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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 28, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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e VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1957
NUMBER ONE

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Jt; Dampier Fails To AppearFor .'.. 1. State Aid ProgramFor

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parking ticket dispute case ,past postponements-t.. there, .may j Land Fill OKdCouncil
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: against R. C. (Pee Wee) Dampiercame 'have been some, contusion in !

to a close Monday withoutan i Dampier's mind about the time of ..

expected Mayor's Court con- I the case, though the attorney said -- Adopts Plan As Means
flict when the defendant failed to i he had advised Dampier of the

appear. proper time. '. .. Of Establishing Sanitary Dump 1

Mayor W. T. Jackson orderedthe I A request from Futch' for another ,

$100 bond estreated which I continuance was turned
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Dampier had posted. 'down by the mayor. '"' a special' meeting Tuesday night

Dampier was charged on May I, "In view of all of the postpone y tackled the problem of what to do about the new city dump

If. with refusing to pay a park- ments, I don't see how it would '-. and voted to participate in the State Health Dept.'s
Boys staters' Lonzo Kirkland (center) and Mike Goldwire (right) ing meter fine, resisting arrest, :be fair to all of the witnesses and gram under which a pro-

receive some pointers on :state government; as Rep. Doyle Conner, using profane language on a pub- I people involved' to grant anotherone al will be created and sanitary fill system for garbage dispos
lic street, abusing a ," the mayor said I maintained as part of a
police officer mosquito
1957 Speaker the ,House; shows them how to use the House Jour- % .. ,,- control --
and destroying' city -property. The : Dampier came:.in after the at- project.
nal. Como'_and Mike left Sunday to participate in the week-long case had been postponed, every .torneys had, left and the court .& Whether or not the work on for County to simplify the administration -

Boys State In Tallahassee. They are sponsored by the Starke Amer- week since the charges were madeto cession was nearly at amend and making the site of the new dump of the program in

ican Legion'Post 56 and the Starke Rotary Club. Lonzo was electedto give the defense an opportunity I was advised by the ,mayor of the _.....-- ..' --"---v.a. ---- ...... sanitary can begin before legal counties in which a large number

be a member of the House of Representatives in balloting Tuesday. to obtain a court reporter. action that had been taken. action is brought against the of cities are participating.
) Monday afternoon when Mayor's Dampier said he had been work- OFFICERS STUDY TRAINING PLANS. Looking,over the shoulderof city is not certain. Starting Date?

MOSQUITOESMAKE Court opened at 4,p-m. Futch was 'ing at his farm and forgotten :Capt. Randal Chitty, p>>. C commander are (l-r) CWO John I The Council briefly considered Mulrennan declined to give a

Registering Date on hand with the court stenogra- I.about the trial until it was already Stephens. Lt. Joseph Mulling Lt. Joseph G. Wood,'Lt. Billy Dansby the matter of lawsuits Tuesday definite date on when work

JAILUNBEARABLE pher, all of her equipment, and past time. and Lt> Drew Reddish. night, with the prospect of such could start on creating a sanitary -

several witnesses and City Attor- The 'charges against Dampier action one of the factors in fill on the new dump site.

ney Arch Thomas Jr. with eight began when Policeman Ben Holt- bringing about the agreementto He said that aU Planning
For ElectionIs must
City witnesses on hand was preparedto zendorf tried to collect for a 10 Local Guardsmen participate. be based on the beginning 1 of the
Not people like be-
many try the case. But Dampierwas cent parking ticket which had Serious Situation next Sal year, Oct. 1
but
ing lodged in jail, but the
not present. been placed on Dampier's vehicle. city officials
"It's a serious "
y situation, City suggested
Drawing Near Franklin Eugene O'Brien, Futch said that with all the I After Dampier refused to pay } Clerk Carl state approval that
John,
convicted intoxication Monday, was especially of public I the 10 cent ticket the policemanwas Ready For Camp I_Council action. "If said, nothing in urging is for the Program might, and work be gained

told by the to collect gotten -
I mayor .' s : done we are going to be faced underway before
to the idea of
Speculation about who is goingto opposed Father a $5 bond or put Dampier in jail t with the city then With
run has started the Starke poli- spending anymore nights in Convicted The resisting arrest and abuse Local Guardsmen from both 1t :. lawsuits and people are going done before footing the bill for Work

tical stew to simmering recently the Starke city jaiL charges were made as a result the: Starke and Blanding units to stop us from using the Plans Oct. 1.

as the and O'Brien, sentenced to five of made last minute preparations dumps. Were made for a
registration period attempts to carry out these to be bUdget
election day for Starke city elec- days or $25. told Mayor For Receiving orders.Dampier's. this week to leave Sunday for Threats of injunctions againstuse and obtained from the state
the
Jackson that he had of the both sites the project
no dump
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tion draws near. stand in the disputehas two weeks summer training at presented to the
County
money but made an earnest new as well ai the old, has Commission
been that Fort Stewart, Ga.The for
City Clerk Carl Johns said that the parking meter consideration -
plea to be released."I 1 1 come from two quarters,, resi- in their
the registration books will open Goods Son StoleA laws are not enforced equally on convoys transporting the fz bUdget hearingS -
mind dents in Monday
wouldn't jail so the area and the State
Thursday, July 11, and close on everyone. "Some cars are ticketed i more. than 200 men will pull out
Aug. 10. Johns urged citizens of much except" for those mos- and others passed up," he told from their bases at 6:50 a. m., Health, Dept. The Questioning

Starke to make sure their names quitoes, O'Brien, a Ken Starke man last Friday the City Council recently. He repeated -! joining at Lawtey to form one What Choice of only serious questioning
are on the book. tucky man, said. these statements Mondayin will return to + "What choice do we have?" the program came
city's registration He said that the win- pleaded guilty to a charge of receiving large group. 'They rY Andrews from Joe
Many times, Johns said, a voter jail goods which stolen court. Mayor Jackson said Starke on July 14. Council Chairman T. C. (Cliff) III who said he Was
were not
will be under the mistaken im- dows had no screens and he by his son, now serving a total of that this was not the intention of This is the first year that the S.. Hazen Jr. asked. "It's evident sure that participating in the
"fought mosquitoes for two program;
the we're not going to make the was
police. the
pression the registering on the units have travelled to in best
seven for camp
years thefts in Bradford I Way to
nights, raking them off in Spend
the
county books will also authorize County. The Council has ordered that all motor convoy. Previously mostof dump sanitary until we're madeto money He suggested

him to vote in city elections. All handfuls.Policemen told the mayor Circuit Judge George L. Patten parking violations be handled I the men have been transportedby do it." He favored the pro- that the Council investigate the
Starke citizens registered with the alike. P < a gram because the city would POssibility of operating
bus.
that who had ordered a I a a:1ni-:
a prisoner pre-sentence
investigation tary
fill
county should make sure they are I have to comply with state re- on its own.
been in the jail a few days in the case ofthe man, Mon- While at Fort Stewart the men and other l\fulrennan
also on the city books, he said. quirements in keeping the sani- councilman
before O'Brien had torn the roe Addiron, and he was freed Display Of FlagOn of both units will provide maintenance that contended
tary fill maintained participation
Election date is 10 properly. in the
September screen out. under $2.500 bond. I and supply support fora state
with candidates t h 1 John Mulrennan head of the program was the least
being required to The mayor, sympathizingwith The Fourth i iI combat command of the division expensive
file 21 days prior to this, or by the son, Leroy Addison, 19, was I July Health Dept. division under as well as the most satisfactory
prisoner, equipped sentenced in February to five I I Each company will be re- RECRUITS LOAD VEHICLES. which the is admini- way.
Aug. 20. Qualifying fees for can- program
O'Brien with a bug sprayer years in State Prison after plead- spona'ble for maintaining about Loading an acetylene cylinder on When the
didates are 5 per cent of the an- and directed that screensbe Urged By Legion stered, met with the Council vote was taken Andrew -
500'wheel 125 track
nual salary for the office for reinstalled. ing guilty to breaking and enter- vehicles, a wrecker are ((1-r) Recruits Tuesday night to explain the 5 voted for the program
which Intend to ing three Bradford County estab- vehicles 50 artillery pieces andl.CHXf James Crawford and answer making its
they run.At All citizens and places of business 8mall'arms Roger Rivers program questions. adoption unanimous
stake this year will be the lishments. He had previously been were urged to display the weapons., and Wilbur Barry.BlaitiigCu. State ApprovalUnder I The suggestion that a garbage
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offices of mayor, city clerk police Health Officer AwayDr sentenced to two years for auto American Flag on the Fourth t the project all activitiesin tax would, have to be levied to

chief and the Council posts held ealing. When he committed thebreaking Tobacco Soil Bank operating the fill and using: pay for the new setup was dis
of July in a resolution adopted
by I. E. Clark and Mrs. Ruby ,, A. Y., Covington, County he was an escapee from American' Legion Post 56 JJ[>** **. >P-ST. A..>VK =.' .the equipment which' will have Puted-.y...'the-'city clerk;"Johns

Johns. Terms for all of'thesT of- health officer, will leave Sunday the'befuniak Springs'"Jail wherehe :Tuesday 37 night. Payments.11i r Ready rd to, be purchased for, it will be, contended that the city can pay

fices are two years. with the National Guard to spend was awaiting trail on another 'The flag of our country subject to approval by the State for the program out of present

Also on the ballot will be the two weeks at Ft. Stewart, Ga. auto theft charge. I Health Dept. since the greatest revenues.

question of whether or not to Efforts are being made to ob- The goods which the elder Ad- should be displayed very proudly Tobacco farmers who put their Wins 2 AwardsNational part ,of the funds is put up by
from home and place of
adopt the group voting systemfor tain a physician from the State dison admitted receiving were every I allotments Into the Reserve Acre- the state. '

electing Council members. If I Health Dept. to fill in for the stolen from a store In Raiford in business on this holiday, Guy age Program instead of plantingwill The Council agreed to put $9- Giants'

adopted the new system will go I two weeks, Dr. Covington said. January by Leroy and his part- Andrews, post commander, receive their payments this Guard Co. B of Camp 500 into the program the first Tryout

Into effect next year. .. ner, Charles Duncan, while they I stated. Tues- weekend, :Mrs. Mildred Sapp., of- Blanding recently was honored: year, an amount which had been
In the Legion Bradford Camp Resumes
program fice of the
NOTICETO were AWOL from the Defunlak manager with two awards for its outstand- suggested in a tenative budget
day night, County Agent George County ASC office, said this week.
Land SoldAn CORRESPONDENTSAND jail. Sheriff P. D. Reddish wiid. the fair ing accomplishments.The prepared by the State Health .
Huggins reported on About $47,000 will be: paid to This WeekendA
CONTRIBUTORS The stolen items which sparkedthe heldin awards were unit. The state would add to this
association meeting recently growers on 56 farms in negotiable
170-acre/ tract I elec- The State of Florida Marks- minimum of .
of land between charges were a pistol an a $14,250.Equipment
Because of the IndependenceDay Gainesville and urged all con- certificates. Payments are slatedto
Brooker and about $50 in cash. manship Award presented to Co. Use return
Hampton wa; tric razor'and
holiday next Thursday, July cerned with the Bradford County begin Thursday or Friday. engagement of the
purchased recently by the Con- admitted he knew the B. for having the greatest numberof The fact that the New York
Addison soil program Giants'
the
4, the Telegraph will be printeda fair this fall to start working The allotments put into annual tryout
tainer Corp. from Mr. and Mrs. when he received 'I with individual would have to be administered is
day early, on Wednesday, next goods were stolen immediately for a bigger and bank program amounted to 177.14 men qualified camp scheduled to take place
Hiram A. Sharpe of Jackson- week. All correspondents and them.A better fair. acres with 70.5 acres held out for weapons. through the County Commission Friday and Saturday at the

ville.Tax j other contributors are asked to Union County man D. L. The housing committee, X. M.I planting.The The VFW Citation for beingone brought some questioning by the Bradford High School stadium.

stamps indicated that the ( have copy in the office a day Griffis, was arrested atthe same Smith and I. E. Clark, reportedthat farmers who went ahead of the outstanding companiesin Council members and they also The tryouts were originally

sale price was 20000. I early to insure publication. time as the elder Addison and several repairs had been and planted have suffered a poor the Florida National Guard. indicated concern about which slated for June 7 and 8 but were

charged with participating in the made on the building and season, with the heavy rains two "These awards are fitting tri will be 'allowed the use of the rained out after one day of ac

I Record Breaking Marathoners brPAk.in of-- the Raiford store. I grounds. weeks ago doing heavy: damage. bute to the men of Co. B who, equipment which would have to tivity.

An argument between Monroe through team spirit and hard be purchased.A Herb Thomas, Giant scout and

Addison & Griffis Saturday night Activities Joint Farm Bureau work have kept the unit at the bulldozer will have to be Starke restaurant owner, said

10. led to the arrest of the pair, the Play Lot top of the performance list since purchased the first year. Mulrennan this week he expected most of

sheriff said. Close For SummerThe Cattlemen Meet Set its organization in 1952", Lt. Rod- emphasized that the equip- the 42 boys who were here ori-

The clash between the men. in ney Hall, company commander, ment can be used on projects ginally to return this weekend.A .
Addison Griffin for activities of the Ensey Play The Farm Bureau and Cattle said. other than the fill only with few of the boys were eliminated -
which rapped
last afternoon man's Assn. will hold a joint supper state approval. / in the firs
Lot closed Tuesday days
failing to bear part of the expense I Lt. Hall predicted that with its appearanceand
i until fall.Awards. meeting at Lion's Den Fri Through County two have already been offer-
of attorneys and supply present strength of 110 men, the
were made to the most day night with the program Since the program is administered ed contracts, Thomas said; but
funds for the of the convictedmen shouldn't have
use faithful in attendance throughoutthe centering around a discussion on company difficuljtime through the county, title he and Nick Shinkoff, veteran
was overheard by other per term. Leslie and Gerald Jack- timber growing and gum farmingled attaining a high rating at for the vehicle will be with the Giant scout working with
r' and the sheriff notified. the summer field training at Fort
sons Forester Don Cham-
Farm
by But'Mulrennan told the
son and Norma Moody were pre- county. Thomas, want to get a closer
Sheriff Reddish said the sher- Stewart, Ga.
sented with gifts of books Bible pion.Assisting Council that with the state con- look at most of the other lads.
iff's offices in both Union and in puttingon THs training begins Sunday.
Champion
games, etc. Ice cream and home- trol over the program it could The boys attending the earlier
Bradford Counties had suspectedsince made pound cake were served at the program will be )!. E. June 30. and will continue until not be taken of the city and sessions came from most auctions
January that Leroy Addisonand Heneger, industrial forester with July 14. Co. B will leave Camp
session. would into
the close of the if sold the money go of the state with Panama City
Duncan had been connected Mrs. Florence Hipple, teacher, the Newton Co. of Lake City. Blanding on Sunday morning by state budgets.The and Tallahassee among the

with the Raiford break-in but the and her assistant, Mrs. Mae Wood, Also on the agenda will be reports motor convoy and is scheduled to County actually has no- fartherest towns represented.The
had denied it. As partof months from the members who at- arrive at Fort Stewart '
Ay4q youths a will leave soon for two Sunday thing to do with the program candidates for positionson
the investigation the elder Ad- vacation. Mrs. Hippie and friends tended the state Cattlemen's afternoon.The under which the City of Starkeis professional clubs are ob*

dimn was kept under surveillance from Park-or-the-Palms will makean meeting Clewiston last week. mission of these "Saints of planning. The city and rotate served closely as they are put

t and"Griffis had been brought under extensive motor tour of the Those attending were Pat Miller, Service" will be to supply field will put up all of the money and through fielding, batting and
from remarks drop- states while Mrs. Wood Frazier Shaw, Doyle Conner and maintenance to
[ Q iP suspicion Western support one com- the fill will be for the exclusiveuse pitching performances. This is
1t ped in prison by the convictedmen. will spend the time with her Zedra' Hamilton. bat command of the 48th Armored !of the city. Mulrennan explained the seventh year the tryout
r daughter in Jacksonville. The supper begins at 7:30. Division.
that the law provided camp has been held here.

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A motorist breezing down U. tions produce, traffic arrests post the $50 bond he would have of complaints that arise from the I

S. 301 in the early afternoon and convictions are a big revenue been told to appear. on bond bonds that a great number of.

suddenly finds himself' behind a source in the county. Last plea day, held near the end of motorists do not realize how : _

truck going just slow enough to month alone nearly 100 persons every month, to appear before much they risk by taking a .
irritate the motorist. Coming to were arrested for violations the judge. If he failed to appear chance on the road. I a .
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a long curve, the motorist thinkshe ranging from improper tags to his $50 bond would be estreated If charged with a violationthe I a ;

can see far enough ahead to driving while intoxicated. This with the money going to the motorist must be able to f _
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get around even though a solid produced for the county in fines County. In some cases another produce from $25 to $500 in y.

;yellow line ia on his side of the and bonds forfeited more than arrest order is issued for persons bonds. If he is unable to raise 1 -q.r -

road.He 4000. failing' to appear, but this does the bond money immediately, he

is lucky enough to pass the For a general idea of what not usually happen in .ordinary faces,spending the night or week-

truck safely, but his action' is happens after a motorist is stop- traffic cases.Whether end in jail until he can appear y ri y t "iF

Station WRGR's Betty Gray and Chuck Denton (Mr. and Mrs. observed by a law officer cruis- ped by a law officer, let's go the defendant appears before the judge.
ing nearby. Pulled over by the back to' our motorist charged before the judge immedi- that
Yawn
Chuck Denton) ascend the ladder to begin a record breaking five day Judge emphasized
lawman, the motorist's licenseis .with improper passing, which is ately after arrv radio marathon broadcast atop the What-A-Burger stand on south checked and he is, informed I the most common violation in if he pleads not' guilty he has the purpose of it it to insure :

Walnut street. The couple broke two records in their five-day marathon that he is charged with improper I the County. the opportunity of waiving a jury the appearance in court of .

Friday through Wednesday, according to station manager passing. The driver informed that he trial and having' the case heard a person charged with a viola-

Bam Zack. For the first three days they played only one record Such a case is not a rarity on can either post a $50 bond with immediately. If he prefers a jury tion. If a defendant is found not iv

8SSSWonderful a new Cadence release heard in Starke for the the highway of Bradford Coun- the arresting officer or returnto trial the case will be set. for the I guilty his bond will be returned."It :
ty, but happens several times a Starke and appear, before next term of trial court. These' is unlikely that a person i
first tune.
The
old record for such a performance was two days. I
But even with the frequencyof County Judge T. A. Yawn. The
day. terms are held every three will spend the night in jail on a
They also set a record by conducting their continuous radio broadcast such cases, a great numberof driver, electing to appear before Yawn said.
traffic Judge
charge,
for 120 hours straight. The record, an arrangement by ,the citizens have little idea of the the judge: pleads guilty to im- months.If Most people, if they don't have Lawmen keep their distance as this fugitive lunges in protest at

Stone of traffic cases In the and receives a the motorist; is arrested being captured. The cow was roped by Deputy Sheriff Fate Brownin
Kirby Four, was played 387 times during the first 72 hours. extent proper passing the money, are able to get it.
The quartet was in Starke for a personal appearance with the Den- I county or what they could expect stern lecture and a sentence of during the night hours or on is a And local persons known by the a backyard pea'patch near the intersection of Temple and Pratt I

tou's Wednesday ,afternoon and the record was released nationwide If they were stopped $35 or 10 days from the judge.He weekend when Judge' Yawn court are sometimes relea.on street after escaping from a truck which had stopped for gas. Starke .
he has
not in his office then
Overlooking the,matter of law pays the $35 and goes on his their own recognizance if they Policeman Riley Sweat is at right and Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding -
The
Tuesday. marathon also
was used to bond.
raise funds for the cancer violations and danger to lives way. no choice-he must post

fund. The Dentons came &down to earth at 8 p.m. Wednesday. and property which these viola- If the motorist had chosen to It is evident from the number (Continued on Page 4) holds the rope behind the tree. *





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editorial' YYYYYY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYyyyyyy At The TabernacleSeveral a copy of your answer or pleading FRIDAY JUNE !8. 1957 PAGE TWOof ,
to the complaint on the Plaintiffs I
Farmer's I
Diary Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221 .1
visitors from Jackson Florida Title Puilding. Jackson 1157; otherwise the allegations of minor children
S ville attended the vine 2. Florida aid Complaint will be taken aaconfessed lion of separation and ratifica- I
By Sam McGamy morning wor- and rile the original In the office of by you. has been filed agreement
A Shift In ThinkingRecent ** "" """" "" "i ship at the Gospel Tabernacle the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 'his notice shall be publishes above named Court against and you In the I
or before the 22 once each week for four consecutive cause and
day of July, you are
Sunday while in town to view required to serve a
1957 weeks In the Bradford copy of
; otherwise the County Tele-
fence, and now we find there is allegations of your answer or pleading to
the
the
famous oil The said Compalnt graph.
painting. will be
taken complaint
international events seem to indicate, one egg, of a dark color, mottled confessed by you. ,'as Dated this 6 day of June. 1957. Attorney on the Plaintiffs
message was from the ,eighth Official Seal T. Frank Landrum, P
that a change has taken place in the "cold war"with with purple, and we will keepa chapter of Acts, while .the even- once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published ( Clerk) of Charles thfll Circuit-A. Darby Court and'0.tae Box the: 546.original Starke. Florida, .

Russia, a change that raises the hope that watch to- see when the birds ing one was on the Holy Spirit graph.Charle weeks. in the Bradford County Tele- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 6/14 4t Clerk 7/5 the Clerk of the Circuit in tne Court office on of

the probability of a mortal atomic and nuclearwar start setting. and set forth many spiritual Dated this 13 day of June, 195T. nn or before; otherwise the the 8 day aUecaUono of July it
IfOTICll
S TO
S (OFFICIAL APPEAR
SEAL
helps to those who desire a closer ) sid Compaint will be
taken
is fading. A. Darby Ia Ctrcmtt Cemrt. Braifer Leah ctofessed a.
The heavy rains we had a walk.A Clerk of the Circuit Court. FUrMai Im Cftaieery. This notice by you.shall be
We have seen the disarmament talks between while ago sure helped our house Plannelgraph study from By Marion U Crosby Deputy Clerk Kirk.Reva Defendant.Kirk, Plaintiff.Case VI.No.Norman 10-2227 once each week for four consecutive published
/21 4t weeks In
i'heVestern powers and Russia entered into witha 1 pasture. It had been infested the Book of Daniel was broughtto 7/12 Netic Te> Appears graiph. the Bradford County Tele-
Well, the picture isn't quite with a lot of little worms which the adult class during Bible NOTICE TO APPEAR To: Norman Kirk, whose residence Dated this f day of June, 1957
which to be' based fa CbftIt and address Is Unknown. '
new hope, a hope seems on Cean. Bradford c....,. : (OFFICIAL SEAL
as bad for the tobacco growers were feeding on the roots and School, by Mrs. Florence Hippie Fiends. I. Caaae ry. Too are hereby notified that a Charles A. )
belief that the Soviets have taken on a new attitude Joyce suit for divorce Darby.
a who ,had their flooded 3 ruining the sod Now it in Woodhouse Plaintiff vs. John Clerk
crop recently looks to the absence of the regular E. Woodhouse has been filed against yea In the of the Circuit Court I
and are trying actually to reach a solution as it first seemed to "be. 1 be coming back and if we havea teacher of the claess. Defendant.Cue No. 10-!222 above named Court and cause and By Marian L Crosby Deputy C1ut.
for 11.M.* T. AMCMT you are require to serve a copy of 6/7 4t mil
the exclusively Talked
rather than use parley to Charlie Gaskms who chance we will use an insect- To: John E. Woodhouse whose your answer or pleading'to the cem-
propaganda.Last said that he got four barns of i icide to kill the worms. residence and address Is: 2421 Carol plaint OB the Plaintiffs Attorney
tobacco from his and that S SS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Avenue. Turns Arisona.. Green & Green Starke. Florida,
crop FUrUa Statete Tear and file the ertclaat IB the office
are hereby of
week it was announced that extensivecuts most ,of it is cooking out fine. Judging by all the calling that b The Curt .( tm. c..." Judge for divorce custody notified and that support a nit the Clerk of,the Circuit Court ODor rGASTOONSjBy

are to be made in the United States' overseas But in other cases the crop wasa is going on from morning until BraifM Im Pnbate.Ctutr. 1'....... of minor child, and attorneys'tee 15 before day of the July 1J57;

forces. Surely this move would not be madeif total loss and it hurt even night we have a lot of quail In re: Estate of Rufus Moore. De has been filed agalast yea In the otherwise the allegations of said
more than usual, because the.growef around here. They will be thickas ceased.T. above'named Court and cause and Complaint will be taken ** confessed -
the country were on "the brink of war" as Secretary All Creditor tad Peru Revleg you are required to serve a copy of by you.
could have put it in the fleas on a dog's back until Claims .r Demaaia Agmlmmt your answer or pleading to the This aetlee shall be published
of State Dulles said last year has been Soil Bank and got paid that hunting season la over. Salt Estate oomplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney once each week for four consecutive GIB BROWN
You and each of you are hereby Joseph K. Skipper, 2" Florida weeks ta the Bradford County Telegraph
the case on several occasions.The way. .' .< notified and required to present Title Funding, Jacksonville :, -
'oe any claims and demands which you Florida Dated this 11 day of June, 1J57. .
hope which these events have raised seem We learn something every or either of you may have againstthe and file the original Ja the office (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Derbyarr '-
We found a'paper: sack full of day. Got to wondering what ,is estate of Rufus Moore, deceased of the Clerk of the Circuit Court .a ., _, a'ICrosby. DeputyC.
to indicate that Russia has conceded that the nice ripe tomatoes on our gatepost the correct use of the word'alink' late of said County, to 'the or Mbef8S?'tne 15 .day of July, By r
8/14 4t
County Judge of Bradford otherwise 7/5
County, "fJ the allegations
U. S. is the winner in the race to build up power. ; when we got home the oth- Question ia do you say 'He Florida at his office in the court Complaint will be taken aa of -
er day and the trouble is we slinked', 'he slanked house of said County at Starke. confessed by you. NOTICE OP INTENTION
'he TO
REGISTER
to conclusions but or Florida, within eight calendar This notice shall be published FICTITIOUS NAME
Perhaps we are jumping (don't know whom to thank. We slunk.. Our book says to use 'I months from the time of the first once each week for tour consecutive Notice Is hereby given that the I

it would seem that the arms race phase of the are going to try to find out slink', "I slunk' or I have slunk. claim publication or demand of this shall notice.be in writIng Each weeks. la the Bradford County Talegraph. undersigned Chapter ,%20.95J under Laws the of provisionsof Florida

"cold war" is coming to a close and the conflict ;who, but in case we can't, Thank While looking up the word we and shall state the place of- D .ted this 6 day of June. 1957. Acts of 1941, will register with the
residence and post office address Official seal) Charles A. barb Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
You of
is now entering into the more subtle. and difficult somebody found that a 'slink is a premature the claimant, and shall be sworn to Clerk of the Circuit Court for Bradford County, Florida, upon
ideological and economic phase. Incidentally, Alice used some calf. by the claimant, agent, or attorney, By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk receipt of proof of publication of
and such claim 6/14 4t this notice the fictitious name of
{of them to make her favorite S'S any or demand not 7/5
so filed shall be void. B It: C Hereford Ranch, under whichwe fl left the SWITCH] OX so you
Mr. Khrushchev said as much in his TV ap- 'dish-fried tomatoes, which consists Hear that Dan Starling has s/ Eunice Moore, NOTICE-, are engaged in business at Rt. could find it"
of bits of bacon, onion cleaned out his As administratrix: of the Es- T6 APJoWAft 1. Box: 122. Starke, Florida.
pearance recently in this country. Perhaps for ] berry patch andwill tate of Rufus Moore deceased. I. Ciftalt enrt. Bradford Cuty, One Half Interest each J. O.
fried; then the floured and seasoned l raise a lot of runners. One First publication June 21, 1956. rterUai. CWarcrr. Bass Jr., Rt. 1, Box: 112, Starke, You'll get a kick out of
change he was telling the truth. Erkkl B. Tallbacka, Plaintiff Florida and W. our
a vs. Harry Crouse, Rt.
tomato halves are browned 6/21 U
is he had 7/12
thing sure,
a good Susan Tallbacka '
Defendant. I, E'os: 112 Starke, Fla. eagerness to give GOOD SEE-
Certainly Sen. Lyndon Johnson was right and when soft they are takp this year, and the runners NOTICE TO APPEAR Notice T. Case No. 10-222J: Dated this list. day of May, A.D., VICE!
onions and bacon la Circuit Court Appear 1957 at Starke, Bradford County
en out with should be good plants. Braafcr* Couty, To
when he said: "We are now facing the prospect ] into Florida la Chancery. : Susan and Tallbacka, whose resIdence Florida. 6/7 4t 6/28
and the remainder is made 'f Lucy Norris Gilchrist address is: S7559 Second -,
of destroying ourselves, not as the result of an a cream We like it a O'Neal Gilchrist. Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Street. Willoughby, Ohio NOTICE TO APPEAR
gravy. Got kicked this week by an You are hereby notified Im Clmlt
that a suit Comrt. Bradford
armaments race, but merely by indulging in the ]lot! unborn calf. Daisy is "expect- Notice T. AppearTo Case No. 10-2228 far divorce FlerUat ta Chancery. County OlD BROWNSERVICE
: O'Neal Gilchrist, whose residence has been filed against you In the Francis J. Aslp, Jr.. Plaintiff, vs.
race. ing" and Sam wan feeling along and address is above named Court and cause and Carol M. Asip, Defendant.
From what we have found out her side to see for sure that she You are hereby notified: Unknown.that a you are reautred to serve a copy of Case No. 10-2219 STATION
If these of events correct your answer or pleading to the Xetlee T* Appears
interpretations are far it that this maybe suit
so appears to have calf when complaint
was going a on the Plaintiffs Attorney To: Carol M. ;
Asip.
whtse
it is good to note that the nations have recognized 1 an off year for pecans. The all of a sudden the calf kicked for control divorce of minor care, children custody and has Gerald ing, R. Hart. 301 Smith 'Build- dence and address Is: 81 H.tervale resi- Standard Oil Products

the impossibility, of a nuclear war. Such a J farmers we have questioned say and Sam almost jumped a foot been filed against and file Jacksonville the original 2, ,Florida? the office New Street.York.Rockville Centre. New York, 407

war could bring nothing but destruction to ]that their trees have only in the air. you cause in and the you above are named required Court to serve and of or the before Clerk the of the 15 Circuit Court on You are hereby notified that a suit N. Temple Ave.
day of
about half a crop. July, for divorce. custody and__ control____n__
everyone, and even a limited war would be dan- .

gerous to undertake.If A corn raiser told us this

week that his bill for insecticidefor
winds are beginning to rise which can blow out
} keeping the ear worms
the war clouds away, certainly the world would ,of his corn amounted to about
'
welcome the change. Even with the tactics :$326 for about 13 acres. This is

changing we would not suggest the U. S. slackenits an example of how everythingcosts

vigilance because there is no telling at what the farmer more and more,

moment the (Communists will do another about while for the most part his income
stays low.
face. Though they have changed tactics, no one However, our watermelon

believes they have changed into trustworthy growers got a good break last

people. week when a sizzling heat wave
up north made a lot of hot Yankees -
But what about this new phase of the conflict? want some ice cold southern

Can the Western powers, especially the United watermelon. As a result there c

States, compete in this type as successfully as was a big boost to the market ''1 :4ir.: 'hI
and prices rose from a low of
they have in the power battle?
about $150 per car to a high of

Russia probably has changed its tactics be- $775 during the wek. Even with '>< '
that help, though, some of the C' 1' \
cause it believes that the United States, though
didn't do too well financially -
strong in the field of technology and production, growers, because of only about

is weak when it comes to diplomacy and spread 50, per cent of a normal yield. '

ing its influence.In >,,"' -

We are following with interestthe
recent ventures in the diplomatic field, raising of a family of mocking ?:

such as in Egypt, the U. S. has, not shown too birds in a nest right by our

much brilliance. Evidently the U. S. has not front gate. We saw the birds +Qe a

paid too much attention to ideological forces, be- building the nest, which is in a > : -. \ I
briars growing by the
lieving that by pouring money into other count- ;clump of rs

ries, they will instantly support her.
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We are confident the U. S. has the stuff to BRIDGE

win the ideological phase as well as the power
NEW RIVER
phase. But a shift in thinking and emphasis is AND

needed to accomplish it.On Sirs. E. A. SappTTTVYf Y ''t I

yTTTTYtfVy "am Iw w/

and Mrs. Seeber Doyle Andrews '
Mr. g, I
The Way Out of Wildwood and Gene .
Andrews of Jacksonville were
s tNji /

Slowly, but steadily, changes are made in Chester weekend Andrews.Mrs. guests .of Mr. and }[rs. : .- .. ..

governmental processes which improve the efficiency Vonda Anderson and children I

and produce on operation more in keep- of DeLand are spending .

ing with modern society. several days here with Mrs. Emily
Moody and Mrs. Minnie Granger.
During the recent session of the Legislature, Mrs Anderson's husband is on a

one of the most stubborn customs in Florida's construction job in Alaska for

county government setup was given a shove to- several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moody Of
ward the exit. The legislators started the ball
Palatka visited their grandmother,
rolling in the elimination of the fee system for Mrs. Ida Moody Saturday and ?

payment of county officials by taking 48 of the i istate's Sunday.

sheriff's offices off of this system and Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson ,

putting them on a budget-salary system. :shopped in Jacksonville Saturdayand ,,., II -
also went by fora short i

The fee system for payment of officials, visit with Mrs. Sue Cooper 1
Mrs. Mann of Ocala visited -
Agnes
though it have been in
past
may necessary her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
years, has served its purpose, we feel, and is no Lester Johns last Thursday. Their

longer the best system. son, Beland and wife of Starke

spent Saturday and Sunday with I
The fee system has long clung on although them. I

students of government 'have contended that it Sunday guests of the James \STOCK

is antiquated. Proponents of the system con- Lavenders were Mr. and Mrs. Del- I

tend that the fee the officer earns for each service bert Green of Heilbronn Springsand
Mrs. John Roberts of Keystone
provides the public with an assurance that Heights.

the officer will, be on his toes, striving to do all Mr. and Mrs. Jon Lazenby and I

he can, thus earning all that is possible. *two baby girls of Altus Okla.
visited with the Fonnie Crewses

This might have been true in past years, but :Sunday and Monday accompaniedby w\:4t i: ,

nowadays, with public offices under constant his mother, Mrs Jessie Lazen- : : : :

scrutiny from the public well the State by, Mrs. Rhoda Dowling and Don-
as as .fIJJ
Auditing Dept. we can't how this }rae Crews. They left Monday Big I thirsty I I ahfI! I "
see argument afternoon for several days visit at t ...... .. holiday ,
_
will hold true Anymore. i Port Orange. .

Sorry to hear that James Lavender w'' ,'vr Y
There are enough checks and balances these had the misfortune of At work or play. going places or staying.home. .

. days for the public to know when an official is l breaking his big toe on the job last .;.:.v I;

slack in his duties and the citizen can vote ac- week and is using crutches to everybody'll be wanting Coke again and again. Coca-Cola. so good ,

cordingly at the next election. walk. Mrs. Emily Moody is also in taste in such : aroz: y .;
good taste. Make there's hand Av
'
on the sick list this week. Wish sure plenty on . .
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Without his bread and butter depending on them both a speedy recovery. ice-cold, all ready. Stock up. lots of Coke! '':: ;..:;..:v

the constant seeking of fees, an official will 1 : '... -
TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYRISING COKE and FOOD...fun for hearty holiday
have the opportunity to concentrate ../ORa.IOWTCMB
more fullyon TMM'MM.COmiMr IM IM MCA40U MHIM. -
-
appetites! .. ...
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the operation of the office as a whole, accomplishing > .

some of the services which ,might r s

not have paid so well under the fee system but
By Mrs. Gordon Jones
beneficial to the 1i
are public. n. :vg
LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAaAAAAA
The fee system for compensation of officialshas
Mrs. Ellis of Miami is visiting .
been started on the way out. Let's keep i it ;her son and daughter-in-law Mr.

traveling on that road i and Mrs. A. C. Ellis. ,

ii Mr. and- Mrs.:Gordon Jones and
i Carolyn were dinner guests of
t THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Guarino of

Jacksonville Sunday.

EST.: 1'879 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manni ands
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY Nancy visited Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon .'.
family: Wednesday fUN...Iee-told Coca-Cola makes
UNDER THE SAM: MASTHEAD ,
,
of last week.
REGULAR
., any pastime pleasanter! KING SIGN OF GOOD TASTE
On the sick list this week are ,
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTCRRl AS SECOND CLASS Mr.
MATTER AT THE POST OFF'Cr'AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER and Mrs. A. C. Ellis. Hope Bottfed under outhority of The Coca-Cola Company by STARKE COCA-COLA
THE: ACT OF MARCH 3. '17'. they are well again soon. BOTTLING COMPANY
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREEF"
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1957 .
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"WVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT couple. i residents, occupying the home in health. present, also had more present I sure shootin' shot gun, now we
For her wedding the bride I I formerly belonging to the Jesse The Harvey Lane Family, in Sunday School the last two are really up in the papery We

( HIGHLIGHTS chose a street length dress of Johnsons. Mr. Sieber Is a ma- (our pastor at Clay Hill) andJ. Sundays than we have had for .I made the Times Union Sunday!
KEYSTO'NE beige dacron modeled with a chinist with the Government installation L. Strickland attended Home- sometime and three of these Don't tell. us we aren't important -

full skirt fitted bodice with a at Cocoa. coming at the Little Creek folks, gave their birth- or maybe we're just a plain

r By Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 Mandarin collar. Her accessorieswere Mrs. Francis Clark left on Church near Jessup, Ga. Sunday. day offerings at Sunday ,School. novelty a woman who gets out

A*A A A ,. . . . .-. .,. . . .'. . . beige and her corsage of Monday with her sister and Jim tells me this church was or- Of course we are always gladto and slings that ole shot gun 1 1"BEAR"
, A AAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAA&------ white carnations.Miss brother-in-law, Mr. and }.{m. ganized in 1812. There was a have this much extra to giveto around, shoots any and just
"Hats Off ComerA Lake Saturday, June 29. the Childrena Home. We at about all of these wild "var-
Crystal Gladys Tillis the bride's Paul Ervin and son, Alex, for a very large crowd present and
, Keystone Heights citizen The entrance to grounds is on attendant, wore an afternoon visit to their home in Crossville, they had some: wonderful preach- Clay Hill are to have a bap- mints" that come around,
leaving this community after a the right side of the Starke road, dress of blue with matching ac- Term and later to other points ing and singing, then a wonder- tismal next Sunday afternoon at doesn't seem to have sense e-
residence of 11 years-one who about four miles from Keystone cessories. Kyle McMurtry servedas before returning home. ful feast after some of the services 3:30, Ella Carter and Delma nough to be afraid anything

is a good citizen and will be Heights. Transportation can be bes{; man. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kyle of'Orlando then they returned to the Padgett and perhaps others are that comes around the house.
missed, is Comdr. Ray Hearst, secured by calling the church The wedding party was enter- and their daughter, Mrs. house for more services. says he to be baptized at this service. Well, take it from me, she just

who with his family, has movedto office, otherwise those wishing tained at dinner at the Town Mills Dean Alexandria- Va., has learned now that other peo- John Wilkinson preached for' hasn't seen the right thing to ),I A
'
a new home inthe Normandy to go direct to the Camp may House in Jacksonville followingthe were guests of the Louis Kyles ple beside the Florida peopleare us Sunday night and gave us' scare her yet When it comes
development in Jacksonville. go from 2 p. m. Supper will be ceremony, after which the this week. sociable and kind. Thinks he some wonderful thoughts. Of along she will go in the house r FOR PIN1SHMEHT
Comdr.: Hearst who will retire served at 5. Bring a basket couple left for a motor trip. met some of hia relatives there course all of us know,John is a and shut that old door and see,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reynolds, t 11,. _h tk.. HOFKOilfc
M
from the U. S. Navy in Novem- lunch. Swimming and games will They will make their home in Bill as his parents originated from young minister not been preach- that it stays SHUT, GOOD AND e....<. _._Her prectice"t* .1Ire..I.. .
ber after 30 years of service was be planned and supervised. Oklawaha. Miss Jane Reynolds and Georgia. ing' for very long, but we do TIGHT! or would she? Well, ..... It a ....... it w.'t
Jr., hosts for a hr..k) ,I ",....l* IMM **4HOfKO
Reynolds were **
on the Carrier, Yorktown in Open House At Fire Station Duplicate Bridge Results Little Elizabeth England celebrated wish to say he is really growingin we'll see! But-we did get in the ...., .. *_* ........ itS
in cook-out supper at their homeon daily and we always xilt ... ....t.... ..ft t.Oi.f .
1942 when she was torpedoed July 6 and 7 are Kt aside for Winners of first place were Lawrence Boulevard on Friday her fifth birthday Monday the Lord's work and we are paper t "
the battle of Midway spending Mrs. and Mrs Ketchum, this for him. thought one had to be of some
"Open ,House" at the Keystone Phelps .evening. Guests enjoying the evening of last week with a glad we can say HoffeeCHAIN
many hours in the water and Heights fire station. The new second place, Mrs. Games and Mr. and Mrs. party. ,There were 19 present May he continue to grow closerto importance to be mentioned in

along with others, was rescuer fire truck and the use of life Mrs. Menzen, third place, Mr.. Paul evening Ervin were and,Alex Ervin Mr. besides her ,family. All had a I the Lord and grow in His a daily paper. But we have
wonders
by a destroyer while the fightIng saving equipment will be demonstrated and 'Mrs. Karges. and Mrs. Francis Clark, Rev. wonderful time playing games work.W.. learned better! Will ,(

was in progress. and a movie will be Installation Dinner For and Mrs. J. R sell Young Char and having fun in 'general. B. Jones substituted for:I I never cease?

Comdr. Hearst is well knownto shown. Free refreshments will Rotarians les Niblack of Biloxi, Mias. and I We understand Ed Carter and Harvey Lane Sunday while Mr: .. SAWK.
HIWAY CHAPEL>
the, neighborhood boys who be served. Let's support our Fire Rotarians and Rotary Anna Highlands, N. C. and John Sniffle Volley Mosley are' both feeling Lane was in Georgia. He also
with his own sons Tommy and Department. will enjoy a dinner at the Wo- of Atlanta and Highlands., some better' than they did at our gave us some wonderful ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Ray, went on camping trips WOliams-Fraher man's Club on Friday June will 28. and Dr. and Mrs. John Creighton. last writing.Lee thoughts, and again we wish tosay Sunday& A.School Lewis, 10, Pastor a. m. Morn & J. GARAGE
with him and learned the use of -wide interest to their manyfrienda at 7 p. m. when new officers : Moore was ordained dea- that all who miss these services -
Of ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic
guns and camping skills in this community was be installed.At con of the Long Branch 'Baptist really miss a great bless- Yi Mile South on U.S. 301
Service 7:45 Thursday
Friday p. m.
much the meeting on -- Church Thursday night of last The Lanes and Mr. Strick- Phone 474-R
We wish the Hearsts the wedding of Mrs. Esther Fra- Al ::9YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.Y..YY ing. weekly prayer service. Invitation -
happiness in their new home and her of Keystone Heights and June 21, District Governor international week. This service was very Impressive land were back in time for extended to everyone. Starke, Florida
are sorry to lose them. McCoy M. Williams of Oklawaha !Nelson spoke on GRAHAM and we all can learn church Sunday night, but Mr.

Community Church Picnic ,, Fla. The marriage took placein service, telling of his contacts follow- from these services.We Jones preached and we were ......

As a closing feature of the the Community Church ,of with internationals as a had more in prayer meet- deeply impressed with the mess- lIen's Clothing.
of his visit to the Rotary Mr John McKlnneyMra.
Vacation Bible School the Com- Keystone Heights on Thursday up International last year. S. E. Mc- ing at Clay-Hill last Wednesday age.Well jpREz'I" S 'ORE' Established 1894 I J
munity Church members and June 20, at 6 p. m. the Rev. J. on the special pro- &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& evening than we have had in- awhile back we were in 'I
friends will hold a picnic at Russell Young, minister per-! Kay spoke and \ well maybe ever! We had 30 the Starke paper with that old
jects for the past year John McKinney accompanied
Camp Montgomery, the Presby- formed the ceremony in the pres- club .
Frank Walrath Jr. spoke on her sisters and their husbands -
terian Conference Center on ence of close friends of the
service. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davisof
Retiring President E. T. Mar- Sarasota and Mr. and Mrs. I

tin brings honor to the Club in Victor McLeod of Wauchula last
NOW YOU CAN DRIVE A NEW
being appointed to serve on theGovernor's week on a vacation trip to Nash-

Committee for the ville, Tenn. to the "Grand Ole PICNIC"SuperRight

RENAULT 4CY. coming year. Opry" show. Enroute they visited I I
Annual Swim ProgramAn Lookout Mountain'in Tennesseeand .
event anticipated by all Stone Mountain near Atlanta, "
the young people, (and older Ga. They alm visited their brother -
$$1395.00 ones too) is the swimming program and family, John Lee Young- I

UPS held each year by the Ro blood of Marietta, Ga. Short i

,No Trade Needed Long Terms! tarians. It begins on July 8. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Griffis and

U P 50 MILES PER GALLON Personals Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Myron. I children spent visiting last relatives.week in North Shank 4 to 6 Lb Avg. I

Mrs. Prevalt's sis- Carolina A i,
Prevatt are Gene girt: : 01 w
and Mrs.
T9 ter and nephew, Mrs. Dwight R. Mr. and Mrs. III'
Mr.
4DoorHeater -- Automatic Choke -- Adjustable Seats Hampton visited
and Jr., from
Arnold Dwight
Safety Trim on Dash and Windshield Frame Enon, Ohio. Jchn Mr.McKinney and Mrs. Allen Friday Ward night.of St.' FULLY L8 Ii

Service and Parts Always Readily Available Mrs. Jessie Schleicher of An- Mary, Ga. spent the weekend '

IMPORTED CAR CENTER, Inc. dalusia, and Ala.brother-in-law, is visiting, Mr.her and sister with her mother, Mrs.John Leon McKinney Wynn.'I I COOKED II

1410 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. James Dunne. Mr. and Mrs. guestsof .
and children were supper
PHONE FLANDERS 91240HUNDREDS Mrs. Winnifred Shannon end of Waldo
son. Douglas of Jacksonville, Mrs. Will night.Melton "Super-Right" Sunnyfield Fancy
Saturday
were visitors at the morning Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKin- LONG GRAIN (
service of the Community Sue and Ann, Te"faSliced lb
and daughters, BEEF LIVER 29CGrade
Church and guests for the after- ney Sunday after-
were
of Gainesville
noon of the Rev. and Mra J. '
Russell Young. noon guests of his parents, Mr. RICE

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein and Mrs. John McKinney. 'A' Quick Frozen Long Island Style

have which returned included from an points extensive in YYY TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTNORTH 2 Lb Package 21t
trip Dressed Drawn lb
of details are managed and economically New York State and Massachu- DUCKLING 39CGrade

I attended that only a trained and setta. SIDEBy

careful organization can attend when Dr. and Mrs. George 13. Far-

the urgent need for serving is at rar are enjoying a visit in the Mrs. Carl,Brown ''A Quick Frozen Young Tender Fryer & A&P'aSILVERBROOK
,
Hendersonville
hand. mountains near .&&&&&&&&&&& &&&&&&&&&& PRINT .
N. C.Mr.. Ib j,20
'and Mrs. Jessie Johnsonand Miss Eva, Clark of ;Lake City $THIGHS 49C 2t2lbs

children, Carolyn Mark and was the weekend guest of her
DeWITT C. JONES Pat have moved to be near Mr. aunt, Miss Dora Clark. BUTTER

__ Phone 7 Starke, Fla. ___ Johnson's new work and are living Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley had'as Grade 'A' Quick Frozen Young Tender Fryer .
I at present in Largo until a guest last, week his mother
Funeral Director Ambulance Service the completion of their new Mrs. A. H. Harley of Lawtey.

Oat local funeral horn enables u to otter ooaTenleace tad home. i Mr. and Mrs. Gene Douglas and BREASTS Ib 59c 5" 2-89 Pound 61cPeaches
last week-
family of Miami spent
service not otherwise available.We Friends of the J. C. Detweilerswill I Car- I
regret to learn that Mr. De- end as guests of the Oscar
ters and other relatives here. NBC Ritz
II" 6 61 I tweiler has been a patient recently -

furnish the highest type ienrice at lovect price, and in the Baptist Memorial Dinner on the grounds members was and en- CRACKERS lIb' 33
joyed Sunday by
accept AMT life insurance policy In force, Iseaed by. ANT Hospital in Jacksonville.Mr. friends of the North Side Church .

company. *a payment in part or la full oa a funeral. and Mrs. William Sieber ending a week's reviyal.On I -Golden- '
Convolution errle no blijattaa.I and children, Donna, Cathy and the sick list are Mrs. Lula Shortening

I Betty Jane are new Keystone Crews Irene Anderson.little Mark McDaniel and FLUFFO3'"' 89

'
Mrs. L. S. Tanner and childrenof --
I
Lawtey spent last Sunday with Blrdseye! Brund Whipping 12 Oz. Pkg.

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp. for c
POTATOES 2 21
Reese Scott was in Jacksonvilleon
I'I
business Saturday.
--
Happy birthday to Shirley Whit- Birdseye Frozen Green I

/ -Ti&rBuy to aker Mrs.on her Ossie seventh Norman.Mr. birthday. and BEANS 9 oz "kg 21 2 LB 29C P

NECTARINE
FORD and Mrs. I* 0. Thomas of --
a Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Detergent
r Sun
Crawford of Lawtey were
y \ day guests of the D. D. Conner WISK pint 39C

V : and bank the family.
savings Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Carter and Shortening

Mrs. L- C. Johns of Jacksonvillewere
*! < 0
Sunday guests of Mr. and SPRY 3 Ibs 97C
Mrs. Ossie Norman.
Mrs. Avie Pierce and Mrs.; Fred NEW Lbs
a POTATOES 10
20 Mule TeamBORAX 45C
S Booming Ford sales spell low, low outlay Moore of Lawtey visited the Truman
Norman family last Thurs'
f ""ti on the car with the traditionally high i return day.The Sibs 73cHood

Black Creek Association
I 11 Tit year because we're outselling aH competitors,
Sunday school meeting was held ,33BLEACH Sweet California
we can and are outdealing them.The result:you'llfind
a luxury car at far leas than you'd ever expectto last Thursday'at Highland church. qt I
pay-with (years-ahead styling, Thunderbirdpower Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas and I 15 PLUMS Santa Rosa .Lb :
plus a completely new"Inner Ford." Frances Martin were visiting in :I 29c
Alabama last week. Cleanses 14 Oz Can ,!

1. 01 TOP VALUI...fide! from two big-car szti-over.16foot }.{r. and Mrs. Carl Brown and I .
Customs,over-17-foot Foirtenw. Kek your power,too family were guests of the O. L I BAIl 2 for 29 '
-the world most modem Six or one of ford's. MW Y-8's. Linsins at Keystone Heights Sun California'

2.- Get TOP MALS...Cone on in BOW and see how easy it day afternoon. Detergent 22 Ozs.
__ b to swig the new kind of Ford.You!find there a car and SeedlessorRed Lb
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.Bun Griffis and her daugter 412 CaD Street Saturday, June 29
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,, STARKE:, FLORIDA FRIDAY,, JUNE 28, 195!
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I (Medical William Varnes Bigham Enterprises ever, to the Elementary School. ,tf -
f Study I
fI Swimming (Classes] Parents are cautioned to avoid GAY'S-
I Grant AwardedTo Weds Ocala Girl Elects DirectorsNew packing lunches with any foods
subject to spoiling quickly as
directors of Bigham Hold Popularity In refrigeration facilities will not Home AppliancesYour
Starke Man Enterprise, Inc of Brooker be available.
I elected .at the first annual Friendly
include
1 Samuel L. Renfroe of Starke, a stockholders meeting Tuesdaywere Afternoon programs
\ member of the class of 1959 at I Summer baseball (daily) and skating for
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Dr. George Miller, Miami; I ProgramSwimming Norge Dealer
Moot elementary students 'on Tuesdaysand
Gladys 1li Vanderbilt University School of xy Dr. W. W. McChesney, Gai es-;
35 Medicine, Nashville, Tenn. 'has Thursdays from 3 to 6 p.
tone a ville; Doyle Conner, Starke; J. 0 NQRGE .APPLIANCESO
._._. ... ------ been awarded a March of Dimes instruction con- m.
4. .....TI.. - V. Doyle, Sr. Deland; Ralph
fellowship of $600 for special Roley, Miami; Dan Sumerel, Miami tinues to hold its popularity in Evening programs are principally JIAYTAG' WASHERS
Piano StudentsTo 1 Methodist Circles study in public health and pre- and BUI Bigham Brooker.Dr. the summer recreation program, for high school students.
ventive'medicine, Mrs. Charles L. Miller was elected chair- Coach Jim Hobbs. reported this The USO activities operate Mon- 0 COLEMAN HEATERS and
1[ Give Recital The circles of the First Meth- Dinkins chairman of the Bradford man and Doyle, vicechairman.Other week, with class attendance day, Wednesday, and Friday FLOOR FURNACESWe
odist Church will meet next week County chapter of the National officers averaging between 130 and 140 evenings ,from 7:30 to 10:30: p.
'the piano pupils of Miss Lou- as follows: Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, dent Sumerel are Bgiham presi-, students. m. Dramatics, under C. L. Over- Service All MakesOf

ise stern will be presented in a Circle 1, Mrs. T. H. Slade, leader announced this week. and ;Dr. :McChesney, vice-president, secretary- Hobbs said, that volunteersare turf, basketball, under Coaches Appliances
recital at the Starke Woman'sClub will meet Tuesday morning at The fellowship will finance extra I urgently needed to maintainthe Hobbs and Andrews, and band, j
Friday evening,'June 28, at 10 o'clock at the home of Miss study for 12 weeks for Ren- c treasurer.Fifty all present No under Mr. Mathews,, are offered Phone 10
will consistof Amy Coburn, 902 Butler Rd., with froe at the university. The pur stockholders from program. special I
8 The The Normandy Baptist'Temple,
m. program the alternate of
p. on evenings
!
training is of Starke, Florida
out of total of required adult volunteers -
the state, a
of such awards is to inter- over .
solos and,duos with a second Mrs. W. G. Halle as co-hostess. pose Jacksonville, was the setting Sat- and
piano being furnished by the Circle 2, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, est students in careers in public urday, June 15, for the weddingof 150 attended the meeting.: The other. than being able to I Tuesday Thursday.
Reynolds' Piano Co. of Jackson- leader, will meet :Monday after- health and preventive medicine by Miss Virginia Faye Kennison, stockholders and their wives or swim, he said. Anyone interestedin
noon at 3:30 o'clock at the homeof giving them an opportunity for daughter of Mrs. Halie Kennison 1 husbands were served a barbe- helping' with this activity is
ville.The following students will Mrs. Perryman, 141 W. Madi- specialized study early in their to Mr. William Grady Varnes, son i cued chicken luncheon after the urged to call Coach Hobbs at

Betty Ann Register, son St.Circle. schooling, :Mrs. Dinkins said. of :Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe of Ocala,' business meeting. 413-J. "
appear:Denmark, Martha Bollin- 3, Mrs. L. J. Green, lead., Renfroe was nominated by the and :Mr. W. P. Varnes of Orlando. New students may enroll in
Steve Jo Ann Scott, Dianne Edwards er, will meet Monday afternoonat dean of his school. Student fel- The bridegroom is a former Starke Pair Faces the swimming program at any TV ServiceAll
ger, Priest:, Rose 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs.J. lowships are awarded to a limited resident of Starke and a graduateof time. Buses leave from Starke
Lorraine, Mary Schmitt W. Andrews Sr., 436 E. Call number of candidates from each Bradford High School New Drunk Counts, Elementary, School at 8 a. m.
:Marie Starling Jane Adams Street. approved medical school who have The Rev. W. A. McMillian of- daily.
:Mary Bollinger, Regis- completed at least two years of ficiated at the double ring 'ceremony New voluntary intoxication Non-swimmers may parti-
Janice Vickers, Freeman, Suzannr.1udd. Winsome Class Holds their medical course. and wedding music was of- charges were placed last week cipate in the library program offered -
ter III Gayle Edwards Renfroe is the son of :Mr. and fered by the pianist, Miss Fredia aaginst Eldridge Moody and his daily at the Elementary Work Guaranteed -Free Estimates
----.. Elaine- Harley, Mary Arnj Covered Dish Supper Mrs. L. L. Renfoe of Starke. McMillian. The soloist, Miss Jackie wife, Katherine, who had just School from 8 to 12 a. m. Ac- '
| Long, :Marilyn Hernwall, Bar-, Blizzard sang "I Love You been freed under bond a few tivities are under the directionof Fully Equipped DependableAll
bara Ann Blankenship, Virginia The Winsome class of the Attends UF Course Truly." days previously on similar Mrs. Willa Mae Denton and
Kay Makes and Models
Erwin, Patricia Anderson, Betty First Baptist Church held a i The best man foe the bride- charges.The include recreational reading,
Hart, Carolyn Vickers, Car- covered dirfi supper at the homeof :Miss Peggy Phillips, a teacherat groom was James Lee of Starke couple, parents of seven arts, crafts, story-telling, and
Jean Schmitt, and Sandra Mrs. Guy Sale on Kingsley Bradford High School, is at- and the maid of honor was Miss children, pleaded not guilty to dramatics. Non-swimmera may

michael. will be served Lake Tuesday for their hus- tending a six weeks COUI'M' Joyce Morgan of Starke. The the new charges Friday and also take baton-twirling and instrumental SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
Refreshments bands. family finance at the Universityof bridesmaid was the sister of the bond was set at $200 each.: Monday music during the
and the public is invited. The group presented Mr. and Florida. groom Miss Glenda Varnes. of last week they enterednot morning sessions under Eldon I INMAN D.I GREEN, Owner

Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr. with a gift The workshop, sponsored The bride, given in marriage by guilty pleas to drunk charges Mathews. A film program will'
Committee Chairmen and cake on the occasion of her jointly by the National Committee her uncle, Mr. Lewis Kennison, and the husband pleaded not be offered daily at the Elemen- TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering;
Named For BPW Club birthday anniversary and their for Education in'Family selected a gown of white tulle guilty to assault and and bat- tary School from 11:15 to 12 for Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

wedding anniversary. Finance, the Institute of Life and Chantilly lace, featuring a tery on his wife. all students. ,
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The Starke BPW club met last Out-of-town guests were Mr. Insurance and the University, high neck line with pointed .collar They were arrested Thursdayin Beginning July 1, the cafe- ,- ,- --, --- -- ,
Thursday evening at the home of and Mrs. J. D. Smith of Tampa. has attracted 31 teachers from and long fitted sleeves The a downtown tavern on the torium will no longer serve pre-
the president, Miss Florence Jen- Alabama, Georgia and Florida. full skirt was decorated with last charges. Trial on all of the pared lunches because of insuffi- "
nings, with Mrs. Edward Hall as During the six weeks, the par- bands of white lace. Her head counts has been scheduled for cient participation in this phaseof
Diane Firth Holds
cohostess.The ticipanta will develop methodsfor piece was of orange blossoms and the next trial term of County the program. students may I GRAVE'S HOME DAIRY I
committee chairman were Party At BlandingDiane teaching such things as bud- held the finger tipped vejl of Court which begins July 8. bring their own lunches how-
appointed and the program for and financial planning scalloped tulle.
geting I boatman's paradise and at this AnnouncesThe
the year outlined. The delegatesto Firth was hostess at a I! investment, banking,. insurance, The bride's bouquet of white Jail SentenceCreates reason of the year our citizens
the State convention gave interesting delightful swim and dancing taxation and pension plans. sweetheart rose buds tapered with will again enjoy the relaxationof
reports. A social hour party and hamburger fry at the white satin ribbon and showered
cruises
ProblemA boating and skiing Installation Of A
was enjoyed at the conclusion of Officer's Club at Camp Bland- July Fourth Dance with lilies of the valley was car- along the lakes, rivers, harbors
the meeting. ing on Tuesday evening. ried on a white Bible. sentence handed to "
coastlines.
seven day and
bridesmaid wore a balle- MODERN HOMOGENIZED UNIT
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Set Saturday NightBeta The Court
Assisting a Negro in :Mayor's Monday Bradford County is typical of
of lilac Chantilly -
Waldo Eastern Star Firth in serving their daughter's rina length gown created a minor problem for policemen the rest of the nation in which
45 guests was Mrs. Hugh In- Sigma Phi sorority will lace and nylon net over : Which one was going to, of the
boating has become one
To Have Fish FryThe gram. sponsor the annual Fourth of matching taffeta. The fitted bod- get rid of the dead armadillo in' most important recneational ac. And Is Now Ready To Serve You
I night, June ice pointed slightly into a bouf-
dance Saturday
July the Negro's car. The animal was
tivities. With such a large number -
Waldo chapter, Order of the bolero with
in fant skirt. A matching
Eastern Star, will have a fish fry Recent BirthMr. 29, beginning at 8:30: p. m. accessories completed her outfit. already creating an unpleasantodor of boats on the water, the -HOME DELIVERY DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY-
,
the USO Building. and none of the officers
Saturday evening from 5 to 8 Her flowers were pink carnations.The Auxiliary urges boat owners to
o'clock for the benefit of the :Ma- and Mrs. Robert Starlingof Tickets are $1.50 per couple maid of honor wore a bal- wanted the job. participate in the safety pro

sonic Bldg. There will also be Lawtey, announce the birthof and all proceeds will go to the lerina length gown of baby blue It convicted was finally man decided while to he escort took gram. HOMOGENIZED Qt. 27c
homemaid pies cakes and candy. a sjn, born June 23 in the Cancer Fund and Brownie Troop. nylon sheer ana lace over matching the -
himself.
of the
care job
The public is invited to attend. Bradford County Hospital. taffeta. Her outfit was com- I
Willie Walker, PASTEURIZED Qt.25c
The Negro .
.I Increases In Fees pleted with complimentary acces- had pleaded guilty to reckless

Set By Post Office sories.Immediately following the cere-! driving and driving with a driver's

New Way fo Wave Increases in fees for several mony church a annex reception where was held four at tiered the sentenced license. Mayor him to W.seven T. Jackson daysor l Phone 441YRoute

types of postal services will go $37.
with
ab into effect July 1, Postmaster G. wedding and cake mints.was A served bride's book I Mayor Jackson postponed sen 2, Box 200, Starke, Florida
J. :McGriff Jr. said this week. punch received tence for James Bell, a garage
Simplified. Included in the items affectedby was kept and the couple. mechanic, after Bell pleaded guil-

the fee increases will be insured many gifts. time with ty to improper parking and caus-
:
v NO Mess r After spending some ing an accident. Police said that t
mail, certified mail, registered the newlyweds left
their guests
w the rear end of a wrecker which
No Guess/ mail, special delivery, special on a wedding trip. Upon their return Bell had parked was sticking into
corrections on mailing make their homeat
*- i handling they will
the road and was struck by a
Wave andneutralize lists and business reply cards,, 4422 Shawnee St. in Jackson- trailer truck.
t McGriff said.Marcia ville.CanYouAfford. forfeited Jack
fu Bonds were I I IA
Smith, $27, charged with public
Hght i from theapplicator Haynes Fetes intoxication; Maxcy W. Gibson, ASK
.
fr Eleventh Birthday $27, reckless driving and causingan CHARLEY E. JOHNS &: SON
Arrest? accident; Isaac Frasiet, Negro,
(1 special introductory offer! Marcia Haynes celebrated her A Traffic $27, speeding; James T. Gaskins, about this question:
$27, reckless driving Al-
\ 11 < > -tfcr l $ ; Stanley
at a
*2 Value*...New Way Toni...plus d 11th birthday anniversary (Continued from Page 1) len Green, $27, reckless ,.driving;
her home on
swim party at Donald A. Clarkson, $12, runningred My neighbor's boat and motor
Value....Double-Easy Applicator Santa Fe Lake :Monday after- don't have sufficient funds. light; and Lee Ernest Wil- were stolen. Someone evidently -
=3 Value...now only! $ 29 PIUS TAX noon for 14 of her friends. Judge Yawn looks with 'disfavor liams, Negro $12, running red
which
under towed it the
on the system light. across
111 1lightweight
Union ServicesUnion citizens can be locked up in I lake at night and threw it on

held traffic convicted.cases even before they ;,Safe Boating UrgedIn a trailer. Does insurance to
services will be are '
KOCH DRUG STOREPHONE Sunday evening at the First "The laws for handling be overhauled traffic," 1 i Special Week : cover a boat and motor

Christian Church with the Rev. violations the judge should stated. "The present I I National Safe Boating Week against loss, theft, or other

53 W. S. McAliley delivering the methods are too unwieldy." will be observed in Florida and damage, cost as little as $10

sermon. He said that there is no dis- nationally next week, June 30-
tiction between the treatment received July 6. This program is being'
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J by a person arrested fora sponsored by the Coast Guard', UiarleyEiolins&SollAgellcy
traffic offense and one arrested Auxiliary, an affiliate of the U.

for a high felony. "Thisis ', S. Coast Guard.In ..._, oi' .
," he said. i cooperation with the
.' not right pro- '
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/.f///I Bonds set by the judge for' gram Gov. LeRoy Colins pro- +
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\ various offenres are: driving"while claimed the week as Safe Boat-
intoxicated, $200; reckless ing Week .in Florida. The gov- a
driving by excessive speed, $50; ernor, in issuing the proclamation Phone 13 Starke, Fla. .c
Excessive speed resulting in an noted that "Florida is a
accident and property damage, +
iii2t ,175; excessive speed resulting In I Easy
injury to person.$100; passing -, t
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stopped school bus, $35; driving PIECE I" :7 to Carry J JN
without license, $35; driving on -# ,'
wrong side of road, $50; improper ;;. "

passing, $50; failing to heed LIVING '. \./ "' .. /" ."... .i'. "
with "
traffic signal, $50; driving .
# license revoked, $500; improper ROOM

muffler, $25; improper license -I Dodd I111D '",
plates, $25; accident involving r ,
r intoxication, $500; accident involving GROUP y W Ys ofr: $.l29.9
$75
property damage, i
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The best way for a motoristto
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cent of the 1-TV CHAIR NEVER BEfORE |ucAfr ; .
f STERLING CLIPPER SKYRITER "Ninety-nine per before me ... c.
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traffic cases 2-END TABLES .t '
for," the judge de- .
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FRIDAY JUNE 28, 1957 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, BTARKE, FLORIDA .. \
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f I NOTICE whose To: James_ ,Earl Norman, 'Jr. 6/21 it 7/12 once each week fer four consecutiveweeka
residence and address
j jI jt June 25, 1957 East South Street, Jackson Is Ohio.: 149. la the Bradford County Tele-
The registration Books ? grapn. ,
I of the You are hereby notified that NOTICE TO APPEAR
City of a Dated this IS day of June, 1957.
Starke Florida, will be suit for Divorce, Custody and la CIrealt Ceart Bradford Oaaty,
..open for Registration of Electors, Control of Minor Child Florida la Chancery. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Char!** A.Carlo
at the City Hall, In the City of has been Alimony Bonnie Lou Clerk of the Ctreuit Court
filed Thompson,
x r $ !Starke, Florida, from Thursday, above named Court against and you In the Denver Thompson Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
July 11, A.D., 1957, cause and 6/21 4t 7/12
I from 9:00 A.M. yon are required to serve copy Case No. 10-223S
to 5:00 P.M. each day except Sat- of your answer or pleading to the Notlr T* Appear
JMTHE urdays, from 9:00.A.lL to 12:00 complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor- To: Denver, Thompson whose residence -
o'clock noon, through Saturday, and address is: 5430
t August 10, A.D.. 1957, 12:00 o'clock neyAlan C. Winters, Jr. 319 Forida Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth. Texas.Camp
noon.
Title Building Jacksonville You are hereby notified
Fla. that a
-J CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA. and file the original In the office or suit for divorce, custody and AGOT'Ai'SUMMER
Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Smith and I Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Py Carl Johns, Registration Officer the Clerk of the Circuit Court on control of minor children
Raney returned 6/28 2t 75NOTICE has been filed
or before the 29th of July,i against you In the
.daughter Judy Carol, of Tampa, to their home In Free 1957; otherwise the allegations of above named Court and cause and I GOLD
are visiting Mrs. said Complaint will be taken yuO are required to serve a
Smlth'a mother man, Va. on Thursday after two as your answer copy of
confessed or
by pleading
to
yon. the
Mrs. Laura Tison this week. weeks visit with Mr. and :Mrs. fa Clremlt Crart.TO. Bradford APPEAR This' notice shall be publishedonce 0 plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney com

Keith Berry of Dillon s. C. Floyd Green and Mr. and Mra FUridai !. CfcMrery. Ceury weeks each week for four consecutive Starke T. Frank, Florida Landrum P. O. Box 54. $. LTAKE7- forf
In
the Bradford
spent Saturday to Thursday N. B. Rosier. George Helen ,L.Defendant George, Plaintiff, vs. Paul 'Telegraph. County and file the original the office of

. 'With his grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Kolin and Case No. 10-2246 Dated this 25th day of June, 1957. the Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or ta a symptomatic.RELIED
Mrs. J. 3 x{ Ncflee T. Appear OFFICIAL SEAL) Cnarles A. Darby before
s. Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. son Douglas left for Clerk of the of July 1957
Wednesday To: Paul George: whose residence Circuit Court ;
Sapp accompanied Keith home Aberdeen, Md. where .Douglas and address is: Muncy Valley, .By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk otherwise Complaint the will allegations of raid UUM

and will visit Mr. and Mra. will attend the Small Arms Pennsylvania.Ton 6/28 4t 7/19 teased by yon. be taken is con
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Victor Berry for two. weeks in school of the National Guard for ,cult are for a hereby divorce notified care custody<
Dillon. and control I la Cimit C. rt. Bradford -
of minor child Ceuty. -
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six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Nolin
has been filed against yon In the FlerMai la Ckaaeery. =i
Mrs. T. D. Stroud of Jacksonville went on to Washington D. C. 3 above named Court and cause and Anthony J. Rubino, Plaintiff, vs.

:visited Mrs. J. H. Fields the and New York for two weeks you are required to serve a copy 01 Florence Rubino, Defendant.
your answer Case No.
: or pleading to the 10-2237
, first part of the week. vacation. complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney Notice T. AppearsTo mmTV

SUMMER CLEARANCE this : Joseph K. Skipper. 221 Florida : Florence Rubino, whose resi
Title Bldg., Jacksonville 2, Fla. dence and address Is: 112 Curtis
. Friday and Saturday at Lena's. and file the original in the office of Lane ,Yonkers. New York. & RADIO
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Corey of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or You are hereby notified that a SERVICE
before the suit for divorce, custody, control
Lake City were Sunday visitorsof 29th day of July, 1957; and support of minor children 228 S. 'Walnut St.
FLORIDATHEATRE Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Mersereau. otherwise the allegations of said has been filed against you m the Starke, Florida
1 Complaint will be taken as confessed above named Court and cause and
Miss Sue Biggs visited Mr. by you. yon are required iu serve a copy of
This notice shall be published, your answer or pleading to the
and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. last
once each week for four eonmentrve complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Friday evening while enroute to weeks In the Bradford County Tele T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box 546, PHONE 509LATEST
graph. Starke, Florida
St. Augustine after spending the STATE REP. DOYLE E. CONNER I I Dated this and file
displays the large leather bound 2&U day of June, 1957. the original in the office
past two years in California. She chair (OFFICIAL, aiuAL) Charles A. Dare of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
which was presented to him by members of the House of Representatives Clerk of the Circuit Court or before the
plans to remain in Florida. for his services By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 22day of July. 1957; SCIENTIFIC'TEST EQUIPMENT .
Fri., Sat. June,28, 29 Miss Sylvia Paulk was enter as Speaker. The members presented 6/28 4t 7/19 otherwise the allegations: of sail INSURES ACCURATE
1 Airs. Conner with Complaint will be taken. confessed REPAIRS ATSensible
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE tainer at the Kiwanis luncheonat a silver service. I by you. I

the Roosevelt Hotel, Jacksonville This notice shall be ,published >>
Miss Joanne Slade is the guestof Mrs. W. E. NOTICE: TO APPKAB ence each week for four consecutive Prices
Monday noon. That evening Criswell underwent fa CirrBlt Ceara. Braofer weeks In tb BRADFORD COUNTY
she sang for 'the Lions Clubin Charles Sawyer and family in surgery last week in Doctor's Plarldai la Chaaecir- Ce r.ty. rELEQRAPfl.. .

Miami this week. Hospital.Mr. Lessie M. Norman, Plaintiff, vs. Dated this 18 day of June, 1957. Results Not Excuses
Macclenny. (OFFICIAL
. |I Dr. and James Earl Norman Jr. Defendant. SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Friends of the Gene Longs Mrs. Seymour Marco and Mrs. Blake Jackson Case No. 10-2245 Clerk of the Circuit Court
were in Notice By Marian L. Crosby Deputy .
to Clerk
Daytona Beach Tuesdayand Appear .
will be to hear that their and -
happy family spent the past three K -:

daughter, Helen Jane, returned Wednesday. weeks at Spring Lake. ,. -
home Tuesday from Bradford Mrs. D. E. Knight had as her

County Hospital and is getting guest this week, Mrs. Charles Bessie Mrs. Effie Johns visited Mrs. Some Of The Letters '
( PEI. Larsen of Lakeland. Sapp in Raiford on Sun
along nicely.Mr. day. Received On
t and Mrs. Merritt Williams Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Farber and "Why I YOU

accompanied by Mrs. J. F. Rogers son, Gary, and Mrs. Annie Shelp SUMMER CLEARANCE this Like WRGR" Radio

returned Saturday from two Friday and Saturday at Leila's. "
and Mra Walter Rogers of
AND Jacksonville attended the Rivers weeks vacation in upper Adi- Mr. and :Mrs. Wesley Andrewswill Contest

! rondack Mountains, N. Y. visit have as their guests the
reunion at Bid
; TORRID ? family Jay ing friends and relatives. next two weeks at the Bence
Springs, Ga. over the weekend. They 547 W. Madison St. HOME

While there they were the guestsof were accompanied back by Miss cottage on Kingsley Lake, their .Starke, Fla. TOWNSTATION

'mwr I Mr. and Mrs. George Know- Gloria Jean Farber of Newport, family, Mr. and :Mrs. Ronald June 20, 1957

r '" .PfMl-.c les of Douglas, Ga. N. Y. who is visiting the Farbers Andrews and son, Jimmy, of Dear Betty: .

II r w..w.p r w ? I Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Land- and Carolyn McLeod for a Anaheim, Calif., Mr. and Mrs.

MARy KAVE TRIO month. Bernard Cohen of Aberdeen, Md. I think we the people of Starke
rum and his daughter, Frances,
"IA\t IIEUN G AYCIJ Mrs. K. C. Scott and Mrs. and :Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. and Bradford County should be
in Houston, Texas visiting
are
Cha- ls.. Miss Idell Landrum. Ollie Mae Bradley of Leesburg Nix Jr. of Overland Park, Kans.|so happy to know we can turn on \

I'L. I..w llano s.re? DRESSES, $5, $9, and $11 spent a few days this week with Mrs. L. B. Chambers and son, 'i I:our WRGR Station in our own,
and
1NNYlDPQll Mr. and Mrs. H. E. and Charles City County and get the
",, at LEJLA'S. Bradley are in Tuskegee, Ala. '
I
news, advertising, rental -
", fL.M I .1'"t II0"fJ'1 iOUHiIE Mrs. G. O. Wilson of Bain- family. this week visiting her parents, .'; etc. property

1 '1A1101Ilflt bridge, Ga. is spending three Mr. and Mrs William Buckleyand Mr. and Mrs. Charles Payne. I That we owe it to WRGR to

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-- C. R. Williams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buckley of were in Valdosta, Ga. over the appreciate it. *

_: I Linda Smith is visiting her Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. Al weekend visiting: TjSgt. and Mrs.L. For instance we get the news
, Hartmann
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. last week. K. Richardson and family. before some of us get out of bed.

Tins "Safety Second" Cartoon and i Marcus Baggett in Melbournefor .Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. Sonny and Leslie Hardigree We can make our own plans after "The Clock
.
Irene Johns of Green Cove Watcher"
Chapter No. 6 "Congo Bill, Ser- two weeks. returned to West Palm Beach hearing the news. If we are plan- -

ial. i Friends of Mrs. 'V. SSt.. Springs spent the weekend with Sunday after two weeks visit ning to buy merchandise, furni- .
Mr .and Mrs. Willard Pass and 5
John will regret to hear she with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. ture, groceries, cars, etc. we can 4 ,. 1:00.9:00 A.M. '
I
SUN.. MON.. TUES. broke a bone in her ankle last family in Tallahassee.Mr. I get the best prices broadcast to "
I Brenda of Gainesville is ,..,
June 30 July 1, 2 Friday when she turned her and Mrs. Robert Cantrelland Kelly us. I just don't see how we got a
t family and Mr. and Mrs. spending this week with her
! ankle at home. along before we had the station. rSAM 2ACK
James Reddish of Jacksonvillewere uncle and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wigginsand And the "Chatter Box" by Betty ;

.NOWEVERYONE family spent Saturday to Saturday visitors of Mr. R. Kelly. Gray, well you just help us so -

I Tuesday in Elizabethtown, N. C. and Mra Robert Green and Mr. DRESSES, $5, $9, and $11 much. Everyone I have talked to ,. 5 Manager)

where they attended the Calli- and Mrs] N. P. Joyner. at LEILA'S.Mrs. enjoys that so much. *55.
CAN SEEIJ!. han family 'reunion 'at' White Dianne and Buster Ritch of Jewell Faulk and children ,' -We especially listen tothe, Per s.< j.'S: ? v ;.

Lake. Hialeah are sprending three of Jacksonville are spend- ry Van Show. Mr. Perry talks so -" \ '

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller and weeks with their grandparents ing the summer with her parents plain and so understanding, and *-

daughter, Marcia, and son, Sam, Mrs Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter the music he plays is just wonderfuL '

1.k have spent the past two weeksin Green. Sr. and with the junior Cart We enjoy it so much. B *

T the Northeast. Mr. Miller Miss Gloria Johns of ,Jackson- ers at Kingsley Lake. Then on Sunday morning if you

at the Wash- ville spent the weekend with are not able to go to church. and --:" -
h underwent surgery Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Green .
and HospitalIn Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. Griffin Sunday School you can turn on "The
,.: ington Sanitarium and son, Herby, visited Story- Chatterbcr.
is returned to Jacksonville with \VRGR and ,hear your own pastor #.S t ..
Washington, D. C. and con- land and the Zoo in Jacksonvilleon ,
Sam spent a Miss Johns to spend a week and religious programs. Which I > 9 ,
Q af there. -S. S 55
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S..yaee week valescing with Mrs. S. L. Hinkle in with Dr and Mrs. C. C. Sunday. am sure everyone enjoys.In ',-$;"':''' ,',If, ,-... 9:05 10:00 AJ1. .
Mendoza.Mr. Miss Lillian Stump drove Mra fact I am so happy we have H'
while Mrs. Miller i t
Va. _
Quantico, Mrs. Miller's and Mrs. E. F. Call of Ruby Collins to her home in WRGR in our County and City. c ;i

i t iI and Marcia Dr.visited and Mrs, F. W. Charlotte, N. C. were weekend Rockledge, Fla. on Sunday and Respectfully, k I. S ; ..'-.} BETTY GRAY
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parents Mass. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews. '"
Baker In Rockland ':j:. ;
celebrate their Ritch and :Mrs. and Mrs. H. C. Mrs. Richard Fowler there. Mrs. .1 -.,".. (Women's
Bakers Director
the .
I helped Ritch. Collins had been visiting the )

59th wedding anniversary. Mrs. GET SET for your vacation Stumps, Mrs. Del Colley and WRGR is a very good station If __ .0'1.
Miller also attended her 25th _,. ... ; ....'
Bull- for the and I would like to in 1 .ul .'
College class reunionin with a Movie Camera from Mrs. Daisy Perryman put a plug +-S" .' '

Simmonds Boston. :Marcia remained in ington's. For sale or rent. (tf) past week. for it. It has personality and is -

at "Old Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawaon Mrs. Margaret Blankenshipand always up to date with news and
the North to take a job
of Lakeland will spend the visited Mrs. Edna activities.I .
Mass. family j.-
Chatham,
Harbor Inn,
y weekend with :Mr. and :Mrs. H'I Blankenship in Starkville, Miss. am particularly .partial to .
for the summer. I "
"The Perry Van Show. The
CLEARANCE this A. Lawson. and relatives in Jackson, Miss. program
SUM31EH Mrs. George Manassa and never gets monotonous, be-
at Leila's. last week.
Friday and Saturday cause of Perry's sense of humor,
children of Green Cove Springswere
e Mr. and Mrs. John P. Simpsonof visitorsof Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Flippinand and the different types of music S -s "The Perry Van Show"
last Friday evening
. Takoma, Park Md. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green. family of Nashville Tenn, that he plays. He can make you I -
I- mother Mrs. R. S. Fernandez this week of Mr. and
her are guests feel that you know him personally -
Noegel
Leonard
CINEMASCOPE ftCotabiTlCmiCOlOft Mr. and Mrs. 12:304:00 PJL
for two weeks. vacation at Mrs. Robbie Shaller. and even the tourists feel at .
spent last week on
Dr. Warren Kaufman has returned Beach. During the week Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Mooty and home.
Flagler
'S
/I HAW:rrafcctw. taM*.i sat eomm rot home from seven weeks they visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene family of Miami were Sunday This station has done wonders 'S'S : ,. PERRY VAN

visit with relatives in Pennsylvania. afternoon visitors of Mr. and !in bringing the people of this city
Plus "Steel Wool" Cartoon 'Carnell in Daytona and went on ,
I' closer together, and has createda .
a deep sea fishing trip out from Mrs. Harry Mooty. .: *
WED., THURS.. FRI. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilhoolyand I Daytona Beach. Mrs. J. H. Fields spent last more friendly and welcome at- :t : :Traffic Director) Of'jj'J -

July3,4,5 daughter Elaine, leave Saturday Jr. and mosphere.Miss ._ ,
Mrs. Benedict Finzer, Wednesday and Thursday with
for two weeks vacation Joyce Beal, & aG .,..... '""< ,
Chris, are in St. Matthews and Mrs. Robert E. Tannerin ?
son, Mr. "i ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gil- and P. O- Box 3-A, Hampton, Fla. "': t..u., ,
Mr.
Ky. visiting her parents, Baldwin. P

hooly Mrs.in Charity New York.Allen. of Tampa :Mrs J. L. Kirchner and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. E.. McKinney ., ,

:Mrs. Finzer, Sr visiting

Lesile Allen of Orlando were in Palatka Sunday June 21 1957 I
2O. and son, Howard and Mrs. .
taNTURYFOXasw Sunday guests of Mrs. J. Mrs. Marcus Mrs. J. G. Millican. .r- *
were of Lake Butler
t and Mrs. Clarence Roberts Reddish of Dear Betty Gray: t-"
M. Mitchell and Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Duncan
and :Mrs. T. E. Wednesday
Lester Crews. Gainesville were Tuesday guestsof Webster were last Although we have not met, I
and Mrs. Russell Eberle visitors of Mr. and Mrs A. E.
Mr. Mrs. K. G. Duncan. feel that I know you through
family will leave Saturdayfor McKinney.Mrs. andI ;: ; At-Your Request"aE
The mast and Mrs. R. F. Prather and daughter your program every morning, '.
two weeks vacation with of Jennings La. are J. R. Kite will spend the am writing this little personalnote t .If.S "' '
Sandra S
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I liilnt sura relatives in Pittsburg Pa. spending, a month with Mrs. Fay weekend in Tallahassee visitingDr. to ten you how much I enjoy -.S I ;,4:006:00 P.M.

firtmsintlatimskik Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and it. "'
and family. fL
Gill
and son, Robin spent Tuesday to W. B. Robb of Judge and Mrs. Glenn Terrell. In fact all the programs on a
Mrs.
Mr. and
tin patStttkrnSt Sunday vacationing in Miami Columbia. S. C. were visiting Mr. Mrs. X. M. Smith and son, WRGR have filled a place in my ,CHUCK DENTON

and Key West. Mrs. J. Doyle over the : Mike, spent last week in Opa- life. As a newcomer to Starke, -

Mrs B. A. Pope, Jr. and children and locka visiting her parents, Mr. I depend on WRGR to get acquainted ;
THE Va. are wending weekend. with the. various busi- : (Chief Announcer) 1
of Norfolk Dankel of Brunswick. Ga. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden. Barry : #' ., =
,
the month of July with her John his grandparents I ness firms, the churches and min- '. ": .
his
week with Smith is visiting '
mother, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins' at is spending this Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. isters as well as the news and' ,,j...' "; MM ,,",.. '' !,!'v' ._l'.'.._... .
Dankel
,
cousin Nat The music r .
brightens
sports. my :.
Lake '
TOTHEGOLD Kingsley Vickers spent last Smith in Lyons, Ga. ,<. ;
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Muller of Carolyn Lucile working hours. I

Summit N. J. are guests of her week in Lakeland visiting and .. SUMMER CLEARANCE this Since your program contains .

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Wynn. Her parents, Mr. her Friday and Satuiday at Leila's. this variety in addition to your 0/ ,'. *

land Mrs Earl B. Searing and Mrs. J. M. Vickers called for )lr., and Mrs. N. I* Woodburn personal "live" touch, it is my ,

Mrs. Glen G. Searing of Kingsley on Sunday and spent the day and family have spent the past I favorite. ,

Lake. with Mr. and Mrs. T. Wynn. two weeks visiting friends and Sincerely,

ON.iiScCPEt DRESSES, $5, $9, and $11 Mr. and Mra. R. C. Crews have relatives in the North Central .I Marzella Enlow, "Revolving Bandstand"

:sang at LEILA'S. moved to 421 St. Clair St. States. They are' now rentingone 614 N. Lake St, City
last
Theresa Thomas spent of the apartments
Blankenship
Mrs. Donald Boner and Mrs. 6:30.8:00 P3L
Odessa
aunt :Miss
week with her on Church street. Mr.
Ida Dekle of Richmond, Va.
Thomas, in Lake City. Woodburn has returned to his Rt. 1, Box 242, Starke, Fla.
i visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. pitch
McRae
Mr. and Mrs. Barney position with the Gem Jewelry June 21,1957 BOB FRANKLIN

last Thursday. Sr. and grandchildren, Beverly store. ... <: "
Mrs. H. L. Speer of West Hello Mrs. a
visiting Betty Gray:
Beth were
and Mary George Graudon of Little 1- .

Palm Gainesville Beach, Mrs.and Y.Mrs.A. Ernest Harrisof Mr.: and Mrs. L D. Wells In At- Falls, N. y: is making his home I want to say Hello to you every (Control Operator) r'

of lanta from Monday to Wednes with his brother, Fred Graudon, .morning. I think your program .,-.
Ping "Bear Feat" Cartoon ant Boland and son, Barry ..
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few and family. i very important to Starke and my I "r""" t..11 k '
"Green Gold SportsCelebrate Athena Ga. spent a days day.Mr. H C. Stith and ; ;f' .P
and Mrs.
.Mra R. C. Weaver of Miamiis favorite program is Clock Wather -
this week with Mr. and Mrs. 0" : "
son Scott, of Washington, D. C. spending' this week with her because it gives me pep and :

the 4th Lex Green and Mr.:Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Charles G. J. are spending three weeks with 'daughter, ,Mrs. Hogan Smith I enjoy doing my house work so

Harris their, grandmother. Mrs H. L.Brownteejierei ,and family. .early in the morning. .I think "

McGriff, Sr. '' ,and at;. ,Brown- : Yrs:: "4 Dwight. ". : : Marshall aid everybody should, take timer out '

withQMovieAT : :Mr.and Mrs. 'Durwood 'O'Brienof lee cottage at tSt .VAugusUae ,:children' ''. J ;.: ..Apalachicola spent I to listen to their home town station O"K.'C

Atlanta were last Thursdayand Beach. and its good S
:the past week with her parents, programs. "-

THIS THEATRE Friday visitors of Mr. and :Mr. and Mrs.. Lowell Mathewsare Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland., Yours truly, -

Mrs. Lv .B, Alvarez and Mrs. E. visiting relatives in Virginia DRESSES $I' .U..., |9,, *ad. ".$11 ':Martha' .Ann Cooper, r* t... ,. "

,C. Priest. .' "..1.. ,. ,",,- City, Jlont for three weeks. at UCLA'S.. .: 5 '-- '- --.,

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PACE SIX BRADFORD COUNTT TIILrGB j nj. STARKE. FLORIDA, -
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1957
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"TTTTYVYYYTTYTYYTYYYYTTT1PINE nn..........T.......Vr ( .,I I ,VTfffTtMfMfVMMfTTMLAWTEY last Sunday. father -
Rubin Burrin was a busi-
, and Mrs Bryant Reddish. -
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills Jr.,, ness man In
'HAMPTONBy Lawtey for
some-
Friends of Mrs. Lula Cruce
LEVEL HIGHLANDDy and family spent Thursday and time returned to Indiana 75 will regret to learn that she suffered FOR DEPENDABLE,,
Friday in Jacksonville with the
fy.Mn. Joyce T. Futen years ago. The great grandfather -, a heart attack at the homeof
senior Mills.
by Bin. 1L Al. ftlclUeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Sin. Lacy Normas&AAAAAAA&A&&A&AAAAA&AA Mra. IX Lull T. J Burrin: was one of the Mrs Mamie. Clarke at Heilbronn. Termite Control
A A&AAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling and earliest settlers in this section. .-

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAA.AJBaptist Mary Reddish went home daughter visited Mrs. Zilphia He operated a saw mill about a Mr. and'' Mrs. Woodrow Callan O saw ft
Muse In Starke Commercial
The revival meeting at Pine The Black Creek Sunday Bible School with her son and daughterinlaw Sunday after- mile south of Lawtey, and'was and family, of Kingsley Lake

Level Baptist Church conductedby School Assn. met here Sunday Vacation Bible School at Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish, noon.Mrs. post master at the Post Office called on the W. L. Mills Jr., Pest Control
.
Evangelist Don Chenoweth of with the Orange Street church Baptist Church will begin and will spend some time In : Troy Bennett and Gary then known as Burrin, Fla. He family on Monday afternoon.The O Grove Spraying
Tampa closed Sunday night with winning the banner for the largest this year Monday, July 8 and run Webster. had as weekend guests Mr.and was formerly captain of an Joyce Futch family and

19 memters added to the church. representation. The fish fry for eight days through Wednes- Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mrs. Jacobs of Jacksonville and English ship on Lake Erie hav- Carolyn and Doyle Kelly enjoyed Can FB.; 6-60S5

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez was enjoyed by everyone. The day, July 17, Pastor Marvin E. Phillips will be interested to Troy and Wayne Bennett of ing been licensed In 1848. Mr. 'a picnic supper at Strick

have moved back to this section next meeting will be at the Faile said this week. learn that Leslie has returned Titusville. Burrin's great great grandfatherwas land's Landing on Friday after- Florida Peat Control

from Palatka. We welcome them Pickettville Baptist Church. Claaes will begin each morning from the hosptal in Jacksonvilleand Peter Jenkins of Jacksonville the first man to sail a shipon noon, to help Ralph Futch cele-
Hardee at 9 and continue until spent the week with his grand- Lake Superior.Mr. & Chemical Co.
here again. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. a. m. they were weekend guests brate his 14 birthday anniversary -
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Batten and and children of Callahan attended 12 noon, for ages three of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. An- and Mrs. Hubert Priest .. U N. W. 16th AT*.
ders. Mrs. Jenkins 'and
children of Jacksonville visited church here Sunday. through 13. Transportation will Mrs. Claudia Strickland ot daughter and family were shopping in Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey .Tr.

the X. J. Fenders Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof be provideed for any children in Gainesville and ,Miss Elizabeth came for Peter on Sunday Jacksonville on Monday and and daughter, Kathy, were Calnmfflc, FloridaFRIGIDAIRE

also attended church here. JacksonvDle spent the week- the area not having a way to Terry were Thursday luncheon afternoon.Mr. Thursday. weekend guests of the senior

We enjoyed the glorious revival and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanend the school. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. and 'Mra. Troy Bennett and Misa.Mary Ann Motes, who is Caseys in Auburndale.. .
last week especially the with the L. M. Normans. Mrs. C. L. Cooper will serveas Durham In Jacksonville.Mr. Wayne visited Mr. and Mrs attending the University of Teaton LambertMr.

conga by Mrs. Don Chenoweth. of Jacksonville were Sunday superintendent Refreshmentswill ana Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Henry Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Florida, this summer spent the and Mrs. Raymond A. j jTHE

Mrs. Lucian Conner; Mrs. Glen Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson be served each morning by and family of Ocala visited Mr. Clifton Smith. \In Jacksonville weekend with her grandmother, Lambert announce the marriageof i

Conner, Mrs. V. E. Thornton. afternoon guests of the Lacey women of the church. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt last week. Saturday.Mrs.., Leslie. Sweat and Misses Mrs. Effie Miner their ,daughter, Carole Ann, '
Tony and Mae Gonzalez and Fees The Fred Moore to Charles Edward Teston BEST-KNOWN I
Normans. Mailing Mr. and Mra Erlie Padgett Max family had as son! '
of
Alene Sweat
and
Helen
others. Fred Pendarvis of Lawtey visited Go Up July 1 and children spent last Wednes- afternoon visitors weekend guests Mrs. Seeb An- of J. Blaine Teston, and the late NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION i
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and Sunday'with Larry Norman. Beginning the first of July, day at the Zoo In Jacksonville.Mrs. vIDe were Sunday drews and daughter Debbie, of Mrs. Teston, on Saturday, June I
Mrs. Vare Mitchell and Evangelist Winifred Wilkinson of Jack- fees for registered certified in- H. D. Fevec and family ofMr. and Mrs. 0. J. An- Wildwood. Mr. Andrews is em- 15, at Portsmouth Air Base RANGES

and Mrs. Don Chenowethwere sonville and :Marie Bell of Max- sured, and special delivery mail of Jacksonville were weekend ders and Mrs. Sam Hicks. ployed in Jacksonville with the Chapel, Portsmouth New Hamp WATER HEATERS

luncheon guests of Mr. and vIDe attended church here Sun- will ,go up, according to Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosley Seaboard Hallway Co shire.Mr. ,AIR CONDITIONERS
and family of Jacksonville were
Mrs. A. J. Fender and family day.Mrs. Mary Wiliams, Hampton post- Callen and attended Sunday weekend guests of the Dave ).11'. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and Mrs. Teston visited WASHERS &: DRYERS
Friday of last week. Sarah Norman Mrs. mistress. School at First Baptist Church had as Sunday guests Mr. ana his father, and other relatives -

Mrs. B. M. Myrick and chil- Ellen Norman and little Mitchelland Money order fees will also be Sunday.Mrs. Tanner family. of the :Mrs. Ernest Williams and son, here, and in Jacksonvile, before
dren of Brunswick Ga., Mrs. Robert Rachel Prescott were all in higher, she siid. New rates for Mary Locke Is visitingher Miss Elizabeth Tatum Donnie, 'Mrs. George Summerlinand here and in Jacksonville before Get The Best For Less 1
and University of Florida sent the
Myrick and children Jacksonville on business Friday. for Leon and in Las Joe and returning to Portsmouth wherehe
family
money orders will be 15 cents son, weekend with her Mr. son, Wayne Williams At
visited parents,
of Starke Jacksonville
Mrs. Sue Myrick Thursdayof Dock Norman of 1 cent to $5; 20 cents on $5.01 Cruces N. M. Leon has Just returned and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. of Lake City, and Mr. and will be stationed until Janu-
the H. M. McRaes visited friends and relatives Sun- from service in Korea Mrs. Bernard Williams
to $10; and 30 cents on $10.01to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffis and fam- ary.L.
last week. day.Rev. $100. Special delivery will be and will be stationed at Las Cru- and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffis ily, of Daytona Beach. S. Tanner and son. Oral Smith Game

Visitors of the H. M. McRaes T. M. Knight of Maxvillewas 30 cents Instead of 20 cents. ces for some time. were In Jacksonville Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. .Fred Cannon were business visitors to Jack- -
Sunday were M*. and Mrs. John the dinner guest of Albert Norman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starlingand and moved sonville on Saturday.Mr. j
Sherry see Miss Minnie Lee Griffis whois daughter, recently to
Roberts of Melrose Mr. and Normans Sunday.Mr. Fetes 4th Birthday daughter of Highland were a patient in Hope Haven Hos- the State Farm where Mr. Can- and Mrs. Henry Monds Sales and Serrle
Mrs. A. F. Hall and daughters and %lrs. Raymond Griffis Sherry Norman, daughter of Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and non Is employed. and daughter Miss Blanche, of We service Afl )fre..t 1.

Dianne and Delores of Jacksonville and daughter Bernice, of New Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman, Mrs.. Joe Starling and Miss pital.Miss State Farm visited Mrs. Elisha Electrical Appliance j jGOI
Deepest sympathy is extendedto
McRae of Normans Fannie Tatum of Ripley,
and Mrs. Laura River'visited the Lacey Geraldine Starling. Wilkerson last week.
celebrated her fourth birthday I Miss. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. the family of Mr. Ed Carter N. Tuple Aye
Reddish and Louie Lee Wainwright of
\Valdo. Monday.A Mrs. Maxie
Mrs. A. J. Fender and daugh- thought for the week: GodIs Sunday her home.June 23, with a party daughter of Oklahoma are visit- E. Tatum. who passed away on Monday Avon Park was greeting old PHONE 120
at afternoon.Mrs. .
ter, Geraldine and son James our refuge and strength a After and gifts birth- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ezra Gault, Mrs. Carl friends here on Saturday.
visited relatives at Theressa lastweek. very present help in trouble. games Les McClellan. Griffis and son, and W. E. Gault Hattie Darley has moved I
served
cake and punch were
I Psalm 46:1. day Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce were shopping in Jacksonville on her house from its location on I i
I Personals to the 14 guests. spent Sunday afternoon with Friday. U. S. 301 to her recently pur- From where Im sitting JoeMarsh"Fishin' : ; 1
chased lots which
Charles Manier, who has been Mrs. Annie Stevens in Jackson- Newn Burney of Starke calledon were formerly .
owned by the late Mrs. Pearl
1 stationed in New York, with the Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp Sun- .
AHEAD ville.Mrs. Hein and Mrs.
HOLIDAY Futch.
JULY 4th I Id Air Force, arived home Sundayfor Mae Wells and Mrs. L. day morning and reported that Vaughn and Rachel Joyce Prescott : ;
a two-week viist with his H. Hill were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sapp's sister-in-law Mrs. I
have moved their house from ?
) I Louise Manier. He Mrs. Pearce Jones in Fernandina Will Burney had suffered a Story'
mother, Mrs. Highland on this property also. \

I expects to be wnt to Germany Donald Slade spent last weekendin slight stroke on Friday. Mrs. Les Prevatt and children F. ..._ur- -- i
Mrs. Lulu Dority and F. A. r
after his furlough. -
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Lynn with Mr. and Mra Vernon of State Farm visited :
Mr.
Willie
dinner hear about that wide front porch real
Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and had as Wednesday guests Sometimes you people (
t children spent Sunday in Max- Slade Jr. and daughter. ot Mrs. Viola Willis and daughterof Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. J. and you like 'em before you fine people. __ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch B. Bradley this week. to 'em. I took Doc
Mr. and St. Augustine, and on Satur- ever get see sittin' there's
ville with her parents, last weekend in From where I'm
Lawtey spent fishin' Sat-
Mrs. C. M. Greene. day Mr. and Mrs. M. McCormackof Mr. and Mrs. Edward Masseyand Sherman cane pole a lot of meaning in that little
Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. children urday and we drove to:>> a spotI
and Jacksonville visited them. will move their sign. Forbidding people to do
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Forsyth Leon Sauls and family. Mr. and know. All down the road we
trailer make unfriendly
from
the
Trail things can
Ridge '
family of Jacksonville Beach Mrs. Futch are the parents of Mrs. Henry Sapp had as Mine road to their saw "No trespassin' signs. feelings. Not interfering with
spent last weekend here with Mrs. Sauls. guests during the week Mr. and property Doc said something about hedidn't the other man's. way of life
which
they purchased last week laws.
relative Visitors during the :Mrs. W. W. Hammond, Mrs. Mrs. Everett Burney Jr. ot from Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith. want to break any makes friends, that is not inter-
weekend at the home of Mr. and Leaston Forsyth and baby, Mr. Amarilla Texas, Mrs. Burney We kept goin' 'til we came to fering with things like fishing or
Mrs. Joe Forsyth and Mrs. Ina and Mrs. Otis Fonyyth and family Sr., Mrs. Pearl Johnston ana Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris the lake and then be saw it. A having a cool glass of ale with
and G. and daughter, of Jacksonville neat little sign that said l'wg real fine people.
Knight were T. F. Butler and Mrs. Ina, Knight and Mrs. daughter granddaughter, .
were recent guests of Mr. and forgive trespassers". Doc said .
in W. Durham and Mr. and Mrs.
son, W. A., of Heilbronn. Joe Forsyth and son, visited
Mrs. C. W. Thomas. be wanted to meet the people
all of Jacksonville.Mr.
with their with Mr. and Mrs. Griffin CL
Visiting grand- Heilbronn that put up .a sign like that so .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ed Silcox Saturday evening. and Mrs. James G. Burrin Mrs. Lois Carter and sons and we walked up to the house.

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat., June 29 Bedenbaugh, this week are the Mrs. Silcox is spending this and son of Bridgeport, Ind.. who Floyd Denmark and family of while and
and Jacksonville, were recent guestsof We visited quite a
with Mr. have been vacationing with rela- .
two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. week in Hampton cool of ale on ff'::: .
glass
t visited Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford. enjoyed a i .
Olen Bedenbaugh. Mrs. Joe Forsyth. They tives in Miami, were Sunday

: MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANTCOFFEE Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Grady of in Brooker Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. A. M. Blanchardand Little Mary Jack Pons is the I ... Copyright,1957 Uiuttd State Brcwcn Fogy .-,
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mra with the Lee Parrishes. family. Mr. Burrin's grand- guest of her grandparents, Mr. --- I

Madison Lee of Perry were week- I .
ZJar99C 1
end visitors in Hampton with i
'
the W. A. Saxons and Mrs. J. '

LIMIT ONE PLEASE H. Saxon. BIG' M .57..TAKES ORDERS LIKE A PRIVATE
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews

left last week for Mandarin to
I
stay with Mrs. Andrews' parents -
obedience! Start!
and to care for her mother Instant
FINE QUALITY SHORTENING who is ill. Neutral! Low! Drive! Re- ,

The H. F. Jones family left verse The Big M's Merc-

ASTOR or this week for Virginia to visit 0-Matic Keyboard Control

LB. 69C relatives and friends for a vacation does just about everything
CAN
trip ,, but salute. It's so advanced
FLUFFOLIMIT Mrs. Ralph Piersall has been ;
release the ..
can even t
ONE FlUFFO, PLEASE ill for several days at her home you
near Hampton.Mrs. : Toe-Set parking brake by :, ,, I

Lanier is visiting this Y. ...y pushing a button.COMMANDS. ;; ;y, : ";
week in North Carolina.
Sunday visitors at the V. J. 4r

DIXIE DARLING slades in Hampton were Mr. and

Mrs. Free Hall of Gainesville

and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hughesof

May'naiseARMOUR : 49C Titusville.Mrs. THE ROAD

and Howell _____
H. M. Wiggins t* +x __

.I, Williams sonville Thursday were visiting afternoon.in Jack- t:_ LIKE A GENERAL

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicksof i

Orlando visited Mrs. Hicks' ::!I !; fh ... i:::1

OR "EAT-RITE" mother, Mrs Mamie Meade, in :::.:.. .:.:..::.:..:.:.:..:,:...:.:.::::.:...: '':"i.':.::..::;....t...;.:=1 You're in charge on any road. Here's two tons of solid authority : .
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Hampton, on Saturday, and at- }:.::::::tjhh.: :: .:::/tf:;:;.: .:.,, slung low (less than 411 feet) to take the tightest turns built wide I
tended a family reunion in Jack- ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.: .. ......... ,:::.::.:..::::::..::::::::";.-:::.::: (6' feet) to hold the roughest roads made mighty ( to 290 bp)
.. .. .
.
CONTROLLED QUALITY BEEF! :::::::::::::::;::.i::;::::::::::::::. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::t up
sonville on Sunday.Mrs. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ,...:..:.::.:.:.::>::::W:::::;::::;::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::>:<':' to do the exceptional with matter-of-fact ease.

7" CUT Betty May began sum-
mer school classes at the Univer- .
sity of Florida this week. A

RIB ROAST Lb 59CTENDER teacher in the Starke schoolsfor
the past two years Mrs. Mayis

taking graduate work. I

FLAVORFUL Mra Mary Brown, and chil- x
dren spent last week in Ft.

Pierce visiting with her sister. .. -.t.

Chk. Roast Lb 39c Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cox and _r. d a; :. ,

i with Mr. .. !'.,..,
son have been visiting ': .i :: t..t :::::::::::> :x.
I and Mrs. R. L. Brown and Mr. :.ii;,: _
__ .
D. Brown. _J- -- t
LEAN FRESH and Mrs. L.
I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Faile ?


Gr'nd. Beef Lb 39c and nen Hutchinson children and Lake Ardel Mrs.Monday.Mrs. Raleigh picnicked. Bran-at I' __


,I Earl Chesser, formerly

I Miss Gladys Rahme, has been ..-
t confined to the Lake Butler hos- ,
SUPERBRAND
pital.Mickey \ i
ALL FLAVORS Adkins of Miami is
ICE visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ,
: Rahme and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
,
Adkins near Hampton for the

Gal59c summer. FOR AN ARMY.: >
CREAM Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wat- I AND HAS ROOM

terson of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. .
M. W. Watterson and Dot Eilandof
Hampton were weekend No need to pull in your elbows. There's room for dad's the most effective combination of bumpsmotheringfeatures

DEUCIOUS SERVED WITH RUSO FROZEN guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mc- legs, mother's hats, and for the family to grow in. ever put between you and the road. And only
Mahone and son Donnie at their
( new home in Ridgecrest subdivision \ For The Big M is the widest car in its field. In fact, Mercury offers innovations like the amazing power

Str'berries 7 Cans 99 in Bradenton. there's so much hip room and'shoulder room, you'd seat that "remembers" and a Power-Booster Fan in

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardingand ,have to buy one of America's 3 most expensive cars to the Montclair series.
his mother, Mrs. Harding of
MOUNTAIN GROWN Jacksonville were Sunday visi- beat Mercury's: seating space. Best of all, Mercury prices start just above the low-

ors in Hampton with the K. B. I Remember, too, that only Mercury brings you price field. There's no need to be wealthy-just wise

Pole Beans 2'Lbs39C' Wattersons.Mr. Dream-Car Design. Only Mercury has floating Ride. See for yourself_at our showroom today.

and Mrs Vernon Forsythof 1
Gainesville were Sunday visit- r _

CALIFORNIA LONG WHITEPotatoes tors here at the homes of their '
.
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Joe MERCURY Tor 57 withDREAM-cMDESIGN
Forsyth and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. .

5 Lbs 29CWE Jones. -

Mr. and Mrs. Emory Spark-

min and children of Jackson- McGRIFF MERCURY MOTOR

GIVE SIR GREEN 'STAMPS' ville visited in Hampton Sunday
with the David Brown family

and .the Vernon Slades. Court & Jeffenon SU. Phone ;.447 Starke, Fla

Mrs. Vernon Slade and Mrs.
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............."....".""...."".w..w..."......". stomach with some stove gas! ?VVVVVVVYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy were visiting Mrs. 'Lee Green whIt II friends in South Caralina this

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED last Monday and had to be a patient in the Alachua General week.

treated by a doctor. BROOKERBy Hospital in Gainesville, Mon Mr. and Mrs. MaIlle Harper
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Mr. and Mrs. George Beach of day.Mr. and son of Bradenton, Mrs. Faye

Hastings and Mrs. W. A. Cannonof and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen 1 Johnson and children of Waldo
Ozora J. Shell Palatka spent Sunday with Joyce CasfienAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&ae and children and Mrs. Minnie and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Watersof

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan' and Hazen were visiting Mr. and Mrs.I Gainesville were visiting Mr.
IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAALAjtLAjaj..A.Summer A A A A A A A
--------- sona. Alph Hazen and family in Ocala' and Mrs. Ed Polk Saturday.

ProgramThe asked to !oin ua s-> we can havea Baby Godwin The town Council voted Tues- and Mr. and Mrs. O. G- Stray-: Recent visitors of the Edd S.
Presbyterian Church Methodist Church summer program has been great time aM ask the Lordto Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Godwin day night to keep the propertyit home in Wildwood recently. Polks were Mr. and Mrs. Reecy

going on for three weeks at R. strengthen our sick sister announce the arrival of baby purchased two years ago an Mrs. Edd S. Polk spent Thurs: Holden of Newberry, Mrs. Howell
Rev. W. S. McAUley 9:45: Sunday school for all J. E. Starke and Anderson Jr. Gladys BITe Reporter. daughter born Sunday afternoon go ahead with plans to developit day in Jacksonville with her, of Lake Butler, and Mr. and Mrs.

Friday Adult choir practice, ages. High of Lawtey. There will be no Congress Herald at 2 o'clock at the Orange Park into a city park. granddaughter Patsy Tetstone,' Talmadge Polk and family of

Sp.m. 11 Morning worship. fees charged. Persons who at The Sunday School and B. T. hospitaL The young lady has. The action came following a I I who had an operation in Hope Trenton.

Sunday Church school, 9:45: 6:15: Recreation time for tend daily will be transported U. Congress of the Jerusalem been 'named Barbara Ann. Mrs.' public hearing on the question of Haven hospital.Mr. :Miss Elaine Crosby of Pompano -
whether to retain the
a. m.; Morning worship service, MY?. to the lake each .Monday, Wednesday Association, Rev. I.. A. TiUman Godwin will be remembered as to sell .it and back propertyor the and Mrs. Marvin Stokesof is spending her vacation
11 a. m.; Evening worship service 6:45 "Dine-A-Mite" for and Friday free. It is president. recently held 'their the former Joann Midyette. invested. get Edgar, Mrs. Pearl Hodge and here with her mother, Mrs. Haul

Union service at Christian MYF. not too late to enroll for the ac meeting at Mt. Bethel Baptist Mrs. W. H. Norman of Jacksonville money daughter of DeLand Springs Mrs. Carlton.
Arguments proand con ran ho
Church, Rev W. S. McAliley delivering 7:15 Worship and business tivities. On Tuesdays and Thurs Church, Micanopy. Special spent last weekend with. and heavy during the public hearing Waldo Faye Johnson and Mrs.and Linnie children Parker of Rev. and Mrs. Ressie Carlton
the sermon.Lutheran for MY?. have "do and her sister Miss spent the weekend in Geensboro
Debbie
? meeting days you can thanks was extended to the Phillips.
but at the conclusion, the and daughter. Madline of Gainesville visiting Mrs.Carltons mother,
8 Union services in the learn" experiences which will in pastor and membership by the O. J. Phillips of Lawtey was council, on secret ballot, voted to were visiting Mr. and Mrs Mrs. G. L. Pritchard.
Services Christian Church. Rev. W. S. clude Arts and crafts, sewing, Congress Herald Committee, a dinner guest of his sister, retain the property.The Edd S. Polk Sunday. hand to Mrs.They Pritchard were

McAliley. pastor of the First reading, story telling, anagramsand which, which was chaired by Miss Debbie Phillips last Tues qUe.Uonof retaining or Mrs. Segley DeLoach of Jacksonville celebrate on her help 81st birthday Sun.
122. E. WMUngtoa St Presbyterian Church will bring scrabble for word building Mrs. W. M. Dean. Sister Janie day.Buck selling came up as the town faceda and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan

Regular services will be heat i the message. Dr. Jennings has enriched' the Mitchell of Mt. Nebo was .elect Wellhausen spent several possible financial problem in Cornwall and children, Stephen day.Mr.

7:30, Sunday evening at our I Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. A program very much by bringing ed secretary of the Executive days last week- visitln* with meeting payments due on the and Danna of Ocala spent Sunday and Mrs. Robert Starlingand
; new location, 122 B.! Washington: Sunday school workers' confer a great deal of free materials Board of the Congress. She also Edwin Chilnon in Starke. with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. family and Claudine Cannonof
Street (near Walnut Streel) I. ence will be held in Fellowship and games for the program. Free served as instructor and religious Brown Baby lots.Since the city has obtained the Blair. Starke were visiting Mr. and

A series or lectures will be Hall. All teachers and class of movies will be .MOwn Thursday group leader during this Mr. and Mrs. George Brown property .it was pointed out during Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blair and I Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Monday

given during' the month of June' ficers are urged to attend. night at R. J. E. and Thursday very fine meeting. announce the arrival of a son the debates on the selling granddaughter, Denise Finley of night.

subject being, "The Lutheran, Thursday, 8 p. m. Chancel. afternoon at Lawtey. The features Calvary Baptist Church, Rev.C. born in the St. Luke's hospital in question a great deal of work, Macclenny visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shipe who is a Bible stud.

Church and The Bible." Don't Choir rehearsal for this week are: "'rh A. Crum, pastor held regular Jacksonville Tuesday, June 25. clearing and planting has been W. T. Blair Thursday ent in Tennessee, was the guest

miss these interesting discus The services of our church are American Road" "Boys A Build services on Sunday starting with The young man has not yet done.Mayor Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitton speaker at the Brooker Baptist

slons. broadcast every Sunday morning ing" and "How to Conduct A Sunday School at 10 a. m. The been named. M. O. Harrell pointedout and Mildred Albritten of Bruster Church Sunday morning. Bob and
4 The Rev. A. P. Gerbhardt pastor from 11:30: until 12 noon over Meeting." The show will beginat revival meeting started on Mon Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and children that since the county had done and Mr. and Mrs. Reese Holdenof wife and daughter and Mrs. Stal.
Lutheran Churchof at R. J. 'E. .workshop I some of the improvement, it lings sister, Mrs. Snipe all of f"
of The First station WRGR. 7:30 p. m. with Rev. Dukes in spent last weekend visiting Newberry were visiting Mrs.
Gainesville, will conduct the and 1:30 p. m. at Lawtey. day night all!' with Mrs. Kilgore's brother-in- might be unethical to sell. Doshie Prescott Thursday.Mr. Tennessee have been the guest tJ
The hv inviting J
charge. pastor and Mrs. C. B. this
Rev. Stallings
services. St. Mark's Episcopal Parents are asked to send their Christians interested in saving law and n'ster, M?. and Mrs. Council chairman William and Mrs. Arthur Moody
AU persons without a home 1 1Be" children to the program each souls to attend this meeting. George Johnson and family in (Ned) Hicks, contended that it and daughter of Green Cove week. i

church are invited to attend. Raymond 4S. Mtnmln. : day where enrichment activitieswill and Deacons Union :Jacksonville.Mrs. was a pure matter of finances,I Springs were recent visitors of Mrs. Prescott had as Sunday
Ministers and that the town would have to dinner Mr. and Mrs. Claude
guest
] by a qualifiedstaff. J Joyce Castlen.
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal be provided E. D. Higginbotham was I
The $th Division of the Jerusalem strain to meet a $248 paymentthis Prescott and family and Mr. and
CHURCH
CHRISTIAN Church will be as follows: called to Macclenny last Wed- Jimmy Suggs, who is in the
Sherwood, Pastor Missionary Baptist Association month.In U. S. Air Force, San Antonio, Mrs. Dewey Fowler and childrenof
Rev. I. E. 9:45 Church illness and daath
Sunday: : a.m. 71 Meets nesday by the
Bible School, 9:45: a. In. MornIng School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- Troop 71 met at R. J. E. last Auxiliary of Ministers meet-and of her Uncle, Mr. Grady Hodge. other action Tuesday, the Texas,! Jack Suggs U. s.Navy of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. PerryO'Steen
Troop union
Deacons will hold its council heard financial and Mrs. Eddie
t Youth a reportby Jacksonville, and Mrs. Jaunita and Mr.
11 a m. for an
Worship, -Y.P.S.L. and planned services for. Mr. Hodge
__ Funeral
Winsdav
p.m. .
Baptist
** '**n" ing at Macedonia clerk Benjamin McCray. It Tindall and of Williams and Mrs. Sonia Baileyof
All son Tampa are
Church, 6:30 p. In. young Wednesday 7:39 Litany trip on Fri in Macclenny. -
: -
Saturday
p.m. camping held :
.
overnight J were
E. Church Hampton, Rev. C. showed $744 in the treasury from visiting with their parents, Mr. Newberry.
invited. J.
people Meditation 8 Choir left R.
.A and ; p.m. day. The 'scouts returned to'' Johnson pastor, from June 28' cigarette tax and 370.42 in the I|and Mrs. W. S. Suggs and fami-
Practice. around 7 p. m. and to 30. Rev. G. B. Burgman is Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin park fund. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,, early Saturday :Mr. and Mrs. E. D. ly.Mr.
Starke very of the botham.
president. The feature The report indicated that due and Mrs. Wallie Crews of CHURCH
11 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. the boys reported and Mr. and Mrs.
; of
morning. All meeting will be a contest of Higginbotham tc certain reductions in expensesthe Melrose and Mr. and Mrs. Grif Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning -
ITf A FACT [awaits everyone. an enjoyable night withoutthe Scout- which Mrs. Janie Mitchell is James Waters and family of financial picture for this year fis of Gainesville were viistingMr. Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange.

company of snakes.commended manager, Misr L. B. English is Lawtey noent the day at the should improve over last year.: and Mrs. G. B. Colson Sun- listic services, 7:30 p.'m.
St. Edward's Church master B. T. Marshall fine pianist while Miss Rebecca Mc- Jacksonville Zoo last Sunday. Birthday Dinner Wednesday Prayer Meeting
day.Ernest
the boys on their very only Gauley is president of the choir. Home DemonstrationClub The Rev. C. B. Stallings was Douglas is visiting 7:30( p. m.
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. conduct. The troop has The program will feature inspirational I Meets! honored on his birthday Sunday

Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m and, three more weeks before camp- sermons, music and Members of the Maxville Home with a dinner picnic style at the I .

00 NOT EATCLOTHIS 3:30 a. m.Children's. ing. Parents are strongly urged Bible instruction .The participating Demonstration Club met Tues Civic Center Sunday. A group of -.;- I

Catechism Class each I to let the boys go to Camp churches are East New Port, day at the home of Mrs. C. B. friends and relatives were on saiatua
which is between I Camerson. hand to wish him Birth- road-test proof!
Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. Coacoochee 22 Gainesville; Philadelphia, Waldo: Nolan. Mrs. Josephine a Happy
Keystone HeightsAt and Jacksonville. July assistant agent demonstrated day and to enjoy the dinner.
Starke scout Mt. Nebo, Starke; Fort Clark, ...*-- .
( St. William's Chapel) is the red letter date for all Gainesville; King Solomon, Fair- how to decorate birthday Citizens Council Meets i .
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St. members Persons wishing to banks Hopewell, Gainesville;; cakes and nine cakes were decorated The Citizens Council met at the

William's Sign.) help send any of these boys to Macedonia; Hampton; Elizabeth, .by her and the ladies at Civic Center Friday night. The DODGEoiitperrorms
Mass Scoutmaster drinks and Rev. C. B. Stallings served as
Sunday 8 a. m. camp may contact Lake Butler and Oak Grove, tending. Sandwiches,
Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Marshall by calling 25-R after Gainesville.yyyyyyyyyyyyy.yyyyyyy.. home made ice cream were en- chairman in the absence of W.
Confessions before all Masses. Charles Covington, re! C. Stalnaker. Mr. Stalnaker informs -
m. joved by those attending.
5 '
porter.p. Thirteen from the Maxville us that at the July meet- "other two"low-priced trucks I
Ball school attendedthe ing they will have the State Rep
I Sunday
I 4 t Cinderella .. ---s..i r,,,_,.,. TOm..... Baptist resentative, George A. Downs as
(ANSWER NEXT WEEK ); The Carnation ;sociai uiu I MAXVILLEBy associational Sunday school .
I Cinder- a guest speaker and he cordially
present its second annual meeting at the Highland Baptist I II
FREEFive COLONIALFLORIST July 12, at invites all the public to attend. .
The
ela Ball on Friday, church last Thursday night. -I 5k
TheN will Sirs. C. 'B. Nolan Mrs. Addie Harrell and Mrs.
Gallons fish
of Gas will R. J. E. Cafetorium. Highland; church served a
Cecil Moore of Jacksonville were
free :
and
be given each of good music to all of their guests.
week.
away be plenty now & 4LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGriffis supper visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Har-
Come in and sign up now refreshments. Tickets and are avoid I Funeral Held Wednesday Miss Gloria Higginbotham of rell and Mrs. Beulah Harrell last
for FREE GAS. Winner's on sale. Get one early will be Jacksonville and Tommy Baker week. Saturday guest of the Har-
It for Gadson
Funeral services
door. .
the andtrs.
the rush at were guests of Mr. rells were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin s
name will appear each PHONE 218 intererAing to see who will be (Uncle Pete) Griffis were held Leslie Sweat and family Mon Raborn of Jacksonville.Mr. : _
week in the starting win the glass Wednesday afternoon, June 26. '
paper : able to wear and and Mrs. Howard Wait and _
next week. When club has been or- at the Long Branch Baptist day.Jennie Jenkins of Jacksonville ,
The Lou
your iq
K
slippers. family have just returned froma .
,
( seven _
) than Church. Mr. Griffis died early
name appears, bring in the I ganized for more is spending this week two weeks vacation visiting
sponsored at his home
ad and get your FREE years and has always of Monday morning with Helen and Alvne Sweat. friends and relatives in New York
betterment illness. He wasa
extended
GAS. activities for the after an Mr. and Mrs. Leslie i Sweat and and New Jersey.
You
must sign up FLOWERSFor Plan now and had
of County
Starke. native Clay
of with Mr. Brooker of
the youth family vi'vted Sunday Sarah and Bettye
each week to be eligible. AU Occasions to attend this gala affair. Mrs. made Maxville his home for and Mrs. Owen Anders and son Waldo attended service at the .'.. l ) _ _
(Answer To Last Weeks Fact) McNeil. President, R. B. years. __
"VU1C'-"on*1. ----- many in Lawtey.We Brooker Baptist Church and the

A diamond is not the most valuable DISH GARDENS I Cohen reporter. Services were conducted by regret to learn that Mr. birthday celebration of Rev. _____________________. .... _
precious stone. The ruby Fourth Dhlsion Meeting Rev. Lester Taggart, pastor of Stallings and visited Mr. and -. .. .. .
llth Willie Harris has 1;
been ill
U more valuable than the dia POTTED PLANTS The 4th Division of the the Maxville Baptist Church, this Mrs. Wade Harrell in the after-
week
and wish him
Legion
a speedy re
of the American who assisted by the Rev.
District was
mond. 1. "Americana" VoL 22. POTTERY will hold its second quarterly Charles E. Jones, pastor of the covery. noon.Mrs.. Rosa Pinholster and Mr. They're off! All three low-priced trucks are lined

meeting on Sunday June 30, Congregational Holiness Church. : Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Mann of and Mrs. Lucille Hazen and boys up at the bottom of a test grade equal to the

Flowers WiredAnywhere starting at 9 a. m. in the Recre Active pallbearers were, James Jacksonville were guests of M.r. steepest hill in San Francisco. The flag drops, and

TILLEYSSINCLAIR ation Center of Gainesville. Post Coleman, Joe Lucas, Alfred and Mrs. John North and family this grueling test of climbing power is officially
this meet Sunday. pendicitis and tonre'litis.Oscar underway. Dodge takes an early lead.
at
STATION 306 will 00 the host Smith, Ed Wilkinson Henry Wilkinson killed a rat-
Stafford SappJr. Griffis. Honorary Friends of Lonnie Harris
Commander Carter and Waver will
98? TEMPLE A* Nona St. Starke ing. Pauline Mar tlesnake six feet long with nine _
L. Harris regret to learn
and President pallbearers were R. that he is ill and _
of rattles and a button while cow _
shall are asking all members to Jack Wilkinson. Rev. M. T. unable to work this week. hunting near Yellow Water Sun-
division
the six units in the several Knight, J. A. Godwin, K. C. Little Miss Connie Malloy of day afternoon.Mr. .

attend. There will be guest Cannon, F. B. Coleman Dons Jacksonville is spending this, and Mrs. J. D. Padgett
committee reports and two Higginbotham and Oscar Har- week with her grandmother, Mrs. home.E. .
That's Our Business chatter have moved into their new
A scout troop Griffis is survived by Mrs.
I
speakers. scoutmaster ris. Mr. T. H. Edwards. D. Higginbotham and Doss
If It's Glass We Have It I will be presented to by his widow, Mrs. Fannie Padgett We are glad to know that Higginbotham and Tom Bryant
4 Allen of Post 306, Gainesville Griffis: three sons, Leroy, D. B. Miss
CALL WRITE or VISIT from Shirley Higginbotham is went fishing at Doctor's Inlet
one of the scout executives and Henry G.. all of Maxville; improving from an attack of Monday and. caught 17 fir h.
led by ap- :1
Mus'c' will be Mrs. Doris Strick- 4
Jacksonville. daughters
two :
: Joe Peters Glass Auxiliary I
Co. representatives from land of Maxville and Mrs. Gene-
This will be a Jacksonville four ...-.. .,...
314 of Starke. vieve Frigo of ; .
rnPfr
I FOR ANY GLASS NEED combined meeting of the men brothers, Rev. Willie Griffis and Keep The 4th of July Safe! a '.:' .I ., / __ ___

We Design Modern Store Fronts and women of the Legion. and Re- Nathan Griffis of Glen St. Mary, .

Just Mail Us A Pattern for gular meeting of Post 314 and Brooks Griffis of Jacksonville c.c _
,
the 4. /
Auxiliary will be held on and Raymond Griffis of I I 1' .4
/ /
Table / _
Tops at 2 ra. 4 I I
p Sarah
first Sunday in July Raiford; six sisters, Mrs. ..' V.' < 4/7/ V
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla.! Phone FR. 2-4353 R. J. E. Post Commander Isaac Jane Griffis of Maxville, Mrs. i.v/ I .. 1'q. / /.I 4

Kelly is still in the hospital at Frances Starling, of Mac lenny, 5EE) L\ } r I /1. -. -' ._ __ 1

Tuskeggee and reports improve- Ii, Mrs. Flourida Griffts Mrs. Halfway up. The extra V-8 power under the hoodof

ment. Easter Wilkinson. Mrs. Rebecca ? the Dodge sends it quickly ahead. It's alreadytwo
Church News F. Rosier and Mrs. George Griffis, lengths out front. And there's a 1000-lb. test

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE First Born Church Elder services all of Lawtey, and seven grand IF $ load on each one of these comparably equipped
Howard. pastor held great Members children. Burial was in the Long trucks. What's more Dodge is still gaining!
the day.
throughout Branch Cemetery. I -
FLA. that attended the singing Maxville Wins 10-5 i D D'DY -.- --- .-,'-.. --
union in Jacksonville were Mother The Maxville boys baseball +

: REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Katie Ferguson Sisters Ruby team played Whitehou v5 Sunday
Albert Lydia Lane, Beverly Ann afternoon and showed us they

p Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Strong and families. Most of could win with their own 'local VR\V5\ CAREfULLY
in the pro- and Gene
4 Phones Office 234 Paslorium 130 them participated pitchers J. D. Padgett
time. improving -
is
gram and reported a joyful Johnson. Since the team
On Sunday, June 30, at 3 p. m. we hope you will all

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. we will have a battle of song at come out and see them play next .

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Union 6:45 P.M. the church which will feature week. ilL
Training :
Sister Rosa Shaw and her Gospel Miss Linda Waters spent Sun-I I DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Singers with the singing midget, dayith Marie Taggart at _
2 12! feet tall. :Mr. Henry Green, Doctor's Inlet. INSURANCE REAL ESTATEPhone
I Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Sons of Zion from Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and

I 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. the Ga. A Gospel small Lights donation of Moultrie.will be family Saturday of Jacksonville with Mrs. spent Dorothy last 285 136 W. Call Street

this wonderful program 4''.
asked for Waters and family. -'----
at the door. Advanced; Miss Evelyn Coleman had a ,-

tickets may be purrhase.1 from of friends to her home ___
group
f"re-s sS= tSrss sS I Sr sfl SSSsrrs-s-s Sflssr rrSssI .I i ictr Ruby. Albert Beverly I last Friday night to celebrate LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT I w-
Griffin or Sam- __ t-J-lUJ flashes the finish five ahead
Madison Street Church Strong, Elder L. Miss Jean Harris Diruinay. Dodge past lengths
I Baptist uel Strong. Don't fail t,) come A weekend Layman's Revivalwill competition. Truck "C" and truck "F" justDuIdn't

and hear thejw famous sing- at the Maxvile Baptist BUILDING JOBPhone match that 204-hp. Power Giant. And
see held
(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) ers. Sister Wilhemena Strong, be Church beginning .at 8 o'- \ *. is just one of a rugged series of tests that
Good Dodge is best of the low-priced three.
Singing Forceful PreachingSunday reporter. i clock Friday night June 28. Song prove
Bethlehem. Freewill Baptist i at 7:30. Services
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School _______________________ 9:45 A.M. Church, Rev. 1.. McKay pastor, service will will be begin conducted by Gerald .' '.- Your Dodge truck dealer has proof that

Morning Worship __________________11;00 A.M. held services on Sunday starting Suggr. of Baldwin. 493-J L leads
I with Sunday SchooL During the The Intermediate girls Sunday __ I Dodge in many ways. Come in. .

Training Union _____________________ 6:45 P.M. I morning service 'two souls were school class of the Maxville Baptist For see other certified test-photo sequences. .

Evening Worship ____________________ 8:00 P.M. : saved. One is a candidate for Church held an all day out-
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. I baptism. The Union will be held ing at Strickland's Landing last FreeEstimates _ and take a demonstration ride!

at our church starting Friday Tuesday. Enjoying: this occasionwere

SUMMER REVIVAL -JUNE 23-28 8:00 P.M. night. Dinner will be served on Jewell North. Violet Burn- _

T Keep these dates in mind and you will be privileged to the church grounds on Sunday. sed Linda Waters. Jo Ann* Par- !

S hear some of the most inspirational preaching and I Lets: a'i turn _out and make thisa rish. Martha Harris Marie Tag- RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS t DODGE.PowerGkints
day. Shirley
t great srart. Bonnie Padgett, .
that _
singing one can hear anywhere. : The "I Can Circle" will meetat Evelyn Coleman

( Come And Bring The Children Room For All : the home of sister! Ann Helen Higginbotham North Jean Harris. Dora

I A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU! I II Thomas on. the first Saturday North, Dorothy and Roger

; REV. I. E. ENLOW. Pastor I I night. It is a part of our program Watera J. W. THOMAS --- Constmction

I j P. 'T. Noun, Supt. Sunday School to meet with the "shut in", We regret to learn that John ,
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PAGE: EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKE; nDJm1&

FRIDAY JUNE 28, 1957

...........TTTYVTVYWl ........................... Demonstration members and
their friends. Many Eligible Persons Not ApplyingFor includes any person qualified to the herein named district.
e Home Demonstration w.'c.T.u. vote in general elections under the ?L O. Watkins. AdministratorState
Spuds Johnson says: I
E A lot of us are afraid of to- Hew Social Security BenefitsPeople state who, is also a landowner In f'U :t 7/$

c Notes morrow because we've loafed VERDICT O.F THE AGES

byDOROTHY around too much today. who have become unable beginning of his official "periodof "LOOK NOT THOU UPON THE I

: 4 ROSS to work because of severe disability." He must have so- WINE WHEN IT IS RED, WHEN ,

; _,_., Home Demonstration and long-lasting disabilities havea cial security credit for at least n GIVETH HIS COLOR IN THE LAST CHANCE
p
AgentBig new CUP WHEN IT MOVETH IT-
type of protection under :5 out of 10 years before he became "

SDack -Utt1e Meals a greased cookie sheet. Combine the social security law, but according disabled, and at least a SELF ARIGHT.

From a hearty snack to a full, beef, olives, pepper, oregano to the Bureau of Old- year and a half of the credit "AT LAST IT BITETH LIKE ASERPEl'T FOR

filling meal! Just start with a salt, chives cheese and tomato Age and Survivors Insurance, must have been earned in AND STINGETH'.
the
big sandwich of a special breadf paste. Spread meat mixture on sii$1JITIESoil which administers the new provisions three years just before his official LIKE AN ADDER" I 4TH OF JULYSPORTSWEAR

your choice. The filling will biscuits. Bake in oven for 15 many are not applyingfor "period of disability" began. PROVERBS %23.81 3%.

Depend on whether it's to be a minutes at 375 degrees F. If'desired their rights. If application for the "disabil (SOLOMON .1,000 B.C.)

tot or cold sandwich remove sandwiches from Conservation For many disabled people, ity freeze". 'is not made before I

To your sandwich add a simple oven and place a square of N-E-W-S failure to file an application'with June 3,0, 1957, many disabled NOTICE

alad such as carrot and celery cheese on top of each sandwich. their social security district workers may no longer meet Election of Three Supervisors for
Terms of F..r Year Each For
ticks, or sliced tomatoes with Return to oven until cheese By Bin Haas offices before the end of June these work requirements at the Bradford Soil Conservation District. -

onion or cucumber, and a beverage -'starts to soften. Soil Conservation ServiceA will mean the loss of all their so- beginning of the earliest "periodof SHOP NOW !
and for July 9, 1957
such as milk chocolate milkor Household Hints From Mrs. H. cial disability protection, disability": which can be en- Pursuant to the Soil Conserva-

cocoa and a simple dessert J. KuceraDo some it will also mean the loss tered on their social security re. tion Act, Chapter 532. Florida Stat-
complete soil and utes of 1949 and
water
and Chapter 28094 of
like cookie* and canned or froz- you clean' your face at conservation farm plan was of their rights to any old-age cords. In this case, they would 1953, notice is hereby given of an
en fruit or ice cream. Or you pre survivors insurance benefits for not be eligible to have their election to be held on July 9. 1957
creamy It so, for social -
with cold pared Bill
Reddish
night and Cor- for the election of three (3)
in super-
could add a quickly cooked frozen before discarding the tissue wipe nelius Moore. Bill is using Pen- themselves and their families security records frozen and I I visors for terms ,of four (4) years SCARFS c
disabled
vegetable instead of. the off your patent leather or kid sacola and Argentine Bahia, .I the future. Should a in addition they would be ineli- each.Polling*Place
: Copnty Agent's Of
salad or a bowl of fruit to eat shoes with it. It has just enoughoil Coastal Bermuda and Pangola worker die without having filed gible to receive monthly disability I flee Starke, Florida. 10
out an application to protect his insurance benefits at Polling place will be open be 24 Inch
of hand, or a plate of sliced to give your shoes a nice grass for his pasture. We were age 50. tween the hours of 9:00 A.M. and
melon and fresh berries. I shine and prevents patent from standing in Bill't store discuss. social security disability rights, These disabled workers would 5:00 P.M. *
Colorful
There! You've "run it up to a racking and they are ready for ing the different types of grasses the survivors benefits payable to have to 'wait until regular regular within All qualified the District electors shall be residing eligible Prints

full, filling meal the sandiwch! the next day. when Raleigh Conner came his family under the social security retirement. age to receive to vote in this election.

a main dish. law may be greatly re any social security benefits and A qualified elector as defined in I I
in. Bill
I child'snot told he liked
When traveling carry a us Argentine the Florida Soil Conservation ActPARK '
those benefits WASHCLOTHS
A sandwich filling proving ( baby's) brush and comb set. Bahia real well."My cows duced. would be reduced

_ popular with 4-H girls is: I I They take much ler,3 space thana will leave Pensacola Bahia and The Bureau says that an esti- because the years in which they
\ mated 700.000 .severely disabledmen were unable to work would lower
IL'a Sandwiches large set. go to the Argentine, says BilL
{ 1 can of biscuit I Now Raleigh has the story the and women in the country the average earnings upon which 5C
Zinnia Flower ShowDon't have worked long enough under their social security benefits are .
other
beef around. He his
'I 112| pound ground the way says
forget to look in on social security to be eligible to based. For some younger work lOc Value
JI 14| cup chopped ripe olives whichis cows like the Pensacola Bahia '
flower show at Martha's TAR'KE
delay in
best. There have their sncial security records ers making application FLA.
18| teaspoon pepper the vacant store between Robert's are good things Four Limit
also
crushed about both It is frozen under a 1954 pro- might mean a completeloss
grasses
1)4) teaspoon oregano and the Bottom just
Jewelry vision in the law. When disabledworker's of all social security benefit
salt like Some folks like this
34| teaspoon : Dollar. a car. SUN., MON., TUES
1 finely chop- kind and like that kind. record .is frozen; the rights.
112| teaspoons some June 30 and July 1 2
Zinnias will be the leading Disabled workers who believe ,
when his
years disability keeps
ped chives Cornelius is using Giant Striata CHILDREN'SPOLOS
DOUBLE
flower and they will be on display him from working are not counted they are eligible under these disability FEATURE
114| cup grated Parmesan Crotalaira for a land builder and ,
eese today (Friday). There will grazing crop.Marklee against him in figuring the provisions should complete 12Angry MenWith
be all types of Zinnias as wellas social and mail the printed -
1 (6 ounce) can tomato paste. security benefits due him coupon
I other cut flowers and potted with this article to the social Henry Fonda 23C
slices in the future or payable to his
6 ((1 ounce) processeese Starling, Moris Carter
\ plants and J. R. Wainwright used family in ca .1 of death. Of the secwity-district office shown be- AND 1 39c Seller

Pat out biscuits and place on I This is put on by the Home the District's grain drill. Mark- 700000. about 400,000> people__ low.If Fury At SundownWith *
Stripes
disabled and have
lee and Morris planted peas. those between 50 and 65 yearsof you are

Morris, also planted Sesbania. aee -are eligible for monthly not yet found out about your John Derek, John Smith and Sizes 4 8

Sell )It Rent It Trade ll J.beans.R. used the drill to plant soy disability with insurance July benefits beginning of disability the questions rights below.answer each Plus (Color Carolyn Cartoon Craig for Children


Although social security district 1. Have you worked 5 years Wed.
Thurs. July 3 4
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDs Dorothy Alvarez and W. A. offices have been accepting under the social security law? DOUBLE FEATURE, MEN'SCAPS

Edwards used the District's Ro- applications from disaMed workers 2. Are you so disabled that

tocycle mower to mow their since January 1, 1955, the you are and will be unable to The Brass Legend

\,' OR LESS Oae Insertion (MlBlmum Charge) .75 pecan groves. Dorothy supervised Bureau reports that many of do any work? 27

E.CIIn )(TIO ,\L WORD OVER 20 ___ ____ 4e Per Word most of the mowing and even thor> eligible have not yet .ap- 4 3. Have you been disabled With Hugh O'BrienAND
20,% IMSCOrNT! 0V REPEAT I\SERTIO\S! SAME AD
drove the tractor some herself. t>lied. Under the law. workers more than 6 months? Assorted
n'ADS ADS NOT PAID IX ADVANCE. Toyos
Kf A11DIT10XAL FOR LI% OR
Edwards said he had a good who were already disabled were If your answer to each of The King And I First Quality
given 2 1-2 to annlv to these questions is "yea," fill out
years
and
stand native
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ____ ,..:5 Per Inch First Insertion of grass coming With Deborah
protect their filial security the blanks below to get further Kerr and Yul
he wanted to down the
$1.00 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED O.\E OR MORE TIMES mow .
weeds so his cows could get rights 'After June 30. end of that information about social secu- Brynner

CARDS OF THANK! (Vp To SO Word) ______ ______ $:.00O'In some good grazing.I 2 1-2 year period an application rity disability benefits. Please Plus Color Cartoon

50 WORDS ___.__-_ 4 Cent Per Word will be effective to freeze a print in pencil. Fri. Sat.
July 5 6
worker's social security record social security numb-l 158
your )
: was talking to Mrs. Lonnie DOUBLE
MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS __-.___ 4 Cent Per Word and she for no more than one year back.A (if known) --___ FEATURE I
Harley the other day 0
told me Lonnie said that the disabled person must meet the date of your birth.-__ Four Boys And A GunWith W. Call St.

POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at FOR RENT One and two bed- he (.''rtf: Sn wnrk wniirements at the your name-_ -
Crotalaira
Tlny's 66 Service. 411 S. Walnut room furnished apartments. Close Giant Striata address Frank Sutton and Tarry
St. Also new mowers for Sale. In. Desirable location. W. IL planted ia sure coming up and credit for dwellings and '. your< --"- Green
Eaay payment plan. Pay while N'ollman, 828 W. !t dlson. tfchg able date your diaibility stoppedyou
also
off fine. Lonnie, ,
you mow. Buy where you qan growing other buildings from other lend- from working __ _, ANDTomahawk
get service on what you buy. FOR SALE-Young Angus Bulls. told me his pastures are looking and have enough income Phone ,
tfchg Will sell at beef prices. Phone ers, your signature _.__--__ 4
have in the past
285. better than they from other TrailWith
Doyle E. Conner. Ins. tfchg from the farm or Mail the completed blank to:
List Your Property For Sale three years. "That rain we have living
to meet family aMI
NEED TIRES! sources Department of Health Education Chuck Connors
With Get them now. pay as you ride. been getting is sure making the and farm operating expensesand and Welfare Social Security Plus Serial Chap. 10 and Color
Ask for our easy budget terms. grass grow," says Lonnie. his debts. Cartoon.
STROUT REALTY COMPANY Lacy Conway Sales and Service. repay Administration 212 SE First.
Union Pus Station. Starke Fla. Further information on the Street
.. Gainesville
'
Farm, Home and Business Prop- tfchs Escapee Receives loans may be obtained at the "at Florida. I

erty Free Open listings MAIL AWAY to friends and rela- county office of the Farmer I
STROUT REALTY tives, complete story of Starke Administration located at the
Centennial. 3 big issues Bradford Two Added Years'
Jennie Hansen, RepresentativeP. County Telegraph including 43- Seagle Building Annex, Gaines-

O. Box 307 Starke. Fla. page mailed historical to any edition.address wrappedand 50c. For Break-In Here ville. COMMUNITY

:5 miles S.HObart on 301 -8-2831 Phone Waldo U --Just Bradford bring us County your mailing Telegraph.list. ---- : \ STATE BANK OF STARKE GOES PAR


FOR SALE Used 8 MM Movie A 27-year-old escapee from a WRGR
WHEN IN NEED OF Camera Brownie $20. New 8 MM State Prison road camp Fridaywas

I TOP SOIL __Bell 1395! &at Howell Rnlllo,tnn'Movie. Camera tf,.h<* sentenced by Circuit Judge 1190 KG PHONE 590STABKE No Exchange will be Charged on your Checks Drawn on Other Par Banks

George L. Patten to two addi- FLORIDAThe

FILL DIRT PLASTIC makes and SEAT model COVERS for all tional: years for breaking and entering Music & News Station

.. ALL TYPESTRACTOR Shepherd's.and up. Installation autos -free$21.95 tfche at Greyhound the Tourist Bus Station.Cafe at the in Starke r BANKING HOURS INCREASED FOR BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC

WORKAND We Do All The Work You Do All
FOR SALE 8 8 Muriel
x x 16 Concrete The man, William
.* Blocks 17c each. FOB yard. Mortar The REST The Perry Van Show r
Mix, Cement Sand. Steel and Giles, had escaped from a. road 12S5-4:00 P. M. Dally. The Community State Bank of Starke Thru Its Directors Proudly Announce That Effective
Aluminum Windows. Also Alachua on May
ready in County .
camp
Light BulldozingW.
mixed concrete.' Bradford Engineering 19 monthsof July 1 1957 This Bank Will Become A Par
Co.. Phone 94. tfehe 2 after serving about Monday thru Friday Bank.

L. THIGPEN, JR. .. a five year term for forgery.He 6:00 Sign on and News -

... 2 Box 245-D Alton Rd.PHQNE WILL BUILDWarehouse ( was captured in a Starke 6:05 The Clockwatcher ,

297JBtarke hotel last week by Assistant 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon '
: ,
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Fla. To Suit Lease. Perfect Location Starke Police Chief Riley Sweat day and Tuesdays only) -' .' '-y1: ,

and readily admitted the crime 6:45 The Clockwatcher F -,
I .. .
on R.R., Long Term : \ ( .. .
OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY and the fact that he was an es- 7:00 First News of The World q ; '
RADIOS REPAIREDAll
Lease. 0'
Make All Model capee. Roundup _
...... Charge ruraateedCHAS. Write Giles. said he came to Starke 7:15 The Clockwatcher _
C. SHEPHERD I
IS W. Can S t. StarkePk.. 23S BOX 245, ROUTE 2 with the carnival which played 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air

Starke FloridaFOR here during the Centennial cele- 7:30 Weather Around The Nation ., '
,
OR SALE 7 x 85 Binoculars .. -
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lifetime guarantee only $41.50 at bration.; :
Bulllngton's. tfehgf SALE-Red and Cooper skin 7:35 The Clockwatcher : .
Sweet Potato Vines. W. C. Conner -
PAID ON SAVINGS KEY- Rt. ?. Starke. 4tchg Loans 7:50 World, National, State and .
STONE STATE BANK KEY- building
STONE HEIGHTS, FLA. MEMBER FOR RENT-Three bedroom fur- Sports! News ,.. : Community State Bank of Starke
FDIC. nished house. Vacant July 1. cor. 8:05 The Clockwatcher .,
For Farmers Told I
Christian and Pratt St. Phone 8:45 Radio Chapel (Ministerial
JUST PUBLISHED: "Hell's Branch Mrs. Mundorff 218. tfchg
Office," story of the Choctaw Indians -- -- Association) :

In Florida. Written by WANTED-Lawns to mow. Call Eligible farm owners in Brad- 9:00 Five minute summary of Starke, Florida
Chief Horace Ridaught of CItra. Padgett. Phone 29.WANTEDExperienced. -
For sale at Branford County ford County may borrow from News .

Telegraph. $5.00. tf Garden Restaurant. Waitresses.ltchg the Farmers Home Administration 9:05: The Chatterbox with Betty ,Par'Banks Night DepositoryThis I

FOR SALE-S! gallon Electric : to build or repair farm Gray Checks drawn PAR
Water Heater. Two elements FURNISHED CABINS and shower. houses and other essential farm 10:00 Cedric Adams Show on BANKS are recognized by is another feature of our modern banking facili-
Good Condition. See at Gay'sHome Reasonable rates. Fred's Cafe. Itp The Federal Reserve Banks of
Appliance. tfchgf buildings, Harlan R. Ellis, theagency's 10.30 Music For The Missus the United States as ty where deposits may be 'made 24" hours around the
FOR SALE-21 Inch Admiral Table 11:00 Five minute negotiable means of
of exchange
summary paid at
100.00 FOR YOUR TIn trade on Television. Take up payments. county supervisor serv- Newa Checks par. clock; it is equipped with envelope dispenser, envelopeslot
21 inch Motorola Lowboy at Dahmer'ft. phone 6fi. 1t'hg ing local farm families slid this >! drawn on this bank and other par banks will
Th.hm"I'II. tfehg week. 11:05 Music For The Missus ; depository bag chute and shelf for making out

SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTSItOOO.OO. ONE AND apartments TWO BEDROOM for rent. furnished Phone- Since these farm housing 11:30 Farm Roundup be cashed or deposited at 100% on the dollar and no your deposit tickets.

Convenient terms. Guy 165 W. T. Jaokson. tfchg 12:00 Public Service .
loans made available in
Andrews, phone 383 or 4tchg 379-W.7/12 VACATION OVER, Reopening Friday July, 1956 were, thirteen farm fami- 12:15' Second News of The World exchange will be charged the Community State Bank Safe Deposit Boxes

June 2Sth The Sorrento -
Roundup

FOR RENT house-J 3 large bedroom porches.unfurnished 427- Restaurant. ltp lies Gainesville in the Office area served availed by themselves the. 12:30 Weather Around The Nation I of Starke, regardless of the amount.Longer New safe deposit boxes of assorted sizes are available

,,. Polk St.. phone 396-W or write' FOR RENT or SALE Three bed to this service. They have for rent at reasonable prices to keep those valuable
P. O. Box 1140. Itchg room home. 'II! E. Fridges St. 12:35 The Van Banking Hours
CaU 244-J after 6 p.m. Zip 7/5 borrowed $91,940.00( to improve Perry Show papers and important documents. Rent a Safe Deposit -
ffiR RENT or S.\LE-O acre }:00 Five minute summary of We also announce that due to
their situation. public demand the Box
housing to-day.
Farm 3 bedroom house. Electric WANTED-Yardman, general main- News
cookIng bath $!5.00 monthly. tenance man. Full or part time. Interest on these loans is 4 per Community State Bank of Starke, beginning July 1st -
Contact RubY Gaynoe, Anthony, Applv El Ranoho Motel. 1trhr 1:05 The Perry Van Show
Fla.. phone MA S-1242. tfchg I cent per year on the unpaid 2:00 Five minute of will open its doors for business at 9:00: A.M. and closeat Coupon Booths
summary
FOR SALE-Repossed 1955 Chevrolet Repayments are sched-
principal. 2:00 P.M.
: and
News on Wednesday from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00
AVON 210 Series power glide. Key-
COSMETICS stone State Bank. Priced to selL uled over periods up loan to is 33 securedby years. 2:05 The Perry Van Show P.M., giving the public one hour more banking time Private coupon booths are available for your use in
Itchg farm housing
A
has several established territories 3:00 Five minute summary of each day. clipping coupons from your bonds, checking the contents
borrow-
the
now open in Bradford FOR RENT-Modern Cottages on a mortgage on News of your safe deposit box or for personal consulta..
County Towns and Rural be either a
Lake Santa Fe. Good fishing er's farm and can
Full or part time. We swimming, picnic area. Tele. HO lien subject 3:05 The Perry Van Show ParkingParking tion. '
first lien or-a junior
train you to succeed. Write
8-2565. Earlton Beach, Earlton. 4:00 Five minute summary of
Veta for Immediate Brown. 909"Interview S. E. 1st: Ave.Mrs., Fla. Itp tothe outstanding mortgage. pro- News S space is available in the rear of the bank for

Gainesville. Fla. It WANTED Housekeeper (white) viding there is enough appraisal 4:1!:>5 At Your Request customer parking to conduct their banking business. Consultation Room ,
over 40 years old Care for two value to take care of both mort-
:MAN OR WOMAN-To take over 6:00 WRGR News Parade Our bank has consultation
children age 5 and 10 and one Drive-In a private room where your
route of established customers In gages.The Facility Window
adult male. Room and board and (World and National
Starke. Weekly profits of $50.00or salary In modern home. Writeor agency expects applicants. ) personal matters may be discussed in .privacy.; Competent
more at start possible. No car 6:10 WRGR News Parade We have a drive in teller's window
telephone 110 8-2S65 Earlton to obtain the building plans and where you can Bank Officers are available with whom
or other Investment you may
necessary Beach. Earleton. Fla., R. L. S. (State and Local) make
Will. help you get started. WriteC. Shlpman. Jr. Itp specifications for, the improve- 6:20 WRGR News Parade deposits or payments of your bank. obligations talk over your persOnal matters in strictest confidence.In .
R. Ruble 8-4.
Pept The J. R.
ments to be financed with the without getting out of your car and this window is
Watkins Company, Memphis 2. LOST-Friday Bull yearling vlclnl- (Sports and Weather)
Tennessee. Itp tv of Starke. Approx. 400 Ibs. loans. To help the borrower obtain 6:30 Revolving Bandstand -open for approximately one hour after the bank is closed Conclusion
Black with white on back and construction that meets '
FOR SALE-one Toy Terrier female stomach. Contact Dolph Reddish, of 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Music "accommodate our depositors. :Make use of this

Contact PUPPY.Bill Eight Epps weeks, Saratoga old. $20 County Ta II. Itn generally accepted the Farmers standards Home ) window. We installed it to better serve you. We feel the Citizens of Starke and, Bradford County ,

soundness,
Heights Itp WANTED-Waitress. No Sunday 8:00 Sign Off entitled to the latest in Modern
the are Banking Facilities
work. Salary, meals and cabinFred's Administration will review Savings DepositsWe j
ran RENT 4 Saturday
house .
room outside
city limits on Rd. 100. Ceo. W.' Cafe. ltp plans and inspect the construcion Same schedule as above except that are available andThe Community State Bank of ;
Cheekier 533 W. Pratt, pay 3% interest on savings
phone it deposits computed I
as progressesThe
iea-i. Itp ALL ALUMINUM AWNINGS can 1 to 6 p. m. Road Show Starke cordially invites you to make this bank
solve your window problem. See local Farmers Home Ad- semi-annually. Open a savings account to-day. your
FOR RENT-Three bedroom 'apart Aluma Kraft Awnings. Call or ministration county committeewill Sunday7:30Sign bank and enjoy the friendly atmosphere and modem
:
write Bill On Religious '
ment. Large living room dining Thompson for free prograInJuntil
room and kitchen. Gas heal, estimates. Phone 481-W, Rt. 1, determine whether or not an 1:00 n. m. 'Federal Deposit Insurance service that is now available at your convenience for
Telephone Installed. : Box U!, Starke. Itp
Call 99-W,
42J W. Jefferson St. tfchg applicant is eligible for a housing 1UX. to 6:00 p. m. The. Sun Each deposit is guaranteed up to $10,000. with the first time in Starke, where a cordial welcome
CITY PROPERTY FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished loan.,To be eligible, an applicant day Show Federal Deposit Insurance for
Acres, 435 ft. on street. 3/4 Acre home, couple or couple and must be the owner of a 6:00 to 8:00 your protection. awaits you.f"F .
Corner. Nice Building Sites. Phone Infant. Gladys -Harrington, 513! p. In.See Schedule .
2l-J. ..Pwner. 2tp 7/5 E. Washington St. Itp I farm be unable to obtain suit- above '





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