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 21, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:. .. I'Sanitary Fill PlanIs State. School Assessments On Property

-- : Studied By City! Head Takes 'Note Boosted By $1,000,000Dynamite

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;; 4( - The City Council, under increased fire about the site and Clears Rowell Canal I $29,000 IncreaseIn

condition of the new cify dump, Tuesday night continued its' School Chief Thomas

k:' I I study of methods for making the dump into a sanitary fill. ] Bailey wrote a resident of Key- ', -, '> --, -' Taxes SeenAn

r-- A-.----------------r.- w.,___* .,._... n __ -J__ _. Gaining the principal attention of the Council members, stone Heights thisweek that he T increaaj of

Starke's new 1,000 gallon-per-miante fire pumper arrived last I was a program..under which the state would ,provide financial -! had studied the situation concerning I- property assessments $1,967.s'91.over last,

Thursday June IS, and here Is being Inspected during testing activl-. and technical assistance in buying the equipment, creating the Keystone Heights $;va: year ,was shown in the 1957 assessment

tIM'by City Council Chairman T. C. (Cliff) Hazen Jr., fire committee and maintaining a land fill. Kingsley Lake and Highland jk': roll completed last week

chairman Joe Andrews HI, Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter and Mayor The Council directed City students ,, ', by Tax Assessor Gene Long.
senting some landowners in ,the! and thatyou_ have -- Thia is
Clerk Carl Johns to study the the largest increase .
W, T. Jackson. Chief Carpenter said he is "well-pleased" with the \
served notice that "if just ;
of the area reason for concern. shown in
Mir truck. He described It as being "the last word" in fire-fighting; financial aspects programand S any one year since
something done soon" to
City Attorney Arch ThomasJr. But Bailey continued that Long haa been in office.

equipment to study the legal aspects make the dump sanitary, legal "the position that can be taken The taxable portion of the Increase

and scheduled a special meetingr action would have to be taken to by, the State Department of Ed- amounts to $781,561 with*

-..-"'", J ", :...... tonight (Friday) at 6 p. m. force the city i into action. ucation In this matter can only the exempt portion set at $286 *

.-.( 1'''' to take up the matter. Futch emphasized that he be advisory and with the interest -
I Fast Action wasn't issuing a threat to ,the of promoting harmony andefficiency 330.On the
Meanwhile for fast : Council but said that he believed in all school of present mil-
pressure systems.
lage rates ((37 12| mills) the
action in cleaning up the new "at leant a temporary injunction 'The: legal responsibility for $781,561
would In
site came from two quarters. can be obtained" to stop handling this situation rests with bring additional

Attorney Mack Futch, repre- use of the site until sanitary the Board of Public Instructionof revenue. If the millage stays
the same the School
conditions are met.Protests. Clay County. The school of- !': Board'
share of the increase would be
ficials of Bradford and Putnam
'-i-: Warren Hancock, 'who S :- $15,631.22 and the Commission'sshare
Street owns Counties may be involved onlyas
% PavingRestart land near the 'new dump prod the Clay County school of- would be 1348193.'

ded the Council members for the I icials mutually with themto This increase $29,000)) addedto
Hyacinths, water and fish
: the $215,000 realized from
second straight meeting with last
are blown skyward
as county
Slated protests about the condition of year's assessments would make
Bailey noted that the Pupil crews are forced, to blast to" the
the county's revenue from
Assignment Law "given the authority clear the tightly packed hya- properly
Hancock said that it had been to county school boardsto cinths from the canal between $224.000 for the

71 By City Council six weeks since the Council had assign pupils residing in a Rowell and Sampson coming year.

a. + promised> to take action on making county to schools within that lakes. The clearing job, com The value of property, per-

the dump sanitary, county." pleted last Thursday, also produced sonal and real estate, was set at

The City Council Tuesday -The only move that has been school a harvest of fish knocked $9,980,220 on the 1957 rolls with
: In the last plant sur-
night made plans to set into motion taken has been for a bulldozer out by the dynamite blasts. $6,474,480 eligible for taxing.
'VeYf, of the two counties, Bailey
again the city's street to work at the site one time. County Commissioner Harold Last year the Yalue of propertywas
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pupils the Kingsley
building program which has Instead of improving the dump, Norman (below) displays the set at $8,912,329 with $5,.
City Councilman Joe Andrews III. chairman of the fire committee Lake area were calculated to at-I
been stalled since early April.
the bulldozer succeeded only in nearly 100 fish he picked up non-exempt.
tend schools in Starke and these
mans one of the hoses as the hew Seagra\e pumper is put The Council took steps to scattering the garbage "all over attend, either floating in the water after Long attributed the jump in
in Keystone to
through Its paces. Fireman R. C. (Red) Buford is looking on. blacktop streets on which lime- the woods," Hancock said. Starke Melrose. Thursday morning's blasts. The valuation. thin year to "equaliz

Though the pumper was shooting water through seven hoses at onetime 1 I rock has already been laid The officials said that this,was or high water 'also set the fish ation, new construction and
street, Jefferson between ii The letter was written to Mrs. to in the canalat
Bay done biting a record
during the wet period to wonderful cooperation for tax-
the capacity of the equipment was not nearly reached, Fire
Broadway and Temple avenue, provide a roadway for the trucks Edwina Moody of' KeystoneHeights'in rate and fisherman lined payers in submitting returns."
(Chief Carpenter said. reply to a letter from the banks the first of
and Cypress street-and to lay taking garbage to the site. last week As a part of the equalizationeffort
limerock and blacktop Park her. Copies were rnt to Erad- togetInonthefui.
Doing AU We Can"Don't Long said the value on
Place, and Thomas street from you feel we are doingall bcd Superintendent Harmon a large portion of timberlandswas
I Bradford Counties St. clair east to the Old Lawtey Morgan and Clay Superintendent.
Among Switching we can to get the sanitary Starke's Co. C increas'ed to $10 an acre.
road and north to East Brownlee. project going," Councilman W. Hirris C. Long. These lands had previously been

H. (Billy) Noegel challenged."I The Clay County board last assessed at between $6ani

I From Fee System For Paying Sheriff The Council estimated that don't feel you are doing so week sent a resolution last weekto $8.50 an acre.

about $1,200 was on ;hand for powerful much," Hancock re- students 'In these communities Preparing The County Commissioners

the work. With this money they plied. telling them to attend Clay CoUnty will sit as an Equalization Boardon

The J'wliiy1 of Bradford Count consider it too high and rejectit I plan to purchase the limerockfor Councilman I. .& Clark said schools and that bus transportation July 1 to consider appeals

,'* sheriff' and 'tlie operating the .sheriff has the right to the additional streets .estimated he felt. that council could do( would be provided. Two Weeks Camp from taxpayers on assessment

expenses 'of hU office after Oct. appeal to the governor and a I IbJDe at '2,000 feet. With the more in hastening'1' the .creation They also requested the Bradford rates. .

1 will4 Bot depend.'rojhe ., fees- .. .,.1'9JftDJl1tff'..,. 4--i.I.,. monthly funds accruingfjpm; ) c, ota.eantarysitI: J : ',.. '' ''1.Toonty.lxiard. 'to .refrain, from! To-Y.a.-Oid' 'The 105 men ,of Co; C: :,tne Since' ?'Long; entered office. In

'whicH Tw: collects. Advocates of the salary system share of the 5 per cent utility Instead of correcting one mesa, sending buses into Clay County. Starke National Guard, unit 1953 assessments have! increased

After that date the sheriff will contend that the fee system tax boost earmarked for'tfe ts- by'moving the dump," Clark The Bradford Board previously Badly BurnedHelen were preparing for the annual $3,018..048.&capee.

be placed on a $7,500 annual lends itself to abuse since some they plan to pay for the blacktoping aid, "we, now, have two messes, had1.'voted ,to. stop. furnishing' summer encampment. at Fort .

salary and his ofice will be, operated law officers seem more interestedin work. on our hands." transportation' these student. Stewart, Ga.
Jane 2 1-2
_according to a budgeL.Bradford collecting the fees than in act- The bid of the W&M .Construction Explain Program For-years these students have old 'daughter of Tax Asseraor year- The unit will leave for Fort Nabbed

County, along with ual law enforcement. Co. of Williston was accepted County Sanitarian Jack Tra been attending Bradford County and Mrs. Gene Stewart on Sunday, June 30'and ;
Long was badly
for the blacktoppingwork. wick and Nick M sUo regional schools because 'of the proximity
most of Florida's other counties, Proponents of the fee system burned Saturday afternoon' whena will return _to Starke on Sunday
will make this change in the engineerwith the State Boardof of :the communities to Starke, Julyl4. An advance detachment
that without the incentive -
replied can of fluid used to aid the Admits
Limerock laid on Bay Health explained the which -Is much closer to them BreakingInto
method of financing the operation of a fee for each case the officers was program the lighting of charcoal exploded consisting of MjSgt. Ben C. Hol-
Jefferson and streets under which the city could receive than Green Cove.Parking .
of the sheriff's office as the would tend to be slack in the en- Cypress : showering her'with flames. tzendorf and Specialist RobertC.
the the end of March but the state aid in a sanitary landfill Wise Aub-
result of a law parsed by forcement of laws. near I The little girl was reported ,to Sapp, Wallace A. ,
recent Legislature.The road construction, projects were I project. '* rey I. Covington, and Ronnie W. Cafe Here
Though the financing of the be "getting along fine" by her
divorcing of the fee system i isherltrs left uncompleted.In Under the program. the city Meter the Mundorff will leave Starke
office"will longer be doctor Wednesday though
from the payment of the other action. the Council would have to put up $9,500 to Thursday. June ,27 to preparefor .
the amount of fees exact condition of her injuries
sheriff and the operation of his controlled by voted to. give the owner of a be matched with a total of $14-. bandages the arrival of the main body. Persistent detective work anda
not until
office marks a significant change the sh/iff collects" he wjll be Commissioners under house on Cherry street ,30 daysto 200 from the state.- .,., Extension Plan could were be removed known probably- This year Co. C. will take 24 lot of sidewalk pounding by

in county, government, methods.It .. nstant urging by the award a contract.for a repair .Regulations for 'the' plan motor vehicles to camp in military Assistant Starke Police Chief

has,been predicted that ,before to make the office pay project on the house. The house which is under the mosquito con- Thursday. convoy and all the men of Riley Sweat Tuesday broughtthe
its own way, so that funds from and neighborS would thatit Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Long's arrest of an escaped convict
many mdre years all county officials has been condemned trol program require To Be ReviewedThe the company will be ,transportedin I
will ,be on ,straight salary other sources will not have to be have complained that it is I be administered through the mother-in-law, said that Helen the convoy. In the part most on a charge of breaking and entering -

bases and the .operations of diverted to its operation. a hazard. The owner was tola county. It would be completelya was burned from her head to of the men have been transport the Toulrst Cafe at the

their offices controlled by bud- Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that about two months ago to removeit city project though, the health City Council Tuer.lay hips when the flames struck ed by bus. Greyhound Bus Station.

f the fact that his income will no but later told the Council he men said, with the city provid- night took a second look at its her. The can exploded when While at Fort Stewart the The escapee, William Muriel

gets.Under the fee system, the longer be dependent on the number planned to fix it up, but no action ing the funds and being set up plan to extend parking metersto Long preparing to use the grille men of Co. C will provide main- Giles, waived preliminary hearng

sheriff i is', allowed to earn 7.500 of arrerAs he makes will not has yet been, taken. as.a. mosquito control unt.Dozer.Bequired three additional areas and sprayed. tile. fluid on. the charcoal tenance 'and supply support for before ,County Judge T._ A. Yawn

but whether: or not he draws decrease !his: viligance in perform- The Council agreed to take : agreed- to review the matter a Combat Command'C of the div. Wednesday and his :case was

that much depends on 'the ing 'duties."I ., down a sign from traffic lightin It would be required'that a little 'more.Several .- ision. They will be responsible certified to the Circuit Court.

amount of fees he collects. Trt intend to make the office front of Doctor's Hospital. bulldozer be pur.chased and attendant of the members, 'noting Foresters MeetDon for maintaining approximately: His bond Jias been set at. 5000..

fees of each violation and type payoff as much as always," he which directs people to the Brad- hired for exclusive use I that a petition is being circulated 500 wheel vehicles, 125 track After the court hearing 'on this

of service is established by law remarked. "We are going to con ford County Ho ,ital. Dr. Calvin on the sanitary project. among businessmen opposing Champion, farm forester vehicles, 50 artillery pieces ,and case he will be returned state

and goes Into the Fine and Fore- tinue to arrest violators the best J. Houpt operator of Doc Councilman Chairman. C. ; the extension conceded for Bradford County left Mondayto 1.000 small arms weapons. It is authorities.

feiture cut of which the office is we know how." tor's Hospital. said it was em- (Cliff) Hazen Jr. said that "if that the objections may contain attend the week-long activitiesof anticipated the 100 per cent of Sheriff P. D. Reddish'IJaid ,

- operated.The Sheriff Reddish said that either brassing to have a sign in frontof everything about the program is rome merit.I the annual State Farm Forest- the unit will attend summer field that Giles' admitted breaking
operation of the office. was method is okay with him. contending his hospital pointing to an- approved the Council members training to help with the large into the cafe Monday night,
I The officals took into consideration meeting..
not budgeted because it, ,was .:not that both have advantages other hospital.The intend to go into it." ers work load. stealing about $20 in coins froma
from the The meetings will be centered
known how much money wouldbe and disadvantagea A good Council also agreed to Noegel questioned whether of a complaint Gerald Crosby 'of' Starke join- machine. Sweat tracked Giles
Cordele Ga.
merchants that the extensions around Marianna.and ,
available or what expenses feature of new system will be give Dr. Houpt two private I not the city could fare better by the this week and down by inquiring at business
ed .company
I would put the meters too far where the Florida Farm Foresterswill
would come up. that he will know how much parking spaces in front of his contracting for bulldozer work from ,the business district observe and study the resultsof has been a&3igned to the cook places if the people there han
Fees will still be collected from money he will be able to court hospital. instead of participating in the away section. noticed anyone with a large
business."I research carried'on.
and hurt being
law violators and for services II en each month he said. The Council gave Fire ChiefD. state program. quantity of coins. He got a lead

under the new law, but these The sheriff will attend a meetIng W. Carpenter the go ahead to Trawick also brought out that believe we: should think ProcedureIs at a service station where GUeS

fees will go into a county fund. I in Palatka Wednesday, June have repairs made on the Dodge the old dump can be coveredover about, this thing a little more,," Annexation I had changed the corns for bills.

Money for the operation of I'' 26, at which varibus aspects of fire truck. under the same program. Mrs. Ruby, Johns raid. The rest The policeman traced the escapee -

the office will be appropriated the new system will be explainedby The Council voted to have The Council obtained an agree- of the members agreed.At Outlined By JudgeTalk to a hotel where he made

by the County Commissioners members of the State Auditing Bradford County Tax Assessor ment' from a representative of the last Council meetingthe 'the arrest.

according to a budget: Dept. Sheriffs from Baker, Clay Gene Long prepare the city's a heavy equipment company fora members voted to purchase Sheriff Reddish said Giles escaped

The budget will be submittedto Flagler, Naaiau. Putnam. St. property tax roll as has been demonstration of a machine on dualheaded'meters for the new about,annexation of the Kingsley Lake and Keystone from a State Prison Camp'

the Commissioners for appronl Johns and Union counties will also done in the past. This roll coats the dump site. The representative areas, but _City Clerk,Carl Johns Heights areas into Bradford County'has been in the wind recent- in Alachua County in May and

by July 15. If they should attend this meeting. the city about 1100.! showed a film on the ma- said this order has not yet been ly sparked by the controversy concerning students on the westside has worked at various jobs in

: chine in land fill work at the placed and would not cause any be deal of Starke for several weeks. He
there'seems to a great
2 Starke Boys Record Price Paid For Council meeting. complications if the members I of Clay County. But was serving five years for forgery
how to about such a move.
confusion concerning go
Last week several of the decided to reverse their decision.. when he escaped.
,' Council members viewed_ a Last month the Council votedto County. Judge T. A. Yawn recently conducted a study of the

To Participate health department film on the extend meters to Madison annexation problem and found that the procedure isn't as com I I Couple Enter

'- --. construction of a land fill show- street from ,:Monroe east to the plicated as most people seem to believe. AU that is necessary .
In Boys StateMike 3 _.', street in the I Not Guilty Pleas
ed I by Trawick. railroad, Walnut is for the Legislature to pass an act changing the boundarylines
1 Under the sanitary fill method block north of the post office.
't no petitions or referendums are necessary though"apetition his wife were
and is compacted and cover- and Jefferson street between A man and
Goldwire, son of garbage ; 1 I
Health officials and'Walnut ,from the residents of the area' expressing their preference charged this week with being
:Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire and Lon- 4 ed over daily. Temple avenue
zo Kirkland. son of Mr. and Mrs.J. said that all health and unpleasant street. of the county they wish to be in. might carry some drunk and,additional charges of

T. Kirkland. will leave this odor problems are elimin Councilman' Joe Andrews ID weight with the legislators.The assault and battery on his wife.
weekend to participate in Boys ated.It. who had sparked the original Constitutional authority for such a move is given In were placed against the
in Tallahas.ve next week. ai 1L 1- Cor"I is estimated that the 40 proposal was couple Eldridge Moody i
State would meter ,Article VHI Sec. 3, of the Florida Constitution which says: and Mrs. Katherine Moody, pleaded I
Mike and. Lonzo are being acre present absent' Tuesday night
L counties and
shall have to establish new charges
"The Legislature power to all the
sponsored by the Starke Rotary serve the city 40 years under the not guilty
Club and American Legion Post 11fr land fill method.Cancer .to change county lines." before County Judge T. A. Yawn
Jordan .SanitaryChief Chapter 1 of the Florida Statutes is the specific law gov- Tuesday. Mrs. Moody appearedat

56.The Starke boys will join boys I 1!' % Z' Unit Sets 'Visits Here erningcounty boundaries. To transfer a section from Clay' to black the and hearing blu,. with her face

from all over the state in a pro- Bradford County all that is necessary Is that the Legislature. ,
for the
gram of learning about state ; Canvas TonightThe Dandaly Mushahwar chief approve ameriSments to the sections defining the boundariesof Judge Yawn the set next trial trial term
government by actual performance sanitarian for the Kingdom of Involved. couple during
the two counties 8. Moody's bond
of the duties. A legislative Bradford County unit of Jordan, recently was a guest in beginning July
in most of the prece- assault
This action is not uncommon though set at $300 on the
session will be held and a governor the American Cancer Society Bradford County working with
and other officials elected. )J will conduct a housetohousedrive County Sanitarian Jack Trawickfor dent cases there was no conflict between the, countiesbut.the and battery count and $35 on
I Friday evening, June 21.- three days.Mushahwar changes were agreed upon peacefully and enacted to straightenout I the .drunk charge. Mrs.
What Is believed to be an all-time high price was received by. released under $35 bond.
Land SoldA beginning at 6 p. m. in an effortto studying sanitary county lines or correct other faults. the couple

farmers for com at the Starke State Farmer's Market at the price reach its quota. methods in this country. Bradford County was' a participant in such a move as recently Judge Yawn told investigationwould

250 acre tract of land In peaK on June 10. A market official said that the price reached $3.15 Miss Dorothy Alvarez chair- had just ,completed nine months S as 1953 when an alteration was made at the point where that be a made juvenile into the home life
Brooker was sold recently by per crate, the highest ever paid in the memory of anyone at the man of the Bradford County study at the University of Michigan Bradford, Alachua and Columbia counties meet. of their children to see if action

Howard W. Wait and his wife market. With about four and a half dozen In a crate this would be unit said that anyone wishingto and was in Bradford Coun- the may1 be simple, the politics which should be taken. Sheriff P. D.
andis should to Though procedure
Pauline, to A. F. McDavid contribute by mail ty as a part of a program have'
wife, Mildred. about 63 cents per dozen. Here crates o! corn are being sent down send the contribution to: Brad- receive practical experience anti would be Involved in an annexation attempt where the view- Reddish said the Moodys In, age

Tax stamps indicate that the the chute onto a truck to be shipped out Since the peak, the price ford County Cancer Fund,. Box observe sanitation: programs in 'points of the counties conflict might get complicated. seven children ranging to 12 years.

sale price was $36,300. has leveled,off to about $2.50 a crate, still considered a good price. 775, Starke, Fla. operation. I. from. six months

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A LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA day evening. .We. attended both I IMrvices FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1937 ; PAGE TWO ;

ana enjoyed both service ,
very I much. We also attended
the fish fry at Long TELEGRAPH
CLAY HILL Branch Friday night. A large
crowd was present, the children V EST. 1679FLOfcIDA'
by Airs. J. L. Strickland had a wonderful time roasting e PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOMSLY
weiners! and the older folks en- UNDER THE SAM MASTHEAD
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joyed ,the fellowship as well as .
Mr. and Mrs. Lunnie Padgett's the fish fry. All said they hada
daughter Ethel, and family visit wonderful time and all of us MATTER AT THE POST OFFCC A1, STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER
r a ed Clay Hill relatives over the got home before midnight believe THC ACT OF MARCH S. IS7S.CLASSIFIED. '
weekend. it or not! We also had a
dinner at Branch ,
Long Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parmeleeand
A this being Father's Day. There
boys visited the Stricklands'and
Englands' Sunday. Billy remained weren't Sd many present as
there usually are when ,a dinneris AQ RATES
with his grandparents, -
given at this church but all
the other members of the family
this dinner also. After
+ cx returned to Jacksonville. They
,{ ? attended church services at Clay the dinner there were several 20 Words or less (one )insertion)

baptized. Minimum Charge .75
Hill.Mrs. Branch Church is having
Winnie Harris and Miss
..... its Vacation Bible School ,
v ".. sIN Gloria Starling of Jacksonville
visited relatives at Clay Hill and next week, beginning June 24, Each additional word over 20 '. .04
LESS THAN A MONTH the new city dump is rival attended''services at Clay Hill lasting all week.

ling the old city dump in ugliness, smelliness, and unsani and Long Branch. Rev. Pattern preached'for
at Hill. 20% discount repeat insertions same ,ad
tary conditions.We Winton Parrish and family us Saturday night Clay

N ...........Y... ....Y.Y1 ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy have moved to Avon Park. They sent We had than a we greater usually number do, and pre we'
spent the day Sunday with Mable'a heard a wonderful message, as 25c additional charge for blind ads or ads
Former's parents, the Fred Langs
t DiaryBy after which they were on their we usually do when Rev. Pat not paid in advance
AY terson preaches for us. We have,
Sam way to their new home.
McGarvry a great message when any of
and Mrs.
The small son of Mr.
these other preachers come our Classified Display1.25 inch
Charles Lang fell off the picnic per
her and found her dead, with one table;: at Clay Hill Sunday. It way and preach for uNext! 1.00 inch repeat insertions same ad
have per
Saturday night we
leg very badly swollen. was feared he was seriously injured -
i e and was rushed to the John Wilkinson, one of the Wilkinson

And speaking of snakes, Jim doctor but the trouble: seemedto mile of born where and we reared live withina to Cards of Thanks (up to 50 words) 2.00

tells the story about the rattle- be mostly shock.bad after-effect We hope preach for us. Come on and Over 50 words 4 cents per word
there are no
snake that caught a rabbit near native of Clay Hill
D is for dump 'a wire fence. The rattler swallowed frnm t'lia fall. preach.
it anti before it down We to hear Vol-
was are sorry The Masters family were withus Memorials .& Resolutions 4 cents per word
far, he saw another, struck his ley Mosley is not improving in at Clay Hill as was formerly
are no longer Yankees, at head through the wire fence, and health, remains very weak and announced. The house would not
and dump is not a nice word word in any- least acording to some folks we swallowed that one too. Thus he unable to go around much. We hold more than half of the people Bold Face Lines Placed' In Local Items
body's language. met this week. They ,called us wag caught, between the two big hope he makes an improvement.We present. All extra seats were
Southern Yankees, and before we bulges and died. Moral seems to had 20 at prayer meetingat put down we had room for, every 50 cents per line
a dump is not a pretty sight no matter get mad or glad, we're going. to be that if you're going to be a Clay Hill last Wednesday passageway filled with peer
how you view it. find out what it means. hog, stay away from a wire fence. evening, this is mere than we standing benches outside ,
. usually have out for the midweek were full. Well, we have never BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

a dump smells bad. Visited last week with Arley When Lloyd Green in the Soil services. There were 37 seen a crowd like this at Clay
Dobbs and hir family, who lives I Conservation present at Long Branch Thurs- Hill before, but we hope to see .
and rats and Meeting the other
a dump breeds flies, PHONE 29
roaches. out on the Buddy Norman road. night asked how to get rid of that he is glad the cattle marketis this many and more there In every -
He was formerly connected with blanket he service in the future.
grass got a short an- going up.
to the State Road- Dept. and now he swer: Move off the We heard some of the most -
place. -
a dump can easily a menace ::
is retired and He and some of ,..
health. farming some. Had a visit by Mr. and Mrs. wonderful singing -
has a little of everything growing Got some more informationon Wm. G. McCrossin and son Brod- the best Gospel mewages we i

a dump just plain isn't a nice thing to eluding corn, peanuts, pjas Charloise and Charbray cattle erick who just came to Bradford have heard anywhere. The Holy I

have around. and Keel potatoes. this week from Jack Pony son- County about month ago and Spirit really, moved all in upon the house.the See actual road-test proof!
in-law of Bryant Reddish of Law- and settled down near Hampton. congregation and 4
These are some of the many reasons that Haven't seen any of it yet, butI tey. Jack manages a big ranch They came from Maryland, about We had 10 rededications ,
of faith. They
property owners near the northeast limits of understand that the new Florida out near Tallahassee and is a big 30 miles above Baltimore and two professions
Starke protested in no uncertain terms when 200 corn is supposed to be booster of the Charbray breed bought out the old Hess place, joined the Clay Hill Church under, the we DODGE
had come
also one
very good, and average about four which is a cross between the which consists of about 40 acres. outpulls
decided its within
to dump
the city recently dump watch care of the church until
bushels better per acre than Dix Charloise and Brahman cattle. Mr. McCroasin i was a building
their homes. And who is secured from the
smelling' distance of his letter
ie 18 or Coker 811. When Jack was asked if the contractor up north, and'his sons
can blame them? S. Charbray cattle are good rustlers ran a 300-acre dairy farm. BredI Long is Branch wonderful Church.blesr.'ng We feel for ["otfief two" low-price trucks I
For reasons that have never been made too As everyone knows, we've hada he said yes. Said that they have I, trick is a former member of the this little a church. All of you who
clear, the City Fathers decided to move the City very rainy season, but out at Hereford's of the same age In PPA and is the owner of a number missing these serivces really
Brooker they have had even more with the Charbrays, just to show of awards he won while in are
it has been estab-
Dump from the location where missed one of the greatest blessing
than their share. According to people how much better the Char- that organization.
lished for at least a quarter of a century.It of your life.
Tommy Hamilton, who has kept bray cows do with identical 1 *
was said that the space was all used up in record of 'it, there' .has been 32 treatment Jack said that the! Sam knows the Starke Centen- NE\Y RIVERBAPTIST
the old .City Dump but a sanitary fill system, inches of rainfall there since Charbray steers are running away nial is over and he has been tak- CHURCH CERTIFIED PHOTO.Drip '

if properly operated, should permit the use of April. with moof the feeding tests. ing quite kidding bauot his mus- prnbfts 1951 Ibt pull .
the'same tract of land over and, over, ad infin- t Please, remember, you people; tache. One of the funniest crackshe Sunday School 10 a. m. Wore ((31 853 putt riiiini).
Jim Rosier lost a fine heifer who have Brahman, Black Angusor has heard yet, is what Jim ship Hour, 11 a.,m. Evening Serve ,
itum.It. this sprAig from, snakebite. He White-faced Herefords that t Ropier said to him....this_ week: k e. 7 p. m.,Prayer Meeting each ( utt:
has been said that the town is growing in raid wr/n' the.animal didn't show, this is what Jack says, and not "Sam"he said, "you look like you Wednesday, ftSO p. m., Everyone I' s

the direction of the old City Dump. That mightbe up at night he went looking for Sam; All he has to say now is. swallowed a gray mule." welcome. -L. L. Parker pastor. .
1 ;i
true. But it is also true that the area around \ ti nh fr.S I Iw Ixz I

the new site is well populated, and there is this

much to be said, for these property owners -

they were there ,BEFORE the dump. If a per-

son chose to build a home in the vicinity of the ', '
'.,,, wc1r %
: ir vrtitAtr
; aa
old dump he was doing so of his own free will I ROOT BEERWITH raa _

and. at his own risk. .w..ahwaaM.

-Even if- there were only ONE property owner Here's the scientific way to measure the actual
pulling power a truck can deliver to its rear
affected in the vicinify of the new city dump wheels. All three low-priced trucks were hookedup

site, the rights of that property owner would deserve one by one, to a special dynamometer truck.

to be respected.One ... Each was comparably equipped and test-loaded.

month ago when the new dump first went

into operation The Telegraph ran photographsof EVERY

the new and old locations with the comment

that: "City officials have stated intentions to
keep this tract from looking like the old city CERTIFIED PHOTO.Truck
C exerts 1440 IbJ.pull
dump in the scene below. The garbage will be ((31410 pup reading)
systematically buried and prevented from be-

coming an annoyance, they say" Just how well
they have succeeded in carrying out this program {t. :
What A
is shown by the scenes above, taken at the new Burger

city dump just one month later.It .. ..

seems ironical that the city, in its ordi- .t .

nances, threatens a fine up to $500 or imprison- 1 I

ment for 90 days for any ,individual who creates 1'N

just such a nuisance within the city limits as .,
the city itself is developing in northeast Starke.

For the sake of the record, this is what the ordi-

nance says: Super-sensitive gauges inside the dynamometer
Chapter X-Health and Sanitation. 1:00 1 : PM TILL 7:00: PM. I truck register the man'mum pull of each truck at 1
_, l 10 m.p.h.Insets in photos above show actual gauge
Section Nuisances. Injurious to Health'; ..'"',"-' r readings in each case. To convert these readingsinto i
Penalty. I '; I pounds, simply multiply them by three.

.- -'fa.
Filth, the contents of cesspools, offal, garbage, s, ,., : I '
: \ '
foul water, refuse from manufactories, urine, '\ ., '
stable manure,decayed animal or vegetable mat- > : "

ter, or other offensive substance detrimental to :.f' I fH,

health, thrown, placed or allowed to remain in SEETHE : II I CERTIFIED PHOTO.Truck
"F"dyes roe 1448 Ibi putt
or upon any private premises, street, avenue, alley I (l t 4lO putt radlnl). '
sidewalk, gutter, public reservation or open
lot within the City limits of the City of Starke, y; 4

are declared nuisances injurious to health, and

any person who shall commit, create or maintainthe t'I t ;
ROOF / 47f
aforesaid nuisances, or any of them, shall be

subject to the penalty provided in Section 4 of I
Chapter 1 of this Code.

The penalty referred to is as follows: I i

by a fine not exceeding $500 or imprisonment : ,
for' a term not exceeding 90 days. 'A T

Each day any violation of any provision of this .
The results conclusive evidence that Dodge
., are
ordinance shall continue shall
Code or of any
Power Giants third
give you a more pulling power
constitute a separate offense. than either of the "other two" low-priced makes.
Surely the City will not demand more of its And this is just one of a series of tests that prove .
citizens in this respect than it ,is able and willingto Dodge is the best truck of the low-priced three.

do itself. A "nuisance injurious to health" is WHATABURGERSTAND I .

no less' a menace because it is created by the City Your Dodge truck dealer has proof! that

itself than .if perpetrated by a private citizen leads
Dodge in many ways. Come in .
'with a backyard pile of rubbish.
Now that the die has been cast, we do not see other certified test-photo sequences. ..

know what can be done for the relief of property and take a .demonstration ride!

owners in northeast Starke other than the in- /. ,

auguration at the earliest possible moment of a ':..-f -;: :' '

sanitary fill system of garbage disposal. If : : :'.< DODGE .

properly operated, this,could beat least'a-partial .,.. \.' ':', '. -.; :'... :' :'1';".- "

solution to an unpleasant. situation. If will not I ... .
make the property owners in the area completely I GIants

happy of course, but it would enable.t em to .
sit down to a meal without Tiavinst foul-smelling

smoke, drift across the, :'fln_ing 'table 'with- :every MOST POWER OF M LOW-PRICED 3

shifting wind .,':. ... \. -
t .
._.." : :Y,0'
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21, 1957 PAGE THREE
tTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.T..T..TT.TT...... home on Lawrence Boulevard at "VTVVVTTTIfTYTTTTfTTTTTTMAXVILLE gin next Monday morning June I I ter of Jacksonville spent Sunday I I team. All interested are askedto and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur -

a coffee party honoring Miss 24th at the Long Branch Baptist with Mrs. Dorothy Waters 'and meet ,him there. Wilkinson and son fished at
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Gloria Vickers of Melrose whose Church. family.Mr. Cake
DecoratingNext Kingsley Lake last Friday night.
to Michael S. Redfearnwill ,
marriage '
Miand :Mrs Leslie .Sweat ana Mrs. Bill Roberson and Tuesday morning at 10
By Jibs ll.eB.. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson -
take' place on July. 16. Mrs. and '
By Mary K. Schaeffer, Guest Editor I IYTT daughter, Alene visited Sun- daughter are spending this week o'clock Mrs. Joseph and son and Mr. and Mrs.
Redfearn assisted her
.... .. . . . . . . . . . . . Huntley sister in entertaining the guea's.Mrs. TYY.TT.T..T.T..Y. day in St Augustine with. Mr: in Live Oak with Mr. Roberson's assistant home camer9n'I Amos Lee and family of Badwin
brothersinlaw'and father agent will meet
Stork who broke three with
Shower! enjoyed an outing at Strickland's
and Mrs.
Pioneer In New Program of his son. The scouts preparedthe Gay Livingston Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and' sister, Mr. and ,Mrs. Bill Otis ribs last week and Infection set ville Home Dem club Landing Sunday
Camp Echocatee at Orange meal, serving rib steak with Charles T. Smith poured coffee Mrs. Raymond and family and. Mr. and'llrs.. in. at the home of Mrs. C. B. Nolanto
Kilgore entertained Slade and
and Misses Kay Walrath and Mr. and Avery
Park was the site chosen last all the "fixins". Jennie Vickers served punch. Friday, night, June 14th _baby Jimmie Wainwright and ,new Lana cut herfoot, pretty badly show us how to decorate family moved last week from the
week for the first Junior Wood daughter last .week and it becjame in- cakes. We are asking each lady
I An unscheduled .event was the Miss Agnes Watson greeted the at the home of Mra. Higginbotham Mr. Lucas apartments' to their new
I Badge to and Mrs. Alton"Hogan and fected. to bring an united cake, two
course ever
tornado which came through justas guests at the door. Receiving with a stork shower honor-, Mrs. home in Hampton.
be offered in the North Florida the boys were setting up ing Mrs. J.. D. Padgett. In the' Jimmie Hogan of Jackson- After the, Father's Day, serv- packages of powdered sugar, a
I guests with Mrs. Watson were E. B. Wellhausen
Council. other Dan Parrish last Sunday. Also ices last Sunday the members of small amount of shortening and' ;Mr. and Mrs.
In fact,
only one camp. 'Needless to say, the Miss Vickers and her mother, middle of the room was a gift ( and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Marian and. son Henry
such Mars of Jacksonville the Long Branch Church enjoyed milk and cake decorators if
council has offered a scouts were equal to the occas- Mrs. Vickers. basket. decorated with pink and you and sons enjoyed
Montay visited them too.LitUe' dinner ,on the grounds. have them. If do not it C. B. Nolan
course. The purpose Is to train ion. blue crepe paper, over which e you Strickland's
Junior and Senior Patrol Leaders Rotary Fish Fry A Sucess hung an open' umbrella with Miss Alene Sweat i* visiting Whitehouse Won Over Maxville will be, alright. The meeting will Sunday afternoon at
I for the Fourth National Jam Civil Air Patrol Honors Both Keystone Heights resi- pink and blue crepe paper with her cousin, Jennie Lou The Maxville boys really played last until 2 o'clock, so if you Landing.

boree to be held at Valley Forge Won By John Dodd dents and summer visitors are streamers, representing a show- Jenkins in Jacksonville this a good game of, ball last Sun- can't come for all of it, come forpart. -1I
Capt. John Dodd, Cadet Com- interested in the swimming pro- week. in Whitehouse, but neverthe- Visitor welcome.
day are
I in July. Eagle Scout Gary .em Games were played' anti I
Chance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray : mander of the Keystone Heights gram held each year by the' Rotarians prizes awarded to Dora North, Mrs. Hester Hicks of Lawtey less were shut out The final Willie Godwin and Mr. and GAY'SHome
I I Chance of Keystone Heights was Civil Air Patrol Squadron, pass- as attested by the large Frances Adams Pauline Harris visited with ,her sister, Mrs. Leslie score was 5 to 4 in favor of Mrs. N. L. Cannon and family
ed with honors the difficult Cer- attendance at the fish fry on Sweat and family last Sat- will play visited in
Whitehouse. They Jacksonville Sunday
chosen to attend the course and the door prize was won by AppliancesYour
I this area. Gary won a signal tificate of Proflency: examin- Friday night, June 14. Parentsof Elsie Rhoden. After the honoree urday. Little Helen Sweat re- again next Sunday and they are with Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Born-

i honor. in being chosen Senior ation in Jacksonville last Satur- children who will participatein opened her many pretty gifts, turned home with her for a visit determined to-win this time. At- stein.' :Mike and Nathan Cannon Friendly
day. Relatively few cadets have the program and other of several days. Misses
many with
Patrol Leader ;for the North refreshments were served. En- tending the' game were remained Mr. and Mrs.
passed ,thin exam and John is towns people' were on hand to Mrs. Della Denmark of Jacksonville Violet Bomstein
Florida Scouts ,to attend the joying the occasion with host- Jewel North, Jean Harris for the balance of Dealer i
Jamboree. the first1 from this Squadron.This I enjoy good fish and the facilities esses and honoree were Trudy was operated on Monday Burnsed Marie Taggart and Linda this week. 1,

Scouts were achievement entitles him of the beach. Crosby Deal Padgett, Florence morning at the Duval Medical Waters. The girls of the Lerners Shopsin NQBGE APPLIANCES
10,000 -
Nearly 32'Scouts' attending to an aeronautical engineering The Rotary Arms neaaea oyMrs. Parrish, Mabel Wilkinson, Toria Center. Mrs. Denmark is the, Mrs. Don Eiche1ser.and son of Jacksonville gave a'stork
represented bjr"the The, I scholarship exam and the examination Wally Muhlhofer served Higginbotham, Janie Higgin- sister of Mrs. Julia Griffis and Jacksonville is spending a few shower last week for Mrs. James e MAYTAQ WASHERS
the training course. for entrance into the Airj homemade pie and cake and added botham, Frances Adams Dora Mrs. Lou Thompson and Mrs. days with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman. Mrs. Coleman is
I leadership was composed of vol Force Academy. Also, he will a nice sum to the proceeds.. Bertha Padgett, Elsie Dee Smith of Maxville, also the Coleman and family. an employee of Lerners. 0 COLEMAN HEATERS and

I unteers who gave their time ex attend the summer encampmentat The swimming program beginsin North.Rhoden Elvie Chance, Mary mother of Mrs. Earl Wilkinson.We Little Baseball We are sorry to learn that FLOOR FURNACES

cept the two professional Scout- McDill Base in August. Capt. July.Vacation. Wellhausen Rosalie Nolan, Ber- do wish her a speedy recov-I To Organize Uncle Pete Griffis suffered an-
ers, Quartermaster Ed Babb and is also in line for the In- Schools We Service All Makes
Dodd Bible
June the Whitehouse
tha Harris Pauline Harris, ery.Mrs. The umpire of other bad spell Saturday and
Scoutmaster Cliff Lewis of ternational Cadet Exchange program Heights Baptist Dan Parrish and Mrs. J. Of Appliances
The Keystone Higginbotham, Dorothy Higgin- baseball team will be here at Is't getting along too well.
Jacksonville.Befeg under which the United Church will close the two weeksof botham and Ruby Durrance. D. Parrish and son, David were the school house Friday after- Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children
-first" in the scouting. States and, Foreign countries Bible School with a special Balford Whitehead's uncle and business visitors in Jacksonville noon to meet with the parentsof spent Sunday afternoon, at New Phone 10

program, the group chose a exchange cadets for a training program at the church at, 7 on aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ben J Jllllt Friday. the younger boys for the pun Kingsley Beach. Starke, Florida,
mme, "The Baden Powell Guild program. Six cadets from the Friday, June 21.' Teachers for netts have moved here from near Mrs. Bill Roberson and daugh- pose of organizing a little league Mr., and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson
Craft Troop," and a special flag state of Florida 'were part of the departments included, Mrs. and are living in the Al- I 1 -:

was made and presented to Mr. the program last year. Capt. A. T. Dasher beginners; Mrs. J. Tampa Smith place. ,
Williamson, the Chief Scout Ex- Dodd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Payton primary; Mrs. Earl bert Miss Shirley Higginbotham

ecutive. This presentation was Fred Dodd. Brice, junior; Mrs. Fred Mull- last week in'Jacksonville
made by Gary Chance. The There are 20 cadets in the ing, intermediate. Mrs.' James spent Miss Eleanor Johnson who
group, was divided into four patrols Keystone Heights Squadron and Puckett had charge of music recovering from a tonsillectomy. -

Fox, Bob White Beaver they meet each Monday night and Mrs. W. L. Bunce assisted was. Cantaloupes

and Eagle. The Eagle Patrol was for training, with refreshments. A Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson
composed of all troop leaders Recreation Program school picnic will be held at the and family of Jacksonville were

going to the national Jamboree. Clinton West, Principal of the beach on Thursday, June 20 at guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Doss .
The training course closed witha Keystone Elementary School, : and Mrs. Dorothy "
banquet on Friday to which has announced a summer recrea- 4:30.The Community Church beganits Higinbotham and family on Wednesday 1\1II\
scouts invited one of their pa tion program, to be carried on two week session of Vacation night and again on Satur- II'f'
rents. Ray Chance was the guest through the first'week in Aug- Bible School on Monday, June enjoyed a "
when they
ust. The program consists of 17, and will continue through hamburger day night supper at the Higgin- Western Vine- C

two parts, from 9 to 10:30'small, June 28. Teachers included Mrs. botham home.

FRIGIDAIRETHE group games and large group Charles Hulen, kindergarten; Intermediate Training

activities, and from 10:30-12 an Mrs. Jack Crosby and Misa Kay Union The of the Maxville Baptist Ripened, Sweet, 1 ';
enrichment program, which will Walrath, primary; Mrs. J. Rus-
Church enjoyed an ice cream ,
BEST-KNOWN include art, music and crafts. sel Young, juniors. Mrs. E. T. June 14th : : '
social on Friday night ,
NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION Playground crossing signs are Martin and Mrs. Tolford are in
made Tasty Large Size !
the the church. The girls :
placed by the city at the crowing charge of refreshments and Mrs. .
cakes and they were served with III'i
RANGES in front of Hardenbergh's Carl Carnes is secretary. Others home made ice cream. Enjoyingthis I I'I
WATER HEATERSAIR residence between the hours of assisting in the school are Mrs. ocasion were'Evelyn and B. 'I ,
9 and 12 for the'safety of the W. J. Grolick, Miss Carolyn "
CONDITIONERS F. Coleman, Jewel North, Jean Western "iue-Rlpened Fancy.Long Green 1003 Broken Slices :
children on the east side of Johnsqn Mrs. W. D. Andrewsen,
WASHERS & DRYERS Harris, Bonnie Padgett Linda i
town. Mrs. H. I. Stevens, Miss Glend Waters,. Roger Waters, R. V. HONEYDEWS 59c CUCUMBERS 3 1gc PINEAPPLE 2 39ci
Principal To Leave Whitesides and Miss Gail and Howard Durrance, J. D. :
Get The Best For Less ..
Clinton West who has servedas ------
principal of the Elementary son.A Church school picnic will be Padgett and Mrs. Ruby Dur- Fancy Georgia y'b Ann Page Strawberry Our Own 5c Off Regular Price I"
At rance '
School during the past year, held Saturday, Junf 29 at Camp Mrs. Alice Norton of Jacksonville PEACHES 15c PRESERVES 59c TEAs- only 49c
will leave for his new duties as Montgomery. spent last weekend at the ,,
Smith'sGarageSales principal of the Naples Florida Summer Schedule For Church home of her son-in-law and 1'1
Elementary School on Aug.. 10. Services Ii
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn "\ ,
We regret losing Mr. West as Episcopal: 9 a. m. Sunday. Harris and family. CHEER 31 c M rton's Just Heat and Serve Pot Pies I
and Service principal and his family and Baptist: 9:45 Sunday School; Claude North of Jacksonvile !

We Service AU Make of himself as members of our com 11 Church, 8 p .m. Evening Wor- spent from' last Saturday until ''
Electrical Appliance munity. We wish them every I Tuesday with his parents 'Mr. Detergent BEEF CHICKEN TURKEY 21c'
606 ,N.Temple Ave success in their new work. I Church: 9 a. m. and Mrs. John North. DREFT 31 ,
PHONE 120 Party For Bride-Elect Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn Mrs. Florence Parrish, Mr ,
: Mrs. Alfred B., Watson was Worship. '
ing and Mrs. Edward 'Edenfield .and (
I I hostess on Sat June 15th at ,her Williams Catholic 8:15: a. Marcal Pastel
.._.. ----- ," .' ,St. daughter Mrs. Frances Adams "Super-feght" Western
) m, through October:; P and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Todd NAPKINS 2eor 23= ,

Duplicate Bridge went on a fishing trip in the St.
LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT ''Firri place, Mr. and Mrs. F, Johns River at Orange Park last PORK CHOPS Center Cut ib l 59
W. Tolles; second place Mrs. E Thursday.Mr. .

F. Aiken and Mrs. E. P. Menzen; and Mrs. Edward Eden- SNOWDRIFT \
BUILDING JOBPhone third place Mrs. George Phelps field and daughter moved to : 95 ,

and Mrs. Ketchum.A Jacksonville to make their home '
feature of the evening was last Saturday.Mr. 3Iarcal Facial Cap'n. John's Frozen Golden Brown CookedNANNIES

the birthday shower for Mrs.. and Mrs. Robert Carter
Ketchum, mother of.Mrs. Phelps. and daughter, Elaine visited with 3 25
493-J =- Sixth Grade Class Party Mr. and Mrs. John North and FISH STICKS 10-oz. package L9c

For [ The Carl Carnes home on Lake family last Saturday *afternoon. Detergent u
y r Brooklyn was the scene of the Mr. and Mrs Drew Wilkinson

Free class party for Mr. Peter's sixth and Mrs. Morris Bell attendedthe DUZ 32

graders. Billie Carnes and his graduation exercises of MrsWilkinson's auSea Brand Cooked Drained Ready To Serve .1'
Estimates parents were hosts for a nephew James Detergent
party and chicken barbecue on Rigdon in Jacksonville ;on Friday BLUE 'II'

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS Saturday PersonalsMr. June 15. night June from'7th.the He Jacksonville was graduated R1NSO 75' SHRIMP COCKTAIL 5%-ozs 4Sc..

and Mrs. Arthur Beckwith : Tech School. They also visited Cooking SaladsWESSON

recently moved to their new with Mr. and Mrs. ,E. R. Rigdon ': 'I
home at Ormond Beach. while in Jacksonville.Mr. OIL 63' I ;
J. W THOMAS Construction Mr. and Mrs. John Thornquist and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson Headless Dressed ,
: Jr., and their two daughterswere of Jacksonville brought their '
the guests of Mr. Thorn Mark and Cuylerout Ib
young sons WHITING Ready to
,... quist's mother, Mrs. John Thorn- Sunday morning to stay with IDEAL 2 for 33<<= Fry. 13c'
quist, and his aunt, Miss Ruth their grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Ohlson. They left on Friday for Drew Wilkinson for a' couple of i ; '
NOW YOU CAN DRIVE A NEW their home in Wichita, Kans. .I'

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Clark days.Mr.. and Mrs. John North and BREEZE "Super-Right"' '
this week Mrs.. 33 it
4CV had as guests daughter Helen were business '
KilILT Clark's sister and brotherinlaw -I visitors in Jacksonville Saturday. ., Hard fa Fed 1& 'I''
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ervin Mrs. Henry Carter visited Kitchen Charm PORK LOINS > 41 c II!

and son Alex, of Crossville,, from Friday until Tuesday In WAX PAPER 19 .
'J1395.00NO Tenn. Starke with Mrs. Effie Johns
W. J. Grolick -
Mr. and Mrs. and Mack Carter.

UPS enjoyed a family gettogetherat Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Allen are Jane Parker Tender
No Trade Needed this weekend. Included Light
Long Terms! their home announcing the arival of a 7 Ib. Jane
in the group were Mr. 4 oz. son which was born Tues Parker Dutch

TQ 50 MILES PER GALLON and .Mrs. W. H. Woodrum Mrs day June 11th in the Jackson ANGEL FOOD g e 39

Nell Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Crar- ville Air Station hospital. The APPLE

9,>>oor Heater Automatic Choke. Adjustable Seats Ison.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert T.. young man has been named Ro: I Iff I

Safety Trim on Dash' and Windshield Frame Kidd. Mr. and Mrs. Bert T.all Hut-of ger Allen.E. Try Ann Page New Imp.ovedMAYONNAISE .
son and Miss Gail Hutscn. D. Buford, Rudy and J. C.

IMPORTED and Parts CAR Always CENTER Readily Available, Inc. B.Jacksonville' T. Hutson and Sr. Mr.of Melrose.and had Mrs.il Kingsley Higginbotham Lake last went Friday fishing night.' ,at : Quart Jar 49C, PIE s '

1410 San Mareo Bird, Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. Sara McDonald CoL M. E. Mr. E. D. Higginbotham and ,
PHONE FLANDERS 91Y40HUNDREDS weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters of
Adams and f
Adams and Mrs. went fishing on Lake
Maxwell Lawtey SULTANA PURE 12 OZ.
of \ "
their four children Santa Fe last Tuesday night.
Field Montgomery, Ala. Mrs Members of the Long Branch inch each

Donald.Adams is Visiting the niece James also of were.Mrs.A. MraMcDonald's McDonald Mc Baptist families Training enjoyed Union a.fish. and fry their at STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2* (' 43c

son. the church last Friday nightMr.
and his family from and Mrs. A. R. Johnson :
A&P Sliced and Halves
Jacksonville.Mr. the arrival of a
are announcing '

of details are managed and economically A l toona., and, Pa.Mrs., Schaeffer were Homer visitors home Stein on at of baby nesday daughter June ,12th born in, last a Starke Wed PEACHES Yell w QMS per can 2 ?c .

attended that only a trained and the George were on their hospital The young lady has .
careful organization can attend when Wednesday. They their honey- been named Marianne Louise. ,Parker "

the urgent need for serving is at way' home from South Florida. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls BEECH-NUTS STRAINED 4 3-4 OZ. _
moon trip to of Jacksonville -
hani. and daughter, Diane
Stein is a cousin of Mrs. Schaeffer and Mrs. Lois Waters .and

Miss, Watson left Jacksonville sons, of Lawtey, were guests of BABY FOOD 6Jars for.59c
Agnes visit with Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- ANGELKFOOD
for a
DC WITT C. JONES' by plane and hergreat botham Sunday afternoon. .

Phone 1 Starke, Fla her great aunt,grandmother Mrs. H. J. Egger and Vacation Bible Scnool will. be- .

Funeral Director Ambulance Serrict Mrs. A. E. Beck of Washington, University of Florida, broughtan
D. C. Later she wil visit Mr. and illustrated talk on his visitto .
Oar local found Msu caihUfl 4 to otte MBTtnlniMa aai Mrs. Fred Schneider of Seagrit, Egypt. $ tores Price in this ad effective

..me. lot ettMnriMW "n, N. J. Catholic Club Supper : ;y
I Annes Hears Rev. covered dish was en- 39'
St. A super '
I '" II Y I ... through June 22 -
... Jerry ZeDerFollowing joyed by members of the cath- .
tantafe. the hiftkMt tjf MTTK *t ..... price &D4IOeept a picnic supper on olic Club on Wednesday even- 412 CaD Street -

AUr life iafurtno.policy m tore*, -Jmed by ANT the church lawn on Wednesday ing. Plans were made' for a Stark, ; Florida -
oomptay M payment part of ta full OB a fIlIaL-- evening June 19, the Rev. Jerry fund-raising dinner to be given .

''OouIJt" eurIII ao ebUpti& Zeller, formerly assistant chaplain for the benefit of the fund for

House at the -
at Canterbury church pews. -


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.r I Jeannette McLendon, Charles Meister WedIn Starke Woman's Club Donald Griffith WedsIn Library Notes"The I the path of the original ship.

rI Candlelight Ceremony In Orlando Church Delegation: Attends .Miami Ceremony Ernest Gebler hag brought to

I District, WorkshopThe -- Plymouth Adventure," a life historical figures that have

chronicle novel, of the voyage of long been shadowy. The long

Starke. Woman's.Club: was the Mayflower, by Ernest Gebl- voyage from Southhampton,

represented at the .workshop for er, is a fresh and dramatic narrative with its personal conflicts and

members of District, four, Florida Y of one. of the most.cour- hardships suffered from violent

MootPhone Federation of'Woman's Clubs, at ageous ventures in history. It is storms and a low food
35 ... dos, e the Springfield Woman's Club, of particular interest at this supply,

0. -.-.-.-,...- ---,-- ----- ----,-- -- ,.:. 1.Sk Jacksonville on Thursday, June time because of the replica May- is graphically described.
14. a flower which has been in the This is among the rimy new

Cyrus Beams HonoredOn Local Women Attend q Iry. e; Those attending from the sen- news for the past several weeks, books now available at the coun-
BPW ConventionA P ior club were' Mrs. A. Russell since leaving England to sail ty library.
50th AnniversaryMr.
tvu Norman, president; Mrs. C. L. 3
E. Beam delegation from the Starke Scholl, press book chairman; .
Mrs. =
and Cyrus -
Business and Professional Wom- Mrs. P. L. Bridges, membership
observed their golden wedding .,
anniversary June 2 with a fam en's Club attended the 38th an- t chairman and Mrs. P. J. Quat- GRAVE'S HOME DAIRYAnnounces
their nual convention of the Florida fed- tlebaum, library chairman.
dinner and reunion
fly eration at the George Washington "Techniques of Program and
home in Starke. Hotel in Jacksonville June Year Book Planning" were

The honorees were married in 1316. stressed by Mra C. L. Menser, -

RichIand,, ya. June 4, 1907. Theyare Those attending were Miss first vice-president of,the Florida

the parents of eight chil,Madge Middleton, Mrs. Mildred Federation. "Many ideas are bet- rk The Installation Of A
dren and have 14 grandchildren. Mrs. Pearle Colson, Miss
Doyle, ter' than one".. she said in advis-
Present at the celebrationwere Della Rosenberg and Mrs. Desta ing the representatives' from the MODERN HOMOGENIZED UNIT

five daughters Miss Ann Dyal. district. Her-suggertions included

Beam of Tampa, Mrs. Lorraine Thursday'night, officers of the "action" for members, originalityfor ,

Dodrer, Mrs Thelma Thornton, Florida Federation and a national 4j programs and interest in com- t And Is Now Ready To Serve You '
Mrs. Vivian Addison and Mrs. 'representative were guests of munity affairs. ,

Margaret Penoyer of Jacksonville honor at a reception in the ballroom '
The Springfield club memberswere
; and three sons, Ivan Beamof of the hotel! Music was fur- -HOME DELIVERY DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY-
hostesses for the day and
Miami, Eugene Beam of nished by the Federation or-
and served luncheon at noon.
Wichita, Kans., and Sgt. Robert chestra.
,y( = At the annual convention of _
L. Beam of Bossier City, Ala. Mrs. Dorothy Lee who was : '" HOMOGENIZED .
.' the Florida Federation Woman's Qt. 27c
Mr. and elected state recording secretaryis a i' \,
Also present were .
... I. Club in Palm Beach recently the
Mrs. Jimmy Simmons of Starke a native of Starke. She is the .... : Starke Woman's Club received PASTEURIZED Qt. 25c
.3 p
and Lillie
were daughter of Ruffin <
and out-of-town guests '., ,, .,. honorable mention for their
James Watson, Detroit, Mich.; Matthews.Edwards. ', .
press book in which Miss Clara
Y -
Mrs. C. V. Smith, Tampa; Mrs. ,:. .' '> 'i'9. ..' '
.. ;,1 Leaman
book chair-
was press
John Simons, Bossier City, La., Ladies Night Held S''e.,. :r. : :f##'l1'" man and Mrs. Harry Mooty was xResale Phone 441-Y

sonville.and Mrs. Jennie Penoyer, Jack- By Rotary ClubThe ...i:..,..-.., "'. ..,../J..... publicity chairman. Route 2 Box
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::; Mrs. W. H. Nollman was a ,
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Starke Rotary Club held ',, \1,' delegate to the National conven- Lee Bowling, daughterof j
Schedule AdoptedBy Ladies Night at the Officer's Clubat 'W tion of General Federation of Mr. and Mrs. Ressie T. Dowl- :-
I I (.I{ 4.' .
Social Club Camp Blanding Tuesday eve- ; ....j ,:t Woman's Clubs in Asheville, N. ing of Miami, became the brideof

ning where members, wives and / '!\:"".;, ei .'i>" '<' ..,-, C. on June 37. Donald Leon Griffith at an
The Starke Social Club met I guests enjoyed a prime roast beef .M'I\" ,. ,""' Members o'f the 'Starke Wo- 8 o'clock ceremony, Friday even-

June 18 at St. Edward's Parish dinner served on the patio. man's Club are serving in the ing, June 7, in the Central Bap- FURNITURE
Hall at 7:30 o'clock. President George Patten gavea t Chamber of Commerce office tist Church, Miami. Dr. C. Roy $a&

Games were enjoyed by the 15 word of welcome to all attend- while Mrs. Marian Howe, sec- Angell officiated.The .

members present. Rev. W. S. ing and presented Harry Rabb, m retary, is attending the Cham- bridegroom is the son of

McAHey presided 'over a schorl chairman of the affair, who servedas (Photo by R. P. McLendon) ber of Commerce Institute In I Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Griffith of ALL TYPESFURNITURE

business session in which the I master of ceremony. On the Chapel Hill N. C. from June 14 Miami, and the grandson of Mrs.
schedule for program were Lu Hillendahl who Miss Mary Jeannette McLen-, The bridegroom's father served
the summer meetings to 23. Those volunteering their A.L. Sullivan and the late Mr.
was announced and adopted. : sang "Always; Larry Gibson and don, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. his son as best man, and the services are Mrs. P. J. Quattle- Sullivan of Theressa.

Refreshments were served by:I Bill Mathews who played a piano Homer Boiett McLendon of Orlando usher-groomsmen were Robert L. baum Mrs. A. RU!' ell Norman. The bride, who was given in

the hosts and hostesses, Mr. and;:and trombone duet; Glenda Parker and Charles Lewis Meister, McLendon Jr. .of Marianna; Joseph Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. W. L. marriage by her father, wore a

Mrs. Robert Halsall and Mr. and who sang a The solo and Joan Wheel Fur- son of Mrs. Alice Topping Meisterof S. Hearn Jr., Lake Alfred; Blair, Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, Mrs.A. lace gown with aa wide r,3quin- AND '

Mrs. James Watson. long composed, pianist.of Junius Rotary Smith, George, Orlando and Walter Helmut James T. Meister, Little Rock, E. McKinney and Mrs. I. E. trimmed collar at the v-shaped

The Meister of Bismark, N. D., were Ark., brother of the groom; and of .
first meeting in July will Huggins, Tom Nolin and Lu Hil- Clark. This is part a yearly neckline. The bouffant skirt was
be held on July 2 at the Methodist -Ilendahl sang several quartette united in marriage on Saturday 1 Charles Cox and Riley Hogan Jr., project of community servicefor of ballerina length. A tiara of Appliances.Best

recreation hall with Mrs. W. numbers. Group singing was also evening, June 15, at 8 o'clock in both of Orlando.Fcr Woman's Clubs. pastel paillettes and seed pearls

L. Blair, Miss Amy Coburn, Miss enjoyed, accompanied by Mrs. the First Methodist Church of her daughter's wedding, held her fingertip French illus-

Gertrude Eppen and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green at the piano. Orlando.Dr. Mrs. McLendon chose a cocktail ion veil, and she carried a colonial Buys In Town

John Crehan as host and hostesses. Eighty members, wives and E. J. Pendergrass, pastorof length dress of ballet blue lace Patricia Pellum bouquet of white car-

guests enjoyed the affair with the church, officiated at the with matching accessories. Her nations with a white orchid cen- Bank Financing

Sandra Rowe Feted each lady receiving a corsage. candlelight ceremony, which was corsage was a yellow orchid. .

:With Bridal ShowerMrs. performed against a background Mrs. Meister, mother of the Voted Treasurer ter.The matron of honor, Mrs. .

SHERIFF'S MEETING I of areaca palms interspersed with bridegroom, wore pink lace with Ralph Dowling, the bride's sis- CONTACT

Ray Stone and Mrs. Mich- Sheriff P. D. Reddish and a seven-branched white, wroughtiron matching accessories Her corsage ter-in-law, wore yellow lace and
candelabra holding cathedral was also an orchid. In State 4-H net. The bridermaids, Dorothy Starke
ael Body
Gilhooly were hostesses at a group of his guests left Thursday Mobile Home Sales.
miscellaneous shower Friday, morning to attend the Florida tapers. The altar was flanked The traditional wedding march Wilson and Madeline

evening honoring Sandra Jean; Sheriffs Convention in Sarasota.He with tall baskets of white glad es were played by Mrs. Robert< were dressed in orchid and car-

Rowe, bride-elect of July 3. The plans to return Friday or ioli and Majestic daisies, and sim- Chapman, organistwhile Miss ried colonial bouquets of yellow OR PHONE 470-W

shower was given at the home of Saturday. ilar arrangements adorned the I Christine Bryan of Lake Wales carnations.
Mrs. Gilhooly. choir loft. Pews were marked with was soloist. *- Marilyn Romfh was -

clusters of porn poma tied with and Kenneth Dowling ring
Approximately 25 guests en- Recent Birth Immediately after the ceremonya
joyed the evening. white satin. reception was held at'the Ros Irearer.
: The bride given in marriage by S. W. Griffith, father of- the THE CORNER
Helping the hostesses serve Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Starling of alind Club where the rooms wer 4 while: BAR..8.
of imparted was best man,
father a bridegroom
her wore gown
birth of decorated with and flooi, u
were Misses Elaine Gilhooly, Linda Lawtey announce a. palms \;
Ra j
Jack ,
lace and; nylon ushers were Hodges
Kay Alvarez, Janell Bulling- daughter, Sheila Fay June. ,11 at Chantilly : standards of white bridal bloss- FORMERLY UNION TAVERN
tulle over, satin.The fitted lace Demby, William Leppert,
ton and Johnnie Forsyth. Doctors hospital. oms. Tables were, overlaid with
I bodice featured a scooped neckline white satin cloths caught at-/to* Ralph Dowling, brother of the

and long, tapered sleeves. tervals with southern 'smilaxPanddaisies. bride. "Bar-B-Q At Its Beat"ADJOINING

Chantilly lace created an apron The six-tiered wedding After the ceremony a recep-
At effect on the bouffant skirt, : 4 tion was held in the social hall
cake was embossed in a daisy and
had cascades of ruffled of the church.
i which
ivy design, topped with a minia
555 lace and tulle down the sides. Two ture bride and groom. The punch After a wedding trip to the DRIVE-IN PACKAGE STORERoute
mountains of North Georgia the
AUCTION ruffled flounces of illusion term- table was centered with an.-epergne -
inated the chapel train. Her fingertip couple will live at 1621 N. W.
ACRES arrangement of white" car i 100 2/ Miles East of Lake Butler
veil of French illusion was nations and gypsophelia. 39th St. in :Miami. Mr. Griffith

attached to a half hat of lace is stationed with the U. S. Na- OPEN DAILY 11
A.M. TO 11
The bride's aunt, Mrs. E. L. P. M.
and tulle, sprinkled with Irides- vy in Opalocka.
Matthews of Starke, assisted with

NASSAU FLATS FARM cent a sequins.single Her strand only ornamentwas of pearls cutting the cake, and her cousin, Bar-B-.Q 'Chicken Ribs -. Pork -

Miss Anne Matthews., helped,
which had been worn by her aunt, week were .Fun Night at Camp
Property of L. A. Raulerson'' Miss Jeannette Matthews of keep the bride's book. bell Stadium, the state dress revue Sandwiches and Soft Drinks '
The bride is the granddaughter -
Starke, as a bride. The bride's in which Elizabeth Prevatt
TUESDAY N 10 A.M. JULY 2 I of Mrs. E. S. Matthews of and .,1
bouquet was a cascade of white ,I Judy Kelley modeled dresses
II carnation 'florettes and lilies of Starke. She is a graduate of they made, tours of the Capitol ALSO
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RAIN OR SHINEONLY the valley, interspersed with Florida State University and a I center, and tours of the new lib-

tufts of white lace and centered member of Alpha Delta Pi socialsorority. Patricia Pellum, vicepresidentof bary and new Home Economics Catering To Clubs Parties Outings
the Bradford County girls'4H ,
with a white orchid. elected building on FSU campus. .' ...
Council was treasurerOf
Highway 1. S 1-% miles south of CaUahan. 60 miles S. of Way- Miss Marion Davis of Orlandowas Mr. Metier is an engineering the State 4-H Council duringthe Marilyn and Patricia attendedthe 'LET US DO THE WORK FOR YOU' .

cross, Ga.; 29 miles of Fernandina on the coast. Spectacular: maid of honor, and bridesmaids student at the University of Flor- ,4nd annual short course for Junior-Senior Reception and

advantage for gain, profit and pleasure. were Miss Mary Agnes ida and a member ,of Kappa Al- Virginia took part in the recogn-
growth means every 4-H girls in Tallahassee last week. 1 Stop By ,-\i *.
FERTILE IA. D.TO GIVE'YOU SECURITY; SENSE OF Matthews of Starke, a cousin of pha fraternity.After The winning of the State Coun- ition program when the girls received HAVE A CHAt WITH
to New certificates for their weeks
the bride Miss Alice Sullivan of a wedding trip
WELL-BEING acres permanent pastures. Lush grasses ; cil executive board pest by Pat-
Bartow, and Miss Elizabeth Orleans they will be at home for ricia was especially significantsince I work. Charles L. (the Red Top) Green'?
land that
and clovers .on improved lays beautifully. Stumps, '
Hoolat of Macon Ga. They were the summer in Decatur, Ala., this is the first year the THE BAR-B-Q-MAN ,
brush, and weeds have been removed. Bulldozer was used. ,.
gowned alike in ballerina length local Council has been
Ideal layout for easy-to-make beef, dairy, and .farm profits. dresses of mint green dotted where Mr.' Meister has accepted oj represented in the State body. i*

EVERY ADVANTAGE FOR DAIRY 'SUCCESS. Milk'prices swiss over taffeta, with bouffant summer employment' with a The Bradford County Council was IfiOTA 1 ,., .. ,
highest in nation here. Completely fenced with stock-tight skirts and bustle bow effect in chemical company. With, the formed in February. - --- ---- -

neat fences :5 wells and branch supply plenty of water. Com- back. They carried cascade bou opening of the fall semester at Patricia, daughter of Mr and i PIECE
quets of yellow Esther Reid daisies the University, they will residein SUMMER COLDGASTOONS :
plete Irrigation system to supply 400 acres if needed. Good Mrs. F. J. Pellum of Starke, has -
OJ tied with matching satin. Gainesville.with club member for I -
roads over farm make management easy. Good land for truck been a six years. ULIVINGROOM
r--- She and the other State officers TAKEW
and row crops. 75 acres corn goes to new owner. Far better L ...
Installed in ,
a Fri-
were ceremony for
than average farm buildings. Modernized home meets every day night after which the traditional r .

test of good living. Sturdy, comfort-packed. Good community. l candlelighting ceremony I,6.l! l! symptomatic ;,

I Long list of good machinery every kind you need. Check took'place to climax the week's c ,V RELIEF F .

I I every asset and, plan to fee at this sale! .. events..4 :.. :. ., .+ GROUP

.. Other'glrls' attending the short 123 EAST CALL STREET
CHOICE FLORIDA LAND for current and future building programs course

'builders, homeseekers, developers. Investors! HereIs With so many folks enjoyingthe Gibbs Co. in Jax for the Parrish w.ere'Mari1)11, Elizabeth Prevail Cox, Virginia and I ] PHONE80:

the opportunity you've wanted. A chance, to buy land only summer' at lake cottages or summer r....:..hIs sister, Earleena, Judy Kelley. They were accompanied
vacationing in far off places its starts I
15 miles of booming Jacksonville with its big payrolls. Get an working Monday at Pru- I by Miss Dorothy Ross,
rather hard to pick enough dential ...' -
up Buddy Bishop and Bill Home -By- .
tract for development for now and the future. It's all agent, and ,1SOFA1PLATFORM
acreage gossip for this! column during the Jackson were up in Columbus, returned to their
going for what it brings!; Coast Line RJl. forms farm .boundary I summer months so until September Ga. on business the first. of theweek. homes Satur- GIB BROWN ROCKER:: 95-

farthest from homesite. Tract is valuable plant site for it will be quite brief. day.Dr.. Doak S.' .

future. Anyway you look at it, this Is a good Investment! Hear that Sally Sink, Beverly Those who would like' to writeto president: of Florida Campbell State, retiring Uni- CHAIR
Chapman and Laura Harris will Butch Smith while he is -
Check it now. .. _. ..,- attend the Pioneer Camp at National Guard training awayon can versity, welcomed the ,delegationof r 2-END TABLES' ..

Montgomery Conference Center, address -him: Pvt. Junius M. 500. club girls, home demonstration 1-COCKTAiL
300 HEAD CATTLE GOJQfG! ISO head Registered Polled Here- TABLESTABLE
agents and leaders to the
Crystal Lake next week as dele Smith. NG 24653206, Co. C. 6th .
fords with 80 calves at side, 26 registered Charolalse, 25 Hereford i Terms
gates of the Presbyterian Church, BN, For Jackson,:S. C. ... ,hear campus. LAMPS Easy
and Charolalse '(some purebred but without papers); 3 ... noted that Mike Chitty underwent -' that Linnie' Linson is now managing During the week the girls attended

proven herd sires; 110 brood cows with 80 calves at side. Write I surgery on his leg at Duckys store in' Keystone I classes in various subjects. 11 1-SCATTER RUGigii -

for catalog giving pedigrees, eta 2 saddle horses.. Any man Hope Haven Hospital last week Heights replacing :Martha Gonzalez Virginia Parrish attended the r. ., ..
and is confined to his wheel chair who has resigned and help; devotions class; Judy Kelley, ,re- r.1 .
who wants to improve her herd will do well to attend this sale! "
his brother, Wayne, cut his ing Ducky in the Starke store creation; and Elizabeth Prevatt,

foot on A piece of pipe last Fri- are Shirley Thornton and Frances news writing. They also attended
ON DISPLAY Take a leisurely ,tour of this sterling propertj.
day and is hobbling around on Martin classes in exhibiting and judging They're all.GOOD SKATES at
all its assets. It's going at auction with bo set price in -
crutches ... Sylvia Paulk was Sorry to hear Jan Mundorff cut vegetables home grounds beautification Gib Brown's Standard Station.
mind. For illustrated brochure and full.details, write, wire or among the 16 girls from North his foot severely on a broken bot- food preparation, groom- $

call our office.FREE Florida and South Georgia who tle Sunday afternoon at Santa Fe ing, and others of their choice. We work on anything that

were the guests of the Fernan- Lake he has been hobbling> .Patricia Pellum and Marilyn ROLLS! zJt:

N DELICIOUS PIT BARBECUE dina Beach Chamber of Commerceat around on crutches since ... hear Cox attended the daily council

1 their 4 day 'Fiesta held last that Shellie Hall started working meetings as delegates from the

weekend ... they appeared on al] Monday at the Farm Colony in :Marilyn
the Fiesta
functions during the G-vflle. nominations
chairman of the
four days. David Haines entertained '35 council and
committee for the ,
-- Spotted Ada Lawson clerking in guests at a costume party and advisor. STATION

i. L 'I iihf 1A rlIscis of ..-pWk) Lawson's grocery and market ... outdoor barbecue last ,Friday aft Miss Featured Ross was programs during the Standard
see Janelle BuUington won the ... Oil, Products
JAMES A.' STRANGE, Broktr-Phon' 3619 ; .i ernoon Art Holliday Jr. Was .
} record player 'given away by host to.SO seventh.graders on his on Lake|Banta i.c->! f
2M-I Arc'ad Building. _ft. PUrtt, Florida nes cottage ; :4G7"1N.ii mpJ Ara' ;; -, ,.
Barksdales for
&++ =r *- Day 13th'birthday, June 1 at a ham- See you in _the next '
Earl Norman has accepted a job burger fry and dance at the '- -' ,
Hay 3 Carolyn.. .:.a -. -- -.- .-. :

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o "_"L _._'L.--- "- _. Mrs. Mrs. Irene Johns of Green'Cove
'-' .L.-' -' Steve Weldon and daughter ,
dence and address Is: 112 Curtis
Martha, will visit Mrs. E. Springs spent SatumaJ'to Wed Mrs. Edna Bridges Lane, Yonkers. New York.

.I A. Haskins in Jacksonville: over nesday ,with Mr. and Mrs. L., D. You are hereby notified that i
suit for divorce
custody, control
the weekend. Green and Mrs. C. D. Williams. Taken By DeathMrs. I and support of minor children

Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead Miss Patty' Harrod 'JackSon-- Signs has above been named tiled Court against and you in the
cause ana
and family will spend the week- ville spent Thursday to Saturdaywith : you are required lo serve a copy or
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie CarterJr. Edna Nolan Bridges, 59, your answer or pleading to ta*
end at Silver Glen. The Carters also had as Sunday of Starke, died at the home complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
N ros SK2| and Mrs. Joseph N. Up .iT her of T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box. 54$.
Pensacola spent the guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fred uncle, W. L. Aldridge in Starke Floridaand
Belche 'of Inglis, Fla., file the original m the office
of Jacksonville:
Wilkerson Saturday
_._... weekend with their parents, Mr. ,night aft of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
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Mr. and Mrs.Paul Faulkner and For e er an extended fflness., before the
and Mrs. A. C. Belche and Mr. b ,a. tt Mrs. 22day of July, 1957
:Mr. son, Paul II, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bridges had resided in
Caldwell at State I otherwise the allegations of said
and Mrs. J. G.
and Robert Faulkner in Jacksonville Lake City and'' Olustee for 25 Complaint will be taken as confessed
N. Y. Farm. "_ years before by yon.
Sunday. ,
First moving to Starke in This
notice\ shall be published
with Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Payne Mrs. Louise Kite was in Oklaw- 1953. ence each week for four consecuttv.

Mrs. were in Live Oak visiting Mr. aha on Sunday visiting her aunt, Survivors Meeks III th. BRADFORD COUNTY
Me, and Mrs. G. B. McLean over Mrs. E. B. Hart. Grade a daughter, Dated
Mrs. Ernestine Whiddon of I I this 18 day of June, 1957
and the weekend. Glenn and Bill,McClane of Atlanta Starke (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles *. Dul J
; a son, Dozier T. Laird C *? of the Circuit Court
Mara Ann and Beech Payneare arrive Saturday for a week'svisit of" By Maria Crosby
Gainesville Deputy Cler
Mr. vfr tang their aunt, ,Mrs. with their grandparents, Mr. P. Nolan ; ,four brothers, C. 6/21 4t 7/12
; of Jacksonville _
and Dorothy Cross in Roanoke Rap- and Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. The Otis
F. Nolan, N. C. Nolan NOTICE TO
ing ids, N. C. for several weeks. boys' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hus- w G. Nolan I. Cteemlt Cart llracr.re Ce.aty.
all of Live
Beach. Mrs. Edward Ensor of .Jacksonville ton McClane and sons will occupy ---- Oak. PlcrMat !. Caaaecrr. .

Ricky, was visiting Mrs. Fred the Owen, Griffin cottage on Little Sally Moore doesn't seem to be pleased by the Idea of en- Tuesday Funeral in services the Chapel were held the Denver Bonnie Lou Thompson Thompson, Defendant.Plaintiff vs..
with Lake a few Kingsley Lake the month of July. of
Kingsley ,Case
Mrs. Guy this week. Milton Dill of Jacksonville visited tering the first grade next fall ai her mother, Mrs. Jimmy Moore,' Sherrill Funeral Home in Lake -. .. T. App..r :00. 10.38.tl.

days Mrs. Ruby Collins of Rockledge,! his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. '.fills out the registration' forms. Elementary School Principal' P. T. City with the Rev. Jack Noff- To dence: Denver and Ihomlson.is: whose 5430 Cam resN.

Fla. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.! Dill on Sunday. NoUn said that 111 youngsters were registered during: ; preliminary singer of Gainesville officiat Bowie You Bird, Fort Worth Texas.
are nounei
F. Stump, Mrs. Del Colley and Miss Linda Johns and Mrs. Al registration last Friday morning, more than In any previous ,year. ing. Burial was in Memorial suit for hereby divorce custody that and
Harley Jr. are in Fort Lauderdalethis I Cemetery in Lake City.DRIVER control of minor
The children
Mrs. Daisy Perryman. registration for the future first graders win be on Aug. 2S. r hat been meet against
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. ;you In the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlongleft All parents above named Court and
registering children must TlUlNINGThe cause and
bring birth
a certificate for
Glen Duke and daughters.Mr. 1\A1 ue required to
last week for Waynesville, serve a copy of
and Mrs. N. O. Gilmore of them, NoUn said. .. v lour answer or pleading to the com-
N. C. to spend the-summer. They driver training plaint on the pJb.lnUtt'a
Carthage, Miss. spent the past To Frank .... Attorney
Ad- Land ..
will be joined by Mrs. Carrie to at BHS Mon- m' P' v. Box 5l6,
their Mrs. J. begin Starke Fl ldasSra
week with daughter, Tarzan Film Set New StationA
weekend.Mr. has cancelled and
adma this day morning been in
W. ,Dodd Jr. and family. Mrs. the office ot
and Mrs. J. F. Robb and For Florida TheatreThe because the number registeringwas CIrcuit Court OD or
Dodd, son, Bobby, and daughter, new Gulf service station ,Is
children of Charlotte, N. C. are Mrs. John B. Sapp, returned to scheduled to be constructed In not sufficient to meet re- otherwlae 22 day of July 1957-
spending two weeks with Mr. and with her latest adventure of Tarzan quirements for a class. Complaint the allegations of said
Carthage Wednesday
Lawtey on a tract of land just will be taken. U COD-
BIG Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Fay parents for a few days visit. king of the jungle, are north of the main .teased by you
of store This
brought to the. in "Tar shall be published
Gill.Dr. GET SET for your vacation screen buildings on U. S. 301. NOTICE TO APPEAR once each week for
and Mrs. H. H. Adams ot zan and the Lost Safari," play- !. Cimtt Court Bradford C..t,. :weeks In the Bradford CouSt"TeU.
with a Movie Camera from Bull- The land, 182 feet wide and Florida* IB Cha.eerr. graph
11., Starke and Dr. and Mrs. Don ington's. For sale or rent. (tf) big 'Monday and Tuesday at the 100 feet dep, was sold to Trem- Anthony J. Rubino, Plaintiff vs. I Dated this 11 day of June, 1957.
e a Christoffers of Keystone Heightswere Florida Theatre., This is the first Florence Rubino, Defendant. I(OJ'J'ICUL SEAL) Charles
}, Mrs. N. S. Dankel and children arco Co., a subsidiary of Gulf by Case No. 10-22:7 Clerk of-the A.Dark*
on a fishing trip at Boca Tarzan feature to be filmed in Ch'eun Court
Jfotlce To
spent last week at Fernandina E. W. Hayes'for about $16,200. Appear By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
To: Florence Rubino, whose resi I
Grande over the weekend. wide screen ,and color. 6/21 4t
Beach. Mr. Dankel joined his 7/12
Mrs., Kate Sheppard ia spending, family over the weekend. The movie was filmed on location -

most of the summer at Fort Mrs. Jim Chasteen and childrenand I in British East Africa and

White with her brother and sis Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and children the Belgian Congo and Gordon '

ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. I returned home Monday after Scott again plays the role of the -

Dennis. spending 10 days at the Brownlee ape man. YOURHOME

Mrs. Jessie Young attended a cottage at St. Augustine Beach. Wherever Tarzan is found

family reunion over the weekendat Mr. Chasteen and Mr. Outlaw there will also be pretty ,womento .

( the Lake Weir home of Mr. j joined their families over the be rescued and protected and

1 and Mrs. Sam Love. weekends.Mrs. "Tarzan and the Lost Safari" is

1r Mrs. H. E. Bradley and children H. L. Brownlee spent the. no exception. In this picture the TOWNSTATION.

r and Gerry Mooty spent last I past two weeks with her sister,: girls whom the ape man saves
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh in ''Lake I
i Friday and Saturday in Leesburg from hungry beasts and hostile

as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. land.Nancy I natives 'are Yolande Donlan and
Steve Bradley Lynn and Beth Willis of
C. Scott. Young Betta St. John.
of remained with his grandmother, Sequatchie, Tenn. are spending
The story begins when a twin-
several weeks with their grandparents
Mrs. Bradey Sr. for an indefinite crashes
engined luxury airplane t
Mr. and Mrs. V. 0.
visit. into the African jungle. The lost i .
( Bridges.
Mrs. Rosa Hillendahl of Hous- Hugh Brownlee of New Orleansis party, comprising two girls and

ton, Texas ia spending three rriving Saturday to spend a three men, come close to losing t

weeks with her son and family. week with his mother, Mrs. H. L. their lives when' a bestial trader ;

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hillendahl. Brownlee.Mrs agrees td hand over the survivors i

Mrs. Neal Lyon and three children W. B. Mundy, Mrs. J. B. to the Oparians for sacri- *

flew to San Antonio, Texas Sapp, Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter fice to the gods in return for

last Thursday to visit her parents Linda, will return the first of their ivory. But Tarzan comes

.. Mr.and Mrs. E. A. Droemer for the week after a 10 day vacationin I to: the rescue and the lost saf-

two months. New York City. They were accompanied ari is led tCi safety after a seriesof "The Clock Watcher"

of by Mrs. J. A. Griffinas adventures. .
I Mr. and lira J. C. Martin and '
I far as Philadelphia, Pa. to visita
/ daughter, June, of Fort McCoy sister. ..... i 7:00.9:00 A.M.
'. : visited Mrs. Jessie Young last .
I I Bobby Spencer of San Diego

Saturday. Calif visited his sister, Mrs. Maxie SAM
: Dennis Dunwoody of Jacksonville .. ZACK
Carter Jr. and Mr. Carter over
is spending the summer with -

1 I his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.R. the:Mrs.weekend.H. M. Griffin of Waldo ITfAFACT ,4 Manager) .

S. Dunwoody. and Mrs. Clyde Dees of Gainesville

I Mm Scroggin of Ocala ..., ..
Clyde were Sunday visitors of Mrs. ..'_> _, .
f- -
Is visiting this week with her sis- T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie Darby t '-......' ". ." rT
I s e / err eti ;.;;. ;; '4.
ter Mrs. Jessie Young. and Mrs. Carrie Hitch. roiFlurosisMO1THE '-. ,

Z ; Jembers. of the Starke Garden MisSgodgrjss of $cotts- Puorrrf ,...... ,
annual boro Ala. and daughter, 'Miss MOST *
Club attending the 13th *
i .OKLAHOMA'.0 Short Course for Garden Clubs at Gusta Snodgrass of ,Pensacola VALUABLE > u !x. .
last week with their PRECIOUS j
U. of F. on June 18 to 20 were spent daughter :
I Mrs. Jesse Young, president; and sister, Mrs. A. J. ThomasJr. STONE .t "The Chatterbox"
t and family.Mr. f .
i Mrs. P. T. Nolin, first vice-pres- vr
',. : ident, and Mrs. A. Russell Norman and Mrs. George Flynn Jr.

w5, I T. secretary. and son, Gray, of Leesburg were 9:05 10:00 AJi.
overnight visitors last Thursdayof
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Langstonand 't
the Senior Flynns.Mr. .
,. : daughter, Kitty Sue, an" .and Mrs. Bill Clark and BETTY GRAY
I !
Ann Barrett of Manning, f. -
Mary .
children ,of Tampa are visitingMr. :
I S. C., spent the weekend with and Mrs. L. D. Green and *
I Mrs. EurAis McKnight Don't let repairs on your car i (Women's
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Williams for a week. ,p\v Director
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thompsonof .keep "Eating You Up." Let us 1' '' '''1:4'!-J%::;

spent the weekend In Tampa and Tulsa, Okla. are visiting Mr. Sinclarize. your car 'regularly 4. .... -fi4
l .....,
relatives.Mrs. t.
Webster visiting and Mrs., W. B. Thompson Jr..and for top performance all the ..,' --- '

I J. C. Cone of Brooker vis- family this week. .time. -, /" .'
ited last Tuesday to Friday with Mrs. John L. Udell returned_to \0 -

is her daughter, Mrs. M. F. Hazen her home in Arlington Heights, Answer to last, week's fact: :

Mr. Hazen. 111. ,on Thursday after spending a -- -
and '
All days are not 24 hours long, 1'1-1- :
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams month with her daughter, :Mrs. ..
their length varies from about
have moved to Mayo to stay with ,Harry Mooty and family.
relatives until Sept. 2 when they I Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. and Mrs. one minute less every 24 hoursto Jf The Perry Van -Show"

t. will move to the Panama Canal John A. ,Torode attended the one minute more. 1. "Handy .
Zone where Mr. Williams has accepted Florida Federated Woman's Club Book of Curious Information.

1 a teaching position.Mrs. Work Shop at the Springfield "Popular Fallacies." 12:30 4:00 PJU. .

Jack Trawick and chil- Woman's Club, Jacksonville, last '
I weekin Thursday.THE .
the past
dren have spent
visiting Mrs. Jane An PERRY VAN
i Tampa flLLEY'fJINCLAIR .
derson. RIGHT POINT for the
v Mrs. Marguerite McAllister, die way you write. Come in and select STATION ., & (Traffic Director) ?. *
: of
rector of Child Evangelism, your favorite ESTERBROOK

. :r Greenville, S. C. has visited the Fountain Pen.' TELEGRAPH a,

f I : past 10 days"with Dr. and Mrs.
.. ..
H. G. Bollinger. <; ;- '...
in :
Mrs. P. S. Denmark was ,:
Plus Jacksonville Saturday to Monday

OIap visiting her son-in-law and daughter '
Mr.'and Mrs. Roger Ward._ Arthur Fulmer ',oJ ,
Mr. and Mrs.: Joe Thomas and Y Ld "' ,

family of Crescent CitY'and their .

guest, Bob Woodward of Illinois PLASTIC COVERS .' .' "AlYour Request"
are-:spending this week at the S. SEAT

G. Denmark cottage on Kingsley {

Lake. Mr. and Mrs. L E. Clark were ,, '- t

in Miami from Friday to Monday

ti visiting their daughters Misses CHUCK' DENTON
Marguerite and June Clark. r. j x
uui -
and Mrs. Doyle Conner and *>

Doyle Rep.Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. .. .,- '\; -. (Chief Announcer. ) ie

4 : Henderson attended the State F. ,,". 3 "' ,<<.. -- :- ,"
F. A. convention In Daytona si 3 I ". .! ,

Beach over the weekend. '.. i} l J -.c.'
Mr. and.Mrs. Elton Smith have ,
moved from 609 'Pinewood Driveto "

!1.I ... ) 511 N. Water St. S *
Plus Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Buttrick and i j p :u:

family' of New Hampshire are t

moving Into ,the Kincaid apart-

f 4. ment at 324 N. Walnut street this "Revolving Bandstand"

weekend. Mr. Buttrick Is stationed 4r- ..
at Cecil Field. The apartmentwas
6:30.8:00 P3I.
1f formerly occupied by Mr. and /

Mrs. N. L. Woodburn who are on i

vacation in the -North.. .. / 4t BOB FRANKLIN
Mr. and Mrs. James E. ,McRae ,
I and family have moved Into their :". ; t : -

new home at _1210 Bradford St, 1 ViL.i (Control Operator)
Saratoga Heights. $21 .95 : -
Houston Chitty of Jacksonville, ; '" .
UpSHEPHERD'S .. .:) -
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lee and family .; A. i', .- .

of.Woodbine; Ga. and Mrs. J. *

I W. Ellis of Bonifay were Sunday .
: visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. \
I. RAllIO&1V

I Stephen Tilley left Saturday for -' ..

i three weeks visit with 0 his uncles INMAN D. GREEN Owner 1490.-KC.S:

I land aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard ; -
Ray In Savannah Ga. And Mr: and Phone 239' Sum Florida l ., ,.. .: i
Phone 53 I Mrs. Dewey Warren in Statesboro, : : : :

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--- FRIDAY, JUNE 21 1957

vyvy yyyyyy1'ryyyyyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy vehicle: -
Dated this 23rd day of May, "57. NOTICE Cr APPLICATION 4)
1948 Ford
: Plck-Up" Truck. Motor Charles A. Darby, ,
L NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED No. 87HC-48929, Color Green. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- FOR TAX DEED
said sale to be conducted ImmedIately ford County Florida, House Bill No. 1862:

I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY west of.the Bradford County 5/31 4t 6/21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Jail. and will be held in accordancewith' hat Ann Bissell. the holder of
Chapter 56%. Florida Statutesof NOTICE OF the following certificates had filed
By Ozors J. Shell&JLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1955. FOR APPLICATION said certificates for a tax deed
I This 8th day. of June. A.D., 1957. House TAX DEED to be issued thereon. The certifi.
Bill No. 1843
Charles A. Darby, cate numbers and
A A 111-1 a a a a a a NOTICE IS HEREBY years of issuance
------------ Clerk of GIVEN
the I
Circuit Court, the description of the
that Ann Bissell, property
Carnation Social Club According to, Bradford- County, Florida. the following certificates the holder had filed of and the names in which it was
6/14 2t 6/21 assessed are as follows
said :
The regular meeting of the T. Marshall' certificates for a tax deed Certificate
Troop 71, to be Issued thereon. The No. 69.
club was held at the home of the camp will open on July IB Clrralt NOTICE Coart TO Bradford APPEAR Coaatr. numbers and years of Issuance, Year Description of Issuance of Property 1955. W

President, Mrs. Corean McNeil. Boy Scouts wishing to Florida IB CIa_"". and the the description names in of which the property Itwas, ft of E 730 ft of SEU:of NEU 330

Tickets were given to members do Joyce Woodhouse Plaintiff vs. John assessed are as follows Sec UTI S R 2! E
may so for $ii per E. Woodhouse, Defendant. : Name in which
present for the second annual this does not include your ; Case No. 10-2222 Certificate Year No. 70. Dodd. Fred S.
; Notice T. >.. ar of Issuance 1955.!
Cinderella Ball which will be portation as mentioned 'it: To: John 'Woodhouse.. whose Description of Property: SU of All of said property being in
held at the R. J. 'E. Cafetorium week.. This fee will take : r :?.f : residence and address is: 2421 Carol SEU.of's SW% of NWJi Sec 25 Florida.County of Bradford, State of
T 8 R 22 E
on Friday July 12.'A11 the girls food and f@W"@ ; '< ':,', '''> Avenue, Yuma Arizona. Name in which -Unless such certificate or certificates
camping ...,,,.,. t' You are hereby notified that a suit S assessed Mae B.t.AU shall be redeemed
: peed. Agt. according
are wondering who will be full. The camp located : .t for divorce custody and support to law the property described
of' said in
of minor- property ieing
Prince Channing who, will try tween Starke and f :: :..,. r4TN.-. : ,;. I child and attorneys'fee the County of Bradford State In of such certificate or certificates will
; <.,. ,. "" be sold to the highest bidder
the slipper on each girl until he so it will not take much : -.- ', :;1.:., i baa been filed against you tn the Florida.Unless the court house door at
*' '' such on the first
'.. ..... above named Court and cause and certificate or certi
finds a foot to fit it. The lucky transport a car load of you are required to serve a copy of ficates shall be redeemed according Monday in month of July 1957
Which is
person will be acclaimed as Cinderella rents are urged to send I >> service was led by the your answer or pleading to the to such law certificate the property described in Dated this the 23rd 1st day day of of.May.July 1957.1957.
on Plaintiff or
Attorney will
and will receive the slippers boys to this camp as it sermon by Rev. Vinson. Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida be sold to the highest bidder at Charles A. Darby
Clerk of
gift from the club. Title Building Jacksonville 2, the, court:house door on the first Circuit Court of Brad
as a of the :best ways to : for the morning in- Monday in ford County Florida
Florida month of
Plan now to attend this beautiful many of the qualities of Mr. Hand, nephew ,of and file .the ariginalja. the offIce which I. the let day of July JulY, ,'!!?., 5/31 4t 1721

: and colorful party. Members citizenship. If enough boys : on' and Mrs. A. 0. Jenkina of the Clerk of the Circuit: Conn'on: Charles Dated this '23rd day of May,' 1957. ... ,
or before the 15 day A. Darby
of July. ,
absent at the last meeting are the camp may stay open resides in Jacksonville. but 1957 otherwise the allegations of Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- -

asked to contact the presidentat or even three weeks. said Complaint will be taken a* ford County Florida -
Father's Day with rela- '

once for your tickets. R. ,.Covington reporter. ) and friends in Starke. At confessed This notice by yon.shall be published 5/31 4t 6/21 COLONIAL:

( once each week for four NOTICE
B. Cohen, reporter. conseit1v.weeks APPLICATION
Masonic Turnout Gospel Echoes of In the Bradford County Telegraph FOR TAX DEED''

Fourth Division Meeting.I Worshipful Master rendered a program for the ROOM Bill W.. 1862

I The Fourth Division of the Dell is requesting all Society of the church Dated this 6 day of June, 1957. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, FLORIST !
) (Official Seal) Charles A. Daib.* that Ann Bissell, the holder of
Sfonerican Legion Department of the Morning Star lodge to Sarah Jenkins* president Clerk of the ,Circuit Conn the following certificates had filed
Florida of the Eleventh District By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk said certificates for a tax deed
at the hall, 1:30 Sunday prayer service Tuesday 6/14 4t 7/5 to be Issued thereou. The certifi-

Will meet in Gainesville on Sun- 23, to leave for the Rehearsal for Choir No. cate numbers and years of Issuance PHONE 218 I

'day June 30. This will be a com servance of St. Johns night at 8. Pres IB Clremit NOTICE Crart! TO APPEAR the description of the property
eont,. and the names In which it
blned meeting of the posts and Please be present and' on ; Hankerson asks all mem FlorUai IB Chaaeerrv assessed are as follows; was

the auxiliary .groupa accordingto the for all be present; busi Erkkl B. Tallbacka, Plaintiff vs. Certificate No. 38. (j)
as this is day to please Susan Tallbacka, Defendant.Case Year of Issuance 1955.

Division Commander Stafford men to come to their lodge of vital 'importance. Miss- Notice Te No. 10-2223 Description of Property! N% of

Bapp, Jr. President Pauline Marshall Ing. For further meeting 2:30 at the : Susan AppearTo Tallbaeka, whose Foil Dese property S 153 H ft
resIdence of SE% Of BIk 6 S of R 4 W & FLOWERSFor
is asking as many of the may contact Rev. D. every Friday. Joan Jen- and address Is: 37559 Second Fracs S of Elk < S of R,4 W; .

;Unit 314 members to attend as Street Willoughby Ohio being 2 A in, SW Cor of NEU
home or the barber shop. reporter. Ton are hereby notified that a suit of SWI4 In Temples S/B. AD Occasion :

possible. Participants from Unit and North SL, or call 2 ; Baptist Church Rev: for divorce %*. 'A.' W S XV 22 X. See.
314. Starke will include Mrs. L. has been file against yon In the Name In whicn assessed P. D. DISH
held regul- above named Court and CARDED
Summer ProgramThe Strong pastor cause and Reddish.All .
M. Royal Mrs. Sophia Royal and starting you are required to serve a copy of of said
Sunday property being
rvice In
your answer or pleading
summer programs to the I the County of POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY
Ozara Shell unit president. Bradford State
10. We complaint of
and Anderson school are Sunday school at on the Plaintiffs Attorney Florida.
The guest speaker will be Past of faithful Gerald R. Hart. 301 Smith BuildIng Unless such certificate
sway. It appears that that one our Jacksonville 2. Floridaand ficates shall be redeemed or certi-
District Commander Mrs. Grace "Tiney" file the original in tao ofnce according
tendance will hit an all to law the property described in
of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court
William Mitchell of West Palm high, especially when the has been ill, and are hap- or before the 15 day of July on, be such sold certificate to the or certificates will Flowers WiredAnywhere

Beach. He will address the has been completed at Harley'r announce that rfte is well said 1437; otherwise the allegations of the court house highest door on bidder the first at
Complaint will
be taken as
group on Post and Auxiliary Whitamore in Camp road to recovery. A few confessed by you. Monday in month of July, 1957,

Relationships. Lunch will be served We are deeply grateful ago Sister, Long placed a' "his each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishesonce which Dated Is this the 23rd 1st day day of of July May, 1957.195?.

at the recreation center fora Bradford County Board of I ,Can in the church for I ;weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Charles A. Darby Nona St Starke

Tnlna fee. All j I has been re- graph. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
nc | persons are lic Instruction and our ; the can Dated this 6 day of June, 1957. County Florida

asked patronize the ladies of P. Morgan for the We are asking any per- : (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby 5/31 4t 6/21 1IMI

306 by eating lunch. A Scout shown in providing who may know where we Clerk of thA'Circuit Court
I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
charter will be presented ,to I facilities for our boys and i the can to let us know 6/14 4t 7/5

Scoutmaster Allen of Gainesville Principal Anderson has I: it can be turned in to NOTICE! TO APPEAR IMI ALVAREZ' STORE Alen'a C othlng I

by Mr. GuentherScout Executive. -i the small children in Dorothy Alvarez and I IB Circuit Conrt. Bradford Coaaty. Established 1894 Mil
Florida IB Chancery. ,
I swimming. Several are the report of Super
Reva Kirk, Plaintiff, vs. Norman
Camp Coacoochee for Scouts I I intermediate group and : Shell._ _ Kirk, Defendant. Case No. 10-2227 ,
I --
Notice To Appears -" -
.VVVVyyyyyVYYyyyvvvvVYVYLAVTEY weekend guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Riley Dixon Mr. : To: Norman Kirk, whose resi-
dence and address is: Unknown.You .
Shuford and Dave. : Mrs. Edward Massey and are hereby notified that A fdE8E

% Miss Frankie :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffis suit for divorce '
has been filed against you in the
Jacksonville is visiting her son. above named Court and cause and COOL IN ( J

and aunt :Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas you are required to serve a copy of
By Bin. Joyce T. FutchAAAAAALALAALAAAAAAAAAAAA your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Milliard. I I as guests last Sunday Mr.' on the Plaintiff Attorney 7'\: SUMMERS

Leslie Phillips son' of : Mrs. Leonard Harris and Green & Green. Starke, Florida,
and file the original in the office of
J. O. Pons of Tallahassee arrived Mrs. O. J. Phillips, .is in a I of Jacksonville. They: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on' gEtp GREAT;

sonville Convalescent- a picnic at the C. fl. or before the
by bus on Friday eveningto 15 day of July, 1957; our.' HERE THE
spend the weekend with his wish for him a speedy home on Kingsley otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken, as confessed
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. ; -
family at the home of Mr. and by you. 'd' ANSWE.uC47E7
Mrs. Bryant Reddish. Ray Red and family were Sunday : guests of A., M. Blan: This notice shall be published ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I once each week for four consecutive : -
dish of the University of Floridais i were Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin weeks In the Bradford County Tele I

also the guest of his parents. Bennett and family at the I I of Bellglade and :Mrs. graph. '

The Pons returned to their home Farm. Rev. Mills and Love Wilks of Starke. Dated this 11 day of June 1957.
attended the Associational (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby : TNAAiXc/ ;
en) Sunday afternoon. I and Mrs. Nick Pope and Clerk of the Circuit Court 9
Sing at Hampton in the By Marian, L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ;
Friends of Ed Carter will regret j and Mr. and Mrs. Rob' 614.4t, 7/5 : .. _
noon. :Miss Terry and Mrs. :,:. : i;
to learn that he suffered ""'
a of
:Meyers and daughter
: also were at the Sing. I NOTICE OF INTEXTl6x
stroke at his home
on Saturday were weekend guests TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
morning and is a patient in Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ed Carter family. Notice is hereby given that the
and family of Jacksonville : : undersigned, under the provisions;
ford County Hospital. weekend guests of Mr. : : ,and Mrs. Brooks Starling Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florwa
Acts of 1841. will register with the STARKE
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of ] was visiting
D. J. Anders and Billy. Clerk of the Circuit' Court. in and _
Jacksonville were Monday din- Father's Day guests of I Mrs. Nettie Starling on: for Bradford County Florida upon _
ner guests of L. S. Tanner. receipt of proof of publication of '
Mrs. G. W. Roberts were 1 this notice, the fictitious name of : BUILDERS SUPPLIES'
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son and Mrs. Griff Phillips and B &; C Hereford Ranch under whichwe

from Thursday until Saturdaywith and were in Jacksonville on: are engaged in business at Rt.
id, of Starke Mr. 1. Box 1%%, Starke, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham ,- George Roberts and son, to see Leslie, and found One Half interest each Z. O.

in Jacksonville. :Mrs. Joyce of Gainesville. much improved in health. Bass, Jr., Ri1., Box 112, Starke _
Florida and W. Harry Crouse Rt "235?
Futch and Ralph went for her on Miss Helen Sweat of NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1, Pox 112, Starke, Fla.

Saturday afternoon.Mr. is visiting Mrs. Sam Florida Statutes Dated this 31st day of May, A.D.,.
; 1957 at Starke Bradford County,
and :Mrs. Joe Shuford and L :Mr. and :Mrs. Glenn Court of the County Judge Florida. 6/7 4t 6/28
Ceanty, Florida,
family of Stf: Augustine were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Probate.In I NOTICE-TO APPEAR
Estate of Rufus Moore De
re: ,
and daughter of Starke were Saturday ceased. la Circalt Coart Bradford Coaaty;

guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. To All Creditor and Persona Having Florida Ia Chaaeery._
Francis J. Jr
Asip Plaintiff vs.
--. ..- -- 1' J. Phillips. Danny Phillips, fa Said Claim Estates or Demaadi Aralait Carol M. Asip Defendant TRADE-IN ON

visiting his brother, Coleman' and You and each' of you are hereby Settee T. Appears Case No. 10-2219 110
wife in Waldo. notified and required to presentany
\ To: Carol M. Asip. whcse residence
claims and demands which
and address is: 81 lutervale ANY APPLIANCE
Miss Blanchard of
Arthurne{ or' either of you, may have againstthe Street, Rockville Centre New York
Jacksonville spent the weekend estate of Rufus Moore, deceased New York.
toe' late of said County, to the .You are hereby notified tbac a suit
with the A., M. Blanchard family
County Judge of Bradford County,
lalou't, ; for divorce, custody and controlof
and Mrs. Josephine PalmerL Florida, at his office in the court minor children and ratification -
1'Ie Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan house of said County at Starke. of separation agreement
s .. f Florida. within eight calendar I has been .filed against In the I
"ele .-- Starling during the week were I months from the time of the first yon
1\ above named Court and cause and ,.
\ \ Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Starling and publication of this notice. Each I you are required to serve a copy of j
"' \ laim or demand shall be in writ-
..ittt''tnet0" \ family of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. i ng, and shall state the place of I your complaint answer on or the pleading Plaintiff's to 'the

H. T, Markham and family of residence and post office address of Attorney T. Frank Landrum P.

Gainesville. he claimant, and shall be sworn toby O. Box 546, Starke Florida, _
Gt, i the claimant, agent, or attorney
and file the original In tilt office of
Buster Bennett of Titusville and any such claim or demand not
'' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
1.\ -.e'! spent the weekend: with his wife so filed sEunice shall be Moore void., or before the 8 day of July
1957; otherwise the allegation 01
.; and son at -Darle' home: Troy 'As administratrix of the Es- said Compaint will be taken as

Bennett and grandson, Wayne, tate of Rufus Moore deceased. co nfeased by you.
'r J <. ? First publication June 21, 1956. This notice shall be publishedonce
\ visited Mrs. Bennett and'Gary. I
: 6/21 4t ,7/12 each week for four consecutive
Everett Burney of Jacksonville weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. -

i visited' his mother ,Mrs. GeorgiaAnn la NOTICE TO APPEAR .
Cirealt CoHrt. .Bratford Ceaaty
Dated this 4
day of June 1957.
jiA Sapp last Thursday. Florida IB Claaaeery.I (OFFICIAL SEAL) '

Tommy Griffis who is employed I Lucy Norris Gllchrist, Plaintiff vs. Charles A. Darby,
O'Neal Gllchrist, Defendant Clerk of the Circuit Court
'. \ in' Jcaksonville with his wife Case No. 10-2228 By Marian L. crosby Deputy Clerk.
and daughter spent Sunday afternoon Notice To AppearTo 6/7 4t nUt
: O'Neal Gilchrist whose resi-
with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy dence and address is: Unknown. NOTICE OF-APPLICATION

... Donn and Mrs. Sennie Pre- 'You are hereby notified that a FOR TAX DEED
\ vatt suit Rouse Bill No. 1862
for divorce care custody and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Rev. and Mrs. ..W.'L. Mills Sr. control of minor children has that Ann Busch the holder of

of Jacksonville spent Saturday been filed against the following certificates had filed _
you in the above named Court and said certificates for a tax: deed
J4jt evenIlg with the Junior Mills. cause and yon are required to serve, to be issued thereon. The certificate H (

ElEel Mrs. Joyce Futch was attendingto a copy of your answer or pleading numbers and years of issuance, -
It to the complaint on the Plaintiff the
description of the property
IJ t business in Baldwin on FrIday Attorney Joseph K. -1"
lc.&ea. ,, II. Skipper 221 and the names in which It was ,
wi .1t' 4.r, bJ/o lilt 10& 't, ',. afternoon. She stopped by to Florida TitleBuildingJackson- assessed are as follows: '
t'otl r. ville 2, Florida
Certificate No. 43.
"ct 004
: tk'totide, '--_ "lot see Miss Debbie-Phillips in Max-" and file the original the office of I Year of Issuance 1955.?
Po" If.ttt. 1 IIh to tAt yUle on her way home. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Description of Property: Beg 'at :. Model 21D7445U e
11)4 '
/lflll. -rin., tOot.oqtjlJ.1114 1. I. Tuesday was the last day of or before the 22 day of July, SW Cor of NWK of SW% &
'i. .. 1157; otherwise the allegation of run E along U sec line EtO ft
-tr 'lJ. post-planning .for the' teachers. aid Compalnt will be
#(Irlllll # taken aa for POB. N 200 ft E 50 ft S ALL CHANNELS
Mrs. Franpes 'Hamilton, Mrs. confessed by yon. 200 ft to H sec. line W along -
This notice, shall be published % sec line 50 ft to FOB1. Sec
1 2 Doyle .Eubanks and Mrs. Edward once each week for four consecutive %%. ,T. 6 S R 22 B
Beebe are planning to attend weeks.in the Bradford County Tele- Name In which assessed George '

Summer School at the Universityof graph. Griffin.All REGULAR 5339.95
Dated this
IS day of June. 1957. of said property being in
N/ Florida. James Smith and (OFFICIAL SEAL) the County of Bradford. State of
Win .Chart..A.' Darby Florida.
Hugh Ingram ,have charge of
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Unless such certificate or cert!- -
the summerrecreational program .' By Marlon L. Crosby Deputy Clerk flcates shall be.redeemed according :

.: for. our students. A covered: ._- 721 4t 7/12 to law the property described In'

\ j : ; dish luncheon was .lenJow at NOTICE such certificate or certificates will'
sold to the highest bidder at
noon. Upon Motion secona and unani- the court house door on the first
mous vote the Board authorized It*I Monday in month of July 1957, TV
: Cottage meeting
\\ prayer Clerk to Supplement the Fine and Servic.
': : .4c which is the 1st day of July 1957.
held at
:: the homeof Mrs. Sennie' Forfeiture: Fund In the following
manner according to law
Prevatt on Tuesday evening. Rev.
( :=::t L. EattaMte Kxp.aaea FOR DEPENDABLE
P. Rafuse was in charge 01. 121 Fees and Costs of Clerk of Circuit -
4. .
Ii .-:...\el11 the' service. I Court-11.200.00 to 11.500.00
U atlel' ...' 323 Fees and Costs of County
pm.JI&fQllU bu <1i\1. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins had Judge 5500.00 to $9,333.00 Termite ControlS

n Mt : \cbeD. Ln II an4 ns. FACTS prove fOCI as Father's Day guests .Mr. and L .327 torney Cony. Fees County Pros. At- ,' All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

b ...pes Mrs. Horace Cox and Miss Mel L $750.00 to $900.00
\11'he {utntl. COU5\11\\ cook cooler... 329 Other Court Costs an4 Fees
Dinkins of Jacksonville Household a Commercial : Fully Equipped DependableAll
oea\d 100' an. \an1I1'oac\t Mr. and L $750.00 to $1,320.24

"t11t an4 ) ,unll'ort bea to '; 6tt"ut1 Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. Augus-: 32S Fees-and$15.500.00 Coat of to County$27,497.44 SherIff Pert Control Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
ain& tine
'" pi\o\Io' and the Charles Dinkins I: Reserve for Contingencies
\ n& -ElECTRiCALLY! family of Starke. Freddy Dinkins' $265.00 to lULU Grove.8prabegS I

went home with Miss 1 Estimate of Reveaae cad Receipts
SEE roui music RANGE DEALER Npw, visit 1 Dinkins fora 144 Fines and Forfeitures Gall IB. .... '
28000.00 to 45850.00
Billy Waters of Fitzgerald Gao,I /14 2t 2/21 TV '

was a recent peat' Florida Pest Control
of his brother
James and
Q. family. i Notice is hereby given that on
FLORIIA POWER' & LIGHT COMPANY ,:Mrs. Bill Dixon entertained the 24 day of June AJX, 1957. at1I:00,0.clock &: Chemical Co. TV Radio Seat Covers
-, ,Upholstering!
noon. the undersigned I
V,,** with''* family,dinner iD'"honor of 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford B N. ,, litla ... Phone 239 Starke FIa.

her uaband'S! birthday at her County Florida will sell for ft.... S ,
home on Sunday.: Guests Included cash, to the highest and best, bidder T V-s, F1 rUa

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I ... ..1............FYYYYTTTY. -' ,* .as.ff,f.fff.flfflf ROBERT KELLY MAKES

Robert Kelly son ot. Mr. and

CHURCHES By Bin. D. E. Ilia By Mrs.. Carl' Brown.AAAAAA.A.AA.AA&AAAA4AAA Jin*. Lacy NorUl8:1&AAAAiAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. J. R. Kelly of Starke, earned SPEEB1)
e a place on the dean's list at
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_..*.stBTl l Georgia College Douglas,

May Honored 'Mr. and Mrs.. J. B. Silcox of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman and Ga. for the spring quarter, and danger of

With Birthday Party Green Cove Springs spent* Sunday Soil baby and Mrs..Evelyn Mosely all is to be congratulated on a fine stalling! /

: Methodist Church Presbyterian Church Miss Melody' May was honored afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Char Conservation*, of Jacksonville, spent the weekend academic record during his

with a birthday party Thursday lie Gaskins. N-E-W-S; with the L M. Normans. freshman year there. His name

:45-Sunday school for all Friday-Adult choir practice, 8 June 13, at the home of Garlan and Marilyn( Norman of Miss Freda ''Hardee returned appeared on the dean's list for F

.ages. pjn. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Miami were weekend guests of By .BID HaasConservation Sunday afternoon to her home in all three quarters of the school Fp FDl

11-Morning worshIp, "A Sunday-Church school, 9:45; VV. Horne. With "Mickey Mrs. Evelyn' Norman. SoD Service Callahan after visiting her aunt year. ,

Thirsting SouL" Morning worship, "Those Who Mouse" as theme of the party Happy birthdays to Miss SophiaAdkins Miss Maggie. Crews, for several
I 11 a.m. Evening. wor- and Mrs: Evelyn Norman. weeks. TONY AND MAE GONZALEZ
for MYF. Pass By, ; games of "fishpond", and "pin At the laat meeting of the A
6:45-Recreation '
,a MYF. ship service, 8 p.m. at First Meth- the nose on Mickey" were played Both celebrated birthday' anniver- Board<< of Supervisors'they -Jdr.,and Mrs W. c. ,Hardee returned IN PALATKA REVIVALMr. I
for recommended
6:45-"Dine-A-Mite" .
MM tfc.i'i fa, rtif!
saries hat
Church with the Rev. J. E. Tuesday. to
and business odist with Wendy Hill prize-win- din- County Agent's office be : to Callahan Sunday to participate ; '*f MM wh. sat t.y.d pwlas..a
E. C and sons were and t
Sherwood delivering the sermon. Harvey Mrs. Tony Gonzalezare .t .
for the latter.Refreshments the,'polling in Bible School after $Y91 Pus. Tw.V.w
meeting Monday-Saturday The pastor per ner guests of Mr. and Mrs'Reese place for the electionof ..! 1yh) ,e.ka tit 1nehc.'lieu .
8-Union service in.our church. of cake punch, Scott supervisors. The State, Soil spending a week here. singing nightly at the Pencil p..l sp.d.l .N.ri
will serve as instructor at Mont- favorn servedto Sunday. Conservation Our revival closed Baptist Church revival in Pa- 1n.k.r. t., I V it ../ $H,
Hev. J. E. Sherwood of the Chris and candy Henry C. Martin and family of Board has design- Sunday evening i : .l
tian Church will bring the mes gomery Conference Center. 18 guests by Mrs. Betty May. Ashford Ala., spent ,the weekend ated Tuesday, 'July'0,'as the date ands: proved a blessing to latka, June 2030.( This being a Hoffc

Tuesday-Women of church, 8 The party honored Melody's visiting relatives and friends here. for selecting t Supervisory whose everyone ..who attended. Brother previous. engagement since last ,
sage.Our morning worship is broadcast sixth birthday. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. terms will expire- in July 1957 Sweat of Waycross, Ga. broughtthe year, it, was impossible for themto ("

over station, WRGR from p.m.The usual weekly service will be PersonalsMrs. JimmIe Gaskins on the birth of a and to fill other vacancies. This message. take part in the Pine Level .

11:30 until 12 every Sunday morn- suspended because'of, the absenceof Versie Barnes is back in daughter born June 10. will be the second Biennial election Mr. and Mrs. E. W.Dinkins and Baptist Church revival whicn cHalN saw
ing. Hampton with her sister and The North Side Youth Emphasis established under the Soil son Leo of Sanford returned home was scheduled on the same dates -

of pastor. family the Dan Johnson: after revival began Friday night June i Conservation Act as amended by last Monday after a week's visit -

9 Lutheran Services spending the last few monthsin 14, and will continue through June the 1953 Legislature. with friends and relatives here.

St St. Mark's Episcopal, Palatka.Mr. 23 with dinner on the grounds Sun- Mr. and 'Mrs. !ot L. Thompsonof REVIVAL K. i: J. GARAGE,
122. E. Washington .* and Mrs. Jack Parker and day. Everyone is invited to at- Jacksonville visited the Lacey I
Rev. Raymond ui:. MftfP'Mn and Mr. Lucian Hazen and Rufus Al- Normans afternoon.Mrs. Revival services will begin
Regular services will be held children of Flint Mich., tend. Brother Merle Packham is Sunday Yt Mile South on U.S. 391
at.'7:30 Sunday evening, at our Services at St. Mark's Episcopal and Mrs. Vasco Busey and children the.'evangelist and services" begin varez used the District's seeder Janette Griffis of Jackson- Monday,.July 1, at Bethel Baptist Phone 474-R
t location 122 E. Washington. Church will be as follows: of Valdosta, Ga., were vis- .' at 8 p.m. 'i cultipacker. Lucian planted Pen- ville is spending a week with Church. Evangelist wlll,be
new Walnut Street) Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church itors in Hampton with the Her- Mr. and Mrs., P. B. Johns and sacola Bahia for permanent pas-' friends and relatives hare. I Rev. W. C. Carter of Jackson Starke, Florida

Street (near lectures will be School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.pjn. shel Parkers last weekend.Mr. grandson, Gregory ,Alvarez, spent ture and Rufus used it to plant Mr 'and Mrs. t.;.. 'M. Norman 1

A series or the month of June, Y. P. S. L and Mra 'Ellis Campbellof Friday in Jacksonville with their Giant Striata Crotalaria for tem- were in Jacksonville Saturday on ville.Song services will begin at JI

p given during being, "The Lutheran Wednesday: ,7ae pjn Litany Washington D. C., left for son. Azure Johns, and family.' porary grazing and land building business. 7:30: p. m. and preaching at 8 I

subject Church and The Bible." Don't and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir home last weekend after a two- Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Norman and crop. Rufus used about 10 Mrs. Zettie Padgett spent Sat- p. m.

..misa these interesting discus- Practice. weeks' visit here with Mrs. ,son. Ronnie, visited Mrs. Norman's pounds of crotalaria to the acre. urday in Baldwin with the Edwin Sunday, July 7, will be home,
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Campbell's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. I mother, Mrs. Lee Johns of Jack- Giant Striata Crotalaria is be- Knights. coming with dinner on the

sions.The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt, pastor 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. B' Prevatt. While here, the sonville Friday. ing used more and more in this Billy Mart and his nephew' Roger grounds. Bradford-Union SingIng -
Lutheran Churchof awaits everyone. Campbells drove to St. Augu- Anita and Whip Recine, Sarah area for cover and grazing crop. Young of Mims are spending a Association will sing.
t -of Gainesville The will conduct the stine and Silver Springs. and Billy Walker, and Mae 'and It will grow on a wide range of few days with the Lacey Normans. Everyone cordially ,invited .to
St. Edward's Church SP-3 Clarence W. Melton is Sam Bonvisoto ,of Jacksonvillewere soils and produce a large amountof One of the little girls of theL. attend. ---- 3
services.All weekend guests of the L. N. Normans burned.
without a home back in the U. S. after serving organic material. was badly

persons Invited to attend. I Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. with the army in Korea, accord- McDaniel family. Winfrd Wilkinson of Jack- UNION SERVICES
church are Glad little Leon Sapp is better sonville, Charleen of Jacksonvilleand
Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and ing to word received by his parents A complete roil and water con-
after being in the hospital from Marrhee Bell of Maxville attended -
,HIGHLAND 8:30: a. m.Children's. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Meltonof servation farm delivered Union Services will be held in
plan was -
Tuesday until Thursday. church here .
; Sunday.Rev.
III BAPTIST CHURCH Catechism Class each Hampton. He is to be stationed to W. G. McCrossin of Hamp- Chism of Moniac the First Methodist Church Sun-
) George
School 9:45 a. m. Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. in Arizona, where his wife, .. .. ton. Broderick, who is most day oveiung at 8 o'clock. Rev. J.
Sunday V .................... doing. preached Sunday in the church.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Keystone Heights who has been living with her of the farming, plans to use Pen- His family attended the service. E. Sherwood will deliver the
Meeting each (At St. William's Chapel) in McLane, Va., will join LONG BRIDGE message.
: 7:30 p. m. Prayer family sacola Bahia for his pasture Miss Maggie Crews was Sun-
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St.WllUam's .
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. him.Mr AND NEW RIVER grass. He Is' using Giant'Stri day dinner guests of the MarionCrewses' ASK !
George Chism pastor. Everybody Sign.) : and Mrs. Charles Hilde- ata Crotalaria in the pecan groveto in Lawtey. PINE LEVEL REVIVALThe

welcome. I Sunday 'Mass 8 a. m. brE nd and hid mother Mrs. Ma- improve .the organic materialin Bible school closed Friday afternoon CHARLEY E. JOHNS &: SON
Bin. E. A. !
Sappuuu.w.aaa..uu. revival at the Pine Level
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. of Santa Fe ,
rie Zentmyer the soil. after
enjoying a good
KINGSLCY LAKE Confessions before all Masses. moved into the farm .home recently .. attendance. Baptist Church will close Sunday about this question:
the H. F. night. A basket dinner will be
BAPTIST vacated by '
,> MISSIONARY I would like to correct a mis,
Morn- HAMPTON Our community was saddened A complete farm plan was delivered held on the grounds after the
9:45 tun.
Sunday School : Joneses. take made last week. Freda Har
Evening CHRISTIAN CHURCH and Debbie Hill by the death of Mrs. Pearl to Philip Martineau. He : morning service Sunday. "Motor boating and water
ins Worship ill a.m. Misses Wendy dee, Rosie May Austin and Larry
Service 7:30 p.M. Prayer Meetinf Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. were overnight visitors Friday Crews of Fort Myers last wed- states that he is going to stick Norman graduated from the 9th skiing are here again. We
.' m. Bible Study, Wednesday, and nesday. She was a native of with Pensacola Bahia for his pas-
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every night at the home of Mr. grade at Lawtey Junior High She Didn't Want want our outboard motor? and
H. H. Mott 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- in Gaines- Bradford County and had lived tures. Says he can make seed hay ,
one welcome.-Rev. Mrs. E. P. Christie School instead of the 8th gradeas boat to be protected against
ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, here I until the last few years. and get a lot of grazing from To Go To Jail .
pastor. 7:30 Bible School, 10 a. m. ville. fire, wind and theft. We also
p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Silcox of She is survived by her husband Pensacola Bahia. Don't forget church and.Sun. I II
Deputy Sheriff D. R. Redding I need liability insurance in
i CHURCH OF CHRIST Heilbronn were Sunday visitors arid family and a host of rela- --, day school Sunday. Come worship

C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythand tives and friends who will miss R. C. Dampier used the District I with us and bring someone with arrested a Jacksonville womanon case we injure someone or

\ Sunday Sunday School, 10a. Comer Call & Christian Streets I Mrs. Ina Knight in HamPton her greatly. Funeral services weed chopper to chop the I you and you will always receive a drunk charge at a truck damage property. Does a
J. E. Sherwood, Pastor i stop on south U. S. 301 recentlybut
held at in
m.t morning service, 11 a. m., were graveside Sapp weeds in his and a blessing. Homeowner Policy include
pecan grove to
Sunday School-10 a. m.Lord's before he was able
evening service, 6:30 p. m. Leaston H. Forsyth, who is Cemetery last Friday afternoon. Our thought for the week: family liability insurance and
Supper-11:15 a. m. Ga.Epent and .Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. Let get very far toward the jail with
Wednesday Bible study, 7:30 stationed at Augusta, Mr. your light so shine that others -
Preaching sen-ices-11:20. a. m. new ; I her she opened the door and I I broad coverage for boats and
p.m. and 7 last weekend in Hamptonwith I and two sons visited last weekend YYYYYYYYYYYY'PINE .........., may see Jesus in you. out. "
Radio Program Station p. m. his wife and daughter, and I with their parents, the Nelson leaped motors? (
Choir m. Moore,
Junior practice-d Newford
p. The woman,
WRGR, Sunday, 8:309 a. m., Wednesday. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Dekles, in Jacksonville.. LEVEL VvvvvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyRtSIN.G taken to Bradford County
the month, "The We welcome Mr. and Mrs. was
Subject for Ladies Council meets first and Joe Forsyth. Hospital and treated for, abrasions -
Bible." and Mrs. Gordon West George Black of Newberry who Charley E Johns&SonAgency
third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. I and bruises on various
Miami are have moved'their trailer toMoody's by Mr. !I. McKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
NORTH SIDE"BAPTIST :JT" .Everybody invited ,to all ser-.i and children of. vacation ,here'this Trailer Park -andare- f_. ':, s parts of' her body, then takenon
week's I
spending a .
vices. By )In. Gordon Jones to jaiL-
CHURCH week with his mother, Mrs. going to live with us a while. guilty before i
She pleaded
CHURCH OF GOD T. F. Brown. Visiting Friday Mrs. BlacK is a nurse and'is 'The revival meeting' at Pine f1AWAMr A ..i AAA.. .. and
10 Morn- Judge T. A. Yawn
School, a. m.
Sunday! her nephew at Bradford Hos Level Baptist Church, conductedby
was now working
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- with Mrs. Borwn Brad- and Mrs. Don and Mrs. Harington and setenced to pay a $25 fine, and
Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Tommy Topliffe of pital.Mr. Evangelist family have had relatives via't- $23.15 in costs or spend 30 daysin Phone 13 Starke, FI&
Service, 7:45 m. YPE enton. and Mrs. W, N. Johns of Chenoweth of Tampa, will close
ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Evening p. ing from Gainesville.Mr. Jail.
E. D. Allen and Alachua were Sunday dinner Sunday with dinner on the
7:45 Mrs.
m and
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone I Service Wednesday, p. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas -
I I for several of Mr. and Mrs. Lester grounds. Everyone is urged to
m.I guests
Meeting Friday, 7:15 p. had as guests
welcome.- E. C. Harvey, .pastor Prayer family and son, and Wayne Stalnaker -
and :Mrs.: J. Johns. attend.
LAWICT week Mr.
days last of Brooker visited. the E. C. That's Our Business
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn B. Godbold of Tulsa, Okla., Mr. Weekend guests of the Fernie The H. M. McRaes enjoyed a Lewises Sunday. s s

CHURCH ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- and Mr* J. A. Cantrell of Clare- Moodys were Mr. and Mrs. 'John visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones If It's Glass We Have Itl!

ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. more, Okla, and Carl Ward for Moody and family. of Jackson- Crawford and family last Sun- and Carolyn and Mr. and Mrs. 5 CALL WRITE or VISIT
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning merly from Claremore and now ville'Donald day with dinner spread on a Thurman Jones spent the week-
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange- BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH stationed at Cecil Field, Jack Adkins of Dundee was large table on the lawn. end
with Mr. and Mm Edward Joe Peters
listic services, 7:30: p. m. Rev. C. Bruce Stallings pastor sonville. Mrs. Godbold is a sisterof I. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Visitors 'of the H. M. McRaes Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Her- Glass Co.

Wednesday Prayer Meeting Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn- Mrs. Allen. Moody last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. last week were Mrs. Robert E. bert Norman and family of

7:30 p. m. ing worship: 11 a. m.; training Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade Clarence Adkins of Sarasotawere Taylor and children of Olustee, Lady Lake. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

union 7 p. m.; evening worship moved Saturday from Columbia guests of the Moodys on Mr. and Mrs. Pass of Miami ana Mrs. Paul Faulkner and son We Design Modem Store Fronts

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8 p. m.Wednesday. S. C. to stay in Hampton with Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and and Mrs. E. C. Lewis were visit- Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Rev. J. E. Sherwood. Pastor I -Hour of Prayer, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jessie Lazenby of Home- son Billy. Kathy Myrick returned ing' Mrs. Woodrow Thomas in Table Tops
Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morn- 8 stead is visiting Fonie Crews home after few
.m. Slade. spending a '
Brooker last week. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353
Ing Worship, 11 a.. m. Youth Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke, and her mother, Mrs. Rhoda days ,with her cousin Charlene Eugene and Julius Jones are ,

Church, 6:30 'p. m. All young. HEILBRONN MISSIONARY Mrs. J. J. Barnnen Raleigh Dowling, for a few days. Mr. Taylor at, Olustee. spending two weeks with their
people Invited. BAPTIST CHURCH Brannen and Mm T. F. Brown, and Mrs. A. L. Turner of Ocala Miss
Thorn s of Brooker grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Edward -
t Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn all of Hampton drove to Largo are with them for this week. is I -- -
spending this week with Norrrtan of Lady Lake. .
HIWAY. 'CflAPEL ing Worship. 11 a. m. Evening Friday to visit their aunt, Mrs. We regret to learn of the illness Miss Yvonne Conner.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training W. S. Futch. of Mrs. Jay Moody who'is RAUM'STV
E. A. Lewis, Pastor Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid. Mr. and :Mrs. W. W. Hammondand I in Doctors Hospital for surgery. Mr. and,Mrs. Marion Johnson At The TabernacleDuring

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning week Prayer Meeting,. Wednesdays daughter, Mrs. Leaston For- Mrs. Elva Abernathy of Tam- were among several who went

Worship, 11 ,a. m. Evangelistic 7:30 p. m. syth and daughter. Delayne, pa, and Mr. and Mrs. Ragan, fishing at the canal between these warm days thoa & RADIO SERVICE

Service, 7:45 p. m, Thursday were Thursday night dinner Pace of Ft. Myers were visiting Rowell and Sampson lakes Tuesday attending the services of the

weekly prayer service. InVitation ;' LAWTEY CHURCH OF ,CHRIST guests of their son and his wife, the E. A. Sapps last Sunday.Mr. of last week. They also Fundamental Gospel Tabernacle, 228 S. \ alnot St. Starke, Florida

extended to eve#'one. 34 (presently meeting In,City Hall) Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hammond and Mrs. Barney Moodyof killed a moccasin and one man find it a delightfully: cool place in

Sunday-Bible study, 10 a.m., on Crystal Lake. The occasion Lake Wales visited Mrs. 'Emily fell from the tressle into the which to study the Biblepnedi-

CHURCH OF JESUS;CIHU$ worship, .11 a. m.EveningYoUng. war, the birthday of Mrs. and Mrs. Ida Moody Satur- water. Mr. ,Barefoot of Starke tate. and find fellowship with PHONE 509

LATTER DAY SAINTS"Services : people's Bible W. W. Hammond., Mr and Mrs. day and Sunday. was pulling- hyacinths out of the Christian friends. '

each Sunday In old study, 7; preaching, 7:30. John Hammond were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson and canal and helped the .man out. Prophetic messages are brought

Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p night supper guests of his parents mother, Mrs. Minnie Granger, Mr. Johnson has two new cal from time to time by the Sponsor LATEST SCIENTIFIC TEST EQUIPMENT
School Va. m. Sacrament > m. with Mrs. ves on his farm,'a Guernsey anda and others and the Tabernacle
in Hampton., spent last
Service 6-.30 p. m. Everyone welt Radio ProgramStation Mrs. George Stover of Gaines- Vonda Anderson in DelandMr. Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson group finds them very ,profitablefor INSURES ACCURATE REPAIRS AT

come. WRGR. Monday. 6:30: a. m. last of also run a chicken farm ana instruction and doctrine.
ville spent Thursday of and Mrs. Pete Sapp Sensible Prices
have lots of
= I week in Hampton with Mr. and Palatka spent Friday night eggs. -
Arley McRae, son of Mr. and YOU'LL LOVE'the new,EateP
Mrs. Bob Parrish. through Sunday with their parents "
visit- Mrs. J. W. McRae, arrived home brook prose-size fountain pens if Results Not Excuses
Mm John Blackman Is Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp.
several Sunday for a short visit He is pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ing in Gainesville for
taking flight training Arizona. County Telegraph., ...
days with her son-in-law and Layfield. Mrs. Jernigan is a sis L ..

STARKE FLA. daughter, Mr./ and Mrs. Jake ter of bars Brannen and daughter
Rowell. of Mrs. Layfield.

Weekend visitors 'at the home Mrs., Mamie Waters of Ala-

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor of Mr., and Mrs. Wm. Varnes'chua, Long Roberts and Mrs.
were their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mae Touchton of Bell were Sun- Madison Street Church
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Varnes and children of South day guer s of the M. L. Walter- Baptist

Phones Office 234.- Pastorium. 130Sunday Carolina. sons, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Byrantof

1. Sunday i-isitors at the, Raleigh I Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs.

Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Brannen home were Mr. and Frederick Watterson of Stark' (Presently Meeting In Starke Elementary School Cafeteria)
Mrs. Earl Blount of Tampa, Mr. were also Hampton visitors that
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. and airs C. H. Jernigan of day.Mr. ANNOUNCESA

Clearwater spent from Thursdayto and Mrs. Avory Slade and
Midweek Service Wednesday,' 7:30 P.M. Saturday in Hampton with children moved last weekend to ;

the Brannens and Mrs. Nora their former home in Hampton. I
Service at
Hear the Sunday Morning over
They have been living in Max-
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. GRAHAM ville for the last several months. ; ,
BAPTIST "CHURCH Weekend guesl"at the J. J. '

..,..- Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning Brannen home ,near Hamptonwere t JUNE 23 27 8:00: P.M.

Worship, 11 a. m Training Dennis Brannen of Lakeland + w t4. $ ; J
Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship his nephew, Denny, of Ft. i

7:30 p. m.- Rev. W. 0 Myers and Miss Jessie Mae V

I PROTECT your DRIVER'S licenseBUY Collins, Sr., pastor.SEVE.'UI. Brannen of Bartow.. Sunday 'visitors _! EVANGELIST REV. J. H. MABRY, JR.

at the Brannen' were Preston -

DAY Nettles of Lake Butler, anu .;,x Of Sterling, Kansas
ADVENTIST CHURCH Mrs., Drew Addison and her sister -

I Services each Sabbath In the of Jacksonville.Don _

LOW COST LIABILITY'INSURANCE home of S. N. Brown across from McMahon of Bradenton ,

Bethel Baptist Church ,east of spent Friday night of last weekin
Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m JIampton s Ith the M L Wat- Inspirational Song Service Each Evening

Bible Study each Wednesday, tersons. ,Mr. and Mrs.M. L. .

Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies' 7:30 p. m.-Arden, :Mote pastor. Watterson'' .and Mrs. .Dot ,Eiland These Soul Stirring 'Services Are. Open to All. Come and
were recent visitors of the
EVERGREEN II in Jacksonville.Mr. ... Bring The Children. .
Frank Hardens REV. J., H. MARRY, JR. ,

Sunday School 10 a.'m. Preach, and family of Dundee visited! the -
136 W. Call Street Phone 2$5 ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 I }[. L. Wattersons and other 'I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord.' Psalms: 122:1.:

p. m. Preaching 7:3Q p. m. Prayei I I friends in Hampton on Monday '

I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -, of last week. .

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Market hogged off In Floridaand if the Pearl Kells, Rt. 1, Friendsville. Pa. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Visit Mines Boot StealingAttempt Melons Begin Trek To I You are required to appear oa Charles A. Darby.As .
Touring Students .1 nuts are supplemented with calcium June 3, 1957 in the above Clerk of said Court

.. .." ., ., salt and certain vitamins, named Court and cause, wherein By Marlon L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
'-' plaintiff seeks divorce, custody Charles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life
FoiledAt .
0 make the
( '; '. c.. .. they pigs grow fast. control.and support of minor child- Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida.
"-r :\f.:" '-T .'_ Peaunts have more total digest- ren,' and alimony. Attys for Plf. 5/3 4t 5/24

LakeThieves & :'T'S .. ;'" ible nutrients than any other Bradford County Telegraph shall -

Brooklyn : ,,, : S.. {, 'r feed. Dr. Combs says., The oil weekly publish Issues.this Order In- ,next four IB the Circuit Cot of Eighth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, IB
content runs from 40 to 50 per- Witness my hand and official and For Bradford County.
,. at Brooklyn Lake seal at Starke. Florida, this 29th IB CluaHr,..
cent and they are low in fiber.
day of April. 1957.
Samuel J. Ferrara. Plaintiff vs.
were evidently planning go The nuta are a high protein feed I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Barbara Shaver Ferrara. Defendant
.4I into boat, stealing in a big way : Charles A. Darby. NOTICE TO DEFEND I _
and are platable Clerk of the Circuit Court
p early Sunday morning until S By Marion L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk To Barbara Shaver Ferrara __
,. were interruptedby Chas. R. Hess, 04-05 Guaranty Life whose address is: Unknown.You. -
their operations v
; :T' : f14r In The County .J..I;.'. Court la Building. Jacksonville Fin Barbara Shaver Ferrar& are
a lake reslden.The Bad For Bradford Coaaty, Florida.I Attys for P1!. 5/3 4t 5/24 hereby notified that a Complaint _
thieves had taken four Probate for Divorce has been filed against
you by your husband. Samuel J,
boats and two motors from the IN RE: Estate of I. Circuit CoBrt. Bradford County, Ferrara. and you are hereby required
Guy McKinney, deceased. Florida| IB Chancery. to serve a of
I I and loaded three of the copy your
lake PetltloB For
Notice f FIU.c
Mabe A. Hillman. Plaintiff, vs. answer on Plaintiffs attorney and
i boats on a truck. They left the Final Discharge of AdmlaUtratorTo Louis A. Hillman, Defendant. file the original answer or other
A the All Whom It May Concern: Case No. 10-2164 pleading in the office of the Clerkof
truck and fled in a car when that I
Notice is hereby given
Order of Publication and Notice to the Circuit Court on or before
resident Carl Carnes, ,investigating TI have filed my final returns as Appear State of Florida T.I June 3, 1957: If you Sail to do so,
the noises on. the lake : mtI Administrator of the estate of Guy Louis A. Hillman whose residence judgment by default will be taken ____
McKinney, deceased; that I bare and address Is: Unknown.You against you for the relief demandedIn
: approached.Two /r filed my petition for final discharge -' are required to appear on the Bill of Complaint.
men and that I will apply to June 3, 1957 in the above Done and Ordered this 1st day
Jacksonvilra were the Honorable Theron A. Yawn. named Court aid cause, wherein of May 1957. at Starke, Florida.
arrested several hours later, 'and Jr.. County Judge of Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce, care and Charles Darby. '
L ,- County, Florida, on June 3. A. D.. custody of minor child. Clerk of Circuit Court
4 charged with the theft attempt, i-'. 1957 for approval of the same and Bradford County Telegraph shall Ey Marion L.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
released under $200 bond for final discharge as Administrator publish this Order
L. and in next four Lewis D. Names; II

Starke was among the points of interest at which this group of 1 I I each. They ,were Robert HodgesJr. Watermelons were moving out of Bradford County In quantities deceased.of the.estate of. Guy. McKinney. weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official Attorney 1431 N.E. for 26th Plaintiff Street

Ugh school boys stopped last week during a summer education tour. and Harry Jiles Jordan. Both last week as evidenced by the Congos being harvested here by N. J. Charles M. SchmittAdministrator seal at Starke. Florida this 29th Ft. Lauderdale. Florida
of the estateof
The boys, science students at Purcell High Sehool In Cincinnati Ohio denied any knowledge of the Davis near Graham. On the day the photo was taken, June IS, Davis Guy McKinney, deceased. day of April. 1957. 5A 4t 5i /%4

are on "vagabond tour" of Florida, riding in the truck shown here, crime. harvested about 2,000In a previous picking he shipped about 1,000 6/10 4t 5/31

mod stopping at points of scientific Interest as well as resort areas. the Carnes thieves said had fled that he after noticed the and hopes to pick about 8,000 from his.25 acres during. the season. IB Ctralt HOTICB Coart.-TO Bradford APPEAR CoBaty.Florida Sell It Rent It Trade

While in Bradford County they were taken on a tour of Humphreys .
IB Cfcaaeery.Frances
the boats in the truck recogn- i

Gold Corp.* Trail Ridge plant. izing one as his own. He notified 12 Pound Bass ..1 Traffic Ticket Damato, Damato. ;.Plaintiff, vs. JOBB

Keystone Police Chief Wal- Defendant.Case No. 10-21S2 TO A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Gainesville Boy Legion To Discuss ter Muhlhofer, who aided by Case ContinuedCharges Notice: .John To AppearTo Damato whose residence

Deputies Bert Christopher, H. B. and address Is: 234 Ellery

Program For Fair Smart and John P. Hall.Jr. apprehended Street, Brooklyn, New York. WORDS OR LESS. One Insertion (Mlalmnm Charge) .':S
R. C. Pee 1:0
\ Dies At Camp the Jacksonville men against ( You are hereby' nottrtftfl tit a I \ ADDITIONAL WORDO\'ERO _______ ____ 4* Per Word
George' Huggins will be in Wee) Dampier arising out of a suit for a divorce care custodyand 20,% DISCOUNT 0\ REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD
the area. control of minor child
I I charge of the program at the after searching John P. parking ticket dispute again baa been. filed against you in the 2Se: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCE
, An 8-year-old Gainesville boy meeting of American Legion Clay ,County Sheriff failed to come up for trail Mon- above named Court and cause and
morning of undetermined the truck was stolen. you are required to e 11"." a oopy' ot
died Wadnesday Hall
being I Post 56 Tuesday night, June 25, sad day and the case was your answer or pleading the CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _______ $IZ Per lach! First laacrtloa

causes after Commander Guy Andrews an- set for Thursday. tentativelY-I complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney $1.00 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED ONE OR 910RE TIMES

stricken while attending summer START LAWN AROUNDNEW .. Dampier is charged with refusing ,William D. Morgan, 507 Clark
nounced last week. Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida
camp at Camp Crystal.The I i HOME NOW FOR to pay a parking meter and file the original in the office otth CARDS OF TH.\.' K Vp To 50 Words) ____ ___ $:.oo

boy, Louis Williamson, Huggins fairs will and report the on meetingof the I FAST' ESTABLISIDIENTSummer fine, resisting arrest. using pro- i,before* rierk thei of the Circuit. Court on or S OVER 50 WORDS ___,.___..__ 4 Oats Pt Word
ent into a faint and was rush- course is the ideal time to fane language on a. public street, 10th day of June, 1957: I-
I to Starke hospital but was state Fair Assns. which he I officer and desI (otherwise the allegations of aid JIEIORULSD: RESOLUTIONS ___... 4 Cent Per Word
a attended recently'.at the Univerryty !- set lawn grass around your new abusing a police 1 Complaint-will be taken as confesi- t C
ead on arrival a health de- I troying city property. led by you.
said. of Florida. home. I I This- notice shall to pu&llahed POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at FOR RENT One and two bed-
artment spokesman Plans will be discussed for Dr. Gene Nutter, turf specialistwith I Gerald Gainey, son of Mr. and :Mayor W. T. Jackson was out I one each week for four consecutive Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. WalnutSt. room furnished apartments. Close
of Bradfordand of and City Council weeks in the Bradford County Tele Also new mowers for Sale. in. Desirable location.
Health authorities Experiment Starke" town Monday W. H.
the annual Bradford County Fair the Florida Agricultural II Mrs. Ralph Gainey .of ; i is ,graph. S Easy payment plan. Pay while N'ollman. 228 W. )! dlson. tfchg
Alachua counties were seek- Chairman T. C. (Cliff) Hazen Dated this 7th of 1357.
day May.
be held on the Legion groundsthis Stations says summer pictured above with a 12-pound you mow. Buy where you ran
to determine to court. (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Drb) get service what buy. FOR 'S.\LE-You
Wednesday afternoon that presided at city on you as .Angus Bulls.
ing All mem- and temperatures pro- black bass he caught recently "
fall, Andrews rains warm Clerk of the Circuit Gout.By tfchg Will sell at beef prices. Phone
the causn of death. bers are urged to attend, par- mote rapid grar.T growth. in a lake near Keystone Hazen released a Georgia man. Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk 285. Doyle E. Conner, Ins, tfchg
who List Your For Sale
deposit Hubert Eugene Westberry, Property
ticularly those on the fair com Prior to planting, remove Heights. la the Circuit Court of the' Third FOR REXT Two bedroom completely .
S intox-
mittee. of plaster, mortar or lime pleaded guilty to public Judicial Circuit of Florida la With furnished house with, car
I constructioncrew. ication on condition the man and For Bradford County. port on N. Walnut Street. Apply
left behind by the 1 Man InjuredAs IB Chancery. STROUT REALTY COMPANY at Coney Island 'Apts. Apt. 2

,These materials make the leave ,town. Walter D. Wood, Plaintiff, TS. ._504_ E. Brownlee. Itp

[pijI.' Double Trouble soil alkaline and cause troubl Forfeiting bonds were Calvin Mabel B. Wood, Defendant. Farm, Home and Business Property
drunkenness last later. Whitfield, Negro, $27, charged I : Mabel B. Wood." 440 'Sequi8 Free Open Listiags Get them now pay as you ride.
LA night's Avenue. Staten Island 9, New York. Ask for our
ISTARKE l need grading with being disorderly and threat STROUT REALTY easy budget terms.
month brought a Hampton Negro The lawn site may I Notice is hereby given that a Lacy Conway Sales and Service,
TUEs.-l trouble. and leveling reminds Dr. Nut was invaded by a caravanof ening a woman with a knife; Complaint for Divorce has been Johnie Hansen, RepresentativeP. Union Pus Station Starke. Fla.

"SUN.TMON.T: double : migrant workers Saturday Davis Aaron Jr., Negro. $21, I filed against you by -the Plaintiffin Box S07 Starke Fla. tfchg
June 23 2-1. 25 I The Negro, A. D. Thomas, received ter. the above styled Court and you 5 miles S. 301 Phone Waldo '
on -
I In sandy soil mixing about three night, leaving one Reno resident fighting; Phillip Griffis $25 are hereby required to serve a MAIL AWAY to friends and rela
DOUBLE FEATURE I a broken' leg when his materialper on the casualty list and 'omfof 'I public intoxication, indecent language copy of your answer and pleadingsupon HObart 8-2831 tf tires complete story of Starke
of organic Centennial
cubic yards 3
to invade a neighbor'shouse A. Williams, TuLbs big issues Bradford
Walt Disney'sThe attempts 1,000 square feet of lawn area the invaders under, $100 bond and disturbing the peace; Building, Melbourne Florida. Attorney I County Telegraph including 43-
was met with a rifle blast. for the Plaintiff and file OP page historical edition.
I concealed
with runninga wrapped
African LionIN growth.It's charged carrying a John Cummings, $12,
And,' Monday County Judge T;A. will promote grass the original answer or pleading In TOP SOIL and mailed to any address, SOc.
TECHNICOLOR I dose a good'idea to test your soil weapon. stop sign, and James Boyd, the office of the Clerk of the Just bring us your mailing list.

Yawn gave Thomas another County The wounded 'man, Chester $12, .running a red light. Circuit Court, Bradford County, --_Bradford County Telegraph.
lime requirements. FILL DIRT
Starke, Florida before
AND sentencing him to pay a $25 on or the
by agents. in cooperation with the Hill,' said that the migrants beat Robert B. Snyder, 72, who 10th day of June, 1957. If you fail FOR SALE Used 811M Movie

Don't Knock The RockWith fine 30 and in$17.70 jail.in costs or spend Florida Agricultural Experiment him and shot at him" the gunfire smashed his new car when he to be do taken so, a against decree you pro for confesso the relief will I ALL TYPESTRACTOR Camera Bell & Brownie Howell $20.!Movie New'8 Camera MM

Bill Haley and His Comets days Sheriff Robert Cox Station, Gainesville, will test the wounding him in the fingers.. i lost control of it trying to parkit demanded in'the Complaint. WORK $3?,95 at Bulllngton's. tfchg!

Deputy Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that last week he forfeited a $50 I Witness my hand' and seal At I I
and Alan Dale Alan Freed free of charge. SEAT
who arrested Thomas on May Starke. Florida, this 6th day of AND for all
Mus Color Cartoon for Children to Follow soil 'test recommendation Hill received cuts and bruises'' allover bond when he failed to, appear May 1957.Charles maker ajjd model autos $%1.9S
\ 13 said the Negro was trying him. 5- | to answer charges of reckless A. Darby. I I Light BulldozingW. and Shepherd's.up. Installation_free at
fertilizer applic-
in making ,
break into his neighbor's house. Jr- Clerk:of Circuit Court :_i tfchs

Ved., Thurs. June 26. 27 When the neighbor came to the ation. Ttoia is usually about 25 The arrested man .was Louis dirving and causing an aCcident. By Marion I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk I L. THIGPEN, JR.Et FOR SALE 8 x i z' 11 Concrete

DOUBLE FEATURE. Thomas attacked him with pounds of 6-6-6 fertilizer per Brown. The sheriff said. that --..;. 5/10 4t 5/31 I 2 Box,245-D Alton Ed.PHQNC Block 17c each. FOB yard. Mortar -

door, feet of area. several witnesses told- UJey IDENTIFY POISON IVY IB ('Ire.It'Coart... Bradford" County Mix Cement.. Sand, Steel and
the neighbor retaliated 1,000 square himl.( :: 2974Starke Aluminum
King Of The Coral an, axe and AND AtVOlD Its PAINS Florida IB Chaacery. Windows. Also ready
Plant the grass by either sod, raw Brown with a pistol though mixed concrete. Pr ad
with the rifle .blast. Mary S. ICons Plaintiff, vsJ: John Fla.' ford Engrlneering -
.L ,528 ; sprigs, plugs ''or seed. Sod gives the lawmen ,were unable to find>r The itch- to do summer v travel Charles, Kells, Defendant. \ Co., Phone 84. \ tfchg

With JChlps: Rafferty and Rod I I I immediate cover, but is it expen one. ,t .. often continues after: you return )rler S. of-PaVHcatioa" Case.No...."Notice 10-Z165 to OUR :TKNTH :AjrjftVEBSARY WILL 'BUILDWarehouse S
cover about one- local said that Appears State of Florida T.' BADlOS'REPAlRED
sive. Grasr, plugs The Negroes
Taylor W.C.T.U.'wily home if you contact poison ivy. John
Kells who resi Hake AU lledela
AND third the space the equivalent the migrants traveling in three Picnic groves, woods and lake dence and address, is: C/o Mrs. Reaaoaahle Charge gvaraateedCHAS.

amount of sprigs will cover. trucks, a bus and three-cars stop; for C. SHEPHERD To Suit Lease. Perfect Location
ABSTAIN ? ? margins are places I I 705 W. Call St. Starke
Ph. 231 I
The Mountain BECAUSE YOU ARE A STEWARD If you decide to seed the area, ped in Reno about dark Saturday ivy, warn. Botanist Erdman West; on R.R., Long Term
of centipede out of the vehicles WRGR FOR SALE T x 35 Binoculars,,
With Spencer Tracy, Robert Wagner OF YOUR UFE. YOUR sow 2 to 3 pounds and piled with the Florida Agricultural lifetime guarantee only $41.50 at Lease.

and Claire Trevor BODY IS NOT YOURS. IT HAS I carpet or bahia seed per 1,000 apparently set on "taking "overthe Experiment Stations. 1196 Bullington's. tfchg Write
I said. Several KO-PHONESGO
IN TECHNICOLOR BEEN LOANED TO YOU. IT square feet. place, the sheriff You will recognize the plant by STARKE 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY- BOX .245, ROUTE 2
Plus Color Cartoon becomes of them jumped on ,
Until the grass
BELONGS TO I its three leaflets at the top of a STONE STATE BANK KEY
RIGHTFULLY FOR keep the soil moist all except Brown escaped.By three, let it Music & News Station STONE HEIGHTS. FLA., MEM Starke, FloridaFOR
BE USED stalk. "Leaves
GOD. in
Fri., Sat. June 28 29 ITS VALUE AND GOD'S I the time the law officers be" is a good rule to follow,in REXT 3-bedroom house
DOUBLE FEATURE HIM. had been called the caravan' had FOR RENT-Five room furnished 302 Lafayette St. Call Jackson
OWNERSHIP MUST NOT BE Recent avoiding a seige of ivy poisoningor apartment. Will accept small ville, Evergreen 8-0083.
already left the Negro settlement, We Do AU The, Work You Do All
Apache Ambush FORGOTTEN. dermatitis.You baby. 62S N. Church St. Phone gtchg 6(2!
THEREFORE and Mrs. Laurice Clemons the sheriff said, but were stopped make contact The REST The Perry Van Show 175W. Apply 518 N. Church St.
YOU most often Used 17"
and T.V.
"I New
tfchgJUST Guaran-
Starring Bill Williams
BRETHREN BY TIlE Jr. of Brooker announce the birthof on the highway with the plant to get poisoned. 12S5-4:00 P.- M. Daily. tee. Chas. C. Shepherd's tfchg
AND June 13 at the Bradford PUBLISHED: "Hell's Branch
OF GOD THAT YE a can incur a severe Office See New Scott.Atwater
MERCIES However, you story of the Choctaw Indians Outboard
The Wings Of Eagles PRESENT YOUR BODIES A County HospitaLS Voiture Officers case by walking through rrooke Monday thru Friday In Florida. Written by Motors at Shepherd's. Itchg
Horace of
With John Wayne, Dan Dalley..and liVING SCRlnCE.1IOLLY Are Installed Here from ivy leaves or stems, says 6:00 Sign on, and News For sale at Ridaught Branford County Citra. FOR SALE-Red and Cooper skin
UNTO GOD". 6:05 The Clockwatcher Telegraph. S5.00. tf Sweet Potato Vines. W. C. Con-
Maureen ACCEPTABLE Clean Cotton Rags, West.
O'Hara WANTED Mr. ner.Rt. 2, Starke.
rtns Serial Chap. 9 and Color (ROMANS 12:1)) No Pants, No Shirts Must Be Newly elected officers of A shower, along .with strong I 6:30: Mark- Lee ;ftaulerson (Mon- FOR REST Fully furnished 4tchsr

., Cartoon (Mrs. May Nehls) Clean. Bradford County Tele- fun-making after contacting an ivy day and Tuesdays only) Apartment with gas, electric and FOR RENT-Three bedroom furnished
Voiture 1388, the soap. of 6:45 The Clockwatcher hot water supplied. Inquire at house. Vacant.July 1, cor.
(IN NATIONAL VOICE) graph. society of the American Legion, plant often prevents a case Rfl4 E. Brownlee. its Christian and Pratt St. Phone
baking aoda pasteor 7:00 First News of The World Mrs. Mundorff fl8 tfch*
.. were installed last Thursday dermatitis. A FOR SALE-8% gallon Electric -
night at a meeting in Starke: a preparation from the drugstore Roundup Water Heater. Two elements. WANTED-Lawns to mow. Call
S usually allay the itch 7:15 The Clockwatcher Good Condition. See at Gay's Padgett. Phone 89.
includes members will
7:20 Bulletin Board Of Air Home Appliance. tfchg
with the poison"blisters.1' The FOR SALE-6
Alachua Union Gilchrlst that goes along room with
from 7:30 Weather Around The Na- WAITRESSES WANTED yearsor I bath enclosed porch, partly fur-
and Bradford counties.H. tion I over. El Rancho Restaurant. nished on 2% acres. 1 mile from
t. Bishop Jr. was Severe cases of dermatitis are 2tp 6/21 City Limits, near 301. Price
A. (Buddy)
of ,a phy- 7:35 The Clockwatcher 6500. .!;mall down payment .
///4. elected Chef de Gare to head serious and the services World, National' State and $100.00 FOR YOUR TV in trade on terms tt!'" suit you. E. R. Hammond -
Of' the organization with Al Crosby sician should be secured. Exten- 7:50 21 inch Motorola Lowboy at P. .b.. Box 1107 Starke.
: from ivy and related Sporta News Dahmers. tfchg 2tp 6/21
Others from
as correspondent sive poisoning '
8:05 The Clockwatcher S
Starke elected to offices were plants have been fatal, Radio FOR SALE-one 21% qt. Pressure BRADFORD COUNTYREAL
8:45: Chapel (Ministerial cooker, -lnch aluminum. Almost ESTATE
Ray Stone, Conductor; John warns Mr. West. Association) new. Very reasonable. 651 -
Guarde la Porte; A. Y. S E. South St. Phone 60. Itp a 3/4 acre of land 890 feet oa I'
Grew GROWING PEGS 9:00 Five minute summary of S. 301. Just South of Lawtey for
Covington Medicin. FEED News SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS ale at a price that you can affordto
I The organization rotates its PEANUTS AND STILL $2,000.00. Convenient terms. Guy 'pay. Thin Mill make you ....,.
9:05 The Chatterbox with
"PRODUCE. HARD PORK Betty Andrews, phone 383 or 379-W. la less baa a year.
various towns
meetings among Gray 4tchg 7/12

meeting on the second Thursday hogs'peanuts doesn'tnecessarily J 10:00: Cedric Adams ,Show 198 acre farm I. Brooker utrtlea.ThU .
Feeding THREE MEVS SUITS three pieces, U aero crop land and you
( night in each month. mean the fanner WUl 10.30 Music For The Missus Stouts for Sale. Slightly used.\aunt see It. Sale price I* marked
I members send I William Norris. 384 N. way dowa.Beaatlfal ,
Each year the have soft-fleshed animals, an animal 11:00 Five minute summary of "" Cherry HD St.

a tiby to Boys State, rotating scientist at the Florida Agri- Newa Klagsley Lake. home,
This : B.R. Home lance lot. substantial hoa* dork
the counties. year loaded with eloititspare.
11:05 Music For The Missus
< among Good cultural Experiment Station mys. Bailt for comfortable IIInjc '- and pavilion, hoatehold faraltarr.
\x \ the Voiture sponsored Dan limiting the amount of time 11:30 Farm Roundup with large bed r..... spacious Priced reasonably with moderate
from Newberry. The next regular -, By : firm pork 12:00 Public Service living ro .. Tiled IB kitchen and ..". fmjmtmt and long terma oa
fed peanuts! .alaare.New .
porkers are hath. Garage .U...... Priced
meeting will ba in New- be producedfrom this feed, 12:15 Second News of The World right with good tcrata.
Smith Corona can home select neighborhood,
., : berry on July 11. t reports Dr. G. E. Combs:Tests Roundup 40 A. OB highway 100 West ,with .posing city tliltiea. Down ,a,-

at the Station show that by 12:30 Weather Around The Na % .lle fr..t.... This reald become meat to GI $ 1:5.oe. to others $1,-
Bilghty valuable 850.00 long term fmjmtmt ylaa OB
WORLD'S FIRST AND FASTEST PORTABLE WANTED.- Clean Cotton Bags reeding peanuts just in the per- tion property. halaace.Hear .

No Shirts Must Be iod before the pigs reach 85 12:35 The Perry Van Show 100 A. Farm that la real close la.
No Pants
I : ,
Balletla Board of the Air, OBHRGR.
CHOICE OF 4 MODELS 5 ,DECORATOR COLORS1 Tele- can be produced. 1:00 Five minute, summary of ThU IK already act up to pay itaOMB I .
Clean. Bradford County : pounds, solid pork way If IB the Market, laTcntlgate. -: Starke Radio Station, 1490
of peanuts Is News OB your dIal each week day 7t30
graph. A large acreage !
A.M. bead
year aaaoaavemrata to
1:05 The Perry Van Show
16 A. OB Paved road Station, this la a public service to
and only Smllr
2:00 Five minute summary ofNews oat gel $.17.50 per A. the ('.....lty. .No obligation oa
your part.
SILENT-SUPER STERLING CLIPPER SKYRITER Very large and nice apartMent for
2:05 The Perry Van Show ....t. 5 BI&... to Peat Office. FLORIDA REALTY CO.

137.27 121.37 105.47 79.10 3:00 Five News minute summary of O,cr 400 A. IB Improved pasture OF STARKE eGay

and tiuLberisad. .''et too far oat ( Aadrevca. "". B. Sewell
3:05 The Perry Van Show of .."'.. A. J. Thomas)
Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax 4:00 Five minute of 11. X. \\'. ... St. P.... 383
summary I hair other home for *.!*. Alfilf Stark*. Fla.
News building iota acreage and I
I .:05 At Your Request (arm*.. If iu t. bay or sell see .... WANTED-Experienced Waitresses.
Garden ltchg

This year, give that boy or girl Graduate the practical gift that will 6:00; (WRGR.World and News National Parade WALL REALTY CITY LOTS-High and Dry, 50 x 200

in and for to ) REGISTERED BROKER ft. $400.00 Cash or terms. Phone
the maximum pleasure appreciation come.
bring years 6:10 W RGR News Parade Box: 466 Phone 4&7-J 424-J. 2tp t/23

Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters are designed and built to offer I
maximum value in terms of performance, dependability, and long' life, 6:20 W R G R News Parade FOR RENT t bedroom unfurnished Books, dishes clothing. records.
\ house, t large porches. 427 four drawer expansion file mix
and are available to suit any purse and any purpose. Stop by today and (Sports and Weather) N. Polk St. phone 196-W or writeP. master. 607 Alton Ed. or call
6:30 Revolving 'Bandstand O. Box 1140. Itchg 340W. Itp
see our complete line. ).. .
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News and Music
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FOR RENT or SALE-20 acre FOR SALE-1U. Ford.6 pickup.One
; "'. < ) Farm.3 bedroom house. Electric owner. Like new. Make me
8:00 S Sign Off cooking bath $25.00 monthly. an offer. A. C. ,Slade Hampton.
/<- Contact Ruby Gaynoe Anthony, lip
Terms To Suit Your Convenience Saturday Fla.. phone MA 91242. tfchg
Arranged Same schedule as above except FOR SALE-Two glass show cases.
FOR RENT-Furnished cottage. Reasonable. See -at Florida Real
1 to 6 p. m. Road Show Located at 558 W. Call St. Phone ty Co., formerly Ronnie-Bonnie
Sunday I1J-J. Itchg Phone 409-J. Itchg

7:30 Sign On Religious programs FOR RENT-3.bedroom unfurnished FOR SALE-Hunter-Zephair Win-

until 1:00 n. m '_ M" house Conveniently located. dow Fan. Good condition. Phone
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Tall 47J-W. tfchg 409-J. Itcbg
SOPHIA:ADKINS (LEFT. ), WlER5ot: Station,IVBGR's flnfc-Wby 1:00. to 6:00 p. m. The Sun-I
._ \ I Like WRGR" contest is presented a 'radio as her prize by Betty helpers bus boy and porter. Apply bedrooms, masonry construction.
% Gray who conducts 6:00 to 8:00 p. m. See Sched- Mr. Merrill. Gold House Restaurant Price ",800. M. .1'. El land. Box
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