Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 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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Home Delivery Helps Eliminate .


Official County Publication Established In 1879


-J_, City Election Sam Awarded L. Renfroe Medical Conner Defends Stand

Ph-. r Expected To Pull Scholarship- --- I Of Small County Bloc

Heavy Vote HereA I ,

PT __II : Schedule Announced For Classes
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new record may be set for .

One of the biggest boosters for home mail delivery should undoubtedly be the post! office janitor. balloting in a city election here
In Adult Education
Thanks to home delivery scenes like the above, with the post office lobby literally knee deep in chain when electors go to the polls next ; ProgramAs I

store hand bills, are a thing of the past. With home delivery, aU mall must bear the street address of Tuesday to pick a mayor, two Vital To Rural
anda a result of the organizational in the northwest wing the USO.A .
councilmen chief of
the person receiving it. No longer can circulars be sent In the city simply marked "Box Holder." a of police I
city clerk. meeting held Tuesday nightin. leather-working class will be-
So-called "Junk mail" can still be sent to "Box Holder" on the rural routes, but post office personnelare
Around 1,900 Starkites are qualified the USO. several classes have gin Wed., Sept. 14, in the southwest Areas Solon
thankful that at least In Starke the littered lobby is a thing of the past. former Says
wing ( band
to vote almost 300 more been scheduled in the new Brad room) of ,
than were registered for the. 1954 ford County Adult Education the USO.

I I I election. program. Others will be addedin American history and government -I I A defense of the political philosophy -
City Will Bid :City Power :Commissioners Also contributing to the prospec- the near future. will be taught Wednesday I j| of so-called "small County '

tive heavy vote i3 the record fieldof The following ourses have been evenings in the northwest wing of.leaders in the current reappor-

:Set Hew Record nine candidates vying for two established for white adults (in- the USO. beginning Sept. 14. tionment fight was sounded by

I upcoming vacancies o" the City ., Mechanical drawing is scheduled Bradford
Discuss County Representative'
On TransformersAt Working 7 cluding young married students):
City sale .of electricity in August Council. Each candidate has a Elementary and high school general to begin Monday, Sept. 19, Doyle E. Conner In a speech before

hit the all-time peak of group of "friends and relatives," subjects, Tuesday and Thurs- in the southwest wing of the USO the Rotary Club WednesdayConner

$15,936 in August. City Clerk j and a big field of candidates us- lat 7 p.m. who
day i
PrisonersDiscussion evenings, 7 to 9:30: p.m., Mr.
Carl Johns stated this week. I County ually means a heavy vote. pk Wood's room, BHS. Students interested A typing course will be offeredat will be speaker ]

I The fact that this record is..} Likewise stimulating interest is in basic English and read- 4 p.m. on Monday and Thursday of the House at _

the result of a steady climb is a two-man race for the office of .. afternoons beginning Sept. the 1957 Legisla-
the. the .i. are requested to with
operation meet
of of
every phase 'shown by the July figure of $14- "politicallytouchy" Mayor with incumbent J. R. Wain', his 12 in the BHS typing room. Other live session. denied
until it
of the city was issue of working county I group can divided
Council -in a i 707 and that of June. 13600. prisoners right opposed by Councilman W. and additional facilities provided. commercial courses, including the opposi _
the on county roads and
; upon by City i Only once before Johns said, T. (Billy) Jackson. The latter Adults interested in typing shorthand, Bookkeeping tion's charges
night bridges featured art
regular meeting Tuesday have electric sales approached the I an otherwise dull did not offer for re-election to the _.L mayregistep i and business English will meet that smallcounty .-
usual session Monday, 12 at 7p.m.
the Sept.
as I of Board of ,
with the problem. County
power I new record set for last month. Council in order to enter the race in the USO Tuesday and Thursday evenings !I' interests arerfEt0 j
most attention. Commissioners here Samuel L. Renfroe 25yearoldson auditorium. The
claiming '
He attributes some of the In- for Mayor. 'at 7 p.m. j or
Acting on the suggestion of I At the outset of the discussionthe ( of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroeof music appreciation class will begin j
crease to the more widespreaduse Spice in the Council race has Additional courses will be scheduled
Jesse D. Thomas, engineer forRe"Dolds board was apparently split .Rt. 2, Starke, is one of 10 winders Monday Sept. 19, in the new BHS I I Li
of air conditioning equip- been added in the person of Mrs. { music within one week. I their
Smith and Hills, en- two "for" and three of medical scholarships pro- building. j
I the
ment but for the most part saidit "against" Ruby Johns, local businesswoman. ,' I!.! Adults who have not yet registered keep 1
on the new proposition. It was decided however vided by funds appropriated by Students desiring to take
gineering supervisors !
i .
is the result of more and more and believed to be the second' for the program may con- control of the State Senate from
plant the Council instruc- to postpone a decision in'the the 1955 Legislature. [Spanish may register at the USO I.I
power tact
customers. member of her sex to bid for a County Superintendent H. P. into the hands of the"big"
ted City Clerk Carl Johns to matter until "more information"could seat in the City Hall. Several Young Renfroe, who has just i on Thursday Sept. 15. Morgan at the courthouse', or passing counties.

place a bid of $2.250 with the be gathered. I completed his pre-medical course I The course in public speaking L. H.
years ago. Mrs. Florence Brown Supervisor Gibson at the
: said that metropolitanareas
City of Tallahassee for a used 1- Wall\ Confirmed Doubts were expressed at the made a creditable race for Coun-!at the University of Florida, will I will be offered Monday, Sept. 19,I I USO. He control the judicialand

500 kw transformer. Thomas ad- meeting as to whether the work cil. but failed to win. Political ')'receive up to $1,000 annually for already
branches of state
vised the Council that the trans- that prisoners would do might that I four' years in return for agreeingto Foster Shi Smith executive
prognosticators betting Two Bus Drivers
use- cost the in Florida for at least I government, one-half of the legislative -
former would be extremely county more than it was practice
For Draft-Head Mrs. Johns will be near the top; Elected ChairmanOf branch (the House), the
its distribution worth. It was five after his .
ful to the city in present pointed out that years graduation.He
of the heap when the votes are r;
I Named and the Rail-
Board state cabinet
lines and also in the prisoners who are worked must will leave this month to enter Soil SupervisorsFoster By
counted next Tuesday night. I c and Commission.
new one proposed. in switchingover be .supplied their shoes and clothing Vanderbilt University Medical road Public Utilities -
Male contenders for places on
President Eisenhower Tuesday two
lack votesin
to 4,160 volt lines. confirmed the appointment of Lt. and are also entitled to three the Council are: I. E. Clark W. College Nashville Tenn. Shi Smith was elected Appointment of two bus drivers "They the only Conner

Garbage collection too came square meals a day. Under cur- Mitch Edwards. Ovid G. Lewis. After graduation the ten students chairman of the Bradford CountySoil was the main item of busi- controlling Senate -
Cot Harold C. Wall of St. AUgus- i -
said. "If that
into the spotlight when the Council rent procedure prisoners who do W. H. J. W. Jim) who were awarded scholarships Conservation Supervisors in ness at an uneventful post Labor they ever get ,
tine and Starke. as Florida'sSelective [ (Billy) Noegel ( I
1 it will be sad for rural
learned that the present truck Service Director to succeed not work receive only two meals Ritch, Jack R. Smith, S. E. will be assigned to one of a meeting held Aug. 3, at the Day meeting of the School Board a day our

used for that purpose U costingthe daily a late breakfast and a Sparks, and Herb Thomas. !(Florida's smaller communities or home of member Lloyd Green. here Tuesday.Mrs. areas.
the late Maj. Gen Vivian i The Bradford solon said that
City more for repairs than I Collins. Gov. LeRoy Collins sent! main meal about 4 p.m. Working I Chief of Police W. E. Thorn-rural areas where adequate medical Other officers elected are: Sam Vesta Myrick was named

would the monthly payments on his endorsement of Wall for the. prisoners would also require an ton and City Clerk Carl Johns ( services are lacking. They McGarvey, vice chairman; LloydGreen driver of Bus 26, the former Ralph big-county when spokesmen are in-
correct distribution
truck. After discussion armed guard and an accompanying were selected the Florida State treasurer and Gainey route Griffis they say the -
a new position to the President last have nothing to worry about. They by ; George Hug- along Loop.

the Council requested Johns to week. vehicle. are without opposition for re- ,Medical Scholarship Committee on gins, secretary. Mr. Gainey is now a full time em- of race track funds will

advertise for bids on a 2-speed, Col. Wall has served as acting The Commissioners discussed the election to their posts. the basis of their scholastic records After a financial report by Bill ploye of the school bus maintenance not be affected 'if South Florida

power-take-off equipped truck.In selective service director since the matter with Sheriff P. D. Reddish Voting will be carried on for the'and their need for financial as- lass the group discussed a naw shop. the gains control of the Senate. "At

other city matters the Council -death of Gen. Collins on Aug. 22. and County Attorney H. V. Knight. first time next Tuesday in the sistance. legume achenomey. a plant similar Mrs. Guy Harrell was named much present time track Bradford getsas
: Prior to that he was deputy direc- The latter was outspoken in his Fire Station instead of the City} to a vetch which looks some- driver of bus 23 at Brooker. money as
Dade but division
Decided to investigate farther opposition to the proposal. Sheriff Hall. ]Red Cross Collects thing like the partridge pea and The board also agreed to obtain this equal is

the request by, various residentsof tor.Gov.. Collins in a letter to Reddish said that the number of Polls open at 7 ajn. and close ( which grows well on damp land. ., estimates on building a grease would statutory be and almost certainly
that the City Install in the county jail here 'Sufficient Funds changed with a .shift
a sub-division President Eisenhower transmittedthughnationIe1ecUve prisoners ,at 7 p.m. .. Haas also gave a report on the I pit at the bus barn. in -control of the > legislature"
culvert pIpe, furnished by ran only three. or four "on the ,1 I.ITrouhles.
residerits The .Council agre4that" Service. ". J. ,or- .. I _' Fpp Flood Need progress made on the FFXjrarsery :: Coqner warned. iHexsaid
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.. the ;", Director*.Lewls-'B. Hershey sal in the past it has been the In other actions the board: Faculty I chairm'an plots spoke on the convention .
f "CoL Wall has had of E. L. Matthews of wile
practice to do this work but discussed many years Instructed Clerk Darby to contact of soil supervisors to be held On The Double is open for interpretation -
/active responsibility in connection Bradford County Chapter, American -
when it that the Senate
the possibility that the con- Welfare Board in the interestof For Two Schools in Quincy on Sept. 13-15. I says
M with administration Red
of the selec- Cross expressed appreci- shall be ten
tractor who erected homes had\ Mrs. Wm. H. Green who asked George Kopelousos, owner of reapportioned every
Jtive service ation to citizens of the for
years on the basis of population"as
installation of the since her husband has
for the assistance, the
charged "He has done an excellent job, Following is the complete faculty the $140.55 contributed for flood Guidon Grill, and now acting "
Lightning DamageA
nearly as
I I practicable.
culverts, and that he should there-I been sent to a sanitorium. :I I
also .has a thorough knowledge of the for Starke Elementary and ;relief in the northeastern states. as his own contractor on his new- "There's a wide difference of
fore do the work. It was I Ordered bids prepared for
pointed out that, at this time, work involved and is held in high purchase of a new bulldozer, said I Bradford High School for the cur I This county had been assigned a bolt of lightning hit a tree est restaurant under constructionon I opinion as to what is practicable.

when the City's labor force is esteem by his associates and the I bids to be ready by October meet- rent year: I quota of $200. in the Pineluirst Sub-division last Temple Avenue, apparently is i Conner said. "I respect the opinionof

busy working on supply lines for citizens of Florida" the governor i ing. Matthews' advised yesterday Friday, traveled along power lines I having building troubles. I the representatives from the
said. Elementary by national Red Cross headquarters I Asked how he liked being his big counties but I also expect
the new hospital. it does not Discussed with county attorneythe 1st Grade Helen Malone De- and destroyed four hot water
: that further contributions own contractor
to do other no [ George replied: them to respect mine. I resent
any help available acquiring of a clay pit from ores McKnight, Madge Middleton, j| are needed since the heaters. The damage was covered i "I wouldn't build another cafe their accusing us North Florida

work. Humphreys Gold State Armory Board. ,Tommie Noun Edna Prevatt, 'American people have already by insurance. for a million dollars!" (Continued on Page 8)IT'S
Attorney to I
Turned over to City Requested A. J. Thomas Sr. Leola Roberts. I
pledged more than $10,000,000
Arch Thomas Jr. for appropriateaction allow county to push a garbagepit ,
Gives Pay Raise 2nd Grade: Evalyn Cooper Essie 1 !|.j for this work.
the matter of a local plum- on his property near HamptonLake. !
Anna B. Devlin Muriel
Crosby, j "This assures us of sufficient
ber who owes the City $287 Johns Other Benefits t Gay, Laurie Mullins, Minnie L. !j funds lo meet requirements in the ;
permits and sewer taxes. Asked the State Road Department -
Hooded "
Patray. states, the wire said.
told the Council that every effort I to erect "No Dumping" signson I .
3rd Grade: Geneva Franks Betty i"Please' take this opportunity to
to collect the money Humphreys Gold CorporationIrecently all state roads in Bradford .
on his part I I II .
H. May, Ernestine McRae, Lon-!j!l thank all those who have so willingly SAD \
has been unsucessful. I j: announced a general in-I nie Moench Justine Pellum Bet-i i contributed to this disaster 1
Agreed that D. W. Carpenter. ,,crease of five cents per hour for Asked Clay County Commissone- i :
ty Sargent. I[fund and the chapter and comI -
inspector handle the request all wage roll employees. An ad- to construct garbage dump in I
building ers 4th Grade: Lillie Bridges, John- 'munity I leadership that made this
of Olin White that he be'ditional, holiday (Labor Day) and I vicinity of Kingsley Lake to help TO SfLORIDA LLiLfei5MtTlkSEE \ [ : :
Walnut rie R. Green Edna M. Hart, Mur- :magnificent effort possible.
permitted to rent a home on '(:several other benefits were also !! clear up unsanitary conditionsthere.
iei S. Norman Lucille Payne Mar- I j I ,
home of Misses announced. j -
Street (former II < --- '-

Amelia and Olive Ray). Last year'I The bulletin to employees Agreed to allow Johnny Cowarto garet Peek. !'!j'!Rites Wednesday m,' '..' .-..... .' ': ;; : ----- : ::

Carpenter inspected the premises],;stated: I* reconstruct a cattle gap, recently 5th Grade: Cleo T. Andrews, For Woodfin G. Haile :. ., i!" ": *". 1" CASH TALK1K 1 !
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the building for; "All work the Lucile E. Brown, Eunice P. Searing -!|! "r !' '.. '"
and condemned performed in excess pushed out by county MSi ... .....t. }
fnOSfl6t\'H: ) : ,
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defects. The Council decided of eight hours in 24-hour it could be replaced when Ethel O. Sewell. Burial In GeorgiaWoodfin & .I" tf ) :
many I any i] .. jia' SAY XOTWMi (PP A VOV'ifi.
meet the I 6th Grade: Willie M. Denton, I l r4'1':: }! ...,. .., ,... : :
must .. I
that White in work the no-fence law into I It ? -
period week in new goes
any or A ,. .._... ... .......,... .......
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inspector -: Ruth S. Frazier, McDonald Grady Haile, 66, a "N f_" .
requirements Of the building I excess of 40 hours in any workweek effect Oct. 31.Instructed Madge rxERYMKr .... ... '.4 S..- t. ..%re'-flst" -
I resident Starke for the I 4 c... ..., .., '.'.........'"......!.-...4...<04.Fc
allowed to Kate Jack Waters. of past .... ..
before he i i3 | whichever is greater but i Clerk Darby to write Sheppard "" "' _.'0" .......... ...' -
rent out the house. I!not both, shall be compensated for ,(Col. Patterson of Keystone Heights Exceptional Students: Jessie L. 30 years. died at his home here J- ,'*..' *.".. .st 4 H''i .""' ,'''-.frfrt-...... ....1 -......... tv. a.irtrTSf ,. ...-, ... '
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of a' he be Young. Tuesday morning following an ...
Turned down the request at time and one-half. However ) his request that PAPER .. !. I' Ib< tq--

man doing some building work in any work in excess of eight hours j:given fill dirt from Highway 100 Librarian: Hazel D. Cressler. I illness of several months. .m a :: Morgan BrotheTBsSr.

a vacant store who had asked if i I in any one day, resulting from an overpass construction and thatcounty Playground Director: J. B. Dick. I Mr. Haile was born at Greens- J 4 .

he would be allowed to do electrical accommodation to the employee haul dirt to fill in Patter- Music: Vivienne Knight. [boro, Ga., Nov. 10, 1889, the son inttaiijnlHteatEuiljHit t "' ;: :.. ;'* : ST Ri
wiring in the building. Told(shall not be paid for at the over- ,son property on Crystal Lake. Principal: P. T. Nolin. .of the late Wiley F. and Cora ? T: ,".,, .,'. ?,? r- i,'" S te-t : _. -

Johns to inform the man that he.time rate, the bulletin said. High School Smith Haile. He had been em-

would have to obtain a license,!i,! In cases of plant-incurred in- i, 7th Grade: Jane Trawick, 'ployed as a guard in the State one-time rival, Pictured above is the masthead of the old "Florida Weekly Advo
Farmers To Elect Even though a cate" dated October 1898 when it was still being published in Starke.
else employ licensed contrac- in Blanche Edwards, Geraldine Du- Prison Hospital at Raiford for
or juries resulting absence from kinda sad to see a newspaper)
tors. i work the company will pay the 1 Mars Lawrence Blankenship. :several years until ill health forced it's Three years later the Advocate was moved to Wauchula and continued I

Heard a second reading of anf'difference between one-halt of' CommitteemenISeptember 8th Grade: Melba Partia JamesC. his retirement. die.But Advocate is no a lively career there until being consolidated with another paper

ordinance calling in old sewer employee's normal take-home pay Hobbs, Joyce Eollcn: V. R. Surviving besides his wife, Mrs. the Florida last week.

bonds and lumping them in the and the amount received from 16, 17I Ferguson. !Maude Curtis Haile of Starke, more.

$750,000 utility revenue bond issue .Workman's Compensation. This I II |i SHr- Grade: Maipiret Phillips II I are two sons, Woodfin G. HaileJr. Last week in a merger of I I at The Advocate was slow GooIS-1 ploye who had worked on the

recently) obtained. I benefit will take effect the next'1 A Special election will be held Eva Anderson, nub: M. Pekins, and Jack W. Haile, both of papers at Wauchula. the more by a good printer would paper since 1920. In announcingthe

scheduled work day following in- I''on.I September 16 and 17 to elect Ke! Hull. I I Miami; four sisters Mrs. :Marcus: than 50-year-old Advocate lost its I|lover and help The Telegraph I sale last week, Miss Smith

Rites ThursdayFor I(iury and shall continue no longer the Bradford County Agricultural ll/th Grade: M/rivin Long Ava I Hollis and Mrs. J. J. Davis both identity bought by a group of ,,"catch up." I said she needed a rest after 35

than the duration of Workman ':Stabilization and Conservation Edwains Marin Payne Charlie i of Rutledge, Ga., Mrs. L. A. McCoy business men. Wauchula now hasa Finally, the young printer from!:years without a vacation and

Mrs. Martineau, j Compensation benefits. 'F Committee for the 1955-56 program C'owm. I of Charlotte N. C., and Mrs. newspaper known as The Illinois recognized the futility of ["you just can't rest around a

Resident Of GrahamMrs. I The following shift differential year. This year, for the llth Grade: Tom Casey (asis- R. L. Dial, Albany, Ga. er ld-Ad.Ocate: ; but the old trying to make a go of a second [newspaper shop." She's right.

schedule was announced: I i first time. farmers will receive tant principal) Shepard M. Faser, I Funeral services were held Wed-I Florida Advocate as such,. is no I newspaper in Starke. He. came i Rising Costs Blamed

Neva Martineau. 57, a 1 Day shift 8 a.m. 4 p.m. .I'their ballot by mail. The ballots TJella; Kosenberg, Claude Johns. .nesday morning at 10:30 o'clockin more. 'I to The Telegraph with a proposition. -I In the first issue of the Herald-
1 the First Methodist Church of Maybe you're wondering why editor would I Advocate, the new owners said:
resident of Graham for the past none. will be returned by mail or' 12ta Grade: Lewis Juister. Har- If Matthews

five years, died in a Gainesville ]I Second shift 4 p.m. 12 midnight brought into the office. land Fpvow, Ralph! Knight. which he was a member. Th. The Telegraph feels the way it pay the cost of moving his equipment "The merger of two Wauchula

Hosptial Monday night followinga 4 cents. This committee meets regularly Agriculture: P.lul.C.. Hutchins i pastor, Rev. Robert D. Sommer does. Perhaps it's natural that Goolsby would take The :newspapers is a partial result of

born !n Third shift Joe G. Wood. officiated. one newspaper should show a Advocate south in search of economic conditions which have
short illness. She was 12 midnight 8 a.m. during the year to act on mattersI of :
3 1893 6 Education: Following services here the body tinge of remorse at the death pastures. This, of course, 'forced mergers or discontinuance
Battle Creek Mich., July cents.iHome the interest of a satisfactory Physical : Lennnd : greener
and was a member of the ]I I agricultural conservation programfor Register, Winton E. Criswell, NinaB. was taken to Rutledge. Ga. where another. But after all you say The Telegraph was delighted to I'II of many! newspapers throughoutthe

:Methodist: Church. |i I For Marcos I Bradford County. A farmer Andrews Margaret Phillips. :I raveside services were held Wauchula is quite a ways from do and Matthews gave Goolsby nation. As recently as 10
: Starke. and I years Bartow, Avon Part,
Besides her husband Philip I I committee has met and i Library: Marjorie Lee. Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock the "staggering" sum of $25 to I ago
nominating I
j Under I in the Well it's like this you see: Sebring, and Arcadia all had two
Martineau of Graham. she is survived -] Construction j selected the following 10 names Music: Mona Cinova. Rutledge Cemetery. Inter- move his meagre equipment to
( i used to i
Mrs. Chas. Home Economics: Barbara I ment followed in the family plot The Florida Advocate Wauchula. In that thriving farm newspapers each. Now each of
by a daughter i'to on the ballot:
1 appear .
Polter of Glendon. Md- and twaj Under construction for Dr. and !!: E. D. Allen. Rufus Alvarez Bunch. there. be published in Starke more ing community, now county seat I these cities has only one.

sisters :Mrs.: Thomas Stewait Mrs. Seymour R. :Marco: is a three 'Raleigh Conner, N. JDavis, I Band: M. C. Thompson. Arrangements were in charge of than half a century ago. I) was a of Hardee County but then a partof "Production costs of publishing

East Palatka, and Mrs Barry bedroom, ranch style home on I'Henry B. Hinson E. L. Kelly, J. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral! Home. started here before Rev.1900 P.V.by DeSoto the first issue of The' newspaper have advanced steadily -
Baptist minister the since the end of World War II
Highway 16 (State Farm road Advocate in its new location roll-
Moore Baltimore, Md. W. Kelley, Lester Kite. Marklee Drivers Must Active pallbearers were E. K. several -
Funeral services were held In Some time ago Dr. Marco pur- and J. B. White. Buy Corr, and changed ownership ed from the press on March 15, until they are now double or more
chased 45 acres the Starling New LicensesBy Ferryman, E. L. Matthews, O. W. times before finally falling 1901. what they were. The financial
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Thursday comprising Five persons will be voted on.
morning at 11 o'clock with !Adam Green place, and it is here i The one receiving the highest October 1st White Sr.. T. H. Slade John A. into the hands of George Illinois.Goolsby Neds A Rest investment required to publisheven
a printer from a weekly has
Rev. Robert D. Sommer officiating. (that the new home is being constructed [number of votes will become chairman Torode. and Ovid Lewis. young Xo Room For Two It wasn't much of a paper in than newspaper "
more doubled in that period.
Interment was in the family ., the second will be vice- That driver's license you're car-' Goolsby soon found that Starke, those days but industrious printer It's the same old story but

plot in Oak Hill Cemetery Palat- Dr. Marco, Starke optometrISt. chairman and the third will be the rying around in ;your bill fold To Open Bids at the turn of the century, was Goolsby kept it going and finally it's still kinda sad. A news
has already started herd of The next two'will built it into one of the neatest
ka. a I regular member. won't be good for operating a hardly large. enough for two paper's death seems almost like

white-faced Hereford and Black be alternate members. Farmers vehicle after Sept. 30, County The City Council will hold a newspapers.: The Telegraph, having and newsiest weeklies in Florida. that of a person. Sentimentalistshave

Childrens CommitteeThe Angus cattle, and plans to I are urged to vote and return Judge T. A. Yawn reminded the special meeting on Friday at 5 been established in 1879, was GooLsby died in 1925 leaying even said that newspapers

crease their number in the m-I[their ballots so that the farmers' public yesterday.The p. m. at the city hall at which toq firmly entrenched to be the paper in the hands of his have a souLGeorge

Bradford County Children's' Ben F. Hall is contractor on ,,choice will be elected. new licenses, costing $1.25 time bids for cement work for the seriously bothered by the new- widow, Laura, who served capably Goolsby probably

committee will meet Tuesday home which will be completely I Each farmer has the privilege this year instead of the formere comer. Goolsby and Eugene S.. as its editor and publisher until thought so too even as he

noon. Sept. 13, at the Methodis'tRecreation : 'i air conditioned and heated for of entering another name on the> $ went on sale Sept. 1. Through floor of the new power plant, and Matthews, then owner of The! her death 11 years ago. After pocketed that $25 Gene Matthews

building for the. regular -(year 'round comfort. Completion'date ballot if the nominees are not|Tuesday: 704 had been sold by : also for a foundation or the cooling Telegraph, became friends despite that The Advocate passed to gave him to move The Advocate

luncheon meeting. is set for November. satisfactory to him. 'Judge Yawn's office. I towers will: be opened.: their ri'alry.hen business ,Miss Anyce Smith, a laithful em- from Starke in 1901.


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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO You are hereby notified that a PAGE TWO
editorialDeath Notice is hereby given that the Divorcehas -
Farmer's DiaryBy undersigned under the provisions of been filed against you in the Order Of Publication And Notice To.lppeart To Robert Dale Hamilton. whose!
i Chapter %0.953. Laws of Florida, Acts above named Court and cause and Mate of Florida To residence and address is: unknownYou .
of 1941 wUl register with the Clerkof /ou are required to serve a copy of Arthur Wilson whose residenceand are hereby notified rnat a
Sam McGarvey the Circuit Court In and for Brad- your answer or pleading fi the com- address is: 1203 Tijeras N. E.. nit forDivorce
ford County, State of Florida, upon plaint on the PlaintiffAttnney Albuquerque N. M. and restoration of maiden -
May Be The Price receipt' of proof of publication of Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark ETuilding. You are, required to appear on name
October 3 1955, in the above
The men who serve on this bodydo this notice, the fictitious name of. Jacksonville Florida, Court and named has been filed against you In the
Florida Realty Co., of Starke (Not and file the original in the office or cause wherein plaintiffseek above named Court and cause and
01 That 'Lift' To School"It's ( so without recompense of any Inc.) under which we are engaged the Clerk of the Circuit Court on divorce. you are required to servo a copy of
kind and it is inspiring to think in business at 355 Temple Avenue, or before the 2 day of October, Bradford County Telegraph shall your answer or pleading to the
a perilous road between home and school Starke, Florida. 1955; otherwise the allegations of publish this Order in next four complaint on the Plaintiff
that there thousands of similar
are. Guy Andrews, W B. said Complaint will be taken as weekly issues. Attorney Hans G. Taeniler. Jr.
unless you teach your children to refuse to ride organizations all over the A. J. Thomas, Sole Owners.Sewell confessed by you. Witness my hand and official seal 109 Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville -
with strangers." country devoted to the interestsof Dated this 17th day of August, This notice shall be publishedonce at 1955.Starke, }Florida this August 31, Florida,
A.D., 1J55. each week for foul consecutive and file the original in the officeof
This was the word of warning sounded this protecting and conserving our 8/19 4t 9/9 weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph (OFFICIAL,SEAL As Clerk) Charles of said A. Darby the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 3 day of October.
magazine supplement of na- soiL Jhr Marian L. Crnsby. Deputy Clerk
week in a newspaper Dated this 26 day of August. 1955. 1955; otherwise the allegations of
S e NOTICE TO APPEAR1m Chas. R. Hess, 201 Guaranty Life said
tional circulation. Clrtmlt C..... Bradford Co..ty. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chance A. Darby Bldg., Jacksonville, Florida confessed Complaint by you.will be taken a*
At the meetings there usuallyare Florida Im Clerk of the Circuit Court. Attys. for PIt 9/2 4t S 25
"Every year scores of youngsters get into t Chancery.Alber 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ; This notice shall be published
some tall tales told, D. Crews, Plaintiff,
pretty TS. Nora once each week for four consecutiveweeks
serious trouble by innocently accepting rides from We had been under the impres- and this one was no exception. H. Crews, Defendant. 9/% 4t 9/2S NOTICE TO APPEAR la the Bradford County Telegraph
of them sion that the rainmakinggenera- Case No. I. rirmlt Court Bradford County,
the author cautioned. "Some 10-1167 la Circuit .
strangers, Foster Shi Smith won the prize Notice T. AppearTo Court Bradford County.Florida Florid.! I. Chanrcrr. Dated this 29
day of August 1931
tors have been turned off for a i IB Chancery.
die. Others suffer physical and emotional shocks with his account of a citrus tree : Nora H. Crews, whose resi- Francis R. Wilson Plaintiff, vs. Ada vs. Robert Elizabeth Dale Hamilton Hamilton Plaintiff Defend, (OFFICIALSEAL) Charles A.Darby
while but
learned this week
that scar them forever." In either case, resultsare we he has on his 60-acre grove southof dence and address is. \Vaycross. Arthur Wilson, Defendant.Case ant. Case No. 10-1175 By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Clerk Court
that have
they been in operationat Georgia. No. 10-1179 .rlee T.
tragic and there is no better time than the intervals since the project was Bradford County that is eightto Appear ,;'Z 4t 9/SI }
nine feet in circumference.
beginning of a new school term to remind parentsand started. We heard, too, that thereis
Come to think of it, the tree
teachers, as well as the boys and girls them- an announcement to that effecton ,
would have to be big to bear up ,
the bulletin board in the court- '
selves. under the enormous sized fruit he
So serious is the problem that some schools house. Anyhow, we had some pret- says it produces. x./: i/

have inaugurated regular "Beware of Strangers". ty good rains this week, althoughthe IN MOTOR TRANSPORT
water table is still low.
programs. In Quincy Mass.. for instance, no Alice's brothers Ed and Frank
for home with enjoyed their stays in Florida
to leave
school child permitted It looks right now as if the pros-
child knows him. To as- with us so much last year that
any person unless the pects are good for a bumper pe-
both of them and their families
sure this protection, the child is brought face to can crop here in Bradford Countyand $
are planning to come back this LEADS THE WAY
face with the person in the principal's office. adjoining areas. Not only coming season. Frank is planningto
Pa. will there be a good yield we are
of Abington Township ,
The school system make Florida his home. Ed is :
told, but the price should be good
has gone a step farther. It has prepared a hand- going to farm here in the winter, ,
-that is, for good nuts. This
book on the subject for distribution among the week we heard that one buyer and up at Tom's River, N. J. in I /, '
these five re- the summer.
students themselves. Listed are contracted for a crop at a priceof .
S e *
minders: 30 cents a pound and we sure
1. Never accept rides or gifts from strangers. hope that others do as well. It We'll bet that right now there ..T 1'V
bus driver, that other states are a lot of folks around here ,
2. Report to teacher, police officer, seems will not ,
loitering footor have a good crop, hence the good that are "taking pills to keep
seen on
or parents, any stranger prices for Florida's nuts. down the berry 'ever." Every xlwe' ...
in a car near schools, playgrounds, or other :year it is the same way Growers l-
places where children assemble. Vow that they will never againset I S
J. White is
B. certainly "sold"on
3. Try to secure the car's license number; out another plant, and yet
using tankage fertilizer on citrus -
write it with a pencil or scratch it in the road witha trees. He said he used< someon come this time. of year, they get
stone. the fever, and first thing they
the sidewalk with a sharp
stick or on a tree, and that it responded
4. Try to remember what the stranger looked almost immediately, and is grow- know they've got a patch going. .M .w... ; h ,.,...
One exception, though, is Wade
like and how he was dressed. ing now like a weed.Incidentally y, r -.. .
Gaskins, who made a bet that he .7 -
5. Go to the police officer in time of trouble.He S e e wouldn't set out any berries; he (t ( %Y.
Alice learned from
is a friend. didn't set out any, collected his
The Abington handbook also urges children to Joe Kerrigan that house plantsdo wager, and made more money
well if watered with -
very a
leave for school early enough so they won't needa weak solution made from tea. that way than if he had planted. >

lift. And it warns youngsters not to stop and She uses left over tea and the S .

play between school and home. tea leaves to make a gallon of We're going to bed up this ,

"If your child must walk a long way to school, solution, and waters the plants week, and start setting plantsout -
he or she should go with other children, not with it for about a month and then as soon as possible. We don't CMC! de lure tew Hdrt-< -btic VI runaboutNew ,; Yoe' H Ie Blw QI' edlef
know how many runners-we have,
goes back to using plain water.
alone, the handbook warns. The results but we'll set out what we have,
The importance of this precautionary program 5 are*amazing.. and have to buy some 90's.

cannot be overestimated. Anyone who reads his The well diggers are doing a school of thought about trucks

daily newspaper even casually has been shocked thriving business these days. We Has anyone else besides us .

time and again at the tragic consequences of see their rigs at work all over driven along Highway 301 near '
Blue runabout-with its obvious fitness for and playtime fun-
THIS family use
children accepting rides with strangers. And yet, the county, and we talked to a Lawtey during or right after a smart Chip J

many parents neglect to warn their children suf- man this week who said he has heavy rain lately? It is practical. .. denies that a truck must be just a work vehicle. And, with its Hydra-Matic* efficiency and longer

ficently in this regard."Don't been waiting for months to get ly another inland waterwaynotas life, it brings lower costs as well as distinction to your business. See us about one! 1
the street without looking both one dug. Looks like water-some- wide as the St. Johns River, but
cross thing we have always taken for in places just as deep. The only HjJr-\titic undjrd tu mfj mtjtli; tptttmlft tttrt a* M IBM *las
is advice to give youngster but t
granted-is getting more important thing that saved us the other

don't let it end there. Be sure to add that all- as time goes on. night when it was raining so hard See us, ho, for Triple-Checked used Trucks

important warning: DON'T RIDE WITH .e. was that Nellie Belle has a wooden -

STRANGERS!" Attended a meeting of the Brad- body and floated through the

ford County Soil Conservation deep holes. Looks like we'll haveto SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIACSOUTH
Supervisors this week at Lloyd get an outboard motor to put

Back To Church SundayNext Green's home, and Sam was elect- on the tailgate, if somethingisn't

Sunday, Sept 11, has been designated as ed vice-chairman of the group. done about it soon. WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE, FLA.

"Back to Church Sunday" throughout the Nation -

Thp Starke Ministerial Alliance is joiningin Home Demonstration =

this ovement and as well as non-

members are urged to give it theirwholehearted, Notes

support.In a message to his congregation one local min- ) ; 1 I byDOROTHY ROSS w. 1. "Billy" JACKSON'S

ister said: "Now with vacations over and chil-
dren back in school things can run on a more Demonstration Agent
normal schedule. Will you not put forth a spe- I

cial effort to be present this Sunday? Some of September Brings To Us In the course of dental exami- \

you will be at church regardless of what Sundayit September brings to us school nations, each woman in the surveywas PLATFORM FOR MAYORBilly

is. I hope the rest of you will try doubly hardto starting and the ending Of many rated on her ability to chew
things we've done all summer. well One-fourth of the women in
back to church on Sept. 11. It would bea
member who September also happens to be their 50's and 60's and nearly half Jackson has been your City Coun oilman for six years. This year he is step
thing to every pos-
thrilling "Better Breakfast Month"andit of those 70 had
over conditions of
ping out of the Council race and is a candidate for Ma'or.Some .
sibly can to be present this day. is rightly named! With school the mouth that were considered

Actually, of course there should be no "vaca starting and vacations ending for unsatisfactory for good chewing. of the major issues that Jackson has stood for and will continue to fight for

tion" from church-going at any time, but human youngsters and adults, it is timeto Difficulties were caused by miss- are as follows:

frailty being what it is, some of us are prone to focus attention on breakfast.It ing teeth, dentures that fitted

be a little lax during the so-called vacation months. has been proven that we poorly, or painful conditions of 1. Industries for Starke. He worked and assisted all concerned to get Big Dad

But now's the time to get back on a "normal work better, learn better and are teeth, gums or jaws. AS might be Manufacturing Company to locate in Starke. He welcomed and encouraged Hercules

schedule." Back to Church on September 11! less nervous apd tired by mid- expected the younger women in Powder Company to come to Starke. He welcomed Humphrey Gold Plants both in Camp
morning when we eat a good the survey rated better in dental
Blanding and Lawtey.In .
breakfast before leaving for examinations but a tenth of thosein

California; Sweats It Out school or work.A their 30's and 40's were unable speaking in behalf of the City of Starke, he appreciates the National Guard

good breakfast doesn't mean to chew food well. being at Camp Blanding, which we all know, brings a nice payroll into the community, i

Looks as if the record-breaking Californiaheat hours in the kitchen. A simple Even with good corrective mea- therefore stabilizing the economy of all businesses and professional people, including: i;
wave has given Florida an edge in the continuing breakfast can be a very good one. sures, some of these women would the working man.

argument over which has the most salu- Here are some menus simple to still need carefully planned diets,

brious climate. prepare and ;yet giving the body emphasizing soft Or liquid foods. 2. Jackson has fought against tough opposition to have the proper enlargement of ,

Daily maximum readings in Los Angeles last approximately a third of its daily Some of the shortages of essential our City owned Light Plant. Thru a long fight and with the help of our people in Starke t

week were 101, 110, 108 and 103. The 110 seta needs Orange: grapefruit or tomato nutrients which the survey disclosed who realized the need of additional power, the City was able to purchase ample generate .

new Los Angeles ,heat record. Twentysevenheat juice, prepared cereal with bananaor were caused by inability to ing power to keep the City's customers supplied for the next ten or twelve years. At

prostration deaths were reported during the raisins, cheese toast, milk for chew such important foods as the present time a building is being erected to house the five 1000 KW generators which

week, and the torrid temperatures were a factorin cereal, milk to drink for young- some meats, for example. the City purchased from New Bern, N. C. The generators were purchased at a tremendous -

some 200 other deaths. Losses "to" poultry and sters, coffee for adults. .,- - saving to the City. When installed they will furnish ample power to take care of '

rabbit raisers have been set at three million dollars Make cheese toast by slipping - -- ---.--, -.- any new industries that we can get to settle in Starke.
bread under broiler to melt sliced
and citrus and vegetable damage is so vast cheese. Now Open 3. Jackson fought for sewer and water extensions which enabled Saratoga Heightsand
been calculated.Far .
that it has not yet the misfortune of Stewed fruit, scrambled eggs Pinehurst subdivisions to be built in Starke. He fought for extension of sewer

from gloating over with sausage, cinnamon toast and water in Saratoga Heights in which construction of 45 additional homes are underway
Florida's rival for the tourist trade, we sympa- milk for all, coffee for adults. SMITTY'SBARBER at the present time.

thize with California in its trying ordeal. We Orange juice, hot cereal with ,

think that it does prove one thing, however, and honey or brown sugar, toast, but- SHOPCourt 4. He also worked and assisted anyway he could to bring about the Street Pav-

that is that Florida's climate, on a year 'round ter, milk for all coffee for adults. ing Program in Starke. He will assist any way possible to get 3'/2 miles more of badly

basis, has no equal in this country perhaps All three breakfast menus are Street Opposite needed paved streets in the city limits.

not in the world for healthfulness and com- easy to prepare, yet full of food Court HouseS
heat values to start your day and that 5. During the rush period of construction Jackson initiated the idea of buyinga
fort. How deaths from prostrationhave
many of your family. Remember that small drag line for sewers and laying water lines and a truck "A" frame for setting
Florida If there have
of in ?
heard YOUR
you ever adults need nourshing, too-to be PATRONAGE
light poles. These two items have saved Starke several thousand dollars in labor and
been any at all our efficient chambers of com more effective at living, workingand WILL BE GREATLY also helped rush our street and housing
merce must have conspired to keep them secret, playing. Ward off "battle APPRECIATED

for we can't recall having heard of a single one. fatigue" by starting the day witha 6. If elected Mayor, Jackson will work in close co-ordination with the Police Department -

So if the mercury in your thermometer hits an good breakfast. Weight watchers concentrating on efficiency and courtesy. He will endeavor to have a police

occasional 91, just grin and bear it. Ninetyoneis too.need Then to you eat a aren't sound breakfast to D. H. SMITH man on duty where and when mostly needed. He believes we should have more men
still a long way from 110. "sample" along as you cook or Owner & Operator on night duty and less in the day time. If the City will permit, he will recommend our

between policemen to attend a short course in Police School.
eat meals. Both -
of these
_n __ _,_._. __ ..'..
So far Bradford County has raised little more things add calories galore without
7. Jackson will strive to make Starke a cleaner and safer place in which to live.

flood than victims half its in assigned the northeastern$200 quota states.for relief Florid-of dinner your table ever! sitting down to the ,_ _' ,- ._ __ _u __ He will support a recreation program for our children, also assist the Garden Club

ians know what it means to have their state Be wise and smart-send your Wash Your Clothes anyway possible to beautify our City.

torn asunder by the elements, leaving death and family from home each day with 9 Pounds 8. Our Chamber of Commerce has been active in helping the growth of Starke.

destruction in their wake. Floridians most of enough fuel to last until lunch I Jackson being a member, and in the capacity of Mayor, will work in close cooperationwith
time. You will all
all should come to the aid of suffering sister do a better job at work happier and school.and For 40c! the Chamber program, always encouraging new people and new industries to set-

states, since we have had more than our shareof Teeth and Food Habits tle in our community
Red Cross assistance in the past. If feelyou'd FREE Bleach If Desired!
you How the diet affects the teeth 9. When an issue of importance comes up, Jackson is not a fence straddler. Healw3's
like to help, contributions may be left with has long been a topic of research takes stand.

the (Chapter Chairman, Miss Lillian Stump. and discussion. But less has been We Will a

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question-how the teeth affect Dry Your Clothes

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. the diet. This is of particular con-

1879E. cern to the increasing numbersof For 20c ForLARGER
older people in our population -- CLEANER AND A MORE PROSPEROUS
because the food they eat-or In New Automatic Driers!
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER don't eat-has so much to do with

i PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY their health and well-being. Please Elect

Both the kinds and amounts of
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. food eaten by people may dependon The Washeteria

the condition of their teeth.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES W. T. "Billy" Jackson for Mayor
ONE YEAR 30O SIX MONTHS 1.75 The Minnesota Experiment Sta-
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERrD AS SECOND CLASS tion conducted a nutrition surveyof Temple Ave. Starke
a group of women 30 to 92 _
..,_IIIIIJIIIE"T"--r.'I! !: : : C Cana\ !.ITtKeNeR9! Naa61a SmlAaCahBtilt4rTM1, ;: ... ."'Jlt.+9Me years old.


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tTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAW.TEY. R. Wilkinson of Palatka attended''''ficafiona' may be purchased from 'Mister Roberts' Coming To Florida
':'Reynolds, Smith and Hills Architects -
services at the First Baptist and Engineers for the sum I'I'I
church Sunday night. |'pot $UI: per set, which will not be'refunded.
\ '' .
Individual copies of the
:Miss Arthurine Blanchard of 1;specifications and partial sets of
Jacksonville spent the weekend I'drawings'' may be procured for ':.00

By 5Irs. Joyce; T. Futch with her sister Miss Enza Blan-''[''per copy and $0.50 per sheet. respectively -
I not refundable.A
II I chard and father, A. M. Blan- I Bid Bond properly executed by ; !
chard. ,the Bidder and by a qualified Surety &
or a certified or cashier's checkon
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Devore of Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'any National or State Bank in a UpJidaving.

Atlanta, Ga., spent the weekend:, W. Fred :Moore were Mr. and 'sum not of the less amount than five bid, made(5%) pay-percent SC I, : '4 yCi

with the J. R. Devores. I Mrs. David Moore of Jacksonville, 'able to the City of Starke Florida,
I '
The Joe Starling family, and and :Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle 'must accompany each bid as a guar- )
antee that the Bidder will not i '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling, of Wildwood. I
Andrews [withdraw from the competitionafter ,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson j J opening the bids and in the t FE' wz NUTLEY Colored QuartersMargarine
event the contract is awarded to .
James Starling in Starke. and family visited Mrs. Carl Hills-d the Bidder he will within ten (10) z f'

Visitors at the home of :Mr. in'St. Vincent's Hospital sun- days thereafter enter into contractand
furnish the required bond, falling -
and Mrs. Willie Griffis last Sunday (day afternoon. Mrs. Hilliard is which he shall forfeit depositas

were Mrs. Brownie Austin of recovering rapidly from her recent liquidated damages. The Bid 1 e
Bond and Performance Bond
Highland, and Jim Hamilton of operation. required to be secured from an '

Macclenny.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt agency of the surety or insurance Y.

and Mrs. B. E. Reddish were Sunday dinner guests of an company established which place agency of business shall have in

spent the weekend with th.eir son- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper at the State of Florida and be duly

in-law and daughter, Mr. and their home on Kingsley Lake licensed to conduct business there- (sane See, 1-lb

Mrs. Jack Pons, in Tallahassee. They with the Harpers were vi- in.Each bid shall be addressed to the I A4P 2
at 37c
City Council City of
Sun- Starke. Florida Sere
Miss Mary Julia Futch accompa- siting in Keystone Heights marked "250.000 Gallon Elevated ore Ctns

nied them to the home of her day afternoon.. t Water Tank, City of Starke

uncle and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. J. Mr.and Mrs.Bobby Bennett,and I Florida of"the and City delivered Clerk to City the office of- William Powell, Henry Fonda, and Jack Lemmon are picturedabo.e

P. Wyrick. Miss Futch, will resume -]I;[I son of Daytona spent the. week- Starke Florida, either by a repre- in an intent scene from 'Mister Roberts' opening Sunday at ,

her studies at FSU this end with Mr. and Mrs. Buster I obtain sentative a receipt of the therefor bidder who shall,i the Florida Theatre for a three-day run. PILLSBURY White !
or by reg
Bennett and Mrs. Hattie Darley.j istered mail with return receipt re Yellow and Devils Food A&P Fancy GRAPEFRUIT I

fall.Recent guests of Mrs. Georgia I Little Peggie Siemer is confined ,'quested.The .City reserves the right to Order Of Publication And Notice To publish this Order in next four SECTIONS 2'-lb Cans 23C
Ann Sapp were Mr. and Mrs. Er- to Alachua General Hospital,waive informalities in any bid; to Appear Mate of Florida Tot weekly issues'
nest W. Duston of Starke, and in Gainesville. We wish for her I reject any or all bids in whole or in Earl W. Webster, whose residenceand Witness my hand and official seal CAKE
part with or without cause, and/or address is: 2101 Elmwood Street at Starke, Forida, this Auggust 31,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Hill of a speedy recovery.Mr. to accept the bids that in its judgment Barwyn. Illinois. 1955.
Jacksonville. and Mrs. R. W. Thomas will be for the best interests You are required to appear on OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. -sarby Ann Page PREPARED
of the City of Starke, Florida. J October 3. 1955 in the above named As Clerk of said Court. MIXES I
Mr. and Mrs. James Andersof and daughters Nancy and Bar- CITY COUNCIL OF THE Court and cause, wherein plaintiff'II By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Palatka were Labor Day week- bara, of Palatka have recently CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA. seeks divorce custody and control Erie L. Griffis Holt Building, Mac SPAGHETTI 220!-oz Cans 29C
of minor child.Bradford
9/2 3t ,
9/16 Florida.
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. moved into the Gibson house that County Telegraph shall |I Attys. for Plf. 9/2 4t 9/23:! 17 oz ,
Anders. occupied by the Jim Tanksley NOTICE 1O APPEAR 70C
was In Circuit 3
Court Bradford -- -
Mrs L. H. Hill of Tice spent I family. The Tanksleys have moved Florida IB Chancery County, "'--_ ,_ .__ __ ___ H ",__'_ ,.,1:1: ___ __ ._ _., J CAKES DEL MONTE
the weekend with her brother, to Athens, Ga. Edna C. Gillham Plaintiff, vs. Lon
I C. Gillham Defendant. FANCY KETCHUP 14-0% Bot 19C
Harold Pearce. I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillipshad Case No. 10.1166

Principal and Mrs. Hugh B. as weekend guests the Fate Notice To AppearTo

Ingram Jr.' and son, David, spent !Redd family of Macon, Mr. and dence: Lon and C.address Gillham is: No.whose 75417-A resi-, TV ServiceAU'Vork

Sunday afternoon at Jacksonville Mrs. James Phillips of Tampa, Federal Penitentiary Atlanta Geor- A&P Pure Concord SOME STRIKE FLAT CAN

Beach. .Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips, gia.You
| are hereby notified that a
Mrs. Volley Reddish had as recent -1 and Mr. and, Mrs. Leslie Phillipsof cult for I GRAPEJUICE 33CDAILY

guests },Ir. and Mrs. Ed Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. David maiden Divorce name and restoration of Guaranteed Free Estimates

Sherrick of Pennsylvania, Mr. and Hagen of Salina, Kan. has been filed against you In the
Mrs. Roy Reddish of Webster Recent guests at the home of above named Court and cause and Fully Equipped ... Dependable
you are required to serve a copy of
Mrs. Eve Godwin and Mrs. Helen Blanchard were Mr. and DOG FOOD 2Can isc
A. M. your answer or pleading to the com-
Wallace of the State Farm. Mrs. Fred Dye and sons and Bryan -,plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney All Makes and Models
Lloyd Base 302 Clark Building,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey spent Dye and daughter Lorelei all Jacksonville Florida

the Labor Day weekend with Mrs.iCasey's I of Ft. Lauderdale. and file the original in the office of 24-oz Can
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or TALCO
brother-in-law and sister Labor Day weekend visitors at before the 2SC
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and the G. W. Roberts' home were otherwise 3 day of the October allegations 1955; of said SCRATCH FEED Mb bag 99c

son, Jody in Hendersonville, N. Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts and Complaint will be taken as con-
son Ricky of the State Farm I fessed by you. Radio Seat Covers '- Upholstering

C.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Sapp of and the Merrill Struth children of This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive 239 Starke Fla. GIANT
Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Starke; weeks In the Bradford County Tele Phone ,

thur Pearce last week. Glenn Ann David Kelly arrived last week graph.Dated this 26 day of August. 1955. ANN PAGE TIDE Giant Pkg 67C

and Jimmy returned to Miami from Lakeland to spend his vaca- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby .

with their parents. tion with his parents, Mr. and Clerk of the Circuit Court .', _.___._._._____. _l_ _,_ ,___._,_._.___._._.__..:. GRAPEJAM
Marian I
By Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Terry Futch was Saturday Mrs. Hermie Kelly. 9/2 4t S/2J i SUPER-RIGHT .
night guest of his brother, Ben- Alan Thames of Charleston, S. Only Two For Sale -
ton Futch in Starke. C. spent the weekend with his a Circuit Court Pr ad ford County GROUND BEEF Lb 39c

Markalee Raulerson of Waco, brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Florida IB Chancery. .

Texas is visiting his parents :Mr. Mrs. R. W. Thames. They all attended .argaret F. Lynch Lynch Defendant.Plaintiff VS. Vlnnt PINEHAVEN HOMESONE

and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson. Mark- the rodeo in Trenton on Case No. 10-1098

alee will hold services at his par- Sunday. X.tlee To: Vincent To Appear F. Lynch whose res-

ents' home Sunday afternoon at idence and address is: 1679 York I -- 2 BED ROOM LbJar wi iTEGHoAcorr Lb 29cCOPELAND'S
Avenue. :New York New York. 2 39C
3 o'clock. The public is invited. wvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvIJIGELAND You are hereby notified that a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyles suit for divorce $350.00 Down PaymentPLUS
has been filed against In the
spent the weekend with,Mr. Lyles' above named Court and you cause and
parents in >; 'ostproof.We you are required to serve a copy of CLOSING COST PURE

are glad to report that NormanAAAAAAAAAAAfAAAAAAAAAAfA your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to Attorney the com- I PORK SAUSAGE Lb 39cORANGE

Mr. Jim Moore has returned to By Mrs Lacy Samuel W. Getzen P. O. Box $1, ANN PAGE .
Gainesville Florida, ONE 3 BED ROOM
his home here.
He would welcome
and file the original In the office of
visits from his friends. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
I E. C. W. or before the CENTER CUT
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wilkinson Rev. and Mrs. Harvey :26! day of September 1955: $400.00 Down Payment SUPER-RIGHT

and son, Herby, and Mrs. W. C. Hardee Francis Eunice and otherwise the allegations of said I Lb '
Joyce Bennett have returned from i Complaint will be taken as confessed PLUS CLOSING COST PORK CHOPS 69'Lb

Ridgecrest N. C., and all report j ja I This by you.notice shall be publishedonce I

time., j each week for four consecutive MARMALADESUPERRIGHT
joyful Now! Now
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of weeks in the Bradford County .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosely Telegraph. WESTERN

Jacksonville spent the weekend I 1955.Dated this 19th day of August, New Government, Regulations Will Require Larger 1- Half Whole -

I here witb/home folks. I-OFFICI.\.SEAL);Charles A. Darby 2 I LbJar LOINS or 49c ,
Mr. and Mrs. Devert Griffs of Clerk of the Circuit Court DOWN PAYMENT 39C
: 9j Jacksonville visited Mrs. Callie By Yvonne H. Norman. Dep. Clerk
t rkr 8/26 4t 9/16
Griffis Sunday afternoon. -
and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and NOTICE TO APPEAR For Rent \
Mr. U Circuit Court. Bradford County, \ '
children of Green Cove Springswere Florida In Chanrerr. Fresh California

recent guests of the Lacey Catherine Walter Agnes W. Fry Fry, ,Plaintiff Defendant., vs. |1 One -. 2.Bed Room Home One .- 3 Bed Room Home

Normans. I Case No. 10-1161 IN PINEHAVEN '
I Notice To AppearTo ANN PAGE Apricot, SEEDLESS
of Mr. and
Leon Carter, son : Catherine Agnes Fry whose
vx Mrs. Louie Carter and L. C. Kel- residence and address is: 3418 34th Contact Peach or PineapplePRESERVES
Street Astoria, Long Island New
ly, a friend of his are on a two- York.

week vacation trip to Mexico. suit You for are divorce hereby notified that a WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO. GRAPESLb

Mrs. J. D. Boone who is em- has been filed against you in the .

tJ ployed at Macon, Ga., spent the above named Curt and cause and Phone 286 289 or 462 ; s
I you are required to serve a copy of + *.

f II weekend here. (,your answer or pleading to the complaint ....._._._._._._._ _._._ ____ ._._.__._.__... t nr
The Homer Smith family and on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
L 1 Gerald R. Hart 202 Smith Lb Jar 12C
j the H. F. Higdon family enjoyed'I ing. Jacksonville Florida .. .- ., *. 2SC
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Labor Day at Strickland's Land- 'and file the original In the office
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ElectE. on or before the
ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Crews of 26 day of September. 1955; APPROVED ENGINEERED Sweet RipeHONEYDEW
otherwise the allegations of aId! .
Jacksonville spent Saturday with Complaint will
be taken as confessed -
I. CLARKTo Mrs. Maggie Crews. by you. FACTORY FACTORY Each 39c
This notice shall be published i
W. C. Hardee and family spent nce each week
for four consecutive Golden Yellow ;, "'"
the Oscar Van- veeks in the Bradford .
Labor Day with County Tele-
The rraph. SERVICE PARTS Our Own
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Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Wor- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
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Woman's Club" Sylvia Alvarez Weds Michael Pickering Beta Sigma Phi I I fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYIBAYLESS .

Plans 'Program In Church Ceremony Last Friday EveningS Cancer Closet I

Of ActivitiesAt I, Opens SaturdaysBeta i READThe

the recent luncheon meetingof I By Anna Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj
Sigma Phi's Cancer Closet Article AboutSTARKE
the executive board of the
located I
next door to the Coca-
Starke Woman's Club there was
Cola plant, is now open on Sat- i
every indication that officers and Mr. and Mrs. H. !
\ B. Kelly and I
Gladys Mooty urdays from 3 to 4 p. m. Anyonein
Phone committee chairmen were hardat need of [family. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cros- j
35 supplies for a patient
work planning activities for by and son. Robert Mr. and !
suffering with 1rs.1 in
cancer, may call : St'ptember.s&T
the new club year. The president, during the i.Bobby Crosby, Mrs. Marcus Conner -
appointed hours
and !
Mrs. C. L. Scholl, asked that I and children, and Mrs. Bulah '

Jr. Woman's Club. Buffet Supper special emphasis be placed on S plies place are their now request.on hand Some and sup-the i I Kelly attended the Kelly reunion:''

membership, attendance and par- i I i,at Putnam Hall last Sunday.
Provides Funds Given For Members. WL sorority will try to obtain any I I
ticipation in club activities. Ii i Mr. and Mrs. Harold ownJournal'
; thing needed within a week. Crews and
For School LunchesThe With this in mind the
opening .Af- I Beta Sigma Phi is in great ,Nancy spent :Monday afternoon in
meeting on Sept. 14 will feature need of old white cotton Jacksonville I'j and were accompanied '
Junior Woman's Club held and Mrs. L. N. Pickeringwere the "Club Woman" and a timely \ or linen .
." :materials for making !!| home by Miss Alyce Crosby.
its first meeting of the Fall sea- hosts at a delightful buffet program has been planned by the ? dressings. Any white !|who spent the weekend with her
son at the club house Monday supper party Thursday evening of Citizenship Committee with Mrs. ; that is material folks. .
absorbent is
night with the president, Mrs. last week at the Officer's Club Kate Sheppard as chairman. This 1i e J. acceptable.All .
I Marcus Conner I
contributions will be attended the1sing
Doyle E. Conner, presiding. The at Camp Blanding honoring Miss program will include a preview of \ for. if called
I you will phone Betty Deas at Fairbanks last Sunday.i
members voted to raise annual Sylvia Alvarez and their son, 'r
the latest fashions, make-up and ,:"f"i'J -' 'at 224-J. I I
dues to $5. Fifty dollars from the Michael Pickering, whose mar- hair styles for fall with club members ,, :" -..;>.. ', # "....., f Rev. H. C. Martin left Sun Now On Sale At
riage an event of Friday : :"' day afternoon for Graceville,
Thrift Shop Fund was appropriated was eve- serving as models. I
to be used for free school ning. The supper followed the wed- Committe chairmen appointedby \:, Barbara Bradley (where he will attend Bible School. KOCH'S DRUG

lunches for needy children. ding rehearsal of the honored the president include Mrs. R. Has Birthday Party I The regular monthly mass meeting -

Mrs., Luke Feeney's resigna- couple. A. Green, parliamentarian; Mrs.A !i was held last Thursday night I I' DAHMERSBC.TELEGRAPH

tion as Thrift Shop chairman was The club lounge was decorated Z. Adkins spiritual leader; .-, rj'i / \ Barbara Bradley celebrated her'at Hampton. ,
announced and Mrs. M. H. Shep- attractively with greenery and Miss Clara Leamon, press book; birthday at a party Saturday I Remember Young People's I

pard appointed to fill the vacancy.,, flower arrangements. The mantlewas Mrs. T. B. Harding, courtesy; r Y4t' evening at her home on Redgrave Meeting every Saturday night at ,I

After the business meeting, refreshments centered with a lovely arrangement Mrs. Herbert Thomas, year book; St. 8. Other church services as usual. I

were served by the, of white gladioli and i'Mrs. E. K. Perryman, budget; and Appropriate games were played Rev. Malcolm Galbraith pastor. ..-::, :.!---iiUA1iF

hostesses, Mrs. John Anderson blue, mums in a crystal bowL The Mrs. M. L.. Carter, grounds.Mrs. 11 during the evening and re- -
and Mrs, Eldon Hardy. tuffet table was overlaid with a A. Russell Norman, first freshments served. I-

white linen cloth and centered vice president, has selected as r' G Delores Cloversettle, Mrs Clyde

with a miniature altar of styro- her chairmen Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Sanders and Florence Loper as-

Hall Reunion RAt foam decorated with blue net and Citizenship; Mrs. P. T. Nolin, international ," .....<;. ;1.r: -,' _sisted Mrs. Bradley in serving I I I
Kingsley LakeA lilies of the valley, forming an relations; and Mrs. D. -'}".. the 22 guests. GUM CROSSTIES
arch under which stood a minia- Paulk, youth conservation.

picnic lunch, swimming, and ture bride and groom. Serving as chairmen under Mrs. tr bra;_ x
bowling were enjoyed by those The bridal table, where the M. W. Cressler, second vivce presi- ; :t ternity.

attending the Hall Family Re- bridal party wag seated, was dec- dent, will be Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Among the out-of-town guests 1 Black -- Sweet or Tupelo
union held 'at education Mrs. Duncan were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jay
Saturday, Aug. 27 orated with fern and blue and ; K. G. I
Strickland's Landing on Kings- white nosegays carrying out the music; Dr. Florence Jennings, i4 Sr., Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dunn Sr.,

ley Lake. Those attending were: motif of the bride's chosen colors health, 'and the newly organized Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kesterson
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hall; Mr. for her wedding. department of fine arts will be Tommy Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. R. SAWED OR HEWED

and Mrs. E. L. Youngblood and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hatcher Jr. under the chairmanship of Mrs.L. of the loveliest weddings i I with puffs of silver and blue tulle D. Dunn Jr., Mrs. Bessie R. Town-
children; Mr. and Mrs. Quitman H. Jennings., of the season'was the marriage of completed the costume. I send, Mrs. Tom McGraw, }Ir. and
and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas
Hall and children; }{r. and Mrs. assisted Mr. and Mrs. Pickeringin Third Vice President, Mrs. W. Miss Sylvia Patricia Alvarez to Mrs. Pickering, mother of the I Mrs. Virgil Mathews, all Of Jacksonville F.O.B. Our Baldwin, Fla. Plant

Lawton Youngblood and children; Hogan Smith, announces her Michael Joseph Pickering, which bridegroom, wore a formal gownof Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Homer -
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hall; Mr. welcoming the guests. chairmen as Mrs. J. M. Smith took place at 8 o'clock Friday melon colored nylon jersey Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Jack-

and Mrs. Joe Parkin; and Senator Forty-two guests enoyed the af- finance committee; and Mrs. Ewell evening in the First Baptist over nylon net and taffeta. She son, Miss Ann Leslie, :Miss Dee
and Mrs. Paul Kickliter and chil- fair, including Mr. and Mrs. Mil- Lawson, house committee.Mrs. Church. The Rev. Lewis D. Haines wore a halo headpiece matchingher Entenza, all of Jacksonville, Mr. I No. 7x9x8'-6" $$2.25

dren, all of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. ton Lang of Miami, uncle and J. A. Griffin, fourth vice officiated at the double ring cere- gown. The gown was compli- and Mrs. Edward Jay Jr., Mr. and

Clyde Hall and daughter of Houston aunt of the bride.Elementary president, includes as her chair- mony. mented with a corsage Of white Mrs. James McCoy, Burke Jordon, N0. "

Texas; Rev. and Mrs. Wil-, men Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, program; The bride is the daughter of rose buds and silver and blue net Gerald McCoy, Miss Jean Jordan, 7x8x8'-6" 2,10No.36x8x8'6"

bert Hall and daughters of Live' PTAThe Mrs. W. H. Nollman, social; and Mr. and Mrs: Ralph B. Alvarez, puffs.A Miss Connie Bishop, all of Gaines-

Oak; Mr and Mrs. Martha Rat- Mrs. Herbert Ritch, library. and the bridegroom is the son of reception was held in the ville, Jack Buie, Guy Johnson,

liff and children; and Mrs. Ferdi Bradford Elementary PTA The membership committee will Mr. and Mrs. u N. Pickering, Starke Woman's Club immediately Gilbert Wilson and Harry Williams 1.80

Pacheco and daughter, all of Miami will meet Monday night Sept. be under the guidance of Mrs. both families of Starke. following the wedding. The club of Jacksonville Beach, Mr. !

; Mr. and Mrs. Odell Hargisand 12, at 7 o'clock in the cafetorium Paul Bridges, chairman. The} sanctuary of the church room was beautiful with floor and Mrs. William Siprelle of Keystone I

children; Brownie and Eddie for: a covered dish supper. Other members of the execu- was beautiful with pedestal bas I baskets of white gladioli, pea Heights, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Hall Jacksonville kets white cock E. Reddish and Ray Reddish of Must be Cut Full, Contain Only Sound Wood and be
of ; and Miss tive board are Mrs, W. B. Sewell, of gladioli, silvered blue pompoms and silvered

Betty Youngblood of Tallahassee. Executive BoardThe secretary, Mrs. J. R. Kite, cor- plumosus fern and peacock blue plumosus fern, against a back- Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver I Fresh Cut, Seasoned Ties Not Accepted

This was the first reunion held responding secretary, and Mrs.P. pompoms against a background of :ground of palms. The bride's table and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore'

In but Executive Board of the J. Quattlebaum, treasurer.It palms. A myraid of aqua blue can- was overlaid with a peacock blue and family Waycross, Mr. and

made many to make years,it an annual plans'were eventin Women of the First Presbyterian was decided to sponsor a dles in Cathedral candelabra that i satin cloth draped with white ny- Mrs. T. E. Strickland of Belle.I

Church will meet in the Sunday meeting on Sept. 8 at the clubhouse were entwined with silvered Sou- ,lon net caught at intervals, forming Glade, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Langof

the future. July 28, 1956 was School building, Saturday, Sept. to stimulate interest in a thern smilax cast a soft glow over"i scallops, with sprays of aqua Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Al- SOUTHERN MOODPRESERVING

chosen: as the date and Strick- 10, at 4 o'clock with the president, recreational program for young the setting. The family pews were(I blue pompoms, tuberoses and blue varez and family of Perry, Jackie

land's Landing as the locationfor Mrs. K. G. Duncan, presiding. All people. The speaker to be Nathan marked with large. white satin satin leaves and matching stream- I Alvarez of Perry, Mr. and Mrs.A. "

next year's reunion. members are urged to attend. Mallison, recreational directorfor :ers. A beautiful three-tiered wedding I CO.
bows.While L.
Dyal, Mrs. O. P. Dyal and i
the city of Jacksonville. Mrs. the guests were assembling cake centered the table.

W. Hogan Smith was appointed Mrs.: Levy Canova, organist, ,Topping the cake was a clusterof Harold T. Lang of Jacksonville, ,

"AMANA FOOD PLAN"SAVE chairman of the committee in rendered 'a program of nuptial white tuberoses, lily of the Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Beville of I I P. 0. Box 308 Baldwin Fla
music and the traditional wed- and white satin ribbons. Plant
charge of the meeting. valley City, Miss Linda Shiver of

TIME WORK FOOD MONEY ding marches were used. Tony The cake, resting on a reflector, Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. R. .
Gonzalez, soloist sang "Because," was surrounded with peacock blue
Baptist Circles Alvarez of Fort Myers. I
"I Love You Truly," and "The nylon ruffling interspersed with I I IL.

R. A CRAVEN. FOOD CONSULTANTP. Met Lord's white tuberoses touched with . ___ .
TuesdayCircles Prayer. -- h "
: L. N. his blue. the I --- .-. - -- ,-" _._ ,__._ u"n u _' __ ._ ,_,. __ __ -oJ'_. __,,'.
0. Box 942 Starke, FloridaOr Pickering served son Balancing arrangementwere
ContactWINTER'S of the First Baptist as best man and ushers were Ger- three-branched candelabrry'

church met Tuesday follows: ald :McCoy and Edward Jay, Jr. holding lighted aqua blue tapers,

Lorena Epperson Circle met of Gainesville, Ralph L. Alvarezof at the base of which were spraysof ReElect

FROZEN FOOD CENTER with Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. Mrs. H. Fort :Myers, Richard C. Dunnof blue pompoms, tuberoses and I

4551 St. Johns Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. A..Lawson led the devotional, us- Jacksonville Beach, Bruce Mat- matching ribbons. The silver trays
ing as bet topic "Walking with hews of Starke, and Homer Lewis, were decorated with nosegays of

God." The program chairman, Jr. of Jacksonville. blue pompoms, tuberoses and satin J. R. Wainwright .
Mrs. C. A. Darby, presented the :Miss Dorothy Alvarez attended ribbons.

program on "our Aims for the her sister as maid of honor and The two punch tables were

New Year. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mrs. Ralph L. Alvarez of Fort identical to the bride's table with

THEATRESTARKE dismissed the meeting with prayer. Myers, sister-in-law of the bride, the scallops being caught with I
served as matron of honor. The satin bows. The tables were cen- YOUR MAYOR

The Lottie Moon Circle met honor attendants wore long formal I tered with silver punch bowls

at the home of Mrs. Edna Hutchinson gowns in peacock blue crystalette.The around which was silvered plu

Dedicated To Community Service with Mrs. Harrington as co- long Dior bodice featured a mosus fern intermingled with pea-

"Movie Are Better Than Ever" hostess. Mrs. W. B. Mundy used portrait neckline with' folds of cock blue pompoms.The The Candidate who will Serve All The People in a Fair
Psalm 115:1-8: for the devotional j the fabric forming a bertha collar receiving line stood in the ,

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad reading. Mrs. Don Neal, program highlighted in the back with a i lounge in front of the fireplace.The Sound and Concientious Manner. He has the Time Ability and

cut ad out and present it to Box Office forFREE, TICKETSSat. chairman, assisted by Mrs. Eva large double bow and wide hem-(. mantel held a beautiful fan- ,

Anderson, Miss Delores McKnight, line streamers. The full gathered .shaped centerpiece of white glad-
., Sept. 10-ONLY Sun., Mon. and Tues. .and Miss Dorothy Alvarez pre- skirts were poised over matching)ioli, blue pompoms and silvered Experience and is Not being Run by a Few, for the purpose of

DOUBLE FEATURE Sept. 11, 12, 13 sented the program. taffeta. They carried fan-shaped 'leaves. At each end of the mantel

@ Mister I The Doris Knight Circle met bouquets in white, silver and pea-I I were three-branched candelabra Serving a Few. k< : i t

n at the church with Mrs. N. S. cock blue. The background of the holding acqua blue burning tapers.I

Tracy ((5pencersa/) $: Dankel and Mrs. P. T. Nolin, hos- bouquet was of white satin tubing Mrs. Garl Mathews and Mrs.

In n PS mc- .... .. tesses. Mrs. E. S. Beebe broughtthe !I with sprays of white and silver Tom Harding greeted guests at He will serve all of you Fairly and Impartially.
IU.lna .LYA ste.& devotional from the 3rd Chap- satin leaves and tiny berries of the door and presented them to

....' ter of James. Mrs. J. T. Lawson peacock blue. At the base of the the receiving line composed of ,' '
.'WIL 'l. RObertS. introduced Mrs. Mary Bollingerwho fan were peacock blue tinted car-; Mrs. Alvarez Mrs. Pickering, the -T" :_ -- .- -,-.' ,. ,. __ _- -' - : :": :: =-- ',-:- --= /
presented an interesting pro- nations from which fell showersof bride and groom, and the bridal

t 'is an absolutelywonderful gam on "Community Missions." white satin ribbons. They wore: attendants. Inviting the guests to

I Annie Armstrong Circle met at headpieces to match their bou- the refreshment tables were Mrs.L. .
J the home of Mrs. E. A. Yancey I quets. G. Powell Mrs. F. B. Beard and

== picture that will with Mrs. Paul Raymond, leader,I I Serving as bridesmaids were Mrs. Lex Green. Cutting the bride's

presiding. Mrs. J. E. Hardy cake were Mrs. :Milton Lang of
'- live forever in gave :Miss Linda Shiver of Jackson-
the devotionals. The program en-,I ville, cousin of the bride, Miss Miamiand Mrs. Owen Dyal, Sr.
GEN the minds of titled "Community Missions" was .Dolores McKnight and :Miss Helen of Jacksonville. Keeping the

given by Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. R. A.(Haines of Starke, and Miss Patsy bride's book were :Misses Pauline
AUTRY all who see itCHAMPIONS Colson and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran. II Mathews of Jacksonville Beach. Gay and Clair Jean Mundy.

,.,," ,, Hostesses were Mrs. E. A. Yanceyand Their dresses of peacock crysta- Presiding at the punch tables

*( c dO. Mrs. John Deas. lette were identical to the honor and_ assisting in serving were Mrs.

attendant's, with matching bou- Paul Raymond, Mrs. Homer
ltr"'r1lr.... Lewis Jacksonville Mrs. W. J.
Plus "FhherIans \VSCS quets and headpieces. of ,
Luck" Cartoon Meeting
OilfBOJI s Dodd Jr., Mrs. R. C. Dunn of / l
and Latest World News Little Mary Sue Thomas and JI
C 1L'' I 1 Held TuesdayCircle Martha Jo Deas attended as flower Jacksonville Beach, Mrs. V. V. v J
''' MRS. CARL ROBERTS Hazen, Mrs. E. D. Tenly, Mrs.
18E'I' .. ) girls and were attired in pea-
One of the Methodist Cula Coran, Mrs. B.' T. Thomas,
Ltra cock blue gowns identical to thoseof :
l'rl1ltfdnl' r .. Wed., Thur.-Sept. 14, 15 WSCS met Tuesday morning at the honor attendants. They Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. W. B.
(, ., .... 10 o'clock in the educational Mundy, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw,
carried baskets
filled with
*t, AMANO tovaaAca rose
t AunTnooucnoN Mrr building, Miss Amie Coburn hos- Mrs. Harry Hatcher Jr., Mrs. M.
petals. Harry Hatcher, III, served -Have More Fun
\ tess. Mrs. W. H. Sinclair will review F. Hazen, Mrs. T. E. Strickland,
/-GARY ring
-And- the Study course book, Mrs. J. C. Kesterson of Jackson- and Save More
The bride
given in
"Within Two Worlds, at a cov- was
COOPER ville Beach, Mrs. D. L. Thomas,
( I Z I i t ered dish luncheon, Oct. 17, at' marriage by her father, was radiant Mrs. Randal Chitty, Mrs. Lowell Miami. Fla ____ ':.':::5 New Orleans, LaAtlanta 11.":$ WlBstoB-Salem,

10 a. m. Mrs. W. E. Middleton in a gown of exquisitely Mathews, Miss Vilda Moore of Tampa, Fla. ____ 3. :3Galnr.vfUf Ga. s.f\O IaX'IIC1' -T 11.1.50
: I French .r,a" *D.. _
wrought imported Chantilly
a i INGRID gave highlights on the 15th An- Waycross, and Miss Aliese Law- Fla .55: Columbia, S, C._ .60 1A1I. to., Ky. 14.45
RANDOLPH SCOTT. niversary of the WSCS. type lace and pleated nylon son. Playing piano selections dur- Lakeland Fla. 3.3flubnrn.. Ala.AtheBH. __ 6.80 Tu ealoo. Ala. 8.55 ,
BERGMAN tulle. The entire bodice, Tallahassee Fla. 3.70UrLand. Ga. ____ 7.80 Tnckegte. Ala.- 7.25:
DINAH SHORE 'I Circle Two met with Mrs. M. scoop ing the reception were Mrs. Rod- Fla. __ 3.40 Menu o., !i, C. __ 8.25 GainritUIe, Ga. *W
W Lance at 3:30: with :Mrs. L. neckline and sleeves were en- ney Hall and Miss Joan Furlong. Winter Park Fla. 3:;.1cw Maron GaItalelKh. < ____ .35 (.rrrotinr, S. C. foj.>0
Se GYPSY ROSE tEE hanced with sequins and tiny seed > York >. 1', :0.00 >. C... 10JK Charleston, S. C. 7JO
t I EDNA FERBER'S D. Green as cohostess. Duringthe After spending some time with
.. I pearls. the
back-paneled voluminous
BOB business meeting there wasa skirt their guests the young couple left Finn V. S. Tax-Sate 10% on Hound Trip Tickets, Good for Oae Year
6URNS was of tiers of
I Saratoga = discussion of the Bradford ( which terminated on a northern wedding trip. The
County Children Committee lun- into a bride traveled in an imported nub- GREYHOUND BUS STATION
Cathedral train. Her
I Trunk"Plus cheon meeting and donations of I was of sheerest illusion fingertip attachedto veil by cotton jacket dress of beige 649 N. Temple Ave. Phone 147-J
; food were given for this. Mrs. C. background with copper flakes.
a tiara of seed and
: D. Williams gave the devotional pearls se Copper colored accessories' and a .
; s InI
\I m quins. Her only ornament was an
entitled "Love. Mrs. Titus Olson corsage of cypripedium orchids
m BIII heirloom necklace of gold rope completed her outfit.
$ gave an interesting programon
) chain with a tear
pearl drop,
a home missions. Sixteen members After Sept 15th the couple will
gift of the She
1 a fJ were present. groom. carried a reside at 114 N. W. 10th St,

;dE h Wll1AM A.SE11ER ,U 10 -s j Circle Three fan of white carnations, stepha- Gainesville.The .
8 met in the educa- notis, Jily of the
valley, centered
J .J: bride is of Brad-
.CHARLES W1NNINGERmiUM tional a graduate
building at 3:30 with Mrs. with a cluster of
HUSHAU. cum* -ec eo- WILUAMS 11 cypripedium '
ford school
V. high class of 53. She
toeiil! MttSlBOtiC lOKNCt BATES MM.BCUES v"w ftt O. Bridges and Mrs. W. C. orchids with long satin streamersof
S 'v .'_ to .. y attended FSU and completed a .
JAM$ CA hostesses. Miss Kate Struth
1 1M 1b I
lDIIoWI '" isi A MpnkA 9aN -- "Sahara satin ribbon showered with
IrA JCiuim fliRt.( ... JIIoM'! Y1 IIIIISUI: Hare" Cartoon and gave an interesting business course at Jones Business
Latest World Xe\\s titled, program I stephanotis and lily of the valley. College.
Plus "Bleep i Built For Two" Cartoon "Together. Nine members i Mrs. Alvarez
---- were chose for her The bridegroom graduated from
and Chapt. No. 8 Serial COMING SOON I Circle daughter's wedding a lovely floor I Fletcher High School at Jack-
length nile green nylon net over sonville Peach. He served four
MRS. II. G. We're No AngelsWith : Circle Four will meet in the rec- taffeta ouno
BOLLINGER gown with which she
wore I years in the U: S. Navy and is
___ __ Humphry Bogart building Monday night i,a halo headpiece of rhinestones now a pre-med student at the
o __ __ __ ,. ,,_ ___ Sept 12, at 8 o'clockith Mrs.S. and
.,-- ,. --. .- ,-' G. Denmark as hostess. net with matching accessories.A University of Florida. He is a
lovely corsage of pink rose buds member of Pi Kappa Alpha fra-




I I I III '"1 Mr. and :Mrs. X. M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller and Recent BirthsMr. : (;Goodman Street, Philadelphia, NOTICE TO APPEAR to- Samuel W Cetzen puiau"'s ,

family spent the weekend in Opa- Sammy spent the holiday weekend Ii Pennsylvania You are hereby notifies that a Tn Joseph Guarneri whose' last attorney Post Offi-'e B"x SI Gainesville :'
known address was that of 2331 Florida. fp >n fai.ure IP c. m-
locka with Mrs. Smith's tt Yankeetown suit for
parents and vicinity. has been filed
and ..
Mrs. H. E. McGee of -
South Ewing Street. Dallas, Texas ply with this Order a Decree P>
against in
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden. Mrs. Freida Manire accompa- Starke announce the birth of a Court and you cause and above are named or otherwise whose last known res- Confesso will tu entered against !
you re-
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and nied her daughter Mrs. J. O. daughter, Clara Euree quired to serve a copy of your answer idence and mailing address being you according to law and thl* ,as- j:
cn Auj. .
unknown.You will then continue in process, Ex i;
die son, Gene, of Tallahassee and L. Kemp of Buffalo, N Y. home and 24 at Doctor's Hospital.The the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the complainton are hereby notified that there tParte. 1 1I
P. -Dees of Raleigh, N. C. were remained with her for a three Louis T. Ransom 519 Professional has been filed by Mary Guarneri I I This notice shall be published in j I
plaintiff in the above the Bradford Telegraph .
styled court County a
Building, Jacksonville, Fla.,
weekend of Mr. and :Mrs. week visit. Starke, Maternity Hospital
guests arid file the original in the office of a Bill of Complaint against you and {newspaper published in Bradford j
IN THE NEWS I... D. Green. Mrs. Green, Mr. Dees, Mrs. Janie Avery Carswell is announces the following births: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or the relief prayed for therein is a '"{County, Starke, Florida for the next 4
divorce, A VIXCCLO MATKIMOXII five consecutive weeks. ,
before [
Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mrs. convalescing nicely in their Apt. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgett of 10 day the of October, 1955; from you Joseph Guarneri, the de- Given under my hand and Seal of !
.." '6 JJfr I 666 II III '4 Henrietta Hunt visited relativesin 1831 Riviera Park, Jacksonville.Mrs. Maxville, a son, Benjamin, '8ept.n otherwise the allegations of Said fendant in this case. this Court, this 19 day of August, I
Complaint will be taken as confessed This is therefore to command you 'jA.D., 1955.
Live Oak and 'Lucina -
Mrs. Riley Wasdin, Mrs. Alvin Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Waters Mayo on Mon- Clark is spendingthis by you. to file your written defense in said (OFFiCIALSEAL' Charles A. Darby I
week with her. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Rogers, This notice shall be published. cause on or before 26th, Septem- !, Clerk
Howard' and Mrs. Merrill Ed- spent the weekend at Rainbow day.Mr. once each week for four consecutive ber. 195:&. filing the original in my By Yvonne II Norman. D. C. 1
Rt. 1 Patri-
and Mrs. Starke a daughter,
Bill Collins of Wil- l
wards were in Jacksonville Tues- Springs. Their daughters, Suzanneand were 4Mr. and Mrs. Arthur weeks in the Bradford County Tele- office and sending a copy therein if:2fi! 5t 9/23 i
Frances Ford the week- Atlanta spent Saturday and Sun- liams and Ed Dahmer. cia Jean, Sept 3. graph. I
day. spent
Mrs J. M. Edwards and daugh- end with their grandparents, Mr. day with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Mrs. J, M. Mitchell spent the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nettles (OFFICIAL Dated this, SEAL 6 day,) Charles of Sept A., 1955.Liaroy

ters, Carolyn Dianne and Gayle, and Mrs. M. C. Ford in Jackson- Crosby Jr. and family. past two weeks at her cottage on Jr. of Brooker, a daughter Ste- Clerk of the Circuit Court. I 'Greater I
By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Misses Mary Brownlee and Kingsley Lake. phanie Jill, Sept. 6.OXEFOR.U.L
and Miss Jimmie Cole Sun-
spent 9/9 H 9/30
day at Rainbow ville.Mrs.. Joyce Humphrey returned to Balti- Mr. and Mrs. Clay Mattix and -
Springs.Mr. W. J. Epperson and daughter UI IMU September
more, Md. and Mrs. M. C. Stith left
Edward and Pat Priest In
and Mrs. C. H. Quick spent Sally Ann and Mrs. R. L. sons Circuit Court Of Florida I
Ball Point Pen
and daughter Sandra, returnedto Tuesday for their home in Harlin- Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And I N'
the weekend at Jacksonville Beach. Richard of Keystone Heights spent For Bradford
Refills. Fits 49c Brad- County
Falls Church Va. last any pen.
Friday visit
after ten days'
Mrs. W. H. Struth was visiting Sunday and Monday with relativesin gen Texas III Chanrrrr Iluuiju I Savings
; after two weeks' visit with their with Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs. ford County Telegraph. Mary Guarneri, Plaintiff, vs. Jos- I
relatives in Wildwood. Plant City Tampa. mother Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. eph Guarneri Defendant, ____ .
and Tampa, last Thursday to Mrs. A. M. Seig and daughter, Mable Mersereau. j ID The Circuit Court Of Florida DIVORCE
Frank S. Wright and his mother Charlene Hardy spent the week- Klghtk Jndirial Circuit In And ORDER OF PIBLlC.'TIOD:

Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Sapp, and baby of Miami spent several days end with her cousin Billie Lee For Bradford Conaty.IN .
G. S. Newcomb and son, daughter Laura, of Gainesvillewere RE: Petition of Jesse James LADIES ALL NYLON
last week with Mr. and Mrs. V. Bryan in Gainesville. Billie Lee Ricks and Lucille Kicks for
Chuck, are in Orlando where they luncheon guests Saturdayof adoption of a minor.
0. Bridges. I] spent the first of the wet'kith I
will attend the. wedding of Mrs. Mrs. Daisy Perryman and Mrs. NOTICE TO APPEARTo e
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauft
Charlene here. I : Henry George Wilhelm,
Newcomb's niece Miss Joy Cooperto Del Colley. and children of Charleston, W. George P. Bridges of Jack- I whose residence and address is unknown at uari

Walter Wood, Friday evening. Mrs. J. A. McIntyre of Auburn- Va.f were Saturday guests of Mr. sonville was visiting Mr. and Mrs.i'I I You .are hereby notified that"a ; -
)'Ir. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and dale spent the weekend with her I and Mrs. C. W. Bias. .V. O. Bridges several days last I I petition has been filed in the above ) SLIPS

Mrs. Fay Gill visited Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs. G. S. Brown and chil- ,week. and style court Kicks by Jesse his wife James, for RilkS"Lucille the CREAM

Mrs. W, B. Dowling in Dunnellonon Thornton. Also here pn an indefi- dren, Mrs. Ben Rowland and I Miss' Marcia Miller recently returned -I adoption of James Daniel Wilhelm.
Monday.Mr. nite visit" is daughter, and Jackie Pre- a minor by the petitioners, Jesse
daughter, Kay, i from a week's camp at James Kicks and Lucille Kicks, his
and Mrs. L. A. Brown Jr. Mrs. H. A. Brunson and daughter, vatt spent Monday at Cedar key. the Methodist Youth Camp, Lees-I wife, and you are required to servea

of Jacksonville were weekend Jane, of Orangeburg, S. C., who Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Adams spent to copy show of cause your answer why said or objections petition

guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Hogan will remain here during her moth Sunday and Monday visiting their I burg.Mr.. and Mrs. Junius Smith and I should not be granted, on petitioners' 9 .99

Smith. er's illness.BEAUTIFUL son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and !I sons have moved back in town! whose attorney address is A.3 Z.Southeast Adkins, First Jr., '

Mrs. J. C. Jacobs and children in 'from their summer home on Kings-' Avenue, Gainesville, Florida and
file the original in the office of
ley Lake. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
HEALTHY R. L. Lawson and son, Mrs. Clifton Brown has acceptedthe before the 10th day of October, 1955. ,
PARRAKEETSBaby (Jerry, and daughter, Lera Jane, I position of office manager of(confesso Herein will fail be not entered or a decree against pro 7l2LOVETYOUTRS'TIT! i.

''have returned to their home after the Starke Laundry pick-up of- you. 1 Sizes

birds easily trained, full of love three months in PPineville, Ky. fice at Mallory Hall at the U. of Witness my hand and the seal
of said court In Starke Bradford
A and affection. Blake wonderful pets. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent the F. in Gainesville, which will openon County Florida this 2 day of Sep- b, 32 40SPECIAL

All in full plumage in all colors. Bluesin first of the week in Gainesvillewith Saturday. tember, 1955.Official .
( Seal) Charles A. Darby
all shades. Yellows greens, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas and As Clerk of said Circuit Court. 4

unite. Also yellow-faced blues. All Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Jr. daughter Kathleen, spent the By: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 9/9 4t Clerk 9/30

Mr. and Mrs. Lee French and weekend at their camp in the
raised and acclimated to our Florida 4
children of Athens, Ga., Mrs. Scrub. They had as guests while !. The Circuit Court Of Florida,
climate. Hundreds to choose from. Eighth Judicial Circuit, !. Aad
Thelma Steele, and Mrs. Donnie (I there Mrs. Irene Roberts of Pa- For Bradford Coaaty.
Moore of Gainesville were guestsof latka and Mr. and Mrs. Lucian la Chaacery.
Sale at Case No. 101195R. FOR BOYS
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thomas of Fort Myers. K. Wheeler, Plaintiff, vs. J. J. ,

BILLY ROSE PARRAKEET FARMOn Kingsley Lake on Monday. I Peggy Siemer was confined in Knight, et al.. Defendants.Orde..f .
Pabllcatlon Aad Notice to
will be
Friends of Bill Mundy I the Alachua General Hospital Appears The State of Florida
interested to know that he enter- from Friday to Tuesday with an To: J. J. Knight, whose address Brand New Shipment
Highway 21Keystone Heights '
last Saturday is 1310 Linden Baltimore
ed St. Luke's Hospital DeWitt
intestinal infection.
17, Maryland; C. Jones, as
for observation and treat I Dave Paulk spent Sunday and Administrator of the Estate of Ed. Boy's Short Sleeve--
na M. Knight, deceased, whose address -
ment. at the L. M. White
Monday fishing is 545 N. E. 10th Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles spent (camp on the Suwannee River at Gainesville, Florida, and to all other JW9 t f
the first of the week with rela-i Chiefland. He was joined on Mon- persons claiming any right title,
hen or interest in or to the follow-
September 9, 1955. tives in Warner Robbins Ga. I day evening by Mrs. Paulk and ing described property situate in y
Miss Betty Sue Alvarez of Bradford County. Florida, to-wit: SPORT SHIRTS
daughter, Sylvia.Mr.
Lot 52 in Woodlawn, Section
To The Voters Of The Gainesville spent the weekend : and Mrs. W. M. Edwardsand II, Township Five, South, 11
with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp. I Mrs. J. M. Edwards and Range 22 East. ,
You and each of
i you are here-
Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter daughters will attend the weddingof by notified that a Complaint has

; CITY OF STARKEHerb Jean, were overnight guests : their granson and nephew, Bradford been filed County in the, Florida Circuit, Court in Chancery of- the Ice Cream ofparlY.k

I Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robert Bell to Carolyn Carlton, at by R. K. Wheeler as Plaintiff
Trayhan in Jacksonville and also the Church of Christ in Gaines- and against each of you as defen-
Thomas is not sponsored by any particular groupor Luke'sHospital. dants; that the nature of said suit
visited Mrs. Mundy in St. ville next Tuesday evening. Is to foreclose a certain mortgageon
organization but is a candidate for all the people and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dever and above described property; and
by being independent candidate does not have to and chil- you are required to appear and 1Ql1af
Mrs. A. N. Holliday Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Quatermanof serve a copy of your Answer or
agree or say "yes" to any project he doesn't think best dren and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. Brunswick Ga. were weekend pleading on Plaintiff's attorney, A. ,I l
J. Thomas,
Jr. 203-205
for the majority of the people or the city. returned home last week from guests of Mr and Mrs. C. H. Avenue, Starke, Florida and Temple file I149

I several week's visit with Maj. Nasworthy. the original Answer or Pleading in ..
We have nine citizens for of- Scanlan at Vent the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
public spirited running and Mrs. J A. Elaine Strickland spent the cuit Court on or before the 10th for

fice, all of them are offering themselves to the service Hill Farms, Va. weekend with her grandparents, day of October. A.D. 1955. If you
Miss Mamie Henry is now work- I,Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyer at fail to do so, judgment by default everyday enjoyment!
of Starke. As a voter or citizen it is your duty to study will be taken against you for the
ing at the restaurant in the Johnson Lake. relief demanded in the Complaint.
the qualification of each and their program for'the city'sfuture This notice shall
Hotel, Jack- publishedonce loves ice .
George Washington Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk had Everybody cream.
and it is your privilege to vote for your choiceof each week for four consecu-
sonville. as weekend guests, Lt. John Rob- tive weeks in the Bradford County Quality! wise folks love

the two best suited to serve the city. I Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and ert Paulk, Misses Bonnie, Jeanie Telegraph.Done and ordered at Starke, Flor- Superior. It's real ice cream

children and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ,and Mary Paulk of Willacoochee, ida, this 7th day of September A. -the best in ton! Next
Herb Thomas has always been interested in the moral
Jacksonvillewere FRI. SAT ONLY
Wynn and family of I Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Roswell -
cultural and physical growth of our children and the L. (Official"Seal) Charles A. Darby, time, enjoy Superior quality ,
weekend guests of Clifford
Paulk and son, and Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford
for better food better
through his many years experience 'in recreational IS. Huttos. I Paulk and son of St. Marys, Ga. County, Klorida.: i ,
training and corrective measures is well qualified to i Brad Locke is entering the University Misses Martha Landrum and- 9/9 4t 9/30 fuc. Sore: at local stores. BOYS JACKETS .99
I Served ir. finest homes!
propose and support a recreational program for our of Florida next Monday.Mr. Kathryn Kelly returned to their ta Clrruli NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR

city based on a paid director (either part or full timeas and Mrs. Sam McGauley, studies at U. of F. this weekend. flnrlrint !. rhanccrj Count
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings McGauleyand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aitkin and 'Pauline B. Speed, Plaintiff, vs. Cones Made In Japan
and Sizes
finances allow who start
city ) can planning oper- j Charles M.: Speed, Defendant.
Mrs. G. E. McGauley of Pa- isons of Jacksonville Beach were Reversible Can Be
Caps .
ating a long range program that will be a credit to our Case No. 10imotlre 4 8
latka were Monday guests of the (weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. \ To Appear. Pint
city and an added inducement for new families to settlein Charles Hardy family. The Hardys i Lowell Mathews. residence To: Charles and :M.address Speed Is: whose 1937 Family Worn Either Side Only

our community.Due spent Sunday with the McGauleysin Mrs. H. L. Speer of Pahokee James Avenue, Montgomery, Ala. l Golf.e ..- --.-,...,......-...-.-..._,........-.-.
Palatka.Mr. 'and Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gaines- You are hereby notified that a
to the city's heavy planned for utility suit forDivorce
expenses and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent vile are spending this week with attorney's fees, and Use Our Lay-Away

improvements naturally our recreational expenses will the weekend in Archer with Miss I Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr., has maintenance been /

have to be limited and well planned for the best results Mamie Anderson and Mrs. P. E. !Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris and above named filed Court against and you cause In and the _,'_ ____.. __,.a_.. '_J.a.J.a_.

but we can make a definite start and as the city's financial Stone. :Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. you are required to serve a copy ol I
your answer or pleading to the com-
situation clears up we can expand the program. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wyman of:t' Mrs. Allie Driggers and Mr. and pl"int nn the Plaintiff' Attorne I BObbl-DS' 'The Storeof
)Mrs. O. B. Dukes of Lake Butler Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida I
The director can also coordinate his program with the Lockhart and Dewight Silvers of Title Building, Jacksonville 2, Values"
'' I were Monday evening visitors of Florida,
county school recreational program and insure year Miami were visitors f' the homeof
,Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. ana iiie me original In the office of
round activity.The Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hough I the Clerk of th. Circuit 'nllr' nn
f last Sunday. j Henry (Buddy) Lawson return- or before the 10 day of October,
I jed home Saturday from eight 1955; ,otherwise the allegations ol
present City Council has commenced a"ery thirty- said
A-2c Ronny Patray spent Complaint will be taken as con

large utility expansion program and since I believe in days with his mother, Mrs. Nora I j National weeks basic Guard training at Fort with Jackson the, fessed This by notice you. shall be putrtlshec MR. AND MRS. VOTER

their sincerity and believe they are preparing for the Patray, before going to Japanfor 'IIS.. C. once each week for four consecutive .
weeks In the Bradford
future growth of the City of Starke I will support the duty. i Miss Idell Landrum has returnedto Coanty Telegraph I

completion of this program if I am elected, but I pledgethe her position as physical thera- (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 1 day) Charles of Sept.A., 1955.Darby I l I

voters to check into all phases of the contracts and pist at the Cerebral Palsy Hos- Clerk of .the Circuit I '

agreements and to see that all construction and equip- To The Citizens pital in Durham N. C. after three By: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 9/9 it Clerk 9/30 :l

ment shall be up to specifications and that wherever weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. Starke Needs A Woman
Of StarkeAs H. Williams '
and family. !.NOTICE TO APPEAR
to costs the I will
possible cut or save taxpayers money I 1M.Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sexton and In Circuit Court. Bradford County,
endeavor to do The is large for size Florida ID Chancery.Anthony .
so. program so our know, I ama of Atlanta week-
you may family spent the J. Cocco, Plaintiff vs.
town we still should give it considerable thought and if candidate for City Coun- I end with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dolores Ellis Cocco. Defendants.Case .

there is any way to use even part of our present utilities cil in the election of Tuesday, Johns. Notice To Appear No. 10-1194

instead of buying new ones we should continue to do so. Sept. 13. Since it would be Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steinhagenof residence To: Deletes and address Ellis Cocco is: 3403, whose NorthSHEPHEmSNiWS On The Council

I believe that by completion of this new utility impossible for me to meet and St. Petersburg, former Starke City
residents, have returned here and
program we can have superior service and possibly in talk with each one of you
ae living at 137 Gloria St.
the future cut utility costs to the consumers. individually, I am taking this :, Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent the

The City should coordinate closely with the Garden means to respectfully solicit I weekend with her son-in-law and < .

Club for the cleaning up and beautification of the en- your vote and support.I I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Renner in Gainesville.Mr. .
tire City. have been a resident of and :Mrs. Tom Bird and 1'L My entrance in the race for City Council is NOT as a

The expansion and home building program Starke has Starke for the past four years daughter, Edna, of Tampa were C

and am manager here for visiting Mrs. W. B. Mundy on
undertaken will necessitate upholding of proper zoning Sunday. politician: but as an interested citizen. It is importantto
laws to protect everyone. The maintaining of our new Central Florida Gas Appliance i I
been with Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Fabir and
I have
paved streets and sewers.A 'I children have rented the Mundorff
this company for 13 years, I'house ,' .have a woman on the Council not just to represent the
I corner of Pratt and Christian -
definite course in training for police work shouldbe during which time it has ; Sts.Sonny.

added to the Police Department, and since the police grown and expanded its I i o 00
Tenly Is enrolling in the in Starke
many women but
have further should I to give' a woman's point of
a radio-equipped car, study con- operations over this area. I' freshman class at Georgia Techon

ducted on furnishing police radio contact for 24 hoursa feel that my business experience Sept. 14.

day so you citizens can get help when needed. qualifies me to serve Mr. and Mrs. Carl White Jr. view on matters concerning our City Government. I can-

and effectively and daughter, Susan Ann, of Mi- "I'm taking care of everythingjust
The Chamber of Commerce should be supported fully you efficiently ami were weekend guests of Mr. like Bill said to, including

in securing new business enterprises for Starke as more on your City Council. I am and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. turning the care of our television not promise anything in this race except honest service
married and the father of ,
add financial I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pearsallof
jobs greater security to our City. JI I set over to CHAS. C.
three children. If elected I Jacksonville are renting the

When your City grows you grow with it. Advertising will stand for the continued ,Saul's cottage. Mr. Pearsall is SHEPHERD." and the courage to state my views on any or all matters

pays. growth and progress of our superintendent of construction of

community and will try to the new Lovett building.
pertaining the
to Council's
Herb Thomas born in Bradford County of .
son !
make it the type of city we Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson returned s
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas of Lafayette Street. He is to Williams Air Force
would want our children to t
very civic minded, belonging to the American Legion, in. Base in Arizona after ten days' .

Forty and Eight. Elks Club, Moose Club, Children's grow up visit with his parents, Mr. and

Committee, Chamber of Commerce operates a restau- I hope you will accept this Mrs. Ewell Lawson. II You Want Good

rant and scouts for the New York Giants, and believesin message as a personal visit Bob Robinson has moved from Clean, Impartial

the future of Starke. from me, and I will appre- the McKinney apartments to the .
Saul's apartment. Mr. Robinsonis Representation In
ciate any consideration )'ough'e City Council ,
Sincerely, an engineer at Ridge.
candidacy in the
my Nancy Bates was hostess at a

HERB THOMAS election next Tuesday. I slumber party at her home on

Kingsley Lake Sunday night En-
RECREATION, I joying: the affair were Jackie Col-

UTILITY IMPROVEMENT AND BUSINESS EXPANSION. JACK R. SMITH ley, Martha Van Landingham. I illi i ) t Vote for Ruby JohnsFRIDAY

Melissa Stallings, Gail Rowe, Gail ? t
(Pd. PoL Adv.) I Duke. JoAnn Slade, Jane Ri-

-' -- ..- - I, .icharde, Sandra Johns, Sandra
Strickland, and Babs Lance.


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VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTffMTMTTTTTTTTlTTTTTTTTMMTTT Automobile Accident 1:and attend regularly. Too much STARKE. FLORID 1 i Witness my hand and official seal I By Yvonne II. Norman, Dep. Clark you are required to serve a copy of
cannot be said about the importance CONCRETE SLABS, TRENCHESAND at Starke, Florida, this August 16, 8/26 4t 9/16 1 your answer or pleading to the complaint -
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED James Tyson, formerly of]I EQUIPMENT FOC.NDVTIO.NS: 1955. on the Plaintiff Attorney
Starke, was in a serious car wreck of regular attendance. Pay- Sealed proposals will be receivedby OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs NOTICE TO APPEARIn Samuel W. Getzen, P 0 B x SI,
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY several weeks to ing the $2 registration fee is not the City Council, City of Starke, Clerk of said Court Circuit Court Bradford County Gainesville, Florida
ago, according Florida, until 5:00 P.M. (Eastern I cRy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Florida In Chancery. and file the original In the office of
a report from his mother Irene"Honey" enough. Prompt, regular attendance Standard Time) on Sept. 9, 1955;; for ,Hon. Chas R. Hess, 201-05 Guaranty I L Helen Bourlett Plaintiff, vs. James the Clerk of the Circuit Court oDor
By Ozora Johnson Editor and his is essentiaL We miss you construction of concrete slabs, Life Building Jacksonville. Fla. Bourlett, Defendant.Case before the 2$ day of September,
Ferguson. Tyson trenches and equipment founda- Attys. for Plf. 8/19 4t 9/8 No. 10-1149 1955; otherwise the allegations of
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmerican two brothers-in-law were en- very much when you do not at- tions for the power plant for the Notice To AppearTo said Complaint will be taken as
route to Cold Water when tend and we are positive that you City of Starke, Florida In The Circuit Court Of Florida : James Bourlett whose residence -I confessed by you.
Legion Rally making a grand total of $116.65.1 Mich. All material and equipment fur- Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And and last address is 164 This notice shall be publishedonce
Members American the car wrecked, killed the driver will miss something. A salute to nished and all work performed shallbe For Bradford County, Cornelia Street Prooklyn, New York < each week for five c nse<,'.uthre -
Of Legion All of the post members who so- instantly and the'senior members of the R. J. E. in accordance with the specifications In Chancery or is otherwise Unknown.You weeks in the Bradford County
Post 314 of Starke under Commander seriously injuredthe and contract documents per Francisco Mancilla, Plaintiff vs. are hereby notified that a Telegraph.
Isaac divided licited wish to thank the. many other two passengers. His adult class for excellent atend- taining thereto which may be examined Maria O. Mancilla, Defendant. suit for Dated this 16 day of August, 19!5.
were friends for their generous contri- left leg had to be amputated and ance: Rev. A. R. Randolph and at the office of the City DIVORCE Divorce. care custody and con- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
into groups in a recent campaignto I Clerk Starke Florida and at the ORDER OF PUBLICATION trol of minor childrenhas Clerk of the Circuit Court
raise $150 to complete butions. Persons who have not his left hand is seriously fractured.He Henry Bryant Who will get the I offices of Reynolds Smith and Hills, NOTICE TO APPEUl been filed against you In the By Yvonne H. Norman. Dep Clerk
paymenton yet made a contribution are askedto was hospitalized in :Michigan.His I honorary salute next week? Architects and Engineers 227: Park To: Maria O. Mancilla, whose last above named Court and cause and 826; StfJ&DWi 9.23
purchased in the upper Street Jacksonville. Florida. Draw- known address was that of Malaga
Reno section .to be. used for do so during the week. The mother has just returned to Church News ings and specifications may be purchased Spain, or otberwse whose last Known.
a men are. anxious to have the Starke after a two weeks visit Mt. Moriah Methodist Church. from the above mentioned residence and mailing address beIng
center for the youthof Architects and Engineers for the unknown.
"ground breaking" ceremonies as with him. In a few weeks he. will Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, will
Bradford County. The four divisions -I sum of $3.50 per set. Specificationsat You are hereby notified that
soon, as possible. The post is open join his family in Chicago, but hold regular services all day Sun- $2.00 per copy and partial sets of there has been filed by Francisco
and captains were: West Cents .5O in the above
with the in plans at Fifty ($ ) per Mancilla plaintiff
side, Louis Kelly and Robert Dell for membership to all veterans in will not be able to return to work day pastor charge. sheet, to cover the cost of print- styled court a Bill of Complaint
this county and those nearby. Asa for quite a long while. Persons Sunday school at 9:30: a. m. with ing may be purchaa General against you and therelief prayedfor ..
who collected $8.50: North side, W. Brooks in At Contractors who submit bona fida therein is a divorce, A VIN- ,
Harry Young and F. Jackson, who veteran it is your duty to con- interested in sending expressionsmay charge. bids and return the documents 4n CULO MATR1MONII, from you Maria ,
collected nect with some organization that address them to James Tyson 11:00 a. m. the Love Feast will good condition, will be refunded the O. Mancilla, the defendant in
$13.50; South side, H. above cost for as many as two (2): this cause. I2
be held. Holy Communion will be ( AWAY-
Brooks and Eli Graham, wh reported represents the ideals of the American 251 West 61st Street, Chicago complete sets of plans and specifications This is therefore to command you .
Democratic way of life. The HI. We regret this accident served at 7 p. m. All members and If returned withing 10 days to file your written defense in said
$18.65; East side Deacon friends are invited to attend. after bids are received.A cause on or before :26th, September. 7EUILO THAT
Julius Royal and C. Desue, who Joining fee is very small but you and suggest that persons who bid bond properly executed by 1955, filing the original in my office ;
topped the would'be making a large contribu- .drive be careful for the life you Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church the bidder and by a qmlified Surety and sending a copy thereof to Sam-
captains with $76, I will have services each Sunday 1 or a certified or cashier's checkon uel W. Getzen, plaintiff's attorney. GARAGE '
tion to town and nation. !
your save be. own. From
may. your any National Bank, in a sum not Post Office Box SI, Gainesville. ,
Join American Legion Post 314 the pictures of the wreckage, :this month, according to the pas less than five (5%) percent of the Florida. Upon failure to comply I
today. i "Honey"stated that it must have ,tor, Rev. John Groover. Membersare ,amount bid, made payable to the with this Order a Decree Pro Con- I ) $Vhx5 ) PLAN IT
:City of Starke Florida, must accompany fesso will be entered against you
jl I been a miracle that saved two of asked to cooperate in all efforts each bid as a guarantee according to law and this case will I
The annual picnic and bathing the lives.Transfers. to help raise conference I that the Bidder will not withdraw then. continue in process Ex Parte I 04 TODAY
beauty contest was held-at': Silver !from the competition after openingthe This notice shall be published in
pJ Contestantsfrom to Dm'a! County claims. The annual conference will bids, and in the event the con- the Bradford County Telegraph, a I _
Springs Labor
Day. convene after the first Sunday in 'tract is awarded to the E'idder. he newspaper published in Bradford Ii
the 11th district of Floridawere We are happy to report that October and he is anxious to makea I will, within ten (10) days thereafter County Starke. Florida for the i .
enter into contract and furnish the next five consecutive weeks. .
First Mary Jenkins .
on parade. place was Giradeau
formerlya round report. The chairman of required bond, failing which he Given under my hand and Seal of .- .
won by the. post in Ocala, while teacher in Monticello has been Women's Irene. Thomas is I I shall forfeit deposit as liquidated this Court this 19 day of August : .
Day, ''damages. The Bid Bond and Performance A.D., 1955.OFFICIAL. i
to Jacksonville. I
second Board
place went appointed by df Public
all to contact I
asking captains Bond are required to be ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
According to Legionaire Royal the Instruction to teach in Duval members and friends and report I secured from an agency of the surety Clerk
. entire affair was a gigantic success County. She is the. second daughter I or Insurance company, which By Yvonne H. Norman D. C.26 .
large amounts on the Third Sun- agency shall have an established 'S/ 5t 9/23
and was well attended by of Professor and Mrs. A. O. day? Sept. 18. A rich program is 'place of business in the City of

local residents. Jenkins, retired teachers of Starke and be duly licensed to conduct NOTICE TO APPEAR
At 11a. I
being planned for day. business therein. In Circuit Court Bradford County
Starke. We wish for !:Mary much m. the morning message will Each bid shall be addressed to the Florida In Chancery
success on her new appointment.Down City Council. City of Starke Florida, Marion O Ford, Plaintiff, vs. Char- 'IBUILDERS' IUPPLIEi1
be delivered by Mother Sophia marked "Slabs and Foundations, lotte Y. Ford, Defendant.
You Go Royal with special music by theallwomen's Power Plant, City of Starke, Florida Case No. 10-1152
The old ," and be delivered to City Clerk, Notice Ta Appear
Reno will not
i choir directed by Ad-,
City of Starke, Florida, either by a.. To: Charlotte Y. Ford, whose ATM
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON be burned but torn down by Dea- :die Leggett. All women interested representative of the bidder who'residence and address is: Princess .S____ _. _, -
I I -
Littles and shall obtain a receipt therefor or by Anne, Maryland. t
con Professor Jenkins. in singing are asked to join this
about this registered mail with return receipt I You are hereby notified that a ,
question i This week many people will be group. At 7:30 p. m. Bettie L. requested.The suit for divorce :

I very happy to see this old wooden Home of St. Augustine will deliver City reserves the right to has been filed against you in the
waive informalities in any bid; to above named Court and cause and
.We'll be traveling a lot this building destroyed. The best the principal address. She is reject any or all bids in whole or ,you are required to serve a copy of
\ L1L [ parts of the building will be sal- one of the new teachers at R. J. in part, with or without cause, andor /: your answer or pleading to the
season stopping at hotels to accept the bids that In its cmplalnt on the Plaintiff'Attorney
% p __ I vaged to be used in the construction E. Special music will be renderedby judgment will be for the best Interests I I I William D. Morgan 507 Clark

:cabins and resorts. I believeour of an office for the. supervisOr the all-girls Glee Club under of the City of Starke.I I p Law Building., Jacksonville, Fla. HUNDREDSt
and file
CITY COUNCIL the original In the office
clothing and belongingsare :.- and facilities for the childrenin the baton of Director Pierce.A City of Starke. Florida. I. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

special education. Two teacherswill vocal solo will be rendered by 8/26 3t 9/9. or before the
26 day of September 1955
covered ;
partly by our also be housed in this build- Leona Royal. During the Sunday ".."..t 3, 1955: t otherwise the allegations of sal4 of details are managed and economic

Household' Goods Fire policy ing that will be renovated by the school hour music will be playedby NOTICE OF ELECTION ed Complaint will be taken as confess ally attended that only a trained and
I, J. R. Wainwright Mayor of by you.
but is this enough? Shouldwe Board of Public Instruction. We Deloris Jenkins, Gwendolyn Starke, Florida, by virtue of the This notice shall be publishedonce careful organization can attend when

have Personal Property "Wby Jim you've gained have already outgrown the new Marshall and a vocal solo by Wil- authority vested in me by law. do each week for four consecutive
hereby call an election to be held weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY the urgent need for serving is at
insurance to also protect weight while I'te been gone!1" R. J. E. school. Many thanks. for letta Wysinger. Many other per- at the Fire Station in the aforesaid TELEGRAPH.
making this provision for our I. will on this program, town by the qualified voters on Dated this 17 day of August 1955. hai.
against theft, loss or dam. Now If you want her sons appear Tuesday, September 13. 1955 for the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
oevrflow. I so don't miss these two services, purpose of electing the following Clerk of the Circuit Court.
age? looking well Joins Sgt. Broxton morning and evening. officers: By Yvonne H, Norman Dep. Clerk DeWITT C. JONESPhone
Just her in here Louise. Thomas Broxton Methodist Church
bring left Pleasant Grove CITY CLERK TREASURER. Fla.
7 Starke
E. Johns for a spell Tuesday to join her husband whois will also hold Women's Day all TAX LECTOR ASSESSOR FOR TWO AND YEARS TAX COL- '.. drcmlt NOTICE Court.T('Bradford APPEAR CouTtyi "

Charley stationed in Massachusetts. She day Sunday, Sept. 18. At 3 p. m. ONE CHIEF OF POLICE FOR Florida( I. Chancery-
will be missed by her many friends Allen Chapel membership will TWO YEARS Charles G. Sprague, Plaintiff, vs. Funeral Director Ambulance Service
TWO ALDERMEN Patricia J. Sprague, Defendant.
but we wish her happiness in her them, at which time Super- FOR TWO Case No. 10-1151
GUIDON GRILLGeorge join Our local fuatral horn, enable oj to offer convenience1ervlcea W
& Son Agency new location.P. visor Ozora Johnson will deliver Inspectors of said election: Notice To Appears
T. C. HazenT. To: Patricia J. Sprague, whose not otherwise available
T. A. & Hobby Club Chit-Chat the main address. She will be introduced T. LongA. residence and address is: c/o Pox

Kopelousos' Owner The Wateroak Elementaryschool by Layleader Leona Roy L. Crosby, Jr. 360, Sackets Harbor, New York. -.g-.g._. ..
Phone 13 Starke, Fla. I S. G. Denmark You are hereby notified that a r.rjg-.r
Starke'Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL held its first regularly i al. Music by the church choir. According Ruth Broadway suit for
I We furnish the highest type cerrtct at lowert prices U4
I ,
scheduled P. T. A. meeting on to Sister DeSue, many In testimony whereof, I hereunto
ot subscribe my name and cause the Das been filed against you in the accept ANT life insurance policy in force, leaned by ANT
Monday, Sept. 5 with president out town guests will partici- seal of the said town to be here- above named Court and cause and
-t Desue in charge. Devotion was pate on the program. unto affixed this the 2nd. day of you are required to serve a copy of company, u payment in part or in full on a fuaertl.
August, A. D., 1955. your answer or pleading to the
Consultation carries
Church, no obUp On.
led by principal M. E. Roberts. I I New Bethel Baptist (OFFICIAL SEAL) comDlaint on the Plaint!U'e I
6 Piece I It was brought out by the principal Rev. A.-Vinson pastor, win nwu J. R. Wainwright Mayor Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100 ---- I II I II I p.rjj,
usual. ATTEST: Carl Johns, City Clerk Smith Building, Jacksonville, Fla.
that consolidation had reduced services all day Sunday as 8/2 5t 9/9 and file the original In the office of
the school population and The pastor has been on a vaca- the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor

.J MAPLEDINING grades. This year grades 1-2-3 tion and is expected to return this la Bradford the County Jnd e'* Conrt Of 26 before day the of September, 1955; '

will be taught by M. E. Roberts.So week. Officers and members are In Probate County, Florida 5 day of September, 1955;

\ far the enrollment is small announcing their 15th Anniver- IN lingsworth.RE: Estate Etc.of, Deceased.Franklin C. Hol- Comolaint otherwise the will he allegations taken as confessed ROOM
September ,
enough to give her an opportunityto sary celebration from will All NOTICE TO CREDITORS This by you notice shall be published r
set up an ideal primary pro- 12 to 18. The initial sermon persons having claims or demands once each week for four consecutive
against the
gram. Plans are being made to be preached by Rev. Alphonso lin C. Hollingsworth estate, also of known Frank as weeks in the Bradford County Tele.

SUITES have two hot meals every day at Jenkins, pastor of Greater Anti- C.Frank C. Hollingsworth and as F graph.Dated this 17 day of August, 1955. '

Starke Fla. the school. All children have been och and East New Baptist Churchof hereby Hollingsworth.notified and required deceased to file are OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I weighed and carefully examined Gainesville. The congregationfrom their claims in the office of the

I.and are awaiting the final check both churches will be on County Judge of Bradford County, IUrnifedfr1tJ
4 Chairs Dropleaf TableS Florida, In the County Court House
by the county nurse and doctor. hand to support the pastor. On at Starke, Florida, within eight cal- EXPERT
We believe that his 13, Allen ChapelA. endar months from the date of the
primary school Tuesday, Sept. first publication
1 China Cabinet of this notice or
center will be second to none in M. E. Church, Rev. John Groo the same will become void according Offer
Bradford will have charge. Wed- to law. This August 15th. 1955.
County. All
patrons are ver pastor First publication August 19, 1955.
r :: asked to support the program. nesday night Rev. L. A. Tillman James Franklin Hollingsworth.

Hampton Training school P. T. and congregation of' Philadelphia Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Franklin
C. Hoi-i \
A. will hold its regular meetingon Baptist will conduct services. On lingsworth, deceased. I ,111\\\

Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the Thursday night Rev. H. Kinsey 8/19 4t 9/9 I

school M. and congregation of Mt. Olive j
according to principal NOTICE TO APPEAR (
Taylor. This is now a primary Primitive Baptist, Gainesville, will IB Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty tt AS

: : school center with grades 123. be featured; on Friday night Rev. Robert Florida Harry la Chancery.Campbell Plaintiff, i
t .' m All patrons are asked to come out W. J. Strong and members of Ebe- vs. E'ernice Ann Campbell, Defend- .
Vi Starke ant.. Case No. 10-1117 S -r' : ..
II 11i for organization. neezer Baptist Church, Noilr* To Appear ,S

I : Thurston Elementary school will serve. A full day has been To: Bernice Ann Campbell, whose ALL WORKGuaranteed S5'u
!!1 I Sept. 18, residence and address is: Unknown ,
i will hold regular P. T. A. on Mon- planned for Sunday, You are hereby notined that "a
I r
day night Sept. 19, according that will include: Sunday School, lull -for I

Principal S. C. Price. Thurstonwill devotional leadership by Deacons has Dlverce teen filed : S
S against in the
:1 > t t'S have grades 1-2-3-4. The.as. Littles, Royal, Green and others. above named Court and cause and Any Slake or Brand Watch : .. ..
sistant teacher is Silvia Price, Sermons will be delivered by Rev. you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the 5;
complaint ...
who is teaching grades 2 and 3, Coleman and Rev. J. A. Willis; on the Plaintiffs Attorney SEE OUR NEW '-S.' ,.. 1 SJ

while Principal Price is handlingthe dinner will be served on the church II. E. Nichols, 309 Guaranty Life 4 ;
Building, Jacksonville, Fla. _
beginners and the advanced grounds at 1 p. m.; music by choir and file tM original In the office of! LovebrightD'IAMONDS '

pupIls. There are many things to No. 2 of New Bethel Baptist the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or!j I "The Illustrated \
before the 19 day of September 1955; ;
do this year that parents can Church. The general public is otherwise the allegations of said

t make possible by cooperation. Be invited to attend all of these servo Complaint will be taken as confessed I Encyclopedia of Knowledge

Was $189.95 N-O-W sure to meet with your P. T. A. ices.Mt. This by yeu.notice shall be publishedonce NOW ON DISPLAY 1 YOURS FOR ONLY

regularly. Pisgah A. M. E. Church, each week for four consecu- $ 105
.95BYt tive week In the Bradford Value 1
169' Lawtey Training School, C. C. Rev. E. L. Walker pastor, held Telegraph. County

Anderson principal, will announcethe regular communion services last Dated this 16 day of August, 1955. Visit Our Store for "

date of its first P. T. A. meet- Sunday. Rev. Walker is asking the (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court BEAUTIFUL '. Complete Set t.Ad 00

ing soon. They have gotten off to support of all the class leaders, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I i

a great start this year with more members and friends in his effortsto 8/19 4t 9/9 Costume Jewelry .

than 170 pupils enrolled so far. raise his reports for conference.Rev. la Circuit tonrt. Bradford :a.. $

They are teaching grades 1 to 8 Walker is having a farewell Florida la Chancery Coa.t\i\: 20 complete books in to cover
Mary Taylor Glynn, Plaintiff
t SIMMONS.M this year. "Hats off" to this program on Monday, Oct. 3, at Francis S. Glynn, Defendant. vs. i WILLIAMSJEWELRY 10 deluxe volumes. handlingIt's

'school for an extended program. the church. Bradford County Cae No. 10-1148 the world's new- and shipping
Order Of Publication And Notice To
R J. E. union school. 1-12 grade, teachersand students have been Apprari State Of Florida Tot est encyclopedia.

Eddie Thompkins principal, helda invited to sing. Greetings will be Francis S. Glynn. whose residenceand I
address Is Unknown.You -
I very fine P. T. A. meeting on brought from membership of all are required to appear on with purchase of this new 1956

Wednesday, Sept 7. President local churches and from Supervisor Sept. 19, 1955 in the above named Phone 375 -- 151 W. Call
Court and
cause, wherein
Sophia Royal reaffirmed her loyalty Johnson and Principal Price seeks divorce. plaintiff ; 21-inch Philco Swivel Console with

1 wJ to the school and told of big. in behalf of the.schools.. Let's Bradtoraount1': Telegraph shall : Starke Florida

plans for the work of the year. plan now to attend this celebra- publish week.ly Issues this Order In next four' S
--- --
Care and complete use of the new tion and send Rev. Walker to Touch 1 ning
school cafetorium was empha- conference in a new suit. lop
sized by Manager Alma Jenkins. ......... ,
Last week more than 200 persons Just a touch on top of the
_ S.
were served. The meals were well NOTICE TO APPEAR set turns it on, changes L'
\ \\ I. Circuit Court. Bradford Coantr. .
b ,\\ planned and savory. Parents, plan Florida la ChaBC
now to let your children eat daily Coley Scott Nelson Plaintiff Lee vs. I PRE CAST SEPTIC TANKSBox '5' : : turns it off. Mahogany ,
Xels'n. a/k/a ,
Ethel Lee
.. for 20c, with milk 25c You can- Nelvln. Defendant. I I Veneer Swivel Console

not beat the price for value and Case No. 101155Settee j S J turns for easy viewing.

Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? nutrition in fine foods. We invite : Ethel To ApptarTo Lee Nelson a/k/a Ethel Acoustic Lens for Bound

you to come in and inspect our Lee Nehin, whose residence and in full dimension.
That' but it in cafetorium and kitchen and meet address is: r/o Ohio State Prison L 4JI
a stupid question an for Women, Marseille, Ohio. i .m mm mm mm---M mm mm M
the staff. Make a date with your I You are hereby notified that a S |

telligent answer. The one in the middle, children to have lunch with them. .suit Divorce for Care, Custody and Con- i" I Remote Control 1 1I ITT

natch. Why? Because: offer only the bestat milk.Adults are served for 30c with has trol been of minor filed children against you In toe I' 'T. ._ I Only $10 I II

rock.bottom prices. Our reputation for I Adult EducationThe :above you are named required Court to serve and causa a copy and of -- S i'i' I Even from across the I ,

service two adult centers at your answer or pleading to the I S ;. I room, just a touch | "
quality merchandise fast friendly pres-I complaint, on the PlaintifVaAttorney
I S J .
at Training .S I changes stations.
ent are Lawtey Alfred C. Scott 106 Smith \ ;.,< |

and prices as low as a fer de lance's fallen Anderson teacher, and R J. E. and Building file the Jacksonville original,in Florida the officeof I C S.: Jk ( 6 ----------- I

arches complete satisfac- Ozora Johnson, teacher. On last the Clerk of the Circuit Court on t
guarantees your Thursday the Typing class started or before the '
%6 day of September 1955;;;;; 1 $ .oo \
with Bettie L. Home, teacher, in otherwise the allegations said |

I charge. Registration and introduction Complaint will be taken as confessed t
by ju>u. 14 I
was given by the. new teacher. A week
tion.KOCH'S This notice shall be publishedonce -- --
I Only 10 machines are available, each week for four consecutive
: weeks in the Bradford County Tele. \
DRUG' STORE I but as many persons as 30 can be graph. -

taught by sections. Register now Dated this 23 day of August 1955.;;

ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED JCOMfLFTEUN and get in the first section. Per- (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darb Court C. H. NASWORTHY I

sons attending the typing class By Yvonne H. Norman Dep. Clerk t
Of;pBUGrSUNDWEJ t COSMETICS found the. discussion very interest- 8/26: 4t 9/16 f fCALL

1108 Starke Fla. Phone
LHampton, Wateroak and Thurs- AND ALTERATIONS i

.- :=ton if 15 persons or more enroll POWER CITY PLAAT OF i- 232 E. Call St. phone 198-J '






At The TabernacleAn YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY TTTYYYYYYYYYYTfYYYYYV1 :Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Melton( :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visit- ed relatives in Brooker last week.
OCR and son of Jacksonville were La-11 visited Mr. Lewis's sister Mrs. Ophelia Moore in Brooker Mon I
M ._
-- interesting and instructive LONG BRANCHby HAMPTON bor Day weekend visitors at the Mr. Lewis and the H. M. McRaes I!day.That's .

feature, of the Saturday night home of his parents, Mr. and t I

I CHURCHES Youth Meeting at the Gospel Sirs. Mrs. Lonnie Melton, near Hamp-! BusinessIf
Mrs. J. L. Strickland By D. E. Ilill Our
Tabernacle was the study of the ton.Mr. I a
12 Apostles, presented by the UUAA.A..A..AAA..AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACity and Mrs. C. L. Cooper and It's Glass We Have IU!

sponsor. Members of the group Ejection family were in Chiefland and I CALL WRITE or 'VISIT t
were each given the name of one I have heard so many ask why Nest Cross City for the Labor Day
TuesdayVoters .
Methodist Church"Back I I Presbyterian Church
of the Apostles to gather further I have not been writing my news, in the city of Hamptonwill weekend. Joe Peters Glass Co.

to Church Sunday,"1 I Saturday, 3 p. m.-Adult Choir information to present at the until I really feel I have neglectedsome elect a new mayor, clerk, marshal Mr. and airs. W. L. Fowler of

Sept. 11. practice. Tuesday evening Bible Study sacred duty, although I and three councilmen Tues- Lawtey spent last weekend with FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Sunday School 9:45 a, m. Morn Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn- Class. have not been able to write. This day, Sept. 13, with little opposi- the J. A. Williams children while 4 We Design Modern Store Fronts

ing Worship 11 a. m.. "When You ing Worship 11 a. m., "The Placeof The Bible School convened at has been my condition since the tion for the six offices. Mr. and Mrs. Williams visited I A Just" Mail Us A Pattern for
with B. Mc- last week in Hampton with Mr. .
10 W.
Attend Church a. m. ,
broadcast over Closing date
Worship in Our Age. Rallyof for filing petitionsas
last of May. I do hope each and Mrs. W. H. Maxwell Mrs.I Table Tops
WDVH. Kinney presiding as superintendent -
Men of Western District at candidates was Tuesday, Sept.
Youth and B. E. McRae, secretary.The every one, especially the editorsof 8, with G. P. Wadsworth Maxwell returned to Jacksonvillefor 1313 N.W. 4th Pl. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
Recreation time 5:30 p. m. Sup Lake City, 3 p. m.; Senior runningfor
worship service fOl- the I write for, will a few days' visit with them.
Intermediates'and Methodist papers W. H. Maxwell clerk
per for Seniors Fellowship at First mayor; ; .
6:15 p. m. Worship Service MYF Church. 5:45 p. m. Evening Worship lowed at the usual hour and Com,forgive me and not censor me too Marklee Norman, marshal; all one YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE

groups, 6:45 p. m. "Keeping Virtures from Be- munion was observed. heavily. I made an effort to write I year terms. Filing for the three

Evening Worship 7:30 p. m., coming Vices," 7:30 p. m. During the past week several the news some time ago. It was'council vacancies were W. H.
13-Circles of members of the Tabernacle group Griffin, J. W. Horne, John H. LEVELby
"Change Your Hitching Post.: Tues.. Sept. so nerve wracking I was unableto
attended participated in serv- Parker and D. E. Hill. The council
Monday-Circle 4 meets, 8 p. Women of the Church .meet as try it again. Am sorry to have
ices at Lake Butler, conducted by seats are each for a twoyearterm. airs. H. :M.
m. follows: No. 1 with Mrs. W. T. to let readers down I have.I McKueAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
my as
Dr. John McNeill at Trinity Bible .
Tuesday-WSCS Prayer Group, Jackson; No. 2 with Mrs. John will do better in the future-if Gospel
9:30: a. m. I Mixon; No. 3 with Mrs. Gerald Church. my health permits from now on. I Inspectors for the election will
Wednesday-Chlldren's Bible.Griffis at Camp Blanding.Wed. There will be a speaker from be K. B. Watterson, H. D. May Rev. Fred Messarra of Clear-,
We attended services at our
Story hour. 3:15: p. m. Church' ., 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meet- the Gideon Camp at the Sunday home church Sunday, the first and Mrs. William Hammond, appointed -:water filled the pulpit at Pine I .
morning hour, Sept. 11. by the G. P.Wads- Level Church Sunday night in the,
Can mayor
School Workers Conference, 7:30I ing and 3rd study in "You | time I have been able to attend
I :worth. The voting place is Hampton absence of the pastor, Rev. Hall,
p.m. Witness led by Mrs. K. G. Dun- since I wrote the last news. We -
Thursday-Youth Choir Rehearsal can. / rYYYYYYYTTYYYYYfYYTYYfTTKeystone i City Hall, from 7 a. m. to 7 who left Jacksonville by plane to
were really glad to be back in the
6:30 p: m. Chancel Choir Re- Thur., 3:30: p. ,ta., Junior Choir house of the Lord again. Everyone I II p. m.Stork. Worth take part, Texas.in a meeting at Ft.I Meeting
hearsal, 7:30 p. m. practice. HeightsA seemed So glad to see us. Na- Shower Fetes
Mrs. Dunvood Dortch Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grooverof
turally that made us feel better [
Mrs. Durwood Dortch of Waldo, Miami spent Sunday night with
Hi-Way Chapel Christian Church A A AAAAA AAA LA LA ALA ALA ALA than we would have if they had I
not shown the former Josephine Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae.V. .
some love and
Assembly of God Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor appre
Keystone Sportsmen Hampton, was honored .
ciated our being in the midst. We Friday E. Thornton left Thursdayof
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classes Newfoundland Bound do hope we can attend regularly evening Sept. 2 at a stork showerat last week for Aberdeen, Md.,

Ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic for all ages. C. W. Colsoft, Supt. After several weeks of careful in the future. We had 50 presentin Hampton City Hall. where he will attend school for

Service 7:30: p. m.WednesdayWomen's. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening preparation, Frank Walrath Jr., Sunday School. There were 46 Games were played, and Mrs. four months.

Mission- worship. 7:30: p. m. Christian EP- Keystone's postmaster, Roy Wat- the Sunday before, 35 Of these Dortch opened gifts in the presence Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Church ofChrist

ary Council meeting, 10 a. m. deaver 6 p. m. kins, local surveyor, and L. K. brought their Bibles 32 had pre- of approximately 30' guests. Clyde Huey of Gainesville on the

Thursday-Midweek Preaching Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Walrath, Jacksonville attorney, pared their lessons, and 29 were I Refreshments were served by the birth of a fine baby boy in Alachua -

Service, 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. left Sept. 1 by auto to St. Ste- 100 per cent members. We feel hostesses, Mrs. J. W. Horne, Mrs. General Hospital, Sept. 2. Mrs.

, Saturday-Children's Story and Church located on W. Call and phans, Nova Scotia. They will this does very well for a churchso j!Frank Williams, Mrs. George Williams Huey is remembered as Miss

Recreation Hour, 3 p. m. Christian streets. A friendly wel- then ferry to Newfoundland and far back in the woods as Long and Mrs. D. E. HilL Shirley McRae of this community.The .

come waits everyone.A Caribou and fish for salmon and Branch is. We had 30 present in I Missionaries To Be At baby has been named Mar-

YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- I then take the train fo" Indian Training Union. There are 35 enrolled Baptist Church SundayMr. shall Clyde Jr.

brook purse-size fountain pens to representative of the Gideon Lake. The party plans to hunt I believe, and we made a I and Mrs. Dick Corley, soon Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Callahan

pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad Society will be a guest speaker at trout in Indian Lake. The party grade of 60 per cent. It seems we to leave as missionaries to Iran, and daughter, Karen,- of Miami

ford County Telegraph. the 11 o'clock service this Sunday. plans to be away for three weeks. are slow in building up the Train-I will speak and show colored slidesat visited Mrs. Callahan's parents,

---- --- Lions ClubA ing Union. It is new for this' Sunday evening services at Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby, last 10TH AND McMAHON
special meeting of the Lions church and some do not know Hampton Baptist Church on Sun- weekend.Mrs. .

Club was held Monday, Aug. 29, what it is "all about," bat if they day, Sept. 11, at 8 p. m. J. G. Jackson and
at Clay Electric Co-op, and voted would come and be with "Gideon will be ob-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE +I I us they Sunday" ters of Starke visited Mrs. B. M.
to hold its regular dinner meet I would soon learn it is a wonderful served Sunday morning in the McRae last Saturday. Miss Sil-

ings at Thompson's Dinette. The help in the Lord's work. All.regular service at 11 a. m., pas- viva Andrews was a dinner guestof Sept. 25th Oct. 2nd
FLA. Club has been an inspiration in are invited to come and help us, tor Marvin Faile stated, with a Mrs. McRae on Monday.
the Civic Life of Keystone.The or let us help you! Our Sunday special speaker to explain the
Lions meet on the 2nd and School teacher was too sick to work and purposes of the Gideon Airman 1-c Jerry A. Dyal ar
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor each month. All rived at Atlanta, Ga., on Aug. 2 1
4th of
Monday teach last Sunday. She was pres- Bible Society.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town visiting Lions are invited. A. Alt-!. ent but not able to stand and Hampton Baptist Church was with his wife and little son, Buddy 7:30 P. M. .
and Mrs.
Phones Office 234 -Pastoriom 130 man, president of the club, has teach us, so Betty Mosley taught I host Thursday evening, Sept. 1, had Annie Kelly. They
a short visit with the H. M.
appointed 18 members to serve on in her place. I did my regular to New River Baptist Association'squarterly .
McRaes one day last week on theuway
various committees for the wel-
work Betty had been doing this training union mass
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.tf. 8:00 P.M. fare of the club and the civic life in my absence, but she had workto meeting. Lacy Conway was principal 'Alma to visit Jerry's mother, Mrs
Dyal, at Hampton.Mrs. .
School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. of Keystone. do anyway. speaker for the evening's
Sunday Keystone's Public Schools The following news is not all program, which included a devotional B. M. McRae and Mrs. V.. Acts 17: (they) "Searched The Scrip-

Midweek ServIce Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Keystone's Public Schools opened up-to-date, but maybe part of it and h'Dl1singing.. Re- E. Thornton visited Mr. and Mrs. .

Monday, Aug. 29, with an en- is still news to some. freshments were served followingthe Carl Dobbs at Lake City last t tures Daily, Whether Those Things Were

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at rollment of 153 pupils, an increaseof Betty and John Brombelow meeting by ladies of the Sunday afternoon.

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. between 15 and 20 over last (Betty is better known here as Hampton church. So."

year's registration. All former Liza) returned home to Jack- Leroy Yarborough and Max
personnel were on hand for the sonville after staying here and Youngblood, of Tennessee Temple I PEST CONTROL

-. opening day with the exception of helping Mom and Daddy for a College, Chattanooga, Tenn.,were'
".. one new teacher in the personof week or more.Sanderson guest musicians at the church I! TERMITESALL
Mrs. Bonnie Jones of Keystone Bennett and wife, Wednesday evening, Aug. 31, for, TYPES OF A CHALLENGE TO YOUTO
See Beautiful Slides Of Iran Heights. The school cafeteria will and John Higgenbothem and wife, weekly prayer meeting. Mr. GROVE SPRAYING

Hear Testimonies of Missionaries to Iran 8 P. M. be under the supervision of Mrs. all from Baldwin, were callers on Youngblood led hymn singing,I
Mildred Glasson. The PTA meetings the Strickland's recently. Needless while Mr. Yarborough accompa- Florida Pest Control

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH will be announced the' third to say they are welcome to I nied on the piano, and played a & Chemical Co. BE WITH US IN SEARCHINGAND

Tuesday in Sept. call at any time. There were numerous piano solo.
Hampton Fla. Phone Franklin 6-6035 STUDYING THE BIBLE
others who called on us ;i School Lunchroom
Mrs. James Price and familyand but the names were not written I Lunchroom participation a t 2t X. W. 16th Ave.

Sunday School 10 P.M. Mrs. Price's mother, Mrs.I down, therefore not remembered. ':Hampton School averaged 104 for Gainesville,.Fla

Stanley are enjoying a vacationin So sorry! I'i the first week of school, Mrs. Ola Call for estimate

Training Union 8 P.M. t Warthen, Ga. The August P. T. A. meetingof M. Perkins, principal, said this

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dwyer left the Clay Hill school was held I week. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Faile ,, --
'- -
-- --- -- --
i Sept. 7, for a two weeks visit with I at Faye England's residence. ,I were guests at the lunchroom following .:.--. -- -- .- -- - -- -- -- -- --- --'--- .------. -'"-
"Hour of
Power" Wed. P-M.
their son and daughter-in-law,I Committees were appointed and,, chapel services last Wed-i

MARVIN FAILE. Pastor Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dwyer Jr., in all was made ready to go to ,nesday. Correcting last week's :

East Hartford, Conn. They will I work. We were unable to attend.'Hampton news, Mrs. Perkins said I Old Stove Round
also visit their son-in-law and this meeting. It happended to be, that Rev. Willard M. Jones of. UpAT

daughter, Mr. .and Mrs. John ,one of our worst days and when II Hampton Christian Church will

Scott of New Britian, Conn. one of these days hits us we are conduct chapel the first Wednes-

d- h. Mrs. C. C. Muse will return I unable to do anything much but day of each month, and Rev. Marvin GAS

I home the week of Sept. 7 from a I take medicine and go to the doc- Faile of Hampton Baptist

month's vacation in Anchorage, tor. Looks like we will be unableto Church the third Wednesday. Out- SLADE

BACK TO CHURCH Alaska where she was a guest of do much work of this kind side pastors will conduct services COMPANY

the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Teague. this year, but we feel they can get on the second and fourth Wednes-

Mrs. Teague is Mrs. Muse's sis- along just as well without us. A days.

good meeting was reported. Someof Personals

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11TH ter.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Finneganand the county officers were pres- I Mrs. Joe McKowen and Johnnyof BRINGS ONCE A YEAR BARGAINS -
family have returned to their ent and plans included activitiesfor Oakland, N. J. are visiting in -

home in Alexandria. Va. after a the whole district. The Rich-j I Hampton this week with Mr. and
ten-day visit with Mr. Finnegan's I ard Lang family have all taken 'Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Mr. and

EVERY PERSON parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas''I time out during the summer to JMrs. Madison Lee. ON HARDWICK AUTOMATIC GAS RANGESTURN

Soutnerland. spend some time in Tampa with I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon

Al Nelson has returned home relatives, different ones going at|and daughter visited Mrs. Sax-

ATTEND SOME CHURCH from a two-week visit in Greens-''I different times. All are at home on's parents in Eau Gallie for the KNOB OVEN LIGHTS AUTOMATICALLY

boro, N. C. (.again and ready for the school Labor Day weekend.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Souther-
year.Rev. and Mrs. F. B. Hicks of
land left Thursday for a week's I I Herbert Higdon is the .
I Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.G.
Help Fill Your Church vacation in St. Petersburg and pastor for the Long Branch churchfor .
t I C. Cox in Hampton Monday.Mrs.
the TRADESDuring
Naples. coming year. Annie Godwin returned to
Mrs. Henry Magna, a recent Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson
Jacksonville with them for a
Bring A Friend guest of her cousin, Mrs. Art made a flying trip up into Georgia -II I

9 Beckwith, flew back to New York last week and on the way back visit.Mr.. and Mrs. R. C. Gray of

by plane the past week. stopped at their oldest son's resi- Jacksonville visited the Marvin OLD STOVEROUNDUP
\ Dr. George Bird and son John, dence and brought the oldest
Failes in Hampton one day last
Sponsored recent guests of Dr. Bird's mother daughter (about 4 years old) I
By week en route to Tampa.
Mrs. Ella Bird, have returnedto home with them for a few days.
Mrs. Martha Williams, formerly
STARKE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION : their home in Syracuse N. y.1(Jack's folks had several in with I{a teacher at Hampton Elementary

Dr. Bird will resume his teaching of them for the weekend, but sorrywe 1 School, is teaching sixth grade in Gives You A ChanceTo 1
journalism at Syracuse Univer- did not learn the names. Mrs.
--. : -' .. -' .. sity this fall. Clara Boone returned from :Ma-I Balboa Canal Zone schools this Own A Glamorous
according to word receivedby t
..--.- - ... _._,... _-,-,- ---_. E. P. Allen of Birmingham, Ala. con, Ga. Saturday morning and,year her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
i was a recent guest of Jess Lewis.vvyYYYYYYYYmnvYr. was with us in services Sunday. New Hardwick t
Jeanette Knight daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Knight has Outside painting of Hampton At ABargain i iI

I i ; spent most of the summer withan completed Christian this Church week parsonage, the latest was of I

REVIV AL II iI aunt in Tampa, trying her I several improvements undertaken Price j
I hand as a grocery store employee.Ion
the house recently. !
Seems she liked the work real' That We Can Offer You
Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Jacks
I well and she will probablly stay t tt
I land sons of Memphis Tenn., left But
I awhile longer with this aunt.A Once A Year ,
home after two t
I Sunday for a
two weeks revival has been !
Beginning I II Rev. S. F. Beard arrived from 'weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.
II conducted at the Ebenezer (Clay
I i Chicago last Friday and took over iHamer Lott" in Hampton. Mrs.
Hill) Church. We understand it $50 TRADE-IN tii
SEPTEMBER 12 1955 4 his duties as pastor here. The. pea. closed Saturday night. (Jacks is the daughter of Mr. and I

I : nut boiling and pound party held I We are having some good rains I Mrs. Lott. f
at the church in his honor last Sunday visitors at the H. B. !
I here and really needed them, as ii Regardless of Condition !
I EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH I II i Saturday night was quite a suc the land has been so dry and we i(Wiggins home were Mr. and Mrs.
I C. L. Hodges of Macclenny and '
I Of Old
cess.School ,have not had water enough to Range
I z got off to a good start, ,'Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and
in well
keep as much water our --
here last Monday, but due to a'I. daughter of Jacksonville.
I as we needed. We feel this will !
decrease in enrollment, one of our Homer Greene of Jacksonville
not be our complaint for long now.
I SERVICES teachers, Mrs. Mattie Ellis, had visited last weekend in Hamptonwith
I as the water is rising some In
I to be transferred to another the well at present, and we can his daughters, Mrs. W. A. UP TO $100 TRADEIN ON GAS RANGES, :
EACH I school. Saxon, Mrs. Madison Lee, and Mrs.
get water and no sand now. We
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof Margaret McKowen.
Tampa spent Labor Day week- are thankful for this. Mr. and Mrs. James Broome
NIGHT/ end here with relatives. with Mrs. Barney Eggers while i I and family of Orlando visited the

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shultz of Barney underwent a tonsilectomy.Dan Johnsons and other relativesin i

I I North Carolina, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ollie Nipper and Dwight': Hampton for the Labor Day

, II :L Beach of Jacksonville visited Nipper of Tampa, and Mrs. Do- weekend.

II I I Mrs. Delores Carmichael during shia Prescott of Brooker were,, Miss Betty Durling and Mrs. !
I REV. W. L. SELPH I the weekend. Archie Carmichael dinner guests of the Ancel Nor' Ethel Tidwell drove to Plant GAS CO.

I was also home from his duties as mans last Sunday.Mr. I City Sunday to visit relatives,

I Will Be TheEvangelist camp counselor at Crystal Lake. and Mrs. J. W. Upchurchand and take F. M. and Edward Dees

Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby, and family of Miami visited relatives home after their visit in Hamp- I

I I Mrs. Frank Norman visited relatives here last weekend.
i in Tampa last Sunday. Rev. Milton Dukes underwentan and Mrs. Avory Slade and Starke Florida

i i Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp went appendectomy in the Lake sons were Sunday visitors with .
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(0-------- -.-,- -, L ...., ,...- -,':. to Jacksonville last Friday to be City Hospital last week. 'relatives in Maxville. -. -- ..:. -- -- -- ,-. ---- -- ." -- -- -- -- -- '" _- -___ __-__-_ _--_- _. -.f.-__





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BHS Officers Band For Elects Year 'With''Mister Star Roberts'Cast I 1 Wyman]Have Star And Roles Hudson I Conner Defends I Freeholders Urged To Register Now FILL DIRT I Let Me-- --

Buzzy Green was elected presi- .Coming To FloridaThe At Park Theatre Small Counties I I'I For Trustee Election Next November GOOD RICH I I GROVE HARROW

dent of the BHS Band at an election senstional Broadway comedy "Magnificent Obsession" a ; AND DOUBLE DISC

held Tuesday at the school. technicolor (Continued from Page One) I II TOP SOILSee
hit "Mister Roberts has been I production of the inspiring I il I .
named at YourPECAN
Other officers brought to the screen starring love-story by Lloyd: C. legislators of being selfish and Marian L Crosby Bradford [all,future electionsIrs.. Crosby .
time were: Billy Torode vice Douglas author of "The Robe," of I I
e Fonda James Cagney William backward just because we don't I j,.County Supervisor Registration, .{continued. GROVE
president: ; Josie Maze secretary; Henry will open Sunday at the Park calls attention to the fact that
with them.
and Jack Lemmon. agree Any who have become,
Sandra Jones. treasurer; and Powell Theatre for a' three-day run. !an election of school trustees.1 I BILL JACKSONJackson BY THE HOUROVID
Filmed in CinemaScope, it will Conner commended Gov. Collins ,property owners since they previously -
Frederick Pellum, reporter. A The strong cast is headed by will] be held on Tues.. Nov. I t
the wide screen at the exponent of giving 8.j'I I registered should contact I Transfer Company ,
quartermaster and a librarian will occupy ,Jane Wyman and Rock Hudson, "O nly freeholders are eligible LEWIS
Theatre. Sunday through another Senator to South Florida the registration office in the
be appointed by the bandmaster. Florida supported by Agnes Moorehead, for a statement the vote in this election, which is'important I'1 I Phone 165 Phone s.>6-W
governor courthouse and have their free-
M. C. Thompson.The Tuesday. .Otto Kruger and Barbara Rush. to the welfare of the
made I
on Day to the effect holder status stated the
so on
CUe role, justas I
band has started drillingin Fonda plays Theme of the celebrated Douglas schools and of the school children ,
that he would not use "the big rds.. 'I --
hit. rel';>
he did in the stage Cagney novel is keyed to a woman's great in Bradford the
preparation for ::1 with stick" or reprisals in County Supervisor -
;) game of forcing I
I is right at home in the role need for the man she has most A freeholder is a person who: !I II

macclenny-Glenn Sept. 16. Uniforms in Macclenny were issued on "Doc.William" Lemmon Powell plays is seen the as benign the j reason almost to destroyed hate a man her life.who has An of small-county view."But. solons to his point I "All said.persons who have not :yet '|i!'ownership has an immediate interest, legal beneficial or j j Sell It Rent It Trade It

I registered to vote and who havelived
the next day he | |
I hard boiled ship captain while ]i accident to wastrel Hudson requires in Bradford !equitable, in the title to a fee i iI

hapless junior officer whose : use of the only resuscitator quoted by the press as saying i: months and in Florida County for the six simple estate in land. j \WITH A
I han t legislators opposing him in i pastjear I TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
"plots" against the captain aboard proI[!'i the area. The equipment is this fight would not be eligible || should immediately take advantage "If you own land in Bradford i iI
the laughs 'owned
vide of by Dr. Wayne Phillips, who
many known! for 'favors.' That did not sound !, of the fact that registration -I County, see to i t that your \|
Tuesday.C466 "The Bucket as the ship ;dies of a sudden heart attack
Low Rates Good
I Results
Palmer a vivacious so reassuring. Conner said. I! books are now open, and become 'registration card shows it." the Easy To PlaceO
. its crew. Betsy when he is denied the use of the 'I
to blonde. portrays the navyjj!i resuscitator.Out I"H owever, I think that Bradford 'I qualified to vote in this and 'Supervisor advised. I WORDS OR LESS ONE LXSERTlOTf 50CI

nurse who leads the romantic assault of Hudson's devotion to ,County can get along without I II I I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c I

on the men of the USS Re- Dr. Phillips widow in an effortto I any more new roads for a few i UI"cor\'T. : OF IS PER CE>T OV TWO OR fORE 1>! ERTIO%-
years rather than lose a fight 2.-SC \n lTIO"\L FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS :>OT PUn ADVANCE
undo his lifetime |
luctant. of wrong -
I that might cost us thousands of SOIL CONSERVATION
1. _. ; : ...., ..- ---- comes the "magnificent obses- We need man or lady to handle 'Ok RENT-Attractive 11"rl"rn
0- (01 ts ion," an obsession that providesone annually if they go to indE'pendt'nt"atkins business In furni.-hed house on Ktng.-lev
charging the race track fund dis- N-E-W-S !Ptarke.' Write C. R. Ruble TheJ. Lake. Inquire at Telegraph. Mr*
You Know? of the most compelling love R. Watkins Co.. P. O. Pux :2447.? II. C. Bence, 2223 St Johns. Jax
..DL( Did stories ever told on the motion tribution. Bradford County received -i Memphis. Tenn. !tchg9FOR ( S ,
$127,200 in race track By Bill Haas Y
picture screen. I.O\KI.Y SPINET PUNOWe SALE-Slightly used Westinghouse
STARKE FLA. not due tol money during the 1955 season. I will soon have in your vicinitya Electric range. Excellent-
Many illnesses Conner predicted: "We will probably U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION lovely Spinet Piano. late model. condition, priced cheap. Siadt*
diseased organs but to I To responsible party will sell at big Oas Co. ltl'hsr
the FOR SALE be in Tallahassee many. I reduction with small down paymentand
which prevent SERVICE ,
Sun., Mon. and Tues. pressures or-I many months before this reapportionment -! easy monthly tf'rms."rite Immediately LICENSED WELL DRILLER. Sam
Sept. 11, 12. 13, gans from working normally. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 ; to Credit Manager P. O. Jordan. We guarantee Water..
.. fight is finally ..--- -h.- Box 2613 Jacksonville 3. Fla., and Phone 596!. Melrose. Fla. 11/S3:!;;
DOUBLE FEATURE : Man:I settled. Many legislators are making -' j jI you will be advised where instrument -
Below Is such a rase I LOT 100 FEET. The Board of Supervisors for cultipacker to plant Pensacola can lie seen. 3tch? 9/25:! RE\L ULTS
Magnificent ObsessionJane L: 38. Had severe fall and I a personal sacrifice of time New General Electric '
Age the Bradford Soil Conservation I Bahia seed on his place portable
I knocked out for a time. I' By 175 Ft. Deep Bejueen Martin I and mor.ey to stay there. but we grass FOR SALE-1949 Plymouth 4 door i idE'luxeradio ironers (including table and
U'yman and Rock Hudson I was I 'I District held their regular month- south of town. and heater, 1943 chair) Were $100.95 now 59.93
There was no apparent injury Frultstore and New Sinclair small county legislatbrs know j'ly meeting at Lloyd Green's home. Studebaker ton pick-up wth New 3/4 Ton General EIE''triAir \I
-AndDangerous developed headaches, I I StationBy that we can't afford to lose. We Pete Wainwright also used the overdrive. Both in excellent con- Conditioner was $379.95 now "
I but I Those present were, Foster Shi.cultipaccker, to plant Bahia seed. dition. Can be seen at H. A. Law- $274.95. 1 W
CrossingJeanne in neck, nervousness I I feel that we're fighting the 1l1tI : sonsjifter 5pm.; New H Ton General
tension ltp .
Smith, Sam McGarvey J. B. Electric Air
sealed bids. Bids tu be mail Pete remarked that he wanted the
tied Conditioner,
Grain and Michael Rennie I and trouble sleeping. Still later I to t I e for the poeple we represent. I White, Zedra Hamilton, and L. J. planter set wide open. "I have FOR S.\LE-Dne mare. good condition $1 i9,95. was $309.95 now 1 1fi.

of being tired very gentle, nice for chil- J.
he complained I Green Supervisors Bill Haas Soil MrGRIFF
Plus Cartoon for Children L. II. STARKE want
Color occasional GIBSON found that if you a quick dren.Vill work anywhere. G. t- .\P P LI"CES
and Band Parents
all the time I Bids to be opened Sept. 27, Conservation Service. ; stand of grass it pays to put a Good rider. Box 146 Lawtey. Fla. 100 W. Call St.. Starke, Fla.Strhg.

I numbness in legs, I I 1955. Rejections reserved. I iTo Meet Monday I Chairmen of the committees lot of seed in the ground," says Up 9'11
Wed., Thur.-Sept. 14. 15 A Chiropractor found a displaced In I Music I for the Program of Greater Service Pete. FOR SALE OR REXT-New three
DOUBLE FEATURE pressing : Building were appointed. These committees GET YOUR bedroom home on lake near Key
I vertabrae was I stone Height Phone ,
Dr. II.
Eston Brown and James Rosier
West of Zanzibar en the spinal cord and thus producing : STOP! LOOK! T. T. Long, president of the.Finance are Program Publicity.and Legislative.Education,|used the chopper to chop their Safety Belts at fi. Bolllnger. Itp

Ids distress. The pressure local Band Parents organization fields before they turn the land. SEYMOUR'S "66" FOR SALE-Building lots on new
I 1
The the
Anthony Steel and Sheila Sim FRESH FISH job of Soil Islanding Road.
was removed and the has issued a call for the first ConservationT he chopper cuts all the weeds of small tracts :
District l I acreage or subdivision. > \
AndConquest 'I ig a one. STATIONFOR >; mile
symptoms disappeared. This pa- Dressed Daily meeting of the fall season to beheld Protecting our soil and all other and old crop into small pieces I from portable city limits. Also good used i!\

of Space I lent now enjoys normal health. Mullet lb 19c Monday night, Sept. 12, in natural resources is just as important which makes it easier to turn SALE-Used gas space heater $35. Mrs. L.Underwood M. Clark. Rt typewriter 1, Box I,
the new BHS music building at 8 under. 440. Bessant Rd., left at Call St.
various sizes, f
Eric Fleming and Walter Brooke For an honest evaluation of to our well-being as is new also I bridge. 1 mile.
lb 49c m. galvanized double driveway gates. Itch? t
Trout p.
Plus Cartoon for Children your health problems! visit the I the protection of our shores eight feet wide, used very rhort

Perch lb 29c Urges Long: against an armed enemy. FOR SALE-Temple A\e. U. S. time. Cash only. See Rev. R. E. IS NEW HOMES \
Come and our new band MacBlain, 651 E. South St Phone
By breaking this SOl, lot 100 ft. 175 ft. SRTOG.HEIGHTS
Fri., Sat.-Sept. 16. 17 BOLLINGER master. big job of by deep 60-W.; 2tp 9/16 \
See MARVINAt conservation down into smaller between Martin Frultstore and Ceaatrartloi atarta
DOUBLE FEATURE Come and the band hall. FOR SALE-40 ImBtdUtelr. \
CHIROPRACTIC I I see new Hampshire Red Prire ta >eteraa.
parts the District is able to do a New Sinclair Station by sealed pullets, 4 $10400 dew.
Market Next Come and hear the band mos. old. Mary Guy parnteat. $%000 ,
The EGG and I fish beCome tter of bids. Bids to be mailed L. 4th house north of witala ae
CLINICOffice PlaY'j, job getting help to the to new Under- month. $233.60 .t el.... *>.
With Claudette I Door to Nick's Fruit Stand and have people. in Bradford County. II.. Gibson, Starke. Bids to be 301.wood Motel on east side Hiway Veteran small daw ,fufmtmt .
Colbert and ltp ..... \
Bamlaal < _
Come and let's really get organized at tletlmg, Bal
Fred BlacMurray located 2 blocks north of I I opened Sept. 27, 1955. Rejections a.H lt- t.... reat. Kltehei !
Office in Starke. for this school year. Soil survey maps were received reserved. Stchg 9-23 FOR RENT-Three bedroom block eqolpmtat If deaired. C.leU.. \
-And- Come and bring your dues-$lfc](I r the farms of Asa McKeithan home.furnished.Prand No new. Partially date Navrnbrr 13. 1955. Make
range or refriger-
Under California Stars 9 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 FRIGIDAIREs er family. I of Graham, Emil Meyer of Hampton call ator.Mrs.$65 per mo. If interested roar aelectl* aovr.

"We'll be looking for you," i Lake A. D. Crosby of New ville. Franklin Gladys 2-S651.Canova. Gaines-ltp FLORIDA REALTY CO. \
With Roy Rogers Thursdays and Evenings W.C.T.U.
President Long. River L. A. Wynn of Hampton Of Starke
Plus Serial "King Of The Congo" by Appointment THERE'S JUST ONE ,
Lake and B. E. Reddish Lawtey. WHETHER Real Estate
Chap. 3 and Cartoon for Children Lady Assistant FRIGIDAIREMade Keystone CAP A complete soil and water conservation THAT OF A DOCTOR. LAWYER ATTENTION 35S Teazle Are. ,..Ie.a... 333 :,
.1 I !;tarke. FUrlda
farm plan will be developed -
_ _ _ )-L-_-.-.-.-.-.---.--.---1.p only by General To Fly Three Days from these soils maps. TOTAL: TEACHER ABSTINENCE FARMER IS TilE FARMERS!

.. .. ., Motors Corp. All other FOR SALE-10 acra farm 2 rot.
C---- u---- tuI -- ---.'. Electric For Observer Corps Jack Hall D. L. Thomas, and,ONLY SAFE METHOD. $5,000 $10,000 $5,000 east of Starke. Has 7-room house
Refrigerators with
; are lights
(N'ATION'AL'OICE.. and water. Bath
Tom Carey used the District rotocycle ) $10.50 -- 6 MONTHS room. 10% cash. Palance like
I NEED AND WANT YOUR made by other companies The Keystone Heights Squadron mower to mow their rent. See L. G. Hemingway Box:
and cannot use the word of the Civil Air Patrol will fly NO MEMBERSHIP FEES 293. Starke. Fla. 4t, "IS
tures. D. L. said that the Pen- \
I II Frigidaire. I from dawn to sundown for three sacola Bahia was getting ahead

VOTE days September 6, 7, 8.\.to assist I|of the cows and that he was mowing -I Auto and Truck Liability (

am deeply concerned about the growth and Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE the Ground Observer corps in I it to keep good grazing. Doyle E. CONNER F
programof spotting and transmitting
/1 II' ,, # i/f/ui
our city and if you. the citizens of Starke, elect me ? ? mation for clearance infor-I Lucian Hazen used the District's i -i Insurance Agency

as your Councilman.. I will strive at all times to work THEN SEE ter centers. This Civil Air Patrol I Phone 285 1S6V.. Call St. p. I

for the best interest of all. and will keep you posted as mission is in connection with the:Equipment Stolen .

to what is going on at all times. I Ground Observers drive for in-I FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 16 Con- -
; E. H. SMITH crease in membership and aircraft 'From New RJE crete block. 18c. Cement $1.40
t per bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per Evinrude Motors
Sincerely..your : recognition proficiency. bag. Bradford: Engineering Co. I
Washington has announced Equipment valued at around I nhtne 94. Starke. tf Parts
an .
I Service
: Tenth and Temple Are. increase i in the $250 was stolen from the new -
W. H. (BILL) NOEGEL JR. ground ObserverCorps FOR RENT-Cottage. Four rooms
I Starke, Fla. and a drive for thousandsof RJE negro school Tuesday night i: nicely furnished. Electric refrigerator .
when unknown entered } 1 and lights included $35.
persons : :
new members. This comes afterrealization Adults preferred. E. F. Nuern- Zimmel Runabouts
I (Pd. Pol. Adv. I Ii :. -- .-- that our guard must be the building through a window I I burge Kingsley Court, Kingsley

......_-._.________._ __ _r_._ ___' '__ -. ---- up constantly because any new : Stolen were: one new typewriter -! Lake. 4tp 9/16

tack will first come from the at-I one electric iron, and one FRED'S MARINE

Capt. Bert Christoffers ; record player. The articles were! BILL SOTO
-i--------t I COLONIALFLORIST J I removed from three different CENTER
hopes that this will stimulate I SIGN
I cadet enrollment in the Civil Air:'rooms.
NEW Temple &
Patrol. More and better pilots: I Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown said One Mile South Pratt Starke

McCULLOCHYou'll Ji I must be found and trained to Wednesday afternoon: "We have I -_ I' On Keystone Highway ,

some good footprints and good FOR REXT-3 bedroom frame I
man the
new supersonic aircraft.
mate more II I : fingerprints" Evidence indicated, Phone 178-L newly redecorated 515 '
"An easier and better entrance II South St. Contact Colonial Florist -
money with this new PHONE 218 I to a career in aviation cannot be: that two persons were involved in I All Types Signs phone %18. Itchg :
champion of chain i
the theft. II
I found than through the Civil FOR SALE:-Mexican Burr.
Air 2
saws.It has more 'I t I II LOST !1 old. Gentle. $100. years
-Childs white Hampton
i Patrol Capt. Christoffers said. gold diamond ., Junction Fruit
horsepower,and more () [ i iI I ring Tuesday at school. Reward. .' Stand. UpI
cutting speed.Total I And in this connection the Key. ELECT I want to take this opportunity Sally Sink phone 199-W. ._ItchgI j I ] WILL BUY from
I stone Heights squadron is one of'the I owner lots or
weight Just of thanking each of you j FOR S.\LE-Good used apartmentsize acreage vacant or improved prop
best in that we have our I Gas erty, within 35 mile of Starke.
31 : range. Reasonable. Mrs J.
FLOWERSFor for having been so nice and K. Wall.
I,, I own ships, airport Link trainer i j jI OVID LEWIS kind to me when I have visited | A.N3-F.\\"Sauls. 633 McMabone, phone itohg Pen. Del.,713 Starke.' Laura St.. or tfchg write

( i i AU Occasions I'jheadquarters. and training pro- and talked with in behalfof Wanted
$371.00 you -
$ I gram. I Councilman FOR SALE-Gas range $15. Contact Lady Seamstress alter-
iI I my candidacy for City Coun'il. Women of Presbyterian nations.
I DISH GARDENS The new mission of three &ts&sr-- Apply I'
daysj I ( In the event I have failedto Church. Phone 351, or Mrs. Starke Dry .
DELIVERED will cover considerable Crowson at 29 It phone U.
area of ltchg
POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY contact you, please bear in
I I north Florida and cadets will fly'I- mind that it has not been WANTED-Upright piano in good I 1 ATTENTION-Man or Woman: Need ,
j my
FLORIDA SAW COMPANY as observers. condition. Phone 10*. Dr. Bollinger. a job or. extra money Give ,me
i intention to do so, as I wish to Up the opportunity of telling you about

2727 N. W. 6th Street i Flowers WiredAnywhere i I see each ol you, personally IF you want to sell. list your property -r selling ally Advertised approximately Products 250 with Nation-87
i Ground-Breaking and earnestly solicit your vote with us: also pick up FREE years' reputation and Money Back

Phone FR-6-3411 Gainesville, Fla. I(i Program PlannedBy and support.In STROUT FREE' BARGAIN CATALOGUES LISTS of Farms.AND Cnarantce.

? Homes!, Retirement homes RUBBER STAMPS made to order
PresbyteriansGround asking for tote. Iran Ranches and Business daters. numberers, ;
... your property at notary seals
.... ..' facsimile
- - : your local STROUT OFFICE located stamps. Bradford
Nona St. Starke make no other County
1---------i 5 miles S. of Starke on Hl- Telegraph. tf
breaking ceremonies for than to tell each of you, when way :301. P. O. Box 507 Starke

1I -I-- the new addition to the First elected to your City Council, Johnie Florida.Hansen.STROUT Rep. REALTY, z% PAID STATE OS' SAVINC5 BANK KEYSTONE -
I Korean Veterans Presbyterian Church education I will serve you honestly, conscientiously 9/9-23 10/7-M chg -ro\F.: HEIGhTS FLA.. ME1.

building will be held Sunday morning and to the best of BER FDIC

I at 10:30: o'clock, according toby my ability for the advancementof ELECTRIC MOTORS LET .. 0. ODOM. JR.

announcement the pastor, Rev. good government HNDLR YOUR
and Serviced CATTLE AND HOGS
1 Wm. S. McAliley. SALES ,

I FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT NIGHT | Elder E. M. Davis, representing As it is your civic duty, I General Machine Work All Live CalBrVllIe OAk Each Each Wrdifeadar Friday

1 t the Session of the church, will want to urge each of )ou to Work GuaranteedReasonable U

UNDER G. I. BILL I turn the first spade of dirt. J. R. go the the polls on September13th Rates
j Kite I is chairman of the building and vote for the ones you FOR SALE

II I committee for the 18 x 78 feel most! capable and qualifiedto
Mon. Thru Thurs. 6:30 9:40 P.M. j I SEAL SLAG
which will house seven Sunday serve >ou. If you thinkI ROCK

I II I Ii i School classrooms and a pastor's am that person I shall forever ELECTRIC & MACHINE I

EARN WHILE YOU LEARN I I study. Cost of the addition is I CAPABLE -EXPERIENCED be grateful to you for your SHOPF. Excellent for Driveways .

I I approximately $5,000. \ote. Above all, VOTE! \V. GRAUDON Oller.Igr.. and Parkways

I IF INTERESTED CONTACT I Rev. McAliley will preside at i QUALIFIED Temple i Pratt Ph. 397 f

EARMADILLO '5 the ceremony and will recognize Thanking you, I am $3.00 Per Yard .

I BILL PATRAY PHONE 125 I Ii '3HIE.UXD WrrH AN ARMOUPAS various groups of the church who For Continued Sincerely yours, BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE-Rem : I In 5 Yard Lets

PROTtSTION: AGAINST have assisted in the ington Quietwrlter Portable Type-
., ,
----------- - ------.' HI EHEMlE :gram. Growth Of Starke J. W. (Jim) Ritch ,. writer with Miracle Tab and carrying Call I
I 1 case. Office demonstrator. I
OTHER MEANS sirs value. Yours for $100. Brad- JACKSON
,I or PR01'L I OP A SLOW RUN. _. -5 Phone 165 I
WINEER ELECTRIC I II v -".fc>**-._44 FOR RENT-Nice four bedroom
i. To The CitizensOf home on Kingsley Lake. on a year '
Men's Clothing P O Dox 414 or Phone Fr-2-43.
I Starke
I GIFT SHOP always takes a j I i II 1 ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 11i I 1 Gainesville. 4tchg '/' &...o..ltlr AH Make chargea- All-Medela roaraateed

&/I/THf personal interest in each (cus t I I I wish to announce that I TM. _W.mCHAS-Call !St.. SHEPHERD Stark Pa. 2.'tt
tomer. If ant
you \\ a portrait
am a candidate for the officeof
made, you ran always expect City Councilman. POWER MOWERS For Rat and
Sale. We servic@'hat.'eseIL ,.
RADIO and get the best here. Your Having served in this office Tints Service Station. Temple

correct judgement will be before, J feel that I am well Ave. tfchg ,
AND I quick to recognize championship L qualified to serve you. 1

.II calibre. Thus we hate [ If elected, I promise to BULL-DOZING FILL

TELEVISIONSate I I won first place in favor. serve the whole people of our SEE THE COMPLETE LINE AT DIRT LAND CLEARING
ZENl- town and can and will give

. E\aJbton T181111 I QI.95 the kind of service you have PHONE 414-J Oyster Shell Peat Humus

I,a right to expect.Thanking STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES I II Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways
When Your TXet.'d I
II for
Sen ice CaU 166 and Service j,I do for me, I am I I First floor--four rooms and bath. OVID LEWISW.

---- rt,t-e-_-F-----_ _S SflflSS. SSt a ..sssssrsr s-nra II II.I PHONES .t5 AND 333 119 Madison St. Phone 117. tfch; .
I W. M. Madison St. Starke
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I'' II EDWARDS PH. S36-W
I (Pd. PoLAdv.)
(li HOUSE FOR RENT-Apply at BUSt
i.T ------ -- --- I. ..1L, __ *4p1l1L6I Station. tlchj