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: August 16, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FootbaUP.raitie1To I ; : !Fea'4ers 1it,' tr,,, \ !,H',,., I. :\ tur'tMonday-: ; .1. $$100,000:i Asked Clay Again Denies

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; r.-4lt'itl\U'\ Busses To Starke
\ 'I lSd! ..'riQittct'. I,. vl HII t 'classes begin' reporting on Sept.'

The first' 'of Uie rchqo.aether}!: nn.: .h ., 'tl., ne.zt',... Ii iwMdtcaa-[1 *. 'Two $50,000' suits were filed in
I I tord! 1 1.13 '1 e lipvrt cteachers' activities will .begin '
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'Mand : Circuit Court last week
will be off y ; against
ties ,kicked, -.. 1Y Qn"a 1 itun .tw l week'CpreielIool4I4EI' '!i "-next- week with' a- meeting Refuses Request Of Delegation; 11
morning se .footbell 'practicefor I ,; iWt' '. a Palatka couple asking dam- .

I the new' season will get'un: !. ;c\i: ;..-,.. \,,.\'it.lstg l-annO",, ,1\t1t t i\\Morgan, of.iD.all.of ute the"elementary teachers in'the school county cafe-- ages for' alleged injuries received : Financial Grounds Are Cited

derway atilBradford! High,'.SchooL:! rfP ta.;that'tjieteaciing:staffs torium -at 9 a-m. :Monday. ,Mostof In an automobile collision on U. .

\ : Coach Leonard Register urgedall have been completed except for the day will be taken up with S. 301 about five miles north of An effort was made this week -

boys In grades 9 through 12 one vacancy ,in' the girls" physical meetings; In' which the new laws Starke oh Dec 30, 1956. '>y a delegation 'of parents to get will be accepted.

to attend thg opening ;session education department 'at recently .passed by the' legislature The suits filed on behalf of the Clay County school board to The Clay Countyboard countered

1. which has been set for 8 a. m. Bradford High School' and new programs will be Sol Fleishman, a Tampa sports furnish transportation for Kings- by' announcing, :that Clay
I Mrs. Barbara Clement' (above) was araung the tasi .( the new Monday, -Aug. 19. Students will still have two i c.utlinedr.Morgan sard. announcer, and John Flaherty, a ley and Keystone students to County would furnish buses to

voter to register fur the Sept. 10 election, getting Into the City Workouts will be held twice more .weeks of freedom before i :-The Bradford Education Assn. safety man with the ,Tampa Starke schools-but. the Clay transport these' students to Pen..

HaD just a few minutes before the, 12 o'clock deadline Saturday. City each day until school starts fclR-be.charge the -a tivities police department, 'accused the board refused to budge from its ney Farms and Green Cova

Hall Clerk, Mary Whitehurt, I!* supervising tne registering. When from 8 until 9:30 a. ,m. and from Motor Court s3 I; Tuesday,. with the schedule calling defendant, Mia.I'Beverly Bryan decision to transport these students Springs, and'' issuing an "ultima

the book dosed, 412.'new names had been put on the registrationrolls 4 to 6 p. m. After classes' begin, .J< for meeting to take up most with negligence which resulted in to Clay schools. tum"' for the students to attend

believed to be an impressive record.-This brought the total up practice will be cut down to one Owner Planning, of the .morning.. A luncheon at permanent injuries to them. The request was made 'as the Clay scnools.

session a day, from 3:30 until iit: : the Camp Blanding Officers Club Lloyd Bryan, Mra Bryan's" husband result of a 'move, apparently In the past because of the
to revise the books and
to 2234. The Council met Tuesday night
City 5:30 is slated for noon with social, activities close and ties with
: p. m. New Restaurant as' owner of the car was sparked by Clay County State proximity
4 struck out 32 names (These are published! elsewhere in this! edition). :"Every boy should bring his 'f' planned for the afternoonto named as codefendant.The Sen. Tom .Adams, to work out a ,Starke. these students have been

The field of candidates stayed the same this! week with no new aspirants own shorts T-shirt combinationlock give new and old teachers an new solution to the 'controversy attending' Starke schools with
The' 11-unit Azalea suits almost identical in
Motor ,
qualifying. Seeking election now are: For mayor. J. It. WainWright supporter, soap and towel," opportunity to get acquainted. over transportation, for these stu- buses for the Kingsley-Blandihg
Court U. S. 301 three wording, charged that Mrs. -
on about Bryan -
t Tuesday furnished Bradford Coun-
and W. T. (Billy) Jackson; For City Clerk, Merrill Edwards Register said, 'arid'should report program did dents. area by
miles south of Starke was sold /will 'include recklessly, negligently, '
and Carl Johns For Council (two ) James A. Lewis! L E. Clarkand with!a, short:hair cut" ', reports by association- Sen. Adams had also sent feel ty.
; : years this month to Mrs. Mary Under- president Joe and vice- wilfully wantonly and carelessly
boys Wood to the Bradford School Boardat The Bradford Board, concerned
The coach .said, that, coming .. ers
Mrs,, Ruby Johns; For council (one year) Randal Chitty and out for the first time must wood Buby by 3. 1'. LyinC president .J.rs..Fr nces Hamilton drive and 'operate" her car "by its last meeting, to find out with the growing: number of

Jewell Lawson;' For Police Chief Bill Lame anll %V.. E. Thornton. 'birth'' t, 'Tax stamps indicated that the on'the recent.conference for leaders turning left ,into and across thepath" if the members would consider these students in the light of
'to be
Deadlinefor, qualifying is ,Aug. 20. eligible bring a first sale, price was '$20,000., of; local teacher,organizations of. the car In which the reopening the issue. They said classroom shortage and the expense -

fqrthe V lA game, Sept. A small, modern. .; .restaurant. |ield at Daytona Beach. two. men were riding. she gaveno that they would be willing" to discuss of providing buses for
20. "
.. : .. among- !the'I texP.a Siou. projectsplanned'by The, Board of Directors will signal, the petition said, and the' issue with Adams 'or them, when no local funds were
Negro Held For Trial t. : full schedule) of ,varsity''arid: !IJdrS.' 'B by. 'SheiWdconstruction also (Outline progra4ni and objectives -; the driver had to "abruptly turn anyone wanting to meet' with forthcoming, tooX steps to work

B.squad games 'will be published on the restaurant 'for. the coming' year.A left causing his vehicle to over- them, but could see no'possible out new arranements. '

in a later Issue ;Of the Telegraph: will ..soon start, soon with opening Science workshop for elementary turn." cause that would make them In .asldn the Clay board to
Of Assault Told At Hearing Coach ,is: also the teachers .
Register on to
Story designed
emphasize their stand.
expected to be sometime 'in As a direct and proximate result change relent the delegation noted the
lookout for a manager and asked science teaching will..be conducted -
October Mrs.. long bus trips which would inconvenience
Buby was formerly of the Defendant's negligence Adams was told that the problem -
any boy between the ages of Monday Tuesday ,and
the pupils and 'pre-
owner a restaurant in West the petitions continued transportation arrange-
Willie Keaton Hampton Alvarez said that Keaton pull-
Wednesday of the
9 and 12 interested in. the job second week in
vent them from participating
Negro, was 'held for trial for ed a knife out of his pocket, but to contact him at the field house Virginia._ of the pre-planning'session. Mor- the men were "painfully and ments for the KingsleyKeystonestudents
extra-curricular They
for in the hands of the
and in October could not tell if it or *" Space a .new office will said that seriously injured throughout"their was
assault battery the was open at his home. % jan during' these days
or \ also cited the 'closer ties the -
also be Board and solution
term of County Court after not. constructed in the rest- the .;teachers will participate in bodies and limba "received Clay any
than with
with Starke
aurant building, Mra Buby said, laceration of arms and hands, would have, to, be. worked out have
six witness's in a preliminary According to the testimony of doing experiments which the students Green Cove.
BHS Band Sets the. present_ ,office converted intoa Which resulted in with them.
hearing Monday testified they all the witnesses, Mrs. Jones or- will be required to do during permanentscars C. objected
motel unit. The building of the and suffered great The Bradford Board adopted a Clay SuptH. Long
Keaton strike a youth durIng school session.A pain
saw dered Keaton to leave the store
to the request on the grounds thatit
an episode in a Call street after he began cursing and yellIng Practice ,SessionsPractice additional units is being plannedfor number of new teachers have and anguish and will continueto fusing to continue furnishing would benefit Clay County financially
next' year been hired to suffer" and policy earlier this summer of re-
fill great pain
atore on March 22. positions on the
at a Negro girl who was to, educate these children.
Bradford Facilities of the restaurant, ci> nty"teaching staffs. a,. long length of time, to-wit: transportation across the Clay .,
Keaton pleaded not guilty to with him. for the High :
which"wfllt cater '*!>to *Thirteen new faces will be County' line though students, who
Wednesday largely ,. permanently.' ; He said that, if these childrenwere
the charges of striking the youth, "I'm business and School Band 'Vill.begin. on. their ,
minding my Starke residents! will' inelud -r She: 'roster of Bradford ,High. get.to Starke schools on own
;; a '
The suit also noted the transported to Starke
Roman Alvarez. He also faces ::4ik.- 421, .bandmaster.
mind yours/ Keaton was '
you for These11 I aTe Mrs. .Betty Blaisdele.j
patio outdoo 'she ,
dining said.
charges In Circuit Court of. Elden Ma&ev s: said: this week. sums of which the Bradford County would receive
aggravated q. quoted as, telling, Mrs. Jones. \ The. motel will be operated io nior. :and, senior English. ; Miss money' men More Activity around $57,000 in Minimum Foun-
assault, against 'Mrs.Margaret At. this point to the Rehearsal.wUIbq frpm, .9.,"Jto have had to pay for medical ex
... according .. cater [principally to!< famtry Betty I!jAahmqre, junior high dation funds while, Clay County
Jones;, manager of' the estimony" Alvarez told the' Ne- 10:30? m.' each''day: AU' former: groups, she, aaJ Bottom Dollar. which resultedfromithe roto do, like the said." band members'as; well as those Starnes librarian The suits were filed in behalfof
I | .lady :'i Mrs.,. Bubyis a sister of Mrs. ; Mra. ;Mary tax ''money to transport them.
same 'episode; While. he'. youth\ .was talkIng' toCeatbn who WfltttYout.are; .' invited Ann J, Bissell,, owner"'of the Lou .OTJanion, music; Charles : the men by attorney :Mack 'The Chamber of 'Commerce"began Bradford County's argument
I Alvarez testified that Keilon Mrs. Jones went to the to attend. Underwood Motel north of Frances;. social studies; Mrs. Futch. in 'the past has been ,based on
a six foot, 2SO pound man, telephone 'to call police the witnesses "It is 'important iOf each. Starke. Jean McCracken.junior high Eng- No charges were made by law 'pushing for Increased' actIvity the premise" that if, Clay Coun
him on"the of \the member to attend these : this week as plans were I
struck : side said.Alvarez ; pre- lish :&nd social studies; Miss Jean enforcement. .officers againa'persons I ty's children are educated here
neck,: dazing ) Im. laftef' ie Jnt r- I. school practices *,..since',a newmarching Sublett 'horne economics Mar- made-4o. lect officers ani begin J that Clay County should contribute : -
7 'ceded' In'' 'a 'dIPuie"'tietw lttqh : "saidw that after "'e. Iy'st' m': ,wflrbe used Extra Money OKd 'PayHUwhUPWUcVromj. \. flOL" tayolved: the, colt -, .the.: membership drive a month some local funds.
Negro.and. Mrs.' Jones. spoke Keaton Negro" : this year," Mathews said., ,,- 1 year's,.yeaye teaching commercial_ ., :),* rDistrict sooner than usual. -' Bradford Supt, Harmon )f rgan -
'stepped, nearly on top of me; : v-
.:will be held Iiii .I ,. .
practice For "both)
Majorette : police; nd studies. MEs.t Jarguerite iffrafc- .Goaiswere doubled for commented this week that
drew l
with his
out a ,knife right '
I j' after bandrehearsal eachjday.! nian,. ,junior high; 'D V1I ,HorSe, Governor members arid' budget; 1Mrs.Mar-; thef r Bradford County school sys- *
Greater Cuts hand and struck ;Alvarez, a,chopping 'All majorettes must attend these The Starke police pension 'program assistant.'coach and 'pbysit l f education5 r .o< '"' *. i 'a '1'5. lan Howe, Ch mDer'directorsaid.. tern is .better'oft acialIyjwIt4tout if f

blow on ,the neck. with his drills! ... :, ."*.. .' was given a. boost last .teacher;?! Mrs. Maxine Qib- ,Tells Endeavors A :r iOmin tIng 'committee consisting ithe Clay Cornif'childfen.U. :

: eft. week as, the, Council agreed'to- son, ,home,,economics;: ,Jeff' Hop.3iis ; -fir* : of W. T. Jackson, F. F.Stnaip'and vit's a feeling for the. children! ,

In FPL Rates Keaton stood over "him a" few Driver'Charged & '.' divert extra,money-being collected* 'tDd t.r ,'lU'ts'and1FoBter; :Of; Rotary Clubs E. 1* ''M tthews was that t has .concerned -iis/l iMdrgan| *'*'
seconds then turned and ran I -;, 6narreat bonds to'the,:fund.. J'; Shi Smith"t8QciaJ."tudies.- t4 fi } lamed'-'and' Will report its''selec- commented, '"they're' ,:* fcthe :, :oHesj: 1 U

when someone set off the burglar i I In 301 Wreck Mayor W; -T., Jackson' told-the f" County; er:8l1d principal and ft lnoli'i-. ,1- f-' tions| rfn Sept 16, when 'officers who will get.it in the neck" ?

Asked By Panel alarm, Alvarez said. The youth Council that under oMm'p t? :(;. s is? a former; Bradford Rotary Clubs 2' countries will be elected. If, these children attended

said he ran outside and got a D. J. Fort of Oklawaha was ice several weeks ago'begin. ra'if- a .tImbe 'and' :cattle man here. throughout the, free world, are The annual drive school in Clay County it would

I description and license numberof charged with failure to have his ing'the value of bonds from' perSons Hiih school teachers who have united in'an. endeavor to promote banquet mean that Bradford County

Not satisfied l with: a rate reduction the car as Keaton was driving vehicle under control after his .arrested by $2 In the hopes igi1e4! :'since, last' year are Mrs. international understanding goodwill kickoff is being planned for Oct- would not have to .bear' the expense -

proposal, advanced by away. car was involved in a collision this .money: would go into the Jjick" luMars, Miss Barbara and peace. That was the ober, Mrs. Howe said. of five additional class..

the Florida Power and Light Mrs. Jones testified that the Sunday evening on U S. 301 fund. Bachman,. Don Beeler, W. ,E.Criswen. message of Henry W. Dew of rooms Morgan said.

Company. the Florida Railroadand Negro "lunged" toward her to about a mile north of Starke. This money added to funds de- Peggy Phillips, Miss Jacksonville, Governor of Dis- Fuss Over Road Morgan acknowledged that the

Public Utilities Commission stop her from calling police Fort was freed 'under $100 rived from 5 per cent of'the po Emaline Stremes .and Henry WU- trict 694 of Rotary International Bradford Board would receive

recommended an additional reduction when Alvarez interceded. She bond. licemen's salaries which they con- liams. Junior! High teachers who when he addressed the local Brinas Arrest state funds fo? the pupils but
of $302,000 more. said .that after Keaton struck Injured in the wreck was Cyn- tribute and state funds. The state will not be back this' year are club at its luncheon meetinghere noted that this money plus addi-
!rrs. AveQ, Mrs. Brasgalla and tional funds .would have to be
The Commission staff thia Caldwell 5-year-old Negro
Alvarez funds
proposed the'youth kept tussling come from a tax of 1.
per James Carter.Principal A Lawtey man this week was spent to finance them in school
several revisions in the com with him' to keep him from ad- girl of Jacksonville, She was cent of the gross amount of receipts Rotary International has spent and
P., T. Nolin has announced charged with trespassing here.
pany's proposed new rate struc- vancing toward, her. a passenger in a car driven by on all premiums collectedon
the more than $2,250,000 in ncent as the 85' cents : would
names. of six new I using profane language "For every we
ture which would provide greater 'The other witnesses. Mrs. Al- Wilbert $Simmons Negro,. of casualty. insurance policies in through1' of
: its
t teachers onthe elementary years program result, =of. an argument over the get from the state we would
reductions than the. company varez and, two clerks in the ,Jacksonville. .the city. school students which 'enable "
1 ; staff. They are David fellowships closing" a' roadway. have to" spend a dollar Morgan
proposed. store testified along the same Florida Highway Patrolman ..The'program Is set .in this '
up Barstow; sixth gradef Mrs.-Mary ; outstanding: college'grid? Bond for' the man, 'Johnny said. "You can soon go broke that
Under the Commission's pro linea MVN. Sellars said the two _ears, manner by.a state jaw. '
E. Lee fifth ra5? "Mrs; Sue hates 'to -study for one year- in Bates, was set at $150by County yray.If,
posal customers in residential Raton, represented by attorney headed in opposite directions, The Council also' accepted the : .
countries the meeting
Winkler fifth grade4:; Mrs.- Jeannette foreign the speaker ".Judge T. A..Y wn. Long remarked at
areas of large municipalitieswould Albert Datz. of Jackson- occurred when Fort swerved his I policemen's, recommendation that think offer. .
; Meister, second 'grader Mrs. said'Since11947j; when this"pro- Xn affidavit for'.Batea'' arrest Monday "We we can
pay $1.10 for the first 16 ville; did not testify.- He was car toward the'center.. of, the Assistant Chief Riley Sweat be Bernice 'Hopkins,' exceptional gram was-"est blished;: 857- Rotary "signed "by Irvin you better school facilities than.

kilowatt hours, instead of $1.00 captured by State, Highway Patrolman road to, avoid ramming the, car' named as' a representative on,the, group and .John':Manningplay Fen&wsh ps' have 'beenawardeVto w May charging Bradford :ana have arranged for

for the first .14 kilowatt hours. W. R., Harvey.. in front of ,him which was..making Board 'of Trustees which will ad- ground"director/* : 'Students. in 61 'coun- i Bates 'with'.unlawfully' entering excellent. bus service."

Customers in smaller municipalities Keaton is being held in the a right turn. Fort was fol- minister the ,fund. Those who have] resigned from tries, .:w tfi':grants' averaging' $2-. with the: malicious"and'"mischievous grounds owned by May "I hope they can", Morgan commented ,

would pay $1.25 for the County jail on $.0. on ,the as- lowing too closely to slow down]I The other members of the Boardare I elementary' positions' are Mrs. 500.; to arid when asked about this re

first kilowatt hours. The rate sault and battery charge and properly, Sellars said. establishes ,by the. state law,,; Jonnie Sue Urquhart, Mrs. Anna With fellowship and "service 'driveways intent arid'injure grounds.damage mark. .-...,

reduction proposed by the company 53.000 on the ,aggravated assault Both cars were listed as total I They will be th mayor. :an chief Belle ,Devlin J. B. Dick and Mrs. '
others al its
keynote, 'Rotary May told authorities that
would amount to 4423. count. losses. of police. Betty May. New PlumberT
provides a common meeting Bates tore down signs and a
000. The Commission proposal .
would call, for an additional IN NEW BHS PROGRAMStudents : ground for 4460O. business and fence which had been placed _on A new plumber, J. A. Gnann

$302,000 reduction.In professional executives throughout May's property near Lawtey began operating in Starke last

establishing its rate base the free, world," Governor blocking a roadway that Bates week after being granted a license

the Commission staff said It To Acquire Job Experience Dew said. had' been accustomed to using. by the city. Gnann has

tried to reconcile two conflicting Following the regular meeting The Incident took place last opened offices on Court street

factors In the state's economy the District Governor conducted Friday. across from the "courthouse.

with respect to utilities. DCT are initials 'which prom concerned. Costello said the sified Cooperative Training. a club assembly for the
/ '
On one aide it said public1 utilIties ise to become'familiar to students said.DCT was designed primarily community, the employer, the DCT will broaden the scopeof purpose of 'discussing p.otary

In Florida faced the tre- school officials and business to prepare those students' unableto school and the student the school's effectiveness by aims and objects with officers

mendous responsibility of obtain. men fa- Starke during the attend college to step ''directly DCT ,helps the community by enabling: it 'to reach those stu- and committee chairmen of the :

Ing hundreds of. millions ot',dollars coming ,school year. into the competition in the business !- encouraging students' to remainin dents whose Interests and abilIties Starke- club. ,

,l In the next five years! if' they 'The Initials signify Diversified world, but student 'planning -; the community after.graduation are.not satisfied through But _I "-

are to keep pace with the state's. Cooperative' Training a new pro- to attend college can; also ,. by providing\ ,more servicesfor. tradition Academic: I 'programs FALSE RUMORDEPARTMENT :

growth. gram under which the Bradford benefit from it, CosttllOj) said. the taxpayer i-school.dollar .and 'to'meet'''definite job;tnunrng ; 'k0- 1
On the other hand it said High School and local businesses The program Is' nfl set'to'-get and, by establishing: closer'.ties needs of* these 'who ;must'enter :
Florida has become a veritable between tha: .ecboa, and, .convinunity. e '
will .comtirie efforts to give students underway as soon as school ; employment Immediately after :3irmow5 .
haven for those elderly citizens practical, on-the-job train- opens with training *agencies .,I. tfjif,, !0?> t' "M: graduation.. Through the prof* weekend; rthatAssistant were' flying over Police the On,

who haVe retired on fixed incomes Ing, to prepare them for, future cooperating business.and. industrial lite; student" tenehts oyminggiven gram' ,tI.II' reach;andr.hold. a Chief*Riley Sweat had been.the 7
and find it increasinglyhard employment. establishments of the com an' 'opportunity 'to rreater nnmber ,of- students '
: develop jon; latest"1'addition to. the' growing l'-j;
to make, both ends meet Under the DCT program. opento munity-lined up to, take. the 18 saleable, skills while, completing til graduation 3, i' :arrested federalIgehts'on :Foot '-.- :;
list of those by
with, the steadily rising cost of Juniors and seniors 16 andover students who have already .en- his high school educatioa. Tlds The. employed; benefits. fropa 'moonshine charges.Mfeut .- I

living. the school day isdivided into tered the course. enable*him to 'make-a grad Jransi.tion' the program, by being proyidj ,, : .
four hours of study in the Before placing a student ,in a: from' school :.:to..m- an opportunity;: to train future ; the rumors are 'hoi true Aqain

Bpy, 10, Accused school and four hours of workon training agency Costello' will ployment and to, .establish J empIoyeev4o their '.exact spedficationsvwith Sweat-has'not i: been arrested and

Of Entering Home, the job. Two hours of the plan the schedule for the indi sirable, 'work, habits and'a.t &. the help of the he declares that there is no rea- Now

school time are devoted to high vidual student with the employer tudes. public schools thus obtaining son why he should: ,be.

A 10-year-old-boy taken school studies and the other two less "I deeply regret that such a I
arranging for the student; to I Through the program he can better-trained workers at I
into custody this week tharged hours are spent in study of subjects perform a series of job .'operations learn 'to work harmoniously with coSt. story got started" he said this

with stealing several items froma or materials directly related that will result in a, well- others. during the years-- when It also gives employers a shareIn week. "If they ,had linked me up

house near the Starke Farm. to his occupation.The rounded program of training in he is best able to make personality I public, school education, thus with any other' activity except "It was nice while it lasted," postman Henry3 Uodwin said this

era' Market new program will be under a specific occupation. adjustments and 'can ,lay contributing! to the bettermentof : moonshining it 'would'.have 'been week after having to part,.with the bicycle (above) which baa been

The lad 'was placed under the direction of Bill Costello Students participating in the the foundation for future econ- _the;; community. more believable." giving his feet a rest for the past month. The bUta ,was.a. loan from

Jurisdiction of ,the Juvenile Court a West Virginian who taught program may. earn five' nigh omic security. He can discover ,Above all. Costello pointed I "I have always, opposed 'the another office which asked, for it back. So, postman Godwin Is back
and a hearing set for next week. social studies'at BHS last year. school credits each year and and develop his interests, latent out. wute'naWe. the DCT grad, illegal liquor business aid 'the '
The sheriffs hocflag.it again on his daily 118 block' route (about 'IS miles). Postmaster
office reported "This program presenta the will receive the regular nigh aptitudes and. 'abilities both uate 'confident answer wheihe. I records will: Mow that I have

that a, watch, ring and. several best opportunity ever offered to school diploma. through training on,'the. job?aud : Is faced, with the :quesU n:: caught 'persons :transporting: 1: ..G.,..--J.,-<'McGrifi," Jr.. said .a' bicycle. has been. 'requisitioned,. forG4But .

sets of beads were taken by the students not having a chance The 'new program will mutt through 'club ,'aotlritleafcWen encOi aye_ Y? moonshine through, Starke sbei'1co.ld j :tJ haven't .the slightest idea when,'or even- if, we wilt. .,.,.

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.yyyyyyy...... ......... Dewey :McPherson were businessr'* ask-[ last'week with the_.Coleman children '
editorial'Eight visitors in Jacksonville ,last Wednesday. ed to. come, to the church next :while.Mr. and Mrs. Coleman

MAXVILLEBy Saturday morning< A v.:.,. 17,.. be enjoyed ,a vacatio ..Mr. and_Airs. '; EST.: '1679 _'

4 .. ,Oscar Wilkinson killed ,a rattlesnake : tweeD: 9 ,and 10 'o'clock BroW 1ing,.left> .Friday to takera ", FLORIDA'* OLDEST WEEKLY NEW

kill (LB. Nolan four' and a half fees long The mUsic pupils of lira.. Cole trip to Alabama before returningto ,rER PUBLISHED,: ; CONTINO-HLY.
Eight Opportunities -at Combs? Jr., who have .been goingto Jacksonville. ..:)- UNAER'TH" iAYk Y_..nCAW"i
and with rattles Sunday
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\ \ 'la *I & 1': the Sculley Hill Bridge. Sanderson>every,.week for their Mrs. Louise Eichelser and son PULINtrOiACH"' -< P1tIDAY.AND =NTE ro At SECOND'> CLAM

Pass By EveryOne qay' BIRTHDAY' PARTY Mr and. Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson,' lessons will, begin takinglesaons. of Jacksonville:,spent. weekend MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT.rTABKtTUftCT "P-P., !IDA W0ffCOLLECTOn .
Mrs. Carolyn Forrester\ and Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs here at Maxville Baptist Church with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Colemanand 'Oil' TOttPM S.' IK** .
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t Miss Bonnie Harris entertainedon Wilbur Wilkinson and son enjoyedan beginning at.8:30: \a.. m. on August family. : FOR. \.TWO: n XII: $. .,JHEI..L.TE.A.. HALL *-

hundred an of perhapstwo Thursday, August 8 at. the ,24. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Whitlock ONP, CHIEF OF POLICE. FOR, ERNESTINE DENMARK TE2kERGERIN
years !ago average. : .outing at Strickland's Landing.. TWO| YEARS.' WILLIAM KRO> ,
ox, teams-and a half dozen horseback riders home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sunday ,evening. :( Again. there,were 116'in Sunday announce the arrival of a baby ". TWO ALDERMEN, FOR TWO TESTIMONY" WHEREOr) .;? I

passed.through Starke daily. Traffic could hardly Harris with- a surprise birthday Mr.' :and 'Mr's.Drew Wilkinson, .School. at, jLhe t Jlaxville Baptist boy born last- 'Wed., August 7th, YEARS.ONE .ALDEJIMAN, FOR ONE, SAME HEREUNTO AND ..lSUBSCRIHaE L
party for Edith Harris who: was : tr' I church last Supgay: -We.M'U1 have. in; Starke; YEAB.PnOVrDTNO. OP THE SAID TOWN -TO.BB
] be called congested. : and )dr.and, Mrs. Earl'Wilk
eleven years-old Games were :'vorlc Wdfftfld this ,, ;.Recent guests of"Mr.:and Mrs. FOR ELF.CTION TO. HEREUNTO 'AFFIXED THIS TH8
tq ring and children and"'Mrs. Eunice W1l of' CITY; COUNCIL BY GROUTS. 7th DAY OF AUGUST. R
It the brave souls( Who built the first log played and'prize.? awarded to liafnl t ;up'by, &pM-v ..: j' .. Henry Carter. were Uncle ,Marion. INSPECTORS FOR SAID. ELEC- ( SEAL) : .
Cf enjoyed tin -
cabinshere'in that yeartf 1857 hadwbeen told' Sidney and Matilda Higdpn, ,, Carter. ,Mr: fend'Mrs..' Morris Carter T10.N4CHARLES WILLIAM T. JACKSON MAYOR
J "Navy Supply, and'Oomp.tl"QIer j jjjj Pev ,Walter Mathis of Jackson ; A. HARDY AT'iub. : > ''*.,.
that 8,467 motor vehicles would pass daily Harriett Stanley, and Diane ; 'and/amily, and .Mr- and Mrs. A. L. CROSBY,' ,lIt.--- CARL JOHNS, CITY CLERfeFrom .
,ytlle.preachedr 8 .the morning-and .
picnic party at Ktogsley .Beach i ; ; RAY STONE 1N Slbt tli
through our fair city one hundred years later Watson after. ''which .refreshments 'Saturday. tt> evening service in the:Manville. Oscar" JCarCe/'and-family'-- ,., .-, .,' "all- ofrawte'y. 1'-' .. .
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theyvwould likely have given the site back to were served. Those enjoying Mrs.: Alice Norton:and Mrs (1 ;Baptist Church last Sunday, 0.Rev.Mathis ., : : AdnrtLevut'3.2A- -
this the -
with .
would have regarded the information occasion will\Ij'ake over his ,newuty : .1s
the. Indians or .
: Charlotte Griffin of Jacksonville.visited : CARD OF
hostesses and the honoree THANKS
were } sittlnil5yJcieM i
.. of the church where
as pastor on m
.as the, wildest. flight.. of. fancy. Sidney and Matilda Higdon, Mr. and Mrs. 0 Leon Harris i \
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and'family last Wednesday, We wish to our deep -!'
: express 's,1
what has State "
that is
But exactly happened. Karen and Sharon. Griffis, Don -
Leon'.Harris and v Mr.' and Mrs.: Millard Strickland for the of .,. ,
and Mrs. words
Road Department tabulations show that'the com aid and Gail Caldwell, ;Lelaqd -Mr.. .., ; appreciation I : --;
and MOST family -were visitors In Jackson and, daughter, Carolyn attended sympathy, :j beautiful flowers, S 41
bined daily average of traffic through here overState Watson' Durba ville Saturday.Mrs. services.at,the Camp 'Grounds at and other acts of kindness 0 that 1
Road 100 and U.S., Highway 301 was 8,467 ley, Junior Higdon and? Mary \ Channel l Right
Bertha Padgett and Mr. Glenn! St Mary last Wednesday so much during our re- .
vehicles during June. And this, of course, is'not Copeland. and Mrs.:'Cooledge Padgett visited night. .' r' tent bereavement. We will -r7- tr f ti

the height of the tourist season) although summer HONORED ON BIRTHDAYMrs. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar -m;_and Mrs. Millard Strickland .always ,be grateful for the )a,' .a- "',- /-

vacationists. have been ,increasing steadilyfor Ben Higginbotham .entertained Harris and Mr. and Mrs. ,J. D. and family spent last; weekend thoughtfulness of our many Curley Lawson took me fishin" ow from where Tm sittin
number of constantly narrowingthe at her home' last Friday Padgett wtih relatives in Glennville and fiiends.-the family of R. S. Rosier. in his little boat about a week that's a pretty reasonable gUi
a years,
August 9, with a ,email tude; I Curley had
travel Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris and Lndowicl 'Ga. ago. We were goin' through the suppose every
between and winter
gap summer fellow to be about it bathe
birthday party for her daughter, narrows and there was a right mean
With 8,467 vehicles passing through Starke Connie who was 4 years old. family were visitors in Starke Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson, Mrs. Ed THE RIGHT POINT for the anchored smack-dab in the middle wasn't. Life, certainly.would
and Jacksonville Monday.Our Harris and children and Mrs. write. Come in and of the channel. be more pleasant for everybodyif
daily the question naturally arises: are we doingas ,The children played and then ; way you select
mail.carrier; Sidney Harris, Ralph Silas and children of Jacksonville your favorite ESTERBROOK Curley slowed' down the boat we didnt try to claim ,our
much as we should to realize the greatest ate the birthday cake. .Those at- ,
enjoying "channel rights" everyUme we
is two weeks vacation. *
a 'spent last Wednesdaywith Fountain Pen: TELEGRAPH and I thought sure he was goingto
benefit to the community from this tremendous tending were, ,Martha and Har 'Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris had as Mr. and Mrs.J. C. Nolan and lay down. the law aboutanchorin' had a chance. Sort of likebavin'
old Harris, Clara Mae and Susie in the but a glass of beer or ale.
potential of tourist travel? The answer is obviously their guests-for Sunday dinner family. .
Harris NOTICE OF EU:CTIOX 'word. It ,isn't a matter of- argument
Shirley Higginbotham, he didn't He pulled
no.Although Mrs. Dora :Byrd and .E. C. Padgett Mr. and Mrs. Frahcis Coleman I. WILLIAM T. JACKSOX. MAYOROF say it's a matter of preferences
Mary, Floyd, and Lloyd Kilgore Inthe'afternoon Mr. Harris STARK}, FLORIDA ET VIRTUE over as far as he could and ;
Starke has made vast strides in re- Paul Ga'rrett : have returned from a vacation OF THE. AiyfHORITY VESTED went slowly by. I asked him
Stanley; land; Joey< :Sail.-Mrs: .J. D. Bell ; iN ME
;drove'tqtDoctort : trip to Port St. Joeandpointa.offnterest : BY LAW. DO IIF.RE3Y how come he didn't say any-
in the accommodations for
cent _
overnight Nolan. Mrs. CALL'AX ELECTION ; ;
years Higginbotham was TOBE 1iil't'
Inlet MrlBeU's 'b1 1r
to visit mo- West. Florida where LD ,AT THE FIRE STATIONIN thing and he simply said, "There
travelers, there is little, anything, offeredto assisted in entertaining by Mrs.. 'ther'Mls.'Crey;Isgett -r they' :enjoyed? sightseeing,. :fishing THE AFORESAID TOWN HY was room enough for me to get

hold them here for an extra 'day x>r night. We Bertha :Harris;: ;Mrs. Dorothy Anyone;wishingto. iiroll i In the and boat]]riding;: QUALIFIED. SEPTEMrtR VOTERS 10, ON 1957.TUESDAY FOR by 'and I didn't want to spoil. ..

are ,proud, of course, of our modern motels and Kilgore 0:and ;*June:.llgginbothann i > Vacation,',Biiblleehoci: i which\ will Mr. and Mrs' Buddy ''Browning THE PURPOSE restaurants but alone not enough to STORK' :SHOWER. ', |!Ilr1!.' f}, bet= .hid\'iH.aljjI.Maivffle'!; Baptist of Jacks'villestayedat THE' FOLLOWING' OFFICERS! -=-- :,- :. -- ,
they, are iitt<'< ,J'lr'lV' 11 < ; ; thehome: ONE },fA YOR'FOR TWO YEARS.
enable the town to realize the full benefit from 'Mrs, ,Earl :'Cannon!'i&jid..i.MraVHenry \ 'f uc jf,:,gtgning .mday morn- of Mr.,-aj>3 Mrs.; F. ,'"B. Coiemajin ONE CITY 'C.r.F.JtK,- TREASURER -
this' amazing of visitors that Griffis i 'entertimeW( laafll 1 iFht.,!,1h! lit"t. lili .: L .
army pass ,' ., ., .. .
Friday night AugustJtylat tfaerMaacvffle :<1 '11'i' ; ,: per s L x( t 'I." -
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here daily. Civic Club ,with-a'stork r!! \\ftj I .! \: ..... .

Visitors from out of state are looking for the shower honoring Mrs. James

unique, the unusual, and the colorful! and they Coleman. Games were played J

will stop where they find it. Even. so simple a .and prizes were won by Mrs.

thing as a few palm- trees along our highway Gladys Copeland and Mrs. Janie .T .: {

approaches would slow them down, since Starkeis Higginbotham. Enjoying this occasion .:' J

'near enough to the state line to make it rea- : were Babrara Giddens,
Elsie Mae Cannon,. Gladys Copeland : I
sonably sure that incomingto rists have not Karen Griffis, Gazelle 4 ;

yet grown accustomed to tropical plants. Sweat, Janie Higginbotham ,. \

Attractive welcoming signs would also be effective Alene Sweat Merle Higginbotham .

in 'slowingdown' or stopping some of Elizabeth Brown Lessie Mae .us:.
the 'B,467 cars and trucks that pass through Wilkinson, Sara .Higginbotham, : ,

here daily. Such signs, of course, must be 'eye- Louise: Eichelser; 'Evelyn i Cole- ;

i' not should man, Sharon Gr1f'I! Lucille .{ 1if 1 ", .Xxy,. .... 4,
a ea1ip.lland t eye-sores. They give : : ; 1 Z t; v t 4} tWPR: A
a : .
Griffis '' t';r.r4:
,:andfjXby.JGidU..1l jj'l|Ii.9 : ;:
something J jof the history of our 100-year-old : t+
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town, mention its fame as a strawberry center, Mr.\'':end |JM :s.nTenrv, jlCa&er i, }' ,{. j 1, ,If ,
were business'visitors1in': GreenCove .. ..
a center for titanium ore miningahd also the : ::: ..
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Springs last Thursday.Dan f a tti i M t3.- t
fact that is the Of such f
Starke birthplace a na ;
,Parrish, E, D. "and Buford. 4 l ixi Me :p Fa,ttit 1 xr) 4a j?
tionally-known figure in the entertainment, ,Higginbotham were fishing last a fY{ = 3M i < ;-?.:.l -tkv,)?;+Tat .J>'' "v 39a \
field as ;Judy, Canova. All these things, accepted .Saturday t. Doctor's Inlet;. :!; ,. + X (

matter .-factly) by those of us who live herewould ,- :Mr. and Mrs. H' E'Griffis'fend! ..1 .-." ,. 4 ,. .
:> S., ;a t: .; 1: 'p.:Mt' ? r .iYi;+ *
be of interest to visitors if they but knew Miss Mary Wilkes ;spent last 4

about them.Another' weekend; In Jacksonville with i (:t .
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tourist-sto per that has been proposed Mr. and ,Mrs. Charlie Hilliard '? .4 +. :e ky'xS} ; J-' .> r..
and SIr and Mrs. Leon. WainWright x' w W a .S :
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recently would be''a "fishing college" or \ :R i ya i : :}*; kj ?'{2.r4! .txt'.S! :a +

where tourists coming into the state ,
school just- Evelyn Johnson. of Lyons, Ga. '.. .. 'S k n. ; v' .v.k,55. ... .
could stopJor' few and learn tricksof i. 4 < v ??* ff-r?
a days many Rose Nabb \Vidalia, Cut.; aid \ : *
the trade'. that -would greatly increase their Mrs. Gladys James\jf Jacksonville : ( ] \ *f *, v* ** .

pleasure well as success, on fishing trips visited last Sunday with it '. .. I..

while In the state. :Fishing practices vary in every :Mrs. Ruby Owens and: .family., ->8' f. >
Owen Roberson of Live' '.Oak ../..::... 'S j'." 'J"
location, and such information would be invalu- < L I j:
.::>.t'_! '.t l' : I : I -'-
visited A : .,
able' to incoming tourists. A fishing college Sunday at the home of .' ",..';::'". -

would obtain national well statewide Mrs. 0 Dorothy Waters: and family .' "' ; :
as as publicity
and .also went to visit Mr.and tk: ; r 7"1 S '" .
for Starke.'t'hese"are Mrs. Bin Roberson and 3 .. .' 'f. g t'kf: : a !i.fira
just a few of the things that we daughter .in Jacksonville for a ;; ,' .. ,;
t t' i ; e / ?f tIY
could do and should do to' make the most of the couple of days. ;. ;:>:.' '.... k ;cs.s [ r 'y !

golden opportunity that knocks at our door each Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and .....,

day If our efforts succeeded in stopping only family of Jacksonville visited i1

five: or ten per cent. of the tourists who pass Waters Saturday and with, Mrs. Dorothy' "

through here, they would- be imminently worth. We are sorry family.to learn that !;;! I : '

while. Mrs. Denver Godwin, former : I

Maxville ,resident; is stil ,
suffer- .'>..:.v.*"..:..>..: :
ing from the effects of J;;
a Brahma ,
Evidently! Some Folks. bull which- escaped ,from ,a .!;t.> ,
+ Jacksonville i
packing: house, :: a -
Rather Cuss Than Discuss hurting her .white she Wasi standing )

waiting for a bus' recently.Mrs. .

For j. the* past week and. a half, ever since the awhile.. Godwin was hospitalized for p I I

last School Board meeting a question has ,been ,We are glad that Mrs. L., J. Y.

nagging us: Why did so few' people show up"todilCUss. Padgett is feeling, fetter\ ;; and a

.with the members the many farreachingissues able to be up ,aft r'li recent-ill-: !
that were to be considered? ness.Mrs ,. t .lf.f. +M tIti1I'f1vY::: r a .
Dorothy Waters is We still don't have the answer. con t.t' '<' \' A:' <"$>:-g:< '" >'" 'k'' S -r.Fj4txni
'fined to'0 her bed 'Vvithanattack f &l: i r3 ih
The agenda was. replete with a number' of of appendicitis.' J&J.W

things we thought would be; of concern to al- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannonand

most everyone' Bradford County. We hope we family had Sunday dinner ,..,-:-...... 'CI,. !}- .. $..,.."..- ..:." -Y44B "IPYr
weren't used lot of words with Mr. 'and Mrs. Ed Wilkinsonand t ; : ;; j i
wrong' we a t y : :.: v.: rrfl : WgyJ.; l:,; r':'.. r rLJX
telling about the meeting which were wasted if family, after which they all : : \ y Ii ;., :My
interested.tertal enjoyed a visit with Mrs. D. L.Griffis .
nobody .
and family at Glen St ill .. .
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'nly ,the items were ,ones which should Mary. .:..
provoke public: concern and controversy. Amongthe Mrs. Lonnie Harris and family \ Ik r'i'

'matters,discussed, were:v Mrs. Julia Griffis and N. L. Can- .

The-: budget,'=whfeh" calls :for.the spending ol non visited at the Lake .City -:- '

more'.than,$1,000.000; of;public: funds.-. Veterans hospital Sunday. with "e r ,. f' -
Lonnie .. .. .
". Harris & JF '. ."' I
"A: proposed';$17,000, bufld ing*program.A Mrs. Annie Brown, Pinkie and ;c .*" i.r t ,; :, I\' I i .t... NEW p., : Y .' .,I

: pond.Ueue;,($350,000 jrecommended):Ito help Doris Griffis of .Starke were

firuiuce guests .. _. ,.
& J Monday of Mrs. Lonnie "- I't". 'fn .. _
:: proposed a1e Harris and family and Mrs. Julia # r
5e ,of.the"; USO building andpro&ertyvsf -- 4 i

) *3 ue .. the .' .4 Griffis. _

The proposed sale of a portion.' of the 270-acre Darlene Mr' and and Mrs.Chuck Bob; Garrettt Robinson returned -, ;r: keinKi.Jgi; World-famous quality at a popular price J :;;< I

FFA flinn.** la.f. 1 last
T n, Thursday to their : j'a, ,JI' ?*...?. ,' "
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},There'.is little doubt that..most'citizens are interested home In Baltimore, M a' -
At < 1
'in;ant orall: 'til 1he.e''> issues.,and l have visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Doss -- J. .... .... 'fI; .
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formed:opinions about them.,But Higginbotham and family:. Little .. '
:they apparently !I -'.i\ .'..''.. .. 1.t'1 .. "
;belfeved 5 that.;theft opinions?would beef. little Paul for a longer Stanley'visit.Garrett remained So good in taste'-in such good taste ., '

value..- that tike ,'IOM? '-;- >: i : 'r 3 : .

.. As one Board member said:. "People are walking Mr.and sand daughter Mrs. Doss, June Higginbotham and Paul- : Now) it's just. as' thrifty: ., .to bring' home.- ,the 1 :.,-

-''up:.aid,<;.d own-tho.-street tntIiq'at: us for Stanley Garrett-"visited la' Jacksonville Coke! So why settle for anything less than 'it.

:these"aetionbuttbey.WOfttt.-me t'with 'us to Saturday: : :. t" __ _.** *- __, 'f.

discuss them."\. .11.<* II.-.v. "w a. .Mr. and Mra Drew Wilkinson, 'y Coca-Cola..the best-loved. sparkling drink ...,.>,'....

Perhaps-:=you would have had a different approach and Mrs. Eunice 'Williams.: and -- .' rt.. ,,' <,': i' ,

or:viewpoint ..to-one) of 'these**problems Mr, and :Mrs. Earl Wilkinson and 'i in all the world! '

Mch would .r>ave> 11 'Ded..the School Board If children of .Jacksonville enjoyed '.
the service at
'you' had'tei.itbe<-known.' *. '4n .** M> the Congregational
Holiness! Camp Grounds cat Glen .. "tt'
We'll bet "thatwhen'.the time comes to put 'SL'Mary Friday and Saturday 'kEGULAR f ,. KING SIGN' 07 GOD TASTE ,

-"onlo1into-.actfon.theBoanI' : will'.fee besieged 'DipLiIV ..;...,. ..., .--t ,:;:- ; ; ; ; 4rtetth .
with opinions-mostly protests. '. r. "r. Oscar Wilkinson and Mr x ; '


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...!,. ,yy and; Mrs. Marion Hamilton. '.ofWinter is .auf eviug .fripn, a ,CaP blazer : !'. !.f" "UTJf 7"J 'Jlt : 'tltt.. parents! several.- weeks.-.._- -- ._ ]Ira. Gordon" Jones- ..-Sundajf, -' .i.ftdo-
Beach visited their parents attack. and an operation may 'be 1 the :. (L: V. Tnrhea' ,Mr. and Mrs. Herschel: Lay-- noon. = 4O

T Mr., and, MVs.< Son Rosier. necessary; CLAY 'JjgN9tFaWE! Mr.N-; and Mrs. seeber Doyle field and family of Gainesvilleand Mr. and Mrs. Albert tman

last 'week.Mike Misses Louise and Shirley. } Andrews and baby daughter -of Mrs. Noon Mott of Brookerwere and :son of Mulberry were WP de-

By lira. Joyce T. PatchJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wall of Starke ypentFriday Mitchell, have 'returned to their | jPn J, I @tr\ WildwOod are visiting a few visiting Mr. and Mra E. C.I end guests of Robert Noniian,
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night and Saturday with home in Lebanon, Va. after a II-.. >JI g:.;+ .I SappMr. days with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lewis Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. -Gordon Jones

A A AA& his cousin Ben Green. visit with Mr. and _Mrs. .;Milo tAAA& AAAAAAit>A &&&..&&& && .&&& i &&&. Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Minza Royal of and Carolyn were in GaineSVille

Mr. and Mrs., L. W. Page Jr.of Mr. and Mrs. Ed May of New Smith. < Miss Betty Carter : ."Albert and Mrs. Lakeland were visiting Mr. and,. last week on ''business. _
.: and ;Mrs. ,M.. L.: Johns. Ir.d Alooay ..
are visiting Mr. Smyrna were calling on their Congratulations to Mrs.: Farces eral days with friends erye a"pfcnjc ,dipaei at'th lr Helen Black were in Lake cityldoPPhg
Page's; parents Mr. and Mrs. old friends, the L. S. Tanners Hamilton for having been I sonville last week.Her r -'Thursday morning.
pome to 5, members of
Page Sr. and the Paul Bennetts the first one.of. the graduates at the University Shelby, visited Sharon family aDopt celebrating? the 55thwe4dingTannyers4ry Sorry to hear that Mrs Mana LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT .

Mrs. Lea Prevatt and childrenOf 'of last week. of Florida at the commencement Highland. These girls Wiggins is in Starke Hospital .

the State Farm and Mr. and I i I :Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Hodges exercises which were: summer here with Johns'; ; : grandparents} .of ldr.Mrp. ., :Mrs.and his week, .She was hyrt when, BUILDING JOBFor

Mrs. Percy Griffis of Raiford had as Sunday guests Mr. and held on Saturday. Mrs. Hamilton mother Irene Padgett, : t, T.--,HandJey .of Raiford. JIbe Clipped and tell in .WlnniAilde -
spent Sunday with Mr; and Mrs. [ Mra Leslie Sweat and daughters received her Master of Education I >return to North :ftW ,-. 'enjoying the occasion store last Friday.

J. B. Bradley and Willie Griffis. and Mrs. Janie Higginboth- degree that that time. I week to get .ready for!. ) Mr;; and"'Mrs. Nelson l)ekieand .
Mr. and. Mrs. Mitchell Brown' am of Maxrille. Mrs. Mildred Priest WAS'a Clarence: Lng has: Mi.,an< ''Mrs.: .Ralph Parrfsh ihre* rdu Oren pt? Savannah, Ga.
and sons had as Sunday guests Rev. )fc. L. Taggart of Middle- business visitor to Jacksonvilleon from Tampa where pf .Jackspnvflle ,, Mr. and Mrs were .Thursday. ,)pighi 'guests' of Free

Mr. and Mrs. Harley Higginboth. burg filled the pulpit at the First Tuesday. I relative ,this ,.summer. Byiy.pekle?TMr.. nd .Mrs.: Robert Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson. -

am of Baldwin.Mr. i J, Baptist Church on Sunday Guests of Mr. and Mrs. j. E. Our Daughter-in-law pekle .and..famnje3. qf'.L>ke City, Estimates..
and Mrs. Pete Burney, Mrs >J. .O. Pons and family of Warren during the weekend FleJds'of Jacksonville, I Mr: ag4''rs-< '' "p OaijUy'qiRaiford YY' Y" Y' Y.YJYY"IRISIN'C

Who have been living in Texas Tallahassee. arrived Wednesdayfor were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith Sunday .returning arnd! M'cVry Jlandley otBaldwir" Phone

for the past few years, but have a visit with her parents' Mr. Valdosta Ga. Mr. .and Mra Green Cove 'Springs. to I .' .
recently. moved to Jacksonville, ;nd. Mrs. Bryant Reddidi. Mr. Frank Bozard .and daughter) St:, mother. -Mid: '
Were g Friday. guests ,of their and Mrs. Truby. Roberts ot' Pen Mathews, S. CL, Mr. and .Mrs.n Mr, and Mrs. Richard of anerv' rlle r here; overnight By Mrs. Gordon JpneaAAAAAAaA'f .-
grandmother, Mrs. Henry Sapp. sacola visited the Reddishes o Leslie Bradley and eh11dreQ) of and daughter are in" !guests of. Mrs. Rhoda Dowel RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL,.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph' Wise and' Sunday. Kingsley Lake, Mrs Victor relatives.. Wednesday, night. f AAAAAAAAMr. REPAIRS "

Ions were Wednesday night,supper Mrs. James Bradford Anders was released 'Appleby and children,' of Atlantic Ward .and Barbara; Mrs.: :'Emily!! Melody, lire Min. and Mrs. Rid E. Lewis

guests of Mr. and Mrs.'' Theodore i from County' Hospital Beach, and Mr. and Mrs have been spending his iris Granger and Mrs. V pig and',.children, who have been in
Young in Starke. on Wednesday and was accompanied Marvin Warren of Jacksonville.HAMPTON with their Anderson visited i Mr. and Mrs Marathon for the past month,
to her home in Palatka 'Cheater J. W. THOMAS .. Construction
Moody" -
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and ---- .. relatives, have! returned Heights of Key stone are home for a lew days.. They
Billy Anders, who .1 '
by re vvvvvvvvvvvvv.vnv v :
daughters had as Sunday dinner as, where) he Js it Friday:, are enrouU to RobinsvOle, N. C
until, Sunday. Fonie
guests, Rev. and Mrs. George Colson Mills of Ponte Vedra lard recently spent the t$ ] ; Crews spent. ..last. where Reed will be ,employed for .
Chism and son of Moniac, Ga.Mr. with his parents Rev. ; (
: Beach spent from Thursday until . : .. 0. .
and lira. Arlie Dobbs and Harvey Lane.! At this
Saturday with his friend Ray Bin. D. E. HID
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs and Reddish. By Lane had all fqur 'of his

daughter have had as recent Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett ..&&&&&&&& &&&&&&a&&a together for the first
guests Miss( Doris Moore of Tampa several years. st S
entertained with a birthday dinner Hayor, Clerk, Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbs Our ..
on Sunday honoring: their S Couacilmen To Be NamedA
and 'daughter, and Miss Nancy e gland, is attending Bi )
grandson, Wayne Bennett. Those mayor, clerk, marshall and,
t>obbs and the Cecil Dobbs fam- Jacksonville '. r"
in, this
enjoying this occasion with three city councilmen will b, "
JJy of Jacksonville. Wayne were his parents, Mr. and elected in Hampton's city election Those on .the sick .J' .. YOUR CHOICE! ., .

Everett Burney and son of Mrs. Donald Bennett and son of on September 10, with, September week were Yougan ? :...

Jacksonville stopped by to.see. Titusville' 'Mr. and Mrs.. Glenn 3 the deadline for candidates J. and iSusie ,Padgett, ,

Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp on Sun Williamson and sons, Gary Ben- to qualify.In Willie England, .and : .. "r--,,,,,.' i : .
day morning as they were en- net, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett order to qualify as a candi cloth. Ge tie has ..:' t !';-:: I

route to# visit Mrs. Burney at and son and Mr. and Mrs Mamie date for any of the offices, thf lapse of her 'Illness. and I V6I ..
Dowlings Park; near Live OakMrs. Drake. candidate must be a registered with her son, Buddie si ,.('

Burney, .,':1.11.,be.helping with Mrs.' Marion Marrs ,and son, voter, in.the.city.and have.a.petfc and 14':* family.. ,, '** .J- j 1_'_ 'j ;' ,,! li :I Ii.
a Bible school} there,/for, two Jeff,; of Jacksonville came\\\Wed tion signed by at least 10 quali Rev. Saunders of I '.' :: .;7 '
: "..
weeks. j: '. nesday I;i for at, .Visit with Mrs,' fledtelectors.. Church will be our ? A7'h' '., .. : .

Friends of Walijij(, ;, ..JVlpdnsonwill I M trs'. brbthewh-law-and'sister' (, [i' ''Terms for the mayor, clerk, Saturday night, Rev. ,).,,,, .-'h;*" 1 ",.;0RCJ < .: .
regret to learn.that ''lie'' c.patient a Mr.: and Mrs. O. J: Anders and marshal are each for pne livered a fine sermon I LARGE .

in the Veterans Hospitath 1 Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Mr. year; and the posts. for councilmen urday evening, though o -

I !Lake City. Mrs. Wilkinsonand and Mrs. Sam Hicks were in are each for two years. In- was. small due to ANGEL
Mrs. Cecil Dobbs visited hion m Jacksonville Monday for Mr. cumbents are mayor p. P. elsewhere. CHERRY I

Sunday. Mrs. Wilkinson wenthome Hicks| to see his doctor. Wadsworth; clerk, W. H. Maxwell There will be a '

with her daughter and Mrs. Dan Starling, Mrs.. Walter ; marshal, C. R. Cox; and service at the Md
family to Jacksonville for a visit. Wilkinson, Mrs. Troy Ben- council J. W. Horne; W.'H. tist Church 'at 2 p. m. FOOD
Julius Eunice is visiting his nett, Mra Arthur Pearce, Ivery Griffin, and 1>. E. Hffl. The two Everyone is invited PIE
Uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and Shad Thompson councilmen whose terms do not t Conference will be
Clarence Knight in Maxville. of Lake Butler attended a ceme expire are A. C. Dennison and Clay Hill Church, the_ .' '. ',' .
Mrs. J. S. Eunice and David tery working in St. George, Ga., D. H. Crawford. Aug.28. We hope that '

)Irs. Lee Green and Geneva via last Friday. Registration books for new members and Sunday' + ;SUPER RIGHT SMALL, 4 TO ,6 .LB. AYG. F.JJLLy COQKED. '

ited Mrs. Eunice's grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson voters are still at Home's ,Grocery students will be present ', : j': '.< '" ,- u
Mrs. Mary Dowell in a rest and! sons were Friday ,and. r4at 'and deadline for signing up this*' is when we'will ; ., i Ii' :'HALF". 'il' 111;:': ': tl'l

home in Gainesville!({' Thursday. urday guests of .Mr. and Mrs,. to vote fa'next Thursday; Aug; officers'. and teachers. "PICNICS s ;: "OR0 ,J a : .. ,. 39c' I'

Friends of Mrs Dowell will'be Arthur Williamson in Jackson- 22. To be eligible}to vote, a per .We learned of a ", { J",1 1' OLE J ,. i I Ii,, > \\ l' ,j jt
glad to know tha;t'she is.i doin ; son must have been. 'a resident incidence pe l. 11' rii IIII ,'. If' '.'t- -,1) 'I'Ii '
l ., Saturday T :u sn
nicely and is able $p walk aloealthough ; c e of Florida format least,one,year, there, f car ul '" '.' 1\\ f ;
was a wreck, VoUNCiTEJibER
she was carried thereIn visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and a' resident; of, the city' pf QUICK-FROZEN'GRADE, ,A :. Ivjji
) .
\ inured1} andlOSpitalized. (| i ui'Mlr i '
a wheel chair. i l Crawford and son in the Evergreen Hampton,for at feast six. months.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy" Griffis had .section on Friday evening. Qualifying petitions for candidates member ,.oft( the < tist: Church;; The pastor J x289
his Sunday guests ; Mrs. Pansy The Crawfords have improved I must.',be in! .the'; hands,: pt church: /'went): to the .....'i. "" :.. .}, U ., F'R"V' ER/S 'BREAST"59CI '

Wingate and Mrs$:)airy Sutton rapidly from injuries they received the cityclerkt% : -?* W. H..'*-ii Maxwell' '* see ifee "tWO; victims, ,. 1"T ..r.. ". ....,...... ... '. c' .
Of Jacksonville. Mr$: Willie Tim- in an automobile accident t no later Tian S pTm.: on Sept: S, he time r. u .t. '.0
he '
could with .l .
belson of High Springs is staying last Monday evening. a weeki. before the election.. ; ..' .f'io / 01, t.J "" '. ,
with Miss Minnie Lee Griffis Mrs. Lulu Cruce of Heilbronn Election officials named ''by' and the left-church. the hospital t'o ;, -J? A &"P"TUB'STYlgp'r''t. 'CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS, ; ,,, ." il.'t-I: '' 1"::' : 'J:; "

while her parents work. is staying with Mr. and Mrs. V. Mayor, *G. P.. Wadaworth are H. p'reaclf that where he ;; ...., : '. '" ;.,: nt.-; !!.. ... ; :
Ned Privett oil: Jacksonville L. Starling for sometime. D. May, M. L,, jWatterson and, night- ,. : .. dl'2'th:. C
of all -t "- n. ', '
horrors ; in .
He and .J) ; J 2'9'
Visited .his brother? Melaon, and Mrs. Frank Wells and daugh Mrs. Minnie Marcionny. ; gRAPE; '
family. on Hubert SundaySMrs. Priest. and children ter another Ina of dfughter Maitland;/..,Mary came Ann for her Pat!' mother Rifdon., Mrs.'Eva Stokes:Stokes; all and-o f of preacher.them ,had'was'a.injured wreck., i; i BUnER, I ; ; ; :I : ':# ,,: : i-.t:; ":;;::: ,,1, ', ;

cars ,
were pretty .
Motes who Jacksonville last weekendat ," L''wlI !, '. : '
visited Mrs, Catherine had attended sum spent : I. &; ) Ilii : t ?
school Lake. "
Teare in Alachua General Hospital at the University of Hampton !' '
on Friday. Mrs. G. W. Roberts Florida, and they all were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks man so just settled yet' Each
between themselves lb. c !
went to see her on Monday guests of Airs. Effie Miner. of Orlando spent last weekend about their and 65 c, 29
and found that she was not doing On Sunday night Mrs. Miner had here with her mother, Mrs. Ma business. _

as well as they had hoped. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fitzpatrickand ire Meade. They were to attend .------.. ,
WWWWW v.v .yY. .
I Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Green of the funeral of his brotherinlawin .

Debbie of Wildwood brought little Green Cove Springs- as visitors., Jacksonville on Monday, and .. FANCY LONG GREEN -
JMiss Reene Moore to her home Friends of Miss Elizabeth spend the remainder of the week --

E on Sunday, and visited with the Tatum will regret to learn that vacationing in Georgia. Mrs. U for c

Fred Moores. Mr and Mrs. Billy she was unable to complete her Meade with them will this return weekend.Mr. to .Orlando By Mrs. Lacy No : A & P BRAND CUCUMBERS E S 3 1 ,

Torode of Starke were also their summer work at the Universityof &&& &&&&&&&& &&
guests on Sunday. Florida, due to an emergency and Mrs. H. D. May and "
Ernest Wells of Mobile, Ala. appendectomy performed in their daughter, Mrs. L. R. Lam- O. W. Marr and son, 'INST ANI

was the weekend guest of his Alachua \ General Hospital on.bert and daughter Cathy of grandson Roger A&P FROZEN FOOD
mother Mrs. Mae Wells. Mrs. Tuesday.Mrs. Silver Springs, ..TMd. spent several Mims, spent the w k _

Martha Bales and daughters.Mr. Fred Moore and son days last week vacationingat with, 'friends" and 10-oz. pkg;*. *for

and Mrs. H. S. Burdetteand Mickey, returned home Saturday Miami Mrs.:. Lambert and Mr.- and' Mrs. L. M. } : cqffEE 'S' STRAMRRIE: : ; ::3.5c

Miss Ollie Salathe of Jack from an enjoyable vacation Cathy are, here visiting with her and Mrs. :Iris PendarvU .' 'd.1 ,
sonville were guests of Mr. and i in the north. Mra Jewell Royal parents went to Augusta, Gar s.OZ. ,
Mrs. Jack Estea last* week. and Miss Rachel Boyer, with Tracy Jon. s, who has been night to see Bill h .

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wainwright whom' they traveled but had stationed at Austin, Texas with I is a patient in a ; : !AIZ. ,, 11'5 .. 10OZ.. .
the Air Force is home for a 30-
and Clyde were weekend spent Saturday night .in Jack. pital t_ herd; '
guests of Mrs. 'Wainwrighfs sonville, came by day furlough with his family, Mr. : : ; for
on and Mrs
Sunday ;: Floyd GREENPEASjQoz.p : l ,
the Raleigh Brannens, Rothelle > -1 ', 25
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie morning enroute to Tampa. and son, and Mrs. ; : ; : .
Jones, also with the air force,
in .Mr. and Mrs. ,
Starling, Bartow. L. P. Rafuse ely; all of Jacksonville, ,
Mr. and Mrs. and Joan expected here this week, after
Bernard Rosier attended a dinner weekend; here with
the last IONA 2 CAN
spending several months l'
and family of Ft. Pierce spent party .at the Harold Norman Normans.

several days of last week with last rental place on Kingsley Lake overseas Mrs. Hilda in Japan.Griffith of Miami Mrs. Yemen Griffis Halves..& Sliced ANN PAGE CAKE 'MIX
Mr. and Mra. Carl Hilliard. Saturday evening. ated
on .
visited in Hampton, with her Friday night in
Mrs. Mary Arber and daughter Mrs. Mary Reddish !is spending Butler
Mrs. T. F. hospital, Where: '
,aunt Brown last
Diana Sapp, of Ft. Pierce this week'at her home Honey-Spiced 20oz.
as been patient >
she has her Sunday. :I a .for ,s : PEACHES 2 FOR
guest her i
sister We missed, cur ,
Mrs. Wilbur Hall of Live Oak visited I song -
Nellie O'Steen, of Tampa. with Winfred Wilkinson, last !! .
the K. B. Watterson -
fiOT ft
Little Miss DEVIL'S FOOD 20oz.
> Judy. Bennett is -
visiting her in Hampton Tuesday of last had .to be away to C.
grandparents, Mr. week. Bro. Crews' place at ;; C

SUMMER CO9! and Mr.Mrs.and Jesse Mrs.Smith in Starke. 'Mrs. Milton Misner spent Mon. These from here"! : ': 21 YELLOW- 20oz. '
Hubert Priest .
and day in Jacksonville. Visiting singiag ,t J
KE, 4' Cedar family spent Sunday in from Wednesday to Friday las Church l were Mr. and .
Key with .
Priest'sbrother week with the Misners were son Griffis and, ; WHITE 20-oz.

mpWm and sister-in-law, Mr. James and, Timothy Sims ,.of and Mrs., T. ,M. Knight ,. w; ,.'!... ,.. .tf .. s".;". :.o!, .' .... -
and Mrs. P. H. Day. Bro.*George Chism :; II ) .. . : ':;'-- '- ..
t 66 Mrs. Gainesville.. ,, ,._. .. ,, c.. ..t.. ,
Joyce Futch visited Mrs Mr_ Richard May and daughter Ellen Norman and P < 'I., A & P
REUEFf' O. J. Phillips in B. C. H. I A8 2fOZ.
_. Melody left Thursday for 1g. RED, BEANS
Monday afternoon.
PhillipsALVAREZ' Bellevue: Nebraska, where shewill There was quite L c
}6-oz. can
join her husband, who is ment .here Monday 't' .ArE 'I ,
Ma>''a'Ul1"EsUblished stationed there at Offutt AFB. a house ,and big:;.truck ; "t #01 !. .. .' SUtTANAPORK
1854 I ITiulf. Mrs. May will teach In the ele- er, all belonging to JUKE & .
mentary school in Bellevue this Paper Co. burned up. 1 -' BEANS.

year. Mrs. J. W. Horne is making was loaded- on the, big I' 16-oz. can '
the trip with her daughter, be moved tQ! Maxville. 25c -
s Our BusinessIf and expects to.return next week. as yet knows the VEG. 'SHORTENING No. 303 CAN SULTANA .
s Mr. and Mrs. fire. : A
Don HOI and ? Iay t
Ifa Glass! We Have I
daughters left
Tuesday. for MIami Happy birthday IEXG.
to visit with Mrs. HUTS .Prescott on Aug1. 12., ATE PURPOSE OH WIJH ..PORKftlV
brother and family, Mr.. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. II-LB. 3-LB. I. _

Peters Glass Co. A. P. Mills, and to Bradenton to and children returned : 29' t !I sxnxs roelrat- tone ..........,,;., Itl/ .
visit Mr and Mrs. Gene ,douse, urday after ] 011 : CAN CAN

;FOR ANY GLASS NBED and Mrs. Irene Planavsky. Says in paytona ,. I- I i 1 / 1
We Design Modem Store Froat Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen, friends and relatives.

Just Mall Us A Pattern for Raleigh Brannen and son -Aid We have good .. t Qaart'.8ottle. .i.- : 1PHees I ,
Table Tope left Saturday for a trip to Sealy Sunday 'School here, .In this! ad Affective through M Ctttf MUMK t fACIHC TU(0 V"'"fT
Texas to visit Mr. and Mra Tt. W hare xhfldrea and; .I 412 Call Street
1313 N.W. 4th PL Galnesrille, Fla. Phone FR. 24353 > Sa4'rdar Aajgust 17, 1957
Bolinger and Mr. and Mrs-W.; A.Virnau church 14.go. : come : .. -{; StarketFlorida

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._M.M---; .'. .__.._MMJMMMMJM'M.M_._. Mrs. Edward'Burns, Mrs: '0. 'L. Mrs. E. A. Jonea of .Compton,' :Mrs. T-' 'J. Griffin and Miss Douglas Noun returned Saturday .Mrs. Alice Padgett of De-I Mrs.. Harry Mooty.and daughter -

Beasley'and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid .Calif., is spending, ',weeks Annie Darby spent last week :from 'Aberdeen.,'Md. wherehe ,Funiak: Springs was visiting Gerry.,and Mrs. H.:E. Brad.
have been guests of Mrs. Joe with'' her 'parents Mr. and Mrs.Al with*the L. E.: Jordan' in Oviedo. I '
Mr. and Mrs.Milton'
graduated' from six weeks 'and Mrs., P. T. Noun Mr'l ley were.... visiting. .
and,, !( J. T. >
Wilson at Kingsley Lake the past Crosby. and faniily. Mr rs. Quigley -
two weeks. Miss Sandy Faxon of Pompano gave a luncheon in the Garden training 'at the Army Ordnance Thursday: to-iiond. y; They St; Peter and family in

Norman Allen, head butcher at Beach spent a few days this Restaurant Sunday' in honor of School, ed,. Marineland on Saturaay. Gainesville Saturday.

WinnDixie, received a broken week with, her. cousins, Mr., and the ,sixth wedding ,anniversary of
c -Mr._ and__ _, Mrs._ u _, Elmer_____ L. Johns. ;
tone in his hand last Friday whenhe Mrs. S. G. Denmark..
besides }..irI
the 'affair
Attending -
slipped and fell at the market: Dale Crosby returned home

,. .___M M'_'_'.'_'_'_ ._._._._._._._._._._._._._ Mrs. Elsie Smith of Dade City last Thursday from 'St Vincent's I and and :Mrs the: Johns'' and.son Larry and,
and :Mrs. James Smith of Lake he' underwent Quigleys were Mr 9-PC. BEDROOM GROUP
:Mr. and :Mrs. George Kuhnast Mrs. Mary Cloud has returnedto Butler were last Thursday visi; Hospital, where Mrs. Leonard M. Noegel and son

of Brandon were weekend guestsof her home in Blountsown after tors o! Mrs. Effie Johns- surgery last week.' Stevie, and Miss Susan Wallace.
three weeks visit with her daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli
Mr. arid Mrs. Al Hartmann.The Bill and John Morar of ranama
ter, Mrs. :M. H. Gresham and Bells, --Tenru, and Si Durio of attended the wedding Tuesday
Hartmanns also had asfinest family. City were first of the week visItors Indianapolis, IDe!.' were' last Frl;; evening of their niece, Miss'Mary '. .. ,
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- -
last week tneir niece, Miss Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy and son and family. day visitors of Dr. and Mra, ,H. Jean Beener,. to Bill Loudermilkat '

:Mary Louise Hartmann of Rockford family visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed WIN A FREE BOAT-Saturday H. Adams. the Grand< Park Baptist ., 1t. c .

Ill. Crosby in Fernandina pn Sunday. I Aug. 24, Imperial Service ,Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Having, Church, Jacksonville. TC" Ii t __
Miss Gaie Denn of Jackson Station. Sr., accompanied 'by'g 'and ,WIN A FREE' BOAT-Saturday ,.

ville was a' Monday visitor of Mr. Mrs. N. O. Winn spent the Mrs. Larding, Jr.. of Valdosta ,-. Aug.., 24,.,Imperial. Service i T ., ,.
and Mrs. Charles Dinkins.Mr. Harding of .
weekend with Mrs. Alice Winn Ga., and Miss June Station. ..
and Mrs. Bill Smith of iii St. Petersburg.Mrs Atlanta will spend Friday' to }.Irs.. William, Searchand son; -
FLORIDATHEATRE Madison were Sunday guests of D. C., Forehand and Mrs. :Monday at Douglasville, Ga. attending George J and daughter, Leslie of :. .. '. ..'' ,'l

Mr. and Mrs. James Groover. Ralph Allison of Albany. Ga. are I the Having family' .,- re Philadelphia, 'Pa. and Mrs Min '.: ..
Drew Groover returned to Madison this week of CoL and Mrs.T. union. ; i.
guests nie, Ellis of r Columbus Ga. were ,
with the Smiths for a week's T. Long. Mrs. T. C. Haren Jr. was Sunday overnight guests of. Mr.and .

visit.Mr. Tom Long will return home visiting relatives, in 'Albuquerque, Mrs. G. S. Newcomb.

and Mrs. Benedict Inner Sunday from Wilmington; Dela. N, M. the past ten days. Miss. Beryl Holland of Gaines-
Sr. of St. Matthews, Ky. arrived he for his
where was working Carl Andrews of Bartow was ville was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday for a week's visit with uncle, Lloyd Lewis, daring the visiting :Mr. and Mrs: Wesley Harry .Mooty: Tuesday evening.
SAT., AUG. 17 the junior Finzers. They will all summer. Andrews on Sunday, and Mon .
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Tippensand
DOUBLE FEATURE spend next week at Fort Lauder- Mr. and Mrs Harry Wimberlyof day. family'f Jacksonville and

dale.Mrs. Eagle Lake spent the weekend Mra F. H. Box', and children .
Mr. and
:Mrs: E. B. Andrews and
Gnat Drama of tht Wtstl Neal Lyon and children with his mother, :Mrs. H. C. Winv were 'in Miami,last week visitingMrs.
R of Butler
Mrs. Johns
returned home last Friday from berly, and the Nelson Green fam' S. Lake '
San Texas where suffered C. D. Bennett were Tuesday visitors of :Mr. % E
Antonio' they ily. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly :
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dowlingand iji
and Mrs. ,N. B. Rosier. .
spent two month with Mrs.Lyon's a broken wrist two weeks ago '
and Mrs. .. n -4
famIly and Mr. ...
:Mr. and :Mrs. C. H.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. when she fell at home. ,
I E.- E. Droemer.Mr. Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent the Raleigh Dowling and family of family' and G. M., Padgstt M f 1Y

and Mrs. W. H. Thomson weekend with her son-in-law and Jacksonville were visiting Dr. and son returned to their homein

Jr. and family of Monticello spent daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ren- and Mrs. W. E.. Middleton on Miami on Monday after.a.

the weekend with the F. F. ner in Gainesville.GET Tuesday.Mr. week's 'visit with :Mr. and :Mrs.
And Stumps. SET for your vacation : and ,Mrs. Eaton Jordan Williard Wynn.:' Linda Padgett

Miss Barbara Spencer, Starke with a Movie Camera from BuD- and family: vacationd last weekat remained, the, Wynns for three
school teacher returned to Starke ington's. For sale or rent. (tf) the Futch cottage on Kings- weeks visit. Y z.

on Thursday from Tuscaloosa Mrs. H. A. Lawson and son, ley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hoffman wF iw
.Ala- 'where she spent the sum Bud and :Mrs. J." T Lawson at- :Mr. and Mrs. N. P.,Joyner and and : Camille of Boca ."
daughter ?, W
mer with her family. She is residing tended the, funeral of Q. A. Can- family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. visitorsof -.
t ALDO RAY with Mrs..,A. ,F. Sauls. non in ,Auburndale last Thurs- William Hicks in Green Cove Grande were weekend ,
their :Mra. J. E.
daughter, a
Springs on Sunday. '
BRIAN KEITH day afternoon.Mr. ;
BANCROFT naoucraiA and i Mrs Howe Moreddck Mr, and Mrs. D.,, 'A. Montiethof WallJr., ,and family. Their : Tr' ..., 't,.$} 1.. _:" ... .."... .,.....
t the grandson, Wayne Wall, returned ;.JA.. .. ,71"-', !' '-: '_'
and children of Miami were weekend Fort Lauderdale spent .. rlt.. "." ,
xxum BUMW YynfB fF IffffI and G. J. with' them for& visit. .. .tr. tj.
Wa AIBEBISON BUDII BOND ,guests of :Mrs. Joe Wilson weekend with Mr. Mrs. r. ... !: ,'.
at Kingsley Lake. :McGriff, Jr. wTiile enroute. to Mrs.. Nathan, Sanford and son, : .'
PLUS SHORT & SERIAL Mrs. A. F. Sauls,returned home Pennsylvania for three,weeks va- Lamar, are visiting, relatives in j. l' ., ". i

"": last week after spending a monthin cation. On Sunday the family hada Chicago, HI. for two 'weeks. BED 1
P' ii
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Pasadena, Calif with her son- get-together at the Bill Gra- Mrs. L., W. Hieatt and daughter -
SUN., MON., & TUES. l..tM.d., f. t-! in-law and daughter., ;Mr. and hams at Kingsley, .Lak The Paula, of Miami spent VANITY -
AUG. 18, 19 & 20 Mrs.J. W. Prather. group' included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thursday to Monday with Mrs. 95 tl

-asfam George Baisden of Jackson Montieth' of Jacksonville.Mr. Hieatt's mother' Mrs. Pauline VANITY STOOL. ,

BURT KIRK WORD THUG ville and Mrs. Henry Carter. of, and :Mrs. Carl Lamar Torode. CHEST OF DRAWERSINNERSPRING -
Maxville1were weekend guests, of i Johns, :Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Red- Mra
dish and Jimmy and Glenn Red-
Mrs. Effie Johns. *
SLANG Jr. and .children spent the week-
-HAL WAWS''odu;'
Pompano Beach spent the past the Pittsburgh-Chicago Pro mother, Mrs. C. R. Jones, and MATTRESSONE ,
GUNFIGHT&n.K.CORRAL 'itl.f game at theGator"Bowl on?Sat-
l week at the Carpenter cottageon other 'relatives in Apalachicola.
Santa Fe Lake. They were urday evening BOX SPRING 123 EAST CALL STREET
SKj2| and. :Mrs. Joseph N.
il:, JiSU\IKtt\K'\ \ It..lf. hosts at a family supper 'and day, Aug. 24, Imperial Service Belche ,of Pensacola are on' two 2 'FEATHER PILLOWS PHONE 80
,it. : '. .\-.;,.= ;! Jf.: weiner roast last Saturday evening Station. I -, weeks ,vacation .visiting their .

,;TECHNICOLOR .& M..*.... at the lake, entertaining Mr. and Mrs.- William. Saunders- parents; Mr., and Mrs.;J., G.,CaldWell ONE. .. BEDSPREADUNSURPASSED. : ', ; : .

";. -: ,." ,. I.*TP aj Paramount' Picture.i '...0.0 Improper'care and driving- Jones'the .following of Compton guests, :Calif.Mrs., E.Mr.A. and family 'sPent, the weekend [and Mr.". aid.. _:Mrs.,'A.' 'C y .. -..... ';. ; ;1(, :..1'', t >in ,

>f 'Hie'! I, t1 ,':!' i : with friends in Savannah, Ga. Belche, at. the .State. Farm.. .l ,. .
out tires than does and Mr.
wear more and,Mrs. Lamar Crosby
I .
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,1ALSO ; s Mr.; MrsHeFbert Thomas '-' .'
.mileage! Let us tell you how! I andIMrs' .;, Hardy,:Sr. of Pompano and daughter, Kathleen, spent \ 'j, .,,,..." .
'tc), get the most from your Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gayof last week"at their. 'camp: in the
.; ;': ::,CARTOON : Jacksonville Beach, Mrs. Myr- .'
: Scrub.
tires, It's part .of the .service. i
'- ,: tice ,Nichols Mr;,,and Mrs! Sam :Mr. and, Mra Gene Schmidt of .."
If tire need
VED.,.THUR. & FRI.- your ? replacing Bleasdale and family, Mr. and .Ohio we-re':Sunday 'to ; Bt, ., ,
PiqUa, f
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see us for the "Best Deal inTown. .
AUG. 21, 22, 23 Mrs. A, 'L. Crosby, Sr., .and, Mr. 1 Wednesday ,guests- of Mr' :and ? ; til,
.' ." and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. and ]Mrs. J. :M. HarrelL '

1 family, all of- Starke. Elissa Stefanelli spent Sundayto ,' '
1 :Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke of Thursday with .Kay Walrath : FR' ":
1 BREATHE' : The frog has no "
.1 Jacksonville were overnight in Keystone .Heith ; ; ; \6ft..l
.1 ,ribs, therefore\ it cannot ,, guests -Tuesday of her mother, Mr. and Mrs: W G.- Struth of "

breathe by expansion and :Mrs. Shellie HalLMr. Jacksonville were visiting ,Mrs. T .

l, contraction of the chest The : and :.Mrs. E. L. Smith and W.: ,H.Sfruth:, and :Miss Kate '''IT .,.\, .--I'
air Is swallowed. Also the frog' family of Orangeburg, .' C., Struth on Tuesday. .: .. .
last visitors of Mra. Priscilla '' is .
gets part of his oxygen sup were Friday Cox of Live Oak' '
L. S. Hutto and family. visiting Mrs .D. L. Silcox ..and c
ply throuhh the skin. '
:Mrs. C. A. Knight returned :Mr;. and Mrs. James Lewis .and

WINNER 5 GAL. GAS home last Saturday from St. family this week. .
lilt gM built// lik*a platinum' poww fcovi*I Vincent's Hospital where she Jimmy .Malone is visiting his This 14 ft. Master Craft Boat

MAMIE VAN DOREN WILEY COLEY was confined for two weeks following grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

surgery. Archie Morrison, in Sopchoppythis

TILLEY'SSINCLAIR day Aug. 24, Imperial Service Bruce Mathews and Donna

Station. Brazil, of Gainesville spent Sat-
STORY OF DR. JENNER :Marvin Brown underwent sur- urday with Mr. and Mrs. Garl

987 TEMPLE Art. gery on his foot in St. Vincent1 Mathews. ,They also. had as -Sunday -

f' aw Hospital on Tuesday. visitora. 'Mr. and Mrs. A\ D.

Mr: and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand .Whlsler and ,family ,of Neptune ....
daughter, Sally Ann, and Beach.. wmm
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson Mrs., W. S. Slade and Mr. and *- -.-- ______
: iti were vacationing'' at Fernandina Mrs. T. H. Slade ;Attended the r .ter

TO. THE CITIZENSOF ; Beach 'last' 'week. funeral I,of. A. L. Slade in Edge- I

[ Mrs. Nancy Gunter of Miami! field,.f5. C. on Tuesday afternoon # yea
is spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.' Clyde Sinclair I .

her sister Mrs. [Robbie Shaller and daughter, Evelyn are spend- I. r7 i.
STARKE and Mr. Shaller. Mrs. Gunter ing a few days this week' at :

and Mrs. Shaller returned home Daytona Beach. ,
Thursday from ten 'days''visit Mr.; 'and 'Mrs. 'Reid' Shytle'and

Two years ago I presented my- with relatives in 'Holyoke, Mass. children of .Orlando, are. visitingher

self to you as a candidate for the ; y .J Mrs. A. A. Peck of Jacksonville ,parents, ,Mr., and Mrs. L. U

office of City Councilman of the spent the past week with Morgan. x

City of Starke. You did me the Mrs. Eustis McKnight. They Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packhamand
p visited the Stephen Foster Me- family' of :Theresa were
honor of electing me to this position k r
morial on Sunday. last Friday evening dinner
and confidence '..
was ,
your Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent the guests of Mr.. and .!tlrs. E.< P.
first 'part of last: week with Mr. Lee. The Lees also had as visitors MURRAY
deeply appreciated-especially since I was the first and Mrs. Charlie Parker) in Mr. and Mrs. J. ,C. McDanlels -

woman ever to be elected to serve the city in this ca Cocoa. and daughter of Green Cove BOAT TRAILER

pacity. Pvt. Butch Smith and Pvt. Springs, .
Tommy Haines are home on 15- Judge and Mrs. J. D. Hodge

During the two years that I have served on the day ,leave from---I. Fort Jackson, and daughter, Loraine of*Pa To 24 .195.7

Council many progressive steps have been taken to S.C.-- latka were. Sunday'vIsitori of Be Given Away Saturday,5"August .<
Mrs. M. O. Nelson and :Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. W.' E. Middleton. ,
make our city a healthier, happier place in which to Joe Welch and "son, Dewey of ,.Mrs." .Bertha .Pearct: .returned1 ,

live. We have expanded the facilities of our, municipal Mobile, Ala. spent the past, week Sunday!frogs ,a two months visit :

power plant to ,take care of our needs for many yearsto 'with their sisters *' Mrs.- W. "D:' with'';' friends( and:"relatives* in ,.; ::T i DriveIn: Ask For Your FREE COUPON
Faxon and Mrs. 11'1 .
come. We have participated in the first organized Vergie Flynn. Virginia' :New: Jersey, and New "

program of .recreation for our young people. 'We have Mr. and Mrs. Dan Priest have York; She 'also 'visited her song f

paved more streets and have entered into a sanitary moved to Live Oak where''Mr. in-law and daughter: Mr.' and .. > '-* : THERE, IS NO OBLIGATION ,. ,_.-.:. '
Priest will manage the. Van H. Mrs. W. G. Godwin, and family .
land fill program of garbage disposal. We have purchased Priest variety store there. in, Cleveland. 'Ohio. .Ji' : -... ." '.. .' : *. :' .)

a new fire truck and other needed equipment. Mr.; and Mrs. John B. Sapp' Mrs. W. G..Haile returned last ;: ,:.. ;. '., n

Naturally, I do not take credit for these things myself'as have moved to: Daytona Beach Thursday from a week's visit ,."' .,. '.,.
they were the result of teamwork-but I do feel where Mr. Sapp is employed, by with relatives in Social Circle.; .,,:

that I had at least a small part in bringing these bene- Florida Power and' Light Co. Atlanta,., and Rutledge, Ga. ,.:(

fits to our citizens. Bobby Dodd is spending this G. S.'Newcomb is in Tallahassee ?

week with his brother-in-law on business from Sunday to M.PER AL
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sapp. Friday.
If you agree with me and feel that I deserve another
P. S. Denmark returned
;;Sgt. ,JImmy' Rowe Is home on
term on thebasis of record over the past two
my Saturday after two weeks' visit 20 days leave from Fort Benningi:
years, I will sincerely appreciate your vote and support with relatives in Jacksonvilleand Ga., He will be discharged from

on September. 10.RUBY. Crescent City.. service on Sept. 6. :

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrixof Mr. and Mr&i: A. G. Gowen of STATION

Waycross, Ga. were visitingher Folkston,. Ga. spent Sunday ,to SYSTEM
B. JOHNSPd. parents Mr., and Mrs. J. P. Wednesday with'Mr. and Mrs. J: ,

Dill over the weekend. M. Vickers and family. Mrs.

( PoL Adv.) WIN A FREE BOAT-Saturday Vkkers and.( children returned: 1575' No. Temple Ave. :Hwy.' 301 ; Siarke, Florida

Aug. 24, Imperial. Service to Folkston with the Gowens fora .,.. --- -y_ .-" "'. ,'" --

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; AUGUST 16. 1937 -n ...1 BRADFORrf! ; 1x;. ttl.STllItliE. !,F1.or.1D.:"- .... _.... _... .._--: :::-_ _' _. .. ..... .._" .... PAGE FIVE.

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!f Mrs Grlsbaum Norma Jeah MolJ 6 G tot|h f above described i- lands, -asern the hereinafter' desc'ribedproperty Inco'mpetent, as plaintiff., In the 'confesso will be entered ;against

( indefeasible fee simple title by. through under oa'agalns.t each above entitled Court and cause; ::you for the retief'elt nucu in
1 I thereto against the claims of such deceased: the unknown heirs", that the relief sought "in said suit the complaint.It .
Honored At ShowerMrs. To Wed Mr MartinMr. you
: devisees, grantees lienprs, creditors I
I and each of you and you are here- or other persons Maiming any is to remove clouds from and quiet is hereby'ordel t-i that: this
by summoned, ordered and requiredto
order and notice shall b
in the hereinafter described litre published -
interest to the
and confirm piamt.iir s
Richard Grisbaum, the and Mrs. Henry'G.. Mor- file your written answer or defenses property by through, under once a week IT four cohFecutive .
to the complaint in said I above described lands as an rnde- weeks in the Bradford
former Frances Morgan, was rison of Starke announce the cause in the office of the under- or against Robert M. Smith feasible fee simple title thereto County Telegraph, a
and newspaper
deceased The Florida .
honored at a lovely miscellaneous approaching marriage 'of their signed Clerk of said Court at Immigration Company a corporation against the claims of you and each I published !in Etadfgrd County,
Starke, Florida before the of and
on or you; you are hereby Floriildt and having a general ell
I shower last Friday evening daughter, Norma Jean, to Sam- 16th day of September, 1957 and to Deleware. Essex corporation Royalty Corporation with its a summoned ordered and requiredto I culation in said county.

Ii madrs Mooty given by Mrs. J. F. ,Laudon, Mrs. uel James Martin, son of the servea Knight copy plaintiff's thereof attorney on II,011'whose I!!. V. principal office in Kennedy Build- defenses file your to written the complaint answer or in I WITNESS mv hand as Clerk of

I) ......_._ .. __ ..'. L. A. Canova, Mrs. Leola Roberta late Mr. and Mrs. Martin of address is Starke, Florida on or ing, Tulsa Oklahoma; and to all paid caus<- in the office of the said Circuit Court of Bradford
- ------------------- --------------- and
having claimingany County the
or Florida seal of
before, said date as required by I persons I undersigned Clerk of said Court at I
Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Sr. and Starke. interest in or to the following I said Court at Starke. Bradford
.the laws of Florida and the 1954 i Starke, Florida; on or before the
Shower Honors' Coke Party EnjoyedBy Mrs. S. 'E. Sparks at the homeof The wedding will" "take place Florida Rules of Civil Prol-edure.\]lands Florida situate to-wit in; Bradford County. 16th day of September 1957. and County August., A.D.Florida 1951.CHARLES', on. the 9th day of
If you fail to do so, a decree pro j i to serve a copy thereof on Hollis I
Mrs. Strickland Junior Women the latter on Lafayette street.A Sunday afternoon Aug. 25. at 3 onfesso will be entered against J' Begin at a concrete monumentat V. Knight, plaintiffs attorney, A. DARBY .

pink color motif was at- o'clock at the First n,yew for the relief' demanded" in [the corner common to Sections '- whose address is Starke, Florida on Clerk of Circuit Court of A
1hristi tbet omplaint.: 8, 9, 16 and 17 in Twp. 6 or before said date, as required by j I I Bradford Co-jnty Florida.
p Mrs. Townsend Strickland, the Members of the Junior Woman's tractively carried out in the decorations Church with a reception following i f.rt is hereby 'ordered 'that this S., It': ::rE thence run South the Laws of Florida and the 1954 : CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) ,

former for the occasion. Qn at the Morrisdn ,1iotile'at till f3r 'and 'notice shall i be'pub': ?!S deFreestil I .minutes, 20 sec- Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. Hollis V. Knight %
'Jackie Prevatt, a recent Club enjoyed a lovely lishedonce a week forfour con- onds West along the line dividing If you fail to do so, a decree pro Attornefor Plaintiff. *
bride honored with miscellaneous the mantel in the living' room So: Cherry St ;.6 Lsecr I weeks''Mn'. the' Bradford aforesaid See 8 and 17, ..
was a Coca-Cola party last Thursdaynoon County
was a beautiful fan-shaped arrangement No invitations areibeTnp: Issued 1 Telegraphy newspaper _a distance of 133L21 feet to an
shower Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Carl Florida) .in Bradford County, iron stake; run thence' South To The Citizens Of Starke
of pink gladioli and but all :friends and"'felaliyes: and having general cir- 3 degrees 18 minutes; 30 sec-

evening from seven to nine Roberts on Walnut Street. roses.The Irish linen covered the couple are invited'to> iJlfc. ttend." culalion in 'said County. onds East, a distance of 7s.OJfeet"
.Wk':NESS my hand as Clerk of to a'. post; run thence q-
/o'clock' given by. Misses Martha The dining room table, cover-. tea table, held an artistic floral .:* said Court of Bradford County North 87 degrees 30 minutes, I have announced my candidacy for one year unexpired f

Van' Landingham, Ann Williams ed with a white linen cloth, held piece of' 'pink gladioli and roses wscs Meetl g.i : :; Court Flotida..at< ,,and Starke the, Bradford seal of County'said, 10 nl seconds.17. feet East to a concrete a'distance' mon-of term on the City Council. i iI

'. 'and'Bobbie: Jean Oakes at the an arrangement of. 'pink roses J balanced .by crystal candle hold- : ; Florida, 'Ion the" 12th' day. of Au. ument on the line dividing said
1.j I ers with burning'tapers. At gasttA.D.1957., -. Sec 16 and 17; run thence have a deep Interest In our city and its future progress and
horne'V the latter. in a, pink container. Crystal and one The business andprogrammeeting (CIRCUIT COPRT'SEAL) North 87 degrees 0 minutes

.i ]" 'The .Oakes' home was attract- silver trays held open-faced end! of. the table' was a crystal of the First" Methodist. CHARLES of Circuit A.Court DARBY of East a distance'of of 1313.58 feet would he grateful for an opportunity to serve you on the City
Clerk '
"i': sandwiches, pound cake, and punch bowl, which was presidedover WSCS will be held1'Mpiiday: .:.Bradford Florida to a post; run' thence North' 0 Council. ?.i
'tve.for the occasion with lovely degrees, 13 minutes East, a distance -
''arrangements flowers brownies.: Zinnias and Marigoldswere by Mrs'JvH.:; : Mabry, Jr. afternoon at 3:30: o'dpck. m c the Ifol1is" \ KnightAttorney : of 626.69 feet to a conCrete -; .
t' of summer for Plaintiff. monument on the line dividing Some of the projects I would offer member
in :Mrs. Canova received the as a of the Council -
attractively arranged
; ,, with the same blossoms church sanctuary. 8-16-It-9-6 said Sec. 9 and 16; con-
centering refreshment table: the living room and den. guests at the door and Mrs: tinue thence North 0 degrees, I are:
the Roberts :!\'OTICIIThe 13 minutes East, a distance of
Out of town guests included presented them to the Council met August 13. 725.95' feet to
Appropriate games were played City a post; run 1) City Civil Service Board.
honoree. Mrs. Jaudon and Mrs. .937; at 7:00 o'clock p. m., at thence South 87 degrees; 17
, during the evening and prizes Mrs. Charles Barton of Atlanta, .1flk1YfiL Starke Florida to revise the minutes rest a distance of

were awarded to the winners I Ga., Mrs. A. W. ,Wood of Green- Thomas invited the guests to see registration books of the City of 1343.64 feet to a post on the 2)) City Recreation- Department '
the Starke Florida, and the following line dividing said sections 8
lovely gifts which were displayed -
ville S. C.. and Mrs. Lane Good-
Approximately 30 guests en- names were stricken froth the and 9; run thence South 1 degree -'
Joyed this delightful affair. son of Gainesville.Mrs. on linen covered tablesin I books for the reason stated. The 59 minutes East, along 3)) Economical expansion of utilities to city limits.
the den. Assisting the hostesses 'council will be in session on the last aforesaid section line a
-, Roberts served as chair- I 20th day of August, 1957, at their distance of 696.71 feet to''a
t i. man of the hostess committee in serving and caring for the regular meeting time of 700; point of beginning; situate inSltr Your vote and support would be greatly appreciated.Very .

Donna Ratliff is visiting her guests were Mrs. M. ,,F. Hazen o'clock p. m.; to hear complaints 4of said Sec. 9, NW!4 of Truly Yours
I and was assisted by Mrs. Vernon Johnson: It any and to restore any names said Sec. 16?, and NEB of said ,
grandparents., Mr. and Mrs. O. and Mrs. Joseph Wood. Mr. and Mrs Shirley that have been erroneously stricken Stc. 17;
Silcox, Mrs. T. C.Hazen Jr.. Mrs. RANDY CHITTY
C. Ratliff in Jasper for ten Approximately 50 guests call- of Lawtey announce the birth ofa : GREETINGS: You are
Sid Shuford. Mrs. B. C. Holtzen- Andrews :Mrs.: K. E. Removed
days.. Her brother, Drew. spent dorf Jr., and'Mrs. T. G. Ritch. ed during the hours 7:30 to 9 son, .Hubert Vance, on Aug: Baker, A. B. Removed notified been brought that a against suit in you!(} herf'bY''
Hospital Paker, Ruth R. Removed
the week there. o'clock. 10 at
past. Mrs A. J. ,Thomas Jr., president t Benton S.< Jackson, Sr. Dead of you as defendants by Albert
James1 Rowe Garland Gertrude Removed Hartmann as curator of the person
of the club,' ,also assistedin Sgt. and Mrs. j Herlong, Dr. M. B. Dead and property -of Elizabeth Letsch,

serving. Birthdays Celebrated are the parents of a daughter* McIntyre, J. T. Mrs. Removed

Monica Jo, born Aug. 8, at St. Martin. A. D. Dead BACK TO SCHOOL WitP11ILCO'S '
Walter M.' Removed
With Parties Here Muhlhofer
Vincent's Hospital. !Mrs. ',. Rowe !"lluhlhofer;* Mildred A. Removed .1 GAS TOONSIBy'
Sylvia Paulk attending. the ," i Is' the 'former 'JdAnn Smith.The .: i .Martin Doris M. Removed ,

Videos School in Jacksonville: .Larry;,Derrick celebrated his Martin Henry C. Removed :
_Bradford .County' )jtospital 'Montieth, D. A. Removed .

two nights a'week.SPEED". 14th'I birthday. anniversary. lastSaturday I announces' the following] births: Montieth, Mrs D.Dead.A.-, Removedt'erkinsI.nnle .- New 1958 4SpeederLID
afternoon with ski
a Mr: and Mrs'\ James -'Aaron Puiruin. E. {;J bead '

party and weiner roast. at !his Sullivan of Starke, a Son; clarey :..ipalmes.. J; :W, Dead ,.. *. ... GIB ,BROWN
home on Bedford Lake for 20 of '. \ Phillips May, Removed
Crawford, Aug. .8.: "PTilllips, C:' M. Removed. ., "
his friends. William Purlin,' Charles 'S. -Removed '
Mr. and Mrs. James a41f
Partin Melba S. Removed DETACHES
Whitlock of Maxville, a'"son Preston Joe Removed

Jf. Donna Ratliff, who was eight James Stevenson, Aug. 7. Pugsley, John y. Ill Removed
x Pope Clarabelle Hemo'edPope
years old last Saturday, cele- Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Triest of Henry D. Removed becomes portable

in one brated the occasion with a Keystone Heights, a son, Donald, Redding Redding Jewel Lovin E.Removed Removed I

CHAIN theatre party for a few of her Ervin, Aug. 13! Roberts Margaret Removed speaker

SAW neighborhood friends. The young- Roberts Removed, :Mrs. Billie Murrhee

ASK sters enjoyed refreshments at the Mike and Penny Cqrey of Lake Sassee, Mrs. M. Dead

Ratliff home in Saratoga City .are spending this week Stewart, James F. Removed 28 J xa>d 'I.nom
Stewart Elva L. Dead
CHARLEY E. JOHNS &: SON Heights and were given favors Mr.and Mrs. T. I. Mersereau. 1 time .- Aug. 16, 1957;; a

before ,to the matinee. .
going i.v TIIR CIRCUIT cornT OF "If you'd brush up on' your
about this"question IX THE RenT COURT OF THE
X -* I\; CHANCERYCase EiGHTh salesmanship, Gib..1 Iwouldn'e
"I brought cut-rate insurance Betty Dinkins was hostess to No. 12-312' COUNTY IX CIIAXCEUY always 00'running
HoffcosV a few neighborhood friends on ELBERT' !SMITH." i, .Ulf! .- ',", ". Caw Xo. 12-311 ,
from a direct-writing Plaintiff .i rout Sot gas."'
comps Tuesday afternoon in celebrationof vs. !&!!, ALBERT 1L.VRTMANN as Curatorof : ,
the Person and Property -
ny with no'localagent. WhenI Chain Saw, with! Its ; her 10th CATHARINE' FEARING.- al :" ; '
VoriSpndTonsmission. birthday anniver, Defendants. !of Elizabeth Letsch, an> ; -n;; ',We take PERSONAL INTEREST -
had a loss I realized that it : ; I Incompetent, ,
givtt ipttd for light; sary. Becky and her guests en- ORDER OK I..rTlo'chlJ TJ. { !
Plaintiff, in satisfaction
i was 'me against the comps tutting and powtf for havy-duty joyed refreshments and' attended : &OTICK TO DKFEMA-: ', vs": i' : your

II .....ny'-iw }Iocal' ,.rr"g-Ol the coil of ONE thou taw.. the matinee. "'. ix, THE NAME: .OF" THE "STATEOF 0 .1... ,.Defendants- : '
Jto"repreisenVme :
,....o, Stop .M end! it* it u aclloa; lodaylK. To Catharine': Fearing Hari CHARLES C. COXtET, et.al, 'GIB IROWNSERVICE.

arYd''gel''m'c' a "fair riot W. Fearing Mrs.. A.", U:Scptt.if : ORDER.' :L NOTICE OF1 "ri'BLICATIOAND'.TO'1JEFEXD' : ]E 7 -

settlement. Jayne Hardy who will. be eight alive, and if any of 'the"above IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
: named persons be dead |then his) ' STATION
years..old on Saturday; Is celebrating unknown heirs d -
Question: Did I savor r To Charles C. Conley- 13.: L.
anything ;: the occasion with ''a evisees .legatees L' Shaddock William (X
for the c grantees, lienors. creditors. or 6thi.. R. ; Standard Oil Products
aggravation : Temple, if alive and if; any of(
weiner: roast for 25 friends 'thisafternoon er persons.claiming anjj ,, interest
,. ;
i :
.., rKe- above named persons bf ,deac
and low settlement: -- in hereinafter deerifiHd 'proWerty >
; the
;l re- h&hie 407 N Temple Ave. ;
.I (Friday) at the i under or 'Tigainsf then to bis unknown heir's; devisees,
by. through
ceived?" : grantees, lienors.. creditors or other
"ft'Jfc'1 J. of her parents on N.:'. Church each such deceased The! Florida : ; in
Land and Immigration Company persons aY'.lnterest

street, '. a corporation and all persons-hav- i J ,.. .
I '
claiming-any right.' title.of; ; L"
ing or
; & J. GARAGE ..following .. .
interest in or' to the

Charley K Johns BPW Club Pledges, 'lands Florida situate to-wit in: Bradford'., County V ll (:omen, .for t

Mile\ South U.S. 301 Aid To Save USO -V From the point of the intersection -
1/2 on of the South line' of
& : r Brownlee Street, which; >tsj:also
SonJgencyj \ Phone 474-R The Starke BPW club met at State Road 16, (and wail ford :
merly 10th Street), in the City :
the home of Mrs. Edna Stone of Starke, Florida withrf tin ') ;. \

j 13 Starke, Fla. Starke, Florida last Thursday evening with Mrs.. Easterly line of Avenuealso the right of l' ; ,
way of Temple
Dolly Sullivan as co-hostess. being State Road 200( ; for a ,
Miss Florence Jennings presi-
17 min-
run South 72 degrees
dent, presided over the meeting. utes East and along the South ,
I .'
The club record endorsing line of Brownie Street, for a WATCH CHECK
TO THE CITIZENS OF STARKEI went on I distance of 102.23 feet, thence

the editorial in the Bradford run South 17 degrees 4* minutes -, I
15 seconds West for a | Philco's Slender 17 for 1958
Telegraph to "Save the USO"for distance of 100.07 feet thencerun ON THE WATCH MASTER

have recreational purposs and North 72 degrees 14 min-
announced candidacy for
my utes 45 seconds West for a distance
to aid other Civic
Chief of Police of the City of Starke. pledged or-: of 102.14 feet to a pointon
t ganizations interested in this the Easterly line of Temple Mahogany with Gold Front and Back Peacock Blue

I Since. I have served for over five project. | Avenue 41 thence minutes run 10 North seconds 17 All Work Checked and Timed by or

years on the' Police force in Starke, I ; I degrees East and along, the Easterly ... and Ivory. Also ,colors. See it now at .

until'' my resignation in 1956, I feel line of Temple Avenue feet to for a World Watch ,
Hamburger, Fry: distance of 100 Mall Famous
.this experience qualified me for this point of beginning being
of Lots 6 and! 7, Block.16. of I
post. Thus I don't believe a lifetimeof .The Young Adult Sunday Temple's AU'dilion; to StLV.Ve.:\ ',

in the School class of the First Methodist Bradford CountyFUVJda ,as ( :
experience Police
per plat thereof recorded' BULOVAS ,BULOVAS C. H. NASWORTHY
i is needed for the Chief to execute his i Church is having a ham- Deed Book G at- Pages curreftt 636.pub.and: : BULOVAS

duties. burger fry and swim party at 637 records thereof of of.the Bradford 'Coun; .. t.' .
lie <
the Bill, Reddish place on King- ty. Florida .except ths.porr' ; 75
rlgM FROM $29' General
tion thereof ; Supplies
sley Lake (between Covington'sand Roads .16'ana
of State
:ot way .
I will,' if elected, execute these duties without any par- Powell's), Friday evening -200. situate In County the Cfty.; dof. ,
starting at 6 o'clock.. Membersare Starke. FOR 18 YEARS YOUR PHILCO DEALER
>fialitf. ida:
t asked to bring their,families. GREETINGS: You are hf rete, bas, GEM JEWELRYPhone
t. .
titled that a suit in equity:
VOTE The outing was 'originally been brought against ypu and 310 E. CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
planned to be held at the Enlisted each of you. and also against '

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; Tw;ek1 wjll celebrate Court 'k' or."before. the Stb.. dafcof : -Northac14Gar!;of said Sa lo the above named,persons .be dead fighj-of-way of Bessent: Rpa; "degrees, -tweaty-fou-U4) mjn
September 197;" trtTierwlSe"theallegations -StjIi .tbence'.run. ,North U then to his pr (her unknown souse 'rfin thence North Eighty-nine tes ,and-'wenty (20) second
Mark Ala's bithday, August of said r Complaint*wHI 'TSTeeiS J25Twr uteS1. West"land belrS'deyiBet grantees,''er (89) decrees, twenty-four (24) East along said Southerly

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS 14. The Johnsons are from .Nor be ,taken a confessed by you.' along the .Northerly boundary persons claiming minutes and Twenty (20) seconds boundary a distance of Si hundred -.
This notice phall be published "f Sapp"StreeLfor a distance of any 'interest in the property hereinafter West along said thirty (630) feet point.
ton, Kansas, where Mr John once each "e.1 for four consecutive ._'874.59 fm to said Point of Be.'gLnn1ngeing described by, through, boundary a distance Souther1 of beginning. j''

I football coach the week the BRDFOR .aU, of Block SS"ut' under o again&t each such deceased hundred forty-six and seventy- GREETINGS:>': *'hereb}.:<'
By Mrs. J. Russell Young Phone Keystone 3421 u. i high CUN TERPS: Range 1 West and all : Florida Land and'Immi fie hundredths (446.75) feet to notified that a .You ha. I

l = school. tis % of &-It that, )ar of Block I Sut gration Company of, Florida ,and concrete monument; run been broulM'agatpst euit each
957. West Florida Land and thence )01
i A ALA A AAAA LA A AAA AAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Range lina Immigration South (0) degrees, fifteen of the above
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kline and (SEAL) State Road % all that Cmpany.. a body corporate, a dis- (15) minutes and forty (40) entitled Court' and pause by L. G.

BAKER-KNIGHT I and Mrs. Cora Marshburn closed daughter of Kansas have CHARLES A. DAREr. part pf Block 4 South' Range s/oled Florda crpratoD. and seconds East a distance of Two Powell, also known,as Luther G.
Tp Clerk of 2 West lying North of SappStreet al part by hundred sixteen (216) feet to a individually and joined
The First Baptist Church was the meeting with prayer. Refreshments left after a vit wt the .Howard By- Mara L.'Crosby. : and East of State Road .under or against said corporation concrete monument; run thence Powel H. Powell as Executors
served the Deputy Clerk. 200 and all that 'part of Block (s); Charlie Dell whose North eight-nine (89) degrees and Trustees .of the Estate of
the setting on Friday evening, were Tuckers. After their tour o 8-S-4t-8-:0 '4 South, Range 1 West lying residence is 29 West 153 Street. twenty-four (24) minutes twen- Luther deceased, plaintiffs -

August 9, at 9 o'clock for the hostess.. Florida and their trip back to North of Sapp Street in Simon Apartment 14, New York New ty (20) seconds W est a distnc ; that C the Powell said
as York Damon Dell of 'soud 11
per : and Bertha Lee Three hundred (346)
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Kansas the Klines have touchedevery Tjmpe' suit Is to remove and
marriage of Miss Jeannette NOTICE OF IXTKVTION recorded in Deed Dell his wife, whose residence Is feet to a point of beginning.

Knight and Lex Baker. The First place i the play on state in the United States. TO. REGISTER FICTITIOUS ,Nu.b Bok. C, at page 424 thereof},.of Eat North Street Stark. Pace C-A parcel of land to title quiet to the and above confirm described plaintiffs landsas
; Is given current public records ofBradford FIori
police herr a; Leroy Dell and Rosetta the Southwest Quarter
wedding was performed in the Thursday evening was won by thereto
of families and close Mrs. Carl Ca and Mrs. E edgeville, ia visiting hapter 26.953, Laws'of Florida.AxU talntagTiJffft*. acres, more or Hallendjle. Florida; Roosevelt Dell -S7). Township six (6) South, and each of you; and you are sum-you
presence G. of 1941. will 1ea; situate In, the. .City .of and Jettye his wife, whoseresidence Range and twenty-two U%)
friends of the couple by the Rev.Malcolm P. Merizen; second, ,CoL Kline- Becky ric .daughter of Mr. .Cleric -of.the refar.wth'th, btarkiF1Oria:, -is Dell. Starke Florida; Bait. Bradford 'Count. Flotlda mne. ordered Answer and required or defensesto to file

DaVis. peter and Mr. Ciavpla.l Mrs. _Sut- and :Ms. Earl Brice. for Bradford County. Florida. upon and to 'Raymond Ralltns as ad- Osear' Dell 'and Marian Dell h containing two the complaint in said cause in
receipt ot proof of publication* mtnistraior of.. estate Andrew wife hQs reslden 1 hundredths (2.45)' acres and being the office of the undersigned Clerk .
The bride chose for her wedding ton and Mrs. .Anne James were Mrs. H C McMasters h returned this notice,, the fictitious name. nhRollns.t deceased; o. FloridA; whose; more particularly described! of. said Court "at Starke.
third, with' 'only oe.f point .Poultry Farm which' 'are residence c/o Florida i tate Hos aa follows: on or before the 26th day Florda .

a waltz length gown of send score. There a to Keystone Heights after are engaged, c on .Highway i GREEN ia r ty0 pial C atahoocie Florida; .Ed ,Commence at the Northeast uset 1957 and to serve a copy

white jullanet over 'satin. A satin blow i spending three 'months in 237 (Brooker' aln'l_ Starke. ,b fle brougnt against you and eachof die, whose Lle PrneU.llswie. corner of said Southwest Quarter thereof on A. J. Thomas Jr..plaintiff
duplicate game each Thursday Fla.Martlm. you no'defendants In the' above reldenc- 15 (SW U of Southeast Quarter Attorney, whose address Is

jacket with sleeves forming at th<> Woman's Club, 7:30 p. m. Won, N. C. While away she .graham .Rodriguez half,Interest.P.; .BorJ8' *" ,' entitled.Court and, cause by Mamie Mabel Street New' York Thomas York: (SEU) and run ten wrists was worn Fla Dixon, a : In 0 degrees eighteen minutes, on or ,
points ,at the Antonio. P/XXiPox 18, Graham : wldow.rJas r'Del ,Bryant 'her husband whose residence
INTERIM PASTOR attended two weddings and enjoyed pres thirty. (30) seends'' East alon lred by the Laws of Floridaand
$ver L dress, which was fashioned Dr. '0. Walker, head of the Fla. Interest ",.? dlvldualJ. the, f stateof Ben Dell ia,.Hood- Village. Apartment5IA ,the. Easterly boundary the Florida Rules of Civil Pro
Dated this .Fort Hood
full rMrt corded 1 a visit to her old home in Aug1t d deceased.Jasper ,as 'administrator ; : Texas; Robert a distance 'of forty-one and cedure. I you Tail so to do a decree
$ .
A.D. 1951 at Del Farad and Alfese
Department of Religion of Stet- Starke.- of :the Fred 'Dell.- Parne.ll, his fifteen hundredths (41.15) fet eonfesEO will be entered".
with sitin. Her shoulder-length Greenville, S. County. Floria. wife, whose residence is RFD to a' concrete monumentoa.theSoutherl against you for the relief demanded
and Eunice
will be the .
son University, t/8 .4t dca" 'Hu\\ Del Starke, Florida i Ben J and ,
'iZ hnsol boundary of the in the
attached to a crown of the reliefsought complaint
yen was Louella
plaintfs Johnson, his whose
the First
services at
speaker fqr suit I f.to remove residence wie rliht-t-wy of Bessent Road It I U hereby oraered tfiat this
is 1839 West Street.
pylori net set with seed. pearUJJer Baptist Church of Keystone IN THH CIRCl'IT COrBT OP NOTICE'OF INTENTION clouds' from and quiet and confirm Fl ChristIna ,for point. pf beginning. ordEr and notice shall be publishedonce

bride's bouquet was a white BRADFORD COUNT, FLORIDA TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME plaintiffs title to the above described Jachonvie rd John Diggs, From point of beginning thus' a week for four consecutive
Heights, since the resignation of IK CHANCERY Notice is hereby- given that the lands as an Indefeasible her husband, whose residence is described, South 'Zero' weeks, in the fradford Couaty ,

orchid and tuberoses. the Rev. Malcolm Davis, _until undersigned under the provisions fee simple title thereto against the Rt 2, ,Box 45, Starke, Florida; : (0), degrees, elghtten.S) .minutes Telegraph, 'a newspaper published
ALEET HARTMANN as Curator of Chapter' Laws claims of and each of and I thirty (30) in Bradford
of 23.153 "of Foid you you; Howard Johnson -and Katie Johnson seconds East County. Florida and
The bride is the daughter i ."g1ar'patr i secured. Elizabeth Pencl'and Property of Acts,of 1941. will register wih you are summoned, ordered and his wife whose residence is- i I along atoresld Easterly bound- having a general 1 said

}!r. and Mrs. Millard T. Knight R PlaintiffVs. LeUoU.. aa Incompetent, clerk of the Circuit Court, and 'required to file your written answer 1510 Asquith Street. ary a distance. of One Hundred County. -

'in for Bradford County Florida upon or defenses to the complaintIn Md.: Edna Bostwick Ba\tmore.1 sixty-eight and''elghty.fve WITNESS my nana e erk of
,f Maxville. She was given Rev, and Mrs. Malcolm Davis i receipt of, proof of of said cause in 'the office of the Smith, her husband, whose residence (168.85) feet to said Circuit Court Bradford

marriage ry her tath r. The were guests of honor at a church SIMON J. TEMPL et al, I this noic the fictitious name of underlgnes l Clerk, of .sid Court is 363 Kennelworth Street, ment; run thence North eighty- County. Florida, and the seal of
the of Mr. and Dsert Ile Motel under which'we Florida,' on or before Detroit 2, Michigan; Clint Bost- nine (89) degrees, fifty-four sid Court 'at Starke' Bradford
Bridegroom wn dinner on Friday The in business at Lawtey, the day of September. 1957. (54.) minutes and
evenig Order of Pabllrnlloa ..a No tire engage' .r. I wick whose residence Is General twenty (20)seconds" County. Florida on this 23rd day
:}Irs. Tracv W. Baker of Key- was ) the TO DEPEND and serve a copy thereof pn Delivery, Starke. Florida; Hester I West a distance of six of July A.D. 1957. \
afar nor IN THE NAME OF THE Albert Sappntlel and Ruby Hollis V. Knight pllnttf' attorney L. Thomas whose residence is hundred thirty (630) feet; run s/-Charles A. Darby

tone Heights. Board of the following OP FLORIDA: STAT Lwtey. Fla. whose addes Florida. Starke., Florida; and to the' unknown -: thence North aero (0) degrees,' Clerk ,of Circuit Court ef Bradford.

Attending the bride as her ladies served a arrange- To Simon .Temple.. Mariah L. Elroy KI ane Cecil Kight.Lawtey ., on ,or ,said date, as required spouse, heirs, devisees,i eighteen (18) minutes and thirty' County Florida.

wasMrs. W. E. Thoma S. F. Myers, Clara Elizabeth Fla. by .the Lws'ot Florida and grantees, creditors and all other (36)seconds West a :distance (CIRCUIT COURT
iiatron of honor met committee: Mrs. H. E.LUdo Rollins C; Rollins:Raymond I Dated this 2nd day of August, the 19,54 1 Floida of Civi persons- claiming any interest in of One hundred' sixty-nine and L 'A.' J. 'Thomas, Jr.. SJ.L

Baker, sister-in-law of the bride- Mrs. Earl Brice, Mrs. II. En, Wilbur F, Rol :A.D. 15. at: Starke, Bradford Procedure. you fall to so the property. herein-after described: four tenths (169.4) feet to a 203-205 Temple Avenue

groom. Her was blue satin lins, and Andrew Mace Roltins. -' ,Flria decree pro confesso 'i be enter- by through, under or against concrete monumet. on afore- Starke, Florida
gown Pcket. I alive, and if any of II U.I/1 ed againstyo1. te relief de- Jesse Johnson deceased, Clifford said Southerly boundary; run I Attorney for Plaintiff

wjth an overskirt of tulanet The Davisea were presented the above named persons be ande Johnson also known a Cliff Johnson J_th nte 'South Eighty-nine (89)_ TIU 4t 8/IS
dead his 'I \ti hereby ordered that this deceased Hllliard ,Johnson "
e unknown NOTICE I ,
of sweet- '
and her corsage was with a 'combination waffle devisees .Ieif. ; order, an4.nCtC shall be published deceased. 'Jess ''Johnson 3r NO1'TIn
ion legatees grantees, Sealed b\ds\ will be received by also' Notice is
heart roses. other once a four consecutive known as' Jesse deceased, hereby glnn"that the following described land will be o4
auJ grill :as a parting tors or persons claiming.any The Board of.Public Johnln.
his brother's best p interest in the hereinafter descrlb County. IsttctQI.otBradtord I weeks-tn ,the Bradford Ciunty,Tel., I S. Johnson, knownas, Israel at public auction on Monday, the 19 i th day of August. 1957. at City
Serving as KEY-NOTES egraph. a newspaper published la Lawtey. Countyof Bradford, State of Florida Hall
to the
ed property by t' rough. under, or ice of the Superintendent of Public Jvhnson. deceased. Janle Johnson pay amount
nan was Floyd Baker i of Keystone -, E F., Aiken of ,Keystone against each' such ,dec'eaed. and toaD Instruction in Starke, Florida, up Bradford County.circulation Florida, and In, having said- Dell,,subsequently known a$' Janie .sale fortaxes and. herein advertising.net opposite to.'th name,'*G ether .with.all costs of such
a: general I
.peraoaa having elaiinlng ti : Saturday. August Ft7, Johnson ar;ell, .deceased
Heights. Heights was appointed'a on of title or interest o. in or an)t 657 10:08 for am the. of the.Hellbroan Cuunt1. ., Johnson and Louisa Johnson.a.ms his; CITY OF LAWTEY '- WEST (OF .RAILRO.4D :
mo'vllg '
Ushers were Anthony and William two new members to the State right lands.- situate In building to cs'my hand a Clerk of said wife, both deceed, O. : 19ij ; 1956
fo1owln. Sprigs Shool W. '
'Roberts' 121tf'Le
Circuit rQpnrt Bradford COunty Johnson and 5-8 .Blk ,4 -, : ; ISO i
.to' :
Baker, also brother* Board by Gov. LeRoy Florida, to-wit: a. new Florida Florida,:and the seal of said Court: any and all unknown ;perso'ns G.. W. P..obertsliz ft cf .4 Blk except E0 15.50 1 "
bid received after specified
lvest "Any
at iron stake
an set t
CommenC Earl Prevatt (
The bride's mother wore an time and date .will be consider at .StarKePradrftrd County, Florida having or. cla.Izuingaly title;, -Blfc. 1 except Lt 7.50 ..
on August 6. He will intersection of theSoutherly ;
Col nG 2 of J fl. rgh C. Harley-Blk .
: Lot
on) thf day lien. interestby, I. ex 7.80
afternoon dress of blue chiffon. boundary of .NW' ed. Each bid must accompanied S7' tp IY4'A .r' Oe. F' Young Est-N'H of Elk 24 .i. 100
serve a member .
a of SE% of Sec. 21. hi a check or" bid bond or aganst' of said named detendantsn 4.50
poutrya iCOURT ) R. L. Bradley--East 200 ft of !
Mrs. Baker, mother of the bride- of the S., R. 22 E., and the Easterly In the certfed.of five'per cent''fbue (CIRCUIT SAL, ( to .the following Alfonsb Diag Lt 2.00 LID
Board Charl z 1A. Darby. __. lands situate and lying in Griffi*-Comm at a point 21 1 8 N of Cor of State
bid the
groom, wore ,a street length Miss Cleva Carson had as boundary a distance of 371.58of if a guarantee the that of Circuit. Court of. Bradford I County to-wit: Eadforl St and Lake Ave on.W.lj'un def; State-.St' and .I.ri
bidder awarded contract "
State Road 200 for POINTOF -* Florldi N 20 '
County Florida. ft ft N29
dress of pink dacron. consecutive Parcel parcel of land ly W-70 ft'W'30.t S'60'ft. E
guests last week Mrs. Jessie J. BEGINNING and thence will within ten days !
run 30 ft N
: 20
Hollis V. Attorney foiPlaintiffs. ft E 70 to p I
A reception for members of DeVore and M Madge Wallace in said a Easterly Northerly boundary direction, along dis- after such written award, enter notice Into being a given'written of Knght !12 4t 8la /% ing(SW4)!In the of Southeast Southwest QuarterSE Quarter Sadie CITY OF LAWTEY _. E.\T f OF 1 IHILROAD'.* ; ,. 20..01V ..JUl.. I

families andclose I a ( ) of Crawtoro-Lt 9_.. 2.00 %.n
wedding party, contract. with'the: Board, of Public twentv-seven -
of Secton'
of Jacksonville. Carson tance 635 feet to an iron joyce
returned -
of Lot
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M %n-; "ennen Hrown-\v 2.50
Court Of ( (6) South
Instruction of BradfordCounty.
friends was held following stake: run thence in an East- e..t .ud.e Br.ford Callle -Lrt 210 ft N&S by 105:i ft E&W .
with them to Jacksonville Range twenty-two (22) East, 2
All work shall be done in accordance County .
erly direction .t Flrida S. M.
at Brown-E
at home right anglesto Bradford County. Florida 15 ft'of Lt 6 ]E 54 ft of Lot 2.50
the ceremony the of Mr. with plans specifications and la Probate. containing &
for aforesaid Jessie
visit and Armstead
a now at home. Easterly boundarya -Lots 3, i I hundredths & 4.00 4.50
B. de- sixty-tour
of John Grlffis
distance contract documents which may be : Wilbur 1 \
Mrs. Baker broth of 269.45
and Anthony feet to 7 of Lot
Mr. and .Mr S. McKay en- iron stake examined at the Office of the : ceased. (.64) acre and being more particularly W. J. JlnklnsLt 1 1.00 1.50
E on Westerly S/D of 1J\
St- '
er and aister-ln-law of the bride thE erintendent. NOTICE. OF INTENTION TO MAKE described follows: 1.00
a 1&
boundary of the Ed Denefield of
joyed a weekend trip to San- right of 'wayof Bidder's qualifications must be APPLICATION FOR FINAL Commence at the Southwest % Lot 15 4.00 .
the Seaboard Air Line Rail Joyce Walker-S% of Lot 15
groom. tuck S. C. Board, of Public DISCHARGE corner of aforesaid Southwest 4.00 4.50
they visited satisfactory to the
The couple will be at home in and wher. F. direction road; run along thence in said a Southerly Westerly Instruction of Bradford County, To AH Wlo.I MT Concern Quarter ( n of Southeast Robert Soott 12 -On W A of In old SE ( RdA o if that portlOB of Lot
Y. Ys. Howe Florida. The Board of Public Instruction given that we Quarter (SEVi and run thence ling Lll
their cottage on Lake Hutchin- a. distance 371 SR Notc.e Jre 39 of N ft c)f 5
b01Utdal 2.00
North 0
John entertained o of Bradford County. 'ave report a Coadministrators degrees. fifteen (15) t : Lt ue
Yr tlna Bertha
ion. Krge ftet to an iron jtai on afOresaid Florida reserves the right to estate of John minutes and forty (40) secondsWest FloleneLt 100 E& 274 tt N&S in
at a luncheon on Wednesday. Southerly of Informalities in' any bid and wav B. deceased; that we have a distance of eightytwoand Lt 17 e S 137 ft 2.00 3.00
MBS. JESSIE REDFEABN NWV4 of SE& run' thence in r- Grifls. Louisa by 137 ft in I Lot
: a Brown-Lt 4.5ft
.. : petition for final discharge sixty eight hundredths 1
Bridge and Canasta ject any or all
were played Westerly direction bids of E% of N 32:35 Lot
DOS: IN STARKE HOSPITALMra. along said 8/2 8/16 and than we are pplylng (82.68) feet to a concrete monument I 3 e N
following ,luncheon. Southerly boundary a dh.tanle -'. '-'., 3.tU', to.'the; Honorable Theron Yawn, on the Southerly bound- 100 ft ..
Jeaaie! ; Jledfearn/16,. 'a of 906.84 feet to. point. of beginningr A of the right-of-way-of, David Mack--Lot 100 ft E&W by :!346 N&S in Lot 2.00 ..
% 'Mr.. d'IMrs C. I Sipe had I.i Florida Clfrott C..a!"fH .tT Conty & Il'dorApt. .1 Road 230; run thence in a.n Clifford, Kelly-Lot 40 f E&W by 346 N&S in I 2.00u.oa 2.58
anda Lt.1
native.of, Ga.
County, and to Raymond H.. i .. .
as their last Rollins '
week Mr. a : _:CASE tNO. 12801FRANK..D. .rl 1957 fpn-approval! ,pflvthe same and r direction and' ialong Ii. 15.50
_resident'of.,.Keystone :Heights and get Shadd and administrator of the eltat8''o r OTTINGKB. for fina}, discharge Eateny. ofa.. cue,.said cu.rv.ehaving D. Seyour-W of N 94 1 ft t: of E 12 6 ft Lot 18 5.00. 8.50 ,_
M Water Andrew M. Rollins ; 'Of: the estate! Cjadmlmstrator $. a eleven thou- RobrtustnLot) 80 ft E&W by 102 fj. N&S in Lot, S
for 8th Plaintiff t .
lljcars'died ,, daughter' of Mich. GREETINGS: You are herebr notified Grif fis,'. deceased.j ', 19 ffeJohn '
V8.; \ i. : sd. fve' hundred'fitynlne lI' fb
a ,Stark, "iHospitaJ She la'aurt 1 that a nlti jn equity has This'. the 20th.day of July, 1957. I ,,,(1,5i9.1) Godwin-rLot'ilteiefc f .t I 9'j 1
Vived by her son' Huntley Red- Mrs. Shadd I te'nee of Mrs. been' brought against. you and :each ,;ANE ,01TGE. .. .>'. Robert B:* Grtffts 'and'polphQriffis. .n are being North N&S,' &b '4flW! J.j fj f.b 611 I;
of Arthur.'Lee
Slpe. The are' on a trip you. and also against Bradford i TOIN PFEND Co-Administrators ,ot I, dlsta'le''orj slx hundred, '
I Freddie
fearn of Keystone Heights; a Shadd County. a political ..subdivision of r THE OTC OF STATE aid .Estate'. ':1'. .elghtythre and.fortJ-six. bund? Frank &ReU-r-Lqt Lu1a'Bell-LoFZ5 24 ",,' : '" : ( U.II ; :
Miss Ruth, Redfearn through Sout Florida and W the State of 'Florida Pen .SusJow,, OF FLORIDA: TH. u. t. ''-d 'It* -'1 redtha (683.4) feet 'to a' con I :
daughter, Florence
stop'over,with the Sipes on A J. Thomas, Jr.;' Leon" Rosenberg. To'.Fannie Ottinger! ,"North. Silver -'" .cjetej ,;'said Chord having J. Bel-WJSf'.911Lt: 26t''4,&%$ ni, ." "'tl. li; bi
Hot ,Springs, Ark.; two sisters, teir Sam Rosenberg.. Delia Rosenbergand Lane, Sunderland Masachusetb. Ia The County Judge's .Court IB4n4l t a .bearini pt 'Soutlteighiy: W.j! Also N,of !
way home.and Dugla P. Hardy defend. : You 'are hereby .notified that > 1l ,For Bradford County*' FUrW two" : Lt 57tenfamin %:o
Mrs. Mary Cote and Miss Adele a { degeesseventeen
Mr. Mrs. Fred ants, above entitled Court L sit in equity for-djvorce has been .' -a prte .. ... -. (17)' ; Robert 50 WsO i 0fRdiflI44t: )J/ ::1 1 3.50
Crocker,- both of; Battle Creek, Dodd and cause by 'Albert Hartmann: as filedvagaiitst': 'bff Frankwp.Ottinger i'i'c '- n .y No.' 1-172 -cOncrete ppwent.JiAig.Dn I .Franklin, -Lot 100 ft by'JOLcU'e .11LLQt2l -. J.0Q 2.50
Sylvia 'and Priscilla, spent curator the IN RE The Estate of Eva"A. Grant, tfie'' Inter of Kittles-Lot 1 S/D of Blk 16 2.00 %.50 .
'ltI person and propertyof ia .the above : fctlo" 'tores\1
Mkh.;{: five brothers r, W. kitties---Lot' 2'in Blk 16 an id W 1 Ac. of '/ ..
I weekv 'at 1 I Ben Lippin Bible Conference -' Elizabeth Letsch an IncoVpe- Court and cause; and you ar.PDt "deceasedNOTICE ., Southerly boundary of -.' Harry Lee Barler-So 165 4S "2.6o 2.50
Crocker Thbmasvflle,' Ga.:, and I tent a plaintiff; that relet moned -.ordered'" and required:-to OF FILING PETITION ot. -way, of State Road',% and LuJa fWest IkA- _t>f .. f 33 of _I L.ot 3 tJll"- .i' "I :.50.' p
Grounds near Ashville, sought in FINAL DISCHARGE thei Southerly boundary of kforesaid Brit 'l.t.SO'.J ti
said suit is to file : written answer or: defenses FOR., -
J. A.,tP.f:A. H. R., Crocker r, all I N.. a, This week Johnny, Dannyand clouds from and quiet and rEmove con'; your: to the Complaint in 'said '- .WMIiITRATORTo ,Southwest. ;Quarter; (SWJi'of )J, .' J." -Lot 33 e West 1 Ac on of I I R VJ. td side' ,. -- %.50 .\'
ef :Miami'and grandchil firm plaintiffs title to the above lonoerBi' 'Southeast Quart1 (SEV) Smlh-ne ( .VVftOUl 2.50
; ;"tour Romesa cause in the office of, the under- ,3lIWbuniJE: May Gloria 130,ft E of Rd '
then.Ui4r j -'A> a attending Rocky described' lands as in Indefeasible signedClerk of said Court.' at Notice' "hereby given that Ihl I run thence North eighty-nine Albert ,Johnson-One'Ae in NE Co .nJi.ot35. ,1 4.J2JO.1T

Bottom Bible fee simple title thereto againstthe Starke; Florida on or beote' the file4 jny .>Final Return asAdministrator .., (89) ,, degree, 'fourteen .dH( ), Jessie May 37 I t..oor' i,50'J
il ;
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Service ;wereL held:,on. Saturday Cdre's Camp. claims of you and each of- you; 9th day 15. of the minutes. West along last"" afore- : 1th-Lt- !

Aug. 10, in the Pavo Methodist M Elizabeth Campbell and and and you are to summoned ordered and to' 'serve s'"copy thereof A' tiiant' ; dec !edn estte I have said 'So-other-lyiboundary,. ,of six hundred sevejity-a distance : Fannie'Leeot Lot ,4 and 'N? 1/*" ;t'i'tHW'lin "tf1.: ;: ) I,:
Hollis 'attorney filed Petition
daughters, have returned from'yt a 'written V. Kniht. plaintiffs my for Final Discharge JPW. Robinson-Lot and Lot 46 i iC1f
Church at Pavo, Ga. Interment answer or defenses to the complaint ;' )is Starke, and .that I wn.apply to all and -six hundredths' Mary Kittle*-Lots 4 50A' except-' -'-1.1/3andSJ/S,too. .;:
with Mra. broth In said "' ; '' .(676,96)' feet/ 'to point of beginning and
in said
cause Florida ,on or before' date, the Honorable* ;
Capbel's eon' .AYaW' Charley' Ledbetter-Lot Ni&S
in thetce ,
by 400
was the Pavo Cemetery. f E&W
of the t
the E. Bobbitts undersigned sid as. required by. the Laws of Florida Joaffe,of Bradtord COlntJ. inLot52 3.01'
fay R Court at SUrke, and Rules of Court. COUY'i the' Parcel B-A parcel of land
Florida on or you on day
James Lewis ,
I 100 ft N I &S
.of August by 400 E&W in _..
of Pineville, S. C. lying In the Southwest Barber-Lt ,
before the 9th day of September Tail to do so, 8 decree con- 1957; for approval of QuarttrSW SE t
GRAND Charles Clark A.D. and to serve a copy entered against you discharge as Administrator of the ( ) of Southeast Q1rterSE Albl'tba 5 2.00DIVISION 3.09 'I
a patient .15. leo'wl.e Williams-tOO E&W 1 bJ;y N&S in 2.50
OFFICER WITH BARBECUE i i Hollis V. Knight plaintiffs rele demanded in the estate of Eva A. Grant, deeased ( '/ ) of Section twenty-seren W. Mosley-SH of Lot 57 and 1 ZU E of Lt 5
the ake Complaint. This the 17th of (27). Township Six (6) South R Lt
Veter's Hospit City. attorney, whose address I is day NW Cor of Lot 54 -
Melrose Lodge 89 of the Free His Starke. Florida on or before said This notice shall be published a/ DeWitt C. Jones'Adminlstratorof Rnge' Twenty-two_ (U) East,, CITY OF LAWTEY *CB( 3.00. ,
and Accepted Masons held a condton i reported a date as required by the Laws ef once a; week for four consecutive the Estate of. County Florida, containing Sam 4 OT'S 8150
chicken barbecue at Gold Head good after surgery. Mrs. Clark Florida and the 1954 Florida Rules weeks in the Bradford. CountyTelegraph. .Eva A Grant deceased. thirty and ninety-four.and' Joe Klng-Rown-Lt of N 276 ft of 1 Lot 6 1.50S.50 '
hundredths (30.94) acres
has to Lake City to of Civil Procedure.. If you fail to 7/26 4 8/16 Sam -One-third int in S .20(0 I of Lot 6 3.00 :.
Branch State Park on Saturday, move b S do, a decree pro confesso will WITNESS my had and thf seal I being more particularly described J. L. Nicholson-Lots 10 & f 2.00 2.50
near"him, and as soon he has be entered of said at Starke Florida, as fojlows: 1
against for
10 as you the relief -. Cout. NOTICE TO AFMfAR Lizzie McGuire 450
Aur. J. Edwin Est.-Lt
honoring Larson Commence'"at the
recovered sufficiently to make demanded in the complaintIt this 1857. the of '!AugusAD. la ClmJt C.u'.Braroq C uty.FUrUai .' of said Southwest: c C. Anderson ft square, in NE Cor 'of Lot 15 2.00 2.50
of Tallahassee, newly elected hereby"ordered that this -
I IB Ethel D. Reddish, City Clerk
the trip they plan to to their order and (CIRCUIT CO URT SEAL Quarter (SW U.of Southeast I
go shall be pub Frederick D. vs. City of Florida ,
Grand South of the Grand Lodge lished once note for four CHAHLES A. DARBY,' Rodgers Plalntft. Quarter (SEW! and run thence Lwey '
con .
former home in 4t t/16
New York State. Clerk of said Circuit Rodgers South Zero (0) degrees, fifteen '11
P. and A. M. of Florida. Mr. secutive weeks in the Bradford Court Case No.
Mr. and Mrs. By Marlaa Crosby, 10-U7 (15) minutes and forty (40) '
Larson is well Harry Walkerof Count Telegraph a newspaper L' T. A.eal the Westerly r.
: known in Key Deputy Clerk.. s.t seconds East along -
in Bradford Willie whose rest' I
Gold Head Branch State Park County Rodgers ,thereof distanceof .
tone Heights, having Joined the1uon Florida, and having a general citculatlon 8.9-4t-8.30 dence_ and. address is unknown ,Two -hundred andseventyfive '.- .-
through 'the local have had a their Mr. ,in said County.WITNESS \ ,. Ious.re.aeroi.y notuiea.u. that.a suit hundredths forty-foul( H.75) I
'Lodge,. gest
Walker's brother my hand a Clerk of la The Clrralt Court Of.Tke EI&.tl fer dlyorce. ,_ feet to' copcrete monument WE CAN SAVE YOU BICS
i a
Joining with the local Lodge,, ad family sid Crult.Court of Bradford Judicial a.aU'.1:: 5lrW. 'J A. has'been fuel against yon In-the ..for'point ,of' f_ I
Mr. beglfnln
Robert ,
W. Walker and nmedCourt and 'and
of which C. E. Mitchell of the Seal of For Co. v above' : cause From, point thus
Keystone and daughter of Tallahassee. said Court at Starke Bradford In'Ckaneery.Manile you are reaurred to serve a copy of described, continue South 'ZeroO"degrees..fifeen '

I Worshipful Master, County. Florida, on the 1st.day of Dixon, et' a 1, Plalntffsi'v your answer or pleading to ;the ( (15) ,.min- MONEY ON A, .MERCURYTHEBIGM .

were some 350 Masons .JronTkH The .Robert Walkers will makt August A. 1957. ;Simon J.,Temple et al, complaint on the Plaintiffs AtereJ ,seconds East ', I
__ William D. 4
SEAL) Morgan.
their home In Cocoa where Mr. COURT I, ORDER AND along said Westerly boundary .
cal Lodges, including officers ss-CHARLES A. DARBY NOTICE TO DEFEND, Building; Jacksonville: 2; Florida a distance ,of Seven Hundred -
local and Grand o Walkeris, In busine Also visit Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF &i fU the- original rn tn. ofnc eighty-nine and thirteen hun { .
T. ,0f J
Lge. of the Circuit Court on
County. Florida.
Ing the Harry Walkers dredths 'feet to a' concrete i .
L Past Grand Master am were Mr. I Hollis V. Knight To Simon J,. Temple Nells uP.Christiansen or before the 26th day of Au&st (89.1)on the Northerly '..r.. ..', .:,
and .Gene Daniels and children Plaintiff Clara 1 57E otherwise ,the > :
,11. of Florida, served Mr. AtCayw E Strg 0 boundary 'of the rl htofwayof '
as said Complaint be taken "
Vera Beach and Mrs -, Elisabeth. Rolns. Edna C.. Rollins 11 State Road 230 run thencein 1
Master'Qf Ceremonies, and other 'Raymond confbsitfd by : }
Wibur an Easterly direction along L:: : : !
Walker's his, noticeshall be published ,
mother Mrs. E. NOTICE TO APPEAR H. boundary and
distinguished A Andrew 1ao Roln."talve. said Northerly
guests I once each week for four consecutive
Bradford and .
C .
Green of Key Co.rt. along the arc of a said ,
Marcus Donaldson Wet Florida dead 'his eek. la the Bradford cure. .
present *ry. peronS be then to ., CuDt7'Te.- ,curve having ft radius fiu1Mih2
Grand Master Mr. and Mrs. H. Ownby Case No. 13-303 devisee?, legatees, graph.Dated' Thousand three hundred fifty-
of F. and L
have had JAE DANIEL SP1VEY, grantees, creditors or other personsclaiming this 23rd day of July, 1957. nine and two tenths .
their ,
of Florida. a guests Mr. Plaintiff any interest in the here- (Official Seal) Clarll ADarbJ feet and being (1.35.2 __ =TI

BAPTIST CIRCLE MEETS Ownby's sister and brother-in- G.ENEYA ilAE SF1 VET. matter described Poty", ,by, Clerk North a chord distance concav of ShUDdre
under each By Crosby.. Deputy Clerk \
law Mr. and Detendant through or Kt.L' seventy-six and
The Nell Pierce Circle of the Mrs. William B. NOTICE such deceased, and to the unknown 1-% 4 8-1 (676.45) feet.

Baptist Church of Lingo of St Petersburg. Th To: Geneva. Mae Spivey, whose heirs, devisees, legatees grantees to an iron stake said chord
Frt KeyStone residence and 'address In UN creditors or .claiming t&w
were their or.p NOTICE OF INTENTION having a' bearing of South
Heights met, with Mrs. J. Lgs on way home KNOWN.You any interest hereinafter'described TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NA Eighty-one (81) dgr.es thirty
tom a trip to are hereby not Ified that a property by. through Under Notice is hereby given (30) minutes -
D. 2
Payton at m. on Vir ald
p Moay, the .A suit for DIVORCE has beel filed or agamt Andrew.Rollins, undersigned, under, the provisions (U) seconds : run thence '
Aug. 5. Mrs. Chasteen, presIdent visiting Oby are MM. against you In the named N.. .P., Christiansen pf Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida North six (6) degees twelve

of the WMU Gen Kellam Billy, Court and cause and you are required deceased; and to all person having 'lets of 1941. will register wih (12) minutes (50) seconds !
ope the and Mrs. M. to serve a copy of your or claiming any right title or Interest Merk of 4h. ,Circuit Court, and West a distance pf Two
meeting with prayer. Circle Dayton Hughes a answer 0 pleading to the. com- In orb' the following landssituate 'or Bradford County, Florida, upon hundred seven and forty-tbre .
Jr. of Petersburg plaint OB the '1ainttff'c Atorney. in Bradford County, Florida of proof of publcatJo.n ef hundredth (207.43) feet to an
Chairman, Mrs. F Ellis, pre: Dayon. St T. Frank Lndrum, P.O. te-wrt: receipt the fIcttoul of Iron stake; run thence South
sided for the business xneetin } Oby's nephew, Joe Mac Starke, Florida file the original Beginning at the point of the Shepherd Radio .. under eighty-thre(83) degrees, forty-
I. Keller, and a friend ia ,of the Clerk of intersection of- the Easterly which ,,1 am engaged In' business at seven (17) minutes and ten (10)
r John Camp Mra E, I,. Toper the Circuit Court en or before the boundary line of right of way IJ26 W. Call St, Starke. Florida seconds East a distance of One ..
Brice, and Mrs. Ellis were elect- Long both of Nashville, Te 9th day of September 1957; oth of State Road 2ftO 'with the f I Inman-D. ,Gen. Raiford Road, Hundred five (105) feet to an $ .

Several visitors from Gainesville erie the allegations of sid Northerly boundary line of rightof Btarke, Fla, Iron stake; rUI thence South
e to ,the. ,Noniaating Committee I joined will' be taken a confessed ,way of Sapp Street (form f Dated for the coming year. the group for Sunday. O !by you erly :North Street), at an .Iron |957.Starke. Bradford County. minutes fifty (50) secondsEast .
Tuesday and ThIs notice shall be published:. stake.set at such-point' of Intersection a distance Two hundred J
M& Camp gave a program I IG.AY'S Y. K Berry once each week for four eonsecntlv (and Is 10rdL 7/26 j! ::815t seven and hundredths 'f
whlC oilt
I Wright of Ann Arbor Mich. arrived weeks! in th. flP1T,5'ApTi 2S .JS, feet I .' ._, .- : .(207.43) feet to tee: iron 'stake t

for a', visit Mr. Wright is COUNTY pH--- bears Suth' 1 Degrees' 'min 'M CJ tt C.ar .f/ FloridaI on' aforesaid Northerly boundary .
Dated this 5th utes the intersectionof ra IB ; run thence in an Easterly
a brt o Mrs. Alice Metz. 185!. Au'gust the Easterly, boundary lie I' F'Brere Et": ll c..tT CIf"l't C BBL. direction along said Northerly

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rushton (SEAL) of the' Right of Way of t boundary;..d along the arc
CHARLS A. DARBY Read.200 with the North line of i t01nlor a of' a curve, said curve having a
have rt from a trip to Circuit Court. Block 4 South Range J. Wut.o .lc1 ;W ,radius.of Eleven.Thousand three 1E IPE .. ..

Holly S. C. E Marian L. Crosby Simon J, Temple's fcnd with John H. PWE hundred fifty.-nine ..and .,two r I
they .
Hi. Appace I H whe Deputy Clerk. FORA PIT.OF' PEG INNING, as Ext tOrs' and tenths (1L359.2) feet and being '
visited M Rushton's family. 8-9-it-8-30 thence run. 17 degreez46mInuteagAst"and } /father' ,
They also a' at Isle i alone'said ceased. versus SEA .c1 tnc. of Six_ Hunre fifty- .
Fe eye sty Easterly "ih '
:; {
The M
'bouduJ P.OA the Big
of Palms l, Cireatt C *tt. : arefcelebrating success
.Beach S. Br..fJuf right of. Jtoad 200 cQMjpANfiLet 'al.D : the (652.71) feet to a' concretemonument Ptn w. .
Norge C. and a visit with creon lirldai. IB .. for a distance of MO.S8 feet to i TIcE OF ..T en the Easterly sales event i our history. We'a prepared
Deer Rutn's Case No. the NorthUne I ; '01 of aforesaid
1-Z9 of Block I l.a' % : Of boundary Southwest -
family in Johnson, S C FRED O. TRIYBL. Range, 2 West of said Simol.3JSoth' F.ra ,:-.:"1 ,.Quarter (SW%) of Southeast t give tu away every day i trade-in
S P&Wf. Temple's thence run : Air Line Railroad Quarter (SE U; run thence
Css Subdivision will
APUC > allowances. :
NQG Rushton had never
eare present
11y atrip tt. South 72 minutes 10 foreign corporation North Zero (0) degrees, eighteen You c .

MAYTAG WASHERS Det A Lines to'' Eu. TRYBL.Dfendant seconds East .and 1.along the dul' authorised to do business ia' (11) minutes and thirty (20) much again! S act now. Come in, drive hu ;
North line of Florida Railroad West :
of Block J ; along said East
Montego Bay, Jamaica last To E whose resi Range 2 West] and Sut Flora, known a aeonl. a distance of Nine ow new,Big M, today. ;
I OOLEMAN HEATERS deece. an address is: SUB Virginia North line of Block alona Atlantic Gulf and West India, hundred eighty-one 'and eighty' .
u weeend Ave., .. fcarl\ton. West Vir: Rang 1 West of said Suth Transit Company A. Florida -corporation two .hundredth '(IlLS!) feet toa ,I .
FLOOR FURNACES 'E Rohlin and fay of gints.Torn. Temple's Subdivision for .a die and Florida RailroadCompany concrete monument run'thence j <

Valley, are hereby aatlfiti that a Uoo of 871.CS feet to the Westerly of .the State of Florida.a .; Nor. (89) degrees
We Service All Makes I Cast C a vti suit for divorce ha. been.filed boundary line ot'the L dissolved Fr erraCD minutes and McGriff'Mercury Motors
Carl against you In' above rahtof. (2ft
h moter }r name way of Seaboar Air 'alF parties twenty ). seconds Wut 630 .
Of Appliances Howard Tuckers have Court and cause and you Rload'. '100 feet aD. through,' under or against said L feet to a concrete monument;'
Te quired to serve a copy of your cnterUn. of the West t railrcai-.companies James:. T. run thence, North Zero (I) de
enjoying a visit from their answer or pleading to the complaint main trck of said Jobs McHae,;Mamie John pee .eighteen_ (18; minute Phone & Jeff rOn

Phone 10 daughter, Mrs. Richard Johnson,. on the Plaintiffs Attorney thence run South.'17 degees Rairoa SOQte.Austn. Clifford lon.sO Bryant : an <3 I) seconds .West 47. u' .S. :
Joap K. Skipper. 221 Florida ''minute' SO seconds. and I W' A Cosby, a distance .of On Hundred six- --, : '
Starke, Florida and their gd Mark Alan. Building Jacksonville ,2, Westerly West of James 'Bostwick, I S"ol tynlne.aDd tenths (19.4) Starke "

I Mr. joined 'the Florida and file the original in the said railroad right of for J. A: 'Jamieson CddfJ" fet.to eoncetemonument- .. ._. ., For .. .
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AUGUST It, 1957 iBADPoID'mt1Nftm.lQun. .Qkn.ollD* .
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CHURCH NEWS .. .. I. .. Bin. 11. ,All, : BlvUaefJMK c' '
By ..Ozora. J. Shell : b! Bradford County landowners
&kA AAAAA4AJLLAAAAALAAAa planted more than 1.200.000C(

m s % seedlings last winter, the
I ; pine
and Sirs. Bers&ell 'tayflefd; j1 .# '
't ,. Talk it her Lee' Stone, twnfiemena- .Strong', acid children 'of Gainesville, and Florida Forest Service reportedthis ,"
I All parents of pupils that attend and Pastor Howard."' v- week. '
Methodist Church I Presbyterian Church Mrs. Emma Mott of, Brooker .
schools in Bradford'County Statewide the record-smash
; Returning to Starke 'after a were Sunday guests of Mr. arid
Sunday" School, '9:45 a. m. Friday, -Adult Choir' practice are invited to' attend a' clinic on delightful vacation in Albany, .!fr!. >#:ji'ewis. ing total of more than 190 rail a.
Health and Nutrition at RJE Ga. are Zelhpia and .William lion pine seedlings f\ were put In
Morri1 Worship, 11 a. m.. 8p.m. rMraV A'F.( Hall! anfr daughters, *
cafetorium on MOhday afternoon, Florida landown*
the ground by
Lane Jr. They
were accompaniedby
creation time for MYF :Re-t; Sunday School, 9vs a. m. Aug. 26. The session' will beginat -" ':;,1 dora Mrs. 'Bdw&rd. nr -. and .Mis* ers. The total is more than"'dou*
their ,
Worship and business .meeting Morning Worship 11 a. m. Union 1 p. m. Guest consultants will Lane; who gran visited with mi I her Dicuirie i ; :'pali; !, ,.alIt!.of ,Jacksonville.werV : tie last year's figure of 87 nit; l
for MYF, 6:45: p. m. -Union: Service -t Evening Worship, First be Miss Shirley Rigg, Regional children here "for1' a' weeKJAllpur visiting Mrs.*Hall parent's. lion seedlings planted. .
: Methodist Church, 8 p. m. Nutritionist for' the Florida therfy8aCMcBaesiast.; ; Saturday,
id'be held in this church vacationists, and visitora' rport' & For The previous year, ,Brad'}
Thursday Junior Choir'prac- and.alwere.dinner: ; guests of Mr.and. ,
State Board of Health, 'Nurse :' ; : landowners
this Sunday(. 8'p. m. Rev. W. S. tice, 2 p. .m. McKnight, Mrs.: Jack Trawick, The'a morning'servlce wonderful time.. .at' Mount'h' ":' .- is", 'r. !Crosby. more ford County than W.000_ pine planted seed! \"

McAll% of the Presbyterian Dr. A. Y.. Covington, and ..Mrs. M riah-' Methodist Church was 'BE J McRae of. Stark broughtur lings. '' ,'" l

: Church! will1"'bring the message: At The TabernacleA Alma Royal Jenkins, manager 'of conducted, by;) the .pastor 'Ii'.E:. the sad 'news..of the death1 of -1/ 11t VI I '"A, bumper! crop of, seedlings'' ..Jt'
the RJE cafetorium* ,who has recently Mr. McRae's cousin : Tara- '
Christ's Henry4
:{or Sake. I Stripling} ; and the: afternoon combined with the added production
r' request fora .complete soil : her third work- 'it' hii home in LJacksonville. "
completed tus Feec// Cover TQke"y from new
Wednesday Prayer Meeting message was brought by Rev. I 1' Crops 'I gained : our
of First Samuel, which can \y'el'! shop ''at'' B thu i-Cookntan Col He hid been 'ill.for a long time. ,
&nd' "Bible1! R. ,Chiefland made
Study, 7:30'p.: m. M. Thomas, of Creseent'ty.1brs. ( I nursery. at thjT .,
Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30. be applied to the present day' lege. .She comes. with. 'many Improved 'Ethel Williams and. two Hiss Patricia Alvarez..has returned ----- t bigdifference,!' said R.A! Bon- ..
was brought by the Sponsor of methods in the school .home '
Services sisters few after .a' visitwith ninshause Forest :ManagementChief '
are, broadcast every spent a days visiting '
the Gospel Tabernacle the lunch that will her .-brother-in-law !Sister 5 Mt.
program improvethe their of the Florida Forest. Serr
Sunday over WRGR' from 11:30: aunt,' .Mr Georgia Perkins ,
to' 12.: morning worship hour Sunday. health and nutrition .of our Of, Bradent and Mrs. 'W.. :D,: DuBose' in ,Jack. b&' L 2t'. 4 ,ice. .

Special music was by the McKinney children in Bradford County. TheSisters of the South will 10nVille..Mr.. and Mrs Lavon Alva Almost 150 million !seedlings

Family. Rev.' Ted Rodda Parents are strongly urged to I I rez"1h Orlando, and Mr.-and'-Mrs I wre nrodured I in the three Florida -
Lutheran Services render a song feet at Mt. --Moriah I : -' _____ ____ _
J' of Palatka will be the speaker attend this important clinic.,, J.. L. Alvarez at KirtgsJey' Lake. Forest Service' nurseries for
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, '
T __ :
next Sunday morning. The buildings Health is the first cardinal aim I [ distribution at cost.to land
122. E. Washington SL under the auspices of'Mra.. : Mrs. Vara Mitchell' h 'returned .
Regular services will be held are always cool and comfortable of education. Without health you]I Brooks, for the benefit of the to' her 'home in ,Macon, Ga. after owners.
and those without a cannot do anything, even attend balance were produced iq
at '7:30, Sunday evening, at our : Sunday School and its program. spending "a while' here with hex The
church home ,
new' location, 122 E. Washington are especially. in- ance at school is impossible The public is cordially :invted., brother-in-law and sister,'Rev. and nurseries operated by privatfinduVries.
.t I' Street: vited and welcome. without good health. Remembei '- Mrs. W. Hall. Nine private Industry
(near Walnut Street.) : On the fourth Sunday, Aug. E. Theyalso'VisitedRev
The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt. pas CHRISTIAN CHURCH the date for this meeting: Mon 28; 'the5 12-morith rally will _beheld : > and Mrs. J; E. Murrhee at 1 nurseries also are accelerating

tor/of The First Lutheran Church Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor day, Aug. 26 .time, i p. m.,p under the direction of Mrs. Hilliard because;of' the illness ol j I th-Mr orortucti to provide; land;

of Gainesville, wuT conduct the Bible School,. 9:45: a; ra. ..Morn place, RJE caIetor um. L; ;M. Royal; chairman, andMira Mrs Murrhee.Mr. : _i Owners with' trees. '!j
services. On Vacation Bonninghause attributed jar\
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Youth i Ethel V. Singleton, co- and },{r& Robert, Myricl '
,'All and Mrs. EddiTtompkIns of the increased interest in ]tree
persons without a home Church, 6:30: 'm. All '
p. young. :' ; chairmaht. t 'The 12-month chairmen were visiting-the. M.' McRae itc "-- ''
Church are, invited..to attend. people Invited. are spending a few [ planting to the federal' govern'tt
are"as follows f Jan., Carry Friday afternoon.Saturday guest! :
prosrtni Thf
fs Soil
days 'In'I, Southwest Florida wip I t nv
::..ri, :: == _H ColemanFeb; Trudy. Kelly; of the McRaes' were the Rober
-: ; relatives.They plan an extensive Soil Bank' program! conk'
March,. Rosa Ghent; April,. EthelV. Taylor family ,of Olustee.Misa available to
fishing trip while' away: 'Betty rr servation payment
ERSTBAPnST11UHSTARKE Jean Crum is spending several .: Singleton; May; Ethel J. Williams Dianne Hall of' 'Jacksonville farmers 'who' convert part o.{

l weeks with her :.Godmother in : June, Sara Desue; July' is spending, thin' week wit!: T .. '. -- '.-.,,, theit: ,crop producing .acreage tatimberland.
L. M:. J3. ,'" < t:' 'f' J t) .)/ .
: Royal; Aug. Maybell $*
Fort 'Lauderdale. The Shells are her cousjjj>>, Miss ,Gloria:: Crosby .- ;
'With! the .end of the season Bearing ,for spriisg vegetable crops
Roberts Seut. Leola Goins Oct.
FLA. ; ; : 'the This'as' the. first year hat
She hasenjoyed 'singing
return this :
in Georgia, and will '
'" : the farm ; beginning to' fall 'oh feed. and cover crop'ssuch ..
Annie T. Williams: Nov. Annie 'cQ urse'. at'Bayless Highway Bap spotlight seedling ''produCUOIhatt. :r i crt ...
week to bring their daughter : I '
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home. for school. Sue has" 'spent J5 Dell; Dec., Ethel Young. The list Church every night as 'are shotI here. In p'photo', County Agent George' B r- come close to meeting the fle-

REV.4LEWIS HAINES." Pastor the summer in Atlanta with her Youth'Chairmen' are Constance I gins examines the grain on stalks of DeKalb hybrid sorghum mand. In past years, the jTlorlda [fJ

Jefferson and Court Streets'- .In The Heart of Town grandmother Emma Hunt. .Sister Williams 'and Evelyn Young: V VT V YVY V YVY VYVY YTTY YTY.1 grown on a. 95: 'acre field by Z.. 'W.; Hamilton near Brooker.. Huggtas Forest Service was forc d' 'ttfcut

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Albright left the city last Bro; Oscar Dell asks that all said that sorghum is good as a feed crop because it can be grown orders as demands flooded in "
of the men to be present at Mt- for than could be produced
week to visit her daughter, .UEUR."RONN I ,after 'the spring crops are finished, allowing the farmer' two or more
Moriah this slack the FlorIda -
Sunday morning at To take up the '\
Jessie Mae McCollum of Atlantic '. three crops on his land. This variety is new in the county having constructed
Sunday Sermons; 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.!\ 11 b'c1ock.-Wm. Holland; re- j + *: ? Forest Service ,40
City, N. J. She had as dinner !Hy Bin. Ancel, Norman been tried in only three 'demonstrations. It's particular' advantages last year} at ...
Sunday,School 9:45 A.M.!\ Training Union 6:45: P.M.! guests before leaving Rev. and a new nursery .
'AAAAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIe are that it will thrive under adverse conditions and live in a wide, 'Chiefland. The other state seed :
Mrs. A. Vinson, of New ,10
loeated'- at
Midweek\ Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. v Bethel Baptist. Sister Albright porter.NORTH : tteilbVorin VVMU met'at the variety of soils. It Mill produce 95 per cent as much grain as 'anycorn ling Munson nurseries, near are rensa ola, ,and
'Iluggins said. 1-
Hear the Sunday !Morning\ Service over WDVH at is a faithful member of he SIDEBy church last Wednesday; I1-t.i p. m Olustee, near Lake City., 1
church and a member of Choir for ..tJ.1 program and ,business In bottom photo, Ben Holtzendorf, Sr., and Leon Carter, soil conservation

11 ,a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. No.1, Sister Lottie English, meeting assistant discuss this, stand, of' crotalaria one .of the I NEW RIVER J*
Carl Brown.. .
.. pianist. ,1 '> '"Bapfismai serVIces ..will.be held< tallest hi -the CountyC/The i atriata- crotalaria: is .grown as.ia, cO\'er. 'BAPTIST'CHURCH '

t... Camp Good Times AAAAkLAAAAA&&k&AAAAAAIMr. ,j unday, afternoon at'3 o'clock at.. Irrop1&nd; ; some 'farmers 'are experimenting :\\'lth.it: ,in:the-fualdrit 'Sunday' 'School.J Itf a. aL "B7or2 ',

.\All the persons that attendedthe I and _Mrs. Titiman'Norman. ;; 'Bill Reddish's' place.on'r.Kingsie:: ; of hay,!This ',: rietT is' pt'tbxic'To, animals., ::''>:' ..> '- *... :.sh1pHouf' l1' \a.'m.:Evening'km. 3.

Baptist i Women's Camp at Carl Brow ; :and Rev,",E.:C..,;Har. Lake'for RayNorman' ( Rpnhiki'mbrelL 1 Ice.: .7 phitPriyorteklnt&Cb; 'S!

S Street Church St. Augustine 'on the ''Florida ;v..nd. son ,enjoyed 'last, week(! :Ignored Light' '," J.{'' '"Anytime a policemandoesn't Wednesday;' 't.c8G'p.' pirkairdtor.&eront,

Madison$ Baptist Normal ,& Industrial.' Memorial!: at Ridgecrest: j..Baptist Assembly J. B.' White returned home 'Sate, ;,\ .s ". 1 J : 'anything else todo.: 4 heea: Wflleor t '' -L 'Ti. _:.j !, ,' .
College reported an enjoyable f ''dpwn, to 'the light: and be :
campus ,
in' North Carolina. day from 'a. few.pays*of ..observation .. ,. forfeited' *
Jl egro
(Presently !Meeting Washington and Grand Sts. .' feRobertLee ;
) week ,d ilrtg the camp 'Causes Arrests: tire- b' catching, somebody po-
Brown treatment
.Shirley spent' several and in BradfordjCougty' ;; $54 bond ion charges of .public I.
Good, .Singing, Forceful Preaching program.: A record breaking days last, week with, Frances Hospital.llrs. . i -t t_ licemah.Carl.Fillyaw': said'and intoxication and driving without
group waa\ in attendance from M 'tin. .'. i, ... he1 never has' to sit there more :
i .
White'and childrenof : driver's license.
Bobby The' 't:affic light at tee inter- a
EACH LORD'S DAY all 'over Florida. Ten boys and than 15 minutes before someone
| A, birthday. party was given : ... '.
Fouiaio '
of last '
GI' spent
: I part section''of" veriu and
-Temple. '
: 'flu'run ,the'
girls"lfromyfeiarke'rattfende'd.I, of last week in honor light.The! time -ol f '
Sunday School __________________.;__ 9:45 A.M.\ Church News oft Tuesday Jimmy. Martin ,on his tenth j weeIt with'.Mrs.J. B. White, while the.'FUiifwI'road.is! : proving to>be. daymakes. no{'.d ference -.either r, FOR( DEPENDABLE '

.Morning Worship --------_____________11:00 A.M.\ .Antioch.Baptist Church, Rev: annive -After'. a''number' of,' mv.White .'was confined' .the the most' ignored' light that 'ever -'lI':I policeman said; .Violations ? *

George Lee, pastor, -recently- or- ary. hospital..,';' j", ;SvasTrarid, 1'e..' big money maker.for: .occurj I jus.t: as much' in the daytb1n : .
games, refreshments were served ,
., the cjty. \ Termite Control '
'elect- 1 the sick'list this weekis : !
Training Union _______-____________ 6:45 P.M. ganized a church choir and by' Mrs. Myrria Martin, Margaret Alao\on ; Jl lat.11lgbt.I' .

t Evening Worship _.,__________________ 8:00 PJ1. ed the following' officers Mrs. Brown, and E. C.: Clark. 'About: little.lMichael.Lee: ;; 'Last.' .- : week) the' : light- netted" : : the, '; Those; ;' forfeiting$12: bond inMayor's 'C Household ft Obmi&eztii&r .5'I
Gertrude Carter president;: Mrs. 2 :BIfl Green was' home with nis city; a total of sl o'.from 10 : : Court last week,' 'onjcharg
Pray'Ser ices & Business !Meeting\ Wed. ,7:30 P.M, 20( :young guests enjoyedthe, persons Pest Control .OI ;" :.
Mae: Dean; secretary?, Mrs. party' with :rJimmy.. .family 'for afew!] days this week. charged) :with : 'falling:to + 'of ;.Tunningtlight were Pai-: I .*.,. .- .: : i : -
Brown, treasurer.; Mrs. Emma f Happy:> birthday. to 'little LynnS :-' lfr4n4jMrsRayiniiaid! Redding ieed. 'tj'.ffii signal. According to tricia HigginsohJ 'Patricia';X3lear; 0 Grove Spraying-

Williams, librarian; 'Mrs. Mabel l and ; 'were'1.vis1ting .police the- total'co'uld'' have been 'A.. Falsett, John 'A.' ch a.cu .
Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial Invitation pp on his first". anniversary land. abY } ; ] rlton, }f.
Lee; business'manager; Mrs.. to his grandmother, Mrs. G. L .relatives!here"last weekend. not if they had, had time to Armstrong, L. A. Medlin, Bar- Fa. 8-6055
To In Starke's
Worship Youngest Church }t
Ozora Shell pianist. Plans are be- Sapp who celebrated last week. Barbara''Jean Norman is spend- Watch .the light more -closely. bara P. Adams, V. B. Legon, An- 0

Nursery open for all! services Room for all ing made to complete ,rehearsals, Mrs. Irene Anderson spent ingt'partof-' .Vacation 'with Policemen were at a loss' for netta L. Ferett, and Robert Florida Peat Control

I and uniforms so that the choir Saturday night in Mayo with friends*-and ;relatives in Jackson-. an explanation of why the light Moody, .Jr., ,Negro., & Chemical Co. '

REV. JACK H. MABRY, JR., Pastori can make its first appearance on her mother, Mrs. Fred LanIer., \rtUe.1 Is ignored s, flagrantly; Most fix other cases in'' crty court, ; -

i Sunday Sept. 1. The pastor's Mr. find Mrs. Carl ,Sapp and '[Miss I Delores -Morgan ot White fcf the violators are motorists Ernest Smith,,. Negro, pleaded 24 N. W. 16t.* Ave -

T. NOLIN,' Supt. Sunday School wife Is purchasing song' books sister. -Mrs. G. Jones. ,and Mr. Springs was" a:weekend- guest of driving south on Temple avenue, guilty to public intoxication andwas GalneevWe",, Florida '

for all members from the music 'and 'Mrs. John Benny. Saoo. snent. the R. L.; Morgans. they said. sentenced to $37 or 7 days. ,
store in Ocala. More male voices ;
; Sunday at Daytona. Beach. Sunday guests of .the E., C. II r
are needed. The pianist is on Mrs. Patsy .Sapp spent last Johns family were Mr. and Mrs. ""

I vacation but the next regular Wednesday with her mother, Mprria .Johns. and .family of Jacksonville :
rehearsal for the choir will, 'be Mrs. H. C. Taylor, in Middleburg. COME IN
and Mr. and Mrs.I''Gus -- GET OUR DEAL "
held on Wednesday, Aug. 21, at Mr., and Mrs.rDempsy Clark I 1.
],ThinriasTjOf St. .r.et .,b .rg. ,Mrs.. .
7:30 m. All.oid'and.. new members r '
HUNDREDSof p. and children 'Mr, and Mrs. .Bill Thomas fi'the former Leila Johns, :
are invited to' 'be presentRev. Patrick and,: 'children' were' InMiddleburg : ." .
.nFece: of E. C. Johns" "= .,.
George W. Lee, pastor; '.Saturday' night:. ':c:" "
details are managed and economically Deacon Carlswell, reporter A birthday -dinner 'was 'given f 'Dale"Knight, l of Jacksonville
: On This
:llaskweek: ,. ithb;; cousin- 262 Sq. In.
I attended that only a trained and :Mt., Pisgah A. M. E.' Church, in honor'of Mrs. Mary' Brown i ; ". '

careful organization can,attend'when Rev E., L. Walker pastor on her 83fd birthday anniverisary Ray,Norman.1 '

the for held the last quarterly : con- ;at her. hone;::19.$1'.5undaY: -
urgent need. serving Is.at "
., hand. 'ence on Sunday Aug 11; .at 3p.\ Among 'those attending were Mr. . ,,. .
.. __ > J4.riLeiip
; m. All boards and clubs'were and Mrs. Lacy Brown, Mr. and "Kenneth" Tyus*,' 'Radarman 'S-c, '

I .. asked to be' present 'and make'a Mrs. E. C.: Clark. .Mr. and'' Mrs. son of Mt.- and Mrs. H. K. Tyus

full report. Rev. A. W. 'Bo les. Carl Thomas and children,, Mr. fl' Starke. has' been :honorably

DeWITT C. JONES Presiding Elder; Rev. E. L. 'and Mrs. Ancel Tetstone and discharged from ,the-U! S. Navy,

Phone 7 ',Stark, Fla. Walker, pastor; Mildred' Aaron children Mrs. Mora Clark and attached the U..,S.. Naval Receiving ALL CHANNEL
I secretary Sister R. .L. Walker, and Mrs., Dorsey
; children, Mr. Station. ,. Norfolk. ,' Va. .
I Funeral Director Ambulance Service ''reporter. Byrd and children, :}Ir. and Mrs. -1 j n -

t I Our local to.,.&! bom n&blM u to offer convenience eMI Sister Gldays Blye, faithful A. W. Brown and family 'Carl KINGSLEY LAKE!: .f Pull-push on-off knob
for the Greater Bethle- kc ,
services aot cthtrwlM arallable.W reporter Brown and children, 'and 'Hutton-- MISSIONARY BAPTIST
I 'hem Freewill Baptist Church, u Lee Clark of the U. --Army, Su.daySchoclP:45: a.ni. Morn- ? Top tuning i '

I UI I' Sf "rISS I II IIJtJ.r 4 JgJ.II 'Vacationing in Macon, Ga.. with who is home' on 'furlough.. tng'Worship 11 ant ** .Evening

I furftitt the 'hlghwt! typ' : erric* at lowett price. an4 ''her family.' She was called' thereby Service 7:30 p.n. Prayer MeetIng 'k kT: Cinelens( face glass
aoo.t 'ANT '' the death of her brotner. Vvyvvvv Vvvvvvvwvvv V VY TV V -leb'Wednesday '7:30 p.m; Every- -'
I life insurance policy in force lataed bj ANT -'--
They will return to Starke in 'wejoonie.- lev,..R. .H. ,Mott 'i: Up to $5,0001 volts of. picture
I osasy1 u payaiat la pan .r Sa full OB a tuicral.Ooasuiution t '' "' '*
L earriea ao tbUpUan.' 'time for the opening of school. GRAB All rlira lastor. I power 01

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Singleton -- .'
Sr. enjoyed the visit of their CARD OF THANKS Many other features, .
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1 ,NEED PAINT?. Jensen Beach and Stuart. 'Mr. : ; Mr. d' .Mra IL 11. itIdy cere the appreciation I kindnesses to'extended'our friendsfor toduring' I 3' C- -, : : Giant Size Trades1

and Holland !
Mrs. Anderson JKif and children and Mr. and Mrs. .., .
our ,recent .bereavement .,. _
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I y. Jacksonville also visited ,the Howard Williams; and .childre ,j < : : '

NOW can paint Singletons recently. ...-- V Ul ef Jacksonville,''iir. and'Mrs. ;'!rs. Viola'-Ei;< Adams and family ) '.. ....' ..\... r ,.... >! ,::0.i' J t ;'
you .zi Church News w j j; B. 'Wright :'and children; of, ,. A: "" '"8 .- ',, _...... : >>. r
your eiitire house'for / The First Born Church! Youth StarKe,,'S. Moody Jacksonville, : .

Council was held, recenUy in and, "Mr. and- Mrs. John 'McKiri- ,h_re'. in'G, rWm tod )have'moved '
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half the regular-. cost by j; d .. Starke'u very successful hey and* children enjoyed' >prayer .. ,, :: C: ''J'n i iIi. O."DELrVEisr: r

,- I Little Mary: Lee Lane was 'meetmg at .the"home-of Mr-'and J.I '. ap3 |Mis.. Parwpod of_, 'ji i .T I

brushing out the Middleman. \ crowned queen of the district :'Mrsy-John oo.saturdaynighV. .W&ldcnd\Mri And-Mrn.' 'Junior'Dyeli.G : e

JT for' reporting the biggest amount Mr.vand .Mr ,P. 0., ,Zt41.i 5 Cedar, Keys. ,last

!of money. ,She is the daughterof visited Mrs. Lizzie Hines in High Thursday. .

r the William Lanes. ,On the Springs )Jut Btfhday. 'w.uri lorry to 'report that
2 Gal./ of Paint fpr Price of One; third Sunday we will celebrate Mrsv MaudeSurrency. haa Philip' MartIneait,had-to!be car- 90 DAY I

'Youth ,Day. The president, Sister i been. sick ,buV ,is able to-ba upat Tied' .-back. to; the, hospital in.

Teresa Gibson, invites all youthof the present time. : Starke, He is improving: at thiswriling. ,
I the city to take?part in this :Mr. and, Mrs. Bobbie Sumncj i i Electric Service
I program beginning 8 p. m. of Tampa' 'Vere' 'here ov r 'tm:. Mr.'.and !. rL !Ml, Campanella. Winkler
$5.98 Gallon ) -
$2.00( .Quart
I Adults knd small-children 'are weekend. and dauglitef Joai hivif ..refurndafter -: '
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also invited. The' main address Mrs. Annie Ward and Mrs, ,, .mqath's t.' .vacation. in] : 3

will be' delivered by Edler Helen Maxie 'and children oj:! New 'York t.t / .! Phone 16?

MARY CARTER PAINT ,STORE Echols of TVaycrosSj Ga Members Waldowere( supper; guests_ Leonard, Moody is, spending a 234 .N.,.Temple: Ave.fe .. A- v -' ,j. 'j
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,, of t>ur" church attending the Mr. and Mrs. John McKinnejThursday :r week' with relative In JacksooJenaings -I : : j I
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Sunday School Convention in night jTsf' 'Yi11' 'I" _' j .4)1
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21'4Y" 131k 'St. Ph, FR6-7588-Gainesville Waycross, Ga. were' Teresa: Gibson. *, Mr. and Mrs. Carl'JOD9' ban r :. ; Starling spent th t : ; ,-, ',r .' .'_- ;, ,, '. ....
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PACli EiailT1 : :. '- '-::" -- --' -::-= ,---' BRADFORD' !;COtTYTELEGWItST4RKE.! ; '-n.oBIDAt' ,. -, FRIDAY, AUGUST ,16, 1931-

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v Consultant I benefits, GI Housing loans. Dr. Stith To SpeakAt John S. Sapp 75-. Rites:To Be Held'' :-';'" TFIaJ.I :F mil. 7 -- C:. r Home Entered S :.:' fc : ltemasto1en, '' .were$60-- --to* cash 'J

I Mr. Crawford represents the ,several sheets and: a mjxer,, ,theu V,'

.Al Crosby, county service 'of-i, headquarters office of the Florida -[ 1st Baptist ChurchDr. Dies In Sleep/ For, Mrs. Starling t Holds ReunionSixty '. The "home' of Bill Bass /m .the deputy sai4:The thieves' entered ;

< \ Department of Veterans Brownlee road 'was broken into by prying: : open a screen,:door."Haas .
fleer, for Bradford County hasj I I M. Chandler Stp of. Mrs ;NettieA Griffis Starling, members of the familyof !
his _
Affairs, Pass a Grille, and. Sheriff invited Joe A. Crawford to his services are offered free, of Washington, D. C. will be guest John Shipman Sapp, 75, died 85;, died Tuesday. Aug. 13, at the late Mr. and Mrs. A. C.Hall Friday:\ night, Deputy this D'I : II

office.IKtechnical as a consultant to discuss I charge to all concerned.You speaker. at the First ,Baptist Thursday afternoon. at, his home. her home at Heilbronn' Springsafter met July 27 at Strickland'sLanding R. .Redding reported I
i-" along" illness. She was on KingsJey Lake' for
and in Lawtey following a prolonged
questions problems make Church this week.Rentft
an appoint Sunday morning
with may He' born in Clay County on, March their annual family ,reunion.
veterans and thefr survivorsor illness. had been a residentof
ment with Mr. Crawford in advance TraileIt
Dr. Stith is the son-in-law of Sell It *
dependents residing in this through the County Ser, Lawtey for the past 47: years. 16, 1872.: but had lived most of During the day they enjoyed .

area, with regard to Veterans vice Officer at National Guard Mrs. H. L. Bro nlee., and has Mr., Sapp was a native of her life in, Bradford County. boat riding, swimming, bowling,

Administration benefits such as I, Armory where Mr. Crawfordmay spoken on many occasions at Baker County and the son. of She is survived by three and a picnic lunch.It CLASSIFIED

hospitalization, education and be contacted personally on the Stake church, whfcre'he was the late John P. and Ann Tysen daughters. Mrs. Lorena 'Starling, was decided that the 1958 WITH A TELEGRAPH ;
Cocoa.i.Mrs. Leona Crawford, reunion would be held at Strick.
training, insurance disability, Aug. 16, 1957, from 9:30: 'a. m. ordained. >, Sapp. He was* 'Ji of the '
widows ChurJrl <"aridf < Lawit yjand; Mrs.LLpuise Stat land'sagain..
and dependent parents to 12, Noon. Dr. Stith is Executive' $ecre- Evergreen 'Baptist J" V 30 WORDS OR LESS. Oae IasrtIo. (MIml w Once) ,-- ..TIEACHf
I tJi Masonic Lodge ULawtey: Springs;..six sans, WORD OVER a ; ----.;. ** Per Wr
tary of the District of ,C Iu ibiaBapti.ct ,:
jpe.and. Brooks of "
: i Surviving' are his Triet,)Bessie 4 Starling V, :e% DISCOUNT OX REPEAT [EfSBRTIOSS. SAME AD
TIMBER. FOR SALE Convention, a place' he : Jacksonville; f '
Rosier Sapp of Lawteyonfour ; Wilmont Starling.Lawe't Me ADDIlioSAL_FOR BLIND ADS OR .ADS SOT PAID CT ADVANCE.
4' We are offering all merchantable" timber for, sale on has filled for more thanlS years. daughters, Mrs.. Jeanette plubb ; Jercy" rStarling, bcala; -. i.

100 acres of 'land 'fa Bradford County, ,Florida on thee He will be welcomed, byhis'many" of! Salina. Kans., Mrs.;* ,:Mildred Alonza1\ Starting; .'Heilbronn PMVeIt; I II CLASSIFIED' DISPLAY' .:------,-_.-' $X: Per'fa..1t,First Ii.evktTs I
friends who will want to bear Springs 'and Kenneth rJCH: FOR SAME 'AD REPEATED ONE! OR MORE: TIMES '
ok Starling, '1.00PER
following: terms and conditions: .- him services Petzel. of, Gervais, :, 'Mrs.-', ,.
the 11 o'clock
at "f'--' Starke; ,and one_ sister Mrs. i 92M:
Sharon Eiland of Hampt nl and ,. CARDS OF'TrtAHKrpT, :Wfff) -: -- -- ---S.--- "
;The purchase Is Senie'Prevail, Lawtey. Also surviving JI .. WORDS --- ----'4 C *t. Per W tJ _.
*,. price to be paid In full within five days Miss Patsy Sapp of Lawtey; six I OVER 18 -----

.after Agent notifies purchaser that' bid has been accepted Bible School Lists sons, John G., George W., James are 52 grandchildren, 70 I sun; Mon.,, .,Tu es."..h. } I1oILiALs..AMY HESOMJTiosi' JH-'.-- -' '4 c..t. pr .w'r : I

84 and Charles" P. Sapp all' of great"grandchildren, and two I" :, AUG.;> 18, 19,20 ;1'-- '
by owner and that timber ,pales, instrument hasbeen Record Enrollment ;, ": ; .' I S.'S. V >
Lawtey, Joe D. of .Wesconnett- *, great -gr -grandchildren.. ; f I okE 'AND TWO BEDROOM 'turi sb- NEED TIRES fr ;
executed by owner;; and Is ready for delivery topurchaser. Funeral DOUBLE .FEATURE, l&r- .rent., ,.Pbofle Get them now pay aa you ride,. ,
servIce ,will be held .Apartments; "
and William E. Sapp in the U. budget terms.
for our easy
Vacation Bible School closed tfchg
il W.- T. Jackson.
Timber SS.
may be cut immediately thereafter.Bids I S. Air Force stationed iD' Colorado Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clockin V. Lacy Conway 8ales* and'' Sen.lc"UnloD

I are' to be opened at ,116 Ifortli Walnut Street in last Wednesday night at the I : a :brother; Walter Sapp of the Church of God. at Starke. NAKED POWER 66 MOWERS Service.: FOR 411 S.RENT WalnutSt. ':VTiny1 -Pus Station, 'Starke.V Via.tfcbg.- *i
Starke, Florida, at 12:00 o'clock Noon, Saturday, Sep First Baptist Church of Starke Sanderson; five sisters,. Mrs. Burial will follow in Kingsley IN THE SUN Also new mowers for Sale. SEAT all
t while PLASTIC COVERS for
tember 14, 1957. The owner reserves the right to reject with the largest enrollment in Annie Rosier of Lawtey, Mrs Lake Cemetery with DeWitt C. you Easy mow.payment'Buy plan.where Pay you can makes and model autos -' $%1.5

any and all bids. ,the history of the church accord Flora .Proctor!" of Macclenny, Jones Funeral Home' in chargeof With Lita Milan & Jas. Craig, get service on what yon buy.tf chc and Shepherd's.up. Installation. free tfchg at

ing, 'to the pastor, Rev. L. D. Mrs. Ruby Wainwright of Lake arrangements. (Filmed in Florida)
Each bid to be considered' shall be FOR S>LE .8. xlx II Concrete
accompanied by a. Butler, Mrs. Ollie Griffis of
Blocks 18c each. FOP yard. Mortar
Haines. Attendance was at an And
certified or cashier's check made payable to Agent In Jacksonville arid .Mrs. Laura CEMETERY!; WORKINGS WHEN IN NEED OF. Mix, 'Cement, Sand., Steel and
all time with and Aluminum Window' Also ready
the amount of $150.00 as an evidence of good faith in high 226 an Wainwright of Lake City, and There, will be a working at I i The DesperadoesAre TOP SOIL mixed concrete. Bradford' En.glne.ring -

submitting bid.. average daily attendance of 215. 20 grandchildren. Dedan Cemetery on Thursday, I Co.. Phone 94. tfchg .

The commencement service Funeral services were held in Aug. 22. All interested personsare in Town FILL DIRT WAITRESS WANTED-Apply after
Land description will 5e furnished at 116 North Walnut to 1J noon. B. & O. Truck Stop Restaurant.
urged attend. It ,is
Wednesday brought the eight- he DeWitt, C.-JonesJ.: Chapel at planned ALL TYPESTRA.CTOR .- ttl'lIc '

Street In Starke, Florida. -- &::4 .; day-school, to a. ,close with. the Starke Monday at: -2pm.! with : ;}to/mow. ,the cemetery five Robert" Arthur" & WORKAND WE HAVE a new loan program for

usual .display! .of' hand work,> the the- ; : .offici- ;tipyear.', ; 'and" ,all wJIq, -- wish). tos1i 4 Kathy Nolan farmers. Loans of I to S years
FLORIDA REALTY CO; of Sta..ke"Agt. : Rev. Jr E. Lingerf ii. 'in this ''Improvement may for the entire credit require
processional, VarioV, department
Burial followed in the' : ments of-the farmer and his fam
participation: -The; annUal/picnic ating. hi''the' : ,send.. /contributions.. to. E. B. Cros- PLUS COLOR .CARTOON, Light Bulldozing ily., Gainesville Production Credit
116 N. Walnut St. Starke Fla. '383' family plot 'Evergreen '
Phone Mstn.:
; by .for the Cemetery Fund. Association.' CO Nprtb.
was".held at Gold Head .Branch ; '
: :, I Cemetery ,neart\' :Raifprd; .with: S Wed.CThur.Aug.:: .: 21.22 ; W. L. THIGPEN, JR.Bt .'. Gainesville Fla. : .'r tfbg1
State: Park: ;Jon -Thursday } f.\.i
Masonic rites at the grave. Box leDAItoD'.III.
!. ClroaU GOBI Bradford Cutr. DOUBLE FEATURE -- FOR $ALE+Tw. story house to bemoved -.
r 3' BL- tjsrldas !a e.......,..' ia --.f"- ? -i' :' -_" PUUN!: 74S A from 31S.N. Temple' Ave.'
Johnny T. Scott. Jr. Plaintiff vs. : V interested parties write'Mr. ETrlt:
Elementary ,School Ruby L. Scott. Defendant.- MONKEY .Btarke !1a.\ Ogden; P O. Box JI8,'. Jacksonille ;*
-' Case No. 12-320 :\| 'w'Pbone Elgin 5-SJ5?. .
F Slates ,Registration' N.th.. T.. AUN'' :. :: ." '; 'ON IV1Y BACK- *.:- f .:__ .tfchg
To: Puby L. Scott, whose residence" oca TENTH AxIIIVERIART'V V
: '.'. '
and 'address fsr C/o --Mrs. ; V .i FOR SALft -We Bhoupe sink a rsc1
Registration for new students. Elizabeth Pates .4262 4th Avenue Cameron.Mitchell ,& '- RADIOS V Make '---AU'REPAIRERUU Hrtcte i dish washer.: .Reg. 8159.35* Salt
South, Birmingham Alabama. price.13JJ.S5.Tbis ,
transfer students 1'1. Ckirgtti ruriteeHAL
or entering. You are hereby notified that a trait '..5 Dianne -FOst; r i e,reduced<<.15 each' week until
t '( C. IQEPBERD ---
Starke School for for poJdSIa.di Gal C6S : tfchyFOB -
Elementary divorce' care custody and con .'
U WC lit. SUrk ,P3t, _
S 1 trol 't>f minor children has been :- V S ,4 -
the first time will te held at the AndBLONDE
filed! apainst you in the above SAtE-J5f'Correct1 Craft Cabin
vhool office from 9 until 11 a. named, Curt and cause and you S% PAID 0V SAVINGS KEY- Cruiser '1947J' Two 'bunks, galley
k are requTred to serve a copy of BAIT STONE STTE DANK KEY. enclosed head 95 HP. Fully
m. on ; Aug. 23
Friday principal
equipped. Call Weichel, Keystone
your answer or pleading to the STONE HEIGHTS FL&., MEMBER '
t-i i P. T. NoUn announced this week. complaint on the Plantlff's Attorney FDIC. Heights: %31%. tfebg.R'
Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida WitH Michaels\
i. k' I 1 i:i Beginning pupils must have Title, Building, Jacksonville 2. : Beverly D SAIJ-1I pure bred register,
V ; 13SUPEIkcUSHION their sixth birthday ,before Jan Florida. and file the original in PLUS COLOR CARTOON FOR SALE 82 gallon Electric .d Angus Yearling heifers also
% the office of the Clerk, of the Circuit Water Heater. Two elements. (registered bulls. 1. B. White
I, 1958 to be admitted. A birth'certificate Court on or before the 16 day Good Condition. See at Gays hRHford Rd. Stp 8/11

must be presented. at of September. 1957; otherwise the Fri., .Sat. Aug. 23-24 S Home Appliance. tfchg .1 '
allegations of said Complaint will
the time, of ,registration. be taken as confessed by you.. DOUBLE FEATURES '100.00 FOR YOUR TV in trade on NEED MAN OR WOMAN! 10 *>erate
Begining pupils are asked to I This notice shall be pU I1.be4 'U inch Motorola Lowboy at route !. Bradferd-Vnlom .C..ktlM.
inca each week for four conseoutlv Robinson Crusoe Dahmer tfchgLUt Many dealers mew earning $100 aid
-' .\ obtain.. all ,!immunizations.. '. ,' in-. weeks In tbe Bradford' -County V Tel, more per week. N.' l.,..ffs. Care
,1 With
; .. iraph. And Year Property For Sale '25 t. C5. Write
; ssary.AC*
; ; > i.. ,Iudin5toOster shots.. ', .before'. .." Dated this ;114 day. of""ugust.II1G1. .J." ', I.Z".J'J'-t- ; : ;'". Far., Home and Bailment Proper FruV. Camp, UI, West Peaektree
; ; b3-; Iii school pns5{. on Sept.: 3vlf; 'possi.bie .- ., .. 4- V : LasL.of.The '*y"- ,Free- Oprm Lbtlac' liit, *. E, Atlanta, Ca.. 4tag 123V.
us L
"all fce gjnhers- "' have (Official Seal). Charles A, Darby, 11..tII! JohiUe Raises, Re>re*..tatlve.
&qqlcL 'j'TClerk of the Circuit Cotrt.. P.'0. Bet SOT -.. Stark. Vlx., 'I
\' complete h1sIbixam1{ tions,' By;Marian.I*,Crp by. Denuty Clerk .DesperadoesWRCR JOVthf! ; &;OM..301 i...:Phema tW. ."rAt> I&JlVICE., (
k1 V V -,. .;;. BOJaart.8e:83l.. Utt Auto Rad3e', 'J.'o st'f!', fro !:'Faftl;
: F l' Noliii < .... 8/11 4t 9/6 .5. 'isU .AJ1.pU"n.ee : N'O\f'1 ,]tDR
I 1. 8aI.:, : : V :I. .. ; 1 :_ ,. : .aU (
.. "J! '.' ', ; V 5 '''1',11' p cTOOKS1UALS FOR. SALE-Used-I,'-Incb VT.V.>Seta ....ctroIa..Comb:' A1f---1"M" bSOTh.RIFFUERCVHYKOTOMA. '..
1r' 'C. tP Ul,95'! ,at'Spepherd'r.'arFOR 1f'Uc1ia ..
G000/IE Iqtrt S Holds .; !. I.-' t "f JJo- J .. .V' S,I' PM. ,4" ; 5.
.Reunion: '
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( :;N0 PLACE 'FOR 'YOUTHi SAL'E-Ol\e good used :.Black* ''
i ,: 'stone-Automatic-Wft6h6T FOB t.ji 1 'd lin h ;'6 a,1}ntV !;
Four 'gener .ti ns' o1leW ard y During, the' frontier. days, the condition., .- Gay's"Home. Appliance.y Nl1hOC.StU'tI.J.Jectrl! It1nt"er !
driver .of covered wagon 'stop V *V SV v-r. .V .tfchgSANTAfEpLAKE .$1$, ."m nt.- 8ee-Wo6.dr'ir
: family formerly of Brook'er, a '- qrll ,i'f.O'.W.:' ptaU..sr..fitPlIti
were 1.tog ther''for.! the first '&ne ped ,hia" hones: on;' thestreet of .FRONT.LOTS:.:.
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/J11t 4 t in '19' yeaVs -when- 'a'reunibn a'lo g si. town? ,' and,, "V called to a $!.OO4l.O... onK nlenl.ierms.GUI :\;; ,p4ThVck 'STOP..Highway $'w
"ilv JJlJ1' q t } was '4<* Andrews. Phone :::83.or 379-W.....L at- MflxVfllJfaW ') >en."'U 4er
j ) pasg nan S U ....ItL ,..rIt.QR.;. 'y : : Hu.tfcbjr 'tuansge1flnf eJOstehae4.B4tty
.... _' : .' n .. .. ,-- 'L' "' leUJ 1.t recentlytsat. }the home of : ( i u. to! 11'11' '
'"'6 1U.;:Ii>P- L "' : J { '' tt; t Mrs. T? Stewart 'of Richland, "Hey, any" salo4ms'Ia1 this': a} !}fr. {Mf.J FOR SALE--Gf'ass-S "Penacola ...hom'e-cQolced.::;Tyitttao d>8pnJSpecralrilnf.."meals 3at -' rn-

rock-bottom) :, j one of the nine children of .Mrs. nlaee" ..1..t n P S BahU-and.J'r.entine.Ba.blL-i -'sonalle"t, >reer.Open184. hauw.FOR" .
,a price ft\ 1T 1i el, 'til I&1ew! tatltl! ,several different-kinds; of hayfcj ., ,' tr.r; ,1'2t bg 8/23
Lollie L. Ward. V Surewe'ye fourj., J boasfuUyS ,:J.:. .. ,v 1bi Stike" .t.L3 the bate-:-or-'by! thetton.J.. iEV PIi

.. '!ttI Now -epJJe.'ma.. ,. ; .. .. ..... ..... ''Whttflr RaItor..Rd.tp: 8/18 eAiEiIectM; Kelytpr "
'' .,-' 73!; years of age Mrs: ) I"! t' '.V' t.,. .- SV" I- *-.-..tl 5..* flood
#( _Jl ) Ii( }' ,..J '". j.. )-I f Ward lived and.. reared 'her' famIly "Giddap!1'1. the: driver' ; ttJaOld' d,J FOft'iSALELsO1te: SalntBrna-d.dog": condition; .Automatic't .Rosenbergs'Jytn'
r \\c iu'leE I
I. n" 'mIeita.ms.
horSeS "' F ld.iAKC
hl on. Rfgistraquf .
I f '" ,.of nine children:! around urging' We Do AlUThe.WorklYca Do All i rcd! ,'" .* atJSmkW.iSbellStatIn : : ". ltebe '

.95' !: t .rook r, and most .of themat j :jStop. !'*"trailed 'the manrtie'J'I The REST The .Perry .Van Show .. :,' Lawtey.' :: '8tchg 8/t FRUIT':'STAJOi: 'fo> tent '.01" :'Sale. I

Chevrolets/ / tended the'Brooker school. All can't stop5'here. repliedthe > 12:35-4:00 p. \L; Dally. FOR SALE-17 inch Phllco Television Located at; 935H.: Temple Aye.

k $ of the children married'and stranger,. with antenna., In good con for information V bait ,.10t-)V.JL
t dition. Priced reasonable. J. B. "w .:t -8lAPABMNT '
p I Hue/sons// Nash "I've got four boys in this _
.. moved to other parts of the White. 3tp 8/18 .
state, and Mrs. alas wa-gon.; ", Monday thru Friday .c 4
6:10 is Pulax and Sfuc/ebaters./ Ward move V IMPOUNDED-Bird dog. white .
u\VbyM again called the man, 6:00: Sign on and News ., '
end ed from. Brooker several years with brown spot on each ear .t, FoR'jt ,.
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6:05 .
'hat's' business? : The Clockwatcher '
making her home your and rump. Owner may have by
ago witha
cccoppabl wIi now V "My busIness. to raise these 6:30: Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon ;contacting police department and 2. Bedrooms, Large Living
son In Palm .Harbor. paying boar( bill.ald'} pound fee.
boys for God, and I can't,do thatin day and Tuesdays only) S 2tch r-8/16 Room, Dinette off Living
Besides her nine children she '
*V 6:45: The Clockwatcher
a town with four saloons.1 Room Furnished..Modern. .
FOR SALE One two bull calves.
mor'\ grandchildren, and 23 And he hurried his horses on, 7:00 First News of The World Sired by RUR. .True Domino Bath Really this U1 second i
Exclusive 3-T Cord Body is great grandchildren. ,A total of In the Roundup 81st.- H. J. Miller phone 484-J.
the '
turning bend.
soon -
I resistant to shocks and bruises! j f. 55 children, grandchildren, and road and passing out of sight.! : 7:15 The Clockwatcher S. itn--S/16" floor bungalow. I '
great grandchildren and their 7:20 Bulletin KINDERGARTEN. regfstration, PHONE'I. -
Pt' Tough. durable construction ,. ,- families attended (SUNDAY SCHOOL WOR.L'l.NATIONAL'VOICE. : :Board Of The Air 'Aug, .30'- Cathoilc, Hall .froni"tm.1JIa.111' .v
the 7:30
reunion, Weather Around"The"Na- : plasse* .
l ; lb means longer, safer mileage! t and- family dinner. t ;' : ,; ) 1 "t..tWn :1 c W ; 311ra,.Ctd '.Priest..StchSj.startSept! fl3HOUj5 ;., FOR#SAi1: :.Large NightCrawler ; .

is: Extra safe!. stop-start traction_ from 1 : __: I S Hi' 7:35 The Clockwatcher ,'pOK;,. RESTJQn; nI8J d:. '141*.'N.' Fish Thompson Worms.St.. Phone' tu.ut\f.'iI.30
tread 7:50: WdrldJ Nat iaJ.:,. State and ,On" Farmers: 1titrket. adAp. ;,
lampus btop-rsotcn '
design .J& ...
S V T> lV' Pt: -'fOO, Sports News
ct .
-, 1t Furnished. Rent verYfeaeouable.
M 8:05: Thejaockwatcher NEW,}; 103lB TAHKE 1 mi. Keystone Highway; ,- N.Thoreland. .
.s .: .. .. j WHEN WE:, BRING Men.,, Materials. : l, and 8:45 R.R4 Chapel (Ministerial V .. lIP
L\i '
if '
: : bald .1
3 bed roorrt wo d floor, : .. '
,Money together build sound .Association i ): S ,.
older models of Ply. we a community ftort. paved '- driveway REWARD: for Informationleading
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-- t street. .City utilities.. Price! ho'. .
.. ,9:00: Five; .minute! ,summary of to recovery oftoerNewcopib! HiFi
mouth, Ford, Chavro .. ,' in which to live. '';' Down payment. 1575.00q\ G. araplifUr.. and electra-vbtce
f V News and $1450.00 to others monthly .
let Nash and Studt speaker taken from Ln .Grewr's
.. 5'? .:4.- ____ t -. 'Y V 905.The: .Chatterbox with, Betty 'nayments'Uke'rent'' a "-. -. ; y, lak.e. eotUge last week ,; ;Pbs;; n I

baker. _I ..5t .* ... SS V Gray ._ -- POULTRY: FARM or %%8. V._ : t. J tp4PXRTMENT.

10:00: Cedrte' Adams Show "" Capacity 5,000 bt Uers;,nry nice I V bedroom" with '

95fk ; : \ ; _S/ 18.30 Music' For The Missus 2 bedroom home.- paved highway shower.- Fully equipped. Gas \
... .-mall
-' taiephou.e-.eleetrkLty-- electricity furnished. "Forsfngle
11 1 : .. I : 11:00" Five""minute! summary' "of and school bus..Attractively priced. or couple. Ask, for Georeft'Coney I

S News Island Apt ,No. 2, Sfl4 Eo Prown-
*Tot on* S 5 APARTMENT! HOUSES leI! :: ; Itp
: NS.blIlb : ir1 11:05: Music For The Missus We have them. nicely situated and _
11:30 Farm Roundup In profitable! operation. S ,SALT SPRIKfiS- S
Six desirable waterfront lots.
12:00: Public, Servicei2:15 Fiends Realty C*. of Starke Stevens Island 'In Big Lake Kerr.
Second News of The. World lie ',N. WaUat St., Ttl, 383 .New causeway ,to Island. Beautiful -
Size 7.10 x 15 fits' Roundup ,8ta.k". Fl*. indy: bathing beach. Heart of
fishing and bunting' area strict
Dodge, Buick, Nash, 12:30'W ther Around The ''Na FOR SALE: 2 houses on bard road. privacy; No telephones. Reasonable
t .
Furnished. Good blln..W. '
Olds, Mercury, Pon-1 S aii: : THE COMMUNITY' STATE BANK tion V Slbley Starke (Silver Lake) terms-George. For more,' Inman Information:or John-contact W.

ae and Hudson V 12:35 The Perry Van Show Ph. 3852 Keystone Heights. ftp Stevens fRt. 2; Citr&, Fla. '

t: : .- 5 S. 1:00 Five minute summary of FOR RENT 2 bedroom completely V gtchg ,-V 8/2J

.; News furnished house with carport. on
i OF STARKE Walnut St; 'Apply. at. Coney Jsr FOR. SALE:, take r"purPe'nt.4 I
$ 40' .. 1:05 The Perry- Van Show 'bnd'AJlt8 'Apt..2.504.BrowBr Emerson ajid'
V <' ,..S.VS -r- ''Jt.Jach, V, 'DahmerPhone.
F I1 2:00, Five, minute of V- lee St. ltp.Fm.'SALE'On V
{ S'.V iI'4. summary. U. : .' .. 1UbtrFOR'
Plus 10a 011' .- \_, S Oklawaha River farnlturVlafg'ef :'
S ..A U_ !ac p Ob"'i -- ,. V $5 ) V V YOUR'USE! : 2:05 The Perry Van .Show "House and lot olhUrd rpad. .. SXLBputsd1'. .
., Starke. (Silver diaVIbutor.-5An4, bay
". ,W.' : S. Ibley,
IJ iii> """' ... I V .. 3QOFive; f minute summary of V ,Lake) Phone, ,S852,,'. Keystone jaXe ..Good candltlpnwida ..barf -
i. .5 ; aln.. Call C2-J. :AI Hartnait:
.J News : ItpUOST ,
!\ ::1u1khtL. ---- 5. ,
-:: DRIVE-IN FACILITY WINDOW-We have DriveJnteller's 5-- r ; l--' ; ",.ltchgFOR

tM FOUR for 'as little as $1.25 a. week! "window J where you"can make deposits a and '3:05 4:00'Five'minute: The ,:P Van"Show4: 'summary! Oft '.-name:" 8kl.BIir..on 4 .blue' and then?yellow.,_at Hamp-.with 'RENT. -: furnished Boise ton

bank:obligations'without ..*.. WJ-,... ... ry: "*. 'ton Lake',Mondaf p.f m. If found -,. KJngsLeyLake.l 2 bedrooms..y w1ydecorated -
payments ,
.pa, your getting .. .. :Of- t. please not If)" Bill Plackburn; "and modernsCon.
c 1' "" V out : carThb window' is () r 05 .Att: tIU! : .Sinclair-.Rfg., ,Cq,, Starke.. Ph. tact', )Ir..: Eeaee. *lf&ingsty'Lake.
ofyour ; opef '
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MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR jV : ; ... :00",W,R G R' ,News J*Parade 14. - up ". _, V_ .V _.tfcbi

a1i tIR'ES'tHAN, O'N ANY .OTHER KIND !IA. business approximatelyjt'onhour; before thehank i'>: (Wo 't..AAd., f'tlt'MI: FOR 'SALE: : red .inale' 'b' und dog FOR 'SALE_ fiiwlnj miebl.jnd'
p 3 1 opens> and one:.hour' aflerHthe :bank:_doses; to accommodate 1:1Gtwltq R: Neyq-l .' tade with '.' .specks." Contact' 'city police vacuumcleaners.. Special clo e-
'! # dept. # Itcbg out. saId Call 2U2. .It)) 8/2J
o r'depositers.-This drive-in; window S (State and Local) FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house and

.5 V .. V waThstall4 ;tb; better. "'serve" you 6:2f( W R a "R News Parade i, extra lot.- V lit N. Cherry. St.Itp FOR SALE-Lake front lots' 100.
i" by 'lard road to. lake.
(Sports and Weather) 508/eeL concrete.: blockhouse
Nldtfr DEPOSITORY other feature of our mod 8:30 Revolving' Bandstand SMALL MULE for sale or trade on lake lot '100 by- 300

em banking facflities'where deposits 'may be made 7:00()"NEWSIC (News ana Music Hampton.for cow. See Fla.L. L. Bedenbaugh Itp .feeL .Partly.concret furnished.block house Z bedroom on-

24 hoars around the clock. It is equipped with'en ) lot':SO by 115 feet deep.. Near ajl
8:0O.SIgn: 'Off POR RENT:" 'Two bedroom fur stores, churches, drive-in l thtat're,
velope dispenser; envelope slot; depository bank nished house. Newly painted.See and :post of nee. Contact Anna S.
Saturday Mrs. Martin at Martin's James- Realtor.; Phone 2501 Key.
chute and a writing shelf for making out your Same schedule as above except Fruit Sbop. V tfchg. stone Heights. V V itp

depoSit. .tickets. .1 to 6. p. m. Road Show KINGSLEY LAKE: A real' lake WANTED: Maid\ : full' time. 'Apply'

V Service Station Sunday home. Completely furnished. El. Rsncbqf M.oteLMtscaoiL
GOODMAN'S .' bedrooms. 2 .
Use these modern banking conveniences Good' condition. 3 itchir
7:30 Sign On Religious programs baths. large enclosed porch. V
SEEBER D. GOODMAN until 1:00, m. Paneled living room. Suitable FOR SALE: 'Pnrnlshei houserooms / I
S' MEMBER F.D.I.C.-Each Account is "insured up to o. for year round living: Sandy and: data. f'tortda'room,'
"' 1:00: to., 6:00; ,... m.. -. The Sunday teach' Good. fU.lo V ae. lots. A good 'welj.1-ar( ,'conditloaer,* near
:U. S. 301 at South City Limit $10,000.00. i Spt V V ,.Show choice location. Reasonable lake, newly deeoratsd.; 2 lots.
; 4 S r V UfJD"- .'YcXJ"ney.GreeD40 Inc.; HLgbwayV0G.. fUCOj-r,8cbu.U ,
V .6. Of: 8:00: .p. m. See Belied- :l-215 1(. 'E'lst" SU GalnesTlIle.Fla. .1 I, Box.
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