Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 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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Cuban 1 : County Hospital has study ,was every phase of hospital ; Bring ReliefThe Wear 'Possum Pins' .

been fully. accredited by' the operation including qualitj! { Survey Report |

Joint 'Commihnon on Accredita- of 'physical plant, patient: care 1
.L' School Proposes $617,000
Board's new $1,-
Trip don of Hospitals Charles Hardy, administration medical staff, ,
083,000 .
budget was tentatively
hairman f' the hospital board, nursing staff and other -I '_ Building Program
adopted with a sigh of relief last _
announced this week. *
In extending congratulation. week as board members greeted ; ; school in
This accreditation which to the hospital and the community ,-- A new; elementary
prospects being able to pull out southeast Starke was recommended
means that the hospital meetsill Jack Monahan execu; of, the. financial straits which periled of Education -
; the rigid standards of the live cretary of the Florid in a State Board
LI L-; operation last year. School Plant Survey atone
: national group was based on a Hospital Association with cent Enough funds are available In In proposed'new

: thorough' evaluation study of the tral offices in Orlando said. "Ac the new budget to operate saU-} construction project program a .for the next

horipital conducted May 31 by ci-editation by the Joint Com* factorily School
Superintendent which', with
Dr. Carl M. field five years, together
Dumbauld a
mission is the highest recognH !Harmon
Morgan said but
no re- estimated
would cost an
representative of theCommis- tion .obtain -*
any hospital can diction In -'Ii'"
millage can be considered _" .
sion. Included in the evaluation ; and the Bradford County $617,080.

Hospital is the smallest in, Florida The brighter .. :j To pay'' for the proposed projects -
: picture the
___ the team recommended -
to become fully accredited, school front,'was survey
brought about 1 the 'bount School
Joe Hill Williams Monahan also stated itwas -
that by about $200,000 k4 '
: more money .- "4' Board issue bonds in the amountof
"most. unusual" for hospital t
a _
coming,from the state resultof q
as a
.. to become fully accredited new legislation and about 12- : M $450,000. 'This together

Dies; Was Noted after only one year's ,operation.:. '000, in local funds which will be 1 %;it : i &AI as$192,000 its share coming of Capital to the OuUay county

"Hospitals are complex. operations realized from increased assess-
$ under the Minimum Founda-
I w funds
and ordinarly it requires ments..
.,- several before they,are,'in. tion Program would meet the
Public Figure years Last year the School Board
I estimated amount for the new
position to become fully ac; haying reached its 20 mill limit
On Tour Of
I Centennial Queen Royal Cuba I building.But .
credited Monahan add- was
: strapped: for funds for even funds

Centennial Queen Sylvia Paulk I they docked. ing that "someone has' done an- normal ojer tion: reggy and Martha Seuner,.daughters of. Mr. and :Mrs. Jack be considerably needed to more accomplish

was conducted on a royal three I While the Queen and her party : outstanding ,job." : Increases, In amounts over last Seimer of Starke, seem likely to start a new fad with the "possum the would extensive renovation, projects

day tour of Cuba last week as a I stay d in Havana they were escorted The Joint Commission QQ, Ac fear can be 'seen all down the line pins" they wear so becomingly In this photo. In the cardboard box recommended by the team for

part of the honor which went with ; to the many places of interest : creditation of Hospitals is the in the new budget. Last year'the are eight more wiggling "pins" in reality baby possums taken every school building in the

winning the Centennial crown. I by Maqua and during the last word" In hospital total budget This
evaluating was $808,000.
I from the of mother ,
pouch killed
I a possum .on Highway 16 between county. The team did not estimate
Miss Paulk was accompanied on evenings were his guests at several -
it Is
management and patientcare year $1,083,000, an Increaseof
the tour by her mother, Mrs. I prominent clubs.A in the United'States., Mona- $276,000. Starke and KIngsley 'Lake Sunday night. Seimer rescued the babes costs on, most of these projects

Hazel Paulk. her accompanist head table was reserved for who were miraculously unhurt by the automobile that killed the which for the most part
han said. It is composed of the year $742.000 will come
..Mrs. Eddie and Judy Dan- the Queen's party by at mother. want would be paid out of local funds.
Fisher Maqua American College ,of Physicians, from the state. under the Mini-, Anybody a possum pin See the Seimers.
the famous TropicanaClub where -- Proposed Project
the American College of Surgeons -, mum Foundation Program as
kel.The Miss Paulk presented a 45 minute The proposed projects at
group reported receiving I American Hospital Association compared to $556,000 last I. .
extremely courteous treatment on I I I show accompanied by Mrs. Fisher year. Disrepair Of School Buildings Cited white schools would cost $480000 ,-
and p.j. American Medical Asso- The race track fund will contribute ; '
their\ visit being given special the orchestra. Entertainmentwas I and at Negro schools 'would
I I Medical estimated the
elation and Canadian an $88,000 to
also attended at the Rumba
recognition and places of honor cost $87,000. .
wherever they went. :Palace. I Association. schools this 'year as compared; to Remedies For Situation ProposedReports Projects recommended besides

,The Queen received ,an orchid I The party stayed at the beautiful "This is an Indication that the $52,000 last' .year. And $123,000 the new school include a new
Seville Biltmore Hotel in Ha- facilities at the Bradf rtl'.countj ,will accrue from local taxation
'corsage from the Starke Chamber > of conditions of school cult the auditorium at Bradford High
as site is bounded
vana and the attractions this as compared to $107,000tast on
'of'Commerce: when she arrived on visited many Hospital are equal.to the, best year buildings reminiscent, of unflat- three, sides by streets. However School coating $123,600. major
they included the distillery ,
rum '
the. ghlp the 3.'S. Florida, which that can be obtain / Monahan 'year. tering descriptions used by 'the this should be attempted. A plot alterations at BHS costing $35-
perfume factories leather "
took' emlo Havana. During the declar d. "The hospital staff! Because the( pay Increases Citizens Council for Better Schools plan should be made to guide 000. a lunchroom at Lawtey

trip she waa honored by being requested goods ing and manufacturing! a tour of the countryside.cigar mak- administration, medical and voted by: the !Legislature' an esti- after its study -earlier this year I future construction. or improvement any Junior High School costing $25-

to entertain' the guests Special escorts and limousine nursing staffs ancf"the, ,co thmnn mated $154.000 jnore will go into were included in the State Educa- I of the site," 920, ,. a library and storage space
afcJhe"evening floor show., servjce was offered during the Joe. Hill Williams 69', prominentin ity as a whole are :'to be:congra. teachers' 'salaries. Last 'year'sfigure tion Board's school survey received The report criticized the lunchroom for books and [supplies at Starke

When the, group arrivedl' .lla- Queen's stay in Havana with all public' !life and a colorful tulated." ;it fQr thL/Item was 491000. this week. as being inadequate and re'c- Elementary 1 School ,coating $24,-

vanna they were met by Mike special trips and services the compliments courtroom figure for more than Everyone'connected with,., tte| This yeAr It.Is estimated'o be45oQo "The- staff noted that most of cmmendeQ'that 'a new lunch roomb 480 and major alterations at

Maq"uaVchief of staff of the Cuban of M qua. Prearrangements forty years died, Sunday morn- i hospital put In '.'a lot .of" hagf :. ; the school buildings are not in a constructed., Hampton Elementary School

government and brother-in-law qf ; were made, 'through Mrs. ing in Bradford .Counj( ,<,Hospital "A'ork",1&, ,achieve"-the. standai ? jAbaut( 4itOQO more ;wffljbe good state, oTrepair' Many of' Hampton Elementary: "As apaifof costing :3000., -

t. ft ia irBatIstJtrt5reetirigs --and Marian Howe, manager of the after'an illness of;'several'"weeks": for receiving'and maintaining _spent on operation of, thV school the'buildings are -in"need of repairs : the maintenance program Five new classrooms :at.. R.' J\'

bouquets welcomed the I service .fuel, utl- and ,painting' as well as which has been
-janitor muCh
party asLewis Starke
I of Commerce. Funeral services were held such early accreditation "R.' E. : very neg- E. School headed the list ot.
efficient custodial, service
litiesetc.-han. year.! more lected, the. entire building should
afternoon at 2
Wednesday Edmondson
administrator1 the '
amount for main- the report.said in summing up the be renovated ,!' said recommendations for, c; 'Negrq
The budgeted report ,
For Want Of A Warrant A Defendant clock Lake in the Butler First with Baptist Rev.Churchof Allen Bradford County Hospital,' said tenance Vhich\ sorely needed by situation. "Inadequate' artificial :lighting schools.; The cost ot, this >roJet .:

yesterday. estimated at
all of the schools In the .county Some of the conditions noted'by i is! furnished by drop cords with was $57,600. Alto

Young officiating assisted by The accredited status was awarded boosted from. last' year's $8- the survey team and recommen-. open bulbs the report commented recommend were $2SI0. tf r'!
Was' Released Rev. Durwood Long-- pastor of for of was dations :for remedying them include : ai !lunchroom at' awteVlrainn'j! ?
; Police Gain Advice ,a period one year 000 to $30,000.But ,even this increased the concrete' floors'.id: the j :
Harmony Baptist Church, Lake o!'. until such time, as another amount wiri not nearly : toilet rooms should be 'tiled orsealed school and $600 for major: alter
Butler. Interment was in the Maintenance and ations for the Jenkins School.
I survey is conducted. catch with the' backlog of Poor painted. ,
Arrest 'w rranu, 'which have be issued before the arrest of any family plot in Dekle Cemetery Basic requirements are that the Bradford High School : "Main "Floors' in classrooms and halls More Classrooms
been la.rrely'lgnored ''in the past person charged with a misdemeanor Lake Butler with DeWitt C. hospital have at least 25 beds, has (Continued on Page: tenance of the plant has been in-' should be sanded, sealed 'and wai-. The forecast i.the", need foe

gained serious attention in May- unless the alleged violationwas Jones Funeral Home in chargeof been in operation at least 12 I adequate. Floors need sanding ed. Tile in the lunchroom dining, additional classrooms at R.:J. ,E. '
ory Court Monday. 'when two committed in the presence of arrangements.A months and if located in the I One Sentenced, sealing and waxing and ceilings area and kitchen should be repaired was based On the assumptionthat

coo were brought up illustrating a policeman Futch explained. native of Lake Buuer, Mr. United States be listed in the Administrators need painting replacing in some or replaced. The entire building the recommendation would

'their use. born 5 instances. Painting and some repairs should be repaired and re-
Williams was August PlacedOn
Mayor Jackson, expressing a "Hos- Four Are be followed that three Negro
I Guide issue of !
In one case the city apparently desire to remedy the situation instructed 1888 the son of Richard N. and I' are needed in many parts of painted as a part of a ,regular Thurston and
,, schools-Hampton,
expecting the 'case. to be 'con- the police to follow the Opal Van (Hill) Williams. His I pitals," published by the ,American ProbationFive the plant." maintenance'program which appears Wateroak-be abandoned and

tested, issued its first arrest war- 'Hospital 'Assn. conditions cited in the to have been seriously neg
several correct procedures in making arrests (Continued on Page 8)) I Specific students transported to R. J. E.
rant in at least with lected.
years and report included "nine unsatisfactory -
said he will ask the
-the defendant convicted of disturb- youths for hom. pre- classrooms," "an inadequate It was recommended that the The proposed new elementaryschool
City Council to take steps to make Clean-Up Efforts At New Dump I would coat estimated
ant the peace. the issuance of warrants easier. sentence investigations had been two-room homemaking suite." two acre site be expanded "if possible an .
But in another case the court to at least five acres and $272,160 and contain 12 classrooms
before In its recommendations for major
Failure of the city to issue ....,...,..'- completed were brought
a "
toilets cafetorium library
was' forced to release a defendant ({ 2'LL& Circuit Judge George L. Patten j j alterations the survey proposd combined into a single area. At ,
:charged with public intoxication warrant brought the release and jL' 'S receiving a E that parts of the building be present it is divided into two ,, storag space and an ad-
after the man's attorney pointed'out'that. return of a $27 bond for, Walter Wednesday I rewired and relighted the homemaking (Continued on Page 8)) (Continued on Page 8))
he had been Ruff, .Negro, who had been prison term and four placed on .
be remodeled and L-
I m rooms )
charged with public intoxication. probation..,
arrested since arrest warrant _
no new room added science rooms be Fire Unit Building Up '
had been issued for _him. Policeman' C. Moore said they The' five had previously pleaded remodeled and the old canning I
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The" attorney, Mack Futch. discusSing had arrested Ruffin after he had and "pre-sentence investigations I plant converted into an indus-

the warrant situation with :been reported causing a disturb- ,; 4" ordered. 1 trial arts shop. Also recommended Forest Ranger Asks Cooperationers :

Mayor'W.-T.: Jackson and police- ance in a fruit stand. The officers z Rudolph Crews 19, a mem- E for the High School was a

men.'adVised them that continued arrested Ruffin at his _home l. _, I- __ ber of a group of ,en-agers "Plot plan developed 'to show the -

,failure'to use warrants could possibly and admitted that they did not who broke into several businesses I 1 topographical features of the 'site, ---_' = on a site six and .one-half
result in a suit for improper see him drunk in any public in Starke In May, was sentenced I t the existing and proposed.location r"r 'T2T miles west of Starke on High

Imprisonment., : place. to two years in prison, of buildings, utility' lines surface \r way 100 will begin as soon ,ai

\In-such an event. the city Mayor Jackson affixed the number J' but Judge Patten added the recommendation I areas and other improvements.This rt rf ,z' -. wt funds in the state budget are

could 'be caused considerable embarrassment "1" to the warrant issued for _ that Crews be' plot plan will be useful to rJ ,& r released, mme time in September

even" if damages were William James Lee, Negro charged alowed to serve the sentence in I those planning future and other or October. He said that
aofc, assessed, Futch said. with disturbing the peace and I Improvements"
the correctional institution at headquarters buildings will con
xA warrant based on, an affidavit using profane language in a Reno USO, UnsatisfactoryThe k1'
Apalachee.The sist of an office and shop structure -
a complainant, should establishment. Three witnesses accused report said. that the USO !
that his fire tower, and three 'residences -
.. judge told Crewa! a
Lee of causing a disturbanceand I quarters are not "satisfactory : ?:k.S
issuing threats after he triedto -4 j- past record as shown in the .Investigation school facilities and, the, locationof to house the ranger,

Qualifies interfere in a "playful" fight report did not 'war- the building makes, their use by lowerman, and dispatcher and

between a man.and woman in the rant allowing probation for him. pupils difficult"" c their families. When completed

For Council Race place. Efforts to clean up the new city dump were undertaken last week Another member of the teenage Lawtey Junior High: "The' main the Forest Service will have a

The charge of using profane I group, Billy Griffis, 17 was building needs 'a general renovation I r/aff of nine men In Bradford
bulldozer demonstration I
when the obtained the services a during a
language was dropped and Lee city placed on probation for four as a part of the maintenance County, Deluding the two tower-
-James A. Lewis. former City was fined $21.Clergymen. by a heavy machinery' company. The ground was scraped years. The cases against three program," the report said in its (& r' men already stationed at tne

Council chairman was the first dean and the rubbish covered over as shown in the top photo. But other members of the group had recommendations.Of .' '' present Louis Hill and Santa Fe ..4

to .throw hU hat into the political by Monday scatterings of rubbish again marred the "dean" groundas been disposed of previously in this main building the sur- :' towers. SAt
arena as' he qualified Mondaf To Visit team remarked that "Proper
private individuals had thrown refuse on the site as is evidenced juvenile court.R. I vey the present time Ranger
: as a candidate for a post onthe maintenance has been neglected
City Council.Prospective Bradford Health Unit by the melon leavings in bottom'photo..- This almost overnight piling J. Griffis! and Harmon Fu- I so long that general ,over-all' repairs '.' Lewis Las one tractor' and a

candidates up of garbage on the site when unattended is, one of the arguments gate were placed on probationfor i are needed if the building g43'F pick-up at his disposal fOr suppressing -
haye ReV. Walter Peterson and two years for aggravated fires in Bradford
in the is to be continued in use. -
three and a half more weeks to for a full tune attendant and supervision maintaining dump.
Rev. James Taylor, Episcopal assault. They had admitted beat- "The interior of the building is This equipment will be a gment-

qualify for election to city posts ing Doyle Hazen-operator of,the poorly designed for school use and ed to include a power-wagon
In'the 10 election. Deadline clergymen who are taking a two-
: Sept. K. 4 J ,Restaurant,; oh the nightof is in poor condition. Floors are tanker and other Items when:

for_ ,qualifying is Aug. 20. month orientation in' social and April 26 after Hazen.:tried to rough and splintered baseboards the headquarters Is completed,

But prospective voters have health problems in this area get them' to leave.e, restaurant under windows and window Glenn R. Lewis (above), Coun- he. said. r ,.

only', two more weeks to register will spend July 2526ith the -- -- because they were' creating' adisturbaJlc frames in parts of 'building are ty Ranger in charge of Brad- Mr. Lewis,' who is residing at

ta:: vote In the election. City F in bad shape; windows need glazIng ford's new Forest Fire Protection -
: 570 W. Call st.
Bradford County Health Department with his Wife and
Clerk Carl Johns issued another ,One condition of the probation ,'knobs are missing .from doors unit, -asking for the cooperation -

reminder: to aU eligible citizens where they will learn of order is that each of the men and paint is needed. Paint, paper of the general publicin with young the son, Glenn, Jr., has been
Forest Service for four'
ofCstarke' this week to make the services offered and the rela- : pay $56.05 toward Hazen's medi- and other combustible' materials reporting plans to burn trashor and half

sure their names the cal in court were stored under a.wooden stair- woodland. If the proposed a years. During this'
are on re- tionship of the department with expenses and $25.80
w .,.t Toilet have concrete he has served as assistant .
gistration books. way. rooms' is the Forest
costs within 60 days. turning reported.
other agencies in the community. floors and were*,poorly kept," ran ranger, ranger, dispatcher, and -
-The. city registration books p "The investigation report Indicates Service will be glad to provide
Mr. Peterson and Mr. Taylorare some of the' comments on the assistant county ranger. Most
opened ,on July 11 and ,will close that If you had not been "stand by" service to be sure the
main building ,at the Lawtey of this time was spent In Madison -
of Sewannee Theo
at'.lnoon Aug. 20. Indulging In drink you wouldn'thave fire does not get out of hand
school. County from where he
.offices to be tilled in the election logical Seminary in 1957. After gotten into this trouble," 'Site Too Small the ranger said. transferred here. was

this year are two City completion of the course },{r, the judge said. The report also recommendedthat Until the new headquarters Is The :

Council posts, city clerk, mayor Peterson has been assigned tc Robert Braswell, Negro, was "Several low areas .. be completed here, persons wishingto new Fire Protection unit

and.chief, of police.Qualifying placed on probation for three filled to improve drainage, play contact Ranger Lewis may will have a total operating bud

fees for these, off!- DeFuniak.Springs and Chipley, years for aggravated assault, area be improved and ,additional do so' by telephoning the Satsu- get of $28,000 but only $3.890 ,

ca/are-:, City Clerk $21450 and Mr. Taylor to St. Paul's charges which stemmed from landscaping provided .i. The site ma Tower, phone ,number 2921. of this la paid with county'funds. '

cit/- ({COUflCil $30; Chief of Police. Church Federal Point, and St the, shooting of :another. Negro, is too small, -fora. school of this The new ranger said that construction The balance comes from state

.-. .$:OL15; Mayor, 112. Thomas Church, BunnelL Letfoy Brown ,( n.. ,June.15: 1956.: size. but; expansion will ,be' diffis of the new headquart and federal &14.

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.......y..yyy..y..yy.. hausen was able to go back ,to son-in-law and daughter, .Mr. and Methodist Church (OFFICIAL T. C. Hazen SEAL Jr.), Chairman City la Clrcalt NOTICE':..110! T6 Bradford API'tDB Cautyi
work this week after a two Mrs. .N. L. Cannon and family Council City of Starke, Florida Florida la Caaa ery.
editorial weeks illness. Sunday. Sunday School 'for all ages, 9:45 Frederick D. Rodgers Plaintiff, vs.
MAXVILLE Carl Johns, City Clerk. City of Willie, Rodgers.. Defendant.-
h} H. R. Kilgore, is spending Brother Carter of. Jacksonvilleled ajiu Morning Worship 11 aon. Starke, Florida. Case No. 10-2277
MjSgt. 'meetiDg- the Recreation for MYF, 615 'p." m. 7-26 %t 8-% Notice T* AppearTo .
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By Mrs C. B, NplaaA a two weeks vacation; .here prayer : Dine-A-Mite for MYF, with his family. He is now" stationed vile Baptist, Church Wednesday IB Coart Of Coaatr Judge Bradford dence ,and address Is unknown.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Worship and business meeting forMYI' .. 'You are.herei/y notified that a suit
In Senate Field Ceaaty, State <
Titanic esler near night.
Struggle I at K Service
7:15'' p.m. Union la; Probate. ,fer divorce
: Bioloxl;? Mias.1Mm \ Mr. and, Mrs. Sidney Roberson 'in our church this Sunday at 8 RE;"'Estate. ..of John B. Griffis 'de- has:been filed against yon la the
'Mrs. J. C. Nolan and'chDdren <, and .Mr. and. Mrs., above aimed Court and came and
of .Live. ceased.
Us .-J. O Nolan and children. Rev W: S. McAliley of the' a of
Affects Lives Of AH p.m. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE.: you.are required to serve copy
Jacksonville last Mon
visited in of
f; Bill Roberson and daughter 'answer or pleading to the
Church will
." and Mrs. Ed Harris! and children, Presbyterian bring APPLICATION FOR FIffALDISCHARGE your
Harris and complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
', II day with Mrs. 'JackSOnville were visitors of .
. Mrs. Margaret Norris and"children the message. Coattrat William D. Morgan. 507 Clark
of the American people To All Wheat It, May
: Sometimes the apathy Little Marcia Lynn Har-
family. Mrs. Dorothy Waters Sunday. "' Ballding. Jacksonville 2, Floridaand
I .. and Mrs. Gussie' Wilkinsonof Sunday,morning .services broadcast Notice' is hereby given'that.wehave
.; ;1-" Qn subjects' tbatTatfeci: the. very. vitals of. ris returned home with them, for -Jacksonville all enjoyed tfie Mrs. Lonnie Harris, Mrs. Pres- over WRGR from 11:30'to 12 filed our'final report 'as Co- of the rile Cltrk the of original the Circuit in the Court Office ODor

:: :,: : American government is appalling. For instance, a couple of days' visit. day 'a( Strickland's Landing lastThursday. ; ton, Padgett, 'Leon: Harris and. noon ,each Sunday. administrators B. Griffis deceased of the; that estate we'of John have, before the. 26th day allegations of August.of

'. if the full significance .and terrifying implications Friends of Miss Patricia Wesley Harris visited 'withLonnie ? -' Vacation Biuie School begins filed charge our and petition'that we for are final applyingto dis;=; said 1957,Complaint otherwise will the be taken .as

of the Civil Rights l legislation now being Owens will be interested to learn to learn that.. HarriS''if"Lake 'City Veteran's'hoapitai'ln' Augv5"'and ,all young people up'through the Honorable Theron A .Yawn,, confused by you.
We: are sorry Lake ; Sun County Judge of Bradford County "his 'notice '-shall be puhlUhe*
debated were fullyknown;l and understood by the that' she is attending the' Christian Mrs!: Bud Harris has been ill and City ,junior, age are urged toe Florida on the 20 day ,of August once each week for four conncuUYI
Youth Camp at Bradford, day. Friends"will 'be glad to'knOw 1 'oU.- 1957 for approval of the same' and weeks In the Bradford. County.Tel.: .
expect to be flooded -
American we"might
people home the doctor's care. 'thaV* LOnnie' is getting for final discharge as Co-admini graph. .
and her return plansto "
with letters to the eijitor and to Congress, with upon "Vacation" Bible School will be : Im The County JuAge Ceurt LAnd strators of the estate of John. B. Dated this .25rd day of July. 1967..
: A. Darby'Clerk
visit awhile, with, her mother, along fine For Bradford, County, Florida. Griffis -deceased. (Official. seal) Cannes -
forum with demonstrations '- gin'at the :Maxville Baptist : This the, 20th day of July 1957. of th* Circuit Court
., protests from the public :Mrs. Ruby Owens.. Miss Debbie'Phillips left Wednesday IM" Prebate. Robert B. Griffis and Dolph By Marian ,L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
No. 1-173
marcheson Church on Monday Aug. 19.. 'with the Associations!" 1-S U I-II
in the streets, or even indignation Little Rex' Wilkinson celebrated IN RE: The Estate of Eva A. Grant Griffis, Co-Administrators of

Washington. Instead r1 what' the reaction 'his '6tli'birthday last. Tuesdayevening" 'Mr. 'and Mrs. Wilbur Giddensof Workers' for' ; the Florida Baptist- NOTICE deceased.OF FILING PETITION. said Estate 7-26, it 8-16 -
AVon' Park spent Sunday: and Assembly in Ridge r st. N. C. I. Tae Clrealt Coart of ElgbtbJudicial
of the "man in the street? Apparently, he just when his family and ,R'FIXAL' DISCHARGE OF NOTICE TO APPEAR Clrcait of Florida la aid
goes on' watching- Disneyland or the 'wrestling Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon and Monday with Mr. Gidens' brothinla for:, one week:: To. AH Whom ADMINISTRATOR It May Concera la Circalt Coart. Bradford. County For Bradford Coaaty.
'- eJ;- \u and<< sister: Mr. and' The Maxville, Boys baseball Notice is hereby'gIven that I Florida;: la Caaatcrr. b; Chancery.
enjoyed birthday
family a supperat
concem'thanif No. 10-%168
matches on television'with no more Aqn Ward RoVrts Plaintiff vs. ,
D/B. took"a terrific beating have filed. my Final. Returns as
: Mrs.' Griffis. team
the home of his-parents; Mr. Administrator of the estate of Eva Robert Henry Roberts Defendant NOTICE/ TO DEFENDSamuel
the relative merits
the: Senators were debating and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson.. Mr., 'and Mrs Dan Hargrovesand from the Lawtey team here Sunday AI' Grant. deceased; that I have Case No. 10-2253 J. Ferrara Plantift vs.
of issuing postage stamp J in *', needso filed Petition for Final Dis- Heiler T. AppearTo Barbara Shaver Ferrara. Defendant.To
a' new : commemora! last daughter. spent Sunday in afternoon. Our boys my : Robert Hjenry Roberts, whose : Barbara Shaver Ferrara 1
Helen Sweat spent from charge, and that I will apply to
tion of' .Whistler's, Mother r Glen St.:-Mary with Mrs. Edna much practice. Maybe with a the Honorable Theron A. Yawn. residence and address is: Unknown.You Chestnut Street, Arosterdan, New
Wednesday until Sunday in Mac- of Bradford County, are berl" 1 notified thai a York.
How many letters have, been' written to Con clenny with her, grandparents, Manning! ,and family. little more coaching: they can do County Florida'Judge on the 19th day of August. suit for divorce and 'restorationof You, Barbara Shaver Ferrara are
We are. proud of'attendance.at. better. 1957, for approval of and final maiden name hereby notified that a Complaintfor
; gress? How'much encouragement has.,been given Mr. and Mrs. H. A. "Sweat. ,. discharge as'Administrator'same of the has been filed against you In the Divorce has been filed againstyou
to.: the handful of Southern Senators' who} are :Mr. and Mrs. E. D 'HIggin-' the Maxvffle Baptist .Sunday'School. estate of Eva A. Grant, deceased. above named Court and cause and by your husband, Samuel J.
of and are hereby re-
There were 104 present Presbyterian ChurchFriday This the' 17th day of July. yu are required to serve a copy Ferrara you
I 'waging an inspiring battleagainst! this i iniquitouslegisiatibnin botham and sons and Mr and DeWitt C. JonesAdministrator your answer pleading to the com qured tQ serve a copy of your an-
last Sunday, morning. The enrollment of the Estate of plaint on the plaintiffs' Attorney swer on Plaintiffs attorney, and
/ .the face of. :what once :seemed almost Mrs. 'LeSlie Sweat, and daughters is'now 112r so. we' still -' Adult Choir ,Practice, Eva A. Grant deceased. T. Frank Landrum P. O. Box 546, file the original answer or other
? visited in 'Macclenny last Wednesday -' Starke Florida pleading In the I office of the Clerkof
..' insurmountable odds? How,, many. let erst. got to, work to. 'get more members 8 p. m. il"| 7/26 4t 8/16 ana rue the original tie office of the Circuit Court, en or before
night,' while Mrs. Higgin- someone School, 9:45: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Aug, 5, 1957 If you fail to do so,
of protest have been written.tr President Eisenhower present. Bring Sunday-Church ,
botham and Mrs. Sweat attended NOTICE OF TAX EQUALIZATION before the Judgment by default will be taken
'-who gave his blessing and sought stork'shower" with you Sunday.. a. m.; 'Morning; Worship service, The City Council of the City of 5th day of August. 1957; against you for: the relief demanded -
passage a for Mrs. Starke, Florida, will meet at the
'' otherwise the allegations of Bd In.the Bill of ComplalnLDone
Lucas nail
of this vicious bill when, by his own admission, hehadn't Alma' Rhoden at the home of. joe got' a piece of "Hearing God's'Voice", 11 a. m.; City Hall, In' the City Clerk's office Complaint wlU bt talcea u confessed and ordered this 28 day of
In his.: 'eye"last week while 'workIng' Union Evening Worship service, on Tuesday, the Cth day of .'by you. June 1957 at Starke, Florida.OFFICIAL .
even read it all and didn't know what was Mrs. H. A. Sweat,. given by Mrs. to" Christian Church August, A.D., 1957, as a Board of This notice shall be published ( SEAL)
and had have a doctor remove First sermon, '
Wilma Blackwell. Equalizers for the purpose of.hearing once each week tor four consecutive Clarles A.. Darby, Clerk of Circuit
in, it? Or ,how many l letters have been written It: He seems to be doing, "Gfieving;: the Holy Spirit," by complaints and receiving testimony weeks in the Bradford' County. Teleaph Court. .
We regret that Mrs. Ernest as to the value of any property ., ;, L. Deputy'Clerk
to Vice ,.President Richard (That's My Boy) By Marian Crosby.
fine now. the; Rev. W.S. McAUley. real personal mixed, 2 day,
Welhaussn is ill and confined to or or tat Dated this of July 1957. Lewis D. Haines, -Attorney for
Nixon whose ruling last. 'January'that the ''Senate Mr.. and Mrs. .I. A. BornSteinof 'Thursday- 'Juni<>r choir practice fixed by the Tax Assessor for the (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A.Darby Plaintiff, 1431 N. E. 26th Street.
\ bed at her home and do wish"hua' .. fear 1957, against 'the owner or .Clerk of the Circuit Court Fort Lauderdale, Florida. '
is not a "continuing body' made it possibleto speedy recovery, Jacksonville visited'with':their, 2 p. m. agent of such property.' By, 'Marian'. L..Croeby.puty, ,- > ,' .. Clerk......"". .. ;,. 7/5 4t 7/26

bring up and pass the present Civil Rights Mr. and Mrs.; D.::B.. Griffis' and .. ,- .

legislation? If any,such letters, J cour ging or' daughter, and. .Mrs.: Fanny Griffis }., -r" '" .' < '. it #< .,
protesting or Qtherwise.have: 'been'written at' all ana: Sharon Griffis" carried '" ; Or

: it .!is safe.small.to: bet that- their. ilalnber:-}ins'been1 pitifully : Mrs. Wednesday Belle Giddens'for 'to an Lakelandlast extended I hAl pj IT if.J.,'h;:.j 'i,f''J't.f":i S it ."...\.l""'"t.'.!";"'."''.,-:' "' ,.,:.,:."' +'_'."If,'.<'t., .' '. .,:: ".\'" -

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i, ::7'. ;..-..;. ,. .. ,
visit.Misses "' r
And yet the historic deb te'goes on with the Pat and Barbara Gid- .rIiII C :):. .
stakes. being possible loss of jury. trial' for you', dens of Avon Park are visiting '. .. :::, t; ; i .,; ';: 'J : < :
and and if brother-in-law' .
YOU whether
you, accused, justly ornot their sister., ,:

,' of' a, civil rights violation;. or ((equally asfrightening Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman.' .

) the use of Federal troops to enforce Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning :

integration in the J public schools, of 'the nation. of Jacksonville were guests of' .
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and .
As, Florida's, .Senator, George Smathers' has L I x } !
said: "The right of trial byt jury is as basic to family Sunday,
The Maxville Home Demon-
the American people' and ALL; American. people stration Club met Tuesday, July 1T

as the right to vpte. And yet, here is a' .bill 16 at the Civic Club. Mrs. Nellie I

.: that IciJq'take. that.right away from. any local l., Mills, County Home Demonstration -_

; county ..commissioner-( school board official,. Agent. met. with" them anti. 5 ...
who''may-be' : charged.not', necessarily by :the, brought out some interestingpoints .r 'I' !

person alleged to' be aggrieved or::injured, but by on dress making'and t
'choice of clothes. She also demonstrated
the Attorney 'General of,the, United States, when- how' to clean sewingmachines.

ever he feel that ,. right to vote -.
.may, some, person's The ,embers enjoyed j .
or his right' to go to a;(different school from the sandwiches and.drin. at 'the -I fl A a ltiti' a ,;"Y, .

"one. kssigneclhas. been taken j away. club house for1 I lunch and afterward i ; ,

''The.bill provides. for a commission that would enjoyed. a birthday cake, : .!: ,.:.,
baked .in honor of Mrs. Mills'
have the .authority to move into any state or
birthday, ,and home made ice t tF
county, or municipality in order to" determine cream; ''Those'attending the l

whether or not anyone's rights,are being violated meeting with Mrs. Mills wen ,

; not just with respect to voting but in t ..'
anyway Mesdames John North, Bu- :': 'yg:$

that may fall within the Attorney General's ford Higginbotham, Mary ,,.", ."' \

definition, of civil l rights. Wellhausen, Ernest' Wellhausen,' f :,,' ; .
'The.Attorney General can then, without even Waver Griffis, Wilbur. Wilkinson ,'. 1 -j.. 1.
Oscar Wilkinson, Lonnie ..
i: '
the benefit of a complaint from a local citizen, '/," '" I
Harris, Dewey McPherson; Joe 1
and without consideration! .of local laws, obtain Lucas, Leslie Sweat and C. B. ..
an injunction in Federal Court and array the Nolan. '.

power, might, and unlimited money of the Federal Mr. and Mrs. Jones Thomasand : .. : r; 'f',1 : w '/ Ste.: J: L;

Government against. a local. official, or even a family and Alene Sweat '

private, citizen: went, swimming- in. the St. : f
Marys Rivet last .Friday.
"It, will ,be a tragic day if,'this proposal in its Alene Sweat spent Sunday in

present form is adopted, for the lioerties' that i it. Middle urg as the, guest of Rev

takes away from the, people of. the' South at 'the :and Mrs. R. L.. Taggart and'

present time will at some future. time, under' :family.

some: similar 1 emotional and political stress, be Mrs. Eda Greene, Oscar Wil- .

taken Way from some ,other minority' group in kinson, Franklin Bell and Little -

some other area of the United'' States. Once Barbara Brown all celebrated

these basic protections to individual rights begin their birthday Sunday when their
families enjoyed boat riding,
to be washed away, all America will eventually '
swimming an all day picnicat
be the loser. Surely, _we must do. all we can Hampton Lake. Those at-

H-stop this from happening." tending were, Mr. and Mrs: 'r a. xb t ,

Almost equally as odious as the section of. the Franklin: Bell. and family! Mr. l

bill that would set ,Attorney General Herbert and Mrs.: Claude Greene' Mrs..

Brownell, up as "plaintiff, judge! jury, and lord Mary Mosley, Mrs. Joe Lucas

high executio er'' is the one harking back to and family, Mr. and ,Mrs.. Bill
Whitmill, Mr. and Mrs Gilbert
force bills of reconstruction_ days and providing 1 la lit
Brown and family, Mr.. and Mrs. r
for the use of Federal troops to enforce the
provisions Oscar Wilkinson and family, Mr. 'r. ,
v.a: ; ::i:; f.S,; >:
of the act., This section was unanimouslyvoted and Mrs. Harold Starling, and

down by the Senate Monday but was i in Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slade and :;

the,bill as passed by,the House, several weeks ago. family. filtt.G 1
At his press conference the other day President Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wi11d 0 n'w: ,

Eisenhower' in a great, 'but somewhat belated of 'Jacksonville. were supper .

show of surprise at some of the provisionsof guests of Mr. and Mrs.. 'Rudy ,. ,?"r- .

the bill, said lhe couldn'e'imagine a set of circumstances Sunday Higginbotham night. and daughter" 7 t is ';,

that would induce him to employ Mrs. E.: D. Higginbotham and

troops in enforcing Federal Court orders. children accompanied., and -. .. ,,,,.- ..,, a

Southerners would be naive indeed if'they bought Mrs H. A. Sweat of Macciennj r ., .I "" ," : -
the bill,, on the basis of ,any such, assurances. to St. Augustine Monday tc I '- ', -

Whetherthe. President has a: good imagination spend several days with Mrs. ."f .. .

"'or..not, the question naturally: arises: why s'the Bernice Higginbotham's.Raulerson sisters and, Mrs Mrs:: / : r1ir\ G t'O"t' and goJ! And.take along lots of Coke!

Administration asking for' powers it 'does not' Mandy Wafnwright. ',. p,.,.',"'- .-,'.' '.. ." ,1',..... ."1 .c '. t lh S.iy.:' 4 ,- ........ ., ... .e.. ,
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intend to use? Even' such an Administration- }.{rs.r.. c: Higginbotham fa/E!r :!t," ::-.. : 't t' ... R e.rR .

supporting newspaper as the Christian' 'Science at' her home here. i .. # Y;'. : Call 'em Sun brella Days: .'7'. time.to plan ,picnics., broil, barbecues, time 'for family

Monitor -remarks that "Southerners are right in We are gia.d*. ''that'' E. D. Hig. .- f .- ., .
wanting' something\ more than President Eisen\ gintwtham is;able to.:work. afteia r '. ,outings Good .times,, when .the unique good taste of Coca-Cola fits right, in. World-,

hQwer s assurance that: he'can' think of no'; circumstances recent illness. '

tliat,would Induce1 him to take. such' Mr. and Mrs James Water:ag .', famaaa'for the pleasure it'gives. so good in. taste, in such good taste... and so easy },
action..'' and family of Lawtey visit!I ... v.* .. :;: i4e'
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Ju -
Our> hat is off to our, 'courageous Southern wittfMri: and Mrs.,'Buford. Rig..' -.A: "' .1.if'''. to'serre: Coke-is. febest-lovid. : :: : 'sparkling drink in all the.world.. Jr 4.
ginbotham and .
family Sunda ;
; :
Senators who are fighting this,battle for us. We afternoon.v Miss Merle ,Higgin- \'r' ,. _- < ;,-1-"l ;;1. :,,.' "'- :lte -. :;: ....I; t .... ,,."' ... .
can believe, however, that their task would be botham accompanied them hom< tin! br'II a '
made, 'easier if the knew the folks back home to spend several days. I Your grocer suggests -

understood, the' issues and showed some sign of Mrs. F. B. Coleman and faro_ :, Days heat-and-eat, :meals: _

appreciating .and .encouraging! their' efforts Why fly and Mr, and' Mrs. Budd;:, ,
and cheeses
.. ; .- :
Browning Jacksonville'enjoy;
not,write"them, .. ,. and tell them'. so: tOday? .
ed a picnic supper and..swim a't crackers. and. cold cuts, and snacks.'All- the4,,
Strickland's Landing. last Thurs i- .
w summer:favori t's' that taste great'with;: .: -
; and Mrs. 3.: C. Nolan an;If
', Coke..Shop for.ttw summer specials > : '
children. Mr. and Mrs. P:J., Pairish *
p\'O'UDA'.1OLDnT EST, 1 WEEKLY 1I.NEW$- and fanyly, Mrs. "Rattle ..NcIan .., grocer. Is"featuring today, I : :: 1 "'.W-i ,T r; >' /

PAPER" pyiuiifB :CONTINOIIM.Y' and Miss.Jewel. Higginbott 1-. .. ,,.jail
A UNDER THE $!ML MASTMEAD., am spent Sunday at Flagle!r:' --.---..-' -.n..ar.a, '_.'" a -" '.-.2".ti, :, .. ..

Beach as the' guests of )(r..' anMr d' '" r KING SIGN OF GOOD 'TASTE
pWILIWiA EACH FRIDAY AND;BTO3UD AC SECOND CLAM *. Bob' Nolan and son = oi1he"c1 ,
HATTER*AT THE POST(' I' *,OfFICE'AT $* ARIcg- FLORIDA" UNDU, We are glad! that Frank--We1J; : .Bottled,;; unier cuAorir/ d- poiy 1 b h ;- s ;;Coca-coLA:: : BOTTLING COMPANY', l .. "

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"TTTTVTTVMfTTftTVTTTTTTAWTEY I ana Jimmy uincn.Moore, Donald. Thomas I St. Vincent's Hospital on Wednesday Starke' were Sunday" guests'' of ,and Mrs:! Milton"Misner aiuf 'and Mr.. and Mrs. Emery Brown David Thomas of Lake Butler has spoken at services here sew

: and .Bob Bates _are attendinpfH .- Mn Hicks who had Mr. :and Mrs. W. A.-Tyler. Susanna Sims, of 'Gainesvillespent' and son: 'Mrs." Suuivan. -rematned conducted services last Sunday eral times ,recently.
\ % : suffered injuries in a recent ;"Mrs.:*Margaret KellJ -has returned frdnr'Wednesday Friday{ for a week's, visitwith,the Emery and Glen
Camp at Cherry Lake near Madison t morning and Sunday night at :Misses Nell, Williams
we'ek.Mr. automobile accident, was not improving to the home, 0( 'her' son, ia Hampton with Wendy andDebbie" Browns.
fej i n. .Joyce T.l"lItCb .this and- as rapidly, as they had H. 'C.' Kelly, from, Bradford ', :frill.Mr .' H.- V. Saxon spent last week I Hampton Christian Church, andis da.vining are spending this

l Mrs. Charles Starling hoped., County; :Hospital where she; :had and 'Mrs. John Haynie end in 'Hampton with his father, also expected to be presentfor week in Jacksonville with their
AA A and daughter of Highland are and Mrs.
family.. Daniel Massey, Terry Futch been a patient: for several days. have purchased the Barwick: Ben Saxon, enroute home to services next Sunday. He is uncle and aunt, Mr
1 visiting the Joe, Starling children.
and G. W. Durham of Jacksonville '. .Mrs. Fred Blackburn, sand son the brother of Jake Thomas,.who 'Arnold Haddock, and
,Miss Lillian Wilkinson, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith :, dace j just, east,of Hampton, andhave Pompano from Atlanta, Ga. r. 1.
were filling: in the St. ot_Okinawa, 1.1rs.Laura- Colley 'in ... .
; of, Mrs. M. B. Wilkinson of and children cf Mandarin were: \ moved, recently! Theyre' Joyce Beal, who is now work-
Johns River ,on and Carr Colley of Starke visited
Thursday end from
NeW River is : .Pennsylpania.and, will ing in Jacksonville for an insur- '
staying with Mrs. Sunday guests of the Melson NEXT,
caught 75. )[r, and,)frs., Hermie, Kelly. Sun- ,Continue making their home 'LET US FIGURE ON YOUR
'Mary Reddish. They had as, a"Sunday Privett family. day'ter ance company; spent last weekend -
\ Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren and 1oon. there"for part ,of ,the ,year, and here with Jim Adkins'family.
'guest, Mrs. Eve GodwinOf Thursday of toe
Miss Renee Moore left '
Mrs. 'Mc Swain
: ,, Starke. : Mr. and Mrs. 1.IarvinY atren Margaret" : and !he remainder of. the time in .
visit !QB
for her brother- -' -" -
a with ? had as guests ...during the weekend sons of "Fort, Pierce are yisilingIrs' Hampton.. / BUILDING!
Recent guests of Mr. aM Mrs. in-law and sister, '''Mr. and Mrs. Mrs 'Victor :Appleby' and 1 Maude Rhodes'and' ,,the L.. Recent'-visitors at the Luther Mrs. Jessie Chastain and

O::. J': Phillips were Mr. and Mrs.I S.D. Andrews In Wildwood. family of Jacksonville and :the P': Rafuse: family. J: Watierson's were Mr.? and Mrs. granddaughter, _Sue Chastain. _.= .. 1< ''to. '1 '" ,'J 1t-.a- -

P'ateedd.. and family of Macon,I Mr. and Mrs. Troy. Bennett Leslie Bradley family Of ,Kings- 'Guests of Mrs. Sam' Hicks'and Clay"Dover: and. -ill': and :Mrs. 'spent o'days in 'Daytona .For.Free., ),--

Ga., .Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and grandson Wayne, were busi- ley. The Bradleys and Mrs.. Mr.'and'-Mrs:: Glenn_ Shuford this'c 'Robert'' Dover, of 'Gastonia. .,,.."N.., 'Beach last"'week.: Mrs. Chastain "

and 'son of Callahan, Mr. and ness visitors to, Titusville last Appleby and, daughter, Beverly) week are Mr. and MrsLjw.: : J.: ..C.;Van H.- Douberly and. brotherof'Dundee. also' accompanied Mr.' and Mrs.'
Mrs.: Coleman Monday and Tuesday.Mr. Wolfe and'sons : r \ ley.Andrews', of Starke, .to
:Phillips of Waldo, attended the sing .at New River and Mr app, Mrs.AllanWolfe .
and Mrand, Mrs. James Phillips and Mrs. Harold Eunice after ; of Wilmington_ pel. .. .._ ,Salt Springs''one day last week.Jfr. Estimates
( _Baptist! Church,,Sunday :! !> W"O' .1 1{rAi. '
and family spent last Sunday in 'Mrs" : and Mrs. Littleton 'Lew'of,
and daughter of Starke. TheRedds' noon. C. K. White' of Crescent L. Watte"v) ..,..''' <1 I Phone -
will remain here until Maxville with Mr. and Mrs. Jim City Is recuperating .after' a ser last Arcadia; Mr.. and.l. rs. EdwardTaylor
i Wafers "' -- :
and James 'tM Olen
;Mr. Mrs. arid
Mrs. '
Godwin. DreW' Hunter
Wednesday. I and of ious operation! at the t home 'tof ]Bedenbaugh: ani 'Vices' of De- 493.J =. T
sons were Sunday guests ; ..
Mrs. Effie Boatright and ; Mr Mrs. Alert 1 of Lake City, visited. last week --
y Miss. Arthurine Blanchard of I Mr. and .Mrs. ,Buford,, Bigg l- her. parent and ;-. ;Land; anti Mr. 'and Mrs, Freder-
with the' M. L.
Jacksonville Miss daughter spent last week with Sappenfield_ at_ Trail MoteL. i icli ,Witter"'n" of 'Sf.2rke. Wattersons.' RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL'
Ruth Johnson, botham in MazvOle. c 4. '}frs. Dot
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Rowell in Tam-, j I ..Eiland is spending a '
and Ernest Jenkins of Starke Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville _Bill! y Home, ,stationed 'atHomestead I few days at Daytona Beach this ,REPAIRS'' 'I.. (
were Sunday dinner guests of pa.Mrs.. Jessie Burney and AMID! spent the"weekend with At The Tabernacle was home' Saturday week

the A.. M. Blanchard family and Bobbie Price of Jacksonville vis her parents, Mr. ;and Mrs. H.. C, ** f *' fir a visit with' his parents. : .the SupPer guests 'last Wednesday
sdloisls; J.
Mrs. Josephine PalmerL ited Mrs. Georgia Ann Harley. Two new Larry W.- ,Homes.,.. at the
Sapp on evening home of Mrs.
Rev.. ,and Mrs. Clarence. L. Saturday,afternoon. ,Mrs.,Burney 'The Methodist picnic, :whichwas in Kessler'the Bible and Charles School' hour Smith at, were toe Mflliken hirq: A.''' L. Sullivan and Glen Jessie'"Chastain, were' Mr: and J. y. THOMAS ..w Construction
had chaperoned a of held at Strickland's Landingon of ocala visited last Mrs. 'W'. L. *** .
group Andrews
Tyler Sr. and son of Jackson Tabernacle last morning.. and daughter ry t* ,'193
Ville attended services at the young people at a picnic whichwas Thursday' was well attended. Layman- Fred .R.Sunday Sacher of Park weekend h'_,..._ >With. Mrs. ,;'.4."; F, Brown, I Mrs. Conn of Maryland., : '\a 't' rter'
First held' at Strickland's landing, Special guest wwi Mrs. Ethel '
Baptist Church on Sunday. ot toe" Palms gave 'an interesting .
Rev. Tyler was the guest speaker and brought Mrs Sapp a bounti Ayers of Longwood, :who returned directed especially to : .' 1 --:::

:'for,the day. The Tylers, witMr h ful picnic supper. I home'r with Mr. and Mrs. L. message toe people 'Sunday night,
and Mrs. 0. J. Anders and Mrs. Claudia Strickland of, IL, Futch last Tuesday Mrs, young' 'valuable
while Mrs.; Sacher
Bon attended the dinner and Gainesville spent ,Thursday night. 'Ayers',was a teacher" in the local assistance 1n'music gave, making
at New River and Friday with her sister, Miss school a number of years, and .
sing Baptistchurch .
ewsR ,
4 t1E
several piano'sol with at1
possible /
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t t .J I
; Elizabeth Terry. roomed with Mr. and Mrs.' Futch,
after the .y
morning service the 'regular'pianist". Miss Wal- .
Mrs. Joyce Futch was a bus! It was a real pleasure: to, :see lace":
ness visitor to Green Cove this lovely lady again. ,
Troy, Buster, and Gary Ben One of'the i most"'distant'visitors SWANSON '
Springs on Wednesday morning.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Enmham Frozen Grade 'A' Cornish Game I
nett returned to their work i in t o' view' the Feast of. Belshazzar k
Titusville While there she visited an'old and Mrs. Clarke of Jacksonville. ,
on Sunday after spending painting last Sunday was V. M.Seket'ee -
friend Mrs. C. C.: : Heat and Serve
Cressy; visited Mrs.L.
some time with their relatives Mr. and : P.,Rafuse who* 'is''studying' in -
Mrs. G. W. Durham and Pam OASTING'i'
'' and Joan on Sunday afternoon '
'here. Paris' "France and is
now visiting i
Strickalnd, of Jacksonville ,were :, 7
and them to Wood-
There will be a working at Wednesday luncheon guests ,of at Penney Farms. i .
lawn church in the
the Lawtey Cemetery on Satur Miss Elizabeth evening.Dade
Terry. Mrs. V. A. Andreu 'wnrt......
day. All interested parties Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Mrs. '

please_ come and bring"your tools] i'Sam" Hicks. -visited Mr. Hicks In Friday City spent with last Mr. and Thursday Mrs. Bry and .HAMPTOJ j .8hickens TVki Iflhi?

ant Reddish.' ,_ ,. : ,'
Mr... and Mrs. Burnell Wflker-. !, ***, ,.
z : 'I
,By ,tfn. p. E. imi : 'r 1: to mT ..
son and family of, Miami were or t r"f EA .

I 4mct ;; :!f9A z zUPE M Mr.weekend Danny and Mrs.guests Rowe' Walter of Markham'his Wilkerson.parents'' ,of, tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ends; Enrollment a High AAAAAAVBS : i Dressed) &_ ti,C tI 'Uk'I1c CC

Gainesville is spendng this week Vacation Bible School at If t tr
'A cool dip is nice with his grandparents, ,Mr. and Hampton Baptist Church closed Drawn

when you have time .but a ..:t Mrs.. Dan W. Starling. Thursday:' : last week with a ii EF a -
Mr. and Mrs: L. H, Harper and picnic t.Goldhead Branch State I/1 !" Lb
big dip of our ice cream
of Kingsley Lake were
+ family Park, .and with enrollment' at::.a Each ,. .
on a crispy cone is .. Thursday evening supper guestsof new high; .of 144 F Y e' r _
xg Mr. and Mrs: Carl Pr vatt. Top for the' school T'J
quick i refreshment anytimq, day 8-day
;They left Friday: morning for, a
had1151presentan,; : '
Good food-good for you!" ,vacation In,north 'Carolina.' c" the 'closing picnic1'Various; _

rfl t i,
t. sons and' }.fisS'" Esther' ;;-Rytlj commencement on Wednesday 1
Bennett of 7 Miami- were F
Sunday '
'evening '
prayermeetingj t :
!dinner guests of Mr,, and.: I re ,Mrs. ; "
,I It'sijood... ; C. L. Cooper super n- '
'" Harley,,,Higginbotham, Jn:...Baliwin. i'j,Njident; of, the school, :announce J \; ZONG tr, Y 'S
0 Jt's SUPERIOR; .' .' "*' that' fc&to r rn.
: daily offerings,; to be ,
TKose attending the 'blrthdadinner '
missionaries'Inflrancatneto: :J[ \
3EaUi REAM for Shad Thompson, $33.46; and the offering collected INn .
ICE J RICE'S ss-! 1 x -
r 11K)
which, was held at the home of at Wednesday's program 'tojf i: ,f! :l.f: f PACKAGE
Mr. and Mra: Howard Thompsonin .
used to defray expenses, w1ls 11' ,wl. l
All f oputor Flavors ./ Cones, Cops, Pints, FamilyGallons Jacksonville on Sunday, wereMrs. $21.58. : '

Dan W. Starling, ,Mr. and : Baptist, Revival Ibpkg .J', .OS A C
Mrs. I. 'B. Thompson"and i Continues't .r
son Revival ..ser '
Mr. and Mrs. H. T Markham Baptist:' Church will continue' \ H'l":

q Zll wI 'i 1 and family .of Gainesville, Mrs. nightly, through- Sunday>,> August rOUR :

tt w ANtE Edwin Starling and family, Mrs. 4., with Bill ComPti>?i'as Evangel- -,* '
$ ,Troy Bennett and son, Miss Fer- ist. '. *" 'iMr '

yell Jean Bradley Mn. and Mrs. ,The two-weeK"$; of meetings 'iJ '
I I Buster Bennett and Joey, Mr. began: last: Gn\iay epes evening,' ; FINEST QUALITY WHOLE Your Choice! Jane Parker Cake

l and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson, Mrs. with ,services; Beginning; each ,t
I Bennett Wilkersonand'; Mr. and .
.night at 8 p.;:m.
3 I_Mrs. Burnell, Wilkerson and Personals' I
I ,r amil of Miami. Mrs, Kenneth Russ spent several

.: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley days last week with her

and Willie GrilLs had as Tuesday sister, Mrs., E,- 'W.Hodges, ,in a DOnuts
guests the S. R. Griffis familyof Americus, Ga Rev. Orville ,

Palatka, and on Friday 'Mrs. Brookins and family, have been :' .fICO. .S :

Madeline Prevatt and childrenof vacationing with their daughter, .RC

StateFarm, and Mrs. LizziePrevatt Mrs. Hodges, in Americus Ga ,' I ....
of Jacksonville. and witht'his 'f r (PCa t r ,
mother -Mrs. WJ T. .J rFo r t q7r j\\ \ "
Mallie Prevatt of Jacksonville e irookins, in. Headland, Ala. Mrs. ,t
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brown 'Brookins returned to

and :Mrs<, Senie, Prevatt, 'Jast with them for a visit Hampton. 'j'his 29-0z c Golden C

1v2'.1 weekend weekfirs.. )E. W,. Hodges ;and ,2'1.6 4rt.! B0R ,I
Misses. Shirley .and LouiseMitchell sons of"Americusr. Gal are visiting : .' Sugared or 2.
I -
.' of Lebanon' Va. are i here.!, ,with,,,her parents, J i ,- na : .. CinnamonFresh of 12
visiting their bro erin-law and 'ur. ,
Cpl. William Ray Brookins ..:L\ :: -.1 I "
: sister, Mr. and .rrs: .:Milo Smith. MCAS,. 'Miami* [has .:been home- I : _' ..u r. y..

l Terry Futch, .of Starke was for a few, daYS,-visltwit.h his parents -

., the Sunday dinner guest, of haunt ,Mr,,and.Mrs. O,'DJ'Brook-( i "
Miss: Elizabeth ',Terry. ins. While here,=he'.also attended Fresh Red Ripe Utah- 1 Sweet Ripe Free Stone2'as

__ -_ Cii Mrs. Arnold'ValentI., whobeen has the; family .reunion of Wm i| .TV_ r ,
i visiting her ,mother< Mrs Brookins 'and ,:W.' H.' Killings. I

Ed Carter-.has, accepted a posi- ,worth in Headland, Ala<::1,:Mrs K.
lion in Jacksonville, and is stayIng E. ,Russ of Melbourne has qeen: .

with Mr. and Mrs. NickPope. visiting, her''parents, Rev' and
.Mrs.,.O., ,Brookins.' All attended .r
Rev. C. L. Tyler Sr.' of Jacksonville the family reunions in Alabama.

will fill the pulpit at the. Mr and Mrs, Ralph Pi ersall r

First Baptist Church on Wednesday are, the parents of daughter, r +v

t' R ,.. night and -pn- Sunday born: Saturday; July, 20,' at: Ala-' s w.f .
Everyone is cordially invited, to chua General; Hospital., }

attend. ,: --Miss Carolyn' Hendry of Jacksonville -
21 INCH CONSOLEr Mr. and Mrs. Charley 'Wat 11 is, visiting:her uncle and

r Alachua. ,called,, on Mrs. Joyce aunt,.,Mr." and Mrs.'Lester Slide I c
]' 21D7445U Futch and Miss Elizabeth Terryen ,at Hampton, Lake. <

Monday. The; 'Waleraamily rhirs.- Emma, IcElroy of Fl m- ,FOR

ALL CHANNELS '7 }and-, the" late :r.. ferry' : 'familywere ingtos j4s, visiting' in Hampton t k

good"JfrienfejFhejL. : ,_. *"- ,
Mr, vtlher! sister, Mrs. Nora 'Lay -
REGULAR$389 Terry was, in the corn ,shipping? g .Held,. this week.* 'f.

business In Alachua:' several Mr. and.-Aits.' Ted Rodda and .
......". years ago. ,
+ ?. r children of Palatka spent Sunday '
'" Co .' )dr. and Mrs. Clddia Perry and in .Hampton with, 'Mr.Mrs. Imd r ,;

daughter of Winfield Ala. have : Marvin Fade and:.,.daijghters Western Vine Ripe Garden Fresh Firm Red

moved Into Ihe.' Preston Greenhouse ,., ,Mr., Rodda was g escklaad .
fomr', Seri speaker' Sunday evening at I toe Firm Ripe Cuban Ripe

'TV ry1cAll place north "pf;;.Lawtey. on ffigh-i. Hampton Baptist Church. Also A lS

; way 301. nMr. visiting Sunday evening.,was Joe <

and Mrs. 'Dan Tylerchildren and Roup of ,Knoxville, 'Tenn. t QS TOMATOES

and :Mrs.. Odessa Bow Mr and'Af rs.,Asa r Cox.and son Large I

'Y ers of Hammond. ImL. spent last of Gainesville, were SwldaY.'FP-
} Work Guaranteed Free Estimates week 'with Dan" L parents: ''Mr, per guestsin Hampton with]I Mr .1L4M

and Mrs. ;W. A.. > 1 2ie
Tyler. I FqR j41ItOj
Fully-Equipped DePenDependable_ i Friends "of Mrs. John Bell twill r I EACH 29 9CI

All Makes' and Models'JSHEPHERD'S b'e grad to learn that she returned

home on Monday f ,Doc ... -
.. rom. r( ,
torn Hospital where she,has, beena :SOMME"PDt -
RADIO J. TV' patient for several days. .: ; : '
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Mrs. George-R; -strmmertin and_ '. ;, .> :
: .son, Joe, of Cedar: Keys' 'are vi3.- JIKr Prices'in-this-ad'effect- netts wwNS.n. osss w sis. 412 Call Street
IT. 'GREEN, '. iting' Mt:add Mrs.. Hubert Priest for 1 \live, through .- Saturday, r< I Stores _, ,, .*_. %

TV Radio- -- -Seat:Covers .-- Upholstering '}1, I and family :They were" alj business ,, ; "evmptom : ,: Jalp,27 :<_..:'-\ -: Starke, Florida .

Phone 239 Starke, 1i1+, I jvisitora>' ,to, Lak_e' CityMonday. .Q\ Iii :: '
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.LI.I.I..I..I.I.I.L..I.._.... The Baker: family reunion will Miss Merry 'Winkler of Jack- 'Mr.;" and Mrs. J. P.- DOT"were yy..y..y..y YYY.., Harold was with Mrs., Starling's 29th day of July. 1357:

i be held this Sunday at the Key- son, Miss 11 home on three visiting relatives In Jacksonville son Leo when he was killed in otherwise Complaint wU the allegations be taken as' of confessed said

stone Heights Beach. weeks vacation. over the weekend. PINE LEVEL Normandy during World War II. by you.
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williamsand Mrs. H. H. Adams and son of This notice shall bt >voblisatd
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodmanand
He, and his family have visited once each week for four eonaeeLtlveWeeks
Frances Landrum spent the Charleston S. C. were Sunday family were at Daytona Bin. 1L AL In the Bradford County TeH-
by alcllMlAAAAAAA.
points of interest in South Flori- '
weekend with ,Mrs. J. F. Rogers visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Beach, on Sunday. graph. :
in,, Jacksonville. McKinney.Mr. A .. da since this is their first trip Dated this 25th day of Jane, W7.
Archie Green and Bill Dayton (OFFICIAL dl AJ."I coarie: !. A.JJtrbf
ns N nrs and Mrs. John Manning to the' state. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Mrs. :
Mathewa and
Roy grandson Edward Murrhee and Miss Marge
spent. Tuesday in. Gainesville I By Marian 1* Crosby D-outy Clerk
Roy of Palatka spent last of Lake City have rented the with friends. I Crews of ,Milliards visited Ed Those who came together in 1.8.n. T/l1

0.l ............1.....'.1..1.................1..0 weekend with her daughter. Mrs. McKinney house on Water St ward's grandparents Rev. and memory of Leo were Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. Manning is the new Play- Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Johns I Mrs. E. Hall. and his aunt Harold Paul and son Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Smith was visiting his Billy Dowling and family at i ,
have moved. to 1541 So. Water
Donnie Patray was the over- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kingsley Lake. ground Director at Starke Ele- I Mrs. Vara Mitchell Saturday Joe S. Starling and family Mr. TGAs TOONiJ;

night guest Sunday of Mr. and mentary School replacing J. B. st. I night. Other visitors were Buddy and )Irs. Russell' Thomas and
T. Smith Lyons Ga. last week.
.In Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mathewsand
Mrs.. L J. Godbold and daughter Dick who has reenlisted in the Mxs._W. .H. Struth will return dough and ,Rev. Joseph Benton family W.. B. Starling and. iam- .
Mrs. Peter Darmon and son, Mr. and Mrs,Vernon Smucker B =
Suzanne in Lake City. Armed Services. _, home today from Riverside .,Boapits of Charleston. S. C., and Mr. fly Robert Starling and .family, -
Richard, of Detroit Mich., will leave for w. '
Mrs. H. ,L. McMillan of Columbia Sunday SpringfieldOhio Donna and Ted StUIey of Jack- ; !; where she baa been confined and Mrs.. Lamar. Clough of Gaines Mr. and. Mrs. Roman Alvarez BROWN
arrive for month'svisit cm.
Saturday' a to pick up the Mathews'daughter Mrs. Docia Green of Hem) n
Her 11,
sonville !la : week with the past ten days.-
S. C. is spending ten days with her parents, Mr and Cookie, who has been { ville.Little'Miss V. L. Starling and family of Law
Misses and daughter, :Mrs. Esther JohnsonofiPlant DuBose has returned '
with her brother-in-law and Mrs.. L., L. Conner and family.Mr. visiting Mr and Mrs. J. S. Hayward their aunts, IAddi& tey; Mr. and Mrs. Jack'SPenc ,
to her in
Baisden in' City, is visiting her ; Jacksonville
sister Mr. and Mrs.' Claude and Mrs. Rosa Saratago State' Mrs. William
:, Felix Uzzell and for the past two weeks. i Farm Mr. and
Heights. mother, and Misa Kate Struth. after spending last week. with her iiPER: = .
Crowson family of Starling Plant City Mr. and Mrs. .
Sebring are spendinga From there they will go sight I 4'
Mr. and Mrs. O. R.
grandparents SERVICE
Mrs. L. B. Dees of and Mrs. Richard Labine returned I .

Mr. and Mrs. Adair Robinsonand few days this week with Mr. seeing at Niagara Falls Canadaand I Alvarez. Grady' Nettles Warren Starling
I Miss Eleanor Dees..ofLlve, Oak Saturday: after six ,months con- I and family of Lake Butler Misses
and Mrs. Hogan Smith and fam- other of interest for '
Ala. points II '
of are
Anniston i
family I were weekend guests of Mr. and, finement in the W. T. Edwards I We are sorry to hear of the Eva, Doris and Lillian Steadleyof
In : two weeks. Enroute home they
vifJting Mr. and Mrs. C. R. : I '' illness
serious of Mrs.
Mrs. L. D. Green. Hospital in Tallahassee. Alonzo Alvarez Gibsonton, Mr. and. Mrs. 'Tn R.
to' Mr. and Mrs. H. E. will leave Cookie at the Major- I ;
Oakes from Wednesday Sun-, Bradleyand ,who has been the
'S;Sgt. and Mrs. Bob Long and ){rs. Effie Johns visited her I in hospital Boynton, Mrs. Lizzie McNeal, Mr. 1
family in Deland ette Camp Wesleyan College, :
were on I at Starke. for several days. Gladto
day.H. family of Columbus,, Ga. are niece,' Mrs. F. W. Webb in Hawthorne .- and Mid: Lonnie Davis, GaInes-
his Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. Macon Ga.. where she will spenda know that Guy Hall is doing
E. Bradley is spending spending this week at the Dowl- last Thursday. I vile Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams
vacation this week with his mother K. Gill. week. ing cottage on Kingsley Lake. George Baiaden of Jacksonville 'nicely after his illness at Cocoa. and family Melrose, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickeringhad Mrs. L. C. Smith and daugh- He js the son of Rev. and Mrs. W..
Mrs. Ollie Bradley and Mr. Padgett and son of Mid- t
Cot and Mrs., H. C. Wall and and Mrs.' F. W. Webb of Haw-
and Mrs. K. C. Scott in Lees- as Tuesday evening supper ter Beth have returned home family are visiting Mrs. Joe thorne were weekend guests of E. Hall. dleburg.
guests Mr. and Mrs. Lavern from three weeks visit with her i Dinner guests of Rev and Mrs. 3
burg. Wilson at Kingsley Lake this Mrs. Effie Johns:
Outlaw Mr. and Mrs. B. T. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I W. E. Hall and Mrs. Vara Mitchell "I.left the SWITCH ON so you
Several people from Mrs. W. C. Beck and '
week. daugh-
young Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hebert, and also with friends in ,Thursday of last week were Mr. NOTICE TO APPEAR could find ILT'
Starke are attending camps in 'I Sandi Myers of Jacksonville is ters of Hendersonville N. C. la Circuit Cart Bradford C iat7.
Hines of Branford. Pensacola.Mrs. and Mrs. G. R. Hall of Ft. Pierce Klorldai U Chaarerr.
various locations. Jackie Arnold this week with her spent two days last week with Helen I Paul
Mrs. Marlow and children spending and Mr., and Mrs. Morris Hall of George Plaintiff vs.
Morgan returned .
is at Camp of Good Counsel of Jacksonville Joy Woods baa grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. New Orleans La. George' Defendant. You'll get a kick out, of our
Tuesday Case
spent No. 10-224
Lake Tsala Apopka for two afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. to her home in Orlando after Junius Smith. Mr. and Mrs Joe Pizzo and Sorry to report that Mrs. Robert Katlce T. Appear eagerness to five GOOD SERVICE

weeks and Joalyce Graham is P. T. Nolin and family. Wednes- spending last week with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L E. Clark and family of Tampa spent the Myrick had to return to Baptist 'To: address Paul George is: whose Muncy residenceand Valley, !
at Camp Weed. Charlene Hardy day afternoon Mrs. Nolin, her Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. was daughters, Misses Margueriteand weekend, with their parents. Mr. Hospital in Jacksonville last Sat- Pennsylvania. '

and Sandra Craven left Tuesdayfor accompanied to Orlando by By- June Clark of Miami, visited and Mrs. Joe Martinez.Mr. urday.. You .r. hereby notified mat a
mother Mrs. Oma Cotton and suit for a divorce care, custody
the Baptist Music Cam"pat grandchildren, Patsy and Gary ron Newcomb and Randall Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark in and Mrs. H. L. Hunt, and 'Franklin Starling is spending and control of minor child GIB BROWNSERVICE

Harmony Bay Panama City. Helms, visited the Morgans on who are spending'A.this Russell week there.Nor- Jacksonville on Sunday. Mrs. Marie Wilson of Jacksonville this week at Lawtey with Douglas has above''been named.filed Court against and you cause I in and the 1,
and Mrs.
Barry Firth and Bill Jordan are Santa Fe Lake. Bob Smith, of FSU and classmate Beach, Miss Averil Huntof Thomas'at the home of his you are required to serv a copy ot I STATION

at Camp Immokolee near Keystone Mr. and Mrs Don Patray and man,left Sunday for ten Carolina days I Iva.cation Bill Irby of Wauchula, Sacramento, Calif., Mr. and uncle and aunt, Mr. and MrsJames complaint four answer the or Plaintiffs.plear'g Attorney to the.

Heights for two weeks. family visited the Jacksonville in the North spent the weekend with Bob's :Mrs.. Lowell Mathews and son, Wainwright Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida Standard Oil Products
mountains Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of Title Bid*... Jacksonville 2. Fla. .
Mrs. R. E. Mundorff has been S *
Mr. and Mrs. Junius Dennis and Miss Sandra Johns -
Zoo on Sunday.F. parents, I and file the original ia me office 01
the Goddard Electrical Jacksonville visited the H. M. 407 N.
confined ,to her bed, following a J. Pellum, who Is employed Attending Supply "Open House" in Smith. The, boys returned to of,Starke and Bruce Mathewa of McRaes recently. Sorry we were I"'fn the Clerk,,,,' thA of, the Circuit. Court oa or Temple Aye.
relapse last Thursday from a Music at FSU Gainesville were Sunday dinner J
in Orlando, spent the weekend Gainesville last Friday evening Camp on Monday. away and hope they will visit us
recent Dines here with his family.' :Mrs. L. S. Hu to.::Mrs. Carolyn guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Carl again soon. .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter -
:Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hipps Mrs. O. J. Edwards and son, were Redgrave and son, Wayne visited .- Mathews.. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and

and family of Ridgeland S. C. Jimmy of Atlanta are visitingMr. Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Robbie Inman Shaller.Green Mr.and 'Mrs' 'Brad Locke in Rev and Mrs. .Herman Collins family visited Mrs. Fender's //See actual l roud.test proof;/

are visiting Mr. and lira. A. S. and Mrs. Henry Godwin this Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bias and Jacksonville on Sunday.:' They of Wauchula_ ,< _were .:weekend brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Harrison this week. week. brought back with them Frankle guests of the Lawson familiesand :Mrs. J. Van Dyke of Tampa; also

Mr. and Mrs. George Bolden Mr. and Mrs. Ray P.' Taylorand Dan Weeks. Hutto for a week's visit. 'Rev. Collins, occupied the :Mr. Fender's mother Mrs. J. P.
and Mrs. Benedict Finer ,
and family of Tallahassee spent family were in Thomasville Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark and Madison Street Baptist church Smith, and his brother Wm. F. DODGE TRUCKS

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ga. last i. week visiting relatives. Jr. and son Chris visited Story- daughter. Miss June Clark of pulpit on Sunday.Mr. Fender and family of Orlando. On most

X. M. Smith. They brought back Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rabb, Jr. land in Jacksonville on Sunday. Miami left Tuesday for a week's and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof their way home they visited in

Mike Smith who had spent last and family were vacationing list Mrs. Louise Kite spent the visit with Mr. and Mrs. Connie Lakeland were visiting Mr. Daytona Beach. IG

weekend with Mr. fend Mrs. Clark at Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson the :Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman of '
week with them. week at Fernandina Beach. Munsle over of' 3
Ralph Collins in Pelham Ga. and Mrs. Ulray Clark at Agusta weekend.Mr. Starke and granddaughter Carol powerful low-priced

.- Mr.; and Mrs. R. F. Prather Ga.Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez McKinsey of Savannah, Ga., were
I and daughter Sandra returnedto Thursday guests of the A. J. Fen- 1
.' and Mrs. Reed McRae of were in Tampa last weekend
their home in Jennings La.
of Tampa are visiting Mrs. Paul visiting Mr. and Mrs Jack Ro- ders.Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Fender and
after a month's visit with Mr.
Bridges and Mr. and :Mrs. M. J. berts and new baby and Mrs.
children visited Mrs. Fender's
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle.
CONFIDENTIALLY. McRae and other relatives here Lena Gonzalez aunt,. Mrs. Alice Batten at ,Penney .
Mrs. J. H. Fields of Starke .
this week. Jack Clardy of Apopka spent : Farms, and' her brotherinlaw -
Mrs. D. T. Stroud of Jacksonvilleand .
1 I .,, : ::fj' : : : I'' .':." ,.":,. .; Mrs. .Grace Pearce, and son, Peggy, Bobby :Joan and Jerry Thursday. Monday with 'hiS ;and sister' ,' Mr. and Mrs.' :, E, ;I 1

I '''''' ," .' ..;, .... 1 Vernon of .Plant. City 'spent the Crenshaw of Ocala are visiting sister;, Mrs Sarah Hunter: Thornton' of Kingsley. ,Lake' -' last,
: Mr. and 'Mrs., :James L. Chitty Mr. and Mrs.. Lewis Flanna Sunday afternoon. ..
weekend at Lake ,Panasoffkee.Mrs. '
this, week. ,i gin, Mike Wren and Lafayette Family'' Reunion
.. A. Russell Norman was Mr and Mra Herbert, Green Flannagan of Fort Lauderdale 'A' family 'reunion was enjoyedat

IT'S YOURS visiting her sister Mrs. D: 'N. and family -\< visited Daytona were Sunday visitors of Mr. and the home of Mrs. Alma Starling "
Denmark in 'Jacksonville last tau
last Sunday in honor of her house
Beach and Marineland. > .on Sunday .- Mrs, Tyler: Jones. .
Friday. tASK guests, Mr. and Mrs. :Harold C. I- 0
.. : > Mr.. and Mrs. W. P. Mooty'ot I
Paul'' ,and son'of: Massachusetts. .. / ,. ., ;, .
Dr. and Mrs. A.. :Y. Covington I Miami were Tuesday visitors of .. I ... y. ,<.+>; Wfi... ;',' ;'">v" oj;nj"(" J t!: ;>.:"t., : .. : I
I and Mr.'and Mrs. ,,. ':; ; 7"w. t. ac' vf.rt;' '. IjjriJ
3600 son Irvan; have returned; ., Harry 'Mopty. ;* : "f1J" .
LOANS UP TO ; 1fi Jf jt ? #t t-ft'at f',41tVOV'U $
vacation In \ KY. M., zerl1 ?t
from Palucajq; : Mra. F. H is in AUan- *?- ; t f's.t: where they were 'visiting\(\ '. ellives. ,{ t ta, Ga.) 'visiting Mlsgt,':and Mrs. .it;; J: ;.-.A"flt,. l, v :,>,""4'L. ? i .l" .. i ,
r y if\1,1,! ; i 'W. El: Plummer for ten., days. Jl0RIDATH.fA : .r ; ;ft i1ii'll"/, *f';;...i,".1-....';'."".1'. 'k51 : ',,'. ''Cx'v 4 uvldt :?,.z't. I
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'Mr. :;ioGrswlc : :;ww- ':". .rA spw"":feqopcs .1
visiting and
Anita Alvarez. Is her, I Mrs. Ted Wyre of Mi
LOCAL :FINANCE .'COMPANY uncle and 'auat; Mr. and Mrs.- I amll were'visiting Mr and'Mrs.. Dodge'matches reserve power against truck' "C"' ; l

Fred Francis ft. Fort Myers ,for Tyler,.Jones .for a few..'.days last and truck "F" in this test for safer passing ability; '
; threet.are.'comnarabIY'iequip' and loaded I
'several weeks. week. All ; ,
.' ,. lRE with 1000 lbs A skilled test'driver ia behind eajh.
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114 'N. Walnut'St'' .. Phones 580 and 581 Leann and Linda Mldkiff of Mr and, Mrs. Luther Shanbar- 'i
wheel Here's the flag, they're off!
Knoxville Tenn. are visiting[ ger and children, Nancy and ..... I
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j :vrda their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Dale of Pinewood ;{ ).f' :
606 Drive. BIG/ DOUBLE FEATURE' ,.E ." <#;.1. bs ....; '1li
Mrs., C. W. Bias for ten &ys. have sold their home and are I ;I Ie

"Folks( Find Us Friendly"PHILCO'S Mrs. Anna Bell Devlin left. moving 'to Stewarttown, Pa. SAT., JULY, 27ONLY II I

Monday for San Francisco C 11f. Dr. Calvin J. Houpt was ,

where she will visit relatives, among the '2,000 osteopathic o ROGERS TRIGGER

then to Dandon Ore. to visit her physicians and guests attendingthe .

parents Mr. and Mrs. Ervin 61st annual convention of

Jacobs, and then on to Portland the American Osteopathic Asso-!
Ore. where she has accepted'' a fciation in Dallas Texas July 15-

about this question: teaching position.Mr. DALE

and Mrs. Spike Christianof CVANS"a" *KIM !

Charleston, W. Va. were Sun- 1..T......... .........
BEAUTIFUL"MISS As I look back of
over years day visitors of Mr.. end Mrs. C. AND

picnicking, it has been fun, W. Bias. HIGHLAND I I

but hazardous too a bad 'Mrs. B. A. Pope and children, THe i ii
1t' i
AMERICA"CUSTON burn from an outdoor grill, will return Sunday. to their homein By Mr. Lacy North OP 1

a broken arm from baseball, Norfolk Va. after spendingthe I
past month with Mrs. Pope'smother .&. A 'r.
a near-drowning. Would personal DRAWS ,
Accident Insurance pay ....... tt t-: '
Kingsley Lake., O. ,W. Marr of Mims was visit
iaamws Dpdgejtakes lead and
the medical costs all such ? 1 PCME c anearly at 30 m.p.h. is 4
on and Mrs. of Ing' friends and relatives "
Mr.' R. H. Boree here widening the gap. Truck C" and truck"F", are .
picnic injuries.Charley Jacksonville and Stanley Bennettof Saturday afternoon, with' D.. 'L. Plus "Design on. Jerry" Car- 1 straining-to. deliver their peak performance. But '

Star e spent the weekend 'n Rigsby of Starke:: toon and Chapter No. 10 that Dodge 204-hp. V-8 keeps gaining easily,Its

Macon Ga. They brought back Mr: and Mrs.. Kirby Stringerand ,"Congo Bill" added power means less wear, fewer repairs,, too.

E Johns&SOllAgellcy with them Mrs. *G. H. Bennett children of"Miami returned

1 tl x. M ''I and gr granddaughter Iris Lynn home Saturday after spending SUN., MON., TUES.,, '?'t""U: ," ----, '

E' cL. 9L I, Boree who had spent the, past several days here. with Miss July 28, 29, 30I F J

,: ten days' in Unadilla and Macon. Maggie Crews. Mrs. Stringeris _
4w C N\
.y 0 Mrs. Alvin Howard will return remembered here as Miss
9 M11 \ .e. L Kathleen Hardee.Mr. .
isfii >> home today after two months a

visit with her parents Mr. and .'and Mrs. Earl Padgett are

D Phone 13 Starke, Fla. Mrs Tommie Hodge in St. Ives, the proud' parents of a little g y ,

5 b Cornwall England. daughter' born.July 19 in Bradford x i i,

County Hospital. 1

: E Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanand

,. son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles .
t Mosley all of Jacksonville ,

8 '_ IL spent. the weekend here with the I ;"t gis
L 0
S ARKEBUILDERS/ SE L. M. Normans.: M kuxs

o ? Bud Wilkinson. and Lacey and PI.us."Crystalby CartoonWED.

Larry Norman went to l take

J SUPPLIES some cows to"'the: livestock market ., THURS., FRIDAY
,. '
.in, Gainesville Monday. July 31, Aug., 1, 2

o o 45 333 Those from here attending the

r Sunday School meeting at Pick In just one quarter mile Dodge is five lengths

Rich Mahogany Cabinet with distinctiveGold ettvflle Baptist Church Thursdayof ahead of truck "C", seven lengths out,front of
"F" 'And this is but of complete series
last week were our pastor.Bra. sl truck one a
and Copper Accents. Television's first s .
that the
.George Chasm Mr. of actual road tests prove Dodge outstanding --
and Mrs.
3speaker'idediffusion sound system. i value of the low-priced threew*
Albert ,Norman and children .
Just come in and see this new 1958 line. 15 GOOD FLOORS CAN GIVE ; i Ellen Norman, Mr. and Mnv C.M. THE ,

beautiful models to choose, from. We can' .Griffts and daughter ( :
Geraldine truck dealer has'pQfthot
A 't Your.Dodge !
give you up to $110 for your old set as YOUR/ HOME A LOOK* Doris Pendanris, and : 1. .

trade-In. f Edward Chlsm. Dodge leads in many ways. Come in. .

AS PRETTYAS Bobby Austin attended the ::1JME1? .
g y 1 see other certified test-photo sequences. .
SEE YOUR PHILCO DEALER .A PICTURE BOO1 jb WJ1fi. swimming at Kingsley Lake laM i aw. ,
Saturday afternoon with a. party } '.J : and take a demonstration ride. I,
tfven S i .
by his Sunday School a

teacher Winfred Wilkinson. Refreshments Plus "Mister Money Gags"

CJ. NASWORTHY were served and all Cartoon ODG
enjoYed ''the outinjr.

Bro. Winfred Wilkinson will ,
N OW. '. .
General Supplies Breach for us Sunday' momlnsr., You can buy a 25c box of the rGlants

July 28. taking our pastor's I finest Popcorn to take home JIOW

300 E. Call St. Phone 198 j-i place while he is away at Ridge, at our ,Modem Concession .

Crest. Come and bring someone stand.: Wewelcome you! ,
with you. Sunday School starts MOST POWER OF THE lOW-WKtD. 3

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l '.' Civil And Religious Wedding Ceremonies Russell McRaes Feted I J Lawtey Man To Wed I II a copy thereof upon Plaintiffs At- August. 1957. .

t torney Samuel Y. Holch. 40S-A (COURT SEAL
du Unite Ena Maria Alvarez, William Hayes On 34th Anniversary I California GirlY I II II IJ It Main Street, Daytona Beach Flors- A. Darby

ida. not later than 12th day of Clerk Circuit ..Co'rt.July ,
lif.l Linda McRae entertain-t I I 12, U, 26 Aug. !. 1957.! Starke. Florida.

tamed at 'a family gathering w |Ida, not later than nth da rot July 12 19, 26, Aug: I. 9, 1957.

) Mcnday evening honoring her' I

parents, Mr, and Mrs. Russell I
Gladys McRae: who celebratingtheir
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.r L '_' 6' ; =:.4 ,. 34th wedding anniversary.Seventeen I Miss Judy of Steinhatcfeee

r! Prevatt-Strickland I Iit Sistrunks Honored 'family enjoyed members this delightful of the Y i

With Buffet SupperSt. occasion.: DEEP SEA FISHING CHARTER BOAT-

Mark's Parish ,house on '*' :k V.....V V VTtintVV V w V
With Fathometer and Telephone
Ship-to-Shore Radio
Church street was the scene of
a lovely buffet supper, Thursday

evening of last week honoringMr. AND NEW RIVER NEW BOAT- 50 FT., LENGTH

and Mrs.. Joe Sistrunk and

given by members of St Mark's Bin.\ E. A. Sapp '. EQUIPPED WITH DIESEL ENGINE

Episcopal church.' tiI \ ,
The buffet table was lovely f i. F CAPT. J. E. STEWART

with a satin damask cloth, .
cen- was well attended Q-
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tered with a ,five-branch antique ,:'---1 k at New laver Baptist Church .., '. ,. CALL HY-8-3598, CROSS CITY FLA
silver candelabrum with : .
burningpLik .I ," '
last S Ddar. There was a large tJ:
4 tapers and centered with ,.
y ; "t;
L 3. 4 I. crowd and a table full of good ] 1- ",
a pktyz .
an epergnette holding pink roses. ;:
things to eat'' at the noon hour. ...
All ,
the appointments on the '." l
The church observed its 124th
table were of silver. The honorees' ,oil. ..' : ..- -
anniversary at this time. New I i
: table was decorated with ,. .
i ,
a .- '.. River is the second oldest Bap- The engagement of :Miss "M'lr.
bowr. of pink illusion valley lil- .'. WATCHESWATCHESWATCHESLadies \ \
tist Church in the state. Three
gie Keas of Sacramento Calif.
lies and pods of pink grapes.. '' ,
it : ft. ;, members were present Sundaywho to Vernon
., ?' .' Teston of Lawtey
The mantel in the parish r; 7i'_ : -
.' have been members for 50
t i I has been announced. Miss Keasis
house was a point of interest '1\ -
; ':, 1' ; _,"fit1.1 !. years-Aunt Rosa Pinholster the daughter of C. E. Keas of
Mia? Jacqueline Edna Prevatt with a beautiful fan-shaped ar- r F ., __: ': \; ''-.r.",'!':"P' 'and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards.Mr. I Sherman Oaks and the late Mrs. !{ff-
I daughter of Mrs. C.' R. Prevatt rangement of pink gladioli. ." .. : BULOVAS
?, ; :; : ,:. and Mrs. Joe Ler.'ie For- Florence Keas She
r ,. .. I graduated\
.of Starke, and Merrill Townsend Mr. and :Mrs. ..Sistrunx were r ., ;;.p\ :, ,"' ., .;..",''" ,' .f. syth announce the birth of a I from Portola High School and rjl'
t presented with a lovely silver ; ; ; : ..... daughter, Dovey Elizabeth on From
Strickland, son, of Mr. and Mrs. .. ". !' College of Sequoias in Visalia \
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:' vegetable' dish from the membersof July 14 in Lake Butler.hospital. Calif: .
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Clayton C. Strickland of Kings- ;; .. { '< .- % J" .
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the parish :'as a memento of .; Little Leonard Cook' of Jacksonville .
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ley Lake married Satur: -., :'1)ti ...i. ''' Mr. Teston is the son of Mr.and 29.75
,: !
were the occasion. .
.. spending this week
.. n .
,r: .(1i..;> :" ....... ,, Mrs. L.. G. Teston of Law-
,} ,day July 20, at Nahunta, Ga. ,- .I i. .. .... ....,.:..oP: with his cousin, Jimmy Laven- _
.:. ?!.<,tii. ?....... ''fl !ru der.: tey. He graduated .from Brad- Fay
Mr. Gretchen .. ,
They were accompanied by Kokomoor -"", ,,-,:: ford High School in the class of

and Mrs. W. E. Henderson, Mr. bfrs:: 'Emily Moody, Mrs. Min- 1954 and .is at present stationed ;
-. ",.. Feted On BirthdayMrs. Ena Maria Alvarez, daughter'of j tha Jo. Deas, who ''wore dresses I BULOVAS
and Mrs. Jim S eple, Miss Sr., and Sra.. Jose Antonio **" i nie Granger, and Mrs. Vonda An with the Air Force at. Boron 1Jien1s
identical to, that of their mother., derson visited Mr. and.Mrs.. AFS in California. .
Donald -
Sandra Strickland and L. M. Kokomoor enter- Alvarez of Havana Cuba and
Norman. tained at a birthday party Tuesday William Enos 'Hayes son of Mr. the honor attendant. Loony. -Sapp in Raiford. Sunday NOTICE OP TEVTIO\ ; From

1 The bride graduated from afternoon, for her daughter, and Mrs. E. W. Hayes' of Starke; The .bride's moths_ i wore a afternoon.. I ITO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ,

Bradford Gretchen who was celebratingher were wed on Saturday; -June '29. royal, blue lace, and the bride >Mr..,.and M rs.. George Werre I undersigned<'e is hereby under given the provisions that the B wi'r 35.75
School In the
third anniversary. at 5 o'clock in the' afternoon. groom's mother; whq Accordingto of Columbus, Ga. 'were visitorsof ;,of Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida.
class of 1957 and is employed at Air. Acts of 1941, will register with the
Among the 22 little guests The religious ceremony was performed Cuban customparticipated in and Mrs. Fernei Moody Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
a Jacksonville, Fla. autmobile helping Gretchen to celebratethe in the- Church of Saint the nuptials, wore a formal pink last Friday and Saturday and for Bradford County, Florida upon : '
Agency. Mr. Strickland graduated receipt of proof of publication of
occasion! were her cousins Miramar in crepe. left for a visit with their
Rita Havana. this notice, the fictitious name of
from BHS in 1955 and is employed daughter, Mrs. Carol Shepherd Radio & Television Waterproof Automatic
Bob Brill and Frankie Kokomoor The best man in both weddingsand Dukes, in under
with the National Guardat The couple had previously! ex- Jacksonville.Mr. which I am engaged in business at
Camp Blanding. of Gainesville and also Mrs. E. changed vows on Tuesday, June first witness for the, bride 226 W. Call St. Starke Florida. 4 ,
M. Zimmerman Inman D. Green, Raiford Road, 59.50Gent's
and daughter, and Mrs.. Delbert Green of BULOVA
25, in a civil ceremony performed groom was E. Raymond Mossof Starke Fla., sole owner. -
-'. Katharine of Gainesville. at 8 o'clock in the evening by Miami Shores. Other fraternity Heilbronn and Mr. and Mrs. I Dated this 26th day of July,A.D.
1957. at Starke, Bradford
fa NOTICE..! TO APPEAR Judge William Herin at the witnesses were Rep. J. B. John Roberts of Keystone were Florida. County. WaterproofAutomatic
Clrrvtt C rt. Bradford C*arq,
!'lend., iw n.'fT- Recent Births Ancient Spanish Monastery in Hopkins of Penaacola, and Richard Sunday visitors of the James 7/26 4t /16
I I > ,Lesale M. Norman, Plaintiff vs. Miami. A Davidson Additional Lavenders.. 49.50
:, 'Jam Earl Norman. Jr. Defendant. cocktail party follow. of Miami. la The Clrrult Court, Eighth BULOVA -
.T':'.:: :;. Case No. .- : Mr. and Mrs. Don Cornell of ed the wedding witnesses were General 11 Mrs. Mabel Sapp and sister, Judicial Clrrnt of Florda, la and
: "_. 5bf89911110n For Bradford County. In Chancery.
%V-tie. t.
:;: Q: James'Appear Earl Norman Jr ,, Ohio announce they For the, civil ceremony .the Anton Lorenzen George' Earl Mrs. Nora Sapp of Brooker visited \0. 10-224: ::. And Up

:;, :w'hoae, residence and' address Is: 14Ella birth I of,; a daughterLaurie, Elizabeth : lovely brunette" bride,. .wore .a Brown, Russell: J.. St. Clair, last .week with their sister BARBARA Plaintiff.GEBHARD. )

<\...-.: JYou South, are ,hereby Street notified Jackson.that Ohio... ; on July 22. Mrs. Cornell ballerina. gown 1'of pjea'ted'1 lulled, Thomas B. Duff,'Prank";' :**, vFasufa Mrs. Pearl Baker,' in Birmingham vs. )) GEMJEWELRY

f; ,*5 ttlt for Wvorct. CUstodY' and is the granddaughter: :of Mrs.. W.: and lace. .Sh: 'carried :> dainty Joseph' A. -Jackson-;:all of-Miami Ala. PVROX D. ED'VARD'GEBHAI : )
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Control :
j';.boa, beet of filed Minor against Child/you Alimony in the,'' H. Struth, .and/'a forpier'Lawteyresident. ; nosegay of. ..lilies-of-the valley 'Carr f' AV'Muccfa: 'of New" Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold' Shiver Defendant )

I *' H!ErQ1l'ab.oT named Court, and ,rcaust.' and : the ,.bridegroom's, ,.pi ,Kappa. York' ; City;' 'indvJohn:;H, Deas. and ,sons of Gainesville spent :- BYROX NOTICE EDWARD TO DEFENDTO GERHARD, '
are required ;
.. to ierv copy Mr., and .Mrs. Drew Reddishare : The Authorized Biilova Dealer .
Lake City.s's .i..i.Ufter'ihe weekend 2215 Bridge Ave; Cleveland; Ohio.
.or. last '
your:answer pltadlnf' to tile Alpha fraternity .flower., with. Mrs, Nan You ,
I aexk eotnpUlnt on. the Plaintiff' *,'JLttor. **. the parents of a sun: Thomas Mrs.; John, H..".Deas .of lake Xt12 ml.Bedding"1 ( the"i :'Merrite The,, boys; Billie and suit for are divorce herebynotified.. aa been hat filed a ..?, .i'1V! ;: ERVICE WHAT' WE SELL"

f ,1.';W.an"C.lWinters.'' Jn.: 319''-Florida* ){ Mien, born July; irjjat: St. Vincent's City,. sister of 'the,, bridegroom, bride and'' -bride robm,: their pa. Richard, are staying over forof a cause against and you' in' the above entitled Phone 170 '. Starke Fla.
; you are hereby required
'i Title.,BaUdln Che original!', Jacksonville, Fla. hospital,; was the bride's. only. attendant rents.Wand. a rafge irt;?Aety1rlelids week with their grandmother. 'to' file your answer with the
the .Clerk, of the Circuit the Court office on of Bradford' County Hospital announces j Jnl.he MjamJ( .ceremony.. Her baljtnaTliHigiKl _and guesfcs; ,:sailed jq'ri the I i_ Clerk of this Court! and, to. serve ,.

1957 or .before' the. 29th of July the following births.:::J. ": l !, .dxes;slia:l <; Xof; pale S' S.' Florida1; r.* aM '*fit. -J -
; otherwise the allegation of Mr. and Mrs Kiie. it. ... ... ,.. --
aid Complaint'will be. taken 'ai'' : Perry blue tulle. ,. !thejj'aere'eitr'taitleii\ Rit iue f It _,, :,. "' r .or", '"+ "ar '.'.' l ; :: : ,. ,
: confessed,This notice by you.shall be published of Starke, a daughter Deborah 'For .the .Havana :wedding ;the Viral a1 ,'..&l ',valJ!>us.'P es;:)In- 1 It- : .
once each week for four consecu July 17. bride ..wor tan j original design eluding 'dinner, 'and thej .fjeor} '
r tive weeks in the Bradford .Count.r Mr._ and Mrs., Earl Padgett1,;of ? .. I II aF.1tive? !
Telegraph.' created by Sra. Isabel .Quilez Tropicana and. : j Paelladinn ri rTHERE
J J Dated.thl. 25th:da, of,June 1557. Lawtey; a', daughter. )'; Patty Darlene of the French Salon of j I ,' r'wis'" enjoyed) -;:- :[ ,tt". /the Hey c Girls! '
(OFFICIAL. PEAL) Charles A. Darby July, ,,22.. -' 1'
; Clerk of the Circuit Co.n El' Encanto. ''The! gown was o i.t show at 'the 'w rld-famo s' Cas" .
Mr. and, Mrs
i By'Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk6J8 Leroy Raulerson pique and tucked organdy with ino Espanol de la Playa Yacht
? ,Jt 7/13 of: Starke a son, James ;-Andfeu,, :'' the.7 -
__ July 20.: a flowing train.The elusion tillle Club 'where| 'bride's". .'parents. :

I dress-length veil trailed .from a have,. .membership. ,; 1 4'. ---s
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ricks : .
of > t q
'..-I Queenstyle Christain'' ,Pior 'head Following the Havana' "; .,
! ti. D A R Ie J Starke, a son, July 23. piece of natural orange' 'blos moray;. a' 'reception it, was fieid.cere-'at, IS' A -_

\ MATaSTARKE soms. She wore heirloom Diamond? the Casino 'EFaanol'de, la,Habana I 1 rflJ LW1F1

ff FLA.' earrings and broach, which for where the bride and bridegroom .
I generations have teen presented cut the traditional :wedding cake :t. K xY

ITS A FACT to each bride in the family on and received many champagne $
i SUN., MON., TUES. her wedding day toasts, accompanied by the

;'.. JULY 28, 29, 30 r Mrs. Deas waa' also matron of strolling violins of Mons igneur.

f' DOUBLE FEATURE honor in ,Havana and wore a After a wedding throughthe
p f The Bachelor Party light blue formal pique dress Carribean, the couple will

:-.;. ; 'j With Don Murray fashioned witha contrastingblue maintain residences in Surfside
,' e EASIZ.. to bodice of organdy. Junior Miami Beach FREDRESS
i; ANDRAWHIDE m ar B J -v and in Miramar,,
t bridesmaids were Sue and Mar- Havana.

?".,With Tyrone Power and Susan wag It ISN'T SAYS? Methodist Church while job that will make them

i.- Hayward '.,
J. self-supporting; ,
i Plus Color Cartoon Sets '
&, .*. .. I Bible School The speaker_ 4.stated*..** that .in .-,

Biblical times children who were
WED., THURS. NY At .a special meeting last Monday born
July 31 "or handicappedwere
August 1 ,. final arrangements were
1 l DOUBLE FEATURE often bundled 'and left
made for the greatest Bible School up
N i r1ui ,
k i-- .: Foreign Intrigue ever, held in the First. Methodist in the woods to '"bel .devoured by

t: .. With Robert Mitchum Use your car carefully Church. wild animals. Now.civilization.

: : AND Treat It better. You'll keep Mrs. Beecher Payne, general has advanced to the stage where

i 3 Brave Men your car young, through proper dates superintendent for the',school reports are that August the. J it Is recognized' that handicapped

; With Ernest Borgnine and Ray adjustments and service. Bumper 5-9, from 9 till 11 a.m. i persons can" perform a

'. o- JUILmd to bumper sen ice.' The following teacher appointments worthwhile service to. society,
> .
1 ":' Plus Cartoon .> were also announced: Nursery
...., as well as becoming self-support?
1' f An electric fan does not coola Miss ,Kate Struth superin-

.(' FRL. SAT. room. The temperature of tendent, and Mrs. Shirley Johns. The speaker was Introducedby T-
.' 2, 3 Kindergarten, Mrs.. Clyde Sinclair A. L. Crosby Jr. who had \ui-'
.- DOUBLE FEATURE a room Is actually Increased by superintendent Mrs. :,,. / xT
Ovid Lewis, charge of the
:.. Heaven, Knows: setting the air In rapid motion. and Mrs. Jack Trawick. Primary, program. s

: However, each. puff of air absorbs Mrs. Cynthia Gruis superintend. GET I FOR YOU AT"I
Mr. SET for
Allison your vacation
heat and moisture thus ent, ,Mrs. George Huggins and c ; I
S. COLOR BY DELUXE Mrs. Robert Mullins. Junior Mrs. with a Movie Camera from Bull-
a cooling effect.
.With Deborah Kerr and Robert Nelson Green superintendent, .and Ington's. For sale' or rent (tf) I i

r >* Mltrhum CARETDN CHASTAIX Mrs.. Wayne Haines. Instructorsin i t _

AND all departments tor,music: Mrs.
GAS. L. J. Green, Miss Mara Payne. Art Ii

.., Jib Cavalry instructor, Mrs. Norma Thomp-

: .With' "" _Randolph Scott and Barbara TlLLEY'fSINCLAIR son.Mike Goldwire'will be in charge f Barksdale'st
HalePlus of refreshments and
"- custodian of
Serial Chap. 14 and Color STATION equipment.The FLORIST
,. Cartoon 4i 98? TEMPLE tot. t sir young people of the church
/*> 480r and those not associated with 'an

. I other. church are Invited ''to take PHONE 218

part in this_ fine program- I t ,


4 BUY With HandicappedVocational rehabilitation work FLOWERSFor AD Occasions: I ANY. DEPARTMENT, STORE AS FAR AS WE KNOW e e e

I. i LOW COST LIABILITY* INSURANCE with subject handicapped of an persons educational wasthe I, DISH GARDENS;

: film shown Wednesday at the POTTED PLANTS

!'k.*'' j. .-Nb Membership Fee 6 Mo. Policies counselor Rotary Club with by the Ed Gainesville Stewart POTTERYFlowers COME IN TODAY"FOR PARTICULARS ;: .

office of the State Rehabilitation n : ........

f I::' I DOYLE Commission.The film described how handi Wired c.-
f E. CONNER AGENCY capped persons are taken in VALUEUPTO$199Brtaiite $ $ : ,

136 W. Call Street I hand by the commission and are St.

Phone' 285. ,J rehabilitated? 'physically until they.are :, ,. .., .... t I
able -= t. J'f f ,-f. .j; ...p;;. _,_". .;;.'.: ,
to i
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FRIDAY. JULY "6. 1537By

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VVVVyvYvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyV- qL Mrs. Huntley Redfearn. and bat been"filed:-against*yon1n-lht feetnidbenrt'nrave to the J I moned ordered and '
-_ required to file of minor child By Marian I Crosby Deputy Clerk
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p 'disposition!! jtf ..
Mrs. Alfred'B. Watsonafld1rS bov.zameCour1an&pauae: ,aoi! ,: L2rttc:, .chorddiftajjce tjof:-six-; ''.JQUI"w.UtflrAnswer-or: efenshi ....pfoperlyr" '--*" T vvr 7/11418/2

K EJsT: ''Nf'f'6l1Iif: ; }:S:1: :A-. W Beck- iV'JauntVington :Wash-- yon fonrV aje nwW required for,tu.aeryo pltmdlnr a.tQ.copy;tii tot /hundred\e hundrtdUis(676,45)'seventy-six' and forty-, tee(* to the the office complaint'of,the undersigned in said! cause Clerk in has, .,be.erL; filed a aInst' ,you xla theabove .., '- _:_ -.

: ; D.. :C.,. are "Keystone complaint m- the Pia1nhifrAttorny. to -an, iron stake .said chord of said Court at Starke,' Florida. named Court and cause and IB Clrratt Court, Bradford CoBBtyi
... William D. Morgan, ,507 Clark having-- bearing ''of South on or before the 26th day of you are required to serve a copy of Florida In CkaBeery. -
Mrs.'J: Russell. Young :" 3421 Heights visitors, guests of ,Mr.antr BuIlding;. Jacllspnville] .2, Tlaj Xtghty.-one-!( degrees thirty fleet 1957, and to serve 'a Aug- your answer or pleading to the Kathryn P. Tompkins. Plaintiff vs.
'; PhonejKeystone copy
and file the original in the--offle (SO) minutes and thirtyfourXil thereof complaint on the, Plaintiffa Jimmy N. TornphlBs, Defendant .'
on A. J. Thomas, Jr.
1 Mrs. Redfearn. plaintiffs
:: Huntley -
of the Clerk of, he .Circuit Court 01 )_s ; )nd.'i.Eaiit.; .run thence .-attorney,. whose Attorney 'Gerald R. Hart 301 Case No. 10-2261
AAAA........LA A LALA ALA LA.A ALA ALA AAAAA AAAA ALA AL ALa During their 'stay here they (will J or before the- m North-six. (6) degrees, twelve >,,!_,Aj! Temple Avenue' address, Starke Is Smith Building. Jacksonville 2, )rder of Pa Ut'.tle. aid Notice to

be Mrs. Egger's da IJJdSy: of AngusU19S7r ** (12) minutes and fifty (50) sec-' Florida, 'on.or before said date, Florida Appears State of Florida Toi
Miss Gloria Carol Vickers r McRae Home .Demonstration joined by gh; otherwise the allegations if sail ends West'' ,a distance of Two *_......ii uy the Laws of Florida and file the original In tne office of Jimmy N. Tompkins. whose residence -
ter :and granddaughter Mri Complaint hundred'seven and forty-three and Florida the Crerk nf the is Charlotte, N. C.; and whose
Weds Michael' Club who attended of the : will be, taken .as. coufes the Rules of Civil Pro- Circuit Court ODor
S. Red/
arn some .d hundredths (207.43) feet to an cedure. before 12 address is: Rt 1, Box 816, Charlotte -
by If. the
H. S. Wright and '.Mrs. B C. you. : you fail so' to do, a decree day of August .
The mari -age of Miss Gloria spec 8.1lectures of the State .,Thl.notlc* .. sh&lh, be putUaneo Iron atake; r\lB./thence Southigbtythree(83) 'pro confesso 'will be entered 1957;* vtnerwise the allegation 01 N. C.
; Home Demonstration Council Harris of Live Oak;' once each week for four consectftlv ( degrees forty- against, you for the relief demanded said Compaint will be .taken, aie You are required to appear on
Carol Vkkers: of Melrose and .Mrs. W. D. Andrewsen, whowith' weeks mrtho BRADFORD COUNT! ieven (47) minutes and ten .(10) in .the complaint. 8 eased by you. -- August 12. 1957 In the above
Michael Stephen Redfearn of and Short Course which was held 0 PLEORAP2Z. : '. 1 seconds East a distance of One It Is hereby ordered This! notice shall .be publishedonce named Court and cause -wherein
her children has been visiting Dated'this 16 day: of July,: issL Hundred 'five (lOS) feet' to an order that this each week for four consecutive plaintiff seeks divorce, care cus
'Keystone Heights 'was solemnized" last week .in Gainesville.. were: OFFICIAL,SEAL) CharleA. iron, stake; run thence South and notice shall.be published weeks
her grandmother ;-Mrs :Ella DUD once a", week for four Jn..the Bradford County Tel- tody', and control 'of 'mlnQr.t lId.
on' Mrs.. E. H. Cooper, Mrs. ..P., W.. > Clerk;of the Circuit Court ...six. (6)' degrees,; twelve (12): weeks in consecutive gravh.. Bradford County Telegraph shall
16 the
Tuesday evening July C. Bird. is :'expecting.her: .,uis- By Marian..:L. Crosby,Depntr-Clert minuses and .fifty' (50) seconds Telegraph. a Bradford County Dated this 10 day of July. 1957... publish this Order. in next four
in the .Eliarn. Baptist Church ,of Schroeder, Mrs. R. A. Gaunt; band, CoL' Andrewsen from 7/19 It 89'v. East distance of-'TW9 hundred .In. Bradford County newspaper published (OFFICIAL SEAL) weekly Issues. '". ; *-' 1-"
Florida "
fMelrose.. Mrs: Elmer Southwell, Mrs. 0 V"' *rVTTT-e /. { fcevea; nd forty-three, hundredths having a general circulation and Charles A. Daroy, Witness my hand and official
Killeen, Texas,' ,where they ..have 207.4XX.>. feet, to an iron stake in said Clerk
IB Tae Circuit Court 'of Florida County. i of the Circuit Court seal at Starke Florida, this July:
The bride is the daughter of Lawrence Moore Mrs. Charles been stationed for two years! i Eighth JBdlclal Cire.I IB And on aforesaid Northerly' bound- w.. .,"'..'C'.(>.(>, _. _' ...__ :-. _iijr I By'Marian I*: Crosby. Deputy? Clerk. in. 1557_
I King and Mrs. John Payton, the For Bradford C.vuty,< IB'.Chaary ary; run. thence in 'an Easterly ""- uaiiu as ierK Oi yu ..1 5/1 (OFFICIAL: SEAL) ''
:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montay, After a visit here until :late, '- -, T I direction along said Northerly said Circuit Court of Bradford I Charles A. Darby

Vickers of. Melrose.-,., The, bride-. ,President. August they-will sail from Jacksonville -I ,L. ,G. POWELL\ also. knQwlas bo t 'aicurve Ddar,;:,and said along'curve having the arc said County Court Florida at Starke and the Bradford seal of NOTICE TO APPEAR' I Clerk of the C.-rcuIt Court. ]1
r- LUTHER atadiuot
'On Monday Mrs. Schroeder, G. POWELL, individually County. IB CIrcuit Court Bradford Coury. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy' Clerk
; for
: and
groom's parents are Mr. Puerto Rico, where and joln d:with 'John' H POWELL Eleven Thousand three of on this 23rd day Florida I. Ckaaeery. Chas. R. Hess. 204-05 Guaranty !LIre

Mrs. Huntley Redfearn of Key- Mrs. Gaunt, Mrs. King and Assistant CoL Andrewsen will be stationedin as Executors*,and Trustees., of the hundred' fifty-nine. feet and twotenthi(11.3o9.2) Charles July A.D. 1957. Ruth Barrett. Plaintiff, vs. G. W, Building. Jacksonville, Fla. |}

atone Heights. County Agent Mrs. command of Army forces. 'c Estate ased. of Plaintiff Luther C.. versus Powell* ,SEA-' de- concave to the North and a 'being chord Clerk of Circuit A. Darby'Court, of Bradford.0 Barrett' : Jr., 'Defendant Attys for Pit. 7/12 4tj 8(2(
Case No. 10-2261
The double ring was Laura Williams,, prepared an exhibit -, Miss' Nell Parker had as her POARD .. iAlRLINE RAILROAD distance of Six Hundred fifty- County, Florida. Notice T. AppearTo :
performed by the ceremftjiy Rev. B. ,Ray representing a project'of I guest last week" her sister Mrs: COMPANY', NOTICE et at'OF Defendants.: SUITIB 'and--seventy-three(652.73)' feet'to a hundiethths' concrete: A.(CIRCUIT J. Thomas COURT, Jr., 'SEAL) and G.. W address; Barrett is, :Jr.2609. whose Hanover resident 'FOR DEPENDABLE j

Stedham'in" of the local"club.. They chose as Richard Bennett of :Washington, The Xaate Of Tke, State Of monument on' the Easterly 203-205 Temple Avenue Avenue; Richmond, Virginia. !
a 'setting palms .
Florida .:/ boundary of aforesaid Southwest Starke,' Florida
their subject "Refinishing ,old. D. C.' While Mrs. Bennett,'was *, Quarter (SWU) of South- Attorney for You are hereby notified that a]
and lighted tapers: :To: ; $eaboard Air. Line Railroad Plaintiffs 'suit for divorce and restoration 1 TenfflteinfrolPest
M15 Ray Stedham accompanied wood finishing new wood, sea. here she' and, Miss Parker en Company a foreign 'corporation east Quarter Zero' (SE' %); 'run thence 7/26 4t 8/16 of maiden "name _,
.. sang North (0) degrees, eignteen '
by, Dwight James grass weaving and caning chair joyed 'a trip to D ytona.ctl.. duly the State authorized--of Florida'to ;do Florida business Rail-in (13),mInutes and thirty (30) NOTICE-TO APPEAR above has been name4 filed Court against and TOO cause II and the ',. "ueueeId'3. ., : '

Bruce uncle of the bride. bottoms", one of the subjects Mr. 'and Mrs. Owen' ;Moore, and road Company, now known as seconds.. West along aaid Easterly 1st Circuit Court Bradford CoMtr. and. you are required to serve a : a
boundary a distance of Nine Florida
studied by: the last \. I'their, four,children Atlantic 1 Gulf and West India IB ChaJeery. copy of your answer or pleading to. ControlS j
7Mr.. .Victors gave his daughterin group yea were guests Transit .Company.- A .Florida ,corporation hundred eighty-one and eighty- Thomas' G.:Skinner-:. Plaintiff, the complaint' 'the Plaintiff's ;_
0 The exhibits lectures' and of Dr. 'and Florida two hundredths (981.82) feet to vs. Pauline Faye Skinner Defend- "' I
and William : and Mrs. Marshall L. Railroad Attorney T. Frank Landrum P. O.'
marriage Huntley a'concrete-monument thence ant. Grove
Company ot 'tbeState Tot Case No.. 10-2256 Spnyinf
classes took place in BroNardHail. Gamble, .Florida :North eighty-nine (89) Notice To Box 546, Starke, Florida, ,
degrees Appear
Redfearn, Jr., was best man for -dissolved 'Florida .corporation, and file the original in the offIce of
hisbrother.. Groomsmen :Russell 'Townsend of .Jackson I and. all parties 'claiming interests fifty-four (54) minutes and To: Pauline Faye Skinner, whose the Clerk of the Circuit Court en or i Call FB. 6-60U
were twenty (20) seconds West 630 residence and address
by; through under or againstsaid : 9001 Tea-
Richard.Smith of Palatka, cousinof Rotary-YMCA Swimming yUle was the guest of. the !ali! ad. companies!: ; .:. James,,. T. feet. to. a concrete. _. monument, ; doso Street, Yaleta, Texas. otherwise before the the 12 allegations day. of Aug.of,1957 said;
Awards E. R Fox family during the soutter, Jonn MCKae, Mamie Johnson run inence nvnu .erovt degrees You are bereb notified that a Complaint be '
the bride, and .Alfred Beresford 'Austin. 'Clifford Johnson eighteen (18)' minutes suit for divorce will taken as confessed Florida Pest Control
Bryant by .
Watson of" Keystone 'The' Annual Swim" Program, I I swim .instruction program.: /His 'W. podges, W.. A. Crosby-, and' 'thirty (30) seconds Westa baa above been filed against yon in the 'This yon.police shall lie pub'shed) once
the James Bostwick R L. distance of One Hundred six- named Court and cause and ,& 'Chemical Co.
Mr. and
sponsored by Keystone parents; Mrs. Bill, Townsend Shaddock You are each week for four eousecutlv .
Heights 'cousin of the bride- ty-nine and four tenths (169.4) required to
J. AlaJamles6n: and Caddla" Jamie- a copy of weeks i
groom.. Ushers were Jimmy Heights Rotary Club with in o came down jto accompany son .his .w( e;' if .alIve, and If,any feet to a.concrete monument.' on plaint your answer on the or pleading: to The com graph. In"the -Bradford,Coo-ty. Tele. 24 N. W. 16th Avs.Gainesville .

struction by the YMCA closed him home of the above named persons be dead the Southerly' boundary'of the Plaintiffs Attorney Dated .
nt this 9
: and.sp Friday William I day of 'July, 195'i.
Eland of Melrose and Ray then to hls' r (her unknown right-of-way of 'Bessent Road; .D. Morgan. 507 Clark (Official Seal .,forMat
Hearst of Jacksonville. a successful two-week session, evening with the Foxea. heirs.j devisees., grantees, creditors spouse, run thence North' Eighty-nine and Building file Jacksonville 2,' Fla. I Clerk)of Charles the Circuit A. Darby Court.,
: (89) 'degrees, twenty-four (24) the original In the office
and all of
with achievement recognition ofo Mr. and Mrs. other persons claiming
Miss Virginia Vickers herilster's Raymond. H.Armour'and minutes and Twenty (20) the Clerk of the Circuit Court
was o 6- any Interest in the property ..here seconds on
70 of the mqre .than one hundred I ,three Children from inafter described West along said Southerly or before the Q .
'maid of honor and was by through, 12 day of I
boundary distance August, 1957
under' or against each of Four : tl lDg
the rank such de
participating. Having Cleveland Ohio! ? have returned otherwise the
gowned in seafoam. green cry- ceasedFlorida i Land1'and'Immi hundred forty-six and seventy- allegations of said ALVAREZ'S ORE.&leD8..

"it illeUe' fashioned in empire of. "Minnow" areAngela .Aiken,, to their nome, after' a'visit"With, gration 'Company of Florida ,and- five; hundredths (446.75) feet to Complaint ed by yon.will be taken' ,AS confess- I I ,1.1. L .184 "I
Eddie St John Perkins Mn'arid Mrs. Florida Land and Immigration a monument; runthence : _
Dorothy Ben Rose. This
Mrs. _
style with matching nylon lace. Company, a>body corporate dis, South (0) degrees,:fifteen once notice shall be published -- ... .. .
A .abort illusion veil fell from a o ,, Gary Perkins, Allan Holl] Armour is'a' cousin of 1\lrs. 'Rose. solved Florida corporation, and ,seconds(h) minute's East a distance and forty of Two(40) weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- '

Kathy.Sieber, Elaine Lovorn; .Mr. and 'Mrs. Alston D. .Rose"of.Parkersljurg.tW. 'all-paryes"-claflnlng-'teterest: r by; graph r, '
email 'crown hundred sixteen -
of tulleHer flowers (216) feet to a
,through., under
were Golden (Rapture roses. Donna; Siebery"-: .Lee, Townsend ; Va.! .have'r.fiii.n (s); Charlie oraganist| Dell said whose corporation North concrete eight-nine monument; tun thence (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 3 day,} Pharlaa of .July,A.1957.n..nK} .. ; &t I Tht8Our Business

Win Powell, Marlene Linsin n1. Miss Elizabeth Durell of Jack- -- ------ --- Apartment 14, .- New ,YOTk;; ,New iwenty-iour (z-t) minutes twen-1 Marian L. Court'BJ Glass We Have Itl!

onvflle and Miss Linda Albrit- Larry' Linsin, Chris Platt, ,DottieHardenbergh ,with the Ben"Roses. York; Damon Dell and-Bert Lee .ty(20JLseconds .West a distance. 'Crosby" Deputy Clerk 1 ldII CALL WRITE VISIT
of Three hundred > 7/12.41 8/2 ,
forty-six :
Dell, bis wife, whose residence (346)
..Betty Cravens. Guests.of the F. W. .
of Schroe- feet, to of
ton Tampa, bridesmaids, woregownsjrashioned 706 East North Street, Starke a point beginning. t
like that of the With ,the. rankVof "Fish" are: de n s .t fast 'we tk were Mrs. Clara Florida; Leroy." D.ell. and. tRosetU '' Parcel C-A parcel of' land NOTICE TO- APPEAR .
Bruce, 'Sund and, Johnny Carruthers 'and Dell hfs.; .wife ;wbose. residence Js lying lT.i'theSouthwest, Quarter Circuit Court Bradford Cont,. Joe Peters Class Co.
Mr. Charles
maid of honor and ..carried 'toiiquets Hallendale, Florida; 'Roosevelt Dell (SEVi) of Section twenty-seven Florida i IB Chancery. '

of valley carnations. earneSt Zah Hutson, Jerry Groh', of JacksQ, ville. and 'Jettye ,:Dell., 'his wife, whose ((27), TownshipL six (6) South, I Doris E.' McAvoy'Plaintiff'vs. Roy- -

Lovorn, Forester Long Sharon Mrs. Daniel! residence is RFD. Starke Florida; Range 'and: twenty-two (22) don. Rockefellow' McAvoy, Defendant. -V. ,FOR !ANY ..GLASSf NEED
The bride chose: for::her wed- daughter i Oscar' Dell and Marian* Dell his East, Bradford County Florida, Case No. 10-2264. 1%

ding a. of imported hand- Barkell. Jane McMurtry, Leola of'rMr. and Mrs. Ralph Crawford, wile,'.whose,. residence Is' 'Starke containing two and forty-five A of lee To Appear 'r We ,Design Modern 'Store Fronts
gown 'hundredths %.4i ,and To: Roydon .
( being
Ridaught, Viola.. .Ridaught, Ken- her husband Florida; DeWitt ParneU whose ) acres Rockefellow McAvoy, Just Mail Us A Pattern for
clipped r sepoint Chantilly iace. and four children residence is c/o Florida State Hospital more particularly describedas whose residence and address is: -
ny Parker Bob Perkins, Stefan of follows: HMC U. S. N. Enlisted Training 'I "
'featured' a fitted bodice and Birmingham, Ala. are guests Chattaboochie.Floridar; Eddie -
Parnell and Lollie Parnell, his Commence at the Northeast Division U. S. Naval Hospital Table'Top
bouffant skirt, overlaid with Brokas, Jerry Ezell. Richard of the' Crawfords. Mrs. Gaitheris wife, -whose residence Is 165 West. corner of said Southwest Quarter Portsmouth Virginia. 1313NW. 4th PL GaInesville FR. 243S8f

tulle, and taffeta. Her veil of Bozardr Harold Lee Sutton, Jr., 'recup ratIng from a ,serious? 130th Street New-York,..New.York; (SW!%) of Southeast Quarter for You are hereby nutifU-d that a suit I F
Mabel Parnell' Bryant and Thomas I (SEw) and run thence South custody and support
Richard Palmer Brokas illness.
ballerina length was of tiered Mickey Bryant ;her,' husband whose'"resi 0 degrees eighteen (18) minutes, .f

Illusion, gathered to Gainey, Win Powell MJss Kay"Walrath has returned dence is' Hood Village Apartment thirty. (30) -seconds East along w'
a braidedCh : 51A, Fort Hood Texas; Robert the Easterly boundary thereofa .
crown-of tulle, studded with'seed ris Platt, Larry Linsin from a visit -with Lolly and .:Parnell ancj Alfese ParnelV his distance of" forty-one. and'

pearls and rhinestones. She Sieber, Lee Townsend, Lance SuZIe Spencer of Tuscaloosa, wife. whose residence is RFD, fifteen hundredths (41.15) feet
car I ?

tied Madonna lilies with Fleur I Andrewson." With! ,the 'rank of Ala.. Miss. Bobbe1. .Bastedo, 'was Starke Louella. Florida Johnson, Ben.his Johnson wife, whose and .Southerly to concrete] boundary monument of on the therightofway :18 MONEY IMPORTANT TO YOU? .

d'Amour and Catleya orchids.; "Flying., 'Fish'. ': Lavon, (Payton, also a ,guest I of the .Spencers.Mrs. residence 'is' 18S9 'West 3rd Street. of Bessent Road ,: : : :
Jacksonville, Florida; Christina .for.point-of; ;, beginning.
){rs.: Vickers,, the bride's mother Dickie Martin Vickie Ridaught, -Ethel :M. Hardmari of"! Johnson Diggs and John Diggs ..From point of beginning thus .,;: "tn ,ru :Cv t.. .f f I. r" ., I' >, .- ir. ..

wore a dress of rose-beige Tom Jones, Kay Sunderland, Jacksonville was' a *visitor of her husband, whose residence is 'described.?" continue r South Zero .
lace of''taffeta., Mrs. Redfearn, Jackie, Fox Marcia 'Wilson, ,the.Elmer'. 'Southwells 'tljis! week. Rt-Howard 2, Box Johnson 45, Starke and Katie, Florida John-: (0) ,degrees,'eighteen .(18) minutes 'utf-tow accounts CURRENT I I
thirty H3U) seconds East
the bridesroom's mother wore Marion 'Hall,< Marcia Mason,' ..Charle' .Clark. is: 'a ''patient ,in son, his wife, whose residence. Is along aforesaid Easterly bound- welcomed & app eciate ..

Maysel Seals 'Dene Jacbbaen .. 1510 -Asquith Street. Baltimore ary a distance of One! Hundred ,
Lake !
pink aUk 'organza with matchingaccessories. -City Veter !) s 'Hospital. Sid; Edna Bostwlckj Smith'and Ben sixtyeightand Accounts RATE:
__ eighty-five
BiirCorley, ; "Sharkl': David Serf His 'c Onditi n'1S Smith," her husband, whiose residence Corporate Funds '
Their corsages, were -- ;improving.! (168.85)' feel-'to a concrete monument : .By Mail ,
<< _is 363 -
; JCennelwortn. -Street Opene
vis David "DUb se'Camn run: tbence' North
Miss ; eighty-
,lavender, -' orchids. PranctsRaves. is visiting Detroit 2, Michigan; Clint B st-. nine' (89) degrees, -fifty-four *'Labor; Union. for Details I

A reception at the Woman'sti ; 'Mike Lovorn, John Mar; her mother.in Virginia! wick whose'residence is'-: General (54) 'minutes'and twenty (20) i 'Vrte ,

Club .:,followed the n, Jimmy Fox, Tommy. Thomp: Miss. Agnes Watson' has returned -, I.Delivery',Tlwma Starke.whose. FlorId residence; Tlestetf is seconds ;West distance. .of six .*. Pension Funds .r -
ceremony.s hundred thirty (630) 'feet
Serving cake were A. E. on, Eric Redfearn Buddy Gre from a trip to 'Washington Starke:" Florida; and to' the un- thence 'North zero (0) degrees; runt ;I : : ACCOUNTS '

m er, John'Hughlett, Tony Brault, : D. C.: and knowh "Spouse, heirs, devisees eighteen (18) minutes and thirty Legal Triist 1
I iDurrell of Jacksonville and Mrs, 0 Seaglrt, -N. J., grantees >creditors and all atdtom ifISO, : ) ;seconds 'West a distance ,. A
> '
I C. L. Albritton of Tampa, aunts Julia' Walker. Junior Lifesaving::: where she, visited relatives., persons'claiming any interest in I of' One hundred sixty-nine 'and or,. Guardian opened. pnorbefore;: : .' %
David Sunderiand Patricia Gre;: C. property herein-after described ;tour tenths U69.4) feetto ': <
W. a
of the bride. Crosby of Deland, I ,
I I a by. through, under or against ,Concretemonument afore- the iota -
Serving punch were Mrs. Steve mer, Barbara Corley, Pat LaMee nephew "of Miss Susan\ ;Robbins, Jesse Johnson; deceased, Clifford said"Southerly boundary on; run Individual : .
.1ohns '
;Jay Miss Kate 'Webb Miss Mar- Rickie Sunderland, Iris returned' with her to keystone son, deceased o. also known Hilliard as Cliff Johnson John. :-'degree thence' .South twenty-four Eighty-nine' 'min((89) AcQut'EAR: FROM THE J m.\ I

,aret ,Gaboardi and Miss Jane Brasington. Senior Lifesaving::: Heights {or' a.-viSit when Miss deceased .Je8s* -;Johnson, Jr.* also .utes 'and' .Twenty (20)(24)seconds : 'Per Annum
Robbins known.as"Jes"e Johnson. deceased. ;:'""* lon *. said Credit
''Webb. Assisting in caring for Linda 'Gremer., went to .Deland. -for J the I.{; S. Johnson, also known as Israel '/ boundaryr a';distance of Southerly Six'hun'drtd Union 1st Payable

[the guests, were Mrs., Alfred B. The instructors from the weekend. Jiihnson, deceased, Janie Johnson thirty (630) feet to point SemiAnnuallyGUARANTY
I subsequently known as Janie "" '
''Watson Mrs. D. J. Bruce,, Mrs.IE. YMCA Camp were George Gabel. ,r" Johnson Parnell, deceased, James of .beginning ) Ch1ch.shol '

:IW. Stienart, Mrs. Maude Kim.Porter' and""Guy Mix assisted NEW RIVER Jphnson tand Louisa Johnson, his GREETINGS: You are her .bj
Wife both deceased, and Hattie notified that.a,.Butt in equity halo UniverIy( 1Lr
,Robinson Mr Patricia Preston fcy ,Miss Pat Crawford. BAPTIST CHUBCH J6hhsoA Dickens, deceased; and to been' brought"a alnst, you and each $

'land 'Mrs; W.O. Preston., Mrs. EL F. Aiken"" served as",coordinator Sunday School, lO:a-.m, Worship any and all unknown persons of.you ,defendants in the above "
entitled Court and cause by L. G.
having or'claiming any right title,
Following their return from ''a and :Mrs. Fred Dodd I Hour 11 a. m. Evening Service lien' or interest by, through, underor Powell, also known as Luther G. 1

I wedding trip to the Carolinas had a class, of the younger chil. I 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each aganst any of said named defendants Powell individually 'and Joined ALL A
with 'John H. Powell Executors FEERJ.INSURED
in as
to the
or following CUT
Hr.I and Mrs. Redfearn will reside dren. The Course'was directedby I Wednesday. ?
'in Keystone Heights. Jim Lieby and Henry Simonsof I 'tOftltL! li 0 ParlteiC DlStor.I County;' FQrldtowlt: :.* Luther' C. Powell deceased, plaintiffs .. UP TO
I f Parcel A-A, parcel of land ly ; that the relief sought in saidsuit AVGSthASSN
I Lake Brooklyn Association the YMCA Camp. Alfred}B. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS !' ing In the .Southwest Quarter is to. remove clouds' 'from and .

,Elects New Officers Watson served as the Chairman I Florida Statute (SWH of Southeast Quarter to quiet and confirm plaintiff's $10,000 ,114"South.Main, St.,
I IB Tae Court (SE4)? of Section title to> the above described lands .
of the i-twenty-seven
At their meeting held on Sat. from the Rotary Club. Brief remarks Bradford Cou.t?; 'Florida County Judge (%?)., Township- Sir '(6) South, as .Ian indefeasible fee simple 'title 'I Gainesville, Fla. :

''urday,, July 20, the following officers i preceding the giving of I la Probate. 'Range twenty-two (22) East,4 and thereto against the claims of you I I -., -
: I n re: Estate of Lawrence'J. Dobbs Bradford County Florida containing of you; and you are sum-
elected to the awards were made by the Rotary --
were serve 'eceased., sixty-tour 'hundredths ::_.
President Col. Sam Fisher. E. '('0 All Creditors (.64) ;acre and being
:Lake Brooklyn Civic Association::: o and PersoBS Hay. more par- .
lug Cia I.. or Deataada Acaloat ticularly described as follows; ,_. \. ,
served M. C. A ,
T. Martin as ..
Carl. Carnes President; Robert L Said Ectatei Commence at the Southwest

I* McCormick, Vice-President; public address system was furnished You and each of, you ''are hereby corner of. aforesaid Southwest 4
notified and required to present Quarter, (SW 4), ,pf Southeast .
Mrs. H. A. Sprow, Secretary by Ernie Firestone. any claims and demands which you; Quarter (SEV4)\. and run thence
An excellent fish o>T either of you. have North 0 degrees, :'fifteen (15)
r and continuing as Treasurer .P. fry supper may a(rain st I
he estate of minutes and forty (40) 'seconds '
W Schroeder. The meeting was was served by the Rotarians preceding d deceased late of Lawrence said County J. Dobbs to the, West a distance of eighty-two Com Lt of' the "Gaslight Era". r' 1
held at the Keystone Heights Woman's the program. A committee County Judge of Bradford County. and sixty eight hundredths .' --. .' "
; '
Men-Ida at his office (8268) feet to_a ,concrete .
in"the .mon .
cdurt o i ,
of Ann .
served desserts
Rotary r
Club. -
house of said County at Starke. ument on' the Southerly bound-- .
The, passage of the Bill by with Mrs. Gordon Adams Florida within eight calendar ary of the right-of-way of State and- .i .; tl 't'' '
months from the time of the first Road 230: run thence in :an -----.itq- r
State Senate and House in May] as chairman. A generous donation publication of this notice.. Each Easterly direction and along :

concerning the Watershed Au of corn meal and hush claim: or demand shall be in writ- the. arc of a* curve, said curve ,
I Ins:, and shall state the place of having a radius of .elevea thousand ,
thority was discussed. An application puppy mix was furnished by the residence and post office address of five hundred :'fifty-nine '

has: been sent to the State Dixie Lily Company. the claimant and shall be sworn to and two tenths Ul.559,2)' feet -- -
iy the claimant, agent, or attorney and being concave 'to the North \ !
I of Florida requesting a geological Duplicate Bridge and any.such claim or demand not a chord distance of six hundred ,, "N "',t. _
survey and it is expected Winners of the Duplicate s 10 filed shall.be void. elghty three and forty-six hund- < : + "
s/ A. D. Dobbs. redths (683.46) feet to a concrete "S .
that it will soon get the approvalof Bridge game on July 18 were: As admiijstrator of the Estate '' monument said chord having _

the U. S. Authority. The Mrs. Ann James and Mrs. John- of Lawrence" J. Dobbs.;: a 'bearing of South eighty-:
deceased; two (82) degrees.' seventeen .
,County Commission has been: son, first place; Mrs. E. A. Tim- First publication July 19. 1957. (17) minutes East last aforesaid .

authorized to appropriate the mons and Gordon Adams, second 7/19 4t 8/9 concrete'monument being .on r ,
the intersection of aforesaid -
money for the survey once approval place; Mrs., George Phelps and NOTICE TO APPEAR Southerly boundary of the right : ,I

comes through. Clay and Mrs. Alice Ketchum, third place. IB ClreBlt Court. Bradford CoBBty..,. ,ofway k>f State Road 2:0 and n
Florida l I. Chaae.ry. the Southerly boundary of aforesaid -

Putnam Counties will be combined KeyNotesMiss Rosetta Jane .West Plaintiff vs. Southwest Quarter (SW14) .: -. :" ', .

for the Mary Ann Schaeffer and John E. 'West Defendant. of Southeast Quarter ,(SE%,) .. .
1Case No.102268 run thence North eighty-nine I: -. ,t.I ) \ ": 4-.1 ". ---'
:Members are urged to remember Miss Martha Ann Livingston Notice To ABnear' S9) -degrees, fourteen Q4) "_"f' CI

the date of the next were hostesses at a "Cool eat"party To: John E. West. whose residence minutes West along last aforesaid -' '
and address is Southerly boundary a distance J'j rrS .
: Dagsboro ai. A. :
meeting, the 3rd Saturday "in at'the" Schaeffer home on Delaware. of six hundred seventy- ; -- q. ,'. .

September as a larger attendance I- Friday evening. Informal sports You are hereby notified that a six and ninety-six hundredths .r'". ; ', '
f o. suit (676.96) feet dQ.p lnt of -
be -
is desired! clothes were the order of the for divorce care- custody and I ginning. ? -: !

Members Attend evening and the guests enjoyed control of minor children 'has Parcel B-;-A parcel of. land 5 IIVE JJJTER. ELECTRICALLYJ .
Home .
'I ... been filed againstyou lying in the Southwest QuartertSW14) I' ,
Demonstration ''Short Course dancing'to.,the latevhit tunes! inthE'iboye named Court and k 'of' Southeast QuarterS .

LoNcal members of the Geneva Refreshments of cookies and. cause' and yon are required to servta ( %) of Section Mwenty-seitn: '. / L o re: fT % ?;:* 3K* *.' ; .' -
copy your answer (27). .Township (6) South, -
or pleading '
,,," punch were served. Those venjoying -'. to the complaint on the Plaintiff, R nge, ''fwent-two (22) East. ?" AmoJeru refrigerator-freezer i just one ofnu.iy wonderful ways to mal .'z f

the: party were:J..e la and; Attorney ,William D. Morgan 50}r Bradford County. Florida con ) ./
: C1ark.'Building, Jacksonville taining', thirty and nlnet1'ourhundred.1b.a ,.uBuaer more.pleauat..Vto'gain more leisure for tapper,FlwicU Ih'ingi! .
.. ,Viola. Ridaught, Jinjmie anctI :L _..FIQrlda. ... -,_ J3Q.94) acres jam J .5. -
GAY'S Butch Fox. Russell Townsend. and file the original in the office of" '"being more particularly described ,
j I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court 0"or as follows: \ '
Herbie Nelson. Tommy Jones I before the 19 day of August, Commence at the Northwes .r Y U electric appJace'dea r also offer a conditioner __ 'O", ,. ,

ii i HomeAppliances I and -Tommy- Thompson David II I 1957; otherwise the allegations o f corner of said Southwest ,*,v'f-r. *-. :
I sald-'Compaint will-be. taken 'u Quarter -(SW14), "Of Southeast: \ and ventilating fins for comfort cooling .
I Schaeffer and the. hostesses. confessed by yon. l 1 Quarter' (SE U."and run thence ; Ai ilirtric r frittifjrtfrigerelerfrmir

j iU, Your; Frkndly-! f Martha Ann,Livingston hasbeenthe ,This' notice' shall be published South Zero; (0) .degrees fifteen for eo61kitcheacookingimaUVaMe'applUnces 1
puh.huoclctnic : .
one ah week for tour cbnsecutlti.I ISfc. ultes'I&a4 Jorty ((40)] -' ranges ><
guest of Mary Ann Schaefferduring : weeks In the Bradford County Tele seconds, East along the Westerly 0 -' '
Norge Dealer graph. thereof for easier meal : FREES HER .
S boundary a preparation .
; the Swim' Instruction 0 t Date
;:j NQRGS APl'IUNCES of-Mr.Program.and She Mrs., is Elmer the d ughter:.,' (OFFICIAL'Charles A.SEAL Darby) ,:feet F.yentY to-%five a concrete hundredths';; tnonumen'Kir ] : .i Cn ropthers-all deige to help you tin 1 lt your oppfionc*

:: Livingston -
Clerk I -
of bf
\ the Circuit Court'By poixrt beginning: J : S 4KI.rsyw
J MAYTAQ WASHERS! of Jacksonville Beach. Marian L., Crosby. Deputy Clerk From'point'of beginning thudescribed. __!.. ,kuertlusaurnmerandtheyear roundVisithimnow! ...toyl!

f Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 7/19 4t 8/S ? continue South' Zen 0 T f .
Gregory (0) degrees fifteen (15). min ,1 i .
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'j COLEMAN HEATERS and and 'daughter -Charlotte have HOTICR ,TO -APPEAR" ,-. utes and forty"' to) seconds Kas llYIIEnl "
I I. CircuIt COB**. Bradford.Craaty 5. along said Westerly boundary \
returned, ,from, avisit with Florida IB Chaaeery. -a distance of Seven Hundred I. ..ELClICLY '

j::1:1I v-. friends"and-6' relatives in Pitts- Gulseppe.-MiecJp. PtaliaJff. a.-KarJ eighty-nine and thirteen bun S '- .. '.
I WeSenrlceAllMakesOf ciano Roberta ln clo, Defendant. dredths (789.13) feet to i concrete : }
burgh. While there they enjoyeda d Case No. 10-226 monument on the Northerl .

Appliances family.reunion! Notle* To Apyeari boundary of the right-of-wa-- .; .m
j p f : :'To: Marciano i Robert Miccio State Road 230 '; % -
of ; run thence ; 'PWI t IIIMT I.
I Phone 10 Mr. e.nd.dri.; Carl "Carnes hay C whose residence and address la: In an Easterly direction' along &IID CO."I

as their: guest' Mrs., Games' niece, Plzxetta-Peatro S. Ferinando. No. said Northerly boundary: land< t ,. ., ,
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8. 'flits. '" "
Naplea .
Italy. ; along thearc. of a curve> sale I iffr,J f '
Carol AnrivUick .
r Stork Florida 'Jacksonville .Tou __ taw :
1U"e. eby. nettfiM that i S curve having a radius of Eleven t ; .. .B ,
1 Mrs. H. J. suit for divorce tare, custody and : Thousand three hundred : 't
, f k.- : .Egjer, grandmother fifty, ,$ *tin* r.IJ m:
,. control of ,
minor cWldrea ulna aUU 't"O ,
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YYYYY"Y Y Y!!!! .Y'Y Tv 1I :for three week ; iIs npt .to q WYVT'. ..., ..; E., ea..tJeR.. -- ,, spent; : their vacationtvith the. .-H. ?I II II !;.JI; ,; ;! in J&c1I:1'lill" .lat.FIdy. ..

Mrsuboshie-Prescott v business y
NEWS OF INTEREST late for other good rnei| la spending
TO COLORED ind womeh to come to the aid of R'RQffKEK; 1 1By this.'week:with, the One Prescotta .- George Davis is keeping r OR111 SIDE spending the wek In Jac* ,.n.

CITIZENS_ OF BRADFORD COUNTY Scouta. There are 38 Scouts and : in TampL' little Mike'Coram while the Bill 'ville with her a'ster.

: .: only, 14 were able to leave Mon- Mr..'. and'Mrs.-Talmadge Polk and Corams, sri 0.1 vacation. liy; ilrs cart iSru"o Dickerson of
Castlett: Bro. Jacksonville!
By Ozora J. Shell day., Let's send ft inore next, Mrs.Joyce. 1 1I family of Trenton were Sunday We .are sorry, to hear that .Mrs.
of' CTli AtkinsbrisV: Annie Johnson had a heart attack ...I. .I..I..I. .a..a..I..I..I.& .a. preached 'Sunday morning and
LAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA&AASequt '" .. ... .. . . . Monday! Make, your checks pay I '. VVyvyyvvyvyYvwTvVVVVVAfish j quests the : .
---------------- -----. --- -AAAAAAAAAAAAAA able to Boy Scouts of Troop 71, I fry was enjoyed at Mrs. Aubrey Hazen yisttedilrS.<<: last Sunday and is in .Bradford Miss pora Clark had as Sunday night at North Side .while the

News i iOn I during the rest, of -July: .and B. T. Marshall, .Scoutmaster.: Hampton Lake last Friday night 'Lee Green. and Marie'" Mason.' in. County 'Hospital.home from Mrs.AlachuaGeneralHospitaL RoyTox1insouL dinner guests her niece, Miss pastor; Rev. E. C. Harvey. is

Monday July 22, the following !I August The Scoutmaster and Fiesta Club Sleeting by Mr. and Mrs. Leander Parrish I Gainesville' ; Mondajr); : Eva Clark of Lake City and the conduct'"? a revival in Alabama.
. scouts of Troop 71, all the committeemen extend The Fiesta Club win hold: the and grandson-Mr; 'and',Mrs. Torn Mr: and Mrs.. 'M:M. Gano and rruman Normans.Mr. Com icement exercises were
Mr Mrs H. E.-Stoltes Jr.
, at the Parrish and daughter, and Her- children of at:. Augustine spent and
regular monthly -meeting
Starke, left for Camp Coacoochee' special thanks to Mr. C: A. : weekehd'with.'the' : fc PJGanoi: are the proud parents of a son and. MraM.. L. McDaniel held last Friday night ending
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry bert .Parrish and'sons of,1'Ienton.. : < .
." : John Givens, Alphonso Knight who came to the rescueof 26. An Mr. and Mrs.' Edd Polk and.fam- .My."and.':MrsT.BuT: Summers of .born Alachua General Hospital. ind. family are visiting relatives two weeks of Vacation. Bible
July .
Young on Friday, '
Jenicina,; B. T. Marshall. Jr., Ed- the Scouts and sait a check members are, asked to be present ;- Uy; Mr.. and .Mrs. Ned Hicks,-and Waucfiula.were'. guests of the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins In Tallahassee this week. School. Enrollment was' '109.

ward Jones, Robert Ellerson, for $11 which wilibe' used to Clarence DeSue, president ; family; and Mri: Mae/Mott. Lloyd Barrys Tast. week. > last were Sunday., visiting, friends in Williston The Black Creek Assoc1ationiIUJlday Everyone received .a great: : blessing -

I Milton: send a Scout Graham Mr. and Mrs.' Taimadge Polk Mr, nMrs.urit, ;; rfHazen' andchildren Bill 'School meeting was. held
Ellerson bonnie coreman, worthy to camp Gloria reporter. Mn and Mrs. Summers of from these service*
John Hall, Jr. Sidney Frazier, during the 'sec nd week. The Camp Goodtlmes and' family of Trenton were.vlsit- of Ocala were. Sundayg "I Wauchula was a guest last Sat Thursday night of last .week at
Mrs. Thursday :'the"'Aubrey: Hazen : Pickcttville. Baptist Church in
Mr. and Edd Polk guests
CI2aes, name of this lug ot: ,}.In. Beulah Harrell.
Covington, Johnny Pitt- lucky boy will be Only one week to get ready urday : inWAT. CHAPEL
of last week. Saturday Mr and Mrs Gerald: Gay,.an Jackson e.Atte ding from ,

Hian Powell? and Chester Cruni, Robert published next week. The Scoutsare to go to St. Augustine, to camp guests of the folks were Mr and sons: of JacftsonvJlTe" 'sp ilt. 'SundaywitEthe ,North Side were E. C. Harvey, ASSEMBLY OF GOD,
Rudolph, They also grateful to New Bethel Woman's Home Missionary "
with the H. B. Stokes and rand G... :.Gays. H. Mr:
,, A.
MKJ. Carl Brown, Harley,
were accompanied by Scout- Baptist' Church and Antioch Florida Nor- I We wish to extend our sincere Ceo. M. (Osborne Pastor
Society Mba:
Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and children : Fred 'WilioIofGanesyiua Mrs Orene
and Mrs. A. R. Sapp,
master B. T. Marshall. The Baptist for a partial week to Memorial Col- thanks to friends and church School 10 a., m. Morning
) mal & Industrial of Stark ._ : l was visitng! 'r. and MrLN.: G. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Sunday ,
__ Cowart,
books are open for new members camp, .$7.25. The camp will' last August the cost for groups for the many card gifts'aid -
J lege, 5-10, Mrs. Thomas Parrish and daughter -i Hayes. and family Monday received other remembrances -
-- room, meals and fun is just $1 of 'Trenton visited Mr. and $ .. and Mrs Jesse;Connerly6fWauchula Eddie Harvey. Everyone enjoyed. Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday
the illness of Mrs.
"'- per day for five happy day Mrs. Ned HICkS: ':Thursdayof. of last ;: were, Sunday.guests' of: Labine.during, the .meeting." I I I weekly prayer service. Invita-
Boys and girls from 9 to 16 are week. the Lloyd Barrys. ; ; t
Austin ,Gay is' spending this Mr.. .and. Mrs. Richard Labine.' Mr. and! Mrs. Reese scott were tion extended to everyone.- -_ _
to'attend.. --- --- -
CHURCHSTARKE .Mr. and Mra Roswell Kelley of
week in Palatka. with__ hL .grandmother
Summer ProgramThe Cincinatti, Ohio are spending their -- ----- n --- ---- .. ,
Mrs; .J. 'R. Parrish.." Mr.:
final week of the programwill vacation here :with Mrs: Doris I
FLA. and :Mrs.- :Herbert Parrish; and FORD
start on Monday, July 29. Kelley 'and 'family. Rosw u's
children spent the weekend in Pa-
On Friday we will have, the brother; Winston; flew to Clad !
latka 'with Mrs Parrish. -
_. REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor closing picnic at beautiful Lake natti last week'' and accompaniedthem Rastie' and T.--J. Mann were In t .

Jefferson and Court Streets Whrttamore where we have a home. Dade :City: on business, and visit- + the :
In The Heart of Town : is pricedof
brand new pier. Games will be Mr. and Mrs. Harlan a m1h'd ed the L. V. Manns 'arid F: A: lowest

Phones Office 234 Pastoriura 130 played plenty of fun and food I son of Auburndale, are visiting Mr. Mann in Dundee last Saturday.. .

all lots of lemonade free. and Mrs. for J6y-. 'Mrs Lucille :Edwards and q

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 800PM.\ Exhibition swimming and diving daughters, Shirley and Linda Gayle low-price, three! ,

will be one of the features. Starke to get the 'supplies ndmaterials' Green,' and, Kathy ..Harrell arespending' :; ,
SUnday School 9:45 A.M. Union : .
Training 6:45 P.M.
I Principals Thompkins'and An- for developing .better, this week' with. Tom .. .. j

( derson have taught a large homes and Steele in Verd Beach. .
: Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. gardens. Our. )local J' *
group to swim during the sum merchants can supply our .needs., Alan Lewis:has been transferred : 'That US' *got em a
year! the Sunday Morning Service but feel the need for 'a from Cocoa and will'now, be here And
over WDVH .at_ mer, we Use what you got. Ask .your at home .

; vil.a.m.4 Regular Broadcast Every 1,' 3. and 5 Sunday. follow-up. through of this the beautiful physical beginning self have, this I which question I cpuld.have: What '--talents shared t I.Jackson Mr.: and;i11e'Mr' and: Alex Margie' 'Williams"Williams "'

t education classes during the regular with 'In .
: others? what way'an
: l of Ga. '
Jessup. are spending' this
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school term. Parents are I sharing,my'loaves with, others? week Tvith''the': Dave' Greens ? .

i invited to join the children on (To be Continued.) Mrs. DeMts 'Hodge and son L : Jowr'me .

the closing '., ..
Friday, August 2, for -

Madison Street Baptist ChurchPresently summer. activities.- .RESOLUTIoN "I.--, ': so

Heroines Of Jericho Pursuant to the provlslimVof Section; 237.12 Florida StatntM, 19S:. fLc _
( Meeting Washington' and Grand Sts.) The Heroines of Jericho held notice Is hereby given that a. public hearing ihah bo held by the Bradford A
County Board of Public Instruction on'August, 1957. at,the hour ; '
;. Good Singing Forceful their regular meeting on last o. ".00 a'n' the County Board Me.tlngRoom bl the Courthouse ,. __
I Preaching Wednesday at the Masonic HaH Starke, Florida, for,the purpose' of discussing with th,' citizens of that '
county the proposed school budget of sal4! the -- ; _.
I EACH LORD'S DAY on Brownlee Street with Most beginning July 1, U511' and ending June 30, 19i5nlcoJ' budget ';alluenrmar.lIed I I_ ,
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Ancient Matron Sophia Royal as follows. : ... ; __ .," :

Sunday School ___________________-- 9:45: A.M. presiding, assisted t". by worshipful I. BL'DGET FOR THE'SfPPORT AND MAINTENANCE'OF,SCHOOLS.I _' .,' ., .. .'.-' '

Morning Worship _____________________11:00 A.M. Master Damon Dell. The Grand Aatlripattd BerelpU. ,.'. .. .- ; : '

I _ _ _ Lecturer, Mr Cannon was the I 1., 'Federal: Sources, 28,000.001 I &:. .
honored guest for a, special repast 2. State' Sources 742.1C1.00 __ ,. _
t Training Union ___________________ 6:45 P.M. prepared by the -membersand 3. County and District 211.5SO.OO .. _- _______ '

Evening Worship ___________--------- 8:00 P.M. a neophite, Ozora Shell who 4. Other Non Revenue 1,000.09-.. '
;: '
: Prayer Services .&.' Business Meeting., Wed. 7:30 P.M stopped at nothing, to' please the Total anticipated Receipts J 182,891.00 S ,
Cash Balance Beginning of Year 39,418.00 -
I ."goat"; evenflowers"were, prfri investments ..
'. ,) 61,086.00
: : ; t I '. '. :sented. ,All the members' were .'' '\ ; .

: ; Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A "Cordial In- pleased with the refreshments. Total Available'Cash and" Receipts l ,. .' '1,088.195.00: c

I.:: vit tiqa.Tp i Worship InIStarke.s( Young st ,Church Special thanks to Siriers lola Total Pro,o.-r4" Exj. e*dltmrc.i -. .. J\- ,,- "',',. t> ., ,.\. :,. .' '.

Littles. and Meta. Harmon and, 1. General Control I 25,650.00 L J.. ,
: Nursery open for all services 'Room for. all Sister Arnett for additional 2. Instruction ;.679.901.00 "'. .,<. ,
> t 3. Operation of, Plant 48,000.00 t '. ,: ', .
goodies and, .services.. 4. Maintenance 20.000.00 \ .; .<,." I'! ...; S
j' REV. JACK H. ,MABRY\ JR,',Pastor City RegistrationThe 5. Auxiliary Agencies" / 88800.00 I ,' !'.,'
I 6. Fixed Charges :, 1WOO.OO 'fl -t ,:;" I -- '.J .. new long;tow and-
:: books for registration of 7. Capitol Outlay 60,000.00. ', "-'.- .. ,I _.- '4, .. '4.-4 lovely Custom Tudor '
;, P. T. NOLIN, Supt., Sunday School an citizens in Starke are still 8. Debt Service .-. > 3988T.Ofli.. t '
J ,' .. I. >'* : j
open'for you to register so that Total Proposed Expenditures\ ".". .. ','.. SS4.S08.00 Everything that mates a fine: car' fine' LUXURY low-priced; wofiT'
i ,' ft makes .
Reserves, Investments and 131ces J iu ..t 98,687.00 .
you may votes in the September ; J "
..dao ."\ '- 4 .1 a fine-car V8engtnethe t )
city 'ele tion. Thee; are many Total Proposed Ezpenthtui'es and) Reqerv! ; '. .". ,1,081,1".0' nD.ow.bcyoursatihe'lowF KNEW I ._I.
persons who have;never registered 'i ? i; 'II*. ": I' ..,, ,', ,;.." ; end result of Ford's 25 year' experience building, FO
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to" vote in the city or county '?., 1" .o '" \. more V-8V thaif anyone else. You get the,longest, biggest, .

elections. The c1erks will be Receipts, .. : ,. :. i"V'c't, ji,:. .' .' lovelies cube low-priced car?.'YoU get a new "Inner Ford! I

than to register Cash Balance Beginning ofYear "', ( E90.09 thelast'word in nispension S'Sttrni' ) :
HUNDREDS more glad you, vtth a
even if you cannot. read or write, Taxes Assessed '. .- f r. .,1 c : 1.110.00- fcr a imoother Jid anSkoger,Kfe. Bin don't take our word for it! ..

they will do it, for you.. The Total Available Cash ,and.Current, Receipt,...... .. ,.,.#(, M.\ :. .,;. .,I.J&O.Oo.,' :, V_ yow Feed Dealer> and.wbat. a fine.car Ford dollars ckKvtSij r .
of details and economic
'k are.managed. books close on, August 10 so register -. Expenditures ". 'J '! ',7 L 4 ; 4'1. I L14 ;.:J; i:.. '. .; I ,
llt.attend, that only.a' trained and ;at once. This .is your privilege 'A" i .,; 11 ;,'
Commissions : iff- i _. .- IRS Of)
careful organization- can attend when as well as responsibility: Payment' of Bonds1; ... ." ';. ; ....'? ', '8,000.00..
theurigent'Deed: for serving is at cause you live In Starke. Remembers Interest !'It"! : : 810.00: Andrews MotorThe Co.

t handi *"' "A voteless people area Total Expenditures _. Ini.oo!

4DeWITT hopeless people", slogan of Reserves 3 5.00. .

Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Total Expenditures and'' Reserves ,,'_ OAO: .
of the aehool budget summarlzed. -
C. JONES Complete details of each separate Part
(An Editorial) above are on flle' and are Available fore pubJlc Inspection "

Phone ? Starke, Fla. Our most valuable ,possessionsare at the office of the County .Superintendent .or pUbUe I *.truetlolLat"th8
will also be available fop such public
-- and
: courthouse. Starke. Florida .. S..
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those that can be shared hearing together 'with alt supporting statements and '.Information, : All '."
Funeral Director Ambulance Servie without lessening -,those which interested persons are cordially' invited to participate In the jub- 1:

tic hearing and discuss the. school .progran. and- budget, for'- ,, this'" county' MOTOR OIL/ fORrODAY'S
when shared Our least PERFORMANCE
Oox., local funtnl bom a&blM u to offer conveniences aDd multiply. for the.ensuing fiscal year. k A, HIGHER

: ervice not otherwlM available. valuable possessions are those 1RADFORfl'COtTNTY BOARD OF' PUBLIC INSTRUCTION CARSToday's
which when divided are diminished. H. P. Morgan. Secretary. It 7/26 ; i HIGHER PERFORMANCE

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LJJ I 1 VVVVV 'v I -vv ,J-fJ-rFr.fJJ Our Master teacher gives, us --
NOTICE!: cars require
W. tuniAfc the hlfheit type tervtee at loweot pricef, an4 an excellent example'of how to Notice Is hereby-glven.that the following: described: land will be sold higher powered
auction Monday the 19th day of August 1967, at City Hail .' oil formulated to lubricate
use what you have in the 14th at public on a motor specially
AM life insurance in toned ANT the.aroonnt.duefor t'
aooept policy force* by Lawtey. County)'of Bradford. State pf Florida to pay '
: cempaD1U_ payment in'part or in full on a funeral I chapter of St. :Matthew when ,he taxes hedreiBl&elt'opposlt _to the name: .:.together withjtcosts: \ : ".of such_ : S ,' and protect under extreme conditions of temperature
I fed' sale and 3? / .
five thousand. It is within 1 .
: TROP-ABTTC meets "
CoDiultAt1oD carrie no eb1tpUan. CITY-OF LAWTEY WEST OF RAILROAD, t ; pressure.Phillips .
the of all of 195$ 1956 '
power us through : all '" '
using what we've got to' become G. 'W' Robert E. 125 ft. of, Lots 5-61Blk' 4 25O ; r these extreme. requirements helps
G. W. Roberts-E; 112 ft'of'Lot 4 Bik 4except B 50 ft 16.50. .I better longer I
possessed"of larger abilities and Earl Prevatt-Blh. 14 except Lot 7 .7.S0.J'IL cars perform ,',

resources. C. Harley-Blk 11 'ex Lot :3: 7.0u 7.50 .' -..:.,
UJ( 4.50
,E'lk 24 .
Est %
Geo. F;Young "
REVIVAL I ONE WEEK Most of us like wholesome en- R. 1..., Bradley-Ea t 20ft ftpf Diag Lot 7 '2.00. .r 6.50 .') ,J' ;
fcf ;: : 'a
tertainment, but do we attendour Alfonso Grlffis-Comm 4t a point .20 ft N ot.Cor, < :-" 'ri '"
St and : :''
'St andLake Ave bn W side of Stat > : :>
own movie theatre? I am run Ni 20 ft W 70 tN 20 ft W SO ft S 60 ft K" .. :0'J, '

SUNDAY, JULY 28 THRU AUG. 4 sure you have seen finer movie CITY OF 3OftN2OftgTOfttOPOB LAWTEY EAST OF RAILROAD.. ..' .' t 20.00' .22.00- i

houses, but this one will never Sadie Crawford-Lot S.- .- < '* %..002.5') t '

develop and become what we Joyce Callie West Bennett-Lot.210 Brown ft-W N&S% of by Lot 105 10A ft-EflrW-. 2.50 2.50,

ASSEMBLY OF GOD HWY.! 16 want it to be if we do not patronize S. M. Brown-E 15 ft of Lot 6 & E 54 ft of Lot 7 %.50 I .
it Jessie Armstead-Lots 3. 4. 5- & 6 of Lot IS tOO 4.501 ,'
Certainly we prefer Wilbur Jenkins-Lot, 7 of. Lot n" 1.90 1.50,
3 BLOCKS WEST OF STOP LIGHT first run pictures, but can the W. J. Barber_LotL SID of Lot 1JEd 1.00 1.50 i .
Denefield-N% of Lot IS '4.00 4.50
management afford them if we Joyce Walker-S%' of .Lot 15 :' 4.00, 4.50,
do not attend? Here again we Robert Scott-One- A In SE Cor of that portion or tot. 1-;; : -,
I 13 lying W of.old L/M Rd k c
refer you to Booker T. Washington Also S 39. ft of N 237: ft .o! Lot 5 ,. 2.00 .-; UO.
educator ft E&W by .274 ft N&S In. ; *e ,
outstanding who Bertha, Florence-Lot 100 '
i SW cor of Lot 17 ex S ,137 (t' %.00. 3.00)) -
also said in his Exposition Ad- -
Louisa. Brown-Lot,10 by 137 ft" In Lot 17 1.5C, Phillips 66 Trop-Artic Motor Oil Guarantees
dress in Atlanta, Ga. in, 1910: Also:. W%\ of E% of, N: 335 ft ,of .Lot Jl .ex, .N : ; 001 _
:::1 .
110 fr ,
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"The 'races will :
t always be as David Mack-Lot 100 ft E&W by-SllNiS In Lot 17 2.00. 2.50';! "
!E separate in the South aa the five Clifford Kelly-Lot..40 ft E&W by 346 N&S In Lot 17 ,2.)0' 2.50' :: ,'- (,

the hand". Don't look Also Lot 36' r .15.00 .
fingers on lUOt '
E120 ft 18 5.00 "
J. D. SeymourW"60" ft'of >: 94 ft 'of Lot ;!
forward to going to the other. Robert Austin Lot-80 ft. E&W by 102 ft N&S In Lot 18 .{ "b 2.50, : : VA ; : .
theatres. "Use what M.' L.' Crews-Lot' 19 : >i- .. ? ...._ :%.00, -l?. %.5'>' ,. ; ..-' .
t_ .- -'. you've got"A John Godwto-Lot 20 zone. lot In ,NW Cor 100' 'F ':' : "J..l."
; :' remodeling! program Is" under "" X&S by 400 ft E&W ,1.80, 7.o: jj '
-. $ Arthur Lee-Lot 23A ex"N 100 ft 4,09 f 4.50;, ,' ? '
war now to make it more comfortable .: ;
; 'i 1.50
Freddie Ifell\-Lot 24
-t : ,..
::1 *. -. : a: for you.challenge Frank &. Lull Bell...-Lot 25 .. ._. 1.50 .. ',. .
Florence Belt W'55 ft of'Lot 26 & 26A ',. 0< :.'. 2.50 ;- -
We- ,you, dear read- .J., W. .Barber-Lot,27: H- .. UO 1.50 I'
ers, to be among the few who Also N% of Lot 57 ..2'OI ". 2.50 ..-ij ,.
Benjamin Finn-Lot 50 x 50 West of Rd In Lot. 3.00 3.50
+: 11: will dream of foundations and Robert 'Franklin-Lot .100 ft.by ZOO In Lot 84 200" 2.50 i' -
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t .
i great super structures to,' satisfy i Lucille Kittles:-Lot 1 $/D. of ,Blk 16 \-> i M %.Clc., 1.50 : Lubrication plus Engine. Protection thaf what you
Harry: Kittles-Lot i In Wk 16 'an4 W .l".\c.of Lot.U t UQf.,. 2.59 >
t I the needs. of mankind., "The,Jessie Lee Barber So:1651 off Lot 3| 2.5C 4 get with TROP-AKTIC 'AH-Wealher Motor Oil h lubricates and :
dreamer dies, but 'never ,dies the' Lula Britt-WestJ A, of Lot .33
: dream," We dream of 'a beautiful: Joseph, Britt-Lot 33 ex VAc on W side .- .2.50 ... season of tfwjrear.Compared to ashionedy
J.' J.: Smith-On*, Acre ,\Vest. of Rd. :.. i Z.OO ; 9t every _
I theatre in Reno with ,neon ,lights! Gloria Peeple-: 150 fct'E of .Rd In Lot 35.-=, : =. -:,'r. motor oils it can evejii 4<>uW. engine Efe., ? _ ;
) Albert Johnson-OneAc in NE Cor iof Lot that flicker< off and on and Jesj May Smith-Lot 37'- T ; : ,."1.00-' OUR.GUARANTEE: Try a aankease full of TROP-ARTIC Motor
nightly first run pictures. It can1done. Willie Lee-Lot 42 ., j.ea; :
.t t Fannie Stewart-Lot U and N 1/3 of Lot 4. ''.'-_ itto %..511J. Oil for ten days cr up to l/XXt miles. If.you completely _ _
{ be if you use what, you'vegot ,W. Robinson-Lot 4j- an* Lot. 46 :'except N 1/3 and 51/3". 2.5Q satisfied that TROP-AJMIC lives up to oB the claims made for it, '
1 Mary Kittlesr-Lots: 50 'and 504 .. 2.00 "' U 0 Phillips$ 66 Dealer will gladly! drain and refill your car's '

We wander through sectionsof ,Charier: lnLOt5 LedbetterLot.! :320., ft. NA3-. by 400 ft, E4W.. _3.00 your aankcas with any:oJher ova3abJe.on you prefer,at.na addtfonaf !-, i

: Reno and see' evidences of James Lewis Ba:Ber-Lot ,100 ft NAS: by 400 ft E&W Ift "-'i expense to you; Could anything be fairer Change today 5 4y
SEI Cor of Lot 52 ,. *. J.DO 3.00 trademark
I Oil
.. home improvement and beautification to Phillips 66 ttOP-ARTIC All-Weather
.. u. Albirtha .Willianis-409 ft- E&W. by ?7t22NAS 1.Lot II. .UO '
11 "Rer. and Mrs.\ 'Geo. M.\ 'Osborne and Son, George I 1 which, symbolic':' of R., :W. Mosley.NW; Cor'.oMk-Stf of Lot 14. 57'and. I'Lot E of cam to.' 3.00- I >WUPS'PHROLEUM COMPANY '5*

what had in
MayorJackson CITY OF LAWTEY '- OTT'S St'.DI\1810. '
EVANGELIST MUSICIANS\ mind when he declared th& first Sam Brown' -Lot'4. ". '. 30.I1$. 20.50
; JoaK1ng-SU-'tL of lI"ft'ot'Jjot $
week in Mayas' Clean ,Up Wee] Sam;Brown-One-third lat in S 290 ft of Lot f S.001: 8.50 I
Special ,Music Each Night ,Public Invited in Starke. Let's "make" every J. L: Nicholson-Lots-,10-&'ULlzxi ., 2,01 2.50 PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN
our ifcGuir.,Est=Lot: 1J '. 4.H
week a clean up week'in, ; C. C.,.Ander w-.LotiOO. 1|. fjaaitb'NB, CeIi"ofL ;t IS "101} &5Q > AND JEROME.JOHNS. W
beautiful city. It's wonderful -- *- .:: Ct.t: >.lA-KddUk.Clt7Cl.rk4" ,I VICINITY BY 1 OIL
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: also formerly collector of customs Board ."in order to complete the !School Bradford 4-H Boys, *

Joe Hill %Williams I for the District of St. Report Proposes site and make it more useful"-the Disrepair School 1 Board'sIncreased

Marks. Active in political life ar report said. "Additional land to PEACOCKS About 20 ,Bradford County 4-R

the west should also be obtainedto Cited In ReportContinued boys left Monday to ,attend 'a
a loyal Democrat, he was formerly MISSING
increase the site to at least 10 week's at Cherry Lake 4-H
New School HereContinued Funds ,camp :
At 69 Florida
I chairman of the
Dies I State Democratic. Executive acres." S ( fr m Page 1)) There's a peacock being camp in Madison County.

I He member tI Negro Schools: The survey ministrative suite.. The team recommended held somewhere in the area County Agent George Huggins
Committee. was a ( Page 1)
I (Continued from Page 1)) of the Florida Bar Association team recommended that three that the new plantbe Bring Relief that Is wanted 'ery badly will accompany the boys at .the

the parts by a paved street. Negro primary schools Water constructed from one to two back at home. The peacockand camp which is operated by the'
Association of
father was a native of South and the Bar Brooker Elementary:. As a Oak, Thurston and"Hampton miles southeast of the present its mate have been Agricultural Extension Service.

Carolina, who moved to Suwan- Eighth Judicial CircuitMr. part of the maintenance programthe Training'- abandoned and the schooL Continued from Page 1)) owned only & week by little The group is scheduled to'. return

nee County in the .early l&SO's, : Williams was a memberof entire building should be renovated students transported to R.J.E. elementary Michael !Marco son of Dr. about noon on Saturday.

where he became one of the the Baptist Church and was ," the report said., The report described primitive The team in recommendingthe needed repairs. and Mrs. S. R. Marco\ who Huggins said that a special

pioneer turpentine and rosin: formerly affiliated with the B. "The entire plant should be :::onditions at these schools _with new school to relieve crowded Funds for. the :auxiliary far- llvee on the Ralford Road. feature of the camp wiU be .an

manufacturers.Mr. P. 0. Elks Lod e.in. Gainesville. painted inside and outside in ord- ..jumps'supplying water 'and pit conditions at Starke Elementary vices I lunchroom and buses The birds, 'valued at' $M electric clinic,, sponsored by' REA
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Surviving are his widow Mrs. er to protect the buildings as wellas i privies serving as t6iletz.The considered all classrooms; have been raised $20,000 from each were presented to cooperatives. Four cr five boys
local schoolsat
attended : ,
Butler and received his 1 1I[Jessie Pittard Williams., and to provide more attractive sur- plant at the' Hampton the 'high school side of Washington $68,000 to 88000. Michael on his birthday last, from each county will participate
Lake I for the school ''"consists of a one-room street as high, school classrooms.L : in the two
B.1 1 I three daughters: Mrs. William iDundings occupants.: fI Funds for capital o tIay tooka week. But yesterday :when i day program: studying

advanced training at.John Cob, West Palm Beach: Mrs.C. The report' commented that frame building! which' ,at one time Some of these rooms are big jump,' from, $5,000 last yearto Michael and his mother 'returned 1 such topics as welding motors

Stetson Univerrty, where he "Natural and artificial lighting contained 'two' unsatisfactory being used for ,Elementary studentS and farm wiring, Huggins said.
A. Armstrong, Pensacola; and $61. this year. These funds home, the birds were
obtained his law degree in 190S. Mrs. M. L. Compton, Bartow; satisfactory.. However, lighting classrooms. separated by 'movable ,-' missing. The'entire group, will also participate -
will be used,to make a beginning
On graduation the age of 19. could and should be improved partition. The wooden floor is.3plinterd Create Room in part of the program.,
to be admtted! and .six grandchildren. walls and full of.-cracks the on ,some ,of the recommendationsmade Reports received by .Sirs.
he was too young by painting all classroom Transfer of these ntudenti to "The'emphasis at the camp'wU
Marco indicate that the
,Active pall earers ,st the in _the recent School Plant
to, the tar under the state's regulations -I and ceilings to provide a' better report said. S the new classrooms would, create peacocks were taken for be mainly on recreation," the

but was admitted to funeral Wednesday afternoor ;Eflectlng surface. Floors ,are in About the same conditions exist adequate room for high school Survey, report.Another .. 5 stray birds and taken into, county agent .said, "includlnj;

practice two years, later, in 1910. ![were C. A. 'Roberts, Hal Y poor condition and should be sand- Thurston and Water Oak, students during the next five point about. the new It three good meals a day"
custody by some boys.
He had law offices in Starke i Maines, J.. C. Adkins Jr., L. G., ed, ,sealed with a penetrating according tot the descriptions. Enrollment -i years,. the team predict budget which. is pleasing to school Is reported that one of the

and then I Corbin. T.. E. Duncan.. and Ceci1I floor seal, and waxed. The entire at' the Water Oak school S officials is that less milage wlil '
from 1912 to 1918 returned -
should built
The new school be peacocks was turned over C of C MeetingThe
to Lae} Butler, where he ,I Douglas. Honorary pallbearer? :lassroom building .should be repaired is only, 15 pupils. with an initial capacity of 344 have to be used to.meet the coun- to the zoo after the boys

has practiced fince. In recent I I were member of the Bar Asso painted and put into bet- I Of the Lawtey Training".runior'' students the'report raid, but ty's share of the Minimum Foundation had failed in attempts to Chamber of Commerce
ter condition. Toilet floors
office in 1 ciation of the 8th Judicial Circuit room High School the report said that Program. This means' that
years he reopened an hould be tiled or sealed and should be planned. have an find the owner. The fate of Board of Directors will meet

Starke in partnership with :MackS. I and other figures in public painted and additional facilities "none of the facilities "in this ,ultimate capacity of 600. more millage can be used to bringin the other bird is not known.So Monday July 29, at 1:15: p. Hi.

Futch, but retired from this life. rovided for the boys." building are satisfactory. Major alterations recommended funds for local use. U anyone has any Information in the Chamber office MrS: Marion .

about a year ago. The report proposed that the for Bradford High School include This waa brought about entirelyby concerning the Howe, Chamber director,
Negro CutI "The site could be improved by nine acre site of the ,R J JL schoolbe peacocks, please contact '
the in assessments on said this week.
in pub- jump
During hiri long career proper landscapes and organiz-I expanded to 15 or 20 acres. rewiring and relighting the Marcos.
served both I Two Negro farm hands were the parts of the building, remodeling the new roll. Even though the The budget and Trances 'of
lie life he has ng play areas, report com-I "The plant is new, 'modern and in

Starke and Lake Butler as | charged with disturbing the nented. "The main entrance. good condition except ,for a number homemaking ,rooms and addinga county's share of the MFP has increased the Chamber will be discussed..,

I peace by fighting after a fracas drive to the school should be pav of broken window glasses, new room to provide class- from $60,997 to $63,261 Mrs. Howe said.
mayor and was eected to the Saturday on a Brooker farm the increase in assessments will -
ed. and loose acoustical ceiling tile," rooms for two homemakingunits
State Legislature from nra.d!:::-j during which one of the men received > require less millage to raise this ,
The survey recommenced no the report said. It also noted that remodeling the science ,
County in 1915. He served for cuts which sent him to F major alterations for the'Starke "some of the chalk boards have rooms, and converting the old :amount. Sell It Rent ft Trade

20 years as county prosecutmg Gainesville hospital. elementary School which was completed been very badly chipped and the canning plant into an industrial Last ;year 11.18 mills were .

attorney and county attorney for Receiving the knife woundr. I in 1955, but proposed thata boys' toilet room was 'very dirty." arts shop. S needed to raise the fund necessary -;

Union County, and in 1939 be- was Bill Hand. He is reported. library be constructed. Of the Jenkins School, the report Alterations.. for Minimum Foundation Pro WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

*assistant! rate's attorneyfor in "fair" condition at the hos- said that "the' site Li unde-
came Privately ,owned property at the [ Alterations recommended for gram. This year 10.38 mills win, ..

the. Eighth* Judical Circuit, pital. The other man is Lucius northeast and southwest corners veloped an4 is in need' of clearing Hampton Elementary' include be required. This means that 9.62 "

a position that he occupied at Carter. Bonds were set at $35 of the Elementary School property and improving." :WORDS. OR LESS OaehisflI.a (M1itaui Charge) _;. .f'
used for local funds
and mills' be
rewiring; installing elec- can
the time of his death He was for each of them. I:should be obtained by the School Despite' all of the recommendations tric new EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 __ .__-_-;--4f Pee We r4.
for renovation, 'and more fixtures in the present as compared to. only 8.82 mills '30% DISCOUNT ON: REPEAT INIERTJO4S SAME AD

.,c.w III, ,. "J..-' "'''' 1 ,'". .r---.' I>. ;, ,n .' !.m.. "" 'o'W'; :' "' ,.,.7 '>."" ..,A.ry! :. '.2:';:!,L'd, ."..f!'] adequate maintenance, the finan- building, 'land providing adequate I last'year. S5 ADDITIONAL FOR BLI>D ADS. OR ADS.XOT PAID IN: ,ADVAlSCE.:

I qF cial condition will make the fulfillment toilet r facilities.; I Since' ;the county's share of
II } School 'CLASSIFIED DISPLAY :..;. f 1.25: Per'lick '
I of these programs harj S i Superintendent Harmon funds for the' Minimum Founda: ----- First Jj11.

f ivr SV > to accomplish,'School Superintendent Morgan said this week that tion Program 'is based on the $1.00 PER INCH FOR 84MB AD'REPEATED ONE OR MORE TUl$9

MSM: "*-Jsammaam*; >$&t Harmon a tond issue' will have to be
Morgan'said.. undertaken state in assessments it '
average CARDS OF TII... K.Up To BO Wcrdi) _____ ____ ,. I3.W
Morgan noted that the picture if any of the recom- is evident that Bradford's assessments OVER 50 WORDS --5--- 4 Ceati per Word ... ,

this year with $30,000 in the bud- mended projects other than ad- have increased. more_rapidly "
.. get for maintenance is consider ditional classrooms are to be this than the state' aver- RESOLUTIONS :.. .. '
year MEMORIALS AND -- ----: 4 C Bt. P.r W4
{ <' 2v ably brighter than last year whenthe completed. ,
: c' f\ > : .' age, Morgan said.
schools went begging even for Before bonds
can be issued A public hearing on the new POWER MOWERS: FOR RENT at FOR RENT One and two bed
the most basic maintenance.And they must be approved by one Tlny. 66 erv1ce., 411 S. WalnutSt. room furnished apartment Clued
pji ; if the maintenance allotments more than 50 'budget, published in this issue of Also new' mowers for Sale. in. DeslrabJ location. W.. H.

can hold to this level for freeholders per cent of the the. Telegraph will be held in the Easy payment plan. Pay while ',,Nollman, i:$ W. Madison tfchy
of the county who you mow. Buy where you qanget
the next five years, perhaps a con- are registered for School Board office on Aug. 2. fervlce on what ,you buy. FOR SALE-Young Angm :Bull*;
election. tfchg Will sell at beef
price Phone
: ; siderable portion of the
proposalscan Bond Issue 285. Doyle E. Conner In*. tfchg

I the School WHEN IN NEED ORS Get them
c BVE. Board will not need S now(, pay M 700 rjflt.

MPf-MPBx vIP \* s .. m.x Mv.\ *v. '? So/7 Fumigation !to; issues ,bonds for a*'figure' as jTQfcSpIL, ; Ask-LaCY for Fenway our ,J easy Sales'budget'and,Service.! tertaa.
I N S$* *&$&>.%***'*-v 4 A"fey y*.%*t-xy. v. > *: .* ) T Jytv vr.T.s >yyjy. vI <(VERDIOT OP ,THE AGES ;,,. :- Dnlon Iua
I I1iiiirwI:1nTm-1.-: j :::: :. .,__. ) high ,as" ,$450,000 since the : : vStatlan 'Stark,1 Fit.
( BUDDAII 550: B. C., ,
j Uetg
I 5- '
; School .Board I'i, FILL DIRT '
Demonstration plans;to'obtain additional : i-S 'S .
v.. % S 'C 4).1 : NOT :
\v ,
: ,
funds from
v fff ) the .sale of .ALLYPES. ., ,
---.-----,-.-. S 't us-d' INTOXICATE AND DISTURB, a 'makee'andmo4eI'suto5.J... UJI
the e -
.5 V bt u ..A:5soIl: treatment- operations property 'and other THE REASON"; TRACTOR WORK, S >and : vj.'::: Installation. 'tr..J' tbezher4'a.

; n property funds, which were not 55 .- :$ :, 'tfehgFORSALSr
methods (
,' crop
f considered: the. survey team's 1" ANDJ: r rl z'I"X iConcre't*
damaging will .be EYANSTON'HUNOIS)
nematodes, Blocks ,'>J-
4 3TSUPERCUSHIONS5 estimates. 47e tach. FOB -y&r4.M
: conducted, Friday Corning: at 91 .v S 'I.ightBulldozmg"W.t. : tar, Mix. Cement. Sand eVan4
't :The; ,.estimates of costa for new '0"" Aluminum Window:' Also" ready

: / S '* a: m. on the farm of Pete'Griftb clasfroom r;! ,, alone-12 at the "'1 ,. ... .THIGPEN, ,JR.BL mixed L concrete.. '.dfercl BarlneeTing --
new ""
onf'Grfls : : 'Ca', Phono 4. tfcht
Loop roadr.it
: !
IJ. $ and five 2 Box Jtf-fi Alton B& ,
at R.
:"Even though this demonstration ? l ([ > J. E.pt1d .-- -
field WRGRWl
: 2974Stark.Sl
GQOD/VEAR will'be centeredaround ;, total 'over $300,3O.J .. ,. S PB' ', '..' .' ed apartments .'for- rent.. PtopaUS.
1 Yident.that this .' W. T. Jackll n. ?' ttcht
I .strawberries th / same; considerable would take : ,.H.G.! !! R.(t=",E"ON.E to-.h" ';c& !, 11-. : f

r Tire value unmatched ,at practices .can'be appli S --'I' 'i' !. ing 'traWr
to the $192,000 ; ; t ; : quarters, cabins.
,.crops such tas pepper, and Capital OURTr. ;ANNITERSART park, Choice ''location., ',Wr-'H
I. this rock-bottom'price eggplant," G. Outlay funds which the, County The Music& Ne"f'StaUon RADIOS REPAIREDCHAS. PhelL Palatka. Tla. Pbone; Bait(

I County (Agent" T. will receIve ithe 'In-'Starke,? All lI.b. An ...delateai.saM. ,- 5.31111.. '- -stp.7-t4
said. over next five r .
Hug hs. ,, .' C1t.rpotI :- .flt.teet ,. ; I -
v ;:
Nematodes and other soil in- years., ,\ S S ."CV 8I1EP ERD' i. FOR' RENT-Two bedroom blocV

To follow. .up on the 'Z' : 5 -: SSI I 1 DS W. CallSt., .' StarkPk.,., .. .'S3f. house unfurnlahed. BaXI' 'car.
'survey '
sscts have consid'erabledaitage '
'Ono '
caused block 6l School. ATporL
$ $1295 We.Do All .The Work ) pprt -
toK 'crops'in .'Bradford the. .school board: must'submit a Too Do All J 1iIA.VtWJ'J(1ITSTONE .One ,block. of chaol.Pho '

: u" *.... ..: County, in recent years, Huggins priority ulistto,(the State' Boardof The' RESTS The' Perry-Van; Show s% PAm'l STATE BANK, -, KEY- :' : 137.. .' ,_ : -. J debt'
\ : ;. Education 12:35-$::00. rscopKibls .' said urging'JfarmenAo'attend for approval Funds STONE HEIGHTS,t PIJU. ,, FOR. SALE Gulf |
.. :\
.5 ; BEE FDIC.U Hefyhts. PhOne 9f'r'
'. 1 this demonstration when methodsfor the projects will be spent according S. '. .' .. ',"'-4tll\ "
.. -... .. .
to the iI : .1 L
combatting the parasites will priority list, with Monday thra Friday FOR SALE-82 I gallon Electric FOR SALE Copperskin .Port Rica
4 6.00 x 16 for older models classrooms. Two elements. '
Water Heater.
be gaining
$ explained. top priority. Sweet Potato vines. Miss Id*
S: \ of Plymouths, Fords, Chevrolets II95JL Survey RequiredA 6:00: Sign on and News Good Condition. See* .at Gay'sHome Merritt. RJ. 100, ne.ar' S tfch '
'Appliance. ?
6:05: The Clockwatcher1 Bridge 2tp71ZSTWO
Nashes, and Stude- school .
survey by the
/ State
Cattlemen 'Farm Unit 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon- '
S bakers ae4 rt(8 Department is J100.00 FOR YOUR TV in trade.on BEDROOM upstairs: ftpatf-
: required before
,.11II ,
"' Will Meet day and Tuesdays only) 21 Inch Motorola Lowboy. at S ment for rent 509 Center. St.-Trt.; :
FridayThe Minimum '
I Foundation Capital 55-W. thg2
6:45: The Clockwat;her Dahmers. : tfcbffI.Ut -1

: Outlay funds can be spent. Capi 7:00 First News. of The World FOR SALE I,
Bradford County Cattlemen's tal YourProperty For Sale WHfcFarn
outlays funds Rldlnjc Law Mower and 4 Wheel
3-T DeLuxeSUPERCUSHIONS are spent on Roundup ,
.. Home aid B..I.... Property .
Assn. and Farm Bureau will Trailer. S130J3P Cask. Coataet I)*
4 construction
and renovation of 7:15 The Clockwatcher Free Ope Uuttmgm .
Witt Crews, 3 sallea oat no Ra'-
I meet jointly at 7.30 pjnFriday school plants. Jokvle D...... Represectatlve 'I ford Ru. 2p frJA
7:20 Bulletin Board Of The Air -
in the Lion's Den. Pat Miller, P. O. Box SOT Starke, Fla.S S
The reprt stated: "This survey 7:30 Weather Around The Na- ... S.. AH Ml Phoae WaUoHOfcart i
president of the Cattlemen will L 8-2S31 tfIT.
by report 1a. primarily advisory. tion

I : : preside. S although the Florida School! 7:35: Clockwatcher'. S S AVON' : are .,. demaad'BOW '
The program will feature a discussion S 301 INVESTMENTS
more baa evT'be,ore.Y.eran .,
GOOD,1iEAR of .livestock'conditions Laws,, ,do provide that Minimum \7:50: .. World, National,., State'aii4.. I corals' hours to salt ,..... eoa*
: < Foundation. .Program : Sporta News S 660 tert road tr.mtge _Idbt'-: vealeae*. Noesperie eneetuarr..
which were brought ,out at the CapitalS Browi.
t twrra .Htarke u4 Latrtry. SeetlvsI. i We trala. Writ flea. Bfeta
I L mid-year state cattlemen's',association Outlay, and Debt Service' Funds 8:05: The 'Clockwatcher rapidly dIYI'lOlUsU, COT K>9 8. B. he Avew, Cal.e.Ttlle. P1*.

must be in 8:45: Radio Chapel (Ministerial .r'.e aad I terma.S80 .
l 5.3. meeting held recently in spent accordance with WAITRESS .WANTED-Apply aftl

95 CJewiston. Taking part in the i a program based upon a survey. Association) feet jB..:Soulk of Lawtey at a '12 noon. B. & G. Truck Stop Res

bargain 15 discussion will be Doyle Conner, This report should serve as a 9:00: 'Five, minute. summary ,of; prle*' yea earn well .afford t. par.8TABKB tstirnt'S. tfchg p :,

UlilS Z. W. Hamilton and Frazier.Shaw.S guide, for ,the ,annual ,expenditureof :News t ,- : .FOR. SA'LEacr, ,U icj, J hear.)
4E prcedaf ...bY. e those funds 9:05 The.. Chatterbox. with .Betty f S "OJ---; Ing -pecan 'grove ;Oft thwayiLTwo'
', flit HI MSelect < THE RIGHT POINT for the! and for the expenditure Gray :2:'uw:...... In different'cettloM .I ,mites from City fofs Stark>
: of 'See' -o.ner' In pink ha\ie -adjoining -
any funds derived of the City. Prleed rlgktwltrea v,
way you write. Come In and select from the 10:00 Cedriqi Adams Show .able terai. land or' J. 0. Graham. Rt. 2.
: ,
.. further issuance of 721'WANTEDY&ri'worI
: your favorite ESTEBBROOfi 10.30 Music ,For The Missus Pox 84-L. S ttp
'- Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH bonds or certificates of indebtedness Lot' *. lat. .a..,. I.t" of ..... SfPthr : \ .
11:00 Five of fiykIII&l
minute .
by the State summary .. today If you waat' 't* bay before
'--'- Board of Education News ,rI... ..,..c-e. .Reasonable ;.. E. (lreen. 70S N.'Orange 8t UpWR
against'the .
5'S: S and save from our SPfCD- Minimum anticipated 11:05: .Music 'For The Missus trrmo.- 11 HAVE'a new loan program for
Foundation ,
Program 11:30 Farm firmor.' Loans of 1 to S yearpfor'
: Roundup FARMS
Capital Outlay and the entire credit requirements
'S stock of'3T NYLON Debt Service 12:00: Public Service '! of the farmer and his fam
.. new Funds of Bradford We have tken aid we want yon
County. Production. CredltAlIoclatlon |
S 12:15: Second News, of The' World lo aee wfcat w. kate to offer. ily. Gainesville
S .' VO North Main.Oalnfiiville. .

DeLuxe Super-Cushions Roundup SEE rS TODAY P11.FOR tfchg
Mrs. Ely Stewart 12:30 Weather Around The Nation
: RENT-Two. bedroom' house
; :- b- n one Tell vs what yoa want. Let as kelpyoa.
and bath. Newly painted. '130 per J
s ., Taken 12:35: The Perry Van Show Tkafa wkat we are here for. month C'all'l71.. n Itehg J
., CHAIN SAWHoffco's 1:00 Five minute summary of FLORIDA REALTY CO. FOR SALE-Two story house to b_. \
GOOD/1TEAR moved from 715 N. Temple Aye
Nfws Of Starke
i write Mr. Kirk
Funeral services for Mrs. Elva Interacted parties ,
1:05 The Show
Ogden P. O. Box 1IS9.; Jackson
: : Safer Ledoux Stewart, 61, were held 2:00 Five minute summary of 111 N. Walnut St. Tel, 38! I I IPOOL. yUle or ,Phone Elgin 9-SIC7..
t : ? Tuesday at ,10 a. m., ,at the News Starke tfchg I
Stronger 1
\$1995 ; graveside: in Crosby Lake Cemetery '2:05. The"Perry. Van Show. \ MAN OR WOMAN to :taie over
Nylon ROOM for, .aale-Alr condi route of eitabllsbed customers IB
; with
the :
Rev. 3:00 Five minute of
'Raymond : summary tioned. Fair outlines W H.Phel Starke. Week)? profits of |SO.O$
Sale Priced : MacBlaine officiating.r- News !. Palatka. Fla. Phone ESUIL or more at start pOllllble v: No ear

-c NuIN ra'Stewart died at,her'home 3:05 S: The) Perry'Van Show HP. 7-1 or other Investment nececsarf.'
Will help you get started Writ
% ,: : S in Starke" Sunday ,morning fol- 4:00 Five minute summary of FOR SALE-U d 17 Inch' T.V. Sets C It: Ruble. Dept.t-4..'The J. R.
s \ V.J Chaia Sow, tlcb Watkins Company. Memphis, t,
witkits VariSpMlTroiumUtIo ,
\ 5- S lowing'an ,illness of several News. J49.95 at Shepherd ;r- I
Get tire extra fclowout protection of % g'vtt ipted for tghltwH Teni. :"i2! I
.5 months. 4:05 At YO .
-- A native of : Request
Washington "
S exclusive 3-T : ron SALE2-0ne good used Blackstone -
Goody-ear's Triple-Tempered end for .
? "g power leavy-duty FOR. SALE-New Crop Pensacola.Babla .
DC.he had 6:00 W R G R News Parade Washer.Perfect
served in the Automatic
k Nylon Cord at a bargain price leIGng-ot: the. COIl ol ONE chaU; to* Navy Horn Appliance. grass seed. $25.00 per 109.Dr. .
condition., *
end in,,W, Slop ia M* it 1 U octloa! i.JayiK. ; it I/a-
N. Walnut St.
'6:10 WRGR News Parade S ?
the; Starke Chapter, O.' E.S., .

:' Terms low $125 a'.1. and a. past matron of? the W 1do (State and Local) TERRATRAC MODEL "SOO Crawler FOR. SALE: -Wertlnghovse. Ylnk 'ariof
/ as as O' 6:20 WRGR News Parade Tractor with 15 Inch track for dishwasher Reg. IUU5.S TJ

v: /,. Chapter, E. S. ale.. See' Mrs. Louise Newman, price J3JM5., This appliance,wlU ,
Surviving are two daughters, (Sports and'Weather) Brooker Rd. or call 76 between S be reduced |5 each 'week'until
6:30"Revolving Bandstand a.m. and < p.m. daily. Up sola Blade r.u Co. '* tfchg
week tires 5 Doris K. Stewart' of Starke, and
puts you on new 7OONEWSIC (News and Mu- I
Mrs. W. H. Keller of Gainesville; WANTED-Job a* maid or Restaurant FdR RENT-Five room furnished
ale) work See Gertrude Carter. house. Close In. R. F. Demorest.--
I three sons, James T. Stewart of 8:00 Sign' Off ,Knight Quarters. UpSUISTANTIAL Itt ,Park Place. ftp III

5 ,MORE PEOPLE ,RIDE! ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND .. San Salvadore, British West SaturdaySame WANTED-Carpenter' Jobs" br the I

Indies. Ledoux C. of Miami ,and REWARD for Information hour. H,- ,Johnsohr' Rt.- 1. :Box.
& J. 'GARAGE schedule as above except! ,or return of black band ..
Vivian C. Stewart Jr. of m-A. Starke. ,ltp
Olym- 1 to 6 p. nu Road Show bag, 'containing valuable Jewels,,
pia. Wash.; her mother, Mrs. Sunday papers money and keys, lost or FOR RENT-Nicely (furnished four

I h.GOODMAN'S !/ Mile Sooth on U.S.-301 Ida Mae Howe Ledoux of Washington 7:30 Sign On Religious programs stolen while moving from my from car Lawter July lit to; shade room trees.cottage..Large. Plenty screened of front Cool
Service Station ; and a brother* Landerville Starke. Marion E. McConnell, Rt '
until 1:00 D:' m. Starke. ltp; porch. Two adults or couple with
Phone 474RStarke Ledoux 'of Washington D. C. .Sun- 1. Bo 2l7-Br "nil chlM.. Located at ST W..
1:00 to 6:00 The
SEEBER D. GOODMAN : : p. m. Call St. Phone 113-J.' ltch'
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral .
U. S. 301 at South City Limits Florida. ;: :day'Shq'' : .t J,000.09. Convenient terms. ,Gn)r .
Home of Starke waa in chargeof 6:00 to 8OOp. m, See Bchtdule LOST-Pair Brown Horn-rim-read'
S.. S Andrew, Phone 3S3 or ,379-W. ing glasses In restaurant. Please

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