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 19, 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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i, .' Rabies Threat Approaches Bradford Clothing Industry

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t. 'v.3 I The threat of rabies, spread by foxes, hung over Bradford Radio Starke, have applied to the

, and adjacent counties this week. Federal Communications Commis- \ Starke Council Sees Sun Wear Plant

j The threat hangs heaviest in Union County, where a man sion for permission to operate a

1 and wife were attacked by a rabid fox. But trapping programs 250 watt radio station in Starke. 'i!I As Boon To Economy

,, i were !inaugurated in both Union and Alachua. A 250 watt station would cover '
t _.*. k ,. I 'I The Starke City Council Tuesday night sought to entice
health about seven mile radius.Under
j Ur. A. X.: OVUlglUIl, U -I a
another clothing manufacturer to Bradford
County by offering
ficer for Bradford, Clay I the proposal submitted to
.' Union, said he feared there arej I Rabies WarningAnyone I the FCC, the chief owner of the a 99-year lease on city-owned property suitable for a

'. |other rabid animals which could j I bitten by ant)1)t' of station would be James D. Sinyardof plant site.

cross county lines i i iI animal should immediately report Wellston, Ohio, owner of WKOV The Council's action gave a big boost to plans of Florida

I It is the first time rabid foxes ]: the incident to the Brad- i,at Wellston and part owner of r Sun Wear Inc., which is interested in moving to Starke and

have been reported in tb.3 area for |I ford County Health Clinic. WSTM of St. Augustine. I employing 50 persons at the outset

10 years. j I The Health Clinic issued that I William M. Harding, news director ..1 Action by the Council came at I ________ ______ _
CCa+F The trapping started in Alachua warning this week because of of WATH in Athens, Ohio,.1 I the request of Chamber of Commerce in Tampa.
last week, and seven foxes were |I President Jerry Gay, who
would own 25 per cent. The
1 the rabies outbreak in counties I Correspondence between Leslie
caught in a natter of days. Trap-! 25 per cent would bin e1 for the first time revealed that
adjacent to Bradford. I mining{ and Chamber officials has been
ping began this week in Union. 'f Florida Sun Wear will finance its
Health officials warned that the hands of J. C. Leushell of t spasmodic ever since. On March

Fox Attacks 1 any bIte, whether from such St. Augustine, a construction en, own $50,000 structure insteadof 5, Leslie made a tour of Starke.
of I
The Union County roundup local
requirin subscription.
wild animals as coons and foxes gineer. Seasonal Labor
wild foxes came after a fox at I I The FCC will have to Gay also revealed Florida Sun
approve ,
or from domesticated cats and I plant, now located in Miami
tacked a negro couple, DeWitt Wear would like to start
the new station before it goes or 11 production -
dogs, is potentially dangerous. r is plagued by the seasonal natureof
and Mattie Hathcock, at their home in Starke before 1.
I January
the air. Starke already has;
Health Clinic officials can be I labor in South Florida He
near Raifcrd. Hathcock drove the studios of station WDVH. whit Off Tax Books j I
reached at night through has been seeking a better labor environment -
Grinning broadly during one of Starke's historic stationed :n Kie Postoffice's Inside office, now animal off with a piece of pipe and I Sheriff P. D. Reddish or the has another studio and its broad- Council openly recognized that

moments, postal employes Henry T. Godwin the-yare' city carriers who deliver mail to 2,500 killed it. but only after the fox Highway PatrolBrooker casting facilities in Gainesville. location of the plant on city prop- Three weeks ago, Starke

(left) and Theodore Young set out for the city'sfirst residents by foot. Also added has been a motorized II had bitten the couple and two dogs. Radio Starke seeks permissior 1 erty will keep the industry off the Chamber directors discussed the

home mail delivery Tuesday. Formerly route to service other city areas. Bradford County Sanitarian to broadcast on 800 kilocycles dur. real estate tax books. possibility of building a plant for

Jack Trawick rushed the fox to ing daylight hours only. The firm'spostoffice I I But, members pointed out neith- Sun Wear, either by local sub-
I Jacksonville, where it was determined GradersTo
address is given as 2J jjer city nor county is collecting scription or private financing. But

? I the animal was rabid Register Aug. 25 Montrose Avenue, Athens, Ohio. taxes on the vacant land at the they agreed it would be best if

,4. r' Hathcock and his wife are taking I Its application estimates a construction present. And after the plant is Leslie put up an advance payment -
antirabies treatment, and the j First for the Brooker. installed. an of the
graders cost of $9,500, a first t(j equipment and of $10,000 on the building'slease.
.f' two dogs were killed. school will register beginning at: year operational cost of $24,000and stock will be taxable as personal .

j ': In a concentrated effort to cor- 10 a.m. Thursday, August 25, according a first year revenue of $30,000" property. Gay said Tuesday that when
ner and banish the menace while to Principal John Burr. Some speculation is that I
4 Biggest factor in the Council's Leslie learned of the $10,000 adVance
-- I I still confined to the Raiford vicinity Burr said the new registrantsmust r plans to increase the power o:f decision was that the industry he commented, "If you want

.". f authorities rounded up and present proof of birth in the WKOV in Wellston and seeks t4<) would give Bradford County's me to put up that much Til

? ., I Inoculated 112 dogs within a form of a certificate, family Bible,,. transfer the present Wellston 25(0 economy another shot in the arm. I finance the building myself."

i Y i three mile area of the Hathcock insurance or other means watt broadcasting unit to Starke. I The Council action comes as Needs Tax Help

ncident. f, Youngsters must be six yean There also are indications tha t i a climax to events which starteds I But, said Gay. Leslie asked help

AstonishingResults old the $30,000 estimate of first year',] two years ago, when Florida Sunf in alleviating city and county taxes
before January 1 to be eligibUfor
Trawick said the Raiford drive I
: revenue is unrealistic in view o Wear president S. H. Leslie be- during the life of the mortgage
{ .. yielded astonishing results, since school. the fact that Starke has one radii t) I came interested in the Bradford :'' necessary for financing the plant.
S [ : I, he expected to find only 30 or 40 Burr is Brooker's new principal. outlet. ''County exhibit at the State Fair I I'I' (Continued on Page Eight

I j I!aogs.j chain"That's. of rabies the only, commented way to break Tra-a I.!Local Guard Units I

Postmaster G. J. McGrtff Jr.' (left), using a map As part of home mail delivery Starke got five t'wick. "If it's not stopped now, ; Off To Camp

especially prepared, traces the routes to be new mail receptacles. Pictured Is a crew Installing it will spread like wildfire among -

followed by carriers of home malL Listening one of the new boxes on West Madison. wild animals, dogs, cats, cattle Starke's National Guard unit Always Paperwork Hurry And Wait -

Intently is XV. Hansen, postal inspector from Left to right are postal employes W. H. Lyons, and humans." shouldering rifles and duffle bags

Jacksonville who came to see the new service Blake Jackson, Otis Leach (kneeling), and Postmaster The Union County Commission left Saturday for two weeks of --.j

Inaugurated. 3IcGriff. ,authorized the purchase of 12 strenuous training at Ft. McClel-

!dozen traps to snare the foxes. lan Ala. _
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The Florida Game and fresn I Word of the unit comes from 5E

Will Serve 2,500 Patrons Water Fish Commission sent an Warrant Officer Albert L. Cros-

employe to direct the activities, I]by Jr., who said the citizen sol- _

with Trawick assisting. diers are shining brass and riflesin

The animals are snared with preparation for; the Governor's; W'

Home Delivery InauguratedMrs. spring-powered traps a little larg-ij I parade tomorrow (Saturday) k

er than a man's hand. The trap I And, said Crosby, the most
is buried under a light covering of I harried man in the unit is Cpl. +

I and baited with such strong- /James Williams, the ; :
dirt company
A day to go down as a major some 50 city streets. home and office." .
event in the annals of Starke I Much credit goes to the Zon- I('. McGriff also anticipates diffi- smelling material as canned sar- barber, who is trimming the : 4'

history passed quietly, and with- ing Adjustment Committee,.which culty until Starke residents noti- dines. ,troops for the Saturday inspec- 4

out serious incident, Tuesday as ironed out many of the knots. fy their correspondents about the No Fear Of :Man tion and parade.Nellwishers .

the long-awaited home mail de- The committee consisted of Mrs. change in postal addresses. Most 1 i The State Board of Health warn-I' galore were at the

livery became reality.It I Edward Hall, Arch Thomas Sr., I II I of those on city delivery routes ed that rabid foxes lose Starke Armory Saturday nightto

was a simple start, as Post- Cliff Hazen, S. G. Denmark and will be changing from box num- of man and are likely to invade I see the troops off for the an-
I ,nual two-weeks The unit,
Godwin and Theo- John populated areas. training.
men Henry T. ; Torode bers to street numbers.
dore Young stepped off Postoffice "This thing is new," said Mc- "We have proper forms for 1 The Health Board asked dog ) which numbers over 80 men, left ,
steps with bag loads of mail. Griff, "and we're still feeling our ,patrons to use in notifying correspondents owners all over the state to vac- 'by chartered bus but transferred I

With home mail, Starke acquired < II way around. We expect the volume -II about the change in 'cinate their dogs to help stop the I'i(to train at Jacksonville.The '

two foot routes a motor of mail to pick up because of address," said McGriff. "The addresses spread of rabies. j unit, officially the.Head-

route, inauguration of parcel post the new sen-ice. I should be changed as I I Dr. James E. Scatterday, director quarters and Headquarters Com- .
truck service, and five large mail Eut minor hitches remain, he quickly as possible." j I of the Board's Veterinary !1 pany of the Second Battalion 124- L
arrived at Ft. Mc- If
receptacles. added. Some confusion exists be-|I McGriff said he had a problem, Medicine Division, said dogs in I th Infantry,
and immediatelyset
Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. cause residents on home mail unrelated to home mail, involvingthe small towns and suburban areas I Sunday
about house keeping details. Company Commander K. F. Chitty, Starke Pit. Charley Norman, Starke
said the new postal service, serv- routes have not given up their Saratoga Heights area. are not safe because rabid
ing 2,500 patrons, was inaugurated Postoffice boxes. This vicinity is entitled to rural will invade populated areas. foxes I i Almost everyone attends school "Grab Gear "
|daily, brushing on such special- And Prepare To Move Out!
with only minor difficulty. That leaves postal workers in delivery, but residents have been "All foxes coming into I
ities communications,
Home mail climaxes a large a quandary. Does the mail go in slow in putting up rural mail areas should be regarded with I as .
and scouting.The
number of related events which the box or out on the route? boxes. suspicion i since rabies often makes |gence, supply
commander Lt
were aimed to bring the post- Those wishing home delivery McGriff warned that postal them lose their natural sense of !j company 1
R. F. Chitty, said he felt the unit
man to the door. should relinquish their boxes in regulations require the withdrawing caution and fear of man." he said j
although -
had week's training
A number of civic and profes- the Postoffice," said McGriff. of this service unless patrons "While under the compulsion of I a rie
he admitted the men always -
sional groups, including ladies' "We are in dire need of boxes to erect mail boxes. rabies, foxes will often attack their h
ready to leave for camp
I are
organizations, spurred the projecton. serve patrons who are not on city On natural enemy, the dog, and thus to
this rural blocks
route, are but are always just as ready
The City Council went to a delivery. spread the disease. Cattle may !
great deal of trouble, which in- "One way or the other, we have 1,000 through 1,200:: on West Call also be attacked." return home. / 27

volved numbering all businessesand to know where patrons wish their+and 1,500 through 1,000 on Pre-'i I Scatterday said anti-rabies vac- Before returning August
two days on
I the unit will spend
residences and renaming'mail dt"livert"d-in the box or at#vatt Ave. cine is highly effective in prevent- bivouac.

ing the disease in dogs. He said
,I The National Guard unit from
Felix Long, stray dogs should be destroyed. Camp Blanding, numbering around

Two More Council Hopefuls QualifyAs I 100 members, left last Sunday for -

Starke Pioneer'sDaughter ,, Funeral Rites Held :'''two weeks of summer field train- r .

PassesMrs. Candidate Deadline ApproachesTwo For Mrs. Dickerson I,Divi-sion i ,
t!' !I I The unit, which contains men "
Funeral services for Mrs. Hester ,
(from the Starke, Camp Blanding .- 1\
Cornelia Peek Long, a life- more candidates for City quiet Glisson Dickerson, who died ini I .
[and Middleburg area, is CompanyB
long resident of Starke, died n a Council this week joined the political I The only current speculation is Hampton Saturday, were held atj i (Rear) 748th Ordnance Bat- I .-"
Jacksonville hospital last Satur- Hope Baptist Church in Theressa |
entries who already are that the Council race may be 'talion. It is commanded by Capt '- :
day after an extended illness. She beating the bushes for support in joined by S. E. Sparks and Jim Monday afternoon. Rev. Willard'!Joseph H. Johnson. % /

was 76.Funeral. the September 13 election. Ritch. Jones officiated. i ;c'
held |' Company B is capable of provid- .
services were The two new candidates bringto Meanwhile, the names of 39 Burial was in Hope Cemetery, ing direct ordnance field main-

:Monday mom':1g at the First five the number who are seek- voters were removed from the with DeWitt C. Jones Funeralj'i tenance support to rear elements .

Methodist Church, which :Mrs. ing to fill two vacancies on the Starke registration books as the Home in charge of |of the 48th Infantry Division, plus _

Long served as organist for years. 1 \mncil. Deadline fOr candidate City Council met last Monday to Mrs. Dickerson, 82 died at the supplementary support to forward

The Rev Robert D. Sommer of-,.4ualification is next Tuesday noon. revise the books. home of her daughter, Mrs. John units, while also handling Jie ma- I

ficiated, and interment was in the : Joining the political fray this The Council listed 11 voters as R. Elackmon. Besides Mrs. Black-i| jor portion of the supplies for the .

Crosby Lake Cemetery under the week were Herb Thomas, restau- deceased and 23 as moved from mon she is survived by one brother entire 748th Ordnance Battalion. ,
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direction of DeWitt C. Jones ant operator and once unsuccessful the city. R. B. Parrish of Hampton and j

Funeral Home. ,candidate for chief of police. The Council will meet Tuesday, several grandchildren. i j

Mrs. Long was the widow of and Ovid Lewis, operator of a August 23, at 8 p. m. to hear Mrs. Dickerson was born in Clay I|i State Farm Resident .ss

Felix H. Long, who was a brotherof fill-grading business and once unsuccessful jomplaints and restore names County in 1873 and was a memberof I Dies At Son's Home

the late Federal Judge Au- bidder for the Legislature. erroneously stricken. A list of the the Christian Church. She had

gustus V. Long of Gainesville.Born : Both seek Council seats. I'removed names is appearing in made her home with Mrs. Black- Mrs. Mary Jennie Caldwell, a :(

on December 16. 1879. she Others already qualified for I I the Telegraph as a legal adver- mon for several years State Farm resident for the past

was the daughter of the late Col. Council are I. E. Clark, retired :tisement. I II I four years died August 11 at the f Starke Guard Prepares To Pull Out For Alabama

Comer L. and Harriett Patterson railroad construction foreman; I I Despite the elimination of 39 City Officials Hold i home of her son, J. G. Caldwell.at .
Peek. Her father was a lawyer, W. H. (Billy) Noegel, car dealer; voters, Starke will have about j the State: Farm

author and pioneer developer in and Jack R. Smith, manager of a I 1,600 eligible to ballot in the Unofficial Meeting |j Mrs. Caldwell was formerly from Goodbye Goodbye GOODBYE
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Bradford County. He was once local gas and appliance company. September 13 election.Americanism J I Ocala, but she had been making --

mayor of Star e. The five Council candidates are I I Staike city officials Tuesday her home with..her son. She had

:Mrs. Long is survived by one seeking to fill two vacancies on; Speaker f'held what was described as a'"conference" 'II been ill a month.I .

daughter, Mrs. Margaret Carrollof the policy-making board. The top(, to discuss some de-I I Burial was in Oklawaha Bridge
Jacksonville; and five sons. two men in the election will get'Will Address Legion I tails of the city's $740.000 utility'Cemetery last Saturday.

Telfair T. Long of Starke, William the posts. i A Z. Adkins Jr., Gainesville bond program. I I Survivors, besides her son, in- i
N. Long of Gainesville, Comer And no new entries have an- The unscheduled meeting was clude six grandchildren and six
attorney and
son of the late Circuit '
Long of West Palm Beach, Allen nounced for mayor, with the field I Judge Adkins of Starke, will held immediately prior to the great grandchildren. fl

Long of Long Beach, Calif.. and still shared solely with Mayor J. jbe, the main Council's regularly-scheduled I I
I i speaker at next
Richard Long of Clewiston. R. Wainwright and City Council-I Tuesday's meeting Starke Tuesday meeting. Members were)Lawtey First Graders I
of the
(I called to the City Hall Clerk
Also surviving are three sisters, man W. T. (Billy) Jackson. American Legion. Carl Johns. Register Next Week

Mrs. E. K. Ferryman and Mrs J. Even this race is peaceful.< Adkins was recently appointedhead
Johns and Council Chairman Registration for first gradersat
Wainwright and
H Ritch of Starke and Mrs. C. F. Jackson, in the of the Florida Legion's
pursuit of their present official James Lewis said it was an informal Lawtey Junior High School
Sayles of Miami Americanism
and Commission
; eight grand- whichis
children. duties, are completely amiable gathering and no minutes will be held all day Tuesday and
undertaking a
both in and out of positive approachin were kept. Wednesday next week at the
meetings. .
Pallbearers for the services were Without opposition at allasof acquainting citizens with their Lewis said the meeting con- school house in Lawtey. In order'to '
Comer Ferryman S. R. Johns S.L. Wednesday afternoon country instead of emphasison cerned details involving enter the first grade this term' .l
are Communist "witch power ,
: Peek, Darby Peek :Morgan City Clerk Carl Johns and Chief, The meeting will hunts. plant equipment which is to be beginners must be six years of 3iIl: .
Richarde and Hamilton Ritch, all of Police W. E. (Ebb) Thornton. begin at 8 moved to Starke from New Bern age by Jan. 1, 1956, and must i
nephews of Mrs. Long. The political scene is relatively I invited.p. m. All members and guests are X C. bring proof of age (birth certificate B. C. Holtzendorf Sgt. Richard Underhill: Mr. and Mrs.

) on registration day. I Wife Harriett Daughter Patsy Alvin Davisr


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editorial Mrs_. Libhey Cam P bell and .

Farmer's DiaryBy (Keystone Heighls \ 1 i

Sam McGarvey
& '& & '& &AAAAAAAAAAA. . .
A Lesson On Buttering BreadThe b I
the Old Wild West along the Softball I

Republican drum beating is reaching a Buddy Norman highway west of Camp Crystal Lake sends a f A. 1
Lawtey one day this week, when team over every Wednesday night
crescendo these days, as the old staunch
new sle
the State Farm moved a good for a game of softbalL This I
right wingers bring some of their most potent ing
sized herd over to the Camp week's game was between a team
weapons to play in preparation for next years Blanding area. The road was captained by Denton Hook of a i

national elections. blocked from fence to fence with Crystal lake and the Keystone E I

The Republicans are using a secret weapon the critters mostly Brahmas, so team captained by Don Christof- I

that when placed in terms of warfare puts Sam parked the car and let the fer at the City Park. Marilyn r* It

the fifth column in the shade makes antiques of herd go by. Knight, a counselor at the camp, \ 1 t

guided missiles, renders the proposed earth satel- Who ever said a farm is a quiet was umpire.
lite completely obsolete. place to live? Seems ours is just Fish Fry : (

This is a secret weapon that most folks don.t one big noise after another, with Got to talking to Charlie and The Keystone Fire Dept. will *
Dave Shuford about our steer hold a fish fry on Friday night, J
the the
steer bellowing for feed
know exist. It is the newspaper columnist, i
even 26. The success of this af-
Slugger that we. are fattening, August
cows bawling for water, Roscoe
whose works sometimes appear only in one news- the rooster crowing, the cats meowing and instead of keeping his big fair will in a large measure help L.

paper but more often is syndicated nationally. and the dog barking. And fat mouth shut, Sam said the payoff the loan on the new fire of

Big newspapers today are big business, and we then Katrinka the tractor is roaring steer would weigh about 1,000 engine and buy additional equip1
mean big commercially, economically, philosophically and spluttering and the irrigation Ibs. Now we'll really have to ment vitally needed by the de- is

politically. This makes them, of. course pump banging away, our pour the corn to him to keep partment. In addition to the fish I

conservative another word for RepublIcan.The place sounds more like a boiler from looking too bad. fry the Fire Department Committee *

columnists who have not learned this lesson factory than a. farm. will sponsor swimming
races for the children of the community *
abide the big business Alice took a hitch at fence
or who have failed to by The department needs the
Did some work this week on this week. She downa
cut J
have faded into obscurity.
rules-of-the-game about $600 to purchase the needed
They are shadows of the past, living in the shadeof l it the is strawberry almost runner plants, but tree cut it into fence posts equipment, and it is hoped thata a
a hopeless job. The
them in the and
put ground
the willow tree and dreaming of past greatness.But plants are starting to send out strung the barbed wire. She told large turnout for the fish fry J
the fellows who learned the lesson are \2nd will make the affair a big financial -
runners but slow
are at it, Sam about it, as if it was nothingat
soaring to new heights. The key to success like and in the meantime the weedsare all and then as an afterthought success. *

that of other businesses, is to follow the boss. doing fine thank you! The she said: "Oh yes and Masonic she

What is the result? Daily newspapers even ]rains at the end of the week then I cut a snake in two with There is deep consideration *

Southern ramparts are filled with the should help. the ax!" among the Masonic Fraternity
among *
here in Melrose Keystone
chatter of the Republican pitchman's pattir and .
of moving the Melrose
In the middle of the week we Heights
mealy-mouth monstrosities. decided to irrigate the berry And then to prove how versatile Lodge to a new location here in
We have instances in mind. First she is, she took some Master of
some comes ]plants, but before we moved the scup- Keystone. Everett Fox,
Frank R. Kent, syndicated columnist, who gives ]pipes we thought we might as pernong grapes and made some the :Melrose :Masonic Lodge at a
President Eisenhower credit for handling the well give the sweet potato rowsa wonderful jelly. Sam thinks it .is meeting held in Green Cove St.

"McCarthy Menace" so well that "Sen. McCarthy'spolitical ; wetting down. We did, and tasted.one of the best jellies he has ever Springs on August 5 said that the smatter : rlr.rl"i:
then when it rained later decided is being given careful con-
influence has dwindled almost to the | we .'
vanishing point"Pardon to postpone watering the sideration. The new location of the a
berry beds. Looks like we're losing the Big lodge will be in a new buildingto
us. Mr. Kent! It was our understanding Battle Against Fleas on Leo. We be built soon on Lawrence !

that Eisenhower welched on the McCarthydeal The irrigation pump lost its got rid of a lot of them but in a Boulevard. There are about 125 J

and it took Congress to censure McCarthyand prime and so Sam went over in day or; so, they are back with members of the order in and

put the witch-hunting hot-head in the proper the dark and got it going right all their kinfolk. However, we are! around Keystone and the change will

perspective.In again but in so doing got his keeping up with the treatmentsfor i of a meeting place would be wel- to

fact, we recall occasions where Eisenhowertrod hands greasy. In the dark he saw heartworm and we hope that come to the members of Melrose will

the issue so delicately that ,his route can be what appeared to be a clump of we can save Leo from those dog, and Keystone. s
ragweed and thought he'd things. School Notes
graba gone
charted on a needlepoint. Leadership? Bosh! j
handful of it to wipe his hands The new room now under con- j
Mr. Kent's to mind the
tripe brings
mystic. off on. He did. It turned out to 1 struction at the Keystone school
If we can do it, we want to
mutterings of David Lawrence, another high- be [ addition to take
a brier brush, and for the mo- plant lupine this fall in the sedge will be a valuable j are
rated word-slinger with the weighty mission of ment he made, more noise than grass field so that we'll have|! care of the anticipated increase ,
bringing Republicanism to the world.It the pump! some winter grazing for our cows. enrollment of children for the ] -

was.Mr. Lawrence who a few months ago That field needs building up and[ fall term. Miss Gertrude Hauser,
turned our stomachs with long lavish praise of Seems like this was one of lupine should help. principal has announced that j
fascist those bad times, for when starting school will begin on Monday. August j a
Spain we might say, Republicanismhas
The teachers for <
the pump he gave a big yankon 29. reported
been carried to its extreme. The Even the bumblebees have
years j
the starting rope; it broke, and work August 15. Miss Hauser
have mellowed memories of Hitler's fascist tactics, Sam suddenly found himself skidding taken to atomic weapons these hopes the new building will be ,!.
but for gosh sakes not THAT much. along on his ear. days. One of them flew in the i ready for occupancy to hold class- ('
Mr. Lawrence's sickening defense of Sen. Mc- the day
car the other day when Sam was es on opening la
Carthy put the columnist in jeopardy of appearing Getting ready to plant a few driving, and he foolishly paid noL Gets Pension ;

anti-Republican (after the censure vote), and the Irish fall potatoes SO we cut attention to it. It is with considerable pride '

verbal gymnastics he performed were a sight to narrow strip in left field. We're Shortly afterward, he felt and joy that Uncle Isadore. the :\
behold. going to plant all the small size something like a needle stick himin colored veteran of World War I, ,

Object of our most recent is Caleb J. potatoes, and then take some of f the seat of the pants, and the and for many years a trusted em-
peeve the larger ones and cut them up trouble was that the more he ployee of Lindsey Walker, has fi- ,suit
King Sr. of the
Times-Union who often takes up for seed. We have never heard of lifted his bottom up off the seat, nally received his long waited'i

voluminous white space with_ Republican propa- it done in the fall, but we're try- the more it hurt. It "was an up- pension. Through some error on J to ;
ganda. One of his latest was the classic defenseof ing it. setting experience, to say the the part of the government Uncle i of !

former President Herbert Hoover. least! And later, believe it or not, Isadore was not able to receive !!';

Hoover, he indicates, "was unjustly made the Looked like round-up time in he felt quite sick *rom it! the pension to which he was en- :

scapegoat of,the depression that followed the Wall titled.
Street crash in the fall of 1929." Uncle Isadore's white friends in you Pro

And get this: Keystone, where he is a familiar j Bill
SOIL CONSERVATION character, went to bat for him :
"It was only when history began to bring the and through their efforts were said

real causes of the catastrophe to light as of world- N-E-W-S successful in obtaining his pension ( )

wide origin that the blame was lifted from his for him. ('r. ,
& '
shoulders. When people realized that the depression By Bill Haas xU. Blood Bank

grew out of policies which long precededMr. Mrs. Emily Jones -uid her co- 'UGnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
Hoover's tenure in the White House, they saw S. SOIL CONSERVATION workers-Mrs. Elbert Altman,

the injustice they had done this great American." SERVICE-. Mrs. S. E. Kennedy Mrs. Jack

Well now! Can't we ask why ;Ir. Hoover did I Elliott, and Mrs. Charles Smithof
NOTHING about 4t .dr the Keystone Woman's Club-
"policies which long precededMr. .
Hoover's tenure in the White House." What Albert Wilson superintendentof foot up on the tractor wheel and[ wish to thank all those who so r4' c : ,-iS.
did he do, sit on his hands? the fish hatchery of the U. S. pointed to one of the fields and generously donated Blood their Bank.bloodto : --
Fish and Wildlife Service an- the Keystone
In short, we are of the impression that FranklinD. nounced that bluegill will be in said, "We use Sesbania for a Twenty one persons were accepted n.0

Roosevelt bailed out a boat which was steeredon short supply this year. Those people cover crop. We sure can see the and the committee wishes to
the shoal by Mr. Hoover. who are interested in gettingfish results in our crops when we plowin thank all those who came whether ,

Anyway, these are examples of the Republican's to stock their ponds should a good cover crop." they were accepted or not. SSA A /h

repugnant rationalizations that bombard the vot- contact the Soil Conservation Jack Jones, has a place southof Duplicate Bridge !
er from every side. Service. Eluegills will be delivered Lawtey has just returned i The Keystone Duplicate. Bridge C
What we regret i is that the propaganda is con- early in September. Fish will not from the service. Jack is planningto Club is now in full swing for the T a.,. a'w
be supplied unless the ponds have The Club
\ fall and winter season.
put in all his
cealed amidst pasture on of
ramblings "authoritative"columnists 'vat
been treated to dispose of all held its fourth session August 6, ;
land. He is going to Pensa-
who in the main simply are buttering rough fish. The ponds should be cola Bahia, Pangola and use CoastalBermuda. at the Woman's Club. The win-
their own bread. treated before August 31, so they for the evening play were:
Jack says, "I like a ners
will be ready to stock in September change in my food and I know Mrs. B. Aiken and Mrs. Boyd,

City Should Trod With Care : cows do too." Jack is also goingto Mr. and Mrs. John Graham.Kargis, Mrs.The e
and Mrs.
Marklee Starling, a Bradfordsoil use White Clover in his pas Hussey a /s
The (City of Palatka has just issued $270.000 in conservation co-operator used tures.V. Club extends a cordial in invitationto
all Duplicate.
utility revenue bonds. The city will have to pay the District's weed chopper. to cut R. Ferguson used the Dis- Lake Development a

interest rate of 3.34 per cent, which was termeda up tobacco and pepper stalks. trict's cultipacker to pack in Mrs. 'Anna James, Keystone's
Marklee he can get his fieldsin ;
record low.Palatka's says Coastal Bermuda. He cut the Coas- : s.
better shape when he chops Woman realtor reports the sale .
issue is practically identical to the the old crop down before turningthe tal Bermuda in and then rolled of five building lots on the.Bed. -
proposal in Starke. City fathers are floating a ground. the cultipacker over it packing ford Lake during the past week. c Yw

$750.000 issue to be repaid by utility revenue. The the ground good. Bedford Lake is fast becomingone 54 .a .
D. J. Martin whose place is of the most beautiful spots c
will be used for /
money enlarging the power plant, Hugh Ingram used the District'srotocycle
located about three miles north
for residential in
erecting a new water tower, expanding the distri- to mow around the Law- purposes
of Starke put in a request for a County. Mrs. James has moved
bution system, and a number of other needed im tey school house.G. d .
soil and water conservation farm. her office from the Walker House 4
provements.The .
plan. L. Sapp used the District'sfertilizer on Lawrence Blvd. to Cypress
same fiscal agent Pierce, Carrison, Wul- spreader to put out Blvd.
Bill Reddish used the District'scultipacker
bern, Inc., of Jacksonville is representing both to plant Pensacola Ammion Nitrate on his PensacolaBahia Store Opening

Starke and Palatka. One of the partners, George Bahia grass seed. Vernon Reddish pastures. Pat Miller used Huntley Redfearn is now loca-
Carrison. said the bond market is glutted with drove the tractor and aid the the spreader to fertilize his Lted in his new store on Lawrence
municipal bonds. cultipacker worked fine and dida sacola: pasture. He cut the field Blvd. Redfearn is very proud of

"The brokers have all the bonds on the shelves good job of planting the seed. for hay and now he is fertilizing his new location, and he celebra-

they want right now," he said. Bill also planted some Pangola.He it to get more grazing from the ted the opening days by giving
cut the grass from one of his pasture. away door prizes and serving re
This means, of course, that bond houses are
and planted the new freshments. Redfearn is the local
pastures 150
reluctant to This Maurice Edwards Jr. used breakfasts from
buy. isn't the
good news to Starke, now.
field, with the material. This is representative for Western Auto .
mainly because it means a higher interest rate. spreader to fertilize his new Coastal -
the best way to insure a stand of appliances and accessories.
One years interest on $750,000 at four per grass with good fresh planting. Bermuda nursery plot. Maurice Personals

cent is $30,000. At 3.5 per cent it is 26250. material. planted from a which small he plot will of plant Bermuda Mr. and Mrs. Elton Nyles of I Since it takes around 150 eggs to pay for the
We submit that the difference of $3,750 Cleveland Ohio were recent
means a lot to a community the size of Starke.a year cultipacker Roy Clemons to used plant the Pensacola District's i larger areas later in the year. guests of their cousin, Miss Gertrude production costs of each pullet, only high annual

While fiscal agents say otherwise. we find it Bahia. Roy said "Open the seederup. | Burma Melodrama Set Hauser. The Eltons are egg production will make you a profit. ((
making a tour of Florida before
hard to understand why municipal bonds aren't I want to plant at least 20 SECUR IY ,
returning home to Cleveland.Mr. .
attractive to the bond buyer. pounds of seed to the acre. I find i For Showing At ParkA : and Mrs. Freeman Baum- Thousands of poultrymen rely on Security to

For example the interest paid on municipal and the more quicker seed pasture I put out I get.the"better story of the elephant countryof garden and children of Valdosta, I'I help them make more money. Security Egg Mashis
bonds is free of federal income taxation. For this Ga., were recent guests of Mr. O
reason, a municipal bond paying three per cent a George Andrews Those farmis and menace under a murder and Mrs. Chester Moody on built to help you produce a steady flow of

. year generally i is' much more prized than some located at Long Bridge used 1 unfolds the Park tropic! sun, Brooklyn Lake. Mr. and Mrs. large Grade A eggs and maintain good conditionan ,
other security paying four or even five per cent. the District's rotocycle mower to on TheatreScreen Dennis Burroughs and their EGG .
extra of
in to margin nutrients to help you produce
"Escape Burma granddaughter, Donna Miller of
So J. B. Whitealso ,
we venture the horseback opinion that the i mow his pastures.
\ which opens opens Sunday for a Bridgeton. N. J., are guest of MASH
[ used the District's rotocycle extra eggs.
City of Starke is getting gypped if it comes any- three-day run. Mr. and Mrs. Moody.

where near paying four percent interest. mower. Stars Barbara Mrs. Goodson 1) \
r.aun .- ..".U' ""JOIJ"i.YmtJiRL """ ,.,,,",..ft'IIII'IIIIiII'JlI' !' : ,...""' ,........." 1J'"IWIIo, .111."r., "'i Soil and water conservationfarm Robert Ryan are and David Stanwyck Farrar., sor of nurses Alice. at the Chattahoo-, supervi- So why not get on the Security Program? You'll

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. plans were prepared for The romantic adventure centers chee State Hospital, was a recent e OUg. rlitL5 be glad you did so 150 eggs from now. -- ."
1879 Raleigh Conner Leon Norman upon an attractive woman famed guest of her sister, Mrs. Harold .."8 "M SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville, Fla.
E. L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITORFLORIDA'S Harold Norman, and Jack Jones. for her skill with elephants and, Ridaught. Cathy Ridaught, a 1700 W. Church St, Jacksonville, Fla.
Raleigh remarked that he. is getting niece of Mrs. and Mrs.
content with her life on a teak Goodson WE DELIVER TQ YOLK FARM
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS. good results with Gaint forest plantation. Ridaught returned with Mrs. "

PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY Striatia Crotalaria. He plantedthe I Her life is interrupted by the Goodson for a two week visit with
crotalaria at the last cultivation intrusion of a handsome strangerwho. her in Chattahoochee. For pul refs v/tfh kiIwe"000fl000o000nnri.
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. of his corn and some of it: it turns out, is a fugitive. Miss Kay Charles of Miami is a

SUBSCRIPTION RATES is waist high in the corn rows. From this point, the melodramas..irtly a guest of her cousin, Miss Agnes
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.73 In preparing the farm plan for turns to action in junglesettings. ; Watson of Keystone Heights.
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERrD AS SECOND CLASS i Leon Norman, I was discussingthe Mrs. L. R. Mooney and son of
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE. AI STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER 1 different types of soils with i The film is in Superscope and Pine Terrace. Ala., are guests of .
_lfi"JF: :"'1r'II!! IItOjIlf' r maraca!: Rr+raen! "!a! orn I'T'f>",,",, Buddy Norman. Buddy put his i Technicolor. Mrs. Bronson Sellers on Lake


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Florida I unto affixed thisu the 2nd. day of by required to appear on the 24th
. VTYYYYVYYYYYTYTYTYTTYYT1BAYLESS Herman Thomas and family last Outstanding Crop Of Pea Vine Hay Cures In Stacks and file the original In the officeof ,(August, A. P., 1955. I day of August 1855, at :,"'
L the Clerk of the Circuit Court on (OFFICIAL: SEAL) o'clock A. M. before the Ciiv "
\week. or before the J, II. Wainwright. :Mayor Court of Bradford County, Flora.+
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edmondson .<.;,i>t.x 5 day of September 1955; ATTEST: Carl Johns City Clerk at the Court House in Starke, Fic'-
HIM% Miami visited -.r $ otherwise the allegations of said 85t 9,9 ida, and show cause why the pra'v
and family of ,
1. a Complaint will be taken as contest er of the Petition filed in the
the R. R. Crosby's over the week < i ed by you. la The Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial entitled proceeding should n, ; r:<
By Anna Ruth Crosby This notice ehall be publishedonce Circuit of Florida la And ,granted and the bonds tie.-r..n d,
end.Mr. each week for four consecutive For Bradford County scribed and the proceedings atr:hi.ixing .
, and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY la Chaarery. the issuance thereof, \.!'bda'
I: LAAAAAAAAAALAAALAAAAAAA i Raiford and Mr. and TELEGRAPH. CITY OF ::bTAKKE a :Municipalityin ed and confirmed said bond. <.'i n
I family of Dated this 3 day of August. 1955. the County of Bradford, Stateof sibling of :Seven::: Hundred Fift
Mrs. Jack Ward and family Mrs. E. T. Kirby and children of (OFFICIAL ofLthehCircuit Court Florida, Petitioner, Thousand Dollars (375+",\OO.OO
of Ft. Myers were visiting with Jacksonville were dinner guestsof Clerk is. Utility Revenue and Refunding
By Marian I* Crosby. Deputy Clerk Bonds, dated August 1. 1:55. maturing
tHe W. c. Wards last week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby on 8/5 4t 8/2 STATE OF FLORIDA and the Tax- I serially on August 1st i
Mrs. payers Property Owners and Citizens -!each of 1956 bot.inclusive .
Agnes Wainwright of the years to l9.
Sunday.Mr. of the CITY OF STARKE. including I
OTICE APPEAR bearing interest, i>ayahl
visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Crews en la Circuit C ort. Bradford ConBtjFlorldai : Non-Residents owning I semi-annually at such rate ,ts sha>
property or subject to taxation be determined the sale thereof -
IB Chancery.Pearl upon
tertained Saturday night with a therein. Respondents.
I _. Lunet Terry Benson. Plaintiff not in excess of four per centum
r- birthday party in the honor of -' .;1-- vs. Alvin Benson, DefendantCase the ORDER TO of SHOW CACSETo (4%) per annum a more particulai

Miss Anna Ruth Crosby on her A hundred or more stacks of pea vine hay are ing. This particular field was grown by B. T. Notice To AppearTo No. 10-1106 State State Attorney Florida: for the throughthe Eighth description tained in the of said Petition bonds filed being in con-thu

16th The 50 D. L. Thomas and L. II. Outlawho Judicial Circuit of aid State the
., anniversary. guests drying on five acres of land five miles south of Thomas : Alvin Benson, whose resIdenceand keteral Property Ow.cr Tat- proceedings.DONE .
enjoyed outdoor games and re- U. S. SOI. The hay comes from have another 10 acres of vines ready for harvesting address is: Unknown: payer ntiaea and Other HaIBK \- AND ORDERED at Starke
\ e Starke on Florida, this the 3rd of ,
{ freshments. You are hereby notified that a or ClalBtiag any right title or day Aug
t Vl// waist high pea vines described by County Agent across the road. They credit the outstanding suit for interest IB Property to he affected 1955.

1 Those on the sick list are Mrs. the best he had ever seen. vines to heavy applications of chicken fertilizer Divorce by the Ukaaace by the Cityof II| (Signed) Geo. L. ratten
t t'I ICE C. C. Crosby, Mrs. A. C. Ellis George llnggins as has been filed against you In the !Starke, Florida, of Bonds I Judge of the Circuit C( :urt of
I Pea. vine hay is relatively rare in Bradford about a ton to the acre. The hay will be usedto above named Court and cause and hereinafter more particularly described II the Eighth Judicial Circuit ot
and Floyd Crosby. We hope they you are required to serve a copy of or to be affected in any Florida in and for r.dt'urd
II CREAM are well soon.Vacation County, mainly because of the difficulty of cur- feed their own cattle. your answer or pleading to the nay therebytYou I County.
I complaint on the PlaintlWsAttorney and each of you are here- 8 5 3t 8 lit
Bible School closed T. David Burns. 3'SI )
a last Friday with a commencementnight. ..........n".Tnn.nn..j Martin-Lewis Comedy Team At FloridaDean I Guaranty Life Funding, Jackson- *TTTTTTTtMTTTTTVTrTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTEXPERT
ville, Florida *
Betty Ann McCulloch left land' file the original in the office
HEILBRONNBy Clerk of the Circuit Court on
'Saturday morning for Sardis Bap-
lor before the
9 tist Church at Worthington | 29 day of August, 1955;
j jWe

Springs another:, Bible where school.she will conduct Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. 3 a Complaint fessed otherwise by y-ou.will the allegations be taken as of con-said i I WATCH% REPAIRINGPerfect

+ Miss Mary Alyce Crosby of y This notice shall be publishedonce E
Put It In Running Order It Must Be 3
Jacksonville the weekend u. .,,, 7 P each week for four consecutive -
spent Rev. S. F. Beard brought both P I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Clean To Be Accurate When It Goes On A Rampage ...
here with her family the Floyd and at I I graph.
t the Ice Cream of Crosbys. Miss Crosby went to morning evening messages He Dated this 27 day of July, 1955. See US 2
the Baptist Church Sunday. < (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Barby E
work at the Prudential Life In-
will assume duties as pastor of i des Clerk of the Court
1 ,
surance Company last week. iBy I Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
the church sometime after Sep- 7/29 4t 8/19 E
Ladies and Gents Nationally Advertised
We miss all the National Guard
P/rI tember 5. Rev. W. B. McCrary of 4
boys who left Saturday night for will in _tugu..t 3. in..3NOTICK 4
Keystone Heights preside
'h J Alabama on a two weeks train- his absence. 1s 1. J. R. Wainwright Mayor of WATCHESWILLIAM'S 1

ing camp. Helen, Florence, and Starke, Florida by virtue of the I
:Mrs. Eva Harrell of Brooker authority vested in me by law do 4
QUBJJFOR Carolyn Crosby went to Jackson-
I, be heM l
attended church services here hereby call an election to
ville to see their husbands off. io at the Fire Station in the aforesaid JEWELRY 3
:Mrs. E. E. Norman has bc'!n Sunday.Bill town by the qualified voters on
Green is confined to a Tuesday, September 13, 1955 for the 4
sick, and her children have
visit purpose of electing the following
ed her. hospital in Tampa. officers: 151 W. Call St. Phone 375

Linda Norman returned home OXE MAYOR FOR TWO YEARS Starke, Fla.
Church services Sunday School TREASURERTAX
last week from few
Monday of a
time BTU and prayer meeting same days visit with her brother and ASSESSOR FOR TWO AXD YEARS TAX COLLECTOR .................... ...................

as usual. Young peoples sister in-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. Le- OXE CHIEF OF POLICE FOP .. .
-- -
meeting Saturday night at 8. TWO YEARS ,I K,- .:.. .. : .' "? = _:
-- --
-- -
! Roy Norman at Camp Blanding.Mrs. TWO ALDERMEN FOP. TWO

F : Delores Carmichael and YEARS
Inspectors of said election:
daughter, Sandra, spent a few T C. HazenT. APPROVED ENGINEERED
days in North Carolina recently T. Long
A. L. Crosby Jr.
ENJOYMENT! while Shieltz.visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ted I' S.Ruth G. Denmark BroadwayIn FACTORY FACTORY

testimony whereof, I hereunto
Norman is home
Mrs. Harold
Martin and Jerry Lewis perform a spectacular musical sequence subscribe my name and cause the SERVICE PARTS
from the hospital and is doing seal of the said town to be here- .
in the comedy "Vou're Never Too Young." the latest of their films.

i I Sa Congratulations to Betty and The comedy opens Sunday for a three-day run at the Florida Theatre. -_,-___.. 0__-_, ',_ '_- _' _- u __. .

Ralph Saunders. It's a boy. + Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp have Wash Your Clothes

su, moved to Camp Blanding.Mrs. Pine Seedling Orders Church At Heilbronn, Wrecker Service

T. N. Norman and son, Must Be Placed Soon, Subject Of Disputes, 9 Founds
Gerald are spending this week in
.) Qe Q Jacksonville while visiting rela Says Forest Service Receives New PastorRev. For 40c! i BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
f. AND

tives.Mr. of i Orders from landowners for S. F. Beard, former pas BRAKE GENERATOR
and Mrs. J. L. Gillyard FREE Bleach If Desired! TUBES
Orange City are visiting relativesin slash pine seedlings must be received tor of the Brooker Baptist Church LINING BATTERIES
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON has been, called as pastor of the< SALES
Heilbronn. by the first of September I
about this Miss Wanda Norman is spending Heilbronn Baptist Church and I REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICALBODY
question .1
Everybody loves ice cream. to be approved for shipment, Man will assume his duties there 01
a few days with her sister- SERVICE SERVICE
Quality wise folks love I agement Chief R. A. Bonning- September 5. We Will
in-law, Mrs. Kenneth Norman, in
Superior. It's real ice cream When I realize that my farm Starke while Mr. Norman is in hausen of the Florida Forest Serv Rev. Beard preached at Heil

-the best in town! Next machinery can be damaged by Alabama with the National Guard. ice reported this week. bronn last Sunday and returned I Dry Your Clothes Complete Lubrication Service

time, enjoy Superior quality fire, lightning windstorm, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of Bonninghausen said that ordersare i to Chicago, where he has been ye.

-for better food, better theft overturn in operationand Starke were visiting in Heilbronn expected to exceed the 50 siding since leaving Brooker several For 20c DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS

fan. 'Sold at local stores. vehicle damage it's no Wednesday.Mr. million seedlings being grown this 1 I months ago. After settling In New Automatic Driers! Used Cars and Trucks

Served in finest homes! wonder I pay so many ma- and Mrs. H. M. :McRae and year in the two State nurseries at his affairs there, he will return Reconditioned

\ 1 bills. Does Mrs. Vesta Myrick and children Munson and Olustee.He to begin his pastoral duties at t We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
your spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.T. Heilbronn. He and :Mrs. Beard wil] .
I said approval by the. Boardof
Conn agency have farm machinery N. Norman. reside in the Russell Carter house,

Cops insurance to cover all such Mrs. Donald Conner, Miss Nan- Forestry of plans for a new rented for them by the church. HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

Pint losses? cy Conner and Mr. Orr were sup nursery to be located near Chief-I The calling of the new pasto I

Family per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon land will go a long way toward I apparently settles a dispute ove The Washeteria Phone 69

,i4 Gals.e Sapp Thursday night. making more slash pine seedlings' pastors that resulted in a split oj f 600 Temple Ave. | f1|
E. Johns
Charley :Mr. Jimmie Chasteen showedan available to landowners next year. the: congregation. The former pastor .

interesting film on raising hogsat The new nursery will be designedto Rev. Milton Dukes, and about Temple Are. Stark.e YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER

the home of Eldon Sapp Thurs- produce 25 million seedlingsper 25 followers, left the Heilbron

__ __. _
& Son Church and are now planning th e -0. '.
night. .
day year. -
Agency .... /' I _, _ __, __ .__ _. _u '. ..-- ----..",'
church at th -- -- -- - r = -
Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman Landowners should place their erection of a new e .

were business visitors to Lawteyon orders for this year's seedlingswith "crossroads"' near the State Fan -
Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
Thursday. the district Florida Forest entrance. At the present tim" .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi :Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Norman Service office nearest them. Of Rev. Dukes is preaching in a ten t.1 i f$[, l ? ,

and daughter, Linda, Mr. and Mrs.J. fices are located at Panama City, at this location. m

L. Gillyard, :Mr. and Mrs. An- Tallahassee, Lake City, Ocala, nd I NOTICE TO APPEAR
Norman and children :Mrs. J(
cel Lakeland.A In Circuit Court Bradford County
OF THE Kenneth Norman and T. N. Nor- charge of $4.00 thousandis Florida t IB Chancery
Charlotte Grlffing Plaintiff V s.:
man enjoyed a fish fry at the made for the seedlings, Bonn-\Leonard F. Griffing Defendant. i

home of the Eldon Sapps Monday inghausen added to cover cost of Case Xo. 10-11! NEW I 10 NORGE
Notice To Appear 6e cu0tt
CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS AND I night. production. Seedlings are shippedF. I To: Leonard F. Griffing who
I "Doc" MuHins was in Heilbronn O. B. at state nurseries. residence and address is: Box 35
APPLIANCE COMPANY i Monday night on business. Yaphank Long Island. Xew York
You are hereby notified that
I suit for divorce
1I YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- OXE-FOK-ALL Ball Point Pen, has been filed against you In tt ae :

:I I OFFERS YOU A PRESEASON brook purse-size fountain pens In Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Brad-, above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy an C]! WITH AUTOMATIC JET-DEFROST

II pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad ford County Telegraph. our answer or pleading to tt
II I t-mplamt on the Plaintiff's' Attorne y
I SCOOP1 ford County Telegraph. T. Frank Landrum, Starke,

I!i 11f'! NOTICE e for less than other

BEAUTIFUL NEW 1955 Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands will be
I sold at public auction on Monday the 22nd day of August 1955, at City 8 cu. ft. BRANDS
Hall Lawtey. County of Bradford. State of Florida to pay the amount I
t 1 due for taxes herein set opposite to the name together with all costs t. . \ .
I of such sale and advertising. \

:1 1t .e. .
MIIi Agl1ef

1I Description Ownrr Taxes: 2 YOU
W 75 ft of Lots 5 and 6 Elk 4 J. E. Wall $2059
,I Lots 7 and 8 Elk 6-% Blk :2 P. B. Thomas 13.50
I Blk 15 Except Lot 1 ,,;. F. Moore 7.50 SON
You save real and Lots 7 and S Dlk 18 :I'auline Torode 4.50
i I money N'i of Lot 1 and Lots !, 7 and
K. gain real coo king conven 8 of Blk 22 L. P. Rafuse 3.50 t SAVE
,I ience on this bargain y NJt of Blk 25 Eva Grant Est. 450 "o I
I I priced MAGIC CHEF! s H of Blk 25 Geo. F. Young E. t. 1 450
One Lot 23 Ft. X and S by 100 v t'
J> Come in and let us show ft. E and W on W. side of 0
I you the worth more features -* State Road J. L Waters 16.50 Q&.ar THIS QUALITY 1955

I which make MAGICCIiEftoday's Comm. at a point 20 ft. X. of
Cor. of State St. and Lake "Six dollars for boat, motor, and
,I finest ranee! Ave. and on ,V'. side of State r NORGEREGRI6ERA7QR
t W. run X. 20 ft. W 70 ft. X. bait we could hare had fillet t
I RED WHEEL OVEN- 23 ft. W. 30 ft. X. 20 ft. E. of mermaids
> HEAT REGULATOR 79 ft. to F.O.B. Alfonzo Griffis 23.00
If Pop really wants t
t OVEN WINDOW 1Y To be a sportlIe.U with large 55 Ib.Freezer Compartment
OVEN LIGHT E. 15 ft. of Lot 6 and E 54 ft.
steer his
of Lot 7 S. :M. Frown 3.eO crew I
MAGIC LITE W. WI ft of Lot 7 J. S. Eunice. Sr. 15.50 Into our port.
I COOL PILOT Lot 9 Sadie Crawford 1.50 I 1
I __' W4 of Lot 10 A Joyce Bennett Browa 2.50 95
FULLY AUTOMATIC LIGHTING / \ Lot 12 Lizzie McGuire Est 4.50

I ,* LUMILINE BACK PANEL SSi; of Lot 15; 62.73' x 65' Joyce Walker i 2.50 GUIDON GRILLGeorge
I A WORK LIGHT ,I E and AV 60 ft. x X and S 135 S 2 2 9

I HANDY SWING-OUT BROILER ft. Lot 12 Mamie: Brown .. 2.00
FREE 1 Lot 100 ft. square In XE Cor. Owner Modsi JS 1033
I ONE-HOUR MANUAL TIMER Lot 15 C. C. Anderson 3.90) ,
I Lot 1 of Blk 16 I
MAGIC CHEF UNI BURNER Installation S/D Lucille Kittles 2.50 Starke, Fla.
( Lot 100 ft. E and W by 274 ft.
I Lot 17 ex. S 137 ft. Bertha Florence 3.50
I One Lot 126 f t E zrfd W by 100 'W''<'--'.,"-' .. :''' ,
LOW AS ft. X and S in SE Cor. of Lot I '
just can't buy a better .
1'1 Bill Jenkins Est. z 4.00 FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I .
I I than MAGIC CHEF! 8.63 c/o Eula Bell Smith I "
,tl Lot 100 x 364 ft. in Lot 17 David Mack "i: 3.501C NORGE EfGHGl
60 ft of 94 -
X. ft. of E 120
ONLY19950Less ft. of Lot 18 J. H. Seymour 6.00 JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE I
60 ft. E and W x 102 ft X andS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Elk. IS ElizalcClenton 3.00 00
Lot IS :M. L. Crews 2.50 '
Your Trade In 40.00 WASHER RANGE
Lot 23A except N. 100 ft. Arthur Lee 4.50SCO Made only by General I ".
VU of X. 335 ft. of Lot 30
with lxclJ1" with txtlnht
Lot 2) J. H. MooreBenjamin Motors Corp. All other -
159.50 Lot 50 x 50 feet West of Road Finn 3.50 -
Electric Refrigerators art TIME-LINE HI-SPEED
.. S 165 ft. of Lot 32 Allen Scott 2.50 """

1 Acre West Rd. on S. side made by other companiesand CONTROL SURFACE UNITS
I of Lot 35 J. J. Smith -', 3.00 the word I
1 Ac. in SE Cor of Lot 35 and 36 cannot use
ex. Parcel sold to Clifford Frigidaire. p.:l R'IIIIfI Regularly priced

MOIl Women Cook on Ma&ie CheF Lot Kelly 37Lot Alfred Johnson 3.50
Jessie Mae Smith 350

thn on sun other unge I AV Lot 1 42 nand Ac of Lot 1/3 43 of Lot 46 Will Happy Fannie Lee Kittles Stewart. 3.50 1.50 250 Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE "- .MoItt AW..cIO' $23995_ A :::::::::::' $18900j. j!

V Lot 43 and 1/3 of Lot 46 J. W. Robinson 2.50 ? ? Modtl3010 i
Lot 50 and 50 A Mary Kittles 2.50 1 I
Lot 65 Arthur Pearce 3.50CITY THEN SEE

Gay's Home :
Lot 2 Rosa Johnson 2.50 E. H.
1/3 of S 203 ft. of Lot 6, Lot 4
APPLIANCE CO. Personal Property Tax !Sam' Brown 3700
,Yo 60 ft. of X. 110 ft. tf Lot 6 James Waters 2.S9 10
Lot 3 J. E. Wall 2.50

Ethel D. Reddish. Clerk Starke Fla. STARKE !
City of Lawtey, Florida
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I crrsssssrsssrrrss srrrsss srpsss-___ -ti srrsrC Miss Paulk HonoredAt Springs. I I \OTICK OF INTKNTIO> TO II fcKinne '. Mel\in-Removed _
Mrs. REGISTER FICTITIOUS! N 1MB Marr. Mrs Ollie-Dead
Two Bridal Events Smith, Mrs. Nettle j Notice ij. hereby given that the :'Meggs. C. H.-Removed
Carter, grandson Terry and under.-igntrd under the provisions of Mitchell. Rev. Thomas G.-Renu.ved'Mitchell.
Out Of TownMiss Chapter 20.S53, Law- of Florida Act ,' Mrs Barbara-Remo\cd
Staged granddaughter Sharon Mosely at- of 1941 will rt-Kiner with the Clerk lagyarJ Andrew-Dead
of the Circuit Court in and for Brad- J Magyar Margaret-Removed _____
Fay Paulk, whose mar- tended the cow sale in Gainesville ford County State of Florida, upon ,Newman AudreRemoved101d.
Monday. receipt of proof of publication of Cecil F.-Removed _
riage will be an event of September this notice the! fictitious name of ( Judy \V,-Removed _
3, was feted at two lovely par- Lacey Norman, Larry and Carl Florida Realty Co.. of Starke (Not ;i Smith J. E.-Dead _
were in Gainesville Inc.) under which we are engagedin 1Simpson, Ed.-Dead .
ties in Jacksonville last week. Monday on
business at 355 Temple Avenue, I Scott, Wilbur A.-Removed
Gladys Mooty Miss On Tuesday evening, August 9, business.E. Starke, Florida. I Scott. Lillian-Removed -
Phone 35 C. Guy AndrewsV.. B. Sewell. Simpson L. L.-Dead
the girls on the third floor of theY Harvey is in revival serv- A. J. Thomas Sole Owners. Sewell, Cecil L.-Removed

I 4 W. C. A., where Miss Paulk ices at Hope Baptist Church this Dated this 17th day of August, Sibley. John-Removed
Bishp resides while working in Jacksonville week. A.D., 1955. Sapp Mildred Davis-Removed _
8/19 4t 9/9 Sewell, Dean B.-Removed -
Miss Hutchings And Mr. Green Are United: iiIE4 -.' entertained at a surprise Evelyn and Charles Mosely of I Thomas. GeorgeRemot'ed _
: bridal party for the bride-elect at Jacksonville Thomas, Mrs. George W.-Removed
In AfternoonMiss spent the weekend NOTICE I\Vamw right, N. D.. Jr Removed
Candlelight Ceremony Sunday Weds'Joseph 1f the Y. W. C. A. During the eve- here with the Moselys; and Normans -I The City Council met August 15, Young R. F.-Dead
1955. 8:00
at o'clock P.M.. at Starke,
Dorothy Montilyn Hutch-] Mrs. Green, mother of the .; ning games were played and refreshments Florida, to revise the registrationbooks I It S 19 _
served, including of the City of Starke. Florida -
ings daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. R.! groom. chose a dres3 of copen ,I 4. I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crews of and the following names were. !. Circuit t e.rt. Bradford Coast: .
wedding cake. Jacksonville I stricken from the books for i Florida| !. Ckaaeeir. _
R. Hutchings of Starke. became blue silk orIon with which she were visiting Maggie the
the bride of Richard Arlen Green wore a lavender orchid corsage. I As a memento of the occasion, Crews Sunday afternoon.Mrs. reason In session stated.on the The 23rd Council day of will August be- Francis Taylor S. Glynn Glynn., Defendant Plaintiff, vs

eon of Mrs. J. B. Green and the Immediately after the ceremony Andrews f the girls presented Miss Paulk E. Norman of Lawtey visited 1955 at their Call Meeting timeof I Cae No. lO-UU
:: with a baking set. 8:00: o'clock P.M., to hear complaints J Order Of P bHcatlo And Notice Tu
late James B. Green of Eustis in a reception was held at the Hooten ." the Marrs family here Sun- if any, and to restore any I Appears State Of Florida Tot II
an. impressive candlelight ceremony home. The bride's table was I names that have been erroneously Francis S. Glynn. whose residence
I In 4t i Mrs. Homer Skeen and Mrs. day.Little stricken.' and address is: Unknown.
performed Sunday after- overlaid with an heirloom lace t You
!Richard Willis entertained Lillian and Sandy Nor :Barker Frank H.Rt'mo'ed.Colson. I are required to appear onjSept.
noon, August 14, at 4 o'clock in cloth and centered with a beautiful at a man returned home Lemuel-Dead 12, 1955, in the above named _
delightful miscellaneous shower Sunday after ,Dennis, L. F.-Removed* and cause, wherein plaintiff
the home of the bride's grandparents three-tiered wedding cake topped Methodist ." I for Miss Paulk at the home of spending some time here with rel-I Edwards. AV. A,-Removed seeks divorce. _
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hooten, with a miniature bride and : : : i atives. Edwards, Jean "'.Removed I Bradloraounty: Telegraph shall _
in Eustis. Rev. Philip Padgett officiated The cake was balancedon 2; the former in Jacksonville, Thurs- I''Herlong' Mrs. M. B.-Dead publish this Order in next four _
groom. II day evening, August 11 at 8 Mrs. F. 3!. Herndon and Hume, L. AnneRemovedKite ,week-ly Issues.
at the double-ring cere- either side by crystal candelabra Church .. ters daugh-I Perry. Jr.-Removed I Witness mv hand and official teal
mony. holding burning white tapers. o'clock. Mary and Margie, are Long, Cornelia Peek-Dead 1at Starke Florida this August IS. IAs
Lamb. Mrs 1955.
ing a few weeks in Elizabeth-Dead
The wedding took place beforean Silver compotes held dainty mints Attractive arrangements of '.Law Mr>-. Ellen H.-Removed I OFFICIAL.SEAL) Charles A. Darby
improvised altar banked with and nuts. :pink roses were used throughout Recent weddings of Highland Law. Blanchard-R..mo\'t'd Clerk of said Court _____
either .. I the party fOr the affair. residents are those of Helen Har-'I MeComb, Jack F.-Removed I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and flanked on .. rooms
greenery Mrs. P. L. Lane cut the bride's ;- McComb Grace B.-Removed I Hon. Chas R He-- 04-0i GuarajtiI "
side with tall candelabra holding cake and Mrs. A.Y.. Wanland --. I Appropriate games were played dee to Charles Starling of LawteYI McVay Lena -Dead I.Life Building. Jai-k.-"n\lt! >. Fla I
and floor baskets :-" _. ,. I and .nrizes were awarded to the on August 8 and Bell McKinney, Mrs Iva-Removed Attys for Plf t S 11 41 !it jALVAREZ'
white ,. "
tapers presided at the punch table. The :t' '- ;; '." I C.A."t.: ... .c T ___.<___ __ _- I
containing white gladioli and ;:' I winners. "U"'I' VI ilWU: :Y on AUgust -!
punch bowl at a separate table .
. nums. Burning cathedral tapers was set in a nest of greenery interspersed ," !I ..: '} I Miss Paulk was the recipient of 12. Both couples were mar i Men's.Clothing GliI
ried III STORE .
arranged on the mantel cast a with white hibiscus. Eif. many lovely and useful gifts from in Georgia.Mr. Established 1894 J _

soft glow over the setting. Others assisting. serving were > i the 30 guests and the hostesses I and Mrs. G. L. Sapp Of I III

The bride who was given in Mrs. Henry Schneider and Mrs. t'.t( I presented her with a personel Heilbronn visited the Lacey Normans I

marriage by her father chose Warren Hooten. Mrs. Carlton ,gift as a remembrance of the oc Tuesday. I

for her wedding a street length Green kept the bride's book. ." casion.fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYY. Francis Norman is still on the J II

dress of white embossed cotton After a two week honeymoon, A lovely seven o'clock candle- with\ cloths identical to the bride's sick list. She was 95-vears-oM- ---- BE SANITARY WITHHAMILTON'S

with white accessories. She car- Mr. and Mrs. Green will be at light ceremony Wednesday evening table and the garlands of Southern last week. ---I

ried a white Bible topped with home at 1215 East Orange Ave., August 10, in the First Smilax were caught in the .

two frosty white orchids. Her only Eustis. Methodist Church united in mar- ,center by pastel pods of grapesin HIGHLAND ',: .----:.. I __
jewelry were pearls Out-of-town includedMr. riage Miss Nina Richarde Bishop, pink and white interspersedwith
which belonged to her great guets PRE CAST SEPTIC TANKS
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. sprays of pink Pinocchio Mrs. Norman :
grandmother.Mrs. and Mrs. Orie. Wiggins and By Lacy COLONIAL _
Sr. and William
Bishop Joseph chrysanthemums and satin rib-
Donald Neel of Starke attended children, Susan and Gene, and Mr. i
Andrews III, son of Mr. and Mrs. bons. Silver punch bowls centeredthe
the bride as matron of and Mrs. Don Neel, all of Starke; J. W. Andrews Jr. tables. .
honor and only attendant. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hooten and School 9:45 each Sunday -
Officiating at the double ring J.V. Kincaid and Mrs.
Neel was attired in a street length daughter Suzanne, Mr. and Mrs. Pauline Worship Service. 11 a. m. and i
marital service was Rev. R. D. Torode greeted the guestsat
8 each
p. m. Prayer meeting
frock of turquoise silk organza Jack Hooten and children all of the door and a aI
Sommer church pastor. presented
at 8 and
complimented with a pink carnation Clermont; Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren the line nesday p. m. Teachers i 218
receiving of I
Hooten Fan shaped arrangements of composed officers meeting each Sunday at
corsage. and son Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Andrews Jr.
Carlton Green serve.d his brother Henry Schneider and sons, all of white gladioli and pompoms Sr. the bride Mrs. Bishop 7 p. m. J. Eunice, Sunday School
best Orlando against a background of palmsin groom and superintendent E. C. Harvey, pas-
as man. ; Mrs. Ouida Gray and members of the bridal party. The (j)

Mrs. Hutchings chose for herdaughter's daughter Mrs. Mamie Woolfolk the chancel were highlightedby receiving line stood before the tor.Happy
white in cathed- to Mrs. Rich.
lighted tapers birthday
wedding a light blue: and son, Mrs., Henry Rentz and mantel in the
dress of embroidered voile and I daughter, all of Tampa; Mr. and ral candelabra. The family pews fan-shaped, lounge which helda ard Mosely and the little Crews FLOWERSFor

she lavender orchid cor-, Mrs. Dana were marked with white satin arrangement of pink
wore a G. Carlton and son, and girl.Mr.
sage. Warren, of Lakeland.Unusual bows. A program of nuptial mu- gladioli. Flanked Pinocchio chrysanthemums. and MPS. Lacey Norman All Occasions

sic was rendered by Mrs. E. K. on either side and son, Larry, attended a sur-

Professional Women Party-Dinner Ferryman church organist and were burning pink tapers in low prise birthday supper Saturday DISH GARDENS -. ,''i'
holders _
Miss Barbara Lance, vocalist, against a background of In Jacksonville at the home of _

Attend Area MeetingMiss Honors, Miss AlvarezMiss sang "I Love Thee." green foliage. the M. L. Thompsons for Mr. and POTTED PLANTS L- !

Mrs. Junius Smith and Mrs. Mrs. Norman's daughter, Mrs.
The bride who was given in POTTERY _
Della Rosenberg district Sylvia Alvarez bride- Hogan Smith invited
marriage by her father, chose the gueststo Richard Sapp of Green Cove

director and Mrs. Desta Dyal elect, was the inspiration for a Mrs. Mural Gardner as her matronof the refreshment tables. Pre- -. -- Flowers J WiredAnywhere I
district secretary attended the siding at the punch tables were -
delightful "juicer" given Thurs- honor. The bridesmaids were -- ,
state board of direct r's meeting Mrs. H. E. Tucker, Mrs. W. C. I_
day evening, August 11, from 6:30to : Miss Shirley Scott of Tampa,
of the Florida Federation of Powell and Mrs.
Jacqueline -
Mrs. Neff Sebree of Umatilla and IC ,
ness and Professional Women's 7:30 o'clock by Mrs. Randall Moorer and cutting the .bride's .
Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. of Starke,
Clubs in Naples last weekend. Chitty Mrs. John Pierce Miss while little Miss Lee Moorer serv- cake were Mrs. H. C. Brown and FL-: Nona St. Starke Box 1108 Starke, Fla. Phone 415-W _

Entertainment Induced a tour Mrs. Glen Duke. _
Carolyn Edwards and Miss De- ed as flower girl.
of local gardens, swamp buggy lores McKnight at the home of After spending some time with L__ -- L
All of the bridal attendantswore
tours and a boat trip through the their guests Mr. and Mrs. Andrews
Mon. and Tues.
latter on West Madison St. identical of pink full Sun.,
Ten Thousand Islands. gowns I III, left short
on a wedding tripto
Following cocktails, consistingof nylon tulle skirts. A sash of DOUBLE FEATURE
Workshops and the business sessions Sea Island, Ga. The bride traveled I
fruit and vegetable juices, the matching crystalett fell from the
were held in the Naples 25 in a grey suit complimentedwith Escape To BurmaIn WINKLER'SI
Mrs. R.
guests including B. waistline to the floor Their head-
High School auditorium with the red accessories with which Superscope and Technicolor I
Alvarez, mother of the bride-elect, pieces were a profile shell of cord- .
banquet Saturday'evening in the and Mrs. L. N. Pickering, mother' ed velvet trimmed in sweetheartroses she wore a white orchid corsage. With Barbara Stanwick and 4
Beach Club dining room. The couple are at home to their .
of the groom-elect, went out to to match the pink gowns. friends at 407 Robert Ryan FloOr Sample
Washington Ave., .
Barry's Restaurant for dinner. They carried matching fans of .Starke. -AndJupiters -

The hostesses presented Miss pink nylon net with bouquets of DarlingIn
REMINGTON ADDING MA Alvarez with a sterling silver The bride is a graduate of
pink carnations and tube roses
CHINES. Bradford County Tele- .cheese dish and cheese server as Wesleyan College, Macon Ga., Cinemascope and Color .
interspersed with of nylon
_rraoh.. .. ,!a tnempntn. r\t__ th,_.. _N'I'ACM': puffs class of '47 and received hermaster's With Esta Williams and BARGAIN GROUP
------ v vVV' net and narrow satin loops. .
degree at the Universityof Howard Keel
The little flower girl, in a floor I _
0. Florida in 1950. She is now an Plus Cartoon ::
.. NEW
length white tulle gown, carried I instructor at Bradford High w. BRAND

a white fan arrangement of tuberoses School.

THEATRE and carnations with white Mr. Andrews is of I Wed., Thurs.-Aug. 24, 25
tI jftBin A I !. a graduate DOUBLE FEATURE
nylon. net. Yale University, class of '51, andis Hu4iftI'

a.j W. C. Powell served as best presently employed at Andrews TangamyikaIn -

man and groomsmen were Jerome Motor Co., Starke.Business TechnicolorWith

Dedicated To Community SJerviee Johns, John Arthur Torode and Van Ileflin and Ruth Roman :=: ::
"Mbvtei"Aw Better Than Ever" Dr. T. G. Ritch. Women Plan ;= = APPLIANCESBIGGEST
-And- =::::
For her the bride ==
If you find your name concealed in the Flori'da Theatre Ad chose an exquisite gown of imported Full-Week ObservanceOf The Looters ::: RANGE

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for.FREE TICKETS Chantilly lace and nylon Ladies Work RoleMiss RQry Calhoun and Ruth Adams f

tulle over satin. The molded lace Plus Cartoon BARGAIN in STARKE
bodice was accented with a be- Flossie Jennings and Mrs. ,

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE coming bateau decolletege and Elva Stewart were hostesses Mon- ': .. Pushbutton
had sleeves Fri., Sat.-Aug. 26, 27 .' J Automatic
PQNY EXPRESS long tapering endingin day evening at the August meet- '
at the wrists. The of the Business and '-
T With All Star Cast .. lilly points ing Professional $279.95
lace extended into a scalloped tunIc Woman's Club at the homeof Fireman : Regularly

.., -- ., I. effect the full tulle skirt,
., I 1 Jj over Miss Jennings. .
!" ." j which fell to the floor sweepinginto President Mildred Doyle led the Save My ChildWith < .. Our Price Is So p

the wide\ Cathedral train. business session, and District Di- Spike Jones RidiculousWe

The veil Of sheerest bridal illusion rectOr Della Rosenberg and News -And-

was attached to a coronet of Service chairman Desta Dyal reported -
Ai4AND Border City RustlersGuy Can't Print It1' ...
pearls and fell in graceful foldsto briefly on the state boardof I : : :

the finger-tips. The blush veil director's meeting which they :Madison and Andy Dev'jie

was caught to the front of the attended last weekend in Naples. Plus Serial and Cartoon CALL US!

coronet and cascaded below the Plans were laid for local cele- 1'- III,

shoulders. The bride carried a fan bration of National Business JUp Just look what deluxe features at
of Chantilly lace, matching her Women's Week from September this low low price! New automatic -
gown, to which was attached a 25 through October 1. The group time center. New super speed

bouquet of stephanotis, lily of the will attend church on Sunday in calrod. :New giant super oven.
valley and spray orchids with a body and will have a dinner Model I RB65Speedy Your purchase is on the New ralsslMe thrift cooker. s

showers of narrow white satin during the week. A local businesswoman way to your home withinan roomy storage drawers.

ribbons. Tucked into the bouquetwere will be named as "\Vomof Delivery hour.

tiny blush sweetheart roses. an the Week" and will be guestof t

Mrs. Bishop Sr. was attired in honor at the dinner.Entertainment ReductionsFULL
Just Look At These
a becoming aqua crepe and lace was planned for

gown with which she wore a white the district meeting in Gaines- -

orchid corsage. ville on September 18, and following I

The mother of the bridegroom the business session Miss FULL SIZE AUTOMATIC

selected a light blue lace gown\Jennings presented the programon Now
$249.95 . .
complimented with a white or- the state project of the organization HOTPOINT RANGE

chid which is the Industrial
School in Ocala.
Following the wedding, a recep- Delicious refreshments were DE LUXE PUSHBUTTON, Two Oven Regular _
tion held honoring the couple,
was served by the hostesses. $519.95 . *""419.9;)
at the Starke Woman's Club. HOTPOINT RANGE .

1 1 With All Star Cast Forming the decorations were ped- CEMETERY WORKING

Flu "Mother Huba Hubbard" Cartoon and Chapter No. 5 estal baskets of white gladioliand

"Black Arrow" pompoms, and tropical foliageand A working of the Old Santa Fe tell the whole.., town 11 CU. FT. Regular
"You can
palms. Soft salon music was Cemetery will be staged Thurs- recommendthe HOTPOINT FREEZER $389.95 . Now $299
that I, personally
rendered throughout the receptionby day, August 25. Interested per-
Sun. ::\Mon. and Tues. at
air conditioner
D. L. THOMAS Miss Gayle Duke at the piano. sons are requested to help. Lawnmowers YORK

Aug. 21, 22, 23 _ _ The beautifully appointed bride's I are particularly needed. CIHS. C. SIIEP ERn. They'reof 30 Gal.. Table Top HOTPOINT RegularWATER

table was covered with white or- superior construction and $119.95 . Now

!L Wed., Thur. and Fri. gandy over pink satin. Garlandsof Circuit NOTICE Coart.TO Bradford APPEARIB Coootr: economically priced." HEATER $99.95

Papiwt$ iSiL"mm I Southern smilax were caughtat Florldat IB C'all *l7.
JUtt Aug. _'>'i, 25, 26 intervals around the skirt of Robert Harry Campbell. Plaintiff.
I vs. Perniee Ann Campbell, Defendant 10.5 cu. ft. HOTPOINT DELUXE Regular
U. .. ._ the cloth by sprays of pink Pi- Case No. 10-1147
nocchio chrysanthemums and Notice To Appear.To $299.95 . Now
JIIt ... : . : Bernice Ann Campbell whose REFRIGERATOR 523993
I LUND puffs of nylon net and showersof residence and address is: Unknown.
in. pink satin ribbons. Centeringthe You are hereby notified that a
Y Al11E J ,,, ,,4p .OIOTNT table was a four-tiered pale ult Divorcehas for ALL PORCELAIN AUTOMATIC Regular

t MALONE GUNS pink wedding cake decorated with i. been filed against you in the sm93 . Now
orchids and lily-of-the-valley, top. above named Court and cause and HOTPOINT WASHER 199
\ you are required to serve a copy of ,
J iEfrbtofcMTMCOU ped by a replica of the bride's I your answer or pleading to the complaint I
bouquet. At the base of the cake on the Plaintiff's Attorney
H. E. Nichols, 309 uaranty Life
IIJ'COJ1 J AW11CA UAfl' was a wide ruffle of pink nylon Building, Jacksonville Fla.
I net. The cake was flanked on and file tbe original In the office of
1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or % DOWN 24 MONTHS TO PAY
YOUNG \ Plus either side by antique five-branch before the l! day of September. 1955 10
:I'candelabra with burning tapers.In otherwise the allegations of said
#_--' *HMJCUUJft aaiig* I Complaint will be taken aa confessed -
Car'Royal Mountics Sporttoon I front were placed pink nylon by yeu.
Plus "Grand Canjonxope" 'net fans to which were attached I This notice shall be publishedonce

and Latest World News of each week for four consecutive INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Plus 4.sheep Ahoy" Cartoon and I.sprays pink carnations, tube week In the Bradford County
roses and garlands of shattered Tel*graph.
Latefct World News carnations along with showers of rtlted this 16 day of August, 1955.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
narrow satin ribbons. Clerk of the Cireult Court 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, Fla.

-, -. p-- -- --. -. The punch tables were covered I I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 8/19 4 Clerk: :9/9 -



,.. 4 ." ,r" .. .1 ,1 :Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour and I :Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Harris and I .

children spent last week at Vero sons were in Daytona Beach Sun- children returned home Saturday :

Beach. from a ten day visit with Mr.

Mrs. J. M. Snodgrass of Scotts- day.Mr.. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Harris' mother, Mrs. J. E. Harris, AiP's warm weather I iI i
toro, Ala., is visiting her daughter daughter, Margaret Rose, are in Fitzgerald, Ga., and with Mrs.
/ sO Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr., and guests of their nephew and niece, Harris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric -V/

family this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Troutman in Moore in Broxton, Ga. e-- j

IN THE NEWS Mrs. H. L. Starling and son, Atlanta from Thursday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore of Q ,

Leslie of Miami, were Sunday They will attend the graduation Waycross, Ga., were weekend os. / t
afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. exercises Saturday evening at guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Al-
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# "r Riley Wasdin. J Emory University where Kaspar varez and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray- I

Mrs. Janie Avery Carswell is Mrs. W. H. Ford of Cocoa spent I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair Duncan will receive his Bachelorof mond. a "e

still a patient at St. Vincent's the weekend with her sister, Mrs.' and daughter, Evelyn, were in Arts degree. Mrs. Louise Rhodes and son, menu I

Hospital after undergoing a major J. H. Fields.Lt. Daytona Beach Thursday visiting Mrs. Bob Drake and childrenof David and Enos Hayes of Miami :; ,

operation August 9. Cot and Mrs. C. C. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Welby Griffith. Keystone Heights were visitingMr. and Frank Ackerman of Tallahassee -

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller of Aliley and family of Gainesvillewere. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli of Starke and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby were recent guests of Mr. .

Chicago, m, spent the past two Sunday dinner guests of I I and :Mr and :Mrs. Anthony Caruso Jr. Saturday evening. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes at Kings- ,

weeks with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley. of Jacksonville leave Satur- }Ir. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and ley Lake. Major and Mrs. Wilson agIC e
Hayes of Gainesville also
Miller. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. day for a 10 day visit with rela- family spent the past two weeksat the Hayes' guests on Saturday.were v

Mrs. H. E. Tucker returned and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomasare tives in Reynoldsville, Pa., and Fernandina Beach.

Sunday from Savannah Ga., among those attending the Till City, Ind. For a more prosperous Starke CEMETERY WORKING _

where she was called by the seri pro-football game in Jacksonville Mrs. Floyd Green spent the Elect W. T. (Billy) Jackson your

ous illness of her uncle, P. S. this Saturday evening.Mrs. first of the week at Crystal River Mayor. There will be a working at ,

Hutto. She was accompaniedhome M. L. Lawson and daughters visiting her mother, Mrs. S. Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson is vacationing Dyal Cemetery on Friday, Sept. j'

by her cousin, Mrs. H. J. Pamela and Sally, were in L. Stroup, and sister, Mrs. R. in Norfolk, Va., with 2. All interested persons are urgedto Informality is pretty well linked to .
Counihan, and Mr. Counihan of Gainesville shopping Tuesday H. Kennedy.Mr. friends for a month. come and bring tools. summer living ideally,
Savannah, who remained here afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. is visit every homemaker hopes to let up on elaborate menu-making
and Mrs. J.
when D. Doyle and ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. In The County JudK* Court Of j and still not let down on serving
until ,
Wednesday morning appetizing meals! At A&P
Bradford :
and Mrs. Robert Green and Mrs. Fay Gill were in Jacksonville County Florida. I
they left for a visit in West Palm Marion Mr. B. Spencer in Orlando for two In Probate. I Sky you can pick and choose from an array of weather-wise favorites!
daughter, were visitingMr. Saturday visiting and
weeks while Mr. Carter attendsthe INT RE: Estate of Franklin C. Hoi- Whatever
Beach. and Mrs. Robert Cantrell in Mrs. E. T. King. lingsworth. Etc.. Deceased. your needs whichever you choose you'll benefit I

Mr. John Murray visited his Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. Mr and :Mrs. C. S. Bowers of Mr.National and Mrs.Guard Wallace camp. Faulk All NOTICE persons TO having CREDITORS claims or demands e s Sere at AIPi from A&P's famous thrift prices! Your welcome is always

mother, Mrs. Fred Ackerman, and Ned Yancey and children Fort Lauderdale were visiting Mr.. and children and Mr. and Mrs. against the estate of Franklin ] -----,1 assured the budget's well-being guaranteed!
week. He will C. Hollingsworth, also known i i
Mr. Ackerman this as
spent Sunday to Tuesday visitingher and Mrs. Robert Paterson this John Brailey and daughter, Judy,, Frank C. Hollingsworth and as F. '
return to Chicago by plane mother, Mrs. J. P. Stevens, week. of Jacksonville are spending two C. Hollingsworth, deceased are i PERFECT STRIKECHUM
day night. in Sanford and with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. G. Powell hereby notified and required to file t
is visitingher weeks at the Maxie Carter cottage their claims in the office of the ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. J. A. Stevens in Orlando.For sisters, :Misses Louise and on Kingsley Lake. County Judge of Bradford

and Mr. and Mrs. McGriff Jr. a more prosperous Starke Etta Fripp, in Columbia, S. C., For a more prosperous Starke at Florida Starke in Florida the County, within Court' countY'1 SALMON 1-lbCan 39C

attended the General Electric, Elect W. T.*(Billy) Jackson yourMayor. for a few days. Elect W. T. (Billy) Jackson your endar months from the date i
meeting at the new GE Buildingin Beth Jones of Lake City is Mayor. the first publication will of this notice, or j;' '
same become void according
Jacksonville :Monday evening. Guy of Gainesville. visiting her! grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Struth to law. This August 15th. 1955. SULTANA
Mr. and Mrs. C..C. McAlileySr. Jimmy I Mrs. C. H. Quick week. First publication August 19, 1955. 'I
this and
spending Wednesday to ,Sunday I and children of Milton, Mr. James Franklin Hollingsworth
of Chester S. C., and Mr. and with his aunt, Mrs. John Love I. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Steele of Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Mr. and Executor of the Last Will and QuartJar
Mrs. Duro Oberhelman of Gilmore San Antonio, Tex. will be Sun Testament of Franklin C Hol
Wilkes, while his parents, Mr. Mrs. William G. Struth of lingsworth, deceased. I SWEETDRESSING 33C
City, Ia., are guests of Rev. and and Mrs. Fred Guy, are at Vero day guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. sonville were last week guests of 8/19 4t 9/9 I
Mrs. W. S. McAliley. The senior
Beach. S. McAliley. Mrs. W. A. Struth and daughter, II IIt III I LIBBY'S
McAlileys will celebrate their Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields
Mrs. D. E. Knight returned Kate.
50th wedding anniversary August home Wednesday from a week's and son of Jacksonville were visit Mrs. Morris Carter and son, 12-oz

23. vacation at Hendersonville, N. C. ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs.O. Morris Jr., returned home Tues RDENPEAS E S 2 Cons 37C

Mrs. J. H. Fields returned home She was joined there by her son, W. White Sr. and Mrs. J. H. day of last week after spendingten h ,

last week from a three weeks Paul Knight, of New York City. Fields on Sunday.For days with her parents, Mr.

visit with Mr. and Mrs. George J. S. Parler of Orangeburg, S. more courtesies in the Police and Mrs. R. C. Davenport in Bed- V SUNSWEET

Powell in Newton, N. C. C., is spending a few days with Department elect W. T. (Billy) ford, Va. While Mrs. Carter was

Mrs. Mattie Gahagan returned the L. S. Hutto family. Jackson jour Mayor.Mr. home they had a family reunion P RUN E J JUICE Quart Bottle
home Sunday after five weeksvisit Mrs. Nell Crews and daughtersof and Mrs. W. B. Sewell re which was the first time in 25 3C

with relatives in Bluffton,, Orlando were weekend guestsof turned home last Friday after years that the whole family had : j I I,

S. C., and Savannah, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. spending the summer at their been together. Mr. Carter Sr. ,;

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcombof Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Sr summer home at Little Switzer joined his familv in Bedford the I SULTANA BRANDBlackeye ANN PAGE Rich
of Staats- land, N. C. Their daughter, Vir last five days they were there.I I Creamy
Orlando are spending a few and daughter, Patty, Peas
days with their son and daughter- burg, N. Y. have spent the past ginia, spent the last week with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodge had 1-lb can lOc Mayonnaise 8-oz jar 19c

in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. week with the junior Yawn farmThat's them at Little Switzerland.Mrs. as Sunday guests: Mr. and Mrs. IONA BRAND
ly. M. F. Brown attended the Jim Goodge and grandson Donald I ANN PAGE Tender

graduation of her daughter, Flor of Winter Haven, Mr. and Mrs.I Cut Beets 1-lb can 9c Baked Beans

ence, from FSU Saturday evening I J. E. Goodge of Tampa, Mr. and t HE,ELEPHANTS You etE 'IN THE. Ib can, 2 for 25c

Our BusinessIf in Tallahassee where Flor Mrs. Jack Goodge and Mr. and CIRCUS ARE ALL PROM IONA Plain or Self-Rising CABIN HOME

ence received her Bachelor of Mrs. Ralph Goodge and children (OIA-.THE AFRICAN ELEPHANTS Flour
It's Glass We Have Itl! Music Education degree. Miss of Starkfc, Mrs. Etta Dyle and ARE MUCH MORE VICIOUS 25 Ib bag $1.63 Corn Me.al SIb bag 29c
40 ARE
Brown has also accepted the position Mrs. Amanda Smith of Graham, ,.. JIM DANDY
as director of the SneedsHigh Miss Frances Varnes of Forth MORTON'S Frozen

l Joe Peters Glass Co. School band starting Lauderdale, Mf. and| Mrs. L. B. Ladies are you aware that the Grits 5 lb bag 33c Fruit Pies 5 for 99c
the fall term. Mrs. Brown accompanied

Harper and children and Mr. and BULLIXGTOX STUDIO AND
FOR ANY GLASS NEED her daughter to Sneeds Mrs. Willie Harper and children. GIFT SHOP has a complete H

We Design Modern Store Fronts and returned home on Thursday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining re costume jewelry department? _
W. B. Sewell attendedthe turned home Sunday after two I
Just Mail Us A Pattern forTable and
Drop by soon see for
graduation of her daughter weeks vacation at the Black Bear your SUPER-RIGHT" Cooked, Ready-To-Eat
Tops Miss Virginia Sewell at FSU in Inn, West Jefferson, N. C. self. It makes no differenced

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353p.v.v Tallahassee on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles what you're looking for Lb

Miss Sewell received her Masterof as guests from Thursday to Sun- we'll have it and it will be a f SMOKED PICNICS 35C

Music Education degree. day, Mrs. J. Y. Miles and Mr. better buy.
For more courtesies in the Police and Mrs. Seymour Potter and
Department elect W. T. (Billy) daughters of Columbus, Ga. Our Sale "SUPER-RIGHT"
't4d zd J1II't\ Jackson your Mayor.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen All Meat

and Mrs. Benedict Finzer. had as weekend guest, Mrs. Is Still On Lb"SUPERRIGHT"
Jr. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.: i Wayne Douglas of Jacksonvilfe. I SLICED BOLOGNA .

CHECKERBOARD NEWS (t.' Benedict Finzer Sr. of Louisville, Mrs. Bobby Turner of State $1.00 ITEMS: 39C

Ky., leave Saturday for a week's Farm, Mrs. Sam Anderson of I
By Jim Chasteen ':." 1re vacation in Miami and Key West.' Starke. and Mrs. Frances Wads- 59C !

Miss Barbara Lance is in Way- worth of Hampton spent Thursday Half Square Cut WESTERN
BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN i cross, Ga., this week visiting her i
in Bunnell visiting :
nieces, Rita and Nickie Carswell.Mr. I $2.00 ITEMS 1 L'. !
I 10th & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla. Thomas Wadsworth and new baby WHITEMEAT '
and Mrs. A. B. Walker of $1.10 29
Savannah, 'Ga., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kite and i ii .
1 I That's total Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Wednesday iRath's
a of 34,000 pigs. family of West Palm Beach were iI
Huskier pigs at farrowing to Saturday of last week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite iI Beef, Veal or Pork All Good Brand, Sugar Cured

4s stand a better chance of sur- The Lawsons also had, as last last Friday and Saturday. I Choppettes 8-ozpkg 45c
viving the early critical period. Friday evening guests, Mr. and Jimmie Cole has returned from Sliced Bacon 1-lb pkg 47c

At the Research Farm pigs aver- Mrs D. S. Cook and son, Butch, a ten day vacation in Toledo, I STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP I

age between 2 1-2 and 3 Ibs. at of High Springs.Dr. Ohio, Canada and Dearborn, Mich. Capt. John BREADED "Super-Righ"
birth. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt were Gaineswille.] Freshly
Mrs. Bill Baxley
The average hog man weans vacationing at Daytona Beach was Saturday guest of Mrs. Annie I Shrimp 10-oz pkg 49c Ground Beef Ib 39c"SuperRight"

only about 6.47 pigs per litter, I last week. Hollingsworth. I
but 9.15 pigs weaned I Mrs. Allie Driggers and :Mr.: Hartmann and children
l 11 r.. a were pe rand Mrs. Loyree Capt. John
litter at the research farm. It Mrs. O. B. Dukes of Lake and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Country Style

Dunked Dogs takes 5 pigs to break even. Butler were last Thursday guests Hitchings are in Miami this week: Fish Sticks 10-oz pkg 39c Pork Sausage 1-lb pkg 33c
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly.
At Furniture
weaning the average weightper attending the Florida
say, how does your dog feel litter is only 193.2 Ibs. Fur Mrs. Joe Gumber and son, Tom Mart. I'i "THAT CRAZY
returned home last week after
since he was "dunked" In ina Reseach Farm litters weigh amonth's Misses Helen Haines, Linda
just twice that visit with Lt.- and Mrs.George and Patricia Harperare.
solution of Purina Mange Con- 386.09 lbs. Hildebran "
trol last Saturday! Made him i. The average hog man markets Wilson in New Orleans, in Tampa this week attending I TRADER !

feel good all over to rid him of only 11 hogs per sow per year,, La. Mrs. Gumber brought back the Baptist Tampa Bay Assembly I .' JUICY ELBERTA
and the Research with her :Mrs. Mary Castanzo of Junior G. A. Girls. FRESHPEACHES
fleas and ticks didn't It? Farm markets for -you'll say when you see our
Well, for those of you who missed 17 hogs per sow per year. Cleveland, Ohio, for a few days W. G. Haile Jr. and Jack Haile : i.b.a

out this It takes 12 bushels of corn visit.Mr. nffiami will snend the weekendwith I Lb
on free dunking we I --- '--- -
alone to make 100 Mrs. Steve Simmonsand i the senior j 1SC
would like to say that yon don't Ibs. of pork. their parents,
family are this weekat
know what mls'if'le all On the Purina Program 5 bush- spending Hailes.
enjoyed it. you els of corn and 45 lbs. of Pur- the Dr. T. G. Ritch cottage on Janet Hardy is visiting her ( 1 ;;

ina Hog Chow will make 100 Ibs. Kingsley Lake while the Ritch uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.

BORROWED PIGS of pork. YOU SAVE 7 BU. OF family members are staying at R Crews, in Jacksonville this l I Luscious Ripe GOLDEN DeterrentBANANAS -
their home in town.
We are starting our "BORROWED Ask about the Purina Hog Mr. and Mrs. Sam Felos and week.Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodmanand Lb 1OC TREND Giant Pkg. 49c
PIG" demonstrationonce daughter of Jacksonville were Wrisley'sTOILET
Profit Plan for 1955. two daughters visited Ponce |
again. If you have a coup- Monday evening visitors of Dr. SOAP Bag of 8
de Leon Springs on Sunday. t VINE RIPENED Reg. Bars 53c
le of pigs that weigh in the and Mrs. Pete Felos.Important WedInesday For The Laundry
CHECK CAUSEOF Mrs. C. D. Williams spent
neighborhood of 25 pounds that to Saturday of last week ON NEW 1955 CANTALOUPE Each "ALL" DETERGENT
10C 24-oz
you would like for us to keep in ABORTION i in Miami visiting Mr. and Mrs. CashmereBOUQUET Pkg 39c

our store for a few days and If cattle Mrs. Clark brought t : .
abort for any reason, Bill Clark. NORGEHOME
fast really get them started off to a call your veterinarian at once. back Steve and Nancy Clark fora I i. THOMPSON'S SEEDLESS Cashmere 3 Reg. Bars 25e

start with Purina Pig Star- He'll probably send the aborted c week's visit. I I
tena, let us know WHITE GRAPES Lb BOUQUET
come on in 19C 2 Bath
and get in fetus and a blood sample from For more courtesies in the Police APPLIANCES Deodorant .Bars 25c25c
We your name the pot. the cow to a laboratory for ex- Department elect W. T. (Billy)
don't want to miss
on this. you out amination. The veterinarian, i Jackson your Mayor. FRESH TENDERCABBAGE DIAL SOAP 2 Small Bars
with this help can prescribe Mrs. E. S. Beebe and children Deodorant

Group MeetingsWe treatments or a change in herd spent Thursday of last week at a Lb 50 DIAL SOAP 2-Large Bars 35c

management that may prevent Jacksonville Beach visiting rela Royal Hawaiian Chunk

had a good heavy losses. Brucellosis vibrosis MwroniRr0 tives. FIRM TUNA FISH
ery mNtinR'out RIPE
at the home of )Ir. and and leptospirosis cause mostof Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines, Hi-C Enriched 6-oz Can 29c
Mrs. Elton the abortions. New testing Mr. and Mrs. J. D[. Vickers and Each
Sapp last week. We A VOCADOS 1QC
showed the revised film on ".\. methods make it possible to Mrs. E. D. Tenly left Thursdayfor i ORANGE DRINK 46-ozCan 27c
Trip Through A Fig Factory." identify each disease. I Ridgecrest, N. C., to attendI Gerber's StrainedBABY
This the Baptist Sunday School ses CRISP PASCALCELERY
film8.s very educational, I FOOD 3 Jars 29c
especially for the Hog Man that :sion for a week. Milk Fortifier
is not getting the :No. of pIper !s Health Hints AdviceTHESE I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and son, Each 19C BOSCO 12-oz Can
litter that he I Franklin, are vacationing for a 39c
should. Thanks For The.HandsBORAXO
again, Mr. and Mrs. Sapp for let Now's the time to begin :your DAYS you cannot be week in Shelby and Asheville,

ting us come into horn. fight against flies on your farm. sure your are properly insured N. New two-door Customatic Serve Pie 8-oz Can 19c
your C.Mr. Ala Mode Tonight
Every fly killed now represents -and remain so-without the and Mrs. R. R. Thomas Refrigerator-Freezer. i I Facial Tissue
CHECK \'OrRSiELFGAIXST millions of flies later in the year. and daughter, Theresa, were in DAIRYLAND ANGEL SOFT
2 Boxes
advice of
and 400
OUR To assistanceof ((124 lb. freezer section) 43c
PROFIT STANDARD year start now Lake Mr.
on City Sunday visiting I Nabisco Premium
a sound Fly Control Program to a reliable insurance agent. I and Mrs. Reddick Thomas. I t
keep stock comfortable, Thomas Mb Box 25"
happy When Mrs. Mallory is ;
and free from flies. you get insurance South Bend, Ind., for ten days ml l! Only $419.95 : Keebler Town House
We have this agency you buy a I .I CRACKERS
powerful Purina j visiting her son and daughterinlaw 8-oz Pkg 23c
service of I I
DOa Sprays. I protection not I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Thomas. plusKINGSIZE "" Burrep Oatmeal
For Barns policies. Let us check over Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. left Thurs j /: i? COOKIES 9-oz Pkg

(i For Milk Cows I your insurance. No obliga I day for Waynesville, N. C., for a TRADE-IN Jane Parker a' x, 21e
I ""
For Stock Cattle tion. I two weeks vacation.Mr. ,I 11 1/"h- '''' '. Prices in this ad effective through
For Poultry Houses LIMITED TIME ONLY LusciousCHERRY r .s %
and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale i,<( l Saturday.
For Homes I I $<1"'" August 20
More than and Mrs. Lula Mott are on a ; I
3,400 1 .f
been farrowed with litters have Including, the wonderful new."dry" H. C. Wall I week's vacation in the Smoky i iMountains. ..u".1 ..n.m nu
I rman
more than 10 pigs averageof killer you sprinkle on the t! Agency { HOME ,,- _/ g.n unr
litter -
at -
the Purina Research floor. It draws flies and kills j t Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Turner and I I I ,
Farm.' them in just a few minutes. i| Phone: 146 children and I
I 'Sunday at the Jacksonville Zoo. i 8-in. size only
JIM CHASTEEN 200 E. Call Street Miss Dorothy Ross has returned 10 PIE 39C 41WHI4 4 II* *t ll
1 412 Call St.
from a ten day vacation wither Starke Fla.
. Starke Fla. Cor. Court & Madison
family and friends in Home Open until 9 P.M.: Every FridayFRIDAY.
stead. Starke, Fla. i i.!




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TTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfT security is a basic factor; and I'Complaint will be taken as confessed the weeks in the Bradford County weeks In the Bradford County Tele* I IX CHAXCERY Xo. 10-1105 t hereof upon Plaintiff Attorrey,

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED unduly sensitive people were us- This by each you.notice week shall for four be consecutive published Telegraph.Dated this 3 day of August, 1933. rraph.Dated this 3 day of August: 1J55. Margaret Van Dcver.Plaintiff, Daytona Samuel' V.Beach Holch.Florida tt) 'A n Main,t later SU
ually mentally maladjusted.From ) Charles OFFICIAL
weeks in the Bradford County Tele A. Darby ( SEAL Charles A. Daro vs. t nan the 31st day of August, 1955.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY the point of view that graph. Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court Earl Van Dever I f you fail to do so. de Tee pro
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Defendant. onfesso will be entered against you
included the child Dr. McComas I Dated this Z I day of July. 1535. 8/5 4t 8/2 S,5 4t 8,26 Bill
the relief demanded the
By Ozora Johnson, EditorAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl indicated that he too faces in- (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby NOTICE TO DEFEND ,if>f or Complaint. in
I Clerk of the Circuit Court. NOTICE TO NOTICE To: Earl Van Dever, whose address -
ternal and external pressures. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk r, Witness my hand and set if said
IB The Circuit Court 01 Bradford Circuit Court Bradford Coooty, :, and place of residence is unf
ourt this 26 day of Jui 13-5.;
"The home is becoming less important CoBBty, Florida, la Chancery. Florida; IB Chancery. known.
News of this column should be started on Monday at R. J. E. everyday in the life of NOTICE TO APPEAR Matthew L. Bright Plaintiff vs. Doree D. Houchins Plaintiff. AS. i You are hereby notified that a t OFFICIAL SEAL)
IB Circuit Court Bradford Comty Elouise Bright Defendant. Coleman P. Houchins Defendant. Charles A, Darby,
given to the editor by noon on with Rev. Roosevelt Dell in chargeof the child." He added that the I Florida* IB Chancery. Case No. 10-1116 Case No. 10-1129 I :suit against for you divorce in the has above been entitled filed Clek Circuit Court
Monday of each week. If your devotion music by E. E. Min- family solidarity was breaking Margaret Lynch, Plaintiff, vs. Vincent Votlte To AppearsTo Order Of Publication 'Bdotlee I j I 'cause; and you are hereby requIredto Bradford County, Florida

news is of an educational civic, ott. Greetings were extended by down; that "baby-sitting" has be- I F. Lynch, Defendant.Ca;e No. 10.163 : Elouise and address Bright is,: whose 2 St. residence Paul Coleman To Appears P. Honchlns.i Stale 01 Florida hose rest-'lot I I file this your Court Answer and to with serve the a Clerkof By: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

"eocial), religious, or fraternal nature Supervisor Johnson, who in turn come a major component of life. .tI.e To AppearsTo Place Eronx, Xew York dence and address is: 503 X. 8th ] copy : :9 H S/U

there is no charge for publi- asked Principal Thompkins to in- AS much as he regretted to idence: Vincent and address F. Lynch is: whose 1681 York res- You for are divorce hereby, custody notified and that controlof a suit St.You, Hopewell are Virginia |I ------;- -, ._--< --:.. :-::. --. -:'0 ::,:--. ::. -,-;:";:,- ,,,.Ii-< :.::_:;:-: :-,,::::..:: ,..;:..,---:;
cation. We are interested in get- troduce the new teachers. A social make these statements he added Avenue, New York. Xew York. minor childrenhas Sept 5, 1955 required, in the to above appear named on i i
ting yearly subscriptions for this mixer was conducted and May- that the responsibility for the suit You for are divorce hereby notified that a been filed against you In the Court and cause wherein plaIntiff',

paper. You can save $2.20 per belle Estella Roberts was declared child is shifting to the school. has been filed against you In the you above are named required Court to serve and cause a cepy and pf (children seeks divorce and custody* of minor I ; JOHNSON MOTORS

year by subscribing for $3.00 per "the. most outstanding. person in Even teachers are. aware of the you bove are named required Court to seive and cause a copy and Of your answer or pleading to the complaint Bradford County Telegraph shall I
year. Send it directly to the Brad- the group." Each teacher gavea fact that they do not spend as your answer or pleadIng to the com- Kitchen on the& Schwartz Attorney 713 Professional publish this Order in next four

ford County Telegraph, give it brief review of summer experi- much time with their children as plaint Samuel on W.the Getzen Plaintiffs P. O.Attorney Box SI, Florida Building, Jacksonville, weekly Witness issues.my hand and official I I SEE THE COMPLETE LINE AT

to your newspaper carrier or your ences. parents as the teachers in the Gainesville, Florida and file the original in the officeof seal at Starke. Florida, this August j
and file the original in the office of 4, 19ii5.
editor. Greetings and remarks were schools.In the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court OFFICIAL '
on before ( SEAL) diaries A. Darby
New TeachersThe made by Mr. Morgan. Plan "E" Florida today the organize} or before the or the As Clerk of said Court' STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
29 day of August 1955: 5 day of September. 1955; By Marian L. ,
of Deputy Clerk !
Bradford Board for dis- i
County teacher was
movement for mental health is otherwise the allegations of said otherwise the allegations of said Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
Public Instruction recently ap- cussed at length. Mr. Morgan being led by the Mental Health Complaint will be taken as confessed Complaint will be taken as confessed Pldg., Jacksonville, Florida I
Leona Matthews Royal as the fact that all new by you. by you. Attys. for Plf. Sf: 4t S 26 'I PHONES 45 AND 333
pointed pointed up Association. The two mental in- This notice shall be publishedonce This notice shall be publishedonce .:..-.- : I |
teacher in the R. J. E. school. She teachers would have to accept stitutions are located in Arcadiaand each week for four consecutive I each week for four consecutive In The Circuit Court Eighth Jodiclal ,
; -
comes to the county for the first this plan and it was a very good weeks in the Bradford County weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Clr-nit of Florida, In And I .
Chattahoochee. Telegraph. graph. I n, ,.. .-.:.. .- ; :;; :';:.:! : :- ..;;:" [ ; ;
I .. For RraHo.d County, ::/ .- --: : ; : ; : ;: :; ;; :::: : :.: :; -;:.- -;;
time highly qualified in the fieldof with of the features of Dated this 26 day of
:one many Other July 1955. Dated this Z day of August, 1955. --
elementary education. She is plan "D." consultants from Day- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby (OFFICIAL SEAL: Charies A. Darby
tona Beach, State University and Clerk of the Circuit Court J Clerk of the Circuit Court.
a graduate of Florida A and M Any teacher who wishes to Jacksonville made By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
University earning the B. S. and 7/29 4t 8/19 8/5 4t 8/26
change has until January of 1959to
during the week. Movies were VISIT CALL WRITE
Master of Science degree. She has do so. ,shown. NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEARla
taught for a number of years at Care and use of the new cafe- In Circuit Court Bradford CUBat,. Circuit Court Bradford COOT(7,
I During the group discussion in Florida IB Chancery Florida IB Chancery.
Archer in Alachua county torium was encouraged by the Alexander Casey Plaintiff,
the afternoon Dr. McComas set vs. Luzerne S. Frown Plaintiff, vs.
Eddie He further Carlyse Duke Casey Defendant. Anna McKay Brown Defendant.Case t
According Principal county superintendent. INC.P.
up 13 areas for discussion. These Case No. 10-1120 No. 19-1119 MARION FINANCE COMPANY .
Thompkins, she will work in the emphasized the importance of a included discipline dishonesty, Notice To AppearTo Notice To Appears ,
elementary department She is good internal accounting systemand : Carlyse Duke Casey. whose To: Anna McKay brown, whose
inferiority and superiority complexes residence and address is: 715 Mo- residence and
is: Unknown
lay leader at Mt. Moriah Methodist feels that with secretarial fear and shyness, nervous hone Avenue, Norfolk 6, Virginia.You You are hereby notified teat a 0. Box 446 .. GAINESVILLE
Church and has leadership help we can do a better job in our child are hereby notified that a suit for .
thumb-sucking, parent interference lull for
ability of the first quality. We union school this term.A Divorce I Divorce
overly protective par- has been filed against you in the
expect her to do much in the mid-morning break was given ents, meddlesome pupils distorted has been filed against you in the I I above named Court and cause and 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE .
field of guidance with the stud- the teachers by Mr. Morgan. At above named Court and cause and you are required to serve a copy of .
social values, aggressive child you are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the PHONE FR-6-5333 COLLECT
ents of Starke. She was extendeda 11 a. m., Dr. R. W. McComas of and the filibustering child.' your answer or pleading to the com- complaint on the Plaintiffs
cordial welcome by Supervisor the State Department of Health, plaint on the PlaIntiff's Attorney Attorney Louis T Hansom, 519
On Tuesday the general theme Louis T. Ransom 519 Profes- Professional Building, Jacksonville -
Johnson Principal Thompkins, Jacksonville was presented by the was "Homeroom Guidance" led sional Building, Jacksonville, Florida
and Principal C. C. Anderson in workshop coordinator. Dr. Mc I Florida and file the original In the office of
by Dr. Victor B. Johnson from and file the original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court
behalf of the Bradford County Comas is a graduate of Tulane the State Department of Education the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the $lftft.oo
Teachers Association.In University Medical School and or before the 5 day of September, 5 day of September, 1955; $25.00 LOANS S
Tallahassee.On .
1955; otherwise the allegations of otherwise the allegations of ea.lt
business education Bettie earned a degree in Public Healthat Wednesday W. E. Combs said Complaint will be taken at Complaint will he taken as confess2d .
Loifisa Home was appointed and the University of Michigan.He and M. H. Fields served as con- 'confessed by you. byyouTbis .
This notice shall be published notice shall be
will serve as part-time secretary talked to the group in a sultants in the workshop.On I once each week for four consecu once each week for four consecutive
for the school. She will have chargeof general way about mental health Thursday and Friday films
internal accounting under the and challenged the teachers to .
were shown, along with talks by
supervision and direction of the think of mental health in a pos- Dr. W. L. Whitehurst Dr. Paul

principal according to Supt. Mor- itive sense. Fuller and others.
He stated further that mental -
gan. Any parent or patron interestedin
Hygiene Workshop ill-health is largely due to the
participating is welcome to at- Afnndo
The pre-planning conference mounting pressures and that in- tend. \ you.m

Church Jews! ; ; ,
Interdenominational Con
,, .nl
gress of Starke, will hold its regular >
t" .
\ --____, -1-- '-.- meeting on Sunday August .

21, at Ebenezer Baptist Church,

HUNDREDS Rev. W. J. Strong, pastor. Mrs. -
W. Brooks is in charge of music.

Mt. Moriah Methodist Church dmppditflf itwiIagIII

of details are managed and economicannual men's day will be held .

ally attended that only a trained and Sunday August 28, with co-chair- .

careful organization can attend when men Robert Dell and Louis Kelley.

the urgent need for serving is at The day long services open at -
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NOTICE TO APPEAR You don't even know his name. But he's a friend of yours just the same- .'
la Circuit Court Bradford CoBBty _
D e W I T T C. JONES Moses Florida Cortes la,Chmocfry.Plaintiff, vs. Henri an old friend. He's a fellow who has to have everything exactly right. r ,

I Phone 7 Starke, Fla. etta Cortes Defendant.Case Xo. 10-1104 ". And that's good, both for you and for us. I !! :-, ,:"

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To: Henrietta Cortes', whose res- Professionally, your friend is a chemist. He's been on the job a good .... .
Funeral Director Ambulance Service idence and address is: 16 Drake Lx r .,
Avenue, New Rochelle, New York. many years. In that time, he has made frequent visits to our bottling plant
Our local funeral home enable 09 to offer convenience tnltervlcej You are hereby notified that a I
suit for divorce in one of the fleet of traveling laboratories of The Coca-Cola Company.He .
not otherwise available. has been filed against you In the
above named Curt and cause and provides important assistance to us by bringing us information on '

4. II I 1411 II' ., 1 .. you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of the latest refinements in operation and production. '.

We tarnish the hifheat service at lowest on the Plaintiffs Attorney
type PnanI
Gerald R. Hart 202 Smith Buildin
accept ANT Lie Insurance policy in force leaned by ANT ?, Jacksonville, Florida Understand, we believe here at the bottling plant that we continually i > 1
and file the original In the office '
company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court exercise every precaution to assure you Coca-Cola pure as sunlight,delicious

Convolution carries no obligation. on 29 or day before of August the 1955; to taste, and of proven quality. But, still, we're glad to have your friend "

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allegations in often he
drop as as will. He helps to make our operation more certain. \ 7 s, AV
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'........"""YT'Yn.....,! Martin-Lewis Comedy tYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLAWTEY week and is able to visit her ,La., Gulf Port, Miss., and Pensa- cheon which was held at the home
Meaiti\ [parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ra- I cola. of Mrs. O. L. Carr in Garden City:

i HAMPTON Appears At Florida"You're \ :,fuse.The I I W. P. Kemp Sr. and Mr. and I last Sunday.

community will be pleasedto Mrs. Kemp Jr. and sons spent Miss Elizabeth Terry returned
13 1T12f T? J Never Too Young," a at Foster Memorial
know that little Miss Minnie Monday Stephen Sunday from Tallahassee after
Lrl U i i By )Irs. D. E. lIillAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA comedy starring Dean Martin and 1 By Mrs. Joyce T. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Lee Griffis has come home from near White Springs. Mr. attending a cafeteria workshopand

Jerry Lewis, opens Sunday at the I Hope Haven and plans to attend Kemp Jr. left Saturday for Alas- visiting with her sister and

Florida Theatre and will run school here this term. I, ka, where he will be stationed brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.
School Opens Aug. 29; ... Monday and Tuesday.The I Mrs. Daisy Sutton is visiting for the next IS months. I P. Wyrick.Mr. .
Church ,ls t Graders Register film has Lewis masquerading -,i her sister, Mrs. Lillie Collier, in Mrs. Perry Davis is on the sick Miss Annie Ruth Haraway of and Mrs. Carr of Tallahassee -
At The TabernacleSponsors Presbyterian First graders will register today Moultre, Ga. this list this week. Among those visit-
as an 11-year-old in an at- Lexington, Ala., and Mr. Frank spent the weekend with Mr
(Friday), August 19, for the to evade killer. He The last ing her are her daughters, Mrs.
tempt a romps meeting of the reviaII Lyle of Frostproof were quietly and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and fanHI -
and members of the Sat. 3 p. m., Adult Choir new school with school I Nellie Mae Driren of Jackson-
year around the grounds of agirls at Faith I married Friday afternoon in ".
Baptist Church held )
Gospel Tabernacle invite the pub- Practice. was vile and Mrs. Commodore Crewsof
opening In Hampton Monday, Au-
school Ga. Mrs. win be
where Martin, his comedy Folkston. Lyle a
lic to at the various services on Friday night. Cm: Saturday, the State Farm. Mrs. Mamie Futch, Floyd Futch
"Sunday. 9:45: a. m.. Sunday gust 29, according to Mrs. Ola partner, is a teacher. teacher in the Lawtey School this
held throughout each week in School;- 11 a. m., Morning Wor- M. Perkins, principal. i The the church and friends enjoyed a Recent guests at the home of year. Mr. Lyle will continue his and Rev. Edgar Wilkinson were
this close.-in meeting place, whichis ship Service, "A Challenge To the All teachers will be at the never stops its mad day of fellowship. Rev. George Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were I studies at the University of Flori- business visitors to Gainesville 0::
pace from the opening scene to its
always comfortable and at- -Christian-; p. m., Union Eve- school during the day Friday for funny motorboat climax. I Boyer of Plant City and Rev. J. Mrs. S. M. Mott of Brooker, Mr. ] da. They are occupying the Joyce Friday.
tractive. ning Worship Service, "Where Is the first grade registration, Mrs. I H. Maddocks of Tampa were, and Mrs. Pasco Mott and daughter -, Futch apartment. Billy Anders spent last weekin
Cards received from two absent God In Your Life" sermon by Perkins said, and prospectivefirst I II I among the invited guests and of Gainesville, and Mrs. Loca Jacksonville with his sister
members, Mrs. Florence Hipple Rev. W. S. McAliley serviceto graders may come in at any and children returned Sunday both delivered messages. |Whitten and Miss Dora Johnsonof Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonand Mrs. Johnny Jenkins. Mr. andMrs.
Christian from a two-weeks vacation trip I Mr. and Mrs. Leon I children, Edward and Carlene, O. J. Anders drove up on
First of
and Mrs. Mae Wood, indicate they be held at time during the day. Sauls Lake Butler. i
are enjoying their vacation in I Church. School will be a full day from up the east coast. They visited Starke spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton "were Saturday night guests of Sunday and brought their son
Mrs. Wilkinson's Mr. and
California and expect to leave I Tues.- p. m. The Women of the opening day August 29, with relatives and friends in New Mrs. Saul's parents, Mr. and Mrs. have returned from a trip to I i I Mrs. Noon Mott,parents in Brooker., home. -
in the .York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania Guy Futch. They all visited La-
soon for British Columbia for a Church. lunch served dining room.
the points of interest in South Florida. Mrs. Mae Wells attended the PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS.
at the and North Carolina.Mr. mar Futch at Hope Haven Hos- I
short visit there.Missionary All teachers and personnel
Wed.7:30 p. m.. Prayer I I The places they visited were postmaster's covered dish lunI Bradford County Telegraph.
and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth pital on Sunday afternoon.Mr. '
Hampton school are the same as I I
letters from Miss Meeting and Bible Study. Clearwater, Sarasota, Fort Myers,I'I'II
last year with the addition of I 10f Hampton returned Sunday after and Mrs. Marshall Mottof '
Phyllis Martin of Ecuador, Miss Thur.3 Junior Choir and the Captiva Islands. ,!
Norma Sweeney of Brazil and Practice. p. m. Mrs. J. B. Prevatt as lunch room several days' visit in Bunnell Williston were Sunday dinner II Harold Eunice is staying at TO THE VOTERSOf
assistant, :Mrs. Perkins said this with their son and family Mr. and guests of Mrs. Mott's parents,
Jimmy and Marylyn Call of the home of his mother, Mrs Sel- Fla.
The of Starke
week.L. Mrs. Thomas Wadsworth. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard. We ,
French West Africa, and others, I ma Eunice, since his release from
keep the group in touch with the Hi-Way Chapel I P. Bradley was operated on Mrs. Thomas Wadsworth are the are glad to report that Mrs. Hill- St. Vincent's Hospital. 18th
work done in those countries and Assembly of God I ISunday' Friday for. appendicitis at St. parents of a new daughter born iard is much improved after her August
Vincent's hospital in Jackson- July 31 in Bunnell and named,II confinement in St. Vincent's Hos- :Mr. Griff Phillips returned to
promotes the interest in the work Herb Thomas has been interested in the moral
School at 10 p. m., a ville. He was expected to be able Cherry Ann. work in Green Cove Springs on always
The Jewish work in Phoenix,I class and qualified teacher for to return home to Hampton Wed- Miss Jessie May Brannen ol pital.Miss Arthurine Blanchard of{ Monday. This is his first day of cultural and physical growth of our children and throughhis

Ariz., by O. W. and Mrs. Silbereris I i every age; Morning Worship at nesday night. Bartow visited in Hampton last. Jacksonville, spent the weekend I work in several weeks due to a many years experience in recreational training and
also of interest. i 11 a. m. Evangelistic Service at Revival services at Hampton weekend with relatives. :Mr. and I with her father, A. M. Blanchard, severe heart attack. corrective measures is well qualified to propose and support .
8 p. m.Thursday. Baptist Churchill continue this Mrs. J. J. Brannen and sister Miss Enza. I recreational for based
The subject of the message returned to I Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly returned a program our city on a
next Sunday morning will be : Midweek Missionary week through Sunday evening, Bartow with their daughter fora Mrs. Harold Norman returned I on Tuesday from an en-I paid director (either part or full time as city finances "
Service 8
"Precious Things." Preaching Saturday: Children's p.recreationand m. August evangelist.21, with Charles Sunday's F.sched-Wei- visit. \from St. Vincent's Hospital this joyable vacation to New Orleans I allow) who can start planning and operating a long

story hour at 3 p. m. gle ule as will include dinner on the National Guardsmen of the range program that will be a credit to our city and an
Starke unit, in training for two ..
church grounds following the J added inducement for new families to settle in our
CEMETERY WORKING weeks at Fort McClellan, Ala. {
"TICKOFF"A Cemetery working of the Dedan morning service. Nightly meetings includes Delmar Williamson, I ; : community.In .

Church Cemetery will be held begin at 8 p. m. Charles Williamson and Marklee! i ON fj. : proposing the adoption of a recreational plan to the

SENSATIONAL NEW Thursday, August 25. Everyone Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Hall visited Norman from Hampton.Mrs. -- city council it will embody a provision that the mayor

DISCOVERY! invited to come and bring tools. the Clyde Isreals in Archer one Brown, and her daughter,I I appoint and council approve a 15 member recreational

Give your dog a capsule! day last week. Mrs. Ruth Martin of Kansas City committee to thoroughly explore the qualifications and
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Mrs. Juanell Slade Mrs. \V. M.
Bid hIm of Fleas & Ticks! Mo., are visiting this week with make recommendations to the council for the employ-
brook purse-size fountain pens in Slade, Mrs. Avory Slade and chil-
AT ALL DRUG STORES Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson. Mrs. 1 1I ment and salary of director and to and
pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- dren and Donald Slade drove to a study. approve
ford County Telegraph. Tallahassee Sunday Brown is Mrs. Johnson's aunt. i recommend to council for action any plan the director

,. :Mr and Mrs. Stanley Baker Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams rand may propose. I will further propose that this 15 member

-- ... ,- and son, and Howard :M. Hill of children were weekend visit I committee should serve on staggered terms and shall
Holly :Mich., visited last week in ors in Orlando with the James 3
Visitor consist of one member from the Woman's Club who
"Every An Honored Guest"FIRST Hampton with the. D. E. Hills. Broome family.Mr. .
Mrs. Richard :May and daughter, and Mrs. Arnold Haddock I 'I should act as chairman of this committee for the first

BAPTIST: CHURCH Melody. and J. W. Home visited and son were weekend visitors in year in honor of the interest the Woman's Club has

Hampton Fla. relatives in St. George and Rees- Melbourne and are visiting this I shown to the need of a recreational program. Thereafter

irille. S. C., last weekend. week in Orlando. I I I the chairman should be elected each year by committee

Sunday School Worship :Mrs. Jessie May Cooper and Miss Glenda Vining, who has I members. One member each from the following groups:
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon been making her home in

10 A.M.Training 11 P.M. sonville Slade and visitors Avory Sunday.Mr. Slade were. Jack- and ton Mrs.with Dan her Johnson, Hamp-I,' Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? I. Club Ministerial to insure Alliance permanent, Chamber beauty of Commerce to any planned The Garden recrea-

Union Evening Worship and Mrs. T. W. King and ,Sunday for Santa Barbara Calif. tional area, American Legion, Children's Committee

7 P.M. 8 P.M. sons Malcolm and Brian of Jack- to be with her mother and step- The one on the left, certainly. That Cheshirecat the Legal Profession, Business and Professional

sonville were weekend guests of father, Mr and Mrs. :tJ. S. Allen. Women's Club, Lions Club, Elk's Club Rotary Club,

HEAR DR. CHARLES F. WEIGLE AUG. 1421. FIRST Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill in Hampton. Mrs. T. F. Brown and son, grin is typical of our satisfied customers. Moose Club, Medical Association 1 member from North

MESSAGE IN MORNING WORSHIP. EACH EVENING Malcolm and Brian are remaining Frank, were weekend visitors in Starke, 1 member from South Starke. The varied interests -

AT 8.FIRST. I for a visit with the family.Mr.Miami. with the Gordon Weest Quality items at bargain basement prices is of this membership should definitely be an assetto

Hills.Mr.. and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand and Mrs. Charles Throck- the recreational program as it will give representation

children of Sanford were morton and family of Gainesvillehave the reas'on. Be sure to drop in if you wantto to all groups and also furnish experienced leader-

weekend guest in Hampton with moved into the house just ship.

Mrs. Jessie Chastain. back of Hampton school. Theyare give your shopping dollar more stretch Due to the city's heavy planned expenses for utility
Miss Norma Jean Jones of former Hampton residents.Mr. !
improvements, naturally our recreational expenses willha.e
BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Hampton is visiting this week in and Mrs. L. R. Lambertand than Indian rubber
an man. to be limited and well planned for the best results
Trenton with her grandmotherMrs. daughter, Cathy, of Washington -
Louise Jones. D. C., are visiting this weekin but we can make a definite start and as the city's finan-

FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and Hampton with.Mrs. Lambert's 5ARTY cial situation clears up we can expand the program.

daughter of Jacksonville visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May. SJEByiSirKOCH'S The director can also coordinate his program with the

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Sunday in Hampton with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall visited DRUG STORE county school recreational program and insure year
Mrs. H. B. Wiggins.F. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ro- round activity.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town land Bruton and family in Palat-
M. Dees and Edward Deesof
FILLED space next week: for my stand on expandingcity
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Plant City, nephews of :Mrs. ka. The Brutons formerly livedin 'I utilities
Ethel Tidwell, are visiting in Waldo.
Hampton with Mrs. Tidwell and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cogdellof Sincerely,
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. other relatives this week. Gainesville visited the L. A. Herb Thomas

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannenand Hall's in Hampton one day last .
son left Wednesday for a few week. i j
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St. Petersburg.Mr. .
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at and Mrs. W. C. Rivers of

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Lake City visited Mrs. Jessie

Chastain in Hampton Sunday.
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PAGE EIGHT .. --- _ _ _ _ _____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ FRIDAY AUGUST 19, 1955

do. Plenty Of Land Bradford High Gridders Begin Practice I j I CAlm OF THAXRS I CARD OF THANKS
City Makes I wish in thank all my friends Our recent sad loss leaves us
City Clerk Carl Johns said the ,',. I .
i ,... and with grateful hearts toward neighbors
city had "plenty of land" in the ': -:-,, .". "'>-:-) ,' I loved ones for their lovely I
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and friends.
> Their comforting -
and he noted that the city cards and flowers and every kindness -
To Provide Land area "v. 1 1t .- expressions of sympathy and
dump ultimately will have to be I shown me during m> receent thoughtfulness will always be remembered. -

moved to ,another site., tr. A illness. May God bless you alL .-Mrs. Emma Hams

Johns also pointed out that i -M. L. Watterson I and family.

For New IndustryContinued water and sewer lines already are S I -_ ___ _
which is not far
in the jlcr I

( from Page One) from The the motion sewage to disposal grant a plant.99-year ;! _It- ;- Sell It Rent It Trade It

Gay said this problem would be lease, on about two acres of the

solved if the city would grant a I. property was made by Councilman j

99-year lease to city-owned prop- I Lucian Hazen and seconded 1VITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

erty near the dump southwest of by George Kopelousos. I

:wn. The city has 30 acres in the Starke already has one clothing Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

Big Dad, for which I'
Lrea. !"lmanufacturer. 10 WORDS OR LESS. ONE LNSERT1O 50
a plant was financed by public
lie explained the city would have EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
[ I
:o give Sun Wear an option to m'ror\T OF is PER CE-\T ov TWO OR MORE I\ .
purchase the property since this 12,000 Square Feet 25c ADDITIONAL FOIl BLIND ADS Oil ADS NOT PAID I\ ."m"NTE
Leslie plans 12,000 square feet
for mortgage pur- I
was necessary
of manufacturing space on a plot F' '1: ItK.NT: -KingMey Lake three I KIXDERGARTK.VOPKX
poses."You11. of land large enough, about two In'dri''in iotiage furnished. Sept. 8':1(1: A.1.., l'atholh t' siiv: ; :s"-
lose taxes, sure" said' thru Jun.- All modern convenfiu -'I I._!.i-ie.t. i nt. \1" -
$200or acres to permit expansion if neces- e1-. llt-a-nivable rent. Onemile :!' !I... _
"You'll lose probably
Gay. I I
But it's sary. I lluk. .Suu-kland's Landing. 1. Will keep children day ''r i ., .'
$300 a year in taxes. Rt. 1. Starke. 3tc'har. Apt. Xo. 3 Leonhard l'g ,
not col I In manufacturing sun suits _- --_- ______J Ch'rnSt.. AI" :;
lost now because you're ---- -- -- -- ---- !
$i2 50 TAKES THIS:: good, used L. C. :
lecting a cent on the property. boxer shorts and similar clothing, Smith standardpenritvr., 11 in. FOR -
he plans to hire about 50 personsat Bradford High gridders took on this appearance Monday as they partlThe fate of the Bradford High football squad rests in the hands of I carnage. Cleaned. serviced ready Ulanding SALE-Building Road. Also Ints un, nt.w, _
Personal Tax Levy mall! tra
"And after the plant is in business the outset. cipated in light practice for the first time this year. The youths put these coaches who started this week to whip the Bradford boys into I I eranh to go. Bradford' County Tele-tf of from acreage city limits or subdivision Also i4 mik-

can tax stock equipment But. since 50 per cent of his ; in a hard day under the tutorship of Coach Leonard Registerhose shape. Left to right are Assistant Coach Joe Hull Coach Leonard 'rtable t'nderwood typ'writ"*"jd Used
you I -Plywood. 12 ft. Twinsize $35. 1frs. L. :
fixtures, electricity and water. production is currently subconI primary aim was to harden muscles softened by less strenuous activities Register, and Assistant Coach Wink CrisuelL This is Register's first bed new mattress. El. Drill 41l. Bel'sant U.Rd.(Clark. left Hi I Bt
at \'all S.
"In addition this thing means a I traded he plans expansion as soon during the summer. year as a chief coach. Heights.R & D H"2441 Others.or Cox Keystone.0. Lake bridge. I mile. It<'bg

lot to Bradford County merchantsand i'as'I current contracts expire. The Geneva. itp WANTED Experienced

citizens. It can't help butboost I_BtarU__ *. oneration. then will be a - __ I. .. __ keeper. 3 day week Book-
nn ftanaiui 01 transIer siuaenis or. team on AUgust zy. I Elder Calvin Pace Charles Man- FOR SALE-House and one acre Apply In writing p..rmanenl

the economy." onsolidated plant employing Bradford Football other prospective gridders who are I Newcomers who are showing j i ice Billy Carter, Randy Johns, one Road.mile from city limits Raiford Count Telf'graph.to the Giving fiadfor cxperienee ,
priced. All
around I and
There wasn't a dissenting voice 100.No "expected to give the lettermen a I II promise include Henry Richarde :Bobby Shannon W. H. Johns modern conveniences. See Kfton coflfldenhjaiIS referentes. Str'w!!)

from the Council or other city Exact Site Freddie Stephens, Rudolph Hutch-Bert McGee Dwight Williams Jordan. 412 X. Cherry St. Phone ftcbe'I
officials. City Attorney Arch No exact spot for the site has fight for their positions." I I 10S- Itp
Hopefuls PrepareFor erson, Roddy Struth Raymond ]]Phillip Clark Larry Lamee Ar- I 'Ew IlOii.c
Thomas Jr. said the proposal was I been selected, but Gay said it Lettermen back out for football Stefanelli: Jerry Hicks, Wayne r nond Rivers. S UITOGIIEIGIITS

legal although he advised consulting should be easily accessable to the include quarterback Glenn Red- Wooten, Lamar Shaw, Arthur Eddie Stuckey John Shadd. Construction marts

the County Commission. paved road in the area and shouldbe 1955 Season dish, fullback Harold Godwin, Locke, Johnny Godwin. I I Robert' Bowen, Aaro Brown James ATTENTION I Prl..e.o ',.,,?? flOOOtt InimedUtelr de".

which Gay already had planned to t reasonably level and dry. tackle Jerry Lawson, guard Joe Gus Kopelousos Van Prescott, rhomas, Johnny Stephens Bubba .Payment.....t... $235.oo$50.00 at rlollln,1..1.. 0..

-- On the basis of the Council's Harden, center Dennis Mathews, Bobby Norman, Ray Judd. Mikeil: I I Lamee Dick Smith. Billy Godwin FARMERS! Setelana smell do.--. payment Nor.

Ub said he would invite guard Edwin Johns, tackle Ken- Goldwire James ; nominal amount .t closing. Bal
-- action Gay Bradford High football hopefuls Grann Douglas' I Ronald Prevatt George Bradley, ance lesi. than rent ...
$5,000 Kit" .
Leslie to Starke to inspect the I numbering 64 scuffed the dirt at neth Green. end James Harrell. Nolin, DeWitt Hershey, Myron'IPrevatt ]i Henry Hall Richard Johns. -; $10,000 $5,000 date equipment If dcslrej Completion

Now Open area and determine the best site. I I I I the stadium this week as grid practice Two lettermen at Guard camp Tommy Stallings. | Lynn McRae. Wilbur Barry. $10.50 -- 6 MONTHSNO Jour .election>. Mrmher now IS: 1955.: Slake

He also said he would appear!I Ii t opened Monday for the first are Charles Kirkland and John Charles Noegel, Buddy Brown 1 Winston Kelly, Harvey Tanner and

i before the Bradford County Commission I time in the 1955 season. Clough. They will report to the Bill Forsythe, Roger Rivers Larry I(31enn Moore. I i MEMBERSHIP: FEES FLORIDA REALTY CO.
I at its September; meeting. Coach Leonard former Of StarkeHeal

I assistant coach who Register is taking the Bradford Teacher Pre-School! Meets At Halfway Mark I I I Doyle E. CONNER MS: Tempi Estate Ae. Telepfcoue Broker
SHOP job as chief mentor for the first Insurance AgencyPhone Mark. Florida

time, said he was well pleased with I I

I. Court Street Opposite FILL DIRTGOOD the turnout and the spirit of the I Bradford County public schoolteachers activities were Dyckman W. Ver- j son and Morgan. I 285 136 W. Call St.PEC. WOULD $100 A WEEK Interest You
Court HouseS youths. in both white and colored milye associate housing directorat I The white county school princi- a Ih.e..lre J. R- Watkins Co is seeking

RICH I He said the team should be well schools, this week started the University of Florida; Wil-h pals met Wednesday afternoon to I lady, to distribute man or nationally a qualified ad.

YOUR PATRONAGEWILL prepared for the opening game their annual two-week pre-school h liam B. Macomber of the Vorusia -'organize and select Ass't Princi- Count"ertls..d). Are products In i Bradford
TOP SOILI sessions. one whom
with Macclenny on September 16. County health we are
department; pal Tom Casey of Bradford Highas trying to contact.rite..
j Register's coaching will be back- Emphasis during the week was Dr. Victor B. Johnson guidance president and Mrs. Demorestas HOME St or.X wire.E..us at 6S' Vest Pea'htr.e

APPRECIATED I 'ed with the work of two assistants, upon mental health as related to consultant for the State Educa- secretary. 20 Acre pecan farm and 3 bed Atlanta Ga. tchg 9d

I[Winton Criswell, who is working. the classroom. About 130 teachersmet tion Department; and Dr. R. W. Charlie Cowen, president of the room modern hour with rural

BILL JACKSON j the line. and Coach Joe Hull, con- at the USO Center while the McComas director of the State Bradford County Education Asso- tare down 1 payment mile from, balance Starke, '::within.000.00 WANTED

D. H. SMITH Jackson Transfer Company :centrating on the backfield. negro teachers convened at the Health Board's mental health di- ciation, announced that white! fl'e yearS "stings In $2,000 and $!,OOO
RJE School.
j Practice is continuing twice vision. teachers will meet Monday at 9 I FLORIDA REALTY CO. Bracket.
Owner & Operator 165 Consultants called in for the The consultants Have Buyers %%'alt.
Phone daily with beth morning and after- { were obtained a. m. in the USO Center. Follow
P 'noon sessions. week complimented Bradford in- ty County School Supt. HarmonP. I ing business sessions, Morgan will L Of StarkeReal ing. Other Listings Appreciat

This week's practice was strictlyof structional personnel for its interest Morgan. Dr. Florence Jennings, discuss recent school legislation. 335: Temple Estate Ate. Broker Pkone 383 ed. Free Open Listings.

the light variety. Registersaid in school problems.Dr. Bradford child welfare director, Starke, Florida

the "head knocking" of heavy W. Whitehurst, psychia- worked with the visiting con- New Association Strout Realty
BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY I practice will begin when school trist for the State Board of sultants.
PARRAKEETSBaby Health, said the teachers' "will- Rome J. Andrews barber formerly
Following a general orienta- JOIEVIE
starts August 29. FOR SALE-New HANSEN .
: : $ Concrete Rep.
j "As ingness to contribute to the well- tion of mental health's basic problems with the Three Friends Bar block iSc. Cement J1.40 5 Miles South
the of
soon as team Starke
of lo"eand puts on on Sit
birds easily trained, full ber Shop has become per bag. Mortar Mix
being of the community in the the teachers divided into associated I 11.25 per P. O. Box
pads, the coaches 307
I tell bag. Bradford Starke
can right Engineering Co. Fla.
A affection. Make wonderful pets. I away who really wants to play area of mental hygiene is most discussion groups and discusseda with the City Earber Shop operated phone 94. Starke. : tf

All In full plumage In all colors. Blues ball," said Register. impressive." wide variety of mental health by S. E. Sparks.
In all shades. Yellows, greens, and Register said eight of last year'slettermen And Dr.: Paul Fuller training subjects. ---------':."

white. Also yellow-faced blues. All had director in clinical psychology at General assembly programs were BILL SOTO
returned to
; practice
You \
Florida I Florida State University, said he under the direction of Supervisor \\Did Know?,
actlimated our and
raised and "they are all expected to playa
I I wag "impressed with the sincere L. H. Gibson. j I SIGN SHOPOne
climate. Hundreds to choose from. big part in the team's progress i To smile !
;active interest in the growth and requires the use of!
this fall. In addition two letter- Teachers new to the Bradford !!
well-being of the individual pupil : 13 muscles to frown require| :Mile South
OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND men are temporarily absent because school system met Wednesday the
as manifested by teachers and ad- I I I use of 65. -- j i On Keystone
J they are at National Guard L .ministrators of the Bradford I fOr an orientation session with I ( Those Who know About BeneI highwayAll

BILLY ROSE PARRAKEET FARM camp. I County school system." i Mrs. R. F. Demorest, supervisor j'fjts O.f !i Types Signs

i But, said Register. there is a Other consultants for the week's I,of elpmpntarv instruction_______ fJiK. I :I ,..y T WfV WkW.. ...*_.-fc. ,0 I Evinrude Motor
On Highway 21 Keystone Heights .m' --- -- ----

Herb Thomas To Bid Ovid Lewis Announces : I II! .1 USP only 13. Below is such arase -' i Parts .. Service

;For Job On Council Candidacy For Starke I w. c. T. u. !: i : i I I ELECTRIC MOTORS Zimmel

'On Sept. 13 Ballot City Council Vacancy t Man 29 ;year* old had severe i Rewound and Serviced RunaboutsS
I II I j headache :
| 3 weeks, '
was :
"FOR THE TRIUMPH : and'' i General Machine Work All
01'i j tremely tired -
all the
Herb Thomas Starke restaurant I Ovid Lewis operator of a!' I time i FRED'S
EVIL IT IS ONLY NECESSARY' j complained of severe low back! Work Guaranteed Reasonable MARINE
operator, this week announced as I Starke fill and grading business I L
'THAT GOOD MEN SHOULD DO pain. After t>n.ral.Chiro | i Rates
a candidate for the City Council this week announced as a candi-I i I
720-ACRE COLUMBIA: COUNTY RANCH-FARM subject to the September 13 elec- date for the City Council. |NOTHING." | :ractic adjustments patient rl"-' i

tion. He election (NATIONAL' VOICE. i ( ported his symptoms had dis-: RED SEAL Temple & Pratt Starke
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1:00 P.M. seeks to one of two j ) I IRtJBBER
i j appeared and he felt the best!
I Thomas said his platform's primary vacancies which will be filled in ELECTRIC & MACHINE

Loralrd. off of V.aw ..s. Ih- ::.. .ppro l..at..Jy,,11..11 3 .11.11 bbh lIuuth awl or dry Ft.I'IIIIi planks are greater commercial the September 13 election. I _ _ _ :, I jhe Ijears.had been in the past 101! I I SHOPF. daters STAMPS made to order)
ouItandIu IU''I."rty j
I. "
\\ "II. Lewis said he notary
I.ad :a:1t acrrN ur "bhk .suItible for .ullh.lloa .ad DO uerr. Inuse development and increased is advocating the | Chiropractic restores I W. GRAUDOX, Owner, Mgr. facsimile stamps. Bradford seals
I' health County
Oak a..01 I'Inc 'Imb.rlanol. 'Ibrrr are> iipproIrnaIr1Y ::41.IMIO fl.ur recreational facilities expansion of city facilities as PEST CONTROL j Tele raph.
for youth. Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 tt
"In. .0" ready for rutIiig and ...Ilia Property ladudrll Z I > j jto many that do not respond : I : !
I long as city is financially able ,,
hum*.. 2 toln...- barn aud 9 ot""r buUdln on mail and Thomas was born at Sampson : jto other forms of treatment. I j !$ PAID O.V SAVINGS KEY.
.........l ruu'.. Pniprrtr has appromlmatrly: S wiles ..f "ir* fenrIujCad I i on its present revenue. i I i I STOXE STATE BANK KEY.
InrluUInK peanuts cor.. pecan City, and his mother, Mrs. R. A. TERMITES I, STONE HEIGHTS.
lu dUrnlflrd I
U planlrd crop. While making it plain he was I FLA, MEM.
tree., 3-7/IO acre, tobacco ba_ and Impro.ed ra. $*" *"rm J" Thomas has lived in Starke for 24 ALL TYPES OF |' BOLLINGER BAIUS.UX FOR : IEOXE-Rem- F'IlC.LBT
i.Iluatrd "Ith Milt arrr un uns ..101. ur County Read and 1IiIt acres not opposing the city's current ] I ingt"n Qulpwrter: Portable Type-
ua upi.o'IIC .1.... Tracts may ... bought lI"para."I ..r a. a ,iboIe.Jilsu years. I$750,000 bond issue he said he, GROSPR.YL"G I CHIROPRACTIC writt-r with. Mirarle Tab and carrying J. D. ODOH. JR
... I I
.1110" li: "a.1 ur rattle. 00 ....110.. 21MI btni. 3U KOU. aI ; I (''a", Officn demonstrator .2VDI.E YOUR
Iariii "ljulplII".t. Drle south 0. I. S. Ih,). 27 .low 1'IanIn" I Thomas is a veteran of both would oppose any additional bond : Florida 111':, \alu.' Y .ur- for $100. Bradford CATTIE Ail HOGS

Mill turn at .\I CI'IO" AHKOW, follow to property. World Wars and a member of the ,I''issue unless the proposal was Pest Control j CLINIC ,I' rnutm Telegraph. tf Live o, -k SALES _
!! Each
300-ACRE FARM I NEAR FT. WHITE I American Legion. the 40 and 8, the ,t proval.submitted to the voters for ap- ; & Chemical Co. :i !lis located in Starke 2 blocks! U-_ _:IIIJj1TJT4BIAS= <.aint.,|iie Each Wedne.d.y FridayFOR

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1 :00 P.M. Parent-Teachers Association the I I Lewis was once chief safety Phone Franklin 6-6035 { north of the Post Office. : 1 tt
( 24 N. W. 16th Ave.Gainesville ''
Moose and Elks the Bradford]I director for the Florida Road De- !! j Office is open from 9 to 12 I SALE
S mites K. off Ih.I:. 2H mile. \. K. of Ft. White. SelllnB onef County Children's Committee and I j partment. For several years he Fla. jl to 5:30. Thursday and eve-I!
.. the bert farm. In this entire agricultural area nlth laud In hitch I L
late of eultltatlon. completely fenced and eronned-fenced. Prop the Starve Chamber of Commerce. was supply officer for the Vet- Call for estimate j nings by appointment. !I i RADIO And SLAG ROCK
city Include.......-... home and bath tenant bonne lance tobacco .
He is and he has
married father. and
i a an erans Administration,
..__ _______
barn, concrete building for tobacco preparation and other uses{ : Excellent
other outbuilding. Kutire farm with the exception of 2O acres officer in the Episcopal Church. an administrative assistant Civil ,.',--.- --.- -.... ---.- -.- --'- --:.' TELEVISIONREPAIRS for Drivewaysand
which l. In woodland I. suitable for cultivation. 130 acres In corn '
Service which dates from Parkways
i He also has been in professional rating ;
:- 1/10 acres tobacco Ias. 3O acre of llegarl. 75 acre of 1'nsaeels -
llahia. Properly I. ncrtleed by wall and school bun. Also baseball where he managed and L service with the U. S. Corps of DRAPES I
1I"lIh'li: or more head of ....x.. 25 turL.e>.. also farm equipment. I Engineers.He ;, $3.00 Per YardIn
Urhr\2 miles \. I.. of Ft. U bile on liny. 47 to _U"1'IOJInow played for 26 years. He is a scout: S I : I
and follow to Farm I for the New York Giants. served six years in the SLIP COVERSUPHOLSTERY I II 5 Yard Lots

Thomas ran unsuccessfully forI Army during World War II. He I I e Call
is a member of the American S
a : Starke police chief in the lastelection. 'i
I Legion aiTd the First :Methodist LOW PRICES BILLY JACKSON S

IIL1 II III I II I those who. did He and asked did support not support of t Church board of stewards.He Beautiful Fabrics Elegant Styling ; : I Why Pay More Phone 165
of Bradford
I is a graduate
him in that election. Perfect Tailoring : 20 Years
\ Experience
,High School and attended the I. RADIOS

I Thomas said he would supportthe (University of Florida over thr; 1. 0Phone REPAIREDAll
I expansion of city utilities the i years. lie has a wife and three CALL PEG at 239 rmaraatee
efforts to add new payrolls for th children. Iir ,.,11i i 427WDAY CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
9 1 !
fOl W.
: financial growth of the city, am i For Advice \ ; Tall M. .tark. Ph. en
attempts to furnish young peoplewith Recent POWER MOWERS For R..t and
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of t 920 Thomas St. I Sale. We service what
OTHER AUCTIONS needed recreational facilities. ti % we selL
I He suggested the if Starke announce the birth of a i tI Ii I __ _ Ave-Tiny's Service Station, Temple '
city might, \1
.. ..
in the Starke I'
August 17 --S- --- -- -- -- 1
SATURDAY AUGUST 20, 7:30 P.M.: it could be properly done supplyaid son I ,, I
Alciana Hotel Bushnell to the county in carrying outa ,, Maternity Hospital. \AXTED-To Buy or Rent small BULL-DOZING FILL I
I farm ti. T Thompson Silver Iprlnl |
SrIIIn this talunhlr hotel |>ro|>rrl located in the center at <0"". successful school recreation pro i i I :; :'.-. Fla lip DIRT LAND CLEARINGOyster
willi rental Income from first floor stores al..u Includes all furnl-
gram. I 1
lure and ri\lurr ItuildinK III of brick run.trurllon and In RoodruKilltlou. I FOR SALE-One Guernsey cow Will Shell
I "After traveling all these years, 7oto\.OS I be frt--h early in Sept. with first Feat Humus III ,
Chas. C. I calf. At T. L. Wainwright'E Farm I Bldg. Sand
I am proud to settle back in my Shepherd I'uIngDrh'eways
IO D.\AUGUST 22, 2:00 P.M.: I I loa wt" '.1 tch g

la,luna Itrach-KM Turonlta .\'e, \\ lI"ur-I.,-'"*-"%"'". Palm ParL.par..nt. home county," said Thomas. "I I .
.\ "llh luiniiue iioul and oularlum. 3 uiiiln spaciousruunds would like to show my appreciation: TV Radio Free Estimates jWINEER j I FOR REXT-Xice four bedroom OVID LEWIS
.. i Me666 home on Kingsley Lake. on a year
zoned fur business lirtHM-n ocean and ritrr our block
from Atlanllr .\,ruue, I by performing some public serviceto : I1. round basis. V. Q. McCoy Jr.. W. Madison St. Starke 1
-1. I I P. O. Pox: 414 or Phone Fr- -4:6I,
my city for its young people. ....- Gainesville. 4trher 9/9 PH. 356-W
TUESDAY. AUGUST 23, 1 :00 P.M.satsun.aselllsg I I ,
1--. _
\aluablr downtown property InrluilinK moUrrnniaouurr ._ u : FOR SALE-Ire box 100 lb. capacity -
-i ,.. j
-- -- --- ,
erurrrr utorr and post vfflrr building fullequipped -- -- -- ------ --- -- -- I : good condition $15. 534 'sW.Madi.n. ji
restaurant and nrrtlrr ktallou.FRIDAY. lip i
AUGUST 26, 1:00 P.M. FOR SALE-Remington Rand Xoise- ,

Hade ('lt>--Klalue .\Apartments \. 12th SI, large, corner lot near I > lesstvpewriter. Excellent condition IJ J I
....".t..".. 4-a|>artmrul buildinK r..iuulrlrl> furnished; also ncI "- TV ServiceAll I $55. Walter :Martin Lawtey3tp 9d
Ioialon.) drrvratrU garage, apartmrnt. Kicrllrol rental and residential ;

I FOR SALE- ft. FrigIdaire refrigerator -

MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 7:30 P.M. IrEEzEseparatlly and medium or sized together.deep \

Marion CuunlrMnnlr \.u.," located on I'. >. ltiy. -IINSON:;. Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Phr.n I 14<:i. :ttp 9,!
5oulh of Ocala. OntktandinK tourist attraction with large highway \
ho....... braatlfulljdeveloped.. Grand openinK "HI be held the I RADIOAND HOrSE FOR REXT-Apply at Bus
night of Auction.l_ I Fully Equipped ... Dependable I !Station' tfcher! PhONE 4U-J I
'LEitl'.z ::( i Down ..n all Properties t Balance Anauunced.Write I

For Descriptive Folders I All Makes and Models PIAXO studio FOR upright ALE-Small practically modern new FOR REXT-Five room furnished
aailabltimmedlatE'lv.. See next house on Kingsley Lake< !
$riO a
TELEVISIONSales week in Starke This is th* one ___month.fr. '. Marks RltphWANTED Itp
you hare waited for. Small
ANSBROUGNatiopil I ZENITH 17" down payment with budget plan if Baby carriage big I
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV Evanston T1814R 59.95 '6 you prefer. Gridlev :Music Co., enough for twins. Phone 499R !
,Inl. III!;; W Tniversity Ave., _Lawtey. Smiths Shell Station lIp
Realty&Auction Company I. -S.;ne-ilie. FU
When Your TV NeedsService I FR SALE-Used 8" table
Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone Call 166 and Service S FOR RENT:-Newly redecorated three blades tilting arbor meter saw.
gallge. Complete with motor like
3-bedroom 2-bath house.
SSStJSUSflSSSSCCCMSSSfl I sssssrrssr JSSSS 2 new no cal'h. See Eaton Jordan
iXKjJSVtat X* 239 Starke Fla. ,
blocks from school. 210 8th lOS-lW.
I 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida It
.. t I Key next door. FOR
-1__- ar T1111 il' house HEXT-Two bedroom furnished -
-- -- (
on Water
I Itchg GilL St See Prescott -