Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:03384
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1jr' II- 4 Official Counlu I'ubUcntwn Established In 1879 I !

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Given \ -Opens Aug. 10Bradkrd County Spends $85 Per Capita.

:_ Four More Miles Slated ;

For Blood Bank!

Of Road Upkeep li:: ,1III.'I..n.: .! i hli.",1 i '. \\.t otJf _:.tJ\ e5\ 'f4 MliTiAN( State's Big Role

L ii i)( i.itiii-r fiom thi. Hi l.dfUI Ionty i cAPIThL ctPl' XisHCO
f fCM ; '
('. I ted All lPEtcNr rc'5 \
Hospital is expei ::
.uMitinn.ii\ miles uf
l priiushw.u -
II In.i ho.sital| Administrator R KEdmondson LoCAL in Local Finance
} In Bradford Coun- *&
.' said this week. _
..vbeen leclassified as sec- 1ES '
He said the local unit will b-
".i'loads! by the Florida Road iHCTHUuTicMft
Affiliated with the Jacksonville 2O.423.S8 Shown
t'iI' t mt'flt Circuit Court Clerk w By Budget
-------- i'-i.iiles! Darby revealed this week. i Blood Bank Equipment and supplies itFI..t .,, IN LUtINSrU

This is starkemosquito swatter, jiiinliii si/e Hie Kasolinepowerid Three weeks ago. an announced are being acquired and the \\\S T Aots

sprajer. here operated. la" .1. ( Karton. is ni4>unte ,.l" "s ,I':
!miles of road in Bradford. But Jacksonville officials when the c i it Bradford
County -
an an ;I1I1'i.'ntrll1)' truek.s it i-ruises ton, it "I"" MS out n ter- | pti> r ,
installation is complete. \
rerent notices received :
by Darby merit ]
rifle amount IIf as se.>n at the left of the ,ktisre. The equipment including schools.u., I l.
show the Road has Purpose of the blood bank 7 5.58 t f-'
and 1lt.tiddl' for Mar!...'% first venture into pest control h pro- included four more miles. I said Edmondson is to better, :: 5S.7k it i next spend a whopping for "''X.'i; : xj

\iile.l l>> the Bradford Health Unit while the city pajs all oM-rating/.:; :, The newly I reclassified see- serve the public by making facilities 1 15upjlN year every man

expense. The sprajer operates three or four n'lRhts, weekly' about tion is State Road 227. which ex- !: available for accepting blood $GLti1PPiL t woman and child within t tli.-}

four hours a night, when weather conditions are l est nulled. Kach'I' tends westward from a junction' from donors. Blood thus will be county.Back

night, it uses about 73; gallons of diesel oil. which is mixed with 100 [ with U. S. 201 south of Starke to ii j available when needed for trans- years in the 1947. a mere n." >
\ 'fusions. ago. county hperr: on'!'\
State Road
\ 18. It is known a:i.
|IlC'r rent DDT to provide the spray.Contains $11.:>0 for each resident
: the Brooker cut off. I II "The big factor :n the successof dollars, sliced into
Imaginary I'rolnrtiunltl'itla about 20 ..
1 raised hy local ta". .. Dollar But, if it's any consolation
Primary significance of the reclassification -{ this operation will be the cooperation <>r.lv -
parts, illustrate the sourer und expenditure of on the right illustrates expenditures, !>huall ,,- I 20 per cent of the "un- \ ,

I Record 975 Listings I falls under maintenance is that the road of now the i!; citizens" said of Edmondson.Bradford County funds handled by Bradford County o\l'rn- ing that basic school functions take almost 60 I funds are raised by Uvu: taxe.-.

county.The nient. Dollar <>n the left, \\hiih I. 'onN'rnl'tl i-ents out or e\ery governmental dollar spent in Most of the rest about 7'p! ,-.
He said those to
la'.est action wishing cooperate with revenue, sho\\i 11\1'1' 73 rrnts of every dollar the county. All figures are from I cent come from the state :mi! t th.
raises to 67
I NEW PHONE 1 1Starke BOOK READY I II j should have their blood budgets for citizenry
the number of miles of secondary classified as to type and be avail raised b\ the county comes from the State the 19.)6-,17 fiscal \ear. ; State pays indirectly thr.mgr
I taxes such
those ,
as !t'It' :
roads in Bradford. Even before
areclassification. ble to donate when called
upon. on sales and gasoline
s new telephone book, ;-nd he is James A. of 1308 Pratt Bradford was Those ,volunteering donors SentencedFor :
I I Driver Budget Meets
I Tax Hike Slatnl
(containing record 973 listings, St. spending $30,000 a year in main- will be issued identification cards Ship Ahoy!' The zooming oxpenditiuesjrovernment "

will! he dstributed next week by The Coca-Cola bottling plant. taming 47 miles of secondary ,} carrying information as to blood were .
highlighted !ft
roads. -
the Staike Telephone Co. down through the years has tenaciously type and record of contributions week
The book. for the first time inSiarkes :: maintained its cherished clarification Along with, the notice of re- "No one knows when they may Mishap 'Which Camp Terrain; Proposed In New i p-rat-: ?county for:: adoption officers of I 1.1111!li6.7 pi> ,
with. phone dlget" number 1. Darby bblank victims accident
history. is complete ,, : e of an requiting i budgets The School Ro.t n.l nlo',"' .'
the street address of every pat. Shortest names in the book in- resolutions. w hich the Counj j a blood transfusion." said Ed- '
Changes Saturday to look
Again over it.STtis .K>.;
I ion The telephone ,company's I dude Dye. Gay and Lee all with ty Commission supposedly must I mondson. "and knowing the blood Hurt Small ChildThe $708,392 Budget .pending program while the

general manager. H. A. Bishop.I! three letters. adopt and thereby formally appro'e -! j type will be of great value." 1 ;County Commission meetsiu:
the road transfer.
said the books will be distributedb JAIig Names "I have idea i( The first day for typing blood Camp islanding h.is teen t. for final adoption of its S':':!'l 02udget. .
what the Eoaid
\ mail. I i[ Instead Staike specializes in of no will Wednesday. Aug. 1. from driver of a car whichstruck various) described as tooswampy. A 19.16-57 Eiadfoid school sysb 1 .
County Commissioners will do
The 975 listings this year show 'i ip c'I long ones. And in this competition ,: about the resolutions," said Dar- 2 to 4 p. m. in the Hospital emergency and injured three-year-old j too sandy, too flat. teni budget of S70S392. providing -, Item by item sludv of he-
last there simply isn't much I x.\\ (s..l.) it's "too mountainous. i for a tax hike from
275 iicrease over by 1 room. The process will take Randal'ayne Moody: in Starke1 1 19 to 20, two major budgets di. lose Bradford -
Kven: this does not reflect chance for Wainwright, Mont only five minutesHe ." i mills will be discussed by the: .
Some counties. particularly was fined $125 and had his driving has come a long wav sj, t.1H
almost explosive -i yomery and Stefanelli ((10 letters i Oh ves it is. .\ Xavy admiral ; School Board in
of company's
some the i| Hamilton said a schedule revoked in a public hearing ] 1. when the
each) and I and Polk have strong- permanent license for a year Count Cumujis-
the few or even Blankenship said sit.This I
growth over past ,: Quattlebaum (both with Ill ly opposed the reclassification. 'for blood typing will te: established City Court Monday. Saturday I II sion adopted a $65.000 budget am:

,Years. I Champions of them all are, Hamilton by rer.ilution. refused later. No charge Is made Drawing the penalty was Rob- startling bit of Reopruphicul I The new budget actually is about -': school expenditures ptobabh

At the end of WorH War U. Killingsworth and Hollingsworth to accept the roads until the state' for typing blood.Establishment ,, ert Earl Mai tin of Maxville. who out in Xat..timon giilibhdogook. came 30.000 smaller than last 'amounted to less than $200,000

when metal stortages crippled expansIOn -I both with 13 letter-, which have: conveys right-of-way title and of the blood was sentenced by Mayor W. T.Jackson duringa v ears.' Major reason for the reduction But. back then bacon wang .-,<'II!!,

there were only 19S listings : agrees to maintain them at least 1 bank authorized revrnt hearing: before the is a $42.450 item for capi-'! j i for 19 cents a pound ami
> held top spot for length over the was by the Hospital's after he pleaded guilty House
Appropriations Committee
Pations generally i ignored tal improvement 'road laborers '\ $2!
yea rs. r. year. Board of TrusteesNo to drunken and reckless driving. which was in gang vere pail
numbers and placed their calls byname Washington. the 19') -1I3 budget but does not 'a day as compared to $9 Jfi now
By far the largest number of: The reclassification came about The incident occurred July 19 The Xa"a...
!seeking (
Back in 1017!
recur this Biadfotd Counts
1 ilistings listings Is found under the letter when the Road Board dropped when Martin turned his vehkle the House had year.
Increased : "S 2 000 miles of road from the Great graioulygr.uitei The 12.450: was o-1' government and hool.s ( ost only
which has 115. This doubt- Impact into the Madison St. driveway it money left
SHU e then however the listings ) S'J.267,000 to pur- l S86D The 111.11,1'.'
l have increased an average a <| b..mbin-I was at 16.75.
I businesses start their film Board said the action was compulsory brange' een expended pegged
names i operated by Luther Moody mostly for school
oi neally 100 a year. In 1949. atoll | in the Oke.fenokee.Mani :Millagp: InrrrastMlBut
with "Starke. under the new road code equipment.
line was extended to the Anticipated From A group of childien were playing : |>. islanding wouldn't do there wan a hike in 1'Mn!
but officials have
But the letter B" has 74 listing differed as to
State Prison and further growth in the driveway. and the car at all the admiral opined. IN'I l I County School Supt. Harmon Expenditures rose to $11 50

is reflected in the recently-install- % the second highest. probablyi who is responsible for that section struck the child of Mr. and Mrs rause It's in "heavj 11....>" b>> P Morgan who drafted the pro-!; and r'ae'I prI !
person millage was ij.i
i 1 Wause 16 ; of the code. I I
I firms >
start names i t
ed dial exchange at Kingsley Segregation LawThe Moody. The child suffered a mild the Army and is "too mountainous. .posed budget. said he does not to 22.50.
i There has been
with "Bradford. discussion in
64 eoncusvon multiple bruises anda ." personally consider the
Lake .which now has patrons. spending
I And. according the
I And Tallahassee of the budget; >
there's a listing for Legislature
every: document
Withms a mailer or months. cut on his face. He was hospitalized Queried as to the new-found 1 a "good" one. I
proposed for 1956-57.
letter in the alphabet except one. amending the code to relieve the I the countywill
Bishop hopes to inaugurate dial I Yep. Starke still has no resident; counties of the heavy maintenance new State law giving local I several days. islanding mountains ("01. J. "It's too tight," he said. "There'is '1 spend $85.52 per capita and

service the Lawtey exchange. school boards the authority to Martin confessed he "had been A. Griffin. no
In ': or business with i' burden. rainp rommand'r.tlllll leeway. The item for maintenance levy a total of 37.25 mills.
a name starting't
Patrons there, now numbering a with "X." assign pupils as an anti-mtegra- drinking" when the accident occurred. The Telegraph ..It'., all : (8.000) is too small to' Along with this growth, however -
handful. expected to reach I Other roads shifted to the secondary tion measure will have immediate Vandle
are no news to nw. unforeseen contingencies."Other : came a
In short. Starke has a fertile Bradford i /;
system in
100 upon inauguration of dial. for manufact- I i, impact on the Bradford Coun. Also sentenced in connectionwith The name of the admiral I fixed costs are calculated -| "blessin;;" from the State. The
: an
X-ray : four miles
i opening of the new BlandingI
Because of the immediate pros uring plant! I road State Road : ty system. Supt. Harmon P. Morgan the incident was Lindell was mercifully not disclosed. : too closely. For example a Minimum Foundation Program
( 230)
pect: of dial in Lawtey. no LaW i miles ; eight: said this week. Bradley. Martin's female com- Neither was the name of the I harsh winter could send the cost adopted by the 1947 Legislature.
I of State Road 225. extending
ley numbers are provided in the: 1 Where's The Fire? | from the State Prison gate to'I The law recommended by Coy panion. She drew a $25 fine for ship on which he cruised I of fuel out of sight.! i: pumped school money into the

new telephone book. A blank page LeRoy Collins passed the special I driving without a license al- through I'.landing to make his But continued 'ount). And Bradford County's
I and Morgan the
Lawtey beyond three mile
is provided for numbers when of State Road 221. ;which serves: 1,: legislative session with only one f though Jackson said he would startling dixovery.Automobile. State Minimum Foundation Program share of race track money has

they become known. dissenting vote this week. sentence if the steadily increased theyeari
NO MORE as access road to Hampton; and ;, suspend 18-year- is so restrictive there !is through

Bir.hop two weeks ago announc | one mile of State Road 235. which'' Morgan said the school boards i old girl would remain off Starke I II i little local officials can do.

ed plans for a $300.000 expansion i Remember the day of small- if Brooker's link with Gaines- ,; currently have authority to assign streets after S p.m. for a 30-day Crash One deterimental factor in the I| Exactly how much do the "great

system which would provide dial I l I town easy informality when teb ville. | pupils. period. i I, :| new budget is a $6.961 reduction white fathers" in Tallahassee

service for Starke and put toll (phone patrons could lift the receiver i But he say he understood th anew Officers said Miss Bradley. who Hurts 5 Persons !| in money which the State sends I furnish?

free service within the reach of and ask "Say Mert. the ; ; law establishes a procedure of described herself aa a resident of Bradford for school support. Last State Gh.... 7"; Per Ont

home in Brad iblo..ing.'here's the fire?" : appeal so that the I II : Today the State
practically every I: Sentencing Faced ultimate burden "Boomtown," drove the Martin Two practically new Buicks :year the Minimum Foundation provides 75.58
ford County. i Those days are forever b of assigning falls cent or $757,701. of the
gone 4 pupils upon car from the accident scene while |I j collided south of Starke on State j Program provided $:">61.662 ascompared : per coun-
Rate! Incrta.se- Needed 'cause of the growth of Starke. acI the governor. And since the governor the Moody child was being taken 1 ty's total revenue. The vast ma-
Road 100 Saturday injuring fh'eI i| to $554.701 this I
But the expansion hinges o; cording to general manager H. A. is immune to Federal prosecution to the hospital. Reason { jority comes through the Mini-
for the said MQr-
Two persons. drop.
securing a $300.000 loan plussome Bishop Jr. of the Starke Telephonet By Admitting r he cannot be penalizedfor j ji :' mum Foundation program which
Mayor Jackson was plainly irked i Drivers of the two vehicles| gan, is found in the great number
rate increase, which must t maintaining segregation."The will bring Bradford $605.701 next
first be by the Florida "The town said Bish- that the vehicle was mov were Edward Lyles of Louisville.Ky. of student absences during th'1'
approved ij i grown only immediate effect I year.
ed from the scene before officers .. Mrs. past school year. Since the State
Railroad and Public Utilities op, "and we've got to do something Roles In Robbery see." said Morgan "is that the ; ana Sara Keel Taylor, I But about $152,000 will accrueto
could search it. He asked Mar- of Palatka. Both suffered abrasions subsidy is based on average dai-1 I
Commi t'lon. [ / about the situation. When, Federal court thei i the county from next year's
pressure on
tin if the vehicle contained moon- Iv attendance the absentees
bruises. cost:
The new phone book? Well i the siren pops off, the switch- local school boards is relieved. and race track revenue as compared
I i I
shine but Martin replied to the about
the first name listed is that of board looks like a Christmas tree. A 'teen-aged sailor and his 23- "Until now school officials The daughter of Mrs. Taylor. Bradford two teacher units to a paltry $84,000 back in 194S
negative. Under i
J ..wbel, 1303 Pratt St. The and we simply can't handle it." :I year-old girld friend are expected I could be jailed for contempt of ridirp in a 19.6 Buick was not the proposed budget The county splits this money three

last is Newell B. Zepp of 744 N.; Besides. he adds, the telephonecompany to ,'i, court in not Mayor Jackson was still considering injured. I county-wide millage! will be raised I ways with a third going to the
face following integration
sentencing today ( ) I'
Friday from 19 to 20
the when Policeman mills the
case maximum
T..mpl.'e.., the only "Z" in the isn't supposed to give'out orders of the couit. But all occu;>aits of Lyles" Bradford County Hospital. a third
| for their role in the $28,448 hold- : Now. C. Moore allowed under State
turned over a large law. This
book information about fires. Thai i for
county and
I' operations thirdto
apparently cases must be appealed I- 19.:>5 Buick suffered; abrasions,
There are more Thomas''7 the duty of the Fire Department. up of the Florida Bank at Starke. switch-blade knife he had taken will raise about an extra $6,000a schools.
to the governor who is beyond irm bruises. These included his I
ot them than any other name. Nor, said Bishop. can the tele- Both defendents Marvin Fred Federal from the Bradley !girl immediately year. With ;;;.58 per cent of its revenue

Followers-up include 13 Smiths i. phone girls ccratinu to oblige 1 bj ( lickson. 19. and Mary Ann Reid. i prosecution. prior to the trial. Jackson( wife and two children Carolyn, In add.tion.; S< hool District 3 from the State. local taxation -

1'* Greens and 11 Johns'. Thereis. giving the time of day. Birrtofi. ) a waitress in U. S. District Court confiscated the knife.In 12 and Bonnie, 14. i ji Starke) still (carries an extra furnished 20.12 per cent

of course only one Christmas i. srd: i last week admitted implication in.i[ Beauty Shop Opensorgan's another case. Henry Parrish i Trooper C. Musziove: said the'I I mill for an old bond issue. Morgan $107.517)) and licenses fees and

"I hope to install a timeofdajservice : ,. the July 5 robbery. He pleaded' of Gaines.iI1e'as fined $75 and I vehicles crashedarly head-on LI I said this extra mill protablvmust : lines bring in the remaining 3.98

when Stark switches to [ Beauty Shop. locatedr lost his license for 30 days on i .ear the highway center line five, be levied for the next six
guilty to being an accessory after' per cent ($39.9901.Would )I.
Lands Safely dal.; but'f> simply can't handle larceny and she admitted receiving 1209 Temple Ave will openfor I charges of intoxication and reckless miles north of Keystone Heights, or seven years.Satiirdav's Go Bankrupt

. i it now.: iThat's | i : stolen money.Fredrickson. business Mondav. driving. Jackson reduced the The Lyl<,s tar. which turned o'erand public hearingis i These are the figures which led

about it. Big city effiiiency Mrs R. L. Morgan will! operatethe charge to reckless driving before burned was described as a I shted: for 10 a rn in the Courthouse Circuit Court Clerk Charles Dar-

rings the curtain on the an Oregonian on new establishment sentencing total loss !intimied On
I'age Tent
Xaduty at Cecil Field facesa
- Baby Bails Out telephone girls as time keepers and maximum five-year sentence. -

town criers.riugiess. The Reid woman can get $;),000

Of High Window after all. has its evils. fine Meanwhile.and 10 years.District Court officers Electronic 'Whammy' Pays Bradford A VisitThe 1

Prison Housing are continuing their probe

.1'.1.:11': 'in>flt hold FN'l: I Lesh.tilllu' .. :into the background of ClintonE. Motorist Sees This The Trooper Sees This \\\hambo\ Electronic Arrest I

Solution; SoughtBy Withingtnn. the 19- 'ear-,1! ,
obablvi ill -
!i'! ginw upOi Pvi4Z -,'
,lit liest poll at 1"14\1"1' Cecil Field sailor who is amiseHof

1 committing the robbery smglo
i ir > im ever enlisted.rant's Legislature

!r'" ,-. talent for high h.indedly. (-.
1: iM',' It.\;: t\ lent theSi't' ,
ti '. is ihsi'overed Sattudivntht Withington may make his- > >
1.11 M-s-i 'n "f th- -KU-latiire.: : .
II t.>fore the before U S. District Judge P\ "' I

: :' ,. eves of his parents. now uvtJis!: .n I Tallahassee will Simpson in Jacksonville tolivWithington -
provide additional funds for construction {
,\ ,'. j Mrs. Leslie Phillips. has been in'ie- : L

Pti .: ;p* ifi an employee of at the State Prison. fied as the armed bandit who v'-, -- --. 1
Gov. LeRoy Collins asked for 4.; 1I -
eWi't C. Jones. and the fam-
tere '
re,. .ics in the residence sec- more funds in his opening mes- the early hours of July "> Ivl: < ,I .-... 4 .: !

sage. Since then, legislative com1 ;, ... .
'' ,
o: :the funeral home. ; 'all the employees captive as th. '. ..f <<
who is at the live- 1 mittees have been studying the 't iE -,' "- '
iu Leslie reported to work and made nf 1"'..",, L. ;. ."
: niing: stage was on an appropriation bills. with S *...B after the bank'ault.s <> -:;p. "r' .-. ,
bedroom bed and both i In the 110, se. the Appropriations .
I u> i \ time lock went off
.. ;i CoiumitU has approved a' "
> ent-s v ere in the room. Be- 0.
S.VlOrtO be Testimony in Court last week ,."1-..' ,' '- ,. .
'ore '\I, father could reach him. outlay t to an "t ..# "" ,
'I revealed Frednckson knew Withinston ',,;'- '"
earlier of SSAOOO for
ie ..rawd: across the bed and grant a new -
window. maxmum security building. The, planned a robbery and was '10..;
lipped through a
is to house told afterward. "I didn't get InnocentLookingehide Uith \\hammj" Inside Insideehi<,Ie, Trooper Colpman\ Heads -
wherr the screen apparentlyhad : j I' building .1 minimum of Sj r'l l Down The Road Trooper Musgrove Hauls 'Em In
beome unlatched. 1 80! inmates.But caught. I made it.

-' He fell two stones estimatedby the Senate: Priwm Committee Miss Reid was residing in an The .whamrn)," the motorists' motorists. ; terms of miles per hour. and the The
unit was mountedmside ,
Phillips 25 or 30 feet and isn't satisfied wi'h $50000 ;, apartment with Fredrickson. and nickname for a radar speed de- i The "whammy" is a rather! speed is recorded on a dial. i written warnings.Inevitably .
( a black station
landed on solid ground.Dr. } and it is considering lifting the the two conspired with Within- lector spun a net around 45 drivers small device which sends out a wagon the motomts tended -

A. J. Barry couldn't finda i amovnt to $160,000.Meanwhile I I ton in disposing of the money. An ,, in Bradford County during a., constant radio beam. Directed at 1 Musgrove. who is regularly I! parked inconspiciouVy beside the I< to argue about their speed until
stationed in Bradford Ii i ii southern Hampton junction on U.1 i I 1 told they had been clocked
thing wrong wIth the high the State Cabinet i j FBI agent said the girl was mar- few hours last week. an oncoming car. the radio waves County. by
: 5 301. It took "
jumping'oungster.. authorized emergency construction .; ned and her husband is doing i i directed last week's "whammy" readings on cars 1 I the "whammy.
1 C. bounce back.
Highway Trooper Musgrove.iid
headed north toward Starke. I Musgrove said radar
"It dldn't'en Knock the of a building to house 100! j' time" for passing bad hecks. 1 unco\'ered' !: operation with the aid of Troop. clockingis .
I .. the radar device The split second time interval When it detected a speeder i ioperator i not acceptable as court evidence
breath from him said Phillips. Xegro convicts Of concrete block: In sentencing Fredrickson. i ers J. T. Roberts of St. Augustineand Coleman
wluonfessed he : 20 speeding motorist within the between the original signal,: and radioed the < conroquently no arrests
it will cost $6.
was shaken: struction. only I'i Simpson said he will first considerthe = Ralph Coleman of Ocala. The other two troopers. who stationed >are made. It is valuedas
"IMh.rably more than because labor and span of one hour. In all. troopers the "bounce back" measured primarily :
up Karl 000 prison-pro- effect on society and particularly is device is being! used in other themselves a mile down the road j a "phychological" de-

.' -. 'eStIir duoed materials! will be used other young men issued written warnings to 45 I,,I hy the device, t.-an ted into counties m this area also! They flagged offenders and issued. ''I'e.Mosquito : safety




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editorialSmooth I'IJI1J \\". -11".. I95; ; I
Farmer's DiaryBy \
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Sam McGarvey - -,-.<-- - 'iL.- _':_:" __--____- __! .! ._ ___ ,_ _. __ ---- ----. ; _. -:: :, -t: ?:':- \

Talk Is Sweet t"light had a broken knee jmi.til.n BAKSDALESv i i'a ,

But The Ballot Is Strong had a severe case of scre-.v-
vi,MILS. and we are having quite r6i 1e .....'
ll'\ rather tragic for the South, politically a time doctoring it. This is the Big Su/ings For l' f : '
weather fur those pests to beai 7 'I
peaking that the Republican: administration's"public 1

Ite damned" attitude should best be demonstrated 'live. The Entire FamilyStock j 3 3Up /4k .... l ,_

in the far West, where it i is safelyover Someone told us this week that _

the horizon and far from Southern thought.For old cows were bringing almost a< Now tn.

it is the West, at Hell's Canyon on the Tilt.10 ,. 'Himin June just good a price as young ones, and For Back-To-School ..
Snake River that our present big-business ad- about nnned tnt tobano croo that it was a good time to sell Itl 'w+,Ae

ministration outdid itself in riding roughshod hereabouts Pete V.'a'nwright old Joy. Why we'd just as soon

over the interest of the common people in hasteto said he got onla. very light cropping sell Sam's Mom as sell Joy. but
do the beckoning of big big and maybe we're talking I too fast, because
money power 1
from his one and third
a acre
big people. allotment not even a barnful, anj we don't know right now Save 33 to 40 Ladies
what the DressesCHILDREN'S
market is
on 75-year-old % on
Hell's Canyon, located between Idaho and Ore- he won't get enough bark pay to )[others.ote( : :Mora we're Just 3
gon. is the last undeveloped site for a super power pay for his fertilizer. _
kidding don't get mad!i
dam in the nation. It is a public resource, wait- .

ing to be tapped for the public good. From it can Jim Rosier said thn May rains Visited with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert LIrge ,
come water and power for development of an en- hurt the tobacco crop in a narrow Xorman and family, who DRESSES ; 1
tire new region just as TV A has developed the three-mile strip in this area, and have just set out more collards r Selection. p 1
great Tennessee Valley area. that he worked his patch' and this week, after rains drowned .iz
thought he had saved Isis S ztwof
Hut two powerful forces fought together to defeat inhen alongame the plant-heavy out their last plantings. They 33 7-3 W I '. ,
the said greens are bringing a good % TO
public power in the far West. was rains in June and about drowned ; f? St hles t
"Old Guard" brand of Republicanism and the his crop. He estimated that: he price now. They are planning to t) SUMMER BARGAINS
set out about 40 to 50 thousandberry Material'..
other included rich and powerful private utility got about half his usual volume.
the Nation. They banded S plants next month or in IX THIS TIIEMKXDOrs
companies ;
early September. They have a ; ; k and
together to create the best oiled and smoothest Even at that, he fared bette- runner patch of 90's.( 40 %
lobbying machine ever seen in action in the halls than Quince Rosier, who is repotted Willie Reddish killed a big rat- r ... Size.
to have lost his entire r
of Congress. Instead of a fruitful Federal pro- crop tIer this week. They say it was Shirt Sale
ject in (Hell's[ Canyon the Idaho Power Company Jim said that Quince did not crop longer than Willie is tall and had
a single leaf and that the patch
and its allies seek private construction of a small 12 tattles and a button. .
is already plowed under. JamesS. .
and relatively cheap dam that will ruin, perhaps Sapp who lives in that section, *
forever the prospects of a major development on also lost his tobacco Saw an old timey sight this OFF
week. On the newly paved section Truly
the scale of TVA. of the North Lawtey Hoad n *

Thus with the Senate defeat of the Hell's Can- Quince Rosier, by the way. made in Starke met a man named! .\ Tremenausj'I'

yon project by a 5111"ote last week another the remark not long ago that Cooper who was driving to town Sat iny
link is added to the long chain of "giveaways" by there is mole money in raising a mule hitched to a Hackney BOY'S SHIRTS I
sheep now than there is in raising -
the Republican administration. Previously there wagon. It brought back many sir
have been nickle. timber, and land giveaways.Now : cattle. He lives right near fond memories of an era that is Sizes 2 to 16
Xew River at the Flowing Well
the list includes dam sites. Bridge and he has had sheep all but dead. 'LADIES ON SALE
We note with great interest that Senator there for ,
a long long time.
Ed Dm ban kidded us this week THINCESSUITS 89Co
Smathers was one of eight Democrats who sided BA DRESS SHOES
about letting our place grow up
with forty-three Republicans in killing Federal Speaking of tobacco again we ..
understand that Mattie Wilkerson, in weeds and we recoiled that
power for Hell's Canyon. Senator Holland, on the
other hand, who has more often than not sided who lives just across New River at least our wasn't being buried \
with the administration in issues of this kind, was did not crop any tobacco but put the way his old place is by the f / \ BOY' SHIRTS I
it in the soil bank and will receive
Mine. It's hard
not among those helping strike the death blowto Highland mighty
a government payment for it. r
Hell's Canyon. to realize now that there ever Oa t '
S Values To
Both of Florida's senators in our opinion} have was a farm in that location.
Saw a group helping to put up $1 i 49
too often shown a tendency to follow the admin- a new home for Frank Cruce who ; j. \ $3.95 now ,
istration line of favors to big business and the is a World War I veteran. Among Daisy must have read that / V{" \
socalkd'ested interests." One of the best dem- those helping were Frank's son. crack we made in the paper not u '

onstrations of this was their vote to free naturalgas Marvin, who was in service over long ago about not giving as 7y '%t I \\ ONU: LOTMEN'S
from Federal regulation. And this at a time in Germany. V. L. Stalling and much milk as Joy because now

when Florida i is on the verge of acquiring naturalgas Robert Cal 1ton. she is really giving a lot.more. /r'iVALUE TO NOW
S Just shows what trymg111 do
calfve be it man 01 beast'In
Found out that the
We offer our congratulations to Senator Holland $3.95 . . .$1.98 -
for resisting the administration at least llir ('..unl,. Ju and For llrn lforil < uut I'lor
this once. As for Senator Smathers, we advise Id... > $5.95. . . $3.98
especially since his In Prul.atrIX Termite Control I \
him to tread with care VLJy '
HiThe IM-ttf <.f V..li.iKlfii A TREMENDOUS: SAVING \ N "
name has been bandied about as a possible vice hiiiinn: d..".iM,<-iloli.r $8.95 . . .$4.98 \ ,.
:> ..f mini: Trillion Tor I'innl *C.c:
; V, ,
presidential aspirant on the Democratic ticket. llilmrcr \ilininilr"t..rXnticv FOR DEPENDABLEGroie / \\ :
For, although Hell's Canyon is tucked safely ;: !j- h..reby Rivfn; that, I li.ifiled \,- SprajingHousehold *I \ liarrycjfM -

beyond the horizon its repercussions could range ;..11':11..1'or mfinal- the F returnAilmim:-lat.. ofV.ilt..,-r SAVE 331-3 % % (!" / >
remember that private Flei hni.inn: 1If'.a'I.l That I Ihave &: Commercial SAVE 331-3
to the seaboard. It is well to filed my. Petltlun fur dl-trl- V
wield powerful influence in the I.y1uai> and f"t final f1i-, .haiRe. an.l l I. ) )
utilities a Call FK. 6-6033 ON '
'/[at on the 6th day .r \nmill ': J
cloak room, but the citizen stalks silently and ..<3*. I will apply I.. the lli.nni.il.lfThtrnn ON ..'
marks the ballot.Letter ,\. 'Ya,,'n. fmintv" ... Jul..e, nf Florida Pest Control 1 LADIES I SHORTS \ t 1
1 Ir ail ford (.Hlllly. nda.f.proval r :ai>- CHILDREN'SSUMMER((( \.. .
of -aid final return" and f..r
order of tributi.n>ii and final drChemical, 1 Co.
charge Administrator.." ..f 1Ntate : .
To A TeenagerDear reaped of Waltei KlriM '"".."n. .1,.. 24 :\. W. 16th Ave. AS C SHOES

This the in dav ..f Iiilv!. I'-.S. GaiHpsviUe, FloridaCll.tIFS

Johnny: .\dniini.:-tra'M: "! \'IOIIT nf Hi ,K-t.it.: ,,- of Pest Control LOW 6 7 AS ON SALE
....... :
\Valt Fl'itllual.'l i ie d| a9C
We saw you Mayor's Court the other day 7 iit l : > : AS LOW 98C FOR

and were reminded that youngsters are always .......- AS 1 ,\lH
eager to "grow up."

That explains your pell mell search for adult- From where I sit ...fy Joe Marsh Reg. $2.00LADIES' ,
hood. You're after your share of adult privileges.and MEN'SSUMMER NOW $1 29

we don't really blame you because we adults I BLOUSES
tend to look at our own adolescence with rose- SHOES

tinted glasses. 1S Confused "Sit"-uation Value To

To are you,late the hours first and and automobiles.foremost of Yet.adult Johnny privileges 1Been SAVE ; REDUCED 33 1-3 % 3.93-Now $1 I. 98

those two privileges are the ones most abusedby meaning all week to tell Lawson won't let me home"you
go (
teenagers. about Curley La"so '"baby- 3 3 1.3 % it WIDE SELECTION: ALL SIZES
From where I sit, jumping to
They are abused because YOU, and a few of bitting" experience. conclusions like Curley did, >. :I/ VALUES TO $

your friends, haven't learned that privileges must His Mrs. left him in charge, doesn't always make for an araus- :.MEN'SSUMMER $5.95 NOW 2. 98
be accompanied by a corresponding amount of re about seven p.m., with instructions ing story. I'm reminded of thepeople Famou.Brands I
sponsibility. You might say that the gods long not to let the children come who-without due consid Starting At )

ago, took out the scales of justice and fussed downstairs. So Curley read his eration-have concluded that rm .9. SLACKS MEN'S
around until they decided that each pound of paper and whenever he heard wrong to like an occasional glass ,
privilege must be matched with a pound of responsibility footsteps on the staircase he oroC beer.Well, to my way of think 1 1.00 t BERMUDHORTS

no more, no less. dered the culprit back to bed. ing, that's not only intolerant... J-3
Happened three or four times. but, what's more, "minding" the
Some teenagers have learned this lesson, so
we can't cast a blanket indictment. But others Little while later, Mrs Miller other fellow's business is not the .1NU
from next door inAmerican -- 11'j1Ir'jip'
have not, and it is they that \\e see in :\Ia"orJackson's came over to way. -' LADIESSUMMER
quire if Curley had her LEISURE SLACKS
court each Monday afternoon at five seen -Ii _
Sonny. "Here I am, Mom"came !( '" ) 1 OFF
o'clock. a voice from upstairs, "But Mr.Copriskt,19i6. PAJAMAS SALEPRICE
When the time came to sentence you for'that .".- ..... --- $1 I.1 98
traffic offense, we felt sorrow for your mom and
pop. They're kind, and maybe a little too lenient, United States Brewers Foundat 33I-3QFF STARTINGAT

but they're seriously concerned with your well-

being. And we can imagine their embarrassmentover MEN'SSUMMER

finding their son hailed into court, on evena Starting .

minor offense. lo DOWN PAYMENT $1.29 PAJAMAS
J But it is hard to summon up much sympathyfor

you. Johnny. .& 6 7 VALUES TO .195
You see, when you slid behind that wheel you

assumed an adult privilege But when you broke -- 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -- CHILDREN'SPAJAMAS ; "', ON ,
the law or endangered the life and limb of yourself 5300 $10.19 % SALE $1.98

and others, you didn't assume a corresponding !- *
amount of adult responsibility $600 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS 520.17

And maybe you didn't like seeing your name
J Values TO 2 9SNOW MEN'S
in the paper in connection with your court ap- LOANS UP TO $2500.00 $1.00

pearance. But. after all you were a man. drivinga SWIM I SUITS
man's automobile, and appearing in a man's

court Why should we inert our eyes and not rite
you a man's treatment just as we would any Ladies SAVE UD Values To :N0\\

adult offender! ? Confidentially there may hale

been a faint gleam of hope in our breast that the Why Put Off HATS AND $3.95 1.98
publicity would make you a bit more careful of $5.95 2,98
your actions next time.

But there's one thing still puzzling us. Johnny.
You were sitting in court thinking. 'This isn't Needed Repairs Paint Your House { 1.1LUES 071 HOY'S

fair. They didn't catch Jim or Bill or Joe or Jane." Sag 50 O
Instead. you should have said right out loud. "I'm Add a Room Screen Porches ; SWIM I SUITSValue

sorry. Mr. Mayor, won't do it again." NOW
Why didn't you say that, Johnny? Why didn'tyou BUILD A GA AGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING NOW

say it like the responsible man you aspire to FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER _, $1' ALL SUMMER
be would have done? SYSTEMS( ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING 98 to $1'


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-.-.-..-.nn mn.ml 't v-t-.t-,-tttt v.-.-tf-.v trt/-y.-.tr. uests; on Sunday ding and Jimmy Waters returned I I Jacksonville have moved to the H';;::0-
Rowell Prevatt family] visit I'Saturday from a weeks vacationat H. Hamilton house on the lake!i
d Mrs Evalena Southerland in J-H Camp at Cherry Lake. i road. I
LA1YTEYlly \
.ake Butler on Saturday. The H C. Kelly family, with I and Mrs Jack Estes were I
Mr and Mrs James Hogan and Mrs Laura Colley of Starke business visitors to Jacksonvilleon :
fly 51 rs.! C. n01111 I :Mrs. Joyce T. rutihAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 ,,Ii.. and Mrs Alton Hogan of spent Sunday afternoon at Lake i Monday

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Mi and\ :\11 flay Doiman and k
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\ .!mdeis family and Mrs. Sam I vin McKinley, and Carl Yar- Saviiij
The ladies of the Ma\\tlle Bapt ,ions of Jackson ille are spending '
}{licks I brough were fishing in St. Johns PINE LEVEL
st Church entertained Saturday .h.s week with Mr and Mis Brymt '
I Mr and Mrs Carl Billiard hads I River on Saturday
night, July :21, with a misceilane I Reddish. I
"u. .hei honoring Mis J. D Mis Sue Norman of Heilbronn a Sunday visitors Mrs Altha I "11'5.Iae Wells, and Mrs Martha ; lijr Mr II. :1. :MiUaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA YOUR .
I!rowning of Lake Butler, the Bales and daughters were
Padgett .it Jacksonville, the former .s visiting her sister Mrs Mary :
(laude Hilliards of Ft. Pierce the Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs
recent Reddish, and Mrs Sue Ratoiu.
Miss Grace
1"arl Starlings of Lakeland, Mrnd Ruth Barthlow in MiddleburgMis This comniimtv ; saddened I II
bride The party was held in the )Ir. and Mrs Luther Hilliard 1 I GROWCome AND GROW !
open on the church grounds. After -1 had as weekend guests the Leon Mrs Henry Thornton of Rai- Stiles Bohannan of Miami by the death 01 two of out thuiih I
the bride opened her manj Starling family and Mrs Louie' 1 ord. the fl. C. Keenes of Jack- and Mr and Mrs Johnny Dye of' members and 1 lfc long friends ;;
onville. and the Vanice Keenes Ft. Lauderdale and Lake Bro Robert and 1 Bro R II i
useful and attractive gifts: refreshments Belle Wainwright and daughter: Kingsley Haislop See Your Savings Grow week After
were serve I II I
thus; ooasion with the I ling family of the State Farm Mr and Mrs O J. Anders and on Thursday deepest sympathy. III j Week At A&P And What's More Every
honoree were Debbie Phillips: nsited them on Sunday. I illy were Sunday dinner guests I The Joe Shuford family of St Mrs Doris Zeigler and daughter ,

Myrtle C'oleiiian. Mary Browning, Mrs Leona Edwards, the Herb-'I Mr and Mrs C. G Hodges in I Augu tine were visiting Mrs II and Mrs Loran Conner and | I /, : Purchase Guaranteed To Please Or Your
Louise Home. Minnie Pellum, pit Hildreths and the Clyde Hiatt .'a<'ksonvilleMr John Shuford and Dave on Monday children all of Miami were dlnlk'r -

Pansy Knight, Julia Griffis, AnnaUllc family attended a birthday dinner! an.IIrs.. Richard Bowderf I guests of Mr and Mis W
Harris, Bertha Padgett for Linda Edwards, daughter of, I IIr. Keystone Heights have recl'ntlymO'I'.1 Mrs Tommy Griffis has returned -! C. Conner Wednesday last %% Money Back.

lame Higgmbotham, Joyce Sch and Mrs Carl Edwards of into the J. Futch rental' from a two weeks visit week Peggy spent last week

mehl, Dorothy Higgmbotham, Gainesville, and Louie Lee Wam- 1 louse. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs I with her cousin, Yvonne Conner. You'll Save More Every Day at A&P !

} Bertha Harris, Jewel Harris, Violet \right Jr. of the State Farm, Rudolph Prevatt of Washington Lester B. Donn, in Green Cove; and Yvonne's parents took them

Burned, Charlene Padgett which was held at the L. L. \Vam- National Washing- Springs. I to Branford Sunday afternoon to Dole Chunk 11 I o/ can
Evelyn Coleman, and Shirley Higginbotham -I ..right Sr home on Kingsley ton, D. C. is spending vacation Mrs. Joyce Schmehl and daughter attend the Youth Camp.

Lake last Sunday. nth his parents. Mr and Mrs of Jacksonville\ are spending I Rev. and Mis B..1. Terry antifamily AHMOUISCOHNEDGEEF for
extended to the Pre'aUand I this week with the James Waters' I PINEAPPLE 2 33C
Murk: Shower: I Sympathy is onard Irevatt. Mrs. :' I' of Ft. Worth Texas have 1 Lb. Can
Mrs Leslie Sweat, Mrs BufonHiKgmbotham relatives of the late Albert Starling son are visiting: her parents j' family. moved here and are member ot C
o.l whose death occurred Thurs in Margate, England I Mr and Mrs Everett Burnev Level Church
: Pine Baptist
l and Mrs. C. I? HAS H 3 9
Sunshine ( i ith Potatoes ::10:1:
!Ian entertained at the home of: lay, July 19. Mr and Mrs Hermie Kelly at. I stopped bv to see Mrs Henry, Mr and Mrs Reed Lewis ant, teen' can
July Friends of Mrs O. J. Phillips ended the funeral of Mrs Kelly's;' Sapp on Sunday afternoon, as daughter have gone to New ,!It t'r-i for
Mrs Sweat Monday evening I
2'!: with a stock shower honoring : will regret to learn that she is a cousin, Ellery Whitehead, ir t I they were returning to their home I sey, where )Ir. Lewis will be employed. BEANS 2 lSC

. 1.1I's. Lonnie Harris. Games werplayed patient in Bradford Hospital. Little acksonville[ last Friday. 'I in Jacksonville, after attendingthe 'j .1R11OI Rs STAR ('OHNEII:
throughout the evening: Earle Phillips, young son of "11'. Hutchinson, Professor of': Bob Haislop funeral.Mrs. I Mrs Irene Green of Kevst,'no

and [inzes were awarded to Mrs Leslie and Joan Phillips\ fell Mathematics at the University of I Eva Griffis and Tommy i Heights spent Saturday night anti 8EEFI2oz 4SC\&I'SIIOd '
lulu Griffis, Mrs. Elsie Mae Cannon from a second story window in Florida and- Associate Lay Leader Gnffis were business visitors to I Sunday with the "li'Raes.Ionllav I

Mis. J. C. Higginbotham, and their apartment last Saturday but of the Methodist Church, vva- Gainesville on Mondav I visitors of the McRaes were RI'I I POTATOES 2'forIS43
Miss Kathleen Denmark. After has shown no ill effects up to the guest: speaker at the Methodist Miss Elizabeth Tallahassee'where Terry left Monday ; R. J. Terry of Heilbronn Spuna.s i)
this time. Church last Sunday for she and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Armour's Star
the honoree opened her man; I IIr. Mr 12 O/.
) and Mrs Glenn Shuford, The R. \\'. Moslev Jr. family of will spend two weeks with her I Ibrotherinlaw
served W. C. Conner.
refreshments were Mrs. Crotker lake Mixes yellow, & White
gifts : Betty
Higginbotham, Thelm and Mrs Sam Hicks wt're't'ek. Orlando brought the Senior Mos- and sister. Mr. and i iI Mr an.1Irs.. Neil ('roshof
to '
Lee Higsmbotham, Myrtle] Coleman end guests of Mr and Mrs Floyd leys home on Saturday and re Mrs J P. wvruk While there I Oklahoma and R. M Cioshv of I MET T 37C for OAC

Bertha Harris, Janie fig Martin in Daytona Beach. mained for the weekend I she will attend a short course Jacksonville were guests of the DEVILVrmour's FOOD 3

ginbotham, Dorothy Kilgoie Juli )fr. and Mrs O J. Anders visited \ Mr. and Mrs J. E. Warren had I for cafeteria vvoikersMr I W C. Conners one day last \\'e..k. I

Griffis Mae Higginbotham, Olhi, the 1-H Camp at Cherry Lakeon as guests( during the weekend Mr. and Mrs Ancil Futch and We haven't heard from Mrs

Mae Cannon, Kathleen Denmaik, Thursday. Their son Billy,,t and Mrs Marvin Warren of Jacksonville daughters\ of Quincy, spl'nt'ed i Hall since last Sunday. when her \sienna

Louise Bass, Florence Parrish, who had contracted a cold, came I and Mr antI Mrs J. W nesday and Thursday with the: conditioned was des nbej as 1,ine I DEXOhort.ni83C 4 for
Evelyn Coleman, Lealer Hams home with them. Fowler and family of Hampton Joyce Futch family and other I \\' wish :,,1' ht'i ,i speev r>> ,,c-j i oz can 2 29C
Tona Higgmbotham, Elsie Ma< Mr. and Mrs R. \\'. Sapp:: and Mrs Howard Martin and son relatives. ei\'. \\e do !II.s. ices 'I' ,MM i' .

Cannon. Helen Wilkinson, Maggn Mrs Annie Stevens of Jackson- and Mis Grady Perry of Titus Mr. and Mis. Joe Stalling and home md it ,'nut",'h
Delia Denmark file were Sunday dinner guestsof ville are visiting their mother daughter and Mrs Rob Futch ; ;
Griffis Lou Liquid giant Size
Mrs Arthur Pearce this week. visited Mrs Buddy Stalling in
Copeland and Mrs Mandy Manning
Ida Smith
Mabel Harris Gazelle Sweat, The Troy, Buster, and Donald Mis G W Roberts is vision I Jacksonville hospital last Mon VEI" SAUERKRAUT for ilVIN C
Rosalie Nolan, and Mrs Harris Bennett families. Mr and Mrs her brother Charles Tatuin. and' i day. Friends of Mrs Starling will 39 \ 2

the honoree. I Dan Starling. "11'. and Mrs \\'aU-1 family in Boynton Beach. I be glad to know that she ha COLONIALFLORIST ,
to report I er Wilkinson Mr and Mrs ] Mr and Mrs John Tribula Jr greatly improve and is now at
We are very sorry I IVillnmsnn and son. the Bennett and sons. Jimmy and Bobby, of I the H C. Harley home Jane Parkers Light Tender
that our mail carrier, Sidney; Wilkinson family, and Mr and Buffalo] N Y are enjoying a two I Mr and Mrs Wilbeit Crawford & 1 rat
that I I Food W
Hams, is ill and we do hope Angel
be well and out again 1 Mrs. I B Thompson attended a weeks vacation with Mrs Tnbu-I of Avon Park were recent visit'MS GAR C ,
will soon
he Waters and chillren -; birthday dinner for Shad Thompson la's parents Mr. and Mrs A. J. I at the Melson Pnvett home. 1 5 ,cry
Mrs. Linda and Rogers, left Mon- in Lake Butler last Sunday Stalling I' Mrs Martha Green and Mrs Les PHONE 218 f RING 39- .
< extended visit I riiis was Mr Thompson's birth- Mr and Mrs Preston Greer McClellan carried Mr Green to .
day by bus for an llomestead with; I had as guests last week Mr and Tallahassee to the Edwards Hos-
in Miami son-in-law am iiay.Mr. and Mrs L H Harper and Mrs Grant Green of ValdastaGa. pital, after he had spent a few (j)

Mrs. Water's Mr and Mrs. Bob Stanley family. of Staike were Sunday. I I, ., Mr and Mrs Edison Greerof days here with his family. Save With 'Super-Right' Quality Meat
daughter Eruests of Mr and Mrs Carl Madison Mr. and Mrs Vascf, Mr and Mrs Louie Hubbardof
and daughter, Sandy. i FLOWERSFor
D. J. Parrish and Pievatt.Mr Thomas of Anahiem, California Massachuslls were recent visitors -
and Mrs
Mr and Mr and Mrs Bustei and Mrs Paul Bennett Mr. and Mrs W. H Bennett anc I of Mis L. H Hill Louie: is All Occasions Super-Right
family of Middleburg md daughters. Mr and Mrs Tru- daughter of Warner Bobbins. Ga. a nephew of Mrs Hill and once
Butler and family I
tc man Norman and sons, and the I and Mrs Callie Walker of Lake 'lived in Law ley DISH GARDENS
motor trip
are enjoying 01 interest a in South Florida, I FAgar'ilkimon family enjovedpicnic I City. Miss Tess Bennett, who hv; I Mr and Mrs: Commodore Crews BACON Thick Sliced 2 pound pkgs. TFftC

points including Miami and Key West. supper at the Wilkinson! spent two weeks with the Greens i and family of the State Farm POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY

Mr and Mrs. Charles Horn- I coding on Silver Lake last Sat- returned with her parents or I \\'l're'isiting Mr and Mis Perry !
were weekend irdav.Mr ;Sunday I Davis this week I
Jacksonville I
of Mrs. F. B. and Mrs Marshall Mott The Earl Teston family and J I I... P. Rafuse who had the misfortune WiredAnywhere I
and Flowers
guests of Mr I md son of Gainesville were Sat-;I B. Tl'ston'E'I'f' the Sunday din- I to be hit by a piece of II
i I Whole Half
Coleman. Palatka !tdiv dinner ruests of Mr. and i ner guests of Mr and Mrs G W steel as he was working in his Super-Right or
Mis W A Cannon of i "Urs Carl Hilliard.I Teston in Jacksonville I garage, is a patient in Bradford !

spent last Friday with Mr.her son-and I Miss Janet Stoughlon of Jacksonville I Johnny Devore Terry and County Hospital Mrs Rafuse and StarkeNow Smoked Tenderized per pound
and daughter :Nona St.
m law Ratoiu visited him on HAMS F'I 57C
B. Nolan, and sons. : : visited the GUY Futch I' Ralph Futch Jimmy and Churl!: I Mis
Mis C. I ramilv last Saturday The Ode Moore Danny tone Raymond: I 1"lI.lapVf>nng-; L
Mrs healer Harris had as her MrStephenson family were their ind Run:ud Dm ran. Aithm Red Mi md Mss LMin Htmilton of ti

last Wednesday.. her niece -- ... _. --- ..
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Mis Della Kennedy of Jacksonville II- '. --"j.. -- -. -- ".- -. :'., ': : .- --,:--- _.-- --. .:. ._ --- - --

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Irvin and Robert Wilkinson of I

Jacksonville have been guests of Available AtSEYMOUR'S i Per
and i Package
Ed Wilkinson
Mr and Mrs SANDWICH 29c

fannlvMis. I ,
Vivian Reed and Mrs Sal- 1

H Sanders and childien of Plant '

City visited recently with Mrs I 66' SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. .. Phone 404

and Reed's family sister. Johnie Mrs Reed N L remained Cannon :I k Fresh Fruit & Vegetabes

Cannon for daughter.Mrs a two Doss and June weeksisit family.Higginbotham, were with business Mrs and t TIN Y'S '66' S SERVICE E 411 S. Walnut Street .. Phone 44FARMER'S Fresh: Elberta lb.

visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday '

Mrs Lynn Ward and Mrs I 66' SERVICE In Front of Starke Farmers Market on 301
George ;;each of Hastings visited i
afternoon with their sister :
Mrs C. B. Nolan and family :
learn that -
We are sorry to .
Kyle Cannon is ill again at his !I "
and wish for him a ..
home here A
I Start Saving '
speedy recover)'. C II. GivenWitfi
Miss Shirley Wilkinson has been .A' Stamps

suffering with an eye infection .., For
1 hshe will be well soon.. These Stamps ,.y 2 19C
Ston- EveryPurchase
Mrs. Shirley Lagrua of "

Conn spent last weekend '
ington I -
with her brother-m-law and sister I TODAY!

Mr and Mrs. E. D. Higgm i Fresh For

botham and family M nERS i C CARROTS lib.

yule Baptismal Baptist services Church of were the Max held r 1 OI

last Sunday afternoon at Black .

Creek near Long Branch.. Rev rl

Lester Taggart baptized ten people Hundreds of Fresh Seedless Fresh Stringless

All Premiums Pound Per Lb.
ICC 4ftC
Mr and Mrs. James Coleman "
of Jacksonville pent the weekend Valuable Prizes ( GRAPES; BEANS

here with Mr and Mrs F B. I Nationally

Coleman i
Mi anti Mrs Buddy Browning AbsolutelyFREE
of u ksomiu spent the weekend: r Advertised Brands
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psrrrrrrssssrssssssrsrsssssssssa-sppssss-ssss-a4'f--j I Anniversary Observed I Ij 'P I Miss Barbara Ruth Bunch Former Starke -- > I,

:j By ?\'1r. And Mrs. Dale Resident, Is \Ved In Carolina Ceremony Bigham Proposes Alderman Family Plat j

-, :Mi and Mrs. A. A. Dale, who Has Reunion At For
Lake ,
ti-x.de on the Raiford road, were Plant ExpansionAt
pie.i.santly sui prised: at a part.. .
Hampton 15APP'oXl11att'Iy
July Filed With ClerkA
given in their honor Tuesday eve i

ninj July 17, in celebration 01 Brooker
Gladys Mootg their 25th wedding anniversaiy: I IINI, ;ie.si-s .It. pi it : '' .i ies' > .I to : ....< ,
Phone 35 tended the Filth \:11'/.1: ; :nmnn I i -ub-diVii-.on
: f The la.e covered refreshment "n 1ltl' ; l.i-\

___ss-- s---- __ rsrr rsaass_ =_sss ..b table was centered with a beautiful rf'l \' i-.' i-\p, .in-.on, ni '::10' HrmKu. (Alderman,f! the Southern' familv hr -unch lOr tht'. has b.vn i.led 1 in tic 1.:. "i"'.,,, ,; f

thiee-tiered cake and sum i. t, 'Si.: held Juhn CVuithouse, bv Mr anil :V'U
11." plant
Baptist Ceremony July 8 In \Valdo i.- ( iii t'ntlv being : at the home of Mr and MisT S
Unites I Sibley
iner blossoms were used for de & ? '1 'it' punted by W. E Bigham Jr.. .1. Alderman .
I in
Miss Thelma Annette Webb orations in the party iims.y no,ul I of Bigham Knterprisesliuham. Hampton Development of the !J.'> .!' i itstiicted '-
And Mr. Kelle1 ;
family venose to
The 20 guests included member : still st'ekmgfinancing single fanr..ydentes 'e> -

of the family and friends. -.p .. rI.L4 fni needed expansion said his history dates back to talO: when of no less than 4.;>o sq'.ie!

I f '
.1 md even establishment of and established himself in "Lakeview." according to re\n-'
Couple EntertainedAt a poul-
-It :? Salem Mass., came from in the
,f !tu: and research farm. most of office of the county cici'n

Pinehaven Party 'f:if. The Brooker businessman already the southern statt-s :and from as- Early:: purchasers of 'Lakeview"

!i has the third largest broiler far north as Connet.ticut.Abner lots were Tax Assess.u .i- '

:Mr: and Mrs Tony Gonzalez entertained plant in Florida. Yet since Alderman of Orlando. Mrs Gene Long and ('011:1\

at a lovely lawn party Florida is producing only 50 percent was elected president of the clan : Judge and Mrs Theron A Yawn

last Friday evening at their homein of the broilers it consumes I during the business meeting at i 1 Jr. Tax stamps indi,'at,. ea> I ii

Pinehaven honoring Miss Norma Higham still is seeking funds for the family: get-together. He succeeds 'transaction amounted to $1 6'*"

tJ Gonzalez and her fiance Jack expansion of hir. entire operation. T. J. Alderman of Hampton -', Other recent real estate !! c-1-'

Roberts following their wedding Tentative l'ro"lwc.tu.. actions/ include

rehearsal. In a tentatively-drafted pros- Other officers elected for the Mr and :Mrs. S. E. Si-n.i; ." -,- .

'j J The buffet table was overlaid! L !'t'I.tUS.[ he Mr: and Mrs James W r.-n.i-
., proposes: coming year were Carl Aldermanof
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: v k. I wnn a linen cloin ami centere;I 1 > Production increases in both Baltimore. Md.. vi."' president in Great Oaks. $ .O&: M.::r .
; Lct: & .. with a pink bowl holding an as. Barbara Ruth Bunch, I trimmed in seed pearls and se broiler and livestock operations. '1 Xat Alderman of Pooler. Ga. C Bcssent to J. \\". Thoniin .." .

sortment of variegated flower!' daughter of Mr and Mrs George quins She wore a bolero of rhantillv 21\ Establishment of breeder hell tiea-surer: Jack She aker.. Tal-) Bradford Heights. StiOO M-

banked with fern. Mrs. W.f. ,.Harrell Bunch ot Statesville N ia<'e with long sleeves; tei- farms to produce baby chicks. lahaysee, secretary; and Mrs and Mrs Jack Rudolph Smit:. : >

r''r ::!1 Smith Mrs. T. :M.: Smith, and :Mrs: C., formerly of Starke, be'awe minating in points over the hands. 31 I Establishing sales outlets for i| Geoige C. Wa.te: Tallahassee, assistant Mr and Mrs J. H. Harrell .-.
'ithe I bride of 1st Lt Robert
G. Carl assisted the hosts in serv Bai- j The lull skirt of Tulle had lace broilers. secieta"v. property: in Saratoga Height !

ing a Spanish supper. featuring',: nard Meacham, son of Mis H. L. insertIOns. From her pea ilized 41 Increased acreage for grow- After the new :ffc.rs! were $1.400 but subject to $9600 n;.." '.
Meacham and the late Mr. :Meac-:
yellow rice with chicken. orange blossom Queen's crown ing grain.I mst&'led the new boir<| of dire't-I gage.

Miss Gonzalez and :Mr.: Roberts': i ham, in a lovely ceremony performed fell a finger length veil of pure I 51 Establishment of a poultry ors began nu'nt: plans fri an Mrs ::Man' Graham H'v>r .

h' 1 Sunday afternoon, July silk French illusion. Her an'l livestock Mr and Mis Charles M. Si hunt-
presented their attendants with I 1 onlyjewelry i research farm. active year illn! .? whl 'h will: be
,,22. at 4 o'clock! at the summer property in Temple's
was AcMitm
a cultured pearl "This featured
i personal gifts during the evening. may appt'ar'isionary, a irembi'rship-\ a
it home of the bride's pai ents in necklace raid $1.000.: agreement to !i.'.
t Mr and Mrs. Gonzalez were given L i a gift of the bridegroom Bigham. "But Honda is boos -the-trl'.t'tlr' campaign: ami ; pincha
.:.... 1a beautiful television lamp by the Banner Elk. X. C. and her bouquet consisted glowing so fast. the food producers a well-prog.'tnhine annual I' Carl Johns from Mr and Mt -

... I., honored couple.Among The Rev. A. C. Swofford of El-i of two white orchids covering a ', are failing to keep pace union. Ernest E. Strickland one ai r,' '

\ lenboro, X. C., material grand-I] white Bible. i "The market is obviously here. Past prf. kit T J. Alderman land for $2.900: Mr. and :MrI
the S3;; guests were ,_,'-__ ,'-_ L .L n"
\. i jaiiicr 01 me ontie. oinciatcd at Mrs Bunch, mother of the ft'nee we're only producing only and L. A. ('"nll'a ot tarke were : H Futch to Mr and Mrc tit"': ;.-

It members of the wedding party. i! the double ring ('eremonyHe was bride 50 ". Shuford. house in Lawtev >:, I llIlti>
woie a blue dress trim- per cent of our broilers. In my appointed: t ) se' the
I : members of the family, and out assisted by the Rev. T. H. Swof- med in sequins. Her accessories hook, this calls for planning and place for the giim1.::;! next sunimei Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ander- ;o :\t'

of town guests.Starke's ford grand-uncle of the bride. were of matching color and her extensive action." This ;.nfuii'iati<>n will oe ar.- and- "Mrs. Fred. Hess. propctvEverley's : ",

i The ceremony took place on corsage was a white OH'hid. Eggs: From IndianaAs noun<'ed at a 1 I.a' date Addition, $6.000
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: Garden Club I-the lawn where a trellis, intertwined :Mrs.: :Meacham.: mother of the an example of the practn

with native rhodendron bility of his Blti Un II \I'I'f1li.: : .
Meets At LawsonsMembers j bridegroom. chose an aqua lace plans Bigham salt\

and white flowers formed a back- dress, trimmed in sequins and he acquires baby chicks from J i Can Be Dangerous A depaitment of news "!1'". i

ground for the white satm-cover- worn with matching accessories Gainesville: hatchery Eggs foi,r .
:: of the Starke Gar I employees of Big Dad Manui '
ed altar. Baskets of white gladioli Her was also white I the chicks come from great distances -
den Club met at the home of corsage or- Co. will
tiring Telegraph
begin the
i and native fern were on either chid. !' some as far as Indiana. LOVE TAP
the president. Mis. H. A. Lawson, I next week. It will be w r.- -
side of the trellis, and summer "With a hen breeder farm
Monday evening at a called meet- Immediately following the ceie-j i ten by Mrs. Joyce Castlen ai t'" -
flowers were blooming throughout mid Bigham, "I know ('hiclihatt'hing
mony a reception was held on the !
The First Baptist Church o f was decorated with baskets I I A "love-tap" can be a danger ployee of the company
of ing.The the yard. terrace at the Bunch home. The costs can be cut 30 pei rvent.
Waldo was the scene of the wed book was outlined. | ous thing.
white chrysanthemums year "
gladioli, :Mrs.: Sterling Turner of Sur- bride's table cO'eredith .
was !
ding at 4 p. m. Sunday July 8. and stock. The brides j and members discussed whether I At least, it love
table. over- 1 goinsville, Tenn., a cousin of the an Irish linen cloth and was cen- Bigham currently produces 50C I appears a tap
which united Miss Thelma Annette ." laid with a white lace cloth : the club should sponsor a Flower bride tons of broilers instigated a Negro fracas whuh '\. "'\ '
i was played the traditional wedding tered with a wedding cake, top- ; annually in 12 \ :. \
Webb. daughter of Mr. anc I ( centered with a tiered wedding I Show in the Spring. marches and accompanied ,' chicken houses with 80.000 square: :' came in for full airing in the ,
ped with a miniature bride and i igroom.
Mrs. D. T. Webb, of Waldo, and I cake flanked by crystal candela- I Members were also reminded I the soloist :Miss: Sue Johnson of' Mixed feet of broiler growing space. The:| : City Court of :Major: W. T. Jackson ..... rGc"O -
L. C Kelley. son of Mr. and I I to be working on their handicraft I summer flowers ,I; : : Monday. The issue 1 \\" .
bra.Mrs. Statesville, X. C., who sang "Be and a cut glass punch bowl completed units are equipped with automatic was w' ... \: '\
Mrs. C S. Kelley, of Brook r. S. D. Bristowe cut the I projects which will be sold at the cause"* and "The Lord's Prayer. the table feeding, watering and medicating whether the love tap was a knife ,\ ,
I arrangements. ,
The double-ring ceremony was; wedding cake and Mrs. Maurice club Christmas store in Decem- The bride chose as her maid ', systems. slash or a gentle fisted reminder .. t-::: ,.. '
Later in
formed by the Rev. G. B. Van. I II the evening the cou- .; \
DeSha poured punch. Assisting in I ber. In addition to his broiler ,: Rachael Kittler who said
i of honor her sister Miss Ann I IBun.h. pie left for a wedding trip to resort opera. she Rl
Allen in
a setting of white chrysanthemums serving was Mrs. Earl Tomlmson I I Following the meeting [rs'l Bridesmaid were another I areas along the Gulf Coast tion. Bigham's work inspired the ; recently served six years in Rai- -

gladioli stock, and and Mrs. Louise Harrison kept Lawson served homemade ice sister, Miss Georgiana Bunch, and and Xew Orleans enroute to lIar- I construction of the $50.000 Brooker i ford for murder, claimed she was

palms. Branched candelabra com the bride's book. I cream and cookies.Farewell 'I Miss Elizabeth Meacham, sisterof I lingen. Texas where they will re-j'I '' feed mill. another Bigham en- ,, tending her own business in t, ) R '"- S

pleted the decorations. When the couple left for a wed I the bridegroom. I side for the duration of Lt. :Mencham's : i 1 teipriri? which started operating Knight's Quarters when her 16- \ { '\ ''

Wedding music was presentedby ding trip to St. Petersburg and ,! LuncheonFor Their gowns featuring fittedi I current tour of duty inj'i J month ago. year-old "boy friend" attackedher \\1

Mrs. Charles Dean, organist. South Florida, the bride wore a''! i bodices of imported lace and satin the U.S. Air Force. The bride Xot At Capacity with a knife. She letaha ed TI1

and Bill Below, soloist. :yellow taffeta dress with white Miss McKnightMiss and waltz-length skirts of i The mill is not now working at with a knife of her own and sent '
nylon traveled in a biege linen sheath -
Miss Catherine Webb sister of accessories and orchid corsage. '! net. were designed by the dress with matching plaid topper j p eak capacity. since it's the wrong him to the hospital for r.'itihes.

the bride was maid of honor. Her, Mrs. Kelley is a graduate of Dolores McKnight was bride, and were identical exceptfor and matching accessories. J I t:ime of year for "custom" feed But the boy friend. Frank Ben-

gown of blue organdy over taffeta Gainesville High School, and her honored at a farewell luncheonlast color. The maid of honor The bride attended Bradford' x vork, because corn already IS nett, said the affray didn't start : An III Wind. .

was adorned with bands of husband attended Bradford High ,I Friday noon by :Mrs.: D. L. I wore pink. while the bridesmaids High School graduated from 'narketed. This type of operation with a knife. He said he gave

satin ribbon on the skirt She School. He is employed by the I Thomas, Mrs. Randall Chitty, wore ice blue. They carried baskets l isually starts in October. I I Rachael a few "love taps" before '
Haines City High School, and
wore a small blue flower hat and I Seaboard Railroad, and they will Mrs. L. N. Pickering, :Mrs.: Michael -I of mixed summer flowers But Bigham has been using the the knifing started. A IsntMNT. leaf, blown by
later attended Florida Southern
carried a bouquet of pink carna reside in Waldo.Outof.town II' Pkkering and Mrs. Lavern I with ribbons to match their dress- College in Lakeland where she|I mill two days a week to produce I'I j :Mayor: Jackson fined Rachael' the wind, can start a fire

tions. wedding guests included Outlaw at the home of the latter. eSt pledged AOPi sorority. She graduated f r eed for his own 80.000 broilers. ]I $50 for her part in the fracas and that will destroy jour home.

Leon Carter, of Starke, was I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ja'k-j Attractive arrangements of DeVere Lentz of Asheville X. from Winthrop College in | Once Bigham is able to stock ]I told her the parole officer would Somebody el. e's carees.xne>s

best man and ushers were Melvin son and daughter, Celiene.and Al- seasonal flowers were used to I C. served as best man for Lt. 1955 with a BS degree in home I t L he baric ingredients! for chicken be notified. He turned Bennettover but YOU have to stand the

DeSha, Waldo and Winfield ton Adams, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. advantage in decorating the Meacham, and ushers were Dr. economics. During the 1955-561 f l eed, he figures the feed mill will to Juvenile Judge T. A loss. One more reason! why

Tillis, Jacksonville. Paul Harrison, :Mr.: and Mrs. A. for the occasion. The I William Statesville1X. I s ave him $40,000 a year. Yawn. Bennett also should
of H Hall and rooms | Warner of : term she taught in the home economics was charged you carry adequateFire

Given in marriage by her father Ann Jones family Mrs. Polly guests were served at linen covered -! C. and Jimmy Kipka of department of. Bradford Currently. his broiler operations with driving without a license. Insurance on your prop
and Mr. and :Mrs.: 1 i'' consuming weekly about 20
the brute wore a gown of imported card tables. : :Mooresville: X. C.. a cousin of High School. J': erty.
Harrell Sorrels, Jacksonville; ::'olr'j :ons of feed, which he produces by
Chantilly lace over taffeta :Miss: McKnight is leaving: next the bride. Lt. :Meacham: completed highr! |i
and Mrs. Jack Hamilton and I| unning the plant two days aeek. The course is part of a new Air
designed with a low scalloped daughter Green week for the Phillipines where The bride, given in marriageby school in Asheville. X. C. and I : Let us check jour proit'ctiontoday
Cove Springs: I \,' Force program and consists of 161
neckline short sleeves and bouf- :Mr.: and Mrs. she has accepted the position as her father, wore an ankle graduated from the Universityof i I !
L. A. Kelley and members who
are noncommis1stoned I
believes the feed
fant waltz length skirt trimmed sons, St. I school teacher for the children of I I length dress of ter own design, North Carolina at Chapel Hill Bigham plant
Petersburg; Mr. and officers civilians working
hpol.tual las great potential. For example. i and 1 j
with pleated ruffles. Her tiered :Mrs.: C. A. Kelley and the Air Force peisonnel. fashioned of nylon tulle Duchess in 1951 l with a B.A. degree in : |
fingertip veil was held by a small Mrs. J. The hostesses presented :Miss: bridal satin and impoited Chant- sience. He was com 11 le points out that Xorth Florida i managerial positions. :
McCauley, and ::
and I'l roduces all the ingredients for: H. C. Wall
eap of sequins and pearls of ,white I. W. Wesley, Wildwood: Mr and McKnight with a lovely nylon :' illy lace. The bodice with a pnncesg missioned a second lieutenant up-I'hicken feed except for salt, vita-! Cpl James E. Moody, son of I AgencyPhone

she carried a bouquet Mrs L. L. I robe as a momento of the occa waistline was made of on graduation and is now a pilot
Dyal and family, :Mrs: 'I I n r uns and drugs, which amount to:, :Mr.: and Mrs J. J. Moody of Rt
roses centered with a white or- lace and satin. and was i iJ the r S. Air Force. I I 146
J. C. Harrell and son, Brooker: I sion. Twenty-five guests enjoyedthis Chantilly in a bout 10 pounds of a ton. 2. Staike. arrived in Korea last { :
< L.'.'.'_ _._,,-__ ..._.._ ft _.._,. ,i Mr.:: and Mrs. Walter Sibley, Keystone delightful affair. I I Eighty-five per cent of the in- month for duty with the 1st Marine 200 E. Call Street
me onue muuirr wuic u a j Mr.
; and Mrs. Earl Tomlm Aircraft He
Wing IS mal ned
blue lace dress with white accessories son Ona; Mr. and Mrs S. D. Crosby Family Meet : g;redients are corn and soybeanleal to the former Aclrene (' Hammond Fla.
and carnation m which already are pro-
a pink Bristowe and family, and :Mrs.: nd of Los Angeles Calif

corsage.was worn A dress by the of pale bridegroom's blue lace Irene :Mickel, Gainesville. I Staged At Kingsley : &ft1k nC uic iients luced ,in which this area.can be Other or alreadyre ingre- .

mother, whose corsage was of Descendants of the late PhilipA. a; produced here, are alfalfa,

white carnations Her accessorieswere Children Given Gifts :j Crosby of Brooker enjoyed neat scraps, fish meal, limestone

black. From Holy Land Sites their annual reunion last Sundayat I'a ind bone meal.SERVICE.
The brides parents entertained:' Strickland's Landing on Kings- Surely glad to be back after' Star State1 IF YOU PA Y $2.00 A

at a reception in the educational Children present at the Enseyi ley Lake.A being crowded off the society: Seems that Starke news really -

which Play Lot afternoon '! page for the past several weeks gets around Albert Stefanelli. WEEK FOR LAUNDRYYOU
building of the church, : Tuesday re- basket dinner and swimmingwere "
reived gifts of hand-made olive highlights of the event by the usual outbreak of slimmer I stationed in Germany, wrote MEN
'I weddings But come June and
-I_ wood camels and also some na :, which was attended by some 160 home that he read about our recent -
1: July the brides have the right- CAN
tural bank robbery German
flowers. in a
arranged on cards I relatnes '

brought back from the Holy Land I surviv- of-way and I gladly yield my newspaper! Hear that the *
Ten of Mr. Crosby's 12 '
DA IC by the teacher :Mrs.: Florence | space when there's not room for:' marriage of Virginia Dempseyto
i I i ing hildren were present. They us all Thanks to all "fond
Hippie my Scott Groves the
on a recent trip abroad. I I Stepp in 1st
FL-: :! were: R. G. Crosby. Fairbanks:
I readers" who they've'missed ] '
STARKE Young people and children are :I'I Brooker Mrs say Presbyterian Church, Gainesville T Sgt: James H. Gassett of r.
:Mrs: H. P. Gainey, ; i I ,
the weeks .
cordially invited to join the classes I| A. L Crosby Sr., Starke; C. E. me in past few i i on June 29 was a lovely ;, S tarke. Air Police Supervisor Inhe

I each Tuesday at 3:30: m. : JoAnn Rowe was hostess at a event Virginia is a former t 1400th Air Police Squadron
Sunday Monday, Tuesday i Crosby. Westconnt'tIrs.: :: R. J. j _
delightful swim party last Saturday !
Starkeite the ecently' the 50-houi
and bridegroom is r completed
Waters Dundee Mis. L. H.
I /light for husband Jimmy a student Civil Engineering Course for An
July 29 30, 31 i Fuh'h Staike: E. B. Crosby. in J ilanagement
I Schwinn Bicycles who is home from Korea on a School at the U of F College of j;I F'orce Supervisors offered by the
Brooker L.
;, ; Crosby.
DOUBLE FEATURE i 30-day leave, and for Barbara of THIS AUTOMATIC
AM) REPAIRING boro; B. T. Crosby. Tampa. Engineering They are now i J Manpower, Management Office

SVUS FILED: Colley. who was home for the residing at 721 ::. W. 35th Ave t he Iceland Air Defense Force

All That Heaven LAN MVKR.SSimpson REI'AIRFD: I I weekend from her nursing job at in Gainesville _

I Rotary Hears Speech Charity Hospital in Xew Orleans
Allows Bike Sandra Jones is working for 1 017 \\'. Madison ER
ShopS. Scene of the party was the
IX TKC1IXICOLOR About Atomic EnergyDr Presidential Ins. Co. in Jacksonville :Mr.: and Mrs Fred Hess recent-
Walnut Streetyyyy Hogan Smith cottage on Crosby
Rock and staying with her uncle' the Carl Anders
With Jane Wyniiut and 1;y purchased
Lake Jackie Hobbs ,
Hudson :Marion: E. Forsman, professor reports and aunt. the Roy Wingates ;i h lome at 618 Lafayette, while the
of electrical engineering at the I that her aqua parakeet. Jody, has ', J L. Harrell is : to
I' the new manager 1 nders family have moved
flown the in the X. Church I .
AND !, Vmversitv of Florida College of coop I of Central Florida Gas & Appli- (5amesville: The L. H Futches :
St and she's like it back.
Engineenng discussed the development -, area ance Co. Jack Smith, former l'ecently moved here from Lawey I S. ,
Project Moonbase if you see it flitting around .1 '
of atomic energy for industrial manager has transferred to the and are enjoying their new
With Huss Ford & UonnalartrU: SEE KNTRAL i Ann Green of Camp Blanding, I I I
purposes at the Rotary I Gainesville office The Harrells h lome at Lafayette and Adams .

1'lus Color Cartoon for Children FLORIDA'S dub! luncheon Wednesday. is relieving Gladys Silcox at Hart have bought the Smith home 'n .Eloise and Seeber Goodman 1.

He also told of the great demand -. Furniture this week, while Gladys I! Saratoga Heights Clara Ada nd family have been at the Completely Automatic
BEAUTY '>; is vacation X. L. Wood- ;
Wed. Thurs.. Auff. 1, 2 for engineers in industry ,' on ams has joined the Bradford Hospital J larks Rtch place on Kingslt'yhis Just Set The Dial

DOU1SLE FEATURESHADOW AMAZINGcj snv ,mid not turn them out fast 1 I Becky Simpson at Gem Jewelry j Joan Scholl is Umver-i I *larns of Jax are renting the Easy Top loading
His wife and three children j working at ?/odel
enough to meet the needs. S arah: Hunter house this summer Eliminates Awkward
MAN will join him soon Alyce and sty Chevrolet in Gainesville .
& ihile Sarah and children are visLme Stooping
1T0TO f>r Forsman was introduced by i Bending
\\ ith Cesar Romero T H. Connell, who had charge of Bill Graham. Virginia and Junius ; If you get tired seeing Clyde vil : in Tampa Mr. Harris
Smith, and Dot and Bill Powell Sinclair the necktie ilv C-E i 5-Yeor Written
ANDTERROR ON U. S. 27 the program. 1 wearing same .orks for :McMillan: survey ,

are enjoying a Sunday to Thurs-! these days, just remember Andy and Dot Adkins and Warranty
CtERMONT, FLORIDA President G. L. Patten called
there's .
the Ockla- a reason Says his hJdren of Gainesville! will spend
STREET day fishing trip on c
attention to the d.nr.er: that will
tie collection (all but ) For little
one got os
at as
.' Adkins
waha River A August !
he held Sunday, Aug. 5. in the were joined j -
when he and the
I'liis Cartoon for KIthFri. r misplaced family I'mo'ed ingsley Bobbie and Buddy
new Prudential building in Jacksunville. on Sunday by Andy and Dot Ad- ; into their attractive
new (V W., Jr.1> Strickland have m >v- PER

., Sat. Aus3. I I0UMAMT" tn SHOT .. 'AUIoI honoring the Internation- kins of Gainesville home on Blanding Road, and he ehasn't d from X Walnut to their new WEEK
tl Pres.dent of Rot anHe
* urged Wonder if Mildred Doyle ever! been able to find them $1
norm.'E.Tnm * .1 ..trge attendance at this event. ] h ome in Saratoga Heightstie
I got the case of Kidney beans she I yet J Gene Xoegels have moved mD the AFTEI A SMALL

Man From Oklahoma left at Miami Beach? Seems ;, The BeecherV.. Payne family tl[ their new home at 742 S. We=!- DOWN PAYMENT
she won them at a recent BPW: he's the new principal at BHS) n icreland Sue and Gary Gar Ot TRACE
With Roy Rogers and "Trigger" SORRENTO RESTAURANTOn convention, but to back''I -
had come have purchased a home in Saran er are occupying a duplex aptt

,AN- U. S. Highway 301 1 1-2 Miles X. of Starke home without them because therewasnt !i' toga Heights Other recent a 202 X. Broadway, Joy and!

room in the car. Word Saratoga home-buyers are Eldon j c erald; Young are now in the

Artists and Models \Vill Close- received recently from Harley' Matthews the new bandmaster c;iark apartments on X. Walnut J. MCGRIFFGENERAL
I August 1st
IA'\\i. : Strong former Call St. jeweler, and Lennard Register. BHS football James H. Harold's new ad-
With Ik'anI.utln: & JerryPlih .
I Date who has been in Texas for the! coach The Wilbur Tom- i, d ress is 1302 \\'. Pratt .
. Opening
16th ,
:Serial" Chap. 7, Cartoon for past three year He's operat-1'I insons moved from "10 Thomas: Seems to be all for now ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

Kid I Ir : ing the Turf Time Shop. 2212 St to 734 N. Grand The J. H[ope to be with you a little more

= I A. TACCIA :Market St. Galveston and says L. Crensha l have changed addresses -j r
, -- j J "thIngs are great in the Lone from 310 :\. Walnut to'' Carolyn


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"' Mis. W. X. Johnson returned -
r r. Mrs Louise Kite .
is !spending : *h 'h i iitl-, .- .
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Funeral Rites Held n i.' \ fi aiU Br..fi"rll i .un'F: ., ulaU ,
ClI.\ II.E! <
\ J. \II'Y
recently from points in the the weekend w.th Dr, and MisR .I.i\- ("Uo'WlI *. 11 M: -- mliami ai ..1e.il .ft.. ..: I I( 'j.i.. ,
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Smokev Mountains of East Tennessee P Stubbins in Tallahassee For Mr. R. R. Crosby, ,i\\ .<,e.MaiK v mv... hand I-'I..r..I.and., h.-official::'Ut -'I"i.i at, "tli:1.111.t !- .Ih.I. !I'.Ii.1.4 !'.-..;. ":. .:.\ 1"r.1 i .:ntv FJ.I.i
where she visited relatives She will be I July, 1-: .'; :: \ Kll ull", Mai: Kttt I' "
accompanied by M.ss; I'FFICIVI. ": KAI.i ..
old friends ; Native Of Bradford (Uttu :al sral; ) diaries .\. Darby, : rnt \ I": 1 I""i..t-; : I"
and for a month Betty Jane ;Morgan who will visit As Clerk of said Court.

Mr. and :Mrs B. F Grimes and friends. Fy Marian I* t"rott x. 11..t} Clerk I' ,.. HI;Mil.t JIIIN
'ir-'i i : -I. .. .. .
Funeral |I.r "\ "ii- f ."
servues fm Ruby Ral- Zach H PouKla 5(15 >ei I P. "i 71' K'niil -'i; .'. -
*. L'nch .
son, Benny of Ocala were Sunday Mrs. H P.Io.e of Orlando BuilJ- i tin' ,s "rd.1:1 I \ ., 'h..j pii'ili" h.II1,1: ,hil! ;. .
: is; eigh 65-v inp, Ja 'k. nvIlle\ Fla. '. ; t h-1.1) t.x i I: .
Crosbv. ear-old of
native I Til i ,
nin'x I.rd .
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Mr, In-tr'i ti n. on >at .idiv. .Inlv "
visitors of
and Mrs. visiting her daughter. Mrs. G S. \! f..r I'll -T: 4t v ITMIIK 'he > "
l 1""iI. .
EI-I Bradford i'ii in the
County were held Sun- 11 ".lit* 11..r,1 .VI.-Int.-, 111I..1 II. >
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mer E Lewis and family. Xew comb, and while hoii-e at >'arki Fl-.ii.la. !..r the .
family of ills .
en- purpose ""11I1'"Ih
day at the Pine Level t: ID trriMitla : .
: Baptist 't tjle tolllltv' til, .
1..1..1! h .I 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. O H, Stevens of !route home from a'isit with hersister Clnuii \ "url. i>c..u..r.. muri .Illicit of sj| | lllltV f..r II. 1-
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I Church. \ >ar beginning .1 Itilv' 1 I. I''.. .... .
"d,. I.. t I..n.._ r.. ) .1 minis Jin. :I". 1"' .7. ul-.ih ',;...- .
Vero Be uh the weekend in Houston. Texas. -- siimntarized as follows'
spent .. .
Id'tb )1. '
.MT i'rosoy. a tarmer died or a HZllMUir. I'l.lItlff V .
.. i.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Filth and Mi' and Mis! C H Walteis I'rh.11I.Id, 111111.11': run 1111: "i-i-our v\n '1\1'1P.\11: ..
WilD aaugmer ana latmiy :.Mranj -Mr: and Mrs. Harold Johnson heart oziltlllll I'rfrrnl.lhl. ,. 01 "i iiom :
;I ailment earlv last Thursday. .. ,- ....- .Ih-IIIII.d 11.1'1"110"I
family spent Friday and Saturday and Mi and M'1 R O Walters: Mis R. E Lewis.Mr of Gainesville \isited his mother. !IA member of the Pine Level Baptist otlrr To Appear* v. 1"-111'" I .\. Smiritsi ;1.6fl.nl: )

at Orlando and Cypress Gardens of Jacksonville were Sun ay af ;Mrs W X. Johnson Monday af- T' rh.'i ":.ikir utrt..mh; <.*-r i l;. State unitiesc V.4.ifll "P
and Mrs. Joe '
Church he
the Countv
Maitmez Sr was son of the & Ii.-tn. tIi -.*
I r M i 'ni and .ttidr-- !' Ill'i:; VV. l S11 '")
ternoon guests: of Mr. and Mrs will visit Mr. and Mrs. Martinez; ternoon They recently returned late John F and Luvma Brown Tth Sir* ft K\t-: utJ\f fixiif-, uther :X.tn Ufvenae'Total ;: uFtderal

Mrs. J H Fields attended a E D Tenly. | : from Xashville. Tenn where Harold Whl" f"n. I'. 1'. --
Jr. in Jacksonville Saturday. Crosby. .\ntiiipated .. ..
y..., i. i. ..i > nntff'ii* ,";>. K. > II( : ," .."
family reunion at panassoffkeeer E. E Gunter of Brunswick Ga. Rev and Mrs. R. J. Thomason | finished school at Vanderbilt j Survivors include his wife. Effie uit f"r 1.I\.r..!" anil' I-tlor..t"n i'a-h falance Brginninf of YtarInvestments .'; 1

<*. the weekend.Mr Mr. and Mrs. H E Gunter and of Cold Spnngs Tenn wen University. Fxlmondson Crosby, five daugh has.>f been iiMiilcn filed name against In the '.,: IudI

and Mrs. Garland Hewitt family. Miss Betty Gunter and guests Sunday afternoon of Mrs. i Miss Elaine Crosby of Pompano ters. Mrs Kirby Callahan of Miami above named Court and you cau't and T..lal'ailahl... Ca-h and Kfteipt --'-\' -1' .

I. G Taylor of Jacksonville anlI Beach spent several this Mrs. William you are required to cerve a copy -- --
of Cono\ei X. C., were guests \\ N Johnson. days Shanley of 'of lulu I'miitisrd FiriiUiturr: ..:
your answer
I or pleading to the!
Tuesday of last week of Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. L.o'. Gunter and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman I week with her sister Mrs. Carl Green Cove Spnngs. Mrs. Lucian complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor'ney I Oneral Contml 1I.9 1\11

H Fields. family of Des Moines, la., were! spent last weekend with theirsoninlaw : Roberts and Mr. Roberts Conner. Mrv Faye Bateman and .::!'., Instruction :.IS.lS.1I:
!' : Alan VV.nt.i Ji ;;!I'- !U : Kl.ir Operation of Plant HS.000 00
Mr and Mrs, MV. Cressler 1: guests over the weekend of Mr. and daughter. Mr. and LAUIFS AM: ) rilILDRKN'3DRE.XS Elaine! Crosby of Staike: three i.la Till- 1lIlh: !.",: .I.i, k-.n\ill.,. "4.. Maintenan..e 11.000,11(1

returned home Wednesday of ]last : and Mrs. J. A. Christmas at a Mrs. Robeit Stefanelli, m Talla: ('Lf\H\XCt, StLE"l sons Vernon. Gerald and Ronald :and Florida file the original In 'he office of .:, FIxed,Vuxiliarygemie4 rharg !' fis 11.1.06,1).Srto O.I"

family reunion. : .\T ITMIN.Mr : all of Starke.; one brother. Rufus 7 Veteran ,.
neek from a two weeks vacation hassee. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on S. hool :;1I1I..i.>

m the Smokey Mountains and Little I 1'I Mr. and Mis. Charles Burton Mr. and Mrs. L. X. Pickeringand : :: and Mrs. Curtis Malone and M. Crosby of Starke; and one sis- ,nl Lrfun. flu. JTth Ifa"I .XtiK.i -. Capital I.ebtT.ti Outlay' "...A4IiI.hlf' ,,
195E n' "
; *therwi e the allegation of < 40.36!.< l
Switzerland X. C., an
: Ben Rowe Williams' cottage at Kingsley City ,confessed by you rrop.-ed Kvpenditureslltirt ;.., .: ,..,
Sam the weekend
visited their son. Billy at Ringold : Anderson. Mr. spent at the Thom This notice snail loti >ll Ga and Mrs. A. B. Baker and Mr. as camp in the Scrub Visiting Lake, They were :'omed the later, The Revs W. K. Hall and K DIngle each v eek tnr five put consecutive --7 -';,-Ol'-

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Waters of''. and Mrs Leslie Biggs. them on Sunday were Mr. and j part of the week bv Mr. and Mrs. "!: : officiated at services Sun- ;Telegraph.Kited weeks. In the Bradford County Total I'ropi.s.d K&pmditures and nt!
:Middle Village. X. Y.. are spend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Mrs. D L. Thomas and family. i Vic Fiees arvl family On Friday 'day, and interment was in Conner j thl' JNt ilav ..f .I.J.dI'.>'. 1l11l1.f'I': roit 111"11111"1' i A .. 1'1\11.., --- ---

dale and children I Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and j I evening Mrs. Malone and Mrs. Cemetery under direction of De- I' 1Oo'FiCIALL) Cnarles A. Dart) 1I..i"| ": .
ing two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday Clerk of the Circuit Court iash Ba'anurnrginnmg of Year '. \ -
\\itt C .44Commissions ''
1 and Mr. and Mrs. Randall j Frees were suipnsed at a joint Jones Funeral Home. By Marian K
A L. Crosby Sr. and family. at St Augustine Beach visiting family Crosby Deputy Clerk Taxesssrs>edTotal OJ:! lIiI
bit thday paitv.t Active pallbearers were E.* C. 7 74t 17la
Mr. and 1, ---
Mrs. Chitty.
C W White Jr,. _
Miss Barbara who Available fash and
Colley Turrmt
is Lewis Joe Earl Goodman Receipt" I. t77 '''I
who had been vacationing there Mrs. R J Davis is the guest t Mr. and Mrs A. E. 11i Kinney Starling. Ihf (Ir.-uil l'.,urt Of I'l.iriil.l.
nursing at Charity Hospital, New- I' for are spending several days with Leon Conner. O R. Crosby Klebth: Jiidnlal inult. In and 11'D.lilllr.: .. -. --
of her brother
several ,
days. and i .
Orleans was home for the week : F .r. llrailfwrd <'oun,'. 250 no
and Felix
end. i Mrs. Walter Arnold of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Tatum. at t his sister. Mrs, I. B Dinkins in ; Sapp In hnni'rr. ?*. I'avinent of RondInterest < 4.500 Oil
Little Svvitzeiland X. C, this Leesbutg. who is confined in a KVV. i I\V: :STItXTIPAX1': on Pond 375 Ort
was visiting Mrs, G MGoldwiie .\ Florida I'orimratlon& I'laintiff V*. -
: on Monday. w eek. ., hospital theie with a broken hip Mrs. J. Troy Lynn 'FLtutiMv IAIMH: I-HAH-AS,. Total Kxpenditurt 12500
I Mr. and :Mrs I. H Hazen and 11 al. In f..ndanl01(1)1 -- Tran-fer and Ke-trves 1,35200:
Mrs Xed Vancev and children,,1! LADIKS AM) niHJlKKV: Of Starke Dies In ;II OK 1"1111.11'\1111'\ VMIMIIK -- -

spent last week in South Flondaisiting I I>ltf>..S <'\K\MF.. sLKJAT family of Ja'ksom'ilIe'ele Sunclav K 'I'll1'1'1:.\It Total Expenditures ami Reserves .' 4ii.00 I
visitojs of Mi and Mrs. AE Till >TVTh .>K KI> IUIiT..: -
\' friends and lelatives.Mr :,, ST\Il's.: McICmneyMr Hospital At Tampa ...1.1"T.. S"1. ,i k a .1 lanit., T Tile nilII.ico Ievto In. levied on the -I'",". a-<-* -- '11 IN ,
Mrs Britt and Uav.of ;-; >iiTt r ami .l"linl: > Itat.1*. Trustee- ilui \lir ,..' .
ana Mrs. Leslie Sapp of; Ruby son e n .e-- \ i ''xnues f. r thts" Kudptfs f.- nar II' uh.. I
and Mrs. John Carwell of Mrs. Lav Elizabeth Lvnn of >f tin FI"I'\i ailio.id C"IIII.all\', .
in: >
Mrs. NitaijDval i |
I'dlatka. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lamar, Ocala were visiting .f tht' Matt. ..f Florida, .in.I tlituvui arSpeiial Tax S.II.M.I Distri. No.
Law lev have ; 1iounty Mill-
Johns Mr and Mrs. J M. High I at Kmgslev Lake last week moved into the McKmnev Staike. uho owned an,| operated <'t >-'.oiN. .iiiti a--IIII- Simon J. Heiieial S<.liooi Fund ._ MillsVMK,

and Mr and Mis. J. M Edwards Mis. Evvell L'lwson and son. duplex apartment on the Azilea: ] Motor Court with her Tt.-inpl uif. ,anil. i 'Xirali hailtv .I I VI T VV> milthi ooilKlljah -.. l>istrnt Biildinp and Bus Keservt Fund
] Oistriit Number 1 Interest and Sinking Fun.) 1 Vlillnilir
and daughters Gayle and Dianne. Jimmv returned home Thursday Washington St husband J Troy Lvnn Sr. died i Jaik,oli n I.. I'UKh: J. MTiulix fompleti. ili tailof I'h'h separate part of thr s<'jmaHzed ; ;
Rev W. S. :McAhlev visited Dr. July 19 ami MarK.. Truh>', hi- wife: i iiitorse al file ..
spent the weekend at Horseshoe after three weeks in Victoiia. in a Tampa hospital >ovi are mi and are a\.nlal.le for piiMn- n. ; 'non .01
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II rliffin a k a Oeorpe II. nfflie of the fount ..
and :Mrs M L ) SUII..l'int..nd..nt of I'u"'it111'11'11< tion a tli II'
Kokomoor and
on the Gulf, Texas, where they visitej Cpl Funeral services weie Saturdav i.iiffm.: a Ii/a Ceoige llntor I'lif- I' house. Slark.-. Kla. and will also he available for -uili publii.' IK.HI"," .
Mr and Mrs. FranKlin G. Lee and Mrs Jerry L'lwson and baby Mr and Mrs. Chailes McAliley in m Tampa at the primitive Hap- fin, iniliviiliially .ami a- -">lt> heir j get her uith all supportim; statemi.nte and inr..rlllali..n11 ".J. _" ,
Gainesville on Monday.Mis 'at law..r A Mif eritie> I'liffin. ]personsare i orilialK' inxitid I.. |,:irti. i|.:it*. in Pli ]iubli.' h...utniliniss ., "
of Lake Mary spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Cha I lie Mundyand tist Church a, k /a Addie l>e.sue linffin. a/ k a.Addle th.. -.10..1 i, i ,PI..KI .,." ,,",1| I 1'\1.1,11 t f..r 11!, .I\ t..i. tin" ..ct
visiting Bev and Mrs. Grady son, Murnle. of Ware Shoals. H W Turner and two Mrs. L> nn. 67, was a native of K lt->ln". if ,ili\e. and the. unknoun fi-ial > :n .
| children of Statesboro. Gi f fGlenv "I''U| -'' of taili of tht in. ifalive 1I\loF..I/I: |: i nii, ; ; ii "11'i; i ""I'i in1 ; II"\
are and been T '
Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Bradley and| | S C,. are spending this week with ille, Ga. had ami if anv of them be tlf.nl. 1 11 i I"* \i 1..: 1.1' '. 'I ,
family have moved from MisV. B. Mundy. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H McDonald resilient of Tampa She had le- tu the unknown; !-poii-e. hende-
RedgraveSt this ,. Ivl-etv.i Kranteelegate* -. a--IKIIet.-. ,
tn Road tOO smith nf 5tallcp, Jean Munrty and Pamela Fay week sided at me Azalea ..MUIUI \ >un ,<'n tutors ami other -- ---- ---
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON !I Mrs. Carl] Sapp. Mrs. J. B. f Lavson who are attendingthe Maitha Van Landmoham. who for the past four jears. umler or dKain-t ..adl amievery
j of the above named
I' Sapp Mrs. W B. Mundy and I Baptist Assembly Camp m Tampa is emploved in Tallaha..see.'a!' Besides her husband. Mrs. Lvnnis who are ilt.t-a-til; to the 1.-Flomla Announcing. .

about this question i i Mrs Charlie Mundy \isited Cy- this summer were home for the home' for the weekend. survived by five sons ThetusW Ilailroail Companv of the State of
1'lorida.; Flt>rida liailroad ,
press and Bok Tower on Monday, weekend with their families.Mrs. Lynn Winton L Lvnn and Florida I-in.I and lininiKr.il 1''IIII"ny. '..111-

I'm building a new home. E W Dustin of Atlantic City,, M. W. Lance and daugh Final Services Held Dr. D Lament Lynn all of Tam[ iany ijnj of and Florida, and The Floiula N. L. \VoodburnJeweler

]\ly neighbor tells me to get X. J. who resided here the past! ter. Babs. spent last week with For Albert pa. J. Troy Lynn Jr of Braden' anll their Immigration unknown MKievMH-l'oinian\...

Homeowners insurance on it I six years until he moved to XewJeisev Mrs. Lame's son-m-law and Starling, ton, and Mills B Lynn of Charles: tru tfe,;. khnlderv< and oth>'i I' and WatchMaker

immediately. He says it will m January is visiting Mr. dauhtt'r.Ir./ and Mrs. Billy Resident Of Lawtey ton. W'a two daughters Mrs.; !them.claimants Hie hy.reMdem, thrniiEh and aildn1"f(II' undei

ro\er all damage including and Mis, M. F_ Hazen. Burbank Jr. and new baby son Elbeit C Wince ana M" '. Jesse; >-iil per-ons and the imniipal pl.n .'

vandalism and glass breakage Mrs. Cljde Tiea
also theft from the ,1 Sawyer Rock of Ridgeland, S. C.. Beach. ;Starling for 45 years a resident t Her mother. Mrs. J. W. Stan pre-i; NOW AT
several last week J. G. Pntchett and i of of Bristol Ga five sisters.t |teroni laimine an\
spent days Mr. and Mrs Lawtev were held! Saturday field :. rich t"Io. litn .
mis>es, and liability insurance ; "i .ntere-t in > r
,I' with Mr. and Mrs. H A. Law- ('hildren and Mr. and Mrs. Paul i in the Kmgslev Lake Baptist t Mrs. R B Jones of Reidsville Ga., to the f..l"winll'( denl..-d pr.'I'HUituate '

if someone gets hurt. Does son. Jones and family of Albany Ga, i Church Interment was in Kings- Mis. J. Elliott Bolton of Tampa, da.'- in IJra..flor'Ullt>', Fl"u-
( to-wit :
jour agency handle Home0 1 I Mr. and Mis. V V Hazen and are spending this week at the ]ley Lake CemeteivMr Mrs. Albert! Deal] of Bristol."" ,' Tipanels of land in flit. THE GEM JEWELRY
\\ ners Policies? :N.-ith''"-t i family were vacationing last week Slade guest house on Kingsley Stalling. 53. died July 19> Mrs Walter Bennett of Millegeille. Quarter of *>e
,' at Santa Fe Lake. Lake. I IMr following a lengthy illness. Although \' Ga. and Mrs Spencer Wigf b South. Kante 22 Kasl. in Hit. Mr. Woodburn ian Experienced Factory

Mrs. Annie Hollingswoi has and Mrs Roy Wingate of 1 a native of Plant City gins Brunswick: Ga j I i I'lty Florid of Starke and Bradford I'OIIIIM
Charley E. Johns returned from ten days visit with Jacksonville were weekend guests i moved to Lawtey early m life. He Six biothers. Jesse and Rufus i, de <'rihtd as follows more : Iartio-ularl Trained Watch Maker and (;Guarantees

her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Tjler Jones. was a member of the Highland I Stanfield of Bristol. Gi.. Rev 1 |j j t-nt TAUCKL... ....nimen.1 : For.<> at point the of :North-refer1 Work

I James Holhngsvvotth in Laurens LADIF.S AMI: nilUHlKN: 1 1CLKARVM'F. Baptist Chuich Adolph Stanfield of Patterson. I] wc-t Corner of -ani; N'orthweti Repair

& Son Agency S CMis. I UlttS-:; : SXLK He is suivived by his wife Mrs. Ga. Jima H Stanfield and Theron':i Quarter afore-anl of Set Soutliea-t lion 21 Quaiter and ol

Frank Hoover spent several AT STI'\U'S: Thelma Stalling; his mother Mis, 1! Ptanfield. both of Brunswick andii i]I tlienre South line 1'egrfe :run lIul.IIIt'.n FREE ESTIMATES OX ALL REPAIR WORK OXAXY

days last week at St Augustine Mr. and Mis, Owen Vaughn had :I Ias Xett e Starling of Heilbronn; a i Prentis Stanfield. Marietta, Ga, l,, "\.. III IRllt t'SI'.t- along
the \ >
\ stfrl
> boun.iarv theieof
Phone 13 Starke, Fla. < Beach with her niece, Miss weekend guests Mrs. W. V daughter. Mis Jeanette Hamilton i,10,: grandchildien and two gieat- : lll-taiUf of 111 feet to the .tlltt a- MAKE WATCH

Edna Wallace Green Jr and Mr and Mrs. Pete of Law ley, a son Kenneth Starling grandchildren. rime of a ditt'h for point of bt.-

Mr and :Mrs Jimmy Rowe Smith of Ralei h. X, C 1 1 of Staike; three sisters, :Mrs HinK Xininnfr tbuiletiibfd From. point of.t.ntiniit begin.

spent the first of the week at Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pollock I Iand Leona: Crawford of Lawtev and! Keystone Resident'sFather South\ 1 decree and 17 nunutx.V Liberal Trade-In On All New Watches

Daytona Reach. daughter Debra .Ann and' :Miss Loiena Starling and Miss \"'-t a aloneaid divtam t. of V.VV-tt-rl 4T. f 111>' boiimlai I.. an-

Linda Stevens of Jacksonville Mrs. Ester Johnson of Plant City Louise Starling of Heilbronn, and' Dies July 18 irontake; inn thtnn. South S".
Mrs. 1 1W five: brothers Joe and Brooks ilegrefs and :2'' ininiiifKat a
visitois of ,
FLORIDATHEATRE visiting her grandparents: Mr. were Tuesday di-taine' IIf H42I feet to an iron GEM JEWELRY
and Mrs. L. D. Green for severalweeks H Struth and daughter Kate. 5 Starling of Jacksonville, Lonzo i James Luther Oglesbv' of Sanford .1, -lake on tin' Westerly boundaijof '

visited her !Stalling of Heilbionn, Percy fathei ofLauienceT. Ogles- the right of wa> ot :M.H.
Mrs. Orie'iggins Kond :Vuniber ', .
'". al-o known .i
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Mis, Alue Middleton of Iiddle- i sister. -Mrs- jonn- .Mojer, m- .Idle"--- Stalling of Ocala. and Wilmont: by of Keystone Heights died July Temple Avenue, run them e \.rtl. I'HONE 170

ton Tenn. was the weekend guest: sonville Wednesday afternoon Starling of Lawtey.: and one 18. following a lengthy illness. A la-t 17 ihfrreo.afor..,aid 1'fi minutes\\...-t..rl>F.t. Ixiumlart al.n*, J 109!) E Call Si. Starke. I'la

of :Mr. and Mis Lacy SiUoxMr I Mrs. Willard Wynn and child- granddaughter. Glenda Ann Starling retired farmer he was 69 i a di-laiue of 1KII feet to tht. mi_ .

C. C. Wynn of Staike. Funeral services were held at teiline of afore-aid diti'h. inn
and Mrs. A. S Michael and len and Mr. and Mrs them'f Xorth 71 degrttanil |I'

SAT", JULY 28 ONLY children of Saluda. X. C. were spent Sunday in Jacksonville Rev. E C Harvey of the High- graveside in Lakeview Cemetery niinulVVel al.uiKaid -111.1

land Baptist Church officiated at; at Sanford July 20 with Rev line a di-tame of ::116; fttt t
I last Fndav visitors of Mis. W. \'isltingMr.. and Mis. A, F Wynn. point of ,
beginning KM '
lIi! (; DOUBLE FEATURE G. Haile Sr.Mrs. Gwen and Diane Wynn remained I sen-ices Saturday. Key-McCabe E, L. Draw)' of f u lating. DeWitt j portion thtreof h'ing within ept, i II.! \

J. D, Smith and daughter with their uncle and aunt the A. : Funeral Home of Jacksonville; :C. Jones Funeral] Home of Starke road ripht or of -trect"wax' of. aii>' !P ...1. I

BROKEN LANCE Carol of Tampa are spending F Wynns and family for a weeks i was in charge. ,II was in charge. )'-\P.CEI.. S: For point of nr.-

With this week with her mother. I i Pallbearers were Bill Pendarvis Besides his son in Keystone Mr. em f. oimneiiit al the :N'orthutCorner .'
Spencer Tracy visit. of "ai"orlhl.: .
: Mrs. Laura Tison. Mrs Steve Weldon. son. Steve Dutch Hailey Claude Rowe Jake; Oglesby.. is survived by two Quarter of Soutli. .i ,:'

ANDTHEY Mrs, C C Mendoza of Jacksonville and daughter Maitha, will visit Wilkinson. Buddy Wilkinson and| daughters and three sister Quarter of ifore-aid s" '
lion 21 and run thence South I Iilegne
was xisitmg her mother Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Patrick Heibert Harley. i and 17 minutes A\i-t

ALL Mrs. T J. Guff in, Wednesday in Sneeds on Saturday and Sundav Norman Infant Dies alnns:: the Wl"sltrly boundai\
thereof a diMame of R32: feet t..
KISSED THE BRIDE Mrs. Mernll Edwards and children Maitha will remain with her CARD OK TIIANhS point of beginning. From point

visited Mrs. James Kinchen biother-m-law and sister for two Funeral services for the infantdaughter of beginning thus de-i'ribed run
1 We wish to "uth S" di *
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express our deepest prees and 2 niinul. -
With Roland Young and Billy in Jacksonville: on Tuesday. weeks visit I I appreciation for the beautiful : of Mr, and ;Mrs. MarkleeXorman Ka-t: a distame of 14427 feet t..

Burke Mr. and Mrs. J. B Dansby and Mrs. Riley Wasdm and daugh-1'I j of Hampton were held I thf VMeily.. boundar of tht.
flowers, messages of condolence right .f'a of State p'nad1111I-
family of Perry spent Sunday : ter. Linda and Mrs. Leola Roberts I :from the graveside in Prevail t bit :200 also known as T..III I''.'
other kindness
and acts of and
Plus "Plea.sed:; to Eat Ya" Car- with :Mr and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and son, Perman spent'i I Cemetery near Staike last Fndav. j Avenue; run then e South 17 d>.-

toon and Chap. Xo. 12 "Panth- famn)'. Monday and Tut'sdayith Mrs.Oladvs i sympathy. The during our of bereavement R.'j The Xorman infant died in a prees\\esterlv:26 minulf's"t boundarv a di-tame along said of
family Ruby
er Girl" Gloria Jean and Theresa Xio- : Wasdm and children in : Gainesville; hospital Thursday. Besides 71 f"el'run; thfme South XI: depi -
Crosb '. er21 minlll..5't'lit
) a distame
hols of Palatka this : her parents she is survived
are spending Patterson, Ga. "f 30 feet run th..n.1'orlh- 2J::
IRS. GEORGE K.U'F.UXNXSunday week with their uncle and aunt Mis T G. Ritch and sons, were 1 by two sisters Cheryl Elaine and] degrees --Ii minutes \v-.--1 a li-- PLUS
CARD OF TIIVXK* tame of ,
t; run theme South'
j and Mrs. D. A. Mullis. I'I'Ir. overnight guests Monday of Dr :Shirley Darlene Xorman, ," degree-: minutes" East a diI.IIKt -- '

Monday Tuesday Mrs. Inez Hamilton is home of 371 feet to point of 1 bf- ,
I and Mrs. R. T Sharr m Jacksonville We wish to expiess our sin- ginning Keptme: therefromam The New Do-It.Yourself
from St Vincent's hospital where reie thanks to all who were so Smith Infant Dies portion thereof ling within

July 29 30. 31 she underwent an operation last Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Strick kind to ius during the recent illness loador the Kight stieitI of Uay". uf an)' graded FASHION HIT

week land Jr of Kmgslev Lake have and death of our beloved I Intei ment of an infant daugh-1; 1'oil and ..a"h ofoiir are heit

Mr. and Mrs. J I. Ogden of moved to the Sauls cottage at husband. father. grandfather.I ler of Mr and Mr--. Hayden T j jf be Joy''n notified filed that a Complaint ha- ;3-I'air-In-One; Snap-0n-and-0ff
Row TAYLOR | in thf I'm Hit f..nrf of
Pompano Beach were dinner 614 Lake St. brother Every word and deed of f :Smith of Live Oak was made Friday :I.radford: rnnnty. Florida in 'nan-

RtCIllD TODD guests Sunday and Tuesday of Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta kindness will never be forgotten, li in Crosby Lake Cemelery. Theinfant a nrv.Florida bv' Kavo<'..IPCration ln\e"trnent (*ompan\'. EARRINGS .

Dm mmESMOND ]last week of Mr. and Mrs. E. is spending a week with her ,, -- The Haislop family. :' died in a local hospital !''and' all'ain't'U and eat'a-h of I'laintiff\ "" .i_

Dow ling at Kingsley LakeChiropractic. J'I daughter Mrs, H M. Hatcher Mr. and Mrs. Smith were \a- 'defendantthat the nature ofaid
-nit Ito iiuiet and .
O'BRIEN II tr.. .. and familv. at Camo Blanding. DOM.K CLEVNKRS I'rationing near Slarke He is the ol plaintiff Kayo Investment lonfnm the< ml.".mpanv. -

1- Friends of John Aithur Reddish VU'ATIOX CLOM.VJ: ]'brother of X M. Smith local Seaboard a Florida Corporation. t.. Ihtabove .
I 1 disirihed lands rf f,.,.
Railroad af
I will regret to hear he came agent. -imple title; and vou are reqmri' to Total $6 Value
Xotice us to the publicthat IM V B B BM B
given anderxe
appear a of
down with on Wednesday.Miss i upv jour an-
.\gain is praiswl by a prominent mumps the plant and office of Doyle ':]ration of thi. notice, the fictitious.,sn f.r or pleading mi riaintiff-1-
JoAnn Slade leturned name of Starke Auto Sales under ,tornev A. J. ThomaJr ho-e .nl AH For The Amazingly
MH-dicjil authority.Dr. home Saturday after a month in, The Cleaners on W Call St. will 1 i\\ hi. h I am rngaecd: in l.u In"'s'U I-e Forest Tatter New be closed nom Monday, Aug. 6. jathiough 52 South Walnut St' Starke, Fla. Starkt Florida and to file Hie i '
Cuba She joined her family the l E, R. O. "ginal of
York. .SfMHialist in Hammond. P. Box 1107 I your an-wer or pleading in Low Price Of
orthopetlirs.stat .
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Saturdav Aug 11. for Starke. tlle off
T H Slades Sr. in Asheville. X sole owner ,i' e of the under-IK"If I Cl.'k
I .". "after practicing m"ili- annual vacations. ( Adv i I 1'att-il th- 27th tidY of Julv, AH 'of <*iri'uit Court on Augu-t .'7, :'i .t,
-- I tine for 15 jear> and spinal I C. on Wednesday. ]1"r ">S .it Markliradfurd County, 'otherwise the allegation- -<. 01 1
orthopedics for 10, I ani daily Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thompson ,,1VOIICKTC Florida. 'Complaint will be taken as .'onft--_
Plus "Boo Kind to AnimaL"Cartoon. i 7 27 4t 8 '17 'I'd bv "on
1 tonKIifd at the remedial powers I of Tulsa. Okla, are spending a : AITK\n IT" VTRTHER: omiKKKn: 11.. $ 00

: of Chiropractic as a cure week with his brother and family .Ia rirrutt Court, llradford Canal?, In Circuit Court, Itradford Covnly,, 'this Order <>f i'uMuatmn anil s _
i Florid: In Chancery.J Florida: In Ikanrerr. ,tite lie forthwith published "nea .
MRS. LOWELL MATHEWS fur diseases. I Mr and Mrs. W B Thompson ""'ph VV.-1". I'lamtiff v J. all,' l'ald".11hxantl..r.. Hamtiff H," < h week for four < ..n-... um.ueeks 1 ..
Mrs. Bertha Pearce is spending W."i". ,..f< ml.ml 'iF.olllc.j j'ne t J. AIr\antlt-r. -ft-ni1ant in the Bradford ('ount Tt I.I I.- Plus
This prominent doctor knout < :\... 10-17" I' '.1.\: 10-1';' I graph a duly qualified newspap. I' Tax-
experience( and observation i several davs with her sister Mrs. :Nvlli-r la _tpprar Order of robllratlon and \oflre to, published in said <'ountV1T.VK > .

Wedne>day, Thursday, Friday i that the (.luroprat.tor in removing I G V. Phill.ps: in Lake Cit .. Another T'. .Tra'i VV :-- \\ hi'T*-, ..<..11.,,- ,i- iiknoun Kranif-. .\I.anl..r. whose r".i-idnn seal at Starke. Eradfnrd Count \'
Aug 1 2. 3 nerve pn-ssure* along the sister Mrs. T J Thomas You are hereby notified that a .- ami a'ldr<.-- i- 111 Iiliantr i K1"It IhlS Julv 21. 1906. ;
spine( restores normal fun<.lion I will: meet her in Lake City and suit for divorce > .-. -t. U .iistnii-:,.ili mnith: raiiilina (OFFICIAL SEAL) Six Piece*. Of

to ea<'h organ of the hlld l.Not l\. I has been filed against you in ;!le OMKI.KS A. UAP.BY.
she will accompany ::Mrs Thomas above named Court and caus and |' You are required to appear on i rierk of I'r. uit fuurt ..f lirad': ..: J Jewelry For The

mh' do (< to Valdosta for several days visit you are required to serve a copy of 27th Aueu't. I l'b. in thr aliov,- Count} Florida. :, Price Of One
< hiropra tors :
< ; lanifil '
I }our answer or pleading to the Cuurt and iati-e, whrrnn i Bv .Maraii; L 'r-I.\ I'l-prv' ik I.I
correct many MI railed "incur Ralph Livingston of Washington ;complaint on the Plaintiff.. plaintiff. *...fk>- di"rI .-. I i : .; 4t I i- |
able spent several days this week ,i .\tt..m. t III' i 1.11,1".1': 1I1.x i I i Bradford County Telegraph fhall !,
rasrs" but provide a greater J'i4' .a.m-villt.. Fluiida publish this Order in next four'wf..kty In Ihr < ir,'uit I "url of the K.iichlli Each Ear-King1 Package ( 'onsists -
degree of health thus providing with Mr. and Mrs. C H, Quick and file the Issues. ."..lh'lal I Irruit of I
original m tne office Florida la
and i
DAVIC "abundant Ih inCun.ult ,;." Mr. and Mrs. William Xorris .if the Clerk, of the Circuit Court OH : Witness my hand and official i fur ftrndfurd tountt : 'I Of A (;'olden IJorder Ba't..
MVEN 'or Before the f.il J at Wednesday to of day ,.f July, 19 iS. i i Interchangeable: Pairo.:
spent Friday .'7 .l.n f .\I/-t. !,:.,;; IV: HE'I1".n! | ..f Char!-- M K i I
In : j our Chiropractor last week in Ocala: visiting relat-l{*otherwiiie the allegations of said (OFFICIAL Charles SEAL A Partv.) lev. Ciut. ndn..r t hildMI1K Of Snap-On Colors,

: a : tooa ..-.. in's. j i Complaint! by you.will be taken as conifesced As Clerk cf said Court ,The State of Florida K: IIIM T"I If
By Marian L.
: ."-." I In Starke ifs tho Mr. and Mrs. Adair Robinson )once This each notice week fkall for four be con published ecutlve rhan II.- =.Crosby.2040Guaranty:; Deputy Clerk Life i Carolina Israel Pntt Jt. >-enifr-' :'\.rh: I Supply Limited Last Shipment At This
l.u.ld .
two daughters of Anmston .1 : : k-.n\ill*, FlaAltv
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC and .. ..klt In the Bradford You arherl! _
County Tele- >\ notified
that i >! New
> f..r i'lf 7 JT! 4t S Low Price.
thebe. Ala are spend.ng; ten days with'Mr I'.1t..1 this "'. .lax "f J.JY.! I'-Ji. I i; ous Kirks"> and Ella Mae Kirk t.his .-.' Hurry Get Yours To-

and Mrs. C R. Oakes, i l'Juamta '(OFFICIAL.Clerk SEAL of)the Charles A. Darby In Clrrnit ("oart. Bradford Ceuntf, .petition wife,to hare adopt filed their amended day At.
I Circuit Court Florida; la ('haarrry. Charles McKlnley .
Y : CLINICS and L H Harper. Bar- !By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk T.i.-a le Jone I'lamtiff. ve. ciarentc Britt infant born November 4. 1951

; 1Ymo TECHNICOLOR bara and Gerald Gnffts. Ann and I 7 J7 4: S 17 JontDefendant.. tause in the, m above vh.rh you named and Couri and
,, Helen
... .. .. ... .......... Blacks Xorth of Post Office John Green and Bobby Sapp were I ..nTICF. OF I\TKNTIO% TO :: Order Of PnUiraflon! rase'n And: 10-169'< are defendant and vou are here-Britt
.Notice To
In Starke nfGI'iTfn11'11'1015 > ,ME i, .Apprar l.v required to be and appear in
skating at The Rink m Gainesville ; late of Florida To
Plus "Assault and Flatter)"" Xotlre- i!' herety given that the 1 I riareme Joncwho said Court and cause on August "' .
Tuesday evening undersigned under the e rt-sidenc- l'jfi. and to sho* ('ause .
Cartoon Modern Methods provisions and addrr,s i I'nknuwn why "" hold"pII..n
Lady of Chapter 20.551. Laws of Florida should not be ,
Mrs. i I Tour are grantedi
Rep and Doyle Conner r required to
Assistant Acts of 1941. will appear on 1 i i This notice shall be
Steam Baths register with the ,iITth: Aue. 1956. the published;
in above
. are In Tallahassee this week on Clerk of the Circuit Court In and i I I'Court and namtri orce each week for next four con-
cause wherein '
Iror Bradford County. State of plaintiff business. Flori : serks d.vorce 'I cf the Bradjffrd -
, da, LPOU: rt<*ipt cf p* of of publi-i Bradford County Telegraph shall 'j'Qualified(" .unty Tflegraph. A dulv
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_nmu nun_ JULY_ __ 2.. 19i6: BRADFORD
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Miss !I ".sy x"'. 2CO o f..r rnt; of Uesinj j; To: rtosemarie! Salter whose rest- :Notice To AppearTo James TYomack. Defendant. j j graph. '.'
; at theIan'in Failes were I n.-.it: tln-n-e run \\Y-u'ry! along ov.ml lenc and address is: Adams Wisconsin. : RIt-e Burleson. whose reildennj Case Xo. 10-167SI I at..l 1.-: 1? d-.v f Jjv.: '> I
I Charlotte :\[iIls.ILg Carolyn North rifrht-of-xvay! !line! a I and address islloute: 1, :X tIce To Appear I j (Official Seal) Char: A. Darby.
.ll-t.f, 1ftit: 1.-,.? : thence r'in ,I 'Loll are hereby notified that a suit IN .11' Crt--k. Alabama.! I To: James \Vomack nhose residence Clerk of the r'rcuit Court
HAMPTON Hestt'r.liss, Hester's mother HIGHLAND X"rth"rand! at right anplrs toiniil for divorce You are hereby notified that a and address i is1 Unknown.You Py MirUn: L. C-o-<' v, n- puty Clerk. ,
Mrs. Ada Turpin all of Rome. :North rtpht-of-xvav! line a ]t las been filed against you In the suit for divorce care. custody, are hereby notified that a : 7 2) 4: '
Ga. ho ili'-t.in.-p of n YO feet: theiue run |18 ibove named Court and cause and and support of minor children suit for divorce
By Sirs. D. E. Hill xx were vacationing lly :\1 n. Lacy >ornmn Ka -tfrlv: and parallE'l.to) said i)on are required to serve a copy of has been filed against you in the I has been filed against you In the
Spring Lake Keystone Heights.B. I North right-of-way ,Jine a tame of JftS9 feet to the Ea.t C1..llniarv omplaint on the Plaintiff! Attorney and you are required! to serve a 'and you are required to serve a
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Y. of Hampton Ralph Roberts %02: Professional
of said W ? 4 "I' S\V, copy of your answer or pleading to copy of your answer or pleading to
his son H. V. Saxon of Pompanoleft Nurman is ..r S\V'i aforesaid thence run | Building, Jacksonville 2, Fla., the complaint on the Plaintiffs the complaint on the Plaintiffs FRIGIDAIRE
( Vmith At Rally Mrs. Beedie spending I
S'.utliTly along said East hounda ,a nd file the original in the officeif I Attorney Ralph Roberts. :202( Professional i Attorney J. D.'i.ald! Ciibson. 1M" ,
\\ in Allfiid.iiH-e llaniu-r i last week for Salt Lake City, a few days with the Dock y line a distance of 300 feet 10, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Bldg.. Jacksonville 2. Smith" Emlding.! Jk n\ilc C,
19 20 Utah. Mr. Saxon's daughter. Mrs.E. Normans Jacksonville.Mr. t." the point of beginning.ansi I J1 If before the 6 day of August. Florida. t Florida TilE] BEST-KNOWN
Thursday evening July near that said petition thai! he t 1956; otherwise the allegations of I and file the original In the office of ; and file the original in the office! of
people from Hampton Christian. C. Morris of Pompano is visiting anJ Mrs. Gen: Crews of l.t-arrt by the Honorable C.-o. I,. aid Complaint will be taken as the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or the Clerk: of the Circuit Court on or NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
of said1 onfessed by :you. before the !') day of August. 1956 before the -0 day of A'isJ--t. 19.: *!.
attended the North Florida with Mrs. B. Y. Saxon in the weekend with I'.utvn one of the Judges ; > ;
Church Tampa spent Court in the Circuit Judges' Of f ice. I This notice shall be published I j otherwise the allegations of said otherwise the allegations of said
Christian Youth Rally at Or- Hampton. Mr. Crews' sister, Miss Maggie Bradford County, I urthuuse 10i >nee each week for four consecutive ] Complaint will be taken as confessed Complaint will be taken as confessed RANGESWATER
Lake Christian Church. Mrs. Marklee Norman was taken Crews. i' Ptarke" Florida onAiiBU.t \Vdne-dav..I reeks in the Bradford County Tele-i by you. by you.
rrauh. HEATERS
ange !>:>,;. at :2:,.i 0 o'clock P.M. ( : This notice shall be published once ;; This notice shall be published! once
The Hampton group brought to Alac-hua County Hospitalin The Brown Austin family returned July Id. ] IG.: Official Dated this eal 2 day of July, 1956. I each week for four consecutive i each week for four consecutive AIR CONDITIONERS
the Gainesville last for y' THEROX: .\. YAWN: : Ie ) A. Darby I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I, weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
the showing Thursday
home Banner .
home Saturday after Cuardian ..f the lVrn and Clerk of the Circuit Court !iy graph. ; WASHERS: & DRYERS
greatest gain of the groups in treatment. She returned home i spending a week at Daytona Property of :M. rt.'ti F. Clark Marian L. Crosby. Denutv 7/6 U Clerk I l'.it.-.l thi Ii .lay of ..1.1 h', 1535. [
attendance at the rallies. A Saturday.Mr. I in.M'niin-teiit. I 7/.11 (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby ,
Get The Best For Less
Beach with Mr. Austin's T II 4tS ? Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,ir.v EVERYTHING; IN
meeting is held each month at and Mrs.V.. W. Hammond !! and Mrs. Charles Starlingand :\OTi'F 10 .\.rvitun :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i

one of the churches of the par- and daughter, Willow spent Sunday i daughter visited in Sanford :\O1IVI HI APPKtll I Circuit: In Court Chunrrry.. Itradford Cuontj."lorlda II 7.,2O 4t s.ioOMCI TILEAlso I AtSmith's

ticipating groups. at Crystal Lake with the last weekend. i ii In Circuit Court, llratlford County,. Ji Mary G. Mecca Plaintiff! vs. Paul :\ : TO ArmmIn
I'rrvmals John Hammonds. Both familieswere I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis i : n.irliln I....' In\(Vlnt.PUintiff'bancert.Mary vs. | j Mecca Defendant. Case No. 10-1637: ( Iri-uil Court, llrudli'rd. (Count, Garage

Mr. and Mrs. Jo'ranc Masters supper guests of the Char- j and baby of Jacksonville were I Ii ,i Samuel White, D..l'I nI.1 101667'.Notice / 'i iCa.e >,...Ire To Apnear .rlurlil.i In iuru-.f rhanirrr..T..iiiftte .-nki'i,<:. Pl.iii.tiff i' ,
of Jacksonville were weekend lence Sampsons on Lake Geneva j X.i. To Paul M cca. whose residence! i J" XX". Jenkinc. If.. mlant. !
i weekend guests of the Albert : 1'.. Appear I 1a md address is: ISO East Laiaar \v >* ph' FRIG II) A IRE
guests in Hampton with Mr. and Sunday night. i Normans. T.,: !'.tl1lll.1 1 "'hit.'. ,\ h,)-,' nsi'tltnii i I- g treet; Sherman Texas. I Case No. 101674Entire rilE-CAST
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isjsrsrTo Sales and Service
: and adilr'" > I'nkn.iuii. j
Mrs. Arnold Haddock. Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and Come out and worship with us You are hereby notlfieir tnat at i Yon cult are for hereitv divorcelas notified that a I : Joseph' : Jenkin" whose CEMENT STEPS -
1 I ii"idt IHIanil .addrvs I'nkiionn]
Miss Linda Brookins of Hamp- children spent Sunday in Max- next Sunday. Our church is the suit for divorce, "lItO.Ian.1 ',"8'1 m been rnea usainst you tn the I You are hereby notified that a We Ser ice All Makes of
| trol of minor cliildit-u! ha' l f | ;
ton was visitor in the home of' yule with her parents. Mr. and little old country church by the filed against you the above named ibove are named required Court to serve and cause a ropy and of I Irou I j suit for divon-e and toration i JUDD TILE CO. r.li'ctrical: Appliances
of ir.aidt-n j
Miss Linda Sheppard in Jacksonville Mrs. C.1.. Greene. Mrs. Slade road. Court and cause and you are reI I y our answer or pleading to the I'|has, been filed name against In the'' COG X. Temple Ave.
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qulred to lerve a copy of your ans'i'r complaint *'. Lafayette St.
no the Plaint!
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and sons attended a birthday or pleading to the complaint' above named Court and cause and

Russ and son, Dean, of Melbourne 1 party for Linda and Pamela Sue ,,...,......,...,.... ...... on Th.I'the I ''Plaintiffs n .\. Yaun.Attorney.l-! P. 0. '. Clark Attorney Building William, Jacksonville IJ. Morgan 507 2, i!;.your jou are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy comjplamt of- Phone 213-J;; I'lIO.NE l OWE

were weekend visitors in Mosley. I ln.inrr T''l. Starkf. Klorid.i I Florida I on the Plaintiff's Attorney ,
;md fire the original In the office of TaenzltT Maddux. 109 Law:
aiid file : \- |
the original in the office of
the home of Mrs. Russ's parents i]I Seven Junior toys from Hampton CLAY HILL the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or \ '.he Clerk of the Circuit Court on ] ( ham lluildiiiir.: Ja.I,>..rll.llc :. i
Rev. and Mrs. Orville Urookins, Baptist Church and their In-fore the I :jr before the Florida
1 Ihl.f August. !>".'i;: 6 day of August, 1356; 1 1atherwise land file the original in the nffire of i
Edwin Russ of Apopka spent last Training Union class teacher. I the alligations of ealCComolaint CONTRACT FOR
[otherwise the allegations of saIdCOIflI3.iflt the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
1IrIr't.: J. l_ StritKUndtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I( will le taken as confess- I'
Saturday night at the Brookins Clarence Cooper went on an outing will be taken as confessed before the
''I by you. :!d by you 20 il.iy of August. lrf;
home. j Monday. They toured the This notice shall t>.e published! ThIs notice shall be published I I otherwise the allegations of saiil, ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
'once each week for four once each week for four ronkectitiv Complaint uill be taken
Mrs. Horace of visit- consecutive as CullI -
May Highland
Hamptonwas Humphreys plant Mrs. Fred has weeks 'weeks in the Bradford County Tele- i IWSIXESSXU RESIDENTIAL
Lang returned I {, In the Bradford County Tele- I teased oy you. i ij !
taken to Bradford County ed the roadside zoo near Lawtey.a 1 graph. r t>h This notice shall iir published
I home from Baptist Memorial 1' Dated this 3 day of July, 1336.OFFICIAL. REPAIRS REMODELING: JALOUSIE TORCHES
Hospital Thursday of last week fire tower and radio station. | 1'atc.l I hi! 11 div of .J II h'. lt-t! once ..H'h'eO'k for four c-onv--utiv>
Hospital in Jacksonville but has ii: (OKFU'lALi SEAL.) Charles A. Dar> I( SEAL* Charles A. uaroj' I weeks. in the ITadford: County Telejgraph. -:
for bruises received in a fall at and had lunch. ; Clerk of th.. Circuit Court. Clerk of the Pirrult ( '>nrRy FREE ESTIMATES -
go every day this week for Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
their home. She was expected to I RT Marian L. Crosby Dei>ntv "ierk 4t 727Ml ." 'ji." I' il iv "f .1:11.1"-: ''
treatments. 7 l I'-I-Il .: 7/6 (OFFICIAl. SEAL) Charles A. Darby
be able to come home on Thursday l I I10 l Clerk of the Circuit Court
W. JR.
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of this week. Understand that Clifton Car-, :'(1'11(1: \PPI\I< ,I I Uy Manan L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
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In 11. ( irruil 4 .lIrI Of < overworked one day last week In Circuit Ci.iirt. Hnulf.mi (',,"nlr,1| HIT. 'l'nI'J'J-: \It
Visitors Friday at the home of r.ieklli I ."iid i.ia I irciiil. In .\issiI and suffered a relaspe after his 1'luriilni In ( hanrery.James ]In < irciiil (.....rt. llrailfurd Count j, Phone 207-J! Starke Fla.
Mrs. J. H. Saxon were Mr. and :' '... ItraiUonl Comity.IX I If. falter., Paniff! VF. H.IEC- I ri.triil.-i: In ( liiiiicrrt. :-0(11 In: 'ni APPIMUIn
Mrs. : P.F.- i! recent illness anj operation. I marie Salter Ie''fl'l.It. I:. I i'i i; ,". I: r .. .'I!. Plain'.ff: NS < irciiil ( inirt. Ii rail Curd ('..IIIIr. Route 2. Box 213; n
Marvin Ogden and Mr. and fuanlian-hII'| "i.f :\iT. ri.n F. rlark Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Case Xc>. 10-1GD4 K-: I l.i.; ,'.. I 1'. :, ,Mliiit.Ca !! I'liiriila In ( bnnrery.
Mis, Jessie Ogden of Pompano. \(11111. Padgett of I \iilirr 1'uPI..a.. : -e X '. I'1 1';:'; <-.i! : ,. J I'S. ii..i. h. I1.. .i.t: ff. -.
. TO I U.I.IH"M IT M \\ rOl"H' :;- Marietta were calling friends
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'' "''''''''.' -.c'; '1:1That's : :"\ : nnd -
relatives in this section la..st-.

..- week. j
Mrs. Allie ::: :;
Yates of Dinsmore !
Our Business
nnd her daughter Mrs. I.ouise'' fi \\
0 L If It's Glass We Have It! Collins and children Marietta I '-"lL i \*.
4'4 CALL WRITE or VISIT \'lslted11'5.. Yates' brothers You- :

/ gan and Lonnie Padgett last Fri- \ \ .
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I Joe Peters Glass Co. .iav Mr and Mrs. Elmer Carter\ FOOD .{

have brought Clarence Mosley's I
FOR ANY GLASS NEED home at Clay Hill and are

We Desi Modern: Store Front pail'mgthe house. which re-I

Just Mail Us A Pattern for been occupied[ for some time. They

I Table Tops F plan to move in soon. I

1313 N W. 1th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353: The Strickland's have more I II

i pears than they know what to d,)i IDEA

with. The ground is covered and I

more, falling. They have eaten

i.enrp. canned pears, preserved I

,,"ar s. and given pears to anyone

vvh.i would come and get them. !
HUNDREDS Still they have more pears than !I

thov} i-an manage. They do not

;''kf to see anything go to waste, } new hit with ice-cold Coca-Cola 4'
of details are managed and economic- -0 if anyone else wants pears j J.

ally attended that only a trained and 'IL-t! come to the Stricklands and I

L careful organization can attend when g<-t a load.! "

the urgent need for serving is at Toby Griffis and wife visitedhis .

hand.DeVVITT. mother. Mrs. Irene Padgett, .
last Saturday. On Sunday the I 11p

Ernie Padgetts. Toby Grifn. es, I

and! Irene's granddaughters Betty -
Carter an
_ Phone 7 Starke Fla. _ went to the beach. I :

Funeral Director Ambulance ..rvlr. '
Y''u aiver.lv notified that un- 'T'
rI.i iBii(> Our loco: funeral home onabloa tu to offer convenience, .n. ,
riark. ha= fileil a petition in the |
services lot otiirrwi ivitiafclr> al_ovi> ,.t' I..l1 "-"111'1 ,.....kinE: author.I' I
to *.f\\] wan!*' remainder In- |

___4. .. 6 66466646 __._ '''ie-r ;In til-, f"ll"\% ine real estate iI |
MIH'c" I Hi, ulfi.ril. I'mintv" Klor- '
We furniah. the highest type service at lowest prtc- SJWtempt ;,1 I 'L t.-wit-. i I I --
.n i t' MI.- ''' '1'- ti..n of j --- 4 :
ANY: life Insurance policy in force itsaad by ANY .' 'ih., I' 'i.. n.I| sv.f tli.W -- : / /
I 1.1 -I 1 < "rliv' -' i.'is.irtT. __.e1 '.
romD"D' as payment In part or in full] JD a funei&t .., ". l u ..-i jn.irti-r __ I M s, oo ,
"".4\nIlI1ILUOn ..arrt,.. no tlIirratioc >. 'I' ',-! ;. n :s..uth. ; : ; I
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i i I. \\.t. 'ii.- :North ;
,. -T If. HIKHMpitolily | i. : a
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Stuffed Hamburgers


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J j Have some-they're good In between thin meat patties-put savory

bread'stuffing, tomato and onion slices, or packaged cheese with p

pickle relish. Broil, and serve with sparkling Coca-Cola! There's no 1 C (i""

refreshment so welcome. And how that great taste of Coke brings out .)

__ the best in any delicious food! Make Coca-Cola your happy choice

for meals, picnics, parties. Bring home the Coke today! \

I lljMii.u the triMUc oi, \ou, ...U, >\\cn; ..mrn; ,lfuh''C

e\ua little gesture 01 ho pl1dll. S'MIu.. .....ilPCIoI

when you dn\e in to a Phillips '60 Station.!

Y )'u'lIliJ..e the friendliness and cornier: uuir Phillips .and Coke-to
put you at sparkling best !
66 Dealer. You'll like the conscicntiuui he cleans xomNMnJoxxs I your

all the way around. You'll like his clean rest .

rooms.'ouil appreciate the vay he checks your tlrc,. -. '- -

battery and radiator. To Phillips 66 Dealers
"llospit.ilt. '
> Cs on the Highway" means much more than just selling gasoline -

and motor oil. It means pleasing you. 6 6

Your Phillips 66 Dealer beliexes that in the service he

? \es. as \\e1I as in the products he sells "It's Performance

that Counts. Drixe in to his nation soon.





.. jnder authcrity of Tne Coca-Cola Coirpony by THE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING

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STARKE FLORIDA riiD\V. -In.1156!

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i !jest newspaper boys in Bradford Ga. and will return to Starke dur- and r ,.ii'i 1 .f .11'1' hold .\Tt"I",">' J -, |I'h" Skip-: ..'] nf.erw ke the allegations of said gnph.I' .
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Bounty At present they have 1 ing the second week in August. has been filed against you In the I FI.-.I.t Ti'l. Hiiiid.ng J.. k-...1. Ci"n.i>ia.nc will be taken as confessed .'. l .. 1"i .
above named C'urt and cause a.id v...i. Fl..nd! by }'uuT tur..ci.il 1':11) ,'I :", .\ I' -: ,
than 100 subscribers the
to Mattie
more Diyner is in .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY : visiting Tallahassee and you are required to serve a I and file the original in the off.ie: of !.ni.tive hal; be publish: d oncea.'i Clerk :" t' : .
Bradford County Telegraph. \Vel--, copy of your anuer or pleading to I tl.e Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ( wttK f,1' f. '.r ".-e 'i'newnks ly Mar..iu I- ..', I' ; .!r 1'r-
By fUora d. Shell j (onie home boys"Ve missed I A Citywide Talent Show is the complaint on the Plaintiff's 1 I.. : t.- 1 : il Lie f .Vt.iriiM: 1."' .n-he-Br.tdf...'J-C s:ty Tee-!

I I ;you last week and our circulation'i being planned for the opening of \

td1J&I"n1l'ntnn"lIn.t'(1 : pastor. Dr. D. \V Demps.! President 'Iropped. I. >t's help these boys j jput I the 5th Sunday Union at First

Mr and Mis. Henry Bryant of Richard \". Moore will deliver ] a paper in every Negro home;' Born Church. Supervisor J. S. To the eye, the new Corvette and

Lincoln City. Starke announce the address.! The opening 'i in Starke and boost the circulation Campbell is asking the cooperation then wChe\'Toletmfardi1Tl'rent.: : (( .:\., 1
the engagement of their daughter.1, music will be furnished by the 1 to other communities. Keep of all. TWOCHAMPIONS But these two champions have one 4\1

Annette, to Adolph Phillips of ] local choir. Sister M E. Roberts i informed know what's happeningin The East Division of Ministers superb quality in common-both l) I '.

Pine Castle AFB Orlando. Annette ]: in charge. Sermon bv Rev. E.I I in ('ounlnot, just among.I and Deacons Union Auxiliary to were born to cling to the road as >tr l
I Ius
i.; a May graduate of RJK M Hurley.On I'' but all the citizens. Mayor i I the Mt Sinai Missionary Baptist ; ; ,: ,'
j though they were part of it'! \
and a native of Staike. Phillips 1 Saturday at 9 a. m. devotions 'Jackson. Judge Yawn. Sheriff I i Association. will meet at CalvaryBaptist I \ ___ : .W

resides, in Illinois but his tenure'' will be led by Bro. T. J. ', :Reddish and others including our. Church, July 26-29. The I hev astonishing readability! 'L

in the service has made him a 'County Supt. H. P. Morgan always 'I'participating churches are: Pleas- '
Brown and others, followed by' is a big reason why it's America's *-, -= 1 ._. !: "
world traveller.\ The date of the I Ii Youth Fellowship, lunch, and; i: have something interestingto ant View Keystone Ebenezer OF THEROAD. short track stock car racing: chamnwMcr]\If : .

marriage has not been set but business !session completed. Startling I say to you that concerns your Trenton. Mt Zion N'o. II Haiford. .- : \
and dots
pion. It can out-run and U'llJ
will be an event of the fail of at 9:30 Sunday the church .welfare and mine. I I Xew Hope. New Bethel Antiol'h.i ,
I I out-handle cars with 100 morehorsepower.
this year. I school will be conducted with I II .\ilulU Education: !i Ebenezer Calvary all of Starke.

Mrs. Lena Timbers announcesthe upt. Leo DeSue in charge. At 11 Persons interest in the Adult i The pastors officers, ushers, When you wed rockAmerica's largest selling car-

marriage of Mrs. Carrie Frazier .I the St'rn10n11 be preached by Education program will be givena 1 choirs and laymen are invited to solid stability to superb engine> J million more owners than ny

to Isaac Robinson on July I P..eD.. Dell, and at 3 p. m. by chance to resume study on September :Attend and make this meeting a such as the2-: -h.pS that iLi>hnl 1 ctner make

_l. 1&;.6 The couple will residein Rev. J P Heave Music will he -I. If the registration is 'i success l ?>Chevrolets/ / // / the Corvi-tto to a new American

Starke. I furnished by the choir of Emanuel J JI I satisfactory classes ull l be of- Mr and Mrs Hamp Chandlerare {'Kirt.car) record-then you !o t' a tI

Ikistrut CoiiftTfiKc I Baptist Church. At .::30 p. m. fered to meet your needs. Persons visiting their children in Chicago I real ch.iniiion-hip(' combination. 1

The District Conference-Youth | sermon will be delivere| by Rev. interested will be asked to They expect to return during fur '; .

Seminai. ministers wives.. \VSCS, i Roosevelt Dell Jr.. local son and pay a registration of S2 for the ;i the first week in August and Slop -ample \ ,..{> ;, ri.

and Laymen's League of the I teacher at RJE Starke is a ('Ow-'I i entire year. Regular attendanceis ;l bring Gloria and grandson backto : .\<,,.,.,...,;.";...; '"" "': ,.
Jacksonville District will convene vention town and provides the most important thing and Starke. Gloria is expected to ,. ,d.::ilwLawit.I" ;'i'
at Pleasant Grove Methodist I t best': in programs for same. You { at least 20 persons must enroll : join the faculty at RJE in the 1 --. ... '':"r., :.... -

riiurrh. Rev DV.. Demps. pastor I can't afford to miss this wonder- ] in each class. Persons interestedin fall. She is a recent graduate of -' .- .; '

Dr. Damon D Dell is the I I ful conference Rev. D.V.. j: taking the test for a high ;( Florida .\ & M University and ,lo It._-'- .A-.n.:. <. ..."dO.. ...;...' .
Dr. Damon D. certificate 'holds certificate in Vocation.1 ) !1 ':, NEXTINTERCHANGE
iM.stnit Superintendent in charge |' Demps, pastor; school or diploma a

of this meeting. The sessions Den, District Superintendent; should see Supervisor Shell and Home Economics. Her husband u ij :

staitt-d att p. m. Wednesday, i ter Irene Kelly reporter. make application) at once. August1st j t stationed in the Air Force in Chi- ..: {: .

and will continue through Sunday '! >'acat!loner.I .. I has been set as deadline for t jcagoi !: .'7I -v. I .:-.;;--:;;-- -'
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The local welcome programis The daughter of Sister Ida this test which will be given i I Betty and Joan Jenkins daughters .' I .
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being chaired by Sister Beatrice I Smith of West Palm Beach is i iI during the second week in August. I' of p.eand Mrs. Alphonsr '--'"'" ..,. .,2I -

DeSue and expects to be, visiting Starke with her husband iI I II Some of the candidates will include Jenkins. are visiting relatives :n """' '

very interesting with the help of I and other friends. Elsie Cumming I : Deacon Henry Bryant. Dea- : Philadelphia Pa. They expect to :: I '' ( '

1 local talent. { is, a native of Starke but has resided con Carswell and others. Did you I spend at least two weeks then .

Tonr.ht ( Friday I i is Educational ) in West Palm for many.1 go as far as the 11th grade and and may stop in Norfolk. Va. en- r. lJd ... jfJ l .-r Icy,
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night and the feature will be. \ears quit You can take this test and I I route home. ,. .....''tt ". ; .: !f -

t'v f'ollrgf Choir from BHhune"ikman ''I Milton and Robert Elleison graduate; The only charge is $.", i IIIIIIIIIT fragrant' KntlsI : v... jft: _. "

( under the dnoition of have just returned from th'lr'a- registration fee for the General The summer program! will close ':' '-. ..fil:
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with at'I 'h, ,;: '. ...... .'.." ..., .,. ........' .,.. '. '.
Thomas Demps, son of the host cation in Tampa They an the Education Development Test from today (Friday\ a picnic if' ,' "" "
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Tallahassee All you have to do is' i Lake Whitamore. Take your va- J .

-I piss: it and your diploma will be, i I cations during: August. Scho'i'! t

a\\altlcd; and you may enter ('{)I-. I opens Sept. 4 ,

-' li-fir oi theological school if you Mrs \V Brooks is convalescing

interested do-iie at her home after undergoing

This Bank is ( liunil :.Ns surgery in Brevuster Hospital. .

Others who improving in "
are & "* vj
Htt hit-hem Freewill Baptist I m \ j
i health are Marzie Barnes Bertha I "" **"" ** ilMn..V
Community ("inn h. Rev. L. McKay pastor, : ** / 1 1I
!sin Your hold services at St. John Church''I I I Dell, and Willie Dell who was injured ,,, '
I in an auto accident They
in Muanopy on Sunday. The I 1 .1 I -i -- -
all for'
( will the hom express deep appreciation .I .
'stn"club meet at -
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\ the many kindnesses shown them I ;. -, '' .
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has the oi Sister Williams Saturday ; M- -
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This dunnsr their shut-in days. Alvin : -.. "
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m toe my lit The financial drive on the I / :';,. '0'-'
interest --
same Root;: i Lumpkin is home andI /// / / /, .J.//"" / I --- - --- -- -
community building fund of the church I t : CONOmONlMG-TEMPEIlATURES MADE TO ORD! -At NEW lOW CO>r If US )->*. .N of AIR
welfare your I about to walk again after more ... .....unu. :
successful. thanks tan o
i very, Many
I as a farmer i than a year in casts and on I i -
: who made such con
has m his farm a generous ''crutches. His mother-in-law Mrs ', ,, f fh. fo lvmark
\ in his tiibutions. Gladys Blye, reporter. : : Only franchised! Chevrolet dealers: a .ji' play \ business man Locke, has returned to Adel. Ga
\. Allen\ Chapel A. E. Church. .
business and a homeowner after an extended stay with his L -J
I eR.. Washington pastor
in his home. ; wife, Ella, while Koot made his
held their District Convention I
\ The banker, too second trip to the hospital in

knows that the dining last week. According tc: r.a''nf'\'lllt' for surgerv.TO RATLIFF CHEVROLET COMPANY

\ bank's growth and Presiding Elder A W. Bowles.

the meeting was a success iman- ': :\on(' .\1'1:\III
profits are dependent dally and spiritually. All districtofficers a (In-ill Courl. Bradford fuiinty.Ploriil ,
in a large measure : I, ..* In 'hnn..r.". '\'IM t (vi'1 st Star ht,. Florida I'honelllSemitone's
were re-elected. Additions" C. i.iM r i"I.IPlaintiff.. t -
upon the prosper included Mrs Irene Thomas. Assistant ." Klan InV.:. MiiiMiOIM* t- nil:in' -
of the I Care X. lo-lfiilj; ;
ily I District Superintendent olA f: \.. lff Tit .tPlirnrtT"
:: community C K. Leagues A wonderful I : IM in> lit K.: uni'Hil"-, w h..-.
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I tP.ulrn a .lIltl .nlilrt-- Is i 14iiH;
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This bank loan: vouth program was planned anti I.aiiilpr .tt. iiiic Iittioit, all'liiK.in
I lendeied bv Mts B J. Lennon ': Ton are hereby notified that aili ,
money to respon \'..r< > i n-tin)v and mamtenaureof L-t
sible borrowers, teacher i of Bradford County. I .1 I minor children
The Lennons .. has been filed aralnst" you in the rf
Levy are spendingth I
and encourages above named Court and cause and ( ; New National Contest
which in vacation with relatives and I you are required to serve a ropy ol .
thrift, flit-tut in \\11 VOOl.Clllett I your answer or pleading to the coma .
turn, helps you i I plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
\\'\'.-.mei 1 is \ :situ; in Athnta: \I..n"' \\ 1n'I', ,Ir.. r.OS Florid i i
and our community 1 'i'" !I.. KiiildintJ.n: 'k"oiuiilf ; l \
to prosper. F1..rl.l: \
and file the original In the office of
GOT ASUMMER the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I lor before the \'*
!1.: il.u i if ..lttgiif.1'.i: "..rt.pthtTtti PRIZES TOTAL
e the allegations of said
COLD 'il"i-

FLORIDA BANK <* STARRED TAKE r ," for 'a'6 .\ ., Tt n.weeks nee This I l'i I]"b\.t.d craph.: Path>notice nu-In-. week in r hall the day)for Bradford.be.f four July published con,County If!ecu-; i s :: : $ (OOOJO)( )( ) [) ( )

Member Florida National Group 6 6 symptomatic OKFICIM.SKAU Clerk of the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court P" :., : )

RELIEFGOODYEAR'S By Marian L. Crosby >>el'utCI..rk 7iJtt SUTU' a ,

:\ '': 10 .%PPRtRla .
(Iri-uil f'our I. llrndfurd County.
: Florida ID Imnrerr.. \.G' IN CHRISTMAS!
', tot
1 I r: ? "I 1. rirfintiff.' A<. -\nnr
uIi.:...n r \t-m.'! Dift-ndant. l' : ;
lit i vase XII. 1016oollrp :; I \ BUY
\ To .Appear
nttd>' OWI $ l T"Mn' lVi illi.tui fish. nhoecI. ',YOU'
!i -I. n. I i- Annandal. Virginia ,
yOUC n win and \\ Ii.-(' address is Route X.). l, iJtSHOPPING- SPREES
It. t I'. Vnnandalf, Vugiiiia.
Yon are hereby notified that a I
25,000 3-T SAFETY SWEEPSTAKES i I suit. for. divorce and restoration pp ,a par d fit'
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| I' i"j-n t name
Write or we w for your entry blank now! Nothing to bury! 575 chances to win' his been filed against yo i.1 In the 1 '15' fn' lure \niir-I ..!l ill \\orM tannui', Mar-lull[ rit-M. & C... unh!. SIjirii'l 1.00o Oil,
abnamed Court and cause andy
\' are required to nerve a copy of I >, 4 -. --- I.. -I / l alto waMHI j'li-a-r t anila-t trcaurinf faluilou\ ;itl--
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answer or pleading to the
1t t 1"' Yz x.' at r ar a h,! t'rmi'imr, on the Plaintiffs; Attorney : ;; O i"\" iwax v.>u turn! \\ hat a Oiritmajou can |>ni\i.l.- |nr.ur
.. \V Otzi; n. P. O Box SI. M dx
I : I.t...-t.i!. Floridaii |1,1.1| nutoraeboJy! hay to win it. \\ hy not you?
.r t i1 h:r flerk of the Circuit Court onr '- ,.
'...r..re the .
1.t ..' .\II/U-I., ]'>'<;. I A
1 1st PRIZE $1,000.00 Christmas
."i.iui-4.... the alu-gatlona of said %: .
1 !iiln-it will be taken confetn- / "
as '
-d bv J ou.I : Shopping Spree at Marshall Field &

I rt!ins. I notice. fhall be published I Company PLUS AII
i.' i 'i week for fnur 'onst''uth'e lAy 3-Day cpense
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I :n the BRADIo'OnD COUNTY '.
1 FI.EfItArlt. Trip to Chicago for Two by

: 'I-! .; '1 n. i.f .1:11\: !:' ,< s 1 Plane or Train.
II l 1C1A1. !;F.ALiChartes'A, Darby ,\
Clerk of the Circuit Court I .
.::. Mtr.m L, Crosby Deputy ClerkS j //ne's all rna I"", U' to tin .
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I i. f '\a'rl(1'lu UMT.u

\ bte hoe '. In Florida Circuit: In('nun.t hnni-rr Itradfurd". County : l .; e..4 "11"'I!<'iM | O\K( : toardinarydryleaningls'eaue l (f\tii>i[>li.

"I I ria.ntiff, UGG GF, .
i" ya Juhn
I7Nr11Irti.mj it L't-li' clothes h cleaner Let- '
!). 1. IlU.iM. a 1. our o mui ; |Ir 1Irrll I iit-f!

p S1tE case No. l'-lfiijj .i'nl, .| .. < h longer them"for !1.. .
ct Sovt es ./ a. V'Hrr T. tppmrIl'i I lI \\ mui o1' can vicar ( m, ,[n .
3 .I I. I T'l"r, \\ h",e -idence tuiii "Itfiicr." \\ hat auld be easier? Yet thi- maIn- \mir h Ii t
-- 1Lu.n""n.: .
\ are n"i.uy flounce that i,i i'n- IJ.ul"lIChritma"\ you haw aua\-> lunged for. \\ h\ t I/i,, .r
"n" r.-
Ii -.. e I!. .d the If'--t-r prizes can rice jour Chri-lma budget a li-rnfi. a -
[" i. filed agatntc you In tile, J "Go'

.t I.\-ir-named required Court to serve and cause a copy and ol.r .S fUN! Ii <;: Yrj1: Contest starts! ; August 1 and close* September 30 I'1iti.] but .j l t. .

t 1 r' }}( c i. ,., .answer,,- the or pleading Plaintiffs to the Attnrnej com-'i \1 \\jit. Come ill today and ak for the offn ial entry blank <-n h Im J: ,

1'.1 '. :,iv r..n.II.I.. .<-ark Fla.: .: AS'' i.-\\ >implirulis of tins: cdiite-t are fullx. and df'arl.lah.1., Hi-a: 1 tt t i
m tTic oK.ve ol t
> ',,-k uf the Circuit Court on or \1.5 r'.I,.- an-lulK then, fini-h the unitenteiue: a- .dirtt| 1ft I r'. i
: '.' 1" d,i\' <,f August, litSfi.
3T tie'u.-e! the llelattoll.. or aaidmiiimt : t."ur i-iilrv VMthuut ddJ)'. .
; will be taken as confeastJ t } ,
t 1\ Ju
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Thinotice! shall be published F .

J' !! lr& .' .n ie>. n..t.'h.ek In week the for Bradford four consccu i ( -


\W3 II P4 SIZE FOR I .- 1" day ,.f Julj l'.3. '.
Clerk of the Circuit Court Two Second Prizes of $500.00 each
R. Marian) 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
In Black or White Sidewalls PAYNot 'if 7 n 4t .S : W Christ/na; Hif>!i >in sprees in lixal stores

another tale on an ordinary tire; it' a 3-T AS LITTLE AS 1565 % -. I
just llllCI'It) '''PEUIn
SALE featuring; famous Goodyear Tim at rock Cin-uic Court, Bradford ('..liOt,., Get Entry Blank at our Two Third Prizes of $250.00 each

bottom prues'! Built with -T Cord thit' Triple1.25 A WEEK Florida: In thanrery.v Christmas hnpftin .srees in local store
: M Mill. 1'I.t.ntf'.
in. ist1.
Tempered in GooJ\Mr' excluuve process 10\01-0'" FOR FOUR. ... 1: .M(. M..lm: 1 1. ,it Id.tnt: Store phone and
Trnuon Temperature and TUlle for extra Hrength, CtttNntire \", it-log t or our 15 Additional Shopping Sprees $100.00 each
durability and ufety! :: To Appear .
GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND T 11. 1 I. i-l l F :M. :Mii:: wh..'e """ "" ';" ---......
MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON salesman will 8 Consolation : ,
.. ,,., :Ie-i 1: ,i..l) ".i.lre-; l'nkn"wI. route .
.., ., ,. ... ..'" : Y..'.: !
; .; ; are ereby notified that *
:; ", ,.'j.'..7: "1'F' .: ,. ".., ;.' ." ,,,,...X.h'f >u : :. it I.v -. art- u.IIJdy a Each a $,;0.00 United States :.Satingc Bond. .

f GOODMAN'S Service Station i):; Window Cleaning .I bring one to you. ...r... .

t l t r U. S. 301 at South SEEKER City D.Limits:i GOODMAN: I I III I I Il Ir I Outside Reasonable Only -Prices 30c up I II I STARKE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRYPHONE

Starke Fla.
1 j ji I. I I I I.r, .. .'''I d'l W S. AGXEW. Prop.

,,,/ ''' .J { ""' f .:. _-= :39J Cherry M. Starke, Fla. 2,,,<; STVRKE
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I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfl\j Mrs William Prevatt and chiljdren. -'children of lieilbronn Springs 1! Jersey where he wit: b< e. ;'. ."' 1 1I I

I :Mr. and :Mrs.: Elijah Young- [ were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I'I I II
Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Ju.tn! 'i:: ," ":
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy BROOKERBy I I( ': blood! and children :Mrs. Geneva Padgett and children Thursday.
i I II 'Jacksonville .
are the : ',. 1
( Johnson and children. and A :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Robert Jones and 1' : i '

Ytumgblood. all of Waido Luther Ronnie I i ents of a son Daxi't .1.:' ,. ,
: and Hazel
Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127Swimmer .Mrs. E. II. Ca>tlen Jones were i
Atkinson. Collge Park. Ga.: Mr. visiting relatives in Jacksonville I I in S:. L.ikc H '.;>it.i: U <' : .1. .-

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAJtkinson and :Mrs.: Walter Atkinson and j last week. 11.
,. .. C.hen Award!*, At Rotary : Mr!! .inj Mis I. J n"o! I! j i iI
K\ent >:ti.i.otd spent their vacation \ -\'uun-t.lul',1: l | Reunion children of Donaldsonville Ga.; I' Cpl. and :Mrs.: Roy Odom and : ::'oIl'. and) MEail G"i'i .- I
Mr. and :Mrs.: James
ChurchF MO.V: tn; :' IX(. isKRUCE Al Nelson Rotary Dist! :. t with Mrs. Snow's sister Mrs. The Atkmson-"ungblo"d) family Atkinson. children, of Tampa were weekend children of PaVka: M: .i:. i )I-
Presbyterian reunon: was held at the C. L. Beaufort. S. C.: :Mr.: and Mrs. J guests of Mrs. Thomas
; June
Joyce Castlen. .
KK Tills j i aril Mm:
.x CNIAYThe ;" ,'ernor. awarded a great many Blanche Cunningham, and her ; .j:
B. Russ children
Atkinson College Park. Ga: Mr and of Maitland; Mr.:: and :Mrs.: J. Gainesville!
Russ and aiM i :Mr: .. i
certifI- brother and sister-in-law :Mr.: and !:- M I.-
1 Children their and
tI"i v Adult Choir pi! 1;. Those present were: Mr. and Russ children of !i Gordon Jones
tilth Apopka were weekend .
in the summer senes cates for swimming accomplishments :Mrs.: Ray Forsythe all of Lake and d.un.'iv! ;
:: family. Mr. and :Mrs.: Frances
of union evening services will beheld at the conclusion of the Geneva.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Tet-I j Starke were visiting Mi .in.: M 1. -
School 9:43 a. m.Motning Russ children. and Vance I
: and
Sunday i Mary Ann and David Schaeffer stone. Robert Jones
the First Sunday
Worship How Xot to m Presbyterian Annual Swimming Program Friday and Mrs. Elmer Forsytheand will Russ of Apopka: Mr. Mrs. I i I
Church Sunday night at 8 o'clock. go Sunday to Camp Cry- and :Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and James Harrell is ha\.nu: : ,t '11 >:j-
Feai 11 a. m. Union Evening Rev. Donald Kokomoor pastor of evening July children vacationing in : stal Lake for two weeks. Lonme Atkinson. Mr and Mrs son of :Melbourne: Edwin Russ of I derful vacation for two weeks He I

\\or.hip.: First Presbyterian ser- the First Methodist Church will A large number of parents and Pennsylvama. Mrs. E. J. Richards of Newton. Walton Youngblood. Cpl. and Mrs. Apopka. and :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Au- I 1 will be sight-seeing in Wa-hmsr- I
moi h\ Rev. Donald Kokomoor friends of the children were on Mrs Bill Siprelle left Wednesday -i Kansas is visiting her brother-, Roy Odom and children. Mrs. brey Gause 1 I ton and the
bring the message. Special music : and sons of Columbus western p.ut .,:' t'-.e
S p ir. hand to witness the presentatIOns. for Toledo. Ohio for a first in-law and sister Mr. and :Mrs.S. : Lugenia Odom. all of Tampa: Mr were overnight guests of Mr and ,' ('lIuntr ". He is
will be provided by the Presbyterian m.ikitr! the trap
MondayYoung people leave Adult Choir. The affair took place at Keystone meeting with her new grandson.Harry E. Kennedy. She also is dividing and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and son Mrs:: Ernest Russ Saturday. i,I' with Mr. and Mis Cu-i 1", Beth

fdT pnmeer Camp 9 a. m. Beach, where the Rotarians had William Brannan. He is the her time here with her othersister. of Melbourne. Mr and Mrs. Sonny Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and of Gainesville.Mr. .

Wednesday Prayer Meeting.])1 The attend public these is services.cordially A invitedto I a Fish-Fry and after everyonehad third son of Mr. and :Mrs.: HarryE. Mrs. Lola Johnson, and her Dukes and daughter of Lake Butler :Mrs.: H. E. Stokes last week were and Mrs. D..:>r>.v 3. .:e. ril
special his fill of fried fish (boneless Brannan. Mrs. Erannan was.: father. E. F. Baker of Ocala. ; Mr. and :Mrs: Rusty Rusinikof
"t >((0 p iii j I section in the center the I Mr and Mrs. James Kidwell;: and family spent the a.-.-;" ".1 I ',\ .' .'
of and delicious, incidentally) the former Doris Sipielle. WhenMrs. FAMILYApproximately Jacksonville. Mr:: : I Mr.
IJXhKR and1I's. i
Tnll'' :ida.JUnior. Choir prari children of Brockton. Mass :Mr.i: t and :Mrs.: Andlt'.1" .
churl h will be reserved for :;" *
i '\ 30 p. m. ; young hush-puppies. cole-slaw coffee Siprelle returns o Keystoneher 145 people at- Reed Lewis and daughter of and :Mrs.: J. E. Waters and family. Donaldsonville, Ga.
i' and the all ;I
from I
people youth and dessert. Al Watson the "M. other daughter Mary Jo. will tended the annual reunion of the Starke. Mr:: and :Mrs. Truby Dyal and :Mrs.: Bertha Stokes of Dun- Mr. and Mrs. Jame..x.r

churches there. attending are asked to I C." took his place at the microphone come home with her. Mary Jo has Baker family at Keystone Beach and Carolyn Kelley of Gainesville dee, Mrs J. L. Waters and daughters i I of Beaufort. S C. spent t'-.e: weekend I:
sit I and introduced the Red been in Toledo all summer. Dur- :Mr.: and Mrs. C. L.
on Sunday Oldest living memberof : Atkinson with
of Lake Butler :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Mr. and ::'01"1.;.1 Ri. 1
Cross Swimming Instructors from ing his mother's absence Mike family to be present was E. of :Miami: : :Mr.: and Mrs. R Rudolph Stokes and of
Wash Clothes
I Immokalee. as well as Odis Hm- Siprelle will visit another sister A. Atkinson and Mr. andMrs. gers.Mr. I
CHURCH F. Baker who is 95; wears old. son. Alachua :Mr.: and Mrs. Buddy and Mrs W. S. Ray < Hi-
nant director of the camp. Several Mrs. Gary Garner, of Starke, fora Mr. Baker's three brothers and J. A. Cause and boys of Columbus Stokes zelhurst. Ga. and I
and family of Graham. their
daughteof :
9 Pounds Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship -I children from each class were week, and then stay a weeks i( one sister were present and an- / Ga.: Mr and :Mrs.: Lamar, )Ir. and :Mrs.: Leroy Stokes and 1, Jacksonville wereiMtins: Mr:

| Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Serv- in the water and they demonstrated with Mr and Mrs. J. Hall Car- other brother who is older than Odom and daughter and Leroy family- of Dundee and Nell Purvis )'I! and Mrs. Pitt Baxter lInJt) .

For 40c! ice. 7 p. m. Prayer :Meeting: each I as each instructor described penter of Arlington.Mr. he 101 years, almost was :McMilliam: :: of Donaldsonville. Ga.: of Newberry. j,

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone : the various feats. .j and Mrs. Jim Saunders. unable to attend, as the trip from 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Atkin- Frances Prescott of Plant Cit).I'

welcome. -L. L. Parker pastor.1mISTLX Outstanding was Life-Saving their small daughter. Ann and South Carolina may have provedto son. :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Ernest Russ.Mr. is I C'\I.I roil IIIIK
few I
FREE Bleach If Desired! spending a weeks with her Scaled liicls rill! he! i\.i !,
II Demonstration in which Mrs. ::Mrs Saunders' mother Mrs. be a little too much. and Mrs. Will Rogers and grandmother, Mrs. Doshie Pres-' the I'lly Council of the r.'t I

< CIITKCIIRev. Fred Dodd. Senior Life-Saver Klein, left last Monday morning There were folks from Kansas. sons. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and cott. 'I Starke in Starke.at the Florida City .'Ial..'* r.ff.. .,_
unlit! "iI.>
showed the various ways to rescue by auto for Wilmington. Del.. j Louisiana and South Carolina.as sons all of Brooker.Andy Paul Prescott of Bartowas cluck r. ai. on TIII'*I1." tln' 7' ,
We Will J. I:. :Sherwood, I'a>tor I day their short > > at wl
a person in trouble in the thereby concluding well as from all over Florida.Mr. Gainey celebrated his 8th : visiting his mother. :Mrs.: Doshie and planall I..h "
Bible 9:45 Morning bid- .
School r.5' -
: a. m. 11:1:
residence in Keystone HeightsMr. and :: :: with at the : l.e
Dry Your Clothes water. !II Mrs. Ray McCoy E. birthday a party Prescott last weekend. His wife''' publicly opened and irri <
Worship, 11 a. m. Youth The climax of the demonstrations -' :: Saunders a DuPont em- D. McCoy, and Luther Josey. all Gainev home Wednesday of last and children { thc following supplies
Church, 6:30: m. All I accompanied him i 1 1'eeular easolim-. J hi.r. .1 I Tn
I invited.p. young was an exhibition in .Dizzy ployee, was associated here with of South Carolina, spent the week. Ten guests enjoyed playing back home after spending a few ,.Tank at City Light a-.i \\at--

For 20c people Diving, given by Ed Galloway, Humphreys Gold Corp., and he weekend with Mr. and Mrs. S. games and refreshments of ice i weeks with relatives here. I 1'l.tnt.oiK Starke, Florida; Lnlri< .ttiim
retailing ,
at 40c(
and Henry Simmons instructorsfrom was re-assigned in the spring E. Kennedy. They were in Key- cream and cake. a period of Ir In New Automatic Driers! CIH-RCH OF GOD Mr. and :Mrs.: C. Hicks and twelve month* Isz. .
Immokalee. which necessitated the moving of stone to attend the Baker family The Brooker Baptist WMU met family of Alabama I(i rtiiiired: 1-Quart ran andt'..,, :
were visiting! nan )
Sunday School 10 a. :Morning : his family when he had made reunion. I at the church last Friday afternoon )
e m. Following this. Mr. Watson introduced -, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks last week. |I i I T" el\e month !'lIpIIIfu. ? '.
Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday Mr. :Nelson who made the necessary arrangements. He' Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. with the president, Mrs. M Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and approximately 500,000 e.illoti Nun -
her 2:
I Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPE I the awards. There were so many :, has been in Wilmington for sometime K.: Kennedy Mrs. H. W. Cannon I O Hariell. presiding. I I i children of Apopka were over i :32:: to :3.tillati .furl-,. distillate, Riautx \.1' :

The Washeteria Service Wednesday. 7:45: p. m. children completing the SharkClass and came to Keystone to and small son Mrs. Cannon is the (I Vacation mill School night guests of the Hicks last II The-. *Ira'jh'.1'.1.ii'l ":2! tn 1'

Player :Meeting: Friday 7:13 p. m. that there were not enough assist his wife in the final pre- former Madeline Kennedy, their I The Brooker Baptist Church Saturday. to a.rpt or City reject ream any *. raIl th!-! i 10',1.a '

I.A TEY badges to go; around but those parations an,) to drive them to t daughter.Miss I was engaged in 5 days Vacation Mr and :Mrs.: :Mennis: Woodby.I.1 ( ( lll Of' ."1'1110.1'II
Temple Ave. Stark Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning their new residence. They livedin Danette two ; arl J..hn. till < I iiK:
children who are still without Hooper spent Bible School last week with an and children of Strawberry Plains. 7.11 .11 't:
I Worship. 11 a. m. YPE Service theirs may receive them at '\'atson's the house vacated by the John days in Lake Geneva recently,I average attendance of 61. Commencement Tenn., were luncheon guests Saturday -

Saturday, 7:30: p. m. Grocery.At Powers family -- also DuPont visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. was at the Church of )Ir. and :Mrs.: C. B. Stal In I Ircull NOI<'unr' (: .lit. lirniliurd AITi\lt<'UDtj,

the conclusion of the pro- folks. They made many friends I. J. Snow and her aunts and I Sunday night. Adults who helpedto lings. Mrs. Woodby is the niece of:1 Clurlottf Miirld.lt In (hanrrrT. .

gram. Mr. Watson presented each in Keystone who will be sorry to uncles. The Snowr. were vaca- make this a very successfull ,. Rev. Stallings. :.''Hush Ki.itK 11 i*1-I"i.inn" M | :l i>.h.-.nd; .'\ .

;, instructor with a gift in appre- see them go.Mr. < tioning there with their relatives. Bible! School were: :Miss: Linda :Mr: and Mrs. Charles Croft 1 I C.i*<' N" III I" ?

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE ciation for their hard work. and Mrs. Sam Burrows and) Danette is a student nurse at St.I Gayle Green. Miss Glenda Paiker. and son of Birmingham Ala. I Itntfrr I ToIliiKh To Anprnr"'1':11.1"h r : .

:Mr. and :\1.... Ray I'orxjthejObsene c ihildien Johnny and Nancy, of Vincent's Hospital Ja ksonville.i Miss Sherry Elsey Mrs. Guy were Sunday dinner guest of Mrs {'r. *idrni and aildif* l' t" I: ..
Strict. ,
Golden Wedding II i Mobile. Ala. were visiting the I i :Mr: anl Mrs. Walter Forsythe 1 I Harrell. :Mrs. Aubrey Hazen. Mrs. Eva Barrel! ',\a J-r. 1"lg'r"*.'>. i'oIN >; X \ ,
On Wednesday. July 18. Mr. and Gene Whittles for four days last I i I and family are on vacation in Wilson Green. Mrs. Lula M. Bax- ( Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis of I Vnu are hereby; notified that a "'1'1

I Mrs Ray Forsythe, of* Lake Cen- I' week. Mrs. Burrows and Mrs. :'!I! M iami.i ter. Mrs Leslie Green Mrs. J. C. Jacksonville! and J. :M.: Wacaster I f..r trol drt'rr..ir(.f minor .>children" nt
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor eva quietly observed their Golden !- Whittle ale sisters. Also visitingthe i I Sgt. Forrest Austin has just Harrell. Mrs Bonnie Kate Sewell. of Gainesville were Sunday: dinner -(has! been filed again you In n.*

i Wedding Anniversary. They Whittles was Mrs. H. E. !I returned from duty in Koiea. Hei Mrs. Doris Kelley and Rev. and guests of Mrs. :\Iandy'Lewis'['above YOU are named required! Court! to serve and cause a and of

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town were married in St. Clairsville, Strauss of :Montgomery: Ala. ;i: and Mrs. Austin the former Mrs C. B. Stallings. (, and family. ''vnur answer nr pleading copy to It.*

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Ohio in 1906. Mrs. Fornv: the is I Mrs. Strauss is the mother of. Charlotte Wagner and their four.1 The Brooker Baptist Church Mrs. Doshie Prescott is spend- complaint.1. ".."..101 on the Tarn,Plaintiff r. I :,"'. Atfnrrev I r. i i 1. "

a native of Ohio and :Mr.: Forsy-I Mrs. Whittle and Mrs. Burrows ,: children axe moving to Massachu- I completed a Training Union Stud ing a few days with her daughter Florida Hank liiilduiK"n, \ .11'

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. S:00 the is a native of ImLana.; They Mr. and Mis. Lester Humphriesand |I setts. where he will be stationed course last week. Mrs. Bonnie,: :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Bazar in Jackson-. and file the original tn the off, e
P.JI. have lived in Lake Geneva since i! daughter Patricia of Starke I I for a while. On his return from I Kate Sewell of Leesburg taughtthe of the Clerk of the Circuit, rur' on
Sunday School 9:13.1.11.I; Training Union 6:13 I; P.M. were picmcing at Keystone Beach : Austin had the ville.Mr. [or before l tin27th d..\ ?! Ic, >
his retirement about nine years | Korea Sgt. pleasure book.Average attendance was and :Mrs.: Claude Prescottand 1956; otherwise the all.'gat..n .'
Midweek Service I ago. Mr. Forsythe is a retired I II on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I of a first meeting with his::123.i family spent Sunday Jacksonville -(|aid Complaint will lt taken as
Wednesday 8:00 P.M.: confessed! by
I passenger; conductor for the B & j George Schaeffer and family. I fourth child born while he was: The Training Union of the De- Beach. ( This notice you.shall l>e piiMihl"once :

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at ,0. Railroad. They have four living -, Mrs. Kennie Keener of :Melrose: overseas.: dan Baptist Church enjoyed asocial i Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and I weeks each in the week for four ,'""-,,,.um 1I *
I Coun'i
I children Mrs. Blanche carl- entertain Mrs. Constance Earn- Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Easterly at the church last Saturday daughter of Starke were graph. 1'ee-:
: 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. I son. Charles. Elmer and Walter. hill. :Mrs: Anna James and Miss i spent Sunday with Mrs. Easterly night. About 20 people were guests of Mr. and :Mrs: C. L. At-I(Official Patid tlii :23rd! d.". ..t .I.I :. I I' .'
Seal! Charles
i Hailey is desceased. All the child- i Anna McCiillongh. at brhgeIon- mother Mrs. Blanche Cunningham. present.Mr. kinson Sunday night. :Mr. and i Clerk! of the Cir.A. -m Darby< '.uirt

I ren reside in this vicinity. day evening at the Keener home. ( ::'o anti Mrs. J. J. Cowart and Mrs. Lewis' left Monday for New 1111 Marian L Crosby Den i u'v rift,
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Tobacco Growers Ready Crops For Marketin I

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ulf..i.ls" t 1\:. t"hurtj giowei.-t Hut other Uiudtmd! I'r.I\H'b Cropped In Fields Strung On Slicks Cured In liarn Off The Slicks Kradid ISy Color Handled For Market .

q.:: ,: httl- sleep! t his week as they hid it tougher. between the mid .

hasient-il tt. market their golden wind and drought many (-"iiMn'l: .4 .

h.irvt-st .vith last: Wednesdays get a stand until ialf- in the sr t- k ik1k mi

npi-iiinjj; of the Geoitfia-Fluiida sun _

Tn.slls II. C. Dou las.who has a t m ,-- ,q

The opening of the markets acre allotment. explainer MUM.-'

r :'mht Bradford farmers in wide- of the difficulty. He it-plan-: : !

Iv varied stages of preparedness twice once because of < .1.1. .1 v'L' $ q -

Some like Lloyd and M. J. Dyal.are second time bet'alls.nd.b! !"'.,. .:

all set for market.On sand beat the plants. lie tin-d

th.'ir nine acres which they up three barns last week and ,.\-

irrigated they anticipate a yie-l! pects to cure out four iioi e.

of 1.800 pounds per acre. Amongthe Last year's pi 11' a\1 age' .

first to han-est they finished Oenrsjia-Florida mal kE't! -; IIi

curing June 25 and weie windingu cents a pound. Gro\.r" h 'l'"- '. !L'

;. th.-ir -lading! at the Hi'okeri's year for higher pi ires to u:;vtan

fa; !'j\ mar k'l tin week. anticipated lower yield ,

Tin' 1 iinih I h.i> ben plantings ...
Most growers in I he Biad:,>: 1
!M. e I lie's! : ,1!; i M .1. In-il said .
aiea market tobarin in I L.ikcCity. "" ""
l lose to
t ih.- \.r- top J ''01''' < .

I h.' Ot',! .', .' V,. 1'\',.: l.aI": High Springs ;
I' ,.nd said new homes 1101b"'n c 1 .

Starke Officials I'I instructed at the rate ot 1(10"( .1 _L .

'I ear for the past two or thav Johnny Mc.ihre 'Ir... 111t'lma 1'.lk I j. K. Iuiigt.i., i..aern lIal Rt.bel.l: :\\'al" : :I. .1. D\al


Support Petition said he felt natural gas Information Sought Fields Manager Accident Near Lawtey Recent Births Pulpwood Prices lit .y.ivf .i> the rea.-'i.! ,

t I'j ninnbei ol b\ ,'! '"
uould be inducement for
an new
1 Furniture ConcernJohn $550 DamageAn
1 industry to settle in Starke. Upon DisappearanceOf Of The albeit! County Hospital Reach New Peak log pulpwoml.

For Gas Pipeline lie listed the advantages of natural Mother Of FourThe .J Fields associated in accident involving two touri.sts. announces Mr. and the Mrs.following Roy R. baths demons: Prices quoted foi .1 '

gas as cheaper price to the busmein Me'boinne both driving 19.! :->6 Fords.caus..d pulpwood range from <.> '
the furnititie of Starke. a daughter. Marsha PulpuixMl pure.s! :carried: an all
consumer. no interruption in service family of Mrs. Dorothy $550; damage Monda\ about depending upon the .t. > ,." I '
for 17 this week became Kay, July 19. time hl- h this week
Starke's case for acquiring na- and fuel sa nng in electrical! Manning Heil. 31. who is reported years ,a mile south of Lawtey ; in aiea this of the wood A unit II! ]1'. ; .\ ,

tural gar was laid before the Federal power manufacture by the city- to have disappeared! from manager of the I' rod Fur- The mishap occurred when Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Chatres G. Carterof when bids as high as ?12 a unit measuies 63 inche. 'o' .

Tower Commission in Washington owned power plant. tarke about June 19. is seeking nituie Co. of Starke. K.: Smith Sr. of Chicago slowedhis Staike, a daughter Eva Janet for stumpage were made. and feet high and eight le,': 1 _

this week by two city of- ,j The Houston Texas Company : information as to her where- )[1'. and Mrs. Fields are re vehicle because of a car ahead' July 18. the delivered pr.ce at a railroad or 168 cubic feet. A : .l I ,':

1 1fidals. i is seeking a certificate of convenience abouts. i.lingat 327: Call St. They have tuming: off U. S. 301. The car Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bateman siding reached over $18. accordingto is ll's! ruble feet

Testifying in behalf of the and necessity: which must Mis. Heil and her four children three childien.Harry driven by Clifton Charles Cuffley' s'r. of Stai ke. a son, Clinton Fayne Dan lIarl.. .. pulpwood! dealerof
P-ateman Jr.
Houston Texas Gas and Oil Corp. j jva3 be issued by the FPC. for pipingthe were ta'ingwith her mother. C. Elrod owner of the of Baltimore rammed into Smith. j July Lawtey. \ 1'I.L. I.( i\K: the n.'u Kster:

\ IarY.. T. Jackson and | gas to Florida. It is teamingup Mrs. Volley Manning at the timeof local store said Mrs. Fields will Highway: Trooper Musgrove Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gregoryof "Pm i-es are h.jjhei nu'.v rill brook pursf-si/c fnuntain! |M-n< .i

City Clerk Carl Johns. They with the Coastal Transmission the disappearance. She is tepoitei serve the furniture company as charged Cuffley with following too Starke. a daughter. Linda DI- {.ulp'Ai'od! thin I i .in e\ ci lemcm- Patel "h.td..Onl'x ;It UrIt'

were accompanied by City Atty. '; Corp. to build a $174 million to have left the Manning office clerk. O. O. Webb and Jack closely and failing to have his ane. July 22. her bet ore." Haiiede.; I I.ned i ford ( ountyFUU Tt..J'I".ll'h

Arch: Thomas Jr.. who also \played) line from western gas fields home about noon to get some Siemer will continue affiliationwith vehicle under control. Cuffley Mr I and Mrs. William\ W Me- '

to Florida. and returned.Mrs posted $3:> bond. I'herson of Meiiose, a son. Charles
a role in prrst"ntmgtt"stimony. groceries never the store.

Starke has contracted with the' The Houston Texan petition has Herl has dark complexion. Elrod: said Fields was assol' a- Jeffrey. July 21.Awarded Sell It Rent It Trade ll

Houston Texas firm for natural ( the support of some 40 Florida dark brown hair cut shoit. hazel It'llnlh the Johnson FurnitnreCo. City Court CasesCases

The to convert cities. 21 industrial and Melbourne for 17 Scholarship
Ras.; city projwvs plants eyes (right eye crossed and a in years

the city-owned power plant to four state governmental bodies. scar across the bridge of nose. befoie coming to Stal ke. heard by Mayor W. T.

natural gas. as well as establish I!, Johns Jackson and Thomas left She is about 5 feet 2 inches in Jackson in City Calm Monday Miss Jackie: Hobbs. daughterof \WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

a distribution line for household for Washington by plane. via height and weighs around 93 Park Theatre Slates included: Mr. and Mrs. James Hobbs of
Staike. has been awarded a state
patrons. Jacksonville.Vednesday after- pounds. Jim Ricks. public intoxication Low Rates Good Results tasy To Placeo
of both and noon. They expect to remain two Film With WymanRock forfeited teacher-tiaimng scholarship! oi
Testimony Johns $2:; bond: Ellis McRae."
.\t the time she left home she
$'00)' annually for four yea is. according WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION
Jackson prepared in advance of days.State's. driving without a license. forfeited 54*
waseal'ing a nablue cotton and Jane to an thus
Hudson Wyman.who announcement
the Washington hearing. disclosed $2;) bond: Robert Lee Moury. E.UII: ADDITIONAL WORD 2e
dress black flat shoes. and had
a week the State
optimism legarding a $300.000:: bill fold with a small amount of starred in [a niflcent lunning red I lu ht. foifeited! $10: by Depaitment 111"01T OF is i'tu: tEST O\ TWO on MIlliE l\tiJIITIO\!
in of Education. The
bond issue needed to finance a Big Role are teamed up again Tressic Plummer Negio.: charged award was 2x>* tnuiTinN. roil IiUUus_ on .\I11i M>T pun iv 'n\\rF.
in it. At one time she had
money -
"All That Heaven Allows" which made on the basis of recent competitive -
natural distribution r.ystem with drunkenness
gas foifeited S25;
been employed by a local laundry. will Monday and ; examinations. \\'.-\ TF.r'I;""L'. ,'I.E."OTTl': IIl: -Clove! in. d-- .', ,
run Sunday. ?
and convert the power plant. 0.V.. Forsyth. public intoxication IIAi;. Nil I'm'r Arinv Sturt' a.d trt.. t.'di. .'m'.r' ,
Her 13. ;
Neither official anticipated difficulty In Local Finance children-George. Tuesday at the Park Theatre. five day or $25: ; Itrndfnrd ("oii'in T f!,'>:r.ili tf I".i'"ii.ibl!i. :\1. an.i MrW -
; Henry
.Toann. 10. Ronnie. 6, and Kathy, around W. C. T. U. Noiiii..in.: :;:< W. I.I.'I.;..
The revolves a
in raising the $300.000. plot Fudge: Jr.. running stop sign foi Fill IJKXTSix: r "!'] unfurnishid -
2 are still with her mother Mrs.
which is an estimate by consulting widow who vacillates between feited $10: Tommy Reanies. driving lioii-e. Ii i'i'i.. -it: Ca; llotncApplum Ul'KUKK STAMPS n.J.. t" "rder
Manning. her Tilt; Ji LV .MKKTI.M: : : ; OF Tilt: e Itclig I dater. niimberers. '."'rd' I '''iils
engineers Reynolds. Smith and trying to please friends yet without a license. 25; fine ISesloijIelamps Brltl.ro ,
Hills of Jacksonville.Jaekson Shown By Budget Her husband Anthony George attempts to maintain her love W. U. T. I. \\ ILL I'.F.: IIF.LD nun lit It TKNTIINMr.HSUtY- Telegraph "tn'tt}

estimated Stai kea Herl. i is believed to be living i.i with a man who brooks ho compromise. \\' AFTERNOON: : IX: TIlE ..t4SE3IIILI' \IIIOS HllllllKI: : < 2
Lions All Makr 411 :MudrUllraunahlr
Lawtey KIiY-
population at 5.000 to 6.000. listed (Continued I'rn I'uge, One) Ga. port. N. V. Slate : KOOM. ('OKXF.K: : MAD- ......1'1-;.. euaraatrrd STi.\K: STATE R\XK -- KBTIVANT .

Any information about Mrs. I'O'n: : <1IEHHoTIEIrS i-\s. r. SIIKIMIKIIII: !STIISE 1f, :IIIIT Fl.IEY..
up to 2,000 gainfully employed.SPECIAL by to comment his week. ""With The film is a t'niversal-Inter- Fund Raising StudyA Tll.'l \\'. 'all "t. siarUr 1'b 23: BF.R Frill'
lieu would be appieciated by the A (LASS IX: I'AHLI \\"::\ .\ :\'
out State money the county wouldgo national Technicolor production.
family. director's meeting of the LAW \\ ILL UK (OXDKTKD: FOR SALK-NVw S x 8 x 16 Concrete -
within month.
bankrupt a
: A hOME
> : ?
block. It'"Ym nt $1.50
What do the budgets show about CAP Lawtey Lon: ? will be held Mon per bag. Mortar Mix\ $1.30 per .. i
? 4.H MemberVins Keystone Group day. July 30. according: Doug !STATK HFADQIARTKUS.: : .\1.1.umWIS bag. Bradford Engineering Co l ii ran hate n brand new madern '
Ihrre bed .... )
91. Starke. tf
ph-jne .ru home )
) : ARE: : IKC.F.D: TO rumplete -
Proved Receives PromotionFive Jones president of the club ., 1
conclusively is the fact in .r- detail for which
Honor At CampTerrell ATTF.M THIS IMI'OIJTAXT: FOU IIK.N'T-Furnished garage jou ran par n.. >...
that the greatest portion of Brad- i Ways and means of raisingfunds .. \ rarn. CalJ 'I
md.'rn.nvnjencps. n \
apartment n fcBOM ,
? ltte
officers of the KeystoneCivil MKKTIXG.SQUARE; : ? ttumf
ford money goes into school in- and a review of the costsof Adult Phone 1S3-W Mrs. A. }.'. and r,plaln the rupu.lilo.,
struction. This basic county Green son of Mr. and Patrol Squadron have received -j Sauls, 633 McMahon St. tfchg '"'' ,"'' low don" parGI.'t. I

Mrs. Roy Green of Brooker was their permanent ('om mis- : building: the proposed clubhouse Bionthl.r parmeni. like rent I.
function takes 59.71 per cent .
toted best squad leader during sions. according to commander will\ be discussed he said. Fl.OHID.HE.I.T\' CO.
( $589,298)) of all\ the money spent
4-H Club Camp at Cherry Lake j 'I 11t": 1\ !o'l'\Uhll
by the county.No Bert Christoffers.Permanently The regular bi-monthly meetingof Of Starke
last week. County Agent G. T. DANCEAT Two hnl room borne, rr.rnllrr.lonr. ( ... I
other item can hold a candleto commissioned as the Lions: was held last Thursday Cu7 \.dr. w. II. SewcH
Huggins announced yesterday. ITrfl fool lot fruxtlaicl.urrd : A. J. Thomas
this school expenditure. The second lieutenants are Harry Baker. -j at Joe's Grill .klrrrl xbrubbrrjand ) I
I : Terrell was leader of one of the Ted Oglesby. Miss G. Edelstein I on Highway Iruil .0'..... C.ara" and workhup. 353: Templee.. i>|. ggj
next largest item is a mere 8.06
301, with about 14 members : THE .. "ai.4NI.4H. Some 'Iaaa.I I MarLr. FloridaKIJ' I
in 72 pres-
eight squad which boys and J. D. Legal officer;
per cent ($79,575)) spent for main- mug; ran be arraisged.FLORIDA ; I
from Bradford and other countiesin ent. Vice-president Hubert Priest
M. I'uckett was commisiYoned as' WI':
tenance and improvements to my ANO ''
I Slr: > n'R-N''
trained and presided in the absence of Jones. REALTY CO i Tl'H
this area
county buildings and school played a first lieutenant. I Klrod t'urllll" .
last week. Huggins said that the I FRIENDLYSTOP Of Starke i ,_jione 4. It"b"
r I houses. The regular squadron meetingwill j i .
Maintenance of county roads leadership qualities demonstratedby be held at the airport head- XOTICK ii i (Guy Andrews. W. B. Sewell, RENT A fAS Automat.. net Wa

i calls for 5.90 per (,cent or 59036. young Green were" outstanding quarters building Friday at 8 p.m. j I am bringing this case before I' A. J. Thomas) 1 er per Heater.month. Slade Serxice r.:..Free,. i'? tf.hl$1'.

A of the for during the week's encampment. I 3 Temple Ave Telephone 383
I majority money is the County Commissioners to give >-> STAXDAP.n: SIZE lot

road crew salaries. Another Bradford County campier C of C Will Tally me justice. I have had two war- Starke, FloridaWAITUKSS Al-o repair on h"u'.h.lj mowed fr ele.I.::.

I I.nv Enforcement Johnny Devore son of Mr. and rants taken out. and P. D. Reddish tnral apptianrnsiirh as toast
era irons ,
; Law enforcement Mrs. J. R. Devore of Lawtey. won Memberships At Meet Each Phon.. UIISCI. and fan.
and the Friday 4H-J,
I ju. hasn't served either one. I I Night WAXTEr'alI 91 16-1. 31p ; ::
diciary which includes supportof !distinction by tying for first place had turned the place over to De- I! & (; Truck Stop frhg

the sheriff county judge and Jin a vegetable judging contest that Starke Chamber of Commerce Wilt Jones for funeral expenses STROUT REALTY
cour? of instruction will\ be tallied ata :MUSIC BY TilE runI.EI'.f I'ilor-! OaStove
like officials ;Climaxed a memberships up
amounts 3.99 owed See Wil- '
on my wife's It irfl > 'ndii.in.' Largest In The
per (cent or 38648. 'by Joe Norton vegetable gardening meeting of the Board of Direct-1 I took Otis Knight two weeks to lam Silc"\ ->n '!101 BUDding Kd.WIIHN World

OF One rather large item is debt I specialist with the Florida Extension ors Monday at 1:30 p. m.. man' make the deeds out. (Signed) j Dixie Rhythm BoysALVAREZ' :so
!service which results from Bradford Service. Devore scored ager Marian Howe announced this (, Henry Griffisj IX :NEED OF FARMS RANCHES:

County's bond program for'373 points out of a possible 400 to week. '' I Landscaping Land Clearing Retirement Hornet
THEM% I 1 tp Ga.
I school construction. This item tie for first place. I I I Reminding the Chamber's annual Fill Dirt I'ating Driveways Station IniestmenUMoteN

takes 4.09 per cent. or 40360. Nineteen Bradford 4-H boys attended membership drive still is un- feat Humus Building Sand :

1953 I The item by item analysis does the camp. derway. Mrs. Howe urged memobel's STORE Men's Clothing 1jJ (\.,.'ter ShellW. .1-..'.....h with 1>.).0'an. .fur.alll.q.I...fur.. Mle _
I good
have its bright side. Contary to to renew memberships before I Established 1894 S I.:t: saleable. pruprrl>.

frequent reports about the coun- War Invasion StoryTo the meeting Monday."We Located :3 mi. 'I of Stark .a
FORD I. !>. :(01JOIIMK
ty's soaring welfare obligations would like the drive to be L. THICI'EN; JR
Open At FloridaA : IH>SB: >, n.....
only 2.97 cent ($29,342) is complete as possible by Monday. 2UJlton Rd.
per lit. 2 -- B< \ P. O. Hui aIt 7 Pb. _
( CONVERTIBLE welfare. said Mrs. Howe "so the directorscan $50 $100< $300 Stark. ,0 I
actually rent on Butit NEED CASH? -- -- -- i'HOXK 29.J I'loria
love around
is true that the Bradford Coun- story revolving plan intelligently." I Starke, Hi.
New Top Whitewall takes war-time action of the invasion: of }oi; UK.ST TV... .
ty Hospital another 5.87 percent PROMPT: COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL: | H..m It, ?, .
Tire Radio Heater Automatic France unfolds in "D-Day. The Brange, hot wairr n. 'I" j iLL
( $58.000)) '
RR Express AgencyTo AI.E-I'ln""PI.J. I'tarflieap heater. '| h"'ua,. ,
Foil r. l ,
', ,
I Transmission A The bright side of the picture Sixth Of June. which staits a MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. Jr:* \\ Andreu. lit. :i. ls..x 2ft. .'oI-\\' or see at 11 ; ,, I', .. !J4.I.,'.

I ,, also includes administration costs.This three day run at the Florida Close SaturdaysThe old I.aK. Hutl-r eudfd roart. lip -adi4tJga- -II-. gut> _',-' .

I IteautyALSO : Item. for all county operatIOfl.S. i! Theatre SundayThe 218 W. University Ave. Phone FR6533JGainesville "'ol: I.EXT-Tuo ledr...... 1-um .
takes 5.98 per (cent or $59.- film's stars are Robert Starke Railway Express Fl 'I: KK.VT: -'"'0 tag-; f'-ur roomsfm low .n. smallleal -w.u.-J lh.
Fla. inched. l--fiiifr.it..r. shower.1gtit Al. j Kiland. l\: ; 1\. .
Richard Todd. Dana W'ntt'r -'Agency !located in'the depot ha: d I"f'r
( Taylor : and uat.r \'l ill pref.-rr 1i"'I 'I'
1955 CHEVROLET 036.The remainder of the items are and Edmond 01 rien. started closing its office: on Sat- $ .'. l II," KmK-.i! 1..01 kf Kingileyrnrt. '
|B.-\ "-'" :-'IP -. }'olt iEXT.y: .. TOOL. t. ,' ,,
2 Dr.. Radio, Heater small The county will spend 1.11per' The story concerns an English urdays. IH'Iicil i.i uiifuriiisl .1 I ,.

cent ( 11.000 on insurance. girl who finds herself in lovewith Permission for c1osmgwas ___li.\\: I.U-e. St i't.n,. .? J I1.1 j

1955 CHEVROLET .hS per cent (tSS.6t10)! ) on agricultural both an English and an granted by the Florida Railroadand 'ON''' IlKllir ii ,,( i In: and\...irMKII around starkrluan : I.' : IEXT--mall M", .
the Grass
2-Ir. Heater : projects and 1.47 per centi American soldier. It is filmed in Public Utilities Commission a Aberdeen Angus Off 9f nonian. 2s fu 40 .\lthkalr apditnient furnish.I !'. .'. ,. .
and .
entrain .
.. .5
i $H..):\j i on such miscellany as i Cinemascope and color. state regulatory body. The local prrlrnre..al.r, plu.pr..rr.d.Guaranl.r" ronimNoiuno. .'I... m'-r-i ,5 .....i.',e" I. ..r','I',' 'I

1953 CHEVROLET I 1.M.I heautifu-atum. uut .'andmg; The D-Day invasion providesthe agency had been remaining open Flte la>. a ....1.. Reply in -". ,! ..;. ,. : :-:1. J'
SELLING 165 FEMALES 5 BULLS ln. F'Ie doe.. a week. llrplr in -
2-Ir. Radio. iiidi-htedness and the like. fiery climax for the story. all day Saturday. on a hand ....ilhl.it... a.Itiuallflfoliims ,uSTKI.' T., IIKXT TIV "j .
Heater I..It..n .
INted and lenteal i.q. (11"-1.. 01| 'I' ,
... Jy fin 'iisj'-'I| Sff \. i. \ ,. .
Like New :\IWFJ.OHW.un'STOfK: :MARKET 'telegraph 11I11.- \\itl onlarl \ .f i
II Starke Scouts Win i Bible College Quartette Appears Here ,..u. Zlrbe. 727 a' nrlll J."d,}. I'ti''ri. I ;' ; ,'

1953 CHEVROLET Inspection Contest ORLANDO FRIDAY AUG. 3 f; \1\':': mri I.I'IX'; f.., ,
-" '--'--- --- -- --- ----- - l.aule> c I'h.... h' "I ', '

Bt'ir? Sport Coupe. t I 'l'i I I: I 1'1.! . .. f "1 ".'-1".1
DuringVeek's Camp, IJECINNINf; PROMPTLY): 12 NOON ..(1' 'U ,-I I .'h'!i i.ii trroiind'i : F' .l: :'.\i./-: B)' ,,st I. '
I Iti i; cHIndual :Miloaue p 1 \ il- .,,1.. j: M I'aVI !-, I-:.".tJ f.t rIling IttI \.
":f -" .\ I I. \l.- I'd..11.! IIIT. ii I.,,,, ,,I"" I.h'' : ,
Radiohitewall Tires. St II k,' 1'V Smut Tump 7l:i I ._ Florida \herdeen- Asocial ion lIoj"; .. _,
"" \ > i I.I.M" Sponsored I l hy \ u" her r and derp, \\l\I l.th \
2-Tone! (;n't'n. A lieauh t :ii.riiibeis! won fust place six time," art *-awv I.., '.
f--: ; tl I ,r. .IIII! inspection competitioi oil" I ., iviui 1 : : KI.I: SAI.K: -..1I. :22.:;. knonn ,'.4\ -'
1953 CHEVROLET while! at Camp Echokotee last -- .- I. .- \ St "I'lair, iinl .Adkin St2tp o" n. r ,.: "! siuiFOI '.
>vk < +; ':.-,. :. kI'TV :;- 8 :; 1:1 :!. HI'x i. ; St... I
2-Door! ) Clean I AV'- '
On the week's camping trilnejr ]:1I' "I: .- \ i.i: !J..I .'h.'r.ldttn.: : SALK--i!:.i'i ,1 I I1re. M
-.1; i"K ,'. \Vli.tehrad.. '.. ;,n.j| Kit. ti ,I' .". "
.\1.1.Bon.; : CARS Orange Park were HaniCiraham. : -. > F.... am .-. Ml *. Tnni >'illr\r I:? I. .--r. .
Sonny Lawson floberFailand. Florida .
THOROrtiHLYRECONDITIONED I ,.: ,. 1.1. Ti". .. I 1..1 ",,ri iS.'i. | '
Robert Edmondson. Sidn. ServiceAll ... .. .,. ,, .
: : .n h.. 'i." 't large IST- '*-''r-.jd "alk-r I.,, .,, !
.-\ Gm iffms. Terry Walters. Wither I' "I.'., ".. : "'. \v ::iij k, :: f""al.. d..g ll.i.-k .-,,| W |h, ..
"Jnwer. andss't Scoutmas- with hart andar..- '. ..1 l II!..,! >, _
1949 DODGE l l..i: (.I.VT:: n-'u iniis.f with 2 "II flank Lost lu-t Min'da, :.,
tem ("h.ulesIamre Jr. .. ,, .
i.-- \ !I. 1' i.!" k from Will paal.v < f..r I.J|Vih
l-Dr. with Heater While at camp the seven boy:s h'" i'd'ofl.Il-' "r<-nt. 2I', K.tkn <-\ will l..t iiL'. KH.-.I I.l.,,. !'
\" I St K--x n.-\t ilunr. tf rhg Starlinit. FI .>, Hi.M.] .;. -s-ni .
engaged in such Scouting phase:s FJa
See These Clean. I.cx'al Cars as markmanship archery. lif. Work Guaranteed Free Estimates -PK'M.U.; FIIII'XVVI> ""Tl :r.\y 1'1'' I
Priced -f-.r washed and t"li-hed! $.*>..0li.Hnff' F"I-SIt-fln. 00 x 2n trii.-k ..
Right at frnii..iiitfd
saving! wood working boating Fully Equipped ... DependableAll 1, Atlantic; !SVn. "-. 322 Tem- on flat riM, K..und'n,
anoeing. and swimming. i.l- \\r. rti'-n- ;; ItchKLirKXSF.r ,I '.LtaI k'- \.inlly.. 1".1'.... ...
;\ offj ..
All! were woiking toward meri Makes and Models i Jr' :1 1Iar 1/

badges or seeking to meet re > P.EAI'TirUVVANTEH: "('K *M F.-\III..ma:. c.,, ,.1".1.| t
fio'Kl<< .ntart Kut.v n.a.hmt10 ,
quiremer.ts for Scout advancement opportunity ai-c 'apat.it> 1'art !
.Inhn nhone 14'" tfche Thoatre
.- ..... CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV 1ti:! I

CHEVROLET CO. During the week. Life Soou t The Toccoa Fall.. Bible College Mived Quartet Hill present a program I.oST town-.K'tween plattir frame.":20 N. St.prf'cl'riptifon'lair and F'R i ihed TtEXT-Furni.hfd or Mnfnrn- ,

Hank Graham of the Stalk.i> of go-pel music at the Gospt-1 Tabernacle Tuesday night; July 31, atr Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone KI"c-! Reward Return in T ", U- Ia7mlntli..,. .....at ntl KinK-Nv!tp \

-ora SERVICE troop was elected to the Orde: '::30 oVItM-k.. .Members of the musical team are students at Toccoa 239 Starke, Fla. the Telegraph ItrhK.f !: \r
PAYS DIVIDENDS" of the Arrow. one of the highes t Falls Bible College. an interdenominational Bible school in North ""< J'F.ST-\I.'h' furns-h 4 -'"'W".nvilV;! rtridar ...to M.ndav an. fr.n
4 honors a scout can achieve.On OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY r.. m hf IM> large ... reined frontt fall 10-: W ',
1 'or. CM and Court Streets iivwgia. This group U now on tour of 11 states and \\ill be ace'urn- .r. h P'.entx: >.f -hadtr: .... liiI
Friday the boys went on :I ', :. r ''':'.:> ip-1 Tifat t "' s *
T-u'v "
p Star e, Fla. fiv mile hike The: leturned ti panied here by Ke. Hendon Brown evangelist and group leader uhoI -- \\ '.,. -' ,' ,. '.. : ,-J VxV.-I. ,,. d a11I W\, ylil'h'I"h' -, .,I.
St.uk- S.t:.d .13. I Mill speak after the musical pro r.lm. The public is in\it..d. -- -.-- __- .% .-" --- :P !' t r '; .d ; v. N i. Fr" -" "