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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'; kki ; t ., Appraising MORE HAVEN'T** U. S. Nabs 10 Here On Shine Counts;

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; .''''I\\\1 I j Route The namesof a1Jo"t P'\t:6new :I: '
On U. S. 301 '
-' ',' .vote 'have, bee :f 1ed

t f fI to 1,the:..''tit 's'r' Et f''tl 16n' Conspiracy Charge Seen In Offing

I 4 I II I Appraisers this week began books, since the books: open,

evaluating property along U. S. ed on July .11 .-,but/tiire: __ I ..

301 north of Starke in preparation are many 'moip rsoi ii.S".eli

I for obtaining the rights-of-way gibleto, 'vote Iii the* ijcUy F Nabbed Culminates 3.Month Investigation --.1-
Fugitive -

.: --' II I, for the planned fourlaning'proj.' election,, who City,have Clerk not:'Cart registered *rt1i Stills Smashed, Vehicles, Gear Seized '* 'j..1


rr I ectThus with this step the preparations Johns emphasized this week. In
Assault
I II though" running: too slowto Only one more week remains CaseWillie Ten men were arrested in Bradford County by federal

suit most citizens, are reportedto 1 for persons wishing agents this week-on charges of violating federal liquor lawsin
I Futch Named Ass't. State AttorneyMack be running smoothly. to vote in the election .Sept. to still be
an investigation reported going on.
10. The books will close at
The principal dark cloud one Keaton Bradford
; County
S. Futch 29-year-old Florida in 1950. that is still on the horizon, is, the noon, on,Saturday, Aug. 10. ,' _t ,' An agent of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Unit of the
Negro sought since
Starke attorney,' was': appointed His college career was inter- old question -: Where is the money A number of C people' are last Marchon Treasury Department told the Telegraph Wednesday that

assistant sta.te. attorney for the rupted for a little more than a' coming. from to purchase the confused. ,about the'registra charges of aggravated as- the arrests did not complete the investigation and more war

8th Judicial District' by Gov. Le- year by service in the, Navy. rights-of-way? A deal had been tion procedure, believing- sault 'on a woman store mana- rants are to be executed.

toy Collins last Thursday to Futch served as county prosecuting worked out with the State Road that regsiration''on the- ger and assault and battery on
Conspiracy charges are also
succeed the late Joe Hill Wil attorney in 1953 and was Dept. for a loan to finance the .. county books entitles them.tovote'iin Gunman
', the city'election: a customer' the store, was Ghostly expected to be forthcoming
liams. *?' appointed county attorney and venture but the confirmation of

Futch, who has offices in the pre.secuting attorney in Septem- this plan seems ,to be hazy. If it as well as the county. i captured Tuesday night near against a person or persona

Winkler building on Temple ber' 1956..He is aIm attorney for goes through this loan would,be "This is.not the case,"the Florahome by a highway patrol- thought the to moonshine be the "silent daddy"of

avenue i is-;also county attorney the paid for out of future secondaryroad city clerk stressed. "The JRattling-' Mystery Shots operationshere
and
,. City of Lawtey a member funds. county registration books men.Since the agent said.
county prosecuting attorney and. of the board of directors of '
Up to this point most of the are definitely separate from : fleeing after the knife Arrested this week were J.Maurice' .
attorney for, the hospital board. the Bar Assn. of the 8th Julicial incident in the
.. the city books and have Call street store
deeds have been prepared for Aimed At Edwards Jr. 28, a for
He will continue in these posts. Circuit"I to do with. Keaton has been in CopA
signing and placed in the: handsof nothing city Maryland, mer candidate for Bradford
Mr. William, who had been am extremely 'honored at I elections." Pennsylvania and.
the appraisers .and abstracts Virginia, County Commissioner; NoonenM.

Assistant ','state' attorney since. receiving the. appointment"Futch I After the appraisal has een To vote' in the city. el $. Sheriff, P. D. Reddish .said. policeman's life can bet f dan- Bradley, 28, of near Starke
1&39, died Sunday of last week. said "and wilt'fulfill the tion person must be registered -
made it will be presented to the Keaton is accused of menac- gerous. Vasco Forsyth of Starke; Truby
Futch 1ssa" native of this area, duties of the office to the best State Road Board and'the County on the city books.' ing Miss Margaret Jones, mana- Clarence Slade 31, of Hampton;
This fact
born at Lake. He..I Lva of was grimly brought
Kjngsley,' my ability. officials for approv8.l.Upon ger of the Bottom Dollar, witha home to Policeman Carl 'Fillyaw "Son" Fred Williams 44, Negro,
graduate 'of Bradford'High Futch is married to the formre of'the
appraisal
approval Probes Ordered knife ,and striking Roman Al- ot Starke; Richard Dexter Fost-
School and received his law decree Adeline two last Wednesday night when he
Ebnet and they have negotiation for the right-of-way
varez, a customer in the store, became er 24, Glen St. Mary, Ernest Edwin -
from the University of children.Political canbeginifthemoneybavailable. the target for pistol
after Alvarez tried to. aid Miss shots which Johnson 25, Maoclenny
'unexpectedly began
Jones.It Paul Peterson, 40, Jacksonville;
I r I Scene ..1 5 Years LeviedIn Done blazing out of the night. Lawrence Henry Kitchens, 56,

I I is expected that inform- Evidence that the hidden
New Mot Court gun Jacksonville and John Maccua
or
ations will be filled against Kea-
man meant business
Mrs. Ruby Johns Randal .Chitty Cutting CaseA Grady (Varnes of .Sampson City ton changing the charge to as- in the fact that one of was the shots seen (Red)' Starling One Released of MacdeJ nY.

Being Erected: holds up the tan of, a:5 foot 7 sault to commit murder. His came so close that it kicked -

Asking 2nd Term Tells Candidacy diamond-back' rattlesnake bond. has been set at $3500. dirt into Fillyaw's face. Starling was released by U. S.

Near Starke Negro Wednesdaywas killed his son-in-law Duggar Commissioner T. V. Cashen for
LawteyWork by
.< *** Sheriff Reddish said he has The reasons for the shooting
, in road the lack of. probable cause. The
: '_ sentenced to five years Jones, on the hard near
Mrs. Ruby Johns, the. first received an unconfirmed report remained as mysterious, as the others all waived preliminary
4'l Circuit Jim Adkins form Monday,
; Judge July
state prison by !
woman to be elected to : Monday on the
ever the i began
identity the who
did it.
? snake that Keaton, a six foot, 235- one hearing and posted bond Edwards
George ,L- Patten after pleading :%%. Jones spotted the",
City Council, last Friday qualified clearing of the site .for a new Fillyaw said the
as a candidate ,for a second term.: {'-5-- "'; motel on U. S. 301 north of guilty to assault with intent to crossing the road and killed it pound man, is wanted on .similar immediately after shooting he had occurred posting 1,000 bond and

Mrs. Johns..a beauty shop 'operator .-:;,-t; Lawtey, directly across SR 125 commit murder' 'as the result. ofa with a .22 rifle he carries in his charges 'in, Pinellas County. parked 'his car at the west city the others $500.

in 1955 was second highest ,l-,. J. Reno cutting 1 episode. truck. Both men said it was one All except Forsyth were arrested -
Motel.
: from the Trail Keaton was captured by Pa- limits on SR 100. He and Police-
la. a nine .candidate: race after The Negro, Willie Thomas, of. the, largest rattlers they had when federal men led by
:fj1 The motel l. the Desert Isle, trolman W. R. Harvey in. Put- man Shep Tomiinson were: making 'Marshal
campaigning the: premise that seriously wounded General, Lee Seen, in many a year. U. S. Deputy HerbertV.
constructed owned a routine check two
will be by on
"a nam County as the result of a the Coun-
woman' viewpolr would be Bradshaw in fight earlier this Ellis converged on
.a hitchhikers reported .into
of value to the 'city." J Albert and Ruby Sappenfield, for time chance situation. According toHarvey's coming" ty Tuesday to' execute warrants

She still holds to this theory, "'S''t present j toUers.: of "the 30-unit month. the Bradshaw critical list. a Patrol! Station account, Keaton,.' his town. Tomlinson, in the other which had been Issued by the*
was on had
and Cecil car, into
but lndlcatedthat, her campaign 4 4 Trail Motel and Elroy car broken down on the high gone' Saratoga commissioner.. Forsyth surrendered

would not be limited to'it. Kight, formerly .of.Fer.nandina. In other: cases, Judge Patten, way had caught a ride in ,a Heights., to authorities and posted. ,

!The: experience received during Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Kight will ordered pre-sentence investigations Fillyaw said that as. soon/as, : bond Wednesday -
Seen ForlQunty passing car. Onseeing the,patrol .
the: past two' years has equipped operate the ,Desert Isle while the in cases against: .Bobby, carpass. 'Keaton''remarked. to hegot.cutlerjthe; car;;'two 'shots The, agenta also, seized 10 Ve4

bjer with a. .better,,,understanding Sappunfields will -continue to Harrll,-and''Ralph Prentice .' the men in the car that. he.*was rang out from a wooded area. hides, 585 gallons of moonshineand
Of the city's/ problems and a greater the Ti- u. Daniel. The policeman'hit the'' .
manage Strong possibilities that a Florida groundand
glad the patrolman hadn picked : 10,000 pounds of sugar an4 .
ability to' get-things done she In conjunction with the build- Harris pleaded guilty to three Highway Patrol station will would another' bullet landed near : ?
*aid. .him up or he have; other raw materials.
ing of the new Motel, the Trail be constructed in Bradford Coun- him, throing'dirt into his face.
"We have.accompl1shed a great counts of forgery and utteringa be n going somewhere he didn't A cluster of four large stills
Restaurant will be enlarged ty 'were.discussed Tuesday 'night The policeman returned the '
deal |tn the past two years" Mrs. forgery and Daniel pleaded want to'go." Later Harvey stopped about two miles southeast of:
c from its present 54-seat capacitly at'a "get-together" in the Garden fire and when had It'
things quietedhe
Jphns, said, "and now that I have guilty to a charge of grand larceny to chat with the, men .and Starke were destroyed by the
of 120 seats Sappenfield an- Restaurant of law enforce- heard .
learned how things operate I feel fr-.r. stemming from a plot to they told'him about Keaton and someone crashing federal men last Thursday. The '.
nnounced. ment officers and judges of several -
that I can offer .a greater contribution : obtain $250 through a fraudulent counties. Harvey'went back and picked through the brush. He called agent said the stills, all in the. ,

if elected to another tem- "We hope to open the Desert mortgage. him'/'up. other officers on the radio anda same spot consisted of four
Isle Dec. 1," Sappenfield. said FHP Capt. Clint Hancock Indicated search
She said-she has always tried by Another man, Marklee Griffis was conducted, but the "groundhog pots", three with a .
to take this week. The remodeling workon that a .$30,000 structureis assailant was not found.
a stand on issue and one
every of gallons
capacity 2,000
arrested in the
and will continue to do so in the l the restaurant is slated to be last week' was 'being planned subject to cooperation Mosquito Control Fillyaw said it could not have with a capacity of, 1,500 gallons.
future. Chitty completed before the new motelis forgery case after being .implicated from the County. Coun- been
Randal commander of anyone deliberately lyingin Two Factions
c by Harris. Griffis is being ty Commissioners H. A..Bishop Jr. Discussed At. MeetingOf him
National Guard Co. C of Starke, opened, he said. wait .for because it was The agent said that the arrested
held under $800 bond on"each' of and Lawton Crawford who at-
Johns QualifiesFor this week announced'as a candidate The ,new motel will be the tended the dinner interest i Rotary ClubThe just chance that brought him men were not all part of
three counts. expressed -
for a post on the City Coun- to the spot and he had
"last word" in motor court. accommodations in the project. never the same operation, but that

Clerk Race cil. 4 Sappenfield said, different types of mosquitoes before parked there. One theorywas two separate factions were operating
Work on the selection of a site
Chitty a newcomer to politics, with its facilities including a Chief Thornton is and efforts to control themin that the gunman was eitheran in the county. One factionwas
expected to begin soon, Hancock -
has 'lived in Starke for seven I; nwimmine Dool. television and said. various sections of Florida escapee or some one who had connected with the still

.C irI Johns; the incumbent city years, coming here with, Humph- air conditioning.- It will be con committ'eed a crime who on which was destroyed he said, '
Run
clerk. Monday paid his qualifica reys Gold Corp. with.whom he is structed under the direct super Qualifies To Union County." Sheriff John were described at the Rotary seeing the police car thought he while the other faction would
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Uon tee as a'candidate for.another associated in the accounting di Whitehead was host at the din- Club Wednesday by John A. was being chased. other'
vision of buy and 'distribute, from
term in the'office he has held for vision. Sappenfield.The Incumbent Police Chief W. E. ner, a regular affair of area, of- Mulrennan, director division of '.
Desert Isle will use 500 ficers. Those besideslawmen' sources. _
25:.years.: .' Chitty said he was prompted Thornton this week announcedhis present entomology, State Board of '
which
To Receive The Investigation resulted -
feet of the 1300 front footageof and countyjudges .from DegreesAt
Johns, noting that he is eligible Health.
for another two ,
( into entering the race by a belief candidacy arrests had been *
in the
a 14-acre tract purchased recently Union, Baker and Bradford County -
to retire, said he decided to.run .
again because felt, that his "ex I that he could. .contribute "new approaches by the Sapenfields and year term in the top police post. were Hancock and! Circuit The speaker pointed out that UF CeremonyFour conducted by the state: and' fed'. -

perience wo tiid.be a helpful factorin new ideas and new Rights. Thornton who has served as Judges George L. Patten and.JohnA. the control of insects is a tremendous 'era agents over the last threr "
projects which would result in Increased police chief for 10 is candidates from Starke "
the which years opposed H. Murphree. job made especially months, the agent said. Undercover -
meeting
problems There possibles of a service -
are
will be
in the 530 to receive
among
efficiency city former William ,
Will confront the city. in the next govern- station and another motel : by policeman difficult by the fact that insects men visited several placesin ..
ment. degrees during summer commencement -
two '; (Bill) Laine. build 'up immunities to poisons Bradford County and made
years. being constructed on the remain Youths
The city 'will face somt of the Projects which he specifically 800 feet," Sappenfield said. The chief said that he felt his Charged that were once effective in killing of :Florida exercises on at the mentioned were a city recreation August'
p biggest issues it has had to tackle experience .of 30 years ,on the them. May.
Trail
After the remodeling the .
department and a city civil serv- With Auto Theft < They are: Lucille Edwards, I
during the coming months" Johns ice commission. Restaurant will have. a private force, 'including 10 yean u He declared that the sanitaryland Brown; BAE; Mary Elizabeth Warrants Executed !. .. ,

said "and think. the experience dining room with a 50-seat cap- chief; qualified him to execute I fill to be put operation Lee. BAE The warrants which were, executed
have galnedin'the past 25 years Chitty has been commander 'of I the duties of the post. Bonds were set. at; $2,500 each ; Margaret Ann Phil- this week were based on
the of Starke will
acity which can reserve soon by City
will be of assistance in workingout Co. C for four years. He is married groups He last week for three youths.charged lips, MPH; and Sue Williams evidence obtained during the in*
Mid he
intends for this to be
for private dinners and parties, an important factor in eradicating Winkler BAE.
to the former Joan Tenly and ,
with station .
satisfactory: solutions to stealing a wagonin vestigation.The .
R. W. Johnson of Savannah Ga. be the last time that he will run house flies., I .
them." / they have one son, Randal Jr. He Starke. Other candidates from this moonshine was distributed

!is a native of Lakeland Ga. anda will assume management of the for office. The three Jerry Smithpeters, :, The speaker was introducedby area include: Frances B. Hamilton as far south as Miami but the

member of the First Baptist restaurant sometime in August, The chief paid his qualification 19,, of Moorehouse, Mo':, WilliamE. Jack Tr wick, county sanitarian Lawtey, MED; and Isabella bulk of it was transported by

Bill Lame Seeks Church.. Sapenfield said. fee Monday. Leach 19, of Jocko' Tenn., and who had charge of the D. Peters, Keystone Heights truck /,for sale in Georgia, the

Earl Hoyt Martin, 21,-. of Sur- -
program. MED.
investigators said.
Police Chief Job REQUESTED PROVISIONS CUT rency, Ga. are being held in the Since the investigation was

William .IBUl( ) 'Lame carpenter Clay County jail, facing charges Slowed Down started, some of the investigators -
of burglary ,in connection with : Speeders With Stiff Fines
worked farms near
.and, former .Starke policeman the break-in of a home in Key- on
his Mild Bill Passed Starke. The agent said that one
last.;Saturday paid Zoning stone Heights. .
fee to be. of his men was hired by Edwards
1201.75 qualification Clay County Sheriff John P.

r.rvm- A' <>anrtiriat* fnr Phi< f .of .. Hall said the trio have admitted As County Judge Holds Bond Plea-Day :, and actually used by ..Eds
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Police. : --1 -The.. .County Commissioners,\ the percentage of property that. five members one from each district stealing the station wagon belong- wards to run the stilL 3

Laine is opposing incumbent' as a result of a zoning bill passed may be occupied, \the\ size of I and appointed by the Coun-i ing to Jim .Chasteen and breaking Baker MenThe 'l

CJ i\ ef, W. .Thornton* ,, who has I in :the 'recent session of the yards, courts and other open ty Commission. : into' the home of William P.; Four speeders ,were slowed" Selle replied that 'he needed theca Baker County ,men. worked -,

410. l' Legislature,..have the" 'power toregulatedistances spaces the density-of population, i Public hearings Whitesides. down. by, stiff penalties .levied by' ; and would rather pay. a fine in Bradford County with lbs' < :
qualified, : on proposed ,.
About$700: in and pistol County/-Judge T. A. Yawn during than Joselila 'Uc nSe. others, the investigators said. ._,
% from .rightofway and the location and use of .cash a. ; .
Laine served on. the Starke : regulations will be conducted : : '
: by taken from, the, :plea 'day proceedings Wednesday Robert, ,Alken closing' stages of
: and property lines in which buildings, structures and land home: was re? i Bender was .During the '

'for
police force nearly six. years, the zoning'commission before "
resigning in February' 1956. buildings can be'conStluctoo. and for trade industry oi other I covered. : f. : ;' fine4$35 after: the' arresting- the investigation, five Agents.watched ,

the power to regulate the use. of i its decisions, are presented to the. Mr. and Mrs. Whit sides were ,A speed of,90 In. p. h at nightbrought ficer testified he was( driving 8Q( one of 'the stills', for .

He said he is seeking the post! land for Junk yards and auto- specific uses.Another County Commission, and by the patients In the hospital at, Starke .a-fine of $75, an 85 m ,m. p...h. c four nights, observing techniques

because he sm''this as "A,good mobile trailer camps. major change made County Commission before the at the time of the burglary. Mrs. p. :'hi, !ate,-oL speed at night _The:: 'license of Gerald. Wayne used !in storing and distributing .

time for: a good change" Provisions giving. the Commissioners by the legislators was the elimination regulations are finally adopted. Whitesides.' died .Thtirsd y. mom.* brought far$50 levy, an 80 m'. 'p. Crosbey, 18;: 'was 'suspended for th liquor, the-agents said.. -

He said he was concerned control of provisions which Besides enacting, the regulations ing. rate jon -a clear 'day ..broughta 30 days. ; .Crosbey- pleaded .guilty The moonshiners took careful
about "the for police''I more complete I would have authorized I the couitp \- in ,accordance
with 'the '
need more : $35 ..fineand lost location of
l' the
one youth to
over'construction and use of to'\ .driving;75 m p; h. on' the pains protect
protection at night"Laine land which had been 'included in to issue permits and charge bill the" County Commission will his license 'for 30 days after night of July 26. the stills the, agent said, using

'a resident of Bradford the original bill requested for permit and inspection fees. Inspections also sit as a board of adjustmentwith SCORE CARD pleading guilty to driving 75 m. "If you are convicted again several drivers when a "buy'
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County for 17 'years,, has never of the buildings would powers to: p. h. when caught at night. your license will be revoked fora was to be made.
passage were eliminated from have been authorized if this 1) Hear and decide Persons who have far T
pro- appeals so
before sought political office. He Receiving the $75 penalty was year," the judge stated. Whiskey Stored
the bill which enacted.
is married ,and has an 11-year was vision had passed. where it is alleged there is error qualified! andjor announced Thomas Edward Bishop 22. He An of the four speeding cases After being run off, the whiskey

old Sen. Charley Johns and Rep. For the administration of this in any .order, requirement decision as. candidates for offices .
daughter. was charged with driving 90 In. were made by' Patrolman M. N. was stored in several places.the
Doyle Conner said they did not act the commission is given or determination made by subject to the Starke Sept. h.
p. on U. S. 301 about dusk. Sellars.A agent said and cars comingto
feel the bill as requested by the power to .divide the County in- administrative official in the 10, election are:
Program At any
USO :The case against John Selle Jr., Negro couple convicted of pick it ,up were directed to
Commission was ,appropriate to to districts of any "number, enforcement of this act or by City Council: James A. 17, fined $50 'for driving at 80 m.p. assault and battery were givena those sites.

To Close For Week. the needs of the county and they shape and area as may be deemed any order or resolution adopted. Lewis Mrs. Ruby Johns .,h. was also made about dusk: suspended sentence by Judge When a vehicle had been loaded

The recreation redrafted itProvisions best suited to carry out. the pursuant thereto. Randal Chitty., Selle told the judge that he Yawn with the warning that a it would be driven to another
program in the Police Chief W. E..Thorn
which were excluded purposes of this act"To 2) Hear and decide special exceptions an'unfaniiliar
was driving pow six month sentence would be location where the delivery driver
USO will be closed ton, Bill Lane.City .'
next William ( )
week
from the final bill would study various conditions to the terms the I Itake'
while T. L. Casey, the of or- Clerk: Carl Johns. rful car and was not aware .of imposed /itthey were broughbefore or the dealer's. agent. ,, would' "
director have the commissioners and recommend to the der resolution ,
given measures or upon which h1s.-, 'I 'him, : 'I.
is on vacation. Mr. Mayor: None.: again. r' over
that the program will Casey stated power to regulate the height, commissioners a Zoning Commission such board is required to 'pass Deadline1'l for qualifying. _>' ,S is 'ou14 yourather'pay a ',fine' ''It./ U appened between oneand :At nO. time were driven of

be resumed: probably number 'of: stories and size of Is authorized.' The commission under such order or resolution. :.Au:. 30. or .walk fp? Awhile. the judge seventeen," one of' the Ne- dealers allowed to go near the
Friday,, Aug. 1C. i buildings"" and other structures, is to be composed off (Continued on Page 8) I
I i' < : asked before ,passing. sentence. Continued on Page 8). I still tiles, the agent laid.1 ,,

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD" COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE,'FLORIDA: FRIDAY AUGUST 2, 1957

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TTTT TTTT TTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTThW yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Carter, and Mra. Annie Jones .yyyyyy..yYyy.yyyY..yy of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on, IB .Court Of C...ty Judge Brad.
or before the 26th day of August. ford County: State ..< Florida.
editorial and daughter of Starke visited 157; otherwise the allegations of JB Protate. ___

: I Farmer's Diary Mrs,, Seirna: fiunice 911' -Mond ;. GRAHAM tali confessed: Complaint by yon.Tflll 6*. tSStS. .-.. If P.S: Estate' of John' ..B. Griffis f : de-
II i. c< ,r ,, Mr. and: Mrs Bill Zack:; of This notice hall be pnblJBhe ceased.
Mrs. John week for four consecutive NOTICE IXTESTIOX TO JIAKE
By Sain McGarrfy Jacksonvillewere the weekend McKlnney once each
'.*, 4 1IIt f A r.f if 04 >, ; guests of.the L. S.. Tanners. &AAj&AA&&AAAAA& ..AA.i&. & graph.. iTo'

We CanTakePrideIn who said that his twin calves,- Mrs Tanner and children and Dated this !S3rd day of July. 195?. All Whom It May Ceawrat
,Mr. and' Mrs. Walker .'vicE of (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Notice is hereby given that we
Molly and Dolly, who had their Mrs. Zack visited Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of tan Circuit Court have filed our final report as Co-
Birmingham, Ala. were visitingMr. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk administrators of the estate of JohnB.
in the while G. L.Sapp at Heilbronn on Sunday
Hospital's High Rating pictures paper a ago and Mrs. H. M. :Wasdin Sun- 7-26 4t 8-16 Griffis, deceased; that we; have
are doing, fine. He said that the afternoon. Miss Gwen and -' tlIedour petition for final; discharge

t gQod grass thia.season is saving Oral Tanner went.!lome with the, day and' Monday. !...The County: Judges'. Court laAmd and that we are' applyingto ,
the Honorable Theron .A. Yawn
The news that Bradford County .Hospital is a" 'Dfl Forrest Reynolds of Jacksonville Par Bradford County, Florida -
him $100"week, and that is Zacks for visit. I. Probate. County Judge of Bradford County
:fully accredited .institution having been now a enough to make any man hap- Pearce, family No. 1-17S 1957 for approval of the same and
awarded that rating by. the Joint Commissionon py. Tom limed,* fertilized and of .Fejrnandina. were Monday and visiting friends here last IX RE: The Estate' ( Eva. _A. Grant.' for- final discharge as Co-admini
deceased. .
week. strators of the estate of John B.Grlffis
Accreditation Hospitals, i is received with :1 planted., Bahia and clover on his guests of Mrs. Louis .H. HOI andHarold 1- Mrs. Pearl Reynolds'and-' two KOT1CK" OF FILING, PETITION deceased. ,.
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pride, not 'only by members of the hospital is Farm Safety Week and place and now he has pasture that ,Pearce' granddaughters werE weekend. FOR ADMINISTRATOR FINAL DlSl HAHGtX., .OF This the 20th day of July, 11957

staff but by citizens of the county at l large. one of the points stressed again l is kne -h ght. Mr. and Mrs.. G. W. Roberts guests [of 'Mrs. 'nessie' f3fifl..* Te AMVho... I* May 'cor"i Robert Griffis B.Co-Administrators Griffis and Dolph of
.' visited .MrS. George Notice is hereby given that I
this. is that the tractor is Mr.vand Roberts : who has said Estate '
accrediting year Phillip.Martmeau, ; been hare filed my Final Returns as
8-1
To for I a hospital must 7-2C 4t
qualify '
the biggest killer of all farm machinery Hear that Z W.Hamilton is and son in Gainesville on ill in Bradford County Hospital, Administrator of the estate of EvaA
have at least 23'beds; and must have been in operation : Figures show that last making 'the first attempt' in this Sunday. They also spent some' Grant, deceased; that I have -
I To'Plll.ut
is improved enough, to brought filed my Petition for Final Discharge NOTICE
:; for at.least twelve months' The stand year about 1,000 persons were county to make hay out of Giant time 'with Mrs." .Teare in the hospital home. and that' 1 will apply to I. Circuit \.4>.rt. uraatvrd C.amty.rtnridai ,
the Honorable Theron A. Yawn. IB Ca. **".
ards for'accrediting are those considered necessary killed in tractor accidents, ot Striata CrotalariarTheproblem; S W. H. (Bill) Cain suffered a County Juege of Bradford County. Ann Ward Rop'ts, Plaintiff, vs.

to insure the ,quality"of ;medical care -.in which a third occurred on high- according. torGeorge" HugginsM tMrJ< and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse serious attack last, Saturday.. He Florida. on the 19th day of August, Robert Henry Huberts, Defendant.
Case No. 1C-225J
1957, for approval of same and final
hospitals :\vhieh"" the Joint .Commission can faith ways. Worst of an, perhaps, Is the thick'items'which'might, take and Joan had as Sunday guests is in the hospital at this writing.Mr. discharge as Administrator of the notice To AppearTo '
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the figure of about 160 children' a \iweek tot e rut'! far"thH" field, L J.b1vis of St Petersburg,..and and Mrs. Harley-Starling estate of Eva A. Grant deceased. : Robert H/nry Roberts whose
fully recommend to the public. eois.IrdovIeeon r 1he' maa This the 17th day of JUly. residence and address is: Unknown.
below 10 who were killed in but a Mr. 'and Mrs. Raleigh Crawfordof are spending two weeks with relatives sDeWitt C. JonesAdministrator You are hereby notified that a
The community can take particular pride in tractor accidents. They say a chine Hamittoniisea tears'up the ,'Heilbronn.Pfc. in Miami. of the Estate of suit for divorce and restorationof

the fact that otir hospital achieved this enviable word to the wise'' is sufficient terns, and George says they dry Warren' L; Boatwright 'of Guests of the John McKinneys Eva A. Grant, deceased.7/26 4t 8/16 has keen maiden filed name against ')'ou.a. the.

status aftet only 'on year: 6f operation. According Sb inaday. ,. Canip-iLeJeune o N. C., spent the during the weekend were J. D. -. above named Court and cause andy
., :\ u are required to serve a copy ot
rLS : ne NOTICE OF TAX EQUALIZATION "
to an official of the Florida Hospital AssociatIon Strawberry growers may be interested weekend with his wife, Linda,. McKinny family of Starke and The City Council of the City of your answer o'r pleading to the complaint -

this is''"most unusual" since ordinarily in the demonstration of Prices were good. on-thd toba.t'co and, 'mother, Mrs Effie Boat- the V. L. McKinneya of Gaines- Starke, Florida, will meet at the on the pRilntlff'sAttorney
is market last;week!and:-it looks City Hall In the City Clerk's office T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box 546.
soil that being
it requires period of several for a new fumigation wright and family. ville.. on Tuesday, the 6th day of Starke, Florida ,
,a years given today. (Friday) at Pete as though \sime of the'leal groWers \ i Shetman .Bell of Jacksonville August, A.D., 1957, as a Board of and file the original the office of
institution (o be able to meet the exacting requirements Griffis' farm on the Griffis Loop will make f but'fine tIlts year} was the Sunday dinner guest of Equalizers for the purposa of hearing the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
visited Mrs, ,Qpmmodore Crews complaints and receiving testimony before the
of Joint Commission standards. In road south of Starke. The soil However,'.the I flooding rims i herein anddatghters on'Sunday... Miss Lois Beebe. as to the value of any prop 5th day of August, 1957;
did ta lot'Of damage Rev. Levine erty, real or personal or mixed as otherwise the allegation of said
Bradford of Melrose will be
the wordaof this official, "Someone has done will be fumigated against .nematodes WMte
H. E. Priest and. Mrs G; fixed by the Tax Assessor for the Complaint will be taken at confessed
a good job, ," ,. and then a few weeks later to the crO' ,.r nd.fmanyt; of*the W.! Roberts carried Misses Merle the guest speaker at the First year 1957, against the owner or by you.
: didn't- getn6rettba:: i1 a J' Baptist ""Church 'on Sunday.ZOU'LI. pent of such property.. This notice shall be published
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Pete will set out It growers -
Accreditation of the Bradford County Hospital crop. fiwrttfrigh't,' Marty and Jackie (OFFICIAL SEAL) once each week for four consecutive
will be interesting to Se what few barns:ffl.Bearth&tYOtii.rin : Baic8 and Raymond T. C. Razen, Jr:; Chairman City weeks in the Bradford. County Tele-
Durban' to
] was :based on a thorough evaluation study did : LOVE the new Ester Council. City of Starke, Flori crap11.'. '
; Ward andEigeMCiosby"
happens, as Pete is one of the Leesbarg orf Monday whEre'they brook pruse-slie fountain pens .h da. Dated this 2 day of July, 1957.
that included every phase of operation, including best berry growers in this sec make some prettyvi'tdjacco: in 'wffl attend Carl Johns, City Clerk, City of (OFFICIALAY4 Charlea A.Darby
i quality: of physical plant, patient care, administration tion. spite of all the tro1bIes.'ue ,.. fOTtt the*week.' County Tele aph.I. 7-26 2t 8.-%. By Marian !.. Crosby, Deputy Court Clerk

,, :medical staff, nursing staff and I :;.'! tV' over ruMrsV ifar&aret t'ReIly and Mr. ..-- .
Cattle rustlers t tare ;biisy over The Circuit t n.i., Eighth. ___JI- -
others.- The. fact that, the hospital came Incidentally, when Pete's ;plantsof O and'(Mrs.: H C., Kelly and son Judicial 'Cirrnt of Florda. In and ]
last. season were examined it in A1achuOUntyRalpb! \ : visited Mr.! "and Mrs f ; For Bradford Coontjv' In Chancery.No. Quantity Rights Reserved
through with flying colors indicates that there ROy Tom- '
stockman had"30 1OG2.I3ARBATA:. Prkes Good Thru Sat., Avg. 3rd
well-known ,
was found that there were over ea, Hnsorlu and family in New River : i
has been remarkably fine teamwork by GEBHARD, )
every.
500 nematodes of various kinds head stolen !Uasftwee"k..dThieves I)1Stinday! Plaintiff, )
one connected with this complex .operation. backed vs. )
around urt:: \!the hIoading'pentook
Maybe
just one plant. Ti'Mr. '
: .I aid Mrs. P., L. Dinkins ETRON EDWARD GEB- ) .
There .isri .higher rating
achieve than being accredited by the Joint .Com Pete's crop 'early in the season, shovel remfcvetir* mark signs. guest "their grandson, Pi d- NOTICE Defendant.TO DEPEND )

is American and it was pretty. The next 0Someone dy, who is the TOr BYRON EDWARD GEBriARD,
mission which composed- the College spending summer 215 Bridge Ave., Cleveland Ohio.
time visited weren't wrote us this week
the
we ,
of Physicians American College of Surgeons plants in Jacksonville with relatives.' You are hereby notified that a
much, and Pete was about sick asking why farmers didn't serf, Mr. suit for divorce has been filed
and Mrs.
Doc Daniels
.Ameri n Hospital Association.American'M Liter all his work and worry put direct to! freezer owners! Said Mr. against you In fhe above entitled
and Mrs. Werner Dollning, Mr,. cause; and yon are hereby requir-
dical Association, and the Canadian Medical into the planting. that in that way farmers could and Mrs. Horace' ed' to file 'your answer with the .
Cox .and Mrs.; Clerk of this Court, and to a'
serve
Association. .*, a cost 'of picking labor andhampers.
save John Testori of Jacksonville and a Copy .thereot upon Plaintiff's Attorney ,
The nematodes attack 'orna- We told him that after Samuel V. Holch. 409-A S
The people*of: Bradford County and surround- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkina of Main Street, Daytona Beach Florida ,
mentals and shrubs, too. George a' bunch of pickers like that got SU visited ,. not later than 12th day of I.
Augustine them during -
ing area served by the local Institution can take ,
Huggins showed us some- shrubs through with a. field it would the 'weekend. July 12. IS!. 26, Aug. 2: 195?. .. .' \
just pridein: the fact that 'the hospital here is 0 Ida. not later than 12th da yof --
that motel had
a owner bad dug up look likea bunch of cows Mrs. Lou Norman returned August, 1957.
now fully accredited in compliance .with the and brought in for his inspec- busted into it. last week from (COURT SEAL
Tampa where
other tion. The I.e Charles A. Darby. __,_
standards met by top-ranking hospitals root system was full she had, spent some time .with Clerk Circuit Court '
throughout the nation. of root knot'and it was no wonder Our little mockingbirds are Starke, Florida.: '
her sister, Mrs. Nellie O'Steen July 12, 19, 26, Aug. J, ,9, 1957. 1
the plant couldn't grow. gone! Some cruel varaint got and other 'relatives. Mrs.' Nor- I
i I'r ,* them and we will never trader-' NOTICE TO &'PP'I'Ut 4 !
man and Mrs. S. C. MosJey visited In Clrrnit Curt Bradford eo..t,. t
Old Black JOe Is He Austin Fender, SRD employeewho stand why those birds built the Mrs. Mary 'Reddish on Saturday Florida< trf C,....". 4 VACUUM ,
-- lives out on SR-100, has anew nest in a fence row just a1 few Frederick D. Rodgers, Plaintiff, vs. pe
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evening .
.,' Willie,} Rodgers. Defendant
name for the pests. He calls feet up off the ground, instead of Case No. 10.2277 --
Jerry Witcher and "
Still 'Coming' Or ? them "nippentodes oak tre3 Jerry Jr. Jiailf To Ap*...
( Going according to in one of the high of Heilbronn visited their daugh- To: Willie Rodgers whose residence "

George Huggins. nearby. Well, as that old cig ter,and sister, Mrs. C. 'W. Thomas and address is unknown. .
.* arette ad used to Nature in You are hereby notified that a suit eiIa
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"Old Black Joe" .isan, elderly' gentleman who say on Monday. for divorce
Met. Tom Graves, dairy the Raw is Se1dotnMildf! baa been' filed against In the
owner, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dion the you
has lived long in and been loved by white are
song --q above named Court and .cause an4
proud parents ofa daughter, you are reeutred to serve a copy or I ,
people and black for several generations, .And '.Y.YyyyT. .y..ryy..y Frigo of Jacksonville visited Terry Leigh, born Monday, July your complaint answer on ,the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the IIOUSecan7

the song, because. of ite understanding of people Mrs. Selnia Eunice and Mr;,.and, 22, in Orange Park Hospital 'William D., Morgan, 587, CJark,
LAWTEY Mrs. ,J. S. Eunice and son on Miss Pam' Parker of Starke Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida
and of the fabric that makes up life and death, and file, .the original .in tflC ,officlyEs _
Sunday.Mr. I
and understanding' expressed its lyrics and .
dy Mrs. and Mrs. O. J. Philips
melody. has the' qualities which ensure itsr en- Joyce. T. Foteh were in Jacksonville Monday' for

endurance as .long as fine songs and sentimentare AAA A A Mr. Philips to have a checkupwith .

appreciated Friends of Mrs. Catherine Teare his doctor. ANOTHER 1958PiIILC0

; will regret to learn that she is a Mrs. Leona Edwards and Mrs '
But the radio arid television networks '" '
major
patient' in Alachua General HOST Clyde Hiatt' and daughters were VAC'pACK & '

want to dq.away with "Ole Black Joe", or at pital!, suffering from injuries she Friday dinner guests of Mri

least changehinw received when she fell at her and Mrs'. Bryant Tucker and i MTV BEAUTY \ Astor Con9e1u69c

in\ F rnandin .
family
home last Tuesday.Mr. .
to think that the
They seem they can change of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and '
SHOR1EN'NG
song into something mote ccept ble to the. pub and :Mrs. Thomas L. Casey I .
children of JackronV lIespent I .
entertained
lic. The fact' that it has been .not at a family dinner on k 0 3
only,accepted, Thursday evening the weekend with their parents, .,, flUff
Mrs. -
honoring
but ,loved, i the American people.in its present Casey's mother,- Mrs. Fred Moore, Mr. and Mrs.: Arlie Dobbs, and ,, S '-:---" '-.5 "- ,,..1"

form for. decades seems to .be.1 unimportant.The Mr., and MrS. Walter Wilkerson. i
< on her birthday anniversary. Mr. DEtERGENt
Lewis Griffis and Tex Wilsonare S' '
networks claim that such words as9lack" and :Mrs. Billy Toode' of Stark 4' : tide.99C'

were out of town employed in Titusville. 3 Size
'darky arid "massa"'which guests.Mr. .
are woven Mr. 'and Mrs. Louie tee Wain- Wng\'

into Stephen Foster's, music, words 'which have and :Mrs. Everett ''Burney. wright and family of Avo Park '1 : .fi'i.7: .; .

helped to make this music an unequalled expression of Jacksonville 'called on -Mr. were weekend guestS of Mrs 4 -

: of a, phase of American folklif, are"offensive" Burney's mother, Mrs. Henry Wainwright's mother, Mra .T. C.
Sapp, Sunday afternoon. iii, (
Edwards. 51jC0tb
to a certain segment of our present
Mr. and Mrs: Carl Mosley and !.Mr. and, Mrs, James Anders
day society. ,
son of Miami are here for a visit of- Palatka were Thursday 'dinner -

Governor Collins has termed su h' thinking *Ith' their parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. SWIFT'S p'C REMUManned /

"ridiculous" which is exactly what it is. C. Mosley.. I' Anders and Billy. Mrs. Johnny ir. .. ___

And somehow we feel that the networks are Mrs. Eve Godwin.of Starke was Jenkins 'and family of, Jacksonville -

the Sunday dinner guest of her ,spent last week with the "
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trying to pull our leg. We do
simply not believe mother, Mrs. Mary Reddish.Mr. Anders faintly. '

that any considerable 'portion of the "segmentof and, :Mrs. Leonard Harris Miss Minnie Lee Griffis ip nt !: $

society to which' they obviously refer has: and daughter of Jacksonvillewere a few days at Hope Haven Hospital

'recent visitors at the D. B. and has been" put;in a""neW' b'
brought pressure such as they describe. A few ; AMS
Thomas home. type cast. We h Pe this Will aid I ___

of the paid professionals and misguided politic; Mrs.1 Fred l.[ oreWith her- sisters greatly in' corectirig her'' troubles '

ians whp'.h ve wangled themselves into becoming Mrs. Jewell Royal of Tampa, left by an attack of polio some L .. .
and Miss Rachel"Boyer of Jacksonville time ago. I .
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spokesmen for this segment may have regis- left Saturday for a vacation Mr. and. Mrs. Glenn Shuford C ,, .'....? -

tered such ridiculous protests, but we have faith trip to the New England States, V f ted Sam Hicks in SL Vihce"- i .',; ._ ,,

enough i in the,iBlellience\ and pride of th .Negro Niagara Falls, and other points of nt's Hospital on Sunday after- I('
interest f Little iiickey :Moore accompanied .
race to feeLsure, that these so-calJsd leaders do noon.Mrs. ,
them as fas aa!' Render- Sato*Hicks, Mr.. and Mrs.. ,

not speak for the group as a whole. In fact, if sonvflle! N. C. to remain with his 6. J. Anders and Billy, Mr. and & GARDENS FROZENORANGE

cared sister, Mrs. J. W. Thomas until Mrs. Glenn Shuford, Mr. and ,' .'. .' c .
the petworfcs to, conduct a rather S of .,. A. J't '' I
j survey \
their return. Mrs... Bill Wolfe and' eons,* and ".'... ... .-* : % JUICE. NDAULiw
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than be" panicked by a few'petty protests from *Mr. and Mrs. George Culverhousc sons, and the Senior*Wdlf es *enjoyed E
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those who aredoing"their, race .more harm than and niece of Ft. Pierce attended a pknicv with other''relatives S NADEPARKEN

services at the First ,Baptist at Strickland's Landing on ,, ,-"
good l they would.! undoubtedly find that..the* Ne-1 Church .. -, .
on Sunday morning.Mr. Sunday. .: .>5.., '
gro loves .,these songs of Stephen Foster' as and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Mrs.? Geerge Niblack of Jacksonville Warm Mahogany with Sculptured 'G 'ld c

much as: ,his i white brother. Indee son eof, the family ot St. Augustine were; visit ll her' brotner 'andsisterinlav ., : : .,. ., t'n i :: 9t 91s
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weekend guests of "Mrs. Air, and Mrs"Theo Fr; me Swivel l Bas.attached. New
John .. Deluxe
r finest' *ditols.! -an4. most ,,,feeling ,Interpretations Sh ford and Dave. polis! Reddish on Friday Spar j'' f. '- 1 llLY J'J'r

of them'haTe been made N trd Miss Elizabeth < ifiher ; Switch Tuner. Automatic Tuning .
by artists Terry spentThursday ;; Mrs. .Effie had as guests' t : n ,.. ,

who were tfujel above, ,tang, offense; a.t n the and Friday with '}'Ii. during thd weekend* Mr: aird C4mtros1 Push Button Sound dirt front
and Mrs. G. W. Durham> in Jack Mrs. Loiinie Roberta of St. fj

beautiful folk .language employed by Stephen sonville. George, Ga., and Bef grand togg lO",Speaker.3Iany (tq choose'" froin."

Foster. /% S Troy, Buster, and Gary Ben daughter Miss Mary Ann Motes, '

Music(lovers 1 throughout the. world should rise nett1 of TitusvillesPent the of Gai esille. YQ1JR4. OLD, SPT It.4Low YOU UP
weekend herd! with Miss Elizabeth left Monday '- .
relativea Terry "
in righteous indignation and'. compel the, TO $110.00 AU
up TRADE-IN
VALUE.Y&UR
Mr. and MfsJ. C. Harley had noon for a vacation with SUPERBR .
networks to..retract this,asinine ruling. We'should as a weekend guest their flaughter :' her brotl) r-in-Iaw and sister' a

let them kno*;' that1w'* are not: yet prepared to Jackie, of Jacksonville.' J4r.,and lirs. John P. W rlck ,in Ih.: ", C

trade Old Joe for si .. "* Mrs. Lois Tallahassee She visit SEE E'as
JBlacTj; nondescript Sepiaco1oredSentfrCitizen Carter and sons of plans, to pfHLCO DEALER' G l

: named Jos ph. Jacksonville 'are visiting Mr.. and muncie, Walter Terry in .,Cha- &t of!

.., ... ,.. "*: ......- .... .. ... .L .... Mrs. Geerge Shuford. : ttahoochee whije away. i
w'. Mica Lewis, James, Larrimofe Dr. and Mr&, Robert Undeiwlerg
..4 M. i' -.. and Fi H. NASlltNf
niece of Stark spent Sun- of Myers were SUnday '
THE BRADFORD COUNTY
4a44. 1' TELEGRAPH. flay afternoon with the Harold guests of Mrs. Louis H. Hill.- : i I IH

Eunice fathfly.Mrs. Vernon J. Rape! a former
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Arthur Pearce wai shopping Lawtey teacher, now !'of' B rtow,> '
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: APER PtJIUSrlEO" COTfS6'l8XVI in Jacksonville on Friday was greetiig old friends here, on General Supplies "

.: .,UNOrtt. 'Tift .biC". UAftTHIAD.. and Was the! luncheon gue.stof Sunday afternoon and attended: .0; .. !J. i ij
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toUiLiIHE ft&xr AKD bND ij .and Mrs. R\ W. Sapp. in the' evening. "' 'ri firen :
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MATTER ACT At OF THr MARCH 9T a.OFF* W.>Ce AT tTARKE. FL *IDA_ONOlSTHf Mrs. Joe FrlgoT and Miss Linda Mrs.: iiuby$ Cook-, ,Mr .UJsste" ,.>, ',"-., .'1- "--' 'I" : .' ollMIIt j I J'

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and family l last 'Saturday. last Friday at St Vincent's Hos: FYYTYYY s r T T T's. r : :VV.yvyVvr.vvyT...:, and son, and Mrs: :", .Evelyn Mon 'Brown and'children, and Fran.j Creek Church ia ZacksevllId
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:' .ot. 4 rest Martin led meeting.Ias Weds
the enjoyed a picnic prayer |
"Jacksonville: ifr. fey all of Jacksonville pent
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle SchmehN. of; pltal in where ;
MAXVILLE Jacksonville spent the weekend Bell's mother, Mrs. "Carey Isgett II ElL 'u GiiIANlf.BJ weekend here with the L. .M". fuhch at Silver Springs. last Sunday day night while. Bro.. WJ"J"" '
: ; ias in revival servitt ,1a"jkQo a
with Mrs. Schmehls: parents, of Orange Park, underwent Sar- Normans. '. ""* v.'- '**"
Bj Mrs. a Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- gery. We are glad to report that llrt. laej NormaaAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA We missed Bro. T. M Knightan i ,L. C. Carter, and family of' eva, Ala.
B. Nolan Mra.'
lly Anent "
Norman "
f'\hglfbu1ch last su'da Jacksonville were Sunday guestsbf 'Mrs. L. S. Taylor of Lawtey
botham.Mr. she is getting along nicley. 1 1j JjA !1i
and 'Mrs. Bill Wolf and Little Harold. Bell, son of Mr. .. :/. 'Ffte Hatftrf'SBranch yIO 'Mr..' and Mrs. Ossie Norman.' was' a' Sunday guest of fib 'G.

son of Wilmington, Del. and Mrs. and Mrs.. J.; D. 'B'ell. is ill this Interim! pastor Waltei' I 'Mrs.1 q Fred' Lang 'of Clay ,Hill, pr:. _ch\.. .. .. : ..,. ....?** *-\ *'. 't Bro. Lucky,, 'pastor of Cedar. L. Sappa ,' _
Mrs.' Henry Carter and Mr Hester Hicks of Lawtey were week. Bryceville filled the Mrs" Mabel 'Farrish. and chil 'Ii 1i"t TtorgetVRchtlrclf-Hnd( :Sun. .. ... .
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rVices' :
or
both '
last -5-1 *
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nd Mrs. Buster Butler and )I guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr Claude Greene I Sunday.. : .of Avon Park were visiting daf fecboof nat1 fs' .
aughters ,of Middleburg have II' supper Dan Parrish last Friday night. Mr and ''Mrs. Franklin Bell, andMr. Training Union began a' heJ' :Lacey. 'Normans "'Tuesday, pastor: wriTlJe back 1'tlihl i Nr- _LEI) US; FIGURE ON YOUg JJEXT
course night and H' : ITGrn 4i34
eturned from a ten day visit with Mr. and [ and Mrs. Junior Mosley enjoyed Wednesday i l ernoon. crest -bjr'then; k" ;; '
also visited :
They ,, *
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continue each ?
ith Mr. and Mrs Bob I I j a boat riding and water Wednesday *f '* \ %"
McClung
Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Mr. and. II Geraldine Griffis entertained
i I Friday nights w !! BUILDING JjBT
for' five ;:
nd daughter, Gail and J. C. skiing::at Hampton Lake Sunday, t.YY TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Higginbotham. her llth anniverilary
Mrs. Rudy .birthday -
I are Invited to come and *?tvVtf'tEsisYVIYNORTH
'arter in Va. G: W.: Brown several
W.
Parkersburg j spent ,
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I Mr. and Mrs, Bob Robinson. part. with! .a f party at her home f"'I.
We are sorry that our post. I I j Darlene, Paul Stanley" and Char- days last week in Jacksonvillewith 1 Th Freeman st Friday afternoon. GamesWerQ' WE -
aster, s. E. Godwin is sUffer. I Igo I his 'uncle and aunt, Mr. and Crosby of enjoyed'and' refreshments Por _
les Garrett and Mr: and Mrs. rapa fcave'moved :
from infected muscles of Antone Sealander and childrenof Mrs. Everett Erb. Mrs. Erb ity. We, 'Velcome them to-OUt, ... served by" th'nosl sses, Mrs,. By Mrs. fart Brown Free I
is right arm.. brought him home on Thursday Janette Griffis and }Mrs. CallieGriffis. ft MI, "rt Bf*#*
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Baltimore, Md. are enjoyinga gret'to lose 'Mrs.: Pelores'
Little Stanley Padgett seemso visit with Mr. and Mrs Doss and visited with her parents, Mr. niichael and daughter, '' ; !A&fit.A&AAAAAAA...taiau....U.4..U..U A..AAAAAAt 4Mi Estimates, ff
be getting along nicely after Higginbotham and family. and Mrs.- Frank Brows. who" jiave"'moved to lacks '''Mr. and 'Mrs. Floyd 'Norman I Miss i Dora Clark had as a -'t CiAj"* *'<

recent illness. left Mr. and Mrs. Louie Carter fClay :Mr.. andSra.' Sunday guestf'ne' ep1ie- 'f"aft Phone
Kilgore
MSgt; Raymond Harvey }.I -- -- -- .
Mrs. J. S. Nolan celebrateder Monday evening for Biloxi, Miss Hill' were dinner' guests of thy have 'moved' Into' t1 : j joyed Thursd4''i" h-: werk! it I I" MdCorinielr'h" \l< ; *t r l.-.tffeiSU'rPa actmou"yule.art 493-J _.
.i"-i ;
birthday Tuerday night, July after a visit here with his fam- Mr. and Mrs BUford Higgin tractive new home.' I Gold head Rrih'ts roll! lives A. H. Harley' << c:;;;;;;;;;:.:- .
3, when Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par botham Sunday. Including : I Jtily bf ** fey l :1sptnt.i1tWleek 1 T'
ily.i 'ifc and jlonis M.V. C Conner. anddaughter i '
ish and family, Mr., and Mrs. i I Mr. and Mrs. Doss 'Higsln- Mrs. Nathan Starting Of' Law- recently""" = "from a l I Mr' and Mm.. E. C with the S. C. Harleys. RESIDENTIALxCUIUIIVIERCtA.4

B. Nolan and family, Bonnie botham and girls, Mr. and Mrs. fey and Mrs.: Robert Crawford Wi her p'arents": 'in 1.'Yt Lewis; ,' Mr.:'"and -Mrs. Tom'Cor- Miss Barbara Sue Amy, of "REPAIRS

adgett, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I Ben Higginbotham and family, and daughter. Denise of""Starke Va.: TWo. of'Jfrf '.CatreVs. bett 'of"Ft. Ivfyli: the 'Woodrow Jacksonville is spending two!
swim' (
Jolan enjoyed
at Strickind's 1 '
a :, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and visited 'Monday with Mr. and came home with them thomas fa.nifyand Mrs. .Opfie, I 3
Landing and had sandwiches family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham. and visit: Ina"Moore ana son of Broolter, weeks: here with her aunt, Edna,

ward. and birthday cake after-> Robinson, Mr. and Mrs Antone family. !if. and Mrs AnceJ Mrs. Allen of Ft. Myers, and the Haley, and. *her'.', .grandparents..' -' J. V W. THOMAS Construction

Sealander and family and Darlene Miss Merle Higginbotham and and daughter, Mr., and B.. Mr Thomas' family of Brook Mr., and Mrs. Billy Martin. and.
-
Friends of Mrs. Ernest VVell- 'f- '
I Paul Stanley and Charles Jim Blalock l of'St... Augustine i I Bobby. White. .and M. daughter, Mr. and Mrs Carl
he ausen is a will patient regret in to hear Bradford that ,i Garrett enjoyed a picnic outing visited :in 'Baldwin Sunday. night. Folkston I < Ga. have ...;;;:. .:.._.:. ::....._.__.._...- u. _u____ __ _.L_.___._:_) .-> .____..:. __..:._____._____..J_....:....::.:...;.,;;. J'..;..;;. ot';7' ,

at Strickland's Landing Sunday.Mr. with'J e Smitfi. from a vacation trip'to the
ounty hospital.Rev. .
Walter O. Mathis of I and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson Little- Miss Cheryl, Higginbotham :-I! Smoky and, Cumberland 1 y .', ,i R N Y r Yr
attended funeral services for ams.They also visited Mr:
spent the weekend In Law : .
Jacksonville has been elected
as.he "
. new 'pastor for the Maxville Arthur Cannon at the Seashole .ey with her grandparents, }Ir., man's'sister, Mrs.. J. *W. Super-Right Short Shank. Heilf or Whole/ l
Funeral Parlor in Jacksonville hews; in" Lake City' Tenn.
.
3aptlst Church. and Mrs. Nathan.. Starling.. "
Mrs- J, C. Nolan and children last Thursday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and 'The Barney"Eggers !' Ii;;.

accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Aith- Drew Wilkinson!' visited family, Jewell Higginbotham Jo Jacksonville' visited ,I
,with her sister!' .. Mrs Eunice Wil- here Saturday.
ur Wilkinson to the farmer'sbarbecue
Ann Parrish, Martha Harris and
which was held at liams,. in Jacksonville Saturday.Miss Mr. acid Mrs. J. B.* FULLY COO "ED.
Ray Coolly: were among large '
Stri kiand's Landing last Wed- Patricia Morrell of Jack- crowd\ which gathered at Strick- Mrs. Bobby White and '

esday. sonville spent last week as the lat1d's' Landing Sunday to enjoya I acid the Ancef Normans.... r
Miss Gloria Cannon and her guest! of Miss_ Shirley Wilkinson.Mrs. a fishfry et Sampson Lake
dinner in honor
Harry Morrell and son big picnic given Friday. Mr.. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L
randparents
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolf '
A. Bornstein (|f, Jacksonville, are, visited Sunday with Mr. and and family of Wilmington, Del. a had ending to their day' '
-.Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson,. Jr and they returned home and
enjoying a two weeks vacationin
% ; Mr and Mrs.
Rudy Higgin
.Nashville, Tenn.. with i' la- family 'and carried her daughter, botham and' daughter; spent Sunday that' friends had put out .
tives. Patricia, home with her. In the living room that .
in Jacksonville! with Mr. and
Attendance at the Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson threatening the whole !
Mrs. J. D. Padgett.
apUst Sunday School is' continuing I and son spent last week with Passersby saw smoke
to grow. There were 116 Miss Nan McPherson. while Mr Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis' and from the attic and being

resent Sunday morning. Come and Mra. C. E. Wilkinson, Sr. daughter visited in Starke Sunday to enter by the \'door, 'AMib.'J

' nd bring your neighbor Sunday. visited with relatives in Holland, evening with Mr. and Mrs a ,window screen and ,
% Leslie Chilson and also with Mrs.
Mi9i. the and sofa
Miss Patricia Owens of Jack- Only rug I
nville has arrived to spend the Mrs. Lonnie Harris, N. L. Ernest Wellhausen in the Brad- burning. Origin .of. the '

ummer with her mother, Mrs. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Den- ford County Hospital.The undetermined.irs. .

uby Owens and family. I 1 mark of Jacksonville and Mr. Maxville Baseball team ) .,, Martha Green

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters and and Mrs. D. L. Griffis of Mac- played the Lawtey team Sunday' husband in the hospital} at

hildren of .Jacksonville. were clenny all visited with Lonnie afternoon in Lawtey. The Law. hassee last Wednesday and'

uests of Mrs. Dorothy Waters Harris at the Lake City Veter- tey team won; the game \with a him improving. .
; S .4
an's Hospital last Sunday. score of 6 to 2, but. it was a real Little Sharon White of S S .' 'S 5

Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Wilkinson close game. Maxville scored .,,2' aton; *Ga. is: spending this

and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. runs in the bottom of the 5th with. her. grandparents, the Ann Page '
-
A80T Wilkinson and family, Nan Mc- i inning. Bill Robertson pitched cei! Normans, while her : APPLEmI i '

Pherson, Charlene Wilkinson, six innings of hitless ball before and brother? are visiting I : ,

SUMMER COLD Mrs. ,'jfrerie Bell and family and weakening 'in the last inning B. Whites.Arthur 'SALAD DRESSING : \>B* "., J lr | ,' ., d I I

Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Wilkinson Lawtey scored two runs in the .' Green, who is r ... ,
: all enjoyed ,a picnic at King- seventh inning and four more in aboard the eaiiier'USS :
[TAKEf : sley' Lake last Saturday for the the eighth with J. D. Padgett al,' was home ,for the :w : 1 ,EXTRA SPECIAL 8-Inch CQUART F
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.' .....for., Sunda'y School of Mt. Zion Bap- pitching It; was a real good Glad to report that "Mr. 3' ,9r. ,
symptoms t ca. .', Ht"- hutch. .., game.: The 1 Maxville' boys reallyset Cormick 'father of Mrs:: 45 Jane paiker Each ;

6 6 We regret that little Judy out to win this- one. Some Johns,' is much improved. .'
UT RELIEF I Harris is ill at her home here: from Lawtey said 'it was the -' OIcrFashj9i"el! Flavor! "
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell spentONADE best game. of ball''they had seen 'TTTTTTT'
all f'f. \
year.

The Intermediate girls classof PINE Silver Brook Print f 1], .f, t' :! ,

Maxville Baptist Church : : .
enjoyed '
UPTO a party at the church last Mrg. : '
by H. M. alcfaeiauuAl
Friday night, with Mrs. Dorothy B.UTTER' ICE CREAM "
4
Waters, their teacher sponsor- &&A AAAA .

ing. The girls donated toys to I We had a, good .
the. Nursery class at the party. ,I church: last Sunday with -


Rev.were About Lester present.18 of Tagart the young was a people guest Sunday of Rev Hilliard And School Mrs.were classes.. J.visiting E. I t Li) CartQn65( Crest mont t 1f2 Gqt f! 6ctc:: S;


Mrs. Dorothy Waters and Murrhees' patents Rev.. Deligntt(ul4Flavors '

children spent last Thursday in Mrs: W. 'E.' Halt. ., last .Ctn _
l r
JackonvWeWIth Mr. and Mrs. night.. ,

Bill Robertson, and daughter.. Those who e enjoyed the A&PTOMATO .- .
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon and supper and peanut boiling .
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t > '
daughter, and Bootsie Cannon J. Fender ',home last -

and son spent Sunday with Mr. night-were Mr.' and Mrs. : JUICE : 1 -

and Mrs. Lonnie Jones and son, Starling" and tans, arid Mr. ,PRESERVAnn
I in Jacksonville. Mrs. Roman: Alvarez. DurU .. '

We regret that Mrs. A. 'W eveningother visitors were t : r
1 1 Ii Rogers is quite ill at the homeof and Mrs. C. A. JenMnsof, 4JOzCan 2Sc. '

her son-in-law and daughter, and Mr,. and, Mrs bv R. '
,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson in and children of Bayless r Page Pure ? : S

; f 4 li Starke.Mr. way. > l' _. ... L&.J 3. g .
Mr. and .Mrs. ,Albert Luscious 2 '.. a r ,
.
'and Mrs.. Preston Pad"gettMr Jacksonville visited his br Sultana .No. 303 CansGREEN .
and Mrs WiII e11iU'o k.MJr .
and si ster-in-Taw;; Mr!' 'and Plum Damson, .' -- 4i
p
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and Mrs. adettLouis' q-
and Diane Saramie Padgett J:visite D: L. Lyles and, last MIkki Friday. night.Roddy I i PEAS >

last weekend in Mariana with
Buddy Padgett.Mrs. visiting their grandparents . '. ....., t I ,
R.' M. Crosbys,' Tri "J -1- i < :
,I L. J. Padgett and chil this week. A" '
A I J; I '
dren visited in Lawtey Saturda Mrs. Robert Myrlck 2 For'33c' NEPPEJ
with Mr. and Mrs. Mac Tanner. from ,the hOSpital'' In jacks
'
TT1 Rev. and Mrs. H. >. Higdon, |faSt Saturday. 'and, ia af. -tie < : ,. .
"
( and family.' were. called" back't- of'? her brother and silt $ h a. d r.1 -i

Chattanooga. Tenn. this. week ,the B. M/McRaes, in i
# due to the 'illness of Mrs. Hig- ')lrs. A.: F. Hall' of Ja ks Sultana 1 .Small I _Stuffed Doleft .Fancy .11,0. Z '

don's mother, Mrs. Sidney Har and parents, the' H. M. If Sliced 21".C"
Hawaiian -
were dinner guests of the< ; : :

'21 INCH 'CONSOLE ria.We are glad to hear that Mrs ,Normans- at Hellbronn' 'last. O L'I'V'E'S' S Delfcioiis With.Meats 'Can ': I tS
4
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.
Mary Wellhausen is feeling better day. .' I
after several days illness.Mrs. "Mr. and Mrs.Reed,),{ '
..
Model 21D7445U Marjorie Sacks p .Silver. Tampa and Mrs. Llllie" I'' *...., .. ,<,... ,. ... ;

ALL CHANNELS Springs, Md" recently -visited' of"starke I visited the H: jt. 1'O' 2 0J ar 49 C. : 'Price irt.k< in. .this t ,ad:'effectivethrough U',, '' :.Safur-i" .

her brother, *and sister-in-law Raes last Thursday ,:- a....1' pu .si. 3, 19{a r_ f
: and'Jlrs.. l'1so friends.t Lake .. .
Mr. John North and n: .. : "
MODELS FROM $14.99fl' 1 family Mrs. Sacks' daughter, Mr. and 'Mrs.: J. T. i

Sharon, came down three weeks Ft Myers and, the, E. C.

ago by plane 'to visit and will spent Sunday night and !. -, d .'
M tM Y ,
return 'with her mother. with the Woodrow Thomas t1r n is Ltw4 r1 u' ti' t: j f r t -

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargrovesand jly' 'at 'Brootoer. The' A&P Instant
daughter had as their guests have spent the past -two ; 'Fr.csh,Syeet :Juicyg e

ServiceAll for dinner Sunday, :Mrs; Bootsie with the Lewises.birs.
"
.
Cannon and MIlS ;Earl and f Terry Groover Moore e
and, also Mrs. Edna *:Manningand of Bi-ooker: and .Mrs.:",R.. 'L. COFFEE .
HMyers: .
Mr. and Mrs.Pat Griffis of of spent ) ,
Glen .St. Mary. .last week with 'the'E. cV .

Work Guaranteed Free. The Maxville Civic Club will The revival meellng\ f n > eac.: e s. : JPZ); Jar
Estimate
meet: Friday nigh Aug. 2, at 8 less }liw y' Baptist: S ,.2.-:0z.Jar

Fully Equipped, -.. Dependable p. .m. The public is cordially invited begin next Sunday night .... .. ".....' ? tn !
;
All flakes and. Models l' will. be Jo served.attend. Refreshments Continue nigHt{ conducted through byjlev.next ,. '' .. .4140 e, rwmui $' .l

.\Rlr OF THANKSWe of Georgia. Everyone- invit "C ..

kindly acknowledge: with Misses p'apsy.and, Joyce
SHEPHERD'S RADIO > -r of Jacksonville 2Y't'r '-- biiMesr auai ...wln tar
: & TV deep appreciation. the kind expressions by spent ; S ""
day'night and Sunday rE
.of. sympathy offered t r "
the illness and recent' their parents' Mn. and. '. / 1
INMAN D. GREEN, Owner during i x. ; t'r 't'
death, .of. oQr:bej ved bWrI and A.' rosby. : The 'girji. are1 "' Fi'c- "> y : ,.t y ..- ,P ; '

JV. Ra \.:J-. J eat J Covers" 'Upholstering' and father,"' Mr. Gadsen (Uncle den well' in '"their work for the ., ,:. ;. ,..i. < ."'. _. ., p.\' <__.-.:.til._. '\1i"' 'r...:.;..:. weinr+uu+aKar a. tow .
in '
Phone 239; Starke, Fla,1., Pete) Griffis. .Xso| for the beau- T'al r Insurances, Co. ( : 4'-2 Call' StreetSlarke.FJorida
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-- -:rtnd-KrS.:1f:1I;
The Cadsoir Griffis' Family: ;' '


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.J '_ ____ ___ ,_ ,_ _, __, _____ __ -, .- BRADFORD COUNTY TEGLUSTARIqFWUIDA- FRIDAY. At'GUb'f 2. 13..J
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Helen, Patel Weds Hunting' Season' Rev. Jack MabryTo Wainwright To Be St. Edward' Church ;

Aaron): F. Taylor
Rules Outlined Begin Duties State DirectorOf Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m.
Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and

,''., Florida's 1957-58 ,general ,At Church Here Peace OfficersLouie '8:30 a. u.Children's. Catechism Cos* each

hunting season for nonmigratory i
Wednesday at 3:15 p. m.
\.:: birds and will
game animals
Jt. Lee Wainwright for- KeystoneHeights

..._ --.-Gladys.- .- -Mooty-- t open, Saturday Nov. 16, in all t. ''. 1 merly .of the Ratford State Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Williamsof (At St. William's Chapel)
--- ------w- --- - ) districts of'the state.
(Follow Hlway 21 south to St.
1 1M Prison and now Acting 'Superintendent Jacksonville former Starke
Visitors Honored Two From Bradford tI The second Bradford'arid and fifth districts of the Avon Park State residents announce the birth vf William's Sign.)

I including other Prison was ele ted a State Di- a daughter on-July 25 in St. SundayMass8& &,
With Coke PartyMrs. Attend UF Meeting counties in ,northeast .and north rector in, the Florida,Peace Offi- Vincent'slospIta1.. Hol]> day masses '1:30 a. m.

W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Ruby Of State HD CouncilMrs. LJ:% gered-day central Florida hunting, ,will with, have the stag first cers Association at ,its 28th 'annual Mr. and :Mrs: terry Harden- Confessions before ull Masses.

,'. ,"
convention in i
West brook
$ Key of Starke announce the
Johns and Mrs. Guy Sale were
I six days (Nov. 16 .through Nov. IIETLBRONN lnSSIONARYB.PI'IST
hostesses at a delightful Coca- L. E. Dugger presidentof 1 July 15-18. The meeting was' the birth of a son, Jerry Randall
21)) and the period from .Dec. I -CHURCH
the County Council nd Miss largest ,held in the
tJ history. of on July 26 at Bradford County
Cola party Wednesday morningof 25 through Jan. 2 open everyday Sunday. SCh m10' a. m. Morn-
Dorothy Ross, home demonstration the Association which now has Hospital.
:
last week on the lawn of Mrs. agent. last week attendedthe Tt. : but Monday,, Tuesdays, some 6,000'members ing Worship, 11 a., m. Evening

Sale's Kingsley Lake home hon- State Home Demonstration and Fridays closed,,at all other State. throughoutthe ,SEVENltl DAY Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training
oring Mrs. Cecil Naftel and Mrs. times. Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid
Beatrice Paulaben of Birmingham Council meeting at the Univer- One director 'is elected from ADVENTIST CHTJKC1I Week Prayer Meeting Wednes
sity of Florida. Shooting hours for resident each Sabbath the
Services in
,
Ala. ,'!'" ea h of the eight Congressional days. 7:30 p- Ill
The, theme for the meeting j ;.: game species will be'from one- districts ona ,state-wide vote home of S. N. Brown across from
The attractively appointed tea half hour before sunrise to NOTICE OF INTENTION
was "Open the Doors." This one- and Bethel Baptist Church east of
Wainwright is the
table was overlaid with a red r ,,.', '. .. half hour after sunset. ; youngest Starke. Sabbath School 2 m TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMENotice
theme was chosen to point up .-,,' -- man ever to serve as a State Di- p. Is hereby given that the
linen cloth and centered with a A Bible Study each Wednesday, undersigned under the provisionsof
and re-emphasize the many opportunities I special spring turkey gobbler rector. He has been a memberof Chapter 29.953.! Laws of Florida
beautiful arrangement of summer open to club members The wedding of Miss Helen hunt will be held from the Association since 1947, at 7:30 p. m.-Arden :Mote ,pastor. Acts of 1941, will register with the
flowers. The Coca-Cola Gunga Patel to Aaron F. Taylor Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and
March 29
6 in the
:Miss Ross said. through April
which time he
: was a member of for Bradford County, Florida, upon
table held] a centerpiece composed :Mrs. Dugger also attendedtwo was an event of Friday evening, second and third 'districts! of k. the Gainesville Police XOTICE receipt of proof of publication of
of a scooped out watermelon July 26, at 8 o'clock in the First North Florida with morning Depart- Sealed bids will be received by this notice, the fictitious name of
short course classes Selection ment. In 1952 he was transferred : Desert Isle Motel under which we
rind filled with fruit balls] Christian Church with Rev. J. The Board of Public Instruction of
shooting only.. are engaged in business at Lawtey
Culture and Use of House to the State Prison at Raiford' Bradford County, Florida, at the office -
planed'on a silver tray and sur- Plants and Grooming Yourselffor E. Sherwood performing the Th -'-' -- -- of the Superintendent of Public Florida.
; season on buck deer opens where he has been active in the Albert Sappenfield and Ruby
rounded with fern. Better Living. She servedon nuptials before members of the one-half hour before sunrise on : Rev. Jesse (Jack) Mabry Jr., Association, serving as chairman to Instruction BOO am.in, Saturday.Starke Florida August, 17 up, Sappenfield Lawtey, Fla.
Kight and Cecil Right,
Assisting the hostess in serv- the Scholarship Loan Committee immediate families. Miss Patelis Saturday Nov. 16 and closes who recently accepted a call as of the 8th District for three 1957. for. the moving of thA Heil- Lawtey Elroy, Fla.

inS the puests were Mrs. H. ,H. which considers 4-H applications the daughter of Van D. Patel one-half hour after sunset on : pastor of the Madison Street years before transferring to the a bronn new site Springs in Starke School, Florida.building' to Dated this 2nd day of August.
1957 at Starke Bradford
AD.
and the late Mra Patel and Mr.
Adams. Mrs. L. M. GaInes! Mrs. for scholarships the I. Thursday Jan. 2. There will bea I Baptist Church arrived in Starke Avon Park Prison, which is in Any bid received after specified County Florida
time and date will not be considered.
-
is the of
Taylor Mr. and
son
Jim Brown Godwin and Miss Presidents' Dinner Committeeand special second district season last weekend and will conducthis the 7th Congressional District. Each bid must be accompanied 84t 8/2J:!

.. Linda Kay SaJe.APproximately. was a teller for the votingof Mrs.Starke.Aaron K. Taylor, all of from Nov. 16 through Dec 8 In. first ,worship serviceon Aug. State Representative Doyle E. by the a certified amount of check five or per bid cent bondin of NOTICE OP-INTENTION

60 guests called council officers for 1958. Gilchrist, Clay, Alachua, Bradford 4, church official said this week Conner of, Starke was among the base bid as guarantee that the TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
The bride was attended by her Rev., Jack bidder, if awarded the contract, Notice is hereby given that the
and Mabry to
and Union comes
Mrs. T. W. the other counties principal speakers at the
during the party hours, 10:30to : Markey Key will within ten consecutive days undersigned under the provision
12:30.: county delegate, was unable to two sisters Mrs. L. E. Froggeof that part of Baker, Nassau and Starke from Sterling Kans. West meeting. He pointed out after written notice being given of of Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida,
Jacksonville and Mrs. F. D. Columbia counties south of U. where he has served, as pastor to such award, enter into a written Acts of 1941 will register with the
The honorees were presented attend. the group the progress made' contract with the Board of Public Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and
Bennett of New Smyrna. Mr. S. 90 from Jacksonville I to Lake of. the First Baptist Church by the Legislature Induction of Bradford County.All for Bradford County, Florida upon
with personal gifts as a remembrance Mrs. J. R. during ,the
: a Kelly represented of publication of
work shall be done in accordance receipt of proof
The first six will be'opl'n since December 1954.
Taylor was attended his City. He and
'days
of this delightful Bradford County in the State by past session and urged officers with plans; specifications-and thisi notice,' the fictitious' name of
occasion from their hostesses. father. but Mondays: Tuesday', Mrs. Mabry and their four small to enforce the laws conscient- contract documents which may be Mae Poultry Farm, under which we.
Dress Revue Thursday night in in business on Highway
examined at the Office of the Sup are engaged
the University Auditorium. The bride chose for her wedding I and Fridays closed'at all other daughters will reside at 1222 iously and impartially. erintendent. 227 (Brooker Road), Starke.
imes. Bradford Street in Saratoga Bidder's qualifications must be Fla.
Mrs. Mullins Honored There w-ere 53 other county a lovely white street length satisfactory to the Board of Public Martin Rodriguez, P. O. Box 11,
dress revue, winners in the state dress of glazed cotton featuringa The season on turkey opens'oneha .I Heights. Revival ServicesThe Instruction of Bradford County, Graham, K'a.' half interest.
f hour. before .sunrise on' The new minister became acquaInted -: Florida. The Board of Public, Instruction Antonio Perez. P. O, 'Pox U. Gra
With Lovely ShowerMrs. dress revue. Mrs. Kelly modeleda bouffant skirt with which 'of Pradford County ham. Fla., half interest.
Saturday, Nov. 16, and closes Florida reserves the right to waive Dated this 2nd day of August.
blue sheath dress of embroid- she wore white accessories anda in Starke recently when Bayless Highway. Baptist
one-half hour after sunset on informalities in any bid and to re. A.D. 1957 at Starke, Bradford
R.S. Mdllins was honored ered cotton sateen with a navy corsage of pink glamelias. Her he conducted revival services at Church is holding a, Revival from ject any or all bids. I County Fiorida.
at stork shower Sunday, Jan. 19. A special second the Madison Street church. His Sunday 83t 8/16 |/! 4t 8/3
a lovely linen duster. This is the first only ornament was a single Aug. 4 to' Sunday Aug.
district will held
Tuesday evening given by Mrs. year that Bradford County has strand of pearls, a gift from season be ,the grandson of a former 11 with the song service starting -
Louis Hiilendahl and Mrs. Don- had an entrant in the state re the groom.A from Nov. 16 through Dec. 8 Li Florida Supreme 'Court justice at 7:30 o'clock in the even-

ald Kokomoor at the home of vue. Mrs. Kelly was selected in small reception followed at Clay, Alachua, Bradford and and a nephew of M. H. Mabryof ings. Hugh Hulett of Empire,

the latter on Church street the County revue held in Brooker the Patel home for members of Union Baker counties Nassau, and and that Columbia part of Tampa.A Ga. will be the speaker. Miss Judy of SteinhatcheeDEEP

An attractive green and white which was also the first county the immediate families. After a counties south of U. S. 90 from native of Newport News,

color motif was carired out in revue and was the climax of short wedding trip the young Jacksonville to Lake City. The Va. the 34-year-old minister received Fire DamageA
the table decorations and re- the intensive work in clothing will be his master of degree
couple at home with the theology -
first six days will be open.but SEA FISHING CHARTER BOATWith
freshments. Appropriate games carried on this year. bride's father on N. Temple ave and in 1953 from Southern fire in the kitchen of a
Mondays Tuesdays, Fridays
were played during the eveningand Attending the revue with :Mrs. closed at all other times. Seminary. He. received his B. D. house occupied by, a Negro fam- I

prizes were awarded to Mrs. Kelly was Mrs. E. L. Cox. nue.The bride attended Bradford Daily bag limit on quail is 10 degree in 1952 at Southern ily near Reno was extinguishedby Fathometer and Ship-to-Shore Radio Telephone
Candis Hixon, Mrs. Mullins, and Seminary and his B. A. firemen Friday evening.
,
degree

the
During week 400 delegatesand with
High School and the i-room at- no season bag limit. The '
.
Mrs. J.
F. Bloodworth.Mrs.
t from in 1948. ,Damages to u.e hoax and
short course members heard tended high school at MurrayHill season opens ,Nov. 16 and closes Baylor University NEW BOAT ,- 50 FT. LENGTH
Mullins was presentedwith such outstanding speakers as Jacksonville and at present Feb. 2.Gamefish. t In World War .II Rev. Mabry contents was estimated at $275.
many lovely and usefule2.u3 Harold Colee, executive vice- in employed at Humphreys Trail served as bomber pilot in the Fireman R. C. (Red) Baford: 'said EQUIPPED WITH DIESEL ENGINE

:! Xqq B uj ffjjtS! president of the State Chamberof Ridge Plant. U.. S. Air Force. the fire. evidently started. from .

Approximately .20 guests en- : Commerce; Edward Pope ,Daily Before'hls'service at the Sterl- an oil' stove. ,

joyed this delightful affair. from the Federal Extension Ser- 81 1 st Birthday Feted Limit' Increased. ing church Rev.. Mabry. .was Powell.The house. is owned, by Luther ,CAPT J. E. STEWART

vice; Miss Frances Scudder from assistant pastor.of the West Side. I .

I the Federal Extension Service; By S. H. ThompsonThe The daily bag,limit for, Florida Baptist, Church. : CALL .HY-8-3598. ',CROSS CITY, FLA.
Dr. John S. Allen vice president Fresh water gamefish was' Increased : GET SET lor your vacation ? :
Rev.' L, E. Enlow who has *
J !! 'Ii University of Florida;* Provost 81st birthday of S,. H. to. allow .fishermen to served.as pastor i since the:'churchwas v.itha Movie: .,Camera fronuBulltngton's. ... ,v-:, *rf I

TH Willard M. Fifield of the University (Shad) Thompson of Lake But- take eight bass,. .eight pickerel) organized_ returned to his For sale or rent., (tf}

STAR'KE of Florida; and Dr. Marshall ler, formerly of Lawtey was observed and 25 panfish per' day duringthe home in Plant City recently

O. Watkins, director of the July 21 at the home of a annual regulations meeting after ..serving on an interim-basis.

SUN., MON., TUES. Florida Agricultural Extension grandson, Howard L. Thompson, of the Game & Fresh' Water Fish

August 4,'5, 6 Service. \ in Jacksonville. A special dinnerin Commission at Tallahassee un
Funeral
Is Held
,- DOUBLE FEATURE Wednesday afternoon the his honor was attended by 105 July 13.The BARKSDALE BIG SUMMER'

Walt Disney Presents group enjoyed supper al frescoon persons: six of his seven living previous bag limit was' 25 For lottis Adams

the Student Center patio children, 13 grandchildren, 25 I gamefish per day, no more, than .
The Great Locomotive
lawn after which they heard the great grandchildren and many : eight of which could be,>lack I Funeral services for loUis i. '

Chase University of Florida Symphony other relatives and friends of bass. The new limit will allow Adams 59, were held at ll*a. m. ,

IN TECHNICOLORWith Orchestra in concert in the University Florida and Georgia. fishermen take a total of 41 Tuesday'at the graveside'm Cros

Fess Parker and Jeff Hunter auditorium. Among the close relatives present gamefish per day provided they by Lake Cemetery with the Rev.

AND were: Mr. and Mrs. Sebe do not exceed the individual J. E. Sherwood officiating.

CrashoutPlus Methodist CirclesCircles Harris of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. species limits for bass, pickerel, Mr. Adams..died'Saturday night

Walter Wilkison Mra. Dan or panfisfc. The term "panfish" in ..local "hospital.after. an illness
Color Cartoon for Kid! of the First Methodist Starling Mrs .Edwin Starlingand includes bream shellcracker, of several, months. He was bornin

Church will meet next week as children, Mrs. Troy Bennett crappie, warmouth, and similar Manchester Tenn.>
Ved., Thurs. August 7, 8 species. Survivors his wife VIola
follows: and Gary Mr. and Mrs. Ivery include !-
DOUBLE FEA1'UREAnimal Circle 1, Mrs. E.' L. Matthews Thompson and Elaine, Mr. and The total Possession limit for ,Estes Adams of Starke;' three

FarmIN leader Tuesday morning at 10 Mrs. Glenn Williamson and children gamefish remains at two days sons lottis Adams Jr. of Gainesville -

COLOR o'clock at the home of Mra T. and Mr. and Mrs. Buster bag limit or 16 bass-. 16 pickerel, and William' D.. -and Joel' .L.

AND T. Long with Mrs. L. D. Viningas Bennett and son, all of Lawtey; and 50 panfish. Adams both of Starke; a daugh-

co-hostess. Mrs. Alene Markham and children I ter,' Miss Peggy J. ,Adams of
Returns To Co. C. '
Outlaw Queen Circle 2, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. Colon Thom- I I'Starke: three sisters, Mrs.. -,Mattie

i: With Harry James and Andrea leader, Monday afternoon at 3 pson and children' of Gainesville; After Training TourPvt i Cunningham and. Mrs. Amanda

King o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. Mr. and Mra Burnell Wilkisonand Crocker, both of Shelbeville,

D. Green with Mrs. J. F. Huntas children of Miami; Mr. and ,Donald L. Jarvis of Starke Teniu, and Mrs. Ida Welch of

FrL, Sat. August 9, 10 co-hostess. Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and children National Guard, Co: C recently Chattanoogo,. Tenn., and three !

DOUBLE FEATURE Circle 3, Mrs. L. G. Green Mr. and Mrs. Wailen Sapp and completed six months active duty I grandchildren.DeWitt j

Designing Woman leader Monday afternoon at 3 children Mrs. Jo Ella Rowe and training with the Army and has C. Jones, Funeral. Home

o'clock at U e home of Mrs. M. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Azure rejoined the local unit ,Pvt. Jaryis of Starke was in charge of ar, ALL MEN
With Gregory Peck and Lauren 6jrogram" WOMEN
signed up for the "Take AND CHILDREN'SSUMMER
W. Lance with Mra Lance ashstess. Johns and children Mr. and rangements. TASK
Bacall Mrs. Howard Thompson Mrs. i in December 1956 and }
ANDStagecoach left for Ft. Jackson, S. ,C. on Jan. .-= ---
Margie Rosier and Ann. and Mr.
12, 1957. He underwent his en-
and Mrs. Marvin Thompson of '
To Fury Coke PartyThe Jacksonville. tire six months tour at Ft. Jack-

,With'Forrest Tucker .and Marl .
Blanchard Junior Woman's Club will son.Pvts.. Clarence R. Hutchesonand

Plus Serial (hap. 15 and Color have a Coco-Cola party Thurs- Youngsters Celebrate Junius M. Smith Jr. electedto

Cartoon day morning, Aug. 8, at 11:30: take 11 week tours of active
With Birthday PartiesEddie
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Carl duty during, their summer vaca-

Roberts, 436 N. Walnut Street. tions from school and are now READYtoWEAR
Mae Hildebran celebra-
stationed at Fort Jackson. ,
ted his fourth ,birthday anniversary Pvt. Hutcheson .s home' on a

Come in for last Saturday afternoon three day pass during the week-
with a party for 25 of his little end and reported that he is enjoying -

friends at the home ,of his parents his Army training. Hut-

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hilde- cheson and Smith will return to I
I'
bran 624 N., Lake St. Co. C when their active duty tour

ends near the last of August.

Robbie Barksdale was host to
.
I 40 of his, little friends last Fri New Principal Named :-' ---r.. .

day 'afternoon at a, party celebrating CHARLEY JOHNS _
& SON
In.
Keystone HeightsRobert :
: his sixth birthday anni ?

: WATCH CHECKON versary. The ,party 'was held at c.Knox has been named about this question: t 3. .2 .

his home'on W. Madison Street principal of the Keystone Ele1

THE: WATCH MASTER mentary School replacing Clinton The hurricane season is here \..-, '.
,;Jean Vickers ,celebrated her West who has accepted a positionin
fifth birthday anniversary Tuesday the Naples Elementary School again. The past few years, .

with KJmx will assume duties Aug."1%. it seems hurricanes have, :
lawn
morning a party
All Work Checked and Timed by for 25 of her little friends. Knox, from Savannah Ga.,' was been more frequent, and more NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO STOCK UP AT

instructor in economics at Arm-
violent. I'd feel better if I

World Famous Watch Master Blazing FishThe strong College in, Savannah,and were insured to full ,value.
has been a lecturer and labor
Starke Fire Dept. wentto consultant for the Brotherhood of Would about $10 more prem- THESE GREAT REDUCTIONS

Railroad Trainmen and Brother- ium give me full. hurricane .. .b
a Negro house in Leeaville in
BULOVAS BULOVAS BULOVAS northwest Starke hood of Railroad Engineers.- coverage?"
Monday morning -
has been instructor in
He an '
-
after receiving a call that
mathematics and vocational studies SALE STARTS FRIDAY A. M.
the stove had fire.
caught at Jenkins High School. and
FROM $2975 when But they the fire arrived.was extinguished elementary schools 'in, Jackson- (krfey E Jobs '

Assistant Chief C. W. Pickett vile.Knoxholds -
a master: of education -
said that apparently the greasein in school administration
degree BARKSDALE'i
GEMJEWELRY a panful of fish had become and supervision from the & Son AgencyPhone

overheated and caught fire. University of Florida and a' bachelor -
Someone had thrown water onthe of business-"administration

Phone 170 Starke, Fla.: \blaze and put, ,it ,out, before degree from the University'cof 13 BUrke, F!..

the truck arrived. j Georgia. -. '
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4 'L 'L' Mr. and M 's. W. H.: Nollman Freddie
Mr. and and
Crutchfield returned Mrs. Mr. Mrs Bias !
I Milton Pattersonand C. W. and said railroad right of way for swer or defenses to the complaint
I I
were home on business for several tc his home in Fort Myers on family: of Montgomery, Ala. sons drove their nieces Leann a distance of 877.51 feet to the ) in said cause In' the office of the
Aortheriy boundary of said SaPP'SUt'et undersigned Clerk of said Courtat
days this week from Asheville, Tuesday after two months via't were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R, O. and Linda Midkiff, back to their thence run North 78 degrees Staike, Florida on or before

N. C. where they are spendingthe with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Dansfiy last week. The Dansbysalso home in Knoxville! Tenn. la.. 25 minutes West and S the 3rd, day of .September. 1957
summer. along the Northerly boundary i and to frtrve a copy thereof on
H. Mrs. Herbert Thomas. had as Sunday visitors, Mr. Friday after a week visit The of Sapp Street for a distance of Jlollis V. Knight, plaintiffs attorney -

S-ggt and Mrs. T. B. HardingJi. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrews and Biases toured the Smoky Mountains : 874.59 feet to said Point of BegInning -jl whose adt'J es.s to Starke.* Florida -
and George Roberts, Sr. of Lawtey ; being all of Block 2| on or before said date, as required -
daughter, Debra of Val- of Wesconnett and Mr. and
family enroute home and arrived ; the Laws of Florida
entered Baptist Memorial Hospital > nth Han e 1 West and all > by and
THE NEWS dosta, Ga. spent the weekend with Mrs. Bill Dansby of Gainesville.Mr. that part of Block 3 South the 1954 Florida Rules of Civil
here Tuesday"
1. their parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Hard- on Wednesday for, surgery. and Mrs. C. H..Reed of Tarpon Range :2 \\est lying East of Procedure. If- you fail to so du, a
State Road 200, and all that :!: decree pro confess will be entered -
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Adair and Mrs. M. L. Lawson: and children -
___, : ing Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. ,Springs. were weekend guests part of Block 4 South Range'>' against you for the relief ttmande -
-_-._..-_ _-_.,._ _u _._,_._-_ ,_._._._._ Mr. and Mrs. J. in
Lawsop. W. Adair of .of Mr., and Mrs. E. M.! Davis. were Dade City Tuesday ;; West lying North of Sapp j I ' WeTt Palm Beach overnight 'I. her Mr. and Street and East of State Road 1 I It 'is hereby ordered that this
and were visiting
'i Mrs. A. Russell Norman Mrs.-Robbie Shaller and sister parents, '
.t[ Mrs. J. E. Hardy and children Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jackson 200, and nil that part of Block j order ar.d notice shall be published
Mrs. T. B. Harding left wednes- !I Mrs. Nancy Gunter of Miami, will spent ten days with Mr. and :Mrs. guests Thursday 'of. Mrs.' : W. G.,: and ,family have returned to their :Mrs. Oren Welch. 4 South, Range 1Vest lying I,l once a week for four consecutive
.i day for Asheville, N. C. where leave:Sunday for two weeks visit ala 1 e. .*. North of Sapp Street, in SimonJ. I I weeks in the Bradford Ciunty Telegraph
Eugene Frensley in Goodlettsville, 1 home in Whippany, N. 'J. after Mr. ,and Mrs. W.. R.: Roysterand Temple's Subdivision as per published in
they 'are attending the Baptist I with Mrs. Gunter's son-in-law and 'Tenn. Mr. Hardy joined his family Mrs. H. D. Rutledge* of Fort't two"weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. family of Jacksonville were plat ,thereof recorded in Deed I Bradford a County newspaper, Florida and hav

II Sunday School' camp' at Ridge- daughter,. Mr. and :Mrs. Bruce I for the weekend ,and all ,returned Myers visited Mrs. F. ;J."Pellum Fred Leonhard at Keystone last saturday. visitors of Mr. and Book the current C. at page public 424 records thereof, of of inga general circulation' in said.

rest. N: C.' for' a week. Heincke ,Holyoke, :Mass. home on Sunday.I .- and family on Sunday, Heights. The Leonhards also have Mrs. Drew Reddish. Bradford County Florida; containing County.Witness my hand as Clerk of said

Mr. and Mrs" Inman Green and Dr. Cuts Carratt of Lakeland I I Mrs. W. H. Nollman nai spent:. :Mr.: and 'Mrs. Ernest J Phillips' visiting them, Mrs., Fryer Cain, of Linda and Patty Rosier were less; situate IS.!,) in acres the, more City or of Circuit Court of. Bradford County,

family spent the weekend In Tallahassee was home for the weekend. five weeks recently :visiting her 'Aberdeen, Md. who has been with I Starke, Florida; Florida, and the seal of said Courtat
and son, Neil, and Mrs. Ros? visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. Marke, Pradford County, Florida -
with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Mrs. Irene Johns and Mrs. L. .D. sister, Mrs. W. F. Swinyer, in Los the them for several weeks. and to Raymond H. Rollins as ad- on the 29th day of July, A. l).
Phillips were vacationing and Mrs. C. H. in Jack 1 I
lard Pass. Green spent the weekend in Ha- Gatos Calif. From there she Mr.1 and Mrs. Carl' Steinhagenof Dittmar mlnis'rator of the estate of Andrew I 157.
: two weeks in the
Dr. and' Mrs. Calvin l. J. Houpt vana and: Tallahassee with rela- went to San Francisco Seattle past Smoky St. sonville last week. M. Rollins deceased. 1 (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Petersburg, former Starke I Charles A. Darby .Clerkof
returned home Sunday. Mrs. tives.Mrs. Wash., Victoria, Canada and also Mountains and in Daytona residents, are, moving back to Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter GREETINGS: You are hereby notified Circuit]) Court of BradfordCounty

1 Houpt had been.visiting her son- C. D. Williams and Mrs.' visited her sister-in-law, :Mrs. W. Beach ;. Starke within week. Miss Kate Struth have had that a suit in equity has Florida.
-i a for
against and each Holhs V. Knight .Attorney
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Titus Olson' left last Friday for R. Brennan, in Missoula, ,Mont. Mrs. Ben Rowland spent the Mrs. Minnie Carter of Maxvillewas as guests during this week, Mr. of been you brougnt as defendants you in the above Plaintiffs 8H 8/22

:i Mrs. V. W.' Strickland Jr. and sons Lakeland where Mrs. Williams is Mr. and Mrs.'L. E.. Jordan and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and MrsW.. W. Page Jr. and entitled Court and cause hv Ma," eUixon ,

: In Des :Moines, Ia. for several spending a week and Mrs. Olson son, Harold, of Ovieda were visit- George McDaniel in Tallahassee.Mr over the visiting weekend.Mrs. Effie Johns daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Billy a ,widow Jasper, Jasper DH1 as Dell administrator Individually -- '; _,' iriWimFLORIDA_ ,-

I weeks, and during that time she i|th past weekend attending the ing Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mr. and Mrs L. D. t Page and daughter of Lake City, i of the estate of Ben Dell,
Vining are
I joined Dr. Houpt in Dallas, Texas, Methodist School of Missions. .I Ritch and Miss Annie last S : Mr. and Mrs. William G. Struthof deceased. Jasper Dell as administrator .
Darby daughter, Sylvia are spending
spending the next ten days with of the estate of Fred Del!,
where he attended the American Elden Mathews, who with his Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Friday. Eunice
Thursday to Tuesday at San .Mrs. Joe Wilson'at Lake. deceased Hazel Dell and
: Academy of Osteopathic Surgeons family, is vacationing in the Mrs. G. S. Brown and children Kingsley M. DeSha of Wildwood, and Mrs. Dell plaintiffs; that the relief
Antonio Texas their
visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Jr.
convention. During the convention North for two weeks, is attendingthe last Mabry Esther Johnson of Plant City. sought in said suit; is to reinoseclouds
were
vacationing week at n-in-law and daughter, Lt. andMrs. and family of Sterling, Kan. have from and quiet and confirm
". Dr Houpt was elected viceresidt'nt Marching Band Clinic at the Boynton ,Beach. r plaintiffs' title to the above described -
., at LacklandAir moved to 1222.Bradford St., Sara-
Ervin Andrews I indefeasible
:\ of the organization. Dr. Michigan State University this Dr. Albert Malaterre and lands as an
I John
Rev. is the title thereto against the
Force Base. toga Heights. Mabry fee simple THEATRfSAT.

1 and Mrs. Houpt returned to Des wrMr.. Malaterrp_____n_ f\f__ .TjJ'kcnnum___n_:_... ;..!. uroro.. .... nf."I.V. nastnr. _____ of__ the___ _\TflHisnn.______.. _Strf'et n___ AOTICK OF BID OPENING claims of you anil each of you; and
f. Moines after the convention and and Mrs. J. Bullington'and Sunday of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and you are summoned ordered and
guests and
supper
Baptist Church.Mr. Sealed bids will he received In file written anLOANS -
picked up their daugnter, :Mrs. daughter, janeile, s>pc n it Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith ,are the office of the Business Manager required to your

,. Strickland and sons and brought week in the North Carolina Moun- Mrs. Del Colley will spend the 'spending this week in the Scrub. and Mrs. Jack DuMas and !Florida State PrIson, Uaiford, Florida \: ", _ii '. AUG. 3 ONLY
; -
this weekendfor to and not later than 10:00
them back to Starke with Lookout Mountain.Mr. family are leaving up
them tains and at
weekend in Cocoa Diane Firth. Betty Lou Wainwright -
with Mr.
and : A.M.. B.S.T., August 19. 19iJ1. for BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
for three weeks visit. and Mrs. Gene Long spent Mrs. Richard Fowler. She will Dave Dong, Don Hillen- Sacramento, Calif. where they the purchase of ,Theatre Kouipment. I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cheshierand the past two weeks vacationing also will make their home. Mr. Dt-' Information concerning this equipment 00.
spend a few days next week dahl. Linda Cox and Billy Dock .
and bid forms may be secured '
I
Mars will study to be veterinarian I
family'have returned from at KeyVest.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons stader are attending the Methodist a from 'the Business Manager, : \
two ,weeks trip to Tennessee and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zack and i and who at the University of Califor- Florida State 1'rison, Post Office I' .
family are vaca- Youth Camp at Leesburgthis Box 221, Ha i ford, Florida. .
713 nia, Davis, Calif. ,
Mississippi visiting friends and daughter have moved to
I tioning at Daytona Beach for two week. 8/2 2t 8/9
relatives. Laura St. weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin G. Gardner

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. and Mr., and Mrs. Grady Cook and and family of Tallahassee have 10 The Circuit Court Of The Eighth VacationsLOANS .
Beasley
daughter, Claire of Fort,,Payne, purchased the DuMars home at Judicial Circuit of Florid IB And.
two nieces of Bay Town Texas Fur' Bradford County ? 'LJL'\
Ala., were overnight guests! last 1115 Pratt St. Mr. Gardner will IB Chaarrry.
spent a few this with
days week S .
.. To The Voters. Of Starke Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Sinclair.Saturday of Mr. and Mrs Clyde be sales Homes manager Sales. for Starke Mobile Simon Mamie J.Dixon.Temple et, et al.al.Plaintiffs Defendants., vs 9

Kincaid. OKUKlt OF Pl'BLIC4TIOAU
Mr. and Mrs. L. D.: Vining spent
.NOTICE TO UCFKNDtN
I for re-election Mrs. Bernard Cohen Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter, -5
am asking! as your Chief of Police. Having returnedto the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. THE NAME OF THE STATE

served on the 1'oliee Department approximately thirty years, her home in Aberdeen, Md. last Linda Kay, were In Jacksonvillelast J. C. Vining in DeLand. I OF FLORIDA: Consolidate Bills
To Simon J. Temple, Neils P.
Friday after three weeks yisit Friday visiting Mrs. Alma
of which ten, years of this time ha* been as Chief of Police, Mrs. R. E. Craig of Cayce, S. ChrIstianson, E. Strong, Clara
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Compton in Baptist Memorial Elizabeth Rollins, Edna C. Rol- MB
C. is Mr. and Mrs. Eustis COOPER
visiting
I feel that this experience qualifies me in every respect to Wesley Andrews.W. Hospital.Mrs. lins, Wilbur Jo:. Rollins, Raymond ; uBDGHmi
McKnight this week. She will be H.! Rollins, Andrew Mace Rollins if
perform the duties of Chief of Police of the (City of Starke. I S. Vanderlip and daughter, J. A. Howe of Miami is joined over the weekend by her alive, and if any of the above i LOANSMedical 't

earnestly solicit your vote and support to re-elect me as your Dawn, of Decatur, Ga. spent the visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. husband and family.E. named unknown persons heirs.be devUees.dead then legatees.to his IQI
> AND .
week with Mr. and .
Mrs.
Chief of Police as it Is my Intentions that this will be the last Harry A. Newsom.Mr. L. Lanston is spending a grantees, creditors or other persons 0-'j
Mooty and daughter, Gerry. claiming any interest in the here- Bills
time I will offer for this office I ulll be and Mra Leaton MorganJr. month in South Carolina with
as eligible for retirement Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez and matter described property by, _
and daughter, Sandi, were relatives.Mr. through under or against each
at the conclusion, of the term for \\hkh) I am seekiug family of Fort Myers were visit-
such deceased, and to the unknown
weekend guests of Mr. and Mra and Mrs. Bob Lee and chil-
re-election. ing :Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez heirs, devjsees legatees grantees,
W. R. Shytle and family of Or- dren of Lakeland. spent, the weekend ,- creditors or other persons claimingany S LOANSHome I
last
week and. are spending- the with ,-Mr. and Mrs.- E. J. interest in the hereinafter described -
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE I next three weeks at the Leola lando. They. were accompanied I property by through, Under -
Roberts home by their sons, Leaton III Dowling.Mr. or against Andrew M. Rollins,
APPRECIATEDW. cottage on Kingsley Lake. and who had the and Mrs. J. D. Doyle are deceased and N. 1>. Christiansen
Ralph, spent
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stricklandof ;! next week in deceased; and tll all persons haying Improvements
spending yacationing
Belle Glade were last week visiting their aunt: and or. claiming any right. title or Interest -
E. THORNTON guests, New Orleans and Jennings, La. in or to the following lands
uncle.
week of Mr and Mrs. Paul Ray- Mrs. Doyle's mother, Mrs. Fay situate in Bradford County, Florida -
mond and Mr. and Mrs. R. B., Al George Kopelous'es left Mon- to-wit:
Gill, will spend the week with Mr.
BEginning'at the point of the LOANSBoats .
varez. day by plane for Athens Greece, --
$
and Mrs. W. T. Gill at Camp intersection of the Easterly _
'-. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roberts of where he will visit his brother boundary line of right of way uYs hU '
.,-' ;, '- Lake Sutler Blanding.A of State Road 200 with the
were weekend guestsof and sister. It will be the first
group of friends gave a surprise Northerly boundary line of rightof & i&5 I
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. time he'has seen his relatives covered dish luncheon and way of Sapp Street (form- l4otQrsLOANS'

Mrs. Henry Stef nelIi and erly, North Street), at an iron _
there since
son leaving Greece 43
house-warming ,for Mrs. Guy An- stake set at such point of intersection -
Raymond, were in Tallahassee on years ago. drews on Wednesday of last week. (and which point is Plus "Pikers' Peak" Cartoon
business on S .f-'; 280.58 feet distant from and ,
ARKE and Mrs.Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. E. S. Matthews sing spend Mr. and Mrs. ,Bob Cray and bears South 17 Degrees 46 minutes S and Chapter No. 11 "Congo

E. W. Newcomb ten days at Kingsley'L\ children of Fort Lauderdale are Welt from the IntersectionS jii.u: ....

S of Orlando and.. .daughtrMrs. withMr: ;'"and )Mr r iB. L Mali spending. few days this week S of the the Right,Easterly of Way.of.boundary. State line ': inf mr

BUILDERS SUPPLIES L. L. Brooker, and daughters of thews and' family while Dr and with.Mr. and Mrs. R. G., Paterson Road %00 with 'the North line of Auto Repairs"Folks

Toronto Canada are visiting :Mr. Mrs. H. B. McLendon are visit- Mr. and Mrs. R E. Edmondsonand Block 4 South Range 2 West of SUN., MON., TUES.
Simon J. Temple'sSubdivision) 4 5 6
and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb several sons spent a week recentlyat August ,
ing their son-in-law and, ,daughter FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING S
r. days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meis- their cabin near Black Mountain thence run. North 17 degrees ,
46 minutes East Find Us
and alor.g said Friendly"LOCAL
a.. IAw,.)" Mr. and Mrs., H. A. Edwardsof ter, in Decatur, Ala. N. C. Easterly boundary line of the

\ Jacksonville'were ,last Thurs- Mrs. R. A. Newsom has had Rev. and Mrs.. Hunter and sons right of way of State, Road too
for a distance of 940.68 feet to I
4 -" -- day visitors of :Mr. and Mra as recent guests Mr. 'and Mrs.H. of Atlanta spent a few days last the North line of Block 3 South, FINANCE

I Riley Wasdin. week with Mr,. and Mrs. Huston Range 2 West of said Simon J,
.
W. Shipp of Jacksonville, and
FINE WOOD FOR.FLOORING Wanda Wallis is in Boca Grandefor Mrs. R. E. Matthews and Mrs; McClane at Kingsley Lake. Temple's South 72 Subdivision degrees 16, minutes thence run 10 COMPANY t4 BA ND ON
Mrs
George Flynn and grandson -
seconds East and
two weeks visiting her grand- Mamie Mitchell of Lakeland. along the
Glen McClane, spent Tuesday North line of Block 3 South !:: (firm I&4SJf1IIdI
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Col. and Mrs. 2 West
Tom Rouzie of night with Mr. and Mrs. FlynnJr. Range and along the
) Hoffman. North line of Block 3 South,
*. RIGHT Mandarin were Sunday after- in Leesburg and Wednesday Range 1 West of said Simon J. ."
SEASONED Mrs. Orie Wiggins and daughter Iloon visitors of Mr., and Mrs. ;. attended the funeral of Mrs.Flynn's Temple's Subdivision for a distance -
Susan, L. G. Hemingway and of 871.63 feet to the Westerly S 114 N. Walnut St. ti soon! .
[PUTI'OWAA FLOOR .' Mrs. John Guy qale.Raymond. uncle, O. N. Canova, in boundary line of the rightof ( mm '
Moyer and} daughter. Stefanelli and Roddy Winter Haven. way of Seaboard Air Line WKWIU: '
-: Janie, of Jacksonville spent laiJ t Slruth Railroad at a point 100 feet Phones 580 and 581 .
Mr. MUM
GOO STRONG AND spent last week vaca- and Mrs. C. F. Bowers of from the centerline of the West .

week in Elizabethtown, N. C. tionins'' in,n South__ ____ _Florida_u____ Fort' Lauderdale, _u n ---'_ were-- -- overnight_ -- main track of said HaHrnari ca.tIIW. I

o' TIGHT with Mr. and 'Mrs. John H. Hem- :Mr. and Mrs. George Kauf- guests Thursday of their daughter ---0---- thence minutes runS 50 seconds th-If West.degr43 anti: Plus "See Your Doctor" Car.

mingway. 'mann and children spent several Mrs. R. G. Paterson, and fam- along the Westerly boundary of toon

&: I Mrs. Kirby Smith of Hawthorne days last week on a vacation ily.Mr. .

-cc, t is the weekend guest of trip down the East Coast. and Mrs. James F. Blood-

\,.. worth and have moved WED., THURS., FRI.
Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith. family
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon
-\. G, :_-.. ;8y "': .. Mrs. Angus Beiling and daughter ind sons of the State Farm from 125 W. Washington St. tooT Fishing For Record Attendance, Aug. 7, 8, 9
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Lafayette St.
Mary Virginia, of Worthington 'eave todays for a two week 1
Changes of address this week
;: Springs were last Friday vacation with relatives in Tennes- ,
O LOCAL 1 RWUIIln?
include L. to All Will Be School Goal 10 AM
evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. : George Macarages Sunday -At !
see.Mr. 634 N. Cherry St. FASTER
; Rudolph Bryanto
Clyde Colson. and Mrs. Dick Siefferman THAN :
309 So. Redgrave St.; William Hear Bill Compton Preach
Mrs. Pearl Whitnel and daughter of St. Petersburg are spending UTHE'ASf '
S
Ritch to 536 N. Cherry St.; AlexP. sr
Edwina, of Deland are visiting the weekend with Mr. and' Mrs. SALIYE."I
to 615 E. GUN
help Washington! ,
Hear Mr.
and Mrs. Gonzalez
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth Merritt Williams Sing
and Miss Frances St.:; W. F. Agnew from 393 N.

10 PIECE and family this week. Landrum. They wilj all. attend Cherry St. to 318 Lafayette St.; ,

Mr. and Mrs..J. H. Mosley o' ,a family reunion' \Sunday. : Curtis Phelps from 704 Lake St.

I Memphis, Tenn., and Dr. and at the home of Mrs. J. F. Rogers to 326 W. Call St; Felton Smith First Baptist Church HamptonWe PIUS-"Ueaver- Trouble" Cartoon ;

Mrs. James E. Mosley of Treze- :n Jacksonville.S from 114 N. Clark St. to '125 So. ,

LIVING ROOM vant, Tenn. have spent. the past :Mr. and Mrs. C. R: Williams Cherry St.; Norman Thomas' ,to

ten days with Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Tr.; and daughter of Jacksonville 401 Alton Rd., Invite You To Attend These Christ-Exalting:, HEY! HEY!, HEY!

I Adams. ..vere weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards of Jacksonville God-Honoring Services
,
GROUP Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Naftel and Mrs. Williams Sr. spent Thursday to Sat- Remember to stop in. and get

family and Mrs. Beatrice Paul- Mr., and Mrs. Will Slade and urday with her. son-in-law and a family size box of the fin
123 EAST
k PHONE CALL 80 STREET ben of Birmingham, Ala. :spent family of Baxley, Ga..arrive Sat- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Drew MARVIN E. FAILE, ,Pastor S est Popcorn !Made\ (for 25c)

last week at the ,Mundy cottage jrday to spend ten days at the Reddish and family. -

Lake.v __ ____ .' .- -, -,
on Kingsley ?, lade' -guest house on Kinsslev-! -u


Sofa Bed .. Platform Rocker --. TV I[GASTOONSBy:: I Lake.Mrs. W. H. Edwards III, and 1

Chair 2 Stepend Tables 1 Coffee ion, Hal flew last Wednesday to

Heidelberg, Germany to join her II

Table 2 Table Lamps 2 Sofa husband Lt. 'Edwards, who has Your Savings earnMORE

Pillows' i":"three year tour' of duty there' :

GIB BROWNS Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld of

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Campville, a former State Farm

.j resident spent the weekend with "

: S "Vi icr son-in-law and daughter, Sir. : !f

and Mrs. Milo Siegler, at the :
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: State Farm. Mrs Siegler .entertained r : PAID TWICE YEAR

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at a Coca-Cola party Saturday S *.

evening for her mother L

md invited her former! neighOrs 'E: S c Your savings grow faster at the Florida Bank at .

and friends. 'S -: ,"

-,.-,.-.-. Mike Seigler spent the* week- S Starke Earn a full 3% compound. interest. ,; S ;;
26 .- nd with his grandfather, Bryan "

ffhitfield, in Campville. ; Safe too, each account is insured. up .to $10,000.. ':
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Friends of Mrs. J. H. Ritch S S .r'
GIB WILL GIVE YOU THE Start saving the convenient today at.. the
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will be happy to hear that she way 'i '

.. ,, ,KEY. "s improving nicely following alight S

Sfr' stroke last week. ,'., 5 i .' ,
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Excellent service ,is'. the "key"to .
Mrs. Russ ll Stevens and .
ONLY customer!! satisfactionWE daughter, Natalie of Indiana- .:' "'! ,

Small Down S KNOW! oolis, Ind. and Naples, Flau were FLORIDA Bank \." '
I
Payment overnight guests last Friday of ; : :

95 Mrs. W. S. Slade and Mr. and !--S 4';": :" out Of 27wrtosusunoaour at Stark t"::. ;1.; :. =t.-. .5. :,

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GIB BROWNSERVICE Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, S -'. ,S .I J 1'r.; ."( .,..\..:, :. .' -
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Mrs. Alva Smith of Gainesville : 'f'l "" 'f' .
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Standard Oil Products I MUUM matt DOOM msuuita covouno*
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and. Mrs. Georgf 'r'i1 : S f S ":' S .
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S 407 N...Ternp1eA't.S .' have bought a*. home In Jackson 1"- ? ; ;' ONE:OF:THE FLORIDA BANKS SERVING ALL FLORIDA \ :

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: ft1. n I ? '. .. ;..Jlwr."t :- \ }FRIDAY, AGUS?-Ii1951! .
FAOE Nil
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I. -" .. 4. -..:.,.' D1 14 1' 1 ; .: : & .so : tni hel l'oned. to'me Marian L. Croiby. Deputy Clerk
't fi b"Y9 $Ebs.n,X1ltd.agakist 'oa' Ia-tb. and"b concave to ordered and,required of minor child and disposition of By
HJ'l !,, v. ,jJf ,ft'W" Y fJYI YF.7! ''J."I ># '. ... t"Y9"_ .. .*ti8me-CffUTtraiid*cause tnsaerve&eop7 NbrUichord distance 1 of Six your written Answer or, 'defenses'to property. 7/12 .4t 8/2

SOli"'ar..req lre4'1\1' 6. hundred seventy-six and "forty- : the complaint in said cause In has been fifed against you In the .

KEYSTONE y our-answer er pleading to .tbomplaipt five hundredths (676.45) feet the,office of the- undersigned Clerk above named Court and cause and la Clrmlt C Court Bradford Cvarty, .
HIGHLIGHTS BROOKER On the PlalntUfs Attorney to' an' Iron' stake .said chord I of said Court at Starke Florida you are required to serve a copy of I FUrMat I. Chancery. :

\vmiam 'n' Morgan,' 507' .Clark having a' bearing of South !on or'' before the 26th day of Aug- your answer or pleading to the I Kathryn P. Tompkins, Plaintiff. vs.
Jacksonville 2, Fla. thirty uset 1957 and to serve ,
Building Eighty-one (81) degrees a copy 'tompUint on the Plaintiff's Jimmy N. Tompkins Defendant.
By..Mrs...J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 By Sirs. Joyce Castien and tne.tho', ortgtnaMo-,the..6ff.le. (30) min te- -and, "thirty-four] thereof. on A.' J. Thomas Jr.., plaintiff Attorney Gerald R. Hart. 301 Case No. 10-2263 l
ef the CUrfcof the Circuit' Court. -o. (U> seconds East; run thence attorney whose address is Smith Building. Jacksonville. 2, )rder .f Pabllratioa sad Netlee te '
...yy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy or- before, th. % North six (6) degrees, twelve 03n5 Temple Avenue Starke Florida Appear St..f FUrMa Tei
AhLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&&&1AAIAAAAAALLAAAALAAAA.iijortnt .- (12) minutes and tlftr (50), sec. Florida, on or before said date. as I
-- daj'otAuaustL1S-: I residence
19 Jimmy N. Tompkins, whose -
and file the original tile office of I
.West distance of Two'hundred the Laws of Florida'II
'- ends a. 4..UHCU oy
The Brooker Home' otherwise the,ctlegatlou .of sail is Charlotte, N. C. and whose ;
Demonstration
Week For Rotary Rev. Malcolm Davis seven' and forty-three and the Florida Rules of Civil Pro the Clerk of the Circuit Court nir
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complaint will be taken a* coufestd before !address Is: Rt. 1,- Box Ill, Char-
the 12dayof August.
Club met at the Civic Center tfcandredtbs .(207.43) feet to an cedure. If you fall so to do. a decree .
Resigns Pastorate Here yetesrl K f 5- jT! '>fS' II lotte, N. C.
The Frank WalraU Jr.' lawn bra ; Iron 'stake run thence_ 'South pro confesso will be entered l!)"i; utnerwise the allegation ell'
Davi for their first meeung of the sea- notice shall bl. puUIaheq- said_ Compaint, will be taken a. You are required to appear on
waS the Rev. Malcolm $, for two eighty-three (83) degrees, fortysvenj(4)i against you for the relief demanded
scene on Thursday evening "' .n' each week for four eonseeiAlv '
son with six members and one f. ? HteS'ud.ten (19) inline complaint. :I eased by you.rhis August 12, 193:, In the above

for the rAessembl/' jnem- years Pastor o1the, : First Baptir. visitor 'present Mrs. 'Ellen Barber weeks"Rt.ORAM.4o ,tb. -D8ADJ'O".' .. COVNT1r., ,. seconds East j ,a distance 'of One I"It i ,.her 1iy' ordered' that this notice chall be published named, court and Cause-, ..her..11plaintiff"
2 vnce each weekfor f ur'C>tlsecutini seek divorce, care custody -
bers of the local Rotary Club. Church of Keystone.Heights., willleave' : Dated, this 1$ day- of July! '1b7.iIOFJ'lOuL Hundrett fivtti (103) feet to ai order and'notice shall be published weeks child. "
;of Jacksonville who is visiting .8tak.b9F. South i in, the:Bradford County.Tele- :and ,control 'of minor
his "charge"here to acoep* 8 AL) Charle A. DMOJClerk ,i Iron thence once a week for four consecutive 1rb .' enail -
this Bradford County Telegraph
Present occasion was-the ,
on her sister, Mrs. Lottie Edrds -' --4 of the Ctreqlt Cour -Srx (6) degrtes. twelve (12) weeks In the Pradford CountyTelegraph. -
I
: 'ot 1957. four
Dated this 10 this Order in next
day July. publish
District Governor, Henry Dew of Pastorate of the First Baptist ,was "the guest of honor. By ICaria U'"cr b'by, B vaty ci.p. .'" nciminutec.aidfifty- (50) seconds ; a' newspaper published r IOFFICIAL SEAL) > kly'lssuel.. ,
To hundred Ijr
'Ch rch' 'of1 Hogansville": Ga. on '- 'It t,N : .u' "East a disUny pf. in Bradford County, 'Flerfdai 'and Charles A. Da'oy Witness my band and official
his
Jacksonville, who war making Miss Dorothy Ross demon- seven abd J6ftV-thTee Titindredths
gave a having a general circulationLln said .. ,'
Clerk of the Circuit Court seal at' Starke, Florida, this July
official t visit to the club. Committee August 12.Dirini 'ration on .making baskets. The. 1.1., arraltC.irt. it Floridam4M 3 ( OT.nh.te,aforesal4 tVto Xortherly an- Iron.jitake, hound.111 .- I I,County. By Marian L.:. Crosby, Deputy,Clerk 10. 1957. '

: chairmen//presented reports Mr. Davia' pastorate Brooker Club will be host to the Ei1t.: l .ClreH. ImA" aryi on ; tran-lhence'tn t 'an 'Easterly WITNESS I my hand as Clerk of '/% 4t 8.XOTICE /% OFFICIAL SEAL) -
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For Bradford Cvaatr, I* Chaa-. said Circuit Court of Bradford I. Charles A. Darby
and'plans for the year's'activitiesat her the church has received 70 County .Council!. on Tuesday, July sery.i1r. 1 .. dtrectk*). aldng\\cI".Jong said Northerly.boundary. the arc County Florida, and the, seal of TO' 'APPEAR' 1 Clerk of the Circuit court

this time.- new members. 25 by Ba'ptism.. :' An. 30.Mr. I ;. POWELL,- aUo'known,:,as fbf a-cafVe'-sard'curve-ha\1ng, ( "k said Court at T'Starke., Bradford la Clrvvlt' Caart. Bradford <...t,, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk t

educational buDding worth $25)- and Mrs. T.' B. Edwards of LUTHER. POWELL- Individually i niadiUM (,El un .Thousand .three County 'A.D..Florida on it his 23rd day Florldaf la'CbHarrry./: j I Char R, Hess. 20405 Guaranty Life
and with 'John H. POWELL "July 1957. .
Joined
Mrs. Al Nelson was hostess. to : hundred fitty-nins and two Ruth Barrett, 'Plaintiff, vs. G. W. Building. Jacksonville Fla. .
,
fathering 000 has been builf, an 'organ purchased Worthington, Mr.' and Mrs: ErceD as JQxecutors and Trustees ,pf' ."the Utenths(11.359.2)'feet; ; and 'betag150PaYe0 $/ 'Charles ;iA. barbY, Barrett. Jr.,, Defendant. Attya. for Pit. 7/12 4t 8(2
the '
of Anns
a Luther'
Rotary Estate' of C. Powell, deceased. -
: Edwards a.chord ierkof'CjrcuitCourt of Bradford --- -
and tl- North Case No. 10-2261 U
and' Minister of Music daughter of the I. .
Plaintiffs, SEA '
same evening at her home on State versus "dlsfance ,of.Sfx Hundred fifty- County Florida. v-% .\ Netlee T*' Appear
called. Farm, and Mrs. Eva Har- POAREf AIRLINE RAILROAD. >. two laM seventy-three hundredths (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 'whose DEPENDABLE
Lake .0 To: G. W. Partett, Jr. res- FOR
Geneva
to meet Mrs! Dew In the wider area of service Mr. rell visited Mr. and'Mrs. Bob Ca- COM, *PANT- et al Defendants.; ( %.'), ,feet..to. a concrete A. J. Thomas Jr.,-, ident and address is: 2669 Hanover r
NOTICES',OF 8tIT. '
203-205
Temple Avenue
wife of the District Governor. son and other friends monument on the Easterly Avenue, Richmond Virginia.
In .
Davis has 'Melrose la The \Iae Of Tie Stat Of Starke Florida
served on the Missions boundary 'of aforesaid Southwest You are hereby notified tbat a
The also last week. Florida' ". of Southeast Attorney for Plaintiffs Termite Control
(8W
Rotary Anns were Committee'of the 6th District and Quarter U suit for divorce and restorationo
Mrs. Zedra Hamilton Is in Riverside To:' SeaboardAir. .1.oitI"t.a: oa -" Quarter (SE&);' run thence 7/26 4t 8/16 maiden name .
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guests at the regular Rotary on the Seminaries Committee forth Company: ,' foreign corporation. tjNQrth: : Zero () degrees eighteen -1- has been filed against yen II the

'luncheon' on Friday when the State 'Convention.Mm Hospital Jacksonville. duly: authorized todo- business in ,. (It) minutes and thirty (30)secb'nds NOTICB TO APPEAR above named Court and cause and O Household, ft Commercial .
Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. M D. H rreU and the State of Florida:; Florida Railroad -> West along said' Easterly la CircuIt Coast Bradford Ceaary and you are required to serve a
DistricJ ,GoVernofr addressed tie Davis, the former Isabel daughter Company now known, 'a* .; boundary a distance" of Nine rUrtdat I. Caaiccrr. ;' copy of your answer or pleading to Pest Control t i
of ; and Mr. and Mrs. Er eU 1 and eighty- Thomas G. Skinner, Jr, Plaintiff,
Club and described the efforts Atlantic Qulf and'West India hundred eighty-one the complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
Kinett of Macon Ga., has taughtin Edwards, and daughter spent last Transit Company* .A Florida tot ':?' W.hnndre.dtha' USl.!) feet to vs. Pauline Faye Skinner, Defend T. Frank Landrunv P. O.

Rotary Chifcs In 102 countries the Keystone Elementary Thursday at the Jacksonville poratlon and Florida Railroad a concrete 'mon ment71'un' thence ant. Case No. 10-2256. Pox 546. Starke. Florida 1 O Grove SprayingCaIIFL66035
throughout the free world to pre. zoo. Company' the"State of Florida; 'North eighty-nine (89) degrees ft at lee Te Appears and file tile original in the office of i
International School for" the past year. They Mr. andMrs. Guy_ Harrell and a dissolved' Florida corporation; ;3''ftyifour (54)' minutes andtwenty. To: Pauline Faye Skinner whose the Clerk of the Ctrcfitt Court ;a or i

mote understanding. ., win be greatly missed'in the community family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren and All parties pUlmiug, jaterestsby. ,(0), bficonds' ,West 630 residence and address is: 9001 Tea- before the 12 day of Aug. 1957:
good will) and 'pe ce. .,.through, under' or against said feet to a concretemonument; doso Street, Yaleta Texas. otherwise the allegations of said ,
: Mizell and .family, Jack Suggs. railroad companies; James T. runt thence" North Zero '(0) decrees You ae hereby notified that a Complaint will be taken as confessed Florida Pest Control

Mr. Dew also urged local Ro- Eva- -Harrell---,- -an.* _Mi. .. an/t.. .U. ,.' Sontter.'John .MeRae, Mamie ,JohnSon .eigbteen (18) minutes suit for divorce by you. .
: Newly Owned DevelopmentThe i .n. "- ''and ( 0) seconds West has been flied against you IB the .
Austin. Clifford Johnson. Bry- tbirtZ ; Tbis notice shall ue publ'shed once
tariins to, atten l 'the notary DIS-' newly opened White Sand Paul Emory of Lake City spent At
trict' 'Conf ren e to be: held in Lake will the the weekend at Silt Spi-!gs. .Bostwick R.. L."- Shaddock.J -,.ty-nine' and "four tenths ;(169.4) you are required to serve a euPY of week In the BradCord. County Tel.graph. .
Jacksonville make Development bring Marcia Gr eii. Mrs. >.4$* Jamleson and Caddla Jamie- : feet'to concrete monument on your answer or pleading-to the cem- 24 N. W.;.16th Ave. -
and to plans :following people tb this area as Rosa Pin- 1 ,*Ji18 wife, :if'allte.' and Jf any ;0Ihi- .Swulherly boundary of the plaint on the Plaintiff Atterne Dated this 9 day of July 195'-
for the Rotary Club to be represented holster, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy 6f:-tne.above named persons deadthen rlght-of way of' Bessent Road: William D. Morgan; SOT Clark (Official SeaO Charles, A. Darby I SainMville, FlorIdaALVAREZ' I
purchasers of lots with the prospect Pinholst are spendlne ,:to his or (her'uuli HO wn'spouse, *-* rtir theiice ,North Eighty-nine Eliildin, -Jacksonville 2, Fla. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
at the 49th international this week; and file the _, .
: the developer I.01 (89) degrees twenty-four (24) original in the office of
of building homes, heirs devisees, -grantees,' creditors;
convention to be held in Dallas at KlngaleyLake. and -.U' othtr peraons, clalmias iiiuutesand' )Twenty (ZO) sec- I or me before Clerk -of the theCircuit Court on -
S. E. McKay reports: Edmund Allen Polk of'Trenton was"a any 'Interest In the property hereinafter o-ods 'West. alojiff said Southerly "
Texas next June. 12 day'of August, 1957 Men's Clothing
Haskina. Mr. and Mrs. Jack described by;' through; tb boundary" distance of' Four ;
weekend of otherwise the STORE
guest: Ronald Dukes. allegation of Bald
hundred., l rty-sx and. Becanty4flflve -
'Mrs. J. W.: Whitesides. Bannon, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nancy dreen ia spending this undif ceased;6r Florida against"Land each'-;findfm'ml suchi:de.- hundredths ((446.75)) feet .ton Complaint ed,by will be taken as confess .Establ shed 1894Thats

'Dk. In Hospital .ofJ Griffin Mr.. and gratlon. Company.of, Florida and & concrete' monument; "run 700. _
'" ,Mrs.. Thomas week with her grandparents," the _- thence 5utb'I)2degrees fifteen ,'This notice' shall be published .
Florida Land and .Immigration
Clara Davis Whitesides-, di 4 ,poison,. Mr.- and Mrs,James Edwa'ds i, L L. Hardys in LaCrosse; J'I Company, a body corporatedis-- "(15) minutes' and forty* (49) weeks Oace each In tb.week Bradford for four County crasecutlv Tele-* -

.Thursday morning., July 25] as ,'Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Davis, The Edd, Polk family and William solved 'Florida corporation and necondjjE&st a distance of Two grsoh '
i Jail 1 parties. claiming "Interests by .hundred sitteen (,al&), bet' tova Our Business
the result of a cardiac ailment Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ryan. Mr. Dukes' Jrv family enjoyed-a ''throarb. nndefor arain t-t' aM. tor-*"*.. concrete' monument; ,run thence r (OFFICIAL Date this SEAL 3 day Charles of July.. 1957. I
) A.
,.after*a brief Illness.She is survived and Mrs: .Dewey %Ward, Mr. and. peanut boiling with the-T8ln ia1ge I potation (s): Charlie' r DeU- whose North 'ettrht-nlne (89) degrees, Clerk of the Circuit Darby Court If It's Glass ',We' Hare .Itl!
twe ty-f911r (24) minutes twenty -
Polks residence t is..299 West" J3S street, By Marian
by her husband,"William J. Mr?. Walter 'Smith.Mr. in" Trenton last Friday Apartment 14New York, New (20) seconds West a.distance L.Crosby Deputy 7/12 4t Clerk CALLWRITE''VISrr
8/2
Wh eside* and her daughter and Mrs B. T. Pace and, nIghtAlfred York;* Damon- ll', ??*- BerthnJ.ee of Three-hundred. forty-six (346) -.
Dukes Dell; his wife., whose'residence: ia feet. to.a. point of beginning.
I Cicada Lee; and two sisters, Mrs. family. of Jacksonville and Mr. spent last week 706 Bat North Street. Starke parcel C-A parcel of land WOTICE Tt A..I.4. -

'H.r r/BobbUt of 'Charlotte, ''N: CJ and Mrs. C. ErCuttry,. also of end in Tre ton" with Donald Polk.: ForJd4: 'Leroy' Dell and Rosetta lying in the Southwest Quarter I I.. FUrlcai Clmlt !Court. Bradford C..t,. Joe Peters Glass Co.

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dell: ; his wife, whose residence 2 i. (SEH) of Section twenty-seven Caaacery. ,
and Mrs. T. J. Wright; Jr. 'of Jacksonville) will soon build lake Uallendale. )Florida'Roosevett (%); Township six (6) South I l Doris McAvoy, Plaintiff vs. Roy-

Potamouth, Va. 'Mrs.\Whitesides cottages on their lots ht the Lake G. B. .Colson 'were Sgt..and. 'Mrs. and "Jettye Dell,.. bis* wife,* wkos Range ,and twenty-two .(22) ant.lon Rockefellow McAvoy, Defend- FOR ANY GLASS NEED
E. C. Long of Columbus, Ga", the residence is'RFD, .tarke-"Florida; East, Bradford County, Florida; Case No. 10-2264 Fronts
was the daughter of fro and M'8. Bedford S Shores Development ac- E. C. Oscar DelT a ad..Maria A <-DeU. this containing two and forty-five Avtlee T. Appear We Design Modern Store
Long
family State'Farm, wife whose ,.residence js .Starke. hundr.edths (2.45) acres, and being To: Roydon Rockefellow McAvoy. Just Mall Us A Pattern for
Augustus
Clark Porter of Charlotte conjing to Mrs. Anna James, whose residence
the Spencer Colsons and"Arthur Florid:. DeWitt PffrnU whose more* particularly. described, and address Is:
and 1 is "survived herfather. Realtor. : as ,follows:. H IC. U, S. N. Enlisted Training Table Tops
by Littles of Lake City, and Mr. and residence (:,Florida. Statev Hos Division U, S.

_" Duplicate Results Mr J., K.; Douglas, J'taud 'Crews: pita' !Carnell.- ''Ohattahoochi IlUcLLoUle'. Florida-P rl el(Eddie his corner'of Commence said at Southwest the' Northeast. Quart- Portsmouth, ,Virginia.Naval. HosPit.al'l I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
You
Mrs. Whitesties with her husband The July 25 game brought up add Zedra Hamilton. wife whose residence is 16a.A &st158th ,erSW%) of Southeast Quarter for divorce are hereby notified ) -4

following winners Mrs. Street, Kew.Yftrk, ,N WjiYock; ? (Sk-,> and run thence Sr uth custody and
and has lived in : Evelyn .,
daughter ,
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Mabel :Parnefl Bryant and Thomas 0 degrees ignteen (IS) mInus,
Keystone- Heights forth past '12 Carne Mrs. 'VelmS Menzen. Television' Theft Bryant.-her' husband .-whose,>resN thirty '(rO)' seconds Ea'st. along I'

: : and Mrs. John, den .-tll.-flood.1nal' ApartmentSlXVFort -tlte"Easterly', boundarjr thereof ,
First Mr. Karges
; and has been active in civic ; .
years : Heod' Texas), Robert -c'a diBUSMK ,of (ort .one a pet
aftat- She was member 6f the second; Mr.: and Mrs. Freemont Brings $100 Fine Ptn-n ,ir:; Alfese-'Parnell! his fifteen hundredths (41.15)) feet "
:
.' '' \vlfe: whr.tA "rasiHpnoA, Ja.. RFD, to a > ' Tolls Third.- IS$ MONEY IMPORTANT YOU?
and TO
Church .
Community member 'H. s ik e.' 'Florida: Ben :juhflsnafld "' Southerly 'boundary "'of irte

of a :jCircle of the' Women of the KeyNotes, John Page, 27, 'Loiiella; Johnson. .this.wife; whose' --t tight-of-way. of He ls i1tRoad
I guilty to petit larceny''pleaded'i residence is 1839 West 3rd Street. for pohit of beginning.'
Church. She .was one of"the organizers }. W. J. Andre will leave Jacksonville,, Florida;. Christina mpoInt of'be'ginlilng thus
shortly to spend some time with County Judge T. A. Yawn .,.JohnsonDlgga and John Diggs, I. '4 FF
of the local P. T.. A..and 'des>crited. 'continue- South Zero '
and was sentenced to : $100 her husband, whose residents ia f Out-of-town accounts CURRENT
her and their' families pay. i (0) degrees.'elg-htee'n- mln- '
daughters
aerved as President of that t' ,
group Rt 2.1 Box. 45, Starke.. Florida;
fine or serve 60 day in'jail. nlas/tJhlrty (JO) seconds ,East welcomed & appreciated
during its early days of growth". m Charlotte, N. C., Atlanta,,Ga. [Howard Johnson .nd"latieJo'hnson. along aforesaid Easterly boundary -
:Page and two minors ; .. his ,wheat r.llidenee- .
were ao wife
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distance of One Hundred Accounts R
She 1s also" past President, of .and New Port R. L' 1510, AsntmhStre4..<._ Baltimore. a Easily ATE
cused of stealingatelevIthm set I s1rl5'eIhtand eighty-five Corporate Funds .
the:. K'evstone* { &Ui W nian's Mr.: and Mrs. F. G. Darby of from. Md;: Edna Bl'stwlt'k'Smttll and Ben ,. ( fc.SJ) jfeet to.a ncretemooa- _. Opened By Mail .
an house
\ ,unoccupied 'at Smith;"''her1, hueband. gtosrSBI-
Club. it HW .3 Oklawaha have' bought the' AndreHome' New. River. 'on .July] 13. -The set deni-e is. 363Jy nnelWvrthJf$*%* Dltt tfWfi;('rUI. Burial land1 are moving to. Key Detroit 2. MiclifgfanrClfnr'Bdst- "- (54V minute and twenty (20) <
in
the Woodlawn
was: belonged to Curtis Dukes who Had wick wbo.ereiidenee| .Gen.vaIDeive
enndstWit diotanp* of six
n" a I
stone.
Cemetery Cftarfotte. N. C. .' recently moved out of .the house, y,, SUrke Florida;, Hester* hundred thirty;' <630)' feet;. run I PensionFumids ACCOUNTS 120
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers L. .Thomas whose :residence is I I
George theace..North zero (0). degrees,
Saturday July,27. but left ,the television behind because Starke, Florida; and to-the. un eighteen'(18) 'minutes and thirty Legal Trust .

Miss-. Glenda Whitesides' went Dennis, Donald and Tommy, were it was "burned out* known "spouse, heir?. devisees, .- (W' Iseconds ',West .a distance or
> opened on
visitors last'week'wiUi aid graptees,. creditors*..And alL,other .' Guardian '
.)r. .of One''hundred. sixty-nine and or -
by plane to.Charlotte! for the aerVicesand Cases of the two minors were parsons claiming 'Any,,4nter BtI.lnthelprop 16'. feet to I _. :
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: Mrs; John Detweiler, Mrs. Jeffer'sparents. seritfed :four tenths ( : I I ', ; the lOtn
will 'remain for a'visit transferred to juvenile' court and rty h'eretn.aftlr d ciincfet jnomiment _,Ott.afore- I *'' "
'' 'by, : ,through, under -or, AgutabL 'said iS&titherlyboundary; runthelite' Individual. 1 ; ,
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With relatives. in Gastonia, N. C th 'were"placedon probation'. Jesse:Johnson, ; deeased.Clifford 'Sotith :''Eighty-nine (HI) EARN
Account FROM
., .:-t, _. .Mrs. Frederick Goodridge of JohnsoH.-'also VnoWTi- as Cliff'John'-' b\ :; ,
(24) minJ
MrI: Whitesides, a j>at ent Jn the La,Mesa, Calif., is a guest of the THE, BIGHT POINT for th* Ion., decease :lIlI.") tNJ1 a -ute4i-and degrees, ..twenty-four.Twenty (20)' seconds I ::( S '

hospital at the same time as his :John Detw irer. 'Mrs. Goodridge way write. Come In and 1'se- deceased, 'Jesse\ Johnson. .Jr.. also F'wvt, 'slom' said Southerly I '* Credit Union 1st

too you known as 'Jes e Johnson. deceased. 'hnnn'rlirv______ _A.distance____ Six'hun-_ _
rife, was ill.to maki thetpRe is a sister f'MrS: Detweiler.Mr. led jour favorite ESTERBBOOK 1 S. 'Johnson,iatacr known as,Israel died ,u'irty. (63U un feet n lot,n int *"

Is & the',Bradford ,County and Mrs. Sidney Block and Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Jnhnson' deceased..Janle:, Johnson ,of beginning.. i Church, School,
Dell, subsequently known as'JanleJohobon Fla.'I
Hospital. family of Blairstowa, N. J. are Pared,.. 'dec lled- lame GREKTINds suit in
tl1lWl'fhat & equity
is Wlnstori-Salem,. N. C., tak Johnson and, Louisa- Johnson. Ms -
Baker. Family .Reimlott guests of .Mr. and .Mrs. Fred wife; both dec ased/ nd, ""Jfattle een btonhtagaIflSt you and eachof'you'as ,
\ course in Pastoral
in the aboveei2titIeI' '
thE'a special, defendants
The annual reunion, .of the Baker S.acJ er. Also visiting the Sachers Johnson.Dickens ..deceased and ,to Court ,and ,cause" byL.. G.
Care During' his absence from and all unknown.petBon8'
family took. place at K"yst' n* la&t week were Mr and Mrs. AI'hert' .. any having claUniag any .right'title, pfcwell, also known as, Luther G. '
T the S., E. tPenney' ,* .
.1 Irvine and Joined
Beach on Sunday July 28 titk Brunri of Teane'ck, i{ X pulpit, Rev. lien- or interest by, through, under Powen -lhdividOally Executors ACCOUNTS -
: with Jobs H., Powell as ;
Farms will bring the or aganst-any. of, pic!. namedde.
95 members: of the family present Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson have : fendants In ,er to- the following and f: Trustees' of' the Estate of.
message for the morning'service LutherC. .Powell deceased, plain INSURED UP TO
A 'bu Ineaj meeting vas returned from North Carolina, at'lOa.. m.: Country iands'sltuate FtorUsC fo-wit lYhJr..I Bradford. ; tiffs;- that the relief nought in said .SAVINGS & ,

opened with prayer by the Rev.G. where they enjoyed a visit with Parcel A-A parcel of land lying suit is' td -remove clouds' from and $10,000 u.t' South \
confirm plaintiffstitle .
W..Kinaxd oX MayportInthe ,Airs Joe G.. Wright and her son 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS' iltha Southwest, -Quarter 1.0qn1e- to. .the and above described lands .

place t. the' Ernest and d ughter-In-1aw..A1 Florida Statute.ITke.Court fSW)' of' SWheast.Quarter ail-anlimleleasible; 'fee simple title ., Gainesville,
jof -
chajnpan, three of the TentrBMfr4 ".'se. ( E4) of $eetfon''twenty'seT Ji'un re4oagainst ,the :'claims .of. you

Connell of Jacksonville preventedby have just returned from a" trip to C**.tr. Florida. ; :TQw.lisJtlpSiJIJ16"Selnb; and each erou-and you are sum- .. L'
ftanse'twentp-two-) Exst.
J- Prelate. .. .
illness in from' ? ,. .
his family being Europe. :Bradford County. Florida, con : '
In Estate of Lawrence J. -
re: Dobbs
.t Uin- U(64)acre IIl .l j. ; .. ._ .., T -
presents. 'ffpllls Leajtf .Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Hayner deceased. slrty-tourr hundredths . J -r- .r.. '" '. ." '
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To- All Creditors a.d, Penoa U.ctaJa. ..- befcginora.p3rstIch2at
presided. Mr H. T. GodWin iave returned" from 'a trip:which' .. '*r' Dewaadi AftalMt )' deseribedae\ ,-follows; :is'4 .4- ," -

of -starke 1 laf secretAry "arid Included visits in Canon City .Said Ectatei 'Corantencv. 'tbe' Southwest - .
t I' You.and each ',of' you are hereby 'cornet'i,of aforesaid Southwest fflhXm -
treasurer..J .Five. deaths, have'occurred hand 'Denver, Col., and Fargo, N. notified' and rennlred t. IIrelfnt Qua/Ur (SWH of Southeast '- -
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since the l last' reunion" f p. In Fargo they visited ni-cia'lmsand d demands which you. Quarter (SE%)' and run" thence GAINESVILLE: ; .'
relatives
or either .f you. mar have against ,North..O degrees fifteen (15) !:
They were' : S. A. Baker :c'Timinonsvflle of Iri;. Han er.and .on the.return 'the' estate of' Lawrence:J.'.Dobbs Minutes and forty (40) "seconds I

&: C. who .would have trip visited Mrs.' Hayner's relatives deceased, late of bald County, to the W0Stva di!tBCeV of gbty.twoa.nd '
County Judge' of Bradford sixty eighthundredths
reached his 101st year hi September in:Royston Ga. Florida, at his office In the County.court '(8J.6S) feet to.a concrete monUmeit' ,:CELEBRATES'ft : ; : : -- '
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If M.- Baker 'of palatka.-Mra. Mrs. house of said County at. Starke. on the Southerly bound' -- -
George
P Schaeffer, andMary Florida; within eight calendar ary'of right-of-way. of State '
)[:. M. Scarborough 'of Sefner, Ann accompanied "Martha months from the time of the first Road 230; run theace inait

Mrs. F.' R. McCov and Mrs. E. D: Ann' Livingston to her home inJacksonvillaBeact claim publication demand of this shall notice.be in writ-Each tbej Easterly are ot direction> t curvet a04 said_ ''along curve ;: : FASHIONED

McCoy ,Qf S. ri1 pf /; s C. ,. White thert inj.and shaJr state the Mac* of having radius. of eleven thou-r :I :: : : OLD F
they' residence and post office 'addretr ef Sand five' hundred 'fJtt1-nine I
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Among those from
some dls- enjoyed swun and lunch on: the claimant Rail shall be sworn toby and'two. tenths -(11,559.3) feet .

tanc err.* and Mrs. Gordon the beach with the Livingstons". the claimant;agent, or attorney. and being concave" 'to the North
and any such claim or demand not a4 chord1 distance ofsix hundred
,Baker f Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Rayaicuoy I Miss Anna McCullough is visiting hundredth -'
so filed sha.ll.bevoid. eighty-three and forty-six
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.ana,Mr. c.- ,D. McCoy- of ner nieces In Wasiington ,D. a/.JL-- D. Dohbt.. *- USS.46)' feet. to a,oOft'-
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As creTemo'tttn ent, said chord having -
administrator of the Es-
Sumpter, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. C. tate of Lawrence J. Dobbs. a bearing 4f Soutb eighty- BARGAIN DAYS :
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Baker of Yero Beach and ten Miss Dianne Brokas celebrated > deceased., two (Se) ,degrees seventeen .. ,:
First, publication, July 19. 1937. (17)minutes East. last aforesaid. -
members their family, .D. F. her birthday on. Saturday with s 7/1. 4t3'1' ,concrete :monument!'being' en .

.Baker"of Ocala, formerly Key- luncheon and 'swim party. Eight the intersection, afores idSouUiuJy
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NOTICE TO APPEAR boundary:of the right I -. .
etone Heights, and father Mrs: guestar enjoyed this event. la Clrcalt Ceart. Bra.f.rd C.aatr> ef -way of State Road 210 and : .

8. E. Kennedy of Keystone. 'Mr,. and i.E '.Cutter of FUrMai la Chaaeery.seua tee Southerly bO /Rdarf of fore. :
said Southwest Quarter (SWiJ) -
Jue. west.pf vs. .
Heights was the ol e't'p1& i aJpon)pfinVwe'pjcsts: of Mr.. JohnE.. West, Defendant.. \ .'>y *ef Southeast T, Qaaiter'. (8E H v4aa- -- '.l' -- 4 -. ', : '
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present. Mr.1 Baker will be 87 in and Mrs/LVuis KyleT 1. v Case 2CO.' lft2288ttre. thenceforth ghty-ntn) ._ E54t'L ,< ; ;_ ;.'1. ; n p. 0" "- Q. y i .I

ind'Mrs/'Ed ">. :T. Aa ear ?. '(9) degrees,; fourteen (14) .' d1!. ;1' : :-:: .. ,..' .. \ ,! {" ,1 4 2 '
September., Mr. Shyrock,, Jr. 'Tof JohtT E.. West1, whose 'residence minuter Weetthng1last, afott- )' 3f t t : ,
and ,address is said Southerly.boundary a .dis ; '.' ', : 'f- ': Ji4. .: I, -" ,. :
and :; Dagsboro. ;
J : .I" : Tj1URSDA'YALjGUST'1st'7l4ae'i
ftr ; ;
A: picnic lunch was enjoyed following : I : f4 Ocalarwere :guests Delaware. _, tance 'of six;hundredxSeventyslx :: .. ,. 1If. J ... <4..' ". : .
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the business meeting at of the CeOge.Scbi.effers.on Siturdaj -. You are. beriby .a.Ufi.4-that[ .. ,a .,.&nd ninety-six hundredths I '% : ". .;. :. : jr.'t.1 .. : 1 -
evening". suit,' 'fa '* c ,,:" (S76 9(). feel to point ,of be 'J' d- .. ',." :1 1 ;.. ., 11 .t" : :
11:3p.. for divorce ginning. .Sv : 'I; '
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care, custody and v
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2nd
Miss Lillian Mtguire 'of Ocoee control of minor children has '-..Parcel, BA parcel of land : FRIDAY-AUGUST .
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCoy and .. .. ... .-r. ., .._ r .
several been filed against ;' lying in ..the:Southwest Quarter \' 11. .
E. D. McCoy werejxouse.'gpfltsI .spent .days jthe guest. --.- ] you in the above named Court and (5W, ) 'Southeast Qu rter .- -i'S : ,. .;. -J I .' r ; :
of the or'MiSS Cleva Carson. Miss Maguire cause and you are required to'servea (SE%) ef Section twenty-seven i ;: ; y ; ;
I Kennedys. -(?i). Towi Ii ,:' 5.1j -
,*,* and copy of your answer or pleading liipSix"C) South. SATURDAYAUGUSTGainesville 3 :
Mba Carson were both to.the complaint oa.the JlM.lfttIfr> Range TWt'1I J"two (J) East <. ,. .'.#.'-. ""w'f" .. r' AI..1 .
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members of the .thViF. Attorney William D. Morgan, 507 Bradford"County, Florida con- t J "
TYonge-schooi factjHr.of Clark Building. 'Jacksonville 2. -talniflgr thirty 'and- pfkety-four .. ; i '; iJ:1. "J "':')'' J;' ; I ;' 3'L ,\ re..") d' / 1, :, iL ':' ,

: < I . in .Gainesville.- Florida. '. .,. hundredths 3t.94) acres *aad. ; 4.I .1. ., ... .. .. .. r-. ', ,.. en'... ., .L,- !. Ii" '.. .'4 .' j
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I GAY'SHome They' weft Joined :'ort 'SatOTdiiy nil'rile the original the office' ifhe hung more particulatly described 1 'It"t.-.' toe'" oJ :;- r
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Clerk : t
of the CircuitCourt on as follows: ',
afternoop and evening for dinner ci.before the 19 darer 'August. Commence at the Northwest 'I' I'y. tt

Appliances by time'other raembeW of thE p. IJ5T otherwise the allegation 'of corner -of : -*"*Ii1d Southwest _ic -. :
I said Compaint will betake 'ascosfessed Quarter (SW ,) flf Southeast .- \. MercKarits this city wide sale' 'whera i
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,Yonge. faculty present annual
JO "Mmv Boy Wat- by )00.. Quarter (SE Vi)' and rdn thence t :
I Your Frteiidir king: Mtaf M4ryFawcett, 'and' This notice shall s be published South ZerV tit degrees; fifteen '

Miss Ruth Peeler. once each week for four consecutive' (Ul minutes and forty' (40) :- \ your dollars take on an "old fashioned" look. hundreds of -
weeks in the Bradford County Tele aeco'nds-.Eaat' along the WesterIy. *

I Norge Dealer Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sipe have 'graph .boundary_.tenQL. distance : "I
Dated this 1C of Two hundred and sv1IieMerchants of saving
day of July 1957. fortyjfpur T -- Gat are offering thousands money
returned afteran extended visit (OFFICIAL SEAL) seventy-five hundredths(Z4U) \. '- "

I S NQBGE APPLIANCES: in PennsylvaiIa.j'hey .vfiited Rev. Charles-: Clerk A.Darby of the Circuit Court' "fett-'ttr'c for paint of concrete beginning monument; 9, i i -$ bargains. Come on to Gainesville! and'see what the old! folkS.r. .

W. A. Thornto In : .Bi Marian I... ,of \
I MAYTAG WASHERS DuBois. P& CrosbY.'Depllty4Cl rk' -Frer point beginning thus
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ana spent soine "* 'lIlt 4t' */9la described, continue Soutb Zero -
time b.1 Butler .. .t\efreeB fifteen (15) minutes mean when they taljc about the good old days. '

I OOLBMAN HEATERS And and Feaeltan, J1.,7; x I"'CJ"p jl and forty (40) seconds East -

Mr., and MrL ttntt ... Bra .. C.'aty. along said Westerly boundary ", .
FLOOR FURNACES .
Robert
'. 'Randolph. rtorttei I* .Caaaeerr. ." distance of Seven Hundred '
are;-new residents*of;lLKeystoxeIeights. Ontiepp*\Mlcdo. plaintiff. v..Mar- ,,,< l htyMne. and thirteen hun- : '

We Seni All Makes ;.' q -, clue... ',.Roberta MiccKDefendant. ".Ar.edth"lnUJn feet jae* con- c _"rt'4 ,. : o snRSlf M RCH ,

occupying the.Coi home f Case No. 10-2217 ifrete raooument.on the Kortherly r .. .' 1- ,. t"t J1 ri. : :U. .'t, 'l 1 .) NTSDIVISION. ..
Of Appliances on. ,Littl, .Keystone, Lake. Mr. farlce T* Appear* boundary of the right-of-way : .K.} i 't'{ f': f t'-I '"f'ff' 'M* 4- ; a. ';yt.' :
"Tor Marciano Roberta Micdo. : of ,Statej Roacf.nO:, ; ruabhee.an4zaaterly J6' ." :t- ac4 -'n' '
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Randolph is .wlth. the DuPont whose .I' 'R' OF COMMERCE n i Lti
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residence and address is: {" directionalong : tl.A'i' INISyiLLE I CHAMBER 'i

Phor> 40f: 1 ..' .. -...0" -_. ''. .. PmetU-Peatrcr.'-Napie'ItITY:sr- pertMndo7-- -,' 'X11a. ':along sfld ,Northerly th artot boundail,curre., said 4:1-: Y1 -_ 'p,. ."fa stf' ,'tio .t (,I,
< TheReRussefl: YoonjK MuilsUor You *r. aareby nntiflM "at a curvehaiing a radius"ot Eleven V -- '. -- ., .__ rT 'i'4'"
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L. : : COUNTY. ra-EOSAPH, SfARSS, FLORIDA. ... .. --.- -.. u' ::'-_' -- ; .;___ ::- "
FRIDAY.. AtOUST 2, 1957 ,. _...:_ :_:._: ... :..--.._. ._BRADFOEDT_ __. ----- -- -- 5 i -
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Methodist Church 'At: The; Tabernacle; Presbyterian Church Ft'BtaggN.C.-Mr and.Mrs. M. L. Wattcrson r. L. R. Lambert and daugh 1955 over 195 ainounUd(.. The Increase to: 8.4 :- .
itawS .
". & OF IOTiREStTQCC-, :Mrs. Dot'Eflana and Mf. Cutcheon ter Cathy of Silver $'prig3, M& tiat penul per \ .

Sunday School for all ages, Some members of the Taber Friday-Adult Choir practice BRADFORD COUNTY .I Wednesday of last week arrived last weekend in Hampton cent.
'18 '* h..1. S**' CITIZENS OF Spent 1.lt. fcecemter, the Chrr.tma9: u1:'
visit
attended revival p.zn *: } for a with her parents,
11 'sea
9:43
: Morning Cedar
Worship
a. ra. nacle"group fishing at Key.
: 4 fe:: *n deep $
19
\ sale.in
Sundayi- Church school,. ..9c41a. : and Mrs Horace May. Ing month, led .in
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a. m. Recreation time for MY?, Baptist Mrs. .Eiland won the boat jackpot
services at the Hampton By Gfcofa J. SheD f
$916.000 spent Other high
m.; ,morning worship*"Tha .... with
6:15 p. m. Dine-A-Mite for MY?, I ; Pt ., .u.1u\A &l" !t.J fort fish with a 10 and a
Church, one night .last week.. C1iriaU '8 ..Purpose/1.! ai BMUaion j( ., &.,11 ..&.'1 a a'a .1 i ... ...a. .&...&.i... && & & i.&&iA.& Aiti.. ..A. largest spending mcnths were May with
6:45: p. Business meeting andwoi'shIp 'rrTTT. -1: pound grouper.. Retail Sa1f.In *
m.l Mrs. Jennie Thornquest of Jacksonville evening worship service 1---------------- ejoarter co $870,000 :spent. March $81&.000;
for MYF. 7:15 p. m. First: .Christian.l Church message Boy fecpui New.' ]',ing fiae.<.She ,iI;'th .- onner,)tau.< W. ); ; 'p) llips of Jacksonville : Bradford Show and July and November with t
of assistancein '
[The 16mm film. Vicious Circle, has Been by ,the' .Rev. ,Donald Kokomoor. .lTbe. Boy.Scouts,6fl Troop fL qtStarke rice Jenkins native Starke ,and visited Monday Hampton with $$806,000 each. ___ .1.

will be shown at this meeting the Tabernacle office in the 8 '" ; ,'t. ., wish to thank American. the daughter1 of; .
held upstairs! in the Sunday absence of the librarian, Miss p.j.ro. tarke Social-u'1' Club Legion Post Auxfliary4 314. New l 0., Jenkins, irettrtd teachers /'ofthe :1fn.W: M..Shade and her grand REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS 1TEWIIOY) NAME
TUesday: ,1 : TO
School building. Susan Wallace, who was on vac- picnic, Strickland's Landing, 6 &th Baptist Church,. Antioch county. :Mr>'White! ii' {thesixtM dau hter..Maryf, Lou Cooper,..spent1ast Retail :sales. in. Bradford' Coun-.. I Notice is hereby fiyeit that the
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ation last week. AUeft Chapel ;grade teach 'cfR J.. E.Auxfliarj .ty.in. ,1956.increased! 6.5. per tent : undersigned under the: provisions
" Union Service will be held in p. m./.: '4l. :. Baptist Church and c : weekend ,to: Daytona Beach \ '..of Chapter, 20.I5J. Laws of: Florida ...
:the Christian Church at 8 p. rri. Members of the children's Bfc ayJunior Choir practice Church and Mr.'C. A. Knight "for : t!U. Meeting! ;\ f" With,I Mri.. William- Schupperl. over sales in, 1955, according., .: to Acts of 1541, will.register with tfte .. ,

with Rev.. Kokomoor bringing bie School Class are showing 2 p..In. the, contributions that helped e; AetIngoztuie'kan ; .".ytsi ng' .for: several daya/this an' Economic. .leaflet" published, Clerk for Bradford of the County Circuit Court Florida In, upon and .

the message. their ability in their class work r4( tjo.. M ," .. ',. many boys go to Camp Coacooc&ee -. Legion.'Post ..AOXUiar;''W4Bt.Inoou15 week with Mr.vand Mrs., Lynn- .by the Bureau or Economic" !and receipt this notice of ,proof the- fictitious of publication_am. gf of ,.>

We
and Bible Study 7:30 p., m,o in coloring the lesson sheets and AT FIB8'RlmuHCH CHBlSTIAN td the committeemen and Deacon school.on Sunday<4tt2! p.jxwAHmembers' Mrs. R. O.-Csp land:of Valdosta, of .Florida 228 which W.'I Call am engaged St. Starke.in business Florida at. J''

studying the 6th. Chapter of 3 Bible Memory work. Green for furniahing- transportation -* ; an-J isked. ?.to, :'ttfease,. ,tat.try '.- Ga.,.. aid Mr .' J. A :Minter of '.. Sales in, .1S56 amounted to $9.- Inrnan p.; .Gre n, Raiford Road, ..1Statkt'
Corinthians. t., ,-. -. <.. 't 1\1'' to and from camp". A very tend;and : tobrmgyonr; Cairo Ga.. 159,000< as..compared ,with S3. Fla. sol owner.of; -
Dated this Utb day July A.D.
A warm Invitation is extended .. FISH FRY AND SING I August is the third and last special thanks to our faithful ,bership dues for' 1957$. Pleasecornel s Sunday onRoad 100, Mr.' .HaU 6O3OOlin 1955,.. the report >satd4Fhis 19i7,, at Stark Bradford'. County..

{b' those who wish to wor,. month of tffttoii Services field Scoutmaster Booker. .T. Marshall even' if:you *can't pay aDJ.;, killed! a 5 '112'f! ; t rattle snake' was a smaller increase than Florida. 'Uti Rill' $;
% The Oak Grove Baptist each Sunday evening during the .for all of I his interest and efforts .thing! '1 local or national We need L

ship with us and take part ii 1 Church will be host at a fish summer by the Christian Presbyterian to make. our registration and stay rotur presence.. : rr:"':<' .:--r: '.:: "" 'a. ;

[.the'activitieS', : of the, church. fry Saturday night, ,Aug. 3, be- and :Methodist Church- most enjoyable and profitable.! Church News _" ;r.,:1<.: '*.'{ 1t'. .. "

Bible School begins""on Mon- ginning at 6 p. m. Following the es. Come and worship this Sun- All of the scoutS iii attendance New. Bethel .Baptist: ChUrch ,. ." :.,t" ,.,.' '"'\''' ,.;'

day. Young"people up througl fish fry a sing will be held. day at 8 p. m: in the First increased their rank, from I tenderfoot ReV ,A.. Vlnson pastor will hold ':l" ,.':}- ,.$..>'f.*.'. :'"*,." :.. .,
J.P. -
the of 11 are invited to corn.? interested in' singing 1tJ ; : ..
age .
Everyone : Donald ,
Rev. { '" '
: Christian Church. .I to, second class, and then to regular Communion : erVteit.Suri--> : .",'<<{" l .> .. '
and". take part. is urged to attend= Kokomoor, pastor of the. First first. class. Four merit Badges day,. Sunday School will begin I" '.':. ......::,..t .. ..' 'f 3..

Methodist Church'will preach. by Scouts from,Starke : : In .:. ... :; .< : 1t.
---- = : were won promptly at.--9:30. a. nv.j This t is ..... ....... :< J'J .
There is good fellowship and which included one for cleanliness Parent's Day" to attend Sunday ) FORD

I wonderful singing at each ser buring.thi second ,week of Camp School The claM with the largest 4! Buy .. .,
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE vl e.y'yvvvyyyvvvvt'Jvvvvvv. j ji rs m.Parks and Richard Neal will number 6f,parents' will receive IIj .

: attend from Troop 71. Regular prize..Brother Chester Shell Superintendent T.Ti

FLA. Scout meeting ,will, be held. en of Galflee Baptist 7 bank the savings :

Wednesday. night, Aug. 7.*-in there Church, will be gueet all day.-At Sand

CLAY HILL Ular'' meeting place',the \wOrk j
3' he
p,:m. will organize a VotersLeague
r 4 REV. LEwi D.,HAINES, Pastor: shop.1 Reports from_ camp will ,be for our group. Membersof '.. ;1T

Jefferson and Court- Streets In The Heart of Town b, Mra. ;.. L SIIICkIIIII&kA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA. made, ; Charles Covlngto, report- : $fl,:churches, and alldenomin-" ', .....

Phones.Office 234 Pastorium. 130 er.Deacon arid Mrs. Julius Royal ationa are invited to eome out and 1" :: Booming.Ford, sales spell low, low ootloy I Jt
|Join this rOUThi. books h
e. are
left l last Thursday for a trip'' to :stil1. 6pen. for registration at, the I 6A the car with the traditionally high return

.. Sunday Sermons! : 11:00 A.M. 8:00: ,.PM.. kev. Percy Knight of.Doctors Cub ; Ehroute back 'to Starke Citf Hall. According t .Mr. Johnsthu 9_ I .5 .___ Mi M This year,because we're- outselling all competitor, -

Inlet visited the Strickland they'plan vls1t'relatives In l.tiJ ,Wilt close. .on Aiigurit 10- so 4 'and outdealing them.The result: you'll ,tl
Sunday School 9:45.A.l, \ training Union 6:45 P.} .1I -M we can are
Monday night of last week. ;ami, Fort Pierce.; Daytona: Beach, please' come, register at, once, sothatyou I 11 find a luxury tar at far less than you'd ever expect I Ito

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 PJkL'Hear Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang have and Deland. Mrs. Royal is the can.vote on city Election ) -p l pay-'With (years-ahead styling ThunderbW: ..

had two of their grandsons, seventh; grade teacher at RJE., Day thE second tuesday, in September ."a- power plus a completely new "Inner Ford. .-'-

the Sunday, Morning- -Service! over v WDVR. ? at Buddy and.Garry; with them for Deacon Royal is chairaari 6Ztht<< __ .a,. '- 'II ,
the week. These boys live I 1. OH TO* YAWl...PIdc kern two bQ-CdZ: .i-01... ; .
past Deacon Board of New Bethel ..Bap }thi '
:11 ..What! 'happened to'; my
a.m. Regular Broadcast 1 3 and 5
; Every Sunday. so far away now they can.t'coMe list Church and Lay .Leader 'bf church. reporters Allen Chapel 4 '3 16-fooi Customs, ov.r-17-foof fairiaoM. Tick yow powir, ,toe'
-In* world's mod Modm SU or OM of Ford's a v V-Ta., .
to .see Grandma and Grandpa 8') Mt Mori f1 Methodist Church: First Bohl Mt/Moriab Pleasant r h '"''
::i in ;
i----- often, so they stay awhile when arid of. the adult : .. 2. Get tOP Di&s. CoM on In noW eN 1M r.aw OI1I ,,, 491
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.teacher Sunday Grov 1e* Bethel Anttoch, Mt.Neb. -- b M iwty tit ..* kw'of Ford.Yau'I&dthsvs'e( car md -

they do come. School class., ,. Eb niziefanc1 others. -- .- S pIaa tor yew, ..* MG"" tt IW ...da 01 J011t i i a

Mr.. and Mrs. Ward Lane of Mrs. M. L. Paul teacher of s.mocWUr&- nW'' MMrUworth ..t
Madison Street Church Ie G.iTOPflADU..Yo' ps.i f'tat wil
t, Baptist Middleburg, the ;Strickland of RJE/,has been vacationing in
Clay Hill, and Billy Gurr, the Angeles,,Calif.. She is expected to Thurstoo, is remofleling<< -hef homethat .. W iMT9 wfctA MV. bull to M i wor1II'..* M fMab;toft '.t ;t.r
(Presently Meeting Washington and, Grand Sts.) grandson staying with them, -
return to ,Starke this week.- waa r*<*efetry turned. She.midas u' tA

Good Singing Forceful l Preaching were in Starke Monday on'busi It's ABoy!, 'luncheon gufttft list Saturday r .

Mr.:and .Mrs. :McCoy White are Elmer and Ozora Shell of' Starke ...,! .LT--1 \ '

EACH LORD'S DAY ness.We were glad that Lennie now parents, of_ a bouncing I bAby and Family Sapp Jr.. of a iitei.yule. ,

Padgett's foot had healed enough boy born on Monday July 22. She is.a charming .hostess

Sunday School ___________________ 9:45: A.M. from the wound from' a nail for According to the last reports from and 'will return. to 'Stark for. ;c

Morning Worship _______________-..;_!._ ._11:80: A.M. him to bewith' us in church I Hastings,.mother and* son. are' doPatray I work'onHAMPTON,' ugasr'1t. L- ,

_ _ Sunday night Gertie Faircloth .- ,
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Training Union ___________________ 6::45 P.M. was also able to be in.services : Awarded 1 'fy -

Evening_ Worship _______________...: ___ 8:00 P.M. last Sunday morning, and Volley. IViedl Scholarahip ---
Mosley wad out. both Saturday '-
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M.
and. Sunday evening. J. I* For Summer. Months .. ... ".' .'

Strickland has been on the sick ,ly ,Mra B. E. .Iffi ,
Cordial list for 'several days. Had to betaken James W. .Patray jr. of .Starke ",:....y'... 'v' : ,. ,
Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let ,,This Be A Invitation &AA41 &4AALAAAAA AAAAa4A1 MODEL OMD E(THE "
home. last Sunday right hAs. .been awarded a kunmet : to
Church .
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Starke's
To Worship In Youngest -- '. '57 FORD .
after ,Sunday School. :
medical scholarship participate iiAid. riiOn> .Id';McMah6neof" LOWEST *
this .is THE PBCGT
Tett Drive buy :
Nursery open .for all services Room for a1L.. Mr Jones of Green Cove in research projects at .the Unlversity -, :Bridihton. ire.ipen ini.: this great Of Tt( LOW-PRICE, JHREtt|' .

Springs, preached for us,. .last. of Florida., College of weefe 'her'parents 'Mr.'arid tn' M Dealers I '
I : witfi [ .iI neighborhootT Ford ...,... ;' .
,- REV. JACK Hh MABRY;'''Jlt, Pastor" Saturday night This Saturdayour Medicine. MrS. :'!&]Watterson: ; and 'Dot your ....... .............,'.;': -... .

speaker will be Rev. Davidson member of the second-year AiId.Alli at
Aritai1 r'
Eilani;.
P. T. NOLIN Supt. Sunday School ;
of Pickettville. We had threeadditlozis class in the. medical school : ;
; Crystal' Lake forithe j week.
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to the church last
.. P trIy is ..working on a project l Mr. nd' Mrs. L. Luau. iI spent .
Sunday. Vacation' Bible! School under the direction of the department last weekend Atthe Circle N.R4nc Aidrews Motor tE! .

was very interesting and helpful' of biochemistry.. He rfear Santa F."with Mr.

to us all teachers as weH a entered the up college of .Medicine and. Mrs.Charles, Nicholson. Mrs.Nicholson .
pupils., The Intermediates .and in 1955 as of the
a.member
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Is the of Mr. '
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daughter :
Juniors had to rely on their own class. PHONE 118 STAfcfcE FUL
first graduating MADISON AND ADAMS STS. ,
and Mra Jim Koon of WalddMr
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HUNDREDS judgment and do the best they I \
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: 1 could, since their teachers had I and [Mrs. Onen,Parker aid I .

so many offices to take cite of Ida Mae, will be, baptlszed. children: of riomestead were,visitors "

of details are managed and economically they' had a hard time teaching. Saturday evening.. A'ig. 10, last weekend in Hampton 't
that trained! and Rev. Allen of .Middlet)>urg will with" ifr.' and,Mrs. Hershei Parker
attended only a ; But they all helped us so much

t careful organization can attend when we are really proud of our boys be our preacher. and Mr.:..and. Mrs,John SParker.. q'
Picketvilie i I ,
the urgent need for serving is it and girls. All who. missed this Rev .DaVidson t. Mrs. George.. ,Williams spent .PAW
I filled. his, .appointment _with ,us
hand. commencement' missed a good Sunday in Jacksonville with her
service. You do not know-what at Clay.Hill Saturday_ night and i .
'arld'mDy. .
; brother, Leo :WlgguW t '
Rev Lane preached two good -
young folks: can do until you try '
Bin .ttnderR 9d of Hampton
them. sermons on Sunday. Wehad 44 / f"I'fA
DeWITT C. JONES I In Sunday School out of 48 en Lake'left Sunday. fcr; two-weeks
Remember we have .
Phone 7 Starke. ,Fla.- everY Wednesday prayermeeting nieht' roll d. tramtog"withthe, army,:.,..reaerve.... at. _.. _... 4 -sIJNllK

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o'clolk .. ; "
and 'Of'
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at 8 at Clay Hffl, woTteE- / ;
Funeral Director Ambnltnee S trie* at Notice Is hereby elves that the following JiscriScd land --will bal iO14
every Thursday, same time publiC' auction on Monday! th* IMa'flay'-of Aag o,t. HS7atCfty: Hall.
Our; local fuaeral home anaWe* ,u to offer ooavenieaeeg tad Long Branch. We have increasedin Lawtey. County of Bradfor State ,efFIoriSi.to spay th* amount due
herein set opposite to the named tog-etherwith alt cost of ttoh ;
IUV1cu aot etharwlM Available numbers at our prayer meet- for sale taxes and advertising. -' -I Letlla I.

ings, from 6 and 8 up to the CITY OF.' LAWTKY' WEST' OF RAILROAD.' ft "
1f--1- ,.." I II $ %jIJJrJUJ Jff ILISIwe Ins MSB
thirties. We feel that, the peoplein 6. W. Reberti-E. 12* ft et-L ts' 5U BHf'4 JV. .. 2.50 sfowyau I _
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tunttft the highest tjp wrylea at iowect prcei, an4AM this community are getting G. W. Roberts-E.. 112 ft of Lot '4 BUt 4-eicept* H'lO, ft 15.50 _

aoospt life Insurance policy in force, toaed by ANT interested in what this little Earl H. C.Pfevatf Harley--Blk Bllt 11 14 except ex Lot Lot 3 '7 fj< 7.60 7.00 T.SO ., .

company, as payment ift'part .x ui full om tis1. church is doing. Geol; F.'Tounf Est-N4 of Mk U. rj: ..QOUt /Jow '. .
R. Bradley-East fOci ft M.Diat Lot 7t.. J ,. :.00 iso I'I "
\ CoasaltAUoa earrle no obUptd.! Our pastor's son Ward, and Alfonso Griffra=-Conlin at a"point 2* tr-N of Cor of 8fat. "-!.:,: J
Misa! Barbara Williamson of St. and Lake. Ave OB W aid of State ;'.St and ...
run N 20 ft W 70 ft N 20 ft W SO ft, 8 Cl f t B ,..
Jacksonville were married Monday 20 ft N 29 ff BJff.ft t*" .O-B! 20.00. 22.80 __; ',-'j. -:: '.f
night of last week.. Both of r CITY .OF-\"I'EY ---. EAST-OF' ,RAILROA_ -- I I .... :' '
WelcomeEYIVAL ; T 'i .
Sadie'Crawford-Lot' 2.00 !.n _; i I1J'UM 4F I S ,;. '.!
these :young folks are Christians l .. 2.50 Dl -. .
Joyce Bennett Br 'Wn-W*. Iff Lot 10A\ ; .-' :1'
and, enjoy working for our. Lo 'd. Callie West-Lot 210 ft.N&S by 10$ ft fiffW ?*. tM : ... J .,.8,.
Dot 54 of ., 2.10 ,'; ..: .
Let
S. M. Brow-n-E 1* ti of f ft B ft T ,,(
Ward belongs to I the Clay Hill JessIe Ajmstfad-LotaS, t,' i.& 6 Of Lot U: 4.0ft 4.50 J .'' T _"' :' "
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MEETING Church and Barbara Is joining Wilbur Jenkins-:-Lot'' t qf Lot 13 '. '*. 1.09!! 1.50 1;; '_ :
Barber-Lot 1 3/D ol Lot. ,1* l.OS l.M .
W.-J. Itff
by letter. We understand Bar- E< P; .nefieldofjLoU.15 ;i 4.00 4'Se 4.50 C TRADE-IN VALUE ,ON YOUR .,OLD TIRES IS WAY'UP., I : :;. f: ; /
4'*
will the .Walker-SM of Let'15 r
to Joyce
... bars go western Cot"0' that portlon..ef' Lot. WAY t3T :. .
-- Robert ScbttrOn:.A, in I PRICES FOR tiEW GOODYEAR TIRES.ARE fi -o;."
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states with him. and our bless 12 Ijluc'W ohol ltdAlao .r'
Lij ingsgowithtI m. I I 'S 3t It 6f L1if. irdf L&t! S -. I'/i: *.0'6 16"0 : -4 ;'. .. 'E
BOATDRAIN Bertha. Florence-Let 100 ,ft BW. by .274 ft HaS W i ;
SW cor of Lot'11 ex .S 137 ft i. 8.0& 1.08
: Iteras Lef 'Fr m list Week Louisa Browfi"':'Lot 'It bt lit ft lit Lit if ; .1.5C : ::
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W6 wish ter announce first of Also: WH of E: pf N; 33i. .ft ,of LotIift, ITOiffori S.toDAvl'1Iae1t ; ?
100 ft : SujerCushionsVT r. .
all that instead of -having 't4itn'L15i'17 t 2.00 %.50 .
: BAPTIST -L tJ'9Iit'E''W' 61 ... ... :
Breaching services' at Clay HOI K.llyIl-.40TTt&W)7 34g. !totS{ In Lot 17fM .:16-5%.50 > !" :1
.31 .J"i J :
Lot
Also
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Church this Saturday,- Aug. 3, s..:t D. Setmo1it-W U ft 6f'N" ft voH 120 ft Let It1 S.W UI N ... .:(. : .
we will have Anyone Robert ft,BW by 102 .ft, Not! la|iot It, '1.50 \ :::;, :.
II CHURCH singing. II. I.,. USUI'--LQttst _* .... < ,. tn I. '%-.U }i,1EIio4D.41ciEARt 1 .... -t, .' "
who has 4 iOnthey'wlsli to John. Oo/*l*-'Lot'2 **f1 fon i lot IB Nlt Cor JOO'ft \T !
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.if NftS ft EaW. ?4 < 7.M .
sing and .
just e&rie oft sing Arthur Lee-Lot by.400:U.t ei N iffO ft M .... ue ,: ..r i ,
for us, solos or groups. Be thereby 1: J-Jj. j & .
Fre4m'nen-LQt' .
About 3 Miles South of t 'Trade t&wffof ,safer.eaoer-rJdiagSupei --.i ; :.
B ; J your worn stronger. Yovr.st.thr.: : '
& Lula
8 o'clock and lets all enjoyan Frank | ; 'l-ff .
I I Thrpn'fil1.-W, S5t1Li !1& Iii i1? '.Thw'sieitra/ifrengtli. itf the .Trlpte.T : --. .. .-1-:'. ,
evening'' of singing;' :- .Lot- Z1.. 11 tot 1.SOru -. Quhkm \
Stark, Road 100A J. W Barb*r- } t" 1.. '-' -. buy..by terl I
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.We had Geneva BoucQHon .of AIo N% 6z Lo(. 'l' : ti Uf 2.10 S.T.CmiLod1lm tis. tic usaittio aveaxandtetter \5----, '.---rM=',.
BahLthla-FIaa--Lbt to i-IO *U'1td'l.t..ot UO' : '
San A tm io. Texas with u$. She J.t.-by aoO'Jn.Lot U l' 2.01Z.5S. ractic usli for .:
| Robert Fraalill**-L&t'lWf ,. $ < t Super-c j now peater
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1 4k : AUGUST 5-, 1957- is the oldest daughter of,Mr.is i and Lucille HartT.Klttle kltttesrrtot.- J'tJt ifl6f ttftnM-:; {.'hitii iid'91". Ar.: -ef *4t', 2.00 tOO'2.55. .. J"- wragcoafcrt..at unbe able low price*. -$ 9 5

Mrs, Bud W'alnwright .and a Jessl..Lae & --So 105 'ft of.Lot.U. :.i0' .
good Slni er. So la .Bq n1 ', ..the Lull Britt":''W.at 1 A of Lot sa ';;;' ri 'f 2.51JoseiBrffttabi I
r 31,11,1 AC ofW ,{46' '--a 4. 1.5, ,1
11 7i30 P.M youngest daughter, and'1Dost, of J. J. Smith-On Acre West f't R4". .* 1" 4--.: i.i tu .. tIZt6MU $1.195 SUE 7.10x11 $14 .i- .
you ..k 1 Ow how. Est l1e can sing, Gloria Peeple-N 130 ft E 0 ta Lol $ 2.10J.JO 2.90 pfuj faaw plus fOX .. ..
.f '
., MB Got W Lot 35 MblI tIN-
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Albert ohSBoa-OffAejl ..d NCGJIIIabM tire :
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so come o\jt. and hear this f amQy Jessie May Smith Lot,.Ji... .*. t ... ; 3.0t \ ndneeppebfetire! .

.. including the Lanes. Wlu4 ranai..LetM S.art-Lot.- If' It and-N 1 1/3- e(. r..df 1-i; it- T" '> toe Milot. ISl Poy' as "low as1' $;. 25 a week for a fef efour .F

We Vim gfad t6 see Volley J. W, RQb1Jlao -Lot 43 and Lot 4zeept; K J/t ad I VI ''
l
Ernest
Evangelist/ Rev. E. E. Mosley and Gertie Fair 10th Charley Mary KHt Ledbetter! *-Ltt-* W Let**.320 d MA,fi -;tASj ,by4- J. It'iiifi.: :. >- qMJI.EO! E. RIDE ON, GOODYEAR TIRES THAN Ofi ANY ,OTHER //i( ; : ier It

able to be at church services In.Lot 52 r.: : : 2.00'I&mea'Lfs L -S

Pastor Rev.. C. k P Jghtt Saturday night, and hepe .they SE Cor Barbtr 01. Lot-Lotsl0..52.V ft" 5AS: .bt.4O&ftE&Wt-'. '- ... .'r"Lot'rf-34-'.., ;iocf : 8'I IHH 6ffHffAr"llI"'AIfM, 06

continue to .in. health .; ft. EW bf JTt! $-t' $ 1i UI .
improve_. Albittha wnilams -400 : '1
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h Sorry to hear that.. )(ra. Brook- R. W. 'Mosleyj-Sftoi Lot-Sliart;l Lojli|! .a."ia -' : .r : ;
Lord : LOftry .
'eeI k Ye the While lie May Be Found NJV Cor. pf ,Lot 5 '-. tiiif1iio St oon -
ale Mosley is not. getting 'better OJl"L&Wfty oTP ZIt; .: < GaObMAS- .Scwke
Sam -Brbwa-L9t : t.,... : I;: 't. 40_ iaoKs, .
fast. H .
Let the wicked forsake his way, .and the unrighteous very iTrVe 10. Kinx.-8:2';ftot:N 37$ -7tLot&--;-.. : ; ,1458mBrownOn..tbttd.Int.J8 SEEBER D GOODMAN : ,

mil .his thoughts, arid let. him return:, unto: the: TAint, plan to. have baptism at. : 3.LNIctoo'-1tf-W&11' : ZUlU. .tLett. .. j I f.vw I.9", 'jW 1.11 F 4 -S ,:; ,.. .,. I ;'

: He will have And bur &bd Kiagsley Lake on Sunday, Aug. Uwie.McGulre Est.- Lot 12 .... -\...-- : :.OSy.-. 't: US-.301.at; South eUyUmlt .. :
and him to
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mercy upon 4,, at 3 p mAt, thistim the C. a'Anderson-Lot. '100 .ft. "' a\i jC&, '1r :tt. ; T '" '. Eo .
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for1.. lIE will! bUrida'ntly pardoa., Isaiah 551.i << two daughtera of Mr. and Mrs. Etbl I n/Re44J .....1IHf 4Id:.'} '--' ;0....._ -oS. -LI: I
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.Mild Zoning Speeders Slowed Weapons To Combat Nematodes Caught:In Middle Wins' 'Trophy I Abandon; Ship, 'Plays, James W: ,Surrency' :-. i 1


*'. -"- At Florida Theatre : Dies In Jacksonville: : .-; ,
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Bill Is PassedContinued With Stiff Fines 0 e _-* I Of Traffic" Mess, 1'A

The situation ,in which a man I ,James W. Surrency 80, formerly -
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He's Not Guilty ts faced with having to deter- of Bradford County, died in ..

tt'The board of adjustment could ;I groes remarked, referring to the mine who will live and who will I a Jacksonville hospital Tuesday ..

grant exceptions to the orders room numbers of the motel in A man caught .in.the,middle of die is the basis of the story for I afternoon after' a long:illness.

and rerolutions in specific cases I which the epirnde took place. "Abandon Ship" which plays
Mr. native of
literal a chain reaction automobile'mis- Surrency, a'
in which they decided a The trio at the i, at
were employed and
Sunday, Monday Tuesday
enforcement of the( terms would I I motel. hap was found not guilty Wednesday 'Charlton County Ga., moved .to

result in unnecessary hardship, by County Judge T. A Yawnof the Florida. 'II Jacksonville from Bradford County ., .
Charged:: with an attack upon s falling' to have his car under Starred in the drama are' Ty-1
.but the, "spirit of the order or V. -- I In 1940. He was. the brotherof
Shirley! Mae, B.3rber'were Ed- control. rone Power, Mai ZetLerling, and
resolution shall ts observed and J, H. Surrency of. Graham-
ward and Naomi Jones. The .man. 'James.. Fenden Hall.pleaded'not Lloyd Nolan.
substantial. justice done. 4t 1a :.Mr. Surrency was a member of \
**Persona not satisfied with the According to Shirley Mae, __ guilty: but,waived jury 'In..!.'Abandon. 'Sh pt" :"ajluxury
; Adventist
Day
the Jacksonville-Seventh -
Board of Ad- Jones. started. ths fracas t'ycursing' ; trialAnd! the.case was' decided by liner 'strikes 'a mine in theshark.Infted '
'decisions of the .. .
of1
( th'e Church' and member, \
a
:Judff-' 'of :
justment cart: apply to .the courts and then hitting her and .waters: .the .
for relief if they do so within 30 throwing her across ,a' bed. Na- _,Hall had. been charged. by, South Atlantic" and 'sinks almost the Pine, Hiti' Ixxige-No:9 'F&AM.- ..

'days after the filing of the de omi entered The! fray then, tear- Trooper'Carlos. Musgrove after hiscar irrimedi ly '..Survivors;)include Ka wite>frs.

cision. ing her dress, Shirley Mae said. : had been 'run into.the.: ,sre rot The one small 12 passenger. Alma H.'Surrency; of.'JaClsOflVkl1'j '

The reason given for the 'attack another car .at the Santa Fe amv.1Ui"th a daughter( :)Irs. Harry R. Mob> .
!The Commission is boat that' is launched, .s\;
County .
was Jones' belief that his fire tower on southU. S. 301. An- ley of Jacksonville. son, Edwd.
authorized to appoint a repre- other crashed ----- -- ed 26:.I5urylyurs."Power, York ,City *.
I wife war "being taken advant- car simultaneously .. -- F. Surrency of N.ew ;, "
.1I ntative to enforce its order. I age". of in the matter of workat hun,'the .rear of.Hail's car 'on the Lt Rodney Hall, commander who asumes command, _must resolve a" sister :Mrs. M. I*, .Burgess. of

'One faction of the act provides -' the motel. rain ,drenched highwayHill o'f Co.' B.. 748th .Ordnance, .is at. gunpoint the grim life- Tampa: three brothers-j:. H. Sur-

that: "Such regulations |I I Apparatus on a tractor is being readied for a demonstration 'on testified that he saw' the 'pictured above (right) receivinga anddeathquestion of keeping rency of GrahaIn; J. N.: and R. S.."
Jones denied Shirley Mae's version the wck the weak .the '
everyone- both of Tampa &ndthree'
shall be made in accordance treating soil against nematodes. The plow Wades underneath car in front of him slow down and plaque from Adjutant General : Surrency, .
the 'little '
in the boat and
: injured -
of the story, saying that grandchlldrenl
with a comprehensive plan so had plenty of room, about 200
designed to lessen congestion in he was just trying 'to separate tractor are adjusted so they will penetrate deeply into the soil. Hoses feet, ,in which to stop. But, looking Mark Lance 13 wl at lethe Division Florida Reviewon 'Na.1Ional risking death for all, or of deli- Funeral servicevrt: be held at

the highways and streets; to secure the women. from the barrel on the tractor attached to the blades, carrying' the into his"rear view mirrow, he July Guard berately casting overboard the 3:30: p.m. Friday iii the chapel of
: was on summer en-
from fire, panic and other The bond of William Charles fumigant into the soil. The three men in the center of the picture are saw the car in back of him bearing campment at Fort Stewart, :.Q&. excess number so that the rest Hardage and! : Sons Northside
((1-r) Dr. B. II. Chitwood down rapidly. Instead of shall be saved. Funeral Home at 34th and Mala'
danger"', and to promote health Johnson, 20, charged with driv- with the State Plant Board W. E. r.rt'prest"ntath'e applying The,trophy was presented to Co. :
brakes instantly, he said, Once he has pronounced his streets in, Jacksonville.he .,
and the general welfare. ing without a license was es of a company selling the fumigant, and Dr. Donald B the'unit: having the high- I
he flashed his brake
lights as a
-. The County Commission had treated and an order issued for 31. Coe plant pathologist' with the Agriculture Extension Service., warning, stopping only.at the last est figure of merit In rifle.:marktnanship desperate rules for survival,

Originally intended for the plan his arrest after Judge Yawn recalled -: minute.If during the rang prac- Power himself ultimately falls II brings .his frail craft througha

."to provide adequate light and that Johnson's license had A soil "inoculation" method the ,other had not tice season of 1956.' victim jto them. Wounded in' a storm. 'and- then himself leaps 4
car rammed
air to the overcrowding previously been revoked. Plant pathologist Donald Coe fight with a mutinous passenger overboard. "
prevent: : reported to be capable of killingthe studied into his, Hall said, be:believed ,-----
the --
matter' and
of property, to avoid undue concentration A penalty of $35 or 10 days "germs" which have caused diagnosed that the damage ,would have Meetings ContinueAt
to facIlitate illness as being caused by .. .
of population was levied on Gerald G. Crandall severe crop damage in Bradford .' been negligible. Hall said he "

the 'adequate provision of who pleaded guilty to improp County in recent ,years wa'a demonstrated nematodes. 3iPCounty" could not turn left because he HafuptonChurch, UjLtIJrg.It .

transportation, water sewage, j passing. The same penalty wait to about 50 farmers agent George Huggins was in ho passing zone, and could .. \
schools, parks and other require- received by Herbert Pippiri Friday morning. explained at the demonstrationthat not turn right be ause another The ,special series of ,meetings '"" ,

ments." But. these items were charged with passing at a junc The "germs" in this rootknot ,la the most common car was turning right. will continue at ,the. Hampton WITH TOMB CLASSIFIED)

struck out of the final version.A tion. case are variety of nematodes. but The driver of the car which hit Baptist Church; ,through. Sunday ,
nematodes- parasties which live .. .a=s=xca.i.. .,, ,, ,j nr.-, ., T?"
maximum penalty of a' $500 that many more exist which are Hall's was also charged but: his night Aug.. 4. Evangelist Bill. .i ia=sBSi .1 -.' i ..'.

fine or 30 day.- in jail or bothis in .the soil and attack the rootsof more difficult to recognize.. bond estreated when he failed to Compton, dynamic; preacher'from 20 WORDS OR LESS Oae .IuertlM (Htetwrn Cktrct) .- '___ i.Tf

provided for anyone convictedof Patten To Head Body the plants, injuring the plantso Causing the appear. Decatur, Ala. is preaching each BACH ADDITIONAL.WORD OVER SO _a...--,. ,,....,...fe Per.W.f.. "

violating' the provisions of the Railroad Case that .its growth and produc- most damage in night at, 8 p'cloclc. 20.% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT' WlBRTIOK. SAMS AD .,
this
Hearing tion are far below, normal. area has been the sting ZSe ADDITIONAL: FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS KOT PAID IN ADVAJfCB.

act. i Knowledge 'of the extent of nematodes; "which stings the To Serve Days Mr. and Mrs., Tony Gonzalez I I. ,1
:
Circuit Judge George L. Pat- nematode damage has not be- rootn causing them to shrivel up have been bringing a -program CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ____-___ 'Sl-M Per I.flia.\ First ,IMHU91X0 .

Revival .Meeting ten will serve as "chairman of come widespread until recently.And and thus affect the plant But Not. In JailIt of gospel music each evening: PER INCH-FOR S SAME: AD REPEATED 0>'H OR' MORE. TIMES. '-J;:

the Florida Railroad and Public since this problem had not The method for bringing, the X concentrated 'effort to shatter .' -,'
Revival meetings will be con- I Utilities Commission in a case all 'previous Sunday' School CARDS OF THANK Up T. M W.rO ---_ -- U"
been considered menace under control is to
serioufJy. Inject
ducted at the Boatdrain Baptist very I was a familiar situation for ,' OVER 50 WORDS -:-- Ceati Per W.fi
to be heard on Aug. 26 in St. the "anti-toxin" records is being put forth by
little effort had been taken to about 6 to 8'
the aid little He
.Church, about three miles southof man. was againin '
of
members the
Petersburg. church. On Sunday
Starke to the Griffis Loop combat it. inches under the surface of. the City Court 'facing charges of MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS! __.-. ._ 4 'Cemt. Pel' W f*
beginning Judge Patten received the assignment The soil fumigation .method, soil, through tubes ,running behind public 'intoxication. He morning.. Aug. 4, the goal
Road, Monday, Aug. readily is
to have 211 present in classes.
5,. at 7:30 m. from Gov. LeRoy Col- in.which. "anti-toxin" is injected plow blades. This soil is admitted his guilt, but asked POWER MOWERS FOR RENT atTilly's 'FOR RENT -,On* and two bso
p. Pastor
Marvin Faile that
lins after the regular Railroad into the soil, was devised as then covered over. tvjaling ii. the the court to says 66 ,Service. 411 8. Walnut room. furnished apartments. Cloisin.
grant one special for Sale. Desirable location. W. .H.
The evangelist will te the Rev. prospects of exceeding this' number St. Also new mowers
Commission members disqualified the, nematode menance was poison. .It recommended that privilege-to let him spend the Easy payment plan. Pay while '"NeUman. 238, W. )1a4l on. tfcb.

E. E. Ernest. Pastor. C. E. Pad- themselves in the case to more clearly understood. Thoughthis about two weeks ,be, allowed for nights at his house because there I i are very encouraging. you mow. Buy what where you buy.can. 1 NEED TIREff .
service on you
gett issued a welcome to get ,
every- be heard, a- case involving the process is just being intro-: the poison to escape before the was no ,one there to' take care tfchl Get them new' pay as you ride..
one to attend. Ask for :ouf easy budget terms.
-
moving of the location and build- duced into Bradford County, it land is used again. of his' dogs. Lacy :Conway Bales and Service.

SINGING CONVENTION ing of a new Atlantic Coast has been used elsewhere for a..I The treatment will last for 'at The prisoner promised that he vr. c. T. I). WHEN IN NEED OF Union' Pus Station, Stark., treat Fla.:

Line depot in Detersburg.. variety of crops and proved to least one season, with the 'possi- would report to the city hall or
The Bradford-Union Singing be effective. TOP SOIL PLASTIC SEAT COVERS ,for 'all
bility that its, effectiveness wilT
Serving as members of the light plant e'verymoriiIng'' to 11E .THAT IX3VKTin PLEASURE makes and!! model autos $21.i.
Convention will meet Sunday at Agricultural authorities at ,the last longer, the authorities': said. serve the five day sentence' at and 1IP1ntalJatlon'' free -atSbepberd'e.
Commission with ratten will be
SHALL BE A. DIRT
: demonstration POOR ;;FILL, tfckFO'R ..
the Raiford'Baptir.t stated without The demonstration .
Church for Circuit Judge Harold R. Vann of was givenon any tasks he Was asked to do.
an all day homecoming program. Miami and Circuit Judge, HaroldB. j' doubt that the method will bring the farm; of< Pete Griffia; on And Mayor,'W. T. Jackson'showing' MAN: liE THAT, LOVETH i ALL TYPES'TRACTOR SALE' t x 1x .IS c CdacrfU' :

Everyone is invited to attend. Crosby of Pensacola. nematodes under control if, ,applied the ,Griffin 'Loop Road.' Participating 'that'' he had 'no doubt WINE' ,AND OIL ,SHALL NOT WORK Blocks"Mix.17c Cement each. FOB Sand;yard.Steel Mortar .and-,

1-- I' properly.The i in the 'program' were that the man would keep his BE RICH." PROVERBS 21:17. : Aluminum Windows.' Also ready
AND mixed .concrete. Pradferd :Enjtirtnterinjr
J --:,_ .----,---. : nematode problem in Huggins, Dr.' Coe, Dr. J. H. word granted the request. The : Ce,,, Phone &4. tfohlf

Bradford County was pinpointed Christie' of the 'University1 of mayor ,had sentenced him to a Light ,BulldozingW. ONE"AND'' 'WO'BEDOOMfurflhs: '

art year' when several farmers Florida, Dr. B. .G. Chitwood and fine .of $27 or five days in jail. L. THIGPEN JR.EL ed apartments for rent. Phon*

THIS WEEK'S ,SPECIALS reported sickly- looking' strawberry Dr. Ray Birchfield, both of pie I The defendants in' all of the 2 .- Box 243Allen, ,Rd' ins: W. T. i Jackson.tfthy

"*' "* *''.' _, plants and poor crops State Plant Board and W' E. ; other cares handled in Mayor'a WORd FOR. ,SALE-OuU Service: Station l la

.. with"no apparent. reason for Feistner, representative: "of arcompany Court Monday' failed: ,to' appear PN1-3:: ", Keystone; Heights... ;Pnon:H'lt.4tp ..".-

them. *; Ir*. selling the fumigant. and. their bonds were, forfeited. 1409. K C PHONE 890STARKE Burkina.
WAITRESS' ANTEWp1>Jr *U'f
FLORIDA
These cases were Robert Log- 12 noon. B. & G.Truck. Stop.RitV

$27 Bond Too Low For Accusations' gins, $27 on a charge 'of public The :Music & News, Stationin OUR RADIOS TENTH.REPAIRED,"lIlfIftllUA1' taurant.--- ,: -. tfchf ,.,

intoxication; Carl Kirkpatrick, Starke All Make: -.AU' .... WE HAVE a"ne.- loan program-tor .
: '>27, speeding; William Henry teu.iebts'' Cbartt. Xamtee4HA farmers., Loans. of ,1 to V' years

HANKIES: I E S .j i;;; Against Police,, Mayor Tells OfficersLee Hawkins, $27, speeding' ; Angel-" 'ItS W.(.CM.. St.C. SHEPHERD$t.rk.i !.. .. for the of farmer-and entire 'credit !his requirements family.

ine M. Munizza, $27,, speeding; Gainesville Production Credit
no
A charge of "accusing the police ing bribes.: : We All"Th&Work You Do All Association,' WO NorthMaiD,
:
department John H. Shank, $27, speeding;; The REST The Perry Van Show 3% PAID ON' KAV1NOS: KET-: Galnesvl11eFla :UeiLl'
.* I Colorful acceptingribes" Fillyaw'.said' that he saw Iee Howard B. Hathaway $27 'Im BTONE STATE B&NZKEY.: .. : : ,-
.0I > was among four charges skid ,up to the light at Templeand 12:35-4:00 P. :AL ,Dally. STONE HEIGHTS. FUL, MEMBER : FOR SALE-Two story:'h ule'' Jo.be>
G, Limit which resulted from an original Pratt'streets! slide on through proper passing. FDICX : move4 from 716 N ,'Tempi AT*.
count of running a red light Forfeiting $12 bonds on char- Intereeted partita write-Mr. Kirk
placed the intersection and onto the pave- Ogden,' P. 0: Box.18l9.JACEo*.
against a Starke man last ment in front, of' a garage at 'the ges of 'running' red lights were' :Monday thru Friday FOR Water SALE Heater.-82 gklloA Two elements.Electric ville', _or Phone Elgin' 5-83(7., t
week. corner. Charles C. Leonard, James J. 6:00: Sign on and Newi 'Good Condition. 'See at Gay's tfchyFOR

.The man, Tasco Lucas Lee, failed The officer said' that when he Schlossen., Gerald 'Manual Wil- 6:05: The Clockwatcher Home Appliance. tfcbg SALE-New 'Crop. 'PensacoU

CREEPERS to appear in Mayor's Court asked ,Lee for his (driver's license liams; Frances Jacus, Eddie 6:30: Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon Jl00,00. FOR TOUR TV In trade 'on Dr.Bahia S.' grass R. Marco seed.,phone$!5.09 :per i$. 188.118

and forfeited a $27 bond, the defendant, .started issuing ,Warren, Paul W. Hudson, Cath- day ,and Tuesdays! only. ) 21 inch Motorola Lowboy at N. Walnut St. 2tp 8/8 1
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.
an amount which Mayor W. T. threats and accusations-, erine" Davis, and C. D. Payne. 6:45: The Clockwatcher Dahmers tfchj FOR SALE-Westinghoutfl. sink"and

Slight! Irregular Jackson told the policemen was In other cases in Mayor's Court 7:00 First- .:News (if The World Lint You Property Per Sale WItS I dishwasher.. R!!._.|4Ss.$!::_:,Sale,,,
inadequate considering the Bill Tyson, Negro, ''was fined $27 rtounaup Farm Home aid- ...1..** Proper. price- -*?-.--. inis apyieucs,' "II' 1
each week until
be reduced $5
TO THE CITIZENS OF ty Free Ope LUtUg
I 7:15
charges. for The Clockwatcher
public intoxication. tfchg
LOO ValueLADIES Tyson Johale Hum***, RepreMitatlve sold Slade Gas Co. '
Jackson, admittedly riled at the plead not guilty.LouLs&Brown STARKEi 7:20 Bulletin Board Of. The .Air 'P. Q. B.x 307 Starke, Fla.S FOR, RENT Nicely furnlshed. llr"
accusation : 7:30 Weather ,Around ,Th .Nation : ml. S. oa 301 Phone Wild -
against the police, was pla'ced under ,1 ,am announcing my .candId- | HObart 8-1831 tf room cottage. Plenty of 'Cool
probation and I : : shade trees., Larae.leree le4 front .
criticized the low bond. turned over to her .
the' Council
acy for Starke City Two' adults or-couplft'wah
$4.00 "It should have been tat least mother after being convicted of subject to the election on September 7:35>> The Clockwat her FOR .SALE-Used.'T 17 Inch, T.V.Sets, email porch. child.<< Located at' SiT W.

$100," he said.Arresting using indecent: language. and dis-,i 10, 1957.: V7:50: World, .National', .State and $49.95 at Shepherd's. tfchg Call St. Phone m-J... Itchg

officer Carl' Fillyaw turbing the peace. 'Sports Newa ,. FOR 'SALE-One good used Blackstone LOST-Brief Case'contalnlag sertr- \i
DRESSES Forfeiting bonds were ,Howard 'As a'1 newcomer to politics, 8:05 ,The Clo kwaic! ei' l' 'Automatic Washer., Perfect at checks, important papers of

said Thornton that had Police set the Chief bond, Thorn W. E. Cook, $27 charged with .public. one who has watched the operation -. ,.8:45: Radio Chapel- (Ministerial condition, ,; pars. Home. Appliance., "' tfchg- Bradford Lodge: 224 N .;OES 35,F,4 ad AMStark.Chapter jr.( ...

V toxication; lizabeth 'B. Snyder, of the city during the last Association) ; sonti ,papers. .Liberal reward .for At'
ton said he did not
know about all
1.99 Value of the charges when he set the $27, reckless ;driving and causingan few years, I feel that I can con- 9:00: Five' minute 'summary 'of SANTA FE!: LAKE FR NT- LOTS- : return to C. A. Fntch., Itthg

I amount. accident; Sherman C. Groves, tribute new approaches, new News ; 12,000.00.: Convenient% terms. Quy 'FRESH' PICKED OKftA frbm J.. R.
.
Limit T 1 .$27.,..-., -fnllnwirtcr-- tnn r-lns.--:-, -anil... ;-.an---< _- Ideas and new projects which 9:05:: The Chatterbox with "Betty Andrews, Phone.' 283 or 375-W.tfchtr Hixon Farm.. for yourDeep
was charged with running : ;ciiti Freezer. ISe Ib. In IS lb. lots.
I ing an ; Charles William would result In' increased effidency .' Gray Give your order to Vol1e,'Starl-,
a red light, reckless driving, us- Powers, $27 following too close in 10:00: Cedric Adams Show FOR RENT' -Two bedroom unfurnished Inic at the cornsr'of St. Rd. IIi
lig profane language and accusing city 'government house. Also 1 bedroomfurnished i and E. Brownlee. 8tt */1I
and causing an accident; James the 10.30 Music, For The Missus house at :308 S., Water I ,
police department of accept- Edward Hall, Negro, $2?, reckless Among new projects in i 11:00 Five minute summary 'of St. Itchg FOR SALE 2S' Correct Craft Cabin

driving; Claude P. Brown, $27. improper which I have.a definite, concern I Cruiser 1947. Two bunks, galley
News
SHOES S $ fl.99 SPffD- passing and reckless driving and which I would endeavor to 11:05 Music For The Missus PINEAPPLE Ira Andreu.PEARS Rt. %, ,Box SOc 244 a bushel on old enclosed equipped. bead Call, Weichel IS' HP.,' Keystone Folly

: ; Jack Lee Kulish, $27, speed- inaugurate during' my term of 11:30, Farm Roundup Lake Butler Rd. 2tp 8/9 Heights 5J8!. tfehgTRADE

ing; Jack Lee Kulish, $27, speed- office would' be: 12:0p Public Service IN Spinet Piano. .Guarma.teed -.
Ladies ; $27, speeding; Curtis Lee Williams ; FOR SALE-8' acres with ';room 19 y ati. Only. 1491.00: Grid-
.11fPf I 1)) AN ORGANIZED' AND 12:15: Second News of The 'World block house on Road 100 South Icy Music Co. Inc. 1025 West University .
.- '. Negro, $27, reckless driving SUPERVISED RECREATION Roundup beyond :Michigan Ranch on right Ave. Telephone FR
Childrens ; Frederick: Mack, Negro $12, PROGRAM to Insure ,constant 12:30 Weather Around.. The Na- Easy box lU terms.'Starke.E. H. Reagan; Rt.Itchg 1, !-403!. Galne vtl1e.' Fla. Itchy

... one running red light;. Alice ..Yeo- attention .to this area of community tion LOST-Brown'Cocker,'10,- years'old.,
ALL 1st QualityCAPS mans Larkin, $12, running red 12:35' The Van Show' FOR SALE-Grass Seed., Pensacola 'Just sheared. Answers- .nimr
relations. A City Recreation : Terry -
CHAIN SAW light; C. E. Judge. .$12, ..running Bahia and Argentine Bahia and of Fella. Collar. with,"Iftlngtpn,
Department could Initiate 1:00: Five minute summary of several different kinds of .hay by Mo. .Tag. Call .$ 32.' Keystone
'
1t1jU Paz ideas and actions of its own as News "the bale or by the ton. : J. P. Helfhts., ____ -.. ltchg

well as coordinate the activitiesof 1:05 The .Perry Van ''Show2:00 -', White. Raiford Rd. 3tp 8/11 FOK---SALE-M8' tJ l icpadtohUtl.HYdr4' fojir' door.

MENS 9I Civil War,. Film i'; : various :civic clubs where a. : 'Five"-,minute- summary :of FOR 'RE T-Tbr e,. oom,'anci J bath able.ofter'retuMd.iPboM,Ko'reaain-S1.L";'ttp

News ..furnished, apartment 'UtllUeafuralshed. : .. ,' ... ,
TO Play At Park' EOcreatlok of, Community 'De ., PrIvate. !eDtrule.( i .DQf
FOR RENT-Two bedropin J.
velopment project-; of :ommon ,2:05:; ,The- Perry ,Van. Shows:: Phone'tJsL.' ;Mrs.- U ,.D. Green Bhthe4Julu", : Pee 1V'' :\\ Ul1UUl-
'3:00' mlnu te- :o1 'RaJror4 Road.. 2tpr 3/9 "ow"Igk .1t
Five
7CS Walt:"Disney's "The Great Loco-- interest is, undertaken.. : summary.." .1wuireoiP.IAr1s at -GOt
._ ,
H motive Chase:" a .spy' thriller CITY CIVIL SERVICE ,NewsT'.v'ft V-; *' FOR SALE-Ont.j5a2nCB.nrd'dK: -. .: e;':
off A
cosV3 dramatized from a'Civil. War episode 2) 3:05: The, Pe ryVaii;shOW,; ,Fem*'le 'lI..mo. 'oletA.KC RegIst- ,r' YtsbWorpiLPbOnS, tyr-tvV* N.
.. COMMISSON. A. commission of 4:00'Fiv'eu1nt1te ered. fnqulre'&t Smith's" Shell Thomson-St. -ttpf'a/3
(
summary ,of ,
and Fess Parker '
,
starring ,
'
Chain Saw Witk its Vopt"folUmUon ; this type would serve adual : .Station, Lawtey. 3tchg S/I6 J .J "
39c Value '. : and Jeffrey Hunter will play Sunday _a ews.: a :-): <.i FOR&LE-'I'-.ree bedfoom horn
Qivti. spttd .for. fight' in that it would insure, : "' and extra lot. 884 Cherry St.
tvHmg, ond ,pewir tot H o ydtfhrUllingflt Monday :and Tuesday the purpose 4pt YOEU1t6OOWRGR_ ] _, FOR. RENT-Four Nom home nRoad I '.. : : >- Up
job' protection for career employees Parade : 100. outside Cjty limits Geo. .
\ tht ceit'ot ONE diornww' ; Park Theatre. Newsy W. Cheshier, 5W W>: Pratt' .St I 'ROOSC, !:, i
$ The which:thsfory'ia: and also establish'mini- '(World &fl4 Natlanal) Phone '151-), : Itp FOUR NOra or( rent
1C* U tnd ut it !Ia octiea today plot on mUu: out Ol State Farm Road.
based might have.changed historyhad mum standards, consistent with .:lQWRGll: f' NewV' Parade -- p.odman CnderhUL ,:?, ". tip
ta'rinh ,
> it succeeded.: developed as job requirements for an city (Stat "' and Local) FOR Vf,ml RENT from-Four State room Road 1C. Daily 54! 'FOR RE.W-Tw.o bedroom completely .

) iseI a result of a darIng scheme blueprinted employees.. 6:20'WRGR: : News Parade mall route and school bus. $15 i furnished house with carport
f per month. F. F. Flume. tp I on N. Walnut Street. Applyat
by a Union raiding partyto I hare deep interest in our (Sports and Weather) I Coney Island Apt,. Apt. 2. 604E.
w. LIISt. cut the Confederacy in two by city and its future progress I 6:30: Revolving Bandstand FOR' SALE-In North Craolina near .'- Brawnlee., Up
crippling the vital railroad artery 7:00 NEWSIC (News and )[ulief' Waynesvllle tAee room house.
hope to See each of you before Large living 'and dining, room together FOR SALE-12 pun bred register
between the big supply base at election and' to personally solid ) kitchen, bedroom and ed Angus Yearling' heifers also
Atlanta and the' central front at ,!OO Sign Off bath. screened porch, beautiful registered bulls J. B. WhIte
your ideas and to discuss with view mountain stream. Also Raiford Rd. 3tp 8/11

PbOft83M $ 1) K. & J. GARAGE Chattanooga.Featured are two locomotivesthe you my thoughts for Implement- Same schedule" Saturday, as above except' three write other P.O., lots.Box 47 Call. Starke 251-W FUu or ** BC8I\E' EXPANSION:

,"Generalstolen..by James J. tug a progressive program. 1 to, 6 'p.' m. Road'Show Itcbg XEED, MAM. OR WOMAN t* ..,rate
I.
rout. ai'edf.vd-Uil.n. c..tt
Andrews, and the Texangrab- ,If you are out' when I call, Sunday =Two ..
FOR RENT bedroom furnishd Nasty dealer w camiBi flMre aid
}YI Mile South on U.S. 301. bed by Confederate train conduct please! remember that I need 7:30 Sign On Religious programs house. Newly painted See .. per week. H* I.y.ff*. Car

or William A., Fuller to frustratethe your help before and after election until' 1:00 p. m. Mrs Martin at" ,Martin's. Fruit eeesury._ Age K t. IS. Writ*
Phone .474-R ;Shop. Itchg: Frisk C..,. lilt West Peaekrre
: plot. In the Disney production and win be' grateful for an 1-iW'to 8Oi-p.J:() ntM'The Stu1t ::! !! U %..E.:. .\.,.......G., 4tekg. 532RENT.Z

Starke Florida 'Andrews' 'is portrayed bT'FeParkerand opportuntjr -to: serve TOO; to __the, -- _dar.fPtow :. l' FORI jl d. firc\ pli'reievts !tiar6J'-\DrU
;- In good catt" FOR lilt.ed.hCJl
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