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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME SE\'TY-NINE'' STARKE. FLORIDA. 'FRIDAY JULY 5, 1957 -
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Operation Of Fire Control NEW PRESS Budget Is StudiedCity's Board
4 ARRIVES By

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i Program Begins In County AT TELEGRAPHWork

l1Tk: ;
Land Fill Plan
Fire fighting units were set men are Pitt Newsome and began Tuesday on OKd
a Duplex web
Monday to go into operation to Lawrence Wiggins of Brooker.A erecting per-
in the Brad-
protect timberlands in Bradford tractor is on hand for use in fecting press -
ford County Telegraph plant ,
County as the new Florida For- the county and other :equipment This press, weighing around Program EyedFor Members Oppose

est Service for the expected soon.
Program 30,000 pounds and capableof County: UseThe Boost In
County went into effect. Lee said that even on the MillageThe
running 4,500 newspapers
The program will operate out temporary setup the county win per hour, will replace the road was cleared for the

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have Complete
"'w- w '''. "' ----j'"" : .a. I of the Satsuma Forest Service I .thorough protection. old Whitlock press that has City of St rke to participate in its budget studies

Nick Shlnkoff, veteran scout of'the New York Giants, gives somebaU Station on SR 16 in Clay Coun- tower'coverage can be accomplished been in use by The Tele- the state's mosquito control pro- with an attitude Monday
of
handling pointers to Curtis MeGee, pitching ice of the BUS ty pending construction of the from existing towers i graph for almost half a gram under which the,city plansto any opposition to
suggestion of
and will be broughtin establish a sanitary land fill an increase
squad last season, during Giant tryouts held In, Starke last Fridayand Bradford County headquarters equipment :century. in millage rates.
Forester Frank Lee said Sat- from adjoining counties if The web press, which uses for garbage disposal as the County -
Herb Thomas, local restaurant owner and Giant The
Saturday
urday that construction on the needed he said. roll newsprint instead of Commission agreed Monday to members went over a

scout,' looks on. McGee was one of 42 .boys who: participated in the local headquarters on a site on Buildings to be constructed on fiat sheets, was purchasedby cooperate with the program. rough draft which had been pre-

tryouts. Though .the scouts showed'a great deal of interest 'hi McGee SR 100 about six and a half the Bradford County site besidesthe The Telegraph from the Besides providing the necessary pared by County Clerk Charles

he could not be considered! for signing because he still has an- miles west of Starke should be- tower are a garage'shop and :plant of the Gainesville, avenue for the city's project to Darby, revising some figures, inserting

other year of high school. Thomas said that the Giants were trying gin later this eummer. office and residence for a ranger -' lGa.) Times where the get underway, the Commissionersalso some and leaving other

to sign three of the boys who attended the tryouts. Two men have been hired so dispatcher and tower man. growth of the daily newspaper discussed entering the pro- items for further study. .
has made it gram themselves to
far for the Bradford ,County The ranger will be an experienced necessary accomplish The Commissioners have scheduled
|ito install a larger rotary sanitation and, mosquito control
unit, ranger at the Satsuma station -: forer.t service man while another meeting for next
services
in the
:Jress.t
county.
said Tuesday, and one pieceof other personnel will be hired Monday to finish the work on
t Steady growth of The Tel-
Since the state
Action ThreatenedTo in. The Lee aid. program has to the tentative
brought locally budget.
equipment :egraph's circulation in recent be administered During the
through the
I Lee has stated that the unit made purchaseof coun- week Darby will take the figure
:years ty, the Commission's
will release an annual payroll of the and faster agreement to 1. which the members '
larger approvedand
NamedTo cooperate was needed before the
Shut New Surveyor some $23,000 and would have an press necessary. The Whit- city could go ahead. estimate the total budgetand

Dump annual operating budget of 'Jock press would print only the millage. which will be
City Clerk
Carl
Johns
: around $28,000. The county's four pages at a time, and at City Attorney required to meet it.

Check PlatsThe I share of the annual expense of 'N speed of around 1,000 per I Arch Thomas Jr. and Eagle ScoutHank Several of the
A resident of the the Councilman W. H. member.- said
area near new city dump Tuesday I operating the control unit will hour. The web press will (Billy) Noegel that if it calls

night stated intentions to quit talking to the Council in efforts be $3,990.! print and fold eight pagesat I appeared before the Commissionto Graham, 15-year-old son in millage for an increase
ask its they would
Council Tuesday night time and at a speed endorsement of the and Mrs. W. H. Graham, launch a
to get action on his requests regarding the dump and City a of Mr.
The fire protection for Bradford's project. The city officials campaign to trim the
named M. G. McMillan as city more than three times as presented was awarded the rank of Eagle budget
to take to the from
steps prevent city using the site, apparently woodlands was approved the Commission with a resolu- down.
with one of his duties fast ceremoniesof
Scout at honor court
surveyor
referring to an injunction. by the voters in the general tion outlining the structure of the Among the
the inspection of subdivision plats ; Erection of the press will the Northeast Florida Councilin increased items in
The Council, advised I election in November. In two program and promising that the the
by City which developers plan to submit require about a week's time, Gaines\ille Thursday night. new budget were raises for
Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. that a previous elections the measure and it should be ready for county would not be liable for any I Duty as clerk to the
Power PlantTrouble tothe Council to see if they comply of the Hank, a member of Troop 70, is! Commision
temporary injunction is has been defeated. The city's financial r sponsibili.ties. and Road
the first time
possible, with State law. use on Jiow attending Camp Echocotee. Foreman R. E. Jones
made plans later in the meeting Telegraph's issue of July 12. Darby in requesting the raise

to begin immediate work with I The action of appointing some- Under the state program, the noted that he is the lowest
one to pass on these platt was Local Guardsmen State Board paidof
Brings equipment of Health matches__
available
to I
cover nnn any
up county clerk. The Commission
of -
recommendation Private
the Work
the garbage on the tract. taken on local funds by a minimum of $1.50tc raised his
John Torode, chairman of the Funds Undeposited $1. With these funds certain salary from
The complainant C. R. Bradford $1,800 to
Board of Equalization, who noted projects are undertaken $4,000 a year.
Special MeetingA told the Council: "I'm going Leave For CampA equip-
The
to have to figure out that a plat before the Council ment purchased and personnel Stopped Again Commisioners raised Jones'

some way I contained several errors. paid, with the state retaining a salary from $3.498 to $3,800 a
to stop the city from the School Board
using
joint meeting of the City the dump. If don't The case of a previous plat military convoy of 21 vehicles big say so concerning the projectsand year in recognition of the added

; Council and. Board of Bond you care about which had to be resurveyed and filed away from the Starke the use of .the equipment.The CommissionThe responsibility put on him when
my living conditions
I By
won't care
Trustees was called by the Council about yours." resubmitted at an expense of Armory early Sunday morningand Can't BillsThe Commissioners discussedthe the Commisioners changed the

Tuesday night to "lay the The statement after about $1,000 to the developer was a similar formation moved Pay project with Sanitarian Jack system of handling road work,
came the
cards the table" the also cited. Trawick and made arrangementsfor vesting all of the responsibility!
on concerning
Council rebuffed Bradford's I I out from Camp Blanding for a County Commission Mon-
sug- John Mulrennan in the foreman.
head of the
operation of the city's power gestion that if the city were going "Thesi errors mess up the people journey to Ft Stewart. Ga. School Board Monday found department day tried again to bring to a

'plant.Thia. involved the seller, the buyer where local will it dispensing the state halt the Items included in the new bud-
to launch a sanitary fill plan the I guardsmen undergo was unable to pay its June bills funds, to meet with them practice of private work

action was taken after a old dump would serve the purpose and the city in the laying of summer field training this amounting, to around $4,000 be- I Monday to ,discuss their possible next by the county as they expreaied get which were not in the previous -

discussion of personnel problemsat just as well as the new site.. utility lines," Torode said. week and next. cause its bank account was emp- participation.The concern that it was getting out budget. are $1.500 for the

the plant brought out that all "We have no intention of moving -, Under the new system the plat The trucks and jeeps leavingthe ty, _not from an overexpenditure of hand" Bradford County Library which

was not right between the two the dump," Chairman T. C. will be submitted to McMillan for Starke and Blanding base of the, budget,. but because tax Commissioners interested in seemed especially No work on private propertywill will be transferred to the countyso

groups and that friction among (Cliff) Hazen replied. approval before being handed to carried a total of more than 200 revenues hadn't been placed in line to'clear obtaining a be done with county equipment that the -state aid can. be obtained -

employees at the plant was disrupting Bradford and Warren the .Council. If McMillan finds It local men to participate. in the the account to replenish it in time. drag drainage ditches or.personnal. the Commission and.. $3,990" for the new
Hancock, and In
obtaining
smooth operation. who .does .ncf, comply jjjth,.ths'state trathin's: *' -SC&)ol Superintendent Harmon a mosquito"fog unanimously voted. This forest fire control program which
i attended the. meeting with machine for use in Hampton
said the School Board'saccount
The-meeting of the Council with II Bradford, seemed dissatisfied with j I I code, he will return it for correc- Both of the local units, Co. Morgan is still due about $15,000. Brooker, Lawtey and other coun- resolution is adopted periodicallyby was approved by the voters in

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the Bond ,Trustees was tentativelyset tion before it goes any farther.If the Commission, but the the last election. Another new-
the Council's declarations that B of Blanding and Co. C. of I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly conceded ty areas. prac-

for 6 p. m. Friday.A I they were doing everything they the submitter disagrees with Starke, are ordnance outfits and I I that this figure was right and Trawick explained that if the tice slowly spreads again when the item is $210.72 as salary for a

discussion: of trouble between McMillan's decis'ons, the plat will the members of each unit will :I Commissioners yield to the re- court reporter, an item requiredby
could to put a sanitary system into !said he is in the process of distributing county enters its own projects in-
employees, resulted in Councilmen operation."I be,sent to the State Board of En- provide maintenance and- supply the funds, asserting they to the program, its budget will quest of a voter for a simple a law passed by the recent

-asking why the BQnd Trustees did have never seen a dump thatI gineers to determine who is right.A support for a combat commandof 'would be in the account by the be set up separately from the job to be done. legislature.

not consider these matters. would call sanitary; ," Bradford charge of $10 was set by the a division. "next day. city.. And when an office holder Decision on some items in the

City Clerk Carl Johns, who sitsas I stated. Council to be paid to McMillan by The guardsmen will return to But by that time a lot of con- Starke will be established as a does something for one, he must Road and Bridge Fund were deferred -

clerk to both bodies told the the person who submits: the plat. I do it for others-and soon the until next week. Includedin
"We are doing everything I .. their homes on July 14. fusion will have been caused, district under the mosquito con-

Council the position of the Bond to get the. thing going" Haz-wqcan In other action the counclli Morgan said, because the School trol program with its sanitaryland practice is flourishing again. these were salaries of the

Trustees: they are reluctant to voted to wait until a Board's fiscal year ended on June fill and equipment to be used This time the particular con- road maintenance crew, timber
en told the men as he tried to w.1 Court
recommend action because in the cut the discussion short. "Thereis to act on a request by Mayor County CO. Any money received after I exclusively for the city. The city's cern of the Commissioners was and other materials, and repair

past their recommendations have T. Jackson that one or two men that time will go on next year's. I budget calls for the city to put up the hauling of dirt for drivewaysand of: equipment.The .
no to rehash it.
been disregarded, and many times reason be sent to a policeman's school in Opens MondayThe budget. $9,500 which the state will match yards of individuals. After Commission was dividedon
Near
the end
of the
the Council has taken action concerning meeting Tallahassee. They said they could At any rate, Morgan said, there with at least $14,250. Out of doing this service for a few of the amount to be allocated on
without when the dump problem again afford it at the present time.A will be < in the these funds bulldozer for work I.
the light plant not summer term of County a delay paying their constituents, the Commis- materials. Commissioners Mrs.
Thomas I
consulting the Bond Trustees. came members up advised the representative of a parking Court will open Monday with 19 June bills because a complicated at the fill will, be purchased, oper- sioners found themselves be- Jessie Chastain and Lawton

The Bond Trustees are sup- that there was a real meter firm appeared before the cases expected to be called. bookkeeping process of juggling ator hired, maintenance and other sieged with requests from others. Crawford favored a large increase -

posed to be in charge of the operation danger that the threat of an injunction Council trying to sell either new Five of the cases. are againsta figures and rebudgeting will have costs paid. So to halt the flood .0? requests in this item while others

of the power plant with could* become an actual- or used meters. The Council decided to be undergone. before they were pulled under,
husband and wife, Mr. and Mrs. I argued to hold it to $6,000. Thisis
their actions rubied to approvalof ity. I to survey their meter needs : Eldridge Moody. Two charges of New PresidentOf they resolved not to do anymore the fund from which culvert

the Council. I Until the sanitary fill plan can I and invited the man back to the private work for, anyone.
i public intoxication have been Lions pipe is purchased and which has
Assault Installed
that go into operation, the Council will discuss the matter Charges
to
Council members agreed I next meeting placed against each of them and "One man even asked me to threatened to run away with the
of the trustees he on a "Ucklish spot" regardingthe .further. haul the dirt around to his back "
the complaints an assault and battery count budget this
W. J. (Bill) Studstill was in- year.
were possibly justified and sug- dump, he mid. Mrs. Ruby Johns noted complaints faces yard," Commissioner Harold Norman -
Moody.
the joint meeting to The Council has adopted and she had received on the Against VomanDismissed stalled as new president of the remarked. The repair budget, another item .
gested
Three
profane language cases I which has caused the
thrash out the differences.The gotten county approval for a state operation of the mosquito fogging are on the docket. Two Negro Starke Lions Club at the regular trouble Commission
,
'em- program under which a sanitaryland The substance of the was predicted to go be-
discussion of the power machines. women, Louise Goodwine and meeting Thurslay night June 20,
stated fill will be established but that the machine 5 Cases HandledIn yond the estimated $15,000 if
complaints
plo 'eer, began when it was was Mayola Brown, are charged with HereAssault in the Lions Den. International the old
Is
that Bryden who had been hiredto this program will not go into would miss populated areas. Counselor Fred Morrow of Jack- equipment kept. Com
using profane language in a Negro -
missioner 3!. O. Harrell
effect until Oct. 1. noted
and serv- CourtA
supervise installation tavern in Lawtey on April I sonville served as installing offi- Mayor's that it's a bad situation
wouldbe They'agreed Tuesday night to whena
,icing of the new generators 27 and (). J. Aaron is charged and battery charges cer.
Union Services can't
soon and a decision call for bids on a bulldozer so I against Mary P. Huff were dismissed county afford to keepup
leaving with using profane language at Other new officers installed at light docket was recorded in to date
the
equipment road.
that the could on
work-
made soon on city begin '
to be during plea day proceedings
would have The. community Union Service the Greyhound Bus Station in this time .were: Robt. E. Firth, Mayor's Court Monday as only i The final budget will be
under ing on its own before that time. last motionof approved -
working Thursday on a *
of
disposition men Thomas'urged the members to sponsored by the Presbyterian Starke, also on April 27. 1st vice presidentRobt.; G. Paterson five cases were handled. None of in August and will

and Methodist churches Mrs. Edith Wilcox is charged County Prosecuting Attorney 2nd vice David the defendants appeared their
Christian president; aijd go into effect when the fiscal
him.This do could new
Mer- everything they during
that Mack Futch who said that evidence -
led to a proposal the intervening time to keep the I will b3 held in the PresbyterIan with assault and battery on J. Montgomery, 3rd vice 'president; bonds, totaling $90, were es year starts Oct. 1.
named superintendentof was insufficient for
ri'l' flees bs : church Sunday. The Rev. V. Johnson as the result of an prose- C. W. Colson, secretary-treasurer; treated.
leaving Power dump sanitary to stave ,off as I cution. Darby said that the budgetfor
the power plant 'Donald F. Kokomoor, pastor of incident occurring at Bedford A. H. Harley Jr., Lion tamer; L. Twenty seven dollar bonds were
many It
Riley Warilinith complaints as possible. MIT. Huff the sheriff's office will be
Superintendent the First Methodist Church will Lake on June 15. A worthless was charged on C. Hinson tail twister; John A. forfeited by Robert Cooper and
of purchasing agent and was agreed to take immediate April 16 with striking a neighbor ready for study by the CommL-
the jobs bring the message. The service check charge against Marklee Torode, :Merrill Williams, W. T. Philip O'Bryan Jr. Cooper was
action by using the city's dragline sioners next
overseeing the distribution sys- woman, Betty Jane McKinney, week also. The
be fins at.8 p. m. Everyone is in- Griffis is also slated for trial. Jackson. and Harry C. Elrod Jr., charged with public intoxicationand sheriffs office,
just changing
i tern.Wasdin (Continued on Page 5)) vited. Traffic cases expected to.be. during an argument concerning directors.: O'Bryan with reckless driv-
told the Council that if neighborhood children. Mrs., Huff I from the fee system, has never
on the docket are Lloyd Dennis excessive speed.
I ing by
would no The next regular. meeting of the before had to submit a budget.
he accept
pleaded not 30
this happened : guilty on April
I McDonald, reckless driving by Three persons, T. F. Sheehan,
1 the plant refusing I and free under bond. club is scheduled for 7:30 p. m.
responsibility was $300
excess've speed; and Bascom V. W. Midgette and Clara Kist-
to answer calls if asked to 7 Children Are Taken From Parents Dan Hollowell, passing school'The case was' slated for trial in Thursday, July .11, in the Lions ner, forfeited $12 bonds on Only 1 Person

there.
down the next trail term of court beginning Den.
go bus; William Thomas Holland charges of running red lights.
Council disapproved of this

I attitude The by Wasdin. "There are Charged With Not Providing Fit HomeA vehicle reckless under driving,control failure; to Russell have Six persons July 8. appeared before \Protests TaxesOnly

1 when we need all ot the I '
times Booker, improper passing; Ken- County Judge T. A. Yawn on
Confiscated 15 Years
[ employees to help ChairmanIT. neth Starling, driving while intoxicated plea day for all pleading guiltyto Whiskey AgoMon't one protest was heard

C. (Cliff) Hazen said. Starke couple's roven chil- charged that these occasions of ; John A.- Mangas, reckless trafic violations and 41 bonds Monday as the County Commis-

Wasdin said that Dees and dren were taken away from drunkeness produced a harmful driving, failure to have vehi- were estreated of persons failingto sioners convened as the Board of

(other men at the power plant are them last Friday through juve- environment for the children and cle under control; Antonio Gin- appear. Be Returned; Plans Destruction Equalization to hear complaintsabout

I unable to be reached when off' nile court action. the children sometimes were ori improper passing on curve I ,Five of the six pleading guilty property taxes on the 1957

I work, and he would be the only Juvenile Judge T. A. Yawn left alone either in the house or and Floyd Edward Tooker, ,improper had been arrested for improper I I tax roll.

lone to be contacted. ruled that the children the in the car outside of a tavern license. parking and the other man was A quantity of whiskey which during the 16 years it has been The Board refused to take any

--Wasdin also'charged that because youngest 9-months-old and the when their parents were drink- The case against former Union I charged with reckless driving by was confiscated in 1941 and has in the County's\ hands. A previous -.I action after hearing complainantGary

I of the division of authority .oldest nearly 9-years-old. lacked County Sheriff L. C. demons of excessive speed. The, penalty in been stored in the sheriff's office attempt to dispose of it led Ennis, protest action of Tax

I "' to borrow men I ing.Most ever since won't be returned to to protests from groups that Assessor Gene Long in removinghis
ind'his inability "proper care, and that the of the drunken episodestook carrying a pistol without a permit all of the cases was $35 or 10 .
I of the -I Al Hartman its owner. such action would put the coun- property from homestead ex
from Bryden two generators "home' environment was such as place in a nearby county has not been placed on the days. former

at the plant "haven't run to endanger the welfare of the from which the family moved docket for trial at this term of Pleading guilty to improper Instead the County Commission ty into the liquor business. So emption. Ennis told forced the him board to

( months." several months but several will seek to end the controversyover the matter was dropped. that circumstances
for two children. ago, court. Clemens was originally passing were James H. Williams. I he still
charges that some stayedn Tvhich such incidents have taken Garden the liquor by disposing of Futch advised the Commis- reside in Tampa though
Other The complaint was upheld placein charged with aggravated assaulton Milton Ricks, Rodney considered Starke as his home,
office "for five or six after Friday's Starke. and Richard it. sioners that the liquor could be
[ the by the judge W. C. Stalnaker, Brooker Richard Fonde Ap- "possibly planning to return here
[!hours a day drinking coffee and hearing continued: "Home, be- The juvenile court records of garage man, but the charge was pelL Fined for excessive speedwas The County Commission took destroyed on an order from the someday." -

reading the paper" led the Coun- cause of frequent intoxication. the other county lista five in- later reduced: Gary Reddish Negro. this action Monday on the legal County Judge. cited the homestead law

hil to call for the Bond Trustees and fighting .and other adverse stances in which the children Cases of failure to have vehi advice of County Attorney Mack The Comisslonera were anxious Long own-
which that a
to help ,remedy the situation.' conditions. in' the past of theparent. were found alone when eitheror C of C MeetingThe des under control against Jessie Futch. to ,get rid of the whiskeyand ing property provides"reside person thereon" to

.'\. is An unfit place for the one or both of the parentswere Woodward of Rome. N. Y., and The whiskey was confiscatedby get it out of their hair,

Chief In HospitalPolice children to live.'! drunk. On these ocasionsthe Board of Directors of the Edgar Lewis of !Cooker were former Sheriff A. O. Audreu Hartman attending the meet claim the exemption.
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After the hearing the children juvenile judge issued a warn- Chamber of Commerce will meet continued until civil action which from an establishment Hartman' I ing told the Commissioners: "Do I Ennis also protested about taxes '

Chief W. E. Thornton I Ins were turned over to the' State I ing to the couple and finally proceedings Monday at 1:15 p. m., Mrs. Mar- resulted from wrecks in which operated. In '1942 Hartman began whatever you think is best, but In general, saying that they have

taken ill Saturday morning.. Welfare Board's representativein .were started to take : ian Howe, manager, raid this they were involved is completed. suit to get .liquor returned don't give it to anybody." risen to such an extent in all sections -

Knd admitted to a Palatka hos- this district for placement in the children away, but the act- week. Th men were involved .in sep- but the suit ended with the The Commissioners replied that many persons are forced -

;.Itat foster homes. ion dropped when they promised"to At the meeting Mrs. Howe will arate collisions earlier in the Florida Supreme Court upholding that it would probably be poured to sell out. Though complaining -

.Officers in touch with the hos- The action against ,the couplewas do better". report on the recent training month. the Circuit Court in denying down a drain. 'about taxes In general. Ennis

)ttal report that the chief is based on a history of peri- Also listed .in the investigationwere program conducted by the Judge Yawn handled a total! of the petition. "I don't care," Hartmann ;jokingly said he felt his own taxes were not

're\tlng well." odic drunks which they indulgedin. four arrests each in the Southeastern Institute at the 94 traffic and criminal casds The whiskey has been involved replied. "Just tell me lout

The juvenile authorities (Continued on Page 5)) sponsored by the Presbyterian during June. in continuous controversy which way the drain goes." of line with.others.

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PAGE TWO BBADFOBO COUNTY TELEG&AFH, STARKE, FLOBDA

FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1957

VVTVVvvVVVvfIVVWvvvvvv.1 into the Hardy house where t, NOTICE

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH they had been livinMr. -. June 25, 1957 First tate publication?'Rufus June Moore.21.deceased.1956. your answer or pleading to the complaint Street, Rockrllle Centre, New York !
; The registration Books of the on the Plaintiff Attorney New York. '
HAMPTONBy and Mrs. Otis Loman and City of Starke, Florida will be 6/21 4t 7/12 Green & Green. Starke Florida. You lire hereby notified that a salt

EST. 1679 family of North Carolina open for Registration .of Electors, NOTICE TO APPEARS and file the original in the office or for divorce, custody and controlof
xctI ?LOMDA'$ OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS* ,are at the City Halt in the City of I. Co.rt. BrMfor the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor minor children and ratification -
PAPua PUBLISHED CONTINO>I$LY visiting her parents, Mr. and Starke; Florida from Thursday ? !. Chancery. Cewty, before the of separation agreement I
Mrs. D. E. 1HD July 11, 1957 15 day of July, 1957; has been filed against In
Mrs. L. AJX. from $:00 A.1L Lucy Norris you the
R. Brown Gllchr'st.
UNDER THE SANK MASTHEAD. ,. near Hamp- to 5:00 P.M. each day except Sat. Gilchrist! Plaintiff, vs. otherwise the allegations .of said above named Court and cause and
&AAAAAAAAAALAAAAA&AAAAAh I. urdays, from 9:00 AJt to 12:00 IO'Neal Defendant. Complaint will ba taken. "AS coufeaa you &1'. required to serve a copy of
Case
No -
10-2228 efl
ton.Mr.
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND CNTCIIFD AS SECOND CLASS and Mrs. "Arnold Haddock o'clock noon, through Saturday, Xetlee Appear This bY'Jol. your answer or pleading the
notice shall .
Baptist Bible SchoolTo August 10, A.D., b puollshed complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
1957. 12:00
o'clock To: O'Neal
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNOU Gilchrist. whose resi once eaca week for four consecutive
and children of Jacksonville viSited noon. T. Frank Landrum P.
THE: ACT OF MARCH .. '87.. dence and address is .
Begin Monday : Unknown. weeks la the Bradford County Tele- .
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA. You are O. Box 546, Starke, Florida
relativea and hereby notified
With Vacation Bible .School at friends here Ey Carl Johns, Registration Officer suit that a graph. and file the original tne office of
Dated this 11 day of June
U57.
Saturday. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Hampton Baptist Church to be- 6/8 2t 7/5 for divorce, care, custody and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby or before the 8 day of July
.n----------------------fl----------fl-----fl fl-- Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKowen of control of minor children has Clerk 01.the
!:! ".!: V V V V V.! V V V V :V.V V V 'II' V V I F V V VVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVV V in next Monday morning, July 8, been filed against By Marian Circuit Court 137; otherwise the allegation of
QakIand N. J. L. Crosby .Deputy Cl rk said Compalnt will be taken M
arrived
in
Hampton you in the above
9 the teachers named Court
arid
following 'IH.it
at a. m. IfS confessed by
Former's NOTICE TO APPBAB yon. (
cause and
DiaryBy you are _
have been named for classes for Saturday for a week's visit !. tfvcilt c..rt. Bradford Craity. a copy of your answer required or to serve NOTICE iPrA1 This notice shall be publishedonce
with the W. A. Saxons.. Other FUrUai Ia CfcaMcry. to the pleading TO each week for four consecutive
complaint on the la CIft.lt cmrt,
children 3 13. Plaintiffs Bradferd
through
years Anthony J. Rubino, Plaintiff, vs. Couaty, week in the Bradford County Tele-
Said McG&ryry Attorney Joseph K. FlorUai
t guests ,at the Saxons are Mr. Florence Rubino Defendant. Skipper 221 IB Chancery. graph.
Three-year old beginners Florida Title E'ulldlng, Jackson- Francis J. Asip. Jr. .
Plaintiff '
and Mrs. 'Madison Lee of Perry Case No. 10-22:7 vllle 2. Florida Carol M. -, -vs. Dated this 4 day of June. 1957.OFI.'ICIAL .
Asip, Defendant.
Miss Norma Jean Jones, Miss Notlee Te Appears and file ( SEAL)
heartworms: for he is still alive Mrs. Joann O'Grady and H. C. To ,Florence Rubino, whose resIdence the the original In the office of 4i Case N'w 10-19 Charles A. Da'sy.
Betty Darius, Mrs. Louise Ho- Clerk of the Circuit Court on _. .. T. Appear
thanks to the treatment given Green Sr. of Jacksonville. Mrs. and address is: 112 Curtis or before the 22 To Clerk of the Circuit Court.
day of : Carol M.
( JUly Asip. whtse residence
gan; 4-5 year'beginnersMrs.. Lane, Yonkers. New York. 19 7 otherwise By Marian. I* Crosby Deputy Clerk.
by our friend, "Doc" Mullins. Saxon, Mrs. O'Grady, Mrs. Lee You are hereby notified that a said; Comoaint the alterations- of and address is: 81 lutervale 6/7 4t nm
Charlea Hicks Mrs. L. L. Melt will be taken
For one thing we are feedingLeo ni; and Mrs. McKowen are s'sters. cult for divorce, custody, control confessed by xou. as f
7-8 .. Lester and support of minor children
year PrimaryMrs. I This notice shall
a lot better than we uasd Miss Carolyn Toles of'Roma: b-si been filed against JOIn the I'once each week for be published
Slade Mrs. J. L. Slade 8-9 four consecutive
; year above named Court and end
Ga., arrived last Thursday for cause weeks in the
to. He now gets some meat, aweek's Bradford County Tele-
1'Well PrimariesMrs.. Marvin Faile you are required iu serve a copy of graph.
J along with his regular ration, visit with her brotherinlaw sour answer or pleading to the Dated this
Mrs. Glenn MacIntosh. Mrs. Ed- complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney II 13 day of June, 1957.
and sister Mr. and, Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL
and he looks and acts a lot bet ward Saxon; Junior girls-Mrs. T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box 546 Charles A. )
I Darby
Marvin Faile and .
ter for it. .family. Starke, Florida
Milton Misner, Mrs. Donald Hill;' and file the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
original in the
office ,
.> SHaving Alethia Williams, daughter of of the Clerk By Marion 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
of the Circuit Court
what with onor
hogs up, cows and Junior boys- Marvin Faile
i 6/21 4t
another battle with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ,Williams, before the 7/12
bringing a better price and eggs and C. L. Cooper.Arrangements 22day of July, 1957; "When the road caUs
rats and this time underwent an appendectomy at NOTICE TO AtTKAR open ,
the on our place otherwise the allegations of sail
going. up, price picture for I. SUpER .
Circuit *
our farmers looks a little better we got some Warfarin from are being made Bradford County Hospital, Sunday Complaint by you.will betaken a. confessed Fl.ria. !Court. ...Hr7.flradf.r. Geunsy. remember... a safe driver!isato -

George Huggins, and that is real- for pianist and flannelgraph studies June 23, and ia now at This notice shall be published Joyce Woodhouse Plaintiff vs. John "* -
right now. And then some of E. Woodhouse, Defendant. I relaxed driver. Stop at highway
.the trick. Alice as well as other helpers for home convalescing. once each week tor four consecutive
the made a litUe moneyin ly doing says weeks In the BRADFORD COUNT! Case No. 10-2222
growers Not that it seems to be importantthat I the school, according td Mrs. C. A2c] James Home left Wed- TELEGRAPH. Notice To ..ear [gores displaying the Super Sue
the last
growing season. Dated this IS day of June 1957. To: John E. Woodhoase, whose
,
I L. who is superintendent
from berries, for the rainy spells you follow directions, in Cooper, nesday to return to Lowry AFB. (OFFICIAL SEAL: ; Charle A. Daro> residence and address is: 2421 Carol i Sign.Enjoy some 55 icecream .
order to get a good kill. : of the VBS. Each day's session Denver, Colo., after a week's Clerk of the Circuit Court Avenue, Yuma ,Arizona
ruined each crop as it came By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk You are hereby notified that a suit
will from 9 a. m. to noon,
S S U run visit here with his parents, Mr. for divorce,
along but some made money 6/21 4t 7/12 custody and support
Sam went out of the state with refreshments served duringthe and Mrs. J. W. Home and of minor child, and attorneys'fee
from cukes, beans, peppers and Chas
sweet ; )rn. The less said about. last week for the first time since morning by women of the friends. He had accompanied his \ been filed against you in the

I coming here and even though it church. parents home the week before I NOTICE TO APPEAR above named Court and cause and
the Irish potato and the tobacco !. CtrcBlt Court Bradford Co.Bty, you are required to serve a copy of v -1
the better, however. was only in the neighboringstate Housewarming Honors from their trip to Denver. Y7. S. Florida| la Ckaaeery. your answer or pleading to the : / Its ..?
crop,
of Georgia, he felt like he 'Mr. And Mrs. Frank Thomas Home, brother of Mr. Home, Bonnie Lou Thompson. Plaintiff vs. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney t
S S Denver Thompson Defendant. Joseph K. Skipper, 2M Florida
was in a foreign country. Went Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I left Monday for his home in St._ Case lcc.. 10-25SS Title Building, Jacksonville 2,
of ---- --- -- ----
See number of plantings
a Florida
up to St. Mary's, which is sup- Thomas surprised them with a George, S. C., after Notice To AppearTo
sweet potato patches throughout I : Denver Thompson whose resi- and file the original In the officeof
posed to be the second oldest housewarming at their home ing the Homes on accompanY-j dence and address is: 5430 Camp the Clerk of the Circuit Court on r

the county and thorn we see are city in U. S. Never will learn to near Hampton Wednesday evening west and visiting Etowie Blvd., Fort Worth. Texas. or 1957 before the 15 day of July
really up high on beds. Must be You are hereby notified tnat a ; otherwise the allegations of
say "Georgia" the way they do June 26. Members and eral days. suit for divorce custody and said Complaint will be taken as i--

that our farmers are looking fora up there.S friends of Hampton Baptist To correct an error in last control of minor children confessed This notice by you.shall be published All Popular Flcnron / Cone*, tins. Finh, Family H-GaEonTT
wet fall this year. I has been filed against you In the
very S U Church arrived for the party following week's Hampton news, Charges above named Court and cause andy once each week for four consecutive
S weeks In the Bradford County Tele.
We're keeping a good watchon prayer meeting at the Manier, who is here on furlough ..u are required to serve a copy of graph.

Saw a tobacco barn go up in the mocking bird nest, for church. visiting with his mother, Mrs. your answer on the or pleading pfelntiffs to Attorney the complaint Dated this 6 day of June, 1957.

flames this week and that wasa now there are four eggs, and the Refreshments of cake and Louir- Manier, was recently T.Starke Frank, Florida Landrum P. O. Box 546 (Official Clerk Seal) of Charles the Circuit A. i>atu-Court SALE OF ALL SALES!

mighty expensive "smoke. period for incubation hare begun. punch were served by women of stationed at Warren AFB in and file the original In the office of By Marian L. Crosby Dwity Cl.rb

There was about 1,000 lbs. of One of the pair is on the nest the WMU. Wyoming. He is to leave July the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or 6/14 4t 7/5

leaf in the barn and that meansit all the time and at nightwe will leave NOTICE TG APPKAR JVHILE THEY LAST!
almost Personals 12 for New York and 22 day of July, 1957; !. Circuit Court. Bradford County
was worth about $500. Hopeit hear the other singing sweetly from there for four years of ser- otherwise the allegations of mid Florida I. Chancery.Erkkl .
insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin Complaint will be taken as confessed B. Tallbacka You Buy A New-36" Pyrofax Gas
was covered with Plaintiff, vs. Range
as if tuning up for a lullabyfor and daughter expect to returnto vice in Germany with the air by you. Susan Tallbacka, Defendant.Case .
This notice shall be
S SHave the young ones which are on force. published No. 10-2223 Model PY5057
Hampton this weekend aftera once each week for four consecutive Notice To AppearTo
been swimming over at the way. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwardsand weeks in the Bradford County Tele Susan
Tallbacka
whose
10-day visit with relatives and : res-
Kingsley and Silver lakes lately S S S family of Pensacola are visiting graph. idence and address is: 37559 Second FOR ONLY $
friends in Stewart, Misa Dated this 18 day of June, 1957. Street. Willoughby Ohio 179'PIus ?
and as far as we are concerned the whichis this week with Mr. and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
Contrary to report Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hill and You are hereby notified that a suit
Clerk of the Crreuu Court
there is better swimming herein circulating around, Sam was daughters spent last weekend in Mrs. R. O. Simmons near Hamp- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk has far been divorce filed against you In the Trade-In
this area than any place in the ton. Also viisting Sunday were 6/21 4t 7/12
not used for the model for Bradenton with Mr. and Mrs. above named Court and cause and
this country that we know of. in the field Mr. and Mrs. RUf,'1l Raulersdh, you are reoutred to serve a copy of
scarecrows over AND
Gene Clouse and family and Mrs. your answer or pleading to the FOR $1.00
For one thing, the water is mild, along Bayless highway. For one Irene and daughter. daughter and son-in-law of Jack- complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney 1

and not the way it is in the St. Planavsky J.OTICE TO CREDITORS Gerald R. Hart, 301 Smith Build- .
sonville.Mr. .
thing, the scarecrow f, ands upa Personals Florida Statutes ing, Jacksonville 2, Florida GET A NEW 20 GAL. PYROFAX
Lawrence river, where you dive lot straighter, and it appearstd Mrs. Marklee Norman and two and Mrs. Dennis Parker ID The Court of the County Judge, ani file the original in tnb office

in, swim fist to keep from freez- be a good 20 lbs. heavier than and family visited Friday with Bradford County, Florida, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on GAS WATER HEATERElectric
children are spending a few day;, In Probate.In or before' the 15 day of July
ing, and then get out shiveringand Sam. his father, John Parker, enroute re: Estate of Rufus Moore De 1957; otherwise the allegations of

blue as a crab's claw. S S this week with her sister-in-law, home to Flint, Mich. after visit.-. I ceased. said Complaint will be taken asconfessed Bill to High, Range and Water Heater Old and
Merle Norman, at Camp Bland- To All Creditor and Persona Having by you. ,
S SHear Screwworms are really fierceat in relatives in Sarasota and : Claims or Demands Against 'his notice shall be publisher Worn Out, if so seeCENTRAL
once each week for four consecutive
Said Estate
more talk about cattle this time of year. Went out ing.Joan Sweeney of Gainesvillewas Homestead.Mrs. You and each of you are hereby weeks In the Bradford County Tele .

men rolling their through Ida Bener of Waldo and graph.
grass with of cattlemen to notified and required to presentany
one our
weekend at the
a guest Dated this 6 day of June, 1957.
stockers and feeders, rather than look his and he found Mrs. B. M. McNulty of Baltimore claims and demands which you, (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
over cows, home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. or either of you, may have againstthe
the "cow-and-calf" method of two calves that were in bad May.J. visited Mrs. T. F. Brown Friday.. estate of Rufus Moore, By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of thlll Circuit Deputy Coun Clerk FLORIDA GAS &
ed late of said
County, deceas-I I
cattle raising. Mm Jessie Chastain stayed
from the 6/14 4t 7/5
shape worms. L. Peeples, who was hurt County Judge of Bradford
"It's the only way to make S S S the at the Thomas saw- overnight Thursday with her Florida at his office in the court APPLIANCE COMPANY
on job
money on cows here that I knowof sister, Mrs. Horace Douglas, in house of said County at Starke. NOTICE TO APPEAR
This is the time of the year mill last week when struck by Florida, within eight calendar] IB Circuit Court. Bradford County

one Bradford County cattle- when we're supposed to go fishing. branches of a falling tree, has High Springs. months from the time of th. first i. Florida i IB ChanWry. 119 S. Walnut St. -- Phone 301 .. Starke
man said not long ago. I publication of this notice. Each Reva Kirk, Plaintiff, vs. Norman Flai ;
Hope we can get some of it been released from Bradford claim or demand shall be in writing Kirk, Defendant. Case No. 10-2227 i

S done this summer and maybe we County Hospital, and is recu- and shall state the place of Notice To Appear Pyrofax Gas .-- Bulk, Metered and CylindersDon't ] ,
YOU'LL LOVE the new Estepbrook residence and post office address of To: Norman Kirk, whose residence -
Looks like our dog Leo has can if we really stop letting perating at home. fountain the claimant and shall be sworn to and address is: Unknown.You .

recovered from his attack of other things interfere with it. I I The B. B. Eiland family have prase-size pens h by the claimant, agent, or attorney, are hereby notified that a Be Too Late! HURRY!
,, pastel sh des. Only $3.09 at Bradford and any such claim or demand not suit for divorce
I Ii moved to Gainesville, and Mr. County Telegraph. so filed shall be void. has been filed against you in th.
sEunice Moore above Count and and
named cause
and Mrs. P. H. Lott have moved
As administratrix of the Es- you. are required to serve a copy of !
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Wherein the summer days fly noon, but not too hot and the AT ST. PETERSBURG -
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swiftly by. I am busy with my sun is shining bright. I was up AT ORLANDO

home, garden, and watch the before five this morning and FLORIDA NATIONAL lANtAT

building of the new chapel.I hoeing in my garden. There is PENSACOlA S

not too much to hoe over now fLORIDA NATIONAL BAN S TRUST O.AT .
think true love is never blind
WEST PALM BEACH CONDITION
But rather brings an added as most all of the vegetables are flOKIDA NATIONAL BANK ; COMBINED STATEMENT OF

light, too large to hoe. Raspberrieswill AT CORAL CABLESflOHIDA -
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An inner vision quick to find soon be ripe. I can have BANE I TIUST (0. JUNE 6 1957

The beauties hid from common green beans now to eat. We have AT DAYTONA, BEACH. ,- ,
flORIDA NATIONAL BANK
sight. nice Irir.h potatoes.I .
AT LAKELAND .
No soul can clearly see washed Saturday so now my riOtlOA NATIONAL BANK '

Another's highest noblest part, ironing is done: When the shade AT KEY WEST ... ;: : : : : ::: ::: :.:! ::::::: :...:.. :;:7--,:: :::;.: :':::". .. ./-:;.;;1Ail.! ; rWfi O f. 7 } 1a A\:' ." r :.: jt..y.4iEf.ft:: : : ; : .: ,, ,, .
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Save through the sweet phi- begins to get on the garden, I AT FLORIDA BARTOW NATIONAL BAM .:.' ......,.,.. ..w''' '' N. .. "... ... .-,--,-_.... ..:;:- .."...". "',,':, <,: .,,m,"':. "' : ::.:.v'''''' .. .m'!>; '' w. --- "

losophy intend to pull up a few weeds :' ;' ,
flORIDA NATIONAL lANK .
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And loving wisdom of the that have sprung up in the onion AT GAINESVILLE : I

heart. patch. I am so glad that the car- flOUDANATIOKAL BANK 1.L"l RESOURCES, LIABILITIESI

Phoebe Cary penters no longer have to pound. AT OCAIA

This June we have had so Building Don is really a trying job. Loans & Discounts $170,566,312.33 "-Capital I Stock $16,650,000.00

many weddings at our churches.I has gone out in' the country -

I: \\ them all much happiness.It to set up a gas stove and deliver e Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures Surplus! 20'520,DOOJI

is over 11 years ago now thatI gas. Yetferday afternoon, Office Building 5,161,315.22.

came to Nebraska and marriedmy Don took me driving for an hour ,_* .Including' Undivided Profits tGll.263.11I .

good Dan. Each year my loye and a half. We covered farming Other Real Estate Owned 243,181.85

grows deeper &.'1 I see and appreciate areas went dothe country 38.84U68.17

his qualities. Some people roads. We covered a lot of territory I Prepaid Expenses 178,516.54 -

have not the depth or quality and saw nice fields of Other Resources .- 56,400.11 Reserve For Contingencies 8,410,103.47 .. I
corn, alfalfa and oats. Fat beef .
in them to love anyone. Those \
cattle, milk cows, and not so Customers Liability Ale -
people have my sympathy. Theyare Reserve For Taxes Interest Etc. 3,81t188.20
the many hogs as usual. ,
missing greatest happiness Letters of Credit 211,111.12
in life. GRAPE FRUIT SALAD. Peel

Our new chapel is a beauty. I and slice one grape fruit. Peel Accrued Interest & Income Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 2405692.02

and slice one avocado. Dip avo-
written in timer $ 1,769,486.93 12511"50.00
have previous Receivable
cado in lemon juice to keep from I
Dividends Declared I Not t Yet t Payable
about the size. Our 20 new pewsof ,
blonde oak have come and turning dark. Place the slices U. S. Government Securities. 206,887,814.41


the walls are painted a dusty alternately bed of lettuce.petal Put fashion a tablespoonof on a I Florida County & Municipal Bonds 22,982,127.72 Bills Payable! 1,100,000.00

rose. The acoustic tiles are in

the ceiling to catch the sound. 'Serve cottage with cheese French in dressing.the center. ri; Federal Reserve,Bank Stock 1,004,400.00,, letter of Credit 28 ,15314

Behind the altar is a large pic FLORIDA BANK .J
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ture. We could not get "The making a choclate cake use cocoa FLOHDA I UTIONAl BANK Other Uahilities _._ f 12,56185sT

Lord's Supper", and anyway the to dust the cake pan after AT ftfNANOINA BEACH ...R Cash On Hand & Due From Banks 160,342,198.88 .... :: : '

casket and flowers would be in .FLOSIBA BANK ..
greasing, instead of flour, for a AT DELANO ::: /4 393,526P05'06 Deposits ,. 515,560,230.34
front of the people, so we gota UIII' "s.
nice dark ,
cake.chop onion and FL0LIAMATI0MAL -
painting, "God'a Country", I AT fERRY ". .1.-:;
green peppers together for a .
mountains and blue water and I ILOIIZ&OELLUS&NB ttOIEIS lAKE ; ; S51D 549 508J9
relish on hot dogs.... stuff that : $570,549,508.89 ,
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pine trees. It is lovely. < '0"
pillow for a pet with old nylon I FLOBI9A UIII' _' -I '

The floor has rubber tile. We I hose, and it will wash easily and AT 5TA. E \ .t __y ,;' S. ':,

have in mind what organ we . "
dry quickly.The FLORiDA NATIONAL BANK :;i! ", -z"" 'nr" "', .."' ." /,Yo.. v.
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The outside Is painted -
bought one. have had plenty of rain and AT rOIT $T. JOE .
and all the steps but one set .- -
the country is lovely. The lawnsare flSIIDA BANK '. .

are, done. The iron work is on green and gardens growing.We AT MADISON .
the front The folding fLOllDAIATiOUL BANK : : -
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doors are up that separates the places and a few bad tornadoes.Our AT AUINGTONFIOIIDA BANK <, -;i:"....-"..' "'"._.--,"-,:.,, --<... : : ,, '.. FLORIDA National Group : _
old from the new "l" _' ;_ ,- '- .
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Mortuary has > > i : :
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chapel. The family room will be We are very happy. FLOtlOA BANK iAT ':,..,;,-: < 27 IANKS IN TM nOUOA NATION. CtOVf f Banks ...,--"
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in the mortuary part The apart- I have such nice letters from IUSMNEU */' ,- 0 .1<. !;;;;. '

ment above is all finished as far my girls at Clay Hill. They are AT FLOtlBA IIENT MTIOXU SANK : _' "' :.'f'.c. ,.--(._.' ," -._<.' "-'""< ?'-.J'-": '- l', -...- .

as we intend to finish until '
grown and married now and I FLOIIUITI0ALWL .
autumn. The furnaces are in and have, their children's pictures. I AT VEtO BEACH a-..

the air conditioner ready to be I
shall never cearo to love them .

turned on both places. We are i and be proud of Hazel Griffis, \ :. MEMBERS F.D.I.C.wc .

happy over the new addition to_ Shirley Mosley, Hazel Baxley ,.

our establishment. Joy Harris, Betty Carter and .
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t yyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Daniel Kramer received the sac and daughter, Miss Geraldine, :Antonio, Texas \ and Mrs. Gladys Copeland and! for the purpose? Hope to see you J."r -

rament, of baptism at the morning -I had asSunday guests Mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and family enjoyed singing and out Friday night. _

t' KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS worship hour at the Com- James Starling, of Jacksonville, sons and June Brown, are spend- piano playing at the home of D. J. Parrish entered the Brad- SAY'S

munity Church on Sunday, June and Miss Judy Haislop, of ing their vacation with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen.We ford County hospital Tuesday to

30. Starke. Mrs. W. J. Wise in Opp, Ala. regret to learn that Lonnie have his leg' broken and reset.
By Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 Home Appliances
Mr. and .I11. Charles Clark Yr. and .Mrs ,Walter Wilkin- Harris is a patient in the Lake We certainly hope he will soon be
&t. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. son's Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pope and City Veteran's Hospital and wish welL
------------------------1--------- ------- have as guests this week ,their guests were Mr. and
daughter, returned to their homein i Just reminder for all of Your Friendly
Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and and him a speedy recovery. a you
and family
New son daughter-in-law, Mr. and ,
Traffic Signs Maj. E. A. Timmons and Mrs.
Jacksonville on Sunday after ladies who interested in the
are
Mrs. T. R. Clark, Marvin Thompson, of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson and
The new signs limiting park- Timmons. Before joining the several with Mrs I Norge Dealer
ville, and Mrs Ada Dyal, of Lake spending days daughter, Marsha, of Jacksonville sewing class conducted by the
ing time ,in front of the bank children Major and Mrs. Tinvmons Mr. Erie H. Mecklem, his Butler. Ed Carter and family. Miss Dora spent' the weekend with Mrs. Dor- I Maxville Home DemonstrationClub
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and post office and signs re- enjoyed a trip through daughter, Mrs. Paul Holl, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carter went home with them othy, Waters and family. on ,July 16 at the Maxville O NQRGE, APPLIANCES
George Robertsof ,
stricting turns in the middle of New England visiting Cape Cod, her children, Nancy, Paula Marian Jacksonville for a visit. Mrs. Jack Waters of Jackson- I Civic Club, to be sure to buy a O MAYTAG WASHERS
the block should in friends in and Alan of Pittsburgh are were Friday sup pattern :of choice and buy
help handlingthe seeing New Haven Mr. and 'Mrs. Richard BennettJr. ville and her sister, Patricia, whois your
heavy traffic on Lawrence Conn., and sightseeing in Wash- spending' some time in the Holl per ant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bry- and family of Daytona were visiting her from Savannah,'Ga., I your dress material so you will -.0'COLEMAN HEATERS and
Reddish::
Boulevard in the business section ington, D.- C.. and Williamsburg, home on Lake Geneva. Dr. Paul Hattie visited Monday with Mrs. Dorothy ye ready to have your pattern FLOOR'FURNACES
weekend guests of Mrs.'
Va. Holl will join the family later. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Starling and Waters, and family. fitted and 'dresScut out on that

Rotary Dinner Maj. Timmons returned to Mrs: A. J. Holl 'continues to improve -! family, of Lakeland, are spend- Darley Bennett.and 'Mr. and Mrs. Buster Fifty-three children 'from''' Max .day. We welcome any of 'you We Service ,All :Makes

at'the home of her son in:. ing this week with Mrs. Starl- ville and surrounding' neighborhoods ladies who are interested in dress- Of'AppliancesPliolas
Lockbourne Air Force Base at
Keystone' Heights Rotariansand Pittsburgh. ing's'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr s. P.. L. Dinkins entertainedthe I 'participated in a program
making. You do not have to bea
Rotary AIms and guests Columbus, Ohio on Saturday ,
Hilliard. Home' Demonstration Club which 'was, held 'at'Long BranchBaptist' '10
enjoyed a dinner on Friday evening and will return later in the summer Comd. Ray Hearst was a Keystone Mr. and- Airs her' member to attend. This is for .
at home '
Jim Mitchell of on Wednesday. Church last Sunday night. -
at the Woman's Club. Rota- to accompany the family Heights visitor on Mon. everybody. Starke, Florida'
Jacksonville, spent the weekend Misses Rosa and Edith Moore of These, children had attended Vacation
rian W.: J. Hamrick, agency vice home. day. with Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Heilbronn, assisted by Miss Dor- Bible School for the past

president of the Gulf Life InSUrance Mr. and Mrs Charles Craig I and Mr. ; week, .- __ __ n. _.
and -
Mrs ladies to
''''' -'''-'''' '' Willie Dobbs othy Ross; taught the -
Company, .was the guest y recently purchased the home of and' daughter. weave baskets.Mr. Miss Linda Waters ,is visiting !

speaker, choosing as his subject, 3 Comdr. and Mrs. Ray Hearst Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Tyler ., and Mrs. Leonard Harris with her brother-in-law and sis ALVARE: STORE Nafaaaias E

"This I Believe." Mr. Leo Hill The Craigs have been .residents and daughter, of Jacksonville, and daughter of Jacksonvillewere ter,. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson,

and Wilford Wagner furnished of Keystone Heights for a year attended services at the First Sunday' guests of Mr. and in Jacksonville this week.
special music. [ and have lived in the Pangborn' Baptist Church and were dinner The Layman's Revival which:
Mrs. C. W. Thomas. D:
was conducted at the Maxville
The new officers presentedwere I Apartments. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mrs. Les Prevatt and family
Baptist Church last weekend was
Col. Sam Fisher presi- Phillips. Rev..Tyler the guest
was of State Farm visited Mr. Wil-
awMI such that it
a success
,.... .. great was
dent; E. T. :Martin, vicepresident .y. .yyyyyyyyyyy speaker for the day in the absence lie Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. J. continued on for part of this week.

; N. Watson Hardenberg, of the par.or. B. Bradley on Sunday.. Gerald Suggs of Baldwin has
secretary-treasurer. LAWTEYAy % Mr. and Mrs. James Anders ;
preached and everyone has certainly -
E. F. Aiken' Ray Chance, Roy of Palatka, and Mrs. Johnny yyyyyyy .!y yy..y....... received a lot out of his TV ServIceAll

Tyre and Al Watson members Mrs. Joyce T. PatchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Jenkins and family, of Jacksonville serrpons. ,

of the Board of Directors. visited Mr. and Mrs. O. J. MAXVILLE. C. B. Nolan and son, Billy, and

District Governor Al Nelson Anders on Sunday. Buck,,Wellhausen were visitors in
was presented with a Governor's Mrs. VIla Dority spent the Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Gainesville Monday.
I By Sirs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
pin, retiring President Martin, a weekend with her"son, H.. R. Phillips on Friday were Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. George Brown 'Work G6aranteedFree Estimates

Past President's pin and each Dority in Deland. F. A. Dority Mrs. Coleman Phillips and Danny have given their new son, who

Rotary Ann and visiting lady. spent the weekend with his Phillips, of Waldo. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls was Carl born June. 25', the name of Fully Equipped DependableAll

was prevented with a set of brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Jrs. James Phillips and daughter and daughter Diane, of Jackson- Franklin.The Maxville Civic Club will Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
hostess trays. and Mrs. Mac McDonald in Jack- of Starke visited their parents ville
were weekend guests of Mr. hold their regular meeting on
sonville. on Sunday. Danny is work-
Citation Received -- and :Mra Buford Higginbothamand !Friday night, July 5, at the club I ,
N. Watson Hardenbergh received Sunday guests of :Mrs. GeorgiaAnn ing in Waldo this summer. family. On Saturday night house. All members are urged to
Home On Leave were Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Keene and RADIO & TV
Sapp
from
a citation recently I the Schmehls and Higginboth- attend. Folks, if we ever intendto
the U. S. Treasury Departmentin Cadet Rand Edelstein, son of E. Burney of Jacksonville.Mrs. family of Jacksonville, spent ams enjoyed a barbecue supper get our playground started and

recognition of his having .exceeded -I Mrs. Bert Christoffers of Key- Leona Edwards had as Sunday with her parents, Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. James Waters get a new civic club building, ni IAN D. GREEN, Owner

his quota on the sale of I i stone Heights, and grandson of guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard. and family in Lawtey. dcn't you think -it is about time .
TV Radio Seat Covers
U. S. Saving Bonds. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lcibowitz Bryant Tucker and family, of Mrri Bennett Green, Mary and Misses Jewel Higginbotham. that we all start working hard UpholsteringPhone

Mr. Hardenbergh, and of 'Gainesville, is home on leave Fernandina and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Green, and Mrs. Selma Helen and Alyne Sweat Tommy 239 Starke. Fla.
from U. S.. Military Academy at Eunice were attending to busi- ,.- -
Carl Edwards and family of -
to the and -- -
congratulations com- I in I Baker, Gloria Higginbotham ._ __ __ ._
Point. Jacksonville Saturday h '
West ness on I GASTOONSBy I
Gainesville.Fred
munity on its support of the Jennie Lou Jenkins enjoyed an

Savings Bond program and its Cadet Edelstein has jus completed Jimmy, Chuck and .. outing at Strickland's Landinglast
investment in the future of his firs: year at West Mickey Moore attended the Ball Miss Minnie Lee Griffis is at Saturday in celebration of
Point, and is visiting his motherin home with her parents from 1'NE FREE
America. Game in Jacksonville on Satur- Helen's birthday. /N THE.LANDOF _
He report Hope Haven Hospital, but is to p
l' Keystone; Heights. Claude
and
Swimming
rogniiiiBegins day afternoon. Jewel, Roger GIB BROWN
for duty at West Point on July return there for an operation in 'J AND7NEN0MEOF.I'fr BRAVE
July 8 Miss Elizabeth Terry visitedMr. two weeks. North and Elva Jean Harris en- ;

Do you, or any member of your 3. and Mrs. G. W. Durham in : joyed an outing at Strickland's WASH. a '
Mrs. Tex Wilson is at home BEAHOMEOWNER
the Williams '
at 1
visitors
family, want to learn to swim Other I Jacksonville from Wednesday Landing Monday.Mr. -=" Fts .
to improve your swimming or home this past week were Mr. night until Saturday Mrs. Dur- after a recent confinement in and 'Mrs. F. B. Colemanand or 1 o ''GANDNOrARENTSLA
their} Bradford County Hospital. EfO
and Mrs. E. L. Shockley, had their guests =
learn senior life saving? If so, ,ham brought her home and family as
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders
plan to attend the free swim- son, Gerald Shockley, and Miss I:stayed over until Sunday after- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum Jvg
Hitchcock all of Atlanta were shopping in Gainesville on
ming instructions at Keystone Gwendolyn and son and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Heights Beach beginning Mon Ga. Mrs. Shockley is the noon. Saturday.Mr. Browning; of Jacksonville, and Ie 3 f
visited her
Williams. Also > Mrs. James Waters and Mrs. T. Markhamand ,
10 I sister of Mrs. H. and Mrs. Lee Woods of 0
day July 8 at a. m. Mr.and Mrs. Buford Hig- Mr. .
-
from Jacksonville Beach, Mr parents family of Gainesville, were .
The Keystone Heights Rotary in Maxville Thurs- Macclenny.A -
and Mrs. Henry Pruitt and ginbotham on Sunday guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. reunion for the family of 2241'd
Club is working with the director -
Mary Ann, and Mr. Dan Starling.Mr. Will Cole-
daughter, day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.
of the Y. M. C. A. the late '
Camp Im- and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier like to get a WASH andIRON
Aubrey Whelchel of Covington, and :Mrs. Hermie Kelly will be held Sunday at the
mokalee to fiat! class man
put on a : and family, of Palatka, were "
swimming instruction program.On Ga. Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. .. and son, David, were shopping home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. job please

and Mrs. Ben Ros3 haveas in Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mr. here.Atlendance the
completion of the course Mr. Britt Rosier and the Ray Rosier Coleman You'll be surprised at dif

you will receive the Y. ,M. C. A. their guests Mr. Rose's bro- family.Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren, at the Maxville ferent things we can do to give
: ther and his wife, Mr." and Mrs. and of Jacksonville, were weekend i Baptist Sunday School is slowly
nationally recognized swimming and Mrs. G. L.Sapp you more PLEASANT MOTORING -
instruction awards. The instruction Alston D,. Rose. grandbaby, of Heilbronn, visited guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E, i I rising. There were 90 pressnl !

begins with 6 year olds in Wally Muhlhofer received the the Paul Bennett family on Sat- Warren. ( last Sunday. Let's all next strive Sunday.B. to. S A- SIIRVlCg
minnow class and wishes of 35 guests at a go over a hundred
a progressesto good urday evening. Graydon Jones, of Fort Myers, _
several
senior life raving for swimmers surpris3 birthday party at the Mina Gwen Tanner is spendinga visited Mrs. L. H. ,Hill and Harold F. Coleman spent GIB BROWNSERVICE

I over 12 years old. home of Mr. and.Irs. George week with her brotherinlawand Pearce last week. days in Jacksonville last week SjUILPERS SUPPLIES- -

The course is for two hours Massa on Tuesday, June! 25. The sister Mr. and Mrs. Bill :Misses Lynn Perint, Martie visiting with his brotherinlawand STATION

,.yPa.ch day. Monday through Fri- party was a complete surprise Zack, in Jacksonville.Mrs. : and Jackie Bales, Lorraine sister, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy o =
Standard Oil Products
day 1n continues for two weeks, to Mr. Muhlhofer. Wally who Troy Bennett and Mrs. I Priest and Carol Fay Bradleyare Browning.Mr. Wilkinson etWI

or through July 19. [leads a double life as night I Arthur Pearce visited their father spending this week at 4-H and Mrs.Jacksonville Earl visited 407 N. Temple Ave.

On the'evening of July 19, policeman and owner of a jewelry Mr. Shad Thompson in Lake Camp which is being held at and family of I

there will be a big fish fry at store, has only recently been Butler on Friday.Mr. Camp McQuarrie at Astor Park.I with Mr. Wilkinson's Wilkinson parents, I _
Beach for identified as one and the mme Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Drew .. 1
Keystone Heights Robert .
and Mrs. 1
Fred Williams, of Lake City, the weekend. 'YT"7. v'v vvvv .7
local citi- over ]
everyone. The swimming awards person by one of our of Jacksonville, are visiting Mr. .
visited :Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mrs. J. C. Nolan and childrenand iI.
will be to the swimmers
given and Mrs. Frank Cruce and fam-
zens.Mrs. Priest and family on Saturday Mrs. C. R. Nolan find sons I
completing their couras. S. E. McKay was hostess
Plan to have more fun swim- for a swim party on her beach I ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and I evening. spent Sunday afternoon in We invite you toMATCH
Friends of Mra Senie Prevatt Starke.Mr. -
!
ming by learning more swim last Friday'afternoon. The party daughters returned from a two
I will regret to learn that she is and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson
ming. was in honor of Mrs. Dwight weeks vacation at their home on .
not getting along well at bur/:ness visitors in Jacksonville I
very were
Personalities Arnold, who is visiting her sister Crystal River. While, away they

Paula Timmie and John Tim- Mrs. Myron Prevatt. spent a weekend with Mr. and this writing. Saturday.Mrs. .
.
Carolyn Ellis and son of I: 4
mons are visiting their grand- ;}.fr. and Mrs. Fred Kramer Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and fam- Phil Shuford, of Moorehaven, : THE
dinner guestsof
Jacksonville were
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams Monloursville: Pa. and their ily at Avon Park. They attended who has been on a business tripto
and Mrs. Doss Higgin-
on Lake Santa Fe, aftera children, Terri and Daniel Fred- church at Ona, Fla.' on Sun- Wisconsin, stopped by to see Mr.

trip by plane from their home erick, are the guesls of Mrs. day and were dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. John Shuford botham and family on Sunday. I

in Columbus, Ohio. They were Kramer's mother and father, Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Robinson. and brother, Dave this weekend.Mr. Miss Shirley Higginbotham returned -

joined latter by their parents, I Mr.- and Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph StarlingCorona : and Mra H. E. Priest and home with her for a : 4ami 1

family visited Mr. and Mrs4. brief visit. : M
B1-S AGAINST
I Ernest Williams and family in Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson :

Lake City on Sunday afternoon. and family of Jacksonville en-
joyed a pleasant day with Mrs.Johnson's .
Miss Arthurine Blanchard, of
parents Mr. and Mrs. 4

..... \\,. "I"//// Jacksonville, spent the weekend Doss Higginbotham, on Sunday.
with her father A. M. Blanchardand
/
'
returned -
\ Miss June Higginbotham

._' ..+, family. home with them for a Otp
"" Evangelist Don Brandeis, of visit.

Carrabelle and Ralph Hammill, Mrs. Lealer Harris visited Mrs. $: r un-Il U 4

,1Smitli of Toronto Canada, who has recently Ora Griffin who is a patient in i -
\ .
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r conducted a revival in St. Vincents Hospital in Jack-

Toronto was calling, on friends sonville, on Monday.Mr. "- r ---- '

( -.. here and Rev. and Mrs. Edgar ,''l It' ...
and Mrs. Ben Higginbotham -? <' .".. 'NJ ,
"'" ;'J/N> or / #
-- Wilkinson in Starke. There were and family had as supper .''/ ,5- } iiif'"..$. H,y'n.f2<,1..d""f.7 M f7' f\. \..

.- 1011 decisions for the Lord dur- guests 6n Monday night Mr. and -
:
..- JJ-
\". ing the revival. After attendingthe Mrs. George Johnson and fam

E. J. Daniel revival in Jack- ily. .

\ .' sonville, on Sunday evening, Don Mr and Mrs. Henry Griffis

"t'r,1/// : goes to Tallahassee for a revivalat announce the arrival of a son ,

East Hill Baptist Church in on Wednesday June 26 in the -

Tallahassee.Mrs. Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville. .

Sam Hicks and Mr. and The young man has been'' named -
Y
Mrs. Glenn Shuford have as Henry Gadson Griffis, Jr.

I guests Mrs. Floyd Martin and Tony Rhoden of .Otis was in

WORLD'S FIRST AND FASTEST PORTABLI; son, of Daytona Beach, and Mrs. Maxville Sunday and'he,;Mr..,and

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I PAGE FOUR f >BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1957- I

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,.. -------.1|Reception Honors ...4J the H. E. Daytons are vacationing -
I in Olean N. Y.
Ii Rev. And Mrs. EnlowThe
II i : Delores Hardy Linda Kay Sale.

I II 3 Sandra Craven and Janet Nichols. i
'
Starke School
Elementary '
spent last week at the Baptist
Cafetorium was the scene of a In
I I GA Intermediate camp Tampa
e
lovely reception last Friday even- I 4 and Guy and Dot Sale went down
ing honoring Rev. and Mrs I.E. Barbara Fourth of July festivities start phries has been added to the I for the girls on Saturday.. and
Enlow who have returned to their ed off with .a bang last Saturday fountain staff at.Koch's replacing I I going to the same camp next
Gladys Mooty I home in Plant City. Rev. Enlow evening with the annual Fourth of Anita Israel who resigned .. week will be Janet Hardy, Diane
Flume 35 i served as interim pastor for the Thomas July dance given by Beta Sigma hear that Tom Long is workingthjs [Hardy Janice Vickers, Phyllis
'M'_' _,_._r_._-.------ ".- Madison Street Baptist Church for Phi sorority at the USO building summer for the Counties Con- Darby Dee WaIters and Mary
the past three months. The reception ... the auditorium was decked struction Co. in Wilmington, Delay Louise Haines .. -attending the
Methodist CirclesCircles First Baptist WMU was given by members of Weds with red, white and blue streamers and Lamar'Shaw has accepted a Baptist RA camp in Live Oak

I:Holds Luncheon Meet the church. wrM : and large firecrackers deco- position in Sault Saint Marie next week will be David Haines
of'the Methodist Church The cafetorinm was lovely for rated the stage __ the merry Mich with a shipping concern Lamar Crosby Mike Sheppard
met the first of the week as follows the occasion with crowd danced to from Lake
The monthly meeting of the arrangementsof LonnieDavis recordings I working on Superior for the Charles Hardy Al and Steve
: I summer flowers placed at the juke box .. it was all for summer. Yancey and Lynwood Walters.
: WMU of the First Baptist
Circle 1' met Tuesday morning 'Church was held Tuesday at the vantage points. The refreshmenttable the benefit of the Cancer Closet I Pitt Newsorae formerly a rang Seems to be all for now ...
with Miss: Amy Coburn and Mrs. was overlaid with a white rN and the Brownie Scout troop. See in the next ...
I church with a covered dish lun } i iI I er in Nassau County, is the new you
W. G. Haile as cohostess.Mrs. linen cloth and centered with. an Note that Pauline Gay has been I Carolyn
I
in cheon. The meeting was presidedover I added to the Bradford County ranger for the :
: Clyde Sinclair presided arrangement of blue hydrangeasand I secretarial staff in
the absence of :Mrs. T. H. Slade. by the president, Mrs. W. myrtle. Balancingthe f Arch Thomas Jr.'s office .. new- Florida Forest Fire Control unit -
pink crepe 'i .
y-.y
II c
Mrs. Sinclair gave the devotion B. Mundy. Reports were given by arrangement were crystal 1 tl. c comers are Mr. and Mrs. L. C. starting 'July 1st ... note that THE RIGHT POINT for the
and conducted the business ses- the chairman.The q. ;. Hinson Sr. of Waycross who are Sarah Hunter with daughter
candelabra holding burning pink .,
1I I write. Come In and select -
way .you
sion. Visitors were Mrs. C. D. Ida Darby Circle Mrs. At either end of the table renting the house at 637 N. Wale I Sonia and son, Theron have been
taper. I
Williams Mrs. Donald Kokomoor I Harry Hatcher leader, was in nut St. formerly occupied by the. managing the Starke Motor, your favorite ESTERBROOK
:Mrs. W. L. Blair and Mrs. :Met%.' charge of the meeting. Mrs. Jim i were crystal punch bowls. Crystal } Henry Williams family the I Court the past two weeks while Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
decorated
held and blue
Chasteen, 'program chairman of trays pink ,- Hinsons have leased the,West End
Circle 2 met Monday afternoonat the circle presented the program.A I cakes. ', Grocery store from Paul : -- -

the Kingsley Lake home Mrs.E. very interesting round table Rev. and Mrs. Enlow were presented q dr ney and are now running it Dow-I
K. Perryman with 13 present. discussion on the new mission with a silver tray from ,gyp jar.. Kay and Charlene Dennis are

Mrs. C. D. Williams had chargeof field The Peninsular of Malaya members of the congregation. ing turns secretaring at the Flor- Pat Boone '

the devotion and gave an interesting was given by Mrs. V. D. Silcox I ida Realty Co. of Starke ..

talk on "Our Heritage", Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. Jim Chas Mrs. Daisy Perryman ,. Troop 70 Scouts Terry and Lyn- in F R E E
bringing out the different phases teen and Mrs. Harry Hatcher. I t wood Walters, Hank Graham,
ofthe life of the Pilgrims. She Honored On Birthday I Sonny Lawson and Wilbur Grover
The Pine Level Baptist Churchwas were Mrs. Betty Jo Alvarez, his ,. .
"
also gave Wesley's definition of II the setting for a beautiful Mrs. Florence Davis, and Miss accompanied by Charles Manire, ; "
had Lewis Haines Mrs. Daisy Perryman was pleas- are Echockotee .
a Methodist. :Mrs. Perryman attending Camp at .
wedding on Friday, June 14, Mary Davis. Bonnie Thomas at-
charge of program and further:To Wed 14 antly surprised at a birthday party Orange Park this week ... congrats first .... ......:: \:. TO THE FIRST
July in her honor Sunday at when Miss Barbara Thomas ex" tended as flower girl, and Mar- "(f, t
developed the thought of the her- given to Hank Graham who received '
changed vows with Lonnie Da shall Starling as ring bearer. ".
home of her daughter, Mrs. 1,000 Customers
the +
itage of the American People. The wedding of Miss Ouida, his Eagle rank last week motion :
vis. The of the church Mrs. Williams, the matron of
Del Colley. The dinner party was pastor .
Jenelle of Mr.and see Carl Roberts Jr. has returned .
Circle 3 met Monday afternoon Mrs.Braddy E. L. daughter Braddy of Fort held in the Colley's yard on N.' Rev. W. E. Hall, officiated at the honor, wore a gown of ballerina ": home for the summer from I I. I" A LARGE PHOTO OF

with 'Mrs. J. W. Andrews, with Lauderdale to Lewis D. Haines, Walnut Street. 8 o'clock nuptials.The a length pink nylon net over taf Still College, Des Moines Ia. ... picture! (
ten members present. Mrs. L. J. II, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Members of the family helping' bride is the daughter of feta. A coronet of matching note that work has been startedpn t PAT BOONE

Green, leader, presided over the Haines of Starke will be an eventof to celebrate the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas of flowers was worn In her hair; a new home for Mrs. Ola (Ma) / 20th prM CenturyFoxr taBERNRI\..

business session. Miss Annie Dar- Sunday afternoon July 14th, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Moore and Starke and the bridegroom is the and her bouquet was a cascade Perkins on E. Call Street, next to 1 ALSO --
by chose for her devotion "The at 4 o'clock at the First Baptist daughter Marilyn, of Blackshear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davisof arrangement of deep pink rose- the H. C. Ritchs; and John Torode
100th Psalm", and gave talk on : Church, Fort Lauderdale. A re- Ga., Judge and Mrs. E. K. Per- Hampton. buds with pink satin streamers. 12 building a new office buildingnext
of Jacksonville to his Shell Oil bulk ON TUESDAY NIGHT
ryman, Comer Perryman planton
Happiness. Miss Kate Struth also ception will immediaately follow Placed the church altar The gowns of the bridesmaidsand ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis on E. Madison .
,
I At 9:00 P.M. The Holder of
assisted on the program. the ceremony in the church recre- I. flower girl were designed on
baskets
Mrs. Del Colley and daugh- were pedestal of pale ..
,
Janet celebrated her
ation hall. Hardy The Lucky Ticket Will Re-
white lines similar to that of the hon I
and gladioli againsta
ters Jackie and Barbara of New pink
,
,
All friends and relatives of the I 10th birthday anniversary Tuesday 1 '
Air Park Church or attendant and were in pastel ceive a Miniature
Orleans. La. backrgound of palms. Lighted '
evening with a weiner roast for ttt
couple are invited to attend the
Plans Bible SchoolThe wedding and reception.FloydHammen. white tapers in graduated hold- shades of turquoise aqua and :. her neighborhood friends ... Bill
Joyce Danney To Wed I ers stood on both sides of the blue. They also flowers wore and coronets carried of and Jan McCracken of Ponte Vedra Mercury Boat and
matching
vacation Bible school at altar. The ceremony was performed Beach are newcomers to Starke 1
the Air Park Missionary Baptist Archie CarmichaelMr. I in front of an arch of cascade arrangements of car- and are occupying the Leonhard 1 1i Motor FREE!
Church will be held from Monday lighted white tapers and scattered nations with matching satin house at 511 N. Church St., form- i 1
July 8 through Friday July 19 Mrs. Lena Floyd of Starke : and Mrs. F. R. Danney of fern. Family pews were marked streamers.The erly occupied by the L. C. Hum- l 'i
and G. T. Hammen of Fairveiw; Starke announce the engagement with white satin bows. bride chose for her wed- phries .. Jan will teach 7th and I
8:30
each
beginning at morning: Tenn. were married Friday.June I and approaching marriage of The traditional wedding ding a gown of nylon illusion 8th grades at BHS while Bill attends M.bDELuxE This Motor actually runs SeeLlNEMAScOPt

Pastor Lacy Conway issued an 28, by Rev. W. S. McAiley. Mr. their daughter, Joyce Ann, to over bridal satin. The fitted U. of F. this fall another .jt on Display in Barksdale's
marches played by Tony _
invitation to every boy and girl Hammen is in the U. S; Navy, Archie C. Carmichael of Heil- Gonzalez were who also accompanied bodice with a button back, new teacher at BHS is Reba SAMUEL 11 ENGEI.HENRY 110 \\IVIN w Window.
to attend. stationed in Rhode Island. Mrs. bronn Springs and the late :Mr. Starnes of Spring City Tenn. whois
featured a scalloped neckline rnro>OREEVESSTARKE '
soloist in
J. ,
Dr. C. Houpt a pro-
Hammen resides in Starke at Carmichael.The occupying Pearl Saul's cottage
with scattered sequins and
203 West Andrews St. gram of nuptial music. at 614 Lake .. she is the new
PrevattSistrunkMrs. bride-to-be is a graduateof Serving as best man for the pearls. The long sleeves taperedto BHS librarian.
Bradford High School and is his Mel- points at the wrists, and the
SINGING CONTENTION bridegroom was brother Barry Firth was host to six
Edna S. Prevatt and Jo- now employed in Jacksonville.The vin Davis while ushers were voluminous skirt was fashioned friends at a picnic dinner Mon-

seph M. Sistrunk were unitedin The Bradford-Union Singing wedding will take place Roman Alvarez, James Davis with pressed tulle pleats in day evening at Strickland's Land-

marriage on Monday, June 24, Convention will meet Sunday at July 12 at 8 p. m. at the Wood- and Gene Norman.The front Her fingertip. veil of imported ing on the occasion of his llth

at 4 p. m. in the First Methodist the Bethel Baptist Church for lawn Baptist Church in Jackson- bride, who was given in illusion was held in place birthday note that Pat Hum- '

Church, Folkston Ga. Rev. A. the church's homecoming. Din- ville. All close friends and rela- mariage by her father, chose her by a Juliet cap decorated with .
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Douthit was the officiating mini ner will be served and everyoneis tives of the couple are invited sister, Mra Joyce Williams, as scattered sequins and pearls. She e=: .
ter. welcome. to attend. I I matron of honor. Bridesmaids carried a cascade bouquet of
Stephanotis and lilies of the valley -
tied with white satin stream- ,, -

err and centered with a white v .
... .
orchid. Her only ornament'was

a string of pearls, a gift of the

iui6d; un bridegroom.Mrs.. Thomas. chose for her .

1 daughter's wedding a light blue RADIO &
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white cloth and Was centered
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LI '. bride and groom. The punch

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punch bowl, surrounded with I

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J ? 'r"w \ buds.Mrs... Tony Gonzalez greeted

eI guests upon arrival and presented Biggest Upright Food Freezer( I

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Miss June Conner cut the 'fr ntFRIGIDAIRE'
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by Gail Reddish. Sue Jackson /

presided at'the punch bowl and .
assisted by Pat Alvarez. 'I.
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bride's book. Also assisting in I

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were Mrs. H. T. Godwin Mrs I
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Sapp Mrs. Bernie Jackson andMrs. 1r
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With i beautiful i "print-perfect"r letters every time 6th Street in Gainesville, where V"See-Thru"11t-Down I!
Mr. Davis is employed by Lewis I GRILLE FRONTS

Never before has it been so easy and so much fun to type. With the new Smith- Cigar & Candy .Co. 1'FuIl Width Removable f\

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every character prints with the same sharp, uniform impression. Just think of the f Handy JUICE CAN '

new pride you will take: in your personal correspondence! You owe it to yourselfto Singing star Pat Boone makes DISPENSER
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a heart-warming story about '' }, 1-Year WARRANTY plus /
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Moore and Academy Award-win- those
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Phone 29 Starke, Fla. School Board Monday : 384 311 E. .CALL STREET STARKE FLA.I .
I voted to-change its meeting time

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S .:Mrs. A. F.. Sauls will leave Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pellum and 4Girls Leave For Done and ordered this 28 day of .'

Sunday for a month's visit with daughters, Patricia and Carolyn 1 I : CampS June(OFFICIAL 1957. at SEAL Starke) Florida. -- -. -- -'

her son-in-law and daughter, spent last week in Fort Myers Clarles A. Darby Clerk of Circuit
6Onaf1ti'iNTh Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prather, in and Orlando. Mr. and 'Mrs. Mac I II Court.
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk FLORIDA
I & Pasadena, Calif. I D. Pellum and sons of Big Rock, : Lewis D. Haines 'II. Attorney for
Miss Jeanette Crews and Mrs.C. Tenn. were weekend guests of : PlaintIff 1431 X. E. 26th Street
Fort Lauderdale.. Florida.
. E. Hood of Jacksonville are the Pellum family.Mr. 7/5 4t 7/26

C NEWS visiting their brother, Leslie and Mrs:, Cecil Crews of -
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Crews in Houston, Texas this :Moorehaven and Mrs. J. D. IB Clroit Court Bradford C Bity, THEATRE E ESAT.

.p_I_S_I_._._._U_I_ _U_1_t_._._._._._ _,_._ -o week. Hooka of Fort Myers were here Ann Florida Ward In Chancery.
Roberts Plaintiff, vs.
Mrs. Mal Bryan and Mrs. Ruby the latter part of the'week Robert Henry Roberts, Defendant.
Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen Mrs. P. S, Denmark was In
Thornton were 'shopping recently visiting relatives. Case Xo. 10-2253 ., JULY 6ONLY
I and Mrs. J. C. Manning visited Fernandina Beach last Wednes- Natle T. AppearTo
in Jacksonville.Miss Mrs. Joe Gumber and son, : Robert Henry Roberts whose
Mrs. Mark Moody in the day and Thursday visiting Mr. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
Genevieve Lee, if visitingin Tommy, are in Cleveland, Ohio residence anij address is: Unknown.You .
'Riverside Hospital in Sunday. and Mrs. E. K. Johns. are hereby notified that a
Branford at the home of her visiting! relatives. suit for divorce and restorationof
Mrs. L. ,F. Pinkins, Mrs. Lex Mr. and Mrs. Elton C. Smith maiden name --u--
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradley is spending
Green and Miss Charlene Hardy have had as guests Mr. and I II has been filed against yen la. the
I. Aubrey Padgett. two weeks with Mr. and Mra. above named Court and cause and -
will return Friday after Mrs. A. C. Boatwright of Wil- and
on you are required to serve a
W. J. Crews is in Jacksonvilleat K. C. Scott in Leesburg and with
week at the Baptist mington, Calif., last week and copy of your answer or pleading to
spending a
the home of his brotherinlaw Mr. and Mrs: J. C. Jones in S the complaint on the Plaintiffs
, Music Seminar in Ridgecrest, N. for the weekend, Mr. and Mrs.! and sister Mr. and Mrs. C. Dade City. Attorney T. Frank Landrum, P. O. ( _
S C. and also visiting in Williams- M. M. Boatwright of Alma, Ga., Pox 546. Starke, Florida
E. Hood. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Championand and file the original the office of
burg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Crow pf Los Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Flume of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I. .
.Mrs. W. G. Haile and son and Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs before the 5th day of Aug., 1957;
the weekend in Eustis visiting C.
I spent Kings Mountain, N. are otherwise the allegations of said
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Boatwright of Wilmington his mother Mrs. Jr{. H. spending several days with Mr. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
leaving Calif. and .Mr. and Mrs. by 700.
Jack Haile of Miami are ,
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Williams. and Mrs. F. F. Flume. .5 ; This notice shall be published once -
t Friday for two weeks vacationin Doyle Jones of Groveland, Fla. Mrs. Jessie. the 4. ; .L each week for tour consecutive scelflET
Lawsonof
Young spent Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,
New York and other Misses Beth and Pam Jones of group of (.R girls left Monday to spend a week at Camp weeks la the Bradford Cou ty Tele 1
City
weekend at Lake Weir with Mr. Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs.. graph. 'LA IIMSjfS
points of interest enroute. Lake City were visiting their and Mrs. Sam Love. Mrs. S. R. Clarence Floyd of Columbia, S. McQuarrie at Astor Park on the edge of the Ocala National Forest. Dated this 2 day of July, 1957. 5fl .5

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill spent grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Love and Steve Johns returned C. were weekend guests of Mr. I From the Starke Club are Theresa Thomas, Nadine Cruce, Wanda (Official Clerk Seal)of Charles the Circuit A. Darby CourL, ,4. '

last week in Waycross, Ga. visit- H. Quick last week. with Mra Young for a visit. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Mr. Wall, Martha Susan Bitch, Linda Huggins, Pat Loudon, Linda Cox, By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk

ing their son-in-law and daughter Jerry Moore, son, John, and :Mr. and Mrs. N. .K. Hurst and and Mrs. H. H. McConnelland Sylvia Starling, Elizabeth Prevatt, Martha Long, Mary Dagger, 1/5 4t 7/26 AND

Mr.- and Mrs. Oscar Hendrixand daughter, Joy Dale of Waycrsos, son, Bill, of Homosassa and In- family of' Punta Gorda spent Carolyn Ward, Patricia Pellum, Carolyn Pellum, Mary Bollinger, .

also attended the wedding Ga. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. dianapolis, Ind. were Saturday the weekend with 'Mrs.' Nelma Linda Wasdm, Sandra Lee Shealy and Vicki Devrick. Lawtey club THE RIGHT POINT for the
of "a'' niece, Miss Shirley Dill to I Paul Raymond this week. Visitors of Mrs. W. S. Slade and Keen and daughter, Carolyn.Mrs. .
members attending are Carolyn Faye Bradley, Lorraine Priest, Jackie write.
Walter Vollenwider on June 26. way you Come in and select -
Folks drive miles for our Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair.Mr. Alice Anderson, Mrs.
Cook of i Bales; Martha Bales and Lynn Ferint From the Brooker Club
Betty Jo and Pauline Smoked Barbecue Chicken. Complete ., and Mrs. E. L.. Matthewsand Hogan Smith and Sgt. and :Mrs. are your favorite ESTERBROOK i ;
Jacksonville spent the past two Dinner -$1.50. Take-out daughters returned last Friday Jimmy Rowe were Sunday lunch- Anneta Mott, Argent Tomlinson, Norma Jean Parrish, Jo Aon Green

weeks with their cousins, Ger- orders filled. Just phone 441-W. from a, ten-day vacation at eon guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. and Judy Kelley. The girls will be accompanied by Miss Dorothy Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH CnLVIBIApiclults

aldine Gay. BaTrys Resturant. Located 3 12| Fontana Village, N. C.. V. Turner at the State Farm. Ross, Home Demonstration Agent and airs. Nelson Green, local

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Townsendof I miles S. of Starke on TJ. S. Mrsv Steve Weldon, daughter, Mrs. Jack Briggs of Jacksonville leader. ptul$ .

Atlanta were visiting their Highway 301. Open Sunday.Mr. Martha, and son, Billy leave and Mrs. J. C. Adkins of I

daughters, Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby and Mrs. P. D. Loudon Saturday for Sneads to visit Gainesville were weekend guestsof Barbara Shaver Ferrara, Defendant. yGOT A''SUMMER \
To: Barbara
Shaver
Jr. 'on Monday. Mrs. Weldon's son-in-law and Mrs. J. L. Wilkes Children Taken Chestnut Ferrara. 1 1
and children of Tampa, Mr. and Street Amst raan, New
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrewsand I Mrs. Frank Weaver and son daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Miss Gall Duke of Fort Laud- York.You Barbara COLDTAKEJfr71)

family fo Wesconnett were Buddy, of ,Williston Mr. and Patrick, in their new.home. Mrs. erdale has spent the past week I hereby notified Shaver that a Ferrara.Complaint are S'I
Sunday visitors .of Mr. and :Mrs. Weldon and Martha will remain with Miss Linda Johns and Mrs. From Parents for Divorce has been filed against
Mrs. A. G. Loudon, Jr. and Mr. YOU by your
husband
R. O. Dansby. with the Patricks for three H. C. Brown, while her sister, Ferrara and Samuel J.
and Mra A. G. Loudon, Sr.of you are hereby re-
weeks while will return Dea Duke was visiting qured to serve a copy of
Mrs. Joe Thomas and .son, Billy Terry your an-
Keystone Heights and Mr.
Eddie, of Crescent City were Mrs. G. Loudon, Jr. and Mr. and home on Monday. Rose Marie Starling at Kingsley (Continued from Page 1) swer file the on original P1alnt"fs answer Attorney or, other and T fjC & CL symptomatic
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Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining pleading in the office of
Lake. the
visiting her mother, Mrs. P. S. Clerk _
Mrs.V.. I
T. Jackson Sr. of of the Circuit Court t tccIIu.
Denmark on Monday.Mr. Starke attended a family reunion returned Monday from two Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bowen and county court of the nearby county AUK. 5, 1957; if you fail on to or do before so, vOjOOjELIEFJULY / -w _
I weeks visit in Atlanta and Dub- daughter, Rena of Boiling Springs, for charges including driving judgment by default will be taken -
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and Mrs. }
$ M. Morgan Sunday at the Fred Leonhard a .,.
and Mrs.C. while intoxicated, drunkennessand In"ttir0Sort'jf? relief demanded -" .p'tPlus
have lin. Ga. with friends and relative N. C. are visiting Mr.
moved into their new homeon cottage on Spring Lake. Complaint.
Butler ssreet. .. Miss Louise Donaldson of G. Barksdale this week. worthless checks. In the city. Cartoon and Serial
Mrs. E. F. Cain of Aberdeen, i Decatur returned with the Vin- Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. court of the city in which they .

Md. is vifi'tins: her mother, Mrs. I ings for several weeks visit. W. Kincaid spent the weekend formerly lived and were listed

Leonhard and Mr. Leonhard in I Mr. and Mrs. Afton Spielmanand with Mr. and Mra C. C. Hoppein I 13 cases against the father, and SUN., MON., TUES.

SPffD- Keystone Heights for two weeks. I eight against the mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Judd of Tampa.Mr. .
JULY 7, 8, 9
Mr. and Mrs. E. D .Tenly and'; Pittsburgr. Kan. spent the past and Mrs. D. E. Adams of I The couple had little comment

Mrs. Randal Chitty and son, are i|,week with :Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jacksonville were Sunday visit- when faced with the record on

spending Wednesday to Sunday i I. Champion and family: ors of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adamsat which the charges they were not LOOK LOORPatBoone

in Reidsville, Ga. visiting Mr. ;i Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines Kingsley Lake. "fit' and proper" parents were

in one and Mrs. W. R. Walters. i ii and family and Carol McRae are Folks drive miles for our based. While

C. H. Walters of Jacksonville I spending Thurrday to Saturdayat Smoked Barbecue Chicken. Com "?o you believe, from your

CHAIN SAWHoffcos roent Wednesday to Tuesday I Fort Jackson, S. C. with Pvt. plete Dinner 150. Take-out conduct, that the court is justi- They Special!

with his daughter, Mrs. E. D. j[ Tommy Haines. orders filled. Just phone 441-W. fied in concluding that you are Last

Tenly and family. Miss Rosemary Denicke of Barrys Resturant. Located 3 12| not fit and proper parents," the i9 .

Decatur Ga. is visiting Lyndaand miles S. 'of Starke on U. S. judge asked. '
Mrs. Steve Walker and son
have returned to the home of Beverly Chapman at Camp Highway 301. Open Sunday.Mr. ."Yes, sir," the husband replied his i. 1 .

'c' ... : I Blanding for two weeks. and Mrs. Robert Barks- with downcast eyes. t1
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
I I Mrs. Jewell Carson and daughter dale had as Saturday evening The mother made an effort to PLATFORM first .,
Moncrief after spending several \t.
: weeks with her brother-in-law i Linda Carol, of Pittsburgh, dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. have the judge let them keep "'

Pa. are visiting her mother, Mra W. Horne of Hampton and son, the children. "They haven't been .1..
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob motion3picture
V<3 Chain Saw,'WiTh ;in VonSpttdIcrumm Underhill and children in Charleston M. L. Johns and family.Mr. James Horne, who is home on hurt," she said "and have been __ ,... '1

: : n. ejvtt &pted for figKitutting ) and Mrs. Frank Murone leave from the Air Force Base provided with love food and
S. C. The Underbills returned -
end power for )htovy-dwly to Starke with Mrs. : and Mr. and Mrs. John Muroneof in Denver, Colo., Mrs. Betty clothing." ROCKERS .

,,!ling-ct th,cott of'ONE chain) to*. Walker and Mr .. Underhill and Reynoldsville, Pa. and Mr. May and daughter, Melody of But when asked by the judgeif _
Step in end ttt il in clic: ; today) and Mrs. Phillip Cheff of Nia- Hampton, and W. S. Home of she thought the children had 20th Century-Fox
.... children will visit the Moncriefsfor p.intsIIERIIAE
... gara Falls are Fourth of July St. George, N. C. been provided with the proper
the month 'of July.
; weekend guests .ol Mr. and Mrs. Mjr. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlon type of home she quietly replied
Mr. Mrs. ; I Reg. $25.95
and } r. :E. Hardy and Mass. I
Henry_ Stefanelli. : and family of Leominster, "No sir.
family; jjsrted ,Mr. and...Mrs. Ed 1- Mr.and; :'Mrs. Loran Connerof are spending several weeks with I The judge acknowledged that
Crosby and' family In Fernandinaon
.,. Sunday.Dr. Miami are visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. and family the children (had not been mistreated Value
Mrs. L. L. Conner and family while waiting for port call for and their "material and

and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand this week. three years duty in Africa. physical needs had been fairly

Earl Middleton of Melbourne Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and son, well administered." Now
.
K. & J. GARAGE spent Saturday at Cedar Keys. daughter, Flora, and Mrs. W. S. Jimmy returned home last Thursday "But you have set .a. deplor-

:Mary Alice and Anna Ruth Slade left Sunday for Waynes- after ten days visit with S- able example for the children to

!/2 Mile South on U.S. 301 Crosby, who are employed at ville, N. C. where :Mrs. W. S. Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson in follow," he stated. "You can provide I : '

Phone 474-R Prudential in Jacksonville, will Slade and Flora will vacationfor Victoria, Texas. the children with dll of the 95

Starke, Florida be home for the Fourth ot July two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T. Buddy Baker of Jacksonville material things and still deny IlIj 14 1 1I

holiday. I. H. Slade returned home on spent a few days this week with then proper guidance. I J,

Tuesday. While they were gone Jimmy Lawson. Judge' Yawn. told the couple cocoa*DELUXEClNEMAScoPE

Susan Slade was visiting Mr. Rev. and :Mrs. I. E. Enlow that the separation need not be i

and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Jr. in have returned to their home in permanent, but that its length s.wt 'G.tnca.itriu

Arthur Fulmer Jacksonville.Col. Plant City after being interim I would depend on their future J *. '
and Mrs. T. T. Long and pastor at the Madison Street actions. 123 EAST CALL STREET UCMOfiTHEVBATTENTION1}

roms, Tom and Dave spent the Baptist Church for the past If they can show the court PHONE 80

past three weeks with friends three months. i that they have become rehabili- S !

. PLASTIC SEAT COVERS and relatives in Atlantic City, Mrs. Louie Bell Parks of Lake tated and created a fit and pro- u--p- = -

N. J., Wilminton, Dela. and Al- Worth was visiting Mrs. Effie per home for the children, a We Are Giving Away to thi

bany, Ga. They attended a garden Johns last Thursday.Mrs. petition for the return of the '

, wedding in Baconon, Ga. Bessie Sapp of Raiford children will be considered, the FIRST 1,000 CUSTOMERSA
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I Sunday evening while enroute spent Monday and Tuesday with judge said.

home. Tom Long remained ni Mra Effie Johns. "It's up to you by your future See The Large

Wilmington, where he is employed conduct whtther or not the chil- Photo of Pat Boone

with the Counties Con- Recent Birth dren will be returned to you," Powered Miniature
Mercury Boat
, struction Co. for the summer. the judge said. -ALSO-

.1 GET SET for your vacation The location of the children
The Bradford County Hospital and Motor
.1.J with a Movie Camera from Bull- : announces the following births: will not be kept secret from the on Display in Barksdale'sWindow On Tuesday NightAt
.J Ington's. For sale or rent. (tf) will
and rights
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas parents visiting 9:00
Burbank Now! P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy under terms estab-
of Starke, a son, Randall Phil- be allowed
Jr. and family of Fernandina ;: lip, June 26. lished by the welfare board. I The Lucky Ticket Hold ,r

Beach spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Orieen "If you go to see them in a I Will Receive 1 Miniature
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance. without (To Be Given Away FREE to Holder Of
condition Lucky Ticket
of Starke, a son, Ralph Anthony, drunken or
Mrs. \V. B. Mundy visited her : welfare board, ?MERCURY
of the MOTOR
permission AND
27.
daughter, Jean, at the Tampa 1 June of considered violationof Tuesday Night, July 9, 9 P.M., at Showing of "BER-
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gillen it will be .a BOAT

Baptirt camp on Sunday. and Keystone Heights, a daughter, this order and you will be NA DINE," Starring PAT BOONE, at FLORIDA

Monday. Mary Helen, June 27. cited for contempt of court," the This Motor actually runs. S

i/ !Ir. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and. :Mr. and Mrs. James Haistenof I judge admonished. I THEATRE, SUN., HON., TUES. It Displayed in Barksdale

son, Charles, and :Mrs. J. B. Starke. a daughter, Cynthia i "This is the most serious typeof Window
Sapp are spending this week has to
court
Cleo, June 27.! a case a juvenile
with Mrs.V.. B. Mundy at King- of commented."It Then Lets
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Irby decide, the judge WED.
sley Lake. They will have as Martin to human nature THUR. July 10, 11
Starke, a son, Lewis is contrary !
Fourth of July guests Mrs. Don- June 28. but when the parents do not
Jr.
Irby, Give You A
$01.95 .S nie Moore, Mrs. T. A. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Le> protect the welfare' of the children FREE Demonstration

Up and Mrs. Lee French and fam- Fugatt of Lawtey, a son, June it is the duty of the courtto On Kingsley Lake
I ilies of Gainesville. 30. 'intervene In A Borum

Billy Miles of Chipley spent -: .
the weekend with his Boat Powered With A Powerful

FOR REAL SUMMER COMFORTPUT :\Ir. and Mrs. E. F. parents'l Action Threatened ImpORT OP STTK CONDITION"C0313ICMTV : B*Mv OF I .

Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter STARKK S MERCURY MOTOR.

ON Kay, and Joan Herl spent I Starke, Florida THE liVES OF GREAT:

,the weekend in ,Jacksonville To Shut New DumpContinued I 11eource ENTERTAINERS MAKE GREAT
Ca'h and Due from
Cloth visiting relatives.Mr. I Banks 1167.727.10U. Visit Our Show Room MOVIE ENTERTAINMENT *
Terry Seat Covers : and .Mrs. W. J. Oliven- ( from Page 1) S. Government !

baum of Orlando were weekend Securities. 4i8,9i9.69Loans 91,042.25; a pw $
DURABLE WASHABLE ECONOMICAL guests of Sen. and Mrs. Charley to dig a trench and bring a bull- -Plnk Furniture.and Discounts andFiiturf.s' And See The Many Beautiful Styles I f DONALD AM
Johns. dozer to cover up the garbage. 21,854.5:: ,
"What could we do" if the city I Income Earned and 4 And The OMOHLYTHHe
Mr.: and :Mrs. J. T. Nasworthyand not collected .1.220.88 Many Sizes In Boats, All '
were prevented from using both '
Mr. and Mrs. Al Carlton l $760,853.44 f blew
We Fit All Makes and Models --- ColorsTo and daughter of Winter Park the old and new dump? Mrs. ; Powered With MERCURY Motors 4 __Id'a the fortune on
Ruby Johns asked. liabilities wildest
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Deposits J617.545.36 spree inhistory
"I don't know what we could 433.3
Match Your Car C. HJ Nasworthy at Kingsley Reserve for Taxes !
do, but 1 know that we couldn'tuse Income collected and ,-

I Lake. those dumps," Thomas replied. Capital not earned Stock 100,000.00 4,976.75 Complete Line Of All ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Arh- Surplus 25,000.00 Accessories
\ Installation FREE $7.75 ley of Miami are visiting their Another aspect of the dump Undivided Profits 12.S99.4S
problem was brought when I --
up
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son-in-law and daughter, Mr. andMrs. __ J760.S55.44 IaOlM
Mrs. Johns proposed that some -S
Gene Noegel next week. P"' "
RIMtHGfrrfi'OORE
sort of covering be provided for J. hereby certify the above reportto I
Mrs. R. IL Andrews is spending I be a correct statement of the Jimmy
the trucks. One of the
SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV ten days in San Antonio, principal garbage complaints of the oppon- I Bank condition of Starke of the Starke Community, Florida State as SUN SPORTS ....... _

Texas visiting her son and fam- ents of the new dump has been 1957"of 'the close of business June 6-,I Moore's ..............' i.i'iih iS

fly, Lt. and Mrs. Erwin Andrews. that trash is lost out of the William S. Terry Cashier .........
INMAN D. GREEN, Owner Lt Andrews is confined in a; trucks and scattered the road. 4 ieIa..... pI
over !. The ClrcBlt Crart *f Eight ..........
\ Phone 239 stare, Florida hospital there. .1. The Council was favorable to.this Judicial Ctrrmlt *f FUrUa. IB a.* Cor Court and :Madison Sts. Starke, FIa. I -

Miss Beverly Jerrefl of Jack- idea but it took it under study to Far Brailm CBBBcerr.Cmarr.IB .

sonville is visiting her uncle and determine what type of 'covering No. 10-216S PIllS Cartoon and SpecialS

aunt, Mr. ,and Mrs.-Ed Prevatt. would be most suitable. NOTICE TO .DBFEJTDSamuel -";' ..
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six BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK FLORIDA

FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1957

................................................ Raes Sunday afternoon. Warren Kaufman. and Mr. ,
Dennis and Rodger Batten of NOTICE A qualified elector as defined in and control of minor child
P. Simpson, Sr., both of the Florida Soil Conservation Act has been filed against '
Home Demonstration Election ef Three Supervisors for you in the
Jacksonville are spending this includes any person qualified to above named Court and
cause
Terns and
; and Mr. George F. Ald of Four Tears Back For vote in general elections under the
you are required to serve
week with James Fender. Bradford Soil Coaservatfea' a CODY oc
DUtrlet.
Constitution and Statutes of this four answer or pleading to
1jrI Notesby The Earl Goodmans of Starke of Lake City. state who, is also a landowner In complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney the
July 9. 1957 the herein' named district.M. Joseph K. Skipper. %%1
dinnerguests Pursuant J Florida
were Saturday evening to the Soil Conserva-
,'
O. Watkins, AdministratorState Title
tion Bldg., Jacksonville 2, Fla.
of the A. J. Fenders. # NOTICE TO APPKAB! utes Act Chapter 532, Florida Stat ,Soil Conservation Board and fife the original in the office of
i DOROTHY ROSS ClHal' Cmut. Brcf. of 1949 and Chapter 28094 of the Clerk
r* CMir.cn 6/28 2t 7/6 of the Circuit Court
on
.. Im Cka.e r7. .. 1953. notice is hereby given of an before the or
(__ Home Demonstration AgentAt Lessle M. Norman, Plaintiff, vs. I election for the election to be held on July 9, 1951 29th day of July. 1957;
Earl Norman Jr. Defendant. I of three (3) super. otherwise the allegations of
NOTICE TO APPEAR
visors
the annual zinnia. flower P. L. Dinkins. Case No. 10-2245 each. for terms of four (4) years JB Clrevit Court Bradford Couty Complaint will be taken *. confess"ed
I I t. Appear by yon. ,
show held last Friday in a down Unusual zinnias-blue, Mrs. A. IAL To: James Earl Norman, Jr. Polling Place: County Agent's Of- Helen PUrMai L. George!. CII..n.Plaintiff vs. Paul This notice shall be 'published'
fice Starke,
l Florida.
town vacant store building, the C. Belche; red. Miss Edith residence and address is: 14) Polling George, Defendant. one each week for four consecutive
-place will be
South Street, Jackson Ohio. open between week In the Bradford County Tele-
of 286 Case Ko. 10-2246
State Farm Home Demonstration Moore; and white Mra Eula You are hereby notified that a the hours of 9:00 .&.M. and I IN.'lre T. Appear: graph.
man suit for Divorce Custody and 5:00 Dated this &* day of June "57.
Club won a cash prize as Swan. t P.M. To: Paul George.-whoe residenceand
of Minor Child, Alimony,, 4oFF1elAl. ;st:! A1.M entries A. barb*.
'address
its members received the most Single flowers other than zin : ii slis been filed against': you la the All qualified electors residing Pennsylvania. is: Muncy Valley Clerk of the Circuit Court
blue ribbons. The State Farm nias-blue, Mrs. Eula Swan, Mrs.J. I I! voted named Court, and cam 'and within the District shall be eligibleto You are' herebY notified nat a By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
G. Caldwell Miss Rosa Moore. are required to fern a copy vote In this election. suit for a divorce care custody 6/28 4t Tilt
received 17 blue 'ribbons, Heil-. your answer or pleading to the
bronn 6, and Lawtey 5. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, Mrs. C. M. Soil Conservation which & on the Plaintiff Attor '-

The show was sponsored by Seigler, Mrs., R. P. McLendon, N-E-W-S Alan C. Winters. Jr., 319 Florida .
the Home Demonstration County Mrs. A. C. Belche, Mrs. ,P. L. Title Building. Jacksonville, Fla. L a dy y. aM y..4i91'SF'. n itfL .r,etiwWxr N,;.,!, a; ; ,"$l:=-.c.14.4:'' 'f='''.4t l..i'ic:4:rk;,4.+;T;.. ',.\w..w t!.i:i..ti s v.y u:.
file the original inane otttce '01 x
Council. Judges were Mrs. R. F. Dinkins, Miss, Edith Moore, Mrs. By Bin HUM Both Clerk of, the Circuit Court,on
Young, president of the Starke A. H. .Harley-red; Mrs Tullie Son Conservation Service' credit before the 2Mb of' July, i
; otherwise the allegations of
Garden Club, and Mrs )''L F. Norman Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, they Complaint will be taken M 4K

Hazen, past presidentThe Mrs. Dewitt Sinclair; white, Mrs.E. to get by 70U.Th .
!a notice shall bo published I
flower arrangements fea- L. Cox, Mrs. Leroy Norman, The Board of Supervisors for city each week for f four consecu- IT FAYS TO GO f

tured unique and interesting Mrs. Tullie Norman.Arrangements the Bradford Soil Conservation next weeks." in the Bradford County

containers which ranged all the (zinnias) blue, District will hold its regular as I Dated this 25th day of June, 1S57. "

way' from those bought in the Mrs. Frances McLendon, Mrs. A. monthly meeting at LloydGreen's was OFFICIAL Clerk,PEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Derby Conn'

stores to those things about us, C. Belche; red, Mrs. E. L. Cox, home. The meeting will In Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk t

such as gourds and shoe Tullie I, Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, Mrs. P. L. be on Friday night, July 5th, the 6/28 4t 7/19 s w.
and
Norman displayed the old shoe Dinkins. due to the 4th of July holiday.A I SjjjjZ3ffjjjS >,1.2VTN
bill .
with the flowers growing in it. I Arrangements other than zinnias discussion will be held on rf Jf

Zinnias and marigolds were white, Mrs. A. H. Harley, the biennial supervisors election cases r

predominating flowers Mrs. M. W. Shealy, Mrs. Tullie which will be on Tuesday July
Flower entries were awarded Norman, Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, 9, to fill expired terms and vacancies ITS A FACT : l Klodern! } [Farming J-

'blue, red and white ribbons with Miss Rosa Moore, Mrs. H. J. on the board of super The rt

blue awarded to those judged Kucera, Mrs. A. C. Belche, Mrs. visors. Foster Shi Smith, "J. B. ed by JtI Electricity pays dividends all around the farm z }r 'tl ;
highest. Winners included: Cora Dugger, Mrs. Roy Cooper. White and Zedra Hamilton were e ; m 1';;. pumping water,*powering labor-saving = ''

Small zinnias-blue, Mrs. De- Potted plants-blue, Mrs. Tul- nominated to fill these expired of frO< V J1 machinery, lighting, refrigerating keeping r
is A HATI costs down profits Day work
0 up. or night, you
witt Sinclair; red, Mrs., Leroy lie Norman, Mrs. M. W. Shealy, terms. the I OftAL liOtlOAYLv/'WAtori __ better, thanks to electricity the "Big E" : r
Norman; and white, Miss Rosa Mrs A. H. Harley, Mrs. P. L. Also to be discussed ia the will \"TV x J ffm' MML) in modern farming... .

Moore. Dinkins, Linda Cox. State Soil Conservation Dis- j1 f'j pousar'r .it N.a.

Large zinnias-blue, Mrs. Eula Entries totalled 64 from Law tricts Supervisors meeting which ;;, .r 6 IV

Swan Mrs. A. H. Harley, and tey, State Farm and Heilbronn will be in Clearwater, Aug. 15- (3/ 0-'..
'" '
Mrs. Dewitt Sinclair, and Mrs.HIGHLAND Clubs. Brooker did not enter. 16. Rudolph Sapp will represent and rr.4 ..arc ? o1.t

Bradford County in the speaking
.
be -
he is having all stumps and contest for State honors. -.:=.;...:;;....
...yyyyyyyYYYyYYY....... The -
everything cleared off of his I II
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r
place. It is surely' torn up now, Red Emanual and Wade Gas-

but will be a big improvementwhen kins used the District's seeder to .
-
the work is finished. cultipacker. Red planted Pensa- cases. --
(ANSWER NEXT WEEK )
Uy Sirs. Lacy NormaaAAUA Toby Griffis of Jacksonville ,I cola Bahia seed for pasture and fcw*

called on his mother, Irene Pad Wade planted Giant Striata Cro- into FREEFive f mrar

gett Wednesday of last week. talaria seed for a cover crop. Gallons of Gas will _
The John Bennett family of He returned Friday and Buddy Wade feels that the Crotalariawill rights be given away each week. i ;

the State Farm visited the Wilkinson and wife, Nellie, keep growing until frost and judge Come in and .1i ,

Lacey Normans Sunday after- Wayne Johns, Betty Carger, will give the land a lot more to sign up now _
sible for FREE GAS. Winner'sname
noon. Shelby Corbet, and Irene all protection from the sun and .,
Billy Marr of Mims was hereon went Jacksonville Beach Fri- wind.J. from will appear each t

business Monday.Mrs. day afternoon. They returned'I week in the paper starting

Charles Mosley and Saturday, bringing Gertie Fair- B. White told me he baled rights next week. When your Y

Beedie Mae Norman of Jackson- cloth home from the beach 500 bales of Pangola hay from many name appears, bring in the { NfI
ville the weekend here by : vY
spent where she had been for two six acres for Pee Wee Dampier.Five ad and get FREE ;
with the L. :M. Normans.Mr. have your
weeks with her daughter, Kate hundred bales off of six civil GAS. You must Was:
sign
and Mrs. W. C.. Hardee I up
is a lot of hay.
Bowens. acres
and children of Callahan attended Shi such each week to be eligible.Make .
The small of Mr. and Mrs.J. Talking about hay Foster '
services here last Sun- son yours a safe Fourth. 1'
church T. Padgett is very ill at this Smith made some hay from the Have fun but don't let your I 'ModernLiving; Y4
day,
writing with sore mouth. Coastal Bermuda pastures he jury. Tires the II .. ..
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and has. He said, "that hay smelled the give you bangs. Let I > .

children of Green Cove Springswere We attended prayer; meetingat and looked so good I felt like us fit your car with 3T Good r The rural home becomes I : _
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
supper guests Friday nightof eating it myself." year Tires. as up-to-date as any city % -.
the Lacey Normans. Volley Mosley Thursday night of Coastal Bermuda and Pangolaare Moths do not eat clothes. Moths t home;thanks to electricity!Wonder '
last week and there were more party; .
Ik )Ir. and Mrs. L. M. Norman the two leading hay grasses dures lay eggs which develop into V* working electrical appliances keep
than could in the
enjoyed a fish fry given by St. present get for this area. Coastal will g thly in kltcht
Larvae. These latter the
and his daughter, are
Marys Kraft Corp. for all the house. Volley out faster than the Pangolabut i 1 f.c ,
cure tell
wife of Son guilty suIprits. .
Kathleen Padgett, 41v gore
.
working men and their wives.It Padgett made profession offaith they both make fine hay. jigain WINNER 5 GAL. GAS e 1iapear orida living! .
I t
tt& t 1 I
was somewhere near y-! I '! A little more on hay, PhUtp in the
and requested baptism a-s' DAN BOUTWELL y (H a
:
River. i---. ,
wannee Martineau says, "I make mighty _
quickly as possible. Saturday away PHONE..481W'J. e-
Mrs. Zettie( Padgett has returned night at the Clay Hill Church, good hay from my Pensacola" jury TILLEY ti li v fcefferg fetfficofyjIDATP0W6R /

home after spending a Volley's grandson, Billy Padgett, Bahia after I combine the seed. on an
week in Baldwin with the Ed- Gurr, So you see all the grasses that trial
and our grandson, Billy SINCLAIR STATION &iIGH? CWAH V
will produce
win Knights.Mr. in area
made profession of faith and requested -I grow our ing .. '"
and Mrs. Burton Caruthe sand baptism. We had an- hay of good quality if fertilized licans 4irf \

of Jacksonville vis- of hay is
grandson nounced we would have baptismof properly. The making men

ited the Ruth Marrs last Sun- two, and instead of) two there one of the best way of getting us on

day. Jonell Griffis and little were six: Mrs. Ella Carter, Billy winter feed at a low cost. V. R. b !

daughter of Jacksonville are Gurr, Volley Mosey, Kathleen Ferguson said he fed hay last I and

spending a few days with the Padgett, Billy Padgett, and Del- year and came out.with a low i iI gave .

Albert Normans. ma Padgett- The baptism was I[ feed bill for the winter.i from .
ed
held at Kingsley Lake, and was r

.vvYvvvYvvvvvYYYVYVvvYYYNORTH well attended. l i Presbyterian Church FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

UtI rt: ; i ft! I"rAr"l j = "rj I to

SIDEBy ............T.......... Friday Adult choir practice,
8 p. m.Sunday. there. .. I i; Statement of Condition Condensed From

Church school, 9:45a. : i
Mrs. Carl Brown RISINGBy
m.; Morning' Worship, sermon the ; I,!;', Report To Comptroller June 6, 1957 ,

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVacation by Dr. S. E. Irvine, 11 a. m.; .
Mrs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Bible School will be I Union evening worship service, no ,

held at North Side Baptist sermon by Rev. Donald Koko-.I juries. ,

Church. July 8-21, from 9 a.m. Glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Reed moor, 8 p. m. i in RESOURCES
until 12 noon daily. Transportation Tuesday Circle 3, Mrs. J. I lieve
Lewis and children back home
will be provided for those G. Caldwell, hostess, 8 p. m. legal
Orleans.
from New
who wish to go and do not havea Wednesday Circle 1, Mrs.L. ".. .'
way. There will also be a class Mrs. Della Manning stayed a H. Gibson, hostess, 8 p. m. eral -

for adults. We plan to study few days in Jacksonville last Thursday, -- Circle 2, Mrs is Loans and Discounts 'z 1143979.92;
The Trail of Blood." Come week with her children, Mr. and John Mixon, hostess, 8 p. m. !;... "

study and bring the children. Mrs. T. W. Loyless.Mr. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures : : 20,673.32: '

Mrs. John B. sapp and mother and Mrs. Gordon Jones REV. SPARKS,TO, PREACHAT now ; .
Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. and her was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. BAYLESS HIWAY' er to Prepaid Expense :: 7Q6.98 ,

brother Bobby, spent last week Jones of Brooker last Sunday. ping ,
with her grandparents, Mr. and Sunday guests of the Gordon I Rev. S. E. Sparks will supply all I Other Resources I 552.07

Jones Mr. and Mrs. I I the pulpit at Bayless Highway t
Mrs. N. O. Gilmore and Mr. family were we
Accrued receivable
Interest and Income $ 16606.49
and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, in Missis E. J. Mani and children and Baptist Church Sunday morningand

sippi.Baptismal Mrs. Thurman Jones and Eugeneof evening. U. S. Government Securities 2,294,549.13
services were held I Starke. Rev. Sparks was instrumentalin 4-H

last Sunday evening at Bayless Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones the consodidation of the old the Florida County and Municipal Bonds 239,543.02 <

Highway with seven candidates.We and Carolyn were visiting Mr., Wateroak and Corinth Baptist our
are happy to have Mrs. and Mrs. Edward Norman and churches into the Bayless Hiway Cash On Hand and Due From Banks 372,409.29 2,923,107.93. :' .

Lula Crews back with us after Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Norman of church. He is now pastor of the ed ,, ,>

two weeks of illness. We miss- Lady Lake last Sunday. Olustee Baptist Church. Everyone 4-H : t.-: : ,".v. $4,089,020.22 .
ed little Elizabeth Harvey last is welcome to attend. ;
.,
Sunday. She was home with TTVVVVTTVVVVTVVTWTVVVVlPINE I '-. :-_ _r".t ""!' .. ,_", .0
Beaudore is in .. .
Bobby
mumps. '
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the hospital. LEVEL ....;.. .
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FOR
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QUALITY .
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Side"WMU .
.The North met last LIABILITIES ,
Monday night at the church ;',," $1. "
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by Bin. 1L M. MeUae i ':. "w .
with nine members present Mrs \
.I: :..: .
Orene Cowart is presidentMr. & .. .. Capital Stock $150,000.00Surplus'

and Mrs. O. L. Linson and \ ...
7 .
family of Keystone were Sunday I We had a large attendance at > 150000.00 .
of the Carl \ .:
dinner guests Sunday School and church last -

Browns. Sunday with several candidatesfor ., ) Undivided' Profits i tt. '\. 32,990.05 332,990.65 ).
A miscellaneous shower was <
at the
baptism evening ser "
;
For 98,245.19.
Reserve Contingencies.
:1.1 ,
in honor of "F : :
Friday night
given vice.Mr. "*.. ..: ., i.. ,
;Mrs. Arlene Beaudore at her and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Reserve For Taxes Interest- Etc. ': ,>,'. \ 40,662.29 .
and refreshmentswere ," ',
home. Games Mrs. Roberta Lamb visited Mr. -

enjoyed during the evening and Mrs. Newn Mott Interest. and Income Collected. Not'Earned : ,." .- .'.",:;;':-..t, 25,325.13 ,"'l.,
and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Thomasat *

....................... Brooker on Thursday of last Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable ... .' 1,000.00" "
'
'
week. Mrs.. Lamb left Saturdayto : > .
3590796.96
Deposits" : "
f .
'
,
CLAY HILL visit* relatives at Ocala be- Z .

i fore returning to her home in I $4,089,02052 :

by Bin. J. L. Strickland Tampa. : YC

Albert Lyles of Jacksonville I'I'r '
t &&& & &&& & & &, spent Friday night with his bro ,., I ,;"rFLORIDAB.nk ,

J. L. Strickland was pleasantly ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and > "-;'''

surprised Tuesday of last Mrs. J. L. Lyles. Mr.' and Mrs., .

'week when an old friend, Del- Jack Johns and family of Tampa SEE ALUMA : ; t :

bert Sapp, a retired railroadman visited the Lyles family Sunday. ""

called on us. They had not Mrs A., J. Fender and children "Clayton and : 4pe'Oi 27 IAMB m wi f\OIU'1IA1IONM cloutat'Starke', .' :1 ; :.

seen each other for 30 years, visited the Battens at Tbe- 100% ALUMINUM e ; ., ",,-V .
and enjoyed talking over old ressa Thursday, of last week. ". ,

times.. Sunday afternoon guests of the 'At Prices You Can r "

We have been Fenders Mrs. Elsie Thorn.
hearing some were atnslt MOM vow wound cwcuno .
big machine puffing around close ton and children of Kingsley CALL TODAy' FOR 'A. ,
to us and wondered what..is was Lake. I
doing." Later we passed Bud Wil Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Newsomeof BILL THOMPSON ,- 1

kinson's place and learned that S ke'Viaite4. he- .-:M. Mo, I -, .. ,



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FRIDAY JULY 5. 1937 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TAKKE,.FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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tI I, St. Edward' Church ..........yy. yyyyyyyyyyyy..y.. YVVYVVVVV. graduated from Bradford Coun- Army Specialist Third Class ton, Calif.

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ty High. School in 1955. Hosley Hawkins Jr., whose wife, Specialist Hawkins is assignedto
Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. The the battalion's Battery A. He
Navy .Department has an-
Holy day masses, 0:30: a. m. and CITIZENS, OF BRADFORD COUNTY, nounced the promotion June 16 Barbara, and parents: live on entered the Army in 1952 and
8:30: a. Route 2, Starke, is a memberof
mChildren's
CHURCHES last stationed in Ger>
of Harvey C. Raley of Starke to was pany.
Catechism class each By Ozora J. Shell
yeoman second class while serv- the 554th Antiaircraft Artil- Hawkins attended Bradford

Wednesday at 3J5 p. m. &&&&&&&&&..&..... &A...&..&&& & .A..r.&AAAAAA ing with Fleet Aircraft Service lery Missile Battalion in Stan- High School.
Keystone Heights -
Squadron Nine at the Naval Air
(At St. William's Chapel) Family ReunionOn Counsellor" The services were I
Station, Cecil Field.
Methodist Church At The TabernacleThe (Follow Hiway 21 south to St.Will1am' Sunday June 30th Carrie conducted by Rev G. G. Mc-i I
I I NOW YOU CAN DRIVE A NEW
Sign.) Frazier Robinson invited all the Arthur, music was furnished by Raley is the son of Mr. and

9:45-Sunday School for all' Sunday morning messageat Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Lees, and DeSues to have a gay the Keystone, 'Heights choir un- Mrs. D. L. Raley of Rte. 1,

ages. the Fundamental Gospel Holy day masses 7:30 _.. m. time in' Leesville, the old home der the direction of Mr. Law- Starke, and husband of ,the for- RENAULT .4CV
..
11 Morning worship. Dr. L. Tabernacle brought by the Sponsor "- Confessions before all )( .g. place. They came in droves and rence Bryant of Putnam HalL mer Miss Ann H. Follis of Win-

E. Loemeker chairman of the was on "Law And Grace, dozen ,with all her friends and The next meeting'will be held at Mass ,
throp
Philosophy Dept at Emory Uni- and showed that by refusing the CHURCH OF CHRIST cousins. They had food a plenty New Bethel Church
Grace of God we the inevi- C. L. Overturf Jr. Minister \ Baptist The promotion followed the, $1395.00No
reap
and
versity and minister of the enough left to serve about Sept. 26 to 28th,.'Starke, Florida.
tability of the Law. Sunday Sunday' School, 10a. successful completion of a Navy
Methodist Church, will bring the twenty. Everybody reported a The enrollment and collection was
m., morning service,'11 a. m.,
message. At the close of the Bible evening service 6:30 m. very good time, sorry the notice around $175.00. Rev. Mosley wide petty officer examination No Trade Needed Long Terms!

6:15: Recreation time for school lesron period the teacher, p. was too late for the paper. last thanked the pastor all'the mem conducted last February. .
Wednesday Bible study, 7:30
MYP. Mr. B. E. McRae, told most in- m. week. bers and participants for mak To 50 MILES PER GALLON

6:45: "DineAMite". for terestingly of a trip into Mexico II p. Starke Visitors and Vacationists ing the meeting a success.
Radio Program Station
MYP. and the possibilities of,mission-. WRGR Sunday, 8:30: 9 a. m., Mrs.. Mamie Mathis and ,daughter Bethlehem Freewill Baptist FOR DEPENDABLE 4-Door .Heater Automatic Choke Adjustable Seats

7:15 Meeting of Interme-- ary work there. Subject for the month "The Juanita, visited her sisters, Church Rev. L. McKay, pastor I II' Safety Trim on Dash and Windshield Frame
diate and Senior MYF groups. There will be an out-of-town Bible.. Queen Esther and Margaret recently held their regular Union
I meeting Termite Control Service and Parts Always Readily Available
8 Union services at the .speaker in the pulpit Sunday ,I She is a native of Starke at the church. The meeting

Presbyterian Church. Rev. Ko- .morning. The regular monthly NORTH SIDE but lives in Lakeland, Fla. They closed on Sunday after a- -o IMPORTED CAR CENTER, Inc.
komoor will bring the message. Communion will be observed. BAPTIST CHURCH were dinner of Deacon I very .,Household a Commercial
I guests successful session. The"I Can 1410 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville, Fla.,
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.- "__Come Thou with .us and Sunday School, 10'a. m. Morn- and :Mrs. Willie Green. Little I Circle" held the last meeting Peat Control PHONE FLANDERS 9-1240

Prayer meeting and Bible study. :we will do Thee good_' Numbers ing Worship, 11 a. m.. Training!Misa Alca Lee Williams left the with Sister Thomas on the old
.
Thursday, 8 p. in. Chancel ; 10:29.. ) Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- city by train Sunday to visit Lawtey road. The spirit was Grove Spraying

Choir rehearsal. ship 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting relatives in Washington, D, C. with us throughout the meeting.i Can FR. 6-60M
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyone She will make her last half 'fare We
Lutheran Services are inviting all the
membersand LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT
OF CHRIST welcome.- E. C.
LAWTEY CHURCH Harvey pastor.
this because next
trip summer friends
to be with us 'athe Florida Pest Control

meeting In City Hall) 122. E. Washington St year in August she will be 13 next meeting Saturday night.
(presently HAMPTON
Sunday-Bible study 10 a. m., Regular services will be held CHRISTIAN CHURCH years old. She is the daughter of Sister Gladys Blye, Reporter. & Chemical Co. BUILDING JOB (

at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our Mr. and Mr Lottie Williams of Post 314 and !
worship 11 a. m.EveningYoung Christian Endeavor Friday, 7:30 Auxiliary Meetings 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
new location, 122 E. WashingtonStreet Florida Street. Queenie Green will
people's Bible p. m. Bible Study Wednesday, : On Sunday at 2:00: P. M. the Gainesville, Florida
(near Walnut Street.) he vacation for the next threeweeks
study 7; preaching, 7:30. 'i 7:30 p,,m. Sunday Morning Wor on I regular meetings of these groups Phone. -
7:30p. A series of lectures will be rihe is planning to spenda
Wednesday-Bible study ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship. will be held at R. J. E. All mem-
given during the month of June, great deal of that time at Lake _
m. 7:30: p. m. Bible School 10 a. m. bers are r.trongly urged to 493-J
subject being, "The Lutheran Whittamore learning to swim on '

WRGR Radio Monday ProgramStation 6:30 a. m. Church and The Bible." Don't FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH the summer activity program.Mrs. vital please be importance.present,Our business Sgt.at of For :iQ ::
discus- -
I miss these interesting Corner Call & Christian Streets Pearl Nickerson daughter. Arms, Sister Alma Jenkins has

sions. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor Doris and husband and :Mr. and Free -
I The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt pas- I just returned from a two weeks
Sunday School-10 a. m. Mrs. Jones of Washington. D. -
tor of The First Lutheran Churchof workshop at' Bethune-Cookman Estimates _
Lord's supper-11:15 a. m. C. Margerie Shell Johnson and
COLONIALFLORIST Gainesville, will conduct the College on Lunchroom manage-
Preaching services-11:20 a. m. Mildred were dinner guests of ment
and service. We
services.All are very
and 7 m. the Shells Saturday. Duringthe RESIDENTIAL
p. on COMMERCIALREPAIRS
without a home glad that she in back and can
persons Junior Choir practice p. m. evening bridge, pinochle and -He .A 3
church are invited to attend. be with us in this meeting. It is
Wednesday. whist were, played by Commanderand time to
pay membership: dues.
Ladies Council meets first and Mrs Stafford Sapp Jr. of
St. Mark's Episcopal third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Gainesville and their guest Wil- All dues paid before Oct. 1, 1957

PHONE 218 Everybody invited to all ser liam "Billy" Mitchell of West will net profit so please plan to J. W THOMAS -.... Construction
Rev. Raymoad E. AlacBlaln vices. pay early. A joint meeting of
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Palm Beach. the division was held on Sundayat

(j) Church will be as follows: CHURCH OF GOD Final Cancer Report Recreation Center in Gainesville -
I Chairman Alvarez was 'Several ASK
Dorothy
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church i Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn Starke members
FLOWERSFor School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.- ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday pleased to count $2.85 in the can- were in attendance.
p.m. Y. P. S. L. Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE cer can that was at Ebenezer CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

All Occasions Wednesday: 7:3B' p.m Litany Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Baptist. Church. Special thanksto about this question:

and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m. Mrs. Grace "Tiny" Long and

DISH GARDENS Practice. LAWTCT Supt. Henry Bryant for their SERVICE MEN I "Our summer cottage con- HUNDREDS

Holy Communion: 1st Sunday Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn help in the Cancer Drive. tains our sporting
goods outboard h
POTTED PLANTS 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. ing Worship 11 a. m. YPE Serv- : Educational Movies ,
: motor and cameras of details managed and economically
,
are
awaits everyone ice Saturday 7:30 p. m. The films for the summer *
POTTERY *
program .this week are: "Yellow- and is really vulnerable to attended that only a trained and

Flowers 'firedAR1Jwhere CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH stone", "Highway By The Sea" theft during our absences. careful organization can attend when

LATTER DAY SAINTS Rev. C. Bruce Stallings, pastor and "How to Win. Each week Specialist Third Class RobertH. Motor boating and other the urgent Deed for serving is at

Services each Sunday in old Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn- parents are invited to join us on Filce, son of Mr. and Mrs. sport. activities also expose us hand. .

Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun ing worship, 11 a. m.; training Thursday nights at RJE and William H. Filce, Starke, Fla., to liability for injuries and

Nona St. Starke day School 1" a. m. Sacrament union 7 p. m.; evening worship Thursday afternoon at Lawtey, was graduated June 15 from damage. Can our summer

I Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone web 8 p. m. Anderson Junior High to enjoy the 8th Infantry Division
Non-
,
come. Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, free educational pictures. Plan commissioned Officer dwelling fire policy be en- DeWITT C. JONES

Sp.m. now to attend next Thursday in Schwabach, Germany.A Academy. dorsed to include theft and Phone 7 Starke, FUu ______

I HEILBRONN MISSIONARY July 11. Due to the holiday the squad leader in Company B family liability insurance at Funeral Director Ambulance Service
low
That's cost 1"Charley
Our BusinessIf BAPTIST CHURCH pictures were shown earlier this of the division's 5th Regiment, i
week. Summer program will last Filce Oar local funeral home oablM u to otter coaYenleneei and
It's Glass We Have It! Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn received instruction in
.- four more weeks. It is not too serricei not ctherwlit available.!
CALL'WRITE or VISIT ing Worship. 11 a. m. Evening leadership, map reading and E. Johns
Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training Late\ to enroll for all of the -ac other ,military subjects.He I'. II .I .

Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- tivities. Beginners in ,swimmingare entered
Joe Peters Glass Co. the Army in March Wa furaian the service at lowest and
Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays invited to register Monday. 1956 and received basic highest type price
7:30 p. m. We have qualified teachers and Fort trainingat & Son Agency accept ANT life Insurance policy IB force, Issued by ANT
Carson Colo.
He
arrivedin
FOR ANY GLASS NEED I lifeguards: Principals Thomp- Europe in September company as payment !in pan or in full on a funeral.

We Design Modern Store FrontsJust HIGHLANDBAPTIST kins and Anderson and Coach I The 20-year, old soldier 1956. Phone 13 Starke, Fla. Consultation carries no obligation.
was
Mail Us A Pattern for CHUUCII Elmer Shell volunteer worker

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. who is registered as a special. '.. -
Table Tops Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and student at Florida Normal &
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Industrial Memorial College in

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Safety Education, Anatomy and

George Chism pastor. Everybody Physiology and. Corrective Ph '-

welcome. f,'cal Education. .

Church flews *
"Sabbath Which? KirsGSLE LAKE
or Sunday -- MISSIONARY BAPTIST I New Bethel Baptist Church,

Rev. A. Vinson, pastor will hqld
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning
Fourth Sermon on Ten Commandments by their third church conference
Worship 11 a.nEvening
for the Deacon Julius Royal -
Pastor Marvin Faile 8 P.M. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinf year.
chairman of the deacon boardis
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone -
I welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mottpastor. asking. all officers and mep1-1 Marguerite Hall .
I' bers to please be present.
First Baptist Church Hampton are many very important mat-I .
that
HIWAY CHAPEL ters concerning the church

ASSESIBLY! OF GODE must be discu ?ed. We regret 2 ter

Sunday School 10 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. A. Lewis, Pastor the recent illness of one of our
Marion
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- faithful members Sister :

Training Union 7 P.M. ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic Dell, according to recent* reports ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF
is much better.
Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday she 4
"HOUR OF POWER" WED., 8 P.M.1."THERE'S weekly prayer service. Invita- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church MARGUERITE HALL

tion extended to R. J. Washington, pastor
everyone. Rev.
A CHRISTIAN WELCOME HERE! will hold regular service all day OUR STARKE OFFICE ::: ;"

NEW RIVER Sunday starting with Sunday j' : "

BAPTIST CHURCH School at 10:00: A. M. Supt.

Irene Thomas in charge, Love, "
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- .
Feast at 11:30 A. M. sermon by SOON. : ::
ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening ServIce :
will
,
communion
the pastor. Holy .
7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each ',- .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE :M.
be administered at 7:30 P. ,
Wednesday 7-:30 p. m. Everyone
to have Sister TO.
We are happy
welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor.GRAHAM
FLA. E. Washington back with us

after several months of illness .
I : i :
:
BAPTIST CHURCH and convalescence in Hollywoodand *
.. .
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Dania, Fla. Sister Helen Wil "' .- ,

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning liams is doing nicely and Sister -
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
11 a. m.' Training
Worship Henry Williams is doing fine
Phones Office 234 Pastoriura 130 Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- V. A.I I
at the
after recent surgery
ship, 7:30 p. m.- Rev. W. O. hospital in Lake City, Florida. Please stop by and let's get acquainted .1 .

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Collins, Sr., pastor.SE"EN'UI. Fifth Division of the Ministersand *" .

Sunday School 9:45A.M., Training Union* 6:45 P.M. ADVENTIST CHURCH DAY the Jerusalem Deacons Union Missionary Auxiliary Bap-toI'' specialize in fast, courteous loans up to $600. .

( tist Association, Rev. W. J. Taylor
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M.: .
Sabbath in the Vice Moderator held their
Services each ,
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDYH at home of S. N. Brown across from meeting at Macedonia Baptist Our modern office is located at 114 N. Walnut to
-
Bethel Baptist Church east of Church Hampton, Florida, Rev.C. .
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday.iIiCii .
Sabbath School 2 m Officersfor '
Starke. p. J. Johnson, pastor.
"' ... Bible Study each Wednesday, the meeting included: Rev. ;::; street. .

7:30 p. m.=Arden :Mote pastor.EYERGREE.Y Burgman, president Rev. S. J. .*

f.l .I -" .. .. I Simpson, Rev. A. Miles Rev. C.
: J. Johnson, Rev. P. P. Perry,
Madison Street iEth BAPTIST CHURCH Bro. A. C. Butler Rev. L. ,A.
Phone &
Preach- Tillman, Dea. Johnnie Maxwell, 580 581 :.
Sunday School 10 a. m. :.
(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Sisters Janie Mitchell, Regina ,

Good Singing Forceful PreachingSunday m. Preaching 7::t? p. m. Prayer Tillman L. B. English and Rebecca "

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. McCauley. The meetingwas
FOR PROMPT

School ____-______________ 9:45 A.M. and financially.very successful spiritually .\/'.., .' SERVICE ,

Morning Worship ___________________11:00 A.M. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH HOLINESS The East Divir.'on of Ministersand


Training Union ___________________ 6:45 P.M. School 10 Morn-v Deacons' Union Auxiliary to
Sunday a. m.
; Association Rev.D. .
Sinai
Evening Worship -_______________ 8:00 P.M. ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic the Mt. met
E. White, Moderator
Prayer Services & Business Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M. services, 7:30 p. m.
Sunday at Mt Zion 2nd Baptist

SUMMER' REVIVAL -JUNE 23.28-S:00 P.M. 7:30 Wednesday m. Prayer Meeting Church Raiford, Fla. Rev. Jas- LOCAL FINANCE CO.
p.
Keep these dates in mind and you will be privileged to per Williams, pastor for the
final sessions. The officers are
hear some of the most inspirational preaching and CBRISTLCHUItCII
as follows: Rev. L. W. Mosley
'singing that one can hear anywhere. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor Rev. Otis Arnold, Deacons

Come And Bring The Children Room For All t Bible School, 9:45 a. m.. Morning Brooks Lewis. Carlwell and "FOLKS FIND US ,FRIENDLY"H .

A CHRISTIAN WELCOME AWAITS YOU! Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Hankerson. The closing sermon "
-
REV. I. E. ENLOW. PastorP. Church, 6:30: p. m. All young was 'delivered by Rev. Clyde .

T. Nolin, Supt. Sunday School people invited. Hankerson who spoke on the t ,
'1... I II I II i subject "Jesua_ The Wonderful .. ,
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TABKE' :, FTX>BO>A

FRIDAY, JULY 5. 1957

IT'S WATERMELON TIME AGAIN The rate per hour for skilled labor Elks Conducting -'

in boom that followed the Revival SlatedA PROTECT EGGS FRO){ WCTU'

1901 fire was in Clothing Drive HIGH TEMPERATURES
1906
follows -
as

Now It Can Be Told carriers:: Bricklayers 17 47 cents; hod For Tornado Victims the revial Beulah will Baptist begin Church Monday 'in at AND. REDUCE LOSSES- WHY BECAUSE ABSTAIN?? '

cents :
; carpenters 30 The
cents Clay County and 'continue ,chemistry of the egg can THE lLWHO DRINKS NOWAND
; painters 30 cents;'plasterers A drive ,to obtain clothing for throughout the week. change radically if it is not protected I
46 cents THEN; USUALLY DRINKSMOB
; plumbers 50 cents the -
By F. 31. Prewitt We opposed this sort of treatment section, often necessitating that and laborers 13 cents. Rents Louisiana tornado victoms is Song and prayer service will I rom high temperatures. ? NOW THAN HE DID
: were being conducted by the BPO Egg quality drops
begin at 7:45 surprisingly
for a young'man who was freight trains "double" low and preaching at THEN
the hills too.
A home
Now is the time could be rented i
of year we Elks of Starke. j quick by then, declares Julian
8:30.
the friends of all the boys of thus delaying the schedules. for $10 The speaker for the week (NATIONAL VOICE.) .
begin to see piles of plump ripe per mpnth; a room for as Persons with items of clothingto will be Moore, poultryman with the Florida .
Starke. Barney Andrews.On
However the There .
net were
evening 'no little
safety gadgets as $1.50
watermelons for sale in stores per.week; and room donate are asked to leave Agricultural Extension Service Weeks In th. BRADFORD' COUNTY
one of 'the three boys who or block signals then, so operators and board for $5 or less Sunday, July 14, dinner will TRT.EORAPsH. ,!
and roadside stands and sightof I per wek. them with Drew Ratliff .
at the
decided to get the melon now had to be on duty almost Baseball be served on the grounds. Everyone Dated this IS day of June 1957.,
them brings to mind several'! During Recess (OFFICIAL
approached us as we reached the around the}lock to keep the traffic -I In the late '90's, while, Rattiff Chevrolet Co. or with 1 ia invited to' join the fellow- Poultry farmers often voice Clerk SEAL of the Cbarlei Circuit A. Court.Daroy 1
we
amusing incidents that happened resided -i
Rabb
I Call street store of Fernancbz moving, train dispatchers being in Starke the Harry ,at the H. C. Wall ship of these services. complaints, about smaller eggs B7 Marin L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
when we were editing the old public school Insurance 6/21 4t
The Elks !
Agency. club 7/1
iaid
and reported that the melon had stationed at Baldwin and at I was in the center of town in very hot weather, alas. _
"Florida one
Advocate" in Starke
been removed from its original Waldo, as well as at numerous block north of the Call-Walnut building will be open Saturday The whites become watery in heat, .I NOTICE TQ Af PEAR'
during the late 1890's. morning,' July 6 from 9 to 12 to CROP INSURANCE HAS i II. Clrrnlt Coirt availed Ce..ty,
resting-place and other key although this situation can arise
then points
was con- along the line. streets intersection, and Florida i In Chancery
we us-
tell
Our first impulse is to HELPED I
cealed under a culvert about Many years later, and since the ualy took time out from labors receive clothing.: MANY FARMS from an attack of :Newcastle disease -,'Bonnie Lou Thompson. Plaintiff YS.
ome things which, if recalled to our STRUCK BY Denver Thompson
Defendant.
memory might prompt one to two blocks east of the Call street F. C. & P. railroad became a in The Advocate office to join J. D. Doyle, exalted ruler, said DISASTER or bronchitis, too. 1 I Case No. 10-82S3

crossing. and the "cutting"would part of the Seaboard system, the students on, the baseball lot that any clothing will be appre- Despite the increasing efficiency Moore recommends that eggs 1 Kotlr. T. Appear
invoke the Fifth, or some other To: Denver ,
Thompson
whose resi
amendment. But (fortunatelyfor I take place within a few 1 the tracks through Highland ) that adjoined the school house on ciated so long ar the'articles are of the' Nation's farmers and be gathered three or more timesa i I dence and address ts:5430. Camp

me very few people who were : minutes. Their announcement were relocated to straighten the the west. ,Of courf,3, with time oft whole and clean. For further information record national farm production 'day and cooled immediately. I Bowie You Blvd.. Fort Worth. Texas.
are hereby
notified
waa not given much credence line' and eliminate the limited call Owen Vaughan, Florida poultrymen who try to that a
to
by curves lay
in or around Starke in the 903 recess period, there widespread crop disasted continues I suit for divorce, custody and
us, because we could not Imagine around about a half dozen of the was insufficient time ti get in phone 216J.Finance. to bring serious produce market eggs without a control of 'minor children
are still there, and if any do remain financial has been filed against you tn the
they could hardly bring anyone playing such a dirty hilla More modern engineeringdid more than one or two inningsbut 1 problems to many thousands of. refrigerated,egg cooling room are above named Court and cam and

charges because the statue of trick-they looked upon it as a the trick so now the gradeIs was highly interesting to all Company farm families. asking for' trouble, he says. The ) ji are required to serve a copy .ofyour
answer or pleading to the
joke but we thought it not only straightened but almost I cooling room should be kept at com-
limitations would have long a mean taking part. Sides were formed This is pointed plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney
stunt, though harmless in one level. by the choose-up system and Slates OpeningA up by a recent 1 from 50 to 60 degrees. Cool the T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box 545.
tale
since expired, removing this report to Congress on the Federal Starke;_ Florida
bearer from any sort of censure. sense. I Gala Week At Jax since we were the most sizable Crop Insurance Corporation's eggs in wire baskets. and file the original In the. tftlc of

Hence, we proceed. It was decided that it might I In the late 1890's the merchants -I individual on the lot, except the new money-lending institution perience in insuring farm Just as important as proper before the Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or

Now, while we have never in not be a bad idea to walk eastward and other -business interests principal, the boy who had the The Local Finance Co., has The report crops. temperature is adequate moisture.A 22 diy of July, 1937:; >;

our life actually stolen a watermelon to where the boy said the of Jacksonville establishedan II privilege of first i choice usually set tentative plans to open for outside the suggests that .people relative humidity of 70 to 80 otherwise! the allegations of ML!.}
disaster Complaint will b-
or actually had hands picnic would take 'place-and, annual time for good cheer I picked us to head his side; or if 'business Monday July 8, in largely areas arc percent is advisable, to preventloss fused Dy you. taken III con.

I sure enough, the melon was called Gala Week and 'this Prof.! A/Hercules, the principal quarters 114 S. Walnut St. unaware of the serious of moisture from the egg. This notice shall be published,
a melon as it was being attracted effect the week
j. upon on people and the land once each : (or four consecutive
there, and it was the largest f first Manager of the new businesswill Use your egg room for eggs
choice
\ passed from itr home-land to thousands of people from was present would go of the prolonged weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
specimen we had ever had the the to him either ability to play be Mrs. Marguerite Hall of drought which, only. Onions, cabbage, apples, grap-h.
) other custody, we did stand reaii surounding counties and qn during the past few Dated this IS day of June, 1957.
pleasure to see. Fernandez had I for honor with Starke and Miss, Sandra years, parched garlic, kerosene. and gasoline are
dy to take one over a fence but from all parts of Central Florida or ua ,going to I Iwill Jonea extensive (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
estimated that it would weigh and from the the opposite side. Prof. HerculeJ be clerk-stenographer. The areas reaching from types of materials that will cause : Clerk of the Circuit Court
- were knocked down and pain southern part of the extreme Southwest to the I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
fully hurt as the melon was I between 60, and 75 pounds, as Georgia. This provided the peo-i I loved the game as much 'as any I new office will be locally operated Canadian border. off-flavor in'eggs. Market eggs I. 6/21 4t 7/12

flung high over the fence and, it was from seed guaranteed to pie of Starke a place to go with- I other player, and,sometimes when |''I Mrs. Hall said though it is I farmers who are Thousands able to of often-at lear,*: once a week, Election of Three SnpertUora for

it being past sundown and no produce melons of not less than plenty to see when they got the bell would ring to spell the 1 a member of a network of finance again' would have been forced'try Moore advises. I I Terms of Four Years Each For

75 poundr. "when cultivated according there. end of that recess period the offices out I I Bradford Sail Conservation Dis
sizable moon to help we failedto Motor cars had not "ar.ri'ed ,I 1(. reaching into several or business without investment NOTICE TO APPEAR trict.

see it in time to either catch to instructions. The flavor ," horse-drawn vehicles and Professor would let the game goon .I states. insurance 'and la Circuit Court. Ttrnrtford Coanty I IFlorida July t, 195T
was all that could be desired until the credit assistance ; In r'K'aPPrTAnthAnv Pursuant to the Soil Conser\a-
it strik- bicycles inning was finished Extensive remodeling work .
he providing J Ruliino Plaintiff vs.Florence
"prize" or prevent what w s provided ;
by their tion Act. Chapter 532. Florida Statutes
'g us with all the force of a and the boys who stole it did available in way of local transportation if and when the r.'de. he was on was being completed this week policies. crop insurance Rublno, Defendant. of 1949 and Chapter 28094 of-

eavy object hurled with added not miss in calculating that it with the railroad I was at bat. Then principal and on the building which the finance From Notice To Appear Case No. 10-2237 I 1953; notice is hereby given of an
1953 election to be held July 9, 1957
I on
ready to market. The saddest would return to school through 1956 the Rabino. whose residence -
To Florence
trains the pupils will :
.rength. This incident ocurredt main dependence. company operate. Federal for the election of three (3) supervisors
part of the incident was while would 'to Crop Insurance Coruora- and address is: 112 Curtis for \ of four
small melon they Schedules were rooms we return t rms (4) years
of York.
the edge a practically perfect tion Lane Yonkers. New
could not divide with the own for The Advocate office to resume paid a total of $112,901.000 You are hereby notlflfa that each.
patch which belonged to a Rev. convenience of people in Polling Place: County Agent's Office
:Mr. Philips who lived at the 1 I erthey were ashamed to let in the Starke area, Lawtey and the grind of that day and time. Airs. Winnie Cone it crop insurance indemnities to and suit support for divorce of minor custody children, control Starke, Florida.
policyholders. Polling place will be between
him know It open
what
did. collected
they $9", las been filed against you in the
other -
of the block east of nearby places .
there
edge directly being 271000 and and the hours of 9:00 4.M. and
in above named Court cause
As it premiums
the old Commercial Hotel. The developed. Fernandez just an early morning train and a Red Cross Funds Taken By DeathFuneral which in return for you are required iu nerve a copy of 5:00 P.M.
it All qualified electors residing
offered
figured that he had "talked toomuch" mid-afternoon 1408754.000 your answer or pleading to the
melon patch was fenced in what train to Jacksonville worth complaint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. within the, District shall be eligibleto
seemed ample protection but about the melon's faze, with a train scheduled to protection. Policyholders' Frank Landrum. P. O. Box 546, vote in this election.A .
leading to its loss to "some scalawag leave Jacksonville I. For Victims Of services for Mrs. Winnie premiums paid $1.00 of each $1.19 Starke, Floridaand qualified elector as defined In
there was a hores stable in the at 10 the Florida Soil Conservation Act
p. m. Cone 73 held paid file the original In the officeof )
were %Wednes during the
he 4-vear
as termed
northwest corner lot, and it was it. As far for the journey back home. Dur- period to the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Includes any person qualified to
as we know, he never learned ing Gala Hurricane day'June 26, at 3 p. m. in Pine indemnify insured farmers for or before the vote in general elections under the
through a hole in the stable Week this train often UrgedHurricane Level %%day of July, 1957; Constitution and Statutes of this
the Baptist Church crop losses.
actual perpetrators of the near Prolonged drought in state who is also landowner In
wall that a couple of Starke'swellknown was delayed until 11 in otherwise the allegations\ of salt a
I theft. p. m. Starke with Rev. W. E. Hall of the Southwest was the predominant Complaint will be taken aa confess the herein named district.M. .
boyn of that time leaving in order to accomodate Audrey caused tremendous ficiating.Mrs. ed by you. O. Watkins, AdministratorState
"Hoase" Always Won I cau rt for indemnities paid This notice shall be published Soil Conservation Board
crawled "to the Parson'smelon's people who did
sample The subject of watermelons leave at not want .to loss of property and Cone was a native of I during: the period covered by the I once ach week for four consecutive 6/28 2t 7/6
not to 10
o'clock. I
necessarily
than 500 lives the I
recalls to memory the rystem a more along Bradford County and had lived renort. .
bring melons out then but Of course Gala
any young Starke ''boy Week was Gulf Coast of Louisiana and here until moving to Lake City The report stresses the value of' .
perfected of
just_, ,_.,to look_ them_ u over. Rev Mr. essing his patrons on the I Iout attractions composed of, so called carnival Texas last week. about a year ago: She died at croo insurance protection as a Sell it Rent It Trade II
Phillips and family were at sup and since vehicle President Eisenhower has designated businesslike
weights of melons. This boy her home there on Monday, June method for farmers
trafic
(as the evening meal was on streets I 1
per was
the
light
was employed at the Express Agency i the area eligible for fed2". after a lengthy illness. to join together for their mutual
known then), with just a little carnival shows had use of each eral aid to restore :
and during the melon season alternate public facili- Burial was in Crosby Lake protection against common risks.Through WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
light window intersection
r.hining through
he carried a plentiful supplyof along: Bay tier and has asked every citizen -I Cemeteryith Wilson Funeral premium payment's
street
In the where from
room was Bridge
supper street .
east-
this popular product He to respond generously with Home of Lake City in chargeof farmers themselves build funds
ward to
But after the two about
enjoyed. soon half-wav
would weigh and arrange his to Flor- contributions to the AmericanRed arrangements.Mrs. from which emergency assistanceis 20 WORDS OR LESS One Innrrtloa (Minimum Charge) _-_ ____ .72

invaders began to thump the stock in such manner that he ida evenue. This afforded peopl : Cross for emergency care, Cone is r'trv'eQ< by one provided when crop disaster EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 ________ __.____ 4(' Per Word

melons. we noticed that Mr. Phil- could always within ample opportunity to trade and i and for rebuilding, repairing and strikes. a a,?j DISCOUNT ov REPEAT I>SEHTIO>S SAME AD J
guess a son, Henry Cone, Lake City and'I
"Ips arose hastily from the see the sights without ; 25c FOR BLI DDS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCE.
pound of two of a melon's weight, the crosr.'ng :! refurnishing homes for the thousands I a brother, R. M. Crosby, of Jack- Farmers in Florida_ can obtain ADDITIONAL
street.
Mle and in a few seconds he Each
night of
Gal
so when the I left homeless. i information about Federal croo
ras observed, with a lantern in'De patron happened Week there was a parade, and I sonville. CLASSIFIED DIoPLlV _____. ___ 'I.::) Per Inch First InxtrttoaS1.00
along the store would offer i "Everyone of us can participate insurance by writing to Dewey H.
man
hand and a stick in the oth- I some of these pageants were i I Active pallbearers at the funeral PER INCH FOR S.tIE0: REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
to wager that he could come in helping to relieve the McCoullough. 301 Old Post Of-
T-he( wan slightly crippled in really beautiful and intensely were Paul Faulkner, Volley
nearer to the suffering of his fellow Americans fice Building, Montgomery 4,
one lower limb-rapidly) round- guessing weight of inspiring: since all parades were Starling, B. M. McRae. Clarence CARDS OF THANK dp To 50 WoriU) _____ ----__ $::.00
any melon in the house than the by contributing directly to local Ala. OVER 50 WORDS ____. 4 Cents Per Word
iluminated -------
ing the house with a couple of : some in torch-lieht Hutchinson, Joe Starling, and
prospective purchaser, the latter Red Crorrt chapters," the presi-
: I
the children accompanying him. style. One night there would bea Felix Sapp. .
to pay if he was out-guess I dent said. "The Red:: Cross, whose I MEMORIILS AND RESOLUTIONS ----_---- 4 Cent Per Word
The wo boys who were busy floral parade, next a fashion YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester
ed. Of course, the customer always financial resources are already
thumping melons were urged by pageant, then a parade of indus- Youth brook pruse-sue fountain pens te
had to pay for what he taxed by this and other disaster Rally POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at FOR RENT One and two bedroom -
trial
the outside boys to hurry out got. progress, and finally trades pastel shades. Only $3.09 at: Bradford Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. WalnutSt. furnished apartments. Close

which they did, but each boy disnlay. Some of these were of operations currently under way The New River County Telegraph. Also new mowers for Sale. in. Desirable location. W. H.Nollman. .
the melon he Yells IIIartltile.: Away such length will need the helD of every citizen -i Baptist Wo- Easy payment plan. Pay while 233 W. 1\ dlson. tfchg
grabbed largest I that it required an rrfanYi Union Buy where you can
Missionary Youth mow.
Starke's last victory in a I Ii I you
could discern in the darknessnd hour or more to pass a given in our land, the President : get service on what you buy. FOR SALE-Young Angus Bulls.
I county seat removal election added. Rally will be held at the Beulah tfchg Will sell at beef prices. Phone
< "tore-out" toward the stable contest in 1 point. i Baptist Church on Wednesday, 235. Doyle E. Conner, Ins tfchg
1893. brought!; the WHG'RlI90
I Persons who would like to
through which they entered the tons in hilarious observance, During the Gala Week of 189S II con- July 10, at 10 a. m. The guest List Your Property For Sale NEED
natch. As they neared the stable the first presentation tritute to this worthy cause With TIES
with sneaking, and picnics by of the so- speaker will be a missionary. All K C .-. PHONE 500 Get them now, you ride.
1ach exclaimed: 'catch this' and called muscle-dance. oftimes I through the Red Cromay leave STROUT REALTY COMPANY Ask for our easy budget terms.
numerous of the citizens of the :WMU members and the young STARKE, FLORIDAThe Lacy Conway Sales and
two melons were hurled over the railed by other or mail contributions to: E. L. Farm, Home and Business Property Serice.
names-was Union Pus Station
community and nearby areas. people of the New River Assoc- Music & News Station .
high fencce directly at us. although brought to Florida, coming' so Matthews, chapter chairman, Free Open Listings tfchg
but one incident not on the celebrating ation are urged to' attend.LOWEST in
another bay: was on the agenda took place between the barker said. almost direct Box 823, Starke: or Miss Lillian I 'Starke'I STROUT REALTY MAIL AWAY to friends and rela

outside to keep us company. We the main-line railroad from the recent World's!' Fair at Stump, chapter treasurer, Starke.Here's We Do All The Work You Do All I Johnie Hansen, RepresentativeP. fives, complete story of Starke
either melon but Chicaeo. I O. Box 307: Starke, Fla. Centennial. 3 big issues Bradford
did not see track at the Call street crossing Naturally. this show The REST The Perry Van Show County Telegraph including 43-

one hit us a terrific blow Cl1a "packed 'em in," but ladies and 12:35-4:00 P. 1Dail). 5 miles S. on 301 Phone Waldo page historical edition wrapped
about EVERThe
midnight following
on the night 'tf and
8-2831 mailed to address
HObart any 50c
and side. all but juveniles
shoulder
upper l the voting. A number of were positively not ad- I Just bring us your mailing list.
facturing several ribs. The two mitted. Timer, have changed The FactsMayor amount of uncollect- ,Monday thru Friday Bradford County Telegraph.
citizens were still milling around WHEN IN NEED OF
6:00: Sign and
youths who entered the patch however, and such dancers now able property taxes on the I on News FOR SALE Used
discussing the glad tidings 6:05 The 8 MM Movie
managed to scuttle through of the ballot box returns and appear before television audiences W. T. Jackson
large cracks in the stable just so that est it has been 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson (Monday Bell & Howell Movie Camera
even teen-apeYs ever Coun- 11' 9"
finally it was decided to us the straighten out the facts. He did and FILL DIRT at lllln2tnn'! tfeh*
before Rev Phillips pot close can figure it out! Jacksonvillehad ty Clerk Charles Darby told Tuesdays only)

enough to recognize them and voice of a colored man who happened a place known as Frank K. not request the mosquito fog machine the Mommissioners Monday. 6:45: The Clockwatcher ALL TYPESTRACTOR PLASTIC and SEAT COVERS for all

11 four including the two who along and who was knownto Gardner's Roof Garden in the to spray in his yard last Reporting on the recordof 7:00 First News of. The World WORK make up. Installation model autos -free$21.95 at

mained outside to take the .possess. unusual-- power- of -a- 90's. C1the upner floor of a week. errors and insolvencieson Roundup Shepherd's. tfcbg
vocal nature. He agreed to yell
AD
'elons over the fence left the building that fronted on Bay Mayor Jackson raid he has been the 1956 roll Darby told 7:15 The Clockwatcher FOR SALE 8 x S x 16 Concrete

>cene in no time at all. The at the price of 50 cents per yell Street and just east of Hogan. criticised. because his home received -I the Commissioners Monday. 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air Light Bulldozing Blocks Mis 17c each. FOB yard. Mortar .
Cement
with guarantee that he would Sand Steel and
broke when while $255.55 out of the $215,000 7:30: Weather Around The Nation Aluminum
wo melons open Up-to-date burlesque was pre- a good spraying Windows Also ready
not be arrested for disturbingThe W. L. THIGPEN, JR.RLZBozZlS.DAlton. mixed .
they hit the ground, so successof anted there in season, with other places were neglected, and was nof collected. concrete.. Bradford EnTo.
small circle of citizens ac- 7:35 The Clockwatcher Bd. sln""rln2 Phone 94. tfch?
the escape amounted to nil singing and dancing as special- suffered from the onslaught of
the peace at that time of night. 7:50 World National, State and PHQNE 297-J FOR RENT-Three bedroom fur
to consciences of ties. The audiences
mar
except were mostlymen mosquitoes.
cepted the price. and agreed to I News nished house. Vacant July I. cor.
the quartet. butthe quality of the Sports Starke, Fla. Christian and St. Phone
program The facts the said Prat
stand between the yeller and the are, mayor 8:05 The Clockwatcher Mrs. Mundorff tfchg

Traitors To Good Friend law, and a collection netted en- was far higher than whatis that a horse belonging to his 8:45 Radio Chapel (Ministerial OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY %

Soon after the attempt to ough to pay for three yells. each being shown in most of "the neighbor had died from sleeping Association) RADIOS REPAIRED FURNISHED Reasonable CAB. S and' Cafe.shower.Itp
better All Make All Models
satisfy their watermelon appetites to be given immediately following places" today.. r.'ckness and was buried in a lot 9:00 Five minute of ttMoaahle Charge arvar_te.4CHA9.
fell flat at the Phillips ,," ,. summary C. SHEPHERD FOR SALE-51 inch Admiral Table
a "Hurrah for Starke" by UloreTurnip Gret>n. back of his house. The neighbor .DEBIC News Television.
M W. Call M. Starke Pi. 8M Take up payments.
patch. two of the boys-(we the asemblage. The negro claimed One party of Starkites at- apparently was the one who, had 9:05 The Chatterbox with Betty Pahmer's. phone 66. Itchg

were not in on this rather dirty that hifi yell could be heardas tracted to Jacksonville during a requested the fog machine, fearing I Gray 'Ot lifetime SALE guarantee- 7 x 35 only Binoculars$U.50 atBuI1inton'5. ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnished -

deal)-remarked that it was far as Highland, a station Gala Week included a young i that the mosquitoes might 10:00 Cedric Adams Show tfchg apartmpnl for rent. Phone

about time to sample the giant about eight miles north of barber, a native of Bradford have bitten the horse and would SUN., MON., TUES 10.30 Music For The Missus 165: Jat.klnn. tfrhg
3% PAID ON: SAVIXOS KEYSTONE -
melons about which Richard S. Starke- and so to be sure to county and a popular member of spread the disease to humans. July 7, 8, 9 11:00 Five minute, summary of STATE BANK KEYSTONE FOR RENT or SALE.-Three bedroom

Fernandez had been talking ascertain if he could be heardas a nzable circle. The partyreached The machine had to travel DOUBLE FEATUREWALT News HEIGHTS FUL, MEMBER Call 244-J home. 7 I E.p,m.I* idgt 2tp 7/3 St.

enthusiar.: icaU}' for some tim far as Highland, the night the State metropolis by small road at the 11:05 Music For The Missus FDIC.

and whjch\ he aimed to divide operator in the railroad office the early morning train. and; through a edgeof DISNEY'S 11:30: Farm Roundup JUST PUBLISHEDneU's: Branch WANTED work. Salary-Waitress.meals No and 'Sunday

with all who happened to be at was requested to advise the operator while others in the party boarded Mayor Jackson's property to Davy Crockett and the 12:00 Publi Service Office,"in,story Florida.of the Choctaw Written Indians by-: Fr<*4'! Cafe. cbIn tIp

his store at the time the melon at the Highland office to. street cars to go up-town arid I ;. get to the! lot.Library 12:15 Second News of The World Chief Horace P.idaught of CItra.: WANTS POSITION as receptionistin

was to be dissected. Fernandez listen and to confirm if the yell various points of interest, the j River Pirates Roundup For TeWranh.sale at$3,00.Branford County tf Do.tor'l or t'entifct's office.

conducted a small confectionery was heard at Highland.Then young barber remained at the 12:30 Weather; Around The Nation I'art or full tme. Phone 487-W.Itp

stand the old terminal Notes AND FOR SALE-82 gallon Electric .
adjoining railroad the hurrahing and yelling station. And he was Water Heater. Two elements.

latform at Call street, and his took place, and it turned out still there when those who form i i !. 12:35 The Perry Van Show Good Condition, See at Gay's APARTMENT two bedrooms.FOR RENT Rent-Furnihed .
very
'lace was the most popular that all claims about the powerof ed the party gathered again for iI "Queen of France," latest addition The Walking HillsWith 1:00 Five minute summary of Tom AnDlIanC'e. tfchg reasonable. Keystone Road IVi

neeting-point in town for manyat the man'n ability to be heard the journey back home on an I to the Bradford County Randolph Scott and Ella News $100.00 FOR YOUR TIn trade on miles. Nettton Thorsland. Itp

that time.It were substantiated. After each evening train. Several repaired It.I Library, tells the story of .Marie Ralnes 1:05 The Perry Van Show ,Si......inch....... Motorola Lowboy tfchg at I FOR RENT Nicely furnished four
is timely to n.Ate that Mr. to the terminal restaurant for Plus Color Cartoon I room cottage. Plenty of cool
echoes heard if noise Five minute
yell were as I Antoinette who became. the ,most 2:00 summary of IT5,000.oo. shade trees._ Large screened front
.-- Fernandez resided! with an aunt supper, and when the tonsorial I News SANTA FE LAKE FRONT porch. Two adults or couple with
came from far up the Alligator celebrated of her $% Convenient terms. Guy I
: queen century. Wed. Thurs. July 10 11 -
Mrs. Emma Richard about two artist was queried as to what 2:05 The Andrews, phone 3S3 or 379-W. shall chid. Located at 557 W.
Creek upper reaches westward to I Perry Van Show .
1
Her story is one of the most fascinating DOUBLE FEATURE 4tchg 7/12 Call three bedroom
blocks east of his store and forquite the swamp surrounding Sampson he saw and how he liked the in all history. 3:00 Five minute summary of unfurnished house 558 W. Call

a while he had kept the lake No objection was ever shows, he said he had not nup.town News FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart- St. Phone 1I3-J. Itt-hg
Andre' Castelot. author of The Iron Sheriff ment. Large living room dining
boys posted as to the at because he'found 3:05 The
progress all.
heard about_ this unusual phaseof Perry Van Show room and kitchen. Gas heat. AVON CALLING!

mammoth watermelon was mak. the celebration at an unusual plenty to see in and around the "Queen, of France, worked years Starring Sterling Hayden 4:00 Five minute summary of Telephone Installed. Call 99-W. It JOB nerd titr ..eT and ran

ing. Finally he announced that: time of night terminal station lots of ; gathering material for the book News tt 'v. Jefferson St. tfchg not \.8rl foil time.' represent a TV

It waa all-but-ready he felt: : The railroad's operator at: trains, people, street cars carriages ['I and his writing brings the. readers AND 4:,05 At Your Request CITV PROPERTY .d'.rtl.borhood. Due product to papa In la t your Ian Inereaac neigh

to for the feast. of to feel they knew Marie An. 6:00 2 Acres, 435 ft. on street. 3/4 Acre hair several
eure brine on Highland reported that the with plenty goodthings WRGR' News Parade we city aid r.ralterrItorIes
The Vagabond King Corner. Nice Building Sites. Phone
He said that ,he had had it covered yells were heard there aU right,, things to eat. AT the ; toinette personally. (World and National) a'sI.Awnr. !tp 7/5 1: Etabll. .hed in...t..r.Bradford We C.usty.train.

with grass for a week or thus confirming the negro's menu reached the waiter'asked la TECHNICOLORWith 6:10 WRGR News Parade I Write Mrs. Meta Browa. 1 S. E
I Lint Year Property For Sale With : ..
two to protect it from the sun's I claims that his yells would carry the barber what he would like To Kathryn Grayson Ojreste (State and Local) i Fare' H... mmt BaclneM Property h. A.. G.I..Ue.

hot ,ray All of which was just: eight miles. We have wondered L for dessert and he promptly replied I. Bring Message I Ii Plus Color Cartoon 6:20 WRGR News Parade Jahnle-H.Free....Ope, Representative LUtlBjci t LST-I Dukyl Variety Store.

too much for seme of the boys I I if the fact that he stood between I : "Just bring me some more Dr. L. E. Loemker, head of Fri., Sat. --.; 'July 12, 13 ? (Sports and Weather) P. O. Box: SOT- Starke. Fla. I 1 Oe Pocket Book.
I i 3 .i. 8. .. sea Phone Waldo
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vho held forth nightly except: of them 6:30 Bandstand Containing and valuable
the mainline railroad track, with I turnip greens. DOUBLE FEATURE Revolving HObart 8-3831 tf money

unday at the Fernandez store. the telegraph wires almost over Jobs Plentiful Wages Low |,1. the Philosophy Dept_ at. EmoryUniversity 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Music |' papers. Please return, to above

So a few night* following the a' In his in Atlanta, Ga will ) FOR RENT-3 rooms and bath, store and receive reward. itLANP.ACE
his head, played part The. years following the dir.ist- Hold That Hypnotist furnished Apt. Private entrance.L. .

he poor results in the severalof raid on I voice carrying up the line to rous fire In Jacksonville In 1901 L, bring the morning message at : With Huntz Hall and the Bowery 8:00 Sign' Off D. Green 1805 Raiford 2tchgr Rd.7/12 HOG SALat., July

Parson Philips' patch Highland. It may have, for that L brought a building boom I the First Methodist Church Sun I, Boys Saturday 13 7 p.m. .' Pavilion.

the friends of Fernandez held a L matter, been carried even beyond I held for a long time in c whlc1t I day. Dr. Loemker served the I Same schedule as above except .LOST-Brown billfold containing Ashford Ala. Offering %
bred (closeup). 15
1 to 6 driving license and gis
and decided papers money.
that m. Road Show
conference If the rails or wires! : AND p. ..
Highland has not ended. But the wages paid New of Reward. Return to Telegraph office gilts 1 Buy foundation
England Conference
the
had best not wait long Sunday guaranteed breeders.
any Bur
they had any part in it. for skilled labor then was or Gulf Station in Keystone. qualty.
for him to "pull" the big Methodist Church before teaching 7:30 Sign On Religious 'Phnn_ 9t11. Kt"v"tone. ltD Write for catalog Willow .
er And speaking of Highland aa insignificant when compared with The. Last FrontierWith programs Tree Farm, :oblesvle. Ind.

melon-they were fearful that it was' 60 years ago, a station pay scales of the present The at Emory. Rev Donald F. Guy. Madison, Robert Preston until 1:00 n. m. FOR.SALE-One large display cabinet ltp
else might steal it and I 1:00 to 6:00 p., m. The Sunday containing i fifteen gallon 1
someone was manned there because of the population of Jacksonville in 1900 Kokomoor. pastor of the local I Plus Serial Chap. 11 'and Color Show aquariums with tropical fish, FOR SALE-Pure bred Collie pup.

thus deprive all of Fernandez several dangerous curves the was about 28.000, but its growth t.l Cartoon grass snails lights etc. 1305 E. pies $15.00. Mrs. Walter
I t[l church, will preside. 6:60 to 8:00 Call St. Phone Rt. 1, Martn.
See 371-W.
p. m. Schedule 2tp' 7/12 Lawtey. Turn
friends a chance to share in It: railroad had in the hills of that L,, baa been rapid since that time. above LARGE RED WORMS For Sale road north of Underwood firt.
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I b 146 N. Thompson St. ltD I Itp

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