Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 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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; County Approves Starke's Council And Postmaster Big County BudgetNeeds

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Road Work Near .
Stink! !
Clear For Home Mail
Santa Fe Lake Way DeliveryCity

1 Now, J. E. (Bill) Wall Jr. claims MendingFew

'+.0 be a reasonable man, but he and ,
Commis- Plans IssuanceOf McGriff Sets Rules ;
The Bradford County iis family have grown tired ofj:

sion agreed Monday to grade a New House DigetsThe On Home Mail Boxes 1 biding their noses against therery I,
road on the Charles H. Wolf prop- ,, high odors coming from Fiscal Items Already In Red

erty near Santa Fe Lake after a path for home mail delivery Postmaster G. J. :McGriff Jr. I Jeighbor H. A. Lawson's licensed I'

Pictured on courthouse steps Monday morning, just before leaving for stormy session with Wolf heated and Commissioner exchanges -- in Starke.was. cleared by ,this week advised residents of ;laughter house, So Bill appeared I Could Top $10,000 In Fiscal YearThe

the 4-H Short Course in Tallahassee are (from lower left, clockwise) between the City Council Tuesday night. .postal regulations regarding the I)efore the City Council Tuesday'

Marilyn Cox Joanne Walt Miss Edith Moore local leader; Judy Chairman H. A. Bishop The Council took a number of .home delivery of mail by foot car- I light to protest. Bradford County Commis- to be paid first. It
Kelly, Jeanne Wait, Patricia 1'ellum, Miss Dorothy Ross, home demonstration Jr.Wolf Jacksonville electrical i sweeping actions including the rier. He told the group that lately'I sion was told Monday that it must i Darby to contact all creditors and
renumbering of all buildings to McGriff said he is planning to 4:ustomers for his motel, the BradFord -
agent, and Pat Hobbs. at the meet- I amend its budget or go into the I ask them to wait for
contractor, appeared payment.It
30 deadline for institute within the j Motor Court
insure that a June some delivery upon entering! red by $10,000 before the fiscal I
ing because of the Board's decision home mail delivery is met. Post city' limits by July 1. Delivery I iiis premises sniff the air sus- won't be the first year the

I Six Bradford County 4-H Girls last month to halt all road workon master G. J. MccGriff Jr. plans will be six days a week, daily to J piciously and ask: "Where are the year ends Sept.Court 30. Clerk Charles l county has been forced to amend

Wolf property, located at In- to inaugurate 17 miles of route on residences and twice daily to busiI I hogs?" County I its budget. Last year's was in-

_rtian._. _Rpflrh___n Unit_____ 3-.. I houses. .1 Darby said the county has plentyof creased by $9,203.OthtT .
I Attend Annual Training CourseSix The Board ceased the work because July 1. ness Taint funny, says Bill, who money to pay its bills but the
To avoid confusion in the renumbering McGriff said private dwellingsdo I says it is hurting his business and funds are not properly budgeted. Funds Fair
t of the impractical of Starke homes and not need special types of boxes, The county's other two funds
the short causing personal discomfort to
attending be unless
Bradford County girls left are I to the They cannot spent re-
Monday to participate in the 40th ,course. ,and the great expense I businesses the Council decided to I as long as the receptacles! provide him and his family. budgeted.Most are in fair shape, said Darby. The
"4-H county. furnish numbers for installation. adequate protection of mail and $14,692 remaining unspent of the
Girls' 4-H Club Short The short course theme.is 'Taint funny, says H. A. Law- with
annual of the Telegraph I' of the difficulty lies
I. I. Waving a copy i 50 cents I I$35,876 Fine and Forfeiture
Owners are to be charged are labeled if multiple boxes are in Fund
The are '
You. girls
State Challenges son, who has tried to his;
Course at Florida Universityin 'containing the report of that de- keep the General Fund budget the is sufficient
I for the numbers, and the.charge the same location.He to meet obligations
Tallahassee.The receiving training in homemaking hogs from smelling like hogs, and which I
(I icision Wolf said the amount of I :spending program governs The $16,952
.will be added to the light bill. said the boxes should be remaining of the $73-
the Capital City adds
skills, visiting his that he didn't ask to be all spending except police and road
will return Saturday. work done on place 033
girls county I The sweeping ordinance enacted located near the dwelling entranceand' I Road and Bridge budget also
in citizenship
and participating I'I' brought within the city limits, and
Making the trip are Pat Hobbs, had been exaggerated.The !building activities. is
I I Tuesday night outlaws all former ,: .,easily accessible to the mail 1 I enough to pay salaries and other
:Marilyn Cox, Patricia Pellum, training.The. ( Telegraph has carried no that he was there first, anyhow. Darby said, with four months,
short course, which started :1 I I I numbers, sets up a completelynew carrier. Business houses need no 'Taint funny, says the Council, I of the fiscal the expenses.
Judy Kelley Joanne Wait and figure on the amount of the work remaining year I
I as an annual affair in 1912, is I numbering system, divides the receptacles if someone is at the faced with two taxpayers and a Darby's report showed the coun-
estimated it : General Fund total of $11,208 unspent -
Jeanne Wait. but official I
done, one Into four and specifies door to receive the mail. already has
1 of I quadrants
directed by the state office city delicate if odorous Ity overspent 15 sepa-
problem, as to date is not sufficient to
Miss to be around $3,000)
They were, accompanied by I Home Demonstration Work in cooperation a block numbering system.It Epecial.regulations apply to items. Some of the overspending -
they delegated twrf
Wolf in at- members pay all salaries. He termed the
Edith Moore, local leader and! with county home dem- When persisted also provides that no building apartments with more than three i is easily explained.The .
visithe and find solu- .
: scene a serious.A
minimize the amountof I as
Miss Dorothy Ross, home demon- onstration agents. tempting permits will be issued in the future units with ,a common entranceand county budgeted
stration agent. county work on his place, numbers I door.slots. said he tion.As total of $62,893 was budgeted only $800
The 4-H is made pos- until appropriate are to McGriff for right of
way purchases but
Wolf to one councilman expressed i't and has been
: $51,685
challenged expended.
Over 600 4-" Club girls, volun- sible by county boards appropriating Bishop finally obtained.The I would furnish details on request. I actually spent $8,027. The deficit
"No matter which the wind The Board discussed the situation or
state under oath that the county way j -
teer local leaders and home demonstration funds to maintain home Council upon suggestion, :McGriff said there will be. one $5,227 stems from the Bradford
had not filled in part of his land. : blows, the stink goes right on!" and then ordered all salaries
agents from about 50 demonstration work. I of Chairman James A. Lewis motor route. Those in this COUntV road hnilrfinor..w. -
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I Wolf declined. agreed to hire M. A. Payne, a high route must provide receptacles gram inaugurated under
I At this time, Wolf asked the school teacher, at $2 an hour to similar to rural mail boxes mounted Over 250 Registered I Gov. Charlie E. Johns. Acting

Board to grade a different road i supervise the measuring of the on a post near the curb. I Some of
Diplomas Given79.BUS on his property, and CommissionerE. streets and allocation of numbersto McGriff explained that all be the other spending cannot -

L. Crawford moved the Board that no had workbe in- each house and place of busi- Starke residents are not to get SCHOOL PROI;RAM STARTSabout I County Commission.closely controled This accountsfor by the
done until I
authorized to
ness. It also Payne home delivery. The routes, to be
spected it to see what was involv- employ a number of high school I published later, cover a span of I over-spending $171 for legaladvertising
$576 for
led. boys at 75 cents an hour to workon ,,17 miles. An orientation meeting Monday j, airplanes; J. H. duPre, who!; of tuberculosis hospitalization -
PupilsThe \! This motion was not seconded. the project. McGriff said that residents who in the USO auditorium kicked off! discussed electrical power; Dave i for hospitalization patients, $318

!'When the Board did not act on Large Map ShownT. are to get carrier. service will be I the eight week summer program: Simpson and Whitey Urquhart, i and $121 for jury of indigents,
I the alternate suggestion that C. Hazen Jr., chairman of notified by mail. Those who wish for Bradford County school stud- automotive; Gene :Matthews, pho

Commissioner Jessie R. Chasteenand the City Planning Board, and Mrs. to continue postoffice boxes may ents. tography. I Less Eaisly Explained

cherished high school degree, attesting to 12 years Road Supt. R. E. Jones in- Marguerite Hall, Board member, do so.Green. Supervisor L. H. Gibson reported Other afternoon activities include -, Other over-spending is not auto-

of labors in the vineyards of public schools, went to 79 Brad- I,Commissioner Jessie R. Chastain showed the Council a large city an enrollment exceeding 250 t short field trips home crafts, matically explained. For example.

ford County High School students Friday night.Tn 'said, : map which had all streets named Acres &> 15-lot sub-division for the summer activities, which I and entertainment.Two I the commissioners budgeted $1,699for

-- -imnressive. .----- ceremonies-- at I "Have you no confidence in your and all blocks numbered a pro- owned 'by L. D.Green lying about includes all types of supervised I school buses transport students administrative supplies and expenses -

Bradford Park, boys clad in blue Robert Humphries was recognizedfor ,commissioner or road superin- ject just completed and approvedby 14 mile northwest of the high recreation and training in skills to the. summer activities. Oneis I i but actually spent $3,696.

and girls in white marched to the scholarship. I tendant?" that group. Hazen said the map school on Highway 16; White and. crafts. I routed from, Lawtey through Darby said the $1,996 deficit

fore and were awarded degrees as Singled out as best all-round I Bishop replied, forcefully: "The could be turned over to the crew Acres ,also a 15-lot sub-division The.summer. series was opened Heilbronn to Starke. Another I exists because predecessors in

tokens of achievement.The students were Zack Crawford and entire Board is elected to do a working on the house numbering. owned by Olin W. and George C. Monday with a devotional by the I travels from Brooker to Starke. several county offices left plentyof

parting academic message JoAnne Smith. job for the entire county." He reported that all street name White located near the Catholic Rev. S. E. Sparks and the Rev.; Gibson said 'instrumental music supplies when they vacated

came from Dean J. B. White of The number of graduating seniors It was then agreed to send Jones duplications had been eliminated Church. W. S. McAliley. Over 100 children, students will be instructed by :Mrs.! office. Now the supplies are running -

the University of Florida's College was neither larger nor smaller out with Wolf to look at the condition and that some 40 streets were Heard statement from Clerk aged 7 through 14, took part in Mona Canova at the USO building, out and the purchases have-

of Education, who laid the blue- than recent graduating classes. of the land where the road named for the first time. Carl Johns that the sanitary facilities the opening ceremony. until the group can get into the I risen.

prints for "Building a Highwayof There were 56 in 1952, 81 in 1953, was to be graded. Later, Jones He added that the project had of city jail are becoming objectionable Gibson said the summer program new music building. Completionof I The county also has ,
Life." 85 in 1954. reported that the project was been tedious and hard job and' and need cleaning'up.. would open each morningwith the new building is expected' $35fr-forlnsurance,an item which

Friday night's ceremonies were Classes Larger Later feasible.' that it involved clearing that the major part of the work I Agreed to abandon a 20 foot swimming instruction at,within 10 days.According usually is fixed from year to year.

ihe finale vf graduation exercises: 'Principal 'Partin reports, 'however : 17 oaks of various sizes, 31 fat had been done by Mrs. Hall. I alley in Temple's Addition, upon Kingsley Lake. Lessons will be on to Gibson, a daily, In other actions during the day-

I<, They began last Sunday with that the World War II surgein pines, and one pine tree, but that Other items of business coming i request of the adjacent land own- a staggered basis! with about 50 I I fee of 10 cents is charged each long meeting, the Board:

calaureate services in the Ba.c-1 the birth rate is felt only on the; land was high and dry. before the Council, and the action' ers.Held participating at a time. The others I I student for transportation, field Decided to re-advertise for bids

Baptist Church of Starke. .the elementary levels. The first Commissioner Chastain moved taken, follow: open the possibility of will engage in recreational activities -I trips, film rentals, and. expendable Ion a 2-ton dump truck due to a

Participating in Baccalaureatewere of these will reach graduation age that the Board grade the road, Authorized the street crew to hiring an engineer who has been and craft instruction during!.materials. Free milk and doughnuts misunderstanding as to the specifications

the school's Glee Club in about five years, and the providing that the land be deeded take down trees near the residences working at the New Bern, N. C., the morning session. 'I each afternoon are an added and terms.

singing "The Lord Is My Shep-I,I.graduating classes wilL increase to the county first, and the Board, of Mrs. S. A. Weldon, Mrs.K. light plant recently purchased by Each afternoon, the. group will:. feature for which no charge is Deferred action due to lack

herd" and "The Holy City" and sharply in size. approved. G. Duncan, and Mrs. Grace the city. The. man applied recentlyfor assemble to hear speakers on made. of funds on the suggestion by

the Rev. Lewis D. Haines. The I I Bill Patray, who has been serving Ritch, upon petition by them. a job as power plant superin- varied topics. Speakers this weekon For students unable to pay the County Attorney Hollis V. Knight

Rev. J. E. Sherwood delivered the as school guidance counselor, Decided to turn over to the tendent in Starke. the theme of "Science," in- fee, minor jobs are available to that the unfinished drainage ditch

Baccalaureate sermon. I reports that about 16 of the 79 Sales At Market I building inspector for approval a I Discussed parking meter viola- cluded Lacy Conway, who spoke enable all to participate.Here's I northwest of Lawtey be opened up.

Held In Stadium 'graduates plan to attend institutions building permit application form tions, and instructed police not to Approved the hospital bill for

The graduation exercises in of higher learning. About I!currently used by the City of put any more money in meters for I one welfare
One Fish applicant, but refer-
:Memorial Stadium Friday night I;,nine have asked for grade transcripts Yield $29,835Sale Jacksonville. The Planning Board I motorists who have parked in vio Story .red another applicant to the State

featured selections by the Brad-: for entrance to the University had recommended the. adoption of lation. j Welfare Board.

ford High School Band during; of Florda three or four this form by Starke. Authorized Clerk Johns to buy i "

both processional and recessional.The .'more are seeking entrance at other of 12,828 packages of pro- Road Grading the necessary number of stop That Can't Be Missed j Request by Johns

invocation was offered by the'universities and at least three duce with revenue to growers of I Agreed to request of Ben signs needed at various street II Considered a written request

Rev. Oris Collins. I boys plan to seek higher educations $29,835.75 was reported this week (Sarge) Suslow that the city corners. from Sen. Johns that the $400

The Glee Club sang "Night after serving a stint in the by manager M. R. Judd': of the grade a road through his property Approved application of a newcomer Going fishing sold after June :15 are good until hospital bill for a woman he said

Shadows Falling," "You'll Never!armed forces. Starke Farmers Market. lying on Highway 100 near Sara- to Starke, Earl Moench, for Harken to the words of Coun- the expiration date, which is June lived in Theressa be paid by the

Walk Alone" and the Alma Mater., Two of the 79 degrees awarded Corn and' pepper helped swell toga Heights, providing the land an electrician's license contingentupon ty Judge Theron A. Yawn. The 30, 1956.A I county, but the board decided

The major speaker. Dean White,(IFriday night were distributed "in the volume, Judd said, but he add-I lis deeded to the city and cleared. his opening a place of busi., old fishing licenses expire June 30. new type license issued this that the person does not live in the

described the values of life needed ,absentia." Richard Forsythe is in ed that dry weather is seriously I Accepted two plats as follows: ness in the city. New ones will be available for I year. ., Yawn. said" is good_ for nonresidents 'In'n county__and...._ordered___L_ _the.bill. sent_ .. to
to build a firm highway for the the Air Force at West Palm affecting crops. -- -- piscatory enthusists June 15. I for three days. This!rmeuas tjouiuy. in nis letter,

future. He urged the graduatestc Beach and Hollis V. Knight Jr. is Here is a list of the sales: State Racing Funds Police Car Radio Cane pole fishermen, using a license, designed for the tourist Johns said that he .himself had
round themselves into whole I trade, costs $1.25. I I intervened to get the woman admitted -
;jserving in an Army unit base in I Corn, 8,222, $1.50 $2.25, $16t ,- Handed To Ordered maximum of three poles can fish
HospitalA to the
By CityThe
He further that hospital.
explained cane
best of
beings by developing i
Korea. t- ; butterbeans, 526, $3.50 $6, anywhere within the cQunty with- I

spiritual, mental emotional and: Other Awards $2,630; pepper, 2,628, $2.25 $2.- check for $6,000, received this order for a 2-way radio out a license. But the judge explains -pole I fishermen from Bradford II Approved payment of hospitalbills
jhysical qualities. !i Awards to students not in the (County may fish at any place on for county indigents amounts
75, $6,507 that rod-and-reel tackle is
I ; peas, 1.209, $2.50 $3.- week by Clerk Circuit Court for a Starke police car was placed I
Good j I Sante Fe Lake although parts of to about $1,500 and for
Repair [ class also made also bills
graduating were 05, $3,324.75; okra, 30 $5 $7.- Charles Darby as Bradford Coun- last week by Chairman of the taboo unless the user purchasersa
And he warned that, once constructed the lake are not in Bradford Coun- I the four persons in a nursing
j Friday. Roman Alvarez, a junior 40, $180; lima beans, 80, $2.75 ty's share of racing revenue funds, Starke Council, James A. Lewis, $2 license which is good any-

the highway of life must I!was recognized for public speak- $3.75. $260; peanuts, 21, $7 $9, .was turned over to Mrs. Louise He said that delivery of the equip- where in the state. ty. I home.
be kept in 'good repair, always I So mark June 30 on the calen-: Heard the in
1 ing. Eighth grade citizenship $168; eggplant, 39, $1.75 $2.25, ,Kite, treasurer of the Bradford ment is expected in about five Judge Yawn announced that the county's position
ready for service to society and i awards, sponsored by the American $78: string beans, 70, $2 $2.75, der, That's the day the state'sI the condemnation trials which be-
I'j' weeks. ;
County\ Hospital Corp. Fresh Water Fish and Game Commission
self. went to Charlene' I j I version of a "good luck" piece expires gin next week explained Coun-
Legion, by
$175; cranberry beans, 3. $2, $6. This payment swells the total The 2-way radio will be used in ', .
Supervising Principal Charles s.1!Hardy and Glenn Tomlinson. In addition, Judd said a large received so far this year to $124- conjunction with the existing I. has ruled that licenses and another goes in effect. ty Attorney 'Knight, in that the
Partin presented the annual The seniors 1 county will bear the cost of all
graduating were volume oh cukes and was i
pepper i
000, an increase of $2,000 over the county radio system. The City will
awards and County School Supt.!! J. Alderman Milk Price HearingSet Enlister Here i right-of-way settlements
'[William Andrews, T. shipped and these totals will be amount received at this time last supply a night operator for the I Navy and legal
11. P. Morgan awarded the diplo- Myrtle Ann Barnes, Jackie Barry, I included in the next report. and I fees. Knight asked the Board to
year. The County Commission radio station. which is located at Here Thursday i
mas. Harold James Bowers, j A Navy recruiter will make pass a resolution to the State
I i Beasley, He said there is a demand for the Board of Public Instructioneach the county jail. and a 24-hour-a- I'
Six of the graduating seniors[jL P. Bradley, Lyle Buck. Pat I pepper at about $2 net to the received $40,000 and the day police communication systemwill A hearing will be held in Starke regular stops at the Starke Post- Road Dept. requesting that all
were singled out for special Bowers, Ray BrooKins, George and that the office each Tuesday at 10 a.m. the sums set up for settlement in
| grower, prices on Hospital Corp. the remaining $44- be in use. Thursday, June 16, on the inclusion -I I. I
awards. Elaine Colson was recognized Cecil Carnes. Carl R. of Jacksonville all the'suits be lumped together,
Canova and butterbeans is falling Chief Young
peas 000, as prescribed by law. It is felt that tying in the of Bradford County in the existing -
for high school citizenship, Beverly Crosby, Stanley Clark, off.Judd An additional smaller paymentis Starke police car with the county's Duval-Clay-Nassau County said the Starke visits will so that money from one suit can
Barbara Colley received the Elaine Colson, Fran- stated that this eliminate the necessity for be transferred to another if need-
Jerry Colley, past May expected around July 1, and I radio system will result in more Milk Marketing Area.It I young
cience' award Sheron Green gar- (Continued on Page 8)) the volume of produce was way this, too. will go to the Hospital I efficient police protection for the will be held at the Armory men of the Starke area to enlist ed. He requested another resolu-
nered the homemaking award and I I tion calling on the SRD to ad-
off from the volume of last year, Corp. City and County. Building, starting at 10 a. m. at Jacksonville.
he cited the of vance the monev left, over, from
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Doctors Propose which was 48,633 packages last I the secondary road bond issue, for

PepperlsKing :' year and only 10,736 this year, Two Issues Spark Countv School Board Controversy I II I use .in settling the condemnationsuits.

Medical SocietyDoctors The decline is attributed to the I

; season being late, smaller plant- The Bradford County School position. He said the.time. had expired man Norman and Ralph Gainey -I for rejection must be somethingmore Plat Accepted
AtBrookerMart ings, and dry weather. Board's monthly meeting, usuallya for Trustees to make recommendations -I of part-time jobs. Both are I I than a mere frivolous objection -: Accepted the. plat for Bedford

in Starke and surrounding -I sedate and orderly affair exploded and the Board was drivers, and both held jobs at the on the part of the school Oaks, a development on Bedford

I[',I communities plan to form a Trucking Violations into cpntroversy Mondayover free to ignore the Trustees and school barn. I I board based either on personal Lake from A. E. and L Ethel

Pepper was the leader at the Bradford. County Medical Societyas selection of a new BHS band- appoint Roberts or anyone else. $110 a Month I animosity or political prejudice."I Reaves.

Brooker Farmer's Market last I a branch of the Florida Medi- Bring Three ChargesThree master and bus driver employment Morgan countered with legal bus drivers draw $110 a I I Upon motion by Sapp and second Clerk Darby advised the Boardof
week, according to market manager cal Association.Dr. I policy.In 1 I!jby Starling the Board voted to I the county's liability for onthejob -,
Ralph Nettles. j T. G. Ritch, spokesman for truckers charged with arguments of his own. Quoting month and the job is considered I I reappoint Norman. accidents its
of employeesand
two actions, both Florida law
separate he said nominationsfor
Almost 3,000 tubs of fancy grade the. group, said five Starke physicians : -I violating load weight and driving marked the Board part-time. I I But immediately following this! suggested' that it consider
by dispute, : vacancies are not necessarilyclosed.
$1.50 to $2.95, netting1 and about five others from license laws were arrested in the subject I
sold at from Norman has been action Starling moved that all taking out workmen's compensation -
growers over $8,000, while over II:nearby communities had expressed I Starke Friday night by Deputy 1. After a vote deadlock, postponed of Board controversy. Last month,I I double school jobs be eliminated. insurance. .

600 tubs of choice grade sold for I i interest in the proposal.He i Sheriff Fate Brown and state I'I'i selection of a bandmaster. To break the logjam, H. A. Board Member Dan W. Starling ,'I When a 2-2 tie resulted, Chairman Set the date of July 5 for the

$1.35 to $2.05 and brought grow-I said the. society would serve truck inspectors.All I 2. Refused to allow school bus .Lawson and L. T. Johns proposedthat sought to remove Norman as bus I[Brown cast the deciding vote in annual meeting of the Board of

ers an additional 1100. I as a clearing house for the doctorsto three men were released on drivers to hold other parttimeJObs Thompson the nominee of I drive and fill the vacancy with I I,favor of the motion. I Equalization and also decided to

Volume over the platform was, compare notes at monthly meet- bond set by County Judge Alex in the school system. ',the Trustees be approved. I II Mrs. John Reddish of Lawtey. After -1 The apparent effect is that both hold the regular monthly meetingof

11,630 packages, and total revenue i 1 ings. Outside specialists also could Yawn. The bandmaster dispute occurred Deadlock I lengthy and sometimes heated j Norman and Gainey lose their! the Board on that date.

I to growers $27,723.15.The address the group on medical mat-! Brown made the arrests in conjunctiOn when County School Supt. .I A 2-2 deadlock resulted, with: discussion, the problem was turn part-time jobs at the school barn.t Considered the request of a Key* !

complete report follows: ters.Dr. I with George Canova of Harmon P. Morgan locked legal I Chairman J. E. Brown abstaining.i ed over to Board Attorney Green I| The Board discussed the possibility -I stone Heights church that a concrete \
1.625. $U3 $2.28. $2485.45 .- Ritch said a charter appli- horns with School Board AttorneyLex I
Cukes. for advice. I blocck fence be erected
for the legal by {
supervisor Brown told the Telegraph later he of hiring Gainey as a full-I
filed with the ,
; fordhooks, 134, $3, $402;Jacksonville cation will be of the State Railroad and Public Utilities Green.It ,abstained to see .how the. public Green reported today the.Board. I time mechanic, but it came to no,the county in front of the church'scemetery i I

i white butterbeans. 266. $4.50 -; headquarters Commission. The trucks and driv- was touched off when Board felt about the appointment.After can dismiss drivers, upon recommendation decision.In located on Highway 100, Ito
$ .10. $1,326.90; crowder peas, 1- Florida Medical Association in theI were checked at a road block i member E. A. Sapp moved that of the county school replace one taken down in the i I
black- future. The local society can-I ers the deadlock, the Board other actions, the Board:
418, $2.50 $2.75. 3586.50; I near 'near Bradford County High School. Carl Roberts, Starke businessmanand superintendent, but only for cause road widening. The Board refused ;
808, $2 $2.50 $1.917.75; not be formally organized until postponed action until a rulingcan Set date for school
the.opening accede 1
eye peas, I both driv- former BHS bandmaster, be and not for personal reasons. to to the request. but
of improper
association Charges be.obtained. from Atty. Gen.
I white corn 1,379. $1.50, 2068.50; I approved by the Florida -: license and violation of state appointed to the position.Says The Board also was advised of as Aug. 29 and designated Labor agreed to replace a fence similarto r
ing Richard W. Ervin in Tallahassee.
okra, 2. $5, $10; pole beans, 50, $5-I next Spring. 'I the one. taken down. i
I 'weight filed Out of Order Day 5 as a holiday.
against ,
| white potatoes, 100-lb., Although a meeting of doctors laws were : I I The Board's second major action a 1951 ruling by Atty. Gen. Ervin,
$7 $295; Heard an appeal for funds from ;
50- week, no officers I Chester C. Claus of Savannah, Ga.I But Supt. Morgan maintainedthe to prohibit school bus drivers I Appointed two new members of
I A. 56.. $3.25, $312; potatoes B, I was held last .1 of order. He ,who said the Board must securei Chamber of Commerce members,
i lb.. 444. $1, $440; potatoes, com!were elected. Another meeting will I'Judge Yawn set bond at $250. ''said motion the Board was first out must act on I from holding other jobs in the and reject three recommendations Ithe, RJE (negro) high school advisory Jerry O. Gay and Freeman Register -

mercial. 50 lb., SO, $1.75, $140; I be held nxt month.Participating Charges of driving without a I the recommendation of School school system also was marked from the county school superin-,' trustee group D. L. Bright i Sr. for the purpose of buving :

speckled butterbeans, 811, $5, $4- in the initial meeting ,proper license were filed against I M. C. of f with fireworks. I tendent before filling the position ,1 and Julius Royals. This group rep-1,a site for a new C of C building. !
Trustees that Thompson
1 055; yellow corn, 861, $1.40 $1.50,:' were Drs. Ritch, Pete G. Felos, ,Vincent Guarino and Jack George{( be hired' for the job. I The effect of the Board's decision -t upon its own motion. i j resents the patrons in an advisory The Board urged the delegatIon
'A.' E. Middleton and King of Tampa. Both were released ,Chipley ', !
12 $3.50, $42; J. Barry.V. ,
j $1,238; cantalopes bond. Atty. Green took an opposing is to strip two men Tru- Ervin was quoted, "The cause capacity. to see the Starke Council first. '
under $35
$9.90. A. Y. Covington.
red pepper, 9, $1.10,

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. "Daddy Long Legs" At Florida Sunday PAGE TWO FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1935 !

editorialStreet : Farmer's DiaryBy t
T 5 t 2 Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews ,fi class from Bradford High School
Sam McGarvey Mrs. E. F. Reeding attended the Friday evening We wish them t
sing at Evergreen Church Sunday much success in their future. i
Numbering A Must afternoon. Richard Addison: is spending his :
when sprinkled with salt. Hope to Mr and Mrs. ,
Bryan Whitfieldwere vacation in Tampa visiting rela

For Home Mail DeliveryA get this some week water.as the on vines the are tomatoes show- Congratulations visiting in Cample to Misses Sunday.Fran- tives.Mr.. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright ;

ing the effects. of the. dry weather. ces Caldwell, Beverly Jo Crosby, and children are enjoying the sum- .
few weeks ago the City Council asked the I # Oneida Griffis and Lyle Buck, who mer at their cottage on Kingsley :
City Planning Board to tackle the job of in- Leo has been having a lot of were members of the graduating Lake.
stituting a uniform system of numbering the trouble again, so we took him to '- fk
"Doc" Mullins, and as a result we
houses of Starke and eliminating any duplica- /A.tu.t.t
have started a system of treat- {.
tions in street names.

Home delivery of mail in Starke was approvedin Tender, young, sweet corn, loads ments showed for us the.heartworms.heart of a"Doc"dog I \ From where I sit ...fy Joe Marsh

April, but Postmaster G. J. McGriff was noti- of it broken and rushed over which had died from this cause, -,...
fied at the time that all streets must have suit- to the house and popped for a and we decided to go ahead with ti

able markers and all houses systematically while into boiling water, and then the treatments, rather than let the : Sad Note
numbered.The smeared with plenty of butter and worms clog up Leo's heart. We
deadline for getting the job done, in orderto seasoning was on our table like the way "Doc" works with -'r From The
qualify was set at June 30. every day this week, and we en- animals. BugleAll I
The City Council made a good start recently joyed it all the more because last -tI4 I
when it passed a resolution voiding the house year we didn't have any. Other Well, Sam did get back into of us on the Clarion were we want their competition to
numbering system existing at that time. It also fresh vegetables taste good, but the. berry patch again this week, alarmed to learn that our principal keep us on our toes.
discussed the problem of street markers and old King Corn is still the biggest after vowing that his experiencewith rival in the newspaper field From where I sit, this country
seemed to have agreed that concrete markers treat of ali to us. Alice is goingto the mocassin last week had r- --- -the Baleteille Buglemighthave needs papers w ith different pointsof
put some in the freezer; she'sgoing cured him, but he walked aroundin to shut down. view-just as it needs people
with stenciled letters, which could be made by to put some whole ears in, it like an old maid with sore A college dorm becomes a pleasant place to live whta enlivenedby
Crops were bad in Balesville with different ideas and tastes. ,
city employees would be an economical and but mostly she'll cut off the ker- feet. Trouble is we have to clean three starlets In the movie "Daddy Long Legs" opening at the last year and one of their factories You may prefer iced tea as a hot-
lasting solution to that problem.On nels. out the 90 rows, as we want to get Florida Sunday. Left to right are Leslie Caron, Terry Moore and moved out of town. Just weather cooler. I generally
Monday night, the Planning Board, consisting : S a a some runners, but by the time we Charlotte Austin. Fred Astaire plays the male lead. temporary hard times, of course choose a cold glass of beer. Butif
of Mrs. Marguerite Hall. T. C. Hazen Jr.. Well "Shorty" Roe got our steer get through chopping with a hoe, -but the Bugle needs help now either of us couldn't express
S. G. Denmark, A. J. Thomas Sr., and John A. Slugger back for us, and now we it won't be healthy there for any /I.YYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Mrs. P. L. :McLendon. Kay remained if it's to survive.So his opinion, and act on it, that
have the fat scoundrel in the barn- of Mr. Mocassin's kinfolk.
Torode met with City Councilman James A. Lewis for a longer visit with the this is going to would be "bad news" for the
yard, and we're feeding him all aWe paper
and Postmaster G. J. McGriff and presented the McLendons. whole community.
scrape up a little money to help
he wants. We plan to feed him took some time off on STATEFARM
result of their work. :Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Addison and
tide them and other
over, we hope
corn for about 90 days, and we Thursday afternoon and went
weekend in
They have set up a system dividing Starke figure that then we'll have some fishing at Joe Kerrigan's place on By Sirs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA. Jacksonville son Charles spent with their the soninlawand local concerns will do the same.We've 80e 1lau

into four quadrants, with Call and Walnut Streetsas beef that will.be good. eating. Silver Lake. We did some castingfor daughter :Mr. and Mrs. Walter seldom agreed with them
boundary lines. Under this method, the city a big bass that Mr. and Mrs. White. Charles remained for a editorially over the years-but
will be divided into northeast southeast north- Our little planting of peanutshad Lester Hall said they saw there, The Pistol Club entertained witha two weeks visit with his sister.
1955 United States Brewers Foundation
west, and southwest sections.All some weeds and grass, so we but had no luck. Seems as thoughwe fish supper and dance at the Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Carlton and Copyright, ,
both grabbed a hoe and did the have lot to learn about
street names have been checked and dupli- a Community Club Saturday night. Mrs. H. R. Linzy and sons Tommyand
job the hard However, now here in Florida.
way. fishing
A large number attended the af- Tallahasseeto
Kenny went to
cations eliminated. These have been
names .
we'll clean out the middles with *
fair and everyone reported a good visit Mrs. Linzy's father, whois
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lettered on three maps, and so an up-to-the- the tractor, and we should then After we got our irrigation sys-

minute designation exists now for every streetin get a little crop especially if we tem working, we watered the run- time.Mr.: and Mrs. Seldon Cogdill and Mrs.very C.ill. P. Sapp and daughterJoy

the city. put some water. on them. ner plants in the kitchen garden, daughter Kay of St. Marks spent and Mrs. W. E. Clubb visited 1 I I a k' ..
Under the numbering plan 10 feet in S SIs did need it.
every and they sure We find the weekend with :Mr. Cogdill's Mrs. Bawman in Jacksonville over a
a commercial street will have a number, and on there anything as provokingin that we get best results by using sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and the weekend.
residential streets there will be one for every this whole wide world as a dog- the system during the night, but .

25 feet. gone gasoline engine that will not the only trouble is that old Jupe _:. : --_:----- : -_.: ... .'- '-'-- : -_. :- .: :.. -: >.
A total l of 162 streets will be included initiallyin run! Sam tried to start up the makes a terrible racket and it is "We use McCulloch Chain
the proposed home delivery mail system. irrigation system, and old Jupe, almost impossible to sleep with Saws because they have
the engine, stubbornly refused to him banging But how FACTORY FACTORY
away. good what it tales to perform
The next task will be to have the streets
cooperate. We got our neighbor the plants look after they have day in and day out on '
measured and numbers to each any
actually assigned "Herm" Hamilton who is a fine had APPROVED ENGINEERED
a watering.
kind of _
logging job And i ,
house business that .
or place. We understand mechanic, to look at the blankety- -V recommend them for
the Council will assign this job and get it done as blank engine, and he diagnosedthe The vast majority of people are SERVICE PARTS we loggers who want to lower
speedily as possible. trouble as burnt valves. After honest! We are convinced of it and
Sometimes it seems that the best way to geta dressing them down, "Herm" got lots of times we have left our costs and "speed up production

thing done is to have a deadline. In this case, the engine going, and right now is roadstand with berries on it, and Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning ..
we salute those who have worked on the projectfor working fine again. when we came home, the berriesare So says Albert Belche- -
their help, and hope that every possible effort gone and there is our money.It Wrecker Service president of W. A. Belcher Lumber Company, past president -
will be made to qualify Starke for home mail Picked about % bushel of toma- makes us feel good, every timeit of the Alabama Forest Products Association and a
delivery before June 30. toes, mostly pink and greenies, happens. Then this week a BRAKE TIRES IGNITION director of the Southern Pine Association.
this week. That old trouble wilt trucker who berries and
got some
"We.'ve been using McCulloch Chain Saws exclusively since
or blight is with us again, but pole beans a year ago, and hadn't TESTING AND STARTER "
they came on the market in 1943. he "Their lightweight
so far just an occasional vine is been back since, stopped in and BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR says.
Get Out The Hoe, Ma affected so it isn't too bad yet. paid us. It makes us feel good to LINING SALES BATTERIES ease of handling and dependability male McCuIloch's -
four models choice with
Had a few vine ripened fruit this trust people and have them justify FENDER outstanding top us.
Too often we victims of spring fever are apt week, and ,how good they taste our faith. REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL W. A. Belcher Lumber Company is one (the largest

to justify our indolence by 'saying, "Oh why BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE lumber manufacturers in the South.

bother with a spring garden? By the time you Home DemonstrationNotes

figure everything up including your labor, you Complete Lubrication Service MeCU/f.JCH

actually pay more for vegetables grown in the MODEL 430AMcCulloch
back yard than you could buy them for in the DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS Prices of
stores." byDOROTHY Saws ,
Start At$195.00 V
Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
Doubtless true and oh so comforting to us ROSS f.e.b. factory'

Weary Willies as we turn over in the hammockfor Home Demonstration Agent We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
another late afternoon snooze while our industrious Oregon Cholnt AvoilobU
neighbors are hoeing and spraying.But on All Mok a of
recently our conscience has received a Pickles and Relishes prevents its consumption by some HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR GO. Come in and see the new Chain Saws

severe jolt.A Pickles and relishes are impor- people especially women ana old- McCuIIoch Twin-Action Safety

few kind friends have been bringing us"messes" tant to the meal. While they are er girls. Actually, milk is a basic 600 Temple Ave.J&stS& Phone 69 Lawnmower .
food in most reducing diets. It is J
of vegetables from their own well- not considered as real food, they FLORIDA SAW COMPANY
food makes
not that
any you
tended gardens: luscious corn, apparently dippedin YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER
real food
far towards making
go fat, but the total intake of food 2727 N. W. 6th Street
nectar before
just delivery; vine-ripened to- interesting. It is for flavor the that adds those
more during day . Phone FR-6.3411 Gainesville, Fla.
matoes, red as a bleeding] heart and twice as that pickles are eaten, and for extra pounds. '__ __ ._ ,_ H_ __ .-.:___ -.- h/'
sweet; string beans that actually taste like a _____
their crisp spiciness that stimu- -- "'-?' ,.- --.-. -. .. ."_ u .._ ...._ _.... __ --._-- -- .
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in varieties do. some but less flavorful foods, and
So now our conscience won't let us off so gives a different tang to the bill

easy. We know that even if home-grown vege- of fare.
tables do cost more in actual time and money, Cucumber" CrispsCucumber NOW This Big Dodge V-8

they're worth every hard-earned cent and every Crisps have gained
drop of sweat that goes into them. wide popularity and .you too will
And if we can just ,get out of this hammockin rate this sweet pickle very high.It .
time next spring. is so easy to make and stays
very crisp. It can be made from priced below several smal16s !
green tomatoes as well as cucum- .
bers. The amount of
sugar may
Racing, Reason and Rapport be reduced if you so desire.
RECIPE: Soak 7 pounds of

Co-operation is the key that unlocks many cucumbers sliced one-fourth inch >. .... --,,_.... .,.. ,. ,, ., ".. _. v
doors. That's a truism proved again by the thick in 2 gallons of lime water xe &j *&:* *MJMBflflS&& qtMfrffi&ti<>t
action of three Bradford County agencies.The (3 cups hydrated lime to 2 gal- $&&it :t''mtvtf w
bone of contention was state racing funds, lons water) for 24 hours. Drain :$P$ *MI
and soak for 4 hours in fresh .. .. -
which have poured into Bradford County coffersin
unprecedented amounts. The tax is collected water, changing water every hour. .. >
Drain again. Make a of 5 -
right at the tracks. The racing kitty was fur- syrup 1 l
pounds sugar, 3 pints of cider
ther swollen recently, by legislative enactment ofa vinegar, 1 teaspoon each whole

higher dog racing tax. cloves, whole allspice, celery seed a
Everyone "wants in" on a good deal. This and 4 sticks of cinnamon (broken). ? d% :

included the Bradford County commission, the Bring to a boil, pour over the cucumbers -
school board and the hospital corporation. The and let stand overnight.The k\T

danger was that unequal distribution might next morning boil for 1 hour. vy _.
jeopardize essential county functions. Pack cucumbers lightly in sterile /

All three groups agreed to split racing funds jars. Cover with boiling hot
three ways. The compromise virtually guaran- syrup to which 2 garlic buttons

teed the agencies $50,000 apiece each year, pro- have been added just before pour-
in Seal and at .
viding the racing dollars continue to pour in. It ing jars. process -
simmering 10 minutes in a water ;
was an admirable compromise. bath. Chill before using.
The issue proved that Bradford County hasa Note.: (1) If a bright green ,\
stake and a major one, at that in legal- color is desired, add 3 teaspoonsof
ized gambling. The ramifications are many. alum dissolved in a small
For example, the county's share of racing taxes amount of hot water to the first
will drop sharply if hoodlums are permitted to fresh water. ((2)) Place a little of -
set up shop with illegal off-track gambling emporiums the spice and a small piece of
a branch of the "business world"which garlic in each jar before sealing.

has flourished in Florida in..days past. June Is Dairy Month
The wisdom of legalized gambling has been Figures on the cost of milk
and milk products and their values
subject to great debate. Opponents say it's
proves it is good economy, as wellas
nothing but the taxing of sin and the money is good nutrition, for the family
tainted. Proponents say folks will gamble anyway that cannot keep a cow to buy and New Dodge Coronet V-8 Club Sedan-biggest buy of '55.
so the state best regulate and tax the use liberal quantities of milk and

activity. milk products. The farm family This one's so hot you're going to have to see But here's the news that will really make you
So far. no county has rejected the money as that can keep one or two cows it yourself before you believe it. sit'up and take notice! This l luxurious Dodge

tainted. Under the circumstances, perhaps the will find it good business to com- It's a brand new model in the Dodge line A Coronet V-8 Club Sedan priced within the NEW
best philosophy i is to "untaint" racing money by bine a production and nutrition big,roomy 6-passenger sedan with the dashing range of the small car 6's. Yet it's up to. 17

putting it to good use. program. Lancer trim that's the high-style] note for inches longer with luxury, comfort and
That leaves it up to Bradford County officialsto milk The in best the way diet to is get to drink enough it 1955! And its power plant is the Dodge air- riding ease to match the costliest cars. D OD GE

spend it wisely.! every day. Milk is a good thirst- craft-type V-8 that holds more records for If you'd like to step up to the big-car class,yet

_"'"'''''''''''''''''' .........-.11I.. ,"" '''' ..."".....u:,""" .. IIIIiIiIWIiIiIIUJllllIIIIIIIU! quencher and gives that needed performance, stamina and endurance than keep costs down, come in and find out about
pick-up between meals. At present any standard production engine on the road. this new Dodge Coronet V-8 Club Sedan.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. levels of consumption, milk Flashing Ahead in '55

1879E. supplies over three-fourths o f the
L. MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR calicum and nearly half of the Your Dodge dealer brings yon the NATIONAL OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT on television (NBC-TV) Saturday evening June 11. Consult year newspaper for thi.
riboflavin in our diet.
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS- Milk is one of the most valuable

tains all the essential amino acids Brothers Motor Co.
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. in good proportions for efficient Hardy

frowth and maintenance of body
It also contains
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rTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTrfTTTTTTI rand children of Hampton visited Sunday for Tampa to visit rela I week.
with Mrs. Jessie Chasteen in tives. Mrs. W. A. Saxon and childrenof

LAWTEY% HAMPTON Hampton Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Charles Payne of Hampton and Mrs. Mabel An-
Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and Columbus, Ga., visited in Hamp drews of Gainesville visited rela-
sons visited relatives in Maxville ton last weekend with his father, tives in Jacksonville Monday.
Friday.Mr. Holland Payne. :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Lyles of Brooker 0i

: and Mrs. Paul Greene of Payne were, on their honeymoon.E. visited for several days last week

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby of Tea Day Bible School Chicago visited at the Vernon S. Sibley was ordained as an with the Paul Lyles family in i
Greensboro spent the weekend Set At Baptist Church Slade home last week. Mr. and elder of Hampton Christian Church Hampton. more pdeesi.day .
Mrs. Slade and Mrs. Slade's mother at at the church
I a service Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch. Vacation Bible School for Hamp-
Mrs. Fannie Meads, were afternoon. Willard M. Jones, pas-
Weekend guests of Mrs John ton Baptist Church will begin -
Shitford and Dave Shuford were Monday morning, June 13, at 9 Gainesville visitors Sunday. tor, officiated and was assisted by
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford of a. m. with classes at the churchfor Mrs. Margaret Newby and Char- Lynn Hall and Percy Griffin, el- FILL DIRT
Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shu< children from 3 to 13. lotte J. Russell of North Carolina ders.Mr.
ford of St. Augustine, and :Mrs. Under the direction of Mrs. C. have purchased the M. C. Hess and Mrs. Bill Wilson have
M. B. Plummer of Miami. L. Cooper as principal, teacherswill place north of Hampton. Mr. and moved to Jacksonville from the I GOOD RICH after
Donald Suber' of Jacksonvillewas Tie Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. Mrs. Barnes and family, who have DeWaters home. I -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doc W D. Carter, Mrs. Lester Slade, been living there for several I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wilson and TOP SOILSee :
Wainwright and family on Sunday beginners; Mrs. Douglas Hardy, months, have moved to Starke.' son moved last week from Hampton !
Avoy Williams, primary girls; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hess and family of to Jacksonville.Mrs. ,
/ Norma Jean Jones, Holly Hill were in Hampton last C. i
Betty May, A. Cowan of
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. MoseleySr.
Frank Brown and week to complete the transaction. ville visitor at the BILL JACKSONJackson I
., Marcia Moseley, Mrs. Willie junior girls;? was a Sunday I
Griffis, and Mrs. Joyce Futch attended .Pastor Marvin Fate, junior boys;. Mrs. G. W. Hinson of Starke A. H. Perrys. Transfer Company
the revival at Raiford Road I Mrs. D. E. Hill, handicraft. was a weekend visitor at the Emery Brown of Hampton is Blue Tag FREESTONE "
to for 10 days, Douglas Hardys. Phone 165
Scheduled run serving on the jury of the Federal
Church last
Baptist Tuesday eve-
!the school will be from 9 a. m. to Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bradley left District Court in Jacksonville this -I A&P FANCY
ning.Recent 12 noon, with refreshments served PEACHES 2'-lbCans 39C
visitors at the home of about 11 a. m. Mrs. J. W. Horne i SARDINESCan's' I
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis were
is chairman of the refreshment
Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Crews
cf the State Farm and Mrs. Nel- committee.Miss: Rose. Gregory and Miss SCOTT 2. 3/C I
lie Mae of Jacksonville.We .
are sorry to report that Ruth.Perry will give flannelgraphtalks. 'MMMKO Rolls/ C

Floyd Futch is in Alachua General TOILET! TISSUE 3 31

Hospital with severe burns whichhe Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Childs,
received while working on a formerly of Covington, Va., moved NUTLEY
car.Mrs. last week into the William Clark Q SULTANA Whole Kernel
Johnny Bennett of the place near Hampton Junction. Mr.
State Farm was visiting relatives Clark. who sold the farm to the 303 Can OLEO

and friends here last week. Childs', has moved into Starke. : .: :: :: ; CORN 1 DC
Those attending the New River Mr. and Mrs. Childs have five .X. v G

Association Mass Meeting at Dee-, daughters, four of school age and Lb 19C
dan Baptist Church near Brooker one preschool.John .
were Misses Ola Mae Phillips, Parker of Hampton left
Katherine McDavid. the Rev Ed- Sunday for Parma, Mo., to at-
gar Wilkinson and Terry Futch. tend the funeral of his brother, '
Miss Janet Nichols has returnedto Ellis Parker; who died last weekend : .. : l'-lbCans 23C
Starke after spending the last Mrs. Parker has been taking V ROYAL HAWAIIAN
three months with her uncle and charge of the store in his absence.
... .
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch. She's on leave from her duties at ;Y :: ft? Betty Crocker Devils Food, White, Yellow or Honey Spice
While here, Janet attended Heil- the Florida Farm Colony in TUNA

bronn School. Gainesville.Mrs. fi.hi> J'kr.Iti: 17-oz
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moseley Jr. Verna Young has sold her CAKE MIX 3 Pkgs OQC
and family were recent visitors to farm near Hampton Lake to Mr. :' R + i au.lor4tr 701 Can 27C
Orlando. and Mrs. W. F. Ryder of New
Tuesday being the last day of York City. Mrs. Young and sons
school, the teachers will be leav- have moved to an apartment be- IONA
ing for these different points: hind their store in Hampton. Mr.
John Burr Jr. goes to Red Bank, and Mrs. Ryder and two children 303 Can
N. J.i to visit his father, John expect to move onto the farm # TOMATOES 1 OC CABIN HOME

Burr Sr.; Mrs. Eva Gruman, to this week. := .
Boston, Mass., to visit her parents; Mr. and Mrs. Farcas of New ,",""" -

Mr. W. K. Haller, on a summer York and two children moved DAILY BRAND-Two Diets CORN MEAL
cruise with the Navy;. Mrs. Fran- last week to the former Ira Lester yi1'SUMMER '
ces Hamilton, Mrs. Bethna Estes, home which they purchased re- ;
and Miss Dorothy Swanbom will cently.Mr. .CfJMFfJRT a DOG FOOD 2 1-lb Cans 1SC 51b Bag 29C
attend classes at the University; and Mrs. Wilson May of
James Smith will be working on Gainesville visited their parents,
his farm near Lake Butler; and Mr. and Mrs. Horace May and -
Mr. H. B. Ingram will be in chargeof Mrs. Minnie Marcionny in Hampton I r

the Summer Program for the Saturday. WHITE HOUSEEvaporated '
Lawtey students. Students from Hampton who 1 \
Miss Jackie Harley is visiting completed their semester work at I' LARGE JUICY
Miss Beverly Newman in Daytona. the University of Florida last week
Mr. and Mrs. M. McKinney of are Jay Alderman, Wayne Mat- ENJOY {
Jacksonville were visiting the D. chett, Frank Brown, J. W. Home CONDITIONING Your ventilating fan will
B. Thomas family and the C. R. Jr. and Charles Hicks. Bradford Your air conditioner will REMOVE HOT AIR MILK LEMONSDoz I
Whitehead family during the High School graduates 1955 FROM YOUR CEILING ,
weekend from. Hampton are T, J. Alder-
A daily Vacation Bible School man Jr., Ray Brookins, Donald PREVENT DAMPNESS EXHAUST FROM YOUR STALE HOME AIR Tall Cans

will begin on June 13 at the First Slade;' and Virginia Williamson VENTILATE WITH FRESH AIR! DRAW IN COOL OUTSIDE AIR 3 35C .$ F I
Baptist Church. All children from Bradley. CLEAN AND CIRCULATE THE AIR 29C
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas and HELP PREVENT DAMPNESS
other churches are invited to at- REDUCE OUTSIDE NOISES
son attended the annual Thomas COOL BY AIR CIRCULATION

tend.Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas reunion near Branford Sunday. SUNSWEET Small --

have Futch recently apartment moved to the Joyce rir.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Dewey J. S. Meads Moore and of nthV tU4These Sunshine Services cost only pennies a day..and Prunes Ib pkg 19c LARGE
"T find models to suit every home, every budget.
The American Legion award Jacksonville visited the Vernon y. ,.
i given each year to a boy and girl Slades Saturday. 1W.( SEE YOUR DEALER TODAY REALEMON Concentrated LETTUCE 2 Heads 25C
of the eighth grade was awarded Mrs. Wesley Griffin and daughter 04z0 C. Lemon Juice 8-oz bot 19c
this year to Judy Wainwright and Phyllis are visiting in Stewart,
\ Miss., this week. A&P Fancy 2 20-oz Cans Golden RipeBANANAS
Carl Yarborough. This award is 'f. ova
given to the test all-around stud Mr. and Mrs. A. MJ Bryant were : Crushed Pineapple 45c
ent. Jacksonville visitors Saturday.Mr. I Lb 130 .
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrewsand and. Mrs. Carlton Chasteen JIM DANDY

son of New River attended Grits 5-lb bag 33c New
services at the Baptist Church
Sunday and were dinner guests of WALKER'S Spaghetti
I Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle An- POTATOES 10 Lb Bag
drews. -i -=.---- Chevrolet's Meat Balls 15-oz Can 19cWALKER'S 49C

Mrs. J. P. Wyrick of Tallahassee : Austex
arrived Saturday afternoon to Frozen WHOLE
spend several days with her sisters -. Beef Stew 15-oz can 23c

:Mrs! Joyce Futch and Miss. special OKRA 2 10-oz Pkgs
Elizabeth Terry. She, with the' RAJAH BRAND 8-oz Cello Pkg 33C

Futch family and :Miss Terry, attended Cocoanut 23c
the graduation exercises at Real Gold
the University of Florida, at which,. ,: hill flatteners SWIFTS

ters time Degree Mrs. Futch in Elementary received her Educa-mas-. Jewel Oil "Qt 55c LEMONADESWIFT'S 2 6-oz can 23CIII

,," ,,, I II I" '"
and Mrs. H. Thomas and Premium Boneless JEWEL 3-lbCan
family of Heilbronn were Sunday 162m V8 Shortening
guests of Mr. and :Mrs. James 79C
Wainwright.Mr and Mrs. Clifton Sellers A-JAX 2 14-oz Cans

and family of Saxton spent Sun- H : I8oD'nTi1; ; 5-lb! Cleanser 23c

day with his mother, :Mrs. Kate HAM $ 3 99
Sellers, and brothers, Nelson and Can a Detergent Lb Pkg Giant Pkg I

Columbus. Vel 30c 72c
Mrs. Noon Mott of Brooker is f
spending a few days with her Detergent
See that fine fat mountain yonder? Pkg Giant Pkg"SuperRight"
and son-in-law, Bro. and
daughter Western Cut
J Sugar Fab
Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson, to help look q f You can iron it out, flat as a flounder 30c 72c

after the children while Mrs. Wil- aI aaaNall.ll: -. and easy as whistling! White Meat lb. 25c> BLUE LABEL 24-oz Bottle
kinson is recuperating from a d -'
uI Just point one of Chevrolet's special Karo I
badly burned foot. Y t Syrup 23cCAP'N
hill-flatteners at it (either the .
The graduation of the Lawtey & b \:asaaaaaaaa..a. 162h.p."TurboFire JOHN'S Frozen French Fried
Junior High School was well at- a V8" or the 180-h.p. "Super CORN MEAL 18-ozBag I

tended. Charles Quick gave the: i :. Turbo-Fire"*) and pull the trigger! Fish Sticks 10oz.Pkg. 39c Eelbeck lgc I

graduates some good advice. Mem- i Barr-r-r-r-o-o-O-O-OOM! Mister, you .
bers of the class were: Cecil Ann, For Cooking Salads Qt '
got a flat mountain!
Conner, Betty Gaskins, Yvonne rl you
I Gaskins, Louise Futch, Caralyn i. : ; Y ; At least it feels flat. For here are Fla. Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Mazola Oil 59c

Norman, Rachel Norman, Ruth p __ 4 ,(' engines that sing as sweetly as a dynamo FRYERS Lb 45C ARMOURS STAR 3-oz Can

Wilkerson, June Wilkinson, Sandra I. '- e-t' built to pour out a torrent of pure, Deviled Ham
Rosier, Dorothy Taylor, Bertice = 19C
Taylor Quinnelle Smith Ray Bell I : iti "I vibrationless power. Big-bore V8's with Super-Right AllmeatFRANKS
Robert Bowen, Denvil Crews Cene i ': the shortest strokein the industry. ARMOURS Comed Lb Can
% Lb
Griffis, W. C. Griffis, Edwin :Mose So most of the time they loaf. Even at 39C Beef Hash 29c

ley, Franklin Johnson, Bobby Nor- the speed limit they just dream along,
man, James Shuford. Franklin ARMOURS STAR 3
purring out a fraction of their strength. Allgood Sliced BREAKFAST 314-oz Can
and Dean
Starling, Harley.
Bryant Hicks of Plant City and .' t An engineer can understand why they BACON Lb 45C Meat 23c (
ku.- e -.
Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the State .fr- .- d- -4 are so hyper-efficient. But you don't have ARMOURS STAR 12-oz Ca-
Farm were recent visitors at the y : _== to be to know that
> 'A' an engineer these are Herman's Assorted Roast Beef /''
home of Mrs. Volley Reddish. V
:Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevail the sweetest running V8's you ever 6-0 Pkg 19C
Just in and COLD CUTS ARMOURS STAR l-lb Cai
and family of Heilbronn spent the piloted. come try one out!
weekend with Mrs. Susie Prevatt Optional at extra cast.TORODE Beef Stew 35c
and Clyde.
Misses Mary Julia Futch and t Prices in this ad effective thru I

Elizabeth Terry were shopping in t /CHEVROLET Saturday June 11th
Jacksonville on Saturday.The + .
l J a 'K? .1..0 ,IU .I"nn ,.u M/.
teachers ,of Lawtey Junior .r SPECIAL !
High School, with the principal,
H. B. Insram Jr., attend the Jcne Parke*

Bradford Education Association In .
Starke on Monday afternoon.
Gary Bennett was rushed to St. 300 CALL
Lukes Hospital in Jacksonville on C A K E each 19c STARKE,
Sunday night for an emergency STARKE, FLA. Open Til 9:00 p.m. Friday Night
appendectomy. He is doing nicely. -




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United Daughters Of The Confederacy .<. ..;. ...... !born June 5.
Elevate Mrs. Haynes To Chief Office '.<,- ,t I j I :Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Southerland
1 # a. I of Lake Butler, twin sons. Donald
A new slate of officers, including,I I bers and guests participated in a and Douglas, born June 6. Douglas
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. as presi-j'' picnic lunch, which was follewed I was stillborn.

dent, was installed June 1 by a short business meeting. Jtjty I Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng of

W. T. Weeks Chapter of the United Mrs. O. L. Hayes Sr. and Mrs.J. l j i i Hampton, a son, born June 8.

Daughters of the Confederacy.Other E. Wilson were elected as delegates I
officers installed were I I to the Division I
Gladys Mooty Conventionto r' The Starke ,Mrs. Barber Dies
Phone 35 Mrs. G. W. Roberts, first vice be held in Daytona Beach dur- Maternity Hospital J

president; Mrs. W. B. Mundy, ing October. 'announces Mr_ the following births: Mrs. Zulu Mae Barber 45. a
and Mrs. Albert
second vice president; Mrs. A. Z. Mrs. L. A. Davis was elected Norman of,Sister of Mrs. Arvie Maze of

Adkins, secretary; Mrs. E. K. delegate for the General Con- Lawtey a son, Eugene Robert, |Starke, died at her home irk St
I born
Miss Janice Dansby Is Honor Guest June 2.
Perryman, treasurer; Mrs. Mattie vention in San Antonio, Tex., dur- > I Cloud last Sunday. Funeral serv-

For Bridal Shower Saturday Evening Gahagan, historian; Mrs. L. A. ing November.The Mr and Mrs Preston Padgettof ices were held in St. Cloud Thurs

". ,Davis, registrar; Mrs. Steve Sim- chapter's next meeting will Maxville. a son. Tommy Gerald day afternoon at 2:30: o'cloeck.ALVAREZ' .

Miss Janice Dansby whose marriage fern ran down the length of the mons, recorder of crosses. be in October. The business and 11"1
to Rodney Hall will be an mantel where at the other end The installation meeting was installation service was conductedby '

event of Saturday evening June were a miniature bride and groom. held in the Kingsley Lake home of II :Mrs. W. G. Haile. the retiring r te i. II STORE I'n's Clothing 11

18, was the inspiration for a love- Balancing the arrangement were Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Twenty mem- president. Established 1891 I ,

ly lingerie shower given Saturday silver candelabra holding burning

evening at the home of Miss Sylvia white tapers.Appropriate. Casey-Noegel Meetings Staged y tTtwto

Alvarez. Hostesses were Misses games were played
By WSCS CirclesMrs.
Pauline Gay, Joan Furlong, Patty during the evening and prizes 'c i xI

Lawson, Sylvia Alvarez and Agnes were awarded to Misses Agnes TY J. C. Hobbs was elected

Lawson. Lawson and Pauline. Gay. SPRING SALE
Attractive arrangement of spring Miss Dansby received many t leader of Circle 2 of the Methodist .

flowers carrying out the pink and lovely and useful gifts from the LSL; WSCS at a meeting held Tues-

white color motif were placed at day morning in the church. Other I
assembled guests and hostesses. SOME 500 HOURS of tedious labor Is represented by the miniature ,
points of interest throughout the
party rooms. The mantel in the Invited to attend this delightful officers and chairmen elected at auto models displayed above with their proud owners who entered

living room was the focal point affair were 20 friends of the bride- this time were: Mrs. M. W. Lance, their models in the junior division. Winners will be announced later:

where an artistic arrangement of elect. Included in the guests were secretary; Mrs. J. H. Fields, treas- Left to right: Charles Kirkland, with his model of a fin-pa.l!>enger SEAT

pink gladioli and white shasta Miss Dansby's, mother. Mrs. R. urer; Miss Annie Darby, member- hard top of the future; \VickI Rimert, modeling a hard top sports ('arj I .

daisies interspersed with maiden ..O. Dansby, and Mrs. C. E. Hall, ship; Mrs. A. F. Sauls, courtesy; and Lonzo Kirkland with his five-passenger hard top. Charles is a

hair fern graced one end and the mother of the groom-elect. Mrs. C. D. Williams, spiritual life; contest veteran of three years, having placed first in state and region:

i m 1954. This Is the first for COVERS
Mrs. Ethel Lowell, local "church year Wicki and Lonzo, who entered

Episcopal Auxiliary Circle Meet Held activities. Pledge cards were them last week in the annual Fisher Body Craftsman Guild contests,

Holds Meet TuesdaySt. signed for the year. Refreshmentswere this summer. i
By Baptist GroupThe r 4.Door
: cl served at the close of the -Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the Telegraph-
Mark's Auxiliary met at the
Lorena Epperson Circle of meeting. 20 95
Parish House Tuesday evening for Sedan
the First Baptist Church met Circle 4 of the Methodist W. S.
Its regular meeting with the presi- New Church Building j New Restaurant .
Tuesday with Mrs. A. A. Burden. C. S. will meet Monday evening at
dent, Mrs. Herbert Thomas, pre-
Opening prayer was by Mrs. A. J. 8 o'clock in the. Educational build- .Formal Opening Set I & Up
Thomas, and Mrs. H. A. Lawsonled ing to install new officers. Features TreeIt CHAS. C
Mrs. Edward Burns presented the devotional. Hostess will be Mrs. Luke Fee- The Hi-Way Chapel, Starke's 1 .

the Child.program" "Guild of the Christ Taking part pn the programwere II ney with Mrs. H. Bradford as co- :newest church building located on may t-e "A Tree Grows inBrooklyn" ,. TV RADIO SEAT COVERS

Mrs. J. A. Griffin and Mrs.C. .. hostess. Highway 16, be formally up north, but here in
Rev. R. D. MacBlain closed the dedicated Monday at 8 p.m.
Starke it will be "a
A. Darby, Mrs. Griffin was soon tree I II
meeting with benediction. The dedicatory sermon will be
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey of Recent Birth: grows in George Kopelousos" new
appointed as a committee of one delivered by the Rev. Howard S.
the engagementof I restaurant.
to officers for next Starke announce Ii :Bush, Florida Superintendent of
,obtain year. Judith Ree to i Mr. and Mrs. Walland Reiter of The 20.000 glass -and- brick
their daughter
At the close of the meeting, re- Leonard':M.: Noegel foster son of !Palatka are announcing the birth the Assemblies of God. building under construction now
A feature of the service
AU freshments were served to the 11 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, also of a daughter, Judith Venessa, special across from the; Gold House mea-
will be visual
born June 5 in the Doctor's Hos- a demonstration depicting 50 60 feet will be air
members and one visitor present. of Starke. The wedding date and sures by I
the church's
STARKE FLA. plans will be announced later. I I pital. during the development conditioned, consist of a public I
past year. and private dining room and will
The church pastors, Rev. and
have a real live tree
+ pecan grow-
Sun., Mon., and Tues. Mrs. Harold 1!:. Bullock, came to
ing right in the private dining
Jan. 12, 13 14 Starke a year ago this week and

DOUBLE FEATURE founded the church at its present room. Sewing Machine Operators
Kopelousos will not close his
The Human JungleGary location. present restaurant the Guidon Grill.I

The Rev. Bullock extended a where he has been in business'
Merrill and Jan
Sterling cordial invitation for anyone desiring since 1944. He attributes his mea- Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES

-And- to attend the dedication or sure of success to supplying the

The Gambler The.summer exodus is well under has been on the ailing on list the the mend past other services. public with good food, good serv- 18 THRU 35
travel- week, but is slowly
way, with our young folks ice, and reasonable prices.
From Natchez far and wide hear that Douglas Conner is on the shut- Company Benefits Include
ing dose of measles!Brownies MeetThe According to Kopelousos, he Group Life & Hospital
list with a big
Dale Robertson. and Debra Page Adele Scholl is already workingat the came to Starke in 1940 with $20 Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
Gill is home from
Plus Cartoon for Children Awake. but late Pocono Manor summer resortin Tommy Brownie Scouts held their in his pocket and was in business
U of F before returning to sum-
Pennsylvania, while her twin last meeting of the year at the four hours later and still had APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
Smith reports
Wed., Thur.-June 15, 16 'sisters, Joyce and Joan, are visit- mer school Eolin Methodist educational building the $20. He is a member of the 10th & CHURCH STREETS I

DOUBLE FEATURE THIS fellow overslept. Whata ing Harrisburg Pa. Starting. that it's slipped her mind and who cut-I Tuesday afternoon. city council and is active in many ,\
loaned a silver tray
Roman HolidayGregory rude awakening! to work Monday at the U of F i she cloth to during the Spring The Scouts presented their leader civic affairs.
who has a work
Lawson, position
were Patty BIG DAD
thata Mrs. N. J. Reiner with fountain Co.
a Manufacturing
social whirl, and she hopes
Peck Audrey Hepburn Don't be a Somnolent Sam. in the Health Center Joanna HI-WAY CHAPEL
column will remind penAfter
-AndTarget Wake up now to the fact that Lee at the Experiment Sta- word in this she'dlike (Assembly of God)
it was that the meeting the en- Starke Fla.
your property is worth plenty. tion, and Frances Douglas in the group Harold E. Bullock, Pastor ,
Earth'Starring Plants and Grounds Division I to have 'em back Hear joyed sodas at a local drug store.
nadequate insurance leadto
Richard Denning can, Joanne Slade and Babs Lance,. that Dick St. John, who worksat Sunday School 10 a. m., Wor-

f Plus Cartoon financial nightmares. See accompanied ty: Bob Stroud and Blanding, left Thursday for a Two Young Musicians ship Hour 11 a. m., EvangelisticHour

this Agency for a protection LaMerle Battle of Birmingham,' two weeks' refresher course in 7:45.Monday.

Fit, Sat.-June 17 18 check-up today. Ala., are assisting with the Meth- radar at Sacramento, Calif. Entertain At RotaryMisses Dedication Service

,! DOUBLE FEATURE odist Church youth work in Cuba. See that John and Sarah Torode Gail Duke and Nancy 8 p. m. Rev. Howard S. Bush,

for six or eight weeks, under the and children have moved out to Bates, two talented musicians District Superintendent.
High SocietyWith H. C. Wall Agency direction of Dr. and Mrs. John their summer cottage on Kingsley young Wednesday Gospel. FellowshipHour
presented a of
Leo Gregory and Huntz hails Stroud ... Kay Rowland and Me- Lake ... Guy and Dot Sale and classical piano music program at the Ro- 7:45. The GOLD HOUSE Restaurant

-And- lissa Stallings leave Monday for daughter, Linda, have built another tary Club Wednesday.Miss .
146 .,. Dick cottage too on Kingsley and .
Phone Weed
: two weeks at Camp :
Bates "Scherzo in
played B
The Old Westr ...
for Dave Paulk are out there for the summer NOW UNDER
Smith is working "
200 E. Call Street Nina Bishop and Merle Gardner "TICKOFF" I
Smith i
With Gene JoAnn
Autrey and
this ,
summer Miss Duke
Lan- chose "Fantasie Impromptu" I THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF
V Has Cartoon and Serial Rowe will leave next week to begin and children have rented the and "Prelude in C
Starke Fla. for the SharpMinor" r
drum cottage on Kingsley A SENSATIONAL NEW
at the sum-
her freshman year
University of month of June .. the M. H. for her selections. These DISCOVERY! : MRS. ALICE ANDERSONWho
session of the.
SZS2525Z5H5S52S2S2SH525H5Z5Z52S2GLASS mer spending this weekat two young musicians recently won I

Georgia.Iris Sheppards the Denmark are cottage on Kings- first prize as a piano duo in the 'GIve your dog a capsule! Invites All Local

That's Our Business Van Sickel spent the week- ley and the C. W. Colsons haveit annual Lions Club talent show. Rid him of Fleas & Ticks! Patronage

i end with her sister, Eva Anderson, week Mr. and President A. J. Thomas an- I ,_
the following
If It's Glass -- nounced that both the and
her home in Los rented
to have
while, Mrs. Earl R. Moench
'i j CALL WRITE or VISIT abroad Washington -I old boards of directors will hold LUNCHEON SPECIAL DAILY ;
/ Angeles after seven weeks the Thomas house on
where she joined her husband, SL. Mr. Moench is a student -'a joint meeting in the Offices
Joe Peters Glass Co. Club at Camp Blanding next FOR LESS THAN $1.00
; Dale in England on April 19 at U. of F. and Mrs. Thursday night.Sanborn "
Seems Dale is shooting a picturefor teach in the elementary school

FOR ANY GLASS NEED the British MGM studios, next fall Maybelle and Leon- Cold Plates Made To Order }

We Design Modern Store Fronts starring Robert Taylor After ard Whitehead and family are I Final Rites

Just Mail Us A Pattern for her stay in England, Iris toured'spending the summer at Crystal I '" ,--, .... ., ,..
Table Tops Europe, visiting eight countries Lake Danny and Virginia Funeral services were held Monday I

I. Hear that Lt. Drew Reddish Wood of Terre Haute, Ind. have for Archie Orlo Sanborn
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 II
I received his discharge on June 2 returned to the home of Pearl :father of Mrs. Neva Martineau of

from Ft. Eustis, Va. and he and Sauls after spending the past .I Graham, who died in East Palat-

wife, Ada, are expected home to- nine months in Phoeniz, Ariz. .. ka June 4. r 1 I

day Also nice; to welcome Danny is employed with Humph- Mr. Sanborn, 79, was a nativeof

LARGE ICE COLDWATERMELONS home Albert Hazen, who was dis- reys and they plan to make Starke Michigan and moved to '

that Capt. Florida five He had
charged lasts week after three their home Hear years ago. 9

years in the Air Force H Buckshot and Jeanette Williams :been ill for several months. > per f /7 // HT

plans to enter the U of F next have rented Lucille Davis' houseon II Besides Mrs. Martineau, he is _

fall Church St. where the. family,:survived by two other daughters, y._,

:Mrs. Mildred tI .._ _.
is over-| Steward of East "- -
GUARANTEED RIPEMARTIN'S Why, oh why, must boys (and will stay while Buckshot and'Falatka and :Mrs. Rida rHE WHITE PELICAN HAS APPE- '.: -- -. -. .- ,_ ,__ __ .-_-u__ _-_.'"_ --r--'-__.__.'_ __._ .".s.
sometimes girls) play with BB seas Hazel and Fred Guy Moore of ,ONE OP TV4E. GREATEST ,.. .
) rifles- any kind of rifles or children of G'ville and Mrs. A. Z. :Maryland; 10 grandchildren and nits OF ANti BIRO-IT' HAS -
FRUIT SHOP few :great-grandchildren. BE.EV KNOWN 1b CONSUME rft
Adkins spending the next I
guns, period Hear that Wayne are WEIGHT IM FISH DAllV.
Mundorff was hit in the eye Tues- weeks at the Adkins summer ... 9PIECEBED

N. Temple Ave. Starke, Florida/ day afternoon with a BB shot home on Kingsley Lake hear CHILDREN'S UNIT TO MEET Come directly to the Buu.L G- ;11L

Can't stay at this time just how that Dewey Warren has completedhis The Bradford County Children's TON STUDIO AND GIFT

.. serious the accident was but he training as sales representative I Committee will meet Tuesday noon, SIIO.P when getting ready to

does have to lie motionless in bed for Gulf Oil and has been June 14, at the Methodist recrea- purchase your Dad's gift. Here

for several days with ice packs transferred to Savannah, Ga. tion hall. you'll f'mdsmart- men's jewelryand ROOMPhone

THANKSThe over his eye Of course, the where his family will join him I billfolds. No matter what

who shot didn't the. Merrill Edwards
youngster Wayne soon think Dad would like .
intend to, and it was all in play, family is spending a week at the you
New York Giants' Starke
Tryout Camp was very WANTED we're sure to have somethingto
and all that But the. damage Marks Ritch cottage on Kingsley 80 Starke Fla.
successful last weekend and wish to take this him. GROUP
we caused by an accident could be Lake where daughter, Mary Lou Listings in $2,000 and $4,000 please

opportunity to thank The Bradford County Telegraph, just as serious as if intentional entertained 35 young friends at a Bracliet. Have Buyers Wait 1-BED

the County School Officials, the Mayor, and City Does your :youngster have swimming party Thursday evening ing. Other Listings
I Appreciated. 1 CHEST
law'Pro-l --
such a gun? If so, the ,
Officials also Coaches Hobbs Hall and Free was 16995NOW )
; Register, Mrs. Edward F. Cole i Open Listings.
vides that you, as a parent, must I Mr. and STUDIO AND GIFT SHOD VANITY
Bishop, and Sportswriter Haller for their fine coopera- accompany him when he. takes it(i.have moved into their new home STROUT VANITY BENCH :
tion. out 'in Pinehaven and :Mr. and
W. Nugent have Mr Johnie Hansen, Rep. 1MATTRESS1COIL
Mrs Douglas
Nice to see Helen and Bob Lee
and their three chillun, Robert, rented the apartment above the Starke, Fla. SPRINGS 139,95Similiar
Alex, and Nancy, down from former Green's store 1-BED SPREAD
clerk at Big Dad
Bedford Hill, N. Y. for a three gent is shipping
THOMAS weeks' vacation with Helen's par- Linda Rosier celebrated her 2-PILLOWS

ents, the E. J. Dowlings, and her 7th birthday Monday afternoon
1 _I for neighborhood I
brother-in-law and sister, the. Gene with a small party

Longs They'll be staying most friends and Frances Landrum -NOTICE- I

NOTICE OF HEARINGA of the time out at the Dowling(celebrated her 14th birthday Mon-

day evening at a party in the
place on Kingsley Eva Stump's i >
public hearing will be held by the Florida Milk latest story like this :Monday I'Landrum's rumpus room a 35x,
goes : -
Commission at The Starke Armory in Starke, Florida, afternoon friend husband ask!'!car-red The Gem Jewelry. will continue operating

on Thursday, June 16th, 1955, at 10 a.m., for the purpose ed to get him up at 5:30 I I II under the management of Mrs. Becky

of making such i investigations as shall seem properto morning so he could catch tan I and dancing and games were enjoyed Simpson. The same efficient and accurate' I .

the Commission.At early plane for New York just: during the evening watch
repair will maintained
department be
this hearing evidence and testimony will be received to play safe, she got him up at Be sure and keep Saturday evening .<

from producers distributors, producerdistributors 4:30 After having coffee in I July 2, open for the annual and we invite the continued patronage of

and consumers as to the advisability of includingall those wee hours, it was still dark: Beta Sigma Phi sorority Fourth our friends and customers. 1J 11
of July dance in the USO .
of Bradford County within existing Duval-CIay- outside and Fred,said that early
S'all for now,
rising was strictly for the birds
Nassau Milk the
Marketing Area pursuant to provisions -
and went back to bed Don'tdare -Carolyn GEM JEWELRYBECKY
of Chapter 501, Florida Statutes, 1953. ,.
tell you what time he got
Florida Milk CommissionC. up next time, but it was hours;! YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- SIMPSON "' gyro- To

later and he hasn't gone to,j brook purse-size fountain' pens In
Above Picture
New York :yet! II'pastel shades.
Only $2.58 at Brad Li ". r7
Hear that Mrs. I. P. Shepherd I lord County Telegraph. -. ---= -.. ,,
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iriends of Mrs. Julia Bryan
I gagjsjjrrrrr -4 frJIa Mrs. Harold Hazelwood and children plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney and all bids. t-__ -< i first publication of this notice. Appear! State of Florida Tot
will regret to hear that she had S. Perry Penland. 700 Atlantic IXXAK1> OF COUNTY C03UIlS- [Each claim or demand shall be in Marshal L. Frown n hoe r- -.-
I ar spending this week with her leg removed in an operationin National Bank Building, Jacksonville SIGNERS: OP BRADFORD '.,.writing. and shall state the place dence and address ii: 2144 Mddi ':.
Mrs. Hazelwood's brotherinlawand 2, Florida rOL'XTY. FLORIDA. 'of residence and post office addressof Avenue, New York, New York.
\. the Alachua General Hospital on and file the original In the office (OFFICIAL SEAL) the claimant, and shall be swornto You are required to appear on
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lem- Tuesday where she has been con- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on By Charles A. Darby by the claimant HIS agent OR ,July 11, 1955, in the above nam .1
I merman in Gainesville.Mr. I.or before the 11 day of July, 1953; ; Clerk of said Board attorney, and any such claim or [Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
fined for treatment thepast three otherwise the allegations of said 6:10 :2t 6/17 demand not so filed shall be void. ,seeks divorce.
and'Mrs. Richard Ray and months. Complaint will be taken as confessed -I I Rebecca Jane SimpsonAs Bradford County Telcgrapb shall!
I children of Jacksonville spent Sun by you. (',\LL FOil BIOS I executor of the Last Will publish this Order in next four
BIG TIRE SALE at SeJ" This notice i.fcu tie publishedonce Notice is hereby given that the and Testament of Edward Brad- weekly issues.
I day with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey 66 Sen-ice Station. 1our'1 each week for four consecutive Board of County Commissionerswill ;I ford SImpson deceased. Witness my hand and official seal
THE NEWS at their regular meeting on' 6/10 4t 7/1
Warren. weeks In the Bradford County Tele- .
Mrs. Floyd Green was July 5. A.D. 1953. at 9:30.M.., at Starve. Florida, this Juno n 1V3"
, Mrs. Dale Van Sickel of Los raph. cf'h'e bids, for (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb>
furnishing the re-I In Circuit Csnrt. Bradford County.Florida ,
Vincent's hospital last week for Dated this 6 day of June 1955. As Clerk oi Said Court.
66 6 16 I II I' F -_,'_,-- --w ,'Angeles Calif.. spent from Fridayto (OFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles A.Darby lowing: la chancery I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
treatments and 60 5 foot Phoenix Canariensis
checkup.Mr. Court One Bell Brown, Plaintiff, ,
Clerk of the Circuit "s'l:
Tuesday with her sister Mrs. palmsto Zach H. Douglas. 505 l.yn it! i'.iiMingr. -
Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. E. K. Mrs. Nelson Green flew to Fort and Mrs. N. B. Rosier have By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk. be delivered at the Court HouseIII Marshall L. Brown Defendant, i' Jacksonville. Kl.! .r.da;
Anderson.Mr. Case No. 10-1037 i
Ferryman and Mrs. Comer Long 'Worth, Texas Tuesday of last I George had as guests, Mrs. E. B. Andrewsof 6/10 4t :/1 Starke, Florida on order. Order Of Pnbll..atloaad .Notice To i I I Attys. for PIf. t ill.: .
and Mrs. Don Pat shad The Board
I reserves the right to
visited Mrs. F. H. Long at Mason week to visit her son-in-law and ray Lake Butler on Monday, and NOTICE TO APPEAR reject any or all bids.

Manor rest home in Jacksonville, I daughter, Sgt. and Mrs. Donald j I as overnight guests Sunday Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake 10 Circuit Court Bradford County. Board of County Commission-I
and Mrs.: I. J, Godbold and daughter Florida In Chancery.Juanita ers Bradford .
Sunday. Hardenbrook for two weeks. Butler on Tuesday. Gunter Plaintiff, vs. Don- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Susan, of Lake City I E. Gunter Defendant.Case .
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen and' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas ley No. 10-1034 By Charles A. Darby
Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonvilleis Clerk of the Circuit Court
I Earlton Beach spent Sunday with family are spending their twoweek's I and daughter, Kathleen, will spend Notice To AppeariTo 6/10 2t 617MVTICK
whose resl-
spending.this week with Dr. : Donley E. Gunter HUNDREDSof
.. Mrs. Johns' mother, Mrs. Laura vacation with friends in and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. The 'next week attending the state high denoe and address is: UnknownYou OF PROntTKn
Tison. Georgia and with Mr. and Mrs.C. school baseball tournaments at are hereby notified that a Tb tountr JuUse' 'ourt, Urad-
Middletons and Mrs. Jones droveto Knit fnr ilivnrrA. ._
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H. Cowen in Huntsville Ala. Fort Pierce. ouatMate! of Florida.
I has been filed against you In the -- and economic-
Misses Mary Boyer and Mary Atkinson, Ga., on Monday to ESTATE OF EDWARD BRADFORD I details are managed
Mrs. R. O. Dansby and daughter Vernon Reddish flew to Great above named Court and cause and SIMPSON, Deceased.
Fisher of Jacksonville week- visit their to of ally attended that only a trained and
were nephew, B. G. Middleton I you are required serve a copy Ibr Mate of Florida. To III PrmonKIntrrpiitrd
Janice and Rodney Hall Mass. the week-
Barrington, over to the
answer or pleadine
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. j who has teen ill. your In the ':",tate of careful organization can attend when
the Plaintiff's Attorney
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. An- end on a business trip. complaint on Haiti Orrrdrnt: ,
Tenly. D'I i drews in Wesconnett on Saturdayand Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J.'I Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson were Title Joseph K.Building Skipper, ,Jacksonville%21 Florida You are hereby notified that a I the urgent need for serving is at

i BIG TIRE SALE at Seymour's. B. Sapp were visiting Mrs. F. A.Moore written instrument purporting to
Floridaand hand.
also shopping in Jacksonville.Mrs. I dinner guests Sunday of :Mrs. I. D. be the Last Will and Testament of
66 Service Station. in Gainesville on Wednes- file the original In the officeof said decedent
H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. Hawkins and son, Paul, in Waldo. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on probate in said Court.been admitted to

Misses Jean Mundy and NancyDuPre Lonnie Daniels are driving to day.Guests Capt. F. M. (Buckshot) Williamsand or before the : You are hereby commanded within -
of July
11 day ;
of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan I ala calendar
spent Monday in Jackson- months from the
Lakeland .
today to take.Mrs.. J. family arrived home last Fri- otherwise the allegations of said
E. Futch to visit her sister, Mrs.T. I Smith over the weekend, here to day afternoon from Stewart Air i Complaint will be taken as confess date'Of notice to the appear first publication in said Court of this and _.__ Phone 7 Starke, Fla.

ville.Powell Davis of Arcadia spent N. Limbaugh for the summer. I attend the graduation of JoAnn Base, Newburg, N. Y. to visit his ed This by you.notice shall! be publishedonce the show action cause.of said if any Court you in can why .
Smith Rowe included Mrs. R. C. admitting
the first part of the week with Mrs. Kate Sheppard is spendinga : fathef, T. S. Williams, and sister, weeks each in the week BRADFORD for four consecutive COUNTYTKLKGKAPH. said Will to probate should not Funeral Director Ambulance Service
Weaver Sr. and Mrs. Louette Kou- stand
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. few days this week in Winter Mrs. Margaret Davis, for a month (OFFICIAL unrevoked.SEAL
ros of Miami, Mrs. Felix Uzzell of Dated this S day of June, 1955. ) Our local funeral home enable nj to offer convenience. aU
E. M. Davis. Garden visiting friends. Capt. Williams will sail from New Theron A. Yawn. County Judge
OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
Moore Haven :Mrs. ( )
:Miss Joan Furlong is leaving Coylis York on July 11 for a threeyeartour Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford County Florida services not otherwise available.
where' and family and Mr. and Mrs. R. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 6/10 4t 7/1
today for Waycross, Ga., of duty in Germany. Mrs. 6/10 4t 7/1
C. Weaver Jr. of Jacksonville.Mr. :OTICK TO ntEllITORS -SSSSSSSSrsSSSSSrSSflsssssfl-rsrs rsrrsssWe
she will be organist in the Duncan- Williams and children will join In The Court
Of The County ,
HOW MANY? and Mrs. Jerry Gay and :NOTICE TO APPEAR Bradford Judge furnish the highest type service at lowest and
i DuBose wedding on Saturday afternoon him later. They are staying at IK Circuit 'ourt, Bradford County, County. Florida, prices
at the Central Baptist family will spend the next two Kingsley Lake for a couple of Florida In ClaanC' r,.. IN la: Probate.RE ESTATE OF EDWARD accept Aft T life insurance polio in force, issued by ANY
weeks in Winston Salem, N. C., Shirley Bertha Jennings Plaintiff.
Church. BRADFORD SIMPSON Deceased. as in or in full on funeral
weeks, and Miss Peggy Davis arrived company payment part a
Jobs have been lost and Norfolk, Va., visiting friends vs. Sidney William Jennings. Defendant 'J'o11 (Creditor and P l'tIoa. lIa,'-
BIG TIRE SALE at Seymour's from Miami last Saturdayto jag Claim or Demand* Agaln Consultation carries no obligation.
Homes have been broken and .
relatives.Mrs. Case No., 10-S70 nid! Uhtatei
66 ServIce Station. be with them while they are -rpsrsssssssssrsssrrrrsrsssrss-rssssss5$ 1104
Enemies have been made John Sale of Valdosta, Ga., Notice To AppearTo You and each of you are hereby
Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Albany, : Sidney William Jennings. notified and required to present any -_. '_' -- ,.__ _-_ J _. ._ '_._.,
Friendships broken be- is spending the next two weeks hereRev. whose residence and address is: .
L .
claims and 1
and Mrs. H. E. Bullock demands which you or ______ .. -
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Ga. the of Col. .
was guest and Mrs.T. UnknownYou
cause of jangled nerves. with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale at either of you may have against the
T. Long and Mr. and Mrs. T. Lake. have returned home after a visit are hereby notified that a estate of Edward Bradford Simpson -
suit for
Kingsley deceased, late of said
Your Chiropractor not only II. Slade the first part of the week. Kaspar and Margaret Rose Duncan with friends and relatives in Tulsa, Divorce and restoration of to the County Judge of Pradford County
: Okla. While away they attended a maiden name (ounty, Florida, at his office
removes the cause of Jangled Mrs. M. W. Lance is spending visited their cousins, Teddy one-week advanced Christian has been filed against you in the the court house of taid County at I

nerves, but In correcting the two weeks in Fernandina with and Sue Duncan, in Gainesvilleon I above named Court and cause and Starke Florida, within eight calendar -
Training Course at Springfield, you are required to serve a copy of months from the time of the
nerve condition tores normal her daughter, Mrs. Billy Burbank Thursday.Mr. your answer or pleading to the complaint -

function to each of the Jr. who has been recently con- and Mrs. Robert Firth flew Mo. on the Plaintiffs Attorney 4ai -----' -
organ : Mrs. Laura Moseley has returned Fred Butler 1309 Parnett Bank .. '-- '.- The Appointment As Dealer
body. fined in the hospitaL to Belleville and Flint, Mich., ovei Building, Jacksonville :2, Florida
to her home from the Alachua and file the original in the office of
the Decoration Day weekend tc)
General Hospital where she underwent the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Do you just exist or do you BIG visit friends and relatives. The3 r minor before the COLONIAL FORJOHNSON
a operation last week.
11 day of July, 1955
also attended the Indianapoli; ;
enjoy "abundant living? Her condition is improving slowly. otherwise the allegations of said I
ROUND & SQUAREDANCE 1 Automobile Races. Pomniaint will be taken as con-

Mrs. George Anderson had a; fessed by you. MOTORSIN
Hi-Y 11113 110H..C shall be publishedonce
IN STARKE ITS I Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. R. L Club Group each week for four consecutive

Sr., Mr. and Mrs. R. L weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Epperson : Has 2-Day Outing graph. TillS AREA
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC AtSTARKE Epperson Jr. and Miss Diane Har, Dated this 3 day of June. 1955. 218

wood of ,St. Petersburg, Mr. anc I Sixteen members of the local (OFFICIAL,SEAL) Charles A.Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Courty e
ARMORYSat. Mrs. H. McKinney and childrer 1 Hi-Y Club celebrated school's closing Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

of Jacksonville, :Mr. and Mrs.V. with a two-day pleasure jaunt 6/10 4t 7/1 (j)
CLINIC Night 8:00 Till 12:00 J. Epperson and daughter Sallj P to Daytona Beach June 1 and 2. ItOTICK OF TAX J-QrlLlZ\TIOS

Ann of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Ariel 1 Th club's sponsor, Dr. C. J. The Board of County Commissioner OUR STORE AND INSPECT
2 blocks north of Post Office Music By of Bradford County Florida
Gay ,and daughter and Mr. anc I Houpt, conducted the trip. will meet at the Court House in the FLOWERSFor THE OUTSTANDING FEA-

HENRY BASSAnd Mrs. Talmadge Van Sickel anc S The at County Commissioners' Office on
group stayed the Day- Tuesday, the 5th day of July. A.D. All Occasions TURES OF THE
Phone 108
His daughter of Gainesville, Mrs. W. tona Plaza hotel. Members reported 1955 as a Board of Equalizers for

Office hours daily except Thurs. RamblersOf P. Knight of Americus, Ga., anc I a two-day spree of shop-, the and purpose receiving of testimony hearing complaints as to the DISH GARDENS
Mrs. Dale Van Sickel of Los An- ping, swimming and "boardwalking. -value of any property real or per- NEW 1955 JOHNSON
9to12 1:301o5:30 sonal or mixed as fixed by the Tax
geles, PLANTS
Assessor for the year 1955 againstthe
Evenings and Thursdayby Jacksonville, Fla. BIG TIRE SALE at Seymour': Boys participating were Billy owner or agent of such prop-

appointment S NO DRINKING 66 Service Station.Mr. Moore, Roddy Struth, DeWayne erty. H. A. Bishop Jr. POTTERY Complete Stock On Hand

and Mrs. J. M. Vickers an I Elder, Jan Mundorff, Joe Harding, Chairman of Hoard of County
Commissioners of Bradford Flowers JViredAnywhere
children spent from Thursday t<) Pearson Cox, Robert Kelly, Ray County, Florida.

---- mond Stefanelli (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Attest: Charles A. Darby
J. A. Atkinson of Jackson- land, Dennis Mathews, Glen Red Clerk and Auditor STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESAt

and TimeAgain ville was a Monday visitor of Mr. dish, Buzzy Green, Art Patray, 6/10 2t 6/17

;) stct'; % and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. Lamar Shaw, and William Carter. CVI.l. FOil BIDS Nona St. Starke S.A.L.Depot
I SEALED BIDS will be taken up
We'veProven Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle wer,. to 9:30 A.M. July 5, 1955 for furnishing '
; to the Board of County CommissIOners ,-' -do-. .. : _.: :. ..:::::. ::/
E visiting Mr. and Mrs. George. Doyh, Elks Join Observance of Bradford County, --- -- -- -- -- --- -- ----- "' --

in Doctor's Inlet on Sunday after,. -Florida u : a
OurAbility 1 2-ton:; truck with 2-speed axle
Local Elks will join wfth mem-
of not less than 135 lIP. with VISIT
E I : noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Raymonc I bers of the Gainesville lodge in the heavy-duty front and rear CALL WRITE
springs; with an 8 inch double-
and Mr and Mrs. R. B. Alvare annual Flag Day observance Sun lift arm-type hoist Installed with

attended the graduation exercise!; day afternoon at i o'clock. Rep.I a steel not flat less platform than 12 dump feet by bodyof 90

: Our Expert Watch Repairs By I of their niece Ga., Miss Vilda Moorein eve,: Billy Matthews will be the featured 19 inches.ply on Tires rear-and-dual 825 900 x 20 x ;20 10; MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC.P. .
on Monday
Waycross, ,
: A Watch Maker Formerly Of speaker on the program ply on front. ,
Delivery date to be :30 days or
: TilE GRUEN WATCH FACTORY ning.Mrs.. George Flynn Sr. anc I which will be held in the Gaines- less from acceptance date of bid.
A 1946 Chevrolet dump truck is O. Box 446 GAINESVILLE
grandchildren, Harriet and Bil:I vjlle. lodge. Among: those from here I II to be traded in on the puchase of --
Guarantees SatisfactionWILLIAM'S the new truck and can be seen by
Powell, are spending the weekend I planning to attend are: J. R. Kelly contacting Charles A. Darby. Clerk.

with the junior Flynns in Tampa. Exalted Ruler, Robert Green, This truck is to be financed, 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
JEWELRY Mrs.' Flynn Jr. and children wil I without interest; down-payment to
Maxie Carter Sr., Billy Noegel, be the trade-in allowance on the
return with Mrs. Flynn Sr. t<) 1946 dump truck. the balance in 12

: 151 W. Call St. Phone 375 spend two weeks while the younger ,. Irvin Robbins, and J. D. Doyle. equal installments beginning on the -
10th of
day November A. D. 1955.
: Starke, Fla. I Mr. Flynn is at National Guarc 1 The bidder will furnish the Board $15.00 LOANS $300.00PHONE
camp. SOT1CE TO APPEAR payment and the total amount of
Miss Jimmie Moncrief of State: la Circuit Court. Bradford Count?. all monthly payments.The .
t: : ._ _. __. n '. Florida !. Chancery. Board of County Commission
Farm js spending several weeks William P.. Smith, Plaintiff. ,.s. ers reserves the right to reject any FR-6-5333
with her brother-in-law and sister -Madelyn U. Fernandez, also knownas COLLECT
Madelyn G. Fernandez Smith, de
Underill t
Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
fendant. Case No. 10-1036:
& at Cocoa Beach. \.,IIt e To Appear
Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. P. To: Madelyn G. Fernandez also I
as Madelyn G, J-'ernandez
J. Quattlebaum attended the Flori- Smith whose residence and addressis
To Service I' : 20-A David Street Pasay City,
Community Federated Garden Club Presi-
Republic of the Philippines.
Movie* Are Better Than Ever" dent's Council at the Florida Union You are hereby uuiitied that a BUSINESS DECTORYRFor
suit for
Building at the U of F on Tuesday.Mr. .

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad and Mrs. Floyd Boone and Annulmenthas been filed against you ,n the

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. I children are returning to their you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of Reliable Dependable Service and MerchandiseShop

home in Jackson, Tenn., today your answer or pleading to the com-
., June 11-ONLY Sun., Mon., and Tues. after spending several weeks with j These Starke Business Firms

DOUBLE FEATURE June 12, 13,1-1 Mr. and .
Mrs. Boone's parents, : ,

Mrs. O. W. White Sr.
CftUWJ KtUBS imMdtnmr
', I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour'and totoOSi I

dj '_ sons spent Tuesday at Cedar I
\\ I 11 "Now do you think he'll get the I PEST CONTROL DRY CLEANING HERB'S

\ ,6 KIRRJOHNSONMIUS: Key.Mr.. Mrs. J. N. Byrd of Tam-. 666
\ I _ and i tale hint to take me out to dinner!b"
4'I I __ I i pa were weekend guests of Mr.I : TERMITESALL KING KONEDRIVEIN

'I -I II and Mrs. Willis Dyal and family.i I Any husbandis TYPES OF
____ ___
r b UKU i&. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman a winner Household Commercial
.. I were in Jacksonville Sunday eve-, LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! GROVE SPRAYINGCall WE CALL FOR I
I I takes his familyout
TheJEncf Who
S the birthday din-!I Package Milk Shakes
S u1'l'l\ :1 of theAffair ner ning of their granddaughter, Janelle; Fresh Mullet to dinner.GUIDON for estimate AND DELIVER And
Florida Pest
? Control
: ,. Dawkins, who was celebrating her: I Phone 135 KING KONES
:' I'I GRILLGeorge
fifth anniversary. & Chemical Co. .

,1111q I w Mrs. F. F. Stump is spending j 19db. l'hone Franklin 6-6035 NEW METHOD 0 DELICIOUS
several days in Monticello visiting, CLEANERSBob .
24 X. W. 16th Ave. REFRESHING
..a SIooIoo M*>n.fat s.-.Owta CoUMT..4ttttl her son-in-law and daughter, :Mr1;I Kopelousos, Owner Green :315 Temple Ave.
t1JSitINj I( .Sciw U>t|\1.101! [COTO.flllll NMl and Mrs. W. H. Thomson Jr. and,i; FISH MARKET Gainesville, Fla.
.,BUUUM GlUt.rmkul t|DAW IWSftncM Starke Fla.
family. By Nick's Fruit Stand r
*cwwo)wmnt I i 4- -
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
-And- 'las[ "Unsure Runts" Cartoon and I: spent several days last week in|I I -- __,-________.---_Ti___ --- - 11 4 -- CONEY ISLAND BEST
Latest World News Lake Wales, Sebring and Avon i|i HIGH TESTED

:_ MRS. T. F. HAZEN Mrs. Victor Berry Jr. and sons, Family Photographer FOREMOST ICE CREAM TOWN


I Wed., Thur., and Fri. are spending several weeks with One Proportion -- Perfect 85411 I Sandwiches Of All Kinds

S S June 15,16,17 Mrs. Berry's parents, Mr. and Open 8 ajn. 10:30 p.m. FULL LINE


C JO.-C--.ho_ Mr. and Mrs. William B. Boyd Tenth Street;

Fred Leslie and son Billy of St. Petersburgwere The Tweed Luster Finish And

/I Astaire Caron Monday evening dinner guests A Regular $5.00 Value Only $2.00 READYMIXEDCONCRETE 'lYVYYYYYYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyySchwinn
I I.r of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. I I INTRODUCTORY OFFER Grocery & Market
Mrs. Daisy Lippham of Plant
.12)) .4J Ph. 281-L S. Walnut ;t
City and nephew, N. D. Wain- $5.00 Value For Only 2.00 REPAIRING

y. _._ wright of Hollywood, were week-; Phone 94 SAWS FILED '-L_______ ...., ""'" .l'r.2':'i.=.7'

end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Name LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED
4' f Wainright.Dale I Street Simpson Bike Shop r
". TtRiS .. Alexander of Greenville,'
'rke&AcI: ?/ Tenn., a scout for the. New York City & State CO. S. Walnut; St.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. OPEN SUNDAY

IDaddyIoiigIes I Giants, was the weekend guestof Subject ____--_______________ Phone.._________ .----= r"----: __ A
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.Mr. 7:30 10:30 A.M.

: cINSMASCOPE.c.I.Ibb.LgIa You will receive a nice variety of Proofs will be 12:30
and Mrs. Ben Rowland and poses. : P.M.
4t/ -, SS. 24 Hour Service WELDINGCAST
'to, the Wonder of High fidelity STEREOPHONIC SOUND daughter, Kay, spent Sunday at shown in approximately ten days. I

illu'4- ---- Plus "Field and Scream" Cartoon- Cedar Key and brought back with THIS SPECIAL OFFER GOOD ONLY I I ALL KINDS ALTO REPAIRS IRON BRASS _

"Salt Water Tabbj" Cartoon them Joan Baylor who is the guestof WRECKER SERVICE CAST STEEL S FULL LINE OF
and Latest World New

and Chapter Xo. 10 Serial _ _ _ Kay this week. FRI., JUNE 10 Pay Photographer $2.00 Phone 9118 GROCERIESWEST

WE INVITE YOU IN Mrs. X. M. Smith and family Bring This Add For Individual Sitting CUMBER'SWELDING

nIE. R. E. EDMONDSON I TO SHOP AT TilE spent last week in Opalocka visiting HOURS 11 A.M. TO 7 P.M. THOMAS TRUCK SHOP ENDGROCERY
Mrs. Smith's Mr.: and Phone
parents, 248-J
I CONCESSION STAND Mrs. Jerry Bolden and attendinga MAGNOLIA HOTEL Starke Fla. TERMINAL Cor. 10th & Thompson
.- ._ 1/2 Mile South on 301
.- .- family reunion. _,,_, I ., .," I" III .1 I i .


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FRIDAY. JCN'E 10. 1955 \

'VVYVVVYvvYTTvyyyyyyyyyy Popular Film OpensAt Notice For Filing, Petition For Final-- ed against you for the relief demanded 178 Kensington Street Manhattan {
UUcharce Of Administrator. in the Bill of Complaint. Beach New York. once each week for four consecutive Bradford County Telegraph shall You are hereby notified that a cult
I Florida TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;: The Bradford County Telegraph You are hereby notified that a weeks graph. In the Bradford County Tele- publish this Order In next four for Divorcehas
HEILBRONNBy SundayA Notice Is hereby given that I De- Is hereby designated as the newspaper suit for divorce Dated this 25 day of May 1955. weekly Issues. been filed against you In the
filed returns I In which said order shall be Witness hand and official above named
Witt C. Jones have my has been filed against you in the my Court and cause and
lavish CinemaScope musical as Administrator of the estate of published once a week for four consecutive above named Court and cause and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby seal at Starke Florida, this May you are required to serve a cepy of
Mn. Ancel Norman4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL Odia M. Williams, deceased; that 1: weeks. you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 20 1955.: your answer or pleading to the complaint -
OJ I version of the old favorite, "Dad- have tiled my petition for final Witness my hand and "official your answer or pleading to the complaint By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk (OFFICIAL SEAL) CUsnes A. Darb on the Plaintiffs Attorney 'I
dy Long Legs- opens at the discharge, and that I will apply to seal this 17 day of May A.D. 1955. on the Plaintiff's Attorney 6/27 4t J/17 I I As Clerk of said Court T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla
# the Honorable Theron A. Yawn, (OFFICIAL Seal) Charles A. Darby Kitchen & Schwartz. 7is Professional By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk and tile the original in the officeof
I Florida Theatre Sunday for a three County Judge of Bradford County,, Clerk Circuit Court Building. Jacksonville la Circuit' Court, Bradford County, I Lloyd Bass, 30% Clark Building the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Miss Janet Nichols celebrated. day run. Florida on July 5, 1955 for approvalof By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Florida Owen Florida I. Chancery. :.Jacksonville Florida or before the
ler 12th birthday anniversary the same and for final dischargeas 5/20 't 6/10 and file the original in the office of M. Smith O.,Smith.Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Alice I Attys. for Plf. 5/27 4t 6/17 20 day uf June 1955; \
The plot follows the theme of a administrator of the estate of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i otherwise the allegations of said
Friday, May 28, by surprising her. Odis M. Williams, deceased. In The Circuit Court Eighth Judicial or before the Case No. 10-1D1J Complaint will be taken as confessed -
school homeroom with a party. middle-aged benefactor who June 2, 1955 Circuit Of Florida, ID And 27 day of June, 1955; Order Of Publication And :Notice :NOTICE TO APPEAR / by you.
"adopts"' a lonely orphan girl,with DeWitt C. Jones For Bradford County.In otherwise the allegations of said To Appear State Of Florida Tot I. The Circuit Conrt Ot Bradford This notice shah be published
She was assisted in serving re- Administrator Of The Estate Of Chancery. Complaint will be taken as confessed Alice M. Smith. whose residenceand County.: Florida. In Chaarery.Szcepan once each week for four consecutive
freshments by two of her class the provision she never know his Odis M. Williams deceased. No. 10-1011 by you. address. Is: Spring Mills Penn- Dumanski. Plaintiff. vs. !weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
idenity. 6/2 4t 6/24 Max Niederrelther. Plaintiff vs. This notice shall be published sylvania.You Ludwika Dumanski Defendant. .
mates, Dorothy Green and Faith Irene Nlederreither Defendant. once each week for four consecutive are required to appear on Case No. 10-1016 I (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby
Hodges. : Fred Astair, known best for his I. Circuit Court. Bradford County,,I Notice To Defend weeks in the Bradford County ,. June 27, 1955, in the above named I Notice To \ppear: Clerk of tiu ,.rcutt; Court
spectacular dancing, fills the role Florida In Chancery. To: Irene Kiederretther. Defendant Telegraph. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I To Ludwika Dumanski, whose i By Marian u Crosby, D.-i>ut> Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach of Jacksonville the Theodore Thomas Ludlum, Plaintiff, 7 Henogstand Street Munich Dated this 24 day of May. 1955. seeks divorce I residence and address is: Unknown : a. ib 4t 6,10 I"
benefactor. The orphan Germany.You .
Jessie Reidpath Ludlum. Defendant. -
were visiting her mother, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
French girl is Leslie Caron. Case No. 10-1029 are hereby notified that a suit Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Mrs. Deloris Carmichael, over the Order Of Publication And .Notice 'l'u for divorce has been filed againstyou By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
weekend. "Daddy Long Legs" was pub- App .ra State Of Florida Tot In the above entitled cause; 5/27 4t J/17 nnnnnnnnnnnnnn
lished as a novel in 1912. Versions Jessie Reidpath Ludlum, whose and you are hereby required to file j
Saturday night guest of Mr. and, re5idence and address is: 3220 Con- your Answer with the Clerk of this XOTICE TO APPEAR
Mrs. G. L. Sapp was H. C. Taylor. appeared in a play In 1914, a necutt Ave., Washington, D. C. Court, and to serve a Copy thereof'In Circuit Court, Bradford County,
silent film in 1919 and a talkiein You are required to appear on upon Plaintiff's attorney. Samuel V. Florldai IB Chancery.Lorena .
from Middleburg. 1931. July 5, 1955, in the above name Holch, 409-A Main Street Daytona S. Boyd. Plaintiff, vs. Roy '
Court and cause wherein plaintiff Beach Florida not later than the Boyd, Defendant. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Nonnan and< seeks divorce. 21st day of June 1955. Case No. 10-1025 I:

family were visiting their son and ... Bradtora county: .telegraph shall If you fall to do so. decree pro Notice To Appear .
yyyvyyyyyyy confesso will be entered! against To Hoy whose '
publish this Order In next four you : Boyd, residenceand
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.. weekly issues. for the relief demand in the Bill of address is: 115 East Street. !
Kenneth Norman of Kingsley Lake Witness my hand and official seal Complaint. Lake Charles. Louisiana. I I
PINE at Starke Florida. this May 31, 1955. WITNESS my hand and seal of You are hereby notified that a
Saturday night. LEVEL (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs said 1955.Court this n day of May A.D. suit for divorce has been filed
of Mr. and Mrs. I Clerk of said Court against you in the above named
Sunday guests ,
) Charles
A. Darby Court and cause and you are required -
airs. II. M. Deputy Clerk
Mr. and Clerk Circuit
LeRoy Norman Sr. were Court to serve a copy of your an-
Chas. It Hess. 204 Guaranty Life
I Bradford County, Florida
swer or pleading to the complainton
Mrs. Marklee Norman and daugh- Bldg., Jacksonville. Florida. 5/20 4t 6/10 the Plaintiffs Attorney .
ter of Hampton and Mr. LeRoy; I Attys. for Plf. 6/3 4t 6/24 I Green & Green Starke, Florida, r -
We were glad to have Miss KOTICE TO APPEAR and file the original in the office of 'A' \S
Norman Jr. of Camp Blanding. NOTICE. TO APPEAR In Circuit Court. Bradford County, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or F '
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bennett of Hazel Cannon and seven Youth In Circuit Court. Bradford COllat,, Florida In Chancery. before the
Camp workers with us Sunday Florida In Chancery. Lillian Kahn. Plaintiff vs. Morris 27 day of June 1955; ;: H
the State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. Nina II. Sanders Plaintiff vs. Glenn Kahn. Defendant. Case No. 10-1022 otherwise the allegations of said
night. The Youth Fellowship'group Defendant Notice: To Appear Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Carl Brown and family of Starke R. Sanders f
will meet with the Pine Level Baptist Case No. 10-1031 To: Morris Kahn whose residenceand by you.
were Sunday guests of Mr. and I Notice To AppearTo address Is: c/o Max Aufrlchtig This notice shall be published -

Mrs.Mr.:G.and L. Sapp.Mrs. Bobby White of Cannon Church will be Friday present.Mr. night. Miss Geneva.dence: Glenn and Alabama.You address R. Sanders. is: Oceola whose Hotel resi-, ..::: -. :,/ -, -,.-. >..,., :- .:- : ....;: .-.:.,-=-. ; ;. ; ;'." --"'--:;. _/:--.:.:.- ., --,-.--, S ;1 1Security's

and Mrs. Raymond Waite
are hereby notified that a
Starke spent last week with her
and daughters Patsy and Nancy, eutt forDivorce
parents the Ansel Normans.The alimony, attorneys' fees
-most recent school honor and Mrs. Fieste Stinson, all of and restoration of maiden name IT'S THE PRIDE OF THE SLEEK 1J
Griffin Ga. attended church here has been filed against you in the
roll at Heilbronn included: above named Court and cause and ? ;J
First grade: Stephen Coward, Sunday. With Rev. and Mrs. Hall, you are required to serve a copy of NEW BAIL-A-MATIC FLEET! -f : ; ; I
they were dinner guests of Mr. your answer or pleading to the complaint '
Crews Clara Dean Clark
Rickey on the Plaintiffs Attorney > 4 -
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis.B. '
Carolyn Rhoden. Williams & Futch. P. O. E"ox

Second grade: Linda Ann demons M. McRae returned home and 188 file the Starke original, Florida.in the office of S S _'.

Jo Ann Scott. from the Gainesville hospital last the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ...
of July.
before the 5 day
Third grade: Linda Crews. Saturday and is getting along or 1955; otherwise the allegations of

Fourth grade: Johnny Scott, fairly well. said Complaint will be taken ai

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and confessed by you.
Lynn White, Carolyn Norman. This notice shall be publishedonce

Fifth grade: Janet Nichols, San- family Sunday afternoon were each week for four consecu-

dra Salario, Nettie Sweat, Joe visiting Mrs. Fender's parents, Mr. tive Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford County off

Sapp. and Mrs. R. L. Batten, at Theressa. Dated this 31 day of May, 1955. 30HP program pays
SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Sixth grade: Nathan Green, Arley McRae of Gainesville attended (OFFICIAL Clerk of the Circuit Court

Ernestine Brown. church here last Sunday.He By Marian L. CrosbY. Deputy Clerk (Ctt.Atwatera

Seventh grade: Jean Hiatt, Jan and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. 6/3 4t 6/24:!

ice Chesser, Charlene Cowart. W. McRae, brother James and NOTICE TO APPEAR S. AQUAMUTE BAIL-A-MATIC Exhaust Pow..Iollln Intake ; in better results

Gwinn Turner of Plant City were In Circuit Court Bradford County,, Siltnar HUSH-SPRING Mount 1
Florida! In Chancery.Mieczyslaw .
Shift with
Compltt Saftty7on
fTTYTYTYfYYTYYYYYTTYTYYlBAYLESS dinner guests of the H. M. Me- Kurszyne. Plaintiff, vs. SKiftlock f New FrM-Flow-

Marie Kurszyne Defendant. V-Valvti Electric ruth-Button'
Raes.Mr. Case No. 10-1015 I
_: I Starter. and Chok (optional)
HMAY\ and Mrs. Clyde Hughey of Notice To AppearTo
residence S AQUAB1ADE tower Unit
whose -
Maria Kurszyne -
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. J. C. : -
S Remote Control Connection
and address Is: Unknown.You .
Sapp and son Wayne of Heilbronn, are hereby notified that a: STOWAWAY Tank S Snap. Mr. C. W. Mixson, Route 2, Lake City
and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thorntonwere suit for divorce
in the Florida is another winner in
has been filed against you t Security'sChick
dinner guests of the B. M. above named Curt and cause and Here's a motor with the, .J

McRaes Sunday.Mr. you are required to serve a copy of kind of power that pushesany .- to Chick Livability contest. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner, Mr. your answer or pleading to the complaint outboard hull to new SEcURITI
and Mrs. Gilbert Brown of on the Plaintiffs Attorney F- Mixson
and Mrs. Jim Conner of Raiford Starke and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. -". heights of performance. sIffou a 94.35% livability record
and Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson went to and file the original in the office c The new Scott-Atwater 1240
Norman of Heilbronn were among of the Clerk of the Circuit Coqrton ? on pullets and an egg production
Fort I 30 HP tops a sensational
Pierce to attend a funeral or before the 4
and visited friends and relatives.Mr. I the visitors of the B. M. McRaes 20 day of June 1955; :- line of Bail-a-matic out.., liY record of 80.4%.
said '
Sunday afternoon. otherwise the allegations
and Mrs. Charles Newmans 'I Complaint will be taken as confessed boards 5, 7%, 10, 16and3OHP.Seeittoday
Mrs. Robert Turner of Plant M :

of Gainesville visited his parents, City was a dinner guest of her This by you.notice shall be publishedonce .: p _ Security's program pays off in better
Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newmans Sun- each week for four consecutive
uncle and family, the H. M. Mc weeks in the Bradford County Tele- .. results, because these better feeds are
day.Aaron Raes one day last week. graph. .nLa -
Hutchinson and Lorrine Dated this 18th day of May, 1955. : ------ t built to
I give results made of the
Well, school is out for a short (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 30 HP I (1 '
Heberling of Ft. Lauderdale
went time. But there's plenty to do to Clerk of the Circuit Court. : highest quality ingredients with all ofSecurity's
to Daytona Beach Friday of last By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk \_ _
entertain the pupils on the farms 5/20 4t 6/10
week. and the mothers are working, too, $459.50Electric SECURITI experience, skill! and know!
Miss Gail Reddish spent last NOTICE T(, APPEAR

week with her aunt, Mrs. R. A. canning. vegetables :and brierberries. In Florida Circuit; In e Chancery.art. Bradford Court darting model edge in every bag. See your Security

Reddish of Raiford. James Walter Pryan. Plaintiff. gvoilable at BAI1.A.MATIC! ends HUSH-SPRINO MOUNT, dealer today! J
Lydia Edna Bryan Defendant... llonal cert. Easyterns dipping, spoofing, Aquamutt Exhaust an? :
Floyd Lester and C. C. Crosby case KO.u. IV.IVU OAt. can be or pumP DI. Keeps boat Intake Silencer rive you l

t are cutting Chinese; cabbage this \OTICE OP SAtK notice To Appears rang to1. dry automatically. smooth, quiet noes. .
PLYMOUTH SEDAN To: Lydia Edna Bryan, whose ,
week for market Notice is hereby given that the residence and address is: Box K, SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville! Inc.; I
We were proud of Beverly Jc City of Lawtey will sell at 10 a.m. Brigantine New Jersey .
on June 11 at the City Hall In Law You are hereby notified that a -
Crosby Myrtle Ann Barnes and tey one 1949 Plymouth l-door sedan .suit for 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla.'
Don Newmans last Friday night to the highest and best bidder. Divorce CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO
Ethel Reddish Clerk nag been filed' against you ta the
when they graduated from Brad- City of Lawtey above named Court and cause and ) WE DELIVER TO YOUR FARMOOOOftOftftnnOft

ford County High School C/3 Zt 5/10 you are required to serve a copy of
-- your answer or pleading to the
Church services, Sunday School, CALL FOIl BIDS complaint on the Plalntitfi
BTU and prayer meeting will beheld ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 106 TV SEAT COVERS
Smith Building Jacksonville
at the usual time. Youth POWER CITY PLANT OFSTARKE. Florida )

meeting every Saturday night at FLORIDA and file the original In the office of -.-' .<- .--:-_: :.-- .-.- .._.. : -- ----;.::..---- ,::'-..":-- ._.-. ,'--: :: :< _
3 SEALED PROPOSALS will be received the Clerk or the Circuit Court on
by the City Council. City of or before the
Starke, Florida until 5:00 P.M. 20 day of June, 1955:
T CARD ( Eastern Standard Time) on June otherwise the allegations of said
OF THANKS* %1., 1955 for general constructionwork Complaint will h taken as confess-
for the additions and alterations !d by you-
We wish to thank everyone for to the power plant for the This notice shall he published
their City of Starke, Florida.All once each week for four consecutlvf
prayers and their kindness material and equipment furnIshed weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
and the floral offerings during the and all work performed shallbe graph.Dated.
In accordance with the specifications this 19 day of May; 1955.
short Illness and death of loved Herei Where all that wandeful
our and contract documents pertaining (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroj L
one.-The family of Ed Simpson. thereto which may be examined Clerk of the Circuit Court allS
at the office of the City By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,
lerk. Starke Florida and at the 5/20 4t 6/10 .
offices of Reynolds. Smith & Hills, -
Architects and Engineers.. 227 Park In Tbe Circuit Ci>>urf. Eighth: Judicial -
SPECIAL! SALE7Jortkns Street, Jacksonville Florida. DrawIngs Circuit, In And For Bradford
and specifications may be purchased County State of Florida,
from the above mentioned In Chancery. pellormanee hugh!
Architects and Engineers for the Izetta Arlene Turlington. Plaintiff,
urn of $6.50 per set. Specificationsat vs. Rufus A. Turlin ton, Defendant.
$!.00) per ropy and partial sets Bill To Revoke A Final Decree of -
of C plans at fifty cents (50c) per Divorce
sheet, to cover the cost of printing, To: :M. Sgt. Rufus A. Turlington,
may be purchased. General contractors whose residence and address is HQ. :-
who submit bona fide bids Company 20th Engr. Brigade A. P. S

SHERBET and condition return, will the documents be refunded in good the O.New%17.York.care Postmaster New York, 'Ilie y're all trye-all the wonderful things in Pontiac's price field. And it's one of the Jf \\ i' ,. / -

above cost for as many as two (2) You are hereby notified that a you hear about Pontiac's great performance. many Pontiac advantages you can't get anyThewaysweepsuphfflordownwiththe ...,. .'" -,' ,' ,
complete sets of plans and specifi Bill! of Complaint to revoke a Final -
I cations. Decree of Divorce has been filed : where else.Pontiac alone gives you the terrific :J.i-
A bid bond properly executed by and are requiredto : "
against you you .
drive of Strato-Streak normance .
the bidder and by a qualified Sure- serve a copy of your answer or effortless The tremendous burst pe -. V
I ty or a certified or cashier's checkon pleading to the Bill of Complainton same ease. "" ."'_. .
any National Dank. In a sum the Plaintiffs attorney. R. E. of passing power that answers the nudge of This sensational performance, remember, -
of not less than five (5%) percent of Cowart, whose address is Madison,
i : i the amount bid, made payable to the Florida and file the original answer your toe.The thought-quick response in stopcomes in a distinguished, future-fashioned MOSI Motl
City of Starke, Florida must accompany or Pleading in the office of "11 lJ e
each bid as a guaranteethat the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and-go traffic that makes the car seem part beauty that is tagged with a price any new- in DIme

the Bidder will not withdraw and for Bradford County, Florida. of you. The smooth, quiet way it goes about car buyer can readily afford.Here's A nr Car
from the competition after openingthe on or before the 27th day of June TH r
bids and In the event the contract A.D.. 1955. If you fall to do so, its business however hard or far you drive. STRArOesrlIAJc \
is awarded to the Bidder, he Decree Pro Confesso will be enter- S your wide-open invitation to come Vea

will.,within enter into ten contract(10) days and thereafter furnIsh -- iilIjNGTSTORAGE Lift the hood of a Pontiac and you'll be face in and try the result-thefostest-sellin(Pontiac e Sfrafo-Sfreak V.a

the required bond, failing whichhe ------ __ That all time. The is whenever great f
to face. with the reason. compact power of car ready you mote. 'andmarb Ofon
shall forfeit deposit as liquidated ._
damages. The Bid Bond and Pert t plant nested there may look much like other are! Make it soon. cnd P7eoffi "
I Irifs formance Bond are required to be \ newest
H V-8's but that's where deceive :
secured from an agency of the \ your eyes you! con btjy s'oJa'd ngine )011

surety or insurance company, which aU
agency shall have an established The Strato-Streak V-S is in a class all by I S J
Place of business in the City of SSSS
Starke and be duly licensed to con- itself-filled with engineering "firsts" that t .

duct Each business bid shall therein.be addressed to make it the mightiest engine ever to appear .lor. OPfionO t rrefr'' carbu.:

the City Council. City of Starke. LlllIer w a Cost
Florida, marked "Additions and POwer : get the most
Alterations Power Plant. City of : ;: "ar.delivered
Starke, Florida", and be deliveredto OIly ca 0 :Y by
City Clerk, City of Starke. Florida prICe.
either by a representative of -
the bidder who shall obtain a receipt -
therefor or by registered mail LOCAL OR LONGDISTANCE
with return receipt requested.The .
City reserves the right to
waive informalities in any bid; to
reject any or all bids in whole or
in part. with or without cause .
and/or to accept the bids that in SAFES
-judgement will be for the best
Interests of the City of Starke. DEPENDABLE
City Council
City of Starke, Florida
6/3 3t 6/17 O ECONOMICAL

0-; :
la The Court The County Judge
llradford ('ouSt). FloridaIn PHONE 311or
Probate.In .
: It I Re Estate of Josiah R. Howe
v-i' \otlre For Filing Petition For Final
j.tt3' Hue-barer ..fUminl.tralor. 250-J

L --i -
Notice is hereby given that I De-
Agents For
Witt C. Jones have filed my returnsas
Administrator of the estate of DELCHER BROS.
Josiah It. Howe, deceased; that I
,4 have filed petition for final discharge -
and that I will apply to
; the Honorable Theron A. Yawn.
County Judge of Bradford County R. B. ALVAREZ
Florida on July 5. 1955 for approvalof
the same and for final dischargeas
.a* administrator of the estate of Transfer and
Josiah R. Howe, deceased.

,frr" '* "" June :. 1955 DeWitt C. Jones Storage Co. Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac
Cuoionieetf by Administrator Of The Estate Of
Coo4. Husikeepin( Josiah r. Howe, deceased s. Court St. Starke. Fla.
,.wlmMll' 0 6/2 4t 6/24

; f( .t4 4 i ft got to bo good! In Bradford Court Of C..t The County,., Florida Judge Ferryman__Bldg.'I _.__. SO. WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 132

I. Probate.In -
-- Re; Estate of Odis M. Williams __ _. -- .q .__ I



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s Due In One Month !

Construction of 15 new homesin I

AAAAAAAA Saratoga Heights may get underway -I I: 44p safest

'Newspaper boys are' wanted for .school at Florida A & M Univer- within four weeks, according -I Miss! Norman To Wed

Church at Keystone Presbyterian ChurchFri. the summer period. All boys in- sity, Bethune-Cookman College or to plans of Jacksonville con- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Normanof
terested in selling the Telegraphare ;Florida Normal and Industrial tractor W. C. Demetree. Highland announce the engagement place

Breaks New Ground ., 9 a. .- Daily Vacation asked to contact the editorat :.Memorial College. Holdup in the growth of Sara-I and approaching marriagelof
the Telegraph office on Call Susanna Williams, Rachel) Donald their oldest daughter, Evelyn
For School PlantThe Bible School; 7 p.m. Daily Va- I toga Heights was the need for
Street. I. C. Jelson, Roosevelt Dell, Lucenia Norman, to Charles Mose-
cation Bible School Commence- i utility expansion. Increased facil-I
Community Church of Keystone ment Program. i Enjoy a vacation with profit; Elmer Shell, Edna Kennedy, S. C. ities were assured Monday when ly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry';

f Heights held ground break- i SaL, 3 p. m.- Adult Choir you can earn 4c from the sale of Price M. W. Turner, E. E. Minott,.the city ordered sewer pipes for II Mosely of Clay Hill. The wedding
date has not been set. ,
ing exercises, following the service Practice. each paper. Be smart and start Maurice White, Betty Thomas and the area.A. .

last Sunday, for -the educational I Sun., 9:45: a. m.Sunday getting your customers today. Inez Butler. J. Thomas Sr., agent for I Bible School Open I
We wish for all these teachersa Bible School starts June 13. Each
to be constructed ad- available to carriers
building School; 11 a. m. :Morning Wor- Papers are Demetree, said the Jacksonville
joining the church. I ship Service -"The .Leaky Cis- after 4 p. m. each Thursday. successful sojourn in the collegeof contractor has constructed 27 Sunday, Sunday School at 9:45,I
their choice. All will be attend- worship services at 11 a. m. and .
The ceremony was conducted by terns of Our Society"; 8 p. m., Summer Program OpensAll homes in the area west of town. ,
customer "I'm convinced that safe
'' ing schools in Florida except Edna 7:30 p. m. Prayer service 7:30 Says a : my depositbox
Dr. A. J. Holl, pastor, and the Evening, Worship Service -"Paul's students interested in en- i Plans for more construction de-
various departments and groupsof Second Missionary Journey." rolling for the summer programare Kennedy who will study Library pended on utilities. Demetree of- Wednesday. Pastor E. C. Harvey. is the safest place for my valuables and impor-
Science at Columbia Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman
the church were represented by Tues., 7:30 p. m.Prayer Meet- asked to report to R. J. E. will serve as librarian University.She next fered to advance, money for sewer and children and Charles :Mosely tant papers. The few dollars a year rental you chargeis
the following: ing; 8 p. m., Circle 1 will meet new school or Lawtey Training and water pipes, with the city to
term in the new R. J. E. School. 'went fishing Saturday at Doctor'sInlet. a pretty low price for of mind!"
Gordon Adams for the Board of with Mrs. E. M. Davis and Circle School as soon as possible so that Lunchroom reimburse the money later. I peace

Trustees; Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, 2 will meet with Mrs. Guy An- we can complete the plans for the WorkshopAt The city agreed, and sewer pipe I -- .
BethuneCookmanOn Floyd Norman was in bfacclennySunday You can be like this customer of You too will
Board of Stewards; Huntley Red- drews. program that will last until July amounting to $4,173 was ordered afternoon. I ours ,
Sunday, 19, the new
Wed., 8 m.- Circle. 3 will 29, 1955. last week. Delivery is expected in
fearn about
Intermediate and Adult p. cafetorium workers for R. J. E. Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Norman and stop worrying your valuables when you come
meet with Mrs. R. G. Paterson. will include two weeks. Still to ordered is
Sunday School Mrs. G. Raymond The
; program
will register at Bethune-Cookman son Larry were in Jackson..illeSaturday in and rent a safe deposit box in our bank to suit
Starnes, Primary Sunday School; Thur., 3 p. m.Junior Choir assembly and indoor activities water pipe, which is expected to you.
College for a short course in lunch visiting the M. L.Thompsons
Eric Redfearn Practice.A include music educa- cost $3,926.
member of Pri- that
work. Mr. who their
room Morgan, Superin- I; were celebrating
mary Department; Michael Wal- cordial welcome awaits all tion, library areas, arts and home- tendent of Public Instruction has City officials said constructionof I wedding anniversary with an old
rath for the Young People; Miss who worship and serve with us. crafts, health and safety. A re- paid the room and board for Alma the sewer line probably will begin -(|fashioned supper. a1'

Gertrude Houser, Choir; Mrs. David freshment break will include Jenkins and Charity Williams to within two weeks. Several from here attended the ... FLORIDA BANK t STARKE
A. Nelson. Women of the At The TabernaclePreparatory milk and doughnuts or cookies. attend the workshop for two Thomas said toe newly developed graduation at Lawtey Junior High .era

church: and Charles T. Smith, Outdoor activities on playgroundwill I weeks. I area will be Saratoga Heights School. Rachel Norman of High I ,M Ir.Yls YO

Men's Club. to the observanceof be held for individual and I They will study "Foundationsof Unit No. 2. The 15 new housesare land was one of those graduating.E. Member t Florida National Group

Each person participating used Communion, following the Sun- small groups, swimming, baseball, School Lunch Management" and expected to be in the same C. Harvey and son Eddie i I 40reR*
the shovel to turn the soil. Eric day morning service, Mr. F. L. softballs!! volleyball and others. No possibly "Quantity Cookery. We price range as those constructed were in' Gainesville Monday on

Redfearn, who is 8-years-old, was Sacher of Par k-of-the-P alms, student will be required to par- believe that this experience willhelp earlier. The streets are being business.Mr. I

chosen for the honor by his fel- brought the message and also as- ticipate in any or all activitiesso them to a better job in the. graded and will be surfaced later. and Mrs. Berton Cuthrithers
low Sunday School members. He sisted in the Communion service. you can select the things you new cafetorium at R. J. E. next I I of Jacksonville were visiting the
has a perfect attendance record Mrs. Olive Welch of Waycross, would like to do most. term. Parents should plan now. Starke Plant Chief 'I jMarrs family Sunday. L '-.,<:;' ;:.:.::-;.....--: .' ..,-- ...:- '''." ".. ,,. .' 'j:_: .J.o:..;, :.::.-;:::..::;. -:..,.

for 6 years since he. entered the Ga., assisted at the, piano. Visitorsto The program will be scheduled for all the children to have hot Lacey Norman was in Baldwin

nursery at the age of 2%. the evening service included according to the wishes of the lunch next term. The fee will be Finishes UF Course Friday on business.Mr. .
The congregation is Mrs. Ethel McColskey. of Lake nominal and :. Mrs. Albert Norman
growing majority of those registered. will vary from 15c and are FARMERS SUPPLYA.
Jesse C. Smith Starke water
rapidly and the Sunday School City.Details Schedules will be announced as to 25c with or without milk. the proud parents of a son, born I
plant operator last week completed
has outgrown the present facili of the coming meeting soon as possible. Swimming will Xo Boy Scout Troop June 2. Born in Starke he has
Hendon Brown and the I the annual short course I
ties. with Dr. be taught on Tuesday and Thurs-II I What has happened to troop 71of I been named Robert Eugene
Toccoa Falls Institute quartetteand conducted at the University of R. JOHNSON
day of each week with principals our town? According to Scout I II
will be announcednext : Florida for water and plant I
pianist sewage
in' II
Anderson and Thompkins master Aaron Holly, no supporthas
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- week. :i'operators. I
charge. There are three possibilities been received from parent*"
brook purse-size fountain pens inpa.tel Another group from South- for lakes at Hampton Sampson and fnenda. Smith received a certificate for {.hades. Only $2.58 at Bradford eastern Bible College, Ala., will his participation in the short I
City, and Keystone Heights.A In a news conference with Holl y __
County which_____ is_
Telegraph. arrive in the near future. course, sponsored ba
very ------ u -
fee of 10 cents will be chargedfor it was_ revealed that_ he has nr. -J
--- --- --- --
J "' ]number of state and private agen- GROCERIES
to and from sonally sponsored all
transportation activi-
[ . ., .... .. .. ._.:0 4 cies.
i v" J- -+fi.i m !ji i im fjm" .r 9 JS* I.the lake for swimming. ties of the scout troop since its

Telephone Service inception. He had tried to orga-,, I I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hello, hello, number please! Mr. nize "Den Mothers" and other I Ms i FERTILIZERS

H. A. Bishop Jr. has promised a groups in order to promote growth J t; J Jr
telephone to R. J. E. High School and development of the scout pro-)
STARKE, FLA. Phone 51.W Cor. Cherry & Tenth Sts.BuilJ .
very soon. We can hardly wait gram in Bradford but all was of'no

for this very fine service and add- avail. Scoutmaster Holly has I s 4'ar

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor ed convenience for our summer I asked that your editor make a

program. Lets give Mr. BishopJr. special appeal to all parents and / / litters with
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town a rousing vote of thanks and friends of Scouts to join hands stronger

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 the telephone may be installed I with him and revive the program.We .

sooner than we think. would like to see a strong i RSDfRDSB* "early nutrition"

Sunday Sermons Adult Class To Meet group of Cub Scouts, '
: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Brownies'l J
The Adult Class will meet on Girl Scouts and Boy I

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M.. Thursday: June 9, at 8 p. m. at group, all organized without aj I "Molly, let's modernize the home riods Early call critical for extra growth nutrient per

R. J. E. A refreshing pro restricted charter. If build litters.Red
Midweek Service very we are to do| to stronger
Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. gram is being planned for all per-,;this it will take, hard work and a j J aMt and buy a new York air conditioner Rose fit Starter PelleU nutrition"uppta -
tha "early
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at sons who would like to attend. If small amount of money. Read this w with essential growth nutri-

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. you have not enrolled now is the,!paper next week for a direct ap- from CIL1S. C. SHEP- cafe, including Vitamin Ba
time to do so. We will need to :proach to the solution of this { and antibiotic.
know how many books to order 'problem from Scout master Aaron CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON tj Red Roee Pit Starter Pet-
let and other Red Roe Pit
and what studies you will want.'. Holly. IIERll"t
Feed tcifnlificatly
about this r tx are compounded -
Please help us to complete the I We cannot and must not let .a question to help overcome
plans for the program by comingto program of this high order t I growth setback and runti-
1 well
keep pig
these preliminary meetings.:The I completely out of the picture in Our office money and securi- neat conditioned for viforoui,

VIVALGADARA meetings will' not last more than Bradford County. Summer is the ties could be burglarized, rob profitable weight gains For

one hour. On Tuesday, June 14, time when we should really havea I bed inside or outside the of.j more Red pork Roee.profit feed your

the class will be, conducted by camping program on for these fice, destroyed by fire, taken pigs

Elizabeth Givens, teacher of Spe children. LETS BE UP AND DOING by employees, or could just
at R. J. E. schooLTeachers I
cial Education ACHIEVING AND PURSU- ,
plain disappear. Would in-
To Attend Summer School ING. \
BAPTIST The following teachers of Brad Little Talbot Beach Trip surance to cover all such

ford County will attend summer losses cost as little as $23

Water-oak per year?

CHURCH (Lake Geneva) 'a Beach trip. Principal M. E.

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S \Roberts, steered the group to a
I very delightful day on the beach.
STARTING Many of the patrons and friendsof i
I Charley E. Johns
the school were in attendanceand I Automatic
Monday June 13 defrosting
FRIGIDAIREMade all reported a delightful trip.

only by General I & Son AgencyPhone
All other YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- I t
Motors ,
il as,:, BEGINS SONG SERVICE Electric Corp.Refrigerators- are brook purse-size fountain pens in 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. and a fezer that-fezes !Itr

7:30 P.M. made by other companiesand pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad-

cannot use the word ford County Telegraph. _
-- --- --- -
r Rev. Barney Andrews Fricidaire.

: Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE *** !
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City Council AskedTo I Clair to 10th; 7th, east from Sin
County i
SPORTSInterest Surface Streets II clair to bridge; South east of

Park to canal; Park Place. south

BALL 4 \Water Holes I Petitions asking that a numberof [from Madison to Orange; Chuu-h!
t streets in
Starke be hard
__ ( surfaced -|,S: ith from Nona to Laurel: Laurel!,
were presented to the City .
Is Shown I Gainesville Beats I Council from Church to Water; Street b
I by City Cerk Carl Johns j )

In Softball Plans Legion Ball Team MEET Hit By Members !during a meeting at City Hall' W. O. Collins from Orange to

Tuesday night. The Council discussed Pratt; Bay, north from Call to

to be reviving Despite a well! pitched three- I the matter but did not'Center Lake
Interest seems A ; from Center to
controversy in the
hitter Edwin Johns, the Starke take
by any immediate action.
in softball. American Legion Baseball team SAID Jlsnday meeting of the Board of I I Pratt; llth. from Temple Ave to
Two of the top-flight players Gainesville County Commissioners rt'sultedI Following is a list of the streets: N. Thompson: Walnut, north from
close the
of Bradford County in recent dropped a one to I Adams. south of Lafayette; 10th to llth
team. A two work orders issued by I ; South. from Mon-
Junior triple
years Bill Epps and Vic Frees; Legion Commissioner i Clark, north of 8th to 10th; Myrtle roe to Bav '
; Carl Cherry
and double back to back by the p Prevatt were I north from
and Madison
have interest to
expressed Lafayette: 10th two blocks
attacked by Chairman H. ; Eleventh. from
Gainesville team in the sixth shoved wa A.j!
being made to organize and Cypress from Myrtle west two
are Johns Bishop Jr. and Commissioner E. L.' Cherry t() Church: Pine. north to
independent team which will be of across the winning runs. Crawford. blocks t,) end: Thomas. from St. Reba in Reno
and Curtis McGee led the Starke
high enough caliber to draw some
hitting attack. The two jobs which stirred up. '- .- _.. _
of the faster teams of Jackson-
The team practices the debate were water holes dug j
Legion every
ville. Ocala and Gainesville to
Starke. Monday evening under the lights, I on lands of Willie Griffis and i: \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

Players who are interested in and games are scheduled every Bryant Reddish, both near Law

trying out for such of team are Tuesday and Thursday night. Thisweek's About 20 of 87 high school boys GIANT SCOUTS Herb Thomas and, Dale Alexander (right foregroundwith tey. The work orders called for '
who turned out for Stark'e's two- (digging the water holes. with the
Thursday was called "Xe""ork" uniforms
game ) with
pictured of the 87
asked to contact Ray Stone at young I
Alvarez' Store. off because of the absence of day baseball camp definitely have baseball hopefuls uho poured Into Starke last \\eekend from all parts (understanding that the county hada &!I/THf

Coach Leonard Register who is professional possibilities, accordingto of Florida for the annual N. Y. Giants' try-out Seven right to the excavated soil. I

attending the coaching clinic. Herb Thomas and Dale Alex-| camp. )'oungp"d't'rs I Bishop said that under the circumstances ;
were feigned, and
se\en more were given contracts for spring
S-P-O.R-T-I.N.G ander. training: at Melbourne. the county should at I
Mrs. Lena W. Kersey The.two declared the tryoutsand I I I. J I least get an easement, giving it .

the baseball school, both held I II I 4 ;' .&, (W-b., t title and the right of access to ,

Dies After Illness last l weekend were unqualified.I[ Winners and then gave way to the soil

successes. Plans are afoot for aeeklong I Bethea, Hohne and Mcllvain.
"We have -
plenty of road work J-
Funeral services for Mrs. Lena w session next year. Wheeler fanned seven. The win- I TELEVISIONSales
to do
i without
Woods Kersey, 59, were held Wednesday Thomas, who is affiliated with ners banged out a total of 12 hits pushing water I ZENITH 17"
holes .95
Bishop stated, and added, Eianston T1811U 159 ..., ,
in the Church of God with the New York Giants, said seven! with Jerry Carswell of Green -----
i ijp "I'd like to see us all stop all of
the Rev. L. F. Williams officiating. or eight of the players will be offered Cove Springs getting two, one a this private work. I had two requests -I' When Your TV Need
Burial was in Dyal Cemetery. contracts. Since the. contracts double in the seventh.
By DAN the FAN for water holes in my district Sen ice Call 166 and Service
Mrs. Kersey, the wife of G. Lee. depend on exact graduation For Paxon, Buddy Ennis had
which I
turned down, and csrsspflsSflSsflrssS=SSflSp .
Kersey of Starke. died at her residence from high school, the names I I three for three to lead the attack. i ii fls-sflfl fl ass. a
we quit one, let's quit them I 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida
Coach Len Register BHS Football ,
near Starke Monday night were I i i Thomas and Alexander put 26 ;all." j :

Coach, this week is attendingthe following an illness of several Thomas said some of the. boys boys into the line-up, some coming I I However I -
i ,
was difference j :
a -r
Coaching Clinic on the FSU i months. will be observed during the summer -{from as far away as Tampa, Daytona 01' i -J
opinion on the
I subject. After ,
campus in Tallahassee. Many of I She was a native and life-long, and some will be invited to [ Beach, and Titusville, in order I i

the top names in football will be i 3 resident of Bradford County.:: She Melbourne when the Giants' Minor I|1 to get a look at the maximum: % !had Bishop greatly said the reduced work order the amount system i' Sell It Rent It Trade It

there to demonstrate their know! was a Baptist.Besides League Clubs begin training there. number of boys. of private work with'

how. Here's hoping that it will i her husband, she is survived Instructors for the school were Dewayne Elder, B.. H. S. shortstop I ment, Commissioner county equip- "j i
M. O. Harrell
fcelp the BHS eleven have another. by five daughters. Mrs. Bertha Alexander, Thomas and Shaw I played in the game five inn- said: WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

winning season next fall. Last Beck, Mrs. Hazel Casey, Mrs. I Buck. ings, three at second base, and

year's clinic, "Passing Fancy" Willa Mae Bryant and Mrs. Margie The baseball sessions concluded I two at shortstop. Elder singledand 'AL ; are"I worth don't two think the" work orders 'I' Low Rates Good Results Basy To Place

was attended by Coach J. C. I Schaefer, all of Starke; and Mrs. Saturday with a game between I I scored a run his first trip to cents. M) WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 5_

Hobbs. I Inez Anderson of Daytona Beach. the future Giant aspirants and 'the plate, walked the second time. Chairman Bishop again urged j EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

Scenes at the baseball try-out i iI I Five sons: Earl, Jimmie, Junior Paxon High of Jacksonville, with !I and flied out to left field the third all members of the Board to cooperate IMSrOIAT OP IS PER f.KNT: OV TWO OR MOHK I"SF.RTIn'

camp last week: Herb Thomas I,L. and George Kersey all of I II Paxon High taking a 8-4 trimming t I time up.Following. I JUST LIKE OLD TIMES! Herb! and work in harmony,

demonstrating to the youngsters I Starke; and Cecil Kersey of Panama j the game. a baibeque ''Thomas (left) and Dale Alexander,j stating that private work was :Se ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS Oil ADS !NOT PAID IV ADVANCEUEMORIAMS !

the proper way to wear the base-I City. Starter Bob Wheeler of Titus-1 i for the players was held outdoorsnear In ho were team mates with Buffalo I costing the county thousands of I
ball uniform. Shaw Buck showing Five brothers: George Woods of ville went five innings for the the field. |in the International League back dollars, and that he didn't want 20c Per Line

the first sackers how to get extra,Bradenton, Luther Woods of Palat-I (ti in 1927-30, recall old times during'to see it result in a situation where (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

height by getting on top of the I ka, Harvey Woods of Hastings Hollingsworth Overseas la lull at the try-out camp here,a child in the county would be

bag and jumping from there. Dale I Percie Woods of Branford and!! I l last ueekend. Alexander later led enied hospital care for lack of I.U-RNISHED norsE For Rent WANTED TO RENT--on Kingsley

Alexander emphasizing that for I I Walter Woods of Starke. \I Rites Held HereFrank r !the American League two years:funds. :Martin's Fruit Stand. ItchgOU Lake ished two or three bedroom furn .
I house
every boy not willing tp put out Three sisters: Mrs. Sarah Brown I .. Jin hitting, and Thomas established I;. RE Furnishe to get to the top, there are at I i o f.Starke, Mrs. Lottie McCellan of, ''a fielding record a* second base- Attempt Retrial apartments. Also cottage.Exc'U..nt .
desirable location close
least a hundred that are willing.I'Tampa and Mrs. Hettie Conner of C. Hollingsworth, a Bradford tk* ,man with Buffalo. Both are now I I in. \V. H. N'ollman. 201 W. Madison >,hed upstairs OR SALE-TWO apartments furni -

The new gym is not yet ready I Branford.. County real estate broker for t, [scouting for the New York Giants. On Shine tfchg store Lawrence Blvd. at K.tune and..\..
I <
for basketball but basketball Pallbearers were 0. 1... Brown, 40 years, died in a Jacksonville ChargeMotion i Box Heights.1003. .Starke Ben "Sarge", P1k. Su'sIIW -

workouts and instruction will be I:M. D. Burney Buddy Harris, Clarence hospital last Friday night after an [New Industry's URADFORD COUNTY 31"1111 c/?

held by Hugh Ingram during the:I Moore, George W. Ellis and extended illness. I for a new trial for REAL ESTATE FOR RENT-:-Garage apartment

summer program of the Bradford I Lacy Brown. Funeral services were held in I !Survey Started Herbert Prescott, found guilty on Home newly Appliances furnished, Inquire Gay's

County School System at. the clay I I the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in I a moonshine charge several weeks FOR SALE I 21 Madison atchg St.t/io Ph.

oourts' that are available. Starke Saturday with the.Rev.. ago, was filed this week by his .
Heart Illness Takes North Of nE-CAST SEPTIC
Following the. example of the Lewis D. Haines officiating. Burial' f attorney Mack Futch, in County Former Iluotrr IIr..... Studio brick I II. n. Hamilton and, In8tal1atio 34-

New York Giants here in Starke'Life Of Mr. McKinney was in Crosby Lake Cemetery.Mr. Possibilities of Bradford County i Judge T. A. Yawn's court. MrrrtK building' In rorurr!Stark Call' and oxide Chrrrr' dl- Starke Cherry St. or 1'. O.- Box 4tpU 1108.
last week' the Brooklyn Dodgersare Hollingsworth, 58, was the I acquiring a new industry came a At press time, Judge Yawn had mrnoluuH' approximately 54 ft. by
I C. M. (Charlie) McKinney, 72, 33 ft. Ideal' for commercial' FOR SALE OR RENT
pnrpooeN -Three bed-
at Vero yet ruled I .
of Gilbert H. and Ida Hollings- the
holding a try-out camp son 'step closer this week as surveyor on motion. and rraxonabl' priced' for room home with lakefront. toeated
Beach next week. .died of a heart attack at his home worth. His grandfather, Dr. William I i L)(. C. McMillan Tuesday started I If it is denied, Prescott will quick<< ale.'. 1% miles North Keystone-

All) coaches and instructors at I I,I on Route One, Starke, early Thursday Hollingsworth, was a pioneer 1 1I 1I 1 I I work on a tract of land north of then be sentenced. If it is granted, Two bed' room home' on lot 105: Rollinlrer.Heightg Phone Starke 108. Dr lip

the .try-out camp had one bit of morning. Funeral services will settler in Bradford County.Mr. -I !I Starke. j Prescott will be given a new trial. ft I 250 ft fat-laic<< pated' afreetIn
!be held Sunday afternoon at 3'clock Mar".. Priced' at $5,000.00. FOR SALE-Log cabin house o'n (
advice above all to the youngsters,,I Hollingsworth, born in Bradford :i Paul Parker of the C. W. However if the motion is denied liberal' term' lid. of land on Keystone Heights'
"Finish your education." o at the graveside in Mc- County, owned and operated ."i' I' er Amusement Co. park-I then the case can be { ion: the third house across
with KR track at
Till next week, if you can't playa Kinney Cemetery with DeWitt C. several retail businesses in Starke.At .. o. i-' .f I quarters in Iowa has ed, and in this event it appeal-I Two bed' room' modern 12 'bonne of' with land feet on Rd. 100.City Good Limits.terms Over Ben 300
.' a approximately aerea
Jones in charge of arrangements. k the "Sarge' Suslow
i iI
t"1eaat "DAN" Circuit Box
Court. 100J. Stark
spo be one.: the time of his death, he. operated : sizeable deposit on the 25-acre I. the City of Stark Barn and
"1" Mr.McKinney was born in Lake ...(7- I forage aoonen.. Land Ideal' for Iteng 6/17
the Strout Realty Agency.He tract Judge Yawn stated that
'II; Butler and was the son of the I now belonging to Julia Rini- the ttrnaluK or development' with lumBER STAMPS made
79 Bradford School late Alfred and Fanny was a Methodist and a mem Lt. Pat McGriff left recentlyfor cella. case against Arnett Thompkins r more. V than 301. IS.Attractive feet' fro.tIDg.a term to daters, numberers. notary order seals,

Seniors Get Degrees He spent most of his McKinney.b on er of the Chamber of Commerce, a year's duty in Korea after I Parker plans to develop an Lawtey negro. involving two alleged reliable' parckaner.For Telegraph facsimile stamps.* Bradford County jj

the Elks Club and the Lions.Club. spending three weeks' leave in amusement park I liquor violations will be
farm Starke. equipment
(Continued from Page 1)) near assembly tried soon: after the these' and other bargain In 2% PAID ON SAVINGS
condemnationtrials KEYSTONE
Starke at the home of his -
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. He is survived by two daughters parents, : plant employing 60 mechanics real' etitate' rail A. J. Thonia or STATE BANK KEYSTONE
ces Caldwell Judy Casey BarbaraColley Elizabeth Moody McKinney; two Mrs. James L. Hair of Lake Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff. He at the outset. The site is on the I in Circuit Court are over. "'. B. Se"ell' Heglntered' HealOtnle HEIGHTS, FLA., MEMBER --
He said Broker' FTH('.
. Zack Crawford Frances sons, Roy McKinney, Starke, and City and Miss Penny Hollings recently completed a fourmonthscourse ,Lawtey highway, about three a driving while intoxicated -

Douglas, Lavonne Duncan, De-"Laurie McKinney, Whitehouse; worth of Starke; one son, James in Adjustment and Procurement 'miles from Starke, and is access- case against Thompkins will :325: Temple' Ate' Telephone' 383 LBT ... D. ODOM. JR

wayne Elder. Robert Filce Tom. four daughters Mrs. Jim Thomas, F. Hollingsworth of Laurens S. C.; at an Air Base in Wyoming, able to both truck and rail trans-j be tried at the same time Starke', Fla. CATTLE HANDLE AND YOITH HOGS

my Frith. Richard Forsythe. Gary, Lake Butler; Mrs. Ira Wilson, one grandson and one granddaughter. and on his new assignment will be I portation. ., SALES _
( attached to the 5th Air .. .. .. F'OFt KENT-Two three-room furn- 1.1..Ollk EachVrdnridir
Garner Eugene Garner Monroe Starke; Mrs. Lester Slade, Hampton Wing. j, According to Mrs. Marion Howe,; ished apartments 403 N. Walnut. GalB"1'lI1e Each Friday

Gaskins, Sharon Green. Doyle I ; and Mrs. Claude Prevatt,, Chamber of Commerce secretary Wash Your Clothes Phone 171-J. Ztchg 6/10 tt

Griffis, Jeanette Green, Clyde Starke; one brother, Lee McKinney -i Cancer Loan Closet Firemen Called development of the site has been 'On SALE-Red Puerto Rico Po-
Criffis. Chattahoochee sister 1 tatoe vines from improved seed FOR SALE
; one pending completion of the land 9 Pounds

More Listed Mrs. W. E. Edmondson. Sanfordj; I I Inaugurated By BSPA To Minor Fires sale. The sale could not be completed -! 1 potatoes.weeks. H. H.Ready Lewis.in couple 3tp 6/17 of SLAG ROCK

Dvedia Griffis, Estelle Green 17 grandchildren, and seven great until'a survey and abstract: I For 40c! |;
"Cancer Loan Closet" for|
[inghley Lake Home For SaleTelephone -
Griffis. Jackie Hersey,
Donald Ray grandchildren. were, finished.
Bradford County cancer patients) The Starke Fire I 171-J. Starke. Excellent for Drivewaysand
Margaret Hersey, Milton Hicks, Department McMillan said the survey is FREE Bleach If Desired! 2tchg 6/10
i is this year's special project for was called out four times in the Parkways
Helen Howe, j
Hicks Eugene
Funeral In Tampa underway but that it will take
I Beta Sigma Phi. past week to quinch minor blazes,
Robert several
days., Electric Motors $3.00 Per YardIn
Jackson Sidney Jackson, Freddie I Held For MusgroveFinal I The project was inaugurated to I two of them near Bradford County

Johns, Warren Johns, Louise Johnson i help furnish cancer patients with" High School. j Starke's We Will REWOUND AND 5 Yard Lets

rites for Harold V. Mus- ,clothing and bedding necessary for 1 Fire Chief D. W. Cigarette
D. A. Judd Jr., Stephen Kelly,; Carpenter SERVICEDSmall Call
Wendell Kell '. I grave, director of the Salvation r l long illnesses. I:said the Department put out a''!Income Takes Drop Dry Your Clothes BILLY JACKSON

James Lawson Patricia Lawson ','Army Camp near Keystone Heights J I The business women's sorority t ivoods fire at Lake and 11th! For 20cIn Appliance Repair -

loanna Lee. Jack Lefevers, Barba- I were held in Tampa Saturday.I requests contributions of shirts, Streets, back of the school, June)! Starke's income from cigarette I Phone 165

a McComb Clifford Martin, Paul Mr.' Musgrave, 39 died suddenly I g.! owns, bedding or any material':2. No houses were threatened. I taxes collected during April 1955 New Automatic Driers! General Machine Work

Vfagyari. Kenneth Mott, Bryan!June 1. He was born in Canada i suitable for conversion into pads. Last Friday, the Department took a dip of several hundred I RADIOS REPAIRED

Vewcomb, ,Donald Newmans,I and served with the Canadian The sorority has established an 1 vas called to the school's almost dollars as compared with the All Work Guaranteed* All Make All Model'

Barbara Prevatt, Wallace Rivers, i;Army in World War II. I(ffice above the office of Dr. I c:ompleted gymnasium, where a amount collected last April. *ea.oaabl, charge. C. SHEPHERD. tTBaraBtec4CHAS.

Shirley Cottle Moore, Orpha June i Capt. J. D. Needham officiated 'Pommy Ritch. Contributions can 1,vheelbarrow filled with sawdust A check for $2,790.82 received Reasonable Rates 'M W ".II.f .,.rtr. Ft. tiM

Sapp. John Simmons. at funeral services in the Tampa 1 be turned over to' the project'sochairmen. 1 vas in flames. The wheelbarrow this week by City Clerk Carl Johns The Washeteria 0 POWER MOWERS For Rt and

Sue Siprelle Townsend Strick- Salvation Army Citadel. Inter- c Mrs. Robert Firth 1 vas destroyed. ,represents Starke's share of cigarette Sale.Ve service what' we selL
ment was in Tampa. DeWitt C. :!md Mrs. Gene Long, to Mrs. taxes collected by the State RED SEAL Tiny's Service Station Temple
land, Donald Slade, JoAnne Smith Late Monday afternoon, the De- : temple Ave. Stark Ave. tfchg
Betty Jean Teston Shirley Tomlin- 'Jones: was in charge of local ar t]Martha Yancey, president of Beta I p artment put out flames on an :Beverage Dept. during April. The ELECTRIC & MACHINE I

son, Edmond Tenly, Bernice I! rangements. I igma Phi.Council. isphalt distributor near Tuck's'sum was $3,026.93 for the same "" -.' ___ \.t_ __I.'_. : J BULL-DOZING FILL
Mr. Musgrave is survived by his j month last year. SHOPF.
Thomas, J. R. Underhill Jimmy i i, at)rive Inn south of town. The dis- DIRT LAND CLEARINGOyster

Weldon, Martha Winkler, Gladys wife, Doris Squires, Musgrave of of1'>', On ributor was near the equipment I, -- -- .-- .--- -. I
Warpaths -- -- --- -
Williamson Starke; a son, Fred Musgrave ; W. ORAUDONOwner Shell Peat Humus
Williamson Virginia ,
I torage; area used by road con-
Hollis V. Knight Jr I Starke; parents, Arthur and Ann I After Loose Canines t t ractors. FATHER! DAY JUNE 19 Manager Bldg. Sand- Paving Driveways
Kilbourne Musgrave of Toronto ---
a'' Firemen were called late Wed- 106 Washington St-Pbone 391 1
Acting on complaints
Canada; a brother. George, and a I'
FFA Elects New 1 tesday to the Saratoga Heights Starke, Fla. OVID LEWISW.
sister Mrs. Hilda Brooker both I lumber of stray dogs are roam- BULOVA

Slate Of Officers j of Toronto. i i ng around Starke, the City Coun- I tome of Mrs. C. W. Colson to r OR S.\LE-New S x 8 x 16 Con- Madison St. Starke
e:xtinguish a blazing pan of grease. 18c. Cement 1.40 PIL S56-W !
SELF crete block.
I Bad Check c:il Tuesday night voted to re- WINDING WATCH
; None of the calls lasted longer per bag. Mortar Mix 11.25 per
Roman Alvarez elected lire catcher $3
was a city dog on a bag. Bradford Engineering Co.
I Man In JailThe I t;han 30 minutes. 94. Starke. tf WANTED-Graduate Nurse for
Lodge phone
president of the Bradford Chapter J per dog fee basis. $3.00 Per Week floor duty. 3 to 11 shift. Doctors

Future Farmers of America at the!I County sanitarian Jack Tra- FAT OR SALE-14 foot boat (new) Hospital. tfchg
long arm of the law reachedout with lOhp moter remote I
school Gets 60 equipped
last meeting of the year, atJ Negro Days FOR RENT
wick advised the Council that control windshield. wheel and -Nicely furnished four
26. Other! last week and brought a man i I Cola room houce.! Clean and recently
held Coca
Tuesday night, May DAHMER'S trailer $500. Inquire at .
'back from Great Barrington, Mass., 1 t the present time a local man bitten On Assault Charge Co. or Phone 1. 2tp "10OX'T painted inside. Rent to adults .
officers elected at this time ,
new only or couple with infant. Mrs. E. 1
vere: Billy Gaskins, vice president; I'to face charges in Starke. by a dog is under treatment j .- -. D MISS Startling Tire Sale J. Dowling, Sr., 537 W. Call St. or

Glen The man Floyd Cason, a beauty for rabies, as a precautionary'measure Willie Turner, ,Lawtey negro, -- -- .- -- .- -- -- -- al Seymour's 66 Service Station. rail m-J Itrhg
Paul secretary
; 'was sentenced to 60 days in the Up
parlor attendant formerly of Plant after laboratory diagnojsis _-.. .WAITRESS ANTED-Expf'rlenced..
treasurer : :
.. rawford, ; Rudolph Sapp, : -
'county jail Monday by County F'i- B. & G. Truck Restaurant.
stallion, 7%
taken "doubtful. Shetland
City, was .into custody by termed the case j I' F'OR SALE--
and Jackie senti 'all
reporter; tfehgFOR
Judge Theron A. Yawn on an assault JTH. brown. 41 in., gentle, wondErful -
the sherifrs office on affidavitof A city ordinance regulates the : dii-poMtion safe for chil-
nel.The and battery charge. $300. SALE-Building Lots on Bland-
Mrs. Mural Gardner. dren. Thorobred. not reg.
chapter voted to hold a keeping of pets, strictly forbids, R: & G Truck Stop. Hiway: i ing Road. Vt mile from City Limit -
weiner roast soon at Kingsley; the Lady Fair Beauty Salon, owners to allow dogs to run at Turner was found guilty of cutting NOTICE 301 Inquire Starke. ph. 9116-J. Itp"OR *. $300 to $600, size 100 x 200.
Mrs. L. !f. Clark. Rt. 1, Box 440
Evelyn Scott, witha (
Lake Dead End Beach. It was i The charge was issuing a worthless large and provides punishment|j' negress } SALE- ,ordlon. 120 bass Recent Rd., left of Call St. .
i check for in 1953. knife on Sunday afternoon at bridge 1 mile. tfch
$250 late
also decided to hold meetings the for non-observance. all plastic. $395 when new used
Mrs. Gardner said Cason worked I the old "Doctor" Abraham place, about S months. $250 on terms of .
each month during tl Small Furnished for
last Thursday in apartment
I Also
!O $NO cash.
,for her that she ;l located northwest of Lawtey on a $ per mo. or Rent. Middle aged couple single
at time and endorsed Collected I STROUT REALTY milk goat 2nd freshening, 3 to 4 or
the summer. 'Gas Tax
the check for him. It proved II I road leading off the Rosier Road. quart milker. $ O.-Mrs. Robertodd : lady. 403 S. Thompson St.2tp (/!'

to be worthless, and she had to By Local Dealers Recently, Turner had been questioned I D) Keystone Heiehts. Itp DON'T :MISS Startling Tire Sale

make good for it at the bank. regarding the "Black Bottorn" F"OR SALE:-Practically new GE: at Seymour's 66 Service Station.

vy. c. T. o.LlQl'Oli Cason is in the county jail. Shows Big GainState I killing, in which Joe King, Has Moved To New Address apartment. Tall size 376-J.range and refrigerator Itchg"OR HOPSE TRAILER ltrSPRTANETTE

: IS A STIMULANT.IT Lawtey negro, was slain. Turner : For Sale-Excellent reasonable. H.condition Laird,,
Comptroller Ray E. Green, I F RENT:-2-story house on very t
had claimed
STIMULATES: Four Drivers newspaper accountsof South St. Modern 2-bedroom Keystone Heights, phone 2661.
!reports that gasoline dealers paid
IDLENESL At The Home 2tplT
STIMULATES the crime were all wrong.He I house on Temple Ave.' In Starke.A. I
IT L to his office in I
J29,684.69 May J Thorna ph. 33 Itcng
Penalized Here
IT STIMULATES TilE COARSE was released with an ad- FOR SALE-Boy's: 24 in. bicycle,
for the 7 cents per gallon tax on ; f: good c Small red leather zipper
AND SMOTHERS: TilE FIXE. their sales of monition by Judge Yawn to be- orxn:- Set. 2 swings glide ride, 112.50. '
Four Bradford County automo April gasoline inj i hag containing child's clothing)
have himself in the future. MRS JOHN HANSEN Inquire B & G Truck Stop Hlway
IT STIMULATES INSANITY. I Owner may claim bj calling at I'
Bradford County which totalled .
bile drivers were penalized by the ( itv Hall. Ito; !sol '''rkf' T>h !118-J Itp
of Public Safety Tallahassee 424,067 gallons. He distributed
STRUCTION. ; during the first three $12,479.43 of this tax for road)Seedling Nursery I On u. S. Highway 301 'OR frontage SALE-on-2 Hiway building 100.lots 2 ml, 100 north ft. "TED-Home little kittens1. Wouldn't(or 5 you playful like i!
IT STUIl'L..TF.CCIDE."T.;; I. I one? Contact 11rs."r.. H. Nollman. ,
IT STIMULATES FAILURE. months of this year, according toj I bonds or road building purposes in j Dedicated May 29 j! E fOr Keystone James. Heights.-Mrs. Chas.Itp; Starke. Iti-hg :

a report made. public this week. this county. .

COD SAYS"WINE DRINK IS IS A I I The drivers and the action taken j Sales of gasoline in the entire A seven-million seedling pine!! Approximately 5'/2 Miles South OR SALE--Late model Cub Farm- SALESLADY& Sunday Must TED-SaturdaY he experienced. ,

MOCKER, STRONG follow: '!state totaled 107,525,720 gallons'tree was dedicated at'' all tractor. power lift turning: Good pay. Nicks Fruit Stand. '
nursery i
I plow, mower disc, planter. cultivator
Starke ..- James Austin Bell 3rd, in April, and the tax collected wasi,526,8oo.41. I Yulee May 29 in a ceremony that & sweepT $800. InquireR ,, .,
DECEIVED THEREBY IS NOTWISE. i suspended; Iris Crews WilliamsJ1ceIled $ This is approximately [marked another step in the long-I OfStarkeItiJ & (i Truck Stop. Hiway 301. nE 3-bedroom furnishedhouse. :
." I ph. 9116-J. ItpOR Attic fan. 'all Mrs. R. E. !
PROVERBS 20:1I'FLIA'SIIII' ). ''\ : Lawtev-Aaron Frank-i' $865,000 more than the range conservation program of Mundorff. phone 235-W. Itchg
( Frank same month last year, and F SALE:-3-room house and 10res ;
lin, revoked; Hampton represents I Rayonier Inc.. the chemical cellu-, .
BULLETIN a of land on Griffis Loop. FOR RENT- Furnished water
Elias Thomas, revoked. an increase of 13 per cent lose producer. -_-__: .rF-1.-- ._ -- l f Highway frontage. $1.500.-Eddie lights and-refrigerator.XlngslevCourt apt.
M Harper. Itp RFD 1. Box 320 2tp-J/17

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