Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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With Warning i For U. S. 301Highway

F Increased Levy Prospects

Mayor Praises r. Pledge Loom Closer For StarkeAction

Deputy Proposal Given By Clay Budget Likely For When Next City Fiscal Council YearPropt'ut. Adopts

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prast'i Shenff P D. "t.' :: aic-urwice that
.-. < I', either by tax.ttion or hike in utility i'ateloofllt'd Lix'>! ,
Reddish'.s plans for adding ne ::1\ will "help out"1D
deputy but he once again can Stews 'v 'oIl'IIIngof U. S. 301. tt-huh week as- the City Council dwelled Tuesday on it.I' ".\, ,

: tioned city policemen about serving u ,1.! ti.iffu' through Starke need 1 for sewer lines and! similar improvements.

I For the ,
as the sheriffs "errand boys" I.'Aiev. second I i : -

"He's doing a fine thing in i n Cu'ii'.tv'! Circuit Court Again? meeting City Clerk Ci

adding a deputy." said Jackson But Not 1 'S ti L Tilley wrote Drad- asked councilmen to d'i.sideiation <

in City Court Monday "The traffic : f l ,i (':".ik Charles Darby: of rexu in .

is getting so heavy we nee: < Hu.iid i members wish tii' > Slip And Slide i"e.isurc.s until Vie IJ',7{ ; :

more law officers. i1' .. i that Clay County will I.' presented pr bahu "; <, -,

"And I want you to help th" BreezyKnees 0' pie! necessary rights of This i is a greasi Mibj.-H. be.'r. .

sheriff in emergencies But on.-e ,;. that part of U. S. 301 particularly after all the .Johns warned the ( .>,I.l! !:
4 more. I'm asking you to remember through Clay County gre.iiiiiuiWflI almiltMarKe's weeks ago the city wi,!! j;,.. .:' -

I :you're working primarily for i ..: .' 11..1.! -- of U. S. 301 cut a- street sweeper lieing tons financial Clln<< .t-o-: : .

the city and not the county ,' ( ; -i\' County but Clay of- *" creasy. Hut. Ot. 1. Yet. he said th,. ( '",.'
.-nlof iliores are iinohed in holding/ political office hut the Don't be his errand boys and r ___ i- :i tvtshown little inter- Major \\'. T. J.u ......II had !iould not intelligent\! kr < .

State Klection Code said nothing about this! It all came about in don't do his routine work for 0'-- .'I t:widening program be- :i greasy confession to make until it began work <''i. '

the past few dajs with the illness of the Bradford Courthouse jani-, him." i ."-0 'in! i mad has small impact ttl the ('itt-, Cmimil Tue".ul.iyoiijde budget

officersieid '' Ja( kson reminded the .1 .ic uiinty. .. 1'our 1'ossiiiilities
tor. The burden of housekeeping/ fell on the county police ( it:1. raining water
I H1: :' 1 Hi .idford has been nnuh This Tuesday John
\ntf l.rm.m hi this imposed (honest!) jthturt are Circuit force that the City Council agreed :- lint gre.tse.) a '
a mighty _ _ ',' .
th- i-viii because it is a majort' Council there were tour ,
two weeks ago that all It seems Police ChiefV.. K.Thornton iu
Court Clerk Charles Darby and Tav Collector J. I: Kelly. ,
persons arrested ty policemen i":: ,irtery in the county. And carried the |xilii<* open for increased let,':. a i. H.

first must be put in the city jail. t- II' .u.'i: the State Road Depart- car down tit tltdf shopsViturdaj listed them as:

Council Says City Not At Fault It's up to the mayor to decide II I."' 'MS S610.000 budgeted for and had it greased li' An additional fiu< ;p' '
.t'. Marke i I' ,r. it won't proceed unless t.x on utilities. Stati. ,, .
whether they can be prosecutedby in the hottest \\I'.II'IUI1I'atlll'r of the summer. with grease ami the greasy t \ -
should be Ira ::1"' 'III1I.'S acquit the right of nil I mils 10 per cent but Si 1 HK.' ,
thecity or turned Harris, ('lIlIIfurl-Iu\ing manager of tin- londa. Theatre, lat the < nged. -
over to county authorities. heat hy in 'i 1'hl'Ith... policeman on duty rently levies only five
apjM-aring; Bermuda shorts for liu regular Sunday morning iM
Power Failure Brings Complaints "I have 13 more months in trmayor's > shop shine. i:: ,i.In.: : n 1 li.ts: taken the netesalV Siindaj. not !Knowing: :ih..uttI" 2> A sewer tax.
"II ( larK! (.aide "
tan wear em why can't I'? <'ommintrd .
initial but 3i,
Duval Increased
chair to straighten this steps. and grrasj grease job the daylefore. uate r itt.:
thing out and I intend to do it." HarrisProduction ('lav were dragging ttlCT! feet. I took HIP \.chub, tii a 4\ A hike in ad va'rir-! ,

EUtru ..amand not the rity. denlvaned between zero and said Jackson. Clay County's agreement stems local serxice'I station and had<<1 1it v huh currently are ;'1'I'; ; '

ate to blame for motors and! all ;500. kilowatts thus putting all appliances -| The mayor on previous occasions Drops 50 Per Cent from a "bargain" made with the greased with grease and mills.

conditioners burned out during on a strain. has criticized the sheriff"use Bradford Connty CommissionClay greasy nil hanged. But he said again Coon, ii "i.: :

the iccent power interruptions Immediate remedial action conSIsts of city policemen in routine was eager to pave five milesof "I wanted to iii.lke this not intelligently hike rc-.e-i ?

th> Staike Council said this week of shutting off all the power functions. Both the policemen BROOKER FARM 1 REVENUE DOWN\ "Chicken P.oad"around Lake greasj' confession Iwfore the ,'without first knowing nt'I: '

The Council indicated power Once power production is and the sheriff have maintained Geneva but fouaj six-tenths of greasy stories got around." anticipated expenditure.

fluctuations and eut-offs are nec- i steady again he saId refrigerating they have been cooperative with- the road fell within Bradford commented I Ja<'Kson. One of those citing th cut'! .'.! '."

I'ssarhazards.. And if burnedout I and similar units all over out abusing the relationship. It \'. 'is a hail season '! tam- hi---. :1' "'Uptll",! with, 55.790; ('ount'. 6reay.! isn't it ? more revenue was .Mayor \\' T

electrical units result, it's beI town must be started from a dead | The issue became somewhati eii out Br's ke I' waanord, I- hag> pnulUK-d bv Brooker In 19- Suite Clay couldn't spend its Jackson who comment r:"

Htise electricians failed to install standstill. i complicated when Reddish re- ing to report just released bv :;:> While the 19.V: : crop brought money on Bradford County rm- "I town is growing so fast -, u:,11 a 11.r ,

proper cut-out switches.So This overloads the lines so i vealed he paid fees to policemeni R A Nettles Jr. manager of the them 170.159. this year's failure provements. it appealed to Bradford !- has to be done."

concerned was the Council workmen must go through the i who made arrests in cases uncle' Brooker State Farmf'l'slal ket. brought only an estimated $28..0 .- to pave the six-tents stretch Brain Hemorrhage Sewer Tax I'rged
lengthy of cutting on thepowt"r
about the problem that it decided process section. I I county jurisdiction. At Jackson's : Excising produce that was .;. t,) Brooker growers, less than for $14,000. ,la: <'kson. who has no \ote on Mil
to require installation of cut- by I! request he discontinued the brought to the market from outside the ost of seed and fertilizer. It was then that Bradford got Council ind can only make 1'-

out ;switches in a new electrical "The city" cannot be: termed. re- practice until it was decide! if the Brooker area. Nettles1': CUl'umbersOre another item the verbal promise that Clay Blamed In Death I i nimendations advocated a :Si! MI
said WasdinThe
i-ode. which it plans to adopt Aug. sponsible. electrical code. which i 1 the money could be accepted by report indicates Brooker growers' showing: a large increase in Net right of way could be acquired Sever lax with the revenue to be

7 new the city instead of the policemen themselves produced less than'; tle's 1956; report but here again for U S. 301. By spending $14- used for sewers "and nothing
Numerous Complaints the Council plans to adopt Aug. I half of the foodstuffs '! in the south end of the ?lse" He said the -'.
individually. they did in the figures meant no added jinglein 000 county Of Guard Member tax \1 III ;
7. is a modification of Gaines'ille's ;
fit\ Clerk Carl Johns said he Only last week Reddish announced 15T>5, and likewise experienced a | the pockets of Erooker grow- the Commission mad" progressfor raise $15.000 to $1S.000 annuaiKReferring
has been read
\ new code. It
hat": received numerous complaints he planned to add a 50 per cent cut in revenue compared | improving U. S. 301 in the to Councilman I K:

about burned out motors and air and current approved by electrical Wasdin who is second full time deputy to his with previous year. )I ersAbout half the cukes marketed: north end. A braID hemoithage took the I-lark's effort two weeks; ajjo i
the city inspector -
conditioners because of power well Staike electricians staff and put the two in uniforms Actually, the Brooker market : there came from the J. R. Wainwright "1 believed them when they life of Starke Guardsman Charles :I raise the city's minimum w tt(<':,
as as most -
fluctuations last Saturday and I and distinctively-painted vehicles this season handled 100.032 said I'rate he added. "If I iouiM! )h.n.
!I units farm east of Starke. i j they'd acquire the right of E. Green during the Guard encampment -
Monday I to patrol the highways. !' of produce, compared to 116- j Wainwright took cucumbers to, way," said Bradford Circuit Court at Ft. Stewart Ga.. voted I'd have voted! with voi

Noting that the large air conditioner Code DiscussionThe I I During Monday's: City Court ] 391 In 1955 and gross sales total-;' Brooker because of (h. ....w-rt-na- h rk. (> r v. "But I feel much an AiniV uutnnov revttalttrf thu < Clark's proposal 1u> mm* the
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at Canova's Drug Store code was discusser at length -i t prO etmgs. MJ .O* fouud tl'.reei''PIt ;:5555 J -_r..glst 'o')1-,Ot facilities uc the market "''1cre. 1"h'l 110B. '" 0 .. ,

was one unit affected he toM by the Council *ruesti.''/. upoi'1\j men Claude Starling FreJ j i i the previous year. But not air;, Terrific Beating The $14.000 expenditure for the Examining surgeons indicated Sure Thing

the City Council Tuesday that the request of electricians E. R. '', Bryant and Perry Kite guilty!I Ii : of this money went to Brooker' Brooker growers also took at "Chit ken Road" will come from i Pfc Green had "some underlying

"it played havoc." i I Moench. M. C. Wells and Fred i I of public intoxication and sentenced -i: growers. Much of the produce terrific beating in the bean re- Bradford secondary gas tax money difficulty" which led to the hemorrhage Statesmanship or no, there'saluays

He added. "The electricians are i i Graudon. them to $2:) fine or five :' handled by the market this sea- j partment with production and ( and death after he was politics to ('on
100 per cent to blame. An inex- The electricians wanted<< Starke | days in jail. I| son came from outside Bradford t revenue registering about a third I struck on the neck by a softball' Thi. was pointed up in City

pensi\e automatic cut-off switch j I newcomers to pay the city an in- 'I. Fred Elkins, charged with running 1 County. i iI of 1935; totals. The three \'arielies' In U. S. CourtRobbery's I July 4. Council Tnelay when City

should be on all motors and air I itial $150' fee for doing business !I : a red light, forfeited a $10 Totals Shrink of beans marketed (pole cran: The official cause of death was !' Clerk Carl Johns was patiently -

conditioners so the unit will automatically I the first year in tarke, theq 'I'I'I bond.A i 1 I A true picture of how Brooker berry, and snap) yielded 5.979 :, listed as "generalized subarchnoid I li..tinprudent, reasons

cut off when voltageis I I $10 annually thereafter. The charge of intoxication and farmers fared is obtained by sub- hampers in 1953.:') Receipts total- hemorrhage involving cerebrum' why the Council should hold

low. I I Council changed the initial fee I reckless driving against Henry I I I trading estimated; totals of outside ': ed $16.231.50! as against $51.4SO.- Trio cerebellum and medula." off considering new tax measures -

"Electricians should have installed from $150 to $100. I Parrish of Gainesville was post-j I produce from the gross fig-[ 35 in 1955.: : The accident occurred when' a little longer.

them for protection of the The electricians explained the poned until July 23 at the request -''I ures. With this, totals shrink to:j Pepper scored a big productionloss Green and four others were Interrupted Councilman I.

people'o II high first year fee is designed to I II of Joe Wilcox and M. Par- I: an estimated 51.000 packages a-I, (from 12.455 tubs in 1955 to Given Extension i watching supervised athletic ac- i K (Clark "But Carl, what if
Guarantee curb "drop in" electricians who : 5 and dolI closed iI it before electIon -
rish of Gainesville. i gainst 116.391 in 19r a 3.983 tubs in the season just tivities. A wild pitch from a comes right,

"There's no power plant in the I handle big jobs cut-rate then I lIar gross of $147,251, compared'II but a more than average I game of "catch" struck him on ?"

world that can guarantee 100 per I leave town.Other I, with $311,821 the year before. I price this year ($4.49)) broughtreceipts i Two young sa.lors: and a girl the neck and he fell unconscious' There was laughter, a-s Johnstemporarily

cent 24-hour uninterrupted ser- I changes include: I Farmers Can Get Drought late cold, and damag-i i to $17.83 as compared i involved in the $28.448 holdup of I almost immediately. i foun,I hiftself at

Y l'e." I 1 All new installations will have; ing April winds account for I II I with $27,542 in 1955: when the the Florida Bank at Starke were Guardsmen immediately ad- loss of words.
The Council agreed by asking circuit breakers instead of the !I most of the poor yield in the average was only $2.29. I
'I given another week to decide ministered artifical respiration,
I upon -
Johns to include provision for automatic -j] old fashioned fuse box; metal Six Cent Refund 1 Brooker area. II j ji I' Cucumbers sold at Brooker this I their plea before U. S. District and a doctor injected adrenalin. ] minimum water rate from $135to
cut-off switches in the in :
conduit is not
necessary Kettles' report shows that the
tubs with
i totaled 8,479 receipts $2 5,000 gallon died witha
year per
I I Judge Bryan Simpson of i iI He was pronounced dead an hour
proposed new electrical code. homes; no wires smaller than Brooker market 57,545
; of $26.454, as compared Jacksonville acci- 2-2 vote. Supporting the raise
minutes the
and 15
Power Plant Supt. Riley \Vas- !I number 12 are used in any house. \ On Gasoline Taxi I p bags of potatoes in the season I with 3.123 tubs and $7.300 in I I Charged with the actual robbery dent. | was Clark and Ewell Lawson. Opposing
dm pinned the blame for power Reason for the new code said
just closed at an average of 52.- I 1955. However. around half of is Clinton E. Withington. 19. were T. C. Hazen and Mrs
fluctuations on worn parts in I City Clerk Johns, is that the oldi i I 129 for a gross of 13177805. But these were imports from Starke. I in Army officials concluded the :Ruby Johns. Council Chairman

Rome of the generators. He said i' one is confusing and leads to mis- farmers now are eligible ,. little of this money stayed in the I, Other crops showing small Charged to as conceal assessories.the robbery.conspiring death occurred in the line of duty. i':James A. Lewis on vacation at
Michael J. Takos. who
power output on one engine sud- understanding. cents Brooker area. Some 45.000 of the and Capt. the time to break
for refund of six for I gains production price-wise 1\ are Marvin Fredrickson. 19. andMiss conducted the autopsy, said. : was not present
gallon of gasoline used for total bags handled came from were Fordhook limas eggplant. I the tie.
every : Mary Ann Reid. 23. ;
death of this would
Attorney Reveals I Bv Citv Council :I agricultural purposes. I Alachua County through a pro-|! okra, and peanuts. i All three are expected to enter "Sudden indicate that type there I Seek Sewer Extension:

Ij II j And the red tape for acquiringthe ducer who used Brooker market These were far overshadowed | pleas before Judge Simpson I must apparently have been some underlying I Talk of needed revenue croppedup
Shifty Method Of refund has been cut to the facilities because he also had pot- i i however by lowered revenue fromi today (Friday.) i difficulty to enable extensive again this week when M. A.
Probe Of Gratis bone according to County Agent atoes in that area i squash. field peas butter beans, I :
; | When they appeared in the U. I damage to occur following such! Payne and J. W. Thomas sought
George T. Huggins. | Potatoes Wiped Out ] corn and cantaloupes. (Continued lOu
Shine Qaerntion S. Court last Friday, a postponement I relatively -insignificant; trauma on Page
I Actually the refunding pro- Brooker potatoes were almost i i The average unit price paid at : for Withington was requested I
i (shock) .
Oitv Attorney Arch Thomas Jr Power Ordered gram comes in two parts. one completely wiped out by the late Brooker this season all crops | by his attorneys, Ellis T. Fern-

s mournfully contemolatin? thepf'ohlq from the Federal government'Iand winter freezes and drought and was $2.40 as compared with 2.. \ andez Jr. and Osmund E. Bell. I I "One cannot be sure of the 'Civilian Soldier
the other from the State Produced only an estimated 6S 1955. exact cause-effect relationship
; methods of moonshin- 12.500 in Then, when Fredrickson appeared -
The Federal which the blow of a Softball mavhave Unit Back On Job
these government. pro- in to plea. '
ers days.At What's happening to the $250 doubt as a ,
the sem-
gram is brand new. although the : Conner Acquires said "this is seriougorrense" had in participating
stake is the question of monthly the City of Starke is state was enacted three'' \ THANKSi Simpson a orrhage which led to the pati- After
whether ?tarke can acquire a program i and gave him a week to TrainingMembers
paying Bradford Enterprises the ents death"Teenager
second police patrol car for years ago.Every Agency Interest : City Police Officer E. F. Illest'pC'.i'ed think it over.
organization winch sparked the gallon of gasoline earries >
free I a "thanks" this week for The girl was not brought in- of the Starke unit of

Starke has two confiscated: location of the Big Dad plant in a three cent Federal cent tax. But I In Dade CountyState hauling in a St. Petersburg motorist. to the Court since attorney Hans Draws the Florida National Guard witha
farmers can get a two refund -
moonshining vehicles on hand Staike? I G. Taenzler Jr. already had Secured $7,626 payroll to spend. were
simply by filling in an application I
One is a dean ">52 four-door The City Council wants to size Some time he stooped a' a postponement. Curfew SentenceIn back on their jobs this week after
the of a postal Rep Doyle E ConnerStaike ; ago.
Burck and Mayor W. T. Jackson know. but quick And if it doesn't yellow !Mercury convertible be- Withington has been identified returning Sunday from two week

said it would make an excellent ?et the information by Aug. T card.The State puts a seven cent insurance agent has acquired -: cause it was weaving on the road as the armed 1andlt'ho enteredthe Starke CourtA at Ft. Stewart, Ga.

addition to police equipment.But it'll\ cut off the pa\"n1f'nts. tax on every gallon. Farmers can i iget an interest in a newlvppened late at night. Determining the bank's back window in the While at camp the civilian s.-!
Most adamant about checking insurant a ...nl'i" Mi I early hours of July 5, held all fliers participated in about even
law sa's'ehirlt's tired and
Plate_ four cents back by; applyingto girl driver was sleepy, ()
3 days
ant: be confiscated if they hw": into the payments is the Counril's the State Comptroller in Talla- ami. ,he prohibited her traveling further the employees captive as they 9 p.m. curfew for conceivable exercise possible for
made off handed in City'
I reported to work. and was the sentence
single fem-'le member. Mrs. an ordnance support unit
hens acimst them providing the hassee. I Conner saW he is in partnershipwith without getting some rest. i ; '
bankault's driver -
with S23.HS after the Court :Monday to a 'teenage
;:en-holder knows nothing of the Rubv Johns. But several chimedin Huggins has all the forms. and' I Thin week, he received a note .' One activity included a thrfe-
Charles Hutto Jr. in the in Mayor -
time lock went off the fourth sentenced
v ehicle illegal use. Consequent- during Tuesday's meeting to he said the procedure has been from the :girl: \, Carrie Iidu'.la. She effortto day field exercise in support of a
moonshiners make say their efforts to find out details both Conner-Hutto Insurance A ('nry : He was apprehended in com- \V. T. Jackson's recent number of armored units s'ter-
sure For
most vastly simplified. refunds I wrote:
eouipment has liens have been fruitless. the farmer has to keep in Miami. Hutto is the Miami panv with the aicessones. nine impress youngsters with the ed over an area of 15 to IX' mile-,
'hen rolling only
"I'd like to thank you again
hotilater Most of the moneywas necessity of traffic safety. ,
The lien to the moonshiner is Council discussion disclosed theagrt"t'ment track of gasoline usage. agency's general manager and You probably saved my life and Within the Starke Company n-
I recoveredRegulatory Sentenced was Robert Moore tart teams were rer,">OnslhJt.! f,.reach
s ort of insurance that: he will in order to induce "Probably only a half dozf'n''Bradford Conner will continue full-time for that I can't think you enough."
j.'. he vehicle back.TIIIt' Big Dad to locate its clothing farmers are getting the ,, operation of his Starke .1zenl'I \' Kelly. 17. who was found guiltyof unit's vehicle maintenance.
I I FunctionOf running a red light. Kelly's only whether wheel or track
s the case of the 1952:: nlant hereas for the city to State refund. said Huggins. "It's Conner said Hutto initiated the
'Chamber Fund Drive comment was the light "might On July 14, Starke's Cornp. .' ('
>'.i 'k Thomas wa advised re- furnish utilities free for 10 years. hard to understand why more :Miami venture by seekin! ti associate -
But the was to !t* sine Utilities Agency have been red when I went under received the retired trophy of the
em'the' vehicle is registered payment don't take advantage of it. with an established insurance Nears Final Stagesi "
'ni name nf John L. Henderson roundabout. as provided by special it has been on the books three agent. Hutto was train- Explained To Rotary it. but it was pretty close. Staff Sergeant Shelly Hubert Da-
Jackson told the youth he was .Vant Award for the efficiency -
". Whitehouse. And the Lake legislation Big Dad pays the years. ed in Conner's Starke asencyi I i :\ Marian Howe of the ,'i, streets at highest ,
Bi\ .-k Co of Belle Glade holdsa utility bill. then the city turns an "Both refunds are so simoJe ,i i i Conner said Hutto needed some i Starke Chamber! of Commerce An explanation! of the functions expected to be off the when at-: in the 124th Infantry Re>:.-

S6n4: henApparently f'quail amount over to the Cham- a man with ona tractor will find I:| experienre,! help. partic ularlv in [ this week reminded the Ch mt>;er'f of the Florida l\ailroaJ and ft p.m. n, htly. except 'mt'nt.
1 her of Commerce. The Chamber. them he added. i Comm.ssion: was tending church or securing police -; This award was for service when
the only way for. profitable. '1 contracting with insurance com- | membership drive still is underway Pur'ic' Utilities I
the vehicle is in cOt11f'rationith Bradford He said some farmers doubtless I| oanies. with another few days tc !given at the Rotary Club Wednesday permission. ,the Starke unit was in the 48th

'ne city, to keep the lien or (2)) Enterpr.ses. handles the rest. dislike buying gasoline from ': "I simply helped sign up com- :' .,0'. bv P }I. Schuchart directorof And he instructed police to ,Infantry before it was changed to
'j"" 'a\ off 0I
1 The Council verbally was told bulk: dealers in minimum 25 gal body's public pick up his driving license if he the 48th Armored Division.
Druxv the Lake Buick Co. is in- i j panics aided him in getting:: I She said the Chamber: has en- the regulatory
V 'lve.i moonshine operations the utility bill\ would be about lons loU as required by the State j started. and retained an interest I barked on a mail campaign trI utilities department.The violated the sentence.
n I
whict would be a mighty hard: I'15125 monthly Mrs. Johns said refund but he saiJ most dealersare j! in the business." he said I raise the orgamzation's budget speaker' said that the commission Jackson as he had on three Legion Dues Hiked

th' to do even if true. its now reached the $250 mark. glad to provide storage facil- \ "I will devote full time to mvasency i S3.000 over last year's. protects both the interests -, previous occasions while sentencing -
ng and Councilman I. E. Clark! said ities. in Starke and will serve j I! Mrs Howe still is using a unique -I' of the public and of the .teena ers. lectured the youth The Starke American Legion. at

The III ht'r't'hic1e if a 1946 it's "soon going/ over $300." I I The philosophy of the refundis Hutto only in an advisory capacity -j device for Inducing membeir | utility companies. seeing that 1 on the necessity of safe and sane its last meeting, voted to raise

Ford which probably: is a little j City Clerk Carl Johns said that gasoline tax money is usedprimarily ." he added. I to pledge. by hanging the names each: gets fair treatment in the : driving practices. annual dues from $3 to $5 a

ild or a patrol car. It was confiscated I| $30.000 to $40.000 was raised I for road building, butI Conner carries a full line of of paid-up members from the matter of rates and return on in- Noting that running a red light I I year. I II

a couple of weeks ago I I locally to finance construction of I tractors and similar farming implements insurance at his Starke agency. Chamber ceiling with wire. Those vestment.The !I is an offense usually resulting in I I Reason for the change was that l li

when its driver. Arthur Henry,i I I the Big Dad building. It wasn't I do not use the high- The Miami agency at the cutset. I not yet paid are strung up with (i speaker was introduced by i I; a fine, he said he chose the curfew i $2.50.of the annual dues goes to

enough. so Big Daj interests l ways. Consequently the only restrictive will carry fire casualty bond string. W. H. Graham who had chargeof alternative because he believed 'national and departmental head- I

iiJ Stamvood of St. Petersburg. ""asfmeJ took a first mortgage on the entire provision is that the I and the hke. with prospects it will 1, Point of the gimmick is tc the program. I it is a more effective demonstration -1 quarters This left an insufficient .

,1 $500 for hauling 100 gal- building and furnished fund gasoline muat be used for stnct1 include life insurance at a later "get off the str'r. and on the The new president. Judge G of the r.eed for safe amount to carry on the II III

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Farmer's Rev. Jameison yielded and let
DiaryBy CLAY HILLby Rev. Prevatt bring the message. her Masters Degree Reading
We just learned that the Training The Moody Trailer Court is Helps
I Sam McGarvey Union School
:Mrs. J. L. .StricklandftAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA at Long Bancii busy these days, with seven: house StudentsA
Scene Church is growing nicely and one
Changing .
trailers settled the
tented] Owner of land with tobatt of the leathers says that it has in shady spots remedial: a!: '! 'I.I. .. .

Fain a finger down Tax Assessor Gene Long's allotment! null rents it for SIt ,) Miss Gloria< Starling of \Iant'tta helped the church more than anything folks with their do electrical families.and The plumbing men leading p:.<>giam. ltd. ,r<'.1 i '. ... _
!n a>'n>. Under the land else. This is good news to
book and different ide of programhe usited relatives here last week. work wherever h ._ .
.t>.e.mtnt you see a ( an be paid about S1SO an arit us. as we worked so hard to get they find It in the by the Library :V:: .. "
Her mere, Ann Padgett. accompanied
Bradford (County.As > for not renting it or planting the TU started there.J. surrounding counties. They are at the l"SO Center h.!- i I.r r .
her home to spend" a few
hard as it may be to believe, Bradford ttobatTo. What would you do? days with Grandmother LottieStarling L. Strickland went to Duval from Alabama. number of students. I.: .: '

has 20 tourist motels with something like 230; and family. Medical Center last Tuesday for Mrs. :Mary Snowden is visiting kh'ol: I Supervisor I.. HI; b-. ':

units. Way over a majority of the units are inLong's The Pat Millers had a pet racoon Mr and Mrs. Clyde Padgettand his regular check-up and teamed her daughter, Mrs. Ome Rauler- The program offers :i-h"I t per.
named Racky and this poor that he has a tumor on his son in Raiford this week. iods of instruction and i pan -.i ., .' ..
"super" Class A, which means they come family of Tampa were call-
old 'coon got very perplexed one upper lip. lie went back this weekto Mrs. Erie :Moody of Palatka. individual basis.
complete with tiled baths, television and other This.umni" ist unusual ing on relatives here last Satur-
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day. Seems the Millers put some have it removed. Barney Moody of Lake Wales Assisting in this |phase .,f : .
conveniences attractive to the traveler. to, u> lop !n ilif lust time day.
ice cubes Mrs. Fred Mrs.
in a pan of water, and Lang is recuperating Tom Hodge and daughterof Summer Program has ht<'r: :\1: ,
Most of them report business is good. Albert since wove been hei' th.ite Hacky had a lot of fun handlingthe Mrs Lottie Johns and daughter after undergoing surgery recently Leesburg. Mrs. Xona Brown Verna Demorest. Mr<, C.t.

Sappenfield owner and operator of the new haven been.1 aping with the cubes of ice. Of course, they of Port Orange spent Sunday in Baptist Memorial Hi/>- and son of Ft. Myers and Mrs drews. Dr. I'lorene .I.-nI'1); ;' I'
whatnot. Right with her sisters, Mrs. Susie ?adgett -
Trail Motel I at Uuvtey, reports: a "turn 'em away" weeds bugs or melted, and then Racky almost pital in Jacksonville. Mrs. Charles Fronie Johns of Auburn dale attended L. Overturf and student .h-: c!:',
of Hill,
farmers Clay and Mis A-
now we are porch" went crazy hunting for them.He'd Corbert is also recovering after funeral: services for O B Pat Humphries and Vm.i .Ic.
business since opening manda of .
and we are getting rested stir his paws through the Manning Lawtey.Mrs. an opeiation. llo..d.lat. Sunday. Gentry.
Adding up the tourist trade with motels restaurants for our next berry crop. Whenwe Willie Padgett spent the
up water and hunt and hunt and Clifton Carter returned fio'i.'r ._
and service stations, we can only deduce get into that. there'll tc very hunt Rut what are we laughing weekend with her parerts, the the hospital ..et'enlly. but .- i> >t -- {
the Starke-I-iwtey area is fast becomingone little time to sit down and relax Ceif Godwin, in Maxville, and .
that about Lots of tunes we do the allowed tn l hIt a n>thing >ei *: i
the country's finest motel center same thing looking for something had the unhappy experience of it will be winif time heio't'[ Il': .- lo E
from it. We Sam learned one thing this getting tangled up with a blacksnake able ,
Hut the end isn't in sight far we've replaced. In \ tk ag.l: iTThEtLff J
1-cylindei e e while there. She doesrdknow
remembering the Florida Turnpike will be week about a 2-cycle
keep Starke with all-important gasoline engine.. It requires: oil in Looks like there is going to be just how it happened but ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLONG
three miles from an her feet and the snake becani-' i iSao0 !
won't run
Bradford with the gas. or it a bumper crop of field corn this
interchange located just east of town. tried it withoutthe tangled in some \":Iand, she BRIDGE
Sam knows. He year. We were in a field owned
funnel handling traffic to and couldn't tell who was seated the :!:1 li; MONTHLY PAYMENTS .. (
thus becomes a oil and about pulled his arm by Morris Brown, near Worthington AND NEW RIVER $4 f\.19
Tennessee, and points: worst. Shirley the snake. But
from Georgia, Alabama out of its socket trying to start Springs this week that u or .

North and West. the lawn mower. Seems ther estimated will yield about 135 she finally managed to kill the Mr. 1.:1, Sappl11111111i11111111111111 $.76O -- 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS ,
And we can't forget that the turnpike will must be oil with the gasoline tc bushels per acie. The secret to snake so looks like she get the $$2ft 1T
best of the deal.Mi. .
not have overnight accommodations for tourists. act as a peal for compression, and this extraordinary yield is that '
". and Mrs. \\ M. Hal: and
The wayfarer will have to leave the pike to find also to lubricate the piston. about 60 Ibs of Anhydrous Ammonia daughter of Jacksonville spent I Our t' uimmunitv \vi.atlue.l ;'c i LOANS UP TO $2500.00
from home. S e e were applied, in additionto by the death of one of our tired !<>
his home away Sunday afternoon with the l Ernie
One of the calves has a big regular starting fertIlizer. citizens, O B Moody. l.t>t Kn-.
What then? All phases of the tourist business S e Padgetts at Clay Hill.
on a knee joint and WE day night Our out
swelling sympathy
the possible exception of curios, already Little O J. Padgett/: son of :Mr. goes
are wondt'ringthat could have Had some peanuts this week to the Moody family.
sewed up by South Florida are }IH>und caused it. The calf is lame anc that had just been dug. and theyare and Mis. Yougan Padgett, fell ona Mr. and :Mrs Everett Lane .ir I
bottle and cut a piece out of
to benefit. is falling off some because h really good that way. Most family of St. Pett'rsburg1'lIc" Why Put Off '
his right leg at the knee. He is ,
We can foresee boom in local businesses can't chase and catch his mammy people like them U boiled. though. getting along nicely, however Mrs Fronie Moody the first of
We State Road at feeding time, but otherwise ii, last week. They all spent the
catering to the traveler. canit'e and will soon be good as new l
U. S. 301 in is bright-eyed and healthy look Got a big mess of Sand pears weekend fishing and bathing on .f
ultimately rivaling
the west We did not have noise
100 to this week. and now we'll be ableto enough Santa Fe Lake.
count. And, eventually Road 100 should ing. around here, so last week a sawmill Needed *
traffic SHear have a dish fit for a king Miss Ethel Cook of Jack-on- Repairs Paint Your House
be studded with motels, restaurants and the like that back in the terriblt deep dish pear pie. Alice is goingto moved in between us and \'ilIe"isited from Tuesday until

in its own right. drought in Texas a few yean try to freeze some, too. the highway on Pete Bnnson s Saturday with her cousin. Moss Add a Room Screen Porches
S *. e land, to cut Pete's timber So
Which brings us to the point. Isn't it time ago it was so bad they had t< with the mill chain saws, Peal I I';ivender.Mr. .
Every once in a while we meeta jet and Mrs. Mammie BUILD A GA2AGE
toad Rauler- ADD A
for Starke interests to start plugging State irrigate one of the ri\ers. planes from Cecil field. and BATH INCLUDING
Federal new family that has just moved son of Jacksonville were dinner FIXTURES
? Designation as a SEPTIC TANK WATER
100 as a Federal highway in and they like ourselves banking dogs all combined, this -
route would serve Starke interests tre The good rains this season han when we first came here do not neck of the woods is about as Sunday.guests of Mrs. Emily Moody last SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING -

mendously.One certainly been a big help so fa know anything about farming. noisy as New York City. Roy Turner attended the Turner ; LABOR AND

point of view is that )because of the as raising cows is concerned. Oui but think it will be fun to try. Bessie Strickland has an infected family reunion held in Douglas MATERIALS

Turnpike Federal designation ii is inevitable for have mended from the winter We listen quietly until they say. left foot that is causingher Ga. last Sunday.
and now are getting into piet \Applications; Our Office No Obligation
100. But a little pushing from influential sources ",\nll we'll have some hogs, and much pain. Cause unknown, We are glad to have Oscar

here might speed the day considerably. good shape. There is plenty o then Sam about explodes. He unless it is from eating too many Gibson back with us again from Store Hours: Open ;:00 Till ;5:30 Monday Through
grass now and not lake it waa wants to say "Don't do that unless tomatoes and watermelons. Sometimes Reidsville, Ga.
year ago when it was so dr' Friday. Close Noon on Saturdays
they her out.
you have good fences, but Mrs. Jessie Lazenby and mother -
the cows couldn't get enough t< he doesn't. He figures they would- We are looking forward to services :Mrs. Rhoda Dowling of

Unmourned DemiseIn eat. n't listen anyhow and the only Saturday night when Rev Gainesville spent the weekend STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
way they will learn is bv buyinga Jamt'ison111 preach for u* and! with Fonnie Crews. Mrs Lazen- I

view of the confusion prevailing at the someone else ask us about hog like t.-m .>-.hullIIg1.1l '. and the Saturday after that whet his by taught school in Miami last PHONE 333 or 43

demise of the Federal Aid bill for school con- selling our trees this week anc fcv that tune they"II be bowlegged sun will pit'.irh Last Saturday year and is now going to summer

struction, it will probably never be known whether it sure' looks like pulpwood i i. front chasing her! niiit. through some mixtip, we school in Game.-\ ille, working for '1. _-'
the Powell Amendment denying such Federal getting scarce when they an -- -- -- -- ----

after little woodlots like ours. t
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systems When we first bought this place t !

the former owner showed us the r
another amendment, changing the method of 8-acre woodlot along the highwayand

granting the money automatically cancelled the said: "Those trees are just WE WILL (3 SAVE YOU ; $ $ $ $
controversial; Powell proviso, which was later re- like money in the bank They

in.-tated. Keep right on growing all the b

Finally the bill was laid to rest by a vote of time." HOTPOINT (

i is through no act of statesmanship That's the way we feel about
224 to 91. But was ;
for our trees now. The are no trouble -
merely a Providential reprieve
and they grow a little bit J ummer avings ale
1'111 of theirWhen
schools lr'1t\U'va'rim li t..tj"lt *
taken fn "ba" s .i'Y' 1il.'r .

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Housewives PercolateThree Looks like the governments'land --

bank program is going to

result in a lot of tobicro land Tremendous
years ago about this time (remem- being taken out of production fl >-tr 'l l H i saving.

her:?) Brazil had a sharp freeze. World coffee particularly the lani that isHAMPTON ar: :;:: [[ ,; e
demand and supply were about in balance, and I e

the shortage.loss of several million Brazilian trees set offa .........? .Y9 ....., J&!! J Ill Ii Only e

Coffee roasters, trying to assure:;:; themselvesof \ $ e95rT1"

supplies, built up inventories as prices rose I ,

Finally, in early 19,14; a wholesale price of 96 AIR CONDITIONER
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cents in X ,\' York started a housewives' strike.

The use of coffee fell 15 per cent. In less than a IAAAAAAA1ALAAlAL4A&AAI11'ML'

year prices fell 54 per cent to 41 cents in MEETS"Publish ff fl : i H P. ( /

mid-1955. Glad Tiding, a 50-year With Thermostat
Then prices started upward again. This time review of WMU: publications, was "-- '

the roasters didn't rush in. They kept supplies the program presented bv Mrs I Electronic Filter :30; .' More _

fairly low. So now once more, there's an awful Charles! Hicks for the membersof -

lot of coffee in Brazil, but supplies in this Hampton Baptist WMU'at: the :Model No. ASIOO Efficient Than AnOther' Filter !I

country are tight. Hence there has been some church Friday evening July 13 i'f I
During the business session

pound rise in across coffee prices the board- perhaps since :;February.ten cents The a voted following to change the program.the meeting members time: Not A 9 ... Not A 10 ..- But A Big I'i I

roasters hope it will level off before the American back to Thursday night. Refresh-

housewife:; reaches percolating-point again ments were served by Mrs I{. B 11 CU. FT. HOTPOINT Ii M

They have learned that when that lady starts to Watterson and :\Irs.Iar"in r

boil Things happen! Faile.
Hostesses for the August meeting -- x -

will be :Mrs. Frank Thomas -

Now It's Taxoene'The / and, :Mrs. Jim Williams NOW 4

:Miss Fostine Collette and Miss REGULAR On! 1jj"j I Iy ;
great federal road-building program expected -
Ann Williams of Everglades spent
cost :, billion in the next 16 years.
to $3
Thursday in Hampton with :Mrs. LIST .. .'...,'." ...... II
hag already begun to spread its benefits throughthe Dick Williams. ...... .d: ..

states. Its cost. too. began to spread the day Miss Connie Sweeney of Gainesville f, 1 Mode12221y-Contoie with :
the enablingbill wD:5.u', J i 161tq.m redanauiarp.c-
after President Eisenhower signed was weekend guest of :Miss PRICE ... i -e Ir lure area.Mahogany.
Gasoline went up another cent per gallon Barbara Matchett in Ilampt')n. + < Full-width 49 (b. color.

( Federal tax), causing one writer to refer to it. Mr. and :Mrs. Glenn Macintosh -. !r wpo6ryrecur..

with more truth than poetry as "taxolene drove to Daytona Beach Sunday .. .t i 4 t deep door
The description of the new highway programas and brought his mother. :Mrs $$299 95 1 9 8 I tt -F t :::: S. Full-. I '

the greatest public works program in history Rose :Macintosh back to Hampton I I width vegetable

would hardly seem an overstatement. Rut enthusiasm with them for a visit __ -- crisper and chiller S

must be seasoned with a word or two Mrs Avory Slade and Joe Lu- troy Capri Color.

of caution. First, the choice of tl1tSl'natc's aid cas were hostesses for a birthday __ styled irate rior. .

formula instead of the llou>e's makes it certain supper Saturday evening for their 55.00 Delivers '
mother. Mrs C. M Greene at '
that funds will be diverted to farm-tn-mar- i4A0F _, MODEl EBH
:some the Lucas home in Maxville Pre- : .. :
kot and other local-road projects, rather than to sent were the Slades. Lucases Model EB11

the interstate network that was the real selling Mr and Mrs Greene and :Mrs --
the over Second is Mary 11.'Itllrs.. Slade and -
point in putting program -
the strike induced rise in the price of steel which children and Mrs Lucas and ,r -_ t .

may mean an increase of some $1 billion in cost children were Gainesville visitors tu_ '
of the program. Friday .' YOURS FOR ONLY $146' NIW! Ectrc t..'." power
will Mr and Mrs Frank Williams '' i NEWIZethMracieiroe,
Just what effect the Federal program I <'
have on Florida's own plan for super highwaysand and children were u'el'kend'isi- FULL AUTOMATIC WASHER $5.00 DELIVERS V NEW I Target Tuner
tors in Cilando with the Jame.-"= : I
a statelong turnpike remains to be seen. Already dCINEBEAM'viaJr5Tube
Broome family. Nell Williams i All I Porcelain>> Inside And Outride
some interests opposing the turnpike. are who has been visiting in Orlandofor V ZENITH Tap; Tun'p 7

inking that its construction be delayed or abandoned two weeks returned home V Oiol.
I .
in view of the Federal program We predict with them. Also J. G. Broome. WATER HEATER SPECIAL PRICES

however that no such action will be taken, who will l'IS1t here for several ::1 WITH 10 YEAR WARRANTY

and that Florida will go ahead with its own pro- days. From
:50 (;ial. Single .'50 Gal Single Element
the Federal when it Mr and Mrs Vaseo Busses and _
accepting system _
gram comes as a welcome windfall in a state that can children of Valdosta. Ga were t;___;_ :;: ( I:I' Tabletop $ .!95

visitors Friday at the John Par- $Sg.t; : 149
use all the modern highways it can get ker home. $ .

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Indonesian Tno of Chattanooga.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Tt'nn.ill conduct a -day series Model LH12 "Look To Hotpoint For The Finest -- First" Our 26th Year"Starke

RiA4 EST. 1879FLORIDA'S of meetings at Hampton Baptist
Church next week. Sunday
.._ OLDEST WEEKLY NtWS- through Wednesday at S p. m

f ... 0 PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY The evangelistic team was pre-

; iii- UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD sent for a service at the church WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
last month.
: MATTER OFTHMEARCCN OFFICE Al STARKE. FLORID UNDER Indonesian trio will he presentedat
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B. Waters of Orlando and the home of Mr. and Mrs c

LAWTEYBy \ Roy Waters of Jacksonville visited -J KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy L. Atkinson. ff'i -
family or I f
the James Waters Postmaster Truby Pmhnktei ;; .
Sirs. Joyce T. Fetch Sunday. Mary Kay Schaeffer. Phone Keystone 4127 recently'enjoyed a few aay-. <.f
Mr. Mrs. Edgar Caulev of sightseeing in Washington D C
&AAAk'''Aa.a.A.AAAAAAAiAAAaairs. Baxley Ga., spent the weekend FimnanS Hall A Sin-rev. spent this week with the H. A )[r. and Mrs. Earl Geilrr.an: .Itd.!

Fred Moore and children with the Flem Starlings.Mr. I The 1956. Fireman's Ball is Dale family at their Brooklyn : children :lave returned to. :he.! P1 ntof Savings !

spent from Thursday to Sundayin j and Mrs L. P. Rafuse and cvtr, and a good tl le.a..; repotted Lake Cottage. Ronnie and Fred home in Ogden Utah after .-pending

Tampa with her father, Rev. daughter, attended the funeral of by all. A large number of Dale were roommates at Georgia their vacation here WitIJI: !

Dan Manning at South Prong out-of-town folks attended: Military College. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. w ..
E D Boyer, and other relatives. ,
Renee Moore returned home with : Cemetery on Sunday. which shows that the fame of Before moving into the Manown :' Jack Suggs of the U S. Nary i .

them after a week's visit there. I Mrs. Sally Green of Macclenny this event has been circulating. house, :Mr.: and Mrs. Herbert Nelson stationed In Norfolk, Va, penta ...

visited the D. B. Thomas family A. J. Strickland another I and son Herbie will attend a' recent weekend with his parents -
Mr and Mrs. R. T. Thomas and
recently. lucky Strickland went home DuPont Convention in North Caro- Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Suggs

:Mrs. Henry visited McDavid Rev. and of Mrs.High Ed- O. J. Phillips and daughter, Ola w.lli the portable TV which was I lina for a few days.A I Other recent guests \\'eleIrs It's easy to balance your books when you shop at A&P. That's

Springs Thursday until given away by the Firemen this of folks who attended Suggs' brother-in-law and sister
Mae, spent from group write low items
gar Wilkinson Sunday afternoon. because we more prices on more more
Mr. Mr. Strickland is payroll Mr. and :Mrs.: Ben F.
Monday in Macon Ga., with year. the Fireman's Ball on Saturday: Wood of
:Mrs.Katherine Thomas McDavid, the former stayed Miss with I and Mrs. James Phillips and the clerk at Highland Plant .)f Hum- night were invited to the home of Vero Beach. days of the week at A&P. This cuts your total food bill .

until her recent Fate Redds. Mrs. Phillips and phreys! Gold Corp. I Mr. and Mrs. Ken Platt on Key- :Mr.: and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker !
the Wilkersons making for a happy ending to each shopping trip
Danny came home with them af- We call Mr. Strickland "another -: stone Lake for an early break- had as their guests last week Mr
Ed Carter family attended ter spending two weeks there. Lucky Strickland" beau two I fast. Swimming was also enjoyed. I and :Mrs.: J. C. Stalnaker of Athens In brief, that our short story. We know that it can help your

the funeral of Ottis Austin in Misses Martie Bales Patricia years ago the Firemen oifered a Ga.
Starling Mary lot Crystal Lake as first Miss Ruth Sunderland of Wilmington pocketbook.
Jacksonville last Sunday. Parnsh. Barbara on prize Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano at- ,
and Abbie Harley returned sat- at the Ball, and a Strickland man Del. is a guest at the tended fam-
Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp spent the recent Tompkms
the weekend in Jacksonville with urday from 4-H Camp near Cher- won that. Two weeks ago, Mrs. home of her brother and sister-I ily reunion at the Methodist COME SEE YOU'LL SAVE!
Strickland' of Putnam : Mr. Mis. Dick Sun-
her son and daughter-in-law :Mr. ry Lake. Thelma in-law and Church in Lochloosa.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had Hall received an air conditioner derland and children. On Tues- I
and Mrs Everett Burney.Mr. .
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.C.
and weekend guests their son. J as first prize at the Catholic Club|I day afternoon the Sunderlands
and Mrs. Joe Starling as S. Kelley were Mr. and Mrs
of Ocala. Little Bazaar. I took her to Juniper Springs.
and family
and Mr. and C. II
daughter, Geraldine I L. A. Kelley and family of St l
of Highlandwere Reggie Xorman went home with So if is planning to David Sunderland Billy Carnes tlmeJg.' ( .
Mrs. Charles Starling anyone Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs R urr f'Regularly /
weekend guest of Mr. and his uncle and aunt for a visit. change his name Strickland is and Butch Fox attended Boy: C. Jackson and daughter of Tam- .

Mrs. William Pringle in Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markham just a suggestion. Scout Camp at Camp Echocotee. pa. r Clierry

attendedthe family of Gainesville were Tonight near Orange Park, the week of --
They, with the Pringles and Rotary Fish Fry I.
Mrs Recent guests of the RussellGreen t' ... .
and 8.
Futch family reunion in Uma- Sunday guests of Mr. Mother, this is your night: No July "" .. "
family were :Mr.: and :MrsJ. :
tilla on Sunday.Mr. Dan W. Starling.Mrs. supper to cook. For tonight \ "
and Mrs. Arnold Valentiof Noon Mott of Brooker is (Friday) the Rotarians are doing YTYVTYYTYTYYTTYTYTTTYTY1By H. McCormick of Jacksonville P. large 39"

Jacksonville pent Sunday with spending several days with the it for you. Just bring the family Mack Henry Mandarin, and /> / les" Size
John and Sally Sunency ot /
the Ed Carters. I Edgar Wilkinson family. down to the Beach at about 5:3'1 < / / .
Mrs. Lynn Hamilton of Jack- Mrs. Willie Griffis and Mrs and let them all enjoy some of BROOKERI Gainesville. 49

sonville is spending a while with Joyce Futch were Wednesday that good fish. Proceeds will Mrs. B. Castlen I )[I'S. Tom Shipe has returned

her parents Mr. and Mrs. Al- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'help support the Rotary Swimming E. to her home in Knoxville. Tenn. -

bert Starling. Albert is quite ill. Les Prevatt and family at the i Program. : ...............AA..AAAA" after a visit with her sister, Mrs

Wilkinsons were State Farm. : C. B. Stallings.Mr. .
The Edgar After everyone has finished Last Sunday was Homecoming
Saturday evening guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of dinner, the crowd will assemble Day at the New River Baptist I I and Mrs. J. E. Waters and
Marshall Mott in Webster visited Mrs. :Mary Red I family and Mrs. Bertha Stokes
and Mrs. in front of the Pavilion, where Church which was celebrating its I or CRESTMONT PINTS QUARTS

Gainesville.Mr. dish and Mrs. Sue Ratoiu last once more, the swimming awards' 123rd anniversary.. A basket dinner I Dundee were recent guests ot :Mr

and Mrs. Clyde Carter were weekend. Mrs. Eve Godwin of for the will be made to each I I and Mrs. L. L. Padgett and othe.
year was enjoyed at noon and a
weekend guest of Mrs. Will Len- Starke was with them on Sunday.Mr. relatives.Mrs. .
I child. hymn sing was enjoyed duringthe I
nox in Daytona.Mr. I I and Mrs. Edward West- The instructors for this year afternoon.Mr. I i Allen Bishop and son have ICE CREAM 2C( 7SC

and Mrs. Milo Smith haveas i I brook and son of Jacksonville attended were: Minnows, David Peterson and Mrs. Victor Jones ; returned to their home in :MobileAla.

guests Mrs. Smith's mother,'i church at the First Bap- and Howard Roberts; Fish, Harold recently entertained employees of : after a week's vist with Mr
Mitchell and childrenof tist Sunday evening. Mr. I Mrs. T. W. .
Mrs. Dale on I Gallimore; Flying Fish Harold Southern Oil & Chemical Co. with. and Markey.Mr.
Lebanon, Va. Westbrook brought the messageof I Gallimore, also: Shark, Ed an outdoor barbecue at their and :Mrs.: Orie Prescott and

Miss Mary Julia Futch arrived the evening.Mr. Galloway: Junior and Senior LifeSaving home. family of Plant City were reoenf

Sunday from Tallahassee to spend I and Mrs. Les Prevatt and I Bob Masse)'. Sixty-five guests helped Lu- weekt'ndIests of1 I'S. D"!-hii IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT
vacation with her mother and' of the State Farm were I Prescott.
her family
i Mr. and Mrs. E. John Nelson ; cretia Cumbee celebrate her 15th
brothers. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Buddy Waters of
and daughter Cecelia of : birthday annh'ersaryth a love ELBERTAPEACH1SLB12C
Lee is employed at the W. E. Griffis. I spent last week with leiatives
Taylor ,
with Mr. and
I spent Sunday ly party recently at the home of
railroad station in Brooker.The Miss Elizabeth Terry spent :, Mrs. George Clemens of Hillcrest. her parents. I here.

Clyde Hiatt family and I from Thursday to Saturday in Also visiting at the Clemens home : Our community was saddenedto

Herbert Hildreth were fishing in Gainesville with her sister were Bill and Carlton Meng:: of learn of the death of Kenneth
Crystal River last Saturday.Mrs. Claudia Strickland. FILL DIRTGOOD
who to the
II Starke came spend Dees S-year-old son of Mr. and
W. K. Haller and sons of Mrs. Joyce Futch visited Sat-
with Mrs. Clemens'
day sons Mrs. Coleman Dees of Haines
and ),11'. Mrs with Mr. and Mrs.
Jacksonville and urday evening RICH
I Georgie and Johnny Allen. i City. While on a 4th of July ----- -._--- -- -----_ _
Morris Lee and family were recent Futch in their beautifulnew '
I Friends and neighbors of Mr. fishing trip, he was struck by a
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack home in Starke. We are sorry I and )'Irs.'oyle Manown and chil- passing automobile and killed TOP SOILSee FANCY ICEBERG

Estes. to lose these fine citizens from dren Peter Janet :Mr.:
and were sorryto and Mrs. Dees are former
Mr and Mrs. Bryant Reddish our community.Mrs. I see them leave :Monday: for residents of Brooker, and Kennethwas

carried their granddaughters Terre I Selma Eunice, Mr. and I Buffalo :JC. Y_, where they will a grandson of Mrs. :Mattie: LARGE

and Mary Jack Pon to their Mrs. Brad Norton anl family.: : reside.11'. and Mrs. Herbert 'Barry who lives here now. Fun- BILL JACKSONJackson LETTUCE HEAD ISC
home in Tallahassee last Friday Mrs. Bennett Green and children.Mr. .
: Nelson, and son will occupy the eral services were held in Brooker -
and stayed for the weekend with and Mrs.:: Joe Lane and fam- i Manown house. Mr. Nelson has Baptist Church with interment Transfer Company

their son-in-law and daughter ily, and Jimmy Eunice enjoyed a ------ -- --- -
recently been transferred from in Dedan Cemetery.The Phone 165
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons. I picnic at Hampton Lake last Sat- I
Wilmington. Delaware to replace Atkinson-Youngblood fam- FANCY CUBANAVOCADOS
Mrs.Vinton Parrish went to '
who lived
Tom Carey once in
Jacksonville to be with Mrs. Paul Bennett and ;. ...
Monday Mr. and / "
her mother, Mrs. Fred Lang, whois daughters pent their vacation ir I Keystone. Mr. Nelson is an em- '-.._ ,O--ft'_ :_ __ : _;;::; : _. -':;,\. ".
[ ployee of the DuPont Co.
in the Baptist Hospital.Mr. Deland, Daytona, and Savannah J Mr. and Mrs. George Clemens! ;
and Mrs. Roberts. 2 FOR 25C
George Ga. !, were in San Antonio, Fla. last
had as Saturday guests their son I Mrs Earl Stalling and famil:_ week to visit Mr. and Mrs Bob''' SPECIAL ,

George Jr., and his son, Rickey.of l of lakeland are spending the| Hutchison and daughters who

Gainesville, and on Monday'I' week with Mr. ,and. Mrs. Carl formerly lived in .this vicinity

their daughter. Mrs. Vernon Sil-! Hilliard. near Melrose. Enroute they visited __ -
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY =fl--- -== __ -
cox and son of Staike were their Mrs. Bennett Green and fam- the Camp of Good Counril -

guests. ily will leave this week from Miami at Floral City, to arrange for the

George T. Huggins of Starke for Caracas.'enezuela., where ( attendance of their two sons MEAT FEATURES *

was the guest speaker at the she will join her husband. Mrs. Johnny and Georgie. The boys

Methodist Church last Sunday.Mrs. Green has spent several weeks will leave for Camp on Sunday. RCA VICTOR DELUXE Super-Right

Maude Roden spent the here with her mother Mrs. Selma July 22.Jim .

weekend at her home in Ft. Eunice.Mr. I Gilmore of Monroe. :Man:

1 Pierce. and Mrs. George Shuford brother of Mrs. R. L. Loftus, is 21 IN. WITH ALL 82 CHANNELSRCA SLICED! BEEF LIVER Pound
Mr and Mrs. Hubeit Davis of have purchased the L. H. Futch i visiting Mr. and Mrs. Loftus and 2SC

Tampa were Saturday guests of home and will be moving therein son for about a month.

the L. P Rafuses. the near future. Mis. Anna Albrecht her laughter ---- -

Miss Arthurine Blanchard of i Mrs Joe Shufoid and childrenof Mrs. :Mary: Arnold, and her

Jacksonville was the weekend St Augustine weie visiting grand-daughter Rosemary Arnold Allgood

guests of A. M. Blanchard and : Mrs John Shuford and Dave on are occupying the Fred

Dodd house across from the First Pound

Baptist Church on Route 100. SLICED BACON 39C

having moved there recently from ,

THERE MUST HE A REASON! Starke. Mrs Albrecht is the new '
owner of the Gulf Station formerly --- ----- -
inc the HtNMIHOM.il Prat
More and more people are u
... Sur|OK; and Celling proprrilrn al owned and operated by TedOglesbv
Ihrlr' Fair Market alu..1 If ,<>.. are planning; <.. ..ell Pound
n rile or rail Orlando 41."I: toiler!. II l\.ItI101/.11, j, | DRY SALT BACON 25C
.MelruJf IlulldioK. Mrs Betty Jean Cravens and! i

daughter of Tampa are visitingthe

U J. Gremers on Brooklyn --
The HAN Lake -f -
Mr and Mrs. Ed Theile who
recently purchased the Beitz FOLDING
house on Lakeview Drive ,(next i

dooi to Axel Malmgren's) have

terlll ned from a twoweek'aca-

On the PremiswHejjrdlessV 'Price w.Weather tion and are now settling downin $ 95tl1l
then new house. Mr. Theileis

an employee of HumphreysGold


U. S. Hwy 1 North of OR.MOM REACH Lt Charles H. Newman, son-in- i :

TUES., JULY 21 2:00 P.M. law of Mr and Mrs. Bert Chris-
toffers. was aboard the U.S.S. An-
Victor Allison 21 Deluxe. Deluxe
I.oi-nled !. the fabulous l>.,.i>ot> lleat-h aria oa the Main tietam when it docked: in Jacksonville -
North. nail South Ikorouithdtrr Uhr 'liruudtmt of .linrrira'tI 19th. The Chris- chossis brings you finest performance in all TV.
\. I. thin oul>mndlnK Income properly ron..1.l l. of uudrra July Big 261 square inches of viewable "All-Clear"
and fully equipped drove to Jacksonville to
air ronditUnril raotrl unit apartmrnlx. toff eis
rrMauraat and gift hop, beautiful home de.l :iied fur picture. Two-speaVer Balanced Fidelity Sound. -
and he will make a
the ultimate la Florida lltluK. dud. and fl.hiHK: |>ler, bualn.Mwtur meet him. "High-Side" tuning with "Front Window" VHF
and equipment.Tar short visit in Keystone before returning Channel Indicator.In mahogany grained or timed
motel .un..I.I" u( 13: lendldlr furnished Income to Rhode Island to his oak grained (extra) finishes. Model! 21D645. CABOT Let's Cook Outdoors
Him, larladlaK a S room' apl.. predoniiiianllj uf uianonryrnnilrurlioa wife the former Dot Christoffers.and .
nllh Ille floor, ceramic tile path anainK tpr
"I.".."*. in perfect condition, fhuo requlrl a minimum i nildren On his return, the
.f walntenaarr for a long rinse to come.lr conditioningand Newmans will start preparations I REGULAR 364.95 C
leletUlua are atailablr in a number of nail* Kurn- '
l.bing* Include butel 1,1' bed wllb hot kprinK and in- for a'isH to Keystone Heights 10 LB
Brrtprlnc:; matlre..rn: formica lop table* and dre.*er*. and hen a two-year assignment I Antenna and Installation 89.50
tllerr feature* are paced dritena)*. ample parking; area PKG
facilities.'I in Miami i
and complete lauudr
beautiful and modern ranch type home I* of n.n.- Ronnie Davis of Jessup GaMonday I Ii i You Get Your Antenna and
our runlraellun milk furred nail, tile lluur and contain -
large tine room Florida room Lllraeu aaold'al.K
area nllk all built-in feature. 2 pariuu bedroom..
nalklaloel... ceramic tile hath atlaibed Karaite; rear Mi .tnd Mrs Johnny Crews! Installation
patio and ulllll, r........ .round are well shaded and altmclliejy and !uiuiiy of Jacksonville were :i
land. 1 kere i* a deep nell and under.Kronud -
npriuLler .,.....n.. Sunday guests of the Guy Fetch '. TO/CO Lbs $4.13
.\ burr Mop for thousand of tourit I. the hl&hlr profitable family 25
restaurant and Kill hop faring: Illtthna? I. Thin Mi .tnd Mrs. Luther Hilliard |
.. ,' building wllb Ira large; patedparkins
new and modern nm onr
area. I.. complete nilh the latent type equipment.nioni aiio Mmiivvete! in Jacksonville i! All For The Price
\ :; other .nhl..adh feature of Shin Per> srrniIiIepruperi 1 :::U1II.Ifor the Ottis Austin fun- $364,95Of ------- -
the lomoka Ititer fUhine facilities. in,' ud- i
are Mrs. Steve'SUimj
eiai ni brought TV Set lona
lug pier. duck, boat and a urn maonr, building at the
hater edge for motor aad equipment.IMher : ; home after she had i

lominc; 11\11I101111 FIOIIIIMllllOs In- spentt''el al days with her I FOR CHANNELS 4 and 36 Plain or Self-Rising
..h.oI..II."t.III.III.x.. %MIllii: VI..: In 'uugn1-i!* there FLOUR F
\l.ll\K.sx:.. "","\\'. JI 1.:1 III IlllHtiMr.s Supathv is extended to Mrs I
: \\n ioi in n\\v'IIIOUM:. \\iii.: JI 1.\ ur.lt : -
>:.1t.M.. E" Bo.r right in her beteave- I See The New
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in m\\1 11 0 11\I'. IIIIH --
i\iit\i.: :- tlltl\1' :ut 'i r .me :.> the recent death of
Jl l.M I,:tl! IVM. 11\\111" Mlllll.: \MI \1'1" in !
rilltr I' JtlK.: Fill.. Jl 1.1 ::7 1.:1": I'." and M 111.1: '?.: it: ..ther.! Dan Manning: of1f RCA COLOR TELEVISIONON Pickle PatchSWEET
nun K \UIIIIII"I: in in \1.\ N\T.JIII :-3:
iI l H Ingram is again driving! Ozs
.' :...>; bus that Barr'e" then MIXED PICKLES 22 29CNutal

.' ': : Staike and KmU'I \

I L,'K< : :. :heir summer posr.: f
t s I. .t!! i, > S::..'h.' of Lake Uu:k... ;-n.li !

ht d' i-i the! school, din"o .'.'iM
: l''tM"i:: while he was a'\ iy Radio Seat Covers UphoMerin:? 412 Call St. gnUU IIN tbaN aNMN I

r: X .:,,"-.il Guard Camp Phone 239 Starke, Fla I
'II-ltMv: '?! dt Mn a. luclian.. alanrr annouHrril.rilr e r r 1
fur .lr.,rripii 1..ld..n.*u Shear andSher A.<.iioav M:' .mil Mi' Paul Din's.n ..: Starke, Fla.tHlDA1" I Ij
St. Augustine were \\eeke'1j OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
W Mir .
rWw rasay ry Narw
+ -t guests of Mr and ilis P L j 1i
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'l\IondayMeeting Held Garden ClubMrs School
Honors Miss Landrum By llethodistVSCS

And Dick Siefferman Mrs. DavisBecomes $ i I 1 I of the II Starke A. Lawson.Garden Club j'iesideritI an- Hold Popularity
A- 'i [digram' and business
., noun, es a called meeting for dub
'1. '
't the :'olethodlst"SCS
G. L. .patten T members at her home at 1669 N. Skating ,
Judge and Mrs I M' .'teir.oon at 3:30 o'clocK pmgp"n ; _
S. E. Simmons and : Temple Ave. on Monday eveningat _re .
Mr. and Mrs. maintaining th '
.- % n 11:1 u i U > h sanctuary the de- ';' 1. :
Gladys Mooty Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews en- t sr : .. ,' n, :Meditation on Trees" 7:30 o'clock. Members and I with Bradford 1eenaj.PUSO : :.-% .
I buffet din- r .w was board members particularly. are I Center
at lovely
tertained a each
Phone35flssssssrsSSttttrssssrrss KI'' 'f i I' :Mrs. E. K Perryman. v- : '-
[ ner party last Friday evening Bride I \I' VV R Miller, soloist: sangT urged to attend. r.nce is averaging IOn
Sn S trrSrSSr at the Starke Woman's Club hon- Of The
SstrrrrrsS. '"- f' | program for ,
ompamed at the pi- h.i.a: ". .
I oring Miss Martha Landrum and -tll fl'. MN! Pern-man. Local Youth Wins voungstors is held 7; .".u'1 > > : i
Church I
Baptist Ceremony Saturday Unites her fiance, Dick Siefferman, following nightly
except Satimi! .
Mi J H. Ritch was in I i.n. : Siuy. ,,:.-
Miss Martha Landrum And R. L. Siefferman their wedding leharsal. iMr., La ffan '' -' i1 TIM jll igiam on "Scatter charge the I[ Guild Model Car .1 C. Half and\ W K O --

A color scheme of pink and j Seen in Biazil." Jlrs. Ritch wa ,\.11 a.--ist V L. CI".J i .'. .. :

,_-____ white was achieved throughout in the flower the '! i assist, d| h\ Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Contest 2nd Time the! program

I arrangements I am; Mi.E L. Matthews. Basketball practice i. r -' .-.. :'

I club house, with roses predominating June 22 'i [oil my the business meeting. Fltlt't'n'Yt'ar.olt.nnz'J! I T Kirkland high boys is held Monday '. e.: :n..at .'

I in their various shades of of Starke. tor the second the new BUS .'
I presided ovoi by the president. gvn ;.1.! -
j pink. A pair of large flanked urns hold-the Mi> (' D Williams it was announced ,, consecutive year, has copped a basketball is conducted IM. I h \\ l'-
ing pink hydrangeas that :Mrs.Villiams will ':1 i regional prize in the Fisher Both nesday evening.

stage. i attend the School Missions .!! Craftsman's Guild model car con- i Coach
iI of to Leonard Register said! the
The buffet serving table was ':. test.
I be held m Lakeland the latter I junior league baseball piayerr. .i:e"itching'
overlaid with a linen cutwork I Kirkland and his brother
of | !
part July. for
cloth and centered with a silver J| Mrs. Mary Davis became the :Mrs.: William Dodd Jr. was Charles, last year both were regional -'I'games. "Although we'been out-ot-town !
bowl holding pink sweetheartroses. bride of Francis V. winners in the automobiledesigning ] j
I I Laffan in the bride's only attendant. She Three Units I I knocked out of several practices
Balancing the arrangementwere Baptist ;
I an impressive double ring ere-, wore a lovely Navy blue silk I I because of afternoon rains.ve'te
two three-branched candela- i mony in the presence of relatives dress and I For winning the 1956: award i i I
carried a bouquet of Stage Regular MeetsThe ready to take on any team ( ur
bra holding burning pink tapers. and friends at the homeof white carnations. I Lonzo Kirkland leceived $l0 j i I I Size." Said Recister. [

The bride's table was centered I Mr. and Mrs.: William Dodd cash and an expense-free trip to j i i All j
William Dodd Jr. served Helen Masters Circle of the school students are invitedto i
bowl holdinga as i
with a low cutglass Sr. at 8:30: o'clock on June 22 Detroit for the Guild convention j i iI
arrangement of white I j best man for the groom. i: First Baptist WMU met Tuesday i I participate in any phase of the
beautiful with Judge Theron A. Yawn of- July 31.Charles. i j!
white stock and white j The reception was held in the .lot noon at the home of Mrs. F. j 'varied Summer Program although 1
Kirkland 18. had
gladioli, i ficiating. also:
asters. The other individual tables -I' Florida room of the Dodd home B. Beard on Kingsley Lake. Fol- j I they have not attended earlier! f
The bride an entry this year. He won second -
is the
overlaid with white linen daughter ot'the where mixed summer flowers lowing luncheon the devotionalwas I !
were late F. P. Davis and the place and $100 in cash in the i
and centered with bud predominated. The refreshmenttable given by Mrs. L. D. Haines, "Broken Star"
cloths late Lula of i I II senior divesion. Opens
Brady Buena Vista.
was covered with and Mm Oma Cotton
and a spoke on '
vases holding pink asters Ga. '' I j A third Starke boy. John L. I'
and Bradenton, Fla. The''gl'Oom lace cloth and centered ''stewardship. The closing prayer At Park On SundayAn '
A rosebuds. is the son of Mrs. Ex- : | Givens. won honorable mention
with the same blossoms. Mrs. was by Mrs. F. Register; Sr. !
g-- I The hosts presented the honored olio Frezza of Manville, R. I. i Dodd Sr. cut the bride's cake and $25 in cash adventure story of the ,j ji! I
I couple with two ice tea glasses !! The vows were exchanged in' and Mrs. Eloise Dodd assistedin Doris Knight Circle met Monday cats entered in the contest. west. "Broken Star11\ runi:
riri night at the home of Mrs. J. i )
1 chosen crystal pattern. Charles Kirkland
I of their a beautiful setting of summei serving.The has entered the Park Theatre Sunday thi"igiTuesday. !
Miss Landrum and Mr. Sieffer- flowers and fern. The bride T. Lawson. when the pastor. Rev. ; models for four years while thisis I
| bridegroom i is
bridal attendants employedin L. D. Haines spoke on !jtewardhip. -
: man presented chose as her wedding dress a i iI II the shipping department of Lonzo's second consecutive i The setting is in the late 'Si.) fin

i with personal gifts also -I blue rosepoint lace over taf- Big Dad Mfg. Co. and the brideis | year. j Arizona when Tucson v.as a
during the evening. feta. Lottie Moon Circle met Monday Parents of the Kirkland
The bodice was beautifully also affiliated with Big Dad ( boys collection of frame buildings and
Assisting the hosts serving and I embroidered with sequins and' Mfg. Co. and with Winn-Lov- night for a covered dish supper at i are Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland j adobe houses. Top starling I.e"!

caring for the guests were Mrs. : the sweetheart neckline. With ett. the home of Mrs. L. A. Canova on I of 112 North St Clair St. are held by Howard Duff. Lit.i

George Flynn Sr., Miss Madge i this she wore white accessories Following a short wedding i Kingsley Lake. Miss Dorothy AI-I Baron and Bill Williams

Middleton, Miss Betty Ann Simmons and a bouquet of white orchids trip the Laffans are at home to :'I varez gave the program on Royal ,j Obey Moody Passes The action centers tinon! the

and Miss Mary Agnes Mat : and lily of the valley.ParkerGrider | friends at 556 N. Cherry St. Sen-ice asrvsted by Mrs. Leola plight of a U. S. Deputy Marshal .

thews. Roberts and Mrs. L. I). Haines. -After-- -__ _Loner___ _IIlnp__n___ who murders a rancher for hi=
i:4I! (
Among the 40 guests attendingthis Bridal Party Honors money. The film um'oUis;! los:
sen-ices for
delightful affair were members Kasper Theis DuncanTo I Obey route to eventual justi. ..
: of the wedding party theI Miss Noma Gonzalez, :Moody. 7i. retired farmer. were
held at the graveside in McKin-
\Ved Miss I
I town immediate guests.families and out-of- I July 21 1 BrideElectMiss SargentIn i ney Cemetery Sunday with Rev. William R. Haislop,

I Georgia Sept. 2 Sellers of Jacksonville officiating Pioneer In Bradford

Norma Gonzalez who -- J j; He died in a local hospital ,
own Visitors marriage to Jack Roberts \\ ill be last Fi iii.iv after a lengthy ill- Passes After Illness

\\Out-Of-T\Vith PartiesMrs. | an event of July 21. was the inspiration I W : I nt-.s -

for a beautiful bndit) Mi Moody was born in Union William Robert Haisiop. M-

shower given Monday evening fount Apt II 10. ]S"!. His par- year-old Bradford County pioneer
A beautiful marriage ceremonyof ion a light blue taffeta gown.allerlna ,
that of T. T. Long was hostessat 1 July 16 at the Starkr Woman s entsei.:.- the late Sam and Cin- I died in a Starke hospital \Vedne-
Saturday evening was ) length. complimented.vith
a lovely bridge-luncheon Club den llii Moody. : day morning following an illness! :
Miss Martha Landrum. daughterof a corsage of pink -
Mrs. Merritt Williams and T Wednesday, July 11, at 10:30: Hostesses for the iffaii1: were Sun :i\ mg are his wife. Ida Yar- I of several weeks.

to Richard Lo o'clock when she entertainedfor rY Mrs: E D. Tenly Mis< Betty JoStalling. fc: irousih; Moody: a daughter, Mrs. I Born in Princeton. Ky July 3'1S75. \
Frank Landrum, .
and Immediately following the wed- out-of-town visitors, Mrs. B. Mrs. Robert Myrick Tro\ Dukes: three sons Seeber.Willian. ; Mr. Haislop had lived iii
of Mr.
well Mrs. Siefferman.Clair Siefferman son of St. Petersburg :ling a reception was held in theStaike A. Pope Jr. of Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Fred Haislop. Mrs William E and Fernie Moody allI Bradford County for 74 years
Woman's Club whereoalms
took in the Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville, I Saunders Mrs. Venue ThorntonMrs. L I )i Lake Butler: a brother, Bar- He was a retired farmer and mem-
which place formed I
Church. Officiating and greenery a and Mrs. Will Slade of Baxley, Paul Faulkner. MrJ.. C neMiKxiv of Lake Wales: and ber of the Pine Level Baptist

First Baptist at lovely background. The receiving Ga. i Sypp. Mrs. J. U. ttulUngton Mrs tv.isrpis, 1 :Mrs. Lizzie :McKinney Church. I
at the double-ring ceremony '
.me stood in the lounge where
the Rev. Lewis D. Arrangements of pink roses Lui-i- Connor. Misc June ConneiV )t Sarke ami Mrs. Fronie Johns : Funeral services will be in the
8 o'clock was 'he mantel was centered with a
Haines pastor of the church. fan-shaped arrangement of flesh were used to advantage in decorating Glen (' 11'er. and Mi Doyle 'It Auburndale. j Pine Le'el Church Sunday at 3
the home on Washington On per. AI t pallbearers were Ches- p m. with the Revs. William K
Prior to the ceremony, a program cushion and '
pink gladioli mums
'('! Moo of nuptial music was ren- Street for the O' c-asion. A pretty pink and white motif borough I Dobbs officiating.
carnations, flanked on either side
three honorees were I' was achieved in the beautiful ViiiiiL Moody, Pat Yarbor- Interment will be in Crosby LakeCemetery
dered by Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist tall shell The
by pink tapers.
Miss Phyllis Edge of among the 12 guests enjoying i floral! arrangements placed at | (High and Fate Brown. DeWitt C. j i with DeWitt C. Jones
and Placed at vantage points in I points throughout the | Jones Funeral Home of Starke Funeral Home in charge.
vantage j
Pro- affair
Clearwater who sang, "Oh, this delightful ,
the auditorium were punch tables was in charge. besides hisif.
club house for the occasion. The j Surviving \
and "The Lord's Prayer. with I
Me" !
mise Mrs. Pope and Guy. :
overlaid with Italian cutwork i
.. with is
refreshment table lovely Mary Sapp Haislop. one son.
wedding .. ._ ...h.I".n" u. > was "
The ,_n._ ,! .,..- .u. -" I hoi
--- --. -- punch bowls? ? on silver trays, a- month with their mother, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Jack J. Parkerof J a hand crocheted table cloth over ; High School Diploma :, Fled Haislop of Staike: three

The wedding party stood before round which were shell pink A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley Lake. Starke announce the engage- pink linen. Centering the table Mr. and :Mrs. James Arnold !i daughters, Mrs. Claude Moore of

a background of tall pede- glamelias and smilax. Large pede- while Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade ment and approaching marriageof was an artistic arrangement of Sargent of West Point. Ga announce Test Set Next Month Tampa. Mrs. Sim K. Kelly ant l l'Mrs.

stal baskets of pink gladioli stal baskets of light pink flowers are spending two weeks at the their daughter, Jacquelin Ann, pink gladioli, pink roses and the engagement of their 1 W. Calvin Ward of Starke:

cushion mums and Pinnochio flanked either side of the French T. H. Slade cottage, also on to Kenneth C. Grinder, son of white mums in an oblong container. daughter. Marianne, to Kaspar Want a high school diploma'Earn one brother Jim Haislop of Tampa -

chrysanthemums. Branched can- doors which opened into the sun- Kingsley Lake. i' :Mr.: and Mrs. R. H. Grinder of I Theis Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. | it through the state testingprogram. : three sisters, Mrs. Kate Noi-!

dlelabra held a myriad of lighted room where the bride's table was Starke. T.vo three '. .inh sil'. e-tndel-\ Kaspar Green Duncan of Starke. I .. urges School Supt'n'isorI ton of California and Mrs Sallie.
I H. Gibson.
pink tapers placed against a placed. I Mrs. Pope and Mrs. Guy were Miss Parker graduated from 1--a with fcuin'r-s rink tapers i'I I Miss Sargent graduated from |! He said about 30 Bradford Tison and Mrs. Laura Moslcy of

back-ground of greenery. The honored at Coca-Cola j i BUS in the class of '56. flanked the .enterp-"C The siver 'West Point High School and is a Starke.
The bride's also a
table was oveilaid I County citizens have leceived
I cakeswiie ; I!! Active
dainlv will be .1
marked with trays holdi.ig wnior at pallbearers F.
family pews were with an imported cloth of cut- party Thursday July 12, at 10:30: Mr. Grinder graduated from Agnes Scott College! At- I diplomas by passing the General
nr.niitnre: Gene
with Kelly, A Da
deco"i.-a LongCharles -
white satin bows. work with insets of lace medal- o'clock given by Miss Della BUS in 1949 and is engaged in lanta Ga. She is a member of the Educational Development test, ad-
I bridal of pink by. P. D. Reddish T. A. Ya'.vnand
bouquets pompoms.
Serving as best man for the lions. Centering the table was a Rosenberg and Mrs. Roy Ward business at the Denmark Furniture Agnes Scott News staff and Art j I minister locally.
ami silverrmp'.t >;s held mints Carl Roberts.
bridegroom was Dennis Smith of beautiful pink-tinted, tiered, wed- at the summer home of the I'' Co. H-.1 nuts. 'p;.: puncf! iMea: :1 Editor Mr. of Duncan the annual. j I The test will be given again in ,

Tampa. Ushers were Barry An- ding cake topped with a replicaof latter on Kingsley Lake. I The wedding will be an event o'-trlaid with 's cut v.ul: cl-itn: ami Bradford graduated from I August. Since the tests have to

derson of Brooklyn, N. Y., Pete the bride's bouquet. The cake Decorating the party room i of Sept. 7. centered with a crystal punchbowl received County High School and I be ordered Gibson urged those
irons of West Palm Beach, and Was surrounded by a light pink I for the occasion were arrangements I around which was arranged degree from Emory inteested to tender applicationsby TTTTff

Bobby Gustan, and Bob Andrews nylon net ruffle on which small : of summer blossoms. I interspered with pink ,, University where he was a member July 31.
Miss Sets greenery
affair \Vainwright of the Beta Theta Pi frater-
of St. Petersburg. miniature nosegays and sprays i Attending this delightful gladioli pink mums and baby I

'The bride chose her sister, Miss of feathered carnations and, tuberoses I J t were 33; guests. \Vedding Date Aug. 19t.4 breath. A cross of pink pompoms I t! nity.United He States is now Army serving and is in stationed the- State Auditors Start SEE CENTRAL

ldll Lan rum of Durham, N. C., were placed at intervals. was attached: to one side of the at Fort FLORIDA'S dt'4
McPherson, At- On Bradford BooksTwo
attiredin Flanking the centerpiece were Methodists cloth !
as maid of honor. She was Young lanta, Ga. RARE BEAUTY
a floor length dress of pink antique three-branched ( Mrs Doyle Conner greeted the i The
'ande1a-1 wedding be solemnized state auditors from Gainesville ; -
tulle over taffeta. The long torso bra holding shell pink I I The Young Adult Class of the .- the guest at the door and pre- Sept. 2 at the First Methodist J. M. Fielder and Glenn FROM tHE NEW

fitted bodice with bateau centered with pink kissing balls I First Methodist Sunday School senteo them to the receiving line Church of West Point. McLeod. are currently auditing AMAZINGtWJ'

neckline was attached to a bouf- studded with shattered carnations -i will have its monthly social) meet- imposed of the honoree Mrs. I! books of Bradford County offic.I '

fant skirt over hoops. She carrieda tube roses, puffs of net and ing at the home of Mr and Mr? Tonv Gonzalez and Mrs. Fred Funeral I ials. t mON

Colonial nosegay of pink, shat- satin ribbon loops extending into R. V. Turner at the State Farm Haislop The receiving line stoodin Rites Held [j! Fielder said they were working -

tered carnations and sweetheartroses cascade sprays. Small silver trays tonight (Friday I at 7 otok he lounge where the mantel For R. S. FernandezFuneral I on books of all county officers | U. S. 27 J

and puffs of nylon net. held decorated mints in pink and Hosts will be Mr. and Mr!* Turner ;oeaiitmtl with a fan shaped '
except the County FLORIDA
With this she wore pink nylon white. Trays of individual cakesin and Mr. and Mrs. Owen House ai angement of pink carnationsano services for Richard 5. and the hospital. These will be )

mittens and a garland of small pink and white were served All members of the class and onik gladioli. At either: endt Stephen Fernandez. 71, retired audited after Sept. 30. I

flowers in her hair. from the punch tables.A any eligible, prospective membersare > the mantel were burning pink salesman, were held Sunday at ,:i The audit is an annual routine !

Serving as bridesmaids were five-branched candelabratied invited.is ..% tape '- .r.: silver candle holders.Mi his home in Staike. Mr. Fernandez -.' of the state auditors office.
:\Ir J. H. Raulerson of Gainesville with light pink tulle and ) J C Sapp presided at died July 12: following a lin- RITAUtaJ4T .n rut 'AUIIoI

Miss Imogene Kelly of Des- sprays of feathered carnations ne gne-i'' hook table which was gering illness. * * *

tm and Frances Landrum, sister adorned the table which held the I now attending the University : ore Hal Illth( a lovely cutwork i! He was born at Starke Jan. 6. School System Still ,

Rogers bride's book.Greeting of Florida class of 1933.:: She loa .4 -' 'iofn UK! held a beautiful ar- -'" ---'
of the bride. Little Peggy j 188:!, the son of the late EdwinA. Has Eight Vacancies ---. .- ',
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a cousin of the bride, served guests at the door at member of Alpha Omu ron rang. men: .if pink pompoms and and Louisa Wheeler Fernan
as flower girl: and Douglas i the reception were Mrs. E. L. sorority.The uMngle silver candle holders dez. He was a member of the. Bradford school officials a: .

Conner son of Mr. ana Mrs. Luc- 1 Matthews and Mrs. S. L. Peek bridegroom graduated fi"i 111 wiry tmmngpink tapers which'were Episcopal Church. seeking to fill eight remaining DEBIC

ian Conner was the ringbearer.The II Sr., and standing in the receivingline St. Petersburg High School in ,''nl.\ In'd with plumosusfern I Officiating at the services Sun I vacancies for school pei-sonne''
gOns of the bridesmaidsand were members of the wedding 1949. He en'edth the Air day were Rev. Warren Kaufmannand : during the l9r>6-57 school yearI STARKE FL':. ]

flower girl were designed I party the bride and bridegroom Force four years after which he Mi Lu ian Conner and Mrs.E Rev. Raymond McBlaine. Interment I I Originally, there were 17 vacan

identically to that of the maidof I and Mrs. Williams, and entered the Univeisity of Florida. : E'' TenU- presided at the punch was in the family plot I

honor, shading from shell pinkto I Mrs. Siefferman. Greeting guests class of 1958. He is a member of r- table and'assisting at the re-: in Crosby Lake Cemetery, with I,! cies.Still unfilled is the principal' Sunday, :Monday Tuesday

azalea. They wore garlands of I as they en'ered the auditorium Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. fresnmen' table were Mrs. Paul DeWitt C. Jones in charge. position at Brooker. One teacher Julv 22 23,21

small flowers in their hair and were Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Mrs. This summer the young couple Faulkne! and Mrs. J. R. Bulling- Survivors include his wife two also is needed in Lawtey Junior DOl'ULE FEATURE -

carried Colonial nosegays of shattered -I!: R. J. Davis, attending in the sun- will reside at 17021 Dolphin ton. I' daughters two :granddaughtersand : I' High. The Broken Star

carnations. sweetheart roses ; room were Mrs. George Patten Drive, Redington Beach. St Petersburg The hostesses presented Miss four greatgrandchildren.Active :: Needed at BBS is a librarian

and puffs of nylon net and ribbon | and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Mrs. W. B. and111 move to 3<>n aiezth; a satin comforter pallbearers were Orrie I and teachers in the fields of home \\ ith Howard Huff and IJta Baron

loops. Their mittens were Mundy and Mrs. Steve Simmons Gainesville in the fall where the .itlu.nento of the occasion. i Wiggins, A. N. Holliday, Barney I economics, social studies. Spanish AM) -

of shell pink nylon. cut the bride's cake. while Mrs. will resume their studies at the In ffi t i all between then !cRae, John Powell. Luther Pow-; science and English.

The bride. who was given in I I! M. L. Lawson and Mrs. Garl Mathews University. ii -tgir. to nme-thiity were ell and Calvin JohnsWELCOMK BHS's new principal. Beechei Norman ConquestTom

marriage by her father chose !, invited guests to the punch Among the out-of-town guests- T'1' guests \\'. Payne, has three recommend- ('(lnwa)' and Eva Bartok

for her wedding a handsome tables. Presiding at the punchbowls at the wedding and leceptum ations for other positions. The ap- Plus Color Cartoon for ChildrenWed.

white wedding gown with a love- I were Miss Dolores Mc- were: Mr. and Mrs. J. A Lan M: IOU \l' Hi'tit c'
ly 10nt'(kline of double !I Knight. Mrs. Al H. Harley. Mrs. drum. Mrs. Ruby Montague. J. C S. "I; Ltw'.1f1- and the School Board
., Thurs. July 25 26
scallops and long closefittingsleeves Glenn Conner and Mrs. Gary I Ray. daughters. Linda and Mary nounce the erigajre.-iu-n: ami approaching He has; selected Clifford A. Me- DOUKLE; FEATURE,

tapering at the wrists. I j Nazworth. The bride's book ta- Ann Brooks; all of Brooks ville: marriage of their inv! fJuff of Gainesville for driver -
The tuxedo effect ekirt of Chantilly ble was attended Mr. Smith of ; TOP
by Mrs. Lucian and Mrs. Dennis daughter. Mattel Patru ia. > W.l-: training. Miss Gladys Anne StuU.sof GUN

lace. also scalloped, formeda Conner and Mrs. Max Furlong I Tampa: Miss Jane Cowan and liam Lafayette Durban. snMr. <>: ; Rockmjjham. S C.. for music Sterling Ifd 'd..n and Karin

full tunic effect in back a pleated .j Mrs. ..1.V.. Kincaid and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mcintyre of and Mrs. Edward W.:. .im jTj and Mrs Betsy Elliott West of Booth

tulle panel in front of the H. B. Peyton were in charge of I St. Pt'tersburgIr.: and Mrs. Durban also of Lawtev. iiamesulle. for English. I AM) -

skirt. and a chapel train worn I the dining room. Those assisting I I Wilbur Wright and daughter.Ann. The wedding will be :tr. t.-. en- The Queen of Sheba

over fcrid.il satin. Her fingertipveil 1 I j in serving and caring for theguests Mrs. Ouida M. Blacker, Mrs.J of Sunday, August 19 .r "

of sheerest illusion was attached I I.I were Mrs Dave Paulk I I F Rogt'rsIrs.. Stella Mae in the Grace Method.t'. t i. Wins Automobile Leonora Bulb and Gins: Cri

to a crown of lace decorated :! Mrs. T. B. Harding Jr.. Mrs. Barney i Rich. Miss Joan Rogers and Mrs. Lawtey. No invitations ;a-: :>e'ii MRufus; ; Tatum of JacksonI. )'1.... Cartoon for Kid,

with seed pearls. The bride's McRae and Misses Pattie Louise al Jacksonville .
I Roundtree. of sent but all friends a nd j.. t'-- --cr-ir.-law of
'nly omament was a single Lawson, Helen Haines, Mary Agnes : Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Rogers. of the couple are i.-.x.ie r :I. Mrs. Lucille Fri Sat. July 27 2s
T I ' strand of pearls, a gift from the :Matthews Charlene hardy I Mrs. Fred Gu\''. Mr. and Mrs. J tend the ceremony and ifollowing M. .- automobile .- norm.lFE.TUlE _
I : 'or' throughHI
jjroom. She carried a Colonial and Betty Ann Simmons.I H. Raulerson, Floyd X. Yeager -
the hi '
at Yi Joe i !i- '
bouquet of pride's roses and stephanotis After spending some time with j Dawn M. Wilson. Alfred G. Ven- bride-elect's parents. E: > .il.van: : television show Count Three and Pray
sn. A -.- one of the 10 weekly
interspersed with puffs ofbrde' their guests the bride and groom I trella. Miss Mary Keefer, Miss CI.NKMASCOPKith

,; illusion and satin ribbon left on a week's wedding trip toj I Janell Verri. all' of Gainesville: Miss Wainwright E'.KK.U- : nn."T.r.. : the jingle contest \\ VanJIeflin

hoops. South Florida. The bride chose I Miss Barbara Speer. Miss Kendra from Bradford High Si'j.." : .r, jj .Ipln- '!* ..
Mrs. Williams selected for her for traveling a two-piece beige McCallister. Miss Ann Lyles all the class of 19r.11' ihi-: :. ', >' .1 ruining for eight weeks AND -

daughter's wedding a lovely pink linen suit complimented with of Orlando Mr. and :Mrs.: George' graduated from BHS m 19ol He Eyes of the Jungle

I lace over taffeta gown ballerina'' trown and beige assessories and Knowles of Eroxton Ga.: :\Ii1ton' served four years In the Air HOME. These '\\t'rt.orlh that gladdmrd hearts as TilE RIGHT POINT for the Starring
. length with which she wore a a green brown-throated cymbid- H. Mitchell and John D. Hirth of Force and attended the Umver-' the Marke unit of the National Guard returns Sunday from two / Hall

;, corsage of pink sweetheart roses i. turn orchid. West Palm Beach Edwards A- sity of Florida for one year. Heis weeks encampment at Ft. Meuart, Ga. Ift're'It.: l..t lias, Richard way you write. Come in and select Plus Serial Chap. 6 and Cartoon

. Mrs. Siefferman mother of the I The bride graduated from mos of Orlando. and Mrs. B. A now employed w.th the Security Underbill greet his young daughter. I'atsr while Mrs. Undcrhill gibes your favorite: ESTERBROOH for Kids

bridegroom chose for the occas Bradford High School in 1954 and Pope. Jr of Norfolk Va. : Division: of Cecl Field: an assist. :Specialist 3-C Joe Lamb and wife Margie, look on. j. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH 1 _-



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I Jimmy Turbeville of Fairmont. I Mr. and Mr!\. T. B. Sr. I
Harding -
IN. Air and All*. J. B Spencer of Donna Pee Faxon will:! I letinr' I
received word
; that their Orlando spent last week with Sunday after spending 12 J.iv,. at Recent Birth
Charles Lawson
this week. : daughter June, who in
works At-
1 their son-in-law and i daughter.Air. the Florida Christian College Bible
Mrs. Ralph Allison and Mrs. 1)) lanta
'C I fell don recently and : and AIis Alaxie Carter Jr. 5, houl. Temple Terrace. Tti-: : The radf'lr,1oun"': II
I Forehand of Albany, Ga. are i fractured her ankle. She will be I
this 1 l at Kingsley Lake. Pa. i pii.il announce* the ii''u<.\ .' _
guests week of Col. and Mrs.T. convalescing for three weeks be-
T. Long. fore returning to her position. :Air.: and Mrs. C. G. Barksdaleand
Airs. Lula Alott are vacationing necklace plus .Vrair-iu-Oiie' Air. and :Airs. Joseph H.i.>

Mrs. Walter :Mulhofer returned { Mrs. R. F. Prather and daughter for ten days in the Smokey "!'onal' on and) Off" earrings ($tj AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAir. ton Norman of Raiford. a dI,:"; .

July 13 after two weeks visit withrelatives Sandra, of Jennings, La. are Alountains. :X. C.Mrs. .tulue) ::\OnI fur all. :>ii|'ply and Airs. Ellis Gidiier.s and t er. Janet L *. July 5.

anjtflS.flSt s r d r at rSS SSrs sS s -.. I, in Chicago, Ill., where visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle i : Frazer Sh\v has accepted limited. Last shipment at ihis faiuiiy of Avon Park spent a Air. and Airs. Herbert A.it:

Attending the Intermediate Mr and Mrs. Paul Jones and I she also attended a nephew's and Mrs. Fay Gill for three weeks. a position as office clerk for ne\v low price. IH'IiKY! (>rt week with Air. and Airs. Bun Green Sr. of Starke. ., .-
wedding. )lrs. Eric Moore and Francesco j Dr. Lloyd H. Jennings in his Griffis and daughter. Karen. Charles
children and Mr. newly y our' today at Ilullinglun's.Airman Robert July >.
and Mrs.
Camp program of the Methodist iTitchett and J. G. I :Mrs. Bill Sapp was in Jackr.tm-, Vinci of Broxton. Ga' returned i i I reopened office on \\'. Call St. 1st-class Delano Thom- Aliases Jeanette Knight and
children of
Albany !
Youth Fellowship at Leesburgthis Ga. arrive ville Wednt'sdaand Thursday of i home recently after a week's I Airs. Sam Anderson, who ha 'ar returned Tuesday to Keesler.: Bonnie Harris and Owen Kniht;

week are: Jimmy Hobbs, Harold the Slade Sunday to spend a weekat :;last week visiting her parents.:Mr. \'isltith Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Harris -I been visiting her son, Lyle Anderson -. Air Force Base in Mississippi! after visited relatives in Tampa last (' \11. r<>n nuts ,
guest on Kingri- and Mrs. D. L. Lang. ; t"eek.Ir.. Sd.l! ImK will I.. r.. v.
Tyus. Billy Dockstader, Dave ley Lake. and family in Washington. pending two weeks with his 'h, ,'It\' ('''1111. il i "! the < -
I Attending the Reading Work- j Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Mrs. DC., will remain there for an- parents. Air. and Airs. A. J. Thomas and Airs. Bob AlcClung/ and Starke at the City flrk-- "

Long. Don Hillendahl, Flora Slade. Dave Long will next week shop at '''in' $iark-. Klnrutv. ,
spend Peabody College. :Xash- daughter have returned to until S "''
other their
I W. B. month. This week little Sr. .
Mundy spent a couple of il-k "'. M.n ,
Tu da\ !
Mary Agnes Matthews Mary with Buster j >
Partin in Eustis. ville Tenn. this week are Harmon I :Alike: Anderson home in Parkersburg. \\'. V'a. after li dsf .
i days recently at the Bay : will undergo another |; \iiKti-t I!.i6. at uh.t'iand !
Katherine and Betty Lou Wainwright -I i Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. !Morgan, P. T. Nolin, Mrs. Jesse I Tampa 'i: Air. and Airs. Ralph B. Green I a week's visit with the Henry : place all tmlrrinii''J \I An J
Carol ] Frances i i Assembly Grounds of the Bap- : leg operation to try and and children. l> !puMuIy/ i upentil. 1 and .
Carole .Id
Temples I:are spending two weeks in Ashe- :j Young. Miss Madge Anne Buck Carter ; '
Middleton. i family.
I I tist YWA visiting their daughters -I con eel his limp. ;: i h.- t'i.il. "nip Mipplirs:
Landrum, Penny Hollingsworth, ville. Lake Junaluska and :Aim A. Russell :Xorman, and Mrs. I i Jean :i Airs. R. B. Alvarez is in Fort and Bryan. moved last Friday to Mr. and :Airs. Leslie Sweat have :!, tegular ga.I line ,It.Ii\, r. I "
Diana Firth Struth and Mundy and Agnes Law- I Otter Creek after Tank at <*uy Light l \\ ,.'.
Kathy Waynesville. N. C. They will be 'R. F. Demorest. I I I I residing the moved from the James an>
Alyers for two Waters riant. Stark,, .,
son and niece, Pam Lawson, who weeks visiting her Florida l.ui.i' .
Linda Cox.Bobby joined on Sunday by daughter, !! Miss Ginger Jones is ,'isitingher : are at there. 'I son and family. Air. and Airs. R. past two years in Starke. home to the Dan Parrish home. oils,I r..laiLng at 40.i.r .f.> ,.t : ,
of the Bradford I Susan. who is visiting Mr. and L aunt Mrs. II I camp 1 Airs. The E. D. :|:a period of twelve ,,'" hr"luir..d i ,. ,, _
Sapp Lloyd Harrin at lIa- Mrs. Ewell Lawson I I.. Alvarez and their new baby; I Loyree Htrtirann spent I Hipgmtothams arenow : 1-Quart! ran.an..I :. > ,
FFA Chapter is attending FlorIda -:Mrs. Slade Jr. in Atlanta this tona Beach this week. I' and son. Sunday to ".Yt'dn:1.at High occupying the Waters house. I';ln,,.)
22nd annual forestry training ''week, and by daughter. Flora. whois !I Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and ,' Jimmy. left recently for thre I, :Airs.: C. C. Hoppe of Tampa 1 j' Point .': C. attondi.ig the furni- The July meeting of the Home I I I[''approximately. Twelve months 500,000 sui gall.r."f'r |>l\ fi..:- '\ .

camp for FFA members, now in attending the Methodist Youth i daughters spent Saturday at Fern- :: weeks visit with AIC and Airs.. spent the first of the week with : tire AlJit Demostration Club was held! at 2 fuel di
its second week at O'Leno State Fellowship Camp in Leesburg this I Iweek. i| andina Beach. i!. Jerry Lawson and baby son at I II I her Airs. Mrs Alma (".,npton of Jacksonville the home of Airs. C. B. Xolan and ': 3:2 to 35.iliats .
sisters O. L. ,,- ,
Beasley t rail'I'.T :.11 T.I ;
the Foster
Park near High Springs.Mr. I Barbara deRopp has as her I j I' Air Force Base, Victoria -II and Airs. J.V.. Kincaid. Be'h.tf the weekend 'the afternoon was spent making The s-aid City resete ti') :

and Mrs. W. K. Benjamin i'; Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Padgett and house guefi for three weeks, Irene i i Texas. \ Friends of Airs. J. E. Hildebran 1' t.iust: cf Airs. W B. Mundy. :Mrs dresses and learning simply ways.. I 1 5.' ......'..1'1 or r,je("'Ifut.,rs> ..s vIlr ..l'ItII.' ..:- '

and :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plunkett son, Junior have returned to their j Ludloff of Riverdale N. Y. I I r Clearance Sale on Childrens will regret to hear that she i is Al'indj di.ii! had as Afonday! guest.Ais. | to put in zippers and sleeves. We j; Carl Johns. C IT I l I ti:
(If Mayfield] Ky. were Sunday vis- home in Miami after a week's vis Clearance sale on ladies; ''dresses at Stump's. confined in Doctor's Hospital. ,, D.t!, Hal rib of Jacksonville:, |I may have another meeting in; j: 7 ::u ;11 100 .1

itors of Mrs. I. N. Breazeale] at it with Mr. aDd Mrs- Willard I I! dresses at Stump's. David Killian left by plane recently I I Airs. Robert Underbill andI I i Atr. ar.d Air?. E. F Allies; spentI August to sew some more and

Kingsley] Lake. Wynn and family. I j Sylvia Paulk was visiting her i'I for his home in Vivian, La. j I I'I daughter, Cathy. of Charleston, I lust week .'acatio.iir.: ir. Miami learn how to decorate cakes: ii ;

cousin Vivian Paulk in Lake City 1 I after a month's visit with his; ,i'S. C: is spending two weeks with Mr. j.n..' Airs. Cnarlcs: Hardy enough members are interestedIf

:last week. I uncle and aunt Mr.- and----- Mrs.. .--. _L.I. '1 her parents. Air. and :Mrs. -J. IIMoncrief. _. u. ara :' ..nly attended a f.tnIL. }' Airs.you Doss are contact Airs. :Xolan.

Mrs. H. J. Glasow of Cocoa was N. Pickering. : rfo'l:1iJ -1 the .:j,...t jf AIi'3: Hariy's Higginbotham entertained

the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Markleyann Johns of Starke The annual Baker family reunion -" m.-thtr, Mts G E. AIcGau-, on July 6 with a party fl'lht'r

PRESCRIPTIONSARE J. C. Sapp. and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and I! will be held at the Keystone 'ey, in Palutka: c:: I.ay.: birthday daughter, Shirley on her 13th;

Mrs. Paul Wilhelm and Mr. and Mrs. \\'. J. Olivenbaum of Orlando -I Heights Beach on Sunday Billie Lee anniversary. Gamesmusic
Bryan of Gainesvilleis ,
Mrs. Herman Snellgrove,:: of Miami 1 left July 4 for a trip to :New July 22. Approximately 100 and refreshments u'eic!
spending this week with her highlights of the .
are spending two weeks with Mr. York Maine and Canada. members of the Baker family are evening.Mr.
OUR SPECIALTY and Mrs Air. and I cousin, Charlene Hardy. and :Mrs. Dan Hargiove.-
Steve e Simmons. Airs. Charley E. Johns expected to attend.
Gail Duke is spending severaldays were in Miami last week on busi- Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Houpt will Chase Hardy is spending this and daughter Minnie! enjoyed .1
week with his grandmother, recent weekend trip to see AllHargiove's
with Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mc- ness return Thursday from Xew Yoik

Clane Jr. in Gaine.Ti'ille. Airs. George Anderson returned City where they spent the past Charles Hardy Sr. in Gainesville. l sister. Airs. Mary Dil- Knockout Blow!
lard and family at Winter
( Mrs. P. D. Reddish is a patient home recently from ? week while Dr. Houpt attendedthe Air. and Airs. Barney AIcRae Si Garden -

li"if in the Bradford County Hospital. month's visit with her brotherinlaw :Xational Convention of the were visiting Air. and Airs. M.'- and other relatives and

:: Mrs. F. J. Pellum spent last and sister. :Air.: and Airs. Dale American Osteopathic Assn. Rae Jr. In Lake City on Sunday friends in Orlando and I'matilla. You can lose your home your

:week in Orlando visiting relativesand Van Sickle in Los Angeles, Calif. AIis. Joe Cumber and son. Tommy Airs. Paul Hutchins is confined automobile, your savings: and

friends and also visited Miss Broward Akridge and sons. left Tuesday by plane] for to Bradford County Hospital for Rev. J. E. Parramore

::; Shirley Champion who was an intern Dick and Edward, and Robert Cleveland Ohio for an indefinitevisit observation and treatment. Passes After IllnessRev all that you value, if: you) have

/ \ ; in the BUS Elementary third Kelly went to Norfolk Va.. recently with relati'es. 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. P.
Jackson and
pi4J0n \ grade last year. to take Edward back to his Air. and Airs. Jim Brown God- children returned to their home Joseph Edward Parrnmore t to pay a judgment: awarded

Mrs.V.. H. Struth who celebrated -1'base after he had been; home foiseveral win and children of the State '
), :X. J. Tuesday after 69.> died in a local hospital Sun by a jury for injuries tain-
her 82nd birthday on days. Farm are spending two weeks at
spending three
weeks with Air.and day morning following a lengthy
Thursday. July 19, had as guests Dr. and Airs. H. H. Adams and Guy Sale cottage on Kingsley] Airs. Fred ed .
Leonhard in Ke.'- illness.i He was a minister in the on your property.Comprehensive
Mr. and Mrr. M. \". Struth and children spent last week Lake. stone Heights.

: I'KESCIUITION IS CHECKED AND children of [iJton. Mr. and Mrs. visitingAirs.. Adams parents, Mr. Airs. X. P. Riccardi and son. Congregational Methodist Church. > Personal) Liability -

W. L. Edwards, Mrs. Leah S. and Airs. J. H. Aloseley in Mem Mike YOI k. of Miami are visiting Baibara Stephenson of Vero Mr Parramore was t sin in
DOUBLE CHECKED Beach was the Dothan. Ala Sept. 10. IsSC Funeral
Hauknieht and Mr. and Mrs. W. phis. Tenn., then to Augustus, Ga., Airs. Riccardi's_sistrr. Airs. Frow guest of Air. and I ( Insurance \\ ilL defend

3 FLORIDA PHARMACIST TO G. Struth, all of Jacksonville Mrs. to \isit Mr. and :Airs.: R. R. Turnip- Strickland. and family at Kingsley Airs. Stanley Xoegel at Kingsley' services were held Monday in
Lake the past two weeks. Her the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel 1 in in such an action and
Don you pay
Cornell and son Scott, of seed and to Waynesville, X. C., Lake. Starke:: with
mother Rev.
Airs. Bennie Charles Johns
Massillon, Ohio. Mr and Mrs. W. to visit Airs. Carrie Adames and Air. and Airs. J. F. Gregory and Stephenson
SERVE YOU NIGHT AND DAY I;W. Page and children of Lake Dr. AL B. Herlong. family and Miss Kitten Bishopof spent the weekend with the :Xoe- of Jacksonville officiating. '![he damages: up to the limit
grls. Funeral
also were held I
City and Mr. and Dr. and :Airs.: Jacksonville visitors -
Mrs. W.V.. M. C. Stith of were Sunday jf insurance.
S. E.: Simmons Olin White. Jr. Hoy Williams i in Dothan Tuesday and interment your
Page III. and daughter Kim. of Washington. D. C.. arrived Sunday of Air. and Airs. Frow Strick-
Gainesville.Miss for several weeks visit with land. "Gray Flannel" Opens was in Union Hill Cemetery -
near Dothan.
COMPLETE LINES OF Dolores McKnight will Airs. H. L. Brownlee. Airs.: J.V.. :Alanix: of Tampa
At Florida Theatre Survivors include his wlf,>.
leave Tuesday for the Phillipines All ladies hats $l.9S atStump's. was a guest: of Air. and Airs. L. \'eanie001I Parramore of H. C. Wall Agency
Hospital Supplies Surgical Belts
--- where she has; accepted a positionas L. Conner on Wednesday.Mr. .
The Starke
Alan in the : three daughters. Miss
school teacher for the Air Rep. and Mrs.I Doyle Conner and Mrs. L. F. Gunter and Suit." film diama about Josephine Parramore of .la,kson"ville. Phone: 146
Trusses -- Crutches Force personnel children.Mr. children of Des [oines, Ia. are the
I and Doyle Jr.
Mrs. Con-
son. and "brief case bl'i ale." Misses Gwendolyn and C)-
and Mrs. X. M. Smith spending two weeks vacation with opens Sunday -
antIfamily ner's 200 E. Call Street
mother Airs. B. E. Bennett l at the Florida Theatre zell Parramore of Staike: one
Diabetic Wheen Chairs attended the Anderson Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas and fora
--- of Marianna.
spent past thiee day run. son. Abner. of 8ta' k.' and one
family reunion in Lyons. Ga. last weeks vacationing in Mia nii.Mrs. family. Star in the Picture sister, MI'!'. Laura Barefield of Starke. Fla.
weekend at the home of Mr. and Martell and Marian Faulk of Greg'reck. :: ''
Boy] Coker and son, Andy P who kills 17 Thomasville,, Ga.
Free Phone 53 Mrs. Dewey Anderson. Jacksonville have spent the past men as a paratrooper -
Delivery -- of West Palm Beach are in the war and C ,
Don) McCIane then returns -
of Gainesville guests from Thursday to Sundayof ten days with their grandparents. home to
spent the weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alaxie Carter. Sr. life in Connecticut.
and Lt. Col. and Mr. Griffin at SORRENTO RESTAURANTOn
Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter, Lin- Blanding. Robin AIcDaniel SCamp L.Cf CTTiampton and Timmy Unfolding is the struggle of a
KOCH DRUG STORE toa Kay. of West Chester Pa. is also Thompson celebrated: their joint. relative" *** security")>llt >'imcjx of an olive from use U. S. Highway :301 1 1-2 Miles N. of Starke
I at family orao4
on Sunday a
Mrs. birthdays
Mary Lane of
Jacksonville spending several weeks with his uniform to the
at the Don Champion cot- insecurity of the Will Close Auguax \...
spent the weekend with party l:: '
her uncle and aunt, Lt. Col.! and Airs.j usinessman flannel.
Starke. Florida { i Kingsley Lake. Timmy'was
mother Mrs. tage on
Bertha Pearce. Griffin. Filmed in
j t five old. CinemaScope cnl al- Opening Date August 16th
Mrs. Mattie years
Gahagan is
_ n __ __ friends visiting Airs. Oscar Carter and Airs and Airs. Alaxie Carter. Sr.I' SMr. o starling Jennifer Jones anti!
and relatives for Fredrir
two Effie Johns were shopping in Afaich. the
the funeral Sunday of film A.is pr<,- A TACCIA
weeks in Savannah, Ga. and Har- Jacksonville last Friday. attended duced by Dan yl F
of Jacksonville : .
deeville. S. C.Mr a cousin Otis Austin
Airs. H. G. Davis. Jr. and child-
and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. ren of Gainesville were visitingher who was buried at the 1-

moved into their new home on St. mother. Airs. Lucile Davis Long Branch cemetery near Bald-

THEATRE Clair' St. this week. last Friday.Mr. win.

STARKE Mr and Mrs. T. I. Mersereauwere and Mrs. E. M. Davis spentthe Clearance sale on ladies WE STILL NEED SPACEOur

in Ocala on Sunday visiting weekend in Archer with Miss dresses at Stump's.Drew .

friends. i :Alamie Anderson and Airs. P. E RaUiff is visitins his

Dedicated To Community Service Jean Dugger of the State Farm Stone. grandparents. Air. and Airs. O. C.

"110"" Are Better Than Eter" IF spending this week with Carol Airs. Effie Johns spent Thursday Ratliff in Jarner. and Donna Rat- Big Chrome Dinette Sale Has Given Us Many Used Dinette

McRae.Mr. : in Hawthorne visiting her l liff spent a few days this week
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad! and Mrs. Henry Bullion and : niece, Mrs. F. W. Webb. with little Miss Stanley Hopkinsin Suites. Come See Them
firt ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
family of Opaloka were overnight :i. Enos Hayes of Miami was visiting i Live Oak.Airs. $14 95

guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs !: his parents. :Air.: and Airs. E Jack Du lars and son. Dal and Take Them From _
Saturday July 21 --- Double Feature X M. Smith. Miss Aida
| W. Hayes over. the weekend. aie visiting her sister.

Special sale on ladies dresses 1 Airs. Louis Rhodes and son Tatum in Greenwood this week.

at Stump's. i David. of Miami spent several]I Airs. Seymour Marco and Airs.D. .

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 1 II r days last week with Mr. and Airs.. L. Ratliff were luncheon guests ONLY ONE!i USED DINING ROOM I

ADVENTURE Hardy will regret to hear of the E W Hayes at Kingsley Lake. Tuesday of AIrr Alex AIcKeithen

death of their nephew Kenneth, I Alrf. and Mrs. Garvin Harden I and Airs. Joe Davis in Live Oak. SUITE

IN DEVIL- 8 vears old. of Haines City. who of Baldwin were guests last week Air. and Mrs. Olin White Jr. and

WORSHIP was run over and killed by an of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Xo gel. family and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd TABLE --- BUFFET $'

.lutomobile at Melbourne on July: at Kingsley Lake. Boone and family of Jackson 95

LAND! : Funeral services were held on'I' Rev. and Airs. Don Kokomoor Tenn. left today for St. Augustine CHINA AND CHAIRS I.

Friday at Brooker. Little Kenneth and daughter.,:: Gretchen :and Airs.. Beach for several days vacation.

I \ as a frequent visitor of his cou-: ,II t R. S. :Alullins and son. Robin. Airs. Gladys Wasdin and familyof

.,ns. the J. E. Hardy
here X. C. where Rev. Kokomoor will clays: visiting Air. and Airs. Riley BEAUTIFUL \WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE

\lr". Xelson Green. Miss Doroth -' attend the Methodist MissionaryConference. Wasdin and other relatives here.

r5 > Ross and Miss Rosa Moore They will be gone for Dr. and Airs. Joe Davis of Live Including Poster Bed Vanity
u .-ompanied 25 4-11 girls; to ten days. Oak were guests Wednesday of ,

C'hrrrLake last week. The Fied Leonhard cottage on l last week of Air. and Airs. I n. L. and Mirror, Chest of RegularSAVE -175.80 I

\ Col and Mrs. T. T. Long and I i Spring Lake was the scene of Ratliff. Drawers

:Q ; son Dave returned home recently ] the Jackson family reunion on: :Airs.: Grace Well and son. Dew- Vanity Bench,

!:,'m two weeks visit with'' Wednesday. July 11. Those! of ,ey. :Airs.: M. O. Xelson. Airs. G. L. Innerspring Mattress and I
I Mr and the family attending were: :Air. .. 35.85
Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis in Price and Miss Sue Cooper of Mobile -
and Mrs. R. P. Jackson and two Matching Box Spring
\VUmington. Dela. Their son. Ala recently visited Mrs.
iir children :X. J.. Air.. '
with the Lewises Vergie Flynn an.IIrs W. D
and Airs. W.t.. Jackson two
? tor, the remainder of the summer': anj Faxon.
sons of Ocala. Airs. E. F. Cain SALE
while he is employed with a con.tru'tlOn Janie Aloyer of Jacksonville j is $
i tt of Aberdeen. Aid.. Air. and Airs.. I3q
> company there. spending this week with her cous ,
R. C. Jackson and three ch'ldren --
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie and in. Sur.in Wiggins. -

9 VtEI ISSM iLER I 'laughter. Janice of Lake City :, ot AIis.Keystone Bake: Heights Jackson, and and Air.three and Little Alike Ratliff celebratedhis :

l .vvi e vir.'ting Mr. and Mrs. Gene second birthday anniversary on l'o.tooed I
Long recently. j sons. and Air. and. lrs. W. T.'Jad Wednesday at a neighborhood par- { ,
-"->:1 and four chtWren of .
: ,
V Mi Merrill
: > Edwards and Starke. ty. if" .
: !i daughter. Mary Lou. visited Mrs. Miss Camille Hoffman of Boca 1 I i'
!. ::.' \ : "J I IS Airs J. F. Robb and childien
[ ;!j J mrs Kmchen and family in Grande is spending several weeks ) _J
.' of C:1.: lb te. X. C. are spending I
,.1\ I j J lu: ksonville recently. i with Air. and Airs. J. E. Wall Jr
two .\Cf'ksth 111'<;. Fay Gill v '
I i 1
BILL W1WAMS : Mr. and Mrs. ;
A. E. Adkins of Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Thomas and
COLON GRAY 1IM DAVIS. .. Lake City have rented the )lcKn:1' -I inH Airs. J. D. Doylo.Mrs. : family of Anaheim. Calif. were ,, j
Eve Godwir. spent several -
MH.IIOMI: .-:::*' $* *L-J' '.... Ac.kins: works for Florida Power and Airs. J. E. Wall Jr. '
... .
caa ;00 ___ feSS. SttJ r-w..r ,,.HtSfuiMttivaTlus : : H. C. Wall in St. Augustine. ,
& Light Co. ::\lr. and Airs. Earl B. Searing
Air. and Airs. J.Y.. Ainslie of _
"Wolfs I'ardon" Cartoon and Chapter No. 11 Serial Mrs. Lucy Del Pup and daugh- Mi-dison. Ga. were weekend have had as a hour.? guest for -

:.'1'. Miss Josephine Ochoa have'I guests of Air. and Mrs. Hogan the past ten days Air. Searing's. .. ; it ... Ie

icturned to their home in Opalo- niece. Miss Estelle Gabriel of j
Sun.. Mon and Tues. BEECHEn PAVLE rk.i after the i[ Smith and family. Elizabeth
spending past six [ ?P3 Jimmy Revret.irned: City. :X. J. i iAir.
weeka here. Mrs. Del Pup was in''I and Airs. W. E. AlcCarty !
July 22 :2:5.: 21 Wed Thurs and Fri h"ir.e Al-nday after 15 months '
:.he Bradford '
County Hospital Cud children will return Alonday'to -
duty 1.1 Korea. He is home on'CWay
July I 25 2i.( 27 tlul'ngthat: time. where she was'' : = their home in Sherman. Aliss. '
!leave after which he an 3Airs.

C1' WtTl"U X S ______________________________________ rei-eivmg treatments after an : Rowe will jo to Fort Ben- :after a visit with Airs. McCarty's I

tUi'l'J.c.pi.....) -T1.I t'\t. automobile accident on Road 301.1 ning. Gu. where -ie has anotherear parents. Air. and Airs. Nick Thomas. i
..-0-"_', .Miss Ochoa stayed with Mrs. i "
GREGORY PECK A4_4....__ .. c.o.... \ of service. I :
*NT M COLOR_ LtllllJe Davis while here.Pvt. SP3 Bobby Williams, son of I Sgt. Oliver H. Aspinwan: left
JONES tIu. I 'I S Dick Akridge who ': Su."ldafor J<
has Afr. and Mrs. Alack Wii'.iams: re- I! Ft. Bragg. X. C. after' p-/ east -.
1REDRICMAROIJ TributeToONEMASCOJ been home on 30 days leave from !II t.irned home Monriav for 30 days';'spending three weeks with his I j L #Jilt

; Bad Man I ltillef: here Saturday foi I leave after 16 months duty iniKorea. ;mother Airs. :Margaret: Williams.and .

ll ,! _! Washington D. C. for two weeks .\-.ter his lepve he will re- ; grandfather T. S. Williams. I'
COLOR b, PC LUt t S after which he will return to'' port to Fort Stewart. Ga.Mr. I j Carol Searing will return this '! DENMARK

Plus "Dutch Treat" Cartoon italy for two years. and Airs. Carl Roberts I!week after a month's ,'isitth URNlTUECOMPANY

! Mra T. J. Griffis returned home spent the weekend with Air. and her aunt. Airs. R. B. Trask, in

Plus "Rocket Squad" Cartoon MRS. W A BONIIAM rfl'entlafter a month'sisit I Airs. E. C. Roberts at Daytona II Lakeland. She will be accompanied OF STARKE
with Dr. and
-- l'-l__. .. P Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Beach. Mrs. Carl Roberts remained home by her aunt who will 434 .446 W. Call St.

m Jacksonville. there until Wednesday i remain for a visit. .i Phone 151R



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    'meat Add the same amount of visiting in Live Oak 1 is't Sunday I. : c" : _' Notice T. Appear W 1' g" tptf' -
    : w I T i: n. Wt \.
    j (ups diced fiery that is cold and Deposits of States and poOtber I I i(1,1. ", .> ,,',d t .tdn,! I: '"- L 1. Notice To ..lppeard. ,_ : .,d! ": e1' ,'le- A I'.,-" .
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    1 ( Season with salt and pepper !j Leon at i' .t. I j' t' i" A..iI'I T 1 J 1- \\-1 v-' r- irk of t r j1"
    crisp Wynn is recuperating deposits (certified I You are hereby notified: that a .' ,,."I ., ]lir.- Ink', .w : !iy! :\1.1' ,n 1. t': ." I I' 'i:rv C ert1 ;:
    'Moisten: with mayonnaise that I i home after undergoing an operation and officers' checks I {Uit fir di\orot\ cart', cu-'odj" You' are hereby notified that ft I' '
    has been thinned with milk. in Tampa hospital. 'I eu'.> :?.?!",65 I and support of minor ih.ldren suit for divorce
    :TOT_XI. PKr--MTS 3:4T,861.53'Othrr :: In theabove I has
    & has been filed against you been filed against you in theahnve
    I Serve cold on lettuce leaf. Mrs. Kate Starling had as Sun- !' 11..1>11:1.. = ,135.63: I named Court and cause and named Court and cause and
    We had a big celebration with I LIAPlLITliii I and you are required to serve a I and you are required to serve a
    day guests her son daugh-
    and TOTAL
    T7 copy of your answer or pleading to ; copy of your answer or pleading to
    It the 100th anniversary
    a parade. was : terinIawr.. and Mrs. Lewis i i (not including subordinated FRIGIDAIRE
    j jI the complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney the complaint on the Plaintltf'sttornev.T.
    ,fora 1 ess ta rD0P4CA. i of our town. Mohr's Mortuary -:j I Starling of Gainesville and Mr. i I i shown below obligations S.ISO.OOO I Ralph Roberts. Sot: Professional i _\ }),naM Gbson: I'\O I
    and store is the oldest I Bldg., Jacksonville 5, i 1 smith JuddIIJ: Ja. "-,'n\ .llt! '.
    NESR.The | and Mrs. Earnest Ortagus of I Florida I Fliu-ida TilE BEST-KNOWN
    business still in the same family. Jacksonville. Lamar Starling returned -' Capital ArroisUrapital ,and file the original in the office of and file the original in the office of
    Beauty of summer enchants In bloom. I have cucumbers. Don's father came here in 1886. : lo.noo: no the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or the Clerk of the Circuit Court pn or I NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
    of'''I to Jacksonville after a Mirplu-, l' .000.00 before the :: 'J day of August 1956; I before th.. 20 The
    li song of birds the hwn muskmelons. sweet potatoes, I rode with Don in the funeral .
    visitith his grandmother. j I 11 Undivided !l'lnflt i 14,67440 otherwise the allegations of said otherwise the allegations of said
    ) -e*, the sweet odor of flowers onions, bush lima beans, toma- :[ car in the parade We had the Reserves (and retirement Complaint will be taken as confessed :Complaint will be taken as confessed RANGES
    Ire constant reminder: of : toes, sweet hot then old We are sorry to report that j I I account for preferred by you. by vou.
    sum-] peppers peppers new ambulance an WATER HEATERSAIR
    the home of :Mrs. Ethel Dyal was i capital 5 ,464 76 This notice shall be published once I This notice shall be published: once
    tier. This makes the heart glad. cabbage and plenty of squash. I horse-drawn hearse and the Ca- I (each week for four consecutive each week for four consecutive CONDITIONERS
    .i I We have nice Irish potatoes, and dillac funeral car. Don has goneto completely destroyed by fire re I' TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
    I know the chickadees in eaily I cently. Mrs. Dyal was living on 401,139.16TOTAL graph. WASHERS & DRYERS
    are eating them now with green Sioux City to get some new I)ate.l tin- 14 laof JuH 1''G. I ,
    spring | the Dyal farm in the Ziff section !I LIABILITIES Charles A. Darby. -
    i (Official Seal)
    I beans. mal.hines. He sells May-i ;
    washing '

    Make waysides firs with bells I I i and had her house rented to Mr AND: f 'I'lT.Lt.:- Clerk of the Circuit Court. EVERYTHING IN Get The Best For Less
    \Ve have been busy and happy. tags at the store. Digger has: |I i I"< >l .NTs :2.691,139: :: ::: Ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I
    of and Mrs. H Hams Mrs. Hams
    Easter ring.I I :My brother and wife came from found a cool place under the bed. +This bank's capital consists T.; 20 4t Sl0 AtSmith's
    know the twilight breath of j and their five small children i j[ ofI :
    Indiana for a visit and we had .! The sun shines with a peculiar ;: !'I Common stock with total TILEPKECAST I
    meadow hay four funerals in ten days.I radiance that makes one think wets visiting relatives in Geor- p.ll taint it |Li t\"' ". "> :\OTIC'. : 1'O A PPK V II :
    Sprinkles with myrrh the drowsy gia at the time of the fire. )[r. :| In Circuit ( 'curt Bradford County, GarageFRIGIDAIRE
    had lots of strawix'rries-sold that Autumn is here already. Jj I Florida In Chanrrrr.Jtan .
    end of day.I 61 and Harris escaped umnjUi ed. but all :1 ..ttt* Uuru-1: .lenWin4Plaintiff, .the Ii
    quarts also puked morei mean to wash the drapes in the Memoranda
    know the gentle hush of fall- of his belongings were lost. Assets pledged or assigned I ts. J'iphV. J, n"'II', IVttndantCase !
    i I than that to eat give away and Mortuary this September and get to secure liabilities No 101674Nulirr 'i
    ing snow freeze. Black raspberries are ripe ready for winter. l I and for, other uip"v-. 1,1n,1S9.3S; To Appear I Sales and Service
    Kindles heart with warm To Joseph W Jenkin, whose CEMENT STEPS
    my now. I am freezing all we do not We have had nice rains and the REPORT OF CONDITION OF Tin:I I. S. I Peek Jr. President of the n-uiene and ailJrts i- CnkiiounYou I
    religious glow.I eat. Summer is swiftly passingand corn looks wonderful. Most all\ of FLORID BANK AT s'rARKE"1 above named bank, do solemnly are hereby notified that a1 We Service All Makes ot
    know as I go out beneaththe I OF STAKKK I>i TilE near that the above statement it suit f..r tli.r'e and restoration( JUDD TILE CO. Electrical Appliances
    I shall be happy when timeto us can water our gardens and we FLORID! AT THE CLOSE OPHlslM true and that It fully and correctly of III.Ut'n name '
    stars plant my turnips and late fall all have nice ones. Life is good >s ON JIM: 311, 111:>1;. represents the true state of the has been filed against you In the 127 Lafayette St. 606 :-t. Temple Ave.
    That God himself has takendown A..C. several matters herein contained above named Court and cause and 'I
    bars radishes and lettuce. Whoopee. I for us this summer out here in l Cash balances with other and set forth, to the best of my I you are required to serve a copy of Phone 213-J;
    the Each its wealth of banks. Including reserve pleading to the PHONE 120WE
    season: brings the west. j knowledge and belief.Corr..l't. I your answer or com-
    To let me wander in the pas- balances, and cash items \lIe t: S, L, Peek Jr. plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney I
    joy and goodness if one but stopsto The wind blows softly a bird in III-IM>'-s of ,"iii..u..n 44,1:5n; ;:; Harold. c, Wall Taen/ltr X Maddux I'l? t..aEx.- !
    tures where meditate.I sings in a nearby tree the clock i United States Government 1:, !-'. Bartlett 1 i hang.kuilding: Ja>''k-..n\ Ilk Jf I I
    The one implusive utterance is obligations direct and Ernest: .I I I. MnailDirectors. 'lot id.i
    have word that my son and ticks and Digger is breathing guaranteed 1;:'''!>,:;9i.40 and file the original in the office of
    prayer. family are planning a trip to the softly. Life is good. I thank Thee. Obligations of !States and i I(State of Florida. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I CONTRACT FOR
    I ]><>lili< .il M.liilmMon110,34s: ,T7 I j County of itradlord ss: before the !
    The above is an old poem. I west coast. Going to Washington -I Lord. Loans and discounts lint Sworn to and subscribed before me 21 dn of August, 193: ;; ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
    do not know the author. It seemsto state. They plan to come by God Bless you eveiyone. luiiliie |.'36,29_ _overdrafts thf 10th day of July, I'Jj't, and otherwise the allegations of said
    t'T I'fi.Ol
    I I hereby certify that I am not an Complaint will be taken as confesI'ed
    here and at least I
    fit into my mood this after- stay over night. LOVELURAP. Bank premises owned }$,- officer or director of this bank by you. BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
    noon It is gentle summer here What a happy thought, to see all S. Nice letter from :Mrs 414..*, furniture and (SHAD Helen E. Glasgow:! Notary This notice shall be published II iEPAIRSREMODELINGJILOUSIE
    I fixtiirts $b,10; -.M> IJ1772Soth. : Public, State of Florida at large. once each week for four consecutive PORCHES
    of them again and how
    grandchildren Hill. She sent
    my at Clay j
    with the warm sun and gentle Daisy Lang i r assets 17.S34.6I Mi'I commission expire February weeks in the Pradford County Tele
    breezes Our gardens are begin- have grown. I, me her picture and she looks thesame I II ),I 12. 190. graph. I FREE ESTIMATES -
    I ;
    TOTAL. \: :$KTS .ih-iinsn:: :: Bonded I'V the MiIVnding andlnsuraue I'at.Ihi t': ila\' '.f Tuh P'V.OFFICIAL
    ning to give us vegetables to eat. Helpful Hints: To make that as she did ten :years ago I
    SEAL Charles
    i'o. ( ) A. Darby
    Lke One an almost over night seethe old linoleum rug last longer paintit :I when I lived at Clay Hill and \I,. deposits I.tabllltle.Demand of Individuals Clerk of the Circuit Court IJ J W. L. THIGPEN JR.
    By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
    things grow. Birds sing all with a good floor enamel paint taught school: I partnerships, I 7 'tit s 11\ ,
    and 'irpi'i.itions. lilxnd.53 I ;; NOTICE: 10 APPEAR
    boxes have and then It will lots of
    day long My wren wax. give
    I Time deposits or Individuals In t Irruit I-uurt.. Bradford Iwuntr, Phone 297-J Starke. Fla.
    two families and they sing con- wear and look better if worn. f......................' i partnerships! and I lorldj; In ( hanirry.B NOTICE TO .\Ppran
    Route 2 Box 213; D
    i "n>"r.itinii-, 55,45.3; 1 "'tty Kiith IIIII'--.n. Plaintiff, NS. In (Irrult ourt.. Bradford (ounty, -
    stan 1from morning 'til night.I I Baking soda boiled in that percu- : Deposits of United States 1U, .. luri1fendaft.' ( Florida: In ( huncrry.Tartu I I
    never tire of the songs. Holly- lator coffee pot will clean it I GRAHAM ;| Government (including Case ;No. ln-1S76 lullXtnnaik' l'Lt'r! :-f. v "

    hot'ks here are now in bloom. i I nicely. Just let it perk awhile.

    Thev edge the garden and alley.I I Air your pillows in the shade if I I I II I
    I Airs.! John MchlnueyUUIUUUUUUAUU I I
    am out again on the sunporch..I they are feather as the sun dries I

    Ian( look down on my garden. out the feathers and makes them
    1 hard. The for relish
    recipe pickle
    The lit It' wren is singing just Mr. and Mrs John McKinneyand
    I j given the last time should add 3
    outside nn window. A cool breeze children spent the weekend I :

    1.-- blowing in the window. Thec : cups of sugar with relatives in Tampa. I
    i ClUCKESALAD: Cook a I i Johnnie Lefevre of Indianapolis. FOOD
    rn i& tasseling. The beans are young rooster too large to fry =
    Ind. is at home now with his .
    ring up the poles The okra is 'off the bone. Chill and due the i par'nts.r.. and Mrs. Ike Lefe-

    I. ., ._ i vre.Walter :
    A ir t
    I E. Ratliff who is stationed I

    with the Navy at Atlantic

    sFrom where I sit..by Joe Marsh I City N. J. left this week after I I ;

    .- spending a 14-day leave with his

    patents. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rat- IDEA

    liff. Sunday guests at the RaOiff

    home were Mr. and Mrs Colin '

    1t ('Keep The Change'If t Ratliff of Gainesville. ,r .

    i Mrs Gladys Wasdm; and children -

    i 1 of Patterson. Ga. are guestsI

    JOU'TC seen "Mac" Johnson it more than I have," she said. j i of :Mrs. Kquilla Roberts. a
    j Mr and Mrs John Surreney: .
    this week chances he's told
    From I sit, that girl deserves -
    you his waitress story. For those credit for admitting her 'had as guests Sunday )or. and fun to eat with ice-cold Coca-Cola
    who ha\en't heard: shortcomings something not II :Mis, Mack McKenzie and daughter i
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    of Jacksonville Mrs. Surren-
    "}Iac" recently stopped at an everyone is big enough to do. For cv's brother. Henry Osteen of I \ .

    out-of-town diner. He orderedthe instance, I'm convinced lots of ,
    Tampa and Mr and Mrs. II. C.Surrenr .
    chef's spt'CiaI-and his wait folks!! know they're vjien, I' \" of Gainesville.

    ress (brand new on the job) made they deny me the right to a glassof I
    :Mr anti Mis. Horace Cain were
    every possible mistake. She con. beer with my supper. just i ____ __ _

    fused the order, spilled the soup, because they happen to prefer

    dropped the rolls, brought him a some other beverage. They i Recent Birthsi

    wrong dessert. wouldn't like me ordering themto i I

    Despite it all, "Mac" left a accept my choice. ...._ I I :\ and Mrs James Lee Heth- II

    substantial tip.B ut she smiled! and ..r-. ",:. 'I enngton of Keystone Heights.a I
    daughter. Lisa Lee.
    handed the money back. "Keep A July 4. ,

    it, Mister-you've sure earned '&ee' fA H"h( I Mr and Mrs Marion Davis i
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    I OF'- Angie Franklin. and Most Worthy I (Carmel of Palatka P..eF.. C i in* .tin II! .l. i ,,i .1-1 "I.I ," !h x ''u.i" .h r Comolant: will re taken as confess. "| I a ("....aU C fears Bradford Coamif

    NEWS INTEREST TO COLORED III Matron Sarah F. Jenkins (Collins" was in chaige. Everyone .'In" ''I! ) Hi. i I. n h).Hi' ,ig.i i ii ,,- tL.! >d by you I Florida: In ( hancrry l
    -i,..I.- ..I ,i.; ix' ::\h i K.' 110(0"( .t-.i I I
    I This! notice hall be published :Max.ne! TI.-r' : Mi! .'.' .: : \ J 1-
    BRADFORD who was accompanied by her i is invited to attend our services ..r. ..f '.iiil '..Mlitx : tit I'r'xudB : : once earn week for four ccneecHtiv I 'ii.m i I't-Nn-ij- .
    Termite Contro
    husband. Prof. A. O Jenkins. i iMI. and help us to build a stone' .- t.: I'.railf lil t .. .tS Fl ., ,.1.;. weeks! In the Bradford County Tele- '! fiiX; 1 h. ; '.'.-.

    By Ozora J. Shell i :.inai Dist. (n\t-ntiiii | church in which to worshipGod. aid I hiiilfue County III at til.-stark.I'i.ri.Li. ..III t h"u'i' .Xrsph.Dat d this : day of July, 1?56. |! N in Ire .I"hn'To" ApprirTo .1.1 w -.' r- ''l!i. : .

    The Sunday School and B. T. :; i Rev. L.kl' a). pastor; ithin eight calendar monthfrom (OFFICIAL SEAL; Charlea A. uaroy 11.<1 .dtl, t.- I' 1i h' .." n. FOR DEPEXDllLE

    Contention Highlights | l Lake City District. I U. District Convention wa Gladys Blye. reporter. Mrs. he his time notice.uf the Each first claim publication or demand of :Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Circuit Deputy(Clerk'nllrry su't You fN'D"orce are n.r"oy nutinej that a I Gro\e SprayingI

    held in 12-15 hall be In writing. and shall state I/O 4t "." *" '
    District ; Newberry July Blye has indicated that she I -i ;
    The High Springs On Saturday. morning the Sun- } h. place of reM has been filed In the
    I Several Starke Churches in this would like : against you Household & Commercl
    to become member
    S..booA.\ C. E. school a addrf.nf ihi't.timaut.. and
    Sunday Leagueand day will start at 9:30: NOTirr TO \i-i-K\n above named Court and cause and
    Missionary Convention of At 10:30: the discussion will be convention contributed dde-! of the Reporters Club and learn hall a is agent be sworn, Ju> attoin to I.)..y the, and d"imant.I I C'ln-uit Court. Itradford ('..uat,. I M you are required to serve a copy of Call FK. fr-6035
    gates. Members and friends were | how to be a better one. any Florida In ( ham-err. !your answer or pleading to the complaint
    Northeast Florida Conference Children in the claim or demand not fildball
    the on "Teaching I 2-0 t;, :.iid i: MI.:' i.iuiP'.n' ; .ff.: \ I IClaiii on the plaintiffs AttorneyT
    convened at Allen Chapel Church. The entire delegationwill also cordially invited to attend 1 First Born Church. Elder F Charles be Void.M St-hmitt In I K: .-'in'iid-, 1'rti fl.l.ilI't'.Ie t.- .In!" I.H..I: 't'.S i ..fixr l T'.i
    Deloris Jenkins was; one of I Howard pastor> held a fine sen'ice -, :'u. li'-HiJ'' and file ttie original in the nffue of Florida Pest Contr
    I A. I.K Church on Wednesday be asked to participate. So- As aiiniiniMratur of the Estate 'otlr To 1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

    July 13. to Sunday. July lo :Mrs. Beulah J. Lennon: 11:30. the delegates from New Bethel! throughout the day starting uf liny McKmney. Deceased.. I I J| T" AppeartIi.i.. ,In i;:. > T'..'.'l" hI "-"- 1 L-t-f'.M t-! I : il.ix r \ .,c'-'. : & Chemical Co.
    Fii June < !
    -t pubiu.tiioii : r. ;j6.
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    Church. I ..., .i.l.in 14..H: ,otherwise the allcsatlona of raid
    Baptist I with Sunday School Supt. Griffin le-i.l.n t. .1 -- -
    22. The official call had been Open Forum: 12 noon Story tJ:::& 4t 7, JOi Laiiilnniiii, '. I.. tl",1. :\ha.'hugtn. .'Complaint will be taken as! confessed -
    Boy Sf'out1':' \\.. in charge. On the fifth Sunday i (I ITO by 21 X. \V. 16th Ave
    made by Rev. A. W. Bowles Hour. Convention picnic from 1 You are hereby notified that a you.
    The Boy Scouts of Troop ill the Union will be held at out :\OTln-: APPKIH 'I ilix-ir. .. i ,i-ioilx' ,".d in.iinleii; .i'ii .. i iof This notice shall oe published CiaiBe o'illr. ilorid
    Presiding Elder of the district p. m. to 7 p. m. The Youth Pro- I. {"I".U0.1'1. ttradlurd ('oarerplurldai nriii.i i liiidii n |I''once each week for f.mr constcutixe -
    The program started at 3 pUt gram will begin at 8 p. m. with of Staike have been holding] church A city-wide talent pro- I I. rfcanrerrlizabftli I has been filed against you ,n theI, txeek In the Bradford County 1'cst CoatrelWash
    regular meetings each Wednesday : gram will be sponsored on Friday IttiM 1'lnllUan. I'lain- above named Court and cause and Telegraph.r .
    Wednesday when the Pastor Mesdames Juanita Lewis and I ,ff... v- I...KII i..n 1 I..uIian. P.--l I vou are required to ....n.. a copy of 'I 11.-I i" ..I."f .I i ;x 1 ; -
    Council held a meeting and made I others in charge. night at RJE with Scoutmaster -' July 27 at First Born Church. All ;: fenilalit < 'a-,. No. I"-i49 !1 your ans\\er or pleading to the complaint i(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. I'drbyClerk
    Booker T. Marshall: in persons who can sing recite play :J !.Notice To Appear on the Plaintiffs! Attorney i iMm of the Circuit Court
    their financial reports. At 8 p Services will be held all day I I I To' I.urr'1 I.. .. l.ilicln..n. \t I ii.-, .,> > \\mtei.. Jr. ',t" Florida "i !By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
    Eli Graham
    m. the local program of welcome Sunday starting with Sunday charge assisted by j j the piano speak or read are asked j I ('Milinii.uiil ad.lu-- i I- t'oliii. TillItuildniK: Ja.k-oimlK-\ I Ij ; 1 : 4t '
    i The Wood Committee for the]| to come and render a number .nil. \'HKiiaa. I j Fl.-r.ila
    was presented. Devotion by School at 9:30.: local Supt. Homer You > of :\1I1In: Your Clothe
    American Legion was named a? Use gifts for God. For are hereby notified that a and Me the original in the office TO 'PI'P-\U
    Reverends H. L. Smith R. L Williams in charge assistedby your I in it for the Clerk of the Circuit Court on'' In The follows: Alfred Lee Baker Willie | further information on this and I >i\""! ehas 'or before the ': : In ('haa.. p,.. ,
    Shaw. and E. L Walker. I' Dist. Supt. J. Lewis. Sermonsall Alfred Kelly Clarence Coin \'- other activities read Brad- been filed against you In tko I I I I'I ..1.1"f AllKU-l 1" ', | -.tr.d\)1| ;\1. .i .hI.ti.: I I'laiiiuff \ 9 rounds
    sermon was delivered by RevA. day. Lunch will be served at your above named Court and cause and otherwi.-e the allegations of said ;M., ii.,. i i: ;\i, ;\1 .I..i.!: i J..Io"I.III, :
    New Bethel Baptist ton, John Henry Nathanieland ford County Telegraph each you are required to serve a copy 'Complaint' will be taken as confess-I l'.11 .';". III-I'...
    Vinson of I the church. AH memters and Jackson. The Soft- of your answer or pleading to the |led by you. ', :Notice Topp..a..
    Church Starke. assisted by nearby church workers are ask- Johnny week. We are trying to cooperate complaint on the Plaintiff's Attor- This notice shall l.e publishednee _r.. :\1 ,i. h.. 1 I r: :Mi :M.llan. >vI'-. For 40c !
    I I ball team of Troop 71 played the with our editor and keep ney I each week for four eonsecu-1 I! i .--..l" II. ,. a".1) 4il.Ir i- I'nkii' xx :,
    his choir and ushers.On ed to bring baskets. At 2:30: p I T. TIan 316 ProfessionI I live weeks in the Bradford County' You
    Green Cove Springs Troop onSaturday. you informed of what we are! om. are hereby notified that a
    Thursday morning at 10 a.1 m. sermon by Rev. W. R. Womack I I Building:. Jacksonville 2. Fla. Telegraph. i iI'ltMl | Milt, f..I'! lllXl.l.i.. <.<4lt- l .IM .Ix. FREE Bleach If Desired !
    July 7. at RJE. doing at First Born Church itu- .; ""lax of .liilx l.1ii. : .
    file tbe original in the office of I |! .1, 11,1 .nt .j! ..1 tH.lI"r )hild
    m. the devotion was led by I : choir and ushers. At4 p. I Starke lost to the visitors by a Sister \V. Strong icporter. I land Clerk of tn. Circuit Court on OFFICIAhSF.AL of) th.e Charles Circuit A. Darby Court |I has been filed against! you in the eWe
    sermon by Rev. Ruby Robinson. I I I' luforr the "" (1i\ of July above named Court and and
    L. Shaw, R. \v.1 m. I II cause
    Reverends R. score of 101. Both teams showed Allen Chapel 1 A. I.E. Church. By :Marian L. Crosby fceputv Clerk andOU
    otherwise the allegation ,
    Wormack. and C. H. Howard; choir and congregation. At I great ::
    Smith 8 m. sermon by Rev. C. H. confessed by you. i the complaint on the Plaintiff's
    by Rev. H. L. p. Marshall has not said APPE4R i
    sermon Services started with Sunday MTlfK 10
    j This! notice mall he publishedonce I _Attorn'x .lo, .K -
    i-ph 8kiiii-r.
    L'.l I
    Rev. E. L I | | Your Clothes
    devotion Dry !
    Howard. : HraiUurd County
    assisted by choir. Communionwas I, when the return game will be ,i School Sister Irene Thomas each week for five con ecutlve 'In Florida Clrruic In uurt.Thanrerr. I If I I "'lu.riiia Tit I.. HiiiMing.i i Ja<.\k-i-.
    Walker and McCauley. Invitation weeks! In the Bradford County \ilii- '. Kloriiia(
    administered. Dinner wa 1 played. ,j a.tingas superintendent. f Ic i: 'h'i,,. Pl.iuititt' x '. Anne -

    served at the dinning room and cloxology. The general Boys of the community inter. .'| Chairman Levy Lennon is ask- Telegraph.lated thi:7. :: day ,.f June, l? .fi. I, Will.amCltm, Defendant.t''a-e X... 1U-1K63 I and the Clerk file the of original the Circuit in the Court office on or of I For 20c

    that had been set up by Sis. public of Starke and vicinity i is ,: ested in joining may give your ing all members to pay then I (OFFICIAL PEAL) Charles! A. Darby IXotlre.. Ti 'pp.un. ...r: : .lirfi.rr tillI. .: ; Clerk of the Circuit Court la New Automatic Driers! )
    Brownlee cordially invited to attend all To .\ .' M illiaiii I'lrin, \xho-e otherwise the allegations of said
    ter Sally Williams on name to any member and it will monthly tiustee dues to the class! I Dy :Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk' I, re-iileiii, rt I i- _Au ita iid.ule. Virginia Complaint will be taken as confessed -
    St. for this occasion.On these sessions of the the Scoutmasterand 6 -"."t 70 X... by you. 9
    especially be submitted to leaders so that the bills of the and xxhoe addre--iKoute I.
    Attends Iapti-t Institute I ----- lIlIand.II.r lIl1a. This notice shall be published once
    afternoon startingat I lo\; 4 4'u \
    Thursday membership committee for church can be paid. Mis. Mary In 1..hiinliil .....( or ri..riili. You are herebY notified that a each week for four consecutive
    3 p. m. the district officers Rev. George Lee. a member consideration. Camp will be held Lennon Lela Suggs, Beulah rielilh: Juilii-iil in-iiil. III \liil 1I. I suit for divorce and restoration weeks in the Bradford County Tele The Washeterii

    addressed the convention: of New Beth.-l Baptist Church during this month. Watch this Lennon and Levy Ramar visited .'... llraillnril, < <,,".,? ot ,iu.i..10'11 name. graph.
    I t ix flu i has! been filed against' you In the H.II..I tu-, M' il.x, ,.f.Iule| ,| l'i,
    Mrs. Juanita Lewis, Dist. Supt.of I is attending the Lakeland Baptist -I' paper for the date time and relatives and friends in Jacksonville || :iuarilian-hip. of M.-i i..n .V. lark 'above named Court and cause and ] (Official Seal Charle A Darby. Temple Ave. Rial

    Sunday Schools: Mesdames Institute where he will receive place. -- Alfred! Lee Baker re- and McKae Ga. on July I.! MIIII i: ,you are required to lien a copy ol l i Clerk of the Circuit Court. ',
    TO .1.1.1101:: IT :MAY: (niXiKKX : your answer or pleading to the ''By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk -
    Pmkey. Pres.V.. M. S.. and training that will help I porter 4. Also welcomed was the return : I i Vmplamt on the Plaintiffs Attorney t 7 1 U 4- q _

    Ozora Shell Pres. Y. P. D. Dr. him in the ministry. Rev. A summer School of Jake Jacobs brotherof [ You aie he r. l.v notified that ii n- '. .:S.HIMI.1 W. I :,'lz..fI. P. O. P-oX SI. ]
    di-r-isni-d Cuardi.in; ..Mi-rton: 1 KClark 1 Gain; .-, iil! ', Fl'.ri.t.u i -
    C. S. Williams. State Presidentof Vinson took a collection recently -I Theve will be one more weekof your importer who now resides ha" filed, a petition I i I in tin 'and file> the original In the office

    A. C. E. League addressed which he will present tr summer activities for your in Cleveland, Ohio. lie has alum- Mrled I i ourt veekniK j antlioiitv ..- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on That's Our Business

    the convention in his own way. I I P..eLee to help him on his expenses I children. On Friday July :27! we not been to Florida for eight ti-re-t IneIl in tin wardrmiainilvr follnuiiiB teal i-t.u.in-' !1 or r before; ii.i> .the.AuKu-t.. I'...-.. CL SS

    Model league was held at 6 while he is attending the are planning a large picnic an.l years. This was a happy reunion -ituate in Ifiadford Count}.. Kloi otherwise the allegations of confesBr said If It's Class We Have It'I !
    i Complaint will be taken as -
    p. m. Thursday. At 8:00: \ p. m.. II training school for MinistersRev. '' field activities at Lake Whita- of the Jacobs families Ida.I'"IItIlt..II"to-wit e: at the i inter fi,lion of I! by you. I 4 / CALL WRITE or VISIT

    Rev. H. L. Shaw, Lee is the proud father of I Parents I .. i I This notice shall be published i
    sermon by more. Camp Blanding. Rev. U. J. Washington, pastor ( the KaM: boundary of thu'V. ,once each week. for tour consecutive '

    music by Allen Chapel Choir. a young son.: George Wesley ale invited to attend as spec- Sister Beulah J. Lennon re :3 i J of the the Soiithwevt"utht Uuartelof Quarter. :WeekS In the BRADFORD COUNTYITKI.KOIIAI'H. I Joe Peters Glass CO.

    Srarke assisted by ushers. I Lee Jr. The mother is the former I the competitive .., S 1
    tators an,} enjoy porter. $ .ti"n( :Jfi, Town-hip .Soiit'iKan I I' ". .I i .1 ,n I I.. 1 I''
    From 9 to 10:30: a. m. Fridaythe Matle Jenkins teacher of :' games and activities. There Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Morris e :2; Ea-t with the XorlliriKlitofwa 1 OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darliy
    }' line of Stat-' llinli-I' Clerk of the Circuit Court FOR ANY CLASS NEED
    model Sunday School will be I first grade at RJE. Both mother will be racing in swimming other Mary Morris and Mrs. Flossie av' :0;.. -::" f"i )'..illl of |:rcinninc P.y \1.\rLm: L. Cro-l.x, 1)'P'IIo'l'k( \ We Design Modern Store Front

    and son are doing fine and areresiding shore. and a soft- leturned : them-e run \Yeterlaloiii;
    conducted by Mrs. Juanita Lewi'! types on :Mitchell have just .
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    s-aid Xnrth right f-\td.v Inn tditaii.e Just Mail Us A Pattern for
    Givens.At in Hawthorne with par- ball between Iiwtey and from vacation that I ... .
    delightful them.-
    or assistant Elizabeth game a I i of Ifl-i'i ( .1 : > :CITIC I: -ict Arriummmiammtajm

    10:30: a. m. the Life Of Jesus! ents for the summer. RJE Staike. This is expected to ,ook them as far as Beaumont Xortheilv and :.t right nnt'l., ,- i.. Table Tops
    li I linllt.ime
    said Xoith iirlit-of-wax -
    F-avtc'rii Stars Meet and the last day 'mmggg 1313: N W. 1th PI. Cainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-43331;)
    visited parts
    will he discussed by the delegates -, : be a gala day Texas. They many ( of "Uft f..r| : tin in'e "d!> _
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    from Luke A. I.E., Ala- I The Eastern Stars of Florida I for the summer program. Each of Louisiana including New Or- .Ka-terly uul.. pai.iliil, .t.. '''IXoith h f fggggg f -
    right (-\\ uv |1'1''" .1 .1.1t.UKe
    rhua. and Lawtey delegates held! a one-day session in Green child wishing to participate i i.' leans and New Iberia. : of IMS', flit I.. (InI'i I : t
    followed bv a reading from delegate Cove Springs. About M chap- I, asked to pay :25 cents this will Pleasant Grove Methodist boundary ..f -aidV : 4 ,.I >\\ COLONIALFLORIST
    of SW'i afore-.nil. tin, II. t i1Soiithetiy '
    of West Williston Church. ters of he state werelepre-j include your transportation and Church. Rev. D. W. Demps. will I aloii, -.1! I.I'I l.."t.ii.l

    to join in the the District Conven- I I lini, a di-t.u., .. ..t l ."."". ii. '
    At 11:30::: a. m. there will be a sented. The hostess chapter wa i lunch. Plan now be host to I aiy
    h I.. the ;point ,.f I.euinn, ",',111, ;
    sermon by Presiding Elder I :Martha's Xo. :!2 of Green Cove fun. tion which will I begin Wednes- :in.I that .."i'l ....tn.'.", -!h.] '! 1 1. HUNDREDS

    Bowlos or appointee. At 3 p. m Springs. Mrs. Angeline Wooten I ('Imrdl"t.:' .\\.. day. July 25. at the church: Sister beard bv' th. 11".ui. ". .dd.. :. .. I I.
    ratten onof tin .1 nlu- ..' 'I"i .
    the :Missionary Departments will I Worthy Matron, and Frances '. Moriah Methodist Church Beatrice DeSue is chairman i Court. in the CM." ml .Inilui: < .

    have charge, junior and senior. Chapter No HO of Starke. Mrs I'I't. D.V.. Demps pastor, held of the local program. :Mrs. Kelly i Bradford Coiiuu,!. I''I Mi I -. PHONE 218 of detail are managed and economically
    !Starki." FI..ritl. on \\ .Int., 'I! "
    All members are asked to wear Sarah F. ..T'nkinslost Worthy services all Sunday reporter. < attended that trained and
    day I .llti-t S. 1-: .';. al 2 'hi I." I, 1 I' M I only a
    whito League from 6 to 7 p. Matron Other representativesfrom The spirit was high and services I'miii Your t.litur: ,11I1111.' 1'1',';. careful organization can attend when

    m. t-aih ddY. 'On Friday night at I the Starke chapter inelud- weie enjoyed by all. We regret the disappointment i]I >; TIIEIl'.N; "f: ,I\ho Y.flIat.ltali .\I'\.\1'''"\ II ,...j (j) t the urgent need for serving is at

    S p. m. devotion will be led by I ed: Mesdames Clemmer Bryant I The church is happy tr last week when you did not find I'"rl\. lit' ).I. i t.'ii I I' "! i 1 Kin. hand.DeVVITT. .

    the Interdenominational Alliance |I Lizzie Peterson. Anna Belle I welcome the return to Staike I your usual news. but the Telegraph -| mi pi"ti'in I" ,. ,

    of Lake Cit '. P"PC.. Donnell. l Chandler. Gertrude Carter. AlAlbright. faithful member and Supt force was short-handed due FLOWERSFor

    president will jiieside. Sermon hprta Marv Arnold lour W. to vacation period and had to reduce -I Ill 'I 1 lie 4ollllt% .1.1..,,'* ( ..ii rt. Ill
    i of the Sunday School, Mrs. II uil I'... llrailforil ( mini *. I i..r1,1 All Occasions
    by P.tW.. P. Jenkins P. E I I'l'arlie'jlli.m! -<. Emma Cnim I Ri onks. Mrs. Brooks was re- the number of pages. Consequently ..-.. C. JONES
    I items had to be Ill l'riiliilr
    many |
    ,I'' rently hospitalized at Erewster almost two ix KI: The IM.IV: ..f t \\ ..iii.iFI I DISH GARDENS _ Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
    omitted. For yearsI
    Jacksonville. Since that time "M-. hili.,1111., ill.i >'a-.-il\
    have been your editor and have \i.lii-f ..r IMiins: IVlill.ui I I'... rinnl' Director
    at the Service
    has been convalescing IHi-hirKr \tliiiiiiilrnturN'nti. .
    SAVE on your INSURANCE home of her sister in Jacksonville not missed a single week reporting i. > i i' h'r..I.It" "II, ih.n I liix.fil.il '.
    your news to the staff. We nix tiit.il I ritmiv; .1- .'d,lni.nMt.itot POTTERY Our local funeral home enables nj to offer convenience an4 |
    : She returned to Staike on .. .
    deeply grateful to Mr. Matthews .f tin- "i-t.t-: : .f U.ilt.i service not otberwli available
    20' DISCOUNT ON FIRE : Tuesday of last week. We wish are < Fli-i- ,lini.iiin, .h.-t i.i-nl. Thu I
    and his force for the fine have filed my Petition f..r 'IiI.uti..ii "-' Flowers WiredAnywhere
    for "Our Mrs. Brooks" a speedy services they are giving us at no .mil fiM fin.il, ilj-, h.tg.. .lh,1 __ ,, ,, ,, II I .
    ;, I rec-overy so that she ran return that nil the 6th d.ix' ..f .\IIUM i "'
    30'- DISCOUNT ON MOTELS I in the church cost at all. Keep mailing or bring- I I'*'))!. I ill aI'I.Iv| | I I.. till- HLII..I, .ill.Thiii'ii ;. We furnish the highest type neTtles at lowest prices ...4ILCl'ept
    her of duty
    post ing your news to your editor who .\. y"'vIi. Cniintx .MnlK'' I AN T life insurance policy In force Issued by ANT ]
    well the community. Ir.u1f..iil CiMiniv. Kl'iiiil.i, f..r ,
    as as .1 i j'
    10-20r< Discount On Automobiles can be icached at 921 Oak St., or I l.ro"tI! nf '.u.I final i.'inii.u,1, ,. t Nona St. Starke company as payment In part or in full oa a tuners
    I Bethlehem Freewill Baptist |I IChur'h. P. O. Box 1168. Starke. f.nli nf .tli-tnl.uii anti fin.il, il I '
    | cli.irR1 a- .AdiimiiMi.ii ..f I 1-: carrlec no obligation
    Rev IMcKay pastor.
    of Pleasant i j
    The congregation .
    It.iti-I .f .tIt-"' "'I..j i-> lnii.inn, .h. fluI
    Buy Mutual/ Insurance And Save worshiped on Sunday morningat Grove Methodist Church enjoyed I]1.-.1. -- -

    I Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. having the Gospel Harmonaires of !I!j j Tuthe 1'11.\1:1.1')1\ : 1 1111.1 f Si'HMITT.\' of .Inh. I 1'i'i; |' i ij

    Claim : A. Jenkins pastor. Lake City at the evening service Ailmini-irator of tin I': -tbt.: ..f
    Quick Service Xo Dues
    Membership listened On Sunday. July 22.a \\ alt'r Kit I 1-1 hn.ami., (H-. .1" ...!
    1 On Sunday we last Sunday. j
    7 ,
    I 11 41oiio
    Two Licensed Agents To Serve You i td I Hev Pitts. pastor of Ma- special program will be rendered 4P.a4\

    : and Rev. p..ob-I of the convention :\ : -in tppntit =
    ( edoma Lawtey. in the interest @J. G1 { \
    In Circuit ( .....,. Itrniirnril County, I \
    in"<'n. pastor: : of Mt Zion. Law- which begins Wednesday. July I'liirittii: In ('ha'''''''.'.

    DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY I t ..v Dinner was served or 2All members are asked to pay Mary I..ff.Vl.it., ... plaintiff, x- 'I
    Samuel"hil". 1..f.1.1II1 .. .
    t the luiKh grounds at 1 p. m. $1 to help make this District Convention I'.i-t- Xn. UI-K.; ,7 i iNiitlrr -- --- -.-

    1 v :3 p. m Rev A. Vinson of a' high and mighty one!: : To tpprnrI ,
    13f W. Call Street I 1. : :SaniiiiVlilti, '. ulii"P t'--i- :
    Phone 2S3: i St II k., d.-liveted the message :n this conference. Rev. D.I j dftii ami, a.liln-. i h-- I'nknoun, I|

    <.in''! 't t 7-3rt: f Sundm( : night tflPONTIAC W Demps. pastor; Sister Irene You are ht'r..l.v nntl'ieir' mat a.
    ,Miit f"i il I"1'" "\\' and "..-
    Kelly leporter. I trol ..f Minor:, ..hililr.-n' haI.I...nil I II .
    Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church 11 I filed again>t you the above named
    ;Court and cause an.l you are required ,
    h.n toncluded a successful revival -
    6 J I L f I to 'O>rve a copy of your an- .
    n.llTl _
    ,, ... 1.. l1ft
    with two hew members add- ;swer or pleading ti> the complaint
    ,ion the Plaintiffs! Attorney I
    I c They will be baptized the first i Th".r \ / 5
    | : Yaun. .I'.l' I II IIi 41L
    -IJ"IY'! in August and Levy Ra- i i 'Ia\\.r 7'M.irKe.. Flmiila !
    I and file, th. original: in the office of
    '1: .1' Lennon will be christened al-|the Clerk ii I
    the Circuit Court on or All
    -" > Atidiey Mae Griffin won the before the )
    SETS NEW I I.: .1." ..( .\'lrii.*. I'i'il;
    mnti'st for School Convention -
    I Sunday .otherwise the aleeatlon! of paid ( ,
    Queen and will be crowned ,Complain nil! be taken as confea- p
    hy you. ,
    (! at the Youth Program Saturday This notice. shall te published

    night. An origmal pageanton |onrr each week for four consecutive
    I weeks in the Bradford Tele
    County i
    the life of Jesus will be presented -,I'graph.I r .

    fcy: the Supervisor of they I lUtl.l III-! II ..1."f .Itllx I..... .!
    I OKFICIAl.. SEA, Charles... A Daiuj ',
    PI).. starting at 8 p.m. Plan I Clerk of tht Circuit Court. I IBj

    MARK now to attend the convention.Ropiesentatives Marian U Crosby. Denntv >"I"r\

    rWORLD I. of New Bethel I r.; 4: -

    Hipti Church took part in the Use only electricity
    \om i: n) % i'i'itit -
    I.i "i-nvent.on held last week in Xew- In ('irui,It Court, llrnilfonl "..u n If.I'liiriiM I in your kitchen and laundry...
    In < hftnerrT. '
    h.M y Delegates were Delores I :
    James H. sih.r Plaintiff \ =. P.- here's why-
    Jonkins and Dan Flemming. Dea- i marn; Saltt-r, Dc-frndant. |

    >l'\ a:1.11Irs. Julius Royal have as[ ;i Case No. 10-10:4
    AVERAGES 118.37 M.P.H. FOR 24 HOURS AT l "'''re To 4nnear j
    thoi-' her Mrs. 1'
    guest aunt. Agnes To: n.'Sem.ine' 5alter whose r.%=i-

    Gid'in' of Deland. trtaude: | ileni'and addie-s l-'. AdamVis- '
    BONNEVilLE I huff and children of Deland re- You are hereby notified that a suit

    ..th''isited her mother Mrs. for divorce I!

    SAFETY EXPERT AB JENKINS AT THE WHEEL, A Piitth-i!, ; Royal. and other lelativesiriii ,above has been named filed Court against and you call in e and the ;

    fi ;endsNOIK | you are required to serve a copy of ,
    your a:"swer or pleading to the IT KE.1- COSTL.QW
    STOCK-MODEL PONTIAC PACED OFF UNPRECEDENTED I complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney .J
    .. I] Ralph P.uberto. :202! Profc?..i i.-'i!! il
    I i: 'I II ( ItIIIIIt
    I !| Building. Jack-oiuille :I!, FI:,\ ,
    IIII! : rri.halrrt.. 'rr-. IIS. 12IIIn : I
    2.841 MILES IN JUST 24 HOURS, SETTING NEW MARK I' I hi- t..nun" Uf .I li<- ( iMnili Juilur: 'of and the file Clerk the of original the! Circuit in the Coii-t oft'-e:r.n ,' .
    11..1" ( mult. loritla..
    or before the 6 day of !:')-!.

    I' In l I' .Trnlialrl .-. ; v I... P.-oS; otherw.se the allegation: : of ; !
    R : i K.n.y.: ..
    AT AVERAGE OF 118.37 M.P.H. AND AGAIN PROVING I I"j,i I'confessed, ard Complaint will be taken a-i
    i* \11' rrilltor* and lrr..o..H Hat.. '
    This: notU'ehall be pnMich'd
    PONTIAC TODAY'S LEADER IN PERFORMANCE iim.ilil I I'lain:..lalr. :or l>mtanilKauiM ,' oncl'f'af'h.k f'f (.tar eofleci'IteWeekut IIIII
    ; .
    \ .I I, .' X J b, r.I .1..Xi in the Bradfird: County Teie.craph.

    i i' I. ., I" -. *' .lIX Liate.1 tI.ie :2! d.l y of July! 1e :;. Ayou Mep op your u=(. of i-\\?< In. ,ty, }UUt t. ;' .' "< -i 1 i II.! <- J. > :ape/ rai'! vu' [rd'

    ENDURANCE, SAFETY (OffKial Clark:"Seal n Charlt-s( the Circuit A. Darby Court I If your kitchen and laundry ai' lunic, are um.; elrttruity /// i some utlict lu. !

    NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY THE RIGHT POINT: for the By Mar.an L Cr."b ', Denntv./$ U Clerk T/1T you're not enjoying the economy that only electrical In ing gives.

    nay jou \\ rite. Tome in and select Change your Lichen to all.el"clri now anJ enjoy these other LIZ extra ati'inu":
    NOTICK lu .tPIKtlt
    i \ >our favorite f>TKRBRUOKfountain ; In Circuit Court, llridlurd ('ou,,(,. SO
    Florid: In (.lianrerrMary f attest heal from frt' SO ClEAN-no soot or grim C'\ SO SAFE-no open flom...

    B COME IN AND DRIVE AMERICA'S : Pen. TFLEGKAI'II. C )r"3. Plaintiff: vs Paul! t range or water heater... %< on wallt and draperies.. V maichiesi...tumeIess.

    :Mtc.a: Defendant.; : . .
    Case Xo. 10-10" '--
    Niitlre To %rnmrTi ,". .

    NEW PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMY CHAMP I Paul Mca, nhse re'dT 3 .- .. .. \- --- ..- -. -- -- --- .
    GOT ASUMMER and address IlivZ: \ East L..II.J. .;
    .-' iitherman. Ttxa
    Imi ( Y'.u< are hereby notified that a
    ii.ti i tntUlIl1 r 1Vit tiWt&- COLD suit for dvorcebaa :
    oem fuea against you in the

    I' above named Court and cause and Want details? See deafer...be happy-go lectek!
    : your
    you are reQuired to serve a copy !
    TAKE t5k------:4: ,. your answer! or plea3ngto: the I
    SIMPSON : I, rnmolalnt ro" t". Plaiitl'"'
    for A" 'nv W.an:: D. Morgan.( 5"7': !tT* COMPAN'I I

    I I i'n; lu..d.ng. Jacks.nxille 2, t I. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT
    F. r.Ja ,
    symptomaticRELIEF -
    66 6 and f..- the original! tn the office of I "r'.lt.\' -- !!
    52S WALNUT ST. PHONE 132 -
    STARKE ; ..\. .he, hof Clerk, the of the Circuit! Court ocr !i
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    nan.JI'LY- 20, 19.V: !
    I I II I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT : Swimming Draws "TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE weeks In the Bradford County Tel.I.1 above named Court art ,'.t.-.e 'a
    Presbyterian Church j 't.- J-"- ', Ji> of June, l'-; you are required to --ITI .i c 'I',: v. if..
    I (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby your answer or pleidi'j; t
    [ Adult Choir GRIFFIS LOOP 400 To Summer Study FARMBy Clerk; of the Circuit Court complaint on the PU ':tit:' .\" ..
    Fi.day prameS 11) Mar.an: L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk }. : T K n>"in:. .; I
    j p n). 0'l'1tou \'i.uim,ters have entoll- b -'-' 4: : .'' .Ii it:.:.I'l.njT: .1.1'! Hand -
    15y II.
    file the or.glnil r-
    9:45 Mommy
    SundaySchool a m. "- 1,1 I m the swimming phase of the Janet Turner MMH i: n ii'pntu ,of the Clerk of the Cir ? t i '.
    : Worship "The Value of No ,Sunmiet' Prouiam: thus far. Couth I'hone 135-; In I irruil <'uurt. llrailfvril County, r brfi'ITi. the .." u..\
    I 11 I ,1 111. Union Evening Services Florida: In < bancrrv.ti' 1956; otherwise the a'::>;;.>. '!
    : :J. C. Hobbs said this week. ,,' K J.i..n. riiin-.ff. \- aid Complaint will K i...,. .. as
    Seleta Coleman family 11A11AAAIAIAAAAIAAAAAAAAMr.
    Fut Methodist Church, sermons i The |I Ul.asi: I,. Ja k- al..; It..f""la! t. ,confessed by you.
    Hobbs. noting classes in swimming ,
    hv Rev. J. E. Sherwood, 8 p.m. started the month of July off' i ..M- :\ !<'-I!:: !. This notke shoo:! t i.- "' 1
    of the with a reunion and picnic at' and water safety will continue i and Mrs. C :M. Seigler ha I \ulicr.. To IpprarT. iue each week for f <..- "
    ChurchSunday Tuesday -- The Women \\ .,:.. .
    St. Edward's .M I. .T.I.-: : n .
    ? d l' ;
    Mark's Episcopal necks the BraJf : > -
    St. Church will meet in the Sunday I Strickland's Landing on the first through July 27, said: there'IS as weekend guests :Mrs H. II iii.'t .II"J| .,,..jJ.1 ? ,v x ,.,' graph in >
    E. Mac'BlainServlces still time for participation. 1 II J K-: ..l-i ..... i;. ,.
    Bev. Raymond St'howl building, 8 p.m. Executive Sundav. Those enjoying this eventwete Blake and children and her mother .1 :: .4You Pa'i! '''- :1 l .lt
    Mass at 9.15 a m. are hereby! notified that i.m: njl..tl Seal Charle \ P. '"
    ) :
    and Board 7:30 p.m.Wednesday I, : Mrs. Jessie Crenshaw, Mr.I| Clasies are given for beginnersand Mrs. Myles, of :Miami f !Li ,' .n. :-: .i.. ..1.: Clerk .f th.' f .' < .":
    at St. Mark's Episcopa.lChur'h Holy day masses 6:30: a. m. (I Gaines- intermediates as well as swimmers i ,' :' '. : !I' .' '
    Prayer Meeting and :Mrs. C. M. Hatliff of Miss Linda Henschen of Jacksonville By Ma .an L Crjib \P '
    will be as follows: 18:30: a. m.Children's. II | Kenne'Sr. already proficient. Those in l.abeen f.Ifii: agdn.-t you In the .
    Church Catechism Class each 7:30: p.m.Thursday. ville, Mr. and1'5.. J. E. was the guest of Mr ail\
    II |
    9:45 am. -
    Sunday: : USO
    classes leave
    ,I 'I -- Junior Choir practice .. :Mrs. D. D. Lane. Delore swimming Mrs M. C. Roberts last week .. .. .
    11 a.m. [ 3:15 m.
    Class at :
    Wednesday p.
    School and ;
    at S:45 a.m.Ionday
    'I Powell of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs building : ,
    3:30 "."
    6:30 I : p.m. Lt. and Mrs. Bill Edwanls and
    and Sermon
    ; lIt>
    Prayer ight.* I WI
    Morning Keystone D. M Moore and children. Iris through Friday. a
    Y. P. S. L. William's Chapel) i son returned to Ft. EustiVa '.
    p.m. (At St. j Tuten. Xorman Tuten of Blacks Hobbs is assisted by Leonard
    7:3., Litany south to St.William's The TabernacleMiss Tuesday after a tenday'l"I*. ,, i ,
    Wednesday: pm. 21 At
    (Follow Hiway hear Ga.11'. and Mrs. C. R Register W. K.: Criswell James t- :
    and :Meditation; 8 pm. Choir Sign.) Moore and children of Waycross. Smith J. B. Dick. William Owen I with her parents Mr. and Mis li lif j,

    Practice. I Sunday Mass 8 a. m. : PhyllisIartin.: a returned Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. FowlerSr. :Mrs. Jane Chitty, :Mrs. :Mildred'' J. G. Cald'A-ell.

    Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Missionaryfrom Ecuador showed Mrs. Clarence Wynn and HiUhiork and student a.-vistants I Friends of little Dryan Erwin .

    11 a m ; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. Confessions before all Masses.I I slides of the recently martyred daughter Inez of Alma Ga. Mr Charlene Dennis and l'.tt Hobbs.. will be interested to know tha I
    enr'one.tnltGRIEX. missionaries and their families at he recuperating at home after
    awaits and Mrs. \\-. A. Fowler Jr and is
    ;, BETHEL: : an interesting Y.T.C. meeting in children of Augusta. Ga.. Mrs being confined to the Lake Butler

    + BAPTIST CHURCH :the Gospel Tabernacle Saturday Harry Stern and children. Mr hospital with virus pneumonia. !

    \I'TIST CUl'RnlSunday i Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching -,,night. and Mrs. B. J. Jacobson Mr and NORTH SIDE I I.
    and 8 m. Mr. and :\11'5.1.. J. McRae are children. Mr.: Mrs. L. W. Pace had!
    School 10 a. m. Preaching services 11 a. m. p. :Mrs. X. C. Coleman and and
    missed from the services. beingon lly Mrs. Oscar Carter last week :Mr. and Mr-
    11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p Song service 7:30: p. m.Rev. relatives in Frost- E. X. Col..nian.11' an.Irs! as guests
    m Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer R. L. Lee pastor.eln'HclI i a viet is also Morgan:; Harper of Staike. :Mr :Melvin Smith and sons of D\: <"
    7'30 m.CHARLEY proof. Mrs.: J. Thornquest and Mrs. E. M Griffis, Mrs. 0 I Tenn.
    Meeting Wednesday p. OF JESUS CHRIST missed, having returned to her T. Griffis, Leonard Coleman. MrsL. :Mis Oscar ('art'rr Carrie I Little Michael Rucker has it-

    LATTBK DAY SAINTS home in Jacksonville after a visit C. Crawford Troy Crawford. Norman, and! :Mrs. Howard Nor turned to his home in Xati'lloll!

    here with friends. I Mrs Mabel Chapman. D. G. Lewis man and daughter visited Miss City. Calif. after three 111'''n'h"

    Services each Sunday in old Lind.i Griff, Inez Stern, of Francis Norman of Highland, and I I stay with his grandparents: i .
    Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun REUVAL T( OPEN MOM U VVAT Jacksonville.: R. :M Coleman :Mrs Rebecca (Grannies i Rosierat and Mrs. J. :M. Bradley an.1I! .4

    day School 1"1a. ni. Sacrament BETHEL: \PTIVT CHURCHRevival of :Maypoit. Donald Stern of the the home of11'. and Mrs. Wil- and :Mrs. S. P. Rucker III'1lk'-

    Service 6'M p. m. Everyone: wel services will open at t' S. :Marines. Cherry Point X. lie Reddish in the Evergieen section Butler. :Mrs. Pucker aoompanicd! I

    come. Beulah Baptist Church, in Clay C. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Coleman':' Tuesdayafternoon.. Michael home. y aaa
    23. and children of Aladiua. F. R. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Douglas of 'i Mr. and :\Irs1.. C Robt" .
    County, on Monday, July :
    IIEILBRONN services will Coleman and childien of Ocala :Miami left the Oscar Carters', spent Sunday with Mr and\ :M I ; .
    Song and prayer I I
    BAPTIST CHURCH with preaching 1 Frank Coleman of Lakeland Mr: Thursday for points in Georgiaand I Bryan Whitfjeld in Campbilk
    i i begin at 7:30 p.m. I
    Andrewsis i and Mrs. Carl Cason and children :, South Carolina for two :Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pa e t-
    School 10 a.m. Preach- at 8 p.m. Barney I
    Sunday Laurie j of High prings.11'. and weeks. turned Sunday after spending a ,
    the ant
    Union 6:30 ,
    r ing 11 a.m. Training 1 W. :Moore Ovieda and Ed Gross and I week with her
    :Mrs. M of Mr. and Mrs. relatives in Ten : l lpM
    Saunders is pastor.KINGSLEY i
    7:33 Prayer II '
    p.m. Preaching p.m. :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coleman. :Mrs. Allafae Flitch of Jacksonville nessee.: : ,

    a Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. LAKEMINSIOXARY I find Robert and Ernest Colemanof attended the party for Mrs. I Mrs. Sidney Starling: tel lam-I "' n.

    Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. BAPTIST Jacksonville.Mr. Effie Johns at the Oscar Caiter 1 ed Thursday night of last week [
    : I I
    and :Mrs. Morgan Harper ,, home last Friday night. I with a surprise birthday pal t:." ,
    AIR PARK: Sunday School; 9:15 a.m. Morn- had as guests during the week Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Forsyth and I honoring her son, Lamar on his ,

    E. JOHNS & SON It\1TIST CHURCH ; ing Worship 11 am. Evering their son-in-law and daughterMr : daughter of Jacksonville visited 15th birthday anniversary Sixteen 'I

    Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Iorn- Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting I' : and :Mrs. J. C. Tuten and I the Romie Crawfords last Sun of Lanvir's young fnend.- I It's a great life! You'llcapturesomethingof ,
    about this questionWe ing Worship services 11 am. each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone I children of Niagara Falls N. Y.. i da ', it being Romie's 43rd birthday helped his mother surprise and''

    were looking: at new : Training Union 6:45: p.m. Eve- ; welcome.-Rev. H. H. Matt I I and Mr.: and Mrs.: E. M. Beckum shower him with many nice gifts.1OTr" : that feeling when you have a growing sav-

    homes. I was amazed at the j fling service 8 p.m. Come and I pastor. ;i and daughter. Sue Smith of Mr and Mrs. Oscar Carter are I I

    high prices. A home like ours | worship with us. j I Jd'k. onvil1e. 1 spending two weeks vacation at I : Tft'I'Kl1 I ings account at our bank.
    would cost $5000 more than SEVENTH DAY :Mrs. Seleta Coleman is visitingI i Hot Springs Ark. Their store will III Circuit Court Bradford C801l',. I'
    XEW RIVER : .\Un STI"'T CHURCH I : Alma. Ga. for a few weeks. remain closed during their ab I Florida la Chancery i
    rebuildit !
    our fire insurance to I ] .irolil .\ Spangrnlx' IM.i.iitiff:
    Could insure to full BAPTIST CHURCH theltomle Mrs. Lizzie McKinney has our sence. I| .Inca li:. .-;.SIMMK.HI., l'd"II.I-1
    we each Sabbath i
    1 Services heartfelt sympathy in the loss ot !I Jackie Johns of Jacksonville i "'. rave :\oo. 10-lMx I II A FEW DOllARS AND LITTLE ACTION IS All IT TAXES TO
    value for only about $9 moreer School, 10 a. m.Vor- of S. N. Brown across from ;[ Notice '1'.. .Ipprar I II
    | Sunday I II' her brother, O. B. Moody of New spent last week with her grandparents I
    years? i I ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening Service -I' Bethel Baptist Church east of ,I River. 1 Mr. and :Mrs. P. B. Johns. I! ..T.-i
    7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m [i Mr and :Mis. Ralph Gainey had Mrs. G. L. Sapp entertained tirt-t. Iniiiniinuii. 1'.'nias h.1111."
    Charley E. Johns I Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone Bible Study each Wednesday, as weekend guests11'. and :Mrs 'the Junior Sunday School Class i I! You suit for are divorce hereby notified that a 1 COME IN AND GET AN EARLY START!

    welcome.L.. I.. Parker, pastor. I! 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. !i Keith of Jacksonville.tVTTTTTTTITTTTTTTTTTTTTI. with a party last Friday night |Chas been filed against you in :118'abo'e
    I I i iHKISTIVX iI named Court and cause and
    I ,
    and 1t'MUvdl
    The Brotherhood
    ,you are required to serve a copy of
    & Son UOODLAU'N MISSIONARY (' ; CHURCH I' \ meet tonight (Friday) at your answer or pleading to the
    AgencyPhone I i ii {complaint on the Plaintiffs
    BAPTIST CHURCH Ii i u-\.. J. .:. shpiAUMitl. Pastori 7:30 o'clock. All members are Atl..rn.>> Ma.I k S Pat-h i I- i',
    to attend. i I'nw. r !,4I:t. "t.u 1Fl".I! ,
    10 a D1. Sunday School 11 a.m. i Bible School, 9:43 a. m.Iorn PINE LEVEL urged and file the oriKlnal In the office FLORIDA BANK 9* STARKEll
    13 Starke, Fla. reaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45 pray- ing Worship 11 a. m. Youth Mr. and :Mrs. Reese Scott of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
    were dinner guests of her mother. or before the
    :r service, 7 o'clock song services Church 6:30 p. m. All young hy ;Mm. H. M. :\11'1:111': Mrs. Cora Jones at Fernandina 1 2l'th' 41"r .fur!\ !1'a I Member Florida National Group
    otherwise the
    i people invited. allegations or said
    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMi Beach last Sunday. Mrs. Scott Complaint will be taken! as conjfeispd -

    (111.,11 01' C.OI I -. and children remained for a few I ThIs by notice you. shall be published iI i i7
    and! A. J. Fender attended I
    days''isit.. once each week for four consecutive
    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Morning the funeral of Mis Fenders i It is nice to have Bro. Charles .- -- .. -- ,
    aunt. Mis Mildred! Higginbotham R
    FLA. Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. While there they were I i, :Mrs H. C. Bleasdale Jr. and I, TO THE PEOPLE OF Ili L''

    Prayer :Meeting Friday, .:15 p. m. guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph i I children of Gainesville were weekend I' .
    REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor UXWTEY: I I I guests of Mi and MOs John-

    Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town. 'I ling Sunday Worship School, 11 a.10 m.a.YPE m. :\Iorn-I Service -(i an Jimmy overnight Bagwell guest of Staike of James was i ny Cowart. : III STARKE AND VICINITY I I lil1:;

    Phones Office 231 Pastorium 130 I Saturday, 7:30: p. m. II | McRae recently ..- .Tn..TT..TTTTTVTTTTTTTt 'II.' .,..!1
    I We are sorry to report the : '
    1! CHURCH: OK niRIST Ii j illness of our pastor's wife Mrs : We do appreciate and cater to local business Be- 'ili1f
    Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 8:00 .' M. |i C. I. O\erturf Jr., Minl.terSunday W. E. Hall. i HIGHLAND I

    Sunday School 9:13:) A.M. Training Union 6:13;} P.M. 1: Bible Study 10 a. m. I Mr. and :Mr.s. A. J. Fender Ity :\11'1. Lacy i'onuanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI cause the environment and fine food in our Restaurant jj'I: :
    | Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening and family. Mr and Mrs. Earl !It t I II :

    Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Worship 7:30 p. m. |: Goodman of Starke. Mr. and ,I are the best Our prices are not any higher than I 1.I[,

    Wednesday Bible Study 7:30! Mrs. Felix Sapp of Heilbronnand illli
    WDVH :Mr and Mrs Eugene Austin \
    Service at '
    Hear the Sunday Morning over '
    i p.m. Billy Spence enjoyed a fish and family have moved into their i other restaurants of this section We invite you to !ii'':
    11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. | Radio. program. "Old Paths" fry at Lake George on the | new home across the railroad | I" "
    j ach Sunday 9 a. m. Station Fourth of July. j 'I''
    i They have been away for some
    and for '
    WDVH.D Those who enjoyed the Fourths! time and we are glad to have come see yourself II! :

    at a fish fry at the Fred Conner ': them back. I'','

    I Camp on the Fourth of July ,. ,IIiI'
    rrr I Little Kathleen Lang has a badly ; !
    were the H. :M. A. R and B. M J injured aim and hand from ,

    MoRaes, the L. A. Crosbys, the getting it caught in the washing I'
    i Robert Myricks and Mrs. Sue I IIyrick machine. I IMr I Our Special Dinner for Sunday July 22 !
    M : !
    :\ Mr and Mrs. J. C. England and Mrs. Bill Pendarvisi I I
    Tommy England, Miss! I"
    are the of
    proud parents a son ; '
    0 Greta Fae Alvarez and the T. born July 8 in St. Luke's Hospital, | i'l II
    Roast Leg of Spring Lamb (Mint Sauce) 1.75 !
    N. Normans all of Stal ke. Attending | Jacksonville.! Before her' marriage -

    I from Jacksonville were i Mrs. Pendarvis was :Miss'': i

    Rev. and Mrs. O J. Raulerson 'I Iris Xorman. I Shrimp Creole, Yellow Rice (En Casserole) 1.65 :';:I II

    N Mr and :Mrs. B. E. Eggers and I Mrs Zettie Padge tt returned I

    family and the owners of the i Saturday after spt'ndingseveral Roast Young Tom Turkey 1.50 il:!
    Mr. and :Mrs F. L. Connor | J
    days with her
    S I granddaughter (Cranberry Sauce, Celery fliblel Cra\y) i '!
    I Present from Brooker were :Mrs Bettie: Stalling and family. !. I I'
    Mrs B. E. :McRae. :Mrs. V. E I at Heilbronn Springs. ''"

    Thornton, and Joseph Thornton ': Sunday Serv <'es. Highland : Choice of Any Two Vegetables III!II;

    Baptist Church Sumhy II

    T rt S School 9.43: a.m.Iorning Wor-i; Candied Yams Buttered Carden; Peas. Whipped Potatoes ,I II
    ship 11 a.m. Evening Sen-ice I I,
    : Tilt RIGHT POINT for the S p m Prayer Service each Wednesday I
    _.E wayyou' write. Cone In and Select S p m. EC. Haivev Tossed Green Salad Ilj I.1 I.1Ii'

    THE INDONESIAN TRIO Fountain your Pen.favorite TELEGKAPH.ESTF.RBKO.OK' pastor. II iESSERTStrawherrv Short Cake with Whipped Cream il I"Ii'"'::;,

    AND II Hot Roll and Butter Coffee or Tea I!

    r- Quiet Smoothie! We Carry A I II!! I I I'lI"i!I II
    Messages ThatChallenge Complete Line 'I I" I Ii; I'!II;: ,!

    Music That / r OF :!'I' i A Sample of Our Two Daily Luncheon Specials IC:'

    Inspires :;'III"; I'III I'I ', '

    Trio By Dr. Mashburn -, DICK POPE'SFAMOUS I:!!;I Ham Croquets, : : Creamed Chicken on I'I'?:
    By The LIL< ,
    ''"0 $ :;11;: Cream Sauce : I Toast Points85c I'

    1 0Sermons ; s I:I' Ii 85c ', I.;OJI' '
    .4 Cypress Garden I."
    Iv tSon Ilil:;!! Fresh FriedFlounder Grilled Center Cut Ii:
    :' ,> In Enulih.lapanee : AnEpecial Pork
    : :: t Chops ; II I
    Indonesian \' 4er'' t. Empha i:s On r WATERSKIIS 1:1'1 I t 95c
    40 h p. 4 Clindrra E 95cChoice :

    Mi.. ions K\an in line Alrcmal Choice Of) :
    ,elNm: Firing: Thunderbolt" II Of Any Two VegetablesCandied 1 Any Two Vegetables
    ,r/ Ingn.-fore a d
    I Hot
    0 3. Buttered Rice
    .Ntutral... and _ _: I' Yams: Creen Peas>> t
    : Whipped i Potatoes
    I -Green Baby Lima III
    e S i i S
    Slaw I Potatoes
    r', -:: Cole Whipped
    Nursery Will Be powerful listoday's produaioaoutboardiheMer.ury mat \ ', ;- I I DESSERT ::iI:: Beans -DESSEKT Small) Tossed Salad I ',

    Come And \ f .Fruit Jello with Whipped Cream i ,! I
    BringConvenience 6 SAFE Orange Cake
    Open For Your n Mark 55': Super- \ : : Tangy Lemon Sauce :
    a smooth pouertlowJ DEPENDABLE Hot KolU) Coffee i i Hot Rolls 'offee '
    A Friend complete silencing,engine r ECONOMICAL and Butter or Tea : i and Butter Or Tea '::!:"

    Y new D>na-Float" ,till;Ii;/.,
    iL ( With You Suspension for -- Stop In Our Show Luncheon
    ., g super quiet operation Specials Change Daily !
    without loss Room Today and : il!
    of performance. 'bit std roar :
    Dr. Charles Mashburn I
    With FullJeweled ::::. See Our Large .I !I
    Power'! -- I

    Selection :, I GOOD FOOD H I

    Sun SportsAT :I AND II :!


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    SUN. NITE, JULY 22 Thru WED. NITE, JULY 25 :
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    j Tobacco Everyone Enjoys Varied Summer Program Travel Allowance Adult Education I Lawtey Council Rents One--Of-Three Escaped-

    rowers Benefit ;1, -- j Courses Shifted l Market Site To LionsLea. Convicts Is ArrestedOne

    / rom "Soil Bank/ Given Two Agents :To of the old Lawtey shipping of three! pii>. .:iei 1' '

    Help Workmen platform to the Lawtey
    ,. V \i I ly escaped horn the St.it- !1'o
    Lions Club for 20
    year was approved -
    ( : : !uhi i ': .1; ;r-iendi! : 1J.
    TV.ehv Bradford tobacco grow- For Farm Circuit .\ ,. .! ?:: '. ;r'1-:; ,Iu. by the Lawlt'C'lty Coiin-
    t 1-
    l : ; will receive Fedeial "soil !.'!! nUl.dt'g't'd: I.' m.ike i il i at the regular n.eetin;: held ,:1': I. Mti! ;.'.>. a whi': :}<: -

    rk" money for plowing unlieir them recent1 .. Sr t" ..;: ".'1 ,;;....s,; ,d..... .\ :..
    .\ $:.'.'> iii'inthlv ti.tvel available: : to Hiimphieys,1
    t r aHo:1
    \\ -
    ; crop. County Agent George .. Gold employees is Under terms <'f the lease the'Lions voik g.if.a .Ini'.t: 'Jl ir.'i! -; ;"
    expec'ed to
    v : ,< riintei: to two of
    said this week. {
    Huggins will the .-itv $1
    be : pay per .
    1 Mi: idfoid County's home and I! inaugurated Sept 4. :RW.IX fr ,)m !ri: irds I k .' -
    The program is the Fedei.t1 se ar.

    answer to over: :ru agents bv the County Com-, School Supervisor L. H. Gibson -;|l' A heated discussion on the mat clotir.i! ; foi.: : rue L l L :N; .

    oduction. It will pay 14 cent i 'I sion recently. : said the demand for adult !j iter, of fonvarding licenses of perM home at W'.itci ak. t ; : v -
    und for a crop's estimated! The" allowance effective Oct 'education courses had been steady >ns convicted of drunken ,lr \'ing.in |1"l'h"I1'I.-1 '"\ Client: : .1' -. \'

    : eld, providing the crop is tleoyed. .--- 1 will go to County Agent 'over the past few years with 400 1 Tallahassee lesulted in sharp'' l.e.id! o! I'-:: 'ii i fount\ : .

    The deadline for ap;> u- : 4 .,'ore;: T. Hug;ins and 11iss11I1lothy ; !registered in the past year. Under \clash between Councilmen Cecil af i-i i.., i M apeTwo

    ? : -t g. however was July 15. Ross home demonstra- the double shift system popui i Whitehead and O. J. Phillips. !, ot'ieinte' : c-\ -

    said about :25 out of 9 t t'on The larity should increase sufficiently
    Huggins -. agent. Commission add Other members of the council, i I ert L. B"iid! .,ad Bn.c: K: l. -
    115 sought iiirticipate. i' I $liOO to its 1956-57 (to warrant employment of a full- Ii
    growers a budget of r j H. C. Kelly. Da8huford and nett. both tiu.-.ees: r If't : .
    I Thirteen ruIeieligible 1 1I the additional 'time teacher.
    expense. Mitchell Brown al..i "
    into the .
    got blocks at 4 a. m. Juno ,
    i ij because they had hai-I isted Plans are to have adult
    I The action was taken at the sessions i posedly for their dill:* '

    j part of the crop. t I. quest of a three man delega- fromI :30 to 7:30: p.m. and addItional row.The clash was the result of an i i Prison dairy Inste.id. : !-.< '

    "The program was annoum ed 1 "i'i headed: by Foster Shi I I ] sessions from 7:30: to ifl-' : effort on the part of the Council I Itr | a car belonging to Lcxi ; : -

    ; days behind schedule." seiiluggins. : srib: i anil I ( onsitingof John I It 30 p.m. i iI establish a funi policy to fol- i a Prison employee

    "Some growers had hai-I .j Cir ; r I' "'i:.;l.is; of Drooker and Lloyd I I Adult courses now in progress 1 low In tases of this kind in the j X. trace h.is bee: :", '1" :

    small amounts. And al! ; J : -r of Starke. will end July 25. The new sessions fut ure. II either th,- :u ,o tu-! -.\ tOne -

    I ough I told officials in Cain --.- 'i' -i> group requested a $oO aI' I start Sept. 4.

    Ile we would destroy the !lit 1 II I.- : '-Mli\ raise for Muggins. Smith, Gibson currently isnt'ldtn : I Recent Birth i! Sentenced

    harvested they refused" to I pile' ;i"; iK.-d I Muggins highly and I II ]hammer and paint bluhhllo' Mr and \Ir" Outlet K Myei.i ,

    ese growers eligible. .1 red him "one of Bradford I 'reno'atingspal'e in the old : '
    t'SO C < 01 Southern Pines. X C an- < .sinrv: .Iii.ige T \ \ -

    Earlier. Huggins had predicted : ( ', 'rrnty's best county agents." 1 1Muggins building for a handicraft work- ,noum-e the birtii of a .d-iughter. : v.tck foiindVilli.i'1 : > .

    i t ry few Bradford growers would now makes S6.000 a I shop.' The additional space will I Amy ;Nannette. July! IU. The SpnnA'e; giiir.of: ir.p.: -.'< < i-

    i interested in the program this .. .'i". hut the county pays only 'be needed since night 'teenage in.iteinal i.indpaient.- :ue Mi I Ian | ;in:: :11'1.1 ... .1..1 a .:::, .

    : j ar. since they already )had m N : tiuo a.its share. with other activities ,
    are likely to contin'i- ; I Its Jtiiiiii: : Smrh: S'.tiKi' d ii\s n'U'meU: :

    sted in fertilizer and plants i-M-m-ies: paying the remainder i in the building during the *, bud

    .I But. he saId! rain and '.'. nJ The Omimision generally'i year. '

    d crops so badly iluee i :'; lIu gins deserved a I Adult education classes g.- I ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing f":"i iI

    i]I: ago that many groweis .ip 1 IK( **, but it said Miss Ross.1 II I ; erailv include such basic lo-us-:: 1'1 I Established 1S9 ::11

    as a last ditch measure ?* would have a legitimate coma as English social shill!.,- -r.--i

    I, For the 12 eligible! for pat .. I 1'1 "i nt if she did not receive one and Science. Gibson said h. Imp.-,

    .Ii No.. 'to add American histoiv tvpbookkeeping :1-.
    tion, the
    said esi
    j yield per acre ranged fmn Q The! Commision also shied I and handiciaft NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100/ -- $300

    ) to 1,500 pounds. .iw.iv from a full S50 monthly Most of the cost of the pi.<-

    i; Although growers cannot bar iai: ,0>. for fear mounting inI I gram is borne by the State mii-: PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL

    j any crop from the ".sou rst i: \ jiiit l U .p'storial check\ ill 11.- teases might result in higher i mum Foundation Proc i a m :aithoufth u i-

    nk" land during 1956.: they ian jurcntly 'iij<)jabe! actmticsi taxation. S2 is charged to pay ,'ti. M MARION FINANCE CO. Inc.

    1 soil building crops or estab fJfl'i- < I'.radforil'Siuiiii.'r Program Strongest opposition to the E expenses as heat and lighting ,

    pasture. The pasture cannot for school .MMinjjs'.rr-v requested $50 came from Commissioner 2IS W. Urmersity Ave Phone FK6-iM.t2:

    i grazed however. until Jan 11. A. Bishop Jr., who ]Pre-Dawn
    ] top, during suinuniii!; lcs-.ni". Fire Levels Gainesville.; Fla.
    acknowledged the value of Hug-
    1 at Kingsley I.aki' are (li-l't to
    i Under another phase of the gins but commented "There are I Residence At GrahamA
    right ) lioimie (iraml.m. I'a\e
    i bank" Huggins !' plenty of businessmen; on Call
    program I H'n"I''I".n: :Moore

    id up the to Federal 80 per Government cent of the cost will and the r.tinnic picture Harper.at middleleft..t hat in is anil!Pt not a salary making raise$6.000 would a year bemight ed the pre-d.iwn seven-room fire July res.dcm;r df-trov e ot Sell It Rent It Trade II

    building up the soil. (- ,'wt )' hard to explain to them.:' Johnny Han is at Gtahan:
    Hill TalxT brother IIf.h"l: |) The fire
    Bradford has about ll.:> growois In the end the Commission apparently sten.nui..
    Fah'r (if !Starke. Ste\e :Martin -
    ,';:25: acies of tohao.xCoach agreed unanimously on the S2n: ;j 'from faulty bathroom elect m'
    : of :Markc! is the ambitious
    monthly travel allowance foi 1 wirinleveled the house an.
    golfer (ii.iiiiatiire sl> lc) in thepicture 'threatened
    boiii! Muggins; ; and Miss Ross a nearby waifhoiisc.Xeighbors .
    Passes ahsi.\t'. while Clulldi.l
    I i who fill ni.'h their own trans attempted to telephonethe '
    Pa.lget! of Hnioker (left ) takes 1'111 t.ition. Starke fire department at :3 Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

    F I Union County in library actmtics.Higher a.m.. but were unable to I'mta..tthe JO WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION 5O

    operator at the Gainesville
    Starke Dog Troubles E.1ClIUUlTIO _\L WORD 2c

    ) i Shad\ i Br 'ant. 41-yeai- Bradford Shows Taxation Unfolded By Jackson The Erooker volunteer fne department 11101"T OF 1* PKH (T.\T 0\ TWO on MOHK I% $>KIITIOS
    :: former Bradford High School J J answered :'\.. MIII1TION. Flln IU.IM)> 'IIO! a call but
    I coach died of a heart
    Of Prison UrgedBy The City of Starke is having; I I,1'ig found the house past saving. WAXTKD OAio. ri.KAK CoTTON F e tit ItCXT-.u 'luise ,.
    I In. d. 'tl.j.,
    I :
    last in Lake
    Thursday 1:0;.> I'.int"I' Army Shirtttrailfnrd -. a iid I" ", u're
    touble Harris 1I"Ur""I.,
    Increase In ; was alone in the house i I y : '
    fount v Tfleeraph. tr "riaM "I .
    AlV"w"li I
    j Commissioner "The situation is getting bad: when he was awakened by !smokeHis _- man. l'i \y.
    : I'I"'I
    Ir. been
    Bryant had Union rflt f,,
    :Mayor W. T. Jackson told theItb't' Wife and children WE're'isit Fun IJKXTSix r..m unfurnished :
    coach for the eight years Commissioner H. A.i |11"| ll-l, 111'1"11"- .ll (...> 'b. llnlllAlipliaiy. *- .. It l-RRKH STAMPS n.itd.u.'rs .
    ] County foice :ing relatives I->> .rd..r
    Monday in City in Starke.
    / ;
    I P Itclig fithfliherer.. ,.
    to his death. lie in .rotn'
    coached Industry Output i Buddy i Bishop Jr. thinkr. the Coiut. "I'm All few f4i-shfluiJe tamps, '''dls.
    getting plenty 01 I except a items in the I. T..I" BraH..rd i 'eantytr
    for two years. during ,State Prison should pay more taxes :- calls. One was from a lady who hOU>b were destroyed. 01 It TKM'IIltlOS: \1\ i-i-i'i un' rar>h.

    t 19t64'anj 1917-1S sessions to Bradford County. since it is i said neighbors were sll'kmgtht'll All U \)la...... -IUI":All UIUU MudrUItraouuablr ;% PAIl (ix SH'ro.t: ;:< KEY-

    services were held in The industrial output of Eiad- ,embarking on a $100,000 a year big dogs on her little dog." rknrK'" Euaranlrrdcii STIXE T.-\TF. RANK Kf V.
    kt Lake Butler Baptist Church I ford County increased 1.000 per ;timber Work Will Start Soon r. Mir.riiKKii STOXJIa.EIGJlTS.tiER: 'I.\ )IEd.
    harvesting program. And. noted Jackson Staike has rOn ot: \\'. call !.I. siarL PH 2.ta FDIC.
    'cent, dollarwise. between 1947
    The county normally cannot tax been without a dog catcher sine* Lawtey Lions Unit
    Ir. Bryant was active in civ- and 1954. according to figures j FOR SALB-New S I ? x 16 Concrete 1 1I
    State property, but under a special the resignation of I V. Anderson: "ANT A
    block. 13c. Cement $1.50 I ; ?
    i and church affairs. lIe was a compiled fcy the U S. Bureau of 'I
    i legislative act Bradford taxes several weeks ago. That's whi > The Lawtey Lions Club voted.. per bag. Mortar Mix J1.30 per "nu
    of Tennessee. ting.
    1 I the Prison on an evaluation of $6 i the police force is in the dog business I- last week at bimonthly meet- ::j ..h..n.. 94. Starke. tf I era three bcJ p..j horn new. bl.d_
    a football coach. he was one can,
    i i The figures show Bradford employed ;an acre. said Bishop."We're i, ins at Joe's Grill to start work imJ J pJri, 111 etery d..lall for
    the most successful in the I.AKKVIKW KK.VII .>n Rig Sant.- )OU San pay wkjc
    : HI in industry in 1917 taxing all other timberland Jackson refreshed the foce's i mediately on the job of fixing up Fr 'nttaKes r..n".1 l I.y week or ua. .. ..III huw a. )0. .arD. ('alJ

    -.T. J Conference. He led ]Product'aille increased by manu- j on a basis of $8 an acre f' memory by I'eadmgthe city ordinance a mt'etingplace on the old Law- i iiiuitth. Bat hi III!:. lioating. Fish.I'jeflii I and "'plaia ibe'cry 11/.11.""Ibe 1'10.r..._.
    : Union County team to the I parties ".-l.-t>mei! low
    j facturing was 258000. .ry do...
    ; championship in 1919. said Bishop. "The State should[ which prohibits any dop i I ley shipping platform. j i 1H 't25i2. \\ ahl.> .\. I.. 1'i"n'l mODI.I paSwaa JI&..l'a''I. !.
    But. in 1951 there were 614 what other citizens are having from running at large. They're President Doug Jones said the P. 0. Cox 603;; KariU.n.; }' rent.
    : and 1954.: j pay FLORIDA
    I employed in 21 manufacturing es- to supposed to be leashed or in aconveyance. first step will be to wall in one I I. REALTY CO.
    was named all-Southern pay. Of
    tablishm 'nts with a total payrollof >end of the platform to make it'' Foil UKXT-Furnished garage Starke

    tailback while play- $1,839,000. The value added by "It's my understanding that Police policy. he noted. has bt't'nto suitable' for a club house and apartment modern conveniences. 1 (Gay .iNdi... it. ti..H.
    i Adults. Phone 1S3-W. :Mrs. A. F. .
    for the Cotton Bowl champ- national forests pay the counties I *. J. Thorna)
    !:' manufacture was 2314000. \ destroy dogs only when they're i later when additional funds are ; Sauls. 633 McMahon St. tfchgKINGSLKY aria Trmpl ,.,
    j Clemson team in 1939. He 25 per cent of all revenue from A Tel 3.'i3
    obviously a nuisance. ;available some work be done I I Slark,, .
    was named to the honorable value added by manufacture the land. If this applied to the may i Florid
    All-American team. is determined by subtracting "Shoot. if necessary sat 0 'on the floor. ; : I.\KE :
    Prison get $25,000 a
    ( year Jackson "but don't shoot Me I"tslt S.\I.1--T
    if thedog said
    plans are being made | ", It'dr"uln
    his in 'the cost of materials from the i _
    of honors was 1955 ullf.nl.b
    (out of the deal. isn't nuisance." I Large ....II kept buo.... 2 bed 'd "uud bun al.." ,
    a to
    i hold fish "in
    now a in the
    he was named coach of the value of shipments of manufacturing iI fry near roum< and ftlrrplnKT porch !oil pllrl'h. J-moQ' John, .. ii.nt.
    ; High School All-Star establishments. Bishop speaking out at are- I future to raise money for the proj- font fake front lot, dusk, boat I ) \411'\ Itll1"tn'I 7'u\ "
    rent commission meeting, sail ect. hnusr, KrrtBBU uuarlrm. Price
    I The first of two heart at- Thus. the 1947 figure of $253.- : Two I Get 30 Days u; HU.IHMI.IMI.: smr flnan.-iiix andSemis WJrWY AXI !'LI.J.1:1'( :
    he believed 1,700 acres of Prisor Later. the T'If- k'i'nNi.I
    i, I prevented him from ac- <000 and the 1954 amount of $2- Lions plan to fix up I may br arraaitrd.FLORIDA I .. Eirod Furniture t'..
    Land is in Bradford County. I ri 43.
    I the other end of the platform for __ tt."hltFR."CmSE
    the honor. ,,314000! represented a 1,000 per tin Juvenile Case REALTY CO I
    The $100.000 harvest of use as a recreation the' : :
    a year ,, center for
    \'ors include his wife. Mrs. i cent increase in the value of Of Starke Strk.. OPPORn.SI.1'r for
    I timber at the Raiford Slate Prison I- 'teen-agers of Lawtey. Sort Ice Cream A 11am.
    ; : Bryant; a daughter i manufactured goods. Two men have 30 days in jail burger Combination Store; Wra'I
    (Guy Andrews W. B. Sewell
    will Contracts ,
    1 hs: mother. Mrs. Sarah Actually the entire North Central get underway soon. to ponder about the ill effects I. O.FreM.Ptte of North Florida P.
    1 for trial basis County School i A. 9. Thomas) Dox 9j91;; Jacksonville '
    a 90-day g, 1 1.1
    brother of Group
    i i ) ; a and two sis- Florida area showed vast riling a court judge.That's .
    were awarded in Tallahassee I to: 353 Temple Ave Telephone 383 :Jti 7, 2)
    1 i strides in industry. Statewide the the sentenced giveOliver Attends Course I I Ji.i'
    1 I'I ; Study | I WAXTr-II---W"lI1an
    W. F. Bell Maxville. who submitted Starke Florida for
    was in Dixon Springs. ; valued added by manufacture averaged Duncan of Tallahassee h.uz.-ewrk. Full "r "irt .
    a high bid of $46.80 per thousand and Emory Duncan of I ) 5'i.-. J'arktl' tim.Irm -
    125 per cent while it Starke: County School Supt. Harmon ; $Iar" JI"x 4H.

    ; was 240 per cent in the Alachua board feet for pine saw tin 1- for their role in evading an P. Morgan this week headed up a WAXTKh: -i'iist inirr'-( HI ,'hanlt..1 2tp j "

    ber. and Dyalwood Inc., Jackson- order r"a"mlt.a'hlllit. awl i... >; S/\I.I ( ()
    Bradford Youths Bradford Clay. Levy. Marion and I of County Judge T. A. six-member Bradford delegation I :ax I'IAN"= a\'allahl..
    Atlanticrvre .
    cars. StatI'ri.Luther In
    ville. high bidder of $14 per cord Yawn.It I Hradford County May I I... wt.,.
    Putman Muff M..nagu'r. by .
    County area. attending a reading workshop at writing .r I'allullc
    4-H for pulpwood. i t ruhg V27 I :Mis-i.. .
    Regular all I
    happened recently maziiv.; .
    Figures from this area show an Peabody College in Nashville. : I'niversitAv. *-

    : ( At Cherry Lake 81 per cent increase in employ- The price includes timber cut when a local man with se.t'n'children Tenn. I]I: K< lit SALE-Five r..m b"">,, all I Kr. :?.40:2::: ;a'/I.\ 111.:Itn.. KU 7 .21V.NTErsStcnigr1j

    and roads. turned his 15- 'ear-old i. improvements737; :;. Walnut !
    placed on access
    ment as to 56 cent included
    attending P. T.
    compared per : j Si Charles lie.-. \ .
    II j I :tp 7'IOJ i ),.. .
    \' Bradford County over the stateBarbecue State Cabinet Coordinator Ter- daughter over to juvenile authorities olin. Mrs. Jessie Young. }frs. j1 | Is log dotation. Full .paMn,.r ?

    Club boys this week are at. I. ry Lee said the state would easily because she was w ii. I I I Muriel Norman h'S.'erha De- !i I i;. WAlTitFtS'ANTFD'aIl II & i; Trurjv Stop !J11S-J.'frhg !|! time" Ueply tu r:,x 44i $tarksI"l I.art-

    : annual 4-H Club camp at i realize $100.000 a year if the managable. Yawn as JuvenileCourt morest and Miss Madge Middle- II j I :_itp T20:

    i Lake in Madison County. Series prices hold.Cutting -. judge. held a hearing. ton :i I'OK !'.\1. ;-r-fA lainrjiis.. !JKKVSTi.XK, ". HKIiSHTS K..IIVnt _
    day.: Slovo 'a.d o..i-lti..n.: fVf Wil- I -V" .r"1"I'. "P-ta.i-
    boys left Monday and will will be delayed on one lum Silcnv on I 11.1 islanding Hd : ele.-trir kitt-hen. .,' .Ilierwi' un-
    Slated Attending were the girl. Juvenile furn-hJ' ,
    By r
    fltraiiy I lJtM,1. ,
    Saturday. They are i under "?
    camp- <
    .I1-a strip disputed ownership : I.I.-k from ,.
    Counselor Florence Jennings. : W. C. T U. 1 1lRs. l'ulII| t." ,, h ,.re.
    i with similar groups from Ur.- with Nelson Blocker contending and the Duncan brothers WHEN I.V > KED nt'l.and.'apjn I I.I.M k -hoiiinr Itl-tn"i $17 ;aj
    Clay: and St. Johns counties A barbecue with all the trimmings :\ r"r 01'1. t E. 3P'Kc. r..tll..r
    i the State fenced a portionof hl).\ p. llir.RIK OF ( ,\1.- Land Clearing Ks-v'.t'i.
    with Oliver professing a desi remarry __1it :!Iluc 720
    Agent George T. Hug- will be held on the American his land and included it in the IFORMV: SAVSIF ALL THE Fill Dirt Taking Driuays '
    to the
    :: who accompanied the Legion: grounds before th prison area. girl. HIGU-IHWEKFJ ROMKS OF IVat lluinus Iliiilding Sand j I.KNT.-r: Ifca'i-r A (; IS Aiitotnati.-, \Vji-
    Yawn decided! the gill should i 5.r.iF".. -
    i said the camp's emphasis' regular Post 56 meeting: Tuesday; A surveyor has been hired to ALL THF. NATIONS: UERK, (\vslrr Shell ; '..-r "m..mi Sl-ido (:-" 4-'" tf.'hjn.i |
    spenj a few days in a local l -
    on recreation. although in- July 21.The TOmiEI OFF AT o'n'n: : :
    investigate the dispute. home until he could finally dispose it' : !SAI K-I'nerf. K. .. ,. .
    MK: ? .t.
    ; uction is offered in such fields b.ll'bt'l'ueill begin a. ALL THE ,
    IXII \IUT.\\'TS: IIF i .in.' t. oo |' -i- i (..." p icr i .
    of the The left "
    forestry, safety. swimming and f> p. m. Members are invited tcbrins case. girl ITT TO DEATH. TII.STIJ.I.. W L. TIIICI'EN; JR. I Im. I i 1.1:1 ;. nor i u. starkc.. nP'sT
    to clothes and then disa
    Only Two New VotersRegistered get p.peared. ,
    like. He said one goal of the any prospective member; \\OFLIi XOT BE .\0.4 ntSTltrC-1: 2 -- Ro24.VD: -- Alton Hol.l'IIO't \vn.\r.n SIZE \\.t .",,.-A. ,, f.r $ ,

    is to improve swimming or guests to the stagaffair.. Committee With Tin: AS LKJtOK, FOR THEVU01LI 'I .1.-i r..air u.n II""'.I.I, "i 1' _
    : City Yawn traced her to Jacksonville : : 297-1 tri.-al ", )lian.-"-- --iirh
    : chairman Rabb ai ) HAVE : 1-OWEK: TO Harry i > XO .
    I|I *r' irr.nc. mi\fr-
    an.I fan
    where the Duncan brothel Starke, Ha.Iplturtunltirk ,
    also is factor
    a the cost will be nominal. Hardly! a soul has heeded the I I ntsTIWTilt: : SOU THE: r" Jq-T "ti 7 L'TI
    taken her i
    had in preparation
    [ camp. Selected will be an hon- Rabb said the major speakei notice that the City of Starke's f'n I IUlU.t: s.\\'S'o: nm''K.umII.LI. : : Vs'it i.tLET.arg.eoi.. "' l .. .
    marriage with Oliver. Ya :[ I d t ,
    ; squad. the best squad leader will be George T. Hug ns. Brad voter registration books are EXTF.U: TilE KINGDOM ( InH..kkerpii.g :, _" vn..I <:'"Ia" S. .i .
    open. had Emory arrested in Stat ke IIIE.i1EN' < and %rri.ualinif< 'liiir. J
    II .
    >.r Store
    the boys by secret ballot will I t I'r. nSTROIT "I.! ; I
    ford County farm asrent. a member City Clerk Carl Johns said this OF : ]I.. ..tii at II.."..- in -i';irttini*-. I".f ,\\ 1
    while Jacksonville
    ; the best all round camper.Although of the Florida Federation of week. police pickedup (XATIOXALOKE) ) .", i in- ., tli- li-t .pan) |isn't.-- It I.
    the cost each Oliver. iiin- (I'nliinitfil .ii.i| tunili--. Mak>-
    : trip Fairs who recently attended ; The books opened July 13 and Roth $4111111 1., {; .. (,,", ;i \ ..r MP.C has !
    pleaded guilty to eon- HEtTYl.arl'p..t
    l I $550. transportation anJ conference fairs Tallahassee. n.i.n. fi I ).i...hi.-p.u arxl ."< iunt-j i
    on will close Aug. 11. ad-' to the of ., .
    ; i other expenses are borne by Despite tnbuting delinquency .uu'.5 t..i > -ai- M.iir ji.i tht-n i In The World
    vei Using and news stories only a minor and drew 30 day sentences MR. TIMBER u.- .in r.1Ir..-.- inf'H null'.11' :
    : Board of County Commission- ins is discus >lii"Nr, lluninros f oilrcr. Inr.Iliinir :Sim <)fll ,. .. .
    and the School Board. lIug' expected to :r two persons have registered.City Yawn said they could .lu.l, Ditiniun I i 1I <- !-> ?, f ,a.| ,? ,,a<|

    legislation noteing prt'paredI elections are slated for have drawn 9'') days if he had: GROWER *. II. ll..\ I.-.U7 J.n.1". FARMS KAM: HESHetirement
    : which will enable deserving counties > I ,.-... Homes
    'Sept. 11. Expiring are the two-, pressed contempt of court I II' J
    Scout Camp to participate in state financ (;"> station la\f>..tnientiMuteN
    :: year terms of councilmen Ewell rase \I.E-I'n" ''Pil'! i'.ari'h"a-
    I l.t \\ Anrtreu. Itt. 2 II.i'X41..
    ir.g to Are
    inaugurate legitimat I the
    Lawson. T. C. Hazen and JamesLewis you following example: I "j 1..1.. IIItl"r: g. ,1..1 r..1 \
    members of Boy Scout county fairs. Commission Seeks of your friends and neighbors; 1111 : 1.i1. wilh ... for qairk nalrra !

    70 left Starke Sunday af Rabb said the American Legjon's and 'tE'lling'our Pulp04 at .alablr. N buyer> Maillne fur good {
    1"1 i: IEXT--"u""K ('.III' 1'11- pruprrl.t.
    at 1 : t0 for Camp Echo- food featur.ill be a reguUr : Improved Cemetery the new Bradford Woodlot ? ri.. II'h..1i Kffiigfratur. u.huw.tlL'li I located S ml. s or Siarhr

    '>. ntkir Orange: Pirtt. They monthly activity; to be staged Laboratory'Approved If you're not you are mining ,". ', anil wa'-r A"Inlt .pr.--rr"l !j I. !>. 'Ml on J
    S : tin- KtnKi'v Lake Kmgl:
    i \ return Saturday. on the fourth Tuesday: ever Bradford County recently JOIIMK II %.> .
    Dr. C. J. out on a source of ready cash '''1ft P..JI :;20. 2tp 7SV'I" :j1 M3llrp. t
    Houpt announces that peke I' O. II.
    making the trip are 1 m; of each: month. itioned the State Prison to I i 3 ,7 |'b. Ho "s-cii
    Doctors that should not be overlooked. !Markr. FlorlaK i
    Hospital Laboratory, SCO ,
    Graham. Bernie McGee ",
    Evergreen Cemetery, surrounded : $ :<> .n 'pint organ-Akum' ,
    Lawson. Sidney Griffis Jr. W. Call St., has been approved by We pay cask "on the spot" and .- payrnntof $35ss pr I
    State Will CooperateIn by Prison land. more accessatleh I '-''.lIlh. or ran I... r"-tlnan'o1 '1: KKXT ,
    b Edmondson, P..rf'at..rs; the Florida State Board of Healthto the public. the most modern facilities for 1 New spin-t pianf (..r a- lilt I.. hu.si.-. Kurtii.h one Udro.ii i

    Groover. Bobby Farland Road ImprovementThe perform prenatal and premarital The County Commission asked unloading are at your disposal. i ,,- $2.:> down .nd tli :;0 per month,. room and kitchen.private: Mrs fa-h.:.ate 1k\Wil!log
    I 'all t' .
    ; or writ.- GndltyIu.ic haOl. .i*" Rrownl- St
    serological! examinations ,
    Assistant Scoutmaster Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Commissioner i' Inc.. ]I'OoV L'nivfrrsity Av<'.. itt I
    ;j State Phi'. 2-4V.2. Cam--viIle.; KlaIt'hg
    Manire. Roa ) will: cooperate :n i improving the Hampton Youth ]I ed apartment. Shtpherd's T.V ,
    : Rally Prison '
    I ;; tact Supt. DeWitt Sin :!2G ( 3 II StIASTF'IRlj
    I! Hall Reunion Pratt St. '
    entrance to State Roa?
    clair about the
    proposal. : 1'\'" It ,,,.-I: U.J"T "v "TfU
    100. City Clerk Carl Johns sai.?1'; The New River IX";. female white
    Associational They are to ask for wider acess Edwin W. PeckOR I OIIKRIT I. and around Markrman with <,n.. brownar..
    annual reunion and basket this week. 1 j WMU Youth Rally will be held atlithe roads and removal of a fence or woman. SH to 4O ...Itba.ir I.tHtey ('.intact l> A vlinity Jones'nr rf

    ; for members of the family He said the State had agreed Hampton Baptist Church on''Wednesday. with the county offering use of riprrlrarr alarr pn.prrfrrrrd.f.naraalrrd rommUFlte I. l.x 3. i.awtey. Reward

    If J the late Charley and Hester to furnish labor and dirt needed' July 25. Guest ik- C F. BATEMANPhone .1..... dar a..rk.. Reply I. ltp
    spe its road grader. .. .. .....
    : will be held to install ; > Fltr da> a .I< Krply inn 1-1'1
    . Saturday. SAi.R-4
    July culverts
    for the Pratt'St : er will be Samuel Ho. Tlor.n Houe
    a u
    mssic) LSheriff ... ]
    ReddIsh told the Com-: 47Mf hand wrlllnc::, nllk aJI M... k from :
    ! at Strickland's Landing entrance Pratt is a grade 1 ary The exeiutve board will! qaaliriralluai lUird *ad Intrat and .ho.I. ror. Chntiar
    missioners a traffic HaMn.RSt.. AI-o ,, ,
    major pro- .. ; lu ".
    i Lake All! relatives are 1 j road which ultimate!) ties .n with' meet at 9.30 a.m and the regular blen existed when funerals are 0. Box 129-Starke, Fla. : last IrlrKrapb)'ou. or" :-Irkic"II.n.:' "-' I .-Ai.-."d 12:, n..lzng Park SubdiviKi.n I
    i tu attend I North '' r c K Ratt-n. :;O! Mar
    Teaiple. session will begin at 10 29. '
    I !held at the cemetery -r.r A\- Ja-k. ..)nvill. Fla t

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