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 26, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Home Mail System I Bradford's Rabies Noon Deadline Teachers Say Race

Expansion Likely, _- .-::- _

!Avers Postmaster'! Plight Not Known Issue Needs TimeBradford

I Future expansion of Starke 'Until August 31

home mail delivery, based on the And'L School Board Tests Sentiment

I success of the current 17 miles of It'll be August 31 before Brad Of
I routes, was predicted this week by I ford County knows whether it Instructional Personnel

Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. has avoided a rabies epidemic,

The present mail delivery setup, County Sanitarian Jack Trawick : Bradford County school teachers believe integration of
serving 2,500 patrons, went into effect -
said this week. negro and white while recognized as eventual in the local
August 16. lIe said 21 days, the incubation public school system will take
plenty of time to
I McGriff said the new system Is period, must lapse after the disease 1 i accom-

'not unlike a private business it is discovered before its plish.That's

i must prove fully successful before spread can be determined.The .I the sentiment revealed in unsigned three-page

it is enlarged. current threat comes froma questionnaires submitted to both white and colored teachers

) : I "1 want every resident of Starke rabid fox's attack on a negro JLcr under_authorization of the Bradford. County School Board
served with home delivery" said couple, DeWitt !and Mattie Hath- : Participating were 94 white

I McGriff. "But, after all, a new cock, at their home near Raiford. V Building Monies 'I teachers and 28 colored.

I|business doesn't go full blast the Hathcock killed the fox with a The survey indicates school

first year." piece of pipe.TrawicJc 7 Paid Contractor integration will bring no great up-

Jr I Routes, under strict postal regulations said the. Hathcocks. ic% heaval among teaching personnel.At .
) must cover property whichis under treatment are "doing fine. the same time, it reveals many
improved and rather thickly Trawick assisted Union County 31- :By School Board white teachers have not yet made
authorities in attempting to head
their minds
up as to a course of
I The mail routes off the disease. Dogs numbering The Bradford County School action if
present actuallywere City Clerk Carl Johns (left) segregation of races is
,, established in a survey made. 112 were innoculated within a T WO Joyous Men Police Chief W. E. Thornton Board decided Saturday to pay off abolished.Ten
j 'jby a Jacksonville postal inspectoi: three mile area and Union County the contractor for $300,000 in new Would Resign

.. I set out 12 dozen traps for wild 'Starke school buildings, holding For
'\ before McGriff became postmasterAt example, only 10 white and
'. t. <, that time, it was determined animals. 'back only $2,000 to insure correc- no negro teachers said they would

; Starke was not eligible for home'I I Trawick said numerous animals, Four New Starke Council Candidates I tion of minor items. resign if schools were integrated.But .
snared the have been
by traps. Ii
Wilson Fowler and Gerry Mooty delivery. i i Earlier this month, the Board 31 white and eight negro
Larry sent to Jacksonville for examination. I teachers
Later, McGriff made a personal |;had withheld $20,000 pending gave "don't know" an

survey, suggested a few route of the. Thus disease.far, all have been free Come Under Wire As Deadline PassesThe I,leveling the front steps of the new swers.' v_

-i For Bradford Students changes to include more populous !' But he said the body of a sick gym and refitting of some doors. negro The teachers bulk""or both white and

areas, and the Postoffice Depart- dog was sent to Jacksonville County School Supt Harmon P. place to start believe the proper

ment then declared Starke eligible. Tuesday. He highly suspects the City of Starke's political agent has served six years on Morgan indicated at Saturday's grades one integration is in
through three.
i "We've established two-man dog had rabies. soup came to a jell promptly at the Council. j meeting that most of the repair The U. S.
The Bells TollOne I routes not requiring additional "It's still a threat," said Tra- noon Tuesday as the deadline passed The entry of four new Council I work had been accomplished with year declared Supreme Court last

personnel, so they would do the wick. "We won't know how we I for qualification of candidates.The candidates drew the observationfrom 'only a few door adjustments re- in public schools segregation is of races
I I unconstitu
most people the most good." said stand until August 31." deadline went by with no one City Hall observer that maining. Consequently, the Board tional. In a later
of Bradford County's largest single industries cranksup McGriff. unexpected developments exceptfor the political situation is a "bowlof )I II released all but $2,000 owed to I Court determined the decision, the
17 Southern
the fielding of four more Coun-: muddy water. ,Gossett and Parker Construction
its machinery Monday. I I I "Later on, we hope to expand states practicing segregation must
total Mrs. Johns Starke
the is
owner of f
Starke Guardsmen cil candidates, bringing Company.
The industry employs close to 200. It has a manufacturing the entire city. But it will i have time to make the transition.
I lover to nine seeking the two vacant beauty shop. Ritch is a State( The Board also voted to give
million dollars. four or five men and, of Xo Time Limit'
plant valued at over a :I I Council seats.Qualifiers Farm employe. Sparks operates i token $1 a month employment to
Instead of sox or minerals or clothing or shoes, the Brad- course, more money. during the final hour a Starke barber shop. Edwards k) Lex Green, former school board at-, Consequently, the Court set no
"Under the circumstances, I'm Slated To Return time limit, and it determined
ford County plant specializes in education administering I extremely thankful for the limit- included Mrs. Ruby Johns, the a retired merchant and a forme: 'torney who was replaced last, authorities must local

bisr doses to some 3,200 children.Or ed have installed and sole woman candidate. Also qualifying Councilman. month by Hollis V. Knight. transition. supervise the
trite and overworn system we were S. E. Sparks, J. W. Earlier qualifiers were Herb !!
term,, Bradford to use a County school bells I out incident with Bradford the early success it has shown." From EncampmentThe (Jim). Ritch and W. Mitch Ed- Thomas, restaurant operator; I j.who Board Member D. W. Starling,I I These arguments, localism and

out for' a new school year I County schools segregated as wards.A Ovid Lewis, operator of a fill- made the motion, said Green gradualism, were essentially the

beginning ring August 29. usual. City Rejects Bids Starke National Guard, just number of curious mostly grading business; L E. Clark, retired -1 had asked to be put back on the official Florida view, as expressed
payroll for retirement to the U. S.
The opening of school isn't as The school system embarks on winding up a two-week taste of current office holders, were drawnto railroad construction fore- pension pur- Court by Attorney
auspicious as it could be. One a new school year with what dust-eating and pup tent life at the City Hall as the deadline man; W. H. (Billy) Noegel, car poses. The employment is to run General Richard W. Ervin.

ominous cloud is the U. S. Supreme -|County School Supt. Harmon P. For TransportingPower Ft McClellan, Ala., returns to apPl ached. dealer; and Jack R. Smith, manager from July 1 to January 1. Ervin taking the view the Court

Court's decision banning Morgan terms a "woefully inade home base Sunday.A Plainly elated were City Clerk of a local gas and appliance ,i I' The Board voted to give Green I II 'already had uprooted segregation,

segregation of races. A riptide of quate" budget. Morgan Is worried Plant UnitsThe one-page "dispatch'" from Carl Johns and Police Chief W. E. company. I the title of "assistant attorney," I simply tion argued for local administra
passion and anger lies hidden be about budgetary items of $1,800 Warrant Officer Albert L. Crosby (Ebb) Thornton, who were assured Since there are only two vacancies -''with Starling noting "he doesn't I The more time.
and $5,000 for on. the.Council. the,two.candidates expects to do-any-work." Bradford County School
hind thlg one issue alone. for emergencies, Starke City Council Tues- indicates the 80-odd man unit has re-ftJjV-w; without opposition.Both .! \ i Board
Schools Segregated building maintenance both day rejected all thiee bids for been in good health but is ready to posed jubilantly for photo- drawing the greatest num-1. The Board instructed Morgan to delicately handling a problem -

But. unless the issue- is broughtto figures extremely low. transporting five power plant units head for home. graphs as the power plant whistle ber of votes are declared elected. order school bus drivers, when legally potentially and dangerous both
a boll by over eager anti- But, unless one of the schools from New Bern. N. C. signaled the deadline. The election will be held Sep- I j traveling at night to pull com- politically, three weeks
The unit spent three days last !ago agreed to
segregation enthusiasts, chancesare blows a boiler or similar catas- The Council said the bids exceeded Both said they felt entitled to tember 13 with voting to take I pletely off the road when loading establish advisory
the school! )'tarill pass with- (Continued on page 10) estimates and that it be- week in bivouac, sleeping in pup the "free ride" after the heavy place at the Fire Station between and unloading. Reason for the committees and conduct studies
tents and living the life of a sol I regarding
7 a.m. and 7 All the segregation.
lieved more economical arrange- competition of previous years. p.m. of ;,edict is that on-coming cars cannot
dier in the field. Johns has been city clerk for 23 political hopefuls seek to fill two !identify the vehicle Possible Court Test
ments can be made. [ as a school
Hope Raised For Park Base bids before the Council for I During the bivouac, the unit received years. Thornton has been police year terms. ',bus and thus cannot stop as re- action Avowed purpose of the Board's
was to
transporting the bulky equipmentwere instruction in building chief for six. City Clerk Johns said the ballots ''quired by state law. to show the county
bridges, erecting field kitchens, No further candidates qualifiedfor would be prepared by Satur- I progress on the problem
the Armature
$74,800 by Tampa j In other actions the board in the
providing water, and demolition so incumbent J, R. day, and anyone wishing to vote : event a court test regard-
Works $83,900 by the Wood- mayor Authorized
At Kingsley 'Poor Hole'The Hopkins Co., and $115,760 by the signal and ordnance details. Wainwright and Councilman W absentee can obtain ballots by inquiring I coaches about Morgan drawing to confer up regulations with-ling county.segregation is brought in the

Rowe Transfer and Storage Co. One member of the unit M-Sgt T. (Billy) Jackson are pitted at the City Hall. I concerning use of the new The Board asked
I The Council acted on the adviceof Frank W. Dryden Jr. was granted against one another. He said absentee voting is permitted 'BHS $120,000 gymnasium. Becauseof both white PTA cooperation of

State Armory Board will entertain a proposal that J. D. Thomas, electrical en- emergency leave 24 hours after Wainwright, Starke automobile until 5 p.m. September 13, excessive floor maintenance, it negr0 committee in groups and a

the condemned "Poor Hole" area on Kingsley Lake be converted gineer with the city-employed reaching camp. He was flown to dealer, has been mayor for six the day before the election. is expected dancing and smoking problem. It ordered a studying the

into a public park. firm of Reynolds, Smith and Hills Jacksonville and rushed to Gainesville -I years. Jackson, wounded World Johns said about 1,900 voters in the gym will be. DrohihitPrl. for evprv .hlt".... ", testing ft".i __program __
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I and local trucking were eligible to cast ballots. A -- --f .vc aim
where his wife War II veteran negro
Yet, Armory Board and health officials agree the area of Jacksonville. was hospital-- .. Voted to call for bids to erect :student in the school system, in
must be fenced immediately at least for the summer -I Council told the three bidders I ized. He rejoined the unit after, "a cyclone fence in front of both order to determine educational
three days at home. Fair Association
that it believed more economical the Lawtey and Starke schools. discrepancies between
health hazard. negro and
of the potential
because-- arrangements could be made especially I Most of the personnel left camp j Red Cross Appeals Agreed to ,white.
Mark W. j employ Ralph Gainey
Adjutant General : this week I "One suggestion," said Lance I since the city had decidedto 'over the weekend to sight-see the I For Mercy Funds To Receive $333 I full time as mechanic and commodity I And finally, the Board authorized
Lance of St. Augustine "is to have the State Park Board employ a private power plant Ft. McClellan area. Mess Steward I distributor. a questionnaire

advised the Telegraph that consider the acquire this area and operate it I;expert Robert A. Brydon of Jack-. 'John L. Alvarez reported only 22 I Bradford County Red Cross For Legion Rodeo I I sentiment of both negroes study and of

Armory Board "would as it does Gold Head State Parkor sonville, for $35 a day. 'men showed up for breakfast Sunday I this week appealed for I whites in the county.
proposal made by the county, Anastasia State Park. 1 morning. In fact. Sgt. Charles j official! \, The Bradford County rodeo, ; Leaves Telegraph The questionnaire
any mat- The city seeks to transport five I financial contributions to alleviate i given the
or the City of Starke, on any of May Be Leased generating units it purchased for, ,'Schaefer said only 25 per cent of distress In the heavily sponsored by the Starke American I I! I I teachers is part of the sentiment- t

ter that pertains to the"welfare "It is quite possible that the U. $175,000 from the City of New. usual rations were issued Saturday i flooded six northeast states. Legion, netted about $333 for !' H. G. (Buddy) Davis, Telegraph testing: process.
-- in that area. be agreeable I the benefit of the Bradford Fair 'staffer, returns to the
the people S. government would Bern. A power plant addition, to I and Sunday "even though we had The Red Cross currently is i' University Survey Results
J Collins, another transfer of title to ham and I Association.The 'of Florida this week to resume Here
LeRoy to leasing or eggs. are
And Gov. I I house the new equipment, is un. I caring for 12,000 homeless and partial results of the
[ member of the Armory Board, told !the state, for this area which is der construction in Starke. | One highlight of the camp came : estimates the rehabilitation job figures for the rodeo, held teaching at the School of Journal- survey:

-I the Telegraph by letter that not essential to miliary training I It is understood that Reynolds, last Saturday, when the entire will cost $5,000,000.Bradford August 12-13, were released this ism and Communications. One white teacher, no negro,

| he would "explore the legal I operatiOns, owing to its location Smith and Hills is attempting to, I'48th Infantry Division, composed'of chapter chairman week by treasurer T. C. Hazen, Jr. j Davis edited the Telegraph dur- [(favor immediate Integration.
and financial questions" of making and area limitations." I negotiate a contract for moving Florida and Georgia units, Gene Matthews stressed that While the rodeo was a success i ing the summer months while editor Eleven white, 19 negro, favor

Poor Hole a public facility. In Collins letter to the Telegraph -the machinery. The negotiated: 'marched in review before Gov. Le- federal disaster funds are for financially, Legion Commander L. i and publisher E. L. Matthews the Court decision but believe in

Poor Hole la a naturally beau- the Governor advised he I contract is expected to be consid-,(Roy Collins of Florida and Gov. I restoration of public property. H. Gibson said it was not conducted supervised construction of the [gradual integration.

tiful thousand foot stretch on the would confer with Gen. Lance regarding -I|erably lower than the previous low, '''Marvin, Griffins of Georgia. Red Cross money is to aid Individual without a number of hitches Telegraph's plant enlargement.The. (Continued on Page Ten)

L southwest shore of Kingsley Lake. Poor Hole. I I bidder, possibly effecting a $28,000I I The parade held special significance families. and misunderstandings.

As part of Camp Blanding it is| Dr. Covington, after inspecting saving for the city. because it is the last time lie said all local funds are But he added "We figure that --

currently in the hands of the Poor Hole on two different occa-I Under this plan, the contractorI I the whole division will assemble earmarked for flood victims we learned at least a thousand $750,000 Program Found Valid

Armory Board. tions. advised the Armory Board I post $5,000 cash bond and ad., ''on one field as infantry. By next and will be used for no other dollars worth of experience." ,

Trespassing that "several hundred people use equately insure the generatingunits. summer, the division will be con- purpose.To 1 Gibson said one regrettable mis-

r For several years, people have this part of the lake and beach for In addition, the city will: 'verted to armor and many units place contributions, phone understanding concerned the priceof j COURT APPROVES CITY BONDS

made unauthorized entry and ,used picnicking, camping and bathing... j withhold 20 per cent of the transporting ., ''will change designations. I 'llor 267W.Keystone admission, which was publicized ,

the site for swimming, picnickingand "It is worthy to note that in the fee until the job is com, j I The unit was paid today (Fri- by the Legion as $1 for adults. .

camping.But I area there are not toilet facilities plete. 1 day) before leaving for home on Air Patrol {Actually. $1.25 was charged."We City of Starke's $750.000 so will be used to replace

the sub rosa park facilitywas no approved drinking water -j The Council informally agreed to I !Saturday. The men drew an estimated regret that rodeo director bond issue was validated Wed- $34,000 in 1953 sewer revenue

so abused this year that the facilities, no facilities for dis- purchase, for $1,700. an air compressor 'j $6,000 for the two weeks Slates DanceSupperOver E. Pardee (of Palatka) ordered I nesday by Circuit Judge GeorgeL. bonds and to retire a stop-gap

Bradford County health officer, Dr. posal of garbage and debris, and unit for the power plant; .encampment Labor WeekendThe tickets stating one set of prices I Patten. $250,000 bond issue sold last

A. Y Covington. condemned it as_no supervision. of area... L __ I I from Worthington Co. of Atlanta. | The unit will return by bus and when the Post understood the ad- I The validation assures prospective April.

[a health menace. I I "There is also a ratner steep natural -j I The only other bidder was Inger- I train, except personnel who drove Keystone Heights Squadronof !mission was lower," said Gibson. I bond purchasers that City officials frankly are
slope on the land to the soll and Co. of i the issue is legally within the
forward was
Birmingham, Ala. "In
One proposal put to camp. All members will arrive the Civil Air Patrol will stage discussing the situation, pessimistic about the interest
for the Armory Board to provide water for several hundred yards for 2000. \some time Sunday except Capt !a Labor Day dance and buffet supper most of the rodeo committee felt! scope of the city's powers. rate Starke may get on its new

[water and sanitary facilities on from the lake frontage I Pending further study, no action Neal M. Bertelsen, Cpl. Zack I at the Keystone Airport Saturday -lit might be better to leave the I There was no protest duringa bond issue. Straws in the wind

jlhe site. with the Bradford County Much Litter was taken on bids to furnish bat- Crawford, CpL Lamar Crosby, Pfc. I September 3. ,$1.25 admission standing since the briel> hearing in the judge'schambers are President Eisenhower's"hard
furnishing light main- "From a distance of approximately teries and battery charger, a pur- I rodeo was benefit Wednesday morning.The money" policy high interest
ommission I Owen Alvarez Jr., Sgt. Lynn Ham- 1 Purpose of the dance is to raise a program for
penance and upkeep. 200 yards from the water'sedge. |chase of about $2,000. The city has I ilton and Pfc. Wallace Parrish,. funds for squadron operation. The the Fair project. validation papers were rate on $8,000,000 of recent -
and 400 yards parallel to the five bids, but filed in the afternoon.
Lance's letter had this to engineers still are i Jacksonville bonds, and
Gen. added "Rather
feature than
who will return Monday as member -buffet supper is a cancel the show
beach there was noted an exten-|considering details of the bids. The 750 bonds, each in $1,000 high interest rate on State
'ay; of the of the last at the last minute
rear detachment on the because of the success [ we decided to
sive littering of the entire area. I denominations, will be sold to school bonds.
"We had planned to leave that i This trash consisted of paper. | j j convoy returning supplies to the i dance. {,go ahead feeling that it was a I the bidder offering the lowest

tiuarter section of land unfenced asto beer bottles beer cans, discarded Charge 01 Murder home station.Bradford. j Lt Pat Christoffers, in chargeof |'voluntary matter and no one was interest rate.. Bids will be received The rate was so high on
allow access to the lake. Now, and food of all arrangements. said the dance forced to purchase a ticket" at the City Hall until school bonds that the State
|clothing particles I I
iowever I think we should im-'1 types, including watermelon rines Faced By ConvictA Optometrist 'site at the squadron headquartershad I Gibson said the BHS football ;, 1 p.m. Wednesday, September Cabinet this week rejected all
nediately fence the area to abate been enlarged and offers bet- field, site of the rodeo, had been bids.
and fish heads i
his potential health menace. "A large number of files were first degree murder charg Helps Sight ProgramDr. ter accomodations. [I I carefully policed and was not damaged -I 14.The bond money will be used Maximum interest that

Hope People Agree noted and, as to be expected. we is likely to be pressed against The dance will start at 8 p.m. by the animals. BHS Prin- I primarily to enlarge the city Stark can pay is four per

"I hope the good people of I found evidence of fly breeding in I I I a 21-year-old convict who smothered Seymour Marco, local optometrist Tickets may be secured from any ''cipal Charles Partin commented power and water facilities. For cent. Even this I is high, how-
'tarke will with me that another prisoner to death at spent Thursday in Jacksonville CAP member. "With the use of a little
agree this area. I feel that this, in part I commer-j I his purpose $466,000 will be ever, when the federal tax-
the State Prison. assisting in the fourth I cial
revention of epidemic of any fertilizer on the
an 'explains the numerous reports by annual I free status of the bonds is con-
ind is more essential than a free residents of Kingsley this year, of I Dead is C. F. Larsen, 36yearold children sight-screening of school programfor in the: tDriving License Sale was trampled around the pens, the I. used.The new bonds however al- sidered.
A'imming lake at least for the re- prisoner serving five years age field will be in better shape thanit
of flies first
the the year .
ainder of- this summer season for a forgery offense committedin area.The Begins Next Thursday has been."
noted and reported."In Pinellas event is sponsored by the i Starke
County. Subscribers NoticeThe
nd until possibly some satisfacry The I t
addition evidence was foundtof Admitting the killing, accordingto Northeast Florida Optometric Association -. Florida driving licens.es go on paid $100 for use of t
solution of this matter can be the field
human feces contamination, Prison Supt. L. F. Chapman, [ of which Marco is a memo, sale at the office of County Judge an amount Partin said I! Starke Postoffice advises
orked oul"Referring Telegraph subscribers !
scattered throughout this area. in is Robert ber. Alex Yawn next Thursday, Sep- was more than adequate to repair I ,
to the proposal of some instances just adjacent to a St. Johns serving County one breakingand yearon tember 1. any damage.The I I who are on the new home delivery routes to notify the i

.aking the area a public beach, the water's edge. entering charge. Heilbronn SchoolThe Yawn this week reminded Brad- Legion Executive Board was j:I I Telegraph of their new addresses so newspaper delivery !

ance said .he "cannot forecast"e "In view of the above noted condition Chapman said States Atty. T. ford citizens that the 1955 Legis- told that the rodeo gross receipts will not be delayed. This form is for the convenience of !

outcome.He said that under federal law,, it is my opinion that a E. Duncan had conducted an investigation Heilbronn School will begin lature hiked the cost of regular lamounted to $1,769. Out of this, subscribers who can return it by mail or leave it at the' ;

great potential danger to public and he expected Dun- the new term Monday, August licenses from $1 to $1.25. Chauf- the Legion hopes to turn $333 over office.
ie land will revert to the federal I. health exists which is rapidly be- can to ask for a first degree mur 29. "We plan to have school]I feur's licenses were raised from to the Fair Association.I I i iI
jvemment unless used for mili- '
coming more acute. der indictment when the Union: all day and will serve lunch at; $2 to $2.25. I addition, however, the Legion I Subscribers
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ry purpose. even this doe I ------------
ban "It is my opinion that the onlyway County grand jury meets. noon," said L. H. Futch, principal. The Legislature raised the cost operated the concession stand, and,,
)t a public beach, he indi' to control the situation is to Until then, Scott is detained in I "It is important that the children .. of licenses for the purpose of I this also will to the Fair I

.ted the, if prior approval is giver L prevent the access by the public in i the Prison's "Flat Top" section L come prepared to stay al 1 financing driver education in the Association money when all go bills are paid. NEW address _____________________________ :
Secretary ot the Army. this area." for unruly prisonrs. day." public school system. I i


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Telegraph Walls Come Tumbling Down PAGE TWO FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1953

editorialGolden Farmer's
DiaryBy -
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Sam McGarvey ... i
Thread 01 Education f [ ;
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All of which reminds us that >7:;_r "
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there are certainly a wide varietyof
Brightens Fabric; Of HistoryImagine gates on farms. For instance -i.J j {WONT STAND INSPECTION, !

there's the heavy kind that Sam

if you will, the American nation as a built when we first started here. :1 ". \, REROOF YOURlOUSE. i

gigantic loom. Fed into the loom are threads of He thought he was making a .-: v \ 1
gate that would last forever, but t tt \
of fires
national affairs'threads consisting ;
the trouble was the thing was so
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stock reports, cold war, subversive investigations, heavy that shortly after it was PROTECTION f

plane crashes, automobile deaths, politics, farm put up it started to sag, and it t J1I .

surpluses.The Well it sure has turned off has ever s'mce. Now that gate is

loom, as the shuttles thrash back and dry again, and it looks like the a mess. It's very heavy and to '

forth, is weaving the fabric of American society. rain makers must have taken a open it you; have to both lift and v.t !

Most of the fabric, as we can easily see. is drab.It vacation. We took a look at our drag itWe

is a dull homespun its dullness stemming from strawberry runner plants and wonder if other farmers I I II

floods and hurricanes, bank robberies and inter- found that some were already have their gate troubles, too. After .t v I

and violence. dead and the rest of them looked the heavy gate, Sam started z
national clashes reapportionment ,. b:1k ,. l. ,j.". E .116A I
But the fabric becomes beautiful because of a parched, so we.moved the irriga- making them out of just light i
tion pipe into position and turnedon
threads originatingfrom framing and regular fence wire, .\ old brick wall which I
handful of golden threads the pump. How the soil drank once housed a saloon, rame tumbling ,
but in this case the trouble was
human courage and perseverance, from the up the water, and the plants look- the down recently as workmen prepared to unite the old and the i
just opposite-the things were
churches, from where ever men are when they ed better a short time after we too light, and a hog just plain new sections of the Bradford County Telegraph. When Bradford ii iI i

stamp out evil and do good.. started up the system. rooted it out of the way. was "wet," a man was shot to death only a few feet from

The most golden thread of all and the one We think we know how to where workmen are standing; which was the saloon's bar area. % SERVICES I
We moved the pipe in the mid- = l lBULDER3'
which makes the pattern most beautiful is the build a 10 or 12 ft. gate that will The Telegraph's expansion: now Hearing completion will more
dle of a hot day and after hand- {
school system. not but than double the floor Workmen in the SUPPLIES' -
American public ling that hot pipe it occurred to sag we; haven't gotten space. picture are employees -

Free public schools are taken for granted, simp- us that anyone who has a slow round to making one yet. We've of the contractor, Triest Construction Co., but in the t

ly because they are American heritages deeply working hand can speed him up seen some on the farms here in middle background is Telegraph owner and editor< Eugene L A1.cAfA i!

woven in the fabric of society. by setting him to moving hot irrigation Bradford County we've visited, Matthews. Others, left to right, are Fred Victor of Starke iI

But we can imagine nothing more in accord pipe. After he grabs and it really is truly delightfulto (leaning over wheelbarrow), Leon Kujkendall, M. J. Eilanil and .

with the American philosophy that all men are hold of a length of it, he'll either release a catch or bar, and Fred DeFelice of Keystone Heights. I
then have a gate swing withan
equal before God that all are entitled to the move fast or he'll turn it loosein easy push. open -
a hurry.
same chance to succeed in life. Upon this premiseis S STalked Just about the most convenient

based the concept of a basic education for all. to Russell Green of gate we've seen around here yet Home DemonstrationNotes

Schools, as we say, are taken for granted. Thereare Brooker this week and he said he is the one on Judge: Yawn's place.

at this season when schools are opening, the did fine with his tobaccothathe You just drive your car right up

usual newspaper stories about the ringing of produced over a ton to the to it, bump it with your bumper, byDOROTHY ...

classroom bells. There is the usual flood of acre. and it flies; you drive in, and the 1 ..,"..,..:,., '. .. ".
: band practice, gate swings shut. Trouble with ROSS .. ': S"'Jt
notices about school registration, .- : \ i
Had the usual repair work this that kind, though, is that itwouldn't Home Demonstration Agent I 1\J1J.
and football tryouts. week; there's always something take long before a cow 'Nl

And. for many parents, school symbolizes some- busted or out of order on this like Comfort, or a sow like Lily, 1J .\... .":
thing of a welcome relief. Three months, coopedup place. This time it was the electric to, discover how to work it, and Fall Vegetable GardeningIn filled or custard-filled cakes or .., "'.
the fall in Florida, at pastries that IS' --"
with the boundless energy of Junior can be line pole that carries the from then on it would be chase least a good gardener's fancy are spoilage haz- : IJ'l' .: .' -'., ','' ,,
"juic; to Finnigan. the cow or hog. ards.All -
exasperating. turns to thoughts of gardening. too often food prepared in
to that
We take.a moment bemoan one Successful home gardening is a quantity for community picnicsor "
education in the mass tends to stamp all children Alice had cut a cypress pole Been noticing a fine patch of year-round affair, but now is the other get togethers is not safe- .
and trimmed it, so it wasn't muchof peas that is planted across the VALUABLESOpen
into the same pattern, that initiative becomes less best time to start planning to pro- guarded by adequate refrigeration.For FOR
a job to do the re-wiring and highway from Leon Norman'shome.
of a- premium, that "go along with the crowd" duce the family's supply of fresh safety, chill food as promptly -
pull the wires up, using the fence That field is certainly a
vegetables at home. as possible after cooking and
psychology becomes ingrained. stretchers for the That's pretty sight to see.
purpose. "ap4"
Your soil should be it at 40
preparednow. keep degrees F. colder
But. beyond this obstacle that can be and the third pole we've put at that S S or doors and windows, more frequent absence -
If you have observed stunt- -that is good refrigeration tem-
often is surmounted by the publicityeducatedchild place in six years. Alice is making more scupper-
ed the root-knot
plants perature-until served until
reheated from vacations these
the schools are one of the brightest spotsin nong jelly this week, and Sam is home mean
matode, fumigate the soil with DD for serving.If .
the fabric of the American loom. Seems to Sam that in farminghe delighted for that is about his 10-14 days before planting. Locate a mixed salad 1 greater perils for valuables and important

School be held in barns under trees any- has spent a good part of his favorite jelly. the planting near watering containing pro-
can tein
foods meat, fish
S SOld eggs
time could
just and home. Fire thieves
opening closing kept at or
edifices blackboards, chairs, facilities, if possible.In .
where. Magnificant is
poultry prepared in quantity -
gates. This may sound ridiculous, Nellie Belle, our 1939 sta-
books these are auxiliaries. fertilizing, use about 1 poundof refrigerate in small enough strike while you're Your valuables
crayons, even but on some days that front gateof tion wagon, is sure getting a good 6-8-6 for each linear feet of away.
They do not make a school. ours is opened and closed 20 workout these days averaging almost containers so that it can chill should have Safe Box
row on sandy or clay soils. jear-round Deposit
The real key to the school system is the teacher or 30 times and each time it 100 miles a day. Like the old Make plantings every 10 or 14 rapidly. If put in the refrigeratorin
minds toward means out of the backin mare, she be what large buckets, as is sometimes here in vault.A .
the calm hands that guide young get car, gray may not days instead of one planting. done protection our
of again, or off and on the tractor she used to be, but right now chilling may be so slow that
to God love country, respectfor
Crops to Plant and Dates Are:
will box this bank few dollarsa
spoilage in the
we're proud of the old gal. .. occur center. at costs only a
fellow men. August 15 to September 10: Nowadays when so many peopleuse

Just briefly think of the terrific impact the field peas, snap beans, cucumbers, frozen cooked dishes, care year. Rent yours now.FLORIDA .

teacher makes on young and impressionableminds. okra, summer squash, mustard, must be taken against spoilage

From teachers, the child often gets the and tomatoes. during thawing. If food takes as
idle the September 10 to October 1: many as 3 to 4 hours to thawat
first concept of the futility of gossip,
dnd snap beans, beets, collards, turnips, room temperature there may be
value of. friendship, the love of truth. leaf lettuce, peas, endive, and spoilage. For such food, thawingin

We recall an old teaching 9f Confucious, the stt wberries. the refrigerator is advised.

Chinese philospher, which went something like If possible, plant following a The most common food poison- of STARKE
rain or an irrigation. Soak hard- > BANK
this: ing comes from toxin given off as

Cleanse your hearts, and your whole body will coated seeds like beets overnight bacteria develop in food. This toxin .
and ai.
be cleansed. A cleansed body leads to a cleansed before plant slightly planting.deeper Open than rows normal. usually does not change taste Member Florida National Group
odor of the food
Or appearance
results in cleansed
A cleansed family a
Plant the seed thick in the row thus food
A cleansed community is the key to = By Geo. T. Huggins gives no warning. If
community. and press the soil firmly over the has been left in a warm place too

a cleansed nation. County Agent seed. Thin to a stand as soon as long, you can't count on makingit

The modern day keystone in- this formula is Agricultural Extension Service the plants are about two inches safe by reheating.

the teacher, who comes in contact with malleable high. Cultivate often but only
Coastal BermudaIf sample of your soil or stop in and deep enough to destroy the weeds, --
minds when they are the most receptive as they
you want to see what Coastal we'll talk more about getting a or you can mulch the garden.
school doors for the avowed to
purpose Bermuda will do in about 100 sample. There is no cost for get- Watch out for insects. Get a nnnnnnnnnnnnnnThe

learn. days, drive out towards Keystone ting the tests made. supply of malathion, DDT, or lin-

And, as demonstrated by Confucious, the mes- about two miles and keep lookingon We anticipate an increased dane, since any of these materialswill

sage of the teacher does not die. Instead of the. north side of the road. strawberry acreage this year. control most of the garden in-

diminishing with the years, it becomes a chain E. P. Menzen, owner and opera- This will be good for at least two sects.

which is handed down and magnified in volume tor of our largest cage layer plant, reasons. It is a crop adapted to Zineb will control most foilage

and influence. cleaned, prepared and cut in Ber- our soils and more volume will disease in the garden.

muda sprigs on this 18 acres dur- certainly strengthen our market.Strawt.erries Check Extension Circular 104R,
So we can be thankful for the American public
ing the first half of April. Lime will bring in a little Vegetable Garden Production
school system. And we pay even more fervent Guide, for other gardening infor-
was added in addition to the ma- cash at a time that it is mighty
thanks to the school teachers.In nure from the poultry plant. Lookat helpful. mation. You can get a free copyof

Bradford County, we have teachers like this pasture and exclaim. this publication at your Home

others throughout the nation, teachers generallyso Rat Killing Time Demonstration Agent's office.
Several of our farmers have Recently we reminded of f3
dedicated that salary is secondary and love put in some Coastal Bermuda pas a few rat facts and invited you you Chickens
Lice in chicken flock ruin
a can
of a job is foremost. These are teachers who, ture this summer. This dual pur- to visit our office for more information -
production in short order. Each
discouragement and hardship, rebound pose grass responds well to high
despite on the use of Warfarinrat flock should be examined for this
with vigor to the never-ending task of channeling fertilization in pasture for graz- bait. We have a small supplyof pest once a month. If lice are
ing or to te cut for hay. Someof
Warfarin available to at
young minds.So you found, a 1 per cent solution of
for the moment, we pay tribute to the teacher the largest plantings have been a very attractive introductoryprice. lindane used as a roost spread will
made by Z. W. Hamilton, J. B.
the servant whose labors we pray No matter where you getit do an efficient job of killing the
White, Foster Shi Smith and
Warfarin is the killer for rats. lice and will also kill poultry
from the vineyards
shall always bring good yield Dick Ferguson.
You will be how littleit
surprised mites at the same time if the
of human endeavor. Mosquitoes costs to rid your place of rats.BROOKER house i3 also infected by these '' ; <
H. G. D. Most of the time we think of *
pests. The lindane can be usedas
the bite as being the only annoy- ........tnyyyyyrnynlyyyy a spray or painted on the roosts

ance of the mosquito. The mo- and nests. It may take four or
Man Vs. Machine
squito be
can a severe problem.
five days to get a 100 per cent
These little pests can cause livestock -
kill as lindane is a little slower
Telegraph staffer happened to be in a medical to lose weight and they than nicotine sulfate.

emergency room the other day. Just stayed five can cause poultry to lay fewer IJy Polly Walt Jr. Cold Safeguards Foods

minute eggs. They are the main carriers uuiuuu.uu..uuu11'MU Cooked food accounts for most

First came a lady with a split finger. Caughtit of fowl pox or sore head in poul- MeetingThe cases of food poisoning in hot sum- :

in door she explained. try.You mer weather. Food cooked in advance -
a car
WMU of the Brooker
can help get rid of mo- Bap-
and then not chilled promptly -
Next came a Brooker lad with watery eyes. tist Church met afternoon
Friday ,
squitoes for
by looking places of and kept chilled gives the most
Seems he lit a match to peer into a truck batterycell standing water where they might August 18. at the church with troutle. 41 +

when BOOM the battery exploded and breed. Such places can be temp- seven members present. Although thorough cooking destroys -

threw acid in his eyes. orary rain pools, flooded areas, Opening prayer was by ;Mrs. most bacteria, it does not .
Next came a fellow with a lame shoulder. Just marshy places, ponds, water in H. C. Douglas and the devotionalby protect food against later spoilage k

broke it he said when his motorcycle threw him tin cans rain gutters, and discarded Mrs. J. K. Douglas. Mrs. Les- '- if the food is not refrig- _

to the ground. old tires.Whenever ter, as program chairman, gave avery erated. Cooking makes many

practical and possible interesting talk on modern foods, particularly protein foods,
Now, we've long accepted the fact that things eliminate these breeding day Palestine. more soft and moist for easier stuff that nest eggs are built of. .
have changed. We've staring at lights
quit neon places. You might want to applyan Presiding at the business meet- growth of bacteria.

air-conditioned buses, and speedometers calibratedup insecticide to some places ing was Mrs. Theo Dyal, presi Thus, it's the "stewed" chicken
to 125 miles per hour. holding water. Usually about one dent. The next meeting will be that stands in its broth overnighton It takes about 150 eggs for each replacement

But, honestly. couldn't we all' use a walk downa ounce to 100 square feet or 10 Friday. September 16. the kitchen table or the stuf- pullet to pay for all costs-after that you can

long country lane once in a while? quarts to one acre is sufficient. Circle Meets. fed hard-cooked eggs that waited start building your nest egg for the future!
Do not apply insecticides to fish The Lubedia Pinholster Circle several hours in the picnic bucket -

ponds or ornamental pools. A met. at the home of Mrs. H. C. or the unrefrigerated cream7oto'OS SECURITY
Security Egg Mash supplies all the nutrients
We see where Sen. Spessard L. Holland of light mist of pyrethrum can be Douglas Tuesday evening August

Florida thinks Dwight D. Eisenhower can't be used to kill mosquito larvae in 16. with four members and one needed for body maintenance and continued high

beat if he seeks the U. S. Presidency again.We're fish ponds or ornamental pools visitor present. After the pro- production as well. Remember, your pullets will

without poisoning fish or plants. gram and business meeting delicious draw body reserves to meet high production,
glad to see Holland in focus at last. His Strawberry Time Near refreshments were served upon

Democratic label and Republican voting record Many folks are already be- by Mrs. Douglas.The if an extra margin of nutrients is not proved in

sort of threw him out of kilter. ginning to set berries. Notice next meeting will be Sep- 1 k666 the daily ration.

Now he matches up again. We'll be happy to many other plots cut for the ini- tember 12 at the home of Mrs. MASH

see him run on the Republican ticket when reelection tial soil preparations. This is the Earl Green. Why take chances? Rely on Security Egg Mash

time comes up. first very important step. Garden ClubMembers '1 I At dealers.SECURITY.
One of the troubles we have is your

.....".........aal II' ,....ILhsiM.S..AJa, -afL.t.. ..d.'.......+mmu.=ia.nI ". a.......i.. .. "" "....,",, the rotting of the plant encouraged of the Brooker Garden PEST CONTROL SECURitrplS!
under the direction
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. or caused by inadequate soil I.. W. of Mrs. TERMITESALL L'"' 0 MILLS of Jacksonville, Inc.
1879 preparations. There must be time Markey, transplanted 10
E. L. MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR for all organic matter to tho- palms along the main street last TYPES OF 1700 W. Church SI., Jacksonville, Fla.Forpu1f .

roughly decompose. week. These palms were given to CROAT SPRAYING

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Getting the soil near the pro- the community by the county as with
Florida Pest Contro)
PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY per Ph was helpful to those who specified in the county community s u
tried it last year. A soil test is beautification program. & Chemical Co.

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD the only way of determining the The Garden Club would like to Phone Franklin 6-6035

SUBSCRIPTION RATES real need for lime or dolimite. A express its appreciation for the 24 X. W. 16th Ave WE DELIVER TO YOUR FARMnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
few farmers added hard wood palms, since they add so much to
SIX MONTHS 1.75 Fla.
ONE YEAR 3.00 Gainesville,
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTE rD AS SECOND CLASS ashes. This is good but it is an the beauty of the community.The .
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER expensive way to get calcium. Garden Club will resume its Call for estimate
M I q 2"- .-IT: 'JiJr.IJII1I111''IIII.mliII: ; IIII1IIIII'1I'1I'rI'1J'!! : ; '! ihimna:! Bring us a representative monthly meetings September 16.



AUGUST 26 1935 .

tYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYLAWTEY Bradford High School this fall. Mary Julia and Terry Futch.

Rev. and Mrs. George Purga and'I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and awiwr! r : 1 t / t\

\ son, Tim, were greeting old friends son, Wendell, "were visiting the HIGHLAND
here last week as they were en- Eustice Kelly family in New River -

route to Ohio for a vacation. Rev. on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. By Sirs. D. E. Ilill By Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ASP Saves Money for Thrifty Millions on
Purga was a former pastor ot the Glenn Williamson and son, _
Methodist Church. Robby, spent the weekend with 4AAAAAAAAAIIIMIiilUAANew

Misses Joan Parrish and Jewell Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett and (Voters Each Sunday, Sunday School at
Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. returned I
Higginbotham of Maxville are Gary. Sixteen new voters registeredfor 9:45 a.m., services at 11 ajn. and -
to the home of her daughterand visiting Mrs. Sam Hicks.A Mr. and Mrs. R. W Moseley and the city elections before the 7 p.m., teachers and officers meet- a

son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. birthday dinner was held on family of Orlando are visiting the August 20 deadline, making a ing at 7:30. Prayer meeting each RYDAY
Luther after
Milliard last Sunday Sunday at the old R. Futch home Senior Moseleys this week. total of 120 eligible to vote September Wednesday.Mr. .
spending some time in Jacksonville for Mrs. Bob Futch. Those' sharIng Mrs. Effie Boatright and daughter 13. : and Mrs. L. :M. Norman
with another daughter Mrs.
this honor with Mrs. Futch Merle, were visiting relativesin First Graders made a business trip to Jackson
Raymond Suber. She was accompanied were the Lea McClellan family, Tampa last week. Nineteen first-graders enrolled ville Saturday and their daughter,

home by Mrs. Suber Misses the Joe Starling family, the Britt Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Miss Friday August 19, in the regis Evelyn, accompanied them home
Joyce Garden and Lucil Reed, Rosier family, Everett Futch Mr. Ola Mae and Danny Phillips at- tration day at Hampton School, for the weekend.The .
Donald and Jake Thornton.
and Mrs. Cedric Rosier, Mr. and tended a family reunion at the according to Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, G. L. Sapps of Heilbronn
Pvt. Donald Suber Is on ,a two Mrs. Ray Rosier, :Mr. and Mrs. C. home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hil- principal. visited the Lacy Normans Sunday.

weeks leave from Ft. Jackson, Rowe the :Melson Privetts, the J. liard in Tampa last Sunday.Mrs. School Monday, August Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling
where he has completed basic opens
R. Devores, the Obed Pauleys all Lulu Dority and son, F. A. through spent the weekend in Lawtey with
29, for all grades, one
training. He will be at a Baltimore Il
of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. James spent last week at Jacksonville eight at Hampton school, at 8:15a. : the Joe Starlings.Mrs. .
Training Center for the next
12 months. Starling of Starke and Mr. and Beach with the Milton Jenkins m.Faculty. F. M. Herndon and daugh- FOO'r
:Mrs. Charles Starling of High family. Little Joan Jenkins returned ters, Mary and Margie, returned
Sunday guests of Mrs. Volley home with them for a visit. Entertained home this weekend after spendinga
Reddish and Mrs. Sue Ratoiu were land.Mr. Mr. and Following the BEA meeting in
and Mrs. Howard Miner and Mrs. O. J. Anders and few days in Georgia. I
Mr and Mrs. Joe Wallace of State son Billy are Starke Monday morning, August !
visiting anotherson i
son of Jacksonville were Sunday The John Bennetts of State I
22, Mrs. Ola :M. Perkins enter
Farm and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. James
and his wife, in Palat- Farm I
dinner guests of Mrs. Effie Miner. attended church here Sun-
Sapp of Heilbronn. ka. tained her faculty at a luncheonat It
Those attending the Hampton her home on Church Street in day.
Freddy Moore who has been Miss Helen Hicks is t
Baptist Revival on Friday eveningwere spending Hampton.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crews of
attending a boy's school In Hen- Rev. Edgar Wilkerson, Mr. sometime in Daytona with rela Jacksonville visited Maggie Crews r ANN PAGE PURE .
dersonville, N. C., returned home and Mrs. Fred :Moore, Miss Elizabeth tives.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythe and Friday afternoon. ? ;
last Monday. He plans to enter Terry, Mrs. J. T. Futch, Miss and Mrs. George McCall of son, W. O. Forsythe and Mrs. Ina i iI Mrs. David Kirkland and chil- STBAWBERRYPRESERVES
Palatka were weekend guests of and' visited in
Knight son, Robert dren returned to Jacksonville after
Mr. McCall's father, Mr. R. L. Mc I Jacksonville Beach Sunday with
spending a week with the Marrs
They all visited relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Otis Forsythe.Mr. I
Columbia City on Sunday. and Mrs. James Gorley and family. imAWBt ti r
Johnny Converse, who is a Marine children of New Brunswick, N. J. | Charlotte Tanner ana Lorene ;
SCHOOL :|:Mosely of Jacksonville visited in
stationed in Jacksonville, is left last weekend for home aftera
visiting his mother, Mrs. Earl Pre- week's visit in Hampton with i I Highland Sunday.i .
i Made from luscious, J/-OZ See,
vatt.Mr. Mrs. Gorley's parents, Mr. and i 1 21C t.s
SCHOOL SPECIALS! and Mrs. C. B. Hiatt and Mrs. C. A. Cox. D. Lazenby Finishes bun-ripened
straxt berries SOYe of A'PI
family spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Day of Tam Forest School Course GLASS (ome
relatives in Crystal River and In pa visited Thursday with Mr. and I

With the Purchase of $1.00 or More You verness.garet remained Misses for Jean and Mar Mrs. Willard M. Jones. in Hamp- J, D. Lazenby of Starke was IONA Plain or SelfRisingFLOUR -
a longer visit. ton.
May Purchase A $1.00 Mrs. Carl Edwards and of I one of a group of foresters to LbBag $163
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Studer and I graduate from the University of 25
Gainesville F
were Monday guests of Mrs. Pauline Disney returned last Florida's forest ranger school in
Mrs. Leona Edwards.
BALL POINT week after a vacation trip through Lake City August 19.
Miss Glenn Ann Sapp of Miamiis
Southern Florida. Earlier the is of 35 students
Lazenby one
spending her vacation with her Swandowns White, Yellow, or Devil Food
C Studers drove
to Spring City completing the 48-week curriculumand
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Au- Tenn., to bring Mrs. Disney home field experience. Graduates

PENONLY thur The Pearce.W. B. Devine family has after several there. weeks visit with relatives -I(are credits.entitled to 18 regular college I CAKE MIXES 320-ozPkgs 19C

bought the Irvin Shaw place and
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins I Principal speaker at the graduation
will there
Mrs.move in the near future. and :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox visited exercises was Rep. Doyle IONA Full PackTOMATOES
Margaret McSwain and
twins, Ronnie and Donnie, of Ft. Sunday with Mrs. Cox's brother -.E.| Conner of Starke, speaker- 303 Cans
77e BY 5, t SIMMONS, B-S- Pierce VV. M. Phillips, who is seri j I nominee of the Florida House of S 2 21C
friends here
were visiting
last week. ously ill in the Florida East Coast Representatives.FRIGIDAIRE.
Hospital in St. Augustine.Mr. I
and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh
fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYT* Mission Inn Unpeeled Comstock Unit of Two
Jr. and family of Jacksonvillewere
dI weekend visitors in Hampton Apricot Halves 2 Mb Cans 35c Cherry Pie Mix 2 21-oz Cans 45c
= STATE FARMBy with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sax

on.Debbie THERE'S JUST ONE Pacific Brand Small Early June Betty Crocker

:Mrs.: O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs. D.Hill E., Hill daughter, celebrated of Mr.her FRIGIDAIREMade Sweet Peas 2 Mb Cans 29c Pie Crust Mix 2 9-oz Pkgs 33c

fourth birthday Wednesday, August only by General Nibblets Whole Kernel :Minute Man
17, with a small party at
All other i
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace and Corp. -
son were visiting in Jacksonville her home. Electric Refrigerators are i Golden Corn 12-oz Cans 29c Frosting Mix lO'/-ozPkg 23cFor
Ralph Jones, son of Mr. and
Sunday.Mr. made by other companies '
Mrs. Willard M. Jones, is visit- The Laundry SHORTENING
1/ and Mrs. P. -S" Crews had and cannot the word
L as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.C. ing in Hampton with his parents Frigidaire.use I All Detergent 25-lbPail $4.98 Snowdrift 3-lb Can 77c
after a trip through the Midwest
D. Sellers and daughter, Em- ..
and Texas. Daily Brand TALCO I 1Q
ma Lou, and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, {
Which Triplet Trades At Koch'sVh ? all of Auburndale., The Crews Mr.son and Guy Mrs.were Arnold weekend Haddockand visit- Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Cat Food 6 8-ozCans 35c Laying Mash 25-lbBag $1.09

and their guests were visiting ..
? ?
\ could it be but the. happy, drooling I Mrs. Crews' brother-in-law and tors in. C.Jacksonville.Mrs. C. Dees and children of
sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shawin THEN SEE
Haines City visited last week with
character in the middle? Our tremendous Lacrosse Sunday. her niece, Mrs. W. A. Saxon, and I I "Super-Right" Fancy Sugar Cured SLAB
Quite a few of the Farm residents family.Mr. IE. H. SMITH

stock, sky-high quality and open display attended the revival at and Mrs. B. B. Eiland and i Lb
Dedan last week. children and Mrs. Mc- flEAKAST BACON
I Tenth and Temple AveI .
takes the nerve-jangling 'hopping' out of Miss Anna Ruth Crosby was a Daniels are visiting this week in I 3SCI I
guest of her cousin, Beverly Jo Arkansas and Mississippi. I Starke Fla.

items Crosby, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Williamsof "Super-Right"
shopping. Our prices on are so
Joe Neil Belch, who is with Tampa visited in Hampton !
the armed forces, is spending a Sunday with the J. W. Homes. I
low that want to slink out the door likea
you 30 day leave with his parents, Ed Dees of Plant City is spend- I

Mr. and Mrs. Belch. ing this week with Billy Saxon,
foot-pad with a bagful of booty. Give Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Addisonand son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sax- BRIGHT IDEA! Super-Right Western Pork All Meat

Cecil and Charles, spent
your shopping dollar a transfusion.KOCH'S their sons vacation in Tampa as guestsof on.Richard May is home on fur- Spare Ribs Lb 35c Bologna Lb 35c

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. lough from the Air Force and expects Ii'
L. Drawling. They were accom- to be sent overseas to Italyin Allgood Super-Right 100% Pure Pork y '

panied home by their son, Richard,I September. He now is stationed o r I County Style FreshBreakfast
who was employed in Tampa for at Gunter Field, Ala. Sliced Bacon Lb 47c
DRUG STORE the summer. I f I Sausage Lb 49c

frrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrPINE Armour's Star Canned Spiced 3-lb Can
and Headless
Mrs. R. G. babyof I LargeShrimp
L ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED Graham and Joseph Taibi of j j I Luncheon Meat Lb 99c Lb
COMPLETE UNE OF DRUGS,SUNDRIES COSMETICS Astoria; N. Y., were supper guestsof I LEVEL 69c

PHONE 53 WE DELIVER STARKE. FLA. the O. E. Crosbys Tuesday I

Please leave State Farm news..1 1

: in Box 38. Thanks. California Vine Ripened

Mrs. W. E. Hall is spending a i

while with her son-in-law and EVERYDAY!

daughter, Rev. and Mrs. J. E. ..,
Murrhee at Hilliard, while recovering HONEYDEWSLarge

from an operation in Glen- '
$40-00 t ; dale Hospital in Palatka ,two 4l IP 'lllri

\ weeks ago.Vernon .
washer i and Ronald Crosby accompanied ICE Size
For old !
your iv by Mr. and Mrs. Lucian CREAM 49CFirm

iI! Conner of the State Farm were
I visiting relatives in Miami last
i week. 1 1su RedRipe -
t I Swanson Boned """ "
Mrs. V. E. Thornton spent partof TomatoesLb 19c
AGITATORAUTOMATIC : last week with Mr. and Mrs. TURKEY 5-oz Can 33c
; i ECONOMAT WASHER t Earl Thornton. Eastern Elberta Swanson BonedCHICKEN

i F Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and aat Fresh Peaches Lb 9c 5-oz Can 37c

son, Lynn, spent Friday and Sat- Luscious Ripe Swanson ChickenGolden
. T __ urday in Jacksonville, with Mr.
Lb lOc FRICASSEE 14-oz Can 39c
and Mrs. A. F. Hall and family. Bananas

Mrs. Roberta Lamb of Ona and Fresh CutCrisp Libby'sCORNED .
Use it anywhere .
I I t Mrs. Alice Crosby of Tampa re BEEF 12-oz Can 45c
I Carrots 2 for 25c
works casters
Because it on you I turned home yesterday after Libby's Corned
this Bendix Washer v her- + '
ran use t- two weeks with Mr. and Thompson's WhiteSeedless
spending BEEF HASH Mb Can 29c
the Cream of
In the kit- Ice
ever there's a faucet Mrs. H. H. LVis. V Lb 15c Libby's
then, laundry, even the bath. Mrs. B. M. McRae visited hei
filling hose snaps right on any 0- trother-in-law and sister, Mr, Large Firm Ripe >- .. POTTED MEAT 3 3%-oz Cans 25c

faucet. Drain hose hooks over and Mrs. W. H. Groover, at Or 'Parl Avocadoes Each lOc Libby's

edge of sink. lando. California BestCantaloupes VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 4-oz Cans 17c

ANYWHERE Mr. and Mrs. Joe Libby's
t ROLLS AWAY Dobbs spent
FOR EASY STORAGE i'' Friday night with the B. M. Mc Quak1Yfor Large Size 19c TRIPE 11-oz Can 23c

kitchens small apartments. Any i Raes. Wilson's "BIF"CHOPPED

What a delight for compact ;i.' :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and .... BEEF 12-oz Can 29c
closet will do, or you can slipcover } the H. M. McRaes attended the "w !'fjll/I J/ Jane ParkerLUSCIOUS LaChoy Meatless
It, use it as a table. I funeral of W. R. Wood in Jack everyday enjoyment I ..
; CHOP SUEY Mb Can 33c
sonville. :'
i YET IT'S A FULL-SIZE I : ..... '
GENUINE BENDIX! Mrs. V. E. 'Thornton visitec ""'';! .. ." ..'fj., '\ \ Heinz Chopped

It's )lil'a'legitator Action I t Mrs. Helen Sapp at Heilbronr Everybody loves ice cream. f' ., .... BABY FOOD 2 Jars 29c
Friday of last week. (, STRAWBERRY Planters SaltedPEANUTS
gets a big 8-lb. family wash I E Quality wise folks loved .. .a
thoroughly clean. And unlike 't Rev. and Mrs. Hall and daughter d Superior. It's real ice cream \ ... ., : / 7'/2-oz Can 37c
Mrs. J. E. Murrhee, stoppe "..
many other agitator washers -the best in town! Next h'\: ," Karo Blue Label
with the H. M. McRaes Monday:
it washes the full 8 Ibs. at peak on their way home from Palatka time, enjoy Superior qua! >z SYRUP 24-oz Bottle 23c
efficiency never chokes up! ity-for better food, better _-- Nabisco

fun. Sold at local stores. Large 8-Inch PREMIUM CRACKERS Mb Box 23c
$189.95 -4 Served in finest PIE 49C Shortening I


RICH Cups J Prices in this ad effective through I
-J Jane Parker
;. Pints'| Saturday, August 27aalltH i

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FRIDA'AtGrSl' 26, 193 i

,., 6 4'" I -frJ-fJ--_, .,6_ -rIrfJ rf Sharon Green Marries Miss Jimmie Moncrief Honored At Shower ,
| '
II Miss Sylvia Alvarez 1 Couple To Be Honored Junior \Vomen MeetThe

IIt:Mr. Sweat In Georgia I Staged August 1 18 At Home Of Mrs. HouptMiss I. Honored \Vith Supper \Vith Affair SundayMr. executive board of the( !I

t\Vedding On August 2 Jimmie Moncrief, whose Mrs. Miles greeted the guestsat I.And Kitchen ShowerThe and Mrs. Ralph Alvarezare Junior Woman's Club will meet i.

marriage to Joseph Walker will the door and presented themto I holding "open house" Sunday Wednesday evening, August 31, i
be an event of August 27, was the the receiving line composed of home of Major and Mrs. afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clockfor at 8 o'clock in the home of the I

inspiration for a delightful bridal Mrs. Houpt, Miss Moncrief and Harry M. Hatcher Jr. at Camp the friends and relatives of president, Mrs. Doyle Conner, 311 ,

shower given Thursday evening, her mother, Mrs. J. H. Moncrief.Mrs. Blanding was the scene of a love- their daughter, Miss Sylvia Alva- Clark Street.
buffet and kitchen I II
Gladys Mooty August 18, from 7:30 to 9 o'clockat DuPre invited the guests to ry shower supper Miss Al- rez and ier fial-e, Michael Pick- If
Phone 35 : ,r-w--1: the home of Mrs. C. J. Houpton the tea table and Mrs. Thomasand honoring Sylvia ering.
varez, popular bride elect, and her I Louise
North Walnut Street. Mrs. Outlaw were in chargeof Michael The The affair is being held at the Stern
Hostesses for the affair were the gift table. fiance Pickering. Alvarez home at 1502 Brownlee I

Miss Fay Paulk Bride-Elect Is Honored Mrs. Houpt. Mrs. V. W. Strick- I The punch table was overlaid event August took 12. place Friday evening, Street (the old Blanding high- StudioREGISTRATION I
land, Mrs. E. F. Miles, Mrs. J. H. way East city limits).
with a imported linen cloth and The hosts and hostesses for
With Bridal Shower Given At Woman's Club .DuPre, Mrs. Jim Ritch, Mrs. B. T. I All friends and relatives of the
i Thomas and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. centered with a crystal punch this affair were :Mr. and Mrs. !

The Starke Woman's Club was and centered with silver punchbowls I A pink and white color motif bowl from which was served pink Lavern Outlaw, Mr. and Mrs. D. tend.young couple are invited to at- For ,

the scene of a beautiful bridal I that were surrounded with j.p.. "-'; ., II was achieved in the beautiful arrangements punch. Around the bowl, ivy was L. Thomas, and Major and Mrs. Music Lessons August t

shower Tuesday evening honoring ,Southern smilax. Placed at in- r of roses throughoutthe entwined and interspersed with Hatcher. ChurchVomen 29 and 30 (
Miss Fay Paulk, popular bride- tervals in the Southern smilax "\ party rooms. The mantel in pink blossoms. Mrs. W. B. Mun- The diningroom table was over Stage

elect whose marriage to Ervin :were sprays of pink .Pinocchio the livingroom held epernettes at dy presided at the punch bowl. laid with a hand crocheted table- Sommer Stork ShowerMrs. 213 Lafayette St.

Andrews will be an event of Sep-, mums tied with nylon net and each end filled with pink Pinoc- Also assisting in serving were cloth. The unusual centerpiecehad Phone 215-W
tember 3.Hostesses. I pink satin ribbons. chio chrysanthemums and pink :Miss Agnes Lawson, Miss Nancy as its base white plastic foam R. D. Sommer was honored -
DuPre, Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. with a fan made of blue net and at a lovely stork
for the occasion were Mrs. Kate. Sheppard greetedthe rose buds. A beautiful imported : shower Wed- ,
Mrs. Foster Shi Smith Mrs. Ewell guests at the door and pre- linen cutwork embroidered cloth' L. F. Dinkins. lily of the valley. Silver candle nesday evening in the :Methodist

Lawson, Mrs. Merritt Williams, sented them to a receiving line overlaid the refreshment table The honoree received many love- holders held lighted blue tapers. Recreation Hall given by mem-

Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs. Russell composed of Mrs. Russell Norman, and was centered with a nosegay ly and useful gifts from the 90 After a delicious ham with supper, bers of the :Methodist WSCS and _
Norman, Mrs. Earl Searing, Mrs. Miss Paulk, her mother, Mrs. made of pink carnations, pink games were enjoyed prizes ,the Wesleyan Service Guild.
and Mrs. Reddish Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green of invited guests, and the hostesses being won by Mr. and Mrs. L. N. I Graceful
Hogan Smith, Mrs. Maxie CarterSr. Dave Paulk tulle and pink satin ribbons. Four arrangements of sea-
., Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. Kate Andrews mother of the groom- Starke announce the marriage of I I pink burning tapers in silver presented her with a piece of her Pickering, parents of the groom- sonal flowers were used to adVantage

Sheppard Mrs. F. J. Pellum and elect. their daughter, Sharon, to Riley holders balanced the arrange-1 chosen china pattern as a memento elect.Miss in decorating the Hall,
Mrs. Tyler Jones. Pouring coffee from a silver Sweat Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.I ment. of the occasion.&cKfrLfr. Alvarez and Mr. Picker- with an artistic arrangement of

Greenery and floral arrangements -service at the bride's table was Riley Sweat Sr. of Starke, which I ing shared honors in opening the 'the same blossoms centering the

in shades of pink were used Mrs. J. D. Edwards. Presiding at was an event of August 2 at many lovely kitchen gifts from refreshment table.

throughout the club house as dec the punch tables were Miss Maxine Folkston, Ga. ten couples present. I A delightful social evening wa

orations. The many lovely and use- Andrews, Miss JackIe Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Sweat are living at enjoyed by the members of the

ful gifts were on display on tablesin Miss Shi Ann Smith, Mrs. Jimmy the Michigan Ranch for the time = : Party ClimaxesVeek I two groups and their guests. I

the lounge, where the mantel Rowe and Miss Sylvia Paulk, sis being and Mr. Sweat is employedat For Baptist Sunbeam
held a beautiful fan-shaped 'arrangement ter of the honoree. Also assistingthe the Gulf Oil station. Miss Sylvia Alvarez

of pink and red roses, hostesses in serving were Members And MothersAnnual

white gladioli and greenery. This Frances Landrum, Mary Agnes Family Supper Honors Well, the summer vacationersare has joined the staff at Starke I Marries September 2 fY-'

arrangement was placed at one Matthews, Patricia Pellum, and trekking back to town now Maternity Hospital while MinnieLu Sunbeam Focus Week i The

end of the mantel and at the Ginger and Sandra Jones. Entertaining Parents Of MinisterMr. in preparation for the opening of Tyus is on a two weeks vacation was climaxed with a party honor- I Alvarez marriage to Michael of Miss Sylvia .

ther end were two single candle the guests with piano se- school next :Monday Hard to Edwin Green, formerly of ing Sunbeam members and their be solemnized Pickering will ;
holders with burning pink tapers. lections during the party hours, and Mrs. C. C. McAliley of believe that it's time again but Torode's, is now on the sales mothers on Thursday afternoon, Friday evening, ( f.
Centering One of the gift tables seven to lime o'clock, was Miss Chester, S. C., parents of Rev. the calendar says so, even if the staff at Andrews Motors August 18, in the recreationroom First September; 2, at 8 o'clock in the .
bride doll. Joan Furl6ng. W. S. McAliley, celebrated their of the First Baptist Church. Baptist Church, Starke.
was a weather is still on the warm
50th wedding anniversary at Lake Dub McKinney, formerly with Sunbeam and I A reception will be held Immediately
The bride's table was lovely hostesses presented Miss that's understatement) side colors of gold Elect
I ( an Quigley & Davis, is now on the .
with an imported white linen Paulk with the covered vegetabledish Wauburg on Tuesday evening. Bunch and white were used in decoratingthe following the wedding
Hear that Barbara ,
clerking staff at Starke Builders, I at the Starke Woman's
Among the 25 enjoying the affair small tables set for the Club.
cutwork cloth and centered withan of her chosen china patternas \
teacher and
elementary Peg-
were the McAlileys' six; children new replacing Doc Wainwright who I Green bamboo was No invitations are being issued
artistic arrangement of pink a memento of the occasion. youngsters.) I. E. CLARKTo
Pete. another
Phillips of St. ,
gy has returned to Jacksonville i but all friends and relatives
driftwood filled with of and their families: Rev. W. interspersed with marigolds, run- of the
cushion garlands tied with S. McAliley of Starke, Lt. CoL faculty newcomer (Phiz ed) have Virginia Jean Darby is helping her ning the full length of each table. couple are invited to attend:
pink mums,
Anderson in the F. H. Long
Mrs. John an apartment daddy out in the county clerk'soffice The
C. C. McAliley and Mrs. C. C. Ko- Guests were seated in a semicircle -
pink satin bows and nylon net house Barbara is an ex-Call- until school starts i
Honored On komoor of Gainesville, Mrs. Rich- and welcomed and introduced Recent Birth
Attached to an arm of the irreg- BirthdayMrs. streeter (remember?) Family: Charlie and Schaefer I were :
ard Steele San Antonio Margie are CITY COUNCILYour
ular driftwood small of Texas, I by Mrs. J. E. Hildebran,
shaped was a formerly operated the. Starke
Anderson Sr. Miss Barnette of Winnsboro, now operating the Krystal Kone I Mr. and Mrs. Drew
A. W. entertained Hoy young people's director. Reddish an-
nylon net parasol with showersof Motor Court ... hear that Coach I
narrow pink satin ribbons. at a surprise birthday S. C., and Mrs. D. F. Oberhelmanof and Mrs. W. E. Criswell and drive-in on Temple Ave. Romey I' Music and games, 'ed by Mrs. nounce the birth of a son, Stan- Vote and Support Will

The silver serving trays held party Thursday evening, August Gilmore City, Ia. have rented one of the Andrews, formerly of Three 'Miles Sheppard were enjoyed by ley Drew, August 18 in St. Vin
small of pink Pinocchio 18, for her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Following a delicious supper, family and Friends, is now twirling his clippers the 54 young people present. A cent's Hospital.1st Be Greatly Appreciated on
sprays I Mundorff houses, cor. of Pratt at Barber .
John the members of the family Sparks Shop Lt. and Mrs.
tied with satin rib- Anderson.The pre- film was shown by Robert Barks- W. H. Edwards
mums narrow I .
Christian Sts. Grace Ritch returned -
bons. Two three-branch silver Anderson home on Maple sented Mr. and Mrs. McAliley to her job in the School DK2 Lyle Anderson, who was dale, after which refreshments):I HI of Fort Eustis, Va., are the SEPTEMBER 13
candelabra holding street was attractively decoratedfor with a television set. home on leave, and J. C. Wynnof were served by hostesses of the parents of a son born August 23.
burning pink after a 10
office yesterday
Mamie and
Jax initiated Alice
tapers balanced the the occasion with lovely arrangements sponsoring circles: Lorena Epperson Mrs. Edwards is the former June
centerpiece.The out at
vacation mostly
two punch tables : of roses and zinnias. Barney McRaes Feted day spent Anderson in this shrimping busi- Circle, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Caldwell of State Farm.
were over nice coat of
Kingsley getting a
laid with linen cutwork The linen covered refreshmenttable ness in the St. Johns River one leader; Doris Knight Circle, :Mrs.P. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown of iiiiiFllE1wJIHurkSTARKE :
Pattens mov-
tan The George
Lucinda Clark
held On 29th Anniversary night recently and Annie Brooker are the
a unique centerpie.ce : fast T. Nolin, leader; parents of a son,
composed of floralfoam centered ed back into town Sunday was holding down the C of C office Armstrong Circle, Mrs. Paul Raymond Jimmy Lawrence, born August
I Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRaeSr. i from the lake and the Dr. Adams last week while Marion Howeis 21 in the ..DIe
with a pretty white tulle parasolat leader.Baptist ; Starke Maternity Hos-
feted at last!!family and Vernon Silcox family I
the base of which was white, were a party on a month's vacation Mem- !pi tal. THE AT Hi '
with Friday evening in celebration of:|are also among those coming in bers of the Garden Club are on : FLA.

A SENSATIONAL NEW crepe pink rose paper buds.Fourteen interspersed their 29th wed4ing anniversary.:':from a summer on Kingsley Lake duty there this week Church Class \ ,

DISCOVERY! guests helped the The affair was given by their I'this week. The Foster Hayes family has Holds Regular MeetingThe
son-in-law and Mr. and' and f111j/fJj ,
honoree celebrate the occasion. daughter, Lots of luck to Pat Kucera moved from the Ruby Johns houseon I :
Give your dog a capsule! Mrs. Cary Nasworth, at their Barbara Colley who leave us this South St. to the Sullivan houseon Winsome Class of the Baptist August 28, 29, 30

Rid him of Fleaa & Ticks! 1 apartment on Water street. weekend to start 3 years nurses Thomas the H. L. Clarksare Church met Tuesday evening I DOUBLE FEATURE -

AT ALL DRUG STORES OXE-FOR-ALL Ball Point Pen Attractive seasonal floral arrangements training at Charity Hospital in now occupying the Kopelousoshouse at the home of Mrs. Jim Ritch 'p Both In Cinemascope

Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Bradford' were used to ad- New Orleans La. Jeanette on St. Clair the O. F. with Mrs. Bill Haas as co-hos- I' f' a, Sign Of The PaganWith

County Telegraph. vantage in decorating the apart- Young, our librarian, is visiting Crosbys have taken an apartmentin tess, with 17 members and one .' Jeff Chandler and Jack

ment for the occasion. Centeringthe I.Ruth and William Morse. (former Ara Moitt's house on W. Madi- visitor present.Mrs. Palance

refreshment table was a beauti- Jallstreeters) up in Fancy Gap, son Mrs. Audrey Harringtonand Ned Yancey, chairman of I ; -AND-
"AMANA FOOD PLAN"SAVE fully pink embossed white wedding Va. this week and next week she son of Miami have rented the nominating committee, reported cC
cake with the numbers "29" cen- will visit friends in So. Fla. Carrie Ritch's upstairs apartment the following officers: Bedevilled

TIME WORK FOOD MONEY tering the cake. Single candle Cora Quattlebaum is holding Audrey works for Big Dad president, Mrs. Charles Darby; With Anne Baxter & Steve Forrest

holders with burning pink tapers down the library while she l is gone The L. C. Smith family of Waldo 1st V. P., Mrs. L. E. Dugger; 2nd Plus Color Cartoon for Children

balanced the arrangement. Noted that Jesse Newsomehas have rented the Prevatt houseon ,V. P., Mrs. L. L.Wainwright; 3rd
-- R. A. CRAVEN, FOOD CONSULTANT Twelve members of the family set up his Newsome Paint W. Madison L. C. is Gulf..1 V. P., :Mrs. L. H. Harper; 4th V. ,

- P. 0. Box 942 Starke, FloridaOr enjoyed this delightful occasion. and Body shop out on the Palat- Life representative here Mural P., Mrs. Mildred Cuttino: Treas, ; ::1 Wed., Thur. Aug. 31. Sept. 1

ContactWINTER'S ka Hiway (Road 100) hear Gardner and children have a new Mrs. Ressie Colson; Secy., Mrs. _____ DOUBLE FEATURE -
SINGING CONVENTIONThe that Jacqueline Moorer is workingover home in Pinehaven Nice to I Joseph Warren; Sunshine dim.,
at the G.C.S. N.A.S. for a see that Carlton and Ellie Lauramore's -. Mrs. Harry Hatcher; Devo. Chm., Creature From The
FROZEN FOOD CENTER Clay County Singing will -
month and maybe longer Mrs. M. H. Sheppard; Publ. Chm.,I II
be held at the Starke Pentacostal house on St Clair is goingup : Everyone is talking about the Black LagoonWith

4551 St. Johns Avenue Jacksonville Fla. Holiness Church on Sept. 4 at 2:30p. : another enlistee with- Jimmy the Navy Weldonis on by leaps and bounds I Mrs. Riley Wasdin. I skilled television repair service Richard Carlson and Julia

m. Everybody welcome. signing up S. C. Coincidence: Peggy and Robbie I given by the experts at CHAS.C. Adams
28 at
Aug.Margaret Duncan says she sure Shaller's new street number, 209, WCTU Union Meeting SHEPHERD. We charge -AND-

4 hot and Is the same as their telephone Scheduled For Friday lowest possible prices .
trees, .
her oak as
I misses They All Kissed The
number No excuse for forgetting guarantee satisfaction.

I i\sunny weeks as. its In been reply the to the past many few; ; now Hear that Jimmy I The Laura Scott Union, WCTU,I Bride
interestin Rowe, stationed in -Seoul, Korea will hold its August meeting in
ReElect folks who have expressed With Joan Crawford
she has been promoted to Pfc I the Tabernacle Annex, Friday at I
oaks Margaret
Plus Cartoon for Children
Kenneth Tyus left Sunday for a! Visitors expected from 1
hated to see them go worse than 13 p. m.
two-year hitch as radarman with I communities. !
will suffer the adjoining
and she
anyone, the Navy at Charleston S. C. of the business Fri. Sat. 2
conclusion 3
but that she had had tree At the Sept. ,
J. R. WainwrightYOUR most surgeons look at them and had Glad to know that Janie Avery is session, a special period of DOUBLE FEATURE -
all after her
getting along right
been advised they should be taken music will be. presented. Shadows ofTombstone
in St. Vincent'sHappy
major operation attend and other
out as a safety precaution are urged to

Dea Wilson, who has been stay- birthday to: Beck Phil-I\,friends. of temperance are cordially
ing out at her lake place on lips, who celebrated her 8th witha With Slim Pickens and Jeanne

MAYORHe Kingsley, came in Monday of last small party Aug. 12 Danny Cooper
I had Woman's Club '- --
week to find that lightning Cowen, who observed his 6th by -AND-

struck two pine trees in storm her entertaining 20 :young friends on [Holds Board Meeting I Lost In AlaskaWith
yard during the electrical the 18th and Jane Hardy, who
Is A Candidate of All The People and last Friday Knocked out the celebrated her 6th birthday Aug. I I The past and present officers of ABBOT and COSTELLO

electricity in her house and every- 17 with a small party for a few !the Starke Woman's Club met at I II New Serial "King of the Congo"

thing in her refrigerator was friends I the Officers Club at Camp Bland- Chap. 1 Color Cartoon for Chil-

A spoiled Another casualty of Lu and Merrill Struth and familyare .ing on Wednesday for their exe- dren.
Will Serve You In
the storm was the Jas. Lambe moving out to the Carlene ,cutive board meeting and lunch'eon. -
home on Lafayette where a bolt Williams cottage on Kingsley on U :-: : .i;. h-= _= /

knocked a hole in a wall, damagedthe Sept. 5, where they plan to stay i :Mrs. C. L. Scholl, president, I

TV extensively, and played until around the first of the year presided over the. meeting, in
FAIR, SOUND AND CONSCIENTIOUS MANNER havoc generally Quite a display when they will move back in town I;which plans for the coming club TO THE CITIZENS OF STARKEThe

of electronics, it was into the Geo. Patten house, which year were discussed and chairmen
A surprise bridal shower was: .
they purchased The Pattensare j appointed.
-- carried out in modern style one building a new home on Church Twenty-two members enjoyedthe I present City Council has commenced a very
-. -_ -- '; night last week when the girls on Street the Cula Corans, who! hospitality of Mrs. J. A. Griffin large utility expansion program and since I believe in

the 3rd floor of the Jacksonville I:are living in the Alexander house I at the luncheonmeeting.new their sincerity and believe they are preparing for the

L-1 YWCA gave a shower for Fay :on Church St., have bought the' future growth of the City of Starke, I will support the
.w lived there while ;
; 4a 4 &' .* Paulk working in Fay Jax, you know :Struth house and plan to move I' expansion job its even a won- completion of this program if I am elected, but I pledgethe

Hear that during the party they :in around the middle of Sept. and der we get a paper out at all voters to check into all phases of the contracts and

put Fay, clothes and all in the Peggy:ning on and moving Herb into Thomas the Alexander are plan but will try and do better in the agreements and to see that all construction: and equip-

shower with the water turned on house: also noted that the Ray I future. I ment shall be up to specifications and that wherever

TIM1N& full blast The party ended Jones of Jax have taken one ofi I -Carolyn I possible to cut costs or save the taxpayer money I will

w y ON THE PAULSONTIME0GRAF I with refreshments, including and a'the Dankel Apts. on W. Madison J endeavor to do so. The program is so large for our size

{ three-tiered wedding cake I formerly occupied by George and i town we still should give it considerable thought and if
Fay received a lovely casseroleset Dolly Simpson, who have moved \
there is of utilities
-- --- - II any way to use even part our present
-- A4 \ into the Simpson home on South
.. instead of should continue to do
\ buying new ones we so.
Small world item: while Mildred St. Ray works for McMillan !

t CHECKS YOURWATCHJj and J. D. Doyle were vacationing Survey another employee of' I believe that by the completion of this new utility
in North Carolina and taking in McMillans, Wm. N. Barlow and 1
% ) program we can have superior service and possibly in
}. ; "Unto These Hills" at the Chero- family of Jax have moved into the ]j
the future cut utility costs to the consumers.As .
\ reservation who should
1 kee Indian ,
::10 Continuous bp. 1111 yns I Mundorff house, corner of Pratt
and rtcordi the action cf they bump into but Jimmy Peek and Christian Sts.
j ; you know, the city still has to sell the bonds to ,
and his bride, who were honey-
witch. Locittt irrors.no t I Hear that John Tremble of Pa.
//your finance I will do in
this and part seeing
program my
: mooning in that vicinity Card and Jax is now managing the
A9rf I
I from Jerry Colley says he is still Gold House while Alice Anderson, j i : that the bonds are sold at the lowest interest rate pos- !

,. at Charleston, awaiting orders to former manager, is back at her''r ; sible for a saving to the city.

'..' ship to England Word received old job of hostess at Gold House 1]I I

'" that Carol Gunter, former spotted at the Chi. Bears and:!j, ,

resident and niece of Peggy Shal- Cardinal Pro football game in : "This Isn't what I meant by I Sincerely,
ler, was married to Bruce E.I I I
Jar last Saturday evening: Tom i I dining out'!" II.
yII Weinicke in Holy Oak, Mass on and Arlena Harding, Paul and 'I I.
July 2 !
: Ethel Raymond, Sylvia Alvarez Ii
Dine here, avoid your .
'F ......, . "*J." Hear that Jean Smith was Mike Pickering, Mac and Margaret i i I
-' kitchen chores Next week I will outline my stand on new issues
; taken back the other AM when McGriff Peggy Herb I
she went out on the porch to I Thomas Frank George, Loyree a facing the city.
make up hubby Jesse's bed and Hartmann. Johnny Kopelousos I out-of-doors

ROBERTS JEWELRY found widow in it! and a Kathryn Kelly, Chris Carratt, D. : i VOTE FOR HERB THOMAS FOR PROGRESS AND

black widow at that spider, A. Montieth, Ruth and Steve Sim- GUIDON GRILLGeorge I .

a Carl Roberts, Certified Watchmaker you know Good thing Smitty mons, Herlong and Norma Jean i PROSPERITY THROUGH RECREATION, UTILITY

J SALTIME INSPECTOR slept quietly that night, so he Adams, Everett McKinney and
AUWORIC\ didn't disturb his deadly visitor Connie Knight. Kopelousos, Owner I AND BUSINESS EXPANSION.Pd. .
GUARANTEED 142 Call St. Starke Fla. haven't in ,
Stanley Clark will arrive home Sorry I gotten print
Starke Fla. PoL Adv.
i ( )
i Monday for two weeks from Ft. the past couple weeks but with

f Jackson, S. C. Opal McAliley the shop being torn up with our I

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I ssss rrsssrrss Sr rrJrsstf S flSSS S WSS SIS rSSSrS Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair had Mrs. R. E. Mundorff and son, (Construction Starts This notice shall be published ,CONCRETE SLABS, TRENCHES I ll ty or insurance company which ,I
once each week for four consecutive AND EQUIPMENT FOUNDATIONSSealed : agency shall have an established
:as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Wayne: and Jerry Williams are in weeks in the Bradford County Tele:, proposals will be received !place of business in the City of i

Welby Griffith and children of Tavares for a few days visiting I On New Building For graph. by the City Council. City of Starke, !Starke and be duly licensed to conduct I_
Dated this 24 day of August, 1955. Florida until 5:00 P.M. (Eastern j business therein.Each .
Manchester, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bennett. Lovetts Slades (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy I
And Standard Time) on Sept. 9, 1955 for I bid shall be addressed to the
Mary Lu Edwards was the Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green and Clerk of the Circuit Court. construction of concrete slabs, I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk trenches and equipment foundations I marked "Slabs and Foundations,
of Stevens in Jack- Mundorffwere -
guest Patsy son, Archie
Work started this week on anew 8/2 9/16
for the prwer plant for the 1 Power Plant, City of Starke. Florida -
sonville over the weekend. in Gainesville Monday after- commercial building with 113 I City of Starke, Florida.All I ," and be delivered to City Clerk,
:Mrs. Betty Mathews of Sweeney, NOTICE TO APPEAR material and equipment furnished noon.Mrs. feet frontage on West Madison IB Circuit Court. Bradford County and all work performed shall i representative of the bidder who
IH THE NEWS Texas, is visiting Mrs. Ruth Lane Al Harley and Misses Street. .1. Florida IB Chaaceiy. be in accordance with the specifica-I i shall obtain a receipt therefor or by

for ten days. Linda Johns and Jane Richarde Coley Scott Nelson, Plaintiff. vs. tions and contract documents pertaining i registered mail with return receipt
Lovetts'I Ethel Lee Nelsn, a/k/a Ethel Lee thereto which .
The building will house may be examined requested.The
., I II .... Don't miss the CAP Labor Day the weekend at Jacksonville
.1 '" spent Nelvin, Defendant. at the office of the City City reserves the right to
Dance. Beach. and Slade Gas Company. AVail-I I Case Xo. 10.1158 Clerk Starke Florida and at the I waive informalities in any bid: to
Mrs. Del Collcy and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Strong of hadas w"ter,1 able for future construction Xollce'To AppearTo offices of Reynolds Smith and Hills, reject any or all bids in whole or
CoL and Mrs. J. A. J. S. Beck of Glide
: Ethel Lee Nelson a/k/a Ethel Architects and Engineers. 227 Park.in part, with without
Sarasota were weekend guests of I' or cause and/
Jackie, and Mrs. Daisy Perryman guests during the past week, Texas, has been spending the other 80 feet frontage. Lee Nelvin, whose residence and Street. Jacksonville. Florida. Draw- 'or to accept the bids that in us
drove up to Blacksheer Ga., on Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. Coker and structure estimated address is: c/o Ohio State Prison ings and specifications may be pur- judgment will be for the best interests
F. R. Coker and Ray summer with his son-in-law Owner of the
for Women Mareville, Ohio. chased from of
the above mentioned the
take their niece, Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith City of Starke.
Saturday to of Lakeland, Mrs. Arthur Clark daughter Mr. and Mrs. Morgan to cost $85,000 including land You are hereby notified that a Architects and Engineers for the CITY COUNCIL
Marilyn :Moore, home after spend- spent the weekend in Daytona cult forDivorce sum of $3.50 per set. Specificationsat C'ltyIf Starke Florida
Mich. Mr. Andrews,
and son of Owossa Gresham, and also! with and construction, is Guy
several weeks here. Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nat Care, Custody and Con- $2.00 per copy and partial sets of 8 26 3t 9 9
ing Mrs. Boyd Coker of West Palm Beck's son and family, :Mr. and Starke real estate agent. trol of minor childrenhas plans at Fifty Cents ($50) per
Mr. and :Mrs. Denver Devrlck Sternberg.Mr. been filed In the !sheet to the cost of
121 against you cover print-
to 83
Beach. Mrs. C. J. Bek. He plans He will lease an area by I:
above named Court and and ing, be
last week visiting friends and Mrs. Charles Patrick of cans may purchased. General
spent Mrs. C. F. Ludwig, Miss Louise visit another daughter, Mrs. Edna feet to Lovetts, while Slade Gas you are required to serve a copy of Contractors who submit bona fide I II
and relatives in West Virginia.Mr. Sneeds spent the weekend with Ludwig, Mrs. R. L. Benchina and Sanders, in Panama City before will adjacent building your answer or pleading to the bids and return the documents in ,
Weldon occupy an complaint the Plaintiffs I good condition, will be
and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and her mother, Mrs. Steve on refunded the
Miss Sophia Benchina of Dublin, returning to Texas in September.Mrs. with 30 feet frontage.The Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 106 Smith above cost for as many as two (2) I I
children returned to their homein and family.Mr. Ga., were Wednesday guests of O. L. Haynes Jr. and new commercial area will Building, Jacksonville. Florida complete sets of plans and specifications i- 1
Decatur, Ga., on Saturday after and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and and file the original In the officeof if returned withing 10 days |
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. daughter, March, returned home have off-street parking facilities the Clerk of the Circuit Court on after bids are received. I
spending the summer at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering werein Mrs. W. H. Holland of Dublin.Ga. last week fr, n two and half for some 70 vehicles. I.pr before the A bid bond properly executed by I i
Lake. Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. and 26 day of September 1955: ; the bidder and by a qualified Sur- j
and Mrs. Leo Champion and ., Is visiting her son-in-law irinths vis*, iu Atlanta with rela- Contractor is D. O. Foshee of otherwise the allegations of said ety, or a certified or cashier's check I
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Watson daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy tives. Mrs. Haynes' mother Mrs.D. be Complaint will be taken as con on any National Bank in a sum not I I
Mrs. Lola Garbett and children Jacksonville. Construction will less than five (5
fessed by yjou. %) percent of the
children of Macclenny were
weeks. G. Scott and her brother-in-law
Peek for two '
were in Tulsa, Okla., Kansas City complete in six to eight weeks This notice shall be publishedonce amount bid made payable to the
last Thursday guests of Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp have and sister, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeH. each week for four consecutive City of Starke, Florida, must ac
Mrs. H. H. Adams. and Pittsburg, Kas., the past two moved to Camp Blanding where. Stevenson and son ot Atlanta and Lovetts will occupy the building I I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ,company that the Bidder each bid will as a guarantee''
weeks visiting friends and rela- before Christmas. graph. not withdraw >
Thad and John Dankel of C. started working for the state re ;.rned hev will her to spendth Dated this 23 day of August 1955. from the competition after opening i

Brunswick Ga. are. spending a tives.Mr. the first of the month. They are rcmaindei ot last veek Building features include front I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby the bids, and in the event the contract i
and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and and Clerk of the Circuit Court is awarded to the Bidder he
few days this week with their living in the house formerly occupied Mis. Herb Thonas was: hostessto construction of plate glass By Yvonne II. Norman. Dep. Clerk I will within ten (10) days thereafter. q

cousin,*Nat Dankel Jr. son. J. Roy, were in Atlanta by the Tanners.Mr. the Stat-j IVm bridge club at stone facing, an eight foot canopy, 8/26 4t 9/16 enter into contract and furnish the
August 12 to 15 where they attended I required bond, failing which he
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Beebe and and Mrs. H. K. Tyrus and uo tables, o' dessert-br.dge en and a 39 foot pylon. con- NOTiCe TO APPEAR shall forfeit deposit as liquidated

family visited Mr. and Mrs. John the wedding of Dr. A. A.. son, Harold, were in North Carolina Thursday.Miss struction will be of jumbo brick. la Circuit Court. Bradford County, 'I damages. The Bid Bond and Per-
Boggus Jr. to Miss Chloe Pipperon Florida In Cbaacery.Marion formance Bond are required to be CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
Feldman in Perry on Sunday. and Tennessee vacationingfrom Virginia Sewel returnedto O. Ford. Plaintiff vs. Char- secured from an agency of the sure-
15. Mr.
August Thursday to Sunday. Fort Lauderdale On Tuesday: Sorority Seeks Goods lotte Y. Ford, Defendant. i about this question
member of the wedding party.Dr. Case Xo. 10-1152
their Mrs. W. A. Gay and daughter, where she teaches in the Public Xotlre To Appears To The CitizensOf
STOP! LOOK! and Mrs. Boggus spent For Cancer PatientsThe To: Charlotte Y. Ford whose
honeymoon at the Brownlee cottage Janine, of Gainesville spent School of Music. residence and address is: Princess StarkeI How can anyone be so smallas

FRESH FISH at St. Augustine Beach. week with her parents, Mr. and Pvt. Stanley Clar't of Fort Cancer Loan Closet, projectof Anne, Maryland.You .

Dressed Daily Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dahmer and I Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Sally Ann Jackson, S. C., is home on ten Beta Sigma Phi, will be contin- suit for are divorce Hereby notified that a wish to announce my can to mar the happiness of a

son, Frank, spent the first part oi Epperson and Barbara Blanken- days leave before reporting for ued through the month of Septem- has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the didacy for the office of City wedding by stealing the wedding .

Mullet lb 19c last week at Nassau and the lat., ship returned to Gainesville with further duty at Camp Gordon, Ga. ber. you are required to serve a copy of Council subject to the Sept.

Trout ter part at Miami Bea h. Mrs. Gay for a few days visit. Miss June Clark of Miami was also -I Purpose of the project is to aid your implaint answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading Attorney to the "13 election. presents? This happen.

lb 49c Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Faulkner Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins home for several days visit cancer patients by furnishing William D. Morgan, 507 Clark I I feel that the women of

Perch lb 29c I and family Of Lakeland are visit.S and children attended the Poultry last: week with her parents Mr. gowns and bedding material. and Law file Building the original, Jacksonville In the ,officeof Fla.li Starke should be directly represented -!. ed to several of my daugh

ing this week with Mr. and Mrs-, Institute at Camp McQuarrie and Mrs. I. E. Clark. The sorority urges anyone with the Clerk of the Circuit Court on on this important ter's expensive gifts. Couldwe

See MARVINAt Paul Faulkner and Mrs. Bei I from Monday to Wednesday.Mr. Mr. an
Faulkner.Mrs. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Ovieda were visiting Mrs. T. J. dress shirts and similar items to otherwise the allegations of said ness of the City. Having have bought insurance to

Fish Market ext Billy Clark and children ol family have returned home from Griffin, Miss Annie Darby and I phone 224-J. The items will be I Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed successfully operated my own

Door to Nick's Fruit Stand I Leesburg are visiting Mrs. C. D. two weeks vacation spent visitingMr. Mrs. Carrie Ritch on M nday. picked up. This notice shall be published business and being a life long cover her wedding presents .

Williams this week. and Mrs. H- T. Smith in Lyons Mrs. L. B. Eason of Meridian weeks once eacbrweek in the BRADFORD for four consecutive COUNTY resident of Stark I feel that on display?

Ga., and also at Big Santa Fe Miss., and Mrs. Robert Trouthtonof TELEGRAPH. I am well qualified to give the
U- S Dated this 17 day August, 1955.
Lake. Chattanooga Tenn., are. guests Court Of FlorIda (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I people an efficient and pro-

-V I .#,I Thafs Our Business Mrs. Ben Rowland and daughter this week of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. I.Eighth The; Circuit Judlelftl Circuit, la Ana By Yvonne Clerk H,of Norman the Circuit Dep. Court.Clerk 'jgressive administration. Charley E Jobs

Kay, have returned from three Gibson. For Bradford Couatj, If elected I shall state
iaii 8/26 4t 9/16 my
If It's Glass We Have It! .
weeks visit in West Florida with Patsy and Linda Elevens! of MarJ"Guha"r"eer"Plaintiff, vs. Joseph I honest opinion as to how I

1L411 CALL WRITE or VISIT friends and relatives.Mr. Jacksonville and Gene Pass of Guarnerl Defendant. DIVORCE IB Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR Court. stand on any issue. & Son

and Mrs. P. L. Tipman of! Tallahassee are spending this ORDER OF Pl'BLICATIO'tD Charles Florida la ChaBecry- I Your vote and support will Agency
Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR to Sat- week with their NOTICE TO APPEAR G. Sprague Plaintiff, vs. be
Dade City spent Thursday grandparents. To Joseph Guarnerl, whose last Patricia J. Sprague, Defendant. greatly appreciated.
Mr. and L. D. : Case No. 10-1151 I Phone 13 Starke
urday with their daughter and I Mrs. Green. known address was that of zzsi Fla.ALVAREZ' .
ANY GLASS NEED Diane and Ritch of South Ewing Street. Dallas. Texas, Notice T. Appeari RUBY JOHNS.
family Mr. and Mrs. M. :M. Smith. Buster known residence To: Patricia J. Sprague, whose I
otherwise whose Pd. Pol. Adv
We Design Modem Store Fronts Misses Kathryn Kelly and Bar- Hialeah, who have been visiting or and mailing address being residence and address is: c/o Pox I ( ) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAALAALIll
360 Sackets Harbor.
New York.
Just Mail Us A Pattern for bara Colley were shopping in here the past six weeks, and. '1"'youlr'e hereby notified that there You are hereby notified that a eilia .,\a

Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. Linda Rosier of Starke spent filed by Mary Guarnerl. luit for
Table.Tops has been Men's Clothing
and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Monday and Tuesday with their plaintiff In the above styled court Divorce U Ill STORE I
1313 N.W. 4th PL against you and naa been filed against you in the Established 1894
Gainesville. of Complaint
FIa. Phone FR. 2-4353 a Bill
Jr. of State Farm are spendingthis uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. the relief prayed for therein is.a named Court and cause and

week at the Mundy cottage S. Johns in Lake Butler. Diane: divorce. A VINCULO MATRIMOXII. you are required to serve a copy of

--- -_. on Kingsley Lake. and Buster's parents Mr. and I I from you In Joseph this case.Guarneri, the defendant your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiffs to the j .:0.----I_I_._._._._-_._,___._._._.-.-..U-... ...

Mrs. N. T. Ritch of Hialeah arrive This is therefore to command you Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100 I C
Mrs. Pat Miller is home follow- Smith Building Jacksonville, Fla.
NOTICETo ing a short stay in St. Luke's Hos- today for a weeks visit with I cause to file on your or written before defense 26th, Septem-in and file the original In the office of I Only Two For Sale

their parents, Mrs. Carrie Ritch I ber. 1955.: filing the original in my the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
pital. or before the
Mrs. Clayton Wise and Mrs. Lynn and Mr. and Mrs Floyd Green. to office Samuel and sending W. Getzen a copy, plaintiffs therein 26 day of September 1955; PINEHAVEN
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lowe of 5 day of September 1955; HOMES
The Citizens Of StarkeI Hamilton spent Friday to Tues- attorney Post Office Box failure 81, to Gainesville comply otherwise the allegations of ealfi
Ala. Jacksonville were weekend guestsof I Florida. Upon Complaint will t'. taken aa confess.
day in Anniston, visiting with this Order a Decree Pro
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. 3d by you
their husbands who are on National Confesso will be entered against: This notice shall be ONE--2 BED -
am a candidate for City Council, Starke, and ask Guard maneuvers there. They Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and I you according to law in and this case Ex. once each week for four consecutive published ROOM
for your, vote and support. I have a deep interest in also visited Look Out Mountain Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith spentTuesday Parte.will then continue weeks graph.Dated In the Bradford County Tele S .

our city and in the welfare of our people. I am a member and Rock City in Chattanooga, to Friday of last week' : This Bradford notice shall County be Telegraph published In a this 17 day of August, 1955. $350.00 Down Payment
I in the Scrub. the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroj
of and have actively worked in our First Methodist Tenn. newspaper published in Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Oonr. PLUS
Church, Parents Teachers Association and American Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee returned I County consecutive, Starke, Florida weeks.for the nextfive By Yvonne H. Norman Dep. Clerk CLOSING COST

Legion.As State Farm left Wednesday for home Sunday from nine weeks I Given under my hand and Seal of 8/26 4t 9/16 -

Fort Eustis Va., to visit their tour of England, Scotland and I this Court, this 19 day of August, NOTICE TO APPEAR ONE .. 3 BED ROOM

a home owner and taxpayer, I am interested in efficient son-in-law and daughter, 1st Lt. Europe. Returning home with I A.D.(OFFICIAL. 1955.: SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida I. Circuit la Court Chancery.Bradford County, -

and economical City government, and in keepingour and Mrs. W. H. Edwards HI, and Mrs. Brownie were her daugh.. Clerk C. Helen Bourlett Plaintiff, vs. James $400.00 Down
D. Payment
By Yvonne H. Norman. Bourlett. Defendant.
ters, Mrs. M. C. Stith and daugh.
taxes and light and water rates as low as possible, their new baby son. 816 :It 93I Case No. 10-1149 ..
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crawfordand ter, Sandra, of Falls Church Va.. Notice To AppearTo
while giving our citizens full value for every city dollar children and Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Mary Brownlee and I : James Bourlett, whose residence PLUS CLOSING COST -tf V
spent. I do want Starke to be and last address i is: 1645
a desirable place for our Nasworth at guest, Miss Joyce Humphrey of: Of Florida
Cary spent Sunday In The Circuit Court Cornelia Street Prooklyn New York, Now
young people and for us to give them every advantage.I Daytona Beach. Baltimore, Md., for two weeks Eighth Judicial Circuit, IB And or is otherwise Unknown. Buy Buy Now!
For Bradford County You are hereby notified that a

hope to see each and every one of you before elec- Airman Lawson first of class Williams and Mrs.Air[ visit.Mrs.. J. E. Futch returned to I Francisco In Cbaarny!>Ian llta, Plaintiff. vs. suit forDivorce, care. custody and con- New Government ;Regulations Will)) Require Larger
tion and to solicit Jerry Maria O. Mancilla Defendant. trol of minor children
personally ideas
your help and assistance Force Base Chandler, Ariz., arrived the home of her sister Mrs. H. L DIVORCE has been filed against you In the DOWN

but if you are out when I call, please remember Thursday for ten days visit Brownlee, after three months visitwith ORDER OF PfBLlCVTIOV AND above named Court and cause and PAYMENTFor

that I want your help before and after the electionas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. another sister, Mrs. T. N. To Maria NOTICE O. Maneilla.TO.PPE..R whose last you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- ,

I wish chance to in Lakeland. known address was that of Malaga, on the Plaintiff's Attorney
a serve you ably and well. If I can Ewell Lawson. Limbaugh otherwse whose last known RentOn
Spain or Samuel Getzen. P. O. Box 81. _--
help you, call on me. Mrs. I. D. Wells and daughterIra Mrs. JoAnn Smith Rowe is I residence sand mailing address being Gainesville. Florida
Atlanta home from the University o!r unknown. and file the original In the office of -- 2 Bed Room Home .
May. ot over- One
were 3
You are hereby notified that the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor Bed Room Home
night guests Tuesday of Mr. and Georgia until the fall term startsin I there has been filed by Francisco before the 26 day of September, IN PINEHAVEN

Respectfully, Mrs. Barney McRae Sr. September.Mr. Mancilla. plaintiff. in the above 1955: ; otherwise the allegations ot
styled court a Bill of Complaint said Complaint will be taken at
Mrs. F. Sauls returned home and Mrs. Felix Uzzell and I and therelief prayed
J. W. (Jim) RITCH. against you confessed by you. Contact
Tuesday from a three weeks visit family of Moore Haven and Mr. for therein is a divorce. A VIN This notice shall b* published

(Pd. PoL Adv.) with her son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. L. A. Brown Jr., Mrs. CULO O. MAT Mancilla RUIOXII, the, from defendant you Maria in- tive once weeks each week in the for Bradford five consecu-County WARREN CONSTRUCTION

Mr. and Mrs. 3.V.. Prather Thomas E. Oldham and daughter,, this cause. Telegraph. CO.
-' This Is therefore to command you Dated this 16 day of August, 1955.
Ann and :Mr. and :Mrs. R.
--, I - and family In Pasadena. Calif. Mary ), to file your written defense; in said (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Phone 286 289 or 462
Judy Gatta is home after a two C. Weaver Jr., all of Jacksonville, cause on or before 26th September, Clerk of the Circuit Court .... ..
..,, I 1955, filing the original in my office By Yvonne H. Norman Dep. Clerk u -.... .. .... L na,.. ._,_. ...... ..
v" """ .... '",, :%; ...' )' v' .".,. '. and half months visit with her were weekend guests of Mr. and sending a copy thereof to Sam- 8/26 4t 9/16 D. .. ............. _,-..__.
_____ .
Mrs. Hogan Smith. uel W. Getzen., pjaintiff's attorney.
grandmother, Mrs. Thomas Work- :i it
Post Office Box 81. Gainesville,
Misses Gail and Terry Dea OF SALE -
; man Sr., in Tampa. Florida. Upon failure to comply 9716,000.!
.. NEW Friends of Mrs. O. E. Stansburywill Duke spent last week visitingtheir with this Order a Decree Pro Con- ('ITOF ST4HKK FLORIDA
father. Glen Duke, in Fort fesso will be entered against you UTILITY RmEMK A>D RE-
interested to that
be know
according to law and this case will FUNDING BONDS '
she entered Riverside Hospital on Lauderdale and their uncle and then continue in process Ex Parte. I Sealed bids will be received by
i for observation.Mrs. family in Miami. This notice shall be published in the City Council of the City of ''l
Monday the Bradford County Telegraph, a ,
Starke. Florida up to and including
D. E. and Hollis Mrs. G. C. Kirby of Columbia.S. published in Bradford
Knight newspaper 1:00: P.M., E.S.T., Wednesday, Sep'
10 CU. NORGE Knight were visiting Mr. and C., will be the guest of :Mr. and County. Starke. Florida for the tember 14. 1955. for the purchase of Dedicated To
ft. at State Farmnext next five consecutive weeks. 716000. Utility Revenue and .Refunding Community Service _
Mrs. Turner
; Mrs. Charles Knight in Gainesville Bobby Given under my hand and Seal of Bonds of said City, dated 'Movie. Are Better Than Evtr"
I Tuesday evening. week. this Court. this 19 day of August, August 1. 1955: with principal and
A.P.. 1955.OFFICIAL. semi-annual interest (February 1 (I find
Don't miss the CAP Labor Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scrugg and you your name concealed
DayDance. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby and August 1) payable at the Trust in the Florida Theatre
WITH AUTOMATIC JETDEFROSTM .1Q I children of Marianna are spendingthis Clerk Company of Georgia. Atlanta. Georgia eat ad oat and present it to Box Office Ad
By Yvonne If. Norman I>. C. or, at the option of the holder, for.FREE TICKETS
week with Mrs. Jacqueline
,', 3/26 5t 9/23 at the Florida Bank at Starke
:Moorer at Kingsley L.ake. Starke, Florida. Coupon bonds,
...for !less thaI otter 1 EXPERT M:: and Mrs. Kite Jr. of numbered 35 to 750, both inclusive, SAT., AUG. 27 ONLY I Tues., Wed.
." NOTICE TO APPEARTin in the denomination of 1000. each, Aug. 30, 31
;; the weekend [ Circuit Court Bradford County BIG
Miami spent maturing serially in numerical order DOUBLE FEATURE
( 8cu.ft.BRANDS t Florida: In Chancery.Margaret on August 1 of each year as
If Starke with Vincent I
Lynch. Plaintiff vs. !follows:

.... ;{:"V,. "" ." Rw: "",Of' Mildred Latham and daughter F. Lynch, Defendant.Case I Wildcat Of TusconAND
No. 101098Notl.e
mount TearAmoont YearS
; . returned to their home in To AppeariTo 6,000 1961 $30,000 1973
two months Vincent F. Lynch. whose residence -
Pennyslvania after : 11,000 1962 31.000 1974 ,
YOU and address is: 1679 York 13,000 1963 32,000 1975 $ I ItfP
%e" visit in Starke.Citizens Avenue, New York, New York. 15,000 1964 33.000 1976 I'S"ill COOPERTERESA VIRICIIT .,
You are hereby notified that a 17,000 1965 34,000 1977 _
r $ suit for divorce 19,000 1966 36,000 1978
6O. Of Bradford has been filed against you In the 21,000 1967 37,000 1S79 i
0 SAVE above named Court and cause and 23,800 196 38,000 1980 '
Earn College DegreesIn you are required to seive a copy of 26,000 1969 39,000 1981
your answer or pleading to the complaint 27,000 1970 41.000 1983
CeremoniesA on the Plaintiffs Attorney 28,000 1971 42,000 1983
[ Recent P. O. Box 81,
Samuel W. Getsen, 29,000 1972 43,000 1984

ON THIS QUALITY 1955.. ALL WORKGuaranteed number of Bradford residentshas and Gainesville file the original Florida In the office of 45,000 1985 _

the Clerk of the Circuit Court on These bonds are part of an authorized -_::!' "
received college degrees as or before the issue of ..: .
$750,000.. to be
NORGEREFRIGERATOR J Plus abie Boogie" Cartoon and 'LthLj
university summer sessions end 26 day of September 1955; issued for the purpose of refunding ;
S ,otherwise the allegations of said I certain outstanding obligations of Serial 1 Iieasi to lOa Cff>UrFw
the nation. Chapter Xo. 7
__ Make or Brand Watch throughout Complaint will be taken as confessed the City of Starke, Florida and to It the War* tb&fdeMj STOtHPHOiCC SOUND
__ Any Kaspar Duncan graduated last by you. finance the cost of the construction Plus "Pride of Nation" Special and
This notice shall be published
J.U5-10JJ _ilk tar ji 55 Ik.Fieezw inpartifiut Saturday from Emory Universityof I I once each week for four consecutive of the extensions municipal and water Improvements, sewer and to Sun. Mon., Aug. 28 29 Latest World News.

SEE OUR NEW Atlanta, where he had earneda weeks in the Bradford County electric systems of the City. -
WHILE THEY LAST ONLY $22995 Bachelor of Arts degree. Dated this 19th day of August to Certain redemption of these prior bonds to maturity are subject, the lOti Ctw-A.rOmt$ M. C. WELLS

LovebrightDIAMONDS Miss Virginia Sewell and Miss 1955. details of which may be securedrom j
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -
Florence Brown took degrees from Clerk of the Circuit Court the Official Statement. I
By Yvonne H. Norman. Dep. Clerk Didders are requested to name !1i' Thurs., Fri. Sept. 1, 2
,":' '<.'-"', <<, '" ,M,.;*' :!i" Florida State University at exercises 8/26 4t 9/16 the coupon rate or rates not exceed housci4
I in Tallahassee. Miss Sewejlreceived ing four per cent (4%). and bids I ( HUMPHREY
.. NOTICE TO APPEAR must be submitted on a form to be .
: NOW ON DISPLAYVisit a Master of Music Educa- ,.j" '
NORGEII: ., NORGE IB Circuit Court, Bradford County furnished by the City, such bid to '
tion degree, while :Miss Brown was Florida la Chaaeery."Walter be accompanied by a certified orcashier's i ... --- I BOGART
;: AUTOMATIC '\". Fry, Plaintiff, VS. check In the amount of I
; I .3 ELECTRIC Our Store for awarded a Bachelor of Music Edu- Catherine Agnes Fry Defendant. 1432000. I"' I

WASHER cation diploma. Case No. 10-1161 Complete financial information, LAUREN II
-, : RANGE BEAUTIFUL Miss Brown has to Sneeds, Votlee To AppearTo instructions to bidders, basis of I II' bamboo
gone 11:
i with Exclusive : Catherine Agnes Fry, whose award to successful bidder. bid ; BACALL
p::. (pZk wl! L r xc I IS/V' where she has accepted the posi- residence and address is: 3418 34th form, copies of the Official State- IA
TIME-LINE Hl-SPKD Costume Jewelry tion as director of the Sneeds Street, Astoria, Long Island, New ment, and other pertinent material
be obtained COlOR-by
: CONTROL York. may from the under E'
SURfACE UNITS High School band. You are hereby notified that a signed Clerk, or from Pierce Car- CIHEYASCOP OE WXf aIM!

: tegulirly f iked hularly'icN Miss Audrey Newman, formerStarke : suit for divorce rison, Wulbern Financial Advisory PICTURE ....
La AW. IO has been filed against you In the Service. Inc.. P. O. Box 1557, Jack U ft. woadif erf STWECPHONiC 'Bi6SiFEF
-- '239U,04.1 I-J010: $18900- WILLIAMSJEWELRY resident who was BHS above named Court and cause and sonville 1, Florida, fiscal agent for -.-
you are required to serve a of the City.
librarian, received her Master of copy II Plus "Arizona
your answer or pleading to the complaint The right to reject any and 11.111 Sheep Dog" Short"CaJpso
Library Science degree at the FSU on the Plaintiffs Attorney bids is reserved. '
GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESPhone graduation. Gerald R. Hart. 202 Smith Build- I CARL JOHNS I Cruise Special and Latest -

ing, Jacksonville, Florida, City Clerk. World News.
Another recent graduate was, and file the original in the office August 26, 1955: S/26 2t 9/% I 3" !
10 Court & Madison Sts., Phone 375 -- 151 W. Call Billy Smith who received a bache, of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton : : -
or before the CALL FOR BIDS
Starke, Fla. Starke Florida lor's business degree from the 26 day of September, 1955; ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS 1 J. W. FURLONG
I University of Florida. < ri otherwise the allegations of said POWER PLANT Plus "Cat Revenge" Cartoon.
I \ & Complaint will be taken as confessed CITY OP *> -- '
by you. STARKE, FLORIDA -- --
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TTVVVVTVVTTVTYTTVVVVVVVVVVVTVTVVVTTVTTVTYVVVVTTVT Icomprehensive type dictionary.Did full for this ;year. A. J. Thomas Sole Owners. and file the original in the office place or residence and address is than the 15th day of September,
know that there are New Bethel Baptist Church, Dated this 17th day of August, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on unknown. I 1J55. If you fail to do so!! De.-ree
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED you A.D., 1935. or before the Pro Confesso will be entered againstyou
f You are hereby notified that
no such words as DISENCOUR- Rev. A. Vinson, pastor, held bap- 8/19 4t 9/9 5 day of September. 1955; a for the relief demanded in the
tism on Sunday. the otherwise the allegations of said suit for divorce has been filed Bill of Complaint.
NOTICE Complaint will be taken as confessed against you in the above entitled seal of
TO hand and
revival three APPEARIn WITNESS my
other common words that we of- young girls by you. cause; and you are hereby requiredto
Ozora Johnson Editor ten misuse and mispronounce.Now confessed to Christ as their per- County Tile Circuit, Florida Conn, IB Chancery.oi Bradford This notice shall be publishedonce file your Answer with the Clerkof said Court this a day of August

. . . . . . ... . . . . .. all the students in adult sonal Savior. They were given Matthew L. Bright Plaintiff vs. weeks each in the week Bradford for four consecutive thereof this Court upon and Plaintiffs to serve attorney a copy 1955(COURT SEAL) Charles A. Darby
------------------------- ---------------- --- Elouise Bright Defendant. County Tele-
school know it is correct to say Christian Baptism last Sunday. graph. Samuel V Holch 40S-A Main Street Clerk Circuit Court Bradfurd f sun-
School planning: Ends er is here and classes will beginon DISCOURAGE and ONLY. Don't W wish to congratulate the par- Notice To AppearsTo Case No. 10-1116 Dated this :2 day of August, 1S55. Daytona Peach Florida not later ty Florida
( ) Charles A. Daroy
The Bradford County negro Sept. 1. Instructor Bettle L let the $2 registration fee keep ents of these girls on the leader : Elouise Bright, whose residence Clerk of the Circuit Court. -
and address is: 2 St. Paul --
teachers culminated their planningon Horne comes to us highly qualified away. Come in tonight. ship that motivated them to join Place, ronz. New York By Marian U Crosby, Deputy ClerkS
the county-wide basis with an to teach business education and Sununt'r1s1t you the church. We hope that You are hereby notified that a suit / 4t 8/2'
educational tour to the east coastof will have several typing classes rs Dorothy Hankerson Deloris for divorce, custody and controlof NOTICE APPROVED ENGINEERED
Florida. of the teachers the regular school day. Guest of Marzie Barnes was Jenkins and minor children In The Circuit Court. Eighth jBdical ,
Many during native Shirley Ann Scott i bas been filed against you In the Circuit Of Florida, la And For
visited Marineland. The afternoonwas Adult classes will be in sections Rosa Belle Styles Howard, a will be examples for others to above named Curt and cause and Bradford County.In FACTORY FACTORY
resides in are required to serve a cf ,
you copy Chancery.Samuel
who now
spent at Butler's Beach St. since we hive only 10 new of Starke follow your answer or pleading to the complaint D. Hardison, Plaintiff -vs.
Augustine. A very delightful day typewriters. Enroll early w that Philadelphia.( She has not visited. on the Plaintiff's Attorney Sephronia Hardison Defendant.Case .
of 1933. Kitchen & Schwartz, 713 Pro- SERVICE PARTS
was reported by all the teachers. you will be in the first croup. the city since the summer i Central Truck Lines fessional Building, Jacksonville, Notice To Defend No. 10-1135
at the progress
Teacher TransfersThe According to the Instructor it She is gratified Florida TOSephronia Hardison whore ,

supervisor principal ,and will take the average person about that has been made since she leftThe Expand State Route
mother of Ella Lumpkins is ""' ''-I I Washing' Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning
weeks to bconfamiliar -
RJ.E. to
faculty of regrets announce fl&Sik. .
with the of the typewriter.The visiting the city from Sanford. Central Truck Lines Inc of Rom where Wrecker, Service
that A. B. Nathan teacher parts Ji\ I sit Joe Marsh
Stella Lock reports a very delightful Tampa has purchased the inter- .. fy
classes not meeton
of 7th and 8th grade will not typing may '
and HtiHgi'--j
her children state of -
with rights Spanish Trail
be with us this year. She has been Tuesday and Thursday but visit 1');
return soon for an extended -Transport Inc. of Mobile Ala., I BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
appointed to teach at John E. Ford Monday andV sln diy. The plans to
Elementary school Jacksonville.She nights that will serve the greatest stay.Clinton and began operation of this ad- After-Dinner Speaker TESTING AND STARTER
and son were ditional service on August 7. ,
has worked in Starke for number will b* used. BRAKE
the A. O. Central now operates direct I TUBES GENERATOR t
the nine and has donea education guests of their parents, Gets His LINING
past years Courses in homemaXing accompaniedby schedules between New Orleans, ,, SALES BATTERIES
very fine job in the elementary woodwork and music will be Jenkins. They were Mobile Jacksonville "Deserts"I FENDER
of the Tampa, Mi-
I president I
department of R.J.E.We offered now that school has open Auto Association, ami, and Orlando. In the near "Red"Thomas tells about a diness and said: "I I REPAIRS
Southeastern suppose was a
will have as a replacementa ed and all the qualified teachersare Jacksonville from Talla future the company will also have ner party he and his Missus went bit outspoken tonight. I WORK SERVICE SERVICE
teacher from Georgetown in back in the county. For the enroute to through trailer service between to in Center City last week. He she replied "Of Quickly
course not No I
Putnam County Joseph Green. He most part, Supervisor Johnson has hassee.L. New Orleans, Mobile, and all ma- said it was a wonderful partyexone could have Complete Lubrication Service
comes to Us highly qualified witha been teaching general education C. Jenkins, better known to" jor points served in Florida. Cen- cept for one guest who was a real out-spoken you. ,
major in elementary education with emphasis on reading, spelling, the people of Starke as "Clint, tral is the only regular route com- "know-it-all,"right from the start. From where I sit, it's all right i
arithmetic and current events. is the district manager of the to have opinions as DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
and a minor in social studies. mon carrier operating direct long as you I
Green will be remembered as the Some art and crafts has been in Southeastern Auto Association. through service between these Whatever the subject, this don't try to force them on neigh. Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks

husband of Kathleen Green, teacher troduced.All Clinton Junior remained to spendhis points. fellow considered himself an"expert" bors. Take those who would deny .I

of english at R.J.E. high school adults are asked to bring vacation with grandparents Wasn't quiet about it, me an occasional glass of beer I We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs

several years ago. We are pleasedto the money for pocket books in here. REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION XAMENotice TO either. He told different people simply because they prefer some :

have a part of the family return English, arithmetic, spelling and Albert Albright has enjoyed the is hereby given that the what automobile to buy, what thing else. They're welcome to I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

to Bradford County. social studies. The books are 35 company of her daughter-in-law, Chapter undersigned 20,953 under, Laws the of provisions Florida, Acts of books to read-even told some their choice but shouldn't try to

Adult EducationAll to 50 cents per copy. Each perso Rose McMillian, of Detroit, Mich., of 1941 will register with the Clerkof who they "just had" to vote for. force me to be a "party" to iU! _

persons interested in en- will purchase his books and keep for the past' week. Rose is the the County Circuit, State Court of in and Florida for,Bradford upon* When it came time to leave 600'Temple Ave. gps phone 69

rolling for typing classes are them for future reference. AU wife of J. W. McMillian, formerlyof receipt of proof of publication of this fellow must've felt a pang of

asked to register now. The teach students are asked to purchase a Starke. a native son. They have this Florida notice Realty, the Co.fictitious, of Starke name(Not of, conscience.He turned to the host- rJoe YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
lived in Michigan for the past 15 Inc.) under which we are engagedin
-- ._ :a .. &- _____.:=-- She will leave for Detroit business at 365 Temple Avenue, .. .
years. Starke, Florida. -" -- -- ---
Copyriiht,1955, Unittd State Bfewers Foundetio '. ----;,-
from Jacksonville after visiting Guy Andrews, TV. B. Sewell. '- -- - -- --- ----- -- --- ----- -- :-
relatives and friends there.

Shut Ins
HUNDREDSof We regret to announce the illness -

of M. L. Paul, teacher of the

details are managed and economic fourth grade at R.J.E. She has

ally attended that only a trained and not been able to attend the pre- ,
planning so far. This week the :
careful organization can attend whenthe
teachers met in their individual q
( urgent need for serving is at
schools. She has served as ad- c\
hand. visor and coordinator for the -

elementary school of R.J.E. and

DeWITT C. JONESPhone secretary of the Bradford County
Teachers Association for many <
7 Starke, Fla. years. vF \
1 .M..M. n
Rev. Damon Dell, district super-
_.. '
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur intendent of the Methodist Episcopal -

Church, has been shut in
local funeral home enable U to offer convenience to!
for more than a week. After attending 4
services not otberwli .,aRable.I' a district convention in

Jacksonville, he was taken ill and
ordered to bed by his physician.
We furnlsh the highest type cenrtc at lowest prices and Calvin (Koot) Lumpkins is wellon

accept ANT life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT the road to recovery but is :

company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. still wearing a cast. We really
fr.f .
Consultation carrlet no obligation. sympathize with him during these \

_6 I "J hot days and hope that he can

soon have it removed. We wish

for all of these shut ins a very ',oV'

speedy recovery.

Earns Degree ,. 'f#
0\ \ / Susanne Williams, former teacher ::

I of Hampton Training School,
PHJLC was awarded the B.S. degree at :+x N

Florida A and M College duringthe
summer convocation. She has

HurnyfUmitOO taught in the county for many S

years and will teach this term at t

e i R.J.E. school. We regret to lose l g

this very fine teacher in Hampton,
but Principal Taylor hopes to replace sH'L =

T VI All Offer her with another good primary s 1
teacher. Hampton will also Y;

be a primary school center with

first, second and third grades.
f 111\\\ Join Air Force

Recent graduates of R.J.E. to

join the Air Force are Bonnie k

Morris, Maxie Rogers, and Phillip 6 .. w.. ...+ .
Hunter. Bennie and Maxie are

now in San Antonio, Texas, taking -
basic training. t

According to Bernice Morris,
mother of B. T., they are. doing
fine and feel that they will really

ar enjoy working for "Uncle Sam."

Wilhelmina Brooks is the motherof

.:o. Maxie Rogers and the efficient

,, '". _.,t'C:: "'4'.".:.,... ;< secretary of the Congress ot
'" !" Starke.
f .
:!l ...,.<.. ', Correction please she is not
"" ";; the pianist.

"TheJIIustrated Rattler KilledA ,
f gigantic rattlesnake more
of Knowledge"$105
Encyclopedia than five feet long was shot and

i I i J YOURS FOR ONLY killed by Theodore. Morris after t; .

Value I Aaron Holly had tried to kill him F s
with a shotgun .but could not.

Complete Set 00 The button.snake had He eight was approachingthe rattles anda \ -V I ISD Ik

ww, new home of Aaron Holly on
the old Lawtey road. \ '
$ Church News
20 complete books in to cover Sunday, August 29, will be

10 deluxe volumes. handling Men's Day at Mt. Moriah

It's the world's new and shippingest Methodist Church. Rev. D. W.

encyclopedia. Demps, pastor. The program for '-
t, .-.r the day is being co-chaired by at r e

& with purchase of f this new 1956 Robert Dell and Louis Kelly. A 1 J
very fine program has been pre- 0 1

I-* 21-inch Philco Swivel Console with pared for the entire day starting b rV
with Sunday School at 9:30: ajn.
The feature for the day will be

Tuning the address by Bishop W. E. '

pffiu4 Bowens of this Episcopal district. Refreshing
jfri Music will be furnished by the
B B V* **f At Just a touch on top of the male chorus. The general publicis

j. ," set turns it on, changes invited to attend the servicesall
HI.' IU I stations automatically or Each member is askedto
... day.
) z turns it off. Mahogany pay his complete assessment in

po I w' Veneer Swivel Console order to make this a gala day. Discovery:: !

turns for easy viewing. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church
r .
i 1 ,' Acoustic Lens for sound i announces the coming of annual Things are looking up when you

_in full dimension. Women's Day. Rex Grooves; -

I. ."' \ -----rrrrI -- Thomas pastor, as has the appointed general chairmanfor Irene pause and refresh with ice-cold Coca-Cola! For the bit of quick It's Easy to See. I

( : I l! the observance. s
j Remote Control Very good F"
I ,. .
speakers and music will be fea- in Coke back why Coca-Cola is by far the
I Only $10 energy brings you wonderfully-and with as fewcalories ,
tured all day on the Third Sundayin most asked-for soft drink
I Even from across the 1 September at Allen Chapel : .' j.- .

$ 1 1 1 I room just a touch I II Church. Several captains have as half an average, juicy grapefruit Discover it for in the world
t C I changes stations. j I Is been appointed by the pastor to .
\t t L..1 contact all the members. Pleasedo ,' j.. .'
your full duty in this programas yourself. Have a Coke-ice-cold! '
(\ $ J.OO this is one method we are usingto : .-
i '. raise conference claims. Furniture -I : ,

for the, parsonage is being k ,
"' MIICO 4160 A week '
donated to the churchby I _<
practically -- :_: ,' ..
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brother and sister Thomas of V V -- : '- t

North Street We are deeply \.... lOTTUO UNDEr AUTHOIIIT or tHE COCA-COIA COMPANY S7 t \
the .
a grateful to them for helping :
the church almost to put empty some furniture parsonage.in a.- f,r

Conference: is about two months STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ;
away and the pastor wishes to
6 1955. THE COCA-COU COuttott t
make a round report All members -
232 E. Call St. Phone 198-;I are asked to pay dollar "CcVe" it a registered trade-mart. r

money and educational claims in .

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Bullington Says That Picture CraftIs First Graders Register At Starke Elementary Denmark Suggests ; Keep Children Home With Television:

Quiet Study Nook : Shenherd Is Eauiooed To Sell. Service

Fine Art Training For Students I & -- - -

j "Television is certainly the answer for as little as $2195 and just

I For Student Use ,i to the plea of parents as to imagine the delight of your childif
Is there a budding young artist cently been developed for it. With
j I how to keep their teen-age boys you present him with one of
in your family? You might this fast film you can take inside "
and girls home at these wonderful
I I nights says little sets at the
not think so. but it's true that pictures with your Polaroid with-
Believe it or not, vacation days I Inman Green of the CHAS. SHEP- beginning of the new school term.
every member of the family can out using a flash bulb. Give it a '
Tare I almost over, and now is the HERD RADIO & TELEVISION: SHEPHERD'S also remind
enjoy the satisfaction of paint- trial and you will be amazed at you
I time for parents of school age I SERVICE, the only completely that they are now local agentsfor
ing beautiful pictures with amaz- results. children to be thinking about. equipped and staffed service facility nationally advertised YORK
ing number" sets Hallmark greeting cards are I
"paint by says I
ways and means to make the ap- in this area. Refrigeration Air-Conditioning -
BULLESTGTON STUDIO.It always the cleverest and most at-
proaching school term one that I "Many parents tell us that their one of the oldest and most respected -
is wonderful for tractive for occasion, and
a hobby a any
will be pleasant and profitable children are now quite content manufacturers in the field
student, and for the older folks, BULLINGTON'S has such a large I
for the children. That's where the j Ito I stay at home and see a good SHEPHERD'S can now supply the
too. No special artistic ability is assortment that you're sure to find
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. television program rather than public with air conditioning units
needed. The directions just the right card to
are easy to express your 11 can be of great service to par- trying to find some new place to for Restaurants, Motels, Business
follow and are sure to result in a sentiments. Come in and brouse ,.,. ..
IV- jjI ---- pl'r>"" """ --w ents in this trade area. go each evening," says Mr. Green. Establishments, and the Yorkair
beautiful Visit BULL- around to heart's content. ,
INGTON'S painting.now and pick out There are gift your suggestions galoreon This is the way it's done. Little Miss Helen Proud parents and pensive offspring paid visitsto A certain amount of homework Every school-age child should Home Heating and Cooling Units.
is if the child Is have the advantage of his "Year 'round
having comfort
necessary the
several of the delightful scenes our shelves and visitors are always Dee Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard the Starke Elementary School last Friday to I at flickof
!Ato get the best grades in school. own room equipped with a small a switch," the motto of mod-
that available. will be welcome.Mr. Smith of Starke, taste of school register youngsters school
are They gets an early embarking on careers radio
I and the student is much more set of his very own, in ad- ern day living.
such fun for you and the children Bullington is always on from a first grade teacher Miss Madge Middle- for the first time. School for the kiddies beginson t likely to stay home and apply dition to the larger family tele- For a free estimate on anything -

during the long, winter evenings.And hand, of course to take picturesof ton. Helen Dee registered 'for school Fridayfor August 29, but the registration was held himself to his books if his home vision set in the living room. Excellent in our line, just call 239.

they make wonderful gifts! weddings, parties, entertain- the first time and her academic career will early to get the paperwork out of the way be- provides pleasant surroundings small radios can be bought We'll do the rest.
BULLJNGTON'S is also local
agent for the amazing Polaroid ments, anniversaries, etc. at a get an auspicious start in a brand-new building fore school bells commence ringing.EN and modern conveniences.It I

and has in stock the very moderate fee. Just phone 265 is a pleasure to look around ,
camera now the spacious display floor at DENMARK'S i, Housewives On The Washeteria
two new fast films that have re for this important service. Rely
and see the. many attractive -
I Pre-School Officials Confer
items that be used
can ,
Meat And Produce

to make the student's room orj"nook" I To Save Valuable Time And Monev"Don't .tt ,

more attractive and use- |
Pre-School Physical Check-Up ful. Mr, Denmark suggests that ---- --- -- -"
Needs Filled By II get old before time. meal that
: every student should have his own j your : they require during the
private desk where he can keep i Take the drudgery out of wash school term. ,

and books without fear of day! "If a mother ruins her health
Of Children Is Urged!! Bv Koch'sVacation Lawson MarketLawson's having papers them disturbed. I This is the slogan advocatedfor by overwork, then she has saved

..... : Eyestrain can usually be avoidedby I busy housewives by the man- nothing in the long run and may

I Tlji proper lighting, but studying I agement of the WASHETERIAon eventually put the family on the
have to the most
days come an important phases of getting -
Market & Cold Stor- Temple Avenue. financial rocks with hospital and
under lighting likely
improper s
end with the opening of school I ready for school is to provideall I
"Just "
age, located near the depot on to damage the eyesight for life. place your laundry in one doctors bills, the WASHETERIA
next week. We hope that every- children with a thorough
Washington St., carries the finer A reading lamp will solve this I of our automatic machines and in warns.
one had a wonderful vacation and checkup before the term begins.KOCH'S .
line of fresh meats and meat pro- problem, and no parent shouldrun I 40 minutes receive them spotlessly Don't take a chance when it is
that all school children will would like 'f'
our return to
ducts available at mighty rea- the risk of letting a child clean and ready to iron! This so easy and simple to just bring
to the classroom next Mon- that take
child to the
you your sonable prices in these days of strain his eyes under a dim and convenient service costs only 40 your family wash to the WASHE

day just as brown as a berry and family physician for a thorough I high costs. t improperly placed light, when a.cents per machine of nine pounds TERIA. You can either sit and
full of vim, vigor, and vitality. examination early in the
No school child's meal is really I good light costs so little. capacity. Bleach furnished free! wait in comfort while we do your
But don't forget fall and school term. If the doctor should I
Washed, dried, and folded for clothes,
rest anther or you may go on and
without kind of Proper is importantitem
complete some
winter are Just around the corner suggest a tonic or a round of vitamins k only 60c." attend to other
to the child. If not your shopping
nourishing meat-the body's chief you are
and unless are armed with then to
you come KOCH'Swhere No
mother can do justice to chores or household duties. Then
comfortable mattress
source of protein. LAWSONS invites : providing a I
proper drug necessities your child each and every prescriptionis : for child, are herself or her family if she at- when you call for your clothesa
mothers of school children to your growing you
might develop a common cold that given careful preparation. You' 1 > 1 tempts to do the household laun- short while later you will find
will cause him to lose all the won- should start on vitamins rightnow come in daily and select their ;.. doing him a grave injustice that
in addition to them clean
dry her other and
I .-: his school work. many sweet-just as
;, might handicap
meats and from #
derful of and poultry a large .
reserve health so the child's to .
resistance, .
A mother
who is tired better
,"'I Sometimes folks in the out good or than if you had
variety of choice cuts on displayin ._ '< the. older
strength built up during the sum- colds will be built up by the time 'j.- Ie'' have the best in mattresses, after a day of laundering is in no done them at home.
this clean and sanitary market.In I
mer months. cold weather arrives. A coffee break gives a chance for chat between condition to her schoolchildren "Have time to play-do
a principals of but to feel that anythingwill prepare I your
these it is essential that seem
This is the warning sounded byKOCH'S If a child is not days, "
failing or get-
the two-week the good, hot evening i clothes the WASHETERIA WAY!
housewives shop where they will long pre-school training period which opened for do for the children. This is
DRUG on eve ting along as well as he should in
of the opening of school. school, don't lose patience with get the most value for their money Bradford County August 15. About 130 teachers certainly not the case-especially .

In the next nine months your the teacher or the child. Perhapsthe There is no economy in buy- participated. The sessions opened with a discussion of mental when DENMARK offers famous ,

child will come in contact with trouble is that the child's ing inferior grades when you can health in relation to schools by Dr. R. McComas of Jacksonville named Beauty Rest mattresses at ] MEET-

other children, some of whom health is below par. In that case, have the best for less Lawson's. (left), head of the mental health division of the State such reasonable prices and on -
The cold facilities atLawson's such easy terms of payment.This j
let KOCH'S advise with and Board of Health. ABLE A.
you Taking all in, right to left are School Supervisor -
be bearers diseases
of contagious ; help you keep your child in shipshape offers farm families and. L II. Gibson and BUS Principal Charles S. Partin. weekend-shop DENMARK'S -, __ __. "*. He knows the value of
your child will also be exposed to I during the coming winter others the opportunity to CHILL for a happier more bene-|

cold and damp. Therefore, one of: months. & PROCESS FOR HOME FREEZERS -i ficial school term. ( .a good fountain

freshly butchered meats, or pendable and safe, and for the our facilities and merchandise," I pen

meats bought in large quanitiesfor past few years has proved to be say the Lawson "If you want YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-1 1 for classroom work
HOME FREEZERS at very the best in meats and poultry at brook purse-size fountain pens In. _

Give Your Child A Useful modest cost. very popular in this section. prices you can afford to pay," pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford I

Bicycle The refrigeration service is de- "We invite your inspection of you will do well to pay us a visit. County Telegraph. ; HE USES. .


For School Advises Western AutoLike I!I Fully Air Conditioned Guidon Grill Healthful Foods At Edwards Grocery I

to make the new school girls with bicycles never have to I

term easier and happier for everyone worry about their parents beingon With Students And Parents Provide Energy For School ChildrenWARDS
concerned? What better way time to take them to or from ,

than by investing in a nice new school. Then too, a bicycle comesin -

bicycle; for every school-age child very handy for running errandsfor So far the cost of living shows carries a full line of
George Kopelousos, the genial on U. S. 301 in Starke. This
in the family? mother before and after school: little if any indication of coming I fresh meats, feeds, gas and oil. |
proprietor of the GUIDON GRILL, new place is now under construc-
No matter how you look at it And bicycles are just one of down in the near future. But in Being outside the congested bust i
of his friends and tion and will for
is be
truly proud ready open-
it's quite a chore to rush through the many useful items carried by I: spite of threatening inflation, ED-: ness district, EDWARDS GROCERY :
customers and he has good this fall.
rea- ing some time George TpiN TiNR
breakfast to take the children to the local WESTERN AUTO WARDS GROCERY is glad to be has a low overhead and
son to be, for hundreds of them will continue to operate the GUI- ORS VIRl
school-then have to go back and .STORE. Household appliances of able to help the housewives of can consequently pass the savingson F ERY
eat with him every dayhomefolks DON GRILL on Call St., of course,
bring them home in the afternoon. 'all kinds, many hardware items, Bradford County keep their school- to satisfied customers in the the EV .
tourists alike. but his
and new place will offer some ?
Why not rid yourself of this ;toys, fishing tackle, paints, etc. In its more than 14 years of services heretofore not available age children well nourished with form of lower prices. Another ad- caR
I good, wholesome food at pricesthe vantage of being out of the con- pOIHI
time-killer by buying each youpg- I are just a few of the many items serving to the public in Starke, i to the people of this community, _
will allow.
family budget gested area is that there are no
ster a sturdy new bicycle at the :to be found there. the GUIDON GRILL has built up I I such as a private dining room. That's why Mrs. Housewife is parking problems for our custo- T.wf dv g2yy

WESTERN AUTO STORE? Just I "W feel that your patronageis an enviable reputation for good I The GUIDON GRILL is always more appreciative than ever of the mers. The ladies never have any /
food, cleanliness, courteous and fami-
hospitality, open on Sundays many
come in this weekend, before a vote of confidence you havein cooperation given by Mr. and Mrs. trouble finding a parking place,
waitresses, and moderate lies take advantage of this serv-
Edwards and their efficient staff and never have to search for a
school Monday, and let Mr. the WESTERN AUTO '
opens prices. George believes that he ice so that mother can attend
at EDWARDS GROCERY in nickel in Choose
Jaudon show you how easy it is STORE says Mr. Jaudon, "and offers the most reasonable meals church with the rest of the family supplying the family with quality ing penny meter.or to put a park- the

for your child (or children) to en- we want you to know that we to be found anywhere, consideringthe and not have to stay at home foods at most reasonable prices. EDWARDS GROCERY is also

joy the thrill and convenience of really appreciate it. We will try quality of the food and the and fret over a hot stove. Growing boys and girls need and very proud of its fine meat de- right point for the my
served. What it is familiesto
portions pleasure for
owning a beautiful bike. to show our appreciation by giving generous deserve the best foods in order partment. Growing children need
And now Mr. Kopelousos is expanding dine in the cool, clean atmos-
the cordial welcomeand that they might keep fit, in mind plenty of good, fresh meat, which you write..by number
During the school term, especially you same GRILL. )
his service in Starke. In phere of the GUIDON and and
body thus be able to
a bicycle is more of a necessity prompt service in the.future addition to the Guidon Grill, he Come in and let George and his learn rapidly and also give a good gives them strength for work and t ?

than a luxury Boys and that we have given in the past. will soon be operating an ultra capable staff prove to you what account of themselves' on the ath- play. Meat prices at EDWARDSare

.modern restaurant, THE GARD- fun dining out can be. letic field. always the most reasonable

In addition to groceries, ED-I and quality is always the best. ?$ :

I Farmers Supply Ready To Fill Needs Philco Line Offered By NasworthyIs Gem Jewelry Offers The Public I J 1 p d fB p ?

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Tops In Television And AppliancesPHILCO iI I

Farmers, Future Home- there. t

and Girls' Other items stocked by this I "How nice it will be. to begin a "Prices start as low as $19.95 and i'g mad
and 4-H
Boys those are the to learn that prices start as low lssf
popular store include Insulator I new school term with all our fine we are always glad to make terms 1! I
will find in the FARMERS SUP- I i magic letters that spell service I as $169.95, and Mr. Nasworthy is "
Board, Roofing, Thick-Butt Shingles new school buildings, said Mrs. ito suit the convenience of the
PLY on 10th St. the dependabletools I and satisfaction for thousands of always glad to arrange terms to (i I t 's d of
Asbestos Siding, Tarpaulins 'I Becky Simpson of GEM JEWELRY -,customer. Our watches are the I
and farm implements that in popular sizes, and substantial I i fortunate users of radios, television suit the convenience of the pur- in discussing the opening of choice of students. See our window SO !

are so necessary to success in I items for the children in the : sets electric ranges, home I chaser. school next week. "With all our display and be convinced that $2 1
freezers, and and "It is the ,
refrigerators a pleasure to serve comp1.."
I have Has
wheel line. new facilities we should a Quality No Substitute.
modern methods of farming toy ;:countless other appliances throughout -I people of this trade area with I GAP
better school year than ever, andI Handsome pen and pencil sets 8 -olhwttyt il. i425 !
homemaking."Our "We are in the business with | the country. Hundreds of satisfied PHILCO products" says Mr. Nas 4 I
I take this opportunity to extend I are always popular with the busy f4'
farmers and future farm- the determination to serve the customers are clients of worthy, "because my customers jny best wishes for a successful student, and are especially useful .q4 WOJ1W LUGBT SEK5QM

ers should get the habit of buying people with quality hardware and I NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES know the name stands for service term to everyone concerned." during the school term. And when .1 O1lOwrsryus ,
headquarters in this area and complete satisfaction. Whenever 1 1II
their implements in Starke where other farm and home necessitiesat Mrs. Simpson also reminds par- that all-important birthday rolls '*
what fair ," if or, PHILCO products. you buy PHILCO there is ents that a reliable, watch is a around, nothing is more suitablefor :THESE FONTS SKOAllYJLICOMMBWEO FOX SCHOOL USE t ti
they can see they are get- prices Mr. Johnson.
Yes, PHILCO is synonymous with never any doubt. You know you'vegot student's most valued friend and either boy or girl than a beau-II

ting and where the articles can "We are proud to say that we the best and finest reception in the best both in quality and constant companion. Punctualityis tiful birthstone ring. For the Two Points You'll Need For School !

be bought just as cheaply as if have not swayed from this goal Television and with the fall and price." one of the most important wedding or engagement, GEM NO. 1551

ordered from some big mail order and our customers know that theyare winter season approaching, there I And PHILCO doesn't only lead I I traits a young person can have, JEWELRY has a beautiful selec- (Student) .... I

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the FARMERS SUPPLY they trade with us. grams and sports events to choose quality radios is also outstanding in to teach it Beauty, and Feature-Lock We Have The Complete Line Of !1
electric home .
from. If you are dissatisfied with ranges, Watch repair service at GEM Interlocking Diamond Rings.
Half of the battle on the farm There is always plenty of parking freezers, refrigerators, toasters, !
your old set if the screen is too JEWELRY is known far and wide Truly, we are the House of Fine ESTERBROOK
is having good equipment to work space at the FARMERS SUP electric mixers, and many other i for I its high standards and ownersof Diamonds. -- America's Oldest t
small, or reception is not as goodas
with, and the FARMERS SUP-, PLY and a warm and courteous household appliances. See the. fine watches in this area have Get the habit of looking at GEM \
it should be, just' see NAS- complete new line of PHILCOS at Penmaker
PLY is known for always sellingthe welcome awaits you within, so come to depend on GEJE'EL JEWELRY first You'll be pleased \
WORTHY about a generous trade-, Nasworthy's this weekend and RY for this service. with both quality and price
best. They stand behind every why not do your shopping there ,
in on a brand new largescreenPHILCO. get set for a more efficient and "You will be surprised how easyit and the friendly interest that Mrs.
thing they sell, so you are assuredof : where you can do it in comforl' Bradford County Telegraphrt
j\ You may be surprised 11 pleasurable school term. is to own an Elgin or Wads Simpson shows in making you another :
satisfaction when you buy and ease? worth watch," says Mrs. Simpson.'I satisfied customer.

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1- 'nUDn"r"GUS._. 2&.. 19.VI
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Polio Foundation <'. ,...'/iC I{I I!': once weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecutive Leonard, F. Gritting Defendant. above named Court and cause and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or"Live week In the Bradford Ounty
1 'i 1 I Telegraph. County Case No. 10-112 you are required to serve a copy of I before the 12 day of September 195i; : Telegraph.
'1 I Dated this.3 of Notice To Appear your answer or pleading to the otherwise the allegations of said Dated this 16 day of Augt:-- l.::,;S;.
Grants Bradford : day August 1955. To: Leonard F. Griffing whose plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Complaint will be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chanes A. Darby
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. residence and address is Box
Darby I : 354, H. E. Nichols 309 by you. Clerk of the Circuit! Curt
Clerk of the Circuit Court Yaphank, Long Island, New York Building, Fla.
Jacksonville This notice shall be
publishedonce By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy
l By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk You are hereby notified that a and file the original In the office of I each week for four consecu- 8. 1:' 4t i S 3
$7,875 AdvanceA 8/5 4t 8/:6 suit for divorce
has been filed against you In the
.Ni NOTICE TO APPEAR above named Court and cause and
!. Circuit Court Bradford Courry, you are required to serve a copy of .
$7,875 check this week pluggeda .., i Florida In Chantry. your answer or pleading to the
of Bradford County's Luzerne S. Brown Plaintiff, vs. mplaint en the Plaintiff's AttorneyT
hole in one
Anna McKay Brown Defendant.Case Frank Landrum, Starke,
dikes. Careful! ff' No. 19-1119 Florida II'S PERFORMANCE THAT COUNTS !
The check came from the March Notice To AppearsTo and file the original In the office
I : Anna McKay urown, whose of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
of Dimes headquarters In New 1 residence and address is: Unknown or before the .
Bradford out It'sWorth You are hereby notified that a 5 day of September 1955;
will bail
York. It
suit for otherwise the allegations of said CAPTAIN JOE S. ANDERSON tells why he uses Flite-Fuel
of a financial dilemma stemmingfrom Divorce Complaint will be taken as confessed _.,_... ........ __....._. -T*
hospital bills for local polio bas been filed against you tn the by you.
above named Court and cause and This notice shall be published
patients.The you are required to serve a copy of once each week for four consecutive
money was delivered in your answer or pleading to the weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY
complaint on the Plaintiff* TELEOKAPIL
person by :Miss Gaie W. Denn of Attorney Louis T. Ransom. 519 Dated this 3 day of August. 1955.
state representativefor $7,875 Professional Building, Jacksonville (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court
the National Foundation for and file the original In the office of By.Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Infantile Paralysis.All the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 8/5 4t 8/26
I or before the
told Bradford County has 34f : 5 day of September, 1955: August 3. 195.1NOTICK r"I'm Captain of an American Airlines DC-
received from the National Foun- __. __ I Comolalnt otherwise the will allegations>e taken as confess-of eati I, J. R. Wainwright Mayor of' Flagship. I know that Phillips 66 Aviation
dation $5.000 more for polio than .13d by you. Starke Florida, by virtue of the Gasoline is outstanding for performance be-
authority vested in law, do
ever raised locally since the Brad'I This is what $7,875 looks like! Those In effect, were the words of ((once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published hereby rail an election me to be held cause we use it regularly. In Avgas' it's performance -
ford was organized. weeks In the Bradford County Tele- at the Fire Station in the aforesaid that counts...and I judge automobile
chapter Miss Gale W. Denn of Tallahassee (right), state agent for the National I graph. I own by the qualified voters on ;
Bradford chapter chairman Sara Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, as she turned over the i.1 Dated this 3 day of August 1955. Tuesday. September 13, 1955. for the gasoline same way. 66 FUTE-FUEL.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles purpose of electing the following "In my car I use Phillips tFunFLIL
Barefoot explained the $7,875 money to Sara Barefoot, chairman of the Bradford County March of Clerk of the Circuit A. Court Daroj officers: :: is the only automobile gasoline i: .:' k a

check is an advance of funds, an Dimes. The $7,875 is an "advance" from the national chapter so By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ONE OXE CITY MAYOR CLERK FOR, TWO TREASURER YEARS with added Di-isopropl!, a high-powered aviation .. :.' ." t
be 8/5 4t 8/26 '
otherwise might
advance which Bradford can pay for treatment by local polio patients. TAX ASSESSOR AND TAX COL- fuel component. It gibes wonderful per ; .
used in other phases of the nation'sfight LECTOR FOR TWO YEARS formance in car." .
against polio. IB Circuit Court Bradford County, TWO YEARS' b:'' i
She said the Bradford chapter I time is not estimated. Brooklyn Lake are in St. Louis, Florida; In Chancery. TWO ALDERMEN FOR TWO upturn Joe S.Aiderstn, America.Airlines
Doree D. Houchins
the adult classes of(I I where :Mr. Grayson has entered Plaintiff vs. YEARS
hoped to repay the money from Coleman P. Houchins Defendant. Inspectors of said election:
contributions made in the March of I j1 the First Baptist Church held ai I I the :Missouri and!: Pacific Hospital.Mr. Case No. 10-1129 T. C. Hazen _
Order Of
PubJlt'aUo..d Notice' T. T. LongA.
Dimes next January. picnic supper at the Keystone Grayson, a retired railroad To Appear) state Of Florida To L. Crosby, Jr. .
Miss Denn explained that the Beach. The. menu consisted ofj(engineer, has been sick for the Coleman P. Houchins whose resi- S. G. Denmark q
I huge chicken and rice and his friends dence and address is: 503 N. 8th Ruth Broadway '
National Foundation recognizesthat pots of past year many
i I Hopewell Virginia In testimony whereof. I hereunto s
polio respects no state or which were cooked by the men, and :i hope that his stay in the hospital I You are required to appear on subscribe my name and cause the \
county lines. For that reason it the ladies of the church prepared (.:will be of short duration. Sept. 5, 1955 in the above named seal of the said town to be here- \r- ne : .\ :
Court and wherein unto affixed this the 2nd. day of
I delicious salads, baked beans and Miss Virginia Seegars and :Miss cause plaintiff r.
is willing to help those counties eeks divorce and custody of minor August, A. D., 1955.
which into the red to assure deserts. Evelyn Massa of Philadelphia, recent children OFFICIAL SEAL)
go I J.
Boy Scouts of ifr.} and Mrs. Louis Bradford County Telegraph shall Wainwrlght, :Mayor
the necessary care of polio patients. publish this Order in ATTEST: Carl Johns, City Clerk
Despite the development of the, Troop 105 rof Keystone Heightsis Kyle have returned to their weekly Issues. next four 8/2 5t 9/9
Salk vaccine, Miss Denn said that enjoying the best camping sea-'I homes. seal Witness at Starke my, Florida hand ,and this August official 1.,In The County Judge' Court Of .z

polio isn't yet licked, as demon- son since the troop was organized. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oliver 4, 1955. ) Bradford County. Florida.In ---- -

strated by the Bradford financial On August 7 the troop left for spent several days at their sum- OFFICIAL SEAL As Clerk) Cnsrfes of said A. Darby RE:Probate.IN Estate of Franklin C. Hol- .-

picture. Oklawaha River where it campedfor mer home on Lake View Boule- By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Court Clerk lingsworth. Etc.. Deceased. :

Bradford County polio officials two days, The boys then wentto vard. The Oliver's have left Keystone Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life ,I All:NOTICE TO CREDITORS I
persons having claims demands
or -
had asked for $9.000 to pay hospital -I Silver Springs, where they took I for their home in Maryland.Mr. Attys.Dldg. Jacksonville for Plf. Florida.8/2 4t 8/26 against the estate of Franklin GtJqIlli1IAf4.fiiit

expenses of local patients, so in the Carriage Cavalcade as and Mrs. George Clemensand I. Circuit Frank C. Rollings-worth C. Hollingsworth, also and known as as F. {OrSv Performance!

some bills will remain unpaid be- guests of the manager.The family have returned to their Florida In
cause of the smaller advance from troop was in command of home in Hillcrest after an extended Mary Taylor Glynn. Plaintiff, vs. hereby notified and required to file
I their claims in the office of the --- -
Elmer Livingston, scoutmaster, vacation in the North. Francis S. Glynn, Defendant ,
the March of Dimes. spent County Judge of Bradford County fill with
Cae If it's want
No. up powerful
10-1148 performance
and assistant scoutmaster Van I Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Boyd Order Of Publication And Notice Florida, In the County Court Houseat top you
To Starke, Florida, within eight cal- new FLITE-FUEL. Both new FLITE-FUEL and new
and recent guests of Appears State Of Florida Tot
Carpenter.Big daughters
rv.n..nrrrm.mmnKeyslolie endar months from the date of the
Francis S. Glynn whose 66 Gasoline have been fortified for increased
have returned first publication of this Phillips
VaudevilleA Mr. and Mrs. John Dye, address is: Unknown. notice, or f
Fort Lauderdale You the same will become void according higher octane, longer mileage. Remember, the
large delegation of Keystonefolk to their home in are required to appear on to law. This power
HeightsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA will attend the vaudeville Dr. Boyd is director of Court RE'pt. 12 and, 1955, In wherein named First publication August August 15th.19,1955.1955. one real test of motor fuel is: how it performs in your
show sponsored by the Junior the Plantation Field Laboratory seeks divorce. plaintiff James Executor Franklin of the Hollingsworth Last Will ,and car. Try a tankful at your Phillips 66 Dealer's.PHILLIPS .

Woman's Club at the Melrose at Fort Lauderdale, a branch of publish Bradford this lounty Order Telegraph shall Testament of Franklin C. Hol PETROLEUM COMPANY
next four
High School on Friday night Au- he University of Florida. weekly Issues. lingsworth, deceased. 6
8/19 4t 9/9
Fkh Fry gust 27.Eagle Mrs. Elmer Livingston and children Witness my hand and official seal Service too 6
Entry blanks are out for the Scout have returned home from a 1955.tStarke, Florida, this August 16, NOTICE TO APPEAR 'In Driveway ;

annual swimming races sponsoredby Bruce Prevatt, who was recently visit with Mrs. Livingston's father- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I.Florida Circuit In Court Chancery.Bradford County THAT covmrl: .

at the the Keystone firemen Beach to be held awarded the Eagle Scout badge, in-law, Elmer Livingston Sr. in I By Marian L. As Crosby.Clerk Deputy of said Clerk Court vs.Robert Eernice Harry Ann Campbell Campbell,Plaintiff Defendant. -, PHILLIPS 66 DEALER

Keystone on August has the distinction of being the Daytona.Mr. Hon. Chas R. Hess 204-05 Guaranty Case. No. 10-1147
26. This contest is open to boys Life Buildinr Jacksonville. Fla. %. lce T* Appear.
only boy attending the Jamboree and Mrs. John Davidsonand I Attys. for Plf.. 8/19 4t 9/9 To: Bernice Ann
and whose
girls of families living in the PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE
from the North Florida Council. daughter of East Point, Ga., residence and address is: Unknown

Keystone Boys between area. the of 8 to The Jamboree, held in Ontario, recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W I. Circuit NOTICE Csurt.TO Bradford APPEAR Camaty. ult You for are hereby notified that a AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANYMERCURY'S

age Canada, is attended by boys from I J. Andre of Brooklyn Bay, have Florida !. Chancery Divorce
13 I
will complete in the 50 Charlotte
yard Griffing Plaintiff vs. has been
> flied
every country in the. world. Bruceis returned to their home.A against yon In thi I J
course. from 14
Boys to .
17 will
; the son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron reunion was held at
compete in the 75:
yard course. I
Girls to Prevatt of Lake Brooklyn. the home of the DuBose familyon
up seven years will com-
pete in the 20 yard course. Girls Mr. and Mrs. William Reynoldsand Sunday, August 14. About 35

from 8 to 12 in the 40 yard course; daughter Jane have returned members of the clan attended.

girls from 14 to 17 will competein home from a three week vacation Mr. and Mrs. William Penzlin

the 60 yard course.' spent at their summer home in the have returned home after several

Church Notes Great Smokies in North Carolina. short trips throughout the state. Only Mercury offers all these

covered St William's dish Catholic Club helda The Reynolds, while vacationingin visitor Miss with Gladys Mr.Beckett and ,Mrs.a recent Fred you

supper at the Re- the Smokies, entertained Dr.
Dodd, is in Nigeria, Africa where
ception Hall recently. At the con- and Mrs. A. J. Holl, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
clusion of the supper election of Creighton and Mr. and Mrs. C. she is engaged in missionary workin .

officers took place for the fiscal Oliver of Keystone Heights. the African wilds. Miss Beck- extra values at

year. Also the election of a presi- Jackie Rcott Jr. of New Briton, ett, while a vistor here in Key- no extra cost
stone showed color films and
dent for the :50-50 Club for Au- Conn., g-tndson of Mr. and Mrs.
slides she had taken in Africa.
gust.St.. EL W. 1 Avyer, who is a guest of
Ann's Episcopal Church was his grandparents for the monthof Mrs. Gary Gardner, the former
Sue Siprelle, is a guest of her
entered and damaged
by juvenileswho will leave
did considerable damage to Sept. :5 to enter Tabor Keystone Prep Naval on parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sip- ...... <',. .. -. .' .. .... ." .,.....,..... ....' .. h

the walls, pews and floors of the and :Military Academy as a sopho- relle while her husband, Gary, .. .

Church. The parents of these more. Tabor is located in Marion, is with the National Guard in ::. : : :

young children have offered to Mass. camp. -- ,:,> .

pay all damages, which at this Mr. and Mrs. James Grayson of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and BUYING GUIDE -

family were in Rock Bottom to t ,
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attend the Bible Conference held 1. Exclusive styling shared by no other car i .
there during the week of August ;.

14. At the conclusion of the con- 2. More usable Super-Torque power188 and 198 .'
ference in Rock Bottom S. C., horsepower V-8 engines J

SPRING SALE the Dodd's went to Lake Louise at
3. Super-pickup 4-barrel! carburetion all
Toccoa, Ga., for the Youth for on models ii: '

Christ Conference held at that
place. 4. Dual-exhaust systems on all Montclairs and Montereys p- j ,

.-. ,. Co!. and Mrs. John McDowell] ,f ;Y
--S' : ; have returned from a tour of Can- ,: 5. Special anti-fouling spark plugs for peak performance at all speeds s-

ada and northern Michigan. Whilein a

SEAT Canada they were the guests of : 6.. Exclusive-in-its-field! ball-joint suspension for easier handling f''
Col.! and Mrs. Yon at Rain Lake. ::

They also visited Mrs. William ; 7. Best consistent record for resale value in its field y f ,

Janzen, Mrs. McDowell's sister

COVERS in Michigan.Mrs. H si s/ -4

Ruth R. Dean and daughter. -

Elinor, of Summit. N. J., are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Deanof
4-Door 9A195 Keystone Heights.Mr. -

and Mrs. William Siprelle i (1L ,

Sedan & Up launched their boat in Palatka

and plan to take a trip up the

St. John's River for a few days
; -
I sail and from there to Silver :
(1 Springs before returning home.

i( Mr. and Mrs. William Dermody
i of Lake Geneva have moved back '

.:: -: '_ ;- ;'- :':- '- :: ',.> ._---, :' -;-, _.. ._ -_ ._--- -:. .. I to Keystone from Opaloka.

I Mr. and Mrs. Trafford Conrad I

of Lancaster, Ohio, are guests of

Mrs. Ida Gentry and daughter on I i

I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsytheand "

HAMILTON'S family have returned home I

from vacation spent in Connel- y7vzs



I Cemetery working of the Sapp w o ; ;

I Cemetery will be held Tuesday, .....-

I August 30. All interested persons C -op The 198-horsepower Mercury Montclair hardtop-one of 11 stunning models in 3 series

I please bring tools.NOTICE .

Act now! Cash in on Mercury's sales IT PAYS TO OWN A

I. Circuit Court Bradford Conatr. I

I Florida Alexander la Cbaarrry. success. Our record-breaking volume i
Casey Plaintiff. VS.
(Carlyse Duke Casey Defendant. mERURY E!
I Case Xo. 10-1110
waM j\otlee To AppearTo I
: Carlyse Duke Casey, whose !
residence and address is: 713 Mo- permits record-breaking deals. Stop in i
hone Avenue, Norfolk 6, Virginia.
You are hereby notified that a FOR FUTURE STYLING SUPER POWER '. I II
suit for
Divorce I f for the ; .
''baa been tiled against you In the I I t figures today.
i above named Court and cause and ___-.4) :

you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy com-of I boat miss the big television hit Ed Sullivan's TQAST OF TIlE TOWN" Sunday evening, 7:00-8:00: WMBR-TV. Channel 36. :

plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Louis T. Ransom, 519 Profes-
sional Building, Jacksonville ,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of tbe Circuit Court on
or before the 5 day of September,
: 110S Starke, Fla. Phone 415-W said 1955: Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken at of Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke, Fla.

confessed by you.
1 This notice shall b. published

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Methodist Church New Bradford County School Teachers .vvvvvvvvvvyvvyvvvvvT,11 "Sign Of The Pagan"Vill ;:

Sunday 9:45 a.m. Church I, BAYLESS HIM% \' Appear At Parki i j Wash Your Clothes

School, I1 X00 a.m. Morning Wor- 1 The fifth century onslaught of I:

ship. Topic: "Th2 Supreme $ .k I I Dy Anna Ruth Crosby I,Attila's Huns against the Roman I 9 Pounds
Treasure", 6:00: p.m. Recreation I
Empire is depicted in "Sign of
p.m. the Pagan," Cinemascope film For 40c!
per for Intermediates and Seniors and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Mrs. appearing Sunday, Monday and

7:15 Worship service for MYF Lavon Crosby and son, Ricky, Tuesday at the Park Theatre. I FREE Bleach If Desired!
Hi-Way Chapel I I At The TabernacleAn Groups, 8:00 p.m. Union Evening Stars include Jeff Chandler,
Service at First Presbyterian ett' Miss Pansy Crosby and Mrs. Bob-
Assembly of God I Jack Palance, Ludmilla Tcherinaand 0
added interest to the week- Church. by Crosby of Bayless Hiway and Rita Gam.

Sunday-Sunday School 10 a. end services at the Gospel Taber- Tuesday 9:30 a.m. WSCS Mrs. Otis Crawford and children The film is the story of a cen-
We Will
ja., Morning Worship 11 a. m. nacle was the leadership of Mr. Prayer Group 7:30 p.m. Weslyan of Jacksonville visited the Na-I turion's effort to halt the bar-

Saturday-Story and Recreation and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns of of Service Group.Wednesday tional Guard boys last weekend at .barian tidal wave before it en- Dry Your Clothes
had !
Gainesville, who charge
7:00: Youth gulfs the separated segments of
Hour, 3 p. m. p.m. J Ft. Ala. .
and McClellan.
the Saturday night meeting Choir, 8:00 p.m. Chancel Choir I the Empire at Rome.
also assisted in the Sunday morn- Rehearsal. Don Newman, Miss Joyce: Miss Tcherina, a French star, For 20cIn

YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- ing service. I Crosby and :Miss Delores New!won fame for her role in "Red New Automatic Driers!

brook parse-size fountain pens in. Various members of the groupare Final Union Services mans attended Sardis Baptist: Shoes." Since the age of 11 she
pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford attending evangelistic meet- 'has danced professionally in
This consists of new teaching In the Brad- Church vacation Bible school commencement : 0
County Telegraph. ings being held for two weeks by [ Slated For Sunday smiling group personnel I Europe's ballet theatres.
Dr. John McNeill in the Trinity ford County school system' Newcomers, left to right, are Marian last Friday night. La-.

Bible Church of Lake Butler. I The final union service in this Conner, Marjorie F. Lee, Barbara Bunch, Anna Ruth Ljles, Mrs. W. \ter they carried Betty Ann Mc- BROOKER

summer's series will be, held at M. Terry, Jane Trawick, Geraldine T. DuMars, Claude Johns, LonnieW. Cullock to Lake City, where she BAPTIST CHURCH TheVasheteria\

Presbyterian Church the First Presbyterian Church Moench, Margaret Phillips and Margaret Peek. caught a bus to her home in Sunday School 10 a. m. :Morning
COLONIALFLORIST Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Worship 11 BTU 7
Alabama.Mr. a. m. p. m. Temple Are.JOHNSON starke
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- Special music will be furnishedby and Mrs. William Crosbyand Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer

ing Worship, 11 a. m., "The Si- the First Presbyterian choir, SOIL CONSERVATION children spent last week with Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev. _, _'
lences of God." Union Evening and the evening message will be C. B. Stallings pastor. IILULUIEUFi <- .---'"
her relatives in South Florida. -- -
Service, 8 m., First brought by Rev. J. E. Sherwood, I
Worship p.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and
Church. Observanceof pastor of First Christian Church. I
Presbyterian II
PHONE 218 Lord's Supper. Sermon by Rev.J. Rev. W. S. McAliley, pastor of. family spent Sunday with her sister I

E. Sherwood. the host church will preside, and By Bill Haas in Bryceville.
Rev. R. D. Sommer, pastor of J Gerald Crosby spent last weekin MOTORS
Monday, 7:30 p. m., Fresoy- U.S. SOIL CONSERVATION '
(j) Youth Fel- First Methodist Church will lead Miami visiting his aunt and
tery. Skating Party for the singing.The r uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edmond-
lowships. SERVICEDon't I SEE
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., monthly Lord's Supper will be serv- son.Mrs.
FLOWERSFor Board of Deacons. ed by the elders of First Presbyterian I .y -. ,,,., \ Rufus Crosby is spendingtwo
meeting Wednesday, 7:30 m. Prayer Church with all three pas- forget, the time to order staying at his mother's house or three weeks in Harrisburg,F
All Occasions r tors taking part in the service. your pine seedlings is now. Plant- Penn., with her children. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONES
While his farm ,
Meeting. ing time runs later in the year, discussing plan
DISH GARDENS I Thursday, 3:30: p. m., Junior There have been nine services in but orders are accepted until Harold said he gets more result!; Sunday School, Church Services,
Choir Practice. the series this summer as com- September 1 by the various state from his pine trees with less la. BTU and Prayer Meeting same 45 AND 333
POTTED PLANTS pared to five in the series of last nurseries. bor than any other crop. time as usual. Don't forget young
LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH year. Three services have been peoples meeting every Saturday
POTTERY STAGES HOMECOMINGThe held in each of the co-operating And pine plantings are not as Soon you will see distinCtivE!l Iat 8 p. m. I
churches.The long in producing direct or indirect green and white metal signs 01 1
Flowers ''YiredAnywhere annual homecoming of the public is cordially invitedto profits as you might think.It gate posts throughout the county I

Lawtey Baptist Church will be this service. is true about 35 years are need- These signs will have Bradfor

held at the church next Sunday, ed to produce sawlogs, but slash Soil Conservation District an VISIT CALL WRITE
August 28. Everyone is invited. 'vvvvvvwvvwvvvvvv, pine on good: soil sometimes reach I Cooperators' name printed 01
Nona St. SUrke Dinner on the church groundsat pulpwood size in 12 to 14 years, them.

noon. AH former members of and before that frequently you
,this church are urged to attend. HEILBRONNIljr can make cuttings for fence posts. Soil Foster Conservation Shi Smith District, a Bradfon' MARION FINANCE COMPANY '" .

In addition, the trees are use- super ,
... Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ful as windbreakers and shade. visor, brought back from his tri]

Don, Champion farm forester,.out west seed and planting ma P. O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE
Visitor I
"Every An Honored Guest" that terial of grasses that are out
Florida Forest Service, says
Rev. W. B. McCrary of Key- the service anticipates a big seed[standing producers in that area
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. stone Heights brought both morn- ;crop in both long leaf and slash The material has been planted ii; 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Hampton Fla. ing and evening messages at the pine this year. the District's nursery. It is thi e PHONE FR-6-5333 COLLECT
Heilbronn'Baptist Church Sunday.Mr. I woodlands idea of the District to plant then
Sunday School Training Union and Mrs. Ancel Norman and i Natural reseeding economical of method of different types of grasses so tha r
is the most
10 A.M. John- folks in the county can see then
7 P.M. children and Mrs. Florence full stand trees,
establishing a of
son were guests of Mrs. I growing. There is also a possibility
Don Hill Supt. Edward Saxon Dir. Kenneth Norman supper in Starke Sun- if seed trees are available.natural To establish re-- that one of these plants migh. .
woodlands by $25.00 LOANS 900r
urday night. be a good producer in this area
Hear These Sermons On Aug. 28th seeding or by planting seedlings,I One of the big aims of the dis
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns of fire control is a must.A .
trict is
to find a that
11 A.M. "The Sin Unto Death" Tavares spent the weekend herewith be grass cai
grazed all round.
relatives. complete soil and water con- year
8 P.M. "The Unpardonable Sin.MMarvin servation farm plan was deliveredto I
Mrs. T. N. Norman and son,
Faile Harold Eunice. Harold just got
Pastor Gerald, returned home Saturdayfrom .
back from the hospital and is --
a weeks vacation in Jackson- II -'"

ville.Mr. Bradford Health Nurse
and Mrs. Barney Eggersand
children of Jacksonville spent Receives Scholarship

the weekend here with relatives.Mr. .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE and Mrs. J. L. Gillyard returned Mrs. Martha Snellen public
to their home in Orange health nurse with the Bradford

City after spending a few days'County Health Department, has
FLA. here with relatives. 'i been awarded a scholarship for a

Mrs. Ancel Norman and Mrs. year's study at Peabody College,

REV. LEWIS D HAINES Pastor Florence Johnson attended a cem- Nashville Tenn. She will leave
September 3 to begin the course,
etery working Mt. Sinai near
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Graham Thursday.T. which will apply toward a degreein

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 N. Norman and Ancel Nor-\ public health nursing.Mrs. .

Snellen became associated
man made a business trip to
Gainesville Friday. I with the local health departmentin
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00: P.M.
Mrs. Martha Green and son 1952 and plans to return to her
Sunday School 9:45:. A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Arthur, went to Tampa last week- duties here next August. .

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. end to visit Mr. Green, who is a During her absence, her positionwill
hospital patient there.YOU'LL be filled by :Mrs. Hugh B. In- /iS "

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at LOVE the new Ester- gram a registered nurse.

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1 3, and 5
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School Bells Peal Board practice wanted and, at to the discourage same time this BHS Football Squad Continues Practice Three Men Form Bradford Bond Sales I''I 1955.In sales the first reached seven months of

$69,593 as com1 -
be sure the marriages had no ill ,-- United States saving bon: sales 1
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effect on the remainder of the : Brokerage Firm j, in Bradford County amounted to :I pared to $61,2S6 the same month

student body.So j Bradford County $27,625 in i last year. This Increase is over 13
For County Pupils Three prominent July, according *:o bond

far the new policy has men recently completed forma chairman S. L. Peek Jr. I per cent. _

I. brought no protests. Four or b: tion of a partnership as the Flor- \ I
) ,
.(Continued from Page ---- .
I five have inquired about it, so : ida Realty Co. of Starke. } -

trophe schools will strikes slip Bradford safely past County the' apparently Terrific its effect Job will be felt ; i brokerage Partners firm in are the Arch rear Thomas estate Sell It Rent It Trade It

financial hazards. Few realize the terrific job involved i
Sr, former legislator and Circuit
Foots Bill Bradford's edu- I
State in getting Court clerk; W. B. Sewell former

harried And. Bradford if it's any County consolation taxpayers to- cation manufacturing plant under- I president of the local bank; and WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Guy Andrews former ta x assessor -
they are footing only $148,700of to be coordinated are the I .

the school bill. The state puts routes of 19 white and three 1 : I Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
Thomas was corn in the vicinityof
under the
up Mimimum close to Foundation$700,000 Program.Also negro bus drivers. The teachers I Kingsley Lake in 1893 and hag 20 WORDS OR LESS. OXE INSERTION _ 50c
33 colored and 102 white -
lived near Starke since 1902. He EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cDI
the dark side of the
on have been at work for two weeks
that Bradford 'i served overseas in World War I Cor\T OF 15 PER CENT O\ TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS
picture is the fact out of planning the year's program. and was active in the National SSe uinmoxu. FOil m.i\n 'fl5 on children still are hanging
I BHS Bandmaster M. C. Thomp- Guard for He FOR REXT-Kingsley Lake three I
the windows despite the additionof years. once was OPEX SEPT 1S'O -*"

27 new classrooms.For I son has held majorette individual tryouts ;, r ,- '", --.--,_ ,,..,..,.. -. ;\tw- -, ----. -. -, L- .. ..: ,__ ---_ Starke insurance agent.He thru bedroom June.cottage All modern furnished conven, Sept. ; Priest.: A. M. Catholic Center:!tchg M-:' _
and started whipping -
I iences. Rea.onahle rent. One
served in the 1927
example, at the Starke band members into tootin' shape. Here is the long and short of the Bradford Bradford High football activities got underwayin Legislatureand I mile South Strickland's"" Landing. FOR
beginning in 1932. served 20 Hoke Harris SALE-Building lots on new
held Rt 1 Starke
school classes still will be Coach Leonard Register has worked High football squad material. Harvey Tannerof mid-August with the Issuing!' of equipment for I Stchg Islanding Road Also small tra>"-
in the old canning plant and in a years without opposition as clerk of acreage or subdivision. l. n..c'
the football prospects into a Starke the left is 13-year-old eighth the 1955 season. Here Coach Leonard Registerleft from
wooden office building. on a ; ,of the Circuit Court. He has a city limits. Also good u"ni

converted Bright Sides I sweat for two weeks. < grader who tips the scales at 97 pounds and ( ), i issues! the grid gear to Bobby Shannon wife and three grown children. I ATTENTION $35.portable Mrs. L.Underwood M. Clark. Rt.typewnt 1. B..:\:

There bright sides of the 3,200 Students measures four feet 10 inches. On the right is (center), 13-year-old eighth grader. Awaitinghis I Sewell served as an executive ; FARMERS! 440. Bessant Rd., left at Call S' _
v are school becomes an integral bridge. 1 mile. Ivhg
Teachers for instance Monday Arthur Locke of Starke, 18, who hits 193 pounds turn on the right is George Bradley, 15yearold I officer of the Florida Bank at I

picture.seem reasonably contented with white and part in 700 the negro lives students.of 2,500 I and measures over six feet two inches. From tenth grader. Both youths are from Starke, |I Starke for 18 years. He was president -I $5,000: 510,000. $5,000 15 >F.\V HOME I _

the $200 a year raise granted by Most of them will flock to the' the standpoint of weight these two youths are and both are trying out for football for the first in from 1954.1937 until his retirement ; $10.50 -- 6 :MONTHSNO S \RTOGIIEIGIITS

the 1955 Legislature and passed- {consolidated schools in Starke. the largest and smallest turning out for practice. time in their scholastic careers. Constru.tloa starts Immediately.
School I He born in Ga. in MEMBERSHIP FEES Price to *rtrran
on to them by the Bradford I was Temple. flOOOO dawnparmrnt.
I I But there are other schools with 1889 and has f&O.OO ntthiB one

Board. k 175 white, pupils in Lawtey 90 I Georgia New banking York and experience New Jer-in Auto and Truck Liability mouth Veteran*, small 35.oo at don closing.* parmeat Xo., ______

Also the county has $525,000u in Heilbronn 128 in Hampton and Bradford Football Team Handicapped By Lost PotentialHandicapped nominal amount at rlualaK. Bal _
in new facilities bright and i 125 in Brooker. j sey. Like Thomas, he is an over- I Doyle E. CONNER ance IM than rent. Kitrben

gleaming new buildings and equip-II[ seas veteran of World War I, equipment if druirnl. Completion _
Bradford has some one room I I date >oiembrr 15, 195.. Make _
when he
) rose through the ranks Insurance
ment which would do anyone schoolhouses in operation, with by the loss of boys I "The schedule is a little rougher from private to lieutenant. He hasa I AgencyPhone I your kelertion BOW.

proud. I I one teacher units located at negro unwilling to forge through stren-I Football Schedule I; because we dropped St. Leo and wife and three grown children. 285 136 W. Call St. FLORIDA REALTY CO.

For this money, it got 27 class- schools in Wateroak and Hampton. uous practice the 1955 Bradford I New Smyrna and added Perry Of
two Andrews was born at New River FOR SALE-New S x 8 x 16 Con- StarkeReal
of offices
rooms three sets There five teacher High Tornadoes still are roundingout and Monticello. I I
are negro Follow big is the Bradford in 1908. He has a University of crete block. 18c Cement J1.40 Estate Broker
new cafetoriums, a gymnasiumand football team" "Both and Monticello per bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per
units in Lawtey and two at into a "rough School Perry are 355 Temple Ate. Telephone 3S3
All will be High varsity football Florida degree and has performed bag. Bradford Engineering Co.
music building. Markr. Florida
a Thurston. according to the coaches. about the same size as the Tor- phone 34. Starke. tf
fK'hPduJeUh home graduate work at the
used for the first time this year. Coach Leonard Register said games nadoes," said Register. Universityof

All of this includes A new negro I I Urges Insurance the number of prospects have marked with an "IT': According to the coaches the Wisconsin.I WOULD $100 A WEEK interest you"
this week
School Supt. Morgan Sept. 16 Macclenny FARMS FOR SALE The J. R Watkins
building at Lawtey and class- to their chil- dropped from 62 to 41. Yet backfield is shaping up with Glenn I He has worked for the U. S. De- a Ihewire man, or Co.a is Qualified seeking
urged place
parents JUinticello II
RJE Sept. 23 ( ) I i
rooms and cafetorium at I "most of the boys are looking a Reddish at quarterback Wayne; partment of Agriculture and once 7 A farm, two bed room tonne, lady to distribute nationally ad-
the dren under the school's insurance Oct. 1 Palatka (II) I I modern convenience. 3% tulle ertised products in
( ) In Starke, I operated a Starke farm implement Bradford
negro each Wooten left half Lamar Shawas I
the I coverage for accidents. A $1 premium little sharper day. I Oct. 7 Yonge, GMlle as .' from StnrLe. Price $3,750.00.Terms. County. Are you the one whom
Starke white school got gym, Register added "Some good right half, and Kenneth Elder business. He served as a Navy we are trying to contact? Write,
music building new classroomsand pays the cost of coverage Oct. 21 Lake. City I lieutenant during World War K Acre farm, 1 bed room fconx*, or wire us at 659 West Peachtree
I fullback. n.
I for a full year. boys quit this week because they Oct. 28 Perry 2 mlle of StarLc. Price ?V::iOO., _St..N.E.. Atlanta. Ga. 4tchg 9/2
cafetorium. were not willing to work hard Register said Elder "has speed 'He served as Bradford County tax Term
I Morgan pointed out that the |I Nov.1 Seabreeze (II) !assessor from 2 Bed room houe, :"Vt acre land FOR SALE-Oladiron Ironer, Bendixwaloht
| and 1948 to
On MarriagesOne and will when
Policy which know is the price of power be called on to 1952
we ,
10 ,
large tree
School Board by law is prohibitedfrom Nov. 10 Ketterlinus (II) pecan grape pressure cooker
of the school system'snewer success. j II j carry the ball a great deal." j he resigned to run for Congress.He orange near CouutIIospLtl.. for home canning bathinette.
innovations is a policy compensating for injuries I would rather have 20 Nov. 18 Green Cove Because two letterman ends! has a wife and three children. 1M.50O.OO. 'I'rma.FLORIDA baby scales, baby auto bed all
suffered by children. I "But Nov. 23 Fernandina (II) in excellent condition. Call 2601!
not a structure. The School Board I boys who love hard work than were lost, Register has made I The three have established of- REALTY CO. Keystone Heights. Itchg

says married students must at- There have been no striking I some shifts in that position. Ha- fices at 355
50 lazy ones. Temple Avenue. Of StarkeReal FOR SALE-Strawberry plant, Mis.
tend adult school at night instead changes In the curriculum. The I Register said the two assistant when school starts August 29. rold Godwin has switched from E.Ute Broker sionary or U. S. 90s. Strong

of regular classes. county purchased 10 typewritersto coaches Winton Criswell and Joe I "I believe the team will be the backfield to right end. Recreational 355: Temple \\f'. Phone 383StarLe healthy or $8 per disease 1,000.Vrlt free. $1 per 109
Cause of the policy was the install typing at the Starke ,. and The coaches listed Speech C. R.
Hull are "working night day ready for the opening game. If outstanding Florida Beardsley Pomona Park Fla. or
fact that about 30 students negro school, and an arts and and doing an excellent job. I don't linemen as Edwin Johns Jerry Set By Woman's Club see or phone Herb Thomas at 329.
we can injuries down we
welfth grades I crafts course will be installed for Ito
between ninth and them. Lawson and Joe Harden.
know what I'd do Register 'AXTED-Practical nurse to keep
last The! the first time at the Starke white will win our share of games this At Sept. 8 Meeting FOR
were married year. The chief coach said the entire added these youths "have really nursery at Methodist Church durIng RENT-Unfurnished 5-room
school R U morning worship hour. Call house at 617 E. 10th St. $37.50 per
by Furguson.
squad is eager to put on pads year. been showing excellent spirit." I An address I 3ft7 in the mornings to inquire. Up mo. with light and water. See
3IeaJ8 20 Cents prominent Marvin at fish market next door
To The CitizensOf city recreational expert will fea-i FOR RENT-Cottage. Four rooms to Nick's.
Cafeteria prices at all schoolsare Bradford Property New Baptist Church ture a meeting .I nicely furnished. Electric refrigerator -
StarkeI expected to start at 20 cents Teachers Suggest sponsored Thursday and lights included $35. FOR SALE-10 acre farm. 2 ml
but warnedthe Formed At HeilbronnThe September 8, by the Starke Adults preferred. E. F. Nuern- east of Starke. Has 7-roora house
a Supt Morgan
I Sales Are Slower Woman's Club. I burge Kingsley Court Kingsley with lights and water. Bath
wish to announce that I price may go up if the cafeterias Lake. 4tp 9/16 room. 10% cash. Ealance lke:
candidate for the office don't break even. More Time Needed North Side Baptist Church, The meeting, to which all city U rent. See L. G. Hemingway Box
a %93.
am Starke. Fla.
new 4tp 9/16
Than AnticipatedDespite a worship center near Heil and county officials will be invited -
Councilman. With these details in mind.
bronn to hold
hopes its first
serv- will NICE WHITE
in this office! be held at 8 p. m. in Rooted Missionary
Bradford trek to
Having ices in its new building on the Strawberry-plants for sale. $4 per
before 'I feel that I am well I'I Monday for a full day not half For Race ProblemContinued the chant of the auc- 4. Rev. Milton Dukes is the Club building.The SIGN SHOPOne ressa.thousand. W. A, Swindell, The-

qualified to serve you. mind you *f learning in the tioneer and the banging of the pastor. speaker will be Nathan Mile South 2tp '/Z

If elected I promise to 1955-56 school year. Bradford real estate isn't [Mallison recreation director for
One) gavel, Rev. Dukes On Keystone Highway
( from Page said 50 membershad the City of Jacksonville.
of our He has
the whole people But there is for rejoicing.They'll .
serve room hands fast as it
as ap
changing organized the church and been in recreational work Phone 178-L _
town and can and will give get a full holiday a week Thirty-four white three negro, for 35
I services ,
have been held in a tent years and is district PrIl/h _
kind of service have, Labor is eventual but pears. director
the you later September 5, Day. believe integration near the new church building.An of the Amateur All Types Signs
Out of five pieces of property Associa-
to expect not ready.
right is
the county
a all 'p
day service with dinner .
Thanking you for anythingyou City Council Restores | Eight white two negro neither 'presumably sold by the auction served at the church is plannedfor tion.As SPECIAL ON HIBISCUS. All good 9 _
method in the recreatic ial varieties at Starke
do for me I am the Court decision past few weeks only : director in Jacksonville Nursery. Itp % ----i--.i.
Couple To Vote BooksThe favor nor oppose two sales have been consummated.One the first Sunday the new build- [ he has staged many functions -
will do as
but ing, is used.
I W. M. EDWARDS sale was last August 11, and special activities for Jordan. We guarantee Water. Evinrude Motors
one negro
(I'd. PoLAd'_ ) City Council reinstated two Twenty-six white. : Rev. Dukes said the public is youth. Phone 5-2013, Melrose. Fla. 11/25
decision but when J. O. Bass of Jacksonville and
the Paris
...-- -- of the"89 voters stricken from the are against Court W. Harry Crouse of Linton Ind., cordially invited to all services of Mrs. Hogan Smith committee I WANTED-Painting or Repairing. .. Service
(1.-p-p- will do as required. the church. Good work Reasonable.
J. B.
registration books as either movedor chairman in charge of the meeting
for 285-acre ranch -
paid $14,750 a
Murphy 206 S. Cherry St. City Up
t deceased.At Win Not CooperateSix four miles out on the Keystoneroad. Issues Correction stressed that it will be strictly Zimmel
I the request of Mr. and :Mrs. white no negro, are againstthe The following statement was issued non-political. However all can- WANTED-Insurance Agent for Runabouts
Sellers were Charles AI .
BackToSchoolHealth local territory. Phone 88%. Lake
I Cecil Sewell, both of their names decision and will not cooperate I Shelley, I. T. Lyons and their by Rev. Dukes in order to didates in the current city campaign Butler or write P. O. Box 316.

ExaminationsAre were put back on the voting books. in integration. I wives. .clear up what he said was wrong will be invited. The general Lake Butler. Ztp !8/2 FRED'S MARINE

Sewell a state beverage agentin Four white no negro are impression created by an article public also is extended an invita

ImportantMany Jacksonville, told councilmenhis against the decision and will actively -I The other property exchangewas .in The Telegraph last week. tion.She ELECTRIC MOTORS CENTER
the sale of the old ,
absence from Starke was tem oppose integration.One I In his statement Rev. Dukes said Mallison's talk will Rewound and Serviced

porary. question was "Would you home and rental units at Cherry said that he and about 50 members -'be concentrated on the inauguration -I I Temple & Pratt Starke
children are dull and than serve in an 'and Eighth Streets to W. T. and General Machine Work All
There were no other protests so resign rather of the Heilbronn Baptist operation of a city recreational -

listless because of some spinal 37 names were stricken from the Integrated system?" Ten white I(Billy) Jackson of Starke. Jack- Church organized the North Side department and its value Work GuaranteedReasonable RUBBER STAMPS made to order;

misalignment. Your Chiropractor books. I no negro teachers said they would son, who had agreed to pay Baptist Church. Last week's news to the community. Rates daters. oumberers, notary seals,
is a specialist In correctingsuch Fifty-three white 2,0 $15,000 prior to the sale purchasedthe the facsimile stamps. Bradford County
About 1,900 Starke residents resign. story gave figure as about 25 Telegraph. tf
conditions. would not re property from his step-father
said they
however are still on the books as negroes members. RED SEAL %
were 31 Leonhard for that amount at -
voters. sign. Rev. Dukes further stated that ELECTRIC & MACHINE STATE BANK KEYSTONE -
the auction.In .
Your child's health during his and eight negro. the article conveyed the impression FDIC.HEIGHTS. FLA., MEMBER .
determine May Be ViolenceDo all the other auctions the ...- SHOPF.
formative years will -I that the people "followed"him ;
teachers anticipate -, \1 W. GRAUDOX Owner Mgr. LET J. D.
bis entire future. the j I pattern is the same. The owners out of the church. "This is ODOM. JR.
integrated system Temple & Pratt Ph. 397 H4NDLB YOUR
Now Open violence under an had representatives to make the erroneous," he said. "The members CATTLE AND BOGS I
and six _
Sixteen SALES
? [highest bid to of the church deny that they UTC O..k
Phone 108 for an appointment would be serious keep the property Each WednradarEach
negro said there follow anyone but the Holy Spirit." BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE-Rem Galneewlile Friday
today. Our children are SMITTY'SBARBER violence. Thirty-nine white and i:from being sold at a price unsuitable ington Quletwriter Portable Type- U
among our most precious posessions. said there would be Last week's article stated that \ writer with Miracle Tab and carrying -
Let's them the six negro them. Because of this the members of North Side Bap. d!A case. Office demonstrator.
give I minor violence. No violence was the property has not changed -::::--.::._, .. $125 value. Yours for $100. Brad FOR SALE
I ,
best care. SHOPCourt predicted by four white, two negro bands. tist Church "planned" erectionof ........( ford County Telegraph. tf
church. "The will be
said a
I while 34 white and 14 negro I In all ,.. FOR RENT-New five room house SLAG ROCK
Street Opposite cases the auction feeI near enough completed to be occupied furnished on lake, school bus and
H. G. BOLLINGER they did not know. I amounted to 10 per cent of the by the first Sunday in Sep mail access. By week or permanent. Excellent
Court House The white teachers overwhelm- price announced at the W. S. Sibley. Phone 3852. for Drivewaysand
auction. tember. Services are currently .
CHIROPRACTOROffice integration must be Keystone Heights. ltp Parkways
ingly I i the unsold catagory are: conducted in a tent located at the
I a period of years Awake but -
accomplished over
YOUR PATRONAGE I I The eight-unit Floral Motel two cross roads near the State Farm" $3.00 Per YardIn
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"very gradual"process '
located 2 blocks WILL BE GREATLY I Listing It as a ,miles north
north of were 69 white and 10 of Starke where the Rev. Dukes said. 5 Yard Lets
Post Office In Starke. APPRECIATED auction reached the $18,500 point BIAS I

Hours 9 to 12. 1:00 to 5:30 negro.Sixteen white and seven negro '!H.still A.in Fox.the hands of Mr. and Mrs. Fire Destroys HomeA THIS rude fellow oyer-slept. Whata RADIO And Call

Thursdays and Evenings I said it would take one or two awakening! BILLY JACKSON

_ by Appointment D. H. SMITH years. I I The Pinehurst Tourist Court fire, August 13 totally destroyed ..1.1I Phone 165

Where should integration start? 'and Grocery on Highway 100 with- a negro dwelling in TELEVISIONREPAIRS

u.J Owner & OperatorBEAUTIFUL Fifty-three white and 19 negro.!lin the city limits where the auction Knight's Quarters. I Don't be a Somnolent Sam.

-' _._ ____ -- teachers said it should begin in 1 bid reached $16,500, still in I Firemen reported the one story ,iWake up now to the fact that RADIOS REPAIREDAll
w- three. The :the hands of Mrs. Anna Albrecht your property is worth plenty. .. All Mdel
grades one through frame house occupied by Granville & *ble ebaric aaraatee4
I The 160-acre Inadequate insurance can lead CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
in ranch-farm
only other major catagory was and Harris was beyond saving when
'ia W. Tall lilt.
: 9 .tar"> Pfc. tS9
HEALTHY the universities where 35 white residence just north of Starke the Fire Department arrived. Ma- to financial nightmares. See

PARRAKEETS I and five negro teachers said integration I(where the auction bid reached !I jor efforts of firemen were to con- this Agency for a protection LOW PRICES POWER Sale. MOWERS We service For Rot an<7
what we se'i.
should have its starting $14,250 still in the hands of Mr. I ifine the flames to the immediate check-up today. Tiny's Service Station, Temple

Baby birds easily trained. full of love I place. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson. 'I area. Why Pay More Ave. tfchg

/S and affection. Make wonderful pets. Could white teachers maintain 20 Years ExperienceS
I Firemen said the building valued
AH in full plumage in all colors. Blues discipline in integrated schools? Election To Council BULL-DOZING -- FILL
lat $1,000. and $800 in furnishingswere I H. C. Wall Agency
In all shades. Yellows, greens, and Forty-six white teachers and 15 totally destroyed. They listed DIRT LAND CLEARINGOyster
10 and Asked By Mrs. Johns
white. Also yellow-faced blues. All negro think so. But white the cause as unknown. I Shell
Phone 427-W Peat Humus
one negro do not. In the "don'tknow" In ':
raided and acclimated to our Florida September BallotMrs. I
catagory were 33 white I Phone: 146 DAY OR NIGHT Bldg. Sand- Paving Driveways

climate. Hundreds to choose from. and 11 negro. I Ruby Johns Starke beauty I; yy. c. T. u. 920 Thomas St. I

Could colored teachers maintain OVID LEWISW.
shop this 200 E. Call Street -
OVER owner week
discipline? Eleven white and her --J ,,, Madison St. Starke
candidacy for - ---- --
a seat on the BE RISKY THERE'S NONE
I 15 colored believed so. but 36 City Council FOR RENT Nice four bedroom PH. S56-W
Starke Fla.
white and three colored do not. tember 13 election. : I home on Kingsley Lake, on a year
: WillS KEY. round basis. V. Q. McCoy, Jr.,
Highway 21Ke'stone Heights I Not knowing were 47 white and Mrs. Johns is the NATIONAL VOICE. I P O. Dox 411 or Phone Fr-2-4S61, FOR RENT-Furnished apartmenttwo
10 only woman ( ) Gainesville. 4tchg 9/9 rooms and bath across from
negro. among the nine candidates SchooL Adults. (33 McMahon.Mrs. .
i- Would white teachers treat to fill the two Council seeking --- I FOR SALE-Remington Rand Noiseless A. F. Sauls Phone 183W.
-- iI: students fairly? Thirteen vacancies. ---- I typewriter. Excellent condition tfchg
__ -"- : ,. :: -,: negro She is ---
a lifelong Walter
resident of $55. Martin Lawtey.
white. eight negro said yes. But Starke and i 3tp 9/2 FURNISHED APATME.VT for Rent.
.|,50 white and nine negro said no. a member of the Fi' %WINKLER Offline First floor-four rooms and bath.

I Not knowing were 29 white and i'Baptist Church. She has one grown SERVICE FOR SALE and-6 medium ft. Frigidaire sized refrigerator deepfreeze 119 Madison St. Phone 137. tfchg

TV Service 10 negro. son.She separately or together. .GOOD COTTAGE and three acres,

Would negro teachers treat has owned and operated Phone 146. Stp 9/2 completely cleared. woven First come.fenced.first Property serv--

white students fairly? Nine white her own business in Starke since FOR RENT-Newly: redecorated ved. ){. T. Donovan, Box 18, Gra

,and six negro teachers said yes.' 1946.Mrs. 3-bedroom, 2-bath house. 2 ham. Fla. Up

All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates I| Forty-six white and 10 negro said I : Johns said she believed I blocks from school 210 8th

I no. Not knowing were 36 WhitE! a woman's viewpoint would be of (Adkins) St. Key next door.

Fully Equipped.. DependableAll and 12 negro. value to the city particularly I RADIO ltchg I

I Would the teachers want tc.I with present-day emphasis on !

Makes and Models .teach in an integrated school? growth and beautification.She I AND FOR SALE or Rent-New three rr
j j Twenty-four white and fOUl bedroom home on Lake near rf
said she would support, Keystone Heights. Possession
I negro said yes. Twenty-two white generally, any measure which is I TELEVISION Sept. 1. Dr. H. G. Bollinger.
and six negro said no. Undecided ZENITH 17" phone lOa, Starke. ltp ,
financially feasible
and yet of
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV I were 48 white and 18 negro. public benefit. Evanston T1814R r 14
ONE OF AMERICA'S fastest grow- tr
The results of the teacher sur- Salesand ing Companies need a good man PHONE 414-J tt
When Your TV Needs for well established
a Insurance!
Radio Seat Covers vey are not to be taken as conclusive .
UpholsteringPhone I Service Call 166 Service Debit In Palatka. Fla. Further
of the entire study's find- YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Inquiries call Fr-2-8171 Gaines FOR REXT-Five room furnished r.

239 Starke, Fla. ings. Completion and comprehensive brook purse-size fountain pens In -ennsrsj-rsssnnsSsflSssnflS'nsr S 4 ville. Itp house on Kingsley Lake J50 a C

- -- -_,. -- evaluation of the study pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida REPOSSED 21 in. Motorola TV Set month. Mrn Marks Ritch. Itp t

--- -- .- -- --- --___ -I.11, will take a period of months. ford County Telegraph channel 4. Take up payments. HOUSE FOR REXT-Apply at Bus
9 Phone 66, Dahmer's. Itchg* Station. tfchg

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