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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 29, 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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RABIES OUTCOME AWAITED : From Shifted Upon BradfordSixteen



JUachillc GUll- Power Repairs "'rnlnv\o new a possible developments outbreak(on-of they the State strongly Boanl urg.of c.l!Health pet oanfs and! i 1956 I Tax RollsA More Miles Of Road Turned Over

. get their dogs innoi'ul.ited! County MaintenanceOver
reported I
-- to County Sanitarian
taut remainedc.f
Nothing scrap As
an example! of how swiftly -
the >avy jet aircraft whichrashed .Jac'k Travvkk this week. the disease strikes he said tent itive Bradford County tax 16 miles of Bradford County
and exploded near here Trawick. who still fears possibility four rabid roll of SS.867.S09:: including $5.t\"(' roclassifioil) primary hici w.\ '
cows' had been discovered I secondary roads
by the
when its pilut c huttil to safetyabout of an outbreak said no this week in Gadsden C 7,399 in taxable property, haii :1 Department I I this week.Wanted Florida K,1,1"

dusk "'r lla)". Aleft.! me reported being bitten by County in West Florida. been compiled by Tax Assessor j-'I _
W. T. Jackson. tif Starkeholds animals. Nor did anyone turnin Orig- Gene Long. I' TIle reda&sunation Mi.. ., i iI
Mayor inally
the battered remain. uf pov.ibly rabid animals. disease spread by a fox bite. the Last "v ear's roll was somewhat I the county the burden o: :.,,1 i-
doubtless
the plane radio. while E. T. A possibly rabid fox was contact the spread animals.from smaller -- $8SIM total of I : taining the addition r::ileag.
among
1 Stewart of Brooker (upiM-r killed near the V.'. J. Epperson Besides w hich $5.-163.638 was taxable. I The county already has some 1 17

right) kneels Inside part of the F home in northeast Starke on of urging innoculation The increase, said Long gener- I Tiny Spittoon :, miles of secondary mad tll :!I. <":

tall assembly. This portion uf June 17. 12 days ago. The animals pets. Trawick still advised ally is due to new construction and ; tain.

the aircraft was the largest brain was destroyed by a persons with sick animals or equalization practices. I Removed from the 1'.1: u "

4M remaining! intact. At left is one bullet. and it could not be persons tact bitten by animas to con- The new tax roll means about I i( road system were

4 of the plane's machine guns checked for rabies. ty Health him at the Bradford Coun- $210,500 in taxes will be levied )f li Four miles of Sta'e I KM-
Clinic. I
(held here II)' Deputy Sheriff Trawuk explained the fox: for county and school use for the I! : 200 from Starke to the t't': \'

1iti $ Fate liroivn. not in the picture). usually fears human habitationand Dr. R. S Mullins. who operates year 1956. This amount would be I : County line. This is the II.>A

which was hurled into the will not approach unless it veterinary hospital on raised with a 17.25 county millage J Blanding Road which ultim,rr|\

brush. At right Anthony Baker has rabies or some other sickness the Keystone Heights road. said I and a 20 mill jvhool levy..No d will become an access 1\1"e t ,

of Claj' Electric repairs the rabies threat has not resulted Tax Hike. I the Honda Turnpike.

lines shattered by the crash, Since the incubation period in a noticeable increase The County Commission is cur-I: 1.1\\t t J Koad

which also set a forest fire toraging. : tot rabies ir 21 days, Trawick in dog innoculations.Last lently levying a 17.25 millage on I!I Os. ('ar Carter's dug! Hutch 21 Eight miles; of su.. K" '
likes
: The plane's pilot waspicked ,aid nine more days remain be- year when an epidemic Bradford propel ty. Since three I I ( hewing! tobacco. 225. extending from the s-; r.: .
:i"je Staike threatened Seems that Oscar's I'ncle
county
can the commissioners
up h> another Navy consider itself Raiford area nominated I Prison gate to Lawtt'\ lb.Southets ..
,tn\where near safe from and about IP the May have Alarum Carter who helps out
150
a idue were primaries -
aircraft and immediately returned mnocula, prom ] J : to the Clad.1, ,
to his home base. -1' ,-. outbreak stemming from ed in that vicinity alone. he ed no hike in taxation, the mill- ;, an 111 ti,| tin. store liwatcd on line.

tin .Iune 17 incident. treated about 000) dogs total. age is expected to remain the same i| th..tiLt.: I'ann'IIilll between
31,
1.- T'iuuk saId Thise.u, At 17.25 i..ai\tl'J and! the prison. Three miles of :-i1.I 1'r: I: I
he mills likeshis
had! ('he ke'i! only! about ::00 have the $5.647.3991,
221.
,', 'h .f.n'kbon1.' taxable "chaw" of 'hia ', which serves as run'!n: 11; ;
!illt- authonties of been .nnoc ulaled! property will give the I < t') and in a
-(,county $97.500. minus discounts spirit of comradeship uilliOscar's I south access roads to If ,.mi'( "i',

r Pilot Parachutes Safely Gas !given landowners for paying tax- !, clog, lie fmiiirnth slips 41 I One mile of State I P. >It : 1M! -.

Bandmaster Says 'I Line Hearing 'irs early. i the |IHlue'h a slab) to chew on. extending from Brook.Alachua .'! ; ,p

The County School Board {'\ I The brand ? Uh> ISI.mdliouiul. \ County !line Tti xBrooker's

Scheduled July 9 icntly is II'I I of course! link with (J.i.ne \ uli
levying 19 mills, but i iSf.hOt,1
i
Navy Jet Crashes And Explodes. BHS Unit HarmedBy ,,- m___, _lInt...,. .u. ......"uu... .n, .,."unan._____ ,, The Road Department .it'!WI'-
I state roads
By Power Agency I I said the tax will have to be hiked as arterial routes
serving through
traffic.
to 20 mills to meet increased The se-
Great The !i.v hool needs. 'Books To Open condary road system was inaugurated -
Apathy Fedt'ral Power
Commission
A two engined jet Naval aircraft vy plane picked him up immediately e.nplovees were repairing the leveled : will hold hearings beginning July!!I j The school levy of 20 mills will i in 1950 to connect far'l-:
abandoned ty its pilot, and returned him to Cecil Field power line. |I ers with their markets,
Is in Washington upon a petition 1! yield' about $113,000 minus the
crashed Fnday two miles west The two-engine jet. a F7U-3 Sight Bradford ; I'cilk County Riled
Disappointing County's for d.scount for
i outgoing I permission to natural early bird taxpayers : City Political
of Graham and virtually devasted Cutlas., hit the ground south of Hundreds bandmaster pipe The recent road ,
of spectators said this This reclaim
appeared | week that:! gis to Starke and other Florida plus the $ 7,500 raised by !i u
a wooded area twice the! the Graham.Brooker highway. It at the wreck during the evening 'public i apathy is crippling thesl'hool cities. I the county, accounts for the total ion was on a state-wide basis

size II! a football field. /dug a six-foot hole in the ground The sight actually war disappointin band's operation. The petition was filed by the 1954 tax of $2l0.500.Railroad Stew Near Boil The action so riled the !>,??

The lesulting explofvon set the then caromed down for another in 200 feet. i since smoke obscured vision j, "This thing has to be sold to, Houston Texas Gas and Oil Corp.. I|I Trend Down i I II County commission that It oft",_

forest on fire leveled fences and I I mowing trees its path. and the blasted paits were virtually -: :the people," said the bandmaster the firm which has contracted Tax Assessor Long said there ially protested by resolmitr

power lines, blew the plane into, Apparent! i\ploded:: I indistinguishable from the I! :\I C. i with I has It claiming: the move is an IIJVd'III
Then it apparently exploded I Thompson who resigned Ii!I the City of Starke to fur- !, been a disheartening decline j| won't be long before Starke's: ,i of local
brush.
I I rights.
tits no larger than a coffee table: sl'attel'ingdebris over several'! I j after one year's service to be.j nish natural gas for the city pow-1la the property evaluation of rail- i I political stew begins to boil again The
and scattered debris over a wide Identifiable parts included a : come band chief i iI oad and I City elections immediate impact will be
hundred feet. Some of the planes I at the new Santa er plant and for distribution to telegraph property lo-j j to fill three vaf
area. heavier parts. including wheels and I'; section of the tail assembly about ", Fe School in Alachua County. consumers. cated in the county. This e\alua-I'Icancies' on the City Council, are'I i: The elt in the area of county finances
The blast occurred at about 6:45p. : the( size of an automobile hood. I' 'on set slated for roadway change of status
)jwtions of the engine ripped I I I Thompson noting he could 1 j: City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr jj'5'said is in Tallahassee by theailroad Sept. 11 Records.Vw ,
m.. when the explosion was aud down fences and power lines as i|[:' ,the plane radio, wheel assembly';, make "a few critical comments the City of Starke would Assessment Board which I the month of July is generally: means the SRD will no long.',

ible in Starke eight miles away. they zoomed .o the north side of and a machine gun. i with a more objective outlook I j II| not likely furnish a personal rep"J"J headed by State ComptrollerRay when candidates announce for of-'I j I i maintain the routes.

Safe after parachuting from the the highway. II Members of the Naval Police arrived -I, since I am leaving the school I resentative at the hearing. But Green. .fire and start button-holing folks: I Lon Bradford already spends about

t plane was Naval Lt. stem," gave seven pages ot'!' 'he said, Florida cities may band Last ear's railroad and telegraph the sidewalks. I f$30,000 a year in secondary g is>

.t Doody Jr.. 25 of Brooklyn. N. many in Stiike, td believe a plane concerned themselves with, handwritten comment to tJ.e) i 'reU''r and furnish representation i assessment was $997,640 City Clerk Carl Johns said this tax money for maintenance of

Y. who was on a routine training had broken the sound barrier highin searching for live ammunition before I'( Telegraph. I I Ii I' I or perhaps consulting engineers and this year's i is $991.815. The week that the city's voter regis its 47 miles of secondary road

$ flight out of Cecil Field near Jack the air. Actually the explosionwas it exploded or before spect- j i The central theme was that 'I : will serve as agent for trend has been downward for several tration books will be opened July Circuit Court Clerk Charles

sonville. eight miles away on land ators picked up the dangerous i I j Bradford High could have a first i 'the cities. I years. 13. They will close Aug. 11. Darby, who keeps track of county -

Warning Light owned by the National Containerot ammunition for curios. '![I class band, if it had sufficient I Thomas expected the city 1I The railroads have sued the Between those dates, the books: I expenditures referred to the

Doody said a warning light indicating America a few miles from the Some witnesses said they heard I j'public support. I I might take testimony from City :state, claiming assessments are will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p. existing financial burden ano

a fire in the craft flashed home of Tyler Jones. the plane backfiring before the M I In 111 Repair Clerk Carl Johns and Mayor W. too high and they are currently m. weekdays, and until noon on: commented:

on. He chuted without invest While magnesium and other metal crash while others said the plane i Thompson did mention, however T Jackson and mail it to :paying taxes under protest. If Saturdays. Last year, the city Eat I'p Fund.
I
igating further. parts of the airplane burned burst into flames and exploded 1 that band instruments ana FPC in support of natural gas I the railroads win the suit chancel had over 1,800 registered voters "The maintenance of secondary

Doody landed in a swamp area with the eerie appearance of World L before It crashed. j other equipment are in ill The petition -to the FPC actually -,;are the counties will have to refund Expiring are the two-year I. roads will ultimately eat up all
repair
of the Sante Fe River and walked: War II fire bombs Container employees Dyal said the pilot told him I County School Supt. Harmon P has two sections --- one by !IJ some of the tax money. terms of councilmen Ewell Law the road revenue, and it won't

tc the farm of Morris Dyal. Dyaltransported plowed fire lines and be- "some kind of signal light came Morgan said this is partly becauseno the Coastal Transmission Corp. to j) The taxable items in this year's: son. T. C. (Cliff) Hazen and: be too far in the future."

him to a nearby pas gan to beat out the forest fire. on and he bailed out." with the I bandmaster has remained with build a $63 million line to Loulsi-i tax roll are non-exempt real James Lewis. Lewis is now serv The Road Department said the

ture. where a light Cub-type Na-:_Within an hour. Clay opening near the ground; I the system long enough to institute ana, and another by the Houston i je tate. $3.145,880; personal property :- ing as chairman of the Council. reclassification was necessary under -

Electric'S |II I a replacement Texas firm to build a $106 million $1,509.704; railroad and telegraph According to present indication I, the 1955 code adopted by the

By Pupils Bank Site '? Funds 1 I I I And, Thompson said program.Bradj 1. line from Louisiana to points in $991,816.Homesteads. sll will seek re-election since none the Legislature. Admitting some of
Florida. of the three has changes are rather drastic
ford's The systems will be Not Tatc-d expressed desire
band has
Given ClearanceBy I I Ii j!I of renown because reached of absenteeism no stage joined. I I Non taxable are homesteads and to withdraw from service. Road Board Chairman Wilbur E

Absentee Hike State I, l and other factors The Houston Texas system proposes I other exempt real estate. $3.131-, Elected last year and thus not Jones said the 1957 Legislaturewill
i ProvidesI j stemming J 860; widows and disabled up for election be asked to make some revisions -
exempt this
Court Order \ I I I from apathy by parents and the to deliver an average of 37& year, were
I million ]property, 87800. Mayor W. T. Jackson
public in cubic feet of City Clerk
j general. gas per day
in Florida with The largest piece of non-exempt Johns Police Chief W. E. Thorn Biggest surprise of the Brad
ultimate
capacity! I
Damages CountySchool An order by Circuit Judge* $540,206 Part < Referring 'to the incoming for 520 million cubic feet. real e.estate evaluated at $$171.000., ton, and two councilmen Mrs Ruby L- ford classification was that of

George L. Patten has cleared up] i i bandmaster, Eldon Matthews i of Pres. F E. Stanley of ]belong to Humphreys Gold Corp.: Johns and I. E. Clark. State Road 200. the new Bland

the title to a site for location ofa :j I Lake City, Thompson commented: Texas Houston L Besides the money raised on real ing highway, from Starke to the
attendance of Bradford new bank in Starke. ,I Bradford County is slated to get "If people say let him sink or said the firm had spent state and personal property the Clay County line. Ultimate planning -

pupils dropped to an alarming 82 The Circuit Court declared that I J540.20C from the State for oper- ': swim by himself. he will sink. He' over a million dollars and two county and school Jiystem receive ,Boat Plus Two Autos has included four-laning the

per cent of the average enroll! Mrs. Nancy L. Knight is rightful j i! ;tion of the local school system I will need support, and plenty of tion:years time to present its peti- !unds: from other sources. For example Involved t route as a turnpike access high-
to
ment the I the FPC.Summer In
during past school Accident
i it.'
jear.County during the ,
1956-57 way
owner of the land which is located -; session according ; I II I the county get about $160-

School Supt. Harmon P. in the 100 block on West Madison to figures released Tuesday! Prospect Bright I 000 yearly from racing taxes, ,' .i.......u- ---- I Road Board Member Earl Powers -
said this lais ana a. boat
Morgan Because of the attendance week. ,I StHollis / by Supt. Harmon P. Morgan. i| "The prospects for a good band I I 'with the money split equally between volved in a collision were in- of Gainesville contacted
Program Thursday at
:Morgan said the State drop. V. Knight, local attorney I The money i is Bradford County's i here are very bright. Mr. :\Iatthews the county commission the Temple ,\ve. and SR 16 intei-sec- by Rep. Doyle E. Conner of
Department share '
of Education who is one of the bank's direct- of funds disbursed under the is a capable and hard work :Bradford: County Hospital and the tio r.. Starke. was reported to have

cut two teachers unIts ors said the clouded title resulted Minimum Foundation Program enii I i ng band director, but he cannot' school system. said "don't worry" about the

from the county. This means from deeding practices dating |acted ny the 1947 Legislature The !, do the job himself. ; Lunches Stopped i In addition, the school system Mechanics estimated damae at: landing road reclassification
about $ .OOO in Minimum Foundation i $TOO to each
I II vehicle and the
boat
I back over almost a century. i amount is based on average daily "Your high school band deerves gets about $540.000 from the State bad : Powers said new constructionand
Program money were j I a hole punched in its bow.
attendance
teacher:: Minimum
units and j Foundation
aims maintenance
: Knight said progress on the the best possible Program. on the Bland-
whacked from cooperation
the I
of state funds county's quota I bank has been somewhat delayedbecause I ilir lactors. i and support, both moral and II I Cafeteria lunches for school I I'j Fees Lev ied I The collision was between \'eI [ ing road would be the responsibility -

construction bids were I To get the money, however f financial of everyone.. i I children attending the Summer And some officers such a- coun- hi des driven by John Deas Jr.. ,| of the Florida Turnp.ke

Morgan largely attributed the higher than authorized ty the I Bradford has to put up SCO.997.;. "The future of the band depends -j j Program have been discontinued, ty judge and sheriff, are supported Starke insurance agent, and John I I Authority

absences to epidemics of measles,, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp from local tax funds. Morgan said j entirely upon the progress! i School Supervisor L. H Gibson by fees levied for court costs Lo wer. Miami boat distributor 1 He explained that State Road

w hooping cough and mump which L This has called for some revision I this amounts to about a 12 mill >: I of the beginner student. and in| |j said this week. and law violations. Lower was driving a 1956 Ford I 1 6. a Blanding road in poorer
swept the schools last year. Pupils (tax levy on Bradford j ; This does station wagon north on U. S 301. ;
not c condition
of plans and the adoption of some property. ,order for these children to make He said there was insufficient mean however was left a statt road
in the first three grades hemsexposed j Since the State that Deas was traveling SR 16. hLower's
alternates. law limits the | normal have demand for hot lunches to segments of county operations on ecause it is the most dire."'
progress they must I I cover
to large scale mfevtion I I He said the building when fin- local l tax rate for schools to 201, I creditable equipment. the cafeteria operation costs, so are not pinched for funds. station wagon war pulling I' r oute between the (count.e

for the first time. are the most L I ished. will represent an investment -, mIll only eight mills remain fort ; the service had to be discontinued The county commission, for several a trailer bearing an 18-foot of I flay and Bradford
effected J hool needs which are not met Thompson pointed out the BHS t years, has been outboard cabin cruiser. Officers
of As operating
$63,000 on
vault an alternative
including childrerf
Added to disease ;jby j the Minimum Foundation i band rated "superior" in all contests can a "deficit" said the combination of vehicles
he said is the and .Iri\'t>-in service fixtures The : Pro- : bring packed lunches I budget by carrying ,,
usual amount of truancy and inert j 'gram.' :1 it entered at the district or. if from bills for one year over i' and cruiser snarled up traffic for Festival Honors
Midison St. site has SS feet ;i' band festival : Starke. they can return home for into the :
1
For in It was the first I next fisral considerable
a. I IMorj example most cases the : year. ja length of time
frontage and is 105 feet deep |II 1 time the band lunch between 11:30 and 12:30.: I
.n's records show a total l I Ienrolli Original plan was to charter c ounty must supplement teacher ] : received such a All other phases of the Summer I An even more acute fund short- City police charged Lower withreckless

:.ent of 3,325. The average the bank as the Community State(jsi !j salaries since the amount provided 1 rating in the marching contest. Program are scheduled j,|I≥ is in the school system. To I Iibe driving and causing an CAP Chief
i I |II by the state is a haze He said the band was eligible continuing as -; eligible for I Group
daily a"eiuiance.:: computed so the' Bank. Knight said the state como, minimum. ( said Gibson. The eight-i State subsidy. the j accident and he forfeited $25 bond
State i tn determine how much troller. who regulates state banks :i The estimate of $5 O06: for to attend the state contest and I week program now is at the midi i county puts up about $60. OO in. i by not appearing in City Court

mone\ the fimnt should receive I( advised several Florida banks had 1 j i ]next: ear is partly based on the i the group voted to participate point, with four more weeks :,matching State funds This takes Mondav. A festival outing in hon., <
was 2,740j Qualification of teachers whose'i but he had to cancel the trip be- toj about 12 of the '
1 1I this name so the title was u..__ ., eo. ,' mils which ran Lt Col Harold Ashlev r, ,?, II
i I pay increases wun academic rank ; i'a use 01 lae percriuast ( 'legally be levied
II
in local
tToi., :;ue:..- averages come meP. amended to the CommunIty State 1[ abcen-i I Activities school ommander of the Civil Air Patrol -
For the next school tees from band sessions include swimming; ''I t axes.
Brad-
.' pe.- ,'ent attendance figure. Bank of Staike. j ear. ( 7 Negro Sentenced will be sponsored by tm K<'v
i fold playground, library arts and '!I So
Aeti .':y, 90 per cent attendance Listed as president in the bank !I anticipates- having 10 teachI Had No Choice crafts, 'I.! strapped is school operations stone CAP Saturday, Itinr 3"

"considered* good in comparison i d arter is Charley E. Johns. presi-I I I e with a doctor's degrgee orequh'alent. He said he had "no choice" because matics. music. indoor games dra- ,[that maintenance of the school A Negro who had to be disarmed Guests will include r.v pinr1
films
.
:23: with story; telling and plant has been
in master's de- : "the state contest strict- virtually nil < two weeks by Sheriff Air
other is ago F
dent Force
lounties j of the Presidential Insurance I Reserve members 'hi
| : the like -I j I
But ,' Bradford County could j j Co, of Jacksonville, i j jlci's j gree or equivalent! S2 with bache- j I ly big league It is not fair Bus I i I |, :D, Reddish and Policeman Riley ;. will participate in an afternoon
transportation
3 is furnished
achieve l'O per cent at'.enJance I I Johns' long-time political assoc I i degree and 1 with with twoears three years of ;' to the school community and interested to the Brooker. Hampton-, ,Grocery And Tourist ;| ;Sweat was sentenced to a SI00, I I and evening of fishing, sw.nJ. i i ,neejand

it wonl receive about $44.000'I ciate. S. D Clark Monticello \t band pupils to enter this Lawtey and Heilbronn Units.! Change Hands ( fiT ne or 60 days by County | skiing, ending with aba.- oc-
more thar. it now of 1 113 listed chairman I A Yawn cue dinner
receives state ] as of the area I ,
contest on
: unless the Mondays
Wednesdays
Bradford group as a
funds i I bank's board of directors. Clarke { Negro Man whole and Fridays. j Mr, and Mrs Nathan Sanford The Negro. Nathaniel Crummer1i The affair. which will! begin at
is
i it is president of the Farmers and :Arrested In willing to put forth the Gibson reminded that !thl:, week i I North Temple Ave was convicted ,I- 2: p. m, will be held at the wvek
Quincy 1 parents acquired Pinehurst '
Bradford Sales Tax j i I :Merchants Bank Monticello necessary time and effort thai iti Summer Program sessions \'i UJTourist Court and Grocery on the 1 !; of carrying a concealed end home of Ashley in the i rtti

Collections | Both Johns and Clarke are In'estlgatlOfty: Deputy Sher.if |i takes to make a cred.table show- not be held on Wednesday July |I'Keystone Heights highway. j j 1I eapon and intoxication. He had 1 1I portion of the Carl S.usher
On Rise state senators I I fired a shotgun into a house floor, estate.
Fate Brown this week result. I ling. 4. in observance of Independence I The former owner was Mrs .i|
t: Johns is listed as owner of 445J 1! ed in the arrest in Yet Day (Anna Albrecht Tax : | tef ore he was nabbed. Purpose of the outing is to
The Quincy of said
state: collected $9.842! & in a Ii Thompson, such trip! stamps on the ,
sales taxes iron Bradford Coun- "I shares of stock His son Jerome Negro anted for assault with I j are "an important factor in building !(i transaction indicate a price 01 ri! i NEED iE.ltU' j i'' 'relebrate the birthday of the Key-
and his wife Mrs. Thelma Johns. intent to murder in $13,500 for the NEWS AND \D 'stone CAP'S group commanderand
ty during Mav. the state Bradford I and City Collects Nearly property. which includes ,
comp i
maintaining the his
necessary NEXT
WEEK years of in
service fhe
troller office announced this' j I each is listed as holding 100 County. six< tourist cabins and a ;,
I I Brown said a little high morale which is essential All 1955 Land Taxes grocery. I CAP.!
week i shares, Clarke is the recorded detective II Due to the Fourth of July
I i work revealed Robert in every good band." I Mr. and Mrs. Sanford I Guests of honor will be the
.
j
The Bradswell I are from ]
) e.'llln is several of 67 holiday on Wednesday of nextweek
huni-j owner stock shares. The Florida CAP
red d1ls had evaded arrest by to Thompson cautioned City of Starke collected Deerfield; in Broward County. 1 The wing commander
: more than the $9.015 going parents Telegraph is
j I Directors in addition to Johns,I Quincy He i., wanted for except $2.50 of its 1955 real estate|where he was associated with asking Col Joe Moody; Air Force liai-
collected in the in shooting not be belittle their a j 11 the cooperation of all writersr
county May children's
Clarke and taxes, reports City Clerk Carl son officer, Co!. Ray Binder
heavy Col
of 1955Statewide I Knight are Stephen I another Negro LeRoy Brown equipment firm. The new I advertisers in :
band activities, because getting their : Ed Mow of
JohnsIn
"that the
S. Simmons Leha :Mundy. Thomas -I with a pistol two weeks ago.Deputy I j owner said he was familiar with! ;, j copy in at least one National! PAP
the tax t day all, about $31,000: Starke. day early staff; and Maj. Gordon
very he
Brown rot a week or was paidin since worked at Bigelow
H. Slade.: P. G had Braswell I Camp: ; We would
during May In.\\3.ied COl'tiOn3/ Felos. all of appreciate rereiving i '
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.... / \)( apprehended by Quincy officialsand 'i rnonth later the bandmaster taxes. The $250 was not collected |'Blanding in 1940. He had been all commander of the local Air Force
"* cent over the siaie Starke, and E. M Bnnson of; because; it '! correspondence and church Reserve squadron.
f'' i returned him to Starke Wednesday can detect a drastic inadvertently permanently located in DeerfieldUw :
year I drop in the not later than Tuesday I Ii
I.lXwt' .
was left off the delinquent t since 1954. Members of other groups and
. i' student's interest and i i morning and all advertising
progress list I copy squadron are expected to fly ZnAd."nission
not later than
noon Tuesday
. will! be by ticket onlyr"'I

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editorialSpecial Lloyd Allen is visiting in Olus- .

Farmer's DiaryBy NORTH SIDE tee for a few weeks. 4 f The Ned Colemans had agul.'Sts -

Sam McGarveyH.gh'Aay By Mrs. Oscar CarterE5Z5Z5E5HS2525Z5Z5E5Z52525ZSZ52S during the week11';;. .1.
From where I
sit. Joe Marsh
E. Keene Sr. Mrs Malux Lane .. b/

Facilities ReservedFor and son of Palatka. and Mi -I:: I }
: SOI promising to upset Real1d Irs. Billiard and chil- Mrs Leon Moorer and child ten ) t t"J

:lots of places along here and the dren were Sunday dinner guestsof of Oxford, N C.Mr. Junior Gets"Pinned"
July Fourth MotoristsThe new toll road cutting right through Mr. and Mrs. AdkmsMr I
and Mrs. Roy Hadum an\1 :
i; lot of farms near Lawtey. it and Mrs Romie Crawford '
children of Belle Glade are \isit- ; Down
newspaper's most familiar lament can be I'roks like this area is m for a big weie visiting her sister. tilts ing her mother, Mrs Howard! f

summed l up in the words, "no news." A Telegraph shaking up. Myrtie Green, in Lake Butler Crews Mrs. Crews and her -
expressing these sentiments Sunday afternoon. Junior Baker and friend are From here I ,it. that'- a cute I
staffer
was guests visited Mr. and Mrs Williamson
Mrs. Rossie Reddish and daughter all yet for their circus... Look for example of might
a important
of Don Jones }
on Call Street the otlur day when a bystander There's the case in Madison one day n'- their
and his family who own a farmoVl.'r Willie Mae of Ft. Lauderdale cently.: advertisements on neighborhood point-if )OU *ant things to turn

remarked: old Cracker Six. non is a attended church here Sun 1 bees .. r, oat your war, then you had better
Had a fine meal with the Methodist in Ir. and Mrs. Dave Woodardhad ..,,
"Relax. You're sure group at Lawtey last Sat- retired naval man. and he worked day night. The kids have had problems in (Itt the other fellow have hit
as guests last week her mother
to have another big urday. Mrs George Roberts makes a long time, and thought he had Mr and Mrs Johnny Cowait Mrs. Ben Kellogg of Live staging the event. The biggest choice, too. For instance, i if >our

auto crash on t'. S. just about the best chicken pilau ji'st the place he wanted. Now the and family visited her father, Oak. 'was the admission fee. Junior taste should happen to run to,

Highway ;;01" we'\e ever tasted. And deepdishpear toll road will cut right throughhis James Padgett, in Gaineswille Judy Allen of Starke visitedMariljn wanted to charge five cents, Mrs. say iced tea .. .then }uu owe it

The painful part is pie by: }Irs. Hubert Priest home. outbuildings and pecan last Sunday. and Emma Jean Hig in- Baker thought it would be much to yourself see that those who

that the bystander iscorrect was mighty good too orchard, and Don says: Where am :\1rs.ancy McGwinn of Lake botham last week. nicer if they charged fire pine prefer beer, buttermilk or hat-'( '

Accidentsthe 1 going to find another place like Butler spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Colemanand So Junior held a meeting with hate-}ou Ret to enjoy their fa-
this one? his Dirl.'ctoB-1ht'n torite beverages; too. After all,
While eating the chicken pilau the Oscar Cal ters.Ir. children visited in Palatka told his \
killing kind ?o a turn about's fair play.80e .
with H. C. Piene he remarked :\ and Mrs. Henry Bennettof last Sunday.: mother they'd taken her advice.
prealent on m a j 0 r that a very good combination is Another farmer who is going to Jacksonville visited their niece,, Mrs Jimmie Woodward enter- The ads now read: Giant Circus

highways have become that dish with about a quart of be dispossessed by the new road Mrs. G L. Sapp last SaturdayMrs. tained at dinner on Sunday, June in Baker's Backyard.:\tlsstov f}Irc

a trademark of o oysters added after the pilau is raid rueful]}. "There just aren't Lizzie Hicks of Jacksonville 17, honoring her son-in-law. FItE PINS Pus FIVE:CENTS TAX. f

Starke and vicinity r cooked. Never tasted that but it any more cheap farms in Brad is spending this week with George Grover on his birthdavanniversa : t

Yet driving homea "- =s sure sounds .like good. eating. ford County." her daughter, Mrs. D. D. Conner. ry. A host of friends tiifnr,,"'. .." tiru, .. I s.fdnO
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safety message to M D. Carter spent from Wednesday and relatnes enjoyed this lovely I
Alice went in the field the
the public i is the driest over The big fight we thought would to Sunday with Mr and affair
dullest and most ether day to scrap out some Irish happen between Dit our old cat Mrs Jim Yaibrough and Mr and Mrs Seleta Coleman hva"!

potatoes. Sam was in the house the newcomer Inky, never Mrs. Sam Whitehead of the Wa- recent guests :'11'. and Mrs Hart! .
and
then
I I1t1
in
uninspiring orld.o job one likes writing, when all of a sudden,the he did come off. Apparently. it's too teroak section Lewis of Heilbronn. and Mrs ... ""
heard Alice jelling: Bring to Alice
decided Crosby of Tampa
thejust
hot, or else Mrs O J. Norman came homeSunday
to write it. and no one gun! It was another moccasin, but
:\11'.
mediate their troubles, for now and Mrs Willie Grel.'n'erl'
from the
likes to read it. That -, by the time ole slewfoot Sam got hospital.Mrs. f
; verygood friends. visiting in Runnel Sunday +
they seem to be Lois Carter and sons of : I Ii
explains the gimmick Mo'er there, the snake had disappeared.
Animals like to have company Jacksonville spent last week Mrs Evie Johnson visited Mrs. is
Guess e'll eat noodles this summer -
to the right. It's w
like
just like humans, and looks with the George Shufords Mrs. Jimmie Woodward on Sunday of

there solely so it will Signs Dit is! really doing better now that J S. Norman and the Oscar Carters last week. -

swivel the ramblingeye he has a playmate. Mrs N C. Coleman was in
toward these Charlie Gaskins has started to w Jacksonville on :Mondav and Tues (
For trop a little tobacco from his Mrs Linnie Carroll and children Ef Ea
words. patch mostly sand sugs. He says Alice picked a mess of blueber- of Miami, and Mrs. Carolyn dav morning t

The facts are these: his tobacco has come along pretty ries over at Herm and Frances Norman of Heilbronn visited theJ. .
Life and then she THE RIGHT POINT for the
Automobile accidents well, considering the poor startit Hamilton's place B. Johns family Sunday. 1
blueberry way >ou tt rile. Come in and seleit -
in Florida kill 1,000 had due to cold and windy made an old-fashioned Mr and Mrs Harold Alvarez +

human beings everyyear ,; weather early in the season. pudding. Now that is a dish that visited Mrs. Evelyn Norman at fountain your fatorite Pen. TELEGRAPH.PULPWOOD TERDKO.OK. MARK 55E '
;<-. fit to set before a king. the home of )Ir. and :Mrs. Marin j
We're not greaton 40 h.p. 4 Cylinders i in Line, -
the Walter Martin \' Woods in Jacksonville Friday
statistics, but we )presume each state has a Visited with
similar toll and that means some 43,000 family last Saturday and certainly Uncle Marion Carter, who is night. Alternate Firing Thunderbolt Engine; r- _

Americans extinguish themselves annually on enjoyed talking to them. Two spry at the ripe old age of *:2, attributes Mrs P. B Johns and Mrs I. B Reverse Gear and Neutral

of the younger sons. Don and his good health to plentyof Thompson visited Mrs. Evelyn Irr'

the highways. Ralph: do some farming: and have salt. When his nephew. Oscar Norman in Riverside Hospital last ., \J__

Accident injure about 30.000 in Florida each some pretty good field corn. MiMai and others try to get him to takeit Wednesday.Miss ----- :...---."- ._: f

year. :Multiply that times the 48 states, and .tin is proud of his childien. easy on salt. Uncle Marion Eva Clark of Lake City is OUR IWSI ESS ". 1" V El

there comes the figure of 1,-f- 0,000. "There's not a cull in the lot of snorts and says: Trouble with spent the weekend with her aunt. MercElectric 12-Yolt Starter-and Generator!
Wow them," he said. people today is they don't use Miss Dora Clark. :Mr. I.andol1t'rt'"re hereto
other statistics enough salt. It makes you thirsty Everyone is cordially invited to serve you when jou hate The smooth overlapping power flow of an automotive eight
with
We won't bore you last of berries of .. dependable Full Jeweled Powet performance.. electric
and With our crop and makes you drink a lot attend fellowship meeting Friday pulpwood to sell.hetlier
what this in terms of earning power
means of the we are trying to June starting with exclusive generator for automatic battery
out way. water. night 29 at the church jour load is large or small, the
economic loss pain and personal tragedy. work up enough enthusiasm to The film "Seconds to Go'will modern facilities of Bradford charging... stunning new Merchromatic 2-tone color com-j;

Now we understand how police and ambulance Mart on a new crop of runners. olJand be shown Woodward are at jour dKpoaI.Bring binations".. Dyna-Float Suspension to eliminate vibration.
attendants become inured to blood and gore. Trouble is that the sun now gets This column is seven years ..with outboarding's highest standard of power, perform*
we'd both like to say "Thank us your next load. "'e
They've watched plenty of times as life sputtered high overhead and just thinking TTYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYTTGRIFFIS ann quiet speed and stamina.,Trade now!_We'll arrange
the people who tell us palca- h "on the spot. .
tissues. They've seen about working out in it is enoughto jou" to fit .'" "' -v _
out of torn and crushed enjoy it. As long as we hv [terms to your budget ,
they
life ebb as blood )painted the pavement. wear us out.. we'll never forget the friendly response LOOP ..lIIIIJ- roll" in'let' fbroytlio.t
We've become inured, too, accustomed as lee of readers CONTACTEdwin --- --'
mechanics call What with the widening of you Bjr Mrs. Lois Coleman&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
are to peering into what garage

"total wrecks" and filling the news columns with ........................ ........................ .
if the deaths are W. Peck Sun SportsAT
stories made more "newsworthy" Mr and Mrs. J. M Allen had
HAMPTONBy
spectacular.The STATE FARM as guests Saturday night Mr and
OR c. F. n.\TK\I.\X
newspaper business is little more than Mrs. Charles McPherson and son

taking a piece of blank paper, then deciding whatto Janet Turner By Mrs.! D. E. Hill[ of Brazil Ind. Mrs Thomas: Hil- Phone17-I.J

use in filling it up. Sometimes, where dead- Thone 133-J .....V> .A wa1V11L1 hard and hildren of Jacksonville STARKE TIRE SALES
allot "white space" to an and Mrs. A. G. St. John of Olus- P 0. Box 129-xStarke Fla.
lines are close, we even ,....................... :'1rs. Annie Godwin. daughter of I Itr. tee ,
accident even l) !fore the account is written. PHONE 189 STARKE FLA.
coming :'11'. and MrsV. L Wells and 1daughter and Mrs. G. C Cox of Hampton Mi's Seleta Coleman will visit
With 4. Independence Day up
July of Jacksonville were |: and Robert Jones of Starke -
next Wednesday e e're expecting to keep some Tuesday night supper guests of AMr. were married Saturday, June 23 -- ,

extra white space available just in case worst and :'11'5. R W. Brannen. I IMr. i in Georgia They expect to make

comes to worst and it probably will. and Mrs. I.. M. Francis Ana |heir, home in Starke.Dr. .

We wouldn't be a bit surprised if the Bradford children of Washington, D C. have Charles :Mashburn: and the

County Hospital has clean sheets earmarked for been guests of Mr and Mrs. G. j Indonesian Trio of Tennessee DESIRABLE PROPERTY

July 4 use. and we're pretty sure DeWitt C. E. Crews for the past four days. Temple Schools. Chattanooga,

Jones has the ambulance all passed up just in :'11'. and Mrs. Owen House had 'Tenn. presented a program and

case worst comes to worst and it probably will. as guests last Sunday his mother. ]preaching service at Hampton

And, of course there's always the family plotin Mrs. J. C House, and brother. ]Baptist Church Monday evening.

cemeteries.Doesn't John House, of Thomasville Ga. ,,June[ 25. The trio sang hymns
nearby think House accompanied her :and songs in three languages.
it give you a sinking feeling to Virginia
sheets Jones' grandmother home for a week's Friends of Miss Norma MaySweeney. Foli 1,711LL'
that our white space, the hospital's Missionary
Child Evangelism
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reserved for Visit. i:
lot. are
ambulance the cemetery
interested
Miss Jane Richarde has movedto to Brazil, will be -
special use? she convalescing
your Gainesville where she is work to hear that is

Drive carefully! ing in the agricultural department from a major operation

of the University of Florida on June 6, at Samaritan Hospital

Uncle Comes of AgeCome Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner in. Sao Paulo. She would appreciate
Bradford County
had as their guests last week hearing from

fellow in this worldof Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Simmons of friends- Her address is Caixa
this week a very important Gadsden Ala. Rev. Simmons has Postal 130{. Sao Paulo Capitol.
Uncle Sam -- will be celebrating his 30 ACRES TIMBERLAND
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ours today
been conducting a revival at the Brazil.
108th birthday.It honored witha
Pine Level Baptist Church. Melody May was
is that number of years since July 4. 1776, when in Mr and Mrs. D. E. Crews and birthday party at the J. W

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, a band of courageous daughter, Shelia of Montgomery, Horne residence Friday June 22. N. LAWTEY ON 301

men signed their names to one of the most historical Ala. were weekend guests of his for her fifth birthday. which was

documents this world ha", ever known.In parents. Mr. and Mrs G. E. on June 12 The party was post-
because of :Melody's: tons
he represented Crews poned
Uncle Sam was a mere upstart;
that )'ear,
8 Refreshmentsof
June
loosely knit group of patriots who had some Mr and Mrs C. M. Seigler and lectomy on e
rake, ice cream and punch wereserved
ideas last weekend in
new-fangled children spent
strange notions Li their heads; some to several friends following
about liberty, some tomfoolery about the rights of com Panama City visiting his mother. of the gifts
)Irs. F. E Seigler.Mr. opening
mon man: to choose his rulers, and the profound conviction Sherryonnan., daughter of 90 ACRES TIMBERLANDN.
and sacred: honor"in and Mrs. J. :M.: Bradley
that they would give thelr't's Mr and Mrs Marklee Norman
had as guests Sunday and :Monday :
their ideal.- of honor for her third
seeking was guest
Mr and Mrs. G. L. Cox of
War found Uncle Sam ready to take birthday at a party Saturday
World
The first Orlando, who were enroute to E. LAWTEY
for the first time in history, June 23. Birthday cake and punch
his place in the world and Ridgecrest. N. C. where they will .
served to 10 little friends
of miles were
thousands
a huge army was transported across attend a week's Sunday School
and of gifts
of ocean to do battle in the name of Democracy. But training course The Bradieys also after games opening

af'ei having helped win the war, the peace: was bungled. had as Sunday guests :'11'. and Misses Connie and Car on Hen- -
Jacksonville, nieces of M'
Mrs dry of
home disillusioned and mis- :\1rs.'ance Geiger.11' and
and Uncle: :Sain came back
Slade. aro spending -
Lester
Bradley Geiger and son Larry: and Mrs
understood. this week with the Sladee :n
Mr.[ and Mrs J. M. Bradley Jr
in the second World War but on a far greater their home on Hampton Lake
Again all of Jacksonville and Mr. and
scale. Uncle: Sam took up his sword in the cauM of Liberty Mrs Leslie Bradley and family of Odessa Melton is visiting f.r 75 ACRES IN THE HEART

and this time Americans: fought and died all over Starke. two weeks in St. ::Marys Ga with

the would-be conquerors were crushed Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mel'on and
the world until Mr and Mrs. J. G. CaldAell had

After that he took the lead in trying to find a way of as Sunday dinner guests their family OF THE ILMEN1TC FIELD

peaie amon the brotherhood of man. In the United son-in-law and daughter Judge )[r. and Mrs. Frank Willunj

:Natum he tried to set up machinery that would out- and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and sons of and family and Mr and Mrs Dm

!.IA use and insured that antfather aggression would be Starke.1Ir. Johnson drove to Orlando for the

dealt! with speedily by peaceful nations. But the dream and Mrs DeWitt Sinclair weekend with the James B!"."'". o -
hou-iegi ft. Mrs. Z H. ClarkSr. family. Mrs Johnson r1I.1I'! : .r
and .
i''\\.1 1.1tit last long
When Korea was attacked by the Reds in 1950. Uncle .. had as guests last Sunday a wt"ek's"isit..
world. when Mr and Mrs Zach Clark of Moultne Mrs Ruth C. Mills of FillnNevada. -
the
Sj:n wrote a other new page members m the ot history the United of Nations, he Ga. Mrs Clark returned visited thiseek d.: 30 ACRES IN TOWN OF LAWTEY
with
::1'on-j; home with her son and daughter- Hampton with Mr ant Mrs r>

s n upon the aggressors and fought for an ideal. in-law after a two-week visit E. Hill and family Mr M-il 5
look back over the brief history of this eoun-
When we Mrs Hill's mother
)Irs. C. M Turney. who has
trx we may be justifiably proud of the life of Uncle been the house guest of Mr. and Mr andIrs.. Bill[ R.bl'rn e

Sato aU the way from the beginning when he was a :'[rs. J. G Caldwell for ten days and family of Melrose were Sunday -

mere stripling until today when he stand: as a giant in went to Jacksonville last week : visitors in Hampton \\ ih the

the world. for a visit with her son and G. C. Coxes

We all know that. Bat so long as he daughter-in-lau Mr aid Mrs.
He's not perfect Mr. and Mrs. Awry Siade celebrated :

stands firm in the world as a champion of Lberty. thenm John Turney.Mrs. their "fifth wedding anniversary MRS. LOUIS H. HILL

all humility, and with thanks to God for our many Milo Seiglei and children Friday Jane :?. with a

blessings, we take an hones pride in being Americans. were in Campville las Friday dinner at their home for Mr and

visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Mrs C :M: Gneene. :Mrs Katy" .

r ..a"25iS525525ZSa.525ZS2525Z5252THE Bryan Whitfield. Mosley and Mr and Mrs Joe Lucas LAWTEY FLORIDA

The State Farm Home Demonstration and children ,

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. Club met Tuesday after Funeral sen-ices were held
1879
noon of last week at the Community Thursday afternoon, June 21 a
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER AT HOME 9:30 A.M. 12 NOON
Club House with Mrs Jacksonville, for J. B. Dixon who -

PUBLISHED CONT1NOUSLV R. P. McLendon and Mrs.:: A. C died Tuesday night after a heart
.@,, Belche as co-hosresses All the attack Attending from Hamptonwere 2:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M.
UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD
information on the coming Zinnia Mr and :Mrs: C L May:

Show in Starke was discussed Mrs P.obert Cox Mrs Len HaV:
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND! ENTER TO AS SECOND CLASS
and an i interesting Mrs \Vadswo-i Mi
on G.
program and
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE At STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER
THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879 lU: kr.-: buricovers was given by Dixon was a former )dst"" >f

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Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 ;I I, Lending Helping Hand To Her Neighbors I IIIn :ft 1fT E K1! i:1111!: ; ;; })= i'b.Kr 1 flllTl

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Local Bible Shout('hilJrf'nttl"n,1.\t Two Cliunh-. i;, day.mothers have assisted them each i!I helping others, Mrs Ira ,i '<..1} ,n previously. 'I: lOUWLWJLthiAf l} IJfiiU. i;: V

(Aunt Rosa) Pmholr.tei, of Brooker Baptist Member j :
Every morning for the past two) There will be no commence- JUl) !
at 72; finds plenty to occupy She is a member of the New | x
n e.-k.. the First Baptist Church I'i ment program, but patents have her, at a time when many elderly Rivei Baptist Church and has at- ,, More Low Prices on More Items More Days of '
the
attend the
invited
and :he community Church have !, been to session Week !
folk are content to sit and r'I"110 termed K. ever fince she was a little -
been Summer BibleShool this morning, from 9 to 11:30: to
busy places. the front porch."If t goo I In addition she is a
I the children at woik. This
Classes have been held at j see bIp4
I you can't find Aunt Rosa at M ts inuiVr; member of the Broukoi
Usually the twohureht afternoon, the entire student body
both ihunhts
I! home," neighbors say out at Garden Club and member of the '
,, hold Bible School faculty and anyone else connectedwith I Sere With Your
i do not Brooker, "you'll find her out help Home Demonstration Club. Turkey Ocean Spray :!Ucl:; 'an
slIlIult Gold Head Branch State Park ing someone. But her interests are almost unlimited I
tne-. have, due to several factors I' "Sure enough, when sought for I 1 ,
from 3 till sundown.
the p. m
of them \\
me ,this interview, she was found re- f CRANBERRY!
program which will start July 9 Next Saturday St. William's : turning from one of her "helpingout" Her two grand children and SAUCE 23C

MX. Bill Wolf, who keeps the Church will hold its annual bazaar mission In this case, a per- five great-grandchildren: of course
records at the Baptist Bible at the Woman's Club. There ire a great delight, but she has
son had died, and Aunt Rosa had !
4 Shoot reports that they have hada will be attractions for young and volunteered her services, helped two parakeets, and her almost
record attendance this summer, old. At noon there will be food endless crochet work and the PTA
important
and other
with meals, things so
with approximately 100 children at the Snack Bar. Dinner in the at the time. 1 affairs, civic doings, political rallies -
hand each day. I will be at 5 Serv- and a host of other doings
on evening p m.
Active, motherly, alertmindedAunt Dressed & Drawn (grade "A" Broiler Size
Principal of the school has been ing will continue until 7. And when in addition to "helping out" missions -
Rosa laughed questioned -
Mr E L Brice. Superintendentsin don't forget those lovely prizes on her many activities. 5io9lba 9 lb
charge of the various departments after dinner. I I No-Harm Domestic Crisis i I TURKEYS 49C

were Mrs. C. T. Parker, I The Catholic Club will meet "My niece is always at me to Right now she has a domestic

Nursery, Mrs. Fred Ellis, Beginners -' this! evening at 8 in the hall for take care of my ,?lf and rest ciisia on hand, for the two paia I

: Mrs Jimmy Price, Primary: an important meeting. Everyone more," she said, smiling, "but I 1\A' keets have taken to feuding. and I Allgood Sugar Cured SlicedBREAKFAST

Mrs!' Ford Hensley, Juniors; and be sure to be there. can't see that doing anything I en- _u Aunt Rosa has to keep them in I Per Pound

Mrs Malcoln Cole Davis, Intermediates Mrs. Jimmy Price has been joy like helping folks will do me separate rooms. I BACON 39CSwifts

In each departmentwere quite ill, but her friends will be any harm." Mrs. Ira Mnholster on her front The little time she has left over

several leathers. Organistfor happy to hear that she is doing She continued: porch Imsily ...hell beans fora I,from her constant round of activities I

Morning Assembly was Mrs. very well and having a much- "Shucks, these )'oungpeople today neighbor, of course.thor she spends in keeping her Premium Smoked or Super-Kijht(
I Heady To Eat S to
11 lb.
Bud Anthony. Mrs Elbert Altmanwas I home neat and doing a\n.
needed rest can't sit up and lose a few ---- ai a pin
in charge of refreshmentseach Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pearson I hours sleep without having to rest I I'chochetmg. pieces of which she exhibited I lb
1 I ,> earl schooldays is a boy FULLY
COOKED
day. and at the recent Fair at HAMS 53C
I I two children of Worcester I lip a whole day. I have sat up named Gilbert Reeves, and the
that
Mrs Brice has announced Mass arrived last Saturday in with the rick for two whole nightsin he Starke. I
I reason I remember him is that
Commencement Exercises will be Keystone and visited in the homeof a row and it never hurt me." I Aunt Rosa also has a foodj i
held tonight (Friday) in the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Baxteron I At her home near Green's store, took out to kiss me after school I reputation as a cook. Just recently Southern Star Boneless Head '-To-Ser\ Skinless

Church, and then the parents and Brooklyn Lake They left Yin town Aunt Rosa told her history one day and chased" me almost alii she said Z. \\'. Hamilton askedif lb

friends of the children will visit Tuesday for Hialeah, where th'ypUI''ha. I briefly. I : the way home. | she would make a mess of j CANNED PICNICS 4 can $2 ,1SAnn
the I the of 19. she married |
in At
the various departments .ed some property on I She was born August 28, 1S82i age 'watermelon rind pre.vrves for him I
sew Educational Building, and Ira Pmholster, a rural mail car- _
which to build a home. They will i within three miles from where she As she her 74th I .
the hand-work done by the rier for 25 years and in the course j approaches ;f' __ ___ ___ _' ,,. "-
view return to Massachusetts via a |lives now, near Pine Hill where birthday in excellent health, despite ,____ _: ,_ _."- ___ ,: _-,. __ ;?
moved to I
< lasses I West-Coast route, and prepaieto (she first attended school Her of his assignments they a knee injury last
At the Con.munity Church the Lake City. Lloyd and Lake Butler. j year. I l'age Tart Sweet
move to Florida. I father, Thomas Godwin was! a Aunt Rosa is something of an "institution" I
boys and girls have been studying: As everyone knows, there wasa 'I farmer and blacksmith, and Aunt They had a son. Guy, who is marntd -| around Brooker way.and ': SALAD qt tj"r
about how the Bible was written, and lives in Jacksonville I| DRESSING | 41C
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large wedding in Keystone Rosa remembers painting wagons I' symbolizes the spirit of old SU.TVNA SMALL STIFFED
' used, and how it was when they were living I Pickle Path Mixed
Commi pity Church when Miss jthe i I fancy striping work. >ears ago
And remember, if should
translated into English. Bobbin Weichel married Tommy Schoolday IncidentShe at Lake Butler Aunt Rosa worked :t you go 22 Jar
I SWEET oz
PICKLES OLIVES
,looking for her, find where .she.- 27C
The children have not been Heaist. At this time, all detail laughs as she recollects an for a while in a cafe and then :
:
needed, and there you'll find Aunt
(confined to the class rooms. They are not complete, and we hope to early sihoolday incident. returned to Brooker and bought ; Waxed

have taken field trips which area I have this news in next week's "The only one I remember of her present home, which they had Rosa. PaperCUT"RITE

great aid to understanding. One :] issue.tm.rmm..r.m.r". 2125 ft. Rolls 45C ]/2 oz jar
i 1
morning the Primary Class went YYYYYYYYYYYYYYTVYYYYYYVYMAXVILLE 140 fish O 59C

tAl) Nelson's picturesque properly Buford Higginbotham, E. D Window CleaningReasonable
Panish Pillsburyhite., Yellow Spice or Orange::
on Lake Geneva, and discovered Higginbotham and Dan j

GOd in Nature Another: PINE LEVEL went fishing at the same placerear Prices CAKE MIXES 17 oz pkg. 30CA&P

morning the Junior Departmentwent tty Mrs. C. B. Nolan Palatka Tuesday morningand Outside Only 30c up
to Starke to view the fam- I caught 75: fish. :
Our
W. AGXEW. : Finest Quality 2-12 O/ Bottles HAWAIIANPUNCH:
tiy :MfN. II. :\i. MiUueAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAA Prop.
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ous painting, I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Iligginbothani ,
shazzar" at the Gospel Taber- I i, and daughter, Cheryl Ann | 393 Cherry St. Starke, Ila. GRAPE JUICE 27C
Rhoden of" Glen St.
nacle. I The revival meeting closed 'have moved from L"lwtey to their'
Bible School Principal has been I Sunday night at Pine Level Baptist -: Mary, Rev Willie Gnffis of Mac- new home in Maxville.'e are I' Ann Page ((3;{ \arietie.s) H

RI'J.. Russell Young, pastor of Church, conducted by Rev Benny and Mis Earl Cannon glad to have this family move into EVERYTHING IN I !
the thurch. In the Nursery, two I Cecil E. Simmons of Gadsden, j Millard !Strickland and II. E. Grif- 1 our community. BAKED BEANS b1OC
different ladies have been in 1 fis carried 35; people from the :
BillXolan. was ill for a couple
charge each day. Mrs Gordon I Ala.Mrs.. Alice Crosby returned to i MaxviHe Congregational Holiness I of days last week with an at TILEAlso I Northern Paper OI can

Adams, Mrs. \\'. 1... Bunce, and I her home in Tampa last week after Sunday School to Silver Springslast tack of tonsilitis. roll 46 33CPIN
Mi Frank M. Walrath Jr have a visit with her brother-in-law Saturday on a picnic and I,i Also I TOWELS 15

*vn in charge of the kindergaren -I' and sister, Mr and Mrs. II. H sight-seeing tour. When they arrived -
: ,age gioup In the Primary 1! Lewis. home they had an ice cream I 1 Singing Convention.

Department, Mrs W. O Cannon i Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs'W i supper at the church CEMENT STEPS:; Sliced Hawaiian
Mis!. Clinton Denny, and Mis. R. i C. Conner last Sunday were [ Miss Patty Parrish spent The Eiadfonl-rnion smsineconvention
N Sunderlaml have been the' Mr and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and i Thursday night in Starke as the mil n:i i't Siimi.n' atI I JUDD TILE CO. iPPLE[ -290z can
I ternoon, beginning at 2 o'cloi, i 33C
tl'3I'hns.11'5.. Jack Haberstroh.I Chilson. I !
family of Brooker, and Mrs Con guest of Miss Carolyn 127 St
Lafayette
I at the Mi'tii} list! rhimti in Lakr j
and Rev. and Mrs. Russell Young II. I Little Ann IIi inbotI -
I ner's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Cheryl ;; .
I IGipel Phone 213-J
Butler! E1 MI ut"3ted 'r
"
'have been in charge of Juniors of Mr. and Mis
: H Lewis. ham daughter Embossed
-mfj'iit ;. ogep '<. tto'm' I Heavy White Napkins Del! Monte Fancy 2-14 oz Hot K
and Pioneers \ We were sorry to miss the wedding J. C. Higginbotham, celebratedi
:Mrs E. T. Mai tin and Mrs.T I at the church Sunday after- i\ first birthday Monday

I* Nor\\u.id have been in 1, noon, but the rain cut us off. I I The Maxville boys did not play I SCOTKINS1I"43C CATSUP 39Ci

hargt: + of refreshment Different i Saturday visitors at the H. M. I ball Sunday because the Lawti \.

1! :M('Uae home were Rev, O. J. boys failed to show up.

Raulerson and :\11'. and Mrs A. I' Little Peggy Owens daughter i Fresh ('01. Wi.sc ,\R1' Tub St}Ie \
F Hall and children all of Jack- hoi,
Owens
FILL DIRTGOOD of11'8.: Ruby got
sonille i:i arm caught i in the wringer of i lb. .
RICH Mi. and Mis. V E. Thornton 1 washing mahine last week arm CHEESE 40c BUTTER"Siherbrook 65CliIdClI.
and little daughter visited his
,i 5Ut! is still badly swollen. We ai"i I"
pan'ntsIr, and Mrs Carl Thorn she didn't break
TOP SOILSee I mighty glad that
I ton, Friday night. any bones. Short Held Print

I j Mrs. Lucille Griffis and Mrs lb. lb.

I I Ida Lee Griffis carried the Junion CHEESE 47c BUTTER 65CA&1'
BILL JACKSONJackson 1 TIIK RIGHT POINT for tinHay Girls class of the Maxville Baptist -
you write. Come in and se- School to Kingsle\
: Sunday . ,
Transfer .1' <- .
Company lint your favorite ESTKKBRftOKFountain : 1 lake Tuesday for a picnic and 1,I --.- -, ,- ----- -, -- -. -- ,- ".. -, _',
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FROZEN ;
:MiJo \nn Panish was an'' GOLDEN; LIsCOI, S
overnight; guest of Mr and Mi* STRAWBERRIES r.

Leslie Chilson and family in ,J\\\ \ ,:: J-_ BANANAS:28
Slark.> Sunday night. 10 for t :
oz ; ,,'
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2 43c :
i is! ( kt -
)115.Jewel Higginbotham
Jia \ ,,.::,.: f-Jif: ': '"
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her .'
with
;spending few days i I i ,4. -i -' -("''' IB 10C

: aunl Mrs Hester Hicks in Law- i \\ : ;!31' m, .

r tev .\& FROZEN
I Fresh
:Miss! Linda: Waters is spendinehi. '

Bill! Robe<'son in Jacksonville.
RcLuther McGee of West GOZ 2 for 25CRICH

Jacksonville, preached at the i| I. Fresh

morning and evening services in I CHERRIES Red Bing; lb-
:M.txMlle Baptist Church Sunday. : 49C

x The Intermediate Union of the ': ::1

\ Maxville Baptist Church spent j "::1 WHIP TOPPING Red or Seedless
Tuesday afternoon enjoying a i ::1
v II
swim and picnic at Kingsley !I GRAPES Per Pound
Lake 11 7 oz 35C 39C

Mr and Mrs. E. D. Hipginbot- ll I
| ham and children spent the weekend Calif Vine Ripe Large Size ,
1 in St. Augustine with Mrs IIII originally
CANTALOUPES Each
Higgmbotham's brother-in-law 23C
i
": I BROCcoLi"sPEARS
,
'".*"i .,4:W. y ;\ ac ', and sister, Mr. and Mrs Jimmy rid $30995
i
Wainwright. Fresh RoastedPEANUTS
,. ;
''i Mr and Mrs. C B. Xolan and I l'I' 10 for
now just oz 2 33C Pound Bag
1
I sons spent from Friday through 39C

".. 'l :Monday visiting Mr. and :MrsI
[ "t .-0#' .. ." I>f; ,",'{;: I Dub Nolan and son in FlagerI : III $23995
.
...., ', ."; >>,>-fi.k,' \ ,' <<. 1 I I Beai, Special Blueberry Or

(.tI M. ;i Mi and Mrs Bob Stanley and Ili l cW"pife l'arke8-inch Each
I daughter: who have been visiting 39C

.v,....,a-_'''-_._'.'.'_.'''.'v.,..,., v':" '''''' :t:> ,tti.. with Mrs Dorothy Waters and .
family, left Monday for Home- .
,' -
stead their home.
to make Jean Parker
Mike Cannon spent last week. Now a fully-automatic RCA WHIRLPOOL

in Jacksonville with grandparents -'! Supreme Washer at a new low price. Same famous HOMESTILE ENRICHED BREAD 20C
Who's asleep? Not this baby..nor his I Mr and Mrs. I. A. Borni :[ washing action that safely washes everything I

i stem washable; seven rinses to get rid of I
soap-scum
mom or dad! No, they won.t be caught napping I 1 I.IRa\" anj Bobby Burned Claude and lint: giant 9-lb. capacity. All the features Jean Parker

and Roger North John and Ed I i that made this America's favorite washer! HERB STUFFING BREAD
when opportunity comes along; because every Waters and Joe Padgett: went on 80z 23C

member of the family has a savings account! :j last'} camping Saturday: trip night.to Black Creek i' PRICES REDUCED FOR LIMITED TIME ON NEW I Jean Parker

Mr and Mrs Buford Higgin-

!] !"ham and Mrs James Water RCA WHIRLPOOLSUPREME I ANGEL FOOD CAKE LARGE 39C

IF YOU HAVEN'T STARTED YOURS WE visited with Mr. and Mrs. Louie :
r.uter at Clay Hill Sunday anti'

INVITE YOU TO DO SO NOW AT OUR BANK! -i'-a visited at Doctor's Inlet. Jean ParkerSLICED

The Maxville Home Demonstra- AUTOMATIC WASHER Pound
CINNAMON LOAF 1 25C
1.on Club will meet Tuesday. July j I

'. athe Maxville Civic Club to'I 1', OUR .
10TH -- -
'i"i" : : class on sewing Anyone ANNIVERSARY -, --- .- -!" -- ;'. --- _:-, -- ----__. .. __-- '. _u_:.. =-:

i n',"ested l be there by 2 o'clock I
FLORIDA BANK I .
STARKEr7... i :Mi and :Mrs E. D. Higgmbot- CHAS. C. SHEPHERD .11.1.7 171N711 INI M N17 MI/ YIN

+ ran: :Mr :and Mrs. James Waters |I 412 Call St.
,
National
Member Florida Group iV! :M1 and Mrs Johnson ana ;
TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
: "ni>f Lawtev went on a fishing Starke, Fla.
the st. John's 239 Staxke Fla. twr .w w awa w 7ww
I tip on river r.eai i i1 II .
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f' rrs.6 rssj-rrrj-.esrsssssss.ppsj--ssrj-sps 'John H. SpenceVeds .
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Flux Of Events leaves -
,. Miss Crosby June I 15 Chamber of CommerceTo

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:tr!' anti Mrs. O. E Crosby of! ,i! Prison I. Include Turnpike
Fate
i In Doubt
take announce the marriage of Routing On Brochure

,, their daughter, Beverly Jo M i! Something: bg is afiio,) ; lonii-in-! $ q ,- n i '::1 >:, i 1.-.
John Henry Spence of Jac-kson-
;ng the fate of the rit.ite Prisonat I rentiaiv. and Cabot ,1..1 }IIP '?" : i : in re. t. .. -
Gladys Mooty nut son of Mr. and Mrs. John I Raiford. but it isn't svife to ven- 'seek to have it )luc.Ut'"I .- : : : .:-ur ::.i.-l.- :,'
Spence. The wedding was an .
Florida. ,
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any predictions.The ?
Stai
Phone
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: event of Friday, June 15, in II .
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It becomes ob\um .
possible outcome .
of probe : < v ip; >f ti.: :-
USFS_ Sa-S=SpFSSSSSSSS ___ Folkston. Ga. the. discussion and .
probe :
upon opinion -
upon opinion. pinjm 3tI. .n.li ibie1
j Mrs. Spence i is employed by the the late of :A .
the
WSCS Circles ana recommendation upon tecoininiendation I prison h -t. \1 i'i :lour < ,
[Three Baptist Ceremony Set Piudential Life Insurance Co and j jMr ', make the issue as ob- tel of speculation. At -'.-M -t.i: i hI., .. .

Slated For Meetings For July \Vedding Of : Spence is with Duval Engineering -'Sure as the mire on a Florida matter of some 1I1lP',! r :\ i :la 'e ;..: -
:i Co. in Jacksonville.: i|backhill road. ,Bradford County. >,r.. t' ... :, '. -,..;

The !-mating of the three eire Miss Martha Landrum All the furor steins of course :: oil of 1H! i uiiian h ....-,. ....,. -., .. .. .' s ::1 i tv Ire : '.
.., .It: Vie Methodist WSCS will i !i ii Tuesday Meeting Held from the -May 17 convict iiprbing. Siipact in the .tI.'.1 .. i .5: ",' .i :!T rs Ir.!." : i _- ,

be hrid the first of next week i An event of social interest' when guards killed one prisoner > "--c-I t f StaiR! -

is lollow.*: i[ will be the wedding Saturday By Presbyterian Unit I land wounded others who refused 'Security Prison -:' ..' .. ,t-nt imp.ii i '., -

('Lr'I4' 1 will meet Tuesday 1 July 14 of Miss Martha Landrum j j'daughter I ,to start the workday and made a ti,5.. : : '- ..' future ;>: ..... .,
Women the First Presby-
noming at 10 o'ckx at the education of Mis. Merntt Williams The of ush attack on the mehall. : .. '

building with Miss Amy i' and T. Frank Landrum, and j;i erian Church met Tuesday building, June I Prison Supt. DeWitt Smclaii. Building Started t .hasoa... t-i-;. t

(oburn and Mrs. C. L. Scholl 8O! ; Richard Lowell Siefferman, son j 6. in the Sunday School 'v.ho recently had taken grasp 01 : i 'i., Roy trowA .
I t S.o'clock with Mrs.V.. .\. Stern. .
Finances
hostesses ;, of Mr. and Mrs Clair Siefferman, '| I' he Prison's reins from L. F Chap- :Despite -'" .' Height"t: : A'

Pin-le 2 will be entertained '! St. Petersburg at the First Bap- ] resident, presiding. man, blamed the uprising on ovei r :h.: .id up a 1'1]li.-. > ,"
I II ,
L. H. Gibson had
Mrs. charge .
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock tist Church Starke. The Rev. I (tc'wded conditions. He appearedto A new niaxiinn ivunu biuM i .f > !> .>n elertroMu .'
bv Mrs. O L. Haynes at her Lewis D. Haines. pastor of the I I) f the program entitled "Methodsand I have reason for complaint. ing. to house at least SO inmateis -, The newaricty of fun on ._ Jl Xxt ;

home on S. Water St. I church, will officiate at the 8 o-' Keiwurces. She was for assisted Family by Woi'ship" Mrs.-I The prison was built for 1.600 under construction at the State u i-UniKiK' at Ihf I SO Imild- H. ., reported! t.> : '.,'

Circle :3 will meet Monday clock ceremony.As inmates. At the time of the uprising i i Prison near Raiford doubt inn: i.. lmui,| on an irnproxised .
despite :>'i'! altendanie .
K G. Duncan, Mrs.V. S. McAlij -t
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the the wedding guests assemble -| ,[ the population neared 2.- that funds are sufficient to skating. rink. (ia>lc :Moore of .: .
complete < I institute ,
'.c "i
Harden, Mrs. | tinfi!
j ey. Mrs. Louise Guy .- __ ,. I.I'|
education building and will bbe Mrs. L A. Canova, organist :I'Andrews and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. 500, although emergem-y measures it.. 'II Lautry (aIH o\e" ) straps onskates _ S 11 "'"iii, :!.,'!cc e\eiiM\t'! i .
entertained by Mrs Titus Olson. of music I oon reduced it to 2200. i iKash while! Barbara Hates fKaiford 5 .
will present a program Mrs Guy Andrews served re- {I The building will be located on r < it (chapel lHIII. N r
and will be assisted by Miss reshments during the social hour. Of Planning ,I,fie Bradford County side of New (right) gi\es the rinka S -. '.f' .I Ii '.".< pI.,;;i.i.! .' .
Since then, a great rash of dis- uhirl.Skating. ., .
June \Vedding Set Phyllis Edge, soloist, of Clear- ttel i; .' : iRiver. Fencing has been erected :' -:: .--n'!:.' .1"1. "- .; 1 ..
---i i ussion and !!
planning has been . .. .
traditional wedding .
water. The ; :\ ; .'. !h-" ,\ -
For Miss Henderson \Vesleyan Guild tarted. Things have been around the proposed site and "
marches will be used. I II I eompli- |1- New River Churches 'I 0.\:1:
I I ated by a batch of individual ,foundations are being poured. Activity
Miss Marian Elizabeth Hender The bride-elect will be given I The Methodist Wesleyan Service -''opinions delivered by prominent The 1953; Legislature provided Slate Mass Meeting '
in marriage by her father and I .:: .::.:. .:: :'
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son of Starke a corporal in the maid-of--honor,1 I Guild Unit Two will hold its I late figures. A week ago. the 90,000 for construction of a build- -" :: ;:o

T7 S. Marino Corps. will become has chosen as her I regular meeting and installationof State Senate prison committee inspected i1g for hardened offenders and For A miss uniting t "I f nrnibc-:

the bride of George Frantz Miller her sister, Miss Idell Landrum. I officers Tuesday evening at 8 I the prison and the group''':narcotic addicts. It was proposedto Teenagers from about 20 < hurt he-. ;m :11.! I
I N. Mrs J. H. Rau-
of Durham C.
sergeant: in the U. S. Marine lerson of Gainesville, Miss Imo- o'clock in the church sanctuary j met yesterday (Thursday* in Tal- !| use priVon labor. although this XeRiver Associatin A ill b, rpj

Corps. Quantico Va.. at a wed- gene Kelly of Destin and Frances lahassee. procedure would require 18 to 24 Started At USO held Thursday. July 5, at fc p in .
ding ceremony to be held Satur- )resbyterianVedding The Senate committee has largely 'nonths.I .
p :
Landrum, sister of the btide- in the Airpark Missionary
day evening June 30 at 7:30: I ] concerned itself with meeting Rip!

o'clock in the First Baptist elect, will be bridesmaids. Little banned By Miss Ivey the current overcrowding emergency -I,I'I Estimated: cost of the project With mller >ka1lnl:0., an adiitional List Church. SIN MO.N Tl' KS

Peggy Rogers niece of the bride- I it is investigating the possibility -i 1 LOw has been scaled up to $l2Zi-; / drawing ( ard. hundreds of: ;|, p.eLa,' Conway. association July 1 23;
<--hurch A reception will follow elect, of Gainesville will be flower of Miss Billie Jo 000. If a contractor is
The utilized
wedding of to Bradford !!
County
(1)) a stepped up parole ]t I high school sIn secretary, said emphysis would i DOUBLE FEATURE
the ceremony in the church edu girl and Coiky Siefferman. Ivey to Charles Adams, both of I program, which permits release of i'speed up the work to relieve overCrowded j I uents are participating In the be on :young people, and every- i The Second -
I
cation building. nephew of the bridegroomelectof Alexander City Ala., will take rehabilitated prisoners before their i, conditions, the cost will I I nightly activities of the Summer one is invited. GreatestSex

No invitations are being issued I I St. Petersburg, will be ring- place Sunday noon immediately I terms expire, and (2)) transfer- be higher. I'T Program.I ,

but all friends and relatives of bearer following the church service at ling 400. or so additional prisoners I I Prison Supt. HeWitt Sinclair, I roller skating aspect of the :I! in TKCHIM'OLOK: :

Dennis Smith of Tampa will the First Presbyterian Church. .1.: the 38 road camps maintained who is reported to lean toward program stems from a bit of initi-: ;I 2:30 o'clock at the Arnie Tomp- \'tith Jeanne Train and

the couple are invited to attend be: Mr. Siefferman's best man and I Miss Ivey. the sister of Mrs '1 by the Florida Road Department. 1'construction of a new prison elsewhere ative and the eagerness of the II'j kins Ball Park one mile east of 'I, OorenI Mamie

the wedding and reception. serving as ushers will be Barry W S. McAhley, and Mr. Adams Population Reduced I does not object to the con students thl'm>elws. I I Lawtey. Admission is 50 cents -AND -

Anderson of Brooklyn, N. Y., Pete will be united in marriage by I! Meanwhile, the prison population Many of the students chipped in..'
jstruction because it i The
serves the
..- .o ,I lions. West Palm Beach. George: Rev. McAliley, pastor of the ,j jI has been successfully reduced by i)purpose of ?2 each to purchas? the skates I' I I Vanishing
segregating '
---- prisoners
Lewis of Miami and Johnny I church. other measures. Abbout 250 women -' I while others pay a 35 cent rental ChiropractorFor AmericanIn
nto groups easier to handle. Ad-
Kopelousos of StarkeNo Friends of the family are cordi- prisoners were moved from fee.
ALL Straw Hats invitations are being sent i t ally invited to attend. the Raiford prison to the Florida ninistration of the unit will be I I The money was used to purchase With Soott TlU'COLOi
: Brady anti \iulrf
o problem since it is >
near exist- 30
locally but all friends of the couple I Correctional Institution for Women pairs of skates. Another Tucker

ALL Summer I are invited to attend the wedding I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 I at Lowell earlier this month. ,[iig facilities. I I 10 pairs are on order. i jl'lus Cartoon ((100 J't'rt'f'ntir

and the reception ( This move alone made housing I' Some groups, notably the State Some of the money was i Arthritis
ceremony I I Conditioned!
Sport Coats I whiih will immediately follow BROOKER !i vailable for 400 men and enabled I I Senate prison committee which (j also used to make an improvised '! )

the ceremony at the Starke Wo- i pi iron authorities to spread out :met at Raiford a week ago tend I jtkating rink out of the danl'e' Whil. it is true thatitamins, Wed Thurs -- July 1.3:
j Jie population. ::to believe extra funds floor in the old USO bUilding. minerals and !proper diet iiiayreIie.
I man's Club.Ijames prison j for the i DOUBLE FEATURE
jj: By Mrs. E. B. Castlen ': In addition during 1athe. building will be j' Guard rails and a music speaker: \.' thE> pain of arthritis, thebenefits I
provided in
Ju-
I a City Across
I The
ALL Summer j I I 1 derived limit- River
H. Raulerson ......... .........., I:oad Department accepted 175 ,J-,* special session of the LegislaIture. -I! system were provided. ed. The areery "
most
Sport Shoes :I jrisoners into the State road I'I i! Xow supervised skating; has relief from this With11'1111"11: :McXally and *>ue

And Miss Kelly Wed iMr Ii i We extend our deepest and amps. This is double the usual I I Plans ;been part of the program for 10: painful disease can only U derixisl Kn: :Iand

j heal tfelt sympathy to the families ;'I number of convicts transferred call for 80 cells, each | rights. Established hours are when Chiropractic adjustments ., AND -
Thomas and Mrs. '' measuring six by twelve feet. Con- ; arc given al",,:: with thevitaniiis
I and Mrs J. P. Kelly an- I of Mrs. Tioy 'monthly. Ii i iI j Monday through Friday from 7:30 Girls In the Night
Mann, who died last week i iI I The' : ations: will determine whether to 10:30: and! niiiiiT.ils.sinee .
( Nancy p.m.
fl % I nounced the marriage of their I I I i :State Road Department i | With ,'uy(''-lIullll'n. dlcniu I'arrell.
here -
i I only daughter Kathryn to James I I Mrs. C. B Stallings came home maintains 3'of\ these road camps I'in each will cell.Sinclair be. one or two priraners j! The skating rink is primarily a ('hiruJlradi it. restores Patrieia ll.inly. (len K..t>erN
Hardy Raulerson, son of Mr. and from the hospital in Gainesville potted around the State. Prison project of Tom Casey. assistant | 1..mtN"C'h'
I I normal (tint lion to each organ; llarte.v jurd .J.tt I l'nfleGretne .
Mrs Hardy B. Raulerson of Santa I Monday. James Padgett is letupI abor is used for road mainten- I I recently told Rep. Doyle j,: EHS principal. who wanted something of tlu body, it i.. unwise to invest J
OFF home of his daughter tnce.I :K: Conner of j .special: for high school students -
I Fe. which took place on June I crating at the Staike that 300 of I in vitamins and minerals :! ('art",," for ('hildren
; IS in Kingsland, Ga. j I! Mrs. Cora Stokes in Gaines- j I I \\ hipllin:: Buy? I II I he approximately 2.200 inmates during the Summer vacation i. until the hwly ran projM-rlv digest -

: The bride is a graduate or ]Iville I after spending several days ,I I Cries for construction of a should be kept under maximum,! period. Casey is assisted by and assimilate them. Fri. Sal. --_- July f; 7

BUS, class of '51 I and attended I 1 in Bradford County Hospital in '':new super-duper prison in, the I/ ecurity. II j, Coaches. J. C. Hobbs and \\'. E. !i ijCnswell. ),'Arthritis.. and oilier inflammatory 1 DOUBLE FEATURE

: two years at U of F where she i iI 'I Staike. W S. Suggs and son I Southern region of the State have I This may cause the Legislature nilitioiis I consult I _v "rChiropractor I The Tender TrapCIVKMAsroi'K
Jel'ry..t'l'e both in Alachua General -! risen. This has led some in Uia.l- Casey saij over 100 youngsters I '
la a member of Alpha Omicron to the TO.I\V.
I modify
original SO-cell :
Pi social Hospital last week. Marcia lord County to believe the May 17 (! ap- a night avail themselves of USO : ::
ALVAREZSTORE sorority.Mr. I propriation. One '
I Ann Green spent one night in the I prising is being used as a whip- plan under con- facilities regularly. Besides skating I With Trunk inatrn and IMilii
Raulerson is a graduate ideration by the State House '
i ,
: Alachua Hospital last week. ing boy in an effort to transform pri- :' ping pong and similar activities BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC ItfMKil.lAND!-
I : of Alachua High School and served son committee is construction of a'
taiford into a State institution. are availabe. -
attended i secondary -
Mott -
in the U. S. Navy. lie is nowemployed I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert 00-inmate maximum security I j
the Watermelon Festival But. he admitr. it i i.- the u.llei Ambush At
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at the University of I building.This
in.
Florid.1. i in XC\\ berry Saturday night Tomahawk
;, opinion on the issue: I plans includes the buildingof [ Gao
After Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett had 3 Blocks Xorth
a weks wedding trip j of Tost OfficeIn ;
I Ito
Prison Supt. Sinclair. somewhat a prison factory for the manu- I With John HiMliak ami John
EST. 1894 Lookout Mountain, N. C., the j| as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and I acture of school Lawtey BaseballThe Starke I
erepting the reasoning of former, desks with the DerekPlus
their Mrs. Johnnie Walker of Jackson- j
young couple are making '
'Supt. Chapman. believes Raiford urpose of giving the inmates Modern: :Methods serial C'li.uiter tCartoon
I home at 703 N E. 6th St... 1: yule Sally Dees of Lakeland and ul uf'-I Laptev whi'e: baelall'team I Lady
.:-""',. : '. .": .. p Garnesville.IEcfc j I Everett Padgett of Gainesville i iI I IMr i as reached the limit of safe and employment and !;a'jngthe I II I will play the Lawtey coil Assistant Steam Baths I For C'lIiMr'n
I I conomical operation. He i is oppos- axpayers money. ', !ied team Sunday afternoon at !
and Mis. Lloyd Padgettwere I c I to having too many prisoners I ---_- ._,,;..,
Mr. and Mrs. E. t,. < == -== -
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(\i WeekendSPECIALS I Mr. and Mrs Freddy Clark and |EOlution.Agricultural Commissioner Nat- I Be Cooking with GrAS NextWeeki WATCH FOR OUR 1:1: :

:: family and Hoyt Home of Lake Inn Mayo urged Gov. Leroy Col- I .
City were visiting Mr. and Mrs. i ns to make a new state pn.vm atP ;

.* : Lloyd Clark Saturday. priority matter for the special

-' 5 X AT Jimmy Clark is enjoying a 1! ession of the Legislature whichJ 'OPEN HOUSE'FRI. HI:':'!

week of camping at Camp Bland- : expected to be called in July.

ing sponsored by the WOW. ,Since Mayo is executive head of I;,H

visiting Betty Melba Alvarez Tetstone of Starke Saturday was'! he prison bears system much his weight.recommendation :: 1, ., SAT. -- JULY 6-7 Ii::!

I afternoon llI'riff.tot ;;;;;= q/ ,_p.

KOCH'SI i The Florida Sheriffs Assn. called Ihl
Mr and )[1':;. Ruey Tetstone of for AT THE
I "immediate action to pro-
I OcaKi spent the weekend with'y ide greatly expanded and mote r-i I2J: IIPII',I
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I Mi and Mrs. George Tetstone. ''a rodern facilities for the state "
1 HARRY C. 1:1:
Mr and Mis. N. D. Thomas of I rison f, 'stem." Whether the asso- I __ ELROD 1:1II,
Bayless Hiway were visiting Mr. iation wants expansion of the II

I I, and Mis Shirley Tetstone Sun rison, or construction of a new I t ; : i AF' FURNITURE COMPANY 1:11:

] ne, is not plain. -
I day.Mr -- ,
and Mrs. Kenneth Russ 1 1 GoCollins asked the Constitution -I I

1 and son of Melbourne LivingstonRuss < Advisory Commission to pro- (FORMERLY DRIVERS; ; FUHMTfHE ('0)

BATHING CAPS -- I of Apopka and Mr. and I) ose "a new constitutional baser A DOWN PAYMENT / :

: Mrs Sonny Dukes of Lake Butler :1) a prison and correction pro- j You Can Register NOW I

PICNIC SUPPLIES (j) ( were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I ram for the state. ." What will '

I'i Russ last weekend. pring from this recommendations I FOR FREE PRIZES !

BEACH SUPPLIES Mr and Mrs. L. Padgett were : not known. :

I visiting Mr and Mrs. J. L. \\' -:j State Sen. Ted Cabot of Ft. Lauderdale -. OF F ONLY $8 SO That will be given away Saturday, July 7, at 4:00 I II

ters in Lake Butler Saturday i j said the Senate prison j I I'M. You do not have to be to win.
e ': night.! committee will likely endorse I present
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I onstruction of a new state :
Mr. and Mrs. J. E Waters and pen- i

I family and Mrs. Bertha Stokes of. I II brrngsyo .
II I complete (
'Dundee relatives I [ FREE FREE FREE
SUN j
GLASSES were visiting
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I and friends here |. with Laverne Dyal. i I

SUNBURN LOTIONSSPORT Mr and Mrs. RudJ and son ; Sylvia Jones of Graham was

I Bob and Sanford Strickland of I! visiting with Mrs. Theo Dyal I HANDY FLAME GASSYSTEM Dixie Gas Range Val. $179.95

Atlanta, Ga. spent the weekendin SundayMr. := .c- )

e I Palatka with Leslie Sapp. and Mrs. Earl Green visit- !

i Mr and Mrs. Pitt Baxter and ed Mrs. C. B. Stallings in the .
Mrs Doris Kelly were in Gaines- hospital in Gainesville last Friday 32-Pc. Wm. Rogers Silver $ 9.95
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CAPS I yule on business Friday and had as supper guest ReI I __ ;
Mrs Mattie Sowells has been C. B. Stallings.

FISHING TACKLE j vacationing in South Florida this I Mrs. Lucille Edwards and Mrs I Installation Includes 200 Pounds of Gas 21Pc. Set of Waterless I

( l j past month. Among those she Bill Bigham were in Gainesville I Cookware

Children's Swim TrunksTHERMOS I I, visited were Mr and Mrs J. W MondayMr. I And A Sparkling, New, Full-Size $79.50 : II

J I Forsyth; in Plant City, Mr. and and Mrs. Frank Tinney -- -- ---- -_ ____-_ __ -_ _
Mrs Avery Craig in New terry., have as house guest this week

O I' Mr and Mrs. Henry Tucker of I Frank's mother from Fredrick. DIXIE GAS RANGE DOOR ii1!
Lithia Mr and Mrs Sam Davis Md.Mr. PRIZES TO ALL!

of Okeel hobee. and Mrs. Casse and Mrs. P Victory I p.

JUGS ;, Lauremore in St. Petersburg Jr. and family of DeFuniak .. '
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; --- .. FREE Coffee and Doughnuts
I i Mr and Mrs. Ralph Neitles I Springs were visiting Mr. ana I Now every rural and suburban homeowner -C-.n- -enjoy !'fit'l!'
ICE CHESTS were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred I Mrs. Earl Green and Mr andMrs. I ,
the modern conveniences of for cleajTccokicg Balloons For The Children : i
Miller in Trenton Sunday. j I :: Ernest Edwards recently. '! gas i

THERMOS BOTTLES Lt. and Mrs. Loyal Dougla.; I I Mr. and :Mrs: Guy Parrish and' automatic water heating, silent refrigeratioa adcwyj tt! I

and family of Charleston S C !i family attended a barbecue supper I I Ii I home heating Yes, our Budget Plan paves the way to ::

i spent the weekend with Mr. and j|I in honor of Mrs F. L. Klick- !, BE SURE TO ATTEND :1
I a modern world of
new convenience for YOU.
gas !
'Mrs J K. Douglas. i er of Jacksonville. X. C. at the ::
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II _ Rubber Toys !'I. I
/":'\ '" Mrs Bobby Dyal and Mrs L. L. i home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W |"

Inner Tubes Inl spent Saturday in Jackson- j Whitehead in Lake Butler Saturday -j II
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Iii Mile with Mrs. Harold Sorrells : '
night.
r rr Mrs Theo j jMr j HARRY C ELROD FURNITURE E COMPANY :
_' SnorkelsSwimming Dyal was visiting and Mrs X J Cook ofj i .
Mrs A. H Hall in Jacksonville ]
If ': i| Mobile. Ala. and Mrs. Cecil Cook i iI ,

1 .; i-ff5 Glasses Thursdav j I of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs i Jt I 21* TEMPLE .\"E. ( FORMERLY DRICf.ERS) PHONE i I.:} I .1

Ma k MfDavid of Gainesville! I Beulah Harrell and family Sunday j!'", .
I i is sp !Himg.l few davs this 'Aiek::lIht Ik:
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAUKE FLORIDA I' \(.F. rivr
FRIDAY Jl'XE 2''. 1936
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I Mr. and :Mrs. Maxie Catter Sr Mr and Mis V- mon Ayloe Mis W G Godinii 1 1dren. :! othe:w.se the allegations cf' said :> THK TO APPF.R i Clerk of the ('.r.'u.t Court.
I I' I Cumpla.iit! will be taken as ri n- In Cirrult.uri. Bradford Comrlr. r!y Marian 1.. Crotly, l>"[. ..tvetli1'o .".. i-k
I visited H. D. Carter and Mr. and and hildren of Miami spen last who have been xisiting her fetstd ty you. Florida: In t'kaucery1I -

Mrs Henry Carter at Maxville' week with! Mrs. Henenf.a Hunt. I mother. Mrs. Bertha Pearce leftThuisday Tina notice Mall be published :i ,.. -" '. ': .-.1 i i 1./-1./ 1'I: : I
I Ohio once each week fur four con ecutl\- I 1'1.' !. HI' in, l p. ,
Cleveland. tv
Mis. Hunt iur I lirtllltliHIX -
Saturday of
guests .
on Sunday. .. t !j,4. '
weeks in the: Bradford County Tele i i \ : .
I'robalrrl.
were Mr and Mrs Bill D Clarke join Mr God,'.in and make thet:! graph. :>ollie To Aapeari i! .rrw l'i ISo
:Mr. and Mrs. H C. Sith: and I 'n 'I he I'.rt Of I he I miiiM ImUi'.
I :: and family of Leesburg and Mrs. home .'. 1 .1 I i. I I. ',' T. I. n I I.. f.imiri..in.. na:, ,, llr.ldlord lounK. t'lnrido.
son Scott ana Sandra Stith of (OFFICIAL sEALI: Charles A. Darby t..t'/i' mi ...1,1.i "iI i-. '..'!. In I'robair
Washington. D C. are spending Mrs. A. L Sullivan and Miss : Mrs. W. D. Holhngswoith* Clerk df the Circuit Tour' ; 1..t.i I i--: ,.1. '1' : I. v ,x
I IMarian; L. Crosby, ivnutv Cl<>rk .,
C.Ar7vN three weeks' with Mrs. H. L. Ann Griffith of Miami were : in Fort White last week visiting t; 1: ; ... You are hereby notified ttit a '' I. 111-,1 1 rrdiCorx and rr...ii' H.i> -

THE NEWS Brownlee and at the Brownlee I weekend guests of Mrs. D WI relatives. suit I iia fir.r.-p' ins ..lai .... or llrotauK '_..u."i
Beach I I Moore. Sunday guests of Mrs I 011(1. 10 M'I'IMU has been filed against:' you In the said i'..tae:
at St. Augustine i Dave Paulk and -
cottage daughter Sylvia In (inilit < !; above named cause
rr '> Moore were her son and daughter t-'lonUu In 4 hnnt-rr ,
Patch and and 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Er- : to a .1'1".1..1 I.ina .1 j'
I Mr and Mrs X. T. .. you are required serve copy ,
Marv K: .1..1.- n. 1'l.i.ntitf.' v 1. and d. .iii.ii'.l- .
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\\ imi 1 :M' :M \\ L.,'] .'' Alining Uw \ .-'DI-; of Mrs I children, Diane and Buster of -in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. vin Andre1.1'" deep sea fishing .t.u.rI! !I. .L"I.-..n I'. I.iul.iiit i t.f your answer or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the II.I i ,..1011I.. may .1 e h \

hxv. i* giwM- l1I1.ng I ho Fourth B.l: n'yld: .I" .1: and baby son Miami are spending this week [ Moore and sons of Archer.Mr. at Cedar Keys las: Friday I.-r Xo. J.I-UT4 complaint on the I'M.il.. ol( ';U11../K .,i .

i! ..luiwetk. : :Mr and :\11 s. M Hian. I m the Lake Shore Hospital in I with their parents. Mrs. Came and :Mrs. Steve Barefoot Mis. B.-tty Newts of Miami is : Notice T..: \.\T.IPI''lIr i":: .1-11 r* .1.,. k-iu.. whi-.' : Louis T. Uan'om. 316 Protesslon-I t'i nilw of..t said Ir.I.It.j CVui '! "", 't I II ,
Mrs. Leo Lake City last week were Mrs of North Carolina were visiting r MC!> n .nut .ulilu i. i i> Malt: hl. ..finr in .
and !
and family Hitch and Mr. and Mrs. Floya visiting Mi ana Mis William al Building, "
I'l"tv I. I K* idU(! iit-ir ?ia .. ,
I "ml
Freeman C..unty v :
Mrs Effie Johns and of a
son office
Mrs Barney McRae Sr Mr. and Mrs.F. and file the original In the
Elliot: Atlanta, Mr. and Green. North You are hereby notified that a suit ,ntliii "eight: i .1..id. '''.
Lame of St Simons Island M Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. A Wednesday. Mrs. Barefootis I I... .11\| "I. i. .iri i t.-l.nl> and ..11' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on'r h- unit- ..I' tl, t .,.!
Charles Mr and Mrs. E. C. Roberts of the former Miss Myrtle Oliverof t'.1 1 ..! ini'.iir hiM: 1 l.tfi-u' ne "" ,)I-,> "f Ju'>-l hiv ....Ii. ... Ki '.
Mr B. U Qumn and daughi H. Harley. JrMr.. and Mrs. Glen has been filed against In the ,
Daytona Beach and Mrs. J. J Mrs. Ethel A. Thomas you 11956 the allegation cf 1 Hall Inin ui lie -
i Wanda of Inverness. Mr and Conner and Mr. and Mrs Cary Baldwin daughter of Mr. and I above named Court and cause and ; otherwise ''It' pia.e.1 r.. ,
J. Holland of Holland. Va. spent you are required to serve a copy of 'said Complaint will te taken a* ', ,' .
ad.ln'
Mrs Lonnie E. Oliver. e I I a :
Mrs R N. Carswell \VaycroM, N'asworth. all of Starke. I several days last week with Mr Passes After Illness your answer or pleading to the confessed by you. 't,hail ,... >\11 i.rn t h. .

nnd T-Sgt and Mrs. L. J. Kichmlson Betty Jean Martinez of Jacksonville and Mrs. Carl Roberts Mr. and Mrs. C. R Oakes and complaint liiiiT on K.t.i-i'i the Plaintiff.1'i ""r"I'Attorney--I"M- This notice snail b e published 1>I.' ai:<*nt. his ittu '... ., 't

of Valdosta. is spending two weeks I I I daughter Bobbie will leave Saturday Funeral services for Mis. Ethel I ..1 tttn.il.nK: J.i. k-,ntit.! 1. Fi. I once each week fur five consecuive hall! h claim I.,.- \....i.l.or i1-! t d I II. : '

Mr and Mrs. Roy Shaw of Val- with her grandparents Mr. and Summer Clearance Dresses, for two weeks vacation : Andrews Thomas 4v of Brooker. ,,and file the original In the office weeKs In the Bradford County 1 1uFFlt'IAL "hail.M :;. h".....
!Shorts. Skirts, and Bathing suits, with their Mr. and Mrs ', of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on \ ..dnau-ir.,:.>t ..r ,
i parents held the Antioch Telegraph.n
of Monday In .
' at J.1.il.! ,, Thur., Fri., sat. ', -I, IV, I I .1.."' I I" ." .1 '::11'1. 'KUHKALVAREZ' P. ,
of |
the allegation ] .
Mi and Irs Tyler Jones. I P. E. Oakes and Mr. and Mrs : Baptist Church. 1956; otherwise ': 4'i' .I,. ... "., .i", .
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mdlae said Complaint will be taken as !SEAL) Charles A. Parby ,
Brownlee returnedto Balk .
Mr and Mis. Eston Jordan and I' :Miss Mary : U. S in Nashville Tpnn.I Mrs Thomas died June 23 in confessed by you. ( "
vacationing last I Sr had as visitors over the weekend Baltimore. Md. on Sunday after I and ,then on to Anniston. Ala. to I II the Alaohua General Hospital in This notice. shall be publishedonce

week hildren in were St. Augustine Daytona I''I Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Wells and ten days visits with her mother I visit Mr. and Mrs. A A. Robin : Gainesville following an extended each in the week Bradford for four County con.ecutneweeks Tele-

Mrs. Ralph Hewett of Atlanta. Mrs. II. L Brownlee. Dr 1m'III '
Beach I son. illness. -raph. 1M Men's Clothing j
Bearh and New Smyrna Ga. and W. J Wells of Longwood. I'..:.-" thi- :i .1.! .> ..f J.u.. I' j
James L. Strth also returned to Mrs. Mae Hawkins and son. include her mother. STORE
Mr and Mrs. Charles E. I I Survivors Official Seal Charles A. DarbyClerk I Established 1894 i ii
Among those from Starke at- D. C. on Thursday of the Circuit Court
Knight of Gainesville were Sunday I Washington I Paul, of Waldo and Miss Mary Mrs. Florence Dyal Andrews of Mar. L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Ey an i
evening visitors of Mrs. D tl'ndinsthe wedding and reception after three weeks visit with :Mrs Chesser of Gainesville were Sun- Lake Butler: husband. Troy D t. -" j' : ""

E Knight. Saturday afternoon of Miss H. L. BrownleeMr. I day dinner guests of Mr. and Thomas; two daughters Joan Es-

Dr. and :Mrs Calvin Houpt returned Barbara Weichle to Thomas and Mrs. Harvey McCarthyand '. Mrs Titus Olson. The birthday telle Thomas of Jacksonville and

Wednesday after spending Hearst at the Keystone Heights children and Mrs. Mott of anniversaries of Paul and Mary I Patricia Louise Thomas of Brook HART'S

Community Church were Mr. and the weekend with celebrated at this time. Donald Lawton Tho-
a week in Dallas Texas whereDi Starke spent Were : er; a son I
Houpt attended the American Mrs. Lowell Mathews, E. S. Bee- the Denver Devrick family at Mr. and Mrs. T. H Slade. Sr i. mas of Brooker; a brother V llie I

Academy of Osteopathic Sur- be Mrs Lester Humphries Mr Bedford Lake. i j were in Orlando on Tuesday I Andrews of Lake Butler: and ''I '

geons. and Mrs. Lou Hillendahl and Mr I Mr and Mrs. Joe Robinson of where Mr. Slade attended an L I three sisters Mrs. Virgie Caut- I Summer

Mr. and Mrs J M Edwardsand and Mrs. Cula Coran I Newton, N. C. were overnight I P Gas Assn committee meeting. hen of Lake Butler Mrs. Iris Gar:

daughters. Gayle and Diane Mrs. B. R Quinn and daughter. guests Sunday of Mrs J. H, I :Mrs: C. G. Price of Quincy 1 of LaCrosse and Mrs. LouiseZant

spent from Friday to Tuesday Wanda of Inverness and Miss Fields. I, spent last week with :Mr and of OcalaOfficiating i

Beach. Gloria Carswell of Way-cross Mrs. William Nonis. I was the Rev. L H.
In Daytona Mr and Mrs.V M. Edwards I
Summer Clearance Dresses spent the weekend with Mr. and spent last week in Bradenton T. H. Slade Sr is in Orlando' Crawford assisted by the Rt'1 1

!Shorts Skirts, and Bathing Suit., Mrs M. W. Lance. Wanda and with Mr. and Mrs. H M. Willis. today Friday to attend the Exe-I Orie Thomas. Interment was in

at Leila's, Thurv, Fri., Sat Gloria remained with their grand- They also spent Wednesday at cutive Board on Missions meet- Antioch Cemetery. :

Gary Harris is visiting his parents this week. I Beach. insof the Methodist Church. Pallbearers included J T. Sow- '

grandparents.: Mr and Mrs. Eric Mrs. Ted Osborne returned to' Daytona several I 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews I ell. R. E. Thomas Jesse Thomas. '' syt
Mike Reddish spent
Moore in Broxton. Ga. this week. her home in Houston Texas on I left Thursday for Lack- : Muil Hines, Billy Cooter and J
week with S-Sgt. and
last
Mr and Mrs. Morris Steiner of Sunday after spending two weeks days land AFB San Antonio, Texas I II M. Hines !

Jacksonville were Sunday visitors with her parents Mr. and Mrs Palm Mrs Dolph Beach. Reddish at West I after spending ten days!; with I II 2 Only Friday and Saturday June 29 30
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their Mr and Mrs. Dave
cf 1Ir.' and Mrs. I. E. Clark A. Wood. parents Union Service Series
Little Evelyn Thomson of Month Paulk and Mir and :Mrs.: Reddish
Mr. and Mrs George Flynn Miss June Clark of Miami was
Jr and sons. Reg and Gray of visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.I -ello is spending den days with Andlews.I Set By City ChurchesThe

Tampa are spending two weeksat E. Clark over the weekend. her grandparents, Mr. and MrsF. I Mrs. Richard Ray and sons of --r--Ml SOFA BED
F Stump.Mr. I Jacksonville! spent Wednesdaywith annual !summer series of
the Gray cottage on Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parkerof
Lake and Mrs. J A. Budd Jr I her parents Mr. and MrsJ. Sunday evening union services.

S attendedthe Daytona Beach were visitingthe I and two children of Jacksonville S. Sapp. sponsored by three Staike churches FULL SIZE
Rev. W. McAliley
L. S. Hutto family over the I t\ REGULAR; I'KICE: S65.H5 I:
annual meeting of the Synodof weekend.Mr. were Sunday visitors of Dr. and All Straw ilat<. Summer; !Sport II' will tegin this Sunday a: 8 t
Middleton. Also visit- C'oats Summer Shoes p. m. in the First Methodist
Florida at the Presbyterian Mrs. W R Sport
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Mrs ; PRICE
and T. F. Hutto and SALE
damn in Clearwater from Tuesday ing the Middletons on Monday 20 |HT cent ojf ALVARK/: J Church Rev. W. S. McAhlev 1hr
family of Jacksonville last ,
spent
Mrs. Mae Jones anti grand TORT I pastor of the First PresbyterianChurch
to Thursday of last week. were
Mr and Mrs. R. M Griffin of week Lake.at their rottage on Brook- son. :Mike of Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs Clinton Normanwere will bring the messageCooperating
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the
Tampa are spending the summerat Mr. and :Mrs. Charlie Cowen Mrs Daisy Perryman has returned -, recent visitors of S- g-t. and in serviceswhich -

their cottage on Santa Fe and sons left Thursday for a to the home of her daughter i and :Mrs Dolph Reddish at Wesf, will continue the throughiul Methodist:> $49.95nlHOLSTElmn
and August, are
Lake. month's vacation. Two weeks will Mrs Del Colley. after spending Palm Beach. ,

Mr and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of be spent with Mr. Cowen's parents four months with her son-in- Mr and Mrs. X. K. Hurst and I II Presbyterian, and Christian con I

Atlanta Beach were visiting Mr. Mr and Mrs. C. H. Cowenin law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs I family of Indianapolis Ind. and I II gregations. bY

and Mrs Carl Mathews on Sun- Huntsville Ala. and the bal- A. M. Moore in Blackshear.: Ga I Homosassa were spend-the-day I II

: ance of the time with relativesin Rev. and Mrs. Elzie Bullard I guests: Thursday of Mr. and. lrs'l ('.\HIt or TII \>KS

I CayMr.. and Mrs. Wayne Douglas Nashville. Tenn. and Chicago and four children of Jacksonvillehave T H. Slade. Sr.. Mr. and We wish to express our deepest I: STEEL LAWN OK CHROME
rented the house at 210 Edkins Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. W. DINNETTE
the weekend S./
ft Jacksonville spent 111. /sincere thanks to the many I'fla.1 GLIDERS PORCH CHAIR
with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw. Mr .\ Street. Rev. Bullard i is Slade their
liver and friends who gave
Cowen and Mrs Ovid Bennett and son. the pastor of the Xorthside Baptist I Mr. and Mrs R. C. Dampier I kindness; ; sympathy and beautiful I Regular Price $5UI5; J> Regular Trite 11. ))3: SUITES

Mr and Mrs W. R. Walters ., Randy, and Dale Johns spent Sunday Church at the intersectionof i had as guests on SundayMir.! and floral offerings during the illness I

and daughter. Claire of FJeids- at St. Augustine Beach. I the Raiford and La-\tey roads.T. :Mrs. \\'. T. Zeigler and sons, and I and death of our beloved' Sale; 34.95 Sale Price .95 .- i!i'D.
Mr and Mrs. Talker Dampier ,
ville. Oa were weekend guests of Dr. T. G. Ritch and son Tom. S Wallace C. Cooleanit Mother and Grandmother, Mrs Price ,;

Mr and Mrs. E. D. Tenlv.. and H C. Brown spent the week- i his wife and daughter. Donna. j and children of .Jacksonville.! I Locoa Blount. Sincerely \oiusMrs. !

edn in Atlanta where Dr. Ritch I are spending three weeks with I Mrs. Edith Lovelace Mrs. W. ) Eunice Kelly! Box. Joan and Ai.mixmCHAIRS k tf\\ l\

1 I,I attended his 10th class reunion at I his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. F I P Stvers. and :Mrs.: Lucy Wallace David Box Claude G. Kelly. METAL

1 Emoi-v University. I Cooley at Kinsley Lake. Sgt i and daughters Debbie and 1 1I GLIDERS m 1 ,

1 1I Ml Straw Hats, Sumner Sport Cooley has been stationed in I Amanda of Shelby, >.'. C. are ('anva'. Seat and l Hack
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1I I Newfoundland for the past three visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Iiitdo- (Three Seat)
I Coats, Summer SH| rt Sinn's I I The '!:' -tiiu u ni Iunk. .f fir Regular Trice
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20 IHT wilt off at AI.V.\KK7.: years. He and his family will I bran this week (sty nf St.irke. FloiKin. will !I.. <.!,inr Regular Trice SI2.J3 59.95 up
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!1t.2-lrati..11 of Klntinli rluity Sl2595
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TOIL leave next week for his new assignment Mrs. Richard Flowers and Mrs. Hall in the fn>- of t.nk.! Sale Price
Mi and Mrs. Charles Co\\en Washington>ton. D. C. 'I Phil Constance of Gainesvillewere li.rnla. fium Krulay July IS. .1 t. '. Sale ]
I ]HCiS, froth :' A XI. I.. ". mi "I' 11aeh I 29.95
e.i and sons and Mr. and Mrs Glen and Bill McClane of At- Tuesday visitors of Mrs. D > day ,.\upt $aunday'. -, fi-.i,, Price BEACH CHAIRS
= ; L L Renfroe were recent visit- lir.ta and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. : I. Ratliff i .Mil A M I t.> II'I II. I..., k IP....!. .I
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lin-titrli S.iltinl.n .\IIKU-I J 11. \li. Res .S.7."iSale :{
oi-, of :Mi and Mrs C. F. Uen- i nd diughter. Cheryl. of :Macon I Mrs. Ethel Lowell is visiting !!I'.t!. 11' "H ... I I... k Itiiull. WINDOW tB1
i: nie and family in Tarpon ('a. are spending: this week' with relativies and friends in Chester.Pa. cm UK' =STXIIKI:. HJI IIII\ :METALGLIDERS SHADES Trice<<
: J l'i': ill .li.hh-. Hi: Kl" ttttn.nrfb I
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) }Ir. and Mrs George Flynn Sr. for a month. ,
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Spi mgs. ? I.i I i.; I01'lCE 7 i
Mr and Mrs. John Penne and :Mr. Phillips will join his family Mrs. R C. Weaver. Sr. of Miami I Ii Green or horySale i 198'
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sons. Douglas to t'1is't'l'kenI1. :Mr. and Mrs. J. is visiting her daughter. Mrs.: :\ TO .\PI'F..UI
recently moved 1
1* II Staike: from Sylvania. Ga. and are 1'uston' Mi-Clane and son. Jay of Hogan Smith and family. Mrs. [ In Florida{"Ir..nlt.urt.: In ('hnnrrrr.llliTiilil Ilmilfurd. County, Regular Trice 53: 1.9.5! :; l Price IQc

i residing. here in Pinehaven Subdivision Atlanta will join their family on Smith ana "Irs'ea'er are } .\ fi. iiB nin.IB.: Pliinur, .. I Sale AI CASH and CARRYSPECIAL
Ann I IL >Sp.nmill" 1 I' 1..l.!
the 95
raturday and will remain for spending the weekend in Unad- '
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Mr. Penne is a representative .1'" X" ln-Ii.4" 2
of at the Griffin rot I': .. ... To Price q.
of Forney Arc Weldersof month July illo Ga. visiting Mrs. J. R. Clewis Apprnr !
SON ..
JOHNS &
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CHARLEY :
Lake. -. T.i- \nn.i 1 II ": |"al1"I'r'h.! "
Fort Collins Colo. I age on Kingsley is and family .
-nl"- .mil ildt.--- I i- 1 Hiirhu
about this questionThe Mrs D. M. McMillan has returned I Capt. and Mrs Edward Silver' I Mrs. Kate Sheppard returned ; I .....t. I Iniiii .IMIIIII.,' \I'.'un--\ 1\.1111.! I CHROME
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and Jennle. You are hereby notified that a BARBECUE
to her home in St. Peters 1 ail and daughters Wynn Monday from Valdosta Ga.whl"l'e Fuit for divorce BAR STOOLS
; of Ft. Meade Md. were diner I gas been filed against in lie
is i on. 1 burg after spending a week with she visited :lI r. and Mrs. you GRILL
tourist I
season! of Mr. and Mrs. J. T, above named Court and cause and
I j guests WITII H.t'KRegular
what would her mother Mrs J. J. Rigdon. E S. Sheppard last week. lyOU are required to serve a copy of
hale to think : The Silvernails. Trice SG.93; :
Cad Roberts. Jr. of Orlando, Cuiglev Monday. David Coates and DavidJr. your answer or pleading to the Regular Price SfJ; 93;
if tornado or fire their va- son. complaint: on the TlalntlffaAtturiux
happen a ave been guests during
was home for the weekend.! of Philadelphia Pa. and Wil- :Jl.n I K S: Kilt h I' 'i.
would put us out of business Mrs. T. X. Lake- ation the past two weeks of Mr. 1'r.tt i i '. ":. : 'tuk' FI..t..le Sale Price Sale Price
Limbaugh of fred Coates of Wilmington. Dela. 4.95 195
during the next few months.Is nd Mrs. L. A. Wynn anti L. J.lynn I and file the original In the office I
land is visiting Mrs H. L. Brown- State's Attorney were guests last week of Mr and lof the Clerk cf the Circuit Court ct
the \ of Hampton -
there insurance to before the
pay
lee Mrs J. E. Futch. ,
and Mrs C. L. Scholl
and Mrs. T. E. Duncan of and family :'"th 1:1\| ..' I rah: 1 Uli.;
cost of operating in temporary Mrs. Del Colley and Mrs. Per-
CinesviUe. and Mrs..1.:
quarters, and the loss of ryman had as dinner guests Wed- and Mr. left !
of Ocala. They
Hazen
I1.
income if our present l locationwere nt'sday.Ir. and Mrs. E K. Ferry
Jr. and two children of | ail}' Tuesday morning to returnti I
deMroyed: man.

Bethlehem. Pa., Comer Perryman Ft. MeadeAmong those out of town who I For Sale -- Homoja Quonset Units

I of Jacksonville and Judge and!
E. Johns I were here to visit Mrs Laura
Charley Mrs E K. Perryman of Staike
Johns on her 91st birthday anniversary -
Jim Ritch recently visited his
mother Mrs. Addie Ritch in Clover last Sunday were Mi .\ limited number of these. Homoja Quonset Unit Huts These Homoja Quonset type huts have many uses. 'an

& Son AgencyPhone S. C.All and Mrs. Joe Braden, Mrs Her- (a metal housing snit) approximately ;56 feet long and 21 feet
Mrs B W be made into roadside filling stations and living small
t >it Dahl! Mr. ana quarters,
Straw Hats, Summer Sport wide. A used: surplus hut Known and designated i as a Homoja
Reddish .
Curry and Miss Myrtle
Coats, Summer Sport MUM all of Jacksonville! and Mi' and j jMrs ''I I Unit. stores and shops diners, and for ,'ariou.busin s. Just
13 Starke, Fla.TTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTT 20 !per rent off at .ILI'.\REL '11'I I
: STORK. Payne Wheat and Mrs \ I Each Homoja (}uon>et consists of two rea nably'sized right and comfortable for lake cottages or hunting and fishing

ginia McGuire of Orlando Many efficiency apartmt'ntsith two separate entrances. Each apartment

Starke friends also called on Mrs ( has a cooking stove heating sto\e. hot water heater, lodges and many other good uses. A great combination for

THEATRE !' Johns:Ml.Nancy! duringthe Adkins dav has moved j shower hath mom lavoratory. and toilet. with two bedrooms weekends and extra guests. Could be cut in half, making twohuts

of and combination living room and dining room. and can accommodate -
) into one of the apartments of 28 it easier for
SIARKE Mrs L M. Clark on Bessent eight persons Can be mould on jour lot in a short approximately 21 by making travelingas

Road and Mr. and Mrs Dick'' as a trailer attached to your car by adding wheels and a hitch.

Dedicated To Community Service Solze ana baby. Shervl, are oc-1 i

ooHorlre An Better Than Eter": rupving Mr and Mrs.Mrs.Clark's James cottage A. Lewis i I For Sales Information, Inspection, Price, Etc., Contact

concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
It find name
cut you ad out and your present it to.Box Office forFREE TICKETS were funeral in Apopka services Thursday for::0 Mr attend j PHILIP P. VITSKY, P. O. BOX 486, OR PHONE 425.J, STARKE, FLA.

Lewis' brother G. Kirk Lewis j .

SAT. JUNE 30 SUN.. MON.. Tl'ES. j I who died Tuesday in an Orlando j -
I .
JULY 1 :.. :3SrLuattBioimanMGYJFTE hospital after a brief illness Ini i 1 '

Dot IH.E FKATIKK .I I terment will be in the familv I j ji I

__ MTKK i i plot m Evergreen Cemetery it ( THII I8ATMT'IEClv1.vGQ. !

$1"'iOHNHJlYNE.THE Friday aiteinivm .r
'J.rper
ROBERT I j g t : .'
ClNEUAScOPt 2 o'clock II II III

SEARCIlERS'.J\ !Summer Clearance Dresses. It H ) I
&wv wff**JT. *. 8v ....... r'Ar
I
B Cej
''HAiM RiverofMflHROl B JEFFREY HUNTER VERA ViSTAVISlON :shorts, :skirls, and Bathing Suit. ';'/ .1'y r LIVING Q CININ6 zOJ.M

; I at l.il.i%. Thur.. Fri., sat. .. -
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WARD BOND NATALIE WOOD TECH OIORIr ) I I i.tE 15' I elvuf
( NbjteturnM -,Ui H I..i..l' .aww ,li..*t r.rw- Mrs. Mane McMilhn of St @ O
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M S :- "* dsa 1i Ali Petersburg who has been \!.lt. ,
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JOHN FORD rtirti 1"1
.ilium = rig her mother. Mrs! Aselene Rig ...' ..." '.::

I'liis "C'lix-knuikers l)u$" ( art..n don ani brother-in-law and Sls-1 ; \ c. _.

\ I) ter. Mr and Mrs J L. Gen: sI (

\\ ed Thur and Fri. tetiiined home 1'uesJ:1h: ,' \\ .is l' i -

July 1 I. 5, Ii i iAl ,h."ntpanied home by her :!nn-I: \I/ / 4 t(

her to spend the lest of the | M J, '

IcLt4 l Rtc MirCKOCiiS \uvk Vida Jean Gt'ntn'.11 I

., TOT >: a\e Friday for St Pe'e>'shire

MAM WHO anompany her gnr.i'.rr.ot'.t'rj II

: $ KNEW TOO" j I I: erne Sunday SEO .zcotl ego ROO,", a ?.3M BED ROOM II
L HTJCtt P J Clarke of Tampa j i

? (ISTi !9111! Mr :and Mrs. Robe M'.ik: ji

i'hildren! visited fi.er.d-: ." i
IMus m-ltrM! Milture! ( "- ..
: Tenn lismeek
Plus .Rise Of I)U(on Lang Ciiattanooga.
there went sightseeing .. y
While the MENJ"O.y J6'
toon and thapt. Xo. 8 serial Carton .
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I The daughter and sons of :Mrs.: .
I Minnie Philips gave a birthday! HI 11 -
LAWTEYIJy \ I dinner for her at the home of I !I illl1d'' !

| Mr. and :Mrs.: Coleman Phillips .
Mrs. Joyce T. FutchLAALLAALuVAAAAAuuuu in Waldo last Friday e\enmg

I, Those enjoying this lovely dinner I

I with Mrs. Phillips and her familywere 1 ,
Daniel Masaey left last I week Mr. and :Mrs: Fate Redd and I > { f \

for Ft. Monmouth, X J where I family of :Macon: and :Mr.: and 4 /
lit wIll be stationed after spending and of !
son 4
Mrs. Leslie Philips r
some time with his parents James, and family I
I Starke. A son '
)[1'. ,and Mrs A. E. Massey of Macon were unable to attend. ; '
Rev Troy M. \\ akefield, pastor Mr. and Mrs Edison Green of Enjoy

ot the Methodist Church, will :Madison: \'isited11':: and :Mrs:
Alaska this sum- 1
be in Fairbanks Preston Green last week. _
mer \Vhile there he will organizea W. H. of
Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt ___
4
religious choir for the University Miami spent Saturday with :Mrs:
I
: of Fairbanks. Wyatt's father, A. M. Blanchard 'I''
Those from this community at- speaker I
Tom Slade was guest
the Garrett Reunion at I Iii i
tending i at the Methodist Church last
Macrlenny on Sunday were Mrs. r
Sunday morningMrs.
Luther Milliard and children, Mrs. :: C. W. Thomas arrived : I

Steve Starling Sr., the Joe Star- from Bradford, Pa. Monday, where i
ling family, the Guy Futch faraiiv she had visited her mother, :Mrs:

Mr. and Mrs. James Starling II, K. Lounsberry and :Mr.: Louns- ,
Mr and Mrs. Charles Starling,berry. Miss Laura Witcher returned ilI ilIICI
and daughter, Misses Alma and with her. They visited points of I

Bernice Privett, and Frankie interst in Washington, D. C., and

Wainwright)fr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and Carolina.Mr.Alleghany. State Paik in North : But Be Alive On The 5th :
Lamar Futch visited
the family Kenneth and Garretts in Thursday Talla- prepared. and a:Mrs: delicious Truby chicken Wainwright din- )ICI

until -
hassee from Monday ner and carried it to :Mrs.: Geor-

gia Ann Sapp on Tuesday and ate
Mrs Johnny Jenkins and familyof with her.rs.. Sapp's brother. '

Jacksonville are staying with Will Burney, of Staike had dinner kl
and Mrs. 0. J.
her parents. Mr with them also. I
A'J'rshile her husband is em- Little Miss Diana Thomas spent t

plcAed in North Carolina. The :Monday: night with her brother 1 .
Anders and Jenkins families were and sister-in-law:: and MrsC. Remember .
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas, in Starke. fMrs. r ij'
in Palatka Tues- I 0 0 0
James Anders .
:: Sue Ratoiu :Mrs: Volley :!!
day evening. Reddish Mrs Willie Griffis. and .L
Leon Starling of i
)[1' and Mrs. Mrs. Joyce Futch attended the
with t tsy'
Jacksonville spent Saturday revival at Pine Level Church last I IJJJJ g
Mr and Mrs. Luther Milliard. Thursday and Friday nights.Mr. I
Floyd Martin came from Day- :: and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and I I This
the weekend with CouldTo
tuna to spend family were shopping in Ja 'kson- Happen _
links and Mr. j
)[1' and Mrs Sam vine on Saturday.Mrs. ii'
Shuford and to a. ,
and Mrs. Glenn 4r
:: :Mary: Reddish had as -.t.
'arry his wife and son home. Mrs. ,
Sunday guests :Mr: and Mrs. Bobby -
of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin daughter
Reddish of Leesburg, Mr. and
had been visiting I
Hicks and son i1
Mrs. Roy Reddish of Wetster
here for a few days. Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke, and
Mr and Mrs. G.V.. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish of
were Sunday guests of Mr. and II Heilbronn.Mr ,

Mrs Gainesville George Roberts and son in and Mrs. Cecil Eiland of I YOU 1

Sebring and Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Mike Waters, Billy I
Jimmy and t?
Crews of Raiford visited :Mr.: and r
Anders, and Reese Parrish are j Mrs. Theopholis Reddish on
Ronnie and Donnie Me- '
visiting I Thursday. Mrs. Eiland was the
Swain in Ft. Piedce. I former :Mozelle: Browning and 4
Rev. and :Mrs.: A. E Massey I
Mrs Crews was her sister, Lillian
and sons are visiting :Mrs.: L. B. I Browning.Mrs. I

Hogue in Naples. Edward Massey .
:: Willie Griffis was in
his father's place at I
i> working in
Starke Monday to see her newI "

the Faith depot,Baptist and filling Church.the pulpitat I! :Mr.grandson: and, Mrs.Leslie Leslie Travis Ptevatt, son of of We Wouldn't For Anything Take Away The Pleasure Of Your 4th Of July Outing. Go Ahead

Joe Raulerson of '
:Mr: and :Mrs. j the State Farm.Mr. .
the L. P.
Ja'ksonville"isil&1 !

Rafuse:: and family:Mrs.: on Thomas Saturday.Mr Lee. Bary the'i I'' with of:: Palatka.K and McCall.Mrs spent.George They the all weekend:McCall: visited )-) Have Fun With The Family And Friends -- But Remember, Too, \We Value Your Friend- '

of Nashville, Tenn. announce |: relatives in Columbia City on


was on arrival Sunday formerly of a son June Miss, Thomas 17.Eula Mrs.Lee Eunice Bary Jr.,, ,!I Idauhhh'r I Sunday.Mrs.Jacksonville. .D R. Stone last was Thursday.shoppingin ship And Company And We Want To See You Around For A Long Time To Come. So Wherever

of :Mrs.: S. J Eunice Sr.,
'| Mr. and :Mrs.: Ossie Cason of ,"

with Kunire and the her is late new spending grandson.Mi Jule Eunice.some. :Mrs.time: 1,1 Gnffis guests Pine Level of Mr.were and Sunday Dlrs.Cillie:: dinner I :I You Go -- DRIVE CAREFULLY -- And Follow The Recommended Rules Of Safety. 111111,


and Mrs. Fate Red,} and !
Gwen Tanner spent several I
:\1I'On.: Ga. spent last
sons of I
I j days of last week In Jacksonville
with Mrs. Hed week
I with her sister, Charlotte. They .
Mr and :Mrs.: Griff Phillips :Mrs.: : | '
came home on Thursday and
I:etll and :Mrs.: Phillips were in : I'
Theie.- on Thursday for a visit ',.', day.Charlotte remained until Tries- j!I I I Don't 'Drive Yourself To Death '
with their aunt, :Mrs.: Alice Jones. I I HOLIDAY REMINDER
I ::'of rs.al'lha Bales and :Mrs: i
Danny Phillips went home with I I Mae \\Ylls visite.lIrs.:: Ruth '! I
the Redds for a visit on Sunday Barthloti- I
Mleburg Sunday
i I .
Mis Joyce Futch. with Mrs. afternoon" In Observance of Independence We Will Be 't,
Day Closed All
Wan i en Kelly and Miss Carolyn I Mrs Call Griffis was the in- I i' I I Day ,
: attended the Alvarez-Jack-|i
Kelly son wedding at Pine Level Church :; spiration for a lovely stork ShOW1'1: 1'1 Wednesday July 4th. t I' :
; ,
er given by Mrs. Tex j I
] ; y\
Sunday afternoon. i
Mrs. Edward Massey at the I
Wilj j, I
:Mr: and Mrs. Buster Bennett
son home Monday evening. :Mrs: I
and Mrs Troy Bennett were \
Griffis received beautiful I
many *
vlsltmg11':: and Mrs. Shad I \ j
in Lake BuUer on Sun- gifts.Mrs.
Thompson .
Roy Ackers and son of I Hart Furniture Co.
day.Mr. j I Haleyville! Ala are visiting her Ij I
Andrews ) I j
and Mrs. S. D.
I :Mr.:
+! parents and :Mrs.: Charley Ratliff Chevrolet Co. '
and daughter of \Vild\vood are
pending this week with :Mr.: and i I Bowen. I r V :
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Rowell"! and
Mrs Fred Moore. :Mr.: Andrews ) I Chas. C. Shepherd :
family of Tampa were weekend
wyikq for the Seaboard Railroad | guests orrs.. Effie Boatnght I i
I III IIIand I
:.tnd K on a job near here. family Suwannee Store
Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson I
The Hubert Priests were in ;
had Sunday evening guests I I I
as
Jai-ksonville Sunday. I Denmark Furniture Co.
:Mr: and :Mrs: I.irv Kickhter of : I 3
Mr andlr.9.:: Phil Shuford of
Stuart and Mrs. Ed Strange ana i
Moorehaven stopped by to see I Western Auto Associate Store
Mrs of Palalka.
Cmm.iy
Mrs John
Shuford and Dave last'

Jl I II I week as they were on their wayto The Farmer's Supply 's n A q

> Wisconsin for a vacation. n [1 I3 t7 17
FOR 1)EI'ENDABLETermite. Mr and Mrs Frank Jones and Farm, Home & Auto Supply j._ ._-_ -
family of Keystone spent Sunday 1 ; y
afternoon with the H. C. Kellys i! r SLOW DOWN I
Control j jjj Harold C. Wall Agency
:\ Leslie Bradley and children -I Ihs. II, -- i il

0 Grove Spraying of Starke were Friday dinner I
Starke Hardware Co. :
O household S Commercial I guests of Mr. and Mrs J. F..I i SLOW DUTake heed of speedometer at a speed reasonable I.,\I
i \\'arten. They carried rs.'ar- speed the major cause: of high*ay and proper for existing traffic condi
I
!II I
I Starke Radio & TV ServiceSmitty's
Call FR. G-C035: ren to the doctor in Staike for a accidents. Other circumstances enter tions. Know the rules: of the road I
check-up in the afternoon. I' into the gloomy picture injury and obey! them When asll.lUcadg ',I j I
Florida Pest Control I Mr and Mrs. Hermie Barber ShopBarksdale's and death on the highway: too, but flow! down that's what it means and I
Kelly
''I reports show that excessive speed it means you. Liberty Mutual I '
& Chemical Co. were shopping in Jacksonville caused close to :10% of last year's Insurance Company in a safety I
I Tuesday. I Dept. Store fatalities i on the highway.i message to young: : and old drivers 1'I
24 X. W. 16th Ave. I i ::\ S D. Andrews and :Mrs.1: I Ifrs. Driving is serious business, not everywhere, reminds them to take I
Fred :Moore: monkey business. Don't be a 'trick it easy behind the wheel J You'll ::1
were attending tobusiness Williams ,"
Gainesville, Jewelry
FloridaTest : or treat" driver. Don't try to imarrive at your destination a little i
Control in Jacksonville Friday press your pa>sfnKers; !; with JOur late, but you'11 be there in one .
..
Mr and Mrs C. P. \Tiiteheadand I Gem Jewelry I _trick._ daughters returned home I :

pa,Sunday! < a on Santa afternoon Fe Lake from,--after their adt I I' Eagle Department Store In Order to Maintain Necessary Services II i; :
I
ishtnil
long weekend. '
Starke Builders Supply

COLONIALFLORIST I I I II to the Public, We Will Remain

ItI.l\ori: "JEi1 iOF: F'171111i1.111F.i>rr.Mio10 I Big Dad Manufacturing Co., Inc r:::,

11'hi Na, !' -ti igr.d," :.- .hereby under the given pro\'I that luns the of Brownlee & Chasteen Open for Business All Day July 4th.
l.ap'ci L'i> t3. laws of : ;I
Acts of 1MI will register .rI.'
t'ictlv I of the Circuit t'ourt Fiorida'i
S. R. Johns'
Grocery
for Bradford Count). State Koch Drug Store li'i'
.da. upon receipt of proof of
PHONJ&218 publi- ...
I I Litiun of I
this! notice the fictitious
name of Husine" s Aids under which 1't' Lawson's Market Trail Restaurant ... Lawtey
,we! ale engaged in tiusicess at ZS! I ,
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I (i) I IFLOR'ERS t,. St\.Marguerite,Temple Siark,A\e.Fla.Hall, Stark,one-half 805 W.Fla.Lafayette interest i| II' .. Hardy Brothers Motor Co. Herb's Drive Inn Iii Ii IiII'

I I Fla Onota, one-half T Peyton! Interest., Route 1. Starke, l Fred's Marine Center Mitchells Drug Store I Ii;: I III !

I Dated tn)9! 5th Uv of J.rc AD. ,
I 160. at :-'art .-, LTadford, County. I
For All Occasions I r..t.a.; "S; 4t 6,2S : I Van H. Priest Company Garden Restaurant I ii, ''

DISH GARDENS l, Slade Gas Company Gold House Restaurant nl"i !
GOT ASUMMER. ,III I<: I
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POTTED PLANTS Gib Brown's Service StationFaulkner's I.I'ltii'i!
Co.
&
Florida Power Light
POTTERY COLD '1.1 i"' !
Service StationNew
Charley E. Johns & Son Agency ''I i i

Flowers WiredAnywhere TAKE' for A.iH: Method Cleaners lii'I':


1 Starke 6 6 6 symptomatic. i !!I 1 Warren's Shell Service mI.l n.

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Hospital due to an auto accident. Born on Sunday, July 29 choir. fTYTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTT? |! :Moody is not feeling so well these Court and. cause ana you art required I
r to .1'1"a copy off your answer
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED You are invited to visit him and asking all members to plan New Mt Vernon Methodist LONG BRIDGE days and is still in Doctors Hos- or pleading to the compla.it
I load of cheer Sister attend. On Sunday July 1. Church, Rev. L. C. Cohn pastor. pital. Starke. Junior Gibson isI .on the Plaintiffs AttorneyTaenzhr
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CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Bertha Lee Dell is still on the I H. J. Tatum of Blackshear held regular services all day Sun- AND NEW RIVERMrs. i i I I still in the Veterans Hospital at l"uildnie. Ja i k- :.s.'r: i,
Ozora J. Shell mend but among the shut-ins. : Superintendent of the day. Church School 10 a m.. Lake City but was able to come I KU.ridi

Sister Marzie Barnes is not responding ville district will make his Supt. B. J Kelly in charge. Trustee E. A. Sapp home on a pass last weekend to Ithe and Clerk file the of original the Circuit in the Court nffU-e,n jr of

i Eddie Thompkinsand too well to the intense ficial visit to the church. Meeting 11:30 a m. Sermon be with his family. the,
IUK Teacher UesiposThe to Principal
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVisiting I 16 day of July, 1S5;;;:
school. heat and has been rather weak bers and friends are asked by the pastor and administeringthe I '
llth and 12th grade students clerk for the entire NOTICE TO \PPF.\R !otherwise the allegation" of gall
will regret the fact that the; She was instrumental in obtaining during the past week. On Monday come out and meet him Our Lord's Supper, 3:30: p. m Mr and Mrs Bill Banks I. Circuit Court. Bradford Comity,Complaint Hill be taken as confessed -
I O. Visitors were introduced from the last weekend Mr. and Mrs ; Florida !. rhinrery.i by you.
or for the was Rev were
Dr. Felos advised hospitalization day
teacher of business education, part time scholarships for Jimmie i Kallienne C.tlhnun. Plaint.:'f, ts. I This notice shall be pi'blsh! l
Bettle Louisa Horne, will not be Moore and James Edmond Longof for another period. Flev. Damon f Toplin, pastor of the various Churches of God and Cliff Bryan of Kinston. N. C., Utorge; allmun I'efrndant.Cae ,once each week for four consecutive
submittedher that the Dell carried her to Jacksonvillefor Church in Jasper. Relatives Christ Oak Grove A.. I.E., and ; Kent Colic of Tampa and Mrs I X... 10-160C I weeks in the Bradford County TeU-
back next year. She Lawtey I am sure \otlrp To Appear ;,graph.
resignation to become effective boys will be happier knowingthat medical observation on Tuesday -I friends were glad to welcome Green Bay Baptist. The messagewas i', Dorothy Colie of Newark X. J.Mr. To: Clt-nrs Calhnun. whose residence I Dated this -day iif Ji.-.,' : ;

July 1. She will return tc. Miss Horne will be there to Mrs Viola Williams is on the Sister W. Strong, reporter. brought by the visiting min i and Mrs. Tommie Holden You and are address hereby i*.notifies' I'nWnown mat a I (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the; Charles('.rl'utt A Cour Liarar!

Bethune-Cookman College, Day- welcome them during Freshmen sick list. Eddie Williams would I Allen Chapel A.ME. ister. Rev L. W. Flavors.-John of Ft Pierce and Mr. and Mrs nut l for dine" has l.'on i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputv r.erk:
W Kelly, reporter. Pete Sapp of Palatka visited the filed against you the above nmed t : t: 7 rZ
tona Beach, as dormitory direc- Week in September. They were appreciate visits and expressions Rev.: R. J. Washington
I
RJE and from friends. Calvin (Kootl Bethlehem FreewillBethlehem E. A. Sapps last Sunday.
tor and part-time adminstrative very fine students at we Services were held all day I
assistant The position carries wish them continued success dur- Lumpkin is still in the hospital' Freewill)) Baptist Donald Dukes of Jacksonville !
with it a higher salary as well ing their tenure in college. in Gainesville, but expects to return day, with the pastor in Church Rev. L. McKay pastor.I was a Sunday guest of his brother I
home soon. He will get a The pastor was moved by Troy Dukes. (
as greater responsibilities. She also Visits BrooklynSon held services all day Sunday at ]
served efficiently as secretary Fred Williams, his cousin new cast on his leg before returning spirit and prt'ached.t'ry hard Mr and Mrs. LunlC Sapp. and :i
St John Baptist Church, Micano-
from Miami, Sonja and L. A. to Starke. We are glad spite of his illness. The Johnnie Yarbrough and daughter.i' HUNDREDSof

Williams, Jr. have just returned that "Our Miss Brooks" is not I of the church had to sit him till'r py. Regular serviceill\\ be heldat Juanita, of Raifora were guess

from a week's visit in Xew York jet on this list. Glad they didn't I Starke on Sunday. Don't for l of :Mrs.: Ida Moody Sunday Cning. \<'- I
I left for
They on Tuesday
City with the father of the chil- keep her at Brewster in Jacksonville church meeting with Bishop get the Covenant meeting at 11 i details are managed and economically -
dren. They reported a safe and last weekBeauty attended that only trained and
a
FREE Ward Nichols; in Jacksonville a. m Prayer Meeting every Wed Mr. and Mrs. Pliney Crews of i I
enjoyable trip Sonja and L. A. Jr. Shop to ('Io'>f! Edward Waters College We nesday night. Choir rehearsal Ft Mvers spent last week with careful organization can attend when

INSTALLATIONGOODfotR will join the summer program at i The Bernice Beauty Shop will the assessment: of $95 was Tuesday night. The "I Can Club" I his sister, Mrs. IA.. Sapp the urgent need for serving i is at
I RJE and will enroll in the reguj be closed during the first two
When your editor talked with will meet on Saturday. Jimmie Mr. and Mrs Lester; Johns and hand.
school this fall. During the illness weeks in July according to the I :
j tar tor Washington and gave a Brown of Detroit. Mich is visiting son, Emory were dinner guests
i of their grandmother they owner-manager Bernice Morris. Mr. Mrs. W. N Johns in''
I i contribution they were around $ his brother. George Brown of of and
i I moved to Jacksonville. We will All customers and friends are
II short. lye hope Rev. and Pleasant Grove He has not visited Alac-hua last Sunday. t i
1: be glad to have these two very asked to check with her on ap DeWITT I C. JONES
her for the 20 He
Washington will have a nice >> past years Mr. and Mrs James Lavender j
I fine children back in our school pointments. She will motor with I and be able to make a round left for Detroit on Wednesday. of Jacksonville! are enjoying a few i Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
I and wish Son Fred much luck in her family to New Orleans and
pot t. Miss; Almeda Jacobs, Rev. L. McKay pastor; Gladys days visit with their son. Jamt's.1)|
I rearing them. I wonder who thelucky New Iberia, La., accompanyingher Funeral Director Ambulance Service
I' of Beulah J. Lennon, is \' Ehe reporter II IIHr and family at Long Bridge. j
lady will be? will be Theodore Morris ano
the city from Wildwood. and IlI.lr MeetingAmerican :Mrs: Lubedia Jones of Gainesville ; Our local funeral home enables u to offer convenience ia4
Summer l'ruJ"r.un.i..tant Morris Fanny Belle Hilda
,
1 : Mary participate in the summer Legion Post 314 Auxiliary and :Mrs Jessie Lazenby of t services not otherwise available.
Three big cheers for "Dicky"Britt Belle her husband who is
and gram: while here. Services will will meet in room 9 at RJE Miami \'isited11': anti Mrs Albert -
for the very fine way he electrician for Starke TelephoneCo. I held all day Sunday starting; School promptly at :2 p, m. Busi- Moody; last Sunday.Mr. .. .
l lz. managed the summer at .
9xA School program while Sunday School, Supt. Homer ) ness of vital importance All members I and Mrs Bill Laslo and We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
Lawte\ Training I
It's a tttyMr. | liams in charge Love Feast at are asked to be present and I Ion baby of Washington. D. Care accept ANY We Insurance policy In force, lined by ANT
Principal C. C. Anderson was and Mrs George Lee are I
I a. m. Communion at 7:3Q: < p time :Mrs Pauline! :Marshall I visiting then patents the E A.I I
away attending the Principal'sand I the proud patents of a baby toy. : company as payment In part or in full on a funeral.
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All niembi'is and friends are Pros :Mrs Conan M-Neil lepoit- SappsWe
Supervisors Conference in I born on June 19, at Alachua i Consultation carries no obligation.
ini! \itpcl to attend Music by er. I regret to repent that () B. i
Daytona Beach. He was atly County General Hospital
sisted by Miss Annie B as-I Gainesville. The mother, Mable i

teacher of first grade during the I Jenkins Lee and son, are reported 11) .

regular" term. At the lake she was I doing fine. She is the first grade |!

shore duty life guard and enjoyedit teacher at PJE. wonder if ReI I
wry much. Other boys having I George Lee has given out all of i More fun for your family when

interest and cooperating were J. his cigars Your editor did not I you

Edmond Long, Jimmie Moore ana i receive one.
Shodnck Davis. Davis is quite a I ('hurcltenc I

projectionist and has been very First Born Church Elder How i

helpful with. the movies that are I ard pastor, had very good services !

shown each Thursday at the I all day Sunday in spite of I
school Parents and friends are I the downpour of rain The women

invited to come to the music and Of the church are to be complimented I

% movies on Thursday, there is no I on the very fine program I i ring orne t e
0 e
r admission for these activities. that they presented The aftt'rI I
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',,. 1You Y Principal Anderson reported a I noon devotions were led bv Sister -I
I I very successful and is !
M meeting Esther Williams and Ruby Al
I glad to be back to resume his bert. In the evening;' the pastor I

duties at the school presented Elder J. C. Campbellwho

July Ith Barbecue spoke forcefully on the .. ..._. ... '.- ....- .. .. .-- .,.- ...-. ..- '-. .. ..- .. -- .. ..
On July -1th American Legion "Different Types of Blindness F.r: ,I

Post Auxiliary 311 will stage i iI Today." The Holy Spirit was in [ !

I 1 I their annual bal becue accordingto I evidence throughout the services.

President Pauline larShall'I' Elder Campbell is the supervisorof tl. .

All members and friends our Union He announced that J f t
post are asked to plan now to I the Union will! be held at First I ;:

have hot lunch with us. Mrs f. :

Corean McNeil, reporter. i l "
Junior :\Iu..irian.ll'l't: i t' :
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At the last meeting of the I FR1GIDA1RETHE I : ; '

Junior Musicians Club plans were ; ;1ffiF ,

I made for a party on July 4. Presi- I BEST-KNOWN I I.: :.......AA.'... :*.,'!&.. .':",. ,.,%., .S'... "", .'.,. 1.
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dent Charles Covington and hisj i NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION : :'. : :,: <". .*: ," *" .",'.:\ I t

ctAi members are making up the guest I ( .... ;;.:;,'i'.. .._" .,... 'J.t-" :,... I
list All club members are askedto : ; .gi. "'.'.. .. I

be present at the last planning I! RANGESWATER J .? Ti': :: .,...,wt ."'...'
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meeting on Thursday at 3:30 at'I Ir HEATERSAIR I I '."w .

/ I r the home of the advisor Super I CONDITIONERS i = C Y

BUYs visor Shell, Oak and North Sts WASHERS & DRYERS i[ w: : t y
: It is regrettable that Willetta i ii i I, : ,

s i Betty Wysinger will be unable I III Get The Best For Less t ? VI

to participate because she has I i Ii

GOODDf EAR II gone to Atlanta to visit; her'| AtSmith's ; I

grandmother for the rest of the ;( I l !

I summer. She has served as re-1 i GarageFRIGIDAIRE i I
Qualityforless J porter for the club. Deloris Jenkins t

is secretary, Mary Tyson vice- I I .. It
!I president, Gwendolyn : =:... .
Sales and Service I ; =-.
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treasurer, and Grace Marshall'l' ywv
i sistant secretary. \Ve Service-All brakes of I I I "

I&andiew Ir I Shut In* Electrical I ,F 9. .
Appliances L ::: ;
Friends of Willie Dell will be
606 N. Temple Ave 1 I "
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delighted to know that he has returned x .e. R

to his home after an extended PHONE 120 I to.O.;
period in Bradford County f' :
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ON sooomi Tilts \ TRIED I IT YET ? King-Size Coke, a bigger bottle of Coca-Cola
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THAN ON ANY OTNtt KINO I II for mealtime, party time, or any time. It's the same Coke ?

newest 1 0.' cu. fl.1956 family deluxe utt mod.l lealuict.giant !hoi. with that real great taste-just more of it! '

I Provides storage capacity
far both fresh and hotn food.


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SERVICE STATION !I I Bring home BOTH sizes today 1 H

SEEBER D. GOODMAN WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE .


U. S. 301 at South'! 231 N. Temple A H". Phone 166 THE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING
City Limits ,!I Bottled v<\4., oulfwrity of TIlt Coco-Cofa Company by

STARKE, FL 1. Starke, Florida I "6ti<,..'l sod rn/MSOrk. 0 IP56 1 IU Coca-Cola Ca.,..,.

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PAGE EIGHT: _ _ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
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Menzen. He baled rye and white ffYYfYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYI\ (Official Peal) Charles A. Darby. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby :>0 riCE TC' APPEAR
clover for Hogan and Coastal Ber- Clerk of the Circuit Court.Dy I I
Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court I |In rirrolt Court. Bradford Ccarty,
.Q Home DemonstrationNotes muda for Menzen. At both places :Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 'By Marian L. Crosby Denuty Clerk |Florida In rhancerr-
HIGHLAND 6 :: 4t 7 i: 6/13;; 4t 7OTICK :b Sf! 4t 6/29: I IJ Richard Henry Brad -1 P': f'
t : the hay turned out good. 1 \P s. Arleene I.ouise B:...Jdant. : I'.

}.55 I :OTICn TO.taR :% TO APPKIKla 1. \OTICETO APPK4H .

L.unz Starling used the District's By ilrs. Lacy Normao'AA&&A&&AA& ,IB Circuit Court, Bradford ('oae.", Circuit Court, llradford Count, In Circuit Court. Bradford County! Ca-e \ !O.
byDOROTHY Florida* I. Chaarerr. Florida: In hanrery. Florida IB hancery. >all<- To Appear
} : hopper and fertilizer &&&&&& Vincent James Toma-mo. Plaintiff, 1'eth Robert I'.."II. Plaintiff vs. ,:I ; : : ol' '
). ROSS spreader He chopped his Sweet I \,.. Joan Florence: Toma-mo. Defendant. Ki\'hard Ileiiiv I'ftt.t. Defendant. ', i _
) .. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Norman I Case X(>. 10-1617 N
i" c1.' Home Demonstration Agent I I corn fields before turning them. Case Xo. 10-1126 :\nllce To Appear |

I I "I can do a better job of turningmy and daughter, Rachel were in I !*tloe To Appear T.: li< hard Henry Pett.t whosereidtn. I that a
Green Cove last Saturday. To: Joan Florence Tomasino, r mid addr--I L'nknown: ;
land when I hop it", says I iwho-e residence and addre-s is: 4th You are hereby notified that; ft I I ;
'are Add a of mint to the Mr. and Mrs. j I I ( sprig
glasses. Homer Smith left
: (jj i\t' :Milk (iiMwl Hume Lunz. I treet, East [l'adoLong suit for divorce

At doorstep (lr kitchen milk Saturday for South Carolina toj I New York. ISland'j'has teen filed agratn you in the i 'n
I
You are hereby notified above named Court and cause and j : :
comes into the homemaker's care. Ml Club] 'amp Bud Carter used the District'srotocycle | spend the weekend with friends j I suit for divorcehas and you are required to s.erve a I .Of' art

handling. the milk Camp is just one week off and relatives and to get their been filed against you in thebove copy of your answer or pleading to a copy
; ,
Without
j proper mower on his fields and 10 I'
a named Court and cause and I the complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney ) i
her fam.ly, uses may lose quality which should remind all those pasture. His place is located in daughter Shirley, who has spent vou are required to serve a ropy of I Ralph P.obert" 202: Professional ;' : At' --.

__ cleanliness. flavor and food girls who intend to go and have the section. two weeks there your answer or pleading to the complaint Iluililiiig Jack-<.n\ :1Ie 2,
in Lawtey '. .
I on the Plaintiff's Attorney'Cierald i I Florida. | l'I';; --s. -.
value. not sent in their release blanks Rev. E. C. HarveyV.. C. Har- H. Hart. GO I Smith HjiMingf |and file the original in the office of ; I : ; .. F....

To keep fresh milk at its best to do so right away. Camp is July I was dee and daughter Freda and Jacksonville 2, Florida i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or office of
and D. 911. at Lake Madi- discussing green graz- Rosie Mae returned'land file the original in the office of''before the IS day of July 1556, ; I !' '"url OB
follow the rule of 3 C's a Cherry near ing with T. A. Graves the other Austin have the Clerk of the Circuit Court on {j jor otherwise the allegations of said i I ;; ; : ja.i
Cold Covered, from Ridgecrest N. before the .complaint will I !: :! n :,if
milk Clean, He C be taken as confessed
Keep son.So day remarked that he cut his I 16 day of July, 1936; by you. ( |i ..n a.
and Dark. many nice and exciting feed cost in half by having some Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman ;'otherwise the allegations of said This notice shall be published once I I
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Milk holds both food value and things have been planned in the green: feed to turn his cows into. and family were Sunday dinner Complaint will be taken as confessed -;iearh' week for four consecutive i .hiished
by !
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flavor best when kept cold. It'sa ,I way of crafts, recreation, out- "You don't have to tell me about guests of their son-in-law and This notice shall be published! weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele !I f County'tree 'I.

good practice to rinse each new door cooking etc that it wouldbe green feed. I not only cut my feed daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ive nee weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecu-1 County i''' I Da l.-il llii11 1 11.1"f .lii::.'. It: :jr.; I 1 1 i : l.I -,
milk shame for the : (Official Seal) (Charles A. l'trhy.Cll'I'k I s
bottle or carton of a any of girls cost but I Griffis, in Jacksonville.Avie Telegraph. I I ;
unopened
increased my milk production of the Circuit( Court. : ) A Darby
Dated IhiI.- ,\i.iy of June. IJjfi.:; '
and miss this wonderful I
to experience.This
water, June Vansant of Callahan
running By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .11olut
under cold by having good pasturesto OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 'II : a I ; ., in 'le-lc
make c I r i It 7 > : < '
dry it with a clean cloth. Then is a grand time to turn into" says Tom. returned home Saturday after Clerk of the Circuit Court t' 4, t -.' 6 'S 4t I':.
milk in the re- new friends, too! There will be spending several days with the'IBY Marian L. Crosby eputv Clerk I
promptly put the 6/15;; 4t 7'6i .VOTUF 10 APPKtKla __ .,__
frigerator. Stored near the freezing girls from Bradford, Clay, Ala- Joe Criffis used the Distiict' W. C. Hardees. I _- I Circuit Court, llradford (Countr I -- ,__ _ _ _d __ '
chua and Putman counties to : :: i I! :ISOTICK TO APPKtK \ Vlorldas In Chancery.Xii .
flavor get Mrs. David and
unit milk will keep good grain: drill to Kirkling chilI', (" iiolas J. Vitacco,
Irrulc
; plant soybeans.:; Joe I Istatl's n Court. Bradford County, Plaintiff, \s.
for three or four acquainted with. dren of Jacksonville spent several i Florida: !. Chancery I 1 1t EI"'I" JI. Vitanis IVfmdant.Ca I
and that I
quality he likes to plant onlya .. 1I
Miss Rosa Moore and Mrs. Nelson last Mrs. Kirklings t 1.1"'I'h| lV-r l\ 'lp. Plaintiff. vs. Xo. 101600'.111' I c
days week with .. o RTV
bushel of beans to the acre so MaiItHurgess: D'-vle. Defendant I i':\ '' To Appear
days.When milk in camping with the girls along up Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crews of I!Nollre T.pp..ar: | re-idence and address i-: '70 East
stands unprotected on a "When I make hay I have soybeans To-: Mahle Uurgesi D"'It''ho e !96th Street Brooklyn, Xetv York. :
doorstep or even in a sunny win- j with Miss Dorothy Ross Home and which the State Farm visited Miss Maggie re-idem and :address:: X". ;. ': You are hereby notified that a
grass makes a .'Jhntf..rn11I1'', r.nghton, Ma suit for
divorce
I
Demonstration Agent. Crews last week I s care custody and
doit loses riboflavin (vitamin | might;;: good: hay" says Joe I at husetts. I coiitioi 1 of minor child <

B21 and may develop an off !la- I I Mr. anti Mrs. Charles Starling You are hereby notified that a has been filed again you in the

,'or in as brief a time as half an and baby spent the weekend at.1 suit been for filed divorcehas against you In the you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of

hour. An insulated wood or metal I Lawtey with the Joe Starlings. above named Court and cause and your answer or pleading to the
I :M>'mior: T\\ IIU'I.I.WTh : \ you are required to serve a copy of I i l complaint on the Plaintiff'
The Lawson Bros. in Christ
box is good for receiving milk t ) I I':"."I ,I uf ,""unl\' ,'''lIIl11ii.s .,,,- |your answer or pleading to theumplaint .u t.rnWilliam: D. Mm can. 5i"CClaik
delivered in clear-glass bottles 'i : -if li ad ford County, Florida. filled the worship hour heie anbrought I: |' ( on the Plaintiffs Attorney : I iilding.: Jacksonville ".
1\\ I 11 ..I( .11 the. Court llou-e in ] Fred lUitler 1".OJ Ilarnett: 1'inK Florida
cartons and dark-colored us a mighty fine sermon I IuiUlin i \ Jai Ksoiiville 2, Fk-rida
Paper tin i "'Int V CommisMoners'
uf f ire i .. land and till the original In the office of
glass bottles help to prevent 11bofavm .n M--inl.iv, the :2nd of July, AT.1 I lot the file Clerk the original In the office the Clerk of toe Circuit Court ot.ar .
of the Circuit Court on
1 i'a; ; linaid: of dt
Initializers for )
loss due to snnlight = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH i;; :rll. pui-i-e! | "f hearing before the or before the ,, before the
complaints.uid S
: I :22rd! day of July. r.O.otherwise 1G ,dav ..f July. li iS; diy of July 9iC;; ;
The host way to tool and store :j iii'iving testimony as, n> thev.ihu the allegations of said I otherwIse the allegations! of said atherwise the alligations: of paid

the home milk supply after it is i Soil Conservation I- <-f any property, real or perS'nal Complaint will be taken as confessed Complaint will be taken as confessed Comolamt will le taken as confess
or "11".I'a* fixed lv the Tax by ;d by you i[
milked and strained is cooling : \w--i" fr Hitv..ii- IH..I! ; by you. you. This
quick againsttlf notice Khali
I This notice shall he publlsh..deach I This notice shall be published b" publliiheo
with water anti then placingin NEWSBy nuiierr agent of s-ueh pn-|l'r- once week for four consecuthe, once each week for four consecutiveweeks once each week for four enneecutiseweks
13. In the BRADFORD COUNTY ,, in the Bradford County Tele..raoh. -
weeks the 1'raJforJ County Tele-
refrigerator Quick cooling improves ('A P.r. I'RnVATT. ''graph.l.tltl. in .TELEGRAPH. I II .

the flavor by lowering the Kill HaasSoil 1'IIu'lIIan.' of lioard: of I'-.nn-: ;, tin- 1'ith, d.iof June. 1'! '.ii; Dated this T day of June, 1958.;; 1, Dated this 6 day of Jun('. I6.;;
Conservation Sen Ice 1 iv I 'IilIriis'iiner' of llradfoitlfounty. : 1 1 (OFFICIAL.SEAL) Charles A. Darb: I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Charles A. LMruj ,
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bacterial count. Bacteria will increase Florida. I Clerk of the Circuit Courti Clerk of the Circuit Court I I Clerk of the Cin-ui' ij. iri
(OFFICIAL SKAI.) By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Ry Marian L. Crosby. Deputy ClerkCS
rapidly in milk that has : i, By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerkC I I
ATTEST: I'harl.A.. IhrL '. & 4t 6. 29
) >2 4t "I /1;; 4t 7.:b ,
not been cooled quickly after Clerk and Auditor. i I 'u -

milking.To Soil anti land capability maps 6::22::: ::!t 623MUM :! \OTICU TO .u'r'iinI I :OTICK: 10 .PI'iiK I I I :MI'lH I!-'IO tPPKtll RCA Victor Towne 21. "All-Clear

have been received for the farmsof { ii Circuit Court llradford County, La Circuit Court Bradford Count/ lo Circuit Court llradford (',,uny. I i oluminized( picture tube with a full 261
cool milk quickly, place containers i: III' ivnvin 'lo 'I \hl: Florida In Chancery.linis I
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Florida In
Florida In : Chancery.E'.tlier 1
Chancery.Steve
of milk in a large vessel H. D. Starling \V. A Edwards .MIION Mill Il\ %l.itisfiiiitc.i I Koskox-kv: Plaintiff. \ =. Anna Ilev-Tly: Tin Her, Plaintiff. ,.'. ,, Louise Spivey, Plaintiff.. j! square inches of viewable picture! New

V. R. Ferguson. Mark Mitch A. J. : Kosko\sky, Defendant. I William I'duaid Turner. Difemlant. Fi-lton Forest Spivev.J Defendant. I "Hidden Panel"' Tuning. New Balanced
of cool water ((60 degrees Milk I'lurlda Matutmla Ca.sc
I ., XtlUlbU7 Case Xo. ,
J Edwards Ca-e X.. Ifi-lfij; : lu-1390;;
Barry O. Bass Jr., Ernest -
cools faster in water than in air Court of the Cuunly JuilKP, :>ollre To Appear \nilce To Appear i| Noflre To Appear I Fidelity Sound. Handsome black textured
of the Philip Martineau and L.I I llradfurd Ciiuut, !Male uf Fl.irija, Anna Ko-I....' -I..\-. ho-e ie-ideme, TiVilliatui IMuarJ Turner.Whose ', To- Felton Fore-t Spivev' whose I IinMdence finish. Matching stand available, extra.
same temperature. R. Starling. These soil will In I'robulrIn addrc--j iIMu :N.nth .\\tillit residen e and addies i>: I I and address i is: Unknown. j ..- -
:Strawberry-Lime I Punch maps re the Estate of Eunice AlvaiezCanova : //,1\ York, N. Y. Uverett, Ueuigia.; ''{You are hereby notified that a suit I Model 21S6052.
be used to prepare a completesoil Deceased.Tl You are nllrlloy notified that a!,[ for divorce and re-toration of
Here is how Mrs. A C. Ileicheprepared WHOM IT MAY CONTEHXN"otue : You are hereby notified that a u" for ,I maiden name

that delicious and and water conservation farm is hereby given that 1A.. I suit for divorce Divorcehas I{has been fried against you in the
refreshing plan. Carrot, lia.-i filed hi.-- final It'I..nlmilll'lro4l,1' | has been filed against you In the been filed against you In tillabo.e above named, Court and cau-e and 19800TV
punch for the club ai .\ above named Court and cause and I
meeting I of t lie estate o f named Court and cause ana you are required to serve a copy of
at the State Farm when she Eunk.Idr..z Canova. deieaged.that .. and you are required to serve a you are required to serve a copy of your air-ner, or pleading to the
Dorothy Alvarez has requesteda h. has filed hIS petition ("l, copy of your answer or pleading to your answer or pleading to the complaint complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney
was one of the hostesses. soil final discharge and that he will the complaint on the Plaintiffs on the Plaintiff's Attorney Joseph K. Skipper. :221! Florida
Extract the juice from 10 12, conservation Survey on her apply t.> the Honorable Ther-'ii .'i. I Attorney H. f'. "aMwin. 1'. 4). lox IjiuiT.. Hans.-in, 316 Professional ,, Title Building Jacksonville! :2!,
or I farm located out the Old Bland- Yawn County Judge of Iradfordiounty. 104. Gainesville Florida liuildin: ;*, Jai ksonvitle 2:, }'Iollda Florida
limes or lemons. Add water and Road. Florida, on the 27th day, and file the original in the office of r and file toe original in the Office tithe I and file the original in the office
sugar to taste. Crush I ing of July 195, for approval of same the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orIh. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I!of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Service
two pintsof Paul Parker also made a request and for final discharge :i<- Administrator I before .. 25:\ day of ,1111 I I I't.'ii: ;: before" the 16 day; of July. 1536; I or before the 9 day of July
strawberries and add to the!|!I for soil conservation Survey I of the estate of Kunire otherwise the allegations or said I otherwise the allegations of said I! I 1:16: :; : otherwise the allegations of
limeade. The flavor of a Alvarez Canova deceased, on tlu.IVth :I Complaint will be taken as confessed r Complaint will be taken as said Complaint will be taken as
the limes for his place located north of : day of June I'jjti.F. ;; by )'ou.I ti by you. 1'0Dfe89-1 coiife'i-ed by you.
and strawberries should blenj Starke on Highway 301. .. ('\XOAdmilll"trator\"\. I This notice shall be published oncei I This notice shall be publishedonce This notice shall be published ;
neither should predominate f-f the estate of I i each week for four consecutiveweeks each week for four cons cutlve ant e eat h week fur four consecutiveweek All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
over Kuni.Alvarez in the Urad ford County Tele- week In the Bradford ,
---- Canova, det County In the Bradford County Tele-
the other J. B White has been east.d. I I graph. Telegraph. graph. Fully Equipped ... DependableAll
Pour over ice in tall making 6/22 4t ./ I Dated this 1.1;; day <.f June, 1r'"t! ; ; Dalt-d tins, dolof Juno, 1?;.6.( Dated this 31 day of Mar, IJ36.
glasses. hay for Hogan Smith and E. T. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby I Makes and Models
In The ('tun4y Juilee'. (''uur' InAod !I Clerk of the Circuit Court. -- -

I I I'ur llradford c.uuo'", Florida I'.y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
In Probate. I I I 624t::: 7l t 13XVTICE

.- Si S.- That's Our Business I ceased.Aullre In lie: .: Estate: of J. K:. Smith, de I : -TO APPKtR NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

or riling 1'or Final IJI*- In Circuit (Court. Bradford County. .
If It's Glass We Have It! ..barg..1 KiernfrlrrmNotiie ''I Florida) In ( hanrery.Robert PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL i
4 : i" hereby given that we S. Johnson. Jr J'laintuf. V-.
CALL WRITE or VISIT have filed mir final returns a> ex- I Sylvia Kenerl John-on. Defend- Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
utruc-s of the estate of J. K.: !ant. Case X... 1U-1629: MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. i
4 Smith. dt-i eased; that we have filed I | ?Sollre To Appear Phone 239 Starke, Fla.
Joe Peters Glass Co. I our petition for distribution and fur T,,: s\"I\"I" Keneilv' Ji.hn-on
I final di-i'hare<-. and that on the whose resident' and addrI'. 218 W. University Ave. Phone FR6-5333
OUR
:23rd day I of July, 1956, vve will ap 721 Ken-ington 111"1X"nh \Vilkeshoro. I 10TH ANNIVERSARY
FOR ANY GLASS NEED ply to (he Honorable Theron A. North Carolina Gainesville, Fla.
I Yawn County Judge of llradford I1 I You are hereby notified that a - -
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Design Modern Store Fronts Couiiiy. Florida, for approval of fj j suit for Divorce and Ki: '-turatmn I ITnn_ -I- _i_- __iI3 __ .T1fltiriuflJsiiMo _;.

Just Mail Us A Pattern for distribution said final returns for an order of of maiden name II I
and lanai discharge a:S I has been filed against you In the
Table Tops executrices of tho Will of J. E;. I above named Court and cause and
Smith deceased.
1313 N.W. 4th PL and you are required to serve a
Gainesville. ru. Phone FR. 2-4353 This the :!O day of June 195$. copy of your answer or pleading to
Myra Varnedoe
Hilda I the complaint on the PlajntiftsAttorney
Houston. H. C. Baldwin, P. O. EVJI
Kxecutnees, of the Estate of
i 104. Gainesville Florida
J. i:. Smith deceased. I and file the original In the office of
6/22:! 4t ':/l 3 t modern truck
WE CONTRACT the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or V&s
FOR before the :Slrd day of July. Up! ; *;
otherwise the allegations of said
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Florida; In (.... ,. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
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ALL TYPES OF BUILDING Olof Andersson, Plaintiff \5. Signe by you. .and Lit
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Ander-son, Defendant.Caseo. 10-l i I I(each week for four consecutiveweeks once pounds prove it !
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BUSINESS Order Of
AND RESIDENTIAL Pob'IleaUen And .No I Ire To graph. ,
Appear) !Male of Florida Tot
Dated this 15th day of June. I9ji.WaahYourClothei;; .
REPAIRS REMODELING Signe Andrrsson, whose addre-s ,

JALOUSIE PORCHES IS Your pnkno\\are II,required to Pound for pound, the most powerful truck VS's today are Chev-
appear on:
July 2:, 1936;; in the above named ( I rolcts. That's one way you can tell they're the most modern V8'J
FREE ESTIMATES Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 1 going!
seeks d".orce.Bradul'd ,
County Telegraph 8h4iiuhui.h 1i They carry around fewer pounds for power they develop. That

W. L. THIGPEN JR. weekly this i is.-iues.Order in next four I, t Pounds C means you not only can haul bigger loads-you have more usable

Witness my hand and official Ii power to move them!
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June, I'G.lOfUdal;; this 19th I Stop by and let us give you the facts on Chevrolet's compact

Phone 297-J Seal) Charles For 40c! -
Starke. Fla. A. Darby i super-efficient truck \ 8's.
As Clerk of said Court. I I

Route 2, Box 243; -D By ilium Marian I'.L. Crosby Morgan Deputy 507 Clerk Clark ]I II I FREE Bleach If Desired! .

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Add a Room Screen Porches TO BE CONSTRUCTED IX Wasted weight U engineered More power per pound means There's a modem V8 for every

BUILD A GACAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING out of Chevrolet truck V8'l! more power for your payload I Chevrolet Talk-Force buck!

FIXTURES SEPTIC T.tNKVATER BRADFORD HEIGHTS Chevrolet's truck VS's have a Less power is used up in moving There's a V8-either standard, or

SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS{ AND RE. rugged jet remarkably compact engine weight, more is available optional at extra cost- in every

MODELING LABOR Hardwood Floors cylinder block.: Modern design for moving your payload You Chevrolet truck model.! Hone-
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MATERIALS Big Lots All )lasonQConstruction power ranges as high as


Applications At Our Office No Obligation Chevrolet Task-Force TrucksAnything

Long Or Short Term Financing

Store Hours: Open 7:00 Till 5:30 Monday Tbrough I is an old-fashioned truck!

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,i BAPTIST CHURCH zie Strickland. who lives with C.1.. Burnett of the State Farm
1 I Sunday School 9:45: a.mIorn-I' her daughter. Ruby Hayes, in Oidmation services for the two

'I'lI1g Worship services 11 am Starke. Next we went to see Jim mw deacons In the Baptist
Training Union 6:45: p.m. Evening -I and Florence Hornsby and then to Church Jimmie Lee and Milton ,
service S p.m. Come and Stricklands Landing at Kmgslej Norman, will be held Sunday
worship with us : Lake, where the boys took a dip afternoon at 2:45 o'cloik
; while we visited with Frow. Also QUANTITYRIGHTS: Prices (Good;
A re'ivalill be held in our
IIUKCII OF JESUS CHRIST lilted the Clayton Stricklands.
church,
I l July S-1S Rev Clarence
Methodist Church At The TabernacleAmong LATTER DAY SAINTS rand I then on to Lawtey for a chat I L. Carroll of Sardis Church at
Services each Sunday in old I with A. M. Blanchard. Finished up I I Thru Tues .
j
Worthington Springgs will be the
Church School 9:15: a m. Morning thust \ut:ing the Taber- .Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun. our outing with a visit to the exangehst ,
Worship. 11 a. m., Communion I Jay School 10 a. m. Sacrament j' Highland zoo.
nacle this week was a group of RESERVED *
Sunday. Meditation "A Great Vacation Bible School young peo- I Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel 1! The pastor of Clay Hill Church Western Drama Slated I I I July 3rd
come.
Mrs
Relationship. Recreation Time i and his family, Mr and
MVF, 6:15 p. m. Fellowship Supper ple from Keystone Heights, accompanied 'Bud Wamwright and the Davis For Florida Theatre"The

MYF, 6:45: p. m Worship by their pastor and EVERGREEN; family from Jacksonville who belong i

program for MYF, 7:15 p. m. teacher, to ,,view the famous oil BAPTIST CHURCH to the Clay Hill Church, all Sean nets" western dra-
Evening Worship, 8 p. m. painting. "The Feast of Bel-I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching : attended Homecoming services at ma starring JohnVane.. opens at
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday shazzar." 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : i their old home church in Georgia the Florida Theatre Sunday fora
7:30 p m.Youth A special gift presentation m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. Prayer!'last Sunday. three day run. Formerly LOVETT'SASTOR

Choir rehearsal, Thursday service will be held Sunday morn- :Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I ClarenceIosley and family.iWho The film, in Technicolor and

6:20: p. m. Chancel Choir rev ing honoring the memory of a lives in Jacksonville, spent Vista-Vision, depicts an embittered .
hersal 7.30: p. m.Presbyterian. former beloved citizen who died HETLBRO.NN i the \\'eekendith his parents, Mr I Civil War veteran who returnsto
some years ago.. Communion will BAPTIST CHURCH .' and Mrs Henry Mosley of Clay his Texas home to find his
Church be observed at the close of the Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching I I Hill family has been killed and his Vac. PackLimit One With Food Order)

morning worship.The 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: Rev. Patterson of Jacksonville I nieces held captive

Fn Adult Choir Practice .- Falls Institute mixed p.m. Preaohing 7:30 p.m. Prayer filled his appointment at Clay Starring with Wayne is John I
Toccoa I
8 pm.. Sunday School 9:45a : quartet, pianist, and speaker Meeting.. Wednesday 7:30 pm.Rev. -1! Hill last Saturday night. Mrs. Mej -j i Ford, who won Academy Awards j
m : :Morning Service Quarterly will be at the Tabernacle F. B. Beard, pastor. j Ginnis and little Patricia sang a for "Stagecoach. "The SeaiUi-

Observance of Lord's Supper Tuesday night July 31. at 7:30 ; duet for us, and there was alsoa I ers" was filmed at MonumerrValley. \
"Christ, Our Hope" 11 a. o'clrx NEW RIVER m. Evening Worship Service I ICllrRl1l BAPTIST CHURCH I j and Mrs Wainw right. i iI Ii The film was adipte| for the COFFEE Can75C
Union Service at First Methodist Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor-i I Saturday night, June 30. Rev,,; screen from the C !-selling I
Ot UIKI.VTC.
Church "The Two Ways" ship Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Serv-j Branch will be our speaker, and i iI novel! b%' Alan Lc.Ma\'.
L. Overturf Jr.. MinhterSunday I
8pm.: There will be no midweek : Bible Study 10 a. m.Iorning ice, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each' on July 7 Rev. Prevatt will deliver Lb
services as pastor leaves I| Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone| the message On July 14
Eve-
for two week vacation July 4. I Worship 11 a. m. I welcome.L.. L. Parker, pastor. Rev H B. Jaimeson, pastor of the 1!
ning Worship 7:30 p. m. I
I of Green
First Church
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. p.Wednesday m. Bible Study 7:30 t>rttt......yyyyyyy....n I I Cox Springs Baptist will be with ii.I <'. SAVE ,!

Raymond E. MacBlaln Radio: program, "Old Paths" I, and his son will preach here Jtth Ij I (Limit One with $5 Food Order)
each Sunday 9 a. m. StatioaWDVH CLAY HILLby 21. j II
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal I
Church will be as follows: I fTYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYVYYYYYHEILBRONN BelUHowellWBLSHIRE I Shortening Lb Can
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Sunday: 9:45: a.m. BETHEL I
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. I *A A AA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM I !
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Sunday: School 10 a. m. Preaching \" youngest son who lives in
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Wednesday: 7:39 p.m. Litany "
Song service 7:30: p. m.- Rev. was heie recently that 1 had .M Star-Kist
and Meditation; 8pm. Choir I
Practice. I R. L. Lee, pastor. about worn out my old 12-gaugo was s4995
I shotgun or it had about worn me Mr and Mr*. J. S. Sapp spent

11 Holy a. m.Communion; 3rd Sunday: 1st, 7:30 Sunday a. m.awaits KIXGSLEY LAKE j jMI I 1 i onto so he sent me a good 410; part of last week with then ,'>n ,, NOW Olliy .Jj TUNA FISH Light Meat No. 1/2 Can 2SC
IO.VARY BAPTIST gauge gun to use on my hunting: in-law and daughter, the LennNormans
everyone. '
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. :Morning : -! expeditions Well, I have not had'I
Worship 11 a.m. Evening[ a chance to go hunting :ret but a Little Johnny Eggers of Jacksonville 4Just r -.
St. Edward's Church
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinr tree snake ventured into the front i I spent last with his grandparents -
I each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone yard and I tried out the gun on it. the T. N. Normans and
Sunday Mass at 9.15 a m. I New Detergent
welcome.-Rev. H. H. Molt One less snake: Then one of j I with his uncle and aunt, the El-
Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and
pastor. those birds: that like to carry off don Sapps. He was accompanied
8:30: a. m.Children's. I l
all the pecans and suck all the Sunday home by the Normans Large Package
Catechism Class each I I
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Wednesday at 3)5 p. m. : !SEVENTH 1)\\' eggs they can came squalling and Sapps.
Keystone Heights ADVENTIST CIIUKClt around the house. I went out afterit I Mr and Mrs Homer Stearns I,

iAt St. William's Chapel) Services each Sabbath In the and blasted it so dead it didn't of Tavares spent from Thursday 1 1I \\ drop in yonr film set ,i
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St.William's .: home of S. N. Brown across from even fall from the side of the I to :Monday with relatives here. the Sun Dial sight-and
: Bethel Baptist Church east of tree. Had to shoot it again to I Mrs Harvey Edwards and ;I shoot You'll get good pictures i

Sunday Sign.Mass) 8 a. m. I Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m.j'" knock it out. Seems this little gun | children of Jacksonville visited' first in beautiful time.wldeongU color the Stokley No. 303 can
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Holy day: masses 7:30 a. m. : Bible Study each Wednesday had the power. so I will try to relatives here last Friday. Shirley -i I very. leni'56% i FRUIT COCKTAIL 23Co

Confessions before all Masses. 7:30: p m Arden Mote, pastor. I get out soon and bag that possumto Edwards remained for a visit more picture on your film ;
go with Jim's taters when they with Carolyn Norman
are ready to eat See rabbitse'en' Mr and Mrs Freeman Crosby Big Picture Window view- i -- -
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First Baptist Church Hampton church, but I don't have my gun end. Granny Carmichael came long 10-foot film runS ,:, I
I along of course and they getaway with them and is remaining fo. dieKQjt aluminum construction I
I I Anyhow this is fair the time being. : II. Sunnyland Tender I III

Invites You To Hear These Sermons IJy Pastor: warning to all the varmints in Mr and Mrs. Clifford Johns of terms at
this neck of the woods that I Jacksonville visited Mr. :and Mrs Buy now on easy
have a new gun so they'd better. / Ernie Johns and Mrs. Littleton I half or whole Ib 49C
11 A.M. -- "Four Great Words In The i watch their step Kite last Sunday. I II ; SMOKED V HAMS

Christian Life" I Minnie Gurr and the boys were I Those enjoying a picnic supper I I
taking their vacation last week and fish fry on Sampson Lake i .
8 P.M. -. "The Shelter In The Time Of I so the wanted Dad and Mom I I, last Saturday were the Eldon STUDIO AND GIfT SHOP J, 1 : -
Strukland to enjoy one day at Sapps the T N. Normans, the
Storm" least with them They came from I'I Ancel Normans. the Leroy Normans Southern Star

Jacksonville last Thursday mom Sr...Mr. and Mrs Homer
Sunday School 10 A.n Don Hill. Supt.RT.F I ing and we all made a flying tripto Sterns. and Darrell Edwards.Mr II Ihs net ? .99
I Starke Left here about 9 and Mis Ernie Johns were : CANNED PICNICS 4 1
7 I.M: Louie Pwatt Director I i I

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Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I

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Baseball Try-Out As Illegal Cause Passing Of Two-Car Blamed \I II Prices Down At Harvest Time 1' Starke And Blanding Guard Groups I Special Reading : Episcopal Services.


Period Draws 70 I Beginning Ju1: : '

I Wreck Last Saturday i j Study Available inp through August ; '.' .

i Leave Sunday For Summer Maneuver be no Church School n- ; :
Sf.inty Klonda high school I
Improper passing caused an- Il.t.'l! : : <,:'.p..d! and service at St. MarkF.. _
.: : weii- in Starke recent11 -
ij.stri.s I i other wreck on Highway 301 in I ,, t ::! I u )ini'r: ::' ici.ir.::: sessions for Church.
I participate in a try-out T.'ie Sl.itkc! :Nitii.t! : I ;,; i '
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front of Mrs. Nelson Js tmer.t.iiv s h >. \.iuna.-tei.. will Instead. then .\ J! b.eailt .
IM, ; iiii'ii'r the of the I the f.rst time :as unh. :
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l' auspices when Pennsylvania i-: I. .
home last Saturday a M .IIt'1"I : I : "f the tegular Sunday: a f.:, <
:NYnik Giants. ives eatly :;,md.mil. : :..' : p .
I i motorist caused a 2-car Summer I I'jom.rv.! : : Super visor L. which time ;;. .S .v- '.

Herb! Thomas of Starke, who smashup in which no one was mj tile! annual two-vveek Sun: .1 r. II C.iu.-tm announced this week. i bring their r. ..:

.'" ipect conduct the camp, said i j jured. llil'm..nt: _. t: (;Ib,;,>n said there hart been r.'\- as familir-

AC youths were recruited for:j I I Harry William Parson 33iCharleno :Making the journey to Iii -': .-' #q*t .'I.I! lewie.-ts! fi tutoring and the. On Sai: .:i1'. I 1 -',
I t Ga.. will be 90 7 ,, .
'iii's.sumal baseball and men. : : ...
some designed .
; Pa. was traveling :j-mmute sessions were be a service > : 11"1'

oihei.s are expected to sign up. 1 I'I north on Highway 301, with h.1 .- and 21 of rolling equipme-' I : offer help in reading with a I new lights in the I h!.'
I I'ntil recently. the local v.r.: .' 1 !
Thomas was assisted by Dale1!I wife and three children as passengers : :rl';I1.tti! : of difficulty.

Alexander of Greenville. Tenn., and |: in his Studebakrr.I I II lllnl'emedth headquarters! administrate company pi' The! pivjri.t.n' will be conducted Fire Destroys HouseA

Don ('toi of Jaiksonville. I : iters. r lthe I t uvular: : Library Activities
I Near the Green home he t it : Now, however the in- .
.staff with the aid of
Ir.-.u !
The highlights of the try-out tempted to pass a Chevrolet pi. k- 1 1I Company: C of the 74Sth A- c; : : fire Suntl.iy, ;a; 9 : .
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1 period 1 included two ball games between ; up truck driven by Carl Thorn> Battalion.In the! resulenrof: : S.t'.:\ X I -
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Paxton High from Jarkson- i Darrah. who was going in tin its new capacity. th. ,i rto at 725: Oak :St:
': I II is !proxep. sui cessful. he added.
yule anti Gainesville High. A bar- same direction and turning lei : support combat Firemen. whu were >;, -
comma: :
I I I : 'I ';fi au.se the seem to hold the
Bwue supper air- was held for the |,I into a drive loading to his home jepairmg instruments. small!! .. nlldt'/1I. of the for an hour said '. : .

youths. Thomas said the Giants. to Florida Highw.iv 4c .itillery I pieces and vehicle i youngsters. amounted $;';>) f. .. '', .
According I II The :-minute<> sessions are
signed up Robert E. Perkins of I i 1 I Trooper Carlos Musgrove, wh'> I j ji I In charge of the unit dn .n>; .--- -..:nt'd fi>: students from dt'i j' ing anti $:?!)) for t 'Iit".,' -.

Leon High in Tallahassee, who the accident, DarI -1 ;iraneuvers will be Capt. Ilani.i. ': cause of the fire ui" : ,
I i investigated j ji 1I I : in nigh; ,hiV.h grades Gibson said
will gu to the Nebraska State ] made I 1i F. Gold :National (;iiiardsiuaii Albert I.C'nisbj .. Firemen were calleii .,:: _
almost Chitty. Humphreys
rah's vehicle had en.ploye / -
i I j i Kgg: plant is gaining in popularity with Bradford County growers leading: difficulties; are best clear- .
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League. and Buddy Ennis of Pax-1 hand at 4:15 '..
when it struck by who is the unit's puts a machine gun Thursday a. mice \\ :
the turn was companyiommander. cd this before
with ahmit 25 or 30 acres in the Starke area this season. 1'ictured up on age group i
on High in Jacksonville who will Parsons in '.ltztje| uliile preparing fur tO"t't.I. detected smoke in The ; i' .'

go to the Georgia State League.The I The front car.end of the Studebaker alxi\e i.. Jimmy tiaskins as lie hauls another trailer 1".lIllIf the shiny. Members of an advance attachment ... encampment with the bad! reading. habits! are firmly established. restaurant owned !t'Kopelousos. \ t ;..

Giants also signed Terrell! blackpurpleegetable from field to packing house at his farm on left Thursday for Ft. Stew :Starke unit ht.gillnillJ'UIUIa: '. in the SOil : :
was badly smashed; the He said reading sessions had
Havman of Tampa and Thomas I]I tnick received less damage.Trooper I the Law tl' '.Matt' Farm road. Jimmie and his father Wadr and I'I'I I art. where they are to check out Crosbj is pictured with shining been held on a limited basis. but North TempleThe

Fleminmg of Jacksonville. I Par- I brother, Arthur, ha\e the acres in egg plant this year. Trices hate I equipment and prepare for the ordnance repair equipment the staff will be prepared for reg- 1 smoking was ,caii.-.: .\
charged
He sad the New York Yankees Musgrove ranged from $1 to $1..iO per hamper with most of the selling) around I! main body of the unit. In the advanced 1 housed in mobile units and used uiar sessions beginning Monday i i iI overheated fryer. and .1 1 t'I. .

signed up Gerald Hayman of Plant sons with illegal passing. $1.25.: Though there is little profit in it at these prices growers are I attachment were SFC Kay by the :Starke I'nit.iford I amounted to about S7.Fell ."-

High in Tampa. He also is likely Three persons lost their lives continuing to harxest with some hope the market will strengthensoon. I iF. Griffis. PFCs Charles: Green I I
4th Observance I
recently in an accident on Highway and William J.'. Moore Jr.. and I I July i \\y C. T. U.An
to go tn the Nebraska league. I 301 at the Alachua line. It In addition to the cost of the hani(>er (about -10 cents each) II I Pvt. Wallace A. Wise. : County health office! willi .

also was attributed to Impro- there i.. the expense of picking and packing. Each egg plant must Also i travel with the unit and participate Independence Day obser- UETHTEClln: : : UIIO1..
leaving
Thursday was S1'2
Old Lawtey Landmark per passing II lie intliillllallTaPlwd in waxed tissue paper before being!:: marketed.Kgg Samuel Bleasdale who i;, attending I in the maneuvers. ;:vance. includins: dinner on the IKS; THE: ITH'liK: (.F. 1OITH

Condemned and RazedAn : plants are prolific bearers and if prices warrant the harvestwill a pre-camp mess school. The unit will return July 15. 'grounds. will be held at the Air- SIHU'LD .)01Tilt: : UATTI.K:

I ; Also departing for F:. Stewait park fISsinH'Baptist Churcht .\I.N>T Tin: I.1QI OK TRU
Two Starke Attorneys continue until frost-time next fall The main body of the unit leaves 1.'
1 next Sunday are the 101 men and on July 4 be:':inmaa at 11 an: F1C."
iild building in Lawtey I "t a.m. Sunday'from the Armory. I'I
Will Share Quarters | 1 seven officers of the Camp Bland- ''' Pas'.i., : La: \ r..r.\.iy: sa ,! even- (JOfUNAI.: OF TilE S \TIO\: -
which at one time served as an ---- It will arrive in Ft. Stewart. 1G5
.. ing National Guard which also : i.s \\ ti, ont-. KIX ( \1IO.Ns: >.OCI VTION:
otti.-e tin Dr. G W. Brown well .t11- 1j !miles! away, in time for lunch. ,
Starke attorney Mae k S Fut<-h j j I is an armored ordnance unit
km>un physician of many years Some of'the men will travel by 1I ]
will share office quarters with i Traveling by motor convov and
I)::". was razed this week. i I Gi.tvhound;! bus. But about 42 will I
[ Arch Thomas Jr.. attornt'Whl" i ij bus. the unit will render onlnan ,. Sell It Rent It Trade II
The building which was;; located i.ivel in the unit's 21 vehicles !
j already is established on Tt'l1Iplt-l I IjAve. support at camp to Combat: Oi--
on Highway 301 a few doors 1 ..h.i! h will be used in the maneu-
| ,! mand B of the 4V.h: Am..KM I
mirth uf the postoffice. has been ;" 1 ,
used barber several Futch formerly was in parlnei- The unit's incudes !i Division.In .
d.s a shop on equipment WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
with Joe Hill Williams. Wil} :j
charge of the
hip outfit
(wi asions. hut has been unoccupied -ix shop vans for repairing equip- I] i-

,tor some time and recentlythe Hams an Asr.'stant State Attut-i' j i I !suent. nine trucks four jeeps and Capt. Joseph H. Johnson of c.imp

City Council condemned it. ney, closed his Starke office to 1i 1 ..mi5ton wrecker.Lt. I Blanding. company commanderThis Low Hales Good Results hasy To Place
in Lake Butler
It was sold to J. W. ( DuketHendnck. resume practice i Col. A. Y. Covington. Brad- unit also If turn.;; July i:> .
Lawtey Negro The Lewis D. Haines II I. formerly an I : !0 WORDS OR LESS. OXC INSERTION 50*
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property! is owned by Mrs. Bob associate with Thomas. has taken j { I I ---- 111IIIHTJOXL WORD 2cim

Nolan of Maxville. up the practice of law near Ft. w i I rr. (' H '\T OF IS: PKH fIST ON TWO Olt "MOHK l% RnTIO9!

Lauderdale. .:.1" .' : 2%* UHHTION Foil III.!'\I) AIIOK 'II1 NOT HUM IVMV' 4M'Fkingsirt
i Local -
Position AdvancementFor 7 I _
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KI.'XT I < '. i..t' in. dH.J ', .d.( !.' ..; II!
Augustus C. Long Police Force Member i I I l : I.sk.l'istiu. ..:. Itoalinu. .i"t i .\ .. I U' s..iniminaI : .!i.ili:> :M .in.l MiU i!

Effective October 1 Dropped From Roster j I' .... Rifle d..li.iIlJui l iirnishrtl lw. fordroiHii I X -rin.: ."! ;L''SV: :Mad..i.. I :. | -

1 liume on VV rsl su.rr <,! ItriUtEK STAMPS made I' crder.
fOI'mE'r'Stat'ke resident. Au- The City of Starke's relief policeman Kiiiu: .lr> l.aLr. I", H'Irrl "n I dater- niimbt-rt'r'i. fl.tt't"aI ,
A from the l.akr. ..I........ runs l.ncL. npprmimilrl I far''imile stamps. Br.1.trd I I'uunty
gustus C. Long. will become will be dropped j Champ .. MNI trrt. M.'C tri.llllcU Telegraph. tf

chairman of the Board Of Directors city payroll urll l icu i II iliii'k ttilh I boa hiiusrilrrssine
I Watermelons are moving fast and furious In the Brooker area, with I rooms and Iimniilncarm. 2& PAID OX SAVINGS KET-
of the Texas Co. on Oct. 1 Mayor W. T. Jackson took the V rral hnrcaiu: at !l.r.iNt.incluilinE .- STONE STATE BANK KET-
The Texas Co. is one of the action rather reluctantly this Seaboard Railroad Agent 1-ee Taj lor reporting user 30 railroad cars I!I ."I abstrni'l and Ire>. BEn SToNE FDIC.HEICHTS FLA MEM-

moving to date. Last only 15 cars were shipped all ."nir floani-ine maj hr "rralll.d. -
world's largest oil companies. week after receiving a letter year HcasunIrish Gets .- I II

Long has been company presi- from the City Council requestingthe potato shipments also are UI'| this year, with 33 ear'nioing as FLORIDA HEALTY CO I W\\T A IIOMi I

dent since 1953. He will be elevated change. compared to 15 last )t'ar. Pictured are laborers Gene Holmes (left) Of Starke

to board chairman upon the "There has been some talk and Henry Hudson (in car) loading the melons of .J. K. Douglas of I loo ran ..8lira ad lew modern -
(Guy Andrews, W. B. Sewell, three bed room home complete
retirement of J. S. Leach. about the police force being:; too Brlltll..er.ho is standing in car at right. HouRla.ho ha. 35; acres A. J. Thomas) I In rtrrjr detail for which

Long. who lives in New York large." said Jackson. "Actually of Texas: John variety melons, already has loaded four car,, and expects Medal 3.w Tt'mplt'.t' Telephone 383 u.you.. Me I'a. will pay...a.....ion>.u earn.the home Call
is a former resident of both people don't realize we're in the I i and .
rtplaia the
to fill four more. Prices are running about $:>00 a car which Starke, Florida propoiltlaa.rrr '
Gainesville and Starke. He is the middle of a highway hub We'rC1 \ 'ery law daw. paynenls. '
1 is not as high as last year. munlhljparmeat. JiUe real.
son of Mrs. A. V. Long and the in a much more critical position

late U S District Judge A. V. than a town like Lake Butler." I W ATP.rr.... i'i. CI.EAX COTTON FLORIDA REALTY CO. I

Long of Gainesville.He The policeman to be dropped is Officers Clamp Down [Police Told To Bond Bradford 1A;. N',t'I'aiK.ir iUflt} Telegraph Army Shirts.tf Of Starke I

joined the Texas Co. in 1930. I. V. Anderson. who was hired WO Stephens And Gen. White I (Cur .\ad...... W. II. Seweil, I
On Trucking Traffic Witness Of Accident I .\. J. Thomas)
and served in both domestic and temporarily several weeks ago asa i
Chief WHEN IN NEED OF 355 Temple Ate. Trl 3S3tarke
foreign departments until he be- relief man during vacation and For Muffler Offense If Needed In Court Warrant Officer John C marksmanship at a shooting matchat I Florida I
Stephens Sr., full-time
National Camp Blanding May 27. The .
came executive vice president in illness. > Landscaping:-Land Clearing I
1931. Jackson said the police force Guardsman at the Branding shop presentation was made Monday at'
i A clamp-down on improperi \1 Even innocent parties may find Fill Dirt Paving

He also is a director of a num- now consists of six men. a night i truck mufflers and the accompanying -i themselves under bond when involved was presented a medal Monday the regular National Guard drill Driveways Peat Humus I FOR three r.EXT--p..rt.all bedroom kitchenette furnished and
I night as winner of the Individual in Starke.
ber of companies affiliated with radio operator, and Police Chief noise nuisance has in an automobile accidentin Building Sand Oyster large living room. Telephone fro -
Rifle Championship Match for the BecauFK of his excellent marks- stalled hardwood floors 4*} Jefferson
the Texas Co. W. E Thornton. brought a flurry of business in Starke. according to policy put Florida National Guard. I i Shell St. Call "-W. tfchff-

the office of County Judge T. A. forth Monday by Mayor W T. n.anship, Stephens v, ill be one of i
Presenting the medal
Yawn. Jackson in City Court. was Brig. I:eight on a team of Guardsmen who ': See OVID LEWIS FOR RfXTbl'drnom unfurnihed i
Gen. Robert C. White of St. Au- hOUSe loiated at 1 17 W Madison .

Yawn said he asked State i Jackson told police to take this feustine. assistant adjutant general. I I will represent Florida at the Nat- j i ii 680 W. MadisoiicPhone 356-W tIS-\\. .fontat-t )t. A. ''.(> n... rhon--,

Trooper C Musgrovev clampdown step if necessary. to guarantee i ional Rifle Matches in Camp Per- : IJI $ :

This Week's SpecialsJUNE on the muffler offense. He appearance of complaining: wit- Stephens won the medal for I IIJ'. Ohio. in September. I I Starke FU. FOR good S-\LE-By owner !O acre
said some trucks have worn-out nesses.' farming land. Nice S room
FOR flENT-ix: room unfurnished bungalow. Ligkts, running- water -
mufflers while some drivers deliberately -i The- matter came to a crux I: house. Inquire at G Y'8 Home and deep well. Sell for L_
mufflers the Appliance UcngOfR cash and easy terms on bal 6-_
1 THRU JULY 5 gut on this week when police charged a Lawtey Methodists Repair ChurchLawtey miles west of Starke on Hwy f 2',
theory engine horsepower is hik I man with reckless driving and ; TK.NTII! ANMVKHSARVRADIO Known at Layles Hwr. Se"
ed. REPAIRED owner all day Sunday or writ
.- ,- --- -- causing an accident. An M.Vn All ModrUKra Rt. !. BOil 177. Starke. Fla. Iti
Arrested and sentenced to $25:! I .WB.ble charier n.r....*. r
When he appeared in court -4 SHEPHERD WANTED TO nrr-I:; 20
TRAINING fine or 10 days for the muffler UHA T. or anr4in
Jackson dismissed the case because 703f.. 'an St. SNirke Ph. 23: I IVadford <'ount} on paved road.
c offense this week were Ralph -' with or without buildings |40
I did not see the accident -
police
Rhodes. Ernest M. Samaniego and FOR SALE-New 8 8 x 16 Concrete to Sl5 per acre Write Bradford
PANTS and the driver of the other block. Uc. Cement $1.60' County T-legraph. Box q 3-H
David M. Gleaton. II Mortar Mix )1.20 per Starke t..hg 6'i''I
car did not appear as a complaining per bag. I
Others sentenced this week in bal Bradford Engineering; t'n ,
i witness as he promised. t phone n Starke. u FOR SALE nn v"ry easy f. rmtractive "
S Sizes 212White County Court were Theodore Dix. :'II ha I I bungal w on Urir.- i.,'
Jackson told the police force = !I I All convenienceMr. y'. IINOW
motor vehicle without Oners I' bedroom farageApartment
& ColoNS using FOIl nEXT-Tv.) i .
i N'ollman. Starke .,,,
10 "I can't convict a man on hear : ; mpl"tly furnished'on I H.
consent $25 or days;
1'1
First QualityTOWELS 'l'f Kinpsley Lake Mrs. ('arll|
i witness should ".".
say. If you feel a MOVKI TO r WF.ST PRATT
while intoxicated Iike.tfchs. '
James Hill driving I Jo.n l'hoi H-J or see at .
| be here to complete the case put I.- : Stre -t rrofe.iinil: H..ll'm"K
CharlesE. )
$150 or 30 days; J !' I Kveiiing Dre--es. Suitanil Phil
Woodward improper passing : him under bond if you have to ; ". drenI."-.... Sp.. iat! :> Ph""..
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;.. ":-, Foil SM.K-P.cJ Puert'. Kir" pota- :396-J Park rtiehieiSchwinn ; I frhg
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$150 or 60 days. t.,<> vln- It p--r 1.000 delivered.\
I County Health Chief F I' lidsK': ". V:..\ 6'.. ,
Stark.- -M S -> :. Bicycles

7CI Police Court Brings [Attends EncampmentDr. 1 AMI REPAIRING

First Quality $220 From ViolatorsThe FOR SALE SAWS FILFU:

::1{ LimitS A Y. Covington. director, of U\\VX MOWEKS Ht-I'\IRtn: :

the Bradford. Clay. and I'mon SEVERAL HorSES
lLsh ToelSCARVES: City Court of Mayor W. T. County Health Departments will: AM) STORE ROOMSAt Simpson Bike ShopS.

I Jackson resulted in $220 in fines Prices. "'alnut.tn.t!
leave for Ft. Stewart. Ga. on 4 Bargain
1 and forfeitures Monday 1 for two weeks : Can Be Moved On YourProperty
July summer t \
C i Forfeiting bonds were Buddie
training with the 48th Armored Fri.VISHKI: AI'AKTMKXT: : FI-!:
Thompson reckless driving and Division of the Florida National] Methodists pause to enjoy a country dinner on the grounds For Information Inspection I'I\T--\II: m-dern ...n.trntly ". .

4 ]! speeding. ;$2r: ; Aman Griffis driving Guard.Dr. of Methodist: Church at Lan Ie)' last Saturday. Volunteer workers And Sul<"" Price, Contact .- Phone prixat 1SS-J j"i i. -'..USt. ?

without a lIcense. $35: Charlie
First quality I I Covir.gton. a lieutenant colonel -' \\ere busy repuiring the 67-year-old frame structure, which had Phil P. Vitsky -
Jefferson Ulmer. improper passing 'I W\-TI-I-Waitre I\i: \"n t
I Regular 29c" 'I and causing; an accident. S23: in the Medical Corps, is Medical been damaged by termites and other decay and tearing out the 1 Box 486 I'hun.12;)-.) .-.l .."...- preferred Afl"1 "i-.ii/ t.

S Silki.CREEPERS. : John Samuel 1 Lower reckless Inspector for the 48th Division piaster <>n the walls. The project calls for the replacement of rotted ', Marke. Ha. H..uJt..urant ) t. I."

I "Inving and causing an accident. and is assigned to Division \\'oodilh treated timber and the re-plastering of the interior walls.Shuun Movable Homi". Bought & Sold ;' Fi.N'i ..\5t) I'AIMIN'j !p.". 1.
\ our roiif leak. n*-*-.1 i- 1 MI; :
I Slifi Mittes Camble. public intoxi- Headquarter above enjoying the repast which was prepared by the I '0.-", r..i. gtittrguarante'd \\ ,

I alum $25: Sam McBright. pub- I Dunn? his absence. Dr. J. I). women of the church are: In the foreground, Lamar Priest stand-1 I Ph..n. "4 1 .:s '.4.
: ; ; III MM:>" I" t.OOII I a-k for lill! th Ii.,f. 1' ; I
c I 'i intoxication and driving with- I Workman. from the State Board ing. left to right Tommy Carter. Don Carter. ('I lele_ Wainwright, IonJune' ; !
lof i Health. will be in attendance I MTK1 F.IIfax'r.: l.arg"1 i-c.t :-\1.t-1! .. -dr-i'.i '. ru >ii.l
a license $.5. .. W. T. Kt'mp.hhil' lIarlt )'. Paul Dinkins, Mary DinUins. H. i iC. :i -v >rti4is! if rca' I.--. farm. ..Uh- I U'urfl "'"1K.d\\ u" Moi 1 ,' j
Finer) $10 for running a red during clinic days. :' rr.il I ,."at... with a n-ri.rd nf .
39 Pierce I. II. Futch II. C. 1I,1fIt'11': .. 1 \ pun h Ktnorv: J. hnN i'.iJiitnrf : \
I. II. Fut Ii. Ir... Truby .. "
I 1 :1 <.1 than :;uar.-< h.fl.raii.'crb I' ,i ."
legular SII 1 jr.1 U.LS Mrs. Blanche Johnson \\ain\\ril"ht. :\11'''. Mae \\clls, :\1,-". Fete Wai \Hil"ht. in..." -"og "i- right man I
First Quality 1 Mt> Johnson pleaded guilty butia Recent Births r "upl ti. takr u\-r the ftark! : loft SALE-l"-ed C '..n r- 1'! ., I 1
Others who attended not shoun in the ,.,. ..d .
tulfi court the incident was photo were: I George1Roberts. I Mti r> 'iniil.-tr training '- I -\\ ,.t..ruut" A--- ..a'F" .-' "
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Lots of It.'sMEN'S
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)11''.. Don Jones, )11'''. Hubert Priest. I'et.'ainHi ht. 'i ..tl" MifH'rviM'in tnd advertising' 1 t' 1..1 I.-
inmtentinnal. I iipport to, aturii'i ci-s. :Xo in- I
Lt and Mrs William O. Collinsof Wendell Kelly. Hub C'arter and Hugh Ingram. and Mi'... Rebecca '. timnt required Kealtate tnfii \- .1|: ,-\J.E"I"ha'llla'laft..r ,-I, .. '
Camp Blandmg announce the I .- < .. not neiary --- as-si.-t- : KM lh"l1 .:" \\ 1 I' I'I
Molelmog. .Methodist rural distriit worker. I akefield'is ..
t'Tro) .M. \\ n. .- given inr. urniK ljcrn -. In-
Lawtey Lions Install birth: of a boy. Douglas Waynei also united from h.., nst-lsm I .. .. ..
.
pastor of the church. CiJiry 'ct: SALK- brad i--'! -i .tt I
c i June IS at Orange Park Hospital I -al.! ..n or brokerwho want tnJ r l".uhl.irej''d "or..I-t irlmift ,
President D. A. Jones irra'thrir iiu.ins, byharini? Lawtry ;. : ;,
-- -- --- - -- ii the benefits of UNITE': )'- natir.nide -I

TSHRTSRegular 3 7 Officers for the comingypat' Mr and Mrs. Benedict Finzer 1 teen of Starke. a son Harold Judge Patten Assumes'J..hn\\ pr"gralll.T. Long. I'tstri'-t\\'r- today SalMur. : 'I: IJ-XT-J-"H. fr..'"' puri h r.II."n.- hotishouvr. .i.l...-k. \

I wer. installed by the Lawtey' i 1 announced the adopion of a son Michael; June 21. (r.MTKI FA KM AOKXi'Y: I fromi h','.: I'h ..n1".7 I lip t
I 49c I:. 701. Inernr. Florida'Jt
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2 LimitS Lions at their bi-monthly meet i! Christofer Michael. Mr. and Mrs. William W. Dix- Presidency Of Rotary ,-hg 7 ti il I i.", .I'XU.-%"'' !;.eittir..- ..n ncr
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,
ing last Thursday at the City I on of Lawtey a daughter Tresa I Call .-!ak. ::. J.J li-hg
First duality Hall I Marie. June 22. Circuit Judge George L. Pat- !aitviN-sf.s FI"II. :MEATS -- !
FRESH
Mr. and Mrs. Barney E :McP.ae. FISH -- Pon/TRY. F"l: >1.tj.6:: i""h HoiPIkr,
Officers who were installed by j,I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Thorntonof ten took over the rE.'inof the' "cA!I.Y ui-KX: .: iI rxi':I'\r. PIIOXF.: -peed s-ar.-- Rr jn Kuc era..c:' '- i iI
Jr. of Miami and Lake City an- .n-J IIY NK'KS: FC.fIT STAXP2tp I
1: Zone Chairman Hugh Ingram, i Starke. a son. Nathan: Dennis. Starke Rotary Club Wednesday : T 6 I Pam l lI It. .
Ph.aeI nounee the birth of a son. Barney ,
were as follows: June 22. from retiring president. T. H. \
first E McPje. m. on June 22 at the I .i iSlaje. ...< It: >A1.K->", ...-: I'otatoe \ 10"i- $J JO "rTiI PAUMWAT. T.ak
; a 3Miao i. I President D. A. Jonea; I Lake Shore Hospital: in Lake Mr. and Mrs. Calvin P. :Martin A report of the year's acti- per !.0"M >'"U .1: tht-ni $1 eri.rIcA. I Worth. Kl'trula--rorner ..part-

: vice president. H E. Priest: 2nd City. of Keystone Heights, a son. ;'vities was given by the outgoing'I ': I 'in them :X t' 'oleman. 1 m.-nt .lo'.' t" Ocean dun.year-
I vice president. W. P Green: 3rd r : I Onffi.s' Loop UpKOI free r-n' f'rStarke prrert>
James Winston June 25. I Would ,. .
: I president handing over the !gavel c.nsid'assuming "m -
vice president. Dan R. Stone: j ; :;AI.t-I: Chevrolet fulp.- balanrif iJ-sirable l'rrfr
I secretary. L H. Futch: treasurer,.1 The Bradford: County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Prevail of It was announced that no meet- wond Tru.'k. onr chain saw. *ne Highway: V. 10* or ?'er". no l- I!
1
I whl saw" and title < ow. All fllr Aiano.Ic'} Palmwaj.
H C Kelly: directors. C. L. Carter 1 announces the following births: Lawtey. a son. Leslie Travis I ling will be held next Wednesday I I 13000. B. L Darne Pox. 12 Worth. FU L.ik-I'? I!

and Mitchell Brown: Lie: I :Mr and Mrs. Joseph Jordan I June 24. because of the 4th of July holiday I Hampton. Fla. ItchgLAKKVIKVV !

Call St. Tamer. D. B. Harley; Tail Twister ..1' of Palatka a daughter CynthiaAnn. i Mr. a.1dtrs.. Earl Prescott of! Tonight ( Friday I P.otanar.s and.J' BKACH: ')H PKoa.n t.. REFINED I. \In'wants mall fur- i
I Milo Smith. June 25 The maternal I I Fe. Cottages reserved by week or ni h-d h' u-. n"ar Starke. prefer
Maniac a daughter. June 26. their Rotary Anns will hod: a Ladies rr.untk. Hathirn. Boating. Fish. one off main highway. Up ,
Jones succeeds Dave Shufoia I I grandparents are :Mr and Mrs. I 1'.. ni' partif. welcomed f'hon- ,
I who served as president during; H. A. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bregerof Night banquet and proerrasi at i li e >>:r.2. Wa!.... A I- Kahr i \\ E t'i'V1.1' tu. I'S.U -" : <
I I' < > P'.'\ ',*'. Kr'-n: Fla. I TfRK l-lr.J Fu.-n.ture 'f-.,
[:I)ithe past year. :: Mr ar.d Mrs. Howard: L Os- Starke a daughter. June 27 the Carp B'.ar.ding: officers cub! 4. :Pg 7 2o I Ph.jn41.. tfrhgBR.DFORD









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