Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879 _

VOLUME VE.NTY-EIGIIT: : : MTAKKK.: n.ORIIJ.1UD..\Y. Jl'LV 6, 1956 :\MIlKi: : ; ONI: :
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''Armed' Youth Holds Up Starke Bank

Man Holds Staff Captive And Makes Off

Dies At Camp By County With Undetermined

City Turns Down AmountA

, lone unmasked: robber, armed with a muluT. heli: ,

Freak i AccidentKills Vote Machines ;captive the staff of the Florida Bank at Starke Thiirsda\}

morning and made off with an undetermined amount o:
Water Rate HikeStarke

Guardman Probe OrderedA i money.The youthful stick-up man was described as \vliite. in

Drunk after druak goes down the drain Tuesday as city official., destroy his early 20's, dressed in black sport shirt and jeans, and

some of the 100 gallons of moonshine bagged off a "runner" Official Warns Finances Serious check into possibility of buy- 'relatively clean shaven except for need of a haircut. He

recently In Starke. Major W. T (Billy) Jackson, flunked by Policemen .. PfCharles E Green 21, ai For Next Three Months ing or leasing voting machinesfor !i: wore no disguise.

E. F. :Miles! (left) and W K. Griffis, pour the shine into the i member of Co. C. National Guard three of Bradford County'slargest I The ponce pick-up order! si.i I II

city sewage dispersal unit. j!': now oft maneuvers died at Camp 1 I A hike in City of Starke water rates was narrowly precincts was initiatedby I 1!I the was about five feet nine inches

i night as the Georgia result of an Wednesday accident I averted with a tie vote Tuesday, as the City Council wa the County Commission Ion-I, No More Roaming I' in height had brown hair a-1: I

City Fines Bootlegger $500 described by camp medical officers I warned the city will be in dire financial-condition-- ----- -for- the dayThe proposal was made by'i',I 'I wore forearm.adhesive Police tape theorize on the hiIf 1i;;: :.

': as "one in a million." I next three months. i Commissioner H. A, < Buddyij' I MITZI'S TALE : was used to conceal a t tit too
Green beside tent A to raise the minimum ,,
| was sitting a move I'I
Fact And Fiction Bishop who said numerous voters i| j When he made his ge'-aw: ; (r
Police Make Shine HaulA j in the company street watching j' 'water rate from $I 35 to S2 per j : had inquired about the mach- | at 9:10: Thursday morning wee-n

1 fellow Guardsmen play softball 'J i 5,000 gallons failed with a 2-2
I' Int'S.'ih: the hopes, they might ; i end crowds were alrf'allbll..> .
;1 when ball from the I vote Council Chairman Jann-r.:.
a slipped pitcher's -
I i
I' i speed up voting and ballot counting I milling!: on downtown streeti'-
I| hand and struck him on | A. Lewis, absent on vacation was About, New PlantAre '
what '
moonshine runner, headed south with 100 gallons of :' : er police ailed a quit"
break the tie.
the side of his neck. The not present to
young I| '
He said J the machines are most Fourth of July.
'shine picked up in Bradford :County vicinity, was nabbed by 't Guardsman gasped "Boys that :, At the same time. City Clerk '

two city policemen last week and fined $500 in City Court hurt," and keeled over. ;1 I Carl Johns said "I feel it i i- m\ IntermingledThis needed in South Starke. :North'> 15-nik InuredSince
j Starke and Lawtey. He pointed'out the bank ,
is insured) h.
Monday. 1 Post hospital and divisionalI I duty to warn you the city is in' '
confiscated vehicle, which he said I that slightly: larger Clay the Federal Deposit In.sui.iR, '
Drawing the fine was Arthur medical officers were on the scene I serious' : financial condition We.I < had converted to machine I'1.1'1',
he had just purchased and the County ( the Federal Bureau or ir-I;
Henry Stanwood of St. Petersburg immediately and rendered all i title was still being transferredin voting .estimation: : was called im'iiedi.it.
who pleaded guilty to Tallahassee. Jackson declinedto possible aid. Artificial lespiration I 1 ." If j purely speculative ai tides! about "Ballot counting in large pre, 1: !K. into the case !! :

and administered f Johns simply was urging moI : Howard his
transporting illegal whiskey. oxygen drugs were Hughes! locating "
return the car immediately, on cmcts is too slow, said Bishop Bradford l Sheriff P p Reddi
Stanwood was arrested by City in an attempt to revive the i I deration in expenditures. He remained -: multi-million dollar jet aircraft '.1
the basis he wanted to check "When the daily papers came out ate l :immediately broadcast a 22-cou: -
and Guardsman. Preparations neutral on the effort to plant near Bradford County.But '
Tomlinson young
Policemen Shep with City Attorney Arch ThomasJr. 1 t the morning after the primaries t Iv alarm with wider look-out
| <11'-
E. F. Miles, who saw him headed were being made to place him in ((1 hike the minimum water rate first you should know: j Bradford was one of two counties north 1916 Ford and were I an iron lung when he was pronounced although he said it would raise ] and national -
in a
Claimed Ignorance 1), There is good reason for which had not reported on state wires later.
dead about 8:45: m.. an additional $8.000\ to $9 f)00) Mitzi
tipped off by a "public spiritedcitizen" Eoyette claimed the moonshine I p. a't the flesh flurry of rumors, because races. It gives the county an The FBI launched I its\: mveigallon : .-
that he would have a an hour after the accident occur- year and affect 1.200:! city pat-j >
runner was using the vehicle ; I I I mysterious visitors flying awful black eye. I Mitzi is a not so iaiiylik. female within a couple of houi

load of moonshine on his return, without permission, and he did 'I red. rons. I a Howard Hughes airplane have One or two commissioners agreed monkev w.n:! a yen for Bank employees immediately 1I 1-
town. Medical officers said the severe Hark Proposes IlikeThe I|
through not know it was put to illegal I been using the Kestone Airpark j with Bishop that machines! travel. She belongs to :Mark i gm compiling the loss and ofticj -
blow the throat to raise the ,
I on apparently move water j
Near County Line use. eight miles away. would save money, since the I Ritch. who operates a tourist j ials were unable to give :an esti-1i
paralyzed the action of charge was initiated by Council- i
Since Stanwood was gone onlyan At the same time he declined I I( 21 State Adjutant General county pays workers for the long stop on U. S. 301 south of mate. They said the robber took
Green's heart. man I. E. Clark and supported )iby i I
hour, police speculated he to press stolen vehicle charges Surviving are Green's wife t Councilman Ewell Lawson. Opposing -i Mark Lance of St Augustine 1 hours of ballot counting.! Starke I every denomination of bills available :-

traveled the Old Blanding road against Stanwood, and the two j Geraldine and two year old son. councilmen were T. C !j says emphatically that Hugheshas Only commissioner entertaining I Mitzi escaped a few days ranging from ones to hund-

(State Road 161 and picked up drove together after payingthe shown and efforts to
interestin recaptureher
away I Larry Charles, all of Heilbronn absolutely no ; doutts about machine voting was ago reds.Bank
the wiskey from a still just over fine. the were to no avail. :Mitzi set President S. L.
Springs; his parents, :Mr.: and Camp Blandmg reserva- ]M. O. Harrell who said the coun Peek Jr

the Clay County line. I The value of the load of moonshine I Mrs. Ernest Green: a brother Pessimist tion. I ty's recent ballot counting methods her leisurely course toward stressed that all the bank's deposits

Additional evidence of a still in ; at $6 a gallon, was about Roger Dale, and sister, Bernice TIn- Iotorl'\l Plane 1 had speeded up the process ,j j Hampton, when Ritch faintly are insured, and no bank

the Bradford-Clay area was uncovered $600. Officers this week began I' also of Heilbronn. ('ity Councilman I. t;. Clark's; According to Manager Harry 1 1i Harrell also said the county was recalled being told tear gas patron will suffer loss The onh

:Monday when a Jackson- taking loads of it to the city sanitary I Green's occupation was farm- proposal to hike Starke minlI i Baker of the Keystone Airpark.I too small for machines.In I was a "sure thing" for catch- immediate effect of the robber'.

ville man was caught near Mid- unit for disposal I( '' ing monkeys.He was that the bank .
'ing, and h had been a member j mumat..r rates had just been the Hughes twin-motored aircraft other actions the commission -I opened 3"
dleburg in a truck loaded with Transporting over a gallon ofj i ia'ting put in a hurried call to minutes later than usual Thurs-
.! of the National Guard for several defeated with a 2-2 tote when first showed up three week j : I
16 five-gallon jugs of whiskey. moonshine, under new state law j Council Chairman T. t" I Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown. day.
I ,i ago. Two men disembarked and
I years. Accepted foot right of wav 1 I
The case was turned over to federal is $5.000 I Brown showed with reinforcements Forced Window
a felony punishable by I Ii -
Hazen asked Clark if he had up
I The body will be brought home ; were picked up by a man driving ,deed and to a I
agreed improve
authorities. or five in jail. But such a I' in the form of off- Peek described this
years j ;j other matters for considera series of
i a Cadillac foreign to Baker.
I road between the of
When police stopped Stanwood I strong penalty is not permitted i iI fol.'lowing I tion. properties \ duty City Policeman W. K. events:
an autopsy performed I I "It was a funny color, and T H. G. Bollinger and R. Dodd on
20 I under ordinance. I I Griffis. The officers Ritch, and The armed robber
they found burlap-wrapped city I|' Answered 'lark humorously broke int.ii
Thursday. Funeral arrangements j know it wasn't local! said Bak- the Heights road. Boll-
five-gallon jugs of moonshine. I Sheriff P. D. Reddish said simi- ;1! had not been announced at press I II I ; "Xo. If I did it'd get beat. I er. He speculated the men headedin inger Keystone and Dodd both deeded over';j' a conglomeration of neighbors i the bank sometime in the nigh
stashed in truck lar in Court I treed Mitzi |I| He forced a back
J Five were the cases County usu-j i near Hampton. window which
time the I
of Green
I yesterday.Council
) Direction
CO\'e. 20 feet along the line !
of the car, and 15 were on the ally resulted in $500 fines, with Hazen and Mrs. Ruby Johns. property I Brown lobbed one, then two. faces on an alley, without breaking -
and he
Springs, noted the '
plane i for the road, which will serve'three
back seat and covered with a sometimes a six month sentencein Clark commented, "I don't see remained at the airbase i|I then three tear gas shells at the glass.

blanket. addition. I' how we can operate much longerthe only houses :Mitzi. When bank janitor Dan Thomas
: about four hours. I "
Reddish, acknowledging there 1 I Ij way we have been. Peopleget i]'' Purchased a $50 advertisementin Monkey owner Ritch was entered the tank about 7
The whiskey and the car was On its side, he said, was p'i
(confiscated although Stanwoodwas j I j may be a moonshine still right | mad at me because we can't |i sign; with the words "Howard a magazine of the National j gassed. Ritch's son Jimmy a. m., he was threatened bv 'hej

released under $500 bond. 1 over the Bradford line, said he 11!i Police furnish services, and it does lit-1[ !Hughes Enterprises." Highway Safety Assn. of Jack- I j! was gassed. Neighbors Van I armed youth and tied up with a 1-

| did not know of still located Payments tie good to tell them we don't j sonville. Prescott, Dick Smith and hesive tape.
\ any ,
When T. \,
Mayor W. (Billy ( On :Monday, June 25: a prominent -
Jackson levied the $500 fine Mon : in Bradford. He has no jurisdiction I have the money I Starke real estate man was i, Accepted 19 feet of right of' James Wood were gassed. Policeman I As the three other male bank

!I outside of the county. Noting that consulting- engine-, way from W. S. Sibley for widen-j I i Griffis was gassed. I employees entered the buildingeach
day. Stanwood said he could payonly I at the Airpark when a plane ;
$:!50 But a man he identi- Issue: To Mayor ers last year had advised a raise I II [landed which he was told belonged ing a graded road eight miles I! Deputy Brown was gassed. j ji I was bound with tape These

"bossman" in water rates, he added "You j! from Starke on State Road 100 i :Mitzi stayed in the tree.The j included Peek, Billy Epps and Cj
fied as his ;; left City I to the Hughes company
Youths' i can't give people water cheaper' The road is adjacent to 40-lot crowd cut down E. Hernwall.i .
Driving a crying j j
Hall for a few monents and then : The of Starke's I'I'I One man smoking a cigar, got ,
; question cityI i than we are now. I subdivision. :j j the tree. Mitzi headed for a i i Wompn"ot: Bound
to the
returned put remaining 'out. had brief neighborly talk
up a I
| policemen receiving pay from 11 I I Opposition to the water hike i j' Agreed to furnish 10 nearby cornfield and was cornered |I The robber did not!, however
5250. j with a couple and child! in a near portable
; County Sheriff P. D Reddish was 1 i i by :Mrs.[ Johns Hazen I tie four
; I was j by Williard Wynn's foxhound up women
The "bossman" identified him- Draws Criticism |laid i I before the City Council Tues- by car, got into his own Buick voting booths for the Lawtey pre- |j I' employed in
based lack the
[! on of planning. Both} I I! Ritch grabbed Mitzi bank. He held them at bay
self as' F B. Boyette St. Petersburg and drove off.
i day night, but the Council dumpedthe i! objected to increasing revenue I 1 cinct. Lawtey Council Chairman and clapped her into a cage I with threat

garage and service station I issue right back into the lap( |! (Continue! on Page Ten) I II i Fishing Trip I I j ji O. J. Phillips advised that voting' j jJ Wynn's foxhound was un- I He waited:! until around 9am
operator By Starke JudgeThe of Mayor W. T. Jackson. ] i "lIe could have been on a fish- i
>| I could be bLawI i injured. i when the time lock
J space provided makes entry
Bovette asked for return of theCity i Jackson had turned to the ing trip, said the Starke busi: I into

I Council for advice, seeking to> \| August 16 I nessman. tey but portable booths would be I jj I. forced the Wk vault possible and:!

Starke City Court this I' know if the city would accept ar- | Meanwhile, Keystone Civil Air j necessary. New Railroad Signal i vault. employees to open the

week clamped down on drag rac- from the sheriff and, if 1 Patrol chief Roy Browning said' '
lest fees
| Upon request Hugh Ingram
: :
Installed At I He. stuffed
|ling and similar driving irregularities J the has been at the Air- LawteyAnother money from the
Chiefs Say I so, how should the money be used. Tax SetByCounlyBoard plane |: agreed to clay surface two basketball vault int..

[ ty sentencing three 'teenI Only one councilman, Mrs. Ruby Hearing park off and on for the past I I Imcnth. courts at Lawtey. automatic drop-arm I found in the* a bank pasteboard box he

agers to pay $25 fme or forfeit I Johns expressed much interest. That's all the light he and taped the
I I Agreed to a five-year lease railroad crossing device is being box closed before
driving licenses for 30 days. She said the money was legitimately could throw on the subject.The I leaving He
with the Federal Government for installed:: in Bradford left' the
ImpactIs ;
Turnpike County. building
I Mayor W. T. (Billy) Jackson the city's and "we need it." I airplane started afresh the | 9:10: a m
I rental of agricultural office quarters Latest to be installed is at the 12.0 minutes befoie tank
in his capacity as city judge lectured Otherwise, the Council treated[ flow of rumor. Primary idea is i opening
I In the old jail on Temple railroad crossing on the road I time.
the youths concerning driving the issue like an unwanted or- that Hughes can easily acquire '
I The Bradford County Commission Ave. The rental. $20' a monh: remains leading from Highway 301 at anoint i Esrapr| I'ndetected
FarReachingConstruction habits, and he added: phan. I II I' the needed 30,000 acres at nearby I j
the' same but the us- north of to the No one
was able
will 10
6 to
"I plead with you to respect f j The issue came about two weeks. meet a. m. August Blanding because he won't hay I! Ithe say hou-
''':'to hear the ual lease period has been one Highland mine of HumphreysGold robber escaped
familiesThey're complaints regarding j town. sin.
yourself and your ago when Sheriff Reddish revealed j to deal with a conglomeration of P

of the Florida the ones who suffer hu- :, that for seven yearn he had 1956 tax roll as compiled by Tax landowners. The land is owned bv vear. Corp. I he was not seen to leave Onebank

Turnpike and its Bradford Countyinterchange I nllli tion, although I know they've i. paid Starke policemen for mak- Assessor Gene Long. j I i the State Armory Board. i, employee however said she

will have far reach- I done all they can to raise youright" tug arrests in cases which came Last :Monday: Long submitted'| Threw" 'old Water Market Figures ShowFARMERS' believed she saw the youth on

ing ('fferon Starke. officials under the county's jurisdiction. his final figures to the County : But Gen. Lance the Board'! Wednesday the day before the

warned at City Council meeting" And turning to city policemen ;I I The police also are salaried by the Commission. They showed a to-I administrative officer. quickly robbery, when he was ruling (

Tuesdav ht. he them for II | tal evaluation of ; REVENUE RISESBradford motorcycle.The .
complimented appre- citr tax 5S.S77,759 threw cold water on the rumors '
Several officials noted thatdome before I Both Mayor Jackson and City.of which I Florida Bank of Stark
I bending the 'teenagers aj j $5658.849 is taxable J| "N'o one has inspected Camo

rather expensive improvements serious accident occurred. Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. ques- property. I I Blandmg as a prospl'cti.site.." 'I was established over 20 years ag"

will have: to be made, although ;- Policeman E. F. Miles said he II tioned the practice. Jackson said j| Taxable amounts include $3.- I' he said. "Xo one has inquired Count farm income 202. as compared to last year's, ,'This is the first robbery m i ii iti!<

there is no money in sight the he believed it illegal and Thomas: as reflected in season's end trans 1.463 hampers for $4,553. i history.
been warning
had 151. 30 in non exempt real [ about it. and no one has been on I I
for the j'ib. regularly, but he said it reached re-expressed his opinion Tuesday[ ] estate, $1,515,304 in personal the property. actions at the Starke Farmer's String beans also hit a slump I It is one in the chain of hank=

For example. :Mayer: W. T. Jackson a point where "warning after I night that the sheriff is "tipping"policemen j j' Market, shows almost a $50.000'jump with farmers marketing 610 ham-J Nonrated bv the Florida Na'iona!
1 I I property, and $991.815 in railroad "It's impossible to get on theI
!said the city will have to lay didn't do any good and laying everyone I| over last year's figure. j pers for $1.617. an average;:: ofj f ,, Group of Banks which was star'I -
warning and reservation either through th"
; telegraph property. 'I
some first class! sewer and waterlines Commented Jackson "I want open to the charge that he is op- i I military the I Asst. :Market Manager Dorothy $270 Last year they marketed[ 'ed bv Alfred I. DuPo-tf m the

before the Turnpike Author- erating f a machine. Clerk of the Circuit Court I or Humphreys Gold Alvarez said the Starke :Market 2.300 hampers for SS.9&9 1 I I 1930's Still living is Mrs DuPont
them from
you bring gate, without about
ItmO"t'I in with major improven Reddish told the Telegraph earlier Charles Darby told the commissIioners | us knowing this season handled 54.629 pack- I I I although Ed Ball of .Jal'k
on. j: it." Corn, which used to be kingin ; >lllr.\'dlf';
to State Roads 230 and 16 this week he was willing to he anticipated the tax roll :, ages which brought farmer:; $209- j I and Tallahassee has hen adm
mother of :Market '
:Mrs Lou Struth. ont'of Starke isn't the only Floi'1Citv transactions, slipped :r.-
roth destined to be Turnpike ac- "I'mglad |! turn the arrest fee over to the would yield about $2,750 more i' 910 in revenue. ; istrator of the DuPont estate
the boys told Jackson in a dither over the nlan badlv: Farmers sold 5.&S2 crates
'eRS roads! he does when Jacksonville than raised in 1935.:
city just as I This favorably to the
they were stopped. I hopet' ( which will employ over 15.000 compares ; and bags/: for S10.8H. an averageof
,1!t.!! be Starke's last chance to city police make an arrest : Earlier the Telegraph figured which
i 56.890 packages yielded
will grow up. In fact I hope i! Seining in Central Florida i j.- ; $1 S5. Last year, they marketed G. K. Lewis Apopka
improve those tines said Jackson I for him. 1 that county ad valorem taxes I 5161,419 last year. However, the' I ,
can stop more of them. 15.771 packages for $29,1):>-1.
you [ undergoing the same sort of disturbance :,
don't know where the i This was the action Jacksonsought would amount to .about $210500'' 1956 figure falls far below the Brother Of Council
Mavor Jackson tourvl l Jlhn1: since Hushes' agent. Poppers were down inolune'! : '
tiuinei ('omin;: from but it'll at Council meeting. City this year, minus the discounts i2 l.523 level established in 1954.

have! '" be (dune on those two Xt'\\ -"::1lt'. 18 and Rod.K truth:: Attorney Thomas however. saidlit 1 envn: ('atbll'.1! taxpayers have been reported in that area Pecans and strawberries made but up in prig e Farmer-r >Ae() Head, Dies June 26

street 1 17 i ullt\ .'I! ilias iang: IUMth: ,' Ptl:! feel l had abnu': not! being I 4 777 husheU! this war f"i a fiiuf
the mt'nt
believed \ system terrific contributions to the
pa Thte. :: l lased l increase I .
; !In.at. < "n a
And HiClerk Carl Johns said ,ii1 di it'n theatre.. Bh add' -.houid be ailed oi: all the way wa .' ,. "in 1 the knov. Please don't savOr in farm revenue Other "f $20111 an averag- '.f f $121 I F'inei.il' sejvuef'! .icir'1-'
t"i: !1.a\( -:f .72.-> >! -
then should budget funds for mltt.j th, '. 'sere! ;, ''a.nlll! ?''I' arounii millago < :pt Lflr- He !has even receivedin 1 farm La-' '. > .!: !tu-\' marked i ij:; :;:,2 K ik Le.iii Sr,10 i' .

H. an\ ai' ,'eleiatund: : < e Miming the < ants' !M'' '!!agek "i'i'' :'l nqmn.' .(ibr.u Hughe- interns' major products including bti'.he.foi,r $27 'S36 i ('""\< (('hal! man .1 I;. '".-.f A {L..w-
advertising Starke as a Turnpikesccesj When It betamr obvious the .... ," 'orn showed d drop .
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pomi! The Slrulh.urll .mis, !M. Oumril! a> whole wanted no' part ne r Branding fiom m" one -tthei Th Market handled\ 1 536) hamper : of Starkf; were head, I h> .' Sr '
whom-, .- ulil' b. hiK- d\ f- ,n. i i9 This:' wear the :Market handled ..
'han r S Ser <(jeim Smather if rlllt"rhl'an$1836! :. tn. B-I! '; Fjncr.'i' flirt i'a>i
Starke is bec-oming a road !'inquisn hi.- license 'or! in u\ 01 the problem Jackson and :; 1 : an)
228.757 for
:' 211 pounds of pe'ans $
millS .
'J ,
Tt- "Un Jir-l-' v, 'iVfiy. fif tS :!<> L'P'i' >h'--P kit BlIr.a! was' in JaMi'a.!' .-'

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/.rrrrrYrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. spending his week with her
editorialSituation brother-in-law sister the

Farmer's DiaryBy HIGHLAND Luther HilliardIr. :>. and Mrs E. C. Long. Farm visited friends here last

and Mrs. E'estonOort'lan Mrs C. M. Seigler and children, weekend.
Sam McGarrey and son of Jacksonville visited and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell spent las
lly 31rs. Lacy ItornmuMr Friends of Mrs J. C Walla ewill
At State Prison the Leon Normans last Sunday. Friday afternoon with :Mr.: ana
.&AA&&...&&&.....&& Mrs. Wade Gaskins and Jimmyand Mrs. Bryan Whit field at Camp- be glad ti< knth.H :o.:.?

thing in the world on him excepting and Mrs. L. M :Normanand Arthur Gaskins were shop- ville. Mike Seigler remained to is recuperating home this' week

Demands County's AttentionWe Lydia Pinkham's compound family spent Sunday in Jacksonville ping in Jacksonville last Satur- spend the weekend with his after a recent illness! in Bravlf'T i
it is a lelief. We a
got with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd day. grandparents.Miss County Hospial.I'1'ER1'TI1ING.
can of BHC from Doc :Mullins:
Jane Richarde of Gainesville
have a crisis at hand. It concerns the State used two tablespoons to two Norman.Mr. -
.r.r..rr..r..r.rr.r. spent the weekend with her
Prison at Raiford.It quarts of water and sprayed him and Mrs. RichIosel) the ; IX

should be plain at the outset that Bradford twice(Leo, of wet'k.Oo course. not' the the Doc I visited last week.Cliff He Carter-is in several a Jacksonville times- STATE FARMBy parents Mr. and Mrs.Morgan"Owen House Richardes.haa TILEAlso I
a \\ poor old
County has a great selfish interest in the Prison. hospital and we wish him a as their weekend guests Mr. and
mutt is almost free of the annoy-
The employment of 196 employees, presumingthat ing things and he gets in somegood speedy recovery.Mr. Janet Turner :Mis. Bert House and daugh'.er.Nancy .
Don't credit the rainmakers or
each spends $200 a month in this area, means else with all the rainwe're long naps without being and Mrs. R E. Sapp and Phone 135-J: of Thomasville. Ga. Mrs.
anyone J. C. House
about a $500,000 annual payroll. The chewed alive.It's sons of Green Cove spent Tues- of Thomasville! was I'KECASTCEMENT
having these days. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASpencer their
stake becomes obvious with the Lacey Normans.Mr. guest on Sunday.Mr. I
Bradford County's perfectly credit belongs to a cattlemanwho S day STEPS
and Mrs. Charles :Moselyof : Crews of Auburndale and Mrs. J. L. Ho')':. tlf !
and we see no reason to stress the point says: "I'm the one who is funny how the milk from I
Jackson'ille'isited the L.1.. visited his parents. Mr and Mrs. daughter of Jacksonville were
further. keeping it raining. All I've got to two cows can differ so much. JUDD TILE CO. I
Normans Sunday afternoon.We P. S. Crews, last Sunday.Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
do is toward the shed to get This week when Alice couldn'tcall
Now let's have a little history. go wish Grandmother Dowell Maurice Edwards Jr. ana Pace for three days this week. 127 Lafayette St t
out the mower and cut some hay up old Joy she did manageto
About 14 months ago convict George Ileroux and much speed in her recovery Sheis children of Starke were Sunday: Oscar Partney and daughter Phone 215-J
and it takes to raining. get Daisy instead so Alice t
Jr.. with an automatic smuggled into the Prison, S milked Daisy. We could tell the Mrs. Francis Eunice's grand dinner guests of her parents. Mr Kay. former residents of :he tt t

made an insane escape or vengeance attempt and Don't know if the Dog Days difference right away at breakfast mother. (
J. G. Godwin assistant prison because Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis ,
succeeded in killing have started yet or not but evenif Daisy's milk is not -
superintendent. Godwin, over the years, had they haven't, we are bogged nearly as rich as is that of our and baby of Jacksonville visited ro -

been the Prison's disciplinarian. He was known down with the heat. For the first old favorite Joy. But Daisy raise theOormans last Sunday

quantity, and doubtless had such respect and time since we've settled here, we the best calves we've ever had. illness We regret of Albert to report Starling the serious and llii@

firmness that he was largely responsible for manyof haven't a thing growing, and it S wish him a speedy recovery. OPERATION ri

the Prison's trouble-free years. is a strange feeling not to worry: Stopped by in Hampton to admire Mrs. Zettie Padgett is spendinga
about the weeds catching this or the shrubs and flowers ,,
But, with Godwin's death, the Prison lost a man few days with her granddaughter -> ,
that crop. Even so, the trees are around the home of Mrs. J. H
respected by convicts and a likely candidatefor growing, and so are the calvesso Saxon, who at 86 thinks she is Bettie Starling at Heil- '

the superintendency.About we have something working for the oldest resident of that com- bronn. anl .
Mr. and :Mrs.: Homer Smith .
six months ago, veteran Supt. L. F. us munity. She is very spry for her daughter have returned from O'f ,,
'" ,.
Chapman, who ruled with a fair but iron hand. I ag ,, and she keeps the grounds South Carolina where they spent .r

retired. Under Chapman, there had been no major Enjoyed a visit with Mr. and aruund her home neat as a pin. several days with friends and FOR BETTER FAR MING. ,

uprising and few complaints about the Prison. Mrs. Pat Miller and their daughter. and also does her own house. relatives. ,, .
Harriet, last Saturday at work. t
Incoming superintendent was DeWitt Sinclair .
their farm on the Griffis Loop
formerly wth the Prison, then a police chief. He load, the old Jesse Nevvsome Also talked with Mrs. Ola M.

had been assistant warden only a few months place. Pat is another one Of (Ma) Perkins, who has taught 'I

when Chapman turned the Prison's reins over to the County's part-time farmers school in Bradford for over 40 NORTH SIDE \ Yes, the hig difference in

as he is superintendent of the years, and who at one time taughtin today's rural scene is that
him.Then Hercules Maintenance Shops in the old Futch School near Law- Dy Mrs. Oscar Carter i
on May 17, came the "bean" uprising. cvcr-Rcddy electric switch!
Starke and farms in his spare tey, which was located near Pete So for
One convict was killed by guards, several others mixing,or pumping
time. Daughter Harriet also does Wainwright's farm.In fact "Ma"
wounded. The state's newspapers went virtuallyinto or scores of other chores...
some of the farming, although Perkins taught at one time or :Mrs.: Richard Carter is spend-
hysterics, administering generous doses of lately she has been the "chief another in almost every section of ing two weeks with her parentsthe t; for convenience, for profit,

criticism to Sinclair and probing into the prison's cook and bottle washer" due to the County. George Shufords in Lawtey + for more efficient farming

darkest nooks and crannies. We venture to say the recent illness of Mrs Miller S while Richard is at Camp Stewart : Sunshine Sen ice is jour

they've found nothing startling. ("Shoity," they call hcri. These little gasoline lawn mow- with the National Guards. K inIj hig big value!

Most vocal of newspapers are from the Miami The Millers have a fine registered ers do a good job. and particularly :Mr.: and :Mrs.: W.1.. Douglasand

area. Allow us to point out that this effort too, is 3-year-old Hereford bull I if you can keep the grass down. family of Miami recently
shin- named Domino, about five head But if it ever gets as high as visted the Oscar Carters and oth-
selfish since the hope in that area is that a
of grade Hereford heifers, anda ours is now, it is a real job. power er relatives here.
ing new prison fortress will be erected in fine 9-acre field of Pensacola mower or not. As one man said Mrs. W. :M.: Douglas of :Miami: 1/

South Florida. Bahia. In addition, they have an this week: It is a lot harder to and Mrs. Oscar Carter visited N

Supt. Sinclair blamed the uprising on over- 8-acre field of corn which looks push those things in the yard Mrs Carolyn Clemons in the _

crowded conditions. Since then a great number of mighty good. These folks are in than it was on the concrete floorof Heilbronn st'ctionIonday after- ,',-" .'

relief measures have been inaugurated. These include love with Bradford County, even the shop where you bought it. noon.Mrs.
more than the average persons, Carrie Norman spent
((1)) transferral of all women inmates to Lowell -'" ,. "
around in ::Maxvill'
for they have travelled a Sunday afternoon
which created housing for 400 more male A pair of our favorite mocking -
deal and contentto Muss Debbie
great now are with her sister
birds have in oak
convicts, ((2)) increase in number of parolees, with settle down. And, of yes, ask a nest an Phillips.
tree out front home and
of our
the likelihood that the rate will increase monthly, Pat about the "minnow" he has Leanion Norman of Miam- FOR BETTER
this week they brought the youngones LIVING. I
increased number of convicts transferred to in J. S .
((3)) mounted over the fireplace out and gave them a few visited his mother, Mrs. ***?
the 38 road camps, ((4)) construction started on a his living room! lessons in flying. We don't know Norman for a few days last week.M. m*: \

maximum security building to house a minimumof what the fledglings think of the D. Carter is spending a few All through jour home,too, N -..../
Notice that Bub Carter has a days at the State Farm with his .
80 convicts. deal but to us it looks pretty penny.wise 1 .
power service ,
the W sV
good stand of peas, which he Seems like Mama son-in-law and daughter
The Prison population has been reduced from rough. noses lightens your work bright. '
planted not long ago. And right to of the it G. Stringfellows.Rev. .
one edge nest gives
the convict '
2.500 to 2,200. We might add that Milton Dukes of Charleston ens jour living, gives "
down the road from him, Doug a shove head-over-teakettle, ana lOU ( ( ,
population at Raiford was seldom under 2,200 dur- Jones has some okra that is giv- it is either fly baby bird or break S. C. is spending a few days added leisure for family fun l l i ,
the last 10 of Chapman's superinten- with the O. J. Normans and ...for
ing years ing him a fit because he says your doggone neck. And althoughthe here church and school A. '

dency. the weeds are growing too fastS little ones look like their other friends. work..for fuller, richer '-; I a ,"j

Now let's have a little speculation. S engine's missing, and their tail :Mrs. Howard Norman and buppier Florida living 1

The May 17 "bean" uprising may have been At last we have got controlof down too far. they do manage to daughter spent :Monday: and ;.A \ I

merely to determine the mettle and strength of Leo* fleas! That might not fly. It's another one of the little Tuesday John in Jacksonville with the /#&<$ A

the new superintendent. Sinclair was an unknown sound like much to others but to miracles around us every day of Aguiars. -. I <
us, who have tried almost every- our lives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawfordare /& .
quantity, and he underwent his trial by fire with ( .
visiting in Cocoa this weekD. "Reddy Says-Remember:as you lJ(. ,_ w.,, .
distinction. step up" your use of Sunshine Service, .
D. Conner of Callahan spent '
t..rrrrrrrr.rr.r.rrrrrtGRAHAM from Georgia and Jackson- a
Yet, there had to be a whipping boy and it last weekend with his family you "step. down" he average price youp'r.j.i.
South Florida and its ville.Dr. "Operation Big Switch" now!
prison overpopulation.
was and
Campanello family here.Mr.
newspapers made their selfish grab, with pros- havev the sympathy of the com- and Mrs. Guy Rosier of FLORIDA fft.
pects for a South Florida prison. "Overpopulation"snowballed. Mri. John McKinneyAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA munnity in the loss of their father Macclenny visited the Charley &: LIGHT COMPANY %

S. Campanello, who died last Gaskins family Friday afternoonMrs.

Now is has become a monster out of proportion. Saturday in the Bradford Hos Louie Bell Wainwrightand

We see in the offing a tremendous multimilliondollar Caroline Melton of Waldo spent pital. daughter of Jacksonville are

outlay for a new prison with the long run from Wednesday to Sunday with Tom Lefevre of Tampa visited

effct of making Raiford an institution of secondary her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. his parents, the Ike Lefevres.
Albert Willis. last Thursday. Ike Levefre 13
Here are good and sufficent reasons for not We are sorry to report that slowly improving after a long ill.

drastically modifying the Prison system: Jennings Starling has the mumps. ness. A S
Monday afternoon guests ot
((1)) There is adequate acreage at Raiford for Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneywere ..'.." ." ."..'YYfTYf'.

expansion. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney -

((2)) Any new. prison near a thickly populatedarea of Gainesville :Miss Helen CLAY HILL LJLiWk

would merely complicate apprehension of Burns of Tyron, N. c., Mrs. Annie -J

Ward and children and Hor-
escapees. by :Mrs 9. L. StrjcklaatlAIAAAAAAAAALAAALAAAAAALA
((3)) Unlike mental hospitals, there is little ther- ace McKinney, all of Waldo.

apeutic value in keeping convicts near their Milton and Richard ewby ana

homes. It may do mental patients good to go homeon their wives, all of looresvil1e.Ind. .
., called on their old friends, Clifton Carter is
weekends, but this is hardly standard prison spending i
practice. Being "in the woods" does not destroy :Mr.: and Mrs. Ike Lefevre, Mon anoher week in St. Vincent's
day. '
Hospital where he underwent a J Jf
the value of a prison. Friends of Mrs. Anna Shelp 01 serious operation.
((4)) By necessity because of need in emergencies Starke
live regret that she is in the Ruth Corbert ot Wilmington. T5V
numbers of prison employees must ; r
large hospital.Mrs.
N. C., Mrs. Ernie
on the grounds. Thus. unlike a new factory, thereis Mack McKenzie ana daughter, who'isitej here recently -w-- L ..

no advantage in putting a prison near populatedareas daughter of Jacksonville are visiting underwent surgery last r.

because housing is not needed for workers. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friday. iJ

((5)) A new prison would mean duplication of John Surrency. \\'. B. England returned to

!such costly items as administration hospital: Friends of Mrs. Ed Parrish Florence, Ala. Thursday after a

identification bureaus, and the like. sympathize with her in the deathof short visit with his children here. ;

We do. however, find merit in Supt. Sinclair's her sister who !lived in Geor- Billy and Bobby Gurr of Jacky e ,

contention that 1.000 imprisoned men are too gia. son \'lIe spent most of last week r u .

to keep under a single roof. Such a group Tommy Dyal of Hampton Lake with their grandparents, the

many become uncontrollable.The has been visiting his grandparents. Stricklands. They tried fishing s y, u 1

can Bradford citizenryin Mr. and Mrs. B. Dyal. and rabbit hunting with their
time i is past due that
in particular Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Starlingof granddaddy, tut did not have
and Legislative agents
general, Clearwater are visiting hu much success. We had too much
should give concentrated attention to the problem.We part'ntsIr.. and :Mrs.: Perry Star- rain for fishing and it seeme-1 happy vacations
suggest local efforts should be directed to the rabbits knew someone was begin in a Chevy
which we
(1)) renovating): the present buildings. ling.Mr.:: and Mrs. Bobby Harden- hunting for them and just would-
understand are somewhat in ill repair and mentally brook and children of Jacksonville n't come out. Better luck next

depressing to inmates, and ((2)) constructionof were weekend guests of Mrs. time, boys. r ou'lllol'C to travel in it, because it loves to travel! When you i I

sufficient separate buildings to house specialized Hardenbrook's parents, Mr. and Bud and :Nellie Wilkinson: spent get this Chevrolet out on the road you'll want to keep going ,
such as hardened offenders in maximum Mrs. J. C. Moody. Sunday with Bud's mother. Gertie
groups and ivill the whole
security.In Faircloth and sister.. so family.America's .
!'('curihtrusties in minimum Has Wynn of Staike called on Irene Pad-

short, we think "otercro vdinifis being his son.inlaand daughter. Mr. gett.Mr. ,.. "' \
greatly overrated as the cause:: of all the prison's and Mrs. Carl Broughton, Sunday.Mr and Mrs. Sanderson Bennett ;i.'. 4}\'. 7\ \: \. Of course, even in a Chevrolet? thehappiest The fact is, few cars at any

troubles, and Bradford County might end up the and Mrs. Allen Ward of St. of Baldwin and their daughter } \'. vacations may involve price hold the road with Chevy's

loser unless we adopt some strong counteroffensive '-Iar's, Ga. are spending a few and family. :Mr.: and :Mrs.: \ a w one or two minor problems. Like grace with its solid feeling of

days with Mrs. Ward's parents, Peterson, called on the Strick- a fidgety small fry who want galstability.. And with horsepower

Mr and Mrs Leon Wynn.Mr. lands last Sunday afternoon.Rev. -, .x,. \:t- t v.... Ions of water and keep asking up to 225, Chevrolet moves out

Senator and Mrs L. E. Ratliff had Branch failed to be pres- if you're almost there. The big like a whiplash for saferpaS8IDg
Florida ,
informs ,
The daily us ent to preach for
press us
afternoon their
as guests Sunday \ things though are beautifully It's wonder
no that
Spessard L. Holland will attend the National son, Colen, and wife and Mrs. night and Rev. Lane filled the .. taken care of by this so many peo
roomy ChevpIe who used to
alternate delegate. pulpit. We have our '. < buy higher priced
Democratic Convention as an Rathffs mother Mrs. J. F. Cren- regular rolet's
smooth and
From a glance at the senator's voting record shaw all of Gainesville.Mr. prayer services at Clay Hill Wed "l easy way of cars are changing to Chevrolet!

we're wondering if there isn't a misunderstanding. and Mrs. Horace Cain were nesday night and preaching the : going. That's for sure. Stop by soon for a ride.
oher three nights this week. largest selling car-
The Republicans are holding a conventionsoon dnner guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. Rev. Prevatt will preach for as 2 million mort owners ttl4n Iny ottler make All CONOITtON.NG-rEMKtATU.ES. MADE TO O.OE.-AT NEW LOW COST. LET W OEMONSTUTO
too. Leo Dyal m the Ziff section Sun-
next Saturday night.
Z Snnnnnnnnnot7G74444444St57 u i: Mr 3.Jfrs.. Ed Parrish have Remember, we always have

had as guests for the past two Sunday: School at 10 o'clock Sun- Only franchised Chevrolet dealers CHEVROLET Display.this famous trademark: .

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH weeks their daughter Mrs. Ed day morning, preaching servicesat ,

EST. 1879 Simpson of Miami. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.

FLORIDA'S OLD tar WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Mrs. A. T. Dryden has been The Associational Sing will beat

e PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY flooded with company this past Oak Grove next Sunday start- RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO.
w-eek. The visitors included a son- ing at 2 o'clock. Everyone invited -
UNDER THE SAMS MASTHEAD. inla'and daughter. Mr. and .

PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY....AND ENTETO AS SECOND CLASS Mrs Harvey Starling of Miami. Rev. Jaaiieson of Green Cove
Mr and Mrs. Willie West of Pal- will preach for us on It
' July and
. West Call St.
THE ACT OF MARCH S 1679. Starke Fla.
ir.etto and a host of grandchil- hs son on July! 21. Phone 111tt

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Robbery Suspects New Motel Opens North Of Lawtey ----- iI I,i
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sharp weather eve of wi&f I
Highway Trnofw-r C Musgrove AhTheS
last week resulted in the arrest ..f.I /Ol'e. I I
of n\i> men wanted fur quest .. '
inning in connection w r n a f-y M '
treakiJif and entering in Nash j ) .
nlh- Tenn. I
1MAPifasIeaI4wiYES. .I
The two Sidney CniUhiieKi -A
21, and Carl Pippin, 13, waived I **.._ ,- ( wI
ex'r.trillion and are being held '''r _
.,. .1
for Tennessee authorities. I ]" MORE LOW PRICES: 0\: MORE in Ms! MORI I. 1 Dtts \ \\ I I 'kF .\UDre.sxed '
:i The IM-W $.;.'>.0041) Trail Motelialiout siteith 450-foot frontage on limit in Ilorida h>' :sappenfield.Iist
llusgrove said the two weresuspected I
i I .i mile north nf I-iwtej on I :301. was |iun'liasi-d l h j' .\Ih.'rlal'pt'llfil'1d dear he built I'l.i/.i lodge \' I"'
because of their rough :
dress and behavior while driving : 1". S. 301 opened for business last last IVhnur trust on 301 just north of Clarke; and 1 I ; and Drawn, quick-Frozen, Gr. "'.\" Broiler :Size .r i
1 \\t..k.I Hi'n xuxl.m for 12000.. I 1 i
through the county. He stopped ) later sold it. per pound
One of the largest and finest Trail Motel i is of white masonry,11itii TURKEYS 49C
the routine measure and j ...
car as a I : '.ll'llf'nfi. ha. rented the
arrested Pippin for driving with- I| in the county, the nu motel cone,: gray cinder hl x'k columns I A-b Floyd R Crosby Ji who.
i tains 25 units, an ojx-rator's and trim. .\ gray anl| Bellow tolorsi property on the corner north ot completed his basic training at
out a also license.lie detained Crutchfieldfor i duelling, and a restaurant in a I hence is carried out in the furn Trail Motel (the former T. T. I Lackland AFB. San An:oniu --------, I -_________,_ II 11______

allowing an unauthorized per- separate building. It is located ishings. The original plans railed 1! lilac-klmrn home site) and has, Tex., recently \ ite"nth his Super Right Top Premium Qualify Thin Sliced "
tin an attracthe setting on what for a swimming pool, but sappcn1 ( j' patents Mr and Mis Flout
son to drive a vehicle. I 1 I had it cleared to pnnide a betterStew I II 'I BREAKFAST y
uncovered was once the Troy Bennett li< me field said this would not lie a.loIl..1 I Crosby. He is now stationed at <.1.
rolls Search of nickels of the bearing car a Ten- |! site at the junction of I' !'\. 301 until later possiblynext fall. I i of hi. propertj to al'Iroac'h-| | | Shaw AFB S. C. as a radar operator I I J Ib peg

nessee bank imprint, a sock full and State Road 125. The motel The Trail Ss the eighth motel ing motorists.Employer. ,t I I II II I BACON 47CSouthern

of loose change a 22 calibre

pistol, several boxes of .22 am-],: Green Is Chosen Georgia And Florida ] Knifing 1 brook lOf'LL purse-size LOVE fountain the new pens Ester-Inpastel I U _U__, I SUPER-RIGHT; Mi:.VT
munition, and a supply of drugstore Tobacco Markets Will I i i
I shades. Only $2.58 at Brad-I Star Canned :SKINLESS
check retail with goods.A Nashville aut- School Attorney Open Doors July 25 : Charged to Negro ford County Telegraph. I II

horities showed the two were i I;i I I I I PICNICS HAMS 4 lb. 2" FRANKS F' S Sort Slb

wanted, for breaking and entering Hollis V. Knight refused to seek The Georgia-Florida tobacco j, A Starke Negro is in County
1 25, I 1
Description of a stolen pis-I markets will open July ac- Jail under $2.500 bond on chargesof
Board attorney
tol matched that found on the reappointment as School cordng to dates set recently by'I
knifing his white employer,
I ap- ,
I and the Board ''
youths. Monday the Bright Belt Warehouse Assn. parently in a robbery! attempt ; :; = pkg
him with R. A. 1
'promptly replaced Quick-Frozen Delicious, Chicken 39C
under the date ,
County Judge T. A Yawn sus-j I Coming opening I i In jail is John Henry Lane.
pended sentence on the pending]I (Lex) Green. will be markets in Lake City. High I II .Treated for a severe knife cut in Beef
driving charges the i Knight said he was relinquish- Springs and Live Oak, which are I'I.
providing I the arm last Saturday was H. J. for
two waived extradition, which ( ing the post because the Board's primary outlets for Bradford far- :!j i; Montgomery of Starke, a pulpwood POT PIES 4 99Ciup1
they agreed to do. j I i,legal work is insufficient to justify -;mers. The markets remain open 1 I operator. i | ,.1".ht l'\lra. I ran Frrshl.T
the $25 monthly expenditurefor j I about three weeks. I I I Sheriff P. D. Reddish said Lane

Truck Scatters Brick an attorney. I County Agent George T. Hug-i i i came to Montgomery Saturdayand ____WN wm ---- -
I I "Practically all of your regu-'I gins said the market opening will : sought a loan of $25 When GROUND BEEFGIZlARDS25
Super-Right Young
Along Madison Street lations are spelled out at Talla-I j I catch a few growers unprepared, :. Mongomery refused, Lane left. II | ;
hase." said Knight "and I think i but he said some already are fin'I Later he returned and started Tender Fryer LB. 5 LB BOX
Bricks were scattered along a :you're wasting money for an at- : ished with curing the crop. I to make off with about $295. In C 1 LB. 39c OR

two-block stretch of Madison St. torney. There simply isn't over I Bradford has 315 acres of to- I I the issuing scuffle Montgomery, I $1.19 i
recently when a side fell offa $50 worth of legal work involved bacco. According to a poll conduction 'I was cut with a pocket knofe. Deputy pounds .10
i CHARLEY I 3 9 1
every year. I I i i I, E. JOHNS & SON
stake-body truck I earlier in the year mostof Sheriff Fate Brown also
The truck, owned by Hammettand .The vote Johns for Green was 4-1, withL. for the growers expressed desire found a gun in the Xegro's automobile -j j about this question I uu ______ ____uu_______ ________ .
T. Voting
opposing. for a market opening date be- j
Son of West Palm Beach and Greens' H. A I
employment were 'tween i i II
July 25 and 31. '
Also under $2,500 bond in Coun- i I ,
driven by William Gammon, Negro Lawson, J, E. Brown E. A. Sapp, I ,
ty Jail is William Buie, Starke I was surprised hfn I totaled .
was enroute to West Palm and Green D. W.has Starling.previously served as Prizefighting Film t j i I I Negro, who is charged with as- ,' A & P is Stocked High Wifh; .
Beach from Gainesville, Ga. I I saulting another Starke Negro, ;i: the value of my guns, out-
|I School Board attorney although At Floridai :HIGH
The bricks were scattered as Appears 'Herbert I Dukes, in an affray Sun-I I'I QUALITY GROCERIES !
held the the
Knight post during I 'II
board motor
day. fishing) tackle,
I |j
the street makes the turn to Key- past year. i A behind-the-scenes view of the ;, I '
stone Heights. The driver said he In another action, the School I prizefighting racket is brought to''I golf clubs, and camera it'i
did not stop the vehicle sooner because Board set its budgetary public 'view in "The Harder They Fall," i I Park Theatre Slates i ANN PAGE TART SWEET
of the traffic hazard on hearing for July 28 at 10 a. m. { Columbia film appearing at the ,j jj I amounted to over $800. Is it
I "The Indian Fighter"i I Jar C
the curve. The Board also discussed, for Florida Theatre.Sunday through j I Quart
the second consecutive meeting, j Tuesday. 'j i I I A western thriller entitled Ii i true that insurance costing $5: SALAD DRESSING 41

policies regarding purchase of I Star of the picture is Humph- or $10 from your agency will ,
FOR DEPENDABLE supplies and parts, particularly ley Bogart, with co-stars Jan I "The Indian Fighter" and starringI ;'
automotive. The Board made no 'I Sterling and Rod Steiger, but others -I Kirk Douglas opens Sunday for'co\er all my sports equipment I A&P OUR FINEST QUALITY HAWAIIAN
change in established policy to buy include :Max : three I 29 Ounce Can
Termite Control i participating a day run at the Park Thea- t -
against damage and
locally unless prices are out of, Baer and Jersey Joe Walcott. I tre. I I II SLICED PINEAPPLE 33C
line. I Bogart portrays a down and I .
S Gro\e SprayingS The yarn depicts some of the lost or stolen items? 1 1I 1I 1I
out writer who plays foot- I -
sports I I d
Household & Commercial Recent Births I sie with a crooked betting syndicate I bloody Indian wars of the 1870's. I ANN PAGE
as it seeks to build up the One of the stars is 20-j'ear-old
Call FR. 6-6035 i Charley E. Johns ALL VARIETIES Can
Doctors Hospital announces the i reputation of a glass-jawed giant I Elsa :Martmelli: Italian discovery I i BEANS 1Lb 10CPickle
following births: I.o he can content in a h :-';-
Florida Pest Control I I who makes her film debut as an
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay of weight championship fight. 1
& Chemical Co. Jacksonville. a son, Stephen Murray ,I I Indian piincess. & Son Agency
June 21. The paternal grand- ,, The picture was filmed in thl''a..tual Patch Sweet :Mixed Ann Page SaladDRESSING
24 N. W. 16th Are. parents are Mr. and Mrs. G. A. I I II '' Oregon TI ail site of its
Gainesville, Florida Gay of Starke. j \'()(-'LL UK the new Eiolt-r-! |I II I story It II, ;Mimed in CtnemaScop'1 Phone 13 Starke, Fla. : PICKLES 22 oz. 27c qt 25c
rest Control Mr. and Mrs. Mervin McKinley i brook pursp-si/r fountain pens in and color. I
of Lawtey, a daughter, Deborah{1 pastel sh.iiles.0nl). $'I-)S at Bradford -' VYY11Y11yyyyyyyy11y111yyEJTvr
Dianne, June 29. I Telegraph. I' Pickle Patch Sweet Col. and White 10 Oz -2 For

County ,i RELISH 9 oz. 13c I MARSHMELLOWS 33'

I net Monte 11 I Oz. I NBC \Va\erIy "

I I I II KETCHUP 2 for 39c i! WAFERS 13 oz 25c

Ann Page Prepared 20 Oz. :J XIIC .\American

SPAGHETTI 2 for 29c ;! ASSORTMENT lIb 41


Sultana SM,, Stuffed t NBC Ritz i --- r:

Any Person or Persons to Engage in OLIVES 101/2 oz 59c ,| CRACKERS 1 lib' 31c

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ,

I _Dink Them Ice Cold _
I I I II Temptingly Fresh ,



J 1.\& P
Fancy Grape
Fresh: Large FreestonePEACHES
II I Ib 19c JUICE 12 oz2 for 27c

Read This Florida Law"It i I Iq1 Seedless or Ued&P Fancy Grape 21-Oz. HottlfsGRAPES

Ib 29c JUICE 2'" 49cFresh
shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined :

without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the h Santa Rosa A&P Frozen 10-0z.-2 FOR

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis PLUMS Ib 23c STRAWBERRIES 43c

with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af-

fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of originally Fresh neTTER&P Orange

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f" '--' Miss Martha Landrum, Popular Bride Elect, I Lt. Claude J. JohnsTo Rotarians Entertain- Miss Julia Jackson Exchanges
i Wedding Vow
Honored In Series Of Recent Social EventsFirst
I \Ved Miss Sutton With Blanding Party 0 \Vith Owen Alvarez In Pine Level} Ctrenlonvfr I

in a srne.s of parties fur Uubeits, Mis C. E J .:.hrr.:. To Honor Rotary Anns

Miss Mai tha Landium popular Mrs J. W. Kit<'h.

t.de-elt..t.! was the lovely Coca- A colliI' heme of piK: ". i> \I- T i. ..: -he! Staike Rotary

Cola paitv !given Wednesday af- ., achieved in the handsoni.. I' -1 1 Hi MI\ .\nns enjoyed a

.' t. ir.iMin of last week from 4:30to arrangements of rose and > ,. L :\ it the Camp Bland-I :

Gladys Mooty 6 o'clock by Mrs. Roy Ward myrtle used in decorating: ,.:i': ". 1'C! \: .n last Friday eveI :,

Phone 35 and Mis. S. L. Peek Sr. at the occasion. The refreshment I' 't. I I' ''.. : ->\ as served on the :

home of the latter on Church covered with a beautiful ( \it.....; n : .' i. o\".i! looking Kingsley
._SRS.SSSSSSSWSSSSSSSSSrrrSS sssss.ssssstersse"Queen .J
-Street. cloth, was adorned with .in .n' I. 'i'-iii place- for ea'h Ro- :

Of The Show" Awarded Mrs. Belche The attractively appoined refreshment tistic bouquet of pink lust- 1Il .i ,. r .\ -'', .i H niaiked by a minia-

table was overlaid witha silver container. Balancing: .11- i % "- I .t !i.> i.i perfume.T .

As Demonstration Unit Stages Flower Show linen futwork cloth and centered rangement were two thuv! % H :Sluip: lehring president

with an arrangement of branched silver candelabia holding ] \- II! :'I.. lub served as master of

I pink carnations in a silver bowlA tall burning pink tapei.s Silver !- ( ." ,-1 ."flit'S and introduced then .i I

F- beautiful crystal punch bowlon compotes and trays held dainty -.\: ; "';iil-rtt. Judge George L I I : 1tI

a large crystal tray at one sandwiches cakes. nuts and Patten who gave a brief talk on :

r jf1i' end of the table held crushed ice mints. The punch table overlaid Rnt.irv

I and bottled Coca-Colas. At the with a cutwork cloth held a crystal Following the dinner a novelty .f I

other end of the table were silver punch bowl surrounded with program was presented with one I \ -

trays of sandwiches and plumosus fern with ciepe myrtle of the highlights being Bob "

dainty cakes. Lovely arrange- sprays placed at intervals. Smith's interpretation of ElvisPieslev A

I, ments of pink carnations also Greeting guests as they arrived -

I, graced other points of interestin was1 rs. Gail Mathews f'nl, J I A Griffin was chairman -

I II the party rooms. who presented them to the ic- ,,' 'he committee' in charge of i iI, -

I I Assisting the hostesses in serving ceiving line composed ofrrs i"! .ms;" :MI.'ntj. for this enjoyable

were Mrs Merrill Williams I Merntt Williams mother of the aft air I 4y
mother of the bride-elect, and MrsS. I' bride-elect, Miss Landrum. Mis I ,

I... Peek Jr. Ewell Lawson and :Mrs: V. V Supper Party Staged I ..
Mr Mrs tSut
i I Ii and Raymond '
The hostesses presented the Hazen. The receiving line stood I
ton in) Sylva. N C. announce the To Honor Mr. Miller '-
honoree with the tea pot to her in the lounge of the club wherea .
!i engagement of their daughter i -
: chosen china pattern as a memento beautiful arrangement of pink ,I And Miss Henderson 1:
I Rachel Ann of Raleigh and Sylva .
of the occasion. Pinocchio roses graced the mantel. '
I i I I
to Lt. Claude J. Johns Jr. of Maiden I ..,
f% AI Invited to call during the appointed Mrs. Hildebran was in chargeof Mo., son ofIr.. and :\It s. Mrs. Ruby Johns entertained I.. ) :, ...
hours were 25 intimate the guest book and Mrs. Kelly. i last r./." .
Claude J. Johns of the State i I Friday e'enmgat a delight- .- -" !
Left to right, Mrs. Young Mrs. Sparks, Mrs. HesterA J friends of the bride-elect. Mrs. Newsome and Mrs. Paulk Farm. The wedding is plannedfor j ful barbecue supper party for I -h

I presided in the gift room. Pour- her niece: Miss Marian Henderson
flower entry by Mrs. A. C red Miss Rosa Moore. I The Staike Woman's Club December. !
ing punch were Johns and and her fiance Sgt. Geoige Mil-
Belche or the State Farm won I Large zinnias blue. Miss I setting for a delightful bridal Mrs. Ritch and serving as floor I i ler of Quanlico Va.. whose marriage i I._ .: .
the tri- olor "Queen of the Show" Edith Moore Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, shower given Thursday evening. hostesses were Mrs. M. L. Law-i Couple From Alabama was an event of Saturday -- ---
award at the annual zinnia flower Mrs. H.. C. Wainwright; red :Miss: June 28 from 8 to 9:30 o'clock Mrs. I The Pine Level Baptist Church illusion over bridal satin Th-
son. Shaw Mrs. Silcox Mrs \Ved In I evening in the First BaplistChurch.
show in the Courthouse last Rosa ::Moore :Mrs.: Paul DinkinsSr. I for Miss Landrum. DuPre and Mrs. Roberts. Piano i Presbyterian i was the setting for a beautiful] I I fitted bodice featured a scallop! d

., Mrs. E. J. Whelan; white I I Service NoonThe I i wedding Sunday June :24.! when neckline and cap sleeves and the
Friday. Hostesses for the affair were selections were rendered by Mrs. Sunday The party took place following
The show was sponsored by the :Mrs.: Paul Dinkins Sr. Mrs. Garl Mathews Mrs. Ewell! L. A. I the wedding rehearsal of the hon- Miss Julia Jackson exchangedvows I voluminous skirt terminated intoa
Demonstration Single flowers other than zinnias First Churchof with Owen Alvarez. Officiating chapel train.. With this
Senior Council of Home Lawson. Mrs. V. V. Hazen Mrs.J. The Cano'a.'I'I Piesbytenan or guests. Enjoyingthp occasion shewore
blue Mrs. Dinkins, :Mrs.: at the 5 o'clock nuptials lace
Clubs. E. Hildebran. :Mrs.: J. E. Newsomf' Starke was the scene of a I with Miss Henderson and Sgt. i iI I wristlets. Her fm el-

An unusual table decoration. Whelan. Miss Rosa Moore, Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mrs. Dave her chosen china pattern as lovely wedding cel'emony pet form- I Miller were members of the wt'd-I was Rev. W E. Hall. tip veil of impoited illusion a
and cookies I Belche Mrs. E. L. Cox Mrs. are-I ed Sunday noon following the I The biide is 'the daughter ofMr. held in place by a Juliet <
used in serving punch Paulk, Mrs. M. L. Lawson :Mrs.: membrance of the occasion. ding party and out-of-town ; ap
much com Caldwell. church service when Miss Willie I :: and Mrs. J. G. Jackson of I decorated with seed pearl and
at the show, drew I Lacy Silcox Mrs. F. S. Shaw. 200 guests, including Mrs. W. M. Miller !- :
Massed of zinnias i Approximately guests wereinvited became bride I Starke and the bridegroom is! she earned a cascade
ment. The punch board was hollowed group Mrs. J. H. DuPre. Mrs. Leola Josephine Ivey the of Harrisburg Pa., mother of I bouquetof
out of a huge bushel basket blue Mrs. Dinkins :Mrs.: Belch; j I to attend this delightful of Charles A. Adams. Both are the bridegroom-elect. the son of Mr and Mrs. O. R white carnations and lily of

gourd, and the dipper was a red, Mrs. Dinkins, Mrs. Whelan. .I affair. of Alexander City, Ala. Rev. W. I The long refreshment table. Alvarez of Slaike. | the valley centered with a white

small gourd. The unique decoration Mrs. H. J. Kucera.Arrangements I Miss Gonzalez Weds J. Davis hostess ata S. McAliley, pastor of the (church set up out of doors was centered I Placed on the church altar I orchid. Her only ornamt'nt"a
R. was
was a gift to the Bradford tri color j 0 Mr. Jack Roberts In performed the double ring nup- with a beautiful arrangement of I were pedestal baskets of white a string of pearls. a gift of the
luncheon Saturday at
County Council from Miss Ethyl Mrs. Belche; blue, :Mrs.: Caldwell. |I lovely multi-colored zinnias. I Ii carnations and gladioli againsta 'I groom.
Holloway of Tallahassee, former Mrs. Belche; red Mrs. Caldwell, j jMiss i Pine Level July 21 12:30 o'clock for Miss Landrumand bride is the daughter of Assisting Mrs. Johns in caringfor background of palms. Lighted :I Mrs Jackson selected for her

district agent. I Edith Moore Miss Rosa 1 j her fiance Dick Siefferman. :Mr.: and Mrs. David Willis Ivey i. the guests were Mrs. C. Sullivan -I white tapers in graduated: holders [I daughter's wedding a blue lace
at the Episcopal ,
the flower show Moore. given I of Graceville, and the bride of Theressa Mrs. L. M.I I! on both sides of the altar cast !i dress complimented with white
Judges and Mrs.S. I Best horticultural specimen I I House on Church Street. I groom's paients are Mr. and Mrs. Games :Mrs.V.: B. : a soft glow, over the setting. The I' accessories and a corsage of

were Mrs. R. F. Young! and Mrs. Miss Edith :Moore. I Arrangements of summer flowers Leslie L. Adams of Alexander' J. B. Sapp Mrs. E. 'Ilundy.Irs'l ceremony was performed in I pink carnations.Mrs. .

E. Sparks of Starke. Arrangements other than zinnias with roses and zinnias predominating City. Ala. Mrs. Ben Mizell. front of an arch of greenery I I Alvarez was attired in a

M. J. Hester of Florence Ala.the, a blue. Linda Cox Lois I formed the attractive The church was beautiful fot. which was centered with a large I I gray afternoon dress with a 101-

flower judge accredited by Cox. Mrs. Belche, Mrs. Wainwright -: decorations for the affair. the wedding with baskets of white satin bow tied with wedding I i sage of pink carnations

National Council of the Garden : red Mrs. Kucera: white I Ii I The mantel was a focal point white gladioli, asters, (thrysan-i. Kelly-Raulerson I bells on white satin stream- i| A reception immediately followed ]-

Clubs of America.Mrs. i Mrs. Whelan Mrs. Dinkins. Miss I H with a fan-shaped arrangementof them urns and greenery against a eis. The family pews were mark-I| ] the wedding at the horn>

Hester said the tri- olor Rosa :Moore Miss Edith Moore. I roses and zinnias placed I background of potted palms and :, edith white satin bows. i:! of :Mr.: and Mrs. Paul Faulkner

winning arrangement was judged Mrs. Dinkins. I against a background of bamboo I branched candelabra. I'I As the guests were assemblingMrs I Ion Westmoreland St where

excellent for its line color, tex- Potted plants blue Mrs. I The long luncheon table was overlaid j: Preceding the ceremony. :Mrs.: \ I Gwendolyn Thornton rendered !: beautiful: arrangements of white

ture and balance" and she pointed E. L. Cox. Miss Rosa :Moore.: Mrs I with a white linen cloth and E. M. Davis organist played I nuptial music at the piano. j i carnations and gladioli were used

out it was composed of both I Dinkins: red Mrs. Whelan. MrsE. I centered with a bouquet of pink Schubert's "Seienade." The traditional Tony Gonzalez. soloist sang "I i in decorating. The bride's table!

green and dried material.The I L. Cox.Entries Pinocchio roses in a silver container wedding marches weieused. % Love You Truly." "Because" anJ was ovevrlaid with a ]lovely la..>

flower entries were awarded totaled 10 from the Appropriate place cards "Wherever Thou Coest." The traditional cloth and centered with a four-

blue red and white ritbons State Farm, 9 from Heilbronnand I were used to mark the seating Candles were lighted bEa I wedding marches were tiered wedding cake topped witha

with blue award to those judged 7 from Lawtey. The State arrangement. I Adams brother of the groom used. bride and groom. Surrounding,

highest. Winners included: I Farm home demonstration unit Invited to be present with Mrs assisted by Jerry Knight and : Serving as best man for the the cake was plumosus fern interspersed -

Small zinnias blue. Miss : won a cash prize for entering the Davis and her honored guests. Wendel Parrish nephews ot the bridegroom was his brother. Roman with white pompoms

Edith Moore Mrs. A. C. Belche; : largest num1er.Gainesville. Miss Landrum and Mr. Sieffer bride. AIvaiez. The groomsmen Two-branch crystal candelabn

man were Mrs. Merritt Williams. Serving as best man was Wm- were Sidney Jackson J. L Alvarez holding burning white taper

mother of the bride-elect and fred Adams of :'otontgomerAla Bobby Sapp and AvronHutchinson. balanced the centerpiece. Cr.'stalI I

[Three \VSCS Meetings Luncheon '. Mr. Williams. Mrs. J. H. Rogers I brother of the groom I I compotes and trays held dam! \
I I Cofield of Dothan individual cakes mints and! nuts
Staged By MethodistsMrs. Honors'1\1iss JacksonMrs. grandmother of the brideelectand Mrs. Knight The bride. who was given in
I t The punch (table cento fd\
attended her sister as mat- was !
M. Blocker bothof Ala.
p. I :Mrs.: Ouida marriage by her father. chose
C. !.. Scholl and Miss Amy I G. T. Kennard of Gainesville I I Jacksonville Miss Frances ron of honor She was attired in her sister Miss Elizabeth I with a crystal punch bot hi hI

Coburn were co-hostesses to mem- entei tamed at a lovely 1 Landrum. Mrs. Mattie GahaganMrs I a street length dress of or<'hld son as maid of honor. Jack-I I was sitting in a bed of plumosn

bers of Circle 1 of the Methodist I o'clock luncheon on FridaJune MrsLina Gonzalez of Tampa :: Albert Lee Crosby Jr.. Miss lace made on princess lines witha bridesmaids were Miss June fern and around which welt
tuildmg Grill anj, Albert Gonzalez 01 St. Petersburg low neckline and a ruf- placed white pompoms at inter-
WSCS in the educational 22. at the Primrose in Josephine Ochoa of Cuba. Mrs round. ner. Miss :Mary: Sue Jackson. Miss
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.As Gainesville for her niece the I announce the engagement O. L. Bea.;le)'. Mrs. E. L. Mat fled flounce about the hem. \\ tn Patricia Alvarez and Miss BettyJo vis
Julia Jackson, whose I ImarriagE' and approaching marriage of this she wore white accessories Mrs. Paul Faulkner Sr gre. ted -
members arrived they were former Miss thews. Mrs. II. G. Davis Jr. ofGainesville J'il tU'I'd it t lit former: is'. Kill hr Starling. Andra Graham of the
to Owen Alvarez was their daughter. Norma. to Jack and carried a nosegay of pink guests as they arrived and
served refreshments from a beau- I and Mrs. V. V. Ha- )n Kt'II"flU"" marriage to Mr. Chiefland attended as flower girl.
Roberts, of Mr and Mrs. W and rosebuds. presented them to the receiving
son ,
an event of June 24.:! cranations
tifully appointed table. .. .lames Hardy Kaulerson of Gainesille The ring bearer was Paul Faulkner line
of zen.Mrs. who given In. composed of the bride and
Roberts was
J. Tampa. bride
meeting Enjoying the affair with Mrs. Davis presented the hon- i The JrMiss I II '
the business anent of June 18.
Following Miss Gonzalez after gradua.--! her brother Raymond \ was groom and members of the wedding -
:Mrs.T. Kennard and Miss Jackson were ored couple with an electric iron marriage by '|
the leader. Jackson the maid of honor -
over party.
presided tion from Bradford High School j Ivey of Marianna was I |
Mrs. L. D. Vining. her bridal attendants: Miss BettyJo as a memento of the occasion. wore a becoming of Mrs.
W. D
H. Slade Jackson in Starke. attended Tampa Business gowned in a street. length dress : gown : DuVose of Jaksonville .
Elizabeth -
devotion and Starling \ orchid taffeta with off-the-I
a beautiful white an cut the wedding cake and
gave Miss University. She is now employed of white chantilly lace over
read "A Guide For Summer Liv- Miss Patricia Alvarez, General Keystone Slates Sale fashioned on prin- Soil Bank Limit shoulder neckline. The snug bodice Mrs. j. R. Alvarez presided at
June Conner and :Miss: Sue Jack- as a stenographer by taffeta. It was : '
ing." 1 Finance Corporation of Tam- cess lines with elbow length I' gave way to a bouffant skirt !I the punch bowl. Miss Gail Reddish -
Mrs. II. II. Adams had chargeof son: the pianist. Mrs.'ernie Of Timber At AirparkThe V-neckline and a full I I which fell in deep folds to the I kept the bride's book. Also
pa. sleeves a i
the program and gave an introduction Thornton and Mrs. J.and G. Jackson Mrs. I :Mr.: Robeits graduated from I II skirt. Her only ornament was a : Given Extension ankle. She wore matching mitts assisting in serving and caring
to the new book "De mother of the bride 0'1 I City of Keystone will open of Her bridal bou- I and a coronet of matching flow-- for the guests were Miss Namy
daring His Glory." which will be R. Alvarez, mother of the bride Brandon High School in Tamp.i ''bids July 10 on sale of pulpwood string with a white I : ers in her hair. Her bouquet wasa Carter Miss Barbara Thomas.
I and served with the armed forces quet was centered
reviewed in the circle meetings.Mrs. groomelect.The I I and timber from the Keystone AirPark and white stephanotis and cascade arrangement of pink Miss Eloise Starling, Mrs J. R
luncheon table was lovely :I in Korea. At present he is serving orchid Through July 15 carnations with pink satin stream- | Bullington Mrs. Elva McRae
miles from Starke.An .
C. D. Williams presidentof as an instructor at Ft. Ben- : eight white satin streamers.Mrs. ; I
with a centerpiece of white glad- I Mrs J. C. Mrs.
i Sapp. Tony Gonzalez -
the society visited the circle Ga. I inventory reveals about 22:> Ivey chose for her daughter's ers.The
of ioli and white pompoms flankedby fling voile dress I I gowns of the bridesmaids I Mrs. G. T. Kennard and
and gave a short summary N. burning white tapers in crystal -. The wedding will take place cords of pulpwood and 54,000 wedding accessories a pink and she | The deadline for putting tobac- 'and flower girl were designed: on Mrs. F. L. dough and Mrs Luc-
to Junaluska I I with black I
her recent trip holders. Saturday. July 21, at 8:30 o'clocK board feet of timber available on white carnat- i I co under the Fereral Government's"soil lines similar to that of the honor ian Conner.Mr. .
C. where she attended Missions.the Mrs. Mrs. Kennard presented her in the evening in the Pine Level the tract. wore a corsage of I bank" program has been extended -I attendant and were in pastel] I :: and Mrs. Alvarez aie mak-
School of Church. I from July 1 to July 15.: I shades of blue and
Baptist ions.Mrs. of green, yellow, ing their home in Starke while
The will be Bolan, sister
the meeting cutting primarily a .
Williams also closed niece with the creamer to her Eldridge T.
Invitations are not being sent tlue i County Agent George :'Ilr.lvarez is employed with the
thinning operation. with trees to the wore a Navy pink.The I
with prayer. china memento groom. this week.
chosen as announced
pattern All friends of the couple are invited I cotton trimmedin bride chose for her wed- National Guard at Camp Bland-
Circle 2, Mrs. J. H. Fields. I of the occasion. Muss Jackson also to attend the wedding and be sold already marked with :yellow dress of polished Her assessorieswere The county agent said 15 Brad- ding an exquisite gown of nylon I ling

leader met Monday afternoonat presented each of her attendants reception which will follow in the i paint. rhinestones.blue and white. I ford growers already have filed -.-

3:30: o'crock at the home of with a personal gift. Starke Woman's Club. I! Following Navy the ceremony. the applications to plow under tobac- George Alton Gardiner Bradford Political
O. L. Haynes. II ,
Mrs. I (.o. About 25 acres are involved. I
The devotion was given by :Mrs.E. : Mr. and Mrs. Norman I Reddish Taps Marshal i County Reddish Commission said the Monday.addition to bridal were entertained party and at other a luncheonin Impetus to apply was given local I Figure For 32 Years, Passes After Illness

K. Perryman, who also pre- sister, farmers last weekend said
sented a program on the People's Alvarez At Hampton As Latest ;i this staff brings the total of deputies the home of the bride's Huggins. when rain and winds He then purchased a home on
Mr. and Mrs. Immediately
to three one in Starke. Mrs W. I
Central Institute in Rio de Janeiro j amaged some tobacco. .' Orange Street in Starke wherehe
Observe Anniversary \Staff Deputy Sheriff I another in Lawtey and the third afterwards the bridal couple I I
Brazil. ( 'in Hampton. He hopes to add an- left on a wedding trip to pointsin i j I Under the program. the government lived the last years of his re-

Refreshments were served by Charles Robert Cox. 24yearoldcity I I South Florida. For travelling,. seeks to reduce farm surplus tirement.He .
j Mrs. Edward Norman other probably in the Theressa '
the hostess during the social :Mr.: and dress of : by paying farmers to divert land.
adjournedwith celebrated their 31st wedding an- marshal at Hampton. is a :i area in the near future. the bride wore a green I was a member of the First
18 cents
hour. The meeting with white accessories -| The government will pay I
prayer by :Mrs.: J. H. Ritch.. niversary and :Mr.: and :Mrs.Vil: -.1 new bonded deputy employed by Reddish has issued deputy polished cotton orchid corsage. per pound. on an estimated yield I Christian Church of Starke. the

Circle 3 met Monday afternoon I lard Alvarez their 24th on June: Sheriff P. D. Reddish.Cox's cards to Starke city policemen. and an and will make, I basis for the flue-cured type of I I Woodmen of the World and Odd-
in the educational building. :Mrs: 11 with a dinner at the home of but these are not termed regular I The bride groom ,I i tobacco in Bradford Coun-
$1,000 bond as a deputy deputies because they are neither their home in the Russell Apart i grown fellows.
I the latter in Starke.
Titus Olson. co-chairman. gavean
I was approved by the Bradford I bonded nor sworn in. .1 ments on South Central Ave. ir I ty.: Judge Gardiner's first wife
talk on "You Too to the occasion '
interesting Those present enjoy Alexander City. Ala. i Huggins pointed out that tobacCo ,
Can be Missionary:: ." and :Mrs: with. the two couples wer'III Debbie Austin Gardiner died in
the out-of-town guests ;;i which will not produce heavily -
J. W. Andrews had charge of tlu- Mr. and Mis. Gordon Jones anddaughter National Guard Leaves For Camp were Among Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ivey or cure out properly may be 1932. and he later married Minnie

devotional.Mrs. I / Carolyn Mr. and Mrs and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Par i I: assigned to the soil bank and des- .I Dohn Gardiner who survives him.

Titus Olson. hostess. served >. Bobbie Alvarez. Billie. GretaFae I H fI-'r.!'tH. rish and children of Graceville.Mr troyed. Also surviving are one daughterMrs.
refreshments during the so \ Jean. and Alvarez .
Barbara Coy F' Hunt and Mrs. I Committee members serving on
: Mrs. John
... .fX: and : Gladys McKoone of Hastings -
(sal hour.Wesleyan and Julius Jones.
Susan the are Lester Kite
I I '.'_ _fI'I ciegg: Ivey and daughter program
I Mrs. F. E. Old of Baltimore.
1 1. I I of Pensacola. Mr. and :Mrs. Raymond Marklee Starling and N. J. Davis. George Alton Gardiner ;
Guild Secondo Campanella Ivey of Mananna Mr. and Interested farmers must contact i Md.. and Mrs. George C. Gardiner

I I Mrs Cofield Knight and son. of them or the county agent George Alton Gardiner 89 a IOf Washington sisters; two grandSons -
Installs Officers
Dies After Illness i Dothan. Ala Mr. and Mrs. Win- Huggins also said a grower's to- j j retired County Judge of Brad-I and two great grand<'hild-

Olson installed the fred Adams of :Montgomery Ala. bacco allotment will not be affected ford County. died Saturday morn- .r
:Mrs: Titus Secondo Campanella 70. a resident I ren.
Mi' Mrs Eldridge Bolan. and \ is his is destroyed un- ing. June 30 after a lengthy ill-,
: crop
officers of the Methodist and
following of Bradford County for the I Funeral services were held Sunday -
and Earl! Adams of Alexander der the soil bank
Guild.Unit io Gloria program.
Service .
Wesleyan 10 died in 'al hospital
past years a < I ness.Born
II I City Mr and Mrs. Charles I He asked farmers to remember ,, in Waldorf. Md.. June 11 I, afternoon at 3 o'clock in the
2. at candlelighting servhe -
a June 30 after an illness: "f
in the church sanctuary; Tuesday i I several months.Mr. Mtiiiv and family of Gaines- that a soil bank reque
vii.mrf, Mr and Mrs. Cecil H. presented to the county agent a to Starke in 1SS5, accompanying (I J. E. Sherwood officiating. Inter-
: _
e'ening1 I :: Campanella was born >n .. I' aunt here for a visit with | ment was in the family plot in
:: R. S. Mullins, president; I __ 4. 'f "!f Ja ksonville. committee must estimate the potential -. an
Mrs L Hillendahl. vice president: Italy on March 10. 1SS6 Hr -.\ as. yield of the crop the crop I 1 friends. He liked the town and I, Crosby Lake Cemetery.

Mrs. Henry Godwin. secretary: a member of St. Edwaid* rn Prepare For Audit must be destroyed and none of decided to remain and make his i Active pall bearers were T.r

'- q the tobacco must be harvested.Less home. Hazen Jr, Guy Andrews. S. G.
Mrs. J. R. Hixon. treasurer; Mrs. | ic Church of Starke. -- : : i
Wilma Emanuel. secretary of Surviving are his wui '.' \nn. ?. tt.- i'i.tors this week cut than one acre will not be !| Judge Gardiner entered politicsat Denmark T. A. Yawn, E. L. Matthews -

promotion: Mrs. Brad Locke. Grana Campanella and two ns i" 11''.,.: an-uunts of Bradford incuded in the program unless the .' an early age and was elected |, and Ben F. Rowland.
secretary of spiritual life: Mrs ('. ,in\: offlals in preparation tobacco allotment also is less than : County Judge. an office that he ,
Del Colley. secretary of Christian I Vito and Mario Campaneha .1I') >t :MIhe annual audit.A an acre. Fifty per cent of the allotment -1 I held for 2S years. He also senedi i I n: IfnRWORKIXG

social relations: Mrs. How-. Graham. two-man team led by State or five acres. whicheveris |' a justice of peace and city!
ard Meyers secretary of mis- i Funeral services were held at auditor Howard Weston of larger, is all that can be included -: clerk for four years. bringing his i There will be a working at

sionary education: Mrs. Carolyn the graveside in Crosby Lake 1'((>. Gerald R. Young \\a\es goodbye from the lead truck in the Gamesv.lie closed the accounts of in the soil bank. i total tenure in public office to t New River Baptist Church Cemetery -
Lola Garbett., at the judge, clerk of the Land from which tobacco is destroyed : 32 years. .
Redgrave and Mrs Cemetery Sunday morning county on Thursday July 12. Dn-:
II lengthy: ron\o) which carried a contingent of the Starke National
, co-chairmen of membership committee 10:30 o'clock with Father Cronin circuit (court tax assessor tax cannot be used to produceany i I For many years Judge Gardiner! the
Guard to Stewart. Ga., where the unit currently h undergoing ner on grounds. All interested
; Mrs. Don Page. status of of Gainesville officiating. Arrangement collector and sheriff. Only the 1956 crop nor can cattle be lived on his farm west of Starke
,.. 1 maneu\ers. The unit pulled out early !Sunday morning, will return ( until advancingage persons are urged to attend.R..
women: and Mrs. Sarah Hunter. were in charge of De- School Board accounts were not : grazed on the land. Cover crops, which he operated I

literature. I Witt C. Jo .es. July 13. ,' affected. 'however, can be utilized. forced him to sell out In 1546. H. Green Jr., clerk.BR.DFORD .



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Misses Linda and Ann 'lll 1 .u'
spent Sunday to Tuesday in Mont I and file the original in the I'f: r !
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gomery. Ala. visiting their fatherS ,., O r1'I i !tO i.. the .1.1 f \ .-
;; R. Johns. who is WOl kmg thi-i :.':. .i :>itrw.se the ..U.tga'.1 :.- .'

Mr. and :Mrs. Ronald Pi ok ,:' i"i.!.jI.minut be &.."> :. ,i-
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na Swampsi-ott Mass wer.- gm-t- I I',.- r ,'i ehall !''PI'- '
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last week of Mr. and -M's' 1Loike. : to! 1 >
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IN THE Wayne Kinney spent last wei-r I. .I.ii: .i.
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I with Mr. and :Mrs. T. FHu:'.< '':. 'k of the i

tens -r_ S.I I srSSrrSflS S JSr sssnsps __ !, and family in Jacksonville. I'v M..- .uI I Crosjy, 1)'it',1'1': f
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Mr and Mi J (' HoM-m ind r rdalighttl. Don :\ld'lan.. nt Gainesville1A Mrs. Irene Johns of Gu-i-n C .'. I r ; ) \i i fe s. fl 4' ,

Linda Kay. leturtied as the 'weekend guest of Lamar (; Springs and Mrs L. D. Green <>: w'jw*** MllUK. 'lu t-l-K\li t

home Sauiday fioni two weeks Sha w. ?tarke spent last week in Himlersonville nrfni1 In I '.,'nil ( ...rt. llr4f.r .
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7fW 'iriw hanrrrr
vacation dunng which they \ Mrs. A. \\'. Wood Jr. and two N. C. as guests of Mi % '. V. ,i I. i':.., n-, \ 1
'ISlt'I'I| and :Mrs. Bill Beck. Mr. C. D '.
Roswell \\ 1 '
ed Mr. and Mrs. sons of Greenville, S. C. are Wt KT -- "v- w-x.r- -- -w.*- --ikaMjaszHra "L'L .

in Tifton Ga. and went sight- spending this week with her cous- Williams who has !spent the past j esM, ._ *, .* .!<... ? i \.>lrf> Tn. ti>..arT' Ca-e. N
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Petersburg I two weeks in Junaluska N C I'., .t M'
seeing' in Tampa St. in. :Mrs. II. M. Hatcher Jr. at The largestucation Bible School e\er staged the i uh--c ro
I icturned to Starke with Mrs by H.iniptoii Baptist Principal of the eight day session was .lr'.. Clarence Cooper of > 'i\ .Ml-I \ivi.: i-; 1
and Clearwater. Camp Blanding. :Mrs. Hatcher and -" :. :',. .t.i,. T! \aV..ii -.
Mrs. R. A. Thomas of Staike'' children will accompany Mrs Johns and Mrs. Green. Chunh \\successfully complrtrd recently. For right d.!)'>;. Hampton. Pastor of the dlUn h. Rc\ :M.min I'uilc. said he had rr. -.tv notified that a

Ann letumed nt\er seen a Bil>I<' School ('Ululu.tt..lith more enthusiasm among suit for d.\o-t.:
and Mrs. Alice Langford of Lake Wood back far Atlanta Margaret Phillips .. .. ..
as as on an axerage of 139 attended as compared to 89 last ear.t commencement B Jtrt. 1. .atniit you 10 tp
I home : after undergoing ) teachers and students. About 1C' students and leathers are in the above .
Butler were guests of Mr. and Sunday and will spend next week Monday j named Court and cause ar \

Mrs. Herbert Thomas at their j j with Mis. Hatcher's mother, Mrs. an appendectomy: in Bradford | eerci..es during a night session, 23ere present. picture.Chamber. I you your are answer required or to pleading eerve a copy to tie>'t

tamp in the Scrub over the week- j Sarah Barton. County Hospital on Monday of"last t complaint np the Plaint'.
I Attorney William r>. Mrr.'i. 7
week. I '
end. 1: Dick Siefferman of St. Pet- i| D. Monteith: of Ft. I visited :Mr. and :Mrs Doss .. inn ..,uiilii''i-i ill SiaiKe. Flor- nark Hu-lUing! JJ kH'\I:: .,
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen' Van Patel who underwent a > I Embarks nl.i. I.. t" ... II ih. li.'iir-- ..I" II i',.1 I IAM .
:|, ersburg spent the weekend with 'dale spent the Fourth in ; and SundayWe I I
in Bradford County 1 : family I,I and 2 ".t l I'. f. u .!u!> :'. I'j j and fi
week with leg amputation j' spent Thursday of last ,,i; :Mr. and Mrs. lef1'itt11l1ams his'home. with :Mrs. Monteith and I J are all so glad to learn that I i' KKIi'lI.! SEAL) ;i the Clerk or th Circuit offe. ;
O. G. Strayhorn Hospital has returned to Member Drive ,'I.i! ill.I A. I>. iby. <'l.-ik. I on
Mr. Mrs 1er
;, On before f
and 1: and his fiancee. Miss Martha I He is attending a real Godwin is able to b.- i it 7 ';
Wildwood and Friday with i j ( d."f Aiiiiii-'. I",'..,. I
I r Landrum. I brokers school in Ft. again. ,
Mrs. Benedict Finzer and son r I I "Get off the string and on the I, otherwise the dtigdti.aa of eatS f
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thompkins I I :Mr. and Mrs. Fears and ;and intends to enter |: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett of I t '1111( .: I Complaint' will .'e taken a> confa-
Edgar :Mrs. ( I 1
in Coleman. : Chris and her sister De- II wire. I j f'al..l l.i.K will Ke received. l.\ 'd by youThis I
at later date.
I daughter, Ann of Atlanta and lores Hall leave Sunday for a ,i \'ilJe visited Mrs. Pad- That's the theme of the Chamber the town r''Ulki II "f K.-\ -I.."'. notice halt be published
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wynn of I Irs.1
Miss Mrs.V.. H. Xollman i! folks Sunday Mr. and Height.. Florida at the Toun CleiU- once earh week fur four ronecutiv4wfeks
Mr. Dorothy Calloway of Madison i Louisville! Ky. to spend two of Commerce's membership ". In the Fridfnrd County TeleTr II
Jacksonville were visiting I afternoon for Harris. I i Iffil-I' up to and not Ut.r than T ">
:I were Monday visitors of Mrs. weeks with her parents Mr. and I day i I drive which is expected to last l'. in. K. S T .1 ti lv I". I'!'".* anil imli- -Ph
and Mrs. Willard Wynn and fami- C. receiving 1! Little I II li. l Pat.d till- 3 Oav' of Jtjv '. '-,'
W. G. Haile. upon worn Mary Kilgore who has Iy opmt-tl fol' the sal.of pinel
afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Joe L. Kirchner.Mr. for the next two weeks. 'ul 'woi d( suit liniliiias (Cii-KH.I.AL. a&At-i '1.n.. A. ('41 OIek '
ly Monday XoIIman had been struck I | or pint >t\v .
een quite ill for several I
and Mrs. Cofield Knight I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mundy and and Mrs. Lex Green and days I Stressing the drive's theme is offered l'l..W. Marian .r th.<11"11' I.P.y .nrl
Crosby. D"nuty Clerk
automobile and was in able to be and out L
and of Dothan. Ala. I family of Lauiens S. C. and Mr sons, Buzzy and Michael, were in up again. a device contrived by Mrs. Marian i The pine pulp.id and pine '
son, Jerry, : :Memorial Hospital in twin brothers. Floyd and I II her offered for ,alI is I located tll-I
and Mrs. Ralph Traynham of Tampa last Friday.Mrs. Howe. Chamber manager who
and Mrs. Clegg Ivey and daughter property known as Keystone
He was not seriously i I have been ill also.
Susan of Pensacola visited I Jacksonville are guests this weekof Maxie Carter Jr. is spend- I strung wire across the ceiling of park in the general af.; of 'ei l"l' I
his condition is reported | The Ma.xville Baptist will re 25. Township 7 t<'"iith Uange, 22 ,
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley Mrs. W. B. Mundy at Kings- : ing this week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul their choir each I II the Chamber building on the r.iadford County and such i- ,,11.J.... DID YOU KNOW?

from to Wednesday.Mr. Icy Lake. Mrs. Mundy also had i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer in I j" practice Courthouse grounds. to invptction l.y any 1,00..1 prim
Friday several days this week in night at 8 o'clock start to < t .. making ni-pi-. t-i I
and Mrs. George Vanchoff as Fouith of July guests Mr. and Orlando. I Hanging from the wires are ill 11"tini.'hi..e .." } -Hips and u..od-. There are more people in hos
Mrs. W. N. Johnson -
and children have returned to :Mrs. Carl Sapp and son of Starke. I Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and daUghter. -! July 3. names of Chamber memberrv r>-ad>kec-p main air sti u>- pital., today for mental andnrnous

their home in Akron, Ohio after I Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr. and children -! Evelyn spent the weekend turned from vacation BIRTIIDXY PARTY I Those with paid-up memberships 'timber The Iln.offered. pulpwood foral and< pin.s.iu ha- I I.. 'I I djonlfr... than all ether

of Norfolk Va. where attended South Carolina. I The daughters of Mrs. Dora with wire those with marked with .. ..milol I I: renditions romhinetl.
spending two weeks with Mrs.Vanchoffs are spend- in Douglas. Ga. they I are hung un- .lo' paint -

par'ntsIr.. and Mrs. ing this month with Mrs. Pope'smother | a wedding and reception.Mr. gave her a surprise birth- j paid memberships are hung with Don nine 1nt..ri..d The by pulpnood.l farm f..rrMr I. >
Champion. :Much this be
of can
Ralph Gainey. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at and Mrs. Will Slade of I V VVVVV ..YYYYT supper at the home of Mrs. string.As ume 11 be harvested has been inentoried expense
atoideO by consulting a Chiropractor -
Mrs. Effie Johns had as Tues Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A. Baxley Ga. are spending two ;, i Smith on Wednesday members pay their quota. <\ord; and at saw approximately timber in,,'ntln,1at .: first. The Chiropractor -

day guests Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Z. Adkins Jr. and children of weeks at the Slade cottage on I MAX June 20. Mrs Byrd was wire will be substituted for string. approximately) t>4 thousand bird.

Cox of Danville, Ky. Gainesville also spent the Fourth Kingsley Lake. ') her 60th birthday an- Mrs. Howe said the Chamber I 11..t. -. 11,1 tier rule. I lo.'atf and removes the

at the lake with their Alvin Atkinsonof \' She received many use- has 78 members of are to lie made mi lump MIMI ('au' which is generally foundto
Sgt. Oliver H. Aspjnwaft Jr. is family.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. C. L out a prospective -
I By B. 1'0"11 and also. by 1'1 th"II"al IN a pressure on the
spending a three weeks leave with and :Mrs. J. :M. Vickers and Jacksonville were guests of j i gifts and after everyone sang 200 businesses in Staike. Vot- l, in nl f.et. and 1'1 cord basis. Ka <' Kenuning the "I.in nerve

his grandfather T. S. Williams family spent several days last :Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dotbs on I LAA.AAAA A A A A A A A A ALA Birthday" supper was ing memberships are $25. but the bid shall,.. a..mpal..d by S.:>ou ml nfrs.
I ash or i to puarant.' not only the
and mother Mrs. Margaret Davis, week in Fitzgerald, Ga. visitingMrs. Thursday of last week. i j John Waters receixed Those enjoying this occas- Chamber is currently upgrading bidder \\ 'I.rlif..d t lt..r into .'ntra. t fur prlo..urf mental and Crr.ts disorderbut

on N. Cherry St. His first en- Docia Vickers. They also :Mr. and Mrs. Don Allbritton I cut on his head when he with Mrs. Byrd were Mr. and memberships by enrolling busi- the pur'haa. of this timber andpulpw".1 nn\'ou...

listment expired June 7, and he I spent Saturday at Daytona Beach. and son Don, Jr. of Tallahassee i iI and fell in the building at Nathaniel Smith and family. nesses into a "Big Booster" class that within his hid /has days been of ariept-notification the same other ine. 'are caused also cor-by

re-enlisted the next day for :Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Littlefield I are spending several weeks at I II ley Beach last Tuesday j I Ir. and Mrs. Marvin Green and membership. ed. The suicessful make bidder "hal I"requireul reeled at pr..url the same time.
to full
another six years. Sgt. Aspinwallwill and daughters of Immokalee were the G. W. Brown cottage on'' However, he seems to be i Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green prior to starting the payment logging and

also visit relatives in Miami guests Tuesday to Thursday of I Kingsley Laic. II I along nicely. family Diana Green AudI Bradford Pays Bills pulpwoo operation. Tht deposits nf Kemember ('hiropracor. re-

before returning to Fort Bragg Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez Miss Jo Ann Parrish I Bell. E. C. Padgett. Rubye. Ithf'r. bidders The wi. be reserxed returnedlr'umptlY IK mo\e the

about July 15. Mrs. B. F. Boone and three I were in Tampa and Webster over I Higgmbotham are i V. and Howard Durrence. An- For Family Stricken reject any or all bids and \\aixe C A 1 S K
this week With their t any formality to best serve the interest -
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blackand children of Jackson, Tenn. are the weekend visiting relatives.Mr. days j I and Rubye Padgett.Mr. After Eating PilauA of the Keystone Army Airport

visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. \\'. T. Jackson I :Mrs. Helen Shaford in I and Mrs. H. E. Gnffls'IS' i I
baby have returned to their We to hear Successful bidswill be sul>je< t to BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC
egret I
home in Lakeland after visitingMrs. O. \\'. White Sr., for several and family have spent the past I !' in Maclenny Saturday with batch of spoiled pilau which final approval by the Civi Aeronautics -
cot- Watson is ill and in I Ir. and :Mrs. J. D. Jackson and Administration. I
weeks. three weeks at the Leonhard
Black's parents. Mr. and took the life of one Negro child .
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. WilliamsJr. tage on Spring Lake. I City hospiUl. I I 1
Mrs. Ralph Gainey. for a few and made four others seriouslyill : CLINIC
of Jacksonville were visitingMr. Mr. and :Mrs. H. D. Forth and Miss Gloria I Mrs Hester Hicks and daugh I has cost Bradford County close 5'l'lCi: TO 4prttR :

days.Mr. : and Mrs. Williams Sr. on son, Douglas of South Charleston I Jacksonville has been (' Mis. Helen Shuford of Law- I to $500. I In Circuit Court. liradfuril ('oa.(,. I i 3 Blocks North of Post Office
and Mrs. F. A. Winkler I vacation with I I Flurlitni rhnin-erv.
had as weekend Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. W.'a.. spent the weekend nine-day wee guests of Mr. and Mrs. I The Board of County Commis- Janus II. Sailer.. Plaintiff \-. 15,iseiiMiif I In Starke
guests I
J. F. Rogers and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bias I ther. Mrs. Gazelle I Sweat and family Sunday sioners :Monday approved paymentof Salt.r I Defendant.i .

Mrs. Earl Wilson and childrenof I Ouida Blotker of Jacksonville while enroute to South Florida. I family. i Mr. and Mrs. Dan Panish. $75 burial expense for one child I i \,. .. To I'a" N''. 10-1604 Modern Methods Lady
Arlington Md.. Miss Martha ipneu.rI _
and j were Saturday guests of :Mr. and They will spend the next week- Mrs. Joe Thompson The home of Mr. and :Mrs. Lon- killed by the spoiled rice and $210 |IT.: KI.SI marie S.tltcr. \\lmse r..siil. ,Assistant Steam Baths
Winkler of the Dells Medical ing a week with her in and .nidi.-- i-. AdamA\ I--
Hairis the of
home. a
Mrs. Meriitt Williams. end here enroute was scene hosvpitalization for two
School of Technology. Asheville Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Dr. and :Mrs. W. Middleton: I and daughter Mr. and : I birthday party Friday others. i lYo"I-II.>i HI. herehy notified that a suit I.w CHRISTIAN'S DO NOT TAKE

N. C Miss Merry Winkler of I Mr. Mae Jones of Jacksonville L. Grirfis Macclenny.: i in honor of their daughter 1 f.r .Ii," .
daughter. :Marcia Kay visited and Mrs. Circuit Court Clerk Charles 1. TIIK I.F IX THIS
Jackson, Miss has been visitingher {has 111..1 against you In the \ (\'IXf
I and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn in Wild- spent from Tuesday to I Mrs. 'Onffis are the i on her 7th birthday and Darby said the Bradford County ,above l..n named Court and i.ui-e and LIQl'OK I'KOBLKM, WHO
parents for the past ten days. ents of a new son. Denmark of ''you are reunited to s,'r\e a copy of "
i wood on Sunday.Mrs. Thursday at Cedar Keys. ( j cousin. Lynn Hospital had agreed to pay the then MILL?
pleading to
Miss Lillian Stump spent the Fortunas and two Matthews is the :Mr. and Mrs. Lyle on his 5th birthday ;your air-wer or \ ( X.\
George Mary Agnes | $210 hospitalization cost of the! coninl-iint the PI..ptf'I"rn( TIX.'mCF
Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. I daughters, Josephine and Althea. I guest of Gayle Wadsworth in Live I daughter of \' ;, 12 people enjoyed this oc two other children. 1: Kalpli: It..I"! ,Us, >2! in..!> -. I i.,il I

Thomson Jr. and family in Mon- of Apalachicola are spending two Oak this weekend. weekend visitors of Mr. : with the <.hildr
ticello. j I weeks with her parents. Rev. and I Mary Katherine Wainwright I Buford Higginbotham I Mrs. MaryVellhausen spent all May 9 was the family of Eugene

Robert Stefanelli has been discharged -| Mrs. R. E. :MacBlain. and Brenda Lewis spent several ily. Little Diane was bt; i I last week visiting her son-in- IJlye Sr. In indigent cases the: 1I II ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing I ii

after four years in the I Revv and Mrs. W. McAliley: days last week with Mr. and \ mouth by a dog last 'I i i I and daughter. Mr. and :Mrs county foots the bi1n \. : Established 1894- i

Navy stationed in Pensacola. ana children left Wednesday for Mrs. Ralph Cox and daughter. seven stitches had to be 1' j Harris and family. ] another welfare matter. th

Last week Mr. and Mrs. tefanelli ( two weeks vacation during which Pruscilla, in Live Oak. it. 'i Mrs. Gazelle Sweat entertain- Board agreed to ask the State

and taby were visiting their par- I time they will visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez i Miss Gloria antI Jewel at her home Friday afternoon Welfare Board to furnish funds

ents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefa- I :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McAliley in spent the weekend in Winter I botham went with Mr. I I 29. with a birthday party ( for the disabled to Mr. and Mrs:
Sell It Rat ft Trade
nelli and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chester S. C. and friends in Ala- Haven where they attended a Pat Patrick and family her daughter. Helen. on I J. C. Anderson if the couple is

JCorman. The Robert Stefanellis I bama and South Florida.Mr. 'rehearsal dinner given for Miss I i sonville to Silver : j Rth birthday. Games were eligible.

are now living in Tallahassee and Mrs. Millard L. Keith !' Gertrude Dix and Boyd Eugene Tuesday.Mr. j played throughout the evening

where Robert is employed and j of Jacksonville were weekend | Pridmore. and Mrs. Jack 1 'j then the birthday cake was Postoffice HoursThe WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

also attending a Radio and TV I guests ofIr.. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett family of Jacksonville I I to about 12 gue'ts.ll's

vocational school. I Gainey. Miss Iris Ann Gainey I and family visited :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Waters i was assisted in entertaining money order. postal .wings

Mrs. Drew Reddish and son. I' went home with them for a short I Cecil Sewell in Jacksonville! on I Sunday.Mrs. Jackson.'I I by Gloria Hip-ginbotham. and C.O.I window at the Starke:! Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

Stan are spending two weeks visit.Recent j Sunday. Paul Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish and post office will open an hour lat. 10 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION . 5
with her mother. Mrs. Mamie Lou guests of the L. A. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner ,I formerly of Millington, granddaughter. Patty Mr. and I er starting Monday. July 9. according -

Edwards in Jacksonville while Mr. Wynns at Hampton Lake were I Sr. and :Mrs. Lyda Brown of. spent last week with Buford Higginbotham and to Postmaster G. J. Me-. E.\CI ADDITIONAL WORD 2o J

Reddish is at National Guard Mrs. Mary Avant of Whiteville.N. I Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs. Tan- rett's parents Mr. and ; j \11'. and :Mrs. James Waters and Griff Jr. The new hours will be, i 11<('OT OF 1 PFR CF.NT O\ TWO OR MORE INSFRTIOVSJ .

camp. C.. and Mrs. George McClel- ner Jr. and daughter Dana, of Higginbotham and family went fishing last Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Hours for:J I -IH>ITIOL FOR HI.1MI -"I OR ADS SOT Pun |\ ADVANTKI "

Mrs. Kate Sheppard is visiting lan of Garland "N. C. Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Garrett has been tran. I in Palatka and caught lots the registered mail window will I''

Friends here will regret to, the Jacksonville Naval I WA.NTEI> <;o"\ : FOR RENT-Close m. desirable
friends in Hartwell Ga. this I' Mrs. J. II. Fields. I fish.Palm. remain the same as in the past' !I q.tf'TO,, ana t ., one

week. learn of the death of Mrs. E. W. Mrs. Allene Moore of Tampa i i they have now moved to 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. I| Bradford 1I'.n i'ount> Tll..graph.1 my :111-t I.a""nall.\ l..drlll. and apartments Mrs. W. H!

Dustin 81, Who lived in the M. spent last wet'knth Mr. and I Xulman. W. Madison. tfihgIIDBBER
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith ville.Mrs. Tree Offers I
F. Hazen apartment on Lafayette Mrs. W. R. Haislop. Nathan
and children leave the first of (' \1.1. KOH inns WHEN IX NEED OF STAMPS made to order;
St. for more than six years until Robert Firth and daughter. daughter, Bonnie and Sealed Rids will !,.. taken up to ,, daters, namberer.i, notary seaI .

the week for a three"weeks vacation last January when she and Diane. made a business trip to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sought By County 10:00: o''ol'k.Ulust' 6. 1'lafi! for Landscaping-Land Clearing Telegraph.facsimile stamps Bradford County
spent in Stratford, Okla., I furnishing to the Board of Coiinlrrnnirrii.i..ners t
I her husband moved to Atlantic Marysville Tenn. over the week Lawtey visited Sunday of Irradfurd <'"Un- I Fill Dirt Pningrh'ewa's
Colorado and points West.PJ'jni. t.$ PAID ON SAVINOS KEYSTONE
City. X. J. Mrs. Dustin died June end.Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I Bradford County is in the mar- ty 164'Florida.'....,,> AuMralis Palm Tr..' ) Peat Humus STATE BANK KEY.FLA .-

i 29 and was buried in Salem. and Mis. 'F:. L. Cox and daughter. for 164 palm trees of the I 4.5 fft Men and the wat..rintr and Building Sand Oyster STONE EDIC.HEGHTS, ., MEMBER -

j Ohio. family attended a baseball gamein Buck Wellhausen is Australis variety and mea- planting of these palms in <1f<-ignattd Shell
I il.ii-fs in Bradford l'untv. i -
Dr and Mrs. James Chase of this week as the guest I I
Jacksonville .
on Sunday. four to five feet in height. I Th- Hoard rf'- T\'-" tli- right to
Gainesville and :Miss Katherine John Mixon was in New Orleans i Chilson in Starke. Circuit Court Clerk Charles reject. Miy or all Lidq.' i See OVID LEWIS ivr _t
Hoard of t'ounty < ''mnii--n iu' <. JO\n
Stedman of Gainesville were Sun- over the 'weekend for an'' Gene Johnson returned Darby advertised for the palms Hradford I'minty Florid. 'I

I I day guests of Mrs. J. C. Hoover. eye checkup.Mr. Saturday night by plane .!\ week. upon instruction of the (I WFIf'I.J.I.. .' 680 W. Madison Phone 356-W lou ikrrr ran hair bed I brand .. modern .
riiarl room home rom.plrlr
I liy A. Darby, Clerk.
1 Miss Stedman remained with Mrs. and Mrs. Donald Kelly of ami where he spent a 10 County Commission. The trees are jti tjl:INOTK Starke, Fla. I. rry d.tai for whlrk

I Hoover for the weelt. Tampa spent last week with Mr. cation with friends.Mr. beautification of the county.J: I: you ran pay a. >ou mr>. (all

Sunday. Monday, Tuesday [ :Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wynn I and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. and :Mrs. E. D. The county spent something Notice Is hereby given i: thai tli.' \FOR ed house REXT" Six room at ( unrurnoh-I: a.d UN. Me riplalo will khan Ihr JOB propokliloa.rrr the borne.

July S. 9. 10 and children and Mr and Mrs I Mrs. James A. Christmas and ham and sons visited in HOO for palms last year at II Vunn Ar,"'.r of Taxi"- for Hrad- Appliance. In"ulrc Itchg I I \ ,rrr low down pajmrDlg!
ford County, Florida will meetuith monthly payment jlkr reel.
DOUBLE FEATURE Jimmie Ritch and children
family spent Tuesday night and ny Satnrday with Mr. urging of the Starke Garden the Hoard nf ,''untv Commissioners
Saturday at Daytona Beach. Wednesday in Daytona Beach-as H. A. Sweat. Club. which originated the idea. of said County, in the .f- KFPtlKKD FLORIDA REALTY CO.
The Indian Fighter Pat McGnff was the guest of I If" .. "f the "lerk of I'lnuit Court I All Make ModrU Of Starke
Ii guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ed- palms have been planted and ..'., -1
The Maxville Baptist I at Starke. Florida at Hi-no )I..k I i RranoBiblr
TECHNICOLOR David Gish in Jacksonville over wards and family.Mr. I j will hold a revival were told Monday ..\.M.. .\ugIe..t 6. .\.11. l!tB fc.i the (:IU"(h..J.la.aa.d. !1.PltHO: (Guy _'ad.. .. W. Ii. ..9.1
With Diana Douglas and Walto.AND the weekend. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. most have survived. purpose of hearing complaint, and TO.lV.. Call M. !la.Ie 239 .4J. Thomas!
July 9, at 8 receiving testimony as to theal 1 355 .
night. %
day -
I I Traiplr ir. Tel.
.\tIt'l Mr. and Mrs. Donald McRae are spending this week at the : This year. the Commission has ue of any property, real, Iuronal.or I. 8 Slack, Florida :
Rev. C.V.. Carter of I FOR SAI>B.New 8 z i 16 Concrete -
and Mr. any I block. 19c. Cement $i.50
Mortar Mix 1120
The Wac From Walla had as guests during the past I They had as guests on the Fonrth i I $6 apiece. palms this year hi" A'smeiit IJoll" for theyear per bag. bag.bradford Engineering per Co. i{i

three weeks Mr. and Mrs. Her, I of Ju\)'. :Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mc- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. cost cloffi to 1000. 1156 and for the purpose f.Jperfeitinp. rhr 44 Starke t FOR RENT-Partially furnl!%!".d
John and Ed rereivinp; and equalizing I three bedroom, and
WallaWith bert Drew and family of Indian: Clung of Parkersburg.., Mr. I Padgett I Clerk Darby said some of the ; uch --evsment The CountvAssessor large lunB rom.ki'h..nfle, Installed

Judy Cano'aPlus apolis. Ind., :Miss Joyce Drew of and Mrs. Henry Carter. H. D. j :Mrs. Nell Parrish. Mr. remaining money must be used to I of Taxes and the Hoard Ill "I\.:.. I* (.(OU : hardwood floors429 Jef
I I Cannon and ft County Commissioner' may continue ferson St. Call .
Cartoon for Children New York City. and Mr. and Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Kyle 1 cost of planting and water- in ecsion from day to day I 5-'W tfi
I rxiTKn FARM A';K\ y.diertier .
i :Mrs. John McCoit and family of I Crosby of :Maxville.! Mr. I ger. Sonny Boy Griffis i the trees. Bids for the 164 for onp"I'ck or as long a- net esary. *.- *. of ran h<-.., farm-T.'j..1. jj I .
f "UI' I'i I.. .. ,
and i." "n"I
lard Strickland 'I ALJ-"w. "
Sanford. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk and children -I will be opened 6. I ry real ..tat. with a ronl .f
Wed.. Thurs.. July 11. 12 All persons owning: property subje -.ore than lift *- Id Wffd burllpi(1 .-ii I f..,,-
Bud Lawson and Curtis McOei I I Mrs. Nathan Hires and to assessment in Bradford Yf'arh.n"rall. "r'.1'| porch. ,
FEATURE j and Mr. and Mrs. Dave The subject of palms came up < t DOUBLE i I are touring this week up to the, Rosenthal of Jacksonville and Mr. tended the Youth Camp the CountCommission meet- i County. Florida, are notified to appear r couple to take o\.r the tarkefrritory. fi>l' t. 4q., 7 :1'
I at Mich m..tinor, meetings.to .
Smokey Mountain National Park, I le School at the I Mondaywhen the 1956-57 make such I"mpl.tl' training Vu'lAI4r.-j heart
STORM FEARWith j I and Mrs. :Morris: Carter and son complaints or givete'timonv and silt II I eeip 'I".tt" !!-
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Corey anJI of Heilbronn.Mr. nacle in Glen St. :Mary: i was under discussion. a" to the value of anvprop..rt uppnrt'IJ"r\. sui-ce.cc. frti No lg)n- tftubl.treated ll.ir.jM st.u'.j;
: T.awty.
I ) real or personal as fixedby :::'i ,
Cornel W'ilJe & Jean tment required estate x.l.
I family of Ocala \\eie Fourth o! and Mrs. N. P. Joyner and [ i was whether to earmarkI the County Assessor of Taxe... prieutee not P..al 1

Wallace July guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. family are spending next week !I day.Mr.. and Mrs. John I I $1,500 for palms. mad.'irf'upon his Assessment. rolls as they n,.. given in n".al'u, urinK "n*a'll't-l. 'i iEFISEI. I..u"LAIY.. n-ar.anfv SI, '?.,aI!,! "f'J. .
-AND- 1 Mersereau. .1 vacationing in Jackson Tenn. i family have had as : j The Board seemed favorably in- (;;iVefl hy order of the Board of uiry also or m.i.d. *from who want li. nalesmen ->-<.) I Inrreate I one off main highway,,./.x '2I:

TIMBERJACKTKVCOLOK I Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gaines- "lsltmgIr.. and Mrs. A. P. Joy- ]: for the past two ; with Chairman Carl Pre- County Commissioners nf PradfordConnty. their bii'-ines bv sharing'in I IlVf
I Florida this July 2. A ti. '
the benefit.of l
i ville spent the \ieekenj with Mri ''North's sister Mrs. att comm'nting"If the ladies >rE's nation-
ner and other relatives in Ter.ne- i 1956. Tilde piopram. Write today' : riANt, KUrSKI: > HIM
With Sterling Harden and Vera i and :Mrs. G. J. McGnff gr.. :Mr ssee. i I ter and daughter, ] ; palms. we'll have to give (OFFICIAL SEAL) 13 )hn T. L ,ng. Di--tri. t Sales .\|prI TI'll: Eli, Charles \. Parlor. f'Jt'rk. I CXITKO FARM A IEN; ''V I II J'hlnf 4::. if.
Ralston I and :Mrs. Lex Green and :Mr and Mrs Malcolm Sanders and Wayne. Mich. and Mrs. palms. 7/6 n il*. I I I Box 751, Irnerne---, Florida j 1"

Plus Cartoon I Mrs Charles Harris. daughters of Radford. Va. are i I Sacks anj daughter. MVTKK OF 'U1 _ _ Ithg 7 *i LOST OR fTP.-VErlB"! Virt. \ _
Mrs. C. J. and Mrs V.. .
Houpt I Bernie of Silver : i
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy An- son. i i Houpt Elected N'otioe i is hereby given; that pursuant MARVlN-5EA Ff"", MEATS <-r l.ranit.d. bub tdil!, I'.. .
W. Strickland Jr. and son. Dan \'. All of them enjoyed a to a Final Decree of For.- FISH .- !M.ri/riv. H'i iI'AII.V lit)' r. it. ,
t'Ia IFR \
}'ri.. Sat. July IS. U I iii drews. [ closure entered in the 'a'.e (.f Cassie -I OF'KX "' j.: ntddi'l. II'
spent Monday to Thursday Grandma : :1'10: .
reunion at 'L Dr. .
.1 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonof and Mrs. C. J. Houpt re- Seabrieht. PlainTiff.'rOIl. "'I.J.' BY
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Lakt'land'isiting Mr. and Mrs, Gainesville! were visiting her Green Cove Springs last ,i Thursday of last week I Marvin A. Urquhart. Jr. and JonnieSue I 211' ItEXT-j.ak.. frr-.t, '
i, Vrquhart. his wife and E. R. I ern two .. I
Sam Douberly. bedroom
Sands of Iwo JimaWith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R Mr. and Mrs. Bill I : Dallas. Texas where they Hammond Defendants. In the ("iI'I L.KtJtHtA"U: .. Hig ante bungalow. (".i'r.-I<.r' r.-i .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Patch and I I ruit Court of the Eighth Judicial r
Fe. <
'ottaces .
Kelly on Sunday. daugher were guests : the Fourth Annual Meet- reserved by ueek "I'm..nt. t Teend pnrh. tile f ..- i.; ,
John Wayne son. Franklin. were in Valdosta, | of the American of i Circuit of Florida In and For Bradford P"lhinr. rioaiing. Kish '. ap, nicely Iandsaled Mr' < ,.
Lowell :Mathews: and E. S. Bee- Dorothy Waters last Academy I County. I will sell propertyituate nl Ilar. el. on.ed !'hon don, 22M Somerset lid .1.j ,.
Ga. the Fourth Mr.
over visiting June in Bradford Countv. Florida It', s---,2. Waldo 1,. : :
Surgeons 23-26. A. Kahr. Ie. -
-AND-: brought home Linda \\ i' \1 Phone EV.Io4FOrt < _-i j ,
II and :Mrs. T. E. Herndon.Mr. be were in Raleigh. N. C. over I described a': r. O. Box 6&5. Earlton. Fla. .
had been their guest in i During the convention, Dr. I All stock" futures equipment 4t'rg 7 :;. I
weekend SALE 7
the business.
on -Small Farm
:Mrs.: Herbert Schaun .
The Stranger Wore A and yUle for a week. | was elected to the board of nart'. accessories. used car ill'nI house, nitely furni'hed Kltrtn-,
j of Miami were weekend guests. Mrs. D.V.. :Moore: of Starke : of the Academy which I tory. accounts receivable and all FOJt ]:K.\T-Four rooms and bath : pump. good w,il. out f.inldinK
other assets owned by mortgagor -
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. house hot and cold Cash
or terms. South
of SfarX
I of )Ir. and Mrs. Tyler Jonfs. Mrs. J. J. Brannen. Mrs T.
I anj I' i ; a national organization of os- or hereinafter owned by running water. William iit.'ox. turn off at If'l at Staling'

TECHNICOLORWith I I Mrs. Ray Saunders and daughters -, F. Brown and Raleigh Brannen of i Macclenny:. visited Mr. surgeons practicing in I Pontiac mortgagor Agent in his.n Starke business Florida as- Rt 1 Box 2M Tip 71Q' Tru k Stop, about 2 milcounty *.. ..'

Randolph Scott and Claire Mary Ann and Kay of Lake I Hampton, Mrs A. L. Sullivan of D. Higginbotham major surgical field. Said agency located at 523 FOR REXT-Furnished garage Audrey r.ad. fir't, Waldo.turn Kla2p right

Trevor City spent last Friday with Mrs Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sunday afternoon.We I South Walnut Strtet. Starke. apartment modern conveniences Shulz 7 n

Tins Serial Chapter and Daisy Perryman.Miss Brown of Jacksonville attendedthe regret that Mrs YOU'LL LOVE th* new Ester-! I Florida and all This assets mortgage now owned Includesany or A Also
i Cartoon Sara Barefoot spent the funeral of their cousin and ,I Waters is ill at her home I purse-size fountain pens In hereinafter in regards owned said by said business mortgagor Sauls, CJ3 McMahon St. tfchgWANTEL.'rard I I Starke. Soft 1,1 rr..ar & Ham

weekend in St. Augustine withFMr. nephew. Oscar L. DuBose. in Vero Mr. and Mrs. Franklin ..; !&hades.Only $2.58 at Brad-I at public sale to the highest and man. part i| burger Combination of North Store ItiitFreezEtte I'.-
" and Mrs. Kenneth I best bidder for cash. at the south- time. ful 1 FI"'II.
Kyle.: Beach last Fridav. botham and family of County Telegraph. Apply El Motel. O Box S5S4. Ja'k-- i FU
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1 I in Tallahassee hospital on Fri- visiting his grandmother, Mrs '
Wednesday visitors with the K
|day and Saturday, Mrs. Hewett;J :Mandy: :Manning.: 'I Wattersons
I in Hampton.
LAVTEYKy \ had the misfortune to fall and' t
I 1 Mr and Mrs Rodney Mann and Mr. and :Mrs.: Ernest False: ",:
her back.
njim.- Franklin I I Lancaster, S. ..
Glover of Miami spent j C. visited for t- 11.1\\1\1. lit s 1:11.-: '
I .I i P t\ "
:MJ.: and Mrs. for'I'itiii. \\.tlrt.r
:Mrs. Joe T. lllth Troy Bennett the weekend with the Ed. Manning j eral days over the Fourth of .I'I ,' his Iii 1:1: llrsiTiplMi. 11.,1. i-t ,,1 ,,in Sfrtti-rs. "bib h-n.'
:me! Gary had as Sunday guestsI benefited .. Ion utbrl. ,.b.. h..l ., ,
j with their '. plhll nl ,lu.l r Ills
family. son, Rev. Marvin I Ki. .
AA' s. I j :\ and Mrs.:: Shall Thompson of I 11111" II r 11111. I I- r insp Ilan i.II ?,,.,?, ll. I
I :Miss: Linda Shaw of Orlando! and family. and d"ai"'d 'I.lallal"n "I for II \\1111111'.11 U1
MRS> .Ia'k' Pons and > hiKireno' Lake Cutler and Mr. and :Mis.: j I '11111". without obliu.itiini tirlando H1. II0\
I'I is visiting Miss Dora L."e Carter j j Carolyn Rhoden. daughv-: .:
:M.nun of JacksonI (
I i"Uifo>etfame hums with At j i| Thompson I'
thIS week. Mr and Mrs Carl Rhoden. ,- .':
h-i 1 '-tils Mr. am) Mis BI flint | : I .
Hope Haven :r 1M
Hospital. Ja Ii' "
Refitii'ii e i .v.nrnar. vvn..nvaNAIVIPTON ,,11111'. for a foot operation 1I
Pon.join, ii his family this 'Aeekeno ,"n"_ iicm a recent illness at theh ,I I

the Reddshesattended of her Ray Simmons son or M:
nd thtyilh '.1." parents Mr. and
/ \ Mrs. Thomas Simmons (l' I
: a family reunion neal :MiWalter Wilkinson. 01 : -
("It."a.. .. is critically i 1.1! .::
M* lennv on Sunday.Mr. a 3: :Mi and :Mrs.: Leroy Swann of .
I By -Mrs. I). E. Hill hospital in Richmond, Va :: .'
and :Mrs: Paul Dinkins of Pml.iiielphia. Pa. are visiting the t
this week. Rai- ::..
S> Augustine were weekend '. Su Inns at their motel here. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
I i nephew of R. O. Simmon-; :
guests ot Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Din- I "11'. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews Hampton and has visited! !J'II'
kms and Mr. and :Mrs.: Carl Carter f.t 4 ;1 i I Funeral sei\'ueseie held
II and daughter returned to theirhome : several times. XKHIM:
i I h t Friday' June :29.:! in Veio Beach or Itl'SlNESSllll
.r Wildwood on Sunday :; Mr. and Mrs.
James Bmo-i: I \KI.I: 1.\11\1.1.
| for Oscar Lee DuBose, 55, who
Mr and :Mrs.: H. Markham I,I :: j after spending sometime with the | | anj children of Orlandoue INIlitl.\l III:" -.. OtrrlookniK" I. \I.I: 1IIIIMO
died the previous Tuesday of a II\ 1'111: ItNl.u
and family of Gainesville visited I] Fred Moore family and :Mr.: and i, weekendisitors in
I heart attack. Born in Hampton. Hampton TUESDAY, JULY -10:30: .. M.
Mr. and :Mrs.: Dan Starling the 1! Mrs Chester Andrews at New
(i bringing: with them She h..u iiiul
Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Johnson j :Mr.: DuBose moved to Vero Beach e naratr are li.iih brand urn. 'Ihr IIOUM-,
last of the week. I : and family of Fernandma were River. who had been visitingwith them hulls un a foundation mra.urinaa\55 n. ha* jot..u.ird "lnilonv. -
and sun, FrankIr. and 30 Relatives attending tilr hash iiiul ,.
i 1 years ago. .u".rIt riiiuns urr lar,.r and run ra+-
Mr and Mrs. Charles Starlingand Mrs. Jamesatrrs, and t:. J. weekend guests of Mrs Leona Terry Futch and his uncle, G.I I the funeral from here were Mrs for several weeks, and Mrs. Dan ii> hr lltlilril. l.. 115k.lure r . daughter of Highland attended Edwards last week. Mrs Ed- I \\'. Durban were fishing in the I Johnson who spent last week in I 'I 10. large earner with Inundation ul ;:\ J" it ha. a '..1\-
lligginbotham: proudly ilii|>Iay T. F. Brown Mrs. J. J. Brannen. rtl ll.x.r. 'I .
hihuililme ruulil ra il, hr u ril for man> other
services at the First Baptiston has visited her new grand- St. Johns River on Thursday. Orlando with the Broomes.
the fine catch they took from wards I ,'Mrs. Elvie Sullivan, Raleigh: j purpu.r.arluding ktoracr. .Ili.-r, uurk.bup. fit
Sunday and were dinner guests daughter, Sandra Elaine, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Warren Boat- I Mr. and :Mirs.Viliard: M. Jones 'Ihr house .:i liuill orleina.); to l.r n>nl for hu.inrnlth ...
the St. Johns River at PaLitka Brannen, Mr. and Mrs. Frank an apartment in Ihr rrar. It .il, hr ..
of the Joe Starlings. Mrs. Carl Ed- right and daughter of the State ;, visited friends \ .. ca ulal..d ikurh
I on a rwnt fishing evpedit- of Mr. and Brown of Jacksonville! and MrsD. in Leesburg on hu lnr .rulrriri a a olroom. rr.irr >l.m..n.
:Miss: Elizabeth Terry returned wards in Gainesville this week. Farm were visiting :Mrs.: Effiei Tuesday and Wednesday of last ilritr-iii rrktauraiit erocrr Htorr. rrgi.iir .hoi. radio. .V 1\
ion. Afterwards they enjoyed I' W. Moore of Starke. I .
More iilmiibini or al'l'linnrr i>hoi.LAKEFKONT
home on Saturday from Tallahassee Boatright and family this week. week
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman starling and also visited with their
I a fish fry at the John..onhomp. :Mrs.: Molly Copeland of Jack- : !
; where she had spent a month business visitorsto Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bell and I son in Orlando. '
and sons were
som'me'isited Sunday with her !
with her brother-in-law and sis-I Lake City last Saturday.J. family of Green Cove were visit- brother and famiiy, the Oscar Miss Amelia Williams under- HOME LOTS

ter Mr. and :Mrs.: J. P. Wyrick.Ed B. Rowe of Jacksonville is ing Mrs. Susie Prevatt and family -' Davises. went a tonsilectomy last week. I i '". nlnn IN'I Kill.: \( MI.N:: IT.: >". ursf: or I' \I. \'IKTUESDAY \

Teston of McDill Field I recently.Mr. Mrs. Vernon Slade, Mrs.'er : JULY 10 2:00() I' 31.
and daughter-in- -
I visiting his son 1Jacksonville I Mr. and :Mrs.: Otis Loman and
Tampa, is spending a few days Jacksonville is spending two and Mrs. G. W. Durham of1 non Slade Jr., and Mrs. This charming home, situated uu a beautiful; lanilsi.aped
I law Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe family of Columbia S. C. are Avory I lot with Iola of oaks and shade trees has 2.iii II. trmiiace iu
weeks with the Frank Cruces in
with his father J. B. Teston. were Lawtey on Slade
children the lake .. ..
and and rtleuds hark to .
week. with her were in a depth f :I: I..t.I" kitualrd -
this this week -
:Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Mrs. R. G. Carlton in Lake But- sick Monday. Miss E. Terry went visiting parents Gainesville :Monday.Mrs. : un this lot is another liui.iliiie used as a llobb; shop,
Buddy Starling is on the I Mr. and Mrs R. L. BrownSr. nirasurrloK J"" :" II. \
I' <.u ran hut rnilrr |.r.irrlirs asa
Jacksonville was the weekend ler. home with them for a hoi t'isit. > A. L. Sullivan
list this week. ., in Hampton.11'. Brown, who and grand ,, whole or fteparalely a* fits. jour nerds.llousr .
guest of her family, the A1.. The Ernest Raulerson family Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and daughter. Ann Griffith of :Miami: I is of onrretr Illo. k (oustrurlloii nilh 1 in) lilasi
Mrs. Joyce Futch and son. Terry Joannh's.. had been visiting for the past tile floors and has alb ning "pemdons.. II insii.tK of ..1modem
Blanchards. were Saturday night guests of daughter Guy Futch. visited in last I' ,
on busI- three weeks with them in Colum- Hampton week Lite-hen, dining room, large riling room. U good sizedbedrooms
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of the Clarence Kelly family in were in Tallahassee and Marvin and Leta Futch spent J with Mrs. T. F. Brown. I I' tilr baths and a large screened porch. I Mint
last Friday. They were over- bia, and with his son, R. L. BrownJr. room features a llralrrlalor fireplace of 'lennesser Iirl.Ialune.
Macon, Ga. spent the week with Starke. ness several days of last week with -
and Mrs. : Havelock N. C. made the Mr. and Mrs. B. F. MarXuIty .
night guests of :Mr.: Mr. and ::'oirs. Kenneth Garrett in'! in ,
Mr and Mrs. Griff Phillips and
Mr. and :Mrs.: C. B. Hiatt and and three children of
Fri to with them last Maryland
Ancil Futch and daughters trip Hampton I Iha'e
Tallahassee. While there I
family. Mrs. Phillips returned they ORLANDO
daughters returned this week visited their un- weekend. been visiting with Mr. and I
home with her son on Sunday fora from River where day night. They visited Wakulla Springs and had: Mrs. LARGE HOME & AIT. BLDG.
Crystal they Chattahoochee Miss Alma Saxon of Gainesvilleis Emory Brown and son.
cle, Walter Terry, in a picnic at Natural Bridge, an 41-II'-Rioter ,. ..
visit. had their vacation. Jacksonville TarL \ r K.: :i Illo Ls \\ I of \Irange.tbr.
spent cele- two weeks vacation are spending this
on Saturday.Ir. Terry old battle site of the Confederate j spending WED. JULY 11 1:301. M.
Mr. Mrs. Phil Shuford
and Rev. and Wilkinsonand week with their uncle and aunt
Mrs. Edgar brated his 91st birthday on Sat- from her work at the Florida
stopped by last weekend to seePhil's I children were Saturday din- War. Marvin stayed with the j Farm Colony at her home here :Mr.: and Mrs Lester Slade. GOOD INCOME: !
urday. Garrett family for a few days. I Properly U nrll-khaded and measures KMT \ l..0. nosh
family on their way ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noon and Mrs. Jack Estes re- Mrs. Thelma Kelly of I' Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler :Mr.: and Mrs. Raymond Pans buildings. sell ronipirlel; ru"ol.h..d. l.ucalion is rlosr luMhuuls

from an enjoyable vacation in | Mott in Brooker. turned Mr. Monday from a three ville and Mrs. A. J. Gaines-I' and children have moved into the and children of Perry visited thunhrs, huspltal, KhoppinK and trauspurCatiou.

Wisconsin. :Miss: Katherine McDavid is Estes I Rayonier house at the intersection with the M Wattersons Saturday -
weeks visit with Mr. par- visited the Hermie
Little Miss Judy Bennett spent visiting her mother in High ents Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Estes, Kelly family Saturday afternoon. !I IMr. of Highways 301 and 221. The Paris family lived 2-STORY HOME 2 LOTS

from Wednesday until Saturdaywith Springs for several days. :Mr. and Mrs. George Wall in Gilbert: Goldwire of Starke !: 'They have been living in Lawtey with Wattersons while he was UL'l: Madison \....

her uncle and aunt Mr. and Glenn Shuford A. Q. Smith and Tenn. was the speaker at the MethodistChurch Mrs. Fowler is the daughter of stationed at Camp Elanding. I DAYTONA BEACH
:Mrs. G. L. Sapp. at Heilbronn. Kingsport. I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams of \\- of 1. S MH>. 1. '\. of I. .. HI T. !t::
C. W. Thomas and i
Fred MooreJr. Griffis hadas on Sunday morning. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Willie '-, T11UKS.. JULY 12 1:30 P.1.: .
:Miss Gwen Raulerson was the I are among the National and Mrs. ::\11'5.Iaude Koden of Ft Hampton. .
Mr. -- *. .
guests 1 here if : I. stueeoed eemeat block I
Sunday r> coquina buijdinc
guest of :Mr. and' Mrs. Frank I ,Guardsmen who will be at Camp Griffis and family of Augusta !. Pierce and Miss Ann Elliott of'' Mr. and :Mr: Tommy Dyke? a :H-iar ....01.... blurs. ronslrucfed garage tilh cement 11..0'
Griffis in Orlando last week. I W. H. I and children of Gainesville were and an additional shop building located behind the garage.41.1. [
Stewart Ga. for two weeks. Les West Palm Beach came last week i'
Mr. and Mrs. .
Ga., Ill II DINl.s hrautiliillt
COLONIALFLORIST arr un landscaped ground..Ilh
Mrs Robert Carlton and son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Tucker family of ths, State to look after :Mrs.: Roden's store, ", 'Sunday guests at the Chos Hicks Mrll-Lrpt shrulil.erj and plenl>' of ..ha..... hrrr are S fall I
Prevatt and I
I the I home near Hampton. A brotherof palm trees, a well kept lawn and a nler well-trimmed hedge |
former Ronnie-Donnie
family store.
Farm. W. H. (Willie) and I In front of the home This properly fronts 10: ft. on MadIson [
for the week. I Jack Wainwright of Georgia Mrs. Hicks Mr. Dykes _\.... and III ft. .*n lloma, bring Turner pri>pert>. Siren.are !! )
will remain ated last month from gradu-I pa..d. Has rill .......0'..;...
Ann Sapp had as spent the weekend with his
Mrs. Georgia par-I California, where the
!III ents. :Mr.: and Mrs. Truby
ski -wow a guest Friday her grandson wright.Mr. made their home for the last four BIGGEST Real Estate AUCTION of ALL TIME!

J Billy Burney, of Jacksonville. Her years. PHONE 218 The liquidation and Illssoliilion of \\. J. Hone;. (ompanjr I
the new Mark 30 Everett Burney. was hereon :: and Mrs. T. .C. Williams in JIO\\l\-IN-1lli-llll." In lleauliful J. Ut: lOlVIV
Skiing behind mighty son I Mr. and Mrs. M. Wattersnn
and son of Jacksonville were 4 ii K; II \\o! JIM 1.-IJ:541:1: ::
breatbleti! Quieter, and :Mrs.:
uill" lease; )ou Saturday. Mr. j spent three days last week a: __ Open for Insprrlion July JO and 17n
outboard ever Sunday dinner guests of the L.
smoother than any Jacksonville stoppedby /
Robelen of I (i)
built in its horsepower class. world's they were on i P. Rafuses. their cottage at Cedar Key. Mrs '\ tipiinrlnnllf like tbN occurs only nary In a Jif..Iim.-1I
alternate firing four! on Sunday as j Watterson and :Mrs.: Dot Eiland rhancr to III 1 the Florida home of tour Itreama-a rbaner I
fine 30 h.p. and Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin: Warrenwere .
their way home from Starke j In "u, choicr. Income property a chance to buy one ofthe |
With Djna-Floai Suspension.; told her that11'5.. Robelen's weekend guests of Ir.'ar- were Gainesville shoppers Satur- FLOWERSFor best developed and Ideal ranches in Florida andrhnncr a
.. l 41 own the finest and must popular clubhouses and !
i' Complete Engine Silencing. mother, Mrs. Henry Hill and Mr. ren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. day.Mr.; golf course in I.en I ml Florida a chance to bur other I
.- Full Jeweled Power... -TlmedVahes. Mrs. Joe Lucas and I
of Mrs. Warren. Mrs. Warren and her and All Occasions choice valuable proprrt iucludiiiK an airport canning )
p1 ... Reverse Gear and Hill, former neighbors I children of Maxville factor), and office building with equipment; all located
mother-in-law Mrs. J. E. Warren, Sunday
Neutral... New Merchromatic Sapp were very sick. DISH in a sercnel I lienulilulJ;> roiiiniunil) in the heart of (rntral j
2-tone Colors! Mark 30E model Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke was I spent Saturday with :Mr.: and ,, visitors of the Avory Slades. GARDENS 1'lorldaand lot Illll and lilt at lOUt t)11\ IMilli:!

available pith proved MercEleanc12volt Mrs.' Mrs. Leslie Bradley in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Emery
::", c: the guest of her mother, Sparkmanand POTTED PLANTS :
( .... P.p starter and Man Reddish and Mrs. Sue Mrs. Roy Tomlinson of New I : daughters of Jacksonville s

.,. 1;: generator ruro-the-key that gives Ratiou last Sunday. River brought her mother, :Mrs.: visited in Hampton for several I POTTERY

,i, you starling automatic I I The C. B. Hiatt family visited Margaret Kelly on Saturday, to 4 days: with the David Brown
t battery charging. j, the Louie Lee Wainwrights at the spend some time with Mr. and family last week. I IIrs. Flowers WiredAnyichere f trI I/

6 SEE IT NOW I State Farm on Saturday and Mrs. II. C. Kelly: and family. :\ Mamie Meade of Hampton I / / l 1 1 1

With Mis T. C. Edwards, they Mr and Mrs.V.. L. Fowler and left Monday for Cocoa to visit I

and :Mrs.: Carl Edwards children moved to Hampton last her son-in-law, Enos Skinner, who .
visited ::011' 11:1"1": ::'a IIIT rent dunn at lurtion. (unlHH ulheruls.uuted
and family in Gainesville Friday, They have been occupying is very ill. I Nona St. Starke >/> balance aimuuarrd.FLORIDA .

I on Sunday.Mr the Plummer house. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. \\'atterson.11' I

and Mrs. Bill Reddish of I Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Pete .\ and Mrs. K. Watterson I1 -

Heilbronn came by on Thursday Wainwright have as guests Mrs.Wainwiight's and Mrs. Dot Eiland spent Sunday .

F a High Tradt IS I j afternoon and carried Mrs. :Mary: father, Jesse Stalling in Jacksonville with the

toiyTicmiConvwiitnl 1 Reddish with them to Kingsley Miss Debris Starling and Frank Hard ings.

loyowayrion f Lake for a steak supper. Carroll Stalling. of. Bartow Mr and M'sWilbur! r H.ill

1 Mrs Selma Eunice returned I Ge.>iLe; HIMr ,i-. T'inli! < i it. irul imil\ i' Lr i' <()ak BANK
\1'// STARKEStarke
home last Friday after spending ; ,

several days in Nashville, Tenn I

Alumale final leVi I I with her son-in-law and daughter. I' Florida

i Mr and Mrs. Tom Bary.

Mr and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had Statement of
Condition Condensed from
as guests during the weekend

their son, J. C. and family of I I

Sun SportsAT I family Ocala, of and Starke.the L. H. Harper : I Report to Comptroller June 30, 1956

The Frank Cruce family and ; C

:Mrs.: Robert Carlton and son en- _

joyed a picnic at Santa Fe Lakeon e RESOURCESLoans


Mrs Ailie Dobbs, with11'. and and Discounts 3974,089.72!}

PHONE 1S9 I :Mrs: Burney Dobbs of Jackson-
STAHKE FLA. \'ille'isited Mrs. Ernest Hewett Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 12,577.28

df Prepaid Expenses
I 1,791.73:

1':1: :' c Other Resources .
I I::;: Iilli' : 236.29

:"I k 1'1' Accrued Interest and

,i I II Income Receivable 16,142,63
,I' r 1111': I 4. -1
U. S. Government Securities
I:; 1999597.40

The Opening Of II! : ,. Florida County and :Municipal:\ Bonds 240,348.37


::11// I I' Cash on Hand and Due From Banks 446,335.90 2.702.444.30

I'i:1:I: Jean's Flower Shop I III III'II I I a 3,691,129.32

II' i a

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III : "The proposition doesn't tempt me! Stock 150,000.00

iii! MONDAY JULY 9 1956

I; I I get interest on my money without having to Surplus 150,000.00

ilil! e make an investment. Where? In a savings Undivided Profits 14674.40 314,674.40

1 jt:::: BRIDAL CONSULTATION WITH COMPLETE I account at my bank!" Reserve for Contingencies \ 86,464.76

N'Ilil''' WEDDING SERVICE I Reserve for Taxes Interest. Etc. '- 18979.19

'"I!h, e j YOU (AN, TOO. WE'LL WELCOME YOUR ACCOUNT. Interest & Income Collected, Xot Earned 23159.44

i WON'T YOU GIVE US AN OPPORTUNITY TO Deposits } 3247861.53


'I \ 3,691,139.32

11,1 I1,,! e NOTICE


I Savings deposits made by July 10th l
Ii!:' POTTED PLANTS :i!! earn

';::II: interest from the First. fLORID

I'i'' We Wire/ Flowers Anywhere ::
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; i.1,: 'II' MRS. JEANNETTE KINCAID, Owner Designer dj I Member Florida National Group ,1... ,--. AT STARK'E I.- =

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\ 1 Our Contractor. Deacon A. O. Baptist Church, Rev. Alphonso |'S3697 was the collection for th..! i'...-> and Pensacola Bahsa. He.Ntd caused the water level of pond

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Jenkins, is doing a very fine job :t Jenkins pastor, will hold regular 'Ida%. On July 25 the Disuitt C,'nj the di .11 last year and got I II to drop, which! i> not c )(o..i fir

I and has been patient with us. i I services all day Sunday, July S. j feent'e will start at the t hum i'h i good hay crop from the sOY-I| fish production.!
I I'
!,: We need your support so that 1 starting with Sunday School at I Opening session will be at 4 p. m beanand has a good stand of TilE RIGHT POINT for the

Ozora J. Shell1'Lm we can continue the program and 10 a. m. Supt. Joe Carter in I Wednesday. S p. m. the local !I'en,a< ,.1.1 Bahia grass. J IJ I I wayyon write. Connin and st"I..t --
I f['complete the church during this charge. 11 a. m. devotions will program of welcome will be presented ,
S. S. Contention port a pleasant stay, so far. your favorite THI5KUOK: : ;
.. conference year, if possible. Remember i be led by Deacon Clarence Williams at the church. Sister Bea- = tame upon Raleigh Conner I
The District Superintendent of Mrs. Laura Whitmore enjoyed : OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH E lountaJn Pen. TtumI'Ii.FRIGIDAIRE: : .
i Annual Conference is h sermon by the pastor or |] trice DeSue will be mistress of l h'w.ngagainst a door jam at ,
District, Mrs Jua- ; the of her sister, Mrs !j
High Springs "i company [ just around the corner and we 'appointee. At 7:30: p. m. the devotions -i| ceremonies, welcome address by Soil Conservation Harvey McCarthy garage thetrier ,
nita Lewis visited Allen Chapel Pauline Miles and daughter, Annie -
i['need your undivided, complete will be led by the Deacon I i Sister Ophelia Tyson, response; by i day waiting to have a piece': I
Church on Sunday in the interestof Miles, son Paul Miles, another -, support. Bishop D. Ward Nichols Willie Brown, sermon by the pas- ,, Sister :Mary Gilmore. All members N-E-W-S 1 equipment repaired 1 asked I IIi
the School Conventionthat sister, Ida Childs and granddaughter |
Sunday was very pleased with the report -i( tor. The Lord's Supper will be[ and friends are invited to his coin was fireing bad. and I
will be held here starting i Deloris Bradshaw. They II I from our church on this,i administered by the pastor. I I attend the sessions. Rev Damon Ry Bill ILu, he replied that it hasn't fired at f| THE BEST-KXOWX

Wednesday, July 18. Churches were accompanied by her son-in- I district and we thank you and i Church Conference will be held Dell, District Superintendent is Soil Conservation Service all. -I lay it all to that crotalaria I NAME: IX ELECTRICREFRICER1TION
entire district will be I law Elbert While here
from the Magee "
I. your friends for helping us make i i Saturday July 7, at the church. I II I in charge of this meeting; Rev I It sure has helped my land say
represented. Supt. Lewis addressed -j they visited other friends in Lake I I I I
( a round report at this meeting. All members are expected to attend D. W. Demps. host pastor; Sister Raleigh.
the Sunday School after she ] Butler and Waldo. I L K. Jones, a Bradford Soil +I, I RANGESWATER
I We are encouraged to go for- I and give account. Irene Kelly, leporter.Ve -
was presented by the pastor, Rev. | Summer Program I II i Conservation District Cooperator. HEATERS
ward in the name of the Lord. Deacon and Mrs. Andrew Allen I Ii wish to welcome Sister Kelly to Reddish used the Dis-
II. J. Washington. Mrs. Lewis is i This completes the fifth week I II I the got some Coastal Bermuda plant- Vernon AIR CONDITIONERS
II i Bethlemen Free Will Baptist i i had as Sunday dinner guests reportorial staff of the Bradford I trict's seeder cultipacker to plant
in summer school and will need | of the summer program with ing material from the District'snursery. I WASHERS & DRYERSGet
Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor, I their children Mr. and Mrs. JOseph j County Telegraph, your oldest I Pensacola Bahia grass on his
an assistant for the morning ses three more to Parents are I He is planting a nursery -
.I I held regular services all day Sun- Robinson and Mr. and Mrs j weekly paper in the State of Dad's place in the Water Oak The Best For Less
sions. Mrs. Elizabeth Givens asked to continue to send the of his own from which he
with Sunday School. :I Elijah Lee and son, and '' Florida and we think the best in :
day stalling section.
teacher of Class No. 1 of the .i, children to school. The swimming the will make larger plantings.Now .
Nation.KtjKirtcrs At
i I' I Prayer meeting each Wednesday. Willie Mae Williams, all of lrs'I' I
church was selected and accepted: lessons are given on Monday I that we have some mois-
night, Choir rehearsal on Tuesday sonville. Loral guests n"ant.,1All I 1 Morris Edwards Jr. used theDistrict's
so she will serve as assistant to Wednesday and Friday, while The "I Can Club" will meeton I'I Mrs Joe Carter, Mrs. J. J. Williams tuie in the ground, the spriggingof i to
mow |
churches clubs ask- rotot-ycle mower Smith's
the District Supt. for the meet- arts-crafts, music, woodwork I' and are I' Garage
Saturday. Rev. L. M<'Kay pas- and Mrs. Sarah Terrell. (I '( Coastal Bermuda will give II his It will to mow
ing that will start on Wednesdayafter movies and other outdoor and indoor ed to elect or appoint a reporterfor pastures. pay )II
tor Gladys Blye reporter. Mother Lula Bland is in Black- ( and '
the third Sunday.In ; good results. The District! has the weeds and old grass down
activities are given on Tues- your group so that we may I Fill GID.IIRE
First Born Church. Elder F. shear. Ga. visiting relatives and I
the some light ,
an effort to raise funds for day and Thursday. available a small quantity of give young grass
the informed Sales and Service
Howard, pastor will hold serviceson friends. keep public of your
this meeting and the Tri-State Dr. Florence Jennings holds Sunday, starting with Sunday I5o\: Party programs and activities. You do I' Coastal Bermuda to be used for. -- SenicTAU
planting larger areas. Howard Bisslaml, biologist for \Ve Makes' of
Convention in Jacksonville the story hour every Thiusday from School. Please t/e reminded that
On 6 there
Friday night July ,
I not have to be an l'xpert'riter
1 to about 2 at RJE At the I th.So.l 'onsel'ath'n Service riectrical: Appliances
Sunday School Scholars are in a m.
I p. the Union will be held at our
will be Box at the homeof
contest. If a child romes to you same time Supervisor Shell is in church on the fifth Sunday in Mrs.a Lottie Party Reynolds for the j I or speller, even your editor i iI is I Paul Parker whose place is ,I was hence I.'. .'ntl\.' necking 'h' 606 N" Tl' ll'le"e.

with a small envelope kindly give I Lawtey to have experiences with I this month. July 29. at which I I I benefit of Pleasant Grove Methodist I not. but we will help you. If you located north of Starke on 301 leprodiH !turn. nt! fi.li .'. the p"nl.1
him a donation so he may win the students in music and moviesXew time the Superintendent of 'get information and ideas we will i used the District's grain drill to1 7* of the ('."'r:' \ Tn< o\!! wealhei I'HOXE 120
I Church. Come and i
the prize for reporting the largest pupils and summer visitorswho Jacksonville District, Rev. II. J.I I I. up a box for $1, so that by you pick and work them out for you. We would I plant sorghum and soybeansCarl

amount. The delegates to the Tri- are of school age are invited Tatum of Blackshear, Ga. \\ wife won't have to wait for |!! like to organize you as a group Schearer did the tractor I
State Convention are John Givens I to join the program: for your j and have lesson about twice driving and he feels :the combination -
make his official Visit. { $50 $m $300
and suffer the I NEED CASH?
supper over hot -- -- --
and Mae Lois Morris. :Music: selections the next three weeks. We regret I Pleasant G r 0 v Methodist I stove. If you do not want a box i each month on "How to report I of soybeans and sorghumwill I IPHOIPT
will be rendered for the that you missed the beginning Church neD.. W. Demps news Matthews, publisher make a good haycrop.
you plate supper. -
district by Supervisor Ozora Shell but we hope to have a happy tor, held regular services all day'! I! and owner of the Telegraph would I Dr. S. R. Marco also used the I

who is also Supervisor of the ending.. We plan to have a weiner Sunday. Plans are being made for | On Sunday Sister Irene Kelly ]I be glad to serve as consultant or I District's grain drill to plant soy- MARION FINANCE CO. Inc.

Young Peoples Department of the roast and a game contest at the Sunday School Convention. was appointed reporter for the I j send a qualified representative'Each I ,

High Springs District of the Leake'hitamore on the last day Local churches are asked to par-[; church. This is her first article. ': time a new reporter come!! : willing to help yott If this suggestion
..hur'h will be needed }Fridav. July 27. A soft ball ; so follow her each week. She reports j! 218 W. University A\e Phone FR6-5333
Housing : game ticipate on the opening program j in they apologize and say. "I have I interests you let your
for this onvention. Kindly! respond -I playoff will be held between Law- and extend greetings of welcome. I i| fine services all day Sunday i|I never done this before." Now i is I editor Know and we will go a Gainesville, Fla.

to the housing committee tey and RJE. Who will be the The committee' will contact you j I which was communion day the time to learn, and we are tep further.

i and plan now to take some dele- champions for the summer pro- i for your representative. Refreshments ,

gates dunn; the convention. Supt gram softball? ale being sold on Saturday !i -

Lewis gave us a report on tht'l i| Nary Picnic 1 1 in the interest of the forthcoming |

General Conference that was The Annual Employees Association -*!; con\ention. I j

centlv held in Miami, re-I picnic was held last I Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. I)
She stated that this district I
Saturday Edgar Beach, more
Rev. R J. Washington pastor|
over in a big way. Souvenirs commonly known as Cowpen 1g.
held services all day Sunday FOOD )
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gifts and favors were highly Lake not far from HawthorneA starting with Sunday School, ,

praise coining from Mt. Pisgah: large group of employees and Supt. Homer Williams in charge. )!
A.M.E Church Rev. E. I* Walker guests from Green Cove, Starke
A story from the Daily Word was }
pastor, and Allen Chapel Church. Jacksonville and vicinity attended. -
read to the school by Ozora Shell
Rev. R. J. Washington pastor. This was an ideal location Supt. Williams welcomed Brother (
Mrs. Lewis is a teacher in Mac- and the group was congratulatedby
Elmer Shell who is currently
lenny.. I the guests for the fine
very .
in summer school in Tallahassee.The d
Auxiliary MeetingThe I affair. This lake is open to other morning sermon was deliver-i I IDEid

American Legion Post 314 visitors and residents of this ed by Rev. Essie Holland. The :

Auxiliary met in Room 9 at RJEon area for admission of 10 cents evening service was led by the

Sunday at 2 p. m. with President I am sure the Monioes would welcome pastor, sermon by RR.. L.
Pauline Marshall presiding. you as long as you come to
Shaw, pastor of the A.1.. E. .
Plans were completed for the July enjoy yourself and behave your- Church in Alachua. Visitors at I with ice-cold Coca-Cola. .
4th barbecue We are glad to welcome -I self. the service were the childrenand I great ,d

back our member Alma Eugene Washington grandson; grands of Rev.. Washington, f; t
Jenkins who spent a few weeksat of Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Wash- R. J. Junior and family of five.

Bethune-Cookman College in ington, has returned: to Staike They left after service for Gainesville ...

a workshop. Pauline Marshall after an extended visit in the where they will visit other i'i!

president; Corean McNeil, reporter. Miami area with his parents. He i relatives and friends before returning -

was promoted to the fifth grade I j to Hallandale. R. J. Ju- (

olden: HirtluLiy Celebration I at RJE and will join the summer I nior thanked the many friends ,

Mrs. Minnie Smith of Starke I program. He is known as "Gene" I and members for all they had M CI

honored her nephew Clarence I tq his many little girl friends. done for his father during his '

Battles, wife and friends with a j We are glad to welcome him back illness for the past month and

lawn party on his natal day, o.t'on-I I to Starke. asked that we pray along with

dav. July 2" He has reached the )I Church News him for the continued strengthand I fi

mid-century mark and we hopehe Mt. Pisgah A'M.E. Church. R -v improvement of his father. ,

can live to be 10099won'tdo. > I E. L. Walker pastor, held regular Revival met'ling11 start I I R r

Clarence Battle and wife ;re I services all day Sunday start- Monday night at Allen Chapel.
formerly of Lawtey and Starketut ing with Sunday School at 9:30: i This is the first soul-saving cam-I \1
1 "a
now reside in Rochester. N a. m., Supt. Clark in charge j| paign at Allen Chapel since your ] i0

Y. They are house guests of their During the morning worship hour editor has been in Stat ke. soj: >A ,
aunt. Minnie Smith who is a.. the Love Feast was conducted byl 1! come out and help lift the bloodstained I

faithful member and missionary the pastor. Holy Communion was 1 banner of Christ and I

worker of New Bethel Baptist t !j given at 7:30: p. m. All members help save smnei.s Beulah J. Len-

Church. The Battles have visited' are called upon to do your full i non reporter.
other relatives in Laptev and re- duty in the building' program Git-ate: Antioch Missionary I



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into pleasant memories 1 1 top with toothpick garnish. Real "hot" eating that calls for ice-cold 4. .. j ;

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peanut butter apples wash and : --- --
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney iL-tnt.uti atnl final I
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sliced! apples. Spread each slice i lOr; all I:. Hart. 301 Smith P.uildx 1 NOTICK. TO APPKU .
1111'1' '"- of thu Will
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Home Demonstration THE RIGHT POINT for theway Jacksonville 2. Florida ( In Circuit ..urt, llralltoril ,
cf'D .vith peanut butter. Fix back together : and file the original In the office of I Mintli: UtKSsetl.Tin Florida; In Chancery. \OTICI: TO .. arm

to make whole apple or you \ rite. Come in and select the Clerk: of the Circuit Court on I tinJW.' t'ann.di.oliii'l.i : day ,of June 1956.Mi ;; FTuren o Trill I"h".1 n Sis.-i I'lain- In Circuit Court llrailforil. 4 "uni.
Notes before the tiff. iKl'w: : .nil 1'"n 1e- rittfiilat In Chancery.Stevo
q, Jf] use two slices with peanut butter or l,j day uf July, 19G:; ; I llouton.KM ... : Umlaut. M-e. Ko-ko\-k\ ]11:1.i \ -
favorite : i utrli ( th. r-t.l'e ( .t.I.
Pt ;:] by between them as sandwiches I :your ESTERBRftOK I c>theriie the allegations of said .1. i i.s: :lilt Ii. .1. ,...as.I. i t'aY.. Iti-18.; :;; na Koskovglo. Dff-,1.1-iI. i N ,_I01Ir..10.I'P."r
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Complaint confessed -
as :\lItl.. To
Chill. Ues small and allow 4t IpprarTo '
apples; C/22: 7.1J \
J ; 1i. I DOROTHY ROSSI"'i. j Fountain Ten. TELEGRAPH. ed 3..U. : iIsnrth! 1'. Van Sis i .. tt h"1i*
shall! \ Anna Ko-Kv\-k\ \\ :' ft'and
one for each person. In the case This notice be published resilience i unknown. ,
: III t I In-ill I 4'.. llrmlford CoantT, I .ut -- .-.MIX \ ',
;;; (1Home nee each week for four conwcuive ii r I. t1r.
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Demonstration halves' You are hereby notified that aIliit
Agent of larger apples. cut in i, weeks in the Bradford County I'lorlda lu I lianrrf. i, New York, :N. Y.

just before serving. Sprinkle acid I i, ><>i HI: Telegraph. 4 'lot 1 1 Ainii-i'--oii. I'liiiitiff. \ -. MKIIIAudi ..f former for diiorie name and restoration I,'! YOU are herein, nn.f, ;. J "lit I
\ Th. .- :,- ; .." ..M, I-.K- ..r The Dated thi- 13 day of June 1936. i "ii-l on, I I't f, ndant. suit for dvorce
Jri..d jitcr. yeast rolls will be interested in r fruit juice over apples to keep ',Cltx i ..f Stark. ).Klon.l.i \\ ,iil i| I lie <,p-n I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby a .- No III. |":'4lirtlcr ![ above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the ', has been filed aga'r.-t vi !It'a
them from ,turning I. K.Ristration of Kle. Clerk of the Circuit Court or ruli.'ji-nlliHi; Ni.llre TnI'I''lorl above named Curt .
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The question was asked a few this suggestion from Mrs. T. J.I| brown.'I i I I tVJUa11'/ in the City of Stark By Marian 1.. Crosby. lrputy Clerk .\ sinlr ..f lurlda "lotiK'i )ou are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy of and you are r"'II1r,1: t. : \ .. ainpy
your -
days ago by a flower lover Alderman of Hampton. She says Bologna Wedgies For 8 peo- l lorida.; from Friday. July U, A.P.'I 6/13: 4t 7/6 :" <. Afiilii. .n. uli'atldr..L- on the Plaintiffs Attorney complaint of your ansnc :' r I'.. ,1! .z tithe
I i pie use one pound sliced bologna '! 'm:>,fi. from !I/I: () \.M. to r :tm p.:Mt IOTItE I 1'llkll"\\," j Jo-..|"h K Skipper. ;!:2I Fl.-ri.U; complaint in II!... I'm-- '.". I
How do dry flowers so they this '
summer has
you been ah \ 10 APPKtR
preparing i day except. Your ..'.
Saturdayfrom ar r"'I.lI..1 tappear on < l'iI.! ruiMing. ksonxille :2.: Attorney H. C L' "": I'. ii ix
will keep their color? Mrs. S.. R. I Pecan Rolls and her family and one small package cream !i I :
I hroiiRh Saturday. August 11. A D.. Florida In ( hunrery.J.elih Court andt'';''. wi..-" III plaintiff' !! and file the .. ,.
reminds to use the Here'sI cheese. Spread on bologna slices amid file the original In the office of onp.nil in I b. fthe
Sparks us really eats them fast. j !';;'I.: 12: :Ii,> ..'(.j". k Peter h.yi'- tks tlliort--. .
noon ,
the ( I..rk of the Circuit Court on or Clerk of the Ci: ".t 'i' 'I.: -or:
borax and corn meal method. tse I how she does it. I I and stack as for a sandwich I'lTY OF ST.IKI"I.OP.1f1..\ :Mable t Burg-s D"* ',.'.1'l.llnllff.'S'I Bi.niroiil: foil.'dT.I..IC'l .<|>'li M..II I { tfrrf the before the '" <}..i"i: ;
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one part borax and 6 parts meal. using four to six slices in each I l.y( I'arl. JohnRtgistiatiim Notlrr iii i.Ii'.It I InHi iI. I in II' \i font 23ril;: day of July, K'36: otherwise the all.jra'i'< ,f <.aij: :
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Spread one-half cup chopped j '1' 6,211: : :2t 7,6 tttfkly l ni"-. otherwise the allegations of said < 'omplaint Will be taken ..- (l"l.f.'>*.
Mix together and put in a box. I pecan meats ana one-half cup | stack. Cut into pie-shaped pieces. To: Mable and UurRpDO atltlre---\-le.X.I..nlf'rn whosole.ideme ... \\ilne s my hand anil officialal :Complaint will be taken as confessed ed by you.
Chill and serve. ".' lit Htoark,'. "l-'lorlda. tin' I l'Jh! I Thi notice shall! I.
Mixture should be about 2 inches j by you. ;! p'iKN: 'vl ncj
brown TO APPE4R :M Axenu.lingliton.. Masarhueetts. -
sugar in bottom: of I II JIIIH193ft.;; .. .
pan. In Circuit Court. This notice shall he publishedonce .,, each week f r fur i -e 1 riv: ,
deep in bottom of box. Invert Arrange the peanut butter ap- Ilradford Con.IT. Official Seal) Charles: A. Darby, : weeks ", ,
; Sprinkle one or two tablespoonswater Florida In fhanrery. You are hereby notified that a : each week for four consecutiveweeks in the Bradford < .\ Vel.-

the flower blossom with stem over it.. Place the I pies and bologna wedgies attract-1 liar..1,1 I .\ S|"aii5"nl>eiir. T"laintiff.n. suit for divorce An Clerk of laid Court. in the Ptadford County Tele- 'graph
upI i shapedi r.y. Marian I_ rroil.y. l" > Clerk Dati-i ,
:| ofy graph. thir.I .in f
\ l.jC.
I: > has been filed In the
and blossom down so that I i I on this mixture. Bake at ively on a plate and serve witha '". in"< '-i.,.1".11'-l ,- \o. Pt-feml- above named Court against and you cause and ,\',iIli no l I' M..1. !U.:: H. ."' li'Illilil.lini. !"- In-.I 1 II. I .'t!, 01 t ii\. .,'. .fiitio,: jr.1; : ((Official Sea) ChaA! i.u'x.,
the blossom with 2 in milk drink.You'll .. III-HHI : .I. I I. u .1.I I I J..I.iI l (OKFICIALSEAL;; ) Charles A. Darby. Clerk of the t'.r, C 'irt
can cover ::iO degrees for 20 minutes. fruit punch or a Nolle* 1' .ipprarT. you are required to serve a copy ot j : r "
| A ... Anna I: your answer or pleadinlto the .\ltL' I I., i 1'.1 i 1' ; I. !. i I K of tlie circuit: Court''By' Marian L. Cro-by, J. "u'-.n
ches of borax-corn meal mixture. j variation of this is to use well enjoy making these j!I ,'-,,1'.11' ,. ami .ulih.--l'tg.. nl..rKWho,- .::aret High-- 1 t,mr>laint on the Plaintiff's Attorney I iv M..r'...ri I.. "rosby., Deputy Clerk I 4- :12

Leave material in this manner to 1'' '1 drained crushed pineapple and i tempting snacks for the gang t -t. Itiiin.union, .I'. nii-Uiama Fred Butler. 1309 P.arnett Iank -

cure. Length of time varies with' which will give you energy plus | You are hereby notified that a I II Building: Jacksonville -, Florida
(hopped maraschino cherries with !! suit for divorce and file the original in the ofiKe, II I

the flower from 48 hours to' brown sugar. I Ii I taste good. and give you plenty i has been filed agatnst you in -he of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -

perhaps 2 weeks. Watch them I i I of food values, too! above named Court and cause and I or before the I -
Fowl for Fun | I you are required to serve a of 16 day of July, 1956; j,
carefully so as to take them out Short Course your anawer or copy otherwise the allegations of Raid SU
;, Girls of the Heiltronn; and : complaint pleading to the I Complaint will be taken as confessed ,
at the proper time. Dry the mat The Senior Short Course in on the Plaintiffs ed ,
I: Hampton 4-H Clubs had their Attorn :11..1 lv s Kilt. Ii. I'. I you.
erial when weather is real hot connection with the This notice shall be published ,
I State Home I I ',1"t.i ... i K< Kloi iila -
meeting of the summer. [ and once each week for four onsecutlveeeks
of moisture from Demostration Council file the original in the I
evaporation I Meeting at office w In the BRADFORD COl:=""TYnLEORAl'IL
i Their local leader are Mis.es and i jof the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa I'
the flowers takes place faster).. the University of Florida in or before the ',
Edith and Rosa Moore and Miss : Dated' tin- 7 day of June UOOOFFICIAL .
Flowers that may be dried in 1 1VJlow I Gainesville. July :23-27 is of inter- I :: th i ilax of .Inh.! ]l'I;: I ( SEAL) Charles A. Daruy
i i"i
Hammond and Mrs. II. H. the allegations
i ot said Clerk of the Circuit Court
this manner are zinnias mari est to all members. Complaint
Hammond respectively. They will be taken as can- By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
golds. daisies and rape myrtle.. I I The Short Course offers the Ifessed by you. 6/13:; 4t 7 ',
i were taught to make some
Dried flower arrangements are" lates: information in homemak-i 1 This notice shall be published
I quick; and easy treats for the j once each week for four consecutive MITHK'lll %IM'i\U I
so nice to have in your home,,, I ing. Members will gain much I wreks in the radford County Tele I ID CIrcuit ('our.. Hrudford Coautj
: of friends that might come'
especially in the winter when 1 I gang 1 pratical know-how to use in their. graph. Florida In ('hnm-rry. '
in for an evening of fun. Where !j jI I .10',1 thiL'Mli I :: lax of ..inn.l', .I i; Dons r.i-vi-rly Tinner. Plaintiff. \ :
there are no fresh flowers. Dried I I';' ,1 1theres own home and to share with others -I OFFICIAL SEALharles A. Darby William Edward Turner Defend
crowd there's bound to
flowers with color add to any ar I a t I'j I in the community. It is also ', Clerk of the Circuit\ Court ant. Case :Xo.
|jbe food! By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk :VMlrt To Appear 10-16U'1
rangement. i I training for subject matter leaders ,
T'Villiaiu Edward
I Peanut Butter Apples and Bo- I" 6J it Turner I
-- jixlio.-o ri'-ideni and Ullllvesb/ Is.;
IVran KolU. in the various areas of work. ] I I
logna Wcdgios were the party i Mtiicn 10 .\I'I>lan \t'1'.1, l.cul'ia..
All thost iln Mrrull r. I You are n..r..uy notified that Cum
who like to bake snat'ks prepared. To make theThat's .urt.. II rail ford Count?, I
",",",",yyvyvvyyv. Kliirida: In ( hanrrrv. s forDivorce I
I 1." )" K:. .1..k. -..II. Plaintiff. \ .1
', ilium I. .lai.k-on. I'-f.ml.int. h... DC en filed against you In thebove I

I HEILBRONN-I ,'.1'" Xu. 1lI-71.&:: a named Court and cause anal
Our Business i :\otl,-.. '1'.. .\pp..nrT. you are required to serve a copy

S S .. \\illi.ini i I. Ja'k''h....-.. your answer or pleading to the complaint '

0 If It's Glass We Have It -in. n< t .mil .ulilif--" i-: o StattI on the P'aintiff'M Attorney I
It) :Mrs. ,Alice Normmm.miiAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAALA I ii-on, I KI'iiI.v ill.., 1.IIr/i:1.; Louis T. Ransom 316 Professional i
4 CALL WRITE or VISIT I I You are hereby notified that a suit Building, J.Kk-onune 2, Florida

I i f..r 011\ "l ,..-. ar,-, ust.'dy. and: < ..ii- and file toe original III the office ut I
1I..f minor tluUl the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

I Joe Peters Glass Co. : Milton Noiman and Jimmie Lee 'has been filed against you In the before the 16 day of July, Uitj;; ; II
.a hove named Court and cause and j I other wise the allegations of naid I I
I weir ordained as deacons in the ''J'OU are required to serve a copy of ': Complaint will be taken as confessed i! i IN THIS ONE !

j I Hoilbronn Baptist; Church last t I your answer or pleading to the by you. j
; ..complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney This notice shall oe publishednce :
q We Design Modern Store Fronts Sunday afternoon. Rev. H. H. 'j I Louis T. Kan.-oin. :::1 li m! Pn.li--I..M-.. I o each week for four consecume ,
i Molt delivered the message and I al Ctiilding .'.Imknvill. L'. Via week in the Bradford County I
Just Mail Us A Pattern for |I anJ file the original In the office 'Telegraph. -Tr,1f Like to rule the road without
I : several other ministers took part I lof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I'.!"... this S day of June, 1336.OFFICIAL ; paying a'king's ransom ?

Table TODS i in the service. ,c r I,,.foi.- tin- :;u' tlax; of .JIII} ( SEAL Charles A. Daroy Here's your chance!
1313: :: N.W. 1th ; 193:> ; otherwise the allegation of ,I Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
Gainesville.! Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 I Don't forget the revival beginning said Complaint will be taken as, By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy r-l."rk You'll set the pace in this one, and no mistake. Alt4'f'
; 4t j
I confessed by you. 6/15: /6
with P Carrollof I
I July 8. \ev. This notice shall be publishedonce : 227 of its eager, active horses-and the smoothest trans
Satdis Church as the evange each week for four
10 APPF.11In
I weeks gfrrmission on the road exclusive Pontiac
in the Ilradford
I list. !, County Tele- CIrcuit Court. llrndfurd County, Strato-FHght

WE CONTRACT FOR Mr. and Mis. Ancel Norman j t| graph.I '.tI.ii tinI'l I tlav. of J II n.'. I'd: ;. i "Floritln In thani-rr IIvdra-Matict-ill prove it in minutes!
I-eth noherts Pettit. Plaintiff, \.S.1
I were business visitors to Jacksonj i I j i (Offinal Clerk Seal;; ) of Charles the ,Circuit A. Darhy Court :I I I Richard Ilt-nry Pettit Defendant. I Come in soon: this pace-setting beauty is so easy to

ALL TYPES OF BUILDING ville! last; Thursday. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I 1 I :Notice Topprar Case Xo. 10-1617 own that it's hard to believe! 'in extra-cost option
i 6. 2-:;' 417, 20: I
iI Shirley; Edwards returned to t _ 1 i To-: Richard Henry PI'tti t. whose

I! her home in Jacksonville last; MITICR TO APPEAR I I resuienre and addrp-s i Unknown: I THE CAR SAYS CO AND THE PRICE WON'T STOP YOUI
BUSINESS AND In You are hereby notified that a
RESIDENTIAL | Court. Bradford Canny I
I j week after visiting her uncle andaunt '.Florida! la Chancery. I I suit for divorce

REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES the Am-el! Normans. CaroIvn 3.liziliei; II 1:11".11: l.a 1111 lIIan. Plain- I!!I above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the I

(IH,'. \ ,.. Lot 'ii 1..U I. Median.,
Xorman went home with her .i l'a nd you are required to serve a i

for a'isit.. j j ft-miaul; Ca-f Xo. 101H49i ; copy of your answer or pleading to I
>oiire Pontiac
TO Appearii
FREE ESTIMATES i the complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorfle |
mIl Green was home with his i | To l.ori-n I.,-.. I.anilin.in. w h..-.. } Ralph Roberts 202 Professional .

I family last weekend. I f-icli-tnr' and I aililif--, i-: d.lunit. ),- Building. Jacksonville :2,1!
| \ irgmIula. Florida. I
W. L. Linda Norman spent Saturday .j I You are hereby notified that I It a nd file the original in the office of I

THIGPEN JR. I night with Mrs. Leroy Norman at t i uH for I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I
: I'i"rl'pI I! before the 16 day of July, 1956;

Camp Blanding. I I has been filed against you in the i iL i otherwise the allegations of said I PONTIAC'52S

Phone 297-J Starke, Fla. : Joe Allen Sapp is spending a L above named Court and cause and Crmplamt will be taken as confessed S1MSONURQUHART
,' while\ you are required to serve a copy by you. I
with his uncle and aunt.I '
of your answer or pleading to the This notice shall be published once
Route 2, Box 243DHUNDREDS Mr and Mrs. Homer Stearns, i in complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney each week for four consecutive

a I Ta\'are weeks in the Dradford County Tele- I' SO. WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE, FLA

II ouis! T. Hansom. 316 Profession- graph.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gillyard of I Dated this 11 clay of June, I'Ofi:
i I al Building Jacksonville 2. Fla. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
1 (!"ra ng-t' City visited lelativesI -land' file the original In the officeof_ Clerk of the Circuit Court i H
1I here last weekend. 'I' By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
1I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
6 15 4t 7 >oj;
I i In-fore the I!". .1 iv of .1 iiiy I '.
I .v,1yvyyyyyyvvvyyyvy I P j 1936; ctherwise the illegatlon of .VOTICK TO trrntn TANKGAS
In Circuit Court, Bradford Countyi'I.rlulnr ,
said: Complaint will be taken ai .
I In harurery.Katherine .
LONG BRIDGE confessed by you.
(Calhoun Plaintiff, vfitorge -.
:; This notice shall be published (Calhoun Defendant.

AND NEW RIVER L ''one* each week for five consecutive Case Xo. 10-1602
:Nolli-r l To ApprnrTo
of details are managed and economic- : weeks In the Bradford County: / : George Calhoun. whose residence : H
Mrs. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Telegraph. and address i-: I'nknoxvn '

ally attended that only a trained and iMtcd! this 27 day ,.r' Junt-, I'.ijti.! ; You are hereby notlfiel mat a
fuit for divorce has been
careful organization can attend when i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyI filed against you the abuse named

the urgent need for i i I Clerk of the Circuit Court Court and cause and am rei '
serving is at Mr and Mrs M L. Johns Jr 'Dy :Marian: L. Crosby Deputy Clerk you
i quired to gerve a copy of your an-
hand. i announce the tirth of a son Ii; I: !I 4t jUi I swer or pleading to the complaint

iI James Ervin. in Alachua General: i |Ion the Plaintiff's Attorney
I ; 'OilE: -io i niiiMIIIS: Taenzler & Maddox 10? Law Exchange (

Hospital on June 25. 1 I'J.Tt: Probatefl.. ...-,-... I ID.! I-III: l'u lid III g. Jacksouxille :2,

Barney Moody of Lake Wales I!. n The earl. Of The ( mini Jiulur. i I Florida g4
DeWITT C. JONES I II rail lord ( visited with his brother, Obey..I I In Prolinlt-. the Clerk of the Circuit: Court on or ,

_ _. Phone 7 Starke Fla. | and other relatives Friday I n re: K-tatr of Unj: \I. Klllu,'}'. I>,'- before the II i
i ..a "'1. 16 day of July, IJjO:; ; i i

Funeral Director Ambulance I! through Sunday. 'I.11' rrtlilirM.i itntl IVr."".. llni- I otherwise the allegations of said ,
Service i :\hand Mrs. Kdward Goodwinand | ins "I"lm.. or lirinuniNuilinl Complaint ill be taken aa confess-

Our local funeral home enaMel Gloria Jean of FtTieice. I ".iid IXtalr: : I ed by jou. FOR MONTH OF JULY ONLY
to daughter, .
as offer
convenience anA |, You situ c.ii h of > <>u ai I..r. l.y This notice shall be published<
eervlcea not otierwlw available. spent last week with theE otificii and i'''iuii .1 I.. |'!'''-''nt anxI I once each week for four consecutive
I lain- and demandxxlinh I ) ..u. oriiitliM weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph .
A. Sapps. .
.1' x on. iiia.x ".1\ .g.in-t thtf i
sr.sflsflsnr=Sn --tr.t.S-.tsrs__S flrs.rr=Ssr 4 Mr ana Mrs. 1":. L. I -t.itof liny; M.Kiiiiu-x: ,I lna-.
We rurwib the highest type service at lowest prices and Jacksonville \'isited11'.Ethodena "' al n.Ikor,.. of aid lr.uKoi.I'oiintx foiinti. t i tini'"Uiit. Kli'inl.i.' > I (OFFICIAL Clerk:':)of;.\1.the, Charles Circuit A Court. IJarby ,iI | For the Price of the Range only we will loan you a

iccrpt AMT life Insurance policy in force leaned Troy Dukes last weekend and attended t hi- ..ff....- IU tin- -.nit IP..ui'I. I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
by ANT anl I'ounty at :<1..1'1.'J...r Itl., C 14t: ;.'"J '
company, u payment la part or In full on a funeral churcji at New Hope on :> itlni eight irtl.-iid.ii n.i.ni.ftrom:'! ..i I j Tank and 50 of Gas

Consultation carries no Sunday. ( lip tune of the fn-i |.ui.i "i n .I Mini i: or 'i' \ \ i.m: *i.i/ tIll>\ give you gallons -
obligation. 111notiie.. 1-.h l.in,,: ..i .1. maud I Ij Tht' lloaul I of '..iiiux, ', '"|1.0111.'J.I i-
Mrs. Tom Hodge and daughter j hall I... in uritniK. and -hallta'.. of IVatlfunl '..IiII'1'I'.i itt,
1 1.\II'llle. of Leesburg visited MrsOhev i : he plai-e of rt.ii1eri. c an.I |i.--t ..f- I erg will meet. at th.,. .."urt li. :i' ". WHICH IS NORMALLY ENOK.II TO COOK WITH FOB I OH Ti MONTHS
-- -- ----=- ii',' atlrtrc of th. lai'nant. and, 1 .
-- the County Coiiinii--n.n. t 'f1'l
---== -= --==:::=-----=-=====..- Moody last weekend. 1 hall heworn I.I ,l\ Hi lainiant. on Monday the :2nd! ot' Julx A I I' --

Mi and Mrs. C. A. Johns Jr | .- ..isi>t. hi- attoimx._ :a'lil any \ 1956 as a Hoard of E-iualii.: i Ithe .. I *
nil < :laiin or d.-111.1:1.1 n-.t fil.il.
i DOWN :ir.l. hildren of High Springs l.all I I..- loiil -o purpose of hearing ''",|1'1.11"-. = -;
ann receiving testnm-nx a- t" 'I.-/ ---
PAYMENT \ .,.It',1 their aunt. Mrs Fronie Thai M I I. S(hmiti.i value of any propertx real ..r i I" i- :- -, --- ;- : I 1
ailinini-trit'.i ..f the K-tatt? -tni "
:M'''fly. Sunday afternoon. I snnal or unxrd as fi\ il !'v ih, T 1\
.f U. "
iuy; Kinnt-y, Deceased. "
Assessor for the xe.u: 1 l': at liJ-{ iIk
:Mr and Mrs.[ Nelson Dekle and F.I .t (l'il1.h"\II,," June :I'u. 1''::;!; the owner or agent cf ':.n li II "p. r-
b J'4t: T :iO
,1..lIghtt'I'Iar Frances, of Jack- ty.
$ -- :3G; MONTHLY P.\Y IEXTS $4 /V19 "'1\111. were Saturday guests ,f'" t '11111: TO APPKUtIrruil riiauinati of P.o.t-il, of ,tity "
300 :Mi and Mrs. M. L. Johns. MaryFi.imes lii ( t.uurt. Bradford C'ounly: I''mlll'S'I'.n.' ." i"f I 1 I'-: .uli>1 : '1 i.iCounty
\ I'lorlda: In Ihaner. Florida.OFfU'IAL .
; is staying for a week's 1 Robert S: Johnson. Jr. Plaintiff i-. ( SEAL) :::
I' ::= .LT-I
'S\hu :
$600 -- 36 MONThLY AYMENTS -- so A-17 \"i.Sit. Kt-nt-ily Jolin-on. Pefend'ant. ATTESTCharles: A. Darby.Clerk .
Case Xo. Iw-ltil'H:: and Auditor -
Mrs Nan Moody hauled a load, (I N oi let To Appear b J I. St 6 JS @
To: Si-lua Kenerly Johnson ( a
ji *
vegetables to the Jacksonvillemarket
LOANS UP TO : whose residence and address-i-: "11'ln or i\'nIKI: \ TnI \1: I
$2500.00 5aturdaItnd; stayed overnight -. 724: Ken-lngtoll I'riie. NorthVii- .\\I'I'I.UTIII"( UN VI,

with her sister Mrs. \V. H .ke-hor... Xorth Carolina. uistimu.i: I
You are hereby notified that a Florida talutra
Andrews. i suit for Dixoiie and Ketoratiotilf I In Court of thr County Judge, TAPPAN

Mr and Mrs Ted Cook ofTrtiksonville i of maiden namehas j Ilradford ('..unth Matr of Morida

s. been filed against you In the I I In I'rohatr
were Sunday dinnerguest. r above named Court and cause and I In re the Estate of Kiinke AhaitzCanoia i

.* of Irs.zei! LavenderM'.s and you are required to serve a I DeceasedTO .
WhyPutOff. copy of your answer or pleading I to WHOM IT MAY COXCERXXotl.e : :
: Lavender and children went! the complaint on the Plaintiffs I is hereby gnen that F. A. RANGES

h, 'no with the Cooks for a short Attorney II. C. Baldwin. P. O. Dor Canova. has filed hi- fna: 10'1'! ''' t I

V.slt 101 Gainesville Florida as Administrator the e-tate ..f
and file the original in the office of I Eunice Alvarez I Canoxa tie. e.is- '' 1
Bill Coley of Paatka visited the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or that he has filed hi>- petition i, >

S Needed Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banks last Saturday before the ;2.id: : day of Jul}.. lii: ; ; final discharge, and that h. iu 1:1!!
Repairs Paint Your HouseS otherwise the allegations of said I apply t.. the Honorable Thei..t. A I i1 *

Mrs. Banks has beer Complaint will be taken as confessed Yawn County Judge "f }'rJdi"I,1County. : !
by Florida on the 27ih day
Add a Room Screen Porches boarding his three children! foi: This you.notice shall be published once of July 1936. for apprjial uf saint-' i Don't Miss This

I several weeks andIr.. Cole> each week for four consecutive and for final discharge: :a- Ail" inistrator '
weeks in the Bradford Tel of the estate of Kuna-- I..r-
carried them to his mother L'Kmston.
BUILD A G\ .\GEDD A BATH INCLUDING 1 graph. Alvarez Canova, decea-rd on th,-

FIXTURES N. C. for a visit. : Dated th ISth day of June. 19 56. 19th day of June, 1936; ste., BIG
SEPTIC TANK WATER Official Seal) Charles A. Darby F. A. CAXOVA, I .
Administrator (.f the etaKjnii'c -. '
SYSTEMS: ALL REPAIRS AND Clerk of the Circuit Court.
RE- Alvarez deceased. '
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk -

MATERIALS FILL DIRTGOOD 6/21 4t :rIo 60::.> i.. -. i 1 j

>OTICB TO APPEAR !. The ( o..ty ..udf..'. tonrt. I!. I _

.\Applications Our Office RICH a Circuit Court. Bradford Co..t 7. And For Bradford "UD'", Florida
No Obligation Florid la Ctt mtnr. !. Prokatr. i It PAYS to TRADE with SLADE

Vincent James Tomasino Plaintiff,. In Re: Estate of J. E Snuth deceaseJ. -
Store Hours: Open 7:00 Till 5:30 Monday Through ; TOP SOILSee | vs Jan Florence Tomasino. De.fenda .
; I !.:. I \otl... Of Flllac\ For Final 5)1charge -
Close Noon
on Saturdays Case \D. 10-lt E: of Eieratrlreo:
Notice To .Appear :Notice is hereby given that w*
T i Joan Florence Tomasino! have filed our final returns :a> ex-:
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE ,, he residence and address is: 4th L ecutrices of the estate of J. K i SLADE GAS CO.

I } BILL JACKSON -".-e1-. East Meadr*. Long Island. ,,. Smith de.-easrd.! that we have filed
Ne r Turk.Y."I our peti'ion f'T d.-tr.bt ; m and for'

Jackson Transfer are hereby notified that a, final discharge: and that on ti23rd
i PHONE 333 or Company --.t fr divorce day (,f July 15>;3'; ; xi e s\ IiI "1'I i

t..., been filed ..*ao:;;{ you in I the I I ply '.j 'he H.,norabl< Therjn A.
____. Phone 165 ab ,ve named Court and cause andaS t Yawn <" .uny Judge of Bradford: I Phone 121 Starke, Fla.I.AGE .

z # --- ;=: V '. ': .r.-.iuire: I ,it---' a COpY .-,f I C-1*' V FI.r..Ja.: fir 3!>!>rjia! if
: "' r: rI's1..g: ;j the cjm-: sa.vi :t:.:.s. rearns; t.r ar. order of 1 -


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M i ren Regema Harrell had her ton- I spending the weeK wth: her parents !t

OOR Local Missionary Tells Startling AdventuresImagine 'sils removed Monday in the boa I I I Mr. and Mrs H E .stokes .

: p.tal in Gainesville. I j, Mr. and Mrs. James Ktd'..velI ; I

:Note Of Thanks I I and children were guests or Mr

the green waters of a m h ui'i! recently was used in ,:nd during summer she w.J! jo iu Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and :!I' and Mrs. Victor Jones last Fn1 -

river in a foreign land losing t Sf..:' i nlonng' oleomarsanne: the outpo.vs and teach at the Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann wish!I day.

.. -- overhead with drowning onh moments i s "Foi' sports, the Ecuadoreanshave daily vacation Bible schools where to thank all their friends for their I i I i Mrs Frank Genevor of Gamt'si -

,away in the depths of a baseball. a form of football I the native children are taught many floral offerings and acts of i\i vile is spending a few days:; vvr.n: f

Presbyterian ChurchFriday I Methodist ChurchChurch ruthless whirlpool.Or more like soccer, and they are 'I handwork and are told stories kindness shown them during the:' Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Genevor
a handful of
imagine women quite expert at volleyball. I based on the Bible. illness i and death of their mother, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Thomasof
hemmed in by the eerie darkness I
Adult Choir practice -I School, 9:45: a. T f filled There are few roads in this The native Indians there seem I Mrs. Nancy Mann Gainesville were visiting Mr.
> a jungle with
8 p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m., sermon untamed beasts. savagesand > 'mntrv and a car is only for ai; to have no religion peculiar to Hamburger FryMr. ,: and Mrs. Benny Thomas Sunday

Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Morning topic Marked Men." Service Those nth man them. She has not heard of any and Mrs E. Kleinman entertained fir and Mrs.: Aubey Thom
are two of the hair-rais
Worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by broadcast over Station WDVH. "There is freedom of the press, they follow, but she said the Indians with a hamburger-fry at'I 1 and Children of Panama CIty are

Rev. Walter T. Pearcy, Penney MYF Recreation time, 6ia: j ing Phylhs experiences Martin, reported former by Miss r Mar' FY but on at least one occasion, one !!: do have a great fear of a their home Friday night, June 2C. 'I spending the weekend with his

Farms. Union Evening Service. p m.; fellowship supper, 6:45: p school teacher who returned Lawtey June newspaper was suspended from I devil or evil spirit. Among those attending were Mr parents, Mr. and Mia. Tim Tho-

8 p. m. Sermon by Rev. J. E m.; worship program, 7:15 p. m. operation when it printed something and Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson and mas.
When asked if the ,
) after four years of missIOnarywork experience of I
Sherwood. Union Evening Service First in Ecuador. unfavorable to the government I being thrown in the river was her i I family.Ir.. and Mrs. Thomas ;[| Mrs: Paul Faulkner of Starke

Circles of the Women of the Presbyterian Church. Hamilton and and ,
most she family, Mr. and Mrs Elizabeth Thomas and
Miss Martin exciting
knew replied:
personallythe i
Church will meet as follows: No. Prayer Il'eting.'ednesda ', five products which Ecuador I Mrs. Pete Norton and family. II j Mrs. Woodrow Thomas were vusitmg -

I, Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Sr. 7:30 p. m. young missionary men exports are bananas, coffee, cocoa I' Stranded In Jungle; and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hazen | i Mrs. David Starling m Jacksonville -
whose deaths at the hands of the silver and "Last Easter I went on a trip I
hostess, 8 p. m. No. 2, Mrs. J M. Youth Choir rehearsal Thursday t. lately some gasoline. and family.Mr. Thursday.
savage tribe of Auca Indians drew Lax Morals i through the jungle on horse-back I
Mitchell hostess, 7-30 p. m. No. 6:30 p. m. Chancel Choir rehearsal : I and Mrs. James Crews of Linda Sue Thomas spent i feA-
national attention this i visit the
early year "The moral standards ito friendly Colorado Inaianfi. -
3, Mrs. A. H. Harley III hostess 7:30 p. m. there are Ft. Call and :Mr. and Mrs. John days last week with Sylvia Jur.-
"They, too members of It 5-hour
were Quite different from those was a trip and I
at I'
8 Shaw of LaCrosse ,
p. m. were visiting Starling in Jacksonville
the Christian Missionary Alli home They are on the way we had a man along
There11 be no midweeRservice AIR PARK considerably I }Ir. and Mrs. A. Mann and family Eileen Thomas spent a few
ance, Miss Martin said "and I in many ways and it is almost anaccepted I and felt safe. But on the way
as the pastor is on his BAPTIST CHURCH visited two of them at their outpost fact that home, the man had left and a ,\ Sunday. days last week with Mr and Mr
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Tiny Indian head held III1.'i everyone steals Little Dianne Howard of Jacksonville Chris Corbett Gainesville
vacation. homes. l I | in :!
Nate Saint flew the in Ecuador. huge rotted tree fell across the !
Worship services 11 am. plane u an
Training Union 6:45 Evening }recently returned from Ecuador earthquake land
At The TabernacleA took a trip with him." i was no for us to I grandparents and Mrs : daughter Shirley of Lakelan
way get
region there through ;
j jFirst is were only tremors
service 8 p.m. Come and I a representation of a shrunken I E. B. Crosby. I j spent Saturday with Mi
ani j
Hand Account I the dense matted
all the jungle around
worship with us |head made by the natives prewntably I time I was there. j I Juanita Stalnaker Mrs. W. E.
returned Bigham Jr
handsome pulpit Bible was In the security of the home of Miss Martin loves her work, and us. I just ,
of monkey skin and hair. Mr.
after and Mrs.
presented to the Gospel Taber- NEW RIVER her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter The shows it by her enthusiasm. Whenjasked "We were frightened, but after spending several days : Marvin Fletcher
or human
nacle at the morning service last BAPTIST CACRCUSunday Martin, who live between Starke |heads practice shrinking i iI i if she thought the work of'I ja while we heard some dogs barking with her grandmother. Mrs. T. and son of Lakeland spent the
is outlawed) the
Sunday. It was the gift of Mr. School, 10( a. m. Wor- 'and Lawtey along Highway 301, i!I J and souvenirs by like the"o"l'rn.O1l'nt one- the missionaries in Ecuador is pro I and we called! for help and we Stalnaker.Mr. and in Ft. White. :.weekend Wood. with Mr. and :Mrs L-\! ,j

and Mrs. F. C. Carnell in memoryof ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service Miss Martin told the grim story |I I'above are sold to tourists. :Miss during results, she smiled and ,[ were able to return safely." I, Mrs Ressie Colson and Lt.

the late F. A. Scott, and was each 'from first hand accounts she i iheard :: : said: I Miss Martin has given a talk family are staying here and kt'ep-I and Mrs. Loyal Douglas and
7'p. m. Prayer Meeting Martin i is wearing a shawl wot n
gratefully received. Everyone1'I from the wives of the mar- ;''by "At an outpost called Tania. Describing her experiences at the: ing store for Mr. aDd Mrs. G. B.I family of Charleston, S. C. are
7:30 the
Wednesday, : p. m. Indians, and also a nwkilaie Colson
while they are vacation- spending a leave
of ferns I tyred men. there is an average attendance at !i Tabernacle in Starke. : 15-day with Mr
Lovely arrangements welcome.L.. L. Parker pastor.E'ERGREEX ] made from seeds of various "
and flowers, placed also in memory "They were dedicated to carryIng I (colon the CM.A. church of 150 In i Later. when she receives some ing out west with Mr Colson'sbrother and Mrs J. K. Douglas and other

added to the setting for the the Gospel to the jungle region dians." i films and a tape recording of the Palen. Ressie said they I relatives.

Sen'ice. At the close of the morning BAPTIST CHURCH inhabited by the savage Auca I When reminded that some people I account of the death of the five I arrived O. K. and enjoyed their j i Mr. and Mrs. Gen! Leaich and

reading of the |tribes, a land where no white man 'big dugout canoe which had an feel that there are people missionaries. Miss Martin expects trip by plane. daughters and Mr and Mrs c

church message Covenant and Communionwas Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- had ever entered and come out 'outboard motor. In an effort to'' right in U S. A. who need to be II I to give; talks to groups at several 1 I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettles Jr I T. Gano of Gainesville spent Sun-

observed. ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. ( alive. I avoid one of the rapids, the steersman I converted to Christianity she ret ether churches around here. i j and family enjoyed a picnic with day with Mr. and Mr.R. Fi .

m. Preaching 7:30( p. m. Prayer "But they knew the danger and swung the dugout around, iran plied: I I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S, K i j Gano

Special vocal music was con- Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. one[ of them Nate Saint, was extremely I up on a half submerged tree I "There are many people here to I Y YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 I I Sessions, in Leesburg Sunday. ,! Mrs. J. M. Hendry Mandarin
Mrs. E. L. Johns and
tributed by 'and dumped us all into the swirling I Little Karen Nettles spent Wednt'sday"lth
careful in preparations. ao that work. Our commandmentwe came back Mr antiMrs.
Mrs. Eugene Lee, and an instrumental CHURCH Ot CHRIST
"He flew over the hostile Auca water. take from the Bible which tells BROODER I i home with her parents after a : Russell Green and family
number Mrs. Florence C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister I
by I and dropped gifts, as a means of i Just Green Water I us to go out into the world and three weeks visit, and Pam went ;, Joan returned home with her n
Hippie, harpaphone and Miss Susan Sunday Bible Study 10( a. m. :
winning them with friendship |!i "I tried to get to the surface. preach the Gospel to crea home with the Sessions for a I spend a few days.
Wallace, piano. Morning Worship 11 a. m. E\"e-I : By Mrs. E. B. CastlesAAAAAA..uu.uauaaau j
I was held down in the whirlpool. I short Mr. and Mrs
This seemed to be successful, for ; ture. stay. i iI t A L Goodpe in I

I ning Worship 7:30: Bible( p. m. 7:30','! I If. later the Aucas returned gifts of It was an awful long time beforeI Uncle In Africa I I|I Mrs R. A. Nettles of Starke Mrs. Ralph Goodge of Star
Wednesday Study (
1 St. Mark's Episcooal ( m. dried monkey meat pretty feathrs -, finally got to the surface." Miss Martin comes from a mis : I'arl'ommitt Meets j! spent a few days last week with' were visiting Mr and Mrs Russell -

Rev. Raymond E. UacBlaln I Radio program "Old Paths" I and a parrot. I,;''a Questioned as how she became I sionary-minded family. Her mother Mrs. J. C Harrell, Mrs Ralph j IMr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettles Jr. i i ii Green Sunday
Learned Language"Then missionary! Miss Martin, who is i Mr and Mrs. Robert and Mrs C. L. Atkinson anil-
had studied to be I Shipe and! gi:
each I a ,
Services at St. Mark's Sunday 9 a. m. Station '' missionary Nettles Bill Bigham; and Earl i
Episc\pall learned of the 29. medium build light reddish daughter Debbie sons were \'isitingIr..
WDVH. they some i I and! she has an uncle in that call of Knoxville! and Mr
Green the Park
Church will be as follows: I' ;hair. and an engaging smile and I City Committee I Tenn. Jim Koon in Waldo .
Auca words from two Auca women ing who has been in Africa for j met Friday night at the CountryI spent a few days with Rev. (iI j Sunday.Mr.
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church 1 who fled from the tribe to escape -, 'manner replied: over 35 years and two other and Mrs. C. B. Stallings. They i and Mrs Claude Piesio

School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. KIVGSLEF LAKE 'I being buried with their husbands I "I've wanted to be a missionary who are preachers.She uncles -I I I Kitchen to make definite plans I have gone to Daytona Beach and j made a business trip to Bartow

Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: ( MISSIONARY BAPTIST ; bodies. The Auca follow ;all my life" i j I for getting equipment for the | will! come back by and pick l las weekend.
p.m. Y. P. S. L. j Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning She was born in Minnesota, i has four brothers. Kenneth. :| city park. Materials are being : Mrs Paul
I the practice of burying the widow I Mrs. Tom Shipe (Mrs. Stillingssister : Prescott and children
Wednesday 7:3t i i Worship 11 a salesman at Jacksonville; Donald purchased this week to make
: pm. Litany a.m. EverJng 'came to Bradford when
husband and these two County I' i of Bartow
with her ;, i, who is visiting the Stall- [ are spending tw >
and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir Service 7:30( p.m. Prayer Meeting women ran away. (I I'she' was 11, and later graduatedfrom mechanic at Camp Blanding; swings, see-saws, merry-go-round ings this week. wt'l'ksith Mrs. Doshie Prescott
Practice. each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every Bradford high school. She Clifford in the Army: Ralph an jungle gym, horizontal bars, anda I
"After careful preparations, the Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Norton and
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, attended Taylor University in In- llth grade; pupil in Bradford high sand box. These are to be made
I five missionaries: entered !: Mr. children
I finally and Mrs. Wilson Leonard of spending a few
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30( a. m. 1 pastor. | 'Clara and J'raduatf'dth a degree school. She also has a sister. under the direction of Lloyd
the forbidding jungle of the Auca i i' Orlando were visiting Mr and weeks in Gulfport, Miss
awaits everyone. : in elementary education. Florence, a college student. who Wood, who is experienced in this i
tribe, and built a strong tree i last Mrs. Aubrey Hazen family Vacation Bible School
I year graduated from BHS. kind of work. The lots have been and will be-
SEVENTH DAY During the school year of 1951-
St. Edward's Church ADVENTIST CHURCH ]house with four rooms. I 52 she taught at Law tey ,I Mr. and Mrs. Martin (he is a staked off and the weeds cut Sunday. I gin July 16 at the Brooker Bap-

"Soon afterward, an Auca warrior ,[ school. Elemen-j carpenter by trade I and all the down. |j I Seeber Edwards and son Ronnie tist Church at 8:30: a m The
Services each Sabbath In the tary I 'I
visited them, and they took I I: of Tampa last church
Sunday Mass at 9.15; a m. home of S. N. Brown across from their I!i Upon completion of family had the thrill of a lifetimeeveral I Sorry to hear about E. Klein spent weeks will also be engaged in 3
I him for air- '
up a trip |I with air and Mrs. Z. W. HamilI Course
s Study the
I ;: $ years ago when they heard i same week
i man's accident
6:30( Bethel the Christian Alliance Sunday. He
Holy day masses a. m. and Baptist Church east of Missionary +ya
Next two of the Auca
8:30 a. m.Children's. Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. I plane. I sent her to Quito, capitol of Ecua tilts|t ; Phyllis speak to them over mowing the lawn when the mow- I i ton and other relatives :' beginnmgea'h night it 8 p m
I men came to see them, bringing the radio i Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton'
Catechism Class each Bible Study each Wednesday, dor, but here is the story in Misr. station HCJB at Quito. er got hung in the hedge. He took l I I I I
2 along a woman as a gift. and
Once family last
Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. *:30( p. m.-Arden }Mote pastor. declined Martin's words: a month the missionaries are his foot to move it with, and cut i Sunday at'
"The missionary men allowed to I j'I Jacksonville Beach. GOT AsoMMERCOLD
speak over this station.At .
Keystone Height Mountain City two of his toes off. He is in Ala-
thanks. and
t the: gift with thought
(At St. William's Chapel)) BETHEL they were making headway in "I made the 3,000 mile trip by Summer School chula General Hospital in Gaines 'I I Zedra and Thomas Hamilton attended

(Follow Hiway 21 south to St. BAPTIST CHURCH their: effort to win the Auca's plane and found Quito to be a At present Miss Martin is attending ville and might have to have i a fish fry at Lake City

William's at feet elevation Summer School at theUni.t'rsity his foot I Friday night. Ii |
Sign.) Sunday School 10( a. m. Preach- friendship. mountain city 9,300 amputated, his wife stat
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. above sea level with seven of Florida, taking ed. Mr. Khenman is in charge of i Yvonne Norman is spending the
ing services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Speared To Death TAKE ; -j
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Song service 7:30: p. m.- Rev. ."However when the plane next snow-capped peaks towering above Spanish and education courses. She the Southern Oil & Chemical week with her mother Mrs Eva I:

Confessions before all Masses. R. L. Lee, pastor took a trip over the Auca village it. It is cool there all the yearround expects to return to Quito in Jan Plant here in Brooker. Harrell while hubby L. M. is away fur

and discovered the tribe heading even though the city is almost uary. I Also on the sick list this weekis with the National Guard. i j symptomatic

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST their way, the missionariesthought on the equator. There is no I She will resume teaching her I Mrs. R. I. Mann, and Mr. & Mr. and Mrs. James Kidxell 6 6 6
Recent Birthi
LATTER DAY SAINTS : they were coming on apeaceful summer or winter; the only courses during the school term Mrs. Woodrow Thomas< and child- I and family of Massachusetts are I I i RELIEF7Blrod's
change is in the rainy and dry!
vivsit and in theproess
Services each Sunday in old Bradford County Hospital an- i were seasons. And believe it or not, j W : ,
: of preparing food for a I ,
the births 1
nounces following : II
Masonic Hall E. Call St. Sun '
on Quito is east of Bradford county, :
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Breger of welcome, when they were set upon
day School 1" a. m. Sacrament not west art you might suppose a I I
Starke, a daughter, Della Virgin and speared to death"With
Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel west coast South American city I
come. la, June 27, a shudder, Miss Martin to be.

Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. -Ieng concluded: the story, which shockd I I
"I was assigned the job of ,
HPLBBONX of Hampton, a son. Gerald Paul, this country early this year.
teaching at a school for missionary I
BAPTIST CHURCH June 27. But she has had some adventures children. There are 120 pupils I
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Frenchof
: of her own, too. enrolled and the term lasts from GRAND
i Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach- Starke, a son, Douglas Arthur, OPENING
One summer, on a vacation visit August until May. The courses ,
ing 11 a.m. Training: Union 6:30: June 29.
en the river to a jungle station taught are similar to those in the
p.m. Preaching 7:30 pin PrayerMeeting !or. and Mrs. Lawrence Toddof I
near a settlement called Tena, ina States.
Wednesday 7:30: ( p.m. Starke a daughter, Norma
Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. Jean July 2. party of 10 missionaries and "Ecuador is ridged by the Andes

Indians[ she waalmost drowned."We mountains, with highlands and l Gas Deal

were going upstream in aWash then jungle both east and west. Special
The Ecuadoreans are two races, I

1. I j I the Spanish (and all who have any I II!
white blood in them are considered I

Your Clothes in this group) and the native --- -- -- --. ---. ..-............-. --.---.- -- -- ,
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FLA. I 1 j jI i Indians. The country is a demo

Pounds i j cracy, the official language is I i
'jI Spanish, and the Catholic Church FOR
REV. LEWIS D. IIAINES, Pastor I !i I i is predominate, I ; i

Jefferson and Court Streets In' The Heart of Town : For 40c! i Much Illiteracy; 3A n YOU CAN GET A )::1

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 "There is a great deal of illiteracy i

FREE Bleach If Desired! I and a very wide economic I 'I..I!' .,I

gap between the rich and the ; I

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. ,' poor with very few in between'j :

Sunday School 9:45: A.M.: Training Union 6:16 P.M.I I I The rich people eat COMPLETE HANDY
We Will
meals a day each consisting of Down

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. t elaborate courses. The poor sub- '

Dry Your Clothes (! sist on meager foods such an a I '

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at soup consisting of gram, water, a And Your

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. ,r New For Automatic 20cIn DrterttThe l-ttle! lard colored with achiote. I) Old Stove FLAME GAS SYSTEM .

f min................. I

I WasheteriaTemple PINE LEVEL !I I -.. == "/"--I which includes I"'. ;



.. -, ., -- Mr and Mrs. Dan Lewis of I i i = \ DIXIE GAS RANGE Ii"Ii"I'

Kingsland, Ga. spent last week I i ivvi'h l ,;'

: Mrs H. H. Lewis and attended '
i hurch services Sunday. ; a TANK AND 200 LBS. :,

MR. TIMBER The H. }1. McRaes spent Tuesday '' OF GAS, PLUS INSTALLATION I;;

of last week with friends in'
BAPTIST Starke and dinner of': ;!o If are using
ci GROWERAre were guests you gas investigate our plan. We

Mrs Robert Myrick | rl: I I service and supply all makes of gas appliance for i Ii!

Mr and Mrs A. J, Fender and j I '.+.4 j..: commercial and residential '
you following the example family visited Mr. Fender's J .

CHURCHS. ''i of your friend* and neighborsand grandfather at Lakeland. Ga. i i See our Grand Opening Ad on back page of this :,
_. ... i selling jour Pulpwood at last weekend. !, Issue. :

the new Bradford Woodlot? Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Taylor and j II _I I ______.. ._ _._ ..__. I''
F. Beard, Pastor I ________._______________________________ I
i If you're not you are missingout children of Olustee visited the [ I '

I I on a source of ready cash J W. McRaes last Saturday. j II| BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR BIG FREE PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY "

A .j Mr and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and
that should not be overlooked.We I "

JULY 8-18 f pay cask "on the spot," and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lewis visited I' JULY 7 AT 4:00 P.M. -, You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win +!ilt iltN '
I II II Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott and Mr
I the moot modern facilities for I

Ii i at B. M. Thomas at Brooker last -" .. ... .. .... "
7:45 P. 31. ffLa II unloading are your disposal. SaturdayMrs. '" --- --- I '" --....--- -NI- +

I J. W. lc.1e'isited! her Lowest Prices Easiest : '/

DAILYREV. 'x < I CONTACTEdwi son. Arley :'tIc Rae. at Crystal l ---- Terms -- Your Credits Good !Ipil!

I Lake Camp last Sunday. He is a r" .--.-. .. ... ,:
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counselor .._____ I
and swimming

C. L. CARROL, Evangelist W., Peck instructor there this sum- Hi

I j OR C. F. BATEMAXPhone mer three and years will training leave 33 next a pilot fall for in HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY I''

l Good Singing -- All Are Welcome 474-J the Air Force I Ii:

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae and

: son arrived home last week after 218 TEMPLE AVE. (FORMERLY DRIGGERS) PHONE 43 I IS.
P. 0. Box 129-Starke, Fla. II
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-Trombone- Bandmaster Starts' City Buying Hit County Board Hikes Road Crew Pay Council Rejects : ually$22,000 contains at the about present$2000 time act-The i' He li gave On Nov.these 1. reasor.-a new :< : .

I cityauditor, George W. Dande- comes effective, with .1 p --
By Starke MayorThe (Continual From Page One i ihout I :lake of Jacksonville, advised the, of additional re\er.ut- : .
And Backs Foreman On Firing Issue ;\'!: adequate piar.nmir! for its"' city must immediately set aside measures.

Daily Music Classes At High School City of Starke is still pay- expenditure. \ :six per cent of the gross utility! 21 About $191),001) .r: I\'
,, i revenue for the fund. j
ing exorbitant prices for automo- H.I/t'Il Object IHazen. I property has been adder! "
Bradford High School's new t, : ive supplies, MayorV.. T. Jack Shoi er woik) hour; and.! higher 01 not I in particular objected'to ('an I'adlmk Its the city limits in the :i.I"

handmastei a trombone player son indicated to the City Council pay 1 ti>r the Biadtoid't County! 1.0KO) Per Ont the increased: rate unless the "I'd say the bondholders are This will bring in m.>i r\' : '\"
with: eighteaj> muse [e.. n.ng I Tuesday night. (I i load crew were adopted! Mondahy \ I "We can't give a man lesponsi- money was budgeted or earmarked being rather kind about it." said 3), 'City utility billing! L. _

expeiu-nce. stilts work in earnest "I'm not mentioning any '' the County Commission which bility. without authority to go I for some specific improvement .Johns. "Dut unless we put up the est in history with lit. : '
Monday by holding classes, for names:' said Jackson, holding up also firmly backed the crr.T'sfoieman with It, and I stand behind ft. E. such as better garbage collection !six per cent the bondholders can.come totaling 122.500 sent ..,' : "
pre-band students. I 9t two invoices "but I want the in a hot employment con- one thousand per cent." I, or a new fire engine. i| in here and padlock en'rything month of June.

The bandmaster Elden Mathews I Council to notice the purchase of troversy. Commissioner E. L. Crawford' "I simply don't want to dump i the city has." 4)) Under agreement u.. .
two tractor tires and tubes. i I Under the reorganization, the commt'ntE'd'e put Ft. E. thereto ; and Johns said he believed '
:33. comes to Bradford High these lit into the General Fund the immediate bondholder1 bond pun.e:' -
at Lake Citv 'From one dealer, we got a tire road CIt>\\"S' hours were reduced hue and fire. If we went over : the crisis would ho !hinho .
after three years spend money haphazardly.Ii | ;1' t> \\ drop about SilO ,t .>, : :
two at Americus. Ga and three I t:1 ana tube for $37.21. A tire and immediately from 41' toII) hours II. E.'s head, the only thing to i he commented. : p.ff.x; i't' >:v: opt"i; :'Ii\, 1 Nov 1.
at Charleston, OhIO. tube of the same size from another :i by eliminating the half workday i I do is get i id of Fl. E." i i, City Clerk Johns said the better '

He will move his wife. Betty dealer, cost $51.51."I j on Saturday. The Commission directed that I approach would be to establish -
and daughter. Cookie. 11. to don't see any r.ense in throwing I In addition, the Commission Norman be paid for sick leave I 1 a budget, then take the nei'-
like established a scale extending if records disclose\ he is entitledto ,
Starke when their home in Sara away city's money pay I essary revenue raising nani II
\ w. that" i i from $53 to $66 weekly, replacing it. Arui l Norman was informedthe .
toga Heights is ready for occupancy I !I I| to meet the proposed expendi-
Cookie, incidently plays c Although one councilman, Mrs. the current $47 to $62. Commission had no objectionto i i tures. This also was the view ui:
the oboe. I Ruby Johns inquired how such | eekly. This will be effective! his employment on the road Mrs. Johns the councilman Dedicated To Community Service _
Mathews is a native of Springfield purchases were handled by city Xov. 1. after the start of the new crew, but only if the foreman a- I City Clerk Johns said the *'it\"'<- "Movie Are Better Than'1\: t'r"

Ohio, where he attended \ f.1L employees, the Council took no I fiscal year.The I gieed. dire> financial straits stems: t rum
Wltt 'nberg College. He holds a action on the purchase under question i, strength of the road crew I The move to cut the crew's two factors. One is the overspending I (If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
bachelor's degree and is following I Jackson has no vote on the I generally is 10. or 11 men. work week from 41 to 40 hours i month by month, of the bud- I Ii eat ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS

through with graduate work Bandma..tt'rl.tthE': \\" Council. ,, Dispute Flares I was initiated by Commission: i! get. The other is the city's failureto
at the University of Florida.He i I A month ago, the Council called The Board of County Commissioners Chairman Carl Prevatt of Law- set aside sufficient funds for SATJULY ,,
is a Purple Heart veteranof I!I SE'SSltmsnll be 9 a. m. daily as< a for a reform in purchase of had a dispute on its hands tey, who said the longer hours'i plant repairs as required in an' 7 ONLY:

World War II, having served I regular part of the Summer Program automotive parts and services aft- j i almost the moment the meeting prohibited workmen from attending I' agreement between the d: and, |' BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Wednesday. Thursday Fri
31 months in the infantry some : 1 er disclosure the city paid $2 for I opened, with Othma J. Norman to Courthouse business or attending holders of $750.000 in city utility!
of it overseas in France. He was Beginning July 16, he said a mounting a tire, a service which i charging that road crew foreman church if their faith observed I bonds, ; mrraz Kim July 11 12:! l.i;
i i normally is free: $2.62 for a1'- 1 fired the Sabbath I rya .BLACKJACKKETCHUBIL
exalted ruler of the Lake City two-week course in tatontwirling P Jones had unjustly Saturday as Departments O>er"|>ent I
Elks, one-time president of the woiid be held at 1:45: p. m i I' hide gas cap; and 93 cents each him.The He noted the same thing couldbe While the budget is not vet ex- :
Columbia County Teachers'Assn" each tiny.< Interested students wen, for sparkplugs which the city Commission finally ended accomplished by eliminating| reeded. Johns said the various d<- :, ti.a'IIffjHcA9 '

and currently is a Mason requested to apply.He I could purchase wholesale at 56 the controversy, which flamed so Saturday as a half work day but | partments have overspent month'i iI I II a' 111

and a Kiwanian. lie will direct requested other instrumental \ cents. hot it included curse words and instituting: a nine-hour weekdaybut I by month and there is not suf- I I
the Methodist i-hoir in Starke. students, including regular bam I, 1 at least one offer to settle the he commented. "We wouldn'tget ficient budgeted money to finish | [ DUFF TO my/

Mathews said one of the main I members, to meet with him anyI : Lawtey Lions Probe matter outside the hearing room. a dime's worth of labor out out the fiscal year, which ends j i AND -

inducements for associating with day after 10:30 a. m. and 2:30 p To Erect by firmly supporting the posi- of that extra hour each day: Sept. :30j : OUV MADISON ,
Bradford High was the year-old i m in the band room. Prospects tion of foreman Jones. Salary Hike) j In a quick off-hand run-down II KIM NOVAK ; '. fl
Music Building, which was con New Meeting Place Norman charged Jones docked Commissioner Bishop instituted I Johns figured the police and) BRIAN KEITH c
strwtpd and equipped for about I State Racing Yields i I his pay when he left the job last the move to hike the crew's street departments will both rur I
$60000. Directors of the Lawtey Lions Friday because of illness, alt salaries although he coupled the $1,000 in the hole, while! the administrative as
Mathews said he would start $165,000 For County Club rect'ntly'oteJ to put the though other crew members in proposal with criticism the crew and fire departmen' | ACAIMSTL .
pre-hand classes in flutophone Bradford County has reeeivec I plan for erection of a meetingplace similar circumstances were not contained too many equipment"operators" I functions will overspend $200"! THE HOUSE I''
tonettes and rhythm instrument I another $5.000 payment as its II I before the next business i docked. and insufficient low each.

Monday in the USO Building. Th. share of the state racing tax,, session of the organization.The i 1 Admitting that he and Jones er-paid "laborers." This alone would make a deti Plus Chapter Xo. 9 "Panther Girl"and
consists of utilizing!
bringing the county's total this I plan had exchanged words over the Under the old pay rate. laborers i kit of S12.000. "(;oggll' Fishing I 'ar" ( ar-
No New Developmnt to $165,000.The Ithe i old market platform at Law- dock in Norman asked One of the troubles slid John- ,
year pay. draw S17, operators $55; ; and toon.
I fey, which is owned by the city is that the city's budgetary met-
Rabies money, by special legislativeact | \Vhy would R. E get mad and foreman Jones $62 weekly. Un- !
Reported On is split equally between The Lions are considering fram- 1 fire me when I told him I'd ap- der the new plan, laborers will hods have been too irregular'l'1 Sunday :Monday, Tuesday N
Threat To BradfordCounty I rchools, hospital and county oper.I i in; in one end of the building pear before the Commission? This receive S3o. operators $53 and had a budget three years ago j July S, 1), 10
ations. j for a meeting hall, and figures is still a free country" Jones $66. then skipped a year," he said :,
Jack Tra- on the cost are to be given to thee I i, "You simply can't do business- i THE HAKDFJl Tlln'1.1..
Sanitarian \ The $165.000 is the larges!' j I Left Job At Bishop's urging, the Com-
I j membership at the next meeting that and adhere ID ptannet'spending.
developments ; way
has no new received thii
wick reported
amount ever by Jones had little to say about mission also !
agreed to create thepost
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Another feature of this idea is .
regarding a possible out- stemmed from thi;I ,
i county. It the incident, although he said
of assistant foreman at
I $62weekly
later date, to fix the other
Iron-Cla.l Budget
a up !
break of rabies in Bradford Count -|I fact that racing taxes yielded i L Norman left the job without notification with the to to
end of the to make post go He that beginningwith
platform suggested
'I I
}' record $11.055,000 for equal and had not presenteda Arch
.\ it suitable for a skating rink or Ellington. the Xo1 fiscal year the r
The rabies scare was initiated I among the 67 counties a doctor's certificate as required b.ar.r.mra
other teen age activities. I Ellington has worked for the Council adopt an ironclad bud-
rabid I The tax is collected and distri
June 17. when a possibly by policy.
county nearly itI
years | get and adhere to
fox was killed near the home ol I bated by the state comptroller. Noting that policy providesfive said he deserved reward andincreased I The other factor in the !citv's $ : RYAN MAYO HUNTERKXXXUKOSTA
W. J. Epperson in northeast sity will start in SeptemberClass days sick leave a year Jones tT .T..T.f
responsibility. financial straits stems! from thecity's
Starke. The animal's brain was.! I BHS Teacher Enrolls members were picked aftei implied Norman had exceeded his The wage change was not for- misunderstanding. or inability ROOST MIDDIETON WALTER BREIiNAN
and could not be checked extensive testing and interview'
quota since employment in Feb-
for rabies Jn: 1st Medical Class ing. mally adopted by the Commission I j to pay. regarding a specialfund f ft<*ut b> tlh1tllX.et.i. h BSD I KBscNtm
I I ruary. since funds will not be available !- i set aside for emerges v repairs t,L 1t90)on rt ca wwa
But Trawick, warning that wile James W, ( Billy Patray. Bradford Patray holds a bachelors and! County Commissioner H. A. until about Nov 1.YOlLL. I to the power plant. SIG
animals do not approach huma I High teacher, is one of 5'0 masters degree from the Univer (Buddy) Bishop seemed best to, The fund was established aa 9
habitation unless sick, has kepi t t accepted: for admittance in th e sity. His education included pre the Commission's sentiments -
express I HIVE the nl'E..tl'r- requirement last year when "h?
a wary eye out for rabies. I first class enrolled in the University medical training, except for om. when he said, "R. E. is I city floated a $750.000 bond issueto
Since the rabies incubation peri.j of Florida's College of Medicine. course which he is taking thi I boss as far as I'm concerned. It's brook purse-si/e fountain pens in I finance enlargement of water Plus "Be Patient, Patient" Car Plu.JeaseI Stop" Cartoon

od is 21 days, it will not be el I I summer. his job to run the road crew, and pastel sh.tdpH.Only $2 )8 at Brad.' and electric plants and expansior toon.
to assume the fox did not spreac I i Classes for the first medica J Jj Patray has been teaching al t when he fires a man, he's fired .., I of service. -- ,
the disease until Sunday. class in the history of the Univei'- BUS for several years. whether the matter is personal ford County Telegraph. t! The fund, which should have -- - ,-.-, ---"-- -- -

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