Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Late[ DepositingOf Cut In

1 4 ./ County Millage Slated

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BOARD BARS $290,000 Budget
1' +4 SuspenseCounty PRESS TWICEThe Adopted By BoardA

officials showed con County Commission,, prac- t. decrease of 1.5 mills In the

cern and school officials were ticed an uncommon practice r ad-valorem tax rate was Announced
forced* to go to the trouble of twice Monday as they went into by the County Commission -
Installation Ott 1 rebudgeting this week because two executive sessions duringa Monday as a tentative bud-

1. of tax money overdue in being single meeting. get of approximately $290,381was ,

tsiL11.14 :deposited into their accounts: Preliminary, discussion indi- adopted.The .

o Of But Tax Collector J. R. Kelly cated that the first of the closed c budget figure may be

Telegraph'sWeb ; ended the suspense Monday by meetings was held to discuss the slightly higher, County Clerk

depositing $27,205-$15,3(3"in. the delay of Tax Assessor J. R.' Kellyin i.r. i. Charles Darby said, because the

Press / School Board's fund and $11,873in depositing funds. h City of Starke's mosquito con.

the county's fund. The public and press were trol project is yet to be figuredin.
l}, asked to leave a second time But funds for this programare
Kelly said that the delay was %
when Clerk Charles Darby reported -I supplied by the city and
Is Completed caused by the money being in I ; r s
that the present millage will not affect the tax rate.
i the "process distribution."
would yield more money than This reduction will cut taxes

ti, The concern of the County the draft of the new budget called from the 17.25 mill peak rate

; l Commission was shown as the for. The Board evidently which it has held for the past

; r; members interrupted their budget wanted to consider in
private two years to 15.75 mills After
study to call an executive whether to this
spend money or figuring estimated expenditures,
session, apparently to discus, reduce the millage. 3% t the Commission found that extra

-n'" the matter. funds were available after money

: The closed session was called had been allotted for all of the
4 Yr -: after Chairman H. A. (Buddy) Board Approves I Rotary Officers ChangedA. I planned items.

: Bishop Jr. asked Clerk Charles Added revenue from increased
J.: Thomas Jr. pictured Jr., secretary; R. E. Edmondson,
Darby if tax funds! were still due assessments -and other sources
_ the county. Darby replied that Mosquito Control above (right) receiving the Rotary treasurer; and Geo. L. Patten, was responsible for bringing

I they were. gave from past president, Harry M. Hatcher, E. L. Mat- down the tax rate. The fine and
Geo. L. Patten, presided for the thews, R.' S. Mullins, Freeman
forfeiture fund since sheriffs
Wednesday, July,3, marked the Top left: Contractor W. L. Thigpen uses tractor hoist to unload Bishop asked if the other first time at the initial the
meetingof Jr. T. A.
Yawn and
The Commission Register ,
County office
Mon- has on the budget-
end of an era for the members it would be gone
Bradford massive used Duplex web Installed last thought
on perfecting
gears press the held in
Rotary year Donald
day voted to Kokomoor
enter the
County State salary system is also expectedto
Telegraph when the Justified call and
old to ask
week in Bradford County Telegraph plant. J. R. Harrison .of Columbia Kelly Health' Dept's. the Garden Restaurant Wednes- Harry H. Rafcb is new program funds.
Whitlock mosquito control produce more
press, installed in the him about the matter. At thi
plant some 50 years ago, made S. C., who installed press, is at rightTop point Bishop asked for a motionto program to provide mosquito relief day of last week. chairman and Ted Connell and The Commission went Into,executive

its last run and was retired from right:, George Kaufman,' pressman, puts ancient WhitlKb into executive session and for county communities. Thomas, a local attorney, is Jack Tarv.icki11 serve as sesfson, barring press and

active service. press, used by the Telegraph for the past half century, through its the go and other Following a recommendationfrom also attorney for the City of sergeants-at-arms. public, to discuss the dispositionof
press peraon Starke, and a past Commanderof Chairman of the four main
Taking John 'the
over its duties is a Hulrennan, head of extra funds.
for the time
last on 3,
paces Wednesday, July were asked to leave.
Duplex web perfecting press that I the State Health Dept's division the Department of Florida, Rotary committees for the new Even though the taxes will be"
Lower photo: Kaufman and Claude Crowson, foreman, inspectthe The School Board, ending its' American Legion. His first meet-
uses a continuous roll of paper, administering the mosquito con- year are: Club service, Freeman reduced, the budget itself soared
printing and folding in one oper Duplex which prints automatically from a continuous roll ofpaper fiscal year on June 30, found I trol funds the Commission ing was devoted to outlining Register Jr.; Vocational Service, to record amount, $53,000 over'

ation. 'A completed eight-page whereas the Whitlock used hank-fed sheets. itself without sufficient fundFto agreed to put $3.500 into the plans for the new Rotary year E. L. Matthews; Community I last year's figure of $237,982.

paper will, roll from the Duplex pay its June bills because the program for the first year's op Other new Rotary officers, Service, R. S. Mullins; Inter- I The fine and forfeiture fund
press'at' speeds up to '4,500 per I tax money had been undeposited. eration. This will be matched who began their terms at this under which the. new sheriffs

hour,I cutting to a fraction the newspapers that 'ha\'e' outgrown I has 'been used by The Telegraph : with at least $7,000 from the I meeting, were: Edward S. Bee- national Service Harry M. budget is figured, makes up a'

tJ Vheretofore: required to pro- them and gone to equipment even for around half a century, the state. ; I be, vice president; A. L. Crosby Hatcher, Jr. large part of the increase. Also

duce''an. issue of 'The Telegraph. larger. The Whitlock was purchased Whitlock was not, retired becauseit Pair Arrested Plans made by Mulrennan and the road and bridge fund is con
No longer will newsboys and from a plant in Waycross, was "worn out" or not doingits c $62,000 Figure Adopted
the Commission call for these siderably higher than last year.
operators have to wait Ga., and the Duplex came from, job property:! ; The growth' of Trying TheftFrom :
Impatiently 'I. funds to be spent on the purchase Principal items increasing the'road
while the old
Gainesville Ga.a
city about the Starke and consequent, growth of
lock ,grinds 'out papers at the ize of Gainesville Fla. For itsmove "The Telegraph's circulation' madeit of a mosquito fogging ma- and bridge fund total are

rate of a thousand an hour. The to Starke, the 30,000 poundsf necessary to sacrifice, ,the EmployerA chine and a truck to be used to First Sheriff's Budget Approved plans for' the purchase of two

Duplex press should'turn them equipment had to be entirely smaller press .on the altar,:of combat: mosquitoes in "concen- new trucks and a boost in the

out fast enough to keep 'every- dismantled and reassembled on "speed.. The Duplex was' being trated areas" in the County. funds! allotted for salaries.

body happy and meet the demands the floor of The Telegraph plant used by a' daily' paperi 'of, around bookkeeper at the B. T. These "concentrated areas" include For Changeover From Fee System The salary item was Boosted

_.... of The ,Telegra{) '*.growing circulation bove a specially' constructed: 2,000 circulation, and could' be Thomas Lumber Co. pleadederuilty Hampton, Brooker Law- from $29,744 to '34900. The Increase
for years :to come: I 'pif"that'"allows pressmen easy employed for the same purpose i Wednesday to a plot tt tey and other. spots. The program .., ... -' -. .. is Intended to: bring the

It :ia Interesting to note that access beneath the press when here if Starke should .develop Into I !steal lumber 'and supplies from will not ,go into effect for The cost of law: enforcement one jailer, one office helper anda spending" in line'with expenditures t

both of The Telegraph's presses j ecessary. a city large enough to 'war- the company to transport to the County before Oct. 1, by the Bradford County ,sheriff's jail assistant The budget this year, when the money

have come from plants of Georgia In spite of the fact that it rant a daily paper.RECORD Tennessee: presumably to builda though. office during the coming fiscal figure calls for one additional for this item went beyond its

In : house, Asked by Commissioner Lawton year will be $63,221.63, accord- deputy, one additional jailer and alotted amount.

County CourtSeaman SCHOOLBUDGET' Circuit Judge George: L. Pat.' Crawford if 'u. S. 301 between ing to the budget submitted by "a small raise in salary to deserving :Many items: are increased because

SEENThe ten ordered a pre-sentence investigation starke and Lawtey Is Sheriff P., D, Reddish and ap- personnel. of general increase in

in the case .of the !sufficiently concentrated to proved by the County Commis- Expenses, other than salaries : prices and several new items are

Acquitted Of Drunk man, Ted Curtis., come into the mosquito reliet 1595832. Automobile ,
Driving School Board will meet in sion.This expense included because of the county
session 'to' be Another employe of the company nrogram, Mulrennan said he believed is the first budget ever which was $4.821.14 last year, taking on additional services.
a special Monday
Charles Baker, was held on that it would. submitted for the sheriff's office was estimated to reach $5,395.57 Among the new items are the

,In Collision With Auto Of Deputy expected gin study to be on the its most new,expensivein budget, a similar charge but did not This section was especiallymentioned and it was predicted that this next year with the additional fire control program and the

history. plead. because of complaints one, since it is an experiment in deputies. Traveling expenses library. .

.' School Superintendent Harmon The men were captured Sun- from motel owners about mosquitoes an untried endeavor will be the I next year is figured at $150 and The budget, will be published

A. six-man jury uu Wednesdayfreed passing.. But Sasser's claims Morgan predicted that the bud- day preparing to take a load, of ,; Crawford said. highest ever submitted. feed for prisoners at 3000. Last in full, in next week's :Telegraph

a Bradford County man that his car was on the right million. lumber and supplies, including Mulrennanput a damper on "We are 'trying to get a bipr year the prisoners' meals cost with last year's figures includedfor
get this year will top $1
Kenneth Starling of driving side of the. road and that he roofing, nails, flooring and paintto my idea the Commission may enough amount to carry, on the 21722. Other expenses under comparison. '
while which The budget figures will be ad-
intoxicatedcharges gave a signal for a left turn Tennessee. have been considering to obtaina operation of the office." County this item include impounding
stemmed from an accident be vertised before Aug. 1 and the Changes can be 'made In the
were disputed by Starling. : Thomas estimated the value of drag line out of the program. Clerk Charles Darby said. costs, $200; uniforms $816
tween.Starling's car and a car trial budget will be'adopted after budget until its final adoption
After Starling's car struckSasser's the goods at between $500 and Further' studies would have to The budget is a controlling other jail expenses $1,658.88:
driven by a deputy:\ sheriff. a public hearing ,at ,the Aug. at the Aug. :5 meeting.CJayBrd's.
car it careened down $600. be made to determine if 'a drag factor in the changeover from telephone and telegraph, $575: I
Starling was placed under arrest 5 meeting.
on Nov. 14, 1956 by\J. A.Sasser the road ending 0? against a line would he necessary in the the fee system for paving the office supplies $350; other ad .

who was, then county fence. Sasser said tfegfr Starling County's mosquito control pro- sheriff to the budget-salary sys- ministrative expenses, 1612.90: '

jailer ,and a deputy sheriff aft- the staggered car and when had he the got odor out of TV Set StolenA Farm Forester gram. Mulrennan said. tem which was voted for Brad- and radio upkeep, 74921. :Manyof i Y
of alcohol
er the two cars collided on SR "It's necessary to know what ford and most of the other counties these expenses have previously ,

16 about three and a half miles on his breath. television set was stolen Future TalkedThe vou are doing""'when you go into by the,, 1957 Leislature. The been paid from county funds.

west of Starke. the The testimony state's case of was Sasser based' and on from a Bradford County home the program he said. Use of the r-udeet and the 'new system: will Equipment $12.183.71. This $$10,000 Grant I IWasn't

Certain points in the stories Sheriff P. D. Reddish who 'both while the residents were awayon future of the farm forester drag line when not actually needed go into operation on Oct. 1. includes 5482.10 as the per-

told on the witness stand by the testified that in their opinion the Fourth of July SheriffP. matter for could create breedin areas. Even though the salaries. and sonal investment in cars which
two principals in the wreck were D. Reddish reported last program was a, lower the water tableor financing of the sheriff's office
Starling was intoxicated to.the. budget discussions nossibly : will he .taken. over by the office \ t RealThe
speculation during
conflicting.: Both agreed that week. will longer depend on the
point herew his normal faculties do other damage. no and $1,550 needed to trade in on"
Starling's car, struck the left side were impaired. The set was taken from the in both Bradford and Clay Mulrennan suggested that the fees Darby and the sheriff pre- of the cars. Also included (is $75
of Sasser's car as Starling was I'I home I of Earl Mosley SR 125 Jounties this week. that collections made by
on "ounty concentrate on temporary dicted
Starling denied that he had for office eauinment. $550) for f Clay County School Boardwon't
west of Lawtey Sheriff At last count, the possibilitythat control methods the office will almost the
Deputy pav
\ had anything to drink that morn- mosquito new radio, $100 for a fingerprintcamera get its $10,000 windfall
Trust Betrayed, ing and his attorney, A. Z. 'Ad-J Russell Redding said the thieves the program will be continued Tich as fogging for which the the bill of its operation. Darby and $15 for tear gas after all, Clay County officials

kins, Jr., of Gainesville produced -, entered and carried the TV out seemed stronger. recommended budget would be forecast that next year the equipmentThe learned with dismay last wec-

Charges Placed itnesses'who testified that of the unlocked front door. During the past year Bradford, sufficient.: county will not have to contri- '

he appeared ,normal Sheriff Reddish said this is Clay and St. Johns counties have The program entered by the hute any money at all toward cost of investigations ha end.It 'was
S'ifiO'and!' $5013.60has !' ( generally 'believed thata
One witness, Frank Landrum, the third set that has been shared the services and expensesof Bounty is the same program un- the operation of the law enforcement heen !set' at
bill had
,The* Friendly' Stop on SR 100 said that Starling had spent the stolen under similar circum- Farm Forester Don Champion. der which the City of Starke branch. been set aside for con tingen- lowed the been passed which', -
south of to be ,school board'and commission
Starker proved (Continued on Page 8)) stances in recent months. .- St.' Johns ,recently pulled out will have a, sanitary land fill The items in the budget are: des.The to
tVCurtls a
friendly Rose; but he $20,000 furid
added budget calls Salary of sheriff, $7,500. The Commissioner auMtionec1wither I
didn't of the, arrangement leaving created. The city's with the
atop long according to Clay County Develop-
.,charges ,placed last week by Mrs.. Tobacco Is Ready For Market :\ financial burdens on Bradford for $9.500 from the city with amount of the salary was established or not the $550 for Investigations i ment Authority, a fund which
and counties.The the state contributing a mini- by' the Legislature in would be too low
,Ruby ,Thompson, owner of the had been allocated In lieu of
establishment Clay Commissioners were mum of $14,250. the bill setting' up the new !sys!! !!! The si';) "Jff; admitted' that it i in I. taxes on Camp, Blanding.

': Mrs., Thompson told Sheriff P. repprted to be opposed to payingany Though both program will be tem. low flzm-e and "one murder But Sen. Tom Adams did not

Reddish'that Rose took,off with .i more for the program and administered through the countythe Salaries of deputies, and assistants cn! *<* could exhavt: the entire the bill
pass but allowed it to
'her' 19519 automobile and ,about would discontinue it if their a- budgets will be kept separ- $22,104. The sheriff :"mount. He said that if :a num- die in the Senate it was learned.

]-J775 In cash after she entrusted mount, was increased. ate to be used for the projects said that last. year he paid $13- ber of cases arose requirinr f Sen. Adams said, his
'him with the operation of her i The Bradford Board said thatit (Continued on Page 8)) 930.80 to three regular deputies. g"Pltt amount of inve that
'establishment on the night of the Chic f'ind and the, cont'nsrencyb was Clay
cannot afford the program by County needs Industry" and the
Fourth of July. month.
1- bp used un in a
Formal charges of auto larceny itself, an amount which would City Officials Set Policies The 'Commissioners freed to development authority providedthe

have been placed against Rosewith .a top $3,000. \ ilcz.-rt in the bidp"t S550 for 9 organization_ to fulfill thfc
bond With the improved financial condition need.
set. at $5,000. Sheriff
.,. I of Robert Cox.
sr radio for car .,
Reddish' said that of J of the County, officials '
charges though
I Ending PlantA Squabbles Hamnton tmarshall who will by Adams said that after success-
stealing*the money will depend on : say that Bradford can bearar ful
retained as a. Dart, time deputy negotiations, had, ,beep( cool?
the evidence obtained after Rose increased load if will
I The sheriff said that the ad- pleted with the State Armory
is captured. definite chain of commandto power plant will be presentedto
f ,ri41 continue to pay the same amountt is because Board 'for the
k yi dltionil jailer needed $20,000, "smajl
Mrs- Thompson said she had follow in handling problemswas Mr.M "
ha* b P@n payintrRe orts indicate Dees a memorandum '
with onlv one man on the job groups started exerting extreme
known Rose ,only a short time the Clay board is willing to set, up Friday night in a which came as a result of 'the
: hA i is reouired to be on duty 24 pressure on to allocate
and hired him as a cook the me, ,, ji
; pre- : ; 10 this. joint meeting of the City Council meeting read "and in the event
_ vious night, the sheriff related. hours a day sometimes being up portion of the funds to;the school
and Board of Bond Trustees as
that Mr. Dees is unable to
In the
new budget $1,746.48has
About 10 p. in.. on July 4 she I all day and nightA board and commission. L
a of settling
means employee handle the situation, then Mr.
turned 'the keys to her establishment been set up for Bradford'sshare trouble which new feature of the new law "But I had to face up to my
was disrupting Dt'esill consult with
and. house over, to- him of the project,, The Com- SuptWasdin. is a reouirement to fingerprint conscience," he said "and-1 felt
vnooth operation at the l light .
while she went to rest nissioners. were in favor of re- and and photograph certain prison I would not be keeping faith ,with
wa.er plant.

bout She$175 accused from him the of cash taking drawer a- Tobacco displayed here by L> U. :Morgan, Sr., and L. U.. Jr., Is taining, commenting the program that'if at it all possible has- Riley Wasdin was named "overall "It The was memorandum clearly decided continued that all: ers.When the new system goes allowed the people the .of fund,the to county be split"ill

and $600 from under her mattressat among the han'ests8itlng in barns to be hauled ,to the, market Fuperintendent of the power employees would handle any into effect. the cars will become The $10.000share ,with the!
been of great aid for small timber I
her home the sheriff said. She I next week for the opening of the Georgia-Florida ,flue cured saleson plant, distribution and water problems as outlined above and the property of the office. At Clay School* board would have

had given hirai1 permission to go Thursday. The Bradford'County tobacco crops ,were severelycut growers in selling their products vstems, with Merrill Dees named that in no instances were theyto present two vehicles are owned received was of particular interest -
to,"T Mme to take a shower. i for better prices.The assistant, superintendent, of contact either members of the sheriff and
adverse personally by
weather .onditlon. Bradford because
by County
but '
1 market officials! are
; la place of the $600 he lefta predicting farm foresters advise timber the power plant the City Council or the Board"of one by Deputy Fate Brown. In-
pair or dirty socks Mrs. Thompson a banner year In both quality and quantity. The Morgans growers on harvesting, sales "Any complaints or mattersof Bond Trustees.' It was also cluded in the budget are funds practically all of the
youngsters from the Clay area
said. She claimed that Rose had one of the most successful in the but estimated nature
crops county they and marketing. any concerning or per- agreed that Superintendent to purchase the sheriffs and were being educated In Bradford
Is ,
from the Navy. that their poundage,' was cut 500 pounds by hail and rain. taining to the employees of the (Continued on Page 8) Brown's ,equities in these cars.


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"r Y Y 'rTYYYYYVYTYTYYTYYTYYTYT Mary Julia Futch in Tallahassee. going to the Lawton Crawford 'The Lonely 'Man' the outlaw.
They with Miss Futch. visitedMr. home for the weekend. Another member of the castis

editorial Farmer's Diary and Mrs. A. Z. Futch and Ben Green spent,last week with To Play At ,FloridaThe blond Elaine Aiken who makes
her film, debut A3 the only girlin
RI daughters in Quincy, and Walter his uncle and'aunt,_'Xr: ct1tfr3.
i# I By 'Sam MeG rv.y Terry in, ',Chattahoochee.; They W H Bennett, in Melbourne. story of a'gunfighter' who the production.

rr attended the ,Don Brand 'is revival ,. 'Fonzo Griffis and Paul Dinkins returns home after 17 'years to Rf.
toward An Improved recapture the' respect f' his
at East Hill Baptist Churchin Recent Births
'As a result, Alice feeds the cat were business visitors to Gainesville '
family is unfolded in Para-
.fi W. :c 't., \' i :, up on the shed roof where the ,Tallahassee on Saturday even- on Saturday.' mount.s Western "The
Bradford. County Hospital announces
City Election SystemTwo bossy hens can't get at it. ing.Miss Mr. and 'Mrs.. "Gene Killian and Man", which plays -Sunday,. Mon- the following births:

Elizabeth Terry spent daughter>of Boaz, Ala: are'visiting day and Tuesday at the Florida big'r amend Mrs. Michael-Ciavo 1i

will be elected in Septemberto A. J.' Crawford who lives, from Thursday until Saturday }fr. and Mrs. Preston Greene Theatre.
persons Dianne
of Melrose, a daughter ,
miles out with Mrs. C. E. Strickland} in
about four on \ the.
-fill posts on' the City Council, but it is possible < with. this week Jstck Palance portrays a professional July 5.Mr. .,
Rosier road, had a Gainesville and
scary experience
that the ones ,chosen won't be the choiceof in Fort White. Sam Hicks of Jacksonville gunslinger whose main, and Mrs. Charles Priest
with a rattler not long Blanche Terry last'week with spent -
of the voters. Perry, Jr., of Melrose, a daughter
"majority ago. He waS running a cow out Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt Mr. and Mrs Glen Shuford. is failing him and whose past
Kathy Jean, July 5.
The reason for this is that the old systemof of his garden when' he almost. spent last weekend in Ocoee with Rfcv.. and*Mrs. J. 0 JXaulerson catches up' with,him when he returns -

voting' for CoUncil'' members will still be in r No news on our mocking birds stepped on the' 5-ft. diamond, Mrs. Ernest Peavy and Mrs. of Kissimmee visited Mr..' and 'home, hoping for a peacefu Starke Mr. ,and a daughter Mrs. Merrill, KarenMar Jones: of-

effect, the system under which all candidatesare which are still very busy hatch- back which quickly coiled and Gara Dorman and Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs!' L. P. Rafusa and Joan on life after 17 years. He has sha, July 6.
l lumped together and run against each ing out a neat!: 'of eggs. We triedto was ready to strike. "A. J." kill- Jack Harvey in Orlando. Monday. come' back to see his son, played #
Mr. and' Mrs. Olive, Jr.,
keep track of the time, but ed the snake which had 10 rat- Ernest Yells of Mobile Ala. by Anthony Perkins, not realizing -
other. Dave and Joe Shuford are the of Starke a son, James Edward,
has to
One 'maj r ';flaw in this method is that it as the incubation started beforewe tles and a button with a hoe, arrived Thursday to spend the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shu- hate him regarding youth him grown as an July 8. -
knew it, we are not sure. and then brought it over to us Fourth of July weekend with his
presents opportunity of having the will 'of ford in ,Appomattox, Va. Mrs. evil killer: Nor have Jacob's enemies Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dagan
However, we are' watching the 'so we could get a picture.As mother. }Irs. Mae Wells, and his I '
"one-shot" Joe Shuford and 'children 0( St. forgotten the killing for Smith of Starke a daughter,
the majority defeated through nest very day now and we 'expect a rule, the closer you get sister, Mrs. Martha Bales. *
with Mrs. which the 8.
Augustine are staying lonely man became Wanda Elizabeth July
votes. As has been seen in past elections, 'soon to see four big hungry to an object,, the larger it seems, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams John Shuford until their return. ..

friends of a particular candidate, by voting1forhim : mouths in the nest. Incidentally, bat that is not always true Like and son of Lake City were Wed, Schemehland
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
alone and ,not the full number intended, old Mr. Mockingbird is busy the case of the 10-ft. rattler we ,nesday and Thursday guests of baby' of Jacksonville, and
I most of the time chasing the heard about this week. Miss of Steinhatchee
can give that candidate a decided advantage. the Hubert family. Theyall Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginboth-: Judy
bunchof told that the
and'what a We were enor-
:of thecandidate crows away enjoyed a swim and supperat
These single shots increase the chances am 'of Maxville enjoyed a barbe-
been killed
and be-jabbering he mous snake had bya
them and bounds cussng Kingsley Lake on the 4th. cued chicken at the homeof
receiving by leaps supper
does about his Crow enemies. Jimmy Griffis, so we went to DEEP
the for the other candidates Mrs. _C. W. Thomas and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs James Waters SEA FISHING CHARTER' BOATWith
while balloting sWhat's see him expecting that by the .

advances at a. normal pace: going on in Lawtey! time we got the real story that Bill Dixon and children'visited father last Saturday I evening Fathometer and Ship-to-Shore Radio Telephone
Mrs. Thomas' Jerry
athlete the snake would have shrunk to Mr.. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown
to run-
'It's like giving dope an Rumors' of big things to come Witcher, near Heilbronn on Sun-
mere five or' six feet size. But and sons and James Waters fam- NEW BOAT 50 FT. LENGTH. .
ning the 100 yard dash. It may enable him to areflying thick and fast and a -
in this 'case it disappeared entirely day. I ily ;were at Hampton Lake fora ,
win the' but will not permit a true indi- indications are that there is
race more than just talk, and that for Jimmy told us he Tommy Harper of Kingsley fish fry'on the 4th.' EQUIPPED WITH DIESEL ENGINE
cation of his condition. hadn't killed a rattler at all. Lake'' is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner

Another flaw in the system now being Bradford est city ia County's due for a second boom bigger larg- When talking, of 10-ft.. rattlers, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail, this and family of Jacksonville spent ,CAPT. J. E. STEWART- <

used is that it precludes a true picture. of the than anything since' the days though, he did say thaione week. the weekend ''with his mother, CALL HY-8-3598 CROSS CITY FI.yI
', ''together Lake Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durhamof Mrs. Effie Miner. ,
political scene. With all candidates lumped back in the 1880's when Era- time over at Kingsley" one

the voters' feelings on issues and act- smus Hill helped start Lawteyto was killed that was so large' it ''Jacksonville attended the Mrs. Mararet Kelly has beena 1 :, .', '_ _-_ '_ .
ions 'of incumbents cannot' be shown too ef grow to be one of Florida's wouldn't fit in' a wa'",'i tub! morning' services at the First 'patient in Bradford County THURSDAYS OPEN BOAT ,
the we did hear of a Baptist Church and were dinner since
By way Hospital Saturday.
for that four can- leading communities. .
fectively. Suppose, exampe,
of Mini Elizabeth Terry.
whopper near one of our lakes. guests NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED
Mr. and Mrs. 'Marvin Warrenof i i'r
for twO' seats. With all can- ,
didates vieing
are Man who told us about it, saidit Fourth of July guests of Mrs,
We probably have the only Jacksonville spent the week-
: didates running against each other, the issues Georgia Ann Sapp were Mr. and ,
long and that he
cat in the county which has tote was 10 feet end with his parents, Mr. and __ ,' -,'. -
1 if there are any, become..so clouded they fed up on a shed roof. Storyis had tried to kill It'put' lost a Mrs. E. E. Burney of Jacksonville Mrs. J. E. Warren.

are nullified and the election settles down to a that our three fat and sasnyhens lot of his interest 'in pursuit and Botby Burney of Aurora Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kelly and

:popularity contest. steal the cat's feed and just when the snake crawled into a ,, Ill. r v>ns visited Mr. Kelly's sister,
Mr. and Mrs Mac McKinneyof
A means to remedy, these flaws in the system about knock the fur off him clump of bushes. weekend Mrs. Roy Tomlinson, in St.
Jacksonville were ,
for electing (Council members will be sub- every .time they get in a scrap. \ guests of Mrr. Lula Dority! andF. Luke's Hospital Sunday after- .

mitted to the' voters on the ballot in September. v.vvvvnvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvLAWTEY Mrs. Bill Norris and son of noon.Mr.
A.Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waters and
An act changing the system so that can- Gainesville.Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Whiteheadand .
sons were Sunday guestsof
didates will, run under five different groups Hutchinson of Gainesville ,daughters of Kings'ey' Lake Mr. and Mrs. Buford supper Higgin- u

has been passed by the legislature to go into filled the pulpit Sunday morn-' were. attending to business hereon botham in M xville. Pf

S effect after September if approved by the By Mrs. Joyce T. Futrh1AAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAA ing at 'the Methodist Church 'in Thursday.Mrs. The H. C. Kelly family Spent
the absence of the regular pastor. Erlie Padgett and chil-
t ,voters. Rev. Troy :M. Wakefield. He dren 'visited their grandfather, the 4lh at their home on Lake ::o

Adoption of this system will cure the evil was, accompanied by Mrs. Hutch- Lige1 I Douglas, and brothers Fer- Bedford.Mrs. 1c-\-

r of the single shot votes by removing the advantage Bridal Shower inson and they were dinner ell Douglas, of Nashville Tenn., E. E. Tatum, :Tom Sr..
Miss Louise Dixon: whose and Charles Tatum' were visiting :
that a candidate would receive from guests of :Mr. and Mrs Lonnie and Riley Douglas of High ;
marriage to Lynn Owens, of the relatives in Ripley, Miss last
_ a larger number of these votes. If a person U. S. Navy and stationed in Futch. Rev. Thompson, Chaplain Springs, at Lake Butler onThursday" week. :
of the state Farm, preached in : tm-\
votes for only one candidate under the group Jacksonville, will take place in Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins had
the Griffis who is at ;
evening.Mrs. Tommy ,
method, he does not affect the race in the other the near future, was the inspira- ,as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. '
Ed Wheelan who was a Camp Stewart, Ga. for twoweeks
groups at all. tion for a lovely shower given Horace Cox of Jacksonville and
in St. Vincent's'Hospitalseveral spent the weekend with
by "Mrs. Bell Dixon Mrs. Carl patient Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St.
By deciding to 'tin certain
run a .
group days last week is at his wife and daushter., '
Griffis and Mrs. Edward Lee Augustine.
against a certain opponent, a candidate will home and ia much improved.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Bryant Reddishand _
Massey at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of
'show his stand and the voters will have a clearer and Mrs. Bobby Piersonof granddaughter, Mary Jack 1''
Dixon on Tuesday evening. After Webster brought Mrs. Mary
idea about j Dade weekend Pons, attended the Barber-Rowe
the issues. City were
the playing of several games, Reddish to her home on Sunday ,
of Mr. and bars :Marion reunion at the home of :Mr. and
We feel that the. addption of this change and the opening of the many guests ; after she had visited' them some
Mrs. C. M. ,Barber in Macclennyon
would be an important step toward more effective beautiful gifts, delicious refresh- Crews. lime. They remained, for a short 1i
ments were served to the following Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Sunday. visit.
city government since it would enable Mrs. Leo Haywood and famliy l l'I ll
and Ricky, of Gainesville,
guests: Me"iames son, I
elections to more accurately register the will Henry of Winter Haven are' visiting Mr.
the weekend with their
Wainwright, Ezra Gault, Hermie spent CHRISTIAN CHURCH
of the voters. and Mrs. Erlie and
: : Padgett ,
parents Mr.'and'Mra G. W Ro- ,
Kelly, Rilev Dixon A. E. Mas- '
family. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor
Milo Smith Bowen berts. The ladies were. shoppingin
sey Charley Mr. and ,Mrs. Carl Norman and Bible School. 9:45: a. m. MornIng -
Foster Homes Need'e'dBradford C. W. Thomas, and Jacksonville on Saturday.Mrs.
Badly Misses Ber- Mrs',, Myrtie ,Adkins of Jacksonville Worship, 11 a. m. Youth
tha Mizell and Joyce Futch and Ralph
Pansy Crosby of 'PM
with Church 6:30 All
spent Friday evening : p. m. young
County Juvenile Judge"T. A. Jacksonville.Mrs. spent .'the"' weekend with Mrf. 'andMrsT ,Mr. .and Mra.L. P .Raf se before people Invited.

Yawn found it ,necessary* last week to take Louiebelle Wainwrightand : J. P. Wyrick"and :Miss .

seven children away' from their parents. No daughters, and Louie Frigoof J-

other solution was possible since the parents Jacksonville were visiting 1

had a long record of neglect of the children, Sunday.Mr.relatives. and friends -here on 3"i's \\\11'' \ '

both in this county and in the county from and :Mrs. Hubert Priest ,

which they came. For a while it seemed that and son were business visitorsto 1 M M N 1

the Judge and each welfare worker would haveto Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. .

"go home with a ,baby" because Bradford S. D. Andrews and /AVF ; '

county has no foster homes, licensed or volun- daughter of Wildwood spent

teer. On other occasions the Judge has done Friday and Saturday with the yr' ,-
Fred Moore family and attendedthe ( wtfl4All41Im
just that.It /1 fdIFY
Torode-Moore wedding on
is never possible to know when an em- Friday night. Mrs. Will Edwardsof 1

ergency like this will arise and children .cannot Jacksonville, and :Mrs. Drew

*. be put on file until facilities can 'be found for Reddish and son, of Starke call- 7ILC''k

them. These 'particular children ranged in age ed on the Moores on Thursday p

from nine months to just under nine years and afternoon.
Mr. and :Mrs. Howard
of course, a kind couple came along who stay- Thompson '.
of ;
Jacksonville via: ted Mr.
ed with the children until better arrangements Mrs. i -
and Troy Bennett and Gary "
could be, made. on''Sunday.Mr. shoyaa

There must be many families in this anc: Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and '

county who are able and Swilling to' take such daughters had as Wednesday hQIYj : ..

children, especially since the services are paid guests Mrs. Bertha Stuckey and ( '

for. Perhaps people feel that they must havean Mrs.ville. Audrey Benson of Jackson-, HEJUSTBOUGHTMH

elaborate home but :Mrs. Humphries of ther
Guests, of the; L. S. Tanner d
State Welfare Board points out that normal .5 :
family this week were ){rs. T
well-balanced couple who love children and Eloise Blount of Baldwin, Mrs.

: have a clean home are the kind the Welfare Bessie Pringle of Baldwin, Mrs. .

Board is looking ,for. t and Mrs. W. J. Zack of Jacksonville 1957
Americans are known for their kind :Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph i < TJLIDE/ .YALUS ON }YGVR OLD T1RESJS WAr un. I

hearts and the lack of a foster home in Brad- Bennett Sapp of of Heilbronn.Raiford. and Danny PRICES FOR NEW GOO D}'EAR T/RES48E.l WAY DOWN I -,

ford county can be nothing more..than ignoranceof ,Mrs.t I Fred Moore and daughter. '

.the need and the requirements. Any one interested Gayle, were shopping in : MERCURY

in this kind of i service can get the Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mr. :

necessary details from the Welfare Board or and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and 3T4: SuberCushions

from Dr. 'Florence Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs and, ,-

daughter had as guests duringthe i
$ "' i weekend Mr. and 'Mrs. Ern- for only

;r: Those Sagging; Stockings est Hewitt and son of Tallahassee GO6D/YEAR ; .

Mr. _and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs by
The women's hosiery industry ,is trying and family, and Mr. and Mrs. no.J'f a (.<. ''t': .l,. $2395.o
'to pull up sagging stocking sales. Sales are Berney Dobbs and daughter of. -" or stronger,safer,easier-riding uper'v" ':

sagging, that is-not stockings. Jacksonville.Mr. ., ,-' Cushions., TJjeye's extra _strengh' in the Triple-Tempered Tow. belt. t /..

and Mrs. O. J. Anders SoT.Cord body and the tread buy.. 1"y 'ad t
Despite rising population and husky. jib assures longer weu :. .
prosperity, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Par- ., p:' fl'IJ '
..ud'bAea, traction.; Get Super-Cushions i now for For a Aontarty 2--doer 6-pasIngadcp.rrahluol..4.n.trY.:
manufacturers' shipments i of full-length hosiery rish in Maxville on Sunday. Billy VffitdCng, : .M, iw .XOM toXM. Opliollalsafety

fell off ,by several million .pairs last year, ,and Anders is spending this week in and more riding( comfort.. ..at unbeatable low, prices.' $ :, 9' 51 eqwlptMllt.'GrtIJghtI,*acconfae at. ra to Individual taiM, if d oy oUf, d&hoML poGcy.You fritt* nay

the trend' seems likely to continue. Daytona Beach with his cousin, ,. i

Women, apparently, are convinced that a Darrell< Martin. t SIZE; 600: x'16 $,11"5 :SHE 7.10 x 15 1:440: R'c :! = \ -\_ ;
Rev and Mrr. C. L. Tyler"Sr. r CanTooAt
:L coat of tan is cooler than a coat of nylon dur- plus to* and NCOP-
\ the hot and son of Jacksonville attended ing summer months. The manufacturers *- S/ J

: are l launching a' promotion campaign to put 'services Church. at on the Sunday First and Baptist were ,. .. Pay as low as $1.25. a 'week for a set of four '

more bobby-sobers in long stockings.:It's a good v 'JTK., 7t34! Our Showroom
dinner guests of Mr. Mrs.
trick if they can ,do it. Arthur Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. A.

C. Carnegay and daughter of You'll be getting a car that beats '

Jacksonville attended, the evening .. rivals in size and room_TbeBigk'
THE BRADFORD pOtJNTY TELEGRAPH service with the Tylers. Rev. ''

,- .. Tyler Sr. was the guest speakerfor I ( GdODMANS' Service Station 11111 "

,w .JtTp,)8,78 ., the day. -, I. McGriff Mercury Morors
,Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts
.. had as guests last week Mrs. C. '
e Kr 1 *mtea ?- '%;t4 xP .+ .. 'E. Brooks of :Mount Dora Mrs.. 4 U.;8.301 at South City Limits, Court, &, Jefferson. Sts., $3zv
; .. )
of Miami Mrs. '
D. C. Yeager 01
I MATTER AT THE POST Q."CI,AT, fTARKC. ff FLORIDA "UNDER Melvin Weaver and Mrs. Myron I i, .Y
rTHE ACT, OF MARCH. .S.-1S7S. Knuth of Boynton Beach and : 1 :

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'FRIDAY, reLY 12, 1957 _........ .. BRADFORD OOIJb TY'TEL>gGRAPIa, STARKE, FLORIDA *" --- PAGE TIa1tEE:

,1YTvv................w dren Mr. an* Mrs.: Bootsie Can- and Mrs. George Beach-and- Flora Wilkinson -of Lawtey, Mr. and .Mrs. H..A. Sweat of and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters))I the. 4th with ?lrs. ..Dorothy..
non .and family, .Mrs. Gladys and Mrs. L. JL Ward in Mr\\while they and their sons, Buck :Macclenny: .and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs..D, J. Parrish.and and family of Jacksonville spent] Waters and family: "* *"\ I
HAXYILLE Copeland and ,children and Mrs. ings. They enjoyed a swim and Henry and Edwin Chisoln of Johnny Sweat of Jacksonville family visited in Starke Monday -,

Dorothy Kilgore.Mr. Crescent .Beach Friday after 'Starke went swimming at Kings- spent the 4th, of ,July with Mr. afternoon. I .:.... ---- .... .

Mrs. v.8. Nolan and Mrs. George Johnson ley. j
By ; noon.Mra
and family of Jacksonville, Mrs : D. B. Griffis, "Mrs. J. C.: Home Demonstration Club ( o c GOOD SIDING,,
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABirthday .. Dorothy Kilgore and family, ani >?olan.( Mrs.: H. R. Kilgore and The Maxville Home Demonstration \ ; '

Party Doss Higginbotham and daugh Irs. Leslie Chilson carried the Club will meet Tuesday, A HOMES.P,20TECT/ON

A birthday party honoring; ter, Shirley, enjoyed a picnic junior girls class of the Maxville July 16, at the 'Maxville Civic i' '
Miss Shirley Higginbotham .wa:. outing at Strickland's Landinf laptist Sunday School on an Club to cut out dresses and sew bite gWE'VE MANY KINDS

held'last Friday night at the Sunday. outing to Kingsley on Tuesday, and to learn how to uSe machine bitpet says- SELECTION
Jack 'uly 2. The children carried a f02 YOU 2
home of Mrs. Gladys Copeland Miss Mickey Godwin of attachments. The public. is in
Shirley was celebrating her 14tl sonville spent last week as th 'icnic lunch and enjoyed swim- vited. fihe'meeting Will start ''SuperSue ice cream
birthday. Those enjoying the occaaion guest of Miss June Higginbotham ling most of the day. Besides promptly at 10 'a: m. Bring a .. is1' J trowi
with the honoree were and Annette Higgujbothar -he chaperones, those who went sandwich for lunch. good food for everyone _- f NEEDIT! '

June and Annette Higginbotham. of Jacksonville was the guest o' "''ere Patty Parrish, Lana Nolan, There were 99 present at the especially growing youngsters f.', C
Bonnie Padgett, :Mickey Godwin Miss Shirley Higginbotham. 'oey Nolan, Mary, Floyd and Maxville Baptist Sunday Scho'' (
,loyd Kilgore, Susie Harris, a refreshing/ treat: at any time.
Mary Kilgore, Edith Copeland, Eleanor Johnson of on Sunday'morning.. Come orfolks -
Carolyn Padgett, Norma Jean, spent last week with MarKilgore' 'Ueanor Johnson, Roger and Car- let's'bring it up higher ', 'Ef;}>> lots- of this, ': \
Marie and Norma Lee Carter, : lyn Chilson, and Karen and next Sunday. !" '- .
nourishiiH rood day ---- -
Jewell North, Alvin Padgett, Ro Mr. and Mrs. George Johnsor haron t Gr fis. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bell and son /LI I ; \ L
ger North, Billy and Bobby No and family spent the 4th of Jul- D. J. Parrish was a patientin of Jacksonville' spent the d"*
Ian, Floyd, 'James and Richard with Mrs. Johnson's parents .I1 he Baptist hospital in Jackson- with Mr. and Mrs. J.,D. Bell :'and I ,\
and Mrs. Doss Higginbothar ille for a couple of days last ,
Norman, Junior Higginbotham family on Sunday.
Speedy and Marcus Padgett D and family.Mr. 'eek where he went to have his Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson' !!P' It's good., .* o-iJARt1

J. and C. B. Carter, Tommy and Mrs. Ben Higginbotham eg re-set. and Mr. and 'Mrs. ,Earl Wilk'n ( e It's SUPERIOR
and Kenneth Stanley and family, Mrs. Doroth' Cheryl '
La/j. Ralph son and family, of Jacksonville
and family, and Mr 'aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar SUPPLIES (I II
't Eugene Hires, Gene Kilgore spent Sunday at Ft. Clench ir BUILDERS _
,Oscar Owens, R. V. Ddrrance. George Johnson and family Vilkinson, celebrated her 1st Fernandina.Mrs. 14Ji( )CE CREAMs
Denmark, Mickey Godwin 'irthday last Thursday when her
John and Ed Waters, Bobby Kathleen I Drew Wilkinson visited ir I
and Dubby and Annette Higginbothanr 'arents and brothers and Mr. .
B iirnsed, Mr. :Mrs. : Jacksonville last!; Friday: withMrs AH Popular Mayors./Cones, Cups, Pints, FamilyCallons -atsAL ., Oat
fist nd Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, Sr. Mr. -
Ellis and son, :Mr of Jacksonville all enjoyed a L
Mrs.; Carolyn ,: Oney Fraser. s .....' : M
on July 4th at the home o' ind Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, Jr. I S
and :Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and chil- fry Simon Phillips and Mrs. Hattie I. .J
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginboth Jid family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill I (
Nolan were business visitors ir ... ...
Afterwards the liver and Miss Nan McPherson -
am and girls. ) .
:i -
I all enjoyed a swim in Blacl vent on a picnic to Ocean Pond Jacksonville last Tuesday.Mr. T I
J I GASTOONSBy Creek. 'ear ,Olustee and also enjoyed and Mrs.-Leon Harris an* I
and swimming.We 'amily were dinner guests of
Mary Kilgore is spending thi: Ishing '
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knight in
to learn that
Johnsor are
week with\ Miss Eleanor sorry
in Jacksonville.Civic ittle Randy Rafuse, son of Mr Baldwin Sunday.
GIB BROWN Club Met Jid Mrs. O. J. Rafuse was con- Mrs. Sam Harris and childrenzttended
The Maxville Civic Club met fined to St.' Vincent's Hospital 'a birthday party for

last Friday night. We werr 'n Jacksonville for several days 'ittle Bonnie Fay Burdette' iracclennv '
Ii happy to learn that the Clut '1st week as the result of drink- \{ Monday. Bonnie Fay*>

has now acquired title to eigh' ng kerosene. He is getting along vas eight years old. She is a

I ., acres of land, six of which will 'icely now. 'ormer resident of Maxville. : F. : MILD it MELLOW ,/ RICH 3 FUtt,a ""' VIGOROUS WT tY
NEW be donated to the county for r :Mrs. Marian Mars of Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkin : .
TIRE5.r playground and the remaining 'ille visited Saturday with Mr ion and son and Mr. and Mr .,
two acres will be used to bulk nd Mrs. Leslie Sweat and fam- Morris Bell and family spent .
1.LB. BAG S 1.1B.. BAG : 1 tB. BAG
our new civic club on. The road* ly. from Wednesday until Saturda'- J. rwY ,
around the property are to b Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harris am* it the Bell ,tamp in the Ocala
23 opened up right away and w' hildren of Gainesville are spend Forest where they enjoyed fish 79c SSe ;. .eOA onc .1

hope it will not be long befor' ng this week with Andrew Har :ng and swimming.! Mr. and,.Mrs ;.r.a .r'i...
mad' is and family here. Amos Lee ,and family of Baldwir l.roFzo....
"I used to get my tires at we will see some progress ....!:;....
and building Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas ha? Accompanied them. They also ...
COST 'til the went on our playground
guy .,.
broke." Mrs. Floyd Martin and son o' ,s their guests for Sunday dip rent swimming at Salt Lakr 3 IiCABC* 2.31 Ij32.49 3 l6. $ 9 fti +
Daytona Beach and Mrs. Heste er, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slad Springs. -... i BAG ,. ,
Hicks, Mrs. Helen Shuford aw and family of Hampton, Mr Mrs Joyce Schmehls any ,.. -:- -, .
Our prices are as LOW Many Billy Anders of Lawtey anc 'nd Claude Greene and Mrs Daughter and Mr. and Mr Its.real news when the price comes down on .America's AfcP Coffees.. No change in quality:.no change in flavor.

other station ,that, is still Mrs. Marian Mars of Jacksonville !' tary Mosley. Charles and family of Jackson'ille favorite beverage! And A&P. .. America's largest J coffee ...it just costs less to enjoy Custom Ground A&P Coffee! ;

IX BUSINESS! were guests last Monday: "oleman Family Reunion attendee vent Sunday with Mr. ant" retailer..has just reduced the price of its Custom Ground This will make millions happy...how about y'ori? I:
evening of the D. J. Parrish fair.Jly Around 100 guests Mrs. Buford Hieginbotham. Mr I IA&P Ii
and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Par he family reunion dinner at th'lome and Mrs. Randolph Crosby also It.

GIB BROWNSERVICE rish.. of Mr. and Mrs. F. B had dinner with them on Sunday i
Mr. and Mrs C. B. Nolan anr 'oleman on Sunday. Those at ind in the afternoon :Mr.: an<* (California Seedless or Fresh Ripe Georgia ,

STATION sons, Billy and Bobby spent the ending from out of town werr Mrs. James Waters and familyf .
4th of July evening visiting Mrs Mrs. Irene Johns and family, M- Lawtey visited them. i II
Standard Oil Produets W. A. Cannon and Mr. and Mrs 'nd Mrs. Ronnie Williams anf J. S. 'Waters of Lawtey spent I m E GRAPES E S PEACHES.E S '
R. L. Holiman and daughter ir 'amily, Mr. and Mrs. EdwareColeman last weekend with his grand
407 N. Ave. anydirs.
Temple Mr.
Palatka and Friday with Mr and family, Barents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Buford
I and fam -

'ly, Mr.George and Mrs Franklin Clar Higginbotham.Ommie Willis of Greenville i LB. 29c 2 IBS. FOR 1Sc.
ly and family, Mr. and Mrs.Ra?' Tenn. visited Tuesday with .Misr:
Come in for ellum and son, Mrs. Donalc1 Merle Higginbotham enroute tc .

'klerson and son, and Mr. and South Florida.Mr. i

Mrs. Buddy Browning of. Jack and)>Irs.. Owens I Anders,of. -. ,
\; 1 aQ' :i wnville, "'Mr. and "Mrs1.: -Jerrj Lawtey visited Sunday with Mr Broccoli J\&P Silverbrook PrintBUTTER Sunny Brook I
Mr.and Mrs ,
Johns and family,
and Mrs. Leslie, Sweat and fam
j I. A. Sweat and family, Mr. am* and Mrs. D. J. Parish .
and Mr.
'ly '
Mrs. O. J. Sweat and,family, Mr .:' .
-- ...... --- and family. SPEARS EGGS E S
and :Mrs. Lee Woods and
is trhe
The J.' & D. Truck Stop
find Mr. and :Mrs. Eely Howarfnd

I WATCH CHECK family of Macclenny, Rev new reopened management this weekend of Mr,'under-.Wil .I 10t( Oz. Pkg. Grade A Me\ d. '. '
'nd Mrs Lester Taggart anf"amily

I ON. THE WATCH MASTER fatten'Mrs. of Lonnie of Middleburg Folkston Harris, Ga., and and Rev Mrs hunks liamaon sonville.for'and Showers truck Mr. drivers Hall and of sleeping are Jack being I 2 FOR 35 1 LB.CTN. 61!: DOZEN 42c I,1

; added to it and later on .L
Julia Griffis visited with Lonnif! '
''iving quarters are to be added
Harris at the Lake City Veter ,Hi110HomeCANDIED
All Work Checked and Timed ')n.
by ins Hospital Sunday afternoon : Size Cuban .
Mr. and Mrs.' ,Bill 'Robersor Large Garden FreshAVOCADOES "
Mrs. Leon Harris and childrer '
and daughter and Miss 'Linda YAMS
World Famous Watch Master and Mrs. Oscar Harris were re
: Waters enjoyed a barbecue at
cent visitors of Mrs. Alice Nor
'he'home of Mr.. and' Mrs. W. 0 S TOMATOES E S
ton in Jacksonville.Mr. 14 Oz.
Roberson in Live Oak on July I I
and Mrs. Bud Waters anf
GEM JEWELRYPhone family of Jacksonville spent Sat 4th. Pkg.49c
Ball Game' In Lawtey

Waters urday and visiting family.Mrs. Doroth The Maxville' boys baseballteam 2F0R EACH 1ge CARTON 19.C
170 Starke, Fla. will go to Lawtey -this Sun-
There will be an associationa'TJnging
lay to play the Lawtey team ,
at the Highland Baptis Game time is 2:30 p. m. We are A&P mi. UnpeeledAPRICOTS I
Church on Sunday, July .14. Thr
out and
to come .
asking everyone
')mrlic is invited. California Santa RosaPLUMS A&P
;ee your local team play. They '
Rev. Batten of Folkston, Ga
need your support.

NOW OPEN: ,led it the the conference Maxville Sunday meeting morning Baptist was ChurchA worshir help to Mrs.We her Dorothy are bed sorry with Waters to an Is hear'attack'confined that of : S PORK & BEANS! I'';'

Wednesday night at the Maxville appendicitis. Folic49c I
I Baptist Church, at which time! 2

TO SERVE YOUR NEEDS 't messengers was decided to represent who would them be the at] LB. 23e 3 1 LB. CAN 3Sc !

the Associational meeting tr I
.. be held at the Black Pond Baptist -

FOR FAST, 17.Miss Church on Wednesday, Jul; TOMATO JUICE.E Golden Ripe A&P'I

COURTEOUS LOANS Evelyn Coleman is visit '
ing in Jacksonville this week i

.... with Mr. and Mrs. Ray ,Pellum POTATOES i'
; .. > Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning. 46 25
and Mrs. Donald Iklerson. .
UP TO $600 The new worksbop''of 'the St No. 3 Squat Can

o Marys clenny road Kraft has Corp.been on completedand the Mac Jane Parker Iced LB. 12c ,19!c

now they are starting on LFOR
a big equipment shelter, after
which they"will1 build 'four new ASK SPANISHBAR .
Stop by Our Modern Office .
houses for their employees. All\
of this is surely improving Max CHARLEY E. JOHNS &: Sat: ANN PAGE PURE FRUIT. :

AT 114 N. WALNUT ville. The office and headquarters about this question: : .
will be moved to this same STRAWBERRY.
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And Let'sGet location soon. "The finance company- insured my 1 .

AcquaintedLOCAL Jacksonville)Irs. Arthur spent,Wilkinson last Wednesday of- new car in, the deaL' Now. I find i ; CAKE : 0 ;':}': >. '!

I night with ,Mr. and Mrs. J that I paid -higher premium,' PRESERVES S E E S' i
C. Nolan and 'family and on th< to

4th they all joined Mr..arid Mrs hidden charges i and lack baring< ,
: Arch Smith and family, of Jack: 20.OLEACH 2ge .
sonville .at Strickland's Landing a local Insurance agent to really 12 .. 19c.

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FINANCE CO. t Mrs. Ralph Silas and .daughter fight for my claims. Can I insist ANN PAGE DELICIOUS I

i Sherry, joined, them.
Mra and Mrs.' Ernest Wellhaus that ,I trade my car only, "and PREPAREDSPAGHETTI -

and sons visited.Mr, and Mrs
Phone 580 and, 581. Leslie Chilson and family ir. not my local. agent, .-. ...',.

Starke on the 4th.

', MARGUERITE\ HALL, .Manager :Mrs her Mary son Wellhausen and daughter-la is visiting Charley E. Johns : ."' ..,-:2Fr 4-J! ,

law, Mr., and :Mrs. Ernest Well- ., Jr
"Folks Find Us .Friendly": hausen, for a week. On SundayMr. & Son Agency 3 15 I 3-4.0z. CANS 35cJJLJ Prices in this Ad effective through Sat., Jiily.13

and Mrs. Wellhausen,,.carried : 412 Call St. Starke, Fla.
Mrs. Mary: Wellhausen. andMs.% :: i
Phone 13 Starke Ph .
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sI i Ray Stones Entertain Judith Anne Ray, Big Catch Blaze Damages damages. The majority of these by lightning surges.In .
I. sIi losses occur in farm commun- order to protect this equip-
i With Buffet Supper Jeannie Crawford Fireman's HomeThe ities, reveals farm electrification ment, it Is recommended that

Weds In OrlandoMiss ..... t specialists A. M. Pettis in the the neutral conductor be bondedto
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone en- Starke Fire Dept. was June Issue ,of Florida Grower the cold water pipe near the

tertained at a delightful buffet Jeannie Mae, Crawford, f ft called out early Tuesday morning and Rancher.A tank. This may te done easily

supper Tuesday evening of last daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan ..t to extinguish a fire in the building tree or flagpole by using No. 6. bare soft copper
week the wedding ,rehearsal -
following r Crawford of Orlando and home of volunteer fireman. standing alone is most susceptible wire and' two clamps. This wire

GladyS Mooty of Miss Sandra Jean granddaughter of Mr.. and Mrs. The fire started in the bath- to lightning. Persons fishing Is also used to ground the metal

Phone 35 : Rowe and William 'Wiley Coley, Alack Howard of Starke, becamethe room of W. C. Rhoden when no swimming or otherwise masts of outside TV antennas.

.-_..... .,_ ... .'.'.L -,_._ __ L"'f _.I whose marriage was an event of;J bride of William Patrick Edwards one was at home Assistant ChiefW. caught outdoors in a sudden Cattlemen having wood or
Wednesday evening.Enjoying I C.Pickett 'said. I
U. S. Navy on July 12. I Pickett said thunderstorm are urged to seek concrete' fence posts should install -
Swimming Party, I Gayle Moore Weds the affair with the. The ceremony was performed at the fire apparently started whena protected shelter Immediately. copper rods or half-inch

Luncheon Planned William Torode III Stones at their home at 601. S. 4:30 p. m. in the Orlando homeof tJinmy- bundle of clothes next to a The average person is more galvanized pipe driven into the
Westmoreland the bride- heater evidently became too hot
were Mr., and Mrs. R. J.; Beasley likely to have electrical equip- ground at intervals of 150 feet
By Juniqr.'Women elect, the groom-elect, Rev. and and caught-fire. ment damaged from lightning .
I The wedding of Miss Peggy I II : with Rev. Carol Cromer Crawford andat corners. Pettis continues.The
Mrs. J. E. Sherwood Mrs. J. R. Pickett estimated damage at
daughter of Mr. pastor of the Primitive surges coming in over electric rods should be driven to a
The Junior Woman's Club will :I Gayle Moore I Bullington and daughter, Janelle, about $200.Fireman .
and Mrs. William Frederick Baptist Church, officiating.The 0 lines than to have buildings depth of eight feet, or as deepas
entertain with a swimming par Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coley, Mrs. :4t Rhoden was not on
ty 'and luncheon at the Camp Moore of Lawtey, to William 1 Ethel Mathis, Mr. and Mrs. Lester bride was given in mar- land to battle the blaze since he damaged by bolts of. lightning. necessary to reach perma-

Blanding Officers' Club Wednes- Edwin Torode III, son of Mr. and I Warren, Mrs. Thelma Dyal, .. riage by her grandfather, and is in Georgia attending National Probably the electric hot water nently moist earth. All the

day, July' 17. Swimming will began Mra William Edwin Torode' II of I Miss Janice Blume Harold Davis wore a waltz-length gown of Guard camp. His family was heater is the piece of home strands of the fence should be

; at 11 a. m. with lunch serv- Starke, was solemnized Friday, I and Mrs. Gertrude Hoff- slipper satin with a nylon net away from home at. the time. I
ed at 12:30.: July 5, at 7:30 o'clock in the meister. I overskirt Her veil was of the equipment damaged most often clamped to the ground rods

Mrs. Robert Paterson will serveas evening at the home of the same net. qL .
chairman,. assisted by Mrs. bride's brother-in-law and sis- Her only attendant was t- Gas Tax Refund I I

Randal Chitty, Mrs. Ronald Grif- ter. :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, L. First Baptist Circles Rhoda Bell Hurd of Longwood, r PROTECT
fis, Mrs. Al Harley and Mrs. Casey Jr. and Mr. Edwards' best man was For Forms Told your DRIVER'S licenseBUY

John Torode. The Rev. A. E. Massey offic- I Women's circles of the First :M. C. Howard, uncle of the .o
Reservations may be made by iated at the double ring cere- Baptist Church met this week as bride. Farmers can apply now for gas
calling Mrs. Paterson, ph. 2972; tax refund from both federal
mony in the presence of the immediate follows: A repection followed the wedding \-
Mrs. Chitty, ph. 403-J, or Mrs. and state governments on gasoline -
families. The Ethel Biggs Circle Mrs.J. and after a short wedding Rr t
Torode, ph. 36, no later than used in farm_ equipment, ,
W. Bitch leader, met Monday trip Mr. and Mrs. Edwards will LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE
Monday, July 15. Guests are County Agent ,G. T. Huggins
\ Social Activities evening at the home of Mrs. be at home at 3107 Lawrence St.
welcome provided reservationsare .. ? Johnson of Lawtey is said this week. i j.
Earl Searing. The meeting was
made. Held By YoungstersCindy pictured above with a handsome 'The farmers can get a total

called and Mrs.to Paul order Raymond by Mrs.led Ritch the Mrs. W. L. Thigpen Jr.I I string of 69 fish caught recently of 7 cents refunded Huggins said, No Membership Fee .. 6 Mo. Policies

James McClellandTell Sink celebrated her six- members in prayer. Mrs. George Honored With ShowerMrs. near Palatka. total of 120 fish 3 cents from the federal govern- Y
th birthday anniversary on Sat- were caught by the party which ment and 4: cents from the state.
in of the
Anderson charge pro-
EngagementMr. urday, June 29, with a party for led discussion the Seeber Goodman, was also included Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Very little red tape is involved .
gram, a on
20 of her little friends. I and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly .in getting the federal re-
and Mrs. O. E. Ray of customs and religion of the pea hostess at a lovely stork shower DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
Kathleen Thomas treated the afternoon at her Owens of Orlando. fund.. All the farmer has to dos
Jacksonville announce the engagement ple of Malaya. Taking part in Wednesday I
100 or more bus! children on the home. at 1002 'W. Butler Road estimate the number of gal- 136 W. Call
: of.,their daughter, i the discussion were Mrs. Ray-I Street Phone 285
Judith Anne, to James F. McClelland swimming. program_ to an ice I mond, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. honoring Mrs. W. L. Thigpen, Jr. Mrs. Mabel asseeTaken' Ions he has used, insert this on

cream cone at Herb's Drive-In. flowers in pastel an application card, sign it and ,. '
Summer -
"son of Mr. and Mrs.J. -- '
Jay: J. W. Ritch, Mrs. E. A. Hall -
on Tuesday: after swimming. ||I send it in. ;, : : ., -. ... 1
used to advantagein -
shades --
/ F. McClellandr-alK of Jack- Mrs. Mary Laffan and Mrs. Sear- were By Death
Mica: Frances Landrum was I I decorating the Goodman home To get the state refund the
sonville.t i,i ing. Mrs. Ritch presided over I
The wedding will be an event hostess at a Canasta party for i I the business session and reports and a beautiful arrangement of farmer must have the gasoline
I' eight friends on Wednesday centeredthe Mrs. Mabel Strong Sassee, 81, salesman fill out a slip .in a per-
of August 16 at 7 p. m. in the were given by the chairmen. The multi-colored gladioli $ ALLOWANCE
Murray ::... Hill PresbyterianChurch. afternoon. meeting closed \\ith.prayer by refreshment table. died at her home on N. Cherry mit book. The farmers can apply
i Michael who is three Street last Saturday morning for these permit books now, Hug-
All friends. of. the couple'are White Mrs. Haines. A social hour was Appropriate games were played -
invited. ...:"". L' I years old today (Friday) is cele- i enjoyed following the meeting.The during the afternoon and following a brief illnesw. Born in gins said.
awarded to the win- Chicago, Ill on August 26 1875. The applications blanks fdr the
The bridelect\ .Is the granddaughter : brating the occasion with a Lottie Moon Circle, Mrs. prizes were
ners. Many lovely and useful she was the daughter of the late refunds have been or- .,-. .
A'B.t.S. Edwards
-*'of small party at hiS home for a J. D. Doyle, leader, held a cov- honoree Henry and Victoria Weathers dered and will be in soon, Hug
S.t arke... gifts were presented to the ;
tt1 _. few friends. ered dish supper meeting :Mon- in a gayly decorated bassinet Strong. gins

Harry Rabb III, is eight years; I day night at the Kirigsley Lake Mrs. Sassee and her husband said.RELIGIOUS ,
WCTU Meeting '
old today (Friday) and his I home of Mrs. Cuttino. Mrs. Twenty guests were invited to were among the early settlerson

The July meeting of the Laura mother is giving him a party on '!Doyle presided over the business enjoy this delightful affair. Kingsley Lake, where they SERIES SLATEDWith
owned extensive lake front pro-
Union, WCTU, will be held the lawn for 17 of his friends. meeting. Mrs. A. R. Norman, '
SURVEY OFFICE MOVED perty. For the 34 _
past : years 0 '
this issue
at 3 p. m. Friday in the annex program chairman, gave an in- Mrs. Sassee had resided in The Telegraph
WSCS MeetingThe moved begins a series of religious mess- _
of the Fundamental Gospel teresting outline on the mission M. G. McMillan Starke. She was .a member of
r regular business" and his surveyor's office from ages sponsored by local business
Tabernacle., ,All members are program book: for this quarter, "Holy the Kingsley Lake Baptist and professional men. -i it
meeting of the Methodist its former location on S. CourtSt. .
urged to ..be 'present and'friends WSCS will be held Monday Spirit in Missions." Mrs. Cuttino to quarters upstairs over Church. The first of the series, which I]

of the temperance L,cause cordially afternoon July ljj>, at 3:30:: o'- and r Mrs. R Ronald 'Griffis were Winkler's Electric.Co. .on Temple Surviving are. one daughter, will be published once each

invited. clock .in the church sanctuary.. hostesses. Avenue. Miss Bertha Louise Sassee. of month is captioned "Court or
Starke, and. a half brother, Robert Church-Which?" and points out

Strong: of Tampa. the' advantages of religious

....., ...... Funeral services were .held at guidance in preventing juvenile I II

the graveside in! ,Kingsley Lake delinquency.Each .

Cemetery Monday morning at of this series win carrya
10 o'clock with Rev. Calvin message of importance to pa- t i

UokQcCoI ) TULbt Johns. officiating Interment: was rents, as well gas young people, --- I ; ; I
in the family plot in the church and our readers are, urged to ==r=r= 1 'h'1'

cemetery with, DeWitt C. Jones watch for them..each month ii
< Funeral Home in charge of ar r

,.' rangements. Guest MinisterRev. I i'I. /

,, '. '. by Keystone CAP Holds George Merrin pastor of

-. .- Smith-C or uar. ,: Outing At Melrose. Robinson Church, Alexander Memorial :Presbyterian City, Ala. T

-;. p. will be' guest minister at the
........ More than 100 persons from First
<**- __1i""" ; Presbyterian Church for
*. >'.*' .i" 't this area attended .the' annual \
i the next two

......'..-.. ..... outing''a Heights barbecue Squadron of the Keystone Civil- services, July Sunday 14 and July morning 21. 21 INCH CONSOLEModel

The pastor, Rev. W. S. McAlileyis
Air Patrol at Ashland, the lake
on vacation. 21D7445U
home 'of Cot.and Mrs. Harold

.. bxr 9 .ty ..Py Ashley, near Melrose, last Sat Union ServiceThe ALL CHANNELS
"' ""'IIIi M urday afternoon.
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:::' : CAP cadets' served on the reception -

-:1: '\. .. committee, and a pro- evening union worship REGULAR- $389.95
'.. ;. service
.e sponsored by the Christ-
'-.. .. '. gram of swimming, boating, ski-
ifII ian, Presbyterian and Methodist
ing, fireworks and other sports
ufo churches will be held at the
.P.;. were enjoyed during the after-
Methodist Church
Sunday, July
noon. A delicious barbecue
...' 14. The Rev. J. E. Sherwood will
s per was, served on the patio of
-. y AMF
o deliver the The service
v sermon. TV ServiceAll
'< > rC the Ashley home early in the

.... ..... 9 y v A 'y A ; evening. begins at 8 p. m.Resignation .

> ,. .,. : Dave Woodard SubmittedJ.
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Dies In GainesvilleDave K. Douglas of Brooker has Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
offered his resignation from the
J Bradford County Hospital Board Fully Equipped -- DependableAll
William Woodard, 74, a because of ill health. 'Board
I ., .\ .< Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
retired carpenter and residentof Chairman Charles Hardy said

> ; Gainesville, died Monday this week.
r. .: ; night at his home after an ex Hardy said that Douglas has
,J' tended illness. He was. .born Nov. agreed to serve: until a successoris

4,1.,'...;. .- .. 28, 1882 in Bradford County, the appointed by the governor.

,. ...0; son of Mr. and :Mrs. William INMAN D. GREEN,'Owner
: Now you can enjoy Effortless f Typing Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Each year, lightning kills TV Radio .- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone

Belle E. Woodard of Gainesville; more than 600 people in the 239 Starke,.-Fla.

With i beautiful, "print-perfect" letters every y time three daughters, Mrs. Marjorie United States and causes more .. '

"V Cassidy Gainesville; Mrs. T. A. than $100 million In property .- : _. --- P' .
: ''everbefore has it been so easy and so much fun to type.,With. the new Smith- Moody, OcaIa; and Mrs. D. J. .1 i

1.-T Y."l '.. .:" .; .Corona Electric Portable a gentle touch of the keys and electricity takes the work Richey Gainesville; and four
u 4,.,,' I ; off your hands. quickly, quietly and effortlessly. You finish typing feeling as sons! and Russell Woodard, bothof

"' .....fId.-. fresh and relaxed as when you began. And no matter how you strike the keys, Gainesville Floyd Woodard, IS MONEY IMPORTANT TO YOU?

I every character prints with the same sharp uniform impression. Just think of the San Woodard Diego, Micanopy., Calif,, and William

: new pride you will take in your personal correspondence! You owe it'to yourself Funeral services were held at

to see and try the revolutionary new Smith-Corona Electric Portable today, 3 Saturday in the DeWittC.
'I t., \ II p. Out-of-town accounts C 0 R fe E' N T
Jones Chapel, Gainesville, -
with Rev. Paul Hartsfield of welcomed & appreciated .

I Jacksonville officiating. Burial Accounts Easily RATE

:: .hL4tthr was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Corporate Funds Opened By Mail

-7 s a p Rotarians Hear ** Labor Pension Union'Funds e WriteUs ACCOUNTS for Details II 12/0:

the Smith-Corona Electric BoysStaters ,.Legal Trust
.. Even with the many new features on .'"
... opened on or before
: ::. ''e Portable typewriter, it's amazingly compact and easy to cany. And or Guardian
or 4 A discussion of the"recent the 10th 4 .0-
... : it with its luxurious"Holds *
I comes own Y carrying case. session of Boys, State in Tallahassee Individual .

........- was given Wednesday at Account EARN FROM THE Per Annum
the Rotary Club by Lonzo Kirk-
1st 3$
land and Mike Goldwtre who Credit, Union Payable Semi-Annually

this represented'annual Bradford event this County'year. at Church, School, 0

0 fffBradford The boys, who also spoke at I UniversityALL GUARANTY '

: the, American Legion meetingTuesday I
night gave an interest- !
County Telegraph
ing discussion of the operation

oL Boys :State and the part they FEDERAL

played_ in the program. They C ,1

Phone 29. Starke Fla both expressed thanks to theRotary I INSURED UP TO SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. s
Club and the '
American '
Legion Post 56 who shared thmexpenS I I : $10,000 114 South Main St.I' .

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fj FlU AY, JULY 12, 1957 --- ; BRADFORD COUNT? .TBCEQRAPH, BTABKE.nJOKED& ': 1 t : ---; -, -1-. PAGE FIVE

_-.______ Mr. and Mrs. Win. Graudonand Mr.: and Mrs. J. H. Williamsand REPORT 0$' CONDITION OP THE Starke Florida.' said Compaint will be taken as graph. :,:..-_ _
children, Kent and Mark, arrived of Mart- "FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE' July 12, 19, 26, Aug. 2, 9, UFo confessed by you. Dated this 3 day: of July, 1957"
daughter Cindy, OP STARKE IN THE STATE OP' This notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
1 last week from Newport. anna and Mr and Mrs. Cecil FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OP once each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Circuit Court

N. Y., and will reside in the home Sewell and daughters ofm' Jack- BUSINESS. OX JTXE 6, 1957.AMCtl !.Florida Circuit IB Court.caaa.'n Bradford Ca.at, weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph. By Marian I* Crosby. Deputy f/12 4t Clerk 8/2

they purchased' some time ago on sonville spent last week with Cash, balances with other Kathryn P. Tompkins, Plaintiff, vs. Dated this 10 day of July 1957 -
N, Defendant.
U. S. 201 South. George Graudon banks. Including reserve Jimmy Tompkins (OFFICIAL. SEAL) IB The Clrralt Court of Eighth
Rep. and Mrs: Doyle Conner .at: balances and cash Itemsin Case No. 10-2263 Charles Judicial Circuit 41' Florida IB and
formerly of Newport, will process of collection 372,409.29 )rder ef Pabtlcatioa sad Notice to I A. Daroy, Itradford Coall.f.la .- tFor
4 the
Dowling cottage on Kingsley Clerk of the Circuit Court
State of Florida Tot
make his home in United States Government Appears
mc tiwsS Starke also, Lake. obligations direct and Jimmy N. Tompkins whose resi- By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk Cbaacery.
No. 10-2163
.and they will be associated with 7/12 4t 8/2 < ,
guaranteed 2,294,519.13Obligations dence is Charlotte, N. C. and whose DEFEND'Samuel
Mr. and Mrs. T.: B.' Harding, NOTICE TO ,
address Is: Rt. 1. Box 816. Charlotte -
I I.their brother, Fred Graudon, in of States and J. Ferrara Plantiff. vs.
-.- Sr., visited S-Sgt. and Mrs. Handing political subdivisions 239543.02 N. C. NOTICE TO APPEAR Defendant.
-- Shaver
i the Red Seal Electric Co. Barbara
Loans and discount.. HnI You are required to appear on IB Circuit Cavrt. Bradford County. g
Debra 1
Jr. and Shaver Ferrara
daughter, To Barbara
Vi fi I Jean I Mrs. Lois Diddell, Mrs. Ger- I eluding '3434.81' over- August 12, 1957 in the above Floridat !. fhaarerr.. Chestnut: Street, Amsterdan, New
in Valdosta, on Sunday. drafts 1,144.414.73. named Court and cause. wherein Thomas G. Skinner, Jr., Plaintiff, *
f enship and trude Garland, Mrs. Lottie Wal- .Bill and Betsy Covington of .Bank premses owned $6.- plaintiff seeks divorce care cus- vs. Pauline Faye Skinner, Defend- York.You. Barbara Shaver Ferrara. are *
] Harley are at lace, and Mrs. Jennie Thorn- Jacksonville weekend I I 206,07. furniture. and tody and control of minor child. ant. Case No. 10-226: hereby notified that a Complaintfor
were guestsof fixtures, 20,673.32 Bradford County Telegraph snail .Notice To Appear
14,467.25 -
ida Christian, all of Jacksonville Divorce has been filed against
quest, were Tommy Andrews.Mr. 'Other,assets 17430.73 publish this Order In next four To: Pauline Faye Skinner, whose husband, Samuel J.: '
at Silver guests on the Fourth of Mr. and weekly Issues. residence and address ia: 9001 Tea- you by your
hereby re-
and Mrs. Willard Pass and and are
Witness my hand and official Ferrara you
TOTAL ASSETS 4089020.22 dose Street, Yaleta, Texas.
Geraldine Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Mrs. Thorn- Florida this qured to serve a copy of your an-
,family of Tallahassee spent the seal at Starke, July You are IIttreb notified that a and .-
and Mary quest remained for a longer visit. Liabilities 10, 1957..UFlo'CIAL'. suit for divorce swer on Plaintiff's attorney,
weekend with Mr. and :Mrs.. L. D. 'file the original answer or other 1
Demand deposit of Individuals ) has been filed
against the
attend the : Mr. and Mrs.'Bob Taylor have Green and Mr. and Mrs. Inman partnerships, Charles A. Darby. above named Court! and you cause and pleading in the office. of the Clerk'
Tampa next had as guests Mr. andMrs. H. B. Green. and corporations 1,567,146.33 Clerk of the Circuit Court YOU are required to serve a copy of of the Circuit Court, on or before
Time Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Aug.' 5, 1957; if you fail to do so,
deposits of Individuals By
your answer or pleading to the
( ;Mr. and I Douglas of Valdosta from Thurs- Nancy Kincaid of Salisbury, partnerships and Chas. K. Hells Z04-U5>> Guaranty Ut en the Plaintiff's Atternev complaint judgment by default will be taken

Pompano & day to Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. N. C., spent the past. two weeks corporations 1180387.28 Building. Jacksonville, FlaAtt'a. William D. Morgan. 507 Clark against you for the relief demanded -
Deposits of United States Pit. 4t 8(2( in the Bill of Complaint.Done
for 7/12 B-uilding, Jacksonville 2, Fla.
guests of Mr. Moody Taylor of Jacksonville on with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink. Government ftacludlnrpostal and file the'orlglnlAt in the office of and ordered this 28 day of

Thomas in the Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Owens have savings) 18,590.48Deposlts'ot NOTICE TO APPEAR the Clerk of the Circuit Court on June, 1957. at Starke, Florida.

Mrs. George A. Taylor of Homerville, Ga. all moved from 1404 Pratt St. to States and po- IB Circuit Court. Bradford. County, or 1%before day of the August 1957; (OFFICIAL Clarles A. SEAL Darby), Clerk of Circuit

dren ,of this week. 433 Adam St. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. litical"subdivision 815,367.73 Florida In Cfcnnrery.Ruth otherwise the allegations of said Court.
Plaintiff, G. W.
Other deposits certifiedand Barrett vs. L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
the weekend John Torode attended the Shell Adkins are occupying the houseon officers' ( checks, Barrett, Jr., Defendant. Complaint edbyyou.will be taken AS'confess By Lewis Marian D. Haines. II. Attorney for

Mr. and Mrs. Oil Co. jobbers meeting in Jacksonville Pratt St. etc.) 9,305.14 Case No. 10-2261 This notice shall be published Plaintiff, 1431 N. E. 26th Street,

PH-2 Jerry i .on Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crews of TOTAL liabilities DEPOSITS 3,590,796.96Other 66,987.42 Notice To: G.Te W.Appear Barrett. Jr., whose resident once weeks each week for tour consecutive 1 Fort Lauderdale. Florida.1S U 7/U

been home on H. P. Moye of Orlando Moorehaven and Mrs. J. D.' Hooksof and address is:, 2609 Hanover la the Bradford County Tele

and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. TOTAL LIABILITIES Avenue, Richmond, Virginia.You .
Tra- Fort -
Monday for Myers were recent guestsof (not Including subordinated are hereby notified that a < :
carrier duty. wick, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Tra- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews. obligations suit for divorce and restorationof ="'.

Mrs. Conte wick, Jr., of Macon, Ga., were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rahn and shown below 3657784.38 maiden name li the
has been filed against yen
spent the wee Wednesday visitors of Mr. and family of Jacksonville are rent- above named Court and cause and .
er, Mrs. M. : Mrs. G. S. Newcomb.- ing the Demorest cottage on Capital Capital 150,000.00 and you are required to serve a

Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Grace Caruso and son, .Park Place. Mr. Rahn is a representative Surplus 150,000.00 the copy complaint of your answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to JULY'Whfte

Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Undivided profits 3,990.65ReserveI' T. Frank Landrum, P. O.
sacola was Jack of Gulf Life Insurance (and retirement Attorney
Mr. and Mrs. Caruso of Erie, ,Pa-, were Sun- I Co. account for preferred Pox 546, Starke, Florida,office of
file the
and the original in
the long day and Monday guests of Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crosby and capital 93,245.19TOTAL the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

Mrs. W. H. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. ,family of Fernandina were visiting CAPITAL AC- before the 12 day of Aug. 1957;

former June Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clewis and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy on' COUNTS 431235.84 otherwise Complaint will the be allegations taken.as confessed of said-

Hal, have I daughter of Columbus, Ga., were 1 Sunday.Mr.' TOTAL LIABILITIES by you. They Special!

call for July to overnight guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. H. I> Crews have COUNTS AND CAPITAL AC- 4089020.22 each This week notice for shall four be published consecutive once

Heidelberg, and Mrs. Hogan Smith and fam moved to 710 E. Adkins St +This bank's capital con. weeks in the Bradford Cov Uy Tele Last

Lt. Edwards ily. Mrs. O. W. Barry of Brooker .slats of: graph. -
Dated this 9 day of July, 1957.
Common stock with total
Mr. and }.[r. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and spent several days this week with par value of S150.000.00 (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,

and children J. family and Mr. and Mrs. H. T. her daughter Mrs. J. E. Hardy Clerk of the Circuit Court.

in Melbourne Smith of Lyons, Ga., spent the !and family. Memoranda By Marina L. Crosby, Deputy 7/12 4t Clerk 8/2

to Sunday. weekend at Salt Springs. Mrs. Mae Jones and grandson, Assets pledged or assigned PLATFORM

Sonny, .. Mrs. H. E. Bradley and chfr Mike, of Jacksonville visited Dr. to secure liabilities IB Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APfOr.AR: Conmty.
and for other pbrposes 1,134,922.55L
day for M. dren were in Leesburg on businessand and Mrs. W. E. Middleton on Florida IB Chamttry.

attend the Air visiting friends on Wed les- Tuesday.Mr. C. E. Hernwall Cashier of the Doris E. McAvoy, Plaintiff, vs. Roy-\
bank. don Rockefellow McAvoy, Defend-
above named do solemnly
school for six day.Mrs. and Mrs. James Lewis and swear that the above statement Is ant. Case No. 10-2264 : _
Mr. and -. J. H. Griggs of Cornelia, family vacationed at Daytona true and that It fully and correctly Aotlce To Appear
: Ga. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr. represents the true state of the To: Roydon Rockefellow McAvoy, ROCKERS$
of Beach'last
daughters week. several matters herein containedand whose residence and address Is:
spending I lof Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Mi- and Mrs. J. G. Simpsonof set forth, to the best of my HMC U. S. N. Enlisted Training j'j:_
to and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. knowledge end belief. Division U. S. Naval Hospital, '
with Mr. and | on : Wilmington, Dela., were Tuesday Correst-Attest: C. E. HernwalLS. Portsmouth, Virginia.You .

ion and ;Wednesday. overnight guests'of CoL and L. PEEK. JR are hereby notifUd tbac a suit,I
Billy D. 1 i G. W. White of Weewahitchka Irs. T. T. Long. HAROLD C. WALL for divorce. custody and supportof Reg. $25.95 Wfl
ERNEST J. SNEAD, minor child and disposition of
and Mrs. R. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roane of Directors. property,
was named -I Mrs. Ben Rowland. Jacksonville and Barry Evans of State of Florida, has been filed against you In the
County of Bradford. ss: named Court and and
for the spring I Mrs. Leslie Biggs, and familyof Coral Gables were Sunday aft- Sworn to and subscribed before me you are required to serve a copy of _

University of Decatur, Ga., are spending ernoon visitors of Mrs. J. L. this! ,2nd .day of July, 1957, and :. your answer or pleading to the I -.-

must have several days with Mr. and Mrs. Wilkes and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I officer hereby or certify, director that of I thIs am bank.not an complaint Attorney on Gerald the Plaintiff's R. Hart, 301

,,better to be Vernon Silcox. Barry also came here Thursdayto My commission expires February Smith Building, Jacksonville 2, How
Mrs. J. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith spent spend several days with her 12, 1960. Florida e'
and file the original in tne office of
home last Sunday to Tuesday at Lake grandmother Mrs. Wilkes. (SEAL) Helen E. Glasgow, Notary the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

weeks visit in Mitchell with Mr. and Mrs. Hamil- Mrs. J. H. Dupre and daughter Pu blic.I or before the 12 day of August,
Bonded by the Uass. Bonding and
1957 otherwise the allegation 01
relatives. ton Ritch. ; Nancy, were visiting rela-I Insurance Co. ; 9S

Mrs. Irene Mr. and Mrs. N.' B. Rosier and iv es in Palatka on Monday.Mr. '
CartOon"Y ----
was visiting family will spend the weekend and Mrs. I. E. Forth of t .. 14

bert Thomas with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Tippinsin Charleston, W. Va., are spending CALL FOR BIDS

Mr. and of Jacksonville. Their daughters, several weeks with their daughter The Board of ,County CommissIoners GAY'SHome

Hialeah will Linda and Pattie who have been Mrs. Charles Bias and ,fam- of Bradford County, FlorIda -
will receive bids at 10:00
to'' get their spending the week there with ly. They all went to the Stephen o'clock A M., Monday, August 5. AppliancesYour

Dianne, who : their cousins, will return home Foster Memorial on Sunday; 957,' for the City of Starke under

three weeks with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour? for heir the' Mosquito following Control.piece of Program equip-, Friendly 123 .EAST CALL STREET ..

mother, Mrs. Sissy Thornton-fof Jacksonville and sons returned last Friday ment: PHONE 80

i spent 'the' weekend'with her sister from a' two 'weeka' trip to Nia' ,Harvester:',One (1) new Model I International TD-9-424 Norge 'Dealer

f Mrs. Walter *' Alvarez, and I gara Falls, Canada, and other Diesel Crawler Tractor complete -: ::.:. -: .
I with electric starter and
points of
interest in the Northeast equipped with one (1) Inter-
Mrs. Bobby Alvarez underwentan They also attended the natlonal-Drott Model 9K3 four-
.DA- eye operation last Friday andis in-one Skidd Shovel attach- 6 MAYTAG WASHERS
wedding of a nephew in Berlin! ment with 1 1-2 Cu.: Yd. Bucket -
getting along nicely.
N.H. and Drott Hydro-Spring, or S COLEMAN HEATERS and
Mrs. F. L. Pellum and son, equaL

of Fritz, spent the long weekend Miss Lillian1'Stump is spending (,SEAL' ) FLOOR FURNACESWe
1 Charles C Darby, .
1 this week with Mr. and #
with Mr. Pellum in Orlando and i Clerk Circuit Court,
SUN. all went deep-sea fishing at Cocoa Dick Fowler and Mrs. Ruby Col- Bradford County, Florida Service All Makes\ "

July, on the Fourth. lins at Rockledge.Mra. July i 12, 19,1957. Of Appliances Fri. & Sat., July 12-13 .. -- '

Little Rebecca McMillan is John W. Griffin of Och- f KBREAKINTHI

confined with the measles.Mr. locknee, Ga. is visiting 'her parents Notice Is hereby NOTICE given that the Phone 10 Double Feature '

and Mrs. J. W. Deaver Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump County Assessor of Taxes for Starke Florida ;::::::::1 emeu
Bradford County, Florida, will
f Men C., and baby daughter of Miami are this week. Mr. Griffin and' Mr. meet with the Board of County 9J -

: with I spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. William H. Thomsonand Commissioners of said County in AND
the office of the Clerk of Circuit
I -'and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy at family of Monticello, will join Court at Starke, Florida at 10:00

Kingsley Lake. the Stump family this weekend.Mrs. o'clock A. M. August 5, A. D. J. '1 _
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1957 for the purpose of hearing \
L. Overturff, Mildred Cuttino ana complaints and receiving testimony / .' r.t -'

Jungle Sr., of Tampa were weekend visitors daughter, Melody, left Thursdayfor ajs to the value of any property, ITIAFACTIS .t 1

with ., of Mr. and Mrs. Overturff, West Palm Beach for aweek's real as personal fixed by, or intangible the said personal County- .omebodywbo SCAn t.lucoplct

Jr. visit with friends Assessor of Taxes on his As- ::4
rIVth1 :
: Plus ac Mr. and Mrs. William H. Spiv- Beard of sessment Rolls for the year 1957and -51 MA6AhI ;
for the of perfect-

\Ved.. ,. I ty have on Brownlee rented the Street.Brannen cottage Sanford spent several days last assessments.ing, receiving purpose and equalizing such y' pOSE1 ;

week with their grandparents, 1 The County Assessor Taxes and I
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Willis
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard at !the Board of County Commissioner I NOT GOOD \, .-1- : 54 ,
., and daughters of Sequachie, may continue in session from TODBIHKANSWER :7t a

Mr. Tenn., spent 'Wednesday to Sat- Kingsley Lake. day to day for one week or as \l\. -4i"J >% ___ __
Mr., and Mrs. H. E. Bradleyand long as necessary.
urday with Mr. and Mrs. V. 0- All persons owning property %
with Bridges.Mr. family and 'Mr. and Mrs. subject to assessment in Bradford f :(t ; ttK /

Smith and family and County, Florida, are notified to
and Mrs. John Torode and appear at such meeting or meet- :
family spent the long Fourth Sue Hurst attended the Liberty ings, to make such complaints or !
Nat'l Life Insurance annual picnic give testimony as to the value of
with Mrs. Pauline Torodeat any property, real or personal as 1
1 Kingsley Lake. at Glen Springs in Gaines- ,. fixed by the County Assessor of
with Saturday. Taxes, upon' his' Assessment rollsas ,
I ville on
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McKnight they may desire. .
t Plus and son spent Saturday at Vi- :Mr. and Mrs. J. S Hayward of Given by order of the Board of ". '
County Commissioners of Brad-
her Springfield, Ohio are spendingthis
lano Beach. ford County Florida July 1, A. D.
L Fri., Sat., the Rev. and Mrs. Cfarence Dibbleof week with Mr. and Mrs. 1957. ; Scandal

Elden Mathews. Cookie Mathewsis ,(SEAL) ( NEXT WEEK )
Penney Farms were Sunday Charles A. Darby, Clerk.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. returning to Springfield with July 12, 19, 1957. FREE r Ae.M.R.nooucnoM "1
t the Haywards for several
Quigley.Mr. r' KUtitK I nU I I'
They visit. CALL FOR BIDS Five Gallons of Gas will pATRiciAWRlGHl?
with ST.UKEFLORIDA be given away' each week.

,, family day to Wednesday of Atlanta with spent Mr.Satur-Clar- Alderman Family the Sealed Board bids of will Public be received Instructionof by Come: in and sign up now Plus "MEET BOSTON QUACKIE", CARTOON

Bradford Florida, at
dy's sister Mrs. Sarah Hunter Reunion SlatedThe the office of the Superintendentof for FREE GAS. Winner'sname and CHAPTER NO. 8 "CONGO BILL"

The and family.R. Public Instruction In Starke, will appear each
in Florida, up to 10 o'clock A. M-,
with : : F. Prather of Jennings, La. Sixth annual reunion of E.S.T., Friday, August 2, 1957, at week in the paper starting

;,- In will arrive ''Saturday to join his the Southern Branch of the which will time be and publicly place all opened bids and received I next week. When your SUN., MONM TUBS., WED., THUR., FRL,

Plus Serial : family, Mrs. Prather and daughter Alderman family will be held at read aloud for furnishing all materials name appears, bring in the July 14, 15, 16 July 17, 18, 19Big

Sandra,. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Gold Head Branch State Park and labor: Double Feature
Friday Soft tile floor and base: rewiring ad and get your FREE
D. Doyle for two weeks. Mrs. near Keystone Heights* on Sunday and relighting; manu-
till Wednesday guests of GAS. You must siga ....PrmaII ;?J J
facturing and installing cabi- up :
Prather and Sandra r
J1:1 1 Fred Carlton. ing this week with Mr.are and spend Mrs. ? July scheduled during the nets Home; plumbing Economics and heating Department: each week to be eligible.Don't THE "x"Eo ;.}m' : ]

W. T. Gill at Camp Blanding. family get-together include Bradford High School Starke. :
Florida. lub t
1 just have your car :t id
Danny 'and David Cowen went athletic contests for children, a Plans and specificatiofis ,will be LONELY t.
I YOUR available in tbe Superintendent'soffice. ricated. Let us give your car .a f:, ..'
the weekend ,with their uncle musical program by ."li7 ....

and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lily Band, a short talk by W. The Bradford County Board 'of superior lubrication. We inspectas MAN ,, :
A. Parker of Raleigh, N. C. on Public Instruction we service. / '
in Jacksonville.Mr. '
JOB Douglas, Bradford County, Florida I
BUILDING the progress of the Alderman July 12. 19, 6, 1957.Ii riding alone ; :r/
and Mrs. L. A. Davis left
is not
The Fourth of a
history he is writing,' and the July toward a date i l' 1
for Atlanta for few
Wednesday a annual business session and election The Circuit Conrt.' Eighth national holiday. Strictly speaking with fate in \ .
and then to the : Judicial Clrmt of Fiord I. and i i
days on George
\ For __ Vanderbilt Hotel in Asheville of officers.T. F.r Bradford Const?. Im CfcMeery. there are no national leg- stank town I IM L:tn ,: AND'3A
No. 1GBARBARA-:: :. --- '
J. Alderman of Hamptonand
N. C. until Sept 1. GEBHARD ) al holidays in the United A
Free L. A. Canova of Starke are Plaintiff. ) *
Spending the Fourth of July in charge of arrangements for TS ) States. The Federal Go'emmeat PALE : ,, r s'

: Estimates with the Billy Dowling familyon the reunion. All friends and rela- BARD ETRON, EDWARD_ GEB- )) has no constitutional *wnar ',. '1 1PERKINS Jy

Kingsley, Lake were Mr. and lives of the Alderman'clan are NOTICE Defendant. _) power to prescribe legal holidays I' w..JNmE v
'mJ k' : I
Mrs. Bob Lee and family of
in the various states.
,invited to the covered dish picnic EDWARD GEBHARD. _
Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. be- 2215 Bridge Ave., Cleveland Ohio. [ BmD 200m i MWDillOK 1FI( & ____
luncheon and which
493-J Currie and daughter of Lake gins at 10 a. program m. suit, You,for are divorce hereby,ha notified. been that filed a WINNER, 5 GAL. GAS -- EUl.'iE' AJm( 1IJ/d/ II rfl'l I

City, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowl- against you in the.above entitled HENRY CARTER Iffi,facU If faj lM.KB* jBt _
J ,
cause; and you' _
are herebY'reql1lr-
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS ing. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long =.I kit I l ,
Health OfficerDr. ed to file your answer with the 1rIJ ',. .. ..,..'
-. and family, Mm Marion McConnell Clerk. of this Court, -and to server aiIULCDfl'- '

and Mrs. Nita Dyal of copy. thereof upon Plaintiffs Attorney T Man SAC* *
Samuel V. Holch, 409-A ILLEY'fSINCLAIR
C. W. Long of the State
I Starke. Main ,Street, Daytona. Beach Flor. BNCHDL.PEXKIRCARTOON
i Board of Health will be on duly Ida not later ,than ,',ljth day of Plus "TABASCO ROAD,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, Clark vat Bradford County Health Clinic luly' I!. 19, 26; 'An*. 2, 1957. STATION
: J. %W. THOMAS Construction Ida.. not
i later tan 12th da JTOf
and of Jacksonvillewere
clinic '
I on days until the return August. 1957. Qi\l\ TE.MPl.tAye Plus CARTOON

Sunday guests of ){r. and I lof Dr. A. Y.. Covington from"N '.-I I(CQURT SEAL) .-- -
.- Charles A. -
I Mrs. L E. dark. Jtional Guard camp. I Clerk Darby *i"t -, ,"
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FRIDAY. ,_ JULY_ 12, 1957 -- ..._..,
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a S"1YJ1 !_ !!m!t ton early last 'week after 'drivingacross from the Navy while their ship 1 .You are hereby notified that a :!-t1- >f July laJ,.
C. L. Overturf Jr, Minister loa fur; divorce, custody, control once ea. o *>..... tui vur ceosevu'tfvefompiami
10a. the country from Cali is"docked at San'Difgo Caltf: 1 find; support of'minor children 11I.r1\1 r 'he "n."U.I". o., ..4
'Sunday -- Sunday School, fornia. They expect to visit herewith jLeon Moorer. of the Merchant IMS ueen riled against you in th. Mill be taken *. cour.td .*.-
m., morning service, 11 a. m., HAMPTON .above named Court and cause and by you. .? i A
service 6:30 p. Mrs. Alen's"parents, Mr. Marine ,is spending: .this month, iou are reontrm \u bergs a copy of This notice shall be paLJtsned
evening : m. and Mrs Dan Johnson, for several !n Hampton with his grand-I" Starke Florida Week In trn BRADFORD ..COUNT,
CHURCHES Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. Bj.MM.. .D. E. tffll : your iibwei ..i pleading1 tn the .p-.rORAPR'
.. weeks. They went to Or- parents Mr. and Mrs Horace I complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Dated this 18 day of June 1)37.
m. ; T. Frank Landrum. P. O. Box SIC. (OFFICIAL. <5KAL.J Charle A. Darby
.& &&i&&&&&&&&& lando last weekend with the
Radio Program. Station May.Mr. and file the original in the"office Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy
WRGR James Broome family to visit and Mrs. Gene Cumby, Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor Harlaa L. Crosby Deputy CUrk
8:30 9
Sunday a. m., Receives '
,. City Council, before the 6/11 4t flSALVAREZ'
Subject for the month "The $542 From Electric Co. with them for a week. Mrs. Enzie Morrow, and Mrs.

At The Tabernacle'Weekend Methodist Church Bible." The Hampton City Council received -, Visitors from Sunday to Wednesday -' Gray and: two children of Plant 1111. .- t

at the home of Mr. and .visited Friday in. Hampton
I City bleu Clothing
the first, annual dividend
services, at the Sunday July 14 --Sunday NORTH SIDE from Florida .Power ,and Light, Mrs. Frank Walford in Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads- I STORE Established 1891That's r
School for all ages 9:45: a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH were Mr. and Mrs. Delmar worth.
Gospel Tabernacle began with a Co., of $$42, under the new
Fellowship meetfng last Friday Morning Worship and Communion Sunday School 10a. 'm. Morn- franchise granted last year to Francisco, and Mr. and Mrs
11 a. m. Recreation Time Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Carl umen and son Gary' '. "
night In which Mr. and Mrs. the company, It was announced,
for MYF, 6:15; Dine-A-Mite for Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship Burns* 'all of Charleston, %V, :Va
Corbin Carnell of Gainesville at the July meeting .of the Coun- frY
MYF, 6:15: ; Meeting of MYF ; 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Mr and Mrs. Walford and NORTH SIDEBy Our Business
I showed slide pictures of the college cil at Hampton city hall last
7:15. Union Service in this Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone daughter left Saturday for. a
and mansion in Bethany, welcome.] E. C. Harvey week., U It's Glass We Have IU I
church, 8 m. Rev. J. E. Sher- pastor week's trip to Covington, Va. '
1 West Virginia. The Carnells In accordance with the exclu- ,Mrs. Carl Brown CALL WRITE or VISIT
wood of the Christian Church Fourth of July visitors at the
have taught and lived there HAMPTON sive franchise contract okayed '
will bring the message. home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L &&&&&&&&&&&& & &&uA.AA.
e since completing! their college CHRISTIAN qiUKCH ;Jo. .April 1956 by Hampton City Joe Peters Glass Co.
Melton near Hampton were Mrs
work: at Wheaton College, 111. Wednesday, Prayer Meetingand Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. Council, the Florida Power and Vacation. Bible School began

The chapel annex was decorated Bible Study, 7:30 p. m., m. Bible Study, Wednesday,' Light Co. pays the city a six Ruby Bias her son I and daugh- Monday, July 8th, and will continue -
the second of ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Law- 20. A bus FOR ANY GLASS NEED
with and flowers and studying chapter 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- per cent return pn all revenues through July |
flags featured. I Corinthians. Chancel Choir rehearsal ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship. less taxes each year. This pay- rence Bias, of Jacksonville and will 'run each day to provide'' '' We Desijm i Modern Store Fronts

patriotic songs were anda 7:30.: p. m. 7:30: p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. ment :was the first under the Mrs. Lily Bias of Tallahassee. transportation for the children. : Just Mail Us A Pattern for
were-.served, Carolyn Melton of Orange School begins at 9 and closes at Table Tops
Station WRGR carries the new franchise.
social hour enjoyed at the FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Heights is staying with the, 12 noOn.- There is a class for ,
worship service every Sunday Council members discussed 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353Madison
close of the program. Corner Call & Christian StreetsJ. Meltons this week'and next to adults from 10 to 11 o'clock,;
morning from 11:30: till 12 noon. using the money to repair sidewalks '
Sunday morning a spiritual ; E. Sherwood, Pastor attend Vacation Bible School at. studying "The'Trail ,of Blood."I'

message on' communion'was Lutheran Services Sunday School-10 a. m. in town, and Further to build ad- Hampton Baptist' Church.. Everyone. is invite to attend.
ditional sidewalks. actIon -
brought by Rev. Clarence Dibble Lord's Supper-11:15 a. m. Visiting Jast week with Mr. Lorraine Adkihs and Kitty

of Penney Farms, while the 122. E. Washington St. Preaching services-11:20, a. m. will be taken by the street and Mrs. R. H. Parker" were Mr. Kitchens of-bacon, Ga., were vis-
in I and 7 committee on the sidewalk problem and Mrs. 'of iting the E. S. Adkins family last Street ChurchPresently
evening service .was chargeof Regular services will be held p. m. as well as the problem of Laland Simmons Sunday. Baptist
the sponsor.Presbyterian. at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our Junior Choir practice p. m. Oneonta, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. I
leaning sewers and drainage Betty Faye Norman and Linda
new location, 122 E. Washington Wednesday. Parker, Mr. and, 'Mrs. Simmons Gaskins ( Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.)
ditches. spent the weekend in
Church Street (near Walnut Street) Ladies Council meets first and and' Mrs. Milton Misner and'son Jacksonville with their aunt. Good Singing Forceful Preaching
be third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. An additional street light on an visited Silver Springs'on
A series of lectures will Mrs.
Lou Norman and
Friday-Adult choir practice given during the month of June, Everybody invited to all ser- Highway 221 was approved by Tuesday of last week. dauhgler Mary, Mary Frances. visited

8 p. m.Sunday. subject, being, "The Lutheran vices. the council. In the absence of At the home, of Mr. and Mrs. the Johnnie Aguairs In Jacksonville Sunday School ___.___________________ >9:45: A.M.

-Church School. 9:45: Church and The Bible." Don't CHURCH OF GOD Council Chairman W. H. Griffin.p. I William Underwood and Mrs recently. | Morning Worship ___________________11:00 A.M.
E. Hill served as temporary
a. .m.; Morning Worship service, miss these interesting discus- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning chairman for the meeting. Louise Hogan at Hampton Lake Mrs. Alma Thompson Mrs. P. ;

sermon by Rev. George Merrin. sions. Gerbhardt Worship, 11 a. m. Sunda S. S. Classes Have Party last week were Mrs. Reede B. Johns and :Mrs. Myrtle Olvarez -:; Training Union _____________________ 6:45 PJM.
A. F. ,
The Rev.
Alexander City Ala.. 11 a. m.; tor of The First Lutheran Church' Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPF Members' of the Hampton Tohnson of Redding, Pa.; Mrs.Hogan's and sons spent Tuesday in' Evening Worship ___________________ 8:00 PJH.
brother and sister-in- Jacksonville.Miss .
Union Worship service, First Service Wednesday, 7:45: m.
win conduct the p. Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M.
Gainesville Bantist Church Intermediate
Methodist Church, sermon by Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m. law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beast Eva Clark of Lake City

Rev. J. E. Sherwood 8 p. m. services.All LA n'UY Girls' Sunday School class entertained >ey. of Savannah, Ga., and their spent Thursday with her aunt,

There will re no midweek service persons without a home Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn the Intermediate Boys' son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Dora Clark. The unsaved and the unchurched are cordially invited

f church are invited to attend. ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- class at a weiner roast am* and Mrs. J. L. Beasley anddaut'hter A ,stork shower was given in to these services. Come to Starke's; Youngest Church:
while the. pastor is on vac- i watermelon feed at Frank Wil- honor of Mrs. Billy Martin last
ice Saturday, 7:30: p, m. : of Redding Pa. with a membership of 152, Sunday School enrollmentof .
ation. ims'' on Santa Fe Lake Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the
\ camp Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Bowers of
St. Mark's EpiscopalRev.
200 and the
meet friendly people.
home of Mrs. Joan Strickland. ,
Friday evening July 5. '
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton Lake had as guests

Raymofld C.. MacBlaln Rev. C. Bruce Stalling, pastor I Approximately 20 Were pre- last week her grandsons Jack After contests a, number refreshments of games were served and- Nursery open for all services Room for all

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Sunday School, .10 a. m.; morn- pent for the 'party. Chaperoneswere ti'1owprtand Keith and Dee by the hostesses Mrs. Joan

Church will be as follows: Ing worship, 11 a. m.; training Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Hastings, all of Jacksonville Strickland and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. REV. JACK II. MABRY, JR., Pastor

COLONIAL Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church union 7 p. m.; evening worship Hicks Mrs. Betty May, and Mr 'Seaoh.! Prizes were won by Mrs- Joe
School and Adult Class 11 a.m.- 8 P. T. OLIN Su'pt. School
; p. m. and :Mrs. Marvin Faile. Visiting at the G. P. Wads- Griffis and Mrs. Betty Starling. Sunday

p.m. Y. P. S. L. Wednesday--Hour of Prayer Baptist IVBSAttendance worth home In Hampton for 'the Marion Hall of Keystone spent J

FLORISTPHONE Wednesday: 7:8t p.m. Litany 8 p. m. High Fourth of July weekend were. from Thursday, to Sunday 'afternoon -
and Meditation; 8 p.m. -
First 'day attendance at Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas Wads- with Frances Martin. i
Practice. IDHLBRONN MISSIONARY Hampton Baptist Church Vaca- worth and family of Bunnell and E. C. Harvey and family Ver-
218 Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, BAPTIST CHURCH non Johns and family of Jacksonville
tion Bible School Monday came Gordon Wadsworth of Gainesville -
II a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. In. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Bland and Mat-
to 117, 20 more than registeredon ,was a Sunday dinner guestMr. Betty MUFFLERS1
awaits everyone. Worship, 11 a, m. Evening thems Mrs. Sarah Har-
I the first day of last year'sschool and Mrs. Wallace Collins Alvarez
(i) Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training old Alvarez and family, Ivery '
I SEVENTH DAY Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid- which was, the largest have gone on a two-weeks trip and
Thompson Mr. and
ADVENTIST CHURCH Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays VBS for Baptist churches of anyin to 'Colorado Springs Colo to f
7:30 Bradford County. take Mr. Collins sister Mrs. Msr. P. B. Johns enjoyed a fish Guaranteed for the LIFE '
FLOWERSFor p. m. of car
fry at Sampson Lake last Thurs- your .eat
Services each Sabbath In the Closing on Wednesday next Sollie H. Gilley home; and from

All Occasions home of S. N. Brown across from HIGHLANDBAPTIST week, :the VBs will have a pro- there to Austin, Minn where day. No Extra Cost

Bethel Baptist Church east of CHURCH gram ,for parents on Wednesday they will visit 'Mrs. Collins son-; NOTICE .TO APPEAR ,
DISH GARDEV Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m church In' Mr. and !. Citeilt Cost Bradfer Ceuty
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. evening at the conjunction i in-law and daughter, ..
I Flerldai I. Cb eery. _
POTTED Bible Study each Wednesday. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and with the regular prayer Mrs. Hal se:;<;ioIUl. Anthony J. Rutino, Plaintiff, vs. '

PLANTS 7:30: p. m.-Arden :Mote pastor 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each meeting.? A, picnic for children Visiting In Hampton with B.: ,Florence Rubino Case Defendant No. 10-2237 Why waste money on a new muffler every few years

POTTERY Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.' Rev. and their parents, 'as well another Y. Saxon is his, daughter, Mrs.: i Jfotlee To Appears without this
CIIURCII OF JESUS CHRIST ; To: Florence Rubino, whose resi- guarantee Stop in today and let us
George Chism pastor. Everybody members of the church .Js E. C. Morris and daughter, Sue dence
and address is: 112 Curtis
Flowers JViredAnywhere' LATTER DAY SAINTS welcome. tentatively planned for Golf and Benny Saxon grandson of Lone, Yonkers.' New York. install one of the "Life of Your Car" Mufflers.

Head Branch State Park on Mr. Saxon, all of Pompano

Services,. each Sunday in old K1NGSUS7 LAFE Thursday. Beach. FOR D PE ABLETenniteControl

Masonic Hall on R Call St Sunday MISSIONARY BAPTIST Personals Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott and

Nona St. Starke School 1" a. m. Sacrament Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. teuehter are spending this weekin Plastic

Service 6-.30 p. m. Everyone wet ng Worship 11 a.m. Evening L. Brown, near Hampton was Stewart, MisS. visiting their SEAT COVERS Fiberglass I
t Service 7:30 Meeting
come. p.m. the scene of a family reunion -v>n, P. H. Lott Jr., and in Mem- fabrics
each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Every. Sunday, with 29 present durinp phis, Tenn. visiting their daughter. Mot4flehold Commercial

i .!. _o_,_ _,_._--- _____ .!o one welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott the Mr. anC Mrs. W. W. Jacks. Pert Cb&trol
day. Visiting were : Tailor
made to fit all models
pastor. and makes in the
Mrs. A. P. Stringer of HighSpringy Mt and Mrs. Arnold Chflds

IHWAY CHAPEL Mr. and Mrs. R. M. and children left Saturday for S Grove Spraying I IFB. widest variety of colors and materials you have ever

REVIVAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Fancher' of Starke, Mr.. and Mrs.J. Covington, Va. to visit friends Call i-60J3

B. Whjte} and children of and relatives. Theit daughter, seen.
E, A. Lewis, Pastor
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Norma! who Is working in
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Florida Peat Control .
u, Loman and children of N. ,C.. Gainesville, will stay there while
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic -
who've been here with her parents hey are gone, and their daughter I& Chemical Co.
7:45 p. m. Thursday DODD'S SUNOCO
NEW RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH weekly prayer service.. Invita- Mr. and )tlrs. Brown for, Loretta, will be staying in 24 N. W. 16th Are SERVICE

tion extended to everyone. the past week: and from Hamp- Jacksonville with her aunt while Gainesville 452 N. temple Ave. Phone 314

ton, :Mr. and Mrs. David Brown I her, parents are away. Florida

JULY 15 y 20 NEW RIVER and daughters, Mr and Mrs. W' Visitors on the Fourth of July .

BAPTIST CHURCH D. Carter and children, and Mr. and'Friday atthe home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Halleck.Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and the .
8:00 P. M. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship '
and Mrs. Charles Proctorof George Williams' home were
Hour 11 a. : Serv-
m. Evening
Columbia S. C. who had been Mrs. Wiggins' sister, Mrs. Mat-
Rev. Fred Green ice, 7 m. Prayer Meeting each
: p.
Evangelist .
and daughter.Mrs.
visiting with the Browns for a tie Thompson,
Wednesday, 7 welcome.L.. 1 Parker, pastor. ?! %.
Homecoming 21
July home. Also during the week: Mr. .
and Mrs. Brown and their guestsall At National Guard camp at ..,.,, ;.,
Welcome GRAHAM the Fourth of at Stewart Ga. for two .....', m :
Everyone July .
, BAPTIST CHURCH spent Camp ,, ..<,,.... .' ,...:
,4 ....------u____.:. Silver Springs; and on Fridaythe weeks from Hampton are Jimmv <,I. v;,'. "; '".:,)W'.k.,,. ..''T

j Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning women went sightseeing In Dyal, son of Mr. ,and.,>Mrs. U. -c .................. r '."" <"'.",('":..'."...'' <. ,,?'' .

Worship, 11 a. m. Training St Augustine while the men D. Dyal, Charles Williamson son I 1 -i<',?!;>,< .... .

t Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- went fishing in the St. Johns of Mr. and Mrs.' Wiley }William I :

\ ship, 7:30 p. m.-. Rev. W. 0 River. son,' and Marklee Norman. t.
HEAR FIFTH SERMON ON TEN COMMANDMENTS Collins, Sr., pastor. Mrs. Frankie 'Jean Keyes .and A2c] William Home was home : '
.. < ,
children left Hampton last Monday for the weekend with his parents '

BY PASTOR 8 P. M. EVERGREENBAPTIST for Ft Myers, where she Mr. and Mrs. J., W. Home \ .

CHURCH plans to spend the summer with from his Air Force Base at rr -

"First Commandment With Promise" Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- her family. Homestead. He had just completed )J

I Ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : A family picnic .on Santa Fe a two-months trip to North ;'lI!
Lake Thursday July 4 includedMr. Africa with his unit and during
m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer : I .
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 and Mrs..Dan Johnson, Roy that time also made a sight- ,
First Church : p. m. rLk'J
i Baptist Hampton Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank seeing trip to England. one week- Smith-Corona

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Williams and ,children ,all of :

CHURCH Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I end.Bob Faile, brother .of Marvin f" :;-_ .... ,

), Sunday, School 10 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Sunday School, 10 a. m.: MornIng I Haddock, and Mr.-children and Mrs.of James Jacksonville Faile afternoon arrived, in for Hampton a visit Monday with- WORT + ',$ .FIRST AND FASTEST ,PORTABL5*

Training_ Union 7 P.M. Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Broome and family of Orlando, his brother and family, and CHOICE OF 4 MODELS Ia 5 ;DECORATO. COLORS
services 7:30 -
p. m. and Mr. and Mrs. John Allen other friends here. Mr. and Mrs. -- -

"HOUR OF POWER" WED., 8 P.M. Wednesday Prayer Meeting and family of Santa. Barbara. Ernest 'Faile and son Rex .are
7:30 m.LAWTEY.
p. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Allen and expected to arrive Fiday.for a

MARVIN E. FAILE, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST two children and her daughter, visit* from. Lancaster S. C. Rex SILENT-SUPER STERLING CLIPPER, SKYRITER

Glenda Vining, arrived, in Hampr i and Bob Faile ,are both; on leave

(presently meeting In City Hall) 137.27 121.37. 105.47 79.10

Sunday-Bible study 10 a. m., -
'", worship ,,11 a m.BeningYoung. Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax PJus Tax

people's Bible

study 7; preaching, 7:30. NOTICE '
1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p. .

m. This year, give that boy or girl Graduate the practical gift that will

STARKE, FLA. Radio Program Station bring the maximum in pleasure and appreciation for years to come.

WRGR Monday, 6:3.0: ,a. nuy ,Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters are designed and built to offer

REV. LEWIS,D. HAINES Pastor RATUFF CHEVROLET CO maximum value in terms of performance, dependability. and long life,

C and: _are_ available Jo suit any purse and any purpose. Stop by today and
Jefferson and Court Streets -' In The Heart of Town '
; GOT A 1i see our complete line. .
Phones Office 234 Pastprium 130 t
1 Will Close Saturday Afternoons'

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00, P.M. 'SUMMERCO9 ) { s.
Terms Arranged} To Suit Your Convenience
"''i Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training i Union 6:45 P.M. .

::1 Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. TAKE f. ..- for ( Until Further Notice:

Hear the Sunday :Morning Service over WDVH at 6 6 6 tc

I- 11 a.m. Regular) Broadcast Every 1', 3', and' 5 Sunday. I ItIt' f\ .I..REUEF, OPEN ALL] BAY WEDNESDAY BRADFORD. COUN1Y1EEGRAPHf

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before Age Of Autos I visiting the rest room. This is I I' ; This notice shall be pobliihsi
Officials Two
Adopt Board Approves'I1osquito his first appearance in the coun- Forgery'Charges once each week for four consecutive

ty since. weeks graph. u the Bradford County Tele*

May was kept in handcuffs PlacedTwo Dated this 18 day of June. 1887.

Plant Policies ControlContinued 4th Was Very Large Day when brought before Judge Yawn (OFFICIAL, Clerk SEAL of)the Cfearlw Circuit a.. Dam Court

Tuesday and when he asKed if By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Cleric
.- they could be 1 1/21 it '/11
-- w removed in the charges of forgery were

(Continued from Page One) ( from Page One) How did you spend Independence back all who wish to go at 15c the great tournament' of the chambers, Judge Yawn remindedthe placed against a young Starke NOTICE TO-CREDITORS

? defendant of the previous man thisweek. I I' FUrUa Statute \l -
Day each. Tickets are for sale atMorgan's crack-croquet-cranks of Brad- .
Wasdin would take all matters stipulated. escape and denied the request I. The'Court .f, tke C..atr "*'ce.
that he unable to handle The Commifnion agreed Mon- If you followed the patternset Bazaar and all members ford County. At 11 o'clock an The man, Bobby Harris, ad- Bradford C....,. Fle/Ua

was to by most of your other fellow of' both Sunday Schools will intermission was ordered and mitted endorsing the checks, !. Pi' bat..
the Bond Trustpe3 and not to day to advertise for bids for a In re: Estate of Rufus Moore, De
citizens of Starke, you be presented with a handsome players proceeded to cater to both for $10; and cashing them, ceased.T. .
Bulldozer to be used in the
th ra embers of the Council city'sproject. >>
City bundled up the family and hit badge." the wants in the line of lemon- Law ProhibitingLeft but said someone else' had made I AH Creditor sad Peneva H.TU .
and in the event that the BondTtes Though the programrNill j Claim or Dcmaads Against
the for favorite them and
highway your out given them to him.
unaWe to not officially begin until In 1888 the local .celebration ade, watermelon strawberrywine Said XUtatei
were provide lake shore or beach. What'you the' fra&rant''Havana. Turn Repealed but would not name the other You and each of you are herebynotified
satisfactory! answers then the Oct 1, the .city officials are intending was even more elaborate. The or and required to present
did after you got there is no- Other fluid 'extracts person.E Harris told Judge T.; A. claims and demands which ,
Bond "Trustees would to try to obtain the machine following account written by (herein any you
present body's business but your own- Monists turning left from Yawn that he passed five of the or either of you. may have against
nameless oh
same to the City Council for and begin work before "One Who ;Enjoyed July Fourth ) were hand as occasion the estate ef Rufus Moore; deceased -
whether fishing, boating, skiing, West Call street onto North checks in all, though three have
their cooperation in the :Jiat time.Negro. 1888," will give you some idea demanded. Of the elaborate late of said County, to the '
making around. But the Walnut not been Bradford County.
or simply lolling will no longer be violat- reported. County Judge of
of the good times had in dinner nothing need be said
final ,decisions." they Florida; at his office fn the court
point is you probably lost no thOM days: : The broiled chicken, the rich ing the law. Judge Yawn set bond for'Harris house of said County at Starke
This memo-andum.! directed atthe tune in "getting out of town." The Council voted unanimously at $800 and transferred the Florida within eight calendar
Convicted "One of the most enjoyable soups the toothsome"sweet corn months from the time of' the first
.: ,employes' : of the power and What happened in Starke on the mealy potatoes the beauti- last Friday' night to repealthe cases to the Circuit Court. publication of this notice. Each
I attended held
water' plant, was designed to the FOU1'th'was duplicated in picnics ever was prohibition on these turns claim or demand shall be In writ
at Sparkman's'bridge the ful tomatoes, the wholesome ing. and shall state the.place .of
Correct [the major' causes of the towns and villages all over the I near since the law was generally disregarded NOTICE TO *PEABI.
residence and office address of
bread, etc., were all enjoyed and post
On 2 elegant residence of our esteemed Circuit Court. Bractcr C* ity,
shall be aworvtoby.
trouble ChargesOf nation. Stores were closed, anyway. the claimant and
'lurldat IB
friend, Mr. Wade Sparkman.On the occasion was one of, the estimable Chaaeery. .the claimant .agent .or attorney.
The dlVussion[ ; of the member streets deserted, and an august hostess' proudest tri "We should either take the Bonnie Lou Thompson, Plaintiff, vs. and any such claim or demand .not
arriving at indicated Denver Thompson, Defendant.
One _.the place signs down or enforce the law" so filed shall "be void. '
of the two bodies indicated that silence generally pervaded. Case No. 10-2238
I found over 400 of the umphs. '/"'Evrniee Moore. .
the trouble stemmed front an Using ProfanityA lone flag was displayed on Call neighboring citizens But by 1916 that 'new-fangled City Clerk Carl Johns said. The To Votlr: Denver* T. Appear Thompson whose' rest- 'As administratrix the' Estate _' ,'
representing -
uncertainty conrerning the authority Street. In their haste to "get invention the automobile measure came up when one of dence and address Is: 5430 Camp of Rufus Uoore, ,4e 4ue4.
entire families. A platfrom was I the members noted Bowie Blvd.. Fort Worth, Texas. First, publication, June 21. ml.
of Wasdin and tees and away from it all" most Starke an instance 1/21 'U',7/11
coming into general use and You are Hereby notin-rt mat *
had teen erected and .
from the rrartlce of employes to Negro, 0. J. Aaron, was con- merchants forgot to put them holidays in Starke bein- when policeman: tried to en- suit for divorce, custody and

take prorlems to the council victed Tuesday in two separate already' begun with music were force the law and was faced control of minor children u.: "
of out.The furnished by the Baisden broth- ning to asmme the general ha* been filed against you In the w..c 1.
ases using profane language with a complaint from the violator ,
members or trustees instead of Fourth of 1957 was a far atmosphere of Goldsmith's "De- above named Court and cans and
their bn.'Isf'l. ind sentenced to 30 days in jailn ers of Starke. that 'no one elaa was ever y/u are required to serve a copy of OX OLD EGYPTIAN: TOMB:
to cry from some of those celebrated serted Village." Following the lou? answer or pleading to the complaint
The meeting also removed pertain ; one case and $25 or 30. days with a bang (literally and "After dinner, Mr. N. C. Petit, Fourth of 1916 the arrested for the. offense. on the plaintiffs Attorney "IIIS EABTHLV. TENDIENT'VAS

of ol'ltpntion between in the other. heading quite a crowd of patri- Telegraph Councilman W. H. Noegel said T. Frank Landrum P. O. Box 546 \ SHATTERED BY BEER

points the two groups.Trustee Tb', Ron I The cases were decided by figuratively before) hard in roads Starke and in fast the otic citizens called upon Mr. S. editor issued the folowing lament that the sign was in such a position and Starke file the Florida original the efflce of AND WINE* AND HIS SPIRITDEPARTED" : I .

dsatcfat't-! County Judge T. A. Yawn after days F, Gardiner to read the Declaration : 'i that the motorists didn't the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or BEFORE; IT .WAS
expressed: made it possible for : before the '
automobiles "The Fourth of
July just "
Aaron waived a jury trial during : of Independence, which, pass notice it anyway. 22 of 1957 CALLED FOR.
inn wth c summer term of County Court. 90. per cent of the population to after a few appropriate remarksas ed was like all recent Fourths in otherwise the allegations of Mid .(SIGNAL PRESS, EVANSTON :

Council i,,, especially the CounciVeh1dy' The first offense occurred on spend the day at some favorite to why the Fourth of July Starke, for on that day our citi- Complaint! by you.will b. taken u confessed ILLINOIS.) 1

of Tn. April 27 at the intersection of resort. was so. memorable an event in zens seem to think that 'there if. -

"We """IT "mnnos0'' to havehired Instance ,the no place like home,' and there- -
and with Back in 1914 for ,
Temple Pratt streets. our history .Mr.,'G rdiner did to .
T><'," if Jlnv h'r'nsr war of Starke fore go elsewhere' to be enter- _
Aaron arrested at GreyhoundBus industrious merchants armbst7"attentive 'audience. -rL-- Sell It Rent It Trade,
done." Tru't'* E wll Lawson r"- station on a complaint signed were promoting the Fourth as tained. The town was as deserted -

i'irk. d. "But instead you did! by Thomas Chastain of a big business day in Starke, and "Then with a livelier step as an English village when ? -

It... to this in The than: ever 'the merry belles trip- zeppelin hovers over it. Almost
Hampton. wording acc9unt\ ped the light fantastic toe and W1TO% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
tonhl "Tnrn0/l.
Part fth e Telegraph of July 10. 1914, they every store in town was closed
member," re"d. f..'" th"pract' Aaron was arrested again last all seemed bent on a pleasanttime.
the p" \ n met with considerable success: Chief Kite saw, an unmuzzled I
to >",,,e' nor 6 after episode The elegant, breezes, only
**" of Wnsd'n m Saturday, July an stray dog and drew his to
Uncle gun
"Starke celebrated in Florida climate :o WORDS OR LESS, One Insertion (Mlalmnm Charge) _!,- _- .71
known '
TlMNt'r.\ thp .oun1 fl1: at a Negro night spot in Sam's birthday this year as our shoot him, but put his weapon EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 30 .._._.... _____ 4e ret Wer

stead nf handl'iET them h'mself Lawtey. before. The celebration wafted their gentle waves to us, back again. He would not commit :o.% DISCOUNT ox REPEAT INSERTIONS SAMR AD

or taking then to th" Bnnrt never of whilst the large live oaks furn- the sacrilege of disturbingthe 25e- ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID'LV ADVANCE*
.. Testimony concerning the first was given under the auspices ished shade to the crowd.
'Po- action "
" t tiki" on
'I es.. Board of Trade and it is holy silence. ,
thes problems the Council J case was conflicting, Chastain the enter- Lawtey seems to hav gone By 1922 the evacuation of the CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ..------- f 1.S5 Per lack ,First ,IsettIa.oo '

would invad* the. territory of testified that Aaron, in a car estimated lalned'3OOOvisitors that the from city Bradford off with honors for the Fpurthin town on the Fourth of July had -, $p.-. PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED ONE .OB ,MME.. :, TIMES" J.
the Bond Trttt""#... with several other Negroes, : 1890. This is what the Tele- :
become complete. and the Tele-
of the mept1nWSUldln's cursed at a white man drivingn and adjoining counties, the graph had to say about the CARDS OF THANK (Up Te 50 .Words) ____ ___ IJ.H
As a result graph resigned itself to the in- "BUTS" about it. '
clearly a car along side. largest crowd that ever gathered celebration: that year: No OVER 50 WORDS __-- 4 Ceati Per Wer*
; authority was *
evitable with
here upon any occasion., Peo- the following If breakdown 9** your foal. yenttd

outlined.. He was told to handle Aaron's version of the episod. ple came on ,foot on horses, in "The Fourth ofJuly was mournful comment: k's practically a* amaiing;iqd.strvctb.Koffce thai- ep taw..fatot MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS _____ 4 Cemte Per ..i.

all minor matters himself and was that the man had told the automobiles, by rail, and in all ushered in at sunrise by the "The .Fourth was celebrated. in Uw or high.gtar alUrgie toUolling ,

It' was'unrlerstood that his recommendations Negroes: "You better watch your kinds of vehicles. ringing. of bells and the boomingof in Starke by a grajid orchestral Irovfal!(r*Sit< chain it in taw action en -th*th mark* most*!. : POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at FOR 'RENT On and two bedU

even to the extent cannon. The American flag Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. WalnutSt. room furnished apartments. ClOM
silence. The town silentas
wouldbe speed, and Aaron replied, "Whoare "Chief of Police Kite and was as Also new mowers for Sale. in. Desirable location. W. H.Nollman. .
of hiring an.1 firing, you to tell un how to drive." Sherriff Denmark took extra was unfurled in the breeze from the North Pole after Dr. Cook Hoffco Easy payment, plan. Pay while 228 W. VUdlgon tfehy

followed. the bus the lofty staff of the Academy had left it for home a' deserted you mow. Buy where you oan
at and
Both cars stopped i Built
thi.c solution to I wecautiona to prevent any disorder get lIervlce'on what you buy. FOR SALE-TpungAnfus
.adopting : In short order all the
station where two white men festi- building. as a hall in which William tfchs Will sell at beef prices. Phone
the power plant troubles the. that would mar the in 288, Doyle E. Conner, Ing 'tfcng
in town
various -
were busy
and some, of 'the Negroes were but more youth Jennings Bryan' lectures on evo- \ CHAIN SAW
boards vities of the day, a ,,. *
members! of the two were *
continuing argument when size ways 'and all degress of uproar lution.Mr.. Hull ,and Mr. Darby WHEN IN NEED NEED TIRES ., '
blowing a ''recommendation presented orderly crowd of the same i from cannon down to Get them now pay as you 'I'.. J
arrived. Aaron said ,, had their places ornamentedwith
the police was never gathered in one place. TOP SOIL Ask for our nay budget terms
by Lawson. that one of the white men open- taken into Chinese crackers. Many enjoyedthe flags in honor of the day Lacy Conway Sales and Service.
Only one man was K. & J.; GARAGE Union Pus Station Starke Pie
result of the meeting
Another ; ed his shirt and revealed a pistol custody and detained until the picnic at Lake Kingsley, we didn't celebrate. The only FILL DIRT tftih*

was! the.naming, of the'J. C. Bartonas to telling Aaron to meet him down fumes of the liquor ,he had in- others a lawn fete at the beautiful -small boy in town had saved upa :V ALL'.TYPES FOR SALE Used S MM''Movie:
rrnechanic at pfant
the road'to settle the issue. dulged in too freely had left his county residence of Mr. small firecracker ,from Christ- 1/2 Mile South on U.S. 301 Camera Brownie |30. New I 'KM

work .directly under. 'Dees. released. Sayles, others took in the' excursion mas. He came out and explodedit TRACTOR, WORK Bell &- Howell Movie Camera
said he at a mind: and then ,_|3MS at Bu IIIn If ton's. tfthg.
Chastain was to Chattanooga, while a but in the pervading, distilled i Phone 474-R AND .' .
Seaman Freed garage near the intersection and 'The' main feature of the day's ., ; PLASTIC SEAT COVERS 'for' ill
great many assembled on the and filtered silence it sounded I
.. ,, though he,.was "50 or 75 feet" festivities was the old-fashioned ,Star& FloridaWIIGR Light BulldozingW. makes and model autos 121.4
: \ j : spacious, verandas and the as loud i as a cannon cracker' and up. Installation1 free" atShepherd's.
In" Court Here away from the cars he could picnic and barbecue at the city shady lawns of" the"Burrin.Houseas and the boy, frightened ran I L.'THIGPEN, ilL ._> tfc lr

hear Aaron' plainly using pro- park where barbecued beef spectators and participants in 'home and hid under the bed!", BL 2 Bar 245-D- Alto B4 FOR SALE S x 't x 'II 'CbncWti

c fane language. which had been properly cooked PHONE MM Blocks lie each. FOB yard.. Mortar .
(Continued from ,Page One) the day before by Mr. William Mix, Cement, Sand, fitetl And
New 'Rates Of Florida Power & Starke FU. Aluminum Windows.. ,Also ed7
Aaron did not offer any defense Light '
previous night at his house leaving1 Tison, and chicken pilau were mixed concrete. Eradferd,". ".
in the ,second case.! Charge served in abundance. These two 1490 KG PHONE GOO gingering Co., Phone 14. " 'iu: shorttime'before" the accident ] OUR TENTH. ANNITEHiART n,
occurred. The only thingStarUng''fiad''rarunk in this case were brought by things formed the backbone of To',Save Area Customers $13,800 ST. RKE, FLORIDAThe RADIOS REPAIRED FURNISHED CABINS ;and shower.!

that morningwas Frank Bell .a.Negro deputy, who the meal, but baskets and boxesof ,. Music & News Station AU Hake AU Hrtelaleaaoaafele Reasonable rates. Fred's Cafe. Itp
In Sfsii4rp Ckarfea iraarutee
_.. ..
a glass of milk, Landrum had 'made the arrest with the other eatables were furnished The Florida Power & Light doso. it said tends to give -. CHAR. C. SHEPHERD ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furil h'ed -
Law- M W. Can M. itarke >>.. 8M apartments for rent. Phae,
of L. P. 'ladies of
assistance liberally by the good We Do AH The Work You Do All '
Baid. Co. has filed with the Florida "undue and unreasonable prefer- 165. W. T. Jackion. 'trttl '
said that when tey marshall. Starke. Railroad & Public Utilities Commission ence and advantage to some The REST The Perry Van Show FOR SALE 7 x IS Binoculars 4
,Starling healed C"OTil' persons lifetime guarantee only $41.50 atul1lngton's. FOR RENT-NMcelr furnished' (our
to pass Sasser, ,Sasser's car was Bell said that Aaron, had refused one little"' hitch "occiiredin revised residential and and localities and subject 12:35-4:00 P. M.' Daily. -tfchg ,. room cottage. Plenty. ofcool,

the center of the road. the .dinner ; Before service rate a-Jiedules other and localities tc shade trees.. Large screened; -.front
straddling to quiet down after a disturbance programme persons Monday thru Friday 3% PAID ON RAVINOS KEY porch. Two adults or. couple ,with I
lie applied, brakes and the rear in the night spot. Bel' the tables were f.pread and be- affecting: approximately 600,000 undue and unreasonable prejudice 6:00 and STONE STATE BANf.lKEY.. shall child. Located .at 657.. w.
Sign on News
door' of his struck the left distributed- STONE ., Call St. Phone lll-J. '1tth:
car said that'Aaron went outside fore the was customers.! The new schedules if and disadvantage. 6::05 The Clockwatcher BER PDia VMMMHMI HMMMaMBp aBMMMMaHMMMSXSJIMMMBSMIiMMIJiWFOB

rear of Sasser's car. Sasser did and "wanted to get to me." Aft in fact, before all the baskets placed in effect, will result in In order to meet completed 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson SALE .
(Mon- FOR SALE 82 gallon Electric I Here Id little fl. R. h'ofal
not given signal that he was a lovely 3' \
any boxes of food arrived at the
and annual of around
an saving obections of the Commissionthe
under arrest -
er Aaron was placed day and Tuesdays only) Water Heater. Two elements. on nicely landscaped lot Lots of
preparing to turn left he said. he cursed the deputy in a park, a threatening rain cloud $3,290.000 to such customers.J. company has filed one genera' 6:45: 'The Clockwatcher Good Condition. See at Gay's closet space throughout. Built ,In
Other witnesses produced by the croyJd'and Home Appliance. tfchg cabinets for the kitohen. Carport
said that he stampeded the an H. duPre, manager of' FP- service schedule to replace'thre* 7:00
defense were W. H. (Billy) Graham loud voice and : First News of The 'World and utility room. This can b4 handled -
made the &L's district $100.00 FOR YOUR TV In trade on for rather small down payment
"would be killed before he was assault was upon Blanding estimatedthat i schedules that were set UD by Roundup
Hay Stone and Dr. A. J.Barry. 21 inch Motorola Lowboy at and balance like rent. '
,all of whom saw Starling arrested," Bell said. tables and they were swept customers in this territory I sizes of' towns and city limits.. It 7:15: The Clockwatcher Da timers.! tfchg

clean. After the first assault (including Waldo, Hampton, has, filed two residential sched 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air Kingsley Lake Investment proper
later that and testified !- .
morning SANTA FE LAKE FRONT' LOTSn.Ooo.OO. ty. Faces on two paved highwa/s.
After Rafuse arrived Aaron food was placed the Lawtey, Penney Farms, and adjoining ules to 'three such schedules '
that he was not intoxicated. more upon replace 7:30 Weather. Around The, JJation Convenient terms. Guy This property -has 2 rental caobis
was placed under arrest and tables and it met the same fate. areas) will save about and has abolished city lim- Andrews phone 383 or 379-W. with baths one 2 B.R cottage.
County Prosecutor Mack Futch 4tchfe 7/12 one 1 B.R. cottage plus Jhe owners -
told the jury that .the important taken to jail. "Tickets for free automobile $13,800 un'*Tr the proposed. new it zoning. The rate differentia' 7:35 The Clockwatcher 2 BR. home. AU this plus other -

testimony to consider was that Several other cases slated for rides were isued by the hundredsand rate schedule. between the largest cities served 7:5p World, National, State and FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart- things like 3 storage houses
ment. Large living room dining and pump house, tools etc. There
of Sasser and the sheriff because the summer term of court were the owners of automobileswere and the small cities has been re v Sports News room and kitchen. Has heat. is a good season ahead at tke
bond The principal reduction will go Telephone Installed. CallW, Lake beaches and after that there
the who had disposed of by estreaturewhen kept busy for several hours duced. 8:05 The Clockwatcher ,
they were ones
to customers living outside of 49 W. Jefferson St. tfchg la the traffic from the road....Tbp
"knowledge as to the condition the defendants failed to furnishing rides for the guests McGregor Smith FP&L' chairman 8:45: Radio Chapel (Ministerial price ia only 111.000 for everything.

cf the defendant at the time of appear. of the city. city limits who have been payingmore of the board, said ,that Association) List Your Property For Kale With This will afford someone an Income -
for electricity than those ra.... H.nr sad Bj>lBe.. Propertr plus a home- just a few. hun
the accident." The, others saw These included Louise Good- "The free moving pictures at "In submitting these hew schedules 9:00: Five minute summary of FrT Oprm LUtliRa dred feet from the lake. Owner

him later after h had time to wine, Negro, $50 bond estreate inside the' cities, since city limits we have adopted a new polIcy News Jnhnle II....., Rere.eBtatve is ,asking $7,000 *.h. Balance ,to'
the Hopson threare were much were heretofore used for 'rate P.' O. Box 307 Starke, .'1.. suit qualified purchaser.; :
,obextip'and their-testimony had on a profane language count: which that 9:05: The' Chatterbox with Betty .
the visitors and means generally S t. S. OB SOl P.... "'al..
appreciated by '
rothlng to do with the case, Mayola Brown Negro, $50, pro zoning purposes. Such zoning is speaking, a customer would take Gray Hobart $.53| several shows were given in the FeLak. A mighty alee little
Futch said.Adkins fane' language; John A. Mangas ifternoon to houses. apparently comv.dered preferential the rate in the district in whichhe 10:00 Cedric Adams Show FOR RF.oJT-1 rooms '.nd bath. cottage with a large jalousie front

argued that if Starl- reckless .driving and .failure tr packed by the Utilities Commission. is served, regardless of city 10.30 Music For The Missus furnished Apt. Private entrance.L. porch plus a large bed ,room and
enjoyed On June 13 it ordered to I'.. Green, 1805, Raiford Rd. kitchen. ThU is .aU furnished.
"Dancing was FP&L 11:00 Five
ing was "drunk to the extent he have vehicle under control, $75- limits." : minute summary of 2tC'hr' 1'12 There is a new dock' and nath

should not have been. operatinga Russell Brooker, improper paFBi throughout the afternoon at the file revised rates by July 15 or "This change in policy bring News : house.There- I is a. concrete block

vehicle the law officers would i (zig $50; Antonio Ginoris. $5f Armory by the city's guests and show cause on Aug. 19 why it about a very great reduction in 11:05 Music For 'The )Missus FOR(net S.'LE-One containing large 1 fifteen display gallon cab. i lot.bulkhead See and the Buy entire for width just of$7,160:the

have locked him up immediately I improper passing; Floyd Edward until a late hour in the evening I should not. reduce rates. The the unincorporated areas, reduc- 11:30 Farm Roundup aquariums with :tropical fish with good terms. .

instead 'of waiting two two %) the folk of Starke. i Commission indicated that the 12:00: Public Service Ifru."snails, lights etc. DOS E.
Tooker $35 improper. passing y young iI I ing residential customers in Call St. Phone 37LW. Jtn" 712KIGLEY WALL REALTY *|

and a half hours." The sheriff Baxcom Dan Hollowell, $35 "At 3:30 in the afternoon a: company's rates "have not been some sections as much as 12 or 12:15 Second Njjwa of The World REGlsf EKEO' BROKER .

testified that an investigation passing school bus. free baseball: game between the revised to give full and 'proper 13 cent"Escapee ,Roundup Bn.tti8 jllI... ,tSTJS'EBVICE
per LAKF.A 8'Ua."v..
131 Mitsui "(
\\'as made of' the scene'and Starling Judge Yawn dismissed! an as Starke Grays and the Jacksonville recognition to the tremendous 12:30 Weather Around :The Na. few-rentals-for the-pumm and '

had been, allowed toj; go toa' 'sault and.battery charge againstMrs. Red Sox was witnessed at growth of certain portions of 'tion a 'niceJ -bed room' houie, 70'lot : *, 'J',
water front lot. nice dork and bath :Auto radios lua t..rsu.irons. Fans,
store before ReturnedTo .
charges were 12:35 The Van Show
; placed Edith Wilcox in which she Duncan Park by the largest territory served. Failure to Perry : house, for sale. See is today,. AU kmatl app. Now '1. RCA"i.Vi -

,against him. was accused of attacking J. V crowd: that ever congregated in 1:00 Five minute summary of trola, Comb. \M.Ff Console. ,-,!.

Adkins said that Starling'sjBtaggerihg Johnson in a dispute over a boat '.hat enclosure. Court:Here News new PARKWQOD'8ub-dJvhslonJn.-Starke IV STARKEA will II ,-McGKIKF' Pia.MERCURY.. 44TT MOTOR: < ,

'and" condition after at Bedford Lake after further "Most of the' businesshouses StopLight'CasesDominate 1:05 The Perry Van Show soon be. ready for ale (lC lotto.Watt'h '
for announcement. Tftl.11I STOREBUSINESSfor -
"the/accident' due to the 2:00 Five minute of
examination cf witnesses of th of the city and many private A man who several 'years ago : summary be Starke's moss .exclusive ,rel- .quarter : cabins,> trtlrtr.
shakeup he received. CourtAn News dentlal th will .park. Choice location.VV.
eecton and prices
: complaint revealed that Johmnr -esidences were: tastefully deco- slipped away from the Court- be Phell. Pala t Ita,.Fla. Phone East?
:Starling was" heading for his 2:05 The Perry Van Show right with .F.H.A. approval
was tresnassing at the time of -ated with the national colorsnd house when he was scheduled to when' utilities and proposed improvements _6-19U. ,Jtp2S
grandmother's house when the 3:00 Five minute of
cldent occurred the testimony the episode. \ the whole city wore a holi- epidemic of red light blindness appear before County'judge T. A. News summary' are complete. COLLECTOR WANTED-Man to
Several cases of public intoxication lay ,appearance. hit motorists driving in Yawn was back again this week SARATOGA HEIGHTS run Furniture Routes and do all
"revealed. "Would he go to see 3:05 The Perry Van Show Homes for sale. Ask about 'em. around furniture work. Harry -C.
the ,only mother he has ever 'against Mr. and Mrs "The business men of the Starke last week with its victims facing new charges of driving 4:00 Five, minute summary of see 'em and buy 'em. EIrod Furn. Co., 218 Temple Ave. wA

known smelling! :lik.e a brewery?" Eldridge Moody and an assault '.own generally contributed liberally making up the majority of while intoxicated and driving News Itchy
with license revoked. HOMKS. HOMES !
Adkins asked.'IdkiquestIoned. and batterv eve a ain-,*. Mood toward financing the affair, cases handled in his,
Mayor's Court' 4p5 At Your Request Call us, tell us. what you want. FOUND-Dog. hound brown and
I were continued until next pier ind the good wives of the com :Monday. The man Leslie May, pleadednot location, size, price range. If wecan.t white spotted, female. Owner
whether Sas- guilty on both counts Tues- 6:00: W R G R News Parade help you there. no obliga- may bare by contacting City
ser .had, brought the charges because day when it is expected that thE -nunity furnished the baskets of AH nine"persons charged by day and his trial was slated for (World and National) tion on your part. We are here to Police Dept. Itchg.
he "a couple will withdraw their no' he eatables that have made last help you let us do It.
was little bit prejudiced city police week failed to Thursday morning. Judge Yawn 6:10 WRGR News Parade FOR RENT-Unfurnished house.'

:upset'and mad" about his guilty pleas and plead guilty. Iradford County famous. appear in court and their bonds set bond at $500 on each count (State ,and Local) FLORIDA REALTY CO. Farmer's Market Road. Apply El
Rancho Motel.
car being damaged. "Yes. sir thank you, sir- were forfeited. 'Hold orders have been placed 6:20: W R G R News Parade Of 'Starke Itehg...

A1 trial in the tad check case 'he Fourth' of July was a very The six charged with running against May by Marion and Ala- ((SPoltland Weather) 11C N. Walnut St. TeL 383 FOR RENT-Two bedroom block

against Marklee Griffis was avoided Negro WoundedA 'arge day in Starke." red lights were Clifford Thatch- chua counties 'also. :May still has 6:30 Revolving Bandstand Starke, Fla. port.house One unfurnished.block of School.Bath. AT car

when Griftis'at the last minute But ,even In.,the days beforehe er, Wilbur Carl Sieners, Cliffort several weeks to serve on 'a sen-: 7:00: NEWSIC (News and Music FREE .' FREE i allable after 15th Inst. Phone
pleaded guilty and made restitution Negro man, General Le One Apartment size gas stove free 131. tfchr.
"horseless carriage" had in Ocala and faces '
Luther Sumner, Samuel "L. Douelaft tence possible : ) to the purchaser of this XOflfe .
and : Brad'.'taw ,
paid coats was admitted to th been dreamed of, folks did mane Nego 'A. J. Gabriel additional time for jail breaking. ; 8:00 Sign Off Refrigerator. Which must be sold W.A.'TED-Houukeeper or maid.
hospital in critical condition Sat Cox and this, nexteelL. I will cuarantp.erefrigerator Apply El Rancho Motel. ltchg.COOK VI
to get out of town occasionally ,C. Lewis. ,Each these Records show May has been Saturday to be in good working -
urday night as the result of knife to celebrate the day. forfeited a$12'ond.j .ot In' Federal and state prisons a Same schedule u''above except order. The price is only WANTED-Immediately. K Sj
wounds $50.00. Call J. E. 'PillWall Ph. & J Restaurant. Phone 118. received in ,
a Reno fight number of times since 1937 and 1 to 6 Road Show
For: instance in a Telegraph of Others forfeiting bonds p. m. 4S7-J. 337 N Walnut Si
THE RICH POINT for the Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown 1887 we see that: "The Methodist -j were his drivers license has been sus- Sunday FOR SALE-Approx. 15 acres, '2

IV.,..you writ. 'en"",. la and select #\''d then is a possibility Brad- James Simmons. Negro $50. discharging pendedorr revoked several times 7:30 FOR RENT-Nice Kingnley Lake mi. west of Starke city limits
; On .
and Baptist Sunday Schools firearms and Sign Religious programs place for balance of July. Con- on Highway 1I..J bedroom home
favorif disturbing
, your FSTERBROOK shaw will not live. have decided to have The most recent revocation Was until 1:00 9m... tact Mrs. Howe, Chamber -pf fully modern electric kitchen
picnic on .
Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH [ Lawmen are the a the peace: Ernie Smith: in April for an 1definite"period.. : Commerce. Itchg. built In cabinet, closet Home
on lookoutfor 1:00 to'6po rn.The Sunday -
the Fourth of' like'
;i._ July. Messrs. Negro, $27, public intoxication. new. Bearing pecan trees.
another Negro for the cut- Andrews and Alvarez have In 1954 May was apprehended Show POOL ROOM for >ale- "Air condi Price fll.000.00. Down payment
ting.: 1 j and "Ed "Thortori; $27, disorderly In Bradford County 'and 'escaped 6:00 ,tioned. Fair buftineo W. IL $:..OAO.e/, balance like rent. See
See SchedI' -
I L.. ... 1 agreed to carry out and bring conduct and from : to p. TO Pheil, Palatka Fla., Phone ES- owner on premises or John lira-
<" public intoxication. custody on the pretense of I tile abate y ... 3911. >tp, 7-21 ham Pvt., :, Box 54-U, Ztp 7-19

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yyyyyy.. y.y yyy. ........ ...................... afternoon. I Charles T. Smith,' :Mrs. GeorgeCanova 28.. The baby is Lauri Henderson. guests of Mrs. Fronie 'Moody last Paulson Normans.
Guest MinistersRev. ,' Mrs. S. E. McKay, Mrs. Misa Martha Ann Livingston Friday. They were on their way Mr. ,and Mrs. J. E Crews of Shirley Smith of Tampa 1 la

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy John Pearce' of Starkewas J.: Russell Young, :Miss Gertrude daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer to Kentucky on their vacation.' Miami were visiting the E. A. i spending,' several days here with
the speaker last Sunday in Houser and Mrs. John A. Per- Livingston of Jacksonville Beach.. Mrs.. Becky Johns ,spent Saturday Sapps last Monday. relatives.Mr. _
the absence of Rev. Malcolm Da- kins. is the guest of Miss Mary Ann to Wednesday with her sinters Mrs. Cleo Andrews was calledto and Mrs. Frank Crews and
Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421AAAAA.lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi vis, pastor of the First Baptist }Ir; and Mrs. Frank Cornerare Schaeffer. Martha is taking the Mrs. Thelma Brannon and the bedside of 'her son, Ervin, children of Wauchula Visited

, Church pf Keystone Heighta Mr. guests of Mrs. Corner's sister Life Saving Course at the beach Mrs. Inez Thornton, in Lake who lives in San Antonio, Texas. Miss Maggie Crews last Friday.

Pearce" will speak also on July and brother-in-law, Mr. ,and here.Walter We are "happy to report that he Happy birthday to Frank Fen
CAP Barbecue And Picnic game were: first place, score 14. He.and Mrs. Pearce were Mrs. Charles! S. Smith. Kortman of Chicagowas City.Mrs.. Mary Smith of Aiken is feeling much better. darvis on July 8.
The lake front home of Col 68 12| ;.Mrs. Logston and Mrs. welcomed by their many friends Mrs. Richard Johiucn and son a recent guest of the Wally S. C. has been viisting her sister, Mrs. Wilbert Mann and chil- Everybody come out to the
Harold Ashley in Melrose was Spiers;; second place, score 67 Muhlhofers. John Dukes for few Black Creek Association
in Keystone Heights. Mark are visiting Mrs. Johnson's Mrs.' a dren of Ocala were visiting her singing
the setting on Saturday July 6, 112| Mr. Karges arid Mr. Kyle; Rev.' Fred Yerkes is in chargeof parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs Paul Holl and Mrs. :Margaret days Mrs. Dukes and son, Thomas parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester this Sunday at 2 p. m. in the
when members of CAP groups third place, score 59, Mrs. Hus- services at St. Anne's Episcopal Tucker. They are from Norton, Tracy were hostesses fora returned to Aiken with Mrs: : Johns, last Friday. Highland Church. Bring your
from Keystone Heights. and sey and Mrs. Graham. No game Church in the absence of the Kansas. coffee party at the Holl homeon Smith for a .week's visit, last singers. *

nearby towns, and Jacksonville, was played on July 4. minister, Rev. Richard Byrd who's Henry Hall is enjoying a visitin Lake Geneva Friday morn- Sunday. 1\ '..........yy..YVYYY..9
Gainesville, Daytona Beach, and Father Of Resident Masses on vacation. Houston Texas with his uncle, ing, July 5. The party gathered Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs: NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Clearwater for the second Ralph Maxie Dennard, 62, of friends of Mrs. Holl and her Florida Statute
gathered I Business Takes Keystone John Hall. Mac Hall is in West Dukes Mr. and Mrs.
Troy were HIGHLAND I ..
Jacksonville, died at his home IB The Court of the Co ty Judge.
annual barbecue and picnic. Residents To AfricaW. Palm Beach and is visiting his daughters, who are staying for Ulysses Rhoden and Mr. and Bradford County Florida,
Some 200 guests were present there on Sunday. The funer J. Siprelle and C. J. Baste- uncle, W. J. McMillan. the month of July in Keystone Mrs Donald Dukes of Jackson- IB Probate '
held Tuesday iT By !(rl. Lacy Normaa In re: Estate of Rufus Moore, Dereased. -
service on
for the affair which, was in was lo and a third member of their Miss Edith Young of Coral Heights and friends of 'Mrs. .
i progress from 3 to 9 o'clock. the Hollyford Baptist Churcf irm from the Jacksonville area Gables, and Robert Daviau of Tracy, who has recently returned ville.Mr. AAAAAA'AAAAA/AAAAAAAAA To All Creditor and Persons Da.ID .-
and Mrs. A. L. Turner of Claim Dcmaada Acalaat
and burial was in the Moun i or
For entertainment the guests vill leave shortly for a business Hollywood, were weekend guestsof from an .extended visit in Said Estates
enjoyed boating water skiing, Pleasant Cemetery at WellbornMr. rip to Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. J. Russell Pittsburgh., i Ocala spent last week with the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Youngston You and each of you are herebynotified
Dennard was the father o Fonie Crews family Charley and'son'of Charlotte,'N. C. and required to presentany
archery and skeet shooting and Mprelle and their children are Young.Mr. claims and demands which yon
dancing later in the evening.I I Mrs. Lucile Foster of Keystone roving to their new home in and Mrs. Dan Morgan and ft1vf................. Crews went back with them fora spent a week here with friends or either ef you may have againstthe
week's visit. and relatives, and Mrs. Ruth estate of Rufus Moore deceased -
Capt., Roy Browning was chair- Heights. Dak: Hill, Jacksonville. During Bill Reynolds enjoyed a fishing 'LONG BRIDGE late cf said County, to the
assisted CAP For Bride-Elect Sorry to report that Mrs. Marr. County Judge of Bradford County
man and was by Supper Party their ten years of residence trip from the Jacksonville jettys
members of the Keystone Mrs. E. C. Weichel, Jr. war sere the Siprelle family has on Saturday. Members of the AND NEW RIVER Emily Moody is -' back on the Mr.and: 'Mrs.- Floyd Norman- Florida house of at said his County office in at the Starke court

Heights and Gainesvile Squad-I hostess at a supper and liner nade a large contribution to the party from Jacksonville were sick list this week. and ''son, and Mr. and Mrs. Florida, within eight calendar
rons. These, included Lt. Floyd I' shower on Wednesday evening a' ommunity life and have many Mr. and Mrs. Laville Richardson. Mrs. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr and Mr.a; Dinzel Thomasand Charles Mosley, all of 'Jackson- months publication from of the this time notice.of the Each first

Baker, Major Bert Christoffers. her lake front home honorinr "rienda. :Mr. Siprelle has served -. on of Lake Wales and Mrs. ville, spent the 4th here with claim or demand shall be in writing -
i and. shall state the place of
Lt Walter King, Capt. Felix: Miss Gloria Vickers, whose mar is member of Town Council and. Mrs Velma Stewart and Lois AJchideack of Tampa were the L. -Normans.. residence and post office address of
Wellman. riage to Michael S. Redfearn of 's 'active in the Catholic Club. daughter Susan of Tappan N. Y. Mr. and Mrs James Lavender visiting Mrs. Fronie Moody last Winifred Wilkinson, our song the claimant and shall be sworn to
Scouts Off To Jamboree Keystone Heights will take placeon Mrs. Siprelle has served as Pres- were guests last week of the Jr. are rejoicing 'over the birthof Tuesday and Wednesday.Glad leader, preached at Moniac, Ga. by and the any claimant such :claim agent or or demand attorney not,

Scouts Gary Chance and Mike July 16. Eighteen guests en- 'dent of the PTA, secretary of Charles Clarks. a daughter on June 26. Her to welcome back Mr. and Baptist Church last Sunday. so filed sEunice shall be Moore void
the affair. Among the The Lindsey Walkers are the name is Sharon Azeil. Mrs. Fernus of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rowe
Walrath left on Friday, July 5, joyed the Woman's Club, and has had Bailey As administratrix of the Estate -
from Jacksonville with. 86 other guests were the mother of the an active part in the Altar So- proud grandparents of their Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lane of who have moved their trailer and daughter of Jacksonville First publication of Rufus June Moore 21,deceased.1956.
r Scouts for the National Jam- bride-to-be and mother of the i ciety and Catholic Club. of St. ,second granddaughter, born. June St. Petersburg 'were dinner and are now living near the _spent the 4th with the Lacey 6/21 U 7/12
boree. These Scouts form 'Troop bridegroom-to-be Mrs. Montay i Williams' Catholic Church here.

I. Section 5,, from the North Vickers of Melrose and Mrs The first Mass of 'this churchwas .

Florida Council.. Their itinerary Huntley Redfearn. said in the Sipreile home
includes Richmond. Washington ReceptionMiss some seven years ago. Three ',

Dl: C., Baltimore, Philadel- Gladys Tillis entertainedwith other children of the family ;.. "
phia, and New York. They stop- a reception at her home on were married here and have -' ." '"'a
ped for church services enroute, Sunday afternoon honoring Mr. moved away. Their many friendsin ': ,;-" '.

saw Radio City the,Ed Sullivan and Mrs. McCoy M. Williams, Keystone Heights extend
Show* rehearsal, "What's My whose marriage took place recently good wishes to the Siprelles.

I Line?" television show, visited in the Community Church Power Squadron .MeetMr.
i UN and staten Ir and. The encampment of Keystone Heights Mrs Wil- and Mrs! E. C. Weicheland ..
will he at Valley liams is the former Mrs. Esther friends joined the Power -

t Forge, July 1218. On the way (Pat) Frah .r. Squadron boating trip, leaving i

home they will follow Skyline Mrs. D. O. Stewart kept the Jacksonville Beach on July 4.
I Drive and visit Natural Bridge: guest ''beek, Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, going to ,St. Augustine and Day-
Va. Mrs. Margaret Tracy and Miss tona Beach for the District
\ Duplicate Bridge {Nell Parker served punch. Fifty- meethv/ the Squadron. The :' 2T'.V
The winners of last week's I five guests called during the Jacks,wille Squadron was met
by ether Squadrons from the ax 9PI
area. They returned to Jackson-
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Valentine lf

HUNDREDS have moved their' Mobile Home a' t1 rs

to .a new location ,on) the Haw- wr ? ? \
throne Road near the Gainesville S1
of details are managed and economic- Open Air Theater where they

ally attended that only a trained and together with the Francis j'v .
careful organization can attend when Egans, will soon open a sales Sun-brella / ;

the urgent need! for serving is at location for the Mobile Homes. i '

hand.DeWITT. They will be associated with
4 John Hodge of Starke. Mr. and i .
-a K MpuEgan; will continue to make Days : '0
home in Keystone Heights. rare
The following Keystone vis "

.. Phone. 7 Starke, Fla. __,_. itorwere honor guests at a /" \

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ron Prevatt at her homa on Lake .,. ,
local funeral home nablfe u to otter co&Tenlencei and Brooklyn on Tuesday morning, ... I'
ervleM sot tharwlM ayallable. July 2. Mrs. Dwight Arnold -

",, I'I. sister *of 'Mrs. Prevatt, Mrs. .:"' of' :c ___ I 'L ,"
Frank Corner, who is visitingher .
W., forma the hlfhut ''type service at lowest price, and sister, Mrs., Charles T. ;:' ;.. :' .: : I ,

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eoapaaj, U payment k part .r In full on a funeral.l. Miss Roberta Brown, who are '
funt .: _
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you %fth maps and road .Information and with' radiator filled..;your windows cleaned off the ..'S" .-_" :" .
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'mo POINT for .theyou Denver Thompson, Defendant. you are required to serve a copy of fessed by ;youThipnotleb.
the 4th at Salt Springs.. 'y mite.'Come" In and se- Case No. 10-2238 your answer or pleading t_ the com. shall. fee MfcU h 4
-- .Mrs. Lavon Crosby and Mrs. Kctlre T* Appear '.' plaint on' the plaintiffs Attorney once each week for four coaiecutlT
led yourlfavorite ESTBKBBOOK To: Denver; Thompson whose residence T. Frank Landrum P, 0. Box 546, weeks 10 the Bradford Cetity T le-
V. E. Thornton returned )home Fountain .Pen: TELEGRAPH and address Is: 5430 Camp Starke, Florida graah' .
THE REFRIGERATORADVANCE Sunday'from'Camp: ,Stewart .Ga- '. Etowie Blvd., Fort Worth Texas. and file the original the tfflce of Dated this 18 day //of Juaa 1157.
; Too are Hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01 (OmCJJLLSEAL. ) Charles A. Darby
; after a vfcit with V. & and .KOTICB TO AfPEAB1m suit for divorce, custody and, before the Clerk of the 'Circuit Court
i Clrnft Cevrt. Bralford'Ceaaty, control of minor children 22 day of July 1957: By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Lavon. rlerilas.:.Ja'CbMeQ'.. -has been filed against you In the otherwise the allegations of-.t 1/21 4t 7/11
E. IL ..1111IIII. McRae '
: Visitors at the -H. M. -
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( Soil r Conservation Mra. A. ..F.)< Pall' and, family of d.

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mra Robert K

N-E-W-S Taylor of. Olustee, rand Mrs. 4 +
i / Laura McRae of Waldo. Mr.-Mc-- rxr : ,
By Bill Baas
Rae's sister,.Mrs. .F! rence Haiti-
I Boll ConservattoB Service wanger'pf Jacksonville, is visiting -

the .McRaesthis.. week. M:

Asked J. R. Wainwright ,how .Rev. and .Yrj'O,.;J.'Raulerson i iyY

PHILCDSUPER i of KiKunmee. have. Just Arrived
Argentine Bahia 'tfor
was coming
a visit with the H. M.
along.. He says it. is growing. off : kt.r
Raes. Rev. Raulereon -will be on
fine .and' making plenty .of. .graz-l Radio 1220 at Kissimmee starting -
ing. ,'Nookie said, "You can :see
'Monday July 15; Station
the difference between the. two
WRWB each morning at 6:45 to
MARKETERKeeps : Bahias. The Argentine has Wee .
the growth and I fertilized them 7: and. Sunday morning from <

....io the same" Argentine Bahia 'has 9 to '9:30.: Rev. Raulerson is

I a larger leaf and according ,to Baptist missionary'Church pastor In"at Kissimmee.He Temple. ti .
several folks who have it ..
say' enjoys the fish stories told
freshdays h hL
meat their cows eat It readily.
he ltaasn'thad
around here although
Lucian Hazen and C.. V. 'Ing e- "Y
right used the District's fertilizer the privilege of going fishing 7 L\4

distributor. They 'both fertilized .yet.i ,I Ii.

their permanent J>astur s. Mr, ,
Ingleright ,also made a requestor "" 4 1.- t r
longer ;:
a soil ..conservationarjp> i. #
plan. The land lines of hia farm BRQIIK.ERt:
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has been located on aerial photo-

graphs and a request for a soil I Ii i 'By 'Mrs. Jeyee .C* U. t ,

I survey has been made. Makingof I ..
without freezing !If a, soils,,map. of a farm is the ,I rw...................... 1 nit FoMone 500! Club Vldeita( wilt! tod

first step in making a'complete II.I. .The,'New,River-Baptist( Church Air midium-priwd Conditioning eon, costs without Un air 11ee coedlioa e/eny,

soil and water conservation i will }begin a revival Monday
f farm plan. These soils maps i nightl fillJ5, -J:yith .Rev .Fred Fords, ..
show the different, types of soils] I Green ofJackaonviiIli in charge ; ., 1.-",."' ,..'... ( ..::

s Y'it : aT, on the farm and give the farmer I Sunday; ""July" 21.wiU i>evpome-; i.' i ...,-.. ', --- "': w ', V J. I\.':
:o? y+Y::.aKy..:., and soil conservationist pictureof :and*eveiyon is invited : I
a coming
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k Y rp''Y which land to use ,for pastureand to] .attend., jhq<<: church was .presented wins the Ib ttle' f the builds:
which land is best suited new and
/;.a. a pulpit... .; table'.' ', :J
;3x for crops. This'Is only Qne of the chairs: by JKr >!).d.,Mrs.. T. '..]B.. k': "

many services that the.Soil Conservation Edwayds'ot'jVorthingtpn.. : : t, *" I
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Service gives to farmers Sgti 0. and W I t 4 y
C. Hayes Sgt. ,,
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: of Bradford County through Franklin. Belvoir, '
lend people b r For& heceuIe of their 1oRg. ,
the cooperation of the Bradford Va were .house 'guests of. Mr.
low, wWIte- ollecting looks. Do you blame them?
Soil Conservation. District, and Mrs, Guy Harrell last week..
But ibis uty alone isn't enough to earn for a car the
The Soil Conservation Service
,Mrk :Eva .Harrell spent last
And that's what
Ho..1 in
helps land owners prepare: a week yin .Lake City. with.'}fr: and spot' t. e
real of Fords a T
ford has earned. The secrets success ,
a vF
conservation plan that providesfor Mrs,, Paul Emory, ;xy 1 y+
various alternatives in the SM ) Mr. and 'Mrs. Ned Hicks and '
/ features! Ford shares them .. 4
look ** a few of these only
use and treatment of the land .
sPent the weekend with
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With Nbotaumber America's most ip n [ve can,
within its needs and capabilities: ; n4 Mrs. Wflson" Rusa'In 4 .
Mr ,
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as shown by the, map and jn I I Apopka. &HI jfosi get at prices, er- 'J< I .... \ ;.- .
accordance with the decision of : ;.C' -tr' ,
Mrs, Iva McKinney of Auburn 1 -4 <#0

the Individual regarding type of dale 'spent 'the weekend with -Mr. Ford role Add offers 0 frame oV: '.rim.... .KM. pwwfT OH rwflk, DMnpy roods, .. Only Ford, among ofl, '

I. operation he disires to follow. and Mrs. C. T. Atkinson- .and .oi.r- .leis. von ride within the fraM. ally balances 'every V-8 engine wiule. ,.W s

The conservation plan includes Mrs.! 'Joyce. Castien.. .. ; lor greater roominaM, Sari. 0. Only Ford in its fleW offers 01 mony M operating wider As.own powefc

I.-.in the exclusive 33-degree zone anticipation, for land use and '.Mr. and Mrs.. W.. D. 'ndwell ofAujiurhdale li.oollinea4ond bin oNd.iii.,. Ave strengthening roof iron members for 0'sJwrt
soil and water management, and the C '. : rigid roof i.. fired qviot std sof.,. 9. .Only Ford is ih Md effeft to rOy ..
for conservation and use of cub were visiting t. Ford in its n.Id a 1'* y' / "COLD L. 'Atkins ni.! last .Friday. : with rigid, deep-Wock design for such A food weather conditions.
FLOW" MEAT LOCKER tivated :land, grassland, and engme! 6. Only Ford offers a IOVlngfullOf' and -
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan CormaH- ealoa her. quiet,!",.I longer-ved .operatic Ford Six beat all other ears in the 195? .

I woodland.- Jr.. and children: .of'Ocala. ,.andMinor' .. : Ford mih: field' offer avfomorftvofiabltMte Mobilgas Economy'' KM II'the miles-per. K>..Only Ford in its field offers ieidl a weft

j f No 'longer do you have.to cook hamburger or chop ....................... )' 'I Polkof, Alach.ua .were' 4th" Only rear spring that automaticallyedjutf gallon! department! seated/weather body wherever for.9ceater. ,fre travel OM..IIiotn.* dull kl,

| within a day or two of purchase. Nor do you have to of July' efts'of: << the. W. 'T; to give a smoother.rids MkowiewglifkeMadeofldilfoM. aoI.OAIy'ordiAlthtdol..afra".- "' .wilt' and you- 1. :

|'r freeze them, then wait hours for thawing.Just store CLAY HILL' Blairs.. "and 'Mrs. Wallie- Crews, of rMr. s I tubular cross members. There are 5, snore 11. Only Ford fete hid offers i ft/Ir'do/

| them in'the revolutionary new "Cold Flow" Meat ., : : 4. o y fotd IM iK fold{ offer MW "** \ members inall enabling Hte kolas 19tfurand assist .springs 'and Imposition front .doarj
Locker found in Melrose are spending a few days 1' : & Ao siteel ITOM aN dretfioni .4It theW far easier entfcuue Old.IX"
the .
I only Super Marketed by:' Hri. J. L. StrieklandrWAAAAUWAILLAWIUA with Mr.. and'Mrs. 'G.- B. Colaon., ..l...... .

J Steaks, poultry, and cold cuts will stay fresh longer .. : .. IM..L, '- '-
I _.Min paui\ Prescott. and" child .. \':. -,r..K ". ilmboatf IW II J. I- ,, .iVOvy;&
than ever before too and without of' y .... 4. ; 1:;3
freezing f ;
dren. .Bartow a.e. visiting"Mrs... : ," '. .458tS: ,: .;J,,9
i We were glad ,to have.Ward Doshie Prescott. '1 .,.I''f..:;:. .. t MUAI."Of ORD ":''.'.,;>''tr.'P I.--
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the and
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( Y : some time. Also glad to have The Brooker Baptist Church s

Sis Austin, ''who Is :recovering
t: is Vacation.Bible
"In Motor
from a case of shingles. Gertie .Co.
this.week., .. .. __. r ews .
t\; Faircloth is on the sick list

:?'.. again and was unable to I attend I 'YOU'LL LOVE the,mew.Esti.: .

church Saturday night and Sun- brook prase-size fdnotata.pens j M .
-...: day.Rev. I pastel shades.,Only, $5.09, at Brad I

Patterson preached for prd.- County. .TglegraplL. T ,.
us .Saturday night-had: 'five i -

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were well taken care of. Next t I ..._ ......

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papers over to Faye England forbeing elf..trorskss I 11N, ../ :.? i ,. X\,<, : .
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YYYYYYYYYTYTYYTTYYYYYTTTYYYYTYYTTYYTVTTYTTYTTYTY1NEWS an open mind. Perhaps you are your "Civic Responsibility"" and No invitations are being sent the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel This notice shall be publishedonce (OFFICIAL SEAL) .

OF INTEREST TO COLORED wondering what prompted us to u.singYh8t You Got"? right here but friends of the couple are in- Monday afternoon at, 2 ,o'clock weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- Charles Clerk A. Darby of the, Circuit- Court.

write you in this manner. One in Starke? We arrive, here at a vited.A with Rev. Rhoden officiating. graph. I By Marlon L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Dated this 18 day of 1957. 1 /21 4t 7/18
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Saturday afternoon we looked universal law of life and of God, reception will be immediately Interment was in the Lawtey a June

from our kitchen window of our Resources and powers are givento after the wedding in the par- Cemetery.

By Ozora J. Shell home in Reno and saw an out- those who use what resources sonage. I
I of-town truck and they have. "Measure
tAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACinderella & laundry coming powers The Forward ll n's' Club' of ,
down Jenkins street filled to its your powers, not your problems"To Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church will NOTICE TO APPEAR

Ball church. capacity with laundry which -( be continued next week.) hold its ,regular meeting Sunday IB Clr .lt Court, Bradford CoMty, RENAULT 4CV.X1395.00 j :
"Be down to get you in a Bethlehem Freewill Baptist would travel for 38 miles and Mr. and Mrs. John Willie Hall, morning July'14th after Sunday Florida I. Chancery. .
Lucy Norris Gilchrlst, Plaintiff, vs.
taxi honey, better be ready 'bout Church, Rev. L. McKay, pastor, return to Bradford County the announce the engagement of School. Rev. Clarke will be in O'Neal Gilchrlst Defendant. .

half past eight, because we held regular services all day following Saturday. We wondered their daughter, Miss Ruby Lee charge.At Notice To AppearTo Case No. 10-2228

don't want to be late, tomorrow Sunday. There was one candidatefor if all the good people of Hall, to Rudolph Rova, nephewof ,8:00 P. M. Sunday The : O'Neal Gilchrlst -.whose'resi
night at the Cinderella Ball." Baptism at 7:30 Sunday Starke knew our own Amos Williams Mrs. Felicia Stevens of. Ocala, Forward Men's Club will dence and address is: Unknown. 0 UPS
The Carnation Club sincerely Invites morning, Brother Jerry Sand- who the Florida. sponsor You are. hereby. notified that a
was first to drive The Sensational Singing Trum- suit No Trade Needed Long Terms!

you to attend their second ers. On Sunday night, Slater the moat modern and newest Miss Hall U a graduate of pets, of Jacksonville, Florida. for divorce, care, custody and
annual affair which will be held Prince Joined our church. She truck for our local laundry. He control of. minor children has To 50 MILES PER GALLON4Door
1957 R. J. E. High School, Admission: silver offering. been filed againstyou
at RJE high school cafetorium, was a member of the Baptist is not the Amos of the Bible, Statfce Florida. in the above named Court and
Friday, July 12, at 8 p m. The Church in Moultrie Ga. Mrs. but he is still going about in the cause and you are required to servea
Mr. Rova is a graduate of INFANT GRIFFIS copy of your answer or pleadingto Heater Automatic Choke Adjustable Seats
last meeting was held at the Martha Roberson of Moultrie, community doing good and is the complaint on the Plaintiff's'Attorney
home of Mrs. Bernice Morris in Ga. was the winner of the box ready and willing to serve you. Howard High School, Ocala and Rosa Mae Griffis, infant Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Safety Trim on Dash and Windshield Frame

South Starke on Highway 301 at of groceries last Thursday night What about our other friends attended Tuskegee Institute, daughter of George' and Bessie Florida 2, Florida Title Building, Jacksonville Service and Parts Always Readily Available

which time plans were completedfor Thanks to all who made this who work at other, local clean- Tuskegee, ,Alabama. Thomas Griffis died July 6 in and'file the original In the office of IMPORTED CAR CENTER, Inc. .
the purchase of the glass project a success. The I Can Circle The wedding will be an eventof a' local hospital. She was born in I the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor '
before the 22 day of July. 1410 San Marco Blvd. Jacksonville Fla.
? Would want them to ,
ers ,
slippers. The $64,000 question is will meet at the home of you Juply 14th at 3:00: P. M. at Starke on Dec. 21; 1955. I I 1957; otherwise the allegations of

who will be able to wear the Sister Anna Thomas on Satur- run out of work by not assuming Mt. Pisgah AAL ,E. Church. .Funeral services were held in confessed said Compaint by you.'will be taken as PHONE FLANDERS 9.1240

slippers and who will l be Prince day night She enjoyed our last

Charming tomorrow night? meeting so much that she has :::

Plenty of free refreshments will asked us to return and meet

be served. Mrs. Corean McNeil, with her pray and sing for her .

president; R. B. Cohen, reporter. so that she will soon be strong -

Boy Scout News again. Corns out and join us. > ti f..fAi.M "f. .

of The Starke Boy had Scouts a victorious of Troop July 71 Gladys USE Blye WHAT, reporter.YOU GOT! III \, ,jJ !Ii"'"J.}fJ\J- P\t1J ft Guard thisTHE ..1UmrJ11l1(1UmUflWtvlem.. 1eJe%;/. III

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4 by playing their find; softball ,'. -- ,. -
An Editorial
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game of the season and winning I .
Your editor wil write a seriesof
from Green Cove Springs 168. I t.. Y I
articles during the next few
Scoutmaster Marshall is askingall Vrf. 0" +e r.k t r ra. yw. } a.,: J. + ; ,; w..?' '. ax{$.",
h f : ,
weeks in the interest of the 44q r pt 6: .r f { a. yr members of the team to come i rtpc
fourth wider goal of education, \ k"'t'. tk.K
to practice every afternoon at t t
"Civic Responsibility." It is your My'Y fi... p"
/C" e x ar't x : f fir
until time to ?Y"
& m. go camp.
civic duty as a citizen of Starketo I Sc ,*.i ? } xYL .." ?y
Scouts going to Green Cove included t' y C.C''t" 's C+ '' .+.:a e 0t'
: Willie Kelly, Edward register before the books closein h t 9 :;+ y- ,:; >
August so that you will be .y Yt r' :p gg3'
: : 4'Ew :
$ d.'y.
Jones, Levi! Dexter, Richard a r 'k
eligible to vote in the city elec- :',S.d' r.
Neal, Robert Powell Rudolph )t 'r ""IYx, 1
tion. Your editor has lived in ..a. {, }
Powell, Mosa Mitchell Dan FlemIng ,,.p.
Charles Covington, James, Starke for three years that have R t 4;t .saa: 4 'Yx +xpjA.: .%'hd.t': -: j .r'

John and Richard Diggs, B. T. been delightful profitable and of:.' xc.a4 s '?sj ? 5.; ,"ia .
4 a"
interesting. We have worked >.: R'Y ; : .t y TP ; idtY
Martial Jr., Lonnie Coleman, very kr .. t4 p x p9' Y, ra..a .k rsi. Na >.
hard through the .P Z J4 4 4 d + .prc. a 9w"
years h W.r t\ ts "' r +
Clifford Hudson, Johnnie Pitt- J'n'qp ,. r, n
through college and many places
man, Chester Crum Alphonso
Starke. We :r
before coming to n
Jenkins Edward Parks John m
had the good fortune of workingfor #'x' ,+
Givens and John Hall. Charles >p4}: : : ' zYY
r. Mip t ri't'4r
, eight years at Brooker T.
Covington, reporter. Q a
Washington High School, Atlanta -
American Legion AuxiliaryThe Ga., where there is a huge 'tPtl aVnd.: J:S,tr eg y eY" 'N a t;;1, %'atN n f.y:"iGtttate..nYt s.npX+'S :. aa;} ''>+i2".,t:.")six;;It Ja af'-y w%:>t 'C., THE GEM JEWELRY"Starke's

American Legion Auxiliary bronze statue erected in his hon- .. "::7t.3.3',{'i" +?Fr.>?'"..t :wr afir.

of Post 314 met Sunday at or. In 1910 Brooker T. Washington -
1rF:, r k4'w. 'fL.'a K'pa..> wr.Y ka., kyss
r: y. p
? p : Leading Jeweler"
RJE. The members gave $11 to founder of Tuskegee Institute FARMERS SUPPLYA. .,..

the Boy Scouts which will send spoke at the Atlanta Exposition ,, ', t. ,'otyi x
a +a
a deserving, underprivileged boy and said: "To thoM of R. JohnsonCONWAY'S

to Camp Coacoochee for one. my race who under estimate the

week. Scoutmaster<<; Marshall Is importance of cultivating a .
asking for other donations, from friendly relation with the South- )} '+y 6x 1i }' :x!> STARKEBUILDERS

organizations merchants, or in- ern white man, I say, "Cast SERVICEAt '"

dividuals. There are about 38 Down Your Buckets Where You
members and he would like to ;?j!.,p SUPPLY
Are. It was Washington who ,p 4 RS dy)! I Ix
take all of them but 'some of lifted the veil of ignorance fromus

the parents have many other and pointed the way to pro- UNION BUS STATION

children and, are..unable to send gress through education and Industry n
those that are Scouts.. "Now is .
the time for all good men to FLORIDA
:Most of us are fortunate en- ,
the aid'of "
come to Scouts.
ough to earn our daily bread in

men were named by President give to Starke the best we haveso

Shell for 1957-58 term: Membership the best will come back to 'us.

Mrs. Sophia: Royal; I What about you? Are you using COMPANY ,

Child Welfare, Mrs.' Martha the economic resources we havein -

Whitley; Rehabilitation Mrs. Starke? We know that the WESTERN AUTO

Mary Lee Frazier; Publicity, only basic difference between

Mrs. Corean McNeil; Music, Mrs. the department stores of Starke' ASSOCIATE STORE
Annie Jane Dell; Americanism. Jacksonville, Lake City, Gainesville .

Mrs. L. M. Royal, which will include and other cities may be SMITTY'SBARBER COURT OR CHURCH. WHICH? J. F. Jaudon

Girls State which will be size, but the merchandise.ia justas SHOP When the, gavel falls and court sentence ,has been pronounced', have started late, In re-

organized 'this term; National good. The same is true of the forming the juvenile delinquent. That Is not to say, however; that we abandon all hope and

Security, Mrs. Grace Lone Civil furniture stores and grocery Dennis Smith cease to try. But ,the hygienic ,maxim"an oun Ce of prevention is worth a pound ol I cure,' applies -
Defense Mrs Sallie Williams stores. Fortunately the gasoline '
equally well to all of our children. GIB BROWN'S
Community Service, Mrs. Sallie stations are about the same size \
and the the There is, of course,' no substitute'. for proper parental guidance. .Juvenile delinquents
Randolph; Education and Scholarship prices are same. as .a '
Mrs. Beulah J. Lennon; Compare if you will the expenses rule' do not come from families where the parents play with, ,teach and devote time to their SERVICE STATION

Finance, Mrs. Ethel Young; involved when you go to the big W. L. THIGPENBUILDER children.

Poppy Chairman Mrs. Pauline stores in Jacksonville to make A church, where the whole family attends s ervices 'and functions regularly,' Is the greatest

Marshall A comprehensive re- purchases-did you gain or did auxiliary parents have in child guidance. For the training of the mind and heart In things not
port was given by Division you lose? Do you believe in us- *
I materialistic there Is Institution that can replace the church. It -can be a source of
.. profound
President Marshall on the meet-! ing what you have home rather FRED'SMARINE
Ing that was held in Gainesville. than abroad? Brooker T. Wash- Phone 297-J Joy for the whole family-let's see. yon and your children -In church this Sunday, and every

last Sunday. Membership cam-. ington further said "I Will Let Sunday therafter. t CENTER

paign is on and all females of No Man Drag :Me Down So Low

As To Make :Me Hate Him." We
veterans of age are invited to ,
'" Fred .Graudon
Join. See any 'member' and they don't hate other people because HARDY BROTHERS

will tell you how to apply. Mrs. they are of a different race, .1

Sophia Royal Is chairman: Ozo- color or creed. We who are

ra Shell, president; c. McNeil, Christians recognize God as our MOTOR CO. JOHN A. TOR ODE BROWNLEECHASTEEN

reporter. Father, Christ as our Redeemer, -- .

Church News: Most of the and man our Brother, which .. .. &

reporters for the churches must emphasizes the "Fatherhood of .
be on vacation for we have not God and the Brotherhood of L.,T -'. ', .;_/ ; +DISTRIBUTOR FOR I >
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received your news. Church I:Man." ":-:..., ; ,
highlights include regular Com- These articles are not designedto .; "
munion services at most of the try to tell you what to do be- :" ".";" ', ..' .
churches in Starke. New Hope cause the vital issues of life are STATE BANK \.:. ...,:)[ ;. .GASOLINEFUEL .: GREASE .
Baptist Church..Rev..L W. Mos- directed from within. We cannot \ .\ .. VOLLEY STARLING'S
ley pastor, Ordained Brother see your heart but we do beg Of Starke .', :'. OIL '
Tom Marks Sr. as deacon of the you to read these. articles with *
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