Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Road In Heilbronn Turns Into River Pepper Field Near Lawtey Is Under Water A. B. Whitehead Counts Tobacco Total Loss. .


Starke To MeetWesconnett COUNTY TELEG 1

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County Publication EttaUUM! In 1879

II. E. Starling who, with his son Jennings! has 100 acres of Saturday Night

watermelons on the B. T. Thomas farm at New River, watches STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1957 NUMBER FIFTY-ONE

gloomily Sunday as a river of rainwater runs from Highway 285 The Starke baseball

one of his fields. More than ten Inches of rain was measurthrough with a week's rest as a result
the rain lat week, will take Board Tells
ed in the New River area during last week. The Starlings predict Clay Students '
the North Florida
had to load 40ears
their melon harvest will be cut in half. They hoped
leaders, Wesconnett We5
from their 100 acres; will be lucky now to get 20. With ex'penses Saturday at 8 p. m. at the

of around $7,000 on the planting, they expect to "just break ford High stadium. To Attend: In Own CountyNEW

ven." O. D. Bennett, business
ger for the team, urged all -
ball fans and residents of

Losses area interested in keeping It PUMPERIS I To Furnish Bus TransportationFor

Heavy Crop ball here to come out and
the team. ON. WAY Kingsley, Keystone, HighlandThe
Three new members have Starke's new fire truck is

Caused By: Rains added to the team. They are : scheduled to arrive here this Clay County School Board this week took steps to
Kopelousos, Glenn Reddish. try
weekend. to'stop students in the Kingsley Lake, Keystone Heights

Mike Pickering. 1 The truck; a 1,000 gallon and Highland areas from attending Bradford County schools

$200,000 Damage Is Estimated; scheduled The Starke-Macclenny for last Saturday ; ,.' i "1 pumper from the, Seagrave is being Company driven and have them attend Clay County schools.

Tobacco Crop Practically Gone rained out and will be played : ;L, factory in Columbus, Ohio Apparently in respoM to the'

;, a later date. ;; '..}..:''f''.""-. by Robert Yeoman, service Bradford County board's recent [ Board11ember
: decision Clay
engineer operating out of to cease furnishing
Farmers in Bradford County suffered thousands of dollars : Jacksonville, accompaniedby transportation for students in

in losses as the result of tons of water dumped on the Rain Breaks lipGiants' Fire Chief D. W. Car- the Kingsley Lake area, the Clay
penter. announced plans for transporting RepliesTo
area during the past week. Bates Carpenter and Yeoman to Clay schools all Clay
From eight to ten inches'of rain were reported to have students now
left Jacksonville Monday to attending school 1 -
fallen on most sections of the county from Friday morningto TryoutsThe get the truck and drive it in Bradford County. Telegraph

Sunday evening when a tropical disturbance in the Gulf back. Carpenter. wanted to The Clay board also wrote a

pushed a tornado-laden rainstorm into Florida. In one New York Giants' observe the handling of the letter to the Bradford County

strip in Brooker, residents reported 12 inches of rain. ball tryout camp was rained vehicle during the 1,100 mile board telling them to "refrain Keystone Heights, Florida
after one day of activity trip.Firemen from operating buses in Clay June 11, 1957
j Losses to the farmers were estimated few leaves had been picked before expect the men County."
weekend at the Bradford Mr. Gene Matthews, Editor
between $175,000 and the rains cam Tobacco farm- valedictorian, to arrive with the, new
School stadium.A The students and their parentsin Bradford County Telegraph .
$200,000 by County Agent George ers had planted 70.5 acres this received the truck either Friday...or Sat-
session has been these areas received from the Starke Florida i
new ,
Huggins. The deluge turned even year with the rest of I the allot- her record urday. ..,. .-. *-
the high croplands into mire, mak- ments, 177.14 acres, placed in the for June 28 and 29 so that average. of With the. ,arrival.. .'of _the Clay ,board' ,a 'resolution telling Dear Editor: -
ing harvesting difficult. .and the soil bank. spection of the pro ball class during pumper, Starke- will have that they "shall henceforth at- In reply to yoU editorial of

crops planted on low lands were Pepper Damage cen be completed Herb high schooL three fire ,trucks, since the tend public schools within Clay May 31, 1957 "There Ain't No
under water this week. the Giant scout and Starke County, Florida.!' Justice I wish to clarify the
The rains brought produc-I compiled a Council is opposed to,,. cjis-
Nearly all of the tobacco crop tion of peppers nearly to a halt ranteur said. Assisting. ., ,, 11 B's, with posing of thek 30-yMroldr: Ultimatum' situation'regarding" Clay County
was wiped, out.. The, tobacco In mid season.; Several pickings in/a-fonductin- though. ,th leaves, just ready to begin crop I had been harvested 'enabling the Shlnkoff; veteran Giant c ; Fritz was pletion of a Planni't. "enlargement the',resolution in the form.of ,an I Bradford County.The .

ping, were wilted and drooping farmers to realize some return on Thomas reported] that; 42 I. of the fire station ultimatum there'' is no way they Clay County Board of Public
Monday morning, with the.grow their investment but '''Huggins were out Friday:to find out' W. Pay- it is planned to either can force these students to attend Instruction certainly recognizes -

ers losing practically their total estimated that about 50 per cent their chances were In to seniors put a canvas over the old Clay schools who lire able its responsibility of educating
Investment in the crop. Only a of the crop would be lost. al ball. They went through 'outstanding machine and keep, it outsideor to furnish transportation here. Clay County children and dedi-

Irish potatoes, especially in the paces of fielding, pitching fields. if possible, squeeze all (Continued on Page 5)) (Continued on Page 4))
Brooker section, felt the effectsof hitting so that the scouts the three vehicles into the .
Rudolph SappWithdraws the rain with predictions that observe their performance. be eligible for building.The .
about 150 acres would be ruined. Two of the lads have required to new Seagrave pumper
School Board
About 40 to. 50 per cent of been offered contracts, scholarship, cost the city $18,825 and Clay County
From the 300 acres planted in watermelons said. A few have, been I' Science Club will be paid for from partof

would ,be lost, it was from consideration during complete a the revenue realized from Shows Its Hand

estimated. first day's activities, hours work last October's utility tax in-

State FFA RaceRudolph Other Crops said, but most of the boys I crease. .
Other crops heavily damaged be back on the 28th for cash award Next week the new truck JAn( Editorial) ,
bv the rains are butter beans, tryouts. Doyl't. Profession will be put through a series

Sapp, Bradford Coun- squash, peas and cantaloupes.Sweet The boys attending I la was Gayle of tests before being accepted Once more the Clay County School Board has demon

ty's candidate for the presidencyof corn was expected'to survive session came from most presented strated that it is interested in dollars first and the
the atate Future Farmers, in pretty fair shape thoughthe of the state with Panama highest aca-
withdrew fromthe race this mire in the fields is making Arcadia and Tallahassee or more bus welfare and convenience of the students along its
week as he was prevented from harvesting a bad Job. If favor- the farthest towns I Driving western boundary second.It .

attending the opening senilons able weather continues Huggins Local boys attending the Edwards.went to has taken its pad and pencil in hand and summedup

of the state convention by a said, ,the field corn will probably outs were Curtis McGee, I by the Starts MondayThe the situation in coldly calculated dollars and cents.It .
sweet corn crop which needed recuperate from the blow. ford High's ace pitcher;
-. I to the} Out- now finds that it is
"financially expedient" that
harvesting. Pasture lands are not expected I Pace, who. caught for BHS and in starting date for the driver -
Rudolph, unable to attend the to suffer severe damage except season and Dewayne Elder of. girl leader education course to be conducted -, students in the Kingsley,Lake, Keystone Heights, Camp ...
convention in Daytona Beach that the ,rains caused extensive player in the North award re- this summer was postponeduntil Blanding, and Highland, as attend Clay County

Monday and Tuesday because he leaching of fertilizer. League. "I Dare next Monday, June ,17, instructor schools.

was needed to assist with the Try Again Clifford McGriff, ,aId. Having thus satisfied'itself l of the "financial expedi-

corn harvesting, arrived Wed- Though causing severe finan- GOATS FOR SALE of Aca- Any persona 14 years of age ency" of the move the board has issued dictatorial
cial losses to the farmer the Two milk goats found in
nesday in time to receive the the State or older are eligible to sign up
State Fanners Degree, highest rains have not seemed to dam- Keystone area will be of Commerce' for this program, McGriff said ultimatum to the residents of the areas affected that

award which can be given by the age their spirit, Huggins said. off at noon next Tuesday, Joyce Beal,' Those interested are asked to... "henceforth all Clay County students will attend Clay

Florida Asm.. FFA. (Continued on Page 10)) 18, at the Bradford County Williams, Tom register with L. H. Gibson in the County schools." Why? Because in the board's opinion -

Gerald Norman, another member House. I Moore. This USO. building by Friday. it is "financially expedient" to the school systemof

of the Starke Chapter, FPA MOST LOCAL BILLS PASS to seniors Students participating in the Clay County.:
also received the State Farmer either A, or program will receive one-half
Is there any concern on the part of the Clay County
Degree. academic credit. If enough people -
Qualifications for this degreeare a,pin 'as register, two classes a day Board, of Public Instruction about the "inexpediency"of

based on leadership and the Race Fund Betty, Crocker will be conducted, one in the getting children up at the crack of dawn and return-

type of project the member un Home- morning and one in the afternoon. ing them to their homes at dusk because of the additional

dertakes. To be eligible the FFA'er She won mileage in transporting them from Camp
must have earned a minimum A change in the division of Board getting the larger of a "fam
Blanding and Keystone Heights to Green Cove Springs?
% of $500 on his class projects. state racing funds in Bradford Sen. Johns said he wrote
i Both of, the local chapters the, County was voted by the 1957 this till a clause which given to the Fishing Licenses the "inexpediency" of disrupting the social and

Starke and Bradford chapters, Legislature wb&ch adjourned for a $15 per month raise i for special ac- cultural ties that these children and their parents
were awarded Superior Chapter Saturday, Sen. Charley Johns Bradford County's 23 I Student Coun To Go-On:So/e naturally have with Starke the nearest accredited high

Awards at a ceremony Thursday, said this week. workers and 23 bus drivers. ; Stan annual ngs,, school? the "inexpediency" of forcing parents of :

This award is based on a com- The new. formula which follows -I According to Sen. Johns' I of school New Florida freshwaterfish.- these children to drive hundreds of extra miles per
parison of the chapters and theirrctivities. the plan advocated by the port on how the local bills ing licenses will go on sale June
year and lose hours of valuable time in carrying their
County Commisrcon, gives $15,000to all bills passed in one the citizens 15 in the office of County JudgeT.
The local FFA string band the Hospital Board and divides another except the bill to take A. Yawn. children to and from innumerable school functions during -
placed sixth in the competition. the remainder on a 60-40 the school year dances, entertainments
for the election of the : the schools Although the, new licenses,, will average ,
The convention will end at noon split between the Commission I police chief."I the operation not actually-- be in effect unti' band concerts, athletic games, and countless others?

today (Friday). School Board with the School think our chief to the politi July 1, both, the old 1956-57 license No. Not one word about these "inexpediencies." The '(

elected," he remarked, "and He congrat- and the new 195758'li- board and its superintendent have caught a glimpse of
take full for for the cense will be honored by wild-
responsibility gleaming federal and state funds and have decreed it
during the life officers during'the period
k introducing this one.
to round these students
i June 15 to July 1. After July "financially expedient" up and
The status of the City near the 1 only the new. Keens will be try to compel them to attend Clay County schools. All
Starke's power bill is still
clear. Sen. Johns said it to dampen honored. other considerations are apparent1 y of no concern.In .
New with the requested : spectators as Licenses are* not required of its autocratic, dogmatic, and dictatorial ultimatumthe
i' the building. residents 65 and over nor of chil-
that would give power board and its superintendent have said, in effect,
ti the seniors dren under 15 years of age.
Legion nies the right to resume Lake to begin Servicemen stationed 'in Floridaare to Kingsley, Keystone, and Highland parents: "Either

Officers to "premises" they had considered residents insofaras force your children to attend Clay County Schools or
previously but had stopped
,4 licenses to hunt and fish are provide your own transportation to Bradford County
r ing temporarily. The City
To Meet concerned. schools.
Are cil, which is opposed to ( )
Licenses are not required of
amendment, was told by Could anything demonstrate more clearly where the
Installed Doyle Conner that this meeting of residents to fish non-commercial- chief interest of the Clay County School Board, and its
Bigham En- 1y with three poles in the countyof
ment would not be included.
will be legal residence. A license is Superintendent lies in the almighty dollar or in the

Rep. Conner, speaker of office ,on required to fish outside the coun- health, welfare, convenience, and best interest of its y
ASP ti 1957 House, was still \\ at 10:30 o'- ty of legal residence no matter students? -
duties in Tallahassee this *
.. be elected what method of fishing is used. Financially expedient? Perh@ps. Bu| what is that
56 and not available for
Newly Installed officers of Starke Legion Post are seated, was License
to with the hardship worked'on a hapless six-
1-r) Kenneth Gilder, finance officer; Harry Rabb, second \.I<<-C'Om., ment. meet- Resident, state, annual $2; compare
mander; Guy Andrews, commander; Ray Taylor, first vice-command Sen. Johns said that a chicken lunch- non-residents, State, annual-$10- year-old child waiting at dawn on a cold winter day \
vised form" of for bus that will not bring him home again until
to tock old- .50 non-resident 14-day contin- a .
ed; Gene Long, adjutant; (standing, I-r) Robert Cox, historian; Jim. ; ; ,
quested zoning bill was or husbands uous fishing $3.25; nonresident dusk?
my Sullivan sergeant-at-arms; Rev. S. E. Sparks, chaplain, and I
"I couldn't it like
pass Jr., president ,3-day continuous fishing ,
Charles( Schalfer, sergeant-at-arms. had it," he remarked, "and $1.25.

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graduate from high school FRIDAY JUNE 14. 1937- PAGE TWO
editorialMight Farmer's this year, and we are very proudof
DiaryBy CLAY HILL him.

As Well Face It Sam McGamy bj flirt j. L. StrickIan4We where he will work this summer. s /
Mr. and Mrs. John Brunbelowand EST. 1679
Even watermelons are gett- A....&....&.....&.....&. Mrs. Ola. Mosley, all of YLOMOA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEW

11. A change in the system of handling garbage ing too much water. Talked to. a were really surprised to Jacksonville, were weekend PAPER UNDER PUBLISHED THE SAMC CONT1NOMSLT MASTHEAD.PUBLISHED .
disposal has been called for recently a chang man who has over 40 years' experience see the picture of the Clay Hill guests of the Stricklands.We \

which we believe is a necessity for a town the E in melons, and he mid< correspondent with that old 36 were glad that Gertie EACH FRIDAY AND ENTESfD AS SECOND CLAIM
size of Starke. EL that while a melon usually has inch barrel shotgun drawn on Faircloth was able to be withus MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE: AI BTARKE. FLORIDA UNOUmessages.
about 95 per cent water, in at church last Sunday and THt:'ACT OF MARCH a. 117$.
some unseen something in the
been to allot tract
The old custom has a
: weather. like this the melon will back woods, and we wonder if hope she regains her health and
land for the garbage to be dumped on, ,with L take on about 98 per centS everything was.in as much dan- is able to be with. regularly.. There waa a good because they crowded his din

burning of the refuse the only sanitary measure : V S ger as the picture looks and as The Masters Family will be crowd including six preachers ner-and we believed him!
Thirty years or more ago, when the, receI1t1y Well, as they say around ]Lac Wonder how'first many farmers. remember the story indicates? It's a bless- with us for the morning service (Higdon, Jones, Strickland, Tag. Remember the Masters Singers -
abandoned dump at the edge of Alligator Creek' tey, "It can, get deeper. but it the barbed wire ing that editor did not get all on Sunday.:; June 16. The gart Lane, and Lingerfelt), and at Clay Hill Church tiLlS
can't get wetter." Everything' that was used. According to' our the hunting stories that Mr. entire morning service will be at 11
bountiful Sunday a. m.
first started, it might have been adequate the basket 'dinner was
consisted flat
was informant it of
just about flooded out, ditches a Strickland loves to tell on his in charge of these singers, so
for a town the size of Starke in those days to filled/ fields covered.willi. water, band, about 3j8 inch wide and wife, or folks would think she come one and all. Some remained in the after-

use this method. No doubt there were many i isolated and still it keeps pouring dow had one edge cut in a saw tooth is a wild woman sure enough. We were sorry that Rev. Patterson noon to sing and listen to the THE RIGHT POINT for the

spots not too far from the business district On a "go-round" of the crunty pattern. We saw some mme- Some readers seem to think the was unable to preach for others. The Swampland Quartetdid way you write. Com In and select -

which could.be, used in this manner without hia: week, we saw ponds and 1 bays where in our travels, but can't correspondent was ,,accustomedto U' last Saturday night The some real ,singing, cOM'der- your favorite ESTEKBBOOH I
annoying filled that have been dry for the remember where.* hunting when she came to weather was so bad we did not anyone.
past five or six years. Florida, but the had never shota expect him to come through all a'ngers ate. Rev. Taggart said,
But in this day 'and time, when Starke 1 has S. We were talking to some men gun until she moved here from that storm we were having but he couldn't get the lowest ,notes
grown to the size of a small city, providing electric Practically in the middle cone here about a "snake" fence. and Virginia. So you can see how we do expect him to be with us

and ,water service, police protection, and of the showers Blossom, a they looked questioningly. When she has advanced or has she? this Saturday night, so come -

other public services, it is time that more attention nurse cow, presented us with a we snake explained fence, they what laughed.we ,call"You_ a Jimmy Lang mys he enjoyedhis hear him. From where'Im sitting JbeMarfh

was given to the matter of garbage disposal fine black heifer calf, which we've. dumb Yankee" they said "that's trip to Miami and Havana Rev. Jones and J. L. Strick ,
named Jet (she's jet black) Cuba with the
graduating class land filled their
Practically every .corner of Starke and vicinity Treated her navel against sciirorma what we call a rail fence. We
of Baldwin High 'School. -Jimmie with last
us Sunday morning. .
is inhabited, as the Council found when it and we'll check td make didn't get mad when they calledus is one of our Clay Hill students.. and both delivered wonderful

tried to find a site for the new dump. No longer sure it kept the pests out. a Yankee, because we knewor -- : Average Anileans
( hoped) that they were only -
will it suffice to just dump the garb g on t top S S -
this week 1 that joking.
Saw some hogs ,
of the ground and set it afire. S --y
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With several truckloads of refuse a day being are, 'living the life o'Riley. They Dan Starling hit the jackpotwith RAIMA'S The youngsters at high schoolare "Average American" doing
are out at Marvin Rosier's plac his berry patch this year. planning a bus trip to Wash. everything from ,farmin' to fly-
hauled to the site by the city, unsightly mountains in' .' with everything from
five miles northwest of about 200 ington, D. C. Seems they are going -
about He said he picked ,
will soon appear as evidenced by the condition TV & RADIO SERVICE to have a look at more.than .steak to stew for his favorite
Lawtey. These hogs .a dozen i in crates from about 11,000 plants dish ; everything from beerto
of the old dump.And the smoke from the the nation's capital; they are
inhabitants lumber, are in Marvin's new Pig and that just about makes him 228 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida going to see' how people live in buttermilk for his favorite
burning is very unpleasant to nearby King around here for the berry the different places they pass beverage And the more we
of making
and it's cas?
as testified to by a delegation appearing Parlor, a growers. through. As I remember, a trip study our differences the more
Council last week. Land valuesof 'chops from contented pigs' if we S S ,out of the county was somethingwe we learn how alike everyone is
before City
is located Ever saw one. The hogs have self Incidentally ,the statement PHONE 509 just dreamed about when we underneath. We all want to
where dump -
section a
in the mind about
property were younger. We knew everybody make up our own
will zoom downward, a condition certainly feeders, with whole corn hog made last week in another paper in town by name and what we like or don't like, and
landowners.No supplement, minerals and water about the berry growers around thought people from out of town not try to make: the other fel
unfair to those LATEST SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT different. low's mind for him.
in front of them all time. Not here having "lost their old-time were up i
longer can the City of Starke get by with INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT
mountain of garbage sitting out in only that but they are on a skill" was an nfortunate and From where I'm sittin', it '
having a odors unsightly clean cement floor, and have a incorrect remark. We hereby declare Sensible Prices doesn't hurt us adults to get out 80fJt<.wi.
the open, producing unpleasant and see how the rest of the
'shower' bath' in one section of that far from losing any
and unhealthy conditions no matter country lives. We'd find the
appearance in what part of the City it is located. the pen which runs all the tim skill, our growers here are just as Results. Not. Excuse

Councilman Clark voiced a prediction of what S S progressive and intelligent as any -- .. Copyright,1957 United States Brewers Foundatiom
'* Marvin figures his 12 hogs a'e elsewhere in the state. = : t- -- I
will ultimately have to be done "a situation gaining about three lbs. eacb day: -j

which will require a full time attendant and: so if our figures are correct,.then : 'CoU-is a rtgUl.r.d ttait. .eA. Copyright-1 S7 TS. Coc -Cola Company:')
in the half hour we were there,
machinery. we saw 34[ lb. of pork made right I I I II II
The present idea being studied by the Councilis before our eyes. He is buying all

to put the refuse underground. But they have the feed, and says it is costing ..
found that even the cheapest method of doing him about 12 cents lb. for one :.. .
this costs more money than the city can seem to lb. of grain. As the market right I --., ........ .. .. ::... .. .
now ir about 19 cents, Marvin
. afford. figures to make about $175 from ..
We believe that 'in providing for services in the first litter of pigs in his new .. .. .'7 j .: ,

the budget in the future: more attention, in both Pig Parlor. .;: + .:. ., !
money and manpower will have to be given to S S : 7 ..... .:.:"
that this While the farmers around here .". :' _
the matter of garbage disposal, so <' c
concerned about all the rains: .'
are : :\
service can be brought up to standards adequatefor
this week was
the big worry early
a city the size of Starke. that the hot sun would beat down

on the water logged crops anscald A .......,.... .-'.' 'W'#.... .
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offenses against national hon r, tradition corn this week, and the Bradford ':'. ....'.....:..:..>...:.:..:...:..:;.:..>.::......::..:.........
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sweetest and tenderest ever ::: ::::>::>::>;: :; :::<
and treaties in effect with
agreements now 4(
from Tully Norm -
.sted. Got some ,
some fifty countries, have fyeen brought into an, Walter Wilkison and Junior 4.( .
sharp focus for Ameri ans by recent events. !lemons, and.it was*:a11 good. .' ,.+ .. ) >
Most significant of these is the decision by S 1

the Commander in Chief himself, President (and One of the troubles the f rmem 4' 4.... .

former General) Eisenhower that Sergeant \V. now are is that having sorry at"culls"the markets are 1 be. ... '. ... ..........
S. Girard of Ottowa, 111. will be turned over 1 to ing brought to the local markets, /

Japanese courts for "inflicting'bodily injury and when that happens the pricegoes =. ? S .A..
civilian Naka down. Looks like the market ....,
causing the death" of a Japanese ,

Sakai, on a firing range last January 30. managers could keep junk off the the ... ....:.. :}:;fJ-. C .. + ... d :':' ::.:.:.V:::::,,: ,,;:" '
market and thus protect : ::w.J : ::;: :
Sergeant Girard was on duty, guarding U. 5 S. grC/\\ers who have good produce .w' y '+ f *' ?:J

property. The Japanese woman, in defiance of to sell : m ; L

posted warnings, was salvaging empty shells S : .. ............... ............t". .',..,.....,.... ." ...}, .... I

fired intruders on the range.away, In the an soldier attempt'fired to his frightenthe rifle his. Hear i first that barn Darby with Gaskins tobacco filled thi.week .'\ ::<:t[;:; :: ,. .::::::::;; ;::': ; :!i ::!i ; lli l::;> ti 11 .! ...}:::::: : ':':: :;:::r ;; "

and that it is pretty. Hope
and accidentally killed the woman. the rain doesn't ruin the rest of : L p'U

Since the incident, the sergeant's case ha the crop, as it did last year. ;
between the State ( S '?
provided a tug-of-cold-war .
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importunate Japs, and the Defense Depart- Presbyterian ChurchRev. :

ment, which originally did not. But the Presi- W. S. McAliley'riday .'...;.... ..:...'..:< ..:i: :
dent, who signed the agreement, has decreed :; :::: '. ::.;:F ,' '
7 p. m. closing exercises <::.; '
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Japanese justice Vacation BibleSchool '; ;; ;::
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I All of which should recall the consistent standof ; 8 p. m., adult choir practice. :: ..

the American Legion against the Status of '

Forces agreements and its repeated demands for Sunday 9:45, church school; .,
11, morning worship: 8 p. in.nion ., ; I ''
the repeal of these and similar agreements. And worship service at Presbyte.rian I, t_ <

the Girard decision returns the spotlight to the Church, sermon by theRev I .

telegram of protest sent to the President a few Donald F. Kokomoor. Music 1A

days ago by National Legion Commander Dan by adult choir. )

Daniel: ,

"If our Government allows Japanese courts to --=

try and punish Girard for an' unfortunate! accident -

that, occurred while he was on duty, then

the Status of Forces Treaty and similar agree- .'( .. ..St .. ... .

ments are an even more inexcusable betrayal of /% k ::., I.v .
of American servicemen .... : :: I ... .. I 1 I
the trust and rights ?... .. In 4
stationed overseas to defend the freedoms whichwe _= ;, ," ....b .. ., r1j

so proudly claim in the Bill of Rights, including ;-I f:.-'k'" 'S. .t ;,:: .:.. ,i.f/-t:::.:,:.;.;;.>.:......... -. ,

tion the of right innocence of trial until by proven jury and guilty.the It presump-is not k.flHARLEY,F. ':. *,L ;::;:::..:::} .:i:::::;:;[;1 F:i. :,; i+ )ii: !i!1ii;; I!i i :i 11:111: t:... _.__ w .-, -.___. "I.I _: 4 :...._4't .1 p 1;7 I

William Girard who is on trial. Rather, it is our

government. If our Government abandons Girardto ,4.,

Japanese justice it will have notified the i .

world that we will defend freedom for everyone

except our own military personnel serving ASK

... abroad.The "President has, by his action, answered E. JOHNS &: SONabout A GREATNEW'BUY

Commander Daniel. He has answered the American this question: I NOW

people., He has answered the armed forces

that he once led in the greatest struggle for 'We' had a fire in our of-

human justice the world has yet seen. And he fice! last night evidently; c>>

has be sworn answered to defend American"youth a Constitution that that must apparently soon- from the waste a cigarette basket.dropped Now we in Coke in King-Size World-famous quality at a popular price ,

will not defend them.
find I that our fire loss in office \; ;) .
equipment and supplies ..'
We hear a lot these days about men retiringat
is $1500 greater than :
the age of sixty, due to the current fad of, our Of ';t
stressing "youth" in the business and industrial fi ice Contents Fire PolitY.Should :, So good in taste-in such good taste! V "I

world. But an examination made of the Careers fire coverage be revised -
Now it's just as thrifty to bring home the
400 the most notable of their each __! "
of some men, year, based on the -

time and outstanding in many activities (statesmen ew'inventory?" : Coke! So why settle for anything less than r f: : .

f painters, warriors, poets, writers) show T "

that the decade of years between sixty and seventy Cocacoa..thebest4ovedsparklingdrink! : ,
E. Johns
'- cent of the world's Charley .
contained thirty-five *per ;:,,;. > -: in all the world!' > "
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greatest achievements; between seventy and -' .j
eighty years, twenty-three per .cent; and after & Son t $ .J 'Ji % fJ
eight cent. In other words Agency :: !I
eighty years, per j .. REGULAR KING OF GOOD TASTEJrOf
sixty-four per cent of the great achievements 1 I

have been accomplished by men who have pass- Phone 13 Starke Fla !. er ahocity, of The Coca-Cola Company by STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYi

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TTTTTTIffWIVfTTVVVTTTTTMAXVILLE and said the winds rocked the his son in the boat, and they Sunday June 16, at Whitehouse.The I .
truck from side to s'de, as shesat managed to stay with the boat team will leave :Maxville

there watching trees and until the blow was over. The about one o'clock. The manager, .'., .' .
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buildings blow down- around her. car in which Mr., Chance, Mr. Bill Roberson requests that all ,

Bj MIL & B. lvolaa Her husband who was just Harris and Mr. Padgett were rid- of you boys turn out and let's YOU EVEN WAKE UP RELAXED!
t coming in from fishing with ing in was picked up and turn- have a good' baseball team this
r'WVfTYVffWVVVVTYTVTTrLocal Charlie and Richard Brown wher ed around. Mr. Parrish Buford .

People Caught the twister hit, said they had Higginbotham and Mr. Schniehto year.Mr.. and Mra D. H. Hill moved
In 'Tornado Saturday Just got the boateunder the dock had just left the Inlet and start' last Thursday Jacksonville.Mrs. .
i when they saw the wind picking ed home, but close .
On Saturday, :Mr. and :Mrs.I were enoughto Ruby Turner of Jackson-
Doss Higginbotham Charlie up other boats and turning see the tornado* rip a wide ville visited with her sister, Mrs.

Brown and son, Richard Dan them over, and saw the wind place through the trees around Lealer Harris and family Sun "' e aVV w aP.af?\aa..4i vi.va.nui) y \,vv,x\ e\\ ?is'ar \'iA'.t t\' \ '\v Csac.
Parrish. Buford Higginbotham rip out the glass jalousies and the Inlet as it passed through.It .

Lyle SchmehLs,,Rufus Chance, doors in the little store at the was a very exciting ,exper- day.Mr.. and :Mrs. Marian Mars and .: FI

Oscar Harris and J. D. Padgett fishing' camp and take all of the ience for all concerned and they son of San Antonid, Texas is .

'were on a fishing trip at Doc- furniture out too. He grabbedhold had a lot to thank our Great visiting her brother and sister- ". W v 'x v

tor's Inlet when a tornado of one of the pilings under Master,for when it was all over. in-law, Mr. ard Mrs. Dan Par- Cools filters,,dehumidifies, circulates
Mrs. ,H. R. Kilgore and fam- rish, and brother-in-law and sis- '
struck. Mrs. the dock and held with all of his *,Attractive -
Higginbotham was
compact design -
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin ter, Mr. and :Mrs. Leslie Sweat ,
sitting In her husband's truck might, while :Mr. Brown heldALVAREZ' botham and family, and Dan and family. IijtJi: Automatic Thermostat ,.,

Parrish rode over to Doctor's Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham "Simplified Control'' 1\1 .
I \''r Inlet Sunday afternoon to view have named their new baby All 0 It
Men's Clothing the damage the tornado made daughter, Jeana, Dorene. Model 160P cabinet .
STORE IAUCTION 5torrOte6tI0A plan A*.
Established 1894 when it passed through there Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin ttt \

Saturday afternoon.Mr. botham and sons spent last Fri- Itq NaN -II_. ____.. i'

.. and Mrs. J. D. Parrish day night with Mrs. Higgin- .. __
and son and :Mrs. Hattie Nolan botham's parents, Mr. ,and Mrs i HFSTAMCESGENERAL
viewed the tornado damage in H. A. Sweat, in Macclenny. : : ,
t THE Orange Park and Doctor's Inlet :Mr and Mrs. Sonny Boy Scul-I ; .

Sunday afternoon, returning ley of Middlebursr were guestsof .,
A1ISES home by way of Jacksonvile.Mrs. I .\
Mrs. Hattie Nolan last Sun
I : Earl Cannon and fam- day. t J J -_-.-.t'ubr.htr --_' r <

ily, Mrs. Gladys Copeland and Piano Recital Held The above MCMM.M rood i pk COR. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE :ttNl.AA: I-IJ; i< .-'
SURPLUSIN family, and :Miss ,
Ginger Cannon Mrs. Cole o W nwd without choRe it: hit od
U.WATERFRONT Combs, Jr. held a STARKE, FLA.? ,_ :Ap.H n
attended a sining convention in 01 lilt dealer optioa ..
LAND FLA. Sanderson Sunday afternoon. piano recital for her pupils last ---,_,.:, '. "The Only Authorized General Electric Appliance .
Friday June 7
at the
Hundreds of Lots and Small Acreage 4 Dealer In Bradford
Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Jones Sanderson School auditorium. County"J

Tracts on the Shining Gulf of Mexico, and family and Glenn Jones of.. The stage was decorated with J 'Service
Perdido Bay and the Intrastate Canal Jacksonville visited with :Mr. and I palms and a beautiful bouquetof Everything We Sell'

Ready Now for Development :Mrs. Kyle Cannon and daughter white gladiolas and fern ,,

," Sunday evening.Mr. decked the piano1. After the recital
and Mrs. Dan Groves and refreshments were served.
THURS. JUNE 20 10 A. M.RAIN ...
OR SHINE daughter visited in Jacksonville Participating in this event I
t Sunday.We were Karen and Sharon Griffis,
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i Pensacola. Gulf Beach are sorry to learn that hausen Carolyn Lana Strickland, Henry Well- "Super-Right" Short Shank Skinned 70 to 16 Lb. AverageFULLY
Uncle Pete ,Griffia took a sud- Nolan Rose Mary .
769 77 ACRES Drive out Garden Street and Navy Blvd. den turn for the worse Sunday Wellahujwn, and Billy and Bobby
10 Warrinpon. Fla. and take Florida Nolan of Maxville. We parentsare
highway 292 (Gulf Beach Highway) to night.
property. 10 miles W of Warrington; 14 Maxville Team Defeated all very proM of the progress
tHIN SUBDIVIDED INTO miles of Pensacola city Emits. Frontage : our children
c are
LOTS AND SMALL AWon The Maxville Boys baseball making
beautiful Perdido Bay Gulf of Mexico in fl
AGE TIACTS-COING FOR and Intrastate Canal. Govt has deeded team played the Whitehouse music. Other than the famil- iEC
WHAT THEY BRING. land for new highway through property. team Sunday afternoon at ies of the students those attend- 0 I
ing the recital'
from Maxville

TUNITIES GET LAND FOR PLEASURE, PROFIT and GAIN was 7 to because 4. One reason the Maxville the team lost were and Mrs.Mrs: Sidney Hattie Harris Nolan, and Mr. COOKED IIItIVILJ j

Tour the Pensacola area, land of surging growth and you'll see how little boysdon't family, and Rev. and Mrs. H.
beach frontage is available. Everywhere increased leisure and population seem to be too interestedin F. 1
pressures are making waterfront property scarcer. Now comes the chanceto any kind of sports. There Higdon and family
buy at auction where you set the price. Few areas'offer such a rich blend Maxville Students GraduateAt I
of features for good living and a good investment.'Powder-soft sand were, Roger North, 1st base- I
the placid bay clear blue water of the Gulf the frosty surf man; John Waters, 2nd base- the graduation exercises Half or.
ultra-violet sunshine and convenience to a modern city. Fabulous fishing, held at the Baldwin I
boating, skiing and all water sports will be never ending pleasures. Best in man; Ray Burnsed, short stop; High
modern, outdoor living. Build a summer home and collect rent when you J. D. Padgett, 3rd baseman; School on :Monday night, June M'\ Whole ; IIC I
don't use it. Build a permanent home and look ahead to retirement. The Buck Wellhausen 10, four of Maxville's students
Government has deeded land for highway through property. Get land for left field; .
sale later to cottage builders, resort operators, and boating enthusiasts. Leonard Wilkinron, right field; graduated with honor. They LB
Valuable pines on most of land How often have failed Marie Bell lea You Get
now. you to acquire McKay, catcher; and Bill Rob- were Sarah Strutz, ,Fine
I property, only to watch its value increase because of natural growth and
development. You set the price. Don't miss this sale. erson, pitcher. The Whitehouseteam Ray Harris and Ray Burnsed. To
collected only six hits off you four we do sincerely wish Flavor and Tops
EASY TERMS AND NO CLOSING COSTS Bill Roberson. The local team the best that life can offer as /

't' $25,000 bid Deposit Required will again play Whitehouse, on you now step out on your own, In Value!.t!.t! .
.,.. OQ% DOWN. with offer !. Purthot. all of and congratulations. .
Gulf Bach, and $500 bid d.. iI
PAYMENT Maxville: School Closes I I
posit en Eoc,"Lot or Small Acts95 -
Tract. FRIGIDAIRETHE The Maxville P. T. A. enter- "
Government will finance the Deposit will b. tubtracttcT tained all of the Students and
balance over a 10-year( period from the 20% down paymtnt. their families at the school Friday i I CAP'N JOHN'S FROZEN
r at only 5% interest. Deposit manly should b. in BESTKNOWNNAME with free hot dogs and cold FISH
These easy terms are in cash, money orders or cuhi.rs
reality a systematic way for checks mad payable to Central IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION drinks. The children enjoyed Father's Day SpecialMEN'S SUNDER( Per Package
you to save. Service Adminiitrafion. playing baseball and other :
Bid Depot! teqwired e. 200 RANGES games while the parents visited. i

i l FRI JUNE 21-10 1 A.M. Acre$7,500;Detcribed lid Deposit Blow cm Acreage Will Be WATER HEATERSAIR Twenty-one of these children CUSTOM Per Package 370

Tract WiU Be $200. CONDITIONERS will go to Baldwin school next

COLA FIA.Located greatly missed from this school. NECKTIESEACH OCEAN PERCH' Per Package 37c

at the intersection of U.S.highway 90 and U.S.highway 90 alternate. Birthday Party .
Offered as a whole then subdivided into acreage tracts. No concrete, per- Get The Best For Less Mrs. D. J. Parrish entertained
fect drainage: positively level and good sod.Pensacola's population has more Friday, June 7. with
than tripled in the last 30 years. Every factor points to continuing growth. AtSmith'sGarase a birthday New Ann
This is probably the biggest tract of land available this near booming Pensa- party for her daughter, Patty, << Page
cola. Perfect for a subdivision;choice investment property for developmentnow who was 12 years old on June 59:
or in the future. .
8. The children played and listened CAKE MIX package lSc
CALL, WIRE OR WRITE for Tale a .lekwrely leek at this property and the record player after
plat and illustrated brochure which Patty opened her birthday .
be el the tale. Declare a holiday; get tel to ..
giving complete d. enjoy Ctitf-coaU flthing and countless other Sales and Service gifts then cake and ice cream
tail .. all this property) pleatwe" for ..Hal of your Ii'.. We Service All Makes of were served. Enjoying this occasion .New Detergent

Electrical Appliance with Patty were Carolyn ,
/ L. Todd Auction Co. of ". (Not tnc.) 60S N. Temple Ave. Chilson Mary Kilgore Bonnie A&P Blended and Plain, Sweet SAIL Washing Powder giant
JAMES A. STRANGE, Broker-Phone 3619 PHONE 120 Padgett, Billy and Bobby Nolan, 53cWhite
236-B Arcade Building Ft. Pierce Florida Lana and Joey Nolan, Sidney
rind .':Mdtilda. Higdon. Barbara I And UnsweetenedNo.
I and Billy Whitehead, Shirley HouseMILK !
Higginbotham and Jo Ann'and 2 CanORANGE '

Model David Carolyn Parrish.Chilaon of Starke Carton of Cans 77 'i I

for spent Thursday night with Pat- JUICE .
ty Parrish and attended the

Maxville, School Friday.Mr. ,
Western :
model and Mrs. Ralph Silas and Vine-Ripened

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Wilkinson of Jacksonville stop- .AN. 9c
right w
; t ped for a visit with Mr. and '
Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family Honeydews59HCH

Sunday night enroute home from

acrosse Keystone Heights.:

the rowans Club VictoriaFORD Mr. and Mrs. Lef''ie Chilson I
and family of Starke visited

boa friends in Maxville Friday after- p,
noon and also attended the LIBBY'S FANCYHAWAIIAN

piano recital at Sanderson Friday ,It;

theI. night. HH j .. ._. ',..
is Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson -

of ,Jacksonville 'visited Mr. JUICE
and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family LEMONS
last Wednesday and Friday and FuII-O-Juice' DOl 25c

i also attended the piano recital ::1

I. with night.them in Sanderson Friday 46'- o2c1at: 27C Iceberg II I+

lowest priced of the Mr. and :Mra .Lyle Schmehlsand ;

daughter of Jacksonvillewere w: '

.. \ Mrs. weekend Buford Higginbotham guests of Mr. and and LETTUCE Astern Crisp head 19eU.

family.E. .

D. Higginbotham and Tom 'S. One WesternCANTALDUPESE
Bryant went fishing Monday at
three Doctor's Inlet and caught 40
low-price fish. :Mr.and Mrs. Higginbotham 39cIVORY

enjoyed a fish supper on JANE PARKERCHERRY
Monday night at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin d
Medium: Size
botham. Uncle Bens 28
Thenonmlryplils roblsirtbeeew"IaerF.rd"I. Ford b priced rigid! OZS.
Maxville's 6th and 7th grades PIES SOAP
You don't ordinarily see many of the plus-value Comparison of manufacturers' suggested retail enjoyed trip by school boa to 9CPersonal RICE 35C
features that are built deep down into the alldel, \'ered prices proves that model for model, the Baldwin school last Thursday .
new "Inner Ford.. For example, such features right across the bOard Ford is the lowest priced_ to get acquainted with the Size 4 FOB Deodorant Bath Size _2 FOR
as the new, sturdier, contoured frame and new of the low-price three I IAdioa _
front and .1 school. Next term the seventh IVORY SOAP ZEST
suspensions rear. 25C SOAP
and eighth grades will lie goingto 39C
Test o Ford:;DIll see for yomeHlThe ,. Each .
Hart's a I Kg ploj-volw.b Font power for'571. only way to get fully acquainted with a car Baldwin elementary leaving Maxville school. a I Chunk Tuna
This year/you can pick a Ford engine to suit is to get behind the wheel and drive it.And we six-grade
your power needs from a whole new family of'ill be happy to have YOU come in and Action The summer program in which OXY004 33C STARKIST
mightier Ford V-8's.Or you may choose the new Test a'57 Ford at any time. .M. the MaxviEe children are invited 31C I l

Mileage Maker Six. r.o.a-,. to participate will begin at I Splc N Span Dash Ii
the Baldwin school on Monday 3

COME deal the NEW KIND of FORD June 17, and last until August Prices In This ,Ad Effective Through
INTODAY..geta great_ _on_ 7. Recreation will Include basketball Saturday, Jane 15 .. CLEANER 27C DOG FOOD' 41C I
ba ball, archery, track,
art, library, etc.NORTH. Nabisco Ritz 1 LB, Deodorant -. Bath Sire-Z FOR


Andrews Motor Co. BAPTIST CHURCH .

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn Oean8erv H OZ CAN Large Size

> ing Worship, '11 a. m. Training ,412 Can Street f"
Union, 6:30'p. m. Evening ,Wor- Suite; Florida 1391. .
'MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FLA. I ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting

If You're Interested, IB An A-l Used Car Be Sure To See Your Ford Dealer I 1 Wednesday, 730 p.,m... Everyone .. -

.. .I welcome. Eo C. Harvey pastor. =-


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I Average Daily Attendance, land area were included in this Heights and Highland areas.
4-H Girls Leave For Tallahassee Board
i iI I Clay amounting to approximately $23,- action. The above figures do not Thanking you very much, I remain .
600.00 under Laws recently en- include their numbers.
iI 4 !Member RepliesTo acted by the Legislature. Federal All of the conflicts are cow resolved Very sincerely yours,

funds for Federally connected and we are happy to bear Frances Morgan,
I of $435.00 'each for 'con the
Telegraph pupils complete educational and financial (Mrs.) Frances, Morgan,
struction and $75.00 each for responsibilities for all the Member Clay County Boardof
(Continued from Page 1)) maintenance and operation for Clay County pupils in the Kings- Public Instruction. -

cates its efforts to that end. students living in or having a par- ley Lake-Camp Blanding-Keystone

,Gladys Mooty I ti Pertaining to the Kingsley Lake ent working in Camp Blandingwill

Phone 35 s J area until September, 1953, a accrue to us, provided we meet

r ._ ............_ _._._._r _._r_._'_._ ':' ,:. Clay County school bus was oper- certain qualifications for Federal
.- ---,----- ated to transport pupils to Pen- Aid. We think that we will qual- FURNITUREALL $a&

Barbara ThomasIs : this Federal Aid 1957-
Frances Landrum ; ;_-_ tk ney Farms and Green Cove ify for
The Bradford County
Feted On Birthday Honoree At v1 Board of Public Instruction, upon 58.Adding the $10,000.00 which the

With Formal Dance Bridal ShowerMiss its own action, operated a bus Clay County School Board will re- TYPESFURNITURE
in part of this area covered by cevie from Camp Blanding in lieu

Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- Barbara Jean Thomas a ,the Clay County bus route. Prior of taxes for approximately 70,000

entertained at a formal was honored with a lovely bridal I to this time, some of the parents acres, this comes to a total of

rum evening in the shower on June 10 at the homeof feeling socially and, economically about $66,650.00.Clay .
dance Saturday
Woman's Club for his Mrs. Vernie Thornton.,Invitedto connected with Starke sent their County has never claimed
fitarke Frances Land- enjoy this occasion with the a children to Bradford County any monies or reimbursement AND
daughter, birthday anni- honoree were about 25 guests. .. schools, leaving our Clay County 'I'from the Federal Government for
rum, 'on her 16th .,- bus with about 13
Hostesses were Mrs. Freddie 48-passenger students who have parents that

versary. I Watterson, Mrs. Fate' Brown. >s students to transport. This was I work or reside in Camp Blandingand

The club house was beautiful native! Mrs, Tony Gonzalez, Mrs B. M. deemed 'financially infeasible and I[ attend Bradford County AppliancesBest

for the occasion with Mrs. Wesley McRae, aii agreement was reached with Schools.It .
placed at vantage McRae, '"p t i rrt Bradford County whereby all students -
greenery Mrs. Roscoe G 7
Mrs. Robert Starling, never has been our intentionsthat
The mantel in in the Buys In Town
throughout. residing Kingsley
Bullington Mrs. Robert My- s "poor Bradford County struggle
the lounge held a modernistic and rick, Mrs. J. C. Sapp, and Mrs: .v i .. I Lake area attend Bradford Coun- ," as you have put it, with our > Bank Financing:, '.
gladioli AL-
arangement of pink Thornton. ,; ty schools with ALL STATE educational responsibilities, and :"
and was bal Vernie LOCATIONS going to Bradford I :
white pompoms we certainly are practical enoughto 0CONTACT
.-. anced by pink tapers in antique Holds Picnic'At Preparing to leave for the 42nd Annual State Short Course for County. see that we can adequatelycare I
\ holders. The refreshment table UDC During the 1956-57 school year, for these students with the i
was' overlaid 4girls at Florida State University are, seated, Patricia Pellum approximately 105 students from I
in the Hinroom Kingsley Lake aforementioned funds and also enhance
with a beautiful,.Italian cutworK j 111| and Marilyn Cox. Standing'are Miss Dorothy Ross (Home Demon- the Kingsley Lake area and 22 the educational facilities of Starke Mobile Home SalesOR

cloth and centered with a hand- The annual picnic of W. T. stration Agent), Virginia Parrish, Elizabeth Prevatt and Judy Kelly. students from 'Keystone Heights Clay County
hold attended school in Bradford Coun-
some antique silver bowl Week's Chapter, United Daugh- The Short Course began Monday and the girls will return Satur- We would like to impress upon PHONE 470W.wr..rwr..ea.t
carnations ty.: Basing my conclusions uponthis
ing pink roses and pick In ters of the Confederacy, was held day. Girls over 14: who have achieved outstanding records in 4-H Bradford County should have the people in Bradford County and

Burning pink balanced tapers the at the Kingsley Lake home of club work are recipients of this trip. The Board of County Commissioners received approximately $16,400 in to the parents of the children who
candelabra have been attending school in
arrangement.silver At one end of the Mrs. L N. Breazeale on Wednes- and the Home Demonstration County Council are the donorsof State funds through the Minimum Bradford County that the Clay ._.I r.er4Npta1

two-tiered 5.Following. the trip.Graduates. d.1IIft Foundation Program for these
table was a beautiful day, June County School Board did not have f
iced in white and the delicious lunch- ,students. intentions of pulling their chain ONE 1
birthday cake, any sows in !
On :May 17, 1957, Mr. Harmon
embossed in pink and green. The eon, served on tables in the dining Honored Visitors Honored children away from Bradford
:Morgan, Bradford County ,Superintendent
topped with the figure room, a business session was held County schools until Bradford 1 vr Direct-Drive SPEED
cake was
With Lawn With Buffet served written noticeto
candles.At Mrs. 0. L. PartyMrs. SupperThe I i II
16 and encircled with 16 with the president, : Mr. H. C. Long, Clay County County raised the question of not Reduchon-Drive POWER
end of the table was Haynes, presiding. This being the I having enough room to accom- r ,
the other W. B. Mundy and Mrs. home of Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Superintendent, that Clay Countystudents
bowl. last meeting of the year, delegateswere modate these out of county stu
the crystal punch General Con- Guy Sale entertained at a love 128 Church street, was the setting I would be accepted only Hoffco's t
hostessin elected to the dents. It was then the Clay 1
Assisting the host and ly Coca-Cola lawn party last for a buffet luncheon Satur- Ilf transportation were provided 1
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan was 1
vention: County Board of Public Instruc-
serving and caring for the named delegate, and Mrs. E. K.! Friday morning at 10:30: o'clockat day ,given by Mrs. Hoover and b>y Clay County and that 'Brad tion went further into the situation Compact Design VARISPEED CHAIN SAW I ICenterline
guesti were Mr. and Mrs. Mer- alternate. Mrs. Charley' the home of Mrs. Mundy on her sister, Mrs. Hildabelle' Bence, ford County was relinquishing all t a
and it is businessEense"
Perryman just "good
ritt Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johns and Mrs. S. E. Simmons Church Street, honoring the BHS honoring their nephew and niece, claim to State allocations for whether it be in Htre'j the solution to ott your tvttirt, tittdt.,. t
W. Ritch, and Al Harley Jr. Mrs. to the graduating class. Also invited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chace, and transportation. Thus, no valid I public Balanced l Hoffco't V-3 Chain Saw! 1he V 3's VarJSpeedTfoium'jj'on 1
Harley presided at the punchbowl were elected delegates to be were the faculty of BHS and twin daughters, Janice and agreement exists between the two school or private industry, to Construction ; ; gives you speed for tight cutting t
Florida Division Conference solve the problem in the most eco- 1 end power for deavy-dwt/ timber felling, when
and Mrs. Lucile Davis kept held in Tallahassee in October, Starke Elementary school. Joyce, of Salt Lake City, Utah. counties. nomical manner. The Clay County 1 '* U's needed-onrf.for the price of just ONE chain; ti

the guest book. and Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs. The refreshment table, set up Sharing this occasion With the At a meeting on June 4, 1957, Board did not feel it could furnish All-Position J tew. Stop in today.. see the V-3 Chain Saw t.
Among the 150 guests were iGeo. B. Flynn were named alter- on the lawn was beautiful witha hostesses and their guests were the Clay County Board considered any local money toward the Brad-, Operation in action, you'll find ;it mod competitively priced
red linen cloth and centered all phases of the situation very $ nor oil of its fine feotures.e l
Maury Blalock of Madison, Miss I nates. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chace and ford County schools other than

Joyce Jones, Butch Williams, H.D. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan gave an with a wicker epergne filled children and Mrs. Henry Chace carefully and Resolutions to keep the funds allowed by the State I t
with white daisies and day lilies. Clay County students who were
of Sr. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
Bassett and Sam Winton, interesting historical reading en-
of in
Speaking "raking rev-
held cakes attending schools in Bradford
Crystal plates dainty ,
Robert Chace and Dr. and Mrs.
Smith ,
Miss Diana the "
and titled Spot.
Inverness, "Marking sandwiches and candy. James Chace of Gainesville. County in our own 'county. were enue, do you realize that Starke s
of Winter Garden. I The following new officers were Assisting the hostesses in serv- adopted unanimously. benefits immensely from a payroll 4eI : t

1 installed by Mrs. Ruby Johns: ing and caring for the guests Mrs. Frank Hoover and Mrs. This action was deemed necessary ir. excess of $90,000.00 monthly

Social Club PicnicsAt I President, Mrs. Mattie Gahagan; were Miss Nancy DuPre, Miss Edward Burns assisted the hos- in order to secure a long- from the Camp Blanding area? I

1st Vice President, Mrs. L. G. Linda Kay Sale, Miss Elaine tesses in caring for their guests. range, continuing plan avoidingtwo venture to state that very few, if t

Crystal LakeThe Powell; 2nd Vice President, Mrs. Sykes, Miss Judy Dankel, and 'or three months of confusion any, of this personnel shop in e1aar

S E. Simmons; Secretary, Mrs. Miss Sylvia Paulk of Starke, and Recent BirthMr. each spring. Also, it was proved Clay County. w IK&JGARAGE
Starke Social Club enjoyed Charley E. Johns; Treasurer, Mrs. Miss Bobbie Bagley of Ocala. financially expedient that it be On June 4, 1957, a resolutionwas I .

a picnic supper at the Montgomery Bertha, Pearce; Registrar, Mrs. I* Among the out-of-town guests and Mrs. Dan Priest of done. also passed requesting the

Conference Center on A. Davis; Historian: Mrs. E: K. were Mrs. Donnie Moore and, Starke announce the birth of a Besides the approximated fig, Bradford County Board of Public

Crystal Lake last Thursday; Ferryman; Recorder of Crosses, Mrs. Harold Monk and sons,, daughter, Danna' Kay on June ure for the 1957-58 Minimum, Instruction to refrain from run-

June 6. Mrs. W. G. Haile. Frank and Butch, and daughter,, 1 at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Foundation Program allocation of, ning a bus over Clay County 11-2 ; Ii. South on U. S. 301 Phone 474J t

The group motored to the lake This was the last meeting of Judy, of Gainesville. Jacksonville.of 517,750.00, we stand to receive i school bus routes. I also wish to Starke, Florida -
and ate supper in the I the chapter until October. $200.00 per pupil increase 'in L state that students in the High-
dining room since a shower prevented .
the holding of a picnicon -
the grounds. Several' of the First Baptist Circles

a swim after enjoyed
guests Women's Circles of the First \ -

shower Baptist Church met this week as

New of games the club purchased were by shown officers ; follows: .,. lJ& i
several The Lottie Moon Circle. met W T t
and were played by Monday night'1at 'the home of Who says the "older genera the Stefanelli apartments ... I

members.The will be held the leader, Mrs.' J. D. Doyle. The tion" can't take it? .. Looksas He works at K &*G Truck Stop

next meeting meeting was opened with a devotional if chaperones of the Senior and she is the new manager at
Parish Hall or
at St. Edwards and prayer. Mrs. A. R Clans' first all-night after-grad Olena ... Mrs Evelyn Greer, \ -

Tuesday, June 18 at 7:30 p. m Norman, program chairman, gavean uation party proved that 'while former Olen manager, has been i' I
with the Robert HalsalUv interesting program on the ,there's life there's hope .. The transferred to their store in by
Mrs. :Marian How .
Watson and "Youth of Our Church." The party started after commencement Lucedale, Miss. I Ie'

as hosts and hostesses. business session was presided over exercises closed at ,10:30 I Bobbie Sue Barksdale cele Smith-Corona

by the leader and reports were p. m. and continued with dancing brated her 9th birthday anniver

BirthsThe given by the chairman. Mrs. W and Strickland's, ..- :
Recent swimming at sary on Wednesday, June 12,, : -- .: f.L
B. Mundy president of the W Landing until 2 a. m. .. Thence with a neighborhood party :. 1 .bV ,

Bradford County Hospital M. U., visited the circle. Mrs. J. to' the Park Theatre for movies Don Hardy waS host to several] '

announces the 'following births:: H. Moncrief was hostess and from 2 till 4:30, and then tithe young friends on his 6th anniversary rh -

Mr. and Mra Richard Eldridge Mrs. Doyle cohostess.The BHS cafeteria for breakfast June 12, and his dad, Char-

Deese of Lawtey, a daughter, Ethel Biggs Circle, Mrs Hear that Roddy Struth kept : les, had a birthday the next day '' vv r R. f 5

Sandra Louise, June 7. J. W Ritch, leader met Monday threatening to throw the class Roddy Struth, Bob Taccia .

Mr. and Mrs. Bland Matthews night at ,the home of Mrs. Paul sponsor, Della Rosenberg, into and Kenneth Elder have summer

of Starke, a daughter, Bobbie Raymond. ,Meeting opened with the lake, with Virginia Smith and jobs at Humphreys (Trail Ridge) '
by Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, -- I --
prayer and Bob Smith leaves Sundayfor
Sue, June 6. debars interceding in her ,be
of and the devotional was given by six weeks at FSU Music _
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaskins half .. Soooo, to appease that
Linda Diane Mrs. Earl Searing. Mrs. Mary Camp in Tallahassee .. (I ?os Ar _
daughter Tarzan Roddy picked up]
a urge
Lawtey r :
Laffin, YWA Leader and Mrs. J Seems to be all for now .. J
June 10. Virginia, who) was playing bridge
E. Hardy young peoples director See in the next ...
Mr. and airs A. R. Johnson of gave the program on "Youth (fully dressed) and ran off the .you 1 Carolyn \
daughter, Jane 12. end of the dock with her .... r .
Maxville, a of Our Church. :Mrs. Laffin re o
the Both sank to the bottom ?
ported on house party at k 0v s r ra
tended by the YWA's held in Didn't have to go to all that WSCS MeetingThe

Deland and Mrs. Hardy told of trouble to get wet, as it poured c ,
the work of the GA's and RA's rain the whole night long, and Methodist WSCS will hold M j 1
its business and meetingon
and stated that 13 members would Virginia had to run home and program
Monday afternoon at 3:30:
attend camp soon. Mrs. Ritch change clothes four times duringthe o'clock in the sanctuary.THE unit,., J
the business
presided over session
STAR'KE dampness ... Good thing
and reports were given by
the chairman. The meeting closed she owns a dry cleaning business &
RIGHT POINT for the ..
SUN, MON., TUES. with prayer by Mrs. Haines. Asocial ... % '.. '. :

June 16, 17 and 18 hour was enjoyed follow- Breakfast was served by Tom way .you write. Come in and select "'

DOUBLE FEATURE ing, the meeting. and Esther Stallings of Waldo, r "
,'your favorite ESTEBBROOK
"The Littlest Outlaw"Walt former Starkeites, and Mrs. Day : '

ton, Virginia Smith. Lq Struth. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
Disney'sJN Morgan's Beauty Shop Charlie and Jill Oakes, Rev. and

TECHNICOLOR Mrs. Sherwood, Della Rosenberg, .
I Effortless
WILL BE CLOSED Now can enjoy Typing
Starring: Andres 'Velasquez Charlie and Eloise Cowen, Myrtle k :::-::.;;" you ..

AND UNTIL JUNE 27TH and Tyler Jonea Lula and Ed I : letters time ,
beautiful "print-perfect" every
SAFARIIN Due To Illness Torode, Louise Harden of the '/ c ;:.y-: :. With ,
State Farm and A. Y. : ,
Mary 'a.
ITfflLFACT Smith-
: and much fun to type. With the new : f-
been so
TECHNICOLOR Covington, and Mrs. Gordon Adams .: 4 Never before has it so easy
With Victor Mature and Janet of Keystone .. While breakfast Corona Electric Portable a gentle touch of the keys and,electricity takes the work f I .

Leigh [IGAS-TOONSI was being prepared movies off your hands. quickly, quietly and effortlessly. You finish typing feeling' as

Plus Cartoop and slides of the class trip to fresh and relaxed as,when you began. And no matter how you strike the keys, I

Washington and New York were A +titoutrttstt ,- character prints with the same sharp, uniform impression. Just think of the
q every
WED. AND THURS. -By- shown .. The party .broke up gt will take in your.personal correspondence! You owe it to yourself -
19 and 20 at 6:30 a. m. .. Maker me r r. ;' ,, new pride you Portable
June tts Electric today.
Smith-Corona .
FEATURE GIB BROWN yawn just to think about it ... t nllswettt 'eslatttt to see and!try the revolutionary new I' "
Several friends got together to ---. ,
"Bobby Ware Is r give a farewell party Saturday I J\A.J\ ( J +: ,-n :

MissingWith r night for Ed and Bea Crosby,

Franz who have moved to Fernandina, Wl ..
Arthur y
Brand pOWJ1JU
Neville 1 where Ed is taking over mange- .
And ;Jean Willis : .
ment of Fernandina Motor Parts fY{ ..r -

AND ... Taking Ed's place as counterman "

Shepherd of the Hills A Anderson at the of Starke Fernandina store is Andy who Even with the many? new features on the Smith-Corona Electric ::; .

With ;John Wayne and Betty has moved here with his wife Have your car checked regu- Portable typewriter, it's amazingly compact and easy to carry. And c ,' r '''. '

Field and family .. in other words larly. Let us give car : ';* '
your it'comes with its own luxurious"Holiday"carrying: case. ,,' ':. ..: fe-
Plus Cartoon Ed and Andy just swapped jobs .. ..
"Gib LONG WAY trne the proper care, so that it ':
goes a T "
and houses ... Jean Mundy left .-.f 4
the ladles service" win serve you longer. ,- .{ -" '. 1
FRI. :AND Saturday for the Baptist Tampa ,'- .
June 21 and 22 We're not "stretching things" Bay Assembly grounds camp Answer to last week's fact:
FEATURE where she will be a counselorfor
DOUBLE According to the .Minnesota
when we promise the
you two months ... She is spend-
Sitting Bull best service in town! ing this weekend at the Ridge- Mechanical Ability>Tests, there

IN COLOR crest, N. C. YWA Conference ... are "no sex differences in

With Dale Robertson, Mary )Murphy GIB BROWNSE Butch Smith, Tommy Haines, mechanical, aptitude." Bradford County Telegraph

and ;J. )parrol Nalsh and Rudolph Hutcheson left
Sunday for Ft. Jackson S. C. I
AND ?, WICE STATION for basic training with the Na- TlULEYfSINCLAIR w

OK, Men! Ol Women! "* 1Standard Products tional Guard ... Butch and Tommy '
Oil STATION Phone 29' Starke Fla.r
With Dan DaHey, Ginger Rogers for six months and Rudolphfor .
three .... Mr. and :Mrs. Curtis 987 TEMPtE Ate
David Jftren and Barbara Rust 407 N. Temple Are.
Phelps and daughter of Columbusj -

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._ above named Court and. cause and 1J57: otherwise the allegations of
-t-" '-'-' '-' you are required to serve a .copy of paid Complaint will be taken a>
: : your answer or pleading to the confessed by you. *
-----------------r complaint on the Plaintiffs Atto-ney 'his notice shall be publish.
rI Joseph K. Skipper. 221 Florida once each week for four consecntiv*
Title Puilding Jacksonville 2, weeks In the Bradford County Tele.graph. .
Florida .
rI l ,' and file the original In the office. Dated this 6 day of June, 1957.
I ,. of the Clerk of the Circuit Cnurt "nor Official ;seal) Cntrl A Uarby
before the 15 day of July .. Clerk of th- Circuit Court
1957; otherwise the allegations ot By Marian I.. Crosby. D nuty Clf
I 4 said Complaint will be taken a* 6/14 4t 7/5
confessed by you.
This notice shall be published NOTICE TO APPEAR
: once each week for four consecutive IB ClrcBit Ce..... Bradford ._1h
--=-- ---- --- -- ------ ."'" ; weeks in the Bradford I.
'- .h County Tele Florida I Chmuretr.
? S graph. Reva Kirk Plaintiff vs Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDonaldleft Sgt. Donald C. Richie USMC, -UI. # -: Dated this 6 day of June. 1957. Kirk, Defendant. Case No. 10-22S7

Thursday for a visit with spent the weekend with his pa- ,p k -' (Official seal Charles A. L>ait>" Notice To AppearsTo
S Clerk of the Circuit Court : Norman Kirk whose residence -
relatives in Nebraska. They rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richie. w- 4 _S By Marian L. Crosby. D i''ity Clerk and address is: Unknown.

will be accompanied by Mrs. Donald's enlistment expires in 6/14 4t 7/5 You are Hereby notified mat *-
suit for divorce
Chas. F. Ward who will continueon and he has for
July registered NOTICE .TO API-TAR baa been filed against you in the
by train to Portland Oregon the fall term at U. of F. IB ClrtB.lt c..... Bradford County, above named count and cause anal
Florida I. rhaiircrr. YOU are required to serve a copy-f
where she will visit her cousins. }{r. and Mrs. C. S. Walker of Erkki R Tallbacka. Plaintiff, vs. your answer or pleading to The complaint

Mrs. J. Foster will leave June Norfolk, Va. spent several days Susan Tallbacka Defendant. on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Case No. 10-2223 Green & Green Starke, Florida
18th for a three months' visit with his brother-in-law and aster Notice To AppearTo and file the original in the office ot

with relatives in Yorkshire, En- Mr.and Mrs. G. C. Conner. : Susan Tallbacka, whose resIdence the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Dance Pupils Seen In Revue and address is: 37559 Second or before the
While here the Ccnners Street Willoughby Ohio I 15 day of July, 1957;
land.Mrs. Walkers visited their aunt, Mrs.J. Ton are hereby notified that a salt ,otherwise the allegations of said
T. L. Casey with her M. Walker in Tampa. Pictured above are dance pupils of Miss Patty Harrod who were Evelyn Sinclair, and Janet Nichols. :Third row: :YIeld Thomas, Joyce far divorce '.Complaint will be taken as confessed -
sister Mrs. E. T. Vestal of Jack- has been filet against yon In the by you.
Miss Agnes Lawson will be seen in a colorful revue in the Starke elementary .school cafetorium Denmark, Peggy Daggar, and Debby Hartmann. above named Court and cause and This notice shall be publish

sonville spent last week visiting the of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thursday night of last week. Boys, in foreground are (I-r) Barry YOU are repaired to serve a copy of once each week for four consecutr,
friends In the Tampa-Riverview- guest Advanced dance students who appeared in the revue were (I-r) your answer or pleading to the weeks in the Bradford County Tel
}[orar. Sr. and son, Bill in Pan- Hatcher III J. Chasteen and Warren: Girls complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney graph
Roy Johnny (2nd row, Elaine Strickland '
Lakeland area. They also attended Maria Moore, Suzi Broadway, Mary Jane Big- Gerald R. Hart 301 Smith Build Dated this 11 day of Jim, 1957
a reunion of the Thompson ama City over the weekend. Next 1-r) Peggy Yancey, Kathy Hitchcock, Jan Ritch. Judy Whitehead, ham, Patty Bigham, and Jackie Arnold. ing. Jacksonville 2, F.lorida: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darb)
week she will enter the SImmer and file the erlginai in in* ofnct Clerk of the Circuit Com
family while away. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .By Marlin I* Crosby Deputy Clerk
Misses Della Rosenberg and session at FSU. Miss Elaine Crosby of Pompano Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. Mrs. Maisie Helms of Green ing it up to Clay County to or before the 15 day of July, I 6/14 4t 7/5
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof Beach spent the weekend flew to New York Cove
Madge Middleton, Mrs. J. D. City on Springs Mrs. Oma Gotten I furnish the transportation if the
Doyle Mrs. Nate Dyal and Mrs. Lakeland are spending the with her sister Mrs. Carl Rob- Thursday for twc weeks vaca- and Mrs. P. T. Nolin were visit- students attended Bradford
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. erts and Mr. Roberts. 'tion. Mrs. Peek's mother Mrs. ing friends in St. Augustine schools.
Pearle CoIn are attending a on
A. Lawson. Mrs. Ethel Lowell left Thursr W. H. Holland of Dublin, Ga. is Wednesday afternoon.
State Convention of BPW ClubsIn The Clay Board has instead
Jacksonville Thursday through Mrs. Harris Crews and Mrs. day for Chester, Pa. for an extended staying with the children dur- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe chosen to provide transportationin IHE. CORNER BARB = 0

Sunday.Mr. :roo: of Auburndale were Tuerday visit with relatives. ing their absence. McDonald last Friday eveningfor the other direction. .

evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Capt., and Mrs. O. L. Haynesand Mrs. P. S. Denmark spent the graduation of Martha -
and Mrs. G. C. Conner returned The controversy affects about
M. L. Lawson.Mr. daughter Marcia Anne, of Van FORMERLY UNION TAVERN
last week in Fernandina visitingMr. Landingham were Mrs. R.
home after'spending several 105 pupils in the Kingsley Lake
and Mrs. Steve Simmonsand Shepherd Air Force Base Wich- and Mrs. B. K. Johns. M. Fugate and daughter Betty
25 in
in Texas with area, Keystone Heights
days Tyler family have spent the past ita Falls, Texas will arrive home Davis Jr. Ruth of Alachua, Mrs. W. L.
H. G.
their son, Howard. Mr. and Mrs. and 20 in Highland. If the wishes "Bar-B-Q At Its Best"
two weeks at the T. G. Ritch this weekend. Capt. Haynes was and children of Gainesville and Van Landingham and grandson, of the Clay Board are followed -

:Mrs.' Panola Mitcham of Atlanta cottage on Kingsley Lake. discharged from service on June their guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. John, and Mrs. A. K. Gholson, the Keystone students will
I Ga. is visiting her sister, Rev. and Mrs. I. E. Enlow and 1.
I Davis Sr. and Miss Mae Davisof Sr. and Peggy Condo of Chatta-. go to Clay High School and pupils ADJOINING
Mm. W. G. Haile. Mrs. Ewell Lawson visited the Mr. and Mrs K. T. Duncan of
Rocky Mount, N. C. were hoochee, and Mrs. C. B. Van in the Highland area will

Stephen Foster Memorial last Decatur Ga. are visiting Mr. Saturday afternoon visitors of Landingham, of Jacksonville. attend Clay Hill school next DRIVE-IN PACKAGE STORERoute

Thursday.- and Mrs. K. G. Duncan this week. Mrs. Lucile'' Davis. term.

Lawson attendedthe Mrs. C. L. Scholl and daugh- '
Miss Pam
Mr. and Mrs. Jack DuMars and 100 2'/2 Miles East of Lake Butler
Baptist Students Union ters, Joan and Joyce and their family and Mrs. Marx Tatom of Clay BoardIssues IN 3IEMORY

FLORIDATHEATRE Week at the Baptfet Assemblyin house guest, Miss Elizabeth Greenwood will leave this weekend OPEN DAILY 11 A.M. TO 11 P. M.

Ridecrest, N. C. last week. Pugh *t Harrisburg, Pa. are for Sacramento Calif. for In loving memory of our mother -

Miss Frances Landrum has spending the weekend at Daytona three weeks visit with relatives. DecisionContinued Locoa Oni Blount, who passed

had as guests the past week. Beach. Miss Pugh is rpend- Mrs. Chas: M. Turney left away one year ago today June Bar-B-Q Chicken Ribs Pork -

Misses Joyce Jones of Invernessand ing two weeks with the Scholls.Mr. 15, 1956. Today brings back'sad
for Palm Beach where
Diana Smith of Winter Gar- I and Mrs. Corbin S. Car- she will visit her son, Newton ( from Page 1) memories the day you,- -went- Sandwiches and Soft Drinks
den. nell and sons Richard Scott and to rest. The ones who think of
Turney, and family before goingto These students are assigned to
Misn Barbara Spencer left I Gene Allan, of Gainesville were visit other relatives in Ft. Bradford schools under the pupil you today are the ones who loved
SATURDAY, JUNE 15 Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. you the best. A face we love is ALSO
.Thursday for Tuscaloosa, Ala to Lauderdale.Mr. assignment laws also.
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley in their gone. A voice we loved is stilled.A I
DOUBLE FEATURE spend the summer with her parents and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and The resolution sent to King-
Mable vacant in hearts
home "Ecum Secum, on place is. our Catering To Clubs Parties Outings
'I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Spencer. street. family and Mrs. Charles HardySr. sley Lake residents read: which never can be filled Mother. ,

PJADLANDS ock family at- of Gainesville visited the J. i "WHEREAS, The Boards of Eunice Box son, : .
The Charles Hardy I Daughter, ; 'LET US DO THE WORK FOR YOU'Stop
i' Mr. and :Mrs. A. N. Holliday E. Hardy Charles Hardy and Public Instruction of Clay and
tended the Mattox family reunionat Claude Kelly; and sister Mary
MONTANAAMSALKTOPf 'I and family, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Strickland's Landing on Sun- Douglas Hardy families on Sun-I I and Bradford Counties, under Hill. By .

and Mrs. Maude Holliday have mutual agreement, have hereto-
i of the
-x&\ day. Seventy-five members day.Mrs. HAVE A CHAT WITH
PKTURt spent the past two weeks at the fore permitted the elementaryand
\ ; affair. G. E. Sr. and
family enjoyed the McGauley HYMN SING
.}, | Haynes cottage on Santa Fe Jack Gahagan of Bluffton, S. Mrs. McGauley Jr. of Palatka the 7th through the 12th Associational Charles L. (the Red Top) Green

,. Ii Lake. I C. is visiting 'his grandmother, spent Wednesday of last weekwith grade students living in the Hymn The New Sing River will meet' Sunday, THE BAR-B-Q MAN

GET ,SET for your vacationi Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, at a cot- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Har Kingsley Lake area of Clay
June 16 at 2:30 at the
: p. m.
Florida to be
i \\ a Movie-Camera from Bull- tage on Kingsley Lake this week. I County transported -
dy.Mr. Hampton Baptist Church.
ington's. For sale or rent. (tf) Gene Pass of Tallahassee is and Mrs. Carl Roberts are to Bradford County schools

with his for school attendance, and .. .. .
.. .......... Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Underhill spending the summer spending Wednesday to Sundaywith Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding h
,_ _.. .. _'
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. his Mr. Agreements Void 'io c
B.ULlMANA. and Miss Sherrill Edwards of parents, and Mrs.
I and Mrs.
Sr. visited
..... ... SSgt|
_'&M"lIM t7I.PIIS St. Petersburg are visiting Mrs. ; D. Green. E. C. Roberts at Daytona Beach. WHEREAS, the said mutual Harding Jr. and baby at MoodyAir

Johns this week. Mrs. Bertha Pearce left Wed- Charles agreements herein above men-I gPIECE
Ruby Hardy Jr. is spendingthis Force Base Valdosta, Ga. on .
AND Mrs. Lester Hardigr'ee and nesday for five weeks visit with week with his grandmother, tioned have now been terminatedand 1

.. a children of West Palm Beach relatives in Richmond, Va., Madi- Mrs. G. E. McGauley Sr., in Palatka are of no longer force I and Sunday. LIVING
--- N. J. and Cleveland, Ohio.
son, while effect, and NOTICE
were weekend guests of Mr. and his brother Frankie, _
"iiotouily funnyl"-r Mrs. Irene Jphns and Mrs. L. is WHEREAS the.Board. of Upon Motion, second and I
Mrs. Tyler Jones. visiting Carl Motes also in Pa- mous vote the Board unanl-I
qD.cToRTSE SjSgt. Jimmy Rowe and Privates D. Green were overnight guests atka. Public Instruction of Clay Coun- Clerk to Supplement the I \ AROOM
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J Fund in the follqwlng I
Saturday and Forfeiture
Artie Walters Eddie and ty, Florida, fully recognizes
z Lynch Ydrah Bryan of Gainesville is manner, according to law.
in Live Oak.
Jimmy Murphey, all of Fort Bryson spending this week with the D. is aware of its duties and re- Estimated Expenses S
I I Mrs. Ira Harris and childrenleft of Cir- GROUP
of Clerk
trans- 321 Fees and Costs
II __ IOUDI Benning Ga. spent the weekend P. Hardy and Charles Hardy sponsittjlities to provide

., -fc VMMM--,..*.,,A.WI-Sa-i* MUMf. ...\ !' with( Mrs.,Rowe, and .Mrs. Hogan I for an last extended Friday for visit Broxton with, Ga.her families.W. portation school facilities and 323 cuit Fees Court and-$1.200.00 Costs of to 11,500.00 County 80 ..
Smith. 1 instruction for the elementaryand Judge $5,500.00 to $9.333.00 _
parents Mr. and Mrs. Eric Moore J. Dodd Jr. spent the. past stu- 327 ConY. Fees County Pros. At- 123 EAST CALL STREET INCLUDING
Mr. and Mrs. George Bolden 7th through grade to $900.00
Miss Helen Haines has been week with relatives in Durant tory $750.00
Plus. "Chump Champ" Cartoon and and daughter of' Tallahasseewere dents now living and residing in 329 Other Court Costs and Fees
confined in Doctor's Hospital the to $l.320.4US
Miss.Mrs. $750.00
chapter No. 4 "Congo BUI" weekend guests of Mr. and past week for observation and Albert Lee is visiting rel- .I the Kingsley Lake area of Clay Fees and Cost of County SherIff -

Mrs. X. M. Smith. treatment. tives in Miami this week. 'County, now therefore 15500.00 to $27.497.44 THREE PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA
SUN. MON. AND TUES. BE IT RESOLVED by the Reserve for Contingencies
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and $265.00 to $371.82
Board of Public Instruction of EHtlmate of Revenue and Receipt
June 16,17 and 18 family of Gainesville are spend-
ing this month with Mrs. A. Z. Clay County, Florida, that hence- 144 Fines and Forfeitures
A Case Record From Ai. $28,000.00 to 45850.00 0
the of Public In-
WWKSSE8SSS3Newspaper Adkins at Kingsley Lake. forth, Board 6/14 2t 2/21

i.. : Chiropractors FileByILG.Bolllnger Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wynn struction will provide bus trans-. --- 1I.
of the'elementary
: and family left lard; Friday fora
nan dents living in the Kingsley .1 Notice is hereby given that on
nine-day vacation trip to the 24 day of June, A.D., 1957. at
A thirteen old with
fashiondesigner year boy a historyof FlorIda LI
of Clay County -
Lake area 12:00 o'clock noon the undersignedCierk 7w-:
Tenn. and the Smoky
: a weak heart resulting from rheumatic to and from the Penney of the Circuit Court of Brad- _
[ Mountains N. C. ford County, Florida will seU for _
.,'" shapely ,. fever. Physical condition was such that Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt left Farms Elementary School In cash, to the highest and best bid- -
# 7 : that der the following described motor
: the boy could not in athletic activities Clay County Florida; and
A' showgirl I .. engage Saturday for Kansas City Mo., vehicle: ,
: : said Board will henceforth
';" at school. The boy was taken to a where Dr. Houpt attended a 1943 Ford Pick-Up Truck. Motor
\ :"1:, ''', in a
.. 'fo ) provide bus transportation for No. 87HC-48929, Color, Green.
I.\.\ ......"Ii..:.... : riotousMGM Chiropractor suffering with headaches, tonsilitls and nervous meeting of the American Acad- the 7th through 12th grade students said sale west to'of be the, conducted Bradford ImmedIately County-

romantically comedy! \ ness. An examination revealed a pressure on the spiral cord emy of Osteopathic surgeons living in the Kingsley Jail and will be held in accordancewith

I presents which had prevented theentire body from functioning normally from Saturday to Monday. Their Lake area of Clay County, FlorIda -i 1955.Chapter' 562. Florida Statutesof
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
GREGORY 1CILAtIRENA.c.ALt4 Removing the pressure not only corrected the tonsOitis to and from the Clay Coun-! This 8th day of June A.D., 1957. PLUS
Mrs. V. W. Strickland Jr. oDes !
t.oheadaches Charles A. Darby
: : and nervousness but permitted the heart to makea Moines Ia. will meet themin ty High School in Green Cove Clerk of the Circuit Court, Table .
1 Round Coffee
Springs. Florida; and further Bradford County. Florida. -
DESIGNINGEOLOHJES recovery which had not been previously possible. This boy Kansas City and take Mra that all students living and residing 6/14 2t 6/21 Only

now enjoys good health and is able to engage In athletic activi Houpt back to Des Moines with in the said Kingsley ,Lake NOTICE TO APPEAR 2-Step-End Table

I ty. them for a month's visit. area shall henceforth attend !. Clrtalt Court. Bradford CoaBtr.Florida ,,

G1% Jerome F. (Jerry) Colley, public schools within Clay Coun. I. C......". 2-Lamp Tables
Joyce Plaintiff
U CBtntStop*nl UETROCOLORTHEATRE For further information on this and similar cases. phone or Ph-2 U. S. Navy, graduated ty." Woodhouse Defendant. vs. 95

write from the Motion Case No. 10-2222 231
Picture. Camera
Similar Resolutions NfttlM TA Annea? /
School at the U. S. Naval Tech .Similar resolutions were sent To: John E. Woodhouse. whose WhileS.
DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES I residence and address is: 2421 Carol
tiNES nical
1 COL 3N(42( ) Training
AD MAT NO.112 Unit Pensacola, to residents in Keystone Heightsand Avenue Yuma, Arizona.;
I' ti i "Beauty on BeacE""Ca7tooiWED. : I 728 E. University Ave. 426 N. Walnut St. on June 7. After spending a 30- Highland. Ton are hereby notified that a null They Last!

Gainesville Phone 6-3238 Starke Phone 108 day leave here with his mother, Bradford School Superintendent for minor divorce child custody and and attorneys'fee supportf

., THURS. AND FRI. I Mrs. Margery Colley, he will report Harmon Morgan noted thatattendance' .. h,
I aboard has been lied against 70U fa the j .. .. .. c,-.- .... --
June 19, 20 and 21 the aircraft carrier at Clay County

Intrepid at Norfolk, Va. schools of these students would I =

II The Paul Smarts have movedto help the Clay board financially

Filmedin 734 N. Walnut St. since it would boost its qualifications

rHUl'$ I ,1'/ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benson and for federal funds, and REVIVAL Pine Level l Baptist Church

I Mexico'sI .,. .. family of Scottsboro, Ala. are also tend to offset criticism that

OFFER THAT MAY managing the Gardenia house the board was not justified in' ,

while Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lawsonare receiving $10,000 in lieu of taxes

I : Seething NEVER IE REPEATED. on vacation. Mr. Benson is at Blanding when. they were- )not Starting Sunday, June'16 Till Further NoticeSONG

i j- !( supervisor for the Kayo service .educating children in that area.

S Gorge A guaranteed top quality famous Fulmer! Seat Cover.A stations in this area. Morgan also noted that' if I SERVICE 7:45JP. M. PREACHING 800P. M. EACH NIGHT

rflular, $29.95 VALUE- ., Mr. and Mrs. David Paton of these students do attend Clay I I '

'of the WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS $21.95 New Jersey have rented the Andrews schools, though it is believed ,- '._--- -- ".-. T..,. "-"',": .'_' ", ., -

... -FOR ONLY _,-; up_ house at 514 Epperson many of;.,them will not, .,this Of "" ,l 'jt.y-I.;; .... . :" ..,,,, t" ;Jf. ::"'';t" )7'?.,.:J: '" ., ."i:.

GodsCINEMASCOPE y street. 'would temporarily relieve the }: S"__. < -o. : : 4-

r Mrs. Guy Andrews and 'Dn, overcrowded conditions ia Bradford !: -5- ,
ill Hand tailored from Jthpm r- r -
tthsMtrod.fobrlcthatlsfr. \ y / __ __ Tommy, are visiting relatives in schools. .'t _
z Wytheville, Va for ten days. Controversy f, '. '. -
tram Itctricol$ shock,wcvmar iIii
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand The Cver.the opt-
._controversy .
Winter,cooler la Summer, J
THE \ daughter Sarah, Mr. and of-County students started sev-:
sWaM to stains, abrotlon 7cuid
Mrs. Lloyd Green and son. eral weeks ago with the suggest
bvnu. 4 ,
o RIVERS Archie, and Mr. and Mrs. Char- tion -that these students be bar-

See the beautiful patterns les Dinkinri and family attendedthe .red from Bradford schools as a
EDGE 4 qft' / ? funeral of Mrs. Karma Sandsof I remedy for the overcrowded con _

Antioch last Friday after- ditions. This suggestion was

lttMPlOit, ..' '." noon. also made, as.a. means for work-
1 ..-" ... ....-. :::---.',,.. ':; i FULMER ,V Guests of !Irs. W. B. Mundy ing out a solution to the problem .. $ f ?
I. \ and daughter Jean. last Friday which has arisen from the
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number of stu-
evening at Jean's graduationfrom ever increasing ,4p1 -

/ _% BHS were Mr. and Mrs. dents attending Bradford schools ; e
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Lex Bagley of Ocala, Mrs. Margaret with none of the local revenue

QUINN EASY TERMS Robbins and son. Eddie, for their support comes from Special Music By Pine Level Baptist Church Trio -

f FREE INSTALLATIONSHEPHERD'S_ and Mrs. Grace Perkins of Clay County.The .
Lucile Conner Gwendolyn Thornton 'Marian Conner 4 *
fwnvile, and Mr. and Mrs. idea of banning these _ ... ...Jj.! .. _
i rill of Ware S. C. students was dropped when busi- -
Mundy Shoals
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fran 20tt Century-fai ALSO TONY AND
....IIwEENEDLCT -- Mr. and. Mrs. George Oliver ness and community people urg-

S BvCwUJS*ALLAil DW"'t( and children of Amarillo, Texasare ed they be kept here because of GOOD CONGREGATIONAL AND CHOIR SINGING EVANGELIST
HAROLD JACOB SMlTHwi JAMB WCESTER spending three weeks with the business and social ties be- '

SFG.Lj RADIO & TV Mr.family.and Mrs. G. S. ,Brown and tributiona tween the the groups Clay and people the maketo coIl Everybody Invited To Come And Join In This

----U-- -- :Miss Florence Brown a teacher the community. _
Plus "Cat*IaThe Act" Cartoon at Emerson Elementary ;BefOM, Transportation:. i
*' Miami returned home The Bradford board .i Stead
( C: : Phone 239 Starke Florida School ,
Picturesque. Portugal (Short) Wednesday for the summer. She' adopted the policy of refusingto REV. W. E, HALL, PASTOR .

win attend the summer term at furnish transportation for the S
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yyyy......TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTKEYSTONE terian rector. Church Two periods, will of be the campingfor di- carried the out rooms.with flowers throughout If/VVVVm.........,.... and now living on Water Streetin accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. owee, N. C.. They returned home
duringthe Starke. W. L. Mills, Jr., Mrs. Ernest Sunday.
ninth graders have been ar- hours 120
HIGHLIGHTS were .guests. LAWTEYAj Danny Waters.spending this Raulerson, Mrs. Steve Starling, Mrs John
ranged, June 24-29, and July 1- and familyof
On Saturday, June .1, the Jr
I week In. Jacksonville: with his and Mr. and Mrs. Truman
6, with Rev. W. F. Stonebraker choir Tampa are visiting her pa-
of the First ,
Ey Mary K. Schaeffer, Guest EditorAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA as director. Eighth grade camps Melrose Baptist Churchof Mn.-Joyce T. Fotch uncle and aunt, Mr. and, Mrs. Norman. rents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
gave a shower for ,
Lyle SchmehL Rev. James of Occeeconducted
Shuf rd.
-11--* will be held July 8-13 and_ July Miss Vickers in the educational &&&&&&&&&&&.&&& & &&&&&i.
Mrs. revival at the Wood-
Maude a
1520. Dr. E. FF. :Montgomery of building of the Church. Roden of Ft. Mr. and Mrs. Canton Wilmottand
The "Hats Off Corner From The wishes go with the Bastedos! Lake City will direct this camp friends Twentyfive Pierce is looking after business lawn Baptist Church last week, :Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Thomasof
of the
Thumb Nail Sketch Pad Rotary Fish Fry brideelectwere Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burneyof interests here this week. and waa the guest of Mr. and
and one for seventh graders Lake City were guests of
A citizen of this comunity who Time for the Annual Rotary July 22-27 ,. present. Jacksonville visited his mother Those i visiting the Fred Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and daughter. the Preston Greenes during the

will be greatly missed as he Swimming Program is' drawingnear A Young Adult ,conference has Duplicate Bridge ResultsAt Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp, on Moores: and attending the graduation Rev. Wells 'of Jacksonville weekend.Mr. .
location and to support this the Duplicate Bridge gameon Saturday.Mr. attended the services Friday
leaves soon for a near- program for their and
been planned for 2-4. son, Freddy,
August .
and Mrs.
er his present work is C. J. carried out by the YMCA, Rev. Yale Gunn, Minister of Ed- Thursday, June 6, Mra. E. P. and Mrs. Milton Jenkins daughter Gayle, were Mrs. evening. Clyde Hiatt
Bastedo. Mrl; Bastedo and his the Rotarians will hold a Fish ucation at1' Murray Hill Pr sby- Menzen and Mrs R., A. .Carnes and family of' Jacksonville were WesJey Thomas and son, Jody, of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and daughters are spending Mr.

family came to Keystone Fry at the Beach on Friday, terian Church, Jacksonville, will were in first place, second were weekend guests of Mrs. Lulu Hendersonville, N. C., Mr. and and family have as guests Mrs. Hiatt's vacation at their homeon

Heights in 1947 with the Hum- June 14, beginning 5:30 p.m. be the director. The entrance to W. R. jTerry and Louis Kyle, Dority and F. A. Mrs. S. D. Andrews and daughter George R. Summerlin and son, Crystal River.
and he Not only will there be good and third were Mrs. J. D.' Hen- Mrs. J. 0 Pons childrenof of Anniston Ala. were
phreys Cold Corporation the Camp is on the Starke roada and Debbie, of Wildwood, and Joe, They
was construction superintendent fish, cole slaw, hush puppies, short distance from Keystone derson and Mrs Gordon Adams. Tallahassee are visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer' of shopping in Jacksonville on KlNGSLEI' LAKE
for the building of the Trail home made pies and cakes, and Heights. Church Circle parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Tampa. Freddy plans to return'to Monday. MISSIONARY BAPTIST

Ridge Plant. good fellowship but you will Explorers And Leaders Mrs. John Kargea was host- Reddish., The Reddishes' Sunday Hendersonville with Mrs
Preston Green, J. E. Wall, and School 9:45 aoa. Morning
Cam will long be rememb'eredfor' be helping to give the boys and Visit Community Church ess to Circle number Three of guests were Mrs. Eve Godwin of Thomas'and work"ther this sum
his many services to this girls a gtJOd.swimming program the Community Church at her Starke and Mrs. Mary Reddish. mer. Mr. Hoffman motored to Hen- Worship 11 a.m. EverJng
instruction of the YM Thirty-five Explorers and June 5. dersonville early last week, pick- Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
the home The
He served as treas- on Wednesday Luella, and Priscilla l Tanner
community. eight leaders from the Flint Riv- Friends of Rev. Edgar Wil- the each 7:30
attending ed up Wayne Wall, at Boy's Wednesday pan. Every.
of the Comunity Church for CA. Support the program by Circle will not meet regularly were business visitors to Jacksonville -
urer er Council, Region Six, Boy summer kinson of Starke, former pastorof School that he attends, and all one we.1come.-Rev. H. H. Mott,
fish but severalare
the the fry. the ,
and was on on Saturday. .
seven First Church will be
Scouts of America, were guestsof Baptist enjoyed a camping trip at Culll- pastor.
the Church Camp Montgomery Opens meeting to get acquaintedand Mrs. Beulah of
Board of Trustees of the Community Church Sunday -I Revell Palatka interested to learn that he has
until the rotation system went Camp Montgomery, the Pres- School and the Morning to make some plans for the was the Sunday dinner guest of accepted a call to the Hopeful

into efect several years ago. It byterian Conference Center on Worship Hour on Sunday, June Fall. Nine members enjoyed asocial Mrs. Mamie Futch and Floyd. Baptist Church near Lake City.
through his initiative and Crystal Lake, will be officially hcur and some brief reports Rev. George Chism pastor of
of Griffin for
9. Wayne R. Morrow Commencement exercises
hard work that the firehouse opened on Monday, June lp. of the meeting of the Highland Baptist Church con-
Ga., is the District Scout Execu- the Lawtey Junior High School
was built when he and others Starting :Monday and continuing United Church Women which I ducted a prayer service at theJ.
tive and was among those ac- were held in the auditorium
furnished the labor and the town through Friday the Senior High was held in Clearwater last !. B. Teston home on Thursday
the June 4. A. J. : t
companying boys. They Tuesday evening, *
furnished the mater- WorkCamp will be staged, with month and was attended by sev- evening. Mr. Teston had hopedto
necessary "R. "'"
were at Gold Head State Park Thomas, Jr. Past Commander, ,i.n
ials. Cam served as the first Rev. Gary Demarest as dean, eral of the members. return from Alachua General :

fire Chief and again recently, Mr Demarest is, Minister' of Ed- Redfearn for a camp.- VickersAnnouncement Family ReunionMr. Horpital in time for services but Department ican Legion, of was Florida' the, speakerfor Amer- I, i so39 1

resigninug on account of moving ucation' Riverside Presbyterian and Mrs. Raymond Star- did not get home until Friday. this occasion. Mrs. Mae Wells trot
from Keystone. The building Church in Jacksonvile. This has been made nes were hosts to a family re- Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. 1 t.i""" '!>
bears a plaque with his name. opening event will'' note be all by'::Mr. and :Mrs. Montay Vickersof union at their home on Lake Joyce Futch were Friday night assisted the by the music.Glee Mrs.Club, Arlie rendered t 1

There are no plaques to com play and study, but high school Melrose of the engagementof Geneva last weekend. Beginningwith guests of Mr. and Mrs J. P. Dobbs, Jr., presented a flag to rr,.. ILC.
memorate Mr. Bastedo's serviceto young people from all parts of their daughter, Gloria, to a family picnic at the Pen- Wyrick and Miss Mary Julia the school in of Law- fJ\1;
the Community Church, nor north Florida. will join in pre- Michael S. Redfearn of Keystone ney Farms Memorial groundson Futch in Tallahassee. On Saturday memory ,.. >
for the service on the Town paring the grounds for the con Heights. The wedding will take Friday, the group enjoyed a I morning they visited their rence Dobbs. Supt.diplomas H. P.to 1tor.I the I i I :; tM JiX i

Council, nor to the Rotary Club, ferences and camps that have place on July 16 in.the First dinner at the Starnes home on I uncle, Walter Terry, near Chat- gan following presented graduates: Misses'Mary '! 4

but there is never a fish fry or been scheduled throughout the Baptist Church, Meirose.A Saturday, a visit to Penney tahoochee. Mr. Terry, who is Harley,- Carolyn Starling, 1. .WJt'f........ ;<..\

other project but Cam ]is in there summer. number of parties are plan- Farms Community Church on quite ill, has -visited here many Lynn Perint, Vonda Starling; I

working. He was elected Rotary Study, planned recreation and ned for Miss Vickers. Mrs. Hunt- Sunday, followed by dinner at timea Gwendolyn Raulerson,. Freda lI. : ,

President, but resigned antic- fellowship will go along with ley Redfearn was hostess at a the Inn. Phil and Julius Eunice ar- Hardee, Jean Hiatt, Ruby Lee ',l,' "
ipating an immediate transfer to the preparatory work, the dean tea for her on May 25. Assisting The 20 family members gath- visiting their grandparents, Mr. Johnson, Rosa Mae Austin, Pat- &1..;;::1:l

Jacksonville. He never refused says. Mra Redfearn were Mrs. Frank ered for the occasion included and, Mrs. Jim Godwin, in Max- ricia Padgett, Virginia Gas-
turned down a re- Immediately following the Walrath, Jr., Mrs. Lindsey ville this week.
a job, never the following out of town visitors kins, Patricia Sapp, Gertie Faye
quest for assistance.Not work camp, a senior high con- Walker and Mrs. Alfred B. Wat- : Mr. and Mrs.: Jack Wagner Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills Jr Cruce,_and Annie Lee Crews. -I II
only Cam, but his wife, ference will be held, June 1722. son', who poured tea, and Mrs I and children of Rio Hondo, Tex- and family spent Saturday in Edwin Grfifis, Tommy Carter -

Juanita, and their daughter, Rev. D. Douglas VVilkerson pa- E. T. JIartin, who served punch. as; }fr. and Mrs.: Bill Wagnerand Jacksonville with the. Senior Lane Gaskins Spurgeon MaSsey -
Bobbie, will be missed. Our good stor of the Lake Shore Presby- Greeting the guests was MissVirginia children from San Antonio,, Mills. Linda and Ricky remainedfor Larry Norman, Paul Wilkison -

Vickers, aster of the Texas; Mr.: and Mra: George P. a visit with their grand- Randall Bradley, 'Edward r.I

brideelect.The Truitt and daughter Jan of parents. Crawford, John Norsworthy, Eu :=:: "' -

table decoration on a pink Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs.: Hu- Mrs. Jesr.3 Smith and A. Q. of ene Brewer, Clyde Wainwright, : 10I

See actual road-test proof.1TRUCKS cloth overlaid with lace, featured ert Wheeler of Ewing, Va.; Mr. Starke visited the Paul Bennett L. G. Wilkeraon, Howard Bowen,
bridal in front of a family on Saturday. I
a figure and Mrs. John Clark, and Miss and Danny Phillips. HUGE@C
r large engagement ring formedof Mattie Farnsworth of Melrose, Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Mrs. Arlie Miss Lynn Perint and Edward

styrofoam, with glitter to re- and Rev. and Mrs. James H. Dobbs visited Riverside Memorial Griffis received outstandingstudent .FtGE

DODGE :I' present the diamond. The color Wagner, Penney Farms. Park in Jacksonville on Sat. awards.
most scheme of pink and white: was Personals urday and placed flowers on the Buster Bennett of Titusville*

I Mr.: and Mrs. Al Nelson have grave 'of Lawrence Dobbs. spent the weekend with his wife ERAL fj ELECTRICREFRIGERATOR
returned from Wilson, N. C. The faculty of our local school and son at the home of Mrs.
where attended wedding of felt proud that our seventh
of 3 they Hattie Darley.
powerful. low-priced COLONIAL their niece, the former Miss grade teacher, Mini Dorothy Rev. Troy M. Wakefield of

Betsy Wright, to Joe Clark, Jr. Swanbom received her Masterof Gainesville will return as pastor

The wedding took place on May Education Degree from the of the Methodist Church for the
25' in the First Presbyterian University of Florida on Mon HOMI o
Church of Wilson, with Rev. R. day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly ti I I) I 1
M. Williams officiating. The and :Mrs. Joseph Starlingand spent last, weekend in Lakelandand nree FMn Width SlIt"" '. Automatic Uttritt ligtl I
l ceremony was followed by a daughter, Geraldine, were attended graduation exercises SwipliM/ Singh Dial Liter Comportment Keeps LOW PRICE
218 .
.. ( net Jut light for MIl. ,
sightseeing in Georgia on Sun- M Tea-/ohaC..trol .
wedding dinner for the familiesof of Southern College. Their '" a s.4ia, '
Width Freeur.
I the bridal couple, the dinner day. son, David, wan one of the grad- I '1' AI.....for fast Frntl.g. leh..aorobV.ke.d ht Actjntob Dta.."!.
( ) held in the church parlors. Thebride's Billy Anders is visiting his uates. Wendell and David ac- I Foil Width CkdIa Tray DON$kh. ..
I gown of white organza, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. companied them home and. will 4

appliqued with seed pearls and and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, in spend some time here. While

FLOWERSFor the finger tip length illusion veil Jacksonville.Sam there they stayed with. Miss Gn L MCGRIFF APPLIANCESGENERAL
Hicks, who is
with crown of seed pearls were employedin Catherine Young a former
All Occasions fashioned by'her mother. The Jacksonville, is spending his teacher in the local school.

v bride is the daughter of Mr. vacation with ,his wife and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren
; DISH CARDED and'Mra Joe Wright of Wilson, and Mrs. Glenn Shuford.O. of Jacksonville spent the week- ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCOR.
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'N, ,:' N.. C. and the bridgroom ia the J. Anders and Rev. W. L. end with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
*yr %tZj&$&&* son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clarkof Mills Jr. attended ordination Warren. CALL AND WALNUT PHONE 229

iEDodge POTTERY Raleigh, N. C. The couple will services for Robert Hastings at Vacation Bible School STARKE, FLORIDA

< x ', reside in Raleigh, where Mr. Air Park Baptist Church on Daily Vacation Bible School
+ wwvJwJA1i "The Authorized General Electric DealerIn
vww Mro Only Appliance
Flowers Wired Sunday. Rev. Mills assisted in
ClarK is connected with the will begin June 17th at the
matches reserve power against truck "C" General Electric Company.The the ordination.Mrs. Methodist church under the Bradford County"
and truck "F"in this test for safer passing ability.All .
Anywhere Jack Brassell and three
Al Nelsons had as guests of Miss Rebecca Mod-:
with three 1000 lbs.are A comparably skilled test equipped driver is behind and loaded each I last weekend Mr. and Mra. John children of Dahlgren, Va. are elmog, of Lake Butler, Mrs. We Service Everything We Sell

wheel. Here's the flag, they're off! Nona St. Starke Kirkland of Lakeland, who were spending some time with her Wilma Wainwright will teach
on their way to New York. Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. kindergarten class, Mrs. P. L.

and :Mrs. Ernest Weems of Wainwright. :Mr. Brassell will Dinkins, Sr. and Mrs. Hubert - --
later. .. .. .
join his family -- -- ---- --- -
Priest the Primaries, Mrs. G. a
t Mr. and Mrs. William Pringleand W. Roberts the Juniors, and Miss

/ Mr. and Mrs. Birchfield Modelmog, the intermediates $ 'TRADE-IN ON
Miller of Sanford visited Mr.: be held from 9 to
Shop --- and Mrs. Joe Starling and Mrs. 11:30 for 5 days. 110 .

R. H. Futch this week.. Wendell Kelly had as Wed- ANY APPLIANCEF
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thomasare Edward
nesday night guests _
PRICESAND occupying the Joyce Futch Brooks of Miami, arid Maurice .,

Apartment, formerly occupiedby Altman of Orlando. They all
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Morris
left Thursday for Tusca1oosa.1

Jacksonville, whet were Lakeland Ala., where they I
gional Fraternity meeting, returning -
neighbors of the Kirklands and
I the Nelsons, were also guestsfor home Sunday evening.
..<''t. A the weekend.Mr. Mrs. Nelson Blocker and sons
If ., w' f visited the H.
>,",( 'x .. v % and Mrs. Alfred B. Wat- of Jacksonville
I ... ., .. son and Miss Agnes Watson at- C. Harleys and Mrs. A. H. Harley -
'.. .
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; evening.
I ... Sr. on Friday
Alfred ,
tended the
I -. ........ graduation home with the
I them Ulaf Watson, Jr., at Emory at Oxfordon Harley returned
Ij Blockers for a visit and will
i Dodge takes an early lead and at 30 m.p.h. is Saturday morning. Followingthe exercises at ,I
I widening the gap. Truck "C" and truck "F" are graduation at 10, the graduates attend graduation
School on
straining to deliver their peak performance. But and families were enter- Terry Parker High

I that Dodge 204-hp. V-8 keeps gaining easily. Its 1 tained at a barbecue luncheon. Tuesday' evening. Miss Jackie this
added power means less wear, fewer repairs, too. lJeheG' The Watsons were guests of Mr. Harley will graduate at

I and Mrs. George KInney, Atlanta time.Mrs.

t _. .-.. -.--' ," -"...... ., h"I' I before returning to Keystone. Margaret Kelly Is spending -
I RU..ww. Bobby Redfearn was host on sometime with the Roy Tom-

,. 't.: .,: ,x-X:: .. t J tLiJ;..: ;{ f I FOR FATHER'S' DAY Friday evening to 15 of his linson family at New River.Starling;
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*"""$'t: ::0s1r."'''' ':'.'*>' :'"i'; classmates and FriendaThey en- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy

:s'":l, ,;ii.t: \11 ;*\ joyed. games and dancing. who have been visiting Mr. and in
Mr. and }Mrs. Fred Mitchell Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham
and 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed- Baldwin returned at the homeof

$5 BILL FOLDS 14 DAYS TRIAL munds 'of Clermont were the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley ;

guests of. Mr., and Mrs. Louis last week end.
Kyle last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rat use

$2.95 ONElectric :Milton Starnes has returnedfor and Joan visited Mra Alma Dj- .
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Ir I t summer vacation from Em- : al In Starke on Sunday. In the .
r and Mrs. Jerry Dy--
at Oxford. evening Mr.
oryry \
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S a, c uar" RazorsOLD Mrs. 'Marge Tracy has returned al and son of Hampton visited ALL CHANNELS
a : \tR : .
Men's Belts $1.00 to her home after an extended the Rafuses.
visit which Included stops in The Sixth Grade Students and

and other the Opportunity Class with their;
Pittsburgh, Chicago,
REGULAR $339.9sService
SPICE SETS *$5 Trade-in On All points. teachers, Mrs. Bethna Estes,

II 5" Miss Marilyn Ann Rushton and Mrs. Elizabeth Eubanka, enjoyed .
The Gift He's Sure To a trip to Marineland on: .
Electric Razors spent a few days with her pa-
In just one Quarter mile Dodge is five length
ahead of truck "C", seven lengths out front of Appreciate rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rush- Wednesday, May 29. They were

truck "F' And this is but one of a complete series I ton.. She is now located in Dal- !
I of actual road tests that prove Dodge the out- las, Texas with Delta Airlines I
standing value of the low-priced three \ Mrs. William B. Dawson has GAY'SHome

I, Prescriptions Are Our SpecialtyTwo as her guest her daughter, Mrs.J. .
H. Webster and granddaughters
; Your Dodge truck dealer has proof that Elaine and Carol, of Morgan Appliances I

Dodge leads in many ways. Come in. Registered Pharmacists To Serve You Wednesday City, La.of On last Tuesday week Mrs.and Your Friendly

see other certified,test-photo se uences ? Day and Night. Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions Dawson ited in and Savannah Mrs.,. Webster acompanyingMrs. vis- Norge Dealer All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

and take a demonstration ride! Dawscn's mother, Mrs. J. NQRGE APPLIANCES Fully Equipped DependableAll
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Rev. and Mrs.. Russell Young MAYTAG WASHERS 1
When You Have Them Filled At attended the wedding of Miss
DODGEPowerGiants I Marguerite Blanks and Dr. Robert COLEMAN HEATERS and

: t tI E. Benway at the First FLOOR FURNACESWe SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV

KOCH DRUG STOREPHONE Christian Church in Miami, on
I I Tuesday, June 11. Both Miss INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
Blanks and Dr. Benway received Appliances

53 their MD degrees from the TV -. Radio -- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone

MOST POWBt OF THE IOW-WH 3'- I University of Miami, June ,10.I Phone 10 239 Starke Fla.'lJ" .

,_ Miss Edith Young was' maid of Starke, Florida --
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t...yyyyyyy yYYYYY1 AFB Austin Texas spent a few ors Saturday evening at the petitioner Jack F. Siemer and you NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Florida and described as: County Telegraph a newspaperpublished May, 1957.CIRCUIT. .
I are required to serve a copy of that Ann Bissell. the holder of PARCEL 2: in Bradford County Flo-
home of Mrs. Ina in ( )
here with his the Knight
days family,
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your answer or objections to show the following certificates had filed North Half of Southeast Quarterof rida and having a general circula- *
HAMPTON Raleigh Brannens the last week-",Hampton, and visiting Sunday' cause why said petition should not said certificates for a tax deedto Northeast Quarter (N% of tion In said County.. Charles A. Darby
end in May. with Mrs. Knight were the be granted on petitioner's attorney. be issued thereon. The certifi- SE%, of NW%) of Section 21, WITNESS Clerk of the Circuit Court if
hand Clerk of
Lex Green, whose address is 209 cate numbers and years of issuance, Township 7 South, Range 23 my as Bradford County FlorIda
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Misner Charles Crews of Heilbronn. Temple Ave., Starke, Florida, and the description of the property, East; said Circuit Court of Bradford Hollis V. Knight 1
BJ Mn. D. E. umAAAAAAAAA&&AAAAA.A.A& Weekend visitors at the homeof file the original in the office of and the names in which it was County Florida, and the seal of for Plaintiff
and son returned from a the relief Is the parti- Attorney
Sunday the Clerk 'of the Circuit Court on assessed are as follows: that sought said Court, at Starke Bradford 524 U 611
&. trip to Flint Mich to visit with :Mr. and Mrs Ira Lester in or before the 24 day of June. 1957. Certificate No. 38. tion of aid property and the establishment County Florida this 17th day of
were Mrs. Lester's Herein fail not or a decree and satisfaction of
relatives and to see Mr. J.lisner'sfather. Hampton son pro ,
Year .of Issuance 1955.
ouncil Discusses certain equitable liens between the I
confesso will be entered against I
and family the Albert Birts of Description of Property N% of
who has been seriously : parties; and you are summoned,
ay Phone, SOI Petition St. Petersburg. you.Witness Foil Dese property S 153% ft ordered and required to file -'rTlafa Our Business
ill. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Parker my hand and seal of o1SE4ofBlk6SotR4W&Fracs your
[Putting up an additional written Answer or defenses to the
pay said court in Starke, Bradford U _
also made a trip to Flint re- S of Blk 6 S of R 4 W
hone in Hampton in an outside turning on Thursday of last week. County 1957. Florida this 22 day of May, being 2 A in SW Cor of NE% Parcel Amended 2 in Complaint said cause In as the to office said U Ifs Glass We Have It],
poth; was discussed at the of SW% in Temples S/D. Sec Clerk
of the undersigned of said CALL WRITE VISIT
onthly council meeting on Tuesy Both families visited with }{r, (OFFICIAL SEAL) 21. T, 6 S RUE Court In Starke, Florida, on or I or
and Mrs. Jim Baker who expect SERVICE CHARLES A. DARBY as Clerk of Name in which assessed P. D. before the 26th day of June 1957 '
evening June 4. Further in-: MEN said Circuit Court.
Reddish.All and to serve a copy thereof on
brmation to move soon to Detroit By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. Joe Peters Glass Go.S
on the subject will be. of said property being; In Hollis V. Knight, plaintiff's at-
{ought to the they reported. Mrs. Baker is the 6/2 it 6/H the County of Bradford State of torney, whose address Is Starke. .
next meeting! daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Florida. Florida, on or before said date
1 en possible action will be tak-: NOTICE OP AflfLICATIOX Unless such certificate or certi- required by the 'Laws of Florida FOR ANY GLASS NEED
and sister of Mrs. Misner. FOR TAX DEED
L ficates shall be redeemed according and the Florida Rules of Civil Store
i RMC Bill No. 186 We Design Modern
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne will to law the property described in Procedure. If you fall to so do, a
A petition lav to be made up NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES such certificate or certificates will decree pro confesso will be entered lost Mall Us A Pattern for
id public' leave today for Denver Colo. on that Ann Bissell, the holder of be sold to the highest bidder at against you for the relief demandedin
put on display the a two-weeks' ,vacation trip, to Vincent Kelly Seaman Apprentice the following: certificates had filed the court house door on the first the complaint. -- Table Tops
uncil decided, for signatures of said certificates for a tax deedto Monday in month of July. 1957,
son of Mr. and
see their son James who is sta- be Issued thereon. The certifi- Gainesville 24153Spe
Phone FR.
I which is the let day of July, 1957. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Fla.
persons interested in backing, B. Kelly of Gainesville cate numbers and this order and notice shall be pub-
isserving years of issuance,
tioned there with the air force. Dated this 23rd day of May 1957. lished once each week for four
e four-laning of Highway 301 aboard the USS Bon the description ofthe property, Charles A. Darby, Bradford
consecutive weeks in
Mr. Home's brother W. S. and
the in
'uth from Starke. i names which it was Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
Home of St George S. C. was Homme Richard. He attended assessed are as follows: ford County, Florida
aU Saxon Celebrates to come to Hampton this weekto Bradford High School and also Year Certificate of Issuance No. 43. 1955. 5/31 4t 6/21

th Birthday With Party i make the trip west with them. Gainesville High before enteringthe Description of Property: Beg at !. the Circuit -Court of the Eighth
Gail Saxon celebrated her fifth They also plan,I to visit relativesin service. His address is: Vin- SW Cor of NW 4 of SW% & Judicial Circuit *f Florida IB and ,

irthday on Saturday June 8,I, Kansas. cent Kelly SA,. 489-11-26 2nd run for POB E along, N 200% sec ft .line E 50 660 ft ft S For Iu Bradford Chuucery CouBtys -

Uth a party at the home of her' Mrs. Louise Jones of Trenton Div., USS Bon Homme Richard 200 ft tolls sec. line W along;

[randparents Mr. and Mrs. Glenn'I' visited here last weekend with CVA 31, care FPO San Fran- 22.% sec T.6SR2ZE line 50 ft to POE, Sec Roy Ethel Kalch Holmes Jr., Plaintiff et al, Defendants., vs. Lee

aclntosh; in Hampton. the Raleigh Brannen, family and cisco, Calif. He would like to Name in which assessed George Order Notice of PubUcatlou To Defend and cial

Following games and opening was present to see her granddaughter hear from friends and relatives. ,Griffin.
All of said property being In THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
t gifts refreshments were serv-, Norma Jean Jones I the County' of Bradford. State: of Helen Bennett and Eugene A. Ben-
to 10 relatives and frien,1s.Mr. : graduate Friday evening at BHS. Specialist 3-c Louis W. Mos- Florida. nett of South Bend Indiana, whose

and Mrs. Spencer CorneL'us Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Faile and ley Jr., son of Mrs. Minnie O. ficates Unless shall such be certificate redeemed according or certi- Juanita residence Hankins is otherwise and Michael unknown Han-; __ _

nd daughters of Hastings were daughters left Friday morningfor Mosley of Rt. 1, Starke is a to law the property described in kins, of Lansing Michigan, whose
:unday visitors with the 'V. J. Rome Ga. to visit with Mrs. member of the 20th Station Hos- such certificate or certificates will residence is otherwise unknown;
be sold to the highest bidder at Lea 'Kalch McFeeters and R. P. THE NEW 1957 : 11
lades in Hampton.Mrs. Faile's parents, the J. E. Toles pital's Medical Detachment in the court house, door on the first McFeeters, whose residence is
T. F. Brown returned last for ,a week. Rev. Faile expectedto Germany. He entered the Armyin I:Monday in month of July, 1957 Grafton, Virginia; Karl H. Zeig- '
ler whose residence is Cypress !
which is the 1st day of July, 1957.
eekend from a week's visit in drive to a church in Alabamafor August 1954 and arrived Over- Dated this 23rd day of May, 1957. Creek. Severna Park, Md.: Joseph e < P j
liaml with her son and daughter- a speaking engagement on Charles A. Darby C. Zeigler, whose residence is _
seas the following February.
Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Cypress Creek, Severna Park, '
i-lavv Sunday. Sims of -
and the Gordon Gainesville
family ford County, Florida Maryland, and if married his un- '
Veests.. While there she attendd spoke at both morning and Elisha N. Coleman, AirmanU.S. 5/31 4t 6/21 known wife; Karl H. Zeigler, Jr., Jj
the graduation of her grand- evening services at Hampton Navy L" serving aboard the whose residence is Severna Park
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Maryland, and whose mailing ad- .
aughter Betty Weest from Mimi Baptist church on Sunday in the support aircraft carrier USS TAX DEED dress is P. O. Box 303, Severna ** ,
High School. Louise and BUST absence of the pastor.Mr. Valley Forge and took part in House Bill No. 186: Park, Maryland, and if married his /
unknown wife Evelyn Panne- Famous( Make
and Mrs. Leonard Melton
Weest. returned to Hampton an International Naval Reviewat that Ann Bissell, the holder of packer, individually and as domiciliary -
rfth their grandmother for a and children of St Mary's Ga. Hampton Roads, Va. on June 'the following certificates had filed administratrix of the estate \ ... I '

wo-weeks' visit here. Also ac- visited his parents, the L. L. Mel- 12. The review was a major said to be certificates issued thereon.for a The tax certificate deed of, whose Cleon Pannepacker residence is, deceased 204 Office Typewriter !

ompanying Mrs. Brown home tons, near Hampton last week- highlight of the Jamestown numbers and years of issuance-, Washington Avenue, Newtown,
ere Mrs. Alice Wilson and the description of the property. ennsylvania; Cleon L. Pannepacker, t "
end.Mrs. Festival commemorating and the In Jr., David Pannepacker and Anna '
names which it
laughter Alice and --son Jim- Jessie Chastain of Hampton 350 anniversary of the foundingof assessed are as follows: was Bush, the residence of each of :LIST PRICE $179,50; fills 'OJC 1r IT'
ny, who spent the weekend in spent Thursday and Fridayin Jamestown Va. colonyin Certificate No. 70. whom is unknown; and all un- '- / r .
the Year known claiming Interest '-- :.: : :
Lake of Issuance 1955. persons any -- .
before going to Crystal City with her sister-in-
In the hereinafter described
1607, Description Property: S% of
ake, where the children will at- law, Mrs. W. A. Russ. SE14 of SW% of NW V4 sec 25 property as the heirs, grantees, cre- .00
end for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green and T 8SR22E ditors or other claimants by i $165
I Pvt. Maurice A. Prevatt, Name in through, under or agalnt the following -
Tracy A. Jones of Bergstromtarn family of Heilbronn where visitYOU'LL Ral- which assessed :Mae B. known persons who are
Ovedia lives at Speed Agt.
whose wife, ,
dead, to-wit: William Kalchreuter.
ford, is receiving eight weeksof the County or said of property ieing In also known as William Kalch de- p
Bradford, State
with Florida. of ceased: Lee Roy Kalch also knownas
basic combat training Unless such Roy Kalch, deceased; Clifford {BiG.GEStTRAD flN AltOWANCE FORYOUR OLDY RJI ER
the 4th Armored Division at Fort certificate OIL certi- Kalch deceased: Letitia Panne ; TEu ;
YOU'D ficates
shall be -
WISH PUT Hood, Texas. to law the property redeemed described according in packer deceased; Vera Panne- "'" = ASY TERMS AVAILABLE -
packer Zeigler, deceased; Cleon
be such sold certificate to the or certificates will Pannepacker deceased; _i QY.i.1HIS OFFER GOOD FOR LIMM ICED 1' Yt, 'f
highest bidder
IT ON You are hereby notified that a
Lyle Anderson, FT1 U. S. the court house door on the first
suit has been instituted againstyou
eicc Navy, now serving aboard the Monday in month of July 1957, in the above named Court and SEE. ITJTODAY:
THAT OVERHEAD which is the 1st day of July, 1957.
cause wherein Ethel Holmes is
USS R. L. Wilson took part in
Dated this 23rd
day of May, 1957.
plaintiff, and you and each of you,
DOOR. the International Fleet Reviewon Charles A. Darby, and also, Lee Roy Kalch, Jr., E.
CONVENIENT June 12 at Hampton Roads, Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- E. Wiasdin, Lester Kalch, Ruth
ford County, Florida Kalch, Leah Kalch McFeeters R.
Va. This operation, held in con- 5/31 4t 6/21 B. McFeeters Marguerite Kalch BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
nection with the Jamestown Fes- Wollard Samuel S. Wollard. Jr..
NOTICE OF APPLICATION s and Pearl Kalch, are defendants;
tival, was the greatest concen- FOR TAX DEED that the property involved in said
tration of sea power assembled House Bill No. 1882 I suit is situate in Bradford County

since World War II, and the

firrt such review to be held in

U.S. waters in 50 years. Immed-

iately after the review Ander-

son's ship left Norfolk with the

C LOCAL TKAOEMA1ULS.U Midshipman a two Training months cruise Squadronfor with cost
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ITARKE IB Tile Circuit Court Of Florida
Eighth Judicial Circuit IB Aid ,

rn For RE:Bradford Petition of Countr Jack F.. Siemer '

'V ,,BUILDERS SUPPLIES for: NOTICE Remer adoption TO A.of APPEARTo Minor Wetherlngton.Children I I less in a Mercury Monterey !

:4 e4S 333 whose Unknown.You residence. and address is: I

are hereby notified that a ,
petition has been filed in the above .- .. ,,... -
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the adoption of Peggy Marie Weth- : :
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YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $88 MORE to get a 4-barrel carburetor YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $500 MORE to match the Monterey'sstandard

compression in competitive car. Its compression .'.
in And Mercury's any -
as standard equipment any competitive car. .
Thermo-Matic Carburetor is the only one that controls the ratio of 9.75 to 1 is close to the highest you can.get in any car. ; ,

temperature of the air the engine breathes. '
YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $1,000 MORE to,match The Big M

Monterey's hip room and rear seat.leg room. Mercury has .

YOU HAVE.TO PAY OVER $130 MORE to match the Monterey'sbrake 'the: biggest size increase in the industry-bigger in every'

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a a a. / YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $2,000 MORE to match Mercury'sYOU

and five better HAVE TO PAY OVER $150 MORE to match Mercury's, width in any other car. You can match it only in America's

standard 255 horsepower in any competitive' car.' And the three costliest cars! '

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._ FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1957
V V TTVVVT TV V V V V V TV VV w located between Jacksonville and te visit other relatives and friends. NOTICE TO APPEAR

Starke and offers much enrich- Twenty-one graduates received I. Cbealt ee.rt Bn".1'C Couty 1957; otherwise the allegations of, 1, Box 122, Starke Florida. tion of separation agreement
ment for Scouts. You can send diplomas in Jl'lnl..1a Chameciy said Complaint will be taken AB One Half Interest each J. O. has been filed against you in the
commencement exercises VIola E. Collins Plaintiff, confessed by you. Bass, Jr., Rt. 1, Box It!, Starke above named Court and cause and
CITIZENS ,OF BRADFORD COUNTY. II any boy for $11 per week, which at RJE last week. Their Lloyd Collins, Defendant. vs. This notice shall be publishedonce Florida and W.. Harry Crouse, Rt. you are required to serve a copy of
ir.cIudes'food, shelter, and trans- names and pictures will in .Case No. 10-2197 each week for four consecu- 1, Pox 112, Starke, Fla. your answer or pleading to the
appear n.tfe T. tive weeks In the Bradford CountJ'Telegraph. the
Appear Dated this 31st day of May A.D., complaint on Plaintiffs
By Ozora J. Shell .1 I portation. next week's Telegraph To: Lloyd Collins, whose 957 at Starke, Bradford County, Attorney T. Frank Landrum. P.

& U U U U U U U U u A A u . . .'. : Carnation Social Club Church News dence and address Is: Unknown.resi-' Dated this 14th day of Slay, 1997.' Florida. 6/7 4t 6/28 .O. Box 646. Starke, Florida
------------------------ ------------------------- You are hereby notified that (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and file the original In the office of I
All members of the club are The Home Mission was in suit for divorce and restoration a Clerk of the Circuit Coin NOTICE TO APPEAR the Clark of the Circuit Court ODor )
Camp Good times Parents are invited to go to the asked to be present at the next charge of the' of maiden name By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i Im Clremlt Court, Bradford. Coaaty. before the 8 day of July
Boys and girls, 9 to 16 years of lake any Monday, Wednesday, or* meeting so that you program Sunday has been filed calm yen U the 5/17 tt 6/7 1'J.'IIla. IA Ckaaccry 1S57; otherwise the allegations off
may your night at
get Bethlehem Free Will above named Court and said Compalnt will be taken as]
are invited to attend Friday and take part in the/swim tickets for and canoe and Francis J. Asip Jr_ Plaintiff, vs.
age camp the second annual Baptist Church The you are required to serve a NOTICE OF APPLICATIOXFOR ctafessed by you.rhis
Sunday Carol M. Asip, Defendant.
for five days where you can play ming program. Three classes will Cinderella Ball in the RJE cafe-I I School ; copy of your answer or pleading to TAX DEED notice shall be published]
Convention Will be held I Case No. 102219Xotlea
i the complaint How Bill No. tSG:
on the week for four
bave movies, stories, swimming,i be taught daily: beginners, inter- torium on July 12. Everybody Is ,Thursday at White Springs. All Attorney Daniel A. Japour Plaintiff's 306 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Te Appears once weeks each In the Bradford County consecutive T U-1!
worship, rest, good food, and i mediates, and advanced pupils in I wondering who will be Prince 'members interested in Guaranty Life BuildIng, .Jacksonville that Ann Bissell the holder of To: Carol M. sip whcee residence graph.
swimming. Some advanced stu- attending 2, Florida. the following certificates had filed and address .is:_ 81 Intervale Dated this 4 day of June
of fun at the Florida Nor- 1957.
plenty i 'Charming and who the glass slippers : should Street, Rockville Centre, New York,
contact Deacon S. W. New- and file the original the office of said certificates for. a tax deedto (OFFICIAL SEAL)
mal &; Industrial Memorial Col- dents will serve as lifeguard as- will fitThe general public man at once.: We are that the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be Issued thereon. The certificate New. York. v Charles A. Darby,
lege, St. Augustine, August 5-10.] sistants. Movies will be shown; if invited to attend this affair glad before the 24th day of June, 1957: numbers and years of issuance, You are hereby notified that a suit Clerk of the Circuit Court.1
Deacon Prince is improving aftera otherwise the allegations of said the description of the property, for divorce custody and controlof By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.I
The total fee is $5, and I$2 of it 1 free on Tuesday and Thursday which is a feature presentation of successful operation at Bradford Complaint will be taken as confessed and the names in which it was minor children and ratifica 6/7 U *!?:?
must be ,sent in as a registrationfee. I I nights. The first showing this this club for the youth of Starke. County Hospital. He is home and by you. assessed Certificate are as follows:
Missionary week will be on and Amer- This notice shall be No. 69.
Send it to Woman's Safety. Last they purchased some published once
year would appreciate visits from Year of Issuance 1955.
Union, 206 Baptist Bldg.,1 I ican Cowboys. Pupils and parentsare mem- week for four consecutive Description of Property: W 330 NOW
playground equipment for the elementary bers and friends.-Gladys Blye, weeka In the Bradford County Tele. YOU CAN DRIVE A NEW
ft of E
730 ft of SEtt of NEtf
Jacksonville 2, Fla. The urged to attend. The programwill graph
camp of RJE
department .
reporter.The Sec UTa S R 22 E
will be limited to an attendanceof nQt close until Aug. 3. Please school. Plan now to attend this Dated this 16th day of May. 1957. Name in which assessed Fred S.
New Betnei baptist Church (Official Seal) Charles A. 4CV
send children'reguarly. Darby, Dodd.
make reservation RENAULT
so your grand ball. Mrs. Corean McNeil,
was glad to have the pastor back M.1* of the CIrcuIt Court All of said property being in
early if you plan to attend. For Thursday School News president R. B. Cohen, the newest last By L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk the County of Bradford, State of
further information contact Mau- A farewell party was given the mother of the club, is to be Sunday after a week of ill 5/U 4t 6/14 Florida.
ness. The Woman's Home Mis- Unless such certificate or certificates
rice White or Sarah Jenkins, pres- pupils and visiting parents by. congratulated for her new daughter. shall be redeemed accordingto
sionary Society the
ident of the New Bethel Baptist Principal S. C- Price in appreciation She is also reporter. present law the property described in $1395,00No
Gospel Echoes Quartet this Sun- NOTICE TO such certificate or certificates will
WMS. of the great interest and con- Cancer ReportsThe day at 3 p.m. and the public is !. Ctmlt Curt. IIn.APPEAR,.!.. Cnr.tr be sold to the highest bidder at UPS

Summer ProgramThe cern shown for the school program ,following cancer drive invited to attend.-Sarah Jenkins, .Alease Florida!Turner In C.,..Plaintiff...". the Monday court in house month door of on July the, 1957 first, No Trade Needed Long Terms!

summer program started during the year. Pupils of .Lincoln funds have been reported up to president; Joan Jenkins, reporter. L. Turner Defendant.Case. vs. Willie ,which is the 1st day of July 1957.
Monday with more than 30 young City who wish to take partin date; Mary Lee Frazier, $21.15; No. 10-2132 Dated this 23rd day of May 1957: P 50 MILES PER GALLON

people registering for the activi- 'the summer program are askedto L. M. Royal, $11; B. T. Marshall, Notice: Willie t. AppearTo L. Turner, whose resIdence Charles Clerk A.of Darby Circuit, Court of Brad- To4Door

ties. Swimming will start on be in front of the school at 9:30 $7.14; Willetta Wysinger Shell, NOTICE APPEAR and address is: Unknown. ford County, Florida
Wednesday and will be taught by each morning and a $13 will pick $5; Ethel Williams, $4.35; John I. Clrealt Court, Bradford Coast You are hereby notified that a 5/31 4t 6/21 -- Heater Automatic Choke Adjustable Seats

Principal E. Thompkins and C. C. you up and take you to RJE. The Wesley Kelly, $3.05; Charles Cov- Dorothy Florida W.i IB Wilson Chaaceiy.Poovey,.Plaintiff suit and control for divorce of minor, care child, custody NOTICE OF INTENTION Safety Trim on Dash and Windshield Frame

Anderson. Music, arts and crafts, program is operating in two ington, $2.86; M. E. Roberts, $2.85. vs. Carl E. Poovey, DefendantCase has been filed against you In the TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Service and Parts Always Readily,Available
hobbies, library activities, and indoor schools, Anderson Junior High in Milton and Robert Ellerson, $3.17; No. 10-2203 above named Court and cause and Notice is hereby given that the
you are required to IMPORTED CAR CENTER Inc.
Notice To AppearTo serve a cOPJ'ot undersigned under the provisionsof
games will be taught and Lawtey and RJE in Starke. Dell's Cleaners, $2.43; Thurston your answer or pleading Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida, ,
supervised by Dr. Jennings and Boy Scouts School D. B. Jackson, $1.53; : Carl and address E. Poovey.is: Unknown.You whose residence complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney Acts of 1941 will register with the 1410 San Marco Blvd.Jaeksonv Ie, Fla.,

Ozora Shell. Outdoor sports will The Boy Scouts will meet Wednesday S. C. Price, $1.46; Joan Britt, $1; for are divoce hereby notified that & suit T. Frank Landrum P. O. Box Clerk for Bradford of the County Circuit, Court Florida in, upon and PHONE FLANDERS 9.1240

be directed by the male person- at 7:30 p.m. in the work Irene Thomas, $1.39; Essie Mae 546 Starke Floridaand receipt of proof of publication of
has been filed against you In the file the original In the office of this notice, the fictitious name of
nel. shop of RJE school. ScoutmasterB. Aycox, 86c; Mary Alice Roberts above named Court and cause and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on B & C Hereford Ranch under, whichwe
Parents are asked to observehe Marshall asks all parents of 67c; Chester Crum 54c; Sallie you are required to serve a copy or before the 17th day of June, are engaged in business at Rt.
of your answer or pleading to the
: following schedule for the Scouts to let them attend Camp Williams, 25c. This represents compnint an the Plaintiff's attorney ,

tight weeks of school: Activities Coacoochee for a week. The camp collection in Cancer Cans as reported Fred Puller, 1309 Barnett Bank
Building Jacksonville 2. Florida
begin at 9 am. until 12 noon; will open on July 22 and the clos- by Chairman Dorothy Al- and file the original in the office LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT e
lunch from 12 to 1 p.m.; activities ing date will be determined by varez to date. The churches and of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton a\

end at 3 the participation. The is persons mentioned above are responsible or before the
resume at 8 and p.m. camp 34 day of June, 1957:
for a total of $67.71.Our otherwise the allegations of said BUILDING JOBPhone
quota is $150 for this year. If ComplUint will be taken as con- ;iE&BIiik

you have not already contributed, fessed by you.
This notice shall be publishedonce .y.
please do so and let's go over the each week for four consecutive .r"
top. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Statement From Jenkins graph. 1:a+ x e"iti
HUNDREDSof Dated this :21 day of May 1957.. 493-J
I wish to correct one little itemin (OFFICIAL SEAL) _: --
the colored news of last Fri Charles A. Darby. .
For II ; : New crystalclearLIQUID >
day. Not wishing to accept any Clerk of the Circuit Court.
details"are managed and economically By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
credit not due me, I wish to cor- .
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attended that only a trained and rect the statement made that I I FreeEstimates

careful organization can attend when am the founder of the school at M' titt a .

the urgent need for serving is at Water Oak. I,. along with the FOR DEPENDABLE

hand. patrons of that community, con-

structed the present building. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS '

However, I am not the founder. Termite Control SHAMPOO i .;btiAW/' t

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Phone 7 Starke, Fla. and Mrs. Frazier Kelly Jr. Pest Control Koch Store w
of San Antonio, Texas have been J. W. THOMASConstruction Drug

Funeral Director Ambulance Service house guests of Mr. and Mrs. iS Grove Spraying ____. __

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I't t By PresbyteriansEnrollment WashingtonNews i PINE LEVELby BAPTIST I CHURCH ADVENTIST CHURCH

at the PresbyterianBible Sunday School 9:45 a. m., Services each Sabbath In the

I Morning Worship, 11 and home of S.,N. Brown from
School which began Monday Letter Mrs. IL M. BIcKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.: a. m. across
morning reached 55 on the 7:30 p. m. ,Prayer Meeting each Bethel Baptist Church east of

second day.. The theme of the sMUK HI CTOSTl s Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m.

school has been "Christian Understanding By Billy Matthews Rev. W. E- Hall returned Saturday George Chum pastor. Everybody Bible Study each Wednesday

Methodist Church Lutheran Services and Conduct"Teachers Soil Conservation FLOOR FIGHT STARTS ON from Tallahassee where he welcome.- i I 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor.

for the various classes c NIL: RIGHTS ...The House is served as Chaplain of the Houseof

122. E. Washington St. are as follows: N-E-W-S j lust I beginning to conrfder. H. R. Representatives during the

Eev. Donald F. Kokomoor .. Nursery: "Friends Near and 5127 II the so-called Civil RightsBill Legislative session He and Mrs.
Regular services will be held Far" Mrs.. Charles Schmitt By Bin Haaa
8:45 school for all ] for .this occasion. The first Hall spent Monday night with
Sunday at 7:30, Sunday evening at our and Sally Sink.Kindergarten Bop Conservation Service their son-in-law and
ages. I iction was to vote on the open CLASSIFIED AD RATES
WashingtonStreet !
location, 122 E. "Friends Near
11 Morning worship. new ]rule resolution from the Rules Rev. and Mrs. E. J. !.Murrhee in.
(near Walnut Street) and Far" :Mrs. L. H. Gibson, '
6:45 -.. Recreation time for The 'Board of Supervisors for < :MYF. A series of lectures will be and Mrs. Rudolph Sink. Bradford Soil Conservation District j our full days of debate ,on this Rev. Don Chenoweth of Tampa 20 Words or less (one insertion)
of June, Primary: "Love One
month will
the arrive to conduct
7:15 "Dine-A-Mite" for M- given during ,met Thursday night at 1 legislation.: The rule was adoptedy Saturday
'The Lutheran Mrs. William Soto. revival services at Level Minimum .75
YF. subject being Lloyd Green's home. Supervisors 1 a roll call vote of 290 yeasto Pine Charge -, -
Junior: Mrs. N. P. Joyner,
Don.tmisS -
7:45 and business Church and The Bible for the District Baptist Church starting Sunday
Worship are Foster Shi 1 117 nays. The 117 of us who
and Rev. W. S. :McAliley.
meeting 'for intermediates and these interesting discus Smith J. B. White Zedra Hamilton 1 oted against this rule were morning Everyone welcome. I
E. M. Davis .
Pianists: Mrs. '
Each additional
Mrs. Barney and word 20 .04
Eggers -
over -
sions. Sam
seniors. ,
McGarvey and I
Miss Betty Jean Schmitt, and Lloyd nearly all Southerners, but wedid
8 Our church is participating The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt pas- Green. pick a few scattered daughter of Jacksonville, andMrs ,
Miss Sally Ann Epperson.Refreshments up
Churchof : Eggers' mother Mrs. T. N.
In the summer union serv tor.of The First Lutheran have been served The biennial supervisor's election 1 rotes from other parts of the : 20% discount insertions ad
ices. This Sunday the service Gainesville will conduct the Norman and son of Heilbronn repeat same
by the circles of the Women of will be held Tuesday July I country. If we could have defeated -
will be held in the Presbyterian Springs, visited the H. M. Mc-
services. the Church. 9th. to' fill expired terms and : this resolution on the .
Church with the minister of our without a home Saturday afternoon.Mr.
church the All persons to attend. Closing exercises, for the school vacancies on the board of super- :rulea, then the bill would .not and Mrs. 1. F. Clough of, 25c additional. charge for blind ads or ads
bringing message.
church are invited will be held this evening at 7 visors. Foster SM Smith, J. B. 'have been considered by the, Gainesville were Sunday dinner

REVIVAL SERVICES o'clock. Diplomas will 'be awarded White and Zedra Hamilton were House at all. Of course, we were guests of the H. M. McRaes.: not paid in advance''

St. Edward's Church to those who have attended nominated to fill these, expired ,decisively beaten on this first Mrs. Robert Taylor and children -
BEGIN SUNDAYAT three days. The public is cordially terms. of'Olustee are spending a

PINE LEVEL CHURCH i Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. invited to these exercises. test.Those of us who are fighting few days with her parents, the Classified Display 1.25 per inch

.Revival services will begin Holy day masses 5:30 a. m. and Rudolph Sapp represented this dangerous legislation haveset H. M. McRaes, and Mr. and Mrs. 1.00: per inch repeat insertions same ad

8:30 m.Children's. Tabernacle. organization.I Robert Starke.in ,
a. At The up a temporary Myrick of
Level Bradford Conservation District
Sunday June 16, at Pine Catechism Mass each ; Soil I
I proud' to say that I have
Baptist Church and will continue Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. People from far and near continue in the Area Speaking Contest been 'chosen as the "Whip" from Cards of Thanks (up to 50 words) 2.00Over
until further notice. The evan- in Ocala. He won first place our community where she
gelist will be Rev. Don Cheno- Keystone Heights : to visit the Fundamental and will represent Area IV at the Florida for the 'duration of this will stay for a while. 50 words 4 cents word
William's Chapel) Gospel Tabernacle to view the debate. It will be my responsibility per
of ( State of the Soil Conservation -
weth who is the son-in-law meeting We are to '
Follow Hiway 21 south to St. oil painting depicting the "Feastof in to see that all of our Flor- sorry report' that
Dr. Roy Mason, pastor of Buf ( District Supervisors Rob Norman is in the Bradford
falo Baptist Church in Tampa. William's.Sign.) Belshazzar", and to marvel. Clearwater. The title of Rudolph's ida Congressmen are on the County Hospital Memorials & Resolutions -_4 cents per word
Sunday Mass 8 a co at its size, beauty and artistry. speech; was "What The Conservation floor at all times and ready, to
Good music will be featured Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. The Sunday messages were delivered of Our Natural Resources vote so that we can muster full Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manni and

throughout revival Level with spec-Trio, Confessions before all Masses. by the Sponsor, the one Means to You". strength during any test. Our children are moving into their Bold Face Lines Placed In Local Items
ial numbers Pine
by at the evening hour being of a Zone Chairman is CongressmanJim new home on U. S. 301 north of
the Pine Level Duet, as well as CHURCH OF CHRIST prophetic nature. ,s Davis of Atlanta. The Starke: We are going to miss' 50 cents per line
good congregational and choir Bible study classes are held The FFA boys under the supervision debate on this measure may take them greatly.

singing. (presently meeting in City Hall) Tuesday and it is interesting of Paul Hutchings and most of next week and I will

Song service will begin each Sunday-Bible study 10 a. m., each to note the increase in Joe Wood, used the District fertilizer -I II. give you a full report on the GRAHAM -

evening at 7:45: p. m., with worship 11 a. m.EveningYoung. of chapters read each spreader to fertilize their outcome in my next newsletter.The BAPTIST CHURCH BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPHONE

preaching at 8. people's Bible number -by the members Peimcola Bahia pastures. They biggest fight is expected to Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning -
reported I
The pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall, study 7;, preaching, 7:30. week as the also fertilized the District'sCoastal center around the provision Worship 11 a. m. Training 29
study, 7:30p.m. of group. Bermuda Nursery. Union, 6:30: m. Wor-
extends a cordial invitation to Wednesday-Bible other which provides that a person p. Evening !
Those not affiliated with ship; 7:30 p. m.Rev.. W. O. '
the public:: to attend these ser Church accused of a denial of Civil .
Station and needing a -
Collins Sr. -
Churches pastor. :
vices. Radio program- invited to A request for a complete soil Rights can be cited for contempt.
WRGR Monday, 6:30 a. m. home are especially services. and water conservation farm plan i bv f a Federal court and theni ,

CHURCH OF CHRIST HOLINESS attend the was made by James Spina. His, could be fined or imprisoned I

C.. L. (her turf Jr., MlnLsterSunday PENTECOSTAL :NEW RIVER. place is located out in the Bayless I without a jury trial. Even our

Sunday School, 10 CHURCH CHURCH Highway area. Western and Northern friends
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn BAPTIST who otherwise favor the bill can
a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., School 10 a. m. Wor-
11 a. m.; Evange- Sunday of
Worship, the terrible possibilities
evening service, 6:30 p. m. ing servo see
11 a. m. Evening I: used the Dis
m. Lonnie Harley
7:30 ship Hour
Wednesday Bible study 7:30p. listic services, p. Meeting each this feature and I think we may
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Ice 7 P. m. Prayer .I trict's chopper on his pastures. be fviccessful in getting the bill
m. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m- Everyone his pastures he cuts
By chopping knock out at
7:30 m.WOODLAWN amended so as to
Station p.
Radio Program welcome. .. I* Patter, pastor. down weed competition and loosens -
WRGR Sunday 8:30: -9 a. m.. the least this proposal..
MISSIONARY soil to give grass
uty the ON MY BILLS i I Ib Iiir
for the month "The T -- HEARINGS
Subject ,
Bible. BAPTIST CHURCH St. Mark's Episcopal better growing conditions. TO HELP OUR FARMERS':
11 Lm. .
Sunday School Committee of the
10 a.m. The Agriculture
6:15 BTU 6:43 prayer Rev. RaymMd E. AlacBUIn bumping I favorable i
preaching. Guess who I saw House has given me
service, 7 o'clock song services Services at St. Mark's Episcopal along on a tractor the other day? hearings on two bills which I
Church will be as follows: gettinga sesr'on, H. R. V
Church Yes, it was P. D. Reddish introduced at this
CIIRISTLCIIURCII Sunday: 9:45 a.m. field ready to plant pasture. 5678 and H. R. 6570. H. R. 5678
J. E. Sherwood, Pastor School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. the AgriculturalAct .
Rev. PJX said he wanted to get would amend the ,
Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Y. P. S. L. so' hewouldn't farmers
p.m. possible to allpw
Youth field as level as of 1938 so as
11 a. m. 7:3 p.m.1Jtany Ot Our
Worship, Wednesday ChoirPractice. have trouble later on to retain their allotments
6:30 m. All youngpeople Meditation; 8 p.m. the next .
Church p. and when he mowed and fertilized the six basic crops for the ..

... .' Invited. .Communion: 1st Sunday pa tures. three years without having to
:: Holy County
:;:: their
We through fflWAY CHAPEL 11 a m.; 3rd Sunday : a. m. .yy formally year. The Agriculture
go Committee every Grocery Department
ASSEMBLY! awaits, everyone. Department favors this
Pastor. .
e E A. Lewis ** ** would save
anything Sunday School. 10 a. m..Morn- EVERGREENBAFTlSt CHURCH NORTH SIDEBy bill and money they In the administration
Ing Worship. 11 a. m. Evangelistic Thursday School 10 a. m. Preaching of our Farm Program. H. R. i Carrying All
m. Sunday
/ you Service, p.service. Invita- 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Mrs Carl Brown 6570 is to let our farmers plant

weekly prayer Preaching 7:39( p. m. Prayer ... ... ..&..... peanuts to be used exclusivelyfor
good service tion extended to everyone. Meeting m. Wednesday 7:30 p..m. .., .A. ana boiling without regard to NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS > OF CANNED

Clarence Avery allotment of pea-
GOD Mrs. their acreage
We often get distress calls CHURCH CHRISTIAN CHURCH of Jacksonville were recent attempt to help
Morn-,, FIRST family nuts. This is an PRODUCTS
School 10 a. m. AND PACKAGED
from people who've bought Sunday m. Sunday"Evening Corner Call & Christian StreetsJ. guests of the S. C. Harleys. some of our smaller farmers by
11 a. I
insurance from us. ing Worship E. Sherwood Pastor Middleburg small quantities of pea- _
Service 7:45 p. m. YPE Dennis Taylor of growing ... .
Maybe they've had a fire Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m Sunday .School-10 a. m.Lord's .. spent last week with his sister, nuts which can be fold for boiling :" T Plus A -
11:15 a. m. Com-
a burglary. an auto Meeting Friday 7:45 p. mLAWTLT Supper- Mrs. A. R. Sapp. I purposes only. The
Prayer a. m. further
Preaching probably
accident. Smith'of Lake Butler mittee will

Whatever k the problem, Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning and Junior 7 p. m.Choir practice p. m. and James his. mother of Dade City Os- hearings on these bills next ; COMPLETE VEGETABLE' AND FROZEN FOOD

11 a. m..YPE Serv- Sunday guests of the week.
whatever the time of day Worship were Ii '
I or night, we always try to ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.Ladies Council meets first and I: car Carter family. 999.99.9.9999 ..' "y+ DEPARTMENT -

come through with the third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Leman Norman and son of TVYYT ,,\yIn ,.'
help that our policyholders BROOKER BAPTIST Everybody invited to all ser Miami visited his mother Mrs.
I need. Rev. C. Bruce Stallings pastor here last week. RISINGBy I '
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morning vices. G.Congratulations S. Norman to Mr. andMrs Order That We Could Give Our Customers A

worship, 11 a. m.; trainingunion HAMPTON Bland Matthews on the Mrs. Gordon Jones

7 p. m.; evening worship CHRISTIAN CHURCH arrival of a baby girl last Sat- .1AA&AAAAAAMr. Complete, Modern, One-Stop Store We Have Opened -
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H. C. Wall Agency 8 p. m. Christian Endeavor Friday, 7:30 urday night in Bradford County .......&& &&&-------

Wednesday-Hour. of Prayer, p. m. Bible Study Wednesday, Hospital. and Mrs. Albert W. Nor-
These We Invite You To
Wor- New Departments. ComeIn
Phone: 146 8p.m. 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Glad to hear that )Irs. Cecile man and son of Mulberry are

ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship is getting along fine visiting relatives here this week.

200 E. Call Street HEILBROXX MISSIONARY 7:30 p. m. Bible SChool10 a. 'm.CIURCH Conner and expected to return home I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. This Week-end And Sea the Many Sp cials.Lawson's .
BAPTIST CHURCH sur- Jones were Mr.
after'undergoing Gordon
CHRIST week and Mrs.
Starke. FIa.Rpr"lf&ec."lI .
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Mrs. Edward Norman of
Worship, 11 a. m. Evening LATTER Mr. and Mrs.
Old the
each Sunday In Brown is on Lady
7:30 m. Training Services Carolyn sons of
Worship p. Jones and
Hartford FireInsurance Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Midweek Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun. list. Thurman MarketPHONE
.1 School 1<\ a. m. Sacrament Starke.
Company Prayer Meeting Wednesdays day wel Emphasis and Mrs. James W. t Norman -
Everyone Mr.
7:30 p. m. Rev. S. F. Service 6-.30 p. m. ,
8 m. Rev. and children of Columbus
Beard, pastor. come.nvvvuVUvU.vvrvvvvvvr. night, June 14, p.
Merle Packham will bethe evan- Ga. are visiting relatives here 368 216 E. WASHINGTON STREET

w- gelist, and everyone is invitedto this week.
attend these meetings. Mrs. Maggie Norman is back

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE a . r . f f .. i- I"". ii.0 . . -

fly Sirs. Lacy Normal

FLA. I| .A............uLUUu Here's your chance to save hundreds.. I

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Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Marr of

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mims spent the weekend herewith M

Phones Office 234 Pastorium ,130 friends and relatives. !
They were accompanied home J

Sunday by their son, Billy, who aad now !

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. had .?ent a week there buying .

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. some cattle from the Griffis -.- .. .:
brothers of New River. *

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. The Floyd Normans and t .

Charles Mosleys, all of Jacksonville :w .
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at were weekend guestsof .

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. I IiionSfreetBaplistChllrc Larry the L.Norman M. Normanjv Freda Hardee,, o.. ,

w and Rosie Mae Austin were ,"
the 8th grade graduatesat .. .x
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among j/
.. ... .., yir nisiE: :; n
the Lawtey school last week. :.a: ;? :

[ Their families attended the com-

mencement exercises.

Our Bible:: School wBl begin

(Presently Meeting "Washington and Grand Sts.) Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock .

Good Singing Forceful PreachingSunday and the Revival will begin Fri t5L r

day at 7:30 p. m. and continue .

School ____________________ 9:45 A.M. through the 16th. Song service

Morning Worship _._________________11:00 A.M. will begin at 8 p. m. with Bro. ; 1
M M. T. Sweat in charge. Every- 'j ,!r-
... .... ,;
Training Union _________.i_- 6:45 P.M. body welcome., "'r.-''-". .d'"' .

Evening Worship _________________ 8:00 P.M. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Dinkinr. have in stock.
Mon- Choose from we Mercury'son
Prayer Services & Business Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M. and son of Sanford arrived
day to spend two weeks with the floor now are priced low_ready to go! MERCURYfor'57
Your will be worth
present car never more.
P. M. friends and relatives.Mr. .
SUMMER REVIVAL JUNE 23-29 of Record-breaking sales mean big trade-ins. Pick

Keep these dates in mind and you will be privileged to and Mrs. Bill recent Crews guestsof save drive your Big M home tonight!
Jacksonvile were .
hear some of the most inspirational preaching and Crews. l I IS
Miss Maggie
singing that one can hear anywhere. Mrs. Zettie Padgett spent the McGRIFF MERCURY MOTOR

Come And Bring The Children Room For All weekend in Baldwin with the


BEV. I. E. ENLOW Pastor Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee of Court & Jefferson ,Sta. Phone 447 Starke Fla. -

P. T. Nolan, Supt. Sunday School Callahan are here for A week ..

_.# II .#.. : I "" I IJ I during Bible School. --. -. .. ear s w V e 0k a-:

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.TIME GROWERS SAY..: Two Brothers Legislature Votes Mixing UnlikelyIn 'Designing Woman' Joseph Edwards Beach Agnes Mrs.Simpson Belle Daniel of Neptune of Sarasota -

To Open At FloridaThe and Mrs. Ona Freeman of
Sentenced For Near Future, Taken By DeathJoseph Miami. .

Strawberries Are Here To Stay MillionIn situations that develop
Funeral services were held in
Lawtey BreakInsA Magazine Soys'Integration when the contrasting worlds of
William Edwards, 71 the Starke First Baptist Churcfl
a sports writer and a fashion designer -

Poor Season Just Ended are joined in marriage retired merchant and cattleman at 2 p. m. Wednesday with the
Despite 16-year-old boy was sen- New Revenue in the Deep South died.'Monday morning followingan
provides the story for the comedy Rev. Lewis D. Haines officiating.
tenced to five years in State seems unlikely at any time in extended illness. He was born
the forseeable future. This observation "Designing Woman, which Burial followed in the family
Prison with the recommendationthat i in Starke July 17, 1885.
plays Sunday. Monday and Tues- in Crosby Lake Cemetery.
he. be committed to the institute The Florida Legislature adjourned is made in the current Survivors include his wife plot
day at the Florida Theatre.
C. Jones Funeral
at Apalachee and his* 15- Saturday after voting $120- issue of The Saturday EveningPost Mary Pate Edwards of Jacksonville DeWitt
John'Bartlow Martin in Gregory Peck is starred as the Home of Starke was in chargeof
bv by
year-old brother was placed on 000,000 in nev taxes to help finance -I ; a daughter. Mrs. W. B.
1I the first of a series of articles entitled sports writer ccustomed to the arrangements.
for five Circuit the biggest spending
probation years pro- Dowling of Dunellon: two sons,
Judge George L. Patten gram ($665,000,000) in Florida's "The Deep South Says two-fisted atmosphere of ring-, Elbert of Cocoa and Joe Edwards

history. j I Never." side associates who marries theo Recent BirthMr.
Wednesday.The ashion f Homestead; two stepsons, Ted
The new tax bill, passed as a I At the time of the Supreme designer played by of
pair Ander Coleman 16, en Bacall after whirlwind and Marvin Cumbie
compromise between House and 'Court's controversial decision the a and Mrs. Broward Ed-
and Raymond, 15, had previously courtship. Jacksonville; three sisters Mrs.
Senate revenue-raising measures, South was "divided, perplexed ward Akridge of Starke, a son,

pleaded guilty four'houses to breaking and left groceries and medicine tax and resigned" says the author. Marilla (Lauren Bacall) is horrified CLASS REUNION Curtis Allen, May 25.
entering in
Lawteyand free but eliminated most of the But today he finds that when Mike Hagen (Peck)

a pre-sentence investigation other major exemptions in the the Solid South is a fact, and takes her to her first prize fight. A class reunion of the 1951

completed. present sales 'tax law and putsit its resistance to desegregation is and Mike m turn is baffled at graduating class of Bradford

Sentencing Ander to the five back on 10-cent purchases.The granitic." his first view of a typical New High School will be held Satur- W. C. T. U.

year term Judge Patten .remarked big tax problem provides Martin explains. that to Southerners Yor fashion show. day, June 15, at Bill Reddish's

"You have been a pretty bad 84 millions in new biennial revenue the Court's decision Their) "compatibality is further place on the northeast side of "STATISTICS SHOW THAT

boy for some time." And noteda I for the state and 36 millions -' seemed to do far more than break strained when Marilla discovers Kingsley Lake. A sign on the 10,000 PEOPLE ARE KILLEDBY
previous term spent by Anderin for the counties to match down segregation in the schools that ,Lori Shannon (Dolores side of the road reading "Class LIQUOR FO.R EVERY ONE

the Industrial School at Mari- record teacher pay and classroom. it destroyed the "apartness"of Gray),, the musical comedy star 1951," will pointthe way to the KILLED BY A MAD DOG: YET

anna. The brothers alro have a construction appropriations.The the races. for whom she is designing costumes location. WE SHOOT THE DOG AND.

breaking and entering charge new tax bill effective July "This apartness is a black and -has been something more The activities will be held- from LICENSE THE LIQUOR.

pending against them in Lakeland 1. 1957: white thread woven into the fabric in her husband's life than a 3 to 8 p. m. with dinner from BIBLE CRUSADERS NEWS

their hometown. Places the three per cent tax mere friend. should ASKS "WHAT SENSE IS
of Southern life its social 6:30 until 8. All attending

"You: can 'come out of Apala- on all clothing (purchases of less political sexual cultural and economic take a picnic lunch. All membersof THERE TO THIS? ? ?
County Agent George Huggins (left) ,and Dan Starling Inspect than have been in the
$10 exempt
chee a good citizen if you want life. Apartness is like a W. E. Covington Dies; the class. are urged to attend (NATIONAL VOICE.)
berries picked from Starling' field from uhich fruit still past) I I
was ;
being "
I to. the judge told Ander "It'sup vine which rooted in slavery and bring their families.
picked last \veek. to you." Levies a one per cent tax on never uprooted but merely twist- Was Lawtey ResidentFuneral

the purchase of automobiles; ,
Judge Patten advised Raymond Extends the three cent tax ed by the Civil War flourishedand services for William E.

''The hard wallop administered "The place that you lose that he was going to have tc to mixed drinks beer per consumedom and by now entangles in everyone Covington 77 were held Monday Sell It Rent It *. Trade It

to the strawberry industry by something is the place to find L "work at" behaving himself to premises cigarettes lubricat- everything a suffocatingnet morning at 11 o'clock in the

the record poor crop in the season it," he remarked. keep from getting into trouble ing oils and greases; from which no one, white or Hardage and Sons Chapel, Jacksonville

jmt ended failed to break "It's the surest crop we've got' and having,. the sentence im Increases tax minimum on Industrial himself black "knows says reporter how to Martin.extricate with Rev. ,Arden Mote, WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Its back and put it out of bus Dan Starling Lawtey farmer, de. posed. machinery from $300 to minister of the Seventh Day Ad-

ness. clared. Starling is one of the few $1,000; ventist Church of Starke officiat-

Reports from some of the old- growers who came out of the Boosts the tax on documentary: Two Guardsmen ing. Burial was in Riverside 20 WORDS OR LESS. Oar IuBcrtioB (Ulnlmnm Charge) .'1SE.CII

'me hard core strawberry season ahead of the game. Heavy Crop Losses stamps (for deeds) from 10 centsto Memorial Park Cemetery.Mr. ADDITIONAL WORD OVER SO -_. _____- 4t Per Word

rowers. indicate that the berry Last week Starling was still p 20 cents per $100 valuation; Off For Active Covington moved to Jack- 20.% DISCOr.tT OV REPEAT USERTIOXSME AD
lisiness is still alive and kick- picking berries from his three- intangible tax on sonville from Lawtey about a IAp

0 field/ About 250 Caused RainsContinued stocks and bonds from 1 to 2 year and a half ago and had been
IP and holding its position as a quarter acre i By
Training _____
iulwark of the county's agri- crates have come out of the field mills, and intangible tax on bank Duty residing at 5735 San Juan Ave. DI 'PL4Y --- $1.25 Per loth Flint Inmrtlo.
$1.00 O.\E
deposits over $100,000 from 120
cultural economy. this season he estimated consid He was born Quitman, MiQss.
to 110| milL'Peejilng Two members of Starke National and retired
ered to be something of a record. ( from was a farmer.
Though some growers have be- Page 1) Guard Co. left for Fort Jack. CARDS OF THINK (fp To 50 Word) ------_ ____ $5.00OER
come discouraged and have said The season just ended was the Survivors include his wife Mrs. 50 WORDS ___-__ 4 CeMt Per Word
will not" worst in Bradford County's long One farmer remarked to him that ? Tom'Charge son, S. C. Sunday to begin active Clara Covington; four daughters
they manyof
the "only thing to do ir to duty training.
; comeback two sons, one sister and four
the old-timers showed their history of growing berries. Though MEMORIILS A*D RESOLUTIONS ---,--__ 4 Cent Per Word
the nematodes and disease seem next year and try again." Placed Pvt. Clarence R. Hutcheson will L. brothers.
faith in strawberries as they
go I. Huggins called Congressman ; participate in an 11 week training!
have this to at
about prenarin seed beds and to picked year WANTED Clean Cotton Rags
tack in force, the big cause of D. R. ,(Billy). Mathews Wednes- Bond jiogram and Pvt. Junius M.' Mrs. Dianne LeBlancOf No Pants No Shirts, Must Be
for for ForfeitedA
making plans planting thiS
to Inform him will in
losses was the heavy rains. day of- the COty's Smith Jr. undergo training : Clean. Bradford County Tele FEMALE
next The losses last season -
searon. if planned by saboteurs, the down condition. Mathews said he the six months program. Both' Keystone DiesMrs. graph.

: were chalked UD to adverse pours hit almost every time the would "double check about pro: Georgia man charged with guardsmen made application for

conditions which could have been berries were, ready for picking grams" to see if government as being a "peeping torn" failed to the active duty periods when they Dianne Smolka LeBlanc BOAT FOR SALE

experienced by any crop. causing the fruit to rot sistance could be provided, Hug- appear in Mayor's Court Mon enlisted .last fall. Upon completion 22, of Keystone Heights died in bottom.12' long Plywood 4' beam.sides.3/4"Locker Cypress in HELP WANTEDNO

"I -wouldn't feel right without An indication of the gins paid. day and forfeited a $27 bond. of the trainingthey will resume a Jacksonville hospital Wednesday bow. Rear end IVi"! Cypress. Boat
poor crop
them 0. C. Cason remarked I Tornado Policemen Carl Fillyaw and duties as members of Co. C.I of last week following a ideal for- fishing or for family
is seen in State Farmers Market Reports boat. Excellent condition. Reason- ,
when asked if he to I Members of Co. C., with otherunits brief illness. She was a native of EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. .
were going report which reveal that only 6.-1 About the only damage donein Shep Tomlinson said they abe price. Harold R. Lawrence. '
talse berries next Cason I of the 48th Armored Div Wilmington, Del., and moved to Box 467. Keystone Heights. Liveon
season. the l
caught Burton >
the Prescott
from man. PAID
681 crates were handled by the county was the rain. Camp Immokolee Road. Itp VACATION.,
has been ision, will leave for summer field Keystone Heights ten months .
growing berries In
market this season, netting $53- though a tornado was reported ,, "red handed" trying to
Bradford County for more than into training at Fort Stewart Ga., on ago with her husband, George WANTED Clean Cotton Rags,
214. This is compared with 10- skimming the area. The wind peep the windows of a res APPLY ATTHE
50 and that this June 30. This is the second year LeBlanc who is employee relations No Pants No Shirts, Must Be
years siiys. season idence
206 crates sold last year only an did twist some of the corn fields on south Walnut street.Others .
is the first time he has lost average season which netted the around but caused little damage. forfeiting bonds inMayor's ; for the local unit to attend train supervisor with the duPont Clean. Bradford County Tele-

ing at Stewart since being desig Company at the Trail Ridge plant. graph.POWER.
growers $82,843.It Court were A. D. Grit
County Road Foreman R. E.
nated an ordnance Company with Mrs. LeBlanc was a member of
But I didnt lose much" he is not expected that straw- Jones said that only slight dam- fi.$27.-- public--- intoxication; Sid in an armored division. St Williams Catholic Church St MOWERS FOR RENT at WHATABURGERSTAND

said with -rln. berries will ever return to their age was done to county roads. Manning. $Zl, indecent Williams Altar I I Tiny's 6G Service. 411 S. WalnutSt.
Society and St.
PFC Paul E. Starling left re- Also new mowers for Sale.
Cason said that strawberries old prominence in Bradford Coun\ The mofit serious condition was uage; Willie Jenkins Negro. cently for Aberdeen Proving Williams Catholic Club in Key Easy payment plan. Pay while

ire "about the only crop you ty. The trend since the war from a washed out bridge on the De- fighting: Emanuel Pope Negro. ,Ground Md. I:to attend the Auto stone Heights. I you JT.OW. Buy where you can
get service on what buy. ,
tan depend on." the farm to jobs in town or factory dan Church road near Brooker $27, public intoxication; Elwin you
Repair Course from June 14 to The funeral mass was held tfchg BETWEEN
Cason'a feeling, about straw- and the trend toward more I and water covered roads in some Hampton. Negro. $27 driving 2 AND 4
Oct. 4The course is available to Saturday morning in the Churchof
List Tour For Sale
diversified have cut down Property
dmtea farming without license'and
were echoed bv other vehicle -
spots. St
members of the Guard. signed to Helena in Wilmington. In- '
.the strawberry acreage. parked with motor With FOR REST One
farmers in various sections of runningon and
in' two be4room
The Toad leading to the Rosier the automotive vehicle repair sec terment was the Cathedral furnished -
of the county. But strawberries are still expected downgrade; Charley Murphy, In. apartments. Clos.
tions. The includes all cemetery there. Desirable
section off of Bayless highwaywas course STROUT REALTY COMPANY loeatjoIl W.
'Lcaton- Morgan Sr. said that to retain, a place of. importance covered with"'water. One resident : Negro, $27 allowing unauthoTi types of auto repair. r--I''ohlmin 128 W. lfladigon, trchtf.ff:

Be plans to grow ,strawberriesnext in the county's farm reported it was the most zed person to drive his automo- Farm, Home and Business Property FOR SALE-Younl' Angus
season ,as u .'la1. though economy."I water he had seen acrostt the bile; W. Wiener $27 reckless WRGR Free Open Listfags I %Will U. DOYle sell at beef priceL Phone
admitting losses this year. don't think they will ever i road since 1919. driving by excessive speed; Driver Injured STROUT REALTY Conner Ins. tfche

Waitsel Lounza Hines Negro, tOO Johnie Hansen, RepresentativeP. FOR RENT
---- K C PHONE 500 Two bedroom

City DamageS. $27, driving without license Trying To Park STARKE, FLORIDAThe O. Box SOI Starke, Fla pletel port furnished house With com, ear
R. Hicks Starke street superintendent on N. Walnut
said that the rains James N. McCray $27 following Music & News Station 5 miles S.,on SOl Phone Waldo I at Corey Island Apt.Street.Apt.Apply
too ,close and accident HObart 8-2831 tf r 04 E. Brownlee z
brought on flooding in several ; His New AutoA in Starke Up
Leon Norman. $12 red
spots in the city, especially on running i Get h.KEED TIRES
light: Willie Hann, Negro $12. WHEN IN NEED or now.
pal as
and in you ride.
west Pratt street Saratoga 72-year-old man was hos- HEY! HEY! BETTY GRAY Ask for our
running red light: and Raymond TOP SOIL Lacy bUdget terms.
The lift station in Saratoga Conway
Heights. pitalized when he amashed his STARTS MONDAY ON THE tales and Service

Good June' 14. June 20 Heights was 'flooded and Charles Hunt $12 running red new car as it ran away from CHATTERBOX SHOW AT 9:03 FILL DIRT Union Pus Station Starke Fl&.

the electric motor had to be taken light A3L *
him as he was trying to parkit MAIL AWAY
cut. he said. ALL TYPESTRACTOR to
I tlv.s
at Setzer's Supermarket last complete

Only minor damage was done Tax Bill FavoredBy Saturday.The Monday thru Friday WORKAND CentenniaL County 3 big

tc streets and the power wasn't 6:00 Sign on and News page historIcal Telegraph 1
Rep.. RobertsRep. man Robert B. Snyder
ANKLETS off to any great extent he said. 6:05 The Clockwatcher and mailed to any (
suffered head and chest Just
Sections of Reno were without I LIGHT BUILDING bring us ,your
Clarence A. Roberts of 1 was charged with reckless 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson .(Mon -- Bradford County
electricity for a' short time.
3rds 10 Lake ,Butler a member of the. driving. day and Tuesdays only) W. L. THIGPEN, JR.at.2Box245DA1ton. FOR SALE Usedrr

strategic Conference Committee of 6:45 The Clockwatcher Ed. Camera Brownie Movie
Policeman C. Moore said Syn- 'ZOo New 8
Bell 11M
29c Values Summer Swimming the' House and, Senate stated this der apparently unfamiliar with 7:00: First News of The World PHONE 297J UU "at howell BUlllngton's.Movie. Camera

Boys & Girls week that he feels the Legislature Roundup tfchl'
Program DiscussedAt the transmisfi'on system of the Starke Fla.
came up with a tax bill that ; 7:15 The Clockwatcher RENTALS-Make
car which he had owned only two reservations your
"won't hurt any of our people toomuch" 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air beach now. Lakevlew
Rotary Meeting when OUR TENTH AWjrrVERIABT and
: weeks, shot into the street I cottages furnished
and will help meet the 7:30 Weather Around The Na- RADIOS REPAIRED cottages wIth boats.
: he released the emergency brake AU Makes All HMel Picnicking and Swimming,
An interesting discussion of emergency needs of a growing tion 1. fishing. Mrs. A.
ReaMMlle Kahr
Cfcarce manatee Phone
He Waldo
with the motor racing. managed HO
CERAMICS the summer swimming! program. state. Roberts said that he was"discouraged" 7:35 The Clockwatcher CHAS. C. SHEPHERD or write P.W. Box 605 32552
to turn north on U. S. 301 Tea W. C.H se. Stark Pfc. 23$ JFla. Earleton
sponsored by Bradford County about the spending,2nd I : 7:50 World, National, State and 4tchgo SIlt
the by
: but stepped on pedal
gas -
schools was given at the Rotary tax program- until the last tendays Sporta News FOR SALE 7 x 35 Binoculars. PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all
I I of the session, but feels now mistake and rammed into the lifetime guarantee only $41.50 at makes ad model autos _
$ 1,95
Terrific Values! Club Wednesday by J. C. Hobbs another The secondcar 8:05 The Clockwatcher Bulllngton'a. tfchg and up. Installation
of car. free
that did at
I I Legislature a good Shepherd's.
swimming instructor. 8:45 Radio Chapel (Ministerial _
job of meeting the needs in a fair was knocked .45 feet intoa 3% PAID OV 8 VINOS KEY. tfchg
Lots of StylesSCUFFS Hobbs said that around 120 pickup truck before the chain Association) STONE STATE BANK KEY- FOR SALE 8 x: 8 x 11 Concrete

Bradford students taking ,manner. 9:00 Five, minute summary of STONE HEIGHTS. FLA. MEMBER Bloki 17c each. FOB yard. Mor.
are said.
reaction subsided Moore tar
Roberts said that he opposedthe FDIC. Mix Cement Sand, Steel
News and
advantage of the swimming program sales tax on food as approved Damage amounted to $500 for Aluminum Windo s. ""Also ready
9:05: The Chatterbox with Betty FOR RENT-Five room furnished mixed concrete. E'radford
in which transportationto by the Senate and voted for a each of the cara and $15 damage apartment. Will accept small gfnpprfng Co., Phone 94. En.

Kinssley Lake ,and swimming cne, per cent tax on automobile to the pickup. A televisionset Gray baby. 626 N. Church St. Phone trchgo
i 9:45 Radio Chapel (Ministerial 175-W. Apply 518 N. Church St. WILL
instruction is without IJUILDWarehouse
provided sales instead of the two per cent in the cab of the truck was tfehgJt'ST

cost. He said that they could which was first proposed.The damaged about $50 worth, it i Association)
25C 10:00 Cedric Adams Show Pl'BLISHED: "Hull's Branch
the if they
Ladies up program Union County representa- was estimated. 10.30 Music For The Missus I Office" story of the Choctaw Indians To Suit Lease. Perfect Location
had volunteer swimmerswho
more live opposed the proposed increasein in Florida. Written by
39c Value 11:00 Five minute summary of Chief Horace Rldaught of Citra. on R.R.
could help with the beginning auto tags and favored a $75 Long Term
For sale at Branford
Colors students and anyone who oldage pension instead of the Dampier Would News -.lov .vnti. 15 ft/). County tf Lease.

would like to assist in the pro- $66 bill which was finally approved. 11:05 Music For The .Missus Write

gram- is asked to contact Hobbs. He voted to override the Accept OfferR. 11:30 Farm Roundup FOR Apartment RENT with- gas Fully electric furnished and BOX 245, ROUTE 2

Two other short talks were Governor's veto of the "last re 12:00 Public Service hot water supplied. Inquire at

CHILDCREEPERS given by Billy Torode who described sort" school bill and voted for 12:15 Second News of The World ms 1;' P..ft.1.. ItO Starke FloridaFOR
C. (Pee Wee) Dampier
the qualifications and thenew teacher salary bill. Roundup BRDFORD COI'NTV REST -
purposes of the Beta Club and Rep Roberts said that h! ,also faced with five charges growingout i 12:30 Weather Around The Na- REAL ESTATE 30% Lafayette St. Call Jackson-house.
of a parking ticket dispute. yule Evergreen
49C Miss Nancy Bates who moke ,on supported the bill providing funds tion &BrbBrb. hoe, 3V4 acres :2 bedroom 80083.
this week said he would "like 12:35 The Van Show BOB**. Modern, paved bljb Ztchg- S/21
the subject of scholarships.The for a screw worm eradication Perry
pro much to accept the mayor'soffer way % mile from city limit. tied 11" and 21" T.V. .
Irreg. of $1 Seller program was in chargeof I gram. very 1:00 Five minute summary of Price $100.00.. $:,000.00 down, tfoP <'has.. C Cuaran8hPherd' -
for anyone who thinks he News balance like ....t.11'OO.qo tfchg

.* Lots of Styles P. T. Nolin. can handle the meters betterto See New Scott-Alwater .
1:05 The Van Show Outboard
Perry for eBitr la modern threebed Motors at
Awards Received try." 2:00. Five minute summary. of room CB home .. paved street Shepherd' jtchg

Inlay out. County Agent G. T. Last week at City Council News city tllUlm.$00.00.In Starke. M..tklypsyacats Carpenter Jobs Wanted By Hour.

Huggina said. The acreage in thesean For Bond SalesS. meeting when Dampier had criti- 2:05 The Perry Van Show Harold: Johnson RL, 1, Box 125-A.Itp
( Cltr lot* I. Starke S720.00 np.Fated .
just ended was an increase cized meter handling Mayor W. 3:00 Five minute summary of .1 Street, city Btllltle FOR REST
L. Peek Jr., president of T. Jackson remarked that "if -On* room furnished
SHiRTS over. the previous season, I, News cabins ahowen. Fnc!'. Cafe.
the Florida Bank at Starke and thinks he can handle For their and other bargain In 897 Temple Ave.
3:05 I
9ic he said. and indications were I anyone The Perry Van Show real estate' ace I Hp

that next season would have chairman of Savings Bond salesin the meters better he is welcometo 4:00 Five minute summary of FOR SALE-Red and Cooper skin
Bradford has been FLORID.REALTY CO. Sweet
County. Potato
try. News Vines w-c-
seen another increase if the bad! n-
$1.00 Value year had not hit. presented a Minute Man medal. The mayor said this-week that 4:5 At Your Request OF STARKE per. Rt. 2. Starke. 4tchg

Linens the official U. S. Treasury award he meant by that statement 6:00 WRGR News Parade (Gay Andrew. W. B. Sewell FOR REXT-Two bedroom house

... The changes in economy will chairmen. of counties reaching who thinks he A. J. Tkemai) furnished at Klngelfr Lake. J50par
that can
Skipdents anyone (World and National
prevent berries from being ) lie X. Walnat SI. Phone 383 week Phono %4111. Itrhr
their 1956 quotas. handle police matters any betteris 6:10 W R G R News Parade St.r.... Fla. .!
grown on reich a large scale as FOR RENT Three
they have been Huggins said. Bradford County bond saIes welcome to run for the postof (State and Local) FOR SALE-82 gallon Electric house. Vacant July 1. furnished cor.-

last year totaled $] >7.463, representing mayor in a city election. 6:20 WRG R News' Parade Water Heater. Two elements. Christian and Pratt St. Phone .
In the future itill be more Good Condition. Mr .
I See at Gay's I Mundorff 218.
159 of a family operation. But recent 104.06 pep cent of the Dampier will come up for trial (Sports and Weather) Home Appliance. ; tfchg tfchg

) I assigned quota. before Mayor Jackron next Mon 6:30 Revolving Bandstand WANTED Lawns to mow. Call
about diseases and
findings Mr. Peek also received nCither day on charges of refusing to ,7:00 NEWSIC (News and Mu- WAITRESSES A.'TED-1 years''I Padgett. Phone 29.
a W. Can St Improvements in plants will aid or over. El Rancho Restaurant.
i award, the Iwo Jima citation. nay a parking meter fine. resisting sic) 2tp 621FOUND FOR RENT-5 room house on
in making the berry industry a
on behalf of the bank. This arrest, using profane 8:00 Off Kingsler Lake from 17 to 2J of
I money maker in the future. Sign -P/eagla Hound. Brown 1 June. IS to 31 of July. phone
,-.award is made only to banks language on a public street.abusing Saturday and white cpot. Owner may have! .Ut-Y. lln. Marks Rltch. ftp
Berries come along at a time that exceeded ... by paying board and ad bills. I
$ in E bond a police officer and destroying Same schedule as above'except
Contact <
t 'It v Police. Itchg FOR SALE-6 room house
of year when no other crop is sales for each J100.000 of their city property.The 1 to 6 p. m. Road Show \ bath enclosed porch partly with furnished -

Phone I1 being harvested" Huggins mid deposits. Only 31 banks in Flor- trial was postponed again Sunday Spinet V REPOSSESSED Piano for CfLBRAXSEV Call on 2% acres. 1 mile from
H75.00. or City
of near 301. Price
1oney in the
and t 'I pocket
p ida qualified for this attorney write Gridley Music Inc.
.citation. Monday to Rive Dampier's 7:30 Sign Religious programs Company 16.500. Small down payment
MII farmers so that they can finance The awards 1025 West University Ave. Phone terms to suit you. E. R.
were \ Ham
< presented to Mack Futch an opportunitv until 1:00 n. IIi: FR %-403% FIt %*10S6. Gainesville mond. P. O. Box U07. Starke.

spring plantings. Mr. Peek on Monday by RoycR. to obtain a court reporter. 1:00. to 6:00 p. m. The Sun-:, y 1a. Itchg ftp Sf%!

"People are always going to Powell area reoresentativ Jackson said this is the Show.
Mayor day .. :
1100.00 FOR
YOUR TV In trade
strawber- on FOUND-Two milk Keystone
want to fresh goats In
buy -
of the Savings Bond Division of last time he will continue the 6:00 to 8:00 p. m. See Schedule *21 Inch. Motorola Lowboy at area. Owner may have by

I ries," Huggins predicted. the U. S. Treasury Department. J above ',-' :. Dahmers. tfchg paying for ads and board bill Contact

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