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

(Key to lectures) COUNTYTELEOfficial

(Left photo) Merrill Edwards,
left edged out by a scant two
Wins Clerk RaceJackson totes, congratulates incumbent .

Carl Johns on winning the City --
Clerk race. (Second from left). County Publication Established In 1879

Carl Johns, 'Thornton, ChiLLy, U was a tough fight W. T. Jackson :
Mrs. Johns, Doyle, Group Voting WinA agree as campaigning draws to --- .
close.) Jackson: was the winner

of another term in the Mayor'srace.
vote margin' in the city clerk's Bradford Ordered To
breath taking two (Center) Ewell: Lawson, Stop
race, a change in the complexion of the City Council and a right extends best wishes to .

record turnout highlighted the Starke City election as the Randal Chitty on winning their'

ballots were counted Tuesday night. race for the one year Council, Transporting Clay Students

:Mayor \V. T. (Billy) Jackson was returned to office for post. (Second are the from order right of )the handshakes day- -'V

another two years with a '254 'vote spread 'over his opponent as winners Mrs. Ruby Johns andJ. I V4S -

:, former mayor J. Wainwright.. i D. Doyle, second from right,
Newcomer to politics Merrill are congratulated by losers L E. ;. Work ProgressesOn Pickups Of Kingsley Lake Children

EDWARDS EYES Edwards surprised old time political Clark ,second from left and I Bring Protests And InjunctionThe
James A. Lewis, right, In the two ,i ,
observers by coming within )
VOTE RECOUNT year Council rare (Right) Police I S 301 ProjectProgress
three votes of unmating Carl Clnef W. E. Thornton smiles happily : Clay County School Board Wednesday slammed the

Merrill Edwards::! candidate Johns. veteran of 25 years in at winning another two year doors on Bradford County school buses in the faces of ,Clay
who lost the city rlerk clerks) office. term. toward four- aniI1g
the S S : County children with an injunction prohibiting Bradfordbus

race by that two votes he ,anticipates said yesterday In the Council races two other S. 9 ; 11S U, S. 301 was reported to have drivers from picking the children up.

calling for a recount, though newcomers to politics won seats Ask Market Site V -'S.: ; speeded up during recent weeks The action was promoted by Clay County Supt. H. C.

he has not yet made a definite while one incumbent lost a bid -S S S 'v with a State Road Dept. official Long after his protests over the activities of a bus servingthe

.; decision. Edward! for another two year seat anda ; predicting that the preparationswill I area between Starke and Kingsley Lake were rejectedby
bald he Is investigating! thenecessary be and the Bradford Harmon
procedure for former Councilman lost the For FHP StationNegotiations : completed job Supt. Morgan.-

ready to advertise for bids by The injunction was issued by
such action. race for a one year term.Starke's opening to students on this nor-
I Dec. 15.Discussion. W. A. :Stanley in the Clay
: Edwardtold election officials firfit woman Council to' Th.: t :j; mal swing through Clay .County,
are underway ; :
Circuit Court in a hurry-
I Tuesday night that at last week's County Morgan said, with the'admit..
Mrs. Johns
member Ruby obtain a portion of the propertyof
he felt he owed it to Ills County Commission meeting also up action brought by the Clay
Farmers"Market lance of two children whose ,mother -
the Starke State :
breezed into a second term by becomes
I supporters to ask for a recount. for the new $30,000 FlorIda -' ) brought out optimism about Board. The injunction said they were staying at
leading the four candidate field effective next Monday, Sept. 16.Morgan .
; funds
for purchasing the right-
to the lake and
Highway Patrol station i court to only temporarily
for one of the two year posts constructed in Bradford County.bel : of-way. appearing in side would not change schools.
Bradford County's
with 716 votes. Rep. Doyle Conner said this 1f\\ The appraising work is well present This led to other situations Until
conceded that
of the ,argument.
SCORE CARD The other two year ,term wentto week that Agriculture Commissioner underway, the SRD official said, enforcement of agreements to the bus' 'was' picking up students -
Nathan and L. ,H. and should be be- at several
Mayo completed by points. Long,
J. D. Doyle, dry cleaner own- S transporting Clay students
For Mayor Lewis, head of the State Fann i' tween Oct. 1 and 15. After thatit stop basing his estimates on reports

'L v/ T. Jackson _______ 876 i er, who gained' the post with ers' Market, have agreed fo release ylt will take between 30 and 45 had not stringently been followed. from, his emissaries who follow

!. J. R. Wainwright _______ 622 the second high count of 637 the land for the station if .13_ .' days to' contact the property His reasons for refusing to ed the bus said about 20 to 25
instruct the bus drivers,, to
\'otes. Falling to it is determined that it is not owners and another four weeksto children
t gain enough were being loaded and
I 1. For((2 City years Council) votes to win a seat were, incumbent needed for market use. Yes We Have Bananas: complete any rightofwaysuits lar out routes Clay students was ,that on such their action regu- unloaded in' Clay County.'

L E.' Clark and former "It looks like just a matter of that may come 'Up. Cause
I Mrs. Ruby Johns ______,__ 716 would cause undue inconveniencefor Hardship
,J D. Doyle ---r--------- 637 Council chairman James A. Lew- time )before the approval. comes "What. has:,tropical\ isle got that 'we ha>'en't got?" little five- The Commission has in the these studenta and many of In a letter In reply to Long's

: James A. Lewis _---,...--_ 592J. i ia Clark had 589 votes and Lewis through," Conner said.The'Farmers' j ear-old Claudette Peterson seems to be saying as she plucks a luscious I mill a resolution requesting a them 'claim they are actually complaints, Morgan said: "I

E. Clark ___----- 589 592. Market site was banana from the grove located at: the. home,of her pare'n'ts. Mr. State Road Dept loan to purchase Bradford residents. have' investigated the situation

For City Council .. Randal Chitty 27-year-old: favored. by and Bradford Commissioners County'slegislators' last I and Mrs', aroes;.:Peterson |tn southeast, Starke.The. banana i jmlnas .. the right-of-way' ,.with future Legally: SoundS concerning, pupils: riding; a Brad-

((1 year) Humphreys Gold employee and week as the most ideal for patrol hate borne fruit before, but never as heavily as this year the Peter- ,gasoline, : tax" "se&mdaryTwad Morgan admitted that legally ford-County Bus In thVKingsley
Randal National Guard unit commander examined sons And incidentally, those,bananas aren't down. mopey pledged to pay off the I for Lake area. The e' people insist
Chitty' -____-___ 780 defeated station use as they sev- say. : upside They loan.' the.Clay County's petition
Ewell Lawson _____ 632 former councilman eral locations suggested by the grow pointing up, in case you didn't know. an injunction; is -sound..He argu- that they are citiizens and taxpayers -
Ewell: Lawson in the two-man Rep. Doyle Conner, visitingthe of Bradford County in
Florida Highway Patrol. --- ed that his actions were prompted -
For ,Police Chief race for the one' year term Commission meeting advised; concern forth spite of the fact that they. may
primarily by a
W E. Thornton _..___.,---_ 981 created when Joe Andrews III' The $30,000 was appropriated Scrimmage Game Tonight reside at Kingsley Lake from timeto
during the recent session of the the 'members that a bill calling best interests of the people
; W. C. (Bill) Lame __,.____ 502 resigned. Lawson and Lewis time. I am inclined to agree
were trying, to regain seats on legislature for the purpose of fcristate funds to be providedfor involved. that the' tr&nfcr of students each
For Clerk building: a station here on the "As far the financial end
City 83
the Council which lost right-of?\Vay purchase would be detrimental -
they last
may time they move
Carl Johns _ .__ 752 condition that the Commissioners Tornadoes Shape Up For Opener of it goes, Bradford County will
; I be introduced when the Legisla to their children. For
Merrill Edwards ______ 750 year.When furnish the site. not be hurt no matter where the
the new Councilmen ture is called back into these reasons I believe that a
The Commissioners are askingthe children, go," he said
[ For Group Voting take office on Oct. 1 the City Agricultural Dept. for a 400 By Mark Moore Bob Taccia, 160 pound senior, and the reapportionment problem.At 100 per cent enforcement of your
i For Group Voting _________ 604 Council will be composed of T. by 400 foot strip of the propertyon Charles Osborne, 165 pound sen- It l has been brought .out that policy requiring all. residents of
Against _____ C. Tonight (Friday) the Tornadoeswill the present time, the counties attendance of these children in this area to attend Clay County
Groups 380 (Cliff) Hazen Jr., W.! H U. S. 301 in the wooded area ior who is a newcomer from Tex-
(Billy Noegel. Mrs. Rubv. Johns., north of,the present market build- begin to put the finishing as. have the responsibility of supply- Clay County schools will swell Schools will be most ,difficult to

Doyle and -Chitty.Incumbent --- ings north of Starke. ,touches on the eleven when they The following -lettermen will be ing the right-of-way for primary its number of federal impact enforce. This appears to be an
; meet for a scrimmage under the children making the School area in which some cooperation
Moving Of Jail Police Chief W. E. When ,the building is completed on the line: Randy Johns, 168 roads. S
Thornton i if is expected to be staffed with!lights at the High School Stadium Board eligible for additional fed- between the boards of Clay and
scored the biggest mar- Coach Lennard Register in- pound junior; Calvin Pace, 205 Commissioner M. O. Harrell eral funds.
i Bradford Counties would be desirable -
gin of any of the races by defeating at least three radio operators with said ,had received information
Jackson he
Eyed By II vites to at 8p.m.
challenger W. C. (Bill) Laine several patrolmen operating fromit. everyone come put pound junior; Mike Goldwire, 200 that such a bill is expected to i Long ComplainsThe if undue hardship for a
and how the
boys are
see senior Hutcheson court action climaxed few is to be
almost 2-1, 981 votes to 502. pound ; Rudolph people avoided.
Mayor W. T. (Billy) Jackson,,, The voters also stamped The location of the station here shaping up. The admission will 165 pound senior; Wilbur Barry come up and pass. Long's complaints about the bus, "We are operating two buses
", eyeing his return to office as an approval will bring at least four or five be one bar of soap (preferably During the regular session a No, 18, which is routed to serve through portions of Clay Countyfor
on a measure which will I 150 pound senior; Tom Stallings,
} endorsement by the voters olhU change the more families to Bradford County, large.) right-of-way bill was killed in Bradford students on the road the of serving students -
of purpose
system electing ; The boys have been poundingtheir 180 pound junior; Frejdie Stephens -
policies, this week announced Council members in future Commission Chairman! H. A. Bishop the Senate. If a right-of-way bill between Lawtey and Kingsley of Bradford County and a
races. hearts out for the last
!: the construction of I sev- 200 pound senior, and Bert Lake and on SR: ,
16. To
a new jail Jr. stated.
The change, an amendment to eral weeks getting ready for the is considered at the special session few pupils from Clay Countywill
t. away from the City Hall and Making the to select the McGee 170 pound senior. make the :circle on these roadsit
the City Charter, will establishfive "survey new season. So far, it looks like it will have to be includedin not materially affect our
1 t the business district of town as separate groups in which site for the new building were hard practice has paid off for the With approximately 2,250 the call of the Governor or is convenient for the bus to operation. Moreover since I do
* one of hire goals for the coming Conner, Sen. Charley Johns. Bis- of muscle travel through Clay County by not believe which
the candidates will run insteadof Tornadoes, but the true test will :pounds experienced brought up with two-thirds vote. that a policy
f' term. all running against each otheras hop and Commissioners Harold come Sept. 20, when they meet power waiting for the season to Conner adviaed the Commis- Kingsley Lake. forces children to attend: a schoolin

: The mayor 'also said he plans had been the cask? in the Norman and Lawton Crawford. their first opponent of the sea- begin, it looks as though the competition sioners to send a letter to the Long complained! by ,letter and their county of residence regardless -
to reorganize the police department Conner said that constructionof son, the Maccleony Wildcats. i SRD stipulating that if such abill by phone to Morgan that the bus of the Inconveniences
though this does not necessarily past.The new system is expected to the building is expected to begin This season 13 lettermen are will have a job on their I were passed. they would wantto was picking up students in Clay and hardships involved, is educationally -

: mean that any of the have the advantages of eliminating as soon as arrangements' for returning to the team. Letter- hands this year. be released from their obli- County in violation of the reso- sound I am unable to

f present members will be replaced. the one-shot voting prac- the site are completed. men in the backfield will be Some players to be watched are gations for the requested loan. lutions which had been previously give' my wholehearted supportor

tice and clarifying the Council "They are anxious to begin," he Charles Noegel, 160 pound senior; Bubba LaMee, In the passing department issued by the Clay School Board. cooperation to such policy.

The plans for the jail call for races. The group method won said "just waiting for, the site Gary Bennett 175, pound junior; Rudolph Hutcheson and Doors Open "In the'future I ,am leaving the

' Its removal to a site out of the by a vote of SOt. to 3SO, with to be obtained." .Eubba L Mee, 145 pound junior; Gary Bennett; kicking; and for Need. Old License The bus doors began gradually (Continued on Page Four)
downtown area so that it will 550 speed took out for Benny Williams -I '5-

not be a nuisance to the City opinion persons on the failing issue. register an Bradford High PTA ,Asks Support; Charles Osborne and Char- To Get New One Proclaims Business Women's Week
Hall and Methodist les NoegeL
Church is
as The 1539 residents of Starke I Purchasers of drivers' licenses
'f the case now, the mayor said who cast ballots in the election There has been omy; one casualty _
Conner To At Next ;must bring their old license to
_ Sections of the present jail can this was the Speak MeetingDoyle so far this year. Freddie .
year largestnum- turn in before the new license can
t. be used In the Stephens will not be able to play
new structure her __rii
of voters in the history of be issued, Mrs. Betty A. Phillips, .
t t but better facilities should be E. Conner Speaker of the "Ask yourself this question: against Macclenny but should be ,
the city. This represents about County Judge's clerk said this LsM _
;, provided.. 1957 House of Representatives,I Are we giving'our future leaders I in shape to battle in the contest T-" cE -- '-
70 per cent of ,the 2221 week. ., '
voters ; J
Jackson did not reveal details will discuss new legislation concerning our children the best pos agains Boll s. the following week. I _
of hU plans to registered.In school at the, Bradford I i sible education and foundation to Coach Register said he has I Licenses are on sale now at a ,'-w'- r -' IL
: police department.reorganize the the last "big": : election year, High School PTA's first meetingof fit them for living in the"uncer- heard nothing about the Macclen special table, in 'the front hall of #' 'j. 'u,3'. __I Ii'

i and Police Chief W He said he 1955, only 1258 ballots were cast. the new school year Tuesday tain, unpredictable tomorrow 7 ny team thus far and an't predict the courthouse with a full time t 'S. S .; 5'

,ton have not jet E. Thorn- The difference apparently was night. Sept. 17, at 8 o'clock. The Think about this and give your- what the outcome of the 1 clerk on' duty to, eliminate any -, 5 -
successor decided on a made up by, the 412 new voters meeting will be held in the Music self an honest answer. There ,is first game will be. The best way waiting. "- : "
chief fill the assistant I who registered.this year. Of the Building and the general publicis I so much' to be done before we can to learn the results of the game I Licenses were reported to be _
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being vacated by Riley I 412. ballots were cast by 320. invited. and I selling at a brisk pace with 1,180
, Sweat sit complacently and honestly,answer will be to come out give our t-: 1
the has resigned to Accept -I Sixty absentee ballots were The following appeal .fo r sup-I yes. Perhaps you feel that boys -wholehearted support this sold through 1.10nday.IQuarterback. -1- ; ______
I 1ff. positon of deputy sher- cast, with fh'e'of thes disqualified port of the PTA organization and there is little that you alone, can Friday and next Friday ,night. .

I by .the inspectors becauseof objectives has been: issued by the do. and you would be right Season tickets for the football Club

improper or late mailing.In Executive Board: "Each person alone can do games are on sale at a cost oft

' PARKER the mayor's race 36 perSons "The PTA meets with Endeavorand nothing, but allied with all the for adults and $3 for students. First Meet
\ ELECTED : failed to cast ,a ballot for Sets ,
Indifference. Only a, few en- ethers who have the same goal: .

f. HAMPTON MAYOR I either candidate; in the Chitty. deavor most are i 1dit.ferent.jThe ]there is nothing that cannot be; Not A ResidentOf The first meeting of the Quar-

.. Lawson Council,, race, 122 per- Bradford High School PTA is.i done. Few people realize just: foot '
J. H. ...arker8$ elected ; sons did nut vote;; in the police is relatively young, having been'!how much a strong, active PTA Keystone Heights ball terback 'Club will for be the held new Tues-

r.Hayor of Hampton In an' chief race. ."persons did not organized, as such, for only three can do for our school This year i season
c unopposed race in a quiet dea'gnate either' candidate; and short years. The membership has I there will be approximately 1,000: In a letter to The Telegraph day night Sept 17, in the high

ftcity election held Tuesday. 32 persons left both spaces blankin been small, and attendance and students enrolled in Bradford this week. Mayor M. L. Beasley school gymnasium at 8 o'clock.
r. lie succeeds G. p. the clerk's I!High SchooL Imagine, if can I of Keystone Heights requested Arrangements will be. made at "
;_ Wad race. interest not nearly what it should! you Mayor W. T. Jackson signs'the document prodaimlag Sept. %-
,,Worth who the PTA would 1 that correction be made of a this time for transportation for
was not a can- have been; yet much has' been what influence a who live 28 as National Business Women' Week in Stark as Mr*. Mildred
:1dldate for re-election. accomplished. have if only one parent of each recent news story that identified members of the squad
? The three Councilman Cub Pack 70 I child took an active part. An or- E. W. Wester now facing child out of town and who have no Doyle and Miss Florence Jennings tell of plans of the Starke Business
' The Board has seta
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;': elected were }'rank1llli n1s I ganization of 1,000 members in A molesting charges, as a residenj way to get home after football and Professional Woman's Chili for observing th$, week.

;: and H. D. May, who will beDew Cub Scout Pack 70 will hold goal of 300 members for the town the size of Starke could work of Keystone Heights. practice in the afternoons. Volunteers High points of the celebration by the Starke dub will be the beginning -

: faces, and D. E. Hill. its first fall meeting in the Meth- coming year. You as a parent, miracles for our schooL "May I respectfully call your will be asked to providethis of the week with special attendanee at the Christian Church

who was re-elected ,to an- odist fellowship hall on Tuesday, are needed. If you are not a '"This 'year; put your children attention to the fact that this transportation for those who on Sunday selection of a Woman of the Year who will be guest of

",.' .' other term. Sept. 17, at 7:30 p. m. Awards leader, be a helper. Lend your first! Take an active part in the indivdual resides In a trailer on need itParents honor at a dinner to be held at the Garden Restaurant on Sept. :6.
::; Blarklee Norman WTIS will be dedicated solely State Road 100 some distance of squad members and
given and Den 1 mothers support to those who have the only organization :
; Theme of the 1957 Easiness Woman's Week to "Salute to Women
!-(", :elected Town Marshall "Ith. will have charge, of refresh- privilege and responsibility. to your children. The PTA. needs, from. the Town of Keystone all others Interested in football j t -

: oat opposition. men & leadership. you! S Won't you' -* be.there. '4-,i?*%, S.;.",...,':"j f.rfr Jleights,1* I:r,Ihe Mayor-stated., are" urged ,to attend this meeting. WboW'ork. '-. -' -' $- .- i ,.. -I: ., ..... :,
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD mt1N'.n''fII".wonR.APB.'S'I'. ..'STABKE, n/RlDjK.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER is, 1937' '

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 petition will be taken as confessedby Jr., plaintiffs attorney, whose address (62) of Woodlawn according to .1
NOTICE TO APPEAR you. is: P. O. Drawer 791. Starke the plat thereof recorded In the
editorial } WMEHltl .oJir, Brtiffiff C6ft'tt r ; -'ftfJJ tiol7'iltliVr'ilw' d bd' Florida- ea-orUfore..said-.date,ag PjubHc Records of Bradford County I
raFllw ff Florida !. Ckaaetry.Cornelius once each week for four consecutive pu required by. the laws of 'Florida and Florid In PlaT Btfor I? .Pmf '
Beck. Tele- the rules of procedure. If ;you tail 17, said lands being situate ia '\
J.'' Plaintiff, vs. weeks In the Bradford County
)1 a !ttr.tt'f1 to do so, a decree pro confesso will Section 13, Township 5 South
Zenobia Beck, craph-
By San M CGarycy. Defendant- be entered against you for the re- Range 22 EastGREETINGS .'
i cJf tiS '* Case No. 12-363 'Dated this 28 day of August '
h demanded in the Complaint You
Seosorif&ii'd lief : are 'hereby
e Rit.jj kt. := fi : <* .
,.tJt'e T. This notice shall be publishedonce notified that a suit in equity hall
,L stacking bales ofhay; in, the field :Tot Zeriobla Peck, whose 'r sl. (OFFICIAL. : SEAL) Charles A.Darbyr each week for four consecutive been brought against you and each
811 ; Molested l d seemsbf J. White, who denceand address 14: 817'Duke St.. r : Clerk' of j the Circuit Court weeks in the Bradford County of you, and also against .Bradford
f. t- Georgetown,' South Carolina.' By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Telegraph. County a political subdivision ot

r was'i called overQ. .. ,, ..the.. '. State. You are hereby notified that a 8/30 4t 9/2 Witness my hand and the seal of the State of Florida as defendan
hthBasses back in oft Fatrecrnu' suit for Divorce < said at Starke, Bradford by Wray J. Finn and his wlfi.
,sgssionparens are, : tosnowF them,his Has been filed against you In the: NOTICE Court Norma E. Finn, as plaintiffs la the
: : 'Upon motion, second and unanimous County, Florida, this 27th day of
unMrstandajbly. concerned over,, the safety of methadafHeard that,Jies successfully above named Court and cansTj and vote the Board authorized its August. A.D. 1957. above entitled Court and cause;
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4 1 the relief in said
.- of that sought cult
tgeir children going to and I J" you are required eerie a copy Clerk Supplement the Road (Seal of the Circuit Court)
I, ; fnMri./schpoltaiiali/ n tacked.;a pile-18 bales high., youranswer: oil pleading to the and Bridge' Fund in the following Charles A. Darby, is to remove clouds from and quiet
all t .aimless wandering to whicjj)i" .young er! Others.;gale \, rouble 1 with .ihepile' ; complaint' on the Plaintiff's manner. according to law. Clerk of said Circuit Court and confirm the plaintiffs' title (o.
+ Attorney.T, Frank Land rum, P. O. the above described as an I,
ajeu.adajcteaBesides t the recurrent; w6riip;i | ; >pcking;put-ward 7 ndp: 'tum;' a Box 4C; Starke Florida 415 Salaries EatlauUed of RoadMaintenance Expeace ,X Py Marian. 1.: Crosby, Deputy 8/30 4t Clerk 9/20 defeasible fee simple title thereto
lin! inj .jness butc'1J. B." knows; 'and file the orignial in the office .against the claims of you and
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ab accidents, and Crew' 29744.00 to *31,644.00iatlrate'.f .
uttraffic, othergushapsJtierear ; ; 3r. .. ; !9h how f to Of the Clerk oft'!.the Circuit Courton } .Releases and Reeelptsl each of you: and you are hereby
increasing fears of child mole How.aqt common, pdfiarypipefret prevent this, or tef ore"? the IB The Cireutt court et tie'Eighth 'summoned, ordered and required tofU
erswjip i ,
at ,4t- '7th'day *f' October, 1957 l 1.Gasoline' Judicial Circuit .( Florida. IB sad $ ;your written answer 'or ,defenses .
toI ri ; ; has .come, ups in the. "* Tax J3fi.000.00 to $38.000.00The for Bradford CoIIDt,. I. Ckaaeery.
.lurk aground, school playgrounds pjftifresh'pws i ; world a q j tjte 8ei --1 otherwise the allegations of saidComplaint Boardof County Commissioners to the Complaint in .safd
,j diacussiojj this i Ten agriculture rldfistalking will be taken as confess. Case No. 12-348 cause in the office of thEE, uncle -
week w
arid other i If g I of Bradford County .Florida -
; places wHere children i congre : : ed'lby.yit"-; Wray J. Finn, and his wife, NormaE. signed Clerk of said Court. fit
learned pulpwood.fs pringingP aiidje 30,
that periiowtingfwithan ; will meet on September Finn, Plaintiffs vs. C. H. Churchill Starke, Bradford County, Florida,
: This notice' shall be publishedeach A.D.. 1957, at 10:00 o'clock'' for the
unit "giberellic" which: : aL, Defendants. '
high' acid ek
gate.No ss $13.25 a or about is supposed for consecutive ; on or before the 30th day of September
week four of hearing requests or
less a personage than J. Edgar Hoover, $1it cord and that is arf-all hoe to stimulate growth beyondanything weeks In'the Bradford County Tele 'purpose complaints. ,from, the any, public In regards ORDER. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO DEFEND AND thereof, 1957! ,Theron and to X.serve YAwn\Jr.>a copy,

- respected head of the F. B. I., issued a nation- high according to old-timer wood- ever .seen before: Ac- graph.' to the Supplemental" .Budget. I* Tke S..e.r the State of Flori plaintiffs'on.attorney whose address

ide-warning".to narents; and children 6n\ this merr around here. In fact some c9r g"topounty Agent Ge.orgeHdgjns OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 4th day>. of Sept., 1957. '(OFFICIAL Charles SEAL A. Darby)'. Clerk. da.The Tot Florida- Land and Immigration said is. Starke date. ,as Florida required on by or the before lawsof

subjfcl prior \\o the opening pi tie current school! remember years.; ago: when' pulpwood ,; it 3 was,discovered\\'f jnJapan .,CharleJ' Darby\ ,'Court.' '--- 9/6 2t 9/13 Company, a corporation. Thomas Florida and the 1954 Florida
:;Clerk of they Circuit Dixon.Elizabeth Dixon, ThomasJ _
down Hawthorne the investigated rules of civil procedure. It
whftt you
term. And a recerjt local incident this rpund,4 ( By Virginia F. Darby, Depatj Clerk !. Tie Circuit Court Of TheEigltk Janette E. Burrin Lillian
all| e (| o .a'pjanf Burrin fall to do so a.Decree Pro Con
brought only 25 cents a unit. the jjhenoyiinal growth of, 9/1 4t 971'1iOTICM Circuit of FloridaIa'Aad
nAture .//ias. brgught"subject;, vividly to the' .. ingr: of.__ rice It:', has! been '.t.? i TO.&PPB&K p ','< k'jI.' .f ; 'For. Bradford Co..t,.. IBCfcaacery. Churchill wT: Foss Alexander, James H.Kelley Foss, ,Daniel C. H: fesso for the will relief be entered demanded against in you the

attention ot parents in this area; Incidentally,; heard, of the 'ibig" tried orf various crops,' including '1m CJrealt C. rt.. Amerced Gsartyr 'Case- No. 12-358 O. Taber, and Mrs. D. O. Taber. if complaint '- _
tre&but ... Ora: Catherine Tapley, Plaintiff, vs. alive.and if any of the, above IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that
tfie nation sa s'.tilat. FI..I-I.cC.'eeJ"
Across law enforcement officials phwr
unit for the first time this week. George F. ,Gunn, Plaintiff", vs. PhIllip {toT pl.ey, Defendant. named persons be dead, then his this order and notice shall be pub
are seeking' to cope with the problem, and they Had thought that the. unit.was a sc far at the Experiment Station Olive E. Gunn, Defendant.Case ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND! unknown heirs devisees, legatees, lished consecutive once weeks each* in"week the' for Bradford four
leinors, creditors or other
have, come up wjth .a. number of. suggestions. ,,to standard measurement, .of ,51ft. /. the results have. been. inconclu- Notice To.,!ppearl. No. ..12-:60 IB; Tie NOTICE-Name .f TO the DEFEND State of Florl- grantors persons claiming any interest in County Telegraph, a newspaper.
aid i parents in their children x 4 ft x 8 ft. or a.total of 168 sive: To:- Olive EJ.:. Cunn, whose resI- dai.ToPhTHip, the hereinafter describE .property, published inBradford County, Florida
guiding, .properlyaround thtough, under against each and having_ a'general circulation -
\ .. cu. feet with the s. ,* dence and"addr ss Is: 3121.RavenswoTW = R. Tapley; 1 41 25'' West- by or
this increasingly dangerous pitfall.In ; as compared ;' 'Placer Alexandria; Virginia. minister Place, St. Louis. Missouri: such deceased and .Era tus G. Hill in said County.
f cord of 4 x 4 x 8 or 128 cubic .,Ever see. a.very.ina43rattle You. are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a suit as trustee, and Max Stearns; Lazarus -, WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
general.authorities l recommend thatchil ? TteduetfoWef'Alimonrxaf0eeu'flled in equity for divorce has been filedagainst Mohr, and Gustav L. Mohr assuccessor the said Circuit Courf of Bradford
; feet. The unit is to 's\ilf"folr
"big' supposed snajkfe> Don ,, has seen
: .Champion 'agarfstiyou'ln th ,< py Ora Catherine Tap- trustees for the benefit County, Florida and the seal of
dren be taught as early as possible to rely on meaSure 6 x 4 x 8 or a. total of two recently. While. out ,marking > named' Court and 'cause*ana Jabove1 ley in the-above named Court" and of1' -creditors of Thomas J. Enrrin said. Court at Starke, Bradford

recognized, responsible 'ptersons when in need of 192 cubic feet or'24 cu.' ftf more timber with I a., yellow paint he yon are required to serve a copy;of cau'se; and you are hereby' summoned for,the-and benefit their successors of the-creditors in trust of of County August,Florida"on JUX. 1957.the 22ml day
to the ordered,_ and required to
or pleading -pen ;
: }e1p. If any untoward incident occurs, they than the regular unit. sprays on trees t whichrei; ; to ,be> your Litton answer,''on th 'Plaintiffs Attorney file your written,?answer .or 'defenses the said ThomasJ. Bnrrin. and all (Circuit Court' Seat) .
; es. : Pox 546 Complaint' In' said persons claiming'any interest in Charles A. Darby, ,. .? .. ..
cut he the and T. P' 'ank'Lan4rum, p. O. : to the '
snake "
should report as quickly as",possible to a police= saws ? ? ; Florida J cause In' th'e office of the undersigned the property hereinafter described Clerk of the Circuit Court of
StarKe. ;
man,- highway patrolman postman teacher or- Speaking of pines, now Is the promptly sprayed ,paint{!n; the.fr<, and fUe'the't>rifftnal in.the 'office- o? Clerk ot .the Circuit Court by through, under or against:tbem Bradford County, Florida. ,
, '. season for gathering slash pinecones eyes; He sap they, strike blindly-! the Clerk1;;; of the Circuit Court. on at.Starke.. Bradford County, Floridaon or either of, them ,in or.to the fol- Theron A. Yawn, Jr., Attorney forPlaintiffs"
other official. lands situate In Bradford P..o. Drawer 791,
; of lowing
the or' before the 27th day
:According to" Don' Champion several times and ,then .try to 'before '
i ,' 30" day-of' September; 19 57c 1 temberj.AID.; 1957; and to serve a County,. Florida, to-wit: Starke;, Florida.
; As for parents, they should report any cases farm forester. ,the pine cones crawl away! >> otherwise the allegations of said: copy thereof on Theron A. Yawn,* Lots sixty-one (61) and' sixty-two 8/30 tt 9/20

,.:. to, tie proper authorities i immediately. It is a:- must be from slash' pine, they I' ,. "...,; ._J'. .';,, :" .--- a M.rximss y . ., .'.i I > ...-.>; ..... ... .... .... ... ,.....,,,. .-.....1. Ii

grave ''mistake' to let these incidents go unreported must be mature (test dropping ,

... because of possible '" mbarrass nent.;" If one in 20 ,weight motor: oil-if itfloats' }

'.. the molester gets: away with a comparatively it is mature) and they ., .
shoultj be gathered before the'end y. i '

minor offense, his next activity might, result in of this month., Price paid is $1.10 . I I .

terrifying tragedy. .identity of the. children will per. busheL .There .is. a light crop to' '. ...d., _' .j\' ; .4 :' ."' ;

: }be) l Kept secret of course, and prompt cooperation of them. we are .,told.One i .10'11-': ,, ,.' "' ,. .;;{" ,, ;,.J., ...,.."-, T t. ,' ....., ,'. '
I. : I
on the part of the parents will usually re ., y "1."' '- '.J" ; _._ .".._ ,,.. .4.J
'f : .
{ :
.. bushel of will produce { \ .
sult" in sentences for' cones :' .. }
\ jail offenders. : .. ;
Here are some of the specific .recomme da- one quart of seed, or a ; ..." .. ; ,
pound, and that amount will produce ., .. thie f '' !..''.j.

.. irons that parents are urged,, to drill .into ,their 18,000 seedlings. ,This apparently ,'"' ., '" t i I k .-: ;!

children until they become second nature: is one time the old saying -. .

1 Never c'cept.rides from strangers.. ,"A pint is a' pound, the world '
k ,
: 2: Doift take candy kind roun'd" does not apply. .
. l money, or any of '6
treats: from unfamiliar persons, or let them
, .
Ever shuck out an old flour .'

touch you. barrel full of corn as it comes hhdffl A t

.. 3. Never accompany strangers who ask for from the field loose shuck?t They : ; I JI

. directions; assistance, or who offer you a job say it will shell out exactly one

with pay bushel k

.& Go' directly home tom school. Never- play *- .eIn'pw'travelsaround ., ) : '. ,

.. in alleys: deserted l ; :.this area r I I"'; .:. !
buildings around .
or publicwashrooms. .t t.! "
hav 'som'e1 ) "" .
we noticed '
' "mighty ...... J'; 7 ; .
big live oaks, so .last, week we ,. J.- : .. I. j "ft.fj' 'I I "
.b. Take, a pal, along withj ypu !when iyou gq ,tp, asked .a.man, in the tree'business 111. =}* : : ] I I.., I I. I : ; : "h"'jJU."lf'; t'i: i

'.- the publie how big toe 1 largest''like: : oak in U' .I'1'' Ert' : tL,.
J I If
: I'' Florida is. His that i 1
places. j ,reply ,. ;,' ,,;.! i any.I <
H 6. If a stranger should approach you or make a' wejl-known ''oak near Earleton, -' I L !& I l
Beach is supposed to J'e'16) or 18 >
. don't
any sort j of advances, be afraid or embarrassed = + "

: to call for help. A child( molester is ft.the in.granddaddy diameter and of that them must all.. be } ". '

w... mortally fearful of public attention. '. e ,a I I'I'ri

7. If you should be approached in this manner Lots of folks cutting hay these, \7 ..

' fry to' remember.what the person looks' like days.j Jv B. White reports..that.. ,. k,,, r.

". so, yqu, can describe him ,later to the police; Ifhe he" recently got 510 bales .of .. ." .
gOad, Pangola hay from a three ."
; .is in an ,automobile, obtain the license number / ,. '
and a half acre field.. r
... make and color of the Write down the
,- .- ,car. tOne ,

information with a pencil, if you have one, or. of the latest methods of ( i.66 v LJ' }

... scratch it on the pavement or in the dirt with storing hay is to stack the bales ,: !

" a' stick or stone.' in toe field and protect it with a I

j _n plasic cover, tied across the .. .
ft it top. ,
' : .parents'will accept as.their obligation .. ., F... '
/ This '
may be.gOOd ,idea .but we r- o..
, to impress, these simply precautions upon their heard this week of one man{ who, '" ." .,. : ".. '" f L f ;: '"

children, ,both boys and ,girls, the task of the tried tit, and when he went 1 backa : ::- .. !<',\. I

. l law enforcement_ officials Will be made much few days,after putting it on a ..- ,.,2.-. :- .. for 0 fl 9 r

"'" easier, in, approaching, .child molesters There stacks of hay, he found it torn to :... :;'> ;; ; __

., will be fewer tragic cases reported to' the press, shreds. < ; 5' ._ ______

and one of the most shameful facets of present :'.'\ ',. .
One of toe ,_ .' r nJ rl
best men around for ".1-. .
,. day living will be' practically eliminated \!,-4;? "+... ;; .fit. A g
.J >
Ik Cfrralt CA.rtr. Bradford C rirr r, .' \ '
Two' '
Facets Of
: Complex Florida* I. Chaaeery. ., ;. I -.. t r::
Shirley M. Todd Plaintiff TS. _
: Charles S. Todd Defendant. '
Problem -
Are Ericouragingand Case' No. 12-343
Nettee -TI
T. Appear t-
- I To:'Charles S, Todd, whose resi
-- ,Every. ,now then L ,member of tliea Negro. dence and address Is: Unknown. :..' zgTa
= race interjects You are hereby notified that a _
,) a refreshing and heartening note suit for Divorce

: in an otherwise depressing: scene by showing a above baabeen, named.. idea Court agarnei', you 'iri the +. ) .. .:... -.w -" --,' ,a .
causeandyou -
: better understanding of a complex' problem than are required to serve a copy ot ;:: f ;; .: ; ', N I ., .. '
::: some of his white, brethren. your answer or pleading to the comv 'r' ,. W' "e. 'nl '1f ; -.1"__,..., .
I _
plaint on the Plaintiff Attorney, ,, : :, .,
.1 .. ; .
.. f ?.> ;; I' '
:: Take Samuel H., Moore: ,. of Birmingham Joseph K. Skipper, 2JJ Florida < :' rM.. .,
Ala. .. < + ;
Title Building, Jacksonville 2, .1 .-...!(,!: .. .i' ., =2' = ,
- for instance. As president of the Southern Ne- Florida ? .;' -"" ,i:. -,""" -" >.,> /! .
I t'
: fro and the tie original In me office ot ( : : .p------.pt 1 :
Improvement Association i of Alabama l ,
he the Clerk of the Circuit Court off or '! .' .. ... ..
recently sent a telegram to President Eisen- before the .25 day ,tot. Sept.1957: : ...' ..$ I ,. "
otherwise the allegations ot cafe .. ", .. 1"
d ,
:; bower ''f' I ':
opposing forced Complaint will be .
integration of public taken at conrea* .
5 ; ( . >
" ed by yoiu- t _EIOU biij! I '-""- i.
schools the. South. This notice; ban W'' : ; >-c-P..t.
n... published !!1t' ,-"" F' q ,' .;.
-In his telegram to the .President, this Negro'spokesman ( tive once weeks eachweek- for four consecu < : I : :" : : :
the Bradford ;
: :
County r" / < <
.: said: "We appeal to you in the in- Telegraph : :< ,' .. _\
; Dated this 21.day of Ang:; 1957. ". f : ,. .
I '
rest.dt J
: and I '. --
peace harmony between (OFFICIAL. :
the White SEAL) Charles A.Darby l

:. and Negro' races in: the South and, ask that nosteps By" Marian. Clerk*L. Crosby of the Deputy.Clertv Circuit Court :. ;:: : 'A CARI'ON! OR CASE t" ,.. :: .-- .::" :

be made .
.to force integration of public 8/2J 4t 9/H "- t ', '
: schoqjs! in Jhejputh;.; Declaring that "such will NOTICE OP-IVTEXTICW1: .:': I I' .' ,, ;',' j

:: not e? 1l11Me! $$ D '8ltlier raw," spokesman TO REGISTER, FICTITIOUS NAME ,: OF. Ii r ,_ : 1 .
... Mooed a Notice is hereby, given that the ;::'. Thisfbig: -new.tray is perfect for snacks at TV time ; : :, '
t .! flWftled pf-: o reed integra undersigned, under the provisions' to' .
,: Lion,fpf the schools would result in widespread Acts of Chapter of 1941 20.953 Laws s>t Florida.. ". : and just as great for porch' and'.terrace serving' : : and ,. ;
will tfor
the : '
: ti'101 l WCaits' .mt'M_ h lf1 fr ". J. : Clerk for Bradford of the County Circuit Court Florida; In-upon and C.oca.! O.f f a: ,:- pidnics,cook-outs, parties and, .get-togethera of all.KndsntVa ., .'.' :; ,f

:: I\A t e\v S !el i h/S/ vetnoh? F utius 9t ..AtknsWl : receipt, of proof of publication of :: '. i
' %pV1.Wl ingtt'tlaimt\ ? the S9 uth fog ris this notice, the fictitious name of beauty to look at, too!! Strong, plenty large ,.
: $e! Temple Motel under which' we' are .

: J s jttyB3! .l@ r?&te egret*!p1 H1.' ,fife. Schools[ Ave.engaged, Starke In ,business' Fla. at N. Temple .-: r ((18H" x 13Ji'i) and"decorated M'color, the TV tray ,

-: .of :5w.R\ oc, (lfef rpP.1I.t being-mwdy: an,act:'Jof. James iL' O'Snllivan; and Lillian \,: AT YOUR f .adds' note of'hearty good times io WniltliV: : ..'
O'SuUivan.) : a (
owners, c/o Temple Motel _
: _
.. .V.efl?%en tefels operatirig; .under If ,
I %: : I" Starke, Fla. _' *-, '
.; .th e\lman\ vetf1 ap,. 4suss.P l.w lc ,he.wouMrqrfeJJ A.Dated D, 1957 this at 30th Starke day ot Bradford August'. -/\f;: < i! V"O'niTE i r When.refreshment is called for, it'sniee, to serve each > : '. t .1

' .1iiS office if he failed County, Florida .. OCER'
to ; r
: oppose 8/30 4t J/20 : t" li : un Ii
.. of these
; i oiyourfamfly b"ndsome.
de : member on
atpl guest or
,. fI lt { s,7 >"h ,tt drniilun r ,\ NOTICE : 1 ; .
Iii TO
: 1. II r t.t.t A-onists. ,. .'who. Ru i d eia41nGq! ;, his acton la Circuit Covrt. Bradford APPEAR Ceaary.. ;.,,;. ';';'-..:: :-. I: trays'YOU'LL.WANT.SEVERALI.. I
o .rf Florida Ckakcery; '. .. ,
terms ,nati6nala .
i &m''r1' Yv | >) ;,
t ; ., f6r- Irene Demaggip; Plaintiff vsc1 ;. t... ; -_

* rtW $t)r, o tl.n& q}e.dfacttha t s W es, .have Frank, Demaggio, Defendant.Case No. 12-355. <.,#, ,03 :: 1" 4' : I ...... _" ..... ..,. '
- << ate 'A' ... "1.'J- :JS ** TjtJ?* *&* t _L-. '1".r. r ... ssti rse ItIF __
. a'iR'J2, !113' q'Wn; ( sworn'.toiepeopleot Notice To Appear .; : Jf9 .,, -- nas' titir tsrr tiat sae. ors'erst figs stir test lsI
J\\; To:, Frank > r" 1r, ttir'tiet. ere_trr RA strip Ian tiro tr tilt r -
.: uplla Demaggio, whose resi ,
.., .
Arkansas "
tl Qrp ; 1 4 "1 ., ". --, .
s-de' r' ,
"( t ; .approved dence and address is: Unknown;: : I''d' ; '- tlfod fOde'a1.9i -' : '
-: a c titio. onali'i.amendment j las ,. oyeinber re- Yoq are hereby, notified that :: ; :; .. ,! '" ". -\ '".: 'Wc
for Divorce .. .' ,
quirwg..state officials, ,to..make and foice has been '-- q { 'i'r.. ." '" '"-, ,-.
: fried against ;
;i I Q> seg- you In tnt ,' : I" !o<
? region' Jf f IIJt*is.under-this! Jaw, thatGovernor you above are named required Court to serve-a and cause ',and "t'. y.-.3i.... :"- ..'' ... '. ;;,'";-.'-. -.. ;.-ti S "'. .Fup N 7 Iw

. Fa bus is acting, and we wish' h'inr weD. ;your answer or; pleadingto copy-of the ,. '.. :;.---' '"''fI'f. ".,..,..::. ,

Irt. the- meanwhile complaint t on the Plaintiffs, '>.. : .
- hats off. to '
Samuel H. Attorney E. K. Perryman. Stark.
; Moore< Birmingham, Ala Some of his Florida _' --
common L and file the original

: dense could l ber used l to.good advantag by Attorney on pf the or before Clerk'.the of the Circuit 1ntheoffice Court S6fc1i on { fod y:.-.. t

-o! GenerilHerbert' Brownell and others i in t 30th day of September/1957; >
* W* hih this ..., otherwise, the allegationa'of said 1
Complaint will be taken as confess
. .
."s. t.' I DFOR-D COUNT? "( i. GRAPH ed This by you.notice shall. he. pubilsne'd 'antI tp?" trays vscd

once each weekfor- four consecu get your
- .- ., .' :-Ecy..a7a: ... tide weeks In the Bradford County .
: iiD ': ..NEWS1"AP Telegraph. .
,# itL1aMDL Dated this 2CtbT dry' ot August.
a ceNnNaart&." -

- ptJiLiSHED EACH FRIDAY AND' rtrratm' AC'SECOND CLAM Clerk CnarkML of the Darby Circuit Court. B iF- uil oliitofThe' Coar CobtCoiiPdY'Ii1 STARfcl? C ATO tA. JJom NG COMPA y'+i.z1 : '
MATTER AT THE POST OWCK AT TARKt; FLORIDA UNDER I By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. .
THI ACT OF MARCH 11, l$7.. 8/30 U 9/20 1

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Y surgery" at the' BaPMst Hospital tera and family! :' ; "lasrFriay' !frein "several" weeks'-.f -..........'"..-.;".'..............,...,..,...-" : "'.."'Vj'''TT iBy '!'h3mtcm--and' daughter were!Sun
Jacksonville last Friday"'morning. vX We'tegret'"that 11e Cannon'a visit iherfchildren" and'their t I day :dinner .guests of Mr. and GASToowsl ;

MAXVILLEBy .niece: Mrse 4aaLGrriffis P.t << rrmfi.i families inl: Orlando and Cot oa. NORTH SJDE- Mrs. }.t..L., McDanieL" I

Mrs. Sylvia Carter and son of' soiiviUe;'pasS'idi"l1..J y1D jacks6h: Mrs. Sara. 'R cker' of Rome, Mr. 'anil Mrs, Coy A. Stephen-, .-

By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Jacksonville visited with Mr. and vile last week, T irierat'seM t Ga. arrived last.:week for several blre. Carl, Brovru ton of Camp' Blanding visited -By--
J mornIng were held from therlaif Brluttcfi IIl d. Eo II weeks, with' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Reese Scott last
Mrs. C. B. Nolan Sunday ;;. ii. A visit/ y .- I." ." : >I.d'hsssa'tJo '. .
A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA Baptist Church- at'l vp.faTn.rseptij. -. ... ..AA ..A..AAL&&AAA..A' Marvin Faile'and daughters'and- .&, &&&A&AAAAA &&A&AA. A.. Sunday afternoon. GIB BROWN
,: *e < I sz ,ar f,.<: s3.A"-4 A".r.J.4. other "1 -.1..U..t-U. >
: ; friends.here.Tracy aeSl xTHE:
Mrs. George Rose and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. C Nolan and Ends 1 ard"of" J k- EIGHT POINT for the

Lois,. of Jacksonville were family Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par Mr. and Mrs. G. M. ;Peach ofHastings CounclJ< Stcre 7eari' Jones' left Thursday of ':sonvjlie.1,ar.IOI"t"Y-' :; iU'iiervieest. ktJfortii way ,you write. Come In and select

supper guests of :Mr. and. Mrs. rish and family, :Mr. and. Mrs :and-:Mre''.W!A/Cmnon RepaV"' : ii*' ; s-c SidewalksHamptda : iMil met last week; .for,' Austin, Texan "Sidsrsfiiaay nrfrniif and )"OUl"favorite: ESTEUBROOK

Kyle Cannon last Tuesday night. C. B. Nolan and family, and Mr. of Palalka spent. *Sunday with Ctty 3. to where he -is; stationed,:with ttiair vfai'a -.di rl\e?*guest 0t ui. f Ivery Fountila. Pen.. TELEGRAPH' 1

Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards spent and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson of Mr. and. Mrs. C: 'B.*" ltl olan 'and. Tuesday*ciear the"deckbPthis'evening, September year's force, after a 30-day furlough ThompsonrfamU i* fi4jff.t' .w .,* l 3 '1. ,_ "-- 1 1rt

the day in Jacksonville Sunday Jacksonville went to Strickland's sons. tor'the ann, spent herewith his parents Mr aii6:Mrs.'P.13. John. visit- i

with her daughter, Mrs. Ruby Landing last Thursday eveningfor John and Ed Waters and Eugene !: business" and'repare election" of- 'and. Mrs. Raleigh' Brannen. f ed4'their": children ia |a2Rsonvilleahli GAY'S
nul4 Vity"1 vH Tuesday ,,
Malloy and family. a swim and picnic supper In Hires spent 'Sunday in this ?" -,!, ; 4" 'Mr. and MrsL. A. Hall 'went J3'st"Frida." a: rsv i .. ,
Miss Gloria Cannon returnedto celebration of J. C. Nolan and Jacksonville Wtth'Urii: f: Kr week toTampa Saturday to "see hiS rj.Yrt' -Jlrs. E. C. Harvey andchddrett -

her home here on August 31, Mrs. C. B. Nolan's birthday. Bill Roberson' and daughter.j-** "pegistraUon books'were m- father, M 'Ha11./Mr. and .Mrs. tT.: were ;'Sund ,-'?dinner Home.. Appliances
'held at ..pectedj njf ua fieNi Voters approved Hoover in guests of;, Mf. and MfX 'MDsc& .- -; .
at Homecoming 'WW''be spent Sunday Hantp-
after' a several weeks visit with A small group! gathered .
the 'JIaxvilleiBaptist Chnrch on for'the'electi'on.:eta H. rD, ton with the Halls. Mrs.,, Hoover Carter.i" *'* Your Friendly
relatives and friends in Nashville, the Civic Club Friday night and .
: Tenn. and Marietta, Ga. skated. Next Friday night. Sept. Oct. 6th. Dtaner. ; win be 'l itd on MahatqiiaUfTd"as Candidate' is- Mr.'-Hl'* a 'nt. tylft;''and Mrs.' L. C.' Carter and

13, a skating party will be held. the grounds) 'and 'ami ri'""from i for comicHmanv: he; Wdsremoved! :\\'Mr. ar4.' a'Irving Young: Mrs.: Beity*: Johns'Wi the Norge Dealer You'. have to pour that oilSTEC'
We are sorry to hear that ks aif' :inspexrtor lot 'the election.' r.... .V' pthmaJf-vNormanr! family* last ... F>\ "'Pmdin
Everyone is invited. A small fee Jacksonville 5tarkeBanJ( other !"'ho r "ten Irvin' ? in Val.rt : a hurry"We'll
}'trs. Rudy Higginbotham was : .. .. t4'Gail .
I May ip'poirfted inhis5 .. Staidayi ; :(< ; NQRGE APPLIANCES ,
ah Mrafpl'D: 'q r > viu "
i. vH Ia weekend .
'burned when will be charged to skate. places will be presfint'trf entertain iry J J'l .
Sunday morning r "; sr *
> v Martin is WXOVA'y to giveyou
getting alongfin
: placet { a
; go
everyone tvel7b1idY i1. next to
the gas stove on which she was I v The first football game that to attend.Hope"will "Tax-r were Inspected, and\ 1.,,;...... : -' the'post- P4'* #',jtfter;a"'''tonsil ctomj ui theldrke &IAYTAQ WASHERS, the FASTEST: SERVICE!
cooking. blew up in her face. the Baldwin team will play will plan properties / g +hospitaipta'reek.d ;' ,. ,
assessments made on 1'' : '
IlTir.l."Mrs: COLEMAN and "
Mrs Cole Combs, Jr. of Sand- be with the Terry Parker High Miss Merle! HjggiAbotbani for homestead R C. Gray and deriy'Ci: 4wietf;MobldAla; .. .Mr. HEATERS'
no longer eligible dais-'hters. FLOOR J
erson was a dinner guest of Mrs. School and will be held In the spent! the last week in August in .of'- l 'sp ni: amVM s'g Sam 'i-1! vL4oto-: and FURNACES..
exemption. i I
Sidney Harris and family Satur- Gator Bowl on Saturday night. Bradenton with Mr. and Mrs. R.V. 1 Monday of.this. week in Hampton i edreri4and+)Jr. na1: Mrs> Billy fill RJ9WNS'
The council gave. approval: to with the Marvin Failes.tn; : We Service All Makes\
: '= _.
Sept. 21. \ Murphy. Mr. Murphy was a 'Walker: and chlldret; alt of .Jack- -
day.We at the Veteran's Memorial the street committee begin 'Henry Queener and.daughters! sorlVm I ': Of AppliancesPhonl RVIC STATION
regret to hear that little [ Rev. Edgar Norman of Jacksonville patient Enroute home she- street and sidewalk\ repair. discussed of Port St. 'Richie stopped in imd Mr, ndrS.J. CleoHorne"'s ,. ? U ; i
Boots Harris, of Mr. and at the Hospital. ; 'Pi! Products
son preached evening at last month's meeting.The Hampton Standard
in Jasfweek': with"the "JW. during the tima Camp 0. .
Mrs. Buddy Harris, has been ill services at the Maxville Baptist enjoyed sightseeing Tampaand $542 received from ',Florida'; -MUU; : i
points of interests in the I Horne's4 enroute to'St.. Augu-. Blanding: was'being constructed, Starke, Florida Temple Ave.JarierParker .
for .six weeks and was unable to Church Sunday night. and Co. recentlywas 1 40J |f.
Power Light stine. 'Mr .
central part of the state. i I : Queener lived with the and workedat"Camp Blanding: .
start to school last week. Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and daugnter Billy Nolan' has been suffering. designated to be used for "'- 4!:' e l ... - .....
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and have returned from an extended this purpose.. Work was} begun
from infected the
an finger'as
family of Jacksonville visited visit in College park Ga. Monday on a,sidewalk along Division ;
result 'of sticking a fish' pin
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family Mrs. Griffis' father returned St. from Navarre St to
it while fishing in the Biscayne
Saturday enroute to Haines, Ga. home with her and spent a week. the school, and on some street J r
Bay in Miami on August' 31.-
A chicken piau supper was Mr. and Mrs. D. G. :Mann and repaira .
We are glad to know' that Ii
given at the Maxville Baptist family of Jacksonville visited Present atthe meeting were
after a long hot'summer. D. J.
Church on Saturday night, Aug. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Mayor G. P. Wadsworth Clerk 4 ,
Parrish at last hid the cast removed e
31, for members of the Vacation North and family. W. H. Maxwell Marshal C- "R. ro
from his legand he is
Bible School. Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Wilkinson Cox, Council Chairman rW:;' H. I ,
now wearing a brace. We hope
We" are glad to report that visited with Mrs. Gertie Fair- Griffin and councilman, ,A, C. sc
that soon h will be walk-
Rev. Herbert Higdon ia: getting cloth' in a Jacksonville hospital very Dennison ,J. W;' Home, and D.
ing as 'good as ever. .
along nicely after undergoing I Sunday afternoon. We regret E: Hill. '
I that Mrs. Faircloth is seriouslyill. A revival being.Cfturch''and planned at Mission Study. ShowerAt "NQt1 to:8: .A'1. 'US"TH *TA YIAR AGO: ?

the Maxville Baptist .
WMU Mp.etinrTnH.
FOR YOUR Misses Jo Ann Parrish, Ann will begin the 'week of Sept. 92,.. ''H mpton' ,Baptist -WMU met at .. Once again your AiP slashes prices on one of Ammca', new tow.price.your'choice is still f Custom Ground You
I before exactly right for'your
and ryes
Miss Debbie Phillips Rev. f avoriteiXuitoin'Groadd AfcP prem/umijufl/ ty your
Motes, Martha Harris, the church on Tuesday evening .
Bobby fora .
fresh Savor pay
; r < athi iie; you
HOME WATER I Burned and James Norman Lester Taggart 'attended a planning this week, '''for"-study and prayer CHERRY jvemcinucr.;,..oi11Y.thepncjt..c1IanJtd!_These are' u i _ft ,-.,. -rsami
the 'Black Creek AkP Coffee flavorNow enjoy THIS'REAL COFFEE that's "Alive. 'withfanjousfotalnysst
meetiingf superb blends that have made
celebrated Martha's _
SYSTEMS birthday meeting. \'' 'state missions: : : LdWfeeiCESt !

Friday night and attended' a mo- Sunday School Association' 'l last followed, by a surprise stork. P IES t.hundred. ., .* years.** "And..;.evea-tthese.,.. FUvor".at.'. thcse'l't'EW' --
at Cedar Creek. rTRih *
2 INCH WELLSOR vie in Starke. Thursday night shower, .for Mrs. J. A. Williams.. .
'We are glad that Miss Karen Mr. and Mrs. E. D Higgin- The program for the mission ;.. ... ': Mild & Mellow *|j. Vigorous & fHBtllttk Full-Bodied

LARGER Griffis is improving after a recent botham .and family were 'supper work was' presented by Mrs. 8 j. "8 .. y HKS*: 1.lb Bag
Mr and Mrs. Red ':. ,
: 10 43c
Repairs On All Make illness. Charles Hicks'in the form of TV Mb. .Bag Wine : '

Pumps Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Blackwell in Macclenny last" Sat- programs. She was assiate4 'by 'EACH ,' \\r i' .. .;
daughter attended'' the urday night. ''r.. -15t1'.u.. < 8]C
singing Mrs. Marvin Faile.- Mrs. D >.,'. 'm--'''''''''' 4 "'
''' "
Financing: AvailableAll convention which was held at the The attendance of the Maxville .' Mrs M. P.; Miner.. and Mrs. H 13 RE t.3..i.! lIb. Bag SoK. AR".... .
School ..
Work GuaranteedCall Oak Grove Baptist Church :on Baptist Sunday droppedfrom C L. Cooper. 1 ..16. r L E\ ..I. 1
Sunday, Sept. 1. 125 to 104 last Sunday. .r.." tOffEE
After the program, Mrs \VilIiams' u 3 lb Bag
GRanite; 55123 or We:? are glad that Mrs. Doss Let's all try to attend .this, Sun- was sarp'rised' with gifts :'APPLE t .yNUMuru, ., -

GRanite 52962 Higginbotham is improving aftera day and bring somebody with ,us. for a'stork! shower. Refreshmentswere :. 3-]b'g .. 79.C 2.4 3
There 90 pupils enrolled .. t'$ ;;" j
recent attack of food are
poisoning.Mr. .
: ; "
served by Mrs Fane 'and t "" $ ; :.
Or Write and Mrs. Owen Andersonand thus'; far: m the :Maxville school Mrs.. Florrie Belle Brown. .... .SAUCE 213 L.1'V<'; 1'-ry'fi; .r. < ". -. -- .
of forf.his term. We lost 5 'students son Lawtey visited Sun 'Grfeal' Church 6
At .
; ..
ROY JORDAN day with"Mr.. and Mrs.. Dan Par toJ Ctay'Hilf' this terra*'due to'lhej ,'"Tfie ;!sp a.ker3,$unday'imorningati'service's t ; ,1 LB-CAN. :: h. FER. LD

rish.Mr bus 'problem. \; in't,'! e'Hampton' Bap- Price Cuff' AP VUCM-PACPP COFFEE, 09 ,

Melrose, Florida and Mrs. Bud Waters and I ;:trr and Mrs. James Coleman tL'* ,Church was .George' Field of 2 for 25c > ,

I family of Jacksonville were Sunday -, announce the arrival of a 7 lb. Lakeland a co-founder of ''the __' SPECIALLY'BLENDEDI./ ------- -----

guests of Mrs.. Dorothy WaThat's -", JO J .oz. daughter on Sunday night' C\\ 1.drel1's. Bible-Mission work ----.--. -' --. -- -

Sept. 8,, at SL Vincent'a Hospital .
/ which is
1 & on inthis' area Shortening I ri! t
I in'Jacksonville. Both mother, al'preseni: by lliseAnne Bell n. box _.. _1-
: 'JE'7" 3 lb __ 79c
Our Business baby are doing nicely.) Mrs.) Coleman -, and'Miss Reba Robinson of Key. ?'S rRraht": ; == ,
: .
Sho ,
; ,
; p' t Shank Small Half orvh ; :
r Fully :
i s is the former. Mlsa, Judy atoneJ i ', : .. .
I] i sotq eizhts. : i !!'
If It's Glass We Have It! Giddens of Avon _' "'\ : ; '. qt. bottle :
", Park.! ,'. ;i-.itrsiind'Mrs: ; ,, fthur Kreft andhirs < ] t: WESSON OIL ? ---- 58e
CALL WRITE brVlSIT 'MK''andju'rs.. JamesWaters j ...
'; Marlene Sullivan presented 'EOPIC'NIC Ib Lily .
S" 3" 9' c '
and family of Lawtey qnday '
.. spent 'sAecialmusic at services ,at thechurch I GRITS ____ 1 Ib bag ___,.,.___ 19c
with Mr
and Mrs.
Bufprd _
Joe Peters Glass Co. Sunday evening. :Mr and ,. 4 --' '
: .
Bleach ,
Higginbotham 'and( family.. Mrs 'Kreft l left this..week1 to at- '# Laundry : : .

FOR ,ANY GLASS NEEDWe t! Mr., and Mrs. -Buford Higgin tend Te.nness:: 'a Temple :Schools ... ; CLOROX -_.._ -- quart --.-...---- 19c-

Design Modern Store Fronts botham, ..spent the Labor pay Chattanooga.'; : Tenn. >rrs. kreft. Danish PlumroseI Hood Liquid l' .
weekend with the
in. Lawtey
and Mrs. .Sullivan) are daughters. E-Z "STARCHquart 21c
Just :Mail Us A Pattern'.for James Waters family : -----
while Mr.and
,. Table Tops Mrs. Waters in C ebr- of Mr. and .'Mrs Underwo64 ; visited! : 'pound d ?
I Gainesville, and are former. HAM' 2 can $$2.25 ,
1313 :N.W.; 4th. PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR.'2-4353: : r.gia' HajnptojT residents. BORAXO __J-- 16 oz can --- 23c

Miss Patricia.Owens and her School r'ewsnuollment | : I j'. _. ,1 : 20 Male'Team. "J .
brother -Jessie 'are ;'in : ;
Sneads with their father staying; James at Hampton 'Elementary ; BORAX ..;-.;,. 1 ,l lb. box _...-_-- 19c

Owens, and attending school 129 'for, School this year -was Allgood Sanitary i Napkins '
the first week,, two more
there. ,KOTEXl regular_box __ 43c
than were enrolled the'firt --- -
:' LET US FIGURE ON :YOUR NEXT Mrs. John North and week .
family! of the; XP56-57; school year- according' NabiSCO Wavedy I

and the Labor Mrs. Mary'Day weekend Wellhausen 'spent Vero to Mrs. Ola" M. Perkins: SLICED BACON 1 1lb pkg 69 C V A'fERS13 oz box ____ 25c-

BUILDING JOBFor school::! principal. *"
Beach with ''Mrs. Wellhausen's .. Facial. Tissue .
Lunchss were' served'to
son; and daughter-in-law,' Mr. of 126 KLEENEX ____ 2 small coxes __ 29cGulf"
average day: for; the '
and Mrs. Henry WeUhausen "'
first week Mrs. Perkins : .

_ ,1--. Friends of' interestd Mrs. RandolphCrosbt Mrs Janie H. Noe, sixth added grade LEMONS Large Firm for INSECTICIDE __ pint 35c
will be to know was 6 IQc
}'ree'Estimates = that she .Is now, working at! the teacher absent' from classeson -,' '. ..... Toilet Soap -
Friday of last '
week, due ,
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack the at1t.of to CAMAY __ regular bars, 2 for __ We
her'f 'no
tJ1er/. H' .
: sonville.Mr. Hodges, 'of' Zephyrhills'who died Toilet.Soap '

Phone : -z. : and Mrs C. B. Nolan and 'Thursday night: MrS, .Virginia CAMAY -,. bath bars, 2 for___ tic
sons accompanied Mrs G. M. Faile substituted during Mrs.: TOMATOES & W 4 Ib 19c "" _
$ 493-J Beach of' Hastings'and Mrs, W, Noe's absence. p Sunshine Hydrox ]

A. Cannon of Palatka to .Miami Mrs. Clifford Prevatt was absent __ T _. COOKIES ___. 7 oz'pkg. __w 25c
last week for visit with .
a Mrs.
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS *s cook in the school lunchroom -

Nolan's sister, MrS: Minnie Mill on Monday- this week,land MARVEL' _____ 6 oz bomb ___ 49c

er M-Sgt and family.Raymond Kilgqre. ol, her Mrs absence K. B. :Watterson' ssi'stedlit.' APP' Dee&oqs& jb 1c I Northern :

Keesler Field Air Force Base fa I Personals : TISSUE ___- 3 rolls I for _____ 25c

\ J W. THOMAS .--. Construction weekend Mississippi herewith spent the his Labor family:'Day. The' two-week old daughter of Facial Tissue .< .
/ Mr. 'and Mrs Leon Saul-----* nf c SCOTTIES 2 small boxes __:__ 29c
P, T. A. To Meet t
Hampton; who was born "" '
The Maxville P. T. A. will hold I 'Sunday. Kessler Crac it rs. ,
August 25 ,in Bradford New lite
their first regular,business' meet f Hospital died Friday afternoon County POJIA'TOES. 101b'b'ag 39 1CI' CLUB :" 1 lb ,box _------- 37c

ing for the term 'net Tuesday
.., : 3f last 'weekl: Friends and neighbors -
Sept. 18, at the school house* beginning -, in 'this wish Fr .. + 53c
community to GIANT SAIL
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Can You Use Extra honey? All parents promptly are urged at 2:30:to at p;tnd.m. .ex.tpnd Mrs. Sauls.condolences to Mr.. and ..

Doss Higginbotham celebrated
Mrs. T. P.Brown
returned onWednesday
his birthday Sunday wnen! his
IN SEPTEMBERWE of this ,week> from aweekV'visit .
famity' gathered hoirie to enjoy ....
in Miami with* heron **** *

.' WILL BUY ALL( OF THE MATURE a Mrs.birthday Nellie dinner D. with Mills;him.; Duval' .and Mrs.and .Gordon daughter-in-law.Weest and, familY Mr: A&Fs pwn. AH PurposeShortening Ann.. .s Page; Sparkle

County Home t: >Demonstration ... '
: 0 -. : i DoseitsGELAT1N
Agent, met with a sm4H> g.oup'f { .
: I .
the JIaxville members Tuesday Ranier-3n 0
-* morning. Sept. 10.; 1'The nearHampton with Mr5 and :'meeting date has been
YOU CAN GATHER AND PAY YOU CASH MONEY. to -the --second Tuesday', of changed leach R. 0. Simmons. Mr.'Rauterson is f 00" L
; ioF l Mrs. Simmons' brother. '
FOR TflEM month at 10 a. m. A work rfeet- .
; ..
11r.s. Mamie .Meadereturned lOc Off Regular Price!
ing will be held;at the 4-H tar : ,

.. in Jacksonville next Wednesday Padgett;, visited,Jlr;. and Irs.
<'-> ': __ morning,;Sept. 18, at 10 aJ.nt" on Kyle' Cannon sunday. ,.; I ) \ : :j .packages llC

How to Diet. Safely and Wis r .DoBble. Birthday Party.Mr 3 wd can 73? :

INQUIRE OF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE ly", which will be the. topic of % Dorothy, Waters and .Mrs, 0 :

OR PLACES. .. FOR. .DETAILS. the October meeting' Alsd' t!how N.. .L. Cannon were cohostesseslast ., '. -. <. .
,.., -, to. prepare special occasion 'foOd Monday afternooa'. when \ '
Jane Parker : Sultana
also will be' shown :at this meeting for Helen-Can Strawberry
they gave a party:
::'Carson Griffis -= Highland, Fla. Everyone 'is urged to' attend 1)91'Yho.se.. birthday. is Sept.-7, II 1 '

these meetings-! and Roger Waters' 'whose birth- ,, di

Mrs. Hattie Noan and Misses. day was Sept. 2. Games, here. BREAD PRESERVES
: Strickland's.Store ... Kingsley Lake '
i Jo Ann" Parrish, Martha- 'and''Ber. played during the<<',: afternoon, .- ,
nice Harris were visitors In. aftr. \wiieh the two birthday: |

trr fes, Starke, Fla. Starke Saturday : cakes were Cut.anc\ served "Hrith'djinksjj -

Mrs, Hattie",Nolajr and Patty, .Enjoying -:this Decision 19fld1ofJ5c 53c .0

Jim Chasteen Brownlee & Chasteen Parrish visited t on Clay ? Dill wih Rogen.and Helen were. Helen ; : i \

.. Monday afternoon with 'Mr. e cd.Alone5wea ..ShauonGriffis: -*> .
1. -
% Ella Carter 'and family, \ .! Earl'-ind, ;,'Ronnie, ', Cannon,.. ili e.
Starke\ Fla. Mr... and- .Mrs Cu.rtis Caanojv' 1l1a-'- .",." Brine FCangn,.'...LIN ar::: -

and family' of and Mae',(r add I and
Jacksonville Waters
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r,'tt; FOUR -- ,- 1LDFuttDoVNTY 'TEUXIKAI'II.:STARRK,;FI.OIUUA -- .. .. rn. u.\y,' SEGl&Aya .1. lft": 1 1931-


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.. I November WeddingSet Junior Women Study Probe Continuing : = _. :,_ :r': : : _

t'A I By Miss KillingerAnd Swimming Pool PlansA
rn DeathThe

I II Levy Canova, Jr. discussion of its swimming yL Negro's FLOIDATHEATRE\

I pool project 'highlighted the first .k ,
; -
meeting of the fall season of the '. investigation of the deathof
Junior Woman's Club, held Thursday : : : Nathaniel Matthews, Keystone
\: J evening. Sept. 5, in the club Heights Negro who burned to

:; Mooty building. r 4 death in his home last week, is I
.. __ __._ .,.,. : '
.L..L 1 '.L l '. Mrs. Carl Roberts was in'charge ,- Yin continuing Sheriff P. D.

of the program and introduced 4 Reddish said yesterday but no

.d Dotty Sue Biggs Dinner Party Honors Jay W. Haines, representative of ,- : evidence has been uncovered to

To Wed In November Miss Fogg, Mr. JohnsMrs. a company swimming of Jacksonville.pool construction Mr. __ _i __ ft support death was possibilities not accidental.The that. the SAT.i SEPT. U! ONLYBIG

.f" ""..""""':"' -';-,-' W. B. Mundy and Mr. and Haines showed color slides-of var- nvE'stigation'"WI' started
.. -.. ious constructed in the 1 DOUBLE FEATURE
pools ,
t. ,
Mrs. ,Guy sale entertained at a tecause of strange circumstances
x- .4.-: Jacksonville area by his -' :
company '
.t{, ",,.:- \i -- lovely dinner party Tuesday evening surrounding the: fire' which de.
and also projected movie1: film JhP1..\ .
::1- 44, :
at the Mundy cottage on of
stroyed the home. All of thewinda9 S The naming! Story
actual '
the construction
;: showing .
4 Kingsley Lake honoring Miss .
?''.,.,' of a pool. Costs, sizes, 'dressing ; k t *4 were closed 'at '
Howard of Lake But ,
Geri Fogg the fire even though the night TiVH E
N.4'OF' loom facilities and other details $$ ?
., ler and Jerome Johns of Starke S was warm sealing the ,structure
were discussed during a questionand ;f .
whose marriage will be an eventof answer period. .ais tightly and causing it to explode -

Friday afternoon.A :5 when the lames intensified
: ,, Others attending this meetingwere 4c'PUBLIC
red and yellow color motif I the heat inside.
Mayor W. T. Jackson Coun-
= '-,. was attractively carried out in cilman W. H. Noegel, and E. 'L. POO.LS were the,discussion topic when members of the Junior The Investigation is being con-

the party decorations. Red and Matthews, chairman of the Brad- ,Woman's Club held their first meeting of the fall Thursday night ducted by a state fire marshal.

b3r' yellow roses in a crystal container ford County Recreation Com Sept. 5. Pictured above looking over tentative pool plans, are (I-r) The sheriff said that even though
centered the red linen there is nothing to support theories
mittee. I II Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr., president of the Junior Club, Mayor W. T.
-- I of foul
buffet table. Yellow play
.'-( covered can- every possiblelead
iL. dles in crystal holders balancedthe A brief business session was Jackson, J. \\\ Haines representative of a pool construction company must be followed up before

: central arrangement and held prior to the program and' and Mrs. Carl Roberts, chairman of the Junior Club's pool the case can be marked off as
was presided over by Mrs. A. J.
Mrs. Gordon B. Killin accidental. '
living room.Assisting. Mr. and project committee.Injunction "
Thomas Jr.:, club'president. It & ,(
the of
the host and hostesses ger announce engagement was announced that two delegates -

in Mrs. their daughter, Donna Rae, to FedI Rotarians Hear Hymn
serving were Doyle will attend the State SingThe
Levy A. Canova Jr., son of Mr. IssuedIn AND
Conner, Mrs. R. F. Demerit, eration's fall board meeting, Sept.

Mrs. O. ,Lv Beasley, Mrs. J. W. and Mrs.The Leyy A. will Canova be of I?.m... thrnutrh'''''-O'' Oct.___. -2,. -at- -Naoles.--. ---, Fla.During _u. Indonesia TalkAn First Baptist Church of
Starke. wedding an
Kincaid, and Miss Jean Mundy.As the social hour refresh Lawtey will be hosts at an AST A WILL LEAVE YOU

Colonel and Mrs Owen W. Grit-I a memento of the occa- event of late NovemberA ments were served by the hostesses Bus Dispute interesting discussion of sociational Hymn Sing from 2
graduate of P. K. Yonge Lab- WlTHt
fin of St. Augustine sion the honorees were given a for the evening, Mrs. Drew Indonesia was given at the Rotary until 4 p. m. Sunday. Everyoneis

ngagement of their niece, Dotty silver vegetable dish from the oratory School, Miss Killinger is Ratliff chairman Mrs. Doyle Club Wednesday by Dr. invited. IMi'UCtTEME: NT!,

Sue Biggs daughter of the late host and hostesses. now a senior in the College of Conner, Mrs. Vic Frees, Mrs. E. (Continued from, Page 1) F, waft Parvin. of the university___ :
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of --J----
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Starke Education at the Universty R. Moench, Mrs. Leon Gray and of Florida, who spent two; 3-S: NOTICE TO APPE.\n
and David Sandbach, son of Mr. Twenty-six guests enjoyedthis Florida. She is a member of Del. I enforcement of this policy entirely IB Circuit Court. liranford County.,
Mrs. Jerry Gay. in that .country as agricultural Florida j In ('hunterr.novle .
delightful affair. Those to Gamma social sorority and in hands. '
Mrs. Wilmer A. Sandbach of St. your Lee Colvin Plaintiff I vs.
Augustine.Miss from out of town were Mr. and Kappa Delta Pi honorary education S Violates Laws Extension specialist under the Samuel Eugene Colvin Defendant.

Mrs. Marcus Howard and son fraternity.Mr. Turkey DinnerSt. "Point Four" program. Dr. Par- Case No. 12-362
In its petition for the injunc-
: Biggs, who has recently Sotk To AppearTo
vin is at present serving as as-
attended John Marcus, and Mrs. Canova Canova graduated from tion, the Clay Board cited the fact : Samuel Eugene Colvin, whose
in Orlando, -
been working Howard of Lake Butler. Bradford County High School. He i Martha's'chapter of St.Mark's sistant to the president of the residence and address is: United
Starke schools, and now makes will ive that the Bradford County States Army Air Force Base, Fort
a'tur- university.He
is a member of Gamma Sigma Auxiliary
Bt> ,
actions violates Florida Georgia.
her home with CoL and Mrs. Grif- Board's
Mrs. Torode Epsilon, honorary chemistry fraternity key dinner Thursday evening, statutes as well as the wishes of described Indonesia as a You are hereby notified that a
fin in St. Augustine. Billy suit for divorce
and is a student affiliateof Oct. 17, at the Parish House to complex nation of and restoration
the Clay Board, a claim not disputed 80,000.000 people of maiden name has been filed
:The wedding will be an event Honored With Shower the American Chemical Society. which the public is invited.. occupying some 3,000 islandsin against you In the above named
,.oijsalur; : what used to be known as the
Episcopal''Church, St. Augn- S Such c action, the petitions stated to serve a copy of your -
ity The Tyler Jones home at 213 Friends Give Shower Starke Will Host Dutch East Indies The Indonesians answer or pleading to the 'complaint PHI tLUYBEITfWmT

_"tin_ e. W. Lafayette St. was the settingfor "tends to deprive Clay Coun- won their independencefrom on the Plaintiffs Attorney .

w.... .(Photo by Rahner's Studio) a lovely kitchen shower last Honoring Mrs. NeelMrs. District Band Meet ty from uniformity in the public the Dutch following World Taenzler Duilding.& Maddox. Jacksonville, ,109 Law Exchange 2-, JGHH BAUYMORI.I. .

Friday evening honoring Mrs. schools and throughout the stateof War II and since that time have Florida
Don Neel was honored ata Starke will again be host to the and file the original in the office of &CIL1JIU PC\JE .dI
T Wesleyan Guild' Unit Billy Torode and given by Misses Florida and tends to confuse benn' striving to develop their the Clerk of the Circuit Court on it.Plus. - -
stork shower Saturday eveningin 5th District Band and Orchestra
Ginger and Sandra Jones, Melissa or before the 7 day of October,
country economically
:: Holds Installation the sunroom of the Starke Woman's Contest for the current school the attendance areas prescribedby po I 1957; otherwise the allegations of "Ducking the Devil"
Cox and
Stallings, Marilyn :
litically.Dr. said Compaint will be taken as
Maxine.Andrews. Club building given by year. The announcement was the plaintiff in Clay Countyand confessed by you. Cartoon and Chapter No. 2
:: The Wesleyan Service Guild Mrs. JoAnn York. Mrs. Vernon made yesterday by'Elden Mat- Parvin said that the In- This notice shall be publishedonce "Vigilantes"Sun.

., Unit 2, of the Methodist Church Beautiful arrangements of zinnias Silcox and Mrs. ,Jim Chasteen.The thews, BHS bandmaster, follow prevents pupils and students donesian people are friendly, intelligent weeks each In the week Bradford for four consecutive Tele-
installation were placed at points of interest band in residing in Clay County from at- artistic, and have a County
district meeting
:: held a candlelight refreshment table was ing a graph. ., Mon. Sept. 8, 9
:: and pledge service in the educa- throughout the party lovely with a lace cloth and cen- Lake City last Saturday. tending Clay County public culture much 'older than that of 1957.Dated; this 30 day of August

... tional building Tuesday evening. rooms. The white linen refresh- tered with pink zinnias in a crystal Matthews said that around 20 schools, all in violation of the the western world. He exhibited (OFFICIAL SEAL)

ment table was centered with a June several objects of art that he Charles ,A. Darby
*>, Mrs. C. D., Williams president. bowl. Flanking the arrangement high school bands and orchestraswill resolution adopted on Clerk
of the Circuit Court.
J":; of the Society, installed, the,, of,,;! crystal ,,pun.twlliwhich'\. was .werej pink candles in' crystal take part in the meet next 4, 1957, which provides that ,all brought\i back to this country and By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

..u! ficera and committee chairmen, surrounded,_by coral vine. Silver holders! '.* spring, and the event should Clay County students shall henceforth which showed skill in' wood and, 9/6 4t 9/27

::* and Mrs. Titus '"'Olson as colJ trays and compotes! held cupcakes I Appropriate games were played bring some 2,500 visitors to attend' the public schools of metal 'carving and fabric weav- NOTICE-TO APPEAR

nuts and mints. ing ,and coloring.The 1 fa Cm-nit Court. Bradford Cntr.
ordinator.. at impressive ser during the party hours and Starke. Clay County.
Games were ulaved. during_____ the____ .; Florida !. Chancery.
*** vice. Each committee chairman n prizes were awarded to Mrs. I The state law,: gives a county : program ,was made interesting Margaret Phelps Plaintiff vs. Curtis I
and .
; gave a resume of her job for the Mrs.evening Lois Moore prizes and j a ardei Miss} Melissa tf Freeman Register Jr. and Mrs. Ensey Play Lot ITo School Board power to control the by the presence of two I'helps, Defendant.Case No. 12-364 \

'"I* year. The finance and budget ,* Frances_ Moyer. transportation' of students ,within Indonesian 'guests, Endjang Soebaijna !; Notice To Appear:- '
JJj| committee composed of Mrs. Stallings. 0. Open TuesdayActivities ; 'its 'bord rS.- 'and ebagio' Reksos -- To: Curtis Phelps whose ,resi-
Tne honoree received denee
many and address is: Route I, Union -
!'U Wayne Haynes, Mrs. J. T. Gruis, Mra Torode was presentedwith lovely and useful gifts from the SHORT NOTICEThe broto who are in 'this ountry Springs, Alabama.
..* and Mra J. R. Hlxon were appointed many lovely and useful at the Ensey Play under the International Cooperative You am hereby notified that a
and the hostesses Bradford Board notified
guests was -
present. suit for
divorce etc.
gifts and the on Tuesday, '
hostesses will again
her Lot -
'w*. to prepare the _budget gave ed her with a car bed.Social open of the Clay Board's suit for Adminstration program t' has been filed against yon in the
a' for the ; I a set stainless steel. table serie' Sept. 17, at 3:30: p. m., accord- study sanitation methods. They above named Court and cause and
year. ,
't _J't I \ for eigntr; *'* i'1 1" f" ing to an announcement by Mrs. Injunction only the afternoon be; you are required iu serve a. copy of
.*,, The next meeting will be Tuesday Club fore, receiving the notice in the are spending'several days |in Jour answer or pleading to the
MeetsThe Florence Hipple, director. All complaint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
]:; evening,_,0ct. 8,, with ,a, cov- children interested are cordially form of, a telegram from,'T. J. Starke to observe practices of Frank Landrum P. O. Box 546, Plus "Muscle Eeach Tom"

-4 ered dish sppG* atf:ftto'clock in Loretta:Kelly Engaged St rke : Social Club met Jennings Jr., the Clay Board's the. Bradford County Health De- Starke, Florida CartoonS
invited to attend and at-
regular and me the original In the office
::: the education building; followed! ,by :Th.PensylvajaMa n ThursdayTevenihg: Sept. 5, in StEdward's tendants are urged to be on hand attorney. S partment. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Mission Hostess Dr. Parvin was introduced by or before the
a Study course. : '
*. Parish' House. Games for the first meeting of the sea- Judge Stanley told Morgan Harry Hatcher Jr., who had _7th day of October, 1957; Tues., Wed. Sept. 17, 18
chairman will be4ltrs. WayneH2 .. were .enjoyed j after a short busi-, son. that: because of the, short notice tberwtae the allegations lit aU
Haynes. ..', Mrs. Enoch Kelly announces charge. of the'program.. Complaint will be taken as confess
ness meeting,;conducted by Rev. he was granting only temporary '
I I ed by you.
Use' of the lot is made possible 85Tit"
Jj .. The following offIcera Vwerei the.. engagement :'of her daughter, W.:*S.' McAHIey, president of the injuction and the Bradford ,Board Thia notice anall be puUlBhed I.
Loretta, through the kindne of Capt. THORNTON EXPRESSES once each, week for four consecutive I
to-Gary A. Shaw of
.> Installed: :Mrs. R. S. Mullin.Cpresident' \ son club. 1 could file for its, dismissalv Morgan Weeks In th' BRADFORD COUNT
*'z. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Shaw of Lot Ensey, Chief of Staff of the THANKS TO VOTERS TELEGRAPH. ,
; Godwin conceding that the legal *
McKeesport, Pa. Refreshments were served to 6th Fleet who is now stationedin Dated ths: 4th day: of Sept., 1957.
: vice-president; Mrs.! Harry Mooty. the. 21 members and guests pre- the Mediterranean. Capt. En- points were on the side of Clay Please ,permit, me to express (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dart,)
Miss Kelly graduated from said'he t'the Clerk of the Circuit Court
*< recording secretary and public- County, doubted th
sent by Mrs. J. H. Fields, Mrs. has been my deep appreciation to
Bradford sey recommended by you By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
:; ity; Mrs. Wayne Haynes, treas- i I. High School in the class Bertha Pearce, Mrs. Minnie Bes- President Eisenhower for Bradford: Board would take any voters ,of Starke for reelectingme '/6 4t 9/27
... Mrs. L. of 3954 and is presently employed pro- LIP PWSCPti
*' Urer': PromotIon in the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent, and Mr and Mrs Ed Cars- motion to the post of Rear Admiral action. as your Chief of Police in i 1ii.tpEors ,. a.,

', Mrs. J. R. HL-ton. miwion- in well. Mrs. M. L. Turner of Ft. in the U.-S. Navy. The.next meeting of the Brad- the Sept. 10 City 'Electon. I will -- ?X1VAIEUI
D. C.
ary education; Mrs. J. T. Gruis, Mr. Shaw received Washington a Bachelor, Lauderdale was the only out of ford Board is set for Sept., 20.. continue, to render you' the best
Christian Social Relations
% ; Mrs. of Science town guest. service of which' I am capable in '
At The
degree geography at TabernacleSaturday -
.M Del Colley, Spiritual Life: Mrs.
Lola Garbett, Supply'Work' and Pennsylvania State College in The next meeting will be held LEWIS THANKS VOTERSI this office, and appreciate your 1
wt Status o( Women; Mrs. Elden 1955 and is now serving with the in Presbyterian assembly hall night in the Y. F .C. trust.-Sincerely, W. E.' (Ebb.)

::.. :Mathews, local church activities. U. S. Army in Washington, D. C. Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 7:30: p. m. meeting at,the Gospel Tabernacle, wish to express' my appreciation Thornton.

...: The wedding will take place on Hosts on this occasion will be a brief message was brought by ,to the citizens of Starke

September 28 in McKeesport, Pa. Mr. and Mrs Robert Halsall and G. H., Fields of Lakeland, who, for the' wonderful vote I received LAINE THANKS VOTERSIt .

:: Methodist WSCS. Mr and Mrs James Watson. with Mrs. Fields, has been a guestin in the election Tuesday is with a of
deep feeling grat-
-a St. Mark's Auxiliary the Prophet's room for several Though unsuccessful in gaining itude that I
express appreciationto 'wN'oDOESN'T. *OONAlD
... The regular business and program First Baptist CirclesThe days. :Mr. Fields also conducted an official city position I .will those who voted and supportedmy RUtGAM

=;, meeting of the Methodist SL Mark's Auxiliary held a the Sunday Evening meeting. continue to work for the better; candidacy for Chief of Police. D A '

..".* \VSCS. will. be held Tuesday covered dish luncheon Wednes- Lottie Moon Circle of the Sunday morning Rev. Wilbur ment of, our city.James Sincerely, W. C. (Bill) Laihe. NANCY DAVISIRTHUR 'CfJ.UWB4 UJcI.

J... morning, September 17, at 9:45: day at the Parish House preceding First Baptist Church, Mrs. J. D. 'A. Scott of Gainesville, delivered A. Lewis FRANZ (

-. o'clock in the sanctuary. their first fall meeting. Doyle, leader, met Monday at message on "The Three C's Plus "Wham Barn, Slam"Cartoon. .f

.W..* 7:30 at the home of Mrs:-'A. R. Cheer Certainty, 'and Challenge'! DOYLE THANKS VOTERS t
..., -
Special music included two solos -
Norman. Mrs.
Doyle presidedover .
...' 1./- ,the business program. Mrs. by Mrs. Edna Johns, accompanied Please permit me to use ''this S Thurs., Fit Sept. 19, 20
C. S. Carnell with violin
-. I Norman presented an interesting by means of thanking you for the BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
: talk on Pakistan. cbligatto! by W. B. McKinney. fine support in helping me to .
I win a' seat on our City Council. HORROR \ ,

...... The Y ung Women's Circle met Presbyterian ChurchFriday It gratifying to know that all OOPS BLACKENS "j

...,. Monday night at the home of the previous voting records were NEED SKY AND r'uSCREEN

". leader, Mrs. Laverne Outlaw. An Adult Choir prac- broken during this election. Asa DID YOU 'pcTuS .,

interesting program on Pakistanwas tice, 8 p.! m. member' of our City Council Iwill -

given by Mrs. W. C. Byrd, Sunday Church School, strive diligently to do'my DROP IT?,

Miss Betty Morgan, Mrs. Paul 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, very best, and work for the best
Carter, Mrs. John Green and Mrs. '
Leroy Norman. "Speaking and Wishing," 11 a. m. interest of all.-Sincerely, J. .D.

Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. Evening Doyle. MONEY

I .Worship, "True ,Christian
\VSCS Circle 1 1Mra. Maturity," 7:30 pi: m. WAINWRIGHT YOUR WATCH

Tuesday Starke Social Club. THANKS,

i. : W. E. Middleton and Mrs. First Presbyterian Church, 7:30p. VOTERSI Has it met with an' accident

1 E. L. Matthews were co-host wish to thank'my friends for ? Is it not keeping 'WUGRW.MARACORA1'<

L esses to members of Circle 1 of m.Wednesday their good time?
Junior Choir loyal support in the ,City
the First Methodist WSCs on practice 3:30 election of Sept. 10. Your Let us test it ...
: p. m. many FREE ,::t i'Loans *:
Tuesday in the
morning home of ,
kindnesses will on our ,
J the later.A Thursday Supper meeting I be long remembered : ERUPTS! ,
Men of Suwannee by me.-Sincerely, J. R. j
Presbytery at
e tK. _._ Worth looking into short business session was Montgomery Conference Center, Waingright. Wdf( Mi5ii'
by the leader, Mrs
Matthews and Miss Amy Coburn Sen. Spessard Holland speaker. .

...our .new policy gave the devotional, assisted by LAWSON THANKS VOTERS up to ,jI__ S -" :

:Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. Mat Lions Clubs Hold : .e
: home protection package deeply appreciate the supportand
thews, and Mrs. James Martz
Zone Meeting HereLions 'consideration shown me at the
.. Giving a part of the readings on $$600
the program were Mrs. W. G pollS on Sept. 10, and take, this It prints a record showingthe

Clubs of this zone held opportunity of express my gratitude exact rat. and condition
:: Her,'. good news for all of you who have separate Halie.. 'Mrs. Robert Green Mrs their first quarterly zone meet- to all my friends and sup of watch.
Charley Johns your
: policies for fire,theft end liability. By taking advantage< and Mrs. Alice, Mrs.Anderson.L. A. Davis, ing at the Garden Restaurant porters.-Ewell Lawson. WATCH REPAIRS 'Folks Find Us Friendly"

cf our Impolicy plan can even more protection Monday evening. '
you get Refreshments were, served by IT ,EXPERTS

:: for your home than with those 3 police: And< you may the hostesses at the close of the Zone Chairman J. G. Donaldson :;RUBY JOHNS THANKS. PROMPT ECONOMICAL SERVICEJEWELRY

.: save up to 20%.-Remember just one policy, Qi20prernu. meeting. of Waldo presided over the LOCAL FINANCE
meeting in which routine business !! Words cannot express 'my gra-
:; .Call) w for details t. BOW. -- '
was handled. This zone is titude to the voters of Starke L
CARD OF THANKSWe GEM ----- ------
.. composed of the Clubs from for the wonderful vote' given me COMPANY .me

are sincerely grateful to Starke, Lawtey, Alachua and f in the City Election of' Sept 10 UTMYXOUKI*WILLIAM lEU

i;; a C. WALL AGENCY our friends and neighbo/s for Waldo. Your confidence in me is truly "The- 'House of FineDiamonds" 114 N. Walnut St. JIIIorw._.WlIAZIN'IItCIIII"ID'"MCX(MltBQB M ltd M9."

their many acts of sympathy and Attending the meeting from inspiring and a challenge to me_ > '.CllJ/ll. lif II

r: STARKE. FLA. for the beautiful flowers duringour Starke were Harry Elrod Jr. to give you the best possible,'re- -
Phones 580 and 581
109 E. CALL ST. Plus "Ice ScI afus"
sad bereavement in the loss W. T. Jackso,' W. J. Studstill. presentation' as your Councilman Cartoon

WE (Repttttfitiff fte Hartford Fire Insurance Compaq of our father and husband.-The A. H. Harley Jr., and Robert of which I am capable.-Sincere- STARKE FLA. '- ,

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-L"-"A' '-'-' '-'.-'-'- Mr. and, Mrs. ,Charlie Powell t : : ; weeks in the Bradford. County Tel.. Dated this 17th day of 'August! ,I I1S57. c'aPh-

\ and Mrs. Mary Lappe and two I .1 ;"-, ",, U. 5'::...t!r'i"N'ii. 1 R. 'K .....; .4.;., ; ; ;traph.Dated this, 26 day of Aug.. 1957. (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 17th)day Charter of Aug.A.,Dan 1957

'L''l'l children returned last Friday I II ; ; .A : -7 ; I rOfttrUl Seal) Charles A. 'Darb OFFICIAL SEAL) ; Clerk of the Circuit Court
14 I I from an extended visit in the I II \: I, Clerk of th. Circuit Court | Clerk of the C.fjalt ourl. Uy Marian L. CronOj, ')eput Clerk
: ; ] 10 : ly Marian 1::.. Crosby. Denny ClerkSi < Ch Pp1fos A. Dart'r. 51::: u 9 It
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NorthwcEt Mrs. Powell and Mrs.
I : ;O 4t.,/%0 By Virginia F. Darby. Oer-ty. Clerk --
Lappe and children were gone riH t\\ t... -C4LH 823; 4t 913NOTICE ., \O't'PP.\.t
months Powell \OTtTK TOla PPflUf }Florida In (Cknc: r,.
five .
and Mr. joined ... 'I -
1:;.._ _. .-.---- Circuit Court, firadford. Cu n.ly.KlotUai .t
I them for the last six weeks. -u -- -- -, ', -rr. -. ,", .' U Chancery. TO CREDITORSFlorida In Clrcolt Court. Bradford CoBBty*
< ,
.- MaicteaIn I Rose Teal, Plaintiff vs. Donald I>.
visited Mr. and Mrs. John William Krnest ine:and. Plaintiff
They ,
f' The Court Of The County Judge Teal" Defendant.
vs. Catherine Florence Kneeland.Defendant .
t O. Ostgard in Sal.as: Caliif., .t Bradford County. Florida Case :{o. 12-334:
.:._.._ _._._ ,_._._. _._-_._._ _L._ ___'---_-'_"_'-< Mr. and Mrs. George C. Powellin h.....r tu .tpprariTo Case No. 1 -339 i, la l'r .lJtr.In I \ntlrr TA Appear
: re: rotate of Philip Martlneau, To: Donald D. Tealhose ad-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Torode are i. Rosefcurg, Ore.,. :Mr. and Mrs. Catherine "Florence Knw-land. Deceased.T rtrea: Is: DKI St. Allians hospital
"U"f r''id'nee! owl address Is7: All Creditor and Person Ha>- I Ward 143, New York, New turk,
Waldo gave a surprise: b.rthday: moving to Gainesville Friday: I j R O. Miller in Denver, Colo., and Worcester Square lioston, :.tas IBJ Claim* ur Demand Aicnlutt You are hereby notified that t
Tuesday night for Mrs. where he will enter his freshman'! other points of interest. I' chusetts. a-I Said l.tlu.1 I suit for Divorce and ra'torati! in
supper You are hereby -notified that. You and each of you are hereby of maiden name has been filed
Water's brother, Buddy Faxonof year at U. of F. and Mrs. Torode Friends! of E. T. King tr. of tuit f'.r Divorces notified and required to preseiit I against you In the above named
Starke. Members of the family will continue her employment at 1 Jacksonville will regret to hear |>c..n filed against you In the 1 any claims and demands which you Court and cause and you are required -
\ ': abcve named Court and cause and or either of you, may have againstthe to ,s rve a copy of your an-
i I attended. ., U. of F.Mrs. of his death on Wednesday, Aug. .. ''-, q" -'' .....,. you. are required to serve a copy of I estate of Philip Martjneau.! de- I:ewer or pleading to the complainton
. 28. Mr. King was the brother-in- ;. "'"' ."'- '''''' our "n"wer nr pleading lo the i ceased, late of1.1' CounTr la the th* Plaintiffs! Attorney
Mrs. D. K J Knight returned J, L. Boone and children: j ) ; '0"t '.,.-.',- ,. Complaint on the Plaintiff'shy cf Bradford Qounty I 1 210 Clark
law of Mrs. Faye Gill of Starke.Mr. ;;. ; : ""' "-_ I j County Judge ], LJoyd .ass. Building,
Tuesday after vlYting her son, of Tallahassee were weekendTJerfs .' i". Krantt ndrum. P. i I i Florida, at his office In the courthouse I I I Jacksonville_ Florida.
and Mrs. Merrill Edwards J .'. r ; < O. Box 546. Starke, Florida j I[: of said County at "Starke, and file the original in the office
Miami. of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. '''
Paul, Knight, in and family took their son, Jerome. ,1" ind tile the original In Jn& offic of Florida' within eight calendar j I i of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
', Mr. anj Mrs. Davy Wecott of i llfnry. wherehe I ;'. .. 'ha Ol..rk to Tallahassee, on Sunday before the 30 day of September I
or publication of this notice. Each 1957; ; otherwise the allegations of
Tamp:! and Mrs. Fred Herman : Lucian F. Thmnas. an son; of entered.; his freshmen year at "... '- ... .. 1S17! ; otherwise' tile allegrfUuua 01 [claim or demand shall be in writIng said Complaint WUI be taken as
of N. C i Fort weekend ?sid Compaint win ,be taken a* and shall state the place of residence confessed by you. ,
I ,and sonWade, ,Ashevllle Myers were guestsof FSU. lie will major in masic. Confessed by you. and post office address of This notice shall b. publishedonce
are Thursday to Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Heibert Thomas. I Sunday 'dinner; guests of Mr The Denmark Furniture Co. was termed the "luckiest store" in ; Tttis notice shall be published 'the claimant, and shall be swornto each we k for four consecutive

cf s'Cfl. and Mrs.: C. E. Johns. Gilbert Goldwire has been add- and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were Mr. the area after two of its employees, Mrs. Martha Kales and M. I.. i once each week for four'eonsecutlve I Iwt'tkll Ly the claimant, his agent, or weeks In the Bradford- Count T le.
1 in the Bradford County Tel attorney, and any such claim or graph.
Mrs. Cecil Price of Quincy and e'to Shepherd's Radio & TV and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott and Johns Jr., tton'two cf tli -'thee door''prizes at' the .Aug. %opening of I egraph. demand not &o filed shall be void. Dated this 17th day or Aug.,.1957.

Mrs. Ro.v>oe Berkley of Jacksonville staff. Corbin S. Carnell! of Gainesville: the neSimmoD'i Mattrfss Co; plant in Jacksonville. Mrs. U.1..lf'S'] Dated this :27! day of August, Margaret Martineau, as' executor (OFFICIAL SEAL)
1957. of the Last Will and Testament Charles A. Darby.
are staying with their mother :Mrs. Effie Johns gave a birth and Mrs. Jenning Thornquest of lOFPiriAl. SEAL) Philip Martineau de
(left) un!> awarded a Slumber King mattress set and Johns (second of Clerk of the Circuit Court
,. Mrs. William Norris during day FAipper Saturday evening 'Jacksonville.Mrs. j Charles A. Darby. ceased.First By Virginia F. Darby, D pty. Clerk
I I from left) won a Beauty rest set. Congratulating them are )(. F. Clerk of the Circuit Court. publication: August 30. 1957. 8/23 4t 9/13
her illness. for her son, Freeman Johns, with H. A. Lawson ante Mrs.C. By Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk. 8/30 4t 9/20
Dowdy, territorial manager for Simmons, Kenneth Grider, manager X/30 4t 9/20
14 guests enjoying the affair. took Law- NOTICE TO ''PKAaI.
Mrs. Don Page and Mrs. R H. Register Agnes I AOTICfi
of Denmark's and S. G. Denmark store Circuit Court. Bradford Countyrioridam ,
W, Reese and children flew to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sanfordand son up to Tallahassee last Fri- owner. NOTICE TO APPEAR IB Chancery Notice Is hereby given that on
Malaterre'of the 16th day of September, A.D.,
Dr. Albert
New York, on Monday where Jack- day to register for her senior IB Circuit Court. Bradford t'ouaty, Boyd T. Phillips. Piilntiff. vs. 1957. at 12:00 o'clock noon, the
sonville were Methodist Church _day morning from 11:30 till Plorltlat IB Chancery.Leo Elaine Phillips, Defendant.Case .
Sunday evening then spent undersigned Clerk of the Circuit
Mrs. Reese and children caughta year at FSU. Agnes ,
Scott Brown, Plaintiff, vs. No 12-335
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. noon. Court of Bradford County, Florida,
plane for Han, Germany to join Sunday to Wednesday in Pana- SehGal' Jane Q. Brown, Defendant. Notice To AppearTo will sell for (cash to the highest
Maxie Carter Sr. 9:45: Sunday for Case Xo. 12-233 Elaine Phillips whose residence
and Mrs. : and best bidder the following described
,MSgt. R. W. Reese. Mrs. Page ma City visiting Mr. :\OTIPK 'V(; APn1ft
Notice Te AppearTo is New York and whose address -
Rodney Hall returned home Circuit Court. Bradford CodBty.Florida property:
returned home Tuesday Mrs. W. M. Morar and family. everyone. In ('....lIff"?. : Jane Q. Ptown, whose resl- is: P. O. Box 26S.!! Old Chel- '' 1 1950 Mercury staan, Motor
Saturday from St. Vincent's Hos- 11-Morning Worship. John II. denre I Is: Ttaffield Arms, Sumter, tea. Station, 217 West 18th Street, No. 50ME23080M, 1957 Flprlda
Reese and children were staying Mrs. Van Johns, Mrs. ClydE'Colson Page Plaintiff, vs. Marie -
pital, where he was confined for 6:45Recreation M. Pae, Defendant Case Xo. 1 -356 South Carolina. New York, New York. License No. 45-634 1-copper'
with Mr. and Mrs. Don Page the two weeks. and Mra Susie Andrews Time (for "....... to .4"nrar I You are hereby notified that a .You are hereby notified that a coil: blowers: kerosene
past three months. j are vacationing this week at Y.F. Tolarle Page whose residence suit for Divorce suit for Divorce tank, approximately 10 gallon
Mrs. Oscar Hendrix of Way- I iml address is: Unknown.You has been filed against you ti the has been filed against you In the capacity; 144-5 gallon cans and
George Baisden of Jacksonville cross, Ga. spent last week with Rainbow Springs.Mrs. 7:15 Senior and Interme- are hereby notified that a suit above named Court and cause and above named Court and cause and jugs; x-Brlggs and Stratton 1
Maggie Douglas and Mrs. diate Worship and Business for divorce and you are required to serve a ) u are required to serve a copy of CyL gasoline pump. Serial No.
Mrs. Henry Carter of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. baa been filed against you In the copy of your answer or pleading to your answer or pleading to the complaint 2100S.
Maxville and L. C. Smith of Dill. Mr and Mrs. Dill took Mrs. Mal Simmons of Blakely. Ga meetings for the M. Y. F, above named Court and cause and the comBlalnt on the Plaintiff's on the pontiffs Attorney said sale to be conCucted immediately
were visitors the past week of 8 Evening Worship. The you are reouired to serve a copy of Attorney Lloyd Bass! 210 ClarkHuil.ling Lloyd Bass! :210 Clark Building west of the E'radford CQunty
City were Sunday guestsof Hendrix back last
Waycross your answer or pleading to the Jacksonville!, Florida. Jacksonville. Florida jail, and will beheld in accordance ..
Mrs., Effie Johns. Friday and spent the weekend.Mr. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ned Yancey.Mr. FilmWho Is My Neighbor? complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney and file tne original in the office of and file the original in the office of with Chapter 562,' Florida
: and Mrs. Martin struthand will be shown. E. K. Perryman Starke, Floridaand the Clerk of the Circuit Court.en or the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Statutes of 1J55.
Friends of Mr. and Mr Lloyc and Mrs. W. T. Gill and file .the original in tne'ofttcrof before the 21rd day of Sept.. 1957; before the This the 4th day of September' ,
Lewis of Wilmington, Dela., former Mrs. J. D. Doyle spent Sundayon family of Milton. Mr. and ;Everyone is invited to come the Clerk of the Circuit Court on otherwise the allegations of said 23rd day of September, 195.7 :A.D.. 1957.OFFICIAL.
a boat trip down the Ockla- Mm W. G. Struth and Mrs. Leah and worship with ua A friendly or before the :30th day of Sept., Complaint will be taken as confessed otherwise! the allegations of mid ( SEAL)
Starke residents, will bs In- .,57. otherwise the allegations of by you. Complaint will U taken ti contested Charles A. Darby,
terested to hear that they have waha River ,to Silver Springs.Mr. Bauknight of Jacksonville, and awaits all. said Complaint will be taken asponffsed This notice shall ue pubKshed once by yt u. Clerk of the Circuit Court,
and Mrs. E. D. Tenly were Mrs. W. W. Page of Lake City Morning Womhip is broadcast by you. each week for four ,cousecutiv This notice shall be publishedonce Bradford County, Florld-
been touring Norway. Sweden 'his notice shall be publisher weeks In the B.-adfsrd Cowty Tel.- each week for four consecutive 9/6 Zt 9/n
and Denmark for ,the, past two vacationing last week in Ashe- have been guests through the over station WRGR every, ',Sun- once each week for four consecutive graph. weeks in the Pradford County Tele- -

ville and Ridgecrest, N. C.Mr. weekend of Mrs. W. H. Struth --
weeks and for The next four I
and Mrs. V. O. Bridges and Miss Kate Struth. -i----n-:
weeks they will be touring Germany .
spent last week with Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Marco
Austria, Belgium and En.
Mrs. B. C. Lee in Seffner. I made a flying trip to Chicago
gland. They plan to return in
October. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. I and Lake Geneva, 111. from Aug. '. .,-.f. ..,. .' ':

Jim Chasteen spent: Wednesday : 31 to Sept. 5. | 4; ..
Mrs. M.V. Cressler returnee I of last week at the Brownlee cottage I Miss Gail'Duke of Fort Laud- ,.: ;

Saturday after spending two at St. Augustine Beach. erdale was the overnight guest i. 1

weeks with her son-in-law and Mrs. L. B. Alvarez was released I Monday of her aunt, Mrs. H. C, '" .X

daughter, 1st Lt. and Mrs. William from Bradford County Hospital : Brown, while enroute to FSU. ; \. 6Q,000QOO ..'

K. Booth and baby daughter :last Friday following surgery Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned : .
at Webb Air Force Base. last week is k '.".", .1
and getting along Tuesday evening from aweek's ., ',.::-;".::.;.";

Texas. nicely. visit with relatives at .7 :
:Marvin Brown and Steve Hardin I
Mrs. C. L. Scholl and daughter Sealy Snrings, Ala. and Mari-

Joyce, spent last Thursdayto will enter Murray State College anna, Fla. recordings

Monday in Roanoke, Va. Murray Ky. next Monday for Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Mrs, ; sleep
their freshman Mr. 'and
where they visited Miss Adele I Drew Reddish gave an outdoor Is
Mrs. G. S. Brown will take the \
who, Is
Scholl, ,teaching there. birthday supper Wednesday '
boys to ,Murray and then go on -
Sam Mitchell :of .Jacksr. >1np ; evening for Sheriff Reddish:
: to Gatlinburg,, Tenn. for: several I .. .
wa.'v vlsitin Mrs.: ''j. :M,. Mitchell I i whose birthday falls on Sept. 15

over the weekend. days.Mr.: and Mrs. Wesley Andrews ,I Drew Reddish whose! birthdaywas '

Jan Mundorff left .Wednesdayfor 2nd Mrs. T. C.. Chastain spent ,on Sept. 10, Jimmy Reddish I \&Iondeifiil !>4
Atlanta to 'enter his sophomore Thursday to Saturday at Salt who has a birthday Sept. 21 .'
.. '. .
year at Oglethorpe Univer- and Michael Reddish whose 'l v '1.
Springs. ... t'
sity. Charles L. Meister returned birthday was Sept. 8. 'r:1.;;: : : : : 11 ;: : t\\; '. : .
Mr- and Mrs. Owen Vaughn, Saturday from two weeks of Mrs. Arch Thomas, Jr. and

visited Mrs and Mrs. W. V ROTC training; at 1t. Jackson :Mr v John, Torode. attended the SIMMONS WONDERFUL
Green, Jr. In Raleigh. N. C. for i5':: C.and''will r sume'his studies Leadership Training Conference .)
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ten days. returning home Thursday at the University of Florida this for Women's Clubs at U. of F. : ,

of last week. I month. on Monday and Tuesday :

Col. T. T. Long and son. Tom. Everett Hewitt of Lake City :Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crawfordof

left Monday for Atlanta where was a Saturday evening dinner Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Jim-
Tom will enter Georgia Tech. Col. guest of :Mr. and Mrs. Wesley I my Crawford of Lawtey gave :a !

Long will]) visit Col. and Mr?, Andrews.Mrs. fish fry Sept. 2 for their father

James F. Puett In Atlanta for Ronald Criffis and Miss P. I... Crawford, Sr. on his C6th : b,, '

t a few days whil there. Jackie Colley spent Sunday in birthday anniversary at Heil- j4 i-p-'t. ,. '. '"

Mr. and Mrs. T. Freeman' of Valdosta, Ga. rronn Springs. Twenty-two yi1 .

-Tampa were: Friday visitors of MisscK: Joan Scholl Linda Johns, members of the family and IV

Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughn. Jackie Hobbs, Jane Richarde, friends attended.

Jackie Colley, Joanne Slade and Fred C. Lanier was in Tampathe $ gIves you
Sandra Johns enjoyed a supper his ;
Perfect pnlr) get-together in Gainesville last part weekend visiting .
brother Ernest Lanier, who is .. '

toficvnr 1jiii'ti Thursday Miss Jackie evening.Hobbs leaves Friday ill in .the Earl hospital.Mrs. DeVall.' and baby:; H ; .; 'r I 1' >

for her Sophomore year at !
... Sharon, of Lake Charles, La. are [: ( sounder sleep !

FSU.Mr.. and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsand for visiting ten Mr.days.and Mrs L. C. Smith J

of Wesconnett -
family were -
Struth leaves Sept. 20
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dans- Roddy : 4
for Young Harris Junior Collegeat
by on Sunday. Wi 53818DARK Young Harris, Ga. That's the important result of 11 years of scientific research.

-. ."" ..' Mrs. Ruth Taylor, Mrs. Joe Tests were made with actual people sleeping on all leading mat.

McGee and :Mra Bascom Williams -.i _. ;. tresses. It was proved that Beautyrest gave longer periods of

returned Saturday by plane a" sounder, deeper, unbroken sleep. The reason is that Beautyrestis

: after a week's vacation in Chicago F 7. .__. -A ( ,': &-c: made differently. The separate, independent springs give you

v:4 1PQ w STARKE THCATB.' FL-:.' 111. where daughter they, Mrs.visited Robert Mrs.Williams' .-: ;;, c : : body-fitting comfort that means refreshing sleep. Order your

( *iLa White Conrad of Starke.the former Carolyn Beautresttoday

SUN., J10N., TUES. Jerry Colley has returned from frrJk

Sept. 15, 16, 17 Norfolk, Va. after being discharged .*>.

DOUBLE FEATURE from two years servicein
; ;
iI iILEVI'S the Air-Navy. He was accompanied Heart beat re .

I JACK SLADE home by: his sister .

Starring Mark Stexens and :Miss Shirley Colley of Washington a -A.4-1li:;; :? : cordings showed

Dorothy MaloneAnd D. C., who, is home on two ,. '-. --r---' ..
t -v '-e '
weeks vacation. Jerry and Shir- :;: p- : ,- sounder sleep on

ley and their mother, Mrs. M. H .

Cha Cha Cha Colley, will spend the weekend in : r ; BeautyrestBeautyrest
Clearwater with friends. : I-, I Ii -; :._ #sie : "

Boom Miss Jean Mundy leaves Sun- -'T'7 .
day for her freshman at : ,
With Perez Prado and His Orchestra Bessie Tift College, Forsythe, ..- .i;: ,;::;ir : : a" -

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!. ..y .yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyc gram part of the me thi1.f; n. b beneflttlng:irom'-ih 'adult Tflriv even? ** r Shad Thompson 11"- i in Lake Butler: Mlsa GJoria ,Anderson. \\J -Dir: and Mrs. Ralph Wise hon 1 r

Charles Smith and Myron Prevatt big 'classes at Bradford High and '*Mrs. ored'their with birthIday '
Mrs. Troy'.Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Croton Smith of son Billy a YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester
I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS representing the. authors of the School 1. taking,a brush-up: coursein Arthur. Pearce, also visited Mr. Jacksonville were Tuesday lunch-) dinner at their home on I
ti,,. book, "Ten Against. the Storm shorthand and typing. Any Thompson in the afternoon. eon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sunday. Guests included Mr. and brook purse-size fountain pens la

."" made comments as the play pro other Keystoners interested in Birth AnnouncementMr. Mrs. Jonh Brown and daughters, I
By Mary K. Schaeffer Guest EditorA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1A1111 Perkins'and Bennett.:: | pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad
.1.- gressed. Mrs. John the courses offered will .be. welcome and Mrs. Charles Starling and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell

-'d' .... 111111111111111-------------1 i 1111 Bruce Prevatt were the characters in the car pool. announce the arrival of a son Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Daytona -j Brown and sons... I ford County Telegraph
CIn.. in silhouette, who. enacted Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Shyrock and were weekend guests of the
OUTSTANDING SUCCKSSThe DUPLICATE RESULTS Charles 'Gerald Jr:, on Sunday Mrs. Reddish ia spendinga
L. Si: Tanners: Mrs, Zack and
I I the various scenes from the story., .children were Sunday afternoon
Ham Supper at St. Wil! I On Thursday evening, Sept. 5, Mrs. Perkins taking parts of two ,guests of the George Schaeffers, Sept. 1, at St Luke's Hospital. Priscilla .Tanner visited Mrs. few days at her home here after -1 I
" 7 I
: liam's Mrs. Velma :Menzen and Mrs. "Mr. and Mrs. George Helen Griffis in Starke having visited her daughter
unurch was a success from women, and Bruce of three men.Voices en route from St. Augustine to on
: Evelyn Carnes held high scores ofA Gainesville were Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Eve' Godwin in Starke.
every point ot view. That was on of the silhouette pictureswere their 'home in Ocala.Mrs. '
August 31, a lovely Saturday at the regular meeting of\ the Mrs. B. R. Weld Mrs. J. S. I .. .Marguerite! Ryan, ,her guests of Mr.' and* Mrs." Preston and Mrs: Doyle Starlingand Mrs! Milton Jenkins of Jacksonville -I f ENAMEL

.evening, and the members of St. Duplicate Bridge' Club. :Mrs. Crosby, and Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell I mother, Mrs, Mary 'Goodson,-:and Green" family of Miami were recent spent Friday with Mrs.

Williams Catholic Club wish to Spires and Mrs. Allen'Graham The book ",cover"a door, son, Pat went to Tampa! ion:Sunday :Troy..:;,.Bennett and grandsonsof .i !quests of their- j parents Mr. and r Lula Dority and F. A.

thank all who attended or con- were second .while .Mrs. Herb artistically painted by Mrs. Norman Sept. 1, where they visited fTjtusyiile 'ftent the ,weekend Mrs Dan Starling. Weldon_ (Bo-I MT-V. and Mrs. Les Prevatt. and PAINT

tributed. In answer to the man Nelson, and :Mrs..Jim 'Donnally Thompson, was opened, and over, Labor Day. On Tuesday; with,;, ;.frs. Bennett and Gary. bo)' came :with them for a visit I children of the state' Farm visited -:I, -

who asked "Do you have these were third. On the precedingweek closed between scenes 'by -Mrs: Sept. 3, they took Pat t'O' Mary Buster Bennett, also of Titus-- with. his parents! Mr, and Mrs.I her father Willie Griffis. PER GALLON "
; Mrs. Gordon Adams and Russell Young ''who'w s clad inauthentic of Christiana'' Academy in vide waa/here for the weekend i, $1l'98'
every Saturday night: ?. we must, Help Edwin Starling.. and Mr. and biro J. B. Bradleyon l 2ND, GALLONwrnan
., & A give"a thankful, "No, not exacty1.but -!! Mrs. J. D. Henderson were first; I Japanese costume. Tampa, where he was, already.'en- with his..family.Mr Mrs.. James Waters, and sons Sunday.Mr. ,

.... ) it is hoped there will,, -Gordon. Adams and Mrs. Louise During the____ _next_ ___ six____ _months___ the rolled' for ,the school_ year;, : .' and Mrs Glenn Conner- were in Maxville oh Sunday for .
and Mrs. Brad Norton and
soon be other affairs of similar LOgston were second.ALTAR I book will be read in Tarn ,by all uuests 01 ..r and Mrs, Fred and-sont of.Starke, with\ .Mr. and ft. visit 'with "Ir,'and 'Mrs. Bufon?I '
.m.., nature for the community to en- SOCIETY J members of all the'circles. The Ellis for Labor Day weekend were I Mrs. H. H_ Hamilton and Mr. Higginbotham., daughter and Mrs. Selma Eunice MARY' CARTER
I. joy.. The ladies of St. William's Altar circles will meet: in a1;week or so. )Ir. Ellis' mother, M=rs.- Chas:,. W. arid' 'Mrs. Lynn Hamilton enjoyed Mrs.: Robert!, Meyers and were business Visitors' to. Jacksonville -.
;."'. Society met at the home of the CHOIR PACTICE ,TO RESUME Ellis ((90 yrs. old, incidentally); "a picnic at' Kingsley Lake last daughter Mrs, Nick Pope and on Saturday. i PAINT STORE
resident, Mrs. Herbert Nelson The members of the Community! Mn: Ellis' niece arid family; Mr. Sunday.'Mr. daughter The Hubert Priests, there in;'
and Mrs.
on Wednesday, Sept. 4, and made Church Choir. will meet each and Mrs.. Charles Kelly and two : and 'Mrs. Harold Norman Valenti, 'of, Jacksonville Christobe, were! Lake City on .Sunday to help Ed- :, 214 N. W. 13th si Street

":t'" IIlJI tentative plans for a card partyto Thursday evening at, 7:30.: < If you children; his sister 'Mrs. Jackie and family" spent Sunday with Sunday guests of Mrs., Mattie mond Allinder. observe his birthday -;; FR 67588Gainesville ;..

be held in their hall sometimein are a member of the choir; or a Kelly; and' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bennett and Carter and anniversary with a dinner;

the near future, as well as I potential! member, remember that} Smith, and two 'children all of i family at Daytona Beach. ,Mr. and Mrs.family.Lester Sponholtz at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fla.

tow other plans. Cokes and cookies I a 'choir is only as good as you .Jacksonville.Mr." Mr.: and, Mrs., ;.Vanice Keene of and Erne Williams. J
family of, Jacksonville visit-
r were served by the hostess. make it,' and practice is what it : and Mrs. Archie Ellis from Macclenny spent Sunday with ,
ed the C. S. Mosley I -- '
were guests family on
NELL PEARCE CIRCLE takes. Jacksonville Sunday the Alan Harts and Mra Nancy : -T : iI> _: if ',
:Mrs. John Roberts was hostess KEYNOTES of "i.1rllis': brother and family; Sunday. L, "HIT.-. --" ,, "
'' Keene.
.."',' HOUSEMENORIGINALLY WERE NOT I to the Nell Pearce Circle of the Mr. arid'Mrs. Herbert Nelson' recently Mr. and Mrs.- Fred Ellis.: :.Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns and Mrs. Susie Norman of Jacksonville -

First Baptist Church on Sept. 3. returned from' a week's va.. spent the weekend with
h' t ..... Rev Walter; Lee attended cottage Mrs. Lu Norman.. A RUNS MORE
-r r Mrs. J. D. Payton opened the cation in South\ Florida. They ....n.n y. y y meeting at the homeof o f
; AM RQ/ meeting with prayer, and the devotional made the trip by way of celebra- Mrs. Bill Pendarvis, Mr. and
.. .r; Raiford
McCormick ,
John ,
l I Mrs. Charles )
+ T FORA HORS(. was given by Mrs. Fred ting their silver wedding anniversary LAWTEYdj \ Sunday 'afternoon.Wayne 'Mosley of Jacksonville ,
4 i Ellis, who chose:: her text from visiting Naples, Key West, and Mr and Mrs. Leon4Jd =
4 the 6th Chapter of Matthew, Miami and Vero each before .returning Lee of Callahan. visited Norman of Highland, vi 'ted Bill = BUILDINGS ARE

*4 .-% 1.M 1.I dealing with the power IS prayer. I to Keystone Heights. Mrs. Joyce T. lbtchaaaaAAAAAALAAl1AAAAAA1 Ronald Kimbrell on Sunday. Pendarvis in Augusta, Ga. last oat
eel, I :Mr.- and Mrs! Jim Dinkins and INELGKEPT; YOU SEE
a Program Chairman, Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Father- weekend. 1.

''". Camp conducted the final studyof gill ,of Washington D. C. visited family of Jacksonville were Sunday Mr., and Mrs, Leslie Donn and
Mrs'. Abbie Beyers ,of -Winter guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
the Schaeffers Tues
the book. Circle Chairman George on : family, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy

.. Mrs. Fred ,Ellis, presided over the day evening. The Fathergills, who Haven :was the Saturday night Criffia, and Gerald. Griffis visited the LeRoy Donns
married 28. were guest,_of.Mr., and Mrs. .Erlie.Pad: :Mr. and Mrs., L. P. Rafuse and '.
'1 Would you like to save 11-4 business meeting, which was clos- were on August = in Daytona on Sunday.
" in Florida. Mrs. gett. Mrs. "Padgett and Mrs John. attended. services at' Clay
, cent on every gallon of ed with a prayer by Mrs. Lester honeymooning Mr. and Mrs. Everett
gasyou Burn-y
? buy? No tricks! Nothing Beasley The hostess served the Fathergill; is a sister of Mrs. Reyes visited Mr. and Mra. Uge Hill Baptist Church on Saturday? and Miss Barbara Price of Jack-

..1 else to buy Come la and seer eight members and one visitor Schaeffer and some of 'the real Douglass in Lake Butler'on. Sun- evening Mr. Rafuse was the sonville: visited Mra. erussuPPL
eld-time residents 'rememberher speaker on this occasion.Mr. YOUR BUILDING
..... Us TODAY. delicious refreshments. may
..d ..r COMMUNITY CHURCHVOMKN as a child in Keystone day.Mr.. and. Mrs. 'George Boyer :and Mrs. Herm Hamilton Sapp onSaturday.BOATS. NEEDS

4 A lead pencil does not contain \ Heights namely Ann. Shryrock, and daughter, Jewell. of' 'Plan ,visited Dr. Ou'ida .Fay Half, Mr. L

.U i lead..' ,. The Community Church Women Keystone's' first dentist- City:spent, :Tuesday; l'Wedn! and fMrs. Lavon Sharp and 'Mr.
14r ,Mrs Russell Young 'returned .broth r-in- andMrs.. Norman' Hamilton in
dey with Mr. Boyer's
, The "lead" in pencils Is natural held their first' meeting of the '
recently from a trip to Atlanta. law and sister; Mn. and MrTs: Gainesville oh Sunday. ,
'1 graphite mixed with fall season on Tuesday evening ,,
4__ clay. Sept. 3, at 7:30, in the educational i Her daughter, Miss Edith Young Fred Moore. Miss Jewell Boyer 'Mr., and'Mrs.. Jack1) Crawford I
WINNER 5 GAL. GASJ. building. Mrs. John Karges opened of Miami University! accompanied will enter Tennessee Temple College and family were Jacksonville\ S CE .

R. CORBETT the business meeting with a her. The Youngs visited. iIi'Chattariooga. 'Tenn. 'this on.Sunday to 'see' Mr. and Mrs. FOR RENT' 0 O 1 _- _
friends at Decatur, Ga their former Erwin Muse
devotional prayer, and Mrs. Sara falL and Misses Bettie \
and Edith renewed BUILDERS SUPPLIES (
home and '
McDonald presided. Plans were Mr. and bars Marvin Cruce of Gloria Crawford. Gloria ,

TlLLEYfSINCLAIR made for the ensuing season, anda acquaintances former classmates of 'Tallahassee spent last week came home' with her, parents fora ,OUT AT
budget accepted. All six circles at Emory University.: After with the' Frank Cruce family.. week's visit. Vifr 'e4S.&333m2
STATION returning to Keystone, Miss Mr:.
and '
Commodore of Tallahassee -
Crews W'0 aAL cp"e ;
Young immediately went to Mi -
and family''of '
interesting book review, arranged until the State
ami where she was to attend faculty spent from Monday Farm Sampson Canal
by Mrs. Russell Young spent Saturday with Mr
Sunday here :with hia family.
at Miami Univer-
and directed by Mrs. :Myron Pre workshop \ and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson -" '
vatt, as the sity, where she is an instructor, Sherman Bell of Jacksonville,, and -'. __ 'n. ,_ __ '
was presented pro
C'"W'IIAnri.. I "
preparatory the first --semes and Mrs: --_ ,---- daughters:-----I --
y ter's Work1';' carried him( to Tallahassee, on i
: :
Rev.Russell Young, who. has Sunday. : ',; : *jt : :

been studying this summer in Mr and Mrs. Warren Boat- .f. J:
North Carolina, has returned to wright ;of Camp LeJune,' N. c: }

i his 'pulpit! ,,;i'at: the CommunityChurc'K were, weekend guests 'of Mrs. to'LAST, zr' ;; 1 P T FURNITURE

: | Effie Boatwright- family. i ,
:Mr: and Mrs. Bill Beam oJ and : Mr. and ,Mrs. Joe,:Shuford and ,
children have moved into their family St Augustinii, ';'were .

new home, formerly occupied .by weekend guests' of Mi,a John, Ii* -
the Bill Siprelle family,,; on .Lake Shuford and Dave. r CQMPANVS

Geneva. The Beams are 'no .strangerS Stork Shower

to Keystone Heights, and was''h"
:Mrs.tE. ,W'Thomas* n
their many friends are happy to ored with lovely, shower"given\ 1 J l
see them back to stay. Mr. Beamis nirs. j
by Mrs. Bill.Dixon. .. Tex
a' DuPont employee, and was Wilson, at the Dixon home 'on !
assigned tp this area once'
{ before.
Friday ..eveningAfter playing -
.Mrs'Lu,Nelson and Mrs. Jean '
of several anal -

Fmf spent shopping last: Thursday and Gainesville the, many beautiful games .gifts[ opening delicious FRh SAT. _
; seeing a movie
If\1! the litter's i refreshments: were, served '
;- occasion being the; "
\ birthday!'-, *c to the, following; ladies: Mrs. SEPT 13 '--14 ... y. '

,Mrand'Mfs/ Bert.Christoffers.Sr. Curtis 'Starling 'of Orange Park, ",
< L l
l I Ii. recently; retalrned from 'a';jtfp| MTB, Nellie ,..:ilckinney iof Jacksonville ', : .' L "

to Tampa,' where' they attended a and, Mesdames Fay Kn' convention of the American Philatelic Durbin Earl Teston, John,Brown, f DREAMLAND -

Society since Mr. Christ- Charley Bowen,. Ralph Wise '\?; Buy Now For Next, Summer
offers is an ardent stamp collector. Mitchell Brown Katherine ,PLATFORMROCKER

i.. The convention activities were Swann. Bill Turner Dixon Thomas .. 12-Inch Floor' Fans ___ 19.95

held at the Hillsboro Hotel. While Joyce Futch, and Misses Di- 4....,... ,tr' : _
they were away, they visited with ann Thomas and Diana Teston.- \ : '
their Jr. who at Mrs. who has OO-'i.K:; FINE SELECTION
son, Bert was, Margaret Kelly, Was .$25.95 (
; )
McDill Field for two weeks camp been visiting in New River returned I ,( [::0ti'r.- ,COFFEE:AND. END 'TABLES. "
with the C. A. P. to the home of her son, : "

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Hermie, and .family last Monday \ .>t...,......N. ].Jib' NOW, -, $14.95

RCA' Victor Doltoru tow-priced table Jr. are living in their new homeor. evening. P.' W. Kelly' of.. Miami

TV with'Lean and Clean" styling that !Highway' 100, two miles from spent from Friday, until Sunday, -'

saves you space. New, "Mirror-Sharp" Keystone, and also on ,Lake Geneva. with the Kellys. They carried MODERN SWIVEL ROCKER : g.95

picture-262 sq. in. of viewable area. .- -Their; house, formerly,..the him to: Gainesville :Sunday( 'afternoon }Handsome Green 'Fabric '
.' "HigK-Sharp-and-Easy"; tuning with new Carnes house', has been remodeledand to catch a plane for-Miami.: y. and up '

"One-Touch" on-off control..Improved added'to;;:and is quite attractive Mr. 'aid Mrs., C.' W.' DeHavenof Was $89., ,

Balanced. Fidelity Sound. Powerful,:, new and modem: Green Cove were ''weekend. .' BUY SEVERAL
chassis. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
super Ebony;mahogany grainedor
guests of R. L. McCall..
limed oak grained finishes' extra. Fox and family for Labor Day Mrs. Sam Hicks pent; the BURIS RECLINING CHAIR AT THIS PRICE
Mr. from
21T820 Series were Fox'a cousins
weekend with her son-in-la.w. and '

-- Only Jacksonville and son Russell; Mrs., and Bill, Mrs Townsend, Buddy. daughter, Mr and ,Mrs! ':.Floyd' Was. '$7:9.: 5 rrrr NQW 69.95 6PC. DINING ROOM ;SUITE "
Martin,. in Daytona. ., ,
Simpson and son Mike. :
:Miss Savannah I Was $329.95 ---- NOW $199.95
Angela Smithof -
Friends of Mr. and firs Paul SWIVEL FOAM RUBBER: CHAIR
guest'of Miss ,
was the :
who lived here dur-
McCafferty, '
ing the Spring of this 'year/! 'on Carol, Far Bradley this :weekend.Mrs. Was: $89.95 -- NOW $69.95 9Pc. Limed Oak Dl1mg.Room Suite

Lakeview Drive, will be sorry to Lavpn .Napier and baby .

hear that Mr. Cafferty is critically : : of Jacksonville are ,visiting 'her Blonde with Lifetime Plastic Top
ill in Wilmington; Del. parents, Mr'::"4ind.. Mrs.- Bennett' LADY'S RATTAN CHAIR ,

Mrs. Margaret Tracy has returned Wilkerson.' Was 379.95 NOW $299.952PC.
from St. Petersburg, J.-,B. Teston spent several daysof Was $7.95 --- NOW $6.25
I9995 where for three weeks she visited last week: with his son, G. W. .

with Mrs. F. W. Doying, a former and family: Jacksonville., SECTIONAL SOFA

Keystone Heights resident. :I Mr.. and Mrs... Moultrie, "Roberts RATTAN TUB CHAIR .
'Mrs. F. A. Fitzpatrick and and a-'h of Jacksonville, ,were .9'

daughter Marion of Norfolk, Va. Saturday evening guests of Mr Was .6.95 NOW $5.25RATTAN ;: : .

- have returned after 'visiting with and Mrs. O. J. Anders., ,,"_., / --ii. Was $132.95 .
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton for Landon Griffis of Jacksonville ." --K-.. 't ,
two weeks. 'Mrs. Sutton is also a was. here' for 'the 'weekend with SETTEE .

daughter of Mrs. Fitzpatrick. his parents- Mr. and Mrs. Levin Was $21 9t: j; NOW $109.95

,Mrs. H. I. Stephens_and, her Griffis. ; / -- .NQW$17.95. "4 A- ,0%>.Y { i.q. w :1.-: .:.r"i/-{ : .
sister Mrs. Lawrence McLaugh- ,'. r .' "
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crawford "
lin. have returned to their Lake and visited ALUMINUM I .
family the JTalmadgeCrawfords CHAISE LOUNGEWas

Geneva,homes after, an interestingtrip la. High Springs ,last t .. 4-PC:
IV Servicea.'a. whiCh took ,them to Melbourne weekend. ; $28,95 NOW $24.9S.: MAPLE BED ROOM SUITE
and :
Toronto Canada to
visit cousins: for several weeks. Mr..- and Mrs. Josie, ,Starlin \v.as $125.95"NOW $99.95AiUNINUIVI
Misses Bernice Prevail and.-Geral-.:
. -4V". They also .visited at. Niagara. dine Starling were gouts, of .Mr ,} :F.OLDIlIGCH IR ?.
Falls, N. Y.- enrout&home.' PINK.WROUGHTIRON
.fb and Mrs.'G.'B.. Colvfii : 7-Pc i
irk jjennoxGa. : DINETTE
a.'a. Ann Bell and Reba ., 'and Mr. :and v MrsJames' Was f895 .NOW$6,95 .' -

: All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates. Thompson Keystone Heights have ,to come resume 1laek their to Starling"vbited: "tee Joie Stariings j S a Was$74.95.. -- NOW $ &:i5.!!

Fully Equipped DependableAll Bible Instruction for Keystone" 1 I weekend.' and-Telatryeyin* Starke' last, METAL CHAIRS{ -- RED OR YELLOW T '
children this winter. The -
Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S visited at their homes for a time I Mr. and Mrs. Nelson> Privett Were $ .-lIOW$5.9S .IRON CHAIR ,

.... this summer.: Miss Thompson in, and family had as weekend Were $28.95 __ NOW $19.95
Mansfield. Ohio; and Miss Bell in I guests Mr. and Mrs.. Wilbur .

Franklin, N. C. and then met I Crawford. of Avon Park. The TWO-SEATER GLIDER .

RADIO & TV at Birmingham, Ala. at a four day I Crawfords' attended the gradua.tbn BABY CRIB .AND; MATTRESS

conference of Missionary. Bible exercises. rot St. Luke's Was .
i $3.4 95--- NOW
: $27.95
INMAN D., GREEN, Owner Instructors. After their arrival in I Hospital School of Nursing ;on Both For ONLY. 7$2.9525FT
Keystone they took off a few Friday ,e f in Their daughter:

TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering days at Melbourne for a.short rest Geraldine;- vasesmember of the 5PC. CHROME DINETTE

before' starting' their' instruction graduating ClaM: PLASTIC OSE -- Ca; &
Phone 239 She, Fla at the school this week. Marvin'' Thompson of. Jackson'ville ;

Mrs. Herbert Nelson Mrs. Eve Mrs. Dan Starling and Was $63.95 -- NOW .$49.95 WAS $5.95 -. NOW .$4.44u.

'. L rett Fox. :Mrs..Myron Prevatt and Mrs. Walter.. '.Wilkerson wereSwlday.
D kS.! G eRrga.'h.'leUer JW-c.l. .
, geest* .f-, their, father;
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.. Home Demonstration NEWS INTERESf TO COLORED During the" morning and evenings with- our pastor, Bro. Georgs !I.neet lg1.

.8 RO'O KER CITIZENS OF, BRADFORD COUNTYBy rvic musi'c will be futnished Chism. ,? Percy K:1tit.ti1: preaK: :: for

.ti4 ; Notes by the' choir,- Sister' Carter, president -. The E. C. Harvey family and: us Saturday night* et' 14, and

By Mrs Joyce' Castled OziriJ. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAA1AAAiAikkAAAA&AAAAAAAAAA Supervisor Shell, pianist. the Lacey Norman family en- *.i iiv-pt. 2i yill have:! Mr.

: j .rq .byDOROTHY .. : The" choir? is open f5r new mem- joyed a picnic supper and swimat Pvevatt of Lawtey.' Last Satur-
: ,.YT. .....yyy.y..y..y & : .. ters..' The general public' is ,in- Stricklands Landing Thursdayof ti'v night thrEe of the young
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vited'to attend all of the ser last week. ladies from Woodlawn Church
: Home Demonstration Paul B Emery Jr. of Alacfiua Lawn Party"Carnation the school: lunch program and
vices. Orf last Sunday night the Homer Smith of Tampa was sang a special number for us
been Social Saving
has approvecl for appointment Club tr transportation. .The first regularmeeting -
Home Demonstration Clubs tender (test with a' ,fork). Take aa1 office manager for the will sponsor PurplePassion Par- will be held on MondayOct. sermon was preached by Rev. D. visiting friends here Saturday and it was a wonderful treat.

... _With the beginning of school out' cloves. Pack pears in hot 'Agricultural Stabilization and ty on Sept 14on the lawn at the 7. It may be necessary to Bright of Lawtey, who is''patfor afternoon' and preached at Clay Four preachers were present in

: other functions In the community sterilized jars. Cover, ..with boiling Conservation program in Putnam home of :Miy and Mrs.: Hendrix have a called meeting to com; at Raiford and, Daytona Beach.ri Hill.- the services! with us.

start.-- too. One of these is the i hot syrup .and seal. County He: has trained' Morris, North.Lawtey.Road. Meet plete the organization of the is 6-uly a gospel minister.I. The Junior Girls classes, with YVYVYYVYyYYVYYVYYYYy'yyRISING ?

Home Demonstration Clubs. School ChUdren's Breakfasts the .program in Columbia County the crowd Saturday at,this party school lunch program and nursery Rev. Bright was accompanied by their teachers i and Carson Grif-

Mrs. L.. E. Dugger, county. What school children eat for and reported for duty,in his new for.Aplenty; ,of games* and fun, Thege'nerai school: mi wife. A very good financial'report fis went to Gold Head Branch

council president, wishes' to' Invite breakfast and how their breakfasts position on' Aug. 26. Prior to public is invited.to attend.No PrImary' Departmental Meeting was. read by the church State Park for an outing. Those

all interested!! persons to attend 'rate nutrition' wise'are training for this work, he worked :' tickets'! win be .sold but you Alt primary teachers of the l cIer. Sister Truely Allen. Dea- enjoying this affair were Sharon

meetings of the, Home Dem- questions studied by the Ohio one year with Georgia Cot- may come c prepared toi. leave' ,a county have been asked to' meet con J, Carlwell, reporter.LAAAIIAAIAAA4ALALLAAW. Mosely, Geraldine Griffis, Ada By Sirs. Gorton JonesLAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
6nstration clutf\) closet to them. Experiment Station recently. : small donation: with the hostess, Austin, Doris Pendarvis," Carol '
ton Growers Coo e'a.tfve. He Isa at Thurstori:' Elementary school : '
Clubs are located at Brooker Records of foods! eaten .. or .3 the University of Mrs; .Clara, Cohen;.,reporter; :Mrs. Norman, June Brown 'and their ,
graduate on. Monday, Sept. 16, at 4 p. m.
Mri, Tom JIarkeypresident; successive days by 341 children, Corean McNeil, president. teachers; Ellen Norman and Zet.tle' Mr. and ,Mrs. Thurman Jones
Florida and served in
yean Shell this
Keilbronn, Mra A. C. Ellis, president 9-12 old, showed that the RJE Basketball Supervisor d'
: years IflGHLANDlly Padgett and sons of Starke, and Mr., and
the'U. Si: married
Ai Force. He Lc. meeting-
; Lawtey, Mrs Paul Dinkins, large majority were short at the { ;- Coaches I Cutler .and. _Shetfare for organization' and Don't. forget Sunday School 'at Mrs: Gordon Jones and, Carolyn
president; and the' State Farm, morning meal of foodS needed for to the former YVonne Ha : asking all girls, and,_boy that planning for the' first six weeks. 9:45 and
: a.' services pick'nicking sightseeingat
m. Worship at were'
rell, of Brooker. Mr.. and; Mrs. The will include scheduling \I,.. LucyNorinaa:
: al
Mrs Belche and ,
A. president. growth activity. I plan .tp pIaIJ1sket: during 11 a\ m. and 7 p. m. each Sun.day. Fort White last Sunday.Mr. .
Tie' program for September IsHome Teachers have been especially Emery tnis'week"! plan: to move to' 'Palatka. the| 19578- season, to, firing birth !. for the'reading readiness &AA.4AAAAAALAAAA&AAAAAAA Prayer Service each Wednesday and Mrs; Reed Lewis of
Decoration.: Principles of? aware, of the effects"of skimpingor certificates to school at; once. tests plans for the District were
at 7:30 m. Rotbinsville, N. C. visiting
color: ; arrangement of furniture skipping breakfast. Teachers Joyce Suggs' celebrated her Per oist f having'certificates meeting in Gainesville on October Mr. and Mrs: L.' M. Norman, p.
relativer. in Starke and Brooker
and accessories;' and the use of often report that the' child who 13tl' birthday anniversary! witha are asked to write' the .Bureau of 14 and plans for the' State .Mr. and'MrS:' Charl,' Mbsely, VVVVV, ,V vy, vvvVvvVyyvVYICLAY this week.

fabrics will be brought out. does this is likely to be tired,- inattentive at' the Civic Center Vital Statistics, Jacksonville, and departmental meeting in' the arid Mrs Iris Pendarvis all went Mrs. TUm.s .
Bop Party Mr. and Wo'xi'w
at hiS : You willnot be able tregister spring'and for' the ,fair exhibit to Augusta, Ga: last week
Those cross or poor get. one plans to see
.. whq..Jind Jt impossible! Monday night. Among those atteadftig ,- HILLby and faronyo'of Brooker welt
to lessons. as a player without a In October. T1'rne"ti gill Bill Pendarviswho; ,is a patient
attend club meetings are invited weri Miry'Jdne Btgham,
guests of ivir. .. .. .......
to' visit the, Home Demonstration Poor breakfast habits carried Linda' 'Ann GIi i Beverly certificate of your birth: Both \\ riot last 'over one hour. All there in ,the Veterans Hospital.Hal supper -&
y E. C. Lewis Saturday night.
office in the court house over from childhood may be La coaches aTehoping this'wi be'a teachers of grades 1, 2' and 3 are, Edwards of Orange Parkwas Sirs. J. L. Strickland '
Ufarj'ella, and Jo Ann Green, Miss Carolyn' Jones was a Sat
handicap to adults. Industiystudies successful year if the'.playerrf can l expected to be': present. We "plan vfsiting- the Lacey Normans
annex for assistance or information .. ..
Winston Kelley, Ronald, Dukes; .S I t A k& a..i A LA_.aiia_______ urday guest of' Mr. a .,d Mrs.
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and that r
have traced accidents the flu is current to -
from the" agent. overcome \ invite Supt Morgan to attend last Friday. .
Pickled Pears slow-up in work to little or hobreafast1 L nox: Kelley, E; Honavach', ly infecting.tie student body. 1 I this- meeting and discuss the The' Brownie Austin: family We learned Saturday morning Thurman' Jones' of' St- rke. .:...
John 'Gee .Helen Kelle Stan -
'Tl' se-T: who l'avelate Then, the midmorning Hospitalized Georgia. Junior Primary Program. has returned home after spending that-Mrs. Gertie Faircloth is back
pears will snack all often is food that ley Green; ;Betty Stuart,'_ Kenneth'Green For several weeks Rev. R..J. '
want to try "Aunt Rosie's" (Mrs. top Church News several weeks in Daytona in the hospital and not improving FOR DEPENDABLE?,
Rosa Pinholster of Brooker dulls the appetite for lunch. Jerry Suggs, Ju'anita Tin- Washington, pastor.Of Greater Mount Moriah Method Beach. in health. We really miss

of pickling pears. Her friends) way 4.11 County. Council Meeting dall, Jean Edincott, Linda Gayle Allen' Chapel AME "Church, ,has Church; ,Rev A1 .E. Stripling pastor Mr. and Mrs. Charles s Starlinga'nhounce" her in church services.
The 4-H County> Council will Green,: David Ti dalf, and Mrs: been in the Archibald Memorial Termite Control
I agree that they are delicious. will have Church School a't the birth of a son on Pearl Mosley is taking a long
first of the, W. S. Thomasville Ga. Sis
hold its meeting Suggs. Hospital, -
Wash, peel and core'' 2' dozen 9:45 Sunday with Supt. W. Sept 1. He has been n9med vacation. Has been visiting relatives -
pears. Make a syrup of 7 school year S Saturday morning at Stephanie"and Karen Nettle 'ter'-N.: L. Washington and sonEugene" Brooks fn charge.-'On last Sunday Charles Gerald. Mrs.. Starling about three weeks, and I Hooaehold 8( CommerclsJI
cups Methodist have5
la o'clock1 Li the .been' constantly 'by
of sugar, 2 cups,of vinegar! cups Church Recreation Hall in Starke.There'will celebrated their 2 d'and 5th his bedside., Recent report from ),at 11 a. 'm. t worship was wa i the former Helen Hardee; hasn't said when sfte is return- Pest Control

of water; :i tablespoon of whole birthday anniversaries on Sept. crurch'clerk' conducted by the pastor and also Mr., and Mrs' Flqvd( Norman ing home.
luncheon -
be covered dish E. Givens indicatedthat
a !
clov s. Bring syrup to, a boil. at noon.Marilyn ,' 3 with a few friends in for cake he, waS: not doing well at alL evening" service, On Sunday:: at 3 and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Rafuse, pastor of th' I Orove Spraying
Drop'pe in ind fiimRecent p. m. a musical program will be Mdsely, all of Jacksonville,
rs and cook until Cox, president, urges Members and friends can reach Woodlawn_ Baptist Church preached Call Fft. 6-6035
guests in' the home ofMr. rendered by the' Sunday School. were weekend guests of the L. for We
us night
m ail Saturday
all the" 4-H girls' and their mothers him by addressing{ your or
to come arid bring a dish and Mra Ralph .Nettles were condolences to the above named ,Supt..Brooks is asking all per- M. Normans. also learned that' the folks at Florida Pest Control

Charles Fisher of Wauchula, and hospital.. Exp ssiorii',and gifts sons in the community to attend. We"are' sorry to learn that Lawtey' have cottage prayer
WELDING The girls will discuss booth'at and make the Mr.- and Mrs. Arthur V rp, oj sent+so far have been' greatly ap? Bros!; Robert Dell and William Mrs. Gertie:: Faircloth is back In meetings on Monday, Tuesday, & Chemical Co.

plans for their Yankeetown, Mr. and Mrs. PaulShepard predated by the family and memo: Holland, co-chairman for Trustee the hospital at Jacksonville. and Thursday evenings this
fair next month. 24 N. W. 16th Are.Gainesville .
RADIATOR REBUILD county and 1\fi. int 'MiS. Joe hereof: .the churcnl Day, are asking"all" men to meet- Several from here, attendedthe week. We wish we could get a-
Neil of Valdosta; Ga. Adult, 'Education 'at the' church oh Sunday morning deacons and laymens meeting wake enough in our community Florida
TRACTOR REPAIRSAll Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ginh classes for veterans' and adults to" revise plans for' the men's 1

GNA.NNPLUMBING add family' of l Miami were Sunday are still open for,new members at .day cefebi Uon. The annual

Work GuaranteedYou CO.' dinner guests of Mrs. Doshie RJE. The following" subjects are trustee" day observance has beencharige'd

Prescott. being taught: Mathematics, J. D. to the fourth' Sunday in'

Street Greene. ,- every Monday, 'night\ OCtol! i. We are pleased to have 1111 Jib'RADIO GIA L ,
Can Depend'on 118 Court Mrs.. Eva HarrelJ went several s1sf Pi
Mrs. Science,. Principal, ,E' Thompkins:, J Brooks back with us after
with Mr. and
days '
Stalnaker for Service at Installation and ServiceOf p each, Tuesday night; Music, Supervisor ] spending l vacation in Ala '
Emory in Jatka. While there
All Types ,0. Shell Thursday; English bama' with relatives. ?Mrs. A. E.

she attended revival services Miss E. Kennedy, Friday; Stripling, wifV of" the pastor, is
Plumbing & Heating Earl Willis ,
STALNAKER conducted' by Rev. a Social Studies,. Rev., R, Dell, Jr. recovering nicely from.her recent

S Dependable and Expert former Brooker'pastor.. The registration, fee, is, $2, per iD iess. We hope she will soon return '

Service Mr, and .Mrs: Ralph 'NetOes.attended1" course:. ,Classes in sewing,--cooking to us for we have missed
,GARAGE Economical! Prices. the" ifeth'od'isV Yound 'Adult and 'typing"can ,be' organized if her'very much We will have to This fall '

Assembly at Florida Southern as many as 17 personi: enroll fo'fthem. work extremely ,hard to make a I

,418'E.. Brownlee St. Ad- ,PHONE 514-J College in Lakeland: : Principal Eddje Thomp- better financial, report than the

'joming i Farm, tfopie & Mr. arid'Ttirsw! Paul Emory .and kiijs is ;dire tQI' of, the\\Adult i program women but if all men rally,.to the

'Auto Supply Night Call, Collect, 2896 Mrs. Eva;'Barrett ,were sightseeing ',and,' will, < be' -glad";,to" register drive we 'can win: W Jlolland, enjoy them alit!
any persons interested in completing -
Keystone Heights at St Augustine and visiting reporter;, .
:' high school .fwork. ,AU New *
J Mr: a'nd'-Mrs. ?MEm6fy Sr. in Bethel Baptist Church,
,over 18 who !have stopped
persons Rev. A. Vinsori \
,, : Alachua last u day. dreviVa1ls'
school for various reasons'and
.. ,
now going at
Rev and Mrs. C. B. stallings on the
wISh to. return may do,so on this ,
,spent the pastweek with friends .progr m ,and qualify ;for high church; all persons in the community

and relatives in., Tennessee. school the General are'urged -to attend this
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ? .: diploma' taking sour saving 'campaign. '

Mr.and, Mrs: S.A, H.' DeLoach. Education: Development Test Antioch Ii .
as-.soon, have :.had Baptist Church, Rev,
of Jacksonville: were Sunday din as -you enough :: -
STARKE ,FLORID DeLoach.s studies: to feel n' the George Lee pastor; will hold regular
( ner guests of MrL pa? .you ,c pass c

'. ... ,,1.\ rents jMci.a'nd J.,, Mrs.' W. T. Blah i tesi' iMf. 'Uj H. .Gibson General: service hool starting' ''with' Sun- ,
day 'at 9:45 a.
: m. Sister
of Schools IS in
Supervisor charge
REV.. LEWIS D. HAINESi;,Pastor Mrs, tcheU.. Douglass visie'dher of testing and schedule's the, test ';' ; '
!; -
daughter,' Mrs, J. V. Edwards, '
Jefferson ; about e' two months ,
and Court Streets Ir Heart of Ton every
.Th '
Jr., last week. ,,.
For further lri. qS'
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 during, the year. ;) 'U'4
Mrs. W:: L. Douglass, Bill formation call '59-J. 'J1[ 4c

Blair, aiMs: : W; T: Btatr visited Thurston, School Newsn, ,_ ,

urySerznons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00'P.M.. Mrs- J. J. Billing' and. oth..r. i The first regular PTA r meeting

Sunday School 9:45 A. i. Training Union 6:45 P.M. relatives in Providence last will be, held Monday, Sept ;16; at ;
week. 7:30 p.ml President iL I;: Walker

Midweek\ Service'W dnesd y, 7:30 P.M. Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. Edwardsof will" be. on l a d.to. preside and

Bradent guests of greet all old'and new members.Principal .'
n were U ,
the 77
Hear Sunday Morning Service over WDVH a* Mra Eva Harrell and Mr. andMrs. S: .c.c Price ,has invited

,11 a.m. Regular Broadcast 1 Every 3 and 5 Sn T. B. Edwards last week. Supervisor Shell to bring a picture -
uhy. in foh parents,to see p1 twill
'Mr. and Mrs.E'dd Polk and '
be of instructional nature
an '
,family spent the weekend' with and ,is designed to improve the 4 WHEREVER YOU CO, THEBE'S BABIO lll! 1

Mr. and Mrs., Leander Parrish mental hygiene of the parents, (

and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polk in pupils' and. ,teachers, First, and All through your house, on porch'or patio, radio's special

Madison Street Church Trenton. second grade' teacher.,Mrs., D. B. c .- features,music, newscasts are "exclusively yours" to enjoy"
Baptist Mrs. G. P. Parrish, MM. Iva Jackson, has been asked" to serve ASK 'U See dealer's
your appliance wonderful
McKinney of Auburndale, aIJd as, Reporter for this year. Prig new selection_.of.radio-....

(Presently Meeting Washington, and' Grand St&) .Mr. and :Mrs: Arthur Moody, Jr.. ,dpal' Price is asking'ill* patronsto CHARLEY E. JOHNS& SON .' U jnoaels now-buy one for every room..*

and daughter of' Greeri Cove'were 'coine'm ,and see the new floor

Good Singing Forceful PreachingEACH Saturday guests of Mrs. C. ,that the Bow of Public Instruc- ,about, this question: r

L. Atkinson tion gave the school during the NEW 16MTf fO SEE, OH FALL TV _
LORD'S DAY Several additional items *? !'
Jack Suggs, USN, of BrUM'wick summer. bough a Travel-Accident] .
have' been added to ,the school for World&rieS".-..football thrills .. great new variety show
Ga. spent weekend! herewith : Policy my vacation trip,
arm chairs and desks
: Sunday School ,un ________ 9:45 A.M._ his ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. including from Camp Blanding, he teach- so' what happened? My\ baggage and dramas. ..special events! Exciting new color sets are

MorningVorship __- __11:00 ilL i W. S. Suggs; !era aild ,students are very grateful tfas Stolen* Uoes, your out,too-phis'improved designs of the increasingly popular"portabk"

Mrs G. P; Parrish,of Auburn- to SupL ,Morgan, arid the have models. Visit
agency if combination your TV dealer today-have at
Training Union ________ __ 6:45 P.M.. dale was the overnight"guest of Board for these improvements.. Travel-Accident .
and Travel-] (east two sets
in home.
Evening Joyce' Castle Monday.Mrs. Special Education your
p Worship'Ti 8:00 P.M. '
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Prayer: Services & Business Meeting Wed. 7:30 PJK. C. L Atkinson, was the The class s' in special I' educalfon insurance policy? 1: 1Alkt' additional .. '
Sunday dinner guest of ,Mrs. located at Jenkins Elementary 1 for home entertainment. seethe'new

Mallory Thomas in Starke-. have made sL:.very. good,start this 'jq ,modda Qf J-A.'Pwmo>>s apbs''ad TecOrdL
Visitor, Neighbor, Frieijd Let This Be A Cordial Invitatiori"To year. The' teachers ,Are Mrs,I. c; (larfey E Johns

Worship In Starke's Youngest Church ..,......,.,..,....,......., ..;. Jelson and E. J. Givens. A knew .
feature" will be" the, teaching' of

Nursery open for all services ..;- Room for aH. PINE LEVEL y cooking r,.wfrig'; to boys;was and featured girls.in' Last the &Son Agency 4rfLORIDA) ; w.t LIGHT COMPAHY ti:

arts ,and crafts, program, Sbtfar
; II. if ,
bjr! lUr 26 pupils are, enrolled':,and.others Pfcone" 1$ Stark; i a.
., T. NOUN, Supt. Sunday School are exPected,to:join' the class' thai .t

will be located at. Anderson Juno '... 1 ,
;: I We had good attendance at school.In ; Miss '
Lawtey "
ior"high ; : U
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1 and
church last Sunday teacher.
W.,.Cromity is the ,
.. -. t .. plenty' of rain. They were 171 Hampton Training School
in ,Sunday School'classes.. Principal Me'ionease :Taylor has.enrolled

We were' made so,happy Monday 42 pupils.'so atM'hooI. .. REMEMBER !
; .
I -, -, morning to'see, our affti far. A new" porch and steps ,-.." 's"ciH'O-O

HUNDREDS Owen and wife, Iris", and. their havebeen built by fix Board: "of

two litle boyi- They ,didn't have Instruction. Prof. A.J O. Jenkins : L
very long to visit with us, and was in charge of these: r paIts. :. School started recently.; Thousands of children
of details
are and Jacksonville
economic.yattendedthtoiilyatraInedud left about, ,1 p..: nu for_ The school is very dean and additional' '
; '- are using our streets and sidewalks to tor and from'their
where two of the boys are go
furniture makes it
very .
p careful org ..ilz4Uoxr can attend when in school. Owen. address Is; attractive. New books.!have been: .JSM.Pw.: classroomsmany for the first time! It is partof

the ''urgent'ee for serving la at Owen Wc-- e, ET-1. USS l issued ind'p! ns haye been made ,_ your obligation a responsible citizen to be more'
Calhoun County LST 519, care U alert than'ever when,driving wherfin
h'ari4. for a banner year.The"music :'U' your ear, especially
'l FPO. New York' N. Y. will 't scKobl '
specialist, .Mrs. P. WffliamsC or near a zone.

-. Saturday afternoon visitors ot, visit with' theni one 'hour every ,
DeWltf, C. JONES the H. M. McRaear were'Mr; and Yond y.Par nti are asked to lk& ut your brakes are working properly, observe ).

Phone Starke FlFnnenil *.- Mrs Robert Myrtek and children, see that all pupils have had:their i," speed limit signs', and be sure you are in control

Mrs. Bobby Crosby, Misses immunization shots; Visit the of. your carat, all ,tImes, ready to stop on split

Director Attbokaw Serriet Pansy and Joyce Crosby of' Jacksonville ,health, unit on', Wednesday' of second notice if a child should dash in'front of you..

nlbli u4? ; and mother, Mrs. L. A.. Saturday; ..tmornings"- and have : '
; Oar,local fmtrtl bOBM to otfer.CCI1YCIAOII 'Normans '
N. -
Crosby; ant the T. your' chfldreh checked. Many pupils .
errloM mot thrwtt uaDable. -
of. Heilbronn.MV. .' are out this week'with flu. -"' ' I One Of The Florida Banks Serving All Florida -'
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Melrose were" Thurs'day evening Roberts has U .. : :
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alfiuit tyH mlc* at lowttt pximi,
= dinner-gueats-,of:, the. H. M. McJ ,enfbil&f in regular. hoot ", .. .
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c&i : *r pvnicit la jMLtt .r,U..full.oa a tounLorrktf }aes.: ,Other,visitors.,Sugday.C1j&ui afternoon ,and' 15'in' -pre-schooL'' -Shebjf Isb1ng" ... ;' -.' ., ::' 4',i: &-: "E
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I ''Vi. S.,. yWllIl.Morgan,507 Clark:j I't (SWVi) of .Southeast Quarter I*nd four tenths (169.4) feet to a I is hereby ordered that thislorder'

Growers Billy D. Danshy Parades Fiddling Grid Coin Flip J Building Jacksonville 2, Florida'1(tel'.n r run thence North Zero (0) I concrete monument on aforesaid ( and :- shall be pubrish-
Seeking and file the original In the office degrees. eighteen (18) minutes and I Southerly boundary; run thence [ ( 'a weeh for four consecu.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court thirty (30). seconds West along said;South Eighty-nine (83) degrees weks the Bradford Couuty
Begins Work In Planned For FairTwo Custom on '.or' before 'the K stpriv boundary a distance 'of r twenty-four (24). minutes and Telegraph a newspaper published
Changed 14th day of October. 1857r'otherwise Nine handred eighty-one and eighty Twenty (20) seconds East along'i County, 1'lorida and
the allegations of said ',.nureilthsi 1981.82): feet to a said! 80uthtrly boundary a distance hJ\'inl a general In
A change was made in the old concrete monument run thence of hundred' thirty (630) feet to said County '
Marketing Answer ;NfW TV Station and Complaint will be taken a confessed < Si
parades a fiddling custom of flipping the coin before by you North eighty-nine (U) degrees fif- p of beginning. I i i Witness my hand a Clerk 'of said

contest will be among the new football last week for the This notice shall be. published ty-four (54) minutes and twenty GREETINGS: You are hereby Circuit Court of'Bradford County,
I 1957 version of once each week for four consecu-i (!0) seconds West 630 Florida. and the seat of satd Court
features of the that
notified suit in has
Lt. B'lly D. Dansby of Company Keystone Conference ,as member concrete monument a equity i at Bradford
Produce j tiv weeks in the Bradford County feet to a ; Stake County, Florida
growers, working: on .he 'Bradford County Fair which! Xorth Zero (0) oem broug"v"lnst| you and each this 9th of
C, Starke National Guard unit is schools voted to hold the official Telegraph. run: thence ob day September, A.D.
'a :program of Improving marketing will be held during the week of. haLed this 'llth day of September transferred to Headquarters toss under the stands instead of .
conditions at the Brooker .ting commander I 1957. and thirty 4,,n) Ieconds'tst a distance and cause by L. G.I (CIRCUIT SEAL)
Company of the 748th Armored Oct. 28, Guy Andrews, on the field in front of the crowds. (OFFICIAL SEAL) I I of One Hundred sixtynineand enttedCourt, known as Luther s/ CURT. DabY.
State Farmers Market, seemed of the Starke American Legion] Charles A. Darby. four tenths 169.4 feet to a G.I
rdcance Battalion: in Jackson- The decision about the coin 'concrete the Southeriv Powell, individually and joined Clerk of Circuit of Bradford -
io lean toward fair Clerk of the monument un I ..lour
strongly an au"tlon ?- post which sponsors the an- Circui Court County .
I flipping, the method to determine By Dorothy W. I boundary of riFh-of-wRY of with John H. Powell a Executors i'

type market as they met in ville.He began working as an announcer -I n uncedI I j I wriich team will kick off was in I I I tcompliance Deputy Eiand. .Bessent Road: and Trustees of the lulL. of Luther1 A J. Thomas. J v. z!3-f 5 Temple
the fourth of a series of meetings '. '/134t10/4 ,' Eient>-nlne (89) degrees twenty- ; Avenue Starke, Florid Attorney
I With these and oiher new attractions with C Powel
,. for a suggestionmade minutes and Twenty (20) -
and news reporter four (24) that sought inlaid for Plaintiff. /13 10/4
in Brooker Monday night, Jacksonville's new television sta- being planned the fair I by the National Federationof I IB T'e'Clr.ii Court Of Florida seconds West alqng said Southerly i I* to relef clouds from sui 4
but 'no ,decision was rezjh d.- and better and boundar'a distance of Four hun quiet and confirm plaintiffs
jonn'GATV. 19 and this year will be bigger -. High School Athletic Assns. Cflt.'I. Ute
on Aug. and seventy-five hundredths -
I PAP'Bradford t to the, above described .
Between ,40 and 50 grower? ;.as moved to 1523 Parkwood than ever Andrews promised.I',The national office in Chicago said L..G POWCtl* also CI.aeer, (446.75)' feet to a concrete i Ddefeaeible fee simple lands title thereto an-

from all sections! or'the tri- load in Jacksonville. His guard Special events are being planned -,lit has found there .is considerable]LUTHER ,a.\PWELL Individually monument' ; run.thence. South 'Zero against the claims of you and

'fC !\Jl1ty. area (Bradford Union the.entertain-; and 'JQ. John, H. (0) degret. fitfn' (5) minute each_ of you;' and you are' summoned GOTA'\
each for
day gambling in the stands before the
...ansfer is Leng made for reasonsof .POWELL.: ajj;- Executors and and forty (40) a di- ordered and required to I'
and Alachua: ) surrounding Brooker convenience, and he will serve ment of visitors to the fair with toss as to the outcome of the flip Trustees of the. Estate of Luther tance of Two hundred sixteen ( your written Answer or defenses

,joined in the discussion. Ord- the fiddling contest scheduled for, of the coin. C. deceased. feet to a concrete monument; run t the complaint in said cause in the
;as recovery officer for the [ 'Powell thence North eighty (89) office of the undersigned Clerk of 'SUMMER 'COLD

This series of meetings i is 1 nance Battalion. Saturday afternoon; the final day. In other action the- schools votedto vs-c' '_ g rees. (24), ,..Inutestwenty' sid Court at' Starke,' Florida, on

being conducted to work out a Lt. Dansby has been a memberof The parades will be held on Monday use officials from two associations SEABOARD AIR j LINE RAILROAD of(20)' Three!econds'Vest hundred forty-six a distance or 1957.before and to. serve 14th day a copy of October thereof; .

,marketing program 'which the the Starke unit since Feb. 1950, and Saturday'' with special to regulate Keystone Con- COMPANY et al (346) feet, to point of beginning. en A. J. Thomas. Jr.. plaintiffs at. TAKE .
Det -
C-A of land lying
Parcel parcel
entrants expected from other cities t whose address is 203205
growers will throw heir sup- when he joined the company asa ference games. Starke, Santa. Fe OTICE OF SITTDC i in the' Southwest QuarterSWK) Temple Avenue, Florida, on 4 for

port behind. In the meetings the private.. He worked his way up in Florida.\ and P. K. Yonge will use officials OF THE FLORIDA NAME OF. THE. "STATE. of Southeast Quarters. (SE%)' of or before said tarke, a required by !

farmers and market officials are the ranks to the grade of Fair officials who are working from the North Florida Officials TO Florida Railroad Co'mpany Section twenty-seven (27), Town- the Laws of Florida and the Rules
through i snow hip six (6) South,. Range twentywo of Civil Procedure. If fail so 6.6 JiEuEf
attempting to rring 'points of Sergeant 1st class by 1954. It en the plans for the fair activitiesare Assn. in Gainesville. Bolles, Fer-: known a Atlantic Gulf and t (22) East 'Bradford County, t to do. a decree pro confesso you will ;

,dissatisfaction with past operations was during: that year that he was George Huggins and Joe nandina Beach and Green Cove West Florida India.corporation Transit and Company Florida, A F Ive Florida hundredths containing(2.45)two and acres forty-and be entered demanded against in the you complaint.for the relief I II

S to the surface and develop selected for and attended OCS, Wood, agricultural exhibits; Miss Springs, will use officials' from Railroad Company, of the State of eing> more particularly describeds
i. Dorothy Ross, Mrs. Maxine' Gib- Jacksonville.The Florida, a dissolved Florida corporation follows: .
program which will be accept- and upon completion was commis- and all parties claimingInterests :

able to all. sioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the son and Miss Jean Sublett homemaking 1958' conference basketball I by, through, under or Commence of bald at. Southwest the Northeast corner !
exhibits W. H. Graham against said railroad companies Quarter Me'< ciotwn
A decision on the type of sale Florida National Guard.Lt. industrial; exhibits tourney was awarded to Green L James T.' Soutter John McRae. (SW H of Southeast Quarter I ALVAREZ' STORE! *
business and ; ( Et ) and run thence' South 0 Established 1894
the farmers Dansby moved to Starke in Cove Springs and will be playedFeb. I Mamie. .Johnsn", Austin Clifford
eighteen (18)
want during the degrees
Elden Mathews, parades; T. 6-7-8. Johnson. Bryant W. Hodges, minutes I
operation at the Brooker market 1948 from Alabama. He attendee W. A. James hirty (30) seconds East
Hazen Jr. and Kenneth Gridcr, Bostwlck. R Easterly boundary thereof distance
.' 'hext spring is expected to be the University of Florida and ticket sale. Officers of the conference are L Shaddock J., his A. .wife, alive, of forty-one and fifteen a -

,worked out at the next meetingon received a bachelor's degree in of Palatka will I Ralph Blount Santa Fe, president and i any of the above i named hundredths (41.15) feet to a concrete -
radio and television communications The Page ; Midge McKeever, Fernan- persons be dead then to his (or her) monument on the Southerly

Special Sept. 30.guest at the next meet- from there last June. provide concessions.the midway rides and I I dina, 'vice president and Jim unknown grantees.spouse creditors, heirs and all devisees other, tessent boundary Road- of the_for right-of-way point of C beginning of- Sell It Rent It Trade It

of Starke
In commenting on his transfer, secretary-treas persons any interest In the 1
fag will be Dr. E. W, Cake. said "I have benefit-: Andrews as post commander is I urer. property hereinafter described by. ,From ,point of beginning thus described -

marketing spfecialist with the Lt Dansby : chairman o.f the overall activities through>under or against each such continue south Zero, (0)
ter from association L deceased Florida Land and Immi- A TELEGRAPH
Agriculture Extension greatly my : degrees eighteen (18) minutes, WITH CLASSIFIED
Service. with the men in Company C and I: and X. M. Smith is vice-chairman. BAKE SALE gration Company of Florida and thirty.. (30) seconds East along

An advisory committee chosen I of best Florida Land and Immigration Company aforesaid Easterly,boundary a distance -
feel that Starke has one a' body corporate a dissolved of One Hundred fclxty-eight
Cricle 4 'of the First
by the growers are Everett; National Guard ,companies in the MethodLtWSCS Florida .corporation, and all parties and eighty-five nundredths (168.85) =:WORD OR' LESS Out Iaertl (MUlatim C..e) ',f jEACHADDITIONAL

Crawford, Worthington; John State. of Florida.- Slash Pine Cones front of will Barksdale's hold a bake sale 'at in 1k clalmln der) or.against' Interests laid'corporaton by, through..un- ftet hence,to North'a,.concrete eighty-nine. monument(89); run degrees WORD OVER : _.,. __.__,?_4 Per W.ri
Lacrosse starting
; Earl Hill, Santa (sr Charlie Dell ,fifty-four (54) minutes and 90.% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT IXER'IOU'SAME: AD

\ Fe; Woodrow Thomas, Thomas 10 a. m Saturday, Sept 14., is 299, West: 153rd Street. Apartment twenty (20) 'seconds We.t a. distance :ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IX
Wildcat;/ 'Treed'Gopher 14New York New York; Leroy of six: hundred 'thirty (630) ADV."CE
community' ; N J. Davis, Gra Being CollectedThe Dell and Rosetta Dell his wife, feet: run thence North ,zero (0)
:ham-Waldo; N. G: Hayes, Clyde whose residence is Hallendale. For- degrees, eighteen '(18) minutes 'and CLASSIFIED DISPLAY, ...-- ___.. 'L5 Per lack Flrft Insertfoi'

Cone and'R. H. Green, Brooker.: In HolesNotice W.C.T.U.FLUID Ida; ..Eddie Parnel and Lol- thirty(30)- seconds West a dis '1." PER INCH FOR sum AD REPEATED. O%K 'OR MORE TIMES
be Parnell. his wife., whose of One hundred. sixty-nine
A chairman is to be chosen at Florida Forest Service and t ( residence in 165 West, 130th Street CARDS OF THANK ,(Up Te 50',Wr'
the to wildcats in the Brad several I New' New York; 'j _____ ..__ r .
next meeting.Opinions : pulp companies are making DRIVE York OVER M WOBiUt --'----- -- 4 C..f. Per
Stay away nell and Thomas Bryant "
ford County area- -
an appeal for the collection of her husband whose residence is
4 Celts Per Wr
from gopher holes if you ripe, unopened Slash Pine Hood Village, Apartment 51A Fort Starke
Differ AGAINST Hood. Texas; Howard Johnson and .
live to a ripe age. Farm Forester Don Champion It I DRUNKEN DRIVING KAte Johnson, his wife whose resi

Most people would think thata stated this week. Persons taking TilE Is 1510 Asqulth Street.' Baltimore Nursery School ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnish REED TIRES
In Traffic METHODIST Maryland; Edna Bostwick Phone
ed for
Case wild cat had more sense than I cones to an authorized dealer will 1 CHURCH HAS ERECTED A Smith and Ben Smith; her husband 165,apartments W. T. Jackson. rent tfchg .1 Get Ask them for now pay aa yon rIde.

to let himself get "tre Lacy
: "TWO KINDS I 'at Conway Sales and Servic,
Detroit 2, Michigan; and to POWER MOWERS FOR RENT
A Georgia man last week com gopher hole, but eyidently the I I TWO Florjda. Forest Service OF FINISHES FOR AUTOMOBILEs the unknown spouse. heirs. devisees. Enrollments 66 Service. 411 S. Walnut Union, Pus Station, Starke, Fla.

plained that he was ill-treated I cats around High Springs are dealers have been set up in Brad -' LAQUER AND LIQ gra/itees creditors and all other ,Tinys, new mowers for Sale. ttchg

when arrested on a traffic charge getting awfully carclecn lately.A .. ford County. These are Ira Lester UOR.'' persons claiming any interest in the Pre-Schol ChildrenAll Easy payment plan.' Pay while
property hereinafter described by. you,, mow. Buy where you qan PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all
li' Bradford County recently. couple of them proved just' of Hampton, located one block (NATIONAL VOICE). through. under or against Jesse Age get 'service on what you buy. makes and model autos $21.93
south'of the Hampton School and Johnson deceased Clifford John- tfcbg and Installation free
But local officials connected I how dumb a wildcat can be. i up. at
eon, also known as Cliff Johnson
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with the tried to the hunters I the Bradford and Starke Chaptersof Hilliard deceased We Invite Shepherd'a .
case took issue with theman's They dodge deceased Johnson You To Visit Us I
I I I Future farmers of America. NOTICE TO APPEAR Jesse Johnson, Jr., also known
account of the episode by seeking refuge a gopher NEED O!
asI I I These dealers IB Clrrntt Court. Bradford Co.Ktr. as.Jesse' Johnson, deceased. I. S. : I FOR SALE S x S x II Concrete
contained? in a letter to Gov. LeRoy hole.'According.' .1' are authorized to ilorida' ,. rl. Johnson., also .known .as ,Israel :Half or Full:;Time..BasisMary'k Blocks lie1 each. FOP yard. Mortar -

Collins. pay $l.l0 per bushel for" ripe, un Edward W. 'Mencher...'Plaintiff vs. Johnson,: deceased.' Janie ,Johnson : 'TOP SOIL .' Mix,' Cement, Sand, Steel:and

I .to the High, SpringsHerald opened Slash Pine cones.' Jean }fyer Mencher, Defendant. Del* subsequently known, a i ; .' a, Aluminum Windows. /

.'The man: Leo F. Griffin a. Savannah a trio of hunters went I! ,Case, No. ,12-372. Johnson Parnel deceased, Wilow. FILL DIRT mixed concrete. Bradford ;En
',: I I I Champion said that a method No.IH' T.' AI..ar' James Johnson ; Johnson gineering Co.. Phone 94. tfchg,
estate man, was ar out with a pack 'of 10 hounds for To: Jean his wife,' both, deceased, and Hat
j testing cones on each tree for L Myers Mencher.; whose .
rested y' Trooper ,Carlos Mus- near Natural Bridge in that s c.1: l,npeness! is to drop two or three' residence and address is: 350 Fairmont ,- tie 'Johnn' Dickenl' deease4 and *,*" if d, i.- .* '>5'ALLTY'PES ? ,- f' I WAITRESS' WANTED-Apply after;

grove pn a charge of Improper, tion. They: ran 'one cat: for anhour I II ," N. 'E.' WarrenOhfo, '." to any andl persons 12'noon. B. &\\Q. Track,Stop Res
I cones 20-W motor oiL If. they You are herebY nonfird tnat"* .ujt having 01( climin any right"title; '. TRACTOR WORK .
passing and ,posted bond. '' ; taurant. tfchg '
a $50 ,
and then for' some unex- float they are: ripe; if they sinE Divorce has'been v. hen or. through 'j@rf
He, later protested to County'i]iplainable I t reason, the critter r'i j they are still and should red 'against yori';In the. aboye o against ,any of said named.de- 571r583rW. Call ... 'AND '
green Court and cause ,and you fendants lit or to. the following WE'HAVE a new Joa program 'for
Judge T. Yawn that he '
thoughtthe ducked into a gopher Hole. stay on the tree longer."In are' required to serve a copy :bf land situate. and lylir in Bradford -- Light Bulldozing tarmtr. Loans t to 5 years
bond was excessive. your'' answer or pleading to Cpiinty : 4 A forthe entire require-
the :
I The. men ,started digging and I case' of doubt as ,to which: complaint on'tle 'Plaintiffs .Attorneys parcel A. -.FlordaJlto-wl :lyIng ; .:4 1.. 'l .,, W. L. THIGPEN JR.Bt meats of the credi his fara-
In .
the letter to the governor.coplc.s when they could _finally see Pcat trees to pick, please feel free to & O'Neal In Southwest Quarter (SW I GaiiiesyJlle ,Cre4ItAssociation !

of wbich were sent, to the call on'the Farm Forester. or 211 N. E.: First Street, GainesUe H) of Southeast, Quarter (SE%)) I 2; Bi,2D. -: Alton.B CO frqducUop Main.
they slipped a cord 'with anoojn Florida: 'and file the 1 Section.twenty-seven (11)) Township 'j Gainesville, Fla.
and '
the Automobile 97.r tfch
I on the end of it through County Rangers, Champion said. the office of the Clerk of the 'Cir 'Six ((6) South, Range'twenty.two -$ .*PHONE- ,
Assn., Griffin's principal Any woodland owner having a cuit Court on or before the' 14th day .(22). East, Bradford County, WRGR '", ETtarke, FTm. -' .
a hole in the bottom' -Westinghouse and
a cucum of October 'otherwise Florida,. containing bun
1957? tb sixty-four sink
complaint about eallegations'
was the boniand "
ber hamper. Next they snaggeda good crop of pine cones this yearwho' of said dredths (.84) acre and .belng 'more If .J :\ mar-I l.fr ..A.al'_ -. dishwasher. Reg.. *$ t
the handling of the case by: doesnotdesire "to pick them be taken: ComDlaint.". 1 particularly,described as follows:. i price $:99.1. This appliance will
the judge. Other objection'Ie foot_ 'and pulled the snarling, This notice a shall be published Commence at the ( JOKi&PHONE500; ] o a'TNT' AXHIVKRIART t.. reduce $3 each week ,bntil.sold. '
.Soutwestcoi- ;
himself but will let. collectors .
on: Gas Co.
spitting and very indignant 18- once each week for four consecutive ner of aforesaid STARRE FLORIDA REP.tmED .tfcbg
. placed were that there was no cat the property, ,to, gather: them weeks In the. Bradford ,County Tel.'. (SW3) "of Southeast ".Quarter .(SE i .krf.'I; tw, .All...lakel.-, ? .l '
basis, for the .charge, the patrol pound into the hamper andquickly should contact he'County Rangeror rii'ph.' S, : M) and run thence..North 0 degrees, The siusic' ''ews Qapi. SHEPHERD narantee4CHAS..C FOR SALE-ty Correct Craft Cabin
Stationlonday'thru'Friday .
man was discourteous and he was clamped on the lid: Dated'this. 6th day of'Sept. 1957. fifteen,(15) minutes and forty (40): I OS W. citl St. Itarfce Cruiser 1U. .Two bunks,. gale,
Farm Forester, immediately f, '(Official1, Seal) Charles A. Darby, seconds Went. a distanceofeightytwo -, r rl enclosed 9$ HP.
an unwarranted lengthof l Several! nights later the, same ,Champion said. .Arrangements Clark of the Circuit Court and :sixty eight hundredths .; 1 ; equipped. ( WelcheV. ; Keystone

time., men went .out in' the Sweetwater will, bemade for, the col]; By Dorothy W. Eiand; (82.68), feet, to a concrete monument : 3% PAID' OvJ' RAVIJing.i_ KEYSTONE Heights 2712. tfcbg
making I- ,
Deputy, Clerk. on the Southerly,.boundary of
At the time of his arrest Grif., Lake scrub and the same' thing lection., \ $3', ._ 9/13 ,4t 4 the right-of-way of State Road,230;; ;., HEIGHTS,, MEMBER SERVICE A

fin was pn his way to Tampa, but happened. But this time, they "The big' thing remember a i is % .0 run thence man Easterly .directiorand 6QO: .Sig qI'ad Jiew PCIC. ,PL Auto Radios Toa Irons
NOTICE TO APPEAR along the arc of a curve, sale 6:O 5' Clockwatcher I t.r Fans,
stopped by the judge's office several used post-hole diggers to get at that we need pine cones to re i IB Circuit Court Bradford Co..t curve havllg.a radius of eleven Te' all small Applance. Now 1 RCA

days later on his return trip. the cat, and captured him by the sume our large planting of open Florida t la Chaarery.. hundred fifty-nine 6:30: Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon- FOR SALE-82 gallon Electric Vlctrola ,, FM Console.
Myrtle Lee and two tenths and Water 'Heater. Two elements. MCGRIFF MERCURY MOTORS
Deal vs., Wil i (11.559.2) feet day and Tuesdays
;J'I, was informed by the judge simple strategy of clamping the lend, putting back'to full production lam Edgar ,Plalntt being concave to the North a 6:45 only) Good Condition. See at Gay's Pa.ae 447

that I: was lucky he did not put diggers around the cat's head ," Champion said. "Wheth Case No. 1-36 i chord distance of six hundred The Clockwatcher Home -Appliancetfchg

metin..jail for contempt of court," and dragging it out and trussing er you sell to the Florida Forest Notice To To %ppmr eighty-three and forty-six hundredths 1:0 First News C The' World FOR RENT: furnished house on
I : William Edgar Deal. .whole (683.46) feet to a concrete monument Lint Your Property F. Sale Klnggley Lake, 2 bedrooms. New-
Griffin said in,the letter. it up. Service or to one of the pulp companies fFldenct and address Is: Unknown. said ctfbrd having a bearingof Roundup F.r. Home and Baftlaesii Wi.' ly decorated and modern: Win-
are hereby notified South eighty-two (82) degrees: 7:15 The Clockwatcher .
It's makes difference. The that a tr Free Open LUtiags
true that no
he told' Griffin These experiences are offered suit for Divorce, Care and Cus seventeen (17) minutes .East, last 7:20: Bulletin Joanie lisa.,., Representative ter Rates. Contact Mrs. Bence
that, the judge said, but the r for the benefit of Bradford County important thing is, to bring in toy of minor child aforesaid concrete monument being Board Te Air P. O. Box 307 Starke, Fla. at Kingsley L ice. tfchg

Statement was not prompted wildcatters your slash pine cones.." ha filed against you in the, on the intersection of aforesaid 13; Weather Around Te Na- 3'a 8. ea 301 .- Paoae Wild :
who might wish above named Court and cause and Southerly boundary of the right-: HObart :
by the fact that the tion 8:8:1 t _FOR_ RA fF1' .in.._ t! .ft.. .-.t
Georgiaman to consider adding you are required to serve a copy of way of State Road 230 and the n '..c.
a cucumber
I of your answer or nleartine tn $h.., Snntherlv Hnnnrlarv nf af rocoMSouthwest The' Clockwatcher culvert pIpe; 1.25 fL ALSO
registered a complaint, but : First -- --- 7:3 FOR SALE Used Inch T.V. Sets ,
hamper and a post hole digger Baptist Church complaint on the Plaintiff's : ii r (SW%) of World 1 Building for sale In South
by: the belligerent manner I in I to their Attorney Southeast --Q 7:5p Natona State .and 149.95 at Shepherd's tfchg Gate Subdivision. Low down pay
standard oniiinmonfFour ...... Daniel A. -Japour, SOS I (SE',4); run
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which, he went about registering r Adopts Record Budget Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville. thence,North eighty-nine ((89) degreeS Sports '. ment. Low monthly payments.
it. 2. Florida [ fourteen (14) minutes West 8:05:: The Clockwatcher FOR SALE-One ,good used Black- BILLY JACKSON, Phone' 16'*. c/o \
From and file the original in the officeof alon last aforesaid, Southerly stone Automatic 'Washer. Perfect Central Truck Lines. tfchg
"His purpose was not to plead Starke The membership of the First the Clerk of thf Crcuit Court on I i boundary distance of six hundred 8:45: Radio Cpl (Ministerial. condition. Gay's Home' Appliance.
to the charge but to complain," Enlist Baptist Church Sunday morning or before the day 'October, eventy-slx and .nlnety-.I hun tfchg CIRCULATING-' OIL HEATERS
In I
Army otherwise the dredths (676.96) of be- CZ..EANED-10
the judge said. "He tried to put unanimously adopted a record 15 Complaint wl allegations be taken of I ginning.; : pint 9:0:: Five 'minute summary of SANTA FE LAKE FRONT Call J, M. Allen)-epeIenc.Fur

the state highway patrol and M. Sgt. Denton Caster budget of $45,500 for the coming confessed by you. a' -Pall:B --A.parcel of iarl lyIng News $2.000.00. Convenient LS niur Co.: 151 or write Rt. 1,'Box

everybody but himself on trial." Army year which begins Oct.<<: 1. This notice shall be published in jthe Southwest (SW :9:05: The with' Betty- Andrews,. Phone 383 or 379-W., 18. tfchg
recruiter for -
the Starke area, reports once each week for four consecu- li) of Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Cttrbx' tfcbg '

Griffin was charged with pass- that the Gainesville Recruiting One Wiggins chairman''of; the the weeks in the Bradford' County. Section twenty-seven (27), Town- _v 'Gray FOR RENT 6 rom furnished apt.
ing on a bridge, but claimed Station Trustees, stated the budget in- Telegraph. hiptSix (C) South Range"Twenty- : Adams Show KINDERGARTEN ;- registration, Apply at 518 N. Church. Phone
which now includesthe Dated this 5th of two (22) East Cdc '
day Bradford >
September County, 175W.
there crease is caused by an enlarged 18.30 Aug. 30, Catholic, from 9 tfcbg
was no bridge at the spot Ocala area, enlisted a total of 1957. Florida containing thirty and nln Yute. For 'Te Missus till 11 a. m. Hall Sept

the officer said the offense took 19 men during August, including program planned for the youth, as (OFFICIAL Charles SEAL) and yfourhundredths! (0.14'acres 11:00 Five summary '. of 3.-Mr..CIyde' Priest. Stchg-9/13 .HOUSEKEEPER WANTED to live

four from well as improvement of the A.Darby, beig. more patculary News in. Five <&.ys with Wednesdayand
Starke. Clerk 'of the Circuit follows: .
Court '
place.Musgrove said that Griffin pass- I church's present facilities. The By Dorothy W. .Commence at the', Northwest corner Music For The' Missus FURNISHED APARTMENT 'for W. 'Thuriday'oto Mrs EjliJ; 8:1
Enlisting for direct ,assignment Deputy Clerk. Eiand of Southwest 1:0 rent-To'see,,is to appreciate. 4 Gardner 5t 2tp '/1
also increasein sid Quarter
ed a string of cars. on the Santa budget an : Farm room upstairs All
to the technical and (SW%) of Southeast Quarter (SB 1:30 Roundup p apartment.
Fe River bridge. Not only that, branches special, designated gifts, to Home and -' 9/1 4 t 4) and run thence South Zero (0) [ Public Service private- Couple only. 310 N FOR RENT-Klngsley LAke Two
of the
:Musgrove said, but he passed an- '. Army were:,Wallace Foreign Missions.1st .- JfOTICE TO APPEAR < degrees fifteen (15) minutes and 12:0: Second News of The World Walnut St., .Starke. 4tchg 920BlSI.tESS bedroom furnished house. Avail
I A. Wise who chose an enlistment In' Circuit Cnart. Bradford Coaatr. forty (40) seconds East along the i able now. ,on yearly basis ,$55 per
other string of cars in a no passing I Klorldai IB ChaBrery. Westerly boundary thereof Roundup. -
: in the Military Police a dis- OPPORTUNITY month. Phone: 2481. 2tcbg '
zone at the Hampton Junction Jessie Lucille Hodge. Plaintiff, vs. tance' of ,Two hundred, forty-four 12:30: Weather- Around, The Na- WANTED -, Interested party to /1
Corps and
intersection. I! ; James E. Hazen, Bennie Hodge, Defendant and f-eventy-Hve hundredths (244.- handle marine products, sAles and FOR SALE-Several' hundred old
Charles Roger Williams, and Jerald Case No. 12-376 7S) feet to a concrete monumentor tion service in Starke and surrounding style Split Fence Rails Telephone369J.

Griffin complained that he was W. Hicks, who enlisted to-: Notice To AppearTo point of beginning; 12:35, The Perry Van Show area Reply: Box 82I-U, c/o BrAd- StArk* '
: whose From point of beginning thus described Co. 2tP/t
detained a half hour before "I was: BennieHoge. resi : Telegraph, Starke.
gether under the dence s : Unknown .continue : Five minute summary of
.. Buddy Systemand addrt .' South Zero (0) 1:0 4tchg 9/20
relieved of FOR RENT-Two modern furnished
my $50. Musgrovesaid You are hereby degrees
will receive notified that a (IS) minutes and News
that it took few minutes training and an suit for Divorce, Care, forty (40) seconds East houae$25 to $50 per month.
only Custody
assignment in the Army Security and Control of minor 1 Westerly boundary along'sid : Chuck Denton Show W. Sibley, phone 3352 Keystone
children. a distance of 4:0
FOR SALE-PensAcola $20
for him to write ticket and
a has been Grasst Heights. 4tp 9/27
against Seven '
Agency. you In the Hnndred eighty-nine and 2:0 Five' minute summary of per 100. :J. W. Brownlee. 'Brownlee -
let Griffin proceed on his way. above named Court and cause and thirteen hundredths (789.13) feet News Road. 3tp 9/20
Sgt. Caster also expressed you are required:to serve to a concrete RENT-Three bedroom
The motorist also said that a copy of monument on the FOR apartment -
thanks to the people of Starke Lt. and Mrs. William K. your answer or pleading to the Northerly boundary ot. the 2:05: The Perry Van Show Large Hying room. dining
Musgrove replied "That's not my complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney right-of-way of State Road 2SO; and kitchen. Gas, heat.Telephone .
I I and
surrounding area for their Five of WANTED RESPONSIVE MAN tfr '
worries," when told him he had Booth of Webb Air -Force Base, T. Frank Land rum, P., O. Box run. thence in an Easterly direction 3:0' mute summary take care of See Gus Kop- inetAlled C.l 9 -W.J429 .

tcv.get to Tampa and asked him I.support during: the last year and Texas, announce the birth of a 546. ,file Starke.the Florida along "said Northerly boundary and Ne douses,' 'arm, or Garden' Restaurants. W.JeftBOJ 8t_tf Fg7QR
and the along th _
pointed out that only the Army office ;;arc a curve said The'PerryVan' Show .
to hurry with writing the, ticket."I daughter Tammy Anne born Aug.I nf the Clerk of the Circuit Court eurv having( a"radius.. of Eleven 3:0 I, SALE:-Equity In I room blockhouse

never,.talk like. that. to continues to give "choice-not- 19., Mrs. Booth is the former Anne on or before the Thousand, thee 'hundred fly.nln 4:0 Five 'minut summary of C acres land.* chicken
anyone :
Hth MAN WOMAN To take
chance" assignments to volunteersfor Cressler. I dayof October 1957; and two (11,359.2): News over Balance already 'financed
I stop" Musgrove said. The enlistment. otherwise the allegations of said being,.concare to theNorth a chord route of established customers ir .ous. $35 _month. ROad
patrolman also! commented aboutGriffin's Complaint will be taken ae confessed -. distance of Six' hundred' eeventyMx i, 4:05: At: Your Request Starke. Weekly profits of UI.6 100 Internt. Reagan.Itchy
Sgt. Caster ,visits' Starke eachTuesday' Bradford County Hospital announces by you and .forty-five hundredths (676.- ., ,6:00: W R G B News' Parade or more at' start possible. Ca

hostile, atUtt.de'when- ,he from 9 a. m. until 3 the 'following births: This shall be published 45) feertoa iron,stake, said chor. or tot her 'Investment necessary. of- straw.
p. (World and National) Will help Write 'Von'w .
was once each week for four V bearing of South you atarted. bed.
stopped. consecu get
In. and can be found at the Starke :Mr, and. Mrs. Henry Cassels of tive weeks in the "Bradford. County. ;. hvin, .) degrees thirty (30) ruin'* 6:30 ,- 8 .P.-,M -,WhatABurgerShow. .C.-ft. Ruble, S-!.'The J.'R'Watkinl b.erry'pIant1'" W.. frier-. .90and, IlelU
office Lockloosa, a son James Telegraph. '. utea'-aad15t.hinty'four seconds CompanyMemphis. 2 nsslonar. A *
post or' Selective Service i .Henry, (4 I S Up
Holland To Speak Board. Sept. 6. Hated this 10th day September, Easti'rhtf" nc4t North (4) degrees Tenn., Up -broli SprJ
1957. ; ,twelve %) minutes and BevoIvhi"Bandstand ,
At Presbytery: Meet Mr and Mrs. Joseph Anders of (OFFICIAL SEAL) fiftr.'((50)(;peconds East distance! .:3 NEWSIC ( and ,Music BAY, HOPSf strayed to our .f i ALtStAflY WANTED.-Must be neperienced

Stark a daughter, Christine Inez Charles A. Darby.' : of Tyrohundred;; seven and fortythree. 1:0 W claim by paying and willing to work
Edmondson Is Head Clerk of the Circuit 'htfiuttedths ,(207.43) feet to ) 'ad ,and food blL' McOrosgln. Experienced only. NIck .
Senator Spessard L. Holland Sept. 6. By. Dorothy W. Eland. 'Cour: an fron"1stike: run thence South' Sign Off Hampton Fla. ,2tp ?/1t : $taa4._ ., 2tp 9/20

will, be guest speaker' at the, annual Of Hospital Group Mr. and'Mrs.: Joseph Gray of Deputy Clerk : eighty-thre (83) degrees, forty- 8:0 '
Saturday Famished
4t seven (47) minutes and ten' (iO) Inquire OR RENT- apartment
10/4 Building.
meeting of the Men of the Starke, a daughter Louise Ann,, /1 ttitltTS\ hot
seconds East a distance of One Hundred Same schedule as above except Mrs. Martin, Martins Fruit Shop. with gas.- waterfurnisbe&
Scwannee Presbytery at Montgomery R. E. Edmundson, administrator Sept. 7. xOTICIJ TO APPEAR five (lOs) feet to an iron stake tfcbg Inquire at Apt. 2-
la Circuit Bradford run thence South Six (6) degrees, 1 t 6 p. m Road Show8ud7 504 Brownlee. Up
Mr. and Mrs. Co.r. &
Conference Center Thursday of the Bradford County Hospital, Roger Crews of: FI rida< Caaacery. C..at. twelve (12) minutes and fifty (50)

Sept, 19. was elected, president of the Starke, a daughter Sept. 9. Josephine Ferraiolo. Plaintiff, vs. seconds West a distance ,of Two FOR furniture.SALE CHEAP Good -shape.Five rom.Eugene of
A chicken supper will be served, Northeast Florida Hospital Council Frank rFerraiolo, Defendant. hundred, seven and fort-thre'hundredth 1:3 Sign O Rlg programs Coodge, Rt. 1, Box Hi, with small white spot on forehead -
Case No. F until 1 ) Starke.Itp 900
1-3' (207.43) feet to an Iron m Weight to 1QOO Ibs. Re-
at 6 o'clock with the men of the I!I at its meeting in Atlantic Undergoes TrainingPvt. X.tlr* T. Appear stake on aforesaid Northerly boundary to 8:00: : m. The Pete, ,Qrlffis. Rt. 1, Box 154.ar .
p. -
Starke 'Presbyterian ,Church in L 1 Beach recently.The To! Frank Ferralolo. whose resi. : run thence in an Easterly 1:0 S FOR REl'iT-Two bedroom furnished ZIp 'lt
dence and address Is: Brooklyn direction along said day Snow

charge of arrangements. i. Council is composed of 24 I IhospitaLs Thomas F. Raises 17, son L State Hospital, "Brooklyn, New boundary ,and along the Northerl to 8:00: p. m. S Sdiedul apartment. $20.Keystone Newton Rd.Thors-lip WILL KEEP-Two or three children -
Senator Holland will speak on"Christian I in northeast Florida'and I of Rev..and :Mrs. Lewis D. Hainesof York curve said curve .baring a radius, 6:0 while mother works.
above .lra
Citizenship" and willbe I Georgia. Other officers are Rich Starke is receiving the second suit are for llvor.hereby notified-Care., that a of fifty-nine: Eleven and Thousand two,tenths three(bundre. ) FOR RENT-Four J)1 house on W. C. LvJ.I1U_ Spruce, 9t

introduced by Congressman I IBy ard Brooke of Jacksonville's Riverside phase of six months military train- and Csto feet and being concave to the Northa Road 100 outside City. G'o. W -t1
!) Matthews. has been filed against you in the< chord distance of Six Hundred Che.hler.533 W,.Pratt St. Phone
Hospital vice-president; ing under the Reserve Forces Act: above named Court and cause and fifty-two and M\lty-thl hundredth LOTS FOR SALE- City water ___3,!_ -4. Itchg }n FRANK BRYAN T (dd'le"ged.
Around 400 mtn'ar .
I ,
expected Mel! Sneart of: Blue Cross, scene program at Aberdeen Proving you are required to- serve a copy: (652.73) feet to a concrete and J. L. Andrews, .
this : se. C HOUSE FOR P.ENT-Inquire nlo. lag the:-weekrss babyjsitterJi
to attend event. tary-treas'urer. of your answer or pleading to the monument-Tra the Easterly '
Ground, Md. bund.;, Station ,tlcnf penenced BU, t,..Box .tn, Itchg
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