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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 13, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I" Bradford Adopts Budget Alvarez Fed Up Conversion To Dial




; : I 1 With No New Taxation Gas Cap Refund



Planned Spending Shows Slight Increase Offered To CityI Sought For PhonesIncreased


Z4'' t'- With Millage Still At 17.25A

t Rates Also Seen As NecessaryTo
If the City of Starke will return -
hike in
expenflitures.
tight check rein on indicating no Meet Rising CostsThe
that: controversial gas cap
; -- taxes for 1956. was held by the Bradford County CommisSion -, to L E i Red i Alvarez he'll

k I Ii as it tentatively adopted. $221.02: budget -Monday. cheerfully refund the full $262 ; Starke Telephone Co seeking both a $:ilU) tn)( 0 !loan.;

Ip jJj The 1956 spending program ii price. I IAnj and a rate increase for financing, hopes: to convert to (lat:

II I only $5,150 more than the lecoru -! ii Law: Enforcement he'll make the refund in : sen-ice and inaugurate a 10-year expansion program p\\ Iwr
adoptedlast
: $216.873 budget ('cash; immediately and the city '. H. A. Bishop announced this week.
'
% year, which shows the won't have to wait 6-days Bishop said the
i mission's desire to avoid com.\\ like he did for company expects -
payment.In
I' to offer toll-free
=fVh zi I mills Changes Planned '; .vrvice t"
in the current 17.25 Policemen
crease \! short Alvarez is fed up Pledge every home within the rounu ,
Three county commissioners reference the
with to
recurring even those in far rural aieas Ir.
: nominated in the May primaries He said It'.-
were vehicle gas cap. -
addition. all!
telephones on the
on the tasis of no new I By Local Sheriff and to
I worth the price prove Full Cooperation system will be converted to di.i
hike in taxes
taxation. and a it he has plenty of satisfied thus eliminating the slower manual -

Bandit U'hitington In I'niform Flanked By Accessories 1 was not anticipated. This 1 is the I private customers. who paid in system.

fifth consecutive year that mill- Plans for a sweeping reorganization cash. -

Arrow Marks Spot Check Covers Loss age has been pegged at 1725. in traffic law enforcement, The gasoline cap was one of Despite Fee Talk The" Two Years :Needed
system now has !926: telephones -
No Deficit Hope including uniformed deputies and several purchases which Stark
and this will be hiked! i.:'
Yet. Clerk of the Circuit distinctively-painted patrol cars city officials have questioned
1 The Starke force this
police additional 500
i onveis.irto
'Coin" Charles Darby held out were announced Monday by Brad- as to price. The purchase of upon
week pledged itself to fair and dial. The COn'erswn,11 t"kttwo
hopes the county might get out ford County Sheriff P. D. Red automotive accessaries from enforcement
jVL cooperative regardless years.
of its "deficit financing" habit dish. I several dealers has been mentioned of
controversy
over paymentof
The expansion is subje.. t to tu,>
during the 1956-57 fiscal year Reddish proposes to increase the in recent meetings. arrest fees by Sheriff P. D.
Bradford. alongith some I number of full-time dl'putiefrom I! Said Alvarez. "Every '<:i.'nslblethinking 'Reddish. developments-t I successful, >.ui-

other Florida counties strappedfor t one to two, put them in uniform, person in the city limits of $300.000 in newly issued i .'rn-:

been forced to I and of Starke knows that there Six policemen subscribed to the pany bonds, and <121! :a hike .1.
ri funds. has set them to patroling the
I 11 t hold some bills over from onf I highways in green and white pat should be other anJ more important statement that "any controversyabout rates ranging from $1 to $2! monthly -
Ii the arrest fees is not four
fiscal war to the next. In short I rol cars. business to consider for most residence and bu.<-.
I making and we will continue
begins the year ir I \ than to continue to discuss this ness telephones.To .
the -ouniv
He said these thus
measures, i
to in full
serve cooperation
raise the $300! OOf.
debt and never quite recoversduring far, have been established by some one $2.62 locking gas cap. !! necessary
with Sheriff Reddish and all 1 other .
I Bishop plans to incorporate th.
the In a statement to the Telegraph
LL year. of Florida's larger counties.
.
enforcement officers
: j regardless with "ownership vese ;
the Standard Oil Servo company
Said Darby "We can overcomethe Smaller ones have not yet taken of fees."
equally between himself and In-
deficit this year if we work I'such steps. : ice station operator made these
The issue of fees has been wife. H. A. Bishop ..lrth.l !h-
nnd at it"S'ntil1l1'nt "We've got to do something," points: brewing about a month e"erI
two daughters. Mrs. W C I'HA
:..&;;.:;_ Grow Ing I Reddish told the Bradford Board 1) He did not ask the cityto since Sheriff Reddish revealed he
ell and )
[I'S. Nina Andrews
Where Gunman Entered Cashier Hernuall President Peek Sentiment has been growinf I of County Commissioners as he : purchase the gas cap. I paid city policemen for making Kate Hike
SoughtTo
with
members for the 2! The cap was one t
Commission presented proposal Monday.
among arrests which ultimately came under -
I I ]locking devic e. and well wort! secure the raise in i.ites !Jit-
linr
spit n out hewing to the budgetary I"The county's traffic is too big County Court or Circuit Court
BeforMuntlay's ( the money. In fact he has plentyof has applied to the Florida Railroad -
and not overspending. I II for the present force. i jurisdiction. I
Plea SeenIn Commissioner "In Bradford satisfied customers. and Public Utilities Commission -
began County seven :
Guilty I I meeting I II people
Reddish raid the
system was
I E. L. Crawford of I II have been killed in automobile 31. The cap; has paid for itself which will hold i a publir

Starke suggested dividing th- I accidents in the past six months. : if it stopped the theft of reasonable because policemen hearing in Starke at a Ltteidate'

I This hea\'ier'' nine gallons of gasoline.' were risking their lives in cases II. A. (BuddyI Bishop Jr.. th'
budget into 12 equal parts. am'l: summer, traffic is
b ,than 4)I He will cheerfully: refunc" normally beyond their jurisdic- company's general manager said
overspending > any summer lye been sheriff.
thus avoid
--- the price immediately, with tion. lie agreed to month "We
line have I
in considerable
keeping spending I i a number '
........ Bank RobberyCecil :; of businesses depending on none of the city's customary de the fees. with the dial nmvei.-
month.
by Objecting to the system were "
lay. Ion and expansion program ,11-
tourist trade. You hardly get out
-. H. A. (Buddy) '
; Commissioners I Starke Mayor W. T. Jackson and
-- -- -. 51 lIe reserves the right not though we wanted to release
,,of sight of a tourist court, filling
-f-- c the same enc'would
>> Jr. said
Arch Thomas Jr.
'City "
Bishop station or restaurant. to sell any rn'Hgas caps to i Attorney some good news with the bad

Field Sailor Nabbed Nine Hours be accomplished by heeding the cityCity I Jackson said it would lead to the He raid spiraling osts anti increased
I
fisca' I "Consequently, have no intentions -
the regular quarterly that
charge city policemen were
demand foi h III
servu e
After $28,448 Hold-Up report presented by Circuit : of establishing a speed trap. the sheriff's "errand boys," while brought the company to iLs knt'sDial
,That is furtherist from mind.I I
i! Court Clerk Dai by.I my Mayor Calls Thomas r.iid the practice was

A cool-headed and talkative 19-year-old Cecil Field I I Raises in pay and expense allowances because the county mustn't get merely a method of "tipping" the

sailor who confessed to single-handedly robbing the Florida I| were made sparing! that type of reputation. policemen.The For Lawtev
I II
I "But I really believe distincti'epatrol
Bank at Starke of $28.443 last week. is expected to plead I| by the Board of Commisioners 1 cars driven by uniformed For Enforcement matter was brought be-

guilty when the Federal District Court hears the case, prob- : It did. however hike the roac'I' 'officers will make for senribleAiving. fore the City Council which SOON

ably today (Friday) in Jacksonville.The maintenance crew salary iteir .' The sight of them will turned it over to Thomas and
I' $3.300 to provide for salar I Jackson for solution Jackson .
by prefers
slow traffic. while Of (
And don'tintend LawsRigid
we
Parking Luutey Hill hate dia
With- when the is
Emil case "
sailor Clinton completed. raises of the 10 men employed : I II the fees to go to the city,
be hard
to the
tourist
on ,
ington. has waived indictment, Although Frederickson and the I I The item was increased from I II I I which then could divide them a- telephones within 60 days.

and grand jury action is not nec- girl are held as accessories because last year's $26.411 to $29.11.grrt'd I we'll certainly bring" in the flagrant mong the officers. I Th.it's the word from II.

to conceal the I violators. enforcement A. Bishop Jr.. general manager -
f-ssary. Consequently the case they conspired of improper
.\ Earlier Signers of this week's police
and stolen the bank I I I Currently; Reddish has one full- ordinances ordered of the Starke TelephoneCo.
Janitor Thonut goe'. directly to Federal Court money robbery The Board had agreed last parking was statement were Police Chief W. I
Judge Bryan Simpson is expectedtc itselfa.s a one-man job. I seal i i time deputy -- Fate Brown Monday by Starke Mayor W. T. Bishop said $30.000 in
week to set up a salary ,who drives vehicle I.: Thornton and Policemen E. F.
an ordinary
Dat Gun's Hissen hear the plea today. Withington told officers he had ranging from $55 to $66 weekly i I and civilian He Jackson. Miles. Riley Sweat W. K. Griffis, I equipment has arrived, a no

I Also waiving indictment were 'I planned to rob a small city bank instead ofI.. to $62 weekly 1 I has several wears clothing. in'I'i Jackson said he noticed numerous C. Moore and Shep Tomlinson. I I he hopes to hate it installed

two accessories. Cecil Field sailor i for some time and he had "cased" part.time deputies violations in such busy areas within two months.Telephone .
for the road crew. communities. Not signing were Truman Norman -
Janitor Relates Marvin E. Frederickson, 19. anda hanks in Lake City Ocaja and Another $3,300 was adde 1 I outlying He at the Po office, Courthouse and who is a newcomer on the I Her*Ice In 1.\..-

girl. Mary Ann Reid. 23. of Starke. Borrowing a .38 calibre I for repair upkeep and rental o !II cars proposes and to white paint, colors the patrol whichare i I suburban business sections. Primary force and John Barton, night tey now includes only nine

Jacksonville. revolver from a friend in Lake road equipment. Darby green I offense he said, is parking radio operator who seldom makesarrests. I stations. Bishop expect-
couhty
Pre-Sentenoe Probe before I officially adopted by the Florida on the side of the street. I about 100 patrons when tht
Colorful City he planned the robbery explained that the $11.50( wrong I
Sheriff's Assn. Reddirh said I
Story U. S. Commissioner '1'. V. Cashen his upcoming transfer to Key I He said the violations tend to I--Th I II conversion to dial is made.
(Continued on Page Eight) !he hopes the reorganization will I I e statement said the arrest
the is congest traffic and cause accidents -
told the Telegraph judge West.
I "has time-hon-
"Som buddy asked me why: Ithdn lie> effective Sept. I, I fee system been under present rates. He said the
likely to accept the guilty pleas I Penalty of violation is a
Broke In June I From Maneuvers I Reddish bred practice, and the city policemen -
't take dat gun from him until plans to put Deputy 1 1Bro'o'n $1 fine. last rate increase. amounting to
then sentencing
:and postpone Picking the Starke bank he I ware not aware it would be
but I sez I ain't taking no gun completion of a pre-sentenca in- 1 and the new deputy in uni- i Jackson asked police not to en- 50 cents per phone monthly was
spring the latch on a rear window termed unethical. It continued: I
Dat gun's hissen." vestigation. I form. Brown currently is drivinghis I force the ordinance strictly Sun-I "The policemen have not beeni granted in 1950 when the company

such words National Guard own vehicle, paying his own churches when fervices I abolished the old magneto
In graphic Negro Maximum sentence faced by I, day near asked for their views, and that is
janitor Dan Thomas describesthe Withington under Federal law is i No Thanks expenses from fees paid by the 'are in progress.The 'the of this statement. crank system and substituted the

terrifying encounter with 10 years impriflonmnt and $5,000 I sheriff and has agreed to repaint i mayor issued the orders purpose I current battery service.
"The practice of receiving arrest -
19-year-old Clinton Emil With fine. The accessories can receive I .\'l bank robber Clinton Returns Sunday the car. I'I during Monday's session of City I fees from the sheriff is not He gave three primary reasons

ington. bold bandit who heW five years and $2. OO fine. I Withington started to leave I For the new deputy, Reddish Court over which he presides. In illegal.Ve do not feel it if I why the company was forced to

captive the staff of the Florid. If Withington was being tried I they Starke banktth $28.- I proposes to purchase a vehicle, 1 1sheriff's I the court, six persons forfeited unethical. \\> know we have not apply for higher rates:

Bank at Starke and made off under State law. he could recei'eI.fe I 448 In loot. stenographei I The 205 officers and men oJ which will be the property of the bonds of $25 each, for a total of shirked our duties to the city. I Plant OterfMirdenrd

with $28.448.Thomas imprisonment for armed rob- I Ruth Sibley got permission I the Starke and Camp Blandmp office. I'I $150.One Our work as peace officers has 1 > The prevnt system is over-

the son of a freed" i i to open her purse and offered I units of the National Guard return Purpose of ReddiaYs appearance of those forfeiting bond been Honorable, honest, trustworthy burdened and will no longer meet

slave lives in a modest bu bery.Except" for the excitement of a him a ropy of the N"enTestament Sunday from two weeks olj before the County Commission was was Jerome Kleinman of Brooker, and cooperative with o-j the demand for service For example -
1
I she Kept then to ask for a $3,000 hike in his who 156 new phones were installed -
charged with reckless
comfortable home in Reno. He i* bank robbery probably the first 1 strenuous maneuvers at Ft I was ther officers. |
The bandit. t.pumlng the budget to provide for the reorganization Police said Kleinman's in 1955, bringing the totalto
a religious man with crucifix in Bradford County and certainlythe i Stewart. Ga. driving. car "We would like to inform the

and religious mottoes displayed first in the 20-year history of'I offer, commented. "I probably I The" usually joyous return of To off-set the expenses, struck the rear of a vehicle dri'enby people" of Starke and Bradford 926 instruments.
need it. but I don't \\ani I he anticipated the new deputy W. I 2) The overall cost of operat-
eminently in his home. the Florida Bank the incident left I | the Starke unit will be soberedby James Palmer of Starke County that the city police force
would bring in $3,000 a year in ions has risen. For sal-
: it. while Palmer halted example.
was for the
He" came to Starke in 1914 no ill effects. the death of one of its memo I has not been unduly influenced
No' Lost I Charles E fees.The traffic light at North Temple and aries for operators during 1935;
Money
and has: woiked at the Starke I bers. 21-year-old bv any payments from the i
bank since it opened arounc1 Bank President S. L.. Peek Jr. on the night of June 1 and, with Green, who was killed a weep\ Commission agreed to hike State Road 16. sheriff. since the amounts paid !II increased $10,500 over the previous -
and the bud-
$28,448 out detection. looked over the j anticipated revenue Others forfeiting $25 bond each year.
1936. received on Tuesday a ago in a freak accident at camp ; have bl'en'Pry small.
Thonus caught the brunt of check from the Federal Insurance building before leaving. The Pie Green, a farmer wa set by the requested $3,000. were Graham Crews, reckless driv- I "We would like to advise that.1' 3) Taxes city and county. are

the bandit's foray since he laid Co.. which fully compensated the window is five paces from the struck on the neck by a wile1 ing; Jim Brown, Negro, public in- we are not dependent on arrest rising. In 1955. they weis SI.29.1;

bound and gagged" on the flooi hank for the bandit's take. The \ Starke police station which is I pitch while watching a basebal1 Seven SentencedIn toxication: Hilton Coleman, reckless .1( fees; that we will serve to the I| more than in 1954.

during two tense hours as the hank was fully insured" and lost little used at night since installation game. He died a short time late driving: A. J. Hodges. public best of our ability regardless of Said Bishop. "Last year wK '

whatsoever: in the rob- of two-way radio in the patrolcar. ;I t intoxication: William Crews,. 'I II relv broke even But. during
aimed robber and his captiveswaited no money I :'in the base hospital. despite extensive County CourtA fees: that we have never request-

for the bank's time lock efforts to revive him. public intoxication. I I ea. Il'e1.. the first three months of this
bery.The stolen itself is im- President Peek said the window 91< I I year we're running $%00 in the
tn go off money At camp have been th Glen St. Mary man was "We simply intend to fulfill our
da'.s for Thom I )t.nn.ted by the FBI and the m- I tampering was not noticed because officers! alonf I Court hole."
It took several ; men and seven found guilty in County I Old Fishing Licenses duties. in full! cooperation with I

(Continued on Page Four) I 'tirantv company will recover it (Continued! on Page }' \t') with 21 pieces of rolling equip Wednesday of driving while thi> public and law enforcement I $ ,923; I/>s.,

ment of the Starke Unit. Company diunk and using a vehicle withOut .Expired, Warns JudgeLast I II I officers in general." A bond pronpectus prepared by

Military Rites Held Dr. Jennings Reopens City Fire Department I C of the 74Sth Armored i the owner's consent. i I I the Atlanta firm of J H. Hilsmnn
year's fishing license may and Co. shows the Starke
company -
Guardsman Killed Office As Specialist Averts Big Explosion Battalion. | Judge T. A. Yawn sentencedthe not be worn a bit. but it reallyI I II Corrected Information : had no net revenue bet wernI
For to $lOf
The Blanding unit. with 10, ] I man. Floyd Alford. a [
In Railroad Car Fire i I isn't worth a plugged nickle. i iI 1942 and 1946. and lost money between
I men and seven officers is a fine or 30 days on the drunk For Driving Licenses I.
While at Encampment 1'1' L. H J'nnnhas/ reopened license That's the warning frorr I 1 1917 and 1950. The extremes -
with His driving I
I i similar company concerned driving charge.
his office: In Starke withpractue I Judge T. A. Yawn. whl'' YawnAny
Starke firemen narrowly averted ordnance support. also was revoked for a County Sought By occurred in 1947. when thp
for Ch-irles E : limited to ophtalmolojy warned the old licenses expired went $1.925 the hole!
Fnnen 11! services a dangerous explosion Wednesday i Both units were recently converted year. The judge suspended sen- I company in
irnvn 21!1 :National: Guardsman| the tieatment of diseases: of when they extinguisheda to ordnance units with I tence from day to day on th j June 30. He has new ones foi changes you'd like tr :! and in 1955 when it shrr.vi-'l ,.r

...ho died on maneuvers at Camp i| the eye. eye surgery. anj the fitting blaze in a Seaboard Railroadcar I I the duty of supporting combat i stolen vehicle charge. sale. make in the information contained ?- SS.141 profit.An .
held July 7 at th New year-round licenses cost on your driving license examination of the company -
Stewart. Gt.t'rt' of glassesDr parked: on a siding near < : commands by repairing instiLl I Ii Officers picked up Alford i I
'
the sraveside in Kvergreen: Ceme- Jennings was formerly in i Farmers' Market north of | mer.ts. small arms artillery I II Tuesday a few minutes after' Florida residents $2 each. Nonresidents Now's the time to make them i books found a 1610 los.- in

I must pay $10.50. although County Judge; T. A. Yawn will i 1954, when the firm earned $30 -
Starke.
tei general: practice here and left in 1 pieces anj vehicles. Carl Brown reported the theft !!

vrt I Cnvn: was fatally injured j 19J7 to study for specialization The fire was; in a woodworking 1 Earl Norman of the Starke of a pick-up truck. Alford wa; j I short-term non-resident receive the blank licenses from 130 while operating expenses were
located in the railroad licenses are scaled down to $1.25. 1 the State Capitol around Aug. 1. : $30.740. In 1955 it made an $11-
while : shop car. !
\\ hen stiu.k ba wild pitch The next several years he spentat unit reports the company has driingthe truck when appre-
I II An electrical short apparently seta i None of this applies to the cane To save everyone's time he fills 141 profit. when revenue amounted -
W.ill'hingba( eball game. j Wayne University. Detroit. ; been quartered in an area consisting hended. ]!
All military honors were rend-I, Mich.. Cook County Hospital inj i gasoline engine to blazing. Sea | of 15 tents an orderl Other cases during the week pole fisherman as long as he out the blanks before the licensesgo i to $54.886 and operation r'o tIU

W. E. ] board workmen were unable to put fishes in his own county. :: on sale. .7"5.
ered. Officiating were Rev. Chicago and John Gaston Hos i room a mess hall and a da included:

hail Rev Alton Dobbs. and the i pital. Memphis. Tenn out the flames. [ room equipped with a televisor Andrew T. Miko. improper 1 He would like to know right I "We simply can't operate on current -

chaplain of the" 4Sth Division. j I Later he practiced for two I When firemen arrived the blaze i set. courtesy of Shepherd Television I passing. $3. or 10 days: RobertJ. Burglars Strike Two 'away of any change./ He's found rates. and it was necessary
I had to other of the 'I many people like to make corrections to apply for an increase whetherwe
Pallbearers included National years at Twin Falls Clinic. Twin spread portions and Radio Shop of Starke Austin. improper muffler i: '

Guardsmen. color guard and honor Falls. Iowa before being called I i car. It was charring wooden First Lt. Drew Reddish chief 1 $25 or 10 days: Lucian Blocker : Burglars tlVlk money and goods of marital status occupation embark on an improvement

guard. Arrangements were under back into service with the I I mounts on which were mounted of the huge shop area where repairs no driving !license.; $7.75 costs valued at $33 in two recent break-: address and the like. I I program or not." said Bishop.

the direction of DeWltt C. Jones I Army. j 100-gallon drums of :gasoline.; j are directed and controlled and sentence suspended from : ins a half-mile apart on State 'i Consequently he's asking anyone I "Yet, I'm certainly glad we can

Funeral Home.He I After spending: two years in t Had the flames reached the gas- said the company should be'I day to day: Titus F. earner Road 100.Taken wanting the !license information office -I offer better service along with the

was the son of Mr. and Mr* I the serviooe in Korea. Dr. Jenn- I dine, an e\ploVon likely would j commended for its efficient op- !1 I improper passing. $::) or :30 I from Henry Laport's corrected to contact his rate increase."

the States and have brought injuries and extensive I Chilsolai, hnI Pine Tree Inn was about $20 in before Aug 1. I Most concerned with the rate
Ernest Green He was born Feb. ings returned to | eration. He added. "They have P days; Benjamin :

21. 1935. In Starke. A farmer he was placed in charge of the eye. damage. 1 lot to learn, but I've never seer I I I proper passing $35 or 15 days: 'I cigarettes. peanuts potato chips ;' increase will be 132 one-party
and similar items. About $13 cash I Masons To Meeti business lines and 348 two-party
was a member of the Pine Level ear. nose. and throat hospital at a company set up an ordnance I Elijah Bradshaw. using vehicle I

Baptist Church. Ft. Dix. :i. J. He was separated" Elks To Meet shop with such speed and ac- I without owner's consent, eight was missing from Carl Mezen's i I residence lines. since these are
farm. special meeting of the local j! the two largest of
Survivors besides his parentsare from the service early this summer I ) curacy. days. chicken I types users.
1 The BPO Elks will hold their I Braswell. Sheriff P. D. Reddish said the Masonic Lodge will be held Monday : The business category will b
hU wife. Mrs. Geraldine with the rank of major, and | Both units return Sunday ir The case of Robert j

Green. a son. Larry C. Green: t returned to Starke June 1. j regular meeting Monday. July 16. I( two contingents-one by convo> I Negro charged with shooting thief might have gotten $600 from I July 16, at 8 p.m. I[ raised $2. from $4.50.to $6.50 I II

s:.:>ter. Miss Bernice Green: anc" Dr Jennings U located in the ,. at 8 p. m. I to transport the rolling equip I al".otheregro during an affray' |' Mezen's if he had: struck the night I Worshipful Master Jack Mc- 'monthly.. while the res-dence t,

a brothei George D. Green. Al same office where he formerly Exalted Ruler Irvin RobbmaI i ment. and the remainder by at a Lawtey jook. will be turn<" before. Evidence indicate the same \ Comb said the meeting is for con- phone rate will be hiked $1 from |

are fro:;. Heilbronn: Springs. : practiced at 407 W Call St. I urged!!: all: members to attend. I I Greyhound bus. I over to Cirvuit Court person performed both break-ins I Ifemr.g the Master Mason Degree (,foDtinued on Page Four) {Ii i


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last Sunday.Mr. AGE TWO ...mll.\"', ..InI: 19.6
and Mrs. R. V. Turner and fami
editorialBank and :Mrs.: Harry Taylor and
Farmer's DiaryBy ly. son Middleburg visited theLacey
Lt. and Mrs. Bill Edwards and graph. By Uaran L. Cro..hy. !.._ .
Normans last week. l'.ti il th,- ; ti, iiiv ..f Juntl':" 't
1 1lre've Sam McGarvey son of Ft. Eusiis Va. are visiting Mrs. Kathleen Norman and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -- I
Clerk of the
Circuit Court
her parents. Mr. and Mrs children of Lawtey were Sunday By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Reform Makes surf(',: T(. '
*1'1'1'11
Money effe<.t m this County and the J. G.. CaldAell for a few weeks. guests of Mrs. Ruth Marr.Tn Ii _:' ;: : ," In Circuit Court Bradford C'our iy.
Dr. and )lrs. H J. Kucera and riurldai IB Ctaanr r7-
Safe Fair Weather Or FoulThe i hange it has brought aboutis I.7.l't! 'tii I I. I",':. I.t.:
remarkable. Xow you can son. Bryan spent Sunday at Jacksonville MUD: 10 tiM'i\u tiff.. X- I. r.n I.. I J j'
anywhere"around Beach. In (irruit curt, llrnilforil ('eunly. Ii Milai:' ( ._.' \
Starke Lank was robbed by a bandit. We liuve almost :\OTI-" H'I'.: Ht Fluriilai In < hanrerr.larv >tire To IppeanT. t
the; County on any of the roads Mr and Mis Owen House had K .1.n k..n. I'luiiif; t- ,.' 1..n ": I., I .- ,
know it happened but we're still scratching our ind it is seldom that you see as their weekend guests Mr and In Florida
heads in amazement.A a cow or hog on the roads. When Mrs David Groom and children )l'. .\ Spanspnl".re I'l.i niill.4nn.t \oli.-r. To AppearT. You are hereby notified
.. that
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major robbery is simply one of those "it AC first came here it was the of Tallahassee.Mr. < '.i-t' :0.". I".I'><' -* and :..I'.,.r 1'UKHPhas for \
can't happen here" affairs. Yet we can't help but usual! thing for 20 or 30 head of and :Mrs: E. C. Long spent :Nudes To .tpprarT" i-ii.. Kf.
admire the calm and cool conduct of the Lank'sofficials ows to be grazing along Highway Wednesday of last week with al l>'m Viina., .ind i:. aililit-->ptngni.re':- ;VAln High.,ifM You fin are duortt hereby.. cartiiMmH notified that. ..,,,1 a .suit.m- above named Court and cause'> ard
you are required
g<> some of those tentidterpilleis 301 and driving at night Mrs. E. J. Dowling at Kingsley tin.t. I'uu"wu..n. 1', iin-x Kama tI..1 l ..f iniiiur child of to serve a copy ,:
your answer
and employees, the quick work of law has been filed or pleading ti the
in Btu biggest pftanliee was extremely dangerous.Haven't Lake. You are nereoy nouiieu toot a against yon in theaho'e complaint on the Plaintiff At'orn ,
officials and the level-headedness of the Bradford suit for divorcehas named Court and cause and -
again this year and thi- Mrs G. E Crews and are required y
Mr and been filed against you In tna you to serve a copy of Louis T nansom. 316 Profess'nal !
County citizenry itself. time were going to try something their Lt. Comm. and ibo\e named Court and cause and your answer or pleading to the -
been over in the berry houseguests. complaint on the Plaintiff Building Jacksonville 2, FU.and : .
One statement made by Bank President S. L. else The last couple years Mrs 1... :M: Francis and children. >you are required to serve a copy of L"Ui T l.tn-ii.i ".'H I'r.Attorney.fr..i- file the original In the office of
field for several weeks now. Jour r answer or pleading to the .
Peek Jr. He said "I told before we sprayed with DDT complaint on the PlaintiffVtlirmv il Building i .I.., k- mxillf -. K! iand the Clerk of the Circuit Court ont
impressed us greatly. and we are enjoying the rest. spent the Fouith with Mr and :\1..1. s file the original in the office l hr Irr the .:rt il, t\ .f.\.f.13i6 I !
the bandit 'This money's insured and we don't and other insecticides and'n During the berry season, we Mrs. John }o'. Crews Monticello 1'.1'q.i i .!. -1ul.> FUI.h.FI..I.and .P of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Maid: ; '.her wise the illegatlun! of
tried them out. But r liefnff thf ::" la\ ..f.l Complaint will be taken a*
burning file the nI9 \
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want anyone to get hurt. ;spend almost every available Spanky McLendon accompa- fast. original In the.. office :>6: otherwi-e of confessed by you.
this week askd an old tim- ut the ot tua cinuil .oua. uor willsbeltgkenn -
we This not!< snail be pubShedi !:
Later Peek told the Telegraph, "There was no hour over there, because we''elearned nied his cousin. Kay Cogdill. home hofoe. thTilth said Complaint as
er around here what to do, and to St. Marks for a week's visit day .nf Jul\. I"'V.otherwise .. confessed by you. i each week for foe r ,r-t". .
panic by patrons because of the robbery what- that you almost have to the Thi notice hall he published live weeks In the Bradford C maty
and allegations or said
said long pole pull
he use a three week
after Kay had been a onr Para week for four conecutueneekt Telegraph.
live in a field if wanto Complaint will be
start- berry you taken as con
soe'er.ot one penny was withdrawn. We them out. We'll try that and guest of the ::\lrLen ed the day with no money, but had plenty at the see what happens. : make a crop. We've often Tins notice shall be published Kiaph. .. ..... OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A DarbyI'lerk
heaid folks around here say )fr. and Mrs E C. Long spent once each week for four 'I' .1 1 I.- .t! 11 ix t .1'n. IIc'tM of the (',r'u''t t' urt
end of the day." a a e Thursday of last week with Mi weeks' In the Bradford County consecutive Tele- 'a'! ' Mar.: in L Cr s!!> Put.'x i .... KA
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"born in
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they were a berry t :: .k .f lice f'.r r i' rt
How different it would have been 23; years Enjoyed a nice visit with Mr. patch," and it was probably and Mrs. A. E. Edwards at Salt

ago. in the days of "wild and wooly" bank operations and Mrs William Stringfellow Figuratively true. Springs -

The fearful trek to "see my money" over at the State Farm. They S e Thanks! !

could have caused a disastrous run on the bank. have a fine garden and lots of Alice keeps a good lookout To all our friends of the State

Up until 193:5!) : there was little or no regulation Rood fresh vegetables Mrs for' wild 1 grapes when we are Farm we want to extend out
Stringfellowwas busy this week sunn fie appreciation for all the
of the nation's banking system. Followingthe pickling. out riding around the country wonderful things that have beer'

boom and bust of 1929!), banks folded right she has an idea that they would done for us since our hums u.1--
left like houses of playingcards.. While they make a wonderful jelly, either
and Seems like Sam is always destroyed by fire We will be
were in no sense responsible for those terrible tattle with some en- with or without other fruit or forever grateful to ea. h im1'
having a
U 1'ries. Up north the wild
days, they were inevitably enmeshed in a sick or machine on this place. ('very one Hi and MiR M
gine grapes are used that way because -
economic system. this week with Maikham: S ,
Latest one was
they contain a lot of pec- 61S ,,t
Then came the dark day in 1933: : when the nat- the little gasoline mower which tin.: which is the stuff whuh R11

ion's depression-licking president. Franklin I). would not even grunt when Sam makes things jell. e.11f..Y..e .
r-t.:
Roosevelt closed all banks by proclamation to tried to start it. V
had to take the HIGHLAND I
nationwide panic. He finally
prevent She is jealously watching h >rpersimmon
The Republicans under Hoover had talked a- doggone thing apart piece by tree these days

bout banking reform. The Democrats underRoosevelt piece checking to see if it was This is the first fruit tree that lly :Mr*. Ijiry Norman4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

did something about it. getting: gas. checking the igni- we have got to hear since we've
the
Now there is virtually no risk in banking. tion for spark checking been here. It has seven fine pei- ? Cf s
compression to see if the valves Mi and Mis. Homer Smith .rots
it, and Alice
simmons IP
on
Money in the bank is protected by more than a wl're.orkin before finally it old daughter attended SI'I \'W"- -,'.
afraid that some 'possumor
time-lock vault and a handful of employees.Let's sneezed spluttered and at last other rascally varnut wIn Long Bramh Church last Sund.rMr. .
examine the situation regarding the into action. been sun
roared beat her to them. Smith has ptc-a. ?
Starke bank robbery last week. Had the :stolen Xow make believe he wasn't I'd advise any varmit with some and has hern 11\'n.j i I.

$28,000 not been recovered, the hank's patronswouldn't proud to be able to get that that in mind to be mighty careful the church.

have lost a cent because the bank i is insured thing going by himself! Thereis bt'I-ause whl'nlice gets Winfied Wilkinson ha, t-:

to cover robberies. This type of insuranceis a real satisfaction in being her trusty .410 shotgun loaded been called to preach thf GopfMrs !
able to fix: something. Zetie Padgett who w i-
required by bank examining authorities.In > and pointed right she is sure a .
63rd biithdav
addition, each bank employee in Starke is modem day Annie Cuklev celebrating her
Got that mower going just mversarv was the honor gee-t it

bonded for $2.000.000.: This will cover embezzlement about in time, too before the ..?..................... a family teunion last Sunday Enjomg .
and like circumstances.And. grass and weeds took over our this CK casion with bet 'A<-1

finally each bank dejiosit is insured up yard. Smut grass and wire gras Mi and Mrs Hairy Pa
to $10,000 by the Federal Dejwsit= Insurance is seeding out, and that stuff STATE FARMBy children of Maxville. Mi and! q

Corp. This is to cover bank failure. will really slow the mower Mis Vernon Starling and ,rni-! mw

Add to this the circumspect state and federal down. Want to get the gras! Janet Turner then of Heilbronn Mr. and Mi

regulations regarding investment of bank funds mowed around here because: : for Phone 133-.J; Vernon Griffis and baby. Mi and

one thing you can see where )ll"s. Floyd Norman an.1fr and
and find an air-tight protection system uuuu.uuu.luAlAu
you you're walking better, ande Mrs. Charles Mosely. all of Jai,'ksonville. -

fair weather or foul. dun'3 like to traipse around The State Fat m Woman's Club .. Mr. and Mrs Brownie

Since 1933. not a single Florida bank has fail- ana step on a snake. entertained with a "new home" Austin and thildren. Mr and Mrs High standards in rest rooms help make Phillips 66

ed. In fact, we don't recall but one bank closing, shower last Friday for Mrs RL W. C. Haidee and family. Mr Stations the favorite stopping places of increasing

and that was in West Florida when the owners All of which reminds us that ) Markham, whose home wa and Mrs. Charles Starling and thousands of motonsU.

got tired of operating, paid depositors in full, someone asked! if we'd ever seena recently destroyed by fne. The baby, and Mr. and Mrs. L. M

and went out of business. snake drinking water. The Community Club was the scene Norman and family, Mr. and MrsGene To Phillips 66 Dealers, "Hospitality on the lli hway"

People do considerable reminiscing about "the question came up when the per- of the summer shower of giftsto Norman Roy Norman Mr means more than just filling your car's gas tank or checking
said "Snakes go hunting help the Maikhams furnish and Mrs. Albert Norman and oil. with clean rest it having
And lot of die-hard conservatives son the Along rooms, means your
old a
days.
good I
water in dry weather but their new home, now under construction family. :Mr: and Mrs Lacy Norman -
ranks car brushed out, getting the windows cleaned ..and
Democratic and Republican ,
both in one drinking did on the site of the old Mrs. Dock
saw and Mr. and
moan for the era of what they call "free enterprise never you'" He then went on to say house near Heiltronn Spings. Refreshments Norman and son family of Jackson special attention to your battery, tires and radiator. It 6
means friendliness, courtesy, the desire to please you.
." that he had seen snakes way of strawberry punch ville. Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey 6

We think they're misusing the term if it out in desert country where and cookies were served to the 25 and family, and Aunt Frances Your Phillips 66 Dealer believes that in the service he

means return of fear in the community's econo- theie wasn't any water, as guests. The club presented Mrs. Norman and son. Will and others. gives, as well as in the products he sells, "It's Performancethat
business ac- proof that they do not need Maikham with an electric toastet An old-fashioned dinner was served "
mic life-blood whether savings or Counts. Drive in to his station soon.
water. We just don't know. as a memento of the occasion. and two birthday cakes cut.
counts. When we take a drink of water, Mr and Mrs R. P. :\lcLendonhad Mrs Padgett received many nice PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANYW4'EQWCF.N4QoDue7r.7
It's plain enough why no one panicked when '
snakes drinking as their' guests Tuesday
there are no
gifts AfANCE 77/AT 0011473 1
And it must not be PEJf..r
robbed.
Starke's bank was of last week
with us or if there are we through Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis

any other way.Telegraph's. high-tail it out of there in a her brother-in-law and sister Mr. announce the birth of a son in St.

hurry. and Mrs. C. R. McDonald and Luke's Hospital on July 8.Mr. PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE

77th BirthdayLast sons of Tampa.Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vansantof
AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY
Now we're getting too much and Mis. R V. Turner and Callahan visited :Miss: Maggie

week's issue of the Telegraph marked rain for a change. Oscar Carter children and Roy Turner of Lake Crews and the E. C Harveys

the paper's 77th birthday anniversary. said that farmers in his section Butler spent Sunday with Mr.

Seventy-seven years ago. Starke was a dirt are losing some pepper and and Mrs. Richard Ray and son.

town early settlers were hopefully plant eggplant and tobacco as a re- in Jacksonville., .
street

ing orange trees, the state government still wasin sult we're of getting.the almost But at daily the rain same children Mr. and were Mrs.shopping C.1.. Seigler in Gainesville and,:l Big brothers of the best seller

the hands of carpetbaggers. Lawtey pioneerswere i time he says that we still needa last Saturday They alst

ambitiously lining the streets with tiny oaks lot more rain to fill up our Visited Mrs Seiglers parents and bit modern !
in laying out the perfect city. streams and lakes. )fr. and Mrs Bryan Whitfield it I every as

There were no electric lights, no typewritersno Campville. '.
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cars, no airplanes:: no radios:: no television: n() It isn't so long ago that the )frs G P Wadsworth o ,
new No-Fence law went into I Hampton spent Monday with Mrro '. ....
telephones.The r ?
Telegraph was published with hand-set:: 't', \

type and a muscle-powered press shook the build- m 1 '':'S.:., '\

ing on printing day. Work stopped-by mutual

consent-when a dentist in the building had a ma-

jor tooth-pulling job to do.

This means the Tt'legraph-as a newspaper dl s sritt .,. # i i

dicated to community service-has heralded tin

births, loves tribulations joys and death: of ihr.'e ntw.a9.NfAa1 w wMlYaOlt

generations
As the oldest Florida weekly printed continuously -

under the same nameplate.. the Telegraph
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has appreciated the opportunity to grow with 'rM

Uradford County. Along with the citizenry th. d/ Y l .. r . .w
newspaper has bemoaned the lean years and enjoyed I .' [ I 111r'
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And the the fat Telegraph ones. is well aware the politu-iar <% 1jtwk.7: __ wrw--. I -

is i elected every two or four years by the voters. x :xr" ',,,m,,"' ,,... .. -
while the country newspaperman is elected Ct'ry ,f" .
Jt ,. .'y ,,'oY ,
week 1)hi readers.: F' i ,.. ,. ,
The Bradford ..
So. on this 77th anniversary: :::::J

County Telegraph re-dedicates itself to just ani :: ; ::. 1 Series 9000 L.C.F. Series 10000 Tandem

fair service to the citizen of Bradford County.Lawtey ) X Vtte
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Lions At WorkThe .:. .. .:.' qj

Lawtey Lions Club, less than a year afterorgani.ing $ :; 1 Chevrolet Heavy weight ChampsNew

is busily fulfilling the real purpost= p'ra j .' c ? l "L

of civic clubs infusing new ideas and initialing ,' .... ... Loadmaster V8! This big heavy-duty loadpuller extra cost in new Series 10000 models, new Triple-

new projects in the community.At i., :a J:: 'i; ..,..?...::....'.:. :.' deliwrs 195 hp. 310 ft.-lbs. of torque! It'sthe Torque Tandem hikes G.V.W.'b up to 32,000 Ibs.,
the moment the Lawtey group i is proposing : $ .: :"':..
leader in its class for compact short-stroke deG.C.W" up to 50,000 lbs.!
to finish off one end of the old market platform : -

for a meeting place. Later, if possible, the sign that: delivers most horsepower per pound! New big-truck styling! That sleek, massive

Lions propose enclosing the other end for11 "Hunningmy own home will be New Powermafic Transmission!* Six fully front-end styling reflects the POWER these newautomatic

area :suitable for 'teenage activities.: of fonvard speeds virtually eliminate manual Chevies provide, helps build business prestige!
If the project is completed, it will accomplisl new to me, but one thing I know-part your

two worthwhile purposes remove a useles: dollar we earn is going Into a savings gear: !shifting! on hills or in traffic! Revolutionary Modern features such as these spark all phases of"Retarder"

eyesore in the heart of Lawteand at the same every ci\es safer downhill hauling! less brake performance If b't trucks are part of your business,

needed for community act account. There's nothing quite like having cash I
time provide a place \\ear we'll expect to see you soon! 'Optional at extra cost

ivities.The Lions Club shows great potential in Law. in the bank when you need it!" New Triple-Torque Tandems! Optional at in Series 5000 thrvush 10000 truck models.


tey. It can become a major instrument for Champs of every weight class !
in accomplishing
the citizenry to get together ,
GOOD ADVICE NOT ONLY FOR NEWLYWEDS, BUT
worthwhile community projects.

FOR EVERYBODY. WE INVITE YOUR BANK ACCOUNT! .
;'.5 Z S.5 2."..5 2 S t 5?5 3".5'S'.5"5 2 I-.5liC5 t oo 5 Z;s-oQ this trademark
Only fianchised Chevrolet dealer a display! famous

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

EST. 1879


I :__ FLORIDA'S PUBLISHED OLOfST WEEKLY CONTINOUSLY NEWSPAPER FLORIDA BANK STARKES KAlLliT CHEVROLET CO.

(4 UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD rear
;.. Member Florida National Group
.. PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND CNTEBrO AS SECOND CLASS I
! MATTER' AT THE POST OFFICE AI STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER
1 THE ACT OF MARCH' 3. 1879 West Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone 111

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I I II II 'r Linen Shower Honors I I one-party.- $3.50-to-$4-50.: residence -

I I :[ two-party. 2.75 to >3 7."> I II I-

I i [Miss Miss Martha Maltha Landrum Landrum hose j I'[ residence S3. five-party. 52 2.-> t. I))11 i I ALVAREZ' STORE Established)Ien.s.Clothing 1S94 I I '


| The company expects to -
pu'
I marriage to Dick Siefferman

: 1 will be an event of this Saturday -i these rate increases into \'ft.,< .w1flI.-: : =--' ._,:-' :=:: :)iE_ :'_
IMISS evening, was the inspiration -: immediately upon approval <.f '/il('

Iadys Mooty ,;::, for a lovely linen showergiven .i j proval Florida by Utilities the Commission Commissinr.!.< Ap
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Phone 35 last Saturday evening by I I TV
peeted, since SPECIALFOR
I I ; Mrs Glen Conner, Mrs. LUcian the rate-sett.nj: .i
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allows
r i pency telephone "
ppsssss trsrsssssp sspsssJ rssps.pssssssstarS I Conner and Mrs. AI H. Harley ; comp.n"t -
I.Conner ., Ill. at the home at !jsix per cent annually on tluii! /"-
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Baptist Church Ceremony On June 30 Unites; r ,"< : I' Westmoreland St. j i i vestment.. A LIMITED

A pink and white color schemt i' Another Rate: Hike TIME ONLY

Mr. G. F. Miller And Miss Marian Henderson I fL was achieved in the beautiful !: In two years, upon ioiiv ':.-"Ii
Weds floral : to dial the company plans I>..K.
arrangements of King :
i asters, crepe m 'tIe and by1 to petition for another increase n

: < ;, i drangeas placed at'antagt'!I! rates. Under this proposed hike RCA VICTOR DELUXE
J' : one-party tusinefii lines will be
> ". ''''' i points in the pal ty rooms. The)
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$*v50 while two-party lesidenx'will
James I refreshment table was overlaid}'
j. .' be $4.75.Bishop 21 IN. WITH ALL 82
'. : i with a lovely lace cloth and CHANNELS
) : I 1 centered with a bride doll, which I I II said the company has
", I I been unable to ;-
was growned in the exact rep- keep up w ith

.ALIIIII1i I Im McLeod t j lica of the bride's diess. The doll:, growing demand despite efforts
I to t'nlarge.'ithin the
[ f was standing on a reflector'! past week

r : j which was surrounded by plu- 1 & fourth switchboard callingfor
j fern employment of three new
I mo&us interspersed with i' __
; operators has been installed, I
June 24 i'pmk i hydrangea floiets. Crystal
i ii 'and still the company's lines
I ; i 1! candle holders with burning pink i crowded. are ''
I i tapeis balanced the arrange-
;_ !II.' ment. i i During the month of June a'I Ii

I | Two appropriate games were i record of 10,400 long distance !
calls -- originating in Starke
I played during the evening and or
I | coming in collect placed''II U
: 'pl'izt's't'l'e won by the honoree -- were
'i |I and Mrs. L. C. Smith. 1 through the local system. <

',I l Miss Landrum received many I If the S300.000 loan i if. raised l lI

!, i lovely and useful gifts ana her I successfully, the company anticipates -

? |i'' hostesses presented her with a j converting to dial
.. -- '"satin comforter as a memento j moving the plant to Jeffersor
II I I: of the occasion. f and Thompson Sts. across frolT'I I
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I II !l Assisting the hostesses inI I the City Hall,. and vast expans-j!
I "'-- ion of tollfree lines
I serving weie Betty Ann Sim-I embracing

I Miss Hilda Conner, daughter i I i low, and Sharon Yaibrough ir i i mons and Mrs. Bainey McftaejSr. the entile coimtv.Sunejing I

I of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Connerof blue. Their dresses were identi- I Homes

I Raiford, and James R. Mc- cal, and each wore a band of Fifty guests were invited to I Bishop currently is sun-eying ;!

: 4L Leod, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.M. | tiny flowers l afid net. They car- this delightful affair. every home in the c'ountin. an, ,'

McLeod of Lake Butler, were ried baskels of pink rose petals. I effort to project his! (equipment ,

united in marriage on Sunday. I[ Elliot McLeod attended his WSCS MeetingsThe needs for the next 10 years Every : -\fJ\

June 24, at 5 o'clock in the, brother as best man. Usherswert' I home will be graded as to the
; afternoon in the First Baptist'' I I likhhood of desiring phone .vrvice '
__ ; I Gerald Conner, brother of business and program The Starke RCA Victor Allison 21 Deluxe. Deluxe
Church Raiford. Rev. Durwood' the Telephone Co. was
j tride Royce lcLrod, a cous- meeting of the First Methodist chassis brings you finest performance in oil TV.
I II officiated at the dou- started in 1901 and was acquired!
Long in
of the glOom, Shands Howard. WSCS will be held Monday afternoon Big; 261 square inches of viewable "All-Cleei"
I ble ring ceremony. : and! Mauiice Brown Jr. at 3:30 o'clock in thesanctuary by H. A. Bishop Sr. in 1919. It picture. Two-speaker Balanced Fidelity Sound."HighSide" .

): i A program of nuptial music I I Jerry Crawford served as i with the president. now includes exchanges at Law- : tuning with "Front Window" VHF

was presented by Mis. Joe Hill ; ringbearer Mrs. C. D. Williams, presiding. tey and Kingsley Lake, and thus I Channel In d ca tor.ln mahogany grained or limed

: I Williams. Miss Joyce Long, so- I Given in marriage by her I I II serves most of Bradford and part I oak groined (extra) finishes. Model 21D645.
of
I loist, sang. "Because," "0 Pro- father, the bride wore a floor Circle 4 of the WSCS met Clay County.

I. mise Me," and "The Lord's;, It'ngthown: of white Chantilly I Monday night at the home of The Hilsman Co. prospectus ;(I REGULAR 364.95

I II Prayer." lace over satin. The bodice fea-, :Mrs. C. R. Williams. The program rays "Growth of the company -

II I I Attending the bride as maid i tured a round scalloped neck- I was presented by )trs.I has been slow because of lack of
Antenna and Installation 89.50
II of honor was Miss Mavis Helms line with the bodice extended' Jack Clements using the theme. I\ capital. All of its development i -

I who was gowned m a model of I to a point over the center front I "God Loves a Cheerful Giver." I has been made through use of retained -: FOR CHANNELS i and 36

floor length orchid net over taf- i of an inserted scalloped panel. Daring the social hour a stork I II earnings. ,

A beautiful wedding ceremony was overlaid with a white cut,I feta. She carried a nosegay of I From each side extended rows I shower was given for Mrs. John II | Will St'rt'126 All For The Price $ .95

was performed at 7:30 o'clock work cloth and centeied with a pink carnations. 1 1'i of lace and tulle. The sleeves extended -I A. Torode. Mis. O. W. White Jr. I! "Upon conversion of the prop- j

Saturday evening, June 30 in I beau iful three-tier wedding Serving as bridesmaid were I' to points over the hands I assisted Mrs. Williams with refreshments : erties to automatic (dial) opera-I Of TV Set JU'4 j

the First Baptist Church when | 'ake which was topped by rose I Miss Deanna Conner, sister of, Her fingel tip veil of silk illu- 'II i tion, and extensions of its cable I

Rev. Lewis D. Haines united buds with long white narrow the bride; Misses Glenda and I sion was fastened to a half ha I I 'I plant, it is estimated that 1.426 You Get Your Antenna and Installation

Miss Marian Elizabeth Henderson satin streamers. The cake, also Gwendolyn Eloodsworth. aunts j of lace. studded with scalloped ] Four From BP\V Unit stations will be served. I FREE
ABSOLUTELY !
and George Frantz Miller in decorated with rose buds and of .the bride; and Miss Yvonne: seed peails. She carried a white' I' The report depicts stead

marriage. The bride is the unoundei by a net ruffle, was Browning, a cousin. Their dresses Bible adorned with lilies of the I Attend Miami Meeting growth of the company from I
of Lee Mack Henderson -I resting on a large reflector. Bal- were identical. except for and with two
daughter 1 valley centered 125: installations in 1940 to 92t I
and the late Mrs. Henderson -.'I ancing the centerpiece were color-pink Nile green, yellow white orchids. Her only jewelry II! Misses Della Rosenberg and in 1956. See The New I

of Jasper and the bride- three-branch silver candelabra antI blue being used respectively I was a strand of pearls. I Madge :Middleton. Mrs. J. D. If the $300.000 I

groom is the son of Mrs. Walter holding tall burning white tap- They carried nosegays to match I The bride's mother hose for Doyle, and Mrs. Nate Dyal represented expansion program RCA COLOR TELEVISIONON

Martin Miller and the late Mr. ers. At the base of the candelabra their dresses, and each bouquet her daughter's wedding a blue the local Business am' goes through, the bond''

Miller of Harrisburg, Pa. were nosegays of white car- was tied with rainbow colored ]I I chiffon dress, worn with pink I Professional Women's Club at I I''hive rompany sufficient said "the capacity company to will : DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOM

nations and white net with ribbons. Their half-hats werefashioned accessories the National Convention in serve I
As the wedding guests assem- I and a pink carnation h-I 000 without the construction of
white satir ami Beach, July 1-6. j ,
steamers of narrow like that of the bride]
museIC
bled a program of nuptial corsage. !my further ba.Vc i
was offered by Miss Joan ribbon. and maid of honor. They were I' The mother of the bridegroomchose I :Mote than 4.000; delegates at- |' plant. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

Furlong organist, and Mrs. T I The punch table containeIwhite .. trimmed with lilies of the valleyin I'' rose lace with white accessories tended the convention with It placed the current value of : .,
H he
I
Miami ; at
in the 200749.
held company The I
colors ,
cutwork cloth with to match their dresses and meetings
B. Harding Jr.. soloist who cry a white carna- .tlanta I TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
auditorium. Woi kshops company commented that
and each attendant wore pearlsiiin I tion Beach
at each end.
"Because" "The Lord's I stal punch bowls corsage.
sang ana and round tables were held, and I I::he rate increase "should be ob- Phone 239! Starke, FJa.
Prayer" The traditional wedding Around the bowls were plum. matching colors. Following the ceremony a reception I
much "aluahlinformation was I::ained without difficulty sincp
marches were used. osus fern interspersed wit' The little flower gills were was held at the homef \ OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY I
back for the local I:hey are already in use bv telephone (
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Romona brought
I Sweat, I
gowned in yel- the bride's
church white mums and in the center of I <) parents. '
the wa
The altar of I .
group. i I ] lompame.1- > :inia\; nil .
decorated with three pedestal the table was a nosegay of I The 1958: biennial conventionwill I aated ''H I -..-- : '- ', _. _,_ ___ i = ---j-.::;:

baskets white pompoms of white gladioli interspersed and i white carnations. in a bed oigreenery. WCTU Unit Observes4th I,I Bank Janitor Relates I. be: held in Seattle. Wash. -

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with greenery against a background Mrs. Morgan Darby greetedthe I \Vith LuncheonThe I Graphic Robbery Tale j Revival PostponedAfr -
the and
at
white leception
of palms. Lighted guests '
cathedral candelbra j presented them to the receiving Laura Scott Union. WC (Continued from Page One) : NEVER BEFORE
tapers in See And Tell Your Friends
Baptist
ao; who is 74: to recover from i Paik Missionary -
.ast a soft glow over the lovely line composed of Mrs. Ruby TU. staged a luncheon and program its revival originally I .
the soreness and other after ef- Church postponed
setting. \Vhie satin bows mark Johns. Mrs. Walter Miller R. E.Iundorff. in the Tabeinacle Annexon I
16, until -
fet'ts of laying so long -on the i planned for July TIlESALEOF
ed the family pews. the bride and l"Oom. the Fourth of July. in observance to
according
conciete (lootThomas I a later date I
Acting as best man for the Mrs. Caines and Marlin Bretz. of Independence Day said he arrived at j ;[Pastor Lacy Conway. I
Marlin Meek Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. and Mrs Luncheon was served at noor II
bridegroom was the bank around 7:15.: got together j I
Frank Broadway cut the bride's on a long table adorned with I
Eretz of Harrisburg Pa., andserving his cleaning material : ('.\Im OP THVNK* ALL SALES
cake and presiding at the punch candles and ferns while other
ushers were I
as
WayneJ and stalled to work. This is hi
Mundorff and Steve Broadway bowls were Miss Helen Haines. decorations consisted of cut We wish to express our deepest
story as he tells it:
of Starke. Miss Pattie Lawson Mrs. C. P. flowers. American Flags and a sees lots of cigaiet tutts or I'I'I sincoie appreciation and
Xazworth and Miss Barbara; framed copy of the Declaration 'hanks: to the many friends who
The bride chose as her only I the flo' and I sez. 'Laws me !I'
attendant, Mrs. U M. Gaines, McComb. Miss Mary Alice Cros- of Independence. I i Who made all this mess'! |J JAn' ?ave their kindness during the
by was in charge of the bride's j Following the luncheon was aj' 'j illness of S. Campanella and I YOUR CHOICE OF 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE
who wore a becoming pink lace 'I on de tabe: in de bark rites.
book. Also assisting servingwere program consisting of Scripture aU'1,\'ho attended the last I
and net over pink taffeta gown loom somebuildy's laid out '
with a bouffant waltz length Mrs W. B. Mundy. Mrs prayer. songs and leadings.!: lr'l ls tape and stuff. I starts tc' -Anna Campanella and family lOR 2-PIECE SOFA BED SUITE
W. J. Epnerson.. Mrs. Claude! It. C. Crosby led in the ,
Jkirt She wore a blue carnation thro' it away, but I figgers, I-
Crowson Mrs. R. L. Morgan I of aiis. he i
patriotic
I ing and I I
ant net headpiece and carrieda : j ought to leave it alone.
i iI I
}[rs. Ben Mizell, Mrs. Cail Sapp. I sang a solo with Mrs. Crosbyat !
Cascade arrangement of blue I I starts to sweepin' de fie ;'! Dial Conversion I II
Mrs. E. F. Miles, Mis. C. Sulli- the piano. Other special ;
i-arnations. j and I moves a do' and der'I ''I Which Also Includes REG. 194.80
van, Mis 11. C. Broadway. Mis numbers; were a leading by Mrs II I
stands a man wit a He ser ]I
The bride, who was given in gun.
R. E. Mundorff and Mrs. Floyd
Mae Wood and a solo by Mis
marriage by her uncle, R. E Crosby. E. L. Johns. j not to move.'Ain't Seen For PhonesContinued 9 2 Nice Extra Marlite Plastic
Mundorff. selected for her wedding I going to clean up I Sale Price
After spending some time Also on the program was an
a lovely gown featuring a sez to him. And he sez. 'Yo' shoain't. from Page One) Top Step Tables and
with their guests the bride and illustrated narrative of Mrs .' (
white lace bodice, effect, *
basque
left three wedding Floience Hipple's recent trip 1 Extra Nice Marlite Plastic
groom on a day
and a full white skirt over taffeta 'What yo' got in yore mough': $3.50 to $4.50.In For All 5.Pieces
I to South Florida. The to the Holy Land.
waltz length. Her fingertip trip he sez. I sez tobacco, and he its petition before the Florida Top Cocktail Table
bride chose for traveling a pink Out of town visitors were Mrs. th
I sez Spit it out' and I Den Utilities Commission.
veil of illusion was held in I spit. i,
crystalette coat dress with white I M. V. Avery, president of district I
place white he puts somethin' in my mough'and proposes the followinl
by a ruffled crown company
She carried 9 white Bible topped accessories and an orchid cor- 2: Mrs. Marie Wilson andMiss tapes it up, and he lays me rates: business one-party frorr' 95
I Janie Wood all of Penney ;
with a white orchid with sage. Farms; Mrs. Lois Diddell Mrs on the flo' and tapes up my I' $4 50 to J6.50, business two-par \ L-wJ !f1I1LI o 149
showers of white satin ribbor The bride graduated from foots and hands. ty. from $3..;' to $5.75; business |
J. Thornquest and Mrs. Gertrude !
tied with tube roses. Her only Bradford High School class of I Garland of Jacksonville: and He sez 'Want somethin' under five-party, $3.25 to $5: residence ;

ornament was a string of pearls 54, after which she joined the Mrs. E. I. Johns of Gainesville yore haid,' and I shakes my I j _
'
a gift of the groom. Marines and is now a COIpora'stationed I hald' 'no. lie sez. 'Don't look at I i
Mrs. ; me, an' he puts my hat over HEALTHI
Ruby Johns, chose for
at Quantico Va. 4 Outing Staged face.
July my i
her Your Save
wedding a powder blue; lact i I
I ,
The bridegroom graduatedfrom He back '
comes twice to turn
afternoon dress with blue accessories By Humphreys Group
IT
with which she the Harrisburg, Pa. higrschool me ove' so I won't hurt none .VXD HOW TO HIVE '
wore
: i
pink carnation corsage. class of '52 and is now t.1 I The Social Club of the High An' he asked me once if I want President Eisenhower's! heartspecialist. $44.85
water. Ir. Paul DudleyWhite
Mrs Marine I II land Plant of Humphreys Gold j
Miller, mother Sergeant in the U. S. j

bridegroom afternoon dress wore a blue of sheer the I Corps at Quantico. They will re I July Corp.picnic sponsored at Kingsley a Fourth Lake on of one He by starts one and bringin he pints in de to rest me ,, the Washington, in a recent Board address to of i I Your Choice Of Colors --- Lime, Pink, Green and Blue .

complimented I I side in Quantico while In servic t reservation and sez, 'Shut up or you'll bl'l Trade, told the members three I
with a white the Camp Elanding

Immediately, carnation following corsage.the j I: there.Among the out-of-town guests I i including where several the employees hundred people.and jist until like the him.Crosby' I weren't lady hollewec7 scairt : wajs 1. Work to pre\ent Hard. heart disea.se. I This Merchandise was delayed in shipment -- now shipments

wedding a reception was held in I|! were Mrs. Walter Miller of Har their families enjoyed barbecue and he sez, 'You don't holler 1. Ride a Bifjcle.
the
Baptist Educational build- risburg. Pa., Archie and Lee chicken dinners, ,swimming. boating any mo.' I knowed if he kilt 3. Eat Ir.... I
pedestal in}.'. which was decorated with i Henderson of Lakeland Jean and skiing throughout the anybody, he'd kill all us. I jisf This is excellent ad\ice and are over-lapping -- double shipments call for

baskets of white glad- ]! Henderson, and Lee Mack Hen- day. knowed if he took one shot he'" it is also well to see jour Chiropractor -
oil aDd pompoms interspersed derson of Jasper and Mrs. J take a lot. at regular intt'f\at..

with greeni-rv The brides table' Morgan Darby of Mandarin I Junior Woman's Club j When he starts to leave, he because rpmo\in nene pr..'..- double space or move out at Special sale price you Save

i tells the rest 'Let him (Thomas> sure along the spine will not '

r- I Holds Blanding Party loos' fust. He's been dere a long only permit the heart to work

I i time.: Den he says, 'Better giti better but will make each organ -

JEAN'S Flower FLOWERS FOR Twentv-five members of the i ( that windo' fixed. Dis ain't the ixrform effecti\ely thus USE OUR BUDGET PLAN -- FREE DELIVERYSee
Shop AU. OCCASIONS Junior Woman's Club enjoyed a I i fust time I been her improving the health in general. -

lime heon. bridge and swim partyat .
: Mr. Epps let me up, and boyi
the Offu-ers Club on Tuesdayas For all t\pe> of functional
SMALL. HEAITIFI'L ElKEKA PALMS I AND part of their summer activities I i wuz I glad.Ladies disorders see jour Chiropractor I Our Many Suites on Display And the Many We

CAnEI.AHR.FOR first. I
RENT program.
Of Christian i
i i Hostesses for the affair were j On
Cannot Put
Bridal Consultation with Complete Wedding Service Mrs Randall Chitt)', Mrs. Cur- 'Church Set MeetingCircles : BOLLINGER Display

Funeral tis Malone. Mrs. R. S Mullins I
Flowers
Arranged CHIROPRACTICCLINIC
with Personal Care
I and Miss of the
Dolores McKnight. II Ladies Councilof
I I the First Christian Church

I! Potted Plants We Wire Flowers Anywhere Recent Births I I will meet Tuesday night at 8 S Blocks North of Post OfficeIn DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANYOF

I II o'clock as follows: j Starke
MRS.
JEANNETTE KINCAID I '
Owner Designer Mr and Mrs Rodney Hall an- Circles 1 and 3ith Mrs j STARKE
; 409 Walnut nounce the birth Richard Modern Methods Lady
St. of a son. Ste- English. I
Phone
97 j 431146 W. Call St. Phone 151rAGE
'1Ik r. Phillip, on July 9 in StVincent's Circle 2. with the leader. Mrs Assistant Baths I

Hospital. 1 I Margaret Blankenship.! -- :.






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FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 BRADFORD OOl -TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA

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f"r 6 .. ( Mrs. Comer Long and daughter j irs and the girl when they were !'gun an old-fashioned type re.III"I h- '- --- -- -- -- I Ii I i

Louise of Tampa are visiting Guilty Plea Seen I leaving the apartment to bury the which "breaks" In the middle t: .- --- -' ....":ff -- .. '. -' ----- =.. - i
Col. and ilrs T. T. Long t. It had i
I been only nine hours accurately to law enforcement of,
: Little Mike White celebratedhis since Wlthjn ton had walked out I ficers.

second birthday on Wednesday In Bank i o! the bank. This Week's
Robbery I Thursday night, six out of >.>\'' -. SpecialsJuly
i morning at a family ice i Officials have not fully revealed

: ream party. I (Continued i j the leads which led to the arrest i bank employees positively .iier;
from I.Ond)
/:
Mis. Steve Weldon and family !, I but they were tipped off by un- I tified the bandit when their.. l
I
IN THE NEWS and Nancy Beidler of Keystone:the builiisns; is air ondit.oned, and 'J identified/ individuals who apparently -| dividually singled him out ,.: 13 Thru July 19

..,. ,' Heights spent Monday in Win- !' there i., no u-ason for examining I heard of the robbery in the lineup of seven men.
ter I'ark visiting Mrs. Weldon's nmdou.s reuulailyi planning stage. i
I j Thus far, the FBI has an"ied : -,:-
:Mrs Harold N-.iman has can- Sale The junior Eernies stayed l father. D. R. Shaffer.Mr. i On July Withington parked At the bank the -oandit left for all JERSEY

'cited her trip to> Pennsvlvaniinu a with the Sales duung Blinding : and :Mrs. H J. Waters i I his 1919 model car which had plenty of clues. Besides fingerprints but $204. which Wellington C'
her position a't days a Nebraska license near the there said he spent paying debt
has resumed I and children are visiting :Mrs I ; were accurate descriptions -
he Thomas Hotel in Gainesville I Paul Hutching is in Daytona Leland Waters and family itAlarhua home of 1<:. K. Perrv nan on Madison of features. clothing and The latest recovered was fivn: a GOWNS 50'
: Beach this week attending the St. and used the fame window He I sailor. ,
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Cartel t today. i' gun. also left an abundanceof Robert E. Hinds Jr. wh

honored :Mrs. Effie Johns with i 11 I i Agriculture Teachers Confer-I :Mrs. A. Y. Covington is work I for entering the bank around 2 I. cigarette butts. which FBI men i turned it over with the expian.t- Irregulars of
Friday. Out o![[ ('n'e'. i a.m. July 5. He slept on a table have used to cinch identificationby
birthday dinner ing at lade Gas Co. this monti hon Withington had loaned !un; ; SI.00 ValuesSHORTS
Mr. and :\IrsEd'nrd Mr. and Mrs. -Annie Morrison tntll 0 a.m., which he describedas matching saliva samples.So .
town guests were while Mis. Edward Burns is o. $70.
Gross, and Mrs. Alfrec J I of Crawfordsville and Mr. and I vacation. "my" regular time for awakenin i complete was the description
and Mr.. I I Mrs. Vernon Walker of Macclenny ?.
given bank
Jacksonville by
Smith of :Monti- I employees. that of-
I Freddie Thomson of
Carter of Lawter,, have been recent visitors of Prepared fiags ficials Recent Birth;
and Mrs Carl I cello is visiting his grandparents planned to bring in an art-
Malone. I Using adhesive and doth
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis tape ist to
Reeeof create the
Mr. and Mrs. Guy 11. :Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. bandit's image.
he carefully prepared to bind and Mr: :Mrs. .
and J.V.
AmliewIII
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S. C. were busi Mary Ann and Xancy Dalley I Assistant Cashier Epps had told
Charleston week and visit- are in Fort Lauderdale visiting Seaman Jimmy Weldon will gag bank employees as they reported the FBI he was virtually certain announce the birth of a 92C.tsst
ness visitors this return to his ship, the USS Con- to work. t Fabrics
I their auntIrs.. J. T. Smith, un- I I the bandit wore standard Navy daughter. Lynn I lchaJlIe-, on
friends.
ed way in Norfolk. Va. today after First to encounter the bandit
til the first of August. I socks. And Peek described his July ,' St. And
) in Vincent's Style
local
Jr., superintendent Hospital
John H. Deas 14 days leave with his family. was Negro janitor Dan Thomas. i
and i j
Wadsworth
NationalLife Mrs. Louis
for Liberty I Mr and Mrs. Jake Whasent who was bound and gagged on
awarded daughters. Gayle and Charlotte.
Insurance Co.. was and children of Salisburg, N. C. the floor after he entered around'
a plaque at a district meeting of Live Oak !'pentIonda}' with were recent visitors of Mr. and'7:15: a.m. Around 8, others ieported | f Quiet smoothie! We Carry A
of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
on July 6 in recognition Iatthews'l Mrs. Rudolph Sink. I for work. Cashier C. E. Hern- {I Line
Complete
of a course in They were
his completion :Mrs. X. M. Smith and children wall was next. and he was bound ,
and leadership princi- Starke by Mary Agnes Matthews hand and foot in chair, c i OF SNORTS37C
training who spent four days with spent last week at Opalockawith a as wan' -rf *=* *

ples. her parents, Mr and Mrs. ferretry Ruth Sibley when she -
and : Wadsworths.Gayle
the
Mrs Johnny and Burnette Mr. and Smith of Fort Lauder- Jerry Bolden. I entered. Peek arrived, and quickly DICK POPE'S
daughter. Cathy j : was taped tightly in a chair.
weeks Smith the guest of I t
Reese of Charles dale spent the past two Barry is I
Mrs. Hadley I Some of the employees ex-
of Mrs.J with Mrs. Mary Dalley and Mr. and :Mrs H. T. Smith at FAMOUS
\
C were guests
ton S. (hanged greetings with PohceChief
A. LeClerc at Kingley LakeMonday. : daushters. 1! Lyons Ga. this weeJt. W. E. Thornton and Policeman
,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and J'aral.t't.t SMfial.| thise -W. I Cypress Garden CHILDREN'SPOLOS
] Truman Norman, who stood c
Dr William Homer Turner,,.I family of Belvedere S. C. spent Friday and Saturday only 1'aru- !I across the street from the bank i
;
hairman of the Board U. S.. Saturday to Tuesday with Mr kwt and cage regularalue $,).- ',before entering the tightly shut-
Foundation oiNew and Mrs. I. E. Clark. 98 for $1.75 at SKtrunkS. 23
Education ,
Steel 1 tered door and facing the gun
York and Pittsburg will j Mrs. A. F. Sauls is visiting! Mr. and Mrs. Don Championand fc ,. 4 Crliiwi. WATERSKIIS E

spend three days! with his cousins Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberlyin children spent last week at I II man.Withington bound Assistant U Firing Lit.Dumd.rboll Allvnot : .
Leclerc. Bartow from Friday to Mon Ingin_fwv.W, Sizes :2 to 12
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. I their cottage on Hall Lake. They I Cashier Billy Epps, but he released Neutral end I

He and the Leclerc's will attend day.Mr. had as weekend guests, Mr. and I :Miss Sibley when she complained j 1"4. \ I

the Dowling family reunion in and Mrs. Ralph Boyland Mrs. Al Hartmann and Sunday the bonds were too tight. jNone j It's today's most .

S CMrs. have moved from the Hart- I guests, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hart- i of the other women :Mirv> powerful production CHILDREN'SPANTIES

Carrie Ward returned mann Apartments to the Sauls' mann and daughter, Katie of Helen Crosby, Miss Joanna Lee. I outboard,the Mercury JJ c

Monday after spending a month cottage at 612 Lake St. Mr. Boy- ''Jacksonville.t I :Mrs. Helen Glasgow and Mrs. '. Mark 55! Super- .. SAFE

with friends and relatives inCartt'rsville land is an instructor at Cecil | Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ritter of Sara Gray were bound. 'i J smooth power flow,.- DEPENDABLE 2 I

Ga. Field. Columbia S. C. spent last Friday I Although all the men were fettered -! complete engine i. ECONOMICAL
I( silencing,
will Mrs. Rudolph Sink received a Mrs. L. S. Hut- j
Pfc Tommie E. Frith return ,and Saturday with janitor Thomas was the only | new Dyna-Float I .
today to Marines Corps badly sprained': foot Wednesday to and family. Mrs. Hutto accompanied -/one of these sagged.. President > Suspension for Stop In Our Show I Lace Trimmed

School at Quantico, Va. after I morning when she slipped on the: the Ritters back to Col- Peek said the bandit appeared to :, super quiet opera. I I Rayon

spending': a leave here with his floor at home. She will have to umbia for a week's visit. : abandon his earlier strict intent lion If..ilhoUllo s ''Room Today and
Mr. I remain off of her feet for several Cleveland, I of performance. 'brl.ndolrr I
brother-in-law and sister, Mrs. John Ricardi of i, _: nnre determining the_ employees __- fetor
I uun on u With Full 1x91tfcrovgfcovt See Our
and Mrs. W. L. Thigpen Jr. I days. ''Ohio is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe i would cooperate. Jeweled LargeSelection
I Power! I ..--
Mr and Mrs. R. M. McRae Mrs. Vergie Flynn drove he Cumber this week. 1'ir..tnll Lust Holdup _- -- I'hone
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I I II II
and family, and Mr. and Mrs. T. I niece, Donna Dee Faxon, to th''I| Mrs. V. O. Bridges has returned I Peek a bank employee for 191 3.1liO

K Lewis and family spent the summer Bible Study Camp at home after three weeks wit years and president for over a ,

weekend at Sandy Point Fislj I the Florida Christian College at'I Relatives in Chattanooga, Tenn. I J' Sun

ramp on the Suwannee River. Tampa on )Ionda '. I Mrs. E. S. Beebe returned to j SportsAT

Friends of Mrs. C. H. Nas- Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark her home last week from Doctors! i want anyone to get hurt: With- ,i

worthy will regret to learn I and children have moved to I' Hospital where she was confinedfor I ington commented, "Well. I don't I

that she has returned to the their cottage on Kingsley Lake the past month with a hip in- want to hurt anybody. I'm from '! : V I P I I

Bradford County Hospital for John Arthur Reddish spent ,i This first
Jury I a good family. is my Call fit.
further observation and treatment the first of the week with Mrs I Mrs. Virginia Marrero and son, .j i and last holdup." STARKE TIRE SALES

Mamie Edwards and Mrs. Drew Frank. of Atlanta were last Fri-I; The gunman was not disguised ,

Pvt. Byron ewcomb, stationed Reddish in Jacksonville.Mr. !|day guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. ': in any way except for adhesive I PHONE 189 STARKE. FLA.

in Korea, telephoned his parents -' and Mrs. Pete Reyes ana Beebe and family.Dr. tape on his left forearm, which = J- '_ ..oWf 'J! __ : _' :''__. __t_ c __-_ -
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. children of Jacksonvville spent I and Mrs. Shaar and hid- concealed a tattoo of a snake' -
mb. last Thursday from e\\-I' Wednesday with Mr. and MrsJ. of Jacksonville were Sunday --=-=-- -- -
ren [ head. Peek described him as ::: -- ..
hama, Japan where he is S. Sapp and family. guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch "very t-ouiteous" and calm bug -- -- --- -

'rest and recreation" leave. I Mrs Lex Green and son. at Kingsley Lake. he began to get nervous during the :

Mr and Mrs James Lewis 1 Michael, will return Sunda\ Hugh L. Brownlee of New Orleans I long wait until 9:10: a.m. when the I HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY %WISHES TO
and hildren the first from where :Michael underwent
Tampa
c spent mother Mrs.
ofI I ij visiting his ) bank time-lock made it possible
the week vacationing at Day- an operation last Fii- this week. I
I I. L. Brownlee to open the bank vault.
tona Beach. day.Mrs Mrs. H. C. Bollinger and daughters -j Once during the wait. a salesman -
Mr and Mrs A. J Bernie Jr Proctor Snow and Mrs j I returned home Sunday after ) pounded on the bank's front THANK

Torah Gene Rushm of Dublin. Ga !I.six weeks visit with relatives in !i door and Withington lemaikec1.. YOUFor
I
were overnight guests Sunday ot'l!
Gainesville and Delphos, Ohio. ,! nervously "If he doesn't stop I
Fourth of Mr and Mrs. Guy Mr and Mrs I.. D Vinin her "
Mrs. Bollinger brought mother somebody; going: to get killed. I II

. I Mrs. J. O. Winters, back
Left Fingerprints i
._ . ;. {!' 1/ I /: The Wonderful
with her for an indefinite visit. The bandit wore gloves only : Reception You Gave Us On Our Grand Opening

Mrs Eustis McKnight and I briefly and he left an abundance

THEATRESTARKE daughter. Dolores, and son. David oi fingerprints on window sills Last and

spent from June 29 to July 4 and Venetian blinds where he Friday Saturday .

in Manning. S. C., visiting relat- peered out of the building.

'ives I He held the gun in his hand CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS AT OUR DRAWINGFirst
Dedicated To Community Service Mr and Mrs W. B. Thompson most of the time, although he |

")10"' ''* Are Better Than E\er" and children returned home I sometimes put it in his waisband.He '

Thursday from a three weeks vacation held it in his teeth when he
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad visiting relatives in Kan- i I unbound I'eek to open the vault' Prize Winner Second Prize Winner

eut'ad out and pnpent it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS sas City, "10., Pittsburg, Kas., door. Third Prize Winner

and Tulsa, Okla. "It's possible I may have sir : WILLIE AUSTIN MRS. SARAH WILSON
SAT JULY 14 ONLY Tues. Wed, Julv 17. IS JAMES E.
NORMAN
and I
Glen Champion daughter. LaKe
I prised him and grabbed the gun Butler, Starke
Hid: DOUHLE FEATURE Sandra, and son Steve. of Pitts- said Peek, "but we all feared he ,

burg, Kas. are spending two would have an armed friend near lie received a New Dixie Gas; Who received 21-Piece{' Set of Who(10 a :32-Piece Set of Wm.Rogers I

Ma RICHARD weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Leo I by. It didn't seem worth the I Range Valued at $179.93) Waterless Cookware Valued at _

I Champion.Mr. I chance." $79.50 ; SitterValued I I at $69..)0
WIDMARK and Mrs. E. L. Strong of When the time-lock went off, It"
lwr t rt ,
Sarasota were weekend guests of I the bandit untied Peek and Hern-
HSKE ttv shall
dos I I I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. I wall to open the vault. He packed WE CONTINUE OUR

P Mrs. Junius Smith is in Sunth- the money' in two pasteboard'I OUTSTANDING SPECIALS IN THESE

pLw em Pines, :.. C., this week visit- 'boxes he found in the bank and' )

ing her son-in-law and daughter, taped them closed. '

S Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Myers. Peek said he got practically all II \'""" ","';,.""""":,,,,,,,\,*""" ''''' ': ; KELVINATOR D of the year
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Mr. Bob Drake and children of of the cash available. '" "
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Keystone Heights were luncheon Gunfire : "" I
Expected) f
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I of Mrs. Albert Lee move" : ; 11
I guests Crosby Warning everyone "not to !
I! ,Jr During the afternoon :Mra for 10 minutes the bandit took "' ,,>;" .: ,"" ,,'.,.. f- SAVE $130 00
: 1: '
[Crosby and children and Mrs. 'one last glance around the bank ",
to the wxiOei" of / \ ,Iji
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4 TRACK HIGH.fiDElITY STEREOPHONIC> SOUND Drake and children went swimm- I and left by the back door. Peek ,"'LL '. ... ;:.......au"ww,,,,,. '" 1
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_HUGH MARlOW! C \fRONMiTCHtLI ing at Keystone.Carr said that he had hoped outsider ''' ''''." ;: TIllS
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JHARUSBRACKfn-MWir! : HAlHAWArfRAwTftNIDHAND I Colley and daughter, Jackie would detect trouble and he "act-I; "" "" .,,,
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I I and Melissa Stallings spent ually expected to hear gunfire ..,,....,,.,, "" ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, """ ?' t. --- 525 Lb Capacity
: I Tuesday to Friday visiting :Miss: around the corner." v

20" rturyrwres+ is ONe A a I Irk a Barbara Colley, a nurse at Char- No one saw which path of escape -I ,' :. : c:. KELVINATORFOOD *-

I ity Hospital, in New Orleans, La. was taken by the bandit. and I '' '",.," ,
fC ,
S. R. Johns who is employed in Peek sounded the alarm in about p s';:

V Ala., home for and Hern-1" "' -
I Montgomery was three minutes. Peek -
Iii tutc PAUL DOUGlAS'L .JOHN DEREK the Fourth of July with his fam i wal had been left untied after I! FREEZER

I ily. the vault. i a'e
.aDEIUXE opening
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1 JODY LAWRANCE'CESAR ROMERO j
Pod.a by JEFFREY HUNTER | Mr. and :Mrs.: L. R. Tenly of Meanwhile, Withington left I If I
I yyyrt REGULAR
Ernest Tmex RIChard union: Gainesville! were visiting Mr. and town shucked his civilian clothes j r $449-95

l'lu> "Uaffling Hunni...." Cartoon I .>IJqf ire .r....tf h Mi.M" UK'( Mrs. E. D. Tenly on Sunday. and donned a Navy uniform or'' '.. '
and Chapter No. 10 Tantheri r.n+ehtn.Ctf.5 loot...sI <_.," : Judy Gatta spent the past two the road, and reported for work i I ",' you PAY
IIC".III"'''WOro"'-tl ,
Girl"; I'" weeks with her grandmother:: : I as usual at Cecil Field. \ .' I'I'i& ; $319 1 95
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!YlSQ! Thomas J. Workman, Sr in Tam- Late Thursday afternoon, he and : '' "":>\ ,,
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Sun., Mon. July 15 16 .
Frederickson went to Frederick-
I'I'son's :ts ,
f I l'lu. "Hillbilling and Cooing" Car. pa.Mr.. and Mrs. Ernest Smith and apartment in Jacksonvilleand Small Down Payment As Low S3
Hi FUST BifRifkeot tot tkriHicfRitui : I''toon. family of Orangeburg S. C. were discussed disposal of the : ; as 73 Per Week
pctun fitari ta tin
N* dntlLf tin icrtia! overnight guests last Friday of money. They gave $120 to Miss I f ; I
Thur., Fri. July 19. 20 Mrs. L. S. Hutton and family.Mr. Reid and divided the remainder into : ili ;

"''I/ ;/1'': and Mrs. Brad Locke spent two batches $23,000 to be I SAVES70.
pocoxoooooooooccoooooooJOOOOQOCKTi the Fourth holiday with Mr. and I stashed away by burying and !

"**' \ 8r Mrs. Charlie Parker at Daytona about S5.000 which Frederickson I II
I
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8 Beach. planned to take with him to Keys; S' I,

w IrsEVERYTHING 0 Mr. and Mrs. P. 3!. Barefoot I I We :. !: .

r! I spent the w eekend visiting relatives -I I'III :Made Arrests +- ON THIS -

YOU VEHEARD: //3 I I in Tampa, St. Petersburg and ,; FBI agents picked up both sail- : '
II I; !I I Clearwater. !I II .-Idel .j.-FKZ.15 I \ \
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I : OOOOOOQCC":1J i Mr. and Mrr.. Robert Barksdale .

I.: ..J\\; 'i anti children and Mr. and :Mrs.J. FOR DEPENDABLE Completely AutomaticVasher\

HERBERT J.tAns W. Home cf Hampton visited I
BD Termite ControlGrote
"tMftllillA :the Jacksonville Zoo on Sunday.

6A nAMWf'BARMY lUUI''' I IDI Marvin Christian of South REGULAR $249-95 You Pay

Charleston, W. Va. was the weekend Spraying I ad:119.95:
SCOTT t BRA Y'NijY MURPIIIInJlhe IS A GOLD MiNE OF g : :
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Household & Commercial ; With
'I ENTERTAIfjMENTI 4 I IS Bias. j I

DAN DAIlEY, cm CHARiSE g' I :Mrs.: C. O. DuPuis of Alachua I Call FR. 6-6035 No Doun Payment with Trade-In .\* Low as S2.25 Per Week I

MavericKQueen o .....wen'TU, 0 and :Mrs.: Harry Basset and child- ____ __ ___
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8 JUon OUMU rui c. i inuwux eeeL 0' I'ren of Miami were visiting [rs.i i j Florida Pest Control
NATURAMA g HT S re suuuu 8 Ada Alexander and daughter, Wil- I .'
t REPUBLIC "iOO'tMO.M -4COION..p: & Chemical Coot
TftUCOtOff PICTURES CORPORATION 8 CINEMASCOPETHEATRE 8'o i ma, on Thursday of last week. 'j HARRY C ELROD FURNITURE CO

by Consohclltd fdm IndllStriel.1tIJ ': Mrs. George Cottman of Ocala, : X. 1{'. 16th ..he.GaiAes'ille ,
I
WAl: !fOlD o ,
'IIQTIJJII rmt D DAYIS 8 and son, Carl Andrews of Bartow I IPt'5t ,
_[ .k1Z1,I ttlRl S11DE.CDiC ItiMIS O CXWCXXXXXOCCCOOWOCOOCQ : and Mra C. C. Chastain of Hamp-j Florida LOWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMSFormerly Your Credit Is Good "
Control .
+ Plus "High and llifthty" Cartoonl'lus "Loi-o Lubo" Cartoon J ton were Tuesday and Wednesday II : 218 Temple Ave. ( Driggers) Phone ..'.- 'e. to

[.visitors last week of Mr. and :Mrs.: J 43 \'
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORID nan \y, Ji.I.y 13. 19.)1

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-- ,....................... Bales and daughters and :\11'5I I and firmly: and Mr. and :Mrs: f inal el.hare's: and that lIe:1.: hall be in \tng, anh..,;ii -ta't hall I.c \ ..,.1

ipply: t.. the ll'-noraMe TNr'.n A he \\\\\t\ ,.f rMilt-"., e .rd i 1"-1 i-i i t'r.!, .. ., :M .- '.. "
L. H. Hill Bobby Bennett and son of Daytona ; -
were Sunday guests sof '
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lawn County Judge i Or radfi.nl I.\-- :h. I ., ., .1',1 .\- ail.. ,n.-M r ,
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy LAWTEYISy \ the Pearce Jones family i in were weekend guests of,1, l'I'Uiitv, Florida, oil th.- 1'7'h day hall: I 1.,- .u "r't.. ,1\. ., '..'T.t; ..! i.\; V. K.1,. t :
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Mr. and :Mrs.: Buster Bennett it jury ISifi. fur ai>pri>wl of >..nwmd .* .t/:' n'. Ii i'i, :. '. ,1.1 i .u v 1 ,
Fernandina.The I -: i iVK <:
for final disrurst ;I- Adninstrator '-,11! ...." d.r.1',d! : t. ., .! ;
James Waters family and and Mrs Hattie Darley. j jMr i ,.r the r-utt .,t i'n: ,. .. I I Iilvarea

:Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 Mrs. Joyce T. lldh tVl.Ttives from Maxville and :: and Mrs. Johnson attended Ca nova, 3th day of June, lljt I I
'......................a' Jack.oonyil1enjoye a fish fry: Sunday School at the First t F. A. CAXOVA.
I Church last Sunday | Admin: t. r i f the .' i*. \ : CONTRACT ron
at Palatka on the St. Johns' Baptist .
i" !I. .\ i."Vx, left Tuesday; : EUUI \\.p.: t ".," "i, il.
liver on the Fourth. They were enroute from their !; rta.-t d.
."i'1 the I" S. 1
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Navy Mr and Mrs. Preston Green' home in Philadelphia to points' c :2 n : '
". i. ..k'neir nine weekItalning ;;! : ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGIJfSIXKSS
Eict had as guests last week Mr. and' of interest in South Florida
at Grfcat
They had not missed Sunday : MIIII iin: < minus
Mrs. W. H. Bennett and family i
I IK i 'I n.r yare Donald Euoi I liii I'rohulr Sr.rr+. IIt.a1 I AM J) UKSIDKNTIAL: :
of Warner Robbins, Ga Mr. School in 11 years. .. 1If' 1'..nrl in Ibr I ......I' Jiulcr.Hru .
1"son of Mr. and
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Barbara and Mrs B. II Thomas of Ana i Friends of Henry Hill will he1 >ll ril lminl" I L.rMii.In
Ma M I i F Cuter, and Arthur I'rolmlr CI:1'.itltRFJIt111ELiNtJAI.O1'SlE: :; :: ; rom IIKSFRKE
helm Calif.. Mrs. Sally Thoma : sorry to hear of his death ,i I '..'. .1 I I ".
L :-i ilso 17, son of MrUK .
of Wildwood Mrs. Sarah Thomas i which occured in a Jacksonville ,1
,
Ann \I XV H. Green. Good .. 'II. inlllnr nod rrix.n* HutIIIK : KSTIMATKS: :
,'. of :Morgan: City La., Mr. and Hospital last Friday. The Hill> I loins| ..r lirmaurfH Vmiliislnlil -
!II--K h< I .
Mrs. Edison Green of : lived on the Terry I :tlalr:
formerly
Weichel Mi ,iml} Mis. Carl ILHiard \ladi-1 t.u .tl.d,, I i a.h\ -i\ ,".i .1 i >" .
son. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall Road. ,
,
I.iilllll.l .Hill "- 1'.1.1' t.t" .n
nad i.s vilest during the weelJ8 .. W. L. TH1GPEN JR.
11111' and il inaliili hi ti
and family of Starke and :Miss: Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke ,.1 \\ iHi.
Rosier ,
Mrs. I.I .
: imi Bernard" i "r't. in.iv h.n. "y. i '
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Weds T and daughters of Ft. Pierce Mige Green of Jacksonville.Mr. was the Sunday guest of her 'lal- ..f tuy MI Ii.. ..... ., ill i I Iil
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and :Mrs.: J. <- nf '.ml '',.IItt 1. tn Ih'! '. 'I .
art Mi ,mil Mrs Marshall Mott and : L. Bradleyand mother, Mrs. Mary Reddish. ,..!".- ..; 1.1,1' < '''o',u I". ,,.I| Phone 207-J Starke Fla

Marvin : son of Gainesville, the Vanice I family of Starke were Sun Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson and I I ln- fitfn i111 HI..in I.u, :
.. day afternoon guests of Mr. and ml fniinly al Stark. 1 I':. t 1.. Itoue2Iu2131)! ;
I children attended the Mott ,
.
e K't'ne family of Glen St. Mary illiin oI.d| ,> < .iNrifl.ii n,"n'6, If'. :".,
Thomas i the Jai,'on Hilliard family, and Sirs J. E. Warren.Mr. Family Reunion at Lake Hutch-! I!e lime ..r Mi.- (11-1 I".IJ" .,' ,,. n ..,
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:: and Mrs. Hermie Kelly ington on the Fourth.Mr us until -. K.II: h .latin "i ,j. n .1' d!
i a I the R C. Keene family of Jack i
and David are enjoying a vacation -
Hearst .. sonville. : and Mrs. Johnny Craw- -

": ('1'y: <' Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as I trip to Washington D. C. ford of Macclenny visited the I
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and other points of interest.
Sunday afternoon visitors her; Guy Futch family on XX'ednes :

In iyt'1.1 son and daughter-in-law:: :Mis.: Charley Mosley! received day. Miss Leta Futch went '! I IS' MOTOR TR A". l PORTHowGMG

.. and Mrs. Everett Burney, and !. many beautiful giftsfor her I home with them for a visit.

Keystone .,, .t.' .I!; her great grandson, David Lee. i I infant son at a shower given by; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells I
I Mrs. Truman Norman and Mrs
;
10'-- :; I son of :Mrs.: Blanche Lee of:, and daughters of Eustis were]1
Church { : i Joyce Futch at the home of :Mrs Effie'' I I1.1AOS
'.; I Jacksonville.Mrs. 1 weekend guests of :Mrs.:
t Call Prevatt on Friday evening :: Tut: SrAr I
.- '; i I W. E. Griffis spent each I I About 25 guests enjoyed this Miner Mary Ann and Nina re-II 1rcariry

Ceremony -. day from Thursday until Sunday mained for a visit with their
:
'". ,"""It } i party.
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.. I with :Mr.: amt Mrs. LePrevatt grandmother.Mr. .

,-3h- :"_" as the State }o'arm.lrs.:: I Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green : ., and Mrs. Joe Lane and I| JI blued ..al.lf
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k. ..-IJ 1r Prevatt has been quite ill but I and son, and Mr. and :Mrs.: Edison children, Karen and Edward I I -'-,

1'. >(: is much better now. I\ Green of :Madison: are spending are visiting Mrs. Lane's mother II i

:r/,' ; '. ; 1" t The Edwin Stalling family: ; a few days at Jacksonville
.. Mrs.. Selma Eunice. Wefre
\' XX'ednesday for Miami where I Beach. I glad to see that Karen who is i I

,. ... ,. .. ..-...." ; E.: Mr. Starling and son will be I Mrs.Villie Dobbs returned I just getting over a severe case I x '

:rr e". .s "..... ., r.-: ..: '4."::..;:,"""I' _- '. woiking for the next few Friday from Savannah, Gi.: of polio, is able to get around' t

I where she had visited an aunt. t I, e
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months. crutches. j ji .,
I on ti ,
On Saturday afternoon. June : ..
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pievatt Mrs. J. I Heath.
Bobbin Club. This is a wonderful pro I i Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston
23, Miss Barbara Ann ( >)>
of Ocala Saturday I Miss Esther Ruth Bennett of
were
and
Weichel of11':: am! II gram and the Red Cross instructors family and Donald spent last weekendin
daughter
know their business dinner guests of :Mr.: and Miami is spending the summer I
:Mrs.: E. C. Weichel Jr., and Marvin really Orol1Q'1 Mrs. Teston'smother
Da to take advantage of this Mrs. Carl Prevatt. ; with her brother-in-law and sister -
Thomas Hearst of Commander sure Mrs. Melton.
son
whether child or : Mrs. H. C. Hailey and :Mrs: i j Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell I s -
opportunity ynL
,
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and Mrs. Rae Hearst, The C. B. Hiatts spent several
adult. I Theophilus Reddish visited their Brown.
in beautiful ceremony days of last week at ,
were married a I Kingslev'Lake 1
father Buddy Starling, at the Joe Shuford of St. Augustine
at the Community Church Climax of the program will with the Louie Lee XX'ainwrights. ,
I home of Mr. and :Mrs.: Ralph i visited his mother. Mrs. John
be the awarding of badges and .
Heights. |
in Keystone Higginbotham in Baldwin on : Shuford and Dave last weekend.
Eobbe Bastedo the I certificates following the p.o-I
Soloist
sang Mrs.
GtennVilriamson
Mr. Stalling is still on and II |
W. Durham
Sunday. I Mrs. G. brought
wedding favorite, "Because." before tary Fish Fry at the beach next son, Robby were Sunday dinner'
the sick list. who had
the ceremony.The Friday evening, July 20. Pro : Terry Futch spent I guests of the Troy Bennetts.Mr. .
will Mrs. Erlie Padgett and children I several days with her home on
bridesmaids :Mrs.: Ed. ceeds from the fish fry help and Mrs. :Morris: Rushing: I II'
visited her grandfather in Monday was the dinner
O'Donoghue.lrs.:: Don Morgan, finance the program. I and and Mr. and :Mrs.: :Morris: Rush- !
Butler on Sunday.Mr. guest of Miss Elizabeth Terry.
Lake
and Miss Ann Kite dressed in Mrs Floyd Lester of Iorl is-I I' ing Jr. of Jacksonville were
and Mrs. Fred Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Pearson I \\ gives
mint-green gowns, made of 01'-1 town, Tenn. has been visiting I Sunday visitors at the Arlie ycu
J. H. Moore had as guests during of Lresburg were Friday night i
and taffeta and wearing .
gandy I her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Dobbs home. i
the week, Mr. andlrs.. guests of Mrs. Pearson's par I
matching hats were the first of and Mrs. R. L. Hackman for two f
i Bruce Boyer and Mrs. C. Y. ents.Ir.:: and Mrs. Marion I Mr. and Mrs.Voodrow Clen- la

the wedding party to come down I i weeks. Mrs. Hackman's uncle and Mayo of Tampa. :Mr.: and Mrs Crews. They were enroute to denning and family of Plant bonus of 3 gallons
the aisle. They carried sprays of r aunt Mr. and :Mrs.: A. E. Cole, of visited I II i? ; to
white asters, and their shoes and I Louellen, Ky., and her cousin. I David :Moore and Mrs.'ill Ed- Michigan where Mr. Pearson will City Brown Mr. and :Mrs.: John p ;

wants of Jacksonville, and ){rs.Drew be employed. recently.
and gloves were white. : Jody Fawbush of Moiristown.Tenn. j' I
honor Mrs Reddish and son of Starke :Mr.: and Mrs. Irwin Shaw of I Donald Thomas went to Ft.
The matron of and will
arrived recently
E. Howe sister of the I :Miss: Rt"neeIoore:: went home Orlando were weekend guests o* Pierce with :Mrs.: :Maude: Roden tankful (
Courtney spend a few days before returning in (
bride, was also dressed in a mint- to Tennessee. Mrs. Lester will : with Mr. and Mrs. Boyer for a I the Winton Parrish family. I on Sunday. While there he will every

green gown, with a matching hat. I return home with them. visit. :Mrs.: Effie Boatright and family I visit Ronnie and Donnie :Mc-:

Her shoes and gloves were of yellow I'I :Mrs.: Truman Norman and I spent the weekend in De-:, Swain.

kid and she carried a spray Mr. and Mrs. Frank West-ir- I sons; Bobby and Reggie, and land with :Mrs.: Delia Friedell. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead
I velt of Butler, X. J. recently spent !
asters. Call Prevatt visited Florida I The Hubert Priests are spending and daughters, with Mr. and
of yellow several with their soninlawand I II
in !, days Reptile Land at Highland on two weeks at a cottage on :\Irs.: C. W. Buff and :Mr.: and i
The bride, who was given Mr. and Mrs. H. L.I I '
father wore a I I daughter Sunday. Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Royal Hawkins of Jack- I Autaboutlow-costGMCowner5hipl! 180 hp Y8 engine -to the rnone'sn DIr

marriage Rolanda Original by her gown, ,made en! :Morgan: Jr. Also:Mrs.: visiting Morgan's the sister:\101'-1 I :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Henry Cassels I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise have I sonvilleenjoyed an outing at 1 With Its new hith-ratio crulsingaxle, advantages of Hrdra- Iatic Drive*-and

gans were I I and family of Lockloosa and I I had as recent guests' Mr. and the Whitehead place on Lake
tirely of pure white imported and her husband. Mr and :Mrs.: I a Blue Chip CMC pickup now gives you this fact is clear
Mr. and :Mrs.: Ray Rosier and \{rs. Clayton Donaldson and Santa Fe last week.
Chantilly lace over white taffeta R. E. Essing, also of Butler, N. J., I I to 17.8% better mi1e hat's 3
Bat family were Saturday dinner family Mr. and Mrs.V.. J I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hildreth up gas le.! The operation and maintenance
with high scalloped I
styled a short sleeves and their two children Buddy, guests of the Guy Futin family. Wise( Mr.. and Mrs W. F. Wise' and son of San Antonio gallons': worth of bonus miles in every
eau neckline, and When the Westervelts savings of Blue Chip features can
and Patty. Mr. and Mrs Luther Hilliard and family of Georgia, Mr. and Texas are visiting )lrs. Leona filling!

embroidered in iridescent sequins' and the Essings returned to New I had as guests on the Fourth Mrs S. C. Wise, Mr. and :MrsC. : I Edwards. I i I bring the over-all cost of a half.ton

The tulle full-length and taffeta skirt, was and extend-poisedover Jersey Buddy Essing remained ")rrs. Raymond Suber and :Mrs: L. Wise Miss Myrtle Wise I :Mr.: and :Mrs: O. J. Anders And you get far better road speeds, too. CMC down to the level of-or below

edge border. Her behind to spend the summer with : jouiebellCainwright a n dlaughters I and Theodore Young, all of. had as guests during the week from an easy-stroking,unstrained entlDe.the: \ cheapest stripped-model truck
scalloped while
to a :
his cousin, Bobby Morgan
of Jackson'ilJe.lisil:: Starke. I Mrs. Evelyn Henry of Lakeland. In short from
to a axle
attached a mere$10.50 option
finger-tip veil was :: went with her the market.
Ann Morgan on
Mary for Mrs.. Eunice Prevatt of Jacksonville
with I Frankie Wainwright stayed :Mrs.: Edna Hayes of Gainesville
bonnet of lace bordered tiny grandparents and uncle and aunt I GMC now gives you the advantages of a
'a longer visit. was the Saturday guest I Mr. and Mrs. Casius Strickland
iridescent
pearls and trimmed with i Come in today-for the rest of the story. .
for a visit. I Mis. Glenn Shuford and Mrs of Mrs. Senie Prevatt and Mr of Stal keand- Mr. and :Mrs.: $125 overdrive.
.
sequins.For Mr. and Mis. John Powers and Sam Hkks were shopping in and Mrs. Fonso Pll.'vatt.lallie:: James Anders of Palatka. L Add this the of
weddingMrs. I to super-efficiency a CMC 'Oftitnalat. moderate extra fort
her daughter's children concluded a short vaca- I Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. I Prevatt also visited them recently. -I -- ,
of II
:: Weichel chose a dress tion in Keystone Heights when I and Mrs. Joe Starling and I

Bermuda blue polished cotton, they left recently for their homein : Misses Louise Futih and Geraldine -I Miss Linda Shaw entertained I \OTI4K <>!.' l\Tt\1ln\ M4HI, :
white lace. She wore .MTI.ICITION KOli FIVtL -
trimmed in Nashville, Tenn. While in Keystone Starling, spent the weekend several of her friends at a birthday I 111"11 \lHa: See
and us teafor TripleChecked'used'trucks528 -
white assessories a : -1
matching they visited their good in Tallahassee with the Kenneth party at the home of Dora Florida Slatutm I _.
white tube roses. In Court of the Cuuntr Juder.llrndrnrd ,
corsage of friends and neighbors. Mr. and i Garrett family. They also Lee Carter on Saturday after- ('wunl}, Male ol Florida

The mother of the groom was; :Mrs.: E. 1... Kyle. Until about a went sightseeing in South Ga. noon. Mrs. Shaw helpt'dlrs I In I'rohnie I
!
of In re the K>tate of
gown : Eunice Alvarez
dressed in a dusty-rose year ago the Powers were residents I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Colvin Carter in caring for the guests Canova, feeea5ed. SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIAC

Chantilly lace, trimmed in tat fa- of Keystone when :Mr: i and family of Lennox Ga., are I Miss Hilda Crews of the State I'TO WHOM IT MAY CONCCRX:
was of white I Notice is hereby Driven that F. A.
ta. Her corsage Powers, who is a DuPont employee. I visitingIr5.. Colvin's mother I Farm is visiting her grand par.ents. '"aiK.va, h.1fil"l li,- final, rtpi.rtas

tube-roses also. was given a new assignment. Irs. R. H. Futch. )lr. and :Mrs.: Perry Davis Adrnurtroo ".f ti I... -t.tte of SO. WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 STARKE FLA.
conclusion of the ceremony I"nl'1; \ .,' / i mat ,1..s.1
the "
Chance
At "The Bobby Morgan and Gary :Mrs: Mae Wells Mrs Martha Mr and Mis Richard Bennett that he IMliml I ; hi- 1"t.t"'lJ'r"t .!' ,,
Miss. Bastedo sang spent week before last at Boy

Lord's Prayer". Scout Camp near Orange Park. -

Best man for the wedding was by
I Bobby won his week at camp I

Ray Hearst Jr. brother of the virture of having the most points i -
Ushers were Ed O'Donog contest. Scoutmaster A HOUDA NAT'ONAl IAHIC
groom.
efficiency
in
; an
hue, Don Morgan and Ed Moore Myron Prevatt Sr. hid .r r Florida's your Bank JACKSONVIOI ,'r'

The organist was Jimmy Carter I' offered this prize to the boy with 0 I HOIIDA TIU5I NATIONAL COMFANTAI IAN .,

while the acolyte was Bobby and '
; the highest number of points MIAMI


Redfearn.Rev J. Russell Young, pastorof i Bob had J.S9. I just i/ os surely as Florida's your stale! Them ore 24 raembers. .of the m FIOIIDA AT ST. rETE151U10I NATIONAL IANK

..... fnOIIDA
> I\Jzaar A Suwev. ._-r-"-- A '
Church, r-
p
the Community __ DANK
formed the ceremony.Following I St. William's Bazaar Is worked now FLORIDA NATIONAL.-.GROUP 4-. J lo'coted In oil principal pries of I I AT OUANDO NATIONAL ,1Y'

the wedding, a reception history, but those who 1 \. IIDA NATIONAL I IAMK
grat- stale from Pensacola I to Key West. "
was held on the lawn of so tirelessly feel somewhat our t-r KNSACOLA ,

the Weichtl home on Keystone ified over the results. I I'FIOHDA NATION IANJCTIUST

i For somert"Rson, which we 1
Lake. in : the 4th of July, the Your account with any Florida bank i b imperlont-becavse your de- AI WEST PALM lEACH
Mrs. Huntley Redfearn was shall name ..... '
m.arAd
not ,- -- M FIOIIDA NATIONAL IANK
did appear -
harge of the guest book. The I Keystone column last week : t posits hecome. o port of our combbwd _year total. In this m AT COIAL GAIUSFiOllOA
Telegraph
beautiful wedding cake was cut in the I .
I of the ---1IT--.r ry"'-- ry pact BANKContra
I
by Mrs. John Detweiler. Presiding i hence, the announcement the sound economic development of T1UJT COMPANY
help us contribute to
to way you
Mrs. likewise failed appearbut for DAHONA IEACNtorttrilPP
at the punch bowls were Bazaar any. member bank for boo let

H. Morgan:: Jr., Mrs. W. C. Mc- it was nice to see so many I .' Florida and the Southeast. .FIOIIDA NATIONAL HANK

Crary. and Mrs W. J. Siprelle.Mrs. people from Starke in attend- .:o> statements of all 21 /kT UMIANO ,-
I
A. Widdowfield., and ) members of the group. "FIOIIDA NATIONAL BANK
IU.1 ance.Mr. :: en 1 foT MT WEn
Gay assisted in the \- and Mrs. Bill Morgan You II always feel at home in a Florida National) Croup Back We f

During the evening, the bride! tertained members of the Catholic i / -M.*._.. -" ... "FIOIIDA NATIONAL BANK
-0
and groom left on a short ......eii.j Club at Money-Counting:: ;IA welcome the opportunity to tern you. Coax 'n /I. IAITOW ,
Satur FIOIIDA NATIONAL IAN!e
their home last I
of
ding trip, amid a shower Party at ;v -- "AT CAiN $Yiiit
the
and good wishes. The couple will day evening following I, 1 and see us soon, won't you VlOIIDA LANKAf
the party; 1 NATIONAL
Attending .
Ga.
reside in Chamblee, Bazaar. i OCAU ,
Among the out-of-town guestsat were Mr and :Mrs.: Joe Pawli- ,, -I
I H FIOIIDA NATIONAL LANK
the wedding were :Mrs.: Arthur kowski Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 'I AT KtNANDINA UACH.
I I1I0Uace. ; .tJ
and daughter Mr. and Mrs Bill Sip -
Widdowfield. Sr., Nelson 1 a ROIIOA lANK

of Denver Colo.; MisAlarik I relle, Mr. and Mrs. George' -V AI FOIT PRICE

Rosandeer and daughter; : Schaeffer and Mrs. Mary Good- I wad

of Philadelphia. Pa.. Mr. and Mrs I son. These pt'Opleish to thank t! FLORIDA Notional; Group of Ban 9AIPUITNATIONAL

Edgar Carl Weichel Sr. of Davidson. : everyone who patronized theii i IANK
BAt
X C : Mr. and :Mrs.: Jay P. efforts and to say that thej I COMtHtUu! STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30, 1956- ,- OCLANOHOtlOA

Wood! of ::\lanJ.1rin11': :: and Mrs. I: are deeply appreciative. RESOURCES -* UA6IUT1ESi 1 I BANK
-- .AI STAUiHOIIDA
John Powers and daughter, Norma I :Mr.: and Mrs. Harold Rid. 16,150,000.00
left thi' I loans end DiKOunh 147,7c(28.37 Capital Stock ., NATIONAL liNK
of Nashville Tenn.; MissesIMsy I aught and daughter I
Ar KU GLADE
anj Sara Gibson of Bar- ; week for Athens. Tenn. to ,'isita Bonking Houses, Fumiturt & Fixtures i iI

Char- Mrs. Ridaught'' Office BIiUdingc 5,514,359.06 Surplus 17340000.00 I nOIIDA TANK
tow: Mr. and Mrs Ernie few days with IncUxDng .. .AT MADISON

ette. and family of Tampa; and brothers E. T. Rountree and I ; __ 139227.C5
Owned
Other Real I Estate -
-- B
I 36,139,908.69 FIOIIDA lANK
of Pen- and their fami' Undivided Profits.....,.,. 2,649,901.69
Courtney Everett Howe, !ill. A. Rountree, :, I 109,785.E3 .AI PCIT ST. JOE
be horn Prepoid Expenses ,
to
expect .
sacola. lies. They HOIIDA tANK
-
: 0
Reserve for 7,721,840.29
Monday. Other Resources 13,203.:9 Co..u.eftct : AI OilPlItROIIDA
... A
Birthday PartyOn I 1 We hear that Airman 2-Class NATIONAL TANK

Saturday evening Jure0.: Leslie Ridaught, has been in thE, Customers letters of Liability Credtt A/c__ ._ 136,91572 Reserve for TOXH, Interest, Etc.-- 2.1 .9,. !.32 "*.,AT U.dl.1I AtUNCTCNfl

seven-year-old June Ridaught w'a.! j hospital in Sidi Silmane, FrenclI I \...., I'

honored with an outdoor birthday Morrocco. recuperating from ii I Accrued Interest and Interest & Income FIOIIDA TANK
I ____. 1,556,512 tt AT IUSHNCU
The guests, hope tha I Income ReceivableU. ._ 1,842,547.86
)party at her home. minor operation.Ve Collected Not Earned_

under tho direction of June's fa: his next letter will say he ii!I S. Government Securities :0 ,OO,435.45 -,

Harold Ridaught. roa=tel and back on the job. 146,391.13
ther. ate up Florida County and Letters of.Crt t.- IIWIS j

\M-mers and marshmaUo\v, i Municipal/fends _____ __._ 22,529,113.51 ..
t.irUuliy cake and drank leimnale. Other UaWitto .. -:. 15,5)0.20. RCW1

Games were played: with I THE RIGHT POINT for th4I Federal Reserve Bank Stock- '933,450.00 CEPOSI1 ,

June's sister. Sandra direi.ti"g way jon write. Come in and tie.. Other Securities 649,93274 Deposits __ ___.__ 498,314'44.65 J IH5111AHCI

s\,illullin r IA..on" of I t.'d favorite FSTERBKO.OF Cash on Hand end Due From Bonks 162,937,79800 392707241.77 COIPOIA :OH .
The annual summer program I your

.. free swimming lessons began at I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. 546,385,361 54UKJ6L14!

the Beach )Monday courtesy of

the Keystone Heights Rotary










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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORID PAGE SE1LbiIM
1 CII\_. Jl'LY 13, 1936: _

Sunday guests of :\Irs.an Moo-\ and Mrs Roy Sampson and his .misT. .F FI,'I.i.i'iiarkA:SE.11.t Party: .:;:::=::::.-.. --

mother. Ethel Sampson of Chat- LUffi.; ai.d .\ad.l"r -
d iy -- --- ..,
'. -- lfiir : \.1
OnR Ter.n.Mis. 6. : C J
Seems like Mr and Mrs. Dill j tanooga .
Grace Beal of Washington -'::i
I i.mk.have been having all the In Ihr (ouult Juilgr': ( our!, In L.IUCES MOR&ftTEMS DAYS WEEK .'
.M.I! luck lately. A few days ago| D. C., arrived in Hampton Sundayfor And I'or llradfuiil t..unt" 1'iurid.i t MORE ON : MORE

,tli Banks bought a new Ford I a visit with her daughterMiss Ii I K.-In I'rubutr.IMatc: ..f J. 1: .! ,n.ioa .

'..: and only kept it five hours Joyce Beal.Miss ,ed.uli .
of Rome \ <-r Of filing For Final 1)1ruart -,-
Toles PMM
.. stole it, and it Carolyn JS ffHJ
... tit'r. someone ;? of Kircutrlrr:
.
arrive
to j
MI never been found. Last Fri- Ga., was expected Notnr is hereby giwn thahave : tt. aJ
Thursday for a few wel'lis'islt : filed our final return- ifiutrucs \-
Methodist ChurchSunda (1IR1STIAN CHURCH lay Mrs. Banks: was helping a of the estate of J I:
her brotherinlaw .
Rev. J, t:. :MieruiMHl, Pastor i neighbor in tobacco and while in Hampton with :Smith dei eased, that we have f.: .1 I .
'o1rs' """'-- _. .. -
killed and sister Mr. and : our petition for distribution .1- ,1 : t i. -
home their dog
from ->,
way
tinal dishdrKe. and that ou:i *
School! 9:45 a. m Morning Bible School.! 91a: tr. Morning -, bout 25 fryer chickens. We hope' Marvin Faile. j I :23rd: day of July 1S56, ice wu! a,"
Worship 11 a. m.. topic "He Worship, 11 a. m. Youth else bad happens to the Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest ply to the Honorable TJ| >T'>M A "Super Right" Fancy Quality H:! OZ I ANS
MYF lOthing Yawn, County Judge of Hraili: ..1 i
Who Hesitates Is Lost. Church, 6:30 p. m. All young' ]auks family any time soon. Any- and family of Miami are visiting j Countv, Florida, for appru'..: t.: Mor IfiC
activities; Recreation Time, 6:15: ; I j people invited. Union Evening that dog won't kill any more in Hampton with his mother, Mrs i! !said final returns for an ord.-r) of LUNCH MEAT
\ .
Fellowship Supper, 6:45 p. m.; Service in Christian Church 8 p. I (ray hicks. T. 1-'. Brown.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank'Brown distribution of and lbwVill final dischaigexecutnces of J- i.Smith .s..

Worship Time 7:15. Union Eve-! m.. with sermon by Re,'. Donald I Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp attended of Jacksonville spent last ; : deceased. .
fling Service will be held in the: weekend in Hampton with Mrs 'I This the 20 day of June. -' a N IW"NNI-N NIINI III ,N rII---,NNx
Kokomoor pastor First Methodj j held
the Crews jeumon
Myra Varnedoe.
m.1 1
8 I Y .
Church, .
First Christian p. | Brown.
1st Church. last Sunday at the home of Mr. Hilda Houston Beverage Mix _'
Rev Kokomoor will bring the and daughter. Kxeoutrives of the l-tr-

message on "The Man Who Missed ;' CHURCH OF GOD I I.i'Lad lacksonrrlle.ItTTTTTTTTTTTTTTRTITTT'MrsV.. H. Richardson in I Melody Mrs. Betty are May spending several] I' J. E. Smithdeceased 6.2::' 4t 7 :? pkgs

His Chance." i I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning days this week in Jackson\"ille' I Ii KOOL L AID 6 23C

Worship 11 a. m. Sunday\ with Mrs. R. C. Gray and daugh-I i, In Irruil Court, Bradford tounlT,
) Florida; In ihancrrjr.
St. Edward's Church Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPESenice tets. Olof Andfr.sson. Plaintiff, x- :S.JK'! "

Wednesday. 7:45: p. m I HAMPTON I Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Sadler of .\llIj'I''on. Defendant.('cI"O;" 1"-4: Sweet 1S-OZ CANS 1;

Sunday Mass at 9.IS: a m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:43: p. m.1' I Starke were Sunday visitors ot Order Of Puldii-atlon :ulli-r. To SWEET

Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and KYWTKY I j I the Gerald Adkins family in i. Appear; Mate! of Florida '1'.>: i I POTATOES P SilY cans
E. Hill Siene Anders.soii, whose ..0101-i l li. 2 43C I I&I'p.f;
Mrs. 1)
Sadler
8:30: a. m.Children's. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- II; Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. j i.pnkiionn.. I

Catechism Class. each ll ing Worship, 11 a. m. YET Servxe | a. AIA.UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALi I J recently_: _moved from Jacksonville -j I'July, Your 21!.are 19J6.: required in tli. to al.! .apjipar.x.. n.. .n. .I i. '
at 3:15: p. m.Keystone to Starke.
Wednesday Saturday; 7:30 p m. i 'Court and cau"t'.herc lI plan.I;t.ff
Height- Council 1.1'it'". i The WML1 of Hampton Baptist eeKs di.orcl" Wilson's Corned l-LB CANS

(At St. William's Chapel) Tax ..1rvurnhA I Church will hold its July meeting Bradford 'ounty Tcli-ir.ii'i| ,
fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St | 1 review of tax assessments tonight Friday( ) at the pasS publish weekly this issues.Witness Order. III in \' for ; No 303 can
I BEEF HASH 2 49C 23C
BRIDGE at the
William's Sign.) LONG took up most of the time tonum. 8 p. m. my band and nfl.vi.useal
at Starke, Florida, tic I I1"
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. AND NEW RIVERMrs. regular monthly meeting ofj i Sunday guests at the Arnold ,June, 1956.Official 11&I''s n
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Hampton City Council last Tuesday -i Haddiitks were Mr. and Mrs ( Seal) Charles A. Derby,
I As Clerk of said C.>urt.! Own All :
hall. Purpose Oil
before all Masses.IIIW. at the city I FrancIsIastl'rs Mrs. :Mas
Confessions E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAI evening and By Marian L. ('rosb)'. Deputy t..r"
All Hampton property assessments ter's patents. Mr. andIrs William It Morsran. i"7 1 c ,. hot/
'
reviewed, and the I i I'.iiildinir., Ja, ksoiixilli. L'. 1'1! i qt .
.\_ C'II.\l'tl. I Int were George Hodges. Att>S I'"' /1'lf 0.- 1NO DEXOLA OIL 49C
:\l\\I. ('()STISn:-; i iI Mr. and Mrs Delbert Cretin of council voted to leave the present Mrs. Nita Johnson Mrs. Maik- I .- A&P WHOLE: KERN ElCORN

I James Lav- nullage as it is. I lee Norman and daughters and 'i it i: 'io .4i'iMxH 1
at Hiway Chapel H. ilbronn visited the In ( Irruit Court, llrndford tvunl]',
revival $10 was
Thr continue) enders Sunday. \ One speeding bond of Mrs. Frankie Jean Keys spent ,|I riorltla In ('hnnerrr.FI..rrncr Libby Crushed Hawaiian 20-OZ CANS i
Assemblies of God will I forfeited during the last month. from Thursday to Monday in Ft i Trllr,.-haw Van S.-''. "I'i j
through this week with the re-( Mrs Nan Moody and son, Ralph voted to raise tiff xs KINttoith 1'. Van s. !i ,. for JAC
the 4th of July and the council Myers with Mrs. Leo Singleton I ftiulant,
Merritt. enjoyed PINEAPPLE
W. L. Hersinger 2
vivalist. Rev. traffic violation ,
)I with Mr the minimum Attending the wedding of Annette 1 e.c\" I I" !'
111. in charge. There fishing and picnicking
of Marion I fine to $15. Webb and L. C. Kelly at Kiilirr: la .AppearTo' "
evening. and Mrs. Harold Shiver on SantaFe Van 12 4 1Ci
special music each : KlNxxoith I' Si>-- II r oz can
is I
j !Stork Slum ITHonors the First Baptist Church, \V.iMci''', residence is unknown.
On Sunday at 2 p. m. there will Lake. Thursday .Airs.I 1'ailr last Sunday were Mrs. Joel Smith i I { You are hereby notified that a'I Heinz.KflCHUP i S
be dinner on the grounds of thehur.h eland Johns left last Faile was honoredat i silt for dixorc.- and r--' i .r:.
singing for a'isit with his uncle. Mrs. Marvin and Mis Gerald Adkins. Miss of f'-nner' namehel'lI 14 oz botl
and special her
( !' a surprise stock shower at Barbara Matchett. and Mr. anti I.has' filed against you In the 23C
Everyone is welcome to attend Avery" Johns, in Tampa. home Friday evening, July 6, by Mrs. Dbnnie Hugh Crawford ol.{above named Court and cause and !
at 7:43; Mr. and Mrs. O. B. I ijou are required to serve a ropot
each night Visiting
the services Baptist ,. i
and ladies of the Hampton Hampton. Sour answer or pleading to the .in-' 6
Mr. -
o'clock.: I| Moody last Sunday were 'plaint on the Plaintiff AM..IM\' \| 1
Mrs Jonnie Yarbrough and Church. i! Mrs. Joe MiKowen and Johnny I .If.- ph K:. Skipper 221 t Fl! ..! Our Own Brand _').J.I.B BAG .0-I.I,). BAG
Laurie I Following games and opening j Andrews arrived in Hamptor: I1 I Title I I'uilding. Jaksiu! ... : WHITE: HOUSE: EP
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. I daughter of Raiford and refreshments of cake and for month's wil I I'I '!" .
gifts | Thursday a stay land ,
McKmney Starke. We are glad file the original In the off > nf1'the FLOUR n69 $135
Raymond E. MacBlaln I i iI I that Mr. Moody is able to be':' punch were served to Frank IS guests.William -I her sisters. Mrs. W. A Saxor ''.before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or !
Mrs.
Hi Hostesses were I and Mrs. Madison Ijce and theiifamilies r I MILK
?
': back homo from the hospital. I".rd day of July 193i
Mrs
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal of, Mrs. J. W. Horne and and Mrs. J. H. Saxon. {otherwise the allegations of s .I|
follows :i sL"ter.Irs.. Lizzie McKinney I Complaint will be taken mfessed :Mamguth Short Grain; :
Church will be as : I week Arnold Haddock. Mr. and Mrs L A. Hall visttet, a- i -

Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church I i Stal ke. is spending this PersonalPfc. -, 1 Monday in Crescent City. Pierson. : This uy notice you. shall !I.<> pul.li-h.il! ;
I tall
Adult Class 11 a.m. :\ with him. Brookins of I'.hI'.k for four pounds $4.23 cans
School and ; William R. i and Flager Real'h.Irs.. Hall visited ]one const < iitixe RICE 10 !
3 39Cc
home ''
and Sermon 6:30: Visitors at the IA. Sapp completed'I -.k. m the Crawford County Tele-
Morning Prayer ; j II Mr. Hampton who has just in Gainesville last week. graph. 1
L. j during the weekend were in Olathe. .. ..f ..
p.m. Y. P. S. Air Control School Miss Frances Rea\es of Keystone 1/it.-d thiIMh d. Ji.n"i 1 1'
Litany i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crews and leave I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Wednesday: 7:35: p.m. I Kansas spent a few days Heights spent Saturday i;n !, Clerk of the Circuit Court -_; =- -.
MrsPliny -
and
Choir I daughter of Miami Mr. 'oIl's. !- = = ::- .;==-=- : _--=: ? = :,c-:
:
and Meditation; 8pm | 1 with his parents Reand Hampton with M.KS: Sue Chastair, fly Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk : -- -- ----- __. -
Crews of Ft. Myers, and to be" 622 4t 7 1:
Practice. I of Lakeland.Mr. Orville Brookins.. He is now j Viand Sue was an overnight goes SUPER RIGHT EXTRA LEAN FRESH PER LB. 3 LBS
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Mrs Mamie Hanley 1 stationed at M. C. A. S., Miami in 01'11: TO .\PPlanI.
with her last Satur
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. m. and Mrs. W. }f. Andrewsof Vinnie Keenan of Tampawas ,! Keystone .. In-ull Court, Hrnilford (ountf,,
Mrs. .
day. I'lor lil.1: In ( hnnrery.Steve
awaits eTeryone. \ Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. a Sunday visitor at the 1I'aLestt'l'S }Ir. and Mrs Offie Parker of'' Koskov: k\'". Plaintiff. \>. Anna GROUND BEEF 39C $1.10
Harold Shiver of Gainesville were in Hampton. Mrs Keenan Koskox'sky: Defendant
Illinois spent last weekend with : Case No in-I'V.'j;;
._
; and Mrs. Lester are sisters. his uncle and) aunt. Mr. and Mrs : olli-e Topppnr -- -- -- -
Joel R. Smith of Anna Ko ko"h.! ..'" I' -id. n?> ALLGOOI; BRANDSLICED
Mr. and Mrs. John Parker. On Saturday they ...
I ]i and address i jv jS40 :Ninthxinu.
Jacksonville spent last weekend drove to St Augustine Daytona New York. N. Y. cured lb.
with her parents, Mr. I You are hereby notified that a sugar
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE in Hampton Beach and! Silver Springs. suit for divorce BACON 39C

and Mrs. Gerald Adkins. :\11'5.'t'rna Young and sons has been filed against you In the
T. H. Kirk and his son and labo\e I named Court and cause and .
visited her
brother. Walter
Stitch.
FLA. Kirk I[and you are required to serve a --
family. Mr. and Mis. Boyce in Jacksonville Monday. I|copy of your answer or pleading to SUPER RIGHT EXTRA LEAN SLICEDBREAKFAST
i and son all of Gadsden, Ala. I :; the complaint on the Plaintiff's
Attorney H. ('. fal.lwin. I'. O. Box
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor visited the George Saxon and E'L. j 104 Gainesville Florida, pounds
'' But families in Hampton last :MITICTTO APPKtll and file the original in the office of BACON 2 8S
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town; I. ('Irr..tt Court, ItrAGronlounIY, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Friday. Florid In (.bnnf'ry before the 23:: day of July, JS..S,, '
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ; Miss Fredda Jane Dees, Miss Robert S, Johnson. Jr.. Haintiff. YS otherwise the allegations of said -- ---
; Curtis Nell Dees of Plant City. ant.Sylvia Krnerly: Jnn. J't'r..n<1- Complaint will be taken as confessed Cap'n. John's Ready-To-Serye
Case
Xo 10-1629 by
you.

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 8:00 P.:M. 1 i'Farm and Miss spent Nell Crews last of weekend the State in :Notlrr T"; To 5vl Appear lti
residence and address i!, weeks in the Bradford Tele
County
;
Sunday School 9:43: A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Hampton with Mrs. Ethel Tid- 721 Kensington DrirNorth Wil- graph. !
I U -
well and Miss Betty Durling. !kechuroorth Carolina Dated this if day of June 1916;; ,
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. I and Mrs. J. W. Home of You are hereby notified that a I I (Official Seal) Charles! A. Darby. FRIED HADDOCK FILLETS lIb 4ScI
Mr. suit for I>ivore and l:.*slorati..nof Clerk of the Circuit Court.
accompanied the Robert maiden name B Man ian L. ,
} Crosby
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Hampton has been Cleri6224t71 __ _
Barksdale family of Starke to filed against you in the I --- u -
above named Court and cause and : Super-Right
11 am. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. and you are required to serve a
Weekend visitors at the home copy of your answer or pleading to Ib
I COOKED PICNIC SHOULDERS 37c
the complaint on the Plaintiff's FRIGIDAIRETHE :
of Mrs. J. L. Williams were Mr. Attorney H. C. Baldwin P. O. L"ox
1 Ot, Gainesville, Florida I -
and file the original in the office of
'o1at the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or : BEST-KNOWN
before the Mrd: day of July. I1*;;*, NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION 7--

4 ( Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken as confessed of said-

eachlweekce by you. shall. be RANGES Birdeye Brand
Consecutive Elberta
' WATER HEATERS
I Bradford ,..
S '. weeks in the '
County
a graph. Tele i AIR CONDITIONERS BUTTER fresh Ib
The new electricrefrigeratorfreezer \ i : j Dated this nIb die of June I'iuS.;; WASHERS & DRYERS PEACHES large 15c
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.
I Clerk of the Circuit Court. I _
-, By Marian: L. Crosby, Get The Best BEANS
I Deputy Clerk For Less \ Weslin: Vine RipeHONEYDEW
6,22 4t 7 12o'rltr
gives you... AtSmith's i each
:\ or Tiitiru: .171110%; 10-OZ. PKG. ; 49cBIRDEYK
Th Board of ...
C-iuiitv i'

1 1 ers will!! of iiient EVadford at the County... ,.1:111'-.11.Klotidu, GarageFRIGIDAIRE 2 for 39C t
.urt Ilou-e !!
the County Conimi.--Miiner' Uff in<. t Crisp: Iceberg LargeLETTUCE

on Monday, the 2nd of July, Al head
-t
196; as a Board of Equalizers for lSc
| the purpose of

I and rereUuig testimonv hearing ua'pUnr-a* I"> t ti-! Sales and ServiceWe : WHOLE I ___________________________________________________________

r r i Isonal value. .,, or of. mixed any property a.- filed real!h>' tin-or p'r-Tin St'r'iceU Makes or 10 oz ;! Seedless or RedGRAPES
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BIG-KITCHEN, CONVENIENCE NO DOWN PAYMENT 9 oz 2 for 35C t!, I-irtre AVOCADOS Cuban each 15c




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J. 30.36 Jane Parker Double Crust
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BUILD A GARAGE: ADD A BATH INCLUDING POTATO CHIPS S30 BABY FOOD

Hfrr's a coot combination impruu-J -iiigeiaturs pm real !r'wr 5pj.tfin FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER

iimnew.'''. compact unit' SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING I

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4. rI The deep cold freezer section means shopping bargains..f shop- 14 oz !

ping trlp3... -ofsca>on speculuci! all through; the >nr. The refng. Applications At Our Office No Obligation CHIPS S9C

erator section features .fomar.c: defrosting..other new cons eniencei.
Decide nan on a modern electric refngeul- combination I Store Hours: Open 7:00 Till 5:30 Monday Through I
beautiful decorator-color. See ekctric appliance' dealer for
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKE FLORID
PACK EIGHT nun -JILY IS. 19.XJ

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Last Year This Year : Clerk nf the Circuit Court 'I 1 I .\ M.. August 6. A p. i>s< f..r the 'I or before the S day of August. ,

County By Marlaa L. Crosby. >>eputy Clerk purpose of hearing complaints and 1956; otherwise the allegations of W.: C. T. U.
Service 735.00 '
&
Adopted $221,023 Budget Youth Counselling Expenses T: 1 : it receding testimony a.. to the value said Complaint will be taken all'

Conviction Fees of County Prosecuting Atty. 600.00 750.00 >OTICK TO PPF.4.& of any property real per-onal. confessed by you.
or intangible personal as fixed by This notice nall be published AX t:(
\1'TI.\X
Witness Fee Fees SOO.OO 1,500.00 In rireult (Court liradford CODDt,. the aid County Assessor of Taxi PROVERB -
Jury s once each week for four consecutive

'With No Taxation Hike Indicated I Jury Pay Roll 600.00 i' Florida K: 'It-:.,'IB. pl.iintift Chancery \ -. Anne on year hic 1956:; Assessment and : for the llol|purpose for the of weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph ,, "-\, A m.Hrnlu..mns.

Other Court Costs & Fees 1.20000 750.00 XViIl.iins! 'lem I effnilant.Case N.>. il''iottce ; I perfecting. receiving and equalizing Dated this 2 day of July. l I such assessments. The County (Ortu-UI .Ne. ..l) Charles 4- Haibr j
(('onti llt'd from I'age One) $12.500 to $15.500. Maintenance & Repairs County Jail 750.00 { T Anne. AppeartTo VViliuiinv I '1"111. whoseresidence I Assessor of Taxf and the Board; Clerk of the Circuit Court j! ><) Tilt: STRt: cTII. >IO.KY. \

Pared !Sonic Item Jail 1150.00 unalldal."irginla.. of County Commissioners! may con Py Marian L. Crosby. D-''itv C'e-i- IIONOK .AM; HAI'I'INES'"
budgeted for this item last yea Utilities & Fuel Expenses County I is tinue in session from dolt>> day 7/S 4t 7/27
andv husaIIr'.s is llonteo.. 1. '
was overspent, and the Boan : To keep the budget in lir Feeding and Care of Prisoners 4.200.00 4,800.00 1:...v. 41%. -Viniandale. Virginia. for .one week or as long as nercssary. I I IOTln OF THK: DUINKKK."

hiked the figure to $HMO.I' with anticipated income tht Law Administration Supplies and Expenses 800 00 1 suit. .," for ire divorce.rphv and notified restoration th,,' ft All persons owning property !suhjert !\ :.. TO \P... Ui i (:..I( \.\L 1'hiE. F.V.VNjjTO.V,

Because the prices of roa, Board did a considerable :300.00 I> !, in.iHlen to assessment in Bradford !a Circuit Court Bradford ('....ty. j ILLINOIS.: )
Insurance .i naiiifI I .V'lorlda .
County. Florida are notified to In C..rIar ,
apIII..ar '
the Boan I amount of cutting; I i has been filed against you In tb"i 1 :\
supplies have risen Insanity Inquiries 600.00 i,above named Court and cause and at such meeting or meeting, ) n Mecca. Plaintiff, v,. IMul .

raised this item $1.900frorr i For example it pared the 82500 you are required to verve a cvu.. ,I to make snrh complaints or give Mecca Defendant.
Jail Fence testimony as to th>- value of anvProperty Case No. 10-16J7:
$2.500. i item for Courthouse maintenance your answer or pleading to the I I real Soflre Tn 'PII..rTo '
J600 to or personal as fixedby
Radio for mplaint on the Plaln'lff" A'torpevSlMlll.l i
Purchans of 2-Way Equipment | 1
Other iii"..-, from $3000 to S2.000. and \ W I ;.-tz. .1'. t >. riSI: the County Asse sor of Taxes, : Paul Mecca whose res'dence SQUARE DANCEAT ;
I Sheriff's Office (;aiiie-' 1110-, Flotiii.t upon Assessment rolls as theymav and address j is: ISO! Kast I.aii.ar
Other major hikes in the budget it eliminated a $3,399 item foi desire.liien :'In'-I. $h..rmall. Tr..t":
and rue (tie In the officelot
Maintenance of 2-Way Radio & Parts SOO.OO 800.00 original Lord..r of the r.oanl r-f 5'.ni a'. h-r..tv notified
were: tax assessor's and tax collector'office I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on suit that a'
or before the County Cczmmisiznerzz of TradfordCounty. for di\'or..e TilE

For administrative supplies equipment a non-I ecur I 111:: 01.,1' Aucust. I"'".<; I Florida. thi. July :2! AI> Baa teen lueu .gainst you in flit

insurance, items I I I ring expense. Total Appropriations $37,860.00 30800.00 'otherwise the allegations of said 193B. above named Court and cau v and
expenses and I'Complaint, will be taken as confessed (OFFICIAL SRXT.\ you are required to serve a copy cf .
265.00
which have steadily ri.sen ovei j Other large reductions were Reserve for Contingencies 296.49 : by you. Charles A. Darb> Cleik. your answer or pleading to tht

-- This notice shall be publishedonce | 7'62t71 f! Complain .'n t".. Plal'ltl" FRIENDLYSTOP :
OO to 6500. Elections
the years $5 j j and registrationsfrom each week for four consecutive ,, Att.irnfyVilliam: P. :Morgan 507

Hospitalization for tubercular $3,100 to $1,200 becaust Total Budget $38,156.49 31065.00 weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY >O'IICK TO .'....tan I'lark Floridaand ludtnc Jacksonville; ",

I .TELEGRAPH. la ('Ir"DItourt.. Bradford ('ou.t,. i
indigents because of th I no primaries will te held nex atrd tin- .; il.iy ,.f .lul!> r ',', Florida In Chancery.Jam. ,' fire the original In tht office ol I

Clinic's concentrate year. Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund OFFICIAL( SEAL Ch Health Clerk of the Circuit Court j I mane Salter Defendant. before_ the I I

drive on tuberculars. $3,000 t( Gasoline. fuel oil and lubr .tim.t.. ....._n nl_. _H..ceint n. '1'-.:' ,By liarlaa; L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I 1, fasVn___ .._. 1I.. ". n-,., E day of August, 1C-DO: ; I'|' I
cants from $7,1>00 to $6,000 because 7 i : 4t sOTICK ; %e.le. "F.. \pnru.. Otherwise the all<;, I
I
$4,500. Taxes ((5.30:: Mills) on Assessed Valuationof T'i: Hoxemarie Salter. whose rcMdencc I'omDiaint '!! teen as route,.. Each Friday Night
of'a last :year's spending wa 29454.04 > 10 API-Rill 'i ;d by you |
I'urthase of right ) $3,557.366.00: I and address ii>: .\dain'. \Vis- ,
not as high as IB Clrevlt Court, Bradford Co..ty '' This totlq; shall be publlsheo i
anticipated. ( onsin.
from $750 to $1,750. I Gasoline Tax 23.000.00 36.000.00' Florida: In Chancery.Tiler. i i Von arff hereby notified that a suit iilnv earl week for four cnarecutiv i I

Purchase of new equipment Expenses of procuring ri} 19647.52 26,724 63; MJMII. Plaiiititt. X J..IIM. (.d.v.-rce weeks In the Bradford County Tele I MUSIC KY THE
Racing Monies 'lillei., I'ett tidal !. raph.
of way from $3,500. to $2,501 I j CastNo. lH-1'.li'r I has n..n tiled against you in the I>;ii.d: thu C d.ty ."1 Jy: ; !IQ;.. j I'
including a lift for a dumjtruik 5.21 Milla) Assessed Valtutioa above named Court and CtII'.C and
Taxes ( Dixie
because no undue expense i if Not lee 1'. Appear.To i you are required to serve a ,"py of (Ut' I' H. JA. ot..AL., naii.A iro I I Rhythm Boys '
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$10.303: to $11,500. About foreseen. of 5658849.00 29.454.04 29482.65 .[..tin) Tiller Whose I'--ilt.'n, .' al"wer..r pleading to the /'I.'k '., th.. ,' ri-mr f.'iir

6.500.00' and ..dire'js j lnkn." n i your.oniplaint the Plai-itiff: Att.irnevI'.alph By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

$10,000 of this amount is owe The County Commission will Other Revenue Receipts. I i You are n.roy notified that aj 1 R.bcI'.1 on : :: : 1'r.: d.: .: 7 Ii H 7Ft 7 !

on equipment already purchased! meet Aug. 6 to adopt the budgetin -- j tult Divorcehas for F.uldn.g: .la. k- .' \ iU. K.i.. .
i iI and file, the urigmai in me .tIll'eat
Fees and costs of sheriff its final form and it become Total Estimated Receipts $g ,601.56 $92.20..30Less I i been filed against you In tht the Clerk of the '"u .111' ...iirt on NEED
4,430.07 4610.36 above named Court and cause am. CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300
automobile and uniforms because effective Oct. 1. Following is 5 Per Cent I you are required to serve a copy ot

of Sheriff P. D. Reddish1' the tentative budget as adoptex your answer or pleading to the complaint PROMPT
on the P'amtlffg Attorney yyyy. COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL
proposed reorganization plan Monday: 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts S4.171.49 87.5969-1 T FI, .i uk I..UKi!I inn .starkt'. FI.i 1

1000.00 ana tile LUC original in the office ul
TKXTATIVK: IU'DGKT Balances To Be Brought Forward: Cash I the Clerk of th" Circuit Court on orbefore MARION FINANCE CO. Inc.21S

the I I..l day of .\111:11'1. I I"+'... SEE CENTRAL .

Report Of Kstimated; Kr\enurs. Receipts and Expenditure: I otherwise the allegations of aid

Total Estimated Receipts and Balances $84,171.49 SS,596.94Mi1lage Complaint; will be taken as confessed > W. l"nirersit"he.
Of Bradford FLORIDA'SRARE Phone FR6-5333
County Fur The Fiscal Year 19)6-19)7; ; 17 I by you. tj .
Estimated This Year .25))
Levied Last Year 17.25.
General Fund ( This notice shall oe publishedonce BEAUTY Gainesville, Fla.
Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund once week for four consecutive .
l.a..t'rar This Year week In the Bradford Count)
Estimated: Expenses: Telegraph FROM THE NEW 11111

Kstinuited:! Receipts: 3,424.10 3,49800 "..1..1 ll'1"] ,I... "f Illlt 1 1". .... I

Taxert (18.81 Mills) on assessed valuationof Salary of Road Foreman I I OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darb) ,' AMAZING IJaThi j

Salaries of Road Maintenance Crew 26.444.00 29,744 00 Clerk of the Circuit Court Sell It Rent

5557366.00 $ 4,9+ 0.9 Maintenance & County Road Buildings 600.00 200.00 I Bylarlal1: 1.. Crosby. Deputy T 1 It Clerk s ; 'f11En: It Trade II

Railroad and Telegraph License3 600.00 600.00
I & Rental of County Road "lIn-roA"I: ':
Repair, Upkeep >
Racing Monies 33,552.49 28.775.35 I\lt ON U. S. 27
11500.00 11.96000 In Circuit ( our I. Bradford County, ,
Insurance Agents Licenses 600.00 600.00 Equipment 7500.00 6.00000 rioriila: In < ban..r). CLERMONT. FLORIDAIOTAUIANT WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Gasoline Fuel Oil & Lubricants I'.in.hii M I .Mi-Millan. Plaintiff.s:
Taxes. 10.73 assessed valuationof
Mills on 600.00 2.500 00 Miih.ii I K: M i" Mill.ui liel.-iMi.uil. .'

$5.658,819.00Occupational 4'.960.31! 60,719.-11 Other Road Supplies : t'a-f X... I ll'lhhlNnlice I II
Insurance 2.000.00 1500.00 i Tu Appear Low Rates Good Results h'asy To Placeo

Licenses I,600.00 1,600.00Beverage 5.000.00 5,000.00 I T. Mi.hael E:. :.McMillan.. whos,-

Licenses 600 00 600.00 Timber & Other Bridge Material lesidenee and address,: t'n"I'iii,\\ n WORDS OR LESS. ONE IXSEKTIOrT .
Proposed Roads 750.00 1.i50.oo You are hereby notified that a ttn IMO ran riMx*

Excess Fees Tax Assessor 500.00 500.00 Purchase of Right-of-Way Miit foi, .11\ut--... care. custody F.Jfll1I1T10 .\L WORD 2c
Expenses of Procuring of Right-of-Way 3.50000 2,500.00 |I and lontrol of minor child) *
Excess Fees, Tax Collector 700.00 iOO.ooExcl'SS 1.500.041 1.000 00 I has been filed against you In the 111"(1 'T OF IS l't:1I: ('.:'T ON TWO OK MUHK INSFItTIONS
.
Court Beautification of Highways; [ above named Court and cause and 21r1'1111'10' \I. Flllt 111.1') .41)'t lilt \IS >OT
Fees Cleik of Circuit i50.00 2500.00 pun '
11.500.00 _. -" -- I'1)\ \"10 l"P
10305.00 and -- -
of New Equipment .i you are required to serve a
Excess Fees. County Judge 500.00 250.00 Purchase 7.30000 copy of your answer or pleading to

Road Tax Due & Payable to Municipalities i.ZOO.OO the complaint on the Plaintiff's \\ \XTKr> CUM.; 1 CI.IAV:: CUTTON Foil KK.VT<'b..se i
Excess Fees. Sheriff's Office 9)0.00; 1,000.00 Indebtedness 3500.00 Alli.rnev .I..h. K. Skiii,| ]'> ; COLONIAL 1 i\'i.: ; :N.. r.inior .\I"mhlll' aril tuo bedroom in. d-:3'i: > "
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Payment of Outstanding Florida Title limlillllK. I r.r.ulfi'id; 1 Trl.'graph: j.i; : :<
Rents 2-1000 2-10.00 -_ .I.iK I L-.iiitx: If ll".I'.zznIjije' .ti. an.I Mr l \\ '
Mil :, Floridaand ,F. 'It I I li\'T: Six, r""m iinfurnishd N.illman./ 21'SV :MaL 'i
Other Revenue Receipts 1,000.00 1,200.00 $' 7,452.0OReserve file the original in the office; of h-iu-f, in-iaii" at CtiLHniiit:; 1 i iKfKBER i- .;

Total Appropriations .. $83,923.10 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on. or Appli.iin" e Itohg STAMPS
Candidates Filing Fees 2.620 00 1.144.94 .. made t.i. ,prd
b.f.rthe r.
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248.39 1 day AURII.-I !I"' ii FLORIST daters, numbereri. .
for Contingencies I r.otirv otherwise the allegations of facsimile
--. 'j saidComplaint" 01 It TF.VTII tlI-itetitY stamps liranl "
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j .nty
> 4K.. will be taken as confessed ltllll. Itti: tlitt-ii Telegraph
Total Estimated Receipts S93.1S7.63 $99.28-1..6 $S4,171.49 $SS,596.94 by you. All 'lat.... All MudrNIteaounahlr I 1 tf

Less 5 Per Cent 4,6J9.3S; 4.96-1.24 Total Budget | This notice shall be published once PRONE 218 i-haree.. icuaraateed I !% PAID OX SAVIN KEYSTOXK .
Health Unit under Sec. 15J.02: ( ea'h.ek for four consecutive ('11 \i. C. MIKPIIKHIITll.'t : : STATE BANK: KEYSTONE
Tax Levy for weeks in the Bradford County Tele- : \\ fall St. Marke I'h. Sail: KEICIITS. Fl.MEM.-

Statutes M4 Mills on AssesndValuation I graph. I HER FDIC.

95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts $S8,52S.25 94320.52 Florida ]>ated this in 01,1,1' .liih. 1"':,,; () I'onI.EX..w. S x S X 16 Concrete

of $5,557.366.00; I (Official Peal Charles A. Darby. block 19.Cement $i.so I

Cent $ 6015.70 Clerk! of the Circuit Court. per bag. Mortar Mix $1.30 per
Total Estimated! Receipts and Balances $8,528.25 94320.52 Less 5 Per I Ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk l>eg' limdford Kiigmetrlllg Co. \\ \\T .\ IIIMIi: I Iluu

7. 13 4t t : nhAne 04 Starke tf I
( .Village Levied Last Year 17.23; Estimated this Year 17ifiieral .26) I I FLOWERSFor ran bate a brand :
154.02 pew mod :
Sec. '
( Fund Tax Levy for Health Unit Under N01ICK 10 tIn l'I>r. 'II \KiVIi\V: : : r.KVII:
.. Florida Statutes 1.:31li1ls: on $5,638,819.00; Circuit Court Hrndford County All Occasions .. ''.ttdg. l ,--,-iveil l b\ ..d. ,.i plete in e,err detail fur com

Kstimated: Expenses; : i Fliirfilnt la ('hnnr.r,. Month. I'.athini:;: Unatine FI'h I You ran pur a.. j..a nblrk, '
I i1ari.. XVIiit-, "I'M u.. .. earn ( aLl
Assessed ValuationLess "I'laintitf" \ tin ILIIIICuelroini'd I'hon Ue Hli'di..t5
Salaries and Expenses of County Com. 6000.00 6500.00 $7,042.44The Samuel 1 White, defendant DISH GARDENS ii" v'.V.:: ; ::. \V.iiI! ,' .\. f. Kahr.r. and eiplala the ) ua the home

Salary of Clerk to Board of County Com.Supervisor 1.800.00 ISoo.OO 5 Per Cent I'Nutlre I 'a-e \o. I"-IIIT I ; ; O Knx GO:;. Kailton. Fla i S cry 'ery low d..".pnipitnllluB.payment*, I,
Topp.nr 4t.-hB 7 : iiiunlhlr
POTTED PLANTS paypienl* ilUe
.. I To. Samuel: XI .I real
of Registration 900.00 900.00 j : liii- \\hos' IM-
above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Ten- I denaini address I' I'nkiiovx. n. Ful IEXT-l-'urnlsh..d garage FLORIDA IUUtTCO.
Atty. to Board & Sheriff's Per Diem 73.00 100.00 You are hereby notified POTTERY apartment modern conveniences. .
in Meeting of the ( nat a ]
Special
9. 1956 a Of
Adm. Fees of Clerk Circuit Court 1.000.00 tative Budget as adopted July I suit for diMine, 4istody| and .'..rz- Also cottage at U!. Lake f:1.I'I Starke
1,000.00OffIce Commroioners. Bradford County. i 1''I..t) minor i luldn-n has I ln-i-n Adlllt1'''"",, 1t1-'\ Mrs. A. F. ((.uy .\0111'V..
of Tax Assessor 6757.50 7277.50 Board of County CHARLES A. Darby I filed against you the above named Flower ''firedAnywhere aul". CSS McMahon St. tfchg i A. J. Theaa,1 II. Sen-rN,

(OFFICIAL SKAL: ) I Court and cause and you are required I I M5 Temple .%
Office of Tax CollectorSheriff's 5f.
6,151.50 7,277.50 to serve a of Tel.
Board of County i copy your answer 3S3
to the .
Clerk SlarLe I
or nlendin!' t.> theomplalnt ( nlit. ST\KKi: I.OTsTnu .'Iurlol.
Commission on Fines & Costs 1.000.00 .50.00 I
the
Commissioners. Bradford County. on Plaintiff's Attorney I II

Coroners Inquest & Fees 200 00 750.00 TI..r\. \'.,,, ". Jr. I' < al.., building; lot ..n "(. ('laIr
H. A. Bishop. Jr.. Chairman.The I lirailer T''I.i Stark. ... Florida Nona St. Stark Mrrrt rarli apirii\lruilrl 75 feet I FOR

Maint. & Repairs of County Courthouse 3000.00 2.000.00 of Bradford County will and file the original ID the office of b> -i.'i: .....1. Buy nun, build late,. three RCNT.Partjall)' f'jrmshed:

I Board of County Commissioners the Clerk of life Circuit Court on or _. . Price reaMonahJe. large bedroom ftltcheoette ana
Salary of Janitor 2645.00 2,915.00Courthouse 10:00 o'clock A.M. for the purpose of before the -I ._ living room. Telephone In
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& Annex Util. & Fuel Expenses 2600.00 2.60000 meet on August 6. 1956 1956-1957 Budgets I I 13 daof Aupusf. 1H.:,*;. ; FLORIDA REALTY CO ferson stalled St.hardwood Call floor 42 Jef
and complaints regarding the otherwise the allegations of dale 99.W. ttcbg
requests
Elections & Registrations 3100.00 1,200.00 hearing IComJlalr.t will be taken as confess _.s Of Starke
__ &_....- A *.,.. tn A",. thereafter... if it deems it necessary. !led hv von
Legal Advertising 1000.00 500.00 anu LuLL u. .v '-- -- ----- -- -This'notice shall be publlghee (Guy Andrew. W. B. seveU, jFt Llf SALE-T..o bedroom unf'III' ,,',
Wash Your Clothes I I ed wood
I once each week for four consecutlv bungalow
with fi'
Advertising Delinquent Taxes 350.00 A. J. Thomas) porch. "n'
:? OTIC n TO AI.iRI weeks In the Bradford County TeU ; liiure: > Emory Johns, New liiv > >
Adm. Supplies. Expenses & Insurance 5,000.00 6500.00 At The Tabernacle j Circuit Court Bradford (...t,. craph. | 33s; ; Temple Ave Telephone 383 4tp7.
Florida* I. fh...-ery. I Hated this II I day of July. I" "..> 9 Pounds
Salaries of Juvenile Judge & Counselor 1.300.00 1300.00 (OFFICIAL SEAL : Marke tlorld4i REFINED LADy
(;."Id K SiniiHid.-, Plaintiff. \ < ) Charle A. Dtru wants emaIl fur

Youth Counselling Service & Expenses 735.00 735.00 Another in the series of slides j! lUanche K Snuond-. lM-f.-ndant. I Clerk of th. Circuit Court. i! ni&hed. house n-ar S&.trl" .' 5irr. ,
mission'' Case ;Xo 10-16li2: BT Marian L. Crosby. Depute 1'1.n one off main highway, iVi Si

Sal. of Circuit Court Judges & Secy. 992.12 992.12 of Ecuador and the !Settee Te Appears I I 7 I'! 4t S nCll. For 40c ; IPPOKT1 '\ITUo I J- 1I ;

work being done there will be T... IManche K.: Simond1who<.e IHOOhKttPI\1: ; AMI .UtOIMmi
Salary of County Prosecuting Atty. 300 00 300.00 residents and address I,,: Illil4i i Learn at home in spare tune at lowcost. ( WE WY .\Xil "EU.
shown at the Gospel Tabernacle Michigan. FOR Bins FREE Bleach If Desired! demand I TCHE. iri.: FrH.VI-
347.64 347.64 ljudertnue.. I .r"lt. I Sealed Rids The ev.r-iieeasing I .:lr..J
Salary of State Attorneys will l.c taken up to Furniture ;.
'clok.i| hnrehv notified that a { tor liookkeepi rn'I accountants 1'hone
You
43.
at 7:30: are 10.00 o'clock. August 6.
Saturday night Jf'iS for -
County Jailor 2400.00 2,400.00 divorce custody and maintenance furnishing to the Hoard of County eWe I I makes. accounting one of the best tf.-hn
Martin, missionary ; of nil HIM children i paid profp""i..nlh unlimited opportunities LOST
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Miss Phyllis Commissioners OP.
Maint., Repairs Utilities & Fuel Co. Jail 1.900 00 1,90000 j has been filed against you in the ty. Florida. of Bradford: Coun I f.,r advancements. Many 'I wt about STHAVED 1000 -lila'-k Angu-

600.00 now home on furlough from that j above named Court and cause and former students make $ l,0i)0 t.. 1101 ,- Ibs.. not marked
Law Adm. Supplies & Expenses 800.00 ll>4 i"HI-OX Au"tralis Palm Trfes Will I or branded bob tail
you are required to serve a ropy of I 1,00:) a year and up.Vc have lieen Please n >-
4.:; feet lily P.
high D.
pro-I| and the "
the watering and Reddish
Tubercular Hospital for Indigents 3.50000 4500.00 country will present your answer or pleading to the complaint planting: of these training bookkeepers and accountants I .Starke
palms in
i! on the Plaintiff's Attorney desigflared Your Clothes for over GO >ears. i ,ur Em: I 2t.-lig 7 1 l'
places in I'.radford Dry
400,00
600.00 County.
Insanity Inquiries gram.In Alan I C Wintei. Jr. :>rt\ Florida I I The pl..ym..ntI"pdrtm"t has many i FOrt
Hoard JIXTLak.
4,500.00 I Title P.uilding Jacksomille 2, re erves the right to more calls for lioKkeep. r*. and ai1iouiitants I lrorkl, modI -
4500.00
Welfare Department Appropriations Floridaand. reject any or all bids. I! thin we an fill. Send I two bedroom eon.'r.thi... .k

Relief Allowances 900 00 2.000.00 MurliU. i iKlthlh file the original In the office of I i' Hoard of Bounty I'ommi'"i..nl'r For 20c I-for free i information I bungalow. Colored tile i.tb
Court Of i liradford County. Florida.OFFICIAl. screened
The ( Irrull porch tile
floor.
Court ... .
the Clerk of the Circuit on >I t.i-S IHM\K" I Ol.l.f.l.K. flarage -
Hospital Service for Indigents 10,200.00 8500.00 : Judii-lMl ('Ii'i'"II. la And : ( SKAI.> Driers I I nicely landscaped Mrs. Uer-
before the Automatic
or la New Hume "Study IIUNloaP
t-'..r Bradford C..UB|>. I I 13 da lor111111'1.. 1'.6 I i By Charles A. Darby, Clerk. Flu. don 2101 Somerset ltd., Jarksoi-
2.000.00 2200.00 > I O Rot l.-iZT: Jai I
Service Officer I. ville.
County IX UK.Ctiardianship. 'otherwise the allegations of .iald! 7/6 :::t 7'13MITKK Phone EV-7-1018. 2tp ?Jl '

County Agent's Salary & Expense 3.600.00" 3.900.00Home nf' Morton: .F ('larkOri4I i Complaint will be taken as confessed ,I1"'r"am ...i.reii l .l..r-t-y 1'i-w. FOR SALE-Small

Dem. Agent's Salary & Expenses 2..150.011 2..50.00 TO1.1.. WHOM IT .XIAV <'('N- I This by )'dIJ.notice shall be published I Notice Is hereby given( that the wiKhap; |'n>xunatfly ,',"0 p..iin(1... Imarked | house, nicely furnished Farm Electric good
rrI|> in "ntf.ir < >un ri I
200.00 ,'F.IX.u nee each week for four consecu'l "lInlo".r of Taxes for Trad-: The Washeteria .......i Sheriff's: nffirr lli-liKi pump good well out bUilding'
Demonstration & Illustration Material 400.00 \'.. are hen hy notified thai un- lye weeki in the Bradford ,'I ford County Florida will meetwith Cash or terms. South of Stark.

1..ri n.,1 l itiardian of Merton F Telegraph. the Hoard ..r Countv (","lIml"- turn off at 301
4-H Club Camp (Girls) & State Short Course 200.00 100.00 < I : Ave. Itarkt .li '.'T-June i. in Ijwfey vn-initv; I at Stalling-
i Mark has filed a petition in the l I'.i'-d t : h, '. 'i''i.I i--.0; sioners of said ( .tlntin ttK" of- r..mpa8 Truck Stop about 2 miles of
4-H Club Camp ( Boys) & State Short Course 200 00 100.00 :above styled court seeking authornv OFFlt '1.\1. ::SEAL i Charles A. Darby 't'. e of the lerk of I'ircu.f Court "Ti.,. mnf"\ \ h'>'in t- : : -r i.i. k-tin uitli tattn ll.M. in left
to sell war.l<' remainder interesi at Starke. FL-rida at I'1 <'i> h -' ---. -. I .\ Shultz, Waldo, Fla.
Forest Farmer 1610.00 1.6-10.00 realllI.te ..'1.(1. I "r '.V.-i lug rollar uith A. I I' I
in '.hf following
Fl"i I it.-, ]Ii| 4M7VMronnrtt I Bh.lt. I'lliv _2tp 7 1"
Publicity & Public Improvement 1500.00 1500.00 i in llradford County. .
: >" : ;. .11. -.nville Anyonr j "
to." It: FRANCHISE
da. OPPOUTI'XITy
f..r
Outstanding Indebtedness 10.3;>5.00 10.000.00 Commence at the inter-ecti.-n Business .Km-wiiiK" wlit rralx.iitv write .rl j Stark,. Soft Ice f'ream & Han
That's Our
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I" ..f the .Kast boundary of th- VVT ,z,_, It u i burger Combination Store
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Courthouse & Annex Capital Expense 900 00 500.00J93.7S4.76 : I of the Southwest QII..."" \ sS Freez-Ette rr Wn-e:
a .. North F!' rrti: I'O.
WXNTKI-; *
We Have It |? rs -fill change.I
Equipment for Assessor's Office 1729.44 ..r the Southwest Quart! i ( If It's Glass 'r"ainl \\a-hini, and pulishine ': Box 9594, Jacksoimlli-. K. i
South: I IItang. DAEL
Section :2t! ;. Township 6
I 4 CALL WRITE or VISIT i ar'. Atlantic I i ServictStation; i 2ti 7 J Iii i
Equipment: for Collector's Office 1,67000 : .. :22!: ..:.it with the :N'.ih: 1 j
right-ur-wiy line ..r Statr Micliwaj STARKE FLA.' : t[ T.'ih'-r Huff. :M

X... :2"fl: fur !Point of llee'ii-: :: i Glass Co.FOR St'-hg 7 17V | ,'ali.." liv IIIMM ..( K .1! hi >, .

Total Appropriations $ .21i.W: nine: thence run Westerly Iiti alotii>; I Joe Peters \ \ :NTsl.ai..dight 1 bou.-e-l Write 1'. II |{.., .: t: .-! .. .

said North right-of-way < i I'll
311.05 533.76 K -piiiB r mni furnished by 1'1.oIlf' ''--
Reserve for Contingencies distance of 10( >*9 feet : thenie ruiiNortherly Sunday Monday Tuesday .
I I It..nll.an. Rn-in'" -m- :
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and at right ansls ANY GLASS NEED I ... V-tXTEiI.----hl.ti'.ek.-per '. d.4., .-
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-- July 15. 16. 17 I""y| Ieferen' c' WrittH K I Ir .
week. I! ...
said Xorth right-of-way Iim .i salar I I'lioii"'' I I"'
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Total Cudgel $S,52S.25: : $94,320.52 distance of 300 feet ; thence rutii.Kasterly I DOUiLK FEATrilE{ We Design Modern Store Fronts irradfurd: I .,untv Telegraph lip1m ( II.. .V tune a nilk f.- \1'; ", ,
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and parallel I. Pattern for ; t" '
Just Mail Us A I IV
Fine-* and Forfeiture Fund North right-of-way line a -litance -- Not As A Stranger
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T"hEXI'.r -.1 white lady
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Table HEM'VANTEI .
E.ist
of IftSH feet to the Tops > -Won M. t ,
F.stimate: of Keiripts: boundary ..f said \\' 3'4 ..f Sof \\ With Olivia lie 11.1\iIland. Kotxrf.XI .il.ifl rizak.-i Apply Mrs Norman } housework ., |I" .
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4333 41"I S: Thompson" *" from I 1" .1 III j Mrs C \\. 1-111. .
thence mi:
Taxes I i'J: Mills) on Assessed Valuation of Ntf..r."aid. ill-hum and Frank Sinatra 'H 1 '.' n in. S.i'tirdnv ItuF "'' I.rl. i: 4-"
t.un,1ary
Southerly aI..ngaid East 0'1. 2 ', T
$5,557.otiti.OO: Ul.lH.12' line a distance of :Soft f....' 'II" AM) .
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the point of beginning. 1-1: S.\I.E- .\ i..ni h"I1' all1I111.r. :V U I. Mnl'Elt.V Pl\\'i[ .. i ..
Ra MoniesConfiscated 1. tO.00 .500.00 I The Atomic .., '.
ing Kid -n.-rIt- 7 i 7 ; \\ .dnll':0 In Bradford
I..:and ThItiaid petition "hallb'aril be .;:. /''' .1.! ., 1i-, i Countyl, i\ i il i- ..
Automotive Equipment .IOO.OO 2.20000 hthl' Honorable (i.." I. Starring .Mi<-Uey Kixmej-: ?It. 7 uI i >' writing or .' :It: > : ,1.| .
Patten ;nflf the Judges ..f '.uil }IU"1 f" ]li- \\ I .
11.11t..2 I \I'I! :' .\1:1: I itFI'r tel. ', S I '' '
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Taxes Court. in the Circuit Judges' Mff-.e [ I'lus Cartn fur ChildrenWed. ,., I.tat. Ave. Fr. 2-44-:2.: ..1. --. '. h- ,
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Fines and Forfeitures 25350.00 2S.000'(0( Pradford County. \\'.urth""i'. !. I< ; .\ .J )1. k.nii' ... Ir..ha',. I"laitt' I, 'P 7 -'.
Stark" Florida. on '
Other Revenue Receipts 21.10.00 August S. 1556. at :2:00! : oYlo, k I' M Thur July IS. 19 HUNDREDS \\\OOTFIaH..n.lr.ll.t"| r q|I' ":,'.. '

July 10. l'::,6. |I. BOl'HI.IFE.nln: : < \ dldatl.1 F"'I.'! ;I' -
il: \ M.EI'.v:
-- \\ier 2 II acres
TIIEInX.Y.WX time Reply l to I; .v 4t> -',., d.
s iT'.ii faimire, lent :Xic; 1
From Fort rontn Fla
C.uardian of the Person an.; Escape 1 7
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Total Estimated Receipts 40164.72 $32.700.00 !I. -'I :
r B.-.I-.W I.iRhts.' running water -
l'roi.-rtv ..f Merton K Cl..rkincompetent. of details are managed and economic ,
: in lleej Well Sell for '" ",vh SALE-Two bedrooir,
Lesr. :5 Per Cent 2,003.23 1,635.00$3s,156.49 BravoWith f-.im.,
I .,"J! .i'- >'' ..-.Ian. r.I. I,11'11 ...
71: H 1t' : ally attended that only a trained and y rn.n j one acre land in'j., -
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miles esf .f Stat-ke f.t) hwy I I
\\illiam Holclcn and Eleanor: onvieme'Phone 10.-\V |\1: ,
careful organization can attend when J2.1.:; knojkn as la> le'. hwy See:: .' .
95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 31,063.00: Iii The Count* Jndru's t nurl. In I'arker .rdO" !I' |.
.i n.r all ilav Sunday or write
iinil r..r Itrailfiinl tiiunl.i, Kloriila. the urgent need for"serving is at
lit i P.ox
177
Starke. Fla UpIrirTTAOES KEYSTONE .
i AND- nfJ" K..r I I'M, '
i hanQ.I ,Apt 2 r' ,&' ,
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances $3S.156.49 $31,065.00 IX In UK I'rtihMte: Th. Estate .
Estimated This Year 17.23) 1 Plei,, deceased. v edt or month Maid service.No furnished. .ntrally |i'.eated) 11,
iMilUge Levied Last Year 17.25. rhirann. .. ( ie I
Notice ..f KiiinB, Petition Cur Kliintl !\tarMnaJo..ph CottenPlus I : drinkinr Contact Th.7"1... blork from pubii'i 1..,, h. T.-
Court on 2nl :r.: nulei. South o of blo k
forfeiture fund
fines and I I "h"'Jn'r" -
.1.a.r..1"RlhI..lr..r Cartoon t i--;7 ,t
Estimated Kxpenst-s: ( : I Notic; i hereby ,given that I h.ivetied DeWITT I C. JONES Stark Phone '.i-I. lip I 'ncr A71 mr K'-vqt'.n.-S f M'Kav r-"r!

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Salary of Juvenile Judge $ 300.00 I I >Irat"r'.f my the returns E'tat't as WaltrrFleisrtimann. Fri.. Sat. July 20. 21 Phone 7 Starke, Fla. : W.UTP.IWAXTIhf'all T! l| 511 -t. I'I
_ I ATru.h Slop 'fduXTIOI.o..al I
deceased' That I Ihave I'' DOUBLE FEVTURE I JET A fJAS ulntI' |fjt W,.. _
Heater .
of Juvenile Counselor 1,00000 'I ; -
Salary filed Petition for distr-- r. ede S1.9
my Funeral Director Ambulance Service \\ .\ tales and ervi erpr'.ntatire ner month "I rav r'.,
300.00 button a nit for final discharge antthat The Man From : _
Salary of County Prosecuting Attorney for national < nrmnatirin. If'hl
on the Sth day of AuJoru-

Jalor. County Jail 2.400.00 1O56.! 1 will apply to the Honorable Laramie I Our local fan ril hOme wuWw u ta offer convenience* ,i, fices in all estahlished nrincipal citie I''!O... (No>fi FOR vines K-I.E-lu"rtO. p. Crosby nip,, ",ira,,' II

Theron A. Yawn. County JudKe. ufRradford r-t 2.
flux
Appropriation 50000 I ervlcei tot oth rwU ivaflibl investment. We finance your accounts 184 Starke
Impounding County. Florida for '' .
approval With James Stewart liiTNDARD
I I If you are well knowin
1200.00 I of said final returns and f..rorder
Court 1.000 00 '
Circuit
Fees & Costs of Clerk vonr community writeFred
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of distribution and final 'I.- \ D I -a ss flSSSSfl-SSJJ5S7 6 III !IZP mowed. f'r$2
Fees & Costs of County Judge 5.500 00 5,500.00 charge' as Administrator of ptate :-- I j I."tt".c. P.oom I. 1113 Mary Pt A]No ho,,- .no!(, f.}..;. I

of'IIIt..r Flei.-chmann. ,1-- Pardon My Sarong I I We tanusi the highwt type terrtc* at lowest prices, aidLeoapt I Jacksonville. Fla or phone EX- tncal appllanc "I.-h .. tna.t ,
Fees & Costs of County Sheriff. Auto & S.51 qS! confidential interviewI ,. irons mixers .
ceased.This With Bud \hhott ANT life Insurance policy in force isaued ANTI Itchgj P *, *" fan. !
l'niforms 12.000.03 15.50000 the 10 day of .!uh'. l'--.o. X. Lou C.o-.kUo by I rne 4 -T -tp 7 2BRADFORD !

, CHAP.LEiS M SCHM1TT': : Plus Serial Chap. ;5 and Carton. I company u payment In pan or ta full OB a funeral i FT'P. S 1jr'.dslori'' ] ; C.as !
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" Bailiffs & Deputies 50000 .Ailni.n-trat' ..f tht Kst.ve FlT S.LE-targe n"d .
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CoosoltAUon carrie S''' f; <1"r' (> V"l. i Tl'e F
Wa.t. : Fr.h"i.! d.c..is. ao obllf&Un. 'P "<1'J' C,._ ,,
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Sheriffs Commissions on Fines Collected 1.00000 7 '. 4": I im '.J.! x .n ":j niand.rg p." ..; h ', "tO-: I I"h J',.. :" 1':
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