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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 22, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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low turnpike u ill look from

CLUB the air.. slashmu: throiizh: Bradford !
4 Access From Two
4 ('uunl>. is shoxtn "n aerial Blanding Highways

(photo at It-It. Interrliangt.shift Indicated In New PlansA
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IjrBRADFORD to position niidtiav h>*-

; tivrrn Highway :.ill and Hi

$ |)l.it-s it in I hi' niKlcllr of irri- >hift in t the l location of the St.irke niton'1tng'
.tt<->l field (dark <>l>inii:; area) Smi.-hine State Parkwuv( turnpikf) i< imlicuUd j ill an inpineenn -

on .}. K. \\'aiII"right farm report just released by the Florida St.itt- TurnpikeAuthi \,

i-ast of :Marki rit\ .

Projecting the pinposed i:II npik.cI

I route on aerial photographs fits >..

Ml length from Tisonia to Fu

'Possibly Rabid Pierce, thereport shows th.'
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Starke interchange I.K.: tied midWay -

between State llih\\a>, 23u\.

and 16 at the Claj-BiartUnil County -
Fox Roams StarkeSuspected
', t line Prev 'ous studies of tlu!

turnpike;: route had positioned i th,'

SUike interchange on 230 ( Now'

Animal Killed In Starke Blanding roadi. at the county Lne


COUNTY TELEGH But No Alarm NecessaryA the Placing two highways the interchange is regarded betweo as:.

01 profound significance to the

possibly' rabid fox roamed through northeast Stark', Starke area It will necessitate

for an unknown length of time this week bringing with it' access roads from both highways

Official County Publication Established In 1879 the looming threat of a rabies outbreak in the city. into the that'interchange and would indicate -

While County Sanitarian Jack Trawick warned against, in general traffic
would flow from U. S. 301 onto
alarm, he urged dog owners to insure their pets are innocu-'
SEVENTY-SEVEN hTAKKE, I''LORW.nUD..\I', JC'\t; 22,1956: Xr IRF.1t FIFT1-ONK I the turnpike by way of Highway:
VOLUME_ i latea against me aisease. I 16 while State Road 100 traffic
Rabies in man or animal inevitably
I Water TankUnwanted 1 Greasy Subject is fatal unless a painful Development ChiefSays would use 230 routing

New High School Principal Approved [[ Narcotic Addict series of treatments is under. Most observers More Fa\onill consider the new

1 taken early after infection It <=

I Orphan. Slip And Slide I! easily transmitted by contact Plane Plant favorable interchange to location Starke than as even the more

%With Admonition About Small Clique I i Gets Five Years possibly The fo'a from the half-grown Alligator animal Creek suggestion, since it would tend first to

Isn't anyone. just anyone. in- j Remember two weeks ago I spread the traffic flow on both
Not Slated
5 '; tereVed in acquiring a slightly when the StarKe Council del- swamp area, was killed Sundayin : HereThere's sides of town rather than in one
w-: formally i the garage of the %V. J. Ep-
Beecher Payne was In State Prison
used 60-foot water tank? oed into the excess greasing I concentrated area. This would
hired as Bradford County High I, i person home, 508 East Washington ,
of the street sweeper"I
The City of Starke has one city cause the town to build up be-
with II i St "not much doubt" that
School principal Saturday for free. All it wants is removal I I I That was when Council tween the two access highways.it .
the admonition to avoid letting I A 20-year-old New York i But since the animal brain millionaire Howard Hughes will
of the 56-year-old relic down youth Chairman James Lewis was is believed.
." I was destroyed the bullet Tra- locate his hugo aircraft plant in
by
the schoo
,any small clique run by the power plant. A new who pleaded guilty to stealing j]I quoted as saying: "It's so j i the The new development in the m-
wick said there could be State : populous Miami Chair- ,
area
no
Tbe formal approval came at $58,000 tank in the northwest narcotics from a Starke ',, slick it won't sweep. It's slid- terchange I location here tends to
prescrip- Health Board check to determineif man J. Saxton Lloyd of the Florida -
meeting of the School Board, S4A section of town has replaced the 'I.j ing by the dirt." I' bear out a prediction made some
1
tion
fa unanimously ratified an ij shop drew a five year prison the animal was rabid. Development Commission
; old. The story was carried over months ago by Turnpike Authority
nomination of the Board I sentence Wednesday.His I I But he added, "A fox is a wild told the Telegraph this week.
the of the Associated Chairman
"t'lof The city opened bids several wires Thomas B. Manuel
School Trustees. 18-j ear-old I animal and is fearful of humans. !I I "The best bet is it will be located -;I
: weeks ago for tank removal.! woman companion Press. And Lewis has been (that "Starke stands to benefit
who has been If a fox loses this fear and : in the Broward-Dade area," ,
Payne principal "t J The best proposition called for also of New York, was getting mail. One prankster. more than any other town in the
at Mayo for six years, succeeds \ I who his "U.R nears human habitation it's almost said Lloyd. "There simply isn'tniuh State from the full
signed name as
I turn-
,j the city to pay $1.700. The given a three year probationary ) '! ( length
infected
> sure thing he is "
Charles S. Partin, who accepted j question about that. I "
Council Slick. President. Grease Dis- ]pike.
City formally rejectedthis '
I sentence, she treated "
providing is ; with rabies.
The
a principalship at Eustis. Payne I bid Tuesday night. tributers Inc." wrote: Telegraph queried Lloyd i Another Authority member, who

was present at Saturday's meet- for drug addiction in New York I "We offer to you at a spec- I City Policeman W. K. Griff is. i 1 by telephone because of persistent I did not wish to be quoted. predicted -

I Also Tuesday, the Council II The two are George Gilbert Jr j who was in on the kill, said the I rumors that Hughes might .j
ingThe i took under consideration an of- ial discount, one of our port- a rosy future for Starke
Epperson family saw the fox i ]locate his Bland-i
warning about operation : fer by J. E Hildebran to take I and Aline Morrissey. Both were !I able oil wells We guarantee i plant at Camp due to its strategic position in the
of the school from Board Ht't'l'Iu'r W. seeking to catch birds in the ;ing near Starke.
came l'liJne
with this to be the Slidingest ( turnpike picture. "Your townmight
the tank down for $897.50. But. charged breaking and en-
Member H. A. Lawsonho commented _ _ Slick Sweep Streeper Grease yard The animal hid in a culvert >Momentum: even be the starting pointot
asked Council members, what tering and possession of narcotics. I I then retreated into the Ep
: I a good system. You have that reputation would the city do with a pileof available at this price. when flushed The rumors gained new momentum -' legs to future turnpikes in
offenses which from
could have'
Must Run Job throughout the state I j scrap? "We also recommend that person garage I with reports that a': Georgia and Alabama." he said.o .

"If you run the job I'm behind The fact that last principal brought 13-year prison sentences. limited quantities be applied the culvertIn I,1 group of men from outside the i Shift seen
;your Membera
expressed hope a the he was killed
you 100 per cent But I won't was with you nine yea is showsbe junk dealer, possibly from Jacksonville The sentence was: rendered b) when greasing your Street with a 38 garage revolver by Aim Cay I county were interested in 2.500 : Although the projected turnpike

if you let a few people run j great stability. I might remove the tank Circuit Judge George L. Pattenin Sweeper. If too much is used Epperson's son-in-law. 1 acres north of Sante Fe Lake'for route, as shown on the aerial

you. We have a group around "I'm glad to have an opportun- Oreasyitos may set in and corstruction of a residential ]photographs, is based on the "f eas-
for nothing. He could salvage. a virtually empty courtroom The bullet shattered the fox's I
here which wfll try to engineer'I' ity to join your system." the tank scrap. Only court officials and a hand- jour Sweep Streeper, I mean I I brain and Trawick explained the,I area.Lloyd ibility survey" rather than the
you. I soon Part Ways Street Sweeper, will not function as chairman of the : !final survey that will be made be-
Any takers? ful of lawyers and specatorswere rabies check could not be madeon
"Frankly, ne talked to peoEarlier, County School Supt present. properly. brain tissue because Development Commission, would i( i ibe fore construction begins, it is not

pie from Mayo. They say you're | Harmon P. Morgan had told "Looking forward to a reply damaged one of the first to know anyjl i likely to shift more than a quarter -
blood
Good Deal Neither of the two showed cells interferith the diag-
the type who stands for what he I Payne, "If I were going down from you concerning your nosis. developments concerning the new | of a mile in any direction, an

thinks is right That's what we t there as principal, I would try to emotion while being sentenced Slick Starke Street Survey plant. The Commission's job is to Authority member said.

need here." I please But if I found After sentencing the girl cried Status ." Although the fox in Epperson'syard facilitate the location of industry Location of the interchange
everyone. Roadway Swap while talking to Gilbert. She had could have been rabid no in the east of Starke is def-
state.
regarded
Payne said he had encountered a group that had to do everything Enclosed in the letter was as
I said earlier they intended to I one was bitten and no one bandied -
similar problems at Mayo, and he I their way, we'd soon part ways." get a small plastic packet of I the animal fee Lloyd, a wealthy Daytona initely secured by a three-point

promised "not to be used knowMorgan! added: "We give the married. I grease! sufficiently to Beach automobile dealer, had this anchor: 1) feeder traffic from U.

ingly by small Helps CountyA Gilbert said he had been ad- endangered.To to say: ,I' S. 301; 2) feeder traffic from
any group. [principal authority to operate the defend
He added "I know you have; (Continued on Page 4)) I dicted to narcotics for the past the county from a "I don't know a thing about ;i *State Road 100; 3) the proximityof

I five years. He once underwenttreatment Soil Bank Limit rabies outbreak and possible fatal the possibility of locating at Camp Blanding which, in ease

I $14.000 road building expenditure -I at New York's Riverside infection to humans, Trawick Blanding although I heard the] of future war-time use, would require -

to "help out" Clay I Hospital. a state institution urged: rumor. The best bet is it will be easy access to the turnpike.It .

City Council Says County was authorized by the : solely for the treatment of addicts Set For June 30 1)) innoculate all dogs and sim- located in the Broward-Dade area. ; 1 is known that National Guard

Bradford County Commission I under 21. ular pets against rabies. He said There simply isn't much question headquarters at St. Augustine requested

I Friday, but the commissioners as- The Morrissey girl said she had I Dr. R S. Mulltns has plenty of about that. I', location of the interchange -

TRUCKS BANNED OFF STREETS sured themselves they'd get the been taking narcotics for two I Bradford farmers interested in I vaccine at his veterinary hospital Populated Area \\l on Highway 230 or immediate -

investment back but quick.In years and once had been privately the federal government's 'soilbank" I on the Keystone Heights road. "The man: reason for the location : vicinity.If .
I I return for the $14.000, Clay 2)) pen up and isolate all animals present plans materialize.
The Starke City Council agreed Council agreed to contract with treated by a physician. I program for this season'scrops is its nearness to a large I!
County officials. agreed to secure The two to which become sick, then notify large scale farming operations at
Tuesday to ban heavy trucks County Tax Assessor Gene Long came Starke. reg- have only until June 30 to I populated area. It will take too\
right of on U. S. 301 north istered the County Health Clinic. I .J. R. WainwHght'g farm east of
way as man and wife in I
from the city streets. for working up the city's tax roll. apply, County Agent George T long to build homes for 15,000
'f Bradford County. local house The incubation period is 21 days I (Continued on Page 4))
and confessed
rooming -
The ban came after City Clerk Long complied the tax roll for Huggins said this week. animals be people elsewhere. They can move |
so must
Johns warned that log and pulp- the first time last year, and City "This is one of the best deals to entering V. E Howard's. Huggins stressed that crops that segregatedfor much faster in a populated area. I

wood vehicles "will completely Clerk Johns said the system was 'he county has ever made," ex- prescription shop on Temple Ave are not eligible if any harvest period. "To be very candid about it, i
3)) if to destroy a Poor Yield
tear up city streets." He said the very successful Council Chairman lalmed Circuit Court Clerk in the early morning hours of has been made. sick animal necessary, do not the I don't think there's much doubt Crop
damage
trucks largely travel on Water, James Lewis quoted Long to the "harles Darb)'. May 12. They took a variety of Under the program the head. An undamaged head, cratedin about locating in Broward-Dade :,

Church. Walnut and CherryStreets. effect the roll could be compiledfor The deal came about in this drugs. government seeks to reduce farm ice and sent to Jacksonville, area. The plant will have to be i i j

less money because of last They were apprehended by city surplus by paying farmers to divert is necessary for diagnosis. Notifythe adjacent to a lot of people. i I Of Minor Import

"The State Road Department year's experience. way.Clay County i<* paving five police, pleaded guilty before land. In Bradford County County Health Clinic "I don't think Hughes will have ,

warned us the streets are lightly. Some counties have secured miles of road around Lake Gen Judge Patten, and jailed pending the primary crop concerned is 4) if bitten or scratched ba any difficulty in getting the need- |

paved and will not stand up under special legislative acts enablingthe eva, and the road is badly wanted I j pre-sentence investigation. flue-cured tobacco I sick animal, or a strange animal. ed 30,000 acres in the Dade-Bro-1 Says, Loan Group

heavy pounding." said Johns. county assessor to compile by residents in the area I Judge Patten told a reporter Huggins said the governmentwill notify the Health Department ward area."

'"Other cities prohibit trucks, I Gilbert drew the heavier sentence I pay IS cents per pound for What about the interest shownin
city tax rolls. Bradford has no But six-tenths of the five miles :' immediately.
and Starke should do it before the because of his long record of addiction tobacco destroyed under the soil the Sante Fe Lake region Although the farming season
law. so special) arrangements are is located in Bradford County TraVick said rabies is currently -
to I and his role the bank Total for I' just ending has been a relativelypoor
in
pavement goes pieces. major program.: pounds "They probably are interested :
necessary. Clay was more willing to pave being discovered in tats, foxes j I
fe'fanners act-
one, only a
Can B> RerouteJohns burglary. payment is estimated by the yield for speculative purposes. A '
this Bradford but the 1 group
all It
segment. over Florida.
Paid raccoons "
$1,200 and
explained that truckerscan j Although Gilbert drew five per acre as the crop currently appears did the same thing here (in Day-1''ually lost money and 80 per cent
State Road Department wouldn'tallow be unusual to find the
The ) would not "
city paid Long $1.200 for not hurt at all, accordingto
were
be routed through town on it.That's. Year concurrent terms for each tonal), and then found nothing ;!
the work last disease spread to this area.
and which
year Long two sources supply far-
streets designated as state high- j of the two offenses, he will be Land under the soil tank pro- to it. They didn't get a damn ;
gave one-half to his office when Clay County [ He said he had been fearful of : credit.Payments.
help J mers
ways. These were constructed to I eligible: for parole in about two gram cannot be used for other thing
vehicles one-third to himself and onethirdto pealed to Bradford commission-I i! I I an outbreak in the populated | on loans have not
bear heavy years crops or grazingHuggins said Other Chances"But
Council to work the County Commission for use ers They asked Bradford to la i in the will areas around Camp Blandingand I 1 been as high as former )'ears, one
The agreed upa I' The sentence both participation program if Bradford doesn't get
of out $14.000 in secondary girl's on Kmgsley Lake. "I've sent in a official said, but small
county equipment. gas only a
routing system which would I not affect the farmers 1957 to- Hughes. it will get somethingelse.
counts three be
was to
1 money to the six-tenths I years multitude of heads from out number of farmers have asrfed
keep trucks off the lightly paved: Long said neither County Com-I pave served i bacco allotment. I This thing of industry in
mission mile. and the county commission concurrently. But providing there," he said. "I'm not taking for an extension of credit, although -
state
nor auditors had |
Huggins to Florida is
city streets j I' she returns to New York : urged farmers contact really rolling.
I chances.
'I agreed! Friday. ; any will be known after
the council objected to the procedure. I his office more ,
for The
In another action I and voluntarily! submits to treat- luther details. ; report is that Hughes has
I
wild animal
loses
agreed to allow private u e of its In other actions the Council: But. in consultation with a i i I "As soon as a an eight million dollar contractfor the tobacco crop comes in.

dragline for $10 an hour. This 11 agreed to complain to the Clay County commissioner and : ment in Riverside Hospital. she ;, I its fear of man, you can be sure I military aircraft. Forecasting that the day of the
I can remain free on j Insurance Adjuster
probation. it's sick and probably with ,
policy was made upon the request Seaboard Railroad about holes the district's state senator the The Blanding ]little farmer in Bradford Countyis
I rumor was some-
"
(! and maintenance of railroad Bradford secured an Says Starke LiableIn rabies, he said 1 over this official said:
of Morris Edwards Jr. as pre- poor. group agreement what logical because of the 100-
; :Carter Elected Head The Bradford area was noti think the small farmer
; "I don't -
that Clay will secure right :
sented by Councilman I. E. Clark rossmgsI .000 available acreage and the
The rental of the equipment I :21 1 established a 30 minute of way for widening three milesof : Of Local Polio Unit Police Accident |I threatened by rabies for a 10 nearness to the Jacksonville la- can make a go of it any-

Clerk parking front of U S. 301 which cuts through I year period. until last AugustI more. They have got to have
zone in !
was strongly urged by City j I City i stuck bor market.
The City of Starke is I II I
I when a rabid fox attacked a Negro other
who said he had rented Hall. so city patrons could park Clay while funneling traffic to Two large acreage, or some
Johns. I Maxie Carter Jr was elected weeks the !
Telegraph
with the $273 tab for repairing ago .
I at their
SUike: I t| couple home near source of income. The econ'my of
the dragline upon occasion in his while transacting business chairman of the local chapter checked the
i iof authenticity of the
I its new police car : I ; .
Raiford
i I I has changed from th
building supply business. :31 agreed to re-advertise for This particulai segment of U. the National Polio Foundation J JI rumor and came with this county
The 1956 Ford patrol car wasinvolved up
Mattie
DeWitt d.uM
The
couple i when farm
| : and 'days a family
Basic Material fuel oil used by the city light S. 301 near Maxwell is of little at a meeting in the Garden Restaurant in collision with 1956Pontiac hoe results. Interview negat-I'
I a a '
'iHathcoik.I treat-
were successfully about $300 aear
He said users of shipped rock. j plait This action was taken atI value to Clay County but is ormuch i Tuesday Mrs industry chiefs and get by with
driven by Jimmy ;'i ed for the disease, although both cash income."
he and EuA'arclo. could the of oil dealer. The interest" Bradford. That's': I
such as I request an Other officers selected were Southern Bell Telephone Co.
Moore 10 days The cit s in
ago. were bitten. Hathcock killed the Another had this t-i
not secure labor to unload rail- !| present contract for 1062 cents why Clay has dragged its feet in' Mrs Charles Darby vice chair- will cover $230 1 i Jacksonville.At I source
t liability insurance fox with a length of j the farm situation this sea-
pipe.
road cars by hand during Summer : :a gallon. is with the Gulf Oil Co securing right of way for the i! man: Mrs P. D. Fancher. secretary damage to the Moore \ehicle. i that time State Quartermaster :on
At that time health officials
He said rock and 4 \ agreed to chlorine proposed widening by th State '! 1 1 son:
months purchase
; and L. M Gaines. treasurer City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. embarked on an innoculation projgram. : Ralph W Cooper Jr. of "I think that those dependent
gravel is "basic building used in the city water supply Road Department. j the State Armory Board, which
told the City Council Tuesdaythat
They also set out dozens ,on farming this season will make
needed in Starke. material"I I from another distributor: Johns The "trade" between the two i Area committee chairman se- the insurance adjuster from 1 i controls Blanding, said use of the .
j of traps in an effort to catch rabid -: a little money. due to their program
"ItiU definitely said the new arrangement of a- groups means Bradford will I lectej were Dave Shuford. John Jacksonville haj admitted liability animals because they spread military reservation would re- of diversified activities.

vice to some businesses," he bout 13 cents a pound a saving spend $14,000 for a road of minor'J'I Torode. Foster Shi Smith. Mrs /or the accident. This 1 I quire Congressional action.
S3.id'l the disease No other cases were None has made any real money
pointing out dragline ? of a cent a pound. will save the 'moorUnce to its residents, while : Charles Dinkins. Mrs Robert Mc- means, said Thomas, that I i reported. i[ He added "Let's put it this this year, and it has been a bad

would not complete with any established city about (S3 a year. Clay will make possible-for probably 1 Ra?. Mrs Jack DuMar Hugh In- the city will have to repair: its> ;f way The rumors are possible var for the little farmer, who

business. 5i\ agreed to investigate the a much higher cost a gram Sara Barefoot Betty Durl- own vehicle. but highly improbable"i
i rinds it harder every year to
Futhermor, said Johns, the i desirability of securing collision better road to funnel traffic to' ing and Ralph Nettles. Referring to discussion about: | Everyone PaysI i Since then a group of men make a go of it. The little man

city still oes $3.500 on the insurance for the city's err.ergency Bradford. j i from South Florida has shown
the accident, Thomas said. "The j I w-Ul have to find some other
equipment J the rental sys vehicles! The question, posedby Also holding up the U S, 301 j! Beauty Contestant case has been tried about 50 I j City Tnmua Nor- j interest in the Sante Fe Lake means of adding to his income"He
'
tem pay for it. City Attorney Arch ThomasJr. widening is lack of right of way' region supposedly investigatingthe ,
times on the streets. I don'tknow I1 InaA this week tagged a ear for continued:

Johns said she I .. was brought about by the recent futher north in Duval County. I Miss Linda Johns. recent Brad- what people expect us to Illegal parking on Court St. I prospects of a 1.500 house "More and more of my cuatom-

Council had adopted I' accident involving the policecar. Bradford officials understand Du- ford High graduate of Starke do about it. If the city had admitted I He told City Clerk Carl Jonas residential development. era are week-end farmers. They

I iinit private use of I' val has its acquisition program will represent Starke in New berry liability, it would have that Mayor W. T. Jackson had work off in order to make enough
cftf: nt, but Councilman 6)) agreed to investigate < $ request underway. I 'I
Watermelon Festival beauty contest lost its insurance protection. ordered the tagging of aU aatoi Recent BirthMr. money to keep the farm going
T aid the policy applied of Kenneth C. Grider that In another &C'tion. the Board
: Saturday. [ Police car driver EF, Miles mobile violations with "no exceptions. : and then they mk small plant-
only to non-compensated private city water and sewer lines be extended accepted a 45-month easement Miss Johns who Mrs held I ." .
is sponsored; I and Moore different and Mrs. W. L. Boatwright ings of cash crops if they fit

work.. I to Melton Circle in South- from Sheriff P. D Reddish on a't by the local American Legion opinions as to who had right of t Then Jackson forked over the ': announce the birth of a daughter, it good, they're ahead, and if they

('ltyTsxRoU wes: Starke. where he proposesto one acre plot. The county will use Post is the daughter of Mr and i way at the Madison and Walnut I SI floe, which had been levied 1: Melba Yvonne June 14 in Doctor's lose, they have something to fall

In still another action the build a home. the plot aj a clay borrow pit. Mrs S. R. Johns. i intersection traffic light. against his personal car. (tJ Hospital. I' hack on."







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to Starke. We certainly will miss groom. PAGE TWO KKII> \\", J\t: 195d; 1 1
this family and want to wish Mrs. Padgett was born and
editorialCreeping t
Farmer's DiaryBy them good luck and happiness at raised Maxville, attended Max dence and aJdret--i? lnknown. Clerk of the riri-it! C-i-jrt.
You are hereby notifies mat a BT Marian L. Crosby. Deputy rierkNO
their new home. vile school and graduated from full f..r div.rtha* b..enfil..d ; 1

Sam McGarrey Mr and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Bald-A-in High School this term again you the above named
I Court and cause and you are required urn OF \TKMION: in I
children and Mrs. Hattie Nolan Mr. Padgett attended school in
to serve a copy of your answer IU.I"Ttn: KII TITIOIMI:
Statism Inches were business visitors in Jackson- Clay Hill and Baldwin and at or pleading to the complainton X..'..'< ? :- here'i: .t .1
At breakfast the other morning the Plaintiffs Attorney und"r>!;:n.,to IIl1d..r t tt'hapte
ville Monday. present is employed at Laprell's Taen-r! A :M.i.idin: -. T.auKx- :.
Into Law EnforcementThe we watched our cat, Dit. playing Among the Macclenny graduates garage on Edison Avenue in han):.- luilJinc.: JjflkM-iiiille ". AUs of 1841. wit!:
r a game with a family of F'h..n.1. Clerk of the ('.1.1'I I
this year were Minnie Lee Jacksonville. They are making and file the original in the office of f--r Kradfiird <"" .
He
mockingbirds. was up on a Wilkinson their home for the the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on or ida, f .
Hargroves and Charlene present on upon receipt pi ;
daily ]press reports that State Attorney tence post, and the birds swooped before the tin ..( tin"; ni't.i t-! ;, f
General Richard W. Ervin would like to turn over down and tried to chace him off, both Maxville girls. Charlenehas Chatham Road in Jacksonville.Birtlu1.I Hi day (.f July ]'.';.;: name of Business A is. .: .':fr \\ t t
otherwise the allegations of tail we are engaged in ii'-.n._ .
some of his enforcement duties to the newly created e.-u-h time coming closer and clo- alreadyaccepted a positionat ) Party Complaint will be taken as confessed Temple Av*.. Stark.K:!:i iX. : > I.
: About hour later a store in Jacksonville.Mr. Misses Charlene Wilkinson and by you. Marguerite Hall Sea W. I ,. .
ser. an we saw
Florida Sheriff's Bureau In this case it concerns .
This notice shall r ..
Bell and Marie Bell entertained at the Ie publishedonce St. tark. Fa.. :>:----t. i.:- : -'
enforcement of the anti-bookie laws which the birds fighting off a crow who and Mrs. Morris each week for four consecutiveweeks Onota P. Peyton r. > 1'<.' !1. .-- ;..
What family spent the weekend at their home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wilkinson : IQ tile Uradrora County Tele Fla.n half: tnt..r..t.P..l I
prohibit off-track betting on horse and dog races Our berry :season came to an happened along. scrappers graph.UKKH. .
._ : tins Sth day >f J-i-
Jr Monday June \ p.
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Ocala ,
these mockingbirds are: camp near evening I' .1 oj. ,",,'
Hut it brines a major Question to mind: Whatis end on June 14, latest date we 1. 1 ..: :':.1rl..o', I"r.1tltr\\ r .'\t> .
IS with ( I.U 5i-.t,., ., .
weiner birth-
a roast and "
Helen Mrs. Hester "I t
Mrs. : Shuford. rt "I'" F: >
n..i. )
While have S SIre Ii 5 4: ti Jj
the State Government doing in the law enforce- have ever picked. we (
Hicks. Mrs. Alma Anders of day party honoring Miss Shirley
ment field. anyway? n't counted up yet. it looks like got another cat to keep !
Lawtey and Mis. Winifred Martin Wilkinson on her 14th birthday. .
=
we had a fair return. not consid- Dit a black little rascalwe ,
Need we remind that every year sees more and that worked harder and company of Daytona Beach visited withMr. Games were played throllgholttthe

more and more State encroachment into the area ering than we on other patchwe called Inky. They spit at each and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and evening. ROBBINS' SUMMER
longer any
of law enforcement which traditionally has ever had. One thing is sure, other and instead cf teing; pals family Friday evening Funeral 5er ice, Held Sunday

been the function of local authorities. if a family unit works at terries are getting along like two Mrs. Xellie Odom and Mr. and For Accident Victim

Here are some instances. State beverage they earn every cent they get out strange bulldogs. Guess they'll Mrs. Jimmie Wainwright of St. Funeral services were held!

agents, oft-times without notifying sheriffs, of them. have a battle and decide which Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at

swoop down upon moonshining and bootlegging one is the boss man. and thenthey'll Farley Rhoden of Jacksonville the Long Branch Church for little Skirt

operations. The attorney general's men not the All of which reminds us of a get along* better.* spent the weekend with their David Monroe Higginbotham. 4

sheriffs-master-mind most raids on lotteryand remark made by a grower around brother and sister-in-law Mr and six-year-old son of Mr and MrsE.

bookie operations. here the other day. He said: Heard some figures this week Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family. D. Higginbotham. who was
that will illustrate what
Now the embryonic; Sheriffs Bureau, originally "Every year farmers around of the farmers are some Mrs. Virginia Jenkins. Mrs. accidently killed about 2:30: p. m
here have worked through the up against. Hester Hicks adrs.. Alma Anders Friday afternoon June 15. While
established! as a clearing house for information This man had 15 of sweet We
acres Are
fall and winter and made a crop of Lawtey and Mrs. Wini crossing the highway front of Over-Loaded With Summer
its share of law enforce-
prepares to assume corn and he was offered $500 for
of berries and got some money fred Martin of Daytona Beach his home he was run over by a Skirts ,
the crop. He figured his expensesand and They MUST GO! ... Shop
ment.What's from them. Then they took that visited in Maxville Monday with log truck. Services were conducted -
to blame for this march of statism? money and put it in other spring they came to about the a- Mrs Gazelle Sweat and Mr. and by Rev. Willie Crews of Mac Early and SAVE!

We think it is found among Florida's sheriffs crops and lost it:' mount he was offered and it is Mrs. Dan Parrish. clenny and interment was in the

themselves. Take a look at the record of the past When we first came here folks easy in. Either to see he what could a spot take he the was a- The class party for Mr. Rick- Long Branch Cemetery. Active

eight years or so. ard's room, which was to have Pallbearers were, Ed Waters.Roger .
told us that berries were the mount offered and just about
Sheriff Walter Clark of Broward County been at Strickland's Landinglast North Eugene Watson. B
cash and it break
most dependable crop even, or get some hogs and
admitted in sworn testimony that he was a part- Saturday. has been postponed P. Coleman. Milton Coleman and
has proved out that way for us, gamble on selling the corn that
in bolita and slot machine syndicate. due to the tragic death of Billy Nolan. David is survived!
ner a for we have made money every way. No wonder farmers have a
Sheriff Frank M. Williams of Polk County was year on berries. worried look about them! little David 1Ii inbotham. All by his parents and two brothers.

indicted by grand jury for accepting a bribe from S S S e S S interested in carrying out this Gary Hance and John Edward of i., c
party within the next two or Maxville and his paternal grandparents -
gamblers. There's been an invasion a- Animals have a perversity forgetting three weeks are asked to con- Mr. andIrs.. Buford And

Sheriff H. Isle Enzor of Okaloosa County was round here. Not little men from into places they're not tact Mrs. C. B Xolan. Higginbotham of Maxville andmaternal F '.

!suspended from office or allowing gambling" casinos Mars, or Reds but a pesky grass supposed to be. One of the calves The Willing Worker's and Teenagers grandparents.. and W Up

to operate in full blast. which has just about taken over this week got into the feed shed Club met together Thursday Mrs Hance Sweat of Macclennv

Sheriff Hugh Culbreath of Hillsborough County many of the crops in this a1 and, knocked things around and night at the home ofIr.. The whole community deeply

was indicted for allowing open gambling and Named "Hitler" grass by Charlie really messed up the place. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and had a grieved by this tragic accidentand l
Gaskins (because it took over) S S SHear 1
bootlegging. hay rule and weiner roast in hon- we all extend our deepestand
it is supposed to be a form of"quack" that the pecan crop this
or of Carolyn. Edwin and Roger sincere sympathy to the
Sheriff Sullivan of Dade
Jimmy County was
1t
grass a fastgrowingpest year may te light. There appear-
indicted for incompetence and neglect of duty. Chilson who with their family family. 3
that outgrows ev'ery'thingatound ently was a good crop on the
Sheriff Alex Littlefield of Volusia County was here. \\'' got some out trees but a lot of them have: moved to Starke last SaturdayBaby' TIIK RIGHT POINT for the

suspended, for permitting gambling, and sworn of Luther Milliard's field, whereit shedded Ilarri- lest your favorite ESTERBRO.OK %:;r lit t&bs
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Harris an-
testimony in a later income tax case showed he has just about choked his corn S e fountain Pen. TF.LEGUAI'II.
nounce the arrival of
a baby son
received thousands of dollars in "political contri- to death. Farmers around here Got our first fruit this year in way you write. Come in and seNOTIfK -
born Friday morning in St. Vincent's *
butions" from known gamblers.A say this grass is a stranger to our orchard. Our persimmon tree Large I
Hospital. Jacksonville. The TO 4PPRUI
former sheriff of Levy County his name these parts, and are at a loss to has some fruit and we hope we young man has been named David In flri-uK Court Bradford. County.KlorMni Selection I '
how it got started. it before the IB Chanrrrv.
explain get 'possums.
at the moment i is sen'ingtime in
escapes us Allen. Mrs. Harris is the former Katherine r.lh"ulI. Plaintiff \ -. s,
the State Prison for accepting bribes from moon- S S S S r;....rge I '..111"1111. P,.f"n< .,nt. >, .;
Miss Juanita Harper of Jacksonville ..
shiners. Some of the first watermelonsof An dear old friend of ours i is %,,>lr To Anpr"rT ,'." e X.' .. 10-l( i ; Assorted M

Sheriff Hobby of Seminole County is awaitinga the season were shipped from being "buried" this week. She rudgett-IIarris ,,: f--"rs: ,'.iHi'-un.! those re-i-
early last week when will be cremated, and we wont Patterns ;
second trial on charges of conspiring with moon- Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris announce '
cars. Melons he able to attend the sen-ices. ;
loaded two
shiners. Sworn testimony an earlier case showed Mr. Suggs the marriage of their EVERYTHING IX We
good are referring of to
a pretty course
the sheriff even helped load moonshine into are bringing daughter. Grace Jeannette to Sizes ':t <'Z"i ,
this season, but there are not our old station wagon, Nellie, "
price
vehicles. John Dillinger Padgett, son of TILEAlso I
around. which we sold this week for junk. 22 38ROBBINS'
Sheriff II. P. Gordon of Polk County is undera many Mrs. Bertha Padgett and the -

five year State Prison sentence in'a briberycase T TTYTYYYTTYTTTTYTTTTTTT* the hospital Monday evening.R. late Buddy Padgett of Maxville.

involving State Sen. Harry King. L. Harris carried Mr. and The marriage was solemnized

Not all of these cases culminated in prison sentences MAXV1LLE Mrs. J. D Bell and family over Friday evening, June 15, at 8:30: PRE-CAST

mostly because of technicalities. In at to Orange Park Sunday morning p. m. by the Judge in Xahunta. CEMENT STEPS

least one isolated instance. a suspended sheriff Sirs. C. B.:1oLlntAAIAIAlUA1t,111AAA1AAA1 to spend the day with Mr. Bell':$; Ga Those attending the wedding DEPT. STORE

has run for the office again and been elected. By mother and stepfather, Mr. and I were the parents of the bride.Mr. JUDD TILE CO.
Mrs. C. p isgett. Mr. and MrsIsgett and Mrs. Oscar Harris and
Actually, some cases never reached the publicear.
brought them back homE, her sister Miss Elva Jean Harris. 127 Lafayette St. "THE STORE OF VALUES"
Sometimes a sheriff resigns for "health"reasons Little :Marsha Roberson of Jack- Phone :215-J
Sunday evening and Mr. and Mrs. Abey Laprell.

upon adequate threat of scandal from sonville spent the weekend with Little Botby; Nolan was confined .. sister and trother-tn-law of the -- I .. .,
the governor's office her grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy
to his home last weekend will
Some sheriffs apparently have thrown up their Waters.Mr. an attack of tonsilitU.

hands and given up. How else can you account and Mrs. B. L. Stanley and Mrs. Hattie Nolan and granddaughter

for Nassau's and Baker's reputation as Florida's daughter Sandy, formerly of PattyParish. wer e

"moonshine capitals" which is openly acknowledged Charleston, S. C are spending a business visitors in Jacksonvilllast

on the floor of the Legislature? week with Mrs. Stanley's moth Thursday.Mr. Orda

And it's almost universal that sheriffs tendto er. Mrs Dorothy Waters and and Mrs Ray Pellum an:

assume the characteristic of county political family. Mrs. Stanley has been Leroy Pellum of Jacksonville an
"boss," partly because of their official power, and transferred Force Base from to Miami the CharlestonAir and they Misses Jewel Higginbotham an I

partly because of fear on the part of the Negro will make their home there. Evelyn Coleman enjoyed a picni,c

population. This manipulation of the Kegro"ote Jack Waters Bud Waters and at Kingsley Lake last Wednesday

particularly in Duval County, which has 25- Bob Stanley went Deep Sea Fish Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilsoi\
voters has profound and family moved from thei r
-
000 registered Negro
ing Saturday and came home
home here in Maxville Saturda;l r
significance. with a big string of fish.
The Negro race does itself an injustice when
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson of Costkss !
it yields to the manipulation of a few whites instead Jacksonville were guests! of Mrs.
of free and MR.
of discharging its responsibility Dorothy Waters and family on TIMBER

independent voting. Saturday enroute to Lave Oak to

All of this, of course, makes the citizenry takea \'isitith Mr. Roberson's family GROWERAre

dim view of local law enforcement in many Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Mrs.

instances. Dorothy Waters carried the intermediate .
following the exampleof
you
And what appears on the horizon with Flor- girls of the Maxville

ida in the midst of a record period of growth and Baptist Church to Strickland's your. friends and neighborsand When you take everything into
at Mori load of
selling! your Pulpwood >pac any
progress? Will we live to see a gigantic state Landing Tuesday for a picnic and the new Bradford Woodlot? consideration, you'll agree it 1 /I-Kx PickupN 5 w8'bo yon

police, with big guns and spit-and-polish uni- outing. Also going along with If you're not you are missingout coats less to own a Ford Truck. 1 I 11 I S' wb,ucha corf.

forms,, establishing headquarters in every county them were Mrs Jack Waters,
on a source of ready ca..hthat Ford costs start low-Ford costs .
sheriffs eventually be relegated to Mrs. Bud Waters Mrs. Bill Rob- a
Will
? our should not be overlooked.We ..
positions of minor functionaries, primarily concerned erson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob stay low!
pay cash "on the spot," and y
with serving : in nonsupportcases Stanley.
processes the most modern facilities for -
-
We are to learn that lit-
? sorry You probably know that the
tle Louie Dee Owens is still ill unloading are at your disposal.
factory-suggested list prices of Lp
If such things should come to'pass. protesting e _
longest and loudest will be Florida sheriffs. and is confined to Hope Haven Ford Trucks are scaled right :

Cause of it all will be Florida sheriffs. Hospital in Jacksonville. We hope CONTACT down with the lowest What you '. 4I "
that he will soon be able to come may not know is that dozens of _

back home Ford Truck models are priced

Helen Cannon is spending this Edwin W. PeckOR dots all competitive makes! y _a

The Right ApproachRecognizing week visiting her grandparents, "

Mr. and Mrs I. A. Bornstein. in And Ford Truck costs are cut '1
C. F. IUTEMAN
that Florida i is facing alarming Jacksonville.Mrs. by resale ralue. It stays high-

water shortage, growing more serious all the Ada Godwin who has beenill Phone 471-J thanks to the big demand for

time, the last Legislature provided for the creat- in the St Vincent's Hospitalin used Ford Trucks. %

ion of a seven-man Water Resources Commis- Jacksonville for the past two P. 0. Box 129-Starke, Fla.
Operating costs? Only Ford
sion to find out what the statewide problems are weeks was brought home from gives the oil and gas economy N _

and then recommend a course of action. 0 Other
of a modern Short Stroke engine truck
The water problem is far more complicatedthan at
in erery truck, V-8 or Six. Maintenance any price
simply a matter of "we've got too much"or costs; Fords are built YOU all" these gi v eS

"we haven't got enough." For instance, all efforts Ford
for life! .
stronger l'i "< cfn longer Only features
,
Ford
with the control of
to date to do anything esyOU
Stroke : mod
water along the Santa Fe River have been at line power n erer y ern Short You a
\-8 engine in .
Kretertje7
the combination
an impasse. In times of flood. every landowner ltUR! -te r or Six' glne feat n-_s 'of I ong-life en-

wants the excess water taken off his land but f It E Ford' f'-100 Struck found In no other wiseretieved

those living downstream don't want it dumpttton jt i J0" the widest ..tanrfS5Wn' gI'e' cylinder hVJUCh"st rese- /

thorn. ,,_ Ow of any truck cabar rear "'n- exhaust valves|and face tH,diu m'rooled
d
problem. but it ??< .. o other pick stun- balt that with tung
This is an inter-county
IIBrad MARK 55. ; "' rentrifuga/d/ Al7tesJ'ou Ford'Q to file times cooler, last up
much futher than that. Any action taken 'gn clul r h" longerrun.

ford 'ounty that changes the flow in Santa F,. 43 h.p.4 Cylinders In Line, Alternate Fin>{ ) Mrongl'r engagnmrnt" longer" lifer 11Oreri ed Trucks glue'

al"I. affects Alachua. Union. Columbia and nthcounties. !- r Thunderbolt Engine; Reverse Gear and Neutral ginecrprj' d Pickup's. axles CUstom Cab' has tops in comfort you the
,
t. f are
Their interests must In consideredIn or hp alll'r env foam ire '
any other loads thall rubber in IItchu of
the case of the present study. where problems 33Vjfo more power than the average 1 lb+. more halt-looney. CA to 4)1)() l//hl'! in the the plus three
( of all counties will be put together and combine d seal backseat.
30 h.p. outboard-at approximately In capacity'! .Onl Y Ford
needed hea\-dut
overall conclusions drawn there will be the '- Y models g '
s( v ... all r Fordoge steering whorl anIou -irE'gUard
authority to take action for the interests t \ the same weight an -range, latches leery door

which serve a majority of the people c z super quiet performer for Widest range of Short Stroke power in the standard III all cab s.ton .

This is an intelligent approach to the problem # cruisers, runabouts, wacer-skiing! -- field! New Ford F-600 gives choice of

and we hope the next legislature will do a good Dyna-Float Suspension eliminatesboat r Short Stroke Six and three Short Stroke

job of drawing up a water law that will be fair vibration. America's most \;-3's, to 163 h.p. Max. GVW 19,5001bs. l I- Iid
W4Ih.
and workable. It is badly needed.
powerful production outboard- and

most colorful tOO, with dazzling .ii( bint ft'ttiikoa data Oft !O.502.351Irucks, M.i inurinc*Mjurtj prom Fad Truck lilt to*|*.

..5ill5ill525
i2$25Z525iS!
new 2-tooe Merchromatic colors.
BIO FLEET OWNERS BUY MORE FORD TRUCKS THAN ANY OTHER MAKE I
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9..y..Y9..9 last week with :Mrs: Effie Boat- I .Voiman. Secretary of Chamber :: .. -.-- = -=-:::: a
Mrs. Crow Jones brought little --
right Little and Miss family.Glenda Wilson PINE LEVELby : Joann and Johnny Scott home Leaves For Institute 1 i,

LAWTEYBy \ visited her uncle and aunt. Mr lad Thursday after they had You Get More Low Prices on More Items
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the past two weeks with \Irs :Marian H and :Mrs.: Joe Frigo, at Kings- spen: .
Mrs Joyce T. lhteh11111111111111111111111ts Mi 1 r". 11. ;M. ;McKue4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of commerce secretary, left ....-. -"! .-,. '. "
I I ley Lake the last sick weekend.On list this. week wehave her Eddie in Fernandina Hilliard and son of Val'I,last (Friday) to attend the annual I I' ....-'''''' ....,.- tllflf4.4: : 3\\
last weekend with 10-day Southeastern! (I'lun; ; 'rll I .
rico
Brown. spent
Elaine
Miss Virginia Sapp of Miami ii ,\ W. E Gault :\1r$. Alice Crosby of Tampa is ] relatives here.Mr I ber of Commerce Institute at MOR' f ) -
Sharon: and Butch Prevatt. ,$1,,_... ..... -- "ttl-
her ( .
with I.
visiting her grandmother, Mis. j I' H. E Dixon of Haleyville, Ala. spending a few days i :: and Mrs. G. E. Lanier of Chapel Hill, N. C. '-......;..'..::- > :- .
and I
brother-in-law sister11' -
Arthur Pearce and Mr. Pearce. J visiting his parents. Mr. and and Plant City \'isited11'. and Mrs. During her absence the riun :
Mrs. H H. Lewis. ;, her office has been staffed by
Mrs Sadie Taylor and Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Dixon, and Mr. and Fred Lanier for a few days. They :
:Mr.: and Mrs. A. J. Fender and ] o members of the Starke Garden
Annie Ree Meyers of Jacksonvillespent I Edward Massey. attended a family reunion inLeal1.
Mrs family were visiting Mr. Fender's I I Club with Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Ann Page Tart Sweet
Sunday with their parents Little Phillip Prevatt, son ot Ga. last: Sunday.Mr. '
cousin. :Mrs: J. C. Anderson, at president, in charge of arrange-
and Mrs. Ed Carter I' Rowell Prevatt, had j Mrs Leonard Alridgeof :
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. jII and '
I
(wen St. Mary last Sunray.Mr I, ments, qt
Bennett had misfortune to break his leg Lake City were visiting his SALAD DRESSING 43CSultana
and Mrs. Troy the
Mr. I Conner of
I and Mrs. L. L. Mrs. Howe will be back in! th- (
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as Sunday dinner guests Mrs and is confined to St. Vincent'sHospital. i iI Starke were Sunday dinner guests mother, Mrs. Lanier, last Satur- office on June 25.
Williamson: and son of Mrs. Prevatt is staying I .
Glenn of the H1. McRaes. j day.Mr. I a
JacksonvilleMr. I with her son. I Miss Sharon Crosby and Rod and Mrs Charley Gaskinsand Friday June 29. at S oMoik A I Tender CookedSwanson's
Starlingof Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins had i ; daughter Mary visited the .
and Mrs. James ney Anderson of Tampa, and Miss i i film Lull also bo shown so t'\-.
Starke visited Mrs. Mary Red as Father's Day guests Miss Adel Goldie Thomas of Brooker are Guy Rosier and WiUiard Gaskins one come fellowship with u> I 52-0

dish Sunday evening.Mr. Moore hadas Cox Dinkins of ,Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.. and Horace Mrs j spending this week with :hissYvonne : '''I' families in Macclenny last Sun- II I PORK & BEANS can 2SC

and Mrs Fred Conner.H. day.NOTICE FOR DEPENDABLE :
Mr Dinkins of St. Augustine : In lastwl'k's paper
week Paul
the \
during H. Lewis and the H. M. : IcI -
guests Arwood of Annaton I and Charles Dinkins of Starke.. it said that the Fellowship Meeting ; i i ii
a Raes Mrs. Ella Byrd and
visited
and Mrs.Ala.,H.Mrs. Will Edwards of I Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs. I Mrs Irene Green at Keystone at North Side Church would i Termite Control 5-oz can
Jacksonville, Mrs. S D. Andrews I Werner Dollgin and Mr. and Mrs HeightsIonday.. be on .tune 22 This was a mistake i BONED TURKEY 33C

and daughter of Wildwood, and ;I Miller Xorton, all of Jacksonville, I Remember the revival meeting as the mel'tmK111 be on 0 Groxe SprayingHousehold .
or the Dinkins family as CommercialCall -' '-':"
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer I called on at Pine Level Baptist Church & I

Tampa. Mr. Boyer a brother ol they were returning from Silver I 1 this week. Services each night GOT ASUMMER FR. 6-6035 I Waxed Paper
Mrs. Moore, and Mrs Boyer were Springs. !'at 7:30 o'clock with Dr Cf"11< ) II I
N. C. Reese Parrish is visiting the 125 ft roIl A&P Small
Ridgecrest j of Gadsd"n Fancy
on their way to Simmons evangelist CUT RITE 23C
Florida Pest Control
Fort Pierce COLD
Mr. and Mrs. Arwood left Sun- McSwain twins in i Ala. in charge. Everyone xvel- : I Green
,. and I this week.A. j
visit: their. son George t come. & Chemical Co. '
r ;3family i;; ;; Miami. M. Blanchard and Miss Enza \' TAKE' Armour
Wilkinson and chil-I' Blanchard had as guests during 2lli'25'2252525 24 X. W. 16th Ate. EOdOMEAT
Mrs' Edgar for
dren and Miss Katherine McDa- the weekend Mrs Della McCormick e<< Gaines Florida I 2 23C LIMAS

vid were Saturday dinner guestsof and Miss Arthurine Blanch- I NORTH SIDE 666'for Pest! Control !
Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott of ard of Jacksonville. Silx' erIJrook
Freddy Dinkins returned home; Mrs. Oscar CarterMrs I C
Brooker.Mrs. Bryant Reddish spent Sunday from Jacksonville where'I' By c BUTTER Print! 1 Pound 65C 1-lb can 21

until Saturday: he had visited Miss Adel Dinkins I
Thursday
with from her son-in-law and daughter | and Mrv and Mrs. Horace Cox. | Rudolph Sapp was honored -I :
and Mr. and Mrs. W H Bennett i 1 1 1 1 lona CutGREEK
pons ]
Mr. and Mrs. J O. I with a lovely stork siiovu'i '.it" i
family in Tallahassee. I of Werner Robbins, Ga. were,I :Monday, June 11, given hs Mi- BEANS 303 can 10C
TerryFuteh was the weekend j I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Preston P. L'. Johns, Mrs. I. B Thumpson Iona Cut String
of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy I Green last week. and Mrs. Harold AlxarczMr. ] 1 ,
Morris guest in Columbia, S. CMr Mr and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and and Mrs. Joe MiGetha., ';. 1 1 A&P:
Mrs. Les Prevatt and Joan attended services at Ft. moved to Staike to maken -i' Ii I 303
daughter ana of the State Farm were Cooper Baptist Church in Inverness home. Mrs. McGee is the dau.un i i I GREEN LIMAS can 21C BEANS E S

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Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and last Sunday.Mrs. ter of Mrs. Fred Lanier ,
Sue Ratoui received a sur-
William
Mrs. Willie Griffis. Mr. and Mrs. Bascom NBC RITZ
Mr and )Irs. Everett Burney prise announcement of the arrival of Immokalee are visiting n-t l;,
Jacksonville stopped by to see i of a grandson Donald Shel- lives here for a few days nertS I CRACKERS 1 Pound 31C
of Ib.
Mrs H. R. Sapp on Saturday I ton, early Saturday morning.The I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson .1 can 10C
afternoon as they were returningfrom parents! Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and sons, and Harold Johnson ,I' II I
a Sunday School picnic at I I Pollack; live in Akron, Ohio Madison spent last weekend in Vegetable ShorteningD

Kmgsley LakeColeman Mrs. Joyce Futch spent from Orlando with her parents Mi; I E X0 3 lb. can 83CFrozen -
Phillips of Waldo Thursday until Saturday with and Mrs. Owens. -
:Miss Ola Mae and Danny her daughter, Mary Julia, in Tal- Mrs. O. J. Norman is seuousl< p NEUpIiISsu""a I II I,
brought
Phillips home on Sunday afterthey lahassee. While there she also ill in Riverside Hospital in -lacK IA, I, NiffvWAFFLES Ann Page Pure GrapeJELLY
had spent several days with visited her uncle. Walter Terry. sonville. We wish her a peen>
him and Mrs. Phillips.Mr in Chattahoochee and11'. and recovery II I 5 oz pkg3 for 29CFrozen

and Mrs. R. W. MoseleyI I Mrs. Ancil Futch and family in Mr. and Mrs. Oscar rtr''

spent" the weekend in Jacksonvillewith Quint-v. were supper guests of11: im 1 .\& Goz can J E I I
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I Mr. and Jack Reynolds and I and Mrs J. O. Raulerson: of Mrs. Leon Starling last Thursday I''II

Jacksonville were Monday dinner in Jacksonville. ORANGE JUICE 2 for 25C
sons.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt guests of the L. P. Rafuses. Rexr. Bullard and family V..M. I L
had as Father's Day guests :Mr.: I Mrs. Ethel Reddish Mrs. J T. dinner guests of the Oscar (".II I I ib. jar
and familyof Futih and son. Ralph, were busi- LESS THAN lepER TABLET Z 39C
and Mrs. J C. Prevatt I ters last SundayMr. I CD, B |
Ocala, Mrs. L. H. Harper andfamily ness visitors to Jacksonville on and Mrs. Reese Scott an STRAWBERRIES 16 I
I I 98 1medicine oz. can
when the TABLETS 33C
of Staike, and the Truman Monday. children were dinner quests o you buy big'
Norman family. I Mrs. Ford stokes of Oooee wasa : :Mr. and :Mrs Claience Rhoden! a t chest size! cnly B
Eddie Hilhard and son, Jim, rl'nt1"1101' at the Lonnie the State Farm last Sunday.
of Vahti-o were Saturday night i TI'slon house: Mrs. Oscar Carter and MiMrs. '< _ . . -J "Super-Right" Ready-to-Eat, Lean, Small

guests of the Griff Phillips fami- I Richard Carter were shun 4 6 /Ib Ib
ly. I _----q 44O < ping in Gainesville last Wtdp.fi( KOCH DRUO STORE' COOKED PICNIC to per 33C
Mr and Mrs. Joe Shuford and :] -IIIK RIiHTI-OIXT" the day afternoon.
family of St. Augustine were way you \\ritE'. Come In and se- I 3G's.; Lois Carter and son o f
weekend guests of :Mrs.: John It..t l your favorite EsTERBKP.OK Jacksonville spent last xvcekem I PHONE 5J:

Shuford and Dave. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. I here with her mother, Mrs J. S All Good Brand Sugar-Cured Sliced _
Mrs. :Marshall: ,
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md son of Gainesville, and j a 1 lb pkg.
M.mdv Crosby of Starkf visited j, FORD OOi record BREAKFAST BACON 39CGrade
M.md Iris! C. L. Milliard las': j I sets

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Sumiav.Mr! I .
Dobhs lis.ias : \ -' -
quests and last Mis week Ailie Mrs. Cecil I BA" Dressed & Drawn Quick Frozen 4 to 5 lb. avg.ISLAND .


tenths;and t Mis and and as Casey thildren Sunday Dobbs visitors of, and Jacksonville ,Cecil Mr.- at Indianapolis Speedway LONG DUCKLINGS per /*. 49C


Dubbs of Jacksonville, and :Miss:
Ein.-stme Ht-wett of Tallahassee -- -
Among; those attending the funeral "Super Right" Extra Lean Freshly


lance of."nephew'.IIN'S.JlvhlIonroe: at of Mr.Long and Hig&lnbntham '::\11'. !-iCeiufiiv ;I I -' as GROUND BEEf per lb 39C 3 Ibs. $4 JO

: on Sunday were M: I
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:ind 1l.;s. O J. Anders. MMFlox I -
son, Ms| Glenn !i
M.ntin and
Shufoid.; \ Mr and Mrs. Arthur 8 oz.

Peal t {'. Mis Troy Bennett, Mis asst cold cuts sliced

and Selma Mi-s Ennue.Sam :Hicks.Mi.ss \I.rs. O.. J. Phillips I LIVER CHEESE 27C

Shnlev Register of Dins- j
mon' IS visiting Miss 01.11'1"- -

and Mr. and Mrs Le.she: .
Phillips &:
Phillips m staike. .rf 7 N\( HAWAIIAN Fresh
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Sunday dinner guests of r.an,1

Mis B E. Reddish wt're11' Fruits ::4d
m.h! s C. L. Bod.len of Calla- ran
hann PUNCH ,,#' ilfi

Mi and! Mrs Colonel Yarbrough

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to be -
Monday Vegetables
.I l.ii ksonville on .: ::::: %. can
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her tm.tmothf'rIrs.. Drig- ;; : .,
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gers with, who is quite ill. '. ......,.-,.,....:.-:'tf. .:....;:. 46-0 33C
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Harold Starling and Mrs .......r,:. --:- ....-
Mrs ..
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shower ; ,,<""...;, :.:..... --..... .." Tasty
Tex Wilson gave a stork ...-=:- """" '- '-, ..
fill' Mrs Mervm :McKinney last .. _:.."..'" Ji BANANAS Ripe! per lb 13CSWANSON
Fndav evening at the home of .. BONED
Mrs Starting! Those enjoying thislovely .u- '. '- .. -. -. .-
party Wl're11'5.. Ernest Fresh IJIacKeye orCROWDER

Raull'rslln.11'$. Ivory Thompson
Mrs Freeman Starling, Mrs. PEAS per Ib 10C
Mit.-heli! Brown Mrs Floyd Fu- Again proves nobodv outperforms Ford =.2 _T CHICKEN
Colonel Yarbrough. .
gett Mi-v
\Irs earl) <;' ift's. and Miss Alii- CORN Fresh, Golden 4 for 25C
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Raulerson Mrs ondv Daniel.-- and granddaughter dramatic demonstration of the kind of :' '-. :- 5 oz can 35C Western' Vine RipeCANTALOUPES
lit Jacksonville spen: wni..a

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.' performance and roadability that makes


COLONIALFLORIST all your driving more fun in a Ford Fold's lecoid was,timed Jane Parker Tasty Large Red 'RipeWATERMELONS
aid certified t the
EACH
United States Auto Clio Lemon 69C


A FordS hurtled across the brick and Ford fully realizes that the welter of the first driver to win the "500" Classic i

asphalt surface of tough .ind tc:.tina Judid.lims and counter claims about "racing with a better than 100 m.p.h. axerage.
anapolis Speedway \\Iuihng Ihrou ;hidories" (many of them completely contradictory And now he comes back with a group of PIES 1 S PLUMS Per Pound 29C I
PHONE 218 the tight turns and flashing over the ) must be confusing and disillu drivers to establish a stock car f'ordi:

straight stretches tort a marl that no sioning to the public. Ford ran this race the great 56 Ford! '
(j) stock car CUT reached: before! against time, over the true "Classic" disFord wrote this new mart large and \ in. spl. 5ft C( Frozen A&PFRIED
Previous to Ford';; record run, no other tance and at the most famous track in bold in the record books. And the u/io/-/ : 8 POTATOES for 1 1P
stock car had gone ex en one lap at IndiAmerica, in order to dispel this cloud of Ford did the trick. From the ]hood-fuT.: tf 2 29C

FLOWERSFor anapolis at 100 m.p.h., but one of Ford's doubt and disbelief and prove that no one throbbing horsepower to the road-hugging ,
laps was timed at the electrifying speed outperforms Ford! rear end, Ford demonstrated that it has .\&: ]10 ozSLICED !
AU Occasions of 113.7 m.p.h.nd! Ford ai'ciagcd over Peter de Paolo, leader of the team cf what it takes to make your driving more
DISH GARDENSPOTTED 107 m.p.h. tor the full five hundred miles drivers that piloted the winning Ford, enjoyable Convince yourself that driving; I, Jane Parker Spanish STRAWBERRIES 25C 1.
close to the average set by the exstates flatly: "Xo other stock car could a Ford can be real fun. Test drive a '56 i Bar ;
PLANTSPOTTERY tremelv cosily, specially-built racer which lave equalled this pt'rfonn. nce!" And Ford. There's a set of kexs waiting for

i von the Memorial Day "500"! Pete de Paolo should know, for he was you, so come in and see us soon. I ..1.1, ..,1..11 1... ,IIw4 .,. .a1
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I I Andrews Motor Co. .. '

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STARKE FLORIDAGladys IRIflt'. ..... .'. ..II-L. .fl.' .4..... .11')0.._ \.

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I Good Much dProper d. New Minister Takes town ""'' ." \: I
Food Sleep And Care DevulgedAs Up Pastoral DutiesAt Besides area during Lawson.school Johns hours.and .v'u'.s, t ; "."-: .I.'i' .*, :: .

Brown other members -

Secret Of Mrs. Laura First Methodist E. A. Sapp and DY.presentAeie S:.tr"I, |< I- 'I .U'I'I'\1t

Longevity By Johns, 91 ..i.g ') J _PhillipsschiH'l tillsFlorida In Circuit' ; In tour('h..rt'l' I. llraaiur,-. i "Ullt.. .

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Ct-lebiatinj hr 9K', mr'htUi ";.$ v >I' .'" 4.;1' d'mi! ot \\" ,.. \\. j .!. ".1.! "..

anniversary on June 20 was Mrs. H. ',\.ft'. t..' "i x .- .\ofi \\ ()OIH.\\\ X MIsMOXAKV[ %.tlreT. tpprar '

I Mooty Laura Strickland .TohnsStaike. >< H .' '! Ml.: n M :i-i j .j Bu'Tivr ciiruni T. ii--:: : ii. "'. \.... '

Phone 35 who was bom neiX> \\ :" '">' 'ino :o a a: Sun, a\.' Scnool, 11 a.m. \a-:''' ",re'Vpre.uhir.g .\\ .
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River in lS6-:;. : 6:15: BTU 6'43: pray- > ... f'l .t i.T I'.
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4 One Grandchild .. .. .
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= 7 I
I A shut-in since she hl'"k.1.. .. \!' er "Ie. o'clock song services has .
I r"hns
has .
s only "Ilt. rM : 111. : ': r1'.t \ I i
Methodist Minister Annual Flower Show 7:10 l\'l'mngsen'lces. \r"\.n... '
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hip in a fall several I : "
> MI a! > I, i Irs Virginia :Mi f On; .' s4,.1art'r"11. i .. .. .

And Family HonoredAt Slated For June 29 Mrs. Johns lives with h.T da'ija* Os'indii)j : .. .daughter of Mis A:'* i i7 : 'nlill or 1\\ rtiii: I/ tlItt' 'ir aIIi'wrr .; ; .aI"" "..:\ ''' '; ; \
ter. Mrs Corrine n .,
Ah.irezI
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Church ReceptionThe West Lafayette in Staike. ,- I. .'.I i'i.int: Kli.iuiini : ,.,..1 I'I': ,
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The annual zinnia flower show ,
I I I : T.MI 01 the outstanding o\ints : ( inir! II!I- itnmissi : '" -
will be held the front halls of ], The youngest of the sever "''. > i }-;'ri.a
in : th mt I r
ot: that Mrs Johns .
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p.ist .
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and the rHI .
WSCS Wesleyan "f .I.I I .
children \.n.
of Rubin Annit :
and I
the courthouse in Starke next i :'nhcis i i early are the Big; F:e..lolit I I. .tnl I "I 1'/w.ltz"l-/ I the ll..rk of the ,'i-cuit I ..:. c I
t'n'lee Guild of the First Meth- Str l kland. of whom she is the f.arr before tbe
June from 1 to 3:30p : h..r.1 ,, I
29 :
Friday Sdt >i tin' lS90'.s and the ex itenu-n : "1II..I"t '!Id ..Ia"f. j'ii! I" ,
mtisi, Chuuh entertained Tuesday sole sun'h'or.Irs.. Johns remembers ,.; 1o' IIIII"I.: .. iii- .
m. I i I, du t the exploits in this area ottht \ pr"I.rl '. ..al ,. ,,, otherwise the 5lrg.it! ii.. "
in the church and the little of her childhood r- : .. ,
evening early Complaint .11 it taih ,
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The Senior Council of Home \t-giii desperado. HttrniunMnnd a- ::\.1 l 1<\ 1111' T.t' .
the ]I''on '.. ,,, fesst'd oy you.
educational building honoring the farm where she was born. : .U' I!'; ::1 gair-t
Demonstration Clubs cordially invites \'. speaking of the freeze .., This notice snail he p.I.t '"' !
new pastor and his family Rev. It was located on the old Starke- aj:1'111 "f "U I h "1'''''' f- 'ODce each week f..r t'urc.-' .:.\ .
the public to visit the color- Mi1lohns said that it was the ; \ wt'eks the .,
in I'r-adf rd iVOKKICULSKHL ,
and Mrs Don Kokomoor and Lake Butler road. near New River \fl.: PPFVATT- i 'Lr. T.
ful of flowers which will : ,
display ,
Gretchen at lovely : When she six KeDon KokomiMirStarke I I'y: iii.t. .f (" .1 'f in ,,, .
daughter. a was years old : .j :;
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be zinnias i ,'e was everywhere and snow \ "' I:'. .t,1.1 I; I "
predominately .. i&I.i..i ; ; ( : ) .-tarles
reception.The her father died and the family ;Utl. ,- .. A Oarby
cookies will be (cattle in under the doors: she t '-' I '.' .
and
Punch ser \
s new Methodist InInLster.Rev. : \I. "1 I I I'1. :'1\1.: '
group met at the church then moved to Starke. I.) M.ir':..:, .. i p. ti's ,' .co{
ved. det lares. Alll-i/: 'h.trlo' A r'.I1\-\ ,
for introductions of each depart- : The Stncklands settled in ai I Don Kokomoor settled into ,'J i' rh ....,! .\.nil .,

ment of the church, Sunday Program Meet Staged home near Powell's turpentine ; But mainly in her lifetime. ,office quarters in the First Methodist :: :. .. -

school, and the women's societies -I |i still. and Mrs. Johns attended )11'0 Laura .Jotin'. Mis Johns' interest have been 'I.( Church on Walnut St. this NOIK i: or ,,1\111I'\: 'IDtrri \1\11.1: = -. .: '_:: :' _

The head of each department By MethodistVSCS |: school in a building on the site of centered around her family. Xow. eek. .inc \ i'oit n'U.. _ _ _ _ _

gave a report. the present Woman's Club. Mrs. she enjoys television very much. !I Rev. Kokomoor along with his Fliirida nisiiiHI.I: !slaiulr.In ; .

The Guild had charge of the The regular business and program j! Striikland paid $1.SO tuition pt'rI I 1' Johns, Gus Long and Archibald! ,, Her favorite programs are December ,family also moved into the parsonage ourl of Ihr (nutilt Jinlcr.HrnUfuril I fA" ij1
of the Methodist I Bride. Death I liiunt *lalr .'l ,
program andVSCS memberswere meeting month for her daughter's hool- Johns were amongthose who : Valley Days at 148 Church St. He has rruhnlr; wl < rul.iIn

in charge of refreshments I W.S.C.S. met Monday afternoon at''I,ing.. went off to war:' Mrs Johns le-j and the sermons <:3. wife Katherine. and two-year-: In re. the Estate ..f KIM. \1\\!' ,' STARK E .
in church sanctu- ( I'au.\.1. t--i-u..d. -
3:30: o'clock the calls. Flowers '
Made Doll | Knjojs .
1LL14Mrs. Gretchen.The
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daughter. WlinU
Following the church meetingthe (I 'I)1.lrrJt'd < To IT MAV ('O.VI:/K\'
guests were invited to the ary with the president, Mrs. C. D. i 1. Johns remembers that two In 1890 I II She did a lot of crochet wotk new minister succeed5 Rev. "',Ih't' I bl'n'loyI\ "-11 n..t' F. \ unda-. Monday. Tuesday

educational building where refreshments Williams presiding. of the schoolmasters were )ll'ssrs.1 I I On Sept 10. 1S90 she was mar- until iccent years. when her eyes j 1. D. Sommer. who was called toSt. as C'an.a.i..\<1 11I1 III-rral"has fil.d" .(.I us il.final. -I'.>i.'.|, :: June 21 25; :26!

were served. A beau- During the business session the Young and Pet.k. and that she frequently !!i ried in her home to Mack C. i weakened, but she still enjoysher ,' ; Mark's Methodist Church in .:Ulll.... Alxarez <'an.A.I ,|J..I! DOUBLE FEATURE

tiful arrangement of roses cen- main project for the year the played with a little girl ', Johns who also was torn: and i garden and flowers, and the (cala. that ,,. has tiM lib p..t:ti<>n :, -
final dis .
I'I'I h.irgf.' and that lie III
tered the refreshment table which furnishing of the parsonage I named Sue Jones making hats reared in Bradford County. The frequent visits of members of Rev. Kokomoor, 27, was born .!pl'ly| I', the llonoral.l. Thm-n w .\ THE SPOILERS

was overlaid with a lovely cut- was discussed. for their dolls out of palmetto,; simple ceremony was performedI her (church the First Methodist {md reared in Gamer.ville. He is L'ountx.1awnUnl)' Ju iKi.f "rr.f..1| | IX TECHNICOLORWith

woik cloth. A five-branche'd candelabra Mrs. R. S. Mullins had charge of : leaves. j jBack I County Judge Malphurs.i of Starke. i t he son of Dr. F. W. Kokomoor. July', 16.Klomla.: ; for approval"U thfTtli..f .UlI ilaxof Anne Uaxter Ilory ('aiaJIII !-

at one end of the table the program, entitled "World Wide in the gay 90's Staike |i "Back' in those days" she says When asked how she accounted j lead of the math department at istrator foi' final"if the dig'hare.-::- ,\01 nil II' hound and Jeff Chandler J
in Local Communities" : I estate .f iuni: '
and a punch bowl at the other Peace. Beginning was "just a wide spot in the "we didn't have the elaborate for her long life she replied: t.he University of Florida.He Alxai.z Catioxa dereis,.,1.| "|, lii."J) _

end balanced: the arrangement. and was assisted by 'I road" Mrs. Johns recalls. "There weddings the young people have "I eat only things that are' attended the P. K. Yonge ll'th: 'lay of June' \lt''iF'.NUVA : : ,

Many attractive arrangements Mrs. Ben Moxley, Mrs. Jack Cle- was a livery stable, a general I today." I: good for me I get to bed eaily. ]aboratory school in Gainesville .\ --.i-. ,.t AFRICANMANHUNT

of summer flowers were used to ment and Mrs. Clarence Taylor.Mrs. I, stoie owned by Tom Knight, in She had become acquaintedwith i and I take good care of myselL" ; 2 tnt! the University of Florida I .hiinuelartz:....-.. 1. < 'iiio\j 'I- '

advantage throughout the build- Ray Jones gave the devotional ;'f which Jim Kickliter worked. and I her future husband when he I At 91, the gentle old lady isV i| there he was awarded a bachelor < b.; 2-.> 4t : I"! : .

which vas correlated with | J. G. Alvarez had a cotton gin on was working on what were thento I sure to set a record for her family -' {)f arts degree in 1950. He !then .With Myron Healej and

ingMrs.. T. H. Slade Sr presided j the program. \I Walnut Street where the Park I be Staike's newest and finest .N ext nearest to her, as she f.ecured in 1953; a bachelor of di- III.\ Ihr r.I r nunM HrnUturd Juilfrr'x.( ..unl>iiurl.. Kiuridj. Innil Karen Booth t\

J Dave ManI !1 the 'I remembers her mother and In ..... I Plus/ Cartoon t
at the punch bowl and assistingin Theatre is located. buildings- ones occupied today were \,inity degree from Emory Univer- 'rolo. : (Try Our New
I little where :'.Iit-I|j Sam sister. who both lived be 81. In 1 Me: Kstatt.if .1. 1-:. Sniuh. ('"I...
serving were Mrs. Titus Olson. JuniorVomen Stage i, ning had a store bv Rosenburg and son : to t,:ity's Chandler School: of Theology. ; 11'ase
Mrs. Bertha Pearce Mrs. Del hell's Drug Store is now. :j i and the former Hoover Bros. I Nowadays, Mrs. Johns sits and : His first church appointment, in I Of 1-iliiiK For Final 111.-

Colley Mrs C. F. Johns, and Dinner-Dance PartyThe j'|I "When the Spanish-American j I, Studio. \ roiks and sings little songs to'J' ]1953 was to the Reddick circuit, I I'hich Aotiie harlO" I'..f hi-rehy Hftri-ulrirri: gixen; I lhat w," Wed., Thurs.: June272SDOUBLE

Mrs. H. M. Richarde.Approximately War was on, I remember that j j. Mr. Johns died in Septombei.j: herself. one of the few who re- A,\ included Reddick, McIntosh I hafll..d mir final rt-tuins .,' l'\- FEATURE

125 guests called 'I XCO Club at Camp Bland- I Arch Kite. Jerry Wills. Jeff 1918, a victim of the terrible inI> members the days of long ago. ,ind Orange Lake. He lived in Ic-I eintriiis. ot Ihe estate of J KSmith. : Three Bad Sisters
Iotas..
that haxe
i the setting for the dinner- we lil.d
was [ ,
ing .
ntosh[ for three while serv- urn ..
during the evening I :years petition I..i ili-tril.nn..n .11 .1 I.
dance in honor of the husbands filial : With :Maria I English and Kathleen
Driving Instruction I Paving Slated Building Permits ng the circuit. I II disiharKe.' and that .u th3rd
day ot July. 1,6: : ,
and dates of members of the Junior I xxe will iiI"- ; Hughes
pi- I.. the llonoralile Tlxmn .\ '
Methodist FellowshipClass I Woman's Club last Friday Slated For Bradford Reach }'a\\ II. roiinty Judge of Brad ,,".1 1 i AND -


Holds Outing :j ji I I night.Mrs R. S. Mullins presented .,I High School Seniors ; Budget Holds $226,700 ]BBS Principal !dKstril.titioii said I'onntx.final Florida returns and final for for approval"an'-'-,harge order of"f'- THE ROAD

i! to Miss Dolores :Knight eSe..UtrHes, of til. Will of J. 1TO DENVER
The Young Adult Fellowship i j gifts i Bradford County High School Almost a quarer million dollars I Smith deteased. ,

class of the Methodist church, Mrs.R. on behalf of the club in appreciation -I seniors will be able to take driver I US3O1JobA in new construction has gone j Given ApprovalBy Thisthc2liday.f Juiir, I'jjt.; I With John Payne and :Mona
woik she has done Alx, .r.. Varnedoe,
of the fine i
S. Mullins, teacher. enjoyed a I training during the next .vhool ; :. up in starke since the fust of th,- HiMa Houston, I Freeman
this of the club, .
swimming party and hamburgerfry year as president year. year. according to building pei- Kxeiiitri.i ts .,f the I'stal.: ofI. Cartoon For Children
and to Mrs. Randal Chitty for her :, School Harmon P. I. K. Smith, ,))0-, l'.Is..d. I,
last Thursday afternoon and County Supt. mits filed in the offu of City :
connection with the club's { $610000 it.'in widening ] School Unit 6'22:: 4t 7. n ';
evening at the Non-Commissioned work in Morgan this week said classroom north Clerk Call Johns.Figtll'es FrUSat.. June 2930DOUBLE
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Officers Club on Kingsley Lake. recent variety show. instructions would be offered, regardless -I anl improvingC. for the period. whuh In < ireuit Court, IIra..r..r". ('<>unl" FEATURE
I [ of Staike is incorporated in the 1'lnrlil.i; In < hancrrv"l.'f I
After dinner dancing I '
About 30 members and their a delicious if on-the-roa experienceis is almost six months total $2 6.- I Continued Mom Pijie llnt i .ii.I..n' i'iaiiutit'f' \ -. sj.iuli ..,'',; !
was enjoyed until a late hour. lecently adopted budget of the .\ I--.n. li.ftnJant. My Sister EileeniVith
families enjoyed this delightful af possible. 700. I I
i State Road Department. f* lie pi''gi tin, mol, we expert ,'a-\::.. 1"1"
fair. The Rev and Mrs. Don Ko Bradford High offered driver Complete figures show $11,700) <)r"lirr 'I u.tpprar Janet Leigh and Jack
Dance Set The improvement is for 11 miles II j urn to be lesponsiUe! for it. I stair ,.f
: but Murida
komoor and daughter. Gretchen July Fourth training for two years, drop- in January. S6G.SOO in February I ; 'lot Lemmon
I ,. but ; Anl' ,.
of four-lanmg from StaiXe to the \'t"re'llIm to help we try MKIK >'rssn \1 I i'r..i'i JII.
were honored guests.Woodmen's. I ped it for a two-year period because in March in In
j $113.900 9,300 April, Is (pllklloUll. I Cinemascope
Phi will a j ceased to Clay County line. It is the only I t lot to run the school for vou I Your I
Beta Sigma sponsor local car dealers I I in and thus are required to appear: on i AND
15,500
May, $4,500 -
4th of July Dance Saturday. June furnish vehicles for training pur I improvement slated dining the I "The Board always pretty well July :!'i::, iT: b, in tin alionamtii -
: far in June. ''
Court and
Circle !I' cause, when plaintiff
at 8:30 fisical for the t racks up school personnel. You I Ten Wanted Men
30, in the USO starting : | poses. next year primary The largest permit issued dui- t-teks '.lixorce.Kradford .
benefit the Cancer road located in Bradford (-an feel sure you will have backng" <' 'iint% T.I"'h 1 | !
p.m. It will Morgan doesn't yet know if I system ; 1i.iI'j(th Jocelyn and Richard
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The Woodmen's Circle will meet ing this six month period was to'' ptililish this it del in 1I.\l I.. tiWeeklv :
Closet dealer- will furnish a vehicle next County. .. .. Boone
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Demetiee Builders Jackson-
the WOW H.U1 Tuesday, JuneJ6 of
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year. but he plans to put in class- I| Interpolation in the budget > The new principal, 46. attendd i itnss.m hand and ,,[neb I Plus Serial I ( 2 and C
it 8 ,,'.'In'k ,m the evening ville, which took out a $S2.50)petmit public -, .ll .It St.,, k, Fir.t.i': | I., .(h I Chapter are
room instruction regardless.The means the Road Department > Suwannee County June. i'i;. loon For Children
and in March for 15 residencesin I :
A business meeting pro- Interchange Site state subsidizes driver training I hopes to start the work within homess] chools.. He received a bachelor's1'Jegree : (Official Seal) Charles .\. Da. l. :
*, im .ire planned. and refresh- Saratoga Heights. The | in 1934. a masters in 1918! : As Clerk] Ir MK: "ciittFy !
For each instruction unit it \ (
All the next 12 months. are near completion. I Marian f'rosi.x 1>. (prv (c.. t .:
br served
n<-nt!> will! mem- other advanced i iivoik !
I ,),">s are lequested to a'tend pays the salary of a teacher $10Q t There remains, however, the The permits by months are: [ "md completed 1954. all at the Umveiity .-
Somewhat ShiftedOn expense money and $300 for car major hurdle of securing right of JanulI'A.. Gay store at i in Rank cr_
.. I costs. Since Bradford iseligible i !> : of FJonda.' He holds
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operating
.:;: -...:,.-. :.." fj -. for half instruction uni way for the four-laning project.On 221 W. Madison $4.500; Clyde W.i ][ (equivalent to a doctor of philasophv -
a most major road improvements Pint-lair residence on New Bland- NEW% HOMES FOR SALE
state teaming
Plan i the sate: will pay the local degree*
Turnpike I the Road Department insists i ing Rd, $9.0001) ; W. Lance.work .
ALL Straw Hats I !houl system. half of these a- (ertificate.
i I the county pay for securing on building at 110 Pratt St.. I
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mounts I Teaching "iil(""' 1931:
(Continued from Page 11 I right of way 1200.
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ALL Summer i i i II I But Bradford apparently: has February E. A. Winklel. i (; Except. he for has two been years teaching 2 AND 3 BEDROOM' HOMESTO '

Starke will be disrupted A', pro- : Three Get Penalties ''no funds available for securing II store at Temple Axe and .since 1931 He will move to Starkeivith
Sport Coats jected on the aerial photograph I Member son St.. $7.000; George H.Jefrlr-j !
For City Violations j right of way. Road Board his wife. Geraldine, 15yearld ,
the interchange; will hit about i Eail I Powers of Gainesville pfy, utility rooms at 733 Mara Ann, and 11.t'aroIJ HE ( STHlTTE() I IN
dead center of Wainwright's irrigated -I i i | son and 731 I Walnut. 2.500 B ( daughter. :i
i Three persons forfeited bonds or I seems to think the Road Department ; '. son Beecher.The .

ALL Summer field just west of the were found guilty Monday in the I will lend the money to the T. Thomas restaurant office and School Board also employed BRADFORD HEIGHTS
line. Since roads
access
county court of Mayor W. T. Jackson. : county with !the county to repayi storage on U. S, 301. $300' ; Thomas Mrs. Payne as a teacher in i
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will have to be constructed from
Sport Shoes I Forfeiting bonds were Cassie i i later its share of secondary road Garage paint room on U. S. ]Bradford HighEmployed i

the interchange to Highway 230 Sebright. driving without a license money. 301. $1,000; Staike Motor Parts as BUS bandmaster : Hardwood Floors Full Tile Baths

and 16. these will necessarily | and causing an accident. $35; and Whether the Road Board will store at Claik and Brownlee. up I 'vas Eldon Matthews 32: who was: j Big Lots All Masonry Construction
cross Waimvnght's property ,
intoxicationand to $10,000: Dewey Williams. addition -
Luther Moody, public Lake Citv
in
; go along with Powers is uncer- been bandmaster
the farm into several
splitting
at 417 N Orange. $1.000.
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divided parcels. disorderly conduct $50. I tain since the county alt eadyi j j for the past three years. Matthews Long Or Short Term Financing
Dr. T. G Ritth. medical building i J
Willie itinerant
1'ri'frrs running Drotek. Xegio i I owes the SRD $104f> :;) for ad- t holder of a Rank III (four :
at Call and St. Clair 45000. II
farmhand, pleaded guilty to in-I vanced used to build a of college) teaching cerLificate -i
When shown the new inter- money cars
'March Willie Mae Denton
troxication and and I
vagrancy was farm to maiket road. has a wife and one child i,
change location; by a Telegraph :
LU OFF given a $25:!: fine or five days in Cypress St residence addition succeeds M. C : J. W.
bookkeeping Matthews THOMAS' BUILDER
I reporter, Wamwright a former jail. j This $104,900 is largely a $1.900.: Louise Wolfe old 1.wtI'Y. bandmaster for : --
of Starke. commented item. Officials expect Thompson BUS
mayor \ j road dwelling. $2.000.; R. A. Gro-l
glumly: "They sure fixed me up." service stations at each service I the money to be repaid in the odge. addition at 709 Weldon St., i 'ne year who resigned Alachua to ac- !! PHONE 493-J:

When it was suggested that the area. The two lanes of the turn- 1956-57 fiscal year. They also $300; P.. A. Green Building on I'ept a position in the

I interchange location might en- pike will be widened out at these ; figure the county will have $50.- E. Call remodeling $9.000; LonI' (ounty school system. ] Starke, Fla.

ALVAREZSTORE hance the value of the property points and the service fa'IIitiesin JOOO available to spend on secon- me Futch residence at Lafayetteand Other Appointments j I

he replied, "I'd rather! farm it." located the island area. dary roads in 1957-5H.; Adams. $9,000; Herb Tho- Other teaching appointments included

Just what effect the interchange ""i h :approved by the Board _
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: O\erpasses Yet. no one can say for certain mas. office on Temple A'e..00; Eu- n
Elizabeth ,
will have on property values in According to the engineers' report if the five-man Road Board j Louis J Bennett. Polk St resi- Barbara Byrd and

,I the area is a matter. of conecture. I there will be six overpasses will be willing to lend Bradford t jdenco, $2,700; Demetiee Builders. 1 banks both for the Law tov elementary -I' HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE

The experience of other end eight underpass along the j I money for U S. 301 right of way 'I I 15 residences in Saratoga school. -
motion
turnpikes has been. however that 1 route from below Keystone the Heights. SS2.500 Hubert Johns. The School Board. upon
i i with the prospect money can i I : the
EST. 1891 motels. restaurants and other I Heights to Highland. Stalling i I be repaid only after two or three addition at 1021 Butler Rd.. of L T. Johns. asked I COMPANY
I to remove
I tounst-serving businesses ate like- from the South they are: State i, ears. $1.000; Gulf Oil Corp. installation 'county commission

j: I ly to spring up along the access Road 21 (under) ; Secondary of two 20.000 gallon gasoline stumps and level an area west j (
Formerly Driggers)
I Regardless of these circumstances -I athletic
j High
'I the Bradford
of
highways. County Road storage on Thompson.
,II. I Bradford officials areproceeding said the land could !
I Crystal ball devotees might even Railroad 10\1.1'1 I ; State Road 100 1 i with 301 fourlaningplans. $4.000; Mack Lane, residence on field. Johns 1

I forecast happier days for The II( under) ; Secondary Road (under) ; 1! Tax Collector J. R. Kelly i old Lawtey Rd. 3000. I.i I.be used for a parking area dur- I TO THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY :

Pelican Club, an ill-fated night Railroad Spur (lo\'t'rl) ; State Road -\pril. :. J. R. Chasteen ;ing football season.
[ j has compiled an abstract of title I the ; We wish to that have purchasedthe
ChiropracticFor club-I'l taurant that opened on 230 i under) ; Starke Interchange dence addition on resi-I The Board also accepted announce we

Asthma I Highway 16 several years ago, ( under) ; State Road 16 <(under< ) ; I reseanh. which now is in the I $1,000; Dave Crawford.Cherry residence l $750 per machine bid of Mil- Driggers Furniture Company. stock and accounts -
hands of SRD authorities in Lake :Machine Co of and have moved to location 220 N
I only to close months: later for lack State Road 225 under ; Second I I on southeast corner of Demorest :ligan's Office ( a new ,

.\ pn-<>sure on the nms j of customers. The aerial shows ary Road ( under) Railroad Spur. City headquarters. i property $1,500: L. Hillendall I Lake City for cleaning and repairing Temple A\e. As many of you know. we have been

that supply the bronchial tutH's. i u to be within a stone's throw of over) ; State Road 125 (over) ; I The problem of securing right carport, $300; Ed Stone residence : BHS typewriters.Bids serving Starke for number of years direct from our

nut
of the tutu's but produces an I lights may burn again in the not I cost of these 14 structures is list- : will be confronted by: the County Olin White Jr. residence addition |I'I Exchange of Gainesvilleand I! much }better position to serve you. Our store i is

inflammation of the lining of too distant future. led at 51929,000.Basic Commission when the Road Department -I on Lake St. 1500. j $S 25 by Brady Office Machines :i .maIl and we will not be able to carry as completea

the till...'.. Hfiuoxal of thenm I Skirls Mine I width of right of way for i returns deeds to the May Blanche Williams,, !I'' of Lake City were received -t line as we would ordinarily but if you good customers -

,' will Another significant change in I the four-lane divided turnpike is i county i''I'J. but the Milligan bid was preferred want will
pressure readilyornMt I i residence on Pullem St. $5,000: ; ; will let us know what you we
I the toll road route through Bradford 300 feet. with for One reason Bradford is strap- because agents make regular '
th> provision add-
( s condition.Ilclou W. Thomas. residence onV i iMoieland get it for you at the same 10prices ttnd easy

i.. siuh a r.ise: I was disclosed this week with tional acreage at interchange and[ !I pet]! for secondary road money u I : $9.000, D. P. Hardy, trips to Starke. i| terms that we haw always been able to give you
I the 'information that i service ; million dollar I'uixhasp Policy
the pike will area sites. that a bond issue I
\ uuiig nun had suffereduilli residence addition on X Temple. ,
curve to the weri around Hum- Principal state and was floated two years ago. The I The Board discussed policy regarding -
asthma and an irritating | county high- i i I $1,500. I II In addition to our Furniture Store we will aK] .

skin rash for ten jears. AlltjHs phreys Gold's new Highland plant : ways crossed by the toll road will l rroney was spent on local roads I June Robert C. Lewis. : purchase of automotive < maintain a branch of our Hottled Gas hu jl1e-'.
at Lawtey rather than knifing i be carried over or under the facility .land streets. \ parts from local dealers and generally -
residence 725 ( We
| of trt'atll1l'llt were tried [ remodeling at Mac- will be in position to serve you Bottled Cla
straight through the company by means of grade reparation i i i The bonds must be retired with agreed local purchasing is I
Mahon St '
without .UI.I.I"'%. \ Chiropractor I I I $1.500. Nat \'llhans.I' regardless of when or where you buy your Ga-
office indicatedon structures. j which desirable unless are out ,
building as was secondary rOaJ money accrues prices
residence Grove St.
rt-inoM'd the nme pressure on Appliances. We hope will call on us
and both c'"nditi.m.1'1''' rurrettnl : the original feasibility survey. I Certain minor local roalsill| j to the county each year. I of line Members agreed to delve 'I you

much to the surprise of South of Highway 230 the pike j be relocated or connected to the, j There will be. however. some an- County School Board into the problem further at the The Official Opening of our new store will 1 beheld

the patients and his manyfriends. bears slightly westward from the i I grade-separated routes by means i; ] nual surplus because all bonds do next meeting. i i' at a later date. Notice will be given. however

county line to cross State Road 'I'of service roads parallel to the. .' not mature: at the same time 'Acquires Land Parcel Board Chairman J. E. Brown': we would like for you to come in and visit us and

]00 just north of Theressa. Cross- | pike. There will be no grade. I The only other SRD budgetary \; inquired if the school Summer j register: for the BIG PRIZES that will be given

Consult Your Chiropractor :, ing the Southern Railroad at The- crossings through the entire 277- ; item for Bradford County is S27.- : The Bradford County School Program swimming lessons were j on opening day.

1'irst I icssa. it skirta the southwest I mile length. Certain principal I': 379 earmarked for routine main- :, Board this week acquired property: worth the expense since he had I away

In Marke ItS shore of Silver Lake bearing J highways which connect to the. j( tenanre of >he county's se.ondarv for the ultimate expansion cf the'' received some complaints I will personally be in the Starke Store and

I southeasterly then to cross High- | interchanges along the route will; '; system during the next year. new Starke elementary cafeteria. Morgan said the only local expense would appreciate all) of you coming by so that I

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC ] way 21 between Lakes Geneva and I be improved as feeder roads. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Strobo deed- : is cost of transportationsince might have the opportunity of meeting you and

: Sante Fe. : Construction cost of the project Firemen CalledStarke ed the property over for about ; the state pays an extra 20 j I getting acquainted in Starke.
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1 A service area is designed on ; is estimated at $109.500,000 with $300. but the School Board had !' per cent to teachers particiPa-1

CLINIC the route about midway between total cost (includ-ng right of way) firemen were called to :moved a house and made other/ .ting The Board Sincerely your

3 BUxkt Xorth of Post Of floe Theressa and Silver Lake. Service -I projected at 155400000. extinguish a small fire at Tuck's concessions for the property. the program is in line with demands -

In Starl..eIodl'rn j areas. as well as interchanges. Engineers anticipate the turnpike Drive In on U. S. 301 Sunday eve- j School Supt. Harmon P. Morgansaid ., 1 from school patrons for HARRY C. ELROD

,I will be landscaped and'Ill be I can be open to traffic 30 1 I the property adjoined the :more recreation.

) Methods Lady equipped with either restaurant months after construction funds ning.Firemen and but ELROD FURNITURE COMPAN1I'GE
i7 Assistant ( a 1 spent about 15 minutes cafeteria. long range planning The Board also discussed.
Steam Baths t
j I or a mack bar. There will be I become available following: the 1 en the fire. which was caused by envisioned expansion in that direc- J i ilion. I took no action, on the problem ,

two completely equippej: gasolin :sale: of bonds. excess grease on a gas stove. i I of school children in the down- I :


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}FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1956 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKE FLORIDA I' \GE nvr


r H r' I Second Lt. and Mrs William K I Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Branch of Billy Cressler left Monday for I! alo ..: tn ,'lI C.I O:1J ... .'t' ... dand --
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Booth arrived Tuesday from Stall- Norfolk Va were Monday visitors I Emory University geological > 'i re requ.rt-d! ti \ .
'copy ofour : Ij
an&ner tr p.i.g
f
ing AFB Kmston NT. C. to spends of :Mrs. A. F. Sauls in Starke camp at Ringgold Ga. tile umiplaint on the r'aiii'Attornev : ALVAREZ' STORE l.ttabl1:1591 ,
II. C CaMuin; I'. / > I JJ!
>e\'eral days with her parents. Mr. and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman 104. tio1mt' -\'ll1e. Florida ;I

ca& and :Mrs :>1. W. Cressler while en- Mr. and :Mrs E. P. Renner in Jr. and children, Jan and Robbie, and file the original in the < : .. '
i Gainesville. ot Bethlehem, Pa., are spendingtwo | th.- Clerk of the Circuit 1'/.-.' thfnrr "
iI route to his new assignment at \ .
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; I !1! l tin J't! d.u' .f Jut!
iI the An Force Base at Big Springs, Mr and Mrs. Don MiMahone weeks with Judge and Mrs. 'otherwise i the allegations : > i'Complaint i
I Mrs. Booth her hus- Perryman. will l Texas. joined and son Donnie of Everglades

IN THE NEWS i band at Stalling after graduationfrom weie visiting Mr. and Mrs. :M. L. Mrs. J. W. Walton of Pompano Ied i I I This by jou.I notice. hall be publ.:>1d > .. II! !!I:1T:
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U. of F. on June 4.Mr Watterson and family last Friday. Beach spent a few days this week i I'!each wt'.ksin week the for Bradford four LVI.11'ron, >.r '. ..".
.s .s ,, and Mrs. H. G. Davis Sr. :\11'. and Mrs. W. C. Ward, :Mrs. with her son and daughter-in-law, graph.

of Rocky :Mount X. C. were luncheon F'led Watterson and : Ann Mr. and Mrs. :Marion'aiton, who I atd tin- I i day nf .1 1 .'!1' .
Sandra and Tarry Sowell of Laf : iWi i II Milh'i f.-i 'ross are spending this week with "> from the I'niVfsiU: of. :Md.ssaihusetts i guests Tuesday of Mrs. Lu-I Lovell, were visiting relatives in recently purchased the S. T. Dell' <"lfrk of the ,-ir"ut": t' .; : ")lolf'8I'f' Better Than E\er":
,. Davis while enroute to Gaineswine Green Cove Sunday. summer home fy! Mai.an: L. Crusl.y, Deputy e':nnllI10 ,.
their cousins :Mi and :Mrs Vaoo and !spent the following I Springs on r IJr. on Kingsley ,, ;. : ,
Hazen. week with his parents. :Mr. and to spend several days with Miss Josephine Ochoa of Havana Lake. The senior Mrs. Walton is -

Mrs. :Mark :Moody of Jatkson- :Mis W. II :Miller after which he their son and .daughter-in-Iaw. Mr. Cuba visiting her mother j II the sister of J. H. and Mrs. H. C. \rt'iui Saturday, June 23, Double Feature
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In ( in Court llraillord (
ml ount.i
I
vile spent Sunday here as the left for Santa Barbara, Calif., and Mrs.: Davis Jr. Mrs.: Del Pup. in the Bradford Patch. i 1 lnriiLi: In ( li.iurrr.

guest of :Mrs. W. H. Hart. : where he has accepted a position :Mrs P. E. Stone and Miss Mamie County Hospital. Mrs Del Pup : :Mrs. R. S. :Mulhns and son, It..rt ** I I.-hng.'n .I h, I....",,. I ) YATES presets cam.,
i I Mix 1.1: h.nli: I I .I.|niii-/, ''li. I 1',1,I
with the Forestry Dept. Anderson of Archer spent the I was injured in an automobile accident -i Robin .. YVONNE DE nuncanlhCSBES'
:Mrs N. S. Uankel and children are spending a few days ant l'a..toiler .- \ :' CARLO., -
spent last week with :Mr. and :Mrs : :Mr. anlilrfL: :Merritt'dliams I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. here lecently. Miss Ochoais this week with relatives in Ocala. : : To tpprar .....
Davis. with Mrs. Lucile Daviswhile To. >\nia K mrh I J. FLAME OP WE : /
J. C. Dankel at Fernandina Beach. spent the weekend at Seller'sLake I staying | Mr. and :Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and \\ii'i-i- li-nirriK' and add'-- i

:Mary Agnes :Matthews, Flora near Eustis as guests of Mr.and 'I I Judge and :Mrs. G. L. Patten here. children and Mrs Peek's mother, T-4 Kt-n-ingT.'u I'rive. Nti': M "ucol< ( .I-
:Mrs. Jerry Dillard.j and son. George and David Ca- Father Harold Jordan underwent 'Mrs. W. H. Holland Fridayat k.tun.orth, raiulnu. 'ISLANDS + i
Slade and Frances Landrum spent i I repent You are hereby notified that a
nova spent the weekend at St. an appendectomy in the for Di and Kt '. A REPUBLIC PRODUCTION ---- .
from Thursday to Sunday in Winter Miss Martha Landrum spent the Daytona Beach. While there stilt \Ui.t' : '
j I I Augustine Bea<'h. Bradford County Hospital on I! I i'f maiden namehas t1i tudd Y W(
Garden as, guests of Diana weekend in Brooksvilleith her they visited :Mrs. Ty Cobb Jr. On

Smith. While there they attendeda j j! grandparents.: and :Mrs. J. A.I I I Miss Virginia Sewell of Fort I:Monday. i'I Wednesday last week Mr. and above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the I Plus "LeprechanV (;.old" Cartoon and haptl'r0 7 s'eiial

dance given by Diana's mother ;I Landrum. Lauderdale home a few days ]I ALL Straw HatSummer'I :Mrs Peek and party spent at Cy- and you are required to serve a
I this week while enroute West for Sport Coats, Summer sport copy of your answer or pleading; to
Mrs. Ralph Dixon. honoring Dianaon Mrs Pearl Whitel of Deland II press Gardens where they attended the complaint on the Plaintiffs
vacation.. shoes-20 IVr lent OFF at AL-I Sun. Mon. & Tues. June 24 25 & 26
her 15th birthday. I end Mrs. Charles Tatum of Boyn- I the water shows. i Attorney 11. C. Baldwin. P. O. E"ox ,
I \I.L straw.' Hats, summer!i i\AKK/: STOIC:. !I 10(. Gainesville Florida
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Jimmy Malone is visiting his ton Beach were \'IsltinlI's.: Mrs. C. D. Williams left Monday and file the original in the office of
j Sport Coats, Summer Spurt I :Mrs. G. Hutchinson
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grandparents: and :Mrs. Archie 1 George Roberts. Sr in Lawtey on spend-I il'or Junalu.ska N. C. to attend a ; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Shoes 20 Per (Vnt OFF at AL'VAKIY I :
ing several weeks in l.tf.Hf Ih L'Tid day i if Ju'x' lY'd THE SWANr131'tz"t
Morrison, in Sopchoppy. 1! Tuesday. '' : STORE: I friends. two weeks conference school of otherwise the allegations 'of said !'
visiting I I
I missions of the Methodist Church. Complaint will be taken as confe"ed -
Mrs M. F. Brown and daughter 'I Mrs. 0.V.. Barry of Brooker bv you.
:Mr. and Mrs. Walter Timmer-
Florence, spent Monday in Ind11': and :Mrs. Bill Hendrix of This notice hall be published or 'f _
I leach .
[ man. niece Barbara Jean fining week for four cone' t.
SALVATION lai,'ksimulle.Mi.ss : Jacksonville were Sunday visi'tors i- weeks in the Bradford County 's.-!
of Stockton, Ga., were guests
: Linda Kay Sale was hostS : graph.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. '' '
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. I>.it.I tiniMh day "f J'r ,
fI'n, girl friends at a slumber I Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. of. Charles .
( A. l-a-
I OffK-jal Seal) : "
| Vining. On Sunday Mr. and :Mrs.: i .
HEALING party 'last Friday night. 1'Gainesville! spent the weekend i I I I Clerk of the Circuit i' '
Vining had as their guests, :Mr. ': Hy Marian L. Crotb>', l>opu'i. .
y Mr and Mrs Curtis Malone
with the Charles, Douglas andIld..n
j and Mrs. Guy Vining and son, Don- b _. ;'
Tuesday to Thursday on a
spent Hardy families.
I aId, of Alapaha, Ga. I
REVIVAL f i
iishinv trip at Beacon -12. Mis. Drew Reddish and son !
( Col and Mrs. T. T. Long and :i j Stan spent Thursday in Jacksonville :Mr. and :Mrs. D L. I Rat Jiff} MrI '

s sons left Tuesday for a visit with \'Isitingh.'r mother :Mrs I and :Mrs John Anderson :Mr

O f e :Mi and :Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis in W H. Edwards. | and :Mis Stanley Novgel. an.111': !

Wilmington, Del. Enroute they i I :Marcus Brown is spending several -I and Mrs \\'anen'mklel' were 9A / ..
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2 Weeks Only will visit Dr. and Mis. D. C. Forehead i days in Atlanta, Ga. among those who spent the weekend I

I in Albany Ga. :Miss Hilda-i Mrs. Aubry Hazen and :Mrs. I in the Ocala National Forest f \ 'Y Ct

BEGINNINGJUNE rene Jackson of Baconton. Ga.. :I :Malcolm Harrell of Brooker were as guests of Jerome Johns. t

i who has been a guest of the guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs H. B.I( undon of Orlando .'.":,.,\ ;'u.i'; I

Longs will accompany them on ':JP, :M. Barefoot. Last Friday, :Mr. j spent Tuesday and Wednes- .--' "'i.'" 1
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the trip and :Mrs. Barefoot has as their day with her mother. Mrs: E S "- -

Jimmy Turbeville of Fanmont !I visitors. Mrs. Leland Brown and i, :Matthews and brother and si"t(>l-

7:45 \ f spent last week with :Mr. )Irr.. Sanford Ritch of Gainesville. I in-law.! Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. :Matthews -

ro and Mrs Charles Lawson and Bud I Penny Holhngsworth is visiting I She was accompaniedhome

Lawson. .her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. by her mother who will 'WE
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EACH EVENING :Mr and Mrs C. L. Rivera of and Mrs James Hair, in Lake spend some time with her. i

Gainesville were Saturday visitor City this'ee I KNOW
Mr and Mrs D. L. Ratliff and
I, ot Mi and Mrs. L. H. Gibson. I 1! Mrs Reddish Andrews and I children visited his parents. Mr ;(

REV. W. L. HERSINGERBRING I :Miss Joanne Slade will leave, daughter, :Maxine and Mrs Dave and Mrs D. C. Ratl.ff; in Jas- OUR STUFF .. _
for Cuba where she will -
today i Paulk and daughter. Sylvia returned I per Wednesday.

; TilE SICK AND AFFLICTED assist with the Methodist Youth '! home Sunday after a ten ALL Straw Hats, summer Starring Grace; I Kelly and Louie Jourdan

Hear Faith And Soul.Stirring MessagesSEE Camp for six: weeks. | day trip to Reese Air Force Base i, SmrtshiM'o i NOTHING is more important -
: Coats, Minimer:
: THE LORI PEKFOIUI .MIRACLES Roddy Struth has accepted"position a Lubbock, Texas where they were i I Sport( to you than the proper Plus "Phoney( BaloneCartoon
I -211) IVr (Vnt OFT at .\1IEZ /-
with Humphreys Gold I I Andrews' and Faulks' protection of home car,
the
See And Hear This Ian of Faith visiting \'\ : : !STOIC: jour ,
Corp. at Trail Ridge. I I son and daughter Lt and Mrs. I' furniture and other property. Wed Thurs. and Fri.
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:Marjorie Ellen Thomson le- i Eivin Andrews and attended the Mrs.V. E. Plummer and Expert insurance help is vital -
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have M-Sgt
tuined to her home Monticello: graduation exercises of Lt. Anil daughters joined : before and after trouble COUMBiA PICTURES pIOWI1I

Hiway Chapelt on Wednesday after spending a I at the [ Plummer at Emory Unuersitv
i ewe They were guests strikes. And that's our busi Jane Cornel
week with her grandparents, Mr i where he is now stationed. I The
dinner-dance honoring the graduates ness. Bring jour protection
and Mrs F. F. Stump. I at which Sylvia appeared as I' Mrs Jesse Young. Mis I*, JjQuattlebaum. problems to us! RUSSELL- \VILDE

:Mr and Mrs. Thurman Flippln guest soloist with the floor show. i I Mrs. S. E. Spaiksi .

OF GODI and three children of Nashville, j Following. the exercises the,i Mrs Russell! Norman and Mrs [IJ riii j j

Ttnn.. were overnight guests Sunday Paulks. Andrews and )l1s. Ervin i M. F Hazen are attending the I i SEARCHERS
I Blocks from Hiway 301 on Kaiford Road and Mrs. Robbie Shallcr j'I I C1NtM* COPE TtCHNICOlOU'
of Mr Andrews went on a sightseeingtrip Garden Club Short Course at
REV. C. C KOREKSON) : Pastor while enroute to Miami for a to Carlsbad Caverns in New I|the U of F this week. H. C. Wall AgencyPhone colUTJR rwuewanauru A3UR: .JOStf MUMMUMibaT
lid ). Irs Jesus: Christ t the of I .5SJl""." *
same yesterday today be guests Vr ftor"
vacation. They111 'i Mexico Juarez :Mexico New Orleans I :Miss Gerry Baldwin of Ocala pcaca.,4N.AC UM...-.T"WWI
and forever the Shatters' again next Tuesday Gulfport Miss and other I spent Monday to Wednesday with _,,"'-.A:1/o1 We Invite You To Relax and
horr.e. : 146 Plus Rodeo Round-t'p 2 Good; Movie In Our
while enroute :, points of interest. :Mrs Ei v'inAndrews : Miss Jean Mundy. EnjnA
Reel Special and "Chris- 100 Per Cent Air Conditioned
returned hone with hel''Camih'
j | Dr. James Stith and Dr. Frank 200 E. Call Street
Theatre During The Hot
and Lt Andrews followed "
Lowe have returned Washing .
I topher l rumpets: Plavmate
the next day. Lt. and Mrs Andrews Starke Fla. Summer Ban.
'ton, D C. after spending two Cartoon
will be home on ten day weeks at the Brownlee cottageSt.

FOR SALE leave after which they will re- Augustine Beach. [n
turn to San Antonio, Texas where
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M-Sgt and Mrs R. W. Reese
i mother Mrs Bertha Pear 'e.
and children of Larson Air Foic"Base. .
arrived 1 Eugene :Mundy of Chattanooga SEE AND SLEEP THE
:Moses Lake. Wash. ON NEW
Mrs Tra\
home last Friday for two weeks Tenn and Mr and
.
Huts visit with :Mrs Reese's parentsMr. ham of Jacksonville wen''l'k.

Q uonset and :Mrs. Adam Green and I end guests of :Mrs W. B. Mumh! Why Sleep on a Conventional Mattress?

family. I Miss Raima Grausten of Ftn-!

land former teacher of home ri i .
:Mrs Victor Berry and sons of
I
Dillon. S. C. will arrive IMonday onomics and home making in the
.Malta School of Home El'ol1' Beautyrest Mattress
for a week's visit with her par- I

ents, Mr ant Mrs. J S. Saj>p. I niu-s, Helsmk. Finland armni

:Mike Reddish is spending three here to make her home with Dr

I and :Mrs J. A. LeClerc.
weeks with his uncle and aunt.
:Mi and Mis. D. M Heath at I Eddie Hartmann of Jackson

Ls.* Fort Lauderdale and is deep seat I Tenn. is spending Iwo w eeks' vai -

!> ing while there. i I i cation with his parent11': anditrs.

:Mr and Mrs Dewey Warren :! : Albert Hartmann.Mr. .

and sons of Statesboro.: Ga. spent i i and Mrs. J T. Quigley '' .- Now

laM week with their patents, :Mr were recent guests of :Mr and ,

and Mis J. S Sapp and Mrs :Mrs. T. E. Duncan in Gainesville -. \

Newn Wan en at a birthday dinner honoring \ Only

I ALL :Straw Hats :summer Mrs Duncan's father L. A. Wvnn

+; w Sport Coals. Summer !Start and iimle. L. J. Wynn. both ot

r sh...-+=211( IVr Cent OFF at .\lrKIY. Hampton. Thirteen guests enjoyed .

\'.\ : STOKK.: : this occasion.Mr. .

I Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Harm and : and Mrs W H. Purls'

.--- children and Mr. and Mrs. Robert are spending this week in Panama 6950WHY
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,,:' .' Barksdale and son, Robbie, visited City. i

Okafanoke State Park last :Mrs Russell McRae and daughter. -'

.1'.,. .' I \eek. I Linda. have returned home
'
.\ .', Friends of Mrs. A. Wood will after a week's visit in South Flo
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be happy to learn that she returned rida.

: : : :: 1. to her home Tuesday and that :Mrs Floyd Wiltse of Hannibal

I 1 she in, feeling stronger after being N Y. is visiting her niece. Mrs

confined to the Bradford Ardell Crosby!:; for a few weeks

County Hospital the past ten Joel 11. :Miller, son of Mr and

v r .. I days. :>Irs. W., R. :Miller graduatedJune
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j jt. '
Dr. R. S. Mullins and son, Robin I 3 from the University of

.7 f spent Father's Day in Ocalaas Massachusetts at Amherst witha

t'A guests of Dr. Mullins' parents, BS degree in forestry

i Mr and Mrs. G. W. Mullins. While !j :Mrs Jim Brown Godwin and i

there they attended church Sunday :' children of the State Farm are I II BEAUTYREST IS BEST.
I
morning at the St. :Mark's' spf'ndmgThursday to Saturday .
I
,Ks Methodist Church to hear the with the Robbie Shallers at the
'1I
e t/ .. Rev. R. D. Sommer, former pas- Carpenter cottage on Santa Fe
t 1 ,I tor of the Starke :Methodist Lake. S Durable Ticking Fabrics :Smart and Colorful Too!

Church.i Mrs.V.: S. Slade, Mrs Clyde .
Keautyrest Won't Get Lumpy! Surface Stays Smooth !
i I : and :Mrs. Robbie Shallerare Sinclair and daughter Evelyn

j jA I spending from Wednesday to'I' Joanne and Susan Slade and Mrs: 837 Steel Coils in Individual Pockets! SACM'KOOF; !

Wednesday of next week at the T. H. Slade. Jr were visiting!

I Carpenter cottage on Big SantaFe Mrs N K. Hurst in Homasassa Your Spine is Supported in Le\elized Comfort

Lake. J JI I II on Tuesday Will Last Years Longer Than Other Mattresses!
:Mrs. Ann Cressler Booth
I grad- Mr and Mrs: Gilbert Newcomb
I
uated from the University of' and son are vacationing for two Best Cotton Felt Over Muslin Covered Coils Never Fetl Coils!
limited number of these Quonset Huts ( .\ Metal Shelter Housing Fbrida with honors June 4 and weeks in South Florida and Key-

Unit) will be offered for sale beginning Saturday, June 23: 1936.:; !: was initiated into Phi Kappa Phi West. While they are away. Mr Automatically Adjust To The Varying Weights of Different Parts of

Each Quonset consists of two reasonably ized efficiency apartmentswith honorary society.Mr. and :Mrs Clvde' Sinclair are managing Body!
and Mrs. Charles Patrick 'Iotor'Court..
two separate entrances. Each apartment has a cooking stove, heating from Sneads. S. M. Shaffer ofGoodland J! the Staike. )BaxleGa.. is I Costs Less Than 2c Per Night i !
stove hot water heater shower bath and toilet with Sam Slade of
room Ia\oratory, D. R. Shaffer of Winter visiting his grandmother, Mrs W I

two bedrooms and combination dinette. Can be moved on jour lot in a ;I Park and Mrs. E. C. HaskinS :' S. Slade. for two weeks.

hort time. tot Jacksonville were weekend i I! Hughes Register of Tallahassee You Have Read
For
Years And
Years
Now
of Mrs. Steve Weldon and Buy
guests i ---
returned from
who has
These Quonset Hut hate many u .es. 'an be made into roadside just
,
filling station and living quarters small store' and for various busi family. oversea, spent last weekend with
I Mr. and Mrs. OIL White Sr. : C. H And You Will/ Be
nesses. Just right and comfortable for lake cottages or hunting and his grandmother. Reg- Pleased.
were in Jacksonville Sunday:
t-I i=ter. and Mr and Mrs H. A
fishing lodges and many other gold u es A great Combination for ing their son-in-law and daughter. -

weekends and extra guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields. II i Lawson. YOUR EXCLUSIVE BRADFORD COUNTY DEALER

While there they attended the ,; OTICF TO \PPF.\R
In Tirruit (ourt Bradford (ountr,
For Sales Information Inspection Price Etc. Contact Lake Shore Methodist Church ; Florida In fbaacerr.StPv. .
,
where their grandson. Carl was |I .. K"-Kr'i, .kv Plain',:ff. .\nia -
: K".ovsKv r>t-f-n la'"' DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY
baptized. i ,
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f PHILIP P. VITSKYP. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ha2e Jr. I Iand >oflr To %ppr I

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Anna i:' .I.\ \ h r-.I.1-'!
of
family and their nephew i ij I OF STAKKE
ond aMr.i i Ir IsO Ninth \\'<-n ,
0. BOX 486. STARKE OR PHONE 42.VJ; STARKE j Miami are spending: two 'weeks II New T..rk X Y 0131 H6 W. Call St. Phone 151

', at the Mark Pitch cottage at'Kinssley I You are hereby notified that 1.\\
Fait for divorce
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I II I the St. William's! Catholic Club TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' or & Chemical Plant, Louisville. Mrs.
Bart Waters and of 1
Sue and
son Eddie
I Douglas attended ing two weeks! with tiu: : ;; ,::J.
was held Wednesday evening :AV.: Mr Davis is employ..dith : Gainesville -
were
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy June 13 in the hall. Since the BROODER{ .he Tungoil Paint and Varnish ;Ir and Mrs. G.overnight W. Davis guestsof Sat I i Simmons a birthday at party Like for. Satur-Rence parents, Mr. and Mis. R. K Gang

president and the vice presiden: plant in Gainesville. I urday. I Spring On Tuesday they attended a birthday i!

Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 were both absent, the meeting Mr. Mrs. and day.Mr. for
Mott Mellissa
I of informal but I5y Mrs. E. II. fallen and Ralph ,I Mrs.: Guy Harrell and daugh-j and Mrs. Wilbur Addisor party Anne Ga" i ;
was necessity *.-:! : '* :hildren of Silver Spring, Md. ters, :Mrs.: Warren at Swan LakeWindow i
} of Mrs S huch. i much was accomplished in the LAALAAAAALAAue.iai Aa ; I and family and Shirley Green ofI .
UOI.J.i1l"ti..J1t'1 Honored duughtt r < iI
; :Mrs.: Howard
i I Mr. and Mis. :Mike: Tilgham and daughters Norton Gainesville and Sarah Carelton I
With Bea<"h Party Mumrr: I A large table dei'orated, with a'' planning of the bazaar programsMr The New }Hiv. Baptist Churchis I and children, and Marsha Green I I I II II
and :Mrs.: R. L. Barton of children of Gainesville, and :Mr: I|I were weekend guests of Mr. and
Wednesday, June 13, Miss crepe-paper parasol, and crepe- rejoicing in their growing of Brooker and Mrs. Edna Hayes Cleaning j
Mrs A.
II. .
Waycross, Ga. were in Keystone and Mrs.: G. W. Davis and chiMen. !-i Green in Titusville.Mr.
Bobbin \Veuhel was the honor paper streamers was covered pains. Construction began Tues- and grandson of Gainesville en- I I .
JI'aonablePrlcrs
for the wedding of Mr. Barton'sson Mr and Mrs. Elbert Mott. and Mrs. Moody Stevensof i iI
guest at a combination beach- with lovely gifts for the bride. I day on two new Sunday Schoolrooms joyed a swimming party at
Richard Barton. Also here and Mrs. S. M. Mott of Brooker I i New York City were visiting Outside
30c
Only
party ana bridal shower given While the bride unwrapped her for the wedding; were Mr. andMrs. being added to the church spent the day at Daytona Beach. Hampton Lake Thursday. I! Mr and Mrs J. K. Douglas! Fn- I up 1 1I

bv Mrs E T. Martin and Mrs. gifts Mrs Elizabeth Holmes andMiss I T. C Aldridge, uncle and building. Dickie Davis spent a few days Mr and Mis;:: R. J. Waters of i I I day night I W. AGXEW.'. Prop. t:

W. J. Siptelle. at the Martin Martian Betts tied all the I aunt of the groom. Our community was saddenedby last week visiting Richard Lee Dundee acre \isitmir :11, G. \\'. 'I 1 I Little Sherry Beth and ally' 393 fherrj :>t. Marke, 111. I

home. ribbons together and rolled' them | Interested askedto death of Thomas R. FIpps. Waters in Gainesville. D.ivia; faniih lecentH: I Gano I of St. Augustine are spend I I II

Guests arrived at 11 a.m., and into a large ball, with Janet's engagement -j i parties are Mr.:: Fipps was 81 years old and I p 4
remember St. William's Ba-
went to the Martin's beach on ring in the middle. has been a resident of Brookerfor t
I zaar which is two weeks from
Lake Keystone, where several The ribbons were then used in a many years Burial was at !
tomorrow. The date Is 7 and
i July ,
tables were set up for a buffet- game, with Marrian Betts winning : the Dedan Cemetery last Friday

type luncheon. Mrs. Al Watson the prize. The briMs mother there will be a delicious dinner- I at 3 p. m. Rev. Truby Parrish .
prepared by good cooks: Mr. and I
and Mrs. Huntley Redfearn helped -!I took flash-tulb pictures during I had charge of the services. Survivors GLAMOROUSl
Mrs. Bill and Admiraland
Sipprelle
,
pour punch, while Mrs. S. E. i the evening.MUs l I include three daughters >
Mrs Tony Danis. The price :I l
McKay presided at the coffee Jo Ann KiduughtVd Mrs. Annie Grimes, Brooker; Mrs.
is $1.50 for adults and 75 cents
table. E T. Martin, husband of \\ -. Richard Barton I I Zona Douglas, LaCrosse; Leonna I
I for each child under 12. Servingwill
one of the hostesses, was on handto On Saturday evening, June 16, begin at 5 p. m. !i i Darling Maysville, N C.; and SDRE-

take pictures. I Miss Jo Ann Ridaught, daughter I three sons. Harvey Fipps Jacksonville -
Mrs. S. McKay is in Bradford !
Following luncheon, Mrs. Martin : of Mr and Mrs. Harold Ridaught, : ; Elbert Fipps, Cordele
County Hospital at Starke. We
and Mrs. Siprelle wheeled a and A2-C Richard Barton, son ofMr Ga.; and Virgil Fipps of New 1
hear she is doing nicely. 1I
wagon-load (plus arm-loads) of and Mrs. Earl Haynor of i River. Wilson Funeral Home of I
Glad Mrs.: O.
.to see D. Stew'art -
gifts to :Miss: Weichel's chair, Lake Geneva, were married at i I Lake City was in charge of ar- but a tomboy
I sitting out in the neighbors li i
while the other guests called, the First Baptist Church in Keystone -: i rangements. I
yard, after being in the hospitalfor
"Surprise!" Following the open- Heights. Margaret Colson of Starke is
several days. I at heart! 'I' aP
ing of gifts, the guests enjoyed Rev. Malcolm Cole Davis per- spending the week with her ;8 scA

swimming. Miss Weichel's mar-: formed the double-ring ceremony.The Mr. and Mrs. Charles T I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B
f fg
riage to Tommy Hearst will take church was beautifully dec- Smith have just returned from a I Colson.

place this Saturday. orated with flowers, enhanced by!I three-weeks vacation in Princess I Mr. and Mrs. G B. Colson are f f 'C110

.. Anne, Md, Wilmington, Del., and well deserved o
)1. .. f.lgar'kr lIgp candlelight.Mrs. making plans for a
Baltimore Mil. When they returned -vacation beginning June 2S. They 5,
h Honored At Shutter Dorothy McCrea of Melrose -] ,
they brought with them have already purchased their
of last two selections before
Thursday evening sang
I Mrs. Smith's sister Mrs. FrankCorner a-
'plane tickets (it will be their SDI N
the "I Love You Tru- )
week, Mrs. Eleanore Schuch andMrs. ceremony
who will month
spend a ride airplane) for El
first on an
ly, and "Because" At the conclusion -
Pat Pawlikowski were joint with them in Kepstone Heights ( Paso. Texas to visit Mr. Colson's -
of the she
hostesses at a shower in honorof ceremony" sang Miss Carolyn Henderson, is home brother and his wife, Mr.
"The Lord's Prayer. with her parents M. and Mrs. J.
newly-wed Mrs. Edgar Ack- and Mrs. Palen Colson They also
The bride, beautifully attired i D. Henderson on Lake Geneva. She ( to to Mexico whileaway.
ndge, the former Janet Marcks plan go
,
in white lace over white satin attends Bartram School in Jack- .
was given in matrimony by her I sonville.! i
\ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chaudoinof
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tatner. Her sister, Miss Cathy I i! Mrs. W. J. Andre has returned Titusville were visiting Mrs.
Ridaught. her maid of honor, I II
Wash Your Clothes and the best was Glenn i to her home on Brooklyn Bay ;, Jettye Hazen and other relatives
man was
I I after visiting her son, S. J. Andre ; here last weekend.
i Barton, brother of the :
9 Pounds groom. and family in Atlanta, and We are glad to hear that MrsC.
I I
I Immediately following the wedding her daughter and family, Mr B. Stallings is improving af-
a reception was held in the ,
I| and Mrs. A. C. Hancock, in Charlotte ter undergoing a major operation

For 40c! I new educational tuilding which is I I! N. C. Mrs Handcock return- ., in Alachua General Hospital '
I an annex to the Baptist Church. }I I led !1
to Keystone with her mother. Gainesville. Also glad to hear I
Miss Sandra I II
FREE Bleach If Desired! Ridaught sat at : and will be here for se\'eral. from Roy Tomlinson, who is inJa'kson"iIIe

I the table with the brides book I! weeks that he is better I
e for each guest to sign.
and to be home soon.
Sidney J. Hilbert ana daughter now hopes
The wedding cake was a vision Miss Kaye Hilbeit, of Summer } The W. E. Bighams are having

We Will of four tiers decorated with 'I Mich visited Mr. and Mrs. George I their turn at the measles this ..

yellow icing roses and green I week to hear that Patty the It happened at the famed Darlington
Schaeffer and family recently I Sorry Turn Chevy out on
Dry Your Clothes I leaves A miniature bride and I Ij en route to South Florida. has been so sick with them. Raceway. A '36 Chevrolet, with 22:)

j groom adorned the top, and overall I Members of St. Anne's Church ;: Bigham Enterprises (feed mill) road to discover its real li.p., poured it on for 21 straight hours,

For 20c I J.was McQuaig a silver, wedding the bride's bell paternal Mrs.B. -. are happy to welcome back Rev i i is now in operation, with the. charm For this is the averaging 101.58 miles per ]hour, to top '
Dick Bird, who with them first day being last Thursday.Have
was
In New Automatic Driers! the Indianapolis stock car record by
I grandmother from Johnson, : last summer. I le recently graduated : made the trial run and are beauty t that l recently I
2SO miles! Here's of '
j was in charge of serving the iI Alexandri'a time.Mr. proof perform- _
full
from the Theological -:, now operating
I i cake. Mrs F. H. Ho:>nsley. aunts I ) School, Alexandria.. Hej and Mrs. H.A Guest of raced 2,438 miles in 24 ance, stamina, stability and sureness L

of the bride, from Melrose and ) Nashville, Ga. the weekend of control that no other regular pro- ,: :.; =4.-*
The Washeteria% and his wife and small daughterwill spent hours to set a new: competition -
W. also ofMelrose. j :Sri -
Mrs D. Roberson
; diction the road equal! Stop < iI..j.
t reside in Waldo, and Itev.I with Mr. and Mrs. W E. Bighamand car on can c. )

I served punch. I Bird will assist Rev. Fred Yer- I. family. Visiting the Eighams track record! by for a sample! C
Temple Ave. Stark si Seated next to the serving taI America's largest selling car-
I jbk kes with his mission churches in Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Maurey -
was Mrs Maggie Buckhalt, 2 million more owners than another
.. 'I I Waldo and Keystone Heights.Mrs. Blalock and children of Madi AIR CONDITIONING-TEMPERATURES MACE TO ORDER-AT NEW LOW COST. LET US DEMONSTRATE.
: .. ,, of Okahumpka, grand-mother of make.
I :: Vesta Aiken has been in'
:| the hide. Alachua General Hospital in : son.House guest of the Bighams
] T'sheis for the wedding were I ;I
Gainesville for a few days this week is little Shirley Guestof
1! P.I rims Baker, Van Carpenter, RATLIFF
FRIGIDAIRETHE and Earl Brice Jr. I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rains and |i, Nashville, Ga CHEVROLET CO0

family of Jacksonville were in Mrs L. L. Hardee of Jacksonville -
The newlyweds left for Jacksonville :
BEST-KXOWN Keystone Heights for the wedding '' has just returned home after ,
and from there went to I '
NAME: IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION : of their nice Miss Jo Ann : spending two weeks with the !
Pensacola, where they left all
; then' Ridaught. Mrs. Rains is Mrs W. E. Bighams. West Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone 111
their Rifts and luggage, and
Ridaught's sister; j jMrs. i Mr and Mrs. W. E. Bigham
RANGESWATER took a trip to New Orleans. They I
I I
:: C. II. Arnold of St Augustine ana daughter. :Mary: Jane, and!
HEATERS will reside Air Base.
near Eglin ; in'
was also present for the Shirley Guest were visiting GOODYEAR'S '
where the i is currently i
AIR CONDITIONERS groom
Rulaught-Barton wedding. Mrs. Lakeland Tampa and St. Peer's- .

WASHERS & DRYERS stationed The regular with the.Juno U.meeting P. A. F of Arnold is the great-aunt of the]i burg last week. .lntetNo // $ ;J

bride. Another great-aunt of the I] Craig Wood is visiting with O'

Get The IJesT For Less I bride, Mrs. Annie Fomby of Oka- 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whittle .Ir you can win im '

AtSmith's FILL DIRTGOOD humpka was on hand for the in Jacksonville, and for the next l!

weddingMr. .' two weeks will attend the Vacation 2 25OOOi

and Mrs. Ray B. Forth. : Bible School at the South- 3-T SAFETY SWEEPSTAKES
RICH
GarageFRIGIDAIRE and daughter. Sandy Kay former-'' side Baptist Church. '" See us fer your entry blank now! Nothing to buy! 575 chances to win!
ly of Starke now living in the' Visiting the C. L. Atkinsons ,

TOP SOILSee little block house around the corner I| Sunday were Mrs. Iva McKinney I rs -

Sales and Service from the Woman's Club, next I j of Au1mrndale: Mrs. I... U. Morgan -
I a
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door to King'sonce;: occupied byI Jr. and children of Starke 3TTIREAE

We Sen ice All Makes of the Everett Fox family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ I

Klectrieal: Appliances BILL JACKSONJackson "The little block house around I and son of Melbourne, and Edwin

606 X. Temple Asp Transfer Company the corner from the Woman's ;! Russ of Apopka.Mr. I

Club etc sounds soft of i| and Mrs. Earl Geilmanl j VkZ' .
Phone 165 *
rilONE 120 (tide, but it i is the only way we and children of Ogden. Utah are : .: a

!have; of designating a particular ] spending several days with Mr .

house in our town. How much W. :Markey.: The Mar- j T
-- Mrs. T.
:. -: : _:: .. -i : _. : ''''_ >- : __: "103s'Gardm and the
it would be
Mmpler to say keys and their guests spent

St." or some such ad- :; weekend with Mr. and Mrs J ,

RCA VICTOR TVS dress. The fact is.; some people i' :\ Markey Jr. in Waycross Ga

don't! know the name of the street Mrs. Mattie Sowell was visitingthe .

they Hon! We know, because I Craigs in Newberry last week +

ours is the only street that has]I I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and

.- a sign. Pity the poor postmaster i family were visiting Mrs. R. C j I fjrM

whose patience might get a little McDermon in Baldwin Saturday. ,

S thin when tourists are Constantly j I Sunday dinner guests of the .

inquiring as to the whereabouts ; Russell: Green family were Mr j 4

I of "old Joe who used to I and Mrs. Joe Chrittenden Lee I

live next-door. He moved to Keystone Green and son. Tommy, and John I :

Heights and said he livedon i Surrency of Gainesville.

the lake. But Beverly Green has returned
Keystone I I
part of the charm of home after spending two weeks

Heights We aren't "big city"- visiting Mrs. Amy McCormick I _

dqlH vet. i i and Alva Stewart in Jacksonville.

Mrs. R Brown, and daughter! Mr. and Mrs. L :M.: Norman of

H i tr Roberta, of the Bronx, New York, I Heilbronn were visiting Mrs. Eva a

G are currently enjoying a vacation Harrell Sunday ti

r G f I at White Feather Court in Keystone I M. D. Harrell was admitted to "I ;

Mis. Brown is an aunt of I the hospital in Gainesville Monday .. ;

Mrs S. E. :McKay: and will have an operationsome

Miss Gertrude Houser left on : time during the week

Victor Towne 21. "All-Clear" Monday for Chicago, where she I Mr. and :Mrs.: Victor Jones anJ

aluminized/ picture tube with a full 261 will visit with her brother an.ll i daughter.:: and Mrs. Bill Jones j j

family, the Harold Housers. She and and Mr. and Mrs j
square inches of viewable picture! New I family
"Hidden Panel" Tuning. New Balanced expects to be gone a month. Bobby Jones spent Sunday inj j Similar Savings on other sizes too !

Mr. and Mrs E. C. Wewhel Jr.. .
Cedar Key.Arthur j
i
Fidelity Sound. Handsome black textured
and Mr and Mrs. Bill Siprelle attended ,!
'i"I
Pensacola
Kelley of was
finish. : r
Matching stand available, extra.
Model 2156052. ...--- the Jacksonville Power visiting M/ and Mrs. C. S. Kelley 3T SUPERCUSHIONy
Squadron Dinner at the Roosevelt Saturday. i

Hotel on Wednesday evening. I Little John Lewis is spending ,

198.00Service June 13 The dinner was for the a few weeks with his grandmother. POPULAR 6.

men who had completed thecourse Mrs. Eva Crowl in Larga
j
of sudy in piloting and ;' SIZE FORIn
Mr. Mrs. Clark and '
and Freddy
wives.small boat-handling and for their j I family of Lake City'were week- j G'OOOiE4R i6

end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I

TV Mr ana Mrs Guy M. Carter J Clark. Little Freeda Clark remained I $

ind children of Miami have beenvisiting to stay a week with her I lltlle Black or White Sidewalls II
fay '
05
Mrs Carter's mother. j grandparents Not just another sale on an ordinary tire; it's a 3-T SALE fear orabx

Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes, on Lake Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ f i j 1 is $125 a turing famous Goodyear Tires at rock bottom prices! Built with 'I >. tl'- -
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Brooklyn They left for their Miami (
All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates and son. Dean, of Melbourne. F..tI j I 31.AIrQ that's Triple-Tempered! in Goodyear's exclusive process rt' fs

home on Sunday.: win Russ of Apopka. Mr. andMrs. I j week for FOUR! involving Tension, Temperature and Time. Plus famous Grip .. -*"*, t4lffu
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Fully Equipped DependableAll Mr and Mrs Frank Ilgen spent
Sonny Dukes and daUghter. Scl Construction!
last weekend in North Augusta.S. .
Makes and Models C. Shelia, of Lake BUtler :Mr.: and I MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER K ::7'
Mrs. Earl Gorden of Palatka. Mr =
Johnny Walker III. of Ale n::- ana Mrs. Hubert Norman of 'f.f ;'.:,..ikIi2:?Jr.r@ 'fJ $ f(%' 'ffiif@ ffff.
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drla.'a.. has been spending this : A: 2 ;:
Weirsdale and Linda Brookins of
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV week with his aunt Mrs. George $
J
Hampton were visiting Mr. and
%s Service Station
Schaeffer, and the Schaeffer fam- I j' Mrs. Ernest Russ last weekend. -I
GOODMAN'S
I'.v l: His mother. Mrs JohnnyWalker
Radio Seat Covers Uphokterin"Phone G. W Davis recently completeda .
.
Ji is Mrs. Schaeffer'si
two weeks training in The Col- :J.... I
239 Starke, Fla. i 1-'; SEEDER D. GOODMAN

OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY Friends and patrons of Pat IFr. j Thursday. We hear that poorRuh J. r= U. S. 301 at South City Limits I

i 1er are glad to see her up !' Mitchell has been snowed Starke, Fla.

n and around again. She was back under trying to keep all these l I.- I i

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'WWWWWWYYYY.t.w....YY9 liams Friday evening, June 15. the trip with Mrs. Sam Andersonof I I l VVly f vvVyn7lnVlnVI Albert Normans.Mr. I in Thomasville! with his parents.Mr. ,

Mrs. Leroy Rhoden was honored Starke. and Mre Lacey Norman and Mrs. J. C. House.
with a surprise shower followingthe Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cox and HIGHLAND and son, and Miss Maggie Crews:: ( -
; Mr. and Mrs R V. Turner and
program. Mrs. Charles Hicks family spent Sunday in Hampton were in Green Cove last Saturday family had as their weekend
the and Mrs with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs: and while there were dinner
presented program
By Sirs. D. E. Ilill By Sirs. Lacy Norman guest :Mr.: Turner's father, Roy
E L. Birt gave the devotional. G C. Cox. guests of the Richard Sapps.
Turner of Lake Butler.
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Refreshments of cookies :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. I I I
I Mr and Mrs. W. P Dickson I
Program soft drinks were served, after Jr. and children of Lancaster -| Eugene Norman and Betty I II fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE I of Jacksonville were dinner guestsof : RDEkGf / 1 D ( .z't

Close Baptistns gifts' were opened, by Mrs. Ar- S. C arrived in Hampton Jean Clemons were united in I I Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Erwin

A picnic at Goldhead Branch nold Haddock. Eighteen women Saturday evening for several !':marriage at 3 o'clock Saturday j ji i ii FARMBy last Saturday. Virginia and Bryan I

State Park Thursday afternoon attended the meeting. days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin i i afternoon, June 16, in the H.11i i II Jr Erwin accompanied the Dick-!

June 21, wound up a 8-day Vacation Hostesses for the July meetingwill Faile and daughter j bronn Baptist Church. The bride I Janet Turner !: sons to Jacksonville for a few'

Bible School at Hampton be Mrs K. \Vattdrson and Mr and Mrs W. W. Jacksof I'I is a daughter of Ray Clemons I Ii I'hone 135-J I days' visit I II

Baptist Church which broke Bible Mrs. Marvin Faile. :Mrs Florie Memphis, Tenn. have been i of Starke and was a member of I I Mrs. J. E. Strickland and children -
School attendance records for Belle Brown will be in charge of visiting her parents in Hampton, the BHS graduating class of 1956. l AAWAAAaaAAAaiAAAAAA.Mts. .
I and Mrs.V.. B. Dickson left
the churth. the program.L. Mr. and Mrs. P H. Lott. On Mr. Norman is the son of :'Ir.I :! Owen House and children | ,,
With 144 children registeredby their return to last and Mrs. Albert Norman and is i I for Warsaw N C last Saturday
P. Romady of Starke had I Memphis I II I spent last wet'k'islting Mrs
Monday of this week. the opened an auto and truck repair week' they were accompanied by. employed by St :Marjs: Kraft Gene McClellan and children at I after a week's visit with the Bry- : PAY THE SAFEST WAYWhen
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school had an average attendance| shop and service station at the I Mrs. Jacks' sisters. Mrs. Ted Corporation. their cottage at Mexico Beach. I s.I -

of more than 130 for the six Y junction near the east city Curtis and Miss Brenda Lott of Shirley Smith is spending; a
All the families of the Farm I
days through Monday.A limits of Hampton.Mr. Hampton. two weeks vacation with friends wish
'I to extend a warm greeting
program for parents and and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Howard Jones of Cocoa visited and relatives in South Carolina. to Rev. and Mrs J. T. Thompkins 1 i II. rirrull NOTIC'K("oar'TOPPER, Bradford County, l
friends of the children was pre children B. Y. Saxon and G. W and in Mrs. Norman
Saturday:: Sunday Hamptonwith Mr. and Floyd and children, Sandra and Gmny. Florida: In rhancerr.
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sented Wednesday evening duringthe Saxon left :Monday afternoon for his parents. Mr and Mrs and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mose- Rev. Thompkins is the new prison (Grout Knud,Iront Defendant., Plaintiff v''. Doris M. !

regular prayer meeting. Ft. Lauderdale to visit the latter's -I Willard M. Jones. ly of Jacksonville were Sunday chaplain Case No. 10-15S3: ,

Classes ended Wednesday morn- brother, who has been very I visitors of the K. B. dinner guests* of the Leonard I Notice 1.. \ppenr ,
Sunday Mr. and Mrs J. G Caldwell and T.: Dons M Grunt: whose resl ] you pay by check, you al'a3ha'e
the for both return to
with to
ing picnic ill. They expected Wattersons Mr. and Mrs Normans. dence and address i is,: Unknown. :
I were houseguest, Mrs. C. M. Turney, : legal proof that you paid. You need
children and their parents at the Wednesday. I You are hereby notified that a''
afternoon. Hampton Mich I Frank Harding and his mother Rev E. C. Harvey W. C. Har- had as dinner guests Monday i suit for divorce : not carry much cash around, or keep
state park Thursday I Hershel Parker of Flint. Mrs Oley Harding of Jackson- dee and daughter. Freda, and night Mrs Louise Harden of the ''has been filed against you In The it at home. You can mall checks
Both church busses ran routes arrived in Hampton Monday fora labove named Court and cause and
ville.I Rosie Mae Austin left Wednes-
i Farm and Rev. and Mrs.V.. S. without
you are required to serve a copy of worrying.For .
children in outlying Mr. and I
to pick up j few days visit with '
William Johnson son of Mrs day for Ridgeuest for several McAliley and family of Starke. your answer or oleadmgr to the
areas, as well as several car- Mrs John Parker in Hamptonand complaint on the Plaintiff's the best
Frank Johnson, received his hon- days. Little Vickey Turner celebratedher ( Attorney Japour & Irwin :306nuaranty in convenience and
routes throughout the eight daysof I with Mr. and Mrs. Milton I orable discharge from the Air Mr and Mrs. Leonard Norman first birthday anniversary I Life Duilding, Jackson- security, pay all obligations with
elasswork.Vomen of the' Misner in Hawthorne. I \ill.. 2, Floridaand ]
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church served refreshments to Allen of pasdena, Calif., Force last week and returned and children, Zettie Padgett and with a small party last Satur- file the original In the office checks. from this bank.
Johnny to Hampton Friday. He has been Beedie Norman spent last Thurs- day at the home of her parents.Mr. 'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB ,
the children on the church son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Dan I or befere the '
each morning Johnson of Hampton is confinedto stationed at MacDill Air Force day at Dock Normans near Dins- and Mrs. R V Turner. Vicky I' 2 day of July 1336.;
grounds
'I, Base near Tampa.Mr. more. Dock is now working at and her friends enjoyed refresh- otherwise the allegation: of Raid
C'hurch EndsTuoUeck : for treatment
Christian a hospital there the Yates Dairy. ments of ice cream and cake. Complaint will be taken as confessed .

Hampton Bible Christian Sdiool Church word for kidney received stones here., according to I''I and daughter. and Mrs of Eau Edward Gallic Saxon were Miss Avie June Vansant of Mr. and Mis Bryan \\ field Tins by notice you. shall be published FLORIDA BANK <>< STARKE

visitors in Hampton Callahan is spending several days moved Monday to their new homeat once each week for four consecutive; !
completed two full weeks of Vacation Mrs. Betty May and daughter I weekend with Freda Hardee.Mr. Mr.Vhitfield weeks In the Bradford County Tele tr.
Campulle. retired -
Bible school at the Church Melody, Mrs Dick Williams and with relathes. ( and Irs'ernon Giiffis graph. I Member Florida National Group
as postmaster for the
prison THtfJ .
this 30 day of Jay 19'i5OFFICIAL
Friday, June 15, with a programfor son. Ricky and Mrs. J.V.. Home Sunday'sitors at the home of
and son of Jacksonville and Mrs! after serving 26 years in that ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby
parents and friends, followedby were business visitors to Jacksonville Mrs. T. F. Brown were Mr. and Bettie Starling and children of capacity, I Clerk of the Circuit Court
refreshments of watermelon. on Thursday last week. Mrs Frank Drown of Jackson- 'By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk .
Heilbronn spent Sunday with the Owen House spent the weekend : G/l 4t 6.-'
Enrollment of the school was Mr. and Mrs. Madison Lee of ville, and Mr. and :Mrs.: Emory

nearly double that of last year, Hampton spent last weekend in Brown and son. -

with 48 enrolled, and an average Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacMa- .

attendance of 31 for the 10 days' Dan O'Grady hone and son of Everglades visited -

school; Mrs. Robert Cox anj daughter. |I in Hampton with her parents.Mr. .

Baptist \VMU Members Shannon, spent two days last ;> and Mrs M. Watterson,

have Meeting, Shower week in Hawthorne with Mr. and I II I j last Friday. Supper guests at the i Home's

"Thy Word-A Lamp A Mrs Milton Misner. I Wattersons Friday evening were a happier place

Light" was the program for the I Mrs. G. Wadsworth has been i also Mr and Mrs. Frederick Wat-

Hampton Baptist WMU meeting I vacationing in Washington, D. C ] torson of Starke.

at the home of Mrs. Frank Wil for the last two weeks. She made ; Bert Hinson Jr. stationed with

the Air Force in Panama City

I spent several days in Hamptonlast
week with his parents, :'Ir''

I and Mrs. Bert Hinson.
Mr and Mrs. F. P. Lott and

HUNDREDSof family have been visiting for the

I last week Dinner in Stewart Miss when Coke is there

Birthday
details are managed and economically II .
Fetes :\1.'. :McKinney .
attended that only a trained and Mrs C. M. McKinney was honored -

careful organization can attend when 1 i with a birthday dinner Sunday -

the urgent need for serving is at i at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

hand. i, Lester Slade on Hampton Lake
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with 51 people present. She received 96 vNvn" 1.
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i many gifts

DeWITT C. JONES f Out of town guests were Mr
and Mrs. E. A. Rutten and children :
Phone 7 Starke Fla. 1
j Mrs. Robert Thomas and ,
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Funeral Director Ambulance Service I baby, :Mr.: and Mrs C. J. Thomasand ,. .. :.: ":; '
children, all of Jacksonville;
Our local funeral home enable oj to offer convenience aM Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dyer of Fort :. : ,,' I

service not otherwise available. Myers; :Mr. and :Mrs.: Raymond >.. "',: ',':": ,.','",' t
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Brown of Worthington Springs; >,; ,'..h'.V:'" q ,
Mr. and :Mrs Fate Brown and x.1'9'+ ,,.',.',, '',;..... ,..," '": 'v
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W fumiah hlghut type cervlc at lowest prices and I son. Dale and :Mrs.: Brown's r.;

accept ANT life insurance policy in force, leaned by ANT I mother, Mrs. Edwards, of Starke: J

company, u payment la part or In full on a funeral. Mrs and Mrs. Morris Brannen and ,.. ',:'

Con altMton earths no obHpt1aA. 'I son of Lake Butler; and Archie

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY.( NK 2'!. 1956a : I

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I Grate rind of lemons. Squeeze I I ing from the attack of asthma above named Court and cause and This notice shall be published complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney Earline Koon. PefendanfOse
out and strain juice of lemons.] and other complications that and you are required to serve a yice each week for four consecutive | X. I'- p-=
cu|>y of your auwer or pleading to weeks in the Bradford County Tel I Louis T. Hansom 316 Professional Order of rabllratluo aod :>oiler iu
) Home DemonstrationNotes Mix together all ingredients and j caused her. to enter St. Vincent'sHospital the complaint on the Plaintiff's graph. Building, Jacksonville 2, Fla Appear: i.tate of Florida To:
freeze. If frozen in refrigerator. last week Attorney Ualph Roberts, :2!I):2! Pn Dated this :31 day of May. 1556. I and file the original In the office or' Thelma Earline K. '- w 1: >
I foMnnal Huildiiig; JackMiiuille: :2, i (Oftll'lalal) Charles A. Darby the Clerk of the Circuit Court on re' ( >nee and addr"< i.-. {''1kn -,\ .
: stir 3 or 4 times while freezing.I | The rain has put Jim Strick Fl''rid a. : Clerk of the Circuit Court I or before the 9 day of July. You are required to ap.iear. -,
ttSi ; Ji land to work poi i and file the original in the office of By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 1956; otherwise the allegation of July :2. l92! ::, in the ., .\ t' i. I
., by again setting i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orI..f..e I 6.S 4t 6.2J:! ;said Complaint will be taken a. <'mrt and caute.u :"-'i ;.;" -."*
) _:j ;:1 I ............... ......I.II tato vines. It is hard work for I the 16 day of July 1056; confessed by you. seeks divorce care f i-; .J..' .i: d r.tii'l 0-
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lJJ p DOROTHY ROSS him. but he we will need': otherwise the allegations said I .nTJ'r: OF I\TI:>TIO\ TO i This notice shall be published ..f miner children
says I ''oftlplalt't111 be taken as confessed nlII'1: -. "'J'lI1"IIIUI NIIIKNot om e each week r..r five consecutive Rradford CountT.egr1; 'h fh.V.Ipuliii :
,-'Y't.4f: 'N Home Demonstration Agent CLAY HILLby some sweet taters to go with the by you. .1 U e is hereby given that the weeks In the Bradford County >h this Ordtr:1I: ; i.-u f jr
This notice shall be published once undersigned, under the provisions! Telegraph weekly! Issues.Vii .
hunting
I I I possum in case I ever go each week for four consecutive ,I if Chapter :!!O.9t. Laws of Florida. Dated this G d.iv ..f June, 1JI5. \ : !. -s n.y han] .!' .'. -.f!: ,!
again. !! weeks in the Bradford: County Tele- Acts of 1941 will register with the OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Cnarles A. DarbY ?exl at tarke, FliT-di r )r.y-.
Freezing Cream Stjle Corn lolling boil. When processing time Mrs J. L. Strickland graph. II Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 '5S.

is good frozen and is up. remove and place out of I 1 I'.iied thU 11 day of June I'O.S :for Bradford County. State of Finn- Ry Marian L. Crosby. Deputy ClerkS OFFICIAL SEAL)
Corn very ..&&..u.... ....&.... 1I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Ida. upon receipt of poof of publication C 4t 6/29:! Charles A. r>ariv,
has the time-saving method over draft to cool. I I j Clerk of the Circuit Court.I of this notice the fictitiousname As Clerk f said C ."";
I Ot'LL LOVE the Ester-I
heat- method is Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Padgett were nexv :: JlarUn 1. of Starke Auto Sales under 'Br Marian I,. Cro prefer The water bath recommended ) Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
Some people .
canning. I 7.1. It If n. ,,11! ft-, .. .
In Cin-uK <
brook pur.t'-! ze fountain pens inpastel ; Uvhitli we are ens.igd: in l lu-in..ss Court llradford County. "" ; .i : : ;
ing the corn after cutting it from for processing fruits i i calling on relatives and lends > I fi, I't 4t T'ti at .".::< !'"ulhalnut St. St' 'irks. Ela. I'loriila; In (-IinnrrrrK. ... Ic .I.,. U- -\ 1 lie: !"". i.
acid foods) j last week. They are still shades. Only $1.58 at Brad- I i:. P.. Hammond P. .). Ix 1107 I' K !I' \ Th--ua: : At'j-. f-r I".f.! : j- "
the cob because; of the flavor, so and tomatoes (high I one day I .NOTICE. 10 .,1'''.. UlI
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County T..It'gralh.OTIC Starke Fla., sole owner.
it is done. The heat in a water bath is 212 1 on their little new I I la Clreuit (' .ur Hrndfurd County. ---
here i is how working ,'florida I IStarke, Fia. and Marvin .4 {"rqui --- ---------------- ---- -- -
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Husk coin, remove silk, wash, degrees F. and is not high enoughto church Lottie comes around gathering -I !\ TO ArrK\rt <-hola) '! J. VitaePlaintiff.. vs. i hall, I'. O. Ifi'X :24: \ ..sia"-Ke Fla., -- I

size. kill the organisms that giow papers to sell to add a'I'tl f'lrruit Court. Itrnilfuril ('...uo'T.FI..rlda 'I Klt-.iru'ie JI. Vilai i-o, l>efendant.Ct.e Mile owners. ,. -
trim tips and sort as to \ I Kited this :22nd! day of )r.. A.D -
Cut corn from cob and scrape vegetables Hence, the pres- little money to the building fund. ,\ -tit J.um: In >Chanrrrr.Vim Tom.i-iii". I'l.iintiff i l.%,,fire\ Tn Appear No. 1U-1600 ,1 IfOt;. at Starke= rrailfi.nl) t'...unly.I ,

cob. To each two cups of cut sure cooker is recommended for I Earl Lang and family of Tam- v -. JIMII Fl"l ifii'r 'TuiiiaMnii, I'etendant. j T.: iieanore M. \ ta'co. whose G14t6.JJ I
'I !; resident e and address Is: 970 East
coin add one cup boiling water, processing all vegetables to be pa visited his parents over Sun- C.ILXL.. IIJ.ItG: 'j %Ih :Street: firooklyn. New York. NOTICK TO AI'PFMI If
In Circuit Court. llradlurd County
and bring to a boil, stirring tojpj canned. I I day and all attended Homecoming Notify To Appear! I I you tire hereby notified mat a : Florida: In ('ha 1mm-cry. f
I Ti.: Juan FWrme Tuma-ino suit for divorce care custody and
event sticking to pan. Chill by Milk t services at Clay Hill Church. i iI \\h.-f i.--iil,. iami 1 ail-s i>: 4th I coutrul: of minor child .Thomas M. O'lirien: Pl.iintiff.i \ If
P.I n line P.urkle: olii.eii.1: I I. f -n lan' II
sotting in pan of ice water. Package I For the best of health e'frybody j Gloria Starling is spending a'i New Strt-rt.Yui'k.Yirn 1-:a-t. Mraduw Long Inland, I[ bait been named lieu court against and you in and theabove 1 Case N >. 10-U1-: : l
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in moisture-proof containers needs milk from the i with her Mrs. > hareW notified that Andre To Apprnrij
j few days sister :I ar a I you are required to "serve. cup uli I j : Pauline P.tirkle uTi-: : \vh"eresidence
I cradle to the It's almost > suit f.r divorcehas i your answer or pleading to the
and freeze. grave. and other rela- .
| Lillian Padgett, : the and addle** i-: L'ukiiutti.
I been filed a@'alnft you in { complaint "n the Plaintiffi I
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1'itkIe.! I impossible for children andgrownups lives and friends at Clay Hill. .,above named Court and cause and i Attnrnev William T. Morgan j 1\7i ;-1 You are hereby notified chat a
to the calcium j vou are required tu strve a copy of i Clark Building Jacksonville suit for
here is I get Mrs. Dora North and mother :2!, '
Speaking of pickles. : 'I your answer or iiIradiiiK to I the (' m- : Florida Divorcehas I
they need each day unless they .| : been filed against you In theabove
one that you must try if 'ouhan'n't j Mrs. \Velhausen. of Maxvillevisitel plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
and
fIe
J the original in the office of named Court and cause and
and girls need C.-i.i: M U. Hart. ::fIJ Smith Itlild- I I
milk.
drink Doys |
done It came Mrs. Gertie Faircloth and the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
already so. | iiig. J.t KMiiuille ', Fl>>rul.i ou 'you are required to serve a copy
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to us from Mississippi and is so calcium for building strong bones the Ernie Padgetts Sunday afternoon and nle the original: in the office of 'i or 9 before d.Ihf the | your answer or pleading to tbjcomnlamt I
July li6! ;; : the T'lai"'lrr'I
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uses calcium I 'I i the Clerk); of the Circuit Court on
teeth.
delicious! Many people have made and Everyone Mrs. Welhausen is not able ,or before the t otherwise the Itlh ..tJons of pals I Attorney Samuel V. Holch, P. O. t
in the body: to help the heartnerves !, Comolaint will Ie taken as contend.i I lox J47, tiaytolia P.t-aili I Florida
this sweet pickle and passed the to travel around much, but we IB: day c.f July, IfiDS; j 1w1i
and muscles to functior!; I I !otherwise the allegations of said i by you ,and file the original I in the office it
recipe on to others. It stays very 1 J |I are glad to know she can get Complaint will Le taken as confessed This notice shall be: publishedjuiiLe .of the Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt on
right. Bones that break easil : by I each week for four consecutive or -f..re the 9 day r.f July
of around for little visit and you.
crisp. The amount sugar may I a now weeks .
in the Bradford .
often caused by not gettin r I This notice shall be published County Tele- r.iiii; ;; oth.rui-t allegations of
are '
be reduced if desire. I then. j.Traph. '
you so | nee eaci week for four consecu- 'said Complaint will be taken aa
I enough calcium for a long time i lire weeks in the Bradford County fated this fi d3Of June, K'36. 'eiinfesed by you. ,
Cucumlter CrispiPoak
Milk is also rich source of thE, j :Mrs.: = Kathie Bowens of Jack- ;J Telegraph. I lfUJlAUfcAl..,> diaries A. .-' 7 pounds of cucumbers t i sonville visited her mother. :Mrs.: Dated I 111.15; : day of June, 11! :;*:. Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt 'once each week for four consecutive
I "keep young" vitamin B2 or ri' I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i iP.y: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
sliced one-fom inch thick in 2 boflavin. To get the benefits yot, j Gertie Faircloth last weekend I' Clerk of the Circuit Court I C.'S It 6/5S
gallons of lime water ((3 cups hy- .jand I attended Homecoming. By Marian L. Crosby. Beputv) Clerk Dat.-d this 1 day of June, 1336.:
must drink milk all through lifE 6/13;; 4t 7. C I NO IK I'I It 'ri'i\u ((1IFFlI"LL:1'1.: : .) i
drated lime to 2 gallons water) : :Minnie: Gurr and sons railed on ,
'. '. Charles A. Dari '.
and not wait until old age creep; I' In Circuit ( .urt. Itrailfnrd ( .un.y.
for 24 hours Drain and soak for Dad and Mom Strickland Satin'day I \lTiCi10 .\PP. \R Florida: In Chnneery.K Clf-rk (,r'Ihe Cir.-uit Court iI
Cook with milk too. You gel I Iin Circuit Court, Itradford ( ,. Clerk
County -ther '.iiie Spivey. Plaintiff vs.Kellon P.y Mari.in I Ciogtiy Deputy
4 hours in fresh afternoon. When learned
water, hanging they I
lots of extra milk into soups ; Florida: In Chnncery.IM Forest Spivey., i defendant. | 6S4t6J: .
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water every hour. Drain again. of our Homecoming at Clay Hill ; .|..-.'| P..iIn.vie.. 1.ltinlff5.: : 1'a-e N.. 1U-13JO! I _-
j: main (dishes breads and desserts:.1 il.il.l. I Iur: >;. s J)<.> !I.,. 1'efeiidant. .Notice To Appear I !\II1'I4'I: '1 t. API'Ktll t
Make a syrup of 5 pounds sugar they returned to Jacksonville and .'. I
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I Here are receipes using frc.sl To: Ftlton Forf-t Spivey, whose 'in rlrriilt .ur'. Rradturd (uur(7,
3 pints of cider vinegar 1 teaspoon j prepared to come back Sunday ..police Tpnenr: t I n sulenre and address i>: Unknown. i Kl.irlilat In ( hanr.-r. .,
or dry milk. j Tn: Malile. lillfKi: ; -s lid\le. Whose You notified ,iP.ii hard Henry J1ra<1fortT. Plaintiff.
hereby
are that
each whole cloves whole! : and spend= the day with us in ;, I'eMtlcni'e. .1 i1, :iddrei 1X": ". for divorce and re-toration a suit of xArlecne I..:ube Bradford Defen- ,
Custard
allspice, celery seed and 4 sticksof :Milk Ih-sM-rli-Soft:; services. Minnie wished to hear| )Ml.lltf.-t Alelllle, lritllt! .tl. M.ISSarlm.etts' maid< n name dant. I II I
I Two cups milk one-fouith.. ]) II : I has been fried Case No. 1015P2totli'e :! II
cinnamon (broken; ). Bring toa Dad pi each again since it had Yuu against you in the I I
: are hereby notified that a .
one-half i above named Court and and To AppranTo
2 giuse
teaspool [ !
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boil pour over the cucumbers sugar eggs been several years since she had I suit for divorce you are required to serve a copy of I : Artp.'nJ.oui p Bradford
and let stand overnight. The next vanilla few grains salt. that pleasure. has been filed against you In theabove your aipswer or pleadingto the I[whose residence and address-i : 20,". !I
Heat milk over boiling waterBeat named Court and cause and complaint on the Plaint Attorney! i Woodbury Terrace. Thorofare New ,
morning boil for one hour. Pack .1 Mr and :Mrs.: Charles Lang are you are required to serve a copy of Joseph K. Skipper. 2C1 Florida I, Jersey. I &

cucumbers lightly in sterile jars. eggs add sugar and salt: now living in Gertie Fairdoth's i|your fimplaint answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading Attnrnevfr.d to the '!'I Title P.uildmg. Jack*..n\ille :2, i Von are hereby. notified that a -:
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Cover with Stir and slowly add the hot mill Puller.: ]':III! Harnelt: I'.ink
boilinghot to vacated. ,
which she
syrup I house recently I an i.\ rare rn-toily a.tl: -ontol 1of
which 2 garlic buttons have been to the egg mixture. Cook ove r i :Mrs.: Ernie Padgett and11':: j II and lUnUliriK file the, Ju'k-i\In Fl"llll.. the i"li'rk! rif the i'i-> iu '"1111 on ", i'n..r i liilili
hot not boiling) water until mixture original the utru-e r-r 1.f.,0', tl- i ilix-1 .f ..11:1J : \'. 1 1..1\ fd. tI -I .oin't > 'i in 11! .
added just before pouring in jars. ( and Charles Coibett and of the Clerk of the, Circuit Court on ".', I
I Mrs. !:' ; "tI.n", ,;< Ldl. :; ,' .n- ,i.f ti---.\ .> n.mud. C..iit. t.d t.'i-i- .i''l 1 1'i 1y
Seal and process at simmering coats a spoon stiiring al.i I family went to Santa Fe Lake ;or t before; iI..> of the July, l''.<>: I --..", C..IMl' I III t'' .1 I t'z,,K! !i ?- at .' rivpilred t, ser\P a c'rpy
10 in the time. Remove from hot wate r I'I'J the of cnnfe"ed l h v \ u. .'f \ oif aii!:'-wir or pleading.; ti"> the I wini"Tt !>E
minutes a water bath. Chill Saturday and had an enjoyable & allegations paid
at once( Cool and add flavoring I [Complaint will be taken as confesa-
before XOTE
using. : Sliced tomatoes
: time. The Corbetts returned to ;ed by you.
may be used instead of Serve plain over plain cake ove: but { This notice shall; be published ,
1'1 their home Saturday night
cucumbers Place a little of the I fresh, frozen or canned fruits. ;..two of. the daughters. Betty Jean 'once Weeks. each In the week BRADFORD for four consecutive COUNTY i i NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $w -- $300 I

spice and a small piece of garlicin Miss Holstein District Honv"I and Ruth lemained with TELEGRAPH.
el Shelby ated this 7 day nf June 1'3*!. II
each jar before sealing.The Demonstration Agent says shi I their grandmother.Mr. (OFF 1C1AL SEAL CUarlea: A. L/iiroy j PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL I WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

Water Bath. Ues a large makes enough soft custard t4<)I and :Mrs Sidney Strick Clerk of the Circuit Court I

pot with a lid and a rack in the store in the it refrigerator day. so sh(.> land and daughter of Lake City. I I By Marian L. Crosby_, Deputy 6,14t'I ;; Clerk,0I : MARION FINANCE CO., Inc. | 2n: N. Temple Ave. Phone 166

bottom. The can serve every
water bath must be
and Mrs. Jim Hornsby of Starke I
:OTICK TO APPKAU I
deep enough so that the jars may! IA'mlln1: ilk :NitTlirtFour ; attended Homecoming here last In Circuit Court. Bradford County 218 W. Cni'ersih''e.. Phone FRG-5333
Vx" covered with 2 inches of water whole milk one am I i I Florida t In ('hanciry.I Starke, Florida
cups Sunday. There were visitors from ...ri< IWerly Turner, Plaintiff, v-. I Gainesville, Fla.
and placed one-half inch apart on one-half cups sugar one-fourtl!1 all around, but not as many as i William Jdw..nl111 nt 1' Defend! : I I
the rack. water grated rind of two le" I ant. Case Xu.; lu-16i -.- -- ...-
cup we had expected, due to the rain i
| To
\oiice Appear
Cover water bath and bring mons. one-half cup lemon juice, and a funeral at Long Branch T..: William Kdvvanl Turner,

water to a boil. Lower jars slow one-eighth teaspoon salt. Church. whi'-e residence and address 1";

ly in the water. Count Make a by heating sugal r I Kxeiett, Utrorgia.
processingtime syrup
The revival cjosed at Clay Hill You are DUIID7 notirlea that II

when water returns to a and water together. then cool. j I Saturday night with two additions suit Divorcehas for

I to the church--one bv letter been filed: against you In the
r. I above named Court and
cause and
and one upon profession of BEAUTY
you are required to serve a copy of THIS
i That's Our Business faith. We believe there was agreat your answer or pleading to the complaint -

S !' work done week on the Plaintiffs Attorney
g during this
If It's Glass We Have IU! I.'iuiT.' lUnMuii, 316 Profrs>ionalHuildmg.
and that we will feel the effects I Ja.k>uitvirit-, Florida
4 CALL WRITE or VISIT for a long time to come. and file toe original in the office ul
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
i We will have Rev. Prevail with before the It; day of July ICiJS; NEEDLE *

I Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR j July us to 7 deliver the message on ,Complaint otherwise by you. will the be allegations taken as confessed of said-I CAN THREAD A J


ANY GLASS NEED I i \\1'\ missed our pastor's wife This notice shall be published
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{once each week for'four consscutlve
A We Design Modern Store Fronts |! and daughter from Sunday night week In the Bradford County .I

# Just Mail Us A Pattern for j services. The son Ward Lane. ('.Telegraph. I You Forget You're
I luted thi.8 dav i.f June, 1JH. Here's Handling So Precise and Effortless,
was to he: in Jacksonville at S | (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Uaroy
Table Tops
o'clock to begin a 30-day furlough Clerk of the Circuit Court Cars on the Road!
I of the Biggest
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 so Mrs. Lane met him j::By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 6/13 4t Clerk;/ Bossing One

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B the
NOTICE TO APPEIR I It feels and moves like no other caryou've X-member frame-on power
We were sorry to learn last
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I week that Mrs. Dorothy Hatcher I Florida: In Chnnrrry.Pcth ever

WE CONTRACT FOR i: became ill suddenly and had to be Robert Pettit. l'1..intirr.'S.. Here is control as precise and sure as Streak V-8 and Strato-Flight Hydra-
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Kii-haid Heiny 1'ettit. DefendantI
i I rushed to the hospital. We have I ,t'ase Xo. 10-1617 the engineering that created this sleek Matic*. It's control born of steoringso

missed her from services at Clay >lIce To Appear I accurate could thread a needle-
ALL TYPES OF BUILDING you
I" T"iRirhard Henry P..ttit.'ho p 56 Pontiac.
Hill Church as she always helped residence and address is (rukn v\i: the and of huge brakes that react to tiptoe
based
solidly
It's control on
You
with the singing. are hereby notified that a !

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woca.1CHUR 1 NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED f Grace Kelly's 'Swan' I Attend Boys State .


CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Appears At Florida

Ozora J. SheU i
HII s
}i\' : \ ::i H' I! '
> Jack, r'. ,,, Sip .
( t laid
<>rnr* <>neOn lub meeting m : r t I liin.oi: ; ,r :Mr '

Sundav. June 17, at Aller ;12 \V Beaver St :Memh," ,, :,. Su.tn't: i- t:., t.t

I.: -,;vAt ( rupel A :\LE. Church a hIstory u.ked to come to the next m. r' ': '1'!it.atic Sunday 1:1':, ,- i tlt

,udking ceremony was given b\ mg at RJE There will in M., T n'. -,daM.s> '

The TabernacleColored Presbyterian Church i iI tn. Free and Accepted Masons of play rehearsal but a very 1-:: i : Kelh who made tw ORpER.M
I :MMOmmaSiope (
I many temples in this dIstrict. A portant meeting Phase plan to Q bK f ? 10
Fid.i\ Adult' Chun ptaituo8pm. production \b t .
slides scenes of Quito I be awardedto 't? rk
soul stnnng sermon was presented afend A prize will her marriage plays the pan .'! '
Ecuador and surrounding arcewere by Dr. T C Kelly from Isiah the club with the largest attendance iC,, : princess in the film
School 9.45 a. m r. -
,
:Sunday : saith the Lord. Jacksonville Sundayfrom 1, I
shown at the Gospel Tabernacle 8:16, "Theiefoie in
"On :Mars Hill, Her co-stars are Louis .1".1 ,
:Morning Worship :.1 I
when God, behold, I lay in Zion for a 4 to 6 p m. Visitors are invited .
last Friday night "I Believe and Ale .
Guinnes ,
L 11 a. m Evening Worship, Britt-h i c-u;
foundation a stone. a tried stonea the members.
Miss Phyllis Martin told of the m the Life Everlasting," to join JA PI.NE.\PPLK; awns in Lm-I,
cornerstone a sure dian.The
precious
Chunh NrMacedonia\\> I
in music by Junior Choir, fey in a sheltered sxit in back of unfolds e
mis..ionarwork being done special foundation; he that believeth shall Freewill Baptist plot the (ouitshtn! : t
country 8p.m.'TuesdayThe. I the (post office building. Planted I of a with .
American
that South not make haste. He set the Church. Rev Pitts pastor. justcompleted prince a piimi- n

This was the first in a series of Women of the church on fire with his wonderful a successful BTU and l>y Jean iriffis., 17, about t\\o J though a tutor falls recklessly in
"
Church will meet in the Assembly years ago the exotic fruit i love with Ii
beautiful countryhat The > Miss Kelly
that and
pictures of singing and masterful deliveryof Sunday School Convention. gru\\-I l'1 onia.close _
: will be shown here by :Miss Room, 8 p.m.WednesdayPlayer. the sermon. Grand :Master H Rev Pitts is president ing well. It has been to carrying off his prize Two Bradford Ct1v.
pastor.
and joiiths are pictured
Meeting \\att'rt't1I1It..n. '
Martin while home on furlough. Y. Brown of Jacksonville, and, of this body A large delegationwas i I The color production was f'lin; l.l)inIllan., for theirurk- h

She will return to Ecuador the 7:30 p. m Bible Worshipful faster Damon Dell in attendance and reported avery i ed on the Vanderbilt estate in long aithities in Hu\s' state l's

first of next year. ThursdayFriendship took the leadership in laying the successful meeting. mTIItLItU"f1..T |; Asheville X C. The estate includes held this neck in the state: Capitol Any Ue of ttpe on am size
of Gainesville Class picnic, Hoke Harris homeon Others Freewill Baptist j Chi rRCH 400-room RUBBER STAMP from the
Mrs E L. Johns cornerstone. participating Bethlehem I j! chateau and at Tallahassee rhosrn toattend fc I
sang a solo, "The Lights of Kingsley Lake, 7 p. m. on the program were the Church. Rev. L McKay: pastor. '!I I, Sunday School 10 a. m. Pi each-1! 12.000 surrounding acres. The Its l their school classmates very inullttt to the tery g
S
Home." at the Father's Day service Heroines of Jerhico, Eastern held services all day Sunday ing services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ',1'house was completed in 1S93; and I II were two 17->'ear-old Bradford largest. RUBBER

The St. Edward's ChurchSunday Elder A. W School at | Song service 7:30 p. m.- Rev. ,, cost; mOle than 111| quality
last Sunday morning. Stars Presiding starting with Sunday I seven million dul- High seniors Bill Aldcrm.in (left) : 'STAMfS ruggedly built to
!
featured special B. J. Lennon. :Mrs was away R. L. Lee, pastor. j j lar.
Bowies, Mrs.
evening service 10 a. m The pastor I of Hampton and Joe Harden of last you years and yeiri
music ty W B. McKinney, violin Mass at 9:15: :: a m. :Maggie Brown of Jacksonville attending the S. S. Convention in I Evening Service 8 p. m. Prayer I state "'arlll. The IM JS return longer

Wallace, piano. Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and soloist Rev. E. L. Walker. elected presi- Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev. '' .I far
and Miss Susan I guest Lawtey and was Is Saturday. The all e\x-nse| paid Fatter itnlce at price
July
8:30 a. in.Children's. each Supervisor Shell. :Music was dent of the convention Prayer C. B. Stallings, pastor. ;; ProclaimedSafe i trip is sponsored bj' the Starke | below that yon would ordinarily *
Class
Mark's EpiscopalRev. !I Cateehlsm furnished by the church choir of meeting each Wednesday night Driving Month ; Rotary (lutt and the 1,1'anll'r- expect to pay.
St. II Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. which Addie Leggett is presidentA Can Club" will meet at lean Legion. Parents of the Come In and see u+ on an<
& MacBlaln I Heights The "I sale of poppies was one of the STAMP needs
Raymond Keystone! RUBBER:
A \ nice collection was taken home of Sister Gladys BlyeSaturday By Starke Official youths are Mr. and Mrs T. JJliiennan !
the
main ,
items
alto
the
on We
I i (At St. William's Chapel)) GladysElye agenda The that you may have.
Mark's Episcopal by Brothers Theodore Morris andA. night at 8 p. m. .\ of Hampton Mrs.1'
at St. and of
Services leltttion
wide
Follow Hiway 21 south to St auxiliary will have their annual' have a
Church will be as follows: I William's( Sign.) T. Paul, assisted by Rev. H reporter: Rev. L. McKay selling of barbecue and other refreshments -' Staike :Mayor \\'. T Jackson ,I Louie Harden of State Farm. MARKING DEVICES for

: 9:45 a.m. Church Y. Brown. Delicious food was: this week designated I 'your business and private
Sunday Sunday Mass 8 a. m. pastor Church. on Jult. The place': July as ji j I
and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -- served at the Masonic Hall by Greater Antioch Baptist I "Safe Driving Month" ef-i need
School Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. hold will be announced in next week'spaper. !!i in an Applicants Can Try i
will
6:30 members of the fraternal groups: pastor I
Sermon Jenkins
and ; fort
Morning Prayer Rev. A. Plan to cut down on the automobile
all Masses. : now to have -
p.m. Y. P. S. L. Confessions before and the church members. All regular service sunday starting I afternoon lunch with the ladies your,.. death toll. 'I For Postoffice Jobs ONE LINE STAMP S5c

Wednesday: 7:3w: pm. Litany; KIXGSLEY LAKE visitors and friends reporter i a with Sunday School at 10 a. m. of Post 314. Report on thescholarship I Jackson acted at the request' Lines 1.85
3
Choir wonderful time and quite an in Carter in charge The al"-I 2 Lines 1.33; -
and Meditation; 8pm IISSI0XARBAPTIST with Supt Joe project and other i lof the Florida Safety Council. U s. Civil Service is
with
Practice. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. :Morn spirational meeting Morning service at 11 a. m. plans for acth'ltiE's'E'I'e made by which noted July is the worse II cepting applications for a substitute NOTARY SEALS
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Summer Program Third \\erk bv the pastor or appointee : carrier for the Starke
the month of
ing Worship 11 a.m. EverJng sermon 7:3f president On Friday night the year accident-wise. i I
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30 a. m. Meeting Approximate 100 persons hay E'l'ningsen'i.'e at President | Jackson's I Postoffice, Postmaster G. J. :Mc- FACSIMILE STAMPSAll
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Pauline Marshall and resolution said in July -
awaits enrolled! at RJE and equally as ty the pastor !I Griff Jr. said this week
everyone. sermon I
each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone p, m. Jacksonville ; others will go to Crystal River to ( of 19:55 Florida had 12,000 accidents
School
welcome.-Rev. H. .11. Mott,, many at Lawtey Training :Mother Lula Bland is in and set up a chapter with the director : with 98 killed and 4,500 ini I I Applications can be secured Marking Demises

CHURCH Or CHRIST We are encouraging the parents (, visiting her grandson of the Eleventh District. i jured. from :McGnff, and they must be I

C. L. Oterturf Jr., Minister pastor. to let them come to school everyday 'hildren.'e miss ht'r.t'ry much Any I mailed to Atlanta before June 27McGnff .
I ( members wishing the motorcade I Xoting July 4 is
Bible Study 10 a. m. The seem to delightful- join an observanceof I
Sunday HEILBROXX largest/ groups but wish for her a / said there is no vacancy -
are asked to Bradford
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening come on :Monday, Wednesday and Deacon J C. Carswell. contact the Independence Day Jackson I at the. Postoffice. Purpose CountyTELEGRAPH
BAPTIST CHURCH cation. president at once The next said "the Lord
did not intend
leg- II that
Worship 7:30 m. which are swimming days
p. Friday lof the
School 10 am. Preaching repoiter. ular i new applications is to establish -
Sunday meeting will be held this should be
7:30 Elder F. Sunday. a period of bloodshed -
Bible Study them Tuesdayand
on Church I
Wednesday Kindly send
6:30 Born a register of eligible -
Union First persons
Training July 1, 2 i
11 am. at All the
m. Thursday as well. Devotions: I Services will begin p. m. members I and unnecessary waste
.
F for Postoffice
Radio program "Old Paths" p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer will begin each day at 9 a. m. i if Howard pastor.Sunday School at 10 a are asked to be present and on of life through reckless careless | will be given employment.Priority those mak- Phone 29
with |
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. timeII's.: Corean and
drunken
Meeting McNVil drivers
each 9 a. m. Station We L. Green rt'portt'r. and careless
Sunday Beard your children are present with Supt. :Minnie ing highest grades on a Civil Service -
Rev. F. B. pastor.NEW m : and drunken "
pedestrians.
WDVH. cannot punish tht'1Ifor being lateas in: C"h'lr'e. At 11:30 a. m. morning test. ,

RIVER this program is not compulsory I ; 'worship: sermon by the pastor I -

AIR PARK : but we would like to con At 3:30 p m. the

B.\I>TIST CHURCH BAPTIST CIIUItCiISunday tinue to emphasize punctuality as: or appointee of the church will: be in I j I
School, 10 a. m. Wore I women
Sunday School 9:45: aim Morn winter
we do in the regular/ the program. All womenof
ing Worship services 11 am ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- school. On Wednesday night of charge are invited to particI- I The Most
each the city
Training Union 6:45: p.m. Evening ice 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting I each week, starting not later with us. We have not been I Appreciated Gilts

service 8 p.m. Come and Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone than i:30. movies will be shownat pate personally and !
L. L. Parker, pastor.F.'ERGREEX able to contact you
worship with us. welcome. -
The
RJE. The same pictures will by special groups and churches USEFUL Gift '

be shown at Law ley on Thursday. using this methodto
but we are
SEVENTH DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH Attends Principal's Conference ] extend to all of you a special

Principal C. C. Anderson of with us this Sunday
Services each Sabbath In the Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach II invitation to be at
Lawtey Training school is Lincoln City
home of S. N. Brown across from Training Union 6:30p. attt'nd-I at 3:30 in
ing 11 a. m. ing the Fourth Annual Principals!: : Church At 7:30: p. m
Bethel Church east of 7:30 m. Prayer First Born
Baptist Preaching p.
UI. and Supervisors Workshop conference Gospel Singers from Gifts For All OccasionsBy
Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. at Eethune-Cookman College The Jacksonville Spiritual will te in charge of I

Bible Study each Wednesday, I I
Beach 1.
Daytona The program On Sunday July
':':30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS SAINTSServices CHRIST is sponsored by the State'I the Elder program H. J. Tatum of Blackshear.

LATTER DAY Department of Education under Jacksonville District i -
HOPE BAPTIST in old i Ga., Supt. of the
each Sunday
the leadership of D. E. William: will make his official visit:
HOMECOMING Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday ,
i to help develop leadership in Howard is
Elder
Hope Baptist Church at Theressa to our church.
.
School 11a. m. Sacrament Demand -
and allover friendsto Popular
principals supervisors members and ,
all
will its annual Homecoming asking
observe

Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel the state. We are sure that that date '
Day on Sunday, May 13. meet him here on I II .Wonderful Wonderful Gifts
come.
Principal Anderson will comeback welcome!
to ,
Following the regular morning I The church is happy Our Stock of
with of food for her
plenty
services, dinner will be served on HIGHWAY CIIAPEL i I Sister Esther Williams and

the grounds with singing and ASSEMBLY OF GOD thought and action and this will :, family to the city The are 6y
be banner at L. T. C S eI
a year Sarasota and are
testimony services afterwards. Pastor visiting from
Ke\ Chester C. Robertson!
Everyone is cordially invited to School 10 Cited For School Song, relatives of Mr. and Mrs. John I
Morning
Sunday a.m.
attend. Worship, 11 a.m. Evangelistic Lawtey Training School has Toplin of Starke.Mt. I &teJwo
been cited several
Service. 7:45 p.m. by supervisors Pisgah A :\I.E. Church.
and visitors as one of the few I Walker holds
I Tuesday Informal Prayer at Rev E. L. pastor
schools in the state to have a Sunday beginningwith
I the 7:15 services on
SAVE Chapel, p.m. It written under the
I Midweek song. was Sunday School at 10 a m Is the Largest and Most Beautiful we have
Thursday Preaching direction of Mrs. Zeporah Jennings Morning ( E .t...
$1300 Service. 7:45 p.m. Supt. Clark in charge. I ever offered. If you are not already a satisfied "
music teacher of the the t '7
with
I Saturday Christ's Ambassa- school and set to the tune of worship at 11 a.Evening m. service I Ii Esterbrook user, ask the man who owns rs'ene.

I dom Young People's Service, 7:45: ":'ol}' Buddy." It is the pride and i, pastor in charge. Pens, Pencla and Desk Sets by
I at 7:30 m. On Friday night.
j : p.
Bell c Howell p.m. joy of the students each time I June 21. at 7:30 p m. Rev. D. L America's Oldest Pen maker.

they sing it We believe all of New Bethel
Bright pastor j
MONTEREY 'Wfo St'-dalnty
schools should have a song that Church Raifordwill
Freewill Baptist I pun tit* pA end
8mm MOVIE CAMERAJust will make you stick your chest deliver a sermon for the The Popular, p.dlft handy end

out with pride and dignity when church assisted by his choir and .W. cot. Choice of

you sing it. Mrs. Jennings plansto congregation. On Sunday June 24 .J,j point, choice '' A

I $5995e1 do further study in music at I The Bethlehem Gospel !Singers of DESK SET ':"' ,ail*] Mien $5.00 =

; / //F Bethune-Cookman College in the : : !
Live Oak will render a pro- ; AuU-fll Duk Pi* l"-wlrt lhpm .

Now only near future. She is a graduate of pram at the church. There will I .. that IHi Unit Iron a jiant Ink.
In
Florida! Normal & Industrial :Memorial Black j fovntgtM la the bolt. Fountain-ban
St. be no admission but each person i Midi Ink only 4 times yearly .In
College Augustine r "
is expected to give liberallyin 3.25 normal vit. Chalet of point, choice
has worked for in
many years the offering. of color . . $4.00
Lawtey and distinguished herself
Greater Allen Chapel AME: ,
as soloist and pianist in i
Church Rev. R. J. Washington In Colors :
I that community.
castor held Men's Day observed

\waj For Summer Father's Day and had: the laying 3.75 I g

:Mrs Martha Whitley and Alice of the cornerstone A full day: c

\nderson will matriculate at starting with Sunday School at Also comes with chain attached for use in 1
Florida Normal & Industrial Memorial -
10:30. Supt. Williams in charge: Motels, Restaurants, Banks Service Stations 1
i, CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON College in St Augustine I
The guest teacher was McCoviWhite etc.
drop in your film, set I where they expect: to be awarded of Florida I' ,
recent graduate
the Sun Dial, sight-and I about this question I the B. S. degree during the summer I II
I A &. :M University, Division of
shoot. You'll get good pictures I convocation in August. Mell-

in beautiful color the On my latest fishing trip I unease Bdiber. Rosebud Kittles I Agriculture. At 2 p. m. the cornerstone -, NOWYOVGET!I
wry first time. sermon was delivered bv j jJRev The
hooked a 160 pounder .my and Davm: Myers will spend the I Dttvie -K" 'uhl lit-
I T. C. At 7:30: m
a wide-angle lens 56% Kelly p
partner right in the seat. .summer in points east. Rosebud Mood Hit point X y Beautiful, 4t p.loMd Eittref .
more picture on your film I will leave Saturday The others j the closing: sermon was delivered > Ideal your choice \di brook Pin end Matching Puih-

a Big Picture Window viewfinder I This mishap spoiled our fun, have already goneCounty t by Rev George Lee.. Total raised MORE FEATURES ,,.kdalhobartsl PtnciL CUamlng' '11.101' copfcCJfl

but I'm glad that my liability Teachers study 1 for the day was $236 The nastor boxt J_, .-. $171

a long 10-foot film run policy will pay his clothing teachers of Bradford officers and members wish to Gift
Many of the I
MORE VALUE Give them Esterbrook
die medical costs. Can he col i i thank all the men an a -ast aluminum construction ind County are attending summer -
I
lied damages for his suffering school for self-improvement for taking an active part in the for one of many beautiful pen amTpfflCirserj;

ind incon\enience certification this summer | nrogram and making a spiritual or a marvelous desk pen set. All will bo
Buy now on easy terms :atFJrffii : and as well as a financial sut'-
Some plan to advance in their: i presents of easier, smoother writing because
| cess Special thanks to Chairman Student
rank. Those in attendance that choose the right point for kind
I 10f the Trustee Board Levy Lennon you any any

Charley E. Johns have been pointed up to youreditor who worked tirelessly in the I way of writing. More than 30 point styles.
Li are: Mrs: :Mildred W. Turner Teacher
t>planning the program and! Rev ,
:Mrs Mellonease Taylor. :Mrs.lr .
STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP E L. Walker who ably a"I.' : E. Robert :Mrs. S, C. Price.. __
& Son Agency :Mis Frances Pierce Elmer Shell l!, B J. Lennon reporter HouseWife-

end Mrs Maurice White. We hope School The following Lunch Workshop persons let the REM I N G TON :; OFFICE EQUIPMENT /

"hone 13 Starke, Fla. I tht'yill have profitable and city on Sunday to attend a IA..
pleasurable sessions and return
r.n..nnV.nnmy.yyyFIRST weeks workshop at Bethune- 1'1.1J.k.: ... When in need of the Heavier Items of '- J
home equipped to do a better '
: Cookman College Mrs Alma tI. / Office Desks
Equipment Chairs
f
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job in their respective fields. or
I Hides "Bike" To Daytona Jenkins, Chanty Williams Gloria Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices c't' ;;,!
I Graham, Inez Hightower Compare this typewriter and !
and you
First. We offer r
John Given. 14-jear-old ninth can you overnight ;
They will get courses in lunch- will be convinced that is a BusinessMan
BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE wade student at RJE set a rec- delivery on everything you need. We will appreciate the
room cookj superb portable that
management, quantity ( j typewriterhere
rd
to
in riding to Daytona Beach. opportunity Quote
1 ery. nutrition and meal planning | gives you beautiful prinfwork and
92 miles from Starke He left
FLA. We feel that after this experience \ a new ease of operation-it's quiet
Wednesday. June 13, att a. m
I :and arrived in Daytona Beach I they will be better prepared to j too. It's the only portable withstanding

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor at 3 p. m. He is the first known : handle the lunch program at RJE. i I Miracle Tab and 34 other out

vouth in Starke to attempt such :' and any other place in the county (iI useful features. Budget TERMS IFDESIRED Also Remington Adding Machines

and Court Streets In The Heart of Town This the :
Jefferson a trip. We congratulate John for) is second term for Term.Test Typing.trials arranged

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 having the determination to make | Mrs. Alma Jenkins manager of j j TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE _

this: long tnp by bicycle. He u the the RJE. Cafetorium and Mrs ;j

son of Mrs Hlizabeth Givens. Charity: Williams, assistant and
Sermons 11:00 A.M. 1:30 P.M. j
Sunday : teacher of Special Education at I bus driver from Brooker for the I

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. RJE. past 19 years We wish for these

Social Club I persons a \ery successful work- !
Sating Bradford
Midweek Sen-Ice Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. The Social Saving Club. Mrs I shop.American. I County Telegraph "

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Ethel Young president, will meet Legion Auxiliary I (

I at RJE Monday night accordingto American Legion Auxiliary i

. 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. : a statement from the president Post 314, Pauline Marshall presi-l last''! Phone 29 Starke, Fla. Est. 1879FRIDAY

On Sunday all members are dent had a called meeting

Friday night at RJE off 1
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Surplus Material 'Four Bradford Boys Safety Award Given Brooker Native DiesI I Near 400 Adults


I Feed Mill In OperationBi.mket'.s For Lake Docking 'Receive Biadiuid FFA County HonorFour farm For Humphreys Superior Operation Record i'At Daughter's Homei Have Taken Part


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& ; Nancy Shaw Manr. 64

$:'() too feed mill L "o"F Given To Negroes I youth highest.-, last honor week awarded received by the the National Safety Count head- died I June 19 at the home 01 hei In School Courseh

gulped. chewed and spit out is : Chl has announced daughter. Mis J. F. Freen.annear
quaiteK in
Honda Future Farmers of Amer- ago
I''si ion ot teed late last week. Surplus mate itl! for Gainesville after a lingering -
use in mn- u'a. 1 1I I that the Trail Ridge Plant of .\ ,ir: ;I'm' i-i: ,;: 'r', ,
And this rather earthly opera- fitructini Negro facIl- I 1 1 illness
Gold lo-
swimming Humphreys
.on doubtless heralds a new erar ities on Whitimore Lake in Clay At the FFA state convention in I i rated at Starke. has Corporation.been presented { Mrs Mann was born JulyI.. .ttlllUs ::1.\ t' pi! ',"i::1'[ .i',. .

) Bradford farmers. t I_ County was offered by the Brad- Daytona Beach. the State Farm- the Council's Certificate of 1892.:! at Brooker the daughter ;, P> oftt'io.i! hthe >.. i: '" ,' .

W. E. ( Bill!) Bigham Jr. ongiatoi L lord County Commission last Fri- ei Degree was awarded to Roman Commendation for its excellent ,. of Ancil and Elizabeth Ca\'t'r. Adult Eluitll\n Fiiv'iii .

.. and sparkplug for deveipnienl tlay Alvarez Billy Gaskins Glen Craw- afety record. I Shaw. She was the widow of Tim past yeai Superuso: I, !h I .

(if the feed mill said thi :- I tJI ford and Stanley Green. The 1 S. Mann who died in 1950. son said thia week.
But the Commissioners said The award is presented only j
,e.\ plant is. teady for use At.ein they lacked legal authority to award is based on projects: and where an establishment's record !' Surviving: !'@ one son. Ancil I I II ; He said the program w i ::1.t -

up-hill battle 01 some 18 mon- instMut anything in another leadership ability. j satisfies rigid requirements laid I Mann Brooker. and two daugh- :' ated a year ago by Sch.,,1! .

tJ.e watched pioudh last "'un'and they asked the Brad- The Bradford FFA Chapter alSo down in the Council's Award Plan |ters. Mrs J F. Freeman. Gainesville Harmon P. Morgan ..- .

vetik uhile: shelled! dim speweu "' Sihool won the Superior Chapter i andIrs.. Lee Roy School Board to prod :.' ,:
'!"i Board to cooperateb I lor recognizing good industl'lalI Green.//
nit from the elaborate mat run iiiulilmg a dock for Negroes 1 I Award on the basis of activities safety records. ,i'!,'Brooker.: thue brothers tional opportunities t -i i" \ ,

'I'Y 'i fii!! lake. during the past year. !I Ned II Dearborn president of Shaw. Lake CIty. and Dave and j, married couples and oti! '-. '.,

Sunn- Had Dimlttt Convention delegates from Brad- John Shaw. LaCrosse: and three had dropped from the day s. !: '
Tie State Armory Board made the National Safety Council in a' i
Some people said it wouldn' ford were Rudolph! Sapp. Ed Mose- I sisters. Mis S. L. Carter. Mrs plan.
tin 1 the available for Negroes letter of congratulations to W. J. I
'work" he exclaimed Some said Gaskins and Robert \V L Thomas. and Mrs. .
ly. Billy I Harley Along with the Adult I'; >..: i
;i- vftt Since it is about sevenMom .:':iprelle. plant superintendent. explained -j
the latjr cost would be 'K. high ," Cooper. Also attending wereihaptei I Shaw all of Gainesville i iI school officials started a t I.'-; _
'I :> t i Starke it was widely the local plant qualified
But look at it." he adtifd pointing _. :-.... --- --, '.-t'ti iy Bradford residents.At :adv.' .. >:' Paul Hutihings for the award because of its in- 1 I Funeral services were held center to administer the r. "<'

to a gleaming row 01 -.witi-n-, md Joe \\' : the request of a Negro delegation -
.
.. which said the hours from Ia'12.. 1954. to De- !i in Xew Hope Baptist Church with to issue high school d-p.: :"; ,

"The plant is almost I.I){) pei rromlh posing before ISrookrr'sw I swimming New Phone Board' ,ember 31. 1935.; !'! DeU'itt! C. Jones in charge of ar- based on the test
area is
dangerous the Com
tic. Just a bu \\ .S50.GOO: feed null are two i-in-1 j
autom
rent push langements Some 30
adults have take"
mission offered surplus timbers Siprelle, in announcing the t.:
the ball's I.IOJH-S, :AirL ( Wood (left) and
and rolling
ton .
the has absolutely :.lr%. \\". t:. m ham Jr. Hie plant acquired when the over-pass on Set For Service :; award to the employees thanked tests. and the maJI\, \\ ,'"
Uigham said plant
uas put into ox-ration| mcntl. I I1 the old Keystone Heights road was them for working safely and making -, Final Services Held awarded diplomas.
cost so '
no expeneni .\ left, \'i'. K.: Jr. dismantled. i the award possible. He pointed Under the Adult t di.1: i 1.'
hos still faced with the problemof Higluni lIu"h"1 A neW switchboard for the For Thomas R. Fipps I
But .. out that the award is just a Program. about 30 teachii.! lt.t'.i'
pegging prices for the plant'liwork. u !>\\U'hhi<'ll sets the County Atty. Hollis Knight Starke telephone exchange will go

IlElehinery into motion. Higham told the board it has "no authority ,I into service within a week, H. A. symbol. j I I I I Funeral services foi Thomas taught classes in art. busni1--

said; the is almost 100 to build he said.if rooking and sewing, IUSll'.' h' ,
Even
But. tentatively, he has put a plant Ilt'rct'nt reireational facilities Bishop of the Starke Telephone more gratifying R. Fipps SO were held last Fri-I ther

$6 a ton price for handling oats nuf hani/iil antI tuu men can for the people of the county. Co. sa'd this week. I the fact that no employee. orI| day in Dedan Baptist Church j working. public speaking

rye grain com and corn on the mix 2.) tons of feed a da>'. I whether they're white or black or Bishop said the new switchboardI his fam-ly. has suffered the hard- with burial following in the mechanical drawing. phwi.U! i .:

cobb. Chances are the price I Ii i. what have you."Ho'e'er. I brings the total to four- ship caused by a disabling injury." church cemeteryBorn I ture. conversational Sp.i nish!

might be a bit higher for hay. I i if you declare material will! make it possible for patrons He concluded by calling on all employees I, in South Carolina he i ses plus as such English general mathematics.education t ii-
social -
Trice Lower j jHe I as surplus theie's nothing i| to secure numbers faster. He said to continue to work safe- came to Brooker from Yulee in studies

said the price would be considerably Bigham figures he will save the load into a chute. :. to prevent the School Board us- a fourth operator will simply I iy. 1929. where he operated his farm and scienceThe
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I $10.000 a'eu in his, own feed :Machines Take Oxer it testing program f\>i th"M
ing for |
construction
until ill health
lower than charged by of recreational speed up service. forced his retire-
I From that on, the feedis wishing to participate. ,",'hidei
I cost point facilities. Permits
most milling operations. I He said the new installation will Fishing ment about 10 years ago lie wasa
Bigham set to WOI k to finance in the hands of machines.: Automatically I $5 state fee The tests are fu
and I
Bigham is something of a vis-j Cited as precedent for School mean "much faster service, member of the Baptist Church.

onary young man, who saw the the plant and secured authority i it can be convened I Board construction of the dockis believe people will notice the dif- I Go On Sale HereIts Surviving are three daughters: fished from Tallahassee

idvantages of a feed mill well i it..er to floa: : $60,000 in stock. The I!I through a 125:! horsepower ham- the fact that the Alachua ference." ,: II I I Mrs Annie Grimer. Brooker Mrs. Gibson said anyone wishing I

stock sale thus far, has amounted mermill, a corn shelter, molasses I apply for the test should umUi '
a year ago. One reason was County school system constructed j Increased telephone usage in recent Zona Douglas. Lacrosse :Mrs.
time to state fishing
: to a disappointing $30.00fI mixer, and a two-ton dry mixerIn I weeks has so overloaded the' buy Leona Darling North Carolina ', him at the L'SO Building
:hat he has a 80.000 bird capacity ana currently operates a sum- : ;
IK' County T.
1 includes 13 1 ense.again. Judge
broiler plant which makes I but Bigham foiged! ahead on his addition. the plant mer camp in Clay County. existing switihboards that the telephone week. four sons, Harvey Fipps Fer- .-
steel I \ Yawn warned this j
000 bushels of storage space '
him the third largest producer own County Commissioner H A company has employed nandina. Virgil of Lake Butler.
of The new licenses went on sale w.c.T.u.R.tR'iJAX
and for 70.000 gallons :
in the state Sometime this year. : Mo1.'aHahl." storage (Buddy) Bishop said the overpass ; more operators to man the boards June 15. The old ones expire Elbert of Cordele. Ga., and Hartford .

he expects to produce his millionth "Please emphasize said Big- molasses. timbers should be sufficientto constantly. j ji I Fipps of Cool Springs S. C :
June 30.
ham "that stock still is avail What does all this mean? Piimai Bishop also announced the local I thirty-thiee grandchildren and U .\S GRE\T BIT
bird. build a dock seven feet wide i i $2 Florida ,
able." I ily. said Bigham it means will secure another trunk I Licenses are for ;I ten IT rKU: ROME \S'.t'i GREVT
Needless to his feed bill I and 125 feet long. with a T on company residents. Year round permits for great grandchildrenRev.
say. Bigham's dream resulted in'' Bradford farmers can grow and its end. line to Jacksonville within the LIFT IT FELL.:: THE IJQIOIITK
Truby Parrish officiated
ran into thousands each year. He I their own feeds at considerable non-residents are $10.50. i I I .\FFIC IS
shining machinery installed in anew prepare next month. There are 10 trunksto GREAT BIT IT
with R. R. Carlton Wil-
found Lousiana firm coordinated -! Yawn said of the most popular assisting.
a i
saving.As \\ IU. FALL.IET .
metal ; I
building just a couple Jacksonville!
: now. |
son Funeial Home of Lake
grain purchases throughout Bradford 4-H Girls licenses are shoit-term permits City :
of miles from Brooker. The for Bigham. he believes the Bishop said the extra line will 1 '
the nation and shipped grain to purchased by persons from out of was in iharge ot arrangements i .s miPUCE oritsiLvrsFROM :
i equipment almost entirely -installed -$ feed mill will make it possible to I Return From Course mean quicker long distance service I
Georgia, where it was ground and state. These include $3.25 for nonresident : IT IN ORDER TilT WE:
by Bigham and two others ultimately double his broiler operation to the east. south and north. '
I Yor'.... L0\ :
mixed, then shipped to Fonda Held In Tallahassee II 14-day permit and $1.25' E the new }: .t4'r- M\Y: NOT F1LLUITII IT.
can grind and mix any typeof and maybe double it again.He I brook purse-si/p fountain in
pent
and shuttled through wholesalers for non-resident three-day license -
and :I feed. said Georgia "grows out" Heart Attack Takes I I pa-.tr ...hadh.Onl)8; at Bradford (NATION.\L VOICE.)
retailers Four Bradford
agents.
County girls. a i
Soon the plant will have a I 3.500,000 chickens weekly. FlorIda ('eunty Tt'''' raph.
All Getting Cut I stock of feed ingredients so complete turns out about :300,000, .1 lected for their 4-H Club accomplishments Life Of V. S. Hicks j Through the month of May, :

'Everyone was getting a cut ': feeds can be ground and : less than half it consumes. were rewarded with a i Yawn had sold 2.19S hunting and ,

except the little man" said Big- : mixed. "We can produce'more if we i week-long trip to Tallahassee for Funeral services for Vernon' fishing licenses for the previous :

ham "Then I discovered in this ; Manual labor will be at a min I I get our operating costs down." the annual 4-H Girls' Short Scott Hicks 54, North Grand St.. j 11 months. Last year. for a full Sell It Rent It Trade II

area we grow 92 per cent of imum. Because of mechanization said Bi ham. "It boils down tol I Course. They returned Saturday. were held yesterday (Thursday) mi: year period he sold 2.476.

chuken feed ingredients. Natur-I two men will be able to turn out this. If the feed mill saves mel i Attending the short course were DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with the Yawn reminded that residents ,

ally. I asked myself why I' Vita Jean Gentry, Elizabeth Pre Revs. Lewis D. Haines and Bob I fish with a maximum of three ,
:25!; tons of feed a day. money. I know it'll do it for alii can ( 1TH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
couldn't do our own woik. The operation begins when a' of Bradford. vatt, Marilyn Cox and Patricia Gray officiating. | poles in their home county with-1 i

A'I Pell urn. all from the Starke area. Mr. Hicks a State Prison guard, state license. Persons under j
"This appeared our chance to; truck is driven into the plant. "Some said it couldn't be done. out a
Accompaning the girls was was on duty when stricken Mon- 15 and over 65 do not have to j jpurchase Rates Good Results To
cut out the middleman and re- powered lift, raises; the front But it has been and we're proudof Easy Place
I Miss Dorothy Ross. home demonstration Uay with a heart attack.He fishing licenses, but I
duce freight costs. | wheels of the truck and dumps it"jGI any :0 WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION .
agent. was born at Waldo Nov. 27, I J they should secure a certificate 54*

Sale Filed I Loan Discussion I Each of the 500 Florida girls as- 1901. and was a member of the' from the county judge. I' EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2o
Option
Shots For Polio sumed special responsibilities; and Baptist Church. I I -OIi"O(: T OF IS PER CET O:> TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS:

!'Slated For Legion'sI took concentrated courses whilein Surviving bendes his wife, Zo- ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS :NOT Fuji IV ADVANTKI1OUK !
On Local BuildingAn Tallahassee. | Starke: two brothers, Frank and
The Bradford e'eta'atent Hicks of Starke. are
I '
Urged For Some I I Meeting On Tuesday group served as pages, dress models !1! three sons. Army Sgt. Vesta Stanley I \\'. H. Hicks of Jacksonville. Fe KOI ma Ml>' b.n-Double,. It.y M..ntif blanket> ins and(lWII pa, r-

option to purchase the and dormitory hall monitors, '': Hicks stationed in Louisiana I II I' Interment was in Sante FIRIsIiI) ins fur. ad MrKtmil I We.'kWk -
I CI housing...Ioans will be di.;- I Active pallbearers I \ > Kudu, and T1'4:
and Cemetery. j Tw bed room faralnbrd "OIDP.I C.jurii -
downtown building in which they participated in courses |: Earl S. and Jerry Hicks of Starke: .
tussed at the Tuesday. June I I I Collins Carl Sapp arrr.. of well drained laid UPFOR
Bradford Ducky's Sundries is located has | 26.\\ involving the home. dress, food and two daughters Mrs. Harry Dortchl'ot were Howard tar.. pranloeal !Mate Highway

PupilsA been granted to Lester T. Crews i| meeting of Starke's American Tiusic !' Atlanta and Ann Y. Hicks of.i iI. A. R. Bruner, O. R. Alvarez. Char- 3Vi mile of MarVe. Price fiIOU.CIlI : ,- and RENT-Close two bedroom in. desirable one_
i Legion Post 56 I he Burnett and H. R. Linz)'. : lernn mar be arranged. Reasonable apartments
by Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Sus- I Mr. and Mri. W. 1!.
I I Tom David, loan guarantee officer :r- FLORIDA REALTY CO Nollman. 22* W. Madison. tfcng
for Bradford low.
special plea
from Jacksonville! will discuss Of Starke RUBBER STAMPS made
to
ord
I rcaters
months Bradford ;
Countians between six Papers filed with the II numberers.
(Guy Andrews W. B. SeweD, notary sea lj.
the
ind 19 ;years to secure polio immunization clerk of the Circuit Court indi-j program with special ,I facsimile stamps. Bradford C u.ty
Telegraph.
this week emphasis loans in the A. J. Thomas) ff
: was issued cate the transaction price on Starke

"iy Dr. A. Y. Covington. county $24.700. I area. The meeting starts at 8 p. 355 Tempi Ave Telephone 383 I z*STONE RAID STATB OH SAVINGS BANK KBT-
KHT-
Starke Florida
,
icalth officer. O L LJnsm, operator of. m. and all veterans are invited. UNLAWFULFor I STONE HEIGHTS, FLA.. MEMBER -
ITS FDIe."U..
Covington said: Ducky's said he does not corn- Albert L. Crosby, Bradford WAXTHD-OOOO. CLEAN COTTON I

1)) Bradford County physicians I I template moving the business. County service officer, said 87 Bradford RAW. No County Pants Telegraph.'.1' Army Shlrti.tf T A HOME

have plenty of polio vaccine j, Other recent property local veterans have borrowed a-

which they will administer at along with value transfers'l bout $775,000 to buy homes. To "ou rmm ..,. br .d Bewr .....
WHEN IN NEED OF thrr bed ,?? ......, eo.plet. .
'ost. Shots for the indigent are include ?
stamps : date nearly 10 years after the la .,,? MM for wfclrfc

free at the County Health Unit. Joseph \V. Prevatt to :Mr.: and first loan was made the government Person Persons in Landscaping-Land Clear. TOB *.. fT .. F.. eav (".U
to Engage .
-.We ..
limits the innoculat- Any or itlll .w yo. Ike ....
2) Age on Mra.V.. R. Haislop. corner hasn't lost a cent on loans jag Fill Dirt Paving aad *,..UUrr the __It I...

..on program were recently hiked Broadway and Center Streets. made in Bradford County.Statewide Driveways Peat Humus I ."ery. Uw dewa pa7eoti..
.I"y
from 15 to 19 Pa7eatu 'Like rr.'.
years $1.500 more than 110,000 Building Sand Oyster

3)) Full protection is not affOrded -I :Mrs.: Ada Powers Colson to veterans have purchased homes Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Shell I FLORIDA Of REALTY CO.

unless the third and final Mr. and Mrs. Rollin E. ::\Iundo f. under the GI home loan programThe Starke

"booster" shot is administered. a lot in Block 3C of Johns Addition government haa lost less See OVID LEWIS (Gay Aftdrtw., .w. B. S.wril.
A. J _
)
Covington said he was especi- $500.Walter. than 51 cents out of $1.000borrowed
every 333 .
.
336-W T..p& A Tel.
Phoie 381
The Name Is RegisteredRead 680 W. Madison -
lily concerned about about 481 C. Haunz of Buffalo by veterans. Stsk'r. Fl.ridWANTEDparttim

chool-age who Stark*. 11*.
youngsters were
I 1 1 N Y., to Mr. and Mra. Rodmani I II David, the Tuesday night speaker -
jiven two shots last year andlave I has been I ,, .mplo'm..nl
loan
U. Underhill parcel on the east guarantee officer unfurnished
REST Six
FOR room in fctarke. 6
I day
1
not acquired the third. per week, from
I side of State Highway 16. $1,750. for 57 counties during the I house Inquire at Gay's Home 3 p.m. on Arnold Haddock, Boa

He said their immunity will I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews to past 10 jears.Crosby Appliance. Itch* 113. Hampton. Fla. :!tp2..'

decline swiftly unless the third noted that loan I OUR TFATH AIVKRSRVHAU131 I FOR RENT-Small
Ivan Morris and Lois Covington, guarantees RKP4IRKD office building
shot is administered.
I two lots in Sunny Acres subdivis- will not be available to All M Ve. All )1041"R..o..bl. can also be used as apartment.On .

Accepted procedure is to ad- ion. $500.Mr. World War veterans after 1957. I .. .rbari,", rueruatet-d S. Thompson St.. Starke.
(II t C. SHRPIIKRII I
minister the first This Florida Law"It
Salk vaccine and second I :: and Mrs Olin \V. White Sr unless Congress extends the deadline 70.1 W. 4tiH St. Stmrke Pb 3M Mrs. Leila Mundy.
injections two to
and Mr and Mrs C. or unless veterans have established 8 8 18 Concrete I
George SALH New -
FOR x: x: FOP.
six weeks apart.: A third 'boos I IEST-Partialh': furnished
later terminal block. 19c. Cement $.50
a date
ter" is due seven to twelvemonths I White to Mr. and Mrs. Doyle E under the 1945 Armed Forces Voluntary -, shall be unlawful for any person or persons, aa defined kertU, i9 per bag. Mortar Mix $1.30 per I three larsc living bedroom room.kithentt Telephone and Installed .
Conner lot in White Acies. bag Bradford Engineering Co.
I
later. Recruitment Act. engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined phone 94. Starke. tf ferson,St.hardwood floors, 429 Jef
$1.700. Call 99W. tfcbgSPINET

Last Foundation May as part for of the InfantilParal'sis National j Mr and Mrs. L. K Whitehead Crosby urged Bradford veterans -I without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the A WATKINS ROITE is open in ,' PIANO FOR 8\LE.-Ere.l : |-

616 local first of Barton- to Mr and Mrs. Howard to take advantage of expert ', clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business Bradford or woman Available Write to the qnalified'man J. R l. condition.. 349 N Cherry S'
program. Phone 2ZZ-V .
I advice by attending the Legion's'meeting. 2tp $/ ; :
j '
W :Me\er. one-third acre along : Watkins Cf 65J: W Peacbtree fit. I
and second graders were giventhe I is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit NE. Atlanta. Oa. 4tchR 6/22 ...(.f: RKNT 2ed b..dr."m unfirn.h
State Road 230. $8000Mr -
I
first and second shots. Yet. I signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of : hou"* loiatot at 101; \\' Mad
only 135 have followed up with I and Mrs W. B. St'well tO | FOR RENT-Two bedroom Garage t i ".n. I Contact: A. P..xn... Phom
Rotary Hears Lawyer all those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the interest Apartment completely furninhedon m.\\ L-ip! G'jMftOD !-
the third shot due this year | Mr and Mrs Lester C. Humphries. KID iev Lak" Mrs. Carl _

Covington attributed the de- i 10 acres, $2.001. II | Speak On Amendment of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. J'.hnI'hone 24J-J or see at Lake.tfchg. ,. $ (\'"\'.rI.I 7.\I'.K<-...tag.'afr.r.Kitr: >RT. rt..ur-',-,, .'

,line in shots to apathy and not I I Joyce T. Futch to Mr and Mrs. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring miles fr.m Iittr H.,, k Will t,.. ,
to lack of IP. S. Campbell. 10 E A Clayton. prominent i >-a'ri9i"d amount heart ma, I.for |I.
acceptance He said acres. $1.500.1 !iK itt FtXT-lI morn newly deco.ra.l 1
1 I to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or Florida farm ran'h <,- in' mi,.
| ( hou.e. tMu h ths !are {
.23 Mr. Mrs Carl Johns to Gainesville Wednesday -
only per cent of Bradford and attorney spoke 1 '', nroirtv y. rh'inr or "r1!!" I:
narents refused to let their children .. and Mrs. Carl I.. Johns. lot 1.r'l at the Rotary Club in be- I their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four I i -xard l') E Adkm I1, blockfrom rft Key next school.door. 1 1I ( "tllil"ht..n. F><| Kixer I Cif.an,
participate in the program.. Starke Heights, $HNl half of a proposed constitutional I (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county !I lip 'I I t'ottagtLeslie \rk_J'I' t.I t.

With Rose Elberle to Russell .\. Eb-I! amendment that will be voted on I IK' 'I>. RF.NT St Augustine. twoldr.n FOR SALE-Ry owner 2(, arr-
cooperation from local!I where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be .. | good farming land. Not' S r.>rri >
| \I..h fully fur-
in the .tttKe
I November election <
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physicians Covington keeps complete .. erie southeast corner of Thompj,j I general i '" nal..111LIKht-. running Hat
The amendment would providefor accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of ri.h.d. immdMt ocrupancv i er and deep well Sell! fur i
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Madison
track of every Salk vaccine 1 son and Streets $100. II j| j .In. n.' dh'.une''nr> St Au- I rash and easy trmon hal 6, ,

mnocuation So far, he said 1,141youngst..rs !> Louise C. Green to L W. Bat- the creation of three new' district -: SB oh publication. 4 u.I'i!I-.J1-. Florida Telephone ItcKci VA I. miles we"t of Stark on hwy .i'.

have received the firs!tlten I of Starke, IS acres 300.) I I Courts designed to relieve I i known at Eayle Hw>' Ht.>
owner all
day Sunday
dose Of this number, 1,031 als I )Ir. and Mrs Lawrence. Batten the heavy burden of work nowimposed i I I 1 Flit,,:-lit-il RF. Dr-iral.le.Elertrn nI'iy. fur-kit- I P.t 2. Roi 177 Starke Fl.i" or write I lti|,

got the second. I to R. L. Batten two acres. I on the Florida Suprem' If under i u!ttfnm, i.artmrnt|ln'.-d pop h and air I'on.1II..n..r i .

Only 616 are currently eligibl.> $4,200. Court. j you are engaged in business any name >i .v ,..r.j'd if!!d'-ird".up-! Largehade!olr. I. M : MR i'r.I'.t.iA Or'r.olll S.\T.F.-t-N."dt"n r. K: Ph'r.i-frw i'io..

for the third booster. and a mea Clayton said the Supreme Court i-l.rk p t In.,, 440 ?tark "r I'?

ger 135 have received the booster I i now receives about 1,200 cases a ,, tf..hl: ; "'-.*' TFn TO n"Y-I. .r 2'i ar...

For the second straight year.1 j Lengthy Arm Of Law year more than it can possibly other than and have not had this I Fi 'I: SALE-F-ill (;n.-rn-..v ( ,.w. i in f"..,'lford (''''mh' on f>.t\t-<\ T*> .'i
name with without
OWII I or Mnldme4 '
polio has not been a significant:Brings j Quick Catchi handle without unreasonable and : your fr. .h la" ..f Ji.lv first", -af (",,n. to, }fi i per sir %Writ KradfV.rd
: 11 t Fdear Purred. miles North ",,
health factor in costly dela\ ( unh' T-l'.graph. H.1( t -H
Bradford CountyBut f.fJtarke :noi ic-n s railroad I
i Theodore Dix learned all about i i fr'.m Jr.e'f..f.. Itp Stark- 2t' hg 6I /: '.
Covington warned it eoulstrike I He say the dstict courts
| the of the law advertised and registered will be t I.ADT WANTS P....faurant o* M..tf'
long arm Tuesday. properly
locally. would serve to screen many ofthese we | r.1: RENT-Furni'h'd Hararei work, Kef-p hou.... (food cnk

He said shots can be adminis.tered .. It began: when H. J. )lontgom'l I cases limiting those reaching :in..r'[1'ir'nnt,m :N.si'h'4.Nu.f"r couple. modernI or I fit V ('hprrt:; It!, I

at any tune even during: ery complained to Cit the Supreme Court to a num- I c',r.cn.enfeca- pnrte 633 MeI -- I
Summer months. But he : that Dix. a Negro had stolen his I I Mah'.ne't Phr.n 1'1 .-W Itrhe i1'sKr.Fr'nn a"d -r.mpanion f<,
warned ber that could handled
be efficiently eldrrl
all Information % lad' to li\>- in Starting
a child could not be immunized ., 1955 Ford pupwood truck. Montgomery He urged Rotarians to glad to give you necessary as to FOR SALE-Four burner Estate I .504!'iv N 1 St.ran flair Wore St. In P.eferenrFOR a m at.

after he had been exposed I rushed on down to the support the amendment.The Cai range Excellent condition "achanao.4.: h.-
Reasonable Mrs. r E. I I
to polio.: I Courthouse to swear: out a war introduced :
speaker was by Wood iS West Madison. Itche

He said scientists have determined ., rant. County Judge T. A. Yawn who what should do. I trartue SALE bungalow onry easy on laree terms lr at,'- If

the shots prevented 1.30Ccases .) ] Just as Montgomery and Deputy had charge of the program. you FOR toe SAIE-R..d vines |4 per Puerto 1.000 Rico delivered pota- All convenience; ..*.. Mr*. W. .H

of paralytic polio in 1955. Sheriff Fate Brown were leaving F r Hodyes. P.t 2, Box 83Starke I Nollman. Stark._ tf< h* .

The incidence of polio among vaccinated '. the Courthouse to search for Dix. 2tp S'29 COTTAGE ov KI I"SIF.Y LAKE i
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, children is reduced al: they were met at the door by For Rent Mrg Pauline: Tnrode'Phone ,
FOR SALE-Several houses and !M01 Zti-he ,
least 75 per cent. Policeman W. K. Gnffis. YOfLL LOVE th* new Elitt'1'I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH sto'e-rooms at a bargain price _
fan be rroted on your propertyF VOW VOVFHTO -." > :
WEST
GriffIS already had Dix in cus- In PRATT
brook fountain
Covington estimated 33 pei 1 purse-size pens
I :I .nformation inspection, and -freer Professional [>e..i nine ,
, cent of Florida's 1.254.3M undei r'i tody Now Dix 13 in jail under patl sha-WOnly $2.58 at Bradford sales price conta Philip P. Vlt- r.\minf I/re-aes Suit and fhil '
bond. I -f-?- Prcialry Phr.nl'
! $150 County Telegraph. -
. 19 had been mnoculated
years ph n-: t:;-J IKU ;: i iJ Pirk ''h-ahier! itt( !

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