Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Starke Tax Roll Commences\ ork

I Has Slight Hike On Next Budget Special Audit Probe

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:Xmv's the tii.! <' to see City
i A 193G; City of Starke tax roll with $2.P,31.912; in taxable Counciimen about that pet project,..1 State Chief Says Information Regarding Sheriff Reddish

It Doesn't Hurt --- Much i j property. :, about $84.000 above last year's evaluation, was II' because they'll be spending the''i To Be Handled

;''compiled this week. I next week mulling over ideas for By Regular Auditor

Ouch! But it really didn't hurt much, !says Mrs. ValarLi Shuford of I At the present rate of 15 mills, I the 1956-57 budget. I
to $3.SS9,706 last
year. I I
Law ley, uho is getting her blood typed at the Bradford County Hospital i the new roll will produce only an I Ii Much of this of course is not City Clerk Carl Johns told the A 1II1Calfonl; Count,. Commission for
; request a special audit of the
1 books
Miuford is i extra J 1,300; for the Council Monday night that the i of Sheriff P.
by nmliral technician Juhn W. Strickland. Mrs. one city. 'i\taxable. Falling into this group I I In. : was turned down this week by GOLI'I I Koy Collins who said

of thoi e who answered the Hospital's plea fur Bradford citizens to get I City Clerk Carl Johns, who had are $1,707.900 in homesteads and time has come to put concrete I cernmg irregularities") should he turned to the information ron-

their blood typed free of charge. The hospital also is seeking blood publicly expresr.ad hopes that new'i:' $33.700 in church and similar tax I I I i ideas on paper and present them A state auditor. Glenn \[cI..eod. over regular auditor

donations to build up the newly-established Blood Bank. Blood testing -i building would hike the city tax i'I,exempt property. Last year's figures I to him. He'11 incorporate them in-1 I| is now completing a routine audit -

hours are 1:30 to 2:30 t'l'rt'I'kda '. Just for the record, )Irol.hulord's I'ad valorem tax yield, termed the :;', were $1.585.475 and $36.500. ti a temporary budget. i i of the sheriffs office. AWAITS COURT SUBPOENA
potential additional revenue as I But. the Council agreed this !
blood type is I) Rh positive. Taxable items this year include I Gov. Collins wrote the County
j disappointing. tM4Istly 1491.130 in non exempt real estate -|.[;first budgetary draft will be really :|I Commission "If information developed -

| Residential :'|; $698OS6\ in personal propertyand '.1"tentative." Members said it' in this manner or otherwise Figure In Investigation
Interruptions Slated Yet he agreed that most of the would need conwderable; trimming'to
$162,726 in railroad and telegraph -' by the auditor indicates
new building is residential which stay within the city's anticipated -'
j property. i cause for expanding the audit to Declines All Comment"I
often is homesteaded and yields no Last .' income.
year's figures were $1,4-16- discover facts outside the records
Commences taxes. 'j 530 in (j I Johns said County Tax Assessor
I non exempt real the auditor will
City advisee
Last year's $2.267.731 in taxable:' J658.190 in personal property estate.'G and i ene Long, who works up the city ,:,[ to this effect.promptly" have" no comment until I am subpoenaed and brought

|property yielded $34.016 when !;;$163.011 in railroad and telegraph I tax rolls will have the roll ready I'. Three Make j into court.

taxed at 15 mills. This year's $2.- property. for the Aug. 21 meeting. With Charges That's the word from J.V.. Burden
The city policeman and
I County Commission
Electric 1351,942 will bring in $35,271 at the j'this, the city will be able to work |t requested part-time deputy sheriff
ChangesStarke The railroad and telegraph prop- i the special audit following who apparently is a key figure in
;same rate. i I II I :up some anticipated income fig
i I The small increase in ad valorem lerty ir. assessed by State authol''ures. I i ) public charges made by three 'nocently-involved in one phase of the investigation into the
t ti ties in Tallahassee, and local officials -j I,! Lawtey 'purported "irregularities" in the office
i assessment: coupled with re'ent'City "The thing to do," said Johns, Thomas H. of Sheriff P. D Red-
electrical be and off this j
blinking have
power on no jurisdil.tion.Want j!" 1C., Wainwright and Milo Smith (dish. _ _ _
is to the and
Council discussions
concerning paving sew- ,
weekend, but Starke officials hope the interruptions will be
the city's financial con- ers and other facilities that we !:: County Atty. Hollis V. Knight For it was Garden who was "im- '
the last of series which have plagued the I poor To Pay |II II TEXT
a city. ;dition point to an almost sure rev- t consider de ,;rable. Then we can II i I helped detail purported "irregular- ]pounding officer" back in 1953' *

The power will be interrupted enue increase in the next few I weed it out to fit the income. if I Ipossible. ti ities." when one of the alleged irregularities ,

for short interals this weekendas avoid inconvenience to patrons. 'j months. It could be in the form of Non..Taxpayers ." | Specifically charged were (1) occurred. Of Collins ReplyIn

workmen begin converting the when electrical units are less I higher utility rates, additional util- I And. he added, if the budget J j fee overcharges in regard to arrests Harden Friendly j

entire system from 2.400 to 4,160 l likely in use. ]i i ity taxes sewer or garbage charge, I Idoesn't I fit income, new taxes are made by the Highway Pa- Garden was genial and friendly response to a request for a

volts. thereby virtually doublingthe Fr..t'zl'r'nharml'd i 10: higher ad valorem millage. Rise In Arms I tin order. The Council has done a I I trol. (2)) irregularities in payments with his "no comment," but he special audit of Bradford Sheriff
electrical distribution
city's The interruptions will not af- ] Compiled By Long i, 'I lot l of talking about raising revenue : made by the county for stood by it firmly during an inter- P. D. Reddish's office GOLt-

capacity. ect the operations or contents The tax roll was compiled for recently-only a few weeks ago'it ]; rental of a truck used in impounding -,view. i|, Roy Collins\ wrote the following

Two In OperationThe of deep freezers. said Wasdin, because -I the city by County Tax Assessor i Starke homeowners are starting',i rejected a higher water rate.!j I animals, and (3) the The controversy revolves around '! letter:

changeover is simply one of the short duration. Gene Long. It shows a total evaluation -, to protest because they're not: ,'with a tie vote. More taxes or :, working of county prisoners for a series of three checks which I'!I "It is my understanding from
utility -
phase of the city's $750,000' The city has made considerable ; of 4-093,542 ar compared paying enough taxes! !higher utility rates may be in order ; private purposes. were issued to Barden by the county -' the State Auditing Departmentthat

expansion program. It includes progress on its utility expansion]!I That's the word from the city's"j'soon I II I Following the charges Sheriff in the months of March, April j this office was regularly

program in recent days. i only councilwoman Mrs. Ruby r'1 Johns himself said he felt the I(. Reddish issued a statement "em-
Power 011 The City Council has authoriz- No Cuts Planned Johns. city badly needed to provide funds I ;phatically" denying all counts j canceled county check. these are I the years 1953. 1954. 1955 and

>d purchase, for $1,244, of Clay: "About six homeowners have tor advertising the city. He laid I I I This week. Reddish generaly: !,i in the files of Circuit Court Clerk I that the 1956 regular audit i U
; roadsjde signa, even as far away refused to elaborate Charles I now underway.
Because of conversion Electric Co-Op lines and instal approached me and complaining! I on his de- Darby. j
toltage i
of the Starke system! lations within the city. This will i I about not paying any taxes." she|!M Lake City, will be needed with I nial. But it's obvious the controversy -! On all three checks. Barden's "Under these circumstances it
electric service will be inter- bring the city 22 more patrons, In School Funds said. "And I'm not talking in i|the advent of the Turnpike inter is shaping up into a name appears on the back as the I is important that you make
:section a few miles west of Starke. I I first class political first endorsee. Also known to the auditor information
rupted as follows mostly near the Raiford road. I generalities. I can name everyone feud regard-: on all three any -
; The I II I less l of the checks, the second endorsement I Iin you have which be
Saturday and Sunday. Aug. Council also authorized of them. validity of the charges. !II is } can

18 and 19 short Interruptions purchase of a switch panel. cost Says Sen. JohnsState Council members acknowledged,! Teachers Return I "Gunning For Me"* u!''1: the name of P. D. Reddish. j I helpful to him in making an accurate -

of about 10 minutes generally ing $1,800.I.'hich will enable I the $:>,000 homestead exemption I j For example Reddish told one Only Apparent Link appraisal of condtions aa

throughout the city. Clay Electric and Starke to eXchange I generally has made most homes i daily newspaper reporter that This second endorsement is the I reflected by the records and oth

Sunday Aug. 19. between 10 power in emergencies. Sen. Charley E. Johns I: in Starke tax exempt. I!I !' "ever since Carl Prevatt got !only apparent link between the I erwise.

and 11 a-m. 30 minute Interruption i Both purchases were recom 'said this week his proposal for I But one city official glumly re-forPreSchoolSessions I beat he's been gunning for me." ,sheriffs office and the checks The I I "If information developed in
mended the purchase of voting machines did I ''He also said sheriffs alleged connection this manner or otherwise by the
by consulting engi with
for patrons of Saratoga ferring to the city's current need j Knight had opposed j!
Height*, along Madison SL, andgenerally I neers. I not contemplate reduction in present -j j for funds, commented: :I' I him since the primaries last May. :'any possible "irregularity" has !I I auditor indicates cause for expanding -

south of Call St. I allocations of Bradford's ra-I "I think we'll be accommodating'': Monday j I Prevatt is present chairman of.never been made public. j I the audit to discover
taxes. I I I facts outside the
I icing them before we're through." ( I the County Commission and defeated The first of the checks is numbered -' records the
I Electrical Code | Johns said he tentatively considered auditor will promptly advise me
installation of five new generators :' candidate for re-election. 991 dated March 2 for the'
Bradford County school teachers to this dfe't"Adverse
I 1 "leveling off" allocation
two of which already are It was Prevatt and Knight who amount of $150. It notes the payment -
II of the race track so that I II Of Legislators i j i return to their jobs Monday as pre-!! carried for
"on the line." I money iI! statements regarding: i : "Impounding fees 1-2
But. although the City Power Adopted By City i the County Commission, the school I j i school the sessions get underway priorjto working of county prisoners to'1 Jan. and Feb." The name "J. W. Weather

Plant has been producing more system and the Bradford Hospital I i i Sept. classroom opening. i ij 'the I U. R. District Attorney's of- Barden" in large bold letters is''

electricity than ever before. new would each get $50,000 a year. the: :! Fire FightingGets !j i teachers Although report 130 for white work.and County Negro ,, ice in Jacksonville. |::scrawled loosely across the backs Affects Brooker

switchboards could not be used Council Members i same amount received during the1 'School I Supt. Harmon 1'. Morgan n!! Unconfirmed reports were that an endorsement. ReddifiYs nan\e
last fiscal year. ;: the Federal Bureau ;appears as the second endorser. Tobacco HarvestDelayed
until the voltage changeover was I reported four vacancies still exist i|. of Investigation -
made. i!1 | The "surplus" of about $24,000. ApprovalBoth 'in the Bradford system. Needed i launched an investigation of The second check number 996 ,

This meant the old switchboard A new 10,000-word electricalcode ; j causing by growing race track; I are a Brooker two the convict working charge this 'i is made out for $100 to J. W. Bar- by adverse growing
, principal,
I conditions
was heavily overloaded. Within the length of a moderate sized :- j j revenue could be used! for voting i teachers in Starke and one in Law week. This would be a violation 'den for "Rental on truck month many tobacco farmersin

past weeks, overloads have .!; novel!, war,adopted by the Starke, machines, Johns indicated. Rep. Doyle E. Conner and tey. of U. S. Constitution's civil rights (of March" and dated April 6. En- the Brooker area are still busy

"blown fuses" in the power plant I City Council Monday night.; j i In the last fiscal year. Brad- Sen. Charley R Johns this week 1 Morgan said the first day of the'' provision. :'dorsements are very similar to I, their cropping leaf curing and grading

and blackness has blanketed the The code adoption stems from !! I those of the previous check, except i crop.
ford received about $150,000 as endorsej forest fire control for pre-school sessions will be concerned -I J In further elaboration of the At the
city at intervals. I earlier controversies among dec- | its share of State racing money. I Bradford County. with orientation. Dr. A. Y. political aspects Reddish also has for a third endorsement in the Brooker Farmers Market at
tricians about the old name of R. L. Reddish. las week Mr. and Mrs.
The voltage changeover whichwilt L electrical 'j By special legislative act, it is The legislators said they sup-'Covington of the County Health been quoted as saying "The I I' Tomlinson
Roy Q. ,
be started this weekend ( ordinance, which some charged as! :i! divided equally between the county ported the program on previous Clinic will appear on the program ,were two men defeated in this Third Check I Clyde Cone

should eliminate the power fail- [, being vague and incomplete. I Ij I the school system and the occasions. j during the week, since stress will I '| election, and they're the ones who'I' The third check, number 1010 Russell Green J. K. Douglas: and

ures. according to City Clerk: j The new code is patterned after ]t i hospital. I Johns commented, 'Pulpwoodand I' be placed this year on health prob are doing all the stirring up." He j and dated May 4, provides $100 for I others were busy grading their

Carl Johns. He estimated the circuits o..e adopted recently by the City''' The similar lems in schools. identified the two as Prevatt and "Rental of impounding truck, j tobacco preparatory to haulingit
Bradford School informed activities
have been overloaded from I !] ot Gainesville, although it was rej '' I bring the! The first week also will include Dick Thomas, the town marshal ,i''month of April." It differs little i off to the auction market.
Johns was all county over a million '
j vised: to fit the Council proposing a year. i 'from the other checks for The Tomlinsons, who have a
25 to10 per cent.Required i type of three in There isn't 'Idoesn't ja three-day art workshop for ele- ''at Lawtey. ; except
chip for
each a merchant
4 93 allotment
have not
Re-Wiring i government prevailing in Starke. I mentary teachers while the I''endor;, ments. Barden's name is sold any
voting machines protested the handle a forest dollar." highschool Later upon advice of his at- of their leaf.Tobacco .
Gainesville has a i' I(crammed into one instead
Power Plant Supt. Riley Was- city manager- will undertake up corner ,
group a curriculum -
earlier this month. Conner said torney. Mack Futch. the sheriff
plan Bradford
is about
din said the voltage changeover commission type of government. ,, study. > of loosely scrawled while Red-: markets in the Geor-
Before '''i Johns said that isn't the case. the only North Florida county I| raid he did not prefer to be quoted eia-Florida belt will close next
has caused i the virtual re-wiring, adoption the code wa LSapproved While the first week will feature dish's name takes up the usual ;
of every primary electric line irtarke I by most of Starke's electricians He proposed no reduction in funds without fire control "and it's group meetings, Morgan said the r rs attributing the charges to political :amount of space. j week.
since each still would get $50.000.: proven to be a very good thing motives. The shed at the
lie finished up the job :i : i iI teachers generally will have the Around these innocent-appear-j market was

this week and the work has the Although changer, in the new I|i I But because anticipated race for the other counties. I believe|second to prepare individually for Election: Episode ing of routine water cooled by means of a

approval of Reynolds. Smith and I ordinance are not drastic City 1! money will net Bradford an extra ; it would help Bradford consider i(:!the new school year. j I'i Strangely:' enough, a great dea! slips paper. payments ;I stream of water directed along

Hill. Jacksonville consulting engineers Clerk Carl Johns said it should bea 1 $2 .OOO next year he anticipated ably." j I I Pre-school sessions for white of the political animosity appears : for routine services, boil an I Ii the peak of the roof to keep the

vast improvement since it is' detailed i investing in voting machines tor'plH'e Twelve petitions calling for fire :teachers will be held in the elementary to date back to early election i issue i whu.li led to open charges tobacco from losing too much

Wasdin has set a Sept. 3 target i : the slower hand methodof control currently are being circulated school cafeteria in Starke, (Continued on Page> Fjght) 1 before the County Commission. moisture.

date for having' all five of The code provides for the City- ("ountin'otes. in the county. If ownersof while the Negro teachers will\ meetin -

the power plant's new generators Council to appoint a three-mem-' The question is rather moot one half of Bradford's acreage the RJE school. I Coach Cites Transportation Problem

in operation.He her Board of Examiners. One of for the moment since the special I subscribe the County Commission

sai,) the voltage changeover ;: these is to be the city electrical l legislative session is adjourned can place the issue on the ballot For City
requires power interruptions inspector a post now held by Power The regular session will be next November. ,

in various pal ts of the city at Plant! Supt. Riley Wasdin. sprin BHS Football Turnout Poorhe

different tunes. He said the interruptions The examinmg board is to passon Johns said however it wouldbe Bradford Area Mayor's Court

will! be timed, to the qualifications of all persons silly to rule out "lonp range"

desiring elertrical to work in the field of study regarding reallocation of Struck By Rash The disappointing number of 43 j younger bo>s. who are destined to said "We have boys from th-?

Books Now Closed tor examination construction.is $100.The fee Bradford's race track money. For Yields $450Fines boys turned out Monday for the play on the B squad. The B squad. State Farm Lawtey Erooker. Keystone

although example he said it is highly unlikely Of Auto Thefts coached by newcomer Clifford Mc- and Kingfiey Lake area,,
annual renewals are only $10. first Bradford High football practice -I
the Bradford County Hospital Griff will play six games this and they're having to hitch-hike
Starke electricians favoied of the 1956 season.
a will continue to neei the season. I III [into town. Some of them aren't
40 New Voters high "first time" fee to insure .\ rash of auto thofts broke out anti forfeitures in the City Head Coach Lennard Register
against incompetent full $;;0.000 annual subsidy now in Staike and vinnity the past Court of Mayor W. T. Jackson blamed the turnout II "I can tell right now we'll be the j:making it."
fly-by-night partially
I provided with race funds."I yielded $450 Monday. weaker in the barkfield." commented The team worked out in shorts
electricians.The week but all the ',
of automobiles >n of ,
transportation problems boysin
wouldn't make a move without I have been Mayor Jackson disposed of 10 I Register. "The line appears -[for two sessions daily this week.
said he
Register Here new code provides that meeting with the Board of A. J. cases, ranging from carrying concealed outlying areas. I to be up to par, but the I[Next week the practice will be
Barry's car was stolen would seek civic and
master governmentalhelp
every electrician "
must Diiectors and carefully studying, weapons to drunken driving :backfield is weaker than usual. |held only from 3:30: to 5:30: week-
Saturday while parked in front of in the into Staike |
post a $1.000 bond before getting boys .
the hospital's financial condition." .. Of the seven returning letter- days.In
Forts nt'w"oters were added a city permit. The bond is to.. j his office. Police found it parked ,for practice. I said five I
said Johns "but our original idea I One of those charged was Dosie men, he are linemen and ) accord with conference rules.
t.i the City of Starke's books be- : | at Doctors Hospital an hour later.
guarantee against unsatisfactory was to !get it well established and: Thomas, who forfeited $100 bond He hopes to have the transportation -(two are backfield players. j II | the team will not practice in parts
foie the voting list was closed work. car belonging to LonnieSullivan
difficulty ironed out in two 1 '
Last 64
I then reduce the subsidy." I for carrying a concealed weapon. year. boys turned out uniform until Sept. 1 Then
noon Saturday.The The ordinance !generally, pro- i was taken from near Police confiscated a nickleplated3S weeks. 1!for the first day of practice. And |it will have two weeks to whifi' -

addItional'oters were nibits anyone from installing wiring State Rep. Doyle E. Conner the Magnolia Hotel Sunday eve- police revolver. Register has only seven letter-I j I Register said he isn't happy with i self into shape before the tn -.
more than counter-balanced with unless they are licensed said he knew nothing of the voting ning. It was recovered four hours :' I'
or employed this 43. ,
Charged with public intoxication men returning to the grid: team. A year's game with Macrlenny h'r 'nS"V. :; : *
the 61 listed as dead or moved by a public utility excepta ;: machine proposal until it appeared -, later at the R. W. Rivers cafe ineystone 'and forfeiting $25 bond were Junior large number of recruits are "One problem i>, transpnr'atmn ;,
who were scratched off the books homeowner can install his own m the newspaper. }\ .

by the City Council Monday night. wiring provided he proves himself The thief apparently parked i Gibson. Elmo Carson. Augustus ... ,'b I. rT -- "_
Covington (Negro, and Buddie J
The Council counted 34 moved competent. BHS Band PracticeTo Sullivan's car, then stole Rivers' i Smarts 8ii.

from the city and 27 deceased. The code maintains the city's 1 car to return to Starke. Rivers'
Sam Bennett, Negro was cham-
This means the number of Starkevoters current practice of requiring a permit Start August 22 automobile was founj pa ked on ed with drunken driving resisting r _
remains static around the for any type of electrical con- Madison St.
Practice f.r the Bradford arrest and fighting. He forfeited .1
struction or repairs. Electricianshave
figuie l.SOO. Junius Smith's automobile was $100 bond.
The Council will meet next to pay fl't's'aryin; accordingto School Band will start Wednesday. stolen Monday night while parked Calasworth '. %

Tuesday. Aug. :21. to hear any a scale: for the permit Aug 22 :at 1:30: p. m.. Bandmaster on Starke streets. It was drunken driving) and charged license with
Vote for the code was; unanimousby Elden Mathews announcedthis
protest regarding those it removed found several hours' later near forfeited $i5 bond.
the registrationbooks. the Council! although one member week. St I And George '
from city tzer.s.
i .
Mrs. Ruby Johns was not Mathews said the 1:30 practicealso Jenkins Negro forfeited $25 for ', '
Police are but #
investigating: no
driving without license
Otherwise everything remains present. t will he held Thursday and .\
arrests have been made. i Pleading guilty were William ;4'
quiet In matters political. although Friday. But starting Monday. |
( i' Barnes, 18. charged with speeding, i4L
the Sept. 11 city electionis On Vacation Aug. 27. practice will commence Firemen Called : and Louis A. Mann, 20, allowing t
less than month at 9 a. m. each dav.. i
a away. iI
I I i iI an person to drive.
Three seats on the City Council Chamber of Commerce Manager -' He urged all olj band members j I Starke firemen extinguished a ;Police said a girl companion was

are to be filled. All three in Marian Howe leaves Saturday -, former band members and students -' fire {ann's
crass in the 600. block of W. i'driving car when it jumped
("umbents- ames A. Lewis, T. for a three week vacation in desiring to try out for Senior I Madison St. about noon Wednes-I! the curb and knocked down pole Bradford High's! three football coaches (left) first year at BBS. Also on Monday 43 youths

C Hazen Jr. and Ewell Lawson-- New York and Canada. Band to attend the practice.He day. j ji jia I the vicinity of the Courthouse. discuss strategy a. football practice got underway checked out equipment for the 1956 M'a'tOl. Get-

have qualified for reelection.The While she is absent. Mrs. Cora said rehearsals will start i Firemen, who were out on call'I!'I Barnes was fined $25 on the i Monday. Left to right are Head Coach ting their gear from Coach Register in the picture -

qualifying deadline is noon QuatUebaum will be In charge of I promptly and last for one and a'I' about 20! minutes said there was speeding charge and Mann forfeited Lennard Register and his assistants, Winton at right are (left to right) Jerry Hicks,

next Tuesday Aug. 21. the Chamber office. half hours. no damage. i 4 his driving; license for 30 days. CrisweU and Clifford McGriff. This Is McGriffs James Thomas and Winston Kelly.

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editorialForest are hereby notinea lat a Mrs. Glenn Duke,
HAMPTON sy Wamwright who is to marryFa'e suit for Ray Stone For State Attorney Sth Judicial Mr. John L. Hemler-.t. Wh..I1.j i.. .'
Durban next Sunday. Divorcehas Sheltie A. Hall. Circuit Florida And All 1'IIs.|: >;Nr i ii n l\i-; I
been filed against you In the In testimony whereof. I hereunto For State Senator for 15th Senatorial AND CORPORATIONSM! \ ,
Kj Mrs. D. E. lUll Mrs. John Rowell has returnedto above named Court and cause and subscribe my name and cause the District HAVINi; OR Ct.AIMIV: : ; 1\ |1\
Fire Control NeededFor you are required to serve a copy of seal of the said town to be hereunto For 1 Member of the House of TEREST IN ('I: i.irs .\ MM!;
her home in :Marion, S. C. after your answer or pleading to the affixed: this .1h. day of August' RepresentativesFor AROVE a-:.CRIIKI PR.-p.: 'i- : N'
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SEALWILLIAM ) For Clerk of the Circuit Court hereby n..ttie.l th.iu..' .I(. ,. ,,,. I
Benefits To EconomyWe Girl \\tiU brother-in-law and sister :Mr. and Danit-1 A. Japi.ur, 30' Guaranty Life T. JACKSON Mayor For SheriffF scribed property has t>*. :a ... /,
Mrs. L. A. ATTEST: of Taxes under and by \irtue ..f .J!h.i .
Miss Lucille McCullough, daughter Wynn, of HamptonLake. building J.i k-.iNUlIf J, Flotilla. For Tax CollectorFor i ri 'r
CARL JOHNS City ClerkS Florida Statutes a- imtrid-.l. .11.1..
ahd file the original In the office of
once knew a press agent who provided ;a of Mr. and Mrs. Lester }Ic- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 10 5t :I. 7 Public Instruction County Superintendent of now in the possession; of. the! la'.ldof : '' ; l
Cullough of Hampton and Edwin :Mrs. J. H. : before the County Commis-. r- .f '> -
his head McAlhany of Reevesrule For Supervisor of I
roof over family's by grindingout news- RegistrationFor and '. ,
10 day of S#]>teml I.fr. I';';;H; ,uIH i: or II.I'I'III'\' County you aid .1. f \
paper copy favorable to the forest products inlu5try. Vukery of Staike were marriedin S. C.. is visiting in Hampton otherwise the allegations of said P.E IT KXOW.V: THAT I. R. A.OUAY. For County:3 Members Surveyor of the Foanl of are hereby further n..tifi, :...,-. ,,
:Monias, Ga., Thursday evening. with Mr. and Mrs. J.v.. Complaint 111 be taken as confess SECItETAJlY OF STATE uF County CommissionersFor petition under said hajit ; ,
: ed ty jou. THE :-T.TuP FLOUP.l'u been filed in the Cir-nt c."t :
Aug. 9. They are making their Horne 2 Members of the the Judu.al .
and family.rs. .I cAlhan' This notice shall be published HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT County Eighth Cir.u. .r+ i
It was. after all, a very dull business And. to< home in Starke, where they are is Mrs. Home's mother. Mrs. }Ic- once each week for four consecutive ELECTION WILL I E XGENEUAL Board of Public InstructionFor for Bradford Comity Florida. -. *. )
seeks in the Bradford Justice of the Peace in and the forfeiture .
him. it must have been a discouraging trade. County Tele- HELD\ IN IJRADFOP.n COUNTY Ing of the -.I; 1'0' -
very both employed. Alhany Mrs. Horne Billy Horne graph. STATE OF FLORIDA. TUESDAY for the following Districts Viz: pmy, and you are her i.v .1 -, < t
In his battle for newspaper space, he jousted daily hated tin :2 day ..f .\",," -t. l:i ti. 1.6 and required to file.iur i Ian: :'
( K ;Mrmliers See Slides Mrs. and XEXTl'"I'EEII- t THE F1P.STMONDAY
; Betty May daughter, (OFFICIAL SKAL Charles A. Uart.1' IN NOVEMP.KIS. For Constable In and for the following any you have, and -h,'w c...."-. ']
with bank robberies, sex crimes movie publicity, Church KwItforatPii Melody. :Mrs. Richard Williamsand Clerk of the Circuit Court. t.6.: THE SAID TUESDAY UE1NG A. D. Justice Districts. Viz 1-8 or before August 2i. I">;.r,, :1 r j
By Marian L. Crosby. !><> ClerkS In ..
Te"timony'h"reof. I
scandal, murder and ship wrecks. Needless to< Christian Endeavor members of son Richard and BarbaraSue THE personally served \\.tli j-;
10 4t S. 31 have hereunto set my hand herein and withinu.ri'x .I\! -
say he was a daily loser. the Hampton Christian Church Barksdale of Starke visitedat "I \1'11 11CIt' %o\iMiiri: : and affixed the Great Seal from personal servi e if 1"1''n..i, \
Fur President of the United States of the State of Florida
were shown a series of slides on Marineland Tuesday.Bert In The tin-ait Court nl the Eighth For Vice President of at served with proces- lnn.n. nI'I t d t f
And when we suggested he "do something"about Judicial ( Inuit of Florida lu and the UnitedStates Tallahassee the Capital. property should not b,. f .r. ,t.d I''i.- -
the situation, perhaps by pepping up his: the work of the early church Hinson Jr. and his fianceof 1'ur Bradford ('ouDIJ : this the 23rd day of July suant t<> said chapter Sir.alht \ '''I I.i !
A. D., 195&
For United States Senator
In from to file claim as iun.n ILI.tt..1:
last Charles
:copy: and making it more lively he looked at us: Friday evening. Bro. Panama City were weekend UK- Adoption "f Charles McKinley the State of Florida R. A. Gray.Secrrtary judgement will be ent.re.l /t ... '
Moore of the Mclntosh Christian guests at his parents. Mr. and Untt minor child: For Representative in Congress of of State.In against you in due c-'''ii-> 1'.1'--' l
coolly and asked a question we'll never forget: 5 10
'O'l'lC OK the Sth DistrictFor U 3/31 not personally served 1 uiili I'--
Church presented the slides and Mrs. Belt Hinson. in Hampton.Dr. : !OUT Congressional .
"Did ever try to make a pine tree sound The State nf Florida To-' Four (4) Justices of the Supreme may obtain a copy >( t t.,' j" ti n (
lecture. George E. Salstrand. instructor f-T forfeiture tilt d herein; fiom theundersigned
Israel IY itt, St. George North Court 1 hr Irruil Court Of 1 he Ktehlh
glamorous? at Tennessee Carolina: For Governor Judicial ( Circuit In lad I'or llrad- Clerk lOt Court.WITNESS .
After the meeting 23 members Temple .
You are hfrehv notified that Odious For Secretary of State lord C''Ulllh I'lorida. At Ian my hand and M.I. f
That. essentially, is the problem facing Brad- had a fellowship hour with light Theological Seminary in Chattanooga Kirkspy and Ella Mae Kirksey, For Comptroller .No SOS1IN the above mt'ntinn,1 1.1. .- ,
ford County for the next few weeks. between now refreshments served at the church Tenn.. presented slides of his wife have filed their amended For Commissioner ..Agriculture; in: rniirriii: m: or Tilt: roi.- Marke, Florida, th." Au-un 7"'.
petition! to adopt Charles McKInley For State TreasurerFor l.otinix HIIIIII: 1'11111'1:111 r.-Otf. .
and the November General Election Bradford parsonage.The his recent pilgrimage to Palestine lirltt infant born November 4. 1951. Attorney (JeneialFor One I':';;;:!! flu k. T..V.! "' ; ;".:', I \r:1.1 IN \ I lla'1.rl .I:I .
at Church in the above named Court and SupeiiiitemKnt ,.f l'ulG] :;. Institution I.ni: :,.,. :N.,7:.""717 t I 7J 16.1.1.. !, k! l.: :
:citizens: will be deciding for the third time whether Hampton Christian Church Hampton Baptist Monday cause In which you and H. len Tiriu I'I' .. \. .1 1", i: .u..,... I. in M i r'i I t l
they desire forest fire control. has been redecorated in the interior evening August 6. are defendants and you are here- For Rir.l] and l\il! o U-I..: ,, < irvuoTHI \ I', .. "
by required to be and appear in '''mniiM'.in : PTUi.! I: 'Hi- i i.i.i-.i' ] \ T. j I
Forest fire control, through the services of the greatly improving the appearance said Court and cause on August 2s.
Pastor Willard :M. Jones NEW RIVER 1956. and to show cause win- Muli
Florida Forest Service can be furnished Bradford BA1TIST adoption should not l I.e gi.m't. "HANDY
County for $1,000 a year. The money must come said this week. Avery Dennisonwas CIIUKCII This noticehaIl lie 1"1101.-1.. ,i
Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship BOTTLED GAS SERVICE S E
the contractor. Walls in the once each week for next four cmisecutive -
by action of the County Commission which likely main auditorium were painted a Hour 11 a. m. Evening ServIce weekly issues of the Bradford -. FLAME"
would see' the need to raise the county's tax mill- 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each County Telegraph a dun
sea-foam green with white ceil- qualified newspaper published in
age. Added millage of .7 (seven-tenths of one ing. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone Bradford County Florida. COMPLETE ISOTTLEI GAS; SERVICE FOR

mill) will raise the nel'essary1.000.. welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor. WITNESS my"hand and official' ,
seal '
at Starke. Bradford ( .u
and .
Mr. Mrs. 1: L. Birt entertained -
Homesteads would be exempt. This means,, Florida this July 21. K'ifi. COMMERCIAL HOME OR FARM USE
Wednesday at dinner for ('.\Im 01TII.XK OFFICIAL SEAL: : ) -
the residences of townspeople will not .
generally, :Mr. and :Mrs. G.V.. Saxon Mrs. CIIAHLES \ DAP.rT.
It also We wish to thank the many Clerk of Circuit ,'''lIlt of I n:1.111-
be taxed for fire control purposes. means
Ben Saxon of Mrs.
Hampton. ford County. Fiondelfnllis
friends for flowers cards and SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
farms of 160 acres or less will pay none of fire Ernest Hunter and son. Lynn of V. Knight. :-Iari>,>. Fi 'rd\ i
kindnesses shown us during the Attorney for Petitioners T J7 4; 7 DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS
control: costs.It Ft. Lauderdale and Mrs. Eunice $89.95
passing of our little
becomes apparent that the necessary $4.000 Mori of Pompano Beach. The Joy Elaine Ryder.11'. daughter and Mrs., 1. William'OTln( : T.III1:1 Jackson i:<"ii Ma\<>\ ..rStarke. : 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95

will be raised primarily from two groups larglandowl1'l's flirts Holland Payne Mrs. B. Y. Mitchell Brown and family. Florida by virtue ..r tI.., APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS
lIuth"l'Ile..l..d in ni<- t 10\ 1\ oJ I
and business concerns. Saxon and Mrs. Morris were din hereby call an election tat I... I,, ''d
The sentiment of large landowners is not diffi- ner guests :Monday of the G. \V. %OTIfK 1O APPntll the Fire Station in th. ator., 'iul
In Circuit Court Ilradford County town by the qualified \oi.is ,.i.I HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY
cult to determine To put fire control on the Saxons.B. riorlilnt In (.han......... Tuesday September 11, l'5'-' ;. t..i' tlo-,
Y. Saxon his sister :Mrs. M. I.oui>e i'. Vcrroc.i f.arris. Plantiff, purpose of electing the follow.nj;
half of the county'sland
ballot, owners of 88,201 acres ( XKarl: 11. CamI: ,..f-n.l.int officers: 21S Temple Ave. Phone 4.1:t
acres) must sign a petition. This was donein L. Weatheisbee his son Vivian Cave N" H-ir:; IIIHI.I: \i.Ditoi\N FOR
IViillc To tnnritrTo Lowest Prices Easiest Terms
1'\\ U 11:1111Inspectors
1950. It was repeated in 19:>2. And now with children Sandy and Benny Karl: II. Cairis; n how r>-i- for said jleetiun-

about 12 petitions circulated by some of the have returned to Hampton froma
trip to Salt Lake City. Utah
county's leaders we anticipate it will be done
and Calif01 nia. Mrs. Weathersbeeand
again. Vivian and children will be

The business man, on the other hand might be visiting for a few days with other

inclined to feel that $4.000 is too high a price to relatives .and friends in Hamptonand 1i.

pay for fire control especially if he is going to Staike before returning to .

have to share the expense. The remark has been their home in Pompano Beach. FOOD

heard: "Why should I help the big landownerspay Aaron Williams son of Mr. and

for fire protection on their holdings?" Mrs. J. A. Williams is home on

On the surface this might seem a valid complaint leave from the Navy this week

but the argument doesn't hold up when with his family. He has completed -

examined further under the cold light of logic: boot camp at the Great \
Lakes Naval Base 111., and following 1P\.f
1)) Bradford now is well established as a wood
his 12-day leave here, he IDEA
producer. The sales outlets are established, and
will report to his ship in San
many small woodlot owners will benefit from Francisco. Calif.

growth of fire-free trees. Ernest Morgan of Jacksonvillewas

2) The sale of Bradford County trees has reached a Hampton visitor Saturday

the point where it supplies gainful employmentto and his son. Roy Morganreturn-

many. This has made it an important econ- ed to Jacksonville with him that

omic factor within the county. night' for a visit of two or three

3)) Fire control, regardless of whether on land weeks. fun with ice-cold

of the "big" or small" will result in faster growth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of to eat CocaColaj

better wood increased employment and more in- .Ticksonville were Sunday visitors .
come. at the home of :Mrs. T. F. Brown. .

In addition to these factors we keep remembering Bill Underwood of HamptonLake
will leave Saturday for
that for $4.000 annual investment, Bradfordwill j
three weeks of maneuvers at Ft.
get a $22,000 annual payroll money that Bragg, N. C. with the ready re- f

will circulate through the pockets of Florida Forest serve.Mr.. fii :

personnel and filter through the channels of and Mrs. Bernard Bates

of Bradford County trade. were called to Stewart Miss recently -

The Telegraph sees no need to amend its stand by the death of :Mrs.

and once again it is endorsing the current Petes': father. C. T. Eiland accompanied "

fire control drive. them for the trip of T.
We do not maintain fire control is glamorou several days.
Mr. and Mrs. James Broi>me
We do maintain It f is necessary. v
and children of Orlando were

wf'ekt'nd'jsitors in Hampton

Where Does Tie KKK with the Frank Williams. Dan

Johnson, and Arnold Haddock

Fit Into The Picture? families.
Miss Barbara Matchett of .
Hampton and Miss Connie \\'ee- t' ';

The comment by a speaker at the Ku Klux Klan ney of Gainesville attended a l

meeting held south of Starke last Saturday night Youth for Christ camp at Toccoa ,\ "

that news reports "have made us the laughingstock Ga. last week. They made the :

of some of the }people" flattering to the trip with the Fred Dodds of Keystone ltl. T.

power of the press and typical of those who do Heights.Mr. .

not like to see facts printed in black and white and Mrs. Jeff Green and : '

He went on to charge that "the newspaper is son. Frank their daughter Mrs. ?

afraid to tell the people the truth about the Klan.It Jessie Dyer and her daughter \'\ <0

is afraid to tell that the Klan is composed of Jessie of Andrews. Ind. visitej \
with Mrs. Ina Knight in Hampton \
Christian God-fearing people.
for several days this week.
To the first charge, we suggest that if newspapers Mrs Frmk'llliams and Mrs. I \
the Klan in unfavorable
have portrayed an George Williams of Hampton atoriri ,
light it is the result of the organization's own "F.
actions and not any deliberate attempt on the \ : 1'Ut'I'IU '...

part of the press to ridicule for the sake of rid In Circuit <'..ur.. lirudfortl 1'niiolf, ..... .
Florida: In ( himrrry.Willi.im -
cule. Newspapers do not make the news. They E.grr.: H.imtiff vs. Dorothy -
is when the M.+y Eagir, Defendant.
report the news as it happens. It Case No. 101723utlrr

facts are unflattering that a great hue and cry is \ T. Appear
ToDorothy May Iag"r.Vho e
made that the }papers are printing "hog wash. rMilrit and ad
As to the charge that papers are afraid to tell Murs\iIIe. I'alifornia.
YOU are hereby notified that a
that the Klan is composed of Christian. God-fear suit fur divorcehas

ing people, it would be impossible to make any above been named filed: Court against and you cause In and the

such statement for the good! reason that the and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer or pleading to Barbecued
membership of the organization is secret. In the the complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney

absence of facts, how could any newspaper tell Professional Louis ItuiMing T. hansom, Jacksonville 316- "Hero"I

its readers that the Klansmen are good. bad. or 3. Florlds
and file the original the office of ,
indifferent? the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Everybody loves "hero"! Now these
a try giant jawbreakers hot!
The speaker at the meeting here last Saturday before the 3 day of S.-pt.. 1956;
otherwise the allegations of Bald
(who refused to give his name and would not let Complaint will be taken as confessed Slice crusty Italian bread twice lengthwise. First layer gets ham, Q o

be unmasked)) undoubtedlymeant by you.
himself photographed This notice shall be published once
that the newspapers would not hail the each week for four ton?ecutlv. luncheon meat or salami-plus barbecue sauce. Second layer-cheese to
weeks In the Bradford Tele-
effort in the battle against in- y
meeting as a fine
tegration. The record on that issue is quite clearso graph.hated this 1 day of August, 1956. your taste. Wrap in foil. Heat-and eat with delicious Coca-Cola for
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
far as this newspaper is concerned. We are Clerk of the Circuit Court. cool, tingling refreshment! Its real great taste doubles your eating 1
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
because do not feel thatit
opposed to integration we 8/3 4t 8/!'
is in the best interest of either race. pleasure. Bring home the Coke today!
Wheree differ strongly with the Klan is in IB Circuit Court Bradford Co..trFlnrliln
We : IB t "anr.r,.
of integration. see
method fighting
their Trudy Elsie May: Plaintiff. Henry -
nothing to be gained by a group of hooded and O. May Defendant.

masked figures who historically have been noted \..lfr. T. Appear Case No. 10-1720 and Coke-to put you at your sparkling best !

for taking the law into their own hands. The To: Henry O. flay whose residence
Mendenhall. Misc. and whose address 1
fight against integration is going on at this very is: Route 2. Box: 70. Menden

moment all over the state and the South. But it hall You, Miss.*re h.ranv notined that %

is being dory openly by responsible persons. in a suit for divorce of maiden alimony and restoratloa -
name "Cok is a registered trade-mark. CI956 The Coco-Colo Company.
That is the it shouldbe has
law-abiding manner. way beeu died osainst you In the

handled. and we do not see just ,how or where above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy ft

the Klan fits into the picture. your plaint answer on the or pleading Plalntt'to Attorney the com-

Alan C. Winter. Jr. 319 Florida .
i5tSL525i'S s525a5 Title Building. Jacksonville 2.
TELEGRAPHEST. and file wi 1' original In the office of
THE BRADFORD COUNTY the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
1879FLORIDA'S before the 3 day of September 1955:
otherwise the allegations of said
ComplaInt will be taken as coafessd l
by you. '
@ PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY This notice shall oe published -
once each week for four con>..cu- _
e r
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. Ire week In the Bradford County I
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by
Clerk of the Circuit Court
j By Marian U Crosby, D >nty Clerk BOTTLING
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ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA- turned -to her Melrose home following revvvv.vv.vv.vvvvevvvvv.i;; Dobbs in the Veterans Hospital I and Mrs Clifton Carter at Clay; I'' Mi Str.t :. kLmd' fivleMr,- Doa. spent tae: .\l't'k.'nd1I! :M 1: ii.iMr.s

a week's stay n Alachua i Augusta. Ga., last weekend. j I Hill last Friday night. The supper -,, Dun ante. Bufoid. Higgmbothan.f! i

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy I County General Hospital.Mrs. I LAWTEY\ Bridal hntor I I was given in honor of Mr. ) T. L. Manning left last Monday. family.

James Dunne left Monday I Miss Patricia Wainwright Carter, Mrs. Bernice Mosley and | Aug. 6. for Fort Jackson. S. C., | Merle Higginbotham and Jui.ur

Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY morning for Montgomery. Ala. toj i By Mrs. Joyce T. FutthlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ whose marriage to Fay Durban Carl Taylor who celebrated their: to serve with the U. S. Army Tillman of Jacksonville were visiting -

visit a hospitalized relative. Fol- will be an event of August 19. birthdays: within the week. I Mrs. Fanny Gnffis the
. . . . ;( spent in Folkston Ga. last Satur
. . . . . .
lowing her visit there, she expects -, was the inspiration for a lovely J. D. Brown left Maxville Tues day with her sister Mrs. Polly,.

New Drivers' Licences i Personal- to go to DenverColo., Arizona Mrs. Mae Wells and the M miscellaneous shower, at the day to re-enlist in the army. Gnffis Sunday.Eva day.

On Friday, Sept. 7, Clay Coun- Among the 600 people in attendance home I Mrs Mr and Mrs. Bob Nolan and!
i and California. (I Bales family had as Sunday of Mrs Effie :Miner: last; C. B. Nolan and sons. Mae of Jacksonville visited i J

ty Judge Thomas J. Rivers will at the Rotary Dinner Friday Miss Wainwright i Billy and Bobby several I of Seville visited relatixis Inlax.lIt'
Mr. arm :Mrs: Charles T. Parker'and guests Mr. and Mrs J. L. Robertsof evening. spent with Mr. and lire. Pete Griffis son

be in Keystone Heights Barber I honoring the International Presi- daughters visited Mr and | West Palm Beach, Mrs G. E. received many beautiful gifts days last week visiting with relatives last Sunday. :Monday: evening.

from 9 a. m. until 6 m. dent, Gian Paolo Lang, were: District from the 40 Hos Palatka
Shop p. Mrs. R. P. Parnell in Orlando Green and family and Mrs. Ruth guests present. in and Hastings.; i Mr. and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon.,

to give people here an opportunity -, Governor Al Nelson, and last week. : Batthlow and grandson, all otjddleburg. tesses were Mrs. George Roberts : Mrs Nolan's mother, Mrs. W. A.ICannon family and Mrs. Lealer Harris -

to purchase their drivers' licenses Mrs. Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. E. T. [ Mrs. L. H. Hill Mrs. Hubert and niece. Miss Sandra !: and
Mrs. Allen Headley and daughter ] I attended the Church Camp
without leaving town. Martin; Mr. and :Mrs. Fremont 1 : Priest :Mrs. Edward Whelan, Mrs. Holliman. accompanied them home
Mrs William Ketchum and
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. I I Meeting in Glen St. Mary 1-is* GOT A
Your new licence will cost $1.25. Tolles; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc- E. Wiggins Mrs. Headley's par- I daughter of Savannah, and Mr. I P. L. Dinkms. and Mrs. Miner. and stayed until Sunday after Sunday.I .

and you must present your old Kay; :Mrs. Madeline Smith; Mr. I 1 : Miss Sue Sparks of Tampa is noon. i
Mrs. Charles Bisbee son I I
and and
ents for a time. The Headley'slive John Griffis and daughcrRev. :
one in order to get it. and Mrs. Al Watson; Mr. and visiting her cousin. Miss Gayle SUMMER COLD
I in Jacksonville. i: of Jacksonville Ark. visited W. j jI > Mr and :Mrs. R. L. Holliman of and Mrs. H. F. Hisdun
I Mrs Roy Watkins; Mr. and Mrs. P. Moore. Miss Spaiks" mother was :, Palatka spent the day Sunday
Birthday Party Kemp recently. returned :Monday fro-i
and family
Mrs. Bill I :

Siprelle and daughtE'r.Iary ,
I Cam Bastedo; Mr. and Mrs. G. the former Miss Ada Marie Ia'o.I'
:Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tyre held a with Mrs. Holliman's brotherinlaw -
Jo have just returned home Mrs Essie Manning of Manning I 1 1i a week's'Bcation spent in Chattanooga :- TAKE ?
E. Wiggins; and Co!. S. R. Fisher I
i i granddaughter of uncle Jim'
birthday for their son, Wilson and sister. Mr. and Mrs. C.
Station the
Saturday Tenn. *
all from Keystone Heights.The from a visit to Toledo, Ohio, | was '1 I for -
who has reached the age of of her sister, Mrs. Effie Moore( i i iDIr. iI B. Nolan and family.Mr. I Mr. Mrs. E. D. Higgir.h. -'
where they were guests of Mrs.Siprelle's I and
dinner was held in Jackson- I II .
nine, 3, at their I and Mrs H. R. Young and, .. symptomaticRELIEF',
on August prop- ville at the Prudential Building.Mr. daughter and family I i Boatwright, and family. and Mrs. Bob Robinsonhave ,, ham and sons spent Tuesday 6 6 6
Lake Geneva. Swimming, family of Charleston, S. C. are
erty on returned to their home in Jacksonville
and Mi"5- Watson Harden-, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brannen and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson

boating, water-skiing and all bergh and daughters have just three sons. The Siprelles also wentto i and son of Jacksonville spent : guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. War- i I Baltimore, Maryland after a Mi ami :Mis L\ :.' S !Mm'M"ami _

sorts of games were enjoyed. returned from vacationing in the I Wilmington, Del. to visit Mrs.Siprelle's \ Sunday with the Troy Bennetts. len. Mrs. Leslie Bradley and family I week's vacation with Mr. and L l.iiij.'ht: .,i' .I.I ksn'i nt

Those who enjoyed the party I i of Starke spent ::'olondayith Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and
Eastern States. They visited in son Dale, and family. I Marvin Cruce of Ft. Jackson, ,
with the were Mr. and Mrs. the Warrens. i
Tyres family. Mis Higginbotham and
Charleston S. C., Washington, D. I They arrived home on Saturdayi S. C. visited his wife at the Frank
Everett Fox and children; Mr. I :Mrs Margaret Kelly has re- daughter, Shirley accompanied
C., New York City, and Canaan,i I morning Crut* home last weekend. 1 1t
and Mrs Tom Odom and children; ,i turned to the H. C. Kelly home ; them home to spend a couple n*
and Norfolk Conn. In Norfolk, j! Mary Ann and David Schaeffer The Ed May family moved to Thelma,
Capt. and Mrs. Dick Lovorn and I :, after a visit with Mrs. weeks.
they visited Mr. and Mrs. William -I I 1 have returned home from Camp'> : Daytona Beach last week. We are
children.On ( Kelly in Gainesville. I .
:: <
O'Connor, who were in Key. Crystal Lake where they spent:: i'I sorry to lose them. (I Wakefield J M-Sgt Raymond Kilgore >
Tour j 'I Rev. Troy M pas- 1
SiM'uUing stone visiting the Hardenberghs sI I two enjoyable weeks. ReE gar Wilkinson and i Panama City spent several drat .-
Mr. and Mrs. AI Nelson left I tor of the Methodist Church, fill-
last winter. |I Little Miss Jo Ann Dyall ol f r j i family enjoyed a picnic at Silver t home with his family ]l.c-i't t
Keystone Heights Sunday morn- i ed the pulpit on Sunday after week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reynoldsleft i Augusta Maine arrived on Monday ; Lake last Saturday. I j i
time Fairbanks
: spending some in
ing for West Florida, where Mr. iI
Keystone August 9, for High at the home of her uncle and i George Boyer of Plant City Alaska.! I' Patty Parrish spent last F' .
Nelson District Governor,
Rotary lands N. C. Accompanying them' aunt. Mr. and :Mrs. L. E. Harris., was the guest of his brotherinlaw O J d I ay and Saturday with (Cat": '
Club Friends of Mr and Mr.s
will visit the various Rotary
were their two granddaughters : of Lake Geneva. Jo Ann will be and sister. Mr and Mrs. Fred hilson in Starke. Carolyn i .i't ,
meetings, in Pensacola and neigh- Phillips will recret to hear that
who will join their parents Mr. I leaving tomorrow for Jacksonville Moore, last week. h nine with Patty and stave 1 i.il t. '
their daufthtei-m-law. Loslip -
boring towns. He will be theguest
and Mrs. R I.. Thomas, who are to join her father. | The Guy Futch family had asguests ) Bradford tl Sunday evening.The .
speaker at these Phillips K a patient in
mE'etings'l j already in Highlands, vacationing j I... E. Harris spent last week last week :Mrs. Kenneth Adult Training Un.u-i '
They expect to be home today. Hospital
I at the Reynolds cottage there i i in Tallahassee on business.I' Garrett and family of Tallahassee. t he Maxville)] Baptist Church >>

Honored At Stork-Shower The Thomases will return to their | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cannon of Mr. Garrett came for the weekend YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY J nved a fish fry on the ihn-! "

Monday evening, Aug. 6, Mrs. Gainesville home, and the Reynolds lakeland, were weekend guestsof and carried his family home. ';: grounds; on Saturday night. AmVe : I THIS AUTOMATIC

Ted Oglesby was guest of honor will remain in N. C. !i Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kyle at On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Johnny MAXVILLE ::4 ?;l '

at a Stork Shower given by Mrs. : Mrs Ben II. Rose and two'I their home on Lake Keystone. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs \ are glad to learn that M-! ,

A. T Dasher in the Dasher home. I i daughters are in Miami Beach i Mr. and Mrs. Ken Platt and Charles Sherman of Macclenny orothy Waters, who has bee n WASHER
Some By Mrs. C. B. Nolan
interesting games were !1 children, are enjoying a vaca- visited in the Futch home.
having a two-weeks vacation. i[ ( luite ill at the Duval Medu;il,
played, with Mrs. Key Sargent tion in Jacksonville Beach. I I Mr trs. O J. Anders and
I Capt. and Mrs Thomas W.j and AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABaby 'enter is improving..
winning first prize, and Mrs. Coon Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dean have : have had as recent guests I
j Boyd and small daughter. Suzanne -I Billy Mr and Mrs Millard Stnil t-

Wilson Dasher served winning delicious second.refreshments Mrs.- | spent the weekend of August J: returned from a few days in the 1' Mrs. Sally Hogan and daughter Mr I'rigo and Mrs Guy Frigo are I and,I and daughters. K.ian I.II I.

I 10-12 in Miami with Capt.Bovd's North Carolina mountains. During of Jacksonville the Dan Parrish 'Carolyn spent last weekend I i n
the arrival of a babygirl :
and then presented i I announcing
their absence, their son, DUdlay,1sta.t'd family of Maxville, the W. E. .
I mother, Mrs. D. Boyd. G at St.'in..ent's I leidsville Ga ts in. guests i.1 j
Oglesby with lovely gifts from I on Monday Aug. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard with his friends the llgen Lyons family of Macclenny
the guests and hostess. I newly-weds from Toledo Ohio recently twins, and their parents, Mr. and :: Miss Jenny Lou Jenkins of Tam- \ Hospital in Jacksonville -.' ,,0-, -- .,- ". I tlif
New Officers Instilled I The young lady has not yet -' -- -- '-
spent several days with Mrs. Frank llgen. i i

Herbert Nelson was officially Mr. Mrs. Nicholas Burson. Friends of the Allen Deans pa.Mrs.. Betty Wolfe and family of been named.

installed as the new president ofSt. 'I and I her' Gmlwin-Miiljrtte: COLONIALFLORIST P Completely Automatic,
Mrs. Lynn Taylor Jr.. and 15- : will be sorry to learn that they Wilmington. Del., are visiting
William's Catholic Club. Wednesday Mrs Sam Hicks A wedding of interest to their I Just Set The Dial
I month-old son from DaytonaI | are leaving Keystone for a new : parents, Mr.

evening Aug. R. when outgoing -I Beach spent the week of August assignment in Baltimore on Sept. i and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford. many friends was that of Miss I if Easy Top loading

president George Schaeffer|15 with Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cov- I 7. During their stay here they 1 Mr. and Mrs. F. S. CampbellI Joanne Midyette to Bobby Lee Model lirates Awkward

turned the meeting over to him. Godwin both of Maxville, which WA45CN
have taken in worthwhile visiting Mrs. Campbell's sister I
Other officers are Joe Paw likow-:, ington and family on Crystal I part many i I '' ping, Bending
i Lake. I activities. Mr. Dean is the Mrs Jessie Mae Hampton was solemnized in Folkston. Ga

ski. Vice President; Mrs. George | I president of the fire department, '! who is a patient in the Lake Butler 1 I on Saturday night, Aug. 4, at PHONE 218 G-E 5-Year Written
Mrs. Marguerite Ryan and Mrs
Schaeffer Secretary; and Mrs. I and Mrs. Dean has done valuable hospital on Sunday. i j 10.30: p. m. The bride chose for Warranty
Mary Goodson were in St. Augustine -
Joe Pawlikowski Treasurer.
I volunteer work at the Bradford \ Birthdaynniersary :i her wedding an aqua dress with I

Has Birthday: Pary last Wednesday for Irs.Goodson's I 1: County Hospital. Mr. Dean is : Mrs. Rob Futch was honored on :; white accessories Mr. and Mrs. ( ) For as little as .

Herbie Nelson Jr.. who was 10; regular check-up at the:, ___ !
Bootsie Cannon of Maxville were
associated with Dul'ont:0.. I her birthday with a family dinner .I HOME OF
years old on August 1. celebratedwith hospital. j who which under the I',:, their attendants. The bride's
I ) Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Collins, was served FLOWERSFor PER

a party at his home on Saturday Miss Ruth Marvin, of 5a\'annahI, for the past four years have been ,, trees in the yard of the old Futch mother Mrs. Nettie Midyette and

August 4. Because of severe Ga., and Miss Nancy Stanfield oft} this delightful her brother. Burdette, also attended WEEK
at Goldhead Branch State Park, place Those enjoying -; All Occasions I
Jacksonville, the weekend of
rains that afternoon swim- spent .
are being transferred to Kingsiley outing were: Mr. and the wedding.Mrs. AFTER A SMALL
miner and out-of-door games had I August 10 with Mr and Mrs. I Plantation State Park on Fort II :Mrs: Les McClellan and son,'Bobby I Godwin has been a life- DISH GARDENSPOTTED ; DOWN PAYMENT
to be canceled and the 'hiJdrenf'ntertainE'd Marcus Covington on Crystal I
( us a' Mr. and Mrs. Britt Rosier and
I George Island. Mr. Collins I long resident of Duval Countyand
themselves with Lake. | -
bingo | I: State Park employee. I family, the Melson Privett family i attended school at Maxvilleand
and Canasta. Mrs. "Nelson and : Mrs. Ruby Gerdon has moved' I
Craig S. Hartley, son of Major I the Obid Pauleys, the Harold Baldwin. Mr. Godwin also POTTERY
her aunt, Mrs. Harry Smith of to Ortega in Jacksonville, and !
I and Mrs. D. B. Hartley, and 1 Starlings, Everett Futch, Mr. and attended Maxville and Baldwin
Chicago, served refreshments Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tolford are
i grandson of Mr and Mis. James j :Mrs. Charles Starling and daugh-I Schools The young couple are at Flowers {J"iredAnYlcllere
with a Vow-boy motif. occupying her house on Lake G.I.NTGRIFFGENERAL
Chicken Barlxx'iie I Brooklyn. I Graysun of Brooklyn Bay is cur- ter of Highland, Mrs. Inez }, home at 4 JO E. Church St. in

lently employed at Chase Brass ] Mrs. Elli Haislop. and Mr. and Jacksonville.We .
The ladies of the Estralita Club Mrs. Kyle MrMuitry and chil-,1
'1 I and Metal Woiks in Waterbury, i Mrs. James Starling, all of I ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
to learn
remind the public of the chicken :: dren and Mrs. Herbert Nelson, are.t'ry sorry
| Mr: and Mrs. William Nona St.
Conn., getting practical expel i- ,1 Staike. that little Stark
Cheryl Higginbotham.daughter I
barbecue dinner at the Beach and son, and Mrs. Nelson's aunt. Starke Fla.
I I ence in addition to his studies at Pringle of Sanford the J. R.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Friday Aup 21 Serving will be 1 Mrs Harry Smith, all drove to I
Hensslaer PolyterhnJInstitute Devoirs. Rev. Lingerfelt of Mid _. qf
from 5-30: to 7:30. Proceeds will St. Augustine, last Tuesday and Higginbotham, was badly honed
in Troy X. Y. His parents are dleburg antI Mrs. Lillian Padgett
so into the Masonic Building visited points of inteiest. I| on the chest last Friday \\ hen
in Japan. and children of Clay Hill.I
she turned of boilint,
Fund. I Mr and Mrs. V. A. Carlson over a pot
i:. L. Kyle and Bill Terry were Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp had as
left last Saturday for a two- water.'e wish her a sp<>edcovery \ r.-
high scorers at the regular weekly Sunday morning visitors Mrs. Bob .
\\'pek's'acation in Connellsville
EVERYTHING IN and Uniontown, Pa. meetings of th Duplicate Bridge Haislop, Mrs. Inez Kelly. and Mr. and Mrs Buford Hmgm A.

Club. Aug. 9. Mrs. Gordon Adams Mr and Mrs. James Starling of 5\\
Mrs John Lawrence left by, botham and Mr and Mrs E P

TILEAlso I plane on Monday August 6, for' and Mrs. J. D. Henderson were Starke. In the afternoon Mrs. Higginbotham attended a 011 th-

1 Sapp with Mrs.Joyce Futch, attended -
her former home, Pittsburg, Pa. second high. day supper at the home of :Ml
l Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Snellen will j the funeral of Smiley Gnf
Mr and Mrs. A. J. Haertle have (
return to Keystone Heights on ,, fis at Kingsley Lake.
returned 1 to their home in Milwaukee Enter SANITONE'SNational
Aug. IS and will occupy the home Mrs. Reba Rhoden of Ocala
PIlE.CASTCEIEXT Wisc. after spending a ;
they have purchased on Brooklyn was the weekend guest of Mr. and Contest 4 4i
STEPS week with their son and his fami-
Snellen Mrs. Henry Wainwright and fami- SEW
I':ike. :Mrs. recently com-
ly.h': and Mrs. E. A. Haertle,

JUDD TILE CO. who live on Silver Lake. pleted a special course in nur- ly. PRIZES TOTAL
Nashville Mr Mrs. Raymond Wil-
sing at Peabody College, and
Miss Frances Reaves is visiting -
127 Lafayette St. Tenn, and since then has liams of Jacksonville were guestsof
her mother. Mr.s Call I Stancel

Phone 215-J in Warwick. Va. been interning at Palmetto Ga. 1 the Ed Durban family last $5,000.ODIN i

Miss Ann Bell and Miss Heba eekend.
Mrs Jean Galarneau has re-
Thompson, Children's Bible Mission Mr. and :Mrs. G. F. Prevatt and 1
workers have just completed family visited the Leslie Donn

NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100' -- $300 I their summer work at Polk family in Green Cove during the SHOPPING SPREESGet

City and| are off on a tour of theorthpl'n weekend.

PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL \ states Ned 1 Pringle of Biloxi, :Miss is
your entry blank
spending his leave with his grand-
today and see how
Mr. and Mrs D. G. \\1IkI
MARION FINANCE .v.nvvvmvnvmYvvvn'PINE parents. -
CO. Inc. simple it is to enter
ei son, and his mother. Mrs. Harry Sanitone's New National

21S W. University Ave. Phone FRG-5333 LEVEL ;(j Baxley. at the State Farm. I i Contest. You /

J :Mrs: Commodore Crews and need buy nothing .
Gainesville, Fla ,
daughters moved back to their
: home from the State Farm this
week. The Charley Bowens, who

I have been occupying the house,
Mis Roberta Lamb of Tampais
have moved to the former Marion

spending a few days with her Hamilton place, but now owned ..'"

NO DOWN PAYMENT I brother-in-law and sister, Mr and '
by the James Waters family.
Mrs H. H. Lewis. Their grandson 0
I Ralph Futch, with his brothers. w !
I Kenneth Thomas of Brooker, is>
I Benton and family of Starke
i visiting them also. ,
i 1 visited the Zoo and the Air Port ?
36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -- Mr and :Mrs W. C. Conner and in Jacksonville last Sunday aftei- ....,..,,, /
$300 $10.19 j daughter Yvonne, left Monday noon. %

for Miami where they will spend
Dale Mitchell of Lebanon, is t
$fiflf) 36 MONTHLY[ PAYMENTS -- a few days with relatives and I
$20.17 I friends. | visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Milo Smith,

I 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs.
Mr Mrs. H. P. Fouts of ,
LOANS UP TO $2500.00 j j Lakeland and spent Saturday night Mr. Mitchell is the father of MERELY FINISH THIS SENTENCEN

Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Dobbs. 25 WORDS OR LESS .
with Mr. and :Mrs. H. H. Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hilliard 'I prefer SAMTONE: to ordi-
Sunday dinner guests of the Lew- ,
and family, who have been living nary dry cleaning: because.Ill ; .--"
: ises were Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
i 1 i in Ft. Pierce moved recently to FLORIDA THEATRE
I Thomas and children of Brooker.
a house on the Carl Hilliard PRIZE $1,000.00 Christmas
Mi and Mrs. Gene Petcher of
Why Put Off farm. Shopping Spree at Marshall Field
.Ta<'ksun ille. and Mrs. Petcher's & Company PLUS 3-Doy All-
i, Mr. and Mrs Harley Herring.
sKsteMrs. : Ella Neal of Gainesville Expense Round Trip to Chicago for
and :Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest Hewettof WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 ONLY
II !'pentIonday: with the H. Two by Plane or Train ,
Tallahassee were Sunday oed 27 otfwr' wondwM' pr/'zei.
M MoRaes.
I guests of the Arlie Dobbs.

Needed Repairs Paint Your House Harry Lewis spent from Tues 1 Mrs. Joyce Futch. and Mr. and When you get jour entry LlanLe Running Time 3 }.2 Hours

day to Thursday last week with suggest you bang! alone/ our
:Mrs. Benton Futch and son of favorite dress for thorough Sani-,
his aunt. :Mrs. Elam Glisson at
Add Room Screen Porches
a Starke were business visitors to tone Cleaning. \\ hen \ouee

Lake Geneva. Ft. Pierce on Saturday. I how much better our Jamtonr

BUILD: A (lACAGE ADD A RATH INCLUDING Mr and Mrs. nobel Taylor Mr. and Mrs Jack Reynoldsand Service really is, you hill hate

I and children visited relatives here I no trouble Drains! about it. Don't Miss This
last weekend and the sons of Jacksonville spent Contest ;start Ausu-t! 1 and!

SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING enjoyed the weekend with Mr. and Mrs closes September 30. l'>36. I.ft 1.6
hh thday celebration for Robert I
LABOR AND R. W Mosley. your entry blank today!
I Mvru-k and Charlene Taylor at
MATERIALS Mr and Mrs. Frank Carter and One!
the Mvnck home on Sunday.The I 'I
son of Clay Hill! were Sunday din- Sani '
H. M M.Raes enjoyed a
Applications Our Office No Obligation ner guests of the Ed Carter family -
visit last week with their son-in- i DRY CLEANING 1 J'

I Store Hours: Open 7:00 Till :5:30> Monday Through law and daughter, the Robert Mr and Mrs Willie Dotbs, 'I

Noon Taxlors at Olastee. and Mr and
I Close
Friday. on Saturdays
with Mr anJ Mrs. Casey Dobbsof 11
M-s S B. Taylor of Adel. Ga. f
Sanford. visited Lawrenceof STARKE DRYCLEANERS i INCREASE
Our pastor's wife. Mrs. W. E. NO

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE Hill!. who has been ill and spent the time with her soninlawand APMI5SI0NS//

,,,ntweeks! in a Jacksonville daughter./ Rev. and Mrs J.

333 or 43; I hospital. was home for the weekend E Murrhee, to be near her doctor i a,

but returned to Milliard and the hospital. We wish hera AND LAUNDRY

r :--1 I :Monday where she spends most :t speedy recover}*. I -. 1
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.u Applications PendingFor Heilbronn Baptist I Final Services Held nit! for divorce swer or reading to the complaint! I Iun CHI. FOIl Hills
has been filed I
against you la! the I II the Defendant Attorney ..
Theron .
I The r.nr.l i' '
: .f n i ,
Deputy PositionIn Women Hold MeetingNeeds For S. J. Benton 80 I above named Court and cause: and A. Yawn Jr. p. O Drawer ;"1. ,t r- i1 I:r.ult..rd l.un'v.. t...: :.i., \\
you aia required to
serve a :Starke. Florida and file the original .., .
r ei\r s aied Iid- .,
Sheriff's OfficeSheriff I copy of your answer or pleading to i :in the offin. ..f the i'),'rk of. th.I'm .. .\. f. it 1 1".i .. j.. K i (
Who Died M.mdav 5< pit ml.ri : I.
of the community were August 9 the complaint en the Flaintiff'attt.rr.y I, UI ,I'tnin ,'n ...r l 1o..f"I.thr :! t
C"1.1' j -. .. Uill Ih.alt' toan! Board <.f .ti.1'1' : I II
discussed and officers : j/I.| -- :"1.r.1nry -" J.v' if > 1'imt t' ;;.. otherwise. ,,. .
for the new i.".. L.u j.;J.! J. ....... f tii f..II"\n":
P. D. Reddish said this i t d' the F:irej.il ,,'! \n! <'- fni' S. J.h'k- 1.1.rida ., i I A. 1S4 Co. .
ele ted when \uatr.: ie.
: year < members oj: i :.11 II .1' t.nfe sed b>' Jou. o- T- I I' Ifl s. .
week he has "seven or eight"pending the Heilbionn Missionary Sun B.'nton. "':Jetneci! f,inner. and file the original In the office! of Thi. "..ti,'e -hall I,,. i Ifrit: high t.. he ci.livtl,I..f| p: ;.'
: Baptist the Clerk of the Circuit Court ]l Iy at :Marke. Florida
for the or .
applications post tteio held in the DeWitt C. Jones lIe[ .at h \s .k f'.j f.ur consti time '
VMS I In I iht, 17 I!. ,
'i met Friday night Aug. ''r. tit I \ 'I :S..J.: If: Jt .i %vrl- the ., let Ct..u.ualr..Ii. IVlante.i !:
in Bradford .
of full-time deputy sheriff. with otherwise the allegations of ; County Telegraph - '
Gladys Mooty Chapel Saturday the RevW I said \\ .t
10. in the church. Mrs R. L. I II
Reddish announced last month I Complaint will Le taken as confessed 'c ti i.hn: tv ,
Phone 35 Morgan president of the : S. M.Ahley of the First Presbyterian -I' by you. I.I Ii Dated this Hth ,'

I plans, to increase the number of presided Mrs F. B Beard group.closed Church officiating. i i| This nonce shall be published once 1'-.,: I: ,f, c\ I. ." .
flSSSSSStSSSSJtSSSrssrflrss SrrrSSSSSS=S=Ssps=S full-time from to earn week fur four consecutive 'doFFI'1.1. si t: \'.)
I of deputies one Mr Benton died Aug. 9, at his ,
the ] .
meeting with prayer. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- \ j M I 1
I two put them in uniform and residence. 240 W. Madison St.. graph.
Miss Jackie Parker And Miss Kay Rowland All members are invited to attend 'i .
Ddl.d UnlU> tliv !
i : \
; to the
set them patrolmg highways -
extended illness
following an He
the next meeting on Fndav i ;; I

Honored \Vith Coca-Cola Party On Tuesday in gteen and white patrol Aug. 24, at S p m. in the church. i, had lived in Starke since 1919. aUlucjal Clerk Seal) of Charles A. Darby
the Circuit Court
cars. when he moved from Gainesville.lie '
Cy Marian
The Parish House on Church trays held dainty sandwiches and ii i L. Crosby Deputy Clerk!
Reddish to make
hopes reorganization was in Toombs Coun- i : .

SL was the selling for a lovely cakes and silver compotes held by Sept. 1. I Ladies Council ', ty. Ga., and was a member of (,

Coca-Cola party Tuesday morning mixed nuts. Last week the County Commis- i the Methodist faith. In 'I he iri-uil ('tiurl. iuhlh: Juili-

from 10:30: to 12 o'clock Mrs. J. W. Kincaid greeted sion approved bond of Johnny The Ladies Council of the First i] Surviving besides his wife. Arol vial ( lnuic of Florida, In \lid Furliradlord
honoring :Miss Jackie Parker and guests at the door and presented to William Barden. night radio operator Christian Church will meet Tuesday -i Dukes Benton are two daugh-I In ( liautrr f .ual;. ,

Miss Kay Rowland brides-to-be. the receiving line composed of for the Starke police force night at 8 o'clock Circles 1 ters. Mrs Opal Newton of Nor- Case Ni. I Illlavniond I" .
Mrs. Stan- and 3 will meet on the lawn of S Worth 1'la1: vtlraie
members Mrs. Thomas
The affair was given by as a deputy sheriff. man Park Ga. and Mrs Patsy S \V.nh Defendan-
Cf St. Mark's Auxiliary. ley Noegel Miss Kay Rowlandand the church for a covered dish ,Di Ii'e lu llrfrnd: r
Reddish said the bond was simply Altman of Richmond Va.: eight
color motif her mother Mrs Ben Rowland supper. Circle 2 will meet at the In the name of the :;tatt. ..: l I' I
A and yellow
i pink
a renewal since Barden has sons. E G. Benton of Ft. Gordon ida:
was achieved In the flower arrangements and Miss Jackie Parker and been for home of Mrs Barbara Griffis at S. J. of Gainesville. Travis of Tav-I To Grace S. Worth dt'. r. i iherein _
a part-time deputy several _
of dahlias her mother Mrs Jack Parker. Kingsley Lake. whose plate of result i.jj.lrtss __
and gladioli -
Jackie Bob- '
years. He conceded however ares. of Vidalia. Ga., !> unknown.

placed at vantage points, Presiding at the tea table were that Barden is under consideration by Benton of Staike and Jean. j You are hereby notifitd. !ii I.ii
The in front Mrs. Mattie Gahagan Mrs P. J. Mrs. Hill Completes :suit for divone has t>. t :i I. i
throughout. mantel for the full-time job. I Grady and Percy Benton, all of, against you in the above nr.' ., .i I .

of which the receiving line stood Quattlebaum and Mrs Everett 30 Years Of ServiceAs I i Jacksonville: one brother O J. ''iaiise, and > held a beautiful fan-shaped arrangement Prescott. Assisiting in servingwere ; to file jour Answer with tin t I.I I. ; FOOD
Benton of Stark
Winds Short Circuit !l i IIC this t'ourt and to st-rvt. .i i ','\1'\
of pink gladioli flanked Mrs. Gene Xoegel rrs.Da'id School Instructor Interment was in Crosby Lake thereof U|>i>n plaintiff's ati..rmSamuel *. _

by white tapers in three- CotUe Mrs. Clifton Brown Sewer Electric Unit i V Hokh 409-A Main :Mn.
j! Cemetery. I iujtona Iteach Florida not lu-i, FREEZER7l1
branched candelabra.The I Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. R. i l Mis Emma P. Hill has retired I than the 17th day of Septi itil., i'liOS /

white-linen covered re- J. Davis. High winds Saturday night from school teaching after 30 If you fail to do so, deirtt. pi ..
i I''I ;Four Recruits Signed onfeswo will be entered against v .. iPT YOUR CHOICI OF EITHER
fre!'hment table was centered The Auxiliary presented eachof caused a short circuit which burn- years of service most of it in the relief demanded in Hit 'Jii .

With a large punch bowl filled the honorees with a teaspoonin ed out the electric motor in the i'city's |i Bradford County. With National Guard plaint 11 CU. FT. G-E OUT
i \\itness my hand and teal of -.,.<1
With crushed ice and Coca-Colas. her chosen silver pattern as sewer lift station near j) For the past four years, Mrs.lull Court this nnh day ot Aitgu-i '..., OR UPRIGHT FREEZER

&round the bowl was arranged a memento of the occasion. Saratoga Heights. I taught at Fort Myers Previous The tot:il stu-ngth of Starke OFFICIAL) SEAL)

jrreenery: interspersed with pink Approximately 50 guests at- Power Plant Supt. Riley Was- I to that she taught at the National Guaid Vmt reached &0 i Charles lerk. .-c\irmit. Darbv i,-out t. si.III., 01t$24970/

gladioli and dahlia florets Silver tended this delightful affair. din said wind-tossed sapling Lawtey Junior high school this week with the enlistment of FloridaIn S

I short-circuited power lines on'I II Mrs Hill is the widow of the four local men. irruil i'.ourt Hradfuril ('.uol,. '

i\Vomen Of Christian I jPinholster t Family I I West Madison St. City workmen i Louis Hill who was reported to1 I Newly enlisted are Charles "',..rid..; In tbanirrt.1'1" : ; : /

be the first white child born in Roger Williams and Gus "
: topped the tree and got the motor I | Kope- Rajmi.n.l s_ \\ ..i. Ui. J'I..lIt.I'i '

:Church Hold Meeting ,.Has Outdoor PartyThe I i back into service Monday night. Law ley. and later served many: lousos of Starke, Leroy Crawford Or: ". >Of \\ollh."uloll..all..o I Dt'ftiulaiifOnlrr and Noli,.e '1..

I A.I I He estimated damage at about years as city clerk. !!! of Raiford and Carl Randolph .%iirar: "l.iCr III lnrid.i. '1..: .

Outstanding women of the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. $100. I She said she plans to continueto Motley of La\vtev i I ;ra.e > VVi.rth vvln>st. I' -. ,\I' nand .
when the I addn ss I unknown.
Bible were discussed; Wynn on Hampton Lake was the I I make Lawtey her home and to Total authorized strength for You are reijiiired i" al'I" .ir in. I IStptembtr ; ; -

Ladies Council of the First Chris- scene of an enjoyable occasion Rattlesnake look after her real estate inI I the Staike unit is 121. The new I'jud;; in the ai...\. 11.11I.\, \ :: I II
tian Churih met Tuesday night Killed I Court and iau-e. wherein plaint< I .ii\.lj lIt'l
enlistments leave 33; "
Wednesday of last week when -- terests. more vacancies seeks divorte, tare, lUModj, ( until'1 ; I'
Aug. 7. in the sanctuary. Mrs. their children and members of Within City Limits to be filled ot loaner children. I ; ll1iL
Albert Newman had charge of I l..acltorcl.unty Telegraph shill '
the Pinholster family gathered': !Brooker Tobacco Barn Young men who are interested publish this urder in next I"ui CHEST FREEZER jt !
and the was
the ;
program prayer in learning the advantages of weekly b-ue...
for a family picnic. !| City Police killed a rattlesnaKe lAMIl Sill WITh POIITIVI-ACTION IOCS- t-!:
by Mrs. Mary E. Wynn. Witness hand and official stal
brought Flames my
Destroyed By j I
membership in the National INO>> UTCH. COUNTEIUUNCfD UD. IH- "
The leader. Mrs. W. L. Andrews A delicious luncheon was served over five feet in length on South I at Marke, Florida this IlIlhUI>Ut. urea II6MT. AlUMINUM UNil K>l fAST I .
Guard are invited to drop by the 1356.UtFIClL.
Adams St.
the '
outdoor to following Monday night.
presided over the business: ses Aubrey Hazen of Brooker lost Armory ( SEAL) i I
guests: Mrs. Mamie P. demons Policeman W. K. Griffis and | any Monday night or : Charles A_ Darby, UPRIGHT FREEZER 'b 11
T.I c. Moore I a tobacco barn which was de- i between the hours of 8 a. m. and I As Clerk of Said Court.
sion.A and Mrs. called
of Jacksonville were to the G | WITH
DOOR I Iilr.
beautiful house coat hand- stroyed by fire last week. 5pm_, Monday through Fiiday I Samuel Y. II..lcb.to'-\. Main I.V.I'lun3 .
Fullwood E. Duncan and daughter of) Uoyd Farber home at 433 South I estimated to be I.eaih: Fla.AttJ lUm ..1.i ty, ..r.lf, Ml*. 5
made Mrs. Grace The barn was
by _
I' t'1; '.< n,
Gainesville Mrs J P. Hazen and Adams They took several shots for I'lf il 7
was sent to Mrs Lillie Bias in about two-thirds full of leaf at tottaMima cuoia GtIDI- ut IASOT. .
daughters of Ocala Mrs. Clar-/ at the snake but missed because the followin In Circuit I'uurt llrailford Count>. HMOWUU AND AOJUitAM DOOI \ I IINilVli
the hospital in Tallahassee.The the time names were vtriktn 4 rilUING TIMHU. >* '
ence Pmholster and children and of darkness. and Moore finally from the Itoi.ks fr the reason ital- Florida; In I haucery.aerald I TVH lOWId MIIMCH.
meeting was closed with Each tobacco curing season a ed. The City Council will I 1*. Marteli flaintiff.s. lttaly t,
Mr. Mrs. Bob Rigg and children dispatched the snake with a garden be in .
and HoleIandl., Deftndant
prayer by Mrs. Ara Moitt. number of barns are lost by fire. .session on the 21"t day of August, l
all of Jacksonville. and tool.Two 19it;; >, at their regular meeting timeof Case No 10-17'::ti Model HU-11N
Marcinowski and supposedly from spontaneous SOU. o.lotk I'.%I., to hear complaints I Order OI I'uhllratlound Nutlre 'lu '
Mrs. Walter I
combustion. although some at- if any and to restore arty tppeuri !Male OI Florida 'lu:
Recent Birth: daughter of New York City and Baptist Circles names that have been erroneously JuLy Rae Marteil whose Tt'H-| :
tribute the blazes to loose leaves striken. I driiie: and address is: Unknown. '

Rev. and Mrs. :Marvin Faile Mrs. John Rowell Mrs. Wynn'ssister I Hold which fall from the sticks and ,I'urrI... C I.RE'lI1o"t'dCurrie. You are required to appear oil G.J.rGRIFFGENERAL
S. C. Kingsley ; the abovt' naiiud
of Marion I N'orma J Removed. :>: rpt 17, 1:1: 6. 111
ill Hampton announce the birth i burst into flames when coming Dyal. Pete-llead. L'ourt and l'aII"tWhrr..ln plaintiubeek

of a daughter on Monday night. The Annie Armstrong and into contact with the heating apparatus Douglas J. K.-Remoxed. i .. divoneBradford .
I I Douglas Ixa Remuxed. "I County Telegraph shill ELECTRIC APPLIANCESStarke
.Aug. 13. in Alachua General Hospital I Doris Knight circles of the First I j jl, Durden A. C.-I>ead. I 1 publish this Order in next 1. in

Church l Durden 1..lmira-I'ead. weekly, issues.Vitness Fla.
Gainesville. Baptist met Monday eve-!
Danielv l.nnnie L.-Removed. i i iI my hand and ning at the Kingsley Lake homeof I Brooker Farm Shows 'I Daniel, Lula Itelle-Remoxed. at Starke, Florida this :th .\UKU-I',

: CKMKTKKVOKKl.VG Mrs W. B Mundy for a covI Kduaids, Mrs Dell-Dead.l.birle 1956. 5 :: : .::-:..,- : "__ -. _: __ -_
; 11r,. Jusl't'Il-Jemoved. 'OFFICIAL. SEAL) -- < O/.o _. .:> _: / _- ,-:
I I ered dish supper meeting. \High Tobacco YieldThe I driffin; T. J.-Dead.jriffis ,1 Charles A. Darby
There will be a working at I As Clerk of said Court
Following the supper :Mrs.: Lconard-Itemoved i
i I: By Marian L. Crosb. Deputv t I liikic'hailts $1,000,000 1
Dedan Baptist Church Cemeteryon \ 9.6-acre tobacco crop produced cinffis, Rutij L.-Removed I
Paul R Hess 2M Cuarantv Lit
I Raymond presided over a {Cardiner cleorge A.-Dead.
Thursday Aug. 23. Everyone ( J.I on the Woodrow Shaw farm \I..n.! Edwin P.-Dead. I'Mii ks.mvihe: :J, Flund.i in nurlhnhile .
: short business meeting. Mrs | iiriiperlirn "rre stilt) In IIIXMUIOI I.H't
interested is urged to attend. |\ at Brooker is reported to hit thehigh 'IJluo\.r. J. -llead. I.tL3's. for I'!. I 17 4i in ,lie l.a.1 iil ..",* Ihrnuiih mllir lililillni: lit Ijrcr rrimiNrtiirrkrniiiiK
I The Bradford County Hospital T. Lawson the devotion and .
gave .
i L. S -Dead.llaile : -- ..\.r\O klalrk. "1"111:11111: : .. | III lltl'\sIN !
Mrs T H Slade and three announces the following births: I the program was delivered by average of 2.200 Its. per / \\". C:.-Dead. >4)'I'I'Ii. TO iI'IRIl II >lurp and inurr iriii.p: :are 1111" uninir I lie II I>"IIKIIMIII'llini
Kenneth acre this season. llammett .'.lo"Jt"lI1o'ed.Iulhngwoflh. Ill 4ir.'uil ( t.iirl. llruilfurd t''OIlI) :N "I. I l.sol; I, >ii: i 111(11) "r III 1\1 nud !OIU.1'1. : .-
daughters. and Mrs T. T. Long Mr and Mrs Charles I Mrs M H. Sheppard and :Mrs.: / F. C. Dead .
,I I Florida: In lhaniery. iniirrtir nl heir lair Miirkri \nlur' If '.n nrr plan-
were in Bat'onion, Ga. Saturday Fuqua of Staike a son Charles Raj mondt According to W. S. Suggs. fore- harris.Villiarnllenioved !Uleanne U'. Ailaius. I'laint, I n I. \ nlnu; tit M-ll nrilr ur rait llrlanilu Il'i'l; < llr<'l,
9. I t man of the Shaw farm the crop Hunter Cart M.-Removed Mark K. ,Vdams. Deltntlant \\MIKIIM.II Mrlrulf HuildinK.JACKSOXVILLF.
*lli.'ks. \". s.Dead i Can N' ,. '

in, Miss Jane Jackson Mr and Mrs George A. Brown \VSCS Meeting was planted very early. and it I llaztlwood II D.-Removed I' tilth e To AppeariTo -
was irrigated. A late cold wave iItzclwaod Leon M.-Uemoved.ll.iiiiiH.iii : : Jeannt V. Ailain" ami I i iKlbtrt .'
of Starke. a daughter Pamela I 1.51111-Removed .Vdams. eh'.'". addn -- -
-t_' : ..- -.-_ M "'_''" Sue Aug. 9.Mr. i I The business and program meeting did some damage. but Suggs cutback I Hamilton Jeanettt'-Removed. .-..uIIi 'ir.iiiilt: .\\".IIII' 1.- '\' -'

I the plants and they suckered li.lins. J. J.-DtaJ. |llJ I -tlili>.' ",."
and Mrs Donald S. Hudson -I[ of the First Methodist WSCS II Kit.. J. 1-II..ad. Vi.ii. .1 To' In r. I.,' n,it.1 l ..I'1 1p I, '
I daughter out. I ll A.U' of Gainesville. a : will he held in the sanctuary Monday Little, George: II.-Dead_ tie. i. .. ..fol"I ..,in 11.- 1 I.. i ia ,

Cathy Louise Aug. 10. I I afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. I II j I THE RIGhT POINT for theI Vluntlv. W. r.. Jr.-Dead.Vltntr *.*",11'( v ..II i"II ih. .tl.1"I .
Muk fit '. ,
'moved. t .ui I in.I in'i mil i
STARKE FLA. I I way y 011riff'. Coire in and seI ,
L i Mtn.r, Mrs Annie Mae-Remoxed. hull d t t. si 1\ a "'|1'\ .1 1 \ '
I It'dOllr favorite ESTEIiItRQOKI ; Mutt. .1.I R.-Removed.
'Recent Birthi Mutt Mrs Frtda-Removed.I'oosir .

SUN.IOX.: .. TUBS. i Fountain IVn. TELEGKAI'H. JV".-RemovedTowell HOPE BAPTIST
I '
l;it-urge ( .-Removed.1'o.iser. .
AUGUST 19, :20. :21 i I and Mrs J. E. Wall Ji. of I "11..n. : Mrs JV.-Removed.

DOU1JLE FEATURE Starke announce the birth of a Aug-lIt 1 14 1"-ifl 1'lId.I June \".-Removed.RuliiiiMin .
Tlii CiH, i ..'un Ii I n,, \,,IL I :. 1'1-( .'; I IJIanih Wynn-Dead. CHURCH Is Heath Area Lots, Homesites
son. Stephen Hoffman. on Aug ::1 v oil .,. .1.1 h rVI I. .,' s'.,, k. FI..r-. 'KushinK;. .'lr. L. lo--lfomo\'l'
Creature Walks ,, .. .. Wed., August 21' 10:50:: A M
"Ia I. I l. \ 1 I" MI /KI: i:"IM t ,IT I H..I.. KnshiriK. Alls I 1.Itcmuved.Shull .
13 at St. Vincent's Hospital. .01 i t Un in i..f M 1.tll.. i'.r! i ill.i. and I E. T.-Removed. ': Sunday Night ENItRESS'AFRONTME{ ; ;
Among Us iMiull. Mrs t;. T.-Removed.
I Thursday August 23: 1 :30 P..M.
l:s. inn a. :'am-I.mov"d. : -
\\ ith Jeff Morrow', KeKeason: .....- --.I : %ll theac 1..1. and alien are within A fm niiauleM flrlte
And Leigh Snow den 'n< >', A. K -Dead_ h..... the hrart uf I'Joriilji'i. l.irursl '.u lliiii; ..it" JK..ONtlllp. -
.staiisljiirv Mary A -Dead.I
i' Ihr f uunl> heal uf Dutal I ounl> and the (.air lilyt
summer., Robert D. Removed.summer .
AND I .. I-'luriila.Morr .
Irene E.-Ifomovl'd.Thornto" .
i The sermon topic for this semie than I(Ml Itruuliful buinrkitrv in Irlinelon (..rrrnill
The Fighting I .lr--Dea'J %\ l.r ullrrril to the hiuhrol said heat .....01.... 'I hi IP. anrtrrllrnl
..Thornquest, Jennie-Hemoved. I will be: "SHOULD A CHRISTIAN iiiiirliinil, fur Huliilrrn: Hrrluprr lnaturaIi..tiirerkr
I iTiMiinev', Maxim 1.-Removed.I .
il .
Kentuckian ami % ti l ut unr ur a. ninny a Uri lrrd In Ibid
.Williams Joe-Dl'ad. BELONG TO THE KKK.
I LI tanS ... ,
1 I cruniiiK siren .I" a Lounilllr and the Itraihen.
With John \\a>n<- II I, Williamson. I. L.-Dead. message will not be given in the I "I hr.r '.11.. are in trJInulon (.rrrn nurruundinic MM urn andiniidrrn
\\.1. Flllrf'IHe-Uf'ad.
The of "Fire" brings an Quite an interesting week on leave hunirM uf untrnlrd fanillirM. ju.t ..tllanlir littil..
I'lus Color Cartoon For KidiWed Cry a lengthy of absence during I \\illiams. fII'DrY-Dead. I' fint of hatred and malice. but III the site uf thr nrnrlinKlun l.ao: hoipiiiK 4 enter
TV. what with the Democratic which she took pe"lal courses \\'IIIIul1..lIn. (lilacDead.Y.uaig .
in the spirit of love. The Bible
instant to mind Mrs H H.Dead
Thur. Aujr 22. 2:1: i picture jour I Convention in session in Chicago at Peabody College in Tennessee : It S,:17 has a clear and definite answer to EXPRESSWAY COAIMERCIAL FRONTAGE

DOUBLE FEATURE home upI I and the threat of a hurricane off and later interned in Georgia :1 I 'I he nlor latrktur ni.l; rralixr the strung ....I '..II..I..' the
your own going and of utmost importance .
this is ..
i question mall arra thai r..maln" at unlimilrd arrro fr mai.r n
the Florida coast Believe the She and II. C. have :It OT.'J0 A PPIIRIn

Of The WildWith Tin'tilt <' who thin uratllt Iratr.rd; ..\I.r."a> tu Jai'kkonIllr II. ", lIhr \ )
Fangs : in flames and everything in i it Convention stirred up more dust; a home on Brooklyn Lake I I, "'I..rlda"D'ourt Ihnnrrrr.Th.ivsa Ilrailfurd. County. to every person mala klrrrturth and ..uulfc frum Slain lu Minim tin-

(turlr Chaplin. Jr. and than the hurricane even and ; Roy Roddy and family are back 11 Mnd> ,is. Plnintiff. \ names the name of Christ. Please I I) It kiosk. fruni far floe -tl-uall F.I llurndu Molri nbirb nun
| Gt s. ,, rnju* kvi h an rtlrnititr patronage that .pan..l..n plan arrnow
Onslovv' Stevens I tdestro>'ed. i'' was tertamly more fun hearing, in Starke and living at 817 McMahon -I i .rtf. .I"I. : j t' n, | lntI bring your Bibles with you In effect fur hui.ilinK .., ortrral aildllioiial unit. r"n>iuIhU
I I .t-c' :N. 1.- l "i' .
AND about Another exciting event. James Hill and family NolIre. To Appear frunlncr. the \pr..a': lrad fu Jni k.onillr i la the
Pastor n... \Malhrn lInda or %la HuKaa lid l.. nrn ilrarh Illtd
1 f" .' ". 31. I. \CKIIAM,
I to v"
''If that happens, Fire Insurance !'i I of course, was the personal appearance ;( have moved to the Winkler Apartments ill:. ., ., oJ' .,I.-.,.: I' i..\ and the Wain !T't. IIrlelj; 'Ibu '.. long frontage un the i\-
THE COWBOYix I I I of rock-and-roll artist at 311 Center. and James You are hereby notlfiecL "that a I prr........> near Ibr intrrorrtiun uf Nrn Ilrarh Illod. IIllwj s.
{HI from Jat. tu llraibrnl and rurnrrine at llii na lid.
IA: TM\\ count provides the only certain I Elvis Pressley in Jacksonville M Childs is now residing at 1126 -.. .. (Ifonnrrlinu the iprrminay: and Itenib Illtd.. I. !s. INI).

With Tv Kitter I'lover I the weekend Virginia Thompson '- : I''. IrrtiirnilouM unlinulrd pukklMIHIm brrr are unrirrljrdfur
jou'll receive to Nhoiiplni tenSer *ilr. "ul l. llo..li>r... uffirrn and headquarter -
l'lu. Kids Smith and Alyce Graham took : See where Olen's .. ..
Cartoon For I II departmentstore 7FREEFREE .., nininiinc (Jub. and a mjriad uf other u"r

help rebuild. Be sure that !I l I Hank and Jo Alyce. Eddie Hart- wasnt taking any chances FREE Terms: 23% Down, Balance Announced

Fri. Sat. Aug 21. 23 you iI Bob Smith. : I ;
I I i t mann. and Margaret with hurricane Betsy Store -

noum.lrEA TUlm jour insurance is adequate in :., Ann Phillips up to see the teenage : folks started taping up the plate WINTER I PARK In The Heart Of

I i i: dream bov. and others at- :; glass windows on Tuesday DAYTOXA ISEACII

Stranger on Horseback the light of todaj's prices! :!i I I tending were Butch Smith. Babs I II Sorry to hear that C of C manager I ROBERTS E S BIG Corner Knowle and 1-2 Block from Main

IX TFC11MCOLO.KWith : Biggs George Patten Jr., and Marian Howe's latest promo- St. Undue'LARGE

Joel It'Cr'a Irvan CoungtonI tional effort fell through. She Swooper Avenues HOME;

AND H. C. Wall Agency :I I Bee Faiber (Mrs G L.) isI I, invited Alice Morgan who won Choice 1 Bedrooms Baths

ANYTHING GOES i I still shaking from her harrowing i' $32,000 on the Hal March TV., FREE SHOW 0 Apartment 31 :X. Halifax Avenue |

experience of Tuesday evening quiz to the Chamber banquet House Site Tues. 21
Phone: 146 II Aug
King Cro..by. Donald about dusk. when she went to Xov 15 Miss ::Morgan of Rhode
1 ::.30 I P MIhN .
O'Connor and Mitd tiret-n 1! get in her car and spotted a Island said she had prior engagements :
200 E. Call Street
borne N In
Plus Serial (hap. 10 and CartoonFor I five-foot rattler with nine rat- and "I wish I could Will/ Open Here In Starke Mon Aug. 20 and ban brrnnrnlr

Children ties and a button crawl from I drruratrd. %ll turnloblncn |
Starke. Fla. ,i multiply myself several times 2:00 P.M. are nrn. 'I brrr'. a
1 under the house to under her over" You'll remember her as lIMP ft fronlncr un llallfaiT

TUESDAY AUGUST 21 \\T 'I hr lotalfttn i.. near
car The Farbers live at 433 the expert on stocks and bonds. i Inrer lulu uirrlunk.inu
.. .
mil and U
.. .pplaK arra
.ulf (
Adams St. which i. n't generally Parties still .uu 1 "I" Jo- .
are "II
flourishing in ration I.. jtuord fur bulb hiD a. > nalkine

  • considered; rattlesnake territory spite of the August heat y'a\'e LOCATED OX (;.\I ES\1LLE HIGHWAYXet ; I klimlr buiiim and aparlmrntK home lanrr l In.. Ideal the 1I..h.for a tiufittboinr 'I bin

    1 Happy ending: they shot the Donna Mane Ratliff. 7. was hos- ( \1.1"0.up tu.'Ili unitua.1\: Ila-l-I.fI- ur nn r0.llr fir <.ontrrtrd -
    snake AC-2: Charles Jenkins tess to the neighborhood childrenat : To Pontiac Used Car Lot < iii; tit. \\1.,1-:": into. Indltldualapartiurnl
    fur good lurumr -
    who has been home on 12-day a theatre party Aug. 11 .

    leave returns to his base at Larry Devrick. 13. gave a swim-
    Sponsored By
    I Bayless Highway Near OCALA In :Marion
    I II Bergstrom AFB. Austin. Texas'today ski-weiner roast for 30 young County

    I Hear that Jimmy Hobbs friends at the Devrick place on LIONS CLUB OF STARKE 4 1 Miles East of Anthony 1.'. S. Hwy. 301

    I 4 Baptist Church underwent surgery at Do<.tors i Bedford Lake last Sunday 60 Ranch With Home, I'uildings Equipment(

    Hospital on Tuesday I Kitty and Maxie Carter were hostsat Cattle, Bulls. Horses

    Jack Du [ars. who has been a family lobster supper for his Featuring That Funny Comedian SATURDAY. AKiUST; 25.tll ;

    August 19 25, 1956 :I managing the local office of WD sister. Jewell Faulk of Jacksonville Day Sale Starts 12:30: I'M ( :Noon)

    VII leaves tOOafor Kanrungton.i j on her birthday last
    Friday Cousin LEE from TENNESSEE Tin-. Ixx-alitj i> I aniou> for "'Nf.HiU.S": : tli>" ha'titua'kyJhrhy
    I X M. where he has accepted a'! night Del Colley did the hon-
    HEr. TILFOIW Jl'XKlXS Uinnfr \\ho \\a. Foaled at a N.arhv> Han(h
    job as sports director for a radio : ors at an outdoor bridge-dinner :
    : angelNt station there His wife. Gerrv : part for Mvldred Cuttino on her AND CONTESTS

    i I and son. Dale. will remain here i iI I birthday. Aug. 9 Becky Phil- :',

    Smuinij Each Kxening for the and she will
    present. continue lips. 9. was hostess to the'ne2"h! -:

    Pro lptJ) At 7:15: : teaching at BHS WD1: borhood children last Saturday !: FREE :E\TS FREE I\KKIXf.{ : (;

    --' Li I I VH affairs will be handled out ; afternoon and last but not *
    Song Leader :
    of Gainesville Hear that We/come
    Joyce least. Mary Brown celebrated her -- Everyone

    . taLc _iI JIMMY CROSBY Ward hopped a plane for Jamaicafor S4th birthday last Sunday with'a -- ___ ___ _______ ___ _ _ _ '

    \ Rev Malcolm (;albraith a tropical two weeks vaca-// family gathering I Show Starts Each Night at 8:00 P. M. '1I.1t'1. ;:o llonn unJr... olbrrnUr n..1.-.. halanir ann -
    fon .. .-.. .. ... .
    Pastor Martha Snellen \\ 'Sail! for now See you :n un it \\ rllt fur drM-ripli tuldrrw il lbt ud usher I
    i .
    coming \ucliunnI
    turn to her duties at the health the next '
    1J 'I -
    J ._ .
    I- department around Sept. 1 after I Carolyn | -_ ---- .- -,., -----. -' -- - ----- ---l __o :". _,-'.: ." -- -.- -,---, -.__ __' ,,:,...- : ._c_.... < :_ -'_';



    -- .. -
    -4M- -- - ,.;

    I' \GE FIST
    -- -- ---- ---- -- -- --- -- ---
    -- -- - --------
    Mr. Mrs. Lester Crews and Mrs R. A. Mi-Cray of Dade Mr Mrs Fiank Heir: -- -
    and and ''n- '- .
    : ,:: ,... --4. : !' ,. .: '
    : < / : .._ \ "tSCl1iffOlt
    : ,_ ; J :
    daughter, Carolyn, and Mrs. J.M. I City was the overnight guest last who have bern spending the summer --- '

    Mitchell are spending several Friday of Mrs. Henrietta Hunt.Mr. Waynesviile, X. C. it
    weeks at their cottage on Kings- and Mrs. Benedict FinzerSr. tended the funeral last Friday ..:

    ley Lake. of Louisville! Ky. arrive this a brother. Charles Herlong. .r.
    Mr and Mrs. Archie Morrison ,, weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville They also visits! I", / oaf .d, 3T i'.Jane

    of Sopchoppy spent the week-'' Finzer Jr. and son. Chris. They. and Mrs Mark Adams and fa.i.....
    end with their son-in-law and :|all leave Sunday for Fort Lauder- in Starke on Saturday.

    IN THE NEWS daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis:' dale for a week's vacation. Mrs. Drew Ratliff and nil a

    :Malone. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt had as dren were visiting Mr. and Mi! M. *&**=
    :Mr and Mrs. Joe Monteith and guests several days last week 0. C. Ratliff in Jasper from Friday -
    Mrs Eweil Lawson arm son Mr and Mrs. Willard Wynn and Joe McRee of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs Bernard Hunt and I to Wednesday of last wick

    Jimmy are pending; from Thurs- children of Staike and Miss Saturday evening dinner guestsof son. Billy, of Bonifa,.. Mrs. Barney McRae Sr. :M>=
    \lay to SUnday m Savannah Ga. :i Linda Padgett of Miami spent Mr and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. Diane Firth is attending Camp I Glen Conner Mrs Cary =Xaz-

    Juth Mr and Mrs. A. B. Walker J:J Sunday at Daytona Beach. ] and Mrs. D. A. Monteith. Immokalee for two weeks. worth, and Mark Crawfonl attended Farker =
    rind in Ridgeland S. C. with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tan- ; Rev. Alec Perrie pastor of the' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner and the christening Suml.iv ot
    Imcl Mrs Millard Jones. Mr. Law- ner Sr. of Baldwin and Dr. and First Presbyterian Church in'': son spent the weekend in Lake- Mrs. MiRae's
    grandson, Barney "p ,
    l on will join his family in Ridge- Mrs. Edward Tanner and children'of '' Edgewater X. J. was the weekend j lanj with Mr. and Mrs. Xelson I McRae III. in Lake City. (

    (land on Sunday. Jacksonville were Sunday I guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bow- Faulkner. Mr. and Mrs. James Giooxet Chocolate

    }Irs. L. B. Chambers and son, guests of Mrs. J. H. Fields. den. He assisted Rev. McAliIeyj I; CAP Square Dance, Keystone :, and son spent last week vacationing lN1ROotV
    i Charles, are spending two weeks Mrs R. B. Alvarez and daugh- ': at last Sunday's services at the Airl'ark Sat. Sept. 1. 8:30 'i in Bradenton.Mr. .
    in Ala. with her church here. Carl Andrews and Mrs. Wilma
    Tuskeegee. parents ter. Dorothy left Sunday for*I' First Presbyterian J and Mrs. Kenneth Clark of I
    [ Mr and Mrs. C. L. Payne. Miami to visit Mr. and Mrs. M.i I Friends of Hoke Harris will regret -, Xewman of Bartow, and Mrs. Jacksonville spent last Thursday
    Mrs W H Holland and Mrs.S H. Lang. Mrs. Alvarez will be! : to hear that he suffered a George Cottman of Ocala were with his I
    parents, Mr and Mrs
    L. Peek Jr. and children left gone for ten days and Dorothy;: heart attack while boating on Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark.
    Thursday for Dublin. Ga. for a ,, will return this weekend.Mr. Kingsley Lake last Sunday and'is Wesley Andrews.
    few days visit. On Saturday Mrs. and Mrs. L. G. Powell returned a patient in the Bradford County -; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rabb )Ir. !' Mr and Mrs. F. M. Ctawford' Cakei- !

    Peek will attend the graduation home Thursday from two I1o pital. and family were visiting Mr. and'' and daughters, Merry Beth and

    exercises at Mercer University I weeks vacation in Saluda. N. C.i i Miss Jo Tilley of Gainesville Mrs. Thomas Bailey in Savannah ; Beverly spent Sunday at St. Au-

    Macon. Ga. where she will receive Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cilhoolyi i spent the weekend with her broth- I Ga. last week. 1 gustine Beach.

    her Masters Degree in Elementary and daughter Patricia, of Long] er-in-law and sister Mr. andMrs. I( Linda !Smith=: is visiting herj,I Mr. and Mrs Glen Conner and Crestmont Vanilla, Peach, Strawberry or Chocolate

    Education.Mr I Island X. Y. are spending three [ R. E. Lewis. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. Cary Xazworth attendedthe i

    and Mrs. L. M. Caines are:f weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mike: Rev. and Mrs. Donald Kokomoorand R. Baggett. in Fort Pierce for "South Pacific" stage showin ICE CREAM 1 Gal Carton
    vacationing this week in South Gilhooly. Rev. W. S. McAhley were two weeks. '! Jacksonville Friday evening 75C

    Florida. Mr and Mrs Cecil R. Moore guests Tuesday of Dr. and Mrs.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Crosby' Mrs. Den Blazejewski and son

    and son of Archer were Sunday': M. L. Kokomoor of Gainesville.I' spent the weekend with Mr. and Dean of Portsmouth. R. I. and

    guests: of his mother Mrs. D. W. : on a deep-sea fishing trip from Mrs. Louis Gay in Jacksonville. Maitell Faulk of Jai kson\ille ire Serve Pie Ala Mode Tonight! Jane Parker Luscious
    Moore. Cedar Key. Mr. and Mrs Adrian Little of spending this week with Mi and

    C'AT Square Dance, Kej.stone I Mr and Mrs. W. S. Bloss of Huntington Ind. were last Thursday -' Mrs Maxie Carter. Sr 8 Inch

    AirPark Sat, Sept. I, 8:30 p. in. Lake Butler were Monday evening visitors of their nephew. Leon-, :Mr.: and Mrs I. E. Clark had CHERRY PIE EAC I 39C

    Mr and Mrs Charles Fields and i I dinner guests offr.. and ard ]'. Smith Jr. and family who as guests Saturday and! Sunday
    Mrs. E. E. Lewis. Mrs. E. R. :McCrearv of Stapleton -
    children of Jacksonville were were visiting rs. Smith's mother. -'
    \'IsitinghE'r parents Mr. and I Vivian Paulk of Lake City Mrs Lucile Davis, this week. Ala., Mrs. Vivian Taylor and

    Mrs O. \\'. White Sr. on Sunday.] spent the past week with her The Smiths returned to their,' two children of Denbigh. Ala.. 'old Stream Fane Alaska!

    Misses Idell and Frances Lan- cousin.. Sylvia Paulk. home in DeFuniak Springs one I and Miss Daisy Finley of Canoe. (;'KEEN: CilAXT; Lar Tender PINK SALMON 1 Ib 51c
    drum are spending few days in I I I I I Dr. H. C. Bollinger is repre tii- Sunday. 'I11' Ala. can
    at the 11 o'clock, Mrs Fred Duke of Miami
    the Gideons spent
    St. with their ing '
    Petersburg :\ and Mrs. T. K. McClane'Jr. --
    er-in-law and sister, Mr broth-I I((I worship service in the First Christian and daughter of Gainesville the weekend with ;Mrs Glen Duke SunxweetPRUNE

    Dick Siefferman. ]i j Church on Sunday. were Sunday afternoon visitors of i and family.Mr. PEAS E S JUICE Quart Bottle 31c
    Mrs. J. S. Sapp spent the weekend -'!1 T-Sgt. J. H. Gassett left for the E. L. Matthews and the Glen'' and Mrs. \\'. B Sewell. who

    in Jacksonville with Mr. andi Shreveport La. after spending Dukes. have been vacationing throughoutthe

    / i Mrs Richard Ray and Mr. and 30 days with his parents. Mr. West and at their summer Betty ('rOl.l.rrni'H'r All Kinds
    Mr. and Mrs Jack DuMars: and
    and Mrs M. L. Johns. home in Little Switzerland, X C.
    Mrs S. E. Reyes.
    I son Dal, were in Miami and Key l-lbcans CAKE MIX 11 1-2 Oz. 29c
    :HARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I i Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cobb of West last week visiting friends for the past two months are re- J l-jC

    about this question I daughter, Linda and Mrs. John'i Belle Glade were visitors here and relatives. turning home today. They are
    i i Sale spent the weekend in Tampa'''1. last Friday and Saturday. They Mrs. Emma Pinner of accompanied by their daughter. Pillsbury I Spice White Yellow l
    I with relatives. :1: took her son, David Wayne Cleveland Virginia who had teen visitingher I I CAKE MIXES 17 31c
    Tenn is \'isitingIr.. and
    "Accidents on the farm have Mrs. Titus Olson returned home Moore, home after he had spent parents in Little Svntzei land.It's ii -I
    i i :
    Mrs. Herbert Thomas for several !
    taught me the value of Farm Thursday from two weeks visit several weeks with his grandmother --.,.
    Liability insurance to avoid with her mother in Olmsted, 111. [ Mrs. D. W. Moore. weeks. Cold; :Medal
    being wiped out by an expensive Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Corbett had ,, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myeis A Fact A&P FANCY SMALL: 1.11.FLOUR: 10 Pounds 99c

    damage suit. I also havea visiting them last week their, and daughters of Franklin, La. and two daughters of Southern

    need for Crop-Hail insurance nieces Joan and Lorean Gilliard I were weekend guests of Mr andJMrs. Pines X. C. are spending two 1. The function of each organof

    and Floaters livestock I of Manor, Ga. This week, their L. N. Pickering. The Pick- weeks with her parents Mr. and '
    on my Mrs. Junius Smith. jour body U directed and BEANS E S zeDETERGENT

    and machinery. Can I tricia granddaughters Ann Davis Marlene of Blackshear and Pa-, |, their erings honor had a Saturday dinner party evening in Mr. and }Irs. Clyde Sinclair controlled by the nenous sjsteni. 53c

    jour agency supply all farm and daughter who .
    Evelyn were
    Ga. are visiting the Corbetts. where they also had as guests
    insurance needs? I Mr and Mrs. Earl Middleton i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez. and vacationing last week, spent Sun- 2. FalN, strainjolts and Jane ParkerPOTATO
    Dorothy and Mr and day to Tuesday at Myrtle Beach, CHIPS 12 53c
    I of Melbourne were overnight daughter. jars produce spinal misalignments Lb Can C ozs
    J"uestsIonday of Dr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Mike Pickering. Wednesday to Friday in Manchester 1- 11
    I which in turn produce
    Charley E. Johns i! W. E. Middleton. Miss Madge Mid j Mrs. W \V. Page Jr. of Lake,, Ga. visiting G. L. Sin
    '' dleton accompanied her brother i City and, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. clair, and the past weekend in nene pressures. N Tpres- I Sunny Fields

    and sister-in-law back to Melbourne I Tillis of Jacksonville were recent Douglas Ga. visiting Dr. and Mis. sure disturbs fund IOXKTSresistance CAKE FLOUR 234 Ounces 33c
    & Son AgencyPhone for the remainder of the I visitors of Mrs. W. II. Struth and Dan Jardine.Mr. anil r"MIitin lIi..a'"'.

    week daughter, Kate.Mr and Mrs Randall Chittyand
    3. Your (liiropr.ictor is equip
    Mr and Mrs GE'orgeIullins and Mrs N. P. Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand :
    13 Starke, Fla. and family spent the weekend in family visited Mr. and Mrs. R. son ate spending this weekat pedith M-ientifif instrumentstd Super-Right Tender Smoked Sugar CuredLean
    Tampa with relatives. O Cantiell in Jacksonville on the Carleen Williams cottageon locate and remote nerpres

    Sunday. Kingsley Lake. .ur('. to 3/ts/ Ib
    .... '''; : _: ". .. : :: Mr and Mrs. Paul Underhill Mr. an and daughter.: Glenda, spent the and son. Skipper, of Lake
    sick ha\e found! ('liirupractie
    people -
    $_ weekend, with Mr. and Mrs. Eer- City were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
    nud Ellis in Frostproof. McRae Sr. on Sunday.The fertile after all other

    II tJ :\11. an.1r.! ,. Don Cornell and Methodist Chancel Choir methods fail.-...

    sun S-Dtt. of Massilon, OhioWIMP had a covered dish supper and Super-Right Sliced
    If conditionill nut respond -
    last Friday visitors of Mrs. swim party at the Kingsley! Lake
    Dedicated: To Community Service \\'. H Struth and daughter. Kate. home Mrs. 10 ('hiropru til'. jour Tender Ih
    of Baibara Breazealeon Young
    Movl1 Are Better' Than E\tr"
    ('hiroj:r.i< tur will gladly tell \ou 2SC
    and11'\ :" A. Z. Adkins. Thursday evening. The latter

    If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Mis M O McMillan and children part of the evening the group ,".

    fut ad out and present it to noOffice for FREE TICKETS nip spending from Tuesdayto had their regular choir practice
    Sunday in Quitman, Ga. visit- at the Breazeale home. xT\KKK: ; IT'S Tilt;
    ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. :Mrs. Marion Howe I
    SAT., AUG. IS ONLY ,: WED. AU(.. 22ONLYTheSpoakralna B. and son. Florida Grade'A' Ib
    Rogers. Gene will leave this weekendfor BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC FRYERS F E S 33C
    DOUBLE FEATUREDesperados :Mrs Harold Ford of Cocoa is Elmira. X. Y. where they
    visiting her sister Mrs. J. H. have been called due to the seri-

    Fields Mis. Robert E. Tanner ous illness of Raymond Howe's CLINICS
    wtai uuusuCRAI6 Sr of Baldwin spent Tuesday father

    n DAVIS'M2CUN'DU1 ,l li ShowThree and Wednesday! with her sisters. :: and Clarance Mrs. Don owe.Mr. McCann and Blocks North of Post Office\ Super-Right Extra Lean Freshly

    i Mis Fields and Mrs- Ford. sons. Bill and Blair. of In Starke
    t Caspar.
    t t ; Mr and Mrs J. D. Doyle spent Modern Methods )
    Wvo Lady lb1QCor3lbsfor$4.W
    arrive today to
    : spend t.vo
    in One 1 last week vacationing in the Smo- weeks with Mrs McCann" moth-! Assistant Steam Baths! GROUND BEEF .
    Running Time :3 1.2 )Hours Mountains, X. C. and in Char- Pr Mis W L Blair! !
    lotte X C.
    PKa.par Duncan. stationedat

    AND Fart Pherson., Atlanta, will ._ > ,
    be home for the weekend His t ._ ____ ._, ._ ,- -. -- _-. -.._ .... -- ------. ..'- -- __ .. ____._. ._. _e_ __-.. :-
    J .
    I FIGHTINGOR aunt. Mrs Roy Smith, will ae-
    conipanhim back on Sunday to
    her home in Tennille, Ga. Mis. Fresh Tender Green J x
    Yi 11 they made iishry/ ; T fa/nui-b'SntANU KHFIWQH; Smith has been visiting her sister -

    "'"' Mis K. G. Duncan and fami-
    r', Dli1N DEXOLA
    tauoDUanm..a VOODOO
    I 0011 IOM ? Iv for several weeks.
    JOHN MAMA ( Mr and Mrs. C. L. Curie and
    IRElAHO' EH6l1SH IM11J 10 PIECE ,
    !< d.iughtei. Janice, of Lake City
    T i4 Bat HUGH Y
    were Monday visitors of Mr. and Qt. Boil

    r\y WlllAMSBEAUMONTPlus I Mrs Camp Mr: Gene Blanding and Long.>[rs. spent W. T.last Gill week of LIVING ROOM GROUP LB 1 19C 43C

    vacationing in South Florida. Good; as the Best Yet Costs!

    ION CNANEYIMMItaNitaEa Miss Sara Barefoot is spendingthis -,. You Less!
    .. week in Tallahassee visiting ; r / :t

    ( 1/ (f,;NtWs .J.JJ .JQE .Ja friend.Mt.,:- Thomas E. Lewis and chil- txe 4 GRAPES Seedless Ib 15c

    'Iren are visiting relatives in BIRD'S EYE
    F reh
    larkMiiu.lle: this week. FROZEN FOODS
    d Mind Mrs. George McDamel BARTLETT PEARS Ib
    t r ... .. ,if TuUhassee were weekend 15c 10 Ounce
    -... !
    ,; i 111' MI and Mrs Ben
    ., guests Rowland -
    t 00' ; ::1':1: :. Firm Ripe Butter Beans, 2 for 35c

    ELCS: 'ttHOR1O.INJ Mand Mrs. E. D. Tenly visited TOMATOES Ib 1 C 10 Ounce Whole

    Mr and Mrs C. H. Walters in Okra 2 for
    : ; Jao'ksnnnlp] on Sunday. .
    W Calif Vine RipeCANTALOUPES \ Brand ]o Oz.
    a.........atn BAKER.i.s,_ i Mr and] :Mrs. Robert F. Dem- t
    ...-f.a1_._.A ...Qo.1S_...,1,*GIO nip-t spent the weekend in Apop- Each 29' Strawberries, 2 for 43c
    k.t \\h! Mr and Mrs J. C. Robin- Leaf

    "Counterfeit Cat" Cartoon acosi 1.1 mW Pascal Spinach 2 for
    a .mi!.i Wall is the guest this This With 27c
    and Chapter No. 3 Serial
    gaRIS >tA a aFE l w. ,'k 01 Vickie Devruk at Bed-! SOFA TV CHAIR CELERY Per Stalk 19c French FriedPotatoes
    .MRS. CARL ROBERTS "1 it| Like 2 for 29c
    (;anger Jones returned home

    Fr.Ln! after two weeks visit with IT'S NEW PINK
    Sun :Mon., and Tues.Ausr. lijianiiparents.! Mr and Mrs

    19 20. 21 F Wil.xm in Savannah. Ga.1 1 COFFEE TABLE STARTER SET 54.59 GOOFY BALL 53CTABifcLOTHI7SC '
    \ :> Lovree Hartman is atthe -
    'rIlL<: ::!: Furniture Mail ,nM. 2 END TABLES 13995
    2uu LCfltwrf rat MKma Thurs and Fri Ausj 23.21:{ 1.1 : t this week.
    Mml .
    Mrs. V.V. Stricklandr !
    RICHARD E6AN ': r:.d 1 :fimily: spent the weekend .t .
    The I I'i\tn.i; Beach with Mr and! S SAUSAGE 54./5
    s M'St! !..Ixland Sr.
    RevofMMIE of
    :<. i and! Mrs. Charley John? _
    .... ,' v
    r i tighter. :Markleyann. ar"
    V' 4JON1 HAMILE .
    : A-ho-: ille. X. C. for thrl'en'e o I MNNNI.11 .1.. 11Y1.1
    STOVER fila; >s
    .. HENRY HATHAWAY \ i itior.1 .
    raalMaiua:1: CCINEMASCOPE* Min,] Mrs. J.E. Hardy and': 123 Ea't PHONE MIXING BOWL SET $4.79

    i few
    Pius Cartoon spent a day th:;: i Call SOStarke
    Plu.s"KUt :\" tk ,n Miami. r .u-.w.w ..
    ty Cornered" Car- I II I uwy w .Lu
    loon :MRS.{ S, E. SIMMONS: Miss Betty Jane Henry of At- Street Fla.
    s, !.Ir.t.1 spent the weekend with Mjr I ; DONALD DUCK RING $1.49 412 Call St

    I _. and) Mrs Harry M HaUker J: Starke. Fla.1UD.Y. .
    , -'tio- "" I
    it Camp Blandir.jr.: I ) -_ : .: -L___. '
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    ------ -- I ,yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVyILONG OTHI: or T \\ i.tji; \LIZ tTIO> Witness my band and official! I theffk of the under'isiel: CleK !'Thomas Cannon Defendant i the Clerk of the Circuit C ..
    r home SundayMr The ('nv CiuiKil I uf The City lof seal at Starke Florida this 21st ,[:>f Circuit Court on August !;. :"56: | Case Nu. lrt17'4.Notice or before the
    and Mrs Lloyd Clark and | MarkFlorida.. VV' ill Meet At Tilt! 'July. 1956. otherwise the allegations of said To Appears 1" ilav of s, i't. nilii'r
    and BRIDGE <'ii\ Hall. In The .Citv Clerk's Of- (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. "I Ii,Complaint will be taken as confessed To Thomas< Cann"n wh>sre'.- otherwise the allegations .
    BROOKER family were visiting Mr. lrs'I' Ii ". on Tuesday, The 21st. Pay Uf I As Clerk of said Court. I tri byou.. denoe and address :-' l"VKO\V Complaint will be taken as > !."
    Freddy Clark and family and rr'l AND NEW RIVERMrs. .\L4g14t. A. I'.. 1956. As A Board OfK'lualizT )- Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk IT IS" FURTHER ORDERED that You are hereby notified tnat a .d by >en.
    I For The I'urpo'tf Zach II Douglas. St o Lynch Build this order (.r Publication and No- suit for d.\"n; f ,
    Corbett Horn in This notice han be Pit : J
    and lI..aring Complaints And Ht "H' t.K ing. Jacksonville Fla. tn f be forthwith published oRe has been filed against you tn the once eacn week for four c ,i.e' e
    Mrs. E. B. Castlen Clark : E.: A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAA..A. Value of 7 27 8 17 week fur four "
    By City last weekend Mamie l. 'tnm.ny As To The AllY Attys. for Plf. 4t : earn consecutive above named Court and cau-e and weeks in the Bradford 'outlty Tie.
    1'ri.p. nv Heal Or Ter'-onal Or :Uixni : weeks in the Bradford County Tele .
    *.i... f A*A AAAAAAAAAAJISirthiU remained to spend the week with A* Fixed Uy The Tax .*..,e"..r I :\O'fU'1TO: ,UM'EIK graph. a duly qualified newspaper you ore renu'red! to *-, rve a cipV"iir \ <.f.., graph
    Aa i .
    Anna Mae Horn while Corbett Fpr The Year ti: Against The I In Circuit tourt. Hruuiord Coorly, published in said County. answer PI' pleading to the ci,m- I.': 1 t1- lv c f \ :

    }' Party the Mrs Mary Snowden is spend- Owner Or Agent of j-uih' Piopeity. I Vlorldai In fhanrcrr- WITNESS; m\ hand and .ffi'i.d i plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney OFFICIAL SEA CharleI. I r.
    Home Jr. came to spend (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,Edith Marie. Ozdemir Plaintiff. 's. seal at Starke. Bradford County I.ani..l.-\ J.i u\" i', :" ,,' i. irir'I. f, Clerk! of the Cir, I,
    Anthony (Tony) Castlen, youngest week with Jimmie Clark. ing a week with her sister :Mrs.: James A. 1.ewls I Orhan f-akir Ozdemir. Defendant Florida this July 23, 1956. i, ..( : .J., I I- 'I i J I I' "i By Marian L. Crosby >M,' i1ALVAREZ' ,
    son of Mrs. Joyce Castlen Jeff Perry in Hampton. | Chairman Of f'lty foun" il La-e ;Ni. 10-1697 (OFFICIAL SEAL) arid le the orlB'tiil! In the "frio. of 8,1 4' -
    Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pmholster <'itv Of Starke Florida 1 i Notice To Appearii CHARLES A. DARBY,
    (elebrated his third birthday anniversary of Jacksonville spent Sun- Mr and Mrs. George Anderson i( Carl Johns City Clerk I I i To: Orhin Sakir OZVlemir whose ('l 10 rk of Cir..uit Court of Erad'urd
    afternoon, and son to Jacksonville 8/10 :t 8/17 ,resident and address- 111"I N W17th County, Florida
    Thursday made business -
    I a trip Clothing
    day with Mrs. Rosa Pmholster Stre. t i .. Exeiutivc SerVn.esWashington r>' M.tiian L. ':&o.L.y, !). pun :..e' KNOT IIIII 111 STORE Ien's. Ilililill
    birth- !
    Aug. 9. with a party. The remained to spend the week last Saturday and also visit- NOTICE TO APPEAR D. C. 7 27 H I : Established 1S94
    day cake was decorated cowboy Gary ej their sister Mrs. Sue Cooper i la Circuit tourl, llradfurd County.Floridal I You are hereby notified! Restorationof that a ill I
    with his grandmother.Mr. ID kanrerr. suit for Divorce and 'HE 10 *PPEflrrult \ItI.
    style and was served with lemon- I Mrs John Dukes and baby spent] Joseph La Cone, Plaintiff vs. JEnnie -' ( maiden name I ('..ur.. llrailford. County, .. .
    ade. The party was off to a bang and Mrs \V. C. Stalnaker a week with her parents. Mr La Corte. Defendant has been filed against you In the "Florida In ( haacerr. .' _ilTV.-.-t'.- ? ;fi' .c _"' : :: .
    No. 10-1710 and -- -- -
    Case named Court cause .
    Mr. and :Mrs. T. above Juanita !Shire. Plaintiff. \= .Ti"
    with bubble gum hunt and several I I and family anu and Mrs. Tom Hare in Akin S. :'Notice To Appear you are required to serve a copyof R. S-hue. Defendant I i

    outdoor were played. I C. Stalnaker of Ft. White enjoyeda ''C. I II I To Jennie La Corte. whose resi- I your answer or pleading to the Case No lfl-l'4!
    games fish at Hampton Lake dence and address is; Unknown. complaint on the Plaintiff's Attor- Notice To AppearTo
    Itevtval To Begin fry I Visiting this week with the E I i You are hereby notified that a I : James II Shue whose rc"dene -i.
    Thursday.Mrs. j suit fur divorce neyAlan <" \\mt.r Jr. ",19.1> .21 Florida and ,L.I.lro."s ": lnKmwn
    Revival services will start at A. Sapps were Dolph Conner and Service
    Tindall of I has been filed agalnet yo > In the Title Buildng Jakonville.Florida. You are hereby notified that a suit
    the Brooker Baptist Church Sun- Juanita Tampa ., Mrs. Lucy Conner of Ft. Pierce. \above named Court and cause and I for divone and restoration of
    spent the weekend with Mr. and you are required to nerve a copy of and file the original In the office of maiden name
    day night. Aug. 19. with Rev. L. and Miss Candy and Carol Gothey,your answer or pleadingto the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on has been fried against you In the
    D. Haines pastor of the First Mrs.V.. S. Suggs. Little David i, of Jacksonville. !, |implaint on the Plaintiff Attorney or before the 27th day of August. above named Court and cause and
    Tindall spent the weekend with I II C. Raldvvm. P. O Box. 104 1956; therwlse the allegation of you are required to serve a copy of
    Baptist, Starke, as evangelist. Dukes and Donald Floridaand will be taken ai
    i! Mrs. Mary son Gainesville. I said Complaint your answer or pleading to the
    Services each night at 8 p. m. his grandparents.Mr. of Jacksonville were weekend I I file the original In the officeof confessed by you. complain on the Plaintiff Attorney
    and Mrs. Charles Edwards the Clerk of the Circuit Court on This notice shall be publishedonce Ireen & Creen: tarke. Florid i. All Work Guaranteed .. Free Estimates :
    Cottage prayer meetings are being i| guests' offr.. and Mrs Troy or before the each week for five consecutive and file the original In the office

    held this week. and daughter Debbie of Bradentonwas Dukes. 3 day of September 196:; ; "I weeks In the Bradford County I of the. Clerk of the Circuit Court on Fully Equipped .-. Dependable 1
    Telegraph.Dited or I.e fore the 1 ilav of eptembe"1556 -. 11
    II Mrs. Eva Harrell otherwise the allegations of eald I .
    visiting "f 19 ibI
    Personals July
    this :21st? dav
    Monday. I Mr and Mrs. Bobbie Crews and Complaint will be taken as confessed I OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Charles A. Darby I said ; Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as of All Makes and Models I

    Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay spent baby left last week for Ft. Worth. This by you.notice shall be published I! Clerk of the Circuit Court confessed by you.I .

    !several days in Miami recently.We Cauthern. Cecil and Elwood Texas where Bobbie will enter once each week for four'oon.ecutlve By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk I This notice shall tie published
    to hear that Mrs. Padgett spent a few days last weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY 7,2. 4t b.'n'In once each week fur four consecutive CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
    are glad ;i the Baptist Bible Seminary to TELEGRAPJL :[Weeks in the Bradford County Tele 1

    Gay is getting along nicely after week with their grandparents.Mr. study for the ministry. Bobbie is Dated this :26? d.l) of July 1936:; Ihe Circuit Court Of Florida.I ''graph. I
    II (OFFICIAL SEAL* Charles A. Darby I : ", Judicial "h"lIil. In and Dated this 1 day of August l96.
    Mrs. J. L. !
    undergoing surgery recently. an,] : the son of Mrs. Muilie Crews and I Clerk of the Circuit Court I. For Ilradford County. I(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Radio Seat Covers Upholstering

    Little Stephen Murray Gay of Lake Butler ; we all wish him muih success i ByIarlan: 1. Crosby. Deputy n.. ..Clerk. .. K.yo In C hancery.IKVTMET. COMPXXT; 'lily Marian Clerk L. of the Circuit CoUrt Phone 239 Starke, Fa!
    sj.i it s:4; Crosby, Denuf Clink
    Jacksonville is spending' severalAeeks 1 Rev. and Mrs Coleman Padgettand i Mr and Mrs. Leslie Sapp and I A 'I"r ida i'i.rpnrtlnin.: I I Plaintiff i vs. :1 83 '4t 924
    with his grandparents. Mr. family were visiting their: baby spent last Saturday night \01Ki10: C It 1)1101(0 FI.olIII.1> 1\11.1:0.\1). lOMl'ANY; I OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
    't't al. l
    I lathe Court Of I he (uunl) Judge.IIrdF..rd :: '
    Coleman Jr. who is in the ; and with Leslie's OF PI HI,ir\ ION .INI TO tppitn:
    and Mrs G. A. Gay. son Sunday parents. I uunl). I lurldj.In ; oil iiiK: In <'in'uit Court, llradfurd. County.
    Jones Hope Haven Hospital in Jackson- : Mr and Mrs. Ethan Sapp. I I'roliatr. I NOIK E 10 Florida In I hnnrrrr. _
    Mr and Mrs. Cecil t.lF'idIUll''t, T. -
    nt11 : s-'l VTK '
    vile! Sunday. Mr Mrs Elliott Hughesof In re; l.- tale .if Ki.: hard Sttjli.'nFernandez JaiiKs T. .snutt.r a k a J,im" 'I' .1'I i \\ ,, I I' c >_:.. -: __ ._ __ '!: :_.- :.ct __ : uipww, ;
    family of Zelhvood were visiting and ,
    )IXi .d.
    i i> S..ut"r ant J..hn M' n.i* a1- Tru-t' --- -.
    Mi. an and -
    ti. i
    of Honda
    vmk spending this week with Linda field over the weekend. I ,of the State
    !said 1.tal.1y"u .J.1I I II
    I and assigns; Sum'
    : successors
    I II
    Sunday Aug. 12, was Mrs. R. Green. Betty Jo Moody underwent an : and tai h of you are hereby Temple and Sarah J. T.-! I
    :1 notified and ""'lulI.d l I.i pr"'nt any I j wif.' Charles M Vv ....,i I
    F. Gano's birthday. and her sisterin Sarah Careltcn is spending the I appendectomy last Tuesday in the claims and demand< vvlmh vou, ..r I Elijah his Jatkson.; : O. L. Pugh: .I MTrubv

    Hawthorne had invited her week with Mr and Mrs. Wilbur i Bradford County Hospital.E. either of you. mav have agam-t the and Mary 1':. Truh). his w :1" BUY NOW
    estate of I'.u hanl St. pl"n Fernandez .... .. II.
    II. Cliffin a:k a ieurie
    A. Sapp Harmon I <: .a:;
    over to spend the day. But come Addison in Gainesville.We I Morgan.! deceased late of said Count, Griffin a/k/a Oeorp* Hector ,'llf- .

    Saturday Mrs Gano was ill and were sony to hear of the 1 and Dan Starling made a business! to the County Judge of Bradford I fm; individually and as sole lit II'I I
    County Florida at hiv offu in the of Ad.he DeSue Cliff:::.
    not able to make the Sun- death of Mrs E. A. I trip to Tallahassee last Thurs : lat
    trip Gainey's court house of aid County at a/k/a Addie DeSue Criffin. a k'a I

    dav so sister and hubby Mr. and mother Mrs. Annie Bell Garnell day.Mrs. i Starke Florida within eight calendar Addle E )DeSue, if alive, and the unKnown I DON'T LET JACK FROST
    months from the time of the of cacti of them if ,
    Mrs J.V.. Brown over of N. C. Nan Meintt spent Saturday -i ,i1 spouse '
    came I Dollar first publication of this .uti.p. Kai'h alive and if any of them be dead
    here with the nicest birthday We extend our sympathy to the and Sunday with :Mr.: and I claim or demand hall he in writing ''to the unknown spouse heirs, de- :
    and shall state the place of vi'ees. grantees: legatees assignees CATCH YOU NAPPING-
    cake and was Mrs. Gano pleased! 'I' family of Mrs Mary France Kel- :. Mrs Harold Shiver in Gaines I r..id..n'e and post off u'e address of I creditors and other claimants b>, .

    Also visiting with the Ganos Sun ley who passed away last week. ville.Mr. I the claimant and shall be sworn toby I through. under or against each and
    the claimant. hit agent or attorney I
    of the above named persons
    and Mrs. Bill Banks visited every
    day were Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Interment was at New Hope I and any such cJaini or demand who are deceased; to the Florida
    Perkham and daughter of Jacksonville Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver in I not so filed shall he'old.. ,Railroad Company, of the State of HAVE INSTALLED
    Gainesville last Signed. Eva U Fernandez. .Florida; Florida liailroad Company; ,
    Mack Hendry has returned tohis Saturday.Mr. Estateof Land and Immigration Cumpany i
    Ai Administratrix of the {Florida O.}
    I and Mrs W. H. Andrews of I Florida and The Florida Quaker
    Mr anj Mrs. Lee Driskoll of home in Mandarin after spending Richard Stephen Fernandez, ot ; YOUR
    Jal'ksoO'iIle'isited Mrs Xan I Ii deceased.First !and and Immigration Companv.; NOW
    several weeks with Mr. and
    Campville, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. publication August X 196. land their unknown successors.truettes ,
    Phillip Gano of Gainesville were Mrs. Russell Green. i i Merntt last FridayCLAY 8/3 It 8/24:? stockholders and oth-r I
    I claimants bv. through or und<'r
    visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano Ray Gano of Swan Lake spent I %Ol'ICE-TO APPEUl I them; the residence and address (.f I

    Monday.Mrs. his vacation with his grandparents -I '..T.YY.Y.YTTYYYYYYTYTYY In (Irrult Court Ilradford. said persons and the principal plat e
    Florida la hanrery. COUD"'I of business of said organizations $ DELIVERS WITH NO PAY-
    Mattie Sowells has been I Mr. and Mrs R. F. Cano j Charlotte 11. Hennett being unknown to Plaintiff after. --
    last week. HILL Hugh Francis Cennett. diligent s.arch and inquirv; and I.
    vacationing with Mrs. Beady Case No. 10-1699 all other persons claiming any
    Connerly in Tallahassee. While! Mrs. Gano says that she had a Notice To Appear right title lien or interest In "r

    nice long letter from Mrs. :Mae: i! t>; Mrs. J. L. StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA To: Hugh Francis Bennett.hn <> to the following described propertv MENTS UNTIL OCTOBER FIRSTWe
    there she; went to Shelia Springs residence and address is40: Hector situate in Bradford County. Florida

    in Dothan, Ala., Bainbridge. i Mott who is visiting with her !; Street, Rutgers College, Newark to-wif
    two California. Mrs. Mott < Nsw Jersey. Two parcels! of land in the
    sons in
    Ga. Mrs and Mrs. Stevenson of Southeast
    Connerly I
    ;Northwest Quarter
    You are hereby notified that a suit
    brought Mrs. Sowells says that they have to wear a Mutt Hornsby of Jacksonville I fur divorce care custody and con- Quarter of Section 21, Township

    coat at night; and also need a :I called on us last week to let us I trol of minor children I 6 South of Starke Range, Bradford 22 East Cuuntv in theCity Will Make Your Complete Installation

    blanket to cover with to go to !, know that our sister Mrs Florence -'I'has been filed against you In the Florida and more particular!

    I I sleep. j Hornsby of Stat he, who has 'above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of described PARCEL as 1: follows For point of reference I I With Tank and Stand NO FUSS -

    STROBO'SGARAGE : Mr and Mrs. Thomas Shipe of bl'en'ery ill, is much improved your answer or pleading to the commence at the ;Northwest -
    ;complaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney NO
    Corner of said NorthwestQuarter BOTHER TO YOU !
    I Knoxville Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs i I We called on her at the Bradford J. Donald Bruce H09 Barnett of Southeast Quarter of ,

    ,J. D. Matthews and son of Miami County Hospital Thursday evening Bank Florida.and Building. Jacksonville 2. aforesaid S..dllln:1 and run I

    spent Tuesday with Rev. and t and were glad to find her so file the original Tn the officeof thence South minutes One Degree\\est along!and I II
    GENERAL REPAIRS{ the, Clerk of the Circuit Court on I I'or I
    Mrs C. B Stallings.Mr. !Imuth better. Just boundary thereof a
    the Westerly
    here we wish '
    before the 27th day of August The Famous
    distance of T n feet to the cnterline I Quaker Supreme Use 1-3 to 1.2 Less Fuel KuilMn Thermo-matic
    Mrs. R. A. Nettles and to that I 196:; otherwise the of
    Automobile, Pulpwood and say we are'er} proud said ; Complaint will be taken as of a ditch for point of ic- \ Forced Air Fan Famous Quaker "Smokeless" Burner 100 Per Cent All-
    have returned from a of the From point of beginning -
    family just I new hospital even if it is ginning
    by I
    you. Welded Air-Tight Construction Automatic Air Control Valve Auto-
    thus described continue Safety -
    Motors And Lawn :Mowers. delightful two weeks vacation, in another county.Ve This notice shall be published
    to do
    hope South 1 degree and 17 mmut""
    once each week for four consecutiveI matic Wall Thermostat.
    ON S-100A TWO I They visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M as well with our proposed hospitalin I I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- West along said Westerly bunt-1
    distance of 4.5 feet to an
    1 ary a
    i Session;; in Wauchula and then Clay County. graph. *
    Dated this 23rd day of July. 1936. iron stake: run thence South >:;
    BLOCKS OFF :301 N. : spent the rest of the time at Lake Mrs Grace Lang was called to I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby degrees and 29 minutes East a

    \\'t'lr Obelawaha. I Tampa last week I Clerk) of the Circuit Court distance of 144.27 feet to an iron
    I in by the illness of I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Make on the Westerly boundary
    The Revival at New River: Baptist her son. Earl's, baby. 7/27 4t 8/17 of the right of way of t.II"' HARRY C ELROD FURNITURE CO.
    Road Number 200. also kno\, nT.'tnple a'
    __JI -U- I (hm ch was well attended I I We are glad that Clifton Cartel I Norl<...::II.-APPEAR I Avenue; run thence NI"rthI. ,

    :tnd .'vetyone enjoyed going ,'erymUl'h. : has unproved in health until he la Circuit ('ourt. Bradford County, dtgrets 26 minutes East al"i:t,
    LOWEST PltlC'ES21S EASIEST TERMS Your Credit Is GoodPhone;
    1 Florida In ('biincrrj.Joseph last afi>re=nid \\ "slt'rl'bounllln'
    Wash Your Clothes | is able to be up and around Wis. Plaintiff vs. Jean a distance of ISO feet to the centerline -

    Mis Madge Hicks and sons again. Wt..", fcndanv. I' of aforesaid ditch: run Temple \\c (Formerly Driggers) 43
    I Case No. 10-170S thence North 71 degrees and !I'
    9 Pounds are staving with Mrs. Virgie j( We are sorry to learn that Ed ':Notice To .IppenrTo minutes West along said centerline -

    Scarbrough and girls in Worthington Edmonds of Mid.ileburg. son-in-: .; .1..'.in Vvtiss. whose residence a distant of 2i>1.6 f.'t ti ,
    I : and atldr..-,, is I'nknown point of beginning Except any ... -.i.i.i+ -J; ,: .j :I--: :;-=:J
    Springs while her hubby ; law of our pastor. IIdmonds, You are hereby; notified: that a portion thereof h'ill'lIhl tin : ;_ '._ __' F--J .. VC _

    For 40c! Ned is confined to the King 'had the misfortune to have his I suit for divorce right'a) of any gr ld. tI I

    Memorial Hospital in Lake Butler I/leg broken last week Seems he 'has above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the ,I PARCEL roads or streets.2: For point of reference -

    FREE Bleach If Desired! Mrs hicks says she hopes i was 'working at a saw mill and a you are required to serve a copy of I commence at the Northwest
    your answer or pleading to the Coiner of sajj ;Northwest
    that he may be able to come home log rolled on his leg which is :complaint on the Plaintiffs I Quarter of Southeast

    eWe this week.Mrs. : still in a cast. Attoin.v )II "c Baldwin.: P. O Box I Quarter of aforesaid Sec-
    I 104, Cain.sville, Florida I thin 21 and run theme South 1
    Will Aubrey Hizen and son I He,'. Patterson filled his appointment and file the original in the office degree and 17 minutes West rb

    Neil, and :Mrs.: Rosa l'inholster I at Clay Hill church I II of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa j along the Westerly: boundary
    or before the thereof a distance of 932 feet to
    Dry Your Clothes and grandson. Gary went to I I last Satuiday night. There were 27 day of August, 1956.;; ; I point of beginning. From point ,

    Jacksonville Monday to carry lots of visitors from Highland otherwise the allegations of said of beginning thus df i'ribed run
    Complaint will be taken as confessed I South 85 degrees and 29 minutes
    For 20c Neil for a check up at Hope:i and other chuiches. Kev. H.trvey.1 I by you. i East:: a distance of 144.27 feet to

    Haven Hospital.Mr. I i pastor of the Highland Church,1 I This notice shall be published '! the Westerly hl.undarof the
    once each week for four consecutive right of way of State Road Number -
    In New Automatic Driers! and Mrs. Norma Thomas. will preach for us next Saturday: week In the Rrafor'ollnrv Tele.!I 200 also known as Temple

    and daughter of Tallahassee were I: night. i 1I i i'I Dated this 25:; day of July 196.oFfo'ICJAI. :; I| Avenue; run thence South 17 degrees S
    : ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby I 26 minutes West along sail
    visiting Mr and Mrs. Aubrey Ha- I Well we of the Clay Hill and Clerk of the Circuit Court Westerly boundary a distance of
    'I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 1 I 71 feet, run thence South 83 degrees -
    Monday. Highland churches
    zen are all invitedto ,
    23 minutes West a distanceof
    7,27:? 4t 8, 17 '
    We regret the misfortune of a fish fry at Jacksonville 90 feet. run thence North 22 f'

    The %Washeteria the Aubrey Hazen's last week ; Beach church the next time thevhave 10TKE of- vrTfO TO I degrees 17 minutes AVest a distance -
    RM.IsiMt: Kill 111019! N1E of S7 feet run thence South
    when their tobacco barn. with one. In turn. we are to have I Notice is hereby given that the I s5: degrees 29 minutes East a distance /
    burned Some insurance I undersigned, under the provisionsof of 3.73 feet to point of be-
    Temple Ave. 8tarkf I I toba< i'o in it. some kmj of a gathering here Chapter 20,951. Laws of Florida. ginning. Excepting therefrom

    I was earned but not near : at Clay Hill and invite the folks Acts of lOll will register with the any portion thereof lying within
    the barn. Clerk of the Circuit Court In and the Right of Way of any graded
    enough to replace from there to enjoy it with us. I j tor Bradford County, State of Florida roads or streets

    --- -= I We did not know just what to'' upon receipt of p-oof of publication You: and each of your are hereby -
    of this notice. the fictitious'I notified that a Complaint has
    decide on, so Carson Griffis sug- name of Starke Auto Sales under ,,been filed in the Circuit Court of

    gested that Bessie Stricklandstart ,which I am engaged in business 'Bradford Count. Florida, in Chancery R.ddy Kilowot$
    at 52S:? South Walnut St. Starke Fla. by Kayo Investment Company
    Buying in Your Community hunting possums and keep JP.. Hammond, P. O. Box 1107. I a Florida Corporation:. as Plaintiffand
    them in someone's deep freeze Starke Fla., sole owner I against you and each of you as .
    Dated this 27th day uf July, A D I defendants, that the nature of saidsuit
    until we have enough for a good. 6. at Starke Bradf.>rd County, : is to quiet and confirm the title
    old possum bake. This might be ,Florida. I<.f plaintiff Kayo Investment Company -
    Means You Profit I 7 27 4t S.'17 a Florida Corporation to the
    all right but the woods have1 above described lands as a fee

    grown up with underbrush so I I. Circuit Court. Ilradford County simple title; and you are required to
    I Florida; In Chancery. appear and serve a copy of jour answer -
    can't get around like I used to Caldwell A. Alexander. Plaintiff. \!:. or pleading on Plaintiffs attorney -
    do. But if Carson will just i,Frances J. Alexander I.f..nllanl. I A. J. Thimias Jr.. whose address -
    go \'asl' ;No lo-ie'4 I is. :203-205? Temple Avenue,
    out and shoo the possums in'Order of Publication and Notice to Staikr: Florida and to file the original ,
    close Appear Slate ot Florida TotFranecs <.f your an'u.r or pleading in
    I to'my house I
    promise toI I J. Alexander whose residence i- I
    ( do mv best. i and address is: m frban I
    iI tr..et"'I inston-Salem, ;North Caro-
    # I lina.You : FILL DIRTGOOD
    '....TTTTYYTYYTTV..1 are required to appear oa
    27th August. 1956:; in the above
    named Court and cause, whercm RICH --

    HIGHLAND I :plaintiff seeks divorce. t
    Bradford County Telegraph shall --
    I publish this Order in next four' TOP SOILSee
    weekly issues.
    Uj In. Lacy Norman&AAAAAAALAAAAAAAALLAAAAA i Witness my hand and official
    !'eal at Starke. Florida this 20th I
    :day of July 1156 I 'da.O-
    Mrs Lilv Herndon confined' Charles A. Darb,. '
    is I As Clerk of said Court. I i et
    to the Bradford County Hospital By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. Swe :

    THE FARMER knows he increases his yield when he in Starke. I Chas Building.u Hess Jacksonville O.-ui Guaranty, Fla. Life I: Transfer Company I :::::::

    plows! back the rich top soiLS Mr and Mrs Homer Smith and I Att) for Plf 7 J7 4t S 17 Phone 165 i

    daughter left Sunday for South 1 In Circuit Court Bradford County '
    TillS BANK, AND THE BUSINESS MAN both Carolina Florida. In lhancery, .
    where Mr Smith is I I
    know they can serve the community better if the Rosa Le Junes Plaintiff vs. C'.ar-: Sweet perlormance marks all the wonderful,modern
    employed. Jl'nh, Defendant FOR DEPENDABLE II
    ence which make all-electric kitchen and
    appliances an
    wealth is back" into the up
    "plowed community. Miss Gloria Vansant of Calla- I 4'a't'\n: lft-'C16
    .. .. a Order Of Publication: .Notice To laundry which save you time and work leave

    Let us tuy all we can from local merchants bank at the han Hardee is spending family.a few days with Claren Appear, ;e!stale Ji new of Florida f h-c rcs.d To >'- Termite Control -a. you free for aU the wonderful extras of Florida living!

    \' this bank and cooperate with each other for the goodof and addr,. i- l'n"n.\\. '
    allofus"FLORIDA! Bible School opens with serv- Your are required tj appfir en27th \ : :; Low cost marks an all-electric kitchen and laundry-
    f ics fiom 6 m. to 8 each Aug.1:':,n .:, t-: a": ve fI.-,1 S Household & CommercialPest \ -
    p. p. G
    I Court and caue, wheien p'ai-it.'t i\\ ; because it's cheaper to go all-electric than to use a
    leimjr : seeks dvor'eBradfrd: ControlS I
    combination of fuels!
    \\infred Wilkinson the: C. ?, ty T-.g'1; ; h .1 ,i:! : iii m.._uff-r i
    brought publish! th:s M; ,J, .1. i.' \' :' ,j: Grove SprayingCall
    ":,..,.,.ijre at our .church last Sun-,I IIII weekly 1ucs. i I I "-.J. Budget.wise, work.wise-this all-electric song's a sure 1

    \ nisht: He is a fine young FR. 6-6035 hit! See your electric appliance dealer right away and

    preal.ler. j I I Schwinn Bicycles \ you'll be singing the praises of happier Florida living I

    BANK STARKE I .\. It REPAIRING: Florida Pest Control loo. .electricallv! 1

    I S \\\S F1LEIt & Chemical Co. 1 1J

    Member Florida National Group lOl'I.L IXttE the new" Ester-! 24 X. W. 16th Ave.

    4- I I brook pur..f>-.. 1P fountain pen* in 'i Simpson Bike ShopS. Gainesville, Florida L!! FLORIDA POWER & _LIGHT COMPANY i

    pastel !Ju41e<;.Onl S'IJ)8 at Bradford Walnut Street \. /' '
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    are hereby notified that a ,otherwise the allrgat..>n* uf o-t I
    The eighth in a series of nine I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED t T d" ,r f 'Complaint will be taken a- ,'.'

    uui,I union evening services will be held I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy GRAHAM 'named filed CVurt against and you cause IB and tk* i,;teased This oy notice you.. shall !,* 1",10,1.: I

    at the First Christian Church required t.) serve a copy of!!once each week for four i'.ni i It 1\-
    I Sunday night at 8 o'clock. I'I'I Ozora J. ShellAAA.WAAAAV.VAAAAAAAlAAAAAA.LUAA )Ir... John Mcluiinpy : on wer the or pleading riiintiffs! : to the Attorney com- i,weeks graph. in the Bradford C"ur.->' Tele!

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    Rex Donald Kokomoor pastori A -A-A V.AA-A-A-A-A-i .. ............ ... 1 : I'I; 1:1"r.I.t I: kin'.:...1. _''1'irn.T': r,. ,11 i.nk': I',,:. d M.:. .i.ty ..' \ _
    i First Methodist Church will (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
    I Men's Day Obsmanre No changes in routes have been :Mi: and Mis Bern Dj.il the original In the ,off, e of Clerk of the C:1'101: i 'I.t "
    i preach and Rev. \V. S. McAhley, made of the Circuit Court on or By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
    Presbyterian ChurchFr Troop .1, Boy Scouts ofmt'rI' spent Thursday of last \\ '' the
    Methodist Church I pastor of First Presbyterian:
    ca, will participate in the men'sday I .\'lult Education: Flagler Beach They also
    Church, will preside. Congregational -
    : Adult Choir Practice 8 I program at New Bethel Persons of the
    interested day pleasure day
    in enrolling
    School 9:45 m. singing will be led by Jim HapI'tist
    Sunday : a.
    p in Sunday School--.9.45: a. m.; Ritch. Church on Sunday Aug. | for Adult Education, which is Suwanr.ee. SAVE on INSURANCE
    Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Ser- d The invited to1 I your
    general public is also
    open Master
    Morning Worship Service"Prayer" may apply Eddie Starling has
    mon: "Ashamed of Your Best.:! The closing: service in this series -, come out and see what the boys at RJE auditorium next Tues-
    turned home after short ;
    --11 a. m. Union Eve- a 20' DISCOUNT
    ; I will be held at the First Pres-I ON FIRE
    6:15 MYF are doing. Scoutmaster Booker T. day night at 7:30. The
    MYF jecreation, : p. m. | : programwill in O'Brien with his

    6:45 m. MYF worship)I ning Worship Service-First 1 byterian Church on Aug. 26 at 8 Marshall hopes to make this the be explained, and centers canto Mr. anu Mrs Clyde Odom ;
    supper p. Christian Church Sermon by p. m. Rev. J. E. Sherwood will 30' DISCOUNT ON MOTELS
    finest and best troop in Florida! : set up in as many communitiesas Mr and Mrs. Joe Altmyers
    program 7:15 p. m. Evening Rev. Donald Kokomoor-8 p. m.; I preach.A .
    ofj I
    with the help and cooperation the enrollment will
    permit. At of Laurel. Miss "
    Union Service in the First Chris-i i I i Wed.-Prayer Meeting and Bible I cordial invitation is extended the general public. The officers); least :20: persons must enroll from sons friends and relatives in are this\ 10-20' : Discount On Automobiles

    tian Church. 8 p. m. Rev. Koko-I I Study7:30 p. m.; Thursday- to the public to attend these servi -'!
    I i and committemen are as follows: each community so the average tion. Mrs. Altmyers is the
    moor will bring the message: "A I Practice-3:30 I
    Junior Choir m.
    p. wes, A section is being
    i special I Isaac S. Kelly Elmer R. Shell I nightly attendance will be a lit- daughter of :Mrs: M. J. Dyal.1rs.
    Continual Concern. I reserved for young people of the'I Robert Dell Eli Graham George', tle more than 15 persons. The Irene Ratliff Buy Mutual Insurance And Save

    II MPTOVi three churches. I Lee Louise Kelly Harry Young! registration fee is $2 for the en-

    At The TabernacleThe i I ciiuivmx CIUKCH 1 1TTTTTTTTTTTYYYYYYYYTYTT 1I I and Willie Bass. Members of tire year and there is no other the occasion of her birthday Quick Claim) Service No Membership Dues
    I little Steve Jones, all ('omm

    week's activities at the 1 Bible School, 10 a. m. Morning ,I troop 71 are: Chester Crum. Richard charges. Cooking, sewing typing August They waited until Two Licensed Agents To Serve You

    Gospel Tabernacle are as follows: ,Worship 11 a, m. Evening Service BIG DADHAPPENINGS A. Neal Isom Parks, Silas public speaking and music are 9 to celebrate. A host of "

    1! 7:45: m. Christian Endeavor Suggs. Norman Suggs Jr. P.ott'rt. among the courses that may be
    p. and relatives all enjoyed an
    Tue.daevening Hour. Thursday afternoon Prayerand Study i Friday 7:30. p. m. I Ii S Diggs, Willie Hampton Willie included. ing at Hampton Lake on DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

    I Houston Milton Ellerson. George (liiinh \1'\\,
    Auxiliary meeting Friday ('a.tlen1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA day afternoon.
    By Joyce
    I SEn: "1I DAY i Washington Early John W Hall.Lnnnie Regular services are scheduledfor
    night, Evangelistic Message. Saturday Mr. and Mrs Ike Lefeveis W. Call Street
    i i ADVEXTIST ClirilCII Coleman. Leslie Green Bethlehem Fieewill Baptist Phone 2S3:
    night YFC meeting at I as supper guests last Friday
    Joe Louis Williams. Muse Mitchell
    Church this
    which time Miss Martin \\ Of intrre.tLucille i Sunday morning. At their son-in-law and
    Phyllis | Services each Sabbath In the gilding
    1 | Eddie Neal Williams
    1 I Ralph the 7:30:
    mil show the third set of colored home of S. N. Brow across from Cullough and Edwin p. m. evening service Mr. and Mrs. George
    .Ir', Al DeSue, John Nathaniel, each auxiliary of the
    slides depicting the mission workin Bethel Baptist Church east of Vickery were united by marTia e : church is, Gainesville.Mrs. .
    I Roosevelt Kelly, Eugene Smith asked to make a full
    Quito and neaiby towns in Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m 'in Momac, Ga., Thursday. Aug I j James DeSue, Dan repoit so Hilliard Broughtcm
    I that we swell the
    Ecuador. Last Sunday night Miss i I Bible Study each Wednesday, 9. Mis Vickery is employed in John Givens Willie A. may building Gainesville spent a few days
    Kelly I fund The I Can Club will meetat
    Martin led the singing. : 7:30 p. m -Arden Mote, pastor. the shirt unit here and is the I: week with her son and !;:
    Clarence Charles Cov-
    Covington. the home of Rev.and Mrs.
    1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Call
    Alfred William
    inpton. Baker.
    i :McKay in Hampton on Saturday.
    McCullough of Hampton. They
    i Reddish< Johnny Jackson Devan Choir practice Tuesday night at ton.Mr

    I are residing at present with the, Ka slev. Robert R. Hamilton. .:30, Prayer meeting each Wednesday JJiJd, :Mrs John of details are managed and economic-

    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE groom's grandparents. Mr. and I Robert Nathaniel John Diggs. night.-Gladys Blye re- visite'dJfn Starke Sunday ally attended that only a trained and
    Mrs Oscar Geiger, here in Starke.
    noon with Mrs. Delah
    James Levi Dexter Frank careful
    Digs poi ter. organization can attend when
    Mrs Margaret Hinson had visit- who is III.K.VKV .
    FLA. ing this weekend her son, Sgt.I j Bennett. Freddie Barnes. Johnnv Fourth Quarterly Conference very the urgent need for serving is at
    Pittman. Paul :Mitchell and Clif was held at Allen hand.
    I Bert L. Hinson, who is serving ford Houston. Chapel A.\I.E. : : 1'1.LOT 11uy"U

    REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor i with the U. S.: Air Forre at Tyn-i Church Sunday night with Dr. I'
    guest speaker for the morning -
    A. W Bowles in'
    d.ill Air Force Base. Miss Joyce i' presiding elder, Awards were presented

    Jefferson and Court Streets In' The Heart of Town Haynes of Panama City was also' services at New Bethel Baptist charge. Plans are being made forWomen's Tuesday afternoon to two : DeWITT C. JONES
    Church will be Committee
    Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 i the weekend guest of Mrs Hin Day by the committee: and a girl who had attended
    I Chairman Elmer Shell. He will be Elizabeth Givens Irene Thomas, faithfully during the past Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
    ably supported by the Boy Scouts
    and Ozora Shell. The program will Mrs. Florence
    Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: 8:00: P.M. i I Mr. and Mis W. S. Smith of and, the male chorus of the include a parade of great womenin these weekly Flannelgraph Hippie Funeral Director Ambulance Service
    Staike and Mrs. Annie Alvarez I Ii
    Sunday School 9:43 A.M. Training Union 6:43 P.M. Ann church. Outstanding speakers will Bradford County. Who will be 1'es, announced a summer !! local funeral home nablea ra to offer convenience W
    i i of Poik County were visiting I II all
    day according Mr
    nppear crowned Queen of Today's Church until fall when the meetings service not otnerwli available
    Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. I Mercer and family at the State Green who is program chairman.A I in the name of the greatest queenof .I again be resumed. ]i
    | Farm Sunday. 1 .
    v ,
    : I
    Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Mildred Green and children were Biblical times? Watch this paper I I i iI
    I Mrs. John Professor andIrs. Eddie for the names of the queensof \I CARD OF THANKS I furnish the higneat type eervlce at lowest price., andiccept

    11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. visiting her sister Thompkins are the proud parents all the churches in this county. ANT life Insurance policy In force, lasned by ANT

    I Freeman in Gainesville Sunday. of a baby girl. Brenda Gail : Each queen will select her court Our expression of I company aa payment la part or la full on a funeral.
    Carolyn and Bobby Crosby is extended to
    Thompkins was born Tuesday I gratefully
    and attendants. Date of the program I Ii CouoltAtlon earrtef BO obligation.
    her parents. Mr. and :Mrs. M. Eli- friends who
    July 31. The mother is the former will be announced next j many assisted

    son of Lake Butler were visitingrelath.es Ernestine Whitley. Both are do- week.Beulah J. Lennon. reporter. -'the illness and death of

    in Lake City Saturday. ing fineReligious' loved mother.The J. R.
    "Should A Christian Join; Hands
    Mary Clark was visiting Mr Leader Dies family. The
    I good
    The recent anniversary of Pleasant
    and Mis Corbett Horn in Lake i Sister Marzella Barnes, a native -, I -

    With The Ku Klux Klan?" City last weekend.Mr. I and resident of Star ke for" Grove Methodist Church wasa I I

    and Mrs. J. %V. Dukes and more than 50 years, died Saturday great success. The pastor. Rev. j j[ Guest speaker for the
    D. W. Demps. is on vacation in i wil! be Coach Elmer R. candidate !
    daughter of Lake Butler were August 11, at Bradford
    Sermon By Pastor Marvin Faile S ".)1. supper guests of Ethel and Er- County Hospital after an extended Key West but will preach the I teacher of physical
    evening sermon at 7:30 on Sunday industrial arts at RJE
    nest Russ Sunday night. illness. She was the only .
    .--Irene Kelly reporter. I past seven years. He will be Taste it. andyou'll
    First Church Daisy Boch is helping out in daughter of the late Hector and SLpFR
    Baptist HamptonSunday New Mt. Vernon Methodist, ported by the all-male
    Bible School at the Highland Baptist Emma Dell of Starke. For many I cast your vote SG
    Church was one of the churchesto the members of Boy Scout
    Church this week. They meet years she has served as a relig-I for "Super Sue"-the
    take an active part in the District -171 with Scoutmaster
    School 10 A.M.: Morning Service -11 A,M. from 6 to 8 in the evenings. ious and civic leader in the i Conference and Youth Semi- i' Marshall\ as soloist. ice cream of party qualityfor s-" \

    churches of Starke and vicinity ,
    Dot Herman had
    and Geiger a nar recently held at Pleasant I While on vacation Mrs. everyday enjoyment! Ls t,
    Training! Union 7 P.M. I She was a faithful member of
    wedding anniversary Saturday. '1 I II
    Grove Church in Starke. John Dell is enjoying the
    Ebenezer Baptist Church. Lincoln . . .
    . . -.i
    "HOUR OF POWER" WED., 8 P :M Sadie Sadler is the new girl in City and attended regularlyuntil Wesley Kelly was the official 1 her niece, Mrs. Lois ;\ : .

    the shirt unit this week. She has I delegate for the church from New Tampa, who is a teacher
    she was stricken during
    COME been assigned to the button machine this year. She served as Most I River and is also reporter for ; Lomax Elementary School. IT'S GOOD

    I the Telegraph. We are going to 'is also a niece of the late I I
    Ancient Matron of the Heroines I IT'S SUPERIOR!
    Ins Brooks attended the revival her ask the New River and Brooker I zella Barnes and will not I CFORs
    of Jenhico from 1952 until
    I at Harmony Baptist Church in health failed She was the mem-I readers to subscribe to the paper to Tampa until after the J ;

    Lake Butler last week. from John Kelly and help him to
    ,ber of several other fraternal organizations :OTICK: TO AFPKUt j
    COME IN FOR FREE TOAST I I become a rural (carrier for us.Ien's "'
    N'lta and Sanford Hicks were and past president of :, In Clrrolt tourl. Bradford ( I
    i ,j
    visiting Sanford's brother Ned. I the Mt. Sinia :Missionary Assoeia-: A :\ Day program will be Pail irtdin IMw irrt Chnnrery.Tinillon [' i

    AND COFFEE i who is in the hospital in Lake tion auxiliary to the Associationof held at New Bethel Baptist 1Ltrit nt 1':11..11., l 110 f> ,..I.. I I
    I C,.iN" : j
    Butler, Sunday. i iI which Rev. E. D. White is ,II Church this Sunday. The men will \: otirr To 1Pnenr I I ICE CREAM

    Se a demonstration of these (I I I Moderator She was music dirt'cI' have complete charge all day, T'> Malt Aent: TiIlan.. .
    I! rf-idt in, i.mil aildit! I 1- ':tI 1 !
    '.T..TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.I I tor of the Deacons and Lavmensj starting with Sunday School li'i 1MIM,. \\-1 Ihnr'IIo' ,

    famous' Appliances I Union and Association which was:

    IIEILBRONN recently held at Calvary BapI '

    I list Church. She leaves to mourn ,

    SATURDAY AUGUST 18 Uy lr8l1cf'1 NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ''hpf Uw a devoted husband. Alfred ,!' .. :\"!. t%'-

    I j Barnes, an adopted song r'-' :- -
    'Q.'j Q
    I Freddie and a host of other rela-1! "" .; .'

    Mi and Mrs W T Tillis and': lives and friends. The funeral ... ,; ,

    I31 fIe; rule. Arson Tillis of Plant Citstop-II 1 was!' held at Ebenezer Baptist ,Ifj II \

    ih.1! with relatives here recently Church with p.eW. Strong -

    I Hughes-Chestnut Funeral s
    their way home from11-

    ',riijton: ;: X. C. I Home was in charge of interment /

    :Mis Harvey Edwards and children !-I at Johnson Cemetery on _
    j the Camp Blanding highway
    ; of Jacksonville spent Wednesday '
    1' ; of last week with relatives j I Mr. and :MrsStephen: SmgleI -

    I I ton of Pleasant City enjoyed the .
    her l>.
    I! vis.ts; of many out of town relatives -
    Her Choice of Gifts Mr. and Mrs. David Plunkett
    and friends during their ill-
    \I of Michigan spent part of last
    ness All were delighted to notethat
    ': week with her mother. Mrs. Florence -
    both patients had improvedgreatly
    Johnson, and brotherinlawand
    before their departure to
    >- sister. Mr and Mrs Ancel i!'.
    / several East Coast cities.
    '- Norman They enjoyed a fish supper -
    / Martha Whitley and Alice Anderson :wwviuA awao.fi ,.
    and swim at Hampton Lake yAyo
    were awarded B S degrees :
    Thursday afternoon.
    at the summer convocation
    iTh Mr and Mrs Barney Egsers
    i this month from Florida Normal
    and children of Jacksonville spent
    & Industrial Memorial College inSt.
    AUTOMATIC the weekend here with relatives
    Augustine. Mrs Anderson
    COKEEMASTER Mr and Mrs. Raleigh Gillyard
    plans to teach in one of the
    a of Daytona Beach visited relatives -
    schools in Levy County while
    finest of all ways to make here Sunday.Mr. Mrs Whitley has not disclosedher 2y.7
    : and Mrs. West of Jackson-
    perfect coffee e\ery time. appointment as yet. [ .--. .-. -- '-
    Mile attended church services -
    Correct water temperature l'r.I'I.lI1nin'unl'l'rl'II'I' ""' -
    / -
    : here Sunday and were guests of /
    agitation, brewing time controlled The Pre-Planning Conference i -
    automatically. Stainless Rev and Mrs. S. F. Beard. for Bradford County Teachers \\i111 .:;:;!! __ ___; := .o
    and Mrs. J. \\'. White and -- --
    Mr I -A
    steel filter begin at 9 a. m. Monday, Aug. !!| -. -, J ....
    son. Lynn are vacationing in', 20. Supervisor Minnie Hall Fields'of : .: I. .

    Missouri. of Education '' i : }"'.U gel more tar u/icn you buy it .
    the State Department .
    Uev Mark Scaibrouh of Piney mitre d'dlars when you ...lIrt!
    cf ffff11 Church in Tennessee is visiting will serve as consultant of1: f'heTy has the highest resale value of
    on the first day. The teachers tfu leading low-priced modili.
    P.ev and Mrs S F. Beard and
    Union County have been invitedto I .
    was guest speaker at the church -..
    in the planning i

    TOASTER RADIANT CONTROL Sunday morning and night activities All students participate for will the report entire for week.classes -;) ]\luj people who, used lo buy higher priced cars

    Patented ...................m.-
    gives same uniformtoast new and old. on Tuesday.Sept .

    whether bread is frozen 4. at 8:00: a. m. Busses will
    STATE FARMBy schedules. arc changing lo
    or fresh, rye or \\hlte, thickor resume their regular

    thin. Automatic Beyond

    Belief Phone Janet: 135.JtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Turner i I. of Mr.Panama and City Mrs D. L. Shaw of i' and more buyers arc deciding that one would pay hundreds of dollars more for a

    LaCrosse were Sunday guests ofj I they prefer a sweet handling Chevrolet to higher priced car. Well, a lot of people have beena

    Mr and Mrs P. S. Crews. IMr. i wondering the same thing and the result has

    f Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews have and Mrs Owen House and i big, unwieldy high-priced car! > been a big switch from high-priced cars to Chev-

    'l i tbPulm \ ff I returned home after a week's children spent the weekend in !
    1 vacation with relatives in Ft Thomasville. Ga. Mrs. House ne-I When you consider Chevy's reputation for perrolet.. Of course you save plenty, too. Come in-and

    AUTOMATIC \ i Mvers and Auburndale. Their: tered Archibald Hospital i:11 formance and readability, you wonder why anysample the fun and get the facts!

    PERCOLATOR .. grandson, Billy Crews. accompanied ,t Thomasville. Ga. Mrs. House en- AmerICa's largest selling car-2 million more cwoers than' any other make!

    y them here for a visit surgery She will return home |
    .. I
    t Mrs E. A. Erwin and children Sunday. | :

    Most beautiful made.automatic Set ic for spent last week with her par-;|I Mr. and Mrs. J, }1. Bradley had j jI Only franchised Chevrolet dealers ; rtjMy display this famous trademark

    percolator i ents, Mr. find Mrs W. B. Dixon I as their weekend guests Mr and IIrs j
    "' -J
    the -
    mild or strong-makes I and her motherinlaw.Irs; E. '1 ;\ R. C Braley and Mr. and:

    \ery finest percolator coffee ; B Erwin Sr.. in Greenwood. !i Mrs. V. N Geiger. all of Jacksonville -!

    made.Resets automatically to )I l Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth of, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie' RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO.

    keep coffee hot. Hampton spent Thursday visitingMr 1 Bradley and children of Starke ;

    and Mrs R. \'. Turner and, Mr and Mrs E. C. Long were ,,

    1 family. | in Athens. Ga. last week to attend -I j
    Mr and Mrs Carl Kurtsinger,:' the funeral of her brother West Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone 111

    had as weekend guests her par-i'R T. Wehunt. I
    21S Temple Ave Starke, Fla I
    I' ents. Mr. and Mrs. D. R Ray


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    Collins Refuses !I; Gov.Department Collins and the can State possibly Auditing be- I Interesting Table Top Hobby Cinderella Hobby New Face Guard Steel And Fixtures be constructed.in place before the b;:1 i ::: j

    explained in these terms: :i iIt Ordered For Newest .
    The bank site is .':
    ) The State will not delve .1rz
    Sheriff's Audit into a case regarding civil right Stick And Scrap Starke State Bank block on West Madi >!' .-. i '

    I said the two story res.-:,:,". .
    ( working county prisoners)J. J,2lIIr
    4 1' :" 1:11 t-rU: set! nd S15000 in the site "can be" nu>\ ,' : : -
    Continued From 1)) since this is under Federal juris-; I .
    ( Page diction. /- Used For PlaqueA : \ ':.t I 'I! :n\tue: > h.Ihet'n ord- possible City of Stark ""r, .

    :Max 29. when a speed- ., ." e'el: j :u: < or.;;;:t'ii! < thIn of the new to !11(1'lngpower: lines
    moining 21 Since at least one of ;q .
    (" < '.'fl' : Hank
    : "n. \ : : ite of St.itke -
    ing automobile left the Keystone in truck t &
    Heights road and killed two ne "irregularities" It.IIdd.shapt"d sIll k*. a :.\ Hi-: 'l', tlI IL'flis; V Knight Tilt RIGHT POINT fur the
    : the three-
    rental occurred in 11O3
    .squ.tle of sheets of 'I. 1 n. "' .i*e preliminanes:: I"a ourite.. Come in and s<-
    One of them was Henry' fiippei. p.tpei
    groes. I(year I statute of limitations has ex and an old sound like "WiJ.. 1' sti.j t : :."". i II,. .s i.d the tOte! io: It-rt jour favorite E-.TEIIBROOK
    Williams who was once a deputy magazine "'
    pired. This means it is strictly up '.,' '0' LiM'. I t1'.. o'hld lountoin Ten. TEIJ'.CRAl'H.
    under Reddish during a murder to the County Commission to recover ,c' the making of a first class SII'.II' Jt 1" : : .list:

    1 pile. 4
    investigation.Found : money if it deems fit. \ '
    in the vicinity of the Hut they're not scrap. InM.-i..!. I' tjJ' 1

    ear were dozens of mal ked sample abuses 3)) The of the charges fee system legaidmy are debatable these odd bits of material! :a'0'. ''j( Sell It Rent It Trade Ii

    ballots supposedly for distribution basii' ingredients for the eni:: ..ss.mg
    and could be exaggeratel.taliile' ,
    to Uradford's Negro 1 : hobby of Mrs. Neal Lvnn : ,
    !-. ('he< ked
    population. On the ballot. the las M. Church St. She uses th.-n.:

    name of Harold! K. Norman was A Telegraph reporter spent to turn out beautiful placpios ,,: 'r WITH
    favored above that of Carl Pre- considerable amount of abu.o'of tin copper !} CLASSIFIED

    cherking into the purported
    vatt. When mounted and pmpeilv:
    the fee system. A re-check lit i .
    Whether the sheriff was con- fiamed. the plaques are suitable I >
    the statutes this week admittedly Low Rates (;ood Results kasy Tn Place
    nee'led with the incident or not. decoration for the most loini.il :\C'" headgear
    no featuring face
    by a layman showed ap-
    drawing the of rooms. !(O WORDS OR IJI'sS ONE INSERTION .
    he apparently is ;; .. giurd. in the 50eEACH
    parent law violations by the xtjle IhU. sear ?,,
    "' "
    blame. sheriff. .. \" ''''" ., ... Mrs. Lyon acquired her hobby the gridiron at Bradford High. ADDITIONAL) WORD 2c

    Although! Sheriff Reddish u in Okla. :Notice the
    Geary before she and face
    i The records show that. until guard an inm.xation Hl" 01 \T OF IS i'IiiEs? ON TWO OH M $KE INSERTIONS!

    not resorting to issuing statements last January, the sheriff collected Cupper \\orhing: i> an engrossing licn-tahU' huhI, '. as illustrated her family moved to Staike: last tlii! .. jrar for |l'ruh'c'Ii"1I of 2.1c \MHUIION. FOR HUMt OH IDS NOT PUll IN ..U'EI.KI'IEW

    blasting his accusers it's arrest fees when the arrests weie here Ity }Ir... Neal I.on of Starke. I in" little more than sticks anil December. Lyon is a salesmanof placers, as luilfli.uk Hill Alderman

    rather obvious he is accumulatingfacts made by the Highway Patrol. But a square of copper, she makes plaque., stub as the one seen in the building supplies.And tries on new helmet. Al.lennaii .
    and figures to either answer a "senior i is from ii\iH: an.! -. "I.IK-- "I. 'I,! \1.1'I"... I
    make no laws plainly! prohibit this hat'kjrround. although the couple nas Hampton. Ili.iirkning. | .,.1Iag.I...' nil* II. I.. I:. .i t ,:. ,_ ,
    the or a coun- .
    charges -
    three childien-Patty 10. liv month or MM>'II. li"in > i 1'1 4
    practice. ':.:..'
    ter-attack. I. June 1. fall H..liari -- iiwrite
    I Uediiish said the pra<.tice stopped I Tommy. 7. and :Iike.4 .Mrs Seeks Bargain Mrs A. I.. K.ihr. tvM''">
    Asks For 14'.lCFor Lawtey Unit Slates Lyon still finds time occasionallyto Karletuii. Fla 41 I' :' T
    in February because a 12 Forest Fire
    one thing. he askej th? I
    personality clash between him Northern ExpansionAs spend some 25 hours on a
    :M&'Leod, to hasten the I
    auditor up ,,
    and work of ait. \\ \NTiiV ,ail' "" --. It"-!
    report on the sheriff's annual antI Trooper C. Musgrove Balloting IssueAn i Starke Ponders ("as-hiri". S.iI.M I Uirll l I'II\\.I'h', |
    the Her experience was nil. exceptfor ',, ,
    with the State :Musgrove stopped calling Control fs and ( "I. Al't'l 'm | *'rs.in
    audit. :McLeod sheriff's deputy to the srene of Papers off-hand familiarity with a <;..ll II"" .,* Ilf.taur.tnt U. t..i.: .\n\' Amount .\nge
    has been \
    Auditing Department. ordinance is now being
    the arrests. A spokesman for the drafting shop. When it came to
    making a regular audit for the diawn providing for the extension Tank Proposals 1.0 ':oT; tit: Tt\\\'El>-Il.iuml .I"Baflf Any Sex Or Color
    months.But Patrol. however said headquarters I copper working, a friend wanted l!.- and Walker. IlIi,..,!. 1 n..ii" ,
    two Are Circulated
    past not to call depu- of the city limits of Lawtey $2: ;) to teach her the know-how. I ff-mule Will I''') i.H.ir.l 1:111.g..l :
    :Marion Petit another state policy was one-quaiter of a mile to the noith. :\.... Starke. It. h>: I! BILLY ROSEPARAKEET

    auditor sent to the county Wednesday ':I ties. If approved. the new northern ing Mrs.herself.Lyon compromised by teach- Chan.-e.s of baig.nn basement: I FARMp

    The other purported "ii regularities" rateS for demolition MOM: SllllY I'nl"'JItI'
    said the auditors had no Twelve Bradford County landowners of Staike'sold
    limits of Lawtey will be State
    ... ,
    much difficultto Using a pencil she roughs outa 'I '''I''ITl'\'ITltS: : in l' kK | i :
    mole tank
    the water
    are I
    o. BOn;:
    special instructions regarding cuttently are circulating1 Road S-125. I j s'en'e thin are improved. and A. ...minting I.e.ti n at II..MI.'
    sheriff's audit. and it would be | investigate. i j jLetters I petitions in suppoit of forest fire I on tracing paper City Clerk Carl Johns said the III spare tune L.o'1.. 1'nlimil- Keystone Heights Fla
    The ordinance will be
    'II presented' then places it over a thin sheetof ."l ..|>|>"rt ii lilt <-- :MaX" J4'"H> I"
    Reka.etLSome city is
    This a
    processed routinely. means [ control.If I currently checking out .
    at the next meeting of the Law- Underneath the iio.000 a )' 'ar.It. ii" ultai i
    two or three month delay before :j light was shed however. ( copper. cop three different proposals for ridding ) I5': has Iram.-" !."..k.Kt.1 .1.. rand
    1 they successfully sign up 1 ty council Monday Sept. 3. at .... .
    per is an old magazine which allows a. r u\er >"' III Mt: i I.. 1.0011
    it is made public. by State Atty. Gen. Richard W. i iI owners of one-half ((88,201 acres itself of the 50-year-old .. 'II-1
    R p. m. If approved it will go the to flex. Kn III J.luYlllO'ni srr\n > rxiTKH r.\i\i I t. \ ,
    Although there's a general air, copper tank. And all of the latest of- iiiti.niialn.nmssKi I..tre.-t a.h'rIr.trrll .,' ,
    1 Ervin of Tallahassee. who reI -[ of Biadford's the fire 'i i
    I acreage before the voters in a special With a stylus. she traces the ... .... .
    sheriff'soffice fers ".S. .lIntrrllh I 'i M l la
    around I
    of seciecy !leased the correspondence between control issue can be placed on the i election. scene onto the When the |I' are considerably: below III "'\1';"> <'OI.I.I':
    Reddish's actions and verbal :i him and County Atty. General Election ballot in No copper. 1 $1.700 which the city would have IIOMK s'1111tin 1"11I\ .:!n \i-ars 'lu.n..ral.l.< : i ,I. -
    references indicate he will, I I The action was taken at the | outline of the scene is transfer-1 I paid under the earlier temovel I'. O. Iii., 1527 Ja,. Ma.VAXTKIi I no\\- s.feking Ih..Ihl i'"n.couple .
    Knight. j vember.
    'I request of several property own- red from to Then : I to take o\er Hit :-1.ukterritory. ; .
    action. j paper copper. /
    sort of bid.
    take some positive .
    \ -I'aby-sitter to cartf .r Complete ti lining I I
    In one letter. Knight told Ervin It will be the third time Brad- eis in the new area to be taken the artistic effort I I
    No Special AuditAt really begins. 10-nu.nth-olJ. l> ) n to 11 I P in. Inquire adequate supervision ami -1 I IvertiMng
    I the county rented a truck from : ford citizens voted on the issue. I j I, in. I' With odd-shaped pieces of I :MayorV.. T. Jackson has secur- 4 n S. Thompson Si. ....1..1.. support. to .i-vm,,, ,
    present matters shape up I sheriff for in I ed an offer from M. Berman Co. 2 p.m. UpFOU s-uivej..5 u 1\\..-IIIl..nl i I"
    a deputy It at the in I
    this re-I was rejected polls i' wood. she works the copper both quired. Heal ...Ill'1": "i
    in manner: I livestock from the I of Jacksonville to demolish the i..I1nol ..... ,
    19.10; and j n. -
    I 1952. .arr .i--i>r
    Gov. Collins has refused toprovide I Overflowing Boiler front and back. This gives the SALE-Sup'-r-A Varnish Trartor. .
    1) !I ways. Then the county found the ,Ii [ 60000 gallon tank for $300. plus hydraulic take-off and pourr I ante given in securing: In en-! .
    thesheriffs District Forester J. Frank Lee i scene dimension with the I Inquiry also muted fn.in I 1.,
    audit of copper
    special -
    a i truck had't teen used in one' 'i In Big Dad's Plant I Ii salvage. Berman said it had all lift Small equity and luck uppayment en.sod salesmen or lir.'her-.
    affairs. The regular auditis of the Florida Forest Service said bulging in proper places, whileit i ( :*. Also 4U-gal. IVrfection
    | month for which rent was paid. | necessary insurance in the fields : gas hot water heater I:. t:. Kul>el "hoalll to increase then
    near completion but will not be | the petitions must be in the handsof Causes $300 Damage is depressed in others. I i on East Highway, 16, Kt. 1, BOX I l.UMnehK l.y sharing in it,.
    truck actually of workmen's and
    and that the was {i i iI compensation benefits of CMTKHS nati., ,n
    released for two or three months. the Bradford County Commis- She then coats it with liquid \ 420 lip wide program. Write t.xlav ,
    owned by Reddish. liability. ,i
    2)) No actions regarding abuseof sion for its September meeting. I An overflowing boiler flooded i iI sulpher until the chemical reac- j IMTKIIFIHM l(.KN('V
    Ervin replied that the money City Clerk Johns said Austin FOR P.EXT-Colt.tg., bedroom balh.kll'h..ntl1e. John LOOK. l>Ut. ".!... Mar.
    the fee system and truck rental 1 i Since a majority of the Commission portions of the Big Dad :Manufacturing lion turns the plaque completely I. and living room. For Bus 0.1tf
    are likely until the audit is could be recovered by the county. I|i already has expressed a I Plant in Starke last Thursday -, black. Using steel wool she I' Bell had offered to do the job couple one block from post of- ('r.al 1110.... Florid

    completed. These are the only j Knight also told the attorney'' desire for fire control there is evening and damaged $300' shines up those portions which for $200 and he said tentative: fire .1. T. Quigley. Itfhg 21.-hg it .'4

    two charges in which the countyis general the last provable instance :.I:. little doubt it will act favorably I to $tOO in cloth. I II are to be copper-colored. I interest has been shown by Bill NOTICE white" bird dog femaleSetter KISDERG.JtTEHFmSTHATIS:
    I who the and 1 blue and white
    Bigham might remove
    involved. of alleged private use of county on the petitions. Plant Manager Benedict Finzer The effect of the sulphur pro- ;' speckled hound female at City 1 Aug. :1.I\ till 11 at I 1'atholir Onter. .
    tank for nothing if it can be re- Daily hours. 8 ::10! to I 12 noop
    3)) The FBI is likely investigating prisoners was three years ago. He i, Lee, who headquarters in Lake I Jr. said engineers had been check-i cess is to give shadow and depth I at'' 1'ound. Itchg for regular kindergartnn \Vil
    his broiler
    erected at
    the charge concerningthe asked Ervin if the county could I City, said it will take $28,700 to ing the plant's two boilers Thurs- ; to the plaque. A couple of lacquer | plant : keep r'riest'ii children until J I j. Mama
    Brooker. ; Kindergarten
    working of county convicts.since this labor. I operate a forest fire control unit day and inadvertently left valves \ coats insures that the plaque will ( AXTE-Ian ed debit. We for sell localstabIi.sh sick acl' d..nl.hO"I.ilal. -, Itohu
    funds for
    this would be a Federal recover I'I in Bradford for the first year. Of open. The water backed up i keen the color scheme. I I The City Council \\nen con- and ordinary Insurance.Man I FOR trailer.S.\LE-one !0-f.t hoii.s..

    'I Ervin in return quoted the All that remains is suited about the various must be between 2-1 and 4.:iKxiellent Cnndonditi..n llutlrdgr
    civil rights case. I this amount the county will be through the system and poured i, framing. I II j proposals local references and Fish Camp. I mile south ..i Kestone .

    4\ Sheriff Reddish's activity I Florida sheriffs manual to point required to pay $3,990 and the : out an air vent pipe.Finzer j I And just for the record. Mrs. i, decided to check out each bate good car. $33 a week artcrraining I,i !.17I. Kfx.itune Heights on ll lit.ights III.' ,. rhone
    indicates further developmentsare out "no county convict may be state will furnish the remainder.Lee of Lyon can do that too! i[ one. ultimately picking the cheapest ( period C.mtait Mr. I III'|
    !, said about 25 bales Southall. Franklin 2S17I or :2li7ti! :; Ii
    upcoming.The leased to work for any private said Bradford's $3.990 couldbe i iI !i and safest offer. It wanted to'Gainesville, or write I'. U. liox 6"4.Starke i, XK\V HOMES: being construrUd.
    \I cloth were partially damaged. I II' Two and three bedruoms, tile and
    -hands off attitude of interest." : provided by raising the tax :More extensive damage might firm up Bigham's offer as well Up hardwood floor. It:1!, alf,, rt

    : millage seven-tenths of a mill. I' might have resulted if I. V. Anderson |Sinclair Claims ,I I as the insure that insurance Bell was aware of Foil REST. 628-: X: -r"m I'hunh.furnishedapartment. Inquire I' arranged.Jlt lghts. Large Two l'tc bfdroum, Financing frum

    1 He pointed out that only three and son had not reported ; special coverage at ;DI> X t'hunh or phone I'W.IIt'hg; 14.750,00. Three bedrooms SII0"|

    I per cent of protected forestland the flooding early Thursday eve needed. '' I and I'hi.n up. 49 Thomas. .J Starkc r.uistn,, tin, ,
    in- I'lu X uV.XTED '
    burns annually. while 56 per cent Enlarged PrisonIs Councilmen speculated that \\XTEIJ-II..m..s to paint Rea-on-

    BACK TO SCHOOL i of unprotected land is burned. I ning. suranre for the demolition job able. t'ntaL'tIrs.. Ward phone I j t \ TO REST in Stj.ikthree .'

    4bl-V. Up bedroom unfurnished, honMr .
    ; -
    I Burned over land would cost $275: to $300. They : .
    produces only
    > Cary Nazworth ph..ne I8 \\
    I ,Four New Majorettes want the city fully insured in
    35 board feet of growth per acre Badly NeededNeed i Ilii\
    I as i-ompared to 175 board feet of Signed For BradfordFour case an accident damages the L.XKE BUTLER FOR REXT-Close In. desirabU one
    SPECIALS I and
    I unburned land. I nearby power plant."It two bedroom apartmentle4sonabIe -
    I could be'ar hazardous'and Modern 2 bed ruum home *ii Kir.lout : JJ:-. and Mrs W H.
    I The current effort to secure recruits to Bradford for enlarged prison facili- lot rilrodinK from pitted i Xallman, 228V.:! Madison. tfchj
    'ties at Raiford expensive if that thing fallson atrcet la l.nke. Priced
    were was voiced by right nilb
    forest fire of majorettes
    control has
    the endorsement High's corps
    AUG. 17 THROUGH AUG. 23 I DeWitt Sinclair. the plant." commented Johns. <'!>arIrul trram.FLORIDA .
    of the Bradford CountySoil !I enlisted Monday by Bandmaster |I prison superin- SARATOGA hEIGHTS I II
    tendent. in The Berman Co. said it would
    I a speech the REALTY CO.
    Supervisors, Farm Bureau Elden :Mathews. |, Ne,r Ifnute far total do...
    - Rotary Club here Wednesday. demolish the tank container by Of StarkeGuy payment and ..lu..I.1t ,
    and the Cattleman's Association. j Satisfactorily passing the try-]I i I Coat In rl-
    I II |I The warden said that the building a raft within the tank. rna $11:1.10.o.! '.....ra.
    CHILDREN'S I Circulating the petitions are outs were Carole McRae. Rosine pres-i,' ( .'ndr,.... W. n. SrwrM. '1.":% .llO. (.all... day or .'It....
    ent prison was designed for 1,500' Standing on the raft workmen A. J. ThomattXi.1

    Lloyd Harry Green.Green Z.V.Ben. Hamilton.Holtzendorf J. j Cookie Flakes :Mathews.Charlene Hardy. and i j jI i I II I inmates. while the total housed would remove the sections by ..,.Temple Ph.nr. :ISI1"\,e, ":l.rke...,."&:Kla.l "i-J. FLORIDA REALTY CO.

    DUNGAREE I there is 2.288. at the top. The raft Of StarkeG.
    now beginning
    5 'JcS I R Wamwright Floyd Wiggins I Those returning for another,j i I j j

    Albert Griffis. Don Champion. Foster -I year as majorettes are Jo Smith.Lu I Authorities on penology recommend would be loweied. section by section ( .y A..r..... W L. ......\.
    I J that not more than by lowering the water level. FOR REXT-Stl: r...>m unfurnished A. J. Tk....
    1 Limit Shi Smith. Walter Sibley Joe Green Kay Hart Kay Christmas house InluIrat G.ty's Hom 335 Temple t.., M.rte. 'Ia.
    Xoegel and George Roberts. | Bobbie Jean Oaks and Nor- 1.000 prisoners be kept behind a :I Ii i i 1 The old tank built around 1900. Appliance Itehg Ila) fhuar :L.., -.:. Bklxkl XUI.J:

    I 1.00 ValueS I i single fence Sinclair said. He de- was replaced with a new 250.000I
    Bell.That's ,
    Jean I 1
    Boxer Style ma j dared the present prison property gallon tank in June. The new Out TKNTH> HKPtlltKD INNIVF.HSUIYIItliIO :I UUBBER STAMPS made to order;

    11 1 ] could be used for any new I i: S5S.OOO tank is part of the city's All Make AH Modrlalieanonaftlr I daters.facsimile numberers rotary eal..
    --- -- stamps. Bradford
    Our Business I structure. if and when it is built. 1! $750000 utility expansion bond '1.rbnrgnt('. IIF.PIICRII- guaranteedCII4 Telegraph. County t;
    just so the new building would '170.1V.1 Call St. "larke Ph ::all
    1\\ U I program. ZZ PAID OX SAVINGS
    C I If It's Glass We Have It I i KEY-
    ; STOXE
    be located some distance from : STATE BANK K&T-
    rH'RTS I CALL WRITE or VISIT ; the FOP.I SALE-Xew S x 8 I 16 ConCrete STOXt; lE1GHTs FLA.. MEd-
    i present prison and behinda Brooker Playground block. 19'-. Cement $1.50p"r HER FDll'.
    separate fence. bag. Mortar Mix $1.30 per
    I Joe Peters Glass Co. 1 Under Construction bag- tiradford Engineering C*. WK IWAXn SUM. I'"!.l' KKRM f.
    He said there is "plenty of phone 94 Starke. tt TrItE Klrod Kurn.iuiH. rJ"lione -,

    room" ((18.000 acres I for addi- <'. tf h<
    I ::1 i Limit for WAITRESS \\\\1":1'-.111: : S116J.i _
    I FOR ANY GLASS NEED tional prison buildings at Raiford Construction of equipment : &; 'i Trio l.. .-' 1,1; 'f.-lis, RENT A (;.\S Antonuii. H.t W,'

    Short SleeveLADIES' 'f, 1 .1 We Design Modern Store Fronts i| and he pointed out it wouldI the new Brooker Playground is er Heater. Serxtce Ki.-, II 1 "'
    __ per month ., '
    I to Lloyd <; s If |11.I'P.XISlltn 1K
    -- p Just Mail Us A Pattern for I be more economical to build any under way. according

    '! Wood. who has been placed in (':\ .., ,.,
    I Table Tops new prison there where the same WHEN IX NEED OF Four r- "c' h i -
    f"r rent tin Farmers :Mul.i I: i i"lr
    hospital. maximum security build- ,'charge of the job. a.> KI !'nn<'h., :Motel I n, ,
    1313 N.W. 4th PI. FR. 2-4353 <
    Gainesville. Fla. Phone LANDSCAPINGFILL
    !1 ing. and other facilities could bused Wood is building see-saws.
    ':" ;"IAI. ('I.' TilE :MiTII:' .
    bars and rings. "p
    SHORTS without duplicating them in swings trapeze DIRTor %:; <.n old "a"'I'I.I. 11.1 I Ip f

    GGCS another part of the state. I using standard materials available p new l.att.-ri Smithh.. II s. .
    WE CONTRACT FOR and welding apparatus. DISKING Station. Liu lev 'i. 1 .: )
    Supt. Sinclair also voiced the i

    1.00 Value need for some agency that would FI'EH: Etn; }-01: ,, \ t ,I' ;. 1 1E
    ('KMF.TKRVORKlNTi: : -1:1: : Steel LIt 1. l-\ I 17 I I' '
    assist prisoner to obtain em- ,
    hot Quality fis I..p. Stark.- 41 ;
    BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL plovment after their release. There will be a working at W. I.. TIIIKI'EV; JR.

    Kt. 2 Box 215-1): Alton! Rd. XVII.I. f-ARE FIH: "riHf.l'IM! 4:
    REPAIRS REMODELING: JALOUSIE PORCHES "This is especially needed in Sapp Cemetery on Tuesday. Aug. nu hf.me. day i.r n.eh, ; i.i 4 I

    the case of first offenders" he 21. All interested persons are I'HOXK 297-J Mrs I'arrish. 51";I \\ I1' r- ...
    ;:ahIan! : \' of them are good: urged to come and brmgtool" -

    boys who might lead useful livesif for working. I IV. For !'.\t.E"urn"f I:.t-. t. -
    JR. range Good ".'nd it'i'fl. ", !] I.. ,
    39CS W. L. THIGPEN the could get a decent job OfSK TILXII.K!: KuR KA1.K-J MTS Chester Wood 4'I; IS.fl ..1.1i
    L. Silcox, St I't.r: anU A'lkiu :Si'tp ; '
    when thev enter the free world i st. .Starke 2' ML21

    Phone 297-J Starke Fla. again" He expressed the hope \ c. T. U. _ _ _ :: s S '
    IXC-II TEl.KVIStnV: ; : Jdi.wn
    1 00 Values Route 2 243-D that such' would I.K'KV3ED nF-\I'TI"'r.\ WANTED '
    Box an agency some .t.tRURt'K.RU: WAS -<;o'.d opportunity. 4*<,nta .t Ruby at ahmr s t- > _

    S Sleeveless! StvlesSHIRTS dav be established.The OXCE A MODERATE: DRINK John' phone 14* tfchg
    t.p'I.E' :J lak fr,,',' ;" -
    speaker was introduced ER." ,,
    Pradfnid "unt'I' '
    i. iton -
    ,,- bv Al Crosby Jr.. who had chargeof (NATIONALOICK.: .) FUH SALK12.,,: 22 .and 16. :'VI;an.l re 20,ulviMmth gaugesh'tgur > good. M7d lake t ,.:lln,.,IT u-r .1,01!
    Terms Anna .1 J't'T: :
    n "
    MEN'S the program. Mirll Srrvn St.tti.in. Law K.-> st.ne lfiihts/ Tn .'"."
    ; tv r.l.hg H,24 '
    From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh !' *
    School Head Attends ;-' 'l!: FKNT; ; "nf'II n.-h..d. :! bfdroomh
    1 .'n-.. t'.ith 1 1.\ ntf r"",,,. kit..h"nMf.tniri '
    11100 FRIGIDAIRETHE liISC;,' F\: .. \liE:
    Segregation Meeting pun. .Ii l.ii: gi"roer lot ..... ..
    .Artj'i '. h .1] gr.uid$1* mo :I r **m modern home. bmaflful -
    I'l.'Ti.' 117 K..,...J. permanent dork
    I..V))9'alul's!) Turned Out To Be BEST-KXOWN I ..rr.... <<< rutS labward lt.*.... %ll
    Bradford- School Supt HarmonP
    Toil IU\T: r ihrl unfurnl.h.i fur SS-INI.IMI.:;
    hit Quality! >ri> or -
    4 Good BreakWe P :\ an was m Tallahassee NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION ..i .irtmn** .i* Kinc'-l Lake.
    a attending conferenceI -- W I: T..M---"i. T.o nnd. :MOTELS
    Wednesday a .
    <; .. T\ 2-.hg -17 Mr hap Hit tit r ul tbr lint In thesfiilr
    Fresh Back To School Items on !"segregation called by State RANGES fur ..a I...

    had a ater m..' :lat From where I sit, !sometimes' our School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey. WATER HEATERSAIR BUSINESS AIDS FARMS

    Thurvday. Happened early in the obligations slip our mind. Like called all
    ; Bailey county super- CONDITIONERS Specializing In From 4 arm to 4m arrm. (..nodprodurtltr

    Arriving Daily! morning-about two a.m.-and the the responsibility we all have to intendents to Tallahassee for the farnm.ACREAGK.
    WASHERS & DRYERSGet Public Stenography
    first thin!: most of us knew about our communities to see that purpose of discussion of segregation /

    it "as then .e tried to turn on our neighbors enjoy the right to laws enacted by the special The Best For Less Typing. Mimeographingand tI..a.I For.Industrial or farming opera

    the faucets and nothing came out decide for themselves how to legislative session. Bookkeeping Services '

    PhoseCaUSt but a his .in!: noise. work, how to vote whether or not AtSmith's TELEPHONES: 267-W or 439 I HOMES

    Nobody was inconvenienced to enjoy a bottle of beer. Any Ball Player Here I0. Box 1023 Starke, Ha. I Tfc.r.. oar .p..lalt,. *T k>TFIbrm. \

    much went time we "forget" we owe this GarageFRIGIDAIRE \
    though.! Repair crew
    right to work-and things were right to others, we take a chance Terrell Hayman of Tampa who Of CO ;

    fixed up in jig time. Oft stopping the flow of tolerance is" signed up as a player for the Starke

    cornthat makes this country such a New York Giants is working at Window Cleaning I
    Incidentally!! the water Sales and ServiceWe (Guy Andrews. W. B. SeweD, I
    grand place for M to live in. Herb Thomas' restaurant while
    pany got a flood of payments on Reasonable Prices A. 1. Thomas)

    overdue bills that day. Lots of i undergoing training under recrea- Service Ail Makes of :\.-,.. Traipir. Sir.. stlrUr, Fla. I

    , "forsretfiil" folks must have figured 8ce (ltfA. I t7 I tion director Lyle Buck of the Electrical Appliances Outside Only 30c up I).r Pfconr 3>&3 :Msfct Sw.J :

    1 they were being warned! __ State Farm.Hayman's. 606 X. Temple Ave. W. S. AGNEW. Prop. I
    "4 twin brother is now FOH SALK-Pn-acola Rah.a seed10U i
    . S9S Cherry St. Starke, Fla. ) ; s Thompson!'
    I training with the Xew York PHONE 120 LW. ,Carter Ph.nIV. (
    Copjrifht, 19Jo. Liuted Sutet Bremen FU4Ji4 Yankees : J'v ;


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