Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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( new Florida State Prison, to be constructed about

:A nine miles northwest of Starke, will cost in 'the neighbor

) hood of $15,000,000 and should be "one of' the finest, most

r George Her!, 9th modern, and best-planned in the world," R. 0. Culver, dir-

at .BUS, surveys hat's left ector of state prisons, told The Telegraph:'yesterday,
bead of hair after he ordered
I, ft.1thnno-h g h need f or expedn t'm,d ,
pedal" In a local barber I the project is critical, Culver continued.

emphasized that "prison planning Culver stated that around, 20 1
: is slow" and
necessarily '
new homes will also be constructed
said that actual constructioncould for the use of additional .........
: It not possibly begin under staff in 'connection'ith the
\ new
1.Fa } seven or eight months: He estimated .
I ; another three years would
_);) :1 ? then be required for construc 1957 Legislature appro.
tion. c,*> priated $11,000,000 for the statewide -

"We are going to build a com prison construction '''pro-
S plete new institution gram. Cluver said that around
f the director
: said. He $7,500,000 of this amount will
predicted, however -
't a" that due to the tremendous he spent on the new institution
a 1 growth of prison the about nine miles northwest of
} I, ... population
I present buildings will be needed Starke.
(left) and Charles, con- j by the time the new constructionis "We asked for only what we

.4 Some of the numerous I I finished and will continue to could spend in, the. next two
be used. years," he said in explainingthat
I I "We I the total construction pro-
Y are averaging a net gain
of I gram here would run around
term at BHS-plans to take 77 prisoners each month he i
I designs as a career. j said. "At the present time we. 15000000.
I have 2,500 prisoners crowded into At a meeting in Tallahasseeon
i however is a student at I '
in J buildings designed for a capacity Tuesday the Cabinet adoptednew
College Cumberland. I
of 1,500. If the trend con- policies that will temporarily -
and plans a career in re tinues we will have a prison reduce the population cf"dangerously"
population of from ,3,500 to 4pOO.i overcrowded! Rai-
) local brothers
w'thin the next two 'earE;." he I (Continued on Page 8)
honors competition. with -
: \ 31,000. other: ,youngsters '
:!i : : the. nation, in the an th

contest sponsored. by the
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; entered. his/first/ car in
; and won second place in
In 1954.a sports car he
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state and
I : swept region
Intersection."J;. ;
and. won. him' a trip to
:: In 1955: with" a hardtop -<*".
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I he again copped state and
Yul Brynner, male movie : ,
; : honors and another: trip s
I George one better with his
His. 1956 model won
version of the ,ultimate In .
; : r place honors!' in Florida.
hairdos. Brynner is credited : I hit the ackpot with his

ing the fad for nude noggins first entry a hardtop he

ageiVln some ,parts of the } in 1955 taking top x
and regional honors, in-
any rate'U's cool, says. YuL '
.. the Detroit trip. He re
; in 1956 with a red and

'. sports ,model that was&t fJ
eye-catcher. _.
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Local Guard Units Rated ; Mrs.parents J. T. of Kirkland the boys of Mr..St. CLOSED FOR ALTERATIONS might be the feign hung on this de-

Street are naturally funct moonshine still near Keystone Heights after a July 11 raid

of the honors won by their by law enforcement officers. Below: Delivery of this hefty load of
Win Other Honors On
and give' them every en shine was halted when cans, car, and operator were taken Into cus-

in their hobby. tody by Deputy Charles R. pox. .

Men of the two local National \ Kirkland concedes how-
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Guard units (Co. B, Camp Bland- 14 j
ing, and Co. C, Starke) returned I I .
Sunday afterrtoonIrom two weeks Fine
Against Iii
encampment at Fort Stewart Ga. \ In r i .l .
with a $17,950.09 payroll in their : ( ) J f c

their pockets records.and superior ratings on Made Get-Away I 1 -

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Company B, with a number of A #
long-time experienced drivers: in S. 301 : I anticipate the return I iL
Us ranks, was rated by Gen. Maxwell tey license more than 60 days I
Snyder as' the best convoy builder Green said. 1
unit In the battalion making the his .
trip to StewartLt. : the time of his arrest, May
Knight AWOL from the Ocala jail
Rodney P. Hall, commanderof Z"i
: he was serving time for
Co. B, was also presented the I $20,000.
violations. His license
State trophy for having the unit i OfThe'
The revoked
on April 29 for an
with the highest figure of merit
I SR 125 period and has been
In rifle marksmanship during the I
which or revoked several
range practice season of 1956. Co.
B was likewise re-awarded the I and is I previously.
Mrs. I I .
battalion for four
trophy having 100 produced a page
per cent of its personnel qualified has record on May showing _
with the highest qualification average and prison records dat I r- .J

with individual weapons. tel back to 1937. Sheriff P. D. t
Night t
Both local Guard units were the said that hold orders on I
given ratings of superior C the and had been received from I I

highest awarded) by the Regular several and Alachua counties. .
Army Inspection .Board_ ing .to asked the court "to not I y.

,Co. C (Starke) is especially in mind past charges, none I I

proud of its mess section,. under his ---'-. were tnn SArimia" since .
SFC John L. Alvarez, which was "You was injured. I I A large moonshine still in an ment were brought to the, jail !
Judged the best in the battalion. : land was more or less of a tech- oak thicket near Keystone in Starke. .1 I
Rains during 'the first week of that he happened to be Heights was destroyed Thurs Cox began. investigating the t
'encampent put the men "in mud without a license" Green day July 11, in a raid led by still on Wednesday as the rjesult ; \ i 1

up to their knees" and the sec At :' Deputy Sheriff Charles R.. .Cox. of a tip he 'had. received. He and. t

ond week was' dry and dusty. was arrested Saturday One man was. arrested and an an ,assistant went to the site ,

Georgia mosquitoes pack a wale To at a restaurant on US 301 automobile confiscated along Wednesday .and returned about.
lop equal to of even, exceeding I with the moonshine. manufacturing 5 p. m. Thursday, Two men. at "
their Florida cousins, the men The of Starke. Testimony re" equipment._ : the site fled on the arrival of the 7
report and their. raids were especially day that three men-Deputy .Reuben Mosley of Maxville officer. Cox hid in the bushes,at
Fate Brown' and
noted while in pup tent dation Russell was. arrested;by Cox as he was the site while his assistant left,
during the second week's bivouac. Police and Douglas Hardy- getting into his automobile loaded with the deputy nabbing Mosley
One tank belonging .to' Co. B needed to put the handcuffs with moonshine near the when he came back for the car.
bogged down in a spring duringthe Call with May striking two still. Mosley is charged with A state trooper also aided the'raid
rainy spell and almost disappeared Florida men in the scuffle. May possession of moonshine with by watching for the opera

from sight before it suffered a bruised ear from bond set at 2500. tor on the highway. '
he received from
was finally hauled out by cater- been Hardy About 30 five-gallon containers Neither Cox nor Deputy
pillars after several'' hours of spot episode. of shine were in the car and Sheriff Fate Brown knew the
struggle.Co. ; action against May began several more were at the still. capacity of the still but Brown

B, with 106 enlisted men have his car collided with one Officers said a total of 48 five said it was one of the largesthe

and five Officers at camp, had a the two Negro boys were gallon containers filled with the had seen since being deputy,
did not and
May stop
payroll of 9733.42 for the two- illicit liquor were seized. Mosley had already been found
observing the incident
week period, while Co. C. with On : About 120 fifty-five gallon guilty of a federal whiskey
him. They all pulled in
E. I charge and
88 enlisted men and officers was out on bond
seven I resturant where the two drums of mash. were destroyedat
at Stewart drew' a total of -. I awaiting sentence when arrestedby
J8.216.67. officers were eating. After the still and the cooker, tubs Cox. Besides being deputy,
same .
.M words, May was arrested. a' water pump and other equip- Cox is marshal! of Hampton..


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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy TYYTTTYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYT 'vyvvvv 1YY YY. yyyy H. Harley, Mrs. Jeanette Gas- Commissioners of said County in as they may desire. .
the office of the Clerk of Circuit Given by order of the Board of {
editorial'Fishing kins Sophia Adkins and Mrs. Court at Starke, Florida at 10:00 County Commissioners of Brad-
Farmer's DiaryBy GRAHAMBin. Eva Whitaker. Mr. Harvey was O'clock A. M. August. 5, A., H. ford County, Florida. July 1,' A. D.
1957 for the purpose of hearing 1957.
t elected moderator; of the association complaints and receiving testimony (SEAL)
a SaarMcGarvfv' -- John M'cKlnney I ,, for the coming? year. as. to the value of any property, Charles A. Darby, Clerk.
1 v *; real,'personal, or intangible person. July 12, 19. 1J57.
College' Suggested AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJohn Mrs P. B.' Johns had as guests al as fixed by the said County
9 his Assessment
Assessor of Taxes on -
$9 or $9.50 a unit now. There'sgold this week her mother of Baldwin'and ... .
Rolls for the year 1957 .
As Tourist Attraction In them thar fastgrowingpine McKinney celebrated his sister of DuneDon ? and for the, .purpose of perfectIng / GOT ft _
trees' 70th birthday; anniversary last Teceiving and equalizing such
'Mrs. Sarah Bleasdale of
t a e t Sunday. Thirty-nine friends and Gainesville weekend assessment!Th County Assessor Taxes and } 1
:'An was the COLD
interesting "kicked around"at SUMMER
proposal was relatives including eleven of his the Board of County Commissioner -
Got to find us some one who guest of Mrs. Orene Cowart and
a meeting of Chamber of Commerce directors children celebrated with him may continue in session from j
is okra and family.Mr. day to day for one week or as
buy mess
last week. The discussion ran something like a and enjoyed; a basket: lunch at long las necessary. r TARE ? ','
of it. It's funny, but when we and Mrs.. Johnny .Bennett All persons owning propertysubject .
this: noon. to assessment in Bradford .. forsymptomatic#
Raiford dinner
came here we had seen okra of : were Sunday (
A lot of tourists pass through Starke-but only once or twice in our lives, Everyone was sorry:to hear of guests of the G. L. Sapps. appear County,at Florida such meeting are notified, or meetings to p

they "pass through" too quickly.A Saw a sight this week that has but after raising it and eatinga the death of Frank; TV Abernathy Everyone enjoyed the two to make such complaints or ,
:testimony as to the value of
goodly number spend one night in Starke just about disappeared from the lot, we now think it is one.,of formerly of Graham.: He died weeks of Vacation Bible' Schoolat any property, real 'or personal as RELIEF//,

motels and eat a meal or two in local restau- farming scene in this area-a the most delicious vegetables. Monday night of last week'at North Side' Approximately- fixed--'-',by upon the hi County s assessment Assessor rolls of
the home of his daughter in 85 attended
field of cotton in full bloom. This v regularly.
rants-BUT, if we had some attraction to hold \ : '
one is over near Dukes Station, this Ocala. The Black Creek. Assoca* nal FROM ACHIROPRACTOR'S
them Tobacco market opened '' %i A CASE RECORD .
here two three
they might spend or has movedto
Mrs.F. M. Griffin*
and it was pretty as a picture. week, and it will be payday for Sunday School meeting will be FILE
nights instead of one and eat a dozen meals And to think that at one time the leaf growers who have worked Gainesville and will .be missed held Thursday, July 18, at 7:30p.

instead of two.Admittedly cotton was'one of the principal so hard and so long for their very much' in our:community.Mrs. m. ,,at Picfcettville Church. t By Dr. H. G. Bellinger

Starke has no night clubs, no crops around, here. crop. We've heard some say that John Moody is on the Sunday School workers. let's attend ; Case- No. 5602

wide white beach, no outstanding buildings of berries are harder to raise than 'sick list' and we hope she will this' :meeting 4 and bring A man 87 years old injured his back

historical significance, and no natural "wonders" When Marvin Rosier sold his tobacco, but tobacco growers be better soon. Ward and back the banner. b' b and had been unable to work for about 10days.
and Mrs. Aleen
such as are boasted by other sections of Pig Parlor full of pigs a while argue the other way. Mr. spending a week's vac- la -Tie Clreult Court of ElgkthJmdltlal The patient not only suffered back'
the State. ago the 12 No. 7's weighed a total a baby are and Circuit of Florida U and pain but severe pain in the thigh and calf
ation her parents, .
with Far Bradford County.la
: of 2,320 Ibs. or. an averageof Looks like we've been acceptedhere k'
What then do we have that would place us Mrs. 'Leon 193 Ibs. each He got,19 centsa at last. Alice planted a slip No. 10-21(8
in a position to compete with otherareas for pound for them and made a of a Confederate rose and we ,Mrs. Millie Fogg of Starke NOTICE TO, DEFEND Plantiff This patient returned to work the same day following the

' the time and attention of the millions of tour. little better than $175 on the just knew that it would not put spent 'a few days with her sister Samuel Parbara 7.Shaver Ferrara Ferrara, Defendant.To vs.. first Chiropractic adjustment. lie continued to show Improvement

ists who;,) visit Florida annually? litter, despite the' fact that he forth its best efforts for a Yan- Mr., Mrs.and Equilla Mrs. Felton Roberta Graves Chestnut:' Barbara Street. Shaver Amsterdan Ferrara, New, 1 following each adjustment and now enjoys the best of

The answer Qbviously is our lakes and bought every bit ,of the feed. kee. But this. week it bloomed, York.
returned to their home in Tampa You, Barbara Shaver Ferrara, are health.A .
fresh He has started off another litterin so now it may be .that we are
water fishing.. Thursday of last 'week after attending hereby notified that a Complaintfor survey of Workmen Compensation files at Tallahassee
his "Parlor. real Crackers, sure'nough. Divorce has been filed against
But are we capitalizing on these attractionsas ,. a 5'* funeral services for F. you by your husband, Samuel J. showed that less time is lost from work in back injuries cases
Ferrara, and you are hereby re- ,
should? .
we One of the stockmen over at While teasing with a Lawteyman qured to serve a copy of your an- when the patient receives Chiropractic care. '
The is are. sorry to lose Mr. and swer on Plaintiff's attorney and
again obviously
answer no. Brooker has gone into the 'pro about the way that city is file the original answer or other For further information on the benefits of Chiropractic
In connection with this line of thinking, the duction of dairy calves on rather now showing signs 'of booming. ,Mrs. Buddy Stokes and family pleading in the office of the Clerk consult
who have moved to their new of the Circuit Court, on or before
suggestion was made. to the Chamber of .Commerce large scale. He,'said that he the man said good-naturedly: < .home in' Starke. Aug. 5, 1957; If you fall to do so,

directors that Starke establish a "fish- has been successful in raising "No reason at all why Lawtey .; r' Judgment against you by for default the relief will be demanded taken- DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES

. ing school" or "fishing college" for the benefit beef catte; and that: as dairy shouldn't go on and be one of yy y y yyyyyyyyyyyyyyN in the Bill of Complaint.Done 728 E. University Ave. 426 N. Walnut St.
r : ordered this 23 day of
the befit cities around here. 1t'is and
calves bring a much better price
of tourists coming into the state, who would June 1957 at Starke, Florida. Gainesville Phone 6-3238 Starke Phone 108
a lot better than some I:could
he is to producingthem SEAL
going try )
like to do a little fishing'during their visit, but for sale ,to dairies. There name, where it,is so low and:wet RTH SIDEBy (OFFICIAL Claries A.- Darby, Clerk of CircuitCourt '

are unfamiliar with where and when to go, that the there must have I
is supposed to be a good demandfor people By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,
and ;what equipment to use, and the hundreds them because a lot of the duck-blood in their veins. Mrs. Carl Brown Lewis D. Haines, II, Attorney for
,- Plaintiff, 1431 N. E. 26th Street,
of other fine of the "art" that, is becom- 'i '. ( ='f"" ---4 -
points dairies do not raise out their Fort Lauderdale. Florida.

' ing more and more popular as men and women own calves. 9999.9..yyyyYYV.. ..... AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe 7/5 4t 7/28 See actual rO d-test proof!

i .* '. Black Creek Association
leisure time.
everywhere have more CALL FOR BIDS.
Weather Hot and muggy these HIGHLANDBy election ,meeting was held last The Board of County Commis-
has another
that Starke
It out
was reminds us of the weatherwe Friday at Black Pond Church: sioners of Bradford County, Flor
that makes it imminently qualified as days ida, will receive bids at 10:00
resource used to have up in New Blrt. Lacy Normaa near Middleburg. Those attend o'clock AM., Monday: August 5.
the home of the nation's first (as far as we Jersey where we once lived. ing from here were E. C. Har- 1957, for the City Control of Starke Program under, OODGEoutpeoirns

know) institution of "higher learning" devoted Good thing here, though, it thatit _...AAAA AiAAAA vey, 'Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norl for their the Mosquito following piece of equip-.
exclusively to1' the fine art of piscatorial know does get cool at night and Mr. and Mrs.J Floyd Normanand man, Mrs. Lynell Sapp, Mrs. A. ment One: (1) new International

ledge. This resource, of course, is the large numi- you can always sleep, and the son of Jacksonville and Mrs:' or, Rev. George Chism of Mon- Diesel Harvester Crawler.Model Tractor TD-9-424.com- '"other twri'low-priced trucks !

ber of expert fresh water fishermen who live chances: are you'll be hunting a Charles Mosley spent the weekend iac, Ga. plete with electric starter and
blanket before the night is over. here with the L. M. Nor- equipped with one (1) Inter-
in Starke and the immediate surrounding area. o a Mrs. Janie Marr Youngstonand national-Drott Model 9K3 four-

Many of these, it is believed, would be glad to mans. son Rickey have returned to in-one Skidd Shovel attach-
Mr. and Mrs. Mockingbirdhave The Black Creek Asa ciational ment with 1 1-2 Cu. Yd. Bucket -
take a turn as lecturer, instructor, or demon- their home ,in Charlotte, N. C. and Drott Hydro-Spring, or
four little ones now, and Sing was
... enjoyed by many here equal. '
after spending several days here 'IFSEAL
at sessions of "the of ,
strator college piscatorial
as near as we can figure out it Sunday afternoon. ( ) '
with friends and relatives. Charles C. Darby,
knowledge. took about three weeks for the Those from here k F
attending the Mr. and Mrs.,W. C. Hardee Clerk Circuit Court .q+ y
it is the struck to hatch. At first the chicks Union Meeting at Black Bradford County, Florida sy Cd
Unique as proposal a respon- eggs '''Pondlast and children 'of Callahan attended July '12, 19, 1957.>,, 'o,
sive,chord, among the Chamber of Commerce just laid in a heap in. the nest Friday''were' Mrs. Maebell church here last Sunday.. ,

directors who heard it' discussed.) The idea..ap- but now all you can see when and Elen, Norman,> Mrs. Geneva, Several from here visited Bill Notice is hereby NOTICE given that the t
you '''take a look is four, of ,the, and Bonnie Baxley ,Carson'' and ; "Pendarvis' and County Assessor of Taxes for,
"natural" with fresh Sunday.He
pear, to: be.:,a a approachto Geraldine Bradford County, Florida, will
you and our past- has been1 seriously.ilk the Board, of ,Countr
tourist attraction'that would ;gain: the corn- saw. It keeps Ma and Pa busy, meet with ,

muiytyf: nationwide attention and q ick.' The from morning until night doing I ==

name;of Starke would become 'a household 'word nothing but catching bugs to

among fishermen' everywhere if'it< were publicized try to fill those hungry chicks.

ing t college.as,,the location. of_ the nation's first fish:. Hear. that.*Ed* Durban* is get-, "JACKSONVliLEPRICES :AT KOCHSNEVER ." .

ting the most from his cows. He
Iti seems to ,us'that ''the? idea 'has wonderful figures that as each cow has

possibilities and we hope that it\twill. continueto four faucets he might as well *.

jbe,, discussed at'. future (Imeetings of the put four calves on each cow, and UNDER SOLD -: < '
> They're off! All three low-priced trucks are lined
Chamber of Commerce, civic' and the pet maximum production. This I
,. up at the bottom of a test grade equal to the
Bra ford ,Motel .Association scheme may be all right for Ed, '-. .. -' -. ? ', hill in San Francisco.
County an organization I '. steepest The flag drops, and
that. should be especially interested in and for the calves, but we'll bet We Meet All Advertised Pries .' ; this grueling test of climbing power is officially'
tired of
the cows mighty
underway. Dodge takes an early lead.
any. proposal designed to hold ,visitors over in being bumped from four direct- \ \

Starve loran,:additional night 'or..two. ions all at once. w.-- 1 1a

After, the idea been discussed explored, S a < I Ir

and kicked around for several weeks, to give Talked to a pulpwood producerthis ..-" BUY 0l,EGEi
week who said that in the .
everyone a chance to' express his Views and i fi'Y

contribute suggestions, then it will be time to last ,four years he has increasedthe ONE"FREE \
he for wood from
price p ys
begin action by naming a committee to start
about 5.30 four to
< $ years ago ,
the ball rolling. !

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Do We Measure Up? -

The theme of. the 1957 National l Citizens Planning {<;HJ.: *.:,t:'$:<< %t.,f.p{f?::'
ALCOHOL Park Davis 49c e rlwk:: rZ4
Conference held recently Little Rock, LOANS 1 t y .Ji ".
Ark. was \"Main Street, 1969.?"The< year referred :f 4"*. ''i. '# '
to is, the one in which1'completion iof the 41- b5i# : ; ,\" .. : :'
Vacations ., ,,> .,;_; ; ,
000, mile; interstate, highway system.is schedule EVEN FLOW bottle lOc tiE W' :"" :)[y':::>i'I:;., tY1. :: 'j- f'h''" ",..'. < ',. 1
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<1. Purpose of conference was to form aclear 1'.F,'.<:."(.<:", :;!;::;..N":,.,..:..,<:...,:':.:.,<.',.:.M.,".r.<'t...;.:::"*,,;,'?i'::..,.t,.,':.='...'...!I"':@'U'f-.M.,.y : ./../.{.':<..iti-:.I':,<, ",':,7.w. :;ow)......' ,;f,. .
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concept of"..the'.forces that'are ,already, at ITEMS ,,:Lt; :>'hu...; :t L:;:W&ij;;tL ill'ii .:t:.'"" 'h4>....' ." r "

work, creating the iMain Streets of the future:; LOANS POCKET COMB lOc Halfway up. The extra V-8 power under the hoodof

One.spokesman declared: ,"We are finding that the Dodge sends it quickly ahead. It's already

there, i island'-in all parts of" our' great country Consolidate Bills AND two lengths out front. And there's a 1000-Ib. test
load 'on each of
one comparably equipped
where, industry: can :be ((established :and where it trucks. What's
TYIEEZERS25c more, Dodge is still gaining!
canpilourisli, ; we are,'finding that everywhere '

there c .,are men',and women:'with skill and',aptitudefor LOANSMedical GET ONE .

ejen the most complex industrial;: tasks. Our

syst'em, of ,communication and transportation SHOWER CAP -' 25c I

have narrowed:.the expanses of time and*space. BillsLOANS N

Nothing is' distant any more and all Americansare I

Also neightbora.noted "was' ... "the *continuing.,: dispersal,I of I INSECT REPELLENTFRE E v !

indUtry.away''from ,large;eoneentrated\ centers." $5 '- //r

Thi : trend strengthens the, u...:defenses\ and Home Improvements'' : BILL I : ; f I1'fi / ,

security in this*atomic age,' but. more important ,

still.|} .Uaj.influence ,on 'economicgrowth- :* :'
Speakipgnof: :his 'company's).:recent dispersalprogram 5'p'r

one manufacturer said\("We found that LOANSBoats

small-town Americans are generous, hospitable, X X SP CLIJX! TIERS SfDodge

and neighborly. They are good people to bet & MotorsLOANS : OLIVEI01 '.

among and good people to work with. We found 50c LADIESHANDKERCHIEFS REG. $2.98 :

stability among people in small towns the sta- .
that ,. flashes past the finish five lengths aheadof
bility from
comes nearness to the earth.
gpia--1.98 S' Only 98c competition.; Truck "C" and truck "F" 'just
But what are the other advantages that industrialists couldn't match that 204-hp. Power Giant. And

look for in seeking new plant sites? Auto : this is just one of a rugged series of tests that

These were listed as: good transportation, good Repairs 5for98c prove Dodge is best of the low-priced three.
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C. Prevatts of Ocala. of their "
:daughters, _Miss Adel your answer or plea-ny to the .IM Clrc.lt Court. Bradford Ceuty you are required to serve a copy said Compalnt will, be taken u Dated'thtS- Ii1Ij1u1T; 1957. ..
Mr; and :Mra Bennett Green Dinkins, and Mrs. Horace.. Cox .complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Tleridat I. aHIlT. of'youranswer or pleading; to the I confessed by you; --.4. (OFFICIAL SEAL) _

LAffTEYBy and family! who have been stay- and Mr Cox, .... Joseph Title Eldg.1C, Skipper Jacksonville 221 Florida, Fla. H4th. Darrett. 'Jr. Defendant.: Plaintiff., G, W. complaint on the Plaintiff. Attor This notice shall be published Charles A. Darby
and file the original In toe office of ney once each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Clr ing with Mrs. Green's mother Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest the Clerk of the Circuit Court. or' KotleeTo To.&ppear Case Igo 10-:261 Alan C. Winters, Jr.. 319 FloridaTitle weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Marian I* Crosby. Depetyy. Clerfc >'
Mn. Joyce T. Ftrtch Mrs. Selma Eunice during her and family were in Jacksonville .before the G. Building Jacksonville Fla graph.I, .c "u..n. 8/2 ....
29th day of July, 19S7 : \7. Barrett.. Jr., whose res- and file the original in tne office oi -
lAAAAA recent illness left Monday to Tuesday to see a doctor who is otherwise the allegations of said ident and address? isr 2609 Hanover the Clerk' of the Circuit Court on .
AAAAAA AA AAAAAAA make their home in New Mexico. treating their son, Lamar: Complaint w'll' be taken M coafesa* Avenue' You an Richmond hereby Virginia. or- before the 29th of Jury, -
ed by you. notified that a 1957 otherwIse the allegations of
bars Georgia Ann Sapp had a' Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eunice and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of This notice shall De nabllaned of suit maiden fof divorce'name and' restoration. said Complaint will betaken.' J as Come in for -.
Sunday guests her son and son, David have moved in with St. once each week for four Consecutive .confessed' 'b'you. 11
Augustine weekend '
were week in the Bradford County Tele has been filed against yea la the :This notice'shall no published'once
daughterjn-law, Mr. and Mrs ifs mother to care for her. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Can graph. above na.mell'Court'and cause and each 'week for four consecutive x ( ..
Everett Burney, of Jacksonville.S Friends of Lee Green will lr :barter and Dated this 25th day of June; 1957.; and you are required to- serve a weeks Jn the-. ;Bradford. County.
son. of
(OFFICIAL $l AL Charles A. copy your
) JDaror anewer"or pleading to Telegraph. ; >
J. and Van Futch of Jack- happy to learn that he is able tc M\ and Mrs. Torode of Clerk of the Circuit Court. the complaint"ont thePlaintiffs -Dated this 25th day of June 1957. P ..
sonville called on Mrs. Senie je about since his recent confine- Billy By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk Attorney!Prank LandfumrP.. O (OFFICIAL SEAL) Cnarlea A. Darby
Preyatt Stark were Sunday supper II%! '4t 7/19 5-ox 548, Starke;'Florida Clerk of'the Circuit Colin
and other relatives on ment. guests of Mrs. Torode's parents and file toe'original in the office of By Marian, L.-Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Sunday. CALL FOR B*>S the Clerk: of the Circuit Court' 6123 'It-/19
Mr. and Mrs. Bnb Padgett and fir and Mrs. Fred Moore. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS before the 13 'day of Aug.,:;In 1957 or "I
Dianne Sapp, Ronald Kimbrel' STAUKE, FLORIDA otherwIse ;
'amily r Miami who have been the allegations of said NOTICE] TO APPEAB
Mr.. and Mrs. HI E. Priest and Sealed bids will be received by
omplaintwill '
and be
Mitchell Starling' recent! acationir in the north called the Board' of PubUcInstructIon .d b; taken as confess-. In. Circuit Court. Bradford. "-"Conatr.
'amily yyop. .
spent Sunday with Mr. Florida In
attended the;; Bible Missior m Mrs John Shuford and the of Bradford County Florida.- ,at This notice Chamerf.Doris WATCHCHE.CK'
shan be published E. McAvoy; Plaintiff, vs. Roy-
and Mrs. Ernest Williams and the office of the Superintendentof once
School Camp which was held a' ted Moores last Sunday after- Public Instruction : in Starke each week for four 'eo.eecuUve lon Rockefellow 'McAvoy, Defendant ,f'k. "
Polk' City, This camp is belt this to son in Lake City. Florida up to 10 o'clock "'A. M., weeks. In theBrad..i. :>> r.mtrly ,T..lecraph. Case' \o. 10-2264. -
loon. They came way notice' To Appear
Mrs. Lou Griffis Pat Griffis E.S.T., Friday August :t.' 19S7 at ON THE WATCH MASTF4 tAll
year for children in the local bated To: RoydonRockefellow McAvoy, e.
-I I see Mr and Mrs. Joe Shuford which time. and place all bids received this p dt.J'" h' J uy. 1951.;; ;.:
school who have memorizedthe tut had returned to. their Bob Blanchard Miss EUzabethTerry' will be publicly: opened and (OffICial. :+"il.i d,.;. .. '''lly, whose residence and address )Is; .
they Training "
Jrk'' IIMC U. S. N. Enlisted -- "
and read aloud for J. 1
-Mrs. Futch furnishing- .Dla- r
Joyce CuUtt
required number of Bible home' in St. Augustine Mrs terials' and labor. 1S7, Marian Co .4"rn",t?. i'.wrina' -("lrrk Division) U. S. Naval .Hospital, *
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verses., Padgett is the former Miss Barbara were among those attending the Soft tile floor 'and base; 'rewiring 7:i: tf'ssr Portsmouth: Virginia.You ; : Work Checked o/jd Tipef$ by
.Joe Frigo funeral at Murray Hill and relighting; ,manu- are hereby notified that a suit /
Miss Barbara Starling spent I Ann Plummer and sister facturing' and Installing 'cabinets o'ft.'.!': ,.oj'I" 'Ill1! for divorce custody and support
Baptist Church in Jacksonvillelast ; plumbing and heating: I. Clrrnrt' ... ..rf. IIradlo'rel .. of minor child and disposition. of
last week' In Jacksonville the Shuford. (;"
as of Mrs. Joe Florida (7.. -
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Friday afternoon. Home Economics Department, ,11.'u property World Famous Wgtch' Master
guest of her aunt Mrs. Louie Ralph Futch spent Friday Misses Mary and Abble Harley Bradford High School. Starke. James Lessip Earl\t. Norman. Plaintiff, Vs. ,has 'been' filed against you in the
Belle Wainwright. night and Saturday in Starke Florida. Norman Jr. Defendant. above named Court and cause and
are' visiting their aunt, Mrs Plans and specification wilt be ...c...I, Case No. 10-45.. you are required to serve a copy'of \ -
},fr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and with his brother Benton and available in the Superintendent'soffice. To"r Y"' ""pear' your answer' or pleading to the
:Mattie Miles, in Jacksonville : James! Earl
daughter JCathy were weekend family and helped them move this week.A The Bradford County Board of Ea whose.t resIdence and address Norman is: 149 Jr. .complaint on Gerald the Plaintiff'sAttorney R. Hart 301 GEM JEWELRYI

guests of Mr. Casey's parentsMr. to the Jones Funeral Home, reception was held at the Bradford Public County Instruction Florida You South are hereby Street, Jackson, OhIo. Smith Building Jacksonville 2,
and Mrs. T.. L. in where Benton began work 'o. suit for notified that 8 Floridaand
Casey July 12, 19, 6, 1957. Divorce,
home of and Mrs. Bill Dixon Custody
Control and file the o\lglnalln the office of
Auburndale.The Monday.Mr. last Saturday evening for Mr. haa been of filed MInor Child Alimony the Clerlf of the Circuit Court Jon I 170 Starke, Fla.'
Mrs., Reddish In The Circuit Court ab against you In the
and Bryant Eighth ve named or before the 12 day of August
R. L. Bradley family, Mr. carried their and Mrs. Lynn Owens whose Judicial Clrcnt of Florda. In and I Court- and CAuse And :1957; otherwise the allegations jl -
and Mrs. Paul Bennett and granddaughter mariage took place in Jackson For Bradford County. In Chancery. l. ,
Mary Jack Pons to her home i in Vo. lo2'a'LBARBARA -
daughters and the Webb Kersey ville on Saturday afternoon. Mr. GEBHAKD. ) :, .
family of Starke enjoyed a fishing Tallahassee last Friday and remained and Mra.! Owens left for South Plaintiff, )

: trip on the St. Johns River for the weekend with Florida after spending some time PYHON EDWARD. vs. GEB- )) Frozen Grade 'A' Tender Dressed & Drawn -l ,
:Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Pons.
on Saturday. with the guests. They went to
'Miss Esther Ruth Bennett of Defendant. )
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders North Carolina on Tuesday to NOTICE TO DEFENDTO
Miami is visiting her brotherinlaw : BYRON EDWARD GERHARD,
spent Sunday afternoon with Visit relatives. 2215 Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
and aster :Mr. and Mrs. Bridge LARGE
their! aon-in-law and daughterMr. The Home Demonstration Club You are hereby notified that a
and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins in Mitchell Brown. met at the home of Mrs. Ernest suit for divorce has been filed
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts against you in the above entitled
Jacksonville. Billy Anders who Raulerson Thursday after cause; and you are hereby required LB
were Sunday guests of Mr. and to file your answer with the
has been visiting in Daytona Mrs. George Roberts and son in noon.Mr. Clerk of this Court,'and to serve
was brought home by Floyd and and Mrs.. James Phillipsand a copy thereof upon Plaintiff's _
Gainesville and attended church
torney Samuel 1: Holch 409-A HENS
Darrell Martin daughter of Starke Mr.
on Sunday.Mr.
there. Ricky came home with Main Street, Daytona Beach, For
and Coleman Phillips of Waldo, ida, not later than 12th day of.
and Mrs. E. D.
Higgin- his grandparents for a visit.. July 12, 19, 26, Aug. 2, 1957.
Mr. and Mrs. David Hazen and
botham of Maxville were Satur- T. H, Slade of Starke was the Ida not later than 12th.' da. ;yotAugut.

day overnight guests of :Mr. and speaker at the Methodist Church: daughter Kathy of Salina Kan. (COURT, SEAL 1957. )

Mrs. James Waters and sons, services last' Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Highnoteand Charles A. Darby ..>" -- -... -
Mrs. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Clerk Circuit Court
Mr. *no Mrs. J. .B. GasKlns Miss Judy Wainwright of Jack Starke, Florida.
Miss :Betty 'and Bill Gaskins, and sonville spent last week with her Jim Phillips and son Billy of July 12, 19, 26, Aug. 2, 9, 1957.In FRESH TENDER SWEET RIPE FRESH FIRM RED RIPE
Miami and Erie Philips of Dins-
\\l J Mrs. Carl Milliard :carried Mr.Hilllard grandparents Mr. and Mrs
more were guests of Mr. and Circuit Court. Bradford County.
to Jacksonville on Sunday Truby Wainwright. I Florida In Chnnrery.
Mrs. O. J. Phillips during the
Afternoon where he entered Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and Kathryn P. Tompkins Plaintiff vs. I
week. Danny Phillips returned Jimmy N. Tompkins, Defendant.
Baptist Hospital for medical) children of Case No. 10-2263
I Jacksonville wereweekend home from Waldo on :Monday. PEACH Tomatoes
tests. )rder of Publication and Netl e to
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Appear State of Florida Tot
Revs J. D. Dickerson of 'Marietta Walter Wilkinson.Mr. Jimmy N: Tompkins, whose! residence -
I is N. C..and whose
Baptist Church filled the : and Mrs. Jack Eates spent TIlE RIGHT POINT for the address is: Rt.. 1, Box 816, Charge -
pulpit': qt\ the First Baptist last week in Church Hill, Tenn. way you write. Come In and lotte, N. C.

Church on Sunday and had din with Mr. Estes' parents Mr. and lect your favorite ESTERBROOKFountain August You are 12 required, 1957, to in appear the above on "

ner with the Fred Moore family. Mrs. R. F':, Estes, and in Kings- Pen. TELEGRAPH named Court and cause, wherein '

Ernest Wells of Mobile 'is port Tenn. and War, West Vir HOTICK TO APPEAR plaintiff and seeks control divorce ofminor, care'child.custody 2 2 gc' \ CTN.19C

spending a few days with his ginia with other relatives. ia Circuit Court. Bradford County Bradford County Telegraph shall LBS FOR
Klorldat In Chancery.' publish this Order In next four
mother Mrs. Mae Wells. Mrs. Sam Hicks and ,Mr.. and Helen L. George, Plaintiff. vs. Paul weekly Issues.' '
Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke Mrs. 'Glenn Shuford' vL"tfted'Mr.. Ueurge Defendant. Witness my 'hand, and official
seal at Starke Florida this
was the Sunday guest ot her Hicks in St. Vincent's Hospital l .tce To AppearTo Case No. 10-3346. 10, 1957.? __ J. f
Mrs.' Reddish.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) ., -' j .
mother Mary Sunday night. 'H was in an I : Paul George, whose residence .
Charles A. Darby, .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail had automobile accident _Sunday and address Is: 'lluncy ValleyPennsylvania Clerk of the Circuit Court.

as visitors during the, weekend afternoon and was painfully but You are" hereby: notified ..nat, a Chas.By Marian R.' L Crosby, Deputy Clerk Niblets Golden Whole' Kernel g Jane Parker Luscious CherryORN'
Hess. 204-05 Guaranty Life \
suit for divorce,
a care custody
Raymond Pfe\.att of Jacksonville hurt.
Building- 'Jacksonville
not seriously Fla .
and control of minor child I It
irs. L; H.Harper and family Mr. and Mrs. P. L.,, Dinkins has been filed against you in the Attys. for ,Plf., 7/13.-- 4t 8(2.
of Kingsley Lake, and the J. were Saturday luncheon 'guests above named Court and cause and t "'
1 you are required to serve a BOOT of NOTICE TO APPEAR

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.".U___._.....__..._._._,_._._,_._.___,_.,_.___._-,_.....:. Sandra Rowe Weds William Wiley Coley .l'v'vvyvyvyyyyyvyyy" as advertised herein 'fur the filial Uy Marian L., Crosby, Deputy Clerk

i year 1957-195S. -_I-_ Ills U 8/9

i In[ Lovely Home Ceremony On July 3rd 'f f'::' CLAY; HILL I NOTICE -TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO APPEAR

I Florida Statutes .. Circuit Coart. Bradford Cauty,
i la The Coart of the County Judge. Florida I* Caaaeery.Guu .
Bradford Couaty, Florida, >eppe Miccio, Plaintiff, vs. Mar-
by' Mrs.. J. L Strickland&ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAI1 la Probate.In ciaiio Roberta,- Miccio Defendant..
re: Estate of Lawrence J. Dobbs, Case No. 10-2267
deceased. Xntlce T. Appeari
... Ta All Creditor ,ad Persona Hay To: Marciano Roberta Miccio.
r .T. D. and Nellie Wilkinson lag Clalma er Demand Against whose ,residence and address is:
i Pizzetta-featro S. Ferinando, No.
Said Estate
'", Jady Mooty made a short visit to Tampalast The Bradford County Hospital You and each: of you are hereby 8, Naples. Italy. '

,. '< Pkone 35JetstoneTaylor yt; week. announces the following births: i I notified and required to presentany You are u .reby notified".! that a
claims and suit for divorce, eare custody and
---------------------------------..-_------_--_--u.aos.--- --- ." I ____ We miss Jimmie Lang in our Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Griffis or either of you demands may have which againstthe you control of minor children
of Starke a son estate of Lawrence J. Dobbs, baa been filed against you in the
church work. He is in Tampa Rodney Milford, Court and cause and
I BPW Members ___ deceased, late of said County, to the above
r g.M -' spending the summer and work- July 12. County judge of Bradford County you are required iu serve a copy of
or pleading to the
.--- -- Plan Observance t ;; 4 ing there. Mr., and Mrs. Vernon Ronald Florida- at his office in the court your complaint answer on the Plaintiff's Attorney
house of said County at Starke.
'Mabel Harris and' children of Barnett Starke William D. Morgan 507 Clark
k a son, Doug- Florida, within eight calendar Building, Jacksonville 2. Fla.
Mrs. Maxville spent the weekend with las 12. months from the time of the first
.4 Paul
Lillian Pearson and Mrs. : July and file the original in the oltice
.ri publication of this notice. :Each
Desta'Dyal I .2 4 k her sister.:Shirley Padgett. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
entertained the Mr. ,and ,Mrs Gerald Starling claim or demand shall be in writIng before then

Starke Business and Professional Work' oh the storage room by of. Starke a son, Jerry Wayne, residence. and and shall post state office the address place of of day of August, 1957

Women's Club at the, lake i :Elgin 'L itg's store building is July 14. the claimant, and shall be sworri to otherwise the allegations ol tall
"f by the claimant, agent attorney, Complaint will be taken u coufeu
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home progressing nicely.
of Mrs.
Dyal on Thursday (d by you.
: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- and any such claim or demand not
: evening of last week. Our daughter, Minnilee Par- bo filed shall be void.. Thin notice hall be _.puLflsneonce
of Starke twin each week tor four eonseciAlve
Collough daughters
-j melee and. son, Bobby Gurr, sA.. D. Dobbs weeks In tho BRADFORD COUNTY
Plans'were started for observ-
As administrate of the Es-
: I Cyndy Faye and. Sandy TI-LEGRAPH.
t ing Business Women's Week in c ; of Jacksonville' called on us fora Kaye, July 15. deceased.tate of Lawrence_ _J. Dobbs.' Dated this- 16 'daY"of' July, 19S7.
September. The Woman of the short 'tim' Sunday afternoon. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles .a D roy'
'\- First publication July 19, 1957.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kelleyof Clerk of the Circuit Court.
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t 4. We to learn that
t. Year for Bradford County will t. ) t ,. are sorry 7/19 4t 8/9 By arian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
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it"'" i be selected by popular vote. P ? & w *, Lunnie Padgett stepped on a Green Cove Springs, a. daughter NOTICE-TOPPE.R 7/19 4t 8/9

;' : ..' Anyone wishing to present tail last week and his. foot is Bonnie. ReneeJuly, 16.' la Circuit Court. Bradford County, NOTICE TO AfPEAB
wr, / 7 car.didate 'f : ; :; causing him much pain. Florida IB Chaa>.ry, la Circuit Court, 8ra fer< Ceaaty,
lfg' ,, .w ,, please call Miss :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ear!, Cox Rosetta Jane West Plaintiff, vs. Florida la ....C'en.
'.. Madge Middleton or 'Miss Flor- t Also sorry to learn that Gertie of Starke announce the birth of John E. Weit, Defendant. Ann Ward RoXnts., Plaintiff, vs.
"\., ence Faircloth is not improving In Case No. 10-226S Robert Henry Roberts, Defendant.
.11.. Jennings.The a son, Joseph Edward, on July Notice To AppearTo Case No. 10-2253
4" '. health, and Yougan Padgett,
: John E. West, whose residence -
.t'i .. hostesses served refreshments 15 in Doctors Hospital.Mr. Kotlee T* AppearTo
Volley and Harrison Mosley are and address is: Dagsboro, : Robert Henry Roberts, whose
at the conclusion'of the and Mrs. 0. Sewell Delaware.
'-. James residence and, address' is: Unknown.You .
.tt' "" "! : ;"; t ; d on the sick list. You notified that
.1\ are hereby a
of are hereby botifled inm
meeting. i. Jacksonville are receivingcongratulations
: : -, 0# ',f' __ u I 4 Mr. Crawford preached for us suit suit for divorce and restorationof
.. 1 'bY on the birth of for divorce, and
__.R ..... -- ., Mr. David- care custody maiden name
r.-:,\.S, a daughter, Susanne, born July control of minor children has has been filed against' you In the
Sarry-Williams son will preach for us July 27. been filed against above named Court and cause and
Sandra Rowe daughterof Mrs. Warren, mother of the .
.'. ,. Miss I I 5 in Baptist Memorial Hospital. I you in the above named Court and you are required to serve a copy of
; ;rFi'W4 Miss Ouida Kathleen :Mrs. Marvel Warren, was bride, wore a blue lace dress and l Fortyoneout of 48 ,enrolled Paternal grandparents are Mr. cause and you are_required to servea your aaswsr pleading to the complaint *
;, 3 Mrs. Mathis, mother of the attended Sunday School last copy of your answer or pleadingto on the plaintiff's Attorney
married on Wednesday, July and Mrs. W. B. Sewell of Starke.Mr. .
daughter of Mr. Mrs. William Plaintiffs
.. S .." .<:. and record. the complaint on the T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box Sit,
.. good
---- --- N. Barry of Newberry, to William W.' Coley, son of Mrs. bridegroom, wore a blue satin Sundaya. very and Mrs. Jack Roberts of Attorney William D. Morgan 507 Starke Florida
Dawson Padgett was received Clark Building Jacksonville 2, and file the original In the effice of
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tetstone of .Theodore R. Williams Jr.of Ethel Mathis and the late C. J. cotton. Their corsages wer?, of Tampa are the parents of a son, Florida, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
into the Hill Church
Heilbronn Springs announce the Tallahassee will be married Coley of Starke. The ceremonywas pink carnations. I Clay by Derek Jack born July 15. Mrs. and file the original in the office of before the
statment at .the morning service. the Clerk 'of the Circuit Court on 5th day of August. 1957:
engagement of their daughter. Saturday night at 8 o'clock in held at the home of the _Following, the ceremony. a. reception makes membersfor Roberts is the former Norma or before the 19 day of August otherwise the allegations of nld

Betty Jeral, to Johnny Earl the First Baptist Church of bride's aunt, Mrs. R. L. Stone, was held in the home This ,seven new Gonzalez of Starke. 1957; otherwise the allegations of Complaint wlU lit taken u COB
,our little church in the past said Compaint will be taken as feased cy you. '
Taylor,' son of Mr. and. Mrs. E. Newberry. Following the cere- on South Westmoreland St., Mr. and Mrs. Stone. The bride's month. Mr. confessed by you. This notice shall be published
J. TaylorCof 'Creglersville, 'Va. mony, a reception ,will be held with Rev. J. E. Sherwood offic- table was covered .with a'white, and Mrs. J. M. EdwardsJr. This notice shall be publishedonce once each week for four consecutive
We.started. our Bible School announce the birth of a each week for four consecutive weeks an the Bradford County Tele
The wedding will be an event of at the home of the bride-elect's iating.: i Madeira cutwork cloth and, was Monday\ weeks in the Bradford County Tele graph.,
morning with an daughter, Deborah Leigh, on
in graph. Dated this 2 day of July. 1J57.
The bride, given marriageby centered with .a three-tiered
August. of 37, and more to come. July 12 In Alachua General Hos Dated this 16 day of July 1957. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby
Miss Barry i ia the sister of Dr. her uncle, Ray L. Stone, worea wedding cake, decorated with (OFFICIAL SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court
A. J. of Starke. waltz-length gown of Chantillylace garlands of roses, .satin' bows, Well, it looks like we have had pital. Charles A Darby By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Doris Knight CircleThe Barry .. .. to give over the cat hunting to: Clerk of the Circuit Court. 7/5 4t 7/26
I All friends are invited to attend over taffeta, fashioned witha and net illusion. _

the, wedding and reception. long torso bodice and a tiered at the daughter- Faye, so we have taken Alan,.Ladd Co-stars
Doris Knight, Annie ArmStrong Assisting receptionwere up repairing refrigerators- I

"Circle jof the, First Baptist ruffled skirt. Her shoulder Mrs. Tate Alvarez and,Mrs. .ste d."' Faye's refrigerator refused With' Sophia i Laurenin I

Church met Tuesday' night, July \Vesleyan GuildThe length illusion veil ,was and of her threetieredsilk bouquetwas J. R. Bullington, who cut the to work so I volunteeredto Florida Film Bh1.w.ML.

2, at" the': (Shurch with Mrs. Char- I see if'' I could find the trou-
of white orchids attachedto wedding cake, and Mrs.' Gertrude
lea circle chairman executive board of the ble. In few minutes
Darby, pre- a very we ,
Hoffmeister and Miss Linda Kay on a Dolphin, the first U.
siding. After opening prayer and Wesleyan Service Guild, Unit 2, a white Stone Bible.was matron of Alvarez, who served punch. Thebride's had, the'old box humming along S. movie ever' filmed in Greece, I

committee reports, the program met Tuesday evening at the Mrs. book was Miss just like it thought it had to and starring Alan Ladd, Sophia Loren,
mauve pink kept by
chairman,, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, home of Mrs. Louis Hillendahl honor wore a were we proud! and Clifton Webb at the Florida
Ann Simmons and Miss
blue carnation Betty
dress a
introduced Rev. L. D. Haines, who on i Raiford Road. lace Theatre Sunday through Tuesday.The .
Johnnie ;Forsyth. Others assist-, .
gave an interesting discussion of The programs for the coming corsage. story concerns a Greek island -
The maid of honor, Miss ing in serving were Mrs. Pete ,-
prayer. Refreshments were serv- year were outlined and pledges girl who goes skin-diving in

ed during the social hour.PJsKF. clarified. The altar flower committee Janice Blume of the State Farm, Dyal and Miss Janell Bullington.Mr. the Aegean Sea and discovers the ._1.

for August 11 to Sept. 1 wore a blue dress with a yellow and Mr. Coley are at homeat fabulous statue of boy astride a ,
438, East Madison St.
was announced. carnation corsage. dolphin, a treasure that was lost

Mrs. Hillendahl served refreshments centuries ago iftlt: sunken galleon.
at' the conclusion of Before Ladd can convince her that

the meeting. J ,,5.SOI.S1BtI the,statue belong to all Greece, wa, Li

i a.rtICOlle tor\Webbfla.shes a' fortune ,

.. before:-her-eyes, beginning a .:
baptist Circle'I Soil Conservation series ,of, complications.

SUN., MON., TUES :Besides: its, exciting' story, the.' :

July 21, 22, 23, First The Lorena, Epperson Circle .. III If N-E-W-S. .. .\ tHin'(has )lotsv of comedy! ,and is : &* : I
I Baptist WMS, mat at the ,. ." ,$i, LIH\t/}: :)\ti' filmed 'against. ,the'magnificent, -
DOUBLE FEATURE home of the leader, Mrs. F. J. Looks like we're in the summer! night .,.. Wyolene Bradley is em .ByBmhiaaab lt architecture; 'and? harbor-life of

,. Shaw. The meeting opened witn doldrums as far as big news\ is ployed now at Bradford, Engineering Bon COflserVaUoflSm1e: ; beautiful, Greece. ijI4i -

DRANGOWith prayer by Mrs. H. L. Hough concerned in this department but i Co .. Hear that Violet:Cros;- e : '1 1I 1I

followed by devotionals by Mrs. have managed to gather a 'few i by,suffered a broken wrist on July Foster ,Shi Smith, Zedra Hara s
Dru, : :
Jeff Chandler Joanne
H..L. Brownlee. Mrs. Hough and tidbits here and there in which 4 ,when she slipped on some grease ilton andJ.'f;;8.; Whiter* 'j j were re- SCS SupervisorsReelected.To .. ,'ns ,. '

; ) !1.d.on( t :Mrs.1': Ma'rVin' 'Hazeri 'discussed i you' might he interested ... and fell while frying chicken.'for elected to the Board of, Supervis- Posts i't

AND the program topic Prayer. Re-, See Police Chief Ebb Thornton an outing at Kingsley Lake -:.. .ors for the Bradford Soil Con- ,

; freshments were served duringthe I back on the job Wednesday after Her arm will be in a'cast for two servation. ,District.;,' Other .'members Bradford Soil Conservation Service Poory.:worting: 'appliances are a few'HOUSE .

Best In being' off for five weeks three months ... Bish Bishop celebratedhis of the Board are Sam, Mc- .' districtctsupervisors srmptoa
;Jhe Things social hour.IGASrOONSJ. electedto POWER another of house doesn't Late
weeks of it was vacation and two 11th birthday last' Saturday Garvey and Lloyd Green.. new terms in way saying your

Life Are Free weeks he was confined in Glen- I afternoon with a swim party for The operation. of, the -BradfordSoil Tuesday were J. B. White an election, Foster adequate electric'wiring! ,Make sure you have/utf HOUSE ,

.With Gordon.MacRae and Dun dale Hospital, Palatka ... P. T. 14 friends at the Mark Ritch placeon ShiJ3mith:and Z. -W. Hamilton. POWER-ample electric power and wiring->-whieh mean*
Dailey : Nolin was confined in Flagler Kingsley ... Michael Mirco District is an Smith 'was named chairman. The baring a 100 to 200-ampere service and plenty! of outlet tad,

Plus Color Cartoon for Kids Hospital, St. Augustine, for a observed his 4th,milestone with a example of democracy in action.: three 'were ,elected,for four year switches carry it through the home.;Then yonD be ure.of, :

1 -By'- minor operation, Monday through party for. 11 young friends last The. local"people, 'headed' by the terms. getting top performance from your present appliances and'those

\ Thurs. July 24 25 Thursday ... Sunday afternoon ... Other .
;\Ved., Supervisors, developed a program members"not. up for' reelection you'll add in,the future. Call your electrical contractor BOW .
GIB BROWN Hear the Starke elementary Note that, C ndis Hixon has and work plan outliningthe th'ia'Jtime are Sam Mc-
I DOUBLE :FEATURE : transferred ,from the Keystone ; for a free HOUSEPOWER rating. Remember, full HOUSE-
; school faculty gave a.covered dish problems and pointing i out In Garvey and"Lloyd Green. '
Bank to Community State, Bankof '-', POWER increases the value of your home; helps you LIVEBETTER
Ride Back and swim at Mona a general way the type of treatment ,
The supper party Starke, where she is te-tell-I NOTICE ELECTRICALLY! .
rJ1; : Canova's on Kingsley Lake Tues- needed to do the Job of soil The B'oard Qf County Commis- '
With Anthony Quinn er .. Kenneth Tyus underwent sfone of Bradford
f and water County, Flori-
day night for three faculty mem- surgery in the Naval Hospital at conservation. The da. will meet on August 5. 1957,
AND bers Betty May, who is leaving Portsmouth, Va. recently and will Supervisors give their time freely -', quest the or purpose('om plaints of hearing from the a'ny pub-re- Florida Power & Light Co.K .

in August for Omaha, Neb., be there several weeks ... He to help local people with their lie regarding the tentative budget

Beast With 1,000,000 Anna Bell Devlin, who departssoon would like to hear from friendsat conservation problems. The Soil I .:: -I

Eyes for Portland, Ore., and Edna the following address: Howard Conservation Service furnishesthe -

: Sistrunk (Mrs. Joe), who is a recent Kenneth Tyus, RD3, 450-13-60, technical assistance necess- .

Plus JCartoon bride ... the three honoreeswere Ward 23, Portsmouth Naval Hos- ary in the solution of the Dis '

: given attractive gifts ... pital, Portsmouth, Va. trict's problems which may be I
Fri., Sat. July 26, 27 Dolly Sullivan, who is on two Hear that Van Prescott recently in the field of soils, plants, en- "II///

weeks vacation visited her sinters joined with the regular Army .
DOUBLE FEATURE up gineering, forestry and biology. ij'J
Pat Lambe and Verna Johns and James. Harrell is in the
Ii ,"Never mind, Gib I found ,I complete. soil :and water! con- 4 '-
The Go Getter in_ _Jacksonville_n_____'.. __ last____ week... __n, _and___ _is Army Anti-Aircraft Command !. .. servation farm nlan' was nrenared ,' 4' t. I ,
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the hood latch. now sojourning at Daytona Beach Liz Tatum of Lawtey was electedto '-for C. C.CFoSbyCdTicii I :.
Brent and Anita
George '
'. .. the U of F summer session'stu r' *
T Louise Telegraph reporter Thornton ler, Ben Suslow, and Willie Red- .. ., ... J
....... .e have the latest equipmentto Hartley is spending his vacation dent executive council .. HaZel dish.
Suslow is,planning to plant .
f AND ) with the home folks at Longwood Paul and daughter,Sylvia,*Judy //A
service J
jour car. pine trees on most of.his land.
: .
... Note that work has started on Dankel, and Mrs. Eddie Fisher of ,
He will set'up a system of firebreaks
True Of the new home of Flo and Tom Gainesville are enjoying,the sightsof ;' I
Jhe Story ... ,to protect' these areas .
Slade on East Call between the Havana this week Sylviawon ,
: Jesse James OlD BROWNSERVICE Whiteheads and Mrs. W. S. Wade her trip as Starke's Centennial from wildfires. The reason 'he :" .

I ..'. Harriett has to plant Is because there are : 1
With Robert Wagner and Jeffre; homes ... Pamela Fay Lawson is Queen last May
V. .
Hunter STATION working in Maj. W. P. Stanford's Taylor is. confined to Bradford not enough seed trees In the ;

Tli Serial Chap. IS and Colo r < office at the USP&FO warehouseof Hospital, and others on the sick area naturally. C. C. Crosby has ,.

Cartoon. _. Standard Oil Products the National Guard at Bland- list are Olivia Goodman (mumps) planted some fescue grass for -, ."

'.. I ing... and Gwen Moxley ... winter pasture. Fescue is a
407 N. .Ave. '
Temple Charlene Hardy was hostess at Seems to be all for now ... See grass that will furnish good : ihT .i ? l Z i ;-

a hamburger fry for 50 teenagerson you in the next, ... winter grazing but it needs a t .' -Coronal ,

... .' _, her 16th birthday last Friday -Carolyn high management program to : : ;:. j

get results. Cedric Rosier Is us-I t

p.. _* I # Morgan-Grisbaum WSCS, MeetingThe ing Pensacola Bahia and White I ... '\. '-'.". WORLD'S FIRST AND FASTEST PORTABLE

(( WONTLET. FLOOIS1D Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morgan regular business and pro- Clover for his permanent past- CHOICE OF 4JMODELS 5 j>ECORATOaCOlORJ! j

A7tT _
\%, i'i4R't 4 : gram meeting. of the Methodist ures.Willie '
announce the marriage their
likes Giant
\ FLOO? 7OL/ WSCS was held Monday after
daughter, Frances Jean, to Rich- Crotalaria ,for a land builder. He
with Mrs.
noon in the Sanctuary
ard Grisbaum, son of Dr. J. R. leaned back in the tractor seat
C. D. Williams, presidentpre- SILENT-SUPER
U / Grisbaum and the late Mrs. siding. I cocked his foot upon the fender, STERLING CLIPPER SKYRITER 1

lighted up a smoke and remarked '
Grisbaum of Fort Lauderdale.The Mrs. L. K. Whitehead and Mra 137.27
"I sure like that sweet crotalaria ;121.37 105.47 79.10
waS of G. S. Newcomb presented the
FLOOR/NG'WE'LL 'j wedding an
you can tell right to the I
: July 14 at Folkston, Ga. program entitled "Declare< His row where I had it planted...Willie Plus Tax Plus'Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax
Glory". Those appearing on the
otscussfjRKE The former Miss Morgan is made a trial planting of
the different
a graduate of BHS, class of '43 I I program women workers in ,the Phil- Giant Striata Crotalaria from

and a graduate of the Alachua ippines were Mrs. John Tor de, :the seed'District made available to him This year, give that boy or girl, Graduate the practical 'gift that wilT
by the
General School Nursing in '5L Mrs. Olin White, Jr., Mrs. C. R. bring the maximum in pleasure and appreciation for !yeai'$ to come. ::.

at Williams, Mrs. J. F.; :McComb; Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters and built '
She is now nurse supervisor PublicProfanity: : are designed tq, offer -
Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs; L V: "
the Alachua. General, Hospital. maximum value in 'terms of performance, dependability, ;and .long life,
-C LOC4 T1ADLK Mr.' Grisbaum served four ,t :,i Charges 'of- using profanity In and are available. to suit any purse and any.purpose. Stop{ :foday and

years in the U. S. Air Force and f a public place were placed see our complete: line. .. ? 1
WCTU Meeting: >j ,
is now attending the U. of F. in against a' Starke couple, George j

the school of business admini- Griffis and his wife, Bessie, last t J
The Laura Scott -Union.

stration.Mr.. and. Mrs. Grisbaum are WCTU met last Friday- after- week at asa their result home.of a distur'bance j Terms Arranged To Suit Your Convenience; \ I

noon in the POW annex with
? BUILDERS SUPPLIES making their home in Gaines- Bond was set at $150 each.
._ Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, vice
,) ville. j
president, presiding in the absence ,

of the president. who is on reported the purchase of two .r

YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester vacation. temperance study books. The BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

brook prase-size fountain pens II Mrs. J. T. Quigley conductedthe meeting closed with the Aaronic

pastel shades. Only $5.09 at Bradford devotional, and'during the benediction, after which refresh- I

r" County Telegraph. '_' business session the treasurer menta were served. .- -r- .. a- -.: F I




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,Recent;(g4oi!'Mr..and"Mrs.1 :Mr. and 'Mrs. :Frank Blackbrn "
P. S. Crews.'at State Farm included and children of 'Okinawa are Soi""Fumigation' Methods Against V. A. Official -

'Mr. and Mrs.' >,W.-. S. Riv- spending the summer with Mrs. .Will Be SpeakerAt

ers and children of Dothan, Ala., Blackburn's mother, Mrs. Laura, N matodes To Be Shown Here July 26
I II Mr. and Mrs: J. E. Crews of Colley. Mr. and Mrs. Blackburnand Legion MeetingChaplain

FOrt Myers, and daughter Virginia
Carr Colley were deep S2a Soil
I fumigation methods for I tack below the ground are be- Burris of the Veter-
of St.
Petersburg. Mr. and fishing at Clearwater over the use in I
the battle against serious
Mrs. D. L. Shaw of LaCrosse, crop I coming a _more problem ans Administration Hospital in
weekend.Mr. .
I Mrs. Emi damaging nematodes will be than the bugs which attack Lake. City, and Assistant State
and Mr. and -
,_I----___ _____-. .. ,. Mrs. Spencer Crews of and Mrs. Harold Barton shown and explained Friday, 'I arove: the ground," Huggins Service Officer David Goding -
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dale I from the same institution, will
John B.
of said.The
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Snell. Mr. and Mrs., James R. Hixon Gainesville were overnight guests last Friday the farm of Pete Griffis on the soil fumigation methods be on the at the Post
(( grove of Miami have, been visit- were in Chattanooga, Tenn. recently Jacksonville.Duke, and Miss. Betty Andrewsof of Mr. and Mrs. H._F. Brad. Griffin Loop off of Highway 100, have not yet been used in Brad- 56 American Legion meeting ,,' wj"p>

ing Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons to attend the wedding ofa ley. County _Agent G.T. Huggins an- ford County, but have been used, Tuesday night July 23.
I the past"week.. Bishop of Grundy, Va. Mr and Mrs. William Ward ed.
nephew.Mr. ;noun elsewhere in the State. With the i
t is the guest this week of Mr. and Both speakers will discuss
, Mr. and :Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. and; Mrs.: N. P. Joyner and Brown of 411 Alton St. haye Conducting the demonstration increase ,in nematode damage it \f-;
Mrs. Lex their work at the and
and children and Mra, 'W 11. family were visiting relatives H moved to' Pinellas ark" ir ;'. :will be a representative of a I I is becoming ,inevitable that farmers .
'Mrs. other matters to
Mr. and Jim Chaateen of interest
Holland left Wednesday for Mrs. Jackson and Memphis Tenn. last I Mrs. Hal Alexander and company which manufactures I I here become familiar with
and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Out- veterans, according to'an an-
Holland's home in Dublin, Ga. week. children of Jacksonville spent soil fumigants. He will be as- mil fumigation, he said.,
I Mr.- Peek relumed' home on Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sieffermanof law were vacationing ,in Candler the past two weeks.withMr.; andj sisted by Dr. Donald Coe, plant I The demonstration next week nouncement ty Al Crosby, who ASK r l'q1 7 11
N. C. last week. has charge; of the program.All .
Thursday and Mrs: Peek :and St. Petersburg spent the Mrs. Frank Hemmingway. : pathologist with the Agriculture will be to discuss the procedurefor

Katharine will return on Friday weekend with Mr. and Mra :Mer- Linda Stevens of Jacksonville Mr. and!, Mrs L. O.:,,Lewis and Extension Service. I applying the fumigants and veterans are urged to attend CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

July 26, while Terry, L'ynwood ritt Williams and celebrated : is visiting 'grandparents, Mr.. daughter. Terry, of-' ".SavannajijGa. Nematodes; tiny Insects invir.-,I a demonstration of how to apply r this meeting in order that ,

and Dee Walters will remain with their first wedding anniversaryon i and Mrs. L. D. Green, this week. are spending thistweek" :, tf1:I ble to' the eye which attack ]lit.i The material for fumigatingan they might be well informed on ,

\ .their grandmother until Aug. 9 Sunday.Mr. Mrs. M. 'W. Cressler spent ten Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Thomas. I.. roots:"of plants., have become a acre of land will cost between I veterans hospitalization.Post about this question:

! 'Mr.' and Mrs. J. M. 'Edwards : and :Mrs. Ned Yancey and days recently with her son-in.Ja\V Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson ia in' major problem in the last few $15 and $35, Huggins estimated. Commander Guy Andrews

and daughters spent the past ind children are spending th" and daughter, 1st Lt. and Mrs. Birmingham, Ala,. for .several years, Huggins said. By last year Nematode damage has been no- stated that other matters of intErest -

two 'Weeks in Daytona Beach.. weekend with :Mrs. Yancey's mother William K. Booth at Webb Air weeks visiting'her.,, .soninlawand I i they had increased to the extent ticed .in several crops te;,des will be brought up and Thad a collision while using

Mrs., Edwards andt daughters are Mrs. J. P. Stevens and Force Base, Texas. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. that they were blamed with cutting strawberries, Huggins said, including post officials and members on my brother's car damageof

I also spending next week with ister, Mrs. Joe Turlap! in San- Mrs. Percy Padgett and J. Kiger. I the strawberry yield by. pepper, eggplant and the committees are urged to at-

her other daughter Mrs. J. M ford. The Yancey children will daughter Miss Connie Padgett Mrs. Nita Dyal is spending about 25 per cent. beans. Ornamentals and flowersare tend and make their reports. $385. My Auto Collision

High in Jacksonville. remain with their grandmotherfor I of Bradenton visited Dr._ and this week with her son-in-law: I' "There nematodes which at- also susceptible. I .
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.Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Whiteheadand a week's visit Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Miss and daughter, Mr. 'and Mrs. J. .1 CELI.WILLLUIS insurance covers only my own

family were on a boating Mr. and MITt Ed Thompsonand Madge Middleton, and Mrs. G. F. Ellerbee, in Panama City. Bigger Better CITY ELECTION Celia Williams a colored resi-

trip at Salt Springs and Lake daughter of Tulsa, Okla. W. Alderman on Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G.; R. Lewis and DATA GIVENData dent of Starke for 53 years. died car. Does the new Family I

George last: weekend. were Thursday to Tuesday visit- M. W. Cressler pent the son of Madison are renting the July 11 in a Jacksonville nurs- Auto Policy cover physical I

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holm and ors of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. past week in Stuart with Mr. Dowling home at 558 W. Call Berries Seen on Starke's forthcomingcity ing home. She was a native of .

I family of Tampa were Monday Thompson Jr. and Mrs. Earl Ricou, Judge St. election at a glance: Fort Gaines, Ga., and left thereat damage to non-owned cars as

overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Mr. and :Mrs. A. G. Gowen ofFolkston Harry Dyer and Miss Myrtle Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett Registration books opened an early age. She was a mem-

M. L. Lawson and famil,. Ga. are spending a Dyer. and family have moved to .the From Research July 11 and close at noon, August ber of Mount Calvary Baptist well as to my own car?"

Mr ana AUS. L. D. liming few days this week with Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. Argin Boggus. P. D. Reddish home on 301 10. Church.

!were In 'Stockton, Ga. on Monday I. Mrs. J. :M. Vickers. Jr. uf Columbus, Ga. were ove'rnight North' .from, the, Andrews home Predictions Deadline for qualifying 'as a Survivors are a son, Aaron

, and Tuesday; visiting Mr. MKV E. C. :Morris and daughter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim P011 Besent; road which has been of bigger and bet- candidate: Noon Tuesday, Au- Holley of Starke, and a sister,

- .and ,Mrs. Walter Timmerman. :Miss Sue Mori is, and nephew Chasteen on Thursday.Mr. purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Carl tei American; strawberries'market for the future gust 20.Qualifying. Hattie Miller, of Ocala. Charley E. Johns

They ,were accompanied by Miss Benny Saxon of Pompano Beachare and Mrs. Earl Ricou and Crosby.Mr. Dr. are made by fees for various Funeral services will be held
George M. Darrow U.
Louise Donaldson who returnedto spending this week with Mr. !. granddaughter,. Eileen Gonsolus, and Mrs. Carl Fillyaw are .. of, Agriculture, S. Department offices: City Clerk, $214.50; City Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock in

her home in Decatur, Ga. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark at the of Stuart, and Miss Hariett Dunnof renting the Charlie Powell ho'useat l and, should be of especial specialist Councilman, $30; Chief of Police, the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church

-'arter a' visit with the Vinings. lake.Mr. Columbia, S. C. were July.5 510 Laura St. interest, in Braford County $201.75; Mayor $112. with Rev. A. R. Randolph offi- & Son AgencyPhone

"'Mrs. Pat J. McNabb of Bossier, and Mrs. C. R. Williamsand and 6 guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. Dell 'Galley and daughter where this crop has been an important Election date: Tuesday7"sept. ciating. Burial will be in the Odd

La. is, spending several weeks daughter Joy. attended the W. Cressler. Jackie and Mrs. Ronald factor since the 1880's. 10. Fellows Cemeterj: under the

with her sister, Mrs. J. R. "Kelly Furniture Mart at High Point Mr Onie Hood of Mulberryand Griffin spent last riQ Y.and Giant strawberries and black- rection of Hughes and di-I 13 Starke, Fb.

and family. i N. C. last ,week. Mrs. D. H. Handley of Lakeland Saturday at St. Augustine berries, collected recently in' morticians.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurt and are spending this week Beach. Four Future Farmers
South America, will be ur,d by
... children of Pittsburgh Kas. and with Mrs. P. S. Denmark. Mrs. -- _
Attend -- -
Mr. and Mr O. IT-vell Lawson plant breeders (says Dr. Dar- Forestry "- --E-- ;
Miss Cora Lou Peel of Cherokee. Denmark and her guests attended -
and son, Jimmy, spent last week row) to develop new and still
Kaa are spending two weeks the Crews family reunion at Camp At O'LenoFour
with relatives in Savannah, Ga. better varieties through cross- TIMBER FOR SALEWe
FLORIDA with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion the Long Bridge Christian
Mr. and Mrs ,E. W. Hayes and breeding with domestic plants. Future Farmers from
and family. Champions. Church on SundayMr.
their guests and W. B. Thompsons and Mrs. J. I. Ogden of granddaughter Sue Deas, of Both wild and cultiviated Bradford County art attending I IFlorida's are offering for sale all timber measuring 6" In diameter -
Lake City were in Augusta, Ga. strawberries with large size, resistance 23rd annual forestry
are visiting Silver Springs. Pompano Beach. ,were. dinner and upward on 80 acres of land about 4 miles of Starke,
-" over the weekend visiting Mjr. to disease, and other training camp in session this weekat
r THEATRESAT. St. Augustine this week.and Cypress Gardens guests. J. Dowling Saturday. Mr, and Mrs.E. and Mra. Wilson Hayes. ? promising characteristics have Camp O'Leno near High Bradford County, Florida upon the following terms and condi

been in Chile. tions.
collected They Springs. Representing the Brad-
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mr. and Mrs. R. O.Dans. ;by and Mrs. W. S. Slade and grand-
were found growing under such ford Chapter are Edwin Mosleyof
., JULY 20 ONLY Sr. and granddaughter, Martell son, Mickey were, visiting rela- daughter, Flora: Slade, returned diverse conditions as long, dry Lawtey and Roland Stern of Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE were vacationing at Hot Springs. tives in Ozark, Ala. the past ten Tuesday from two weeks vacation seasons, heavy rainfall, mild Starke*; while delegates from chef in the amount of $150.00 payable to Florida Realty; Co.

Ark. the past two weeks. .,in.. .\Vanesville- _N.. >.C. ..,.. the Starke Chapter are Terrell Green
SLOW DRAWL..LICHTNIN'DRAW! days.Mrs. \4.-v f coastal temperatures of Starke as an evidence of good faith in submitting bid.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H,.. Lance'of : Lucile Davis of. Starke .:Mt: J1ndrMrs., E.J: ,Bradley rigors o( the Andes Mountains of Brooker, and D. Ritch Green of

I I. Atlanta were weekend guests; of 'I and Mr. and" MiwW.;; 'M.' Northof visited':Mr=>and'Mrs. K. 'C. Scott as far;.as: tI-se ,,timberline.. Some Starke., Bids are to be opened at 116 North Walnut Street.Starke,

Mr.; and Mrs. M. W.., Lance.] the State Farm's fe Satur; and Mrs. Ollie Bradley in L. es- were, found within ;1,600 feet of The forestry. camp is conducted Florida, at the hour of 12:00 o'clock noon Saturday, Aug. 17,

r : Corbin Cornell! and his aunt, day evening supper. (guest1 bf'4 Jr. .burg hover.:. the ;weekend. the permanent snowline,,..,Where annually by the' Florida': Forest 1957.

Mrs,. Wilbur Scott. and :Mrs. and Mrs: H. G. Davis, 'Jr. In. I *' teX4.ipen after .freezing.. .Service to show tomorrow's: land-

George. Broadfoot, all of Gainesville Gainesville. Mrs' "Davis remained Employee Thefts Successful crossing 'of'these; owners' and 'land managers how. Land description be furnished at our office in Starke,

1 A.: :; were guests Wednesday' over the. weekend'rwitl\*',. : the, South American species with to work forest land ,to .obtain the Florida upon request.
evening of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Davises. most money for themselves, and
Greater Than our1 \\'R can mean many
tA Quigley.. They were. enroute Mrs. Charley Johns 'and daughter >: advantages for both producersand for conservation of the state'svaluable Agents reserve the ,right to reject any and all bids.
home from Jack "nville after I forest
Markleyann, are ,vactioningin resources. The
I consumers in the United
seeing Mrs. Carnell and children Asheville,. N. 'Gf'fbr ten' days First Believed boys receive five days, of inten- I
for York ..- '" Spates: .according, to D!. Darrow. : sive forest FLORIDA REALTY CO. of Starke
UiLUMBAKTuRt% I aboard a-'plane New Jim Rit h"was: WashiAgto}. 'V ): tf rt .: :.,0" 1r'd.. fruit size WOUld CUt ; management instruction ,
where they will spend the summer D. C. on business last week. 'Sh.erlff. P. D. Reddish said --- ---' presented by professionals AGENTS
harvest Greater firmnessand I
< from the Forestry School at the
with. Mrs. Carnell's parents.Mr. Mr. and Mrs., J.iiCLl: Harrell of -
that in 116 Starke
yesterday, : subsequent ; disease resistance would cut X. Walnut St. Fla. TeL 385
..' ...l.a.igd. cMJcs.: SlE W.M..BAlI and Mrs. W. E.' Wilcox Brooker were Sunday;'afternoon vestigation, disclosed the amountof ; losses at production and marketing University of Florida.
AND and daughter, Dottie, of Ft. victors ofTMr. and Mrs. V.; V: materials- stolen from B. T.' The boy from the Starke and I t -:
levels, bringing more high-
Lauderdale three : Bradford chapters were selected
are spending
Hazen. .
Thomas Lumber COL by three em- at
. berries to consumers ,
weeks at the Bence cottage on 1 Mr. and Mrs. 'J.E.. Hildebran to 'be much quality by popular vote of the other mem-
ployees appears favorable prices.Of .
: Lake. 'v'i ''i.1 bers to attend the camp.
1EST and
family were ationing first believed.
greater than \ .
Mr. ''and Mrs. Elmer Johns and [ especial interest to growers
Shelby Morganton, N. C.
estimated hia
Thomas lost will be the possibility of GET SET for MUFFLERS
children of Barnesville, Ga. sent your
F'AGREA last week.
,between and $5,000. .
I ses
i ,, last week with, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.- Lloyd- :1- 'Green. and sOme of developing plants with greater with a Movie Camera from BullIngton's. -
2,000 gallons
: Swindell. Wd'BiU' including resistance to drouth, cold, and For sale or rent (tf)
\ Jimmy son. Archie, Daytonwere gasoline and varied building .
supplies :
USR1M1NA1NVESTLtAtION In recent Seasons Bra4-
returned : dh 9ase.
W.. R.' Miller recently in Gainesville
Monday the Sheriff said. The' in- Guaranteed for the LIFE of
have had to con-
from a Washington, D. C. hospital afternoon. .: ford growers your car .
vestigation is still in progress tend with all three of these
where he underwent surgery -
Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Green and the full extent of the plot threats to such an extent that at No Extra Cost
; three weeks ago. and family spent last week at COLONIAL
Little Evelyn Thomson of I may not be known for some time. the strawberry, once the top-
the Eiland cottage. on Silver
was in the ,coun-
1 1I Monticello is visiting her grandparents ranking case crop
Lake. Ted Curtis. part time book- ty, is now 'trailing corn, pepper, Why waste money on a new muffler every few years
Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
Jimmy Hazen left Tuesday for keeper and yard foreman at the and several others as a FLORISTPHONE
Stump.Dr. ten days visit with his brother- Thomas company, has confessed i I I without this guarantee Stop in today and let us
money producer.
and :Mrs. J. Beckwith and
in-law and sister and Mrs i
to a part in the thefts, the Sheriff -
daughter of :Miami were weekend Max Furlong in San Antonio, said. Also implicated are two Bradford growers wfil follow 218 install one of the "Life of Your Car" Mufflers.
etiests of Dr. and :Mrs. S. R with interest any further eXperi-

Marco. "iJ: IUIi.A. Texas.Mrs. Lex Green and daughter, other and-Excell employees Green., Baker Charles is Baker a pa- mentation with the South A-

Lu. were in Tampa Tuesday and mIle who was paroled to Thomas! mericln species. (j)

I I1L'* Wednesday last week and wenton the I from the State Prison in 'February Jeff Chandler SEAT COVERS : ;l ,-

Thursday to attend Reddish said. He was sentenced -
1v 1 hsd u,s"NwimM; diUMI..a ...u ,
-...... ITf A FACT funeral of Mrs. Green's grand-' from Alachua oun'for. In Reconstruction Fabrics
i .a-J' mother, Mrs. Esther Letchworthon
robbery. All
I Occasions
: Friday. Drama At Park Tailor made to fit all models and makes in the

I Mrs. Grace Pearce of Plan'tCity > DISH CARDED
_ Teacher Takes -
; was the overnight guest ,A savage drama about the aftermath widest variety of colors and materials you have ever

Via Tramed Cat" Cartoon,and Monday of Mrs. J. H. Fields. Project .InHealthEducation of Appomatox will be seen POTTED PLANTS

I Chapter No. 9, -Congo BilL" AROOM Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, in "Drango" starring Jeff Chand- seen.
ler, Joanne Dru and Julie Lon POTTERY
Jr. and of Leesburg spent
family don at the Park Theatre Sunday WE NEED 100 USED WHITE WALL TIRES
SUN., MON., TUES. the weekend with the senior Mrs. Elizabeth- Eubanks" through Tuesday. Flowers Wired

July 21, 22, 23 Flynns. teacher of the exceptional chil- Chandler has the role of Major TOP TRADE-IN VALUE
Sullivan of Williston is
dren's class at Lawtey Junior Drango, a Union army officer Anywhere
__J- -c-.,...._ visiting his cousins Mike and '
I High School, is taking a teacher with a secret reason for helping SUNOCO SERVICE
t1iI AlAN CLIFTON SOPHIA Wayne Chitty this week. project coursa in health education rehabilitate a defeated but still Nona St. stark

J LADD WEBB-LOREN Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalezwere dangerously hostile and bitter
at the University of Floridaand 452 N. Temple Ave. Phone 314 ,
< vacationing at Tampa,
named Kennesaw
: L BOYONA has spent three weeks at Georgia town
Webster and Madeira Beach last Pass. He is a contrite soldier, t
the Bradford County Health Department -
DOLPHIN week. hoping in peace to atone for the
for field training.Dr. 1
CINEMASCOPE Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cole and ravages of war but the hate-fires
Dora Hicks professor of
,: son, Gary spent the last two burn deep in the little town and
,n. ( ". SWER NEXT WEEK ) health education, and Floyd
the situation is warpedinto
4 '" ; James Drier in Toledo, Ohio. Baker with the department of an open bid for armed rebellion HEAR BILL COMPTON
See for yourself the marvelous health education of the State unreconstructed -
is Tues- by a young
C. C. Hoppe spending
improvement expert servicing Board of Health, spent a.day rebel Ronald Howard.
with his sisters-
lay to, Sunday
Drivein here recently working with Mrs. Joanne and Julie offer
make in exciting
can your
Mus "Bedexffled Rabbit" Cartoon in-law, Mrs. O.: L. Beasley and
Eubanks in connection with the portraits of persons caught in the JULY 22 THRU
for AUG. 4
today that oil change Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Mrs. Hoppe ,
-a I course maelstrom of Kennesaw Pass.
WED. and lubrication. Our service! and son, Jimmy, will join their
July 24, 25, 26 means specialized attention for, family over the weekend.Mr. .
and Mrs. Tom Poole of
car, at reasonable cost. r.
your *'
} ,I( tim Toronto, Canada overnight \ !

U&Q Pure Water is! Not Good to guests Monday night of last Miss Judy of Steinhatchee GREAT PREACHINGi. i

Drink. week of Mr. and Mrs. Charles


Absolutely 'pure water would Bias.Mr.. and Mrs. D. B. Gore and DEEP SEA_ FISHINGCHARTER BOAT

; 'be 'injurious''to the human Mrs. Sylla Blackburn of Clear-

1tJ! body. All drinking water contains water spent last week with Mrs. With. Fathometer and Ship-to-Shore t.Radio Telephone I Come and Bring the Entire Family.
Laura Colley.Bobie I
mineral elements. Sue Barksdale was visiting -, NEW BOAT 50 FT. LENGTH Services will be a blessing to everyone

her uncle and aunt, Mr. -. '-_ I
WINNER 5 GAL. GASN. and Mrs. R. C. Williams. in Ta- _
mpa from Tuesday to Thursday. CAPT. J. E. STEWART MARVIN E. FAILE, Pastor I
Plus "Putty Tar' Cartoon D. THOMAS
Arlene Lee Bias was a patientin .
S the Baptist Memorial Hospital CALL HY-8-3598, CROSS CITY, FLA. ;.: 'u: '
+ I
NOW. TLLEYfSINCLAIR from Wednesday to Friday of 1 1I'
You can buy a.25c box of the last week.

finest Popcorn take home STATION Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and THURSDAYS OPEN BOAT First Baptist Church

at. our Modern Concession 987 TEMPLE A* son Robin, and G. W Mullins Hampton
you. of Ocala were visiting relativesin ,
1 :
Atanta over the weekend.


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YYYYYYYYYYTTYTTTTTTYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT9 is carried by the Rotary Club YvYYYYV'YT"YYTTvvvv', ,, -V1VVYVY1P.4Yi-VV-"' -- -.-:,- ----. ,.,.-yyyI-. ,potted.,palms-! decorat'd.the; altar I many years.' He was named .first er; Mrs May Sweeney of Gainesville -
and successful flat fry on' P'rt-- .and .front of the church alongside cashier of the Hampton State ? and Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS 'day evening Will insure tie .
', cf this splendid1 pro-continuation -' M A'YJLLE: : i ffAWTON; : f"the1 archway. !JaVhe" it received its _chart Watterson', :!..II'SDot: Eiland, Mr.

I Following! the .ceremony, a reception er from the ,Secretary of State and Mrs. Lynn Hall. Mr. and
Irs. '3 Russell .;urn. Everybody come! ,
By Young Phone Keystone 3421Council Speaker at RotaryDr. By MiL O. B, Nolan B j Mr*. D. E.: IflD I was- held at the church in 1915, and continued in that Mrs. H.D.. May Mrs.' C .L. May,'

AA& A &LA AAAAAAA r pastoriura: honoring the! couple. capacity during the entire time Mrs. Robert Cox and daughter,
------ Harvey Myers, Professorf 4AALAAALALALLAAAAAAAaMr. "' && &&&& lAAAAiAAAAAAMiss I The bride's cake, three-tiered the bank 'was located here. The and Melody May, all of Hampton. -

Asks .For Bids to Route' 21 (Nightengale,, Or ) Industrial Education in the and :Mrs.. Harry Padgett : and topped with a miniature bank flourished during the '
Repairs 'to the hangar at the I chid, Jasmine) was brought before University of Florida, brought Norma' Jean Jones bride and therefreshment
ind ,family and Mis. Vini ,Cutr groom, highlighted "boom" years of the 1920's! but, School Roof Repaired
airport 'are now completed and the Council at its last meet. x>me live exhibits when he 'e me ,and daughter Norma Jean of Weds Bobby Keith 'FaIle i table. Pink roses, disbanded I'during the early daysof Repair work on the Hampton
the Town CounciUis inviting' bids ing. This will require a petitionto to the Keystone Heights Rotary I Before an' archway Interwoven and: bowl of' the
Clay, Hill. were.recent. visitors pink candles a pink 'the depression years of Elementary School roof was
for painting the hangar. G. E. be brought before Council.amf lub on Friday to tell something "'n' Daytona: Beach- 'and Port Orange with, fern and flowers, ,I punch carried out the pink and done this week, according to

Wiggins 'wil furnish specifica- payment of 100 per cent of 'the bout Nicaragua where he and and also'went on'a {ish- fry Norma Jean Jones of Hampton' l white theme. Assisting in serving 30's.The Futches continued to live Mrs. Ola M.' Perkins, school

tions to bidders.At cost by the petitioners.Fish Iis family spent some time on over at' Live; Oak. and Bobby Keith Fane, TTSN, I were Mrs. Betty May, Mrs. in Hampton then, while' he was principal. The flat part of the t

a recent meeting of the Fry On Friday n assignment in- his field: A Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson, 4rs. were married Saturday evening Jean Misner, and. :Miss Shebbie employed at Bradford County roof was re-covered, she said. i

Town Council it' 'was also re- Will Close Swim Course' nonkey, a tucan bird and a par- Dewey McPherson, and Mrs. ,Julyj'ji, in the Hampton Baptist' I: Prevatt )Irs. L. I* Hutchings, Bankr then moved to. Leesburg PersonalsMrs.

ported that natural gas will soon The above 'caption should no* ot. who talked so' much'she war Harry Padgett were- 'business Church" f V I cut,! the cake. Keeping the bride's where he was state bank inspector Florrie Maxwell spent

be available if the ity wantsit alarm those "young fry" wh '.sked to leave, brought- a toucl) visitors in Jacksonville last. Wed 'The ,dol1bl -ting cerempn! was book was Norma Jean .Morrison. : for '.several years. several days last week with her

The line will be brought down- have just been promoted fron _f special interest to the in'ormatlve '1 sday. .I performed cby>> icandlelight, with- The'-couple, left, for a wedding Survivors include his --wife sonin-Iaw and daughter, Mr.

Route 100... minnows to fish. We assure yo talk by Dr. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginr Pastor Marvin- ,E. Faile, brotherof trip to South Carolina where Elma B. Futch: one son, Leslie, and' Mrs. Burris, in Jacksonville.

Mayor'Beasley also reported the fish will be imported! Thos eminary Choir Heard )tham announce 'the arrivalsof ,.the .bridegroom officiating.' they! will' 'also Visit with friend who was! born 'hi Hampton now Visitors of the G. W. Saxons

that operations had been started from the beginner class whr< Eighteen young men, who !ar- i: daughter, born Wednesday, M rSi (Faile served, as matronTofhpnorj of the, bridegroom in Lancaster.. of CleWiston; a daughter, Mrs, last week were Mr. and Mrs.

by the Cabot Carbon Co. to remove have, been advanced to "fish' 'tud 1ng for the Christian min uly 10, in .the,- Bradford. County l .and best man was Rex S.' C.) [The son of 1. !. and Mrs. Lois Calahan of Lakeland; his Jessie Ogden, Mr., and Mrs. Marvin -

the resinous stumps at the are: as follows: Marlene Linsin ;try, were visitors at Montgom loapitaL The young; lady has Faile/ brother of the groom. Ernest, Faile' 'of Lancaster- the mother, Mrs. Martha Futch. Ogden, Mrs. Eunice Morris

airport. Lee Townsend, Dot Harden ry Conference Center, hear Key :een named Robin Deann Mrs. r1\,bride 'given ,In marriageby bridegroom is a' machinist'smate Seminole; one' brother, Circuit and daughter Sue and Benny

Printed forms will soon be bergh, Donna Sieber, Larry Lin .tone Heights on Thursday: 'liginbotham' is the former,,Wss -lier stepfather, Raleigh Bran- hird class, in the Navy, Judge T., 'G. Futch of Leesburgj :Saxon, all of Pompano Beach;

mailed informing the owners of 'sin, Charles Platt, Linda Williamson 'uly 11. Following lunch th. lonnie Starling of Lawtey., nen,' *wore "a street-length prin- based on a: ship pow in San a sister, Mrs." Emma Campbell and' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunter

vacant lots that a charge of $1 Win Powell, Lance Andrewson roup, under the direction o ;Friends, of little, Miss. o Karen cess-style dress of, pink, silk organza ? Diego, California; After his present -')f Seminole, and one grand- and, ,sons Lynn _Toney and

will be made for mowing by the and Betty Craven, an adul )avid Hugh Jones, gave a de Iriffia will regret to learn' that ; with a matching' full leave; Mrs. Faile will con- iaughter.. Johnny. of Ft. Lauderdale. They

beginner.: ghful concert. A number o he has been on the sick list,,.for. tinue to make her home in Mrs.
city if there lots are not mowedin duster. She carired a bouquet of Funeral services were held alsq visited with Mr. and

September.Tax On Friday, following the fif eystone Heights' visitors heartle he past few_ days.: white carnations, and a pearl- Hampton with her parents, un- Friday afternoon at the Kurfiss B. Y. Saxon ,and Mr. and Mrs.

Collections fry, over 100 who have been i program 'at the invitation o: Mrs D. J. Parrish and Mrs. covered white Bible, "something til her husband has shore dutyin neral home in Cl rmont. Attending Gene Birt. 'I

Mrs. Sara McDonald, Tax Collector attendance 'at the swimmin ie director of thIs week'; luford Higginbotham. "were" busi- borrowed" from a friend. In her the United States. the funeral from Hamp- Mrs. Annie Ward, and Charles

was given a vote of classes will receive recogniticfor }uth Conference, Dr. E. F less visitors in Jacksonville last hair she wore ,a pink flower The new Mrs. 'Faile is a 1957 ton were Mrs. T, F. Brown Mr. and* Imnfcgene Ward are visiting
of Lake '
thanks for her efficient workin their progresa The classe ontgomery City. rhursday., A I, bandeau,, ,and white shoes and graduate of Bradford' High ind Mrs!: J. J. Brann; and Mrs. friends in Pennsylvania this

the collection\ of the .local tax- have been under the instructioof .uilding New Motel Baptismal Cervices for the gloves' completed her costume. I School, and since i her graduation O. W. Moore of Starke. week.

es when she, m de'her. report to Jim Leiby and Henry Simonof The H.. J, Boatwrights are be Maxville, "Baptist.- Church' ,were' Mrs, : Faile wore a pale blue has been employed at JMitcheH'r Bill Compton To Speak Mrs. J. H. Gregory underwent

the Town: Council r on 'July 9. the YMCA Camp, assisted tj: nning construction on a- motel) 'ield last Sunday afternoon at princess street-length dress, Drug Store in Starke. \t Revival July 22Aug. 4 surgery last week in Duval

Only three tax, bills are uncol- Miss Pat Crawford, a newcome1 ituated on Lake Crescent or hack Creek: 'neahe, Long! with a, corsage, of blue carnations Out of town guests presentfor Rev. Bill Compton, evangelist Medical Center, Jacksonville.
lected. to our community. Pat is a student loute 17. The removal of over Branch Church and "a blue-flowered' band- the wedding included Mr *rom Decatur, Ala., will speak },jr. and. Mrs. D. E. Hill and

Budget Appproved I I at Miami' University, Miam' 00 'fruit trees was necessary tr Mrs. ,Arthur. Wilkinson of eau. The mother of' the bride, and Mrs. Ernest Faile and Rex for a two-week series of meet- daughters were Jacksonville

The new budget figure of Ohio. Mrs. Fred Dodd, who las lake room for the new struct TacksonviHe y.$itel1.' her, ''daugh.er ,Mrs. !iBrannen' ,wore. Ii'navy-blue. Faile ''of Lancaster, S. C.; Mrs. ings at Hampton Baptist Church itors Friday evening with Mr.

$23,000 was presented and approved year passed her Senior Life Saving ire.. *. ,' Mrs. J.' O. Nolan' and family dress; yjith pink carnation- corsage Louise' Jones of Trenton, grandmother beginning Monday evening: July and Mrs. T. W. King and sons.

by the Council for the regular Ccurse, has been instructing The Boatwrights are greatly 'ast Thursday., ;;. and :Mrs: Ernest, Faile of the bride; Mr. and 22, 'at 8 p. m. each night through Mrs. J. W. Home and two
operating expenses of the the children under six who arc missed from Keystone, as the} Mr. and Mrs..?Lyle Schmehls mother --'of ''the: groom, wore ,a Mrs., Percy1 Jones and family of Sunday, August 4.' granddaughters, Melody May
town. The tax rate of ten mills not yet eligible for the minnow were both interested and active 'nd daughter of Jacksonvillenent mauVe dress wIth. 'a corsage of Trenton; Mr.. 'and Mrs. C. H.. A graduate of 'Tennessee Tem- and. Barbara I Sue Barksdale,
remains the same. class. 'n' the Community' Church am the 'weekend, with Mr.and yellow"carnations.. Layfield of' Gainesville; Mr. and ole Theological Seminary in spent from Tuesday to Thursdaythis

proposed Street PavingThe This swim program is a pro- I !ivic affairs of this community 'frs. Buford' Higginbotham.' 'Sylvia "Paijik" :of Starke! iangecompan1d' M s., .'Jessie May Brannen of Chattanooga, Tenn., Rev. Comp- week viriing in Tampa with

proposed paving of the ject'of the Keystone Heights Ro Mrs. Boatwright having held of- Mr. and ,Mr&.-.Ben Higginboth'm i by ,Mrs. Mona B rtow ton has been preaching and do- Mr. and ,Mrs. R. C. Williams and

Street running' from Route 100CAY'S tary Club and offers, free of ices in the Women' organiza anounce the arrival of r Canova 'oij) the piano; : Bouquetsof Associational! WMU ing. evangelistic work for the I' sons.Expected I

.. charge, the best in swimming Instruction ion of the church arid also it .hu hter born; Saturday,. July pink ,and.i !, White gladioli and Holds Quarterly Rally last three years iiT many partsof fo arrive this week
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to the young people of 'he Woman's Club. I 3. inV; St-.Luke'a .Ho8pital/ atkonville. Miss! Pearl Todd, missionary 'the country., He has. also done! from I Houston, Texas. was O. J.

community and to our many ?ap Boat Trip F < < The young lady :. has visited fcll of'last' week with his to' ,China and Japan and a program missionary work in Canada and Lindsay for a visit with his mother -

visitors. The coat of the prograir Cadets and senior members o' I Seen named.'Donna ,Faye;.'' uncle and : .aunt, Mr. and 'Mrs. on youth 'work in the' New the Caman Islands. Mrs. Ben Saxon. It will be

the Civil Air Patrol will enjoy f I Mrs D. J. Parrish' celebrated John North. River Association were highlights Tony Gonzalez of Starke will the first' time he had been here,

Home AppliancesYour FOR DEPENDABLE :oat trip on Sunday, leaving her birthday last Sunday night. We regret to learn that Frank : of the Baptirt Associational be pianist for the services, and where he grew up, for a visit

Walker's station at 8:30: a. m when''Mr.. and Mrs. Parrish and Wellhausen is ill and has been WMU quarterly rally at B u. James Sims, of Gainesville win since 1948.

Friendly 3enior members of the Patrol) family, Mrs. Hattie Nolan) Mr. confined to his home for over a lah Church on Wednesday, July be the song leader. Special music -Mrs. H. L. Ownbey and her

DealerS Termite Control Arill furnish boats and lunch. uid Mrs. '''JT.' C. Nolan i nd family ,week now. ', 10. will be: presented, and the church mother, Mrs. Metz of Keystone

Norge Boats will be put in at Silvei ind Mr. and 'Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Clarence North New associational WMU officers nursery will be open each night. Heights, visited Sunday in

NQaGE.APPIJANCES. I Household A Commercial Springs for the Silver Spring md family all enjoyed birthday of' i,Jacksonville visited Sunday were elected for' 'the 1957- Marvin E. Faile, pastor of the Hampton with Mrs. T. F. Brown.

Feat ControlS Run. -ake' and drinks at the home' of with Mr. and''Mrs.': John North. 58 year at the. business meeting, church has invited members and Mrs. O\\ bey. had recently.visit- I'
and' Mrs. ''C. B. Nolan. Mrs. H. F. Higdonand ; ed Colorado? Springs, Colo
S MAYTAO WASHERS Fifteen officers from Group 2 Mr. 'Rev. and which preceded the program friends to attend and support all
Grove Spraying Headquarters'were visitors a' Mr. and Mrs. Lacey'Brown of family have returned froma Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux: of Gad- services during the two-week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown.

S COLEMAN HEATERS and the Airtel headquarters of thI I Clarke:: were' guests' Saturday of week's vacation spent with area church was 'pe-glected preident i meeting.. NOTICE TO APPEAR

FLOOR FURNACES'We Can FR. 6-6035 local CAP for their meeting or'' Mrs. Lonnie Harris :and family Mrs.. Higdon'amother, Mrs. Sid' Mrs. J..MConner, Raiford !. ClrtBtt C.mrt. BradUrd CMtr
; Crawfords Entertafli .
Friday, July 12. :I.nd 'Mrs.u1ia'priff ': ney Harris: ;; in Chattan og Florida In. Chanrnr.
i fb vice-president and Mr L. L At Chicken Barbecue Thomas G. Skinner Jr., Plaintiff
Service, All Makes Florida Pest Control .< w. regr } th"t'J 1s inesWelhiausen Tenn. Pauline Faye Skinner Defendant. -
KeyNotes ; ? { : / vs.
Of ;. .?,' D1'al'or Brooker, secretary- Approximately 30 guests;iwere Case No. 10-225
f Appliances if. &, Chemical Co. ;Mrs.H.,: ;L.. Ownby ,:and! rjer mother j .flast' been I I1t.at'herlori 'Mrs.Sidney.Harrs, and'. ..,h'daughter '. '. 'treasurerV';icHmhrftJee{ *', chairmen present Saturday evening 'at the I Notice To Appear -
Mrs. Alice Metz, have just fnere... ,. ,., the Hill Tb: Pauline Faye 'Skinner, whose
Ii l. ,
Phone 10 ( % were, ", passengers"representing njjjned w ? }{ts. 'D.i IE..K home lof' ''Mr. 'and Mrs.:\' D. H. residence'and-; address tsrSOOl ,Tea.
24 N. W. 16th Ave.FIorlcla. returned from a trip, partly by The i Maxville baseball team the B'ranch' Baptist Taleta, Tens. :
Long Street
I : Hampton/ youth. leader; Mrs. S. Crawford and daughters for a doso
Starke_ Florida Gainesville, motor, which took them'to Fairfield 'lost; iheft-rgjk'me''to1'Lawteyt'fiun-' Church at the"Associationa E. :'Sparks,\ I Starve, mission chicken barbecue" 'in: their yard. ,, ,You suit 'for ate divorce hxrebv. 'notified that -A
_- 'j wher day with a score of 9 to:.mTUis$ 'Baptist':
enjoyed Pond1'
Iowa they meeting at Black Ttud'yifcMrS.lDelorw: : Charmichael!, Hosts for the party were Leon baa been filed against you in the
a visit with Mr Ownby's broth- Sunday" : ;tljB( .Lawtey team willolay" Church last 'i1day' : Heilbronn Springs. community I Moorer- grandson of Mr.' and: above YOU' are, named required Court to serve-and cause copy and of

M D'8 Clothing er, Lt. Col. Charles! A. Easton Max\ lle here., i Mr. and Joti, Leslie'Sweat nd missions; Mrs. James Griffin Mrsj! H. D. May; Mr. arid' Mrs. : oursnwerorPied1flf to, tnec.in.. ,
Members 'the"Maxvili,; Bap- J < plaint on the Plaintiff Attorner
ALVAREZ STORE' 'Established 18'4 I and his wife and two sons. .ThE church family were, ,visitors in, Jackson- stewardship: Mrs. Frank Beard Crawford, and :Mr. and Mrs. William D. Morgan, 507 Clark
stons sailed for following .j!:< Church met, at the } i Evading Jacksonville 3, Fla.
Europe ,
\rill Sturday. prayer; Mrs J JO-frC.1 >Ellis Chil John Willie Eddy; of. Waldo.
visit Col. Easton to Wednesday? .. Jiight;; t.o\..,idjscqssplans' f and file th .brtgloai in the pf/lce of
the ,* ifcsscjGVoria.Higginbbtham J of, dren's Hdrne>, *nd'' Mrlt.r o.u F; >'>Guests present were Mr. and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
complete his final tour of foreign l for a :vac tion. Bible < Feimer Kingsley Lake, Training Mrs. Lonnie Crawford, }Mr. and or before then
''at Jacksonville visited .last Monday day of Augut,. 1957;
Thursday! was cleaning" day '
That's Our Business duty before retirement. M ?. : a' Lonnie Crawford Jr., and of said
'a the "Jaxville 3ptist: church: A wit! her mother, ,., Mrs. Leslie School: chajrmanssiTaking } Mrs. otherwise the allegations
Complaint will be taken AS eontess'I
Ownby also enjoyed a visit with R.
I, If It's Glass We Have IU! nice 'group" .of; ;workers .gathered: Sweat. : part in 'the youth pro- son, and Mr. and Mrs. S. ed by you.This .
her and son-in-law.
daughter i ,
arid Johns'and of Starke
"si'ade son, : notice ihall be published
"M"r. .were"Mis.s: Anita Mott of
I CALL WRITE VISIT Pvt. and :Mrs. Frank Brown in for the 'day, Bringingsandwicher! [ ... andMrsAyery : pram Mr. and Mrs. John once each week for four consecutive I
J *or lunch ar>d cleaned and scrubbed family of Hampton spent Sun Brooker; Misses Clarinell Cooper Harry;; Eddy, weeks In the Bradford County Tel ;

Colorado Springs, : The of, trip interestin included ; the' '-;,church. ,'T1Iy 1so. ',did i 'day]; with Mrs,;,Sade'spareflti.!\( and.. Diane: Stew rti. Hampton; Willie'' Eddy and family, and Mr. graph. Dated, this 3 day of July 1957., I

Joe Peters Glass Co. many places somift. i>ainUng' ,'theVe'-' this ,week' Mr/, and Mrs Claude' Greene. ,Miss' 'Peri: arid: '"MarthaSei!- and Mrs. Jack, eddy ;and' .:family. ,(OFFICIAL' SEAL) Charles A,Darby ..
the west, and also" included in Rh den all at WaldoMri''and :Mra. M. _' Clerk 'of the Circuit Court
litr. aitd" 'Mpi.Biri Mr. and Mrs: Farley met: ::an'drMissV'Carolyri Morton }
,.. ; Rpberson By Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I FOR ANY GLASS NEED the itinerary was a visit with and}, daughter" : 'pi ,Jackspnyillevisifed and; Mr. 'and Mrs. H. A. Sweatof VJiicrcloir";'ru.; ;" T.aVo: ..-.. .MiseocTliomas .-,---- _S&1Ma-- D. ,Ha'rrell and family of Brook 7/12.. -- 4t-- 1/-. %-
Mrs. Ownby's siater-in-law and '
We Design Modem Store Fronts Sunday 'tyHh .Mra.: 'poro- Macclenny enjoyed1' "frsh and 'Geraldine Gay of I ,
family Dr. and' Mrs. Joe H. .
I. Just Mall Us A Pattern for -- thy ;Waters'and family; supper,: at, the,,home 'of' 'Mr: dMrS' Madison Street&iurchV';! Mte vs '
Keller in Nashville, Tenn. _. **-j\,"*_-"" ''i ," .. Monday KBloodswbrtiTGlenda
EJ."p.T; 'Higginbotham' Gwen and qind <
fl ,. Table Tops ''Miss Members of.'the Congregational ,
Suzan Robins of Arcadia. '
1313 KW1; 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 I has taken over the management Holiness church- will gather night.'Mr.nd. and Wallac- ,Myrna Lou
of Pat Fraher Williams' Saturday. evening, 'July, 20. at 6 :,Mts. C. B. Nolan Dodd, andf Lorna" and David -Sp S; $

Shop. We welcome her as Beauty a. 'new o'clock to enjoy" an ice cream family rind Mr. ,and 'Mrs. E. D. James 'of Rait .<1visses' Sandra says- ,
Higginbotham enjoyed Craven' and Janet Hickman of
member of our community. supper. -
i Mrs. Irving .Hanson of Miam' :Albert North of Jacksonville ming'at Strickland's Landing Starke told of_ --s 1GA f* wJ: camps, anda vTust like a: homerun with the I
last' Tuesday evening. group of'S nbeams from First
LET US Beach is a visitor'at the homeof Miss :Roberta Brown bases loaded .- our ice cream
FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT daughter, Mr., arid Mrsv .Dan Hargroves Baptist Church. Starke sang II

Mrs. J. A. Thornquist and *)f the Bronx, N. Y., left by'planefor and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. two' numbers, and gave their flavors are big hits! % )

Miss Ruth Ohlson, Mrs. Hansonis their"" home' 'on Sunday, 'after Bootsie Cannon 'and family, Mr. watchword' 'rally cry. Work .' S

BUILDING JOBBor on her way from a visit in V visit of several 'weeks with' the and Mrs., Wilkinson and ramify of Junior GA, Intermediate GA, Good food-good for you.
with her '
daughter.Mrs. S. E. McKays. ;. and Mrs. Lealer Harris and Sunbeams and YWA groups -were Serve Super Sue ice ereainandyou'llbeawinner'
Alice L. Metz, mother of
Mrs. :Margaret Tracy had asher SOIl attended church at the Rai- represented on the program.
Mrs. H. L. has entered '
Ownby, guests last week Mrs. Wilbur of Christ Sun- .
Bradford for .Rd Church Dinner .on the church grounds -- :
County Hospital '
Montgomery and MrS; Charles -
day followed the morning session
Free '
_____ I sirgery. Moore of Maitland. Mrs. ."1.tiss'--Iinide r'Hargroves is' recuperating ,With' the' Beulah church as host.A. .
'Mrs. L.
.Estimates son are visiting C. Gayle Mr.Jr.and and Mrs.young L. i Montgomery renewed'. her 'former i ,from having twc A. FUTCH 71, DIES; '
I acquaintance with the Russell teeth pulled in Jacksonville last FORMER HAMPTON BANKER -
C. Gayle, Sr:, at their Lake "' 'f'' It's good...
Phone __ Youngs. j Wednesday.. One of'them had to Arthur A. Futch, 71, cashier '
Brooklyn home.husband Mrs. Gayle, Jr. Mr.. and :Mrs: j. R. Cook' havereturned 'be'"cut out. for 20 years of the old Hampton e1111J It's SUPERIOR

493-J and her make their fro n'a' trip which 'in 'jrr.- 'and .}Irs. F. B. Coleman, State Bank, died Wednesday,
home in : '
Venezuela, where Mr. eluded<< 'a ,visit to Mrs.Cook's Mrs- Buford Higginbotham.. and July 10, in Clermont. :

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS Gayle the is former in business. Mrs. Gayleis aunt in Buffalo' ,and' a stay, in :Miss Debbie- Phillips were themessengers"of I I President of the Citizens Bank 'eL ( & ICi CREAM'All
Miss Mildred Cartyof ,Cleveland Ohio. r' ..
Tacoma Also'visitin ) the Maxville Bap of Clermont when he died, Mr. .

in the Gayle, Wash.home for the week- Mr. andr Mrs. Otto' -Murrjute! :tint; Church at the; Associational [Futch had been .well-known 'in Popular Ravon I Cones, Cups, Pints, Family -GalIons
ire new Keystone' residents. Black Pond where "he
end meeting held at the Hampton, lived, for
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,
They' are living in the former Baptist Church last Friday. "
Gayle and son, Howard, of Jack- .
Boatwright home.
J. Y.ThOMASd' ConstructionDANCE 'Mr. and Mrs: Alfred Harris -
Miss Trina' has been
Ridaught and_ son, N J. Hires, and Mr.
and Mrs. Marshall L. visiting i' grandparents, 'Mrs. and' Mrs. L. J. Padgett attendthe -

--- --.- Gamble of Knoxville, Term. are Viola McQuaig' of Johnson and ed singing convention at the IS MONEY IMPORTANT TO YOU?
it new residents of Keystone Mr. and' Mrsr/'C. E. Wimberly of Church of God in' Middleburg
Heights occupying their cottageon Gainesville' last Saturday night

Lake Geneva. Dr. Gamble ha Mr. an'd Mrs: Dwight Akersof Rev. md -Mrs. Lester Taggart I

recently retired from the active Chicago arehere' for ;a' stay and' family of Middleburg "were Out-of-town accounts CURRENT I

Methodist ministry because of I i in their"'cottage'fon", take Bed Sunday'dinner. guests' of Mr. and welcomed & appreciated .
his health. I nr" ,:Mrs.. 'Buford HigginboOiam Accounts_ Easily RATE
'Mr. and Mra. A. J. Corporate Funds

Crosby Missv Frances''-"Reives has
are returned Buford and E. D. Higginbotham. Opened By Mail
enjoying th 'vt"t of their grand- from: a 'visit*with Mr. and and daughter, and Mr. and '
Union Vrite Us Details
:V'. : SPONSORED BY children from Vero Beach. Visitors Mrs. Frank M. :Reaves- of Ja"' ksOhville. '* Ml\ Lyle Schmehls of Jacksonville Labor } .for 1

", this past week at the Crosby I went swimming at Strick- .'Pension Funds /2 %

CIVIL AIR PATROL CADETS home also were their daughters Dwight Arnold arrived" In Keystone land's1.., Landing last: Saturday ACCOUNTS I
Mrs. Joe Yates of Vero Legal Trust
t Heights on .Monday for a night ", ,
Beach and Mrs. Cecil Yates of visit 'with the --- : opened on before j
'of Myron Prevatt* Mr.: and ; tef..Doss.HigginbothfuqjL or Guardian, or '
MUSIC BY Kissimmee. Mr Aronld, Mrs. Prevatfs "alat -It :.z. :
,4, | :andBen. and Shirley Higginbotjiara tftc-iotfr I,
},{r. and Mrs. G. E. Wigginsare and her Dwight ? individualAccount 'l '
!IoIo: ''\ ,, .son, ,, Jr.. "baLd dinner with Mr. and J
enjoying' a' visit from their have, been visiting, the- Prey ts. Mrsi: George Johnson and family t EARN, FROM ':THE
; "LITTLE" JOHNNY ACE daughters and sons-in-law andgrandchildren The Arnolds' plan to- ,retuni to in JacksonviUe Sunday and in Per Annum j

.... ; Mr. and Mrs. the|jr home in Enon, Ohio" in tha. .afternoon 'visited ..Mrs. ..Ben Credit Union 1st;
Samuel ''M Cord and daughters. about '' '' Payable SemiAnnually1AO& !
a- week. Higginbotham" at St. Luke's _
and THE- TEAR- Suzie; and Margaret, of R cht'Si.r. Farewell Party' Hospital. ,Church, School, '

N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Will5am' The< ,Herbert Nelson home was :J6uck Wellhausen spent several University'

SATURDAY JULY 27 Benton Goodbye and sons, Wri-the setting for :> ,farewell "party days:*with 'Edwin 'Chilson inStarkev GUARANTY

liam Jr. aud Georee: of'Staunto given in honor of the Siprelleson ,On Friday they enjoyed

Va., and :Miss Ellen Turbeville !Thursday, July' 11. fcutstsla- a :train,ride to* Zephyrhpls and

8:30 ,12 P.M. $1.25 PERSON Headly,' their granddaughter eluded! members pt, the"operating back, where they enjoyed( abouta ,ALL ACCOUNTS FEDERALSAVINGS

... .. from Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. staff of the Humphreys 'Gold .three hour' visit with' friends.Mr. .

McCord and Mr. and Mra Good- Corporation Highlands' "and Trail and Mrs! Drew Wilkinson INSURED UF TO ASS "

KEYSTONE AIRPARK HANGAR love enjoyed a visit to Daytona' Ridge Plants"who live n Keystone attended the services"of'the: Congregational & LOAN !J

Beach, this week. Heights.! Delicious 'barbe) Holiness "Church at '$10,060 114. South Alain ,St. ,

Mrs.. Florence Brown a cousin cue 'and" all the :trimmings was the :Camp Grounds at Glen Bt Gainesville, Fla. j
4 ? of Mrs. S. E. McKay, and her served to some, fifty guests. Mary: .last Friday night: : J

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Lutheran Services ..!" 'J y !J!! ,. y,. yy ,! i l .thft house. guest of Mr.. and|I who had been visiting, relatives and! < Mrs. Volley tt r-ng a} KL.g. ;"
Mrs. Howard Norton this week. 'here, __ I r? y Lake.. .(. -
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122: EL. Washington St. NEWS Of VfrSE TO COLORED Mr. and Mrs. C. S Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Harold. A.. Paul., Mr ar>1 Mrs ru' Nugent and

Mrs. Mattie owells had ,as their rix chilv2rn rf New Y.rk so-nt
Regular services will be held CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy 1 of Massachustts arrived by..

CHURCHES at 7:30, Sunday evening, at our guests: last week Mr. 'and .I.Irs. plane last week and are visiting the 4th of July! holidays with

ne;r location, 122 E. Washington Ozora J. Shell B. .W. Mott of Hague.Mr. 1! :Mr-. Alma Starling. Mr.: Paul! .i.s. Nufeni's parents, :Mr.' and -

Street (near Walnut Street) : and Mrs- Don Cornwell and : l'nd Leo Starling were buddiesin : Mrs. B. J. Starling at Crosby "'..6
The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt, pastor the 82nd Airborne Division Lake. qI
from visit with friends and
of Tb.e First Lutheran Church : Social Club l delightful evening. until Leo was killed in 1941. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor: ....
relatives in Casadaga, N. Y. Accompanying I "
Methodist Church At The TabernacleIt of Gainesville, will conduct the The Cinderella Ball was very Church NewsBethlhemr them home was Sally;i This is their first visit to Florida and children of Olustee were vlll41it

services. I I successful last Friday, eveningat Freewill Baptist Yeager. who will be the guest of so they are visiting other iting relatives here and at HeU' ..."

Sunday, 'July 21-Sunday School is gratifying to note that AU persons without a hone hUE Willie Alfred Kelly, Church, Rev. L. McKay" pastor,' Susie Wait. 1{ points of interest while, in the bonn Monday. They were supper "iW

9:45: a. m. Morning worship 11 church are invited to attend. popular teenager, served as held! regular service all day Sun- Mrs. Mattie Sowells is visiting state including a visit with Mr. guests of the T. N. NormansJioiivuvrk S,..
of the business men of the "
a. m. Recreation Time for. MYF some Prince' Charming and tried, the day, starting with Sunday School Mrs.- Viola Gillis in Gainesville I;, .

6:15: p. m.. Dine-A-Mite .for. MYF city are vitally interested in the St. Edward's Church beautiful! slipper on many girls. after which the pastor read the this week. n'l-

spiritual! life of the community Mae Lois Morris turned out to laws ,of the church. Dianne and Margaret Colsonof ...,.
6:45p.: m. Joint Worship and
I I I and that the article appearingin Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. be the "Cinderella Girl"I for {'Dorothy Williams is out. of .the Starke are spending this week ,

business meeting for Senior? and the Telegraph last week is Holy day masses, 6:30: a. In. and 1957.. This is the second .annual Bradford County Hospital and with their grandparents, the C. .

Intermediate MYF at the parsonage JJ:30 a. to.Children's. affair. Each year I the youth', look l.Itat' home to the members and B Colsons. 'nH
bearing fruit. This, if copied over Catechism Clasa each : \
Mrs., McNail
R. H. and daughter
7:15: p .m Union service forward to this activity. Members friend We are asking all of : ir":1
the nation, might prove of inestimable Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. and Mrs. D. L., Hicks, all of :: f'1 ,.
to to there
will be held at the First ChristIan of the club are grateful you I drop in and see if I ,
Keystone Height Jacksonville guests of the f' ?
spiritual benefit to our all persons who attended and !anything-; you can help Sister '
Church. Rev. Kokomoor, (At St. William's Chapel) G B. Colsons last week., 'Ill
others who shared and made' the Williams do' around the house. A\\: .
if the
minister .of our church, will I country, especially spon- .(Follow Hiway 21 south to st. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tetstoneand + .. -
affair a success. Mrs. Corean This will be a In ___ v I-
great part your .
bring the message.MondayBible I sors set the example."If William's Sign.) daughters spent .their. vaca- -II*
McNeil, president, R. B. Cohen, Home Mission work. Gladys
School workers' my people which are called Sunday Mass 8 a m. lion with the James Atkinson &

conference will be held in Fellowship -I by My Name shall humble : Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. reporter. Bly*.. reporter. family in Bufort, S. C. .....

HalL Daily Vacation themselves and pray, and seek i Confessions before all Masses. Bernlece Beauty Shop '-New Bethel Baptist Church, i'u"

Bible School will be held Aug. My Face, and turn from their The manager wishes' to use Rev. A.. Vi son pastor, held re- y.T ..y. yYYYY.T.T.YY' ..

5-9. wicked ways then will I hear St. Mark's Episcopal this method to let all customers' 'gular 'service all, day Sunday / / ........

.. from heaven and will forgive know that she will close for a starting with Sunday School at PINE LEVELby .J-I4. .,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting .4 ThJ A& .% ; .
their sins and will heal their Rev. Raymoxid MacBlaln much needed vacation on Saturday 9:30: a.' m. Supt. S. HankerronIn1 L IN *J 1 ,' ..0'fli .
and Bible Study, I Corinthians. j SI
Chronicles 7:14). July and will on charg The 6th Annual Session ; i /
The third ,chapter will be studie'l.t l. land. ((2 : Services at St. Mark's Episcopal 2,0. reopen Sirs. 11. M. nlcltae $ 4 .,
Church will be as follows: Tuesday, August 6. The same of the Sunday School andR. c ,
Choir rehearsal -
t Thursday-Chancel SEVENTH DAY Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church schedule will. apply to her operator --.',?-P-: IT.-., TMstH-----,..- r.nnvpntlnn--.-,-.------ -AkAkAAAAAAAkkALAAAAAiAAServices----------------------- \ -.KMJu,.

: ADVENTIST CHURCH School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.-. Mrs Grace "tiny' Long. Auxiliary to the Mt. Sinia Mis- were conducted at \ :t

Listen to WRGR every Sunday Services each Sabbath in the n m_ 'Y'. P. S. L. Summer Program sionary Baptist Association, Rev.
I ''' Pine Level Baptist Church last
morning from 11:30: till noon. home of S. N. Brown across from I Wednesday: p.m. Litany The summer program activities D; E. White Moderator, will convene -' Sunday by the visiting minister. 4, '

Hear the services broadcast Bethel Baptist Church east of and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir with the' Pleasant Grove L .ill*
will complete.six. weeks. ?- Rev. Clay Wilson, with baptism :
from our church. Sabbath School 2 m Practice.
Starke. p. Baptist Church Keystone ;
I morrow. The will close at. the evening service by the ** ; .itt'U
program :
Bible Study each Wednesday Holy Communion: 1st Sunday Heights Rev. G. G. McArthur, I I .
pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall. .W"i'
2. usuallythe
OF GOD on Friday, August It's '
CHURCH 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. paStor, The following officers Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and
custom tq have a. picnic! on
awaits ereryone.LAWTKV will ibe in Deacon A. O. .
MornIng charge .. .
School 10 of
Sunday a. m. daughters Jacksonville spent
the last day. If .have not -
CHURCH you : .
BROOKER BAPTIST Jenkins Rev. H. endless? ,
Sunday president;
11 a. m.
and with
Worship, Saturday night Sunday
CHRIST plan now to come on '
I Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE Rev. 0. Bruce Stalling, pastor CHURCH OF Foye, Deacon J. D. Diggs Mrs. the H. M. McRaes. Other guests r.-\f...

,: Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn (pLeenuy meeting in City Hall) August.well 2.under'The swimming and.the classesare pupils R. Duncan' Mrs. L.' Jones, Miss of the McRaes on Sunday: we!e Poorl-Morlmg! appliances are a sjmpton of low HOUSE- f .

1 Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m. ing worship, 11 a. m.; training Sunday-Bible study, 10 a: m., and adults way enjoying the P.! A. Diggs Miss .Alice Hudson. Mr. and. Mrs., Jimmie Thorntonand POWER, another ;lay of saing your house doesn't have rto*

LAV ITT union 7 p. m.; evening worship worship 11 a. in.EveningYoung. Dier much. are"Hat's Off and Mrs. Sarah. I Jenkins. P. Scott, H. son Mrs. V.. E. Thorntonand adequate J electric iring! Male sure you ha\e/utf HOUSE. .

l Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning 8 p. ro. of Prayer, people's Bible Three very Cheers" to Mrs.. Elizabeth. Schuman,,>V.. Jon s. children,' Mrs. J. W.. McRac POWER-ample electric power and I'iring-'hicb means *

Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Servo Wednesday-Hour study 7; preaching, 7:30. X. 'Givens and ; Delegates for New Bethel Mr. and Mrs. H. H.. Lewis, and having a 100 to 2O -ampere service and plenty of outlets' aad ...
7:30p. owner ,
I ice Saturday, 7:30: p. m. 8 p. m. Wednesday-Bible study, Church, are Mattie Brymer and Kenneth Thomas of Brooker. the house. Then you'll be sure of .
; snitches to it through '"
the Reno Theater for her cooperation carry
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m. ...
Joan and. 'Betty Jenkins. :!. ...
with the I Mrs A. R., H. M., and B. M. from present appliances and thoseyou'll
summer program. performance your
Radio Programstation 1 itt getting top
Services Sunday at Pisgah
,, : She is educa-- McRae visited Mra Robert My- the Call electrical contractor now '
WRGR, Monday, 6:3.0 a. m. allowing AME ''Church will begin, with add in future. your
tional movies to be shown at : rick at the Baptist Hospital inJacksonville Remember, full HOUSE. :
for free rating.
School at 9:30 with a
CHURCH Sunday : a._m. last
FIRST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH the theater each Tuesday after- Supt. .Annie Wright in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Saturday.Petcher of POWER increases the value of your home:-helps you LIVE 7 :tfc
Corner Call & noon so that they can be clearly
The 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Wor- Jacksonville spent Wednesday BETTER, ELECTRICALLY!
STARKE, FLA. J. E. Sherwood Pastor viewed. We do not have blindsor t
ship' aervices will be I conductedby night with the H. M. McRaes __..J .
curtains in the auditorium ..
10 blackout
Sunday School- a. m. Rev. s. Redice. After servicesa and were accompanied home .

REV. LEWIS D, HAINES, Pastor Lord's supper-1l:15 a. m. at RJE. We have Dr. ''program will be rendered by Thursday by Mrs. Petcher's sister Florida Power & Light Co.flUTOWTlC .'U
servlces.-4l:2O a. m. also for :
to thank
Preaching Jennings manyof __
Mrs. Mabel Banks Clarke and
:Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger, -
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town and7p.m. -! the fine services and court: Lcola' Edwards, gospel soloistsof :..
130 Junior Choir practice-6 p. m. esies we have enjoyed this sum- 4)
Phones Office 234 Palatka.Mrs.. R. L. Walker, S
I Wednesday. mer. The work has been most .

I Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. third Ladies Tuesdays CouncU at meets 8m.' 'first. and 1 I. delightful ance. More_ with than her 200-- able pupils.. assist.nave: reporter.tVTVVyyyyvyyyvvvvvvvYVVr pq ISNi1flOtC9NTROLSi J) .1;

Sunday School 9.t5 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Everybody. invited to all ser enrolled at. both school centers

, vices. during the summer. Bus leaves /

:Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. for th'e. lake by 9:30 each Mon- BROOKER SUPER"v' i
day, :Wednesday and Friday. Yor i
Morning Service over WDVH .at LATTER DAY 'SAINTS ,
: '
Hear the Sunday still enroll for swimming By Mrs. byes. > -' '' ''''
can ":
: 'Broadcast Every i, 3, and 5 Sunday. Services each Sunday In old arid1 I other 'activities. I.'9. k,.. ,:;i[ ri W :\ 1 IJ FJ.W.till; ;; : t:1;!!4.tlttrttlff\ )....' a
11 Regular ; ",
., a.m. Masonic Hall on E: Call St.. Sun Boy Scout CampOn i !!vvvvyvvYv'vYYyyvvyy. : 'I 4 '&{:f/ : d : .,.. vv" i\r: :,:).>.C ::.:;:':.*:::::.,<:.:....<.:...:.....:<'..:.., ,.::::.:.;::..:.>:.v'" A-J. ".t II
day School' '11L m." Sacrament i Birthday :Party 4. / $ :,v Y ,
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boys \II.
: July 22, many happy. .._.
wel rmen'M >, < w
Service fc30 p. m. Everyone Marsha and C Rai A.4 +< "arracum

come. will leave, Starke enroute for i celebrated, their birthday ,anniversaries '1t.fff'>:w..>:' ..:.:.".;;Jv.... /111'1ti. .
Camp Coacoochee. Scoutmaster :::" ;{ } PIli.
last I Monday afternoon ri i. \iif;: ....
haa : ; NWH:; 'W''I' i1I
Marshall put'
on a campaigng '
HEAR FIFTH SERMON\ ON TEN COMMANDMENTS CHURCH-OF'CHRIST ready'"as with .a' lovely.party at the home ,: ,,;$:.:.>>:..':f ..}:..=:><.:h.::.:,,:.:.::,:'.:<.::: -. .. .Ii...>...
get as many boys : ', '
''': :
C. L.:; Overtorf Jr.;-! nlater: p ssib-e., There'is'"stitf' time'for: flf et':parents. Mr. :.and Mrs. '.'it,1f. I I'. ; 1 ._
BY PASTOR 8 P. M. Sunday -' Sunday School, 10a. ; j enny )t Rae. Mrs. McRae s.er.punch .
you to send a' boy' if :you wish.
i 'm. ved : cake to.'the following i. I
i m., morning service; 11 a. 'Just call 512-W and the 'message and :

"First Commandment With Promise" evening service, 6:30: p. m. will immediately 'be carried guests who enjoyed the .

Wednesday Bible study,' 7:30p. party with the. honqrees:' Martha
to the Scoutmaster by Committeeman -
m. Ann stokes. Libby. Tetstone, Re-
Shell. Again we say '
Radio Program ,-; Station genia and Ramona Harrell, $219.95 !
that now is the time for"all good -
First Baptist Church Hampton WRGR, Sunday, 8:30 9 a. TTL, citizens, to come to the aid of Vickey Jean Jones, Donald Sullivan -

Subject for the month,. "The Scouts. Cindy and Kathy Overturf,

Bible." Mrs. George ,Raborn, Mrs. Mc- .

.-rIr_ Camp: .Goodtirnes Rae of pine' Level, :Mra' Betty ..
School 10 A.M. 11 A.M.
Sunday Morning Worship
5 to 10 Wo
NORTH SIDE 'from August Sullivan of Starke, Mrs. Gertie t .

Training Union 7 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH m n's. Missionary Department of Jones and.. Mrs. Rita ,Stokes. .. .,

I i ouim
"HOUR OF POWER" WED., 8 P.M. Worship, '11 a.,,nv: Training camp at Florida Normal. .Industrial Don't forget that Sunday, July .

Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship and Memorial College, St. 21, will be homecoming day for ( 0 .. j

MARVIN E. FAILE Pastor 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Augustine. All the good Baptists I the, New River Baptist Church.

I Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone of {he county are invited to send A basket dinner will be spread at

", welcome.- E. C. Harvey.pastor.# their children. The level is : .
age the noon hour, and, the New a I
,j 9 to 16, please do not plan to River Associational Sing will be I dtM!: :
send any that are younger or held in the afternoon. Mr. and ..:

CHRISTIAN CHURCH older. The fee for five days is Mrs. T. B. Edwards presentedthe

Madison Street Baptist Church Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. $5. There is no where you can church with two palms

m. Bible Study, Wednesday, ,
go for five delightful days that which are very appropriate for a
(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- cheaply. You will have to pro- the pulpit :

Good Singing Forceful PreachingEACH ship, 11 a. m. I Evening Worship, vide the transportation, for the Sorry to hear that Mr.and Mrs., \....,.V'....n't./. .....> ,"0" .
7:30 Bible '10 .
m. a.
p. chqdren. For further information C. s. Kelly have been on the sick : I>; ) ... '

LORD'S DAY MISSIONARY call Sister Sarah Jenkinsat Jist.Weekend! ;lA: ... "-
% who is president of the and
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I BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday guestsof ...................,. .".,....... ..... .x<<-, .."... ...., .... ..',.. ...,., : .,
: < .z y. $; ;
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'. Sunday School ___--____._________ 9:45 A.M. Sunday Schoor. 10 a. m. Morning Missionary Society of New Mrs. Mattie Barry were Mr. I w.cJ.:.;$ : t 1." .lx.' '"""'<;: :<:::" : ,.

J Morning Worship -,-_______________11:00 A.M. Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Bethel Baptist Church. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of Jack- ;.j.,...i........,.':.:I..:..,.;....:....;., j. ,! ",x.: ,;..' i't'JtiJ..' ...... :.qtiim. ;... -.. ....'.".....j,11 fk'vtO.OVEN ,. lft,''.. ,....
Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training Workshop Director sonvilje Mr* and Mrs. J. E. :, "; '. :,:.: :4': ',:::",<'} ,:::::<;,>;::,:<::;,>><, ,..
Union 6:30 MidWeek ;Hartjy: and! children ,of Starke, "EW. l.,.... 'j.':' /-.7">:.};:/<$, >"i'w.-:; : .
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: Trainng! Union ______________________ 6:45 P.M. Sundays : p. nu Mrs. Lillian T.. Lyon, directorof "Mr. 'and! Mrs. C. C. Dees and :#:::,,,ti K };#': l/:: :}; f:II
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Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays ..,,,. : : : r
Evening Worship ________________ ,8:00 P.M. the Slow Learner Workshopat :>,' l'dWt. ''' .
family of Haines City ,Mr. and '? : .
7:30 ....(.rrv.. ? :< :
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p. m. ii.:.. .. .. .. : !(..
Florida Normal and Industrial ..... .
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. Mrs., H. D. of La oochee ...,,..:....,.. : "". / ....,..:... .".,. '. ., .. .'... 1.w. ,. Ww. .. .
Memorial weekend Lynn ...::.:.:".<.':/;$.& ... ..;.. ... "':..'. .. .:::: ...... ...'"
College, was Mr.; and Mrs. ...:::.: ::'" l'! *.,.:...'<'>:":, ,:: :<.<': :: '.,."M-.' ;.(<<..'fr'I; :::&> ...:?";..z'r.":;<}:.:.:..:.:,,,..,,,.,
hIGhLANDBAPTIST Ralph Lynn, Mr, /% y. ,7"< :' : : :' << .
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of the Shells in Starke. .,:.:'fr...:<.'.....,...: : f. '':'<:'.' ''' '' ''' :. .:::-' :' : < : : :. .,
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CHURCH guest and Mrs. Roger Lynn of Chicago, .. :;: .:} ::,'.,:? *.:"::.;{:,::..'::.>,:':';&,:?' ":.::'-:.<:,-/>:} :Wt/A:o $w:Yr.1:;:,:';,:.:<<.%:k..<.:.::.,{,>::,.::::.::,j1 \ .

f Visitor Neighbor Friend Let This Be A Cordial In- School 9:45 She was most impressed with and Mr .. Jackie Clark /1 i COKVEKIENCE IN tl'QNLY' 3cft
Sunday : a. m. and Mrs. IKCNEJOP SK.CE; !
our city'and would like to move .........."... -....................., ........ ., }....,}. ...,.. .. :
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and llyrtice feague of Gainesville. : : ::: : : }> : :<
vitation To In Starke's Church ; :<': .
Worship Youngest 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each down, here from New York. She. Mrs. Mattie Barry spent last 4 ? L,JNH/ i.:itWff.7q 444/< / :$:J" :0: ..

was entertained on Saturday ? Fast cooking'! God fcoking'! Id ttWXfW::r; Pushbonhe'c1tontro7s i i .
fi Easy .
Nursery open for all sen-ices Room for all Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. week with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. /
J George Chism pastor. Everybody night with various types of Hardy and family in Starke. for that spacesavfngrange | e1ectr1o.c/ Easy-fO'dean S11rrGry f :

: REV. JACK H. MABRY, JR., Pastor welcome. games town guests and, refreshments.included: :Mr.Out ani of' Mr. and, Mrs. William (Bill) you .need Giant SuPtBl,%J SuperOven lf1J (( :

t I Miller and children of Salt Lake Oven holds a 40-pound turk+ F41i"? tp-Well Thrift Cooker Ta
P. T. NOLIN, Supt. Sunday School KlNG8LEY LAKE Mrs Stafford Sapp Jr., :Mrs. City Utah have just returnedto "<< ,1< s .

f MISSIONARY BAPTIST Sapp works at the Florida Farm their home after spending with ease. Broiler needs noheatingdo pre'/: Minute Timer times cooking up \ ,:

Colony where her classes go steaks in 12 mmute = to 60 minutes
Ir Smday School 9:45: aon. Morn- several days here with Mrs. Lot Nj; .

r Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening every year at the, close. of the tie Edwards and son, Harry. "Super26OO"Cairodsurfaceunt4'Thrift Warming Oven ktips food. '..

Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting workshop; Mr. and! Mrs.. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ross Jxsils water in 65 seconds. See this/ fresh, hotAutomatic ... :

each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. .Every Johnson Hawthorne Principal and son of Melbourne were Sat- Hotpoint-buy; of.the year! Circuit Breaker
t .. one welcome.-Rev. H. H. ,Mott, and Mrs. C. C. Andersn, and :
of :
Hjrfay guests Mr. and Mrg.
pastor. Mia A. 1L Anderson of Lawtey
HTWAY CHAPEL Thompkins. All reported. a very :Mrs..- Lottie.- .. .. Edwards"' was. the TRADE
t weekend! guest of her sister in

i: of details are'inanaged and.economic.. E.A.LeisPa&torSunday .Jacksonville.,
i| .CHRISTIAN. ClIURCHBT. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin andchildren I'
ally attended that only trained and
ft School
a. m..Morning -
t J< H. Sherwood,. Pastor spent their vacation
careful organization can attend when Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic FREE FREE FREE
t Bible School 9:45 a, .m. Morning sightseeing, !Jn. Washington, J).,C.
the urgent need for serving Is at Service. 7:45 p. In. Thursday '
Worship 11 a. m.. Tout }fr. and Mrs.. F. M. Vickery .
hani. weekly prayer aervice. Invita-. .
tion extended Church, 6:30 p. m. All .young. and children of DeFuniak M
to everyone.
people invited. Springs: spent Thursday and, friday WIRING AND INSTALLATION 5
!1 GRAHAM with :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
DeWITttT EVIBGB Edwards and Mr. and Mr& Earl -,;.. .
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Mom Green.
l Phone 7 Starke, PIa.itII' School 10 a. m.' Preaching
""" tag Worship, 11 a. m. Training Madge Hicks and sons visited t

Funeral Director Ambulance Benrtc Union, 6:30 p. m. evenIng 'Worship -: ,,11 & m. Training Union(634 Mrs. :Myrtle Scarbrough in.

7:30 p. m* Bev. W. O. p. m. Preaching 7:3: p. m. Prayer Worthington last Saturday Electric

Oat. local fuatral bom .nabi.! u. to offer ooGvealeacM utfi Collins Sr, pastor. Meeting Wednesday 7:30:i p. ,m. .- The Clyde Cauthen family of Winkler Service

i; IC'Ytctl' i mot ttiMrwlaf svI1s4. Tampa and the Rubin Inlers of

NEW RTVER PENTECOSTAL. HOLINESS. Gainesville were: recent. juestsof .
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64.& -"rI-J-J--J-r 4. 6'. 4" -6- J BAPTIST CHURCB; CHURCH Mr. and MrsH.. 'E7 Stokes Jr. 234 N. Temple Ave. 1l: J' .':f it'. ; Phone 166 :

i Wt .ruraiaa tHe highest! tyj*. *errtc. at lovwt pcto* aDd Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship Sunday School. 10 -a.-- m.' :. Morning _, Mr.. And Itn. .S.:A. Dority and .

mP .! It?! to uraac policy' in force taaftd by ANT Hour, 11 a.!1. Eventaf.Service '!' Worship, ,11 si a.; Evangelistic I Mrs. 3uanit4; Lemnah '.and 'chil STARKE, FLORIDA } T.:;.A J ;'A. :

1 osnp&n7.LpaymentInp.2t.r1fuIIoI t fuaenLcarrfM ,, 7 p. m. Prayer Meettpg. each services, 7:30 p. .nu I dren of Alachua'were Tuesday 'Maximum: 35 Ft. Cable. -

n1t&tki 10 Wednesday. 'TtSI p. pu. Everyone Wednesday Prayer Meeting' guests e* Uw,Stakes'..family.

!elo=si .;.r.. I* Parker, pastor* 739.m. ,. .. ,.._.t =- 1.""J 'Clark,'.of.Gulfport., 'Miss. -,- .<.-.- .. '- -" J I T . ...
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T I LaSt Year ThIs,Yearsalary Premium; Money' Public InvitedTo

of Court Reporter 210.72 New Prison Will
S v NOTICE Union Services W. C. T. U.

:*- *": Maintenance & Repairs for County Jail 1,900.00 500.00 Promised; For

:: TENTATIVE BUDGET Law Administration Supplies &: Expenses 600.00 iooo.ooTubercular I Everyone is invited to 'attend. t SOME ,OOOOOO AMERICANS'

** Report Of Estimated Revenues, Receipts, And Expenditures Hospital for Indigents 4,500.00 4,000.00Insanity Cost $15Continued Million Bradford Fair; the Union Services of our community READ NEWSPAPERS' REFUSING -

= Of Bradford County For The Fiscal'Vear 1937-1038 Inquiries 400.00 300.00 each Sunday evneing. ALL ALCOHOLIC, ADVEB-

These services are sponsored by TISING.
Welfare Department Appropriations 4,500-00 4,500.00 ( :from Page 1) County Agent G. T. Huggins an- VOICE
General Fund ; ; the Christian, Presbyterian and (RATIONAL )
1;; Relief Allowances .2.00O.00 2,000.00 nounced yesterday that he had

Estimated. Receipts: I_ Hospital Service for Indigents '8,500.00 8,000.00 ford by 775 prisoners almost Immediately just received the first bit of encouragement Methodist Churches of the city.
net Last Year This Year and more in the for a "bigger andbetter" The service this Sunday
.4 County Service Officer 2,200.00 2,200.00 futnre. October. be held in the First Christ- THE BIGHT POINT for ta,
:T'axes9.9, Mills on' Assessed Valuation County Fair next Donald write. Come In and
Mosquito Control-COunty 8,312.50 Acting on the recommendations The encouagement .note was in ian Church with Rev. way you ,ie

** of $5,6 8,849.00 Mosquito Control-c ty 22,562.50 of Culver the Cabinet the form of a letter from L. H. Kokomoor pastor of the First lee your favorite ESTEttBROOB
Railroad & Telegraph Licenses $ 600.00 1 600.00 ,0 Methodist Church, bringing the Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH'CHAIN
Lewis director of State Markets,
.". County Agent's Salary & Expenses 3,900.00 4200.00 authorized the release on Aug. ,
..,Racing Monies 33,472.19 39000.00 Home Demonstration Agent's Sal. & Exp. 2,150.00 2,150.00 ,fof: 225 convicts the immediate stating that $150 in premium message Come: and enjoy, the! 8.

.Insurance Agents Licenses 600.00" 500.00 Demonstration & Illustrati n'Material 200.00 09.OQ transfer .of' 'another 250 to road money will be provided, on a p. m. union_seryice. SPIED-

**.State Matching Funds (Hospital) 4,000.00 camps, and 300 'to the temporary matching basis, by the' State Department ,V
<<... 4-H Club Camp (Girls) & State Short Course 100.00 200.00 of Agriculture.Lewis ) t' ,
Assessed Valuation prjson: near: Avon Park.
twTaxes,.; '8.00' Mills on '4' 4-H Club Camp (Boys) &: State Short Course 100.00 2Q0.QO It also ,authorized Culver to said that this amountwas Elks Thank PublicFor
: 56,022.57 51789.44 ;
,4 of $6,473,680.00
made available by Tallahassee -
Forest Farmer 1,640.00 1,146.48Fire
try to get permanent title tocart GiftsOn
::Candid tes Filing Fees ", 300.00 in spite of the fact that the Clothing
Control 3,990.00 of the .Avon Park .
; property .
< '
Licenses 1,600.00 800,00 local request was not ,received in one
.Occupational' Recreation 100.00 now being: leased from the Fed- time to be included in the budgetfor behalf of the local, Elks
j.Beverage:: Licenses 600.CO Publicity &: Public Improvement 1,500.00 1,200.00' eral Bureau"of Prisons and to the fiscal year 1957-58, which Lodge, J. D. Doyle,.exalted ruler.wishes' SAWHoffeo's

**. Excess Fees, 4,950.00 3,000.00 begin immediate negotiations to thank the people of
.. Outstanding Indebtedness 10,000.00 1,000.00Courthouse was made up and approved: in.
Rents 240.00 UO.OO with Sumter County for a site Starke for' their generous contributions -
&: Annex Capital Expense 500.00 1,000.00 "
Other Revenue Receipts 1,200.00 100.00 for a future state pri ')n. June.Huggins said that planning is of clothing for the
Fines & Costs 750.00
Sheriff's Commission on .
:*Mosquito Control-City & State 29,000.00 The 1957 Legislature passed a now in progress for the fair in storm victims in Louisiana."We .

.... County Jailer 2,400.00rotal bill providing that any future October and it is hoped that response also wish to thank Mayor

.;,. .. new prison be located in Sumter from, exhibitors will be W. T Jackson for hia efforts in

tTotal Estimated Receipts 99284.76 $130,029.44r Appropriations \ $ 93,845.22 $124,524.512 County, tut no funds were appro- greater than ever before. arranging ,tran.ortat1on: by Cen-

ss' 5. Per Cent 4,964,2-1 6,501.4 Reserve For Contingencies 475.30 103..45 priated to build it. Culver was tral Truck Lines, and Mrs. Steve

-- authorized to survey possible Council Opens Bids Weldon for her untiring effortsin

'95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 94,320.52 123,527.97lancITo sites, but construction wou'd collecting so many of the i V.) Chain Saw. with Hi V.riS""
Liquid Investments (Cost) On Air ConditionerFor T'OMmiition ..d '
.. need further action by the 1959 clothes, Mr. 'Doyle said. jivti ip 'tf'lii'"
rotal Total 94320.52 $125,22t97a I tutting eiid.pow.r far htavy-4'uty

Erought Forward: Cash 1,700.00 .... -- Le&In ature.regard to this proposed Meeting RoomBids ,ftinng-el toil ef'ONE cHeU u*

i quid Investments (Cost) future prison in Sumter, Culver for air conditioning the HOT PRETZELS! SIQ"' is 1114 it. It U .cti.* 'adq)4

7otal Estimated Receipts and Balances $94,320.52 $125,227.97UIillage Road and Bridge Maintenance 'Fund. ", told The Telegraph: "We do not front office and the council

{ Levied Last Year 9.9 Estimated This Year 8.00)) Estimate of Receipts: ; :"! ; It'- nlan to move anything: from Rai- room of City Hall were opened A pan of overheated pretzels

Taxes 6.04 Mills on .Assessed Valuation I f-ord.: "The main prison will stillh I by City Attorney Arch Thomas? caused a run, byhe'! Starke fire .
General Fund department about 4:45 Saturday
: : ,
there._ T. nt TiiP5r1.iv vio1 t'cr .n11"1; '
of $5,658,849.00Gasoline .un U4. at lUgllV O VUUilli
afternoon. The adarm was sounded -
1 The' Cabinet also approved use : G. E. Thomas -Estimated Expenses; : Tax $ 36,000.00 $42,000.00 I % I meeting. Con by neighb rs when they saw
nf; the ne\v'maximum security struction Co. submitted the only ,.
,..Salaries & Epcnscs of County Com. $ 6,500.00 $ 6500.00 Racing Monies 22027.81 21,500.00 building that is now nearing bid on :the preliminary carpenter smoke pouring ,from. the kitchenat

*Salary of Clerk: to P.oard of County Com. 1,800.00 4,000.00Supervisor Taxes 6.00 Mills on Assessed Valuation. completion on the Bradford work. The amount quoted-for the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.

r .. of Registration 900.00 900.00 of $6,473,680.00 34,179.49 3&,842.08 County side of the prison property putting, in two doors, taking out E. McLeod, 1016 W Pratt St. The K. & .j. GARAGE
.",Attorney to Board ", 10000 25.00( Other Revenue Receipts A ''0. "*" 600.00 Hit okayed it only for the ceiling fan', closing hole and McLeods were.not at home at"the .

;"', Adm. Fees of Clerk Circuit Court 1,00000: 1000.00 Total Estimated Receipts "." .? 9 92,207.30 $102,942.08Less purpose of housing "minimum other such carpenter work nec- time. When the firemen arrived / Mile\ South on U.S. 301 '-
:Office: of Tax Assessor 7,277.50 7.977.5C:! 5 Per Cent : 4,610.36 '5,147.10 .vcurity prisoners. Culver has es-.iry! to make air conditioning they found.a'pan of scorched pretzels .

been critical of the design of the feasible but without
.,: '. .. o. painting, Phone 474.R
*.Off ice of. Tax. Collector3t 7,277.50. 7,977.50 : .in the oven the eitent.of
unit. 'which was planned and was $240.Three .
Coroners' Inquest & Fees 75000 350.OC 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 87,596.94 97,794.98 strated before he became .director bids were received on the damage. Starke, Florida

:: :Maintenance & Repairs of County Courthouse Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 1,000.00 8,000.00 and r.iid that it is unsuitablefor two air conditioning units of two .

& Annex 2,000.00 3,000.00.Salary hardened criminals.The ton capacity each by the follow-

:.t:. ,. of' Janitor 2,915.00 2,915.00YCourthouse Liquid Investments (Costs) Cabinet authorized lines of Culverto the ing: Sell- It Rent It Trade It

/.' & Annex Utilities & Fuel Exp. 2,600.00 3000.00 Total Estimated Receipts and Balances $ 88,596.94 $105,794.98 survey boundary Starke Builders Supply_ ,

-Elections' & Registrations 1,200.00 2,500.00 (Millage Levied Last Year 6.04, Estimated this Year 6.00)) prison property in Bradford and I $338.86 each (Fedder ,make.)
E.-:. Union Counties, which are in dispute. -:
Radio and V.__
$Legal Advertising 500.00 150.00 I Shepherd's, T. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

300.00"Tax Road and Bridge Maintenance\ Fund $600 for two 'Jl., C. A., installed.
"AdvertisIrg Delinquent Taxes 350.00
Winkler for two
Estimated Expenses: Electric.-$635

Refund Section' 193.40: Atty. Gen. Salary of Road Foreman 3,498.00 3,884.25 with :5 year protection policy but :o WORDS OR LESS One iBRtrtlea (Hlalmum Charge) .... _._ TEACH <

't.. Opinion No. OC6-173::; 60.46 I Kirkland no wiring. "j ainj ADDITIONAL WORD O'-ERO --,___ _____.? 4e Per, W.f4
4 :'County.Fr Library 1,500.00'AdmInistrativ& Salaries of Road Maintenance Crew 29,144.00 34,900.00 Boys On motion oft' Councilman W. :o.% DISCOUNT O\! REPEAT INSERTIONS! SAME AD I

Maintenance County Buildings 500.00 ,. ADVAKCE.
Su,% Exp. & Insurance 6,500.00 7.50000 H._Noegel the lowest bid was approved ".. : :
Repair, Upkeep & Rental, Co. Rd. Equip. 14,960.00Gasoline : 15,000.00 with" the"stipulation that
Salaries of Juvenile Ji dfe '&. Counsellorf ',, 1300.00 1,300.00 Win More' Prizes. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY! ______.._ .:5 Pn lack First UtertUa.
Fuel Oil & Lubricants 6,000.00 6,000.00 City.Clerk lCarI' Johns should investigate -
,.Youth ,Counselling! Service i & Expenses 73500 735.OC .1,. '.' L. "\ '.... 'si.oopEa, I-YII. R J\o-t AME.t-tP REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIME,.. *
Other Road Supplies 2500.00 4,500.00Timber : and accept .only,'new1957J -.
Salaries of "Circuit Court Judges &, Secy. 992.12:) 1,28808; ; (Continued from' Page .1) .
& Other Bridge Material 5,000.00 5,000.00Purchase models.1! i. CARDS OF-TOANC.l 50 Words) _____ ..____ -, 'PM
L*Salary of County ,Prosecuting.Attbrney. 300.00 ( that work sometimes Councilman Joe Andrews III OVER W. WORDS ___j .--::_ 4'C* U'Per TT.r.. -;, ;'
XSalary 234.24( of Right-of-Way Proposed Rds. 1,750.00 1; )(oo.00) ever, the Clei'kT'cafl .,. : t, r ;
of ,3t1.6-i
State, Attorney and City Johns were ,

.** Expenses of Procuring of Right-of-Way 2, 00.00 2,009.00 when disrupts the the contest household' deadline, especially i lnearing. ? absent, 'from the 'meeting. MEMORIAL;" AND.. RESOLUTIONS. o.-_,........_,_ ::4' Cutl Per, It-a.:W.rl
f. -- It .
of -
-.' Beautification Highways 1,000.00 750.00 t f
Also, if the boys keepbringing *
Insurance : 1,500.00 1,750.00Purchase POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at FOR RENT ':'- One ,and two bed
home, mOre" trophies. ; : ) .M. .' iL. Tiny'a 64 Service., of New Equipment 11,500.00 19,980.00 th're' will be .the' serious'problem' .... St.- 'Also new m wer8' for Sale.. In.;. Desirable )oeaUon. WH
.. plan. Pay 'whllt Nollman Ml W. Madiion' tfchg
W R OfR" *
Gigantic SummerClearance Rd.' Tax Due & Payable to Municipalities 7,300.00 9,000.00Payment of 'storage. you mow Buy where you can

of Outstanding Indebtedness :,, : 1,006.00 "Around'500 hours, of. tediou; .' '1" get. ,service" on what you, buy. FOR SALE-,'Younsr ,Anfin Bails.
IJ. ; 1490 K-; C U PHONE 690 : tfchsr Will sell at beef priceo,' Pfeob*
j painstaking labor go into the 285. Doyle E. Conner..IBS., 'tfeU ,
..STARKJLORIDA .. .. ,' u?
Total $ 87452.oo 105264.25 production. of each one of the ; H 'V t I. : r
Appropriations -' WHEN JN:NEED:OR NEED TIRES? .,'
model cars,. the brothers,declare. The Music & News Station Get them now pay u :you rl4 ;
I for Contingencies 1,144.94 530.13 ,
., 'The .cars are' 'returned to the fat I Starke TOP:SOIL II Ask Lacy for Conway our easy Sales budget and BervJce tef.,

'i1 boys after judging but' their J ce 4 .0' Union EMe Station, 'Stafk'e. ; *Jfta

Now On! Liquid Investments (Cost) i I.: .. .;. .' 'H :\ drawing board designs remain ',' t' : FILL. DIRT .- .- .- tct...,'

Going Total Budget .., ': $ 88,596.9(' $105,794.98 with the Guild for pomible use We Do All The Work You Do All .c ALL TYPES PLASTIC SEAT COVERS. iforflaT

.' .. .t. makes and model afttos '-f Rl*i,
The REST The Van Show
on automobiles of the future.Crles Perry .TRcTOIwQc! and up. .Installation i/fee *4,
Fine.and' 'j Forfeiture, Fund, ,., ., ,T soliif jpn6 of his"V w cdelstqthe"Gufld"for 12:55-4:00 P. M. Daily.. 1. lAND Shepherd's-! ;. -_r : L-.t&fel)

THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Estimate of Receipts:. it '.. . I '
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| $300"'ahd
I ." : I ; ,': tI FOR SALE > x | X II Conrfct*
Monies : 2,500.00 nationwide Light Bulldozing Blocks 17c each.FOB "Mortar
Racing .'.. ? 8,620.00. used in a exhibit. yird.
Mix. Cement, Sand Steel.and\
Confiscated Automotive Equipment 2,200.00 :Although Charles doesn't planto Monday thru Friday W. L. THIGPEN, JR.Bt Aluminum Window Alsd ready

Taxes ((0.5 Mills) 3,236.87 continue designing as a 6:00: Sign' on and News 2 Box 245-D Alton B4.PBQ.m mixed concrete.Co., Phone: E'r&dr.t&14 Hebe aglneering -
6:05 The Clockwatcher
Forfeitures 45,850.00 career, Lonzo says his mind is 2971Bt&rke
CERAMICS C Fines and 10,000.00Total 6:30 Mark Raulerson Monday
definitely made along that : Lee ( ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnish
up .
and Tuesdays only) Fla. ed apartments for rent Phone
line.. 168, W. T. Jackson tfchg
Estimated Receipts $ 50,550.00 $ 81,856.87Less 6:45: Thej Clockwatcher "
39c Value "It's ,a fascinating field, he OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY STORE BUSINESS-for. sale livIng -
7:00 First News of The World
5 Per Cent 2527.50 4,092.84
: says, "trying to dream up some- RADIOS REP.URICDL; quarters,' cabins, trailer
Roundup AH Make All .....q ark.' Choice lotation.. W. H.
4 LimitPOLOS thing the public will buy five or 7:15: The Clockwatcher teaMBable Charrei nrutee4CHAS. Pheil. PalatkaFla.. Phone East
95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts $ 48,022.50 $ 77764.03 even ten years from now To the C. 8HEPHEBDP 5-3911. 3tp-7-
I oI'p.: IH
7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air W. Can 5$ t.rk. '
Balances to be Brought Forward: Cash 1,000.00 average person the styling .of 7:30 Weather Around The Nation FOR RENT-Unfurnished house.Farmer's .
some of the 1957 models appearr 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY Market Road. Apply. El
STONE STATE BANK KEY Raneho Motel 11 1t8'.
c extreme, but to me they look} STONE HEIGHTS. FLA. MEMBER -
7:35 The Clockwatcher
Liquid Investments (Cost, )
FDIC. FOR RENT-Two bedroom blockhouse
and out
Total Estimated Receipts$ and Balances $ 48,022.50 $ 78,764.03 commonplace already 7:50. 'World National.,. State and unfurnished. Bath, 'car
dated. It's an enjoyable hobtyand Sports News FOR SALE-8: gallon Electric port. One block of School. Available -
*. Ladies I (Millage Levied Last Year 0, Estimated This Year 0-5) ; I just wish there more boysin Water Hut@r.T1.'O clement after '. 15th lost. Ph.one
8:05 The Clockwatcher Good Condition. See. .at GaY'1Home' 137. : tfehg.
*. Sleeveless I IIt'ine this area interested in it so Appliance. tfchg
; 8:45: Radio Chapel (Ministerial
and Forfeiture Fund ,
*. '' :'.\ we could get together and kick '
1st Quality Association) .
In trade
$10 .00 FOR YOUR TV on cheap. Quantity ,JllY\lte4. JratAn.tdreu
Estimated Expenses: around a ,few ideas." 9:00, Five .minute summary of 21 Dahmf'rll.Inch Motorola Lowboy tfchyFOR at Bt. 2, Box .34J.'Starka.atp' .

Salary, County Prosecuting Attorney $ $ 300.00 News I FOR-SALE-Gulf Service'Station In

CHILDRENSNEGKLESS Fees & Costs Clerk Circuit Court 1,500.00 1,500.00 9:05: The Chatterbox with Betty RENT-Three" bedroom. apart Keystone Heights. Phone JI1U
Hampton Baptist ment. Large living room, dining _:_4tp III
Fees & Costs County Judge 9,333.00 9,333.00 Gray room and kitchen. (Can heat
C 10:00 Cedric Adams Show Telephone Installed. Call 99-W. FOR ,SALE-Sit' r Toon: block house
Constable 500.00 Revival Starts 421 W. Jefferson St. tfchf on. Highway 109 South. Just beyond -
10.30 Music For The Missus Michigan Baser on right.
Conviction Fees County ProsecuUDK''Atty. 900.00 1,200.00 Monday July' 22 11:00 Five minute summary of List Y.nr Property Fer Sale With Sir acres' of Jand.--tarse chicken
Farm. Home and BntlnrtM Proper houlle.and'.qul mfDt. Mrs E. H.
Fees 1,50000 1,00000
SETS Witness Fees-Jury News tr.-' Free Open LLjdtua.Jile Reagan. ,' 1<<. 4,. Box1U.. Starke.
Other Court Cost & Fees 1,320.24 1,000.00 Rvanrelist Bill Compton of Dejaatur 11:05: Music For The Missus !!..""*.. RepresentativeP. Itch*
Ala. will conduct revival O. Box SOT Slarke, FI..
19c Values Inauest-Phvsician's. Fees 200.00 I II 11:30 Farm Roundup 5 ..I. 8. .. 301 Phone Waldo tHOfcart FOR SALE-Coppei-skln Porto Rico
--- I services at the Hampton Baptist 12:00: Public Service 8-2831 tl SweetTPoUt0 vines. .
Pastel Shades Fees & Costs of County Sheriff 27,497.44 22 4. Merrltt.. Rd. 100. MlutJda,
Church. July through Aug. 12:15: Second News of The World
Feeding and Care of Prisoners 4,800.00Maintenance each evening at 8 o'clock.. Roundup KINGSLEY LAKE Bridge. 2tw 7/2

2-Way Radio & Parts -- 800.00 The speaker graduated from 12:30 Weather Around The Nation A few summer rentals also two TWO ;.BEDROOM. 59S upstairs. St.apartment TeL
Salary of Sheriff .. 7,500.00 Temple Theological Seminary in very nice! homes .for sale., Bothon US.\\ t1'111r IFs
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and has been in
1954 engaged -
C 12:35 The Van Show docks and
Perry lots
Salaries of Deputies & Assistants 22,014.00 work since. His large adequate FOR RALE '
evangelistic ever 1:00 Five minute summary of bath houses and fully furnished. R'III.If.' Law* Mower and 4 Wheel
: Expenses, Other Than Salaries 15,958.32 itineraries have taken him into trailer. .ftJOjyi Cisk. Contact- be.Witt .
News Let, us show themtoday.. ..
< Mile oat ...BJJU
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Investigations L 550.00 many of the states, Canada, and 1:05: ThePerryVan' Show tot ded%:' 2tp ft14

I Equipment (Such as cars, radios, type- : the Caman Islands. 2:00Five: : minute' summary of STARK
> Slight Irregular Rev. Bob Gray editor of the New homes for little 1513,00 AitEMoif! HOUSEWIVES
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writers etc. 12,183.71 News .. ..
,* 29c Value "Baptist Beacon," makes this down payment. Commercial prOpcities I
Reserve for contingencies( For Sheriff) ,.; : 5,015.60 2:05 The Perry' Van Show L\O1: : .;mtlcsfa' 4. ."
comment: "Bill Compton ia an excellent and motel sites.LOANS .-
1aa. 'evet "kefore.tmm Thu
3:00 Five minute summary of I feew M ore ,
and man koiM t..1..tt'7..t ..__
speaker a earAli
young "
>. > -.. News t..1...... "N. ..rl..HeA..tt.:
MENSsax Total Appropriations f 47,650.68 $ 78,254.63 ot unusual ability. Our 3:05 The Perry Van .Show We are not in the loan business" We'talL, 'Write. Mr*.:Metjf 'BroWn.ffl .
blessed his as he Gslnesyhlkfla.OTt .
were by message 9. ghtAv"
-" '371.82 509.40 4:00 Five minute of clients""who are .
c Reserve For Contingencies thrilled us again and again with summary but we have some .' : ,
interested in residential--
r his pungent, penetrating preach- good ". Acres j land..s. room home needs
,He knows the word and how 4:05 At Your Request vestments.__ fc nheft.rockiiig.; ,15 Pecan trees.
Liquid Investments (Cost) _.:! 1 ing. 6:00: WRGR News ParadeVatlrmill j On"* farmingland.. Located:close '
tq preach,it. His life. ia.clean, and CnEAG T1 icTsloY! U. S. SOI to North Side... Church.; pleat*'callthis
Total Budget 48,022.50 $ 78764.03 Wrn.IA i.I ............., -
3rds .: consecrated and affords nun a ''l" J&&fl -. weeK it interested... C. .
wherever he goe&" 6:10 WRGR News Parade We hate some of the finest investments Muse, Rt. 2. Box 85, Starke. In- j
Argyles real: testimony In the County. See U1l qutre :at 'R1I1 "Reddish Store Itp
Special music will be presented (State and Local) .
for Health Unit under See. 154.02 today. Let us show you .what, we WAITRESS WANTED '
Tax Levy and the will 6:20 WRGR News Parade -Apply after
night nursery have., 13 noon B.. & a;: Truck. Stop Res. j'
(Sports antl: Weather) -
1.3111111s -
Florida Statutes on $5,658,849.00' be open for the convenience of ""rant. 'tfch*

Assessed Valuation Less :5 Per Cent, $ 7,042.44 parents with small children.A 6:30 Revolving Bandstand FLORIDA REALTY CO. WANTED-Yard handy.
159 or man. Apply -
p ',- cordial Christian welcome is 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Mu- Of Starke El Ran o MoteL Itch*

I extended'"to everyone" sic) lit N. Walnut St. TeL 183
W. Call Stas Starke Fla. FOR SALE- Off
I Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. 154.02 8:00 Sign Ing pecan grove on Highway It.
S Saturday Twp miles from City of Starke.
Florida Statutes 1.25 Mills on $6,473,680.00 condi See owner In pink house adJoin-
Masonic Notice Same schedule as above except POOL ROOM for sale-Air j
Assessed Valuation Less 5 Per Cent : $ 7,689.50 tioned. Fair business. W. H. ing land or J. O. Graham. Rt. 2. I
1 to 6 p. m. Road Show Pheil. Palatka. Fla., Phone ES- Pox S4.L. 2tp 7/2

Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & A. Sunday Mll. Jtp._7-2! I

rbOI1e I A '+ M. will hold its regular bimonthly 7:30 Sign On Religious programs FrnxmiRE FOR SALE-4 room MEVS:: THREE PIECE SUITS I
This is a true and correct copy of the Budget as adopted by the meeting Monday, July 22 at until 1:00 nom, traditional furniture. Dinette set Stout for sale. Slightly 1J1lf'd.. 1
$ZtI HoHs. J*4 North Cherry. It?,
furniture. )
Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County on July 8, 1957 8 p.m. The .Master Mason's .Degree 1:00 to 6:00: p. m. The Sun- and Phone porch 3182. KeyMone Height.

will be 'exemplified by the day Show Florida. lip' I
CHARLES- A. team of Bradford'.odp.. AU 6:00.: to 8:00p. m. See Schedule FOR SU.E-I'sed 17: Inch T.V. Set tra lot for.sale. :3j .N,',Cherry St.
I Clerk t'Court Chairman taster Masons are Invited: above ,IU5 at Shepnerd'B. "tfchc UP
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