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: September 2, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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OLD AND THE NEWStarke's Single


Official County Publication Established In 1879


I Feature Story On Starke Slated School Enrollment Tops '54 I

For September Issue 'Town Journal'Starke

; Expected Gain

will soon receive recog-|['throughout the nation had madeof ,

uition in a magazine of almost the survey and some of the

2,000,000 circulation as a result of results obtained. More than 300 L i In ElementaryFails

progress made during the past papers replied to the magazine's -

year in correcting certain "defici- inquiry. So impressed was Town

encies" on the home front. Journal by the Telegraph's cam- : To ShowBradford
The magazine is "T wn Jour- paign and series of follow-up articles -
ancient than 50 old water tank still towers
(more years )
na!," an up and coming newcomer that it singled out Starke tJ'V
in the background as steel and concrete structure to house city's soon- which grew out of the old "Path- for special attention in an article t. High and Starke Elementary -

to-be expanded power plant rises in the foreground. Soon the old I finder" and which recently absorbed scheduled for fall publication. L 56 School began their 1955-
water tower will )leld to the march of progress also. The city is now such well known publication Recently one of the Town Jour- \over-all Monday with a slight
gain in
advertising for bids on a 250,000-gallon elevated tank to be erected as "Country Gentleman." nal's staff writers, Donald Stroet- enrollment buta

pa the playground-park property on Pratt St. The old tank was Its editorial content is slanted zel, flew to Starke from Washington ( surprising grades.drop-off in the elementary -

toward matters of interest to and spent two days here Interviewing -
addition will cost around
erected around 1900. The new power plant Opening day enrollment for the
residents of towns small cities persons who have beenrIosely
$60,000. It should be near enough complete by Oct. 1 so that city entire school this year was 1,711
The connected with
and surburban communities. improve- '
start in with the generators recently purchased from :New as compared with first-day
can moving en-
article is scheduled for publication ments during the past year. t
Bern N. C.Sfate in the September issue. Among those interviewed were of 1,641 in 1954. This
gain of more than 70
To begin at the beginning: I.. H. Gibson in connection with studentswas
chalked up in the high school.
Early in 1954 "Town Journal"'the new playground and summer
Ordinarily the big gain is in
Guard WinsEfficiency at Mrs. M. F. the
I sent to newspapers throughout program BHS lower grades but this
the nation a suggested "Community -I Hazen for her part in the new year opeh-
ing day enrollment in the elemen-
Score Card" or 'Rate Your beautification and tree-planting
tary school was only 923 two
Town" survey. The Telegraph program, and F. S. Smith chair-
less than the first-day
Trophy used the material as*a springboardfor man of the local Zoning Commis- enrollment last elementary
a series of articles pointing ur lion, who was instrumental in School officials pointed
I out.
some of the good and>bad point! btaining effective zoning ordin- however, that enrollment
<- of Starke. Since that time some I ances for the city. climbs usually
r steadily during the
k4 -.1\ of the shortcomings, through joint Stroetzel expressed himself as
three months of the school term
t. \ community effort, have been cor- favorably impressed with Starke 1r s "Some parents don't think the
rected or improved. ind the manner in which civic
summer vacation is over until
Notable among the improve- groups and individuals cooperateto "
after Labor
Day. one
ments that were sparked by the get things done. I''member commented. "\\.'<> "'y..t
rate-your-town survey are: play- Jay Leviton of Atlanta, Town to pick up 15 or 20 'additional- t'
ground facilities for Journal Staff photographer, spent '
youngsters; Easily; the busiest! spot in Starke on the opening day of school, pupils in the lower grades in the
an organized beautification plan two days in Starke during the Yum!
'Burgers next few weeks."
was the handsome new $56,000 cafetorium, just completed for the
for city streets; and a "firm"zoning first week of August. He photo-
ordinance that will assure graphed community activities and I elementary grades, and in use for the first! time Monday. With a I Peak High enrollment School Gains

more orderly growth for Starkein signs of progress for the articleon seating capacity of 280, the new rafetorlum was filled and emptied distinct from first last day year enroll-(as

the future. Starke. three time from 11:30 to 1 p.m., as classes ate in 30-minute shifts.
was 958 in Starke Ele-
This summer, the editors of I Stroetzel said the spread on Eight; hundred and fifty mea:$ were served on opening day when 1 : j mentary and 725 in Bradford

Town Journal decided to check up I Starke will be one of the largestever grades one through !six: happily dined on hamburgers, green beans, (High. This year's high school enrollment -

on the use that newspapers Issued by the magazine. fruit jello. apple sauce, cookies, and milk. Top scene !shows long ; of 776 has already passed

line of students waiting their turn at the cafeteria door. Below is last year's peak, and it is pre-

Bradford Families Earning More interior view of the attractive, well lighted and ventilated building. ,'ro1mentin dicted that elementary school en-

Mews at right show part of the apparently never-ending stream of eventually equal or

The local National Guard unit, Lt. Rodney P. Hall (left) and students that poured through the cafeteria on opening day. surpass last year's 958 top.

Hq & Hq Co., 2d Bn., 124th Inf., I M. Sgt. Geo. A. Winkler feast Spending More Than U. S. AverageIn I I[,Partin High stated School that principal the new Chas.term S.
returned from annual -' 1
Sunday Bummer I their eyes on the Efficiency
? started off "
encampment at Ft. McClellan Trophy awarded to the Starke Wide Variety Of Subjects OfferedIn : gave the pre-planning"beautifully.sessions He

Ala. "bringing home the bacon"in National Guard unit during I Prosperity in on the march in I based on the number of people, :; credit for the fact that school
the form of a coveted Efficiency summer encampment. Hall and I Bradford County, with families,money available, sales and other

Trophy. Winkler have an additional .here earning more and spending!I related factors. It shows that Adult Education This FallNow machinery as if it had functioned been operating as smoothly for

The handsome trophy was source of pride in that their more than those in most other sections Bradford County is capable of pro- weeks.

awarded' to the Starke unit for Communications Platoon was of the U. S. I ducing .0050 per cent of the na that Johnny and Mary subjects Literature, Dramatics With all of the county school

highest efficiency during the past cited during the encampmentas Such are the facts as revealedin tion's business, rather than the have started back to school, mama :Public Speaking, American History system's $525000 worth of new
in with all 20 the outstanding communications a new copyrighted survey of .0045 per cent for which it accounted and Government French buildings
year competition and papa can begin thinking about Spanish. now in use, Superintendent
units 'of the Regiment The unit team in the 48th division. the nation's buying power, con- in 1953. just what courses they would like Music Appreciation Arts and H. P. Morgan said that class

rating was based on the entire ducted by Sales Management mag- 1' The general rising income situation to take under the new Bradford Crafts, Mechanical Drawing, Home room space is "adequate" for

year's work including the annual azine and recently released by its all over the nation is a sound G3nty. Adult Education progcaa. Nursing and Child Care, Child Psychology present needs, although it if still

armory tnsp cUon,and: the annuallechnlcallnspectiori offica.ia-NeWsY.ork. one, most experts agree, based oil Actually, the program got underway and Child Development, necessary to continue using the
by"fwo teams Co. B: Chalks Up The figures show that business I an economy built on growing private -i last May and several courses Home Decorating, Landscaping and old canning plant for two class

from Third Army Headquarters. activity in Bradford County reach-I: enterprise and decreasipg defense have been running through the J Gardening, Journalism and Creative rooms. He said that it is now

and the operation of all sectionsof ed new heights in 1954, with retail spnding. [summer in spite of visitors and Writing, Art. CommercialArt possible to get by without having

the unit mess hall, communications stores chalking up an impressive -I Families in all {income bracketsare ,summer vacations. Current courses Science and Mathematics. Inmost students use the USO for any-

administration, supply, Good Camp Record sales volume of $$7,748.000.00. affected, Sales Managementfinds. include typing, shorthand, art, of the classes instruction will thing more than one industrialarts

training and operation and am- Such large-scale buying is tied They find confidence in the general education and Spanish. be on an individual basis, Gibson class. This largely curtailsthe

munition and pioneer platoon. All to a prosperous, growing population future, with the security of their According to School Supervisor L.I pointed out, as each group will hazard Of student traffic back

phases of the unit's activities were Co. B, 748th Ord. Bn., locatedat and signifies more luxurious stakes in pension funds, their savings 'H. Gibson. any adult of Bradford.County ..vary considerably ithinthe- group. I and forth across U. S. 301 when
consideration the living for Bradford Countians. Bet- and their equities and invest- I, to the USO formerly used for
taken into by Camp Blanding and commanded (including young married j i Contrary the usual pattern, was
judges. including the moving and by Capt. Joseph H. Johnson, ter earnings made it possible. ments. They are less hesitant. persons) may enroll in any of the I I there is rarely a completion date !: LJ three classes girls physical ed,

setting up of camp, as well as the has successfully completed anoth- Sales Management figures show I|I therefore, to take on new obliga- courses offered upon payment of a for any course. The group will music classes. and band practice.
that the 3.400 families in Bradford tions to be met out of future in- ''continue Four More Teachers
field its until the
departure. Ir summer training period. registration fee of $2 which is : study members -
County had a net income last come, the report concludes. The teaching force at Starke
Team Commended Again this year the unit arrivedat I. year I used for equipment and admini- feel that they have accom'plished -
d In addition to this honor, the Ft. McClellan, Ala., with 100 (after deduction of personal taxes) Bradford County's good economic -I strative costs. Participating stu-! or acquired the skills de- Elementary and Bradford High
of 983200000. The new figure showing is attributed to a better -: ''sired. (including principals) now totals
Communications Platoon of the per cent attendance to undertakethe dents are expected to provide their Another unusual feature of
marked an impressive gain over balance in recent be- 70, a pain of four over the num-
Starke unit was awarded a commendation job of furnishing ordnance I years own materials and transportation.Classes .|the adult program is the absence
to the 48th Div. the $$9,656,000. in income during tween industrial and agricultural academic I ber employed at the two institu-
by Third Army inspectors support generally, are two and grades. A student :
for being outstanding communications To do this job as quickly and 1953. 'payrolls. Whereas the county was one-half hours in length with a lot drop out, but he is not failed tions last year. The schools here
The local earnings total, dividedby once almost showed an increase of more than
team in the 48th Infantry efficiently as possible, the unit is entirely dependent on break at the half-way mark. Some by the instructor. A student may I
the. number of families in the agriculture for revenue since 1950 Absentee Voting 100 in average daily attendancelast
Division. Lt. Rodney P. Hall is broken down into service andrecovery courses will require two meetingsper apply for the General Educational
I county, represents a net income of several large industrial year entitling them to four
Communications Officer, while M. automotive, instrumentand payroolshave week to produce any degree of Development examination which
$2.892 per family. been added. At the Under more instructors, Supt. Morgan
present ,will be Way
Sgt. George A. Winkler is Com armament repair sections with progress while other subjects may offered each second weekof
I A guide to each community's business time, the Bradford County area is the said. The number of 4th Grade
munications Chief. Other mem- supply and headquarters sections require only one meeting per month. Although the testis
potential given in the Sales about teachers was increased from four
deriving as much income
bers of the platoon are SFC Joe I furnishing supply and administrative week. I administrated in Starke the In City Election
I Management report through a fig- from its industries as it does from fee of $5 to the I to six this year, and the numberof
Warren, Sgt. Marklee Norman. support. The possibilities of the goes State of Flor
ure called "buying power quota," its farm products. programare ida. I Ii sixth grade teachers from four
Corporals A. Q. Smith and J. E. Through the combined effortsof unlimited, Gibson stated. The Upon averaging certain minimum -i. Absentee balloting for the City to five.

Norman. Privates Edgar Akridge,' these sections, Co. B receiveda only restrictions are that each ( scores, a high school diploma i Election, Sept 13., is now in pro- The supervisory staff of the
and Jack Suggs all members of "sueprior" rating for this en- Wanted Man i may be awarded. Applicants for gress and ballots may be obtainedfor school
: One-Eyed class must maintain an average county system agu.
the radio section, Sgt. Richard ,A. campment and also retained the attendance 15 ;the GED Test are urged to contact this purpose up until 5 p.m. mented by the addition of Mrs.
of members undera
Underhill CpL James F. Williams McClamma trophy which was (James W. (Bill) Patray at BHS. on Thursday. Sept. 8. Verna Demorest, former 7th grade
qualified teacher certified by the
and Privates Roman Alvarez and awarded by the Battalion Commander Needing Glasses State Department of Education. j The fall, organizational meeting Persons wishing to cast absen- teacher, as county supervisor of

James E. Hazen. messenger section for the highes percen- Classes for white adults for the adult courses is scheduledfor tee ballots must fill out an application -I elementary schools. L. H. Gib-

: Sergeants Kenneth Norman tage of personnel qualified with Anybody know a oneeyedman my footlocker. They've been ducted at the Bradford are con- Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 7:30: p.m. at the city hall. Upon ,son continues as the general

and William Stanley. Corporals Joe their basic weapon. who lost a pair of glasses there for the past 12 )'ears. School County I in the USO auditorium. Interested filing this application with the supervisor, with additional ad-
High and the USO build-
Lamb and Vernon Starling, and SFC Robert G. White of Co. B near Craftmen's Barracks at This summer I came to Floridafor ing. Negro classes adults are invited to attend. Additional city clerk, the ballot is furnishedto ministrative and coordinative

Privates \V. O. Dodd and L. E.I was selected as the "neatest sold- Camp Blanding in 1943? If so, a ,vacation brought the the are conductedat information may be obtained the absentee voter. Absentee ,duties. Both have offices in the

Thornton, wire team. ier" in the 748th Ord. Bn. andrepresented tell him he can hare 'em by glasses! along, and here theyare. School and new at the Lawtey Training by contacting County Sup- ballots will also be mailed out on USO building.The .
the Battalion in the railing at 1S5 West Call St. ." new RJE School. erintendent Harmon Morgan; request. Those receiving ballots only other notable change

The mess section, headed by SFC I Division competition where he I (the new number of the Brad- "Your name, sir?" the ad- Offerings to the adults this fall School Supervisors. Mrs. R. F. De- through the mail have until 5p.m. in the faculty set-up was the ad-
J. L. Alvarez. did an outstanding include courses in and I jmorest, L. j
ford County Telegraph) Elementary H. Gibson
taker inquired. or
took sixth place. Pvt. Charles I Negro on Monday, Sept. 12, to re- dition of a second instructor in
% job, according to Lt. Randal Chit- the best Where did the glasses come "I rather not say," thestrangf'r Secondary Education, Commercial (School Supervisor Ozora Johnson. education.
Kirkland was chosen as girls physical
1 turn them to the city hall by mail.
ty, company commander. Their from? Where have they been
replied. "Someone
; average grade was 96 out of a'drilled recruit in Co. B. the past 12 years? And why might blame me for not reporting Police Officers Church DedicationIs I Clerk Johns states that there I j Supervisor County Gibson Total announced
I Johnson stated that he
possible 100 for the two weeks.I Capt with the Superior do'l' think a one-eyed man them sooner. They Are Given Praise were about 300 new registrationsin that at the end of the second dayof

'The mess operation was efficient II was very pleased officers lost them? Thereby hangs a probably won't do the owner PostponedBy the city this year, bringing the the new term, enrollment

and thorough in every respect, including -,'I and performance men while in of the his field and tale pal. Pull up a chair and any good now, but at least By Motorist Pastor's IllnessPlans total number of qualified votersto throughout the county had reached -

of the the kitchen movement in and the settingup field.'" extends his thanks for the efforts listen.One afternoon recently a my And conscience the glasses Is clear.themselves" ? I Chief Of Police W. E. Thornton: for the dedication and more than 1,900. Many of the I'that a total this of figure 3,026.will It soar I is predicted above

Lt. I I brought forth to make this en- has received the new registrants were persons who I
Chitty said. stranger walked In and said they're octagon shaped following letter I I all-day service at the North Side ,the 3.100 mark within the next
Others Praised I I loamnment I the most successful in he'd like to place a classifiedad lenses with yellow gold rimless praising the "courteous and con- Church were taken into the city when the few weeks.
Baptist have been
"Other sections of the unit did Co. B history.Tornadoes a "funn)'" classified ad. frames. siderate" treatment received by I post-' limits were extended two years Second day totals for other
I I poned indefinitely due to the illness
an outstanding job also." commented "I found a pair of glasses Why do we think a one- a visitor here recently at the! of the ago. schools were:

1st Sgt. Robert W. Drake. "This Still (What's funny about that, the eyed man lost them? Well one hands of Starke police, after being' Dukes who is pastor, Rev. M. J. (Continued on pare 10)
was proven by our being awardedthe ad-taker thought) at lens U bi-focal and the otherIs involved in an accident The let- confined to the Lake -- -
Efficiency Trophy." Drake has Far From Ready Camp Blanding in 194S. I was not. Optometrists say the ter follows: 'I City Hospital where he underwent I 1 1i

been First Sergeant of the unit For First Game stationed there as a GI. I put most logical explanation is thatan I an appendectomy Monday night I
since 1950. \ the glasse*. in my footlocker economy-minded man, with Winter Park, Fla. ,,Rev. Dukes is recovering satisfactorily _
Aug. 25, 1955 at this time.
intending to try to locate the vIsion In
only would
one ,
"It the best field !! the eye
was training "Pretty well satisfied is Dear Sir
owner. Right after that my likely :
purchase bi-focal lens
period we have had" was the]..way.. Coach Lennard Register described outfit got orders to mo\e out, for the good eye a, a plain lens I wish to extend to you my deep I Cattlemen Join r
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general comment from officers and [ his reaction the
I so the glaSSf'sent with me, for the other appreciation for the courteous and
enlisted men alike. since their arrival -:'.Tornadoes' first 30-minute scrimmage ,considerate treatment rendered to,Farm Bureau Meet Paint-Up _

home. This was due to the I Monday afternoon. It was I Injured Sheriff Well Known Here I Mrs. Brett and myself in Starkeon I 'ijj11
many hours of training and extra the first time this season that - August 15. I I A joint meeting of the Bradford .

effort on the part of all concerned. !I r the boys had donned heavy equipment I Citrus County Sheriff B. R. Sheriff Quinn, about 34 years We were unfortunately involved|' Farm Bureau and Cattlemen's Period

which made for good organizationand and the weather was still ;Quinn son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. ,I old, took office in 1953. He and in an automobile accident on I'I.Association was held in the Legion

coordination. The unit received -("mighty hot. Register said the ,M. W. Lance of Starke, is reported Temple Avenue at 12 noon. Your :I I Hall last Friday night with a film z.r

a rating of superior for its j''squad still has "a long way to :lin a satisfactory condition after his wife have been frequent visit- officers immediately took charge I on pest control the For

field training period by the Third 'I go" tefore itill be ready for being shot on duty near Inverness I ors in Starke at the Lance home. and their first consideration was highlighting

Army rating officers. Macclenny on Sept. 16. Sunday by a man he wanted to One of the .22 bullets fired at the physical results of the accidentto program. Preceding the film,

Drill Sept. 5th I The squad this week was 'question about a reported wife I Quinn hit him in the stomach the occupants of the two cars. members of both organizations StarkeTHE I

The local Guardsmen, traveling I I strengthened by the appearance I I'beating. piercing his Mrs. Brett and the two other enjoyed a fish supper, with the
by train and bus, arrived back in I I lof three candidates who had been I I Sheriff Quinn is in a Brookville several ladies involved were taken to a Farm Bureau in charge of ar

Starke Sunday morning at 9,i,out of early training due ot National hospital, where he underwent an times. In spite of his serious injuries -I I doctor and treated in a most considerate rangements.B. .
o'clock, while other members of Guard encampment These he was able to radio the I manner. They were real *
the unit, who rode motor convoys, returnees were Charles Kirkland. |!operation following the incident. 'sheriffs office at Inverness to report -$ officers in the best sense of the J. Alderman of Grandin, a :

arrived Sunday afternoon and HB; Bobby Ferguson, HB; and' The sheriff had gone alone to the shooting. He instructed It word and Mrs. Brett and I are director of the State Cattlemen's ,:

Monday. I Ronald Brown. FB. investigate a report that a citrus a deputy to have an ambulance both most appreciative. Assn., spoke briefly, urging members 4 Notice how Starke's street markers have been painted and pre

CWO A. L. Crosby Jr., finance I I Register put his charges through grove laborer had shot at and I'waiting for him, and then drove With kindest personal regardsto of the local group to attend pared for new lettering? It's because the City Council, spurred on

officer, announced that membersof a skull session at the school ,beaten his wife. Apparently the I back to the county jail. I[ you and your officers, the organization's state conven- by the oncoming prospect of home mail delivery, has renamed

the unit were paid $7,80t.8S,1 I' house Tuesday night, plotting man was hiding in a garage when I I The man who shot Quinn later I Very sincerely tion to be held soon in Panama some 50 city streets. Here, city employe J. H. Morris spreads
after tax deductions, for their two strategy for the Macclenny game,I the sheriff arrived, and the shooting 'j gave hmself up and is now in the George H. Brett paint on the Walnut Street marker.
weeks of active duty. the season's first. followed. county jail at Inverness. Lieut. Gen. U.SA.F., Ret. Citv.

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editorialThe i Farmer's DiaryBy ar' I

\ Sam McGarveyself I I I \

Little Farmer -- He's got : I
this week. He said that
Expendable in Eyes of GOP"John some of them are the new vine- \

free strain of Missionary plants, adopt I'I
Willard kited us this wet-k. lie Is a and it will be interesting to see some

guard out at Ralford and lives with his mother, just what happens in this case.
It should be a good test, for if
John used to farm with his father on a place YJ free
anyone around here knows how to 1
northeast of Starke, but it seems that, like a lot raise berries, Luther does. By Geo. T. Muggins
of othE'rsho found farm Income too uncertain, .. % r 1 County Agent get

he has taken another job. Then the "Collard King" :4. A ,x11 Agricultural Extension Sen ice
Cecil Crawford must have been -
This item, an excerpt from our "Farmer's Cut some land this week for the bitten by the berry bug becausehe RAT KILLING SPECLU.A hog's need for proteins, calcium. .ISANITONE
Diary" column, is typical of what is happeningto patch of berries we expect to told us he plans to set out visit to our office can save salt and vitamins. The animal ) DRY CLEANERS' NATIONAL CONTEST!
small farmers all over the country. In short set. This is the second time we've about 20,000. you are interested in killing rats. needs a protein supplement anda
out of business.Newsweek cut that patch, and we figure that S ;yu are interested in killing rats. simple mineral mixture for best-
they are being squeezed after it is cut once more it will Saw loose This visit will introduce to gains.
some hogs on the you
Magazine, in its current issue, turns be in shape to bed up. Hate to Buddy Norman highway the other Warfarin Rat Bait at an intro- Determine whether or not your WIN A $1000.00MARSHALL
of the American farmerin turn bare land to the hot
its attention to the plight up ductory price of about onethirdthe hogs are. getting proteins, and
morning and teased Charlie Gask-
a special article, stating: sun, because it sure does burn out regular cost. The next, and then plan to supply it if you can.
"When he looked at his books, the farmer found the soil, but we understand thatit ins about keeping his hogs in. most important, help will be that You may have a protein crop
plenty of reason to grumble. The price of every- helps to kill nematode organ- But Charlie said they didn't be- your result from using Warfarinwill like peanuts. You can't grow a FIELD & CO
going down. The cost isms, and that should be a benefit. long to him. By the way, Charliedid be dead rats. mineral mixture and it is mighty
thing he produced was very well with his tobacco, for
The We could write a long story or important in balancing the feed-
of everything he bought was going up. Bryant Reddish is off for three he averaged over a ton to the
farmer's share of the nation's income was steadily acre. the costly results from letting ing program. DREAM WARDROBE'
weeks wellearned'acation.
on a e rats 'room and board with you. NEED AXLmE?
I dropping"In As he owns not one but two You know enough of these results High calcium lime Or dolomiteis
Got to talking about cattle the
1947, his peak year, the farmer's net incomewas farms it is easy to see that Bryantwill other day, about which is the best to know that you do not your cheapest and can be your and a FREE round trip to Chicago
$16.8 billion; in 1948, $15.6 billion, and this not have to hunt to find breed for this county, and Dick want them. Carriers of extreme, most valuable plant nutrient Lime
it probably will slide farther still to about worth a special trip, stop in and does so much more than just for TWO on UNITED AIR LINES !
year something to do. He will spend Ferguson said he believed that
in nine filth is a mild way to put it. sweeten the soil.
30 drop
billion. That is a the
$11 per most of his time off cutting and Herefords are a little better
years, and, while it has been going on, the farmer baling hay for that big bunch of rustlers that the others. But he When you are in town, Or even If your soil needs lime it im- Plan now to enter the national
'else and quickly added that this find out our rat killing program the ,, Dream Wardrobe Contest
has seen almost everyone getting more cattle he has. is only proves physical condition of gpon-
one man's opinion. that can help you so much. 11 s oared by the Sanitone Division of
that soil.
more and more Another home and out-build- It makes more soil Emery Industries, Inc., Cincinnati -
"The decline in farm prices has accelerated the John Willard visited Us this minerals available. It supplies .Ohio.
week. He is a guard at Raifordand Mowed the grass and weeds ing invader is roaches. We are
mechanization of American agriculture," con- lives with his mother. John around our home this week with soon going to launch a special calcium and magnesium, both necessary 1 SIMPLY FINISH THIS SENTENCE

tinues Newsweek "Only the more efficient pro- used to farm with his father on our gasoline mower, and beforewe program that will be known as for plant growth. It con- IN 25 WORDS OR LESS"lpreerSanitorietoordinary

ducers can survive. The man who doesn't farm a place northeast of Starke, but got done trying to cut down "Goodbye Mr. Roach." Cockroaches per serves chemical nutrients reactions and aids for in better pro-

enough land to justify the new scientific methodsof it seems that like a lot of others some of the ragweed and dogfennel are among the most commonof plant growth. Lime conserves and dry cleaning because ."

farming, or who doesn't have the capital' for who found farm income too uncertain that was six feet tall, we almost household pests. They destroy better distributes plant foods.Don.t (Sample Sentence: I know I can
the equipment, must sell out. The he has taken another job. went out and borrowed a food damage fabrics, and may y !, trust Sanitone to do a Letter jobon
necessary pulp wood saw. We got it done, be mechanical carriers of diseases. over lime. In most cases everything from children'*
result: American farms are getting bigger and Well, once more farmers are in however, and as usual vowed that They secrete an oily liquid thatis your soil should be nearly neutral. 'l : + clothes to finest evening near-
bigger, while more and more farmers are leavingthe for another disappointment we would never let it get so tall offensive and sickening. We have a scale in determiningthe Ss r yet it costs no more!")

land." this time those who have tried to again. PLAX OAT PLANTING need for lime. A test reading It's just as easy aa that and you
U. S. industry is currently ex- seven is neutral. Most crops and might win a"new you". .every.
Fortunately, make, some money out of hogs. Oats is about your best bet for
pastures do best when the thing front eboea to a glamorous
panding at such a rate that it can absorb these Price we heard the other day was There must be a neat trick to an early grazing crop. It is a is between 6 and 7. Strawberriesare test N new bair-do.. .casual to eveningwear
displaced farmers. John Willard, and thousandsmore $15.50 for No. 1's, and the man breaking corn that Sam hasn't crop that you do not have to -and all smartly styled for
just like him can leave the farm and find who sold them told us that at that learned yet. Sometimes, he grabsan wait for favorable weather to 5.8 an is exception in that a test of. i l "fieldby the world'foremost
price he is selling them at cost. ear, gives it a snap, and that'sall plant. If it is dry when you plant, perfect for their growth.A designers. The first prize winner
still love farming r
jobs in business or industry. They We don't know that it would help there is to it. But every once they'll come when it does rain. strawberry grower should try (t rq; also get a round trip to Chicago
but they just can't "afford" it any more, matters, but perhaps if hog growers in a while he comes to an ear Weather usually begins to cool to have his strawberry soil be- I t for TWO on United Airlines. .
actually do work part time at that is stubborn tween 5.5 and 60. with 3 days hotel. mesh) and
although some started double-treating the So that it almost off a little so that we think of taxi fares paid for by Sanitone
outside jobs in order to help buy fertilizer and buyers for a while, instead of the takes a logging chain attached September as our planting time. A soil test is the only way to J Dry Cleaning Service.In .

seeds for their farming operations.We pigs, perhaps prices might go up. to the tractor to turn it loose. Oats are included in our conservation addition to the first prize of
do not profess to have a solution for the Anyhow, we know some who sure When that happens Sam doesn't program so you might wantto 4-k .' $1,000.00 Dream Wardrobe -
farm problem, a fact which puts us right in a would enjoy jabbing the needle snap Sam! the corn, the corn snaps check with our office for the PEST CONTROL there are 25 other wonderful

class with the Republican administration, whichhasn't into the buyers.. possibilities of a little costsharein I prizes. .
planting.An TERMITESALL Contest starts AuiEutlft and&Jsn
solution either. We do feel how-
found ,
a They had a big day out at Church 3Oth.19SS.
of God TYPES September
application of 300 to 500 OF -=
ever, that something is badly out of kilter in our Oscar Carter's last week when a pounds ,
per acre of a GROVE SPRAYING \
economy when the farmer finds that the cost of Jacksonville firm put on a demon- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng fertilizer will pay. Use a complete formula I SANITONE Cit,.., *HlcUl ..try tlaik ... re.Ql.,. 4..lIs!! (rii
everything ]he produces is going down, while the stration of a hay baler. Others, Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- high in nitrogen. Such formulas Florida Pest Control

cost of everything he uses is going up. We also in addition to Oscar, who watchedthe ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. would include 8-8-8, 6-8-8, 5-10-10 & Chemical Co. fEerUE
think it is a disturbing thing when little farmersare equipment with interest were: Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and or even 121212. .
Bryant Reddish, Pete Wainwright, Prayer Phone Franklin 6-6033 STARKE DRY
squeezed out of business in favor of bigger, ; Friday 7:45 p.m. HOGS NEED PROTEIN
Dick Ferguson Foster Shi Smith, Lawtej 24 X. W. 16th Ave.
Corn is a good hog feed if it is
more "efficient" and well-heeled operators. We Dave Shuford, and others. Later Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- supplemented Gainesville, Fla.
take a dim view of our farming industry falling Oscar showed us a sample bale of Ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving a ppor hog feed if protein.protein is It not is Call for estimate AND LAUNDRY
into the hands of a monopoly of big-time opera- soybean hay, and that stuff Saturday 7:30 p.m. available. Corn fails to
smelled it almost madeus supply a Phone 28 Starke, Fla.
so good
tors, just as we distrust monopoly in any phaseof -----
hungry. .
our economy.wAnd .
while it is true that farmers can quit the
Well the folks with irrigationare
soil now and find employment in an expanding starting to set berries out.J. .
industry there may come a time when the satura- B. Gaskins set out about 60,000early

tion point is reached and industry can absorb no this week, and his brother How tot
more. What then Mr. GOP Administration? Charlie told us that the night he : save

Have you thought that far ahead? set them out he turned the water' ; up
Apparently the Administration and those it .
has chosen to out its farm con-
carry program Luther Hilliard, too, set ou! .
sider the little farmer expendable and are ready about 26,000 plants he raised him
and willing to offer him up as a sacrifice to the I

gods of "efficiency" and "mechanization." We

disagree. We think the little farmer is the back- 5O minute I
bone of our country. We'd like to see him geta

little help instead of so much conversation, in pr

order that he might be able to stick around a

while longer.Starke .

Nears CentennialIn _

Good Health, Thank/ You

Short on reading matter? Then you might findit
interesting to turn to page eight in this issue

of the Teleeraph and let your eyes scan the list FIIUF.S'l HOMS !.!

of qualified voters for the city election. Sept. 13.

Surprised at the length of the list? Well, we

were too. when City Clerk Carl Johns first }

brought: the copy around to us to be set. Almost

2.000 names on the list. Quite an increase since

that first city election in 1876, called for the purpose ICECREAM

of voting to incorporate Starke as a town. <

There was a grand total of 49 qualified voters in I

the "city" at that time. The present list is 40
times as long. f

The length of the current list is only one < 1 (

evidence of a fact that is recognized on every hand a. ,.
the fact that Starke is one of the fastest grow- I 1 ii I It

ing communities of its size in Florida. For fur- suQtRS t ,

ther proof you have only to ride through our two t -. y

new housing developments, inspect our recently : : .' ,
completed half million dollar school building pro- t :

gram, view the structure now rising to house m I

the city's expanded power plant, see our fine 1n

new hospital' now being rushed to completion
and see another new supermarket under construc- the Ice Cream of < J

tion. These are just a few of the more obvious

signs of growth. There are many others.It .

is most appropriate that Starke experiencethis parfY.QBIfYu

greatest period of growth as it approachesits MODELS, 3 PRICE RANGES TO CHOOSE FROM: 3 four-door sedans, 3 hardtop coupes, 2 station wagons, a tuo-door sedan, a convertible LMDA 1!;
100th birthday. The post office was first / and the transparent-top Sun Valley. All models have new SUPER-TORQUE V-8 engines-188 hp in the Customs and
established here in 1857, and for all intents and Montereys, 193 hp in the Montclairs (hardtop shown above).All Montereys and Montclairs have dual exhausts at no extra cost.

purposes this can be considered the' "birth" of

the community, although incorporation did not ,

come The until town several should years begin later.making plans right now ; everyday enjoyment for << Spend 10 minutes in our showroom today. Let us show you:

for a magnificent celebration to be held sometime
in 1957 Starke's Cintennial year. Sucha Ever)body loves ice cream. <

celebration would attract state and national Quality wise folks love
attention and bring visitors here by the thou- Superior. It's real ice cream < "., 1 How much"more we can allow 3. How Mercury's famous IT PAYS TO OWN A ,

sands. And when the visitors come thanks to -the best in town! Next you on your present car-based economy, stamina, and low upkeep

our recent rapid growth, we will have a prettier, time, enjoy Superior quality -
i -for better food, better on our high-volume sales. help reduce maintenance costs. .
larger, cleaner, and more progressivelookingtown mER [0 RY
fun. Sold at local stores.
to show them. .
Served\ finest homes! ,
Heads up for 1957 Starke's Centennial! I 2. How you can get a big, super4.. How Mercury's resale value
Let's make it to be remembered.
a year long
Cones I powered Mercury for less than 13 (consistently highest in its field) is FOR FUTURE: STYLING, SUPER POWER
yYL.WSLL,Imllnr-u.. ....=yypy.ne..4inwena.mML,. "."uxypandn,, lF-L1n. .....!..NJI4nIFUUeul1!, ,, '+..
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. _\ Cups Pinls f models in the low-price field.* like money in the bank. Don't miss the big tele\ison! hit.
Ed Sulliv'an's "TOAST OF THE TG ". "
\\ ,
1879 Family *Jawd en companion of manufochnrt' tuS3">*.'. M or factory"'ww prio "....8 a Mwwjr Cuiloa 2'daw(not ill,.oIra'"..-",.
E. L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR It Go I.. Sunday enDing, 7:00 to 8:00,

A Station WMBR-TV, Channel 36

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS Don't nibs the big television hit, Ed Sullhan's "TQAST OF THE TOWN" Sunday evening, 7:068:00DIBRT: \', Channel 36.


PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTETD AS SECOND CLASS Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke, Fla.V .
THE ACT OF MARCH. 3, 1979.. ,.,
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upnl-t. ''I i"J.I'II111'!% i cm.It1t"r.a! !IIIfll.JI1.:: : r:

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place on Sept. 10 at Grace Meth- Adventure Film At Florida Sunday YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- t
odist Church in Atlanta Ga. I I brook purse-size fountain pens in
Accident pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad-
Keystone HeightsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :Miss Louejla Cunningham of ford County Telegraph. jy R I II
Darlington, Md. was the victimof 1 t 1 / i 1 1 + I f

a serious accident recently when. XOTICE OF INTENTION TO
she fell and broke her hip. She I
St.1lliam's Catholic Club I Is hereby given that the
is approaching her 80th birthday undersigned under the provisions of
The William's Catholic Club accident I Chapter 20,853, Laws of Florida, Acts
December, and this !
in of 1941 will register with the-Clerk \
met August 20 for the of
purpose could prove of a serious nature I]I of the Circuit Court In and for Brad- i
electing officers for the coming friends I t; Y ford County State of Florida, upon
:to her. Mrs. Cunningham's h
receipt of proof of publication of
year. The following were elected: y
wish her a speedy recovery. I this notice, the fictitious name of
Geo. Schaeffer, Pres' Mrs. Wm. C Florida Realty Co., of Starke (Not
Siprelle, Vice Pres.; Mrs. Geo. PersonalsMr. w WWIJ; Inc.) under which we are engaged
Tolles ,
and Mrs. in business at 355 Temple Avenue
Schaeffer, Sec.; and Mrs. H. L. I s g Starke, Florida.
:Morgan Jr., Treasurer. Also the left Friday for an extended vaca- < t' Guy Andrews, W. B. Sewell
tion through New England and : A. J. Thomas, Sole Owners. I
50-50 Club of the Church elected Canada. Former residents of Dated this 17th day of August,
:Mrs. Bea Cooper as President. The g A.D.: 1955.
Naugatuck, Conn., they will stop 8/19 4t 9/9 !
Club is rounding out its first year over to inspect the destruction t:4d': : I,
and the officers elected are all Dianne to :
caused by Hurricane -
civic-minded citizens of Keystone. and its zT fI'd t r
their former home town tI!
The club looks forward to a ban- I
neighboring city of Waterbury. Now Open .
ner year. Jimmy Price, popular maintenance Bondware Kitchen Charm I
Water Skiing worker at Clay Electric i
Lake Geneva has become popu- Co-op., and husband of Polly SMITTY'SBARBER PAPERVAXED }I
lar for water skiing. This in a Fredricksson Price, has been ,
large measure is due to the Hen- deputized as Sheriff of Putnam : SHOP
derson family who have a beautiful -County. PLATES PAPER i

home here in Keystone and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Massa have I Clark Gable, a ruthless "Soldier of Fortune" Is teamed with Court Street Opposite I
are experts in the water It ;
sport. returned home from a visit with Susan Hayward.-a redhead with I
dangerous mission, in
a the
was two years ago that the Hen Mrs. Massa's parents, Mr.. and t" opening at the Florida Theatre Sunday. new film Court House Box of 40 39C 2 100ft. 33C 1118
dersons came here to Keystoneand Moultrie .
Mrs. Clayton Purvis, of I
immediately started to instruct -i'Ga. 'n.rnnvr..nvnransIIEILBRONN I YOUR PATRONAGE IS I 9-inch Plates Rolls s1naS Yt; of A t P!

the youngsters in the art I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Voye and I WILL BE GREATLY I

of water skiing. The Hendersons son, David, are vacationing here, Tot APPRECIATED a
are in well known for their abili-I for two weeks at the Nelson I 0\- j jI QUICK FROZEN Dressed and Drawn YOUNG TENDER HEN
ty thig water and
sport were
guest cottage. The Voye's are natives 15jr Mrs. Ancel NornlauUAAAIAOLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
recently featured in an article in I G D. H. SMITH
I[ of Tampa and are enjoyingthe
the Outboard Magazine. Mrs. Hen- ie666
surroundings that :
derson, aside from waterskiing, also Keystone has to offer. I Word received from Rev. S. F. :!l1 Owner & Operator Lb
has many other interests. She I S. E. McKay has returned from Beard says that he expects to arrive TURKEYS 49C
is 'member the D. A. R.,
of an
a business trip to Washington, D. at Heilbronn from Chicago,
accomplished artist, and an expert Ill., today and will assume his
bridge player. C.Mr.. and Mrs. Chas. Parker duties as pastor of the Baptist That's Our BusinessIf
Postmistress Retires and family have returned from an Church here this Sunday. We will 01 S S
It's We Hare It!
Mrs. Ida Gentry is retiring after extensive auto tour through Georgia miss Rev. McCrary, who has sup- Glass "SUPER-RIGHT" Half
20 of service CALL WRITE or VISIT or whole Ready To Eat SMOKED
years as post- North Carolina, South Caro- plied for us but will welcomethe 0
mistress in the Lake Geneva Of- lina, and Virginia. new pastor. An especial wel- Lb
fice. Mrs. Gentry saw the office Miss Juanita Hartlev of__ Tallahassee -come will be given him Saturday I Joe Peters aEfo. COOKED HAMS 53C
grow from 20 families to over 100 is. a guest of her cousin, night in the form of a pound i .
during her term of office which Martha Ann Livingston, on Brooklyn party at the church. A peanut FOR ANY GLASS I
began Nov. 9, 1934. Lake. boiling is also expected to take We Design Modern Store Fronts
Fish Fry & Swimming Races The many friends of Hunter Mc- place at the same time. Just Mail Us A Pattern for SOUTHERN STAR Cooked, Boneless and Skinless
The Keystone Volunteer Fire'Elrath will be pleased to learn Sandra Carmichael has returned -
Dept. fish fry and swimming com- that he will be, discharged from home from a visit with rela- Table Tops Lb Can $ *.99
1313 CAN E D HAM S 5
petition for the youngsters, held the ,Hospital in Jacksonville and tives in Tampa. Granny Carmi- N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
at Keystone Beach, was a bril- return home this week. chael also came back for a visit
liant success. The event culimatedthe Mrs. Ortho Queen, daughter of with reltives here.
efforts of the department to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha, is Keith Reddish was a visitor
raise the sum of $2,000. High- confined in the Naval Hospital,. to Tampa this week. t Dressed and Drawn Grade "A" FloridaFRYERS
light of the evening was the Jacksonville: I Little Michael Lee has taken I
awarding of an outboard boat Mr. and Mrs. L. Parrish and off the cast he has been wearing
motor and trailer to the person family of Lake City spent the I since cracking a bone in his heel TV ServiceAll
holding the lucky number. The I summer here at Geneva Beach Linda Gaskins spent part of Lb
committee was highly gratified: Apartments.Jackie last week visiting her sister, Mrs. 45c
with the large turnout and wishes Scott Jr. of New Brian -Melba Williams, In Starke.
to extend heartfelt thanks to all ti Conn., who has been a guestof Glenda Varnes has returned Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
who made the affair a success.C. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.E. from a visit with relatives in Or-
A. P. Labor Day Dance W. Dwyer, will return to his lando. I, Fully Equipped ... DependableAll

The C. A. P. Squadron will holda home, in New Britian, Conn. on Sunday afternoon guests of Mr Makes and Models LARGE SWEET RIPEHoneydews
dance on Labor Day evening, Sept 7. Jackie will relax at his and Mrs. Leroy Norman were Mr.
Sept. 3. Lt. Bert Christoffers, in home for two weeks before he and Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr. and
charge of arrangements, announcesthe I leaves for Tabor Naval Academy baby of Camp uianaing: and M
purpose of the dance is to !in Marion, Mass. and Mrs. Marklee Norman and CHAS C. SHEPHERD Each .39C \'
raise funds for the Squadron. As I baby of Hampton.The J
an additional feature to the dancea Ancel Norman family had
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- as dinner Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
buffet supper will be served. guests Sunday Mr. and
The. festivities will begin at 8 I brook purse-size fountain pens In Mrs. Kenneth Norman of Starke.I 239 I
p. m. at the newly enlarged Key- !I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford -[}fr. and Mrs. Bobby White and Starke, Fla. FRESH HARD RIPE .

stone Airport which offers more County Telegraph. baby, and Miss Linda Gaskins. r'c"c- .,,, .__.- .., --- ._- .0 ', ,. _, ,
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spacious accommodation to the
large crowd expected to attend.
Tickets for the dance may be se- Get the TOMATOES Lb19c
cured from any member of the on .
Civil Air Patrol which is made .
up of members from Starke.Keystone .a".o.. ..,... _. I
Heights, Palatka, Gainesville ELBERTA
and Melrose. PEACHES
y -
Drivers Licenses .. c. I Lb
Judge Rivers has announced that -
his capable assistant, Mrs. Agnes SULTANA
Detweiler, Light Meat .- ..'_' ;
be. at Keystone I i BESTBUY as" '.
Barber Shop on Friday, Sept. 9,
from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. for the 6-oz Cans
All sale Licenses of Fla. Operators have advanced Licenses.in i TUNA FLAKES F L E S 2 39CANN

price. Operators Licenses are now
$1.25 instead of $1. This day set PAGE Tart-Sweet
aside by Judge Rivers is a big
accommodation for Keystone resI-
dents to secure their driving and \ R SALAD Qt Jar
operators licenses Judge Rivers 39CA&P
has designated one day in ,September -

of each year for this purpose t 1 t

Community Church Notes Wtl Full Flavor _.:. ,

Pait will It,not is organist with return deep and for regret choir the that director fall and Dr., TOM A TO J U ICE 46 0% Can 25C

winter season. Dr. Pait was an
excellent director and
was suc-
cessful in having one of the finest A&P Fancy Hawaiian SLICED

church His departure choirs will in North be sorely Florida.felt PI NEAPP LE 30 0% Can

as by members the congregation of the choir at large., as well No i 31Cu.

definite action has been taken "
'. .,
yt on the s.WHITE
replacement of Dr. "' .
Pait. '. .
Engagement Announced I.- I r_- Lbs
I .
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Boatright 29CJANE
of Lake Geneva announce the engagement S
of their daughter, Alice 'i Now the time to join
Elaine to Gerald Udstuen of Chicago -I PARKER STREUSSEL
ill. The wedding will lake j

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I --rrrrr.t rr rr : I i Mrs. i' ;weeks In the Bradford Tele-
Miss Sylvia AlvarezIs Norton Observes '11 1\1 rs. Vining HostessAt rap h. County

Dated tht:: J< day of August, iy;>i
ComplimentedAt j;81st J Birthday ;| Morning PartyMrs. !. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DUbf
Clerk of the Circuit Court
LuncheonThe I ,By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
F L. D. Vining was hostess :! 9'! 4t '.< 2..

Rainbow Room in the 1 at a lovely Coca-Cola party last '
Im Circuit Court. Bradford toasty.Florida .
George Washington Hotel was the Saturday morning from 10 to 121 I !. Ihaarerr.

scene of a beautiful luncheon given I i o'clock at her home on W. Madison -I Myra Webster. Plaintiff, H. Earl W.

25 Miss __ street honoring Mrs. S. L. 'I Webster, Defendant.Case
Thursday, Aug. honoring No. 10-mfl
Gladys MootyPhone Sylvia Alvarez, whose marriageto Peek, Jr. and her mother, Mrs. !I Order Of Publication Andotlre To.ppear
35 .' ; Mate of Florida To:
Miss f 1f 3% :,", Michael Pickering will be an W H. Holland of Dublin, Ga. I! Earl W. Webster. whose residenceand
_4II_ ft'i t : '\, ,. .:, event of this evening (Friday) at A yellow and green color motif :. address is: 2109. Klmwood Street
tp'i : < ; '::'.i 8 o'clock in the First was attractively carried out in Earwyn. Illinois.i
i You are required to on
i i appear
!T : -1
Kitchen Shower Andrews-Paulk Church. Hostesses for this delightful the summer flower arrangements I October 3. 1955. in the above named

Moncllef ; .- <.I- !" .1>i,,:< affair were Mrs. F. B.' placed at vantage points throughout i!'seeks Court divorce and (cause custody wherein and plaintiff controlof

For Miss Paulk :Miss Fay Paulk will become the : .'' 1<. Beard, Mrs. L. A. Canova and the party rooms. The mantelin minor child.Bradford .

bride of 2nd Lt Ervin Andrews on .$ ,: j \!, ; Mrs. L. G. Powell. the living room was graced witha !I I County Telegraph shall
Tuesday EveningMiss ; .. ,1 i publish this Order in next four
t" .
Saturday evening, Sept. 3, at 8 y\. + J"l! ': ",', ',f.. The bride-to-be's chosen colorsof fan-shaped arrangement of yellow -I weekly issues.
'o'clock in the First Baptist Church. Weds : : ;, A gladioli and greenery. The refreshment -!I Witness my hand and official seal
Fay Paulk, popular bride- white, silver, and peacock -
: SI,
-r4'.. at Starke, Forida, this Auggust
elect was the inspiration for an Starke.A '. .'.. j ,,.. blue were beautifully carried out table was covered with I II 1955.
.. .
shower Tuesday I reception will immediatelyfollow \ ':Or' *''1; _!...,. in the table decorations. a white linen cutwork cloth and lUKFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. r,arby
kitchen : The
unusual I WtlV centerpiece -
I As Clerk of said Court.
evening, given by Mrs.Ned Yancey,' the wedding at the Starke ; M r. ; '-'1"t.;'.. T'>" _ff that extended down the 1. ct'nteredith a handsome arrange Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

Mrs. Claude Crowson, Mrs. J. Eo1 Woman's Club. ; length of the table was an artistic ment of yellow chrysanthemumsand "clenny Erie L., Griff Florida.Attys. ..Holt Building. Mac- I

Hardy. Mrs. Carl Roberts and i No invitations are being issued arrangement ,of silvered plu- r4jP gladioli interspersed with i for Pl!. 92 4t 9,23

Mrs. N. S. DankeJ at the home but all friends and relatives of Walker j1T&Baptist mosas fern, and white pompoms fern.As I >OT1CE TO APPEAR

of the latter onV.. Madison the young couple ar invited to |with beH3 of Peacock blue fflusion the guests arrived they were IB Circuit Court Bradford Coaatr
attend. greeted at the door by Mrs. T. T. I Florida la Chancery.Alber .
street. centers of tiny blue
D. Crews, ,
Long and Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake Plaintiff. v= NoraH.
wedding bells placed at intervals. ; Crews
Decorations for the party were Defendant.Case
I jCity. Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. N... 10117otlre
carried in the "kitchen" motif OwnbeyBrownMr. In The handmade place cards were
out M.:; W. Cressler presented the I \ To AppearTo
with modernistic dried arrange- fans of white aquanet appliquedwith : Xora II. Crewshoe residence t
a guests to the receiving line composed -
and address \Vavcruss.. .
and Mrs. H. L. of is.
Owenby tiny pink roses and tied
ment of hydrangea magnolia Of Mrs. Vining, :Mrs.; Peek I Georgia. '
leaves cat-tails and sago palm I Keystone Heights announce the I with silver and Peacock blue Mrs. C. C. Norton observed her i You are hereby notified that a
I and Mrs. Holland. j
gracing the center of the mantel engagement of their daughter, .;: tin ribbons. sa-I 81st birthday anniversary Mon- I!suit for 'I
I F the hostess in Divorcehas
In the living room. Further car- Dorothy Alice, to Thomas F. 1 Following the delicious day and received friends and relatives and Assisting serving been filed against you in the

out the modernistic motif Brown, son of Mrs. T. F. Brownof a contest was enjoyed; in which I I at her home, 504' N. St. caring for the guests were I above named Court and cause and
rying : Norton is an in- Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. T. H. /ou are requiird to serve a copy of
Hampton.Miss Church the 'Clair St.
guests wrote in the book
was a boat-shaped aspidistra leaf tI Slade, Mrs. M. F. Brown Mrs. I your answer' or pleading n the complaint -
the buffet in the dining room, : Ownbey graduated from "Advice to the Bride." Mrs. Beard valid and has been confined to on the Plaintiff. Attorney
on K. G. Duncan Mrs. '
0. L. Beasley, Lloyd Bass. 302 Clark uilding.
than three :
which held dried dock, wild grasses Melrose High School in the class won the prize.Attending her home for more Mrs. J. It Wainwright, Mrs. Jacksonville, Florida
and straw flowers. Most unusual of 1955. Mr. Brown graduatedfrom this delightful affair years. The day was made very C'I and file the original In the office of
1' A. Darby, and Mrs. E. L. Mat-
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
the Bradford High School and were the honoree, her mother I pleasant for her by the many .
of the arrangements was 1 I thews. or before the 3 day .f Oubt'r.
centerpiece on the red linen- will graduate from the Universityof Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, the groom- well wishes of friends and neigh- 1955; otherwise the allegations of

I covered dining room table, which Florida in February with a i to-be's mother, Mrs. L. N. Pick- bors. Mrs. J. W. Dempsey of Stork Shower confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken as

was composed of a lazy suzan B. S. B. A. degree. I ering, Mrs. T. B. Harding, Miss Jacksonville was with her mother, This notice shall be publishedonce

holding a large dark green cab- Date of the wedding will be announced 3c Patsy Matthews of Jacksonville Mrs. Norton, on this occasion. For Mrs. HueyMrs. weeks each in the week Bradford for foul County consecutive Tele

bage in which were stuck tOOth- later.Kingsley. Beach, Miss Dolores McKnight, graph.
Clyde Huey of Gainesville, Dated this 28 day of August 1955.
picks holding teeny-weenys. On I Miss Dorothy Alvarez, and :Mrs. Alvarez with a knife of her cho- the former Shirley McRae of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
top of the cabbage and around Lake I In a beautiful candlelight cere- pink carnations. Paul Raymond.The sen silver pattern as a remem- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
base arranged assorted mony last Saturday evening, Aug. I A reception was held immediately hostesses presented :Miss brance of the.occasion.. Starke, was honored at a lovely 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
the were
!9/2:! 4t 9/2J
fruits and vegetables on a reflec- WMU To MeetThe 27, Miss Jimmie Juanita Moncrief, following the wedding in stork shower last Friday eveningat

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. : the church recreation building, the home of Mrs. T.:E. Lewis !IB Circuit Court Bradford County,

tor. Kingsley Lake WMU will Moncrief, of the State Farm, be- which was beautifuly decorated in Saratoga Heights. Hostesses j Florida !. Chaucer?.

Appropriate contests were played meet Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 10:30a. came the bride of Joseph Stevens with pedestal baskets of white for the affair were Mrs. J. c.1 I Arthur Francis Wilson R. Wilson, Defendant.Case, Plaintiff. vs.

during the evening and a prize m. in the home of Mrs. Smithat Walker Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.J. pompoms and gladioli and potted Sapp, Mrs. F. L. Watterson, Mrs. No. 10-1179

was won by Miss sylvia Paulk. Kingsley Lake. A covered dish S. Walker Sr., of Jacksonville. palms placed at vantage points. Fate Brown, Mrs. Alton Dobbs. Order Of Publication Mate of Florida And Notice Tot ToAppcari

The many lovely gifts from luncheon will follow the meeting. The 7:30: o'clock, double ring cere-I,The beautifully appointed bride's Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Mrs. Paul I Arthur Wilson, whose residenceand

the 40 guests were presented to,All members are urged to attend mony was performed by Rev. L.],table was overlaid with a white I Faulkner, Mrs. Fred Haislop, Mrs. Albuquerque address is,:X.1203:M.: Tijeras N. E.,
the honoree in a clothes hamper i,and visitors are always welcome. .D. Haines pastor, in the First:I i nylon net cloth over green linen. This weekend just about windsup treatments see Arvie Maxe J.and G.Mrs.Jackson, Mrs. Austin Fender, October You are 3, 1955 required, in the to above appear named on
from which hung miniature kit- Regular services are held at the Baptist Church, Starke. The three-tiered wedding cake, the summer social season as and daughter Josie, have rentedone Starling. I Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseek
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church at i The church was handsomely topped with a miniature bride and and of the Jackson apts on Church The party rooms of the Lewis divorce.
red far as weddings,
tied with narrow home I Bradford County Telegraph shall
utensils decorated
chen were for the
.11 a. m. and 8 p. m. each Sunday. decorated with two pedestal groom was surrounded with ruffles -bridal parties goes and I have St. and the W. M. Howellsare occasion publish this Order in next four

satin ribbons. The hostesses also Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. Everyone baskets holding white gladioli and of nylon tulle. interspersedwith never seen such a summer for in the Johnson rental on ParkSt. with arrangements of zinnias weekly issues.
Witness hand and official seal
I and
presented Miss Paulk with a mini- welcome. white pompoms against a back- [ white carnations. Three- weddings as this has been_ . was glad to see Alex summer cut flowers in a at Starke,my Florida, this August 31,
pink and blue motif. The lace
ature corsage of tiny fruits when ground of palms with burning branched candleabra holding burn- Two more coming up this week- Yawn tack in Court t'other day 1955.
covered refreshment table held OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
she arrived. RA's Met Monday white tapers in cathedral candel- ing white tapers balanced the arrangement end Sylvia Alvarez and Mike after being sick in bed with the a Clerk of said Court.

abra casting a soft glow over the The lace covered Pickering middle-aisle it tonightFrL virus for the past week graceful arrangement of the same By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Cleric
I blossoms. Chas. R Hess 204 Guaranty Life
The R.A.'S of the first Baptist setting. Large white satin bows table was centered with a crystal ( ), and Fay Paulk and Ervin Orchids to Mrs. S. E. Brownleewho Three contests held dur- Ride., Jacksonville. Florida
Church met :Monday afternoon marked the family pews. Mrs. punch bowl which was set in a Andrews will follow them down celebrated her 94th birthdayon were Attys. for Plf. 9/Z 4t 923tt
the and
Aug. 29, with seven present and L. A. Canova, organist, provideda bed of greenery with white pompoms the aisle Saturday night both Sept. 1 a group of friends I ing evening prizes were
awarded to Mrs. Vernie Thornton .
their counselor. The boys workedon of nuptial music while placed' at intervals. : I
.DEBIC program weddings being held at the Baptist gave Ruth Meng a surprise partyat Mrs. Clyde Huey, and Mrs. Robert
steps for the Reviewing Coun- the guests assembled and the traditional -I Mrs. Jim Ritch greeted guestsat Church with receptions followingat her home last Monday evening
] cil. it alII I wedding marches were the door and presented themto the Woman's Club and referring and last but not least comes I The honoree received many love-

used. Dr. C. J. Houpt, soloist, the receiving line composed of i to my little black book I the announcement of the approaching and useful
ly gifts from the 30
"At Dawning," "Through the Mr. and Mrs. Morynief, Mrs.1 I the Ruth Hatch whois
Sun.. Mont, and Tues. sang don't see another wedding marriage of guests and was also presentedwith
Years," and "The Lord's Prayer." Coleling, the tride and groom, and I horizon at the present but employed at the Bank, and Bob
Sept. 4, 5, 6 a baby stroller from her
FEATURE Robert Underill of Cocoa Beach Mr. and Mrs. Underill. !don't sit back with your feet on Hall, plant manager of Big Dad, hostesses as a memento of the

DOUBLE served the groom as best man, Mrs. A. T. Cobb of Gainesvilleand the table the fall club season who will be married Saturday .cession.

The Black ShieldOf and ushers were Dave Seiber, Bob Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Jr. of opened with the first of Sept. and afternoon at 4 o'clock at the _

FallsworthTony Wiggins, Frank Boardman, and the State Farm cut the bride's looking over the notes from the Methodist Church no invita- OT1CE TO ,M"F.'"
cake and Miss Nancy DuPre of held In Circuit Court Bradford County
John Chapman.Mrs. executive board meetings tions are being issued, but all

Curtis and Janet Leigh- Robert Underill attendedher Starke kept the bride's book. recently by the three Women's friends and relatives of the coupleare Florl Edineton"t I. C..I1..yClyde Plaintiff vs. :Mary

-And- sister as matron of honor and! Presiding at the punch table were Clubs and the Garden Club and invited to attend Edington Defendant.Case rj
No. 10-1168
The Violent Men only attendant. She was attiredin Misses Jean Mundy of Starke, the many others for the fall pro- Glad to see Phil ana Garnet Notice To Appear.

a pink embroidered organdy Frances Caldwell of the State and entertainments, we back at Phil's restaurant after To: Mary Edington, whose residence

With Glenn Ford and waltz-length gown and carried a .Farm and Jane Henry and Ada just grams ain't seen nothin' yet. their very pleasant vacatioa dith Road and address Knoxville.is: .Route 1, :: ..

Barbara Stanwick nosegay of blue carnations.The Bremer of Gainesville. Also assisting Barbara Henderson and JoAnn Spent some time "up Nawth" and Tou are bereby notified \Iere-I ;

Both Features In bride, who was given in in serving were Mrs. T. Rowe gave a delightful "going wound up with an interesting tour suit Divorcehas for tI.Ai

CinemaScopeAlso marriage by her father, chose for A. Yawn, Jr. and Mrs. R. P. away" party for eight guests, of South Florida Didn't see been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and
Cartoon her wedding a beautiful white McLendon. honoring Barbara Colley Thurs- any place they liked better than you are required to serve a copy of :-
with I
chantilly lace over satin waltz- After spending some time evening of last week at Starke, however and that's a your answer or pleading to the .complaint

length gown with a fitted jacket their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Noegel's day 301 restaurant Barbara -I nice plug By the way Lloyd on Bass the, 302 Plaintiffs Clark Building 4t" n.JI _

Wed., Thur.-Sept. 7: 8 A Hint? Sure featuring long sleeves that tapered left for a week's wedding trip to left Saturday for three years' I Have you seen the lovely sparklerthat I Jacksonville, Florida,

DOUBLE FEATURE to points over her wrists. She Rainbow Springs. Mrs. Walker nurses training at Charity Hospital Frances Caldwell is sporting and of the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office or

THE secret of smart insur- wore a coronet of seed pearls to chose for traveling a lovely gray in New Orleans and last around on her third finger? or before the 3 day of October 1955

Bengal BrigadeIn ing is not to worry about which was attached a short veil jacket dress with red accessories of, Friday and Saturday Mike Pickering Hear that Joe Neal Belch is the Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as confessed of said- I L _

Technicolor of sheerest bridal illusion. The complimented with a corsage was feted at a Bachelor's lucky guy The event will take by you.

Rock Hudson and Arlene Dahl whether or not a loss will bride carried a nosegay of white white roses. at St. Augustine Beach place when he comes home from This nolle Stkii be published I wish to. again, take this
party once each week for four consecutive
-And- occur but rather, how roses from which fell streamers of Mrs. Walker attended the Uni- where the guests enjoyed deep sea"the Navy next summer means of reminding you thatI

Run For CoverJames serious such a loss would be! narrow white satin ribbons tied versity of Florida where she Delta wasa fishing the party was given by I I And that's it for now See am a candidate for one of the \

with white tube roses. Her only member of the Kappa Mike's groomsmen, Gerald McCoy ,,you in the next ;wo acancies that now exist on ,

Cagney and Viveca Lindfors That's why we advise you to ornament was a single strand of sorority.Mr. and Edward Jay, Jr. of Gainesville -Carolyn our City Council subject to the

Also Cartoon buy first the insurance that pearls, a gift from the groom. Walker is a graduate of Bruce Mathews of Starke, I I electIon to be held September

guards you against the most Mrs. Moncrief was attired for the University of the Florida Beta wherehe ThetaPi Dick Dunn of Jax Beach, Homer.'Miss Fay Paulk 13th. !
in is a member '
Fri., Sat. Sept. 9, 10 staggering financial blows. her daughter's wedding a pink Lewis, Jr. of Jax Ralph Alvarez, For the past 23 years, I have
taffeta cocktail gown complimented Jr. of Fort Myers and friends i Is Shower
DOUBLE FEATURE their wedding trip een a tremendous growth in
Call on us for a safe econo- with a blue carnation corsage. Following and also on the past weekend I'
and I realize the
for Bloom- our city, fully
of Jackson- the young couple left Fay Paulk, whose wedding
Ma and Pa Kettle Mrs. Peggy Coleling social calender was the chicken.
1 additional services with
mical protection program. ville, grandmother of the groom. ington, Ind., where Mr. Walker barbecue supper by Dot and Bill to Ervin Andrews will be an that go
On Vacation will work on his Master's Degree J the the growth of a town, but I
wore a lovely 'avender print street Powell Saturday evening, and the; event of Saturday evening, was
of 'at the University of Indiana. i(inspiration for a delightful bridal assure you tax payers that Iwill
With Marjorie Maine and length dress with a corsage lovely "open house" t; ven by j'

;-...... Percy Kilbride Ralph and Barbara Alvarez Sun j,shower given Friday evening, Aug. fight for the economical

-And- H. C. Wall AgencyPhone Recent Births I WCTU Meeting day afternoon honoring their I 27, at the New River Community operation of our government
4 Center. Hostesses for the affair and see that earn tax payer'sdollar
and her fiance, '
Last Sylvia,
Held FridayMrs. daughter.
The Lawless Breed : Mrs. J. C. Harrell Mrs. Z. receives a dollar in value
: 146 '' &n- Mr. and Mrs.: George Mike Pickering ..were Tht B 9 ___ 'ft'x *l- fePIGMV .

In TechnicolorRock St. Petersburg, former Starke Nellie H. Doig of Gainesville Noted that they have cleared %v. Hamilton, and Mrs. J. K. I HIPPO IS ONE. OT TH AsI have a son 11 years old,

Hudson and Julia Adams 200 E. Call Street residents, are the parents of a who for many years was I I away the trees in back of the I Douglas, of Brooker, Mrs. Guy RAREST ANIMAlS ON EAflfTH.SUir&TCJ and I am very much interestedin
Kellie, born; Andrews and Mrs. W. H. Smithof !GIV% !. VOU AN IDEA Of fTB ;
Also Cartoon and Serial daughter. Elizabeth state treasurer and is still activein I Presbyterian church to make room (ONLY ONE-POURtttNTH THtSTE, the health and welfare of
Starke, Mrs. C. E. Andrews
Starke Fla. August 12. ___ temperance work, was a guestat I for their new Sunday school build- OF THE. NILE HIPPOPOWWi; > our young people, I will actively
of New River
Mrs. Floyd Wiggins
__ I the meeting of the local WCTU which they hope to start ..... such I
? _._. -I The following births are an- ing, ;,:Mrs. Seeber Andrews of Wildwood Be aware the BCLU.. G- support a program.
Maternity last Friday afternoon. The business soon wonder what the big would like to see our beautification -
nounced by the Starke Mrs. Shelby Turner, and Mrs. J. TOX STUDIO AND GIFT
session was presided over by attraction in Miami is that takes program continued as

"AMANA FOOD PLAN" Hospital: of''I Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, vice pres-I Sonny Tenly down thataway this iD.'Mrs.Moreland Truby of Parrish Jacksonville of Gaines-, and SHOP leads in the field of has been started under the directIon -

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith ident, and the devotional was conducted long weekend instead of going up ''ville. beautiful, expertly mounted of some of our clubs.

SAVE TIME WORK FOOD MONEY Starke, a daughter, Kimberly Lu- by Mrs. J. T. Quigley, spir- to Ga. with the rest of his family I diamonds. Come in try
itual life chairman, assisted by I ? ?? See Ethel Parks is holding -'I' Mid-summer flowers against a one of these fabulous Feature I want to ask every citizento
cille, Aug. 26. this background of magnolia leaves give me their active supportand
Mrs. Ara Moitt. Theme of the down the C. of C. Lock diamonds. Well
R. A. CRAVEN FOOD CONSULTANTP. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Sullivan of meeting was "The Fear of The week guess Marion Howe, Secy.I were used to advantage throughout serveyou vote, and in return, I

0. Box 942 Starke FloridaOr Randall, Aug. Lord." will be getting in this weekend the Center as decorations for promptly and courteously promise' to make you a City \
Starke, a son, in the the party. Games were played invite you to look around. Councilman of whom will
It was voted to send a contribu- from her month's vacation I you
ContactWINTER'S 28. during the evening followed by I
tion to the state treasurer to as- SE Marcus Brown left Thurs- be proud.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Dinkins sist in the expenses of the State day for the Uni. of Miami to con- the serving of refreshments from t
FROZEN FOOD CENTER I Medical trays. FlfflAtTiTzfffiiUDIOAWDGIFTP Thanking you, I am
studies at the
President his
of Starke, a son, Thomas Franklin Mrs. Florence Riggie, tothe tinue
4551 St. Johns Avenue Jacksonville Fla. national convention in Califor School see Gertrude Hofmeister The hostesses presented the Sincerely yours,
Aug. 28. nia. is now jerking sodas over atKoch's honoree with a four-piece bake set

and Helen Haines is as a memento of the occasion.
J. W.
Following a musical program by (Jim) Ritch
.- at Kinde- Fifty guests attended this lovely
Mrs. Priest the.
i -' Dr. John McNeill and Morris M. helping
-.- .- -- I affair. (Pd. PoL Adv.)
Brackman Jr., refreshments were garten.

served. Hear that Billy Miles left Wednesday -! .
Uni. in St. .. _._._.- ----... ...- -. -- ---_. "-

ReElect I WSCS NoticeCircles Louis, Mo.for, Gradwahl where he will studyin I! To The Citizens I DRAPES-- 1 I

the Laboratory X-ray Technician I i Of StarkeI

I School see that Butch I I S
of the First Methodist I SLIP I
is attending BHS this year j! wish to COVERS ,
i WSCS will meet Tuesday as follows Smith announce my can-
J. R. WainwrightYOUR I : Circle 1, 10 a.m. at the instead of going back to CMC |I didacy for the office of City I

church with Mrs. Amy Coburnas have you seen the new pink color' Council subject to the Sept. UPHOLSTERYBeautiful ,
motif that Leila's Dress Shop has 13 election. I
hostess; Circle 2, 3 p.m. at 1110 : t
Saratoga Heights with Mrs. Inez I i acquir in the past week? .i I, I feel that the women of Fabrics Elegant Styling !a! ; \

Green and Mrs. M. W. Lance as very ultra spotted Ray and I:Starke should be directly rep- t Perfect Tailoring : j
MAYOR and childrenin I F
hostesses: Circle 3 will meet at Ernestine Saunders I resented, on this important I
the act of moving yesterdayfrom :body that controls the busi- ti
the church with Mrs. O. L. Haynesand N.I I! I CALL PEG at 239
:Mrs.; Lillie Bridges as hostesses. the Thomas house on ness of the City. Having I II

Walnut St. to Lake City, where successfully operated own I For Advice
and they will make their home I I j business my ), I I
and life .
He Has The Time, Experience Ability Members of the FriendshipBible I I being a long I ,..
CARD O.F THANKSMr. I resident of Starke I feel that I '

Class of Die Presbyterianchurch 11 am well qualified to give the I ,
and Mrs. M. W. Lance wishto enjoyed a summer picnic I.
And Will Do The Job In A I people an efficient and progressive -
thank thank the people of supper at Hoke Harris' Kingsley i! administration. '; I I

hear that
Lake home
Starke for the kindness shown recently i I If elected I shall state my I ... I

CONSCIENTIOUS MANNERYour them through the Sheriffs office Dorothy Ross and George Hugginsare i honest opinion as to how -I _
FAIR SOUND AND attending the County Agents I stand issue.
here, in keeping the latest on any I
reportson and Home Demonstrations conferences -
1 I Your vote and support will Chas. C.
their son-in-law. Sheriff B. R. at the U. of F. this week be greatly appreciated. I I Shepherd I

Vote and Support is Greatly Appreciated Quinn of Inverness, who was shot sorry to hear that Pee Wee i I I TV Radio

.. Sunday night, and for the prayers I Dampier was readmitted to the I RUBY JOHNS. Free EstimatesI I
-,.. (Pd. Pol. -\d\-.)

-'- .'--- ..- -- .- u -_ j,- - _. -- -- of the people. I Lake City VA Hospital for further i L. ___ ----. ---_.--- '.L' L L 'L -l



Mrs. D. R. Edwards Mrs W. E.1 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell spent I CARD OF TILVXKS suit forDiu _
r 'iand r.t.' :" ; 4fii
Wilcox and daughter, Dorothy of I[several days last week in Jack- SOIL CONSERVATION 1 I wish to express my heartfelt namt
Fort Lauderdale are visiting this I sonville on business. j appreciation for the many gifts.iI j has been filed against! you In the

week with :Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mrs. O. B. Dukes and Mrs.John (cards, and other acts of kindness;;you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy an'of

Matthews :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. Dukes of Lake Butler were visit- N-E-W-S i by my friends on my birthdayl your answer or pleading i>. in

Potdna t ; John Love Wilkes and Mr, and ing Mrs. J. R. Kelly on Monday.Mr. + ''I August 29. I especiallysh complaint Attorney Hans on G.the Taenxler.Plaintiff Jr ,
Mrs. H. M. Richarde of the State : and Mrs. :M. W. Lance and By Bill Haas ,J 'thank radio station WDVH for I 109 Law Exchange Building. J.ukonville -
Farm. Babs, the week- I their anouncements during the > Florida.
U- & SOIL CONSERVATION and file the original in the office
C-tN'THE NEWSMr. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen end with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 3 day of duller
and children visited Mr. and Mrs.C. [ Jr. at Fernandina Beach. SERVICE !w, occa-sion.-! 19i5; otherwise the allegations of
., F. Smith in Gainesville Saturday Dianna Smith of Winter Gardenis I said Complaint will be taken A.
I Sale at .M ,- a I confessed by you.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang of I evening. visiting Linda Kay I I i II. Clrrult Coart. Bradford C..t7. This notice thall be published
and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and I Chief and Mrs. T. S. Hogsedlof Kingsley Lake this week. I The Board of Supervisors for R. Conner. Leon was cultivating Florida !. Chaarfrr. once each week for four consecutive
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chitty of j Miami are visiting Mr. and Mrs. and I Ada Elizabeth Hamilton Plaintiff. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
I Parris Island S. C. spent the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- some turnips when I came up. He Robert Dale
jvs .
R. R. B. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs.: Hamilton. Defend
and Mr. and Mrs. \V. '
Starke ; weekend with his mother Mrs. son, Charles, were vacationing in trict will hold their regular month- stopped at the end of the row 'I ant.. Case Xo. 10-11751 i i itlce Dated this 2$ day of August 1S5S!
Walters of Reidsville Ga., are Paul Raymond this week. Ethel Parks. the Smoky Mountains last week. at Green's home. and we discussed his farm plan.In > T. Appears 1 OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A. Darby
ly meeting Lloyd
I To- Robert Dal of the Circuit Court
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez Hamilton whose Clerk
spending the long weekend at Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Gregory and Mrs. Frank Hoover had as recent The main topic for discussion will the! ; next field was a good standof [1'residence and address is unknown |'By Marian U Crosby! Deputy Clerk
Shellman Beach, Ga. and children of Fort Myers are family of Jacksonville and :Mr. visitors Mrs. John Hurd of be the State Associational meetingat Sesbania. "That Sesbania is You are hereby notinefl mat a 92II923TO

Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Al- and :Mrs. F. S. Strickland of Lake Atlanta :Miss Bonnie Wallace of Quincy. one of the best cover crops thatI I '. __ .',_ _,__ __ -'"----'--- "
and children and of varez this week. j" ... -
U, Ann Pat, ----
Edna -
and Mrs. Leon.j ---- -" -- --"
City of Mr.
were Sunday guests I Louisville. Ky. Water resource use will be have used, remarked
Newnan, Ga., have spent the past Get your Safety Belts at &y-
and Mrs. Frow Strickland. Wallace of Palatka. discussed at this meeting. "You There is also a new cover crop
ten days with Mr. and Mrs. L P. mour's 66 Station. :Miss :Mary Jane Berry of Madi- Bill Jackson was in Tampa on don't miss the water until the called Aeschaynomene which will THE CITIZENS OF STARKEHerb

Shepherd Sr. Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Rod-son, sonville Ky., spent several days) business Tuesday.Mr. well goes dry", was a statement grow on our truck cropland. It is

Mrs. Wayne Douglas and Miss Micky and daughter, Mrs. this week with :Mr. and :Mrs. E. : and :Mrs. Morris Jacksonand made by one of our old timers. putting out as much, if not more,
Shirley Moody of Jacksonvillewere ney Hall spent the past two weeks S. Beebe. The Beebes also had family of Ocala, former The big problem of the Board is organic material than the cover I Thomas has published his stand on Recreation,

last Friday evening guestsof visiting in Ozark Montgomeryand as Monday guest, Miss Woodrowene Starke residents, are spendingthis to keep the well from going dry. crops we have. The seed is not Bradford Telegraph Aug. 18. and Utility Expansion
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. Fort McClellan, Ala. Houston of Jacksonville. week at Gold Head Branch. Water is used by everyone not too plentiful, but next summer program. Bradford Telegraph Aug. 25. Today I will

Petty Officer and Mrs. Robert Edward and Pat Priest of Har- Word has been received that Mrs. Loyree Hartmann and only by the farmers. there should be some available for outline new issues facing our City.

Beers of Newport R I. spent lingen Texas are visiting their Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. entered Duke children have moved in from the Surveys: of the water resourcesare those who are interested in plant
Aug. 14 to 20 with his brother- grandmothers Mrs. E. C. Priest Hospital in Durham N. C., last Dr. Carroll cottage on Kingsley being made for some of the ing it for a cover and grazing, The expansion and home building} program Starke has

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.I and Mrs. T. A. Mersereau for week for surgery.Mr. Lake where they spent the sum- counties in the State. With industry crop. undertaken will necessitate upholding of proper zoning
Joe Arnold. several weeks.ALVAREZ' and Mrs. Robert Barks- towns laws to
moving in and our protect everyone. The maintaining of our new
dale and children attended the I mer.Mrs.. O. J. Phillips Jr. is makingan should
growing, Bradford County paved streets and sewers.
I II ski show at Cypress Gardens indefinite visit wth her parents also know its water resources. Raleigh is sure proud of his

I II II STORE Estan's.Clothing I IMI Sunday.Mr. onI I, Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Gaint Striatia Crotalaria. He Our fire department under Chief Carpenter is very

I 1891 II and Mrs. Joe Arnold and while her husband,transferred Airman 2-c to Pete Reddish to used the Pensacola District's planted it the is well seed over when head he laidbyand high. good, especially with the help of the excellent volunteers
cultipacker plant
daughter Jackie, spent last weekat has been
but with the growth of the continued improvement
"That group City -
:Miami Beach. McDill Field Tampa. Bahia. Vernon Reddish did the I cover crop is sure goingto
and facilities will reduce the cost of fire in-
Mr. and :Mrs. L. O. Hazen visit- Mrs. .Jennie Maude Prevatt has tractor work.J. help my land, says Raleigh.
ed Mrs. Ralph Hazen of Brookerin returned to her home in Jacksonville i surance and give added protection to all.
T. Quigley used the District'srotocycle
the Alachua General Hospitalon after spending the past and rela-two mower and weed chop-I A definite course in training for police work shouldbe
Sunday. here with friends
weeks per on his place at Heilbronn added to the Police Department, and since the police

GUM CROSSTIES past Penny two Hollingsworth weeks with her spent brother-the tives.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Fields and Springs. Berry Dyal Jr.also did used the I have a radio-equipped car, further study should be con-

in-law and sister, Mr. and :Mrs.J. son of Jacksonville spent Sunday tractor driving. Berry the weedson ducted on furnishing police radio contact for 2-1 hoursa
the chopper to cut down
L. Hair in Lake City. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White, his place in Graham. day so you citizens can get help when needed.
Black Sweet :Misses Idell and :Martha Land- Sr., Mrs. J. H. Fields, and Mr. and
-- or Tupelo I rum are spending a few days this Mrs. Herbert Green. Complete soil and water con- The Chamber of Commerce should be supported fullyin

week in Brooksville with their' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited servation farm plans were delivered securing new business enterprises for Starke as more

grandparents :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger in to Leon Norman and W. jobs add greater financial security to our City.
SAWED OR HEWED Landrum.Get Green Cove Springs Sunday eve-
H your Safety Belts at Sey ning after attending a baseball Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Sommer and The City should allow and maintain small sign post

mour's 66 Station. in Jacksonville in the after-! daughters attended the Methodist road Starke for the
game areas on every through entering
F.O.B. Our Baldwin, Fla. PlantNoet57x9x8'6" Mr. and Mrs. L. S. "Hutto at- i Gainesville District Ministers meet- ', purpose of erecting small neat signs for every Civic
tended the funeral of Mr. Hutto'scousin noon.Mr.. and Mrs. ;Merrill Edwardsand ing in Ocala on Monday. The Som-
Mrs. Club, stating time and location of meetings so all club
and | that evening,
P. S. Hutto Sr., in Savan- family visited Mr. mers had as guests
Jacksonville last Rev. and Mrs. Ted Jennings and member tourists passing through will be welcomed, and
nah, Ga. last Friday. Mrs. P. S. R. C. Howard in
$2.25No.47x8x8'6" Hutto Sr. and son, Junior returned Friday. children of Miami. CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON when they stop and attend meetings, interesting facts

here with the Huttos fora Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Get your Safety Belts at &y- about this and literature on business and living in Starke be furn-
few days visit. were home a few days this week .mour's 66 Station. ished them. Advertising pays.
2.10No.36x8x8'fi" Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and on business from their summer I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McAliley
Mr., and Mrs. F. D. Key were at homes in Asheville and Highlands, have returned to their home in I Labor Day the day we The City should coordinate closely with the Garden

St. Augustine.Beach on Sunday.Mr. |N. C. and returned there on Thurs- Chester S. C. after ten days visit honor all those who work with I Club for the cleaning up and beautification of the entire -

1.80 and :Mrs. T. F. Hutto and her with Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Mc- brain or brawn to build a City.
family of Jacksonville visited the day.Mrs.. Roy Smith returned to liley and family and other relativesin greater America I
a happier
L. S. Hutto family on Sunday. [home in Tennille Ga., on Thurs- Gainesville. world. As look aroundus I Voters, there was a time here when most people
Misses Idell and Martha Land- day after visiting her brotherinlaw TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER we thought one grocery store, one drug store. one hotel
Must be Cut Full, Contain Only Sound Wood and be Mr. and Mrs. K. all that we see, and use.
I rum visited their father Frank and sister, and one restaurant were enough, but now look around

Fresh Cut, Seasoned Ties Not Accepted. Landrum, on Monday in St. Vin- G. Duncan. daughter and enjoy is the product of you. We have many home-owned grocery stores 25
cent's Hospital where he is con- Mrs. Rene' Garcia and the toil of many generations.
Sunday after motels in County and 22 restaurants, and all the well-
fined with a broken hip. Vivian, returned I Nothing is so meaningful, so
in By Polly Walt Jr. managed ones making a living. Compare our condi-
15 days
:Mrs. T. J. Strickland, :Mrs. A. spending the past wholesome, so satisfying as
\ B. Cellan and :Mrs. A. B. Shaw Chicago, HI. visiting her brother- uAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAMrs. productive work. Let us all tions now with former conditions. Does expansion pay?

SOUTHERN WOOD\ j I''Shaw of Gainesville of :Miami and were Mrs. Tuesday George Vic in-law Moncelli and ,sister while, M.Mr.Sgt.and Garcia Mrs. Rosa Pinholster was hon-'I be proud to be working to When your City grows you grow with it.

r-' I with the Na- ored on her birthday with a sur- .enrich the lives of our family, C
guests of Mrs. Annie Hollings- on maneuvers
PRESERVING I CO.P. worth. was tional Guard at Ft. McCIellan, prise dinner given for her at the our countrymen, and of all Sincerely,

Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford spent Community Center by her friends. the world.

last week vacationing at Hall Ala.Mrs.. Hildabelle Bence of Jack- Those attending brought their HERB THOMAS
Mrs. J. G. own basket dinners. She. received
0. Box 308 Lake. sonville and Mr.
Baldwin. Fla.
Lauderdale several nice gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. Alvarez and children of Ft.cottage Little Marcia- McRae was hon- Charley E. Johns Next week I will give you a summary of my entire

of :Miami visited his parents, the I are at Lake the Bence through Labor ored on her second birthday witha program. Think what is best for the future of your
I senior McRaes on Saturday. on Kingsley Vote for HERB THOMAS for Starke's pros-
I party given by her parents,

'" I Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and I Day.Dr.. and Mrs. Sam Sternberg and Mr. and Mrs. Benny McRae. & Son AgencyPhone perity through recreation, utility completion, and busi

I Miss Idell Landrum spent the I children of Daytona Beach were She had a beautiful cake, dec- ness expansion.Stove .
(weekend in Miami. Mrs. orated in and inscribed
weekend guests of Mr. and pink 13 Starke, Fla.

THEATRESTARKE Mrs. John Simpson Mrs. Ernest Smith and family. "Happy Birthday Marcia." ._ ,___. ___ .,..-._ --_ ,_
Wilmot and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Junius Mrs. T. D. Broun of Wedgefield, Those attending were Mrs. Victor E -'_ _.___,,_u _._ __ __ _. -- -._ -_ ... _-_
Carnell and family of Jacksonvillewere I week with her ,Jones and daughter, Vicky .
Sunday visitors of Mr. and brother-in-law S. C. is spending and a sister, Rev. and Jean, Mrs. F. M. Sullivan and ,'. -- ." -. ,- --'- ---- __ ___ __-'_ .__.. '_' n- __ _. -' 2'--='-=-- =-=: ".

Dedicated To Community Service Mrs. Volley Starling. Mrs. L. D. Haines and family.Mr. 'son, Douglas, Mrs. Bill Jones and

"Movie Are Better Than Ever" Glenda Starling has returned and Mrs. W. B. Mundy had II daughters, Phyllis and Dianne
I home after spending the summer as weekend guests, Mr. Mundy's Mrs. Lucille Edwards and daughter Old Round
It you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and mother Mrs. Maggie Mundy Olin Peggy, and Mrs. G. W. Ra- Up

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. Mrs. G. W. Carlton in Fayette- Mundy, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I born.Mrs.
ville, N. C. The Carltons brought Mundy of Laurens S. C. I W. E. Bigham is spending
., Sept. 3-ONLY Sun., Mon., and Tues. Glenda home and spent the.week- Freddie Thomson has returnedto a few days with the James Whittles AT GAS

DOUBLE FEATURE Sept. 4, 5, 6 end with :Mrs. Carlton's parents his home in Monticello after of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Castle. three weeks visit with his grand- Guests of the R. F. Ganos recently SLADE

...it_nat c.T..lt/c- I parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. were Mrs. E. R. Gano of COMPANY
Is T..CIIts$pIU TOItaftrlUteUte Mascot, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Whitman -
NOTICETO returned of Jacksonville and Mr. and
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd
i tktniUriUlMv 1 CITIZENSOF Mrs. B. J. Gano of Clermont.Rev. .
THE Vincent'shospital
WIll Mite rum home Tuesday from St.

CllloIIIIf MlI STARKE, four days where for she a checkup.was confinedfor vacation. and this Mrs.week Stallings in Tennesseeand are on BRINGS ONCE A YEAR BARGAINS

Friends of Mrs. L. D. Haines will Kentucky. I
I am deeply concerned about Carol Cox and Sandra Mott of
be happy to hear she is getting
the growth and program of ourcity along nicely following an operationin I Gainesville were visiting the ON HARDWICK AUTOMATIC GAS RANGESTURN
and if you, the citizens of Doctor's Hospital last Friday. Waits recently.
I Starke elect me as your Councilman and Guests of the H. W. Waits re-
ACTUALLY Mrs. Hester Thomas daughter
r I will strive at all times to returned froma cently were Mrs. Ruth Griswoldof KNOB OVEN LIGHTS AUTOMATICALLY
Odessa, recently
I ,R FILMED IN W work for the best interest of all two weeks' vacation in Indiana Cassadaga, N. Y., and Mr. and

}{ KQNIL2T't and will keep you posted as to and Michigan. Mrs. Thomas spent; Mrs. Bill Hambly of Orlando.
what is going on at all times.
part of her time with her son, M.

> Sincerely yours, C. Thomas, and his family, seeing PHILSRESTAURANT PEAK
/ for the first time her grandson,i TRADESDuring
W. II. (Bill) XOEGEL JR. Mallory in Niles, :Mich. She also i t

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) saw her granddaughter, Gladys I
Dian Thomas. appear in an enter-j I
At tainment at the House of David! AFTER OUR VACATIONWe OLD STOVE
y :
-t in Benton Harbor, Mich. Dian

t rI sang, did a toe dance acrobaticact I Are Glad To Be Back ROUND-UP

-And- FORTUNECINEMASCOPE and baton twirling. Before I' On The Job and Hope To I
returning home Mrs. Thomas and 3
Have The Pleasure Of
Gives You A
..... daughter spent part of their time C Chance
......... Serving All Our Friends
visiting Gladys Dian and her To Own A Glamorous
mother, Virginia, at Lakeville, Ind.

j Mayor and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright New HardwickAt

OOG1EI and family moved back in __ .
.t I -o o o ..
MICHAaiNNlGfNE[ BARRY P ;i,town last week from Kingsley Lake
\I ftiAic**fc lUODt AWHDiMCtorf o where they the summer. r
*>'**f tNESTX CANN [They will return to their summer CHILDRENSHEALTH Bargain Price
.' LEAGUE? : WtbDUuxr.IIIIUQI."mRtOPllQlltSOU1lD11III. !> cottage for the Labor Day week-

..... / Plus "Teathers Pest" Cartoon and end.Mr. and I That We Can Offer You
+ and Mrs. Paul Booker

= : I Latest World Xe\ts baby of DeLand are guests for a !is very often Unpaired by! But Once A Year

f AlL I EIE 1tII.1tlErlE .1 \few days of Mr. and Mrs. George I falls, jolts and sprains, which I II
MRS. JIMMY MOORE Roberts Sr. in Lawtey and the ( m\saJignmt'nts.1
[ produce spinal IA
tIE ")Iy Pop's a smart man .
Merrill Struths of Starke. Your children should be checked ::
DODCERS Wed., Thur., and Fri. he just bought a new RCAtelevidon Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas and every 2 or 3 months by aj

Sept. 7, 8, 9 set from CHAS. C.SIIEPIIERD. ,'daughter Kathleen, spent the j I Chiropractor so these conditions I II ;

." weekend in Pensacola visiting Mr. I could be corrected before complications -! o Regardless of Condition
,- BESTSELLER BECOMES and Mrs. Paul Bonner. develop. II [ s.

1'0 I SCREEN Thriller! Mr. and Mrs. George McDanielsof I I Of Old Range
weekend You will be surprised how 3:
/ Tallahassee were '
I rapidly tired and nervous children E =
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row- H
qa guests
kYtjrla to Chiropractor
I respond I
land.Miss: Ann Johns and Mrs. JoAnn care. Is i iI
wtulrn Rowe were in Jacksonville Tues- I Phone 108 for an appointment -

JUNGLE day.Mr. I today. I II ii

atuf rosin \ 7 and Mrs. X. M. Smith and I IN GOOD
family spent the weekend at Big
Starmg GLENN FORD k, ,
:ua311L3 R06ERT MARRIOT ANNE FRANCIS LOUIS CALHERN Mrs. G. S. Newcomb and son. !

Chuck, were in Orlando Thursdayto CLINIC I II

: RCiim ii11011 tUTHWUflCK OUVtEUUiDgY plus Your Grin Cartoon Monday visiting her mother, j I !
"Keep Up" Office located 2 blocks north of SLADE GAS
and Latent World News Mrs. H. P. Moye.W. I
I'lus "Ku Ku Nuts" Cartoon and G. Haile Jr. and Jack Haile' Post Office in Starke. II j
Chapt. Xo. 8 Serial I
COMING SOON ? of Miami were visiting their parents Hours 9 to 12. 1:00 to 5:30: !II-III

F the senior Hailes over the I Thursdays and Evenings i ij : ,
r A. R. JOHNSON Mr. Roberts weekend. Mr. Haile Sr. who has j Appointment | j' Starke Florida t

L __ . been quite ill, is getting along as : i i !
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ton, Lawtey, Wateroak, Lincoln 'Soldier of Fortune'With 1[I day through Tuesday. ';I .___ _. .
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED City and Starke are asked to Clark Gable I I, With Tony Curtis and Janet: "----, "_ .:ii--""" --* > =- .'" :_''I\o. -"'' _-''-'!-"... '': _...:...>.- __s.__?_( ..._--..-.""- ---
be present. She has a message of j:Leigh in starring roles, the story
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy importance to you. This will be Coming To FloridaEast j[!tells of the Earl of Alban's attempt \ ...." "" ..._.
your first chance to meet the to overthrow King HenryIV
Ozora Johnson, Editor
new teachers of the county and meets West in violent col- and the Black Shield of Fal-
.. .................LLL.................LLLLLLLI greet the old ones. A spicey pro- lision just this side of the bam- worth that rises to thwart the -9
gram will be planned by the mu- boo curtain in "Soldier For- evil plot. :::::;
Back of
To School under the supervision of Princi- I =::::::.
sic department of RJE under the tune," the new adventure film :::::::
Hundreds of youngsters returned Unusually spectacular are courtly -
S. C. R. Price. She is :
pal a seniorat :::::
direction of F. S. Pierce and E.
:Monday to all the schools of the Bethune-Cookman College, Day- showing at the Florida Theatre, scenes in Mackworth Castle,
E. Minott. Don't miss the big
county to resume study after three tona Beach, and will earn the B. "kick-off PTA meeting. Let's I Sunday through Tuesday. the courtyard sequences showingthe -=
months vacation.! Enrollment is Clark Gable is seen as! an ex- ::::
S. in
degree May of this school
make this the biggest and best. training for knighthood, the :;:
being checked by the supervisorsthis term. She has a rich backgroundin American patriot currently en- 6
year for parent-teacher relations I solemn knighting of Myles of Fal- -
week. R. J. E. has consolidated elementary education, having gaged in smuggling contrabandinto :;
in Bradford County. Presidents of worth, the crossing of lances in eao eTOtEfi
quite a bit and enrollment studied also at Florida: A & M. Red China. He is finally reformed -
the and PTA's will
hobby clubs the tournament, and the giant ItflH
there should reach approximately teacher by a beautiful and des-
Beulah Lennon, first grade -
be asked to meet with Supervisor -
that almost
battle between lancers
500. Only one teacher will be at has been granted a short perate redhead in the person of % :
Johnson so that we may be costs Henry his life and ///III"Quantity -
Wateroak School this M. Suzan Hayward.The
year maternity leave of absence. Wear able to organize a countywidePTA I I
E. Roberts; one teacher at Hamp- glad that Principal Price was and Hobby Club Council. film is set against the I throne. Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat Sept 3
ton Training, M. Taylor; and two able to find a replacement. This will include, past presidentslike I I flaming background of tension-
teachers at Thurston school in Pre-Planning ConferenceThe Mariam Tyson, Marion Dell, ridden Hong Kong. It shows the FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
Lincoln City. We welcome to the Richard J. Murray high L. Desue, Janie Mitchell E. Ay- I riff-raff of its waterfront, plea-
county Mary Dean Price who will school, St. Augustine, was the cox and others. We can serve I sure-seekers, opportunists, tourists MAXWELL HOUSE Vac Pac
teach in the primary department. center for two days of county- children and I and spies, all intermingling
I your more efficiently JUST ONE
wide planning for the teachers of cffectovely if you come out and help I I in the teeming age-old, world-
St. Johns County. On August 29 1'us !wise streets. FRIGIDAIREMade 1-lb
to "know the child. You know
SPECIAL SAlE7Jorckns the.keynote address was deliveredby more about your children than any I I I The film includes a strong fea- only by General Coffee' Can 79C

Ozora Johnson, supervisor schools.of of the teachers. We do not want j|tured cast of occidental and oriental Motors Corp. All! other !f
Bradford County negro to leave a child untouched this I players and marks the. pro- Electric Refrigerators are
P.T.A. And Club Chlt-Chat
Hobby year. If :your children fail, then fessional reappearance of Anna made by other companiesand
Parents and friends of all the and teachers have I Sten, the exotic White Russian
schools asked we as parents cannot use the word Limit One With Food Order!
are to renew your failed. Don't forget this allimI beauty who was first seen in the
activities in these groups. We be- I U. S. in her film of Frigidaire.
portant date, Wednesday, Sept. 7 portrayal
'1: .mFt: R _
lieve that much can be done; to "Nana.
Come and inspect our new cafe-
improve the schools if these groups I
ICE CREAM torium. Manager Alma Royal Jenkins Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
function On ,
properly. Wednesday '
have some punch and Tony Curtis StarsIn d
Sept. 7, President Sophia Royalis I may ? ? cookies
calling the first countywidePTA I you. 'Black Shield'At L
RJE. All of Adult Education
for parents
students from Brooker, Hamp- I On Thursday of last week A. Park Theatre 1
N. Anderson, Area supervisor of I E. H. SMITH 5-lb 39C
Adult Education and Veterans "The Black Shield of Falworth," ,
EXPERTAeatt from the State Department of Ed-I the story of a fabulous outlaw J Bag
ucation visited RJE school. We knight who wooed and won and Tenth and Temple Ave.
regret that the attendance of the who crushed a plot against Eng-
1I Adult Class was not up to the land's throne, will occupy the Starke, Fla. Limit One With Food Order!
maximum. We explained to :Mr. screen at the Park Theatre, Sun-
Anderson about the death of one
of the Old citizens in Lincoln City. p
He is expecting that all persons
enrolled attend classes regularlyand SHORTENING
put in full time. The class at HUNDREDS
I1 Lawtey, taught by A. B. Anderson -
l is progressing well, but
too much cannot ,be very said about of details are managed and economic- I 3 lb

ALL WORKGuaranteed regular attendance. If the enrollment ally attended that only a trained and Jewel! Can 59C

I falls down we may find it L careful organization can attend when
I necessary to consolidate the two the urgent need for serving is at
classes and meet 'at the center hand.
Any Make or Brand Watch that has been most consistent in Limit One With Food Order!
keeping the average nightly at-
tendance over 15 persons. Some DeVVITT C. JONESPhone
i l li lr pocket books in social studies 7 Starke, Fla.
and spelling are now available to "
LovebrightDIAMONDS all adults for 35c each. Come out Funeral Director Ambulance Service DETERGENT (Limit Two, Please)
and let's learn how to do a better
job of reading, writing and spell Our local funeral home enables na to offer convenience vat
NOW ON DISPLAY ing. Special courses will be or- services not otherwiit available. IncLarge
ganized next week. Persons inter-
A .
ested in typing may register withB. or I

Visit Our Store for L. Horne tonight, Sept. 1, in I We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Box

BEAUTIFUL the typing classroom of RJE accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANT
company as payment in part or in full on a funeral
Costume Jewelry Church News Consultation carries no obligation.
I Mt. Moriah Methodist Church, .
Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, held a
successful Men's Day all day Sunday I
d WILLIAMSJEWELRY Aug. 28. The keynote ad- r- STAR-KIST Light Meat :
dress for the day was deliveredby
C. C. Anderson, Principal of .
i i I Lawtey Training School. He talked \ \ IflHurnyl TITIT 'WV

upl.tFl Phone 375 -- 151 W. Call !on the subject of "Religion and
Manhood. Deacon J. D.. Diggs complimented -

;JS oro1 rts'' '92t tobe good!! Starke Florida I the speaker highly, as No. Yz Can
I I did the audience by vociferous .
applause. Deacon Little, and I UNIX

Brother Bell collected over $55 at I U
....... the afternoon service. The total Umifud
/ for the day was $301.47. Chair-
I /d -\ men Robert Dell and Louis Kelly
WITH ALL ov wish to thank all members and A
WE HAVE-, I friends who made this day a gigantic _
OUR OTHER STOCKS, ,," : ing made success.for Plans Women's are now Day be-at l I \ SUNNYLANDThe
.1111\\iy \
THOSE NECESSARY.IG1A. (:J Pleasant Grove Church, watch :
& __ this paper for the announcementof Best Ham. '
participants. -",
; I Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. f- Barring None! 1
i Church, Rev. John Groover pas- v.9
cos BlO "\ tor, will hold regular' services all y 3 obi I

day Sunday, Sept.3.Sunday Schoolat I Full Shank
10 a. m. with Supt. Homer I
Williams in charge. Love Feast i HAM Half or 45C
will be held during the morning Full Butt
worship hour, Holy Communionwill LB,
be administered by the pas- x "' may Sti3.r a 9we Half
6 LOCAL TRADEMARKS.L.. tor during the evening services.All Sa. 1, 1
members and friends are invited <
to attend. The following rwL SOUTHERN STAR Boneless Cooked
: persons have been named captainsfor
R'E ; Women's Day on Sunday, I "The Illustrated 4-lbs Net $ Sept. 18; Irene: Thomas, Corine "' CANNED E PICNICS 1 I S
\\ 'c-- SERVICE Butler, Leontine Cuffee, Bernice Encyclopedia of Knowledge"

Morriss, and Ozora Johnson. YOURS FOR ONLY
[ : Each one Is asked to raise not $105
\ Value
less than $20. Guest speaker for LOVETT'S Hickory Sweet
c tt..r. the morning service will be sister "'.
: Royal, mother of New : Complete Set 00
Bethel Baptist Church. All women ;' SLICED S E BACON 49C
who enjoy singing are asked to .c. _
join the women's chorus. The first $
rehearsal will be held at Allen books in to cover

Chapel Church on Tuesday, Sept. 10 deluxe volumes. handling "EAT-RITE" Quality Controlled I
:_ J't.S: ,,$J N A.S; 6. The Allen Chapel organist and It's the world's new- and shipping

choir members led by Louise Brox- .. 'est,...encyclopedia.... LhPkg $1.00
ben Mm"ARentt9l ton will be in charge. ;'t ..< MBURGER E 3 t

Visits MariannaAfter an extended visit with in- with purchase of this new 1956

laws, Prof and A. O. Jenkins and 21-inch Philco Swivel Console with
wife. McCoy White has returnedto U. S. NO. 1 WHITE

White Marianna.will join Maurice her husband Jenkins for j Top Touch Tuning I

the weekend to visit with her
[mother-in-law and other friends. .
N She is the teacher of sixth gradeat Just a touch on top of the
RJE. M. White is a senior at ; set turns it on, changes I I
Florida A & :M, with a major in l stations automatically or
agriculture. According to princi- turns it off. Mahogany t
pal Thompkins, a study is being r Veneer Swivel Console t
made that will make it possible to I turns for easy viewing. i
add Agriculture to our curriculumnext Acoustic Lens for soundin
2- 10 LBS.25C
Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? year. We wish for McCoy full dimension.

successful completion of his ,..-------____., I

Foolish question! Who but the smirkinggent course. ==----- I Remote Control !Im

in the middle? He feels like he prac- YOU'LL LOVE-the new Ester- : I Only $10 SUPERBRAND Vanilla

tically stole a choice piece of merchandise. brook purse-size fountain pens inpa'.tel I Even from across the I II II ,

Actually he merely bought at an average- ford County shades.Telegraph.Only $2.58 at Brad- I I room changes, just stations.a touch I II j Gal
for-us price. Come in soon and we'll help L..1 !

you deflate the inflated buck.KOCH'S FILL DIRTGOOD J.OO ,
PHItCO 4UO A week

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and file the original In the office of Certain of these bonds are subject
Florida Road Agency Proud Fisherman State Forest Service the Clerk of the Circuit Court on' to redemption prior to maturity the I
Local Phone Unit I
or before the 26 day of September details of which may be securedrom BEAUTIFUL HEALTHY
I To Remedy Purchases Pine ConesThe 1955: otherwise the allegations 'of',; the Official Statement
Requested said Complaint will be taken as Bidders are requested to name PARRAKEETSBaby
Gets Lawtey SiteA confessed by you. 'the coupon rate or rates not exceed-
Ditch At PinehurstThe Bradford High FFA Chap- This notice shall be published ing four per cent (4%), and bids birds easily trained, full of lore
ter in Starke and Saxon's service once each week for five consecu- must be submitted on a form to be
tive weeks in the Bradford County .' furnished by the City, such bid to affection. Make wonderful
100 by 50 foot site for a Starke City Council agreedto station in Hampton will serve as Telegraph. 'I. be accompanied by a certified or and pets.

telephone building in Lawtey has ask the Florida Road Depart- collection stations for pine cones Dated this 16 day of August. 1935. ':'I cashier's check in the amount of All In full plumage in all colors Bluesin

been acquired by H. A. Bishop Jr. drainage ditch (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby''$14,320.00. all shades. Yellows, and
ment to replace a purchased by the Florida Forest Clerk of the Circuit Court Complete financial information, greens

of the Starke Telephone Co. with a pipe in Pinehurst' subdi e Service. ,By Yvonne H. Norman Dep Clerk instructions to bidders, basis of white Also yellow-faced blues. All
The City of Lawtey deeded the 8,26 5t 9.23: award to successful bidder bid
vision. ;M wt The Forest Service will pay 90 '' raised and acclimated to our Florida
form copies of the Official
property to Bishop for $300 upon The action was taken at the request cents to $1 a bushel for ripe and NOTICE OF SALE 'I and other pertinent materialmay climate. Hundreds to choose from.

finding the property would not be of a four-man delegation .unopened slash pine cones, depending 716000. be obtained from the under-
signed Clerk from
ITT OF STARKE. FLORIDA or Pierce Garrison -
used for civic use. headed by Jimmy Cole, who said on the quantity for sale. tTILlTRE'E n' AND KEFfDI.G I \Vulbern Financial Advisory OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND

Other recent real estate trans- the ditch was dangerous and un 'I' Harvesting should begin September : BONDS Service, Inc., P. O. Box 1557 Jack-
Sealed bids will be received by sonville I, Florida, fiscal agent for
actions along with indicated prices sightly.In l 5 and end September 23. The the City Council of the City of the City. BILLY ROSE PARRAKEET FARMOn

include; another action, the Council cones will be of peak quality dur- Starke Florida up to and including I The right to reject any and all
1:00: P.M.. E.S.T., Wednesday, September bids is reserved.
:Mr. and :Mrs. George Patten, authorized Clerk Carl Johns to ing this period. 14, 1955. for the purchase of CARL JOHNS. Highway 21- Keystone Heights
The Forest Service needs at least 716000. Utility Revenue and Re-
residence about purchasing an asphalt
and I
some furnishings on inquire City "
funding Bonds of said City, dated 'V/rs.'tS/:1
Walnut Street, to :Mr. and Mrs. pot needed to repair 11 milesof 35,000 bushels of cones. It har- August 1, 1955 with principal and August 26, ISH:

K. :Merrill Struth for $12,500.Mr. street, which soon Kill be vests the seeds and uses them for semi-annual interest (February 1
and August 1) payable at the Trust
: and :Mrs. R. A. Green, 144 turned over for city maintenance. kavn planting in the two state nurseries Company of Georgia, Atlanta. Geor-
Johns was asked to contact the gia, or, at the option of the holder,
acres and dwelling west of Starke at the Florida Bank at Starke,
to Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Brown for Road Department with the possi- Starke. Florida. Coupon bonds VISIT CALL WRITE
bility of acquiring the equipmentat craph. numbered 35 to 730, both inclusive,
4500. Dated this 17 day of August, 1955. in the denomination of $1,000. each,
state prices. OFFICIAL, SEAL Charles maturing serially in numerical order ,
Oscar and Marian Dell, lot in ( ) A. Dan
on August 1 of each as
Clerk of the year
Circuit ('nllr'By
Sunny Acres sub-division. to Mayor J. R. Wainwright and Yvonne H. Norman Dep. Clerk follows: I INC.P. .
Robert Dell for $100. Councilman Lucian Hazen also .,r. ._. 8/26 4t 9/16 Year I
---- --- ---- mount Amount year ,
vised the Council to acquire car- I -
Mr. and Mrs. K. Merrill Struth, IL A. Bishop III, nine-year-old; I NOTICE TO APPEAR $ 6,000 19S1 $30.000 1973
1962 1974
I 11,000 31,000
loads of slag and limerock for
property with 210 feet frontage on son of the Bishop Juniors'of In Circuit Court Bradford County, 13,000 1963 32,000 1975 I 0. Box 446 GAINESVILLE
street maintenance. Florida la Chancery. --
displays 15,000 1964 23.000 1976 :
Westmoreland and 65 feet on Madi- Starke, is all smiles as he Helen Bourlett Plaintiff, vs. James 17,000 1965 34,000 1977

son, to Mr. and Mrs. William Coran the 13 pounds of bass he caught Bourlett, Defendant. 19,000 1966 36,008' 1978 ;

for $7,000. Government Spending recently during an hour and a Notice To AppearTo Case No. 10.1149 21.000 23,000 1967 1968 38,000 37,000 1979 1980 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. War- Highest In Bradford half of fishing. The youth netted : James Bourlett, whose residence 26.000 1969 39,000 1981 :I PHONE FR6.5333 COLLECT25.OO
and last address is
the ('atchUh rod and reel : : 1643 27,000 1970 41,000 1982
ren, lot in Pinehaven, to Mrs. huge Cornelia Street, Prooklyn, New York, 28,000 1971 42,000 1983
business and shiners while fishing in Blocker or is otherwise Unknown.You 29,000 1972 43,000 1984 I
Gladys S. Canova for $800. Government is the biggest
Lake in Putnam County. are hereby notified that a t 45,000 1985 I
Mildred Davis Sapp of Ocala, in Bradford County, accord- suit forDivorce

11 lots in Pinehurst, to :Mr. and ing to an economic survey by the trol of minor, care children custody and con- These bonds issue are of $750,000.part of, an to authorized be- $ '

Mrs. Douglas P. Hardy! for $900. I University of Florida College of has been filed against you In the issued for the purpose of refunding LOANS S $300.00
Business Education. Since 1952 .... above named Court and cause and certain outstanding obligations of
........... "
Bessie :M., Bhrns, 398 feet front- si..V you are required to serve a copy of the City of Starke, Florida and to
to Mr. and information is used the figuresare your answer or pleading to the com- finance the cost of the constructionof
age on Westmoreland, not up-to-date. plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney extensions and improvements to
Mrs. Oscar Crosby for $1,000. BAYLESS HIM\ Samuel W fietzen P. O. Box 81. the municipal water, sewer and
The survey shows Bradford Gainesville, Florida electric systems' of the City.
Mr. ind Mrs. John Kamhout of
residents with a gross income of
Michigan, seven acres south of $6,626,000, of which $2.444,000 By Anna Ruth Crosby I
Seaboard railway, to Anna A. Ma-
comes from various city, state and
jor of Chicago for 1500. uuuu
national governments.The '
next biggest source of rev- :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newmansof 1 i N ,,. c,' :f'i! t "'.

Starke Radio Station enue is from the retail and whole- Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.: : "t 1 .
sale trades which Bradford lois Newmans last Saturday.Mrs. Y : fi
Gets New Studio HeadJack pay t. .
residents 1012000. Bobby Crosby spent the .' I' l

DuMars, California native Other sources of income are past two weeks with her motherin -t. I"

who has spent three years with manufacturing, $726,000; agri- Lake Butler. .

radio station WPCF in Panama culture, $546,000; mining and fish- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edmondsonand .. s

City, is the new manager of eries, $14.000; construction, $138- family, and Billy Newbold of T'

WDVH's Starke studios. 000; transportation, communication Miami were recent guests of the ,
and utilities, 345.000, ; finance R. R. Crosbys. i :
DuMars and his wife, Geraldine, .
real estate and insurance, I Rev. Martin preached his last ... \
formerly of Greenwood are purchasing %
$98,000; service trades, $729,000; sermon at Bayless Hiway Church
home in Saratoga
income $426,000 mis- Sunday night. He leaves this <
property ; gi
Heights. Mrs.DuMars, who taught .
cellaneous, $112,000.Starke's weekend for Graceville where he ;
school in Panama City, will hole It,
will attend Bible School. Rev. .. I
a similar position in Bradford '.
Malcolm Gailbraith of St. Augus- ; \:: "
High. Power Plant a ,
tine will be pastor of the church .: x, ....
As station manager DuMars Acquires New VehicleThe during the coming year. ,

\ replaces Dennis Prevatt. Last Sunday Mrs. R. R. Crosby 'a: 4

DuMars said the programing of Starke power plant trustees entertained for her husband and

the Starke studio has been entire- purchased a new Dodge truck recently her daughter, Glenda Shandley of

ly divorced from operation of the for use of the city utility Bradenton, at a birthday dinner. !

Gainesville studio. He explainedthat department Church services, ,Sunday School !! {

the Starke studio actually is The pickup was purchased from BTU, and Prayer Meeting at same

"buying time" by paying for use Hardy Brothers Motor Co., which time as usual. Remember Young ... .
of the Gainesville' broadcasting submitted the low bid of $1,203. People's Meeting every Saturday J(.r, .' .,

facilities. Other bidders were Andrews MotorCo. night at 8 o'clock.ONEFORALL ..''(.:..,.: ".. ,

"We're operating as a completeunit with $1,216 and Torode Chevrolet : l i
t' _,. .t.. ... .
now," said DuMars, "and we with 1275. ': '. p. ;:

expect to embark on an effort to The prices quoted included tradein Ball Point Pen 'J.-. ", '_..' '\'it.'.. .' ....,.........:...".\.:.::,"".-.", t -.., .'. .., ,. .c t

promote interest in Bradford Coun- of the city's present 1948 Chev- Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Brad- :', C.- :. _. .' :-

ty." rolet truck. ford County Telegraph. .' : t


i'i'I !. The Clrrait Court Of Florida .
Eighth: Judicial Circuit, la And .
I Only Two For Sale I Ii For Bradford County, I 't' ',.ft "
In t'hanrrryFrancisco I qy
Mancllla: Plaintiff vs.
Maria O. Mancilla, Defendant. .

Maria Mancilla whose last : .
To: O. { II
ONE .- 2 BED ROOM known address was that of Malaga,
I Spain, or otherwse whose last known
residence and mailing address being -
$350.00 Down Payment unknown.You .
are hereby notified that
there has been filed by Francisco .
PLUS CLOSING COST I Mancilla, plaintiff in the above I y:5: +
II i styled court a Bill of Complaint I L3 .4 ..
again you and therelief prayedfor .rte
I therein is a divorce, A VI\-
ONE -- 3 BED ROOM CULO [ATRl [OXII. from you Maria ..i,
I O. Mancilla, the defendant in \
this cause.
$400.00 Down Payment This is therefore to command you $
I to file your written defense in said I
cause on or before 26th, September, \
PLUS CLOSING COST j 1955 filing the original in my office I &
and sending a copy thereof to Samuel .
"". .:. fv
Oetzen. plaintiff's attorney.Post
Buy Now! Buy Now Office Box 81, Gainesville :.v,,, I
Florida. Upon failure to comply', ;
with this Order a Decree Pro Con- i I '
fesso will be entered against II : .... "
you I ,,. "
New Government Regulations Will Require Larger I l ., : :: .
according to law and this case will .:.
then continue in process Ex Parte. .v. ,
DOWN PAYMENT: This notice shall be published in '/*. i"< WJi. .. I
the Ifradford County Telegraph, .. : .
a \>, ,
newspaper published in Bradford .. "* ,.... ... f ..... ,
County Starke. Florida for the I > .!Ji. .%
For Rent _-- next five consecutive weeks.
Given under my hand and Seal of
this Court this 19 day of August -
Qne -. 2 Bed Room Home One 3Bed Room Home A.D. 1955.OFFICIAL.
( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
1:'y Yvonne H. Xorman. D. C.

Contact S/26 5t 9/23


la Circuit Court Bradford County ,
Fl..rl.la I. Chancerr. *.
Phone 2S6
or 462
Marion O Ford. Plaintiff vs. Char-

.,_._ _J_ _,_ __._,_ __._ __ _,_ ____.... lotte Y. yard, Defendant.Case Xo. 10-1152. ';:10

Notice T. ."' !lurr I
u To: Charlotte Y. Ford, whose 1
residence and address is: Princess

APPROVED ENGINEERED Anne suit You, for Maryland ale divorce hereby notified that a R h. Note 7e i
has been filed against you In the eS n
above named Court and cause and ( g

FACTORY FACTORY you your are answer required or pleading to serve a copy to the of Write it down! Coke always licks .

t-mnlalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney ,
William D. Morgan, 507 Clark .-.
SERVICE PARTS Law Building,, Jacksonville, Fla. when for delicious ana ice-cold
a isjin
I and file the original in the office I pause something : .
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the : ,
26 day of September, 1955; I g order Its bit of .
{{ Reconditioning
Washing, Painting, Repairing, Otherwise the allegations of said quick energy brings you
Complaint will be taken as confessed '
Wrecker Service by you. : i

This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce w," back so refreshed-and with as few calories as hall ."fan '

Dated this: 17 day of August, 1955.
TESTING AND STARTER (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby average, juicy grapefruit. Have a Coke-won't you?
I Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,
BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR By Yvonne H. Xorman. Dep. Clerk 1f


REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICALBODY I In Circuit Court. Bradford Cour 17, .
Florida C aneiT-
WORK SERVICE SERVICE I Charles G. Sprague. Plaintiff, >s.I .
I Patricia J. Sprague, Defendant!
Case Xo. 10-1151 1 1 i

Complete Lubrication Service notice To: Patricia To Appear J. Sprague, whoseeresidence I / !

and address is: (/0 Ex I f i I
SSO, Sackets Harbor, Xew York. II t.
are hereby notified that a
lult for : R S. Coca-Cola is by far the most i
Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks

<. above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the i asked-for soft drink in the world. .":l' !

We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs you are required to serve a copy of
'I !
your answer or pleading to the I -I-----D/- '. T1
complaint on the Plaintiff I : <

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. Attorney Smith Building J. Donald, Jacksonville Gibson, Fla.100 'I'I'n. -. I

and file the original in the office of I .. II
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I IOTTIED UNDCI AUTHOIITT ,
600 Temple Ave. Phone 69 or before the ,+ iSTARKE
? .
XffSS i| 26 day of September, 1955; I I
S day of September 1J55:
otherwise the
allegations of salt :
YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER Complaint will he taken as confessid :1 Q WSS. ME COCA-COtA COMPANY .
This you notice : is a rejltfered: trod -msA.
shall b published ;
.. i once each week for four coniecntiv: ,
- weeks In the Bradford County Tele-I


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E.LIX.1DE.&j ,
Sott To Appear You h .1 I llB
are raby notified
Safety Ethel Lee Nelson a/k/a Ethel lull for 1 toar. Bradford Coa.t. Geiger. Evelyn Hoggins Mrs. Bernice

Lee Kelvin, whose residence and Divorce I Mary Florida CI.em Goodman Seeber D. SfcCarthv Mrs. Dorothj r Powell, Ned Smith Foster Shi Tomlinson, Sirs An

fang address Is: c/o Ohio State Prison baa been filed against you In the Francis Taylor S. Glynn Plaintff. vs. Goodman Mrs. Elouise 1 Mrs. Carrie McRae, Barney E, Jr. Peek S. L, Jr. Sirs. Mary nieToomey
for Women, )Iarevie. Ohio. above named Court and cause and Godden, Joseph Ingram. McMains, BertMcMains Peek Myra D. Annie Ma> n > I.

suit You forDlvcrce are notfied that a you are required to sere a copy of Order Of Public-alien Cae And No.Notice 10-1148 To Goodman. Mable Ingram- Hugh P.. Jr. Mr.laurice Wm G. Smith, Ju.lia Tyson Tomlinson. Leroy
Big Gill Silcox. Patsy Robert Thomas, Mrs. A. J.,
s your answer or pleading to the complaint Appear State Of W. T. Ingram B Sr. ( )
Care Custody and Con- ; Florid Tot Hug Starling, K. E. Jr.Timmons.
on the Plaintiffs Attorney Francis S. Glynn, whose Grider. Mrs H. Inglew V.Inglewrlght [ R Powell Mary
trol minor children Simpson, Mrs. Rebee- Robert
H. E. Nichols. 309 Guaranty Life address is Unknown. Griffis, Wilbur K. Mrs. C. Y. McDonald. W. ,
has been filed against you In the Building : Green Wiley E. E. eaSpe1ce Tuumons Lena Mae
Fla. James
You ,
are L
above named Court and causa and and file the required to appear on Green Katie S. John Torode, John ATorode. .
All Year original in lbs office of Sept. 19, 1955 In the Johns Carl AV
RoundSafety you are required to serve a copy of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Court and cause wherein above named Goodman Johnnie O. Calvin .IcAley., Opal Pellum, Mr. F. J. Smith, EoUn W.Smit Mrs Sarah
plaintiff JohnS
your answer or pleading to the before the 19 day of September 1955; seeks divorce. Grant Estella Johns Charley E. McAley Dolores S. Pooser J. W. W. H. Tetslone, Zenas
complaint on the Plaintiffs Patel Van D. Alice Telstone, Mildred E.
otherwise the allegations of said Leila Johns. Thelma Erin- McGee, George
Attorney Alfred C. Scott 106 Smith Bradlora01nty .telegraph shall Stefanelli, Henry Thomas, Agnes A.
Complaint will be taken confessed publish this Order In Green, Rose sonJohns. McRae. Russell S. Powell George
i a year-round prob- Building, Jacksonville, Florida by you. a weekly Issues. next tour Green. Haskell ., Thelma Red- McMillan Merri Comer P. Stefanelli, Mr" Henry Thomas. Victoria
and file the original In the officeof This notice shall be published Gibson, H. Parker. C. Starling, Volley 1 Thomas. L.1ie N.
jm, although the ob- hand Lwrence grave CharleS
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Witnes seal .lcKlnney. Starling, Tilley. W. E
E. Pressley
once each week for four consecutive at Gibson, Johns J. J. Sirs A. Mar1
,;red Farm Safety Week did or before the week in the Bradford County 1955.Starke. Florida this August 16, Ghent. Nelson Jones. Emma Stclntyre. J. T., Sirs. Phillips, Ernest T. Spence J. Tilley, Mrs, Marie
26 day of September 1955; Ghent Rosa Lee Mrs. J. A. G. L. Stone Edna Thomas, IreneThomas
id Charles IL SIcKelvev
on July 30. Telegraph OFFICIAL SEAL) Jenkins Paten
otherwise the anegaton. of said 16 day of August 1955. As Charle Darby Godwin. William Jenkins Chas. A. SIcRae. B. E.SIcRae. Paten, Mary C. Starling. Joe S Leroy
With in mind will as confessed said Court A Smith, Shi Thomas, Marie
this practically Complaint (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby By Marian Crosby. Deputy Clerk Godwin. BeatriceGill. Johns, Mrs. Ruby B. Sirs. Ethel John K

J groups even allied by yjou. Clerk of the Circuit Court Hon. Chas 1. Hess 204-05 Mrs. Prescott Johns, S. R., Jr. SleCall. Selma Patray, Ernie D. Stone. R 1. Taylor, Frances M.
remotely Guaranty Klizie
shall be published Taylor, SL
This notce By Marian Crosby, Deputy Clerk Griffis James Johns Allen Mcintosh. TUlman R. Peterson. James A.Pickett Struth
'dth agriculture are aiming safe- for four consecutive 1 Life Building Jacksonville Fla. E M W.I Taylor, Albert r.
once 4t 9/9 I(Attys. for Plf. Green, Mrs. Y. Judd, MillardJenkins McIntyre, J. A. C
y tips toilers in the fields. And weeks in the Bradford County Tele S/1 8/1 4t 9/9 Grider, Kenneth C. Mrs. Winnie McIntosh, J. W. Pick ett, C. AV. Struth, KatStrulh. Turner, Janet A
t AV D.
graph. Gill. John Stclntosh Alice I Parker, William W.
Bradford County has a healthy Dated this 2J day of August, 1S55. LIST OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL Gatn. Lester Y Jenkins.Alice Sara F. SteRns, Sirs Donald ;( Priest, Mrs. Nona Stewart, James F.St Thomas Mrs. Eliza

nterest in agriculture and farm (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles AJ Darby ELECTION OF THE CITY OF Mary Johns Sirs. Fronnie SIcKinnev, A E, Jr. Prevail, E. T. John Vincent S. bethThomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court STARKE, FLORIDA, TO BE Green Edwin P. Johns Sirs. Lois StcRae. Donald F. Prevail, Sirs_ Margaret John Mildred H.Strickland. Herbert

rs. By Yvonne H. Norman. Dep. Clerk : HELD ON THE 13th DAY OF SEPTEMBER A. D. 1955: Gay, J. O. Johns, Mrs. Dorothy McGnff G J, Palmes, J. W. Simmons. Rose Thomas. Mrs Peggy

Supporting the farm safety 8/6 4'/1 Gay Mrs. Muriel R.Johns.. SIcGriff, Green. Jr. Pooser, Mrs. J. W. Smith W. Sirs S. Ruth ILThomas
Sirs Hazel
Irive the Florida Agricultural Circuit-Court Of Florida Anthony Harry Colon C. W. fowling, Marjorie Graham Rosa Lee Sirs. Slamta [(Grif. Lee H Peibam, Sfalissa Smith S. L. L.Thomas. ,
i IB The U C. Sr. Phillips May
: Gahagan. Mattie p. Johns. Mrs. W. S. McA'ay.
IB Anthony, Mrs. Harry Colson, Mrs. Ada Dell Bertha Lee I' Sullivan, Slabel W. O.
Judicial { C. SLParlm
Eighth Lorenzo H. H. Phillips,
Extension Service. Here are some 'IrfUI. -Re Andrews, Guy Powers Green, D. (Havana) SIcCondichie, Sullivan
For Bradford ( ,, Dowlng. Dorothy Green Mae Dees Johns. Willie Mae Charles S. Dorothy LSamra Thornton. MrThel
Akridge Proward E. Coreley
tips it offered: Carlile, Ruth SamShepherd B.Thornton. .
Chancery S. ma
la Partin,
Green Inman D. Jackson, W. T. ( E J. Melb
Guarneri Plaintiff, vs. Joseph Akridge Mary J. Colson Mrs. Bessie Drew James tnljh. Patel, I. P. Elmer
MACHINERY Don't Mary Mr. E. I
: repair or Green, Melba Jackson, Margaret O. Sirs.
Janie H.
Avery r
Carter W. M. .lcKnlght. Shepherd. Sirs. I. P. MarzilGa
Guarneri. Defendant, Dyal, O. A. Mrs. Deborah V.McVay. Phillips Juanita Thornton,
Johnson .
adjust while it opereatng. DIVORCE Andrews. Elizabeth Cressler. Hazel Dyer S. Shaller, Elizabeth F
Devoe Turnier,
machier i Pearson, Eugene
Gay Mrs. Pauline Johnson George W. C., Jr. :
PCBUCATIOX AND Alvarez L. B. Cook, Howard Devoe. Mrs. S. L I Shaller. Robbie Pessie Riley
ORDER OF Preston Joe Taylor
Don't hop off moving equipment HazelGrew Johnson, Mary E. SIcRae. Mae 1
> TO APPE.RTo Alvarez, Thelma P. Crosby, Marian L Devrick, Denver R. John A', Ill Schmitt. Cynthia Taylor, Aaron Kirk
OTc John B. Judd Freda X.Joyner. McGee, Joseph H. L
or give "joy" rides to : whose last Austin, L. IL Cook W. I Devrick Chessie M. Raymond E.SIcLeod Pope, Clarabelle Smith, Lewis Tomlinson U F
Janie P. SlacBlaln.
Use all the safetysield known address was that of 2231 Anders, Carl Crosby Robert Green. Mr. S E. Pope D. Searing. Earl I; Todd, A'irgleThigpen
Dell Griffis, Mildred Joyner M. Brady Henr
youngters. Arnold. Maryon B. Cameron, Barbara Jewel Smith Dennis .
H. L.Tillman
Texas John
South Ewing Street Dalas. Roosevelt Jr. Maude Prevatt, .
Dell Gassett, Clyde Jaudon McLeod, Annie
devices and in- Ackerman. Ann M. Annette Simpson, Laura .
residence E. C RTlllman.
or otherwise whose Charles Prevail, Mrs. J. T. ,
gar Garrett, H. L. Jaudon Mrs. J. F. McCormick,
by the manu- and mailing address being Ackerman. Fred Crosby, Albert L. Jr. Douglas Mrs. IL C Goodge, Myra Jordan, Eston McGee, George Pickering, L. Sullivan.L onnle D. Agnes Mae
Alvarez, James StudstiH
unknown. L Crosby Violet W. Dinkins John Green Herbert A. Jordon Grace SIcDougald Alice Pickering, Mrs. W. J.Studstill. Thomas, AVesley
facturer. You are hereby notified that there Alvarez. Arthur Conner Herman Dustin. Ernest W. Mm. VV. J. Todd Lawrence
L Hazel Fields Johnson Sirs. G. H. McGee MarieManning Peal
FARM ANIMALS: Never trust has been filed by Mary Guarneri Albright Sol Christmas A Dustin, Mrs. BerthaM. Green, Mrs. Ida Johnson, George IL Peck 'a R. Smith Sirs. Shi Thornton, AV Ellis
plaintiff In the above styled court Anderson, Lyle Christmas. Edna Pearson Lillian Sheppard, Sirs Kate Thornton. Natalie SI.
Rev. SamuelJ. Johns. Charley J. Delia
Grady C
a bull; use safety pens for hadIng a Bill of Complaint against you and Albright, Alberta Carrot A. II. Dell Oscar Johnson A. R. Sliddlfton, AV E.Stiddleton. Perkins Clara Spence SIr.. Bert Thigpen. Wallace

dangerous or potentially the relief prayed for therein Is a Avery, Louise ). E. F. Dommon, Hester Grady Mrs. Ada F.Groover Johnson, E. NoliaMitchell Patray, Mrs. Minnie Spence, Bert Thornton. O E

stock. Leave avenuesof divorce. A VISCU :ATRUIONI. Anderson. John D.L. Conner DorothyConner Dommon, JameS James E. Johnson Phlil Sirs Lucille LuPrince Spence Myrtle ffliornton, Georgia
dangerous Alvarez Dorothy L L Pcartre, R.
from you Eula Mae Duncan. Groover, June P. Jackson, Slathews Mrs. Ida James AV. K. -Lee
quick exit when working in fendant In this case. Armstrong, Hubert Colson Thomas F. Duncai. Daisey Goldwire, Gilbert N. Johnson, Donnie Viddleton. Made Phillips, Hazel Stern. Lulaf Todd. J. AV

close, quarters: carry defense This is therefore to command you ILAndrews Colson, Catherine C. fleas John H., Jr. Gold wire, Gladys M. Jackson, Lilly Slundy. W.B, Jr. Parrish Ezekiel L Smith Todd LeatyUnderbill
to file your written defense in said G. AV. 'rews, Louis Deas Mrs. Bettie Godwin Henry T. Johns, George T. Sfundy, Sirs. Parham C. A. Smith Sir. W. S.

equipment such as hand hurdles. cause on or before 26th, September Andrews Mrs. Laura Crews Bessie 1[. Duke Mrs. Leila A. Godwin Mrs. Lucile Johns Lois '". Matthews, E.via.. I Parham Iduma Simmons, H. KSimmon Slargie

Read the labels 1955. filing the original in my Altraan Kathrin Conway Lacy C. Duke Glenn P. J.Gfiger. Jackson CurtisJackson Mitchell, Lucille Phillips, Petty A. *. Sir*. Janice Vrquhart, Marvin, Jr.

CHEMICAL office and sending a copy thereinto .i Andrews, J. W., Jr. Conway, Farris It. Dunwoody. R. S. Elsie Edward P. Sirs. Hazel Perryman. Daisy M St. John. Hlda.re L'rquhart. Jonnie Sue
follow directions explicitly. Wear Samuel 'V. Getzen plaintiff's Alvarez, A. L. Casseis, Alver Dowlng. W. E1. Gassett. SI. D. Jackson. Lucille C. Morgan SI. SISlorgan. Parker '\'. S. I Underbill. Paul

nasks, protective clothing when attorney Post Office Box 81, Galnes- t. Anderson A. AV. Cressler, Merritt A. L. Louise Johns, Dorothy A" Sirs Mattie I Parrish Lewis Slade, T. IL Underbill. Melba

yule, Florida. Upon failure to comply Alderman Dora Cummings, Ole Mae Dunwoody Mrs. R. S. Graham, tlllle Johns, Janette P. Sirs. Slaude Parrish Ruby Slad. Sir*. T H. Marie

Ring toxic insecticides, fungicides, with this Order a Decree ProConfesso Adkins LisAndenon. Cox Mrs. J. Denmark Ernestine Jean ) Johnson, Ruth W. Mot Freda Reva Paul, Gary Small ClenlandSimm.n.

.tc. Avoid needless exposure toUch will be entered against Myrte Cox. J. C. Dankel Mrs. MildredDankef Johnson. Abbie AV. Martinez Joe Pierce. Walter James F. A'ining. Mrs L. D.Vining. .

you according to law and this case I! Alvarez, Carlton, J. D. H. Hoover, J. C.Hemingway. Jones Sirs. Hettle Martinez Nellie Pringle 11 F. Simmons. Stephen E L. DA'amfy .

chemicals; mount spray or will then continue in process Ex Anderson, J. L. Crosby, H. K N. S. F. G. Jackson, Margaret Moitt. Sirs Ara E. Powell .. G. Smith, Austin C. George II.

Justing equipment behind tractor, Parte. Andrews.. Mrs. Edith Conner, G. Del W. D. Hayes E. W. Jackson Lulu E. Slooty, Harry Powell Sirs. Slay F. Scot RoySulnn. Vamfy, Rose
This notice shall be published in Alvarez Hattie Cass ls, Mrs. Nancy Devln. Charles E. Hoover Etta Jones Ruby L. Stiles E. F. P01'el. John H. )(rs. II. B. Vltsky, Philip

tot at front; keep poison chemicals the Bradford County Telegraph a Andrews, Nelle Chism, Randal R. Annie Belle I Hoover, Delia Jones Robert S. Miles, Sirs E F. I'hilps, John B. Sicox George C. Vickers, J. M.Vickers. .

in safe place, away from children; newspaper published in Bradford Alvarez Erroll Chism KatherineCol.on. Daniels Lonnie L Haynes, Hope Jones Fred G. Moore Sirs Florence James \\'., Jr. Iris Doriv B.

County. Starke Florida for the next Anderson Alice Ressie A. Daniels, Lula Hayes Ruby A. Jones Naomi Manning Delia S. I'a'ne, Marion A Schaefer, Chas. J. Vaughan, Owen

watch out for materials that must five consecutive weeks Eva Colson, Clara F.Currle Dinkins. Chas. L. Hart, Edna Jones Edward Manning:, Clyde Payne, Lucille Sander G. E. A'aughan Blanche

b under certain conditions, Given under my Seal of Andrews. Wesley L C. L. Dinkins Mrs. Juanita I, Hutto, L. S.llutto Johns Charles Slundorff. R. E. Prevail. Edna S. Sander, G. R. A'ezropoulos Nick

and store this Court this 1 day of August J Andrews, Mrs. Currie, Norma J. Dupree, J. H. Mrs. S.Halle Jackson, Laura C Manning, Thelma Peterson Mamie Smith, Ida Mae AVhite. O. W. '
comply; keep antidotes in easy A.D., 1955.OFFICIAL. Alexander Mrs. Ada Carrat Mrs. Coula Dupree, Mrs. J. IL W. G. L Johnson, Phillip Moseley, Laura Perkins. Rubie Mae Spivty Charley AVhite. Ethel SLAVilliams.

access for quick use if Be (, SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Alexander Wilma James E. Davis, Edmond Maude C. Jordan, Joseph Mathews..I John rS D. Perkins. Warren E Sapp George T S.

neede. Clerk I Aspinwall, Mrs. Clement, Herman 'tV. Desue Lilly Mae Hale Albert Julia A Slersereau, Thomas Y..lathews. Phillips, Phyllis Slanfield, Johnnie Wall H. C

particularly careful explosive I I E Yvonne l Norman D. C I MargaretAlvarez Coburn. Amy B Dukes Emma Hartman, Elsie Jordan, L Clara SI. Powers, 'Washington Sanders, Marie Winkler, E. Austin

or flammable mitures.ELECICI /6 5t 9/2 Mrs. Corine Cutchen. E Dean. Elizabeth hall Shellie Jordan, (Father) .[oon.. Gladys Powers Dolores Sapp, J. S. Williams. Nat

Don't overload I Albert Coran, Sirs Douglas, Cecil L.. Hemingway, L. G. Harold F. Morris, J. H. ldel Paramenter H. F.Paranienter Sapp, ViceSewell. AVilliams, Louise

CALL FOR BIDS JulaAmprazes., Coran, Cula Douglas, Mildred C. Hemingway, Annie Jennings, Florence Sforris, Sirs. Annie Ruby L Cecil LiShepherd AVifrgins. One
wiring; check wiring for adequacyand AUDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS Ourania rs Colson. William S. Dukes E. C. Hagen Delia Johns, Carl L. Mae Page, Mrs. Grace Charles C AVilliams, A. B. I

type ground that POWER PUNT Arnold, Joseph II. Conway), Ruby Dukes Mrs. Leona Houston Harry IL Johns, Sirs. Shirley Mott, Mrs. Lula Page, Don B. Shepherd, Ruby G. Williams, Gertrude
; equipment
CITY OPSTARKE. Andrews, Mrs. K. Coleman H. A. Davis Harry K. Holland, Essie D. Anne Julia Perkins, Benjamin O. Stubbs, Nelson Wilson, Pea Weeks

might produce lethal shocks t you FLORID Adams H. H. E Covington. Dr. A. Y. Davis, Myrtle B. Hazen, Clfford. Jr. Johns Robert .raster, A. AV. Perkins Rose E Seley, William G. Warren, Sirs. N.

Cov ington, Mary C. Downey, Paul S. Johns Sirs. Seley, Lois T. Annie
or livestock don't build CONCRETE SLABS. TRENCHES Adams, Mrs. NormaAndrews. Harding Eunice Martin Golda A.
try to
AMI KQUPME FOUNDATIONSSealed I J.I Cummings Charles Dempsey A. T. Hughes Emma Johns, C. B. Slartin, A. D. Quigley J. T. Swift, Robert A. Warren, SI. T.

technical electric equipment at proposals will'be received Elizabeth Chambers, L. B. Desue, Eula I Holliday, Sara Hope Johns Mrs. Zeilda P. Slundroff, Lucille L.Slixon. Quigley, Sirs. SlinnieAAr. Swift, Slersay A. Warren, Albert M.

but buy from by the City City of Starke I I Allen Chambers, Mrs. L. B. Desue James Ha nesHarrington J. H. Struth Louelle T. Warren Rucbie
reputable '
hoe i Florida, Council P.SI. (Eastern Ira. A. Christiansen, John Desue Robert Mary Knight. C. A. Sfixon, Jean D. Quick. C. H., Jr. Simpson Geo. B. Wiley, Jack'tVimberly

concerns. Don't use old worn Standard Time) on Sept. 9. 1955. for Alvarez Alvare. Annie Lee Christiansen. Edith Davis. Alma Gladys Knight, Mrs. N. LiKnightCiara Melson. Mrs. Reba Quick. C. H. Sheppard, Dorothy J. AV. SLvtrnherlv.

out electrical equipment, but have I' construction of concrete slabs, I Addison Storey Cole Alice E. Dell Marion Hunter. E. D. Mae Morgan, Harmon P. Quick, Mrs. C. II.Rilch Sheppard Miles H. \ Katie Bell

I trenches and equipment foundations Addison, Theressa Cole, J. L.Crawford Mole Hagan. John L. Keene Nelma .(organ. Annie Laurie Sulvan. James A. Wiley. Lottie

it rebuilt or repaired to normal I for the power plant for the' Allen Rebecca F. M. Hutchings. Mrs. Annie Kidd, R. G. Stitchell. Willie EdMoodY. J. H. Mrs. Linnie SVlfgins, Laura Lea

safety standards. City of Starke, Florida Andrews J. W. Sr. Crawford, Petty Edwards Wm. LiHerlong Kidd Eunice E. Kathleen Bitch, Herbert C. Marie AVau. Martha D.
I AH material furnished Alvarez Arthur Bobby Copeland, C. Y. Edwards Sirs Del Dr. M. B. Kinraid. Sirs. Jeannette Moody, Luther Ritch. Isabelle Sulh'an. Leo T. Williams, Sirs. GladysG.

HOME AND GROUNDS: Be and all work performed shall Anderson, I. V. Carpenter D. "-. Epperson \V. J. Houston. Mrs. Hilda D. Mathis, J. S. Register Freeman Louise M. .

sure porch and stair rails are be in accordance with the specifications Anderson Pearl M. Carpenter Marjorie V. Epperson Dorothy Harding. Mrs. T. B Keene Mrs. LeonaKiingsworth. Milton, SolomonSlundorff. Sr.Rtch Simpson David SL Ii. Ward Mrs. Carrie

i and contract documents pertaining Andrews, J. Levon Clark, I. E. Edwards J. M. Hammett MoseHolzendorf. Mrs. J. E. Evelyn Smith. X AVeldon. Sirs Mary
steady; provide exits off second thereto which may be examined Andrews Shirley N. Clark Mrs. I. E. Edwards, Lucille Ethel Sloorer, Jacqueline Alice Smith Iva SL Gladys

floors i case of fire; select nonskid at the office of the City Alvarez Barbara Crosby. A. L English, R. A. Ben Kopelousos, George Malone Helen SI. Bitch Mrs. Carrie Siemer, Jack F. Williams, Fred

Clerk. Starke. Florida and at the Alvarez, R. H. E Crosby English, Leona G. Hartman Loyree Kirkland, J. T. Jr. Malone, Curtis J. Richard Harnelt Siemer, Mr. Marie AVilliams. Mrs. Mary

floor coverings; make sure i I offices of Reynolds Smith and Hills, Allen, Lillian V. Conner L. L. Edwards Merrill Hartman Eddy Kite Louise IL Slitchell. ZellieMuhlhofer Redgrave, Slinnie SI.Spence. Smith

"ome electric equipment (pull Archiectl and Engineers 227 Park Abell, James W. Conner, Mrs. Carrie Edwards, Mrs. Merrill Hazen, Mrs. Clara Kite J. R. Walter SI.Sluhlhofer Redgrave, Lula Barney A \Vainwright, James R.
{ Florida. DrawIngs Abell. Louise D. Crowson, Mrs. Edwards Mrs. Carrie HOlingsworth. F. C. Kelly, Warren Mildred A. (Torode) Smith, L. S. Winkler, Mrs. E. A.
:hains. switches) I3 nonmetallicr and specifications may be purchased Andrews, Susie C. \delaldeCrowlon. Edwards, Elaine Mrs. Kelly, Regina Manning. Marion Rowe, Clyde Smith, Alice Warren, Mrs. S. N.

> i repair; remove driving haz- from the above mentioned Alvarez Raif V. Claude Ennis. GaryEdwards' Annie P. Kirkland, R. N. Sloody Eldred L. Rowe, J. B Smith, Jack R. Williams, Amos
Smith, Mrs. Eva
from Architects and Engineers for the Alvarez Mrs. RubyL. Coley. Carr C. Mrs. B. E. I Hazen M. F. Kersey LibronKaufman Moody Catherine J. Bitch, Williams, Joe
U farm* roads; provide of Jr. Mrs. Neva SL James John RubyRobinson KatheleneSoto William, Sallie
sum 3.50 per set. Specificationsat Chamber L B Ennis. Hastings Moore James T. Hitch Mrs.
:lear-view exit from farm to main S2.00 per copy and partial sets of Sara'E Eberle. Mrs. Russel Hough l L ren Moore, Mrs. Martha Blanch WIn Sirs. 1. Wade, C. T
Alvarez. James I* Colley, D. Sirs Soto, SL Wade Sirs. C. TAVainw .
highway. Check stairs for plans at Fifty Cents .50) per Del Eberle, $ Haines Kaufman. Alice R. Wynn
steep sheet to cover the (of printing Albrecht Mrs. Anna Copeland MrS Ellington, Leon A. Howard, V. E.Hazen Slurrhee Wm. T. H. SI. Sink RudolphSink right. Katie

ness, ital landings if may be purchased. General Anderson. Clifford 1 MidredColeman. Ellington Mrs. Selma L. O. Kersey Oswood Morgan, Frnce J. Rchard. Paul DoraSchaefer Myrtle Williams, Edwin

treads Contractor who submit bona tide Mack Edwards, J. M., Jr. Hazen, Mrs. Frankie Knight Hollis A' Mauler, E. Raymond. EthelRosenberg. Sink Wynn. J. 0.'tVilliamson .
; put sturdy handrail retur the documents in I I! Bishop, H. A.Lirownlee Clntty, Ira Lene C. Ellis, Mrs. Stable M.Harris.. Kerrigan, JosePh'Klingsworth Moore, Queen Esther Sam Carl AV. I. L.

along enclosed stairs, two, good wilt be refunded the :1 Etta )., James Edwards, E. A. William Mrs. Mae Rosenberg, Fannie Schaefer. Jennie E. Wood, Florence
along stairs. Install above cost for al many as two (2) P.easley, Gertrude Chit Dolly 1 Edwards. Mrs. Howard Mrs. V. E. Doris 1[. Rosenberg. Delia Albert Williams, Ethel J.
pull complete sets plans and specmcatos -!I Burns F/essie Clark, Kenneth D, Howard. Joe A. Kelly, Gus 1tartn, Henry C. Rowland. B. B. Surrency, A. E. Williams Dewey D.
1 BancheEdwards.
,dow if attic stairs are too i returned withlng 10 days Barefoot, P. M. ., James H. F. Howard Peulan Kerr, E. W. Slathews Sirs. Leona Rowland, Kiney Stallmgs, T. C. Warren. John I,

steep.In are received.A I, Barefoot, ReacyBurney. Chit Mr*. James H.fhasteen. Edwards, Mrs. Violet Harris W. G. Kelly Charles J.Knigh. Mathews, Carl (Mrs. B. B.) Slallings, Esther T. Wells, SI. C
Suggs Norman
I bid bond properly executed by', George W. J. RChitty. Ea>es, Jack Andrews Henry A. H. Chas. Bruce Robinson Alvin Webb, O OAVard .
the kitchen the bidder and by Surety :| Dessent, W A.. Jr. S. E Suggs, Leila Mae AV. R
provide properly a qtillfied 1 Randal F. J. Hatsten. \ Marco, Seymour R. Register, Freeman, Scott
'I or a certified or cashier's check Bonham, Mrs W. A. Collier AO.. Edwards, Gladys C. Hayes W. Kirkland. Sirs. Nettle Slitchell. Ruthie Mae Jr.Roberls. Williams, C C

wired electric fixtures and appliances on any National Bank in a sum not I I I' Brown Mrs. Florence (.'ollin, Mrs. Clydie Epps, Billy G. Holton, J. G. RuthKronenberger Moore, Nelson Roy Smith 1 F.. AVasdin, R S.

; have a step stool with nonskid less than five (5%) percent of the B. )', F. Edwards G. C. Holland, Eleanore AVm.Kronenberger. Moore Sirs. Doris Rhoden AV. C.. Smith Juanita AVasdin, Sirs, R SAVlnkler .
amount bid, made payable to the I I Bessent Mrs Mary Colt .Martha, Edwards: Elva Lee Hutto. Garnita Sirs. Virginia Robbins Irvin Shaw F. J. Warren AVAVilliams .
treads and I I Mrs.
rubber non-skid Kurney. Mrs. Gladys Shaw Ida Mae Francis SL
City of Starke Florida Gladys U. Clarence F. ,
must accompany Carlton, Mrs. J. D. Edwards Hough Mrs. Alma Wilma Mercer Nick Rhoden.
on the each bid as a I Burney, ) U. W. Edwards, D. Hazen Elsie J. Roberls. Leola F. Sasser J. A. AVilliams, Jeanete
cups legs; wipe up spilled guaranteethat Crews, Lester T. Corer Knight, Pauline Meroer. Mrs. Annie Sewell, Dean B.
the Bidder will not withdraw Battle lajel Cruce. Leonard IL Edgar. Mrs. Janet Henry Mrs. A IL George Mae Rosier, Mrs. N. B., Jr. AVillams. Willard
'iquids immediately; keep pot han- from the competition after openingthe | Barksdalt G.Varksdale. Cruce, Mrs.. Coy Edgar. James Hutto, O. P. Kaufmann Kaufmann. Elma- C.E } R. E Rosier, N. B., Jr. Suslow Swindell Ken Webb, Sirs Aneda '

lies turned to back of stove bids, and in the event the contract I Mrs. Cohen Cora Edwards, Carolyn E Hobbs J. C. Kenis, Sam G. racBalnl.. Mae P. Register Sirs, Freeman Smith Nellie X. E vAVells. Edna H.

take i I is awarded to the Bidder, he Virgie Colsen, "'. T. Edwards, Robert Hobbs Gladys : Key. Frederick D. Slanning. Ford D. Jr. Smith Lewis Williams, Henry
cooking; care with steam \vill within ten (10) days Bryan, Mrs. Jula Mrs. Judy Charles Sirs. Carlyle Bernie S. Williams, Stadie
thereater.enter Colsen, Mrs. W T. Edwards Hardy, Key, Norma Manning, Hester O. Bitch,
L Stansbury. O. E.
oressure equipment; supply pot-I into contract and I Brown Conway, Thelma Eberle, Hazel M. Hardy, Juanlta SLHolliday. Kelly InezKirkland. Slorrison, Row. Sirs. Oa Mae Stansbury Williams, Lottie
required bond, falling which he Beaver. Jerry Arthur IL HenrY Rushing Mary A AVells John Henry
( Earnest .
for Chassereau J. A. Morrison, : Henr L 1 Sweat Riley
holder handling steaming shall forfeit deposit as liquidated I ituford. R. C. Collins, William 0., Futch, C. A.Fernandez Harton. O. E.Haisten KirKland, Willie Mae J. Randolph A. R Sanders. Horace Jr.AVarren.
dishes or utensils. |I[damages. The Bid Bond and Performance I Buford, Mrs. Irma Jr. Eva Gertrude Perry Mot. Sirs. FredaMontlomery. Rushing L. L. SlarvelAVarreh.
Kite. Sauls.
Jasper P.
Bond are required to be B'urney, Ida Mae Futch, Verdie S. Hardy, J. E. John ot David Redding, Lovin Dock

'. Te pointers are just a few of i I I''I. secured from an agency of the surety Bridges Mrs. Llllie Carlwel., Leola. Fernandez Isabelle Hardy. Jo. Ella Kelly Kirkland J. R. U.Iier.. Redding, Jewel E. Scholl aler., C.Mrs.L. J. A AVhite, Olin AV. Jr.

many which should be observed or insurance company which Beaver SusieBrownlee Clark. Jin1Coltman. Flynn, George D. Hudson, M. F., Sr. Kelly Maye Walter, Roberts. Margaret ) Wise, Thelma P.
in home i agency shall have an established J. W. Sally Flynn Florence Hudson, Sirs. SL F., Sr. Ale Charlotte Roberts, Joseph SI. bhol. Ir. C. L. AVise, S. CAVarren .

safety. I[Place of business in the City of Brownlee, June Baker Cooper, Chas. R.Tonner. Fl>'nn, George B., Jr. I Howe C. R. Kelly, Montgomery 1.F..lontieth Ross DorothyRouse. Savage,, Mrs.. W.C. SI. DAVarren. .
W. .
Safety directors point out one Starke and be duly licensed to con- Barden. Johnnie W. J. Lucian Frankln. John P. Howe C H,. Jr. Long, T. T. D. A. Joe S'mmons. Ester Mrs SI. D.Willard.

Calient fact: Simple precautions duct business therein. I I I Barden Ora Mae Crews Harold S. Howe Marion X Long Merwin Slontieth, Sirs D. A Rhoden Lonzy Smith Minnie W.m'th. J AVAVarren. .
H. C. A J. C
Each bid shall be addressed to the i, Erown. Crews, Wanda Fogg, Mrs. Millie J. I Hall, Jimmie Lewis .James Murphy, Charlie Roberts, Joseph A. Bernie
1 ,
asily taken and non time-con : City Counci. City of Starke. Florida, Brown, Mrs. Florence Conner, Doyle E. Fuller. Mrs. BerthaFogg Hutcheson. Elor' LibbY, L. L. Slurphy. Maggie Roberls P. T. Joe Warren, Murlfl O
A.Dshop. Sloan Weldon, Steve A., Jf.
and Foundations E. C. Roberts, Mrs. Beatrice -
suming, generally ill prevent the marktd Conner, Johnnie B. Hernwall Lennon ElviaLandrum Martin, James Carrie
Power Plant City of Starke, Florida -, IL A., Jr. Clark, Connie M. Jewett C. I Jernwal. Pearl E T. Frank Morgan James E.Sloselev. Slargle AVhigham. Sirs. Eula

most serious of accidents. ," and be delivered to City Clerk, ;I J. C. Clark Norma Jean Fowler. Harvey Haen, V. Landrum, Mrs. T. Minnie Ola Roberts, Julian P. Schaeftr., Milton L AVilliams, HomerAVahington

City of Starke, Florida, either by a I I I I Barton H. A. Carter. George L. }Karris Linnie Mae I Hazen, Cleone Frank Slays, Sirs D. H., Jr. Roberts, Slurrell Sinclair, Clyde W. Roosevelt
I Pen Louis S.Blsh'p AVilliams, Leroy
representative of the bidder who Champion, Lorraine Fljnn Vergie L. Hall Edward A. Long. Richard II. Miles, B..F. Ross SIrt. Florence Sinclair, Evelyn S.
shall obtain a receipt therefor or by i i i Mrs. IL A., L.Champion. Francis, Pauline P. Hall, Marguerite SLHarrell Lawson, It. A. Morgan, R L Raven, IlulahRuffin Singleton, Lula AVinate Maurice
registered with return ; Jr. Fred E. Jr. J. SLHarrell. Walter AVainw right. E J.
receipt Farncis
TO AFlEtIl mal : Don Mrs. Ada Morgan Jane Sauls, Sirs. Reba
a None. Uradferd requested.The I| Baker A. B. Chancey J. J. Farber, Mrs. BeatrieS. Sirs. J. SL Lwson.lrs. Thelma L. Slurphy. J. E. Reddish, Pete Sommer Robert D. Wise Evelyn
( C..rl (County City reserves the right to Baker. Ruth It. Henderson Mrs. E.Henderson ThelmaDyal Sirs Margaret Ruth AVise. Chester L
Colson, Sirs. MurphY.
Florida IB Caancrry.largaret Annie P. E Larantaux, Reddish Sommer. Irene
R.Biggs Leila Slae
waive informalities in any Did; to L-ullington J. (' E. Farber G. Lloyd E. E.Haisten. .H. CarlRtd..ae. E
Lynch, Plaintiff, \ In- I I ox. Smith, S. J. H
E. L. Jr. 1 Wynn, C
ent F. Lynch, Defendant.Case \ reject any or all bids In whole or I i Cox. Lois :M. Frees Vic Julia Lawson, E SIullis, D. A. CarolynIL Smith, Sirs Rhoda Wynn Lillie

No. 10-109J in part, with or without cause, and/ ,i i Biggs, Mrs. E. 1 Jr. Covington, John IL Frees, Mrs. Charlotte Holmes, Lenward Lawson; Mrs. E. SIullis, Poly SI.Slullms. Smith Howard P. AVard, Sirs AV R
AotUe To Appears 'or to accept the bids that in its Broadway, Carter, JoeCo'ington Firth. Robert E. Holton. Mrs. J. C. Lee. U E. Roberts, Sirs. BiieIurrhee Smith, Beatrice M
To: Vincent F. Lynch whose res- !judgment will be for the best Interests :!' Broadway, H. E.C. Ethel M. Firth Marilyne B. Hutchings, R. R. Lee, T. L. Slull'ns, Sirs. LaurieSlartin Shelp, Mrs. An"ieSampson. w-nii,.. ,, Josephine Tn. Wesley
of the City of Starke. P-iggs. Foreman, Dolvin Hutchins, Annie Mae D. Ruis. Cecil L.Ruis .
idence and address is: 1679 York I Cauffman. Richard Long, Marian I. Harold L. AValnwrlght men '
CITY Blair, Mrs \V. L. B Foreman Mrs. Estelle Hicks, S. R. M. Samuel J. ; EffieRosier
Avenue, New York. New York. COUNCIL I Cauffman. Patricia Long Eugene Sampson Sirs Lillian Av
You are hereby notified that a City Florida. 1,! Bagwell, Kenneth L Chittv, Sirs RandallF. Fields Mrs. Carol Hicks SetaHolme Labme. Mary L. \ Slagee Slaude E. Ellis Shufford. J. S. ucux. .t '-iie LeAVinkler.
Merry A.
suit for divorce | 8/26 3t 9/9 i, Dag well. Cleo Fancher, P. D. $, Marvin R. Labme, Richard J. Slizell BenjammeG. Hurbv. D. L. Shuford, June H. Williams, E PAVilliams. .

baa been filed against you in the t Benton S. Jackson Carlsle. Audrey R. Fancier, Mrs. P. D. Hall Ben F. Littles, Lilar .. Jr. Rigby, Sirs. D. L Sharpe Mrs. Florence SIr lola
above named Court and cause and August 3, 1955 I r. Clarence ,\.. Flume F. F.Fiume'Hurdia Hal. Thelma Etta Leggett Katie Mae Slizell, Lucille A. Ricks, Jesse J.Raulerson. L. Walters William- H.

you are required to seive a copy of \01HK Or' ILl:C'IION I liurnham. Pearl Colson Mrs. YvonneF. D. Hal June i Lee, Joe Newsome EdnaNasworthy Leroy Soltson R. I* AVaiker. Sirs John H.
Your answer or pleading to the complaint I. J. It AValnwriKlit, Mayor of ,! Bryan, "Wesley W. Faxon, Mrs. Bessie I. Hal Jack W. August B. C. IL Rushing, C. W. Sub.cu. F..stt.er 1C, Webb
Sirs. Veda
on the Plaintiffs Attorney Starke Florida by virtue of the: Batten, C. E. Crews Franklin, Herbert Alfred H. Lppe Tobie Nasworthy, Elizabeth Rushing, Inez Edward J.Schwab Mae
riiwab. L. .
Emma Williams S.Williams.
Samuel W. Getzen. P. O. Box 81, authority vested In me by law. do !\ Fatten. Margaret F. Felos, Pete 0.Felos. Hudson. Mrs. Corine Lawson J. T. Norris, AV. SI. Rhoden DorisItaulerson. A'irgttla A Sirs. Carrie
lalnev1e. Florida, hereby rail an election to be held I Barksdale Robert C. Davis A., Jr. Mrs. Pete G. Hood Lillie Mae Law-son. Mrs.. J. T. Norris, Ellen A'iveretle
original In the office of at the Fire Station in the aforesaid I Bark.dale. BarbaraH. Davis, 1. M Faircloth. J. L. Hall. Sharon Lainas, Gust Nollman, AV H. _Roberts, Marilyn Turner Roy V. Williams. Sarah

the Clerk of the Circuit Court on town by the qualified voters on1! Lee Ferryman Faircloth. Ethel I Hardenbrook blah Lee Margaret Nollman, Nellie H. Roberts Curtis A. Tison. Sallie AVhite Sirs. Lucie

or before the Tuesday. September 13, 1955. for the { Brown W. W. Da'I., CharleS 1'ields. Maude S. Holtzendorf, B. C.. Jr. Lewis Thomas E. Noegel W. H., Jr. Roberts Carl S., Jr. Thompkins. Lizzie Woner, Gerald CAVoner .

2$ day of September 1955; purpose of electing the following Brown. bherdia F. Demore Finzel Benedict, Jr. Hardenbrook, RobertH. Little, George l Noegel Elizabeth I Rigsby Eddie Thornton, W. Mrs. Maggie

otherwise the allegations of said officers: 1 Bell Ethel Darby Annie Finzer Virginia K. Addie Norton, Jessie Robinson, J. W. Thomas, N. E. A.

Complaint 1.m be taken as confessed ONE MAYOR FOR TWO YEARS Brunt Davis, LucilleDavis Faulkner, Paul H. Harris, I, G. Legget, lola Newcomb. G. S.Neweomb. Bitch, J. AV. Thornton Mary Wilson Sarah

by you. OXE CITY CLERK. TREASURER. l Nina Inez Faulkner Mrs. Irene Harris. Virginia : Linsin, O Libby Hitch Hazel S. Thomas, Sirs. AVijliams. A. C

This notice shall be published TAX ASSESSORXD- TAX COL Poker, L. Z llmorfst..erna J. LiFinley Hall, Dora Mae Linsin, 1. 0. L Noegel, Stanley S. Roberts, John C. Thomas R A Wynn, Nellie SI.

once each week for four consecutive LECTOR FOR TWO YEARS I, Baker Mae Guss W. Hochberger Adolph Lewis, Elmer E Noegel. Jewel A. Rosier, Margaret L. Tison, Mrs. L AVinkler. Sue r

weeks in the Bradford County ONE CHEF OF POLICE FOR: Barton Mrs. H. A Denmark. Emily Hunter, Carl SL Lewis, Pace Newman J. RobertS Slaybelle E. (Laura) Williams Melba H.

Telegraph. I TWO I Barnes Al.Barefoot. Duncan K. G. Griffin. T. J. Hunter Mrs Sarah A. Lappe, R. H. Newman Mrs. AlbertNewsome Rasmussen John Thomas Mrs. Gladys Walker, John L.

Hated this 19th day of TWO ALDERMEN FOR TWO Dun*an. Mrs. K. G. Green. R. A. Hankerson, Saul Lewis, Jeff J. Rasmussen Mrs. Thomas, Cecil Walker, Sirs John L.
ms. I YEARS I fishop, Lillian M. Griffin, Mamie E. Horton CarlHidebran. O. T. Bertha
Darby John M. Fred Thomas Mrs. Dorotha
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A August'l Inspectors of said election: I Brown. George.A Darby, Mrs. Jean Green Lloyd J. J. E. Lane Leolhard, Norman Maude Reed. H. UReed Warren Williams, ,Mrs.Ollie Florence
Clerk of the T. C. Hazen Bennett. NeleThoma
I Dinkins Mrs. Green, Floyd Maxine Norman OvidNewsome G. M.
F. Cutris T. Sirs.
Lee Violet Weeks, David R
By Yvonne II. Norman T. T. Long Bankenship. Mrs. (Thelma) L Green. Mrs. Inez S. Harper, L E". Lee, Roselle I. Perry M Richards, James E' Thomas Elizabeth Williams, Lucius

S/1 4'/1 A. L. Crosby, Jr. 'I C. Dinkins 1 F. Green. Inez A. I Harper Mrs Dorothy Lee Albert Newsome, Ada Thomas K. M. Warren, Joseph D.
S. Denmark Brinkley, Roy
Dennis IL Goodman, J. L. Mares Lewis. Mrs. Ole Noegel, Gene AV. Stump F. F. Thomas Floy Warren, Betty E,
Ruth Broadway I"owden B. J. Desue, Obey Glasgow Harold Hardenbrook Essie Lee, Sirs. Noegel Connie E. Sapp. AV. SI. Thomas, Mrs. Hester Waldron, Nora
In testimony I hereunto I Bowden Mrs. Janet C. Graham W. H Jr. I Hochberger Amelia E. P. E.
whereot Desue, James \ Lowe. Julia Mae Noegel Smith l AVaters, Oscar R
NOTICE TO AFPEIR subscribe my cause the Brown Lucille Griffis, Mrs. J. W. E, L
; E Durd Mrs. Gussie I M.Hunt Eugene PalmourLee Norman EdithNewsome. AV. E Jr.
S Circuit < Lee, Toroe. Waters. Basic Ray
Court. Bradford County seal of the said town to be here- j! Brown Fate Irma
Dow EdwardHicks Jessie Silcox, J. L.
In ling, E. J. Gainey A. C. E Ressie (R. R. Whitehead, L. KWh'tehead. .
Walter FI.rld.1 AV. kanrrry.. unto affixed this the 2nd. day of Brewton. Viola Dow ling. Cleone M. Griffis, J. W. V. S.> Lewis Ovid G. Nichols A*. A. Sauls, }rr. Pearl Thomas Clyde Nelle Slaybelle

Catherine Agnes Fry Plaintiff vs. August. A. D. 1955. I Parry, Frances SL Darby, Mrs. Chas. Griffis, Mrs. Esther Hicks. Sirs V .S. LewIs. Sirs. Ovid G. Nichols Robbie L. Si Joe SL Tucker, H. E. William. John, Jr.
Fry Defendant. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Barry. Andrew J. Griffis. Martha Holland Joe Sirs. Sistrunk, C. H.
Denmark S. G. Leggett. Allen Neel. PeggyAnnie Tucker, Sirs. H. E, WillIams, Clarence
Case No. J. Wainwright, Mayor i i I Bennett Ovid D. Games L. M. Silcox CelenaSilcor.
RuthHaelwood. ,
To 10-16 fowling, William E. Locke E. Thomas N. H. Wilcox, A. E
"ollc: Catherine ATTEST: Carl Johns City Clerk i I II Bennet Geraldine S. Dahmer, E. J. Green. Mrs Lucille IL H. D. Lewis. B Nee!, Donald E. Delia Thomas, Ovid AVilrox. Sirs A. E.

residence and Agne Fry whose S/: 5t 9/9 I Dahmer, Bernardine Graham. Alice F. Hazelwood, Leon Y Lee G. R. E Norman Leroy Jr. Smith. Junius. SI. Thomas, A. J. AVilliams. Viola
1: 31 34th !, fridges. Virgil O. Dampier. Gatlin, Henry Haines. Ruth S. Nolm P. T. Hannah Thomas
street, Astoria Rhoda Z. L Lee Winnie Swindell Eva Mae Wall, J. E. Jr.
Long New IB The County Judge' Court Of Bridges, Elizabeth C. l .
Mrsr Tommie
York. Dixon. Mrs. Kate George, Hamilton Lynn Lewis, Ruby Nolin. Mrs. Leona Thomas, Frank F. Wail Hazel SL 1
You are hereby notified that I I Bradf.r County, Florida. I'I 1 Brown., .rs. MargaretW. Dennis. Mrs. MyrticeDowling Griffis, Henry Hamilton Jeanette Leonard, Cain Norman A.. Russel Stern, V.'. A. Thomas, Mallory C. Williams Magnolia
Pr..te. K. Grider Rufus Haynes Junior Norman Stern Theressa Thomas
suit H Lame Bill A'irginla E. Williams
for divorce Slack L
IN' RE Estate of Franklin Bradley, J L.
: C.
has Hol Ernest J Godwin. Henry Hudson, Betty Donnie Mae Noegel, Marvin Smith, W. P., Jr. Thomas, Waiter
been E AVilliams
filed Mrs.
against lOU In the lingsworth. Etc.. Deceased '{I Bradley, Gladys E. Line Mack
above named C.urt Jr.Dorle.. (Griffis Leonard Hall H. L. G. L.Lovell Noegel, Mary E. Silcox, Henry Thomas, Sadie T.
and cause and I NOTICE TO CKEDITOHS I rrooks. Wihelmtnia Griffis. Ruby L. Hazel H. Edwin E. Sapp Elma
I North,
you are required to I Mildred G. Hal Lucille Thornquest, Jennie Wager, J. Gordon
serve a of All Brooks ,
copy claims
persons having
or demands
Gardiner. George A. \\. S.Haas. North, Margaret E. Silcox, Lacy Tenly
your answer John D. Wager
or pleading to the complaint against the estate of Frank- Jlell, J. Austin Doyle, Jefferson D. Lennon Frances B.
Gardiner Mrs. Minnie D. Mrs. Betty Noegel. Mrs. E. P. Sassee 1(rs. SISearing Tenly. Louise
on the I i Lennon. Marv W. Wainwright
Plalntf's Attorney lilt C. Hollingsworth. also known Mary 1.lr'an Denton. Mrs Wlhe Glasglow, Helen Amelia Mitchell, Susie Mae -, Mrs. Earl SL
Gerald P. Build Frank C. Hollingsworth and as F.a I Bell Mal SL MaeDampier E. Hochberger, Lane, John H. Eunice Tompkins, ArsuU AVainwright. Mrs

ing JackSQnTie. Florida JC. Hollingsworth. deceased, i P/rymer, Harry Mack R. C. Geiger, Herman I SLHess. L-fudon, Eloise T. Perkins Thornton, Elbert Earl Nora Lee
and are Grittis, E. L., Jr. Charles Olsen, Pertie S. E. Thomas
te In the office hereby notified and required to file Byrd Add Dobbs AnonDobbs Lowell. Mrs. E. SI. Sparks H. J. AVvnn. J. c
of Gill, Prescott Elva Olsen Titus Mary Francis Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court I Nita Hampton Lauramore, Ellie A. J, Jr. Williams, Merritt
their claims in A. Stanley H.Winn. .
the office of the
on or before the I Bennet PeteDriggers Gresham Mattie }L C Lauramore Carlton On rstreet B. S. Silcox, J. B Thomas Susie B. 'tVhitehead
26 County Judge of Bradford County j Utnnett. Annie Mae Gresham. Morgan H. R. Annie Sparks a E.Silcox. Thomas Audrey
day of September. 1955; 1 C. A.Dyal Howel. R Lance, }I. W. I?, T. Wlnn, N'. 0.
In the Brown A. E., Jr.
County Court House
otherwise the allegations of said Florida Mrs. Vida Geiger, O. C. Lance, Winnie D. Owen V.. E. Sirs. Gladys Turner, Robert V. Edna SI.
Complaint Stake, Florida, within eight cal Frown Lena Green,, Robert G. Howeir Elsie Owen, Sirs. Clara SIne Stringfellow. W. G. Thigpen
will be taken as confessed Bad Emma Douglas, J. K. Lawson, Charles H. W. L.. Jr Williams, Lorine
months from the date man,
by of the Green. Gladys Walter SL Owen. Virgel Stringfellow, Sirs. Thomas
you. 1 Dousla Iva M. Howell Laudon. A. G. Jr. Dan G. Waters H. J.
This notice shall be frt publication of this notice. or Bagwell Donal. F. Godwin John Luke, Lester Mrs. Nora F. Mabel Tyus, H. K.
Owen Waters
published Y
Dodd W. J. Jr. Mrs.
I Brown lr. H.
same will become void | J.
> according .
nce each week for four GoolsbY. P. Hurst, Mrs Mazelle J. E. Sale, Mrs. Tyns. Minnie L. Williams
veeks In consecutive to law. This August 15th. 1955. Blanklnship Law Dodd, Mrs. W. J., Jr. Goolsby. Mrs. P. Jack D. Doroth1 Slelba E.
the Bradford County Tele- F. Hazen, E Luke, Richard B. Owens George Sale. Guy Thomas Delia
Davis. O. W.
raph.Dates First publication August 19, 1953. I rence R Driggers. Amelia Geiger Hommer Hazen. Clara Lappe, Robert H. Lavern Sapp, Fred Thomas, Bernice Young Mrs.

this 24 day of August 1955. James Executor Franklin of Holngsworth. Elankinhlp.B.Mrs. Desue Luke C Geiger Wallace \ Holeyaron H. Lappe, Mrs. Mary P.MeRae O'Steen. S. J. Sapp, Mrs. Lula Mae Thomas, James W. Young. Theodore H. H.
OFFICIAL Wi Gatlin, Russell OSteen Mearlie Seymour, Elizabeth Thomas
SEAt CharleO Darby Testament of Franklin Hollingsworth Davis, Lillian LzzieB. Annie C. Yancey, E. A
Circuit Griffis, Vasco Henderson Robert M.McRae Seymour, J. D. Thome D '
Jy Marian Crosby. Court deceased. I I Carlon Fred Dobbs. Q. J. Griffis Leidie Perkins Linnie 3an .ey. Sirs. E. A.
1 Deputy Mandy Henderson Gertie F. Stilley. Mr. Letie Thigpen. Mrs. Mildred
Dobbs. Mrs. Q. J.Delvin. Yawn Theron
8/26 t 9/1 8/1 i 9/9 Canova., Mona Levy A.A.demons. C. E.Delvin. Griffis, Thelma Y Hankerson Florence SfcCulley, Linnie Perrman. E K Shull, E r.Shuil Thomas Eddie Yawns Lila Rae A, 9
Griffis, Earl V. Hansoi .
SIcMillan Mrs. i E. T. Thomas
NOTICE I Anna Belle Perrman Mallory, Jr. Young
TO -PPE.tR FroniaCummings. Jessie Love
Gardner Mural Hardy. Doris G. R.McKinney. J. Stump Lillian Thomas, Leora
IB Circuit Dacey John J. Young
NOTICE TO APPEAR Coart. BrcGr. Cotaty Walter Garland, Gertrude hedge AV. D. Ann Parks. Ethel R. Silcox, Vernon Tomlinson. SIrs Joe Nina M.
1m Circuit Bradford Florida la C..rT. I Coleman Joe Douglas, H. C. Green John B.Griffis. Hodge. Mrs. AlbertaH. McKinney, Pahs Phillips, Mrs. Rosa Smith. SIrs. P.Tomlinson. Yeomans. Mrs. Belle
C..rt County,, Robert Harry Plaintiff Lilian E Yarbrough
Donovan David SL
Florida r1. Clara aGriffis. McCarthy James H. Pearce Mrs. Bertha Sewell, W. Joe
C. tVrnice C. P.
vs. Ann Defendant Yarbrough.
Coley Campbell Mrs. Mary Durden Elizabeth L. C. Jr. Priest. Clyde G. Lucille
Scott Mae
Nelson Plaintiff VS. 10-1147 I aCannon Lamira l Hinson McGee.-.Vela Ethel OSchmltt -. Trawlck, Jack L. Yon Paul
Ethel Lee NeUn. Grider, Hmson Lucie F. SIcCrary. C. T. Priest. Mrs. ClYdePaul Chas. SL Trawick
a/k/a Ethel Lee \uilr* i J. V.I. Desue. Clarence Rufus Y Jane .&. Ton Cleo
Nelvin Defendant. I To Ann Dansby. O. Griffis, HillendahU L. McCrary. Evelyn A, T.Powell Smith Sirs. VirginIa Twining, HoweTomlinson. C
Campbell Colley, Margaret IL R Grider E. B. Hillendahl, Mrs. McGee, Walker K. Mildred
Case l
No. Mrs
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residence and ad..ress : lnknown, Dansby. Frances Geiger Ottis C. Huggins G. T. McGnff. Margaret W. Zepp Mrs. Elanap.
Jfewell B.

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Christian ChurchRev.
of Church and Navarre streets. |

J. E. Sherwood, pastor \ STATE FARM HAMPTON 1 !i Mrs. Gerald Adkins visited for I

Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classeS a few days last week in Jacksonville ,

for all ages. C. W. Colsor., 3upt. with her daughter, Miss I
Morning Worship 11 ajn. Evening By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch By Mrs. O. E. Crosby By Mrs. D. E. Hill : Louise Adkins, and Miss Adkins | Hy Lacy

deaver 6 m. end of the week for a visit I
p. at the home of 1 Guests of Mr. Mrs. R. P. 126 I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crews of
Bible Study and Prayer: Meeting I guests and Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke and
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were I McLendon last week were Mrs. L. AS SCHOOL OPENS I:Mrs.: Randall Cobb and children of i Lake Butler visited Mrs. Maggie
Church of God At The TabernacleThe p. m. Wednesday. :Mrs. Teston's sister and brother B. McLendon of Jacksonville and Enrollment at Hampton Elementary -i Belle Glade were Sunday visitors 'Crews last Sunday.

HomecomingThis Church located on W. Call and Miss Bobbie and Lloyd Harris, ,uncle. J. M. Peterson, of Lake School reached 126 Monday at the home of Mrs. T. F. Brown I| Mrs. Kathleen Norman and children -
Plans Bible School at the Gospel Christian streets. A. friendly wel- I I
and a friend, Miss Maudine Hutchings Alfred, Mr. and Mrs. Jack White Aug. 26, a slight increase(t, A. P. Mills of Miami was a' of Lawtey visited the Marr
SundayThe Tabernacle, which has been heldon come waits everyone. I' all, of Ocoee. Mr. Harris!'and children of Jacksonville, and over last year's initial enrollmentof i weekend visitor at the home of family Sunday.Mr. .

Sunday afternoons for the past Womans Council 1st! .and 3rd Miss Hutchings and Donald Teston |Mr. and Mrs. Buck Wiggins and 120. I Mr. and Mrs. D. E. HilL Mr. :Mills: |I I : and Mrs. Charles Mosely of

Church of God will hold a 12 years, will be changed< to 10a. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.trs.. W. L. visited relatives in Georgia.Mrs. children of Birmingham, Ala. While First day enrollment was as is Mrs. Hill's brother. j I Jacksonville spent the weekend

Homecoming this Sunday at the m. beginning Sunday, Sept. 4. Andrews president Lynn Hamilton and Mrs. I here they helped Tommy Mc- follows in the four classes: first i Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Adkins..:here with Mrs. Mosely3 parents
church. 422 N. St. Clair St. enable Lendon grade, 20, and second grade, 14,|':and the L. M. Normans.
This change of hours will CHURCH Sam Wise of Starke spent last celebrate his 9th birthday I family of Miami 4ind Mr. and
School at 10 a. m. Morn- FAITH BAPTIST I Miss Louise Raulerson, teacher !. I Janette Griffis of Jacksonville
Sunday ; !
:Mrs. Don
attend Refreshments
some of the congregation to weekend with their husb&: ds' at anniversary. of Adkins of Dundee visited
Worship 11 a. m. with sermon LAWTEY, FLA. 'third and fourth grades, 38, Mrs. spent the weekend here with her
ing ,
who have not heretofore.A Fort McClellan. On Saturday they I i birthday cake and ice cream were I relatives in Hampton last week. !i
by Rev. H. J. Boatman, Florida treat Sunday after- Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng visited Rock City on Lookout served.( !Floy Sullivan, teacher; fifth and,, :Marel Rhoden, son of Mrs. John J mother :Mrs. Callie Griffis.
Director. special 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek I I 30 Mrs. Janie Mrs. Lacey Norman and
State Sunday School sixth grades, I Blackman, visited in I son returned -
was the of Dr. Mountain. Mrs. M. C. Roberts entertained H'I| Hampton !
I Dinner will be served on the noon presence* service Wednesday 7:30.! p. m. i I ,Noe, teacher; seventh grade, ,! this week, home Saturday night from
John McNeill who s holding special Everett Burney of Jacksonville with a party honoring her son, I i on furlough from Ft.
grounds at noon. A. E. Massey, pastor. and eighth grade, seven, Mrs. Jackson, S. C. Green Cove Springs after spending
services at Lake Butler, and spent aturday v'th his Larry, on his third birthday anniversary -
Afternoon services will be con Ola M. Perkins teacher. I Miss Connie several days with Mr. and Mrs.
Jacksonville. They mother'l Hendry of Jacksonville -
Syd Rees of EVERGREENBAPTIST Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp. Tuesday afternoon at 3:30
ducted by visiting ministers start There has been a high partici- t. last in Richard Sapp and sons.
brought several musical numbersand CHURCH Mrs. Sap!>'! 89th birthday. o'clock. Fourteen little guests en- spent week Hampton -,
ing at 2:30 p. m. I Mr. Wees taught the Adult !'Joyed the occasion with Larry. pation in lunchroom facilities, I with Mr. and Mrs. Avory Beedie Mae Harvey of Jackson-
School 10 a. Preach- Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
Sunday Seeber I
The Day's will be concluded .Outdoor .with 108 students having lunch, Slade and Mr. and Mrs. Yernon ville spent Sunday afternoon with
program Bible Class. and
games played
services at ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : Andrews of Wildwood were weekend I lout of 126 the first day. I Slade. I the Leonard Norman family.
The small children are increas- Preaching 7:30 m. Prayer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred refreshments of birthday cake, ice I'
m. p. Birthdays ObservedA
Rev. Willard M. Jones, pastor :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and
7:30 p. m.Presbyterjan in the Bible [cream and punch were served I
interested by
ingly Meeting Wednesday 730; p. m. Moore. J' of Hampton Christian Church, and [children of Maxville visited Sat-I i birthday dinner in honor of
'Mrs. Roberts ,
ChurchSat. stories told them each and words.Sunday, Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of;I the children., assisted Larry by mothersof received I. the Rev. Marvin Faile, pastor of 1 jurday in Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. Beedie Norman was held last

with colored pictures Biloxi, Miss.. are visiting Mr. I many nice gifts. I.I.I Hampton Baptist Church conduc-,|Mrs. Avory Slade and sons. I Sunday on the lawn at the homeof
WOODLAWN MISSIONARY and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. James will ted a joint chapel WednesdaY', Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and Mrs. W. C. Hardee. Those enjoying -
., 3 p. m.. Adult Choir prac- St. Edward's ChurchSunday BAPTIST CHURCH be stationed in Tampa for the We regret to report the illnessof .morning. Chapel services each children drove to Jacksonville I I the occasion with Mrs.

tice.Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday Scnooi, 11 ajn. next few months.of R. S. Rosier. He has been con-,'!ensuing Wednesday morning will Thursday to take Brain and Malcolm -Norman were the families of Bill

I School 9:45 a." m.1 Mass at 9:15: a. m. preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:4: pray- Ocala spent the. weekend with fined to Doctors Hospital in Starke I be alternated between the two King home after their visit 1 Pendarvis. Eugene Austin, Leonard

Morning Worship" 11 a. m., Holy day masses, 8:30: a. m. and er service, 7 o'clock song services. Th J. C. Prevatt Jr. family I I with a badly infected arm. He is ..local pastors- according- to Mrs. with the Hills for the last two:I Norman, Dock Norman, Theodore

Gospel and Sin. Evening Worship 8:30 a. in.Children's. 7:30 evening services. with the Sr. Prevatts. I better now and expects to returnto Perkins, school principal. weeks. I'Norman, 'W. C. Hardee, and :Mr.

into 7:30 Hell.p. m.. "Christ's Descent Catechism Class each Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Sr. his home in a few days. I Mrs. Eva Henderson, music ; Mr. and :Mrs. William Fowlerof I[and :Mrs.: Charles Mosely of Jack.

Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. IIEILBRONN are at home after Mrs. J. :M. Roberts of Jackson- teacher, has organized a mixed Lawtey were guests Friday at sonvlile. The honor guest received
spending some-
Tues., 6:30 p. m., Deacon's Sup- Keystone Heights BAPTIST CHURCH time at Kingsley Lake. ville is spending a few days with\choral ,group, Mrs. Perkins stated. the J. A. Williams home. many nice gifts.A .

per Meeting, 1st Presbyterian I (At St. William's Chapel) v Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching Mrs. W. F. Moore and Mrs. S. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Participation in the music group birthday supper was held last

Church, Gainesville.Wed. (Follow Hiway 21 south to St. 11 ajn. Training Union 6:30 D. Andrews and Mrs. M. C. Roberts. will be as an elective this year, Saturday night for Mrs. Lacey
., 7:30 p. m., Prayer Meet-:[William's Sign.) Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer were shopping in St. Mark's EpiscopalRev.
p.m. Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. Sgt. Coy Alvarez returned to his instead of compulsory. Norman at her home. Those pres-
ing and"second study in "You Can: Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Commodore Crews home Sunday after spending two Monday, Sept. 5, Labor Day, Raymond E. MacBlala ent with the honoree were her children -

Witness. I' Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. and family of the State Farm weeks with the National Guard in will be a school holiday for both and family from Green Cove

Thur., 3:30 p. m., Junior Choir Confessions before all Masses. were visiting the Perry Davis Alabama. teachers and students, Mrs. Perkins Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Church will be follows
practice. BROOKER family this week. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alvarez said. : Sapp and sons. Ice cream and

Hi-Way Chapel BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of of Starke were supper guests of PT.Y to ELECT Sunday: 9:4: a.m. Church. cake were served and Mrs. Nor-
OF CHRIST I School and Adult Class 11
CHURCH Rev. C. B. Stalling, Pastor 1his. I OFFICERS TUESDAY ; a.m. -
Assembly of God St. Augustine were weekend parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G.I man received many lovely gifts.
C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister Sunday School 10 ajn., :Morning guests of Mrs. John Shuford.Mr. .Alvarez, Sunday night. Hampton Parent-Teachers As- Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: I

Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. Sunday-Sunday School 10 a. Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30: p.m., : and Mrs. Frank Lyles were I. We welcome the Clarence sociation will hold its initial meet- p.m. Y. P. S. L. I -

Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening m., Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Service 7:30! p.m. Prayer shopping in Gainesville last Sat Rhodens and the Ormonds to the ing Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 6, at Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Litany I Ii
Worship 7:30 p. m. and Recreation Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. urday. I farm. The Hhodens are occupying 3:15 p. m., with election of of- and :Meditation: ; 8 p.m. Choir j YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

Wednesday -'- Bible Study 7:30p. Saturday-Story Charles Moore entertained the Brunner house and the Or- ficers as the main business. Practice. I I brook purse-size fountain pens in

m. Hour, -3 p. in.PENTECOSTAL. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE eral of his friends at a party sev-last monds are living in the Mack All parents, both mothers and Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,II I pastel shades. Only $ .58 at Brad.
Radio program, "Old Paths" Sweat house. fathers of school children attend- i 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m. I ford County Telegraph.
HOLINESS Friday/ afternoon. This was Char-
each Sunday 9 a. m. Station LEVELby ing Hampton elementary school 1---- _
CHURCH les' tenth birthday.Mr. - -
WDVH. BROOKER are urged to attend the meeting
Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. and Mrs. Edmond Willis and
I to learn more about the school
Morning Service 11 a.m. !\I 1'8. II. M. Mcltne&AAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA family of Green Cove Springs attended BAPTIST CHURCHSunday
work and meet the teachers. !
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. services at the First Baptist -\ School 10 a. m. Morning Refreshments will be served JOHNSON MOTORS
.Prayer Meetings Wednesday Church Sunday morning and Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. In.

COLONIAL tight 7:45 p.m. Saturday night Sgt. V. E. Thornton returned I were dinner guests of Mrs. Lulu Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer following the business meeting.

home Monday from Ft. McClel- I Dority. :Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev.I COUPLE WED SEE'TIIE COMPLETE LINE AT

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST lan, Ala., for three days before I Charley Milliard requests all C. B. Stallings. pastor.-_ j I I I|son Mrs.Lee Mabel of Gainesville Andrews were and Madi-mar-

FLORISTPHONE LATTER DAY SAINTS leaving for Aberdeen Proving who are interested in keeping Leona Edwards, while her sis-'t ried Friday evening, Aug. 26 in

Services each Sunday in old Ground in Maryland, where he will Evergreen Cemetery clean to ters were away. Folkston, Ga., in a quiet ceremony. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- be stationed for 16 weeks. I leave donations at the home of Mrs. G. W. Durham spent last Standing with the couple were

218 day School 10 a. m. Sacrament i Mr. and Mrs. John Corley of Willie Griffis. He states that Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Miss Shirley Barker and Art
,Service 6:30 p. Everyone wel- Tallahassee attended church here many ,graves should be cared for. Joyce Futch. They visited the Ramsey of Gainesville.

come. Sunday and were supper guestsof Visitors at the home of Mr. and young son of Mr. and Mrs. Benton The couple will reside in Hampton -
I I I ..
(j) Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall on Mrs. Carl Hilliard during the Futch in Starke in the afternoon. and have moved into Mrs. ,':>,' .-,-:':,.: ... : -._. ..: :- :::;.: -...,:. .-.>..:.::. _:-":;;. .::_;;::-: :..,:;.:.
KLVGSLEY LAKE Monday.Mr. I week were Mr. and Mrs. V. H.

MISSIONARY BAPTIST Keene of Glenn St. Marys, Mrs. '
and Mrs. George Sites of II .
I Earl and children of : r
FLOWERSFor Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Morning Starling : .
New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Worship 11 a.m. Evening ILakeland, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hil-
Edmondson of Miami attended
All Occasions Service 7:30 Meetinf hard of Jacksonville, Mrs. Julia
p.m. Prayer church services here Sunday. ''' iii 1 ,. ;
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every Adams and Mrs. Mary Byrd of
DISH GARDENS ilr. and Mrs. H. P. Fouts of .
one we.leome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, 'Lake Butler. l t \I1Ji
Lakeland visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins attended ; :
POTTED PLANTS pastor. H. H. Lewis last week. 'R''ELIf. "0 the cemetery working at .
.' ::.J '3z ,
: "
I .ti; ;.i' "
POTTERY SEVENTH DAY We welcome Mr. and Mrs. John !Swift Creek near Lake Butler last F E '.. # .'".<\ .'' '::"i:

ADVENTIST CHURCH Fuquay and family who moved to Wednesday.Mrs. .f',1)i &< .i
this section from Starke. I ) ,
Flowers JViredAnywhere Services each Sabbath in the recently Alice Langford of .Lake ..'.,.. """4
Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Pope.and Butler is visiting her brother and ?,>, '.:,->'>
Walton, and Mrs. ".*-N-..<.
children James .r
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Truby :>

every week by R. L. Mathews, pas- Fuquay's father, Robert Levons, Wainwright.Mr. BAG / : !
Nona St. Starke tor. Bible Study each Thursday all of Albany, Ga., spent the week- and Mrs. Joseph Starlingand J

7:30 m. A friendly welcome end with Mr. and Mrs. John daughter, Miss Geraldine. ,. --- ia I. .
Mr. Levons _. ,.., )
stayed over
-' n___.. ._..I" awaits everyone. Fuquay. Were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. __; J. -.. N"' J ''''''*
, for a longer visit. The Fuquays I and Mrs. Charles Starling: in. : 1,

L. -, --- ------- I- .... '- '. also had as their guest Mrs. Fuquay's -'I Highland.Mrs. with YOUr first \>: ': : .
sister, Mrs. Gladys Harrison -I Edgar Wilkinson and chil- ; /

aIAtTIST of Wauchula. : dren and Miss Catherine McDavid .l
: :
CHURCH Those who enjoyed a fish fry were visiting Mrs. Wilkinson's purcIuse of :
a I
at Kingsley Lake last Saturday ,parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott -
STARKE FLA. night were Mr. and Mrs. J. G. in Brooker last Saturday.
Jackson and daughters, and Mrs. I Sunday visitors at the home of >1: .

Sidney Jackson, all of Starke, .Mr. and Mrs. Willie Griffis were PURINA LAVING 'HOrl P3RNA i
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor I Rudolph Sapp of Heilbronn Mr. ,:Mrs. Lester Prevatt and daughter .':> ". .
'and :Mrs. B. M. McRae and son of the State Farm, Mrs. Elisha ; POLJLTR'
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mrs. V. E. Thornton, and Mr. and Prescott, :Miss Virginia Griffis

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Mrs. J. C. Sapp and sons. ''and Romeo Prescott of Highland.Mrs. for full pullets \

A birthday dinner was enjoyedat Griffis has been ill for a
the home of Mr.:: and Mrs. R.
week but is greatly improvednow.
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. (
R. Crosby in honor of Mr. Cros- .
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.:\ Training Union 6:45 P.M. by and daughter, Mrs. W. E. I Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wainwright L -

Shanley. Besides the immediate ,of Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M.
family, those enjoying this event 'and Mrs. Luther Hilliard and

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH! at were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ed- i other relatives during the week- Once again it's Ladies' Month at our store. And you

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. mondson and family of Miami, Mr. end.Mr.
celebrate with this .
can help us first-quality clothespin
and Mrs. Edwin Raegan of Starke" : and Mrs.: Johnny Bennett

., __ and a son-in-law and daughter, the State Farm visited -
and of and
h old friends.
-_ _1-wuRK, _.._, ._ __ ___' I family bag. We'd like to see all our many ,
Mr. and :Mrs.: Lucian Conner and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett
."'_ son of the State Farm, and Rev. I this week. new ones, too. Drop in and ask for your FREE clothes / (
.-.J, .. '.. -! _.___ ._. ._ :_ :: _,: _J__ Jw"Every : :: Hall. I ,
and Mrs.V.
E. Mr. and Mrs. James Hilliard, pin bag when you make your first purchase of 100 .,
Visitor An Honored Guest" We were glad to have our pas Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins, Bill ::; --
I of Purina Chow for fall < -
pounds Laying pullets. -
tor's good wife back at church and Miss Betty Gaskins were any :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH again after her recent illness. (shopping in Jacksonville last Fri-. b1 1 1If

Hampton Fla. Mrs. Viola Cheshier of Palatkais day. Beginning September 1st"H:. .. .. :: 1

visiting her son-in-law and Miss Elizabeth Terry attended You Can't Come In,. Call Us on The Phone Or :'Y"",,",,.../. ;"";, \
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert the Baccalaureate Service for the $' Q: ,
Sunday School Training Union I A Card I:1 \
Drop ? :
Starling. (,graduates' St. Luke's Hospital :: : ; 1''s, '
10 A.M. 7 P.M. -
Grandma Johnson celebratedher at the First Baptist Church in }:
Don Hill, Supt. Edward Saxon, Dir. 87th birthday anniversary on I Jacksonville on Sunday morning. It's our gift to gel you to try r :>

August 21. We wish her many Miss Betty Strickland. a niece. is

Hear These Sermons On Sept. 4 more happy :years. I a member of this graduating_ class: PURINA and prove that you'llget ,'. '.:.'' ..
i Jr. High School opened '
11 A.M. "The Work of God" Hampton Christian Church !Monday Lawtey morning with an enroll- up to 40% more fall eggs t :' "::i'
8 P M. "The Prodigal Son" Sunday Bible School 10 a. In. ment of 262 pupils. New teachers

Marvin Faile Pastor Preaching 11 a. m. Evening I this year are Mrs. Glenn Con- over U. S. average Il g
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preaching ner, Mrs. Frank Lyles, and Earl

-. 8 Wednesday Bible
--- p. m. Hoffman.
'" 1LJ .. ._ .
-- ---- -- - -- Hour 8 Willard M. and
Study m. Rafuse
p. and Mrs. L. P.
| Mr. the is think be ladies made EXTRA $120 100 pullets by
Jones, Pastor. and Rev. S. T. Nice as clothespin bag we you'll even an per
", : : .- ,: n'_ .i : 1IUI4UF: .. .' I I daughter!to Sampson Lake last Sunday more pleased with the EXTRA EGGS over U. S. averChristmas..

I "",,':;:"' ,......;.r.-- ,. _' _. _7 :.-' c_ .,. Worth and family enjoyed a trip age you'll probably get on Purina. Last year 1,033ladies Wasn't that a nice Christmas present to themselves

BACK TO CHURCH Wash Your Clothes I'afternoon.Mrs. Jack Bales and daughters, kept records on their Socks and sent them to for doing a fine job with their hens? Won't you feed

'Martie and Jackie, are spending the Purina Company. These Purina-fed flocks averand manage your flock for EXTRA EGG MONEY, too?

Pounds sometime with Mrs. Bales' mother, aged 3 dozen MORE eggs per pullet during fall and Come in for Purina and for your free clothespin bag.WARNING. .

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1 ilK Mrs. Mae Wells. early winter than the average flock in U. S. was lay .

For 40c! Jerry Witcher, Miss Laura Wit- in (U. S. Department of Agriculture report). the supply of clothespin bags IS limit.g *
cher and Jr. recently moI \'- Please
Jerry ed. We can't get more when these are gone.

\ FREE Bleach If Desired! I jed Hilliard from house Heilbronn that to was the occupiedby Luther Figuring the EXTRA eggs at only 40t! a dozen, these come in early for yours.

EVERY PERSON i the Doc Wainwright family.
0. ...
I I The Winton Parrish family spent
Sunday in Jacksonville as dinner = E! = p-1'
,guests of the John \ \ ,
and Mrs. Frank Wells of WORM WITH PURINA
Dry Your Clothes
L Crystal River were weekend guestsof ;: lU

Help Fill Your Church Mrs. Effie Miner. PULLETS NOW CHEK R-TOH
I For 20cIn :Mr. and Mrs. G. McKinney of '

Anniston Ala, were visiting Mr. I' PURINA
New Automatic Driers! -
and :Mrs. H. B. Arwood last week LAYING
Take A Friend
Along and carried their children, Char-

lotte, Sandra and Gilmon, home BROWNLEE & CHASTEENStarke CHOW5i
after an extended visit with their
The \Washeteria .grandparents.Misses .

Sponsored By Jean and MargueritteHiatt Florida

STAKKE MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE I Temple .\veo. StarkeI Saturday returned<< after from visiting Clearwaterlast relatives -I: . . . . .FJ..m..

I .. .. for a week. Little Miss Bonnie .. ..pj. . . . .

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Hospital Trustees Plans CompletedFor Davis Family ReunionS specifications and contract documents fessej by you. i I I I Dated this :2S day of AuguM ISi:
Halt pertaining thereto. which This
may notice shall be
Less Than I I publishedonce ,I (OFFICIAL,SEAL) Chare A. Darby
be examined I
at the office of the each week for four consecutive Clerk of the
Acknowledge City Clerk, Starke. Florida, and at weeks in the Eradford County Tele- I I I By Marian L. Crosby Circuit Deputy Court Clerk
RaisedFor Recreation the office of Reynolds Smith and graph.
Of Recent GiftsThe i I 9 3 4t i
Quota Hills, Architects and Engineers, !27 I :
Park Street (P. O. Pox 4817)) Jacksonville -- -
ReliefBradford Trustees of th*, Meeting Sept. 8 Florida. Plans and specifications I
Flood Board Of j'
may purchased from :
Bradford County Hospital have Reynolds, Smith and Hills Architects Sell It
._ and Engineers. for the sum Rent It Trade It
Countians have con- acknowledged two additional giftsto Plans for stimulating interestin S : S I of I4.5D: per set, which will not b.
the institution now heading a meeting here on Sept. 8 to refunded. Individual copies of the

tributed a total of $83.27 for flood down the "home stretch" of con discuss a year-round recreation I drawings specifications may and be procured partial for sets$2.00 of i
a quota of $200, Mis3 WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
relief against
struction.It program for Starke's young people per copy and $0.50 per sheet respecth.ely. -
chapter not refundable.
Stump, |
Lillian was announced that the Brad were laid at a meeting Tuesday A Bid Bond properly executed by !

announced yesterday.The ford Furniture Corporation has night at the home of :Mrs. Junius the Bidder and by a qualified Surety Rates Good Results
to or a certified !I Easy To Place
money will be forwarded offered to furnish the dining room :M. Smith. or cashiers: check
national headquarters to be used to be used by the hospital staff The meeting next Thursday sum on any not National less than or State five Bank(5%) in percent a '!. ZO WORDS OR LESS OXE INSERTION goe

for rehabilitation work among victims and H. C. Wall of St. Augustine night at 8 o'clock is being sponsored to of the the City amount of Starke bid, made Florida payable EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cDISCOIAT

of Hurricane Diane in the proposes to furnish a privates by the Starke Woman's Club must accompany each bid as a guar- OF 15 PER CENT O\ TWO OR MORE INSERTION*
t : S antee that the Eldder will not Kf 4nn1TIO 'I. FOR Ri.i\n' *ns OR *nO p.n.. nr, .........,. .....,.
northeastern states. room in memory of his parents and will be held in the club ..>S. withdraw- from- the competitionafter I -- ""

Miss Stump said that $66.27 of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. L. WalL house. The speaker will be Nathan : opening the bids and in the FOR SALE-14 ft. Culver Craft with WANTED-Lad>' School Teacher t >
the that have been acknowledged > event the contract is awarded to 25 HP motor. and trailer. Reasonable share hume Call 326.
Other Itchg
from gifts :Mallison, recreation director for .
raised came
Robt. V.
the total the Bidder he will within ten (10) Chapman. Camp
Starke Rotary Club- where a collection in the past are: the I the City of Jacksonville. Mr. Mal- I rJ' Ltd:' S\ 5 : days thereafter enter into contract I Itlandingr. Itp FOR REXT-Attracts"e 3I di i.

Wednesday for Junior Woman's Club furniturefor lison has been in recreation work .. and furnish the required bond fail- furnished house" on KingsirLake. -.
was ing which he shall forfeit deposit ,LOST-W..lding shield and metal Inquire at Telegraph Mr-
flood victims. The remaining $17 the hospital lobby; Senior .for 35 years and is a district director ;r as liquidated damages. The Bid I box containing welding rods; between 11. C. Bence, 23: St. John.Jax
individuals. The treas- Woman's Club furniture for the of the Amateur Athletic As- Bond and Performance Bond are'I' Coca Cola plant and Gum- 2u-he 9 9
came from required to be secured from an I Welding Shop. Please returnto
urer urged other organizations and nurses lounge; and BPW Club sociation. He will discuss ways IIiit .... .. ----- agency of the surety or insurance Joe Cumber. ltchg FOR SALE-Slightly used Westinghouse -
their contri- $50 toward furnishing bassinets.The 1 and means of forming and financ- company which agency shall have1 I Electric range. Exoelleir!
individuals to speed an established place of business in FOR SALE-I Wingate electricice condition, priced cheap. Slad.LICENSED .
butions so that Bradford County hospital board is gratefulfor ing a recreation program here and A. D. MRS. N. J. DAMS and family of Graham were among the State of Florida and be duly: :! chipper complete with motor. Gas C-.. ll'h
these gifts and donations and those licensed to conduct business there I $65.00, cost $165.00; 1-3 gal. electric -
will reach its assigned quota. that I will describe how other towns the attending the Taylor family reunion in Baker County recently.: in. s glasslined coffee urn with WELL DRILLER San:

13,000 families in the the members are hopeful size of Starke have met this chal Shown is Rep. John J. Crews of Baker County delivering the address Each bid shall be addressed to the plate $25.00. cost $110.00; I twinS Jordan. We guarantee Watei
More than in others will be forthcoming as the lenge. of the day. City Council City of Starke.: Florida gal. Cecilware glasslined coffeeurn Phone 5J96S, Melrnse. Fla. II 2WE :.
flooded states will require help I marked50.00O I with burners S65.0G. cost S350:
hospital nears completion. !, Gallon Elevatea '
1t1. rwnnstrnction._ and refurnishing I The meeting next Thursday has 1 water TanK City of :> 1 galutltzed3 compartment sink HAVE GOOD POSITION f--
.. I
..u. ---n ; II I i Florida" and delivered to tarke.\\ with two swing faucets $25,00. man of good reputation and character -
restoration described "non
small business I been as political, fice cost 65.00: 1 pair Stimpson delicatessen who can sell.
also makes a big difference in of the City Clerk, City of Refereu'enecessary. -
all candidates in the current scales graduation 9 cent Slade Gas .
of medical and hospitalbills but I. Starke. Florida. either by a representative > Starkt2tn '
payment Schools Begin labor requirements. A large herd of the bidder who shall to 1.40. J75.00, cost $! O.OO. All : ShotSE $
flood-caused ex city campaign. as well as all I''
present '
and other can use self-feeders, self-waterers'obtain a receipt therefor or by registered In excellent condition. F. R. Car-
office holders are invited. Each '',. mail with return receipt re- radine.. V. S. 301, 1 mile south of FOR REN'T-Three bedronn-
penses. and good pastures economically. quested. Lawte Fla. Itchy partly furnished. Cor Pratt and
civic club will be asked to send
Red Cross is asking for a whereas small! herds cannot. Labor' The Christian Sts. See MrsR E
The A 1955-56 TermsContinued two representatives to the meeting I'i,waive informalities City reserves the right to GOOD COTTAGE Three clear __Mundorff! at Stark N'ur-erv. luhgHEIL
national fund of 8000000. ranges from 14 man-hours per in any bid; toreject acres, completely woven fenced.
has and the general public is cor- I I any or all bids, in whole or in $400 full
already price. First tlrsten.ed. nn
of $2.000.000 $100 of in the North come
total pork products part, with or without
dially invited. i I cause and/or M T. Donovan Box IS.C.raham. New General Electric portableIroners
been allocated from its disaster ( from Page One) Editor Central States where herds are to accept the bids that in its judgment Fla. Up (including table and
) fund reserve. More than 49.000 I Those attending the meeting Dear : largest to about 25 hours in the I I the will be for the best interestsof chair Were S1009S! ; nrow J5i!> !I.".
City of
Starke Florida.
The of Starke is New
town small FOR SALE-Jerie-Guernse fresh 3/4 Ton General Electric Air
suffered property losses in had Tuesday night, as representing the where smallest.In CITY COUNCIL OF THE Oct. 7. '
famlies Lawtey 262 (last year but fast I would certainly South herds are Also Ford 41. 47 body. Conditioner was $379.95 now
1.300 homes were !Woman's Club, the school, and growing CITY OF STAUKE, FLORIDA. l.". S. 301. across railroad behind S2.4.95.
the si-state area: 273 at end of first month). poultry raising laborsavingand
like to see it laid out likea 9/2 3t 9/16 Joe's Prill. Edgar Currell.: lip New i Ton General Electric Air-
damaged. other were Mrs. C L.
and 20,000 groups and
destroyed Brooker 120 (decrease from II modern city; the streets and cost-saving equipment Conditioner was JJ09.95: now
Scholl, Mrs. Hogan Smith Mrs. NOTICE TO USED GriTAR and S179.95.
E. L. Mat- management practices begin to be APPEAR amplifier, $39.95;
Chapter 136)). .J. :M. Smith :Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. avenues surveyed out to the city In Circuit Court, Bradford County, at PAHMER'S. Itchg .G. J. MrGHIFF
thews states that organizationsand from limits and all not economical with a 200-bird flock Florida In Chancery. C;. .:. .'1'1'1.1 "C'I-S
125 (gain by numbers
Hampton -. Ruby Johns. :Mr. and :Mrs. Herb go Edna C. 100 "-. .
Gillham. fall
individuals wishing to share in and become even more so as flock Plaintiff, vs. Lon BIG MONEY OPPORTUNITIES forman M. MarLr. Fla.
120)). Thomas, Chas. S. Partin and L. : names. Then a stranger comingto C. Gillham, Defendant. or women in Starke. No experience Stchg l "
the flood relief program may leave 'Heilbronn 77 (decrease from I our town could find his way size increases. Case No. 10-1166 or investment needed.,
H. Gibson.
contributions with Miss Stump at The Agricultural Research Serv-I I \otlee To AppearTo No limit to earnings on established FOR SALE OR RENT-New three
I I around without any trouble at all. : Lon C. Gillham
88)). whose residence Watkins route. Write C. R. bedroom home on lake near Keystone -
Stump's Store or at the Bradford I And if the streets were surveyedout 1 1i ice concludes that the obvious need and address is: No. 75417-A, Ruble. Dept. 8-5. J. R. Watkins Heights. Phone 1US DiH
RJE (colored elementary) 339; Federal Penitentiary. Atlanta., Geor- Co.. Memphis 2. Tenn. f:. Pollinger.:
County Telegraph.W.C.T.U.. (colored high school) 119. I Week-End Holiday :i to the city limits in all directions -! for whittling down labor time in I.!I gia.You Itp 1111,

the citizens of Starke would'I small-scale livestock productionis are hereby notified that a WANTED-Position as Motor Court

'Lawtey Training .(colored) I. Will Be Widely not build a house in the streets a great challenge to agricul- tuit Divorce for and restoration of I GET YOUR I !Sharpe.operator 400 or W.Nurses Madison Aid. St.Florence lip
167 (gain from 144))
without knowing it. Use Call St. tural research. maiden name Safety Belts atSEYMOUR'S
decrease : has been filed against in the FOR RENT-Four
Thurston (colored) 66 ( you room house running
VIOLATES OUR Observed Locally and Temple Ave. to start numbering I above named Court and cause and water and electncit J2c(
ALCOHOL from 79)). from.I you are required to serve a copy of I 66" per month. L. B. Jordon, Rt 1 I.
STEWARDSHIP OF THE MIND (colored) 31 I our answer or pleading: to the complaint Box 4J7. rarkE'. Fla lip
Hampton Training To The Citizens STATION
DETHRONESREASON. have been a citizen of Bradford on the Plaintiff's Attorney
BODY. IT All courthouse offices bei
AND (decrease from 50)). will I I County for about seven I Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building I FOR SALE-Building lots on new
DETERIORATESIDF.LS closed all day Monday, Sept. 5, years Of StarkeI Jacksonville, Florida. I IManding Road. Also small tractsof
AND BENUMBS SPIRITUAL Wateroak (colored) 21 (decrease Labor and I don't know where to find :and file the original in the office of I acreage or subdivision. Vt mile

from 42)). Day. some of the streets by name yet. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or from city limits. Also good used
POWERS.C. The Board of County Commis- wish to announce that I before the I ATTENTION portable Underwood typewriter
IN Training School (closed Starke can be made a beautiful 3 day of October $35. Mrs. L.
( AUBREY HEARS Brooker sioners and the School Board will am a candidate for the officeof 1955 I M. Clark. Rt. 1, Box "
enrollment, 15. city by planning ahead. otherwise the allegations of said 449. Bessant Rd.. left at Call St.
NATIONAL ) year's
postpone their regular first-Mon- City Councilman. Complaint will be taken as con- bridge. 1 mile. Itchg

day meetings in deference to the Just an idea from a citizen of I Having served in this office ___ __ I
holiday. Both boards will meet Bradford County.- before, I feel that I am well $5,000 -: $10,000 $5,000 IS NEW HOMES

General Election Sample Ballot Tuesday Sept. 6. I -R. P. M. I qualified to serve you. AI! rJJ..J.Ju. "JJJULlJl! I II I $10.50 -- 6 MONTHSNO S.UUTOG.IIEJGIITS

Even the school children will If elected, I promise to 1' I Construction Marts immediately

Starke, Bradford County, Florida rate a holiday this year and no I Woman's Council f serve the whole people of our MEMBERSHIP FEES Price payment to \.t.ra.$50.00 (10OOO wltkUmonth. 4 wm one

classes will be held next Monday. : OF Christian Church 'town and can and will give 235.00 .t elo*!**. Noa
SEPTEMBER 13, 1955 This is the first time in several I the kind of service you havea Auto and Truck Liability Veteran mall down payment,
nominal amount at rloiinr. Balance .
Initials of Issuing years that the holiday has been To Meet Tuesday right to expect.Thanking Doyle E. CONNER lean than rent. Kitchen

Official observed in the school system. you for anythingyou equipment If desired C.m>letl.n
date November 15,
1055. Make
Labor Day is also one of the Members of the Woman's Coun- do for me, I am Insurance AgencyPhone your election .."'.
---------------------------- regularly scheduled holidays by cil of the First Christian Church
Signature of Elector I W. M. EDWARDS 283 136 W. Call St. FLORIDA REALTY CO.
Starke business men so most will meet in the sanctuary Tuesday -

------------- places of business will remain night at 8 o'clock for the I (I'd. Pol. Adv.) FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 16 Con- Of Starke

closed during the day. regular business and program I crete block, lie. Cement fl.<0 Real Estate Broker
!. The Circuit Court Of Florida per bag. Mortar Mix 1.25 per 355 Temple Awe. Telephone 3S3Marke.
City Hall, the post office, and meeting with the president, Mrs. Eighth Jndleal Circuit. ID And I bag. Bradford Engineering Co. Florida

General Election Sample Ballot the Florida Bank are also among W. L. Andrews presiding. Circle For Bradford County, In ChanceryNO.. phone 91. Starke. tf

Florida those observing the Sept. 5 holi One, Mrs. L. J. Kite, leader, will Angelo Ralph Demita Plaintiff lo-ms vs. I "I could spend the rest of my WOULD $100 A WEEK Interest you?

Starke, Bradford County, day. have charge of the program. Mrs. Maria Demita Defendant.DIVORCE life here, but for those wonderful Real Estate The a livewlre J. It. Watkins man, Co. Is seeking
House Newman is chair- a qualified
13 1955 program Order Of Publication And .Notice To dinners at the Guidon Grill." lady to distribute nationally advertised
SEPTEMBER Appear Tot 2 bed room home, SVi aere land products in Bradford
Initials of Issuing Rites ThursdayFor man.This Maria DeMita, Via Tofaro 14 33 pecan tree.. grape, orange County. Are you the one whom
meeting will mark the end Avelllno, Italy or whose last address You've touched our heart and hade tree. Situated near we are trying to contact? Write
Official I. L. Williamson, of the contest which was startedone and mailing address being un dinner hot, County He"pltal. Price IOU.OO. or wire us at 659 West Peachtree
known. your Term. St.. N.E., Atlanta Ga. 4tchg 9/2
Retired TrainmanIsaac year ago. All members are You are hereby notified that there We'll send by helicopterto
<: urged to be presept in order to be has been filed by Angelo Ralph De 8 acre farm new three bed room FOR SALE-10 acre farm, 2 ml.
3:" '. I Mita. Plaintiff in the above styled the spot!" ..0..... worL hop. poultry .0.... east of Starke. Has 7-room house
... Lawrence Williamson. 84. counted. Court a Bill of Complaint againstyou and barn. Price '4,OU.OO. Term with lights and water. Bath
.. ------------- : and the relief therein prayed room. 10%' cash. Balance lke!
; long time resident of Starke died A nominating committee will be
I for Is a divorce, A VINCULO ?fA T- Houe for rent and for ale atKingaicy rent. See L. G. Hemingway, Box
in a Jacksonville hospital Tuesday!selected at this time to present RIMONII, from you. Maria DeMita, GUIDON GRILL Lake. _293. Starke Fla. 4tt> 9/18
Sample Ballot morning after a brief illness. |the names of the new Council of- the defendant in this cause. NICE
aere Road
This is therefore to command :you on 100. 747 Rooted Missionary
:Mr. Williamson was born in i ficers at the Oct. 4 business meeting to file your written defense in said feet frontage. Make aa offer Strawberry plants for sale. $4 per
General Election Georgia and was an engineer with cause on or before Oct. 10 1955 filIng George Kopelousos, Owner I thousand. A. Swindell. The-
S the original in my office, and Starke Fla. Florida Realty Co. ressa 2tp 9/2
the Seaboard Railroad for 40 years sending a copy thereof to Samuel

Starke Bradford County Florida before his retirement several years "'. Getzen. attorney for the plain- -w Of Starke ,.,.,.*.._,q.... ___sjs...
COMMONSense tiff, Post Office Pox 81, Gainesville .
RURAL -- -
ago. He was a Baptist and a member Florida. Upon failure to comply I- fi-, Heal Estate Broker
SEPTEMBER 13, 1955 of the Brotherhood of Local- with this Order a Decree Pro Con- -- - -- 3d:; Temple .h.. Phone 383 / : ,
t fesso will be entered against :you Starke, Florida 'S_
motive Engineers and the Moose I according to law and this case will BIASRADIO

To vote for a person whose name is printed on the Lodge. I then continue in process. Ex Parte. .

ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of Surviving are his wife Rosetta SIDELINE LIVESTOCK I I Bradford This notice County shall, in be the published Bradford in And FOR nicely RENT furnished.-Cottage. Electric Four rooms refrigerator -

of the for whom you desire to vote. Kite Williamson of Starke and i NEED EQUIPMENT ANDhANDLING County Telegraph a newspaper and lights included $35. ----
the name person published in Starke. Florida for the Adults preferred. E. F. Nuern-
three sisters, Mrs. Sallie Clayton, I IMPROVEMENTA I I next five consecutive weeks. I burge, Kingsley Court Kingsley Evinrude Motors
Jacksonville; Mrs. Caroline Briggs Given under my hand and Seal TELEVISIONREPAIRS Lake. ftp 9/16

FOR MAYORFor Vaycross, Ga.; and Mrs. Mamie I farm labor study recently of ,this A.D.Court, 1955.OFFICIAL .this 31 day of August Parts .. Service

Young, Alachua. I completed by the U. S. Department ( SEAL) Charles. A. Darby BILL SOTO
Vote for one Funeral services held in i Clerk
Two Years were of Agriculture's Agricultural
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Thurs- i Research Service points up 9/2 5t 9/30 e SIGN SHOPOne Zimmel RunaboutsFRED'S

day afternoon at 2 o'clockith need for equipment and
I I IJ. a new CALL FOR BIDS Mile South

WILLIAM T. (Billy) JACKSON Rev. L. D. Haines officiating. Interment I handling methods especially adapted ::>0,1)00 GALLON ELEVATEDWATKH LOW PRICES On Keystone Highway

was in Santa Fe Cemetery ed small numbers of livestock. TANKCITY MARINE

WAINWRIGHTFORALDERMAN I I near Hampton. The study shows that it takes SEALED OF PROPOSALS STAHKK. FLORIDA will be received Why Pay More Phone 178-L CENTER

R. Active pall bearers were H. J. almost as much labor now as it by tHe City Council City of 20 Years ExperienceS All Types SignsSPECIAL
Starke, Florida until 8:00 P.M.
I I Hampton Jr., H. J. Hampton HI; did 50 years ago to keep sideline (Eastern Standard Time) on Tuesday Temple & Pratt Starke
September 20, 955. for the
Joseph R. Deckard E. G. Smith livestock-a cow a few chickens construction of a 250,000 gallon ON HIBISCUS. All good

Julian Smith, and J. L. Smith. or a few pigs. Progress seems to steel elevated water storage tank Phone 427-W varieties at Starke Nursery. Itp RUBBER STAMPS made
I complete with altitude valve cham- to order
have bypassed this phase of farm daters. numberera !
TED-Insurance Agent for notary seals
ber, connecting piping, and acces-
Chamber ing. Most of the commercial-type cones. DAY OR local territory. Phone 882, Lake stamps. Bradford County
Secretary S I Butler or write P. O. Box 316 Telelfraph. tf
For Two Years Vote for two equipment and better handling All material and equipment furnished I 920 Thomas St. Lake Butler. 2tp ,/% -
and all work performed shallbe 2 PAID
% ON
Will Plug Florida methods that have been developed SAVINGS KEY_
i in accordance with the plans. M_ STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE .
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I \ While VacationingVolunteer for livestock production can be I -' ---- ELECTRIC MOTORS HEIGHTS, FLA.. MEltfl.R .
I FTf(!.
1. E. CLARK used economically only with large- Rewound and Serviced

1 i members of the size herds or flocks. I America's Top Value! LET HAXDLB J.! D. ODOM.TOUR JB

W. MITCH EDWARDS Starke Garden Club and the Wom As might be expected milk General Machine Work All CATTLE AND! HOGS

en's Club found to be big labor Admiral Work Guaranteed Reasonable SALES _
are manning the Starke cows were
Live ... .
Oak Rich W ..,
I I Chamber of Commerce office from users. A hand-milked cow requires Rates G.laHYllle Each Friday

RUBY JOHNS August 8 to September 7 while 140 man-hours per year, on 3-SPEED RADIOPHONOi95 U

Secretary Marion Howe is on va- the average while a machine- RED SEAL

OVID G LEWIS \ \ cation. milked cow requires 111 hours.I ELECTRIC & MACHINE i I FOR SALE

Mrs. Howe while vacation Feed and litter carriers, barn I 89
on ,. I SLAG
''i has invitations to cleaners, stanchion drinking cups ROCK
W. H. (Billy) NOEGEL eral radio programs appear in New York sev- pipeline and bulk handling of milk I W1. GRAUDON, Owner, Mgr.

and Canada. She also will attend and maintenance of large herds All-new, fully automatic Temple & Pratt Ph. S97 Excellent for Driveways
\ all size records and Parkwavs
changer plays
J. W. (Jim) RITCH the Canadian National Exhibitionat and high-producing cows all make -
Toronto. for less work per unit of milk New rich-tone speaker system BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE-Rem-
$3.00 Per
I I produced.In Powerful Admiral AM Radio ington Quietwriter Portable Type- YardIn

JACK R. SMITH The State Advertising Commis- hog production, size of herd Mahogany or Ebony writer case.with Miracle Office demonstrator.Tab and carrying 5 Yard Lets
sion has supplied Mrs. Howe
$125 value. Yours for $100. Brad-
I I I with a number of motion picture I ford County Telegraph. tf Call

E. SPARKS films dealing with the State of $5.00 Down BILLY JACKSON
POP. RENT-Nice four bedroom
Florida. and she plans to show FOR OFFICE home on Kmgsley Lake. on a year !.
HERB THOMAS I I the films to a number of Northern round basis. V. Q. McCoy, Jr.. Phone 165
AT DAHMER'SSYINKLERELEcTRIC P. O. Pox 414 or Phone Fr-2-4361. I'
firms. OR HOM Gainesville. 4tchg 9/9

FOR SALE-Remington Rand Noiseless All Make All ModeM

Blanding Unit Member I typewriter.$;i5. Walter Excellent Martin Lawtey.condition aeaioaafcle CHAS.ekarjcM C. SHEPHERD- naraateet

I I &ioh@ 3tp 9fi yea w. ran .t. .
Takes Special Course I & IPOUNTAIN t.rfc> .. 2 $

SERVICE FOR SALE 6 ft. Frigidaire refrigerator POWER MOWERS
and medium sized deepfreeze For Rat and
'INDISKin / Sale.e
Guardsmen Cpl. Merrill Townsend separately or together. service what we selL.
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE Tiny's Service Station.
Strickland. / Phone 14S. Sty 9/2 Ave. Temple
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For Two Years Vote for oneE.THORNTON Mrs. Clayton Strickland of Kings- FOR RENT:-Newly redecorated I

I ley Lake, recently left for Aberdeen Your I 3-bedroom, 2-bath house. 2

Md., where he will take a''.I favorite blocks from school. 210 8th j BULL-DOZING -- FILL !

'\ \ I 12-week course in instrument re Point (Adkins) St Key next door. DIRT LAND CLEARING .
pair. The course will give Strick- i .,
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t land valuable training in optics and

precision instrument repair.He I Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways ;

is a member of the Blanding


AND TAX COLLECTORFor Men in the Blanding unit often I W. Madison St. Starke f
receive valuable in I Pu 356-W
training equip- 1
159.95 tstsS Sass
Two Years Vote for one ment maintenance and repair. I BRADFORDCOUNTY Evanston T1814R Sales ,

When Your TV Needs FURNISHED APATMEN'T for Rent.
I II and Service First floor--four rooms and bath. I
CARL JOHNS I I If OXE-FOK-ALL Ball Point Pen I Service Call 166 119 Madison St. Phone 137. tfchf {

f i iI Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Brad- ssnsnsnrsflsSSS555555rn SSSJS S rrStSStS PHONE 4U-J

ford County Telegraph. I TELEGRAPH 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida HOUSE Station.FOR RENT-Apply at Bus i

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