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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 9, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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,VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST, 9, 1957 NUMBER SEVEN1 I Ii

Starke politics began getting warm this week as Councilman --

Joe Andrews III resigned. open up a race for another e I

: post and five more candidates paid qualification fees. .r
Bradford
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By Thursday ,morning i competition had developed for, all t .S rSM a. q I It Deputy ArresteOn

of ,the positions up: for,: 'election.. .. J: ,
Andrews' resignation which will '

218 New Voters t be; effective Oct. the 1. was Council.accepted The ,.'

Tuesday night by .. U. S. Moonshine Charge
members agreed to fill the vacancy t.

'by'providing a space on ballot .- .

1 Sign For Election for' the' unexpired one-year term .1 '1\ .' .
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ask n.Vead oil| by appointment. \ .
it., ; $500 Bond Posted F
Andrews, who was elected in .. II
: to Jilt; ntJ, ;many of ,them 1956'lection. r _
the :
brought in by candidates; moved resigned "for ), 4 f1.
into:the City Hall In a steady reason! nf employment' outside the By:fate Brown t 'r S i 'z
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state. He has taken
a postion as
stream this week to sign up to
field representative with the National Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown was
rote In the Sept. 10 city election.
Foumlatioi f,.... 'n- i .the target thin week as federal
Wednesday ,morning 218
new Paralysis and will work out of agents again ,reached into Bradford
voters had their names
put .. \
Hattier./ nrg, Miss. County increase their toll ;
on the books -since, registering began .1 ..., .!.' .\ .,. ;'./ o? men arrested on moonshine operation tr _wa I II II
on July 11. The book will So. far 11 candidates have qualified '" ,Ii.! .. .. < I. I
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close Saturday at noon. to run for the six vacanciestwo >i-ti.-, H' '.i: 1' charges.'
for two for Brown' waived ,i'::ninary
In preparation for the 'election, 'mayor, city clerk : p
two hearing before the U. S. Commissioner
the'Council Tuesday eight named for police chief, three for the t

the:'l Inspector to operate the two year Council posts, and two and posted $500 bond Wednesday

for the single one year Council after being served with a .
polls. The l Inspectors will, be K eve
spot., Incumbents in all of the warrant charging him with violation
Charlei Hardy, A. L., Crosby Jr.,
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r. ,Ray'Btone.' 'William Kronenbergirr posts except the unexpired Council of federal liquor laws.' This yrti 7- ELc1: :
spot' have offered for reelection. crln. '5s !to 11 the' number of menarrested 1' '
Mn., Sheliie JU Hall,.:and Mrs. '
The latest since a three month investigation :
'. newcomer to challenge
Ernestine. ..Denmark:, -
;one of the 'incumbent is .of moonshine activi-
'The, CQUncfl'scheduled' [ a ,meeting Merrill ''Edwards who is vying'fo'rthe ix IRil l Ex, to $ ties by 'state and 'federal agents \
,for:' 7i po' m.;Tuesday ,night to broke Into
Clerk the open'l st week.
City; seat held by Carl i .
takeout names' ot ,persons who t
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Johns tt Sheriff. P. D. Redish declared t 3.
veteran'of 25 in of
years'
have died, nunred.or, should be'removed
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the arrest that Brown willsuspended
fice.; Edwards, a native of Starke.
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reason law, t s '
for any by' iAfter i )
be from service with
: 's representative for a peanut .
.these. names.., .. .have: beentaken i he sheriffs department,fat I least dr
out: \thV voter list will be company., Ending 'an.acquittal' in 'a: trail.

f published and any 'persona whose The'mayor's and police, 'chiefs ,' 1An agent for the Alcohol!> and .
name her been eliminated will be have so' to'
J aces developed tar Tobacco Tax Unit'of the'Treasury 1LL
heard by the Council f iu<";t':, two man contests. The may- Department which sparked the

tr'a agalnsteach'other race pits two the old incumbent opponents investigation told the' Telegraphthat I Fate, Brown Studies Warrant While Deputy Marshal Dragones (left) Waits I
Brown '
Mayor Jackson was not the "silent
\V. T.' (Billy) Jackson and former daddy" of the illicit liquor business

mayor .J. R. Wainwright. which mentioned last By Tax Agents ,
was School Board
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Bond Issue
Qualifies To Run Incumbent police chief W. E. :I ., .. week.. Eyes
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fsc Ii Thornton has received oppositionrom 'YXO' 'Other persons are still expectedto

William (Bill) Laine, carpenter i The twisted wreckage'In the top photo was the auto in which Ral- become involved in the moonshine Still Is Blasted '
Mayor W, T (Billy) Jackson As For
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qualified Friday to seek a second and former Starke police ford Schellie ,Rosier \\SLS killed. Rosi r'8 car crashed into the rear charges, the agent said. Planning jw School Started

man. Thornton has served on,the of the pickup truck in bottom photo, literally breaking Its back. "We have others in mind and
term.
Near 'Graham
police department for 30 there '
years are possibilities of more
Jackson, .agent for, the Central The School Board Friday be- the recommended building program
tO.years as chief. Laine served on arrests," he said. But he indicated
Truck Lines, In opposed by former gan the job of deciding what, to but wanted to get more
the force for nearly six'years, Kills that these
Road 16 Crash Man charges might come in '
: ,.raayor.J. R. Wnwright.rAnnounctng \ esigning 'in 'February, 1956. A large still in the:western partof do about the $617,000 building public reaction to it' before: taking
of indictments
form after the
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< : thet in the recent
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; his candidacy, v Bradford'County blasted program proposed action
the was
Former Council chairman evidence is presented to the federal I School Plant Survey as they put
forcemeat mayor!! ' ; pave been called
l on-the as a public hearingon
galna Council afternoon its
spot : ( ,. vying ;.t charges J ow.' | Wednesday before economica rooms at' ,Bradford
takentprice: during: hia ,term. of with'the;' incumbents,, 'IR; bl The,driver* of-a 'fcai involved,: had :been 'a",guard at: tit! State ';The agentj.would not reveal the operators had ,a chance to mak High and a site for a recommended the, budget, was, dominated
office
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II, "f'feel";that-'Ihave helped raja-. fohn,,' or' I\\;E.1, : dark, 'for; 'one': of 'aismashufJ( .: Monday, nlghtftit! ? theintersection.'ofhe }(.Prison'.i jforSI! : :years.- He was the specific acts V which resulted in thepurges any' money out (it.; new elementary schoolon by dicsussion' of the survey and
", the two + postal". Both RalfonTroad'and i son'of burst Rebecca Griffis Bw&gv gagainst building and maintenance probe
yeai 'Mrs. the for
standards In the police deputy No. one was arrested, and no a priority list to be, sent to
depart Johns and :Clark have qualified '''Bayless Highway died in-a who,lives" at Lawteyand the J.l# fear' it might Up off.evidence,that vehicles confiscated at, Tallahassee for approval. lems, and the relade matter of
rnent, (Jackson 'said,*"During my the site. ,. .
the.
. u -candidates .for 'reelec on.' local hospital few,minutes'afterhe'was'admitted. James S/ Rosier. Hvaa'a memr 3-needed far cwirt He said that'Brownis'eharged Board's ..recent, ,proposal-
theTat
rein the epartmeftt.1\his established '' Si'Churcl1. The officersagents of: But decision on whether or sell, the USO building and
: '' her of the 'B pi ppsaisiwif'moonshine prop-
I uniform. and impartial .traffic The race for,:the; ,unexpired one I mbther'airhis : x- "swithr .Alcohol and Tobacco.: : j br\ ;no|",they would try 'tp accomplish .. tyl'Midi'I tv'orttidrlicnBomam"3
f' law enforcement and has workedto year:position so far is a two way The victim was Raiford Schellie Surviving besides' his i b\jt\ emphasized Ihaf. of; the Treasury: Department, said .'aIr-or') 'thei'recommendatloW! acid farm1.* *' r :,

'.cut, Juvenile delinquency." ,I fight between Randal Chitty, commander Rosier, 57, resident, of State wife'' Mrs: Flossie-: teeytfojds: this does net necessarily. -- mean'behad the! ;,mash, capacitybf'the'still was 1 'put across1' tile%ndf'issue"'which* "' : "

will" 'endeavor to carry c on. this of .the local National? Farm. A: couple in another vehicle, Rosier of Raiford ThomPsoul' twccdaug&teM: 1 : the liquor, bwith.. hirn.! The. }JHQjbarrels. It .teas located t abouttwomiles 0 xvould, .be*tik{ &;-H'p'af"i: r tart: .. vQr't"trlni>fr-w. 'P'olvelt l'l '!' aJl13 r*ct K f
Rfed- ? l'ief'
work if elected. Guard unit! and Ewell Lawson, Mr.: and Mrs. Stanely C Crawford Mrs. Clarice- of charge: can/jbe placed.,for any of? jjprth) 'of/Graham1,/ .on th tl thti'! was nor mide'a: toe. meet. Hl.r1 -rj'" .i (',"t
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Mrs. ii for the and a
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and Jonese of -* Ddnq.
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ford Loui8e connectedwith ; *
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CouncIl the varied activities 4 rtAlt'
: former .member. involved in the collision escaped inks; of_Sampson Creek : :; '! tissue ,.
: The noted'lilao that he inO"Ji'riday. _
mayor 1
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Fayetteville, N. C.a9' brother, moonshine operation, he laic! 1 r. i" 13fl. 4r. ?'r ) ..o tI,4 the entire :
has been, ,instrumental l in putting \ Also on'the ballot for the votersto serious' injury though Crawfordwas John,, Rosier of LaM y; five sisters arresftBrown "The;still, was .discovered :Tuesvday' 1 1 I. of the }members! ;Indicatedthey 'mmiidati 6f fi. c' JG t3'1 1.: /.Iua sdTF

&'damper on'Juke box playing and! decide upon will be the question held in the hospital. Mrs. of After the .asked. 'night and was blown with' .i '\< r .t'J'faV& t Ef faairchifg l ;UI':; ':' il .tr'Jtm1M1':1i: "If! nil t

other n&isy .activities after midnight of' whether .or not they want:t? According to witnesses, Rosier's Maggie ;Forsythe an investigator when the, particular 44 sUcks of dynamite up : .. : 4'I' ; Fw'!. a.e!' ; :., ,!.! drcq% s
Mrs. Alice Rosier Wednesday "
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Jacksonville,
incident on which the charge .school.system in shape we ,are:
change the method of fast
: electing automobile traveling' at a Board
I Mrs. Bessie Sapp Mrs. Daisy against him was based'occurred.. after the agents concluded that i AdoptsLower going; to have to tdo all these
, city Council members., A group rate of speed, crashed into the the operators had abandoned the "
and Mrs. Rossie Reddish,
Pringle things Powell stated. "Other-
The that it
agent replied was on
voting system has been of the Crawford's pickup *
passedby
Lawson Asking rear all of Lawtey, and six grandchildren May 22.The : work on it. wise we still just flub along
MillageThe
the Legislature and will be: truck as it was stopped for a stop
.' The still was all set.up exceptfor building classroom and
a
., passed if approved by the voters. sign. Both vehicles wehe headed warrant was served on the here

Return To Office Deadline for qualifying is Aug. south on, the Baylesa! highway Funeral services were heldThursday. deputy sheriff in the sheriffs office a still pot the agents said, and there as the need arises."

20. (State Road 225)). in the DeWitt C Jones about'10:30: Wednesday morn the mash was past ready to run. ad-valorem tax rate was School Superintendent Harmon

About mile before reaching Chapel at .2 p. m. with ing by Deputy U S. Marshal It consisted of eleven 535 gallon officially set at at 15.75 mills Morgan pointed out that classrooms

well Lawson, former city a the Rev. J. E., Lingerfelt officiat- Jerry D. Dragones. Brown was steel vat fermenters! and 5,500 Monday as the County Commission are listed as top priorityfor

councilman, ,qualified 'Wednesday Merrill( Edwards the intersection, Mr. Rosier's car ing. Burial followed in the family out when the federal men arrived. gallons of mash stamped final approval on the spending of state Capital

morning as a candidate 'for the had sideswiped an auto driven by plot in Evergreen Cemetery at and. was' called in by radio by the 5290,000 budget for the 1957- Outlay funds The County should

one year term left vacant by the Seeks Clerk Job Eddie Thompkins principal, of R State Farm. Sheriff Reddish. Case Record: Set '158 fiscal year. receive enough of these funds

resignation of Joe Andrews .III J.; EL Negro school. Active pallbearers. were. guards Brown took the warrantwith c This tax,.rate rap H ent? \ d5* annually/ to finance :the building ,

Lawson was nosed out"of office ::Mr. Rosier, a" native of Lawtey, from' State Farm: out comment read it twice and In ,County Court ';" /:: crease of 13>> mills from last year's' of "clissrooms, but if- the' lloarii\ ;;'ejr
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by an 'eight vote margin in the Merrill Edwards, representativeof i j), asked questions about bond and ,- 16.251' mill mark. is evpr' tocatch upon the* bapltwt

election'i the JL R. Con Curbed The largest '''number' of criminal In other action Commission ,
last year after servingfor Tom Houston Peanut Co.. Vainwrighttn Gome procedure. *i Edg of :building asset i1Qrth( Ii

four year At present he is qualified Thursday morning as a Sheriff Reddish said he "didn't Ceases1 VvV handled in one' received -bida on a' bulldozer '.\v Inutile,survey recommendations;'r, ?|I.

a member of the Board of Bond candidate for City Clerk subjectto Race School Board have the slightest idea" that month;; were made in County be used by the city in itsaanitary: more] money,%Will haVEt-tQ' tors ''.&

Trustees."I the Sept. 10 election. Mayor's By, Brown was about 'to be charged Courfc !during the.month" ; of\July, land fill program.. These'TsidaVeratunfed 1 forthcoming. ;,,:and i this-money;elJ"{ ->t1? *

feel like I can do the citizens Edwards a native of Starke I I, tc with the crime. Brown has been CountJudge 'r. A,* Yawn said over to city*Officiate-for[only ;come from a bond issue. 11t '!,vyu

and 'the city same good because has never sought political office. J. R. Wainwright, former Young racketeers: will find it I deprt, for a little more than four this week: their study; and recommendation., '::Pr<)ject recommended by ..tMsurveY' i ,

of the experience I have gained He'has, been associated with the Starke mayor qualified .Mondayas more, difficult to make a fast years. It_ :_The judge said that :163 cases Instructed Roa rForeman'R.- R team' for. Bradford i J !".

during my terms on the Council" peanut company for 11 yeara"I buck as the result of School "If I had known of him being were processed, mostly traffic Jone to put in a Jpipe'under a :school system were ,anew 12,'j \,

Lawson said. He noted the, fact believe my business exper a candidate for his old post Board action taken last Friday. involved in any such thing hewouldn't cases bringing $6,300 into the driveway' ,leading from 'county- classroom elementary school ,in -
that:he subject to the Sept. 10 election. fine and forfeiture road :'to'land of W- .S. Sibley.-Sib- Southeast Starke an .
was on the Council during fence enables me to serve the The Board voted to require have stayed a deputy"the .fund. Until recently : ; costing. !

the time of the construction of people of Starke in a fair honest Wainwright, produce wholesaler teachers to prepare reports on sheriff said. "I hope he's not $2,500 brought into the .I ley appearing. at the meeting said! estimated $272.000, an auditor...' ,

the .new power plant and expan and business like way," he said in and farmer served as mayor for all fees collected from students guilty," he later commented.The fund in month was considered a he had been promised the pipe rum at BHS with, the cost estimated

lIon of the city. announcing his candidacy. r.'x years before being defeatedin ,for incidental supplies and programs sheriff noted that the arrest good amount the judge said. But several months ago. at $123,600, major alterations

Lawson and Randal Chltty. will embarrasment and the figure' has been steadily When Sibley requested the pipe, at BHS coating an estimated
are Edwards, is married to the former a stiff race in 1955. He is .a during: the year. This bring '
the only candidates so far vying Edna Louree Howard of native of Starke. breakdown, including the total suspicion to the office as well as climbing during recent months. I'. Commissioner Harold' Norman remarked $35.000, a lunchroom at

for the one year term amount collected and what it }is cripple operation of the department The judge attributed the increased that "cl verts are getting Lawtey junior High $25,000;

Travel/ At Your Own Risk snent for. would be sent to all number of cases to increased scarce" -Commissioner., \ Lawton -. library and storage space for
I traffic and an'Increased Crawford added that "money books and supplies at Starke
Clark of the parents and the School Ten- men were rounded up last
: Seeking Board. week as agents swooped into number of law' enforcement offi .! is scarcer." Elementary, $24,480;. alterationsat

Questions sometimes arise In Bradford County to begin bringingto cers. Besides ,a deputy added to Upon suggestion of Sibley, the' Hampton Elementary, $3,000?

Another i Term r l'i the minds of parents when the a head 'an investigation that the sheriff's department several Commissioners fold Jones to obtain five classrooms at R. J. E., $57-

t.... '. .' etiY voungsters come home and say had been going on for three months ago, a new Florida High. pipe fronf'. underran! --unused 600; lunchroom at Lawtey train
't 1 1I4E way Patrolman has been added ,off Sta'te '
r ; rEr' I driveway Road 100whichThad ing school, $28,000.
for this and months.
: .. .c; lrk. 'qualified Tuesday they need money to the county-, the judge noted. i been t : fenced ofi- '
that at school, School Supt Harmon One of the men, John Maccus : .
1st. candidate for :second term pro-eats ;; : '
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r said. This system (Red.) Starling of Macclenny was : '
Morgan. : Dips 5.4c .1 '
oo &e CU> uneliubject to the8eptip e ntsAe gallon : only '
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'- a would: serve to explain' where later released by U. S. Commissioner ... : _s. $192,000 coming to *the tie.
; election i4mi.u *its-",share' 'of
; ', Capital.! ; 1i
the for lack of probable cause,
money goes
F :: Clark 1. 'retired' : railway conetrvltionforeman.Ia It .will also serve another purr During the three month invest! Gas Price War i Heft iotlay funds' it would mean?'-that 'I' .ft

; just completing pose, Morgan said.' It will stop gation the agents worked on Beillg4Yfiged tdbrg.than $400,000 :would hava;';,'

betirst.tenu} ; bi'ip55 electotn some of the false accusations, of farms around Starke and at least k- tot cdmeifrom some other. sotiree4< '*
he was high In nine : 'Viiith. Uw Increase in enrollment : .,'
,man a candidate the :
excessive' fees made against J.lotorislsrej i ed
trusted while oil
one of the men was so ,., slashing his been shouldered by.
field, schools, accusations which have thoroughly that he was taken directly companies.- groaned- as Starke and ,Starke's newest station, the, Jm -' 'every year creating tha :.
Clark said the principal reasonhe Voa>i ,c u","'" by i small racket this ne ed for classrooms, we :won't'% t
j yr. E.dl1.w into the stilt work.A Lawtey week became. i ".the peral OU! >'.Coron, North1 f Temple .
is running that Mveral'pro- of the operate In *' !be.abla to get\to'; the other- ,
some pupils cluster of four stills southeast scene of a gas 'price war. avenue;. ,.J; | ever .
jects are underway or planned : :: pr.ojecbr.ta the' list'ofif: r *
connection with the money. :; commendationsf
of Starke were blown up by The battie'of..t e on -ompanies fWe'rtncuiprits: ,",jfimperialmanager'Ek. .
which he believes he. can accomplish "Some kids make a little profIt : with t toe'regular a.- '
the federal men the week before began Friday. evening and by .tot4 {
Hall 'Tele,
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more WclenUy'and -of funds said.- -
with fw=m <" fpooo";?. :MtI an ex 't- : supply Powell
the roundup. Monday morning the prices had graph -report erwrho followedthe
less expenns than other people. plained. "When the teacher asks Approval 'of one more than 50
Bradford County men who were been slashed by more than 'five accusations to the station.U
Especially' mentioned were ( them to bring a dollar to school ; per cent of the freeholders registered
arrested besides Brown wereJ. cents a gallon. Since a tig, four > al distributors said that Imperial
street .
paving project* dark has for a certain purpose they go .' !na special election
been Maurice Edwards Jr., NoonenM. cents a gallon rut. by most.of, the for the last few- .-:weeks has
chairman of dollars. would be before bond
thq street com- I home and ask for two required a
mittee for the past two yean. I'' Anyone: who l has traveled at ail in this area can easily guess which "It's surprising what= some pa Bradley, Vasco Forsyth TrubyClarence companies Saturday the prices .been s1ashing prices for weekend issue can be floated.! The Board
Slade and "Son" Fred had held
,steady. sales. But this
\ road this 'sign Is referring to-U. S. SOI, naturally Two of theseftlgns rents think it costs to keep the week the other members agreed that by this
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Sweet I children in school"" one of the Wfliams, Negro. The major companies are now local stations had checked with election the voters could let the
Shop Sold one Just outside Starke's north limits and oDe'Dear Law
city
Board ..members.remarked.. No trial date. has yet been set charging 27.9 cents a gallon higher headquarters and ,when the Board know what kind of a
tey, sprouted up last week. Though people tran g"the road have for the men who were an freed dropping from last-week's normal prices started going down they
Mrs. Carrie Ingram last school system they wanted to
sold: the Sweet week known for years that the road was far below any kind of adequate C' of C MEETING | under bond., The next trial, term 33.3 cents for regular., while the had approval Jo start cutting too pay for.

sheet which she has Shop on Court standards It Is not expected that the official label is appreciated The Board of Directors of the! of federal court is expected to independents are, charging two and the war was on. The only thing to do is to pre
operated for Chamber of Commerce ,meet] follow 'the grand jury investigation cents less usual.High'testgasoline.
the to avoid the road. But the will as Several of the distributors predict sent it to .
past 12 years iir. and Mrs. giving people came perhaps, designation the people and find!
Monday at 11:15 :m. }fa chamber ?but if is not known:whether. << : ,Is.,down to that :
> : the low.price ,
will *
F. C. Lanier ; htlclf out it want _
of
Heilbronn Springsare will give strength to, the argument for the need for Immediate work .1 t,,they J Jt* Morga/if; ,; ;
,offi t;,. MraMsrian; :Howe; or nJ these cases,can be handled 32.9 I cents ,
froincltsnormal,35.9.Blame
the new owners ...*. on the road. ""- --. r quite.awhile, butdorgL' ..their laid.i..f. ,..,,, ,,;' '1iJ-{ 1
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end in Miami \\ Paul Har-
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Proposed Sale of I USO I r I W BJ Mrs. D: !- t 1fl_ I riaons.Mr. and. Mrs A. H.; Hall: of' '. bj. Mrs,;, U. MAAAA DLe8ao ...i ?.. y' Igt..i Cart,
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The proposed sale of : the USO building on PersonalsMrs. days with her parents, the C. S. We had.a good attendance at The Ocaar Carters and David MATTER PUBLISHED AT EACH THE POST FRIDAY OFFICE AND AT ENTERED STARKE.AS FLORIDA SECOND UNDER CLASS '". t

Temple Avenue should be a matter of serious Randall Cobb and children KeDeys. church, last: Sunday and 163 in Brownings of Jacksonville spent 't'ME"CY_ Of MARCH s. ,.Ye .. I'-. ....I
concern to the mm nity..atlarge. of Belle Glade and Mrs. D. Mr and Mrs. J W. Brown"' of Sunday School classes.. the past three weeks in Mich- vy, stationed in California is Adkins and children from North f:
W, Moore of Starke visited in Hawthorne and ,J.fi.s. H.: P. Beck- igan, Arkansas; and Mississippi.
Mr. Mrs. F. R. Adkins
TMs is not to that sale of the building Mr. and Mrs. George McRae .spending his furlough with his Side, and
say Hampton with Mrs. T. F. Brown ham and daughter of Jacksonville :Mr. and :Mrs. Eddie Hilliardof \
an be opposed on the basis of logic. Admittedly: last Thursday. spent Wednesday with the R. E.. visited relatives, ia .* and;.around' Talrtco have been visiting parents, Mr. and ilrs. D. D. Con- and son. of Charleston S, C,

The building is poorly arranged for most uses Aaron Williams, son of Mr. Ganos. Starke last; weeK and spent 'Tues- relatives) here.. ";-. ner.The Mrs. Myrtle SparkmaA and. Cecile son \'
Adkins, family reunion'was of Sanford, Mr. and Mrs.
and could hardly be adapted for purposes that and Mrs: J; A. Williams of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and day night with the'H. M McRaea != ,M.' D. Carter,spent last'',week; enjoyed Sunday at,the home Stalnaker 'arid children of Brooker -

would make it useful as a permanent part of the Hampton has been able to visit daughters are spending this week before )returning: to their end in. Afaxville. with' his. ._brother! : of the A. E. Adkins. family of and Colonel Lovettea of Jack-
school plan!. with his parents some during 12 at Lake Brooklyn. home in Tumpa, H. :D. Carter. Starke. Attending were E. S. sonville.a .

Its location across busy ,U.S. Highway '301 days that his ship is based at Mr.- and Mrs. M. D. Harrell and Larry!Larramore of Starke. Bro. Wins.\of, Jacksonville:-filled ,
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Mayport. This is the first time daughter, and Mrs. W. H. Eddy and niece; iliss. Corine Rogersof the ,pulpit Sunday; morning
from the main school property, makes it hazardous in 15 months with the' Navy ''that of Waldo spent several days' this Ft. Meade'Mrsi' IL H. Lewis, and Bro.' Gerald Suggs I !of 'Bald- "

for students and faculty moving back he's been able to be in Hamptonfor week in ,St. Augustine and _Day- Mrs. W. C. Conner and daugh- win Sunday evening in the. .ab-. T From where fmsitUn.4t';;; I I.0
and forth: between the two a visit. 'ter, Yvonne, 'visited ''in' Valdosta, aen e. of the'pastorMr ; .
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,,Also :".the.-Bradford-Couuty' ..Schoolsystem1 T.Qordoh' Myrick. of :rom.t>ano. tona.Mrs.: Zedra Hamilton underwent 'Homervaie;: and. Fargo, Ga. last : and Mrs: } Carl! _'Sapp' re: --,. -, ._ I
fmeeds i ttoaey Ifo j'f additional-classroom?' Be ch' "'spentUait' Weekend Qi: in i:major operation at Vincent's Saturday.Mr. cenUy'visit d ,Mf8' -Alm: "-CompV'

and btherVb'uUdinis: r If the School(BoardcouldellUhfeyUSO'Jprbperty Hampton with the George Sax Hospital in Jacksonville last Fri- and Mrs.. Zack Myrickand ton'' who is' ill in St, Ylncent's I
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: 'ons. V !!' ; .Mr. and Mrs. M.,. D. Harrell Hospital; Jacksonville. and WisdomMac
l tfol :'a 'good"price (andDropert day. sons of Winter.Haven visited Mr. and Mrs Billy Walker of Age -
'alon'glU.S'.l} SOlVisr( 'Mr. 'and Mrs/Tercy' Griffin'of visited her there one day last friends and relatives in and .
'commanding-r-good Jacksonville were weekend .. ._,, .
Jacksonville 'Visited in-: 'Hainpt n week. ;:;1i i'b.- __
prices these 'd y Y'itr could 'const1'1ct classrooms around Starke last week, and guests of her mother, Mrs. M. L.
Saturday with his father, W. H. }Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano spent Johnson's mother just glass of cold beer from the
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whore they! a r Aise36d in ;\i\ location thaiiwouldmak enjoyed one day at Jacksonville McDanieL
moved
Griffin' '" 1''. ,' the weekend with the Ovid Ganos near one of them big kitchen. As she put H on the
'the'm Mrs. Effie Johns and son cerned about her gettin' enough know
a choose to
can
,tfherschoolfproperty' w tlatd'ca! ': end' with friends in '3 cls l vUle.'Mr. ( here,i with them for a visit. and Billy Myrick. Freeman, and Mrs. Willie Mae sleep at night. Seems like the get upset person about something or .
"t' Sol nftilli" f Hthelachboll: ; td's'.easel: ,!Now .: and Mrs. Leonard'"'Melton Jerry, Suggs is recuperating at Yvonne Conner spent last Judd visited the 'Oscar Carters planes start takin' off about one not. It's like drinkia beer. I
1Vhat"Of.the ;hefiide'bfithffpicture'that' 'should and family'-of St:-'IMnry's; Ga. home after an operation In Ala- week at Youth Camp. 'Peggy last Saturday night. o'clock in the morning, one don't choose to drink it myself '- v i
were :weekend visitors --at the Conner of Miami is every two minutes for an hour but I don't mind if. other peopled \j
last week. spendingthis \
chua General
Hospital Mr.
be us1nt theft0mm4nityl'gtaveiconcern t., ,: : and Mrs Simeon Phillips and a hail makes an awful ."
home "of 'his'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doshia Prescott the week, with Yvonne. ,
spent : and Miss Debbie of racket.
ajTh8'T5SO'ii! :!' the'l bWbuUdinglin'-towri I that'is Phillips From where I sit, that kindly '
/ }{r.t.r L. L. Melton. .' -
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs.
Mr. and Earl and
Maxvffle
Spencer visited Mrs.
*: : Carrie .Nor Mac asked his mother about it attitude will add ten
to
t aii&hRvaila'ble f }of l'i years
adaptable or:purposes' erect '
Mr.. ndiMrs'' : K. 'B. Watterson Claude Prescott in Starke. children of Savannah, Ga.,'/and man Saturday afternoon.Mrs. bothering her sleep the last her life. ,
t'esW tpogtaht'WChr: ] 41ia I ibeextl'startedt'cm'ta! ( were 'Starke visitors on Friday : Mrs. Edna Haynes and .Mrs. Mrs. G.r M. Zeigler and children Peggy Gaskins and son; time we were! over there. "Yes," r
small scale intt ttrrfal'tttf witrrat: I least 'a' degree last* week.;: '? r-j. ,;u- Fred Wilson (land: son of Gaines- of Miami spent the weekend'with' Randy, and I her mother, Mrs she told him, "They do bother '
succeas for ifcibreMhah, 1'1 :Mr:. 'and :'Mr9J; !Leslie? Compton Mr. and :.Mrs. Neal me. The trouble is they take off
of t y'ear. TheIVsummer : ville were Sunday visitors of the'Guy : Crosby. Hinson of Hampton; spent part so fast I hardly have time to
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rograiiAIa.4rlb&1: putarW: r known'among the of Decatur; Afa.- -"and *their tHarreUs.1! We are' glad to report' that o'f last week with relatives in say a prayer for each out.' t
yolltingfohc! .:(*hhChe 'iiieratingrsurnMer'orwlnrtoIhasntfiadelthdUSalallivel3:; daughter/:'. Mrs.' 'Raymond Smith, Mr. and Mra. Arthur Crews of Mrs. Robert Myrick is' much Improved Valdosta, 'Ga. Mac and I just looked at each 8oe'I.
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also)of Decatur- came 'to Hatplton' Alachua were I of after her illness Louie Roberts other while
: ( : spit for or the closing' day 'bfrthe the M. O. Harrells and Mrs. Bu- and is at home with her family ed Howard Norman last week. >
nights:and'':aftkaotms each week. This recreationprograiat'haV
? revival at Hampton' Baptist lab Harrell. again., ....,. .. .... ... : IU1e ..o ,,the.U,.5 Na- 4 Copyright,1957 United State Brewers ; I
become '>aoi.'iriuch1: 'a part 'of tbeir Chureh-'to' 'hear- ''their' song Bill 4 :., ... -t f.:<'f.-,.,,".,'....<.*... /t". .: '"'!...".;.(1...,- ;.. p.B .;W. ?"4'/r e.f, {; ,. -,'. : ... :'*77: ..);;'.".....k 4'. y'rr .:. -: Foundation I.t ( ., i
.lyve1lthan! lits fendnig-wduldUeavel'a void of pro--- ComPton, as speaker".*They'spent
port wisi that jVotthiibe hard I. to'fill.CtertJalnly Sunday and Monday'1 'with the ,- "

I 1 and Mrs. Bill and ,
Compton son
t
J3i'the School Board' responsibility alone' to
have been staying for the two-
provide a recreation center for the youth and week revival meeting.Mr. 60O'O ;

adults of the community, especially when the and Mrs. D. E. Hill and ; ordings
building in question is unsuited 'for school purposes daughters, and Mr: and 'Mrs.

and money is;needed for additional class- Gene Clouse and family of Brad- srsrf. e'vaat+:."rtnl s.:1,_aLn.ecls r ; .
rooms and other structures. This is not to say, enton are spending' this week at T xit; ,: ,
however, that the School Board should not havea Gold Head Branch 'State Park. ,

stake in recreation facilities and should not REGISTER NOW ,

be willing to share this responsibilty with other FOR Registration CITY ELECTION books are now open s" >rf:,

governmental units and the ,community at large. at Home's Grocery for votersin II rs f research '

Perhaps it is time for some civic-minded groupto the Hampton City Electionon Y :

,j;|aunch a "Save the USO" campaign. Cer- Sept. 10. .

taiiily) it is time for everyone.,in the community Two new voters have already, I ., .' t I

to .iio some serious,'(thinking. .on the subject. ; ''1. ;been added 'to the books!!which.." 'I ... ,. i
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will be there 'until August
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Any who have not previouslyregiStered t. III".
New Fire Protection: ; Unit: : and voted in city ''I .
{ :: S .A- 9 1' f1 t' 'rt-M' r I f a. s 1 'S / d
.y?K Sy.: .rS- } 'AN+N M
: ,;' elections should do so before ,
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The stationing" a-full-time:: forest'ranger1; i in''I'I this deadline, in two wee 1s. .. ,,t I.I ;f

Bradford County marks the beginning of. a new To be eligible to'i vote! injrcity;': I }'':} : ., ,,fi # '
era. in forest fire ''prevention this 'area, and elections, a person must be a : '(+?:;!jf?,S;.7 Z 'reI den''' of the "of Florida'for
: State
one which has been long awaited. Although the : fs:,.
at least one year, and 'a res-.
establishment'of a fire protection unit here ,was ident'of' the
of
city Hamptonfor ...
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defeated at the polls in several past elections, at least six months. tl I'L' ;: : :k p. f
the, people at last, came to recognize the worthof '" ...., f- "';
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this and approved the .YYYT..TTTTYyy I
program measure by ;' ( S'rf .a. ; s f2.t: t3.rww0? A ;
a substantial vote last year. > 1 *flBROOKER s, aM? ',": ,,(., r,. 4 S4..

Although' the total l operating budget of the i ;
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unit will be $28,000 annually, the cost to the ...;:: 'f(<...ViP:: < >"'i i"A :j
county will be only approximately $3,990 of this By Jlrs. Joyce .Castlenr.YYYTY.YYYYYYYYTYYYTTT :..:,. : ?(.f..:;. I

amount. We feet that the' unit will be worth to v e }t E .r rt i j r. .1. .,

the county many, many times this negligible Bridal" Shower .. ., !

cost. Fire protection will increase timber growth The Brooker Civic banter Was l..>, .lj.,...'.. ....,. !
and'give the landowners more cash per acre for the scene of a lovely bridal shower .::.:j ,
their timber. This in turn will benefit store own' hi honor of Mrs. Polly Anne A ,iI ;,. r. ..A:. r.., L. +ILII ; :} :.
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ers; filling station operators, arid business men Wait Cornwall last Tuesday- ,

in general by bringing larger payolls into the ning. The long service, table'was I II

county. Largely due to' the ravages of fire the covered with a lace cloth and in : '
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average'growth per acre per year on unprotectedtimberlands' the encircled center was with a large angel :{punch fern bowl and I I I Wit rn ons Won'aerr i

is only 35 'board feet.' It has been white roses. Other flower arrange-.

proven that fire protection !alone can raise the mento were used throughout the j 1

average to 175 board feet per acre per year 'once room. The bride and her mother,

the land has had a chance to recover from years. Mrs Howard Wait, were each
of burning. presented with, a lovely corsage. I

The new county ranger Glenn R. lewis, is i Green Katherine Harrell and 'Shirley ( I I !

asking the cooperation of the people of the coup and kept greeted the bride's guests book.at the Several door .

ty in that they notify him when planning controlled games were played during the

burning of woodsland. If notified, the evening with a prize being won
ranger will be glad to provide "stand by" serviceto by Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. A prize

'make sure that the fire does not get kout of was also given to Mrs Dave .,, I

hand. Until the headquarters;: is established' her, Green for.being married the great

the ranger may be 'contacted by calling the Sat- est number of years, and to Mrs : I :
Aubrey Hazen
for z-
the shortest -
suma Tower, phone 2921. number of years.

After opening* her'
manyiovelgifts

Hail. ; The Boiled/ Peanut, ,! guests for enjoyed display,refreshments the honoree served and .' ,


'At last the lowly boiled peanut is coining the buffet style. Hostesses' for .
evening were Misses Annette .
into ifs own. Green, Katherine. Harrell. Shirley t tj. .

It has been recognized and dignified by Green, Mrs. Edward Clark, arid; -j.;': =1 ft':!. / j I Ii
having a bill for its special benefit introducedin Joyce Castlen. .. $7950
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Congress' and guided to passage by Congressman lIDO MeetingThe ... r': ('';.!.:'.,. .i.. :$ .'. .
Billy Matthews. Brooker Home Demonstration r

Now that the "bUed) pinder" lias been Club was host to the Brad j' .. 1 1f.3A ,I
publicized : ford (\ .... .....,. .... ...., .
County Council on Tuesday, I:: r Y1.1' "':>oL.
recognized and duly inscribed on the :7 :-- .. t .;
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July 30, at the Civic Center.. -
pagfS'-of the Congressional Record; perhaps our morning session? was devoted The to :.For the first. time: science has' fully, explored ,sleep,--and f

Northern Brethren some of whom actually reach business, after which a covered ':.: shown the 'way to better rest.. For 11 years people lik you,

full maturity :without ,enjoying the exquisiteepicurean dish luncheon was enjoyed.The -, went' to sleep i in laboratory r 'sleep rooms. All leading types of

experience of nibbling this nutricious afternoon session was turn- : .s ".' mattresses. were. rotated, through the rooms, i ,.
nugget of nectar, will wake up :and find out ed over to the 4-H girls who told ./ lrSensitive'electronic ;; 'l..r.
what they have been missing, of their interesting trip to the i ': equipment, recorded, their heart! : beats,
\Ye still have memories of unsuspecting short course in Tallahassee. ;; : brain :: .wares; skin temperatures' : and ,muscular tension. Over

New England The Council meeting ,for October .' 60,000,000 separate;: recordings were: made, ; ...." "" I
troops stationed at Bland- .
Camp .
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will be held at the / l/i11- ;! -'/tt i"' ;
hig'early' in World War II/:baying peanuts from Farm. State :: 'The. findings Beautyrest gave longer periods of sounder ..JI. "i u... .

barefoot vendors along Call Street,- thinking, Neil Hazen ,went to Macclenny .' .deeper, ',,unbroken sleep. .. ., Recorded 1. Ihl f heart .beats showed. sounder sleep on.
of course, that they were the familiar YanJceestylp for a :{physical check-up last week. ff t- -f'; u*- **; :r _
} "parched" variety. Imagine their surprise Mrs. Lee Green and Mrs. La- Why? Beautyrest Is madedifferently. Its springsaresejia- Beautyrest. Research conducted at the United

when they\ bit: through the hull to the soft-boil 'dora Bryant of .Gainesv le were ,, ':,. rate -. adjust to each part 'of your body to :Jive you proper '/ j.h!h... .. .' "" -- f .

ed nut' and got. a trickle of salty water down dinner guests of the Aubrey Haz- '., ;' -- comfortable, ,. support..You sleep. relaxed -. awake refreshed! States, Testing.Co. using'DJethods developed by :

their} chin! Most of them threw the whole bag ens Mrand last Friday.Mrs. .-, ., the Sleep 'Research Foundation. :, I
of peanuts> .away,. thinking they were -"spoil- family Ralph Nettles and .... .,;, *"- .3 ;'
spent the last

hate eoY and been totally in store ignorant if they of the had blisS that would few House at Oklawaha and Lake two weeks Weir,. IlltsAF. ,:. a ct.Yo 'C iDoBett rAt'" f fDenmark ." ',., .; ', .- ; ,.i..::?' r" :'

cracked a' guests while there were :: ,-, t :11 '
shells and how Mr. and Mrs. S. '1Sessions \ ,: ;", ..:
more learned 'to' gobble the. of .
gocmere without getting a mouthful of briny Wauchula and Mr. and Mrs Paul ) Furniture Co of Starke J/ t
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water. -I'" Cruch. and and family of Lakeland.Mr. ... ';. 'r- '. ;. ., ,
: At any rate, here's wishing Congressman' Mrs Lloyd Barry and '" ..t # ';;, ,- .
Mrs. Mattie'Barry 434 W. Call St.FREE PELIVtRY PhonelSl 7 "l' : :: "
well with spent the .. = ,_
Matthews his.! boiled peanut bill 'W e weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C J. 1''::. .. ..,' do- ,'" f w .
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like 'em too .Crews in Jacksonville. The Barrys -


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> iff tiff MTTyTTTTfT1MAXVILLE,.,. with them; fered weandj ctf.the: Q ead, d>d I I ily enjoyed Wp-tyr.Jacksonville' K stir ;dowa, ; ,the,-.weeds:Jon:. i their IN"HE .- iE'. rTm'is-r: ri .1eIIS7t11fA'-=ffmiD' 9$-'1 Call-'DO'Z98UCV--'T-flte. IMWJ-=Bear)
COMMISSION 8Ubject -' for hunting bogs subsequent t
i VfATERjFJSH )
Mr.'and.Mrs-Theron, Groves of knee. Her car was torn up pretty Beach Monday pastures. Anderson says;' "It I OF To Fannie FLORIPAa?Pttlni'el',' jortk .Silver to being killed as such in ace November lt,57. Ji :.11 ,J". t
Macclenny_ visited with Mr: .and badly, however she:and John Most Mrs. Bob Kofrinson, June '-Hig* 3.erosL agf if, mowing make the i Larie 'SilDBeHand ')fa a husetts.. rdance_ *F*'\ Game Conrmissloo 4KMORY BOARD", .. ; .

Mr.;.- Dan .Groves Sunday after- ley left -TUeedajr. morning., to .go ginbotham; Paul Stanley Char- ..!1'ass.: grow faster,twa 6-mowed suit You iaequttySordivorcehas are hereby notified: that been a gulations.. a j TATK OUJfJfWwiwA.Ey .

Bj Iln. C. B. Nolan titer it and get it fixed. Mrs. lea and Darlene Garret visited one time last'year and this year filed against you -by Frank .D. (Claimants will obtain' passes at : RALPH.: W. CPUPER, Jit.
noon.We Ottinger In the above named the main-gate ta CAMP BLANDING Colons CEo PNQ i
that Ed Waters .cut Parrish'lId they were lucky not we have a much better et"-I. 1
regret withiMr. 'pasture. nkrtermsat
A i AAAiAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAMr land>Jtrso eerre\"Jobnt Court and cause, and.you' are sum t enter upon the Reservation fort State.
his finger pretty badly Friday to have been snake bitten. They iom and tfaini ntnuJat tisolttftleMondayrl About one more, ,mowing this nioned. .prd red' and :jreuuired" t purpose '
and Mrs. aw six rattlesnakes while in year should tile your 'written answer1 or defenses ovidc- ir: $ftgs.Jyo permission]r It "..4*
Jessie Williamson, while working at Griffis Bros. taraiiy m JackiliAlie(. get most of ,the to the Complaint -fet said .,
new. managers of the J&B Truck grocery store. A Macclenny doctor Sneads. 3tMil3 and Mrs. Antone Sealand- .Weeds .in 'our "pasture,." Mowing cause Jl-the; cf flee of"the .und r- .
Clerk of said Court'at .
signed
Stop and their young son have had to put five stitches in it. Edwin Edentield recently sprain- erY.and.1mny. ohBaltiJnt.fre.t.KilJdw'n1 :gives' .the permanent pasture tatke, 'Florida.:; on .or beforei'the --

moved into the Crosby home here Mrs. Fannie Griffis had as Sunday "!d'his arm'while working In'Jaek- idsday'' night for); rJfiami : grasses more growing': room, 9th day of September, A.D.. 1351: ON YOUR NEXT

from Jacksonville. dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. sonville and has 'been unable to after l r.t vUt henkt with MMiasdMrs. which, will help ;establish a pasture and Hollis to V.serve Knight a'copy, piaintilfs thereof 'at.on*

'Mr. and Mrs. Claude Green. Mr. Guy Frigo and daughters of Jacksonville work for awhile. : Dosa 'MisfiabothMi and 'faster.' torney. whose address is Starke lJij\ )
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Florida on or before' said 1 date I
and Mrs. Franklin Bell and famIly Mr. and Mrs! Millard Mr.and Mrs. 'Edward Edenfieldand i mily: Mi-j .VMqi :.->J as required by the Laws ,of Florida JOll
St. Edward'
Church and Rules of If
Court
Strickland and family and'K ren daughter of Jacksonville are you
and Mr. and Mr*. Joe' Lucas i--Mr/ and Mrs. Bud Mosley of, faU'10 do'so, a decree pro 'con-
end ,family had a picnic dinner at ,Sharon. and Diana Sue Griffis. s.at-9:13: a..m." fessQ. will be entered agajnet you

Hampton Lake last Sunday and Mrs. Catherine 1.e Blackburn and ence Parrish while. she it. eonvl- t .! Dd.Nt.c1aDgJatet. '. ,Holy day,masses,,6:30.8..II9. and Complaint.for the relief" demanded.. In. .'the t For

enjoyed swimming ..boat riding children 'Jacksonville' are' spend-: ?scing. 1Ir.1&Ddl Mrs- Harry; Padget and 8:30.. m.: ... This notice shall be publishedonce Free..

and water.skiing.? ?, ing'a few' days"with Mrs. Black A peanut boiling was enjoyed fimf17.> 'OI Mohday I Mts.1 :;Padgeticaried. CbOdren's Catechism tens each weeks a in week the for Bradford four consecutlye.. County* -

Friends I I burn's,parents, Mr.,:and..Mrs.,.Co.- .at the home of'Mr. and'.Mrs.'EL .them '.. Q-i the doctor.jt/-tt Wednesday, at.\J:15.p\ m.. Telegraph. EslimalesPhone
of Mrs Florence Harris I
WITNESS band the seal
and
my
Ion Caldwell. t ,f.y.t.nh" t"lrht.
D. I
will regret to,Jeaw i tha she isn't'lable Higglnbotham. Guests" from :tiGeflerrSculley now stationed of said "Courtp at Statke, .
to be up'out of bed yet?however ': Air Intruder visited* at'tl-..*. home but ,of town enjoying thishere drear at.-Part ;.Island,..:S.-J--CU wUhviihi\ (At St. WiJI'f.! .b: ,\1) the Sth day- of.. *Florida.this '- '.
,, ia'li&f Mr. and Mrs H. Sweat U. (Follow.. "'Ii\1: 1 lonih to'. St.William's 1957. I ..
she sits'ttp'a'little"Little : of Mr. and-Mrs D B- Griff A. & ?Marmes.i v h '>>- (CIRCUIT CO URT SEAL '

Friday} v.night.! Mrs. heath! Kir. and Mrs. Farley Rhoden anDaughter < :. Wilkinson andMitGiIb4rtiBrowagaYea ?l inj ( CHA HLES-. DARBY 493-J .
:Miss Caroljp1 ftlH';{ t Sunday Mass 0< ... .1 .-,
kirioiitf!tIn the chicken house and' ,and Mr. and Mil.Re< : :: picnic & TU Clerk of said Circuit Court :- '

Middleburg spent several days went put with the flashfghtdsee |\ of Blackwell of Macclenny.. ., Del .blrtMayiparty. for littlft..Jim-= Holy day masses. .7 :20: a. m.I'M. By Marian-' .L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.. RESIDENTIAL='eO
last weekwith MruanttDfrsi3Dad f ; -' tnrp ,
Masses. 8-9
-what'Jft'was. A lhadJa' fStlc Club mid anAHariret-Dett'and -41-830OTICE '" -- '
possun i i ;Sherry REPAfiSI"UKS 'tf EK tAL; ..
Groves and daughtetj.Rer...Lester hen by the neck) eating ''away' '' The Maxville Civic Club mel Brown?ah the?creek on*Sunday,. t. rirntit <'curt. ,. Bradford 'CcniatT. \ TO HOG OWNERS :

Taggart enjoyed Sunday dinner She ran back into the house for Friday night Aug. 2, for regular July."26i;About, tl6.enjoyed tbir.occasion. 1 Florida, fn .( Baprrrr.fASR ALL PERSONS who claim ta have

XOTICK OF nT.TIOYTO Mr. Griffis and the gun. In the business and election of officers.. e *. .'* .. FRANK. D. OTTINGER.' XO. 12.301 hogs ranging on the CAMP
BLANDING MILITARY RESER-
REGISTER: FICTITIOUS: NAME meantime the unwelcome guest Elected were: Joe Lucas, president Mr.. and Mrs. ,C. .E. WilkinsonJr. vs.FANNIE. PlaIntiff. VATION wilt reraovr said begs J WOMAS![
Notice Is hereby given that the ; Earl Canon, vice. .. : prior to 15 November 1957,,AH'Tiogs = &MOOHJ
undersigned under the provisions slipped quietly away. We need president; and family and Mr. and Mrs. :OTTfNGER. within the limits of CAMP ELAND- : .
Of Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida. to get our correspondent. Mrs. Mrs. C. B. Nolan, second vice Wilbur Wilkinson and son carried 1 c'en
Acts Clerk of.of.1941.the will Circuit register Court.with In and the Strickland, to give us a few lese president: Mrs. Joe Lucas, secre- some friends to Stirckland'sLanding NOTICE. TO DEPEND been-declared WILD GAME >y. .the: :. : __ ___=,...... ,__

for Bradford County, Florida upon sons on capturing the possums'Mr. tary; ,Mrs. Henry Griffis, treasurer Saturday night ona L

. receipt this notice of proof the fictitious of publication name of of and Mrs., Jimmie Lewis _of ; and Mrs., F. B. Coleman,..chap- weiner;:roast; PIM .. <" ."t, W" .t A L .. ... 4 ...4 .. I -4. .T..' r r .r I -to ... ". ..* t, 4 *.w1

, Desert bsle l Motel under which weArtengaged Miami were dinnerguests of Mr. lain. Plans are'being made for a 'Mrj and.Mrs. Charles S hme- "Super-Right" Western Corn-Fed Half Whole"SuperRight"
in business at Lawtey. or
( Florida. and Mrs. Sidney Harris and fam- covered, dish supper in the near his and Mr.and.,. 'Mrs. 'Lyle
Albert Sappenfleld and Ruby fly .Sunday. future; also plans to hold'skatingparties Schmehls and daughter of Jacksonville 4. _
Sappenfield Fla.
I Elroy Kight* Lawtey and Cecil ,Klght. Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Godwinof at the club.The time.be .will -visited- Saturday' after

Lawtey Fla. Lakeland visited Sunday* with ,posted on the civic< club> door noon i with Mr and Mrs: Buford

A.D.Dated, 1957 this at.:2nd! Stark: day*it,9f Bradford August Mr. God"in"s. parents! Mr', and The faculty.of the Bible School, Higginbotham. ,.> -t

County, Florida. :. .J'. which will be held at the Max pORK 4
1 84t '8/25 Mrs Jim Godwin. and J,also with Mr 'and' rMrs. James Waters LE11II1i'
Mr. and. Mrs Sidney. Harris and d vilfe'Baptist Church beginning the and family, Elmer Higginbotham

h family we k of August' 19, met Sunday! of I Lawtey and] Jo Ann Crawford

"'\t _m Mrs. Florence Parrish and Mrs afternon at the church to receiv of Tampa i visited Sunday' with :

UTA'i Frances. Adams left 'last Mondayfor their materials and complete,theirplans. Mr. and Mrs.. Buford' Higgin .

a week's visit with her brother. botham. i i ii
j.
Center
i t ,M(.-,and jMrsi ,C, B., Nolan ancsohsland Cut _
p'aa !itsttr; ll- aw' :;M ; RM111rr; : i.e. r. !"' >
':rd fi cs''h hsll fit j meads!'ni 'visit l PattyParrish"went.'to' .'W".WTTT'Y.T.W .TTTTTT 1, : I

ftKEf't: ended abruptly, however, as Mrs Palatka last Tuesday to visit MrsNolan's t PORK ; Afl

Parrish's brakes failed on -Tuesday aunt Mrs. H. R Carmen GRAHAM .

i forT .: : as she-was: driving ,downhill a who has'been quite ill and a pa .. Lb

T symptomatic : and the car hit a tree. She 1 is tient m the. Glendale hospital .
Mr John CHOPSI.
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666 suffering from a broken arm, While there they also visited Mrs McKInneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. :

(' RELIEF broken nose, bruises on her chest, 'Nolan's.mother, Mrs. W. A. Can .
knee and head. Mrs. Adams non and H. R. Carmen.
I sufALVAREZ' -
I "Mrs. M.'
.L We are glad that_ Mrs._ n_ _Ernest_n_..., _.'u_ __F.__< Griffin_ .'of. Gaines- 1B'59c 5-Iju
vUle spent cram tfiaay until
: Wellhausenj is home from the! Tuesday with Mrs Euilla Rob- w
>
' STORE l\len'a.Clothing 'Bradford County hospital and I .. .. ,

Establishecl'184. seems to be getting along better. erts.Air.. and Mrs. W. L. Young- : '..:- : ;; : : : !.
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C. B. Nolan and sons visited blood of 'Tampa spent Saturday 1 4 t NEW COW-PRICEI' A&P" .B.RANQ

I Sunday afternoon at Ocean,Pond night with, his brother-in.law. and SEEDLESSSHVaMiifS .... '

That's Our BusinessIf Lake Butler and Starke. sister, Mrl: and, Mrs, John'. Me-. WESTERN WHITE .caS .
Mrs. children I INSTANT
J. C. Nolan and Kinney j' :i"

It's Glass 'We Have IU! visited in Jacksonville last Wed Vincent McKinney spent Sat- .. .. t 'f I," '. ..

IU,11."cALL WRITE or VISIT"1. l1esday.wilbullr8.tt Arthur-i Wilkinson ,: .l'daXtli)4twlthC. ; arhslijrardof l GkA' I-
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and Mrs. Ed Harris and fan Waldo.' '
:
'' ily.Mrs. This community was saddenedto \ ; .
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JoefeteMFcfefANI S$, Co. H. A. Sweat of Mac lenny learn of the death of BillieofJHaraptori ''oj cOFFEE

is spending sometime S .F ait3 Ilso I ; 'J 1 ,
wiUtiiMn Tf 1,4 I th.4 i
:[ I
; .JGI&SS .rfEEp and Mrs. E. D.. HigginboffSja t 4] .. 1 ; h. : tf t .. ':Rmr' r'P: !t'Ytnrtlr! 9E;. ; tili!I'' I
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We :Design' Mwlere; StcrejFrontsJijst tending the children while M :; th ; ;t .. d l'! till t r TohplM&4 \'anw ; f' i [iihi! ttHi; .tiir! .: 1

Mail .W.::::A"'Patt. ; t!fQr' Higginbotham is working in JJ $1 ". kR'd!1with j{ JiP,tn"l"tH' '' ttdays;;::" ":.. ist..... I : { { C. t I AI__! .' ,., .

'n' /... ,. Table Tops F' sonville. K' t a l IV' 1.': 7e.ck \ :;; _.' ... ; .
\ < 4 t. \i' ,J 2oz. JAR 6-oz; MR $ 75'
,Claude North of :'Jt ::1 :tt.. .
Jacksonville -
J 1313 \y..4th PL Gainesville Phone FIt: 2-4333 : 1< 45c 1 1r
Fia. spent Monday and Monday nigh 3lra;3Bill Underwood acid lS.L ." r ff Ji 4.. 1.'. .: IH.IB ?

I I. uiIiHagan.' ''L, e A (1 rIfiy ::, .;. ,
i'CU' Vrjttl! ,,) his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A' .. ,
,
ieettiAyiting ,
> < : the McKinaeys fast 1"" : \ I '
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John?.North.JiVvand ffiday . rft ti. .: ..;.. '" r. ,
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ANOTHER ; Mrs. John North and .,.t are t;!lada :.to t t "' 11ffl4 ..'t tot i .
1958 MODEL CHOICE :: fbjt L gr \ JANE:PARKER .. .
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family attended a' family reunion Rtb t".i"'t '"iome..> tterJ thiatiaeMs : I !I. < ,....-:" :. :t.-. :"
i
: t ,for< the:..North family in Green ;: !lr\-r'?.hepe'ihe'Viil> con.tiltjlnprolie. : .. ; : : .
I PHILCO TELEVISION Cove: Springs Sunday. Little Miss .*- ; :
(1,1. : jfi : ,>w.4 '.t '
'
Sharon Sacks of Silver' Springs asS
POTATO
African Striped Mahogany "Finish with: Bronze Md. returned home with them.for I CHIPS ; >: :

Trim Swivel Base a visit ... '::t .. I

Mr. and Mrs Marion :CAROLINA ELBERTA
I Higgin! ;
: .... ,
-
botham of '
Macclenny were dinner SPECIAL

guests ,of Mr. and Mra Dan Par- r :' .. : J '
.
C
rish Sunday. '
1 1y Mrs. Bill Robinson and daugh p' 12

t gw* f ft ter. Marcia, and Mrs. Dorothy S1B1Iii .eac. es FULLOUNCES'

,I Waters ,and family visited with 'I .

,.Mrs- Waters' parents, Mr.. .and 4 ,, : .
Soil
Mrs. A. L.; Rehberg, at Earleton Conservation

F Lii Beach Sunday afternoon. N E .'W 'S C .

The. .,.t Lawtey. baseball... .team- won 1.By I >

anothec'game''from''; ; Maxvfile'kiMaxvillk ,< ,wnComplete Hu"f.; :. :SPECIAL I I toI. Green Giant

; .l last, Si>hday They ,wfll 8eb. VeJlll n.aucnr' lervlce '

;,,.. ..slay: amin:,.in Lawtey on Sunday, I. ....b?::,....!. .
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soil i( and; conservation ; """ -.' ..
Aug lj.- rV %> farm ? B.,;.)('. '., 1U PEAS 2 35'
j plans were., .. .
: ,,
i ri'! J? ,' .Mr. :Dorothy .Waters and children pared> for U/S:Rhoden and Marin pre-- ,.b. "''r. FOR .
1 last '
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Waited in Jacksonville .,.. ,. '
1: { t A>Paulson. 'Th etr' ; : of. ,
farms are -
t tJ .K ? Thurs| Y-with Mr.: and Mrs. located hi the Long Bridge see-- EI '. No. 3f0 J can t ta' a n It .

.Bill R berspn and daughter. t ion..'Rhpden, is f ....
d keeping
$.' Jar.$? Waters .of Jacksonville his land most -ef .. ,.> '. 'I -J ,. .. .

J i. had dinner with his mothfr' 'ome of therecotimendatfonsin for> timber production. Big' li.uyA"! Pure Fruit
; Page
: Waters p inson
r .Mrs. jjorothy ,,, and fam- his. farm planxate.firebreaksconstruction { '
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fly S nday., .to.. i : M i ffc sff Req.J erica)
wildfiredamage
i Alvin Owens Is spending .awhile prevent! \
It ii; / and planting. that
1
open
; with his father, James area, to lash PLUM :c
i pine.Martin (Tinny PRESERYEQ .
Owens, in Sneads.
1 ) Paulson Is- going; to esta- R
Mr. .and Mrs. ,H. E. Griffis blish .
I '8 !soil building, program "
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had as their guests Sunday, Mr. I
with 5
4
the use pf Giant Striata G3iRs 4<< "v ter
and Mrs. Leon Wainwright and
t'IrIvTI' Cretajaria and Hairy Indigo, -
!. I ; It .. children of, Jacksonville. Their planted at'the last cultivation '
children Dottie Sue and'Robert, his- .. IONA BRANDTOMATOES ; ;
crops for. a' summer cover I J NE': PARKERLUSCIOUSChoice ;
have remained for a visit. trop, and Blue Lupine for winter .
M. L. Wilkes.and grandmother :over. ,After
< around
walking
the
Wilkes Tampa* visited Satur- farm. we. stopped'in the shade of I DR .
I BlUEBERRY '
day with Mr. Wilkes' daughter, an;: oak, tree to discuss his complete i,
Mary: 'and "M!': i.1d.llrs..H .E.: farm plan.. Tinny remarked I SPEACNPIEg
I SIZE
Griffis. GIANT i No. 303
,
thathe'was'go gto'do, some ,
: :" 'P "" : .. ; that- Mr.and" .
: We to.hear
are glad
-- timber .
;::; ,,," stand improvement 'in j
;: : Jj''j.
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;' \ 1-:; ;; .t. '. ,Mrs. ,Bobby Codwins baby iis> woodlaniLr By cutting oflt'theladesirahle c' for

WITIlFALLStaiBright m ;FL T1JR.E. ,.. '. f daughter is, .improvingafter 'a 'trees the >pine: trees .53' l 13C .. \... "-. -4 ... ..
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,
recent 'illness. '
t get'more. 'IOUs' .
will .
: -light 'which 'AilHlb 1 Binch.
; ;20-20 AluminizediPictureLtTttbe
Billiard t
'Mr. and-Mrs. Charile I "
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k > Vl", .r cnase.thelr'growing'ability. The r" 't 49
'' and Mr. and Mrs. Manual Milliard soil Conservation Service is help-; JIM DANDY' : .
Top Front Tuning, .* ANN! .fA.cr I Each
.and
-"M ** of .Jacksonville Johnny: '. .
.t "t* -- \:; .-" S-; v ing folks take stock of the soil f'o" I .
... and Clause Hilliard .visited'' Sun and : < _," .
New'Deluxe;] ut.Switch'userr: ; ; water resources of1 their Quick Cooking STRAWBERRY.PRESERVES -
.
\Sf... day with lr.rand .1rs..H:, E. farms.' Gives them a mapof .
'r ; .' -. Jane Parker wa# */- JE
Acoustical Lfens-Speaker Griffis. .Iced'SPANISH -
their farms made on an aerial .
.
Rev. Edward Jones and familyof photograph, showing kind of soil GRtT5
,
Jacksonville and 1ft. 'and Mrs. slope;. and other: damaging soilproblems. '
yOUR OLD WILL BRING UP TO '
TV Kyle Cannon'' and daughter were .. It.shows the capabilityof ; .Th'H H .

: : dinner guests of }.II'. and r -Mrs.. -
$110.00 ON TRADE IN their'land and helps them decide -

Bootaie Cannon 'and' family Sun. how: 'they best can use the 1. : .S1113c :25c: : .. ... ... ,
1
: 1-2-oz. .
day.Mr. land and how they should treat 1 .
i and Mrs. Doss 'Higginbotham -- it .

.. 'and daughters;; Mrs" H: R Harold Norman used the Dis j ', ,. J !I 'BAR CAKE

C. H. NASWORTHYt Kilgore fad family, '}{rr and trict's grain' drill to 'plant Ses- ]. '
Juuaat Kvuen /OO/ Wanre..WKl us '
Mrs. Bob Robinson; Mr and 111'$. banla for a cover crop on Ms I I Raisin Rich Sp/cy-,

t i Antone Sealander and family, .vegetable lawL- Nookie 'Wain 29c'1j
1 i 1
Supplies Mr. and 'Mrs. Bert HiRgmbothara wright has been "using the drill: / I Ib !

and ''family and Darlene, "PaulStanley to'.plant CTotalaria.and peas but,

FOR 18 YEARS YOUR PHILCO DEALER and Charles. Garrett .ea- got 'too wet to finish planting:; -.} ..Itd2 ti>?attt:>uoewart.i. j

jdyed a picnic 'outing at Strick Doyte Conner ?J. S_ Eunice Jr,!) S't t, 3.t Prices in this 'ad effective through

310 E L.ALL ST. STARKE.FLA.. land's '''Landing StWl y. Gorg Anderson; Icon 'Conner,.i; Stark*,, FlorM*: I.. .,. t r Saturday, August 10, 1957

\ -Mt. BotC'Robinaoii aaiiUr.. jin 0 John Dukes .laA Majrin. .RP-S'lrn ,. '3 *.. \ P. _

_._ ,, Mrs. ADtooe.'Sesl4nderan4- : i: I.- used., the. District's rotary; mowers L,
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r & Madison, Street Baptist : Country Music, :Star, Slim Whitman School Board I District GovernorTo

WMU Holds Meeting. CitaxRoll"i

To 'Sing For Middleburg's Fire Truck Boncllssue Visit
The Madison Street Baptist I Eyes ; Rotary

Mill: held their luncheon and Hiked $248 430
I Middleburg needs a fire truck, -
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program meeting at the home, of Club Next
I and Slim Whitma ,. smooth singer Week/ '
Mrs. Levy Canova on Tuesday. : The City Council'Tuesday
night
I er country-tol tunes, is going 'The Board indicated intentionsfor

Gkdya Moot? Following a covered dish lunca- .to 'see 'what he can J do about it. going ahead with construction approved its ad-valorem tax roll

.._ __ eon, Mrs. H. A. Lawson, president, for the fiscal
$ t- --- -,_.-. One thing he can do-.., he can of the new school as they new year which
presided over the business meet- sing' 'and Slim is' going to do ig discussed sites and specific problems shows an increase of $248,434 in I -

I JonesMerrittMr. Dorothy Lou Griffis ing.votional.: Rev. J.H. Mabry gave the de-, just that this Saturday night which would be broughton taxable property.No r"I ,

Weds In JacksonvilleMarcus (Aug. 10)) in the Middleburgschool by the project: one appeared to protest

Taking part on the pl<>gram stadium at, '8:30: o'clock. Morgan suggested that a six about the new .assessments.The -$ i _

W...Griffis of Jacksonville entitled "Giving the Water of Life In fact, the handsome, six-foot classroom program instead of .total taxable ,property on __ _

announces the marriage of in Europe" were Mrs. N. S..Dank recording star, Is "so sold on the entire 12 classrooms be undertaken the, roll which. was prepared by

his youngest' sister. Dorothy Lou l. Mrs.. Matt Morgan Mrs. A. Middleburg's needs that he's assembled w; & :at first He proposedthat County Tax; Assessor Gene Long

: to Geary D. Scanlan, son of Mr. J. Thomas Sr., and 'Mrs. S. E. an entire show for saturday : building: of :a,cafeteria be in 'an agreement with, the city is
Prr4
and'frs.; Harold Scanlan of Miles Sparks., which will include John F \ .z. 4- postponed until the final rooms 2599026. Last.year ;this figurewas .

City Montana, on July 27 at 4 p ny Tillotson of the,Toby Dowdy s'rk are 'added; with the students $2,350.952. j

m. in the. First Methodist Churchof Pack 307 Enjoys gang, and Ken Clark and hid '1 :_"\ : 7' *": transported' to the present elementary The value of,exempt pronerty

Jacksonville.The Picnic At Lake Merry Mountain Boys originallyof S 'cafeteria for the' noon in the'city, amounts $1,833,330,

t4w bride wore a white eyelet Nashville, Tenn. 41:' meah' an increase 'of 91,730 over last

; W2.J'11h4i. ballerina-length gown with a satin Members of Cub Pack 307, Slim, who is just 'back from'triumphal a ''Member Thornton Johns questioned year.

cummerbund accenting the waist- sponsored by the First Presby- tour of England, in- whether' thiS' would be asatisfactory ; 'In' other action. the 'Council

lin ". Her veil of illusion was attached terian Church, enjoyed a picnic cluding two week's at'London'sfamous arrangement and agreed.to place two,hour'parking
to a tiara of embroideredseed variety house, the pan :
Morgan replied th i.might not meters'
supper at the Montgomery Conference 1 on both sides of Thompson
pearls, and she carried a Center on Crystal Lake dium, is donating his services sothat be ,satisfactory but it probably. street where one'hour'meters art

bouquet of white frenched car- Wednesday ,afternoon. the entire proceeds from would be necessary. now installed.
I nations. the open air show will go to the

After participating in activitiesat Middleburg,Civic Club for use in ? ----- I Work ,on a ,$15,000 remodeling The Council directed crews to
Mrs. Barbara Bendgen. matronof project on the home economicsroom i' ,
the facilities the conference its No. 1 current project the homesick ''sailors "I began to carry out some of the street i Henry W. Dew Governor of
& honor, wore a yellow gown and at BHS began last week
center, the boys and their families of fire truck' for the marking decisions they have madein
carried a bouquet of white car- purchass a think' I could sing a littie, is the 694th District of Rotary In-
and bids for material were open- recent sessions, 'the
in including
in
joined
taking part a picnic heretofore
unprotected village. the Slim it
-- nations backed with net. way puts ternational will his otticial
.-' yellow ed at the meeting Friday. This of pay
supper. is Slim interested in removal a no left turn sign at
Why so
Henry Billert Jr. of Rockford. After the war ended he wentto project had been given verbal the visit, to the Rotary Club of
and Mrs. Richard Jonesof Cubmaster Ray Taylor announ- a fire truck f Middleburg? intersection of Walnut ,and
111.: was best man. work with a shipyard in Tampa -
approval by' the state officialsand Starke on Wednesday Aug. 14.
Macclenny announce the en- ced that regular den and pack Well, he's a property owner there but Call streets.
A followed at the two years later his job at the' of the He, will address. the club
was its
reception put top at
,
gagement and approaching mar- meetings will Plats
begin after 1. the for
Sept. and knows, of course that ended when the dosed another unit in the
home of the bride's brother and shipyard priority list so that official sanc- regular luncheon
noon
meeting ;
riage of their daughter, Loretta ,
next home to burn might be his for want 'of orders. Slim Saratoga Heights subdivision and
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mar- and tion could be definitely obtained.In and will confer with the
\
Frances, to Ralph Franklin for presi- \
Methodist Circles own. Besides, he likes the town of his workmates Butler Court off of Alton road
Griffis 3567 St some formed other action the Board vot- J. Thomas Jr. and
Merritt,'son of Mrs. Nan Merritt cus Rayford dent A. other r
and its people and his neighborsandwantsto'dobls were approved by the Council.
a band with Slim as the vocalist ed to have the school architect officers and committee ,
Mr. and Mrs. Scanlan will reside chairmen
and the late, Frank M. Merritt ofXrong
> Circle I, of the First Methodist part in putdlddleburg The Council voted to have the
at 2615 Orchard St They managed' to get them- examine the roof of the Lawtey at a club assembly. following the1
,
Bridge. i WSCS met Tuesday morning at tog ) beck: on the selves booked for a 'series of city hall sign repainted 'and lettering -
1 Junior High School so 'that luncheon hour.
.
'
The weddlrg! will take place < the home of Mrs. T: T. Long map." He realizes that some programs on a Tampa radio sta- printed on a new glass door
I specifications can be preparedfor ,
at 3 p., m. on August 25 at; the ''I Starke Social Club with Mrs. L. D. Vining c -host- form of' fire protection is a tion. Eight months from the bids for renovation work 'on in the City Hall., Mr; Dew is.a member and

; Johnstown Baptist ,Church. No Holds Lake Picnic must if the town, is going to at- time of his first song on r the air It. past 'president of the Jacksonville -

,".t.",' ,''! Invitations are-being sent, but ess.Mrs.., H. H. Adams, ,coChairman tract' new home owners and he was signed ton RCA'Victor 1st Baptist Bible: ; 'Rotary Chili' and was elect.

all friends of the couple are in- Members of the Starve\ Social I presided in the absence of businesses. recording contract, "Whichdidn't A special meeting of 'the" Board 'School To Continue ed,as a district governor at Rotary's -
will be held Aug. 17 to '
on '
open
\'Ued. 11 aDUt. Club enjoyed a picnic at Strick- the chairman, Mrs. E. L. Mat. iavthg just returned; from his make either 'of'us rich" moving1 the i 48th' International Con-
bids' on ,the ,job of
vention in 'Lu errte. Switzerlandlast
land's afternoon.The thews. Miss Amy Coburn English tour, Slim is spendingthe I Vacation Bible ,
Landing Tuesday gave says S'n., School at the
..
.jSwim SlatedBy' Heilbronn, 1: school, building to 'May. 'He Is one of 249 district
; ''Party group met at the First Presbyterian an interesting devotional on summer with his'wife and Early in'- 1952'Sliin moved over Starke. J First, Baptist ,Church will 'continue ,- .
t. ,
,5 I the
Delta PhiThe Church and then drove "When ,we are; the most humila- two small children in their attractive" '. through Wednesday, of next governors. supervising
Sigma to ,the.Imperial'Record Co.,where The decision to '..ove this' f activities of,more ''thin 9.500 RotaryClubs -
out to the lake. Those present ted. Mrs. Slade talked on "To home Woodpecker he had his'first1major hit record week and will clojvs with a commencement -
i building was made ,at 'a recent with' a membership of I
Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill I were free to use the varied facilIties ward Understanding The Bible" Paradise,' along' one, of Middle- "Love Song 'of the Water ,Fall." meeting. It will be placed at the service ", Wednesday J 446,000business:,.and' professional -

have a swim-supper party : of the recreation area after by Dr. Harkness. Mrs. C. D. Williams burg's shady by-ways. Since that' time he has had 'night at 7:30 o'clock. '
west' end of the athletic, field executives 'in 102 countries
Sunday Aug. 11, at the Kingsley which a delicious picnic president of the society, Slim is a native of Tampa, Mrs.
supper many hits,' including' three gold across Washington street from C. G. Priest principal of throughout the free world.
Lake home of Mrs. Maxie Carter reminded the of the where he met his wife Geraldine
was enjoyed. Fourteen membersand group study records representing sales of the elementary buildings. the school, states that average
Jr. guests were presentThe course and covered dish luncheonin Crist the daughter of a minister new attendance has
over a million copies each. The been more than
October. who divides his time be- Ensey Receives
Swimming will begi at 3 next meeting will e held on first of these was "Indian Love 200, daily.

o'clock and supper will be servedat Aug. 22 in the First Presbyterian Refreshments were served. to tween a church in Tampa and Call" backed up, by ""Rose'Ma Youngsters Slated All boys and girls from 3 Admiral RankCapt.
the 12 members and visitors the Church of the Brethren
four
6.Members Sunday School building with Mrs. rie." His newest release, 111 through 16 years are invited to

are asked to bring Charles Ward, Mrs. W. A. Bon- present. (Mormon) between Middleburgand Take You' Home Again, Kathleen For Awards In attend daily from 8:30: until 11:30 Lot Ensey of Starke was
their husbands and dates. Doctors Inlet SometimesSlim
ham ,and Rev. W. S. McAliley as ," has already sold 500,000copies a. m. The'school includes Bible among 25 Navy captains recently -
Circle 2 met at the home of and Geraldine sing duetsat
hostesses and host. in England and is' doing study and a music. appreciation approved by President Eisen- (
Bridal Shower Mrs. L. D. Green with Mrs. J. F. : the little white frame I church Swim Program training J
led
well at home also. course by Mrs. Lex hower for temporary promotion
Hunt co-hostess where f her father is part-time
as on Monday
Mary Sue Underhill The ,son,.of a TamPA postman!, Green. Refreshments are served to the .rank of rear admiral. At
Mrs-fTownsend Strickland was afternoon. pastor."I ,
.I j was7 his wife and Slim was born Jan 20, '1924. A3 'Thirtyrsix.boys and girls participating daily under the supervision of present Ensey is serving as chief J
honored with miscellaneous Mrs. O. L. Haynes the It through
; a Fetes 5th gave ; 'Mrs. +$ Maze.
; : }e
BirthdayLittle
'bridal shower 'Tuesday; |July 30, devotional on "Hiding Behind fathe1n.,-[ w'" that Slim ,first a .youngster! growing up, he_ attended in the summer J::'swimming A\school will of ,staff, and;,,aide,to the commander \
outing also be '
,,\.n...... 1v fly'M'Tk"eiple; ? Mrs. Miss Mary Sue Underbill Stuff." 'Refreshments were, served came to know I and appreciate the II church.' .-.regularly-1, ,,, ; ,and Ji\ program ',will. ,be awarded Red of the Sixth Fleet; stationed
; ; Gold ,
If' was there he met -. swimmer cards, heldnext weekat Head. in % .,, !e4iterranea: Sea.
.t, ;Jt f Jim Seiple1, and Mraf' Ira Town- celebrated her fifth birthday anniversary by the hostess the beauty, an$ ,,quiet peacefulness bii.yife.tGeraIdine } Crosa,JBsginner;) Brancfcslate' Park fortthosei .Wtib'j ".t ..**t
S Black ., .*the minister's". daughter and,eight boys afld'gil.<< SUCCeS. 1' t Admiral: Ensey is the ,son of \
11e. of the Middleburg-; : ; '
20 with enrolled.t .
it ::1! p'nt : on July a partyat < are : '
: was 1$ :.and Slun was -1' :
k .... a st1d.. e.f.ents. .were the home of her parents, Mr. Circle No. 3. met Monday after Creek area?) lv Geraldine, fully-passed: -junior lifesayjng ," ? 'the'lite'Mr.l .. and Mrs. "Charles R. 1
S ::1 :
15 at:'the Um e. i" tit course and: .be awarded cardsat -l'
enjoyed by 20 guests. Mrs. Strick- and Mrs. Jack Underhill. All of noon in the educational building 'Back in high j. school''J'day( # : will- ;, 'Meeting Change l* !J' Ensey{of Starke and u' a grad-

land is the former '].Iiss' Jackie the little guests reported a won- with Mrs./1. J. Green, the 'chairman Slim's chief interest'was )B Otts Two ,yearsaterin.i194 : they the:dose:of,the program,' .! tt. .'..', . 'Uate'ofithe U. S. Naval Academy
'i. 1 5 .
"," elopdand :were secretly married '- lh
00'OJ. "program
'The- was
Prevatt. derful time. as hostess. and for awhile atvtookeoMSslif! swimming The City Council Tuesday night at Annapolis. \

JI..4 -!':...f;.-' -., .- ,' -_ 'tr"r':' I Miss Kate Struth gave ,(he devotional he might 'go' ; p"''profession iii a'surburb" of Tampa :Slim ,and carried ,on for eight..w eks and voted t: to, change ,their,. meeting --.. ,

I reading on "Love andCriticism' ,baseball It was not. until after, his: ,15-year-old''bride': ,set ,up was by far the.most popular act time#o 7 pm. ,i instead of5 8 pjn, L_ _" '-" ,- -, -__-'

To The Citizens Qf ,Starke, l .Mrs Russell 'read he joinedthe1NayY in World 'housekeeping'' .in a' 'tiny' apartment ivity offered this,. summer. More beginning at the 'next ''meeting: \

S. .. !terTfron S---rs Beth.a iWimberly War II that his musical talent (Q.nd he,went'to: work-at- ,$12MF than' 100 ..Itudent.s.per day were The t .Council\ meets .tha ,'.irst: ,andthird .

""""- I' 'I have. .. ,.'.announced: jny, candidacy for S onej-r.I yeajtinexpIredJ aid .Mrs! i//\. (Wood(who. are not first camqf ito bJ;,,recognized: ., Dir 'a week. is _" ,y transported.'to JCampBlanding .r Tuesdays!'in"each' month S ii.ppj[
-c. SI
>terra ion'the. .City:Council.H0f able to attend the meetings. ing his. two years aboard the Rigfit .tOW"Sli .. Interested where ',th y.ud'.1aciUties of the
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"",',. '' t ", Refreshments were served, ,at USS Chiljion'Slim; saw, plenty of mostly iii' catching'up: onv his'fishingvJHe Enlisted Men's: Club on, :Kingsley, : L .-

r I \ '. ;>,\I. have,a deep interest In tour city,and Its future,progress and the close of the meeting. action and realized how important enjoys outings' Lake. '1. :, fffS'II .
'
I' would 'be grateful for an opportunity to serve you 'on the City it was 'for himself and his mac 1( .C'tee1 near his," 'home, 'and Coach, James, Hobbs, ,in charge 'kz''qSUN.. MON. TUES.
,
also on the lakes that abound..inthia
Council., shipmates to find some form of of the swimming,program, wishesto
ReunionThe .
Family relaxation. First thing ,he knew a -'In' the- fall -he-- will thank the following teachers 'Aug., il, 12, '13

Some of the projects I would offer an a member of the Council annual reunion of the Philip he .found himself the proud own- start'out again ,on,a'singing tour for their cooperation: L.,B..Register NOTML LIVING 'DOUBLE FEATURE
e of the IT. S. ,and Canada,
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are: A. Crosby Clan will be held er of a guitar. In 'the ,meanwhile he hopes Tom Casey, Nina B. Andrews, i Untamed MistressWith
,. H. B. Ingram, C..1. Overturf, :Mr. I
Soon the off-wat hours began -
Sunday, Aug. 11, at Strickland'3Landing ,
0 1)) City Civil Service Board. Kingsley Lake. More passing faster and his ship- I that'all :music lovers in' this area Manning, and also Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack Elliot &'Velda I
will come out Saturday night! and
100 of mates, stood around as he sang Tanner, operators,of the EnlistedMen's And ,
2) pity Recreation Department than relatives, including 12 help the' town of'Middleburg,'get S
the 16 children who 'are still .living and played for his own amusement its much-needed' truck'.Admission Club.

3) Economical expansion of utilities to city limits. are expected to attend. Friends, began to lobby to the benefit performance .Those receiving junior lifesav- Flying Squadron
for him to the ing cards are: Anita Alvarez, Wii :
appear on ship's i will be $1 for adults and Massimo Serato and Dina
weekly recreation show, and his Jackie Bales, Martha Bales, Don .
Rotarians Hear 50 cents for children. Sassoli
Very Truly Yours, rendition of an old favorite, "Well give1' ,a show" Hillendahl, David Ingram, Ann a.
good ,
you
S Talk On Banking "When rm Gone You'll Soon sUmp"and Mathews, Jimmie Moore and PLUS COLOR CARTOON
says you never contributed '
RANDY CHITTY .. Forget", made a big'nit with the to'a better I cause." Terry, Walters.Beginners fi. i WED THUR.

,
: swimming cards will
Wm. S. Terry, cashier of the "
... ..tEiii Community State Bank'' of Starke, New TV Station Beware Of Home be given to: Charlotte Bradley. Did you know' that your car Aug.14, 15

"t I Dale Crosby Glenn Cruee,.Nadine motor'must .DOUBLE FEATURE
I.,". ,. was guest speaker at the Rotary To Open Next MonthThe crutchfield breathe operate
r' Grace- Freddie .Phyl-
'HELPING Club' Wednesday discussing some efficiently. Its a good idea to 1000 Years From Now
BUILD STARKE'ANi> of the recent improvements in Jacksonville, area's new : Repair Rackets lis Darby, Loraine DeCaro, fonda 'drive.'(n regularly '
Dixon Emory Eunice, Phil Eunice, so we may With' Ron"Randell Gloria
modern banking service. Drive-in channel 12 television station, 'check .. ,
BRADFORD More than 500 million dollars Sammy Eunice, ,Audrey Flakes, on this and many other ,
:
: COUNTY 1 windows and night depository service 'WFGA-TV, scheduled. to begin V- .,.": "SaeddetsyInvasion
.
; will be 'paid b'y homeowners this Vickie Frees Buddy Garrett, items. Do;,it today.It < --
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I are, two jof the many new telecasting, early in September, ; lid'
I '
a :, features that banks are installing will be the first station in the year to the "home fix-up' racketeers" Morley' Griffis. Jim Hall, Gary is ; ,- ""; ', .. .''

: fo r the'convenience of their customers -' country to be' initially plannedand ,. who promise the' homeowner Helms, Kathy Jones Suzanne not easier" to swim in .; 'ii.. ,, '.S.A.
deep water. .
bargains in Judd
termite-proof Judy Kaufmann
Jimmy
Mr. Terry said. constructed for the require- Plus CARTOON
ing, kitchen reconstruction roofing COLOR
Lawson Karon ,Melson, Sammy
S The speaker was introduced by ments of ,original network color There is no scientific basis
etc. according to the editors
S
Jimmie
Miller Renee
Moore
Ted Connell who had charge of TV broadcasting. FRI. SAT.
for ,
of Changing Times magazine.The Moore, Chuck Newcomb, Jimmie the. belief that the buoy

the program. The station will be a basic fast' talkers' in the', house Newman, Mike'Nichols, Phillip Nichols ancy, of 'water increases with : : ,Aug. 16, 17

GET SET for your vacation affiliate of the 'NBC television renovation .and, repair business Harry Rabb Jr., Drew Rat- its depth It Is as easy to : DOUBLE FEATURE

with a Movie Camera,from BuD- network and will be received on have many tricks. One of them, liff Jr., Peggy Rhoden, Dorothy swim Jn shallow water v; ,
tf present seta without the need according' tothe editors is to as ", Slave :Girl
ington's. For sale or rent. ( ) Savage, Sara Shealey, Milbry deep. -'
for any change or 'additional promise cut-rates 'to those"*who Deane Walter, and Raymond Wil-! Yvonne DeCarlo George '

II[GAs..TobNsIBy equipment it is, said. will permit' their homes to be kerson. Winner, 5 gal. gas,. Henry ,- Brent -

THE COMMUNITY STATE BANK Channel 12 will begin its operation photographed for "adv rUsing' StefanellL "

as a: maximumpowerstation purposes; The 'offer is hedged Aid, To Blind And' $1

of 316,000. wattmax: with so many conditions that, Inevitably Five Guns Wet
,
OF STARKE .. imum allowed low channel the fun, price must be ,
'
'it.;: ''*;.,' 5- (VHFj !TV stations under the paid. Talked By Lions TILLEYISINCLAIR John-Lund, 'Dojfothy Malone

.. Cm"BROWN regulationS'of the Federal Communications Often such'racketeers conceal STATION PLUS: COLOR CARTOON &

Commission. It ,will many of the charges in ,the fine discussion
& A PAR A of the program beIng I SERIAL
BANK
YOUR
< CHECKS ON
: ., ; TIllS BANK: be housed in a new,building now print in the contract or offer :'carried oh: by, ,Florida Council -1 .t ,'&

J) WILL }BELAID OR DEPOSITED' 'AT' 100 CENTS nearing completion at 1070 .East worthless guarantees 'and then for 'the 'Blind was, 'given by __" ..', '
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> : S '"'-.-;.THEIDOLLAR ':<. Adams St in Jacksonville. A skip to- the next town. Dr. S. R> Marco at the regular -.-"- --'----;; --- '" '

Sfc. 1"" $4a! ., ;:.,.,' ""-'\!:-.-",,, J.... steel, tower 1000 feet high Is To guard,against such; ,operators meeting of 'the',Starke Lions Club ":'- ,- --, '.' :

"':\< \ ) being erected to beam the sta the. magazine 'advises: on ,Aug. '1. -- ''

MEMBER F.D.I.CEact.lAteount\j ,is insured. up, to -1 tion's signal to North Florida 1. Don't bite at superbargains. During the business meeting e :Ti7VofersOI'Sfarke: :

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.. $10,000.00. r i'V.f-V and South Georgia counties. Ask for names of four or five committees reported that the dub _:t f"
-' 5, Ill.. ,.5-S. ... -- _.(1 :'L. ,
"
', ,S ...". ,.t- f..', S .'".. ,. previous, customers that you can purchased several pairs of eyeglasses Chief of"'Poiee.
S \ t .t.1-; ,.... ... ..... L fft'e-eJfctiOn.a.? yiux. Having
:* : check with.' for children ;in. :
Gas Dealer deserving
Lawtey
'BANKING :HOURS INCREASEDH-Due to public demand : 2.: It the company is not the county during'the put m f tJi. t j eWed-: '!twjPolicelepartment; !proxiniately 'thirty years,

S Wins Contest Award r of'1\'h1chtten : 'of this time has.been 'as Chief of Police,
known years
our banking hours have been increased- to'you'check its standing It was also'reported that the '

for "YOU JUST AIN'T KIDDING with lOur local bank ,the chamber Lions Club has found a new I feel that this experience qualifies me in e>ery, respect 'to

opening business at 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Milo R. Smith, Shell Oil dealerof of commerce or better ,business !- source within the state from perform the duties of Chief of Police of the City of Starke. I

Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Nothing can stop us from Lawtey has recently been notified bureau. This is essential 'if which it will purchase brooms earnestly solicit your vote and support to re-elect 'me as your

by the AUanta Division of dealing with out'of ,town' or itinerant made by blind workers for resale Chief of Police as it is my intentions thai this will be the last

3 Interest paid-This bank 3 intereston giving you good service! Shell Oil Company that he is the firms., by the'club in connection with its time I ,will offer for this.office ar I, will tie.eligible for retirement .
pays percent
first place winner in the second .3., Read the contract twice before sight conservation program. 'Previously "
all savings accounts division in the Shell National All- at the conclusion of the term for ,which ram seeking
compounded semi-an- signing. Demand duplicate the broon i'had'been purchased -

nually. .' __ ___ GIB BROWN Star. Sweepstakes' Contest 'that of'what you sign with the con in another state. re-election. '
has been running the past 12 tractor's signature on it. Following a 'steak supper

MAKE\ THIS BANK YOUR SERVICE STATION months. In, this ,contest dealers i, Don't. sign 'the' completion President 'Bill Studstfll intro- YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
BANK-OPEN
YOUR -- were rated on increased ,sales, certificate. indicating the job duced guest Lion Alec Fawcett of APPRECIATED

S ,ACCOUNT TODAY Standard Oil Products cleanliness of, stations' and, restrooms :meets with your, approval, ;unti] the Waycroas, 'Ga. .Club

,, and other'points., ,.. ,t,,,. you nave satisfied:yourself that 'The''next' meeting of *the club \W; E,, THORNTON

407 N. Temple Are.; As winner Smith wffl.tawarded ; it's in accord with the, contractor will be held 'in the Lions'Den at -
5 'l ,. .. : sales : -
agreement.
prizes valugd at..450. 730p.'rn. on_ Thursday," 15.
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:'. 4..,..... ....1..l, ...l..A Mra C.. F., Sayle, of' Miami *:is John .. .. -
Andersor.fCocs Yrs
; a l '.) ;.. ,. Carrie. Ward returned ) visitmg Judge and Mrs.. E. 7"' i spending this"week'with hfs I Thursday from visiting relatives I I feet to an iron stake on aforesaid lished once a week for four consecutive ERNESTINE DENMARK I,

Perryman 'at Kingsley Lake. grandparents, Mr. and Mrfs.. A.. i in Portland, Ore., and Iowa the Southerly boundary ofNW County TeUgratfh.weeks in a the Bradford WILLIAM KRONEXBERGER: | .i,
in newspaper
% of SE4 run thence a
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Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray and I Wr Anderson, Sr. .. past'twc? months. Westerlydirection along said published in Bradford County. IX HEtfEU-XTO TESTIMONY WHEREOF I 1
family at Florida, and having KUBSCR1PE MY
spent Monday Jackson Southerly boundary a distance a general circulation
Rev. and Mrs. Morris. Brack-, Mrs. Annette Lawrence and I in said County. V.\MK AND CAUSE THE SEAL
ville Beach and Tuesday at St. of 906.84 .feet to point of beginning OF TilE SAID TOWN TO UK
Augustine and Marineland. man and son of Lake Butler, children. 'and her mother, Mrs. : WITNESS my hand as Clerk of .JER l'NTO AFFIXED THIS TilE

were last Tinrsday dinner guestsof : Smithson- of Littleville, Ala. and to Raymond H. Rollins as said Circuit Court of Bradford 7th DAY OF AUGUST,. A. D., 1957.OFFICIAL. .
THE NEWS Mrs. Victor Teague and daughter wereweekend administrator of the estate of County. Florida and the Seal of ( SEAL)
Vickie Mr. and Mrs. E. .P. pee. guests of Rev. and Mrs. Andrew M. Rollins deceased; aid Court at Starke, Bradford WILLIAM T. JACKSON MAYOR
I and son, Steven, of '" County, Florida the .., .
on 1st
day of \T'I
a: j
McRae Tr.
Barney : : recently GREETINGS
..-s-......--.,......'....... _-........._. ...:....,- Vivian, La. are spending ten days was W. S. McAliley. that a : suit You are in equity hereby has notified August. A.D. 1957.; "IAKL JOHNS CITY CLERK
with Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Picker- elected Vice-President of the ;Mrs. Ira Harris and childrenare been brought against you and each (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) S/9 5t '/6"I
: Carr Colley and daughter, Rev. J. E. Sherwood junior class at the, of of and ss-CHARLES A. DARBY
and Mrs.C. Universit vir.'ting her parents, Mr. and you. also against Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court of rradI S
Jackie, were visiting relativesin R. Tillman accompanied Barbara ing.Mr. Miami Medical School. Mrs. Connlv. a political subdivision of I ford County, F*rida. t- ,
and Mrs., George Hugginsand ,Eric Moore in Broxton, Ga.' the State of Florida, Pen Suslow, Hollis V.
Clearwater over! the weekend. Magyari, Diane Dietz, Cre- family were vacationing at Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mra Guy and Mrs. J.. E. Harris in Fitzgerald JJ.. Thomas, Jr., Leon Rosenberg[Attorney for Knight.Plaintiff

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Perry ryl and Carlson Tillman, Steve Gold Head Branch park last Sale, Mrs. F. B. Beard and Mrs. Ga.Buddy. a Sam nd Douglas Rosenberg.P. Hardy Della as Rosenberg defendants 8-9-41-330OTICB

and daughter, Rebecca,' and Miss Denmark and Jimmy Douglas week.. Emma Lammeraux of, Lake in the' above entitled Court \ .-OF
ELECTION
Faxon
s,iil Lillian Perry 'of, ;J-unUngton., W. 'the' Florida 'Christian Church Geneva left Wednesday for : was dischargedlast and cause by Albert Hartmann 'as I. WILLIAM T.; JACKSON. MAYOR
.
Bobbie Jean Oakes Martha Friday after four years duty curator of the person ,and property OF 'STARKE. .'
.t".1r: : Va. were Sundaj p* vlsitOra, of with ,Navy and Marine .
and' Mr5C.: : W.:;'BiaA;! Sunday to tTh isd y.' were, seen on the TV Cola WMTT wek at' the Baptist. Assembly as plaintiff that the' relief ED IX ME BY 1.."W. DO HERE.
Pepsi Corps. sought in said suit is to remo\e KY CALL AN
Kanr., Mrs;. _A.., ,, kins and daugh- Vike sfruth celebrated her Merit, award programs the'past grounds. clouds from and quiet and confirm HELD AT TilE ELETTION FIRE STATION TO BE -.-. --- ,- i: : :

'i t1r t terrs.; 'Fr d ',CuJ and daughter 10th' birthday. anniversary 'on two Monday evenings ., Mr. and-.Mrs. Carl Sapp, Mrs.J. Mrs. W. D. Faxon and Mrs. described plaintiffs lands title a* in to Indefeasiblefee the above IN.QUALIFIED THE AFORESAID VOTERS TOWN BY

itIz I: ,Jane, of Gainesville, are:vacationing' Wednesday with 'a luncheon- Mr: tmd 'Mrs. Ed Parker and B.: Sapp,and,Mrs W B,,Munry Vergie. Flynn, ,gave a surprise f pimple 'title thereto against DAY SEPTEMF.-' .R 10, ON'1957.TUES.FOR
tLT for two weeks in birthday supper Tuerday: eveningfor he: claims o( you and each of you; THE PURPOSE OF
Way- theatre party for: ten of her girl family of Cocoa and Mr.,and Mrs..' were in Jacksonville'Sunday t visiting and you are summoned ordered THE FOLLOWING ELPPTING

J l'tH: nesviIleN! C. 'j friends. J C..' Parker and family of Or Mrs Alma' ;Co'mpton: at their 'daughter and niece, and' required to file your written; I ONE MAYOR FOR OFFICERS TWO YEARS.:

tH hi!''',! Mr, .anov:.. rs.! rtonert Barksdale Mike and Wayne Chitty spent lando,, weie 'weekend; gtiests :of Baptist' Memorial :.iiospita' h Mrs. Jack in Waldo.Waters at the Waters'home' answer"'in or said defenses cause:: in to the the'. office complaint -, ER.OXE' TAX CITY ASSESSOR CLERK TREASUR AND TAX

t Uf!, ;' I and fa.ptht Sunday at.'Salt last week with 'Mr.-and Mrs. Roy Mr. and. Mrs. T. I. Mersereau". : Miv and, Mrs, Guy Sale attended : of the undersigned, Clerk of said,COLLECTOR FOR TWO YEARS.
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':, .-Springs.I .- '* : Crenshaw, in.Ocala and this week Dr.: W. H. 1it" hell and!;son,I th Golden WPttdineanniv"'r- 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Firth had before Court at the Starke 9th day, Florida.of September on. or TWO ONE YEARS.CHIEF OF POLICE FOR
I'
yH *\:'# ?,Mr; andrA1ZiAdkins.}; Jr. with Mrt and Mrs.,;James: Sullivan Frank, .Lakeland' were Visiting! :I sarj11 Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs.:. as guests last Wednesday and A.D. .J9 i. and to serve a copy I TWO ALDERMEN FOR TWO

I. $$4, }t*' ,' iMamUy. ; 'of"'Gainesville are and family in Williston. Mrs., J. M.. Mitchell last"Thurs Harry Bunker at Oil Georee: Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis thereof attorney on Hollls, whose V. Knight address, plaintiffs is- |I YEARS.(WI"" ASK .

vacationing at the Adkins' summer Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez day. Washington Hotel, Jacksonville Holmer, of Chattanooga, Tenn. Starke. Florida, on or. before said TEAR ALDERMAN FOR ONE .

home on Kingsley Lake. spent the weekend in Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews Jean Mundv''and Elaine Svkes Mrs. Nita 'Dyal spent Saturdayto date Florida as and required the 1954 by Florida the Laws tules of I PROVIDING FOR ELECTION TO CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

Mr. and Mrs. J.A.. Seaman with his mother, Mrs. Lena Gonzalez and daughter, Carolyn spent returned Thurrday: from the Tampa Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. of Civil Procedure. If you fail to CITY INSPECTORS COUNCIL FOR PY SAID GROUPS ELEC
Sunday in with relatives. in s r., do. a decree pro confes.so will about this question:
and family who have spent the and family. Tampa Bay Assembly grounds where Truby Dyal Gainesville. b e entered against i TION:

past month with Mrs. ,Scanlan's Mrs. L.; C. Hinson; and Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Griffin spent. last:''Jiey served as counselors for the Mr. and Mrs. K. G., Duncan will demanded in the you complaint.for the relief -' CHARLES. I.. CROSBY\ JR.HARDYA.

weekend in Tampa with relatives 'six weeks. spend the weekend with their It is hereby'ordered that this RAY STOVE I the
mother, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Sr., Daisy Perryman spent last Friday past hope guy who stole
while Col. Griffin in Miamion
was I
left for New York and with Mrs. brother-in-law. Roy Smith in STATE B\K:
Saturday Saturday Mrs. Ruby Johns will be in CHARTHH 47.S my power lawnmower can
business. .
Tennille REPORT OP
where they will embark on Aug. Perryman's son-in-law and Vliami, next week attending the Ga.Bradford CONDITION OF '
Sam Mitchell of Jacksonville
get it started. I never
9 for Asamarra, Africa for three Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Meil Cosmetic
daughter, Norman conven-
spent the weekend with his aunt,
years ,of tour duty. Moore in Blackshear, Ga. They Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. tion.Mr. Community State Bank of Starkeof could. lie was very thoroughhe

Clyde Hall and Mrs. Egbert J. brought back with them her Brenda Lewis was visiting and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and stole the gas can too.

Helm and sons of Bradenton granddaugter Marilyn Moore fora Cynthia and Priscilla Cox in Live family and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stark In the Stale .f Florida nt the <-Io,e of bnkiar* OB Jane .G. 1037.
Will
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.. H. E. weekV visit, Mrs. Perryman, Oak the first of ,the week.. Raulerson of Gainesville spent "- ASSETS' Dollars a Residence Theft

Bradley from Wednesday to Mrs. Del Colley and daughter Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis of Apopka last l week! at the Nasworthy 1. Cash balances with other- banks*,' including" reserve bal- Cts. policy pay for items stolen

Friday of last ,week. Jackie' will Marilyn tfcack Kingrfey! Luke ances. and cash items tn process of collection.. _______ 167,727.10 '
take. 18 visiting her /son, Jamea Lewis cottage on 2. United .StatesGovernment_ obligations direct and guaranteed from a toolsh, d or garage?"

", Mrs. Michael ,Jansick and to Blackshear on Friday and an4 family. Mr?, W. W. Page. Jr.' of Lake 1 __-_-_--------___- h._ .-.-_ -_______ 478.971 61

granddaughter, Sifyin Jacks of spend the weekend there. I Bunny Evans of Orange Park City sand Mrs. Leah Baukn'ghtof a.7. Bank I nans premises and discounts.owned (Including None), furniture overdrafts& fixtures(None)____ 9,043.5
21.S4.52
j Miami were.last Friday and Saturday Martha Susan' Ritc'h'spen the 1 I spent the weekend with ,Pamela, Jacksonville: : ? were visiting' County. ,Hospital:: announces 11. Other Assets ---------_____..........:. .......?_.._,_____.r--". 22088

I visitors, of, Dr. and Mrs. past two' weeks, in Jacksonville I Lawson. : Mrs.. W. H. Struth and MissKate the 'following 'births:' 1 12. TOTAL ASSETS -_. --- ._________________________ ..760.855 Charley Johns

W., E., Middleton. visiting her cousin, Sandra Mrs. Mural Gardner and Mrs., ..;;tl1tn.over. weekend.. '' Mr. and Mrs.: Perry Lyons' of LIABILITIES\ .

Mr. and, Mrs. Harold Hood of Hazen. Nina Andrews 'are vacationing for,' Mrs. Struth returned to Lake 'I' Starke, a daughter Mary Ann 13. Demand deposits of individual,. partnerships and corporations ,
,
s ', --___________.;._____ ____ 20fi.502.18
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Cincinnati. Ohio and James W.; Mrs.I R. P. Wright of Winter two weeks in New YOrk: City ]with Mrs. Page. for a Aug.2.. -H. Time' deposits' of' IndividualS! partnerships, \and .cor-:,
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Forth of Hurrican, W, Va. were Garden spent ,the' first of the Agnes Lawson will'return home -week's ..visit.r. ., Mr. and Mrs." Carl Co Byrd, of 1 16. Deposits poratlons of States-___,_and____political______,_subdivisions236.369,96_*_____ ____.___--_ 68,957.92 & Son AgencyPhone
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lasti Thursday visitors of Mr. week -with Mr. :and Mrs.. M.. H. Saturday' from FSU where she and Mrs. M. A., Payne of' Starke, a, son,,.Aug.: 5. .' Ji!. Other deposits C'prtlfif'11and officers' checks, etc.)_____ 6,415.30 I Id
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and Mrs.. C. .W.Bias... Sheppard., I attended the,summer: session. Palatka, Starke'residents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thigpen'Jr. 19_ TOTAL DEPOSITS ? _--____I617.545.36
former{ 23.Other ____
Mr.: and ,Mrs. L. G. Powell will Mr:. Alice Winn of St. Petersburg Liabilities _-----_-__,--____------ 5UO.6U. 13 Starke, FlAFLORIDA
Mrs. 'Jessie Young, her mother ; have returned to Starke and are of Starke, a daughter, June '
,' leave Saturday for Farmington is spending this week with TOTAL LIABILITIES ___-_____ ,___ -f_-.? 6T2,955:!
Mrs. s. R. Love, and nephew, renting the Hardy houa? at 456 Elaine, Aug. 5. CAPITAL
ACCOUNTS
weeks vacation Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Winn.
Conn for two
Steve John, returned Saturday W. Madison St. Mr. Payne will' Mr. and Mnv John W. Strick- 2 5. Capital _____.______-- _______:____- -- 100.000 ''
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with Mrs. Powell's brotherinlawand Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin I l land of Starke 'a 6.: 26. Surplus -- ._____,______-----___________ 25,000.00 .. ., -': .- -,- .. ,'
from Aug. -
month's Commercial at son, -
vacation teach
a with subjects ; 27. Undivided __
sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. will leave Saturday for Washing- profits _-- ____ ---------- U,899.46
relatives in Alabama Mississippi; Wollenberg. The Powells are be- ton D C. where Col. Griffin will I BHS this fall while Mrs. Payne Mr. and Mrs. Gary Eugene Gar 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS__________ 137,899.461

and ,Tennessee.Mrs. ing accompanied by Mrs. Pow- be on active duty at the Pentagon will teach third grade. ner of Starke, a son, Aug. 6. 2 0. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND"CAPITAL' ACCOUNTSTh0.855.:! l

Sarah Barton of Atlanta ell's sisters, Misses ,Louise and ; for the next five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hodge have 'Mr.and Mrs. Freddie Killer of MEMORANDA: ;

and Mrs. A. W. Wood of Greenville moved into their home in I Raiford, a son, Edward Delane, 31. Assets pledged 'or assigned to secure liabilities and for
Etta Fripp of Columbia, S. C. Mrs. J. L. Jones and daughter new other purposes -________ ___ 294,968.74
S. C. are visiting Mjr. and and they plan to stop in Wash- of Tampa are visiting her parents Bradford Heights. Aug. 4. '
Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. I while Mrs. Williamsthis Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. William S.' Terry, of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that
at Camp ii.gton, D. C. and New York Mr. and C. R. -Chapman the above statement is true,.and that it fully and correctly represents THEATRE
Blanding this week. enroute. week. of Camp Blanding will move into >OTICE TOn APPIMR the true state of the several matters contained and set forth, to the

I- Mrs. M. H. Williams of Eustis I their new home at 1351 Bland I FloridaIB Circuit Court. Bradford County, best of my. knowledge _and belief.
Chanerry. .. :
i visiting her son and daughter- i ing St., Saratoga Heights on Case No. 12-303 'i- ':' S Cashier '
WILLIAM ,.TERRYf' .
JAMES DANIEL SPIVEY, : I :. :, :. ,
:Merritt Wfl ftMr.
j ri-l Mr. and [ :
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Come in for '. $ .Sept.. 1. < I ,PlatntifGr! .' SATURDAY, 'AUG.: 10 ONLY
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; ;. li ia ms'Uthisi1week.aUqi. *::1 .j. : ,'. .>. .t,};. .. : CorrecfrAttest:; '
;; 'and MrS2 Wide Russell of GENEVA, MAB SPIVEY, c" PETERUELOS! !f M"I' -!*1 *' ", BIG
: 'Mr.- -and Mrs.rWiJH.cMinef. 'anilghtelyKare I :' Defendant.n-. !' n. :, ': :;iJ-'. :Id /i.; ': ;< CHARLEY E. JOHNS DOUBLE. 'FEATURE. .
St. the ....
Augustine'are'renting
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d oAkron Ohio, 'Knfcjht f .hou! 1a..Y: : 3'ake St. To:. qejjeva .Mae Spiyey. whose HOLLIS KNIGHT"tat'O I. I L -p -Pi
:are spending ten'days with''Mrs.Miner's .' s'Of ddree1tth1S week r address ,,1s: UNKXO'WrM .- :!'', :iJ( i-, ii: ., ELMj-BRlNSOXt.::: : : \ 'I,: '__ :. '
I .Charg F i ilt .
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JF.Rogers,' rcc "
mothers-Mrs
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i include:' the George Wl Burkes You are hereby not iffed that) a Sta.teFlorlda. ., .County. 'Bra'df'ord, BST&GECOACHj
'iJi'""Jacksonville"i with Mr. and suit for DIVORCE hd"bf't"n filed -1.1 "' 'i I.d'! jfes:'. .1, I ,' .
to 110 W. Andrews.. .. .. ptiJoyce'ifock'1 \;.f1f4: a ainst! Vou in th .. '
botenpttniwlKourr Sworn
tf.rs, MerrittaWilliam3j i'n.Starka.Mrs. : ? =;' ito* and, subscribed .before me this 6th day. of July 1957, [ *
i 'to 327 W. 'W fdonSt ., : ..and cause ap'L,ypu'are. re-, and 'I, hereby certify. that I am. not an officer or director of this;
Pearl,-Whiinell of :DelandIs : ;, ; firsLj-rR' ; MGil : to: serve copy of your bank. '
i*. bOIf 'r ending this 'weekwfatt her :; Ir.and, .,,1" .. ,, I en.on.ghan :tit\\'hr $'pleading .toq ;the com- v- ; -f'! .. MARGARET S. MILLER, Notary Public. ACOLDIiWA -
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't f;' :i ;I\\\ 't'f Jt1: iI W.'A' T CU CHECK t, .' sisterMrs.: -Merrill';Struth and I to )108, N. Clark} atD:) Jnand' ,T laint.r9n? FYaVik: Landnint the' P.laln' P.O.lff's ,[Attorney Box 546,," L' : >. ,'.f' State"of Florida hOV&! I

'i : Mrs.. H..B.: : WtLafayette Stat& at Large a ,
family.1 "* 'l'". v i : Adams"lor e, (Florida, and file the:origl-: '> My commission expires. .,.April. 18, 1961:I "
: St; aqaHe< ; anoNat- nal, in-xthe office of tlie Clerk of
George; Roberts, Sr.vof'L'awtey: the1 Circuit Court on ot before the AND
:
.; &$ THE WATCH .MASTER, ties to 414'E.. youth tjJ9' 9th iJafjiof, 3eptetaberuM957-! ;
returned Whoare > _
: M '_ Saturday from .Sonja Hunter3ift spfend next ; erwise. tjie ,allegation of said F1bThE'CI'FIZENS; 1 ,.
OF STARKE 11ZACHARY
: PEGGIELSCOThCASTLE
:B pt1st IMemorial sHospitat whefehe ComplalJrtLwilt' be' taken i, as' confessed -
: liasl* week :'with: her Jrandf ther, J. bY' youvi ".: : ,;
., : underwent! surgery Wed This notice,...shall ,be, 'publishedonce
''AiI'Work Checked. and TIthed by nesday. ?. ,t I *. r3': 't, F. .lardy, n4flsf'' t 'Voncile! each weejf. for four ton: !'ecnitive )\ I 'hereby announce my
at yhills. weeks- imuthe "?
Clardy Zep BRADFORD
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for Chief of
Mrs: Merrill Struth a d.so ; .candidacy' .
COUNTY TELEaRAPH.;: ;
Mr. and Mrs: Bill Jackson andfamily
Roddy, were in St. Petersburgand Dated this 5th .,day of August Police: in the ,City of .:-- 'C
World Famous Watch Master spent the past 'month at 1957.SEAT..
pass-a-Grille on Sunday and Spring Lake. While there, their ( .) J1I> Starke, subject to the f'4'I
Monday on business. CHARLES A. DARBY,
niece and .nephew, Sandra and Clerk of the Circuit Court. election on Sept. 10,

: Miss Louise Stern spent the Pat Loudon of Tampa, spent two Ey Marian L. Crosby I _
BULOYAS BULOVAS BULOVAS past two weeks with friends in r Deputy Clerk. 1957.Having
weeks with them. 8-3-41-8-20 served on the
Johnson City, Tenn.
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Ida Lou Plummer of Atlantais
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Starke Police for
Force
Stan and Bret Taylor will bin NOTICE TO APPEAR
visiting her uncle and aunt:, In Circuit Court, Bradford Couatr,
FROM 297S Thomasville, Ga. next week] \r. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen for .Florida In CbaBetir.Case .' more than 5 years, until

visiting their grandparent, Mr.and No. 12-298 my resignation in Feb. I. --_.S
several weeks.
FRED O.
TRIMBLE. -'S.w WAfiNU MOS.,
Mrs. Lewis Lamb and Mr.and Mrs. Nassie Paulk of Ocilla L Plaintiff, 1956, I feel I am qualified -

Mrs. F. P. Taylor. Ga. and Mrs. J. M. Lott Sr. of, 'vs.ELLA .J. TRIMBLE, -# for this post.I Plus POPEYE CARTOONand

GEM JEWELRY I RD3| Kt'nneth'Tyus of Norfolk, Jacksonville,' spent Tuesday and: To Ella Defendant.J. Trimble5/" whose residence will, if elected, execute Chap. 12 "Congo Bill".
I Va. is being discharged after two ,
Wednesday .of.last week with Mr. and addrebs ,isrt3110: Virginia the duties as Chiefof
: years active, duty ,next week., Ave.,. S.E.,, Charleston, West Vir- ,
Phone 170 Starke Fla ind Mrs. J, P. Dill.
)!. I Mr.- and Mrs.. Walter Dennis of : : ginia. .:.: ?14 ft police. SUN., MON., TUES.,
Mr. and-Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Si: You are hereby notified that. a ??1.. ; -
*. I plan to and discuss AUG. 11 12 13
rr I Fort White:were visiting; Mrs of Duran Miss and Mr. and suit for divorce hast\ been filed -' 1. see I
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: Kate 'Sheppard and Mrs.: E. 'C.,: against you in the above named :h. with each of you jifl---2
Mrs. HugM T. Mitchell and sonsf ]
Court and cause and you are required .. ; -
w :,1 i Priest last Friday. > Brookhaven, MifVL spent the to serve a copy of your t-tL :t.f1; my ideas, one of which ELLA IARODVCII0N ir'
,
I I -, r' 'Miss, Joanne Slade is' spendingten first of'fhe ,week with Mr. and,I answer on or the pleading Plaintiff's to''the.Attorney.complaint 11';- \ .,}; ,would, result in increased BUDDSCHULBERG'5Huana (

.J days with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. drs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida t;:'i ,. "" police protection.I .
Title Building, Jacksonville 2, I '. "
I When the Bud gei Sawyer and family in Miami Mrs. 'Carrie Ingram, who has Florida and file the original, in the % will be very gratefulfor aFacin

: ,Mrs. Nelr.on Green was called j sold her Sweet Shop on Court office of the Clerk of the Circuit 7-j.:;: : .. I _
) I Court on or before thej 9th day m any opportunity to the
to N. D.
'Wahpeton, on Monday: 5treet- making her home with of September. 1957; otherwise ,the _.1"t l
: Needs FriendS ,: by the serious illness of her her son' and daughter-in-law, 'Mr. allegations of said Complaint will serve YOU as your Chief
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\ be taken as confessed by you.' i rof Crowd
t Police.
Mrs. Joe B kken.
daughter
and Mrs. Hugh B. Ingram, ii This notice thall be publishedonce '.
Mrs. Sarah Hunter, Mrs. Bob on Raiford Road. each week for four consecutive nfcAISU ltd HUMANDyGRlFflTHPAfelOANE

Taylor, Mrs. Donnie Mae Ed Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and wej-k in the BRADFORD EAL
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. W. C. BILL
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( ) LANEPaid luritt fcM*.H KH SCMUm'tow* .us11.II u
wards and Miss Rosa Moore wiT family spent the past two weeks 1957.Dated this 2nd day of August, eLit.*...,.,1Ut turn-.t...ftQII 1a

Stop by and 'let's get be in Tallahassee Aug. 12 to 16 it Fernandina Beach. (SEAL) "

attending the School Lunch Conference I. H. E. Bradley will go to Lees- CHARLES A. DARPY. ( Pol. Adv.) Plus "FAST & FURIOUS"
Clerk of the Circuit Court. -
acquainted. We specialize at FSU. burg Saturday to get nia mother, By Marian L. Crosby. CARTOON

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and Mrs. Ollie ,Bradley, who will Deputy Clerk. I.

ih fast, courteous family will go to Tallahassee Friday L- make her home' here with her 8-9-41-8-20 WED. '
THUR. 'FRI.
J-, ,,: ,
to get daughter, Jackie, wlr 30n and family. Charlotte Bradiey I- iv THE'cmct'iT COLIC OF ; :_"-I-:.
loans up to $600 to help BRtDPORI ('Ot" TY, FLORID ,AUG. 14, 15, 16
attended the FSU summer sessaon. ; who has been visiting her IV ChANCERY .,.

you meet your family or From there they will go:tr: grandmother in Leesburg the ALBERT HARTMANN as Curatorof BfG DOUBLE FEATURE
tne Person and Property of '
Baintridge, Ga. to' visit Mr jast two weeks, will also return Elizabeth Letpch, an Incompetent, ACE TO HOUSE.

personal needs. Hotbsj parents,, Mr. and' Mrs. J Jaturday with her father.. Plaintiff A PL

I ,".,;..*.')JI! h., 1 T.. Adkinr. for a' few days. Sen. and Mrs. Charley- oMs'ei Vs.SIMON. J. TEMPLE, et aI, A CAR YOU SE1
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Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter \\ in Tallahassee. on business! Defendants. ,
Order .f PubllratloH and Xotlef
::i"J- ; .. : Kay :and Joan Herl, spena. last "rom Tuesday to Friday.Mrs. .- TO DEFEND 3)) ; ADDS VALUE TO

.* I w week in Baxley. Ga. with Mr S. R. Wallace: Sr.; of 'Pa- ; IX THE NAME OF THE STATEOF

l I II and Mrs:, Elmore' Stuart .Mrs atka spent. the first of, the week To Simon FLORIDA J. :Temple, Mar 1 ah: .L. ,1IYOURPPO/ : EIQri'44

.. .'f Stuart. and daughters Manly with her aunt, Mrs/ Frank Thomas, S. F. Myers, Clara Elizabeth I
Rollins, Edna C. Roll in!, Ray. .
and Nancy, are' spending thir i foover. mod H. Rollins, Wilbur F. Rot '

week with the Harts. i Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Cower tins and Andrew Mace Rol- 0J7HAA/k1 I
tins If alive; and If any of
Cookie llathews, Charlenr md family will leave .Sur day' foi the 'above named person '' be \ ,

Hardy, Carol McRae and Ka' 1 week's. visit with Mr,1 and .Mrs dead then to' his unknown here) -.;' AND
devisees, legatees, grantees, .creditors -. -
Hart .will. attend the J Major tf r C. H. Cowen in Huntsville, Ala or other persons claiming an)

'at Wesleyan College, Macon Janet and Jane Hardy visited' interest in the hereinafter describ; '
camp >d property' by, t' rough' under 01vprainst 2' _. .._k I-'
Ca. from' Aug. 11 to 17. heir grandmother, Mrs. O. W, each such, deceased, and tc I iELIE1
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Joan Her will 'visit her aunt Barry and Mr. Sand Mrs. L. W '\1l persons having or claiming any -
right title ,or interest in or tihe : ;
Mrs. Jack Blackman, in Jack Barry in Br oker last, week, following lands situate ir "=::

vwiville next, week. Charlene Dennis returned Saturday Bradford County. Florida. to-wit fi J.OCU' TRADLM&RKS.1atJ_ |
Commence at an iron stake set
Barbara Yoder of, Jacksonvile> after two weeks visit 'with at, the intersection of the ;;."

LOCAL FINANCE CO. is spending this 'week with her .- at Plummer in Atlanta. Southerly boundary of NW4of 1A
SEU of See. 21, Twp. 6 IT ,ecc1n'.AI__l UIIoIIoOIIotL fICIWI
Rev. and Mrs. W. S,
cousin Kay Hart. McAlilej a. R. 22 E.. and the Easterly AktL'
John Christiansen entered thr and children returned last week boundary, a distance of 371.58
from relatives in West 'of State Road 200 for POINTOF Plus "\VHA 1"8 OPERA,.
114 NORTH WALNUT ST. Lake City VA': hospital on Moi L- visiting BEGINNING and run thencein -

dav following a heart' attack.' Florida and Alabama. While a Northerly direction along 'UILPERS SUPPLIES DOC" Cartoon
said Easterly boundary, a distance
Mrs. C. D. Williams spent away, Rev. McAliley attende of 63S feet to an iron _

PHONES 580 & 581 \ Friday to Monday in Tampa with the'Chur and Communitj;3 stake erly direction; run thence.at right in an anglesto East- 4 333 HEY! HEY! HEY!

Mr. and Mrs. D J. Clark. workshop at Emory University '
: aforesaid Easterly boundarya .
Marjorie .Ellen. and Freddie July 2-18. ," ;"' distanceot, 3(9.43 feet to' an i !4 :'a A-LSp lerpember to stop in,and get

'Folks Find: Us'Fiendly" .. iron .take ,on ,the Westerly i family size box' of, the fin
Thomson of'Mojiticello are. visiting Mary Lu Edwards' spent tin
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:-, Mrs: F._F. Stump this week. Jacksonville ; .,.: .i .4readrufl thence In a Southerly p .
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""eu.TYYVW._. ...4..T t ....ttTt t ry"KEYSTO 'childrftf of .JaeksonrHlerelatives f'W.iri d pItffi' 'titl f'"to the abovedc" e"lJcl >ad4rear isIx gckor., lance : of "el* 'hundred : seventy I' corner of said T.nther f--
scribed lands 7i.'. 'IJlHincl.e.$ t Delaw r4. T ff fgfi' .f. six:-asl '. ninety-tfilx ..hu dredtfuz er. (SWU) of Southeast QuarterI' tiffithat'the.reliCt10iight; in said .
here Sunday. fi>.. simple title thereto" against I\.e It You ate bIJaot.111e4 that aJult (Ciro. &) leet j tO' : pointf= of be .::(SKVi and run thence South suit is to remove 'clouds from and ,-
claims of you ana each 'of ; *4 .. ginning. f CI.ct"srr rees-'eighte.-() minutes. to quiet and confirm plaintiffs
E IGIILIGHTSMrs. Mrs. ,T. JiJ. Norman spent ,.Ue you are summoned ordered yp.u 'afld' for divorce, *ctr tf 'ciistody'.:sand : Parcel- B-A parcel of land I thirty (SO), seconds East along title to 'the :above described" lands

weekend in 'Jacksonville .with her required tCJ file yur..wrUt, answer control of minor children has -lying in the Southwest Quarter the Easterly boundary thereof a* an indefeasible: Iff simple title
or defenses to' ihe'comp1aitirvealdeanse ;bee a. filed against SWU of Southeast Querter I .a distance :'forty-one and thereto .against the. ,claims, of you
Bf J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 lon-1.law and daughter.' Mr. ..andllrs. lathe office of theftuvvoi&4 you in the above mtd Court and' (SE'/.) of Section twenty.!e\'e-n fifteen hundredths (41.15) feet and each of you; and you are sum.
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Nor- Cj); Township Six (O South. to a concrete monument on the rawed'; ordered and required file
Mr.
Af.-r
t II Barney Eggers.. cu. derk\, Florida. before Range Twenty-two. (22) East Southerly boundary 'of the youI.written Answer or defense
a.t. Star on or
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ILAL&AAA&AAAAAAAaebool'u man and arm Gerald, 'and Mr. the 3rd"day" of September.,; 1S57," a to copy the'eomp1Alnt 7 on the Plaintiff Bradford County; Florida, co'n- right-of-way of Bessent Road to tomplaint in said cause In

.Registrations, 'I"daughter Karen 'r tumca and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and. sons and to serve a coay thereof on :Attorney.< AVHUara D. Morgan ;507 taming thirty and ninety-four ,l for point of beginning. the ,office' of the undersigned Clerkof
T have Hollis V. Knight -plaTntiffs' aitofi. Clark Jacksonville 2, hundredths (30.94) acres and Frnm point cf beginning thus said Court "at Starke. Florida,
'There" were eight registrationsfor to their home in Charlotte. C. went up Sunday', and brought. i. ne7. whose Address is.Starke..F.Qr ''Florida BuIMIng.! ? being'more particularly described described. continue South Zero on or' before the !

the Green Cove School Bua vlslt'v.ith'frs. Hancock's her home. Ida. on or before said .dates aa"required and fne the original in the office of ,a* follows: .(0) degrees, eighteen (18) min uset 1957, and to serve a copy
after-a $ by the Laws of Florfda and the, CIrk.of. the.Circuit. Court on Commence at thert west ntts.-' thirty nit 'seconds East thereof en A. J..Thomas. Jr.. plaintiff -
tith ,a possible additional four, mother, Mrs. W. J. Andre. Mf. and Mrs.. Bernard'Ellis the. 1954. Florida .Rules of Civil or- before the 19 day of 'August corner ofsaid --bouthwe along aforesaid Easterly bound attorney whose address I'

Bringing the and daughter Frostproof were Procedure... If yqu failto 90 d9"a tnT: t therwU- the .allegations of Quarter (SWU) of Southeast ary a distance of One Hundred .'-!/ Temple Avenue, Starke..
expected number of :Mrr Frederic! Goodridge of ifeerep' 'pro-'cmtfnso' will be-'entnoa std "Compt ,it wlU be. taKen as Quarter (SE%) and run thence sixty-eight and eighty-five Florida,. on or ,before said date. a
ftlgh 'School itudent-wishing to La"Mesa Calif.neft for 'her home recent quests of the T. N. Nor? ed against ,you for.tha.. reUeder. confessed by 700. South ,Zero (0) degrees' fifteen (1S.8ifeet to a concrete monument required by the Laws of Florida
raanded In the complaint. (IS)" minutes (40) thence North-! and the Florida Rules of Civil Pro-
attend the mans. Thursday of .last week This notice shan be published and. forty ; run eighty-
Green Cove school 'after .avisit,. with her sister and George It' s 'lIeieby ordered 'that thli' .nde tarn- week for four consecutIve seconds East along 'the Wester-- nine .(89) degree,i fifty-four, cedure. If' yt fail so to do entered a decree

twelve. borther-tn Jaw the John Detweil.ers. they had Mr. and Mrs. order and. notice.shall;be poblUh yeeka hi 'the Bradford County Tele- ly boundary'thereof; a distance '(ill 'minutes'-and twenty (20) pro co" fesso will be

Catholic ; McRae bf Tampa s'guests.; once a ,week, for. tgurjconsecutiveweeks' raph.. 'tfsff '.{ .- ::5 of. Two hundred forty-four and seconds; West a distance-.of agaUmt! you for the reliefdemand
Club Meeting While she was here Mrs. rn the 'Bradford Ciuntr TeH Dated th1( .18 day. of .July, 195T. seventy-five' hundredths (244.75) hundred thirty (630) feejt run ,ed' In' the.,9onrplalnt.. .
Z OFFICIALSEAL) feet to..a: concrete .monumentfor thence ,Xortb zero (0))).degrees "it "is* hereby ordered that this.
At the Catholic in I'AteJ egraph a newspapers published -Yi5. (
LOVE the
% O ;achabr YOU'LL new
tJ.tJ 'pt tfe.. odridgft played! thej.piano' Bradford CountyFlorida,and\\.having CharlesrA*.Darby, '.. ", -point.. of:. beginning_. ,eighteen (18) "minutes:andthirty: order and notice shall be publishedonce
dub op "WSdnesda// 'July 31. music": group; The trio brook pntsft-ftlze .fountain'pens'h a general clt'i l Uoii 'In said J, Clerk ot the Circuit CnurfBvvMarla'n .From' point of. beginning thus '(26) seconds West a distance a week for four consecutive

plans were'completed for the was composed Mrs. Goodridge. pastel ,Hhadea.'Only LOS at Bradford : Cuunty.. . .,,.H ';L. Crosby,' Deputy Clerk -described, continue South;,Z.rq i of One hundred sixty-nine and weeks In' the Bradford CountTelegraph.
witness! my hand as Clerkxgf raid J" : ,1;i/19 U. 8" S (.) degrees fif.teen'(15) minutes four :.tenths 169.4) feet ,to a. A.newspaper published
dinner tp' be held at St. Williams Mrs. Ruwll Young, violin and County TeIegTab.DTICP. 1 Circuit Cdnrt of Bradford ounty,' 4 .' and 'forty-(4e seconds EastJalofcg 'concrete monument on afore- .Bradford CountyFlortda; aid

Recreational fHalli&n'AuguJViSttThft ; Mr. Akel l 1 flmg>ea',''''ffiite; 1 Florida-; and the seal .of, said .co\ \ ..- 'IIO1'1tTO 'APPBAKtirmtt said Weer.ly.boun F)' said Southerly boundary)) .run 'havlng-'a'.general'circulation. in said.,
i at Starke BradfordCounty. Finnda -: I. .Cwt 9t4Ut .uty.rurtda .. a .distance of Seven Hundred. thence South Eighty-nine 89) County. i
dinner'will begin at 6 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Al"Nelson entertained ;Jon;the %tb daT'of'-Jutr..;A.! D. ; t 1& .Chameery.GuUeppi'MUxio. "* eightyinjne .and1'thirteen hundredth 'degrees twenty-four (24) min- WITNKSS; my nana as Clerk ,of J

:and !plates will be $1 for adults officers of the % OP INTEXTIOJf 197. '. ,:. .rA L. Plaratif J'Va. Mar. *'. (78J.)3) ( eto .,a oni utes :and Twenty (ZO) seconds said' Circuit 'Court of Bradford
Rotary TO RRGISTRR FICTITIO18 NAME: CIRCUIT COURT. SEAL) W"E. iano R b.9rtl., Miecio. ,Pefe ant. i, erete monument on the Northerly Kastalong:; said Southerly Cpunty. 'Florida'/ and !'the fleal' 'of
and. 50). for 'childm (JJub.j and their wives at dinner Notice! is 'hereby given that the i. Charles A. 'Darby. Clerk. 1) : Cas' ''No/ 10-2%67 boundary 'of .'the rightofwayof .'. boundary' a distance of Six hundred sild Court at Starke. Bradford .
-jw A .. ; u"nderslgned! un4er the provisions .ot Circuit!.Court .of Bradford Setlee ;1'. 'Appears State,Road, ;30; run thence thirty (630) feet to pointof County Florida on this' 23rd. dayof
Duplicate Bridge'Wfflters :bn ixwirsday evening P ee.izig i( Chapter 20.J53. Laws of Florida. Bounty,, FlprldlLi. To:,. lUrclanOk.. RobertaMicdo.. .in,,.an E sterly' direction lotl& .. beginning\ : i. July. A.D.J 1957. .

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle were ,the meeting with the District :Acts of 1941 will register with In _and the bills V. KnightAttorntTt for whose residence' and address is; 'said i Northerly boundary and GREETINGS!! Yon''.trV '''herebynotified >A Chaclea A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court. izzetta>Peatro :'S. Ferinahdof: : 'along -tbe..r. of. a curve said
Plaintiffs. */J "U;, 8:3 that. a suit in equity baa Clerk o( Circuit Court of Bradford
top scorers In last week's play. Governor. The ladies gathered for Bradford County. Florida upon ._. 8.. Nanles Italy... curve having 'a radius of Eleven been brought against you and each County Florida.. I
receipt of.proof of publication of : Ton .i. 'i.", eby notified that a Thousand three hundred fifty- CIRCUIT1 '
SEAL
Nelson home to
.'Jliey! were followed In second laterat the Judge. of .you as defendants In the above ( COURT
name'of Of'c.h. Bradford .
this notice;. the fictitious IM Cart -
Suit for divorce., care custody and nine and two tenths (11.359.2) .
L.. G. A. J. Thomas Jr..
entitled Court'and by .
place by Mrs. Ketchum and Mrs. meet Mrs. Henry Dew, wife of Mae TI'oultryFarm. under which' we CoBBtr, State' *<' "f'.,.. Control: of minor- cbUdren feet and being concave to the Powell.: also known cause as Luther G. 203-205 'Temple Avenue
are.engaged' In business on High- !* Probate. .. has been filed a.alut'JOU' in th* North -a chord distance of Six '
Phelps, and third place was taken the District Governor.Mr. Brooker Road) 'Starke RE Estate of 'John B. Orlffls de"( Powell individually and Joined Starke. F1rIda'Attorney. .
vaT 227 .(. : abe.. named Court aid cause and hundred s88ntY6Ixand forty- I ,
by Mr* Menzes and Mrs. Car- aM Mrs. George Blu and Fla. -. '- : ceased. .' """ I; ::- '*"' von arerequltec11 servO a copy of6ur five hundredths (676.45) feet I with 'John H. .Powell as Executorsand for Plaintiff.1f1 4t 8/1'
Trustees'of the Estate of
JUrtln Rodriguez,' P. O. Box :II. NOTICB. OF:IXTKJITIOX TO MAKE aaslrer or pleadln' to lh. to an iron. stakesaid 'chord Ii
; f'. Duplicate players in this puest eniovpd a visit to Daytona Graham, Fla. half I Interest,, ,. : ATPUCATIQN FOR FINAL complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney "* having a bearing: of South J ,:

area are welcome Thursday: B6arh.Wst week. Antonio Perez P. O. Box 13, Gra- ... .., PISCHARGB WlHiam D. Morgan." 507 Clark Eighty-one .(81). degrees. thirty NOTICE .
ham. Fla.. half interest. TeAR Wkm, Itill.wt.at'enu i .Building; Jacksonville 2. Fla. (30) minutes and Lhlrty..fourUI
evenings' at 7:30: at the Woman's t Mrs: W. W. Leffingwell of tbst Notice is hereby given that the following described land will be sold
Dated thlo 2nd day of August. ) Notice is hereby glv'eo we and file the original ta th. office seconds East; run thence
Bradford have filed final report&. Co- f the Clerk of the Circuit Court at public auctlon'pn Monday-the 19th day of August.- 1957..a. City Hall.Lawter .
dub of Keystone Heights. Jacksonville was the guest of A.D. 1957 at Starke our on Northsix () degrees ''twelve
State of Florida to the amount clue
: County of Bradford.: pay.
County' Florida; ,dmihistrators the.estate of John r .before tb,. .. (12) fifty '(50) sec-
> 5zninutesand .
Varty'For Minister her daughter .Mrs. J. Russell 8/% .U 8/23 B.. Grlffls. deceased;"that' we-J.have iy day,of. A #uSt.- 1967; ends West a distance, of'Two for:taxes herein set opposite to the name, together' with' all coats of sue H

"ANwel Young last week. -. tiled our p tltlon.' for final .dis- therwtse ,the ailegatloaa of sail hundred seven aud forty-three sale and advertising. ,
Malcolm Davi and family charge and that we are applying Complaint will be. takea aa coufesskd hundredths '(207.43) .feet to an CITY OF LAWTEY WEST OP-RAILROAD' '
) be The Rev. Richard E. Byrd NOTICE OF BID OPENING to the Honorable Theron A.' Yawn. by yon.- 1953 usa
,guesjs at "Going Away Irtm stake thence South
U I. Sealed bids will be received In ,of Bradford County. ,2rbiI.not14 shall Be pvtune. ; 'run I G. W. Roberts-E. 125 ft. of Lots 5.eBlk 4 !..SOG .
Party" $fin tKe'form QfX:covered, minister of. St. ..Annels. Episcopal the office of the Business Manager County Florida Judge on...\-.40 day:.rot, August, Once each W..k for four consecutive eighty-three seven (47) minutes(83) degrees and ten, forty-(10) W. Roberts-E.: 112 ft of Lot 4 Blk 4 'u ept E (0 ft 15.46
been the Ch at Florida State Prison.-'Ralford. Flor- Earl rirevatt-Blk. 14 except Lot' 7 ,' 760
Church haa plalt1. iSST.f'or the and reek* In th..B1ADFORDCOU
dleh ;,atJthft Baptist ; approval'of aame seconds East .distance of. One ,
: <
dir ; and.lot later tban'.IIJO''A..f r-- 1,5&Ceo.
to 7.00
Ida. up rpY.F.nRAPsl. If. C.-Harley-BlkJI-e*,Lot L
phurchon FayugustLat 1 Camp, 'Weed this week. Young, : .,. EST. August 19, 1957, for ttrsftors for final of, discharge,.tbe' estate.as of iCo-adminl-John fi.CrlffU t Dated ,thii-i dr of July.19; .';' Hundred:: five (105)'thence.'feet to'South an F.; jYoung T2st X% :r P.lk 24\ i ,- ", .,60 4.60R.

7.3f p.fra. Thhrhamflies 'people from St Anne's who have the purchase of Theatre Equipment.' .deceased.. OFFICUAi 8EAW Charlei. /bates Six Iron'.stakes(6) degree'run twelve. (12)minutes'and'fifty : L.' Bfadlev-East' 200 ft of Diag- Lot 7 I J,00 '..50.Alfon .
Information concerning- this -equipment -. : Cletk' of the CIrcus CecilB7 p GrlffLs.-Comuw ata'point.2a'ftNotCor of Stale !'- .
:.US'; L
This the..Zfth of July. seconds
and friends will 'gather.to express itlended the camp are: Dianne and bid forms may be secur Robert B. Griffis and Dolph Uarlaa.U. Crosby, Deputy t1.Pb (50) hundred St and Lake Ave ttn W side- nf State .St and t .

their wishes for the Brokas Delia Hardenbergh, ed from' the Cnistnes Manager. Griffl' Co-Administrators 4>f of'--' 1/U U''lIt. East seven a..diotancs and forty-three of Two hundredths .1 run .N 20 ft W'70ft: N JO ft .W 30 ft., 8" 60, ,ft E-.'f .
Florida State Prison Post Office 5 30.ft.iN .20 ft E 70 ft to.P 0 B ZO.08 21." ;
pastor land J& ] ) !th.el Bank. ,Nooney. and David. Servls.'VVVvvyyvvvyvyyyyyyyv. pox .%%1, .Ralford. Florida. 4 said, fiftat T.U' .4t. 8-9. J* The.'Cirrwit C.mrt *f :pW,.. 1 ''en'aforesaid(207A3)eet. .to Northerly an'iron bound stake CITY OF LAW-TRY" EAST OP RAILROAD; ..': .' ._ '. i
'wdrk tJl" 2t 8/; I..latla ..JudIcial! Cirrklt. .U' And Sadie3 Crawford-.--Lot 9 :, oe' I. ., 2.00 8.51Joyce.Bennett \
new- In Hogansvllle, Ga.On1Leave' -run thence in, an Easterly ,. .
ary
', ; l. '
-' la' The: .Go5t7.Jfldge'I O .f In Far Bradffri CBly, 1& cu. Erown-j-WH of Lot IOA %.5
-* : direction along' said Northerly
: NOTICK ''. '. Fer Bradferd .C Mty, Fl.rIdO. eery; v "r'f;';.+ *, b.undary'and along thearc Callfe .Iest--Lnt21O'ft N&S by' 105 ft E&W; to oj.. ;"j el !.6( .
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Edelsteln .. Sealed bids wU) be received 'by !A>Pfe" 'f;"*/"?< '" .'- I0.: POWELCJ'also7 known 'as having aradius S. !.f.' Brow--E 15 ftOf? Let 6&'E 54 ftnof L.t 7. r 8.$0Je
Airman of5 ,
lc| Mare ; ; a curve s hcun'el '" '
LUTHER G.- POWELLt lndt4IdualIy Armstead Lots 3,4.5 & 6 of. Lot 13 4.09> 4.59
son of Mr& Bert Christoffers of : : RlSJNG The Board Bounty of PubllcInstructiojfofBradford Florida, at thq of., it, bHi; .N dsf; > 1174I3f "nd joined \with"J hn.H-POWELKi : of' ElevenThousand I three t0teith.s5I.Z9.2) Wilbur Jenkins Lot 7 of'Lot. IS ". J.,O 1.S0

Hd"fMdsoh flee of tbe Superintendent of PubliClnstrueUon.1n.Stark.e.FtqrIda Tke.Estlte,- ':-".of Jy! *'AOraot" '-", 8 Executors, and Trustee's of the hundred fifty.ru.ine feet-.'oOd and teiigncaVC'to \V.V. 'Barber-Lot 1 SiD of' L t-13. >( ',"". I .. ., UO ,'.J.5 o ,
Keytone'Heghs' ;. up ;LiaaOg lPJLtG' ;'PTBT1TION Estate_ Luther. C.: Puwell deeased. -: Ute North 'achorddisUnta. "4)IRflPrjelcJ-NJi of Lot I5. ; "- 4.00 4.50 ;

ad LeibowHt By Bin. Gordon JonesIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA t", 19:00 a.m.. Saturday August 17, ,roa .FINAL OISCI1AROK 07. .' ia1ntlffs.tEvCrsus.' .. SEA. of Six Hundred-fiftyf Joyce Walker% of'Lot 15' =-j -.'..0' -;?-IC.It'1'. :
POARDI? "AIRLKE :JSB { of Lot
: RAILBOAD Robert, ott-One A in Corofthat portion
of Gainesville, is spending 1J57. for the moving of the Heil- DJIU8TR"'TOR! twq and wventy-three, hundredths :
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Defendants.
COMPANY et al ::18.lying W: of. old ,L/M Rd
bronn School building toa '. .
leave from Lackland Air Force new site Spring in Starke. Florida: i>: :All W....H rf.r t.actrit '. '. KOTICE;pF 8UT monument-(652. ). .feet'.to'oil the: a ,Easterly concrete 'Also'S S9 ft of N. 2ST ft of tot 'S' -.- J.Q0t.60
;Notice Is hereby 'eivea- that '. ? rn'rae ,Kasae Of The State Of Bertha Florence-Lot 100 ft E&W by 874 ft NetS In
bid received after specified South-
aforesaid
Base at San Antonio. Texas, Mrs. Rosa Mae Thomas'arid time Any and date wilt not. be considered. hare filed ray Final Return as FI.r1da I' : west'boundary Quarter'of (SW ) of, Southeast SW cor of Lot 17 ex S 137 ft 2.00 3.00

with hs mother. Airman Edel- children are visiting Mrs. Mag- Each bid must hp accompanied Administrator theestate' of Eva t To: .'Seaboard Airti'e Hit II road S Quarter (SEi'.vun; thence Louisa Brown-Lot 70 by 137 ft in Lot 17 1.5CAlso
A Urant< dec aiedT$ ; that;. I bafe Company;' ", f1'rporiUondllly..utborlt..d \ : WK of E% of N .335 ft of Lot 31 ex. N
by a certified che.k or bid bond aforeign North Zeru (0) degrees eIghte.nIi '
stein of Gainesville
i a graduate tie Norman and Robert Norman In'.the. amount of five per cent! of filed my Petition for Final Discharge to do business tu ) minutes'and thirty (30) 100 ft' :S.OO
High Schol and a former thlsweek. base bid as guarantee. that the and that I.: will apply to the State Florida; Florida Rail- seconds "West along said Easterly David:Mack-Lot 100 ft E&W by 34S N&S InLet 17 2.00 2.60.
the Honorable Theron A. Yawn. Clifford Kelly-Lot 40 ft E&W by 346 N&S In Lot }7 %.'JO :2.50
student of the University Flor bidder., if awarded the contract.will. road Company now known as boundaryra: disiancnpf Nine '
o Tlrs. of live County Ja..e .ot Bradford County, .' Also Lot 36 15.00 15.50
Charley Phillips
within ten consecutive days Atlantic Gulf.aAd West India hundred eighty-one and eighty- :
ida. t.KNot. after written notice being given ef Florida oq tie1h dayof August. Transit Company A.,' .Flprlda corporation two bundredths (981.8 feet to I" I.:: D. Seymour-W 60 ft of N 94 'ft of E lIe it. Lot 'IS S.OO 3.60
Oak visited her niece Mrs Lawton such award. enter' into written 1957 forapprevaf of isarae-aad 'final and kiorlda Railroad concrete monumentlrun tbenceNorUi Robert Austin-Lot 80 ft ,E&W by 102 ft. N&S in Lot.18 !.a
;
Crawford last week" discharge as .Administrator ef the M.. L.: Crews-Lot 19 :.00 %.5)
of of ,
contract with the Board of Public ', company the .State Florida, eighty-nine, (89) degreesfiftyfour 5
estate. of Eva A Grant', deceied.This. John Godwin--Lot 20 ex one lot in' NW Cor 100 ft
Walter Muhlhoferhadjecerit of E'radford a.dlsaolvtd Florida' corporation minutes and
Instruction County. (54)
Mr. Kenneth Thomas' spent t st'week ,
a ; 17th,4ay--of! July.. claiming ". N&S-by-400 ft E&W .- ., 1,00 7.00
i All work shall be done In accordance t- > rule Ml, parties interests twenty. ((20) seconds West 630 ,
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from Chicago. with his cousin Mrs. Dorothy sDeWitt C. :onqs.- ,. Arthur -Lo 23A ex N 100 ft 4.09 4.50
vsitr with plans, specifications and tbrtwghi under, or-against said feet to a concrete monument;
Administrator- the Estate of I :
Mrs. Mflhlhofer's brother, George in Lakeland. .contract ;toeomentswhich war, be railroad ; companies; James T.Sautter run thence North Zero. (0) degrees Freddie 'Pell-Lot 24 1.60
White Eva' A. GJ'lWtdeceised.-., '':', Jolui- Frank, & Lula Bell-Ix>t %5. 1.59
exam.lnedat tbe Office. of the. Sup 11, ,,John McRae Mamie .eighteen (1*) minutes
Hill, hi| wife and daughter, and i We are glad to report that erlnt ndent. **-j; A*. .. ':_,., '_ Y 6'r _.t'."Sj18. on Austin; Clifford Johnson. Bry. and -thirty X30) seconds.West, Florence' Bell-W 55 ft of Lot. '26. & 26A .7 : '. 2.50
Mrs. Hill's Bigottl. Norman Bidder's qualifications I54Utb. I .: J" ; J. s. ant 'w. HQ ;Robert is .back home ''IOlttsfa tory to the Board.Apl.:? I 130'nezTb31'; *&* ...Hhtiii lam ll BostWlcK, ''R. '4' SIt&ddtM'k. Jty-nine-a'nH four"fent'hsift9.4c,. :. -'l'I: %.JA'Lei' ''2s.f .Lot, 57, : II. : ... ,:..': UQ,4.. tiUo."I".-
long the mohtlB.Mrl: f rniItitbe hospital and doing CI pIt $ adfd ,, J i1BenjBjniirFinnrj'xf] So x SO west oLRdIn l t.t. .119'
Instruction ofi Bradford C141Florkfa. ,. ,-Ceut, ,rA: Jamteaoip saiaCadiliaVJainiefcn i feet dicoMerete ,IrJQMIU enli-uq -
R. Cr4. b : : fit -tJG 'l'It I. 4 Th**Board of" A 'It fp- Fladdat Ia C5eeevfPrederc1vD. f' '' '. hIss wUTe H.Jf alive anft.,1 If?any .,\ Ilei S'.uJ1t1IX opnd4r.' o theitghtLf'icnyf" 'liL.iwiif Robert knklriiJLoV00'f byf-SoO-In-Lot' at. "L"J S s2.I3''Ll2.6oRili f %.OQ t0: .
Xl&aft 1 .of. 16 .
ig
struction of Bradford Ij County, BtIeiL. Pl.tttt"'LRodC etHic abovI&med'pWsei Be dead BeYeni"Rt5d; t.Ue-fi'1ffot..Ji SID .t3l J' -j'; -
0 Mrt,' H t", ''I ;pl3 Jones is home afterW&We Florida reserves the right{Uo waive .Wlllfe j'!u Dofen4apt-" heir tor'his orc( eunk 01r1i sp< DVe t alt'MKK"ifttrtli( :Eighiyinq. .J.Iaqy"KHlJe .Lot S In 15 'and WAo'ot'Lot 4$ .OO .!..5D1..telSsl.r
. \ ., Ii ki JCas" m H-s17 ((24) Bartter-S& 165 ft otILdt:13V.4.A. d.t-: U8
\. M. l ) with her grandps* \AplleltJnan"ttA nd.4 Iele l heirs devisees. ; .creditors. c.,: ( degrees twenty-four .
I }t \ 5etlrel T. persbUsidirliriteany 1 r -West 1 A of Lot 33 .SI
tsetfiv
Appeari. :.All "r
1f y'1iH} tlttd8it' S'"qN .ft; 9I' and etHe iiiiiiutest I aitf Twenty .20) ;' 1h '.
!)a. wa)i I visitor last week [1 MMrFIid Mrs. EdwarftKogfr' "-.1 & ;1"10 1 ;tt '. :p .\ ,1. I' ro jwilil. .Rodgew.VhoSe.real- inter, infithe 'r'opwtr4h "cttdB!. West along' said Southerly Britt-Lot 33.I .1 ACDn Vi 'Ifd'. : t. CIi :1If:
bet, Brother-In-law arid' w, ; ,t< \ m tnt dance urdaddress trViknVil .war natter."Af.lcrlll' 'by..i thrpugh. 'tJM unaary a distance of 'Fourhuhdrett'.vfairt'isixr.'and' ).r1.J!' mtthlbrt> A'Orer'Wjp ''!( IR4I, ( .t'UUI' It'.fj""t..
man ottdrLake.. i cX-U > eceuy notified- t4p fait e OQr- tr ''eac1P''etrch udeJce3seji ? Myni'H !<' |..ria PeepIe.N 130 ft E .ot Rd In Lot as %.50

1*. and Mrs. Gerald Culberson.Ifis Little Sandra Thomas of'"Eglut ..Judicial.Tke.41e.tCstbI; Ctrfttotff : oi': .5tJ it i .J.r. Ivore. ? -, Y"t.: J ,7 :.] 4 FI.ori4aLanau6..LthM.niatie1 :fire !ihnndrf4tha> (4,46 5)4eejr.-Xo' f AifeeVt_'Johj 5nSOn rAEir &.Qr .-.-. !I- -.f..lI't''T. Z ZfIf.S
FIA"Ic1 :
IJ"'td .
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h43f -i1OO 305&
: Gus Alderman left M bee.'tUt4 a or Florida and ..ft.cbneteC ntunl2ruent. run sm1thIiot.17= :: : n- :- ;
onWdne4ay Field spent.last week with 4xQ-" '*2ldter- '"'tW-j-iMiLzt. ;:.' |fepTj a.med CeurV,Mtff eaj ta'i-UM _Ot8 Law Company! >kiidfrrati4n ",',thtnC iSooUv.O), nCJs. Il 1Ltcn. Ue-Lot f2. !.OO .50
for Rldgecrest.Conference" the lyn Jones. F. F'.1 w:M Ckvarerr5r*? 1lffi'j'1Mamie rou. arlreaurred to serve a Compan ,. ".bo9 f, rnr4orOip.4j dii! ij(15)( I I.,min.u.tes and ,fprty (40) : niiieJtewart.-.ttt4fpl4'1P13} of tJ r. '. 1
1n >Diioivet: a1.sitfIc4b} Mir .1nr. or'v pUa Baptist t 4 Mrs. Rosa'Mae Thomas ha& t! &. 1I'. .mpler'et' ''iii,-Lefei4Md.,j .- f exci f 2. $0
; oe "1'P1antif., 4jory all.ptiP ;clllnInk' hifrrP5t'.by;I 1:.i hudrd y' '!)einc. H Heightnine fOA, (,. 4' '. t)/ .2...
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Nor arUna ..jJBKjyed fcjjj cio Florida aftJbj::';.OHDEtOPV8LCATIOCA7D- 1o .. .I )lItkn1-1.t. korian; 0'\,1 tbroup under ttr .agala.-said;COE> 1(1 i OOIIcret 19m.Mencf ,UwsNvth "tC9 riy, dbett..f11i f' 'Ut' '1t"r& ie; ft'L&W
.aOTICW TODEFEa> '. :3-00
attend ism )1lui1thgL Jacksonville 2. Florida poratin] )i Charlie pellV: whose (89' degrees, '1 itt uwi ?
Ithe conerd big gone four years. She aVTh I IN :'l'JJErfNAm.nJl'j''lI. 1 i\II flfa .the,,erlgaaaj In ,(Dp,,orrc. resident*Jis? 9'JWes1 Zlatf Sttnf: ,"{ t-enty.fo t n'HrtIUes t"M!'"ames t$will Barber-Lot 100 ft N&L.I409jtY1n|
.and )(P.r }; Jt1l the Irtofthc' C1cu1t.ourtne Lot 53 ." 2.00 3.01)
R. Mr' 'Des children are living atj EC1 f\\ Apartm1nk4r Wfi Yprk,4w I) s M MQ. llu.f -iJI..J. i jECer- -
datfehter *' !6J IId.. l..f. : .1 9:' befrecbez $tbr dafojuguet, Tprk1; D a-nKh-jei-and'Bertlia The :9 t1f' )\ 1ithifVUllams-400 ft E&.W.by. ''ZU&S Jn.J at J2_. .2.50.
o Jackn J'gs1tO'WeS Fietd.dna. :waTt1nf r hefltt. ; br1s ans..L;.. t: S q.ii l r& :J'U. 4thCrwlse-the a11eg.atons ofisJd Jell,,'his' w1f whose; resfdenc Is 1flitff1J,1IIJt1)toeW3It1U1t..rfcel ] >sley-S% of Lot 51 and.J. Lot B. ot -saroB In.

at Park'! of band. CWO Robert C. ThoofUSXI3l'ndtL ; Elizabeth ,R JUpf; jj9 nQt. cm4ttftt .wZItdb'.IAke. a. "06..Etost .North ..street. StarkpKorhJai C-A parcel of land l j3W' Cor of Lot4I4.iiik1 .!.J -i h'f.t:1. 'oJf 3,00

: c 1in--L.\VUblit t-.F, bJ1i f 3ttt1 4Is.-a.. f lQ. Jl _I'\---i't" :. : Leroy Dell and zfc ielU: "Wfnkf in the Southwest Luart4)1JtIL\'s O ,AWTEY OTT' SUBDIVISION:

TtttOa X3&JBG* A1b\1 r- R: \ rA"'. :iI'A. .I i"hla |notice 1 n br "J1I1Udieitice '. .Dl'lI. his ,.wife. KihM.resldeh is .(gE ) of .Sedij1n''trint1'-flHM .nt1i! !ifJ..llltl:)} j IJOtq fJ: \Jt;
a1t1t .nd"\f. ayv tiaubOvenamedpersonb. 'week:for four conaeoutlv :. : .
the each
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Pms que, ,N. I L,,.who will Hallendalev Florida. ; Roosevelt Dell Z7).I T6wnshlp sir: I) South > r.- '
( -r ? 'dead theit6.hlsunknown *eeka tn the'Bradford County,T 1.- ft'of Lot-1 1.00 2.50
Sibiey : and Jcltye' fle.ll.1bls wife whose Range and twenty-two. .(22)). Sam Brown-One-third Int In S 200
November after 20"ye.rst ser- heirs-- devisee legatees gtapn./ ;; \ ;-. residence .RFDv Starke Florida; East. Bradford County. Florida,, J. L. Nicholson-Lots 10 & 11 2.00 %.:Q

Zephyrhills. grantees, creditors or other!persons ( Dated this' 23rd day'of July 1957. OscarDcli and.\ Marian., Dell his containing two and forty-five! Lizzie McGuIre Est.-Lot.12 4.50
:! demons vice.Glad claiming' any Interest in. the.. hereinafter Official-seal) Charm1 4. Darby wife.: whose --residence Is Starke. hundredths (2.45) acres and beIng -. C. C.. Anderbon-Lot 100 ft square in NE Cor'of Lot 15 2.00 2.50
; to report that Mrs. Her; :" described property,' Jby. I'. Clerk' of the Circuit Court Florida:/. .DeWJtt. ...Parnell whose more particularly describedas' [ Ethel D. Reddish City Clerk

hive left for: a* visit I in the Adirondacks bert Norman is doing fine after; through under, or -against each By Mariaa,L..Crosbl.Deptrty ClrVr residence .Is c/p-'Florida State-Hon- .follows: :, '. City. of "wtey, Florida. I'l'
such deceased, and to. the unknown W. .'j4.2$48.lG J .. ; -. 7/2 4t b/Il'
with headquarters at a serious operation.Mr. beirs:\:devisees, ,.legatees grantees p. :> j pTfai Chattahoochte Florida; -.* 'stt die Parnell and LoUie, Parnell his
Cfoversvllle, N. Y. and Mrs.. Gordon Jones creditors other persons claiming la The Circuit ;'Co.rt. ElghtkJoelrlal -S wife whose residence is.,165 West ": S S.. -S : 'S' .' e5
interebt In the
''Mr. 'and Mrs. .George Massa and Carolyn have been vacationing any property by.hereinafter through ,described n-- ; Clrevt oi 'FI.r.a. !_, art 130th Street.Ne: York New York; '

and daughters Phylis and Gina. in Jackson, Miss, and Memphis der. or against, Andrew. M. Rollins, Fat_ 1-2Zfi tfiitotA..Cnmtr. .:I-C.aaeft. .label .ParnellJJryant; .her, husband 'rand whos Tb.JllasBryant. restdCneI'1ood : .'. .,
deceased. and N. P. .Christiansen. t t' \ .j '.
visited ARBARA-tinAlw ) Village. Apartment
Mrs. Massa's'brother' and 'Tenn.Among deceased: and to all persona havingor ; .' t p' '
1A, Fort Hood,. Texas; Robert :
Plaintiff- )
a Sister-in-law, Airman 2e[ JohnT. the visitors of Maggieand claiming any right title or Interest I I; vs. l.PYROJfT Parnell and -Allege Parnell his \
in to the.following lapds "Look
or Mom
Croft and Mrs. Croft in Sav-' Robert Nonuari last "week situate in Bradford County, Florid. EDWARD "GEBV. ,.Stark wife.- ; whose Florida.B residence is 'RFD. I" no- buncl.1 g
,HARD.; .- *. ) '.C, ; .ilqluisojia and
innab last weekend.Col. were Mr. :and Mrs. Albert ''Nor da. to-wit: f Defendant. ) x>uella ,Johnson. hJs-*lfe. whose + t rt I' ,
Beginning at the point! of the '
vd Mrs. David A. Nelson man .and son of Mulberry. Mr. intersection, of the Easterly NOTICE TO.DEFEND resident is 1839. >v tvJrd.StreetJackson.tllle : ., J..' t' J -
Flor1i1 .
., Christina ,
TO: BfRpX". EDWARD. 6E;HARI>. -S.
have returned from a vacation and Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson and of boundary State Road line of 200 rightof, with the way !2215 Bridge AV ;'Cleveland.. Ohio. Johnson Digge and. Hlohn Di'ggs; j.. .

whIch tt>ok them to Ocean Park, children and Mrs. Maude .Morris Northerly .boundary line of rightof !I You- Ire'. eby. 'taotihed that-"a Rt her'z'-husband Box.f whos8. ? idence- .. J f.i,
suit. ftt divprcfe 'has' been filed 45 Stake ..Florida; : :: t.
Maine I here they were guests .6I_Gainesville. Ml' Marie .Row erly.way of Sapp Street (form gaihstyyotf 14 the above'entitled Howard Johnson and, Katie' Johnson t t ;. r .f ..f .. ;

of fri rtds .and. .Jto PotUad.herj land /Orlando 'Mr and stake set at.such pjtntt Intersection -with- the .510 ABQulth St et.. Baltimore.
4 .
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Aey attendedta '.weddAg- Mihza Royal 'and, Mr. and., Mrs .(and which ;point is Clerk if this Court, and to serve Md.:' Edna Bost 'lck'Smlttr and 'Ben J
280.S8 feet.'distant. -from., and TlatntlffV At- Smith. her husband wkose'' residence ; ..
thereof upoft
They atto attended a weo'dlnj'lnLitUetoe. \VaDaceWhite'ot 'Lakeland I Tflr. bears South 17 Degrees 4S minutes a Jorney copy,!, Samuel V... Hotch 409-A is. 363 Kenneiworth,4 tceet. ',

Mass, and spent a 'and Mrs. Garland Osteen' 'of West, .from the, Intersectionof Main Street,,Dajrtqzva Beach..Flor- Detroit 2, Michigan Clint Bost- ,
the Easterly boundary line nth !1 1'er"than.I2h: 'cJa,'" f wick whose reside lice I iru General
ida.
weekend on Cape Cod with mein&ri Jacksonville and Joe Norman. .
of the of .f State .
Right Way
July It?.1 \ Jtt;Au r---.U 5-- .: Delivery; farke.. ..Fiorida;..Hestr
of; the family. The Nelson The Bible Road 200 with' the North line of da U Thomas whose 'residence "is
12th
Bayleaa Highway's _Ida. "later than yof ;
nqt S'r p :
Block 4 South Range 2 West of \
Florida\
August!rltS7/ Starke ; and t 1 -the tmknowa. < : A) '.< rS
? .t'L.jlJfb
family tad several '
gal'1erinp.lit School ended last Friday night Simon.J. Subdivision .
Temple's )
,
COURT SEAL' t spouse; heirs devisees, .
'which time the three brothers Rafter' two weeks. A weiner roasl. FOR A POINT.'OF PEGINNIXQ., ( e-, Charles.A,Darby.- .. grantees,: creditors and alt' .other t / 'ifi ,'. ':. ,
thence run 'N rth M7- degrees ;
:
and their I frnfls ,n4 the 'two was held. in. the church yard for 46 minutes East and along 'bald'1 I Starke.-Clerlc':1 CircUIt Florida.Court. persons; :.proper"claiming.reln-af any ter interest'..describedby. inh& "S ':.' ,:...

testers tnd .famines were' 'aIr together everybody after the commenc.eraent Easterly boundary line of the Jury 12, .19,1 2S.. 'Ua:'.Z. s.1li7.. through under or against 'S right of of State Road 200 ,- j" .
way
Jesse Johnson; deceased Clifford 'VS5 4 .
for the first time in some exercises. for a distance of 940.68 feet to I NOTICE ,-OF .I3ITEJ"Tior Johasia.: also known as.Cllft. John- .. f .

year 'one 'sster. Mrs. Lloyd 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones the North liae of Block, South. TO RESISTED FICTITIOUS JUliE eon._ deceased. Billiard. .Johnson i.."., ., '
Range 2 West of said Simon .J. Notice Is hereby given that the deceased; Jes Johnson; Jr.- also : :;f-.d" :,' :' i
|rbeej an4-her,husband having and sons visited relatives at Temple's Subdivision thence run I ..r' .
: undersigned .urider'.the vprovtslons known as Jesse Johnson deceased, .t' 'i' .,
Just returned from mission serHce Lady Lake last Sunday.Mr. Sooth 73 degrees 16 minutes 10 of Chapter:%,53; Lawot Florida. J t S. Johnson also ,knQ"n.as Israel tJ .-.. "f:. -
M
Seconds East and along the Acts ot 1941. will register with the Johnson deceai<.dA.Jane! Johnson t,
in India under the Congregational and Mrs.: W.,E. Lewis and North line of Block 3 South Clerk ,of.-the:-Circuit Court ii. and sBbsrauejitly known asJaHle ; \ ; 1

Board. While visiting Mr. and Mrs Cecil Lewis and Range 2 West and along the for.:Bradford'County, Florida, upon Johnson, Parnell.. .det'e s.d. James )1 :.
North line of Block 3 South receipt of proof of publication If Johnson and 'Louisa 'Johnson, his ,:.:
their daughter and aon-lri-law, tamily of Plant City visited ,the Range 1 West of said Simon J. this notice the: fictitious name of wild, both .deceased, and Hattie d

Dr. and Mrs. ''Richard-Crowell In :E. C. Lewises Thursday of last Temple's Subdivision for: a distance Shepherd Radio& Television under Johnson Dickens. deceased;: andto '; <'

Cambridge .Mass. the Nelsons : 'of 871.63 feet to the-We'6t. .which ,I .engaged business.at any and -all unknown persona :
,week. erly boundary line of the right ,*6 W. Call St. Starke, Florida.. having .ar Lisixuing.av right./title.
witnessed the baptism of their Mr. and Mrs., J. T. Corbitt of way al Seaboard Air LIneRallroac > Irrwao.IX Green. .Ralfo$.Road. lies, or*interest by. through under .'.
Nelson Crowell. at a point -100 feet "Starke,. Fla,- 'sole owner. ,. or aganst 'anrotsaid: nane4'4e
Philip "
grandson have returne4 to Fort from the 'centeriine the West ,
Myers i .Da.ted..mit2fU day of July. A.D. Pendants in<, or tothe. following
The '.baptism took place in the after a two \weeks visit With'Mr.iIiEILELO main track of. said .Railroad. 1S57. at Starke Bradford County lands situate .a114 .lyIBK lnBradford !
thence"rin. .South 17. degree J3 TlQli.; '.1 .-, "'. County; TJorhJa--* it:' iX .ui j* ;&* :".
:: ; ; > A1{
Church of
First Congregational 'and' .' )Ltw\s. : l ? 'bllnotu' 50seco5ds.. .Wts 1.a_ .1' "": .JII.U". l!' ,. 'ParceArAr -p.zt41 .frtJatrt'l/. T --S il

Cambridge Mass. 1 : log jtne Westerly boundary; -"S.- I' ing '.ia'the : Southwest .QuarterSWit of"i -' '. .
.and said- railroad,right 'oCwayfor> J .. TO-CREDITORS > ( )-i f Southeast, ,Quarter r -'I"oS' .
Mr. Mrs'Gid Des Rocherof I i ; -
-a distance of U7.n'feet: to the --.c )... Statvte' I .(SEU1 or.S cUon twen y.- ven :'.: *. "* *''" tes I J --- .

Miami wen>V'$"i t1J ij NN -Northerly' bo.ndarlel said.. i Sapp .y :..:;.f thetmlr Judge <2lvnrQwnshipL-'"4S). South.'' ':' 't W.f'j it ; -_ *."_; .. rv-H 0. '
: '. Street shefiee ru'rth 7gdegi4esS 1'II4f. .Co..tT, -I.pta. ; Range nt.two.U"* til..Eattt. W .r J..T g :- ( '3Y T,, .
F. Grayson on Saturday enrouteto .. .' c'tf .
: .Wesl .
jyafnutesi t4 .
'.. -r1a'Prqbatp.: < ,.. L" Bradford 'County.:.FJorida.. ten 'r { 1DISHSMNG'CAUETHISEA i {! ,
:
Durham. N. C. and :Memphis, along .the Northerly boundary In..te.EtetcotLawrence J.obbp. 1sinAniIsty-tour. hundredths't.d4 ; jf
II, Mn : Aooel Norman of.Sapp Street,for a. distance'-of decftaaedv' "' "**"' 1t -.v )' 4 T .1 jt, .kM "*x"r. -- .
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Twin. t *! '
$ 4
f $\ irj. .f 1.&f& *.' ..A'&a A&&&& nUt feet to said Point of -Be- 1'-All'tredii.r* sad reran._...- ticularly"-described: as follows:' :: 'J:. 1'; "'- ._-or: "" :LtV'1 ir -. ;
Mrs.. Carleton>'''H icock8laiHJ t.. : : .... i..v .1tt '. '' : ., ', gInIn9.b.Ii1g'JIilr of_ ,Block.,.3Souths Uftlatau or De..... jtgalaataUfCMatci ,ContmeneeJ'- the'"' Southwest .' "u n_ nCcm .una. lo.' I
:'I.'f .7. t &,tr-west ana, 4 an t. 'corner of aforesaid 8.M1tltwht : 4 ;; ; '-Ji' f.
__ aminWf iSuretime.(3ujhrt'coiehygi.
-.--- that part of' Bl ek 3 South. ? .
-- 1i The .'Union Tod..a4.achlof(; you are hereby Quart.r :sw U ,of. southeast J i7
Training department 'Rang., 2 West lying East /of I
notified required to- Qua.ttf"SEIf"aiuJ( run 'thence '
of 'our: ch i hIagivfia State Road 200. and all that any.clalma sand\ a>4 demaada,which present you 'Nerti4O ;degrees fifteea- (IS) ; _, icafl.lean' ,..your |handa'Jock on n.-., U .* .t : ,-

SAY'SAppli part of Block 4 South. Range pr either of .you. mu-". acalnltth Minolta' .&nd .forty -UO) seconds' : ?l t.. ) ,;. -igji .1; : S.
Weiner '6norofJMntonNorman ,1, 'tfttTaur' o' vJk,
roast in .
2 West lying North of app 2'
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,..e5tateot.Lawr.ne..3.obbs.. Weil 1d1sthee.bt: IghtyHwoT -, i..l. $. ..fc ..t'7 t3tod "
Street aDd East of State Road a .
who' has recently resigned deeesedJate of saJd ,Counts.'to the and t alisylght ftanfeidtfas '.' '
Home cto.lor theUnion''Milton 300. and, all that part of Block tooaty,'Judge of Bradford iouaty.Floridaiatrhia ( (8.'*) feet to.a concrete mon -, .entertaining. .i5I1i uLJlliixtluitwheai08ri, ai.fr .t ,. >' --' '- .,
ncei 4. South. Ran 1 West :Hying 'Afficc-ia.the1, court ument on.' the Southerly bound ? .- ; ," 1

''t : 'and family are moving' to North of Sapp Street, in Simon i oois tot aid 0 Coontjr at ,4 Starke. .ary.of the rljit.ol.way..f.Stato S.-. ,. ,bow101&'ra ecoIdirty.dwamfu' .: .. S ., ',;

Friendly Jacksonville J. Temple'sSubdivision aa per Florida-..;within. .eight. Calendar Road 2Jf; run ,thence, 1*. an S.. T', 5 : .
:your. soon; -and -we-shall '!>}e>< lh**e f. .z.o4. In Deed non.tha from Umn. of mIsS them in our services here. Book C. at page 424 thereof of, publication.of this notice! Each. thearc of,a ,oarr" said: curve .2.-"iao&5Do4 M '

Norge Dealer I the current public records of claimror.demand. ahaU.b*Ja writ having a radiusf 6l vea4h.uean S S 4,7J Only about SOc per montk.to eper- 4 ". .:.
MisS Barbara': Jem"Nonnan EYadford "County Florida containing -: nK.- and .&811 .state the"place of accompanied d a friend 'to Ft. i8.% acres more or: residence and post office address of and. two. tenth (11.5S.2>. .feet J S a (not indmtng hot %ater) for '
NQRGE APPLIANCES ''Jackson leas situate .in". the City of thff claimant and ahaU ba sworn to aid being concave tothe ..Northa ih aera&efl&LserveIfvnflyl! '
S.C. last weekend. I Starke Florida; : by tbe.ctthna.nt'agent" or attorney chord distance of six hundred .J I .. 1 : rJM-'J
MATTAa ,i Carl! Rosier of Ocala was .a and to Raymond H. Rollins as.administrator and 'any.fu.pii claim or, demand { otfJo :>lghty.thre aid forty-aix.huadrvdths I J. -- ; :. < ;
S WASHERS ,of the estate of. Andrew .Kad ThTQi be void. M3.4O.. feet to a concrete '
weekend guest ;of relatives 1 er M. Rollins,.deceased. i -/ A. D. 'Do'bbs. monument said chord having 1 uvi Mfhir CtIIw1y..sa'roul, DMIII wow/ .

'S OOLEUAN HEATERS and \ Mr. and Mrs. Bobby'White and GREETINGS: You are hereby notified As administrator of the Ea a;.eariaa>. of South. eJCkt7- "of .

'that1 a suit la equity' has .tate' of Lawrence J. Dobbs, two. (82). 4egres.' ,MveoUen J .
FL06B. FURNACES children of"Folkslbn; C: visited been brougni against you and each I deceased, (11)/'tJUnutes'East last aforesaid i.

+ 'relatives here '. Saturday night of you defendants in the t above 1 First .publication 'Jnly 1J: 1957. .concr ta.: monument. being con 6 .'

entitled. Court and cause ,bY, Mamie' J 1184t9TOTlCZ theM Intersection of aforesaid
: .
We. Service, AU Makes and Sunday. Dixon, a widow.* Jasper Dell Individually S6utierry.boniBiiry of the rlghtof 'S.4'S 1

Jasper Dell 'as admin- -'I'CJ APPA* ... .f State) Roadu.219 an4theSoutherly 1 : -. .. .
Of Appliances Mr*.' Darrell Edwards and J m ,. -
1at :.f. Ue.,estate of...Dell o I. Circuit C..rt. Bruised, Cvury boundary of.aforeBaidfiSoothwert : ". \ .. (" _,4 s.. .

.baby\'of 'the State'Farm spent deceased. Jasper Dell as administrator I FteflUf I. Ckatweir.. :.Qflarter (SW')' .' ''. .. '. .11_. ''.. Of" ,J. ,<, "" ,., .
'4i.M the weekend with her parents. of the estate of Fred DelL. Rosetta lane ;West FUtatiff. >8.Johft.E. *otJBwtt! >itiQBrter (SZO .
J. deceased HascI' .D U and -ZanierDen 'West ,Del*ada.. North .althty..atnej i-i.li I
.'. :th.i. t.. : .. piainttfl. ;U I.J,. U.ljffJoUn t i -f-, / .*,' .. .fMA Nft.'t..2Z" ; tourfe'.w'fli) "lDdDt" ii (C JAJ"i JI; '

.1 ..1f rp- .J-' Mrs., L Delorea.. a.Carmichael.'.- and cloud ,.tron'D iiicT,,aad_suit quiet IS'Lo..and coafirxn remove,I j Notice TO;..Jcaa To Appear,- ;;:"'t-W rUijtllenccro .'boundary loflg last" ';'a afor'4bJ.Lt. *. : r -.---.1'0- -_ '.-_ ".. .' -' __'_ T'- .. .. ,.. -, I J



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.\ .. '.f f YytW.Y'.T TYT4wTYT'i noon.. 1| Mrs: George -W. 'Roberts.v>" 1 man. t
; Mr. and Mra Grifin Hodges J Jof I Mr:'and 'Mrs: Hermie Kelly and : Mrs. Norm u71enW bu't1 sJ p

T TO.COtORED; LAfTIf "JaclWvfiH *ark oeeupyin': ',.sons and Mrs Margaret Kelly had Mrs _JIw WlU Attended %1

IcRD COUf4n' i, the H. C. Ketfy lethal house.i !r; as Monday luncheon guests, Mr. ''Post Masters 'planning meeting,

I Mrs. Hodges is. '4 sister -of -.MD.I-j and Mrs. in Reddick on Sunday. |
,dy M I: Joyce,T. Fntch Percy W. Kelly of }[i- I
J. Shell I O. J.' A den and- Mrs- Sam Troy, Buster and Gary Bennett -*
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IV Ai AAA. A ami.Mr. '
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.A Hicks. j I and Mrs : Titusv lie pent :/rice
& && .& &IAi &iAAA&. Guff hQh'ps of
I --I Itor Mr. and Mrs. J. 's.. Eunice 1.fi.aftdMrs.. 0: J. Phillips had' and Danny were In Dinsmore on weekend here with their 'fanvfllies.

-,and officers in. chirge..1 David, and Mrs. Selma -Eunicespent aa guests 'during the week Mr. !,Friday to see,, Mrs. Susie .Nor. ., .. -i
wag held at '7:3011orniBg' \ the Tuesday and Wednesday and Mrs. Eddie Hilliard and'Mr : t
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I Little V hna Peek :was I 16 Deiand with Mr. and'Mrs. 'Joe'Lane1 .. and Mr. James HiUiar< and family .

At. 7:20: '' the torf I. '" and 'famfly. 'Little Karen "of Valrico, Mr.- and Mrs. Leslie -
_
Supper was administered to all had Phillips and .son, and Bryant PROTECT DRIBS license .
: : Lane, who polio a few years I f J your
'' The I Can Circle held a TO.. has been placed, in a 'new Register of Pinsmore Miss Debbie -

; )ts last meeting at the home ef type east and ,it U hoped this Phillips 6f'Maxyille, Mr. and!I '

the tpr Mary,'Mack. Brother; and Wui improve her condition. Mrs,, Coleman 'Phillips of Waldo.j! BUY. :

: Bubble, Blye has as week? Mr. !and Mrs: 'Erlie Padgett and Mr. and" Mra,James Phillips ,. : 1. '
guest from St. Petersburg '' and d -of ,- '|
be and family spent'last week withrelativesWinter.Haven ughte Starker INABILITY
) I their mother Lillie: Blye: and : 'L., :P. :Ra.tuseUS''; ii Poctors LOW_ COST.- IUIWcENo
friends 'which ,included .Mrand:
; .
t | MrsBryact Reddish and Ray Hospital .for observation from '
be Mrs, H.. E.. Cliatoa. and. Rev,. G. : : ,
Saturday x.-
Jacksonville until Mondayt
weein' on Friday :
I ; R. Roberts. Please don't forget tosee 'f tr Reddish's mother Membership Fee i6.Mo. ;
;; > Mr and. Mrs. Carl (Buddy,) POI41'a
arestill Tallying for a -- '- -
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; "Greater13ethlebem" please Mrs.,, ,, >orElaa( Griffis announce, the .arrivalqf] 1
Mr. and Mrs. .Marshall Mott diiahter J Deborah IL tha Ella,!
a ;
continue to help ua ao'that we ,
and. .sons of Brooke were. guests I Iof in Orange Park Hospital, on i
and not ,
can start our building .
Mr., and' Mrs. Carl "Billiard; DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
Tuesday, July ,30.
have to stop until ,it'is completed.Mt from Wednesday unlit ..Sunday.'

I Moriah Methodist Church The )R; C.. Keene;family of Jacksonville Mrs. Henry Wainwright, Mrs. 136 {Y.: Call Street Phone 285 :.
; Rev Stripling pastor, will hold P. L. Dinkins, Mrs A. H. Harley,
.. visited the Billiards: on .
services all and Miss Enza Blanchard'visit. .
to regular day Sunday
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I I starting with Sunday' School at Sunday. ed Mrs: Catherine Teare in Ala. h:
:_Mr.___ and_,,_ !!. Obed. Pauley and ,
I 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship and T'n chua General] Hospit'al' on Thursday -
family and Miss Alma Privettare
.. Love Feast at 11 a. a. ,At'3 p. and Mrs. G. W ..Roberts'and
I1 i nv theSf.nging', Angela of Jack vi&ting''relatives' in Dans- Mrs. Hubert Priest'visited' her NEED PAINT? :
vile West Virginia, this week.
i. sonyille will present a battle-of ,Mrs.. Mamie Drake1- returned onSunday morning. f
gospel music which is sponsoredby Mr. and }'fnPaul Dinkins' ofSt
: : from Columbia, S. C., on Saturday
Mrs. W. .Brooks. The general Augustine were weekend
evening, where .she; had NOW you can paint 'I
public is ,invited to attend.Holy vacation guests of Mr. and Mrs P.' L; ,
weeks with
spent a two
Euchariast at 7 p. m.. will be relatives. Pinkins and en Sunday their your entire house for j' .. ..

given all members by the. pastor.We guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hori 'T

are glad ,to have SisterRoy ville''spent'Marvin Thompson' of afternoonydth' Jackson ace Co XQ? 'Ja !uQnvUle.. half the regular" cost by __ f mf ,
Sunday
al back after her vacation which his sister Mra Troy Ben-: : took as far; as .Cuba. Sha reported belt Hospital, Jacksonville, .from
; a fine trip and 1!, anxious for .. '?andfamily Tuesday until Saturday= His tI
Mrs :Ponnie Haywood.. .
at all the capjfains' to' contact their trother, John brought, him home I .I it
of Winter' Haven
spent
i t members s' 'they can make'' a the weekend with the Erlie on Saturday: 21! Gal. of Paint for'Price 'of One! ,
by round report for' the ijalty this Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Joan ,.
1 of month.wWe""must"gd. over .the Padgett, family. were tin Lake, Butler on Sunday ; '
Allan
.Mrs. Glenn' Shuford and ;:
top. There will,be a special meet- Jacksonville1 for/a visit with Mr. and Mrs
Wolfe were ta PRICED OUR PAINT :STARTS AT
fON
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ed Ing of the trustee' on Friday Charles ,Miles and family.- : T
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to Mrs. Shuford's "
Tuesday get
night, Vic -Chairman Amos Williams !* Bobby and Reggie Norman $5.98Gallon tarn
', father, Sam Hicks, who swill ZOti; ,Quart "
j
; will be 'in charge.. All are spending, thweek'with: '
spend 4 few' days With 'hIa family "
to of the1.board asked .. Jieir '
members are i ,,i 'grandparents.'Mr.. and Mrs.
to attend as this group must ',Mr. and Mrs. ,Bryant ReddiShhad Car i Prevatt; while their parents -
I decide on some 'vital church matters 'Mr. and Mrs.- Truman MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
as Sunday dinner guests : :
Den ,
-Bro. Robert reporting Rey. and Mrs. Norman Levine Norman are at Ridgecrest. .
New Bethel Baptist 'Church, Mrs. Pearl .
Whitnel
of Deland
Melrose Rev. J..eVtnefllled
Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held regular I of spent last 214 N.W 13th St.-Ph.. FR6-75S--Gainesvllla.. .
week
Ithe with her sister
; Wpit. at the First Baptist ,
services all day Sunday 1
School Church. :r ",
starting with Sunday at
'Friend: of Mrt. Mary Reddish .
'::45. Miss Aretha William, acting !
will =regret ,to learn" that:she is
Superintendent. Covenant ill'again. and,>is/spending' a while jJCOMEI.MG1TOOREAL.
meeting was held at 11:30: a. 'ffl.. -
: at the !tonic of her daughter,
Guests for the morning t included '
\ ; Urs.. Eve .Godwin i.- in -StarkelMr. : ; LJ
Bro. 'Aaron and Chest "
: Holly
: : and,.Mrs; H.."H. Hamilton .
e? ,Shell. s. '.. .... '. ',; U>
afii Mr. and :Mri J.LD..HaJ.D1l.
) ; Mt Pisgah A. M."E. 'church, ton returned lash wielTfrbmYij; ,rn 6 ::1 s ifs tf'rk p 1+ .pl if srr ,. | !?S a f .
V.t
; I Rev. E.. 'L. Walker 'pastor, 'wfll!! vacation trip{ln':u l'ort i:'Wrf; 'Ius 2 GS. III. '. II : .

: ; : hold real%'..service: ;,oil\ ,Sunday Barbara Wffldiaon Whaleyof', ; M
i'
Starting with;, Sunday School at Wayne,' Mich-s5indiii, reetings'ito: 1 ,s .,. f r1J '
; 8:3o n; P.1.),Thetie13ti :-it ahepitQnotify all;Kef, tawtef, friends.' '

: .f ali-n. Hjber,.tiat.'tAS. lea.41 jft", 'au.."'d M' "chases Anders' ,, I tV-
,quarterlyonference!! '. will be.! held, f: PWatkn' wIre' SuKday:guiBsJs Iw .1'.1.
!
on\ the;Second>Sunday; 'August 14i'ud! At Mrs.: ,O. Jr
> ;1 ; Anders
1 at..the.,, (: church",,Arigust,.4Jt:, 3 '? .i' e .s'r
P. m, All roards and members' \; ,' J \ :
I'r ega'yad:! ; .. '
Bratiford + Hoy
areasked\ .'to 'be, ,,,qtlo."" -iCowtty"\ ,'> ? '. :
,; present?oa tuns f fA" ,tor,. ..ocaervation J the : ALL Q.A8J.E.i'r.u. '

.nd, make 'their:;- r p6*.:ffiv: \ *&, 1 h i 1 ternoon.;" 'i. ,1!: ... : : ->i i <

w. Bowles, P.. E.; .'ReviE\' ;t., ''; +!Jlkr, Saia; : jl''M'j jo4a'.from :,;.,,'.was/.lAl" ...i 'D.a!' 9JI{ ,' L.; '*"' '. 1,1.r li -'-'f'R' .,' .
Walker; 'pastor'Mildr; Aa dreporter. | '. : '... 1 ", ,. .
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'tJI'.f,&,'* ; ays. uxtfl, Wnesday : T Pall-push ,::on- ff' knob i'ahG ; ,,;
: ; H.' '
; : orv*' VLittle ;to bt.jfth'1herwIOD. : grand. r ... 1:' ,' _'{tee o... 'J
'
Strangers tr.fPvt : ,. atteH.;, : Majr i. ybfle": -' ;Jwr .:./r9 '.tuning.&L: d ,
and Mrs. Bernard "
Millerare -
daughter was In the hospitaL. ". \: '
the proud parents df"a baby Mr and ,Mrs.; W, J. Wolfe and Cinelensvfa eglas3 ., *: "
boy, born July 31, at the U.' S .
;: Mr._ .and. Mrs, Allan Wolfe went
to volts
Up 20,000 of. picture
i
\ Navy Hospital, Jacksonville. for her on Wednesday.. The "'
Little Barry Leonard and mother WoJ/es, Urft on Friday, for their power '

\ Annie ;Mae' Baker Miller, are home.,in;; Wilmington, after a Many other features ,- '-'; '
\ doing fine. They are at l home to two weeks visit here. : -

their many friends /at the homeof :Mr. and*' Mra. Benton Futca

her parents Mr.. and Mrs.Zeke and 'Steve-- ,with Mrs. Joyce T.

Starke.Miller on 'Florida. Street, Futch, spent the weekend with 1 Giant Size Trades

Mr., and ,Mrs. A 'Z. ..Futch .anddaughters

14r:, and Mrs. Levy; Lennon .Sr. in Quincy, and')(rand .
arethe proud parents of' ,a' 'boy, Mrs.. Wyriek ,and Miss Mary .

born ,Thursday,. August: 1, 'at Julia. :Fetch in TallahasseeMiss,

; Bradford: .ountYu.Jtospital.; _..Mother Elizabeth Terry, who had::'visited
;
I anjd- son are-'reported doing wih"th, ,WyriQkji for a.week-re, :
I fine. She is tbejormer--Beulah, turned with them Sunday after-

( : Jacobs County? and teacher native! f of Of Bradford Marion 'sons, Ronnie and'Jimmy; William'' S (O.OO<)< DELIVERS! ;

;: County and Ocala. Knight; a'1d'Catvb Sharpe.served. : : .I
StarkeacattoBtlt'Miss Sunday ,evening we
Ida K. Butler; native of Commaniori to our new member,* i.Y

Starke, who now resides in West and presented our two little.girls '

: ; ; Palm Beach ii Visiting her nephew tijeir new Bibles td help them 3
and nieder Harrington ,and understand more about the"nei

: Altamease Chandler, r, of Starke. life they have taken up. This:sei- :

i Mrs. Butler is a teacher of- tie vice "was taken care of by Rev. WihkkE.5Ekctr: Service

I I t fourth grade at Palm View elementary Jim Strickland, who has been ,

school of West Palm preaching around, 'here, 'for- 56 ;
Beach She reports. delightful :
& very yean "
,, stay so far"in her hometotifn. Next Saturday RevJ Allen of 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 16$ .).

t Sr : Wll''" I Middleburg win'preach for ua, ,

and on Aug. '17' Rev. Saunders STARKE, FLORIDA. .' ;

YTTYTTTTTTTTTT! T Y TTTCLAY of Bulah Church win' fill the .... .. ... ,'5,,?
:bewith.es..
pulpit" Come aad

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\ by tin. J. 1, _61tleidaatiNr. '

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a& &A && &&&A.a&aaA a aa;
,] 2KORE p.e&, 0'U foO Gn ,.
: ., and Mrs: Gene Lang Daveand BUSY PEOPLE Y' S 1 "

Eddie Lang .of, Tampa sent $A : ; -h :
the| weekend with relatives. at STEPS \ ." .
Clay, HiD and*"1taxville.) SAVEthiSC0V" ....
ENERGY
I We. learned day'night.. that
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TCBEN
Gene Manning, has been.wfferWith : :
tug sore eyes, but i is-much 'l ThJ5Y FLORIDA NATIONA rL'

i improved. ., ? -. ,' .,_ ".._._...v., ..: .
-i We :met- our nephew .Sidney. ,' t. V"
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Strickland front' Lakeland, at :' > ..: way'.. rj .:..'.. .*
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Kirigslity Lake, Sorry 'to learn J i- : j

) that; our sister, Lizzie Strickland, ,"..,' ..}
; isn't'feeling so welt i', '; : S :,-,,, time sage steps.' Sit at home and da your banking;-- ,mate_ your/ : I.

: Our' song service at. Clay Hill t. J deposits ''by malt) or, by dropping them' in the envelope shuts,.in. ourr.

Saturdayevening wu njoyed ;. .. Qy Night Depository, pay bills by ,mail -. .' what could be more eonf -' 'f

by alL The house, was ;fUled and ; ,., enknt i a trip' to the nearest mail box takes care of 'everything., f
we sang',until we: were hoarse. i : '
', .' .. -, One of the Florida Banks Serving ALL Florida :
Our baptismal service at "
Kuig' -
: '
aley Lake last Sunday afternoon f-f : '

i was very impressive.- We welt \ ; : FLORID B. Ie' J

to 'baptiae; ati 'three o'clock and ;! .,_.. .. :' j:1: .;.. ; ,' i
; the BIah' Church'. $$0. We M a.u earls tr "re1'tiaeo, .tt/rpowt.e.' +oer .ISI.rk. : : '1 '1
.l were caught in a hard rain; and. .. .. .- f: .
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could not start, u.tij,3:3 s? s l I : : : ,, ..:. : .
of us 'decided to go togcthef, i'r '.- .--" _' ," ",. ,
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have one d,vp onar ione'bap; : fc ;--, 4Kxi f,<.f '. ; "..",. ..r- .'". --_-' ". .,, ,'Ii rt *! '
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tism. Our- two candidates were I 3&-i. ..;* K i-f"%-; r.- : ,.V-"? .,.. wr ,,,,' -. :-I HB M,;t OQI! MSU4HCS 'COft' .I r. .. .TS 1
: t the MaaBl ;ggls ,i_,'. :Bjjf.i} !, r xevm:; :::' 'fi.iv.';'i''' ,.;.,.;rli. '- ,,;,-, /* ':,- ii. pf&tt. : !

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PAGE EIGHT _, BRADFORD'COUNTY. TELEGRAPH STABKE FLORIDA'T. FRIDAY, ; AUGUST 9,1957.
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301' Rated Third : -.:JlOLlOrsraiKESSTARKE :'" Truck. ,.Burns U ,- ;J.'The f'.
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Commission Puts Zoning BiD To Work; Objectiops To


Dissatisfied With Reduced AuthorityThe heaviest Used By School Board;: Protests,Are' LightDissenting Drills CanceledBy i'son Ernest- _of Mr Johns, and',Mrs.13-year-old- Luther wth'lf'te Ror ,material road. west.- bue of Hellbronn oo-. "


Road In FloridaU. Johns' of Starke became; Springs Tuesday night 'the

County Commission, might as well not have any bilL opinions; .were ,Haas said". tha .by. adopting Guard UnitsThe Bradford Co nty's first polio sheriffs office reported.The ..
ot'
drive/
.though dissatisfied with the County Attorney Mack Futch .' S. Hihway 301 far out- heard by the School*'Board Friday this proposal 'the School Bbardwould case of 1957 when hew driver w able to

weakened version of the zoning advised the Commission to be- strippeu u. S. 1 in the amountof -on its.recent.proposal"to sell Jje. Uting-jeff; .itsjnpse to enlisted' strengths of both hospitalized. in last St away ft the'flames,_tne.sheriff

of the FFA experimental spite its face.'. "The $16,000 that : 'Le', Jacknve, said, rest.of the outfit'wa3
bill which was passed agreed to sin efforts on starting a zoning traffic carried in June Mid a portion l local National Guard units. Co. .

begin :operating under it anyway program '"with hopes you can was outdated only by U. S. 17 farm tract to raise funds would be-gained, from thIswouldnot B. of Camp Blanding and "Co. C Doctors state that theboys destore. The flames ,tr.

that other provis want at for projects to supply classrooms. be a drop in the bucket to 'whe a caught fire.ITF1LRRONMIS5IONAflT. .
with the hopes get the proviri'ons. you at a point one half mile Sl'lut.1' of Starke were'frozen'this.week case far non- e .e
ions they want will be added ir the next session. to the school system. the 600OOQ which Is'needed, 94 and all drills s i
of Orange City, and U. S. 19 at at men ..were. paralytic. He had not 'been
l later sessions of the Legislature. Futch noeJLhatgtheCommIs- Fanning Springs. But the dissents to this and he said, and the school .would canceled until Sept. 9. given polio vaccine protection. .

As a first step in'setting' the sioo still has the power to control 'According to' tabulation nhow- other projects proposed .recently lose the land.Besidea. .. These new Policies: brought-on AM : ,.,_ ,". ,BAPTIST ,c

program into motion, each Commissioner sef back T distances (} "construction -. were not nearly so 'nuJl1erous' .' the "* proposalof the :irfOney 'situations 'Wereannounced'by : .' < |Sunday SO ,, m..Jom.*
tug daily traffic volume at. by. tight, ,
btate
MGHI tFOniX. ftt the tag}W ; --au ,
;
will appoint a person from highways and regulate the Board had; anticipated. In sale of" this land, 'the'Board'has :the un1ftOInm {T 11 "
Road Department recorder stations rttox& 'm.. TrtteifiJUnton *-'
I Bhd'Be- Worship q-p
indicated ciS .: : ; :
the fact they that they cecided'1o' sell the'usa building T <"* ? "* I /
district to serve on trailer : .
from hire and
junk yards era 1rij'-
j : Florida accordancewith
in the highest orders
I ] {Sundays) 6:3p-y.: m.1iWni
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This Commission were, 'disappointed, at .the ,lack and property to obtain iriorieyHo te.aort ESTEBIBIOOH :
Zoning Commission. courts.- ?This is at least something count on Federal highways in f_ x quarter3.reprcmt -" Wednes-, .

is provided for in the ,"'he said., Florida (6,869 vehicles daily of protests' saying that' they offset part of ;the; expense ofcthe ? Cnlisted stiethoidiC..il ,f. V *W 4_ i ,-f'. -..-TEIQW'' ,,fk.m'tlV .Uetg.. __ S .** .* L
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bill to study the zoning problem Powers which the Commission was'checked on. U. S. 17; Second wanted :citizens to jdiscuss, the building program'"beihg"consider : : r1ht- n 1heftt'.man '- .' '
.
and'reccommend measures to had ;;wanted but which were cut high 'count (6.523 'daily"wur: varying viewpoints on. these, ,,ia- ed. mfcrk; *:*** Reift"_ TyatleiCtWITtA ; :

the, commissioners.The from the"bill were, authority to corded on U. S. 19. sues' with them.'Appearing 'The' proposed!1" ond issue also I. .'rt 4 : LlM.: ei1steescan 1.\ a1pa lihJuul ;* Sl1It : _

disappointed before .the, 'Board in'VUie about 1'fJ1 s.,ac
, Commi "1loners. were regulate' the height number of figured : trgiiment. ."
, at the fact that many stories, and size of building",'and U* Si 301 ranked in. third place. ,' to discuss the proposal of sellingthe tht'se'pr jectL:''' '.#% cepted uncassome of the pre- ;

of the 'powers' which they .had. other ,structures.; the percentage among, federal highways, record" .;:FFA\ Und were Bill Haas ,"If the people are w ll* ig'\to "Tt$.V\..memberstfansf er.qul! .of' : TELEGRAPHcLASIE: :
trig 6495.: vehicles' 'daily at "a advisors Wood the or ste: ., c .!
Joseph imlt f. "
requested were cut from the of property" that may be an d .FFA ; raise enough ifunda to let us ;. : _
bill Sen. point five miles north :of Dade and Paul Hutchins. l were'not .in., operation.a't: the __ > t'ciT' \
final version of the by occupied; the size of yards. keep the property Morgan said, '-'" S _. "01 _: '
Charley E. Johns and Rep. Doyle courts and other open spaces: City, and 6,234 at a point three Hass is Soil Comwrvation agent '"we will be glad to. But I doubtif Hilliard 'statton'on U. S,;-during, :WORDS: OR LESS. Oae Mritit (,M6tM- Qarp-. ,J. tfI '

and a half mile north of Waldo. June an average of only 4,667 BACH.ADDITIONAL'WORD! OVER ,.._ .. _.__.' 4ePer w.; .
and but he was appearingas to
of said would vote' do it
E.: Conner. the dcn-'ty population they unless -
AD
UERJO'I 1 3E ,
daily wa.. checked at the', Bayard 2,% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT "
The legislators said they felt the location and use of buildings Although recording machines a private citizen.. He .opposed we raised .as .much. as we SSc ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ,ADS. OR ADS NOT. AID. 1111 ADY.LtCf.
the Mil requested -by the structures and land for trade. Capt. Randal F. Chitty, unit the .proposed sale ,on the grounds could.' "" station miles'puth\\ of Jack; / .f. ''t' ,

Commission war not appropriateto industry or other specific uses. I commander .stated. "Under no that the land is,'a valuable asset, 'Morgan. was.. referring. tci ..'the. sonville.. CLASS'IFiED DISPLAY' ; .____- "i.u'.Per itch 'nuf IaItrfIk.

the needs of the county and The legislators also eliminated I circumstances may the unit exceed to the ,hool, presenting a glace. proposed bond- 'issue"- to 'finance.' The :.county, on U. S. 301,,north 91JW'PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED. OAK' ORMOUKCARDS TIJE!._

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which would have 94 men. and of :W.ldo represents. a gain of '
they redrafted it. provisions for ,future development, a' $617,000 building program. .
to issue students. : 42.6 .per. cent in traffic since Td 60 'W.rd.) .:., ... ,_._ 2 ..
; One of the Commissioners remarked authorized the county The strength of Co. B is up, training of The State Survey team' recommended OF THANK (Up .

that the powers had permits and charge permit and to 115 enlisted men. but this The experimental ,,farm consists ; that $450.000 'be raised. 1952. OVER 50 WORDS ._.. C.RtPeV. W.14

been cut so much: that they inspection fees._ does not mean that excess number ,of 270 acres of which about through the floating of "bodns! State Road 100, eight miles "'
northwest' of St kerecorded AND __ 4: Ct rer Wu'4
MEMORIALS RESOLUTIONS "
23'acres has been cultivated, by the .
will have: to be transferredor By sale of these lands, the __ _.
Farm Forester the' FFA boys-and 60 planted in School Board is attempting to 2,231 vehicles. ,,daily for, a gain .n
City ApprovesBid discharged. of 7 per cent. oye> 1956.. POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at 1 K ;zo'mssi v'
Warrant Officer Albert Fost pine trees, and 21 acres in pasture raise money on its own so >that : Tin,'. 'n Service. 411 S. WAlnutSt. Get .them ww pay "as yea "rid.
'l land. the bond issue''won't'-*hrave""td"- The count on'. 'U, S. 301 i north ''Also new mowers for .Sale. tsk. for Out :eu y. budget > traa:
Contract Signed er;. unit administrator,. explained -. : ;-ioo' :through East pumeAt'.plan. Pay while Ucr Conwa'. Saki ,.au.Btr'\
Wood and Hutchins"argued this : 3O1'n4'; Stat Stark Via.
For Dozer jt that the unit can, keep the 115 large.-' -. ., !$ s'tark .1 ,would'be.. dally 'you. mow. Buy where, you qwS unpD 'u'- :" .8$1I9DI- -- If : tthtisrc
aioflg the name line as ,Haas. No Jf. "!i.iiCTu '. a ;t.aenlc."oQ- ,what ,yout>or. -
Bradford County will. double He men, but will not, be permittedto one: appeared:!o protestthe.sale anrage cit j,4T'vebIcIe&,4Ti ; .. _'.'- tfchy, .' .. ." "" Co -",. ,'.
t They .said that sale of the landwoulh theUSO i : SE T/ COVERS for .t
participation In the farm forester replace those who.'!leave until ""*of i* .Building.but .:. ; : makes'-and moi4el.utQI.ntiti.and .
.
not hurt the present pro- < ; : traffic count, ;
ihjavy. tori ; 7.
The City Council Tuesday the number has been reduced, to the r nberssald, tthat. wveral up.InitaUatien. free. at
Starke 'program "as a result of a contract the 94-man ceiling. 'grain's; but 'by having .it the persona -ha.doi,. ;pnyateiy Suns t indiffatM1,:;.the': JbaCreasingpopularity' WHEN- IN NEED; 01i 't1iti1lherd',." > -- itch i

night recommended that lhetadfoid accepted by the County Commission chapters have the Resources withwhich" $t>FbridV: as"a summer i : '-'" Coae'c'\
: "il
trippiL .
to them. -j:. tj .t : FOR & .I.P I Jf,i.: *
: County' .Commission accept Monday. t .Foster, said' '. that.- the reajwn 'to work. .in future development T' _'vacat >n..'_resort .;aa .we 11 y I ;.' .. '. : Blocks...ITc eaeh.TfOB ata""MDI;,

A bid of $14.50ir>'0 for a The' new agree'ment.calls. for for the. ,cut in, the number t.of down'the"People ,are .wafking\up and a' wtoterrplayjg; purul. .!.J** i I FILL1 DIRT / .. :tar olllmlnu>fix. Cement./Wift4o". .,*aad. '-.:Alaa'W41 Steal 'DIS'

Caterpillar! bulldozer for the sanitary Bradford tcr contribute twothirdsof drill was that state' funds appropriated Wood' also mentioned that by street cusslhg' atvus. :for 8+ .r : 'ALL'lYPESr: i. ,.'.*1- :mixed 'C eret.-.- E if'or4 CE-
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actions .\ \
these
taking ut theywon't th'05)4 re
land fill recently for this .had lt
,
program the local' funds to the programand purpose holding the land, the School No'Protests r I : :

started ,by the city. receive two-thirds of the services not yet been made, available ? ,Board"may be able to obtain a "meet. with'rerSarked..us to"discuss. '*' : ''i .' t ''t4'- iU.j t &";16 f .: ,TRACTOR. :'WORK. ONfe ANO TWO'slUStttiou" Infife'hie3
them, Powell tm nt'. for *
.ttnt.\Phcw"
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{The. Caterpillar tractor bid, of Farm Forester Don The strength ceilings were better trice latter, .on., Member f All WIUI'*? quiet:Monday when "r;: Y AND IS?; W.pa '-' :Jatkeoa.tfchs_ ?

submitted bv, Lobrano Machinery Champion while Clay County clamped on because national l W. C. Powell replied that the Opposition to sale of the USO the County Commission convene :
has been aSed the" Light Bulldozing FOR S .E-Qult ServIce Station la.Ke'ltou'
Co. Jacksonville. was.8e-repled contrirutes one-third of' the local appropriations took' into accountthe Board is not in the real .estate on argument ed ai. the',.Boardof Equalizers ,Helht.'Pbone fill.'

desnite the fact that the specifi funds. Only 40 per cent .of the same number of men as were business and cannot indulge Inland I I that such a., step would deprivethe and C ainna H. A. Bishop Jr. W.:L. THGPENJR. : 4tp't

cations'whichwere sent out could funds for the program comes enlisted last year,"Foster1' said, r. eculat1o. childrenof, a recreation spot."I asked if anyone had any protests a& S Box 245-D Alton B4L WAITRESS' WANTE1>-- Apply.after

only have- ben met by a machine from the counties, while the state and did not allow for any The only reason the" Board don't see that it's' the concerning their property taxesto 'PBQ.U m-l' 12.taurant.noon," P., & q. Truck: Stop.' ." tfchs/R tl.

m n'Ufa tuJ'f by another com contributes 60 per cent. strength increases. would consider; selling the land Board's responsibility to furnish present> '. Starke .I1a.

pany. the International.The Previously the program had The ceilings are expected to would be, to raise funds' for building recreation one' of the members 'A few'.seconds Jater,' with no WE farmers HAVE: a Loans.nw, iokn.of 1 piogrthiJor':to, fr years

.- bid on the International been split three ways, with Bradford remain in force until the next programs which are considered remarked aa the 'discussion opened. .- complaints registered ,the'-members p' TENTH' ANNIVERiABT for the' entire credit and.his reanijcments fan*-
I OUR of the farmer "
was $14,925., Other. bids received Clay and St. Johns counties fiscal year unless supplemental l more pressing' the members. had reconvened ''the RADIOS REPAIRED II).. Galnesvlll"ProAnctlon. :Otflt

were lower than the one acceptedbut participating in an,equal amount. appropriations are made he said. said. It was s suggested that such a County Commission.i AO Make',-. All .H.i. 'Aasoclatlon. CO/ North tfiln.Gainesville. .
teueisb1. CMto ..ttd : tfcftg
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were' rejected because, the St Johns county.dropped,out recently' "We'would keep the. land if i structure be built as a communIty CRAS. O.; SHEPHERD

machine were smaller or did not 'to enter, a program' of its we could afford to," School I ISupl building. ;with the city .aconntY' _n W. Call !;8*.. ftwrk* Ph. II fOR sALE-two:.t fr"b.i use 'to1e

meet :otherstandards" desired..,by own and new..agreement' was Survey' To Study! H r rnjn. Morgan .stated. I contributing":t ward" It16 : fr If 'WCi. ;' (I,1. I .1--. '. _._;" 4' -- = .,4.3.PAin..o' : .,.. 'moved'InUtHte4.from r srt1cPTitIr4it, 71* K. .Tt&pte'-Atv"
11 iin- .,SU'tNr.s .Jtm':
the city. drawn,..,up. under 'Which Bradfordwould nTI3ir-ri'EEvEr STONE 8TTB 'BANK '- KEY, kgduP-QiInz JC".sloe' .,
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Power'Si/j/Dispute ( -g riBg
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have i 60 StUISimmersm J1I'I'ONZ-HICICIB'r8.:\TLJU .tltWl' .c ,
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bid?;had to be1 submitted contributed\ per. Needs of!FormerHI !, THE FALL ;fF.l A/NATION 'IS ; "
Bft1'IC. Ii'L
through the rCoiyity Commission C I\ of,: l.he. "funds' and': :clay" 40 '. ( "rfb. '. &i tIlt 1I. JJp' nEJRORR,' DpaTctaGEL" ....." ",-r I' ,. .', '. Jt-' 'J-A'. FOR.. '; .ti"W)1' :rtrnl.'r ;j
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because state law. requires.;that Per.cenL. .,. l JcitrijJ4 WishesJk f tillmffl .r F.OR.l." h/.i Jl '*f<' rl Bahia -:arUltf..p''y $ Lb.fIP De.Iir .
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th' : I li Pie,j'fs'Il :: Itnt:1ttBlI f'Wate"Ht.aUr.., 1Tp ecfbl -; '
Commission the .
e ;be used a" But the. Clay, County Comm. -, PG.. L. ) Condition.1 See t thY 't t/' ,:',1. t't'F
., -- "llVitJ; :: 78Kdjd.\ f u : 1/,. :. ', )., ,... 'i ', Good 'a ,
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administering agent even though fi'oners would not sign this agreement I.-'l I IJ .liI i10., 'I: > Though,)thej 're l '. t '!IiIn1ate.Buttha! ; ; ,, \ -1tP!Ii pp1ta !.- -- ttchr .i 'wffi1i ho sn
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the sanitary fill program will be refusing to go beyond a one- countywide survey to discover Legislature tiaY bflejj .OQrnedI ant .to give Jhis! .much'!Jeewa 1.' : t p( : .OR,'Y) -'R Tv lt 1ie li $ jg& : S I'
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entirely' under the control\ .and Jjird. participation ,t'U : .1', the current rehahiUtatlon''needs for.sejeral'_ months'thecpjif>ovi W 7; *Before.final :.pas&ageof| ;th biJI} milNIGI .IJ tt' rnI. -#M'.Hi61;.. J'i ."ti .t.rit ; I4455.$5I-athwstk, c' int3sld

for the use of the..city.. .. I The program will; .cost Bradford of ,aJljMat.jpol.patlefi>will, be sy"over' just what 'is "fii'UfttJltyV, the, Council* reported t that they iri. -l t.K-O".PHON&". :_ t 1 r.s--r.." ..- -- ,.tfr'Q .-.t" b.4.eqzced:"_, 81aai.'Ob, 1"11" IH 0FJtESHl1PlCKlq .

5 jBjr approvinir < the'' I Lobran County il.852.52 for the new fiscal conducted) J-i. VLiviL. < by the new, powep-bill l is stU ,simmering -iiaI1 :J1, ledr astanc" ltt the ,8Tnae.I ;IIJ i.4 Jrp'. ,Pty.J:8"i:i.Je.tnif.MfItt RAfr ".

bid even though't the machine year s' compared,. to $1,640" last, Bradford County Chapter of the \ City Attorney I1 Thomas Jr. piff would be'.pawed'without this ea2.I, '- fls.e.aid ...I.e :ft1fjU- ''H'1x* FarE" orlI tt",
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cpuld not; meet the exacting specifications ,. fear,v clay' County's";.I'14 snare'' will' t t.t9J.\l1 7oaof ', an- told 'City Council Tuesday nightIha't 3JIFe."i t n't \ Inne JlIWtC i-A,N ..t tI 1. ".ty re.I Free" ,Op Re..;'=L..tI.t1f.. o rwieiswUoMittillJK'laK ei'qur"'iI1dtr'to iY 1..tJIn : 1".

the Council, was unsure be $926.26. : tlM Paralysis, Mrs.- Charles Din. )copies'oCtJielbiff'he'received \1tiomu \f.1maf' n1ft 1. bill was IflC: ./ '' 114. "V LtP 1 la T.fo'BDS" 3 Stark, FUP1 .- .At .th9rr ot 'st 1t4.tI'
from, !..& ia:5Ol: ; .M Wtft U.. and E. Brown ett
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the "tHL 'n'f'C' 'I
that the' 'contained JH''t/"
bid M endorsed c-.ommis.ionc'rs
: wnujd o The indicated kins, chapter chairman, announ- Jegirfators' .athe CouncHwanted \u.\. DOhlt 8asatV?:tiFOR O
1 the- State officials. city At- well 0 WOrd 1gYdrl the Council did fr .c- :; fti. '54' i J,_ 'I.-. ', ., FSALZ-cOJ1.c::: C. 111
they believed this, money. ,,. d\thtl\eekt tnq\ when U firjt''cteared"th'exouse./ 4' ; .' ; .
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We .8Jl1\e .
De AD .s.\I.E..U
tl\mev 'A.tt 'Thl'\'o" .T". .rtvi..d not want. ; i7lnchY. !ts ,
considerable bene- .
spent bringing The local is The ncl6ed ntad; Ii.F'vuY
'r survey part of a 'change was inserted -by 'Sen. The 149.95 at Shepherd's. .tf hg .
REST The Van
that In the event this happened, : The Perry' Show equIPP 4. Call VlelchetXe7atol.Helrhtll
fits to small timber Further 'delving'into the issue .
growers
nationwide project by the Na- Charley Johns, injhe. Senate 'and, 12:35-4:00.p.. M. Dally..Monday ., tl>>.: tfejlg
all of ,Jthe'' bids tpnld 'Nj thrown farm forester aids timber growersin tional Foundation to compile a was postponed'untU after .Thomas if the, copy .received is authentic, ; FOR SALE Automatic-One 'good.Washer.used Perfect Blackstone 1 ,,..tred-rigistefed \

out and new specifications drawn harvesting, sales and market- receives a of the bill from also FOR SALET-ltpur
roster of polio cases' of all ages copy was .passed in the house. condition. Gay'a Home 'Appliance. Angus Yearllnc nelfersV 'lio
more to the liking of the Council.It ing and in many cases his help the secretary of state so that ,,the '' tC hg registered bulls. ,Ji. ,B. Whlte1
and degree of disability regard thru Friday /.
was pointed out that the has in Council have Raiford Rd.j. .I>
resulted considerably higher
I' lesri of date of onset. The 'can- can positive proof SCHOOL BOARD' ,6:00: SIgn :'on and .News SANTA FE L4KE FRONT LOTS '.
specifications were drawn by the that their wishes'werenot .
prices.Growers vass has made impressive stridesin follow. 6:05: The Clockwatcher $3,000.00 CQnvenlent. terra* -Guy 'BUIIXEII ZXP.t1UIO
state people. eci- Andrews.;.Phone 381 or 379W.. NEED .JIAf.0& WpMAN. .eate
developing new rehabilitation AD9PTSBUDGET' ,6:30. MafkLee. Raulerson. (Mon.. 1 1 '. tfchg caste l.. Bw-(...'. .*, CeutMi.H .
Some of. the Councilman were Conduct techniques in recent vears.'' The bill requires that power day. aiidTuesdays, only) .f dealer.*w'..niWUJlW aId
The Ji083,000; M PINEAPPLE PEARS. 50c a babeL ; week. Nft &!'* tar:
mote per
other than' the
budget
companies city
of.the opinion that the words "or Mrs. Dinkins said. "Pilot irveysshnw 6:45 The' Clo kwatCher Ira 'Andreu,,Rt. 2, Box 244 on old .. ..... Agr 85 tb A 'VrlteF..k
y power plant obtain franchise was adopted by the. School : First' Lake Butler Rd. 2tp 8/9 a. Welt PUe t'MIt.
equivalent" in the specifications .1."dy 1tn > -toV n tn..t 7:00 News of The. ;.World I Caap .
Market Meetings permit'before supplying Board almost as an afterthought -, 'N: 11.' Atl..ta::G.. 4Ie.w.
would allow them to buy another there are thousands of'polio- or powerto in Roundup1'u "x FOR SALE-Grass Seed. Pensacola I .
machine besides the Inte'rnatlonal handicapped in the United cust mers in any area annexedby Friday a specfal. ,715; The dockwutcher.! .?t Bahia and Argentine Bahla and NQT E-.t',-t Won r..r Lug. ;1,
;States meeting -ca1 'for'that'spe. ,several different-kinds of bar by we wUl have plentyof 'IJPrLV
the'city in the of Bulletin ;
7:20
for which the ecifications .were who have not yet. had bpportmitv .except .cases "1 Board Of' The Ai the le' P. tMlfc; Ready'MltConcrete, inI
A series of meetings of produce an cific 'purpose1 )1 I ; >* or/bT- the.t_ ,nt J ;
drawn. \ ( customers[-which1 they'were-',serv, Around The 'Na. -Wnlt _Balf rdLRdil \'iJ/1f Cement.BrIdtord!Eftlln.e..e.tl
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grbwers of Bradford, A.lichua. ) for medical, .evaluation. ,to .ing'WAe' 5 the 'annexation .took' 'Since no ori "appeared W tion j: co.ft ne-..-.?,-__ ._,_: Jtt' $
> John A.Mulrennan. head, of the determine if they mi ht, benefit 'c ntest. the expenditures-; ifl RFNT-Thrie"rOorns* bath '
and Union counties is being held lace. .1:35: Th'C1ockwitcher FOR and oi! EiSttqi J :;iITurwIti
state set up, previously had admitted at' the Brooker community centerfor from these, new techniques. .* < ,.t. .: the budget :was 'almost' for'gotten : t furnlsfce v. v fctoarfment. Utilities shower?' Folly'I:'.IIU1P le ,
It'was in'this I & private- entrance.Phone.296.L ,
that the last section:that 7pWorM, NatldnaJ. tate 'JZ1 furnlshea. 'lectrJc1t7yurntalt.d, fr
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specifications the'School
the of "Some of the techniques as Board ,'. Mrs.. L., D. Green; I Ju .
purpose obtaining opInions new sln7l fOI'080rc*
were closed to all but the ,Inter "the Sty ran into trouble.'Th city launched Into discussions.t ) potta't J' 'I' Raiford Ro. "* Ti 2tp 8/), '' M uple..k. N.. !. kL.IC.

national. He said this was legal from growers concerling moloyed ,today for -those disabled -. endorsed version read that out.de the report.of..thei State Survey '/ ., :.8:05: ,\Clockwatcher, ,CeDe'TalaM'Br/wtlle'. -- Ap .--. ,, ttp
marketing conditions and the '" '' 8:45 Radio' ;chapel, ',(MCnIsteiai FOWt--One SalntBernird dog '.
,and was djane because the Inter- bv polio and other causes power companies would notneed; -team., ; : 18 .
Female mo. old. AKC'Regristered jsiiri: '
?national machine] ''possesVd feat types of sales. that.are pr ferred. were unknown umwftd, -as re a: ermit- to serve "persons industries "Everybody:in, ithe; county f _' .1 :As3ociatlon)' IiKiulre_ .at 'Smith's. Shell "Auto. .,alU"t".

,ures' con.s'dered The second of these meetingswa t'p.ntly'as 10 or even ,five ..Y'I' or corporations" which must be satisfied With';the'. ,966;; ,,ives )minute ;''rommary of Station,' Lawtey. 'Stchg:'J/1S ..' all 'RadIO'l"TouttT-1 RCA.Vlctreta'CoroJfc .
they advantageous I \ News' : tt9OS .*:.. _. ; AM-rFM. Confole,
held Aug. 6 and was ell at- "
in sanitary.,fi l work., ago. .. : the'y,were serying at the time'.ofannexation. 'budget," W. C..Powell said f PQR -lT>4nchvPhilco1siOR !Teftvl" MCGBIFF MERCCBir.JIOTQJRl*,
F .. tended by growers from Bradford. The March of Dimes organ! -when the mat r"" finally : The* 'Chatterbox. with :s.ttr with I fantenna.1--, good COB* I I" ......" 4T. *r*.., +'
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TO THE' PEOPLE' OF STARK Alachua and Union counties. R. zation. having scored a tremendous The Florida Power & Light Co. came' up since nobody Is Gray Cedric 't .1' dltlort.--White 'Priced -reasonable.. Stp J.8/l B. FOR'ii 'R NT_.:! .bedrobni. house 4-on

A. Nettles, manager of the Brooker victory in its war on poU<\ requested that the words "per here to discuss it with us. 10:00 Adams Show Kingsley_ Lake. Coattct BWruak
I 10.30 Music For The.Missus .. IMPOUNDED-Bird dog, white Feed &' Seed Store. Itch!
As a 100 cent newcomer in market, opened the meeting by .
j per does not now propose to walk sons, industries or corporations"be with, brown spot on each ear
politics. I offer my candidacy to I explaining the functions of State /'t'f and leave the wounded behind changed to/'premises!" They 11:00: Five minute summary of ''and rump. Owner may have bycontacting' FOR RENT-4-room, house S ml
I "* *at-
Markets in R .B. New /. pntlce 'department'andpaying NE 'of'Starke. Iectn1ctty- ;
serve, you as City Clerk. : general Alvarez so J long as help for them argued that-under. ,;the. :city's .version I1O5usiOFor. .the board bill and pound fee. er. $11 month. s.. Wod.r.TCrlffls
JH associated wit'ithe assistant director of State Markets .Missus 707W'Piatt ftt. itp-l/l
am at present ia possible. We wish to find they would be preventedfrom Ztche- /!$ '
Tom Huston Peanut Co. andbAe discussed the various methods U:30.'Eann: .Roundup ,
everyone who has had polio, hooking up with a place Public FOR.SULfe blonde coffee table l FOR R'EHTT-2-00" ; nf"* }11-
: Sendee -
been for 11 years. My business of selling that are practicedon whether or that had previously been, served I2:0p '. ; 1 Simmons couch. 2 barrel! ed house onlladlM. Bt. Tor
paralytic nonparalytic.
with them enables other state and independent 12:15. :. Second Newf of The World. chain chrome dinette set with sale: 'good!- ,..ed. Ttttlttfrfrtrr
experience We want to know what their by them if a .new resident should ,I, mono' : : 4 chairs. May be seen at .1023 .Apply Gays Home.A pllancu"r
Koundup '
me- to serve you. the people of markets throughout Florida. The obtaineda \. W. Madison. t'bllr-S/tII ." : :.. -V': Itcny
problems unless first
be
special that move
may so they .
12:30 Weather Around The ,
S.tarke,,in a-fair honest and business meeting;,.was then opened for general they ,: '. .Na-, -" B-TIttCK jtOF.H1ih..t'.i t
rcav b* hAiped to res Ilfl permit tfonL : LOST-last Thursday In Starke; i IL'
like way.I discussion with growers from useful lives if humanly possible If were substituted, Lady'. .small .yellow gold watch' 'at 'ljazvlU.n N W; oI1'. nd.er
12:35 The Van Show : 'JestttU4
Perry black minar.meat
the with band.Reward.- Mrs: new
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was born and raised in Starke tri-county area taking part.Three e\'cp though it will take a .con- .they said this difficultly would be 1:00 Five minut'nnia ef Neustaedter. Trail Motel phone BettyWUlU&xon..' 4pecIAIlztnr
CHAINSAw .
types of selling were discussed i meoekeiS' -1IJUJ. :tt.- r&'snabl. -
and having lived here all my life, siderable period of time. : Lwtpv18ti" t. '.k" Hpt .M '
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Hf ur jNeWJ 31 ,s.y ,, Aprtc t.- pnr"llhDrLI
have 'deep feeling for the future including. the'auction Mis. said.that: Permit l:05Th. : : 'J. ; A '_:,_' 'itenc
luethod.The. .Dinkins. .[ "the Plumbing: .. Periy.'Va.:5w'I : t. : t : : _
of our city.i ; ; bl4t'1
roster wan to be ,made, in closeeoQpertion p:2: nv,. ,fute.wmmar'o44rN'ci' \\"ali11it. .;; -'," !1t. :$i
when elected to next will be held .
promir ,ren- meeting : : .t lI
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with the :Bradford .Of'Co'uncil: .. it, 444bJI1 l aiveat! .
der an impartial fair and honest at Brooker ,Monday night Aug: County MtdlcaJ S Hetv airf Asked "I' 'r :'' .".. -.1".. 'i'.. L. ,POIfALE-rae Sirtt b .RIR.TruIL DoIl .U 1Vn4r.1tiU'U fi.. {.tf. {It'i

administration for you the people 19, at 8 p. m..Guest speakers will 'f 3:00: hivem1ntit summary' IU JI jUlUer-Jtbne
member The'D par
physicians. U : t
of..our city and promise to contribute be invited who can answer some ment ''of, Public Welfare: Officeof A new plumber was authorized ..'m ? .. ., I. .k f4' .f "" !' Ji1f.t 'if'j: "fc'

new 'ideas! and new ambition.. of ,the.::questions that will arise. to :operate in Starke.by-the City 'I: ..a'j KJ. jlrIthN' reclsU'atloll, D' Co. r 6c.
Vocational Rehabilitation UO'ffCOS 3OT"ezva.S 'A' 'd4-cathtt "iaIfta11fHhI"t: -. .. .
iMerrill Council Tuesday' night! r ug. Iw&
Edwards AU pending : j bl
produce growers. are invitedto State' Cripple Children's Service t l.l1, .... CI.8'1I. start Sept.1frY.'C1yd..pr1kU P AtNTE tttderit. "tsNHil't 4.
attend. successful completion of a test.. J .i' N1".1 $1 feIt t, Alsop" per' .hanging. lIoderate
e tu. Sew 'VtiS.i4 .
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and county school systems'will 'also ,. eiC. M. DAIOL4POflej .
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FOR CITY COUNCILMAN cooperate. The man..7. A. Gnann applied I L1i ?roiui.n..s. IpttcI h's'' ', <::05 'At T rReqtie ; -, .-.- 'K1NG5LEV4'APW"1tENTAt.I-" ttW'p j: J j S3Y. : : :1 ."' .d1ehio.siricr

Bobby Crews' tothe. .Council for. license and. I p :twttmj Md y*-tt for-1 '1k 6fJOWRORNew: *J f .\'aiIabl.1or : "' .tOOl1filOe
CalledAs .
I: wish to announce that I ama Information sought: for each \ I :Jt:;; ? .P lU : AUZtndeptenkr.1' *
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wfdhe' was willing-'to comply f.mng.-it lit, cetf Of ONE choin; (World a -
: ten* .. frbDt"and Uc:1Cr orehu.f.Q rt
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candidate, for reflection I !,to the :Pastor In Texas ii'.b 1wnde. "et.. .. I. with any regulations'of: the Coun tw, ia end ue'S I. ed't. s.Jq4 '6:10:: WRGR, News !: "11$.-...;Walnut..A..J..xuow4I 8t rk>;.'Ter. '883HOUSE' : ;.n ,- ntUHy. ro nsl. Low> '4ow.

City Council of Starke, Fla. and employed or attends school If (State' and ) pa payment. BaL Uke.rent. 'Special
cil. .L ROR RENT, unfurnished for this month only. Across itreet
solicit your vote''and ,support on William R. (Bobby) Crews, son I he can climb stairs and dress Council members. noted that a + 6:20WRGR: Newi Pad: On Farmeri Uarlct Road. Ap- from ChrUtUa Chuch parsonage -

the basis of my record' during the of Mrs. Mur'lie 'M. and the late: '' -i1f. w>i thAr h* receives, regular law passed In recent -years required (Sports and Weter tllv.t El nancho MoteL Itchy new.-! Also A.lIU C. Ford Stade,pickup Hampton., like

past two .years.. I have tried at Stafford L. Crews of New Riverwaa treatment and If he uses thatapplicants for plumbing 8:30: Revolving Bandstand FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment UpFOR

all times to serve, you conscient. recentIy called 'as pastor oi: a respiratory aid. Information ( and one and a half miles Keystone :
licenses be jequired to pass 1:0 NC Nes' Ju" road 25. Newton ThorslandItp SALE-U.ed electric Ke1' &-
busty and Impartially, keeping the Grace Baptist Church in I gained will be helpful to all such a: test but"no'test. had"ever been tor Rang Automatic oven. Good

always in mind my obligations to Newark Texas. agencies and organizations. Sign Off condition .J RQvire'_ Rosenberg's.
devised. It was arranged, for 8:0 FOR RENT-I bedroom house. ItcBtr
uphold the best interests of our }{B Dinkins- asked that all 'Saturday desirable -
Bobby is second. 'year student: Gnann, :to be tested by' large screen porch
an established '
City and its citizens. With .. Same schedule ti above except, ;neighborhood. Phone 22C or '-. FRUIT STAND for. rent efr sale.
your at the Bible Seminary Arlington persons who have ever had polio plumber here 'Carl K. & J. GARAGE JFlo" Green. Up Located at SIt N. Temple AYe

cooperation. I hope that I have Texas, where he is preparing whether disabled or not' RI.: ,r 1 t 6 p m. Read Show for information call 101-W. "
"' e LAKE CBXEVASbedroom 2tp-j/ll
been able to perform this service, for a Bachelor of Divinitj r send their names and addresses Gnann said h&'hadluh'r itted a -: : CBS house 2 tiled bath" : -

and pledge to continue my best degree. He was a member of the directly to Mrs. C. L. Dinkins, for licnese # Mile South on U.S. 301 7:30. Sign On EelIg1ourogranu I I large living. room overlooking IF YOU WOULD LIKE'rour.laml.' -
honor request to work herebt until, 1 > Jake/'Lot:" ft. ,by *47 ft. lake ly Ja ndry, don .'.weekly real
U with D tSuh "
efforts ,you me reelection Bradford 'High School graduat. Bradford Co. Chapter National L three .years :but accept*. : mQ ,to pared nigh way. Price for reasonably,' 1'nntat't /3oe. -8. Statf

on Sept. lOo'l{ thank you. ,: ing class. i pf',1951. and :'is, 'married r I foundation for Infantile, .Paral t etf r r 'job\outr of. '. 'town'i't b -rth. tiiiq --:1.I r1t.1: ; : f.t J ."e < Ajgiut/ft -ntr.t toiayVvA: $2)lIOi Let usabW 'ltllr..Bn: '4<',- gtarkeItg. ,

sincerely. _' 2 to _Freda Green, daughter of Mr. )sIs. P. 6. Box>295,: Starke. I liceww wa f .OBtaind & q.siZ; .ORlDRF.'LTT PJf). J"08.t RALP'-OoOO eodi-j.
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