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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I,,I II Fondling CountsBradford Termed A ShockFlorida's On City Council i Sheriff



law enforce- I
County
I A fl\'e-( orneled for three
race
II ment officers are seeking Carl now pupil assignment law should come a* I County Commissioners Support Reddish's
seats on th> Starke CltCoun"l:
Johnson. about r>2. on suspicion of "quite a shock" to Bradford County parents when they realize \
I I t developed this week with the qualification "Ability And
fondling four small girls at a rural ,,: they're lost the liberty of transferring children from \ of two additional candi' Integrity"The

home north of Starke Saturday i school to school at will. -ij -- dates.

night. |j "That's the price for maintaining by the School Board and written Newly qualified this week were "ability and integrity" Sheriff P. 1) Reddish vcr>

: Medical examination of the four segregation" commented I into the minutes. Joe Andrews Ill. associated with defended by four members of the Bradford County ('('mini-

I girls ranging in age between three School Supt. Harmon P. Morgan, "They've put the eat squarely the family-owned Andrews Motor :s:;ion in a l letter to Gov. LeUoy Collins, it was learned;
thi.
and nine years revealed they who this week started ironing out on the back of the School Board. Co.. and \\'. H. (Billy) Noegel. -- i ",.",,1,
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were not criminally assaulted.An [details of the new segregationlaw. The Board flUI.
I now is the absolute used car dealer.
Garbage Collector Utopia 1\\ arrest warrant made out I authority for the assignment of I The three incumbents qualified Very Much AliveOn. ,;I of They irregularities said they in believed the t h.irgea

,for Johnson charges him with i Morgan who learned details of every pupil. for re-election two weeks ago.;: : are "without ht"rlff'.iaffaIrs

Ouen Vaughn retired restaurateur uho lives on the new Itlandingroad handling and fondling female chil- the law during a school superintendents -I Inconvenience They are T. C. Cllff!) Hazen Jr I I'I of :Marke's totcrs re- letter metit'The
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figured he'd M lie.. foreter the city's complaint about Starke'* I jdren under 14 years in a "lewd, j meeting in Tallahassee! "It's going to cause inconven- Kwell Lawson and James A. Lewis. -' mo\ed from the registrationiMMiks i the governor was that written to inform

Improper garbage ('an... Here's his ansxver a :50-gallon drum :, lascivious and indecent manner, ''last week, was plainly floored by ience. and Iota of it. But this is 'I i Lewis has been chairman of a.* "deceased" by the tor a a prior request
special
j without intent to commit rape." the administrative burden shifted the school will haveto the Council I City Council I.t1'1'1.. audit had no "vir
; price patrons for the "
mounted on swivel for easy erupt j ing. The heavy iLl is counterbalanced 1 past four consecutive ua.OHie tue. This, in
effect
The children involved are three to the Bradford school system.Students Williamson.At reverses the
for
with ueights, and a touch of the finger raises and lowersit. I' pay maintaining segregation. I years. Commission's action in
sisters aged 9. 8 and 3, and their > Frozen ." I the Council meeting Tuesday requesting
No \\ear, no tear on anyone and he think. its grand! I Hazen is a Sinclair bulk dealer. the special audit two weeks
cousin aged 7. | "The new law freezes students ag.
i Morgan explained the law City Clerk Carl Johns .
applies Lawson in the meat business, and reported Signed
Hj tour
Officers said Johnson was .in the schools they attended be- I
a L both to white and Negro \\illianison City
Lewis is !
advertising chief for the The letter
friend of the three waters' family fore, and it won't be a simple :Students. And for the new law I Hall and registered a prote. t. was signed i by H A.
Telegraph. Bishop Jr.
i and worked with their father. He matter to shift schools," said :Ito be legally holeproof each assignment I Commented ,John.., "I Ic E. L. Crawford M. D.
con- H
Lacks had been living at the home since i'. Street speculation that Jim rrell and Mrs. Jessie Ou.stair
'olorgan.I
City MoneyFor I must be based on something tinriM me he wasn't dead, but
I Ritch Commissioner
and John Anderrrm would Chairman Cn
about Aug.. | a parent moves from Hamp- besides race. quick." i

They said the parents left home:. ''ton to Lawtey, he'll have to apply Said Morgan "We no longercan I toss their hats into the city poli- Williamson was reinstated, Prevatt did not sign the letter.
Johnsonin i' for the child's re-instatement. t jtical area failed to materialize as The controversy began TA.>
Saturday night leaving I
keep a youngster out of a with apologies: as a voter in weeks
ImprovementsMajor charge of the four girls and I 1 And for the record every one of 'school solely because of race. Nor'I, the Tuesday noon qualififation giMxl standing. asked the ago. when the Commission

l several boys. The girls and boys i these shifts have to be appro'edcity : I ian the Board carelessly or loose- deadline passed. governor for a special
I City Clerk Carl Johns said absentee audit of the sheriff's affairs I'

went to bed in separate bedrooms ly handle the,? applications."
while Johnson remained balloting can begin as soon ]Bell Gets Job acted after charger, were presented
Paving Or Sewers Seen Impossible up. apparently Morgan: said the reassignmentmust
drinking. as ballots are prepared, probably by three Lawtey citizens. In k
be based and investigation
on testing
Without Increase In Revenue I Johnson went into the sirls' bed- Purchasing of the pupil. .I tondav.- Absentee votes can be Thomas H. C. Wamwright and

i room, where the alleged offense Feeder SchoolsHe cast until 5 p.m. Sept 6, but the I Milo Smith.
!voting must be during the Old Water Tank The charges were based 11pbuse I
took place. Later, he the CityHall's on I >
gave said the administrative bur-
City of Starke revenue for the next fiscal year will I Reform Proposed of the fee
children money and food. : regular office hours. system, ((21 improper
barely cover operational expenses, and the City Council will I The children told of the episode, den may be lightened somewhat j Although the Sept. 11 election rental of truck and t t3i the

have to raise additional money if it budgets paving sewers i when the parents returned home by the schools"School Board for both designati"A'"feeder Bradford i is only two weeks away. the I II Removal SlatedThe working of county prisoners for

and similar improvements.That's I Council | campaign issues if -- haveI private purposes.
Johnson denied the charges at the: :. By Lady i High (white) and RJE (Negro), any
the word from City Clerk it'll take all anticipated revenue I time. but he left the city. Officers ;i Under this system, students will I not yet crystalized. 1 Governor Ierline l

Carl Johns who told the City to meet anticipated operational ex said he may have left the i be automatically transferred from I|' One of the issues, however, ; |' The governor turned down the

Council Tuesday that he and the penditures." j state I i I I Establishment of an organized outlying .vhools at the proper!|I could concern taxation Mounting j Starke City Council agreed request, noting a routine audit

city auditor had been working on Johns said there is sufficient !i He is wanted on four counts of purchasing system will be consid- time. I evidence in the past few months )I'I 'Tuesday to permit Austin Bell to i was underway. He suggested information -
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a tentative budget. money for strictly routine sewer fondling, one for each of the chil- :. red by the Starke City Councilat "It boils down to this," said point to some type of revenu&! 'demolish the 50-year-old water:! about irregularities be

Prospect Black and water connections, but there I dren. its next meeting. II j Morgan. "When child I producing effort soon. I tank located near the city power i turned over to the regular auditor
a moves,
Noting that added tax assessments can be no "major" work accomplished -: I IBoy's I The Council made this decision formal application must be madeto I Growth of ad valorem assess- ; ]plant. I I Support of the sheriff by the

will hike ad valorem rev- without more money. I i I Tuesday at the request of its sole | the of- I jments will bring in only an addi- :; Bell, Starke garage operator, I four commissioners, aa revealed
I county superintendent's
enue by only $1,300 next year. he Not A Cent | Life Taken | woman member Mrs. Ruby Johns, !' fice. Testing and investigation; :1!jlional: $1,300 Ihia year at the pres- ; .said he would do the job for $200; I' this week, was the next development

made it plain prospects are rather "There won't be a cent left for'' I who said the city has "outgrown will t lent 15 mill rate. Consequently, the ]plus salvage. Other offers have in what appears to be a run-

black for major improvements unless new projects" he commented. I I the old system." II | be neces.viry before the School i I| Council faces the prospect of hik'I : run as high as $1,700. ,ning political feud.

more revenue is provided."For To Johns' remark was added a i I Mrs. Johns had researched the'i Board takes action. Only then'I i ing millage increasing water rates, I The Council stipulated Bell must I The commissioners said they
Heart AttackFollowilig can a child be admitted. jI j
city operations only it note of caution by Mayor W. T. By i I problem of purchasing and presented -;I "I don't yet know how much of |inaugurating a garbage or sewer | secure a $100.000 liability insur I originally voted for the audit because -

looks like the budget will balanceup Jackson, who said the Council the Council a two-page i! the administrative detail can be ;'tax, or increasing the utility tax i ance policy to protect the city or: !' if they had not acted "it

pretty well," said Johns. "But shouldn't budget projects when the typewritten summary of methods ,, delegrated to the principals. We from its present five per cent. | anyone else in the event of bodilyor would have appeared we were

money isn't available. i Scare | used by private industry. Council I Ii property damage. Council:I trying to cover up for Shenff
even be forced to hire
may more :
He referred to recent informal < I'members said they'd like tima to1'I ; members have shown :Reddish.
particularconcern
On Power LineConversion I personnel. i ;
promises by the Council concerning : I study it | List E\ery Child H' Bradford Schools ; over possible damage to,I "We felt then. as we do now,

, paving and sewer extension: :i Clifford Lamar Norman. 13- I L "If industry uses it, the systemr' "I the power plant. that the suggestion of his irregu-
I year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. An- r f suspect every first graderwill i ,larity ia
Also before the Council is a request must pay off, Mrs. com-f Bell said he without merit and we
JobApproaches for help in financing a youth eel D. Norman of Route 2. Starke. mented. "There's no waste to it. ]1 have to be put through the Set policy could secure the! ,wish, in this manner, to express to
\ testing and individually Registration through the
I process approve Doyle Conner
recreation program. : died suddenly Aug. 15 of a heart "I would like to see some sort Insurance i you our confidence in She tiffReddish's
[ by the Board. We may Agency. The Council 1
"With the turnpike coming and attack. |jof organized system established, I ability and integrity.
I have to list in Board minutes the provided the policy must have the! ,
End the improvement of U S. 301.there'll The youth had attended prayer even if you don't like this one. > : approval of This letter is written, not as an
name of every child and assign ] For New Students City Attorney Arch 1 I
I be a lot of expense for I Iutilitie" meeting at the Church of Christin We badly need some orderly me- each one to a school. :j ; Thomas Jr.Figuring. j!apology for our action, but, simply -

,." said Jackson. "I know Starke and with his sister, thod instead of letting any city "It won't be easy." I,, on the use of a 75 foot as an explanation thereof.
I II there are some needs we can't employee make purchases. I definitely j Xo Virtue In Audit
Wanda and
I a young man com- Morgan said Gov. LeRoy Collins't First grade registration for crane Bell said he could demolishthe '
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Electrical power interruptionsare foresee. think we need a different I ; "We do not feel that there
i panion was returning to his home
segregation committee, which students attending elementary< tank within a two week period :
again slated for Starke this Paving Not Hone system." 1 1I I II would be any virtue in the spec-
near Heilbronn Springs. On the I II !drafted the pupil assignment law school in Starke will be held 1 to He said he would cut a holein
weekend as workmen hope to put I "But I don't think the Council I The summary presented by Mrs. ial audit. but if your opinion is
way, he asked to stop at thePtlmiti'e ]' i,did "the best job it could." But 3:30 p.m. Monday August 27. j the bottom of the tank and use :;
finishing touches on convertingthe should budget projects which it Johns was a rather complicated I j otherwise, we are certain Sheriff
Church in that
I Baptist he State authorities pulleys in lowering tank
'!r said recognize Elementary Principal P. T. No- sections.
city system to higher knows can't be handled with avail- !I requisition-purchase order system, i Reddish has nothing to fear."
power vicinity to get a drink of water j I
the law will be "only 90 per cent lin said this week. The old tank, built around 1900!, !!
J Commissioner Prevail
voltage. able revenue. As a councilman but she stressed it was simply a was not
from in the church I
a pitcher pump effective. Nohn
said 90 first was replacced with Ia
graders were a
City Clerk Carl Johns stressedthe I committed myself to paving several I j guide and a more staple: system new 250.000) party to the letter for rather
:yard. '| He added. "No matter what registered in June, but he anticipated gallon tank in June. The
power will not be off longer years ago and the workisn't i might be devised for the city. newt58OOO obvious reasons. It was he aso
Wanda and her Dar- kind of tests give or what a registration 85 I tank is
than absolutely necessary. done yet companion I Councilmen several weeks ago you of to 90 part of the city's: ;!County Ally. Hollis V. Knight who
rell Edwards stayed in the car criteria you prescribe sooner or more. He urged parents to register -' $750,000 utility expansion bond:I carried
statements about
"I hope everyone understands "If you put items in the budget complained about individual purchases the im-
I while the boy got out. As he was I Ito (later some Negro child will quail their children on Monday: program. i (Continued
I be sure they are adequately i but Mrs. Johns is the first on Page FJght)
financed." I drinkihg, a dog barked sharply offer a concrete reform.j fy. State officials know the law to avoid interruptions during the!!

Power Oft I | out of the darkness and Clifford isn't foolproof." first day of school, Sept. 4. i Enter Political Arena
Jackson himself committed to i In the past despite policy to the
ran back to the car got in, acclaiming have I! In addition to first graders, Noun -
something like a five per cent Contrary, city employees
Have an early breakfaMtSunday raise for the eight members of.I I "Goodness, that dog made purchases in local stores I said any child attending the'

the Starke police force. I i scared me!" I without any official authorization.The 17 Local Guard i Starke elementary school for the Teachers Launch
the advlcp of Starke .I Push
Thiit'H | first--time
In City Court last Monday he He immediately slumped over bills then are routinely approved regardless of grade-
city officials who !said electrical agreed with a policeman's comment in the seat and Edwards who by the Council. j i must register Monday. This in-t

power will Interrupted that the force is underpaid. I thought the boy had fainted, administered 1 The sjTitem proposed by Mrs.: Members Receive I eludes students from the Heil- For More School FundsBradford
while voltage conversion 1 I
Sunday "If it's not in the budget I'll artificial respiration Johns would first require a requisition I' bronn school, which was closed

is underway. certainly mention it to the Council -!1 without success. I then a purchase order. Official this year. County school teachers
plan to be
a There may be short Interruptions The Starke registration will be1I politically
!, said Jackson. approval by a city official
Higher Rankings active
A I during the
I passing neighbor was stopped next in an effort
both Saturday and Sunday 'would before I held at the elementary school year to secure more
be the
Accepts Tax Roll required
doctor in Starke,, purchase funds
but the longest will start I and sent for a i office. I to meet needs of an expanding school system
order is issued.
Workers | In a separate action Tuesday. who pronounced the boy dead of 1 Seventeen Starke National That's the essence of a meeting
about 9 a. in. Sunday. I First grade: registration: for stu- m
!I the Council accepted the 1956 tax i a heart attack. He apparently had Guardsmen received promotions in'i' held by the white teachers Monday -I I. ---

hop to have about power completelyrr..tore4l in time to roll as compiled by County Taxi i i been in good health but a member Local, Unit Seeks rank this week, announced Company I! dents attending school in Lawtey:; as they started pre-sl hool :I tion of a "strong" Legislative
noon i I Assesror Gene Long. Xo will be held Wednesday, Aug. 29 Committee to work with Sen
dinner. taxpayers -j II' of the family said he had alI Commander Randal F. Chit- sessions to whip their affairs into -
rook Sunday according to Principal Hugh In- Charley E. Johns
appeared to and Rep. DoyleE.
protest assessments I
I had a fear of dogs. ty- shape before school
ways Sept.
The affected area will beirtually which are the same found Polio ProtectionFor Those I i eram. Registration will be in the opens Conner.
\ all of Starke northof j Clifford was born Jan. S, 1943 promoted were: Lawtey school building. 4.
on the county assessment roll. From 3rd Class to Needs Termed Acute
:Madison St. '; near Starke. He was a member of Specialist Upshot of the decision to enter
Set First grades will be registered
The new roll carries $2.350.592 Younger Specialist 2nd Class _Frederick j I j i i'e''e had legislative committees -
the Baptist Church and a student j at the Brooker school 26 be. the political arena was selec-1 "
in taxable property and $1.741.6001 Aug. before,
i 1 4 L. Watterson and Willie S. J.j j commented Hugh B
the sole purpose of the interruptions in tax exempt property, mostly in the eighth grade at BHS. The Bradford County chapter of Grig s. I II I ginning at 10 a. m. Ingram Jr. "But. generally they
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is to convert the system so homestead I I Surviving, besides his parents, tare National Polio Foundation this From Pfc. to Specialist 3rd j I!' Both principals warned students At State Prison have been inactive This year
failures will\ not plague us Last $2,267.731 in taxable one brother. Kenneth Norman. cannot be registered unless a
power year's week urged parents to secure in- Class-Edgar G. Akridge, Ron- : ; school needs are so acute we
the future." he commented. property yielded $31,016hen and three sisters Mrs. Marian i I!i birth certificate is presented.
in lantile paralysis innoculations for nie K. Griffis, William F. Moore i I need to work hand in hand with
"This conversion should guaran- taxed at 15 mills. This year's j White and Wanda and Carolyn ;their children. Jr., Leo G. Thornton and Charles :|! State law prohibits a child start- ,, Bradford's legislative delegation

tee residents virtually: 100 percent should yield about $35,300 at the Norman, all of Starke. He was the The chapter reported that Bradford G. Williamson. I|i: ing school unless he is six years Equal Pay Hike "Maybe teachers used to think

service for several years" same rate. j grandson of Mrs. Florence Johnson doctors and the Health Clinic From Pvt. to Pfc.-William E.'i, old on or before Dec. 31. ;; politics is dirty business But

Workmen are hiking the primary In other actions, the Council: j t also of Starke. have plenty of Salk vaccine for Carter, William O. Dodd. George.P. .. They also urged parents to we've all got to realize it's simply

distribution lines from 2.400to Agreed to advertise for bids on Funeral services were held in innoculation purposes. Gill Jr., Jack D. Griffis James insure their children have the DeniedVorkers\ the American way of running

-1.160'olts as part of the city's chlorine which is used to purifythe the Heilbronn Springs Baptist The innoculations were urged as E. Hazen. Leon M. Norman Jr., I!J i i I routine immunizations, either bv'' I government. The schools need rep-

overall $750.000) ) utility improvement city water supply. The action Church Aug. 17 at 2 p. m. with the executive board of the local ,John C. Padgett Rudolph Pad ett, the family doctor or the Brad- :, resentation, just as much as any

program. The conversion, was taken after an agent of a Rl"S.. F. Beard officiating. Interment chapter held its monthly meeting'Arthur B. Patray and Gerald M.j I I I ford Health Clinic. The Health The pay raise voted for State ,, other function."
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which required the rewiring of almost Jacksonville! chemical company'! was in the family plot in last Tuesday at the State Farm :Williams. Clinic is open for immuniza- Prison workers will not be $25 Ingram, who is principal of

every primary line in the appeared to protest a contract Dyal Cemetery with DeWitt C. 1-ome of Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr.1 1 CWO A. L. Crosby supply of. tions on Wednesdays and on Sat- across-the-board for all 200 em-,,, Lawtey Junior High, is president

oily will double the city's electrical which the city cancelled when of- Jones in charge. Maxie Carter Jr.. chairman, pre ficer for the Starke unit, said an 'urday mornings. ployees. I lof the Bradford Education As-

load capacity. 1 fered a lower price. sided. audit and inventory of the unit's That decision came out of a...i I sociation. He presided Monday as

Last weekend city linemen I Was told by Mayor Jackson New BHS Principal The local unit discussed plans equipment had been completed by Lawtey's Lions Seek meeting of the State Cabinet In. the teachers started the two-week

converted two circuits-a majorone that Policeman Truman Norman for the 1957 March of Dimes cam- ; an agent of the U. S. Property and Tallahassee Tuesday, as Gov. LeRoy -j I pre-school sessions.

serving Starke south of Madison waa resigning to work with the ,Talks Before Rotary paign. Miss Gaie Denn of Jackson- I Dispersal Office. Crosby Enid the Support In Building Collins said legislative intent Morgan Gives

St and a smaller one servingthe county school system. ville representative for national i unit was found in excellent con- Town Meeting Center was to provide the raiseson i Decision for a Blessingi concentrated

hospital and E. Call St. The difficulties in the daily life organization discussed the polio! dition. a merit basis only. I j I, political drive was made before

Two circuits remain unconverted -,Deadlines AnnouncedFor of a school principal. who must vaccine supply and stressed the The Starke unit is scheduled for I Doug Jones president of the The decision came as something'! County Supt. Harmon P. Morgan

anj workmen hope to finish Farm Assistance at least attempt to be all things urgency of parents having their''a command inspection on Aug. 27. j I Lawtey Lions Club, is alerting of a shock to Prison Supt. DeWitt i addressed the teachers, but Morgan -

the job this weekend. Power will j to all people were discussed at children innoculated.. Inspecting officer will be Cot.i I| members to meet this Saturday:i Sinclair, who had presumed the blessed the action.

be interrupted in almost all of the Rotary Club Wednesday by 'i John W. Synder and Lt. Col. Robert i morning at 7:3o'clock/ at the:! $65.000 appropriation was for $25 "We
; County Agent George T. Hug. need more public support
Starke of Madison St. | Beecher W. Payne, new head of ,Four Cases Handled I V. Link. !I
north gins said this week that Aug. 31 j old shipping wharf to begin work monthly raises for all employees. '|for education" commented Mor-

Power Plant Supt. Riley Wasdin is the end of the first' period for: Bradford High School. .By: Judge T. A. Yawn i'Stephens i I on converting the platform i toI I The pay increase was effective !I gan. "If 100 or so teachers want

said, however, plans to convert i carrying out conservation prac- The speaker said there are many\ To Compete j; a meeting place and community::| Aug. 1."The. I I something, and really go after it,
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will be cancelled if the weather*tires in cooperation with the 1956 i, ( conflicting ideas in the public mind'' County Judge T. A. Yawn this i In Top Rifle Match i I center. ;i! Cabinet didn't seem to.' we can get it. You can do more.

is bad. In wet weather, electrical ;:ASC program. I j about the standards of principal- i week found three men guilty of '| All members are asked to report think a flat pay increase \\3'I as a group with the legislative

lines are too dangerous to handle I He said requests for fall must:J I, ship, and what the community( traffic violations. 1:I Chief Warrant Officer John C. | whether they can put in a.I II good policy," Sinclair told the i: delegation: than I."

Jacksonville consulting engi- ,be made by Sept. 1 for those seekIng should demand and expect of a !j Floyd Constable and Daniel L. Stephens! Sr. of the Starke National full day or only a few hours. j Telegraph. "There was mighty Morgan touched on the financial

neers said power would be off!1. cost-sharing assistance I principal. Smith both drew $25 fines or 10>| Guard will participate in the I Wives of the members will serve i little I could do about it. I needs of the school system, not-

only about 30 minutes intervals i i Some of the most popular practices In apite of the difficulty of J days for improper passing. Sen-, National Rifle Matches at Camp. a covered dish luncheon at noon.! "I've started work on a ached-I Ing the county must put up

last week but some patrons were j in the fall and winter pro- living up to all these diverse ideas, : tence for William Jason Shipley, I Perry, Ohio. President Jones said that all1'1 ule of pay raises. Ill have to i I matching funds to be eligible for

whout power for four hours. I gram said Huggins is the plant he said that he loves the work'' charged with reckless driving, was 1 The matches will be held be- interested! persons are invited toj j work out something. Probably, In State subsidy. Matching money

Wasdin advised residents tkis 1] ''Ii.g of legume cover crops oats, and asked the cooperation of the; deferred from day to day. tween Aug. 25 and Sept. 8. enjoy the social period even if.!. the long run. everyone will gt raised locally amounted to only

week to be prepared for three hour:and rye, application of liming ma- community in reaching the goal| C. L. Green, charged with two> Stephens was winner of the in- they cannot work on that particular : mad at me. It's a difficult chore." I seven mills in 1847, but it had

Interruptions. He said they would I I ,I teria3 and establishment of new of a successful school year. j. counts of passing: worthless i dividual rifle championship match day. I State Sen. Charley E. Johns,''I I jumped to 12 mills in 1956.

not affect perishables in deep,,II,pastures. The speaker was introduced by I checks paid $25.20 court costj i I in Florida. As ...winner he will When completed. the club house! i( who sponsored the pay raise in I Because of homestead exemption -

freezers if freezer doors remain I i He said requests should be made T. T. Long, who had charge of and made restitution. The cases i( represent the Florida National I will be available for community I j j the Legislature, was not available 1 and similar factors, he said

clO8ed.f& ia the county agent's office. the program. were dlsmLssed, Guard in the national matches. use Jones said. I' for comment Wednesday. (Continued ea Pare rJpt)


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DiaryBy }h s. Betty May and daughter Friday night and Saturday in football game in Jaksor.i.I> :t> :-r-
Melody spent last weekend in Ma\ville with the J. R. Lucases. urday night.
Sam McGarvey Staike with the Robert Barks- :Michael celebrated his second
Kf Mrs. D. E. Hill Ruth Perry. daughter ui M '.
Soliloquy On Looking Glasses .... dales. birthday Saturday evening witha and Mrs. A. H. Pt'rY. '.- ,.p.'. :.
,, die Watterson AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.MT : supper for Mr
Judy and and
Kay Mr and Mrs Onard Parker and Mrs. Lucas ing three weeks 11 G.U\ ....?
Haislop, and Carolyn"Ward busy Meeting"Ye : children of Homestead visited in and family. :Mrs C. M Greene and with Mr and Mn Ti ii.; \ r.:' j
Finances, Freckles And PalmsThe grading tobacco of "tipS. Ir. Christian Heralds, Go pro- Hampton last weekend with Mr. Mrs Mary }Moslev, all of Maxdie. and children. I!

Ward said both he and his son- claim!" was the WMU program and Mrs Dave Dyal and children, A group of young people from Mr. and Mrs E r A1 ti .t- ;
Telegraph had occasion the other day to in-law, Freddie, had done pretty topic for the August meeting Mr. and Mrs. John Parker and Hampton Christian Church at- children are on vacation trip! t t I

take a gander into a looking glass, thus seeing well with their crop this season. Thursday evening in the Baptist Mr and Mrs Milton MisnerMr tended a meeting of the North Oklahoma to visit ielat.tf.
Bradford as through the of SNot Church. Sixteen members attended Florida Christian Fellowship at f
County seen eyes and Mrs George Williams Strickland's Rose Gregory is home f..r t
others. The view was a little good, a little bad much .talk about berries the meeting during which it and }tr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin Landing Thursday visit with her parent, Mi I sins 1 \
What fell into our hands was a University of yet. Jim Chasteen said folks are was agreed to organize a Sunbeam and daughter; Phyllis spent Saturday were evening August 16. Four churches Mrs J. S. Gregory. from Jav; -

Florida report on the county's organization and in the Brooker area is getting ready to plant Some Band in October when the fishing at Cedar Key. represented. sonville. before leav'n'I';: ;

facilities. It concerned everything from sewage burning up and the cows fallingoff squash and beans, but so far allis new church year begins. Leaders Mrs M M Matchett, Miss Bar- Mrs W. M Slade and Mrs. nurses' training in I'hilaae.pl! i, I
in weight according to Z. W. quiet on the terry scene. Only will be Mrs Charles Hicks and bara Matchett. Wayne Matihett, Vernon Slade visited in Jacksonville Pa
to estimates.One .
disposal population two we know definitely aboutare Mis. Lester Slade. Mrs Hicks, on Sunday last
Hamilton, who said that while his Mrs J. D. Williams and Russell week with
of the startled wThis i-> Mr and Mrs. JET..le; t-1 I
phase report stock looked good a while ago, Herbert Norman and W. C. Mrs. Betty May, and Mrs. Florrie Williams attended the weddingof Mrs W M Slade's daughter Mrs. -
what the outsider sees concerning Bradford'streatment Ward. We daughter, Carolyn and! M: *, .-.1' ,
they are losing poundage day by plan on having some, Bell Brown were named as a Miss Patsy Wamnght and Fay James T. Hendry. Mrs. Mary Rucker I
of its most precious asset its chil- day now. "We could use a lot of but right now we haven't any nominating committee for the Duiban in Lawtey Sunday.Mrs. White, and Mrs. Hazel Spark- ton for arri"edIonda visit \' In Hii: :"-
a Mr
with M'
aid :-
dren: rain on the high land around this definite idea how many. election of officers in September.Mrs. .
F. B. Hall and Frances, manMr Marvin Faile and their '
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"Recreational facilities are quite limited in section," Zedra said. J. A. Williams, hostess, was and Mrs. Sally Hall of Gainesville and Mrs Damon and chil- daughter Teresa Lee bun Mn--v

Starke, particularly for children who need recre- Old Finnegan the water pump; assisted in serving by Misses visited Saturday in Hampton with dren of Lave Oak visited in Hampton day August 13 at Via. h:: t r,':'- I

ation the most. There are no organized parks or Incidentally, he reports that put on one of his usual tantrumsthis Avoy, Amelia, and Nell Williams.Mr. the Vernon Slades. Mrs Carl with Mrs Damon's parents, eral Hospital in Gaines :::1 U- TVFaile's :
theie has been of week, but Sam just correctedthe and Mrs Raleigh Brannenand New Mr. and Mrs Alpha Bryant, from ,
supervised recreation for children other than a good crop Brown of River visited with daughter Lind.h.b lv,, '
water-bound condition, and Ardel, and Mr. and Mrs J. J. Wednesday afternoon last
week.
Pensacola seed, and that the Slades
that which the schools can provide. grass on Tuesday. in Rome Ga. with nei sri ttid-
the price is low this year. now all seems to be o. k. again. Brannen left Monday for a vacation Mrs H. B. Wiggins and Mrs Mr and Mrs Albert Birt and parents tor the last three weeks.
"The high school does have a baseball field anda *
to Miami
trip and Key West.
.* Verna Young were JacksonMllevisitoJ children of St Petersburg visited and also came with them Monday.
new football field, with a seating capacity of Stopped off to inspect the new George Huggins was telling us Miss Jessie Brannen of Bartow Tuesday. last weekend with the E. L. Birts.

about 1.700 and a new $15,000 lighting system irrigation system belonging to N. this week about his use of chem- accompanied them. }Ir. and Mrs Gene Clouse and Mrs Martha Williams left last

These however, are largely limited to organized G. Hayes and sons out near icals for weed control. Said he Mrs Florrie Bell Brown and children of Bradenton visited last weekend for Tampa where she will)) Schwinn

high school teams and cannot be used for normal, Brooker. N. G Jr. and E. H. had sprayed the chemical on the beds Mrs. W. P. Birt visited R. L. week in Hampton with Mr and be a teacher in the Tampa schools Bicycles

informal activities. the system in operation, and Sam where he had peanut plants just Birt of Gainesville! in Alachua Mrs D. E. Hill and daughters.The during this school year. Her son AM KKPlIKINd

recreational facilities and kidded N G. Jr. about it lookinglike popping through the ground, and General Hospital Monday, wherehe Clouses were enroute home Richie is remaining for this weekin S\\\S FILED:
lack of can
"This l '
\WXIOWFA.: i ii': .\Iit1D:
that
even though he has not hoed
if corrective rain at the time. "The only underwent an operation. after a month's vacation in Mich Hampton with his grandparents.
will become a critical problem meas- the peanuts at all, the rows are Mi and Mrs J. W. Horne. Simpson Bike i
time I believe it, he said, "is Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Brannen. Shop
ures are not taken. clean. Said he had some of the igan.Cliff and Michael Slade sons of James Thomas Bill Alderman I
when it is cloudy all around and Mis Nora Layfield and Ardel and S. Walnut Street
It's true these words were written last year. pouring down in the middle." chemical left in the tank, so he Brannen drove to Trenton Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slade, spent attended the professional -

Since then, for the duration of the 1956 summer SCot tried it on a piece of a corn row, day to bring home Norma Jean

season only, a modified recreational program was our Gas Tax Refund blank and that it worked equally well] Jones, who has been visiting there
staged at Bradford High under the supervision from our friend George Huggins, these too. However, he said the for a week. "HANDY

of Asst. Principal Tom Casey Jr. The State paid who told us it allows two centsa spraying must be controlled, for Mis J. G. Adkins and her FLAME" BOTTLED GAS SERVICE S E
some of it drifted and his
got on
the biggest share of the cost but no more gallon of refund of federal tax daughter, Mrs. Helen Richard
sweet and it killed
potatoes
funds are available until next summer. on gasoline purchased from Jan- about half of them, "graveyarddead. were Jacksonville visitors Monday COMPLETE BOTTLED GAS; SERVICE FOR
Other than this experimental effort, the stream uary through June of this year, ." last week, and Mrs Joel

of recreational development in Bradford has been up to 300 gallons. "G. T." said Smith returned to Hampton with COMMERCIAL HOME OR FARM USESEE
that next period will be from Juneof them for a visit. --
stagnant. a visit last week from
Enjoyed
'
56 through June 57 and the Mrs Alia Mae Sihuppeit of
Since the state-subsidized: program is impos- Law ton U.( L.I) Conner and Fra-
refund will be 3 cents per gallon. US BEFORE YOU BUY
Hollywood. Fla. has been visiting
sible for the next 10 months Casey has presented zier Shaw. Had a good time talk-
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a proposal to the Starke City Council. He sug- Noticed that B. T. Thomas is ing to them and was especially; W.with M her Slade parents near Mr Hampton and Mrs She DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS $89.95

gested the city furnish $100 monthly to provide clearing more land along the interested in a home-made "poor returned home Saturday. On 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95
40 hours of afternoon and evening supervised man's combine costing about $100.
Brooker-Xew River road lie cer- Thursday of last week, Mrs APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS
which Frazier said he had heard
recreation skating, ping-pong, dancing and tainly has a fine pasture which Schuppert, Mrs. Vernon Slade

similar activities he recently cleared and plantedin about. and Mrs Fannie Meads visited
We do not propose to advocate any specific solution improved grasses. Mrs. Sihuppert's sister, Mrs. Otis HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY
Nature in the Raw is Seldom .
We simply Allen in Palatka.Mr.
arrangement.
or financing sup-
218 Temple Ave. Phone 43
port the movement in general on these points: Heard this week that irrigation Mild, was a tobacco slogan years and Mrs. Madison Lee visit- Lowest Prices Easiest Terms
had of it
ago.'e an example
need water from some deep wellsis in Jacksonville last weekend
1) Bradford County youngsters recrea- ed :
here this week. A snake was in
likely to be and
for thereare sulphurous ,
tional facilities. The evidence is plain,
the of swallowing a toad,
that it Ls not beneficial to grow- process
no non-commercial recreational outlets. And ing crops. Man who said this when Leo discovered it, so he STARTING flThe"yearend"savings !
it's seldom that Mayor W. T. Jackson fails to havea < said our soil in this area has promptly killed the snake. Hopehe
traffic violator in his Court onIon-
'teenage hard pan which prevents the knows the difference between:

days. sulphur in the water from seep- the harmless and poisonous varieties -
2)) Bradford youngsters want recreational ing down. because if he starts kill-

facilities. From 100 to 200 took part in the pro- ing moccasins, we'll lose a fine you've been waiting for..ifs

gram nightly this summer. To keep the program Happened upon a typical sea- dog'S

going, the youngsters shelled out $497 in skat- sonal scene this week, while driving *

ing memberships and rental. ; along the old Starke-Lake My, but wasn't it hot last week:

3)) Bradford has the ideal physical plant for Butler road. At the \V. C. Ward Almost as bad as we used to
Bradford farm we found }Ir. and Mrs have up in 'Jersey. Wish they'd
youth recreation. The graciousness of the -
Ward Mrs. Inez Kelly. Mrs. FredvyvVvVvVvvyyVVyVVvyVve- keep their hot weather up there.
School Board the county-maintained USC
,
building, which was designed for the express pur- Heights, and Miss Jean Johnson! TH H I FTY BUYERat

pose of recreation, is available.It of Waldo.

seems unfair for the City of Starke to assume STATE FARMBy George Robert Belche is spend-

all of the financial burden even if the Council ing two weeks with his brother-

smiles on Casey's proposal. We must recognizethat < Janet Turner in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs'H.

((1)) the County Commission also ''has an obli- I'hone 135JIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA D. Turnage in Albany, Ga. {

gation to the citizens of Starke, as well as rural Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and : QCJ

residents, and ((2)) youngsters from throughout Judge and Mrs. Alex Yawn and /

the county flocked to the summer recreational :Miss Clara !Starling' Wed sons spent Sunday visiting the ---r '
Kmond Keildiiig. Aug. 17Miss Jacksonville zoo. '- ;

program.On this basis, the city should not "go it alone." Clara Stalling, daughterof }Irs. R. H. Tyson of Jackson- \
Mr and Mrs. H. D. Starling of
ville the this week ot
is guest
It makes to that the responsibility is
sense us
the State Farm, became the bride Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon.

split of Raymond Redding of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews returned \
Perhaps a sensible arrangement would be for in the home of the bride's parentson Sunday after a week's visit

the School Board to furnish the building and Friday evening. Aug. 17, at with their children in Montgomery -

utilities, while the County Commission and the 3:30: o'clock. Officiating at the Ala., Knoxville, Tenn., and

Starke Council could each put up $50 monthly.The ceremony was Rev S. F. Beardof Monticello. They also spent three BIG ii dealers !

idea isn't preposterous. These governmental the Heilbronn Baptist Church. days in the Smoky Mountains.Mr. your

bodies already support such projects as the U. M. Norman served Mr. Red- and Mrs. W. N. North returned -

Chamber of Commerce the Library, and such ding as best man. and the only last week from a vaca-

specific activities as agriculture and homemaking. usher was Alonzo Kirkland.The tion in the mountains around Gat--

bride, given in marriage linburg and Cherokee Tenn. .
For the Starke Council, this is the ideal time
to consider the proposal, since councilmen now by her father, wore a waltz Mr. and Mrs M C. Robert
length lace gown over taffeta. had as their guests last week
are working on next year's budget.As .
The molded bodice featured a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hardee of( ... \
for the county, we are well aware that the r .n. -" .
high-neck, fitted jacket with long Gainesville, and as weekend guest
County Commission has already adopted a "tight"budget .Jj
pointed sleeves. Her shoulder
:Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cauthen of
for the next fiscal year We're also aware ]ength'ei! of illusion was attached Jacksonville Beach. ---lJj[
that following adoption of that budget. the Com- to a coiffeur cap of bead- -
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Edwardsspent ; __
mission voted to 'find the money somewhere" to ed pearls and sequins. She carrieda Sunday with his father, T.

buy a new (unbudgeted) pickup truck. white Bible topped with white B. Edwards, in Worthington '
We simply can't forget the questioning eyes ofa roses and showered with stephanotis Springs. ?

freckled-faced 'teenager, who asked us the other Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow -
The bride's sister. Miss Allie
day : spent Saturday with their
:"Gosh. They're spending $1.500 on palm trees. Mae: Starling, was her only attendant son-in-law and daughter Mr. and

Why can't they spend a few hundred on us?" She wore a blue net Mrs George Manassa, in Green
strapless gown over taffeta with Cove Springs.
matching net stole. Her bouquet
Mr and Mrs. H. D. Starlinghad
was a nosegay of white carna-
'Stow It --- Don't Throw It'In tions. as guests last Friday night!
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland Sr.
The bride's mother wore a blue LSID\
the horse-and-buggy days flying trash cotton dress, featuring a scooped of Jacksonville. 's MERCURY MONTCLAIR HARDTOP a high-powered, low-
especially wind-borne newspapers was a fre- neckline and pleated skirt. Her Mr and Mrs O. E. Crosby have silhouette beauty that, at this time of year, lets you
returned from a two weeks vaca- move into the big car luxury class at a you'll fur.
quent cause of runaways. With the passing of accessories and carnation corsage price go
tion in Miami and Key West. They'
the horse, you'd think such accidents were a thingof were white.
have as their guests this week
the but they're not! The bridegroom's mother worea
past neT.. F. Junkin of Phoenix

Still today trash on the highways kills and sheath Navy dress blue with polished white accessories. cotton- Cit .. Ala. who is conducting a Now is the time of year when
maims more people than ever before. An insur- revival at Bayless Highway
Her was also white
ance service reports from 750 to 1.000 deaths and carnations.corsage Church. thrifty buyers can pick up brand- COME
nearly 100,000 serious injuries caused each year IN TODAY_
Immediately following the ceremony -
by cars striking objects thrown on the road by a reception was held in the new cars at enormous savings. SEE HOW THE BIG M MOVES

litterbugs, or swerving to avoid them. home of the bride's parents. The
With another holiday Labor Day approaching bride's table was covered with a FILL DIRTGOOD We've still got a good selection of FORWARD AT MIDSEASON

it is time to give some serious thoughtto white crocheted floor-length

this matter. If Labor Day were merely a "day" cloth over blue. The threetieredcake RICH models and price ranges andwe're

the danger wouldn't be so great. But. being along was flanked by silver candelabra TOP SOILSee NEW HIGHER HORSEPOWER in oil

weekend, the task of policing up after the holding burning white giving fantastic allowances modelsmore power per dollar.

millions of litterbugs who have spent three days tapers. NEW4-DOOR HARDTOP PHAETONS
busily strewing papers bottles can, cartons and Mrs P D. Fancher Jr.. hostessfor to move them out fast. Every car in 4 price ranges.

picnic remnants over hundreds of square miles of the reception, invited gueststo BILL JACKSON

beaches. parks, playgrounds and highways, i is the punch table which was pre- Jackson shiny, new, luxurious-yours NEW SELECTION OF MODELS inwhile -
sided over by Mrs P W. Pace and Transfer Company
eluding convertibles, hardtops sedans
pretty couraging. ,
Mrs L. M Norman. they last at terms to fit and
Phone 165 station
But there is a chance, thanks to the heroic efforts wagons.
of Keep America Beautiful and civic groups After spending some time with
their guests, the bride and groom your budget;
such as our Garden Clubs, that this year's Labor
left for a short wedding trip to
safari will be bad last. The FOR DEPENDABLE
Day not quite as as Sarasota. They will reside in the
answer is in the hands of holiday travelers them- Hartmann Apartments in Starke.

st' n's. If enough of them will heed the plea of Mrs Redding was graduatedfrom Termite Control

KAB to carry litterbags'in their cars and "stowit Bradford High School class

Don't throw it," travel might once again become of '55. The tridegroom also finished S Household & Commercial Come in fodaythey'll go quickly! ,Best time yet for your big Ey-

a pleasure. high school in Starke and is Pest ControlCrote ...
now employed with the Seaboard w
i Airline Railroad. SprayingCall Y y

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Out-of-town guests included Mr. FR. 6-0035 THE BIG 'N4ERCURY

EST. 1'879f.ORID..S and Mrs. J T. Kirkland Sr. Mr

OLOtST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER and :Mrs Roy Brantley, Mr and Florida Pest Control
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EACH FRIDAY AND CNTEXFD AS SECOND CLASS and Mrs. Martha Watson, all of

-.u.MATTER....AT....THE...D.POST... OFFICE t.7. AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER Wildwood Miss Connie Jones, and Ga.laevUle, Florida & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447
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hope Haven Hospital in Jacksonville -! ties crossing the road near the'ir I

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS CLAY HILL for a checkup Monday. j home last Sunday and See bey I MORE LOW PRICES ON DEPENDABLE: QUALITY FOODS AT .UP. ITS TIt J

i Linda Cook of Jacksonville en- : Moody killed one in his field a'S. '
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127yTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTyTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTT few days ago with 21 eGuess .
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this terribly hot weathiI er l F
I cousin. Pearl Lavender recently. I
/ I has got them out hunting a .o' Water-Skiing I'arfy residing at present in White Feather -, Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp ': place too.

Monday afternoon, Aug. 20, Court. Mr. and Mrs Buddie Wilkinsonand and children of Gainesville visited i The E. A. attended TrI rl Iy
Lorelei and Shirley Dye, daugh- Marine Cpl. Charles Foster Jr., daughter.in-law. Millie and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan I Sapps i- OJltYt() (lJ WpJ!
"grandson, Wayne Johns. returned 'I nity Bible Church at Lake ButhI er I
ters of Mr. and Mrs John B. Dye, son of air and Mrs. C. P. (Vacation -;. Sapp Thursday night. Sunday I' l
Sunday afternoon after spendingthe I last Sunday d II
pave a water-skiing party at their Shop) Foster of Lake Geneva guests of the Sapps were Mr. and '. night and enjoye'a ?
week at Santa Fe Lake.Mr. Mrs. Pete Sapp of Palatka, and : message and film shown by Ai
home on Lake Geneva to honor is home from French Morocco, rte I
and Mrs. Floyd Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wynn of Starke.' thur C. Austin, missionary of th
Ann and where he has been stationed.
their guests, Margaret He : Ann Page Concord
and Gertie Fairclothi:: Far East
son Rickie i Well seems like the big rattlers -! Broadcasting Co. The
Marjorie Reitz, of Gainesville. will report to Camp Lejeune N. : | i
joined the Wilkinsons at the lake '1 name of the film was "A Voic ,
I the late-
are on prowl again
Other guests were Bobbe Bastedo, C. about Sept. 15. ;ee
Monday, stayed Monday night and ly. Ethan Sapp killed a big one in the Xight." and it should t:> ,i
Caroline Henderson, Elsie Oliver, Mrs. Harry Adams is convalesing -I
at home after went fishing Tuesday morning. in his potato field FrIday. It had seen by all who have the opporti i- GRAPE I JAM
and Frank and Randolph Slaughter a week in
Gertie says they caught enough 13 rattlers Mi and Mrs George nity.
Bradford County Hospital.Mr. I I
fish for eight people to eat all
IStralita Club Meets and Mrs. Clinton Denny and they wanted and had some left. ) ,4 Pound Jar 9ftC

Plans for a chicken barbecue children have returned from a vacation All enjoyed the short vacation IIII ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing II1II II1III r yl / 2
supper to be held tonight (Friday) in Xew Jersey, where they Tom Lang has returned from I Established 1894IF II
visited relatives.
at Keystone Beach were com- Tampa where he spent some time I
pleted at a meeting of the Estra- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson'I with relatives. .'

lila Club held Aug. 13 at the and son, and Mrs. Nelson's aunt,I'I Our pastor Rev. Harvey Lane
home of Mrs. Louise Dermody. M rs. Marguerite Smith of Chicago -i I
Thomas White Yellow Devils Food
|I and family and Barney or
Proceeds will for the Masonic
be i left last Y A
I' Saturday for a tour YOU PA $2.00
i iI i visited some of us Clay Hill folks
building fund. Ii of South Florida. They .] 17 Oz
returned Pillsbury
I I Sunday afternoon. Came to the Pkg
Burt Spear, former principal of 'I the 1 first of the week and Mrs. tricklands for a little while, long WEEK FOR LAUNDRY CAKE MIXES 29CI

the local school and now a songw Smith left Thursday for her home. enough for the two men to get i
iter. has had another song Dr. J. Wayne Reitz presidentof
all of the grapes they could eat,
published. The new one is called, the University of Florida, and and a cup of coffee before church YOU CANr I Corned
"Maybe You Know," and we hopeto his wife and two daughters were I i

be hearing it on the air waves j !Sunday visitors in Keystone, attending -I time.Rev.
Armours Star
Harvey of Highland canIt's
,I t church services and call-!
BEEF HASH 1-lb 17C
soon.Mr j I preached for us Sundaevening.. ,I
and Mrs. R. C. Baldee of I j i iMrRae ing on friends Miss Cleva J. Car-
I We
j had a larger congregation
were complimented with ,,I son, and Mr. and Mrs. John B. I
than we do much of the time. We
a house-warming by their neighb-:!I t 1 Dye and family. j'i
I hope to see the house full at
ors and friends on Aug. 18. More j! :Air and Mrs. Ann PageAPPLE
|.I Donald Ridaughti j' these evening services in the near
than 100 people attended including -
I of McRae have just returned from future, as well as have all available
-
'I
i New 12 Ounces
two of Mrs. Baldree's sisters' i
a vacation trip to Alabama. ,
taken in Sunday School. I JELLY
space 11CXX
f"m Avon Park. The Baldreea
received many lovely gifts for I I Pvt. Eulie Rushton is home on I 111'e I wish to say that all who miss .THIS AUTOMATIC
I a 14-day pass from Fort Jackson, these preaching services, Satur \
their nice new home. Dinner wps I .
served by Mrs. W. L. Ivey, Mrs.i S. C. His parents, Mr. and )[rs.I' day and Sunday evenings as well _\ PAGE :, __ ,_ ;;'ff'y'j; i ':. jf-: ::
H. Sitlev, and Mrs Ray E. A. Rushton have just returnt'd'j!' as Sunday morning, sure miss a ,, ....<'.-:;\'",. .. ASHER PLUMPRESERVES
from a trip through the mountains wonderful Spiritual feast. We love '-/
who
were hostesses for '
Chasteen'l' of North Carolina and Ten-'j to feast and satisfy the body, why -I The Cake Y' u'li Love All-Ways!
fairMrs nessee. j l not seek a feast for the soul
Catherine Farley, who for |
several years made her home with i :Mr. and :Mrs: Emery Cooper ofi i i Come on and enjoy these services 2 Lbs 39c JANE PARKER
her son-in-law and daughter, Ir.I I Lake Geneva attended the South|I 1 with us. One and all are welcome ChocolateSPECIAL I

and Mrs. Arthur Beckwith, is east Region Fleet Reserve Caucus Our news is very scarce this
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reported in a critical condition inSt. i in Orlando, Aug. 10-12, as dele-I week we just caught what we I II Ii WASHING ACTION ANN PAGE "F F

Luke's Hospital, Phoenix, Ariz. I gates. Enroute home tht'v'isitt'd I could as it drifted through the I II I ; V. Chiffon Ca k
Word has been received of the; friends in their former home town,I air. Xo one except Geitie Fair- y I e

death of Mrs. F. I. Howard, a 1:/Deland. 1 cloth helpej us. If you want news I & Completely Automatic, MARMALADE R, ,/
former lesuient of Keystone, at I j! Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Thomas in this column, please tell that i Just Set The Dial -i.: '&: ". ,, :
her home in Hendersonville, N. Con .!1 and children have returned from I news to the writer before Monj I 2 Lbs 39C SPECIAL 43

Aug. 15.GeorJ"e i|la week's vacation spent in Jekj lI]j day morning of each week. Model Easy Top loading
I "inates Awkward More Jane Parker Values!
R. LeBlanc, a DuPontj j Island, Ga. and other points of WA45CN .
: interest the ItfV1V>tVVVtVttVttltYVYt t/ aping, Bending FLAG DRIED
employee, has been transferred I I along way. I II

from the Newport Plant in Wil-j I Miss Marilyn Rushton has been I LONG BRIDGE 6.15-Year Written LIMA BEANS _..__ _____eeeee e_________
mington, Del! to Humphreys Gold I, in Milwaukee Wis. visiting her
Porp., where he will replace Allan uncle and aunt Lt. Col.! and Mrs I AND NEW RIVER Warranty Jane Parker Delicious 8-inch Each

Dean as employee relations supervisor B. W. Rushton. She is now with !i Mrs.! E. A. SappAIAAAAAAAAAAAMAUAIAAa For as little as 12 Ounces 1 c
Mr. Dean and his friends in Chicago. t aXUTLEY
familyare C
moving to Baltimore. Md. on Mrs. John Detweiler is feeling I HOME of PINEAPPLE PIE 39
PER OLEO
Sept. 7, where he has been trans better after taking a fall in her Fonda guests of Mr.: and Mrs' e
ferred. Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc are kitchen and injuring her thumb. James Lavender were Miss Ethel WEEK MARGARINEPound(

Johnny and Georgia Allen of; Conk Giles Johnson Lee and Leonard 11 _____ n ,u_ ,un
\OT1CK... TO AITEUl Hillcrest were Sunday Cpok, and Mrs. J. 1... A SMAtl
la 1'lrruit (' .rl. llrudlord Cua.aI1, and Monday ; Lavender
8-inch Each
Jane Parker Luscious
Fluriiiai Chancery.William guests of Billy and Carlton all of Jacksonville: PAYMENT 19c
lug Hay "Jagt.r::a"'r., I'Umtiff.Defendant.vs. Doro- Meng, who live near Starke. II I Joe. Fernie. Seeber and Fel- -OR TRADE

C:15e0.. 10-1723 ton :Moody: and their families, and t I
ullre t To I."th.AppearTo }' May Eager, whosereiden.e NEW RIVERR.AI'TIST I Mr. and Mrs. James Lavender en- : DAYLEYDOG BLUEBERRY PIE 49CJane

and address is: 13 SNee2lTtrert y ciirncii joyed a fish fry and swim at FOOD
Mar\.sville, California.Y I
Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor Sampson' Lake last Sunday. G. J. MCGRIFFGENERAL
>u are hereby notified that a. _
suit fur divorce I ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service M.ukalee Moody and Joe For- -
lias teen filed against In the I 3 lib 1 cans
you I 7 23c
p. m. Prayer !
Meeting earhWt'rlnt'sday s vth spent the weekend visiting I
above named Court and cause and Parker Low in Calories 12-oz Each
and you are required to serve a I 7:30: p. m. Everyone1 I friends in Lumber Ga I ilVund.U < : ELECTRIC APPLIANCESStarke
copy of your answer or pleading welcome. .L. : '
L. Parker pastor i ;K! as !the t Will nirK i iMi Fla. PETER
the complaint on the Plaintiffs I PAN
Attorney Louis T. Ransom J16 and :\11" .lunmi ;II'-.II' i ,'
Prufrmnal Building, JackMin- ----------: PEANUT BUTTER PROTEIN BREAD 17CIlbl20z
Mlle :. Florida. I !
and file the original In the office ofthe B
I TRUCK TIRE SALE
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 'I
tefore th3 day of S.-pt. li>l&; 59c
otherwise' the allegations of said i 3-T CORD HI-MILER RIB NOW (1t 1i
i 'implaint will be taken as confessed I
by you. i
This notice shall be published once i _
each week for tour consecutive ,
weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph I "SUPER RIGHT" QUALITY MEATS

Dated this 1 day of August 196.;; 1 I Famous 3-T Cord Construction longer life
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby !I More Recaps Proved Performance
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Plus cal andrecappable
By Marian U Crosby. Deputy 8/3 4t Clerk J/24 i Other sizes priced low, tool lira FRYERS Florida Grade 'A' Lb 39C'

!I .. ... :. a ',. As low as $1.25 weekly! 6.00:1616p1rrotin9l( )

Enter SANITONE'S I

Headless Dressed, Ready to Fry .
National Contest But/wow
N 1 : 0 a. .

t "it'PRIZES TOTAL Fresh Pound

i I ,3 N C F RED SNAPPER 59C



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I COOKED PICNICS. 33C

Get your entry blank :
today and tee how : /7 7I

simple it i is New to enterSanitone's National I Dressed, Ready to Fry Headless

Contest. You

_4k need buy nothing i Pound
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q syca' 12'' Strawberries, 2 for 43c

PORK & BEANS .\A I' frozen 6 ()z.

na :t I a brand new SuperCushion CAN Orange Juice, 2 for 27c

... ..,.. Ail- I>on jo Ol-2 lor
I Chicken Of The Sea

\: li: Size Broccoli Spears 33c

i CHUNK TUNA / 27C Ail I'rozen Leaf & Chop 10 Oz

.-. i by Spinach 2 for 23c

MERELY FINISH THIS SENTENCE I. X.B.C. ,2 Oz
N 25 WORDS OR LESS Sultana
Vanilla Wafers
'I SAN ITON E to ordinary I 31c
prfffr -
breau. .." No 303 N.".C.
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dry cleaning e.
I f Not a recap-not a second PEAS 2for 19C Ritz Crackers, Hb31cA

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Ul PRIZE 1000.00 Christmas p
Shopping Spree at Marshall Field n r America's finest new cars featured 46 Oz.

& Company PIUS 3-Day All- I' x Grapefruit Jutce 17c
Eipintt Round Trip to Chicago for L p this traction tread for many years 'ky' f 'r 'P
Two" by Plan* or Train 11'1.omtmf'r l'an

aid 27 0/1.., woodVrvf priiti. I I ?s Hurry! There's not much tune left to get In on this exciting bargain 1 Cheese, 2 Ibs 85c

When you gel your entry Hani, i I'' It's Goody ear's famous 3-T Super-Cushion with extra value built in.
*e suggest/ ; you bring along: jour l .Abi- Exclusive 3-T Triple-Tempered Cord body makes this tire stronger,
favorite dress for thorough:ant safer and durable. The 'rock bottom and the built-in Seedless
more price
tone Cleaning then jou see for a.{t90 x 16 3-T $uper-Cushion when
Goodyear quality make it an unbeatable buy. Act at and 'elr
once Hi
how much better anitonv' 1
our hfOV! buy first lire for regular no trade-in PoundPEACHES
Service really is, loll *ill hate ti
no trouble writing about It. E'lco $17t'$ plus! tax and two rev Similar savings on other sizes and while sidewalk, loo. \ a GRAPES 13CLb

Contest starts :\Ulu-t 1 and capppble tires r

jour closes entry September blanktod.iy 3 J. 1!%6. Gel "' :a- ..-. .. PAY AS LITTLE AS'PA WEEK FOR FOUR! Elberta' Fresh Bartlett


Saiiitonc QRE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KINDGOODMAN'S 9c PEARS Pound 15c

DRY CLEANING lellow Garden Fresh

Service Station i CORN 5 Ears for 2gerre..b

STARKE DRYCLEANERS 1 I t t RipeTOMATOES

SEEDER D. GOODMAN Ib or dn 19c
+ ewrir .rr..ar t www w w.aws
f U. S. 301 at South City Limits 412 Call St. (alit Vine RipeCANTALOUPES

$ !_ Starke, Fla. Starke, Fla. ea 25cFRIDAY
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f as ssssrsrsss Wedding Next
r MonthTo Linen Shower Honors ;\VSCS Unit Stages I i I above named Court and cause and (OFFICIAL SEAU i Samuel V. H. kh. 40'1.: .. .
you are required
to serve a Char .\. .
s Dart.\.
L1a toi.a Heavh, us.
Join Miss Shiver Miss Jackie ParkerMis copy of your answer or pleading to As Jerk )
Meeting On Monday the complaint on the Plaintiff's Lf : a d Cjurt Attjjfor 1'if 17 > :

And l1r.V. D. Dansby I I Attorney rhi<- n 1ks, -04-i'j'
I :; Sylvia Paulk was hostessit The tusiness and program meet- I Guaranty' Lift L'idg JAl'h.H'n.lt: : :::.

a !lovely linen shower Saturda -,I ing of the Method: WSCS was ,I Floridaand file the original In the office of WE CONTRACT FOR

afternoon 5 o'clock honoring held Monday afternoon in the,the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

:- .. Miss Jackie Parker, whose !1 sanctuary with :Mrs; L. D. Green otherwise before the the 17 day allegations of! Sipt.of 15 said t.;; ALL TYPES OF BUILDING

marriage to Kenneth Grider will I presiding in the absence of the Complaint will Le taken as confessed -
Gladys Mooty be by you. I BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
an event of Sept. 7. president, Mrs C. D. Williams. This notice hall be published I
once
REPAIRS _
I
j Phone 35 : REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES
The each week for four
party was held on the Miss Amy Coburn gave the de- consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Paulk lawn overlooking Crosby votional. The program, "Measur I graph. FREE ESTIMATES
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lake where appropriate games ing our Growth," was given by I lut.d this, H'h ().,>. of August
Parties Held In HonorWhoWedsMr.Willian Of Miss Kay Rowland were played with Misses IKS.
Ann Williams -' Miss Coburn and Miss Kate Official Seal) Charles A. Darby W. L. THIGPEN JR.
Carter Patricia Pellum and Maxi Struth. Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
i Friday Eveningo'clock I Ey Marian L. CrosLy.
i me Andrews Deputy Clerk
winning prizes. Following !-j I Announcements were made for,I __ b, 17 41 S, 7 Phone 297-J Starke }'la.T .
Miss Kay Rowland whose mar- at the home of the latterat I the games and refreshments four seminars to be held in St'p1 Route 2 Box 243DPATTY'S
several of the I I IB The Ircuit. ('..ur.. Eighth: Jutlllal ,
guests T
en- tember.
riage to William Carter will be an 656V.. :Madison St Arrange- I <' (Irrult of Ilorida.,
In \ud For .
joyed t I -a
event of this Friday evening at ments of mixed summer flowers 1 swimming, boating and ilmdfurd County,
skiing.I : In t I
St Mark's Episcopal church has were used throughout the Colson i Guild MeetsUnit bancrrp. Case No. 10-17"S
been the inspiration for several home for the occasion. I I Miss Paulk presented the hon- I I Ii I II I JI\'mond S. 'Worth I'laintiff \>

parties in the past week. Bridal games were played during I I | oree with a crystal bud vase asa i One of the Wesleyan St'r\.1'r Cra.\ S To Worth Defend Defendant.oll.c : : DANCE STUDIOannounces ,

The Parish House on Church the afternoon and prizes were I J t memento of the occasion. Miss t ice Guild of the Flint Methodist In the name of the State of Flor .

street was the setting of a delightful awarded to the w' ners. Paulk alS8 presented a bud vase II Church will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesi -I..1 ida To- Grace S. Worth, defendant I

miscellaneous shower The hostesses presented Miss to one of the guests. Miss Frances i day, Aug. 28, at the home of,;, herein whose plate of residence and I

given Monday evening for Miss Rowland with a piece of her cho- Caldwell, bride-elect. I.Mrs. W. B Sew ell, 524 N. Walnut !![I address You are is unknown.hereby notified that a I: Enrollment Date September 4th
Rowland. Hostesses for the affair sen silver as a memento of the Assisting Mrs. Dave Paulk in'jst. i suit for divone has been filed -
I I IH'TII Ii against >'"U in the above entitled
occasion. her
were Misses Jackie Prevail Ann serving daughter's guests! and
cause;
you are hereby required iourslO-l2And2-
Williams Martha Van Landing- Among the 35 guests were Mrs. were Mrs Jack Parker motherof i| \"( MEETING ,: to file jour Answer with the Clerk i

ham Nancy Bates Gail Rowe Russell Carter, of the State Farm the honoree, and Mrs F. J I Miss Phyllis Martin missionary of thereof this Court upon and plaintiff's to serve attorney a copy;, : CATHOLIC HALL
I
Babs Lance. Sandra Strickland mother of the bridegroom-to-be, Pellum. I II [I to Ecuador will speak at the Samuel V. IIoKh 409-A Main Street, i

and Gail Duke.A and Mrs. Ben Rowland, mother of i Youth Daytona Peach, Florida not later
i Invited to attend this delightful I I Meeting in the USO Saturday -
Mr and Mrs. Wilmer Tomp- than the 17th day of September, I TAP AND BALLET ALL AGES
yellow and green color motif the bride-to-be. kins Shiver of Jennings announce affair were 20 guests. :,I night at 8 clock. I'jjS If you will fail be entered to do 1'0.against decree you proc.nfes.o -

was achieved with the floral arrangements the engagement of their daughter. I tor the relief demanded in the Com

of daisies and green- Mrs. James Richards Melinda, to William Durwood : .. J 1 i plaint.\\ HUMS my hand and seal of said Classes;; To Begin First Week In :SeptemberIf

ery used throughout. The refreshment Honored With Shower Dansby son of Mr. and Mrs Court this 10th day of August l.'j\>.
table, overlay with cutwork UKKiriAL f-EAL) Interested Call
Roger OXeal Dansby of Starke. Charles A. Darby.

cloth was centered with a punch Mrs Dan Priest entertained at Miss Shiver a graduate of Way- <'J"rk| (': .uit ,Court St.iiko,
bowl which was surrounded with riunda.In MRS;, YANCEPHONE 19Wcot
a lovely stork shower Wednesday cross High School, Wa>cross, Ga :
with
plumous fern interspersed evening of last week honoringMrs. attended Florida Southern Col- .II Circuit uurt. Hrndford (uaalf,
daisies. Appropriate games were .I'I..l...... _... _I.u. S, .._----, .
James Richards given at lege and the University of Flon-, uu"-n. .
Ca-e No 10.1- .
I iKavmnnd :
played during the evening and the home of Mrs Priest's parent da. She was a member of Florida Well, the pro-football game in I 6th birthday on Aug 17 with a : S.VortIi, I'Umtitt, v !,r_-_ "'_ '_ __ ..: _, '';" _. : :.. ;\; __ .
prizes were won by Mrs. Ben !!. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd: Southern's Corner Touring Choir, Jacksonville SalUi!d.t\' night gave party: tin 25! young friends at the (.rLI" 1'. Worth Infendaiit.

Rowland, Mrs. Dwight Marshalland Jr. on Westmoreland Street. [ and a pledge to Delta Zeta social local fans a chance for an early, Chasten place on Kingslev Order.1 p'i.car Of:Publication Malr Of Florida and :\oll.e'1'..: 'lo BACK TO SCHOOLSPECIAL

Miss Ginger Jones. I Attractive arrangements of seasonal I sorority. i pre-season taste of pigskin Justine I'ellum gave a surprise j Grate S. \Worth ulio'-e r"idtii,, i
and
address is unknown.
The hostesses presented the flowers were used in dec Mr. Dansby, a graduate of I Among those spotted in the Gator birthday party for daughter, Patricia : You are required to appear on l :

honoree with a serving spoon of orating the party rooms for the Bowl were Steve and Ruth Simmons on her 16th birthday, Aug. :September 195C. in the above 11.11I": Ii
Bradford High School, attends j
Court and .
cause wherein
her chosen silver pattern as a occasion. Herlong and Norma Jean 16 Festivities were held at seeks dfvorte I'l.nn1! :
rare custodx,
the
University of Florida. where : c"I MI! 'iiut
memento of the occasion. Games were played during the Adams, Zack Crawford, Ann the home of Bobbie Jean Oakes I minor i I liililrt-n.i
,
he is a pre-law student He is aj .
I j I riadford. < i i.nn T'Ur'i'i! .' ,
Approximately 20 guests at- evening and prizes awarded tojMrs. Second Lieutenant and training!, Johns, J. D. Doyle. Prescott and whose mother, Jill, assisted in IHlMjtin- i >,
tended this lovely affair. Suzie Wilcox and Mrs. La- I, Tommy Gill, Glenn Reddish, Bill serving 20 guests Carol Temples un kly i I-'ue1-.
offiier in the 74Sth Armoredj I \\.1'11'i ,- ii,i il ,! 'I! .' ,
vonne Andrews. Mrs. Dodd as- Ordnance Battalion Company'] Patray, Ia'Griff.:; J. E. Den- was hostess at a birthday *if." "0 to. z .',1.., : \t "
Mrs Gene Long. Mrs. Rober: sisted her daughter In serving refreshments "C." Florida National Guard. Hei; mark, John Anderson, Frank I party in the Hogan Smith garage 1:',. eBOY'S

Barksdale and Mrs R. A. Colson I" at the conclusion of I I George, Elbert Thointon Maxine last Saturday night for Harriett
is attending Associate Ordnance j
entertained at a lovely bridal I the contest. I Officer's School for the summerat and Larry Gibson, Seeber and I Powell on her 14th birthday ,

shower for Miss Rowland on Wed- I Twenty-six guests were invited Aberdeen Proving Grounds Eloise Goodman, Doyle and Kitten Thh ty-five guests enjoyed dancing 1AIL

nesday afternoon from 3:30: to 5 : to this delightful affair. I II Md. Conner Babs Lance, Jimmy Red i and refreshments Mary : :

I I j The wedding will be solemnizedat dish. Linda Johns Harold Davis I Agnes Matthews entertained at DUNGAREES
.. I I Shirley and Carl Lamar Johns, Kingsley Lake Wednesday night I STARKE FLA. i
7 p. m on Sept. 12 at the Main
Kenneth Gnder, Jackie Parker. for her guest, Ray Norfleet of
; Post Chapel, Aberdeen. ;
1 Gene Shaw, George Winkler, Harry Madison .
After Sept. 21, the couple will Sunday .
and Nina Rabb, Carolyn and Seems to be all for now . Monday Tuesday
be at home at 915 Southwest ;\U1.:'. 26, L'7 28DOUHLE
!j Second Avenue in Gainesville. Seymour larco.Iargaret:; and See you in the next FEATURE
I Drew Ratliff, the BUS coaches. -
'
They will enter the fall semester : ; -Carolyn The t1
I James Hobbs and members of I Benny Goodman
:
at the Umvrsity of Florida. :MissShiver :
the football squad I
I being a sophomore and [ '; I Poll InspectorsThe Story

Dansby a senior. r'l If anyone spots a six-months- IX TKCHMCOLOKilh Western V7! vy\\ Sizes

I old, light tan monkey swinging'| Staike City Council recently \\ :Mcve Allen and HonDa Reed I .

ProfessionelVomen ,: from a tree in the Kingsley Lakearea selected five persons as poll AND 10 Oz.
14- 16
it belongs to Sharon Noe- inspectors for the Sept. 11 elec-

I Adopt Annual Budget j: gel The name is Bimbo andit tion. .I The Plunderers Double b


During Monday Meet I!| Stanley was a. .gift Hear from that her J. E.daddy Den-, Mrs.Selected Glenn were Duke.Charles Ray Hardy.Stone, I, \\itli Ilona IX THIOJ..OR Ma<...-> anti Adrian Knee \\i: '%

mark will his dental office Booth
open Shellie Hall and Albert Lee Cros-
A program on finance was pre- '
WITH! sented by the treasurer Mrs. i' soon in Dr. Stubbins' old stand, by Jr. I'liin Color Cartoon for Children II I II \ 1

above Dr. Ritch's office South I -
Ernest Phillips and Mrs X ate i on .I Wed.. Thurs
Aujr 29.) 30
Thompson Cary Nazw orth, \IIIM.n 11'1.1.11'1' :
when the local BPW Club I
All Cash Purchases Dyal i DOUHLE FEATURE
who inducted
was two weeks
met Monday night at the home of ago iiarL.\i CITY KLKCTION
is stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky. for' I I Cash On Delivery !
Mrs J. D. Doyle with Mrs. Dyala ; Tt'ESDVV. SEITESIBEU 11, !'''.!- 1.79
16 weeks of basic training 'I 'With I: Shdlej \\'inters anti IVggy
co-hostess. A budget for the
(3 ,I Sorry to hear that Kitty Andrews STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY i i Cummins
COMPLETEBUILDERS new year was presented and ac I Only I
cepted. I has closed her restaurant here and I FLORIDA I I AND -

I moved to Chicago .
I Mrs. Bea Farber and Mrs. Mar Make a ('r" "-inark IX) before thc I i The Jungle

SERVICE guerite Hall were appointed as I Lillian Stump is in Orlando I choice.nam* uf the .indliljtf of Jour \\'it It no.1 C.inifron. (" >>oar Romero

industrial from Thursday to Sunday to at- ,, --------- --
co-thairmen of the dub's i and Marie Uindsor ---" -- ------------

school project to completethe I tend the staff reunion at Orange I ,I I'lus Cartoon for Kids
PHONE 13 OK 333 Memorial I
Sister
Hospital
committee chairmen. Miss : I'OKl.III:HM\\ II ,
Florence Jennings program chairman I! Evelyn Griffin, n relieving her at I I nil 'i wo i IKSVolt ; I Fri. Sat.. AUJT :31 Sept 1

presented a schedule of the store Loca Norman is for ihrtt.JOE : DOrW.K) FEATrIm-

programs for the coming year. It training for Scootie Duke's job in 'I' APACHE

was decided that future meetings the Sheriffs offi'e. .Siootiei, \\DRK\\S III IX TKCHMCOLOK;

will be held on the second Thursday -, and daughter Terry Dea, will: \\itli liurt LinrastcrAND

I in each month, either in the : move in ,about six .weeks to Ft.i .I|.Ii T f, ,liffl IIAZKX JK.FUFl.t. ; -

I home of a member or in Miss i Lauuerilale to be with den, wnoI II I 'I i

office.Thursday I is employed there Gail Duke I I.4\VSiI\; MOB TOWN
Jennings
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE | will FSU this fall Zack I With the
Sept. 27. was set for enter II I IH-iuI End Kids and I 133: : E CALL ST. STARKE, FLA
the annual dinner in observanceof | and Rudolph Crawford are operat- I .I.UH .\. LEWIS Little Tough C.ujs I

333 or 45 National Business Women's I ing the big Gulf Station at Madison -I I Plus Serial Chap. 11 and Color "The Store of Values" ,

Week, and Woman of the Week I & Walnut, which they recently \V II I'.ilh: ) MiEUELI Cartoon for Children.
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7J '
the
41 Let- leased from company.Ann -
will be honored at that time.
w- -"' .. ,... - .. .. -- -- -- --
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ters of recommendation for this Johns is assisting in the .
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,
honor may be submitted by club i County Judge's office for several ;I I :\OTI'ETOAPPIIt < ._,: -- !..:-.'- -__I- .-- __: --, _- = RAT .,. : _-"' _. -- .":_ -:_ -. ----_ -- :;. -
members or the general public. I weeks during the driverslicenserush :', la Florida Circuit I. Court.Chanrrrr-Bradford Court, I

I Herbert Green was in Tillman harry Malone. Jr.. I'l.in,. I
tiff, %s. Vnnit 1I:(.lit'K.I .M.ilnnt', l p t I
relatives Bradford for observation -
Laiern Grilfis Is visiting Hospital
f, mU.it Cave :Ni: >. Iti-i't:
Special in Jacksonville for two over the weekend, but has Antlre 'r. AppMiriI
weeks. returned to his work at Hump- I Annie t'I""TaIdlon: ,'. \\ )!",,' LAST!
"' '-.1110'111''' and .idillf I-, :H7 l.in :
Rev. and Mrs. Donald Koko- hreys Hear the Eoline Smith T din .UHIIK.iiirM>"ri>. \'ng1niaI

moor and daughter, Kathleen, are hooked a doggie: on her rod and i I'I You are hereby notified tnoi .
Mlit fHr IMr< e
''va..ationingith friends at Oz- reel while fishing off her porchat has been filed against you In tile
Laki the other above named Court and caue and'
ona, near Clearwater. Crosby day
I you are required to serve a copy j INDIVIDUAL FAMILY HOSPITAL and
9 PIECE Mr and Mrs. Andy Akins and And Harry Rabb hooked a bat of your answer or pleading to the an or

children returned Sunday to their while casting recently, to go along 'complaint on the Plaintiff's Attor

home in Gainesville after a vaca- With the owl he snagged not long:', neyAlan r. Winter Jr 319-- 23 Flor-

tion at the Adkins home on ago Looks as if our local nim- ida Title Building Jacksonville Surgical Policy
I i Florida
Kingsley Lake.CHARLEY rods are not being too particularthese :and, file the original In the office of
LIVING ROOM GROUPTillS days I:the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
or lufori' the :JMh: day "f Sept I I
7' Ervin and Faye Paulk Andrews I'1956; etherwlse the llegatlon of'I' YOU CAN UNDERSTANDThis
will be taken ai
aid Complaint :
called their parents from Lack- !:'confessed by you. i I
land AFB Sunday night to report -: This notlre ftiall be published ,
'
'on..e each week for four consecutive -'i
that Ervin has been promo- ;' weeks In the Bradford Count) I new Gulf Life plan lets know before
ted to 1st lieutenant SFC::Telegraph. I you you
Donald Hardenbrook arrived home 1: Datfd Ihi' !l Ict day of August
195 ,
last Wednesday from :Manheim; OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .I buy

Germany Will be here till'', Clerk of the Circuit CourtS I
'!i It 5,14
Sept 15 when he will take wife I' I I

Oleeta, and two sons tack with !. Circuit JVOTICK Court.. Tfc Bradford APPEAR Count?, WHAT YOU GET and WHAT YOU DON'TCompares
him That attractive new home I Florida i IB ( b..p.ry.
now under construction in Green' Anna Nepri. Plaintiff t. Anthony
Nrgri, Defendant Most Favorably With Other Hospital And Surgical Plans. Remember ThisIs
Acres is for the E. C. (State Case :\o 10-1747
Farm i Longs Gloria Gibson )>, of Ire To Appear Issued By Gulf Life Insurance Company. Which For 43 Years Has Enjoyed
T't: Alllh"nI'erl. whn-e la-tKnonn .
had 11 baby teeth extracted in aiIir.->. i' 1517 McDonald Public Trust And Confidence.Gulf .

Jacksonville one day last week 1! Mrt-et. I', lham I'arkuat P.ronx
3 PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA New York
and Nancy duPre was confined tOT{: You are hereby notified! that a
Vincent's several last .1111 f..r >iv< rir. i uvtdand i'n-
St. days
E. JOHNS & SON 'I ,I tri,, ,.f infant hlld'I I
about this week, while parting company I has been filed against you In !be j
question with four impacted wisdom teeth. above named Court and causa and
I 'I you are required to serve A copy of I<
The C. P. Koonce family of your answer or pleading to the '
2 STEP END TABLES "Our home will be locked upj; Thomasville, N C. have rented complaint on the Plaintiffs \ Life
.
) Atturnn II'n If I' fialdwin, I Iuldl i
for severaleeks while we ; the house at 315 N Walnut, next ; > tiuiMiriK, Io. Box 104, I

1 COFFEE TABLE 18995 are away on vacation. I am > to Lex Green's Mr Koonceis and*;un file-\the ill-. original Finds, in the office ;

2 TABLE LAMPS worried about fire or theft i plant superintendent for Brad i'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa a1INSURANCE
before the
while we are gone it :, ford Furniture Walter and i or-Mth da\ ',f Nrptrmlwr lflS; COMPANYP.
1 SOFA PILLOW wouldn't be discovered until : Gloria King have moved into!otherwise the allegations of said I
Complaint will be taken as con
too late. Will lOU bring our ; their newhome in Saratoga'fessed by you. ,
Heights Vernie and Glenda I This notice shall be publishedonce
fire insurance up to full ,value each week for four consecutive 0. BOX 308 STARKE .
Thornton are in their new home I weeks In the Bradford TeleOal.d
and add theft to County -
our
coverage
in Bradford Heights The I this >'t'i day ..f August
fire policy?! Eubanks 196.;; I W. H. Gillis .-. Superintendent
Doyle family are
occupy- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
ing the Partin house on West Clerk of the Circuit Court ,I

Madison Henry Williams (anew ,i -4 4t i 14 ,

123 East Charley E. Johns music teacher for the BHS : NOTICE TO APPER REPRESENTATIVES :

and wife In rirrnll Court Bradford County,
senior group) are re-
Call stziaT Florida! In Chancery.Therc'a I.. c. SMITHPhone LEWIS IRBY HAROLD B YARBROUGH
: : the Thomas house 1",
sldmgin at
H Sander Pla'n':ff,
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491WBot Phone 376-W P. 0. Box
308
f & Son Agency 637 :\. Walnut Robert Wha-I George sa-de'-. Defendant
. Street I Ln and family are at 413 N :' Notice To Appear Case Xo lO.!:E' 30S Starke Box 308 Starke StarkeBR.DFORD

, II I Christian and Joe Shei'nil's new To: George S-arder5; whose T( *i i- I
, Phone 13 Starke Fla. < ,1 I 3enie and address :.t unknown.
: address 15 {H6 W Call .
You are hereby notified that a I _

J Roy Chasteen celebrated tus 'I Lai cult teen for filed divorce asiicst yon In the ',

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"r Miss Dorothy Ross returned I Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Tatum of Mr. and Mrs. John Ennis of' Mrs. T. L. Casey spent Sunday''Vide Jacksonville !. Florida. ,,once each week for four consecutive
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Attys for 1'f. 4. 17 4t ? ; weeks
the Bradford
in County Tfle-
i home Sunday from a two weeks Jacksonville visited his sister Augusta. Ga. former Starke resi- afternoon with her sister Mrs I graph.

sight-seeing trip to Mexico. i| Mrs. Lucile Davis, Monday even dents, visited Mrs. F. J. Pellum I E T. Vestal in Jacksonville. 'Tit.E TO iirR Dated this 15th day of .August

Mrs. Lucile Davis spent the ing.i and family Thursday of last week. In Circuit Court, llrailfnril ('..on.,. 1S5S.(OFFICIAL SEAL)
In < irruit .
Court )lradr rd riiirld.it In Chancery.
Counts
weekend with her grandchildren. I i Friends of J. H. Ritch will be Mr and Mrs. John Deas and I: I'iorliln: In C'hanrrrr.OeraM JeanneV. Ad.im. riaintiff.s.. '' Charles A. Darby

Jan and Greg Davis in Gaines- | interested to know that he is daughters are moving into their I" Mirteil I'Uint'ff, 1r. lljby Mark I:. AdaiijiMrtulant.. Clerk of the Circuit Court
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lae .ilartiil DiftndantCase. Case \f). 15:S
ville while their parents, Mr. andMrs. < progressing satisfactorily in the new home in Lake City the latter Entire To Appears I I I i
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few Bradford County Hospital after part of next week. The Dens Order Of l'ohll'II.I"aad Ti: Jeanne W. Adam and Samuel '
H. G. Davis Jr. spent -a !! Noll.-r 'loAppear C.\lI. rou tllli'The
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THE NEWS days at Crescent Beach. !i suffering a heart attack in a doc- have been honored at several : Male Of Florida flu: :l'HJth Uramle A\"IUe, LAS Allgelc> Poard of County rommisfrinncrs. -
T.uhy IlaeUrtll, whose r -sidrtire of Bradford County, Florida will
Mrs. Richard Carter secretary tor's office on Thursday of last farewell parties during the past i and address j is: Unknown. 11'. California., rereivtsealed bids at 10 clock ,
You ar hereby notified that
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in the Bradford County Tax Col- ,' Sept. 1;, 1956 in the above named for mod.fi.-atu.n "f a finaldeere the sale t.> aid Board of any or all
Mrs S L. Peek Sr is leaving Tom Long, who has spent the lector's office underwent surgeryin Mrs. J. W. Walton of Pompano Mr. and Mrs. Russell White and I Court and cause, whrrtiu plaintiff of divorce has been, filed of the folk.uing:
,against you :n the I Onamed
Saturday for a month's vacation j summer working in Wilmington, St. Vincent's Hospital on Wed Beach and Mrs. Edward Shealy daughters of Camden, Ohio wereguests !i seeks Bradford divorce. ;Court and au-e and ji.u are re- A. 164 Cocos Auatralis Palm treesZ
County Telegraph shall
at Chateau !Nollman Asheville, Dela., returned home on sunday.j) nesday.Mr. i] of Atlanta are guests of Mr. and I Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. )j publish this Order in next four ,rawer uuind cr to pleading serve cop to the of complaint your an- ::- at feet Starke: high, to Florida.delivered promptly -

:-:. C. Mrs. Peek will be He was accompanied by Mrs. H. C. Ritch at the Walton I Willard Wynn: and family. I weekly issues. on the Defendant's Attorney TheronA 1!. 1"4 .'.., "v Auatral Palm tress
accompa-I Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand Witness niv hand anilff. ;..tlm\ .
,
nied to Asheville by :' 'Johnny Marshall of Bloomington, and cottage on Kingsley Lake this' Miss Rita Carswell of \Vaycross at StarKe, Florida, th"i)! *:, Yawn, Jr., P. O. Drawer 791. --3. 'I high! t be piTi'ed:, watered.irul
daughter, Sally Ann and Starke.'Irrlda, and f.-! 't-: "uF.r.tl'n M t i .t along! i' highways! oft
Nollman who has been home on who is the guest of Tom for ten I week. I'I'I Ga. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. i 1956. the offs. "r :.... ,.:, r''I' n., '.1..! .'i' \
I Barbara Blankenship spent sev-'! W Lance lUKKK'MT. SKAI.t .rcu.! ," ', i.. I. : .
business for the past week. | Mrs. Laura Colley is recuperating this week. : :' !I.I\ M i' \ i I.'j. f theub
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Atlantic t-'h.u.f A. KtrlnAs ', p' t' .
days.Mrs. eral days last week at dar I c. l : eh \ -- 5. '" .,h! -
nicely at home after Friends of M. W. Lance will be I'b' 'rk of I' ,. .. ,,.. .r. -
:Misses Rachel and Nell Nor- Lola Johnson and father,! Beach. surgery i d .'p' : '" '! I. \\ ... 1' ', ", ,1-" .II'l d!
Hy XIar..111 i. i-i -I\ I .1' : .
in to learn that he returned "
the Duval Medical Center happy k
on : \ l'' t" \ t. :
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D. F. Baker of Ocala spent the! : i .
fleet of Madison are guests a few I Dewey Lee and Louie Beck of, Char 11 Hi ". jn4 Onar.i i'\ Lit .. n -1 I.: 1'.1 i !1:4
days this week of Mary Agnes and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuesday. home Tuesday from the \Vaycross

Anne :Matthews at Kingsley Lake. Godwin. Peoria with Ill. are their spending uncle the and school aunt II j( Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thomas and Ca. hospital where he had been <.. :: --. 'n .: .- -_ ----.: _. ._ ____ ._. __.-_- _-._:: .: -::"
Billy Joyce of Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly had as j I year daughter Theressa spent the confined the past ten days and is'
I I Gresham and
Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
I weekend in Lakeland. getting i
Jimmy Willis of :Melbourne spent Sunday dinner guests Mr. and along nicely.
last week with their uncle and Mrs. J. H. Raulerson and Mr. and I will attend school here. A lovely dinner party was held Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith andfamily 'I ELGIN

aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. Stanley Xoe- :Mrs. H. B. Kelly and children of Mrs. Charley Parker of DaytonaBeach Iat I the Garden Restaurant last spent the weekend at Salt i I

gel. Gainesville Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm i spent Monday and Tuesday:' Friday evening celebrating the Springs.Mrs. .
ff/4i
Mrs. L.
j with her mother, SHut-
Mr. Galbraith of Heilbronn, and i' birthdays of Mrs. H. L. Speer of M. M. Smith and children
and Mrs. Drew Ratliff and to. Mrs. Hutto accompanied her WATCH'
I! Rev. Tilford Junkins of Phoeniz, j, Pahokee and Mrs. G. J. McGriff spent last week with Mr and Mrs. ':
family were In Jasper Sunday
i j I daughter back to Daytona for a '
!!, P. L. Pitman Dade
visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. C. p.at-I City La. few days visit. ) Sr. of Starke. Those attendingI in City.
Jiff. Half Price Drets Clearance Sale I were Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff :Mr. and Mrs. George Qumney '
j jMr this Friday and Saturday at1!i iu I Mis. Effie Johns and son. Free- Sr., Mrs. H. L. Speer Mr. and Mrs. and family of Jacksonille are occupying I

and Mrs. Max Thomas and' man, and Mrs. Bessie Sapp will Card the Slade house
:11.\'S. Yancey Harris and daughter. guest
two children and Mr. and Mrs. T. ''' Rev. and Mrs.V.. McAliley spend Sunday visiting Mrs. Johns' of Washington D. C., Mrs Y. A. this week at Kingsley Lake. : TRADEIN.1T
F Hutto and children of Jacksonville Eula and Peculia I
Misses
,' and children had Sunday dinner nieces. Harris of Gainesville. Mrs D. A. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and
were visiting Mrs. L. S. Hat- NormanI 8e
with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McAlileyand Norman, and Mrs Ella Monteith. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Mc- I family are moving back to their
to and family on Sunday.
at New River.Mr .
j Griff Jr. Pat McGriff, Mr. and
family in Gainesville.Mr I I home in Decatur, Ga. this Saturday -

and Mrs. O. G. Strayhornof 1 and Mrs. Owen Vaughan I| Mrs. Lex Green, Dr. andr j after spending the summer at.

Wildwood and Mrs. Minnie Ha-t have returned home after a ten-I Lloyd Jennings, and Mr. and Mrs their cottage on KingsJey Lake. I'I _

zen of Brooker were guests Wed- day vacation with their son-in- Charles Harris. I' Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Ma

I FLORIDATHEATRE nesday of last week of Mr. and law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.1 Half I'rice In-v Clearance Sole mie Anderson of Archer spent the

Mrs. M. F' Hazen. : W. B. Green Jr. in Raleigh N C. : this I'ritlaanll' Saturday at weekend with Mr. and Mrs E

I Miss Elaine Sykes of Miami T. S. Williams and granddaugh- ; iLF.ILVS.j M. Davis. Gem

I spent a few days this week with !; ter. Peggy Davis leturned Tues j I and Mrs John Yates of Val- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ward of Jewelry

her cousin, Linda Sale, at Kings- day from South Carolina where! i I dosta and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacksonville were visiting her

ley Lake. I they had gone to attend the funeral -i Yates and three children of Mt. i mother. Mrs. P. S. Denmark, on (i iI I

Mr. and *Irs- Brad Locke- Mr. 1 of Mr. Williams' sister, Airy, N. C. spent the weekend Sunday. 109 E. CALL STREETS

1 and Mrs. Don Neel. Mrs. JoAnn '; trs. Marion W. Bomar of New-"I with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. I Mr. and Mrs L. D. Vimng and I

SATURDAY, AUGUST 25 York and Jerry Harris spent Sun- ; ark, N. J. Mrs. Bomar was a frequent .1 Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson Mrs. Joe Wilson were vacatIOn-

DOUBLE FEATURE day at Jacksonville Beach. j visitor in Starke and had I Sr. entertained at a family din. ing the past two weeks at West Any Old Watch -- Regardless of Makeor

Mr and Mrs. Raymond Knightand j I many friends who will regret to t I ner party Sunday honoring the. Jefferson N. C.

children of Orangeburg. S. C. 'learn of her death. birthday anniversary of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and Condition is Worth Money at Gem

ROCK ISLAND I |I were ,'isitors'ednesday of last:'I Mr,. Drew Reddish gave a I i John Anderson. Eight members of" family were visiting M.Pgt and

week of Mrs. L. S. Hutto and 1 birthday party last Friday afternoon the family enjoyed the affair. Mrs. R. ('. Long in Columbus. Ga Jewelry on any Elgin Watch

/ family for her son Stan who was!-L, Mai da Lee Rooney of Jacksonville last week.

TRAIL 1 1A Half Trice Ire.s Clearance Sale!,, one :year oid. The party, which is the guest this week ol f: I Mrs. Joe Wilson is spending a
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PRODUCTION thin Friday and Saturday at I was held at the Carleen William!* ,!I Beth Smith. I few days this week with her sister SEE HOW YOU SAVE ON THESE

RIWBOC LF.I LA'S. I I cottage' on Kingsley Lake was!" \ Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes ami l:I I Mrs. S. T. Dell S> in Gaines

Mrs. Carrie Ritth is in Miami i I| enjoyed by seven youngsters. Mrs 1 i daughter. Martha, of Winter Hav-

ANDvoumoovs 1: for two weeks visiting her son,II I Reddish was assisted by Mrs. Randall 'I','en i and Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Barney Mi Rae I II Gent's Elgin $71.50 Ladies Elgin $49.75

I N. T. Ritch. and family. Chitty. j spent the weekend with I Sr., John Powell Mrs Cary Naz- Trade-in

I' Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie>1| Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawsori' 1i, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. worth and Merry Beth Crawford 28.50 Trade-in 20.00

HOST Darby, and Mrs. Carrie Ritth '! went to Auburndale on Tuesday tc 1'' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Dunn visited Mr. and Mrs. McRae Jr A

mmviCIKtSI have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. 1 get their daughters, Sally ami'II of Bangor Maine are guests this in Lake City on SundayMr. Your Cost $43.00 Your Cost $29.75
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I L. E. Jordon and son Harold, of Pamela who have been visiting; I! week of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray and] Mrs. R. O. Danstv and
Ovieda last Friday and Mrs. C. relatives in Auburndale and Tamp 1 I mond.
t son. Mickv. spent Sunday in Wes-
i C. Mendoza and daughter. Miss I' for the past two weeks. .1 Wayne Mundorff was the guest connett visiting Mr. and Mrs R Gent's Elgin $65.00 Ladies Elgin

Gloria Johns of Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. Sam GiKispie; of!i: of Roger Milligan at the Milligan J. Andrews. Barbara Jean An- $39.75

Thursday. ;Fort Mead, Mr. and Mrs. M. I cottage on Santa Fe Lake last drews returned with the Dansbysfor Trade-in 25.05 Trade-in 14.00

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and I', Mashburn and two children of f'wetk.'i This week Wayne is visiting a week's visit. I

son. Robin, were vacationing last Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Dray-, Roger at his home in Jackson- I Judge and Mrs. E. K Perrv- '
Your Cost
week in Ocala and Lake Weir. | ton Colley and children of Washington -, returned $39.95 Your Cost $25.75
man Sunday from ten V
I Mrs. C. D. Williams is visitingher 1 D. C. were guests last ville.Suzie and Stevie Broadwayspent days vacation in Junaluska and

rrMVS I, niece Mrs. Charles Beckner, j week of Mis. Laura Colley. I the past two weeks with Wavnesville, N. C. These Are Just A Few Of Our Many
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\V II i in Fort Lauderdale for two weeks. Mrs. John Sale returned to her" ,' their grandparents in St. Peters- Mrs. John \\'. Griffin of Och- !

'Wm&tmmw I Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and home in Valdosta Ga. on Sunday': burg. locknee. Ga, is spending from Price Watches

children have returned to their I I after a month's visit with Mr. and I'' Miss Tillie Platt has moved to Thursday to Sunday with her I

./.star TKII fUXOMlB rtm MLJ home in Tallahassee after two 1 Mrs. Guy Sale at Kingsley Lake. :'Jacksonville where she is employed parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F I I
tow f**M NOT Mac t>MM Itm-Ira Xma4tWrUM I II weeks vacation at Kingsley Lake \ .(!
1l.hY-- OncWtKKXlira I, Prof. Corbin S. Carnell of Bethany by the Gulf Life Insurance Co. Stump.Mr. I
.. with Mr and Mrs. Inman Greenat d j Mrs. I.. C. Smith and
a t.1..e.I. abpypray/M College, West Virginia was: daughter and Mrs. Charlie Cowen : !
the Weeks cottage. !I the weekend guest of his uncle Beth, spent Wednesday to Friday
returned last Fnda\
and family
Plus "Ground (Hog: Play" Car- Mrs. Nate Dyal represented the and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. of last week in Daytona E
I! from six weeks vacation Five II
toon and Chapter No. 4 Serial Starke BPW Club at a meeting QugJey.11'. Carnell has been I ]i Bench with Mr. and Mrs. Ole i I weeks were spent touring the i UPTo4OS1LI'

Sunday afternoon of the District awarded a scholarship and will 1 I ( Graves. northwestern states and 1 last week !!

Sunday Monday Tuesday : 3-4 nominating committee at the! spend the coming school yea r'' Mrs H A Lawson and Mrs. C.. they spent in Jacksonvillr with

August 26 27, 2sNGNp'GIo 'I South Jacksonville home of the I studying at the University 01I f r'' H. Register spent Tuesday to" I Mrs Cowen's sister Mr

('hairman.Irs.. Mabel Brace. I t1orid.Irs.. Carnell and sons wit:I Thursday visiting in Tallahassee
qto I : Wayne Douglas.
Mrs Annie Kelly and Mrs. Bes- I arrive in a few days and they,' and Panama City. Miss Agnes I Gail Duke was visiting h<- OTII..\T HACK-TO-


: fie Johns spent Monday in Keystone -. St. in Gainesville. i after visiting; friends in Panama I ': derdale from Saturday to Wed I t SCHOOL WATCH OK

j Heights and at Silver Lake*. Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Milled 'I! City the pa.-t week. I nesday.Mr. r

visiting Mrs. W. S. Sibley an I and son Sammy returned Sundaj; Mrs. R. L. Bernard of Jackson. FOR FITIRE GIFTS:
i I and Mrs. Lee Fit.-h and r y
i daughter.Mrs 1 from a ten-day vacation at Or !' 'liillt' is spending the latter part: grandson. Jack McGoon. of P.usfl''

1 J. C. Cone of Brooker is mond Beach. i i of the week with Mr. and Mrs. j City Minn., are visiting their t. #'-4' 'ty-it: ,, : '. __ -_ .__'.' '.. .d'J.:: ,'.:_.. ._: ::. =: _;.:.
"spending, this week with her Mis. Dolph Reddish and son, !i M. M. Smith and fa'mily.
I daughter, Mrs. J. C. Fogg and
daughter Mrs M. F. Hazen, and Greg of West Palm Beach ei\[i Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr." | ;
family. Mr. Fitch will return to
Mr Hazen. j visiting her parents Mr. andIrs i. I I gave a family dinner party Tiles S
Rush City next week while Mrs
Mr and Mrs. I G. Harris and I D.V.. Carpenter, for severa I day evening to celebrate the birth.1
Fitch and grandson will remain Ir.
(children have been vacationing: weeks while S-Sgt. Reddish is or id.iy] anniversary of Mrs. Yawn's II !
BHOWANIJUNCTION .
;, for several weeks. S.
the past two weeks at Jacksonville temporary duty in Savannah, Ga {; mother. Mrs J. T. Caldwell ol f S

,, Beach Fitzgerald and Brox- with the Air Force. I the State Farm. Helping to celebrate Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Rhode Sew
and two sons of Newfoundlandarrived
ton. Ga. i I Mr and Mrs. Norman Linzeji r the occasion were Mr. Caldwell -
last Saturday to spend
Mrs. O. W. Barry of Brooker is i ''of Fort Lauderdale were visiting:" and daughter. Frances and
several days with Capt. Rhodes'J ,
spending this week with her Sheriff and :Mrs.: P. D. Reddish I1 the Yawn children.
I sister. Mrs G. J. "leG riff. Jr and
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IilfJj : daughter Mrs. J. E. Hardy and I on Monday. I J D. Seymour and sons Doug
( : i Mr. McGnff, and Mrs. D. A. Mon- !
family. The Hardys also had as i Port Harrison of Savannah. Ga. and Harold attended the professional |i
in COLOR and CINEMASCOPE! teith. !
i Sunday visitors, Mr. and Mrs. C visiting his cousin Jimmy Lawson ,, football game in Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mrs Yan'eJ
C Deas of Haines City. this week. ] Saturday night. a.rris
AVAGARDNERSTEARTCRANGER I and daughter. Carol of Washin'- ;

i ,, ton. D. C. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of

Gainf>s'i1and! Mrs. H L. Speer

[R f ,'of Pahokee were we'kendlests I('
EDDY HARTMANN ANNOUNCESTHE
I of Mr and Mrs. G. J. McGriff. i iFr. iI y. R

..jlll lRAvrRS. ;:;; I .. Mr and Mrs. Lex Green and I II IMr.
and Mrs. Charles Harris. !

Plus "Pickle Pu.vs". Cartoon OPENING OFKeen I, Mrs Lucian Bassett left last r
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week for New York City to visit 4 h

Wednesday Thursday. Friday I her motht>r.inlaIrs.. Irene >

August 29 :30: 31 I Fowler before sailing for her

home in Livorno. Italy Mrs. Bas- t'
Crdft I sett has been the guest of Mr ,

I and Mrs. Rene' Garcia of Camp:

tj Was Hildat I I I weeks.Blanding for the past seven''II ;


I Mrs G. K. Bennett and son.

Crane Really $ (tie Kern of Orlando will spend the

next two weeks at the Weeks | WHAT!

cottage on Kingslev Lake. '! 1
A ?
Tramp j jI Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Brown i MMBMMe

I, _A Catering To Special Custom Built Cabinets, .!' are Smoky vacationing Mountains this N. week C. in the j jMr. | wash dishes?

and Mrs. Roy Danforth Of

Repairs And Fixtures Atlanta were overnight guests

Wednesday of last week of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Chasteen. Better Half: Yes you' I'm no galle) date!

Mrs Richard May and daughter. Husband: Tired of this routine.
ALSO
Melodv of' Hampton spent

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Better Half: Same here. Know an answer Practical UK

BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRLet Robert Barksdale. Husband: Maid's too expensive.
%-4
Cs Mr and Mrs. W.V.. Thurman

ra and family of Wood ville. Miss., Better Half: Automatic electric dishwasher isn't

., ." Us Fiber Glass Your Boat former Ftarke residents, were Husband: Give me rundown,
guests last week of Dr. and Mrs.A. r

20m Century For presents Y. Covington.
Better Half: Easy Scalding hot water does better job keep
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Friends of XT W. Lance will ]hands Sates
Hilda pretty time Neater kitchen. More
Crane regret to hear that h has been txEMn* **
-4* work area. Protect good china. fine glasware.
confined in a hospital in Way-
CINEMAScoPE' Husband: Easy on pocketbook?
,, cross. Ga. the past two weeks.
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Call Us At 52-J For Estimates Better Half: Easy on us, too Dealer's oven now
g., n PIE cross with her husband. was home
II II" '" 'NNN "II"'I" '" '" Husband
aYNNIy Car
SIMMONS! MADISON N AUMONT for the weekend. ; keys, please'

., Capt. and Mrs Argin Boggu
\11 WITH .
tvc.:? sum )MKIollucrt : I
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t| HERBERT B SOPt Jt .","tt.. LOCATED AT S3S NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE and Mr and Mrs. Steven Piper
(0 tto SCNAiiw w 0.:11I: e, PrilliP Uh\t I and son. Steve of Fort Benning. : "LIVE BETTE R. [: :CR ICALL Y!"
At f .
''( i, StasCe 1Afto.AJs.: I
STARKE FLORIDA Ga. \\'erguests several days last -

Y" I week of Mr and Mrs. Jim Chas- ". -
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teen at the BrowrJee cottage, St i

J Plus "Heaven Scent" Cartoon Your Patronage Appreciated Augustine Gerrv Gibson Beach.visiting relatives !I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 'l '


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-- Mrs. Coleman Padgett and family.Mr. 1 be for two weeks. !i Tetstone and family andrs.. '1 I .\OTIt TO APPEAR .the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I and file the original tn the office of 01 1 ice each week for four consec'itHeeeks
''Ia Circuit. Court. Bradford Count before the the Clerk of me Circuit Court on a in the Bradford County Tele-
: and Mrs. J. W. Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Denmark I I Ruby Allen and family were visiting j i I Florida In Chancery. I U' day (.f September. IC'js; I or before the K:raph

Ethel and T. J., Marvin and Ruth ;and Mr. and Mrs. D. Ponsell and : Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tetstone'in '' Trudy Elsie May Plaintiff.. Henry otherwise the allegations of said I I".' day 11 S, ]i" l.r.\ : :. ;,' p.'. 1 !!. .> il.iv f A"- .-' 'C.- "
BROOKER ': O. May, Defendant.Case. Complaint will be taken as confessed I tht-ru.-e the a.e.th, ris ii? said C IF'ltL L\i.I Char: A. Part": .
Mann, all of Brooker. daughter of Jacksonville spent the Gainesville Sunday.Mr. No. 10-n:0 | by you. I Complaint.l: t>e idht-n d;. cunfessSU (,':.fk f the Ort: ut; >t' .r:

Knhal To Begin day with Mr. and Mrs J. C. lIar- and Mrs. H. E. Stokes, :Mrs.T. : Nnttrr To Appear. This notice shall t>e publishedonce I'V > nil B..y JI.ir.dn L.r' ,.sl>y, >>< !I'-"y' C-rk:
each week for four consecutive This nut.,e shall: be published r : ) it s .
By Sirs. E. B. CastlenjaAALAAAAAAL4ALaa6 The Brooker Church of Christ rel! and family last Sunday. j W. Markey, and Mrs. Hattie l.s To Mendenhall.: Henry o. :May:Oll.-".whose and"residence host' ad- 'I week in the Bradford County Tel. '

.a will begin revival services on Monday Deannie Ponsell of Jacksonville Sowell attended services at Union dress is: Route 2, Box 70, ..nd.n-I graph.fated this: : day (.Aupu.-t.. 1..>;. k _: -'__- i-1:: _- -" -- -- -U -._-=' =:_ :
two weeks with :Mr.: Church near Heilbronn hall. Miss.
27 with Thomas Akinof is spending j Baptist OFr'lCIAL SEAL Charles A. Dar y
Concluded Aug. You are hereby notified that a Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Werk
Focus '
and Mrs. J. C. Harrell and family. Sunday.
Trenton as the evangelist. '; suit for divorce alimony and res- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk VALUE OF THE WEEK AT
The Sunbeam Band of the People's Class begins atj i Mrs. D. A. Hines spent last I j i Mr. and Mrs. Perry Osteen of ; toration of maiden name s. 10 4t s : i.NOTICE
Erooker Baptist WMU met at theChurch Young week with Mr. and Mrs. :Melvin: bas been filed Against you in the I
Mrs. Doshie -
7:30, and preaching at 8. A tent ; Xewberry were visiting above named Court and cause and
:: last Saturday for their church Hines in Jacksonville.Mrs. I Preacott recently. you are required to serve a copy ot : TO APPEIIl
will be placed on the In rirrult
I Court. Bradford ( ,
'oont"F"1..rlo"lI
Christmas Tree in August. Gifts J. K. Douglas and son Pete your answer or pleading to the complaint I In Chancery.Carl SHEPHERD'SRCA
grounds. | j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Callahan on the Plaintiffs Attorney
for Indian boys and girls in Arizona are visiting this week with Mr. Alan C. Winter. Jr., 319 Florida E'luard Tarolton Plaintiff vs.
C. E. Creen and i and Tony Prescott of Tampa were MaryB Tarolton. l eft-nii.it.
and Mr. and Mrs. I Title Building Jacksonville 2,
were brought placed and Mr!\. Loyal Douglas and fam-
morning for visiting Mrs. Doshie Prescott and Florida.and I I Case :\'-'. 1017.7.Nollrr :
around a decorated Christmas tree family left Sunday in Charleston S. C. To 'pprar1.IrY
'II ilj file t-tlp original In the office of
week's vacation. While gone { Francis Prescott Sunday. I T..: !\ Agn.-e Tar'.ltr.n.! vi, -..
L Clerk of Circuit Court
in the auditorium. The Sunbeams Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallings the the on or .
I ,. .
to visit friends and relatives Willie Mae Tetstone spent last i before the 3 day of September, 1956; 'irc.Md n e and adI is :r.ll'i: T i-
sang several Christmas songs and I they plan [went to Jacksonville Tuesday to I otherwise the allegations of said Ian.. I'r1\e. West H\..1t'.1! : :< -

said a special prayer for Indian I in Ohio and Maryland. !i'1 purchase the new Broadman Hym-I week with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tet- \Complaint will be take. as confessed !I land. WHIRlPOOl.
You
are hereby notified that
a
children everywhere. Upon leaving Mrs. H. F. Wait and V. L. HarI,r.al Books for the Brooker Baptist stone in Starke. by you. suit for divorce
This notice shall be publishedonce
'!
the church they went to the rell of St. Petersburg were visit-,Church. I Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and I each week for four consecutive \ as been filed against you In theabove
i named Court and
cause and
home of Mrs. H. C. Douglas, where ing their mother, Mrs. Bulah lIar- j I i Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Stedham of I daughter, Glenda, are visiting Sgt. Telegraph.week in the Bradford County jou are required to serve a copy of.

they enjoyed a picnic on the lawn. rell. and family several days last I Palatka were visiting! Rev. and I and Mrs. Vernon Overturf and t[ Dated- this 1 day of An mist.- 1958. your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs the Attorney complaint

This was the climax of Sunbeam week. !Mr C. B. Stallings Sunday.Mr. i children in New Port News, Va. ( L'SEA-Ci Charies;A. Darby Fred liutltr, 1309: Barnett lan!
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Focus Week that begain Aug. 12.vMU Mr. and Mrs. Alan Raborn of and Mrs. Guy Harrell and I Mr. and :Mrs.: F. K. Sessions of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk l-'idg.. Jacksonville 2. Flor.da
'I I :and file the original In the office of fREIIIRSthe
\ MeetingPlans Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and I children were in Tampa on business -i I Wauchula spent the weekend with 8/3 4t 8/24 i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on vr

were made for the State Mrs. M. O. Harrell and Mrs. Bulah Friday. |i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nettles andfamily. In The" Circuit Court Of The" r.ighlh |before the
I 17 day of September 1956;
Season of Sept. Harrell Saturday. Judicial Circuit, la And For Ilratl- I 1
Missions Prayer :Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams and furd otherwise the allegations of said I
( uunt), I'lurida.1 I.anNo
11.12 at a meeting of the Brook- Alan Land of Pensacola visitedMr. Julian Green of Jacksonville spent I Mr. and :\[rs- w- B. Mundy of 80S1 :!Complaint eased t>y you.will be taken as con- 'I'

er Baptist WMU last Friday. Mrs.E. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and the weekend with Mr. and Mrs i Lakeland spent Sunday night with IN Ki: "'OIU'IITIIII01: TIIK FOI.; This notice shall be published |,

L. Lester had charge of the family Sunday. Nettles. I.OUIM; UI-"ntllllu: : i-iiorK.itTV lon'e each week for four consecutive ': new freezers with big features !
Mrs. new
I Dave Green. Mr. and Ralph One 1952 Uuk-k. Title No. 3569359, weeks in the Pradford County Tele. 'I
program. Mrs. M. O. Harrell Sorry to hear about the acci- : Engine Xo. 67507174 72 Model, graph.
Mrs. Allie Rae Polk and chil- We are sorry to hear that Mrs. I |
presided over the business session dent of Lloyd Barry last week. It I ; Four-Door Sedan Uoadmaiter. Dated this 9 day c.f August 197J6.: I
his dren of Trenton spent a few days Groover Thomas has been very CITATION (OFFICIALSEAL) Charles A. Darby I, Tall, slim upright freezers that take no more space than
at which reports were received seems that Mr. Barry, on ilast I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Clerk of the Circuit Court I II Ij
week with Mr. and Mrs. Edd week in the Ala- the
ill and a refrigerator-and food
spent flavor
from the Young People's Directoron tractor was crossing the railroadat I Mr. John L. Henderson.Vhit... I j By Marian L, Crosby, Deputy Clerk average keep at its
Auxiliaries. A near the depot, S. Polk and family. Also visitingthe I chua General Hospital in Gaines- Florida And All PfIOJ.'IIo.IS: I S. 17 4t 9 7Mvrirt jt-ak! This one holds 518 pounds of frozen food yet takes
the work of the the crossing
AND
'I Polks this week were Lorrine ville. We do she will be well POISPOUATIO.VS O\VN1X: I 29' of floor See it
hope only And
how
; space. now. sec easily
special meeting will be called for but "Peggy, local SAL engine, I HAVI.VC ou ri.Ai.Mi.vr; AX IXTEUEST : TO APPRAR
and Circle on down that track at Johnson of Ft. Myers, Mr. and : :: IX OU LIEN OX TIm In Clrrult Court, llradford County, you can own it on our easy budget ,plan.(
business program was coming j Mrs. C. J. Tetston of Starke, and soon.Mr. AlSOVn DCt tinE!) PROPERTY.YOU j Florida: In rhnnrrrr.'Joseph .
Sept. 18 at the home of Mrs. Melba the same time. Just as Mr. Barry I and Mrs. D. M. Starling Jr. AND EACH OF YOU are 't La ('orto>. I'lainllrr."S.. J, n-
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Stokes of '
almost off the tracks "Peg I I ana family of Jacksonville were I hereby notified that the above described nie La Corte. Defendant.
Green. was Edgar property has been seized. Case :'0. 10-17!"! -v. -S.
Birthday Dinner gy" gave him a slight; nudge. and visiting Mrs. Groover Thomas I under and by Irtue of Chapter DO:.', :.Noiler To Appear e.a-- -
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk spent _
Mr. 'I Florida Statutes as amended, and is To: Jennie La Corte. who.. .e r. -
Lloyd Padgett celebrated hia quite a scare too. Barry last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. now in the possession of the Board : dence and address !-' I lIh,. <\\ i.

47th birthday anniversary with a I wasn't hurt much and says he Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cobb and II of County Commissioners of this You are hereby notified that a
arvin Stokes in .
big dinner at his home last Sun- feels lucky just to be able to walk Edgar.Mr. children of West Palm Beach are I County, and you, and each of you, I suit for divorce I
and Mrs. K R. Lester and I are hereby further notified that a I has been filed against yo j m theiabove

day. Those attending were Mr. around again. family have just returned from a spending a few days with her parents petition, under said chapter, has named Court and cau-,' and
of Heilbronn been filed in the Circuit Court of you are required to serve a copy of t
Everett and Norman
Mrs. Yvonne
and Padgett Mr. Mrs. Tim Thomas.Mr. '
and I
pleasant week's vacation. While the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and your answer or pleading to the
family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and her mother, Mrs. Eva lIar- for IVadford County. Florida seeking mpl.iint on the Plaintiff's Attornev
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Clarence ThomasMr.
away they H. C. P.aldwin. I'. O. I 1.\!. 1", !. I
Waters and daughter of Gainesville are spending the week at the forfeiture of the said property -
I tell A. Lester and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. Benny Thomas Jr., and you are hereby directedand Gaines IlIe Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Cowart Salt ,and file the original In the office
| Springs. required to file your claim. if
McGee and other relatives in and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Coitett
and family of Heilbronn Springs. | James Harrell left Saturday to any you have and show cause, on lof the Clerk of the Circuit Court ui.
i Louisburg N. C. On the all of Gainesville the weekend before the
waybat.k spent 'I or before August 29, 1956, if nit
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waters and enter Army reserve Training Campat home they visited Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Benny. personally served with process 3 day of September. 19',.;; tk.t--
family of Lake Butler, Mr. and Fort Benning Ga. where he will"Here's herein and within twenty il.iv.- I otherwise the allegations of sail
Mrs. O. M. Green in Kings Mountain. Thomas.
j I frum personal ycrvii-e if personally Complaint will be taken as confessed

Barbara Sue aDd Dickie Davis served with process htrem.h} said by you.
notice shall
I property should not \>? foreitcd pursuant This be published
Mrs. J T. Taylor and sons and I have returned to their home after to said chapter. Should you fail 'tince each week for four consecutive
-'-- Mrs. file claim herein (weeks In the BRADFORD COUNT: ..
I Luther Tindall of Palatkaere spending a month's vacation with I to as directedjudgement lTELEGKAP.il. $ ,
will be I
entered
herein
-I. \\ visiting Mr. and Mrs Roy their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. against you in; due course. Personsnot 1 Dated this :26 day of July. 1':..,
(OFFICIAL SEAL; Charles A. Daroy
Green Thursday.Mr. I I personally served with
R. J. Waters, in Dundee.Mr. processmay Clerk of the Circuit Court

and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and and Mrs. L. Z. Williams of;. for forfeiture obtain a filed copy herein of the from petition the I Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerks -I_

son of Melbourne spent the week- Dundee were visiting friends and I undersigned Clerk of Court. I, j 4t 1Mvrin

end with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest relatives at Brooker and Lake "WITNESS my hand and seal of : in < ur.niTiiitsIn :
the above mentioned court at The Court Of 1 hr I entity Judge;
Russ.Mr Butler Saturday.Mr. tarke, Florida, this August "tb. llradford ('"uol", F'lurid.-,,

I and Mrs. Lloyd Clark were and Mrs. G. W. Davis spent 1956. In I'rubatr.In ::: ;

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Corbett CIIAKLES ... D.\JBY.CI..rk re: Estate (.f Ri. hard .-'iph1Fernandez ; _
last week with Mr. and Mrs. R. Circuit Court Deceased.To _
Home and family in Lake City J. Waters and other relatives in IY Marian L. Crosby All (reililor and IVrsonx lla- -

Sunday.Mr. Dundee. Deputy Cierk I. ins ( 'Iii",,, .r 1I.aod"11110,1;
aid KMalei:
8,10 3t S24AOTHI
and Mrs. E. Clark of Miamiare I -
You and tach of In .
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizell and -- yon are rchynotified .. _
T spending this week with Mr. : (,)0' IMCTIOVBE and required to pr.nt .ti\ '
I daughters are spending this week I ,
I claims and demandslmh
,
a .. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark and Den- I I IT KOWTHAT I, P.. A. > "u > : J'
either of
I at Salt Springs.Mr. ,C.RAY, SECRETARY OF STATE OF you may haxe against tin- '
1
nis Hodge. estate of Richard Stephen F-rn.in-
and Mrs. G. W. Davis and : TilE STATE OF FLOID.LlO N1
r Mr. and Mra George Tetstoneand HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT AGENERAL (dez deceased late of said C..iintv, i ;ie1
family were luncheon guests of I II EI.ICTJOWILL:: PE I to the County Judge of Hi.ulfnnl
family Mr. and Mrs. County, Florida his off
Shirley at i. e in tlic
I HELD IN BRADFORD
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and COUNTY I .
court house of said
I County ;.t
STATE OF FLORIDA OX TUESDAY
in Starke. Florida within eight calendar
,. family Apopka Sunday. -
NEXT
d'- __._ ._ .. __ ._ SUCCEEDING THE FIRSTMONDAY I months from the time of the
j Dick and Truby Tetstone were NOVEMBER., A. D. .
I I first publication of thlIItI... F.". II
I!':;6. TIlE SAID TUESDAY BEINC!
usiting Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Tet' claim or demand shall be in writing ; -

\ COLONIALFLORIST stone m Jacksonville Sunday. j I I THEMXTII 1) \\' or :%tI\ iiiitit I and and shall post state office the adilre.of place i.rrtsidence
For Piesident of the United StateFor "
I Mr and Mrs. Victor Jones and I I I Vice President of the United the claimant, and shall be sworn tol
I States 'h l ) the claimant his agent or attorney -
daughter.'I..kie, spent Sunday
| and any such claim or demand -
: For United States Senator from Door clone holds 72 pockogei. Fait freezing all over. AD! food is
in Cedar Key.Mr. I the State of Florida I I not so filed shall be \uid.Signed. < !
and Mrs. Clyde P.aulerson For Representative in Congress of I Eva L. Fernandez Juice diipcnter at top holds 12 cans releases either directly on or directly below fast'
I the Sth Congressional District As Administratrix of the Estate one at a time. Two package dispensers : freezing surfaces. Handiest shelves and
and daughter of Clermont are I For Four (4) Justices of the Supreme of Richard Stephen Fernandez. and another shelf. roll-out boskets!
spending this week with Mrs. Court deceased.
PHONE 218 First publication August ', 1!>:T,6.; .
For GovernorFor
Rufus Green and Mr. and Mrs. I _
8/3 4t V-4
Secretary of State


(j) ,I Richard:Mrs.: Jettye Raulerson.Hazen was visiting For State Commissioner ComptrollerFor TreasurerFor of AgricultureFor .In fin-nit:\O'lIf'l10 4...u.t. n.ndl..rd Ai-riiui('..aat,.

...
I'loriila In ( hamerf.Jnanita .
her sister. Mrs. C. J. Strickland, Attorney General
!Shu' .
*. I'Ial1ltlff.'s. James
For Superintendent of Public In-
in Gainesville Sunday. .structionFor P.. Shue, Defendant. i

FLOWERSFor Anette Green spent Friday :, Railroad and Public Utilities Case No. 10-1724
I II
>olli-r To AppearTo
Commissioner
a t tip for wives who manage All Occasions night and Saturday with Inez For State Attorney Sth Judicial : James R. Shue whose residence i.
1 Hare in Micanopy. I,Circuit and addr You are hereby notified that a suit
money: Every payday, before I go shopping, DISH GARDENS i Mrs. Lilly Cone is spending this atorial For State District Senator' for 15th Sen-. for divorce and restoration of __ _

| week with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. For 1 Member of the House of maiden name ,
has been fried against you In the Alr-ieal door keeps warm air out, High-density glass fiber Insulatior
I always make a deposit in my savings accountat POTTED PLANTS Hazen in Starke. I RepresentativesFor County Judge above named Court and cause and holds cold air in,tight os con be Air-seal (or both chest and upright)wont let foe

the | Mrs. Theo Dyal pent most of For Clerk of the Circuit Court you are required to serve a copy of.' lids on chest freezers, too. lids counterbalanced temperature vary more than 2 thougi .
bank. It's an habit to learn your answer or pleading to the
easy once POTTERY
For Sheriff varies to 800.
to room temperature
I i last week visiting relatives in complaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney easy open. up
For County Assessor of Taxes Green & Green, Starke Florida. I
you get started! Tampa. While there she attended For Tax CollectorFor
Flowers WiredAnywhere 1 and file the original In the office
County Superintendent of
: the Adams-Jackson wedding. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,
Public InstructionFor
I or before the 3 day of September.' ,
,
: Supervisor of RegistrationFor 1956; otherwise the allegations of ,

NEXT PAYDAY, STOP IN AT OUR BANK AND START YOUR I I YO(".I.. IX)VE the nv Kster- For County:3 Members Surveyor of the Poard of confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken as''I

Nona St. Starke 1 brook purso-si/p fountain j .-ns inIastt.I County CommissionersFor This notice shall be publishedonce
:2
SAVINGS Members of the CountyLi..trI
ACCOUNT BEFORE YOU START SPENDING! I each week for four consecutive
1
shules.On1y 'JJ)8 at Brad of Public InstructionFor weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ,
I I Justice of the Peace in and
.
_. .,.;i. ." ford County Telegraph. graph.
I I for the following Districts, Viz: Dated this I day (if Augu't. 1356.
i-s (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby <
I For Constable In and for the fol- Clerk of the Circuit Court
lou rig Justice "IHriet'jz 1-8 By Marian L. Crosby Denuty Clerk ,I'I
$50 $100 $300
NEED CASH? -- -- --
In Testimony Whereof. I S/3 4t 8/4: Convenient lift-out baik.t. In eft.* Guaranteed performance. Fr.. 3-
Iia\e hereunto set my hand 'I
and affixed the Great Seal freezers make food easy to file. owoft year food protection polic coven $200
PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL of the State of Florida at *oTirr TO ti'i'Ktn specially handy for smaller pockac bEach worth of food ogainst mechanical foil-

FLORIDA BANK <" STARKEgH Tallahassee, the Capital In Circuit Court Bradford County, holds 17 pounds right up front we. 5-year compressor warranty.
=J this Kliirlilnt In hnnerry.
the 23rd day of July,
MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. A. D., 1956. Jean Whirrett Cannon. Pian'iff. \ -
Thomas Cannon Defendant.
It. A. Cray.Secretary I
Member Florida National Group Of State. Case No. 1017C4Notice
218 W. University Are. Phone FR6-5333 8/10 4t 8/C1 : To Appear
j To Thomas Cannon. i-- r. .
Gainesville, Fla. I I dence and a 'O'lll: or p.i.r.rTinv You are hereby notified tnat a ,
I I. William T. Jackson, Mayor (.f ': sjit for dm r' .: _
Starke. Florida by virtue of the has: been fil.-d againstoii in the rrF.1a.
auth"rlly't"Il'd in me I by law. do alt,, named Court and i.tu-- u riou
I hereby call an election to be belli \ ( ,ire r--'iii'r.(1'/' fr. M II' .1 j I"> ,,; :
at the Fire Station in the afop. said, :> i>iir, answer I nr piadmg t.., 1111' "...m- .
town by the qualified \iitt is in p'.i.nt on the Plaintiff's Attorney ;
Tuesday September 11, 195ii.; fr tI h., I ',or. i J.\ .1 J ;.. i: JI i iI -
purpose of fleeting the !,.ju\lIIb! I I- i.l.l .:, .J.! ... i

CREATESIIGALIE'VERI officers: .
-- --
imtiiI.IIIKM: I\KS: \\ 1,011'ro -<.-. ._ ..__-___.__, n' ,,

Inspectors for said lection:
Charles A. Hardy, STROBO'SGARAGE
A. L. Crosby, Jr.,
Mrs. Glenn Duke. j
i' Ray Stone, i

Shellie A. Hall. ;I
In testimony whereof I hereunto
; subscribe my name and cause the GENERAL REPAIRS
I I I seal of the said town to be bert unto
affixed this 7th. day of August I Automobile Pulpwood
: A. D. 1956.OFFICIAL. I ,

( SEAL) Motors And Lawn Mowers.
WILLIAM T. JACKSON, Mayor

ATTEST: RCA WHIRLPOOL chest freezers give you lots of storage
CARL JOHN City "OrK; ON S-100A TWO
8,10 5t S, 7 space for very little money. Fast-freezing coils Ion all

\ o..It'I10 .U'PE' BLOCKS OFF 301 SO. inside surfaces; lock in the flavor; perfect temperature \

I In Circuit Court Bradford County, ,J- -- : control never lets it go. This one holds 560 pounds-all
t-'loridns In < bnnrrry. -_-t __ :._ __ 700
within reach. Other models hold 420 to pounds.
easy
Louise C. Verroca (Garri, Plantiff! ,
vs. Earl II. Uarris Defendant -
Case No. lu-17.: ; --__ CHEST FREEZERS UPRIGHTS
:Notice To AppearTo
: Earl II. Harris wh,.,e r<"-.- Wash Your Clothe \s Low $ Start
dence and address i is: 401S L'art 299* $389.98TV

Seak. Street Portsmouth, Virginia.You As .\1 '
are hereby notified That a
>Pounds
II
D\I".o suit for

"ENCHANTED NIGHTS" MATTRESS : SIEEPGOIDEM Divorcehas been filed against you In the I II

above named Court and cause and For 40c!
BUTTONFREETOP.No BunonsNo Bumps, No Lumpsl I 5 AI-It you are required to serve a copy of :
your answer or pleading to the I

Yes, you asked for it! When Sealy ran this Extra high call count! :. '' _ complaint attorney.I on the Plaintiff FREE Bleach If Desired ServiceAll

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FRIDAY, .U'(. 'ST 21, 1956: BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA '
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TT T TTT TTTT T T TT T TT TTTTT T be elected at our next meeting -- -- -
fffTffTTYVYYTTYTTTTVTTT* Mi Clellan AFB in California.: :Mr. and Mrs J. T. Padret.: ari:
OOR NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED which will be held on Friday night. 'j Jim Moore the I
I Aug21.. is in convalescent Mr. and Mrs Maikilec ridge: I

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy finer Roast LAWTEY\ home Mason Manor, in Jackson-' of Clay Hill. !
\iie; His health has improved Mr. and :Mrs. David Moore ari
CHURCHES Ozora J. Shell There w.l be a special gather- .
some. Mrs. Will Edwards ot .la. k"-:
ing and weiner roast at the Max By Mrs. Joyce T. Futiu j jtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I .
L A A A A A A I .... .-.-.-.-. .-. .-.-.VUAI'reSthoid ville Civic Club on Friday night .! Jeff Griffis of Highland and :' ville. and Mr. and M l: B"<."
Mr. and Mrs. Les Prevatt and Moore of Burlington. N Cl" :c
Test -('01..." SipDunng Apr. 24. beginning at 6 o'clock. j I I I
In order to be a good student!' the opening session of The public is invited. Just bring Miss Janet Stougton of Jacksonville -j family of the State Farm were ,|i visiting the Fred t.l.r's ia>:
''
At The TabernacleThose iVIelhodist' Church is her ,'ousin.liss visiting Mr. Mrs. Willie Grit week.
visiting and
I in school a child must be in good I the pre-planning conference the your own weiners and buns and
I I health. It is the duty of all parents teachers and guests from Union i' the club will furnish the drinks. Diana Thomas. I fis last Sunday. Mrs. Lulu Donty and F A.
attending ; Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Morning Miss Elizabeth I spent last week at Ja'ks\On\!
There will also be Terry spent Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson- !
to see that your child is I County and Tallahassee were complimented 1 some entertainment -
night se vice at the I Worship 11 a.m., sermon''i I Tuesday and Wednesday in Ft. i ville is I 1 Beach with the Milton Jenkins
'well before sending him to n hool.I with a refreshing Coca- by our own local talent. spending some time with
nacle were shown "How We Receive Faith." MFY I All students should be carefully Cola through the courtesy of the I Please come and let's all enjoy White with her aunt Mrs. Blanche her parents. Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. (; family.

of Columbia, South recreation, 6:15 p.m., MYF' sup-I I checked by the family doctor before Manager Groover of the bottling i), ourselves.Mrs. TelT)'. I Harley. j J Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp's son

the :Missionary per 6:45: p.m., MYF Worship I I starting back to school. company of Starke. This is just ,. Dorothy Waters has re- :Mr. and :Mrs. H T. :Markham Mrs. Joyce Futch. Terry Futch. Everett Burney and wife, of Jacksonville -

by :Miss Phyllis Program, 7:15 pm. Union Service According to Dr. A. Y. Covington one of the very fine gestures of 'turned home from the Duval Medical and family of Gainesville were and Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch | visited her last Saturday:

returned Missionary at 8 p.m. will be held in the I I director of the Health Unit the Coca-Cola Bottling Company 1 Center, but is still confined to Sunday guests of Mrs. Mark- were shopping in Jacksonville Mrs. Lulu Dority and Mrs Sapp

Ecuador. Presbyterian Church. Rev. Sher-I of Bradford County, and Supt. H. of Starke in the interest of ed her bed. We wish her a speedy re- ham's parents Mr. and Mrs. Dan Friday.Mr. I visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pie-

Some out-of-state wood, minister of the Christian P. Morgan, a complete physical I ucation. Each year they give Icovery.I I Starling.Mrs. ]l and Mrs. Henry Wainwright I II vatt Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

tended the Sunday Church, will bring the message. check-up to see that a child is thousands of rulers, pencils, tab- I Misses Patsy and Barbara Gid- Johnny Jenkins and familyof had as Sunday guests Mr. and and Mrs. E L. Kelly! an !

vice and several healthy is a pre-school require- lets and other useful articles to dens returned to their home in Tampa stopped by to see Mr. Mrs. Wendell Rhoden and son! family, who were enroute front:

Corbin S. Carnell, of Presbyterian Church ment. A child with any type of school children. Many thanks to Avon Park last Friday after and Mrs. O. J. Anders .last Satur- David of Ocala. and Mr. and Hawaii to visit their parent. ;p

lege.:: Bethany, W. I illness cannot be expected to get Manager Groover and his staff several weeks visit with their day afternoon, as th'y're en- Mrs. Roscoe Johns of Jacksonville. I New River, stopped to ;see Mrs;

nephew and house Friday-Adult Choir Practice, along well in normal school con- for this and all other courtesies aunt, Mrs. Lucille Griffis and sister route to Jacksonville.The I They all attended the Durban- Margaret Kelly last Ftuia\i -

and Mrs. J. T. I 8 p.m.; Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; ditions. A child who cannot see' they have extended to our group''!': :Mrs. James Coleman. I: O. J. Phillips family with,I Wainwright wedding Sunday af- William Matney Jr.. a senior at

inspiring word of Morning Worship Service 11 a.m.; the blackboard should be carriedto through the years. SupervisorShell. We are all glad to learn that 'I :Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips); ternoon. I U. S. Naval Academy at Ann.ip-[ ,-
assisted in the music. I Union Evening Worship Service the nearest eye doctor for I i i little Cheryl Higginbotham is getting and the E. W. Tillis family of!j Mrs Perry Davis is in Doctor's lis, was the weekend guest of [rand

present at Bible 8 p.m.. Communion Service at treatment. Excellent medical serv- Final Rites Impressive along nicelyafter her re- Waldo, enjoyed a picnic at Lake|!! Hospital in Starke. Mrs Nell Dryden :Mrs. H. H. Hamilton

the adult Bible ( First Presbyterian Church, mes- ice is available in Staike and The last rites for the late Mar- ,|j I cent burns. Santa Fe last Friday evening j i I of Jacksonville visited her'I Wendell Kelly and 1-.1: | Mott. his
tion of B. E. :! sage by Rev. J. E. Sherwood; vicinity so have your children I zella Barnes were held last Thursday -I|' We regret that G. W. Brown is The Edwin Starlings returned | mother Monday. j ji i I Ii room mate at Southern c.>iles..

feature of the Tuesday-7:30 p.m., Executive)i checked before school opens on at Ebenezer Baptist Church. I having to spend another week in Friday tram Miami where'"Mr. i Mr. arid :Mrs. Marvin Warren ofi| are visiting in :Maplewond.: .I
vocal trio
composed RELIEF'I Board of Women of the Church; Tuesday, Sept. 4. Rev. "V. J. Strong officiating. Rev. i j the hospital and wish him a Starling and Weldon had been Jacksonville were weekend guests ,, While away they will attend Un

Johns, Lee and 8 p.m.. Monthly meeting of Women 1're-School ManningOn Moses, who presided, was very i:! quick lecovery.j employed for several weeks. I j,, of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren. i Phi Sigma Kappa Convention! .:-.
panied at the piano of Church 20 :j and Mrs. E. D. Higginbot- Mr. Mrs. J. | :Mr. and Mrs Frank Sweat and Montana.Mr. .
the ; Wednesday- Monday, Aug. at 9a. gracious in presenting all par- ; and O. Boyette of
nell.Mrs. Chas.Other visitors I Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Thurs- m. pre-school planning began at I ticipants. He read a beautiful i! ham and, son John, and Mrs. Valdosta, and Mr. and Mrs. son of Jacksonville spent Sunday I and Mrs. Jack E.stesw<>

State and Arwig Mrs. i day-Junior Choir Practice, 3:30: RJE. The opening sessions were tribute to her from the Scott ,i! Janie Higgintotham were busi- mond Williams of RaY-I) with Mrs Sweat's parents. lr'l in Jacksonville Monday to see MiEstes' ..

Canada who I p.m. held in the cafetorium with Mrs.! I Family of Starke where she had j I ness visitors in Jacksonville Tues- were weekend guests:: of the Ed and Mrs. Carl Carter. I doctor. Friends of Mrs
Testimonies., gave j'I i I M. E. Roberts presiding in the worked and cared for their chil-l| day. I Durbans, and attended the Dur-I Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwrighthad I Estes will be glad to know th.r
I CHURCH OF CHRIST morning and Mrs. M. L. Paul in dren. Mrs. Susie Trapp was the I Mis. D. J. Parrish and sonlDa.id | ban-Wainwright wedding Sunday as recent guests Mrs. Alice she will be teaching:: this year

YOU'LL LOVE C. L Overturf Jr. Minister the afternoon.. Mr. Morgan ad- I only woman to speak in her behalf I/ and daughter:: Jo Ann, afternoon.Mrs. I Langford and son. Maurice, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Monu; ,.ofSe.iIle
1 ; were visitors in Jacksonville Mon Lacy Sweat of Lake Butler Mrs. are the
brook dressed the teachers and extended and paid her a glowing:: trib- Mary Reddish had as occupying Joy "
purse-size I Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. a warm welcome to the old and ute a* former president of the Mt. day.Mrs. j guests: during the weekend Mr. Daisy Lipham and son of Dade Futch apartment. Mrs Mon i ,-
pastel shades.Only $
ford County '' Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve'ning new ones. His initial point and Sinia Womens Home :Missionary : C. B. Nolan and son. Billy, I and Mrs. Roy Reddish and Mr. City, Miss Judy Wainwright:: oft I will be the first grade teacher

Worship 7:30 Bible p. m. 7:30 most important one was regular I Society. Rev. Strong preached out and Miss Patty Parrish were and Mis.: Raymond Dairy of Webster Jacksonville, the Louie Lee Wain- 1 here this year.
Study
I Wednesday attendance of students. :. of his soul and asked the family business visitors in Gainesville I. Mrs. Nellie O'Steen of Tam- wrights of the State Farm, and !i The Joe Shuford famiu of S-
GOT A ,I.m.( I to Monday. Mrs. John Cone Miss Carol Barrow and Jack I Augustine were weekend guest,
| Radio program "Old Paths" Other highlights in the morn- stop screaming and crying:: be- I pa of Brooker
I cause he Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- Mrs. Lou Norman of Heilbronn, Wainwright Waycross.. Ga. I of Mrs John Shuford an.i ItaeThe
each Sunday 9 a. m. Statio ing session included a solo by was doing as she had ,, '
SUMMER WDVH. Mrs. Beulah J. Lennon followedby requested, and he wanted them to ]I botham and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. :1 Mrs. Marvin Hazen, and Mrs. Eve, Friends of Lonnie Futch will ,,j Joe Starlings the Mei.sur
1 I spiritual enrichment by Rev.E. hear about her wonderful Christian I Higginbotham and sons were !I Godwin of Starke. be glad to know that he has I Privetts, and Mr. and Mrs Charle>

BAPTIST CHURCH L. Walker, pastor of Mt. life and try to pattern their lives guests of Mr. and Mrs. George I i Mrs. G. W. Durham of Jacksonville accepted the principalship at !j' Starling and daughter enjoyed i
TAKE AIR PARK Carter on Clay Hill Sunday. Brooker School this ,! shrimp at the home of Mr
year. supper
Pisgah A.M.E. Church. Visitors after her. She made that same request and :Mrs. C. E. Strick-
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning present included:; Mis. :Minnie I j I of the choir in which she Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellurn of: land were Thursday guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Ru'fus Prevatt, 1| and Mrs. Smith in Mandann U-:
Worship services 11 a.m I I I Jacksonville visited Mr. and :\lrs.1 I Mr. and Mrs. C. Yarbrough, Mr.i i l Saturday.
Hall Fields, Specialist in Elemen- sang for many years. In the absence sisters. Miss Elizabeth Terry and
6 6 6 Training Union 6:45: p.m. Eve- tary Education, State Departmentof I of Sister Lottie English, Leslie Sweat and family Monday )I' Mrs Joyce Futch. and Mrs Rowell Prevatt Mrs. 1' Mr and :Mrs. Obed I'aull.antf

ning service 8 p.m. Come and Education: )Irs. Johnson of I I Supervisor Shell sang:: her request, afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Hicks and Jim Baxley, and Mrs. Susie Pre- son, Mrs. Rob Futch and Miss'

worship with us, Philadelphia sister of Mrs. M. L.J I "I've Done My Work." Interment and Mrs. Buddy Browning; the :M. C. McAteer family were vatt attended the funeral of Mrs. Alma Pnvett were visiting Mr

Paul and several teachers of i was at Johnson Cemetery, another of Jacksonville spent the weekend!] Wednesday guests:: of Mrs. Paula Lucinda Driggers in Jacksonvilleon and Mrs. William Pringle in San-

I Union County who planned withus request to her cousin Rev. here with Mr. and Mrs. F. n.1 Nolan in Tampa. Wednesday.The ford last Thursday and FridayMr.
I
for three days. I Damon Dell, who saw that it was Coleman and family. Airman 2-c Vernon L. Teston Theodore Crews family had and Mrs. Marshall Mott

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE During the afternoon session carried out.v..m.mm..nm.. Miss Jewel Higginbotham:: isj j is spending a 10-day leave with as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. and son of Gainesville were Sun
Louie Crews of Starke. Mr. and day night of Mr. and Mra.
Supervisor Fields presented a spending this weekend with her I his parents, Mr.: and Mrs. L. G guests
I Mrs. L. G. Crews of Heilbronn, Carl Billiard.
... Teston. He has
FLA. helpful demonstration on class- sister Miss Gloria Higginbothamin completed RadarRepairman's
room management. This session Jacksonville. course at Keesler

closed after a short talk by a MAXVILLE Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and daughter AFB Biloxi Miss. and will leave
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor representative of Blue Cross-Blue Sarah Mae returned home next week for his new station at I

Jefferson and Court Streets In' The Heart of Town Shield. By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Sunday after spending the sum-I I I'

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 New Teachers I mer with her parents Mr. and Hire's and family. While there.i| HUNDREDSL
Two new teachers of RJE were AAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAABirthday Mrs. Bornstein and family in Col-'I Ray' Harris our young teenage ;:,

presented by Principal Eddie I j I Party lege Park, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Born- preacher received his license tOj I II
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Thompkins. The business 'I Mrs. Joe Lucas entertained last stein and family accompaniedthem preach. j of aetails are managed and economic-

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:43 P.M. tion teacher and secretary educa-I'I Thursday afternoon with a birth- home and remained here until .I Sharon Ennis has returned to | ally attended that only a trained aDd

Finley of Palatka a recent grad day party honoring her daughter Tuesday morning. Jacksonville after a couple week's i iI careful organization can attend when
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. uate of Florida A & M University I Susan who was celebratingher Mrs. D. B. Griffis and daughter. visit with her uncle and aunt. ,, the urgent need for serving is at

and home economics; Mrs Gloria I 3rd anniversary. Games were Karen and Mrs. Henry Griffis I I Mr. and :Mrs. H. E. Griffis. : hand.

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Chandler McFadden, also a grad,i played throughout the evening, and daughters, Dianne and Sharon -, Oscar Owens has returned from I II

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. uate of Florida A & M and the and refreshments were served. were business visitors in Jack : a months vacation spent with relatives
of and sonville Tuesday. in Blackshear, Ca. I
daughter Hamp Alter-I Those enjoying this occasion I DeWITT
mease Chandler of with Susan and her mother were Those from Maxville who have Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters andfamily C. JONES
:!
warm welcome was given these I Linda and Pamela Sue Mosley, been attending the Camp Meeting i and Mr. and Mrs. Bud I Phone 7 Starke, Fla.

IS ONE CHURCH AS GOOD AS ANOTHER? teachers by the principal, super- Wayne Sparks David Wilkinson of the Holiness Churches in Glen ,i Waters and family of Jacksonville' Funeral Director
visor and other members of the I Ronnie Mosley, Randall, Johnie,, St. Mary are Mr. and Mrs. H. E.i I visited Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy Ambulance Service

Pastor's Sermon Subject 8 P.M. faculty. The response was given' Hazel, Iris and Lessie Mae Wilkinson Griffis Mrs. Kyle Cannon and Waters and family. Our local funeral home enables u to offer conTejileaee u.f

by Mrs. Leona M. Royal, teacher I' David Parrish, : daughter. Ginger. Mr. and Irs.1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett of ervicea not otherwli av&Oable.Wa .
"Some Things To Consider In of seventh grade at RJE fOJ the Greene and Mrs. W. S. :\ Edn.1 Alfred Harris and son Ray, I Jacksonville visited Sunday with I

first time last year and end an I Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slade and ny Boy Griffis. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Mr. and Mrs. Padgett's parents, !! -
excellent job.Principal Strickland and family Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Owens and tarnish the highest service at lowest
type and
I|I family of Hampton and Mrs. Mary price,
Choosing A Church Home"First Anderson is i and Mrs. Earl Cannon and family i family. ,j ANT life Insurance
expected Mosley spent Sunday with Mr. accept policy in force, luoed by ANT
Mrs. Lealer Harris and son, Her-I Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Bob-''
to present a teacher to the group I and Mrs. Joe Lucas. Mrs. Mos- son. I company, aa payment la part or la full on a funeral.
shell. Mrs. Gladys Copeland and by, were business visitors Jack- ,
later in the week. He was highly in Connltntlon
carne
i ley remained for an overnightvisit. no eblisatiea.i .
family, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan sonville I I.
Monday.
Church praised for his work at what is .
Baptist HamptonSunday ,
now the Lawtey Junior High I Among those attending the''
School by virtue of the fact that
I
Bible School at Highland last :
School 10 A.M. Morning\ Service -11 A.M.: he will have grades one to nine! week were Mrs. Dorothy Kilgoreand It.
at his school center this I
year. family, :Mr. Joe Lucas and !
Union 7 P.M.
Training 'I
Awarded Masters
TJegree family Miss Debbie Phillips and
Principal S. C. R. Price of Mrs. Winfred Harris children.
"HOUR OF POWER" WED., S P.M. and x
Thurston Elementary will advance I Mrs. Kilgore helped with the .'\
MARVIN E. FAILE. Pastor to rank II this term because she I Juniors.
from Florida A &
I
was graduated
Mrs. Opal Hill returned :Monday i
:M University during the summer f t' _
:
I \ F
from a business visit to New ; j
convocation. She indicated to I ite I'
FOR ADULTS ONLY :. York City.
your editor that she has taken
i Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and
!53: semester hours above the B. I
The Bradford County family :Mr. and :Mrs. Leslie Sweat I
S level thus having 19 hours over,
and family, Doss Higginbotham
ADULT EDUCATION the state requirements for the
PROGRAM !I :Mrs Dorothy Kilgore and family
i masters degree.Ve are happy toi ..
i :Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish Jean -
learn of this very fine accomplishment -
Announces in our county and wish tocongratulate ;i Lang::, Gloria Rudy and Jewel Hig- I
ginbotham, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
EVENING CLASSES her on this success ,
Child DevelopmentPersons ,I Chilson and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Einest Wellhausen and fami-
FOR ADULTS ((18 and over) and VETERANS : who took home study .
those the
ly were among enjoying
(St-e Note Bdor \\') courses in child development this I'
i summer included: Joseph Greene picnic outing at Strickland's'L"nding New Heavyweight Champ New Middleweight Champ

SCHOOL CENTERS: : (White) Bradford County High i School and Mrs. Lillie S. Williams Mrs. :ola- < Sunday given in honor
i| of Mrs. Wolfe and three
I'SO Building. bel J. Lee. :Mrs. M. E. Roberts, Betty
r (Negro) IU.E. High School of Starkr. Mrs Beulah J. Lennon and Prin- i sons who have been visiting here ,
cipal Eddie Thompkins. All reported and at Lawtey from Wilmington Work champs of every weight class !

ENROLL NOW (State Your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Choices) that you cannot find any- i" Del.
Write Adult Education rrogfram Box BOO Starke.VKit thing like it in the books or school. Mrs. Gussie Wilkinson. Mrs. Ed

the Southeast Wing 1>O Building Office (rear of ('hun'faXt'''. Harris and daughter Marcia, and

building). First Born Church, Elder F.j I Mrs. Ralph Silas and daughter Stop by for the low price and They bring you today's most advanced features

Howard pastor held services on Donna of Jacksonville visited a for fast-working peak efficiency on any kind of job!
REGISTRATION FEE $2.00 Iwr ra->. Students will furnish Sunday starting with Sunday while; Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. the lowdown on the years They've the most modem short-stroke V8 en-
got
materials. school. The message for the morn- | J. C. Nolan and family. They all
ing was delivered by Elder A, I enjoyed an outing at Kingsley fastest workers gines-packing more power per pound than any
STARTING DATE: Tuesday. September 4, 1956. CLiv.es may Ellis who was visiting from Ar-.Lake. competitive truck V8. (Standard in many middle-

h*> started at any time in any subject providing the group 1 cadia. The evening:: devotion was I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Holliman weights and all heavies; optional at extra cost in

for that subject is over 15-meiubers.: led by sisters Albert and Wil- I and daughter, Sandra of Palatka .' other models.) They've got the industry's greatest

liams, sermon by Elder Brown. I i! spent last weekend with Mr. and lineup of transmissions! They're fully loaded with
1. BASIC ACCF.LERATEI: EDUCATION COUPES (leadingto
High School Diploma). We are grateful:: to Elder S. White]I Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons. TheyI i more of the things you want! Whatever you do, get
and members of the Church of I all enjoyed a trip to the Jackson- r low before !
Mathematics, Science i American our price you buy
English, HstorjGoernment -
God in Unity who are working i i rifle Zoo Saturday and a picnic
Special Areas. with us so wonderfully during our''' outing:: on Sunday.Mrs. .

Classes in this program will meet regularlyMonday. through penticostal crusade which will I; C. B. Nolan and sons, and ,
Friday. Two !Iot"'tion.i11 be t4Mished upon sufficient I continue throughout the week. El- Miss Jewel Hij'ginbothamisited::

demand Classes in each subject Mill last fur 3-hours rath. I der Brown will have charge of I i fin Starke last Friday afternoon. I "

: :yen-ices. Elder ON.. Toplin or.., Miss Glona Higginbotham of J -r The !isWheel" -
2. BUSINESS: COl'RSES (To lit arranged; ) Jasper and Dorothy Pressley of.., Jacksonville visited with her moth-j! a leer

Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand. General Business, and Miami visited relatives and friends, er. Mrs. Gazelle Sweat and family !
I
others. of Lincoln City. Paul Hickson of!!1 last weekend. j in frvch.'

Daytona Beach was Sunday guest:: I j Edwin Chilson of Starke spent
j
S. MISCELLANEOUS: CO.l RSES (Suggested) of his sister Esther B. Williams; several days last week with Sidney .S -

Arts and Crafts, Blueprint Reading, Community Choir, | and other relatives. Sister W. Wellhausen. j New Lightweight Chomp

I Conversational Spanish, "Do-it-}'ourself class Dramatics, i Strong. reporter. i I I We are glad that Henry Well-

Decorating homemaking Home Nursing, Great Books I Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ,I hausen has recuperated from :Ii I New Chevrolet Task.Force Trucks

(World Literature), Leathers or king. Mechanical: Drawing iI j Church, Rt'1.... McKay pastor, i I,I throat infection which he suf
Public Speaking, Radio i T\', and others. 1 held regular services all day Sun fered last week. .
day starting with Sunday School, The teachers reported back to
Under No. 2 and Xo. 3. the starting time, the length of the Bro. S. W. Newman in charge. /.I Maxville School on Monday morn Only franchise Chevrolet dealers m display this famous trademark

class, the group enrolled. Rev Williams of Lawtey. F. '''back but sorry to see the summer
W. B. L. was rendered by Fuller I vacation end so soon. Fred Rick-
. NOTE TO VETERANS: Those eligible for training benefits Re* Jr. The evening worship was I arda who taught here last year!

) under Public Law 550. will receive monthly payments accordIng conducted I- the pastor. The "I'I:' will not be with us this term. KAlLIrr CHEVROLET CO0

, whether single, married or with dependents If you have Can" club met at the home ofi I The Maxville Civic Club held a

i\ not jet applied for training, see your County ioeoni..e .ffleer, Rev. McKay; and discussed "The special business meeting last I

, Mr. A. L. Crosby, Jr., at the SUrke Armory. Guided Missle." Prayer meeting I i Thursday night, Aug. 16, and West Call
I each Wednesday night. Gladys I made plans to get the club going I St. Starke, Fla. Phone 111

1 Blye. report in full swing again. Officers will I.


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Final Union Service Four CommissionersGive Teachers Launch Football Prospects Look BrighterAs Adult EducationClasses Final Services Held 'I II tue D.ipti.-t Chuiih Jr':.ewas : ."

Scheduled For SundayThe Sheriff BoostIn For S. J. Griffis, 77 !I in Ri\er-iiie Mty. ., ; -



in final the union 1JC series evening will service bei-0 Governor Letter Political Drive Coach Announces Grid Schedule Set For Smiliy Jarc.e.Gnis.: ; : 77 died! \ c. T. u.

Continued From August 10 I
( I'age 1)) m a J k-onulle hospital -
held at the First Piesbyterian
following a ;long illness. He "IT--: 1\: -nn: TO S \\ t i'UK, v

Church Sunday evening at 81o I I proper working of county prison-!I For School Fund Football:! ptospeits for Eiadford l BHS Sept. 4 was a native of Clay County and KVINY,\\' IF 1 (II 1.1t. IN- vi

< lock. .. ers to the U. S. District Attor- : High School looked a little bnght- Opening lived in Bradford County before uXTATK.:."

Rev. W. S. McAIiley will preside nev's office in Jacksonville. I .r this week as local leaders turn- ,
I moving to Jacksonville 15 '11"(' uo; TKIIU M
assisted by Rev. Donald Ko- : Reddish asked by the Telegraph (Continued From Page One) j eel out to give a helping hand in Grid Schedule ago- years I

komoor. The Lord's Supper will for comment. said "I appreciate Evening adult edm.U.on uiurse:S
solving some of the team's problems. \ -
be served and members of all J I the action taken by the commis-!' ad valorem tax measures "by ni- 1 Following i.. l.radford High's .I: Bradfmd High \\ III beg\n Sept, Surviving are his widow. Mrs

j have ture"' lag behind s<'hool needs. He I, A MjiMil, football ..< li<* lulc fur J, School Supet-\iso;. I,. H. Gibson '. Laura J. Griffis; two sons. 0 G
three churches as well as any I)slOners. but otherwise I no I
visitors are invited. comment." cited the example of Saiatoga' .' The nucleus of a "Big Brother"Club the 1 11! .">6 ...-..1..uo.11 gomes are announced this week and Ernest M. Griffi.. Jaik.son- FRIG1DA1RETHE :
formed l within the
The evening message will be I I Charge Explodedi : I Heights. a sub-division primarily!' week wa holding i past the set for X p.m. Gibson said the program i it g Vile: and two sisters Mrs Seme
meetings on
!SFl'TF.MItt: : Prevatt. and Mrs.
: Nettie Ptiling. '
preached by Rev. J. E. Sherwood. i lOne of the charges against Red- homestead hich mOl' planned along lines of previou:s !-
provides two
past Thursday nights, and BEST-KNOWN
15 :Macilcnny ._ _____ Here both of Law-ley :
pastor if the First Christian ]!dish was at least partially exploded -i children but less funds for school 'I elected Jerome Johns as presidentand 211..nti"'lIu I : ____ There years with 7:30 to 10:30: p. m NAME: IN ELECTRICIEFRIGERATION

Church Special music will be| this week when County Com- I purposes. Buddy Strickland as !lea ('lassesor.day through Friday 1 Funeral sen' cesele helds

provided by the choir of First J missioner Bishop revealed "a majority" : 'iuggt".t'. Salt. Tai. 2M Open in such basic education course : August 12 in the Kingsley Lake I

Presbyterian Church.This i of the Commission was I! tary.First OCTOBKU: as math. English science histor V Missionary RANGES I
1 I II "We need something to offset problem confronting this 5 I' K. lunge hU_ Here and BaptISt Church with WATER HEATERS '
is the third in which I government.If
year aware Reddish's truck was being "
: the lag. l'ommentedorgan.. group of grads and dads is solving I 12 I'alatka _ There : ReI.. Clyde Shepard. pastor of
members of the Presbyterian.i used for impounding cattle and II J nh n demand is sufficient Gib'* AIR CONDITIONERS i i
"The only solution I can see now the problem of transporting 19! IM.1WI\ __ There the Advent Christian Church, officiating. -
Methodist and Christian churches they knew he was getting at least II i 1 n son said the course offering wil I WASHERS & DRYERS I
I is some form of sales tax which I youths from outlying 1 areas for 16 Perry __n __ ____-- Here Burial .
have co-operated in union services -I some of the rental money paid by | be expanded to such busines:s was in the
sensitive to and financial
is prices | practice sessions MKMItKIl:: : :'
i church cemetery. under the direction Get t The Best For Less
and plans are being made i the county. courses as typing bookkeeping? .
progress. If we had a one per I Meanwhile Coach Lennard Reg'i 2 Scabree/e ____. Here 2 of Gulden Funeral '
for their contribution in 1957. and shorthand and such Home. I
miscellaneous !
Payments for truck rental cent across-the-board sales tax, i ister had some heartening news. 9 hetterlinus .____ There AtSmith's j

These services have teen held which spanned a six :year period with the funds going to the county !; Five youths have signed up for 16 Saute I'.. There courses as arts and (raft s i

this year for the nine Sundaysin were never made directly to the instead of the State we would practice, joining the 43 who came 21 Green Co\e ______ Here and conversational Spanish Aaron Yarbrough Jr. V
the months of July and Au- sheriff. One of the charges: Gibson stressed that courses n" Garage! i
( have a tax source sensitive to i out the first practice two eeks Dies In JacksonvilleP
gust. 1 ('I. against the sheriff was that he growth and price increases." Jago; any of these subjects will be inaugurated

was secretly receiving the money. I Band Parents GroupSet : if 15 or mOle sign u] FRIGIDAIRE
Noting that Bradford had been, I Practice sessions were continued Aaron Jefferson Yasbiough Jr. I

Eul with the Commission'sknowledge financially unable to adequatelymaintain this week. with the boys working Monday MeetingA for classes. a native of Law ley. died August Sales and Service I

of the arrangement, responsibility its school buildings. he Joul! in light gear. They have an- Also said Gibson double sessions ':- 11 in a Jacksonville hospital. He

for any irregularityseems I commented "Some of these build- I ether week of this type of condi- meeting::: the Bradford High will be established to meeI 't was the son of :Mr and Mrs We Service All Makes of I

4 to rest with the Commissionitself. I conference j I demands These will be aftl'rnoolI !n t Jlt"'tricalppIlances:
since rules
I ing will rot and fall down aroundour I' tioning. pro- Band Parents Assn. will be heldin Aaron Yarbrough Sr. and hade

ears." 'hibit practicing in full equipmentuntil the school hl>rar> Monday. Aug. I ;:sessions designed to accommodat, lived in Jacksonville for 16 years. 606 X. Temple Ave. I

[Meanwhile the regular audit of I' Sept. 1. Practice sessions 27. at 8 pm.. Bandmaster Elden I workers on shifts at Humphrey s Funeral services were held

the sheriff's office was mailed Morgan. rete'iing again: to'I Iare held from 3:30: to 6 p.m. Monday Ma thews announced this week. Gold or others who find themselves '- Tuesday in the Zion K.-st PI 11111- PhONE 120 !
the
i need for teachers to assert
Monday for routine piocefising by!I through Friday. I II Ii Mathews said this is the first : unable to attend night sessions
themselves mentioneda
politi -ally,
i the State Auditing Department in i( I i Register also announced the meeting of the new school year .
proposal by S-n. Johns to us.'
Tallahassee. It was made by football schedule which opens withi and he asked parents of all band I Gibson said more than 101

State Auditor Glenn McLeod. ; some track of money the ourty's for purchase share of of race vot- I i a home game against Macclenny members to attend. I adults signed up for adult edm.i: Sell It Rent It Trade II!!

15 and closes with home ,
Contents of the audit probably Sept. a Hs urged all parents who havea tion courses last year. He uigei
ing machines. The '
racing money
will be available in a month or; game against/ Green Cove Springs (hild taking band lessons at those interested to cont.u t h.n a I
about
now provides ar.nually $150-
.so But it is unlikely to reveal Nov. 21. Slated is a total of 10 BIbS the association Membership the fSO building-
to -
Don't Delay! I anything sensational because (1)) 000 which ie divided equally between 1 games with Sept. 28 remaining join Piniil.i WITH A TELEGRAPH
the Bradford County Hospital due.ire $1 pet family a i ""r.-- t' :< : .l'1 t CLASSIFIED
:' a.c an date.schedule .
open
I charges of using county prisoners year. Negroes; at hUE
CHECK UP today on your for private would be a'I 'Ii the school system and the j, The for the B squad .

purposes .. .. .. _
county. ?. r-__* .<.*, .4. ., ,/\ _._.. *\
I Federal Government civil\ lights| oepu :.i IL i o>u [i lit \\iiu

fire insurance. Don't wait case ((2)) charges of truck rental: Doesn't I'nderstand !'IVp"1", a home game against Bolles. Also Lou' Kales Good Results Easy To PlacebO

until you tune a loss to learn I overcharges makes it incumbent "I don't really believe :Mr Johns on the schedule are Ketteilinu, I t WORDS OR u:*s. ONE INSERTION - 50,

understands school needs or he there S pm, Oct. 4; Fernandtna
on the County Commission to recover -; E.fllHIJITIOSAL WORD 2o
would not be seeking the use of Beach here 4 Oct. 17. I'aKitJka
that your protection is not money if it finds abuses, I \I p.m., -
; race track for there. 7:30 Oct 25 l>l"roi">T OF IS FKH CKNT O> TWO OR MWKK INSERTIONS
money voting machines : p.m.
land (3)) charges of abuse of the ;, %51' .\(ADDITION FOR III.IMJ AIM OR ADS :.OT pun IV ,
DiCE
that said Gainesville\ Oct :'U
adequate somethinghas fee system appear debateable: and Morgan. 4pm. PRICED SO LOW !

Lake here. 7:30 XIII!.".
could 1e exaggerated "Xor do I believe the Bradford City : p m" j 11Torxi
been .looked that | .
o\er I
County Hospital will continue to U \\TTI'; : --"r\ ', Statmntttn- .
I II ; ::11.W.XTJI': ,
:i i 1 i
your policy does not fit because 1' TO THE CITIZENS: i need $jOOO( a year. Surely itwon.t j Noegel Asks Election o 0 u ,'.'i1 I'li'n. H.lait'il'Ub, \\al-lii'w 5'laud"rln'll" 1-.:. u'ra,,,,,,,-'ri I I"t..t !1'1.1.' I., i,'

AM VOTERS OF STAKKEI run that kind of deficit.

of an addition to your I I hereby announce my can- !, "It's possible a different alloca- |To City Council Post REFRIGERATOR FREEZER *:VTKI' I' T< > IJ-\T-T\\:' > bedroom graph
..
didacy for the City Council subject tion can be made of those funds.If fiirni-hrd h u-e nr dparlinentt'h FOR' SAI.KOne SIMM.-, Ii-d-I Vay -
I ,1 I \v. H. (Billy I Noegel. Starke .nt 470-W Itchg \\ S .f.. IVd Ria- ,nat.l.) .-t ,
property or a new mortgage.Call to the regular election on] we can convince those fellowsthe 397 It, >,,
| : car dealer. this week qualified as
)1,1;u SIXRsS ori'onTfMTV S.nallliak
Tuert1ay. Sept. 11. I appreciate greatest need is in the schools '
us now. 'a candidate for the Starke City > r> atai'rif Ice pm C. If not .
your many kindnesses and the consideration ] perhaps we can get more. 11_ 'xl"'r'n) > il liaKrr. d<> not applir.x >'
j Council subject to the Sept 11 '.".' Starke. Kla lt 'hit
"In PARAKEETS
that has been given my short. it's our duty to briefour

I candidacy in the past, and am legislators." I I election. I \niXET:' and t'arpnter'ork I WANTED
H. C. Wall Noegel who has a wife and two
Agency sincerely requesting your support :, Committt't"ll'lIIbl'r.: .. mall nw and repair jobs a--
I has resided in Starke for .
children I'.oxK.
lor "cited.J.e' C Kicks lit 1.
11 and the cam- Ex-officio members of the BEA
Sept during
,
.' 8IF'
26 He has for the Coun- it A SHrkf 2tp Any Amount Any Age
Phone: 146 I paign. If elected I pledge my i iI j Legislative Committee are Ingram|. years. run I

best efforts toward the betterment and Supervisor L. H. Gibson. j, cil on three previous occasions, ,. "'It -\l.t-12-fl. Kunabout. 5 lIP Any Sex Or Color

200 E. Call Street I I j and was twice edged out by a one ___________ 1':1110: (i I1.: Trailer Jisn
af our city government and the The members include Morgan', I I liannev's Welding Shop.,\ l'aoh'l
i vote margin. ,, ar'... from P.radforJ BILLY ROSE
and BHS
greater progress prosperityI Principal Beecher Payne,
Starke Fla. 'i .. Ka< t.-rKiuitr 3 i.i. Open c%" .
I of Starke. Sincerely Starke Elementary Principal P. T. In announcing his candidacy. AUTOMAtCiWSlL' "K- .mil. all d.n Satur
I -W. H. (Billy) Noegel. NoUn Mrs. Ola M. Perkins Mrs. [ Noegel pledged "my best effort I ...
toward the betterment of : t REFRIGERJITOR ECM LI' T'I"'I.: I, red hand trinMark.H I
our '
I Frances Hamilton and Miss Della : n Md.- ,;
city government and the greater I 1.wardntral Tru k.ill"-, I Keystone
I
Rosenberg. ; Heights Fla.
That's Our Business j I progress and prosperity of Phone 165. llchg ,

0 i This week the Bradford teachers:; I, _

If It's Glass We Have It! attended a number of group sessions :I Starke. Kill" lt\T-'J..sp: : | in dp-ira\p. two |
4 .dr."m ap rtm..nt. BCasonaIle.AduIu nn'I'\t" IS GOOD
CALL WRITE or VISIT including a social luncheonTUl'"da .. ..
1 only :Mrs J e limner [ r.MTED FARM, AtlgV!: "\
at the Camp Blanding I,Legion Slates Supper i:;" N ('hlll'h :':1, 2tp S :_i : Larse-t ad\'t'rll.r, of ran !It,-
I I' i ""o, farms, i untrv r..alt"I"
Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR Officers Club. For Thursday Evening ; roll. lml'NT-F'urn."hrl: I.filrooin with a record of more than
:30 _
and TV honorablt
Next week most of the teachers : with kitilifn pruilt-S'! years trtxiiH. i
; $3826l to <|inte Christian I.idy at li'>er now seeking the right: man urI
ANY GLASS NEED will pursue individual woik in :|I American Legion Post 56 will : I K.I.i h on rdge ..r town It I. IlsifrI } I couple to take OUT the Starketerritory.

readying classrooms\ for the next : ltd Ph.np 2HUK: tic In I Cumpleie training,
We Design Modern Store Fronts I entertain all members and their I ad"'lUabUI'.rn"un. and aderliMiig -

Just Mail Us A Pattern for 1 I school year.Final I guests at a barbecued pork chop KG SRtl'<<.at and your old refrigerator K(,'i,":..SAI.K and -:Mi A>-MonarStrawberry few hedof Flort.l..1 \ ,.e.s... Xo support ni\Hstient to, a>->ur.suc i n--..
: the regular 1\1,1 loodPII' :
Table Tops I supper preceding 0\\I ,h' plants on new' land Inquire W. quired Real estate expcr-
Services Held meeting Tuesday night Aug. 28 linger', A T> ler. I mile Ka-t of 11111 l>ddfh lenre not necessary a'.su.t-
and O.r
limevablt
Adjustable
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 21353LLALALAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA yOll' pSt | Store lleibronr. I lip ance given in securing h.nM'
will be served from 6
Supper ..
Sh.l.
CHtLD\ Inquiry also muted from Ii-
I[For Mrs. Norman, 40 to 7:30 p. m. at the Legion homeon wn tot% nQQi Automata. ; $gtt.r Condition/ WAXTEh TO P.rV in Starke or filled salesmen or brokerwho -

'A ct1t\. Ctittio Conportmtnf ......YClbl.II \killll2 or :I bedroom hou"e onlare i ii want to in.Tease.. th.business .-
N. The '
Ave.
;.
regular
Temple "r .. jot; 8 31 by sharing .
R2S-J
i Write 2tp in th.benefits
-
.1 i I Mrs. Zulene Myrtle Norman 40. _II II;;.o' fgg l 'kAutomatic I of ,
8. l'X'TElJ'
will at .
meeting begin S $ ... .. nat'inwile ;
j .. I / tnl,rf
a native of I I,. r LJgKlIng Pears program. Write todav '
died !
Lawtey
Pineapple
August LAST CHAXrn -
.1 I I j I All members are urged to at- ;, I o Foid-Away Bottlt lock' I \l'ftU11" 'r
;(li bushel I \\ Andreu. Kt 2. %f.K:>(
11 at her home
.1 I in Jacksonvilleafter tend and all friends of the Legion i NO.14. OF ,Jui* Can Dhponior and I lc.. Hoi 244 On Old Lake lutJ..r Poot.o I Jo". ....DIt. Itui. Sale Her.

I a brief illness. I invited. nominal will 5 Cniois hdI !o UpLKEVIEW Des 036i
are A Charge (
i 'rysial Hl er, Florid
JD. Surviving are three daughtersand be made and all cooking arrange- KEACH and (*..ttages. !I 2t.'rig 8 .'4i
!
four sons all of Jacksonville\ ; ments are in charge of "Chef" I, ,$.. the Camp!.?. Line of 1956 G.E I hy Housekeeping month or 'ea'-on.rcttage"from for Sept.rent 4 Io i FOR P.EXT-Close In. desirable on.
five
sisters Mrs. Carrie Taylor E. Clark. : Refrigerators In Mix Match Colon i to Juno I. Call hobart 8- i52; ; <'I'I I II and two bedroom apartments

I Middleburg; Mrs. Edna Xorman,. i write :MrA, L. Kahr, lox 60.Earleton. I Reasonable: Y:. and Mrs. W. H.ollmaD. .
Waitresses A report by the Legion's representatives I 22S W. :JiaJisun.
Hostess Cashiers Mrs. i Fla 4tp 9 I7 tfchg
3 Macclenny; Magdalene Star- to the recent session I I ,, .

ling, Raiford Mrs. Willie
; Moody, STRrrTIO\\
of Boys State will be made duringthe HOME STI IIY RR.TOG.IUIGIITS;
Graham: :Mrs. Pearl Griffis. npptRTt'\ITft:.-; in PookKeepInBAccountins
Salad Girls Starke: two brothers. Leonard meeting. all" I.earn at h"me I :New Hoa r for total don.
i in spare time Low c'>"t. ('nllOllt.ot aa,meat ..d rlonloc "it to \r-|-
Prevail. Lawley; and J. T. Pre- CliriiCII HOMECOMING !' G.J.M'GRIFF ol.portuniliesI..k.: .. $1.000 to rrac I.173.IMI.: : :NOBrleraa
vail. Slarke. JIO.OOO a year A<" nn vtale ".":>0,00. tell n. dmr or .Ighl.:
: Dishwashers and Cooks E I :MIM' has trained bo( kke..p..rs and
Funeral services were held at I A homecoming will be staged ] I arcM.untanti for o*'.-r 60 ).ars. FLORIDA REALTY CO.
I
.1 the graveside in Riverside Memorial in'' Free cinpl'iymcnt "..n',. e. Free
i at the First Baptist Church GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES I! information Of Starke
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGOLD Park with D. L. '' 2. Dinner ;
Griffin Lawtey Sunday, Sept.
i
Starke Fla. ((.uy Andrew., "'. B.
minister of the Macclenny Churchof I will be served on the grounds. j 1\1 tSE'- III "lE55. ('I.ItOt: n lor. A. J. Thou.. .. Srncli.

11011-: SHIM DM1MON !' 3X3: 'Irmplr ?ic, >.|.r..,. "'I.,
Christ
officiating. Kla.
HOUSE I P. II Hot 1527: Jit.
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RESTAURANT I 1 I hay Pho.r 3H3HL'BBER : :\igt. 3:1tS-J:
|I
I' 01 H TF.NTH .\NM\'F. SRVIHDIOS
', L. H. Futch Appointed' UtP ulunI STAMPS made to order
I APPLY IX PERSON t' I 1// I All M.ke. All Model I II daters. numberers. notary seal;;
Principal At Brooker Hranunahlr rhancen. en.r.nlf"doi facsimile stamps. Bradford County
I ". ('. MiKPHKirnTai <
: STAKKE{ FLOIUD.YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYTYYYTYYYYYYYYTYTYTYTTYTY.\ : \ Telegraph (fiSS
W. Call '',. ".arl.. Pfc. :39'FOP. I

L. H, Futch 62. formerly principal I :! PAID ON SAVINGS KEY.STOXI .

of the Heilbronn School. has I SU.E-\ew:' S i S i 16 Concrete : STATE BANK KBT-
block. 19o. Cement J1.50 STONE JIEIOHTS. FLA, MEMKEH -
been appointed as principal of per bag. Mortar Mix $1.30 per' FD1CWK .
the Brooker School. I bag Bradford Engineering Co. I
I "h..n94.. Stark... tf .KI'V AXO $Jj l.l. I': Futch has 43 years teaching Tl HK: Kln.d JaiiiitFVione -': .. .,
I WAITP.I-'O"' \%',\.NTEI'Ii: !l1t' -J, 4"1 ffI.I| g '
experience in Bradford County !
: 15 & I; Tru. k. S'li 'fi bg
and has taught in about 15 different -I I :;/,1.;< 1.-\1. OF THE :MI iVTH; I'p .
J:; on old ljatter>' ex. hariei f -
schools, almost all of which 1 1I
II new hall..rSlIIlIh'- :-h. II --i \

haxe been consolida ted. II I I WHEN IN NEED OF Slatimi. Laptev ".t, hn 4

He makes his home in Starke
The FRESH EGOS .
Opening Of I FOR !\1.f. i )bar': *
His wife recently retired after I t LANDSCAPINGFILL Jo:. Steele, Rt. 1. Pox: I IT",B. (;rf,

teaching for 39 I _!ii._ Loop Stark. 4tp g ';
years in Brad-

: ford County. I DIRTor FOR SA I.E' 4-burner Etatg -
WALL
REALTY range <;..ni] condition S-ll < h'ap
DISKING :Mr.fhe!-ter Wood, 4'.C t W Mail,
_:son St. Starke ;h hg 'i 't\fII
DID YOU KNOW? SF.F.
7/ I ixril: TELEVISION-,,n"I l-<- 111
337 North Walnut Street Phone 4S7-J I W. L. THinPFA; JR. down at ahmer- If hI';
Your ,
body has a natural immunity -
o Kt. 2 -- Box 245-1) Alton Rd.
STARKE, FLORIDA to disease and infection oI

that is superior to any miracle I PhONE 291-J KI.VGSI.KV I.\KK:
!
Stark, 11a.HOC 3: bed room modern home, bra all-
drug.
ThIs natural immunityis

For Buying or Selling Homes, Lots, Acre- controlled by the nenoussj i iI far('or..KroBBdn..., (>..fl Inboard permaaeat Bo.'dork. .411for

!>tt'm so it is easy to understand iI I E TRAILEIt FuR 'M.E-J. tls..VMJ.OO.

Farms Motels Lake how a pressure on any of L. Silcox. St Clair, and Adkins St :MOTELS:
age Property. I 2tp 8' .
the spinal nenes ran lower \\ h...r name of Ike brut I. t...
!stale for .ir.
jour resistance to disease or I 'FOR SALE' 12 Ifi and 20 gauge'ahotguna *
Business Opportunities. I j ; 52 and 22 r""h'.rs- i
Infection. FARMS:
I Smith Shell rierinf Station Law
Krom 4 nere to 446 acre.. Good
I I tev. 3nhR 24 : ...........10.. farm.
Investments and Rentals Your Chiropractor U a sp-'-
FOP. RENT-:' I'nfurni-hed. 2-bedroom :
iallst in locating and removing I ACREAGE
house! ; bath ln.n? room, kitrhen.screened '
:' Dl'rp".ul't'. He can do for I p ,r<*h lea rg.orn..r lot I I' lloai For l.daot..I.1 or trmg opera-

you what miracle drugs cannotdo. r Adjoins school grounds $50 mo. I
F'hone 1J7 tfchu
I HOMES
That'. ..r ....rtaItT. We mae

You Are Cordially Invited To List roar Pr.p rtiM L Consult your Chiropractortodjr. LOUISE STERN i I tkr .

With Me. None Too Large Or Too Small MUSIC STUDIO FLORIDA REALTY CO



CALL .ME FOR COMPLETE : BOLUNGER What's in the New White Pump P Phone,AUGUST 213213 Fall Registration AND Lafayette 25 St. I I (Gar Andrews Of Starke, W. B. SeweD,


CHIROPRACTICCLINIC i I A. J. Thomw)
Real Estate Service Starke Fla.
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1 J. E. WALL JR. S Blacks North of Port Offk DealerSHELtf ,' FOR REST-l'nfurnlhf'd, d,.tlrabCation! 2bedroomhouse on W. FOR S4LE-l". <... Doors Window

la Stark Ask Shell !I lli<3i: on St. Contact M A. Payne, and Frames Western Aiteia0 Ass .-
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Store Starke.FOUN'DGirts
your S. Glenn St Phane IIS-W Hchgi

REGISTERED REAL ESTATB BROKER Mod na Methods Laly i 1 ___ ____Jtthif_ 8/31__ I I I i 26 inch
I Assistant bicYcle.
Steam Baths !
HOI'SE:; FOR REST-I'nturDh..d, 3 !' Owner may ha\ by ,'dentifyine
I bedroom 60S Pinwood Drive.Fisehaen : (>o E Kaufmann 717 W Cv ,
I I 1- Stark Up 1 i Press St ,'f

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