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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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t ;- ) ';.?LI 7Z. : County- School Taxes Hiked By One MillCrisis







f Instruction Unit Adopts $708,392 Budget
OverHighway School Saturday NightKlansmen
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U ; Burden Opposes Race Fund Shift I Slate :$708 ;W2 I'udjrt-t' embodying a one mill hikf w.;1' ", i 1"11 .

all adopted ,by, tho Bradford
County School Hoard ..< ,
o17 Earmarking For Vote Machine PurchasesHit public hearing Saturday

Lifted By StateBradford Meet In CountyAn The tax ,
By County Officials increase > : > i 1"

4 Power Failures 20 nulls, the maximum ",:,,,,.' "

under State law.
; There \ '
vprotests :1"
outofiountman, who cie-
.- fount.v wont havet ill the allocation of Brad <
Spirited opposition to changes at the meeti!:j; .'

a .. bear that the 20 expense miles of of added malntaimng ford County's race track money which amounts to $li-1.000') a dined member tu tf of identities the Ku Klux except Klan a.; Move OfficialsTo adoption was unanmiou-- i \ t. .

secondary road after all. I a year. popped up in School\ Hoard meeting Saturday. said Thursday the Klan will meet five-member board.

Members generally looked with I : The increased nullifje ..sfcctive 0''
Saturday night at 8'SO m on
session of the p
1100.loa..I'1 Legislature The special meeting this week 'I i alarm at a report that Sen. Charley I wagon if we can I don't thinkwe I U.S 301 two and a half m:les Seek Action for Critical the 1937 Condition; calpmiu \ ." t'

j.icture of in.mnxhlnrstill d..tro.ftl Saturday on Water Oak in Tallahassee passed a bill 'I E. Johns is proposing: leallol'ai can ride very far with that." i south of Starke.
County School
I tion of some $30,000/ for purchaseof \\ ill\\ Consult JnhiisSapn The ,: Supt lIar'n ':-
of still Mixture ofthicken i news source, who was on-
('reek shows! the i-itniponeiit part ofx-ration. requiring the State to maintarn I I P. Morgan offered the '

fml. sugar and uater I.. allowed to ferment three days and 2,000 miles of road which I[ voting machines. was in favor of a resolution -I ginally\ contacted by the Telegraph Staike city officials arc seri- with the comment budg-

I Referring to the fact that Johns : opposing reduction of the i spent three days confirming (ouslv concerned with recent electrical that "we'rethe I'
the Florida Road -
175 Department
buil.111'0 boiler temperature readies degreesalcohol
then pUtetl in i I same sort of cntu-.il *
and Rep. Doyle E. Conner havesole School Board's .share. Instead. the mndi :"r
redassified from to I I meeting site and time. All\ power interruptions and
travels through pipe to condenser. In ('on&I..n..r. primary we were in last
vaporizeand 1 II control of special acts governing the Board :generally agreed its I contact was by telephone. i they're doing something about it. jear
I
into and C'UOlI'.. out 'shine. Beverageofficers secondary. I "For the second ,
is roolril liquid as of wev
share year
vapor ,
the county's R. A. LeGieen While
<
| The impact of reclassification attorney displaying full cooperation City Clerk Carl Johns said he

arrested three Highland men at the still. I( on Bradford was to shift I State racing money. County would "talk to" Johns. I he emphatically declined to had telephoned the city's consult- our cut maintenance fuel to the bone An:

maintenance of 20 miles upon School Supt. Harmon P. Morgan Lawson said he understood the be identified. ing en'ineersRrynolds/' Smith and utilities item "s
I trimmed so close har.--h
a
i 1 No commented' initial agreement was for the Asked for more specific directions and Hills of Jacksonvilleand winter
STILLBeverage the
NAB THREE AT county. one was par- | would catch short"
ticularly happy about it, be- "If Charlie and Doyle do it. hospital to get about $.".0000 of to (he meeting site, he commented told them "something must toe us '
Morgan
Bradford I'm going:: to invite them down to racing money to get it over the "You can't help but see 1 done" to restore uninterrupted explained lastear -
cause already spends "
: budget:
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contained $ 000
$30,000 a year to maintain its make out the school budget" hump of the first year's operation.I it. You! can see it for three or service" An (engineer will arrive the lowest> for maintenance -

Split Three \a>s There after it four miles." budgeted byany
Agents usual 47 miles of secondary would get a $10,000 j ji I Monday. Florida

roads. The ral.inmonE'Y/ currently is i a year subsidy In addition the !I II Since State law forbids hoodsin : Power failures in the city plant county. ThIs'I'ar -

r'' Now the crisis is over. TheLegislature's divided equally between the Coun- I county provides money for indigent public places, the meeting willhave have been rather frequent in the

(:, action strips theI Commission.. the School Board. I patients. to be on private property.But ''past few weeks. One of the most Political DeathBeing

Make Shine RaidState I reclassification of significance. anti the Bradford County Hospital. : Morgan said. "The hospital's the Klansman declined to say recent was Tuesday night, when

1 I except possibly for road map I Each is slated to get $53.000 in I getting/' .r.0,000 a year and I don't who owned the meeting site south j; city patrons set up an anguished chairman of the Bradford .
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renumbering. the next fiscal year. see how they can use it all." of Starke. !I howl because it blacked out television's .School Board appears to

down in II The three-way split is a compromise I he sure
and Federal beverage agents swooped a $64.000 Question in some political death.
Only previous mention of voting "That land belongs to the Klan I
and nab- which followed a lengthy sections of town. At least that's the sentiment
wooded northwest of Starke Saturday \ ,
area
heavily ;; machines was made in the for 48 hours he commented. "We
I land heate j controversy last year. I Johns attributed of Chairman j. E. Brown, who
!
the
moonshinestill. <
the site of week-old
at Poolroom power
bed three Highland men a Charge last meeting of the BradfordCounty i, leased it. so it belongs to the
In accordance with the compromise failures to an overloaded switchboard lost out a.. a candidate for reelection -
Commission. Circuit Court Klan. I
50-gallon; barrels of mash. whichis Johns and Conner enactedthe I 'I i in the old section of thepower to the School Board
an illegal Clerk Charles The full
Arrested for operating Darby was requested man requested news
a mixture of grain (usually last May
necessary legislation TheyeoulI I
still were Nathan Mo!Jey. Donald Leveled Against 1 to look into cost figures, and. coverage and a "fair break" in plant. Although two of
cracked corn as found in chickenfeed I Commented
it. Brown
change/' the city's : "Mho'sgoing
Mosley and J. D. Padgett. Fed- he expects to have them rounded news stories. I new generators: are in
), sugar and water. This mixture The subject was broached Saturday :, j operating condition, their to get thi. ('ha1nnan'tjob
eral authorities : sometime this month. '1i Reports in a Jacksonville power
assumed juris- news-
must ferment for three days '! by Board member H. A. up 1 still must be transmitted ? Seems like whoever gets
diction of the case. I Starke paper Monday said the Klan through
before "cooking7In ; Operator Lawson who said Johns had approached i the old switchboard. the chairman's job gets beat."
The men were apprehended at! would meet in Starke Saturday
the Water Oak operation, the I I I
him about the prospects He the
circuits
the site of the still, which was cooked in 250- allon i I Starke Officers The meeting was billed as the" said are overloaded ,
mash was a
; of earmarking $30,000 for from 25 to 40 cent, and budget contains $8,000 for
per maintenance
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on an old woods road about a mile I pot. The fermented mash wai, Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown and voting machines. The School] third in a series of public meetings kicks off .
power automatically be
south of Wilbert Starling's resi between 175 and 212 degrees three city policemen raided the aimed at increasing Klan I |
: heated |i Board. the county and the hospitalI fore the overload can damage Morgan blamed much of the
dence. The still was located on which fired |I Starke Billiard Parlor See membership.The .
in this pot, was Monday I each would contribute 10000. Early Okay i : the That school
plant. explains the interruption system's financial troubles
Water Oak Creek about two miles ;. by a high pressure kerosene blower I! night and arrested Wesley Bryanfor Shut Down Schools Telegraph checked the re-' | ,,
I -there's plenty of on restrictive directives from Tallahassee -
west of U.S. 301. i I unit. allowing minors to loiter in a poi t locally with no success. Then I' power I
I Supt. Morgan's reaction wasimmediate. but the demand overloads the where the Minimum
Big CapacityNathan Moonshine used to fire I pool hail.County. it telephoned its news source. '
be\'er-I: up i i He said. "I'm oppo.'ied.i For Natural Gas : lines. Foundation Program is administered
Mosley told the I with wood. but they modernized Judge T. A. Yawn set | who had been quoted as a Klans -
1 i Chailie does it. we'll have to
Johns
i ; said the city is about .
age agents the still belonged to : because wood smoke is easily detected bail at $800. man in newspaper reports several I'i
shut down the schools. !i ready to change over from a Subsidizes S him, and he paid the others at i. 1 weeks ago.He .
He by agents. The officers found three youths "If they trim $10000 from our Two Starke officials returnedSatuirdayt I 2,400 volt system to 4,160 volts. Tlw -program subsidizes lo 'al
the rate of 50 cents a jug. <
I I Since alcohol turns into a gas i ages 14, 16 and 18 in the identified himself zs "jusl't I
budget, we'll either have to cut i.orn Federal k Power I Once
said the still. when full accomplished, new switchboards schools, with Bradford to receive
running
,i ai475 degree. it leaves the mash Call St. establishment. State law a member" of the Klan and a.
,Uaat had a capacity of five gal- 1 J everyone's salary or cut out jani- I Commission hearings in Washington .. : can be put into use and $554,701, this year. The countiehowever -
the
as a vapor leaving behind forbids pool hall operators from I greed to secure information concerning '
torial service. the
will
interruption cease. must furnish
Ions minutes. som.
every six I grain and water (which boils at. allowing anyone under 21 to play I j I firmly convinced Florida willhave the site and time .
Making the raid were three. i "The restrictions in Tallahasseei The Jacksonville engineer arriving matching money.
212 degrees). After cooking. the pool or loiter on the premises.The I authorization for natural
State beverage agenK including:. i are so stringent, that's about all Monday will check the distribution "Back in 1919," said Morgan

Johnny Creen and E. E. Burney. mash is worthless. raid Monday was the second the leeway we have And we've i gas by Jan 1. system so the power "Biadfori needed only seven mill
ir
The alcohol vapor is trapped I| one on the Starke Billiard I Bradford Slated
and two unidentified Federal then funneleethrough I I alr3dot some of the lowest Both :Mayor W. T. Jackson and chane! can be accomplished soon. i Ito match State funds. This veu
of the
top pot. Parlor within a two month :
agents. They struck about three condense pertoil. teacher salaries in the State. We City Clerk Carl Johns anticipated "We're going to get to the bottom it will take about 12.
into a ] .
a pipe In the June raid. office!"!,
In the afternoon. shortly after the I several feet away. Purpose ol r found seven boys under 21 in the only get teachers after they're the FPC will grant the authori- As Headauarters of this next week." promised "We're simply up; against tn'

still was sighted and reported that the condenser is to cool the vapoi, establishment. i turned down everywhere else. '' zation. The two testified in be- John (Continued on Page Four,

morning. I and thus turn it into the cleai r In that caseV.. A. Bessent : Board Members E. A. Sapp half of natural ,

Sheriff P. D. Reddish who was I( liquid. which purchasers know a:i i pleaded guilty and paid a $200; commented, "There's no place toi gas at the FPC I I In (U. S. District Court I

not Invited to participate in the moonshine. fine. Judge Yawn told Bessent i replace the money if they take it hearing Friday. For Parole PostA

said he had not heard of a We better off that said
laid : away get They they garnered their
Car Radiator :, then "If you're convicted again
still operation in that area until I (c opinions from talks with
Unique about the Water Oal t; on this charge I'm going to award i attorneys
he told about the arrests. and other official State parole officer serving
was operation was the condenser. Th? the maximum penalty." $25 Monthly ; participating Bradford Bank Bandit Gets
Union and Baker
Since then he said he learned it at the hearing. counties -
vaporous shine was funnelet j I Maximum penalty is $1,000 fine will establish
headquarters
in
had been operating a week. through a Chevrolet radiator'. or 12 months in jail. The hearing was held upon the Starke
Circuit
Agents found and destroyed 400 around which water was flowing:. Besides Brown, officers t"i petition of the Houston Texas Gas I Judge George L.
part : : Patten said this week.
of a vital moonshine Prison Workers'Pay \ 10 Year
pounds .sugar. The cooling effect of the water". pating were Policemen Shep Tome i and Oil Corp. Starke has con- The new officer will be one of SentenceThe

ingredient.Also forty.five.\ reacting on vapor within th hnson. C. Moore and Riley SweatIn i tracted with the firm for natural 17 authorized by the special legi=.-

destroyed were radiator reduced the vapor to liquid other cases during the week, '! I gas. J: lative session. A $155.000 appro-

ready for bottling. i I Judge Yawn sentenced three for Hike Okayed I The city proposes a $300,000' priation was provided for the increase bold armed bandit who held employees! of the flori-

Council 0 Get I Cool water from Water Oak driving offense.. They were Arthur -| ;I bond-financed natural gas program -'I I of the State Parole C CCommission's da Rank at Starke captive and made off with $28.448 was

Creek was furnished the condenser Pelham Jr., reckless driving; | which would include conversion -! staff. > :sentenced in U. S. District Court Friday to 10 years in
A $25 a month cost of living : '
by a gasoline powered pump. Andrew P. Halven. improper pa.sing : I of the city-owned power plant Job of parole officers is to conduct :i"ISIJII.

: Because of the need for water : Peter Janeszewski. reckless pay raise for all 196 employees of'the .a? well as distribution to household pre-sentence investigationsand has to be in the mind of a person
Finance
Report State Prison at Raiford Drawing two year sentences
was
most stills are located near driving. All were given $25 fine ,I enacted this week by the special patrons. i I supervise paroled prisoners ,were two accessories, who ad- who circumstances went in "there under those

creeks. 01 10 days.Voter The Houston Texas Company is The six county Eighth Judicial
session of the Legislature. J mitted accepting some of the

On Free PowerThe ; Twelve 50-gallon jugs of shine The pay hike is effective Aug. seeking to team up wtth the'' Circuit now has one -- B. C. Clayton ':'I bank loot. All but $254 was recovered Testimony disclosed the Reid
woman is married to
were confiscated at the Water Books Open 1. Coastal Transmission Corp. to' who is stationed in Gaines I a man now-
I time and has a
serving 2yearoldchild
Oak site. build a $174 million line from ville. ,
The bill was sponsored by Sen. i' i The bandit was Clinton Emil r he has been for "fi
The shine is about 70 proof, as western gas fields to Florida. Its'' Judge Patten said the officer caring -
at
Starke Council its
City Charley Johns. The $65,000 total Withmgton. 19-year-old Cecil nancially."
compared to the 90 proof of commercial Political petition before the FPC stationed in Starke has not
Quiet was yet
will sup-
next Tuesday getthe also
meeting | appropriation i iii to provide Field sailor who pleaded guijty' to
brands. Although gener- been selected but the Parole It also disclosed that Fredrwk-
ported by some 40 Florida cities
statement it sought funds at1 :
financial for a second physician : entering the bank July 5. tapingup
all thought more potent beverage 21 industrial plants and four state Commission has requested office I. son believed" she was single and
p Bradford Enterprises. Pres. the
from prison. i! some employees and threatening -
said the shine Si'emstmngl'r in the Courthouse. intended to marry her. Lawyers
bodies.
Guy Andrews said this week. agents Settles In City Johns told the Legislature that : governmental space /' others when they arrived for
because it us not properly The effect of the new appoint- I for the girl said she had "everyintention"
told Chamber of Commerce the time Jackson said the line would
Andrews in of plenty and prosperity pipe work then making off with the I
filtered anJ agedVandelism ment will be to provide a parole !, of telling the sailor
directors Monday that. in Florida, Raiford em- have a pumping station every 100 loot after the bank vault's time I I

Bradford Enterprises would be' Omnious doud- may be pilingup ployees are in economic distress." miles or so. and each station would officer for each Circuit Judge in lock went off. about her prior marriage and had

more than glad to give an ac- At Negro on Starke's horizon each afternoon Johns during the regular legislative employ 15 to 20. I the Circuit one for Judge John talked to another lawyer about a
but weatherand A. H. Murphree in Gainesville and Miss EdIth House of the U. S. i[ divorce. She and Ferdnckson furl!
.'ounting of monereceh'ed : they're strictly session last year sponsoreda "It sure would be nice If Starke' District office in Jacksonville
Unit Is Blamed On another for Judge Patten in Attorney's I been sharing the same apartment
monthly from the city. Andrewsalso I, not politics.That's jvmilar $25 raise for Prison employees got a pumping r.'ation, along with advised the Telegraphthis I I :
Navy Masking
Starke. TapeTestimony
of the Chamber I For SchoolNo because the most striking but the workers '.
is president Distaste -- never that payroll, he commented.
week that
Withington was showed
I "This is really a good thing.." Withington,
the thing about this year's City of the I
received hike.
Bradford Enterprises is pay City Atty. Arch Thomas Jr. accompanied commented Patten, "because the sent to the Federal Reformatoryat armed with a .32 calibre revolver
17 Starke election, slated for
which sparked location one knows exactly why Sept The bill was vetoed by Gov. Le-
irpamzation officials to
11 the Starke ,: case load is so large and the need Chillicothe Ohio, for clavufica-. broke into the bank at 2 am .
of the Big r vi Manufacturing windows are broken out of the is inactivity. Roy Collins, upon the request of '
Washington. They were gone tion. until
for accurate pre-.vntence investigations slept 6 am., tied up some
-
The books been
Co. in Stk It sc1dertificates new Negro s<'hool in Starke. hut registration have L. F. Chapman, then the Prison's ,
:i three daysChamber:! II Two Others Involved nine bank employees with
Navy
is so acute.
13 and about
since July ,
Harmon P.Morgin open only
to help finance the County School Supt. superintendent. Chapman said I '
< "direct five citizens have registered And The Parole Commission is hold- The other two implicated in the masking tape as they arrived" for
,
building.The ", speculates it's in the appropriation was based on an I
distaste there's reason to rush r.nce thei I ing merit examinations to estab- crime were Marvin Fredrickson. work.
proportion to the students; incorrect number of employees.
City Council at that tmeazreed for svhool." i books close at noon Saturday. and the increased pay would have Officers lish eligibility lists for hiring the 19-year-old Cecil Field sailor and II After the time lock went off at

to contribute monthly for : Aug. 11. : 17 parole officers. Kxaminations Mary Ann Reid. 23. a waitress and 9:10: a.m., he calmly collected the
Morgan said he wouldn't blame resulted in the dismissal of some
10 vears. i sum equal to the com will be held in Tallahassee this wife of a man now serving a prison -I loot in two cardboard boxes and
the school's stiff or teachers.lie i In addition to lack of interestby 20 employees. I
pany's utility bill. The money Eye Prospect For week. Others will be staged" term. Neither participated dire drove his car to Cecil Field for aday's
said boys doubtless sail rocks the voters, there appears to Johns, who made his anger apparent .
on the I work.i .
to fifty off mortgages i 1 throughout the state. tly in the robbery.
I I
through the windows in the dead be a dearth of candidates. Dead- at the time, said the appropriation -
building. goes through the Chamber The jobs pay $4,200 a year. plu1-, Fredrickson was sent to Chilhcothe i The FBI said it arrested the trio
'of although "you'd thinkthey'd line for qualifying is noon Aug. figures had been basedon
night
: ''
of Commerce as a bookkeeping New travel expenses.Lightning while the Reid woman was after receiving a tip from a "con-
:j :appreciate a good school : 21. but no one has announced or the Prison's own estimate. HeadquartersThe "
matter. sent to the Federal Reformatory fidential source. They were apprehended -
: enough to take care of It." 'I coughed up the qualification fee. DeWitt Sinclair, the Prison's I
noting paymentswere for Women at Alderson. W. Va. in Jacksonville about
Council,
The The subject came up when Morgan -, Three City Council seats --- now present superintendent told the Bolts Hit ,
$250 monthl8 \'. Starke Chamber of Commerce Miss House speculated the Navy nine hours after the robberyI
approaching I informed the School Board I held by Ewell Lawson. T. C. Telegraph there is little liklihood
its Home Of R. S. Marco would give the two sailors dishonorable -I When arrested, the trio had
ked accounting by in its office on
cramped
for an
Saturday that the Starke :-:i'grcJ'hool I (ICliffi) Hazen and James A. Lewis of a veto this year. I'
dif.-harR'es. but she did $3,400 in a gift-wrapped box
Au? 7 meeting. had its full quota of stud, -- and becoming vacant. None of Although he has not seen the the Courthouse grounds. is keeping I

. Andrews said the city pavir.ents "- 1 ents" Commented, Board membei. the three has expressed d.re to I bill he said, "if the appropriation a weather eye open for new Lightning Friday night struck rot know if the Navy anticipated I' which Withington intended" to take
needed if the : : the home of Dr. S. R. Marco additional penalties to Key West where.he was being
be
would not ; withdraw from service and each is 65000. as the press reports quarters I '
H A. Lawson: i
three times within an hour, causing Withmgton asked the Court'smercy i; transferred the next day.
been directors discussed I
building financing had successful. "It must have I've counted 1': i us expected to seek another two- that will take care of both the Chamber : :
OM about $200 damage. at Friday's sentencing: but 'I Hidden In Pillow-
about $29 ,
He said must'vpopped year term. raise and the physican." I the problem triefly at Ionday's'meeting.
windows
broken they ?
wis raised bv certificates. 25. of." : City Clerk Carl Johns speculates They generally agreed I The Starke optometrist said Federal Judge: Bryan Simpson commented Agents also found $23.744 in a

mort- out the bolts destroyed bobbed wire the sailor was "short of pillow case under a bed! .n the
bfirst location would be or I
000 was provided candidates are sh}ing away from the best
additional amount Prison Repair Bill North Temple Ave, where traf-.1 fencing and burned out a water money and decided the wav to apartment occupied by Frednckson -
aee. and an seeking office because the job is'
I Four Slated To Get 'i I pump, telephone and hot water remedy that was to rob a little and the girl. Another $260
bv "fcond mortage. becoming a time-consuming burden Clears Legislature fie is heavy. I

"It'll be a long time before it's University DiplomaFour heavy with responsibil.ty | But they said one parcel avail heater. country bank and get away with was found in Fredrickson's piggy
I There al- thousand dollars"Nersous bank, to which the girl had the
were no injuries several
A $60.0 Tad: off. he commented. "The Council faces such prob- appropriation repair able is too especially

(Mv Clerk Carl Johns told the persons from Starke ar f'lems.': particularly in the financial I the main cell block at the, | parking, with Pres. Guy Andrews I i \j though the entire Marco family Kid i key.The

Chamber the Council siir.pl:>. slated to receive Master of Education : field, that it probably discouragesf ;i State Prison clearei the Florida : commenting that "we have tc), I was at the home. located on the The judge expressed concernWithington's gun. which Withington had
road. Three bolts'I lover borrowed from a friend in Lake
.1 State Farm gunwieldingI
"
"
would lib reports. degrees at University o f f i i candidates he commented Legislature this week. plan for the future.
periodic I i struck at 20 minute intervals. I ,", commenting. "There wire City was found In the locked
.'The hill higher anJ I Florida commencement exercise,s i Johns has said several times i Prison Supt. DeWitt Sinclair j As; a temporary measure, the d ,
is
getting said he fool.shly"was i nine there for an glove compartment of his car
hi her." he noted and the cit. Aug. 11. : recently that the city is in "dire"' t told the Telegraph the money is I determined to approach Arthui 'I Marco "very eight or persons

faces of funds with I 'hey are among 506 candidate:s : financial shape, and the Council I badly needed for painting and re- Williams about use of the lobbjin ,. standing near the pump' ; hour or so under the barrel of a Withington from Empire Nev.
a shortage struck but he! held kid. It's was sentenced for the bank hold- I
------i greater demands for sewer water. wh-> have applied for degrees follow -1 I frequently has thrashed around I IL 'I cement.ng portions of the huge! ,' Hotel Arthur on Tempi j when lightning I pistol by a nervous
itself. Frednckson
it kilIed"Withington from
shocked. He up
not termed fortunate nobody was
was
and lights. Council simph ing the summer school session I the subject of added taxation building. But. for long range planningthe
The
; that "if I Wedderburn. Ore.. was sentenced
ants to know its mont' ''-I; Those from Starke are FlorencT ,i It's a grim prospect of running':: He said cement steps are badlv d.rector decided to inquiri close call protested ,

going. anJ where intimitei1tnvthms : I Brown Mra. P. T Nohn. Mrs;i. for office only to assume the unpleasant worn and concrete hai: > flaked I about (,ilunt '-owned property ir, I'I'a "The next time I'm going tc I had been apprehended, I.wouldn't I as an accessory after larceny and
!: has
no
one but the the girl was sentenced for receiving -
shot
the hand,. M F. Urquhart and Henry J r dut.: of hiking the ti\, fr,m: the walls around .rdo.v the >'i iiin" nf the old VSO build. E' under the bed hke everyone f nave even fired a I
is
wrong with that 'VK J Jnt u on I stolen money
>
- I else he ommented humorously udge replied
ng of the money. Waters. levy .;! :S ind similar: spot; ; ng a- mss from Bradford High I

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I'AGE TWO IKIDVV. AU.t'vr 3, 19>1) f
editorial Farmer's ft

DiaryBy Man alive hut the grass is really fI
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glowing these days. Sam cut .oiiii
to voice
Sam me her thank f.-:
McGarvey the lawn, and
it grew right backup
.o : :1 ;l' in the hospital saying she
Starke's Growth Demands so he cut it again. and now ; i mated the thoughttulnessall Wash Your Clothes
Oswego X. Y. He was building a in a week, it has grown right

pen for some gophers. He says back again. : personnel in carrying out 9 1'ounds
Reform In City PurchasesStarke's : duties. Others in this com-
they are strong and will bust out Only consolation is that thegrass .
if in the fields and pastureis Dea SuAin who have either been con-
they get a chance.
major city officials, the Mayor and S :::growing good too and that ujji 11 : ;: : ; to the hospital or have For 40c!

Councilmen, have been quick with acid comments Stopped at the Dixon place over good for the cows. ('(hint t ''- : reason to visit patients there,
regarding apparent abuses in city purchasing e tluHoughh ?REE Bleach If Desired!
on Kingsley Lake and had a been high in their praise of
practices. Starke merchants, by implication, have very Lester Kite says that his cows of its opening
pleasant time talking with the facilities and the per-- OWe
them. are doing fine. "I' don't know heard
borne the brunt of public criticism.There's many
Visited with Mr and Mrs Les- She: said she enjoys read.ng the when I've seen them looking as time on the --nurses, doctors, order- Will Ii
don't
The merchants
one injustice. appear ter Slade who have a home along Telegraph, and we of course responded good as they are today," he said. personnel and week"i, etc. -
to be at fault. ;
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the shore of Hampton Lake, and by saying that we enjoy be a word [ comments have Dry Your Clothes \
Most publicized of city purchases has been a Some places are getting real residents of
they told us they are planning to writing for it. the air conditioning in
$2.65; self-locking gasoline cap. We think the mer- get out of the contracting busI- 00 "toad stranglers" these days. But county, at such as we've had the For 20c \

chant involved capably handled the situation ness and start rasing chickens Met some folks this week who the showers are local and one der.
when he made these points: ((1)) the price was the ness and start raising chickens are really old time residents ot" place gets drowned out while Mrs. few week ; good food and I.Dew Automatic Driers! i

same paid by other customers, ((2)) a city em- ton was a shallow lake, but the this county the Lester Kites. another gets only a sprinkling.It especially ( So although I believe it's e 1

ployee bought the item voluntarily.That's Slades say it is over 80, feet deepin They are living on a place which that no one wants to
all ,
helps though. ant some of folks the : "
the point. The city was not coerced into spots. S S was Lester settled by his .grandfather. the lakes and rivers are rising heard of in the hospital, if one must go.

doing a single thing. was very busy watching again. to death it Bradford County Hospital is The Washeteria 1
Took a look at our berry patch the baseball game on TV af .
and o o one to choose!
directed at
blast of growing
The next publicity was up
anj there are about a million runner ter it was over, he
the street We ven- gave us a \Ve heard an unusual complaintthis maybe once Sincerely.Mrs. Temple Ave BtagkeDenmark's
grease jobs on city sweeper. plants, and so pretty soon it good story on some of the

ture to say it was true the sweeper was "so grea- looks like we'll start to get the history of the country eaily week. While visiting with there is D. E 11111 -- = ..... ,-,---' -
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some very fine elderly country in the & 1
day
sy it's sliding right by the dirt," as phrased by fever again and start all over. Of Hampton ---- -.- - /

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Such frequent greasing was regular practice. of the high weeds, and the : : 11'
of meeting kin of the ,
possibility
we're the city wasn't coerced into a
Yet sure moccasins he killed there last I
single grease job. year. !

Most recent criticism involved purchase of two e

9x24 tractor tires and tubes. For one the city More rain and wind this week ,

paid $37.31.: For the other, purchased from an- and pretty soon we're going to : _S I
the have to start gathering up some I It
other merchant the city paid $51.51..On sur-
face that $14.20 difference looks like "highway of the sheets of tin roofing which HNtkt
have worried lose and are lying all Factory r t
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merchant's side of
robbery. But listen to the .
around. If it should really startto __ :
the story:
blow we' don't want anythinglike ,' _
"The city had found one tractor tire in town, that lying around. .

but couldn't find another. The workmen were in ; I IOn

an all-fired hurry. I made two long distance After trying about everything

phone calls to locate a tire, then called in my on the market for Leo's Seas, Ii! I III'

truck and sent it to Jacksonville to pick it up. You we finally got some burned oil I III

and I know the city won't approve such expenses. and doused him good with that i

They had to be included in the price of the tire.I Not only did it kill the fleas on ,, II j j'III

think the city got its money's worth. But, frank- him, but it seems to have helpedhis "' I!
Trouble is. after a ,
ly I'd just as soon not do any more city business." mange. he
dog or a hog has been oiled $20,000 Worth of Tables
Here again evidence shows the city wasn't seems to want to return the favor

coerced. and oil you and as yet we do

The treatment given the city police patrol car not have fleas. or. .mange. .

deserves close scrutiny. During the month of
Met S. C. Thomas this week at ,
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June, it was greased five times fora total cost
his fruit stand on Highway 301
of $6.25. Also during June, the oil was changedfive south of Starke who has been At !
for total cost of $10. We don't be-
times, a living there with his wife for the
lieve an automotive engineer or mechanic would past four years. They hail from I

term such special treatment necessary.But Far
ru.L .'011 inns BELOW Wholesale Cost !
coerced in
we're sure the city is not being Scaled bids will be received bv
the ritjr Council of the City of
the matter. Starke at the City Clerk's Office !

The city undertakes to uniform its policemen ill Starke.P. M.Klnrida.on Tuesday until 8-00 the 7th'0.do"k I

and we consider it reasonable to assume this includes day of Augu t. 19JR; at which time

raincoats and caps. (This, strangely lie and publicly place all opened bids received and read wiU on NEVER BEFORE OR NEVER

enough, varies. The city has purchased raincoatsfor the l>following Bular Ka&ulme supplies delivered: City AGAIN Will You Run Across A Deal Like This -- ,

some but Police Chief W. E. Thornton said Tank at City Light and WaterI'lant.

he was never furnished one). We also can under- retailing, Starke. at Florida 40 o per: Iubriratinei.il.s quart, for In Order To Expand Their Line Of Room Furniture
Bradford
Dining
Furniture
stand how city utility employees working in the a required period: of 1-Quart twelve can months and Quart(Size-

rain to restore sewage and electrical service, also can )

must be furnished all-weather covering. But we Twelve months 500,000 supply gallon fii>'l Nun ml.approximately -. Corp. HAS SOLD US THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF ALL TABLES Far Below Manufacturers r

can't understand why such equipment is not purchased IMT r.i to:2 s furl:,. distillate, gc.lvity A.I'I. -- -

in bulk instead of employees stragglinginto Iillat.tra'it\' \.P.I. S2 to "".

local to the stores city.and charging individual purchases to The accept aid or City reject(reserves'1'1'Ot'any or the!STltki all right hid! : Cost -- They Must Make Room For The Dining Room Suites -- We Are

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sly Carl J..hu ( 1'1'I.EIIK
But again, the city isn't coerced. 7'-'> 31 S :tNOIHI ''I
officials Councilmen Selling Them Far Far Below Wholesale Cost All Ill
It appears time for city : '1'0I"I'tan -- Carry The Bradford FurnllureLakel. -

:Mayor, City Clerk and Police Chief elected In Florida(irrull: In Ciinrt.( hanrprv.rhajlotte llrnilfuril. l'auntf, ,

officials all to realize that Starke has reachedthe II U..ui.'t t' I'! i ,>'de I
Hush Fran*. JVnm-u, p. f. i, I i.. SALE LASTS\ 14 DAYS ll
point where "catch can" purchasing is costly vase Ao.. 1" !1'' >" ONLY. :111I llI;
V-IIre To AnnenrTo
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inefficient and open to abuses. : Hugh. Francis I"nll" tt u6 .,'
fault of Starke busi i- re.id.ncr and adilri* t" K- '
The situation is not the Street. Uutsert'ollrijr, :\\\rk, ''I'I

slip-shod nessmen. It practices is the fault to continue of officialdom into infinity.in lock allowing Nt you f..r w are Jt'r dior.-e of-hereby t'y.minor. (:are notified childrenhas cn'1..1\that uinltrol a 1 ,suit- Tables For Every Room And Look At These Prices III J 1

We do not know of a magic key to purchasing been filed against you In the II
trouble-proof doors. But above named Court and cause and _
prob ems.iJehind -- .
the solution may be found in the realm of requiring you your are answer required or to pleading serve! copy to the nt ., --- - i. --. ::"'_ _. '_ .._ __ .- .' '_tI! '-' C".
complaint on the Plaintiff! AttortievJ. -- -- -- -" --- "
written purchase orders from a single department HonaM lirine, 1 'u' linn, I
head perhaps the City Clerk. Florida.Hank Pudding, .Ta, k-"rr. .f.!! _. CORNER TABLES 29.95PICTURE COCKTAIL TABLES

Whatever the solution, a general tightening-ur) and file the original tn the office
.. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
of purchasing practices is sadly needed. With references or before the 27th day ..f AUK"-* e/ REG. $19.95 VALUE
of the 1956; otherwise the allegation of
city
to the "dire" financial shape said Complaint will be taken as Reg WINDOW
officials may be trying to close the door of th: confessed by.you.
This notice shall be pUbllsh..donc.
grainery. Meanwhile, the crop i'is dribblinj, .. each week for four consecutive!
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

through cracks in the floor. graph.Dated tin21rd d.lof July 1"''..'. $19.95
TABLES L E S
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darbv ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court I
Ry Marian L Crosby, r>epn'v '1..rkj'74t '
Better Things In Life v 17UTIt'f /. "" ,I
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: TC APPRtlt Value
I. ('I.alt'cart. llrndfurd ConDtftFlorida CLOSE-OUT
In Small PackagesIt'll .
Come i In ('ha..ry.J
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"- 'ph W.MI'laintiff' t- J "in
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take only a three.minute drive south of (.r-e X.,. I".Notice -!""

Starke on U.S. :01 to ram home appreciation for ToJean Tipprar 11'n.N' !h,,-n r- d!, n .'
the work of the Starke Garden Club 'Il,1tlllr..." i- I'nkiMU'iYou I CLOSEOUT .95 CLOSE 11\\
are hereby notified that a
Or. for that matter. a drive on State toad 100, suit for divorce 5&95 i
hat been filed against you 1C the 5195
both east and west is equally rewarding.For above named Court and cause and 10 OUT
the you are required to serve a copy of I
Abelia planted by
the Crepe :Myrtle and your answer or pleading to the
of Mrs. Frazier complaint on the Plaintiff"
club, under the primary leadership Alt'.iney H '' 1,01,1\.1', 1\ ::1
Shaw and Mrs. J. I). Doyle committee chairmen 1111. (lame-Mile. J-'l..rtl.: ,
and file the original in the oft I.' -
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are providing a blossoming entrance to the city. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa -' -- *:II.-. ---- -'.._ _i[_ II
motorist becomes aware of a or before the
The wayfaring IT day uf August. 1J;:
beauty-minded city, determined that entrances otherwise the allegations of said $17.95
shall not be marred with run-down shacks, careworn Complaint by vou.will be taken a* confessed SEEING IS BELIEVING $17.95LAMP III jI

and unhappy roadsides, and similar factors This notice, shall be publishedonce I
each week for four consecutive END TABLES
which repulse the traveler. weeks In the Bradford County T.lePated Values From $14.95; To $39.93;) TABLES ""I
tinIj dav of Julv. 10;>;
There are tangible benefits. We can imaginethe OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk ,
has dollar and cents of the Circuit Court CLOSE Close-Out Price r
shrubbery !
blossoming
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk CLOSEOUT I.
value motorists determined THIS is the town 7 27 4t i.10TIC1 OUT
as
for a hot meal or overnight stay. And, in the long : OF nTF.\TIO> TO 5C-95 T 0 $ 4.95 II
residents.But ItF.C.IviKK FICTITIOIS N %ME $' 95 1 :
the gains permanent
run. perhaps city Notice Is hereby given that theundersigned 5- $ r.95
we prefer to think of the intangible bene under the provisionsof '
Chapter 10,95:1.: Laws of Florida :

fits. Perhaps we're still smarting from the publi- Acts of 1941. will register with, the _ _ _ _ _ J
when national Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
city blows of World War II days tor Bradford County, State of Flori YOUR CHOICE OF
magazines pictured Starke as a cold harsh, mon- da upon receipt of p-oof of publication MAHOGANY LIMED OAK BLONDE BLACK AND WHITE
of thi notice, the fictitiousname J
ey-minded "boomtime" community interested only of Starke Auto Sales under ,
which I am engaged! in bu-ine-
l in lucre. at ss South Walnut St. Starke. Fla.
We the blossoms transmit to wayfaring R n. Hammond P. O. Box 1107. FREE DELIVERY 124 h
hope Starke, Fla., sole owner.Hated 2 WEEKS SALE :::1
and
motorists some of the community's warmth thi- ::ih day of July AD. ifs
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111 at StarKe. Bradford KITE TABLES
appreciation for the better things in life. Perhapsthe Florida. In Bradford, Clay, Baker, Union And

motorist becomes aware that Starke is a small 7"-7 it9IT Columbia Counties. Will Save Ad And Bring In With You I
head with pride, well aware Ship Any$27.95 Value
town holding its high Circuit C"oart Bradford Conmtr, I

that the better things in life come in small pack- Florida A.; Alexander IB Chaacery.Caldwell Plaintiff. \- where By R.R., Freight, Central CLOSEOUT II i
Frances J. Alexander, Defendant .95 PLENTY FOR EVERYONE"Many
ages.For Case No t0-16s M Truck, Or Express To Anyone You 9
this the entire community owes the Starke Order of Pabllntloa wad Notice to i
Appear Slate e( Florida To Desire. '
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Garden Club a heartfelt "thanks Frme-. Alexander, whose resdenre ;- :: I
and addre--- 113 Urban Made Of Solid Ash- Other Values In ll,

i252.5'ill525' .smsmsmsm lina.Tou Ir..t.'lnHun.S..ltm. North Caro All Are Cartoned Ready For Shipment 1 Drawer Choice Of ,'

:27th AuRU-t.are! required 11-36. 11tb.to appear.. abo.named oa\,. These Tables Make Perfect Gifts. Pink Or Toast 0 BEDROOM SUITES iI""I i
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Court and cause, wherein :

EST. 1879 plaintiff Bradford seeks County divorce Telegraph shall! 0 LIVING ROOM FURNITURE C

FLORIDA'S OLOtST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER weekly publish issues.this Order in next four 6 DINING ROOM SUITES ::1 I
e Witness my liand' and official! DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY :1I

PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY i.v seal of at July Starke! 1056.. Florida ths JOth

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
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Charles A. Darby OF STARKE Use Our
, PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS As Clerk of said Court. Budget planf I -
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLORIDA UNDER By :Marian! L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. t3t 446 W. Call St. Phone 131 I

THE ACT OF MARCH S, 1879. "1'',...'-.' :11.c l1.Guaran'J-i '.s..1!,- F > 1. : _

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I and Mrs. Dave Green YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYtI mostly w.nd. lIOn it ,'. nt ,ilidn't ; -
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hendry and Friday nght a 'possum a note Come see r..e 'ii.e- {

BIOOKER{ family of Mandrin and Mr. and j CLAY HILLby decided it wanted some of these time:" The mystery was un.iolvefj r t

I Mrs. Jim Hendry of Jacksonville*I pears here at the house and came!j* until they learned a neignnor I

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell to get some. I had just gone to thought they did not intend tll>
Dy Sirs. E. B. Castlen : :Mrs.! 1. I.. Strcklaudu.u.uuu..uu.uu '
Green and family Sunday. I sleep when Spot started balking move the house, so he dd; : Ma\-

,uAAAAuuaal.uaALIKaren House guests of the R. N so vicious I thought the elephant,' be Elmer will get the house back

Greens are Sally Surrency of at Highland zoo had broken loose! again but what will the neighbor -
Miz.-ll Has Party We all missed Sidney Han-is I
celebrated her Gainesville! :Mack and Ann Hen- and come here and Spot had spied do? appeLi1s.
Karen Mizell very much on the mail route all
dry of :Mandrin. her. I jump out of bed, grabbed We were interupted in our
reventh birthday with a lovely I last week, he is always so faith-' i .
party at the home of her parents Mrs. C. J. Strickland of Gainesville ful in his work. He has been sick my light the 12 gauge shot gun :, writing just now, a car came up I

:Mr. and Mrs. Warren tizell, last was .visiting Mrs. H. C. Douglas for the past week and Oscar Har- and some shells and took off! ]: to the gate we went to see whois !
Went to him he said the
Sunday afternoon. Outdoor games Saturday afternoon.Mrs. ris has been carrying the mail. i "booger"was calling upon us this early Monday -

were played and enjoyed by the Milton Mott and son have Lillian Padgett her two children outside the garden I opened morning and learned it is
I! the gate and let him out, it was SELECT FROM A&P's WONDERFUL VARIETYOF
35 guests. Lucerita Cumbee directed moved to Augusta, Ga.. to be near Ann and Andy Faye Eng-, 'I(| cousin Cashus Strickland of near
in a tree just outside the garden!
the games. Home made ice her husband Sgt. Milton Mott. land and her six children Jimmy, I I1 looked for some time and failed'' Starke. his wife and Mrs. Stauf- FINE QUALITY SUMMER FOODS!
cream and cake was served dur- who is in service there. Lois. Willie Elizabeth. ': fer a neighbor. This is the first
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to see anything in the tree, so1
time Cashus has
ing the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowells and Henry, Nellie Lang. Rosa and started to the house thinking' ever been here
i to visit his who he has
Sunbeams Meet Sandra Sowell Rvand Mrs. Aaron all cousin
and Padgett are spendingthe
batk
Sunbeams Band of the .. Spot was mistaken looked ,, played with day in and day out
The 1 L. Parker and daughter. Glen- week at the Salvation Army i'
and saw two in one of the'
Brooker Baptist Church met Saturday da in Cedar at Silver Lake. eyes when they were boys. A&P Frozen 10
were sightseeing Keys camp i! trees thought it might be a cat oz Pkg
at the church.
afternoon Thursday.Bill Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weathersof '
as Jason won't bark at anything I
About 12 Sunbeams were present. Bigham is in Miami on Orange Park saw in the Cres-;( in a tree except a cat, went closer STRA 1 for J3C
Plans were made for Focus Week business 'I I II THE RIGHT POINT for the WHERRIES
this week. cent last week where the Strick- and decided it was a possum
which will" be August 12 througi. way you write." Come in and select
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Crosby lands had more pears then they,i Shot--and missed, couldn't get
18. Refreshments were served at and son Raymond of St. Petersburg could manage so they called to; the battery to my hunting lightto your favorite ESTER RQOK

the close of the meeting. The day I Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Crosbyof get some of the pears. Was their( stay under my arm just right Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.

cf) the Sunbeams meeting has Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Her-," first visit in this part of the, so I could see, lost sight of the ANN PAGE A&P Frozen 6 O/ Can

been changed from Thursday to man Rowan and children of country but we had a nice visit. ] eyes, finally spotted them again IOTA

the first and third Saturdays o! Greensboro, were recent visitorsof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mosley and and shot again this time bringing GROUND 6 for

each month. II Rev. and Mrs. Ressie Carelton. children, Charles and Rogers of I( down the possum! It was'' SUMMER COLD.I ORANGE JUICE E 79C

Rftival To nrgin Elaine Crosby of Pompano I Princeton were vacationing in slow in falling and when it did I BLACK
Rev. C. L. Carrol will begin a! this of the last week.''didn't
Beach spent!; her vacation here put country hear any thud when it hit y

one week revival at the New River: with her mother, Mrs. Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin of, the ground I go around to investigate TAKE' '

Baptist Church beginning Aug.' Carelton.Mr. Highland are moving to Tampa '| and the thing was just' ._. for W\ PEPPER Heal( Gold 6 Oz ('anOZ

4. Everyone is invited to attend. and Mrs. Loyd Douglas,I this week. We will miss Kathleen -:, about the size of your fist, if you
Services start at 8 p. m. Cottage S. C. and Janet as visitors in Sun- ''are a small person! If I had 6 6.symptomatic
and son of Charleston were 6
for
prayer meetings are now being the weekend guests of Mr. and day School] as they always attended known it was no more than it RElIEFIEVEUrTlIIXG CAN LEMONADE 2 23C

held to prepare for this revival., Mrs. J. K. Douglas and family. !I when they visited their grand- was I might have just turned \ 4 2SC

Swimming Party Loyd has just been discharged';|, parents here. : over and gone back to sleep, if
The Junior girls and boys Sun-' i i the would have let !
from the Air Force and will be i Mrs. Estell Wainwright was dogs me

day School Class of the Erooker. employed by the West Va. Paper i j I with us in church Saturday night: j Well we have heard of everything IN I

Baptist Church enjoyed a swim: Co. Mrs. Howard Douglas and and Sunday morning. She does being borrowed stolen or
Thursday at Strick !'I I' Super-Right SKINLESS Ked Heart
ming party
not attend she TILEAlso I
children returned with them for as regularly as
whatever you wish to call it, but
land's Landing. A picnic lunch a few days visit. !i|I, formerly did.since she now lives I DOG FOOD 2 for 25cUbbj's
: we have never heard of this be-

was was carried had by and all.a In wonderful charge were time! days Lavern with Dyal Mack is spending McDavid a few in I,'I at Jacksonville her husband Beach.Bud We understand Wainwright --i I j t fore. As we said last week Elmer ,I F FRANKS 1 1/b Pkg 39C CornedBEEF

Rev and "rrs- C. B. Stallings, Mr. Gainesville. had the misfortune of getting Carter bought Clarence Motley's PRE-CAST I II HASH 29cLibby's
and Mrs. L. A. Green. Mr. and : I i
of steel his TottedMEAT
through i
a piece property, moved the house and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDavid ofi I 1 I CEMENT: STEPS j
Mrs. G. E. Green and Mrs. Theo i
II IIDyat. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and ear and into his head one day last has it ready to move into, left SUPER-RIGHT Fancy Cold Cuts 2 for 25c
week while at work.Ve hope
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the "little] house" to move later JUDD TILE CO.
Mrs. L. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mentonof Dyal Sunday. I'I Detergent
serious Sliced Cooked Salami 8
nothing developes. went back after it Wednesday oz 27c
Webster and Mrs. Reece Hold- Among those attending the,, 'I 127 Lafayette St. ALL
i Rev. Russell Jameison or Green morning and ]low and behold it per pkg. 29c
at the I Sliced Cooked Spiced Ham 8oz 27c
en of Newberry were visiting Mrs. WMU Rally Hampton Baptist -[ '
i I Cove preached for us Saturday:: had left during the night' Left Phone 215-J I II un.hiDe'an
:Mattie Sowells Monday afternoon. Church Wednesday were Rev. j I
] night. He is a young man just no track or sign of which direc- II Sliced Tasty Liver Cheese 8oz 27c
Mrs. C. B. Mrs. WAFERS 12
Willis Pinkston of Washington I! and Stallings j 1 22 years of age. We hope to hear 1 i! I oz pkg 33c

spent the weekend with Mrs. Mary,.' Theo Dyal, Jean Endicott Bar- : him again soon. Also hope to hear -- I Sliced Breakfast Spic N SpanCLEANER
Green and Mrs. Green accompanied -bara Jean Green. Linda Gayle
his father who preached for us
him home for a few weeks. Green Mrs. H. H. Mott and Janice'' 2 for 49c

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and Anita Mott. Barbara Jean and the Saturday night before. I pkg. It's PinkDREFT
I (j' Rev. Carter from Whitehousewill HO DOWN PAYMENT BACON 1 11b. 39C
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ruel] Jean Endicott (members of the' be our speaker for next Sat- ,:. i per. pkg. 32c
Dukes in Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. I Brooker Girls Auxiliary) had apart |
urday night. We invite all who, Detergent"
and Mrs. L. A. Green spent on the program. I I I .
I will to attend. :
the weekend in Tallahassee.Mrs. House guest of Mr. and Mrs. i i We wish to say here that several $OAA 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -- I Super-Right Extra Lean Fresh 2 Lbs., 9 Oz. .' OXYDOL per pkg. 33c
E. A. Gainey was called ] Mrs. ; I Converted
R. F. Gano last week were $10.19 RiceUNCLE
have sent letters to
j people
to the bedside of her mother who M. H. Gano and of St. AU- I
girls !
t I i us and they chase all around before I BENS 20c
is ill in North Carolina.Mr. I I : GROUND BEEF I 1 1Ann
very gustine. While here they enjoyed they find us, the ones who' $fiftft 36 MONTIILY PAYMENTS17 I
Mrs. Atkinson Mr. and''' i New BlueCHEER,
ant Casey I a day at Swan Lake with I write them not knowing our address i iI I
of Miami spent a few days last Mrs. Ovid Gano. 31c
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,j send them to the wrong per pkg.
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mr. and Mis. S. W. Mott Jr. of'' place. Our address is Maxville.] LOANS UP TO $2500.00 I Golden Shortening

Atkinson 'and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest'I Gilroy. Calif. were here the first" Fla,. not Clay Hill. Clay Hill is''' Page
FLUFFO 3 lb. 89c
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Russ.We of July and Mrs. Mae Mott '! the settlement not post office. can

have enjoyed hearing Mr.II( (mother) went back with them.)i We received a nice letter from 76 oz ((3 kinds) C Baby FoodGERBER'S

their and Mrs.wonderful G. B. vacation Colson talk out about west.;i She is enjoying: her visit with S. ,, Mrs. W. S. McKee last week, also I I BEANS 1 O 6 for 59cLibby's

I I M. Jr. and also another son who, one of her boxes of "Love Powd
They brought back many curiosand 1 ; lives there, Eurey Mott. iI j er" which is Scripture references'' Why Put Oft Roast

much information about that I I :Mrs. :Martha Lindemyer and copied on small pieces of paper. BEEF per lb. 49c
part of the Ann Page .
country. They spent
'i i Mrs. Tinney Turner of parrish '' one for each day in the month to jbbj's ViennaSAUSAGE
about a month with :Mr. I
and;
1 and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamilton the box. This is her hobby, and a
Colson in Texas. Mil'Palen I and daughter Susan of St. Pet- ,( very interesting and enlightening Needed Repairs Paint Your House Blackberry oz 2 For 33c
We are sorry to hear of J JAM 12 1 2SC Ubby's
i ersburg were weekend guests of.. 'one. If you wish to know more
r.ess of Mrs. Bertha Stokes. '
is seriously ill In the Alachu Sly,! Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton. II j i about this write to Mrs. McKeeat I Add a Room Screen Porches BEEF STEW per lb. 37c
I| Ronnie Edwards of Tampa is Penney Farms Fla.
General Hospital in GainesvillJ. ( Ivory j
We wish her a speedy | house guest of the Hamiltons I In case you start out to hunt BUILD: A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING Ann Page Prep.SPAGHETTI. 15 1-2 Oz.
rcovery. | this week. where we live as several havei,, Snow per pkg. 33c
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Mrs. C. L. Atkinson spent se\'fl'- SEPTIC TANK WATER
al days in Auburndale ,': Mr. and Mrs. R M. Groover I done, we are about a half mile SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING FOR 3CC
probably a little more, south of
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan \'iSift j: and) family of Jacksonville! were LABOR AND S 3
I the Hill school house -
Clay
Alphie Parrish and Mrs. ,I ,.isitinI and Mrs. A. I. Mann on Jane Parker Fresh
'road 218, the first road turningoff MATERIALS
Kinney.Mr. ... Sunday. I I'
( into the woods to the east. ''
and Mrs. Jack Lucas all, We are glad: to hear that little| Applications At Our Office No Obligation APPLEPIES
I Big culvert by the road and a cat- Nutley
and Mrs. Smith I Elise Mann is back home after i
daughter: of Ta; -j
tle in a few feet of the cul- .
I gap Store Hours
spending eight days in Hope Hay- : Open 7:00 Till 5:30 Monday Through
pa were visiting Mr. and Mr.?
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GUY Harrell Friday night. I'i' en Hospital and undergoing sur- vert.We had a pretty severe wind Friday. Close Noon on Saturdays MARGARINE Ih ctn 19C .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones < gery. I II
storm
Thursday afternoon tore
Hazel and Ronnie Jones and "fr!|I Sorry to hear that Linda Sue''': ,up some of our peach trees aswell STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE I I
and Mrs. Thomas Jones of Gainesville '
\I Thomas and Mrs. Frances Kelley as some of the limbs off
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.'''are on the sick list this week. ,dead trees. It didn't last A&P No. 303 Can
long or
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Andrew Jones and family in Donaldsonville -I Mrs. E. C. Lewis of Starke i it sure would have torn up things I or ForC

) Ga.. last weekend. I sent a few days last week with'': ;:around here. Had some rain, but -. 3-P 2290
Mrs. G. A. Gay spent several i Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Thomas ,i APPLE SAUCE (It

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dalast week in Jacksonville' )
and family.Mrs. -. ,
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sister, Mrs. Norma Rog-I
Groover Thomas and son. f / -
ers.Mr. Wilbur spent a few days last week Ion Brand s.
and Mrs. Gerald Gay and ..
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sons r guests of Jax.of were Mr.the and Runday Mrs. G.dinn A.- Jacksonville.Mr. 303 CAN
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Ga Congratulations.. to Mr. and Mrs. and were Mrs. Carl visiting Thomas Mr. and ofGaint's'iIle Smart 'ime/! : BEANS 1 OC

W T. (Bill) Coram on the arrival -! Mrs. Tim Thomas Friday night. 39PEARS C
Mr. Mrs. ,, "
Thomas
and Bishop r _
of
a baby boy last week in I f lona Brand Bart.
the Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. and son Dwight spent a few days ( i -
last week with Mr. and Mrs. H. /
Faye Johnson and girls: of, A
H. Lewis in Starke. no. 21-2 can C
Ft Myers were visiting Mr. and
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Mrs. Edd S. Polk recently.Mrs. I Kenneth and Goldie Thomasare

Cora Stokes and Judy and I spending two weeks at the : Smart 'jl Jane Parker

Dwight Stokes of Gainesville and I Youth Camp on Suwannee River. i Lemon, Ginger,

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stokes of I Int' Wilbur and Bobby Thomas and' Dromedary el Honey Toffee

ar. Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Hall of Cecil Hines spent a week with Mr. _
Lake City and Tommy Drawty I and Mrs. J. L. Thomas in Foley.

were visiting: the Edd Polks last 'I Ala.Barbar FOOD CAKE MIX 39C COOKIESII

week. House guest of the Polks 1 I Sue and Dickie Davis z.i Move I Ii tY
this week is :Miss Lorrin Johnsonof I: are visiting their grandparents.Mr. : Jl

Ft. :Myers. and Mrs.' R. J. Waters, in Oz. PACKAGE

Mrs. Shorty Wheaton of Apopka -I I Dundee. | i .
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lem i Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs 29C

Davis and Mrs. My Ropers last |i, G. W. Davis were Mr. and Mrs.

weekend. Mrs. Ropers and granddaughter '|, R. J. Waters Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence -'! \ ,

: Shirley Tetstone accompanied Williams and :Mr. and Mrs.L. '
her back home for several Z. Williams of Dundee. f PER LB.

days visit. i I Here a proposition aa hot as the weather! AUGUST IS THE TIME TO TRADE PEACHES 09C
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Stone i CARD OF TILVXKSWe
of Lake I
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II I Own a big, new Pontiac-with up lIMB 771e jr r
Butler were ,'isitin.Ir.: and Mrs. j heel-go M W .JI will
wish to express our deepest
Lloyd Clark and family Sunday lively horses 124' of road-leveling
appreciation for the beautiful
afternoon.Mr. flowers messages of condolence base, the greatest "go" on wheels-for 2 SUAtMERnME I! K TRAVELING TIME 1 Crisp, IcebergLETTUCE
Anwrico' meat ttanomical V-t will
and Mrs. Lloyd Clark
family. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Todd and! and other acts of kindness and 'I prices starting below many "low-priced OV, o big part al your trio corff.3SUMMtnMf I P HEAD
sympathy during our recent be- B HADING TIMES Your i 15C
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and Effie Hodge spent the day' three" models! Drive Pontiac, econj
rea'fment.Iay God bless each worth mor. to M now I
Sunday at Kingsley Beach. The I of omy and endurance champ! tkat i ever will bt oyat..
occasion was to celebrate Mr you.The .I ---
Moore
Clarks birthday. Lloyd family

Julian Green of Jacksonville

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'JBSP Sorority UnitHas 'Date- -Is- Announced- Methodist Circles nln.\ .\n.I\T 3. 19.J6 t


'I':; Kingsley Party I I For Caldwell-Belche Schedule Meetings Swimming Biggest Attraction Singing:! ; Convention I I


Mrs EV.. Hayes and Mrs Wedding Ceremonies Biai-rnon) : St1c.r._

Maxie Carter Sr., sponsor and Th. Methodist WSCS will meet SUMMER PROGRAM CLOSESThe thln "A ill meet Sin.e.: i

direi'tor of Beta Sigma Phi sorority thf fust of next week as follows: "" :' _' :.ii.. :> ., iSw.rnming ,,' I. ;

I C'.i.le: 1-Mrs. T. H. Slade lead- ,; 01 1:1: : ,,' ".:" ,I
I at '
entertained a paity at the : "
Hayes' Kingsley Lake home on I er. Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock Ir..tru.tlon tor. elenler.tarv -. I i-i.l! Chat'ene; Denn.:*. Kve! .. ,,"t' ::', -:' : .; -, ,'.
Gladys! Mooty ''at the home of Mrs. T. T. Long. Mhool children again General ,..:1 In ". 1))
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I Tuesday evening for the sorority Recreation ,
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Phone 35 I members. f|I On.le 2- Mrs. J. I!. Fields, lead- j proved to be the biggest attraction Lennard Register, W. E <>,.,: -... Irpj- -- ..
fi, Monday afternoon at 3:30: in the annual -- -- -- - -
eight-week well J. B.
,-fl rrrrrrr -srrrrrrspr. III' I II I At the same time, the sorority Dlek.Elementary .
i MH-k at the home of Mrs L. j Summer Program which closed

gave: a stork shower honoringi S. Hutto and Mrs. Shellie HaU.Cn.le : last week : to Library Mt.I! .
Ceremonies At Pine Level according Supervisor Cleo
Baptist i Marion Payne. Mrs. JohnDeas .1 3-Mrs. Lloyd Green, i L. H. Gibson. Andrews Mrs. Verna I Domerest. .

Join Miss Norma Gonzalez And Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey soc- r I leader. Monday afternoon at 3:30: i I I He reported that about 400 I" Dr. Florence Jenmns, I

'I I ial chairman, were in charge ofthe .,. ."....' I oVlotk at the home of Mrs. A. i White and 200 Negro children. Vida Mary Jean Henderson. Pat Humphries ]

games and prizes were won F. Sauls with Mrs. M. R. Judd participated in the swimming Gentry.
by Mrs. Joseph Warren and Mrs. 7 0.4 I Music former Sunday Monday
fo-hostess and '
as bandmaste. Tue.sdaAup
I I phase. Thanks to strict safety >
I Curtis Malone. The Wesleyan Service Guild. ]I i I standards, there were no serious. M. C. Thompson and present / ;:; 6.7

Summer flowers were used toadvantage bandmaster Elden Mathews! DOriiLE; FK ATI-RE: It
Unit 2. will]] meet Tuesday evening !| accidents. .,

TeI in the party rooms. Aug. i, at 8 o'clock at the I'I Gibson this week summed up I I Dramatics C. L. Overturf BACK LASH 1

\ with an arrangement of the same : home of Mrs. Don Page, 1519 i the Summer Program by noting y, Administration P. T. x0ln] Uith Richard \\indmark and DonHa

r I blossoms centering the gift table Raiford Road with Mrs. Lola 1 that, for the first time, older I I Beecher Payne, Hugh B. Ingran Reed I
]! along with stork. Jr., T L. {
a
: I Garbett as cohostMs.Presbyterians students were attracted to the,J I Casey, John Burr. AND
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Twenty guests enjoyed the affair .. activities. I Gibson credited much of th.I!

r and were served ice cream ,ft9.if.. success of the Negro Monkey Business :

and cake at the conclusion of the I ." t't: .!t 1"J'fi ,.,:,, ,', Slate !I "One of the noticeable deficiencies -:Principals C. c Anderson program o ti, With Carey Grant and Gingrr
of last Summer
year's
evening. I' Daily Bible SchoolClasses Law lev and F.ddie Rogers }
i its'failure Thompkins of :
1f t I I Program was to at-
'. Ii i i. RJE .n Staike and Supervisor Also Cartoon
tract students from grades seven ,
J. for a week of daily !I Ozora She!'! \
\ Hall Reunion Staged I ,. twelve," he said.
; \ 'J:..', I through Wed
'' '' Presbyterian Bible School will begin Thurs. Aujr. f9\
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'f 't j Skating Su.ful"But !
., July 28 At KingsleyThe Monday, Aug.: 6. and will]] dose' DOIBLE FEATURE _

: Mr. and Mrs. James G. Cald- Friday. Aug. 10. The theme for j Tom Casey assistant Post Mark .

family of the late Mr. andMrs. well of the State Farm announce the week's work will]] be the Bible. j! BHS principal. came up with the of DangerithGeoffrey '4

A. C. Hall held its annual the engagement and approaching Different study books and ac- skating idea, which has proven \\ Kern'nnd Josrphanr a I

L reunion July 28, 1936. at Strick marriage of their youngest daughter tivities are planned for each agej: i very successful. In fact it has Griffin '

Landing on Kingsley Lake. Frances Faye to Joseph Neal level. Children from 3 through 12 !. overshadowed many of the other AND :

Those attending: were: R. V. Belche, USN. of San Diego, Cal. years are invited to attend. proposed offerings, such as shop. The Man From Cario (

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Partin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clyde Refreshments will be serve J dramatics. music and basketball" Uith lirorge: Raft <<

and Mrs. Paul Kickliter and Belche, also of the State Farm. each day by representatives from ;i Gibson said one of the problemsis Tins Cartoon

:Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Allen and The wedd.ng: will be an eventof the three circles of the Women of' lack of public information, a- 'Hi.' Bi.ni': 'u.I 1 1 Oiuntv Hospital! (

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wil- Sunday afternoon. Sept. 16 in the Church. A closing program i bout the Summer Program. He an n.ILl fl. t., th.- following! births: Fri.. Sal. Augr. 10. 11

j and daughters, all of Tampa. the State Farm Community Club I will be held on Friday night. Aug. explained the State Minimum Mi
I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ratliff j House, at 4 o'ckxk. The Rev. W. !' 10. at 7 o'dock. Parents, friends Foundation Program: provides for I Middlebuig a daughter Shirley LITTLE GIANT

!I children of Miami; Rev. and S. McAhley, pastor of the First and the general public are invited. Summer Program fund.-, to the I Lynn July 30.Mr. With Abbott T

l' :" : trs. Wilbert Hall and daughters Piesbjtenan Church of Starke | Rev. W. S. McAhley] will direct ratio of 1 to 8 of the regular and Mrs'L, C. Smith of and CostrUo

Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. Oscar will] perform the nuptials. j the school and will be assisted teaihmg schedule. Raiford. a daughter. Mary Lou. AND f

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Young- A reception in the Club House by various leaders from the Bradford has attempted to satI,i July 29Mr. Santa Fe Passage t>

i I and children Mr. and Mrs. will immediately follow the wed- I chur h. isfy the intent of the law by' and Mrs. John 5iidnev :;1111. With John I'a'nan.l FajthDomergw a

.' Youngblood and children. concentrating on enruhment act- J ford of Staike. 1
ding ceremony. I a daughter Deb a
r. .t1I\ Ir. and Mrs. Quitman Hall and mties and not solely recreation. i ora Ann. July :30 Plus Cartoon and Serial
All friends of the
:LII I Mrs. Laura McRae, all young couple Bradford School It definitely is not a "make- ,
::, ::, I are invited to attend the wedding 'up" summer school for students wil-
-- -- --- Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby -
The Pine Level Church overlaid / ceremony and reception, as no who failed academic subjects. ,
Baptist with a large and Linda Gail Snow-
was the setting of a beautiful I banded in lace and of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. invitations. are being Issued locally. Taxes Are HikedContinued Need Summer Work ; SORRENTO RESTAURANTOn

candlelight wedding Saturday center front with double Kickliter of Orlando; and I Gibson pointed out that many : U. S.
Highway 301
July 21, at 8:30: p.m., uniting in I rings, tied with white Betty Youngblood of Talla II I top-noUh educators will not work 1 1-2 Miles N. of Starke
( from
marriage Hiss Norma Gonzalezand bons and mums. ee. Carter-Rowland I Page One) for a county which does not furnish i Will

Mr. Jack Roberts. table was a beautiful The reunion will be held again I II I fact that local tax assessmentshave some sort of employment I Close August 1st

The bride is the daughter of tiered temple cake, 27 at StriCk- Ij during summer months. The Summer ,
year on July not kept up with school I Opening Date
Mrs Lena Gonzalez of Tampa and yellow] roses, white \' Landing on Kingsley Lake. j growth. : Program helps to meet their August 16thA.

Albert Gonzalez of St. Petersburg. ding rings and topped .. Matching: State money takes so:, needs I
and Mr. Roberts is the son of Mr. miniature bride and much of Bradford's local funds "The expense:: to the school are : TACCIASENSATIONAL

and Mrs. W. T. Roberts of Tam- cake was surrounded Group 4: I' that little is left for such vital negligible with the principal expense I

pa. nylon ruffles and ChairmenA j !. functions as maintenance and being transportation." he I
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Officiating at the double ing the centerpiece, explained. "But it should be
ring i; % I I I utilities he said.
ceremony was Rev. Robert C. branched silver : meeting was held last week I I' -_ This year's $708.392 budget is pointed out that without the annual I L OFFER -

Gray. pastor of the Trinity Baptist ing white burning tapers the committee chairmen of I, ;j i ? some $30,000 smaller than last eight-week Summer Program -

Church in Jacksonville.As satin streamers and tiny Starke Business and Profes-I |- year's it is improbable that Bradford i
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the wedding guests assem- mums. Silver compotes ; Women's Club at I j I, ct, : 4 Major reason for the reduction : Count might support a i This

bled. Mrs. L. A. Canova rendered !<: held mints, nuts and I Miss Florence Jennings. is a $42,450 item for capital improvement band. conduct a comparable athletic Month Only,

appropriate nuptial music at thej j i cakes. President Della Rosenberg p -! :i j 4. which was in the 195.- j: pro ram, or provide capable I

piano with :Mrs. Randal Chitty :|'|: The receiving line, and the following commit- ,56; budget but does not recur this school principals during: the regular -I ATDodeTs

singing "Because" and "Oh Promise :. the wedding party I chairmen appointments were: |f iiMr. I I year The $42,450 was left over school term." I ,

Me." The traditional wedding I i I groom Mrs. Lena I : finance Phyllis] Phillips, 1. from a bond issue, and it has i' Gibson credited success of this ,; \

marches were used. I j I Mrs W. T. Roberts, and safety, Elva Stewart; } j' been expended. year's Summer Program to: i Sunoco Service

The ceremony was performed lounge where the mantle affairs and national se- 1 Absenteeism<< A FactorHowever. Ones Credit

before a background of evergreen j I, tered with an r Marion Howe: interna- Morgan told the board Swimming Coach J C
palms, tall pedestal baskets of ,: white gladiolius yellow Torode Mrs. 4L'6 NORTH TEMPLE AVE.
I''I I relations Pauline : that student absenteeism is another Hobbs. Kay I yons Mrs Mildred -
white gladiolius and cushion mums, flanked on
1 I council.'I' and vocations. Edna | factor in the smaller budget. '! Hitchcock. Mrs. James Chit-
mums, with cathedral candelabra crystal candelabra I ; news service, Desta Dyal; Morgan credited the absences to ty William Owen, Par Hobbs :
holding lighted tapers and entwined -:'j I ing white tapers. I in- I I
I Pansy Quigley; REGULAR
epidemics of measles, mumps II lt0? VALUE
with green fern. Family pews I Greeting guests at school project. Margaret and Mrs Ben Rowland announce and like diseases. I
were marked with white satin during the reception, I
initiation, the
1 engagement
; emblem and and ap- its financial
The State
computes I
bows. I Edmond Tenly. The Harley; radio and TV, Bea I II proa'hing marriage of their contribution in terms of a\'erage'' DID YOU KNOW? : /W
The bride entering on the arm table overlaid with a i Only
; membership. Marguerite daughter Patricia Kay, to William attendance. Absenteeism
cutwork cloth and daily Your body has a natural immunity WASH
of her father wore a of I -
gown
five branched ; parliamentarian June I K Carter of the State Farm. caused a reduction of about $7,000 to di..aM' and infectionthat '
white Chantilly lace over pearl i i ieatin 'I : program, Flossie Jen- >on of Mr. and Mrs Russell Cartr. r in State aid- from $561,662 last''

scalloped> featuring neckline and a low beaded double with i:,' white ed by burning Mrs. Fred tapers Haislop. ; hostess. and social, Madge I r?nzed. The in August.wedding will!! te solem- year to $554.701 this year. I I. .is This superior natural to any immunity miracledrug. I POLISH -<, -95

sequins. The long fitted sleeves i Cutting the bride's Besides this amount from the i., fontroled by the nervoussjstcm
: The finance committee will
tapered at the wrist. I Mrs. Paul Faulkner as pre- State. the budget shows an anticipated so it is easy to understand -
j : the Au-
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The pointed torro bodice was at- I Mrs. J. C. Sapp. the program during I'Ol'LL I.WK the new Kst: -r- $21.500 from the Federal how a pressure on any of WAX

tached to a bouffant skirt of lace'1 the punch bowls were: meeting with each chairma 1 i rook IlUr-.<<'-.IJe fountain pent in government, primarily for the' the spinal nerves can lourr I

worn over hoops, with the back I!' Warren Mrs. W. M. have charge of a program >a.st<4 sh.ul.-s.Only $2..3S: at Brad- school lunch program. and $159. jour resistance to disease or

accented of tiered nylon tulle I Ernest Phillips] Mrs. V. : during the club year. ''ord County Telegraph. I 558 from local taxes. I infe< tion.
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forming the chapel train. An im-I''i ton and Miss Barbara Expenditures include $518,29S PHONE 314 FOR APIJHNTMEXT:\ I'

ported headpiece of leaf I Mrs. Fate Brown, Mrs. r \ I for instruction $20,932 for admin- i Your Chiropractor is a t

made of sequins and seed pearls !'i Mrs. B. M. McRae and II I istration. $35,000 for plant operation I specialist! in locating and removing I

held the fingertip veil of sheerest)I die Watterson asjvsted i I!' $68,800 for auxiliary agencies -: nerve pressure He can Hi Test Gas 30.9 Per Gal. -

illusion which was edged with and caring for the I $40.362 for debt service, and do for you what miracle drugs

wide Chantilly lace. | After the reception I other miscellaneous expenditures. ; cannot do.Consult. I LOWEST PRICE IN TOWN

The bride's cascade' bouquet :> and groom left for I I Xo Raises' I I your Chiropractor .. ,

was of tube roses and stephanotis i' moon trip to Treasure Dugger Jones of Sampson City, f today. ,.
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centered with silvered leaves. Her low St. Petersburg. who said he represented some of'
I i All the time and effort put out ten an absess on one foot and I
only ornament war, a pair of pearl chose for traveling a the Garden Club members the stepped on a tack with the other I the school system's bus drivers, BOLLINGER I
earrings. a gift of the sheath dress edged with I the only citizen to appear
groom. I : six months on their Road- she kmda wishes she had stayed was (
Mrs. Tony Gonzalez sister-in- She wore a white !lace ,I Development project is real- I!I in Miami PSN Bob Wiggins before the board. He inquired i CHIROPRACTICCLINIC I
law of the bride, served I I matching shoes and of in- ,
as matronof about the possibility pay
!, which : paying off by the ohs and ahs I flew back to Navy quarters in
honor. She was in were sprinkled w i
gowned a for drivers.
are being expressed by the I Long Beach Calif. on :Monday: creases I
floor length dress of taffeta -j that formed a leaf
yellow Board members generally ;
i of the blooming Crepe : for 15 months more overseasduty I
featuring an off-shoulder i corsage was of white I they'd like to provide pay S Blocks North of Post OfficeIn p
tie 301 South he had been agreed I|
home
i along highway on 30 :
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neckline with a fitted torso bodice J The bride was I raises but-in the words of Mem- Starke
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1 j Tucks Drive-In and the days leave after a year in Japan I
attached to a bouffant skirt over Bradford High School at to : and to ber H. A. Lawson"we need money Modern Methods
attended the f' its really a sight i sorry note that the Lady 8 PIECELIVINGROOM
hoops. She wore matching elbow j Tampa for paint. to keep buildings
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Williams Assistant
Furniture !
I and is j Co. has moved I Steam Baths
length gautlets, a lilac-colored versity presently from rotting, much worse."
as a stenographer by the Sorry to hear Mary Xoegel its equipment back to Macclenny I
picture hat, and carried a cascade Morgan told a reporter after
I .
hear that Karl and
out of boat at Kingsley
Finance a
arrangement of lilac shasta daisies Corporation. I Doris the meeting that the county ""in.-
The of last week and tan- Gabries and children will SUITE
centered with I bridegroom was :
yellow puffs of illusion get a big repair bill someday"because
and bridal sating ribbon. from Brandon High with the propeller which be moving back to their home in buildings must be neglected -
Tampa and served with severely cut Detroit Mich., on Tuesday-Karl
one arm and
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Bridesmaids were Mrs. Doyle Con-1 I 1 under present financial cir- _
nero Mrs. Glen Conner, Miss June I forces in Korea. At other she had to have two ; will receive his discharge fromCecil cumstances.An .

Conner and Miss Betty Jo Starling -, is serving as an (' taken in her head. Field on Monday.
he cited the
,
I' : an example
Benning. Ga. I Jean Vickers had a lovely
who wore identical gowns to Pat Hobbs and Elissa Stefa- .
school at Lawtey. where he said
The couple will] reside i neighborhood party Tuesday afternoon -
that of the matron of honor except are attending the Student
not "and
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the eves were painted
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for color. Matheson Street, Training Camp at U in celebration of her 4th
I the wood's rotted the
Little Valeria Gray daughter of until Mr. Roberts F this week Marilyn Cox birthday enjoying: a fishing now and I
will have to off
''I service with the armed i outing last Sunday below Silver roof come some- i
Rev. and Mrs. Gray served as at the Methodist MYF camp at ;j "
year. j I :: Springs were Richard and Esther time soon.
flower girl. She wore a lilac-col- ;, and attending Camp what
Asked alternatives -
ored gown identical to the bridesmaids :, Out-of-town guests at O'lena are Tom Jack-,i I Carter, Xelson and Margie Jones. money raising
to the school
r The ring bearer dressed the wedding and : |I i iI Sally Sink Sally Ann Epper- j j I Connie and Stuart Jones and Rob- remain

in white coat and dark trousers I j Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. :I j Betty Jean Schmitt. Mary |t j bie and Peggy Shaller]] Muriel system, now that the maximum
tt legal limit of 20 mills is levied
M ,. as little Paul Faulkner son of and Mrs. George Carl, ,': Beverly Chapman. Har- i Gilhooly was pleasantly surprised
the
Morgan said countcould
Mr and Mr?. Paul Faulkner.The Mrs. Jimmy Ball. Tanner. Bobby Alwood and Tuesday evening when 25 friends only
janitorial
groom ( hose for his best Weatherford, Mr. and Harris Tommy Smith dropped in to give her a birthday cut salaries or servicesin
i 1 Miss Jo Ann Suco :f future budgetsdon't SOFA
co. party. !; BED
man Tony Gonzalez, brother of ;: gone to Texas to work on a 'i
: "I think we should, S 1
Robert all of 01 COFFEE
the bride Mr Gonzalez sang duri i i Tampa. I after being on the Tele- The Charles Hardy family is I TABLE
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Smith of DeLand. Mr. 'j i ran afford :>i do ether: one, he PLATFORM
ing the ceremony. I [ shop staff since January. spending next week at the Carleen 2 LAMP TABLES
t
of
Ushers were Gil of Tampa Clyde Hughey Williams ROCKER
Danny ; vou've been wondering about cottage on Kingslevl

cousin of the bride Doyle Con Springs. Mr. and Mrs. GI building that was parked Lake- and Evelyn and Herbert I,' S TV CHAIR 2 END TABLES
of Baltimore, I
man added.TTTTff
ner Glen Conner and Roman AI-I front of the hospital for two Ritch are spending a month at I
Roberts and Eugene HERE'S WHAT YOU CM
\arez. the Walton cottage :
I this week-well its a build- on Kingsley
Mrs Gonzalez chose for herdaughters ': Tampa. Mrs. R. C. that the Henry Stefanelli's I' Owen and Julia Alvarez are .S..D.a'Came.o' .2 fMJ| ta'ipsS
friends Sheath Cut Now
of Jacksonville.Ladies ] F.lt.r Holder Regular
wedding a whitelinl'n ,'I' bought from Cecil Field and occupying the Wesley Andrews S T.l.pKoto IKII t.... Cost

brocaded sheath dress, complimented Of I is now on their property at garage apartment moving in-j I I SEE CENTRAL I tight' (or Carrying Coi

with pink accessaries anda N. MacMahon St -- they are to their new home in Saratoga FLORIDA'S dA S 95PHONE

pink i arn.ttion corsage. Mrs ,' Church Hold \ j ; to convert it into a two Heights are BHS Athletic! direc- I VALUE $109.25 $179.95

Roberts was attired in an aqua duplex.! tor and Mrs L. B. Register Mr RARE BEAUTY 154
dress i complimented with white Members of the Ladies and Mrs. Elden
I Mathews. the FROM
of the Christian that Myrtle Reynolds new THE NEW 1'HI You Save 29.40 I Value
accessory and a white carnation : BH:; band leader and the B. W.
their at Lovetts. and Ted AMAZING I
(.orsage quarterly council
I Paynes BHS principal the
:', postman are that way Y fours for
Immediately following the wedding Thursday night on the Warren Morrells] have only $79.85
moved to ,
each other Myrtle is flash- 1 oc
the
a reception was held in the parsonage. Members 620 South St. and the John Cald-
Istarke cles One a beautiful ring and Bar: EASY TERMS ATFiflflJTji1
Womans Club, which was and Three I
wells have moved to 603
Washington ; ON U. S. 27
Scott,
of'I manager at Glen's
Decorated with a background hostesses to Circle Two. St. Mrs. Kirby Smith has
(vergreen leaves palms and floorgaskets ) The table was spread given a beautiful diamond I I I,i moved from 713 Thomas St to CtERMONT. FLORIDA 123 last 1 1C
of white gladiolius and', full course chicken supper. fiance Paul Rainer. with
Hawthorne where she will
mums. The punch tables were I and games were enjoyed. US Army at Columbus Ga. her home and the Tom C. make Stal- I 80Starke

surrounded by fern, interspersed I. The next party will Green is home after attend- ,
lings family have moved from 315 Street
! with lilac mums. I 0. t. 2. when the new five weeks summer session of ....... [ Fla.I .
X Walnut St. to Waldo. ... 1ft... _.. ... PAS n
I The bride's table was surrounded will be elected. Mrs. \V. : I
Band Camp at the U of Miami Thats about it for thS: I I
week-
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i with a ruffle of white satin rews is president of the : * I
home she
has
coming
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By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 I "
I I 15y MM. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ky Sirs. D. E. Hill GET YOUR S&H GREEN STAMPS AT

Betty Jo \\'eavereds the Carters drove Mrs. Mansfield) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAALightning
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\\ayne Croft, July 25 to Keystone Heights and visited I Mr and Mrs Bob Robinson ot Provides

On Wednesday evening July 23.: with her until Miss Emma Kate| Baltimore, Md, arrived Monday 'i ij I! Ui-ctric Line Firework Soil Conservation

Miss Betty Jo Weaver of Crystal returned home. j to spend a week's vacation with'I'1 I Residents of Hampton's main ,

Paver ana Wayne Croft of Moul- Mr. ana Mrs. Gerald Culberson I Mrs. Robinson's parents Mr. ana i iI' j i street watched an eerie displayof NEWSBy I

trie Ga. were married near Folks- of Park of the Palms attended Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and. "fireworks" last; Thursday: Bill Haa

ton, Ca.Rayne. j the Gideon International Convention -I' family. They were accompanied night, when lightning struck an I I II

is employed in Keystone in Atlanta, July 18-23. I by little Miss Darlene Garrett electric wire near Home's store j Ben Suslow and R. C. Damplei t

Heights at Clay Electric and the Miss Mae Sue Jessup and son. who has been staying with themin about 6:30 p. m. made requests for a soil survey or

couple will reside in Keystone Brooks of St. Simon's Island Ga. Baltimore. Darlene will now ( Flames danced along the line! their farms. Dampier also use' I

Heights occupying the house of spent last weekend with their make her home with her parents, for several minutes until the wire''! the District's rotocycle mower t, '

:Mrs. Gladys Beville next door to relatives Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett of| burned in two then fell to the mow down the weeds in his pas I..

the Corbett Terrells. Mrs. Croft Brice and family, who live on Jacksonville. j ground where the live wire burned tures. t

will work in the office at Hump- I Lakeview Drive. ;. Mr and Mrs. Paul Garrett oi j along the sidewalk for nearly an

hreys Gold Trail Ridge Plant Miss Kenny Brice is working Jacksonville were guests of Mrs ,, hour. Bradford County soil con- : I

Mrs Gay Livingston and son, I as a Junior Counselor at Camp Garrett's parents, Mr. and Mrs.!j I Roteit Cox, city marshal directed sen'ation farm plans have beer. ,

Alec, left July 28 for a trip Crystal Lake this summer, and Doss Higgmbotham and family I Ii i I traffic around the livei received for R. R. Crosby Lucian I r

through the Carolinas, sightseeing will be there ten weeks in all. I i Monday.Mrs. i I i i wires where they lay in puddles j Conner, A. C. Ellis George I

and visiting relatives. Their Last summer a lot of people [ Sally Robinson! of Jack- i: at the side of the street, until,i iI Brown Paul Hutchins and D. E.I''

ultimate destination will be Fort got a real chill when they read of j I I: sonville visited with Mr. and Mrs. I I: Florida Power & Light Co. workers -'. Champion. These farm plans

Lee Va., where her husband, Major the boating accident suffered by'.. Doss Higginbotham and familly !1 I arrived to repair the damage. a soils map land use map ',

Gay Livingston, is instruct Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee on Monday. !i Electric power was off for three and job work sheets recom-
I hours in most homes west of the"'! mending the different conservation I
ing at the Reserve Army Summer Lake Brooklyn Certainly it was Friends of little Louie Dee I
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Camp, for two weeks. a nerve-wracking experience for I Owens will be glad to learn that j Damage, and all electric power I! practices for the soils on then I
Baxter not only the Brownlees but for for Hampton was cut off for an farms.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey he has returned home from the, I
moved to Ocala on July 18. Mrs. those who came to the Hope Haven Hospital in Jacksonville hour while repair crews replaced i' I

H C. NVllone has taken over the and saved two lives. Mr.rescue-I where he was a patient the damaged wires. Soil and capability maps from I LOVETT
which soil and wate_ Formerly
a complete
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Baxter property on Lake Brook- lee was knocked for several weeks. Mrs. K. Watterson and Owen i, .
unconsCiOUS'j conservation farm plan is developed :
lyn. w but thrown clear of : Friends of Mrs. Liz Caldwell, Simmons left early Monday morn- i. were received for the farm; :

Mr and Mrs. Alex Brokaa of recovered in a relatively short I will regret to learn that she isi' ing for Chase City Va. to visit' .of L. D. Green. J. V Edwards i Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat.. Aus.1th
time while his wife, who was '
who have been spendingthe ill Mrs Millard Strickland :
Melrose I again. relatives Planning to make the .Jr., Henry Lapoit R. B. Souther- '
summer at White Feather pinned under the boat had among had to her to the doctor, I
carry trip later this week, they left land, and Guy Harrington.
Court plan to leave around Aug- other things, her back bro in Jacksonville on Wednesday ana '' earlier after a call informingthem I Vac-Pac Limit
1 with $5.00 Order
ust 9, on an automobile trip ken in three places. Anyone see- again on Friday. We wish. her aj,; that Ray Simmons young i, J. S. Eunice Jr. used the Dis i,

through the north, visitingMr. ing Mamie Brownlee today mar- speedy recovery. nephew of )Ir. Simmons who has :trict's weed chopper He remark. ,

Brokas' relatives in James- vels at the wonders of modern Mrs. Millard Strickland and been ill in a Richmond hospital i 'er that he had some rough lam Maxwell House -Lb Can
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town, N. Y., and Mrs. Brokas' relatives medical science especially when daughters and Mrs. Polly Griff] for several weeks, was not expected 'and he feels the chopper ill helj- 89CLimit
teamed with determination in the
in Akron Ohio. En routeto I and Mrs. Eva Ellis visited in Glen to live. 'him cut down the heavy growth

Akron from Jamestown, they patient! We are all so proud of I St. Mary on Monday with Mrs. I Mrs. J. E. Toles and Sara Rucker -:, 'so that his cows can get to the )'i I I
will in their old hometownof Mrs. Erownlee. and glad she was
stop Dolly Padgett ana Mrs. Martha of Rome Ga, arrived Wednesday -' 'grass.
Meadville Pa. visit friends. lucky and plucky. Today she is I I One with
to Lowry. Food Order
I i i of last week for a few day's i ,
Mrs. Essie Lowrey's daughter just as supple and spry as her Mr and Mrs C. B. Nolan and visit in Hampton with the Marvin -! Complete farm plans were prepared

Leona is in the Bradford County children! sons were weekend visitors with i Failes. Carolyn Toles. who1': ': for H. D. Starling and V j ASTOR SHORTENING 3 Lb Can 69CDEL

Hospital for tests and obsen'ation.Miss Capt. and Mrs. Baker and I relatives in Palatka and Hastings had been visiting here with her R. Ferguson. I came upon H. D I
Houser has three children spent the weekendIn ,leading in .
Gertrude returned knee-deep water
and enjoyed the day at St. Au- sister for two weeks returned;i getting I
from Chicago where she Keystone Heights with Capt. gustine and Crescent Beach last i with them to Rome on Saturday, )': I out timber. He came out i* j I

had an enjoyable visit with her Baker's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. i I and the Faile'soumr daughter: j I I the fence and we- discussed his I
brother and his family Mr. and Tracy Baker, Sr. While here : i i'I farm plan. He is using Pensacol MONTEPEACHES
I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and 1 Linda, who will remain with them''
Mrs. Harold R. Houser, and child- they attended the Baker family .....eeks.1 I Bahia and white clover for his
family and :Mr. aDd Mrs. H. A. for the next two or three
ren. She spent two week-ends in reunion. I Sweat of Macclenny visited' with 'I Mr. and Mrs. Olin Hicks of Pa-I pastures. H D. remarked that hf Sliced or Halves No 2l/ Can 29C

Sister Lakes, Mich. She was gone ; Mr. and Mrs.! Tracy Baker Sr., Mr. Sweat's sister, Mrs Shirley I latka. Miss Gladys Hicks of Ballimore -| liked Pensacola Bahia because i' I

about a month. I ana Luther Kinard were in Sum-I Lagrua of Stonington, Conn., at I Md, and Langford Hicks can. R.take such rough treatmentV.

Catholic Club OfficersTo ter S. C., July 7-12, attending the the St. Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville I 1of Scollfield Mo, visited one! Bermuda Ferguson is using Coasta

Be InstalledSt. Jossey family reunion picnic. last Thursday evening i day last week in Hampton with I of his land.grass for hay on most KINGAN'S

William's Catholic Club will Mr. and Mrs. Axel Malmgren, where she is a patient.Mr. Mrs Mamie Meade. I
meet In the Hall Wednesday have returned, to their Keystone Cans $4.00
i and Mrs. Dan Pariish Miss I Mrs. H. F. Jones of Hampton I II The new Watershed CHOPPED BEEF72Or..
evening, Aug. 8, at 8 pm. This Heights home after 13 weeks in i Act wai ,
Jo Ann Parrish and Miss Martha I has been in Bradford County discussed at the I
meeting will be in the nature of Bethesda. Md.: visiting the family! I 1 last meeting ol
Harris were visitors in Starke Hospital in Starke for several [ the Board of I'
Supervisors
a party to install officers for the of their son Dr. Richard I at the
last Saturday morning. days for observation. i ii home of
coming year, who are as follows: ren. Dr. Malmgren has }1Ialmg-j' Lloyd Green. By establishing -i
I visitors K. B.
at the
i Sunday ]
Herbert Nelson, President; Joseph the hospital for some Miss Jo Ann Parrish and Mrs j control structures along DETERGENT
Wattersons Mr. and Mrs |
| were the small rivers
Pawlikowski, Vice Pres.; :Mrs. tests and observation. I Hattie Nolan were visitors in ana streams it is
dergoing :
| Frank Hardm and his mother,: hoped to control 'I
George Schaeffer. Secretary; Mrs. A valuable man in cancer research Jacksonville Monday. the water level Package Only
Mrs. Hardin of Jacksonville. I preventing GIANT
flooding in BREEZE
wet
Joe Pawlikowski, Treasurer. It is such as Dr. Malmgren Triple Birthdays time 59C
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfieldand and holding the
water
hoped the full membership will must be given the best possiblecare Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson of Jacksonville family of Gainesville were I in the dry table ur
season. :
be present. and so he must remain there entertained with a picnic ,
Sunday visitors in Hampton at
Miss Emma Kate Mansfield has in the Marine Hospital Balti-I dinner and outing at Strickland's I, the Raleigh Brannens. I J V. Edwards Jr. of ,

just returned from a wonderful I more. Md, while he feels fine all Landing Sunday in honor of her I Mr. and Mrs James Langley, '! Brooker is I
digging Coastal
vacation, during which she and I the time. I' daughter Mrs. Kathleen Nolan I who have been living in Gaines-i Bermuda planting j '

her friend Miss Eula Mae Segers Carl Fendrick and his children : and Mrs. Margaret Silas and ,rifle have moved into the newly material at the District's nursery. ; Mt. Vermont Fancy

of Columbus, Ga, took an auto I Stephen and Betsy are visitingMr. granddaughter Donna. All of j,I completed house on the eastern I, We were discussing planting of. ili'!II

trip through the Great Smokey Fendrick's parents in Gallon, them celebrated their birthdays end of town built by Claude May I i iMr the grass the other day when J.1 i[ 1- Lb Pkg I ?

National Park, the Cherokee In- Ohio. They went by plane. within a week. All of the families '' Langley is a student at the, V. remarked "It looks like I've SLICED BACON 49C :
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dian Reservation, Mammoth Cave Mrs Gordon Adams visited attended this event. University of Florida and i. got my farm backwards it's too 1 1111

National Park, and Oak Ridge friends in Orlando and in Tampaall Revival At Holiness Church I' will be a Mrs.j.Langley wet to dig the grass; up there inStarke.

Tenn. Before returning to Keystone of last week. Ray Harms, a 17-year-old boyof j I I Hampton Elementary School dur-I I II and it's too dry to plantit II1I

she also visited her niece On Wednesday morning July Maxville is conducting a revival -I ing the coming school year. | here in Brooker." The Brooker I Fresh Small and Meaty

and husband. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. 25, Miss Becky Brice and her uncle this week at the Congre- I Mr. ana Mrs. C. M Greene area hasn't been getting the rains

Massey in Macon Ga Miss Em- Jack Nelson left by plane for I gational Holiness Church. The Mrs Mary Moslev.. and Mr. and. that the folks in the L"lwtey area I I Pound

ma Kate's mother Mrs. E. W. Ottowa Ohio, where Becky will public is invited. Services will be Mrs Joe Lucas and children of I' have been getting. PORK SPARE RIBS 39C1 i! (

Mansfield during her daughter's visit the Nelson family for a time.: held through Saturday night. Maxville were Sunday dinner: -- I

absence, visited in Macon, Ga., Mr and Mrs. O. L. Brannen I 'amp Meeting I' guests of the Avory Blades in''II Under the supervision of Councilman !

with the Masseys and then wenton and children, have just returned Camp Meeting of the Congre Hampton Sunday. : I. E. Clark, the City of .

to Statesville N. C. with Mr. from their vacation which theyspent gational Holiness Churches will I Mr and Mrs Cecil Moore of'' Starke used the District's roto- Boston ButtPORK 1.1

and Mrs. Jerome Carter to visit in Claxton, Ga.isiting begin on Wednesday, Aug. 8, at I Archer were Sunday visitors at cycle mower and F. F. A. tractor) .

another of her daughters, :Mrs. with Mr Brannen's parents. Mr I the Camp Grounds over at Glen I the home of.Mrs. T. F. Brown in I to mow the Legion and Boy Scout I Pound III

Charlie Lewis. Then, coming by and :Mrs. Lester Brannen, and in ; St Mary and will last for 12 days. Hampton. grounds. I ROAST 39C .

way of the Skyline Drive throughthe Statesville Ga., where they were I All ages of these churches are invited I Mrs T. E. Simmons of Chase --- i

Mountains of North Carolina, guests of Dr. and Mrs. PaulALVAREZ' to attend. I Citv..' Va., Eugene, Simmons of- j I Big Boy Pievatt used the District's -
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I Ir 1 )Ir. and Mrs Oscar Vdkinsonthe Winston-Salem N. C. and friends rotocycle mower to mow .
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STORE Established ''I daughter born on Thursday July with Mr and Mrs R. O Simmons. I Big Boy has his vacation now and ,

.j I 1894 I : 5. at St Vincent's Hospital. Jacksonville enroute to Daytona Beach and ic was planning to put in some I'

I The young lady has been Silver! Springs for a vacation IripMis .I day I peas but he got sick. Sure I

t, named Cheryl: Loname. Ethel Tidwell and Miss vas. a bad time to get down.I I II Baby Beef Sale

We are glad to learn that little Betty Durling visited the Edward I' II I I

NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 David Ray Wilkinson, son of Mr Saxons in Eau Gallic last week- was out to Paul Barker's place I

and Mrs Wilbur Wilkinson is improving end. *>n 301, North of town the other

PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL after a recent illness. Sarah Gardner of Tampa was lay. and we were discussing soil

I Wilbur Wilkinson is recuperating with Mrs. J L. 1 mproving crops. Paul stated that I I
a supper guest ;
MARION FINANCE CO., Inc. I from a painful risen on his Williams and Russell Williams ic VMS going to put in land Per Pound
knee, which had to be lanced. Saturday. I building crops that are suitable! CHUCK ROAST 33CRound
'or the different types of soils'
218 W.
University Ave. Phone FR6-5333 I Mrs. Ina Knight and son. Ronnie -
}le has on his farm. "I'm not I
Gainesville Fla.
have been vacationing for the
Franklin, Mrs. Brannen's parents. ready to farm yet. but when I :
and last ten days: with relatives in '. BoneSHOULDER
Mrs Jack Haberstroh
I ret ready want my land in good
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Jacksonville and
daughter, Marcia left July 16 for Georgia. s hape; ," says Paul.
Mr and Mrs M L. Watterson, Per Pound
Kendallville. Ind. to visit another
Mrs Dot Eiland. Mr. and Mrs. ROAST 39CSirloin
SAVE on your INSURANCE / daughter. Mrs. Bob Bordner. and | Paul Tabor L. A. Jacobsen,
Freddie Watterson spent the j
family. Their next stop was Kenmore md H. E. Van Arsdall. all of the
weekend in Everglades City with '
20' DISCOUNT ON FIRE N. Y. where they were; oil; Conservation Service, weren
Mr and Mrs Don McMahone and : |
guests of Mis. Clara Blum who : Bradford County checking on
Dannie. While there Mr .
OrCLUB
son.
visited the Haberstrohs last t he different types of land improving -
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30r DISCOUNT ON MOTELS I Watterson had the pleasure of
Ha
spring. From Kenmore Mrs. I and conserving ('rops'hat '
catching aI 3-4 foot Silver King Per Pound
berstroh and Marcia will go to t are growing in this area. It'f fs
10-20% Discount On Automobiles Tarpon. J STEAKS 49CRound
Williamsport. Pa. and visit all i i one of the objectives of the|i
I Mr and Mrs. M. L. Watterson
the other Haberstroh children. E Soil Conservation Service to get I
and Dr. and W 1fiddle- I
Mrs E.
Mr Haberstroh will join them t o the farmer planting material ,
Buy Mutual/ Insurance And Save ton of Starke spent several days ;
there and they will return to Key- ( : tat hat will help him do a better|
stone Heights before the openingof j their cottages in Cedar Key j..ob of producing cash crops. OrTBONE

Quick Claim Service No Membership Dues school. i i last week.jService. i I

Mrs. J. C. McKee ana son flew Howard Norman used the Disnet's Per Pound
Two Licensed Agents To Sene You II STEAKS 59C
down from Pittsburg Pa. and are I Officer Says ; t rotocycle mower on his I .
at her place, on the Lawtey-Raiford :
visiting Mrs Lottie Ilgen (
DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY home on Brooklyn Bay.A '(War Orphans EntitledTo load. ,

recent letter from Leslie Ri- Educational GrantThree :
daught to his: parents Mr and Eldon Sapp used the District's j i I Virginia Cobbler

136 W. Call Street Phone 2S5iv Mrs. Harold Ridaught, states I years of government-paid grain drill to plant hay peas and

I that he is back on the job in Casablanca education are awaiting war orphans s oybeans. Eldon says he is goingo POTATOES 10 Pounds.
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.. __ ; I after his minor operationat of World War I, World t use more cover crops to build 69CVine
K I the Air Forcer Base there. Leslie War II, and the Korean War. '>i u ip the organic material in the'
That's the word from Bradford s 1011. \
has been overseas with the Air
Service Officer Albert Lee Crosby _
Force for several months.
ServiceAll I, David Sen'is who makes his who said the educational I RipeCANTALOUPES

I home with his grandparents. Mr program signed by President
Eisenhower in June becomes SQUARE DANCEAT For
'and Mrs H. A. Whitehead. has effective Oct. 1. 2 39CFancy '
arrived home again after visiting I
I The program provides SllO
in the North this summer.
I monthly for full-time studentsand THE
Miss Bobie Bastedo spent last
the aid extends over a three
Work Guaranteed .- Free Estimates week-end with Miss Ann Vance year period. ElbertaPEACHES

Fully Equipped ... DependableAll in Gainesville. The only stipulation is that the FRIENDLYSTOP
Mrs C. J. Muhlhofer is still in must have
war orphan's parent Pounds
Makes and Models Chicago with her daughter Mrs died of sen-ice-connected or sen- 5 49CLand

R. E. Walter. According to word ice-aggravated causes. :

'I received by her son, Wally Mrs The aid extends to war orphans I
CHAS. II
C. SHEPHERDTV
Muhlhofer may te well enoughto between 18 and :23! years although I I

travel in about a month so there are some exceptionssuch Each '
Friday Night 0 Sunshine
Radio Seat Covers Upholstering that she ran return home to Keystone as the orphan who is a veteran -

Phone 239 Starke Fla. I
himself.
, : Crosby said there are some MUSIC,BY TIlE Quarters

OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY I YOU'LL l.on> the new Ester-1 j: 4000 war orphans in Florida BUTTERPound E 65C

, II I brook purse-size fountain pens in i ipastri alone He urged parents or Dixie Rhythm Boys I

.. &. I shade-i-Only $2.58 at Bradford I guardians to contact him for application .
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Mrs John Denmark of Jacksonville Sadie Smith of Hawthorne is I-u.I -j- -.>.'I\ Ci'inplaint \\ ill! be taken as 1 i fd by you.
ft.-.fl li> > ou. This notice shall be published
Mrs P. S. Den- her Linda South
visiting cousin
was visiting T'.. '
iintite 'hall he p'ilii--hed i[>nce each week fufour consecutiveeek
mark last Friday and Saturday.Mr. this week. ." .arh t "t..k fur four oon-ecume i. In the BRADFORD COUNT
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!h in the Hradf d C''uny Tele- FEI-EORAPJI.
and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez! Mrs. John Christiansen is in {:' ph. I..,'. .! :1. _'r: ,I." ..f I..S "
attended the annual meeting of valesing at home after unii!"ia ,- !' i'I il I i''h,., dai. ,.f \..(. "i-'. 1 1-: ;... i,lO1FLClAL ;JAL, b..rl"" d. 1'... ".
"" ':II la! :>rall ,'lIdr1.-- A I...,0' Clerk of the Cir.-ult OViirMarian -
the State Farmers Market in ing surgery at the Bractmtn t'leik "f the. Circuit r,ur: i iI I r.y U Crosby.' Deputy. ClerkMIIII

Winter Haven from Wednesdayto County Hospital. Her daughter 1 I":i :Marian: L. Cros-b}. Pernsn- ;' it'l..rl' .<.1MtrifK. .. '

:Mrs. John Jenks of New Oi leans
Friday of last week. T i: 10 1111:1111111: <<"
YIN THE NEWS
Rev. and Mrs. Summers Clark is with her during her illness 10 IPPHlll In I he (..niirl Of 1 hr tonal. Jailur.llridf .
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rtl I .UII'% lloriiia.In
In I ircuit t ourf. Bradford i'uaotr. ,
Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Moms Caitei .
Westfield. .
of I'roliatr.In
and children .
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r--r-r rrsssss i-'luriila: In t hanrery.U .
, -a-rn-fl :Monday: evening dinner had as Sunday guests. :Mi: und :.Lain i.ip. r. 1'l.nniitf 'j.. I'.TI- i. I IN--. ,.f I 1,1, -:. .....
were ..
Kirnanile? I. ".d.
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Mrs. Wallace Faulk J C Clark of Fort Lauderdalewas Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs. Auston Jones of Challotlp llaKag.: i. 1' feiuiant.Caie ... .. .
of Mr.
Mr and 1 guests and N.>. IO-1T23( : 1 \M ( rrdiior anil lrr *a lla -
id family of Jacksonville spent :Monday visitor of Mr. and I X. C.. and :Mr. and :Mrs.: Framf'- \.. .
,aturday with Mr and Mrs. Max-' Mrs Maxie Carter Sr. Mrs. Gerald White. Mrs. Sam : ton Zebs of Florence S. C 4ii '-.I...1.. 'ni 1'.r..III\*- al.1'adili:Max, "Km.r i- I.I St"It..rz>->,. Void Yon and K.ktatr. a:. h ...f"HI are I.. i.

Carter Sr. arm Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalezwere Caruso and Mrs. Louise Hines of u Mrs. Rhoda Dampier attendedthe -. .t. :M.ti >\ ifl... I'alf'rui4. .notified and r-iU.ri'd. t<> pre--nt. ..r.'
( II that jams! and demand> whiih s. :! <
> hereby notified a
i.u are
Service Board
on vacationing last week at Selective mee' .
Mrs.
.'arter Jr at their cottage Jacksonville were visiting iit fur divorce .ther of > i.u. may have against th-
ingsley Lake. the St. Petersburg beaches.Mr. Henry Stefanelii Thursday and I ing in Gainesville Wednesday )f !ias been filed against you in the tM itz: d. late of said I'..tuut\
dtie named Court and cause and
Mrs. Johnnie last week. ,
and Hamiltonof
Crenshaw j I
week.
and Mrs. Roy of last
the f
ISradfonlI'nuntv.
Mr. Friday and you are required to serve a to Countv Judge c>
nd family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob West Palm Beach were guestsof Mrs. Edward Bums returned | Mrs. Walter Cooper has return- i ..
j t hi'ii-e of said "oiintv t
ndrew of Ocala were weekend the W. L. Andrews Wednesday. i home Tuesday after three weeks i I ed home after two mor.ths'ISlt the.\II..rnlJ."u.complaint on.> T.the I.n'"m.PlaIntiffs 316 >Slarke. lo''rida.ilhin' eight > M-!

uests of Mr. an j Mrs. James ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robertsof I| visit in Long Beach. Los Angeles I with her son and daughter-in-law. rri'fr-Mnnal ISuildinif, Jaikstm2. enii.ir months from the tune of tfirt ;,.-
.
Lake Butler \ d!!I. 2. Florida i publication of thisiioini' Kai h
and Mrs. Bernice friends .
i Cal., with Cmdr. Mrs. Walter Cooper
hitty. and Pasadena i and and file the original In the office cf claim or di mand shall be in vvtitmg. -
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chitty I Homes of the State Farm both i I and relatives. I at Long,: Beach Cal. LT. COL. II.ROLDSIII..E\' (left), Group II commander of the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or and hall state the plare nfrisideme

vnt Sunday in Lakeland. Ga.. were recent guests of the W. L. ;I Steve Simmons was in Pensa- i I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uozny and : Chil Air Patrol, was presented an engraved bronze plaque in appreciation otherwise I Inform thi the:1 dav allegations..f Sipt ,of l"Dt said! >, i the claimant and and post shall offu-e be address sworn >I..f'

isiting his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Andrews.Mr. I cola Sunday to Wednesday to j children of Washington. and Mr of hit sen ices to the Kej'stone Squadron as a highlight of Complaint will be taken as confess- b>' the claimant. his agent or attorney

'. F. Chitty. and Mrs. Junius Smith j give exams for 75 pharmacy ap- I'j, and Mrs- Robert Davenport of an outing at the Ashley lodge near Melrose on a recent Saturday. ,''ed This by you.notice shall be published once : not. and so any filed such shall daunt be void or demand

Miss Linda Johns spent last were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest | plicants. '! Bedford Va.. spent last week Presenting the award was Capt. Bert Christoffers, commander of the I each week for four consecutive j Signed. Kva U Fernandez.A .

eek in Atlanta visiting Mr. and Jones and Mrs. Joe Wilson I I Miss Joan Furlong spent the 1 I with their daughter and family. 1 Keystone Squadron. The occasion was in honor of Col. Ashelj's weeks graph. In the Bradford County Tele ..f s Richard AdmmiMratnx Stephen: of Fernandezdeceased. the Kstatt

frs.[ L. F. Lewis and family. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. George past ten days attending the Har- j Mr. and Mrs. :Morris Carter. birthday, and among those present were Col. Joe Moody, Wing Commander I'..'.... tit I il. F.rst I.ublll"alll.nugu t :t. I" 'i{
Fort Bennett in Orlando over the at the R. C Dampier (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.
of I :Mrs.:
Music Camp Mr. and
Alvarez "
Gail
Glenda mony Bay | I of Orlando Lt. 'ol. ldIow: of the National CAP staff and Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 j
feyers has spent the past two weekend.Mr. I West Florida Baptist Assembly[ had as Sunday. July 22. guestsi By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClarkS '
of tbe local Air
commander Force KesmeSquadron.
:Maj. Gordon Kigflow,
Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill were i J. T. Sears and 3 H S.4Noru .
eeks with her grandparents. 1 grounds in Panama City. :\ and Mrs. 'I

nd Mrs. Raph Alvarez. vacationing in South Florida and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and daughters i children of Miami Mr. and Mrs. : t: 10 A ri-K%ii

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdalend Key West last week. I Wednesday for Tchula Miss.. R G. Zeigler and daughter. Judy. 1 la FUrldxt CIrcuit la{"DArt'haD"n.. Bradford Counts

family and Mr. and Mrs. I. Mrs. M. Tatum of Greenwood I to visit her parents. Mr and Mrs.J. i i'f Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. \\.1 I Trudv ir'v.e! M.n |'la:ii'.ff. \v II. n-
[ last week :Mis. :Max Furlong spent the llcilnit A. \\ JlluiiiIVnil.iit.. i'I. :Max lIt'(. nil..int.
spent her
Sun- with daughter for three weeks. Mr. ly I
Bedwell. children
.. Harris and family spent I M. T. Zeigler and and <'as. X". 10-1721 ., t'a"t :N"<\ 11).1) IT.
Mrs. Jack Du lars. and fam- of Jacksonville. of : weekend with :\lr.l11J: :Mrs \<,,Ic. To 'pi..r ..
ay at Jacksonville Beach.C. Mrs. Mae Jones : and :Mrs L. J. Moon Jackson-1 >oi Ire To *opr r
.
I D.I I Pritchard in Gainesville. T" llfrlifit \Villiani". wh.>-- T..nn.' ( > Mav whi"r.. .il. n. .
C. Hoppe of Tampa was va- ily.Mr. was visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E. I ville and Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank and r.-ut.tn .. MI X>a..k Xw Y"iK. anilwhi I' Mil'-nliall.' Mi a'.1- ..nilni"i" ..nlilir !
aliening last week with his sis-I and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Middleton on Tuesday. i Griffis ani children of Theressa. :Mr and Mrs. J. S. Adair >k.' :111,11'--' It. <:tural l>elu>.rNjatk \ ,'- i I' KniitJ. lli.\: ;'>. Mi ml-1.It.tll I.I i 1.-

>rs-in-law. Mrs. O. L. Beasleyd family were vacationing the past I Mr. and Irs. C. H. Padgett" Mrs. F.ffie Johns had as weekend :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Addir ot :<\ You .an-Xiv li..r.-I.v Y"iK. notified that a I l''i I I, Mi try>-. nrnDT notified that a

Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. two weeks at Fernandina Beach. have returned to their home in I guest her niece Mrs. Henry West Palm Beach were o\einight suit for ilivniif. rare. < u>unh. Mnt f..r.I..r.l *-. a'pionx! a'.I i .
I of last week of ami u ""!11".1 <.l l minm ,1111011..n
Wednesday toratmni inauli
Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson has returned Miami after a weeks visit with of :Maxville.Mrs. guests I n uigoe04a
child- Carter
Jr. ia" urrii fiicu flit
A. and i tfKAiii&i
Mrs. B. Pope I : >uu tu been !ueu agamm >uu In the
returned to their home in after six weeks visit wits I Mr. and :Mrs.: Willard Wynn and I J. E. Futch celebrated her Mrs. W. G. Haile Sr. above named Court and cause and above named Court and cause and
j n friends in Mrs. Harold Gish and son rou are required to serve a copy 01 you are required' to serve a copy ol
('orfolk Va., on Sunday after Norfolk Va. I family. birthday anniversary on Wednes- I and :Mrs fOUr answer or pleading to the your answer or pleading to the complaint -
withr Mrs. Charles Dinkins and Miss: Mrs. Effie Johns had as Sunday dinner paity. Dana. of Mm ray. Ky. ornolaint on the Plaintiff on the plaintiffs Atiorne
month of July family
iding the day at a
Attorney William P. Morgan SOT .
Mrs. Car Ethel Pickren of Gainesville are AlanVmt i Ir 19 Kim! ilaTill.
mother. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Sarah Barefoot were business: I' guests her sister Among those attending were Mrs I Mr ft Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Fred Guyd visitors in Jacksonville Thursdayof rie Smith. and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. L. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. spending several weeks with Florida Florida,
and and fIe the original In the
office
,
and Mrs Seeber Goodman of ianu tile toe original in the office of
[ children, who also spent July last week. C. Smith of Dade City. Jim Chasteen and children and I he Clerk of tt>.. Circuit Court on :Ithe Clerk of the Cirnilt Court on or Never too Big
5th Mrs. Adkins. returned to Mrs. J. F. Robb and children Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and son :Mrs. M. C. Rtith and daughter. family. ir before theU.i lieforehi 1 d.uy of Si pteuibt r, 19;;,;;
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; and > "I iiUmlu I'-'it,
Willis r
M. C. Well! I Mr. ani Mrs. Dick otherwise the alleieatlona ot bald
have to their in Mrs.
lieir home in Gainesville on Tues- returned home I Wayne. Mr. and Sandra. of Washington. returned to otborwife the allt *lluni, of >aC ''Complaint will be taken as confess! To Learn !
Charlotte. N. C.. and Mrs. R. F. and Frankie Hutto of Jackson- dau htt'r. Beth. have Comolaint will ** taken as confeng- ed by you.
1Y. -.1 \ Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish after 'd by youThis
Praether Wednesday t<) their home in Tennessee I This notice shall oe publishedonce i
Sandra
an daughter .
I are spending;: several days i with Mr. and eai cont-.cu-
have returned to their home ir at Gardens. spending a week mice ea'h week for four coneecutlv In the Eradford County
Cypress five week
j Monday ThINGS; change lot in few
'I. "; I II I West Palm Beach visiting S Sgt.S w" -ks in the Bradford County Teletrooh a a
Jennings' La.. after Charles Fields and son: :Mrs. V. O. Bridges.Mr. ,Telegraph.hat..I I
spending Mrs.
I I and Mrs. Dolph Reddish and in of !tin1 I ila\ "flIgu't.l 1'T.f, years. New values, new po-
i several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. I of Jacksonville spent several day;: I and :Mrs. Charles Knight llattil thi1 day nf AuguM. ITib (OFFICIAL SEAL, Charles A. Darb) sessions changing economic
Fort Lauderdale visiting Mr. and E. (Ol-Fl<_IAU SEAL Chanea varIiClerk :
A.
Mrs. D. ) i Clerk of the Circuit Court
visited
FLORIDATHEATRE J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Fay Gill. with her parents Mr. and MrsliOlin L | Gainesville
"f thi. Clrrult conditions windstorms
fires
t Mrs. D. M. Heath. I Il I. CVun By Marian L. Crosby Deputy.. ClerkS -
I afternoon.Mr. By Marian '
The Robbs were accompanie
i home by Sammy Gill who will b< I Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal am: Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren !I and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. ::1! 4t 8 :J4 What's, "in the books" for
:\ : "\PPF.UI
I Ga..
their guest for two weeks. sons. Tommy and David. spenr t and family of Statesboro and sons Larry, arrive at the .:\OTJfITU4PPEtt |In Circuit (',,urt.. llradford Couat.Fl..rldis ,. ? Better call on this
I will the weekend with her Smith's mother. In ( Ir. ult Cuurt. llrailford COD at,. la ( you
il spend Mrs. aanrrrr.Joveph '
Mr. an home of
and Mrs. Charley Parkei! the weekend at Daytona Plurldai I. C'hmirrrr. l.a I'urte. I'laintiff, v Jtnnie Agency today for up-to-the-
I lof Daytona Beach and Mr. am 1 Flasler; Beach. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Mrs. R. J. Davis. on Saturdayfor Juaiut.i Slnie, I'lamtiff \'- J.inn'- l..:i Corte, Iiefemlant minute insurance advice and

j Mrs. T. F. Hutto and familj f Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boone an,il I They will be accompanied Arthur home a wef'k's'acation.. I:. Shue, Defendant.i'a'1' :No. IO.lj:4 To 'pnearii fa-.e X... 1".ITinIto'lrr prot ection.

of Jacksonville were weekem J children of Jackson Tenn.. re_ by their nephew. John Sylvia Paulk is \'isitingIayor :Nolirr To Appear i! To: Jennie I.a ('"rtf. who.e ri'>.--

SAT AUC.: 4 ONLY I guests of the L. S. Hutto family turned home Thursday afte r Reddish. for se'eral'eks visit. and Mrs. Jeff Paulk and family .T.m.i:. 3.anil.utues a
DOUBLE FEATURE -. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis am I spending several weeks with he r I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish in Willacoochee. Ga.. this week. You are hereby notified that a suit suit for divorce

i j family of Mobile Ala.. spen t parents. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Whit,e i and lIOn will spend the weekend Lou I O. E. Stanstury and Rev. WS. f maiden'.r ditmve name ami r.-Mi.iti.n of above has been named lied Court against and yog cause In and the 1iH. C. Wall% Agency

several days last week with Mr'. Sr. with her mother. Irs.Iamie I McAhley attended a called bas been fried against you In the you are required to serve a copy of .
I I Edwards in Jacksonville. Suwannee Pres- above named Court and cause and your answer or pleading to the
.
and Mrs. I. E Clark. Mrs. A. B. Cellon and Mrs. 1 meeting of the
Phone 146
you are required to serve a copy of (mnlaint on the Plaintiff AttorneyII i :
I Mrs. Alice Langford of Lak
I Butler visited Mrs. R. A. Thoma!i I Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Ann!, i :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watterson and terian Church in Jacksonville on complaint li..'..n.\:on<;the nin.Plaintiff Starkf. Attorney Kinrid.i. :and file the .original Klonda In the office I 200 E. Call Street

several days this week. I Hollingsworth. Miss Dorothy Eiland spent the Monday.Mr. I and file the original In the officeof 'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
with Mr. and Mrs. Don- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Fla.
weekend and Starke.
Mrs J. C. Grant
.t and ". .. ,
1"1' Inf4>ie tin- !:tv "f Sipimi"! i. ilay i f S-.,p't! t i 1 l'i"i .
'. 1 aid McMahone in the Everglades.Mr. children of Green Cove Springsand 1956; otherwise the allegations of otherwise the allegations of paid

I- -. ..--...I--- Solid Silver Bonus and Mrs. Earl B. Searingand :Mrs. Mary Grant of Chester. I Complaint! will be taken as confess-
children spent last week at Sunday :
S. C.. were dinner guests* j I
AND Daytona Beach. of Rev. and Mrs. W. S. :Me1Ahley. \ ,

KILLERS I :Mrs.: n. B. Trask returned to ; :: :: ,

en B loot. Buy 3 I Free her home in Lakeland Mondayi Mrs. W. G. Haile Sr. leaves' 1956 Automatic Deluxe '

...In YOUR get i i I after visiting her mother. Mrs. Tuesday to spend! a month with :

hon.1 W. H. Perkins for the past tendays. relatives in Charlotte. N C. and i 0 RANGE

Atlanta and Rutledge. Ga. :
I
Dr. and Mrs. Clues Howard of
A Gift of International Place I i -
an Sterling Setting Pelham. Ga.. visited Sunday with Sister Of Nasworthy Huge Master Oven with Automotk ;

his uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Floodlamp \

\\OUJS Value *2550 to $2f75 i; M. F. Hudson. Dr. Howard a 1937 !I Dies In Jacksonvillei : Fingertip Pushbutton Controls, Oven

graduate of the Augusta Medical i I Timer Minute Timer

College owns and operates a 25-; I servues for Mis MarY 1 1 Calrod Bake and Broil Urns,
'I : :T.9.: sister of C. H i
bed hospital at Pelham. The cou- 'C. Lanlt'!!; "Focused Heat" Broiler
?
Xasworthy of Starke. were held! -
pie and their four children were
: !' j :
in Jacksonville. ONLY
Beach for a recently
.. WLfiy PARK enroute to Daytona .
JACK KtLLV
_. OWAftO JOHH CAMAVITIt vacation. I :Mrs. Landers was born in Re- :i I HOME
'
DAVID CttO Ga but had lived in Jacksonville j \ 'i -
-b.--11"A i becca. '
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Mr and Mrs. K A. Wynn .
I
\ ,
COLUMBIA PxrruAeha Bea(h. $199 _
I Whippoorwill Cove. Hampton. I Services were in the MemorialChapel I Ii I Model_ ;:,

"Will Do Mouse Work" CarJ4)fl :, have returned from a combined of Seashole Funeral Parlors i i J367 .''d
"Sfaound" ; business and pleasure trip to Cer- i I I i ,_ _
!
and First Chapter with the Rev. Richard :M.:
r4lrjFfl3 ro Gorda. N' C. They were accompanied -
Serial I Barber officiating. She was a
home by Mrs. Wynn's :: Baptist See the Complete Line of
I member of the Mayfair
: sister. Mis. Bertha Rowell. who _
J. E. WALL, JR. will be their guest for several Church. G-E Ranges in Mix or Match Colors
she is survived -
i- I Besides her brother. _
weeks.
by her husband. Clifford _
Sunday. Monday, Tuesday Friends of Mrs. Wilbur A. I Clifford
Landers Jr. a son.
I E. ;
Aug. 5, -6, 7 Scott will h f' glad to hear of the I Mrs. Bessie Nas-
: III; her mother.

THE KING gradual mother. Mrs.improvement Babcock. of who her is. I' worthy sisters from all of the Jacksonville Jacksonville; three area 0i 1 NTGRIFF

seriously ill in a Hamilton Ontario -
Mrs.
Brantley.
AND I Irs. :Minnie Lee

hospital. JMattie t :: Lou Goude and Mrs. Beatrice : GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
I With DeBorah lifer and Vul I- f W. R. :Miller of Miller-Baker 'I Roberts; and two brothers.
Co. is in Daytona Beach for a Park Starke Fla.
Winter
of
Brynerfuii Nasworthy
I J. T. _
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Quack Adootlle IV Cartoon a- week buying orange blossom 1 and Charles S. Nasworthy of --- -
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Alt Northern
I honey for supplying Whitehouse -

6i1r KACtIN : consumers during the coming sea-
FLOYD GREEN USA. i

son.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt Native Of Bradford

Wed., Thurs. and Fri. and family, who are on two weeks Dies In Jacksonville BUY NOW
Now for the first time in
August 8. 9, 10 vacation. plan to spend next week : .

Sterling history, you get a 7' at St. Augustine Beach. I Peter B. Byrd. 76. a native of

DOUBLE FEATUREWARNING place setting FREE when you Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree. Bradford County. died Friday in DON'T LET

!, buy THREE 5>pc. place settings : I __ __ former Starke residents were' Jacksonville where he had lived JACK FROST
!
in lovely !International visiting Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Ad- for 13 years.
:
COVER! Sterling. This wonderful ams and family at Kingsley Lake Mr Byrd was a retired far CATCH YOU NAPPING!
TAKE ..
i money-saving plan brings r on Saturday. mer and a member of the Christ-
I
ttWC SAUCWS 1NVJUVE OUJoanUfLOR you lifetime pride in selling Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and ian Church. Funeral services ,

your table wth: precious solid _ family are spending this week ( were held Sunday at the grave-I HAVE

I I silver.. .not just a few pieces with Mrs. W. B. Mundy at Kings-1: side in Sapp Cemetery at Rai- INSTALLED
_ _
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but enough to entertain 4 ley Lake. i'' ford. Rev. J. A. Rich. pastor of QUAKER

people graciously. Your Mr. and Mrs Ray Stone and'I the Garden City Church of God YOUR NOW

choice of 15 deep sculptured .. Mr. and Mrs. ButchVise leave officiated.

patterns in International Sterling today for two weeks vacation Survivors included his wife

of luxurious weight.You'll _ with relatives in Greenville. Pa. four daughters: one son. eight

treasure it forever. Offer expires Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan and Miss sisters. three brothers. 19 grandchildren 'I i $ DELIVERS WITH NO PAY-
week at great-grandchild-
August 31, 1956 Pat Lamb spent last an Daytona Beach. I 1 ren. ;

Tommy Thomas and Gary ,. Among the survivors from this MENTS UNTIL

Gibbs of Fort :Myers are guests area were five sisters. Mrs. OCTOBER FIRSTWe
IT
IlliL"VIN t I 1 of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Thomas I I I. Wealthy Hillyard of Lawtey. Mrs'

': for two weeks. I i Altha Johns. Mrs. Folly Johns ,
;
I Wl7Is. I C1 ONE'E ) S aipwU..g Penny Hollingsworth is in Lake :j and :Mrs. Julie Adams and Mrs i
:
p.S..9. Will
:_ IC I psp i City this week visiting Mr. and ', Nauly Thornton. all of Lake But Make Your Complete Installation

I Mrs J. L. Hair and daughter. !! ler; and three brothers. Jeff Byrd With
M5i3p I Tank and Stand .
/ NO
FOr p..chcol -- FUSS
'Ioc.s."tJ ... .'.f0S _/ ( Ann. i I of Milliard Billy Byrd and Harmon I -
Mr. and :Mrs: Herbert Thomas Byrd both of Lake Butler. NO BOTHER TO
YOU
!
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__ Kathleen. are in i
__ daughter.
and
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Mill( _
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,....50""" 1llREE wg.lciI2 __________ i: Lakeland from Wednesday to Saturday CARD OF THANKS j

_ _ _ _ _ attendng: the State Ameriran i
We wish to express our sincere
: Pay only $0 00 a wtik on any purchaseLIMITED Legion baseball tournament. I I The Famous
Sr: and Mrs. thanks to all who were so kind Quaker Supreme Use 1-3 to 1-2 Less Fuel Iuilt-In Thermo-matic
. . I Mrs O. Haynes
.s.I..SSS the recent illness i I Forced Air Fan Famous Quaker "Smokeless"
I to us during : Burner
------. A. N Holliday and children returned -I 100 Per Cent \1I
I&a.- home Wednesday after and death of Albert Starling our I Welded Air-Tight Construction Automatic Safety Air Control Valve -- Auto"matic
I )Ingll MAiLOWE OFFER I with and I beloved son husband. father Wall Thermostat.
WI J 1$ a ra P.Ctk' two weeks visit Mjr.
I
P....a.0...__..Tn.d lA'tIQC' w.-.s I Mrs Joseph Scanlon in Warring- I brother and grandfather..
s.-_.."" '_ I The Albert Starling Family
I.-a lIKe C._..1A..s. AUGUST 12 THRU AUGUST 31 'ton.'a.. I
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r..c..u,_.'.loU'104" 1 Mrs. Robert Cantrell and children -I

AND of Jacksonville were Sunday THE RIGHT POINT for th HARRY C ELROD FURNITURE CO.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,
write Come in and select -I
\VEREVOLF GEM JEWELRY Green. :Mary Ann and Patty Can- way you
trell remained this week with the your favorite ESTERBRQOK LOWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMSFormerly : Your Credit Is (;ood
I Fountain Pen. TEIXGRAPH. I
}th 8tf\e Hitch & Jojre Holdt-n Greens and Neil Joyners. 218 Temple Are. (
PHONE 170 Driggers) Phene
"Dog Gone' Tirtr" Cartoon I Jerome Edwards was the guestof %OTI1' TO '.f\R 43BR.Dt'ORD
109 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
Harold Mills last week at Jacksonville !. CIrcuit {'..a..t. Hradfor ('.sat7. .
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Florida THERON A. YAWN 1!' PatPd this II: day of Julv. by you. I i Pi'c.1 t':'- ; I ," '

muth just as soon as she was all described of the IVr-"U and : (OfficIal seal) Charles A. : This notice shall be published once : (Of.':.ail Set I" 1: uI .\ :-U-bt
LONG BRIDGE PARCEL .. i-f Merton F. <_'!.i-k. Clerk of the Circuit h week for four consecutive i ClerA -.r :. : C't
FARMBy bandaged up, she went right eni e ,'(. .iiltset C rut. fly Marian L. Crosby Deputy ee-ks In the Bradford County Tele- 1 ByMaranL.! ",,>, I. ,. 'C.
:, AND NEW RIVER west :13 i. s.i:: 7/-0 : I I
batk to work. Quarter _
Janet Turner i afore-aid :\,yli'Tsi'slritrt I
riumn 133JtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA': Mrs. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt Sorry to hear that Joyce Cole- i I Iman's theme .. S,,"HI: TO % ii'i\it Circuit ('..url. Kradfiird ('. | j
S-v<-? teen Irruil I' I mother is' seriously I ill at 'i the ... ... : In I hancerT. r.ild ]: Sun.K Pl.ini' ,
': her home Suse hop> -he will be d.-tance (, Until Hurle on. Plaintiffs. i r.in: InI":. >nil MlIiifend! ,ir.i
I I t- rime! of : liurli: : -11. })tf llClant. 'e Xo ; i ;
J. M. Mr. and Mrs. George Johns and Well soon ,. .
Mr and Mrs. P.radleyhaj iniinB Case No. 10-1676 .11..1' lu tpprari

their Sunday their 'children of Jacksonville were \'isit.1 n nj thu : .. To .\"p"lIr To; I'l.iiuhe 1:. S.molld; HUNDREDSof
a* guest S"i-h, 1 .. Itlie Hurleson wlm.e re-niii ansi addrr-N i- : !
....... ..... :
son and) daughter-in-law. Mr. and ing their parents. Mr. anj Mrs. y. \\--t ,' and address I is: Route 1. I..i ml..\\inue, lit trsslt. Mu 1
I .
I! Smith Johns Sunday.Mr. I..y. :ii a di : Crttk. Alabama You are hereby notified
Mrs. I:. c. Bradley and son of
r -iitake. notified that a d.r, >'. rtiMtnlv and, niaiu-
I are hereby a(>'aiJ.* are managed and economii.1ally -
and Mrs. Pete Sapp of Pa-i HIGHLANDi I )
Ja<'ksonville. I IMis il'fc.-; for divorce care, custody .f miin diildrtn
Ellery Davis. Mrs. A. W. latka were Sunday afternoon i i il -1..11.... support of minor children has been filed again you attended that only a trained and
i, -tike un filed against you in the above named Court and
Anderson Sr., ani Mrs. Eddiej I visitors of the K. A. Sapps. :'! Mrx. Lucy NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 > f the ri been named Court and cause and \ ou are quired: to hers a i \ : careful organization can attend when!

Winer of Gainesville lioad required to serve a >'our answer or plradiiiR to the need for i i.
S hat of Starke were i Mrs. Lois you are urgent serving a:
visiting1 I T.! tuple \\ : of y.ur answer or pleading to plaint on the Plaintiff
Mr and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and ] spent SunJay with Mrs. James 17 ill strees complaint on the Plaintiffs .Man > \\ lust'. .Ir -ii'' i 1 hand.DeVVITT.
I last .. .. .., r..ht'rto. Pro Title CuildiiiK' J... )h-it' :i
Mr. and Mrs. r:. V. Turner Sun- Lavander.Mrs. Mr. an I Mis M L Thompson .. ill-tame ; .HorneJIph Bidg.! Jacksonville 2. Florida

da v. Joe Moody and daughter of .laiksonville and George Gnf- teiime of : and lisle. the original tn the ..
Mrs. Margie Dobbs. spent Satur- theme Xs> file the original in the office of tlie ("I. .'. of the Cinuit
Mrs. William Stippell of New fis visited the La.y Normans before the
M
I t minutes Clerk of the Circuit Court on or C. JONES
relatives and fishingat .. t.: da* f .\' -'. .s" :
after ten day visiting Iii iK"
left this week
Yoik. a Sunday evening Sandra Hosier a the 2 i slav of August. 1956: !

clav visit with her brother-in-law I Lrx-kloosa. I land }Ir. and Mis Roy Griffis and : point poition of I I .." the allegations confess-of said otherwise Complaint the! be allegations taken as i.ed | Phone 7 Starke. Fla. _
will be taken as
and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Donald Adkins of Dundee and I i ht of by y.u. I
/;
I j son of Lawtey also visited them by you. This notice shall lie I Funeral Director Ambulance Service
Adkins of roads or be published once :
Jim Himpton: shall
Dean. father Sunday.i notice nee earh week for four I

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Durden had ]I were visiting the Mr. and Mrs. i Miss Rachel Norman and"au- I'AKCKL ence. .... ..week in the for Bradford four County consecutive Tele- Ti-l-graph.iv" weeks in the Bradford Our local funeral home enable UA to offer convenience m

as their weekend guests Mr. and Albert Moody Friday.Mr. ghn Prescott Sunday at Comer ; I 11.1",.1 t It.>. r. ,I.,,. of .1 'i iU! services not ot&erwl available.
spent
I : yuart.r 1 ': 'sl this 14 dav of .JII!> T>;3C. OKFlCIAljSKAH Charles A. I ;
Mrs R. K Rossiter of Jacksonville and Mrs. George Andersonwere Uuaiier
I llytona'isitin friends and rela Seal) Charles A. Parby. Clerk of the
and Mr. and Mrs. A. in Jacksonville Sunday to i tion 21 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Iy Marian I. Crosby ""..ul I -
degiee L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk T i : ;
C.I ti'es.Mr. Marian
Carter. of Gainesville. see Mrs. Sue Cooper a sister of and Mrs. Floyd Norman along the 7/20 4t sio: I We furnish the highest type service at lowest prtCt'I.&CCtpt ,

Mr. and Mrs. \\'. B. Dickson of Mrs. Anderson. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosley Jinllit thereof fif a NOIH' : 10 4PPF.III ANT life Insurance policy In force. Issued by
0PI'Ilt In (In-uil ( '. llrndforil
toil( l: .sur
Greenwood left last week after j Mr. and Mrs. Robert BardinI | of Jacksonville spent the weekend; of big u n i Circuit Court llradfuril Cuunty. Florida t la ('hnni-ery. company aa payment In part or in full on a funeral.
Susie and Genevieve South S.'. r i: I'u .n. I'l.nntitf, v-.
week with their son- and daughters In ( hancrry. ,
a two stay with the L. M. Normans. Consultation carrie no obligatlen.S .
I I I Cast: a. '\ I.White.. Plaint.ff v- \\'illi.in-, I'll in. Is.-f. nd.ii.
inlaand daughter Mr. and I antI grandson. Van of Canal i Beedie Norman returned home t lie \\ ,,- its 1 White, DtftiidantC '.i-i- =\ :

Thursday night tiKht i of No. 10.IG.7; :Notice Tn .\ppear:
Mrs. E. A. Erwin. I I Point. were j Friday after a week's visit with l.er 2"0 : i-e -- --
.
: ,' '!'.. Appenr I To \'ri' \t llh IM 'J. -i !
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin and ,, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ethan I her son. Dock Norman near Jack- .\t..."".: .. SlIMIIil I White. Whose nsj- ii'-"iil>-ni" Annaiiil.ili.. \ i

fhildien have spent the past two |j: Sapp. Also Mr. and Mrs. Bill Las- 1 i Itl.-". .. 2 o; i ami :..ltlr.'-. is Tnknown and \\ h.'t' addiii- Kill
sonville. \\ "-teriy i are hereby not inert! mat a 'i I It"\ 4I>. Aun.iii'l.i-! \.imii:;
weeks at the Guy Sales cottage atFings1ey lo left Wednesday for Washing-..1! Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling and 71. .feet. : fur .I\ s'r...., i u-tody and COM- I You are hereby notified
their pi 2.t: luldren has been suit for divorce and nI -: II
: Lake. j jMr. ton. D. C.. after visiting u..1 .r minor i i
I I i children of Heilbronn were dinner c.f 9.) .. against you the above named I ot IlIa"\o'1I itain-
and Mrs. Owen House and'i!i parents for five weeks. '] guests of the Albert Normans degrees l and cause and you are re has been filed agaInst yr i .
family spent the weekend in j Mrs. Mary Dukes and son. Donald tance of ; to serve a copy of your an- above named Court and ,
I I i Sunday. I It It x:%; degree- or pleading to the complaint you are required to acne a
Thomasville. Ga. visiting his '' of Jacksonville were weekend t Miss Freda Hardee is spendinga tance of ; the Plaintiff's Attorney vour answer or pleadIng
par'I'I i' and Mrs. Troy ginning. i A. Yawn .Ir. 1'. O. -mplaint on the Plaintiffs
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. guests of Mr. few days with the Bill Pendarvis any i' Hatter 731. !Starke Florida S.iniuV 1 1itzn.; I' O

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long of Dukes. .1 the Right i' file the original In the office ot 1 caine-\ill; <.. Florida 0 A
near Lawtey.
I! Mrs. loador Clerk of the Circuit Court on or and file the original In .
Lubedia Jones and "(
Columbus. Ga. are visiting his ,, Mrs. I Mr and Mrs. Oscar Vansant You and .. the ''of the Clerk of the Circuit

parents Mr. and Mis. A. C. Long]i Jessie tazenby of Gainesvillewere ;I land chil'lien of Callahan weiei by notified I, ;! dav ,.August., 195C. lor, before the
I' been filed the allegations of said it: dav of August. h't.;
Crews
I with Fonie
this week. visiting i '"istingtht': \V. C Hardees: antI llradford: 4 will be taken as confess- {otherwise the allegations

Billy Noi th and his (cousin Paul : and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moody'i Miss Crews Sunday. erv.. IKa by you. (,Complaint will be taken as (cunfes'J '
I I Maggie 'ed
a Floi ida 4 i I notice shall tie published by you. I I _
Beavers left Monday for Paul'ahome. j I Saturday afternoon. .1! Mr. and Mrs Gene Norman of and .iKa.n-t : ", "each week for four consecutiveI | This notice shall be ,
Tallassee. Ala. Paul has Ohio Kendrick of Atlanta spent' ileleinlauts. I in the Bradford County Tele- lonce each week for four '
j Jacksonville visited the L. M Reeks In the BRADFORD
spent the past two weeks visiting last week visiting with his sister,,' Normans during the week. .suit.f plaintiff.i- to '| 'aled thiII day of July, 1950 TELEGRAPH.
'I' I'I .' I'a ti-d Ilu ii; d.iv of Jiih I
Schofield.Mrs. .. SEAL) Charles A. Darh :
the Annie '
will Mrs. h'i
spend
Billy and Billy Norman hails a
Ellen
and
Mrs. Sarah
I Clerk of tho Circuit Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles
alto\t dt '
next two weeks with Paul and Nan Merritt made a business s Clerk Clerk of the Circuit
: i j were in Jacksonville Friday on simple] title: i Marian L. Crosby Deputy
his family. trip to the tobacco marketin appear and 7,13 It S ", By Marian U Crosby i I THIS AUTOMATIWASH
-
: i business' ;. I IO'fU ; _
..
Mrs. Annie R. Norman Mr. Lake City Friday. The market: swer or _
: i Don't forget Church and Sunday lornev A. J.
'PPIIt '
%ui'i'irl..4 :> K 1"1"1'; \
Bruce Norman and son of Jacksonville has opened and tobacco is sellingfor : I School. Come out and worship dress js. / ; (Irciill ......1'.. llrndliird County,>' IB Circuit ('ourt. Bradford

were weekend guests of a good price. I' Starki. l-ls. : In Chaurrrr. I'liirlila: In ( hanrrr.1sine ... .
I with us. Kinal of i 1 ... .. liuruse .Tonkin". Plaintiff Till. 1', I'l..niff. \ :': -...... .:;. .-_... 'L.r 7f E
1
Mr. and Mis. M H. Richarde.Mr. tlie of tic.' nf : Jo-tph' \\'. Jenkm Defendant. 'I'iili i Dvlvndani. '\: '
and Mrs. Donald Conerlyof ; I II In 1 he Citllntv JllilruX 4 ..".1. In of Ciniut (', : :; Case No. 10-1671' ."e Xo, ; i I ': !tr i4':
a nil I'nr Krailforil I mini *. 1'lur- otherwise : .-e "'.. .Aiirnr '! Nnllce To App..ar.'I S Nc-., .4' '
Plant City weie Sunday guestsof I lila. C implaint \ : Joseph W. JenVIn" whose 1''I 1 .lolui Tiller who" n I .i : sii ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts. I BIG DADHAPPENINGS In 1'riiliiitr ed by > ".'..' '''' '' and address Unknown anti ..idii < >-- IL'nktioun.; '
IX HKThe F.tltp \V.iltor IT IS } \ 1 are hereby notified that.' i You are ccrnDy notirinl ,
Mrs. Hal George and childrenof F1..ihri; nn .1..a..1 this Older. i uil for divorce and restoration i' sun forDivorce i iI
Winter Haven are visiting her I II \..lIur ..f rilinc; i-lili..n." for I'iiiul ti. e I.. [ I .f maden name I I I
llj;..i-hirtt.* .if \iliniiiKlrliliirNotice i ach stick been filed against you In the, i has been filed against you i
parents. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt I hcrMiV piven that I havtfiIttI weeks. m ths : I named Court and cause and above named Court and ,!

Sinclair.Mr. I By Joyce Castlen iI i niv)' final, r,"'ur'1* a' Ailmini-, graph. a I1'f are required to er\e a copy of' you are required to serve a ,
I stt-it.r itf the K-tate "f \'alt'r published in answer or pleading to the com-. your answer or pleading to
ana Mrs. J. C. Wallace 1"'i'.i hmann. it..I. Tli.it I WITXKSS 1 on the Plalntiff'JUorney plaint on the Plaintiff's ;
spent the weekend in Jacksonville have filtd my IVtiti"ii f..r tlKtri- seal at : ,," & Maddox. 109 Law Ex- T. F'r .sruk Landium. !arl- ]I
Melba Tetstone had a very nice j liutiini I ami! fur final d t liarce'. a nil Florida "" 'mnlt.. iuilding Jacksonville 2, and file the original in the. :' Completely Automatic
I
visiting her brother-in-law and to1' that nn the Sth ....>- i>f Ausii-t (OFFICIAL the Clerk of the Circuit "
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bryant. time last weekend. She went i HC.6. I will I I m apilv t.. the ItO fl..taIl'Th.r..n CHAIU.KS'; !! file the original in the office of,. heft th' IT dauf .\ /: ; / Just Set The Dial
the Grand Ole Opera in JCashville | .\. Yawn. Count' Judge, of cii tk oi 1 Clerk of the Circuit Co'irt on or otherwise the allegations !
The Wallace's also met her nephew. : r.raiH'.n ("'111I'''. Florida for approval Cuntv the I Complaint will be taken as Easy Top loading

Tom Lang of Lake Woith Tenn. Also visited Ruby ..r <.ud final returnand for lj ll.i-iai I ; I day of August 19.16; 'led by you '': y :- ( Eliminates Awkttt
Falls and Look Out Mountain. j order of .Iitrihllli..n and final IIi-- e the allegations of said I I This notice shall oe J
and he accompanied thpm home rharse a. Administrator of -:-- will be taken as con- once each week for four Stooping Bending
Summeilin and family In 'I lie I in' :
for a visit. Margie tate of Walter Fleisrliniann de DY you. tive week In the Bradford |
....
ceased.Thi .li..I"1 I 4 shall be published I Telegraph.
notice
this weekend fishing in Pa- ;
spent the in dav nf Julr. I'OO.rilAKI.KS I'tir II r5st ''' each week for four consecutive! l".l.l th.- 111 ,I.,vs.f .' i C.( 5-Yea Wr
latka. She sai { didn't fish. but .Admmi-lr.t'or of I Ii. IState "f111 'IV lK .\. "| I Clerk of the i Il".y
THE RIGHT POINT for tinway | lu k. We see any \\'. <:1' F1<'I', liniann. .I.......i-...I. 1. y Unit: Ritnl th.s: 1': dav (sf .Tulv 1935. Marian .1... Crofcby '!
I slid see some verY. sunburnedi 7. i ; 4t i :; : \ ) CSarles A. Uarbj r -. I : as little O
}1111fill'. Come in and se- i 1 i i The St.Ue s. Clerk of the Circuit Court I _
.
I.M-1 >our favorite ESTERHRaOKloiinliUn : In I'irrnil .'..url. Itrnilfiiril <*.iuiily. 1-rael : Marian L. Crosby. fpmlYCI..rl< '" fin: 10IMM
'f 1 i Mr. and Mrs. Anrle Tetstone rloriu.i; In I ..".......,.. Caroii.iuii! : 7. :20 I 41 Sit. ) lu < irruil IVn. TELEGRAPH.: : of Heilbronn Springs Rosa I..." ..J..n.P' ttnt .ft", \ -. Cl.ii-! \', a" .- ) ), luriila: In ( Isaneery.S .
.n\,| Imily C1KU iii.", l >efi.tid.llltCae. oil-; .-.'\ 'u'l In: 'io .MMM\H S I'.noUi. 1 I,, \1. Mill.m.: I'll ; *
I \\'I't.? the Sunday guests of Ir.1,1 V.. I.I-Ti-i,: ; hi< wife, : <'irruil C ourl. llrailfurd Count y,,, :\1.1.: I .1-1 I T:. :\I' :Mill, 'in. I I'- t. 1 1G
nil Notice 'I !I" I ii iui to .
J. \ Mrs N. D. Thomas of Rayliss Onlcr Of rnhliKitiun ( : o 1'1001''''us: In C ha fiery. s'N. I
; \pilear; SIr of I'luriila '1..: lu itt. ; .,' 1:1: \\ "uii.s, 1-.. ri.ilrti'ff. \ \wtice In Apfirar
I] Hiway. >' Cl.iretlie l .1 .tt."-. \\n! ,>-e r<-.d< !iOe in the. .its. li't'S Wo.11: \K, I><-!,'ndant.Cisc '1' :\1.,10..1 I i: M. Mil-! I
; Mr ani Mrs. Julius Rainey and and aildre-- i iI'nKnown.: 5 .511'. '. in. St No.. 10-167!3 ii",nlilni, ant, a.Ioln" i- I .
Your are required ID appear on :ir .isf .. ta AppearTo Y"u are hereby notified, .
COLONIALFLORIST I ,ihidlivn of Tampa were the housegutMs 27th Aug., r.' it'. 111 the aloon.tnlt'ii by required : :e James'oma< k, whose real S lIlt f..r ,divon. c .IM iR IAl

of11'. and Mrs. Eugene (Court and cause, wherein plaintiff said Court and address Unknown.. is nid con'rol of minor (' : -
this I I seeks divorce li."fi! and t. You are hereby notified that a t has been filed against you .,as.gA35e
P.lrtodsworth of Lake Butler Bradford County Telegraph yhallpublili ,udi-pti"u suit for divorce above named Court and

weekend. I tin- Older ill n-\i four Till10.. ; been filed against you In the, and you are required to
II
isutea
I weekly iues.Vttness and I copy of your answer or
: \' named Court and cause
J MCGRIFFGENERAL
Mr. and Mrs. Russell of Tampa j!i my hand and official stcutive' w you are required to serve a i, the complaint on the

rent the weekend with Mr. and seal at Starke, Florida th.s :is.tJuly f.inl ." ; of your answer or pleading toi I Attorney Joseph K. :< "] :
qiairieJ: ,
I''i'iOfficial the plalntiff'mAttorney i Florida TillUuild.ng.: .
on
complaint
PHONE 218 Mis Ollie Pick in Hampton. I ( Seal) Charles A. Darby. tradtord i J. Donald Gibson 101 J \ ,11.' 2 Floiidat

Mr anti Mrs. Adolph Herring- An Clerk of said Court. -:< Smith liuilding. Jacksonville 2Flitrida > and file the original in the ; ELECTRIC APPLIA _
iy Marian L. Cro.sbv. Ucputy Clerk seal at :- ; : the Clerk of the Circuit C"
ton of Dundee were visiting Mr. Zach II. Douglas 505 Lynch Buildin Florida' : file the original In the office of| bifole the II; (1.1.1"r .\''''

(j) and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and p, Jacksonville Fix: OFFICIAL.\ : Clerk of the Circuit Court on or, otherwise the allegations Starke. Fla.

family in Brooker. SaturJay.AnniE' |AllY fur rif. ; :27 4t S 17MI ford Cleik 5 '., the" the 20 day allegations of August.of 19j said;
Tetstone and family of 'IK i: 'in \ITIIU: Hollis. V. will be taken as confess-
FLOWERSFor !. Circuit ( uurl, Kr..u..r l < our <).
Brooker were Sunday dinner .. .iltornei foi by you. :
Kl..rld t In ri *i roo This notice shall be publ'shed! onc<
Mrs. Zennas: Edith Mar'e dzd.mir. ri.tintiff.! \.-. ;
Mr. and
All Occasions guests of Orhan S.ikir < >z.-nii' I'-fenilali I III '1 lie (' week fur four consecutive Enter SANlTONE'bNEW
.. in the Bradford County Tele -J@
Tetstone in Starke. Ca-e X... 14-U9: r.ishlh Fur: .. ; ) _
I :
DISH GARDENSPOTFED Ethel Russ was visiting her Notlrr Tn AppMiriTo
Sakir (/deniir. uho-e IX KF- .
: inhan NATIONAL CO \ Th''Si \
Shelia Dukes In ; '
granddaughter. roMdein t. and "d.II",'-- i- I lll.l: X \V. -

PLANTSPOTTERY Lake Butler Friday. j I l'thtr..', t < ii K\eiiiti\e >eivue-, TO ALL "
\Vashinnton. I). C.
\\> are very sorry to hear ofthe You ..rr h..i...|.. nn.if'...1 '!',' S I CERN: FRIGIDAIRE .

I death of S. C. Siceloffs fath I suit maiden for Puope name and Ketorationof .1 d".iltn..1 You are i \" PRIZES TOTAL

Flowers 'WiredAnywhere er-in-law this week. has been filed against you In the 'Clark above, stv has' .. TilE BEST-KNOWN ,. _
Green has been ill with above named Court and causa and
Mildred ''you l are required to serve a copy ity I.. s-l| NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
an ear and throat infection but I lof your answer or pleading to the terest in
I
was able to be tack: at work complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney situate Ida. to-wit in .: 9QQCOlO( )( )

". .'._ S'"""n..n. RANGES AIAhCESI
Nona St. Starke Monday I|I Alan c. Winter" .1' ;i"> Kor-! of the .: %
J.t k-on\ilr] .
We are sympatiznsr with ida Title I itliild nt; :S: 4 of WATER HEATERS
Gract'l I Florisla.and ,
-. .- Rtttslev. who cut h-'r finger file the original In the office of of the AIR CONDITIONERS ttt\
--T. Section 2
I I the Clerk of tm Circuit Cmirt on
22 WASHERS & DRYERSGet .
Itange
ii- l.ef'.le t'li 27lh dl"f .\111:11-- C'
195t; otherwise the tllegation of ight--:!: \ 1 IN CHRISTMAS

"nf..d-:ald Coniplaini hv you will be taken at nine way :No. The Best For Less

This notice shall t>* published said
..I,, 5raeh veek for five consecu distance AtSmith's

t.1 ,le leuraph a...ks in the Bradford Count Northerly said ; SHOPPING SPRE1Ctt

CONT A\N\ 1' I -In- l-t t\\.>\ ..:- .1 I ilI'.O distance Garage os'

\ lOST A WMET 1)/' KH '1ALSKAL" of,)the Cnarlesi Circuit.\. ParbI'lerk Courtt ) :i North Easterly: : !

PLEASE% tanoe of : : : : 7 ..
6500.Ftt'1DER \ Mi' un I.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 'a ; jour entry blank today anti how ;
boundary t F RIG I I) A IRE ''
\NG $ 7 J7 4t S 17 c :
\ 511je'D'3 of SWi4 : Sales and ServiceWe "' ,, ( .. :;- ja tu enter SJ itone's New :Natn'iui < suite|
E. In Hie I irruil 4 our I Of 1'liiriila. Southerly !
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\ NOTlf'l s'v .itihlh: Juilii'ial t iri'ini. In anill ary hne buy nothing .
--:::::::=- -- % -'.... llradliird liiunlr.In 1.. the Service All Slakes o! :
.--:;:; -:-- '-- ( hmrcr i ind II:.., : ] I
: l-" Lu---2 MERELY FINISH THIS SENTENCE IN 25 WORDS OR
-: rv > I l\VI'::,TMi\T: 'OMP\XY. !e.lril l.V E1t"<'triralpplianre'4 Jf.#<

\ 1 '.I Ii Corpoi.ition. rijiiitiff \ -. 'r.itten,. ;n' : 606 X. Temple Ave I
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:----- :: : ''I' r ad ..I..hll1.. !'..ie. .1- Tni-t- I --- 1 st PRIZE. 1000.00 Christm
.f 1 ie' Florida Itailrnad Company, 'e
Marshall Field
\: %.. f of U..' Mate (if Florida, .ml : '" WE: CONTRACT FOR Shopping Spree at
i"-,irand ;I"n'. Sun 'I, .1.1I 4 Company PLUS 3-Day AII.Expen-
fV"
'I.I ipii andarah .' T.I .p t ALL TYPES OF BUILDING 5.' S Round Trip to Chicago for Two
h' wife. fh.til.; M \\ .1.iKl _
: Jih .I... kson.: 5. I- T'u', .1 M cs' Plane or Train
He Did Not Have a Trnli* and Sissy I:. T-ulA ii't: '. Bl'SIXESS AND RESIDENTIAL rt5,
and 27 other wonderful
;. ...n'I.. rliffiu, a k i ;. .'.r- II. JALOUSIE PORCHES pni-
REPAIRS REMODELING: -
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Checking Account! law of Addle; I.eSn.. i '1't Ii. FREE ESTIMATES When you C c tour 4 entry blank.! *r ,ug
a I.ddi... DeSue Cr n n at. iAlltlie
iS:. DeSlle. if ,tli\e. ..n.' tilt .1' '. bring; along; your favorite dress fur thoroutone
knoun spouse of .a, : ,.f t'! ..!M.. '.' W. L. THIGPEN JR.
alh" and if any of tin- I..1...i.l Cleaning. When you see how mUI'h LJ

If i it had been his check book he would not have lost a to the unknownpoiie, h"'r id Sanitone Service really is, you will nave n"riting
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cent. We would have him another book.
given I'r..I't..r' >- and other tla.iu.int-!I. about it.
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through under 01 agaittt.t Ii .f:'d -
It is unwise to large amounts of cash. There
carry are .
every of the al i.v'' natned pt"! Mwhi Contest starts August 1 and closee.pte
many ways money can be lost or token from you. ar. deceased to the Fl.r 'I iKailroad
Companx of the State ..: 1936. Get your entry blank toda\ .'
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A checking account gives you proteclion. a record of Frwrida, : Florida Railroad Compan'Florida \ \
Land and ImnuRririon i'(.i ipanv
money spent. saves time and effort.
you of Florida: and The Floridaljnd Our BusinessIf

We invite to a checking account with this bank.: and Immigration Cnmiianx .
yoo open \ SS Get blank and
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'trustfes and their Ftnckhoider unknown and ucceso-nth--. If It's Glass We Have It '. entry our store or phone our route -

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them the residence and addre o'
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1 j St. Ed ard'* Church Perry Davis and Mr Davis thisweek. I I

a eo. : NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I .

Sunday :Mass: at 9.15 a m. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mr and Mrs. J. O Rauleisoi Home Demonstration !

Holy day masses 6:30 a. m. and By O/ora J. Shell <>f Jacksonville were Sunday dinner I

,11 CHURCHES 8:30: a. m.Children's. guests: of the L P. Uatu.fanuly. .-' Notesby
Catechism Class each .
3:15 Certificate of .St'rvice Adult (.. F:. n. Test p '
at
Wednesday m.
p. The American J JI ,, Persons interested Mrs. Mae Wells attended i a ) +
Legion Depart : in taking I the '
Keystone Heights DOROTHY
ROSS
Postmasters convention in Melrose
j ment of Florida recently awardeda I General Education -
I Development
I (At St. William's Chapel) ,
First Christian Church I At The TabernacleGroups (Follow Hiway 21 south to 1 1William's St- 1 certificate of service to Isaac S. :!' test ale asked to contact I'rinci- on Sunday. I II Home Demonstration Agent:
who is commander of Pos t: Eddie Mr and Mrs Comaiodori
i Kelly pal Thompkins at RJEed I
Christian anV.. Call St.liev. Sign.) I 'I
from Starke. Keystone No. 314 of Starke. He was cit t I high school immediately to fill outt Crews of State Farm visited Mr Tears Pellum. ManU
Mass Cox
Sherwood Taster. Sunday 8 a. m. | K >
<< J. E.:: I I < >:ne
Heights. Gainesville Lake Butler, |i Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. I for having rendered import! t t the necessary blanks. Persons ape and Mrs. Perry Davis on Monday i|I It can be PEAR Flakes and Mary Hea''rson.!

Sunday School 10 a.m.; Lord's and Penney Farm heard the force- Confessions before all Masses. I service ana contributions to 1 thE I plying so far are Rev. J. P. Franklin P. W. Kelly of Miami, spent I! time! Even through pear I Classes offered in the morning!
Sermon, 11:15a.m. Community.. State and Nation and Deacon Henry Bryant.: Saturday with Mr and Mrs. Her- : come but once a year, included
11 aju: simmmgand
Supper
ful and fine singing of I crafts
message Commander Kelly is asking alli I Deacon Carswell has mie Kelly and sons. not that oftt
qualified I I per crop I Marilyn
Young People's :Meeting.: !' St. Mark's Episcopal : Cox served on the water
the Toccoa Falls College group i members of the post to be present through attendance to veterans Cecil Dobbs of Jacksonville was ; Take the opportunity front during the

6:30: p.m. Sunday; Midweek:: Services Tuesday night: at the Gospel Tab- :I Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln j at the regular meeting at school. Any student who has the weekend guest of Mr. and i provide your family with I iod. In crafts, the swimming sirl.- had per A

8 p.m.: Ladies Council, 1st ernacle There were solo, duet ,! Services at St. Mark's Episcopal RJE at 2 p. m Sunday. Business completed up to the 11th grade Mrs Walter Wilkinson. Mrs f pear pies, cobblers, ; !\ choice of making bread! boani*

and 3rd Tuesday night. trio, and quartette numbers : Church will be as follows: of importance to be transacted. and has had comprehensive courses Dobbs and children returned cups, preserves pickles i or leather pouch purse

broadcast for the pleasure ol I i Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church The Auxiliary of Post 314 will in American history and government home with her husband after I and many other tasty I After the quiet period in th.

Presbyterian Church shut-ins of the town. ;;i School and Adult Class; 11am.Morning : hold a meeting Sunday accordingto will be eligible: to talte spending some time with her par- the pear is suited to; ,' afternoon the girls pla\el I ball
: President Pauline Marsh: this test if he fills out the I the last fruit has
ap- i and
and Sermon G:30: shuffle
The group arrived: Tuesday Prayer ; : ents.Mr. board \\hl'h was followed -
Fri.-Adult Choir Practice. 8 afternoon from St. Petersburg I I p.m. Y. P. S. L. : Many of the members of this post | nlication blank and pays a fee of', and Mrs J. E. Warren had from the trees. !|''I by a free swim period t
7:39 !I journeyed to Crystal River last $3.;:; as guests during the week Mrs r Canned. Pears
left Wednesday morning for Wednesday: : p m. Litany I
School 9:45 a. m.; and Wednesday
p. m.; Sunday I night was ihe Cok-
Worship Service-11 a.I I their next service in Tallahassee.i i and Meditation; 8 p.m Choir Sunday for a very important regional -Ii Adult education classes:; will begin Victor Appleby and dauJ'hter.1: 1. Nash, pare and < !I out supper and Hobo c >ntesti !
Morning I i i H. C. Brown and the College Practice. union meeting. again in September and persons and Mr and Mrs. Marvin Warrenof halves core and i After
"Creation Continues"; Union I supper each night th'
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were entertained at Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Funeral Senice'i I interested in getting a high Jacksonville. Miss Dorothy if desired.
: group: I girls
Service, First participated In the .
Evening Worship dinner Tuesday evening in the 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30 a. m. The late Louisa Johnson was i school diploma or just learning to Bozard of St. Mathias. S. C.. and ; 2. Drop as cored into I| march and gi i":.I
other ,
"Another Imperative a tnt' .".
Christian Church. JIM; <\
Garden Restaurant prior to the !awaits eyeryone.I funeralized on Sunday July :29 read write and spell are asked to Leslie Bradley family of Starke. container of clear '1 the
." sermon by Rev. W. S. service at the Gospel Tabernacleby i I I at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, Rev. attend and enroll. We are livingin Mr. anliIrs.. Bradley carried which 2 pavilion.
McAhley, 8 p. m.; Monday through HOMECOMING stI: :\ ICES Miss to South Carolina I or 1 : Vespers was held the! I u;;i tim:,:
Mr and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns \ i G B. Burgman: officiating. Participating an enlightened age. not the I Bozard I Ii vinegar "
Friday, 9 a. m.. Daily Vacation and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. I AT UMFOHI 1!.\ITIsTThe I in the program were I dark ages of slavery when you ion i Sunday. I salt has been added at night before going to bed i Thi.-.

Bible School; Wed. Prayer :Meeting : N'oegel: three of whom were former Mis. Margaret Albert Deacon J. i did not need an education But Mrs Joyce Futch and daughter vent darkening of :iyear, for the first time the m.b-

7:30 p. m. students of T. F. I. Raiford Baptist Church I W Clark Mrs. Mary Lee White. now you need an'.lucalion to 1 1i be Miss Mary Julia and son. Ralph i ii 3. When fruit is ready I idual cabins had the:' worship
will have its Homecoming on Sunday -
i Ul see Claik, Mrs Elizabeth i a good cook or a maid or a bootblack i spent Tuesday and Wednesday ,, cook, drain and i service with an Ir.iuVi
agent or
XEIU'F.R: Aug 5. A basket dinner will I ai
thin medium
Wright and Rev. Burgman. Hugh- | even a janitor in a school with their aunt. Mrs J. L. Jones or
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\KTIST CHURCH 'Vletliorluit ChurchRev. I be served at 1 p. m. and there willbe I cook 5 to 8 i guest. The two counselor: ; In cam
in of inter- Ormond Beach
Chestnut was charge I bank or any kind of business. Wt in
Kokomoor, pastor singing in the afternoon.: : cabin led the
Donald F.
devotional.
-I. Pack the fruit in This
u.i>
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out W. Teston and
and Mr. and Mrs. G.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- I mentVUns are begging you to come
ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening Servo Sunday, 9:45: a. m. Sunday Everyone ReJohn is T.invited James,to pastor.rumen attend.. ('a..hnanl I take advantage of this golden son of Ja'ksonville.isiteJ Mr. i ile jars firmly and i most successful. On Tuesday: ar.i ii

ice. 7 p. m. Prayer :Meeting each School, 11 a. m. Morning Wore I I I John Givens ninth gryle< student j opportunity that has been pro- Blaine Teston on Sunday. ,I h'ely. I Thursday nights Vesper M rv'u'e-,
I :; in cash for On of town visitors at First 5. Add stained hot I were on the lawn m the enter-
Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Everyone ship Communion Meditation -j Of RJE, won $2 I vided by the Bradford County
: i or GOD '
welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor. "Maintaining a Spiritual Glow' ; I a model car that he built. He r >- I i Board of Public Instruction. We Baptist Church on Sunday were jar is packed. : of camp.

6:15 p. m. Recreation time for: Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning : c-eived a great deal of help and : are always talking about being Mr. and Mis. Eddie Harrington. I' 6. Process pints 8 to i Friday night marked! the Ih.i -

CHRISTIAN" CHURCH the M. Y. F.: 6:45: M. Y. F. I Worship 11 a. m. Sunday I inspiration from Mr. Simpson 1 left out segregated or not. Here of Starke. and the Johnny Ben utes and quarts i ing of camp with the tradition it!

7:15 m.M.. Y. F. I Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPSenice who runs the Bicycle shop on is an open door to a free education nett family of State Farm. minutes. .'! candle lighting eremun''.
,'. J. E. Sherwood Pastor Supper: p. I i 7. A thin is
R 7:45 I syrup
Wednesday, p. m. I been BennettGary
employ-
Service 8 Union Temple Ave He has ; where you can "enter to :Mr.: and Mrs Troy
Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship ; p. m- I Friday 7:45: m. I Buster I ding two-thirds
Prayer Meeting p. "
for the summer. and the
Service to be held in the "Chris I ed at the shop I learn and depart to serve. and Wayne
Worship 11 a. m. Youth LAWTEY to enter the contest Bennetts visited the Richard to :2 cups water, and Schwinn
He plans Grove Methodist Church Bicycles
Church, 6:30 p. m. All young tian Church. I Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Morning : John much I Pleasant families, in ; ium syrup by
and Bennett
We wish
I next year. News, Rev. I). W. Demps pastor. Biifobv ANU REPAIRING:
people invited. Worship 11 a. m. YPE Service i sugar: to 2 cups
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2 VXIOV EVENING SERVICE luck on his next entry. I held its District Conference last Daytona last weekend. S.\\\S FILFOLAtt.V :
I Saturday 7:30: p. m. making syrup a
CHURCH OK CHRISTC. FOR THIS SUNDAY I I Picnic at lake \\hitainore week. The meeting was a success. Ernest Dustin. of Atlantic City :' may be substituted MUUEKS Uii'\IKin: :

L. Overturf<< Jr, Minister KIXGSLEV LAKE The summer program ended< both financially anl spiritually.; and Mrs Marvin Hazen of Staike. half the sugar Simpson Bike
The sixth in the summer series at Lake were guests of Mrs Georgia Ann : ShopS.
I with a gigantic: picnic All officers were re-elected. A '
IISSIOS'RPTIST a \
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. I of union evening services will beheld Whitamore last Friday Parents total of $764 was raised during: Sapp on Thursday. f give esting product flavor Patru'la'I Walnut Street

Morning Worship 11 a. m. in the First Christian phurch'Sunday I Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Morning I. from Lawtey and Staike prepared : the meeting. One soul was saved Mr and Mrs.: Henry Bennett : -

ning Worship 7:30 p. m. EVe-1 I night at 8 o'clock. Rev. I Worship 11 am. Evening : for the children. Four bus loads ''on Sunday night when District and Mis Clara Young, Aisited I'' Pear Mince T.Teat

Wednesday Bible Study W. S. McAlile)', pastor of the 'Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetin !Iof happy youngsters enjoyed this I Supt. Dell plt>ached. The Church relatives here on Sunday and Two dozen large 2 lemons ;
First Presbyterian Church will each 7:30 RJE ii dinner guests of Mr and 6 cups sugar.
F m. Wednesday p.m. Everyone I feast. The parents from I anniversary will begin on Monda; were :
1
Radio program Old Paths"I I bring the message. ".e1come.-Rev. H. H. Mot,i eluded Mrs. Alma Jenkins. Pan Aug. 6*, and continue through Mrs. G. L. Sapp. cup vinegar, cinnamon,

each Sunday 9 a. m. Station The public is cordially invitedto pastor. I ine Marshall, Queenie Green, I Aug. 12. A different church and Mrs. Leon Locke and son, Paul one tablespoon cloves 1 teaspoon
WDVH. attend these services. lunch and daughter, Pamela spoon
Corean McNeil. A delicious members will be guest each nigh. new baby :

SEVENTH DAY :I was prepared and served on theI 'I On Sunday dinner will be served Elaine, of Knoxville, Tenn., are nutmeg.1. Grind pears in
ADVENTIST CHURCH with her mother-in-law.
lake the committee. Games staying
by
I : on the church grounds. All mem- blade of food chop
water soft Mis. Mary Locke, while Mr. Lockeis
each Sabbath In the were played, including hers visitors and friends are
Services I' I I 2. Grind lemon rind
BAPTIST CHURCH ball. The Lawtey patrons included < attend services at in Korea.
FIRST home of S. N. Brown across from welcome to our squeezing juice
I Crawford Mrs. Wi The O. J. Anders and Mrs
Bethel Baptist Church east of Linwood I church. Sister Irene Kelly reportLAWTEY Jacksonvilleon I 3.=: Combine all
i I hams Mrs. Shermand. Miss A. Sam Hicks were in
STARKE FLA. Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. er. cluding lemon
B. Anderson and many other. ; Friday to attend the funeral
Bible Study each Wednesday; I cook until mixture
7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor.: More than two-hundred students s' : ........................ of their cousin, Linzy Oliver. and tender.,

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor I and teachers enjoyed this gala Mr. and Mrs Charles Stalling 4. Pour hot into .. 3r
and daughter of Highland were
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST day.
\ sealProcess
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town LATTElt DAY SAINTS Ends !Summer Studies : Sunday dinner guests of the Joe utes and in boiling

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Mrs aybelle E. Roberts Elmer Starling family.

Services each Sunday in old Shell and Maurice Jenkins By Mrs. Joyce T. FutchtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj The Donald Bennetts were i ning Pears than are to better freezing suited CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

Masonic Hill on E. Call St. Sun. White have returned to Start weekend) guests of Mr. and Mrs. !
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. S:00 PM. Sacrament I unlike all other fruits about this question
School 1
lay a. m. I after six weeks study at Florid Gene Frogg in Daytona. -
A.M.: Training Union 6:13 I; P.M. 6-.20 !. Bible School I be pre-cooked and then :'
Sunday School 9:15 Service p. m. Everyone we I A & M University. Tallahassee. f uinml Parly I ly cooled before '
come : Dill Cleaners to Close I Faith li.iitist Church : Some of the manfrien& of Last summer my Trip Accident
8:00 P.M. I the frozen product is P.
Midweek Service Wednesday 6 I
I BETHEL; Oscar and Marion Dell wishesto Beginning Monday, August i Mrs Sue Ration, companion to than a delicious canr.ej Policy paid all the

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at I BAPTIST CHURCH I, announce that they will be and continuing thioug'.i August I Mrs. Mary Reddish surprised,; her i For additional recipes;; medical cost of a personal injury
: dosed for vacation from Aug. G August :21. S p. m., five nights I with a party on Saturday evening serving see the during my vacation. This

11am. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching : to 20. All customers are asked to each week. two hours each night. Those attending were Mesdames: nonslralion pears Agent or year I want insurance on m>'

I services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; get their woik in early and have Teacher George Boyer. Bible Dm-. O J. Anders Sam Hicks Fred card addressed to Miss baggage to corer loss: or theft

I -- I Song service 7:30 p. m- Rev. ''it delivered! or pick it up before trine. 6 through 10. J. H. Mattos Mooie. Jewell Royall. Joyce Futch. Ross. Box 267. Starke. while iravelinir. Do I you have

... -- R L. Lee, pastor. t i Aug. 6.C'lnirfh. Principles of Bible Intel peratior Ethel Reddish Avie Pear<'e. Milo ('mma'lit: 4-11 ('.\ a combined policy to cover
.. Pierce Homiletics 20- trip accidents and loss
: NeusMacedonia 13-17 Ed Smith Troy Bennett. Edgar Wilkinson -, Four-H Camp was or

EVERGREEN Baptist Church. Rei 21 These Urethern are member and Mrs Mary Reddish enjoyed; lecently by damage to baggag

BAPTIST CHURCH Johnson pastor, will hold serviceson of a Baptist Seminary in Tampa. Mrs Ration leaves Thursday for from Bradford, Alachua
with Sundaschool There will be no charge and everyone her home in Akron. Ohio.
: Sunday starting Clay counties .
and
REVIVALHOPE Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng at 3 p. m. Aug. 5 the Gospel is invited to attend. Bring; Mrs Joyce T. Fut<-h and son. on beautiful Cherry Charley E. Johns&SonAgency
r : 11 a. m. Training Union 6:3: ( Crusaders of Jacksonville wising jour Bibles a note book and< Ralph. were business visitors to .ladison Twenty-five
IP' m. Preaching .:30 p. m. PrayeiMeeting A. Massey-Pastor.
: at the church. The general pen. Rev. E. Jacksonville on Monday and were from Bradford County.
,I Wednesday 7:30: p. m. public is cordially invited to hear Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pauley and) dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Counselors from |I

II UOODLAU'NMISSIONARY Ithem: sing. Norma Jean Horne, family of Huntington. W.'a.., are I W. Durham. County who did so much I!
BAPTIST CHURCHAUG. I : their vacation with )or. '
BAPTIST CHURCH I eporterMt. spending I Mr and Mrs Giles Mitchell of the smooth running 01 ,
,I I! Pisgah A ME. Church. and Mrs. (bed Pauley and Mac elMr I Lebanon. Va., are visiting Mr. and were> Judy Kelly. !, tone 13 Starke. Fla.Kissin .

6 THRU AUG. 12SERVICES I 10 a m Sunday School 11 a.m. Rev. E. L. Walker pastor willI and Mrs Eston Brown of I Mrs Milo Smith. watt, Vida Jean Genty.
preaching. 6:15: BTU 6:43: : prayer I hold regular services all day Sunday tarkt. were visiting Mr. and

: sen-ice. 7 o'clock School Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Sunday. I .
NIGHTLY AT 7:43; song services starting with Sunday .. -_.... .
Mis Lois Tucker, of Jacksonville ..r : 1' : .
At 11 a. m. the message .
; at 9:30 a. m. '
HEILBRONNBAPTIST : : will be delivered by the pastor was the weekend guest 01 I ::.;$- ..:....,.,..........7'1'r II,,, : :.. : _
JOHN E. STRICKLAND, EvangelistMERLE CHURCH : after whuh a love feast will her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave t'"

Sunday School 10'a.m.. Preaching I be sened At 7:30: p. m. the evening Tanner.Mr. .
will be led by the and Mrs. Clarence Moslem ,
;i ip.rn. : worship ,
L 1'ACKIIAM, Pastor 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30:
Preaching 7:30 I, choir and officers. The Holy Communion and family of Clay Hill were
p.m. Prayer
will be ajmmstered by the visiting Mr and Mrs. Earl Tes- .
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. ;.....>---: --
EVERYONE WELCOME! ReF.. B. Beard, pastor. pastor. On Aug. 6 a revival meeting ton on Sunday.The .
will start at the church. The Mitchell Browns and the

,. D. B Thomas family enjo\ed a
will! last for two weeks:
; AIR PARK: meeting
\PT1VT CHURCH with ReJenkins.. presiding elderof Dicnir at Santa Fe Lake on Wed-

District preaching nesday evening..
Are You For the Storms of Life? the Lake City ,
Prepared
Sunday School 9.45 a.m. Morning first. Mr and Mrs C. B Cannon and

HEAR THIS SERMON BY PASTOR : Worship services 11 am. Allen Chapel A M E. Church. son of Jacksonville visited Mrs a
'taming Union 6:43: Eve- Hattie Henderson during the
P.m. lev'. R. Washington, pastor. The '56 Ford has the
MARVIN FAILE: mug servicec S p m. Come and Services will be held all day: Sunday eekend -
worship with us stalling with Sunday School) The James Waters family were Thunderbirds long, low. road-hugging lines''

"ANCHORS OF THE SOUL" -- 8 P.M. at 9:30: a. m. Mrs Irene assistantin Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Cousins Im.iffinr how' vou'ii firl -knoVMii" lh.<- world' knows
.
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'VVVVVVYVVVyylyyyyy11tylPINE charge. At 11 a. m. the message Ruford Higgmbotham in Max- tow'r<" at the wheel of. the smooth'. --t car in \ic... -when

will be delivered by the \nil ,tip \IIin our 50 Ford 'I. hi, babh.n tl First Baptist Church Hampton ] LEVEL pastor. The candidates will be yule.Mr.. and Mrs. James HlHianl in Looks -h.irp styling that hd made the '1 hundrrhird. the, IIKISIw.tntrd -

baptized at this hour.. Included and; family of Jacksonville spent car IIIlI1Cfll..l.. \ou go 'tuic car' whew I ;'Xl

l hy :Mm. II. M.: lrcRaeA will be baby Levy Ramar Lennon.All Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Carl go Ford.

,. Sunday School10 AM.: stewards are asked to be lilhanl -

i VLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALWe present and in uniforms at this The Fred Moores had as weekend -
Morning Senice-11A.M. Communion guests Mrs. Jewell Ro\all. of TmJ.
were glad to have our pastors service as the Holy

Training Union 7 P.M. I wile. Mrs W F. Hall at will also be sened Evening worship Tampa. and Mr. and Mrs S D
at 7:30 Andrews and daughter of Wild-
home over the weekend. She will begin promptly
'HOrH OF POll'ER"-11'ed S P.M. i wasn't able to attend church, hutshe p. m. all members and friendsare wood.
invited to attend. The Lord's Mr. and) Mrs. G \\'. Robertshad
was able to
see visitors. She
"A Warm Welcome Awaits I turned to the home of her soninlaw supper will be given at this hour as recent guests Mrs George -
also. The delegates to the lecent Roberts: and son. Picky. of Gainesville -
and daughter Rev ..andMrs.
M i School Convention were and David Silcox. of Starker
YOU"i J. E. Murrhee, at Hilliard Sunday
I Monday afternoon. lay Lois Morris and John Givens. [ and Mrs. Bryant Reddish
i and both gave very interesting visited Mrs. Reddish's mother
H. H. Lewis
visited relatives
at
i highlights in their reports fromthe Irs. Frank Dorman in Jackson-
Tampa, Bradenton. Lakeland and convention Special remarksand vile on Thursdav.

Plant City last week. commendations were given The Annual Picnic of the Methodist -

:i Mrs .\ F. Hall ana daughters. to some of the members by Sister Church was held at Strick- The '56 Fordhas
REVIVAL MEETING. Dianne and Delores of Jackson- Irene Thomas. Awards were presented -' land's Landing on Kingsley Lakeon Twin Brothers
the Thunderbird's V-8 itself!
engine
vine were visiting her parents. to the winners of the contest Thursday.

the II. M McRaes. They also visited by Mrs Givens. Miss. Mary Julia Futch spent S You can have the 225-h p. Thunderbird Spec: ui V.H*

Mr and Mrs. Robert Mynck First Born Church. Elder F. I IHoward last week in Jacksonville withher m "G" with Fordomatic Drive. Or you can have the ThuixJrr-

New River Baptist Church and others in Starke. pastor, held very successful -: uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. bird's 202-h: .p. S'-8 in all Fordomatic models. It's the

We are sorry to report the illness services all day Sunday. ; G. W. Durham. -O"c..z. -w.. most po..crfullow-priced engine that GOes on regular
,The Union was presided by Elder i :Mrs: Clyde Carter and Mrs .o gas. No wonder Ford is the world's largest-selling "8"lr !
of Gerald Norman
of Heil-
BEGINNING James Campbell. It was announced Ed. Carter were hostesses at a
bronn. He and his mother Mrs. Elder miscellaneous shower for Mrs
during the meeting that |i iO.

SUN., AUG. 5 THRU SAT., AUG. 11 T. N Norman were spending the B. Dawson of Jacksonville had Annie Ree [eyers. at the Ed. .1 A $

weekend with Mr and Mrs. B. E. passed. Pastor Howard and Supervisor Carter home on Saturday eve- Ford0ji I in Performance in EcofIfJmyin SafftyMOTOI U
SERVICES NIGHTLY AT 8:00 P.M. Campbell and members oh: ning- t MIE OilMANtFiCTIIErS & MOIIUAS
the church are grateful to all''; Mr.:: and Mrs. J. S. Eunice Jr .1110 ECONOMY IftlO Tub ItllOiADISON

By who took part in the talent showand i Irs. Mary Locke and Mrs Nell)]

Window CleaningReasonable made it a big success. Sister I j Herrin, of Jacksonville! carried

1 C. L. CARROLL Prices W. Strong reporter. iEglrers j I \[rs. Locke's mother. Mrs. Dowell

t Worthington Fla. Outside Only 30c up when he was taken ill.Mrs j to she Gainesville will be residing on Tut'sdawhere, at the Rocking Andrews Motor Co


1 Everyone Welcomed W S. AGNEW Prop. Rober' Mvnck Sue Mvru-k and children and Mrs Kathy '' several Chair weeks.Shad Rest Home, for ,

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CherrySt. St-irke. ITa.
and Bills all! o-" Starke spent Mrs Neil! Dvdeof: Jackson-
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Home Demonstration
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Board DeploresEnrollment e t; {;t Notes This Week's SpecialsAUGUST

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practually all Bradford --- Canning Demonstration i the diet i* very low in ;': \ TRAINING

County schools and transport pup- (.. .... .. Learning to can red. luscious j I mm. gums are tendei a- h..,' i
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ils to Starke? The School Board : Il:< .,; '\..-\ : tomatoes grown in the home I easily joints swell and hir, ; ,,-;.i i'muscles
.t' ,_ PANTS
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:\M with the Idea. but brief at ,-- .""."".'- :" ,.... _'' --.... alden was featured in the Heil- weaken You n.-,1 -. .. 12.c

/: .. meeting Saturday. 1 :. :: ..-.:. ...-- '. ; : ... ...... bionn 4-H club meeting Thursday -, food rich in vitamin C da:A !I'.',

;. .... -- 5. cause the bod.an't ,. First (JualiU
""'.1&-: July st : :-.: > ,
The question; came up when a je'j ... "it. \ : ., .' i
the Moore e !Double
J4 .F"- The girls met at of this vitamin ( rolch
Huard member broa<'hed the sub ... -- __ v :* ," "' ....' ._ ;;. .; ,- .
w home and each canned a jar of Picnic S/. ;2 (u Ii
ject of dropping enrollment in It .....' .: ;.. _.. .... ,,.: "'" .
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-. ..1. : ': tomatoes. are to finish their Members of the IIeltron11"1 ,.
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outlying schools One ease cited ..-,... It" 'e -
was Brooker which had 200 stu- p 4. "'J''IIt, ,'\_ t,.Tr'" #"'-... .... pioject at home by helping to Demonstration Club en},.". < i
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r.r :.1-tI. i-: can 15 jars of tomatoes and fruits. swim and picnic at KmgLik.: .-
(itnt.s in 1046 and only 113 last .. .
: ir2'r :Jr ,.. In a few weeks. Miss floss and July 3. The family styli. "'ing HANKIESh !
Yt'ar. I .; it ...:
I"' Edith and Rosa Moore will was nice
". _:::: ..fA .. Misses even though the II't'r:!
One member flocculated the chop "' :; -
wIi'_. __! "....".. .. 'f!....:_. .. 'ft. 'oJIo ,.;.7i demonstrate ,'canning pears. Again was damp. 3C-
because of the students 14-a a ( aa a a.<-- -- -- '-- --
I some 'each girl 1 will can a jar to take Participating in the affi.iue: I .

ate attending the Statke sihoolbv and after pictures slw\\ llarrell of liriHiker... I'irst .fort" road rrt'U, uh'uh used a bulldozer. I home Mrs Tullie Xorman, hei .l uuh- &.urh'd Floral

choice School Supt. Harmon what has happened to the drainI In stop the flo.i \\en' hamperedh The cri-u also frllicd the the Prints
In completing this project ler. Mrs Eggers and heif: : : :e .
I1 Morgan said current policy Ito off urll at xmisoii I.ake. uhiili h\ \: '.. \\liii used truck and urll uith iMihl.ed wire, to pro- of tomatoes Full Si/e
,I girls will exhibit one jar daughter; Mrs. White :,nd KI:
is of llmdford h.iia tu rip the drainpipeThis let t ud\ciitiirou, and
allow such choice providingthe one Countj's recurring up youngsters: of fruit at
and one jar I.ynn; Mrs E. L. Cox alI( I iMil-:
students fuinish their own (political l' ..u..... The welluus 'creute l the condition as seen wandering ('Jj tie. I llarrell said the i the county fair in the fall. dren. Pierson Marilyn. Linda BOY'S

transpoitation. drilled in tilt flood jears of in the pit lure at leftith water drain can he reotened.| or will reopen
Those attending the meetingweie and guest Barbara DeRop ,tint
1919 or 1930 in order tit tap an surrounding the nell and (touring itself! when the lake level and ,.
"We can stop this. 1 you want Charlene Cowart Louise Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, ,t,1-: } n

underground: stream and loucr thehike's : into the 10 huh drain. At ..... Solano BRIEFS
commented Morgan.He ri. .\ long range solution would Patricia Cowart. Sandra Roger.Cooking
water Ie\i'I. Xini' the water right, a ueck Liter the urll i i-
added "You hear a lot aboutit. I U construction of a concretespillwa and her cousin Vivian, and Linda : OutdoorsOutdoor
Ie\t'l is do\\n, and an effort tim surrounded\ \' dry land and the S
Cox. menus should b. -.m Cotton Print Front
but actually few are commuting
I stop the drain has been sparked! flow is entirely stopped. This i i- >' to keep the lake at constant .
to Starke." ('an Those Tomatoes! pie and ones that can beat'n Knit RackS
('ollnl Commissioner M. () the work of the Bradford (' unt\ level.
by
Board Chairman J. E. Brown -- .' Can some of those tomatoes easily. Some ideas for menu. tre Regular :Ii9c! ValueSHOES

from garden now for later Tall glasses of limeade
: your as quests
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said the real reason f..t'm.'I from I
people moving from outlyingareas Mrs. Senie Prevail 87 Links Past And Present I I use. They will taste mighty goodon arrive (Ho hold them oven, Grilled

a winter day warmed up and Hamburgers and all :the fix-
to Starke.uIts happeningall
i seasoned with salt pepper. small ings. Big Tossed Salad Bowl witha
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over the county, he added. amount of sugar garlic salt and good dressing. Potato Chips

Morgan!: recalled he school once at taughtat New : With Memories Of Long-Ago Bradford County Events |I i tacon drippings. ,' (plenty of them More limeade 3 9

three-teacher
a I To can whole tomatoes: Use Ice Cold Watermelon or Canta I
Clost'Outs of 1 99!)
River. He said the staff dwindledto film vine-ripened fruit. Discard loupe.
one then the school finally :, Born Feb. 12. 1869. on the Lon- i The following day Berry Kelly, Values _, .
all tomatoes with bad Wash Hamburger Steak (
spots. wrapped in
I nie Teston farm the old Stafford I i and Jesse Reddish were baptized I|j'i First quality
closed. I I I and scald a few at a time for one foil with big slice of onion and
place. Mis. Senie Prevatt is a 1 at the river, but Mrs. Prevattcoumldnt |
"The only solution I know to : I |! minute. Place in cold water. Peel roasted over glowing coals. Baked -
;, link between the early Bradford ;i get back until the next '
save schools out in the county is j! and core being sure to get out Potato in skin (wrap in foil and MEN'SPOLOS
:, County diys and the present i hurch day. a month later. It j
to pick up kids in Starke and : .i '| all the hard core. Pack into allow! one hour to cook over
One of 11 children. Mrs. Pre- had rained so hard that the river I
haul them out there. Then there I I I clean warm jais. Add one tea- (coals i. Tray of celery and carrot -
vatt is the daughter of John was flooded and they couldn't get
would really be some hair pulling spoon of salt and sugar mix- sucks, pickles olives and
Griffis and Mary Revels Griffis. to the "run, and Brother Clatktaplized 36C
." he commented. 1 ture (mixture of equal parts of sliced tomatoes. French bread
who raised cotton and other crops her in a deep place in
salt and sugar I per quart. Leave (with garlic butter if you likeit Imported 1st Uual
for a living. She is not sure but the lagoon.
one-half inch head Seal )I. Tea or milk. Cake with Pockets
I believes that both of her parents Bible In :Saddlebag> space.
Bradford I in water ( notation First
High'sGrid a"d process a boiling { Quality
1 were also torn in Bradford ounty. Some time later her husband ,
bath. Process pint jars for 20 Spuds Johnson says it ma\, takea
joined the church and also became -
minutes. quart jars 25 minutes. magician to get a rabbit oul of
She has a sister living Mrs. a preacher. He used to ride i i I
Tomatoes are a good source of a hat but anybody ian let the
PracticingStarts ;i "Aunt Net" Starling who lives horseback to church, carrying his
1 x-- vitamin C I tasorbic acid)I. When cat out of the bag.Biological .
Bible and books in saddle-
in the Heilbronn section and abrother. hymn Phone

1 Smiley Griffis of Jack- bags. When he was preacher at ; i

Aug. 13 \:i sonville.j the Brandy Branch church near Specimen a 3.H

Macclenny, he stayed with Mr.
j One of her girlhood memories'I SERVICE MEN
Hicks father of Mrs. Vollie Red-
I concerns the first and last times .',
Bradford High football practice..;i she ever plowed. dish of Lawtey. j r.

will open Aug. 13 at 9 a.m.. Coach The Prevails moved to ato-

Lennard B. Register Jr. announced ruff Of Wln, .k. acre farm west of Lawtey. The 150 \\ I A

"I was little and mother -
very my
this week.Register. house on the place was high oft ,t'
:Mrs. Senie Prctatt
asked to hold the lines'on
said only seven lettermen me the ground as Mrs. Prevatt recalls -! ('aU St
Old f.afe. an ox my mother Army Specialist 2nd Class Ocie 4
from last year's varsity are also made our own dolls out of it. I "
| was plowing cotton with. I got' D. McGee son of Mr. and Mrs i
returning and "each position is rags and dressed them All the "A man six foot tall could walk > -'------- -
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wide open." between the handles and when my I dolls looked pretty much alike. around under it," she said "and ;, Walker McGee of Starke recently |, i',-- _. .. ..-, .. .:. _-_: x. ":'..- --::':-:

He added "Sixty-four boys re- mother was a little way off. 11 i iI j but every child knew her own. we had a workrngand lowered' arrived in Germany and is now :
I I
I II II
decided to help her and do some "
I to the 34th ,
it. assigned Anti-aircraft
polled for the first practice last' 'i "I was used to riding horse-

and the this I I plowing myself. Old Rafe just It was at this home that most I Artillery Brigade headquarters in '
year coaches hope back, she continued hand often

record will be broken by a larger i!' took off. I wasn't more than a helped round up the cows." of their 11 children were raised I Mannheim. Now sel''ingas a Sell It Rent It Trade II
of wind him. '
puff to I yelled
turn-out in 1956." |j and where Mrs. Prevail lives to- field radio operator. McGee en
I When she was 22. Seme Griffis
All boys interested in playing whoa but he didn't pay me a bt; day with her son. Fonzo.Husband i tered the Army in July 1955 and ,
ted Robert :Mitchell Prevailof
man
'of mind. He went until he
got I Died received basic training at Ft
in the 1956-57 season were urgedto j
Lawtey at a place called the
to the shade of an old plum tree Mr Prevail died in 1913 and Jackson. S. C. He graduated' from 1 1t
attend the
opening practice I "Aunt Mary" Griffis farm localed I WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
(i "When mother back
13.Practice. my got was buried in' the old Lawtey BUS in 19.13: and was latei employed -
Aug. |' she the I deserved out on the Avenue !now called !
gave me whippiOg I
located Tenn
in
Cemetery nearby. Nashville ,
will be held twice duly
the Lake road. 1
for and that4I
i disobeying
for the first week said Register ; Five of Mrs.( Prevatl's child- ,_ .u .
i the last time I ever plowed or \\as Farmer 1-c Earl H. Maze !'onIf Low: Rates Good Results To
but the work-out ses?o ons will be' len are living all residents of Sgt. t'asy Place
wanted to. The young couple went to live
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cut to once a day at the beginning at the Bum's Mill, between Bradford County except a son. [rsrvie L. Maze of Starke iO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . 80cE1CI1
Mrs. Pievatl said her mother Mallie who lives was recently assigned to the 4th
of the second week. 'I' in North Caro- : _
Bradford High's opening game used to card and spin cotton and I Starke and Lawtey Pievatl wasa hna. The others are two sons Transportation Co. at Ft. Den "'Vati-li jour step," warns Hob ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

will be played in Starke against ,. sell the thread and that she used farmer. i Carl and Fonzo and two daughters ning. Ga. Sgt. Maze is a helicopter TIC'I'l after battling it out with niscot"T: or is! PER ('F.>T UX TWO OR MORE IVKHTIO2Sr >''

to load a with cotton and Some time later during "spatof .\ADDITION Fun BLIND ADS OR ADS !\OT ,
wagon and pun IN'
Macclenny Sept. 15. It will be Selma (Mrs Jule Eunice) maintenance specialist this fi c-foot "'rattler armed with AUVt.NCB:

a night game. starting at S p.m. !I drive it in to Starke where she 'I sickness" Mrs. Pievatt promised and Purvis (Mrs. John Brown enleied the Army in 1948Pvl. nothing more lethal than a cjpress "
I 1 sold it to Tom Knighl.i the Lord that if He'd takeaway .
Mrs.
Register said BHS's new coach I Pievatl has 30 grandchild-1 rOOt Rot and a friend Waiter -
the and make w V XXTED-OOO.i. CI.KAV fOTTONP.Att. FOR IJEXT-Sl r..fII (,,'n-h.j
Clifford McCriff. will coach the B1!i;: "Back in those days" Mrs. pain her well. I'| ren. -lit great- randchlldren. and Clifford R Martin son of Jennings 1 were headed for a \o lUnts .>r AI n.y Shirts apart nit-lit 624; N. t 'hur. I II 5.
she would lead a new life Bradford Countv Tel# raph. tf SI. I. ......
have "
Pievatt said "we didn't Marlin' 175-W
squad. This squad will play six I seven greal-gieat grandchildren. Mr and Mrs. Walter E. dip in Kingsley Lake recently __ tht.

or more games during football automobiles. moving pictures TV. i When she was well again she Although Mrs. Prevail at 87 i ij of Route 1. Law ley took part in when they stepped on this dangerous t,OK IlENT-Six p>,iri unfurnished ('AI IXF.T and CarpenterVir'

season. McGriff is formerly from or radio an.'e used to make I bundled up the baby. Gertrude. i j years, is not as agile as she used I some track and field championship specimen in the vicinity ofKingsley h"us '.. In<]ucr.it ij.iv 'b 110m.ppllalll. ? Small new and repair, jt, ,I. t-p.
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Gainesville. ;(|j: our own fun. We had to do the and got over to the Evergreen i! to be she still visits her children j contests recently held by the : Village.: The snake struck \ Itchg ed J Of.. r. Kick.let I, i:,.jtp\ .'ti(.t' lu.iSmsrkn. .

Besides Register the other',i I chores around the farm first but Church and told Brother Clark I and goes to church and takes a | Base Section of the Armv's Eur- : repeatedly I anl| whirred. his 10 01H TKNTH' 4NNIKRSlIirHtDIOS ..
we had time to play. The the preacher that she wanted to! keen interest in in HKP UHKU FOR II-XT-Tao b dr<,'ii-i uiifur
game I present day hap- Communications Zone
coach is Winton Criswell. i i opean rattles as Bob battered his head All Ma".. AJI Model.Uraiooablr nished hi u-*'. Inquire it rM4Itrounlrr

Boys coming out for football for I I I we liked best was blind-fold. We ioin the church. j pemngs. I France. Martin entered the Armyin smith the cj press root. rbrKt.' maraatrrdCIIAX. or I'hone 8'. iv,. \S' .

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Williams
( SHEPHERD
the first time providing they have I| June 1955 and completed bisis *run W. fall !>t. si.rk. ph. 238 Itl')

not participated in any other sport ; Farm Groups Slate 1 j Starke Winner In Model Car Contest I training at Ft. Jackson. S. C. He I SF.J01ItJ: being construedTw .
{ Ah and three bedrooms,
> tilt
and
is now assigned to the 597th En- Prosperity *"OR SAI.t-S..w :I 9 z 16 Concrete -
n-.ust bring a birth certificate to Joint Meet Friday i ,. block. I9r (>ra<>nt $1.50 I hardwood floors I in Hr..dl"1
be eligible. said Register. I j I I I'I rw- -- -- gineer Co.Specialist. per bag. Uorur Mix I $1.30 per Heights. Large lots Financing
I __ !i I !bag. Bradford EtigiueerinK Co | arranged. Two bedroom from
He said each boy must furnishhis 1'I The Bradford Farm Bureau and : --- Prosperity and progress do j 1 phone 34. Starke. tf I tr..", Jt.7,0. iH Threr bcdr,"un,-

own shorts tee shirt socks the Cattlem n's Assn. will meetjointly 3-c Cleo P. Thornton j have a dark side. : 1 $|ii.nh(' unit up Thma i'.i,
't"OK KENT-Furnished: ] striu'tion co. Starke. liii s luWAXTKH
1 of Starke was recently presented I garage
towel 1 and I Circuit 'ourt Clerk Charle t'
swap. I 1 1 apartmEnt. modern conveniences.
the Courthouse at
in 1I I a pistol trophy in the Third Army Darby told all about it at Adult Phone IS3-W.: Mrs. A. F. I TO lEXT in .sr.ik.

: Staike at S pm. Friday for a Riffle and Pistpl l Matches at Ft County ('onuni"..ion "' thl'I'I'j jre Saul!!. 633 McMahon St. tfchg tlur,. '.lrdi...m ullf"rll'h"d h,mI .
Local Hospital Head I am Ir- .ry' Nazwi.rtli. |ih ,11- ) 'j \\
discussion of the new Farmers'I Benning. Ga. He is a member of ently. I I
lil
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Honored With Office Co-Op established in Gainesville the 279th Transportation Co. He said the good times of Attractive HomesiteNlrr -
: :
I FOR SALE Electric Sewing ma
I
recent have ;'
'I Bureau Pres. J. R. Kelly said II years brought I.H iirrr 111'I huusr and HitnirfrBiine. chine name brand gooj oond.tion
R. E. Edmondson administrator | about tide of land
I. : a transfers j I mile from st.rUr 'I
un
of the Bradford County Hospital ,I the joint meeting was set for the ;j' ; I I Commerce Group litigation and other matters requiring i Itrndrd road and about :roll tin double bed fairly new. Inquire

i I Courthouse to facilities from paird hitana 'r.u. 238 Walnut. h 10 2tp
was elected vice president I provide iI permanent records to bargain: al *I,1N.OO.FLORIDA .

Northeast Florida Hospital for the anticipated large turn-out. be filed in his office.
of the -I' FOR P.E-iT--t'loSl.: In. d, i'aliia one

Council last week. There will not be a supper prior. Hits UnsightlyTraffic Formerly, he used about two REALTY CO i and two bedroom apartment
Reasonable M and MrVollrnan W. II
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FAmondson will serve the upcoming :i! to the meeting j ji big recording books a )par. Of Starke I :1'1'S: W. Msjisuri tfchgUUBI5ER

year with Sister Mary Kelly said a representative of Now he's ordering alxiut 25 a

Clare administrator of St. Vin :i i I the Gainesville Co-Op will be'' Lum SignalThe year, and the office is filling .. (Guy Andrefts.V.. B. Swell, ,{, daters, numberers STAMPS made i.o'arr t') ureStlr 551)3) .

cent's in Jacksonville president. ;'! present _- up uith records.' In fact he A. J. Thomas) I facsimile stamps Bradford I.un"I

has shelf for S-'>.') Tl'mple'e Telephone 383 I Telegraph 5 f
and Jack Andes of Florida Blue space only eight
: This roadster in the dream-car
category, is the model car entry which !12
Cross secretarytreasurerThe I! Starke Chamber of Commeice more books 'I Starke, Florida 'l[ PAID OX: SAVIXKS KE7-
i Bleaching Warning '1 brought; a first place regional pri/e to I. >n/o T. Kirkland. 15-: )ear-old He told the i STOXR STATE RANK KKTSTOXK -
elections were held at theCouncil's : wants to do something a- conuni'ionersthey'd I J: HRlfJUTS FLA MEM-
Star!.. "" idt'nt. This is the second sear he ha. won first place and : I HER FDIC.
have to do
i i
annual meeting. Issued By LaundryI tout that "hick town operation"which something i W.mTIi': S '\' \:'>0,1'\1---:1 11I -J. ,

,. he received a $150; cash anard and an expense-free trip to theDetroit is used to control traffic hout the matter next year for I J I: & Ij TruSt >;0' 'frhg .

County School System I,I I Summer-wear cottons manu convention of the Fisher Hob, Craftsman's Guild, which on North Temple Ave. when I 1 temporary relief And he added j'i. WANT A IIOMK': !

factured to cut ironing to a minimum !i I sponsors the contest. I>.,n7o is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirk- school is in session. "In 10 years we won't be \VHHV IX NEED OF lou eaa ha,. a bread aew. .....-

Still land of able to get in>ide the office. : three bed ....
Needs TeachersThe I should not be bleached 412 X. St. flair St. The Chamber Board of Directors I i Landscaping Land Clearing: era auoia aom -
pile I. % detail for wMeh
.ry
with chlorine. Junius Smith of Fill Dirt Pacing DrivewaysPeat
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generally agreed Iondaythey'd you
still needs Bradford School system i the Starke Dry Cleaners andLaundry Three Forfeit Bonds High School Diploma J j I I ask city and school officials ,. Swim Meet Sponsored I I... Humus Building Sand and a.. \(riplal> v.HI>ftkow tar you proponlrUa.err tae kame.
teaching staff members -
week.
warned
this ( ShellS
to cooperate in abolishingthe \yster I \ ,err low dona ...rlll.5omo..I
although school\ opening i i.- : Smith said such fabrics. adver-, Three persons forfeited $IiO in I Tests Begin Aug. 13 By Keystone Rotary ,i. ,. par"...'* Uke teat.
device,
a huge portable signal
only a month awa '. tised as demanding little or noroninl bonds Monday in the City Court 1, ;i S :.;
which is wheeled into FLORIDA REALTY CO.
for light The
Applicants Club
the Keystone
Count School Supt. HarmonP :. are treated with chemicals of :Mayor W. T Jackson I high Rotary yesterday I W. 1.. THIGI'FA JR.
'i I the middle of U.S. 301. Of Starke
'hool
Si will' (
equivalency diploma Thursday) sponsored at I
Morgan told the School Board which retain chlorine. The 1
Those Miles
forfeiting were be tested during the week of Aug. I I I City Clerk Carl Johns in his swimming meet between Key-! Rt. 2 -- Rot 24.VI) Alton Rd. (Gar A ad re*... W. H. SeweH
Saturday he has not yet filled ..
bleach cannot be rinsed out.lit. A. J. .110. '
the prmcipalship at Brooker In susgested instead that sodium i! Nix reckless driving and causing : 13. Program Director L.. H. Gibson role as a Chamber director. said I stone youths and boys from Camp PIIONK.. %91-' I 3.VS: T..pl.p.. Tel 343Marke.

7 ''an accident $:5 Paul.r.e Sis- announced. 'Immokalee.. (la. Florida
addition he needs a teacher in ; the signal/ is a "backwoods thing" The meet was held
I perborate or hvrogen peroxide I

Lawtey. as well as a librarian. be used as a bleaching agent trunk public ir.toxicalion. $:5: ; Anyone wishing to take the and there isn't a "similar con- at Immokalee !I '
I HofSK! TIlAILKIt FUR SA1J>-Jh. WE BIT A.VO HUM. t'S/.T, KURNI-
in the United States
series known traption The
teacher and stud as the General Edu- included five
Spanish social Mills. program '
on any hite or fast-colored Walkery running stop light ; SiUox: St 'lair and Adkina Si I TI'KE Kirod: Katntjr-?

ies instructor in Starke I item $10 \ cation Development Test must I Mayor W. T. Jackson said thei | events free style breaststroke _itp 8Z; i I t'hone 4:1: tfihKENT <

apply by Aug. 6. A fee of S3 is assessed i device "makes it look like we're underwater swimming and FOR AI.F.-t' rh..a..l..tt.n! A JAS Automat- t WatT i

"HANDY by the State Department selling snowballs from a stand diving. 2' .p.d tru,'k I'. I' Whitflirad.Lawtfy. Hdt -r. ?'<>r\ire Krf-. |1.J!>C J

BOTTLED J of Education. I placed out in the middle of the Medals were presented for the I i Fla. :;tp .. '? per month Plad (Za'tf'h /: '1

GAS S SERVICE E 1 '
FLAME" In addition to passing the GED i i street." highest score in each age group. FOR SALE construction-Three house b..dr'om on ma.onrv large- FOU gas rang KENT-hot Tuo water bedroom heafr.hous spd..-. ,f

Test. there is a state requirement I 1 Yet. pointed out Jackson no lot Phone :'O.--W_itp.S.3FoR I heater. Thomas K I, HI.S, j'hoi'.. 'I

that the applicant must car has struck a school child TIlE RIGHT POINT for theuay 451-W or ace at Ills I'ratt Stj t. \
COMPLETE ROTTLEI (AS SERVICE FOR I .. with" yaratogA Heights. g/
I1E.VT.m: h ",- !> j ivp :
have a satisfactory knowledge of since the device was installed.S. \ you "rlte. Come In and select \
hathIi re? ]I. t I '- hJ.k fromh..1
American history and govern- L. Peek Jr. said the solut- your favorite ESTERBRQOK v I'a .onahl.r..nt.- :210 J: FOR tt-iT-Two bedroom Lunl{." t
COMMERCIAL -- HOME OR FARM USESEE ion be Foun'ta1n A>lkin!- St Key n--\l d.ior tf ('hg I'w on small 'lear-w.tter lak.- I
would an but Pen. TELEGRAPH.it
underpass.
F' ment. Tests in this area are given I Writ. M. J Eiland. liox: 72, Ke> -

locally at time. Chamber Pres. Guy Andrews said >;on- Heighm. Fla. Itr hKAXTEDExp..ri..nN'd
I any I.rrF.X-F.D: P.EAI'TiriAN"A TF.IJ
this proposal was abandoned would approach school author -.(lii'it opportunity.Contact Ruby.lThns. r I
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may .
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when US. 301 was widened and ities about reducing use of the I phone 14* tfchgFOR .-. room and board Fred'Cafe. ,
DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS. from School Supt. Harmon Temple A\e. Itrhir
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$89.95 school officials; said it wouldn'tbe lSO. and it would ask the city ltXT-"II: room unfurnished I .

r- 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS Morgan at the County needed. At that time. the to install proper traffic sg-nals.1; hfiu.". L. I'. Margin. Rt. :!, Roi C: rXFrRXIPIIKr' Four room houei
$89.95 ,
57, Starke. Fla lipIXuSTMale for rent ( n Farmers Market ltd
Courthouse or from the Adult Ed- school planned to of
APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS I cease use I Applv El Ran.h, Motel. Itrhirj
: ucat.on Office at the USO Build- the old UO: building across the W. C. T. U. : Toy fo>'k"r with whi'ethroat ,
I ""parnlr..d harne withMUfr j I FOR HF.-iT-ur: morn unf-i'ni-hed
slreet Irs EASIER TO AVE FOB A I.raolV..q fr.endiyn- ""'''''. hath md "r" .n.-.1! por \
HARRY I
C. ELROD FURNITURE .
COMPANY ir.gYO'U. "Of course' he added "they'vehad "wrrfi na'i"k', v K w.irdi i n iare- vir-d )lot na- ..' hool
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218 Temple Ate.Lo Phone 43 brook purvize fountain peas in so ,:t ...Ifr."lave t to .TOSS the ali 74 1-, hK!: -TKOF! ,- f-\\f.[ "..- i! r-

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