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 15, 1956
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 Line

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.. -,- : """":-" Two XfgnH-s, mother and son from South Georgia The third \ictim of SaturdajS Sante IV River bridge collision on I S. 301 died in v five others

I .. .1'.- ; nift death in thU ('C'he\rol imolu'd in a thi, .Mercury (abote) a> officersaid he altrmptnl to pa.> in a no-pavting zone and S\L: ; Among the dead is David H:

hcad-im collision at the sante Fe Kiver Bridge struck an on-coming auto.I right, the body of ('harl.... Benjamin ( lun jM-n i.. O'Aer.s. 78. who police said ('"iI:i-e -
.., ; on I'. S. 301 at the Bradford County line. sprawled ocr the body of liii niotlur.BRADFORD KtJ. -It ,the accident by violating t'rossng no-
line. Owens was from

Youngstown, Ohio. and Oiaidi"Florida. !

Law Enforcement Also .killed were two Negroes

COUNTY TELEGRAPH Charles Benjamin Champ'n. .", <
laborer of Savannah. Ga. an :

Problems Talked his mother Beatrice Cnanipen 60
1'of Gasuskie Island Ga

I The accident was at S:36: a m

Official County Publication Established In 1879 !: on U. S. 301. directly on a concrete .
I Bradford And Starke Police Officers |I bridge over the Sante Ki-

| River, which marks the BradfoitiI
\ OLUME SEVENTY-SEVEN" STAKKF. t'WIUD.nuu.n', JUNE 15, 1956 M'MBKR .. ...n.1Pit" Hold Unprecedented Meet I Alachua county lines.

I !I Bridge Damaged

Finds Police i Water Coolers i,I An unprecedented meeting of all Bradford County and j The impact knocked out one

fS' Two Found Guilty :: Starke law enforcement officers was staged Monday night ; section of the bridge's railing

'_<:. ,ii i t I to exnlore avenues of cooperation and reconcile differences I and Road Department crew

THE HARD WAYMrs. TURN DEMON J:i! >between city and county. ,. worked on the Damage this week
'11): b ek1: : : Of Letting Minors I II I Principal policy makers on hand !J I Florida Highway Trooper C
If'" I! Law Enforcement were Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Musgrove said the accident ex',
Jimmy Moore went looking Have the water coolers been '
Addicts : : tarke Mayor W. T. (Billy) Jack- curred when David Owens, traveling
fJ for the city polk-e early Sun- spitting in your eye?
Inside Pool Halls 6m. north in a 1955 Mercury. attempted -
day morning and found them ai I I It's because of Starke's increased -, Briefs I Reddish initiated the meeting. i' to pass two other ear
:Madison and Walnut water pressure. The pressure ;,
: I lA week earlier at headed north. Traveling with him
the Starke
Weave"I -7\ the I; took when workmen cut
Damages stemming from a jump j '
!j A swooping raid led by Sheriff Bradford County law enforcement Council meeting. Jackson had was Celia Owens. 75, who suffeif -
meeting are likely to $600. in the city's new 250.000 gallon
f4 exceed
tI .
i P. D. Reddiri1 Tuesday night resulted underwent some close scrutiny -I voiced criticism about Starke f ed possible back internal ani
.r. j ,,.t 4,. Here's how it happened. i water tank early this week. I Ii policemen -
I in conviction of two Starke ; during Monday's jointm..tin head injuries in the wreck.
routine arrests
f Mrs. Moore, wife of a local gas i City Clerk Carl Johns said the iI making :
Sordid \ .1 oline station taking I pool hall operators for letting had increased from 40 to j of county and city offi the sheriff's office. j Musgrove said Owens had al-
operator. was pressure j ,
: I minors on the premises. t j jI I' cers. Here are some of the revel most cleared the last he
: car wa-
I her baby sitter home about !I t53 I pounds per square inch. The ations. Honest Differences I
1 a. m. when the two spotted a I;I Frank McKinney, operator of : water coolers are outdoing themselves t Honest differences between the attempting to pass when he
Story While i the Recreation Hall and W. A.t, because of the increased I two men were sometimes appar-j I crashed head-on into the southbound
prowler. the baby sitter|
I [ Starke and
Law the
:; Bessent. operator of the Starke, I ley are cur- ent during the two hour discus- !:I Chevrolet driven by
: started phoning police, Mrs. j j pressure. J ii rent hotbeds of bootleggers.
J Billiard Parlor both sion. Charles Champen.
pleaded; guilty But the overall tone !
f I Moore searched for police in her Johns said the city is keeping Starke have as was
i and were sentenced to a $200 I may many as very moderate. I! Six In Car
Of Dope $ 1956 Pontiac. 1 the old water tank, near the power eight or ten at work. There is
l fine or 60 days in jail. i Five
.Meanwhile. City Policeman E.i plant, full of water so there'llbe j possibility of one operation outside !I The talks ranged from the possibility -| of Champen's family and
i IF Miles was tooling Starke's[ In sentencing the two men Wed- no danger of winds blowing it i the cities. 1 t I of race riot to the traffic |1 friends were in the car with him
nesday morning, T. I IStrict 'in ; Injured in this car were:
County Judge
I 1956 Ford police cruiser east on down. The city hopes to demol- ; moonshine. j
Torture % i Madison St., in answer to a call A. (Alex) Yawn warned the maximum ish the old tank but has delayed': search and seizure law?i I I Attending the meeting in the'I His wife, Helen. 32, possible,

i With him was Policeman I. V. penalty is $1,000 fine or 12 i because a $1,700 bid of the job ) make it difficult to clamp down sheriffs office were City AltorI -I head and internal injuries and
Anderson.The months in jail. lacerations of head, leg and hip
was too high.Burglar I on bootlegging. The best way is:I ney Arch Thomas Jr. and 11 law
a- 1 ; two came together at the;i' "I've been getting a lot of complaints II I to induce an unknown outsider I I enforcement officers, including His son, Denny Lewis Roadway

__ ___ : I 'orner. The Moore's Pontiac has about this for the past six to make a "buy." Even if officers city Police Chief W. E. Thornton. 5. lacerations of face an $230 !:or eight weeks," said Yawn. "You Awarded I I General I II Claude Champen, 21, Savannah.
damage, the police cruiser'ssde I i j whiskey, they have to get areas of agreement ]
Aline .Morrissey! and George Gilbert Jr. Ga., lacerations
i of head,
is bashed in. perhaps $tOO both have been in business long, I a court order before seizing it: I I voiced during the meeting included : right
I worth. j'j'I enough to know the law prohibits j and making an arrest. these: i!, arm and right leg.
it off mind. Even after |
"You can't get stop 'I
your I
you I Geneva Miller 46,
j minors on the J Atlanta. Ga.
it stays with you a long time. You can't beat it with a I|I Accounts differ as to circumstances premises. I"I'm |. Prison Sentence I Will C06pt'rateI i[ broken left leg lacerations and

physical! cure. It's mental si kness. I wouldn't wish it on i ij ,1 surrounding the accident., tired of catching complaints I :;, Possibilities, of any race riot I 1)) City and county law enforcement contusions.
." .| Miles said he had a green light and shouldering responsibility -; i are remote. Sheriff P. D. Reddish officers will cooperate 100 I
anyone.: hand changing to yellow caution. his for what you're doing.i I In Circuit Court j: said Bradford Negroes are "oid I per cent on major crimes, riots Lived Briefly
Those are the words of a ideas in your head. You get where i I and Ambulance
siren and warning light on.Mrs. And if you're convicted again on settled folks" who once got and similar emergencies. I'I attendan found
some youth of 20. who spoke he sat respectfully -I you're willing to do anything. Moore said she had a I this charge, I'm going to award I rid of New Jersey outsiders who I 2) City officers will not serve ) the body of Charles Champensprawled
in soft tones as First Marijuana"First the maximum penalty." i j came down to agitate on race routine I over the body of his
for !
in the Brad- green light and the siren was not A two-time loser Wednesday warrants the sheriff's
on the side of a cot comes marijuana cigar- J matters. mother in the front
i seat the
ford County jail. etttesyou could get them a dollar going at the time of impact. Sheriff Reddish said he raided drew a five year sentence in Rai-j j i I has office. Sheriff Reddish said thin'I 1951 Chevrolet. They detected of a

They were the sentiments of an apiece from men on street the two establishments on Call I ford State Prison for breaking occurred only once in seven sign of life in Owens, but he died
acknowledge drug addict, who corners, cigar stores. First thing St. after receiving numerous com and entering a Starke gasoline !| State law makes it mighty years. I|I almost
faces the prospect of a 13 year you know you're mainlining' Quiet At Market plaints. Securing the cooperation j station. hard to handle juveniles legally 3) Sheriff Reddish will cease to ;, The immediately after.
I' collision
sentence for breaking into a injecting heroin right into veinsin of City Policemen Wilbur Griffin, Donald Lyons, 26, drew the defined as youngsters of 16 yearsor pay city policemen when they threw one of the
Starke prescription shop and our arm. C. Moore and E. F. Miles, he made'the 'j penalty in a Circuit Court sesj ,, under. They can't be arrested make arrests on cases which are i! cars against the second northbound -

makms off with drugs unfamiliar "It was a lark for the first Due To Weather'sEffect raid about 9 p.m. Tuesday. I j Sion. at which Judge John A. II. I II booked fingerprinted and they under the jurisdiction of county I! car' driven by Mrs Irene
cannot be and circuit courts. Vandenburgh of Madira Beach
to the common ear. three months. I Didn't realize' In Bessent's place, he found seven -!i Murphree of Gainesville presided. I jailed with regular jail I
Also involved is his 18-year-old until then that I was hooked-! boys under 21. Two under 21 It was the second conviction i i occupants Officers can only turn 4)) City policemen are under- 1 and containing* her two small

woman companion who echoed hooked but good. The craving On CropsThe were found in McKinney's place.] for Lyons. who March 15 had j juveniles over to parents for later paid and all hands agreed to sup- children. The 1956 Hudson was

his tale of reckless youthfulness.' is awful" I State law prohibits anyone under been released from West Virginia i appearance before County Judge port higher salaries. The current ; damaged but she an I T. pay scale for : were unhurt.Owens' .
unscrupulous dope peddlers and I Is dope hard to get in New 21 from playing in a pool hall or, State Penitentiary after a six Yawn or, in the case of from policemen ranges i i
infinite yearning for the medicine York? I State Farmers Markets at loitering on the premises. I year sentence for breaking and major offenses, get Yawn's per- $45 to $52.50 a week. !I car and Champen's auto

that cures all Ills.Their I "It 'didn't used to be. You I II II Starke and Brooker, .usually hot- Reddish said both establishments entering. mission to jail them. Yawn is The isrue of Reddish paying were total wrecks Mrs. Vandenburgh's -

Story I I I could get it in stores, on street I beds of activity at this time of had beer in iced boxes. If police | Unusual aspect of the Lyons: the county's juvenile officer. city policemen for their services car received $300 dam-
This is their story as they I corners. It cost $5 for I year. were surrounded had case I on Page 8) j| age. according to officers.
a paperof by a found beer being sold to minors :i was that he had induced
j All of the
tell it.Five. I I power. You mixed it with water strange and uncomfortable quiet the establishments would have a local 16-year-old boy to join I City policemen carry II I injure were admitted
years ago George Gilbert for a 'fix.' A fix would last this week. I,lost their state beer licenses. him in the burglary of WtlbertJohns' j j sheriffs cards, but deput'j Guard to the Bradford County
| Hospital.
Jr. was a kid attending high eight or ten hours. unless you'rehooked I The reason: a triple threat of I j I Starke Mayor W. T. (Billy Amoco Service Station in I sworn-in bonded deputies. Prepares !! of the two
were taken the
school in New York. His family bad. The city finally tightened drought, late cold. and damaging Jackson was in County Court dur- Starke.It of the cards ia to make the arrests Chestnut to
I Funeral Home
was respectable. His dad managedone up some. It's harder to get April winds that combined to legal when the offenses actually I in
ing developed that :
hearing. He offered thecity's Lyons and the For Gainesville while Owens' body
of New York's buildings. now. I make this the worst I come under county juris-! Summer Camp I
season, production cooperation to the sheriff juvenile hoped to net enough was sent to Youngstown by De-
None of his several brothers and: Took Treatment diction. Sheriff
wise, within the Reddish said the :
i memoryof and directed Police Chief W. E. from the burglary to make their j Witt C. Jones
sisters. all older, had been inj. ''I j i Once police booked George for local buyers and growers. i Thornton to keep check of pool way to New Orleans for a "newi I procedure is the same used when'I' I Starke. Funeral Home in
trouble. j. possession of narcotics The I he makes temporary deputies! i The Starke
Ralph Nettlea manager. said hall operation. start. I Guard will.
George was adept at ice skat cfiarge was dismissed but he underwent that of June 1 I I of poll watchers, or when he deputizes -I have one more weekend .I County Judge T. A (Alex
ing. A senior in high school he i three months hospital- as the Brooker j I He also suggested pool hall i The juvenile, after a hearing I some by-stander during prior to training I I Yawn said there would be no
took temporary leave to join an j] ization and a full year of treatment market was running about 23,000 I operators post "no minors allow- before County Judge T. A. Yawn. I emergencies.Law field training.embarking for Summer]I inquest since all the principals
1 packages short of the amount of ed" left in : Company Cmdr.
was the
ioe hockey team, which toured'Canada [ j signs on the premises I custody of the'Juvenile I Randal F I were dead.
produce handled last season. He Court. Chitty said this week. j
and other northern L i II George's problem was nothing!j said there would be a light volumeof I Jackson suggested one reason I!' j enforcement officers when The final training session will i
places new in New York. for minors in pool halls is the! Donald Franklin Slade who I be June H. C. Elrod Purchases
He was treated vegetables in the Brooker area ;' in "hot pursuit" of law violators j 16-17, he said. I
George never returned to"p in Riverside I lack of other recreational facili- ; had pleaded guilt to one count ] Most I
I I of the
Hospital a state in-
for about two more weeks. I[[ ran go anywhere to make arrests. training time will Furniture
school. ties. County Judge Yawn of a manslaughter charge was Dealership
I I'h..n stitution devoted said i be
solely to treatment The first car of watermelons I ; This authority extends even across i for camp preparation. ,
"'\\ I came back to New of drug addicts under 21. recreational ouUets may help but given a five-year probationary i I Many of the And Plans
was loaded from Brooker Monday, I I |I state lines as long as the sections, such as Expansion
York, all the old had chang "It he placed primary sentenced by Judge Murphee.
gang helped a lot but it wasn'tenough. and another two or three rolled on I officer keeps the suspect in sight. | automotive and small arms will ,
ed. There was something different ;' ." said George. from there the minor's parents.Bradford Slade was charged in the auto :; I spend time setting Harry C. Elrod. Palatka furni-
Wednesday. up shop vans
about them. I was curious. i, The cure didn't last. I death of Mrs. Hattie Lee 1lolton'on j I I for field ture dealer and bottled distributor
George Corn is "just about with I training week. About 21 gas -
It starts with gone" April 6 on U. S. 301 south of Local Health Staff
drinking. Guvs put (Continued I i : vehicles
on Page 8) the exception of 50 acres planted will be used during the this week bought out the
Starke. |' .
; late l Wade Eligible Visits Mental Unit Summer Driggers Furniture Store on
by Gaskins, which is encampment at Fort
City And County Lawtey To Report ir i I, now being marketed at a atrength-., Other cases disposed by Judge \ i iI I i iI Stewart, Ga., July 1-15. t. Court St.Elrod .

ened price of aroun4 $2 per bag. I I Murphree were: i I Dr. A. Y. Covington, Bradford.: Guardsmen also will repair such said he would expand

Officers MakeDangerous On Drunk DrivingThe I\ There was little demand for earl-, In New Soil PlanI, Mansell De Sue. Negro charged | County health officer and Mrs. items as binoculars, weapons, ve- the store's stock of furniture and

jier corn due to competition from'' with grand larceny, tw0 years (;I Arline McKnight, health nurse,. I hides and like equipment 1 I move the business to the new
CatchA other I t probation providing payment is >i were In Chattahoochee three Chitty urged Winkler
secions and it sold for daysi ; ,' young men interested building on Temple Ave
Lawtey City Council voted around $1.25.Through i ii i ij Tobacco farmers wishing to I made to Brownlee and Chasteen i this week studying problems of in Guard service to contact within the next month.

Negro man. armed to the last week to report cases of drunk- j June 11 the Starke ':participate in the federal govern-i' for $300 in stolen pecans | the mentally ill. I II I the unit this Saturday The unit He plans a public opening. under -

teeth with a shotgun and two en driving convictions to the De- market had handled only 3,096 i:iment's "soil bank" program were). Sam Brewton, Negro charged I The major branch of the Flor- ,I I expects to have 100 men and of- the new name of the Elrod

knives. gave city and county law partment of Public Safety at I bags and crates of corn. as compared Ii i wge this week to contact County with assault with intent to murder -i I ida State Mental Hospital is in i!| firers attend field training. i i Furniture Co., in the near future.

enforcement officials a few bad i Tallahassee.J i( with 8.222 at that date in Agent George T Huggins. in connection with the shooting I I I Chattahoochee. |j jj 1 II Warrant Officer A. L. Crosby Elrod has been in the furniture

moments last Friday. J 1955, and 48,633 in '54. | Under the program the govern- of James Robinson also col- j I Covington said the mental Jr. reported new enlistments in- business for the past 20 years
Two of the principals SheriffP After discussion of the matter Most growers are staking their:. ment pays farmers to divert land ored. three years probation. j I i study is to permit health officers elude Kenneth Green and Lewis He currently operates a furniture

D. Reddish and Ass't. Police I which involved three drivers convicted I hopes on pepper which has been 1 from such surplus crops as cotton I Clifford Moultrie, Negro to work closer with mental health; Griffis. He also said Lt. Billy D'i j I store and bottled gas concern in

Chief Riley Sweat admitted i of driving while intoxicat- .,, bringing an encouraging $5 aver- wheat, tobacco, peanuts. rice and---- I charged with assault with intent I authorities. The purpose is to i!i Dansby left June 5 for the Aberdeen -, Palatka. He will divide his time

they were "pretty excited" during j ed, the council put the question to 1.age. So far, 1.075 bushels of per- 1 eorn. Purpose of the program is ; to murder in connection with the I II help rehabilitate former mental. :I' Proving Ground, Md., where between his Palatka and Starke

the dangerous arrest. a vote and it passed. ,, per have been marketed at Starke 1 to reduce surplus production. I| shooting of Ulysses King, two'' patients who are sent home. i j he is attending a special course interests. but will remain in

Thinking it over in the County 1 I!' for an estimated return of 5375. Primary crop concerned in years probation. I He said Bradford has about 70 : until Sept. 14. Dansby is the!i Starke for the next few months.

Jail is Nathaniel Crummer. resi-! Chapter 322.25 of the Regula- Butter beans have been bring Bradford County is tobacco although i mental patients in state inntitu- unit's training officer. j I i Elrod also plans to operate a I

dent of North Temple Ave., who'tory I Traffic Laws of the Dept. of ing a fancy price of from $3.50 to some peanuts are grown.It I New Saratoga Houses j! tions. 1 1i Crosby said Guardsmen will be i i I bottled gas business in Starke.

is charged with carrying con : Public Safety, under the heading''' $5 per hamper but volume is does not apply to corn grownin J i paid about June 18 for their service ,

cealed weapon and intoxication. I of "When Court to Forward License ,. light, with only 282 hampers sold Bradford County Are Near Completion ;i Man Escapes Injury March through May. The !! Korean Vets EligibleFor
Sheriff Reddish said Crummer's ,, to Department and Report to date. I The payroll amounts to about 5600. .
disturbance was reported Friday 'I I Convictions" states: !1, Fifty-one hampers of early eggplant ':I culture announced S. Department this of Agri- Fifteen new homes in Saratoga i! In Lawtey Accident I Before final departure for summer I School Training

and Deputy Fate Brown investsated. !- "Every state or municipal court 'I brought $1.50 per hamper will week it Heights will be ready for occupancy -, I camp. the unit will hold one i

Crummer concealed in his I having jurisdiction over offenses !'Jon! the Starke market. Eggplant II I pound pay for a type rate 11-14 of 18 flue-cured cents a ,!! within 10 days Guy Andrews C. E. "Colonel" Norsworthy regular drill on June 25 ,j j II I I Ii I School Supervisor L. H. Gibson

house, threatened to shoot police ,.committed under this chapter. j i I acreage has been stepped up this i j I tobacco the type here. I of the Florida Realty Co. .I Lawtey area. escaped unhurt last | I this week advised Korean War
and kill his wife. :shall forward to the Department a I year and the harvest is just start- Huggins said grown I! said this week. i iI Saturday morning when the car Hull Infant Dies I III I I veterans that they may continue
Brown called the sheriff and record of all convictions." ing. :I. a few growers.whose 'I The realty firm is local agent I j I he was riding in was overturned: j i I i. their education training under

city police for reinforcements.. The laws also make it manda-I j i crop by production disease or faces weather reduction -i for Demetree Builders Inc. of on old Highway 13, just outside of 'II William BranUey Hull. three- !j I! Public Law 550.

While Chief Sweat argued with tory that every driver convicted I Firemen Called j have inquired about the Jacksonville, which constructed I the Lawtey city limits. month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. !j He said the program for World

Crammer at the front door. Reddish J of driving while intoxicated shall j If their application is program.j the houses. Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown in-1 Joel Hull. died of bronchial pneu-,'; War II veterans, under Public
slipped the side of the have his license revoked for i I I Andrews said four or five of vestigated the wreck, and"pressed .' monia last I
up to 1 one A grass fire at Redgraves and,, they can plow under surplus to- I! i i Thursday. Funeral Law 345, ends July 25. He said
door and grabbed the Negro. !year. I South Streets brought out the bacco. j 1 the new homes are completed. I I no charges. I i iI |i services were held Sunday after- this had led to the misunderstanding
They said Crummer had a shot-:i In other business, a taxpayer I j Starke Fire Department I Several already are sold. I j On May 19 Norworthy was ar-I I i noon in Palatka. that Korean War vet-
gun and a pocketful of Shells, a told the group that certains boys afternoon. Friday I'I j' Huggins said he hoped to furnish -, He said Demetree plans to con- J rested,: by Lawtey Marshal D. B.i J I The infant's father was a Bradford I crane were affected.

knife and a bayonet He had fired '''in town were teasing his dogs, I Firemen fought the fire, which j he reminded more details next week. But struct more homes in SAratoga "Dick" Thomas on a charge of I j!i County High School coach for Courses in basic educational
the shotgun into of his and the I growers they must : Heights when work is completed driving while intoxicated found :
matter of
the floor telephones was was termed a "hot" one. for 35 several school years. The family i subjects for veterans have -
1 sign paralleled
necessary forms in his office those under
house. discussed on cor.struction guilty by Mayor Charles Shuford .iroved
again. mmut&j. 1 before to Melbourne carter this the usual Adult Program
participating. ,and fined $25. I I I month. I for several years.leqe .



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57525Z2525'L SZNORTH law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack PAGE TWO
rem.Jt' f; I:), 190C
editorialTeacher Tuten of Texas. They all attended -
Farmer's DiaryBy SIDE the graduation of Harold Mrs. Luther Hilliard. visited Mr. and Mr MiniWH -

Johnson their brother, in Madison Mr. and Mrs Fred Lanier vis.t- >J arsu Mrs John IP la 'k.*,.:>
f Sam McGarrey By Sirs. Oscar CarterHS2S2SZ525SS2SHSZS25Z5252S2S2S2S1 Monday night. ed relatIves In Georgia last Sun rifle There were .u< i>mp,in..1 .
Shortage Causing Mr. and Mr. Oscar Carter and day.Mr home b\' Ronnie who had sper.
M. D. Carter were guests Tuesday and Mis O .I Norman .week there wrh relati\r%
eration b\i: "Doc" Hamilton. He Don't forget the fellowship night of Mr and Mrs. John .
Serious Concern HereThe just about took the old gal all a- meeting at the church Friday Aguiar in Jacksonville .
part, and her innards were allover night June 22. A film will be Mrs. Howard Norman and t

lakes are beckoning and the Summer stu- the place for awhile But apparently shown, and there will be singingand Mary Frances spent Sunday with 1 f
he got them all back refreshments Everyone is her mother, Mrs. Carlos Rosier.
por i is upon us. It hardly seems time to discuss the
Bradford County school system. right for now Katrmka purrs welcome. in the Evergreen section. Robbins'SHIRT
just like a Cadillac. j
Poeand Mrs.
Haddock and The Jimmy Johnsons, Shirley
Regardless, the situation demands dit>cusMon-
Rev Milton Dukes
of Charleston Johnson, and the Jack Tu'en-,
hut bad. Have wondered as we saw Her S. here then-
enjoyed a fish fry and picnic at
The most astonishing fact is that 17 Bradford From the way it looks now, cules pushing fat-wood stumps way to Tampa. Rev. Haddock Cresent Lake last week. l

teachers are leaving the local system this year well go right on picking berries around the county, what they'lldo preached for us. Mrs. Fisher Gaskins was calle.i

for one reason or another. We estimate the turnover and here it is the middle of June when lighter stumps are gone. Mrs Johnny Cowart's father, to Texas last Saturday by the I!
is worse than it was in the newspaper business -- the latest crop we've ever had. Asked Pat Miller the other night, Mr. Padgett, is in Bradford Coun- serious illness of her sister.dir. !

a few years back, when itinerant printers When George Huggins visited us and supply he in said the they southern have states.a 50-year Sothat's ty Hospital. We wish him a and Mrs. Charlie Gaskin* BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT f fill !
stopped to work just long enough to stock up on while we were working them awhile speedy recovery attended Homecoming at RUSSIIIChurch .
one thing we to
red-eye wiskey. back, he said we'd be pick- about. Rev. Bullard and family were last Sunday I
Yet. in this flux and flow of teaching personnel ing late: and he sure was right. worry .. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Rev John Forsyth is confinedto '
,* Mrs. Dutch Harley. Doctors Hospital in Starke fut 1
we prayerfully hope Bradford children are Once again our pace is without The Jimmy Johnsons had as a few days. 1i
getting the proper education from competent Reports on the field corn water and we're so mad at guests last week his brother-in- Earl Denmark of Jacksonvillewas 1t i
hands. This is sorta like a man in deep water simply vary. One fellow who lives out Finnegan we'd like to knock him visiting the Oscar Carters + ins
trusting to fate rather than swimming to on Griffis Loop road said his in the head with a 24 inch wrench. Believe it or not, he was told ty last Saturday.Mr. ,
shore. crop looks good, while Floyd Wiggins We can go easy on the water, the processors that they got two and Mrs. John Aguiar and l
that out Brooker-New
What's the trouble? but we can't explain it to the and a half tons of lighter out Nancy of Jacksonville visited her {
River the
Bradford County School Superintendent Harmon way corn is firing. The cows, and we're just about bow- of it. mother. Mis. J. S. Norman, and
showers we've been here
getting .
salaries. legged (Sam-not Alice, of the Oscar Carters last
P. Morgan thinks it's a matter of have kept our place in pretty Saturday
course) from carrying water. Joysof No wonder Katrinka bounces Miss Frankie Wainwright of ,
The pay scale for a teacher with a college degree good shape.
ranges from $2,900: to $3,500 a year. living in the country hut oh back when she runs into one of Jacksonville is spending a whi!.> + .\ssortfd I

How does this compare statewide? Bradford Asked Jim Chasteen how the for that, with good no worries.old city water again those babies. with her uncle and aunt Mr and f : t Colors 1

ranks 17th from the bottom in pay scales among crops look this week. His reply .
Florida's 67 counties. It is hopelessly outclassedby summed up things pretty well Had our first mess of comb 14...,.._ ,
such counties as Broward, which offers $5,000, we thought: "The price is low
or Dade. which uses $4,530 as a drawing card on the stuff we've got and highon honey, with the compliments of w. Rom where I sit..bf Joe Marsh !
the things we're short of" Lloyd and Inez Green and we are
Bradford County. by and large, has plenty of i Sizes
Seems like is enjoying very much. Alice said
good teachers. Most are married women whose everyone getting j
tired of hearing the farmers this is the first comb honey she's 2 lg
lives are'o'en into the community. They are a 1
grumble That's tine perhaps, but had since she was a little girl ov 1.
valuable asset. To teaching is a pin-money
the fact the farmer tired of her grandfather's farm.
affair to secure luxuries. It's obvious they aren'tgetting the THINGS is HE'S GRUMBLING is Just the Facts, Ma'am! -
ABOUT! Heard a story the other night _
Yet. there is no inducement for new recruitsin that fertilizing a
proves pasture Having a red-hot crime wave in forms,"said Benson '"1 liru timethey've
Bradford's teaching ranks. An annual salaryof Got a kick out of hearing J. B. pays. This man put the astounding -
town. McGuire and Duck been turned in C
Specs A
$2.900 is puny reward for a youngster just White explaining to Lloyd Green total of 2.400 Ibs. of fertilizerout Very
completing four of college. and Foster Shi Hanson were caught taking money From I sit, we ought to
years Smith how he figures on an acre of grass but he
We're admitting a few will be sufficiently de- he can make more money by made several good cuttings of hay out of parking meters-again. I guard against accusing anyone of I
dicated to teaching that a sub-standard living buying calves and feeding them and sold it for $360. was at Police Headquarters when being"wrong" just because that'sa Large Selection
nice old lady rushed in to
than he the calf rethe way it look to us. For instance -
scale will not deter them. But a $2,900 salary will can by cow and
tend to draw teachers of two types: method. How these three love to From what we understand, port them. I've heard people talk To Choose
talk about cattle! blackeye: peas usually are scarce "It was dark but I saw their against a neighbor because they
(1)) Those who will answer the beckoning of the
faces in the flashlight beam "she didn't of his choice
and bring a higher price than approve
dollar always moving on for another $100 a
inducement. Wonder if other folks are no- Alabama Crowders. This year, it beverage! (They liked tea or FromROBBINS'
year ticing the large number of quail is just backward, with plenty of anybody these days!" something, while he preferred a
((2)) Those who are Incompetents, social misfits around these days. They are feed- blackeyes and no Crowders. She got flustered when Chief glass of beer.) Be sure you have a
and refugees from realism. ing a lot along the shoulders of Benson explained that Specs and case before you lay down the law.
The answer, then appears to be higher pay. the highways, and we've almost Although we've often wondered Buck are authorized collectors-

But Bradford County can't afford it. The state run over several.. how heavy those big lighter working nights after their regular Q"t tjtCa DEPT. STORE
Minimum Foundation Program requires the coun- stumps are it wasn't until this jobs. to get 'em uni- (;Ivv f ?
ty to put up $55,219: a year. This takes 11 tax Well, the patient is better now week that we learned that the I
mills a year. For school costs over and above the (we mean Katnnka, the tractor grand-daddy of them all was dug THE STORE OP VALUES"
state program, the School Board has levied eight and not) Ike) after her major op- out of Foster Shi Smith's place Copyright, 19jt}, lultd States Brewers Foundation f .

more mills. This year, it is expected to hike the

levy This to simply nine mills i isn't-enough or a total money.of 20 Last mills.year, for We Are Happy To Announce That We Have Received Another Shipment Of These Chrome Dinette Suites

example, funds were so tight that Bradford, spent

less for school maintenance than any other coun- At The Same Price And Will Pass This On To
ty in the stat Saving You. Hurry While They Last !

Raise the local millage over 20? That's impossible -
because it is prohibited by state law.

Indirectly raise more money by hiking assessments -
on local property? This would be highly
unpopular and have terrific political repercussions / /

on an innocent party, the Tax Assessor of
Bradford County. I I II
Lobby a statewide pay raise through the Leg-
islature? That will help Florida's overall pro- ,

blem, but it places Bradford in no better competitive -
position among the counties.
The situation isn't hopeless. A partial solution,
according to Superintendent Morgan, would be / 1 / 1 /
less restrictive state laws. Even if the county
could shift expenditures from one column to another -

it might help ease the pay problem. But i I
even this wouldn't solve the headache of 17 vacancies yt. f

in the one fell swoop.
Morgan has- another proposal. A canvass of

the community, he thinks, will reveal the numberof
housewives with four-year college degrees. ;
And a little appeal to civic duty might induce $4
some of them to teach in Bradford County, even rirc
if they have to brush up at a university school. [ $
The proposal has a multitude of advantages.
It will provide a stable supply of teachers. It will \
place children under supervision of careful and

caring hands.
The alternative appears to be continued em- #
ployment of "floaters" who follow the dollar or :

misfits who can't land a job elsewhere.
It's a pretty sad alternative. G

'Nothing Ever Happens '

Last week was a good one for the newspaper

business. : a
Bradford High got a new principal and bandmaster -
The City Council dwelled on who is getting -

a "lion's share" of City auto servicing business 1I
Bradford High awarded degrees to 94 sen I if 4-S.
iors. Landowners paid 99 19 per cent of their

taxes.A sprayer was put to annihilating Starke'smosquitoes I 0I

Authorities said another city gen-
erator is ready for use. The local Democratic
Committee warned= that Eisenhower might carry

Florida again. The new water tank neared read /
iness. There was even a good hot rumor that Howard -
Hughes might locate a multi-million dollar I 0 '
aircraft plant in the vicinity. 0 m
Add thee up. First there's progress-in the Also available es sketched above with SUPER
and electric\ SIZE 36" 72" TABLE and 6 CHAIRS (Sects 9 .
form of water tank. bug sprayers 10 or morel /
generator.Next .
: there's prosperity-with taxes paid up

to Toss the hilt.in a bit of controversy squabble about 5 D 1

city patronage and city-county police cooperation.
If not too severe it clears the air.

The week's news had its clement of change- iF 0 / .
the new principal and bandmaster.It .
needed dire foreboding-and the Democratic
Committee furnished this element with its warn-
ing about the l Republicans;
And we mustn't miss the element of pure E
B /
chance-that Hughes and his greenback lightning I v I 1 s /
might strike close by. tbe 1
Finally. there was optimism-the glorious freedom -
of 94 youngsters who at this moment are 1 f ,._
planning: futures to conquer the world.
Progress, prosperity controversy, change fore- + tS
boding, chance optimism. Who could ask more?

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tttttttttnrrrtrrtnttr. 1 I! Mr. and Mrs Dan Starling, and 9"?TTTTVTTTTYVV?CTTTTYT1 .: Mrs Arthur Pearce are visiting and :Mrs.: :Milton Mosherand He is the grandson of :\[1"nrl': -

LA\YTEY\ their sons and their families in HAMPTONB children moved last weekend Mrs. H D. May and Mrs Minnie

:Miami: this week. from their home on Highway 301 I Marcionny: of Hampton.

Donald Wilkison of Jacksonville to Eupora. Miss. The Moshers Mr and :Mrs: William F,"\\-::IT
Mr Mrs. IX E. Hill
By Joyce T. Putib !
visited the Bennett Wilkison I have made their home near and children of Lawtev and M-!

&..... & .iiiALA.at..aalMr. : family on Thursday of last week. I WWUVVULAULAWICOl'N(7L Hampton for several years while and Mrs. Albert Griffis and F I Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke Mr. Mosher was employed at ily of Starke were guests Sa'ui-'
and Mrs. G W. Roberts I OKAYS ST. LiG11TI I
I B T. Thomas Lumber Co. He is at barbecue at me
was the Sunday dinner guest of day: evening a M r W
visited Mr. Roberts' brothers Dr. ; her mother, Mrs. Mary Reddish.Mrs. CEMETERY TO BE ('Ua tn' to be employed in Eupora at the home of Mr. and Mrs J .\. W>.- i i Si -
Earl and Lonnie, and their fam- I A new street light and a decLs- !, Ford Tractor Co. 12
Joyce Futch and sons, I hams in Hampton.Mrs. .
ilies, at Jacksonville Beach on'i I ion to clean up the cemetery wer i: i Irk ; 345 6 7
Ralph and Benton, were shop Coun-i Mrs. Dick Williams and son Martha Lingle and Tummy MY + !0 I1 ;2 18
Sunday. approved by Hampton City I 13 14
in Jacksonville on Thursday Richard were to arrive in Hampton Holland of Lancaster, S. C 17 10
cil at its meeting Tuesday ] / 15 19
Among those on the sick list]1 regular 20 2122
Balboa Pan- 23
Thursday from mtrht
of last week. arrived in Hampton Sunday M 24
this week are Mrs. Perry Davis, night June 5. | Canal Zone where Mr.:: Wil- 25 26 27 28 i9
ama F-tilesv
Mrs. had as Sunday for a visit with theIan'in:: 30
Wilkinson, Henry The new street light will be'
Carlene an.!' Edw
liams is stationed with the U. S.
her son and daughter- Tommy is serving as pianist for
placed near the intersection of .
and Fonso Prevatt.Deepest inlawr.. and :Mrs.: Everett Bur- Frank I Army. :Mrs.: Williams and son will Vacation Bible School at the Baptist -
is extendedto Central Ave. and Pine St.
Sympathy of Jacksonville, and her stay in Hampton with her par- Church ,, CnclassifiedLO'AL
John ney Williams attended the meeting to I
the family of the late grandson. Bob Burney, who at- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Lee and':: 1
Bell. The Bells' son, graduatedfrom request the light.
tends college in Aurora, Ill. while attending summer schoolat children of Valdosta. Ga spent
arrangements are not
Bradford High School justa the University of Florida. weekend in Hampton with L
few before his father'sdeath. Mrs Elisha Prescott and son. complete to deed the cemeteryto last
days I srnuti
Mrs. Allene Call of Graham sister.mlawIr
We are proud of Irvin because Romeo, and Miss Virginia Cliff the city, the council decidedto visited in Hampton Sunday with his brother Mrs. and Madison Lee. Mr EGGS edO
struggle of Highland spent Sunday after- hire two men to clean up the
he has had a j)
her parents. Mr and Mrs. G. Lee. Mr and
C.I I and Mrs.
in obtaining his diploma.Mrs. ( noon with Mr. and Mrs. Willie weeds and brush to keep it from
Lee, Mr and Mrs
Griffis. being an eyesore in the ('ommun-I Cox.Miss Mrs. Madison % 56C
Xellie Mae Dryden :: Alethia Williams spent W. A. Saxon and children and A&P's Own
Jacksonville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hillard hadas ity. Pi' I r
last weekend in Lawtey with her A. C. Green of Jacksonville. -
Davis, Saturday night guests Mr. and Anyone: concerned with the
her mother Mrs Perry sister, Mrs. William Fowler.Mr. nicked Sunday at Kmgsle% Beach All Purpose Oil
and Mr. Davis. Mrs. Vamce Keene of Glen St.Mary .1 beautification of the graves and A&P Our Finest Quality' Mb Cans
Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. James the cemetery may take a contribution and Mrs. H. L. Marshalland
I I for its to W. H. family, \\ho moved into the for
Sam Hicks were shopping in Hillard of Jacksonville.Mrs. upkeep FILL DIRTGOOD APPLE SAUCE 2 25 DEXOLABetty E L I
Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. L. H Hill has come from :Maxwell city clerk. brick building on Navarre St. recently -
To Teach have returned to their for-
Steve Starling fir. is Ft. Myers and will spend the Mrs. Langley RICH Crocker Angel Food Confetti
Year mer home in Steel, Mo.
her At Hampton Next
time with Pt. Bottle Bottle
spending some summer here. Qt.
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hillard and children )frs Ellen Langley has accepted John Rusha, a former pupil of SOILSee CAKE MIXozpcg 49c ,

Mrs. Raymond Sober in Jack and Marvin Futch spent a position as teacher in Hampton Hampton Elementary School is TOP rrcGood

sonville.Mr. Friday night in Jacksonville with Elecentary School for the I graduating on June 19 from Jefferson 1 Chicken Of The Sea 6 12 O/ Cans 29
and Mrs. Walter Wilkison. relatives.Mrs. 1956-57 term, Mrs. Ola M. perk- Sr. High School in Tampa.]

-- Mae Wells is attendingthe ins, principal, announced this John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. CHUNK TUNA 6 for $1.69 ( As The Best Yet Cods
\ Postmasters Convention in week. She will take the place Ira Rusha, former Hampton re BILL JACKSONJackson You Less

I St. Augustine this week. vacated by Mrs. Mattie Ellis, sidents. Transfer Company "Jiffy" Mix For _
I has been transferred to :: of Mr. and Mrs
who Billy May, son
Mrs. O. J. Anders and :Mrs.:
Brooker Elementary School. Wilson of Gainesville, grad- Phone 165 z
May 8 ;
// Sam Hicks were Thursday dinner CORN MUFFIN ozA&P pkg lOc
,I guests of their brother-in-law and Mrs. Langley has a B. A. degree uated from Gainesville High :- GOLD MEDAL
from the University of Florida -
sister. Mr and Mrs. Griffin Hodges -
: and was employed last yearin
in Jacksonville. Plain or Self-Rising

Mr and :Mrs. Harold Eunice the Lakeland.Webster Mr.Elementary Langley Schoolat is a BUTTER Tub Style Ih 65c
were called to Maxville Saturday
night by the serious illness of student at the University ()f Flu> /
to live >n e BISQUICK I S I
ida, and
I. Mrs Eunice's mother :Mrs.: Jim they plan will next 1 Ie Sih erbrook
t Godwin. They carried :Mrs.: God I Hampton. They move
I month into the new house bemir BUTTER Print ib 65;
win to St. Vincent's Hospital.Mrs. I I'
completed by C. L. :May: on Pain, I C
Nelson Blocker and family 40ozpkgPickle
!eI8x of Jacksonville spent Sunday I I Drive near the east end 01 tune> 20 A3
: with Mis. A. H. Halley :Mrs: 'I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Skmmuj i CHEWING GUM >* 59c
I i and son of Cocoa spent last weekend -
Harlev went home with them fora I
GO GREYHOUND visit. j in Hampton with Mrs Mantle I A&P WholePURPLE

Mrs Bennett Green and family!1 mother, Mrs. L. B Hogue. u 30
Tbere't no worry about pairing, I anti Mrs. Selma Eunice visited PLUMS oz can 25c
.. Bonita Springs. Patch
traffic wheel
jams or fatigue. I :Mr: and :Mrs.: Joe Lane and family and
when you go Greyhound. Next ) Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
time-why don't you be lazy .. in Deland last week. Mrs. Eun- I sons spent Sunday afternoon with t NBC I Sweet MixedPICKLES

and smart too and relax ice's granddaughter, Karen Lane, Mrs. James Thomas in Jackson
with Greyhound on any one of I had just returned home after ville. OREO SANDWICH 3-4 oz 33c

hundreds of trips like these: I spending a year and nine months ReA.. E.Iassey began his1 -

W.yOne I in the Harry-Anna Crippled Child 1 vacation from the depot on Wed- i.
L E S Si
ren's Home At Umatilla. Karen'''I :
with his family plansto I World's

Niagara Falls, X. V hh S27.75: nesday. He :.. I NewestRefrigerator SWISS
New Orleans, IA. __h__ 12.15 was stricken with polio while in I r visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs CREAM 'JO 3-4 or 33c

Charlotte, N. ('. ___h._ 9.93: the second gradu but has kept I W. L.. Massey, in Barwick Ga.. <

Xashulle, Term. _____h_ 12.85 up with her work and is nowready I I i i and. points of interest in south I 1 I.g door U told | lair! i 22-oz jar

Columbia. S. ('. -_.uuu 8.10 for the fourth grade. May i. Florida. :<1 ,,1. I gollom el milk . NBC 21C.J

Atlanta, Ga. u__. h____ 8.50 God continue to bless you, Karen. I Ii II I I Freeman Hoover and Norman .. o I e plus ample room for ether.

Petersburg:; ___ __uu__ ".00 :J i Mr and Mrs. C. L. Hillard J; Hamilton of Jacksonville spent hi .1 bnerojn.. Holdsj,ogolobl
Fort Lauderdale __u__._ 7.15 i visited Mr.\ antiIrs.\ Henry ]I Saturday afternoon \\'ith11':: and '' Ibtkornseunptr.' ... .
Winter Haten __.nh_ 3.70 Thornton anti family in Raiford I :Mrs.: II. H. Hamilton. Xorman remained O1- '-. : ...-. ;: < :; :: :: ; :,:!)-.....), _.: _n :}

Lake Wales _______ u____ 3.95; Sunday afternoon. I| for the weekend. Sunday
Orlando __._h________ 3.10 O. J. Phillips was a business:, afternoon guests of the Hamiltons i r I Frozen 4 to SIb average
________ visitor to Green Cove on Friday.Mr. 4-:: over
O.c'ala nh ___ 1.40 I were Sirs. Mamie Rogers
A Lb
:: and :Mrs.: George Kersey :Mrs James i $ Grade
) Cl'l'WSIrs. JuliusDean
I'lu Tax.: Kxtra Suiings on I! and sons of Starke spent Sunday I Mr. and :Mrs: Lynn Hamilton
Hound Trips j afternoon with the Edgar Wilk-i I
i i
all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. i .... -
GRKUIOUM 1US STATION" insorfs.Mr I Sam Wise of Staike. : Grade A
and Mrs. Coleman Phillips. ( Quick Frozen 3 to 41b.ROASTING .
Temple A\e. 1'lione 1174 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman of i ECri

1 .. en many trip, at no titri cost, I of Waldo supper were guests Wednesday of the O.evening J.l- ''! Heilbronn visited Mrs. Reddish i iantI ( 10.8 Cu. fi. ramify size model Ib
., Mrs. Sue Hatoiu on Sunday: I with. newest 1956 deluxe! CHICKENS 4SC
you'll rid* the nw tide bunt Phillips family Miss Ola Mae and | afternoon. I f eo''",,,. '

SCENICRUISERand I Danny went home with them fora PFC Maxie Reddish of Fort Sill Full-width 49Ib. capacity

the Highway Traveleri visit.: Okla. and his wife, the former :j freezer. Full-width chiller Super RightCap'n.

I Mr :ind Mrs. Obed Pauley and i, :'alargielcClellan of Lawtey, are j| tray. Butler bin. Deep door

i son.Ia.. el. are spending their''I', spending this month with his parents ahelns.--' Sugar Cured Ib
vat (turn with Mr. and :Mrs.: Tol- Mr and Mrs. Willie Reddish. 7 SLAB BACON 29CCap'n.

o bet: Paulev in Danville W. Ya. :' They will return to Fort Sill on i:
The Joe Starlings had as Sun-i
June 30.
G:IjJ.t\ ; 1 .U N'D. day: guests :Mr.: and Mrs. James I Ii I John's Fantail Ready To Fry

i i! Starhngof:Mrs: Charles Starke Starling and and Mr.daugh-and\i i Window Cleaning WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE JO-oz pkg

i ter of Highland. I Reasonable Prices i BREADED SHlMP 53C
| Mr. and Mrs Griff Phillips !
Outside Onlyr 231: N, Temple Ave Phone 166 I
Koch C
Store up
Drug | visited Mrs. :Margaret: Chambers I II i :

I in Daniel Unit in Jacksonville on I \\ S. AGNEW, Prop. John's Quick Frozen Delicious10oz

Tuesday.The I I 393 Cherry st. Starke, Ila. Starke, Florida
Henry Wainwrights had can
as recent guests Mr and Mrs :I,, _-__. .... OYSTER STEW 29Ci
J '' IIL-__ -.
J. E. Starling, :Mrs. Lossie Brown'

and family Mrs. Doloris Wied- j
i Allgood Sliced
ner, all of Bartow and Mr. and
Mrs. Wendell Rhoden of Ocala. vocationon't

The Blain Teston family askeJ ( to i I BREAKFAST BACON l-lbpkg 39C

your correspondent to express i J: -' ..; -.", ... ,
their heartfelt appreciation to I
: take I
:: C"k a I
all their friends for their .. ong.BLOWOUT .
deeds during the illness manykind and, I I I TO .. .. ___.._ -._- .. --q.--- --- ,. ...". -. .._._----- -- -------_.;
i II,
death of their precious wife and:
I i
mother. Mrs. Ruby Teston ii
i, Mis. D. L. Stone is attending, '\ i
i I la Parent-Teacher short course a' ; PROTECTION JAX PARKER : (
I at Florida State University in -.. ."' Flaky Tender tI
I Tallahassee :Mrs. Stone will b1the .. -
4 '.;- ::;- '
SHEAFFER'SSMORKEL : president of the local P.TA v I, LUSCIOUSCHERRY _
i for the 1956-57 school year. ,
ItNU' The Ernest Williams familv' /"/ M1 -
and Joe Allinder of Welborn. with[

The Hubert Priest family enjoyed PIE

PEN a picnic at Gold Head Park

j on Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs. L H. Futch returned Jf r
I from Lakel.lndtonday t I 8-inch, each CANTAIOPES each 29c

: where they had attended the Methodist 39CI

Annual Conference. The PEACHES
I 29c
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B

Jr. while in Lakeland.L. I .
Crosby Red Ripe -..
h SooL..I Pea B. Billy) once stayed with the i: Serve Pie A-la Mode

Disk Set Futches and attended school here. I 3 DELICIOUS FLAVORS WATERMELONS each 55c
Spanish oursDre |
D. B Thomas and children Proved blowout
|)0 0. j ] CRESTMONT
II visited Mr. Thomas'mother, Mrs 1 Local Grown;
tWotSoorlel II I Sally Green, in Macclenny last protection for \
Pee Friday.Mr. 2 15c
1Srarnrnao $19.11aorlcl I and :Mrs.: James Waters tubeless tires... :
$ Pao I had as Sunday dinner guests Mr I' FAEE I Fresh! Local GrownBLACKEYE
$1c so I and Mrs. Lyle Sthmehl and Mr. xk 1
Chocolate PEAS pound lOc
and Mrs. Chares Schmehl of Jack- 1 ,

Miss Beverly Newman of Day-I --- Frozen Food
tona and Miss Jackie Harley of
i 1/2 goctnJCCMEL0IJIT

Connie Jacksonville Harle)are.. visiting Miss TIRES Uirde\e BrandBUTTER

G W. Teston of Jacksonville BEANS lO-oz.,2 for 35c
2..ftY NnON SAnTY YlSIBLf:
stopped by to see his father. J. B. RtslVl AIR CIIfGUARD Hirdeje Brand

ScnuoclJooiLcl Pen. $:: 50Ptoal. Teston. on Monday as he was on Only, $1 2S ) VALVE MOUNTING I STRAWBERRIES 10-oz, 2 for 49cBirdt'"e
y.10 his way to National Guard meeting Supports tor AMERICANPROCESS
in Starke. Emergency Air Equalizes GUIDE Brand
Did will be Jdi hteJ..anJ a week for after blowout' !
Daniel : finishedBoot SPEARS 10-oz 2 for
Massey having Chamberl Pressure I Air-tight mil! 43c
proud of jour giftt! It's the world.
Training at Fort Jackson.S. I Hirde\e Brand Whole
famed clean-filling pen.Select>our C. is spending a two week 'asetof4 II
Father's Day gift; from our selection I i CHEESE8ozpcg BABY OKRA 10-oz 2 for 39c I'
of Sheff Pens,Gift Stts aoJ leave with his parents. Rev. and P ;'_ ;;;;; -;t'h..;,;; ; ; 2 .f..q ,
I Mrs A. K. Massey.Mr. .
Desk Sets.Sfieoffer I
and Mrs. J E. Warren hulas : Service Station lallrlal Nllaeileee sw.us..,, w ,
Snorkel' from $10.00
pens visitors during the weekend I GOODMAN'S / ,
I MK Victor Appleby and family l 25Ci k 1 1 e gW

Koch Drug StorePhone ; and Mr and Mrs. Marvin Warren SEEDER D. GOODMAN i

of Jacksonville: and the Leslie U. S. 301 at South City Limits Mel YWW 4 MIUI4 U* ttUUI

53 Starke Fla. Bradley family of Starke. a--. Starke, Fla. i, 412 Call St.
Mrs A. E. Massey and son. Starke, Fla.
Daniel Mrs. I
ki are visiting Massey's = .

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rifle last Sunday.Mrs .

.,M)> : : ,-: :- :-; MAXVILLEI'.y p. j p.trish o .:,
P .. J :.I't Jur.e .'
.. Friday.: S. v :: '
I m : :.Mrs. C. B. NoUnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA day p.irty hunni'Rg hen

; who .
Patty was elvn '
I : 'Iff: 1tJ I''I'n that day. Game \\, .
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the .
Gladys Mooty I'A."". :Man.i: : :Mrs Ftarklm Hl gn-; ; in;

Phone 35 1 ,,1 f : ,.. :> ":!um: and family of Jackson-i!' were awarded. Crb.rhdav
( r-t ,; 'I ,
: fPr I oJ 11.:; v ::> wort Sunday; suests of Mr cake ( ;;'
: : ...-. ved. Prizes ..
srsrrs -Srpsss stssSreeCrrp ssrrp r srsarrspsrMiss 11: .,' H.yR.nho-ham's parents. Mr. and \ "" ;
I : i'aii'iah. r N: '
M': Du.s Higgmbotham.M I. ;
\ Miss Q ...1. : .
Vebb'sVedding ,
Julia Jackson I Mike r i B'. 's
j't : anil Mrs. .-' R. Johnson
L I :Mi an; M. ,11., ." -
8 and Miss "
Planned For July Honored With ShowerMiss r Merle Higginbotham i
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pent most of last
week visitingin
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Julia jackson, populaibnd : Ft Myers. Naples and Miami.
\ : en ?',\".it : Maand
-ele -t whose Little June
< marriage to : I J"imon.ho has
I visit wih ii-.,' : .-idda.1 i ;' ,
Owen Alvarez will be an event 01 beta staving with her aunt Mrs.H. "
June 24, was the inspiration fm ;-- > -'"' j .' II. McGee in Xaples, returned : Sweat, for awi. .'

a lovelv bridal shower given ..; r' I. i home wih: her parents. j We are sorry U. l.ai; :

Thursday night of last week at I;: ,t\ IlilT There were three students at I W. Brown is ill again '

the home of Mrs. Glenn Conner } : 9i' the Maxville School this doctor has put him t : !
LLL 1 -hostesses with Mrs. Conner .. .., ., '-t: / year who two monthsMr.
-- made
a perfect :yearly attendance .
were Mrs. B. M. McRae, Miss PART OF Till: LARGE CAST that helped make the Junior Woman's OF THE :SHOW was the hula chorus of ra\ishing hf'autit'Ito record. They were Sharon Griffis. and Mrs. Bill Roht : -

.' *1 June Conner, Mrs Tony Gonzalez. -: Club) \arid)' !show', "Precarious," a rousing success last Friday night. ga\e in
Mrs. J. R. Bullington, Mrs The dancing: Precariettes, costumed as saucy waitresses are (left to Fnmt and center arc Jim Chasti-rn and .Mayor \\'. T. (Kill) ) Jar k'.on. Henry \Vellhausen, both seventh Sundawith and, Mrs.. rxwhy \\
ers family.Mr.
Lucan Conner, Mrs. Alvin Farr. Ad.lltl'llli..h, ieraldine Griffis, Mae Hatcher. Madge Chastecn. Rear row l.i\,-lii-s 1 graders. These children
and Mrs. Robert right) are Kamly; ('hitt HI'1,1'lltli..h, |ini (i JrotmT, attended I and Mrs. Leslie :; .'. ..ttI
Myrick. Lucy Ilinson. Seleta Thomas, and Helen Paterson. Seated: Jack :Ma\i,' Carter Jr., Kunald! Xiriflis, and H. I. Thornav Sud-focetl I every school day from daughters and Misses J" ..vPariish '
Games were played during the ('h-ml'nh, Yitian Harley. Joe Warren, June Grimier, Juan ('hitty.director figuiat center al o\e i i.. t,. \ldilliJht: a.. ragged; tramph addeda Sept l through June 8 and werei and Jewel HigfM.iH.t.. ,
evening and prizes awarded to and Jack DuMar: master of ceremonies. .. i I nl'\er Lite. I
I uistful note to |pru4'eeIlIng' were business visitors :in T.: -
Mrs Doyle Conner Mrs Vernie I 'f\'.Maxville students i ,
grad- sonville Saturday. We aio n -
Thorton, and Miss Jackson. -'i.it.-l I I fi
Shower StagedTo -- urn Baldwin High School to learn that Jo Ann 1 1--..: '
I I The honoree received many ,; ,: .
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night. I
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) foot while in Jackson:
_lovely and useful gifts from the Honor Mrs. Payne 1 1'i'-, I II I Th.'el'e Grace harris .
: i had to be taken to the d'i *
36 guests and the hostesses presented i..u.Mt-r uflr.. and Mrs. Oscar A Father's Day .
her with several I pi-opt.
pieces of Mrs Marion Payne was hIned *.: li.ir.s! : and Claude Xorth. son ,
| I be held at Long Bran !h ("a:I.'
china in her chosen I ,,
pattern. ,
:Mi! .
stork shower .I -r.a North. \Ve
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at a lovely; this Sunday. June 17. t.1! i t 1'.'
Mr and Mrs. Dell T Webb of Monday afternoon. June 4. given: > \ ,-: \ proud of these :young1; I will be dinner on the ..

Waldo announced the engagement I UDC Group Officers by the fourth grade teachei.-! i iI' "I'] :< :and n 1\ Ish for them the best ,,I Everyone is invited to attt': ':

>f their daughter, Annette to 1..1 Installed On June 6 Mrs. A. Russell Norman, !>II' "i: .ui: ;k in the future. I Mr. and Mrs. Edward: \r ,

C Kelley son of11'. and Mrs. Lilly Bridges, Mrs. Johnnie Green Linda!: and, EdVaters: ares I Dorothy Waters Miss I'. t<

C S Kelley of Brooker. I' Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and Mrs. W -l-n.iinjr a l'\\' days in Jackson-i Phillips and Rev Lester Taexar:( !
installation officers and
The wedding will take place at H. Halt at the home of the latter vii't I/lii.-, \\eek with their brother- attended a teachers anil past'" -

4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, July a covered dish luncheon took I on E. Call Street.A I ,m-I.iw anti sister. Mr. and Mrs. meeting at Macedonia Rapt "
at the annual
place of the
picnic ;
8. in the First Baptist Church of \V. T. Week's Chapter, U.D.C., on pink and blue color mon r it .h'.h'SOMBER Bill Kobeison and daughter. ]I Church last Thursday, ht
Waldo. A reception will be held was achieved in the lovely flor- Raymond Kilgore. who spent. The Maxville baseball t, am !I.-'
Wednesday, June C. at the } ingsley -i
afterward in the educational Lake home of :Mrs. Barbara al arrangements in the party .- ----.- the we. kend here with his familv. another game to Lawtey Sunia\
buildingNo rooms The lace covered tea table has returned to Tyndall Air Boys you had better praeta't'little t
invitations are being sent. Breazeale. held a crystal punch bowl at AIDIEXCE PARTICIPATION' kept things livelyat : sENt: left audience gasping as ..pall-I Force base in Panama City. harder. It is time for vu
After a delicious luncheon, the ..*' Sheriff P. D. bearers" Ned Yancey, Earl Xonnan. .
Guertin. .' .
Precarious. Raymond Huh to win.
and bowl of the Lawtev
but all friends and relatives of president, Mrs O. L. Haynes Sr., one end) a crystal I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Denmark I gamoa
the couple are invited. pink asters at the other. Reddish, 'ol. J. A. (Griffin and City Clerk Carl and Charles (m\en marched down aisle bearing and family of Jacksonville visited mixed crowd gathered >o play
presided over a short business -
session. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid installed The hostesses presented Mrs I I Johns were among the distinguished spectators ,'url"'I' with dangling, \\hite-glo\rd arm. Later Sunday with Mrs. Julia Harris. on the Maxville! ball fiel.iv!

\Vedding This Month the following officers for Payne with a baby stroller in ,: called to the !stage to be dressed as "Pretty Babies"l the corpse (Joan ( hitty)) came to life
the coming year: president, Mrs. which the gifts from the guests l and receive a hottk feeding. .ang, "I'm The Lonesomest Gal In Town." '! Nolan' was unhuit when a womanran children playing and ev ry"ne

Set By Mrs. DempseyThe O. L. Haines Sr.; vice president. were placed. I, I, int(, her car from a side enjoyed. themselves very mm hMr.
Invited to attend this delightful and Mrs. Cyrus Cannon
Mrs G. W. Roberts Sr. of Law- street while she was driving in
engagement and approaching affair were the Starke elementary -I IV' Jacksonville: Thursday.A and sons of Jacksonville w"I'
ley; 2nd vice president, Mrs. W. .
marriage ofirs.. Virginia school teachers. guests of Mr. an B. Mundy; secretary, Mrs. Char- R. Johnson and daughter.
Ayers Dempsey of Gainesville _i II_ Ian and sons Sunday afteinn--'
ley Johns; treasurer, Mrs. E. K .tun.- visited in Folkston, Ga.
formerly of Starke, to Scott Rev Lester Taggart: and M-
Perryman; historian, Mrs. Mattie I wscs with Mr and Mrs. L. H. Sheppard -
Groves Stepp son of Vernon Debbie Phillips will represent! tnMaxville '
Groves Stepp of Daytona Beach Gahagan; registrar Mrs L. A. I i Baptist Church ,rIK'
and the late Mrs. Stepp. is an- Davis; Recorder of Crosses, Mrs I The regular business and program \ Mi' and Mrs C. B. Nolan and I Baptist Convention to he he'1:''
nounced by Mrs. Dempsey's mother Steve Simmons. meeting of the son and J C Nolan were busi in Ridgecrest. N. C. on Jim 21
Mrs. Ira Winford Ayers of Seventeen club members enjoyed W.S.C.S. will te held Monday "Precarious" was hilarious and from Flight School! when he neceived neSi.1..IOI S in Gainesville Mon- The Maxville Baptist Chun'i! )
the hospitality of Mrs. Brea- afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the the Junior Woman's Club cer- his pilot's license the\ 1 davl is revival
Fayetteville, N. C. I planning a met-tinu >""
Mrs Dempsey is a member of zeale at this annual affair. j'I church sanctuary with the president tainly deserves credit for. producing spent several days with Fay ann l! Mi' and )'Irnud! Waters and 1.I July. Please keep this in a..nil

the staff of the Department of Mrs. C. D. Williams, pre- a bangup'al'il't show|I Ervin anj then stopped by New \ famlland Mr. and Mrs. Jack and plan to attend.
\Vedding Anniversary siding. last Thanks Orleans enroute home to tht :i W-it.s,
Family Life at the University of Friday night see and family of Jacksonville Toby Rhoden of Otis will put ,.n
to director Joan Chitty codirector -! !>ightsfarlha Weldon is put ; \ '-'It..dIl's:
Florida. Mr. Stepp is a junior in Observed By CoupleMr. I j I Dorothy Waters and a benefit show consisting of sms.
the College of Engineering at the I' Christian LadiesThe Dolores McKnight and Emcee ting out a call to her N. Walnut i f .lIttl\ last Saturday. ing and music at the Max ilii-

University of Florida. and Mrs. Cyrus E. Beamof Jack DuMar, thee wasn't a dull :! street neighbors to be on thi. I :MI and MIS. Raymond Kilgore: Civic Club Friday night. ..Inn.r,
of the moment from start to finish look-out for her female blic-
The*wedding will take place on Starke celebrated their 49th Ladies Council pet find daughter. Mary, and Misses at 8 o'clock. Proceeds \\III E" '
First Christian Church will meet And all the show wasn't on the.: parakeet named "Toppie" which Annette
Shiiley Hipginbot-
June 29 at 8 o'clock in the evening wedding anniversary with a 1in- F1n and i help Toby who is handu apj 'i
in the Iona Chapel, First ner at their home on June 4. I' Tuesday, May 19 at S p. m. Circles stage for instance, one un- flew away last Monday h.wi attended the baseball gamein get started in tusiness F.ver.!

Presbyterian Church Gainesville. Present with the Beams on this One and Three meet with rehearshed little incident took Herlongand Norma Jean Adams Lawtey Sunday afternoon. one bear this in mind and phi" .
leaders Mrs. Van Johns and in the audience when two- Mr. Mrs. ,
I occasion were nine grandchildren, j their place and family were happy tote and George Brown attend.

\Vomen I and six of their eight children, I| Miss Elaine Colson. Circle Two year-old Lavern Outlaw Jr. burst : moving .out to their nice quic: i iI
Junior | Mr. and Mrs. L. M Addison, Mr. I will meet at the parsonage with out in tears when he saw his dad- summer cottage at Kingsley Lake -

anl Mrs. J. E Sherwood hostess. dy crawling across the stage last weekend after being wakened -
Mrs. George Dodrer, Mr. and
Junior Wo-
Members of the
men's Club will have a semiformal Mrs. E. E. Thornton Mr. and I looking for water in a desert several times during last Friday r" Attention Fathers! Don't Miss

dinner-dance for members, Mrs. Dave PenoYl'rIr. and Mrs. 'Keystone Bridge Club scene He thought someone by teen-age pranksters who "**-:*}/ Jl \' ,

husbands and dates on Friday Hotsrt Beam, and Ivan Beam. was sure enough mistreating: were enjoying ringing: doorbells This Important Sermon Sun 11 A ,I. :
June 15. at 7 o'clock at theN Also present as guests were Mrs !! The Keystone Heights! Duplicate his pop It was: all great fun. in that neighboihood in the we ;$? L/

Millie Simmons of Starke, and Bridge Club meets every and I hope the girls make it an hours of the night not to,
C. O. Club, Camp Blanding. 1 ', I V JT 1It "The Father Who Failed"First
I Mrs. Jennie Penoyer of Jackson- Thursday' night at S in the Wo- annual event i' mention someone taking all the

\'ilIe.I men's Club. These hours will be I Note that Barbara Norman.. miscellaneous stuff out of Noimi: v& r. _

I 1 maintained all summer for club Ruth Lee and Joyce Scholl have Jean's car one night last week. I. P' '

,! Starke Clergy Stage members. I II stai ted working over at the U. !j and to top it off, when they got Baptist Church Hampton

i Luncheon For Sommer I,I r.f- Marilyn Cox, Vida Jean! out to their cottage they found ,

DAD I :Mrs. Lillian Roberts i i ii Gentry. Elizabeth Prevatt. and' that someone had been burningthe

I Patricia Pellum are up in Tally grass along the water's edg.- Sunday; School 10 .\ :M. Training Union 7 P.M.S : .
The Staike Ministerial Assoc-
i Passes After Illness this week attending the 4-H short: and burned part of their dock
DAD iation gave a farewell luncheon i i course at FSU Jean, Mundy away Hazel and Fred Guy ,ffcJJK. I P :M. "Who Cares If .\ Sinner Goes To Hell?"
for Rev. R. D. Sommer at the '
1 .
Mrs. Lillian Masar Roberts 59, Agnes Lawson and Pamela Fay and children! Jane and Jimmy. *
Garden Restaurant on Tuesday. I I Yv ALSO 'SOMEONE: TO CARE" By Quartet}
| a resident of Hillc&st near Keystone Lawson leave today for Panama of Gainesville: are spending these

Sommer Those were attending Rev. L. with D. Haines.Rev i I I Heights, died at her home ]i iI City to attend the Baptist YWA I last two weeks of June at the IX TAVFKX' SCEXK, June
i I Thursday, June 7, after a prolonged camp for two weeks and then onto Adkins Slimmer home on Kings- 1 \IT (sarong) pantoinimctl 'ii- (
Rev. J. K. Sherwood. I
Rev. It.
DAD I I illness. She was born in Wilk- I the YWA camp in Tampa for ], ley Ollie and Ed: Flakes and lor Bo>" for the benefit of "bar

I Rev MacBIain W. S., Rev. Lacy and Conway. I esbarre. Pa., Oct. 18, 1S96 and'1 I six weeks Dr. J. E. Denmark j I family have moved from 210 E IlieV* in -kground. .... _. ._ :_ .

McAliley Rev. J. i was a member of the Baptist ,, arrives home this weekend from :i ii Adkins to the L. G. Hemmingwayhome ___. __--. -----,_-- -U : .::\
T Quigley. Church. ]1 i; Emory Dental College. Atlanta. | east of Starke, which thehave \ I- -u -

Rand Mrs Sommer and | Besides her husband, John R. where graduated!; Ia. week J purchased Mr. and Mrs
I familv left Thursday for their( Roberts of Hillcrest she is survived next year's cheer-leaders. Pat' Chester Wood and children 01 Regular 1.95 ValueBLOUSIS

new appointment at St. Maik'sMethodist by one daughter, Mrs. John I. Hobbs. Elissa Stefanelli, Lavora Key West are rentingthe J E I

DADWE I Church in Ocala. Klimut of North Bergen, N. J. 'I', Capps, :Melissa Stalling. Ann William Hardy house at 456 W. MadisonSt. ri N I
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TilE RIGHT POINT for the Funeral services were held in' *, Jackie Prevatt Sandra . he woiks out at Blanding -

IN.t your favorite KSTEKBROjOK the First Baptist Church of Key- Strickland. Nancy Bates, with the George W. Cheshiers arf ,
[ Fountain I'en. TELEGRAPH stone Heights Sunday afternoon .,I phys ed. instructor peggy Phillips now at home in the former Owens _
I at 2:30: o'clock with Rev. Malcolm -. in from Wednesday .
way you write. Come in and se-' are Tally I home on Pratt St. the J H I
Davis officiating. Burial was to Friday attending a Lee's have moved to the VanpK LADIES
in the family plot in Melrose Ce- I ers clinic at FSU cheer-lead-I house at 733; N. ThompsonMr. 30 to 16
WISH DeWitt C. Jones in 'i '
metery Hear that Harold) Glasgow has ] and Mrs. Arthur Marsh anti GIRLS Sizes 7 to 11 I

charge of arrangements. joined the salesman's staff at I daughter. Donna, of Apopka are :
Hart Furniture James Clinton renting a Apt. -
FtiT! ., ff. _._ 1L i
YOU ALL Norman, employed at Slades. the new Lino-operator at the

will leport for induction on June Telegraph Mr. and Mrs. Joe COTTONS --- Sleeveless or Short Sleeve

2" Bill Green is attending the McGee of Daytona have moved I .
Bell e Howell F! IeSTARKE Rainy Boy Scout camp at Clayton balk to Staike and are living at I Jt-1l- -J I

H THE ATBi FL-\ Ga. for two weeks con- ;McMahon St the W. E IIX ROUSING FINALE, F..m1'f' Large Assortment of Styles and Colors

A VERYHAPPY MONTEREY DELUXE [ j grats to Charlie Darby for draw- Owens have moved into their new Ja'k Diuiiar led cast in Conga

ing the lucky number which en- home in Saratoga Heights I chain up one aisle and down the To Select From
8mm MOVIE CAMERA Sunday Monday Tuesday titled him to the Bar BQ. grill j i iI Mr. and Mrs. B. Price and daughter other

June 1 i, l"S. 19 that the BPW club gave away. of Titusville have rented the I. i
Two For The 01
Price One!
DOUBLE FEATURETARANTULA Bill and Alyce Graham and upstairs Apt. at 324 X. WalnutSt.

Junius and Virginia Smith were I I he woiks for SAL Mr. CHIROPRACTICThe

boating down the inland water-I and Mrs. R F. Moody have mov-
\\ith John Agar and :Mara Corday way to Ormond Beach Sun-I ed from Jackson Apts. to the Edwards i I effectiveness of Chiropractic -

ANDLOVE I; day to Thursday among those upstairs Apt. on Cherry St. rare in treatment of I 95

NEST | attending the Elks banquet in I Kay Hart and Buster Partin childrrns as<"s is again proven FOR

FATHER'SDAY I William Lundigan June Haver, J Lake City Wednesday night of gave a delightful dance Thurs- by a rase from the files of 2

Frank Fay & Marilyn Monroe I last week were Jerome Johns day evening of last week at the the Bollinger Chiropractic<< ('linieI'atit'nt

MiA Plus Color Cartoon for Children Owen Vaughan. Mike Gilhooly, Woman's Club for 60 friends was a girl 9 years old *
Carl Roberts. and Henry Stefan- the club hOuse was gay for the who had Polio 2 1-2 years ago.

\ -- WecLThurs. June 20 21 | elli Hazel and Sylvia Paulk affair with arrangements of Patll'llta.... nervous, iritable,

.\ DOUBLE FEATURE and Cleo and Maxine Andrews spring flowers refreshments frequently carried a temperature -

Hold Back Tomorrowith I.' will be returning home Sunday i were served throughout the even- after mild e.ertion and Ladies

/ after a ten day trip to Lubbock. ing ty Edna Hart, Melba Partir., had little or no appetite. Thj. : Girls PlaySHORTS
'- \\ lee Moore and John Agar where attended the Wood
Just Texas they Leola Roberts and Gladys patient also limped because of
:; drop in your film, set
L \\the Sun Dial, sight-and AND graduation of Lt Ervin Andrews Beth Mixon celebrated her 'ontraction of musres along SHORTS

.shoot. You'll get good pic- The Last Command 3rd birthday Monday afternoon right leg. A series of Chiropractic -
I (lures in beautiful color the i with a small party: Don adjustments was be-

,very first time.wideangl. TRFCOLOR Hardy observed his 5h on June gin on May K, 1956. This pa- Finest Twills and Poplins

S lent 56% With :Sterling Hajden and Anna 12. and his dad, Charles Hardy tient made marked Lmpro\e- Sizes SIZES 2 To 11

I more picture on your film Marie Alberghetti had a birthday: on June 13 ment of all symptons after the .
Cartoon for Children 10 To 20 11
I Big Picture Window viewfinder the Young Adults of the Presby- first adjustment and continues

LONG BRIDGE 8RRIYflLS tenan Church enjoyed a picnic to improve at the present time. {sTg Sale 78c
Fri.. Sat. June 22. 23:
I long 10-foot film rundecast DOUBLE FEATURE at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Consult your Chiropractor Sale $

aluminum con. G Paterson on Kingsley Lake first. He remotes nerve pressure

I itruclion i SALOME The Bradford County Hospitals Wednesday evening thu, permitting earh or- I

Package StoreOn IV TECHNICOLOR:: : announcing the following births: | Lewis Haines II says farewell gan to function normally.

i Buy now on easy terms Jt With Kita 1I'p\ortb and :MenarttJ Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Corbinof i j to Call Street today and heads

ranger Starke a daughter, Robin Gail, for the Gold Coast to open up law BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC

Highway No. 100 AND born June 11. | office He'll be located at Wil- EAGLEDEPARTMENT

11 Miles from Starke I The Pathfinder Mr. and Mr!'. Edward P. Melvin ; ton Manors, a newly incorporated ,
1 outskirts of Ft
STUDIO AD GIFT SHOP of Starke, a daughter, born June town on CLINIC
Enroute to Lake Butler I IX TF.CIIXICOLOR 13. i Lauderdale Sorry to see you
3 Blocks North of Post OfficeIn
With George Montgomery i leave us, Lewis and here's

Plus Cartoon, Serial and New Serial YOfLL LOYE the new Ester- wishing; you the best of luck . Starke STOREPAGE

"Monster and the Ape" brook pu r'tt'-.il(' fountain peas in .I So long See you in the Modern Methods Lady

pastel shado.Only $ .5S at Brad- 1 next Assistant! Steam Baths _

FL_ ford County Telegraph. Carolyn I i'-. _ _-_ -_ '__ _p_ __ __ __ ft--_ :}

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rS SSflSrn S ssrrn-n S tsr -rrr r re I Mr and Mrs. Charlie Cowen and :, :Mrs.: H. B. McLendon and I II 1! :NOTICE TO APPEAR,1m !ed by you. I I \OTirK TO rrttn .
i flrroll ('..ar'. Bradford County, i!i irioriilm This notice shall re published In fin-nil Court Bradford ,
family and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne daughter Miss Jeannette :McLen-: I uunl .
j SERVICE MEN In ( hanci'ry.K once each week for four consecutiveweeks I I KloriiU: In ( fcanrrr).
Douglas of Jack nn\"i1Ie spent Sunta :1 don, returned to their home in "i .1 1 fl'c: "if. ri.iint.ff! T.,- .s :M.: ,, in the Bradford County Tele I, "r--h K.!.. r'- I'. it'it. )I" i.i ..t !
I (! at Jacksonville Beach. !1 Orlando on after !- .: I't '. nJ.inr. graph. 1 i: h.I.1! II. x i--- .. ;p. -. ..1'
Tuesday spending ., .
t\i-e N !o"-! :5Notiir ;-? i' t' il PI' 7 L' f : i ''.< -N '.
Mr. and "Irs. Jim Chasteen a week with Mrs. E. S. :Mt-: To \rprar (Wz''l' K'lAL. SK-ll,. CII"rl.lJ..II) I 1 '...Io.p TM tpprar *
spent the weekend at the Brown- 'i thews. I> -.- M O:'.".t v'i i ..,' r-- i "'! .i.l ailJre- Marian U Cro>l y. Deputy nerl. I .
i u" t..h' mi. I.11".oj!I. IL i aui .tiltl -- | ,t,
lee cottage! St. Augustine Beach. :, :Mr.: and :Mrs.: W. H. Edwards tun are hereby notified that ai.Uit ; H 'i 1'"u are hercli ni.f4-J t'"i: .\

THE NEWS :Miss: Mary Erownlee of Baltimore -;,. Ji. of Decatur. Ga. spent Sunday :I I|has teen f.r filed d!\'llr'e against you in il-.e '. :oTicr: 10 .UTKIK 1\| has ult been for filtd divorce: again: \...a t' *

I Md. arrived Wednesday for i to Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. i {above named Court and cause and 'In Circuit <'uurl' Ilrailford Ceuilf.i ,8101'\1.' n.II11..11 Con rt :Ii.,l .. .
\ a ten-day vacation with her moth- Drew Reddish.Mr. 'you are required to serve a copy of i' 'I..rida. : In { faanrrrr.. iand a..".. ". ,I \ .
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I I f your answer or pleading to the > .f \ .01 .I, -'., r ', .
tr. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mrs. !k iV.ri; lit.il 1. J.. f. n.l.int
1 complaint on the Plaintiff s !I : '. .
and Mrs. Felix Uzzell and ..' tbe"'.I..1 Zte I'I.; : ; :
t. Attorney Japour & I'a-o X". 1"-1,,"!> ..
Irwin 300
M '. and Mr*. T B Harding Sr Among those from Starke attnniling :: L. C. Powell! of Sylvania. 'I sons of Moore Haven were weekend Guaranty Life F'uI.dI1g! Jack ii- .,:\1.1I'p Tn tpnrar. :.. At.f<>**.. ii.Ii, i\. !I. I., ...r-. kriip .' ..
the Palalka luneial of Ga. and Bob Powell of Jacksonville % .il> Klirida T. ai.i.) |itti : -- 1> \U'! \t h."f'ii I
kre m Jauksomille: Saturday. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan <|.n, .' ...,,1 ..ulili'" i-N' "i. ; I r'i.ridnd! '

Mr and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. infant son of Coach and Mis. Joel have been guests of Mr. and ;i i Smith and family. I (and,f the file Clerk the cf original the Circuit In the Court office OBor 't .::.'1.'"-.tf.i'i. .\\ < iu.' Uinrli-'" :'I.S' :the Clerk file I'','': .'' ..: ., ,i It 1:11...<' ..,:. I

Mr and Mrs F. H. Douglas of Hull formerly of Starke. were Mrs. Jack Haile at the Markj:!I I Mr. and "[rs. J. M. Vickers A. .' before the 1 lou--it'-are hereby notified that 1'. i.'It. tti,' .. .\ .J.:"' -
Alachua.. and Mrs. T. C. Chastamef Mr. and Mrs. James Hobbs, Mr. Hitch cottage on Kingsley Lake.Mr. i i day 'f Ji.iy l3o:; ; suit for d.vorce a 'f1tht'r\\"l-e. tin ..uM' ;:.';ion :" .
| spent the weekend in Folkston. :
otherwise the of raid plaint .. .
allegations ; '
l>a'i been filed Wj '"Cfl : I. "
and Mrs. and :: i against you In the
Leonard Mrs.
will return :
Register Mr. to
last Thursday ed
Hampton spent | Ga. with relatives. Janice Vick- iirr.plaint will be taken as con- {,above named Court and cause and I by you.
fishing and enjoying a fish fry on and :Mrs.: Winton Criswell, :Mr.: and their home in :Miami: thin weekend. i! trs remained with her grandparents ff .sed by you. i iTUs .YOU are required to serve a copy of This ni'iu-e! shall! be put! :.. -!l. ..
Mrs Paul Hutchins, Edwin Johns i ii :Mr.: and Mrs. J. T. Corbitt and |'I notice thai te published I your answer or pleading to the "ah t.k: f r ft- ." i' 'i
the Suwannee River near Fort Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gowen once each week for four consecutive |, timnlafnr' on the Plaintiffs Attorney n.'t-:.< in :1.! r'.tdf: < Id \ ...'\ iU
White. i Billy Harrington, Melissa Stalhn'gs, i j Mr. and Mrs. Thurlo Simpson and for two weeks and Sue Ann Barnes Donald Ray Ci iffis. .sun of "[I'. 1 weeks In the Bradford County Tele-i I Fri ISutl. r. nt'9; r.arn.U I-K., Iraf.h., .
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Hiiil.lmfi J.i. k "I i '
Linda Johns graph. "\ill FI.I., : .j !
and Dr. C. J. Houpt. son, Billy, of Fort :Myers: spent '! and Mrs Fonso Griffis Law-
Mrs. Rosa Mae Hillendahl of of Kingsland, Ga. returned with of and file the original In the office 'If. ;..! se..: '"'" ., .\ 1'a '
Betty Ann Simmons returned Monday and Tuesday visiting Mr. atd this 20 day of :May: 1936.:; ,.of. the Clerk of the Clerf; ,
tey, is serving with the U. S. Circuit Court on I' .t'J.t rTy
Houston. is three the weeks
Texas spending 1 Vkkers to spend two OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb) I i'or I before the .
weeks with her son and daughter- home Tuesday after spending a and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and :Mr.: and I with her cousins here. | Navy at San Diego, Calif. His Clerk of the Circuit Court j I !1'; .i.,\ ..f .J 11'1'.-.,,; M.-.aa r. i : > I'M. rv r "
week with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Paul Faulkner. Ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk otherwise the
address is Donald Griffis allegations of a4
an-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hillendahl. I' I I Mr. and Mrs Drew Reddish and j 6,1 4t 6. :: Complaint will te taken
Sewell and family in Jacksonville.j Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Stroud 458-98-29 SA S!';. 15-36-V, SNTC. as confessed -
Mrs. Gladys Wood spent the of r son, Stan. were visiting her mother j I by you.
I Mr. and lira. John H. Hemming- ':Jacksonville spent Sunday with I San Diego 33, Calif. | This notice shall be publishedonce
weekend in Eaxley, Ga. visiting Mrs. W. H. Edwards, in Jacksonville j :\oTln: TO .I'VLRI each wtek fur four consecutive
elatives. I way and son. Ted, of Elizabeth- I jMrs. J. H. Fields. ,. Sunday.Mr. ,I.. Clrrnlt ( .urt. Kradford __'000'", 't\.k. In the BItADJ.'ORD Ol'XTt

Mrs. John Christiansen is in ; town, N. C. spent Sunday to I I I Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler and and :Mrs.: Edward Ensor of I II |I \"in.. I l-'lurlda..n; .L(.iiiiTnmaMnrt In ('hanrrrr.I I'iaint i ff. ''I TELEGRAPIL I'.H.il tli.- ; l.i\ f .1'. .. iUiflFriday !

New Orleans, La. for two weeks | Thursday of last week with their t Paul McArther of Gainesville wer:; i|I Jacksonville spent Sunday withj I I'i \<. Jo..'i Kli.1.11,1 Ti>nia-i>ii\ II. )|OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. luruj

with her two daughters and their I[I father. L. G. Hemmingway, and 1 Sunday visitors of Mr.: and Mm. I, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. I ftndant. Case Xo. l'i-140 By Marian Clerk L. Crosby or the, Circuit Deputy Court n..rk and

families. I Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins.Mr. ;, R. C. Dampier in Theressa. : Mrs. S. A. Wentling of Palmyra, I !ntlre To Appear: | .' I" I' ; Saturday

and Mrs. F. J. Pellum and i :Mr.: and Mrs. Pa. is this week with her I II \ ; Tn: Joan r'lorenoe TUJ1la .in". |
Theresa Colson of Bushnell is J' Stanley Xoegel : spending uh"n> >> and idilr 's I 14th NOTHK '.\PI'P.\R
visiting her cousin, Kay Hart, this family visited :Mrs.: C. T. Kessel and family were guests of Mr. and daughter Mrs. S. W. Graudon I v'in I. K.t M> ..d.\\". IyiiK Nlaml In Circuit Court, Bradford fountr -ONLY...
1 I I :.N. w Vvlk. I Florida: In ( hnnrrrr.
and in ,
we<.k. On Tuesday evening, Mrs. family Palatka on Sunday. j Mrs. W. P. Joyce at Lake Talquin I I and family. Y"ii are hereby notified that a !II..! II.v.rH: Till II"-' I'-t .. .. \
W. H. Hart and the two girls werein i Mrs. Inez Kelly is spending several over the weekend. j j i Mr. and Mrs. George Kaufmann I II J :1a MI.t t..r dl\.r..e U ilium Kilu.tid; Turn.-i 1 ', T. !., WHOLE YELLOW
I weeks in Tampa with her son, inI I has been filed aralcs you tn the'aIve : ant. CUM: .N.; .. !> ;.''. .
Jacksonville to hear the chorus I I were called to Chicago Tuesday .
I Mr and :Mrs.: Merrill Edwards|, named Court and cause andS ,1. > .IIce T.pfpar I
from the Brigham Young University -1, Donald Kelly, and family. ; and family spent Sunday at Jacksonville I the death of :Mr.: Kaufmann's tiu.re rrqulrrd to serve a copy of 1. T.-; William K.lwar.1: Tf ".. '..
Mr. and Mrs. .* "I'I.I m pl.admp t,. \t h.- iiMtlrnie and ),
Bob Drake and ansun i tin' ci'Ifl- .idii"a-
from Brovo. Utah in the Jewish : Beach. mother, :Mrs.: Ester Kaufmann !i Uint on the PlaintifFs Attorney'!i I KM "'11. HfigM.
children CORN!
Temple.Mr. i of Keystone Heights were 1 Mr. ana Mrs. Frazier Shaw 1, Funeral services will be held Fi i- < :. :aid It Hart. 301 Smith Hinldag You are B.r.uy notified that a
Sunday evening victors: of :Mr.: and I : ; ,J.i k-<.n\' llt. :2, Klcrula suit for
and Mrs. A. S. Reinoehl of : j have had as guests Leonard ,day in Chicago. Randolph Crews seaman ap ,and tile the original in the office cf ]>.n.i. e
Mrs. Albert
Doctor's Inlet were weekend guests i i Lee Crosby Jr. andfamily. i I Shaw of St Petersburg over the I Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. J.V.. ii | prentice. wa re."t-ntlv transferred the Clerk; of the Circuit Court on |I has beeu filed against you in the

of Mr. and Mrs. E. :M.: Davis. 1 I weekend, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert i KincaiJ, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and from the I'. S Naval Receiving -I.fir If.before d.n ,.i the July. l":..; '!. yoU above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of 53.40

Mrs. J. R. Bullington and daughter -1I I Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Shaw and family of Orange :Mrs.: Joe Wilson are leaving today !! Station at Noifolk Va to !t>therwi e the allegations of raid your answer or pleading to the complaint

Janelle, are vacationing this] son, Micky, were in Perry Sunday Paik i the USS :Macon.: lie is the son of Complaint will be taken as confessed : on the .Plaintiffs. u up 4tt..m.v_.__" J
I on Sunday.Attending I for a ten-day vacation at the [11 hv -vou. I )I..U.- T Han- .11. '::1!li.; 1't.. VM,,,,,.,; CWT
week at their cabin at Salt !! visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansbyand the summer supper I Sewell summer home Little Switzerland -!i Mrs. Elizabeth Crews of Rt. 2, I, This notice shall be published< I litnliliiig Juki-ii\nV J, K.iinl.t; .
I flee each week for fnur consecu.ie 'I and file toe original in the
Springs. family. : meeting of the :Men: of the Western -j N. C. Enroute there they Starke. weeks in the Bradford County the Clerk of the Circuit Court offue on or ut
| District of the Suwannee I spent Friday night with Mr. and Tf-l.-graph. :! (I., f..f. th. io ,'I.i\ ,.f .ru) !..... Supply
I I lutnl thi 11 il.iv "f Jiin,, 1-... otherwise the allegations of
| Presbytery at the Fairfield Presbyterian Mrs. Proctor Snow in Dublin, Ga. OFFICiAISEAL) Charles J\, Darby i Complaint will be taken as confeea-aid ,
Pfc Clarence R. Melton of
I Church in Fairfield last Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and son I Clerk of the Circuit Court I ed by you. Brownlee
I Mr. and Mis. Lonnie Melton of By Marian L. Crosby. eputy Clerk I This notice shall; oe published' andChasteen
At Koch's We Have Sunday were Rev. W. S. McAliley, daughter, Carolyn, will return C 15:; 4t T'bOTICK I I once each week for four con ecu.
Shop --- I Hampton recently took part in I
Guy Andrews. Charles Alwood home today after two weeks visit five week la the Bradford County
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the 7th Infantry Division's basic Telegraph.
and Rudolph Sink. in Vinton Iowa with her cousins. j J .
iMltil ihis ',
day ''
.f J'uii ;
!1' '
I training at Fort Gordon, Ga. I :% TOI'Pt \n
JACKSONVILLE PRICESAND :Mr.: and Mrs. Paul Raymond :Mr.: and Mrs. Pat Bostrom. In Circuit ('..ur.. Ilrndrord County. (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Karoy
I His wife Juanita lives at Mc Clerk
of the Circuit
Klnrldai In f Court
i hanrrry.Kathrrinp
spent the weekend in Jennings Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and Mrs. I
i Lean'a. f.ilhoun. I'laintitf. \ '.. By Marian L. Crosby Deputv Clerkl.i' Starke Eta
with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver.. I James McBride Warren Sr. of I I;ieorge C Calliuun I'rfcndant. <. 7 ..
R. L. Alvarez of Fort Myers I Jacksonville are staying at the 1 i.>o irr To Apprnr CaIt :'\". )('-1 Ii".' j .-..:*';".."._. '.1.I'tt.::," .,.;;"..,...,.......$'t#,.. .' '".',_........
spent the weekend with Mr. and Kelly cottage on Kingsley Lake ,
: F G. Hutchinson, aviation j TM >; 'i-K i-.ilh..un. \\hos* ro -i- I
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. | this week. ,lrflt'r and addrej-' Inkn.s ...
I storekeeper 3of Starke, is serving -
Yon are hereby notified
I A? )Ir. and Mrs. Willard Wynn and Mrs. J. C. Warren of Tampa and with the U. S. Navy Helicopter suit f"r di\>iri'<> has li*..n mat a FVe FLORIDATHEATRE

children and J. W. Prevatt spent I Mr. and :Mrs.: Ed Millen of Folk- I Anti-Submarine Squadon 2 filed against you the above named
Court and cause and
last week in :Miami: with relatives. ston, Ga. are spending this week you are required -
t I I I at San Ysidro Calif. The antisubmarine to lervp a copy or your answer I

motrURto I Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. returnedto with :Mr.: and Mrs. C. H. Quick.Mr. I squadron assists in I on, the or Plaintiff's pleading Attnrnev to the complaint _

her home last week after twomontha' and Mrs. B. T. Thomas are I such tasks as st'ekingout and I T..nzlo.r &' titicIx.-- I9T.- ..." i\

j visit in Wichita Falls at their camp in the Scrub this I destroying enemy submarines. liaiij.iruiljjntr.. Ja'.k./I\JII.. :.

I Texas with her son and family week. Pfc Donald G. Butler, son ofMr. I F'I''ridtanti file the original in the office of
I You To Relax
Capt. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes JV.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and Mrs. Charley H. Cope of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orbefore
the Enjoy A Good Movie In Our
and Mrs. :M. C. Wells are and family visited Mr. and Mrs. j! Raiford recently took part in I i'. iiai cf juij I'.",.;.
100 I'er Cent Air Conditioned
spending this week at BrooklynLake. B. S. Outlaw in Jacksonville :Monday : battalion training tests in south- ,otherwise the allegations of raid
!Complaint will be taken as confess- Theatre During The Hot
evening.Dr. em Germany Butler l is a wire I

G I Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke are and Mrs. W. Middleton I team thief in Hq. Btry. of the 'I Summer Dats.

vacationing in South Florida. After and Misg :Madge Middleton were j! 10th Inf. Div's 30th Field Artillery !I

which Mr. Locke will resume \ at their camp at Cedar Keys last j Bn., anti entered the Army I II SAT JUNE( Ifi- -OXI.Yil.K :

FOR FATHER'S DAY '' his studies at U. of F. in the sum- i Wednesday to Saturday. j I in Jan. 19.:">5. He received his I' PULPWOODIS Weekend Safari. ) FKATl'RE -

mer session. :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Oren Welch of basic training at Fort Riley, Kan- I

i Mr. and Mrs. Charles! Parker Dade City were overnight guests I sas. He arrived in Europe last |

BILL FOLDS 14 DAYS TRIAL have moved back to Daytona I Monday of their daughter, :Mrs.: July. I IS BUSINESS or trip to the moon, you'll

'Beach where Mr. Parker will resume ,JM. Lawson, and family. take lots of clothing and other -

his job with the Florida I II j Dr. and :Mrs.: Seymour :Marco: Mr. landowner \\ e're hereto with
Pvt. :Milton: Hicks, son of :Mc.: personal belongings:: ::
ONElectric i Power & Light Co. after serving and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brinson ;,i MP you uhen )OII ha\e Soldier
I and Mrs. Sanford R. Hicks of Rt. jou.And. Pony
98cup 'in the Army for the past two flew to Miami on Thursday for I I pul|>\\ood to M'll.liclhor
I Staike, recently completed 10
jvars. the weekend. i I jour load is )largo or Miiull, the it should come home with Techtjglori
| weeks of advanced individuil
RazorsOLD Mr. and :Mrs.: Maxie Carter Sr. Miss Marjorie Stith of Thomas- I\: i!, niodorn facilities of Bradford jou) But it may not !
training under the packet platoon
Belts $1.00 left for New Orleans. La. on Tues- ville. Ga. was visiting! Mrs. H. L. at di l. STilLS!;
: Woodward arc jour "| "sj
at the Armor
(lay where Mr. Carter entered the Brownlee! on Wednesday. j I system To be safe. better see us fora TYRONE
I I Center, Fort Knox, Ky I II I Bring IK jour next load. Wepay
SPICE SETS $7.SO Trade-In On All '! Oschner Clinic for medical treat Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank Jr. i 1 Training low co:>t Personal Effects
He was trained to drive theArmy's : rash "on the !spot POWER
ment. and of Fernandina Beach before leave.
family | policy you
The Gift He's Sure To j medium tank and alsoqualified
Electric: Razors Mrs. E D. Tenly who is on twoweeks' .: nnd Mr. and Mrs. R. :-:. Carswell 2cJ
Appreciate as a in the firing
I gunner ,
vacation from the City daughters; Waycross were '
of the 00 tank A 1951I ; CONTACTEdwin --I-
Hall office is in Bradford County weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. j, mm. gun. -
of BUS Pvt. Hicks en- AND:
Hospital where she underwent M. W. Lance Xickie Carswell re- graduate H. C. Wall\ AgencyPhone - -
tered the last December
surgery on Tuesday mained for a few days with her Army W.' Peck
Are Our
Prescriptions SpecialtyTwo i and completed basic training a:
)Ir. and :Mrs.: W. G. Haile Jr. grandparents.Mrs. 'Ft. Jackson S. C. YANK PRISONER IN CHINA

and three daughters of Miami arrive :: Madge Futch was admitted : 146
: Saturday to spend two weeksat to Bradford County Hospital on
Registered Pharmacists To Serve You 200 E. Call Street
the Mark Ritch cottage on Wednesday for medical treatment.Mr. I Charles B. Kelly, seaman, son Phone 17J-J I -

Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and of Mrs. Doris S. Kelly of Brooker, ,

Day and Night. Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Crocker and i children spent the weekend at I is serving aboard the Pacific P. 0. Box 129-Starke, Fla. ;I Starke, Fla. DM Sergeant Foil for Commie

two daughters of Miami spent the Salt Spring Fleet destroyer USS Poterfield I Ctrtie..0f Was H. PvMTStrgnnl

.. You Are SAFE, You Are SURE I past weekend with Mr. and Mrs, I Mr. and :Mrs.: J. B. Dix were which recently completed a good-i] 1 WOIiim: Rani d,Indsoou CI aho

E. F. Miles while enroute to Warner called to Bowling Green Ky. by will"isit to Sydney. Australia.! date life iDled Otiix,talked freely with n-

When You Have Them Filled At Robbins. Ga. to visit Mr and the serious illness of his mother. Kelly reported aboard the Por- !' porters ibout tilt pniaa camp uptruooa and

,1\11'5.:: L. H. Goldsmith and three I Mrs II.) E. Knight had as guests terfeild in December 1954 and 15'' tsftcaSj about bauUfdl Tuft Oijtoa

!I sons The Crockers and Goldsmiths last week Mr. and Mrs. Howard assigned to the gunnery division.He .

I will spend this coming Wilkins and children. Wayne and I graduated from BUS before FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY

KOCH DRUG STORE weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Miles .\nn. of Austin. Texas. entering the Navy in Sept 1934. :'

:i while enroute to Miami. Mrs. W. H. Xollman was in

i Mrs William Beck and daughters Jacksonville Tuesday evening of I II

PHONE 53 Carol and Cecilia, of Hender- last week where the attended the M. Sgt. DeWitt C. Padgett son
of James of recently
sonville N. C. are visiting Mr. and ballet dance recital in which her
: with the 1st'
:Mrs.: L. D. Green this week. grandaughter, Janelle Dawkins. I participated
in the 75th !
Irs. T. J. Griffin is at the Jacksonville Inf. Div. anniversary
spending participated I I
I this wet>kith Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Woman's Club. Janelle returnedto celebration of the Army's Command WITH A FINE DINNERAT fWrOl?51.W.Lad ,. ,,

Mendoza in Jacksonville. Starke the next day with her I and General Staff College hq.ai1f .I, : ,

NOTICE NOTICE NOTICEIn Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman grandmother and stayed until at Fort Leavenworth, Kan Pad I

were in Atlanta from Friday to Saturday. Her mother :Mrs.: Cros- gett entered the Army in 1948 THEDinners
Monday where they attended the I bv II. Dawkins and daughter, Paula and completed basic training

Emory at Oxford commencement spent last Friday night with I Foit Jackson, SC..

a friendly manner I wish to challenge the Ad\er- exercises. Mrs. :\ollman.Irs. i

tisement my good competitor had in the BRADFORD I Mr and Mrs. Ben Moxley spent J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. \\'. I Robeit T. Manning, son of Mrs GARDENRestaurant

COUNTY TELEGRAPH t week (June Sth) lie j Saturday to Tuesday in Augur.'a, H. Xollman visited :Mrs. :Miriam V. F Manning of Starke, is completing -

stated that they carried the LARGEST SELECTION of liGa.i visiting their parents. Kickliter and :Miss: Dorothy Kick- his Air Force basic military j i

Shirts in STARKE. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brown and liter in St. Augustine on Sunday. training at Lackland AFB. !

daughters returned to their home Mrs. Joe Gumber underwent i San Antonio, Texas. His training !
After seeing hU ad Ray and I took a luick iiuen- at DeFuniak ,
p Springs on Sunday surgery at St. Vincent's Hospital i is preparing him for entrance in-

tory just to see and \HO found that we have Arrow. 1 t after Mrs. Brown and daughters on Thursday.Miss I, to Air Force technical training or i i ;

Wings, Tulane, Botany Wilson Hros. His: Dad and many : spent the week and :Mr.: Brown Lillian Stump of Starke' for an Air Force duty assignment. i I riu"House of Tomorrow" Cartoon .

others. We sell shirts from $1.23 to $11.93: and our inventory [ the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and. Mrs John W. Griffin of Oxh- I
and Chapter No. 6 SerialL.
shows that we ha\e . i L. A. Davis. locknee Ga. are attending a style I
H. Dukes seaman, USX. i
i Mrs Louise Kite flew to Eliza- show in Atlanta this week. They. Edgar I B. ALVAREZ
of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar! C.I
1056 Short Sleeve Sport Shirts I bethton. Tenn. today to visit Mr. were accompanied by Mrs. Wm i son --- ---
Starke. recently returned -
and Mrs. Edgar Barnes and relatives H. Thompson Jr and two daugh- Dukes of ( Sun. Mon Tues
456 Sleeve Sport Shirts i to Norfolk. Va. aboard the |
I until Tuesday.i ters of :Monticello.: ; June 17 18, 19

. 336 Long Sleeve Dress Shirts i :: Mae Jones, Mrs. Jennie Relatives here received a message -1 i heavy cruiser USS five-month Albany, cruise after I Appetizers .-. Soup or Tomato Juice

:i Mae Petree, and Mrs. Fannie from the Bill Colsons of Tucson completing a

96 Uniform Shirts Wood of Jacksonville were Sun Ariz. that they are vacation I with the 6th Fleet in the Mediter-!i CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS 1.35
After a routine overj j
Work Shirts day guests of Dr and Mrs. W. E. ing in San Diego. Calif. on the ranean.
181 Long Sleeve I j haul. the ship will leave July 8 |
Middlelon. ocean frontALVAREZ' HALF FRIED GUYS AND
84 Short Sleeve Work Shirts I on a Midshipman training cruiseto CHICKEN 1.85 i

102 Boy's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Men's Clothing :: Cuba.ports in Spain, Ireland and I Ii > ROAST PRIME OF RIBSU. I _* DOLLS;

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II Established 1891 Ii I II i ---- II :

Pgt Marklee J. Norman whose S. Choice Meat 2.25

wife lives in 1.>lu",, "One Fropity! : K\ening ( ar
Shirts ,
2311 200 Dozen I
--- Nearly I recently graduated from All Above Served With I toon.

I WE CONTRACT FOR I radio repair course at the Army's TWO --
j Southeastern Signal School. Fort I'I'I L A DAMS
As > ou can !see above \\ e have 2311: shirts for you I
I Gordon. Ga He received train-
to select jour shirt from. ALL TYPES OF BUILDING Wed Thurs.. Fn.
: I I ing in the fundamentals of elect- "
June 20. I. 22:
All I can say is that IF my GOOD COMPETITOR ha*: < ncity and radio, the service and I I -
more shirts than that HE sure i is OVERSTOCKED IN I BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL | repair of radio transmitters and I --- Carte ---

SHIRTS. I receivers. and the use of radio I
PORCHES tetmg equipment Sgt Norman j ji GARDEN SPECIAL STEAK 2.50 ,

i is the son of Mr and Mrs. Leroy I

YOURS. I: FREE ESTIMATES i G Norman of Rt 2. Starke. an3 II | CHARCOAL BROILED I .

I i j I is a 1949 graduate of BHS. i ii With Potatoes and Salad I

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BILL GRAHAM : W. L. THIGPEN JR. [ Charles Knight of Gainesville II | ?

I was a business "visitor in Starke :
I I I'on 2.75 I II' JOHNNY
Phone 297-J Starke. Fla. I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sexton and : U. S. CHOICE Hep Mother Hubhard

j family of Atlanta are spending I With Potatoes and Salad I' i'iu', Old Hickory T\\o Beet
EST. 1S91 t Route 2 Box 245-D
, 1 I this week with Mr. and Mrs. Cal- f'C'j.1JI

kin Johns. I -.
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I Phone Installations S. L. Refroe Enrolled i
Mrs. Chester :Moody: and :Mrs: j ji i their son-in-law and daughter. i in the fields of nu'hc.r.e'

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS .;i George Schaeffer report that they I II FINE LEVEL : Mr and Mrs. C. C. Williams in Boosted At Kingsley In Medical Curriculum i j dentistry-, veterinary man*, :: ,
had a wonderful time at the PTA Biloxi Miss. Mrs. Williams and
I p Under Newest and social work for the .i'- ..-
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 Summer Short Course in Tallahassee children returned home with her! System : Samutl Leon Itenfroe son of,, ,
I at Florida State Univer- parents for a three-week visit. 1 i Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe of' of Southern states that haY :

there. Since .-ity. They drove to Lake City, Ir. and Mrs. Crews also stopped Telohone installations in the! Rt. 'J. Starke. is studing medic-I' institutions offering s :, h p: -
Local Boys And Girls Graduate Marcks graduated I i
I'rom Various High SchoolsSince I these exercises were written up in I I!I where they parked their car, and ,II Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and j I over Monticello to visit their I I Kingsley Lake and Camp ElandI -I!. me at Vanderbilt University-' grams. The regional -'idf.: \ : :

has full in the Telegraph, there is no j j I boarded a chattered bus which son and daughter-m-Iaw. and i I i ing area have jumped by leaps' der provisions of the Southern Regional must pay all fees ,., t\.
Keystone: Heights no i family accompanied by R.
ran from Jacksonville to Talla- : 1..1| Mrs. John F. Crews. i I I and bounds since Education Board's interstate .
into further detail. inauguration of ."
reed to ,
Secondary Schools our boys and go I' Batten of Theressa. attended the I contract pen girls must attend high school in Mary Ann :Morgan: graduatedat I hassee for PTA members. The 'i funeral of Mrs. Fender's uncle. i Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long had as.i a dial system there., H. A. tEudl regional program.The education con tut..'n; I

other places, A number of them the Academy of the Assumption weather was ideal the speakers M. J. Batten, at Green Cove I weekend guest Mrs W. O. Long:I l dy i Bishop of the Starke T< lej -
in Miami last week. From were inspiring the food and Ernest Long Moultne, Ga. :
go to Bradford High School, and appetiz-I' Springs recently. I j phone Co. reported this week.
this year Bobbe Bastedo, Eulie all reports, it was a most impressive ing and the classrooms Mr. and :Mrs. Joseph P Smith Mr. and Mrs. H.1.. Richardehad The dial I

Rushton, Kenny Brice. and Janet ceremony.; conditioned. They were proud to and granddaughter, Karen Fender as guests this week Rich-'I system was installed SAVE INSURANCE '
The only graduation attendedby :note that in the District meeting I all of Orlando spent the arde's sister, Mrs. Annie R. Norman i about three months ago It replaced -: on your
Clay County was the best represented and her grandson Bruce .i a single five party circuit.
your reporter was at the Melrose I after Duval County. Clay' weekend. J. Fender.here with Mr.also and visited Mrs.A. Norman, of Jacksonville, and t i Since then 60 telephones have 20' DISCOUNT ON FIRE ,
High School. It was one of has nine PTA local organizations.and i Mrs. Norman's daughterIrs.. Jo 1 been put on the new system. Bishop -
Mr and Mrs. C. C.
Crosby Bay-
the nicest ceremonies of its kind had ten representatives. Du Hiett said he had orders for 15
COLONIALFLORIST less Hiway, and enjoyed an ice I and daughter of Nashville. I or 30- DISCOUNT ON MOTELS
we had seen for some time. It val, of course, has many more Tenn. 20, more. The new circuits will
was held out-of-doors, in the foot- local So cream supper with Mr. and :Mrs.: handle 1N) phones.
organizations. perhaps :
Earl Goodman I Mis Pauline Rogers and child- 1020'Discount; On Automobiles
ball field. What an improvementover Clay was as well-represented lOne
I feature of the
Sunday dinner guests of the ren of West Palm Beach have new system
auditorium! Rev.
the hot proportionately. Mrs. Schaefferand i I is the
service between
i H. McRaes were Rev. and Mrs. been visiting her brotherinlawand
Malcolm Cole Davis asked the invocation :Mrs.: :Moody: returned Friday !t W. E. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Glen sister Mr. and Mrs. C J. '; the Kingsley Lake area and Buy Mutual/ Insurance And Save
after which Beverly afternoon of last week. En route | Starke. Residents of the Lake
218i Conner and son and :Mrs.: Flor- Johns and her brother and sis- '
Ross, of Melrofe, made her salu- the chartered bus returned I have "
byway to
only dial 0"
I to the ,
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. get
ence Haltiwanger of Jack50m'i1le.Other
tatory address. The speaker of of White Springs, where all Staike operator. Quick Claim Service No Membership Due
the evening, Dr. Phil P. Constans, able to the visitors at the McRae home Dugger.Mr.
) at the Univer- passengers were see 'I Sunday were Mr. and :Mrs.: Ro- and Mrs. Dewitt Sinclair Two Licenced Agents To Serve You
speech professor Foster Memorial, which
short but Stephen bert Taylor and children of 0- have as their guest Mrs. Sinclair's i Prison Diet Shifted I !
of Florida, a
sity gave was the first opportunity some of j I I
FLOWERSFor inspiring talk. Helen Brown of the Jacksonville ladies had had to lustee, Hugh Haltiwanger and mother, Mrs. Z. H. Clark of Moul- [From Beans To Rice
Keystone Heights was the Valedictorian this tourist attraction. son of Jacksonville, Mrs. A F. i
Hall and children of Jacksonville. Mrs R. V. Turner and children, i
All Occasions S. H. Dunn
Principal | The noon "beans" meal of the
Since your correspondent was and Mrs. C. V. Seigler and children I I I2.S
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, :Mr.: Ii
students with
various State 136
presented i Prison rumored to be one AV. Call I Street Phone 2S3
out of town most of last week, she
DISH GARDENS awards andV.. :M.: Thomas, and Mrs. J. W. :McRae: Mr. and spent last Thursday with i i of the causes of the recent riot.
failed to gather much news, or to Mrs. A. R. McRae and son, and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and children at
POTTED PLANTS county superintendent, presented I has been changed according to
harrass people by telephone Lake.
many Kingsley
James M the diplomas. Rev. Russell Young |'an informed source. ..i'Si'.5Zc252.' 25Z525Z 525d525Z2s25'SWhy
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and since most
people are shy I Mis. A. J. Fender and children Mr. and Mrs. L. W Pace had
POTTERY asked the benediction. Those who j i to report voluntarily, thia is a visited :Mrs.: Fender's parents I as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Syrup to go with bread issued.
live here, near-
who or
graduated short column. Perhaps it will be J. L. Hobbs and daughter and and rice instead of beans, are the I gamble?
Mr and :Mrs.: R. L. Batten at The-
Flowers ''VirroAnywhere by, were: Helen Marie Brown, two .
:: Patrick of more interest next week. ressa Thursday of last week. The :Mr: and Mis. J. H. Hagood. all principal changes.j "_ _
E'alynIurl Dykes
Fenders were recent visitors of of Jacksonville.Mrs. This time make sure! I
I Craig Gisson, Richard Gary Logs- .........TT..n.T....... 0 E. Crosby in Jacksonville
don, Jo Ann Ridaught, Gloria,, the Claud Batten family and en- was j Saturday. .

Nona St. Starke I Griffis Triefit. and Helen Virginia 'i joyed an ice cream supper with Wednesday on business 1 I Mrs. Lucian Conner and son Now can buy the
Wimberly Also former residents I CLAY HILL Mr. and11'5.:: Eail Batten last Mr and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield are visiting her brother-in-law you ,

Dolly Ann Alderman and RobertNOW..1956 Saturday.ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTvv. i and Mr and Mis. Milo Seigler and! sister. Mr. and Mrs Ruby J

by Mrs. J. L. Strickland i and family visited at C.impviHe! Callahan in Miami. Quality Gas Water Heater:

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Mi and Mrs. Charles Corbitt AND NEW RIVERMrs. j A .

EVEN MORE' spent and children the weekend and withll's.Betty:: Cartel''I''I : E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I J-r Bicycles. 1 t'\1'

!ritt's: mother Mrs. Earnie Padgett.Mr I : 'oA1YM

WfttlRTmVl. and Mrs. George (Toby) Mr and Mis. Jonnie Andrews and

Onffis were recent guests of To- and family of Dukes Station were

oy s mother and stepfather, the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and : ONLY PERFECTION WATER HEATERS COMBINE ".

Ernie Padgetts.Mr Mrs. Lester Johns. BankedDollars 5 QUALITY FEATURES FOR LONG-LIFE, SURE VALUE: '!
Misses JeanIe Elinore Wi-
and Mrs. Louie Carter were ner of Gainesville spent the weekend 11ft I 1. Choice of glass or bonded-zinc lining protectedby

la' at Doctors Inlet Sunday calling)I with Miss Pearl Lavender.Mr. warrantee! I

N on Mrs. Carter's mother, Mrs. Vi and Mrs. Romey Johns of 'r J 2. All connections welded.! "ocre\ved-in" pipes to

na Fountain.Rev. 1: Jacksonville were Sunday dinner I I.A invite spot corrosion!

Patterson of the Atlantic i i guests of Mrs. Fronie Moody. In 3. All tanks, individually tested, controls tested 3 times!

t aIlu,1 Boulevard Church Jacksonville I i the afternoon they visited with I ; 4. Outside jackets enameled inside and out to halt rust!

:1 Beach, preached for us last Sat-I I their brother, Wesley, and familyin MESSAGE TO 5. Dust free base! -
urday night. His message took Gainesville.
'quite a few of us back to when we I Congratulations toIr.. and -

were younger, for he is a real,] Mrs. Wesley Johns, who have a YOUNG FOLKS ,I

s ,old-time preacher, and no fooling. I II son born last week. I I
3-LEVEL WATER CONTROL Miss Ida Menitt visited her
: He will be with us again on the I I
h of fourth Sunday in June, so be sure niece, Mrs Ted Cook, and fannlY'1[ One of classmates may be able to run faster k.'CVATIC GAS WATER HEATERS -
sates gallons Water on your !
I the first .._ .. ...:_.___
partial wash loads and to come out for a treat. I of Jacksonville Mrs. Cookis than you can. But ride your bicycle, and you can u. .mu.ununununun-m.---u. .;; tJ
week. We regret that 'I
does it automatically. Use i i The Singing Convention met at easily leave him far behind. ift !

only water required for :' Clay Hill Sunday afternoon. Ba-: ill.Mrs.. Tom Hodge! and daughter Banked dollars are like bicycles; they help you $6.00 Down .. $6.00 Per
IMPERIAL" size of wash load. sides those from here there were I im. I
MODEL singers from Oak Grove Long Lucille of Leesburg. and Barney to outdistance people who do not save. Month for 16 Months __ I
I Moody of Lake Wales were bank is really j
Branch, Black Pond, Black [ So putting some money in
Only the RCA WHIRLPOOL Hiikory Grove, Friendship creek'i:: weekend guests of Mrs. O. B. I I using your head to get ahead. Our officers. are f
Creek Church, St. 20 GALLON WATER HEATERFree
Mrs. George Werre and friendly and interested in your success.
these Augustine, and Bradford County 1 Child-I ?
gives you advantages Singing Convention. The next ren of Columbus Ga. spent :: 9

singingwill be at Oak Grove on I: day through Wednesday Hook-up to Gas up to 15 ft. of TubingCOMPANY

Two separate washing actions. NOW ONLY : July 3.Remember. i iI part'nts.11'. and Mrs. Fernie i
Guide lite* control MoodyWe I
Fully-illuminated the Homecoming are glad to report that lit- i
3-Temperature water selection. services at Clay Hill next Sunday. tie Wayne Gibson is back home | FLORIDA BANK <" STARKEfH SLADE

Giant 9-lb. There will be singing and a spec- 122 days in Hope ]
capacit/: after spending
Suds-Miser' saves soap, hot water 1 0% Iso': ial song service in the afternoon [I Heaven Hospital with rheumatic Member Florida National Group ,
:i have your songs ready. Several ,
fever. Starke Florida;
7 Rinses, thorough yet use less water. } .\S\' TERMS : have already spoken to the I I Mr. and Mrs. [annie Raulerson I ,

Porcelain top resists mars and stains. Strickland for a big fat hen to'I I,of Jacksonville and Mrs. Myrtle I II I eZ52525252

$Year parts warranty on transmission. cook for the dinner, so if you like'|I Sapp of Raiford visited their sister -

OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY i,i thicken, come on out.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. ]'i, urday., Mrs. Emily Moody, last Sat- ,

TYV1 I Mr. and :Mrs.: John Dukes were /

I CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV in Gainesville Monday.We .
BAYLESS HMAYBy \ I' are happy to report that rs'S

,,0. B. Moody is doing nicely. He
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Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone Hos- F
\nni Ruth Croiby I is still a patient in Doctors kMt4
239 Starke, Fla. pital. Rf.n 6y'
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I Jacksonville We hope
1 Visitors at the Eddie Norman hospital in i

1I 1------------I home last week were Mr. and I he is soon well again.

Mrs. J. C. Larrimore and Mrs. Lo-
i! I ca Lewis of Starke, and Mr. and .......................* ;

Mrs Edward Raulerson and Mrs. '

:, :: FOR I Rachel Green of Brooker. STATEFARMt 4 s '0?

I Mis. Allen Hall and children
''of Jacksonville Mr Janet Turner
: were visiting By
I r EVERYONE and Mis. L. A. Crosby last Sun- rhone 135-J

I I Model 3804 1-ton, 1081,.." box
and Mrs. Lois Newman's
I were Sunday guests of Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews have
WE NOIli I Take of today'smost
\VE your pick
Mrs Charles Xewmans in Gaines- had as guests this week visitingher ,

.I I die W all new- all modernMterick I ville.Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby who mother is their house Mrs. guest Emma, Mr Rivers.and II modern Pickups !

I Mrs. D. L Shaw of LaCrosse.
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
11 i Mason Elixson, in Lake Butler Charles Henry Rivers of Bobby w They're the champs of the lightweight class,
I III : hoochee. Mr. andIrs.. v
/::1 Sunday. Crews and daughter, and11'. loaded with the kind of features that pay off in
I :Mrs.: Austin Fender and Mrs.
PRINTED and Mrs. Bill Atwood and son, fast-working efficiency on any job!
J. P. Smith of Orlando were visit-
all Jacksonville, :Miss: Odessa
;I 1 PATTERNS I ing in our community last Sun- ,i Thomas of Lake City, Mrs. Hes A Under the hood you've got Chevy's famous

day.Mrs. ter Thomas, Mrs. Fronie Clemons, Thriftmaster 6 engine, the work-horse of the
FEATURING their Famous Line of & Geneva Johnson and j all of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.
QUICK I industry! Or, optional at extra cost, an ultra
.1 daughter, Jean, of Waldo, Mis. Model 3104 ?-ton, 78V box
.x. r. W. S. Rivers and family of Dot-
EASY patterns with up-to-the-minute Ray Griffis, and Mrs Clifton..I han, Ala Mrs. Rivers was accompanied short-stroke. You get Ball-Gear Steering, High-

+t 1 .- Grifis of Statke were visiting to her home in Auburn- '..; Level ventilation, concealed Safety Steps and

:1: styling Miss Anna Ruth Crosby last Monday I. the W. S. Rivers '
by family.I ,. Work Styling! You get grain-tight tailgate, flat-
I II night. I
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
)ledged side panels and low platform for
The young people of Bayless have as their guests this week a easy

I COME SEE,a wide selection in Hiway Baptist Church had a Mrs. C. M. Turney of Dallas, Texas. -" # loading! Stop by for details on today's best

weiner roast last Saturday nightat Mrs. Turney has been visiting -
Smart :Misses Fashions Kingsley Lake. About 30 at- Pickup buy
in Ft. Lauderdale and Fruit-
I I tended. I land Park and is stopping over '
Terrific Teen-Age Styles Church services, morning and New Chevrolet
to visit her many friends here,
evening, same time as always. I where she was a former residentI
I Cute & Practical Children's Clothes I II
Sunday School at 10 a. m.. and I and Mrs. R. McLendon boxTask..Force Pickups !

'Wonderful Separates t BTU at 7; p. m Prayer Meeting I i have as their guest their niece Model 3204 t.;-ton, 90"

I I' I II every Wednesday night at 8 p.m I Miss Kay Cogdill of St. Marks.

I Mr and :Mrs.: J. C. Wallace had mI i

I THAT'S RIGHT. I as their guest Wednesday night t
FOR DEPENDABLE | of last week R. A. Wells and

A Pattern for ,'. I daughter. Maryand Mrs. Dan ,
I : ) Bryant and :Miss: Pattie Lang of
EVERY NEED Termite Control i i JacksonnlIeliss:: Lang remained -

I to visit with her uncle and
EVERY TASTE I Grove Spraying ', aunt. She has been attending

I I. Household & CommercialCall I Sienna Heights School fin Michigan -

I the past year. :\1r.1] and Mrs
FK. 6-6035 I] Wallace accompanied their niece Model 36044ton, 90" box Cameo Carrier sharpest Pickup on the road

I i to Lake Worth last weekend to

I Florida Pest Control attend the graduation of another

: I i'neceliss:: :Mary: : Lang.
& Chemical Co.
LIIi 1 1I I :I Mrs. H. D. Starling and daughter. RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO.

I i :24 X. W. 16th Ave Sylvia were confined to
Bradford County Hospital where
i Galaestffle, Florida
.I both underwent tonsilectomieslast

pIIINT t0 IN U f 4. ... ... ..... !I Fet Control Friday West Call St. Starke, Fla.PA Phone 111

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Jl'XE 13.: 1936 .
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Dick St Johns also used the\ :\of Ice To Appear I \ 'ii ar-' required' : to serve a c 'pynf = -
ones. | To. \\'e>:icy UadU! otiose residence your answer or pleading t the I \
mower on their pastures. Jesse New Jersey and | (, on the Plaintiff At 'r-
I am out on the sun porch again i is Faramus. complaint I
: in has a new Penacola Bahia pasture ttho!,e address is Terhune A\'enue.\I\ neyLoulg io'iiwrpI
The wrens are nesting LMramus. New Jersey | T. Ransom. 316 Trite1-: 'n-
T t the boxes and sing from morning and to give the grass plenty I You are hereby notified that a al Building Ja'ks'nville :, 1':.1 \
until night What a happy sere- of growing room and sun light: 1 1 nut fur divorce :and file the original In the office of
I has been filed again you In the i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,
..it nade. How can one ever be sad he is mowing weeds.I ab,,to namtd Court and cause and |I or before the J day cf' J-\: : ,
The iris and N G Jr I and you are required to serve acopy ,I 1956; otherwise the allegation of -
these June days came upon Hayes
will be taken ai
I of answer or pleading to said Complaint
peonies here are blooming, and disking out the sled doves in hisdadd.v's the complaint on the Plaintiff ,confessed by you. I .. 36 MONTHLY l'AYMENTS 10,11c600 !
w It. C. Va1 Ccaw urgeasAla Attorney
r 'the songs of the birds my days tobacco patch. He stop- lot Gainesville Florida I, each week for fire coni-
------DOHCA P4EBR.- ire heavenly When days are longI ped at the end of a row wiped and file the original in the office of I'tive weeks! In the Bradford County :

Oo not work fast I just work the dust out of his eyes, and we 1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or i I Telegraph.Dated this 6 day of June I?""',, 36 MONTMLY I'AYMENTS2017
before the 25:! day of Juno, 1J06.th : : i
NTiemn the gulden dajs passSwiftly M\ rawbernes are npe now I leisurely and enjoy the summer discussed the irrigation system ,.<> I Clerk of the Circuit CoUrlRy
and the long days fur and I am selling them. I am freezing daI' like to sit out on a bench that they have put in. Bee feels I.Complaint will be taken as- confessed Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk
each and to sit : about their irrigation by you. 6S it 6, 23 $2500.00
II.e are 1.1and. full of dn-am"1 10 quarts for two in the patio breezyway good system This notice shall be published once
Those who trust in the Lord neighbors, and do notant any and relax to dream. I like to I each week for four con!-ecuti\e ,I I
I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 110 Circuit Court Bradford County,
are like Mount Zion, I to go to waste. I have such a think of all people I have known : He said at least we wont have graph. I Florida: In ('banrrrrU. ,

Which cannot be moved, but abides large patch and the berries are the places I have lived and to to gamble on the rains to makea I Dated this :2!? day of May 1936:; I>. Koon. Plaintiff Defendant ys. Thelma .f
II Charles A. Darby Karline Koon
fore\er. large, red, and sweet. We do enjoy whisper a prayer for all. crop this year. (Official Clerk Seal) of the Circuit Court. I Case No Ifl-UTS
As the mountains are round about them. The rest of my gardenis Yesterday I baked bread and Don Champion, Farm Foresterfor By Marian L. CroslJDf'puty Clt'rkI ;Order of PubiloallnD and :Notice to II
Appear !tale of Florida lo: II i Put Off
Jerusalem, all growing nicely My Irish I rolls. Today I hanged the bed Bradford County, says that I 5/15:; 4t 6/15 I I Thelma Uarline I. non. whose Why a a a ,

So is the Lord round about his I potatoes are in bloom. Won't be linen and dusted up the house and the Farm Foresters and management I %(1TICE T(, APPKtR 'i residence are' and required address to is-: appear('nknown.You on. i ii ,, I l' I

people. I long until we can have new ones mopped. Life is so good that :'I personnel of the Florida In rirrott Toort. Bradford ('OD..y, ,July I, 1952 in the abuse named 'f"
forth and for want to be out on a' Florida In rhanrrrrIlKhani 'Court and cause, \\lurcin plaintiff ,
From this time to eat. I have sweet potatoes out sometimes I Forest Service spent Wednesday henry Bradford Plaintiff. seeks divorce, care, custody and c< ntiol -
evermore. this year again. Raised enoughlast hilltop where I could shout. i! touring Bradford County. The \'''. Arleene Louise Bradford, Defendant of minor children '! Needed Repairs Paint Your House

Psalm 123; to supply us all winter "Whoopee!" Instead, I look up first stop was made at J. T- Pre- I Bradford County Telegraph shall
year I I Case No. 10-1532 publish this Order in next four
I and they did not rot. shrivzel or at the sky I watch the fleecy vatt's place near Lawtey and hisselective Notice! To Appears weekly issues. Add Room Screen Porches
There is one I I ToArleene Louise Tiradford I Witness my hand and official a
I love the Psalms clowds and say. "Thank the God gun farming operation
I' lose a one. I have the poles up who'-e residence and address is: 2fWoodlmry >;; seal I at Slarke, Florida this May 2":;. ':
to fit every need and mood. David I to my pole beans. I have okra for life and happiness. was discussed. Other stops were I Terrace Thorofare, ;New [1956. I II BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING
the writer of the Psalms had and chard : made at Maurice Edwards Sr Jersey. :I(OFFICIAL SEAL) -
No living I growing nicely swiss The present is born of yester- ,I You are hereby notified that a I! Charles A. Darby FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER
his troubles and! trials. I hope to have a nice lot of cucumbers pine plantation and at tbe Lot quit for As Clerk of said' Court.
being escapes on this earth. day: Ensey woodslands just south of 'I as the vines are very 'I' Xach H Douglas, 503 Lynch Build-
shades its shines its sorlow. of n :'iic.i
If we are the ones who trust in nice We like cucumber relish. Its Starke. The last stop was at the ; Ins 1 I., 0'1\ ril. d against )"'I In the IHK':, J.n kson\ille.! Fla. LABOR AND
the Lord we can be happy soon An old lady, very dear soul, gave I I Keystone Ranch and AirparK : abase; nunid Cumt and cause aid Attvs. f..r I'lf C 1 4t 6'22 MATERIALS

again, for the Lord is around'I me the recipe here in town. She Are blended in the living day i where a community forest project -
his A parent of tomorrow.For i \being established. Applications Our Office No ObligationStore
own.Last is :;
week we buried a man'I has used CrCTMBEK it many years.RELIMI I I I' we know not what tomor- !I i This is the first field trip the HEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100< -- $300
of 61. He was a carpenter. His 1 row may unfold, Hours: Open 7:00: Till 3:30Monday:; :: Through
Farm Foresters of the State have
12 large cucumbers, 5 green Or where the road yet untrod Friday. Close Noon on Saturday
wife had died 17 years ago and COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL
peppers, 12 onions Run these I made, observing the different PROMPT -
he reared five children all alone. may lead.

derful Ills neighbors neighbor called and him father.a won-He drain.through the food chopper and Time bold.and tide mOWS onwardever I farms forestry of practices Bradford.on the small MARION FINANCE CO., Inc.21S ; STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

had finished putting the shingles," Add to above mixture, 3 cups With no succession in their daily :OTICK: ')'0 APPUtU ,

on a big barn. He was taking off vinegar, salt to taste and a dash speed. I In(-(Irruit: In(Court Chancery llraiiford. (.'''UDt"urlda ,, \V. University A> e. Phone FRG-5333 I PHONE 333 or 43

the cleats on the roof as he went I of celery seed. Boil one-half hour Bye now and be happy, each riantht: :M. !tad Ie>', I'ldllllllt.! \s Gainesville, Fla. !
I and seal in sterilized jars while of this summer. I \\'i'-le>' ] ade! >, Defendant. -
The last one yon -
down. gave way
i Case ;No 10'1 libo
!!'hot. I all
God bless you
and let him fall to the scaffold< I
below and then hurtled down a- i!I This is good with meat vegetables LOVE LURA

bont 40 feet in all to the ground. I i or any way you care to
Don rushed him to the hospital i i eat it. I like it on hamburgers. !I

in the new ambulance, but he died Helpful Hints. Do you collect slstaoa Let the great taste of Coke put your family at itssparkling
before Don returned home. I took cook books I do for a hobby. We :

the rail. His chest was crushed I eat grapefruit every morning and I
\\' have had three other funerals : have had not a cold for over a'I

in ten djvs So we have been : year. In the winter we eat them l

busy fresh, now we eat the canned ; = OUBSOlOURSTREiGTH5Soil ) : I

NEWSBy Conservation sI

Bill Ilya.

HUNDREDSof i Soil Couteriation Service


details are managed and economic- I J. B. White, Supervisor for the

ally attended that only a trained and Bradford Soil Conservation Dis-I I
tri t, used the district's grain !
careful organization can attend when

the need for sem"r ?Ie at drill to plant millet for summer ,............ .......,..........
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urgent Marco the .... ,. .
pasture. I saw Dr. .. w. -- .. .. .' .' :; .: .....

hand. ,, other he planted day and is coming he said up the and millet doing : ,., : :.: .: ':.::: :.: :....> .:.:;...:..;:.:::\: ::.:::..::: ",:

fine. .... .' . +
Complete soil and water <, >n
I' servation farm plans were received .

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. : for J. J. Cowart, R .y Cie ;M. '

mons, and Leaton Morgan Sii : '
Funeral Director Ambulance Service ;i :
i i These farm plans show the di' i : ." ....

Our local funeral home enables tu to offer convenience sad : ferent fields, their location :md sstfc a :j >' .. +, t

services not otherwise available the crops planted in them besides '* .. .. .
t' many other features that >,,> .
--- --- help the farmer use his land within p ? "
I .
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We tumuli the highest type service at lowest prices ana its capability. pvj:

accept ANY We \Insurance policy In rorc.a by ANY I Paul Faulkner used the Pnti +

company: as payment in part or in full on a funeral ict's uilocvile mower to control : ,,; ..
I the \\edon his pemianenpustule "
Consultation earrlei no obligation js ': .
: Jesse; ; Newsome and! ;.r.: ".'. -r-:

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and pep you up. I I ..\Vittiemy ham and official '!' issues. Dated this 01 day of :May! IJ',6. To: Cpl. Arthur L. Droskey.RA .IIOTI(,.. TO .\PPF(.
7. Cook milk dishes at low temperature = al at't..rb.e.: FloriJd, th.s May 15, (Oifui.il seal) Charlri A Darby : ; .....-
195(&. j Witness my hand and official
:246-30-745. whose residence
Home Demonstration Clerk of the Circuit Tnu'tBy In Circuit Court. Bradford C.ianlrFlorida
always for they are protein official Seal) Charles A. Darby, I seal at Starke Florida this :Marian! L. .
May Crosby. Deputy Clerk and address is Co. B EBA, APO : In 4 hanrrrr.FTnla '
t' in nature and require low As Clerk of said Court. 6. S'lt .6 JJSftTICF I Mae A hl..v William, It.ff. -
; ;) Notes 1:')' :Marian! I. Crosby. Deputy Clerk IT, 1956. I 800 New York. X. Y. \'- Rufus %Villian!,. Sr, r,,....
heat for best texture and flavor. ,
:Martin! J. Pearl 206 Smith I 1
J : Building (IOFFWI.T.1. ) OF IMF.NTIO: % TO I dant {'asel': i .. '
8. Check over your meals. Do you :i,ksmiMlle, Florida.I CHAKI.KS A. DAP.BY. nE:(;!" IF.lt: I'U"IIIWIII.: .' I You are hcroby notified that suit :':\olli-r T. Appear:
V byDOROTHY I I I Altfor Pit. 5/23 4t 6/13 As Clerk of said Court forDivorce
include enough milk' Science has Notice is hereby given that theundl'rslgrled. Tonnfn: :" William Sr wi 1
) By Marian L. Crosby Dept. Clerk under the provisionsof care. custody and con- re-idrn. e ahd address 10 Tik
Lt? f'l flOSS that we never the :\(J nfl 10 .ti'Fctn 1 I .
; proven outgrow lion. Chas R. He"s. 204-05 GuarantyLife Chapter 20,953.: I.aws of Florida. t..ul ary support of minor child You are hereby notified thai .1suit
II. ( Irruit ( rt. lirndturd Couiilt,
i will
Acts of 1941 register with the divk.reehas
.2(1 need for milk. IJuildmp. Jacksonville. Fla. f.n
/ Home
= Demonstration Agent ; Florida: In ('baac ry. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and has been filed against you In the
Attys. for Plf. 5 :25! -tj. 6 15OTUF. been filed against you In t-
Louis Clal..nl''Iamllff., : above named Court and and
I Im".mEnd I vs An- I tor Bradford County State of Florida -, cause an" caii<.. 1
I I J OU'LL; LOVE the new E->ter- t-.ni-j Cialune, Defendant. I upon receipt of p-oof of publication -;: you are required to sera ropy of you above named to serve a. CUPIf h
Case No. 10-1362:; of this notice, the fictitious your answer or pleading to the complaint are required
brook fountain in ; I answer or pleading t-;
purse-size pens %OtiC To on the pialntlff'o AttorneyVliiarnt your
tppear of Starke Auto Sales .
name ,
Kot I of ToiitatiM's Seal and freeze. CIrcuit Court. Ilradford Conatr.V'lorlda t'mnlaint on the Plaintiff'1 Att.j--
pastel shades. Only S'1.58 at Bradford i To: Antonio Oalone \\ho-c reMdfine : In I'hunrery.Kit uhii-h we are engaged in )businessat \ i Full P. O Cox 185.Starke. K.uhen Schwartz. ';l" Pr '. "
Seveial people in the county I On-the-cob. Select same as for Telegraph.o1IE and address is- :zl-j: 1'Jth St.L.ong .. hola>- J. \'itacco. Plaintiff. \.=. I r.2S South Walnut !;t. Starke Ela. Florida sional Building Jacksonville :. .
County bland City. =--. Y. 1-;. P. Hammond. P. O. Box 1107. I and file the original In the office of ..
have asked about the tomatoesin whole-kernel sweet corn. Husk, 1 CltMiiulr :Mitarin.. Defendant the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,.and file the original In the ''f'
You are hereby) notified that a Starke Fla., sole owner. on or
I CaSt1'. 10-1600 of the Clerk of the Circuit Cou-:
their garden rotting on the I remove silk. wash. and SOl tears :> TO AI'I'KUl Mm for divorce :\otlre To AppearTo I Stark) ,'. Fla. and :Marvin! A. I'rqu- : before the 25 day of June 1956; or before the

bottom side or blossom-end. This according to size. la Circuit Court. HrlKllurd ('(lUDlY'1t'l"rlola I has been filed against you in the I : Eleanore M. Vitacco whose hart, P. O. Dos 24S Starke. Fla., otherwise the allegations of said I 23:; day of June. 193:
blossom- : *" : In Cunnrrry. I above named Court and cause and resident and address is: .170 East ,sole owners. \Complaint will be taken as confessed otherwise the allegations of j...'1
is a .ondition known as I Heat in boiling \ ater-: Paul E. Holsinger. Plaintiff vs. I and you are required to serve a 96th Street, Porookl'II.ew York. Dated this 22nd day of May. A.D., by you. Complaint will be taken as cone.pol .<--
first appear copy of your answer or pleading to l36; at Starke, Bradford County. This notice shall
end tot. The symptons Small ears <(1 and one-fouith inches Bessie Lee Holsinger, Defendant. You are hereby notified that a i I oe publishedonce by you.
areas at the complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney suit for divorce, care, custody and _ 6/1 4t 622OTI'B :!:: each week for four cons /cu'tie This notice shall be publ'she.l!:
as water-soaked or less in diameter I 7 min Case No. 10-1543 i H. r Baldwin 1'. o. BOX control of minor child week In the Bradford County ,ince each week for four conseo."rReeks

the blossom end of the fruit, later utes. Medium ears ((1 and one Nolii-p To AppearTo I 104 Gainesville. Florida Baa been filed against you in the Telegraph. In the BRADFORD COUNTY
I and file he the office of I 10 4PPF.UI
black or brownish Bessie Lee Holsinger. original in above named Court and cause and I! Dated this :L'2: day of May. 1956 TF.I.EORAPH
as a leathery fourth to 1 and one-half inchesin : I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or you are required to serve a copy of I In Circuit Court. Bradford lounly I'ate-l th.- -" ilav of :May 1"-
lot. In some cases no symptoms diameter) 9 minutes. Large I whose residence is Hampton, Va., before the 25! day of June 1956: your answer or pleading to the i Florida: In ('hanvrrj, I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chanei A. DarbyClerk (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daily
otherwise the allegations of said Sybil F. Davis. Plaintiff, n. Henry of the Circuit Court
complaint on the Plaintiff* Clerk of the Circuit Court
be seen on the outside ears (over 1 and one-half inchesin and whose address is: co Woolworth Complaint will be Defendant. i Ry :Marian! L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
can taken as confessed .Attnrnev William. n. :Morgan! Zfi: I" Da\is. I'.v SI.ir.an:: ; L Crosby Deputy ck:
but if the fruit is cut open a' diameter). 11 minutes :5) & lOc Store. Hampton by you. 'ltrk Building: Ju. k-.milU-:!, Case Xo. 10-1346 52":! ; 4t 61": 5/i::;; it c I
is This notice shall be published once Florid j I >: tlcr To Appear
small brownish coiky area Cool promptly in cold water and Va. each week for four consecutive I '' To. Henry F. Davjs. whose re-.- ----- -
the center. drain You are hereby notified that a suit weeks) in the Bradford County Tele and ft* the original In the office of'
found Bloss in m-t'nd rot Ls caused bya I Pack ears into containers or for been divorcehas filed against you In the i graph.Dated this 22 day of May. 1956. the or before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on ]I I .Y"U, Norfolk are hereby, Virginia.notified that a \
\1 I IOwn
but severe water above named Court and cause and I I (Official seal) Charles A. lJarb}, ? day of July U'j6: ; : suit for divorce BE INDEPENDENT I
temporary of alC
in moisturevaporresistantmaterial.
of otherwise the allegations :
a whole. I wrap you are required to serve a copy Clerk of the Circuit Court. I lias been filed against you in the .
as Complaint will re taken as confess- |!
shortage in the plant Seal and freeze.Iairy I your answer or pleading to the Iy! Marian L. Cros-by, Deputy Clerk dL above named Court and cause and
m a rapid withdrawalof complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney 0/23;; it 6/13;; by you i and >ou are required to serve acopy I
resulting Month This notice hall be publishedonce ,
from the fruit. It ha? i I William D Morgan, 507 Clark'I i each week for four consecutive! I of your answer or pleading to Your Own Business!
water rot June is National Dairy month. Building, Jacksonville :2, Florida weeks In the Bradford County Teletr the complaint on the Plaintiffs :I IAttorney
noted that tlossom-end: I i OTICE TO API-FAR I i Gerald U Hart, 501
been Here are some facts about milk I and file the nrlelnal in the office In { in-uIt ('. Bradford ', nh '
prevalent during Court on .urt.. C'vunty Dated this 6 day of June 1936.;; I Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 2. Fla.
is always more of for you to consider. of the Clerk of the Circuit I Florida: In {Chnnrrr I (OFFICIAL.SKAL: ) Charted A. Uaroj and file the original in the office of I
relation of June,
weather. and the lor before the 2.:> day Thomas II. O'Brien, 1'laintiff. n. Clerk of the Circuit Court thc Clerk of the Circuit Court on or i
dry to fertization and soil 1. Milk is the chief supplier of 1 1356;; ; otherwise the allegation of I'aulme P.urkle O'linen, Dy Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I before the 25;) day of June 193: I
the plant calcium in the daily diet. said Complaint will be taken as I I' Case =--Defendolnt.1 G'S 4t 6/29:! otherwise the allegations of said
conditions. (confessed by you. Antler To Apprari .Complaint will be taken as confessed FIRESTONE HAS SEVERAL
moisture conditions 2 Research has proven it is almost !- This notice shall be published To: Pauline rurkle) '[; i by you.

Improving:: practical impossible to meet thebodv's I'once each week for four consecutive rcMdrme and address is: 1"1I"nQwn.) i 'O'Ii( i B or ivi I\IION 10 i; This notice shall be published once I,
soil is the only Bradford County Tele- I Vou are hereby notified nat a !I CHOICE LOCATIONS AVAILABLENo
in the unless milkin .. weeks in the HI.I.IMKH: : IIIIIIOIV i 'SiP each week for four eon "clllt\'e
calcium I
for preventing this trouble graph. suit for :Notice i'. hereby !given that the I I weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
remedy some form is included each ,, Dated this 17 day of May 19.16.': Divorcehas undersigned i tinder the pioviMons of i graph. !'
now. Seal) Charles A. Darby been filed against you In the Chapter :20.! '3S.: I.ans of FhriJa'j Dated this 17 day of :May! 1936. '
t'rffZI'.t't CAIrn day. I (Official Clerk of the Circuit Court I II [' above named Court and cause and Act of 1941. will register \\ I IClerk [(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby ': Experience Necessary
lIut II and Clerk you are required to serve a copy of Circuit Court in and Clerk of the Circuit Court.
3.liIk is easily digested :Marian! L. Crosby. Deputy I of the
Whole-kernel and creamstyle.Select of milk I I RY 525; 4t 6 laOTICI I;I your answer or pleading to the. for Bradford ('nil 111)'. State of Flor- Ey Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Complete Training Program at Xo Cost to you .
One complaint PUInMff'
in calories. glass on the
low i
ears with tender kernels has only 180 caloiies and gives I I i -- .1. Attotr.t-y Samuel V. llolch. r. O. ida.; upon of receipt tin notice of proof. the of fictitiousname publication -I 5/25 4t 6/15 I Trained experts: help you open your store work

and thin. sweet milk. and you protein. vitamins. mineralsand :\ : TO APIM\K i iI I and l'u347 file the, Ujviuiia original Heath:In tile Florida office, of Fusine Aids, under whiiht 332X. ,I I In Circuit Court. Bradford County with you throughout the year.
silk. Cwimty
Husk ears lemove that 1111 Imiil ( urt. Bradford ;of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on. "t- engaged in business at I I Florida: In Chancery.
flavor Compare I Starke. Fla.
in boiling good Flnrldn; In Cttnartrf.George : before 9 of I : Ti-mple
i or the d.IY July,
Heat ears
wash th corn. Plaintiff vs.V.ntrude Marguerite Hall 803;; W. LafayetteSt Daniel L. Austin Plaintiff vs. ,
(350! calories) Johanesen
of ( : laib nthrrni-e
to serving pie allegation of
a ; Investment
fort minutes Start Defendant. I II Starke, Fla. one-half jnter..t.Onota i
!: water calories and : : Johanesen :said Complaint \\"11be\ taken as i Stella F. Austin Defendant.: ,
is which gives you Only Case No. 10-1343 ; T. I'eyton P.oute 1. Starke.Fla .
counting time when the corn very little food value. I I.Nvtlrr: To .\pl.ar| I confessed This notice by you.hall ke publish :' ., one-half interest.ruateti :' Case No. 10-1554;:; :16 Complete Departments o'er1,000 selected

put in the boiling water. Remove !i Tn: Gertrude Johanesen whose I once each week for four<< consecutive this Sth day of June AD. ;Order Of .'uhlir.lI..nnd :\otire To items: for the home and car Fast Turnover
The food value of milk is address is: 218: Fir.tAvenuP. IV.fi.;; at Starke! Bradford Count v.Florida. .1
cool promptly in cold 4. : residence and weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph Anprar; 'lair Of Florida lo:
corn and Island 6 '8 4t 6 29 High-Profit Margins !smaller investment -
Long plus mean
Jefferson. '
lengthof high Therefore it is a good buy I I Stella F. Austin, whose residence -:
vvatei for about the same I I New- York. Dated this 1 day of June 1936.;; for
tune Drain. anytime. Any kind of milk fresh. I! You are hereby notified that a (II OKKUMAl.: Al.) :\OTH'I. 10 A I'planla 'I and address is 1211 Apple you.
or suit for divorce Charles" A. fin-alt ( ...rt.. Ilrad'ord County, St. Delaware.You .
ker- whole or skimmed evaporated Darby.t'lerk 1 Wilmington,
For whole-kernel corn. cut '! filed against you In the'alx'Nf Flnridnt In < himrrry.Ksther I
tas! been of the Circuit Court
about twothirdsthe dried is as good as the other as naiiird Court and cause and [ Mai I Louise Ppivey Plaintiff. v". are required to appear on I i Proved Merchandising Advertising
nels from cob at Py MII U CioSlDeputy Clerk ,
to serve a copy of I [ Felt on Forest :Spixev.. efend.int. June 2">, 1936, in the above
concerned. required
depth of the kernels. For far as nutrition is :your)ou are answer or pleading to the com- I 6/S It U/29: Case No. 10-1390: Court and (cause wherein plaintiff Newspaper Radio Direct Mail Advertising tail-
Children needt glasses ((1 I seeks divorce.
5. Attorney
Plaintiffs 1'0pal'ar
cream-style corn, cut corn from, ) of milk daily. Adolescentsneed pUmt William on the P. Morgan. 507 Clark Orilrr Of .....bU..DII..nnd :>ollrr Tu I To: F..ltrrn Forest Spivey.ho=e P.radrora county 'telegraph shall! j or-made to your needs by our experts. Tested and I

the cob at about the center of quart 2 to r.uildingr Jacksonville :, Fla. I Appear State of Florida To rt-sidrm and address is: ITnknown. I publish this Order in next four i. Proved Firestone; shares the cost.
4 to 6 glasses adults oftice of Florida; In (banrery. notified that suit
the kernels. Scrape the cobs with and file the original in the I You are hereby << a I I weekly Issues.
3 glasses. and oldsters 3 to 4 glasses. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Ira E Thomason Plaintiff, vs. for divorce and restoration of I Imaido.n Witness mr hand and offMal seal |
the hack of the knife to remove
has itsshart' before the Bernu-e J. Thomason Defendant. name at Staiko; Florida thi* May 22, : Valuable Franchise
the juice and the heait of the 1 Be sure your family 23 day of June, 19:;&; I has been filed against you in the I I 19:>6. : For further information on the Most
I IP.lI'k otherwise the allegations ot said Case No. 10-1547 above named Court and cause and
kernel. < Complaint will be taken as con- Order of Publication and :Notice To you are required to serve a copy of (OFFICIAL\ SEAL) Charles! A. iarbyi, in America Today, Phone or Write Mr. II. J
Drink milk daily. It is a "Nai air-wer or pleading to the I As Clerk of aid Court. i i iOw
into containers leaving 6. I your
corn fessed oy you. Appear; Male of Florida To: Scott District
shall be published complaint on the Plaintiff'.oltorn..v I Marian T. Cr'hy. Deputy Clerk : Manager.
one-half inch head space rn al" to help ward off fatigue I once This each notice week for four consecutive I Bernice J. Thomason whose Joseph K. Skipper. 221 Florida I I Chasr. R. Hess. !U Guaranty Life I

weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I residence and address is: Un- I Title Buildinir._. Jacksonville 2.!V L-ldg., Jacksonville, Fl*. I
Florida, Attys. for Plf. r 2.-j; 4t 6'15 ,
r- I I graph.Paled this 17 day (if May 10u:; known. I I and file the original! in the office The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company
(OFFICIALSEAL) Chattel A. Darby You are required to appear on ff the Clerk of the Circuit Court nn OTIt'E TO trpKtn
That's Our Business I I Clerk of the Circuit Court Jmif 21, ujfi.: in thr al.\'I' named i err liPfore] the 9 lav of Julv In Circuit Court Bradford County
By: :Marian! L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk i Court and cause wherein plaintiff |I r.-'iO: ;; othrriMS'' the allegations of Florida In 4 hanrrry.Baibaia 116 Lee Street t Phone Elgin 11115

s If It's Glass We Have It! __ 5/23 4t 6. 1ircuh I j seeks divorce custody and con- I aid Complaint hv.11 mil. be taken asc..nf".d I Ann Bioskev, Plaintiff

VISIT ,| trol of minor child. Bradford V Tin notoe' Mnlltf\ pnl,1ih'idon vs Aithnt Lv Broskev Defendant Jacksomille Fla.
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At TheTabernacle VTTWTTVTTVTVTVTVTTTVTTTGRIFF1S :I .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER I 1 I r--NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED-I I Cities Get $4,689 : Government Insurance he ceivedThe will lose some monthly paj-

Mr and Mrs Paul Kreft, Catneial LOOP ( : CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I I II In Cigarette Taxes Benefits 70 MillionThe I Gainesville siuial security

office 15: 11'atl',1 t Ix N'\V 1st St.
: Caravan Missionaries ot By Sirs. Lois ColemanMr. By Ozora J. Shell I Towns in the v.emity of Bradford Gainesville social security

Antioch, ILL. brought a sacred I By Mrs. E. B. Castlen! County received $4,6s9 as i: office says that over 70 million I i!
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& I ununer Enrollment IncreasesThe Reno Lawtey Hampton. water-I their share of the cigarette tax insured under the1'
concert and spiritual to I people are now
message ..&&.&&.& second week of the summer I oak and Lincoln City FRIGIDAIRETHE
the Tabernacle and Mrs. Morgan Harper .A4&&AA&&A.1 collected in April. the State Beverage Federal social security program
last Friday night.
I activity shows an in-I enrolled with the $1
I program membershipfor
have returned home from a CorlHt-Thomas WeddingMiss Dept. reported this week Therefore it is important that
assisted by M. M. Blackman Jr. Janet Thomas. 'I crease of more than 30 pupils at I 1956. Your or.tnbutions are '
month's visit in Jacksonville. Doris The cities receive ail of the I I the Social Security Administrat- nEST.K. OWX
of Lake Butler. Mr. Kreft also ,i Mary Padgett of Brooker was daughter of Mr and Mrs Benny :RJE school and approximately the I needed to help us reach our quota five cents a pack tax collected I i ion be notified when a worker NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION

brought the message Sunday the Sunday guest of Amelia Cole- Thomas of Brooker, and Sgt. Wil- I same number at Lawtey Training for this year. LETS ANSWER within their borders. I,I I, dies: retires between ages 65: :

morning. tur Gene Corbett. son of Mr. and i school. Principals Anderson and | THE CALL! 74 or 25-W Starke netted $:'-.G:;;. the lar- I and 72: and when he reaches age RANGESWATER
Tonight (Friday) Miss Phillis !i man.Mr.. and Mrs. Willie Green visit- I Mrs. Elam Corbett of Lake City I'Thompkma are pleased with the ('In'Unl"F.WS: gest of any nearby community. 72 regardless of retirement.A HEATERSAIR
made in I! New :\[1.'ernon
being swimming Methodist
progress I
Martin of Lawtey home on fur- were united in marriage at S (I Other amounts were Brooker. person does not need to retire
ed .
in Bunnell last
Saturday.Mr. to this date. Parents. as well as Church I CONDITIONERS
lough from four years of service : p. in. on May 31 in the Pine Level | at Brooker. Rev. L. C. $127; Hampton $5;; Lake Butler. I after age 72 to collect social se-
and Mrs. N. C. Coleman and school children. are invited to accompany Cohen WASHERS & DRYERSGet
Hall regular services -
Rev. E.
in Quito. Ecuadro, will show col- Baptist Church. W. : S391; Lawtey $272: Keystone curity payments but he does
ored slides and tell of her inter : childrenisited Mrs. W. A. Fowler performed the double ring cere- i their children to the lake I all day Sunday. This was Heights. $556.Filmed have to file an application for ii-
and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and the swimming Children's The For Less
Wynn participate in j Day and all the youth
esting experiences with the peo- mony. I these benefits. That is true also
in Alma, Ga. last I The recreation honored.
Friday.Mr. were
pie in that country. Miss Martin Baskets of white gladioli and Sunday was Musical Set for both retirement benefits! and' AtSmith's
was acquainted with the five ) and Mrs. Willie Green had gardenias, lighted tapers and I on swimming days at Lake whitte-I conducted at 10 a. m. by supt. I, survivor benefits.

Missionaries who lost their lives!' a3 Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. palms decorated the church. Tony I:more on Monday, B. J. Kelly. The Children's Day For Florida TheatreThe I Payments do not start auto- .

r in the Ecuadorean Jungle several: Lyle C. Blow of Orlando and Mrs. Gonzalez of Starke played the'Friday include Softball, badminton, program was conducted by Supt \ matically.; If a person delays GarageFRIGIDAIRE
Strickland horseshoes, volley ball bingo, Kelly with most of the scholarspariiipatmg.
months ago. Coy of Elero.Mr. traditional wedding marches and I film version of the Broadway more than 12 months after he'
and Mrs. Ralph Gainey haveas dommmoes. checkers and scrabble. I At 3:30 m. the musical, and Dolls., : '
p. "Guys
Mr. and Mrs. Kreft will be pre- : sang "I Love You Truly" and 0 could become entitled to payment. :
sent also with special music on house guests this week :Mrs. Promise Me." I Ice cold soft drinka for five cents pastor and members visited Green I opens Sunday for a three day run I ments that might: have been re- Sales and ServiceWe
I M. L. Keith of Jacksonville. Mrs. I and bus supervision by SupervisorShell I Bay Baptist Church and enjoyed at the Florida Theatre.
the and instrumentof :
accordion an Mrs. Gene Herring of Gainesville
George Banehal. and Mrs. Harrell 1 1 general assistant. She will a wonderful sermon by the Filmed in Cinemascope by one between a gambler and a' servkii: Slakes of
ten string. Black. was matron of honor and'also take charge of the music program ,: pastor RI'Welch.. Visitors are Samuel Goldwyn, the film stars missionary another between a Electrical Appliances
The public is cordially invited Mr. Herring served as best man. I
Mrs. has returned at each school, arts and always welcome. Services Jean Simmons dice brassy night club <
to this senice.Methodist. I Pansy Griffis Ushers Thomas Jr. every MarIon Brando. man and a : 606 N. Temple Ave.
were Benny '
home from the Baptist Hospitalin crafts at RJE. second and fourth Sunday.Mt. Frank Sinatra and Vivian Elaine I:, entertainer. I
brother of the bride and Sgt.
Jacksonville where she under- Family Nights Pisgah; A.ME. Church. I Like the Broadway play the A double wedding climaxes the PhONE 120

Church went optical surgery. Kenneth Colling of Gainesville ,' Every Wednesday night and ReE L. Walker, pastor, will film boils down to two romances' film .
The bride wore a ballerina lace Thursday night will be family fun
I! Pat Bowers Is home on vacation hold regular pastorial day Sunday !

Rev. Donald F. Kokomoore, the from the Columbia Bible College dress with long pointed sleeves. ,nights. On Wednesday. June 13, I featuring Men's Day on Fat- ., ........: -..;., >>
newly assigned pastor at the First I in South Carolina, where he is She carried a white orchid on a I movies were shown at RJE and on I her's Day Sunday School at 9:30 '" --- '"

Methodist Church of Starke, will white Bible. June 14, movies were I
j studying for the ministry. He am. At 3 p. m. the Christian Union -
preach his first sermon here Sun- will leave Monday for Camp Wood Mrs. Thomas. mother of the ,shown at Lawtey Training school. composed of members from I I For better Florida Terming '

day morning at 11 o'cloc. His at Spectator, N. Y. for the aum- bride wore a Navy blue dress I Fun for the entire family for 51 Mt. Nebo Baptist. Mt. Pisgah .. .

topic will be from Matthewa 24:42- I mer. returning to Columbia in the with pink accessories and a white cents. This is almost free -- justa and Macedonia will meet in '

51, "Beginning Anew." Other I carnation corsage. small tax for rental and shipping Hampton. President Burgman will t'1 OPERATION rnn@ fSWfi'if@rnt

4 services will be at the usual times. fall.James E. (Ellie) Bowers of the I Mrs. Cortett: mother of the ;charges for films. Other featuresof be in charge The address for

U. S. Navy is home on leave en- groom, wore .an aqua dress with family night will be community Men's Day will be delivered by 1: .

Presbyterian Church I route from the Naval Aviation white accessories and a white I singing, talent shows and quiz Brother Harry Young :: ; -...-
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| Station at Norman Okla. to II carnation corsage. !i'programs. Plan each week to at- Moriah Methodist Church.ofIt'l ....- -'t--- ....... ';._ '","'.:. ,_ -\I'- .... 011 .ii

Friday-Adult' Choir practice, \I Quonset Point R. I.. where he I The bride is a graduate of Al- 'tend the program at your nearest I ther Young is a dynamic Bro-I .,,i" 4\

8 p.m. will be stationed.Mrs. achua High School and is now I school i center. so we urge you to hear ,, ..,

I Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning I I Jimmie Woodward. Marilyn employed at Jay's Dress Shop in I l Coaches Clinic 7:30 p m. On June 24 the Beth -, ,.,-...... t'-1

Worship, "Are You A Minister I Higginbottom, and Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, where she and her Coach Elmer Shell of RJK high lehem Gospel Singers of Lake E.t too .)

?" 11 a.m. E'eningVorship,1 I Ira Allen and children visited Mrs. I husband are residing. 'school left Sunday to attend the City will render a program at

"I Believe in the Resurrection: 8 Woodward's nephew Rember Auxiliaries Meet j Coaching Clinic at Florida A & M this church. '

p.m.There I I,' Smith and family in Madison The Sunbeam Band met June 8 University, Tallahassee. Two se'mester Allen Chapei A.ME. Church MODERN ELECTRIC WATER SYSTEM

will be no services during j I County last week. at the Brooker Baptist Church hours of graduate credit in Kev R J. Washington pastor. The

the week as the pastor will be at- j I Mrs. Lillie Allen visiting in with 19 members present. The 'physical education will be given to men of the church will be in

tending the meeting of the Synodof I Lake Wales this week. leaders who met with them were participants registered in the grad- I charge all day starting with Sunday
Few investments such hanc/ioir
Florida at the First Presby- I j Mr. and Mrs. B. Allen are visiting Mrs Ernest Lester. Mrs. Howard uate school. He will also studyfor School at 10 a.m. Asst.-Supt. pay -

terian Church. Clearwater. :i friends in Jasper. Douglas, Mrs. Wilson Green. and six week other advanced J. Givens in charge. Guest teacher '. ) returns as a water system I
'course. in physical education at McCoy White II
Mrs. Howard Norton. Refreshments ; At 2 p. m. the cor .
I were served by Mrs. M.. O. the university. nerstone will be laid by the MaSons Modern electric pumps Lave quiet performance

REVIVAL MEETING Harrell and Vs. Wilson Green. 'Homecoming Of the Most Worehmfnl. TT_ _
All the pleople in Staike and! ion Fred Siui un-I I :' &, economicoperation
IWulah Ifcurell Circle I' I I'vicinity and Accepted Morning -- ,long life easy maintenance,
Members of the Beulah Harrell who have wandered away i Star Lodge Number 26 of 11 t
Starke. ,
and efficient A .
.: _A ; ;, design. new
home asked to return to
from ReDamon
at the home or'Irs.. Dell, i
Circle met Worshipful :
Pine Level Baptist ChurchJUNE M. O. Harrell last Tuesday night. Hawthorne for the annual celebration -I Master will be in charge. State I i : '. ,_ ti automatic hater system males possible

Mrs. L. L. Dyal, circle leader, had I on Thursday, June 21. Come Deputy H. Y. Brown of Jackson- : :.: I:: plelty of hot and cold running water .
and reunion with i
I of the Refreshments enjoy a happy I vile will be present 1
charge program. with other
17 THRU JUNE 24 were served by Mrs. Har ''old friends kinsfolks and loved I' out of town officers and members I t.iM. : ,. and males water so convenient for poultry

ones. The program will start at 12': from Duval.
close of the meeting.The Clay.
rell at
Bradford Alachua.
house milk house for Ihestocl,
noon at Shell High School with Columbia. I
Brooker Baptist Churchwas Putman and I
Evangelist Dr. Cecil SimmonsPastor Rev. Don Pelham a?, master of cer- : other
very happy again to brinA'the I adjacent counties in this for lawn and garden,and for fire protection.
'emonies. !
He will also be featured district. A rich
Banner home af-
Attendence i program for the
Garden Baptist Temple Gadden.; Ala. [with the Pelham Singers of Ar- : services has been
'0 r .>ndmg the mass meeting i planned by Rev
''cadia. The guest speaker will be E L.
SERVICES 7:30 EACH Ni alT at the First Baptist Church lastweek. i and Brother Levy
Rev. Tillman,
I Eugene Daytona | J. Lennon All
They also won the banner I members are ask-
Beach. Other features will be the
at the New River Baptist Church |I"'d to pay. their assessments so
This is a rare opportunity lOU \\ ill haH to hear this I last month. i grease pole climbing races and a | that the expenses of the corner-I 1

of ( od. Come and these bouble-header of baseball that will I I ..-
great man enjoy venires withus. I Mrs C. B. Stalling is in Alac- |' stone will be taken care of See --, -
We will be to have If live start at 2:30. Deacon Chester ':: "
very happy you. you on hua General Hospital and will your class leader before Sunday. ; '" '-

our bus route please ride our buses.- I' undergo sugery Thursday.Mr. Shell and all members of the home- I Elder A. W. Bowles will M. c. I .- -

W E. Hall Pastor. I and Mrs. W. C. Raborn, en- coming: committee welcome you during the evening worship hourat

I route from St. Petersburg to Atlanta Ito come home, one and all. ;:30 the main speaker will be I

the Voyage Rev. George Lee of "- ..
stopped and spent Starke. who -
Airmen second class B. T. Mor- -- for better Florida living. .
weekend with Mrs. Beulah HarI recently given license to
ris left Sunday for New York City I ,
II tell and family. preach by Rev. A. Vmson. \ electric comfort
I where he will sail in a few daysfor : 1 If you're not already enjoying
Mrs. R. A. Nettles Jr. has just Pastor'ashing.n is improving -
FIRST'BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE 1 visit Germany. He will spend three but is still I I in home install modern electric
returned from a few days under the care of _ \, tt cooling your a
overseas. B. T. is a June ,
dot .
and tor He
Yankeetown wishes
FLA. I also with attended relatives in the Fisher Family 1955 graduate of RJE high school, I "Thank you" to the ministers to repeat :3 V-l -' ,, ventilating fan, now. This exhaust fan-for attic

: tne medal for the best t
I Reunion in Prattville Ala. winning I members and friends who have I 't { ; or "indow-"ill drive out hot, stale air. draw
:basketball player of the year. He
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jackson of continued to stand by and help .
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor I Tampa spent the weekend with I'has made honorable mention in I carry on the church program in fresh, outside air. for a cooler happierFloriil
his school work in the Air Force.
and Mrs. C. S. Kelley Also during his illness and --
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mr. i He is the son of Theodore and Ber. absence.Bethlehem -.------- -' ? summer: ahead!
visiting the Kelleys during the Freewill Baptist
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ,nice :Morris: of Lincoln City. Fam- Church
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Kie Rev L. McKay pastor,
and friends wish for
Mills and Owen Mills of Palm I'jily young held services Sunday with Sun-

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Valley, and Mr. and Mrs. Pau' : Morris return to smooth the United sailing States.and a svife day School at 10 a. m. The child- FLORIDA, POWER. & LIGHT COMPANY '*

Harris of Jacksonville.Mr. | I ren were in complete charge because : -
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. Levy J. Williams will return to it
and was their day. A beautiful -
and Mrs. Truby Dyal
|Omaha, Nebraska after two weeks
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. grandsons, T. C. and Jeff Millerof 'emergency leave from the Air I wedding ceremony was performed
Mr. at 2 p. m., uniting in holy
Gainesville were visiting Force becaurc of the death of his
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at I matrimony Louretha Green and
and Mrs. L. L. Dyal WednesdayMr.
father, Henry Williams. He has

11 am. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. son of. and Gainesville Mrs. Roy and McDavid Mrs. Nita and I!,qualified school and for expects officers to enter candidate soon I I Leroy rehearsal Grimes on of Tuesday Orlando. night.Choir N wDZle for

"'J Prayer service Wednesdav nichf...
Dyal of Starke spent Wednesdaywith i become a second lieutenant -----'I n-n.
land The I Can Club will meet Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyal., I
and He has
plane pilot. enjoyed
Mrs. Eva Shaw and Mrs. Ethel ; day night. All members and visitors -
visiting his mother-in-law. Sallie
Harvey and daughter of Gainesville \\iliams. as well as other relatives are invited to attend. Gladys the best seller

were visiting Mr. and :\lrs.1 and friends. I Blye. reporter.

RCA VICTOR TV Benny Thomas Sunday :i I Shut-In- Antioch Church has just closeda I
two weeks' revival, which was 'I
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ThO- !i Sister :Marzie: Barnes is still on I well attended. On Sunday. June

mas of Gainesville and Mrs. Ellis the stick list but is on the mend. I
-- I, 17. the Daughters of Zion will ,
Harrison and daughters of De Sister Bertha Lee Dell is doing 'II .
appear at the church to present II I -
Funiak Springs were visiting the fine but has not received the I, _
a program. There will be
Benny Thomas family. j"get-out-go signal" from her doc tickets and no charges at the no I II z : ;

Mrs. Eugene Stringer of Jack- tor. Levy Ramar Lennon is out I .,- _
We wish to thank all who "it *
1 sonville and Mrs. Clyde Townsend of the hospital and much impro\'ed,1 j I It
attended and assisted with thesuccl.'ssful
I and Mrs Abbie Townsend after several days of observationand ,--

I i ,of Bell were visiting Mrs Groover I, treatment at Bradford County I revival. neA Jenkins .
I pastor. Deacon J C Car: '
Thomas Saturday. Hospital. Brother Willie Dellis '- ;
well, reporter .-.,
Sidney Ann Harrison of De still in Bradford County Hospital -i /

Funiak Springs is spending :a following a serious automobile :. CIf.R1I 01"' tilKIST

few days with Eileen Thomas. accident. Calvin (Koot) Lump- C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister

Plwia!' I Jean Starling of Ja. k- kins was recently hospitalized at''' Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m.

sonville is spending two weeks ,Alachua General Hospital in'' Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening .

with Linda Sue Thomas. Gainesville where he had followup Worship 7:30 p. m. .

Mr and Mrs Aaron Fouts of, surgery on injured leg that has Wednesday Bible Study 7:30:

Likeland and Mr. and Mrs II ''been in a cast for more than a I:. m.

I II. Lewis and Yvonne Conner of '>ear. He was employed by Hardy ; Radio program, "Old Paths"

-- !Ptarke: spent last Friday with Brothers when the accident occur- each Sunday 9 a. m. Station

Mr and Mrs Bishop Thomas. 'ed. A recent accident caused the WDVII.

RCA Victor Towne 21. "All-Clear"/ II Mr and Mrs. Merle Gano and 'niece of Rev. A. R. Randolph to -

oluminized picture tube with a full 261 children of St Augustine spent be hospitalized in Tampa. We TilE RIGHT POINT for the "_ z ,- -

square inches of viewable picture! New I' the weekend with Mr and Mrs i wish for these and other not mentioned way you write. Com in and select % --' '- '

"Hidden Panel" Tuning. New Balanced R F. Gano. I a very speedy recovery. We jour favorite ESTERBKQOK : -. 1' '

I' Mr and Mrs. Richard Rauler- have not heard from our reporter. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. .
Fidelity Sound. Handsome black textured $ .
son and family spent a week Sister Gladys Blye but we cen- I 4 .."" < I.
> ;
finish. Matching stand available! extra. > ....,,:>> ... .
----- I visiting Mrs. Ola Raulerson an I II tainly hope she is up and out --- -' "
Model 21S6052. '
family and Mr and Mrs Clyde again. AlWash '
Robinson in Clermont. IJe.l Cross Culling! s.O.S! Your Clothes .

$198.00TV 1 I Visiting Mrs. Joe Kelley dur- According to the executive dir- Now225hi1

ing the weekend were Mr and ''vto.of. the Bradford County 8 Pounds

Mrs Drew Dukes of Worthinton ?- Chapter American Red Cross

I Mr. and Mrs Bill Tomlinson Mrs. M. Hall, many persons inner For 40c l No matter which Fairlane or St.itionVa"fwi;; I
of Ft. Call Mr. and Mrs. Mike
model choose, can have it with Ford'smighty
I Tilghman of Gainesville. and Mrs i i guests of Mr. a:1lIrs.. Aub- you you t
Service I Mae MottSorrv : rey Hazen Tuesday. I FREE Bleach If Desired! 225.p.. Thunderbird Special V-S engine :
I to hear that Mrs Mannof 'I[ Mr and :Mrs: R. A. Shannahan I OWe ':' FORD: ; :::: : :: VB !wheels It delivers than more other turning power to the I II

I Gainesville mother of A. I.Mann : and children of Rockland. Texas I rear any engine in its field! !

is ill j and Mrs. Bill Bronard and child- Or, you can get the 202-h.p. V-S-the most '

All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Mr and Mrs. A. E. Adkins of ,. ren of Houston. Texas are Will I powerful standard eight in Ford's field! This

Fully EquippedDependable I Lake City were visiting Mr and ing a few days with Mr spend-j I 202h.p.8 can now be had in Customlina .....

MrsV.. C. Stalnaker. !' Aubrey Hazen. I Dry Your Clothes I and Mainline models, too. _. --- --... i
All Makes and Models I .
Mrs. Wilson '
Ruby and daugh-
Little Linda Gainesville : For 20 THE WORLD j
I Larson of ters and Bobby Bowman of Jackson -

was the weekend guest of : Miss were visiting Mr. and
i: In New Automatic Driers!
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV Mr and Mrs. Howard Wait while I Mrs. Robert Jones Saturday.

her parents were in Georgia! I Visiting the Jones on Sundaywere I Andrews Motor

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen Mrs. Buck Hodge and child- i Co

Radio Seat Covers Upholstering attended a family reunion at the I ren of LaCrosse, Mr. and Mrs ', The %Washeteria

Phone 239 Starke, Fla. home of Mr and Mrs. Jack Thomas -! Eddie Norman, Mr and Mrs Gordon :

! at Lake Morris last Sunday. Jones all of Starke. :Mr: and ,
OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY I Mrs Louise Hazen of Sarasota II I Mrs. Tom Jones and son and I remple Ave. Stark MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 st' t, .

.- - I, and Mrs Jettye: Hazen and Mr and Mrs Jack Jones, all ofGainesville I : If You're Interested in an A-l Used Car Be Sure to See Your IJt8lef --
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Wafer Too Plentiful Or Two Scarce Cluttered Tracks i: Enforcement Narcotic Addicts Reach County Retail Sales Civilian Air Patrol Daily Summer Session

$700 AnnuallyOn Members Attend Meet Closing Hour Changed

.In! Bradford County, Group Reveals Become do i it Dangerous kiddies, for folksnu I IIun't Problems TalkedIn Tell Sordid Tale Per Capita Basis To CoordinateVork Because Of ActivityThe

I )' get killed. Every pet son in BiauioidCOUTV j Members of the Florida Wing: duly losing hour -

11' fom Civil Air Patrol.! attended the children attending the: -:. ..:.. .
be This is the earnest requestof < ;T.nll"j i Pise 11 spends about $700 a
Water seems tu something In fait, predicted Conner: "The I :yearn
I Unusual Meet Southeastern Conference has b'en 'h.1 :,',1 i "
ei'her too tooarce. <'itj' M>liee and railroad officials ret'\11 outlets Regional program -
hat > plentiful 01 clay lIIay not be far off when wa- | .-, drug :oitrviothmg .
;Loi i i"I'" [ e a \n: \\ Ihm: the next )Md in Chattamioaa Tenn. June 3 tot p moo school supe-: '': I 1.
uho are MTHiuslj rimcornctl -
t tei mibe pumped long distai.s .- < and like stores
fe.\ niOi.th H .shifted Horn const "
said this
H. Gibson
', f'-ll.
with jiacniles putting"firtdgu ( < )r.t.ntll',1 f'um It
Less than a decade ('eitamections ( ( from cooperative pumping
ago nut on job to construction job.een At least. that's the general" essence .
stations" "bi,*t'." un the railroad Representatives from thIs region Gibson said the stien: ,-
of Bradford County were drew the most discussion. had ambitions of becominga of a scholaiv research study '
i .
of children's \ '
Iratks near 'all M.In tare i
flooded and deep wells were sunkn Last Friday's joint meeting ofl I Defends! Fees brick mason. from the University of Florida. were Maj. Bert Christoffers. :

Sampson Lake to take water the Bradford Farm Bureau Cattieman's fact, the :Sealxiard Railroad Reddish made plain his preference Then he became aware of Aline Using the latest figures available Lt. Jackie Collins and Capt. Roy ; brought about the changeHe
I it sent I
I was so (ont rn. 11] said the afternoon pi'I'"'
xcess water off and underground. I Association. and Soil SIMcialgent I:. I. /ipperer for paying city police when||i Mornssey those of the year 1954. H. Browning, all members of theKeystone the elementary children'- t:* .: .
pulpwood Conservation
Now the farmers District was raU..l.I( JatKsoiiulle to I"m hot pursuit" they made an arrest :Mother Died statisticians figure Bradford Squadron and Col. W.
of inestigate.He I to ..
I have been changed pn \ .ic
'ompames are paying "rainmak by Z. W. Hamilton and J. | ; in a case which landed in1 1; Ahne. County has annual
R.I up an only child lived down a per capita
and about extraprecipitation asked ('it> yilue cooperation I I C.helan of Jacksonville, com- entertaining lunch hour, :t ;j'-,
ers" to try bring Wainwright recently named co- (
county or courts. i i I the street from George. Her'i letail expenditure of $648 This,
i in the! tracks ( .
ketping Inlander under J 1 n.
chairmen of '' I of the Southeastern reg. ground program
waterproblems I 1
a forthcoming seaboard Agent V Explaining that his office receives mother died when she was nine. means an increase over the 1948 | .
I and a 'quiet" period at tat : S'
In the opinion of Slate Rep.!'I study of Bradford County )l. Miiith said trainmen had a fee for every arrest, he : Her father works for an electric" figure of S517. I I ion. Center.
of the conference was
Doyle E Conner. who addressed a d.'teUM nxks on the tnuk.lio said the participating officers I concern She was raised by her Summaiy: of the figures show Purpose: ,
| to coordinate CAP activities with The baseball schedule u' : '
water problems" meeting in the II Conner who moderated the discussion said lucre is a ""hiht city or not denned pay for /grandfather a reired fireman Bradford's 122 retail outlets did a | "
those of the Air Force. Maj. from 2.15 to.30p.m.:
Lions Den here last Friday night explained" the 1955 Leg- possibility" r i islature established the I Gen Walter R Agee USAP and Lunches for the week are bcir.
the shortage of water may be an Florida i a train. ruusi-.g: (death injury the city's low pay scale. A line didn't finish high school compared to $5,600,000 in 1913 j !I :
I Resources commanding general of CAP, furnished for $1.50. But G.bs,'.
Commission and
ever-imreaiing problem in years Study and damage. "I don't want my office to pock- either. She went to woik for a The figures represent a 41 percent II '
with 22 other Air Force officers
piovuled $18,000 to underwrite along said the cafeteria operation m.ii
I increase
to come What smith fears most are I let money which rightfully belongs telephone company while a highi
addressed and instructed ,
I forced to close unlesn.i
j a thorough study of the state's 67 : -
wtal uhjetts which are much ( to the arresting officers." said :; school senior. 1 1'I i I The payroll in the county's retail -I, CAP members during the confer- I'i .
blems in each of the state's 67 I I children participate. Lunches ar
c. more ha/ardous to train operation. j Reddish. "We've been using this 'I "She was messing around with stores increased from $too.10 ,- j 1ence. I II I
counties These reports will be I cnly 90 cents weeklfor ihildrei:
I procedure for seven years, and dope when we started going together to $500.000 fcatween 19 IS and
presented to the 1957 Legislature I Gov. Frank Clement of Tennessee who participate only three tune-
I IfOl' '1 !fit there has been no complaint from : ." said George 1951 while the number of paid I I
use in drawing up a new Florida I addressed the conference. weekly
the County Commission or state employees increased only slightly ,
Mine, an attractive girl with I his state contributes
Water Law. j I pointing out I
auditors." from 279 to 293- the
Conservation Meeting : during
Using a prepared outline of { | natural red hair fell under thspl"'l1 I I $10.000 a year to the CAP and. : Final Services Held
same period.In I i
of water the following -i i Discusses Affiliates Vary of dope when" she was only I las a result of its fine work, plans
problems. I Reddiah! said he had been comparison to the other 66 i
pay 16. Like George she followed the : to increase that amount this ear .'For I Albert Underhill
points were brought ou. | And Water Resources ing city policemen amounts rang !I path of youthful abandon --first counties. Bradford ranks 45th I -
the discussion I Chnatoffers announced :
in : Maj ,
ing from $2.50 to $12.50 when j marijuana. then heroin in the dollar volume in retail Albert Underhill 47 :i former

Abnormal Condition I I The Bradford County Soil Conservation they made arrests which ultimately i Her. grandmother: found out. A- sales I plans Keystone for increased squadron. activity He said in that the resident of Starke. died Thursda\

The present situation, with the I District Supervisors devoted came under his jurisdiction. One j line was treated privately The I I Statewide the dollar volume of 'June 7, in a hospital near Lak
: due to the valuable work of worn-
''water table so low is abnormal '' a large part of their meeting policeman volunteered he had received
for most parts of the county. last Thursday to the water I three checks -- one for (I i I land I 19V1: increased" 71 per tent. I I un in the organization, additional ', months. .
-Jol> In Honda \ members will be welcome.
Now the need is for more water. resources meeting to be held the I $2.50. another for $5. and a third !i Then came the big chance 1 i the greatest percentage hike in \omen : Mr Underhill was born in Starkc
but under "normal" conditions following night. I for $12.50. had construction the nation. During the same period 'Ion I June 12, 1903 the son of the
j' drainage is a much more press The meeting was held at the As an example, Reddish cited I j job George in Starke. They a planned mar I population increased only 37 Starke Court Yields late John Lacy and Heater McRae

GIIARLEY.rw E. JOHNS & SON : ing problem. home of Lloyd Green. with Foster the recent arrest of a dope addict riage and embaiked on a bus for per cent. $110 In Fines Bonds Underhill. He was a farmer, and
wells the ,
I Many in county Shi Smith presiding. All members who city police discovered breaking I the Florida trip. They legisteied i i Dade led all Florida counties. I had lived in Miami for the paac

about this question dried up, but, in the opinion of Secretary George Huggins, into a local pharmacy. It as man and wife at a local rooming I|, Its retail sales of $1,133 per capita [ Fines and forfeitures amountingI five :years.

t I those present, these for the and Soil Conservationists Bill would be foolish. said the sheriff, house. or a total of almost a billion I $110 were reached in City : Surviving are two sisters. Mrs

This ole car once knew some I most part were shallow or clay Haas and Leon Carter were piev if city police were barred" from I II I I dollars, accounted for one-fourth Court Monday afternoon. 1 Rufus Alvarez of Starke. and Mrs
The didn materialize
rhildren I wells and no instances of "rock"wells ent. I making such an arrest although job of the state's total sales. !1 Robert Turner, Plant City.
and drinking Forfeiting bonds were Raymond
mentioned George Aline slatted I ,
This ole car once knew a wife failing were heard a treasurer'sreport I it was under the sheriff's juris- : Funeral services were held Sun-
The group The returned. Under Williamson charged with intoxi-
This ole car once knew a hus- Alternate flooding and dryingup diction. At the same time the i i day afternoon at 3 o'clcn In the
in excess of i Location Made
II of areas along Santa Fe River showing a sum II false pretenses they pestered" I Swap cation, $25 bond; Jamer. Bailey,
Pine Level
band Baptist Church, of
in the treasury. authorizedthe policemen de.vrve pay for per ;; I :'drunk and 'I
$700 physicians for prescriptions. They I disorderly, $25; Raymond ',
And a merry family life. was presented felt as the a problem. payment of miscellaneous bills, forming the sheriff business. plotted a burglary.In For Police Network Everett Kile running red \\hick he was a member. The
Many present
I end the ordering of more affiliate I .should Clear Skirt'iMayor I light $10; Frank Surrentina, run pastor. Rev. W. E. Hall officiated
Hut this family's trips are was to clear the channel of trees the early morninghours of j Night-time police radio operations i Interment was in Crosby LakeI

o\er. and logs to speed off the flood membership cards. Jackson maintained "we May 12. a door panel was knocked will be shifted from the ning red light, $10. I II I I I I Cemetery under the direction ot

Picked a dang'rous spot to rainwater and keep it from inundating -I To date the following individuals should dear our skirts" by requiring out of V. E How aid's pie- county jail to Sheriff P D. Red- I Jessie Barton Negro- who is DeWitt C. Jones.

adjacent areas. I and concerns have become affiliate some type of City Council scription shop on Temple Ave. dish's office in the near future. employed in Keystone Heights

passThen- dwindles -I members of the Conservation District recognition of the payments. Jack- Taken were cubes and tablets of i made a "no defense" plea to
In times the
they saw death's angel ;i dry son advocated the sheriff turn the !,, That decision was reached Mon- ,,' 'V. C. T. U.
charges; of drunken and
: morphine. and driving
small flow cocain a liquid
to only a very and i iW.
peekin' I to the day by Mayor i iI
money over city, which
with not enough water for ad- Brownlee and Chasteen, Farm, form of opium. I I T. (Billy) Jackson. |'I resisting arrest. He was fined ii i
Through[ the broken wind then could distribute it equally $50. i "I beliee that signing the totalI
jacent landowners to use for Home and Auto Supply, Freeman City police officers trailed (
shield the City Policeman John Barden abstinence
glass. among policemen.He I pledge of the Loyal
I irrigation. Register and Son John A. George to the rooming house !I Mayor W T. (Billy) Jackson
has been the local net- .
I I manning ]' Temperance Legion for mother
told Reddish my -
Ain't gonna need this Series of Dams Torode (Shell", Johnson Farmers "This system where he surrendered and admitted j turned over to County Judge T. A. :
car no work at night the i
leaves all of using county | nho was an act he member"
longer I The concensus seemed to be Supply Starke Builders Supply, un open to criticism. I the theft Aline was found I I'I' Ij (Alex I Yawn a case of driving
I I will I jail as headquarters. But the I and officer of the U.C.T.t', was
Ain't need this that a series of dams along the]. Bradford County Telegraph, FlorIda People accuse you of making on a bed unconscious, apparently :;' I II II | without a license against Leon
gonna operation was disturbing the the finest
car no,, 'I errand boys out of the j'I' noisy thing that ever happened -
with locks for at Starke. B T. Thomas drugged Hall. 16. Yawn is the county's
river equipped Bank I I I '
more I "When the rest of jailer and Mrs J A. Sas- I to me as a boy and ).outh."
control of the water level would Lumber Co.. L. E. Jones GroceryLawteyl police are on duty. j Both Pleaded Guilty ,I, juvenile officer.
Had no time to fix the brakes '' they're work for the city. We > ser. ,, WILLIAM BRADY, M.D.
'I serve the purpose of maintainingthe ( I, Rayonier. Inc. Container J1g Both quietly pleaded guilty before I t I II
up, all but i I Barden will man a radio set al-
they are underpaid
agree I
Da\'e' Circuit L. Pat- '
ground water level, prevent Corp of America. Judge George i
Had no time to fix the steerin' they do draw salaries. Their first j I ready operating in the sheriff's
!I flooding, and provide an ample Paulk, Starke Tire Sales and II I ten They were jailed pending.

raint Or to-drive, with more rest supply of water for iriigation. Slade Gas Co. duty is to the city." I I pre-sentence" investigation I|( operate courthouse the network office. part-time City police in Sell It Rent It Trade

I Thomas '
However" there was no clear I ObjectsCity Did they suffer when denied ,
Ain't gonna need this '., Thomas made the I !! cooperation with the sheriffs of-
car no expression by the group as to Attorney dope while in county jail? "The ''fice. .

longer I I whether the majority of votersin new lakes by damming sections strongest objections to Reddish first few days were territle" said |i

fhey'\e been taken to meet i I the county would go along along the Santa Fe river would paying city policemen. He com Aline. George commented "I suffered -, WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

the Saint. I I with a special assessment to cover help. mented little thus time. I'm thank- j I Science Fiction Film

the cost of such a project. Erosion Xo Problem "City policemen need mere ful to God I was not very sick j
Runs At Park Theatre Low Rates Good Results
E. Johns Some of those present felt that I II Erosion by surface water" ia money. But this is the wrong way It has been worse." I i Easy To Place

Charley the lack of adequate water facilities not a problem in this county. to do it. Their first allegiance is Both highly/ praised their treat A science-fiction plot involving i ZO WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION . fife

.I in the county for recreation those present decided with the to the city. This is nothing but I ment in the county jail. Freed" of;!; a spider 60 feet tall and 50 feet i EACH ADDITIONAL, WORD 2e

and fishing was a problem. One I exception of Lloyd Green who tipping, and it's wrong." I drugged forgetfulness. they have 'I "
& Son 'I' wide is unfolded in "Tarantula, DISCOIIVT OF IS: PER CENT: O\: TWO OR MORE
Agency :; spokesman declared that this said he has some on his land. eaten regularly have gained I I INSERTIONS
Thomas said the system Ir car motion picture playing at the _SSt ADDITIONAL FOR BL1M Al>9 OR Am !"NOT pun IS ADVANCEPI
could be solved if lakeswere I The weight, and appear in the pinkof
existing canal between
Sampsonand ried to the extreme, would mean !! Park Theatre Sunday through I
Phone 13 Starke FIaJYTVYYYYYVVyyyyyyyyyyyyyy j I opened up to the public, and Rowell lakes is choked with the city and county would have to health. They look upon jailer' Tuesday. J,I FOR and RENT two-Close bedroom in. desirable one.
another said that the creation of and Mrs J. A. Sasser as a second I IIMMIKU I1OMKTno apartment
hyacinths and debris, it was pay each other to secure coopera Stars of the Universal-Inter- Reasonable )II'. and Mrs W. II.
brought out in the opinion of the tion. pair of parents. I| bed room fumlnhrd horar. Nollman. tg: W. Madison tfch*
Both want to return to New!j I national picture are John Agar I 4 arrr''' of wrll, dralord Und,
speakers, it would take a drag- "Instead of swapping fees, why Riverside :| and Mara Corday farm prominent Mm Highway, FOR REXT-Dl'sirable. nicely furn-
line to do the job of clearing out not simply cooperate and striveto York for treatment at 3"1o mllr of Stark Prior ,.,- ished cottage elec kitchen, screened -
The plot develops as scientists 5UO.OU. Terms br enclosed! porches. Large yard
Hospital."I mar
This One speaker cited as a problemthe hike the policemen's salaries?" I ihaded. and garden Adult couple.
Week's know we can whip this discover a new nutritional for- )Irs L.
SpecialsJune fact that when one man he asked. I I' CO 1, Box 441.
thing" said Aline, glancing at mula which leads to the huge I Stark. tfcbg
pumps water for irrigation froma At one time during the meeting. I Of Starke
her arm where a dope-filled hypodermic -j I tarantula and the effort to destroy -I RUBBER
stream, those downstream feel Sheriff Reddish proposed airing (Guy Andrews, W. B. Swell STAMPS made to ordarOaten -
I had left a bruise."We're | it. numberers, notary
15 thru June 21 they should have some voice in the entire problem before the City I A. J. 'I'hetU&6)) facsimile Mamps. Bradford County
in bad trouble. .deep i T
the matter. At the present time Council, with the police invited to 353 Temple Ate Telephone 383 e1eerIpb. tf

there is no Florida law to cover present their views. The proposal I I trouble. this time said George.( 7 I Starke, Florida PATtY ON' SAV'lNG8 KFZT.:3iE .

the situation. was junked. : S'J'ATJII BA.'flC Er-

Ladies Under the subject of controlling Thoman also expressed concern I j I I Winkler Says Council !| SERVICE WANTED HAG. No-GOOO.Pants CLEAN or Army COTTON ShirHHradford S'1' FDIC.IjEIGHT8, FLA, E MBER -

the water level in lakes, the over the possibility that city po- I ("GunttT..I..graph. tf
Should Talk j
topic of the drainage well at lice, upon verbal request of the Disputes W.\o.T: A HOMK

HANKIES Sampson Lake long a source of sheriffs office. might make a false With Several PartiesE. FOp SALE home-N'ew to modern be built three on bedroom S. !.. ea. hat a brand ... .".

3 controversy, came up. This well, arrest and end up with a huge Westmoreland. May see plans era tarre. bed r... home ram.lete .
I which was supposed to siphonoff damage suit. A. Winkler said this week the and terms by contacting .1. W. >> I. nrtr detail for natch
1st Qual. Thomas, Alton Rd., or call 433-J
7*> can .. ......
6 Limit water in flood times, has continued There was no proposal duringthe City Council, in plumbing and *: SPECIALof 4tp 6/2 .. We dill ak.tr l.a?.. the h.mreielata CalJa.

Asst. Colors to drain off water from meeting that the city and electrical disputes, should have i iMAAJ FOR SALE-37 fhexrolet coupe.god and the pr,B<. .ltUn.
I I '
err: low .,..
the lake despite efforts to close : county law enforcement officers both the city inspector and the transportation, good lights. moalhlr'err:parneaU dona Jlkr,. real.18.

it off It was listed as a problemto sever relationship. The need for complaining contractors on hand five good tires $65. 644 North

be solved. harmony was generally expressed to thrash out differences. j i Cherry St ItpF FLORIDA REALTY CO.

Men'sSHIRTS Pollution Dismissed I throughout. Winkler was referring to last *>F1 KKNT-"'Powder Box. Three. Of Starke
.... Bloi k of
I momand vh'" r One
Pollution of streams and canals I week's Council meeting in which : I' 'St "ffn Furni-hed J. T. (Gajr Aadretra. w. B. SeweJL
the week! I A. 3. Tlto....)
was dismissed from the dis the Council heard a complaint by Quisle- Itchg 355 Temple Are
91a Discusses Tel 343Marke
cussion. Conner told the group Rotary electrician A. W. Masters, then I FloridaLOOi

that waste at the Humphreys I voted to revise the electrical code WHEN IN NEED OFLandscaping

1st Qual. plants is treated and as evidenceof County Fair DealA and temporarily turn over inspection -I CHEVROLET, FORD .

I SkipdentsAsst. this officials at the plant had I work to power plant Supt. AND PLYMOUTH -Land Clear I Take ah'antdlt'. of good piano oppurtunity -
) has been
paid tnApinet
S Colors drunk it as a demonstration of its I discussion of expansion plansfor I Riley Waidin. Wasdm replaced: ing Fill Dirt Paving ; piano in your ar,-a. If in-

Driveways Peat Humus tl"r"'II'Ii. all .'n4032.. <:ain "..
purity. 0 the Bradford County Fair I Winkler. BRAKERELINE yule\ write
--- or Dick West 1025 W
Two possibilities were discuss : highlighted the Wednesday I Winkler stressing the import Building Sand Oyster ( rmvtrgU Avmue.

Boy's ed under the heading of building luncheon meeting of the Starke ; ance of proper wiring and plumb- ; Shell ,i WANTED-j'art-titne

CI up reservoirs.One Rotary Club ing in home and businesses said 'Ii Mark.. 6 day-, per empl'ynentin ....-ck. from

was the damming up of I Rep. Doyle E. Conner explainedthe he was asked to become city inspector See OVID LEWIS I 3 P.m. on Arnold Hadd'H, Box
UNDERSHIRTS 3 3 1 __._in_ __Hampton. Via Jtp 6/ZJ
the stream resulting from Heil- last legislature appropriatedfunds 'I by a Starke mayor and : ALL 4 WHEELSCheck I 680 \V. Madison Phone 36Wi ;

bronn Springs after it is oft the which would be allotted to several councilmen. IffUBGIULS W Al TtD-AIply! Pine
i Starke, Fla I| Breeze, Lake fuller phone !S21
Reg 39c privately owned premises at the counties on a 50-50 matching bas He said, "It is the place of the i Itch*

1st Qual. spring. Although the flow is i is for the purpose of constructing City Council to have the party and j I and InspectAll : FOR RENT: -Six nturi unfurnished FOR IEXT-Xlre dean furnished

._ small it was thought that if buildings on county fairgrounds the inspector present and the mat Wheel Cylinders I house Inquir- Gays Home I apartment two rooms, pnvat
dammed it would supply enough 'I. ter thrashed out. If the inspector : Appliance. Itchg j l Ialh. entrance and p'r'h Adult
i << nl>. 534 W. Madison St.
water for a small cooperativegroup j I He said several counties had 13 wrong, then the matter is set. ;.' OlR TKNTH "IVf'.RI.\RY Ii I Itf'hp
i Check and Inspect K4DIOS REPURKD I
CRIBSHEETSHOES! of farmers in the area" to already made use of this fund. i tied. And if he is correct, then All Mrtr All ModfUReasonable

use for irrigation. and that Bradford could do likewise I the contractor is at fault. In this Master Cylinder charge Kvara0tred I II TOBACCO
Brooker" Sink Hole if arrangements could be I case, I was not at fault"Contrary : ,I Ton "', fill M. Murk Ph 39 '

Qua). The other was the utilization of made to raise the county's match to a statement made Bleed Brakes I FAST
I FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 X 16 TonI I'I
I Ueg. 1.00 the large sink hole located near ing share. at the Council meeting, Winkler --- I crete block. 19c. Cement 11.50'' CLAIM SKRVICE

'- I. and east of Brooker, to serve a L. H. Gitson, chairman of the : said he is not an electrical con- ;( Adjust Brakes per bag. Mortar Mix 11.30 per i iI
bag Bradford Engineering Co.
-- --- -- cooperative group of farmers in Bradford County Fair Association tractor. Winkler, an appliance retailer I! phone J4. Starke. tt.I: Doyle E. CONNER

and around Brooker area as a said the American Legion" gave up electrical contract- Fill With Fluid j! |: INSURANCE AGENCY 1
Ladies IFOR SALE" -Pure EveS Male Men- ,
source for irrigation water originally undertook the promotion ing in 1942.'Regular. i
It was brought out that the I of the fair project and had I I alil>' pnred. Very small, Mrs J. I II Ii Phone 285 136 W. Call ,

sink hole is on private property I spent a lot of money on the purchase -I(' Production Reg. Price 26.95 i, 'i 4J.;; aldwell, State Farm. jIIIJne'tfchg ;

S. and that although a small stream and development of a suitable ] FOR RE.'T--SmaU office
I' building,
1.99 flows into it, no facts are knownas site for the annual exposition I!Expected At Big Dad SPECIAL PRICE 'A Bradford WATKINS Available ROt'TE is to open qualified in i,I j can also be used &s apartment.On .

Fresh Summer to the amount of water avail- He said a really worthwhile ,, nan or woman. Write the J. R. S. Thompson St.. Starke.
Styles I Starke's Dad Manufacturing %itkins Co., 653 W. Peachtree St.
able there. county fair. however is too big' Big Mrs. Leila Mundy.FR .
Casuals and It was suggested that it couldbe a project for one organizationto !, Co., which reduced the work week $19.95 NE Atlanta Ga. 4tchg 6/22 I II Ii I

Dressy determined if the water in it carry on alone and it will ( for one section during the pastI I F 'R SALE-Pulp wood equipment. nEl'Partially furnishedthree \
.\!I". Ford Tractor Good condiMon bedroom, kitchenette and
is connected with surface streamsin require county cooperation to do I two or three wrecks, expects to. : Contact W A. Sawn Box large living room. Telephone installed 1

-- the area by means of a dye I the job as it should be done. ( return to full production around 0 : 54 Hampton. Fla 2tch* '/1; hardwood floors, 4S Jeffernon .

marker, if the owner of the property Conner said the local Fair Association -I I July 1. President D. S. Siceloff : FOR RENT-Two bedroom Garage I St. Call 99-W. tfchffSPINET i

Fh.ae I agreed to use of the water. j[ should go ahead with obtaining :said this week. Apartment completely furnished PIANO FOR SALE Eic l- ,
RATLIFFCHEVROLET en Kinasley I,ike. Mrs. Carli lent condition. S6S :N Cherry St.
there has been no
Prior to the discussion on water set I Siceloff said l
of for the desired
pans i J,>hns Phone 2S3-J or see at Lake. Phone 25J-W 2tp 6/%% ,
BOTTOItt; 3M resources and problems the I building so they can be submitted : cutback in production of slacks, I I tfcbgDALMATIOX ,

Farm Bureau under President J I for state approval Some'I' trousers, shirts and similar wear I PPPPIES For Sale- IJ'T-Tu.s.iav()ffJ'-... ladies yellow at Setzers. gold or 21 jewel Pot

R. Kelly and the Cattleman's means of raising the county's | ing apparel. :. CO. Six weeks old. R. G. Paterson. watch with two etones. Reward

Floyd Wiggins, held short meet I share of the cost must also be!I But he said reduced aale of dungarees ramp Blandmg Fla. :tp t/13: "i-A. Mary Marcus. Ut 2, Box:

I devised he said. I I involving only one of the ,, Itchy
150 w. ings.Larry Odom, speaking for J. I The program was in charge of I company's sections in Starke, had PAYS DIVIDENDS" I: FOR RENT,"ous.-Six.. two room baths newly, decorated large- FOR Good SALE Condition-Tappan IiO Ca!II.<( D.Range Ga

D. Odom's Livestock Market pre- County Agent G. T. Huggins forced a minor cutback during yard. IS blocks from school. ott. phone: 440-J Kp-

Call St. sented to the cattlemen's groupa I Two new members. Harry Rabbof I the past few weeks I II Gee Can and Court Streets ,; 210 E \dkirs St. Key next door Itp '
RENT Large
FOR twO bedroom
check for $3870. representinga H C. Wall Insurance Agency 'I Increased demands in July, Starke, Fla. apartment! In twn family hou!'e'. I

rebate of 10 cents a head, whichhe and Drew L. Ratliff of Ratliff August September and October I FOR ALE or trade for Pi k-up. Larsre shady yard private en-

termed in the interest of "ad- Chevrolet Co. hate been welcomed -I I should put the section back into I I Like 1954 Plymouth n-w M I two> fa.door sett. sedan phone I tr-\no-Apnly. unfurnished A.I Holliday, newly. decorated 304 K. I.

'vertising, into the club. I full production soon, he said. J I 4;; day or 410-J night. Itp Water Stt' Itp I It



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