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 23, 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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Are you in favor cf the city operating the natural gas .' -', I. ',a'i. ".ri4 ';'. : ,
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I Do you favor the city's participation. in a recreation ,' ,-. .1

program? Mrs. Ruby Johns James Lewis Ewell Lawson Randal Chitty I. E. Clark I
Are you in favor of the change to a group voting'methodt _

} of electing Council members?

j (The ,entrance of J. D. Doyle into the race was too late J.D., Doyle.Enters

{ to include his views in this article. Mr. Doyle's answers BRADFORD COUNTY I II

{ will be published in a later issue). Race For Council; TELEGRAPH I

r 'Randal Chitty Ewe!! LawsonCandidate ,

: ( for one year term) Deadline PassesCandidates Official County Publication Established In 1879
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NATURAL GAS. "Naturally, Iam
J t NATURAL GAS. "Yes, I very for natural gas since I wasa for offices in thef| VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1957; NUMBER NINE
definitely favor the
city accept-
ing the franchise for operation of member of the City Council city election Sept. 10 buckled ,', .,

the natural gas utility. My decision when the natural gas contractwas down to campaigning in earn-
Yawn Hits
signed."The Judge
to support the installationof main attraction of the| est this week as.", the qualifying wt' Another Arrested
this utility, if elected, is based deadline( was passed at noon
on many factors, some of city having natural gas utility is Tuesday.But W .
which that it will permit operation of Changes In BillClaims
half hour tefore the ; B
the power plant at a saving of On Shine
"1)) City distribution, would increase between 30 and 40 per cent on door was closed a new candidatehad r x i ..'+rlr7 tn ChargeAnother

city revenue and eliminate the cost of fuel. This could pos- entered the competition fora i
a possible increase in the present On i Court
city tax structure. sibly result in the sale of cheaper two year Council seat. I ,

electricity to residents of Starke."I The new entrant 15T.: D. I man was arrested last Thursday on charges of

based 2)) It on would the low attract cost fuel Industry ad- this.certainly" would be in favorcf Doyle, owner of a dry cleaning S 1.,*- f Small Claims Court Judge T moonshine activities in Bradford County, the twelfth since

vantage of natural gas. establishment. He is makinghis n d le r 4- A. Yawn this week directed crit- federal agents began making arrests as a result of a three

"3)) The storage and distribution RECREATION PROGRAM: "I first venture into politics. S. S 5- icism at recent legislative actions month investigation here.
I am in favor of a recreation -
system could be installed and will support such program a Doyle is jwi with funds borrowed I I Starke Elks Club, serving his and Rep. Doyle Conner which
against I program as far as it is financially Rogers who was arrested in Ocala on warrants based on
future revenue from the system i feasible for the city. I believe second term in that post. He has changed the jurisdiction of the operations. -Here. .

and at no time would require that is as much as we can do. lived in Starke for 23 years A I Small Claims Court in Bradford the lesser fry in the organization,

diverting funds from other sources I "I would not be in favor of and: i is a member of the First County. An agent of the Alcohol and the agent said.

; of city revenue into the sys- additional Baptist Church. The judge though Tobacco Tax division of the
putting on taxes to go disliking The investigator would not add
tem. all out for a recreation program" Doyle said he would like to the new changes complained Treasury Department said that to the speculation about the

"4)) It is conceivable that fuel GROUP VOTING. "I am in favor see a lot of things accomplishedby principally about the legislators Rogers worked with Maurice Ed- "silent daddy" which has been

cost for the operation of the city of this change.: the City Council mentioning -- _..... .-......- making them without consultinghim wards Jr. and later with Truby running rife in Starke except to

power plant could be reduced by particularly street improvementand about the need for such Slade in the moonshine opera-, say the agents are still after

Florida conversion natural gas.of existing It is reported facilitiesto that Mrs. Ruby Johns/ Doyle's beautification.. entrance completesthe State Champion SpeakerRudolph have.changes' or the effect they might tion Edwards in Bradford and Slade County.were ar- gation.him and continuing the investi!

Power and
Light :and:
Tampa Electric Co. plan to field for the two year termat Sapp president of the Starke Chapter Future Farmers. "That is just adding insult to rested on July 30 when federal The Federal grand jury will be
convert -
their generating plants to I (Candidate for two year term) four persons, incumbents, of America placed first in the statewide public speaking contest at injury," he declared. investigators rounded up the sworn. in the first part of .Sep

natural gas. I NATURAL GAS. "Yes, I'm for Mrs. Ruby Johns and I. E. Clark, the State Convention of Soil Conservation District Boards of Supervisors The judge said that he just first 10 defendants in the moon- tember with trial term of court

"5)) Low cost for former< Councilman James A. learned the full substance of the shine cases. following. Though cases to be
gas commercial it. I believe that natural gas in Clearwater, Aug. 15-16. The contest was open to all Florida -
and residential consumers. Lewis and Doyle. new law last week when an at- Rogers posted $1,500 bond and tried in federal court are backedup
will Starke and its high school students.
i help above
people photo Rudolph holds checks totaling
"6)) Finally, a survey by Rey- The final picture in the other torney filed a case under the waived preliminary hearing be- for three years it is possible
olds in many ways. It will particularly $150, representing his first prize award money.; {ongratulating that the federal will
Smith & Hill reflected that races remained unchanged by new jurisdiction. Though he had fore the U. S. commissioner.The prosecutors

in addition to fuel savings real I benefit the operation of the any last minute qualifiers.In him on his victory are (I-r) Lloyd Green, treasurer of Bradford been aware that changes had agent indicated that few consider these cases important

ized at the power pant, the operation power plant, supplying fuel fore the mayor's race, predictedby r County Board of Supervisors;; Bill Haas, Soil Conservationist; Foster been made he had not been able if any, more arrests are enough to push ahead ,to thli>

of this franchise by th the plant operation at between observers to be the "hottest", '.Shi Smith chairman of the. Board; and Joe Wood, FFA advisor- to get a copy of the bill. expected to be made in the moon- 'term the agent said.

city would prove extremely profitable :CO: and 40 per cent less cost than incumbent mayor W. T. Jacksonis "It seems to me they (the shine investigation here until Arrested so far besides Rogers,

for the city and subse is opposed by former J. legislators) would owe it to the after a grand jury has consideredthe Edwards and Slade have been
now being paid. mayor Bid Is
quently would allow greater freedom R. Wainwright. Accepted On Moving public to find out what change evidence obtained. This evi Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown,
of expansion in other areas "The cost of maintenance will dence Noonen M. Bradley, Vasco For-
of city utilities and government." also be less because natural gas All of the other, races are also are needed before they go aboutchanging. gathered in the 'threemonth syth, Fred Williams,Negro, Richard -

'. -RECREATIONPROGRAM.. will result in cleaner operation of two, man contests. OfHeilbronn School HouseIt ;. the law,"- Judge Yawn handed Investigation' will be Dexter, Foster CJl .-Glen St.

"Yes I certainly do favor a recreation the engines.' Incumbent police chief W.. E. commented. "Since I am the per indictments to the grand jury' and Mary Ernest Edwin Johnson of

program. As I have repeatedly "These figures are not just es-] Thornton is opposed by former will cost the School Board it and setting it up again.In son directly concerned with these come from are expected to Macclenny Paul Peterson of

stated during this pre timates given by gas people but policeman W. C. (Bill) Lane. $9,975 to have the six-room Heil- other action the Board: I' matters and most familiar with This them. Jacksonville Lawrence Henry

election period, I favor the cre information obtained in a 'survey Former Councilman Ewell bronn school moved to Starke, Accepted a bid of $2,198.75 for the problems, I would be the one. evidence is expected to Kitchens of Jacksonville and John

ation of a city recreation d e- conducted by an impartial group Lawson is opposing National according to bid accepted by the | ]125 new desks from the Southern to have the information, but I include findings against the Maccus Starling of Macclenny.

partment. A city recredepart- which studied the effects of nat Gaurd Co. C. commander Randal Board; in a special meeting Sat- Desk CoAccepted .. haven't heard a word from 'silent daddy' as well as more of Starling was released for lack
ment could be composed of three ural in several of probable cause.
gas states in which them.
for the rday.
Chitty Council
one. year a bid of $150 each
to City five Council members for appointde by the ,the gas has been used." post, a vacancy created when This bid, the only one submit-J from the Remington Co. for 10 The changes passed' in a "pop-

represent the alternating city in the termsto oper RECREATION PROGRAM. "I Joe Andrews III resigned. | t ted on this project was among ]new typewriters for the commercial ulation act" for this county, in- : 3 Men PlacedOn Custody Of Lad i
am definitely in favor of a city creased the jurisdiction of the
ation of an organized and supported I Veteran city clerk Cad Johnsis a number of items on which bids department. Bids from
recreation progrm.. recreation program. I have supported being challenged by :Merrill were opened as the Board pre- all of the typewriter companieswere Small Claims Court from $200 Given To Brother
the city's contribution to' to $400 while in effect decreasing Probation .
"A Edwards, area identical.
typical recreation department representative ]pared for school opening.
the program at the USO and feel' the fees.Previously.
membership could consist 'that it has done a lot of good. of the Tom's Peanut Co The contract for the moving Accepted a bid of 6 cents a Following TheftA

of a coach, businessman, profess- I feel that eventually a recreation Additional preparations were job went to the Larue Corporation ]half pintfor milk at the Hampton the fees were $3 Three

change in electing Council men director will be hired to super| made for the election as the of Green Cove Springsbut School from the Graves for any case filed for a claim men who recently pleaded 10-year-old boy who admitted
ber of the less than $100 and $5 for i guilty in separate
City Council, all of Council cases cases here
vise the recreation. You can't"have City Tuesday night added will be subject to the approval Dairy and a bid of 92 cents a stealing several items last week
whom as a department would be between $100 and $200.\ The new I were placed on probation Friday
; well-coordinated program more names to the list of the State Education gallon for milk in bulk for the from a house near the State
active in behalf of the city in I fees are $3 for cases involving by Circuit Judge George L.
of : Pat
without a director. inspectors to make a total of Board in Tallahassee. This condition other schools in the county from Farmers' Market was taken away
this area of community relations I claims to $200 and $4 for ten after pre-sentence
." GROUP VOTING. "Yes I am nine. The new persons named to was added when some of Foremost Dairies. up investiga from his parents after a hearing
i in favor of the change. Adoption work at the polls are John Godwin the members questioned the legal Considered an' announcementthat cases over $200.It's tions had been completed. before Juvenile Judge T. A. Yawn
GROUP VOTING. "I favor thist Ted
change in clettng Council mem- I j cf this amendment would eliminate Seeber Goodman, and Mrs. procedure> when only one bid is the Jacksonville Tile Co. of hard enough to run the Curtis, who had admitteda this week and placed in the tem-
t the use of one-shot votesI Lillian Bishop. Mrs. Stanley Noe- received. Small Claims business on what part in a plot to steal ma porary custody of his 22-year-old
b The Jacksonville intended to
rs. has '
group think that when we are supposedto I gel was named as an alternate I we get, let alone'on any decreases terials from his employer the brother and his wife.
proved effective in other cities 'I Supt. Harmon Morgan said he its recent bid of $370 for B.
in fees
vote for a certain number we in Judge Yawn said. Lumber Co., was the
case of the
one others
during the past few years and does believed the acceptance of the : ceiling material for the home In making decision to take
should vote for that number. not i He said that after consideringthe placed on probation for fiveyears.
serve. the child out his Judge
of home
1 believe its
adoption by our city hid was legal because all of the economics room project. The tile .
would reflect a progressive trendin I The increaaa in workers cameon expenses for postage clerical ; ,He was put under the Yawn told the parents that he
said made mistake
proper procedures had been followed company they a -
recommendation help and time consumed i in jurisdiction of the Mississippi i felt that something was lacking
our voting pattern in the I /. E. Clark of Charleh the bids advertised as when preparing the bid,
small claims matters he Parole
years to come" Hardy who will be in charge of "doesn'tmake. Board, where he plans to in the home atmosphere which resulted
well other figuring on a one room project
the counting in anticipation of as companies being .anything on it anyway." live, with the condition that he in the lad getting in trou
(Candidate for two year term) notified.A instead of a two room project. would have to ble.
a record vote. return to Floridaat
James Lewis Members asked Morgan to check
NATURAL GAS. "Yes, I'm in It is also planned that the representative of the corporation with the State Board about what Jack Knifes the request of the Florida The judge cited the fact that

favor of it very much. 'We are registration list will be divided told the Board that the could be before Parole Board in the event he is several other children of the

(Candidate For Two Year Term) already obligated to it. It was and two voting lines formed instead necessary permits should be steps taken any: A railer truck jack-knifed and needed to testify in future cases couple had served terms in the
decision to the defaultis
NATURAL GAS. passed unanimously by the Council of one as has been the ready so that the moving job taken. accept went Into the ditch about twoand Curtis, former part time bookkeeper Industrial School at Marianna and

I'm in favor of it. As chairman Certainly and I stand behind it 100 per case in the past. can be started in a week or 10 a half miles north of Lawteyon and yard foreman for the the boy himself had been in trou

cent. days (from last Saturday). Accepted the resignation of U. S. 301 Saturday night lumber' Company, was arrestedalong 1 ble several times. When, the boy
of the Council I approved the ,
natural gas contract when it was "I believe that more competition About 30 days would be neededto assistant coach Clifford McGriff Deputy Sheriff D. R. Reding said with two other employees'was brought before the judge the

signed and I think that this added always makes things better. WRGR To Air complete thejob he said. who is resigning to acept' position this week. and accused of a plot to haul first time he was only 6 or 7

utility will be of benefit to the "With, natural gas we can operate Plan call for the 55x120 foot I in Bunnell. Redding said the mishap was gasoline and varied supplies years old.

city. It will result in a tremendous I- the plant between 30 and Political Views frame building to ce cUt into. The Board voted to hold i its caused when the driver clampedon valued at between $4,000 and The father said they had done

I saving, between 30 and 40 40 per cent cheaper and this new four sections next meeting on Tuesday Sept. brakes to avoid hitting a- car $5,000 away from the lumber what they "believed was right ,by
so that it can be
per cent, in the cost of fuel forth utility will also mean a saving A new' wrinkle in politickingin moved 3, because of the Labor Day making a turn ahead of him. The company. the boy" and tried to teach him
light plant. This to i customers.'" Starke elections will be introduced on the road, Larue said. holiday on its regular meeting truck was owned by the Great right from wrong but agreed to

be passed on to the saving public can in RECREATION PROGRAM"Very next week as radio station The company will restore it to day the first Monday in the Southern Truck Coand the Thomas estimated that the 'the change if it would "help

lower utility rates." much in favor of it. We WRGR will begin a 'seriesof its present condition when it is month. I driver was Raymond A. Meeks. goods which Curtis was responsible I straighten him out."

\ RECREATION PROGRAM- are already making a small contribution 12 programs in ''hch the set up again on a tract at then for taking would be valuedat Judge Yawn said that before

believe such a program is a fine toward a recreation candidates will be quizzed o west end of the football field. Lawtey Youth Charged ..e'il" about $2,000 and made arrangements : the older brother would be given

thing. I was on the Council when program and in the near future issues in the election/" Larue plans to move the building i \ with Baker for a permanent custody of the boy the

the city began contributing toward 1 think we will make an even The program "Face. The People to Starke on the Brownlee She Claims She Was Bilked In Jailat' restitution settlement.One ,juvenile counselor would make an

recreation for our young greater contribution. ," will be heard at 7:30: on road. The actual time the building of the other men accusedin investigation.

people and would like to see "I am in favor of the installation ] each night Aug. 26 through Sept. will spend on the road will Though the county jail is a $60 and if she would give the plot Charles Baker has
such a program extended as far 7. A different candidate 'will bas be only a half a day, Larue said, not yet
of e pleaded. He was on
a city swimming pool on likely place to find thieves it is him this amount plus $10 for : parole Final Service Set
as the city is financially able. with the
heard each biggest part of the from Florida State.
night. job
GOUP the lot near the water tank an unusual place to be robbed. his services he would pay it Prisonat

I'm in favor VOTING.of the change"Personall b1'u ut y' soon as we can see the way clearto Station manager Sam Zack. being in taking it apart, loading But this claim was made ,bya for her and take her back to the time of his arrest. The In Union Series '
candidate third
said that each will man, Excell Green pleaded
abide by the decision of the do so. It may take some time beth Negro woman-herself charged Jacksonville.The .
quizzed by three panelists! wi BHS stealing-who accused a at the guilty in County Court to a Jess-
people. Registration \\ sheriff said that
to accumulate the funds,_ though.I the candidates The last of the summer series
bringing their Lawtey man of bilking her out time the incident is alleged toer charge petit larceny, was
think we could build a beautiful own questioner All students fined $250 and made restitutionof of 12 union evening worship services -
will enter of $71.
have occurred no bond had beset en
Car. Theft will be held the First
pool for $20,000 which could go The schedule as announced by Bradford High School grades 7 $80..Judge'. ", at
A formal charge of petit larceny for the woman.
in with the present program.'" Zack win be: through 12, and have not regist- Patten placed Monroe Presbyterian Church Sunday at
: An affidavit was filed this week of $1 ,has been placed After she gave the youth the ..
GROUP.. VOTL'G. "1 favor it I Aug. 26. W., T. Jackson; Aug.! erect for the 1957-58 term should Addison on probation for t woSp'm. (
charging Herman Sheppard with against the youth, Bobby Pad- money and he did not return,
much.' 21, J. D. Doyle; Aug. 28, Carl do so in the principal's office dur years for receiving stolen goods. Special music will be provided
the theft of an automobile. JudgeT. : very mgBeecher the week of Aug. 26 gett.The the woman complained to jailer' Addison by the First Presbyterian'choir
Johns; AJIK: 29, Randall Chitty: principal had pleaded guilty to
A. Yawn
set bond at $2500. Cleo Finch sheriff
woman, King, Dolph Reddish. The was
W. Payne said this week. and the the
Aug. 30: W E. Thornton receiving goods which his soup n, male quartet of
The accusation was made by Profanity Charge ; Aug. Hours for told Sheriff P. D. Reddish. that notified and Padgett picked
Sheppard's cousin David I 31, James' A. Lewis; Sept i, J. R. registering will be Leroy Addison, had stolen from ,First Methodist Church. The
Sheppard 8:30: to she gave $70 in bills and silver in Lawtey.
i a-m. 12 noon and 1:30: to a Lord's '
a store in Raiford. Supper will be served by
who told the ; Sept. 3, Ewell Lawson younger
judge that -
A of 3:30 dollar
Herman Sheppard had agreed to I -charge using profane- sept. 4; 'Merrill Edwards; : p.m. to Padgett after he Padgett had a silver dolar' on Addison is now serving time in the Rev. "'. S. McAlfley and the

take over payments on the car I: languageVas placed against Roy Sept. 5, Mrs. Ruby Johns; Sept had promised to use the moneyto him when he was arrested', the State Prison for breaking and Rev. J. E. Sherwood and elderi

but ,had taken off with it beforethe I Starling last week on an affidavit 6, W. C. (Bill) Lane and Sept. Worthless Check post bond for her. sheriff"said, but did not have entering and auto theft committed of the host church.
The deal
was made when Pad- the rest of the
necessary papers were signed signed by Everett Green. 7, I. E. Clark money the woman earlier this year. Rev Sherwood will preach the
leaving David With'the The incident is K. Kite was charged last week: gett and a friend were visiting accused him of taking. John Prentice Daniel
Sheppard alleged to have "This series baa been plannedto was sermon. Each member of :the cooperating
with passing $70 worthless checkto an inmate in the jail she said.
payments to make on a car occurred at the corner of Orange better acquaint the Padgett was freed' under $100 placed on probation for three 'congregations la urged
he didn't have.Herman people of, W. E.llliams.. The checkI She at first gave him the silver bond.
street and Brownlee road. years on a grand larceny charge.He to be
Starke with the candidates and present and the pastors of
was on a Tampa bank which dollar to call
reported a bondsman The
Sheppard is reported to Starling's bond was set at help select the right man for the I that Kite had When King woman had been had pleaded guilty to an at these churches extend a cordial
no accountthere.
be somewhere In Padgett returned
he arrested
Michigan. I told. on a charge of shopliftingfromJtte temptto obtain
100. I', job, Zack commented. her that her _bond had $250 through a welcome to the public to attend;
been set A & P store.
mortgage. this last ,service of the aeasoa.>

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.. carted off his Ford 9N tractor. a.tlee T* Appear HOLLINGS WORTH. lowing terms and conditions: .
editorial ... t To: Elaine Phillips, whose resl- NOTICE OF SALE 1. The sale price shall i be subject
-* "gene*:: XWTYbrft. ; anffRbs ?ad- Pursuant to an Odrer of the to the !approval, of the "County.
Heard talk and 'sato color' Aresa ia: Pv 0., Box 268.: O\d Ch l8eSUtionrf County Judge of Bradford County. Judge's Court.
..R 1) West ISth Street. Florida the undersigned as Ad- 2. Title will .be conveyed by Warranty ;
slides vat the mil conservation Newt! York.N'ew Tort. ,minlttrntor of the Estate of Franklin Deed subject only to' that
., t8fi 18 t li fg r giigJ meetings this''-week;!'that'-'give'>a pYou_sr. ,,.r.b7.. .ot1t1'0 that a C. Hollingsworth, deceased will terrain mortgage dated the 99that
tor Div. .. _,.. 1954. and
arer being :t tix rc # "f"1 offer at 11 o'clock a.m. on the 27th of November
good idea of whatnrteps -
t u *..n>fn &iaciIanyoafta7thbov ; day of September, 1957, for public Mortgage Book 32. page423.. -
o taken'to1 this country'-to protect .. .Mmt4.C..Uaa.1M.*. sale the following: described real 3. .The sale will be for> cashv. or
.T188t, 'r.**r. r.q..4.to serve a sot property to-wit: at the option of the Administrator
o'if4 hers our'great -resourceS- your answer or pleading to the etm- The South 20 teet of the East he may require a downon payment
9: Jt 1r. 'ti. ,'" !((4(11! .r Y Also made''plans ,to I try and''attend 7Lloya Uah plaintiff* Attorney 46H feet of Lots 1 and 3 In of 10 per cent (10 the day
I .. i Vq 'I statt1.: JiaQarKr 1 DIiI4JD nock: 18 in the Town of Starke of the sale and the balance of the
Should your.'VQtei.' &\'sty; election: count,as V. i ;z. the' meetingwhm ::J&4bonvU1e.F) Wa.J".- ? Florida more particularly described payment to be made at the time of
our entry of"'Ruddy Sapp Ss'go- tad fu. tb. original the fflc. of as commencing at SE closing of the sale. -
mich & :jxwr.Jiett-door. neighbor's, or that other t f V the Cl rk of the Qircuit Cou/t oa or corner of the East 4$ft feet of 4. The Administrator win enter
ing to compete for the public frefof..tbe Lots 1 and 3 in Block 18 In the Into a contract for sale to carryout
fellow's;up the;street?" 'rU' :h" ;''' rail;i :3 :L? speaking award: ,23rd. day'.ot? September, ..19T;.. Town of Starke, Florida and the purposes and Intent of the
Pn the surface,; such! a.question,sounds ridiculous 11'3Connie :c "-v' .P -*: S i ifIf UerwU tb. allegations ui mid run North 20 feet thence West Court Order: which contract" will
Complaint will, bf taua M con- 46H feet thenee South 20 feet (Inelude the provisions relating -
of.. 'oursfruCertainly,, we. \isay-. all .vo es we watch 'we' can see some Me4.br TOO.-. ,. thence East 46H feet to pointof to real property.By .

eoijnt equally,;:: One of the principles upon which Very human traits in our animals. ,a..:.Thaoeticsshall.<;....acb!, week for four, be consecutive pabUwcd nut beginning Street :SO! fronting feet, situate on ,Wal-lying for: Joseph Administrator A. McGowan., Miller Attorney I Bidg'. I

American democracy: was.founded i;is that, ,all Take forV instance, Hope our ....kaBr 4tGrcl County Tele- and being in Bradford County. 11 West University. Avenue, I
qualified voters Have an equal in who shouldbe. young' milk cow; 'and' the sold i6Stfi&d; ; $e :Xut1:' 57.tg7rIc said .sale Florida to be subject to the fol- Florida/'t3t VIS \
.. hens that' roost'along the bans- .Li 1aEAU CIaU..D.-DJ v
placed in positions ofauthorityin. : our various Clerk of the Circuit Ceurt
: yard fence:: We've!'heard'a' toss Br' Uarlan..L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

governments i-< national, state, and locaL there every night and this ''I 8/2S 4t '/13

a Yet, in city flections right here in Starke, a -- week we learned what it is all \ -

situation exi Fats-.that allows the'ballots of a few : Vining Tells Changes: al out. Hope comes along there ",The PCALL ar
voters to count more 'much more than every night and KNOCKS THE of Bradford County, Florida,
will receive 'bIds ''at '10:00 o'clock
others. Jri fact, in past elections we have seen You Can't See Cows For r Trees HENS OFF THE FENCE. Don't A.1L, Tuesday September 3.. 1957.
ask us .why. The' cow is 'gentle for the City of Starke under their
these few votes carry'BQ much weight that they Mosquito Control Program, for the
and' likeable in every".wa"* but following: piece of equipment:
have frequently determined the outcome of when Its) comes to bens, she II One (1) New Caterpillar Die."elNo
Council elections. But It Wasn't Always THat Way 'Traicavafor, Series C,
just plain mean! with the following attachments:
This flouting of our basic democratic principles S Crankcase Guard
Electric Starting System ,
is fostered by the outmoded system of L. D. (Lonnie) Vining, who retired We had an uninvited guest Hood, Side Doors

electing Council members that is presently in use last June after 20 yearsof drop in this week, and as we Track Blower Roller Type faa Guards' .

here _. the system under which all of the Coun- service with Container Corporation -: ,+F thought he'd only 'stay a bit and Full Flow Hydraulic 011 Filter
1% Cubic Yard General Purpose -
cil candidates are lumped together and run of America, has a unique mosey on, we didn't mindTrou- Bueket

against each ot1erjn a kind of catchascatchcan way of summing up the ble was that althoughhe' was Oil J5" Triple Type' Flywheel Grouser Tracks Clutch

.. free for all. The top designated number of change he has seen take placein Ug-andc' Btrongl"hWtdidft't. =?seem Delivered F-Qa Starke. Florida.
over' this Interested ta<'doing'an, vworlflforus The Board of County Commis-
: candidates win a place and the rest lose out, timber practices ,; (fhe mowed-thejhwraAAonte; sjcners of Bradford County re-
span. of two decades. 8<>rves the fight to eject any or L .-.ac. 4
: making it obvious that it boosts an individual bat-did-'a" :; ;, stoppy.-ijob AHT'be- all bids.
"When first started to work
.. candidate's cause to "single shot" him and not 'kept*;doing was eating eatfDc.eattng'p (OFFICIAL SEAL) I'
for Container in 1937, you could Charles A.-Darby,
: vote for anyone else. : just: lilur l'?!a horse. from Clerk Circuit Court 3 Pc. Sectional
o.n'the Sofa
from pond to .
see a pond
t Bradford County Florida. .
morning ''tS'-fnightn Finally ourpatienal'came'to'an .. .
But the candidates
who lose be-
M an election ,denuded, cutover'lands in, 8/23 ?t 8/30

cause of the carried by the. "one-shot" Bradford County, Now; after end, andjw>, 1 Round Coffee Table, ... ''t'= : ..
: asked him to-:leave; Well!'he*Just : 3 '
votes 'are not the only ones who lose from such a 20 years of fire control and 1\ The Circuit Court of BrajforJ ", -
shook his; head: u11f fh*?didn't County Florida .. CS .*ery.
W practice. You, the majority of voters who fulfilled land management by the --pulp- understa.n4'!what.w&; 'meant, "10 Ethel Holmes, plaintltf. ys. Lee 2 Step End Tables .
.. mill companies and privateown- Roy Kalch, Jr. et al. .
your democratic obligations by voting for we" saW that .1we'd have to''Tin NOTICE OF CQMJIISSIOXEUS! '"

: the designated number of candidates, also lose. ers, the, timber is .so thick you him off? But">when'*he o>1a11!'bUk BALE 2 Table Lamps' 'i; .< ;j : J
Take Notice
would notbe able to see that that the undersigned :
: You.lose a'part'of your rights} in the selection ofofficial's hoe ears ':'and:lIatarttd'IwfDgnc Commissioners appointed by the .. .< ; ,l
cow Just 50 yards awayhe. declares histail- around-but.'oVCourse Court la the above entitled cause, : '''',.\.
: ,,and i it would seem probable in most **. r will; In accordance with the Final : ... '. .... .

cases that you would also be apt to lose in the A homely illustration, perhaps It-was a mule. What did youthink :Pecree entered by; the Court OB .,.. .. ".
!...... ,. ,_ August 15th 1957 sell to the highest .. .
: quality of officials elected and the type of government but, a very apt one, and ,- --II-iI\" ; _, -- -r---- bidder for cash the following \
j. !.Lil L' 'j lands situate I iq Bradford County.
: administered. nothing tells the story' of im- of timber, has really becomworthwhile. e :11." Florida, to-wit: All For Only
The nature of politics would indicate that proved timber .practices in the .". -00KEPrI8'p"! l ,. v cReY N% of SEVi of NWtf of Section ,
a Si
Township 7 South,
; c.. Brae*'. Ranl'eZ -.
: Council, member. elected 'by one-shot votes would past 20 years quite as vividlyas Vining points ,out that ,the Stalltajs; puterSunday % East,
"., school 10 e m.;'jnoja- at public outcry at the South front .,..
how. far can see a cow in '
.. be more or less obligated to the clique that cast you companies owning the plug mills lad worship, 11 M. trafhta door of the. county courthouse i in f
Bradford County! have bought: some of the, old, t !? Starke Florida at 12 o'clock noon
these votes, and might feel inclined to show union 7 p. m.; evening worship on September .4, 1957.:
: Vining's forestry experience cut-over forest lands (still less 8 This August 19. 1957.. : 5
them favors at the p. m.
f the
expense t> general
public. dates back to 1920 when he first than 10 per cent, and are settingthe A. J. Thomas, Sr. 201-P
: It is alsoprobable( that a person who would came to Florida and took over Wednesday-Hour of Prayer,, W..B. SewellJ.
: pace i in timber growing. Improved 8,p. m. R. Kelly .
: violate democratic principles by soliciting one- management of a 16,000 acre practices have become ... Commissioners. ,
-- shot votes would also violate other democratic tract of virgin (orginal growth) the' general rule today, and are Hollls Attorney V.for Knight Plaintiff.Starte! Florida 123 EAST CALL STREET .
co AOTK26
: rights and principles after election, to the ulti- timber land .foo the old Empire followed by most of the ,private In rirrnft::\ rnnrt.10.PEAR Bradford Cei.ty 8/23 2t 8/30 PHONE 80
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: mate detriment of the city and its citizens. Lumber Company."In owners, even those with only Boyd T. Phillips Ckam: eir, la The County Judge' CourtIB

.. You, the voter, can correct this situation- those days, 'management' small farm plots. Elaine Phillips. Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. And ida, IB For Probate.Bradford County Flor .. .,.. ..

: storing your vote to its full power, and insuring meant operations looking on the after property the logging and Vining's work with Containerwas rr Case No. 12-335 'IN .RE; .Estate. of FRANKLIN: C. .. ,-

that Counell elections not in land management, but
: in the future will register paying taxes until all the timber .

the will of the majority of' voters instead of aminority. was cut off, with no thought of .in procurement of timber and ,
timber lands '
N You, and only you, can do this by any future crop of' timber on field representative, and his in title the' tim-was rj* .* i -r ., .

: voting on September 10 for the amendment that the same land. This cut-out-and- ber ,
department. At the
time he
... will,establish Council voting' by groups. get-out methodwas ,the general started 20 years ago, the timber To All Television Set Owners---;
: practice in those, days on private
Adoption ot! agroup system will eliminate department had five employees, I ,
: and for alt the'evils lands. The U. S..Forest Service .'two in the office and -
once of the one-shot vote three : n Ik
was already doing pioneer workin .
., which makes the ballot,of the onershot voter two reforestation, however, the. field. Today this department "

: three times prac- alone has 50 employees. WFGA-TV Will Be On The Air With
more powerful than those cast by ticing timber conservation on the Daily, -
'number of candidates. The group system, owned in Florida-one near my territory extended ; < Television Program Service Starting Sunday, '

: whereby each candidate announces in Ocala and another in West Flor- westward to Greenville, Fla. and ".. .
whichgroup ida. The Olustee National For southward to a line across' the : September 1st.
: he wishes to will ,
run, also} do much to state' from Daytona,to Brooks-
'S est .had not yet been established. '
clarify the council race A candidate who wishes ville," Vining said. "Later I was t ." A
"It was not until Dr. Herty of
.. to .run against a.certain incumbent may do so, Savannah Ga., worked out a relieved of the West Florida and, i .-.>. .- .
: rather than running East Coast worked ;; I t.
.. vaguely against the entire formula- for making pulp from, : territory- and ( Y .' .

I .. 'field.' our Southern pine and a pulp on down the State to as' far : : Check Your Television Set And Aerial Installa-
: I
as Fort
The Myers. During ,
: group method does not mean. as many mill was built in Savannah and my ,20, .
.. people:seem to think, that the city will be divid anothe in Panama City in the years on the road..1 estimate "i Number t

: ed jnto geographical divisions 'with early ,1930's that, our landowners that I" drove upwards of 500,000 a : : <; tfon By Turning Your Set Dial to 12
a Council i 1 miles. -
: member,,being, elected began. to realize it would be. :: '
amendment from each zone. If the profitable to grow another crop Will he find time1 hanging .. Several* Times. Each Day Until You Receive the

: : is adopted, Council members \\ill 1 of pine their denuded heavily his 'J
.. on acres, on hands after 20 .
still be elected in city-wide balloting, .but each Vining said. such active ? "Not WFGA TV Test Pattern that is Being
: years at all
post.up for re-election will be .. .... t
a separate most instances, all that .
group, says Vining, who is
: instead of all in a memberof ;. / : Telecast Each Afternoon and
one, mixed-up race. Was necessary -togrow trees the Official Board of the' Evening. .

: If you vote for the amendment on September was simply to keep wild fires First Methodist Church, a Past ;... .\ :;-f '.

: 10 you will be voting to make your vote the. equal 1 out,, until a new crop could get Commander of American Legion .' -' <, ?>-ry<*?.',- ;'. '" e.

of every other voter who goes to the polls. If established," Vining declared. Post 56, and the Bradford Ma- -J,-. !i.r .

: you vote against the amendment "Very little planting was neces- sonic Lodge. "I hope to find time -' '. r -' : .
: voting! to make if. possible for you will be sary and..is not even now except to, fish some of those good fishing '. : You Do Not Need To Install A Converter On

to someone else'vote s in extreme cases wherethere holes I discovered :'while on ,;j I.,.,:': ." _. ', : ,
S.: as much as three of yours. With have been no seed trees left the road for Container; but h i j/ Your Set To Receive Channel 1 12 Your
more and more pulp mills /
\ never had time to stop at be-

:MM Read It And Weep- 7 coming..! into the state, growing'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYl, fore.. ,"'. .... .. ii .r,.;..".,.......'.. .'.!-. V Present.AenatMay. Be All You Will t Need. To. j

'YYYYYYYYVVYYYYYYYYVVYYYYFormer's .-;" See Channel 12 Check With Your
.. For more months than t .
we can remember we .:- : .

: have been hearing that ,U. S. Highway 3Q1 north DiaryBy I 'V., ; ". : Local TV Serviceman If In Doubt.
: of Starke to ,
was widened four-laned Sam McGarrrj

-- rebuilt.. improved .. .
For an equal number..of-, months thousands only thing; flowingnorth.. ., .

: of cars have; been bumping,over the road' i s sIn .

: dodging: mammoth,trucks at-the peril of life and between showers, a lot >of t : WATCH CHANNEL 12-TV TO SEE ;;

limb.tourists i\ have been introduced the stockmen.are making all the J I

: to Florida -over "the rocky road to hay they can but a man has to I I WldeW ide World Sundays at 3 PM I.. Dave GarrowayLocal I'

S Dublin." be' a good guesser and then (

:: Now, in place :of improvements get ..signs have luck to get a 'crop of hay \, ; News, Sports & Weather Daily at 6 PM and 10 PMKraft ,
in these f ,
: (sample above) '
'proclaiming tQ the world that -
: U. :S. "Substandard Theatre and This Is Your Life
301J3 necessitating a reduction Feeder pigs sure are scarce We're in f Wednesdays, ..

-= The of fact speed that! the State Road .. now bringing and what fancy.there ,ate, arpundare and this is the one time Dog Days of the again year t Groucho. Marx and Dragnet -- Thursdays &: ''
Department prices. I
a man doesn't feel, like j ,'.t. s ,
: it -- <
necessary to post,such signs on a highway some farmers who have.. doing anything but going fish- The Big '
; Friday Niglit Fights at 9 PM .;. .
that its _
: /91git! figures-show is the third traveled hundreds ot miles. trying -, ing:; and the' trouble with;;that is-, > : i

heaviest traveled U- S. Highway in Florida is a to" locate pigs to- put.into the fish' don't feel like biting 1 Big League Baseball Saturday Afternoons .
: stigma on the entire either. It's j :; ,;j ". I
stajte.\ All the glowing ad their corn but they came home a good time to hunt "l ** 9* ; *

: vertising done in Northern publications and .all again pig-less.. the shade and'take. e it easy. i .. /,- : Your Favorite NBC Programs* and 'Stars A'AH :< )

: :.thftifanpY brochures mailed away cannot, offset s Awhile -. < .',.. ,'.- ,, t ** v t
ago we mentioned in, >' .. .
.. the -
damage i Vjoneriby; a simi that announces to the That was & good turnout at this column that we missed hat ;: .: 1; .. ;
** '
: \V'Orld ,that Florida lets one of its most popular Pete Griffis' berry planting ing! okra and almost before we ':' \ .:.--.4.*. '. .. '
4 and heaviest ground a while ago when, the I / ,
traveled tourist routes become "sub soil .was. fumigated against knew it two neighbors' A., )M.McClellan i i'q ::.
standard"There .and Mrs. Dave Tanner.
nematodes. Who but
:.. has been knows :what each brought us a
so much buck-passing mess. We were
about the
: the delay in improvement nematodes may be the answer .afraid when we wrote it, that C A M WFG&TVJacksonville', {
: work on U. S. 3Q1 that. tothe. question of what hasbeen some. people might think '0' .
frankljwe cannot say .wh Q i is'tq hlame But ruining the berries around were hinting.and we -
we won't da it
M- somewhere} komehQw,wee hope} th a someone sees here and fumigation may take again, (but oh,- my that okra t

: tbls sign and is shamed. .into taking.action. care of it. se. tasted mighty good!) : i iCLannel ik

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'. THE'BRADPQRQ COUNTY TELEGRAPH As the spying goes, we're get- It's getting so, these days that- I

--w- -,t.: .1.-- .IEST. 1"78..*-. ting rain""a but right we read smart,of'amount.one place of you lying Cant around leave', for,any fear little.that thing = nnift !
someone -
.. kOi1DA'e". clan,: WEEKLY darnts that ,must have the record fora .will,come along and carry it 2 On The Air i' :

-.. .;eMee ,r4.ttmttD: CClNTtflOtlaLY v single rainfall. In Japan, papers off.! Take .Foster ,Ski; .Smith's Sept. J
.. : UllD 'THE AIM MAtTHCAD. report that they had 26 tractor for J
... ? w .t I 'I. ... .r inches -of rain in 24 hours and example. He left U
out in one of his fields and f ;
.. I rUMLICHEO EACH *,ub&.um INTCMB A8 ittdbMBTM CLAM if that happened around here the when -
TTW .4T THC POST ..QFF"C.4T TAIUCE. FUOBiQATHI 1laeOq back h@ ha4 the"surpris e
a a ACT'Or ITARCH >T;18ft; St John River woulcfe't! be the of his life for some scamphad




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Negress Nabbed Shoplifting; j Council Assured Council AssuredOf No Converters Needed- I Oil Company Buys Notice To: Donald To Appear D. Teal whose address the before Clerk the of 23 the day Circuit of Sept.Court on 1957 or
I .
I I is: DKI, St. Albans Hospital, ull> rwU the allegation of &!
For New TV Station Temple Avenue TractA Ward 143, New York Xew York. Complaint will" be taken as contesi.
Reported Part Of Jacksonville You are Hereby notified that a ed by you. ,
Ring .I Change was Made suit for Divorce and restoration Tnii- notice shall te puolientd
Officials of WFGA-TV in plot of land at the corner of maiden name has been filed once each week for four conitcu*

A'. Negro woman, reported by the store with the King woman, Natural GasThe Jacksonville, the area's new Temple Avenue ,and the Raiford 1 against you In the above named tine J".It'gta.eeks i in the Bradford County t
Court and cause and you are reQUIred -
the sheriff 1 to be a member of but wasn't observed taking any- In Power BillAn .Channel 12 television. station, road was sold recently to the to serve a copy of your an- Dated this. 21 day of Aug., .193fcOFFICIAL. .
$F1ipraise!: A. U rOy
a Jacksonville shoplifting ring, thing. Sherriff P. D. Reddish wish to point out the fact that Orange States Oil Co. by the swer the or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the complainton ( Clerk of the Circuit Court

was arrested last Thursday for said it was reported to him later City Council was assuredthis ho converters or other special Bostick Corp. The price paid for Lloyd Pass, '210 Clark Building, By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

Stealing .meats from the Starke that the other woman had stolen official copy of the city's'I' week that full contract requirements equipment will be necessary tol{f the property was $21,000, accord- and Jacksonville file the original, Florida in the officeof 8/2: 4t 9/n
of natural
I for
A.. &: P..,. Store. some cigarettes from the WinnI power bill finally convinced City gas receive Channel 12 on any tele- ing to tax stamps. the Clerk 'of the Circuit Courton NOTICE TO APPEAR
I I operation of the municipal before 23rd of IB Circuit Cart Bradford teasty.Florida ; .
power or day Sept.
Store manager Walter Luke Dixie Supermarket, but she had' Council members this week that vision set. All sets have a num- The property consists of three 1957; otherwise the allegations of i IB Cfcmaetry.
aid the woman: Cleo Finch left town before the information their wishes were not followed plant will be available., I ber 12 on the tuning dial, and- lots'with 150 feet facing Temple said Complaint will be taken as Leo Scott Brown Plaintiff. vs.
The information came in a letter the station's will) be avenue an dis 105 feet confessed Ly you. ,Jane Q. Brown, Defendant.Case
King, with of bill- programs deep.
was literally caught reached him. in certain provisions the This notice shall be publishedonce i .No. 12-333
from the engineering firm of received by merely setting the Until last the each week for four consecutive SotlH Te AppearTo
the goods, the meat concealedunder' The second woman had and they didn't like it."What's year building on
Reynolds; Smith and Hill. I the weeks in the Bradford County Tele- : Jane Q. Grown, whose residence l-
dial at used
that number. property was
her dresr.When of by the Elks '
cigarettes out in a box the the' good having a graph. Is: Raffield Arms, Sumter,
he called police, Luke sheriff said, tut the bottom had bill if it isn't passed like we want The letter said that the gas I, Owners of ,television sets now Club. Dated.this 17th day of Aug., 1957.OFFICaAL South Carolina.You hereby. notified that a
( SIAUCharles
,?aid the woman began to* run dropped out of the box and the i it?, Mrs.. uby Johns remarked. companies had previour.'y issueda receiving Channel 4 .(CBS) sat- A. Darby suit for Divorcehas
statement saying that the re- Isfactorily'should he able to Lutheran Services Clerk of the Circuit Court ti the
and the meat started to falling ciarettes fell on the sidewalk One, word,. "premises, is the get been filed against yea
1 I By Virginia F. Darby Depty. Clerk and and
item the Council members quired amount of gas for the Channel 12 without any modifi- 122. E. Washington St. above named Court cause .
out. He said she had taken about outside the store. She discarded i only 8/23 4t 9/13 and you are required to serve
$3 worth of meat. the stolen goods about a block are objecting to. Aa the bill power plant classed as 'interrupt- cation of their present aerial. Regular services will be held copy of your answer or pleading to
ible," would not be available.But This is i at 7:30, the complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
because the two
The woman had been observed away from the store. stands any outside company would stations Sunday evening, at our NOTICE TO APPEAR Lloyd Bass 21D Clark
need a franchise or permit from an additional supply has send their pictures 'from identical new location, 122 E. Washington IB ClrcBlt. C..n. Bradford c..anFI..d. Building Jacksonville, Florida
tucking the meat under her dress The sheriff said that the IB fhaBcerr.
the city to serve any customerin been> purchased the letter said, l.OOO-'foot steel towers, lo- Street (near Walnut Street.) Shirley M. Todd Plaintiff, vs. and file tne original the Court qtflco of
by assistant Arnett Lee Jacksonville the Clerk of the Circuit en or
manager department "which will be utilized to cated The Rev. A. F. Charles S. Todd, Defendant. .
an annexed:area which they supply just one mile apart in Gerbhardt pas- I before the 23rd day of Sept 1957
.when she thought she waSl'tbeing has advised them that the two full contract quantities.! JacksonvUle. tor of The First Lutheran Churchof To Case No. 12343Notice otherwise the allegations of said
were not serving -at the. time of will be taken as confessed -
watched Luke .said. Lee women are part of a shopliftingring Council Gainesville, will : Charles S. Todd, whose residence Complaint
In other action the : conduct the ,
annexation. But' these other Channel 12 will) begin telecast- and address Is Cnknown. by youThis
.then told Luke about the inci that has Been operating services. : notice shall t>e published once
power companie would not need Adopted an ordinance which ing on Sunday, Sept.: with a You are hereby notified that a each week for font consecutive
dent.When there. y >..1'The to will bring firemen under a pension daily All'persons without a home suit for Divorce week in the Bradford County Tele
such a permit serve anypremises" .line-up top NBC national has been faeo. against yea tn the
she got to the cash King woman was released which they were program identical to the one program and local features, in- church are invited to attend. above named Court and cause and graph.Dated this 17th day of August
register, she paid for only a 10 you are required to serve a copy of
under $50 bond. rving at the time of annex recently undertaken by the police cluding Saturday afternoon 1957.
;i big- NOTICE APPlMKIn four answer or pleading; to the complaint
cent package of crackers, the OFFICIAL SEAL)
department. Firemen's contri- Circuit Court. Bradford Cody on the Plaintiffs Attorney (
ation. league, baseball, the Friday night I Charles A. Darby. '
manager said. Florida IB Chancery. Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida
CHURCH OF GOD The Council favored a version butions are matched by state fights at 9 p.. m., and the World Rose Teal, Plaintiff, vs. Donald D. Title Building, Jacksonville 2, Clerk of the Crrcnlt ourt.
"1''gage her a chance to pay, would have used the funds which come from a tax Series .on, Oct. 6. Teal, Defendant.: Florida By Virginia F. Darby, Depty. Clerk
but she didn't," Luke said. He Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning which on casualty insurance premiums Case No. 12-S34: and file rbe original In the office ot Bin tt /13
Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday words "persons. industries or -
stopped her when she out oi
Agreed to have three trees on -
Evening Service 7:45 YPE corporations, in this last sec- -
the ;store but she' denied that Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m. city property taken down between THRIFT-SHOP A&P FOR A FULL WEEK. .
: m.
she had ,any goods.: p.
the street and a tract ot
Prayer Meeting & LightCo.
Friday 7:45: p. m. Florida Power
"You couldn't tell that she at the of
land corner Temple
LAWTjCT had requested the change to
had anything concealed on her, Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn premises on the,grounds that! the avenue and the Raiford road to

he said.' I | g Ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service other form would have preventeded make way for the constructionof

Another Negro woman was i ir I Saturday 7:30 m. again a new service station.
them from hooking up hilt auesl
atu t
with the places they served pre Voted to advertise for: bids fora u

;& viouslv but which' had new oc- contract for chlorine. The present hilw.V

cupants.The contract expires next

Council members fought month.

MAKE SMALL REPAIRS the change on the grounds thatIt No one. appeared to protest
o about of the 32 de-
make it for
would impossible

t BEFORE THEY GROW *,. places the city previously to ever take served over by FPL.any leted voter by list the last Council week., from the SAVE MORE e A&P BRAND FRESH


pttG t THEY DO YOU KNOW St. Mark's Episcopal Was Charles Prison H. Cope Employee Dies; INSTANT

KeY. Raymond f".. MacBlaln
63, died 6 OZ
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Charles Cope 1isijJ
16C Church will be as follows: at his home at State Farm Wed-

Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church nesday evening, Aug. 14, following JAR

School and Adult Class; 11 a.ra. an extended' illness. COFFEEFHormel
p.m. Y. P. S. L. Mr. Cope had been an''employee :

Wednesday: 7:8: p.m. Litany at the State Prison for

and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir 20 years. He was a native of..

4/4S Practice. Nassau County.
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LOCAl TKACIUAUU,La. 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30: a. m. Surviving are his L wife, Esther. ,"': ;.crrNM,
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday Higginbotham Cope;' a daughter, #

awaits everyone. Mrs. J. A. Odum of Durham, N. Always welcome!

C. a son, Donald Gene Butlerof .., ..i... :' '''' '
; ::! tJJ
Jacksonville; a brother MilesD. 'ff; ;:: ; nbUM61"
., .
Cope of Brunswick, Ga.; a !l ?: ; Sj4.I .
C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister f
sister, Mrs. E. D. Joyner of Fer- .. } :"" ../J
SUPPLIES Sunday Sunday School, 1 0 nandina Beach and four grand- ;. s, ,.!!: .".-> "." SuperRightSMOKED'
a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., .

'p'c4Sc333 evening service, 6:30 p. m. children.Funeral services were held in : lb
Wednesday Bible study, 7:3 ( SAUSAGE 57.c
p. m. the Starke DeWitt at 3'C.p. Jones m. Friday Chapel with at food Cake OHLV39c >

Radio Program Station
WRGR, Sunday, 8:30 9 a. m., the Rev.. Guyi' Carter officiating Jane Parker Delicious SuperRightFRANKSMMeaIperib'
Burial followed in Riverside Memorial
Subject for the month "The
: Park in Jacksonville. .


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--.t..t.I Lewis. 'Haines II AndOuida Jenelle Bra33y Judith. AnVRay F. Normon SK, Community Bank

I Recite Vows In Ft. Lauderdale Church Rites Weds In' Jacksonville r
J Million
,1 Bradford Natives Tops $1

Miss Judith Ann Ray daughter -

of Mr. and ,Mrs. O. E. Ray Dies, 'Rites TodayFrancis The Community State Bank of
1 'of Jacksonville and James Fran- s a Starke, which opened for business -

t es'Mcclelland.-Jr.. km 'O f Mr. Marion (Tobe) Nor- Bradford last March 19, reached its
and Mrs.J.: F. McClelland,' also County Hospital an- first milestone of a million dollars
Gladys Mooty t 'resident and
; 82,. a lifelong" '
nounces the following births:
in 20, according
-- -, -'-. of Jacksonvillewere1 married deposits on August -
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prominent fanner of Mr.'and Mrs. William Fowlerof .
K Ys Friday' evening, Aug. 16,- at ? i to an announcement yesterday
Birthdays Feted Theme Officers County, 'died 'early Wednesday Hampton daughter, Kathy by Wm. S. Terry cashier.
... 1 o'clock.. in the :Murray Hill Presbyterian Bradford
}morning in County Jewel born Augr. 16. "We are especially proud to
WitrTPartiesLinda Church.- ;The Rev. Yale ,
For Woman Club HospitaL: He had been in failing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Mar- reached our first million in deposits -
4 { Gunn officiated.The ing health for some time. tin of Lawtey a son born Aug. after having been open for
Reynolds celebrated her Adopted At Meeting"An I bride, 'given in marriageby '
!tfr; Norman' was born inBradford' 17. only five months and one day,"
fifth birthday' anniversary Aug. \ her fatherwore-a of
gown :
t.fi't' '
r County on Feb. 27 1875 Mr. Terry'said.
3 with a party for 15 friends. Informed Club Woman- I Chantilly lace and tuUanet over .
to Better will 1 and was active in farming mostof'bis' Mrs CopelandDies "All of the officers and direct-
Stan Reddish, who was two Key a Comunity" satin, .featuring-! bateau necklineS '
years old on Monday, celebratedthe be the theme for the coming t t.l outlined ,with appliqued ,lace life. He 'Was a5 member of At Bedford LakeMrs. crs and of the bank are pleased

occasion with:a party for ten i year of the Starke Woman's flowers -and a cathedral .train of the' Methodist Church and, had with the reception ''that the people
friends that' .ner lOon.- i Club it was announced at the served as a: steward, Sunday Hannah Carlsen Copeland here have given this new institu
ruffles. The dress trimmed
Emily Ann Lewis lI". Celebrated executive board meeting held -with. School 'teacher and ''superintendent 69, of Bedford Lake died 'tion, and their goal is to serve
her 11th birthday Thursday"after- Wednesday afternoon of last iridescent paillettes and p arls;' for very many years. He at her home Thursday afternoonof the needs of the people of Starke

noon with a theatre 'party ,for week. .. was--tyted. ,:withascalloped. -lacepeplum. ,,.was also fOl'1)1erlya school last week following an illnessof and Bradford County," the cash--
six 'friends. Cake and ice cream trustee and 'had served on the several months ier said.
before Mrs. A. Russell Norman pres- e, The 'matron -of honor Mrs.
were enjoyed attendingthe Advisory bbajrd: of' the Farmers A native of Brooklyn, N. Y.
matinee. ident, presided over the caned"planning" Barbara Sullivan, sister of, the nephews.Funeral!
w Home Administration. Mrs: Copeland had been a resident services held in
meeting. The follow- -- .; bride- wore a- dress"of- blue em- "
ing chairmen were appointed: FY 't t* J- ,. : broidered"-organdy,, ., Mr Normart_ 'is survived by his of Bedford Lake for the the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at
t ; 'wife, Mrs Sadie Norman, Route past four years.. at -2 with
s : Under the First Vice President. a r 'The' ,junior.r bridesmaid, Elaine Starke Monday p. m.
Mrs H. D. Peyton; : Parliament "' Claire'Ray..--¬hef"ilister of,thebride 2, Starke; ''five' daughters, Mr5UZzie' Surviving are her husband, the Rev J. Robert G. Gisler of

PARK arian., Mrs. R. A. Green: Spiritual -wore"pink- ,.embroidered Bloodsworth, 'Raiford; Ralph G. Copeland; two sisters, the Snyder Methodist Church of
'FL'': Loader Miss Clara Leaman:, s; se ,dt orpandy.; ?* Mrs. Lottie Edwards Brooker; Mrs. A. R. Milne of St Peters- Jacksonville officiating. Burial

tARKE Press book Mrs. C. L. Scholl; ,,f Both of the attendants carried Mrs. tattle Ellis, Alachua; Mrs. burg and Mrs. F. H. Lubbe of followed in the Keystone Heights

Courtesy. Mrs. W. B. MundyV:' colonialbouquets, of'white chrVaanthereuma -, Ellen Barber' and Mrs. Carra- Peconic, N:: Y.; a'niece and three. Cemetery

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Membership, Mrs. 'P. L. Bridges; and worematching belle Green:, both' of Jacksonville; -,
f fotirsons.! Levy,'Frank, and Russell ,
August 25, 26, 27 Year Book Mrs. Herbert. Thomas +f bandeaux. --white-, urns/ Miss I.
; American Home, Mr v Lowell Mary Lou -Edwardsof; --SUrrke Norman, .all. of Strake, 'and TO THE CITIZENS OF STARKE
DOUBLE FEATUREDragoon Mathews; Citizenship. Dr. Florence e : thev bride'aeouetn, 4iept"t 'the G. C. Norman, Tallahassee; 34

Wells Jennings; ConservationMrs. I tride'll,:book grandchildren and '25. great .

Frazier Shaw; Internationa- ,Best man was John Franz of .grandchildren.' I leel.the' xperience I have gained i : E ,r,a

MassacreIn Relations, Mrs. J. T. Cocomise: i West. .Palm eaelv and ushers Funeral services. will be held as a former Starke policeman for

jCmeinaScope Youth Conservation Mrs. Davr i were Mike Roberts of Sanford, 'In 'the FirSt. Methodist. Church' over five years has qualified me to '
With Barry Sullivan and Dennis Paulk. Under the second Vice- DonBarton, and. Marshall Ray, today, (Friday) at. 10 a., m, with
I Police-
Chief of
serve you as }
Rev W.' j:
O'Keefe President Mrs. H. H. Adams;. Brother .of the. bride. Churchwell of Jacksonville -

And Education. Mrs. E. L. Matthews; Following a reception at the officiating Interment I

Fine Arts. Mrs. C. H. Naswor- --- 3 ..church.-Mr. and- Mrs., McCelland ,' will follow_ in .tlyal Cemetery I will, if elected: i
Devil GoddessWith thy; Health, Mrs. James Lewis, ; The First Baptist Church of Following: ,ceremony.J .a..reception left fo>.:a,wedding. trip down the under the direction of- DeWitt C: x 1.M.1

Johnny Welssmuller Music Mrs. Lloyd Green. Under Fort Lauderdale''was the setting was held in, ..thesocialhall : ; states;They: will reside laJack ;Jones Ii'uneral"liome. Active pallbearers -: L. .

Plus Color Cartoon: for Children the third Vice-President Mrs. E. July .14 for the marriage of Miss "of the church. ..; ...ft0. sonville. 'wffl be"grandsons. of Mr.: ,

H. Hall: Finance, Mrs Junius Ouida Jenelle. Braddy, daughterof For: the occasions, the, .bride's Both are graduates of RobertE. Ndrmaiu; j 1., Work with parents. to curb juvenile* delinquency.
Wed, Thurs. Augr 28, 29' Smith; Grounds, Mrs.* H. C. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Braddy of mother wore a. light blue ,lace .. -Lee' High School in Jaekeonviile. -. :-

DOUBLE FEATURE Ritch: House, Mrs. W. B. Parks; Fort Lauderdale to Lewis De- dress over taffeta with white .ac : Mrs. McClelland attended ,Arthur Douglas ; ,2. Enforce traffic laws without. any partiality.

Publicity, Mrs. Harry Mooty. Maugh Haines II, son of Rev. cessories., vbridegroom's. mother Jacksonville 'Secretarial School ,

Attack Of The Crab Under the fourth Vice President. and Mrs.. Lewis D. Haines of chose a silk print dress in and will continue her work (fat Taken By DeathFuneral i 3. Have efficiency in the Police Department.
Mrs.-Foster': Shi Smith; Library Starke. Officiating at the 4 0'- shades of blue with white ac> the'Prudential.' Life InsuranceCo.
Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum; Program clock double ceremony was the cessories; Mr. 'McClelland employed
'With Richard Garland and Pamela I I Mr F J Pellum Rev. Thomas Haiuen. Assisting:;; at. the reception by the. American Telephone I Co. services for Arthur 4. Provide more Police protection at night.

Duncan The altar of the church was were Mrs. Jay Burbridge auntof :Mrs.' 'McClelland 1s')the granddaughter W. Douglas, 72, .were held at 4 .

And I 1st Baptist CircleThe lovely with pedestal baskets of the bride and? Mrs. Gordon df :B-; S; Edwards'. < p. m. 'Sunday in the Church'of 5. Always be willing to personally answer any call: at

white gladoli and mums and Weidgon, 'Miss Jane, Murphy, Starke.I r Christ with the Rev. Everett any hour: of the Might ": '
Not Of This Earth Lottie Moon Circle of the centered with an arch of green- Miss"'Tat Sperry' 'and- .Miss Jackie Williams officiating. Burial followed r

Witb Paul Birch.and Beverly First Baptist Church met Mon- ery on which white gardenias Crawford, college ..friends the I in the family plot at Elsey
Mrs.E. appeared. aiso 'Yvonne 'Miss Alice John I Chapel near LakeButler.. .,1 will be grateful for an opportunity to serve you
Garland day night at the home of bride, ,. ssist d.,.Miss. I very
Plus Color Cartoon F. Miles. Escorted by her father, the Smiley was .in "charge. of the We s Maurice Ernst Mr.Starke Douglas died at //his 'homein as Chief 'of Police. I earnestly solicit' your vote. -and
The 'meeting was opened with bride wore a ballerina length bride's 'book. early'Saturday morn- support !in the coming election ,

Fri., Sat. August 30, 31 prayer and 'devotion. The busi- gown of chantillr lace and taf- Mrs. Haines graduated from :Miss, Alice'; St; John of St. ing. He had been active in .

'nOijpLEFEATUREThe ness session was presided over feta. Her bodice was fashioned Florida ;Southern_ College;_ Laker Augustine, daughter of Mr.' and farming the last ..in 25.Bradford County for -_ ..' {V.
by the leader, Mrs. J: D., Doyle with a square neckline, with land, and is a member Kappa Mrs. Vincent St.. John _'of Starke, years.
Little Hut with the various committees .pre- three points of .lace. The waistline Delta social' sorority.. She 'will and Maurice Heamon Ernst'son Surviving are his wife Mrs YOUR FRIEND

filth Ava Gardner, Stewart Gran- senting reports. dropped into a point -infront teach second 'grade at '''North of {Mr. and "Mrs.: 'Maurice Ivan lola Dukes'' 'Douglas of, Starke; a

ger'and David Nivens Mrs. W. B. Mundy. WMU and back with lace 'covered but- Andrews1 Garden Elementaryschool Ernst, ,of Summerdale, : Pa.. were. daughter, Mrs. Jeanette' Crosbyof
And president gave an interesting tons down the back. Her.should in Fort"La derdale in the united in' -marriage :-oh August, ,James Raiford- ; two sons, Cecil and \W. C. (Bill) LAINE

report on WMU week .at Ridge- er length illusion veil fell from fall., S h : 16 at. the' home of the bride's parents of Starke; 'four sister, .
Tyvoi-Gun Lady- Mrs.
., ,. Crawford and Mrs.
?, Vest. ** .7," a. pearl': tiara and he With Peggy Cas'tlePlus white, pray.er book"covered with Forest College; Wake Forest N. *by 1t, v.' 'Wai'renJ.-Kauf. ;' .. Jis"Townsend, 'both'of1.6Lake t. (Paid Pol. "Xdt;) J++*W > :
Serial No. Sand lily of the valley centered witha Mrs. Florrie Hamilton !of
Chapter C. and "is a graduate''of Stetson man., .
Color Cartoon. GET SET for your vacation' white orchid. University College* of Law He For l erVeddi 1g 'the bride Bradenton and 'Mrs. Annie Hall

with a Movie Camera from Bull- Miss Joyce Robertson attended is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha chose an informal gown of white of Coral Gables and 11 grand-

Ington's. For sale or rent.' (tf) '''the bride as maid of honor social fraternity; and Phi .Delta lace with matching jacket and children.

and the bridesmaids were Miss Phi. legal fraternity.Mr.. Haines cummerbund of white satin. Active pallbearers were Earl

Mary Lou Cunningham and 'Miss practices law;Jn. Wilton Maaors. The matron honor was Mrs. 'Goodman, Jim Sasser, Seeber YES ANOTHER 1958PIIILCO
Ruth Christiano of Goodman, W. V. ,Henderson, Ed- ,
UNDER Helen Haines, sister of the bride- Fort-Lauderdale.- Darien,
groom. They were attired in iridescent Among the out-of-town guests Conn., sister of the bride, and gar pukes and Johnny'Morris.

ANY CIRCUMSTANCE HEAR THIS HELPFUL blue crystalette ballerina attending the. wedding were Mrs.B. Mr. Ernst had:as best man JohnF.

i SERMON BY PASTOR11 A.M. dresses with bustle effect in the F. Haines Mr. and Mrs.' Webber .'Holloway'-of'S t., Augustine. I Philip/ Martin eau HTV BEAUTY

back, and carried yellow Fuji B.. Haines;. 3tr. and Mrs. 'Mias ;St. John'' attended school

"Saints Caesar's. Household" mums with white carnations. John D. '.Haines of Altanionte. hi Darien'Conn.-Mr.*. Ernst attended Die; 'Kites, Held
Springs Mr. 'and, Mrs: J, E. school in Pennsylvania
Serving as best was Rev.
man Hidlebran and family. of Starke.: and 'later'served -seven years in Philip Martineau,, 58, of Gra-
7 L. D. Haines, father of the
the U. S. Navy. He-is ham.died in p. local hospital early ,
,and. Mr.. and Mrs... J.,E. Yonge of now-affi-
'8 P.M. "THOU SHALL NOT STEAL" bridegroom, and the ushers were Miami.! ._ .' liated rwith-
iFirst DaVid C. 'Clark, Jr., John D. Mr. and t\ Mrs. 'Haines .are at St Augustine. short illness.
)or.. Martineau toad been a resident
Haines, Donald Eakin, andEd- home at 5281 Northeast .3rd After' a 'wedding trip, touring,

Baptist Church Hampton ward L. Braddy Jr. avenue, Fort.Laudfrdale.. Florida, Mr...and Mrs. Ernst will of Bradford' County''- for x .
be at'home at 137 1-2'Ovieda St., five years, active here' in farming -
St. and cattle raising. He was a IikI
Mrs. Rigdon HonoredOn Sandra Strickland Augustine \ t t |. .'
member of the Cattlemen's As-
77th BirthdayOn sociation land Farm 'Bureau.
Weds L. : ,
: Surviving_ are his wife Mrs.
James Lavender
: Sunday Aug. 11. Mrs. J. ....... Margaret-'Martineau of 'Graham
--. ---...- L., Gentry was hostess at her -- anastepson,-. gt; John Watson 1 i 4
.. home when she. honored, her, mother ,Taken By Death Thomas of the West Palm Beach t{ r
TIME IS THE ESSENCE OF ALL Mrs. J. .J. Rigdon- ', with a Air Force 'Base. .tl, #1

dinner on her 77th birthday an- James L. Lavender of New JServices Htere held in the De ; '

INDUSTRY. Do your banking niversary.The dinner was served Norman River died in a Lake Butler HoSpital Witt,JonesChapel '-at11" a; ri
m. Thursday. The remains were
early Tuesday morning aft- i
i on the lawn? of the Gentry home
at '1 o'clock. er a long illness. cremated. .. .
where SAVE TIMEr
you can Mr., Lavender came to Brad- 1 1i
Present to help make this a
ford County from Macon, Ga. and ; .NOTICE DANCE "STUDENTSPatty's :
happy occasion for the honoree
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was a salesman until his retire- Dance Studioannounces
were her five children: Marion ment several years ago. that registration will Jbe held at
T--T: : Pennell' of Boston, Mass.r .Docia $ Surviving are his wife, Lilly the American Legion -.banon
,I Maria McMlllin Sb Petersburg 'from 2 to' 5
of. Merritt Lavender of New River; ThursdayAug.,
'!i .S ; Lacy and Arthur Rigdonof I ',' two- daughters; Mrs. T. O. Cook i p. m. 'Classes will begin Sept. 5

Jacksonville, 'and Mrs. -G ntry. ,t : of Jacksonville' and Mrs. W.. W. For Information call Martha
Also present were two of her i Smith of Pittsburgh Pa.; two Yancey at 249W"aft r. 6..p. m.' _

grandchildren, Lacy Rigdon Jr. ;"...'.''.''' sons, James F. of Long Bridgeand _
J of Jacksonville and Vida Jean Ernest of Kingston, NY..
F, Gentry of Starke, and five of her and .13 grandchildren. ;: GAS-TOONS t
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I Services wereheldfram the .- ;
great grandchildren: Kareen .
Long Bridge' .Christian -Church ;r.

... Rigdon, Phillis Elaine Frank, Wednesday", at,3 ,P.J m- with',the a By.- .
Rick, and .John Odham, all of, Fev, Fred ,Dodd .officiating.! Bur; Ii
THE COMMUNITY -STATE BANK ial ..following' In Dekle -Cemetery GIB BROWN -
Jacksonville, and about:30 other} Butler. 'r I '.' .. .. ,-' ... .' ', .
at Lake T c -' '
relatives and friends;, -Many 1a 1 1r DeWitt' ,C.. Jones/'Funeral Home ,Warm, :l\lah. .Gold'Frame : ..

OF STARKE others called during the ,afternoon : ... ,'j of Sl rke ')Vas in charge of'ar.. '
j i &; If' # f Swivel Base attached.-
. ... -". ........ and evening : Mr. and Mrsv C. ,G.. Strickland" ;: :rangements.r- '.' .J' -......;.......;;.... :,' '. .... .New- .

>lrs. Rigdon has been a resi Sr. ofAitingsley Lake. "announcethe. :, r* ?__ -*. .e-- ..t.\._.. Spur 'Switch' Tuner. Automatic.! Tuning
"A PAR BANK"You dent of Bradford ''County since ,. marriage of their,daughter; F ; .. "

.. Sandra ,Joyce, {o L. M. NofnUnjJr. : Drivers'ExamsExarainatons. Controls,. Push Button' ,Sound put front,
she was 16 and 'is ,
'. years of'age; t t4ii r ,
., son ,of Mr.and Mrs. Leon i
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. still liVing.on .the.same place. iti Norman Sr.'of 1 'for drivers licen- Long 10" Speaker. Many to choose from
Starve.. \
fces.will be held Inthe'Cburthouseinstead : -... ,, -
cordially invited to make this bank YOUR is owned by 'her daughter, 1r ..
are > 20
/ ; The. marriage, took' place. .- 'Friday -;. of the'USO buffing nextThursday YOUR OLD SET WILL ALLOW YOU UP
Gentry. J/ afternooik.Aug.. 9,,,in.,:t the that is .
bank and enjoy friendly atmosphere now
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I hunk;"Ga..They wire accompanied 1 E. Reddick,. ''supervisor tof the "It Tean't be OUT'OF WATER ; TO 110.00, TRADE-IN 'VALUE ., I.

available far your convenience where a cordial Ndtomeiawaits Methodist WS.CS I by Mr and.Mrs.. Geo1ieShu.; drivers license Division of' Troop i I'jasf filled the CRANKCASE -
: G, said UuV'week. l, '
i ford of .Lawtey j this morning."
}. you. The Methodist. W. S.- C..S. met Mr. andMrs.. Norman ,will: The exainu\alions are'held every .See Your Philcb Dealer

I 'tf!>. '!'<,c.l Monday afternoon in the .sanctuary leave the first'of' October for:; Thursday from 9 a. in- until JTp.#; Tk
for Jthelir regular. business Miami where they :will .reside.; m. / ''. i. EVERYTHINGlet: : USservice 't- *. .
and program meeting your car!

l; : .rCOJIPOUNDEII.; SEMI-ANNUALLY MrsC.. 'D. -Williams, president CARD ,OF 1",THANKS Lawtey Registration C. H. NASWORTHY

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presided .the 'meeting -s. Our' ; ;irearUelt. thanks'to OUr 'GIB BROWN ,
r John ''Torode. gave the "devntionaLThe kind neighbors'"and thoughtful( jtegistrationfqr .new first

i MEMBER F.D.IC.-Each Account -insured up to program topic, "A trip to friends"for' .their
the Mission Fields," was given ions of' sympafiiy. mgbeauttlul':' : .
be conducted -Thursday, Aug. Standard Oil Products *
" $10,000.00., by Mrs. Herbert Ritch' and Mrs. floral, offerings, were_u. ..especially F ; 29;begineing at a. nu, principal -1310 E. CALL ST. STARKE,SFLA.
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'!P T. H. Slade. Mrs. W. G. Halle app ia.tecinepoogl. -F >iti ,1 Hugh Ingram; announced this 407 N. Temple Ave.
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closed the meeting 'with prayer. ): week;
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AUGUST 2S, 1957 '-- .- --" '- -- -- *-* ,-"- BRADFORD aHJKT*TKl JSfiK AFH. ,'STARKE. FLORIDA- --11"- ...._-.: -- -, ,-, -

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Lloyd Padgett, .wu honored -;MarthaVantVLaBdmgham- left ..tKn. Cb r_. Hardy and fchildren'rand Mrs., Charles L. 'M ister, for- "1 MOTICE TO AFPEABCtraitt c.olllplah&t -on. the I'\nt'".. ....,rney. .
with- 1 I'. C..rt. Brmifvrt, C..t7.I Joseph K. Shipper %:1 F".t, ri-
a birthday supper last Sunday for, ,Berry' Collefe at '' Ch arlene Denn1s"were ly Jeannette 'McLendon of Or- ",....., 'It ........... ('<* ""Itte auitu.i... .. .,
Saturday night on the occasionof Rome, G&: A ** .,tatiag, Mrs. 'G.1,E. McGauley in indo; will teach in the Starke Johnny T. Scott Jr. Plaintiff, ys. n'.rti1and file f:.e vrifiiAi'-!
Ruby, I .Scott, Defendant. the offjce of the Clerk '> -
his 47th birthday anniversary Mr. 'and.Mr.I. E.'P.; :Duose''Cf Palatfct'' !:Monday. Hemeritary School' this year and CaseNo.. 12-320 ci iurt ta or before the }8 day
Forty-five 'guests enjoyed<tl*. T. Appear of September 1J57 .ilu.r.me
VWVII To: Ruby L. Scott, whose, residence allegations ct said Complaint will .
occasion at the Padgett homeJ I iof: Mr. and Mrs.. Charlie Tuesday: tram"a week'swisit ir her grandmother, Mrs. E. S. and address is: C/o Mrs. be tajcen as confessed by you
I CWO John C. Stephens of Cowen. '. td. *K 13'Mr. Gainesville With' 'his :grandmother Matthews,' on Walnut St. She Elisabeth Pate. 4263. 4th Avenue this rw\&e8 ,wU 61. juata.ped
I IN TM[ NE1MiI South. Birmingham, Alabama. )nce'each week for four coaoecntlT
Camp Blanding, member'of .. and'MrL.. H.,Gibson'' and ; "Mrs; Charles: Hardy Sr will be-joined soon by Mr; lr'eist- Ton are hereby .otin<4 thai a .,ltfor N..aa in the Bradford..:,. Tl.

___ local National Guard CompanyC. fami1y'r returned Saturday".-from Franlde' Hardy is; in Palttkr er'who, is employed for the summer divorce care, custody and, control rash' '
Dated this 14 day of August,
n .. .
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of minor has, been
'- children
1. I" will
v'Q' leave Sunday for 'in whl '
Campr trieDd.S and Decatur; Ala. and
n ; two weeks, visit with ..this week < visiting' his cousin filed against you in the above tsar
I Mr, Mrs. Charles Tatura Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clark of Perry Ohio to take part in the relatives 'In Illinois, Missouri and Cart ;Motes' W ',' attend ''the University of Florida named Court and cause and you Official Clerk Seal)of Charles the Circuit A. Darby Court.,

Of Beach Thui National Rifle Matches being :Jc ..this. fall are required to serve a copy of Marian L. Crosby Deputy C.rklA6
Boynton spent Muncie Ind. and nephew Alan Maryland. Pvt' Tommy.: Haines and Caro" ', ," :iI.' -. .' -t:, -" I([your answer., ,0r, pleading Jo the By 4t (
day to Sunday with Mr. and Clark, of Belvedere, S. C. are held there Aug? 26 to Sept. 10. Mr?' and Mrs :L.', A.. Davisre- McRae' spent Monday at St p-- /

I Mrs. Merrill Struth. spending two weeks with Mr. The team1 to represent the Flor- turned 'list Friday' :after..,spending .Augustinel Beach.
:Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newbernof and :Mrs. L E. Clark. ;! ida National Guard was selected t the past six.weeks in Atlanta Chuck Beckner: of, Fort Laud 'c w:.,-_-!.* "V vA:

Gainesville were Tuesday eve- :Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crockof in June following three-day and Asheville; .N*C.r erdale ;'is '''visiting; his uncle; an/ :
ning supper guests of Mr. and Jacksonville spent Sunday rifle competition at' Camp Bland- -Mrs, A.' 2-Adkins aecompan- aunt ::1.r.' and Mn.- 1. D. Greer COME 1 IN GET OUR DEAL

Mrs ,W. A. Stern and Miss Louise with Mrs. Shellie Hall. ing. I f ied by 'her daughter, Mr&! >Fred .and',Mrs.: 'C."D.D., Williams,

I Stern. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Taylorand Mr. and Mrs. J'; L. Gentry and Guy, and Jane Guy of, Gaines- '.:Mrs.M.. W- Lance 'and .granddaughter

Mrs. Titus Olson is spending baby son Don are occupying daughter 'Vida ,Jean:"taccompan-- vine returned Tuesday after .' Miss Gloria Carswel'

ten days in Olmsted, HL visitingher the Ennis apartment at 420 ied Mrs. Marian, Fennell to Jack vaatIoBiag tot two WC.ks in speat last week in 'tavernes-

mother, Mrs. George Lilley E. Madison St. Mr. Taylor >is sonvUle-- last 'Wednesday' when Waynesville? N. C. with Sheriff and ,Mrs. B. R On This 262 S q. In.

mid relatives. formerly of Tampa and was re- she left for her borne in Boston Roy Turner ,has moved from Quinn an4 daughter.,

r G. L. Farber has been confined 'rectenly stationed with the Air Mass. the .DeWitt Jones' apartment to Misses Baba Lance and Judy

in the Bradford County Hospital Force in Rye, N. H. He will attend WIN A ,FRE& BOAT Saturday the Lake Butler road. Reenyi; nurses at Charity Hospital -

.) since Wednesday of last tie University of .Florida I Aug. 24. Imperial Service Bill Graham entered St. Luke's ; New Orleans,' Lawil1

week. while living in Starke. Station. hospital en' :Monday for. observation spend the weekend with, ),[r., anjirs.

Mr. and. Mrs Floyd Crosby and Friends of Cerblir Carnell will Mrs. B. E.'McRae,-Jr.' and son, and X-raya M. W. -Lance. The Lancer .

r' family are visiting their son be interested to know that he Skipper. of Miami and Mrs. Nor- <' Miss Margaret Pinkins save a will also have as weekend guests '.. ., -" .. V.. 'Tw- -t;....
Russell at Shaw Air Force Base is recuperating after recently man Ives and Miss Betty Sears I BOp party Thursday evening of ?fr. ,and Mrs.. Charles W. Lancr
8. .G ..this weekend. undergoing heart surgery :at of Lake qty were Sunday visitors I last'' week for 40 teenager and family-b SL:Simons Island ALL CHANNEL

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brooker of Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore of Mr: and Mrs. Barney Mc- Lee piffenbaugn"; of, 'Jacksonville Mrs. W. _B..Mundy'and' daugh

Torento. Canada were Tuesday Md. At present he is with Rae and family. is spending' this week with for, Jean, were business visitor "
Mr.:and Mrs W. T. Weekf ant! and' aunt Sen. and L A Pull-push: on 6ff knob
her uncle ;
evening dinner guests of Mr. and his wife and two sons, Ricky, ,' in Jacksonville Wednesday. .
Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. and Alan, at the home, of Mrs. family of Tallahassee are spending Mrs. C, E. Johns; :1t1Sr-Jacktr'HabtT"spent the .,,\. '.- :;,
I Mrs. W. R. Walters and daughter CarnelTs parents in BronxviDe, ,two weeks at the Weeks Capt. Ralph Rhodes and Lt. first of the week with Bobbie 9. tuning .

Claire of Reidsville Ga. ant1Mr N. Y. Mr. CarneU is the grandson cottage at Kingsley Lake. Theyare Ernest1!: HowelK of Texas< and Mr. Basted in Jacksonville. 1 A? Cinelens face glass.
being joined by Mr. and and Mrs. M. B Leaven ef Jack 'F -, !
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*i Mickey McFadden and son of Mr. and.MM. J. T. Quig- Mr. and Mrs.J. G. Holton anc1
Buzz of ,Columbus Ga. were ley and the late Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Mrs. G. K, Bennett and son, sonville"'were weekend guests. of family visited Mf. and Mrs. L. E 9 Up to 20,000 Volts of ,picture

Monday evening, guests of Mr Scott. Kern of Orlandq. Mr: and Mrs." Bill Graham.- Jordan and daughter in Jacksonville power .
and Mrs. E .D. Miw Dorothy Ross returned Mr. and -Mrs; Yancey Harris Sanday.MrA. .' .V I
Tenly. WIN A FREE BOAT Saturday -
.. .,. .., u ,- Aug. 24. Imperial Service Sunday from a two weeks visit and daughter Carolyn; of Wash' a:' J. .Houpt, Mrs.. V.1Strlcklahd W. .0 Many other features .
with friends and ,relatives in Ington D. C and Mrs: Y. A. Jr. and children
Miami and Homestead. Harris of Gainesvife'were'weeke r&ent; last' week vacationing at
Miss Alice Loest and Mr. and .
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ferryman: end guests 'ef Mr.. and Mr G. Beach., Mr. Stricklandwil :'
Mrs. Daytona
M. Loest of Jacksonvillewere
FLORIDATHEATRE Tuesday afternoon visitor Jr. and family of Bethlehem. J. McGriff Sr. .. join his' family!'on' Saturdayfor Giant Size Trades$

of Miss Louise Stern. arrive Saturday to visithis parents Mr. and.Mra."..Jotih Anderson a" 'ten day visit after which \T! !

Miss Dolores McKnight, who Judge'and Mrs. Ferryman and son of Cocoa*' spent y the he will take his family bade to I \
at Lake.
weekend 'with Mr: and Mrs. A.
has been teaching in the ele- DesMoines, .la where; he la in
Barbara Blankenship and W. Anderson; Sr. .. .
coBege *
mentary school at Clark'Field in .
Anne Matthews
spent Menday'toThursday
.. the Philippines for the past year, visiting 'Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs D. N. Denmark Jimmy Hazen, Roger Williams ti .
Diana to remain in that positionfor Sr. and son Dale, of Jacksonville and J'erryHiekJ: left Monday for
t W.- Jackson and in
_. another family were Sunday visitors af .Mr. and Jacksonville for Induction into
FRI. LAST TIME year. Gainesville.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest Mrs.' A. Russell 'N man. the_Army for two years service. 10.00 DELIVERS!
'1 "UNTAMEDYOUTH" were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dan Randall Chitty returned WIN A FREE BOAT, Saturday :Mr. and Mrs. Archie Edgar re-
I Priest and children In Live Oak to her secretarial job in, .the Aug. 24. Imperial Service turned to their home in New .

r Thursday. Health. Clinic oa Thursday' after Station. Jersey after ten: days visit with .

l Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams five'months leave of absence.. :.Mrs. :Alma Compton of Jacksonville .' hjsvpsrenta: Mr and Mrs. James 90 DAY FREE SERVICE
Mamie\ Van Doren Mr. and Mrs.. G W: Cheshier
and Beach is
Frances Landrum ,spent spending: the Edgar. ..
tI I Sunday Jacksonville with Mrs.J. and daughters Betty and 'Sue week with Mrs. W. B. Mundy ,at Mr. ,and Mrs' Ewell Lawson

Saturday Only -- Aug. 24 'F. Rogers.Mr. Hollis, entertained 2S teenagersat Kingsley Lake. t and son Jimm, and cousin David .

BIG _DOUBLE FEATURE and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and a weiner roast last Fridayeverting' Mark Hawks of Tampa was Lawson were 'in Auburndale W kler Electric Service.
at their home at 533 W.
sons were in> Pensacola over the Pratt St. the weekend' guest of Sen and Sway ,visiting relatives. Jimmy
weekend visiting friends and },lrB. C. E. Johns. remained there until Friday.
Mrs.. Dick Williams .
relatives. and son Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison, Miss Adele .School leaves this R', Phone 166
Ricky, of 'Tampa and J. W. 234 N. Temple Ave. r. .
t Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr. of Waycross spent the-weekend weekend for Roanoke,. Va. for a ,

Jr., entertained at a family Home Hampton were Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.:,.Harrison, teaching' position at the Jefferson
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sr. ". STARKE FLORIDA .
birthday supper Wednesday Hifi School. .1 .
rttleenaloli evening for Mrs. Yawn's mother, Barkadale.WIN A FREE: BOAT Saturday .Mrs. H.. E.., ,Bradley and son Mrs." J..W.. Jones and family of I ofl '
Mrs. .J. G. Steve, and ,Mrs. Ollte Bradley
Caldwell of the I week ,
"tepeni .the past
Aug. ,.. Imperial Service Lake .City -
State. Farm. Also present with were .in Leeaburg and Dade Cityon. | .. .
AND Station. .with 'Mr: and Mr*, C H. Quick. -
the ,family were Mr.: and Mrs, Tuesday and Wednesday on R.-T. Shaar and }
Mrs. Betty. ,May ,and daughter, t Dr.apdrMrs .1
iriuta, pra Joseph Belche of Pensacola. Melody, .left last Friday [for business.;: family k JicksonvHi to were Wednesday
Among those attending pte J.Mrs. Maude Norman and Mrs. afternoon visitors of, Dr l For
a Chicago-Pittsburgh Pro football Omaha, Neb to-join, her' husband George. Reddish are apehduigi;a Headquarters i ScllooJ..Supplies
I Richard May. MrsM and Mrs T.' O. :Ritca.David .
I game at the Gator Bowl last : y fed days1!this week ,with friends :
..... : will teach'at a.local school there. celatives'In Bristowof, Rockwoo4 .. -- ,
Saturday evening were Mr. and and;:, Tampa: <
J a Idmt ldd.5i' tAU Mrs John She was accompanied, by her Tenn.. has:>taken a room at the '
Anderson Mrs. Mc.Guri'e -
of Cocoa, Virginia of Orlando .
Bltailii t 'ill I mother Mrs. J. W Horne of home 'of Mrs A. F. Sauls. .Mr.- _
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff,,, was ivisitiHgMrs, Effie
Hampton who is returning this Bristow will teach sixth pMat TRADE AT KOCH'S AND SAVE, MONEY
Jr.. J. E. Denmark Miss Bar- weekend. HeapS, ,. ,evc-alj h-T. QRR
Also Color Cartoon and Chaps bara Spencer Miss Betty Lou "Mrs.\!NeIson Green rretyrned; Stark Elementary School"
14 "Congo Bill"LATE Harris, John Kopelousos Frank New addresses include: Arthur Thursday after two weeks 'visit Miss Sylvia. Paulk was.an en. .....
Hewett to 636 South St. tertatoer for the Southside Kiwania -
: Johnny ,
George Jerome Johns Jim with her aon-in.law and daughter .
SHOW SATURDAY Hobbs Merill Jerome and Steve t Ellis, Jr. to W. Gardner: St.; t C. Mr.-- and Mrs. Joe-: Bakken Club, Jacksonville, at the
Edwards. L. Bent to l 386 Weldon St.; and in-Wahpeton, ?f. DL Shfrwas ae- Green Turtle- ,Restaurant on ''ut. yq'vr Blue Horse Big Value
KITE, 11:00 P.M. Lendell D. Greene to 331 W. Thursday.tevening. '* '
Mrs. H. E. 'Vanden and son,, compaaied home. by her Daughter -
Also Sun., Mon., Tues. I South St : Paul and Ann White, of HORSE .,
I Harry returned to their home: hi 'Mrs.' Bakkeo and son, Joe, Jeffry BLUE fflSSchool
August 25, 26, 27 Kinnett Square, Pa. Monday after Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family Jr'-'for 'extended visit. ,lacoochee, Ga. spent the past at

I REGULAR PRICES ten days visit with Mrs. Bill y have had as guests, Mr. and Mr; .: Mr. .and Mrs. L. P. Dees ofRaelgh week with Mr. and Mrs. Dave *

Dowling. and family at Kingslej! Charles Parker of Cocoa for ;,: .N. ,,,"Mrs. D.' J. Clark Paulk. r suppliesnow !I. Cmpare.Our.. Blue Horse
the weekend and Mr. and Mrt.T. Mr. and Mrs. R. S.Muffins and ,
Lake. of '
t.hV1NG Billy Dowling; Jr. accompanied Tampa..Mrst Irene Johns of
.-F. Fillers with Others Carry
Hutto and children and
the Vandens for a week'I Green Cove Springs! ,, and Mrs. son, Robin, spent Monday to
and Mrs. Brad Locke of Jackson- Henrietta- Hunt of Starke will Thursday in Ocala with her pa. ing'' Blue Horse Fillers

visit.Mr.. and Mrs. C, L. Currie an I ville.Mr. enjoy a family reunion .all next rents.

daughter of Lake City were Sunday and Mrs. Walter Lucl1V week at the home.-ofMr.; :and Mrs., W.. B. Parka 1 returned pGhenltcomestoo 5c Pkg- 13 Sheets

] visitora of Mr. and Mrs and daughters' and Mrs Bessie( Mrs.-.L: D. Green.and Mrs. C. D. f last week from three month ,

Gene Long. Coffee of Jacksonville were' sat. visit;, .wiUa her son-in-law and reading writing, ; lOc Pkg. .29. Sheets

Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- urday afternoon visitors of Mr. Mr..and.Mrs.Tony' Gonzalez daughter,' !rI1'-., and Mrs. Dameron. arithmetic,. .. s

; locknee Ga. and Marjorie and and Mrs. J, P. Dill. *?- attended h*' .youth,Bible, Con Blade and family in Atlanta. I Blue Horse really a. .. 25c Pkg. .104 Sheets
11r Evelyn Thomson of Monticellc Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Lang **M*...and Mrs.. Neal'L'OD, and I
spent .this week with Mr. and of Miami have purchased the C. Myrtleiiss famDy-are spending the weekend I does' the' trick. f 49c Pkg. 158 SheetsCompositionBeob

Mrs. F. Stump. R. Williams' home at 1005 W plans to. enter the ministry field) at .1 Daytona Beach.. .. ,

toNOS .WIN A, FREE BOAT Saturday Madison St. and took possession iu January.? > 1PaDIettc. J. .&. Muodroff and'' Mr. anc1Mrs. 98c Pkg. 310 ,Sheets

Aeg. 24. Imperial ,Servki en Tuesday. Mr. Lane Is part .and -Benny, Jordan; of J: W. Pruden of .Owens- Loose Leaf Fillers'

WENDELL' uOREYiHALWAUJS Station. owner of the Pontiac Sales & Alma Ga. were '..visittagtteir bore Ky, are touring the.;Northern Composition Filler a *AY.

Mrs. Marian Fennel has/ returned Service. Mr. and Mrs. Williams cousin. Paul .Faulkner last week. .states, for .a ;m nth. Pencil Tablets t BLUE HORSE 'I

w... to her home in Boston, have moved to Jacksonville.. tt ''Mrs. J. H. "Fields returned Mr.'.and,,Mrs. David Mart en- Theme Filters '
...... iu.1AXID.s.-.M muarwtgrauurtn Mike Goldwire returned Sum- ZIPPER: BINDERS
b .r_.,..,,,..,...uw,1tcIataOI' .. Mass after spending the past t day from ten days visit in En- Wednesday; of last week from tertatoed, at a "-.UrtMay. party
.r.-r- three weeka with her mother, Kewton, N.- a where she was S&tttnUy evening for MrsThomas
Mrs. J.. J. Rlgdon and brother- Paula Ala. with friends and rel visiting Mr. and Mrs. George .Paton. Mr. and Mrs
atives.Mr. 89c to $$3.95
Also Sport "Sporting Irish" in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs Powell for three \reeks... Mrs. Thomas Paton of East Orange
and Mrs. W. L., Edwards .
I. L. Gentry.Hd'"BOTS"aboot.. > Fieldls also spent Thursday> .to4an4ay N. J. ftavt' been 'spending the t'
\ rs. Leah Bauknight<< 'and Mr.
In- Cocoa,, with Mr. and past dm' weeks with Mr. ant '
Wednesday, Thurs, and Fri. and Mrs. W., G.' Struth of Jacksonville )ira W, ,,H. Fprd: 1 I Mrs.-David Paton "' Save your Blue Horse Trademarks and Other Zipper,. Binders
August '28, '29, 30 were weekend visitors *' :
Miss Florence Brownleave* Hev; and Mrs. Charles Aller win one of the 190,000 prizes. ,.
Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss r
Kate Struth. today for Miami where she will and; family at Kmgsport, Tenn ilfias- : $$6.95Elvis ;
continue her have been MONTAG l Inc. .
NO Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth San- teaching positionat visiting Mr. and Mrs .
ford of Jacksonville were Sunday ,Emerson., Elementary tehooL;: P..F. Stump and Mr. and Mrs ..
visitors ef Mr. and Mrs. Marie Linda and Patsy Stevens of B., C. Holzendorf, Jr." 'this week .- .
GREATERMIMCLE Jacksonville 'are spending-,this Riev,,Allen the
Carter, Sr. was pastor at tlvFjrst
week with Presley Hard Back Binders Elvis Presley
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire Mary Lou Edwardsand Presbyterian church froir ,
OF and "Mr.'- and Mrs. Louis HiHen-! their grandparents,,.Mr. and! 1941 tq .1945.vMrs.David.. r !" 7 f t. '

dab spent 'Thursday to Sunday Mrs.. L.--p. Green.. ., .,Pltton,left Tqesda- Zipper Binders ..2.9849c: and 79c Zipper Binders 1.79

,GOODNESSEVER at Lake :runa1usk .:N.. C. attending Mr. ,and .Mrs. ,O, G.: Strayhorn f9i-Ocean Grove f N..J, ,ta ..visit i ,
the Methodist Layman's and. Mrs P. .M. "Pritchard of her. sis ter.. Mra Andrew-Wate-
CAME TO'OUR Conference. Wildwood, and Mrs. K M., Hey wh!, Js seriously OL She
was acconipanied -
> tI!
Pvt. B tcb Smith left-:Thursday en of Brooler Tuesday by Mrs.; ,B.isi.* Ref While They "Last Eversharp Ball Point 'Pens29c

TOMCOD for Fort CampbeJLKyr, after guests of Mrt ,and Mrs.' ,.M. F. feron Middleton, N J. wb>,)la.

being home on 14 data leave. Hazen. .r been yi itt g.h y.jrnrte.and, aunt '
If b..U.w.. *.t y.w '''', ,.a Mrs. T. and.Mrs, Ifr. and Hrs. Pint' Size
..... as,wring ii.ffc. chain MW.If Pvt. Tommy, Hainet left CtHweavJr. Janus Watson. lIteui .D(., Webster'sPICTIONARY
p..et sHv fctataiKlibtel -, Thursday for Aberdeen, Md. Carl- Roberta entertained''' af two rGoest of :Mr., and Mrst Lloyd VACUUMBOTTLES
.. in lw M high 90 -'Vltrg 1. 10;COMBS' _
e ttaIU&! SM il ia e'i. Ikt tn.d after being on 12 days leave tables of bridge Thursday'even- Padgett oa Saturday were Rev
n \ ",11II1.! IrM dolt MW.w th. ... ..$.... Mr. aiui Mrs. W.. B.,' Sewell rt- ing of last week at the'Roberts'home and Mrs. E. ,E. Earnest and fam, QfVa 900 Pages .

: .R.EEM. tt.rned last Saturday after spent- on W.. Walnut street, honoring fly and'' Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Pad "

I -or-__- / ing' the:summer.at' their-summer Mrs. ,Charles Barton of gett and family, of Gainesville 39c ::' 1,19 a 1.00-

.. ;. home In Little Switzerland, N.C. AUanta.> Mri' :>Barton has ,been and;; EJoise .Boney of Bartow > o ,I ,
a Their grandson, Chuck Sewefl, Visiting her dwgfeter Mr*., E. Hteea' Gatbtrmo aad Annette .
IS MYPAKTNERIn CHAIN SAW of Jacksonville spent .the lest M.. Hatcher; Jr. and' family at Padgett accompanied them home' tJ. 1 I

three weeks with them. Camp Blanding. for a visit. -

hph .ktal ,' MrlbaMk.et -'" I Mrs. S. I* Peek, Sr.. is leaving Mrs. Elsie' HaB of GaJnesvB!* GaesU, f'Mr. "ej Jd Mrs. J. .T KOCH: DRUG STORE

\ ,, f'; L.' I K. & J. GARAGE Saturday for ArfieviEe, N.: C. Mrs. Willie Mae Denton-and'Mrs. Quigley during the past week I

Cinemascope 'withWalterBrennan I for a month's ;vacation. She:wfl G. W. .Hinson were Sunday luncheon were Mrs. T. E.Duncan and Mrs: 1

on"U. be accompanied by 'Mrs.- C. T. guests,of'Mr. and Mrs; D. P. W. A. Scott of Gainesville, Mr. .

ft Mile Santa .. 301 Saylg of Miami. whq Is- going onto Hardy, t .--. : n: artd.Mrs. L..J.-WynnTof. -Hanip-

A'JO. Cartoon "Ghost of Phone 474-R 'Spruce Pine If,' C. Mri. Sajje Mrs! Carrie,'Ritdi baa ;retore4 -. tie6 Mrs.' Purvis Haxen"i and PHONE 53 .
Honor ban been visiting )her sister Mr*. hpme. after"'two,'weeks visit danghtFr,. Joy vd Mrs." EdSflvernafl .
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.p. 2 t Starke,. Florida E. K. Ferryman, for. the. ; past in:ffialeah, with her son, N..>l'. ;and .daughters, 'Wynnaadrtennle'all t. '

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Teachers UrgedTo '-S t ; : L Sunday BAPTIST EVERGREEN School 10 CHURCH a. m. Preach- Sell It Rent t It Trade It t tWITH

ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p.

Strive For Ut m. Preaching 7:3(? ,..m. Prayer
, = ,-,-.tin.. W Mnp daY 7:30: p. m A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Better Instruction # -- ; I Re-Elect -t

-: Li. SO WORDS OR LESS, OU In..rtlon (MUimani Charge) __ .73

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVFR :30 _____ ._. ________ 4e Per Word
School started thh week for _

Bradfprd County's 135 teachers .. -

with tfficials! of the Bradford ,, -' t* -r CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -,_ fU5 Per lack Flr.t I..rrthta

Education Association calling on .,.;- *l.l>0 PER INCH FOR SUE AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMKS
the teachers to strive .for a betterment k kmprovement" i- _ CARDS OV THANK Up To 50 Words) __.__ _______ S2.WI

I of education and the ,-.-'. I! : : t; OVER 50 WORDS! U' _______________ 4 Cops Per Word

teaching profession. v,.'
; 4 .
Joe Wood president of the
BEA told the teachers:that their 1
- primary'objeective should be' the : apartments for rent. Phone I Get them now. pay as you rid.. I
advancement 165, W. T. Jackson. tfchg Ask for our easy budget terms.
education. r' ; Lacy Conway Sales and Service,
Activity In the_ teacher's_ POWER MOWERS FOR RENT. at Union Pus Station. Starke Fla.
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'" nn I.i" ... ......:_--:......... '" "..,-..,; Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. WalnutSt. trchg
ganlzations was urged ]by: Mrs. Also new mowers for Sale.
'Frances Easy payment plan. Pay while PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all
vicepresii i of education in the No Hairs' Allowed Bradford Woman
d 'Long you mow. Buy where you can makes and model autos $21.95
nof the group, as she said: county" he said. get service on what you buy. and up. Installation free at
"Only by having united tfchg Shepherd's. tfchr
a front "'I would like you to consider It was crew cuts versus long-hairs at the high- school gym Killed In WreckIn
can we, accomplish anything for ,'YOjJRCity FOR SALE 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete
the betterment holding more meetings," Morgan Monday as BBS Tornadoes reported for fall football practice. Blocks 18c each. FOP yard. Mor-
of our profession WHEN IN NEED OF.
said "for the improvement of South' Carolina tar Mix, Cement Sand. Steel and
Supt. Harmon Morgan spoke "Short hairs" Freddy Stephens, Charles Noegel, Tommy Stall- Aluminum Windows. Also ready

to 'the teachers on the same line. i instruction sa well .as, the improvement Ings, and Benny Williams threatened to crop .the locks of.longhair ClerkHONEST TOP SOIL mixed concrete. Pradford Engineering -
: Co. Phone 94. tfchg
"I would'like'to see the teach of the profession. He Bob Taccla. unless he visited the barber shop. After'a few Mrs. Mary Brown Warren 75, FILL DIRT
suggested that '''perhaps thr WAITRESS WANTED-Apply after
ers become more active In the FEA (Florida Education wild snips, Bob threw in the sponge, and offered settle fora died Monday in Summ rvu1e, S. ,.-,ll 12 noon. B. & G. Truck Stop Res
professional trim. At right the boys add a few "finishing C. as a result of injuries receivedin EXPERIENCED taurant. tfchg
) could be improved some '
too." j touches" and then, pronounce Taccla ready ,to pass Inspectionwith an automobile collision at a COURTEOUS WORKAND WE HAVE new' loan *program for
of 1 to 5
farmers. Loans
17 near years
Morgan Mid this week that a regulation football haircut. crossroads on, Highway REMEMBER: Starke Is a for the entire credit requirements
Moncks Corner S. C. Also killed of the farmer and his fam
the pre-school planning sessionsare I in the accident were }Mrs. War I I growing City. New problems are Light Bulldozing ily. Gainesville Production Credit
3 Youths SentencedTo '.!O North !ain.
running smoothly. The first He Didn't Stop ren's brother John. W., Brown, (Iconfrtmtms your City Council W. L THIGPEN, JR. Association.Gainesville, Fla. tfchg

day was spent in a countywide Two Years Each 63, Vero Beach and their sister constantly because of the' demand Bt 2 Box Z45-D- Alton Ed FOR SALE-Tw* story house to be

meeting to discuss programs and For Any Fighting"I Miss. Laura 'Brown ,of Fernan-; for extended city services. The PHONE 297-4 moved from 715 N. Temple Ave.

policies concerning the teachersand For Keystone: Theft dina Beach. Mr. Brown's wife i I successful: solution to many of Interested parties write Mr. Kirk
: : Starke, Fla. Ogden. P. O. Box 1889. Jackson-
.(, Tuesday the BEA had wasn't fighting, I was run Three youths who' have. auto and two children were also hose these problems ,is. dependent onaccurate ville or Phone Elgin 5-8367.
charge of the tfrhg
"- program. : information ,furnished. -
'. 'if f'" ning said the 60-year-old man theft charges against ,them ,in pitalized. for injuries. OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY
Wednesday all of the teachers FOR SALE-Westinghouse sink and
in Mayor's Court Monday.The RADIOS REPAIREDAll
lastweek were The Brown automobile wax
Bradford County I BY RE-ELECTING CARL Sale
dishwasher. Reg. $459.95.
reported to their Make All Model
fJ'. hools for man 'Jerry, ,Witchel. had sentenced to two yearn each in traveling north on Highway' ,17: JOHNS'your City Clerk you will R ..Mble Charge K*.ramtee4 I price $399.95.: This appliance will
if. I
faculty meetings and f% reduced $5 each week until
.: planning been charged with fighting in a the state prison for breaking and :collided with a truck; -it is' be re-electing an official who OS W.CHAS.Call St.C. SHEPHERD Starke Pk. 239 gold. Slade jRas Co. tfrhg

downtown poolroom. Witchet admitted and entering a Keystone Heights reported. ; has assisted in solving many of I
The FOR SALE-25' Correct Craft
resignation of assistant that trouble had"erupted home Albert 'W. Graes- Mrs. 3% PAID 0V SAVINGS KEY-
by Judge Warren was born at' Halls- tliese problems during the rapid Cruiser 1947. Two bunks galley

coach Clifford McGriff last over who should pay. for a pool sle Jr in the Clay County Circuit -I boro;N. C. on May 15 1882. She growth we have' experienced. lie STONE STONE HEIGHTS STATE BANK FLA-, MEMBER KEY-- enclosed equipped.; head.Call Weichel 95 HP.Keystone Fully
ASK created a vacancy for a game but that he had started Court. .,Is :survived by "a son, Thomas, I Is qualified by' experience. He FDIC. Heights 2362. tfchg

driver training instructor and running when the other man,:Shi The three were Jerry -'W. J. Warren, of Miami. : knows 'your ,municipal problems. FOR SALE-82 gallon Electric BUSINESS EXPANSION

CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SO!\ assistant coach Morgan said. Smith "jumped at me." Smith peters ,and William E.; Funeral services will be held He qualified to furnish assist- Water Heater. Two elements. NEED MAN OR WOMAN: t'o operate
Other Good Condition. See at Gay's ..
positions needed male In Bradford-Union Count
about this question: filled to Investigating officers supported Leach, 19-year-old Detroit boys at ,the graveside in Dedan GemeUry ance for 'the successful and future Home Appliancetfchg loe,. dealer now earning' .1OO ..
are girls' physical educa- Witchet's story, testifyingthat who have resided at Penney near I growth Sa 'our" 'city. wore per ",.elL. No lay-off Carnereaaary. .
tion teacher and Friday afternoon I I.I.t Your Property For Sale With Age 25 to 65.: "'..It.Fr..1L .
"The windstorm blew the teacher elementary when they were called'into Farms for the past three at 2 o'clock. 'with De- IT Farm Home and B.al..A. Property Camp. 659 'West Peaektree
at Hampton. chased IS ,MY INTENTION to see S t.. N. F- Atlanta. Ga. 4tC'. 8/:3:
roof and front wall off of our the affray Smith had months and Earl Hoyt Martin, Witt C. Jones in charge of ar- Free Open LUtlafc
as voters in Johnle Hanen R.pnAe.tath'eP.
During the first three days of Witchet into a theatre. many person as
store. Our business 21, of Starke. rangements. O. Box 307 Starke Fla. SERVICE
sign next week the possible. The duties 'of the office Auto Radios. Toasters Irons Fans
dismissed S
elementary teachers Mayor W. T. Jackson ml. S. on 301 Phone Waldo
blew across the street and will They pleaded guilty to breakIng i are such, that I might not HObart 8-2831: tf all small Appliances. Now 1 RCA
participate in a science the charges against Witchet. LAWTEY CHURCH ,OP see Victrola Comb. AM-FM Console.
caught onto our competitor'ssign. workshop doing experiments, Smith forfeited a $27 bond by I into the home of'W. C. CHRIST you, but through this'medium FOR SALE-Used 17 inch T.V.. Sets i MCCRIFF MERCURY MOTORS
We that Whitesidea on July 24 .and 'taking (presently meeting in City Hall) I am soliciting vote $49.95 at Shepherd's. tfchg Phone' 417
don't your and
want ourbusiness they can pass on to their failing to appear in I court.In Sunday Bible
to there too. student other cases: $700. and 'a pistol. In Bradford study, 10 a. m.,, support'on September 10. FOR SALE-One good'used Blackstone J & B TRUCK STOP Highway 301
go County, they .are charged worship, 11 a. m.; VOTE FOR AND Automatic Washer. Perfect at Maxville. Now open under
Would Business The Albert Allen Hazen was placedon SUPPORT condition. new management Jessie and
Interruption pupils return to schoolon with stealing a station wagon Evening-Young people's Bible Gay's Home Appliance. Betty Williamson. Specializingin

insurance pay us to set up Tuesday, Sept. 3. probation for 30 ,days after belonging to Jim Chasteen oh Study, 7; preaching, 7:30.: ttchg. home-cooked meals at rea-

temporary quarters until our disputing officer's claims that the same"day.Sherriff Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 CARL JOHNSCity SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS- sonable prices. Open Stchg 24-hours.8/23
200000. Convenient terms. Guy
he driving recklessly. Police- p.m..
store is. repaired?" \V.C.T.ii."DRINK P. D. Reddish said the Andrews Phone 383 or 379-W.
man Carl Fillyaw said that Radio. Program- Station FOR r- tfchg
youths"will be brought from Rai APARTMENT
AND Hazen "burned rubber" as he WRGR. Monday, 6:30: .a. m.
YOU WILL ford to KINDERGARTEN registration, .
; face' the 'auto thefts
SI 'K.: DRUNK ALREADY: drove onto'U.. S. 301 from a Aug. 30. Catholic Hall from I 9 FOR RENT
Charley .E. Johns when Circuit Court opens in November ,till 11 a. m. Classes start Sept.
; Clerk 2 Bedrooms, Large Living
SUNK. drive-in at
"proceeded a pretty BACK TO 'SCHOOL 3.-Mrs, Clvde Priest t.hlr-l/U! I
,(THE NATIONAL VOICE.) fair rate of speed" and later rana ,.tiLtI : Room, Dinette off Living
KINGSLEY LAKE: A real lake

& Son Agency --- '--S' Hazen stop sign.said he looked both Benefits! Of DCT I .'' I With, '((Pd. Pol. "'Adv.) I baths home.Good!, condition.large Completely enclosed 3 bedrooms furnished.porch.2: Bath.Room.Really Furnished.this is a Modern second

FOR DEPENDABLE before entering the street, Paneled'
{ ways I living room. Suitable floor
Phone 13 Starke Fla. didn't hear his tires squeal and I rogn1'Told Atf .3 A for year round living. Sandy: bungalow.
beach. Good fishing. 3 lots. A
i Termite didn't try to.get .away' from the -. ? J.. ..( I choice location. Reasonable ,
Control ., WRGR ;
police car.Mayor termlMcKlnnf'yGreen Inc.,
Rotary Meeting 215 N. E. 1st St., Gainesville, '
Jackson placed a Fla. Phone 6-6481. 3 tchg 9/6 FOR SALE: Large Night Crawlers. -
1499 K C PHONE Fish Worms. Phone
.. Household A Commercial 5&0 479-W.
charge of causing an accident STARKE HBL ESTATE OPENING 346 N. Thompson St. 3tu -30SALT
Peat ControlS against. truck driver; involved Benefits to be' derived' by students CHANCE to operate your own '

employers .and'! ,the com The BIuslo. real estate business, backed by a SPRINGS
Grove in a minor collision at the cornerof :t' &: News Station well-established nationally-knou Six desirable waterfront lots
Spraying munity at large from Stevens Island In Big Lake Kerr.
Walnut and Call streets a Bradford In Starke. c'o l.t/-'oast organization! UNITED
r- High School's FARM AGENCY with"a record New causeway to island. Beautiful -
CaD FR. 8-6035 few minutes before .the court new. Diversified 1 ..' of more than 30 years' honorable sandy bathing beach. Heart of

opened. The police had made no Cooperative Training'' .program s service is now seeking the right fishing. and hunting area Strict
.. were discussed at :the Rotary FACE THE PEOPLE man'or couple to take over the privacy. No telephones. Reasonable
charges Aug. terms. For more information contact -
S Florida Pest Control but brought the persons: Club STARKE territory. Complete
Wednesday. Explaining tb .1 26 thru Sept. 7. Hear Your Favorite training, George Inman or John W,
adequate supervision and
"if. & Chemical Co. involved, all Negroes, into court new program and answ rinj 1 Candidate'at 7:30: P. M. On advertising support to assure sue' Stevens Rt. 2, Citra Fla.
I !l/I:
for the mayor to determine dis questions was Bill> Costello, BH A' WRGR. cess. Xo investment required. Real Ztchg -
24 position.. The driver Raiford faculty. member cc estate experience not necessary FOR RENT furnished house
JI N. W. 16th Ave. -who set up the Assistance, given In securing licen : on

DOCSNOT \1MAT RUI'O( Gainesville, Florida Ransom pleaded guilty to the program and will. serve as its se. Licensed salesmen or brokers: Kingsley ly decorated Lake.and 2 bedrooms.modern. New-Con

charge after Mayor Jackson told director. also invited to Investigate the'advantages tact Mrs. Bence at Kingsley
WRY ITS HEAD .,Monday thru Friday of joining the UNITED

.. ,TO HIDE. I him the charge was "just for, the Purpose of the program: ,is tenable q mama 6:00 Sign on and' News organization to share in the benefits Lake. tfthff

record." He was not penalized.Two the school and local business L- IJ_ 6:05: The.'Clockwatcher program.of ,Complete UNITED'S details nation-wide Including WANTED: Maid full time. Apply
,_ El Rancho Motel. Mrs. Scholl.
teen-ape'! boys were warn ,establishments. to combine tnsiI 6:30: Mark.Lee Raulerson (Monday copY', of our famous; catalog, ItrhgFOR

-.,' about the effects of the curfew their efforts' to'give: students i ,' $3.75f and -Tuesdays only) today mailed! without UNITED obligation.FARM AGENCY Write SALE: Furnished house. 6

law by Mayor Jackson after police practical, on-the-job training in -''- 6:45: The ClO kwatcher John T. Long Florida Branch rooms and bath Florida room

said they were on the streets preparation for future employ ; I 7:00 First News of The World Orlando Manager, ,Fla.7.21, West' Colonial. Drive good well air conditioner. near
4Don't : lake, newly decorated 2 lots.
ment. Under T
after 2 a. m. the DCT program, Roundup Highway 100. $11,000.Schuette.
.I lose money! through neglecting At a special: hearing Saturday: open to juniors and seniors 16 7:15 The Clockw fcher NEW HOME-STARKE. Box 44. Lake Geneva Fla.

your car. Keepr it in night, Mayor Jackson placed and over the' school, days is divided 7:20 Bulletin 'Board1 Of The Air 3 bed room hard wood floor. carport 2tp 8/23

top condition through ,our expert Roger Williams I on probation fora into four hours of study in 7:30 Weather' Around The Na- paved. driveway paved FOR SALE-1* In. x 15 ft. steel;
the classroom and four hours of City utilities. Price 10300. culvert pipe. $1.25 ft. ALSO
nervlclng. VISIT OUR charge.of disorderly conduct I': tion'a payment 575.00 to G. I.:3 Building lots for sale in South
Peter Holmes work ort the job. Two hours of 7:35 nd 1850.00 to others monthly Gate Subdivibion. Low dQwn pay

1 The,:'word "Thug" is not' mod Negro was sen the school time are devoted thigh '. : 7:5,0 World National' State and payments like rentPOl'LTRY ment.' Low monthly payments.
PHOTOGRAPHICSf tenced to pay a fine of $102 or school BILLY JACKSON, Phone 165, do
em Jang. It comes ,from, the spend 20 In studies: and the other Sports News FARM Central Truck Lines. tffhg
days jail after he
VUNSHOPIl''Forget two hours are spent in study of 8:05 The Clockwatcher Capacity 5,000 broilers very nice
name of a confederacy of professional { had pleaded guilty to driving 2 bedroom 'home, paved highway.telephone. FOR S.'LEew Crop Pensacola
subjects or materials flirectjy related I 8:43: Radio'Cha.pel. (Ministerial electricity dally mall Bahia gram seed. $35 per 100.
murderers who ter- : everyday cares while intoxicated. Mayor Jackson : to the job. Association) and school bug. Attractively priced. Dr. S. R. Marco, phone 218, 118
your .
fortad India for 700 years. and discover the fun of noted that Holmes' license Costello I N., Walnut St. Itp ,
rcf pho- said that employment 9:00: Five minute summary of LAKE HOME

'.The. ,order was unnasked between | J tography. Relax and brine had previously been revoked and obtained through this program News 3 bed room CKS. construction, pane HELP WANTED-Man or womanto fj
I W j your family endless joy wit warned him that eled interior, 2 tiled baths, supply nationally advertised
1830 and 1840 another conviction enables many students to ..rJ:05'e: Chatterbox with
and later remain Betty lot facing beautiful lake, private Watkins Products to customersin
tamped out |i j inexpensive 1obby.1 would result in a fine of in': school who would' otherwise .Gray drive special price for August Starke. Average $2.50 per

\ Drop in today for a friendly $500 or 100 days in jail. have to drop out because of: I 10:00" Cedric Adams Show 1150000. hour necessary.from We start.help: No you investment start an

OTTIS GIEGER chat and we'll help you picka Mrs. Gladys Jackson, who financial difficulties. iHIWAY : 10.30 Music For The Missus Florida Realty Co. of Starke independent bubfness. Write C.
camera or movie oufit tot pleaded 118 N. WalBot SU Tel. 383 K. Ruble. Dept. 8-3, The J. R.
WINNER 5 GAL. GAS the family budget.a guilty to running a stop 35.75F.I 11:00. Five minute- ,summary of Stark., Fla. Watkins Co., Memphis 3. Tenn.
sign and causing an accident 'CHAPEL News itt!

was placed on 30 days probation. ASSEMBLY OF GODE '11:05: .Music For 'The Missus FOR Living SALE-Housebold room: gas stove furnishings., refrigerator FOR RENT-A small furnished

TLLEY'fSINCLAIR m Mrs. Jackon'as; driving a :car :. A. Lewis, Pastor 11:30: Farm Roundup other items. Reasonable. Any Cottage.49 Mrs. L. D. Vining. Phone
: day but Saturday. Dr. Kucera. Up!
which collided at the intersection 'Sunday School. '10 a. m. Morn 1 12:00. Public Service State Farm lIp 8O?
STATION of Jackson and Walnut streets I ing Worship 11 'a. 12:15 Second News of The World FOR RENT: -Two room furnished
m. Evangelis '$12.50 $24.50 FOR SALE-39 in. Foldaway Bed apartment with hot water gas
907 TEMPLE Ave jDGjP with a car driven by Robert tic Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday: Roundup with innerspring mattress $25. and electricity included. For
(Buzzy) Green. weekly prayer service. 'Invitation 12:30 Weather 'Around The Nation Folding cot with mattress and Single or couple. 504 E. Brown-
cover. $5. Portable closet wine lee Apt. 2. 2to>> 1/30
Bonds forfeited were by Tom extended to everyone. color $10. E. H. Prescott, High
JEWELRY"The 12:35The :perry' Van Show- way 100 west, 1st houe beyond FOR SALE-Two bedroom bunga-
'- my Cason $27, GEM ,
charged with low on Alto Rqad In Starke.
limits. 2tp 8/30
from city
f' AdTcrlUement public Intoxication; 'iLUlian Cummings inside the store .when ,the I 1:00 EJve minute summary of Small down payment can finance

youths took' the bread. They. immediately News FOR SALE-Old. Hens next to :P. Balance. J. W,' Thomas.. Phone
$27 drivingithout'
:: Fr where Im siUitf-Jy Joe Marsh license; Nathaniel J. Pew, $27 a r, called' ,police. 'House of Fine 4::05 Chuck 'Denton .,Show T. Thomas Saw MilL 2tp 8/30 49J: Itchg
: The 2:00: ,Five" minute ofv WANTED-Experienced Sales Lady.
.* pies and bread, three dozen : summary : FOR SALE-Pigs, Calf. portableType"'riter.
passing. DinmondS"S Must be willing to work. Apply
.4Pie .. Dryer and Washer 4
-, plea and a box of bread were ':'., wheel drive Jeep Pick-up. Treep c i Klck'n Fruit Stand. Itchg!!

i '''''';; ; --f'' found behind a house ,near, the 109 E. CALLJ ST. 2:05 The :Perry,Vail,Show Rt 1, Box 232-A. Starke. Itp
Thefts Result store where the boys had'put L 3:00 minut' \summary of: FOR REST-Four room house two Lawson engine. Strobo's Garage.

\ 6 Million Guests them when they saw the policecar. STARKE, FLA. .News \ ." porches nice bath room. electric Up

PiYin' In 9 P.M.. Curfew 3:05 jThe.. 'ent, Van. Show per water' mo.heater On 301 electric 2 miles pump from$25 I BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT

ft .""" J JJ.f.S: \. ; '4:00.Five, ,:'minute-- summary of: Starke Phone 137. Itchg .The bjrth of a new car. the Ed I i is announced< by Ford "Motor Com
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We have kinds peod77fl A 9 p. m.. curfew was clampedon New* .. FOR RENT-Four room furnished pany of Dearborn Mitbigan. You
two of guests at the flxin and '
4:05 At'Tour Request house 308 S Water St Itchg are cordially invited to see this
ear house,. plain company feedin and the rest of.us in the four 16-year-old Starke boys PROTECT 1) udillVEk'S licenseBUY 6:00 WROR" News Parade newest addition to the Ford Family

and payin' ,guests. We rent out state get our share of the by Judge T.A. ,Yawn in ,a juvenile '(World aid 'National) WAITRESS WANTED-Xo Sunday Edsel of dealer.Fine Cars at your nearest
work Salary, meals and cabliFred's rt.
our spare room.- the company "money. H|(( n hearing Saturday after they 6:308- 'P'it.. 'What-A-Burger Cafe. Itchg Sewing; Mnrnlnes ,
pays their way and we all enjoy ) Lots of these people are so- admitted I'"a..... Cleaner
and Show
their visit: Works out fine. ciable like to enjoy a glass of stealing pies bread \. FOR SALE-My equity In 3-bed- I SPECIAL CLOSE OUT SALE!
from in front of the A &; P 6:30 nn1>I1Ig&ndStaM7OO"NEWSIC room frame house. Inquire Sebe Call SI:53
-.1 see nhere the State of FlorIda beer and they leave quite a bit : Harris. Rt. 1. Box 12 Starke. Itp Itp
'expects'six million payin'guests of tax money on that one item supermarket LOW 'COST LIABILITY INSURANCE {N ws and Mu-

this year. These people alone. Only last year, Florida The four were taken into custody ,aiel.- FURNISHED CABINS with shower. FOR RENT-New two bedroom

spends Jnoney by rentin rooms collected over 15 million dollarsin by police ...Friday night .8OaSign' Off Reasonable rates. Fred's Cafe.itch g completely haven Subdivision.furnished. Phone home. 454-J.Pine.

and buyin,meals, which means taxes on beer and ale. All soon after the theft took placeas < :. .- Saturday Itp
good business for the hotel and adds to pretty good No' Policies FOR RENT: -After Sept. 1
up payin' a result of a watch set ,up Membership Fees' 6 Mo. : Same schedule as above'except modern two bedroom furnishefl FOR RENT-Four' room nicely
.restaurant Another nice I'd
guests. say. by store ,' 1 to 6 ',phnu Road Show furnished, cottage. Located 557W.
..thing is that tbese.pa1in' guests : : manager Walter Luke Crystal Lake. Telephone gas ,
'. and water furnished. L. K. Call St. Phone 113-J. Itchg
leave a lot of moneY' in Florida and assistant :man gei Arnett f Sunday' Whltehead.PhOflC 448-L.. Itch S
0 as taxes. ; 8 tJtb 7:30 Sign On Religious.programs FOR SALE-12 ,It Runabout. Steer
( Lee.The LOST-:.On' 301 between Starke and ing wheel and controls $60. J.
; From where I'm sittin this men. who had missed pies DOYLE E. "coilER AGENCY : until'1OA; n-in- Lawtey 1 female fox terrier. C, Lauramore, 334 St. Clair St.
mikes a new kind.of.payin' which had been left by the l:0p] te '::00-p: m. .The Sun White ,with brown and black f :\ r lip 8/SO
guest The hotel and restaurant.. bakery in front of the '.store/on, 136' W. ,CaB'Stret. : :Phone :285 'day Show ,. .. : head.Answer Flack name spot Lassie.on right Reward.hip.: WILL GIVE.good home tn part Collie -

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tftttttt111tttmlttttttLUTE Boyer and Mr. and Mra David Manning and .family ,of Macclen- I and Mrs. Melson .Privett, Misses ffMTTfTTfftffffMMTTViHEILBRONN' McRaes ,and .their, daughter, Ditheir way home they visited Mr. visited Mrs. F. L. Connors who

I :Moore of Jacksonville, and Bruce ny 'were Sunday Boyer of Tampa. Mrs. Moore Effie Boatwright and family. Bernice Privett; and 'Geraldine
with Miss On at Olustee. On pital.
Gloria Crosby. ily Monday they
had returned McClellan Bobby -
just vac-
from ,
a Miss _Gwen and Oral ,Tannerare Starling, Bobby l.JAnael' Norman
ation in Europe.We Norman Macel Pauley Geo. -' .
dy. Mrt. Joyce T. Notch visiting their brotherinlawand .... ..... ....AAAAAA '" -'
\ are happy to report that sister Mrs. rge Privett and John Devore.
Mr. and
... ...... ..... Bill '
.. ...... Little Dixon is his 'Baptismal services were held
Mrs. 0. J. Phillips and Mrs. Zack, who Tip visiting
are now residing in
......-..4,....yyyyyYY.y.Y Catherine Teare 'are much improved Daytona.Mrs. uncle, Tip Dixon, in, HaleyvUe-; ,Sunday afternoon at.Bill Red> t F

but are still patients in Effie. Ala. dish's place on Kingsley Lake. \k Ii $
Boatwright, D. E. Four BRING US YOUR
Mrs. Erlie Padgett and chil- the hospital. and Miss Merle Boatwright at- Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Roberts converts were ,baptized. //1 ii!

dren ,visited Uge Douglas in Misses Jewell Pemell and Joan tended the ,funeral of Ray Davisin had as guests from Thursday Misses Marilyn and Sharon
until :-Mr. and,, Mrs.. Knight of Jacksonville are enjoying -
, Jenkins Saturday
Lake Butler on Tuesday. Jacksonville, are. visit- Tampa, last, Monday.Mr. .
t Charles 'T tum of' Boynton a visit here with relatives.
last ing Mrs. Lula MONEY PROBLEMS
Hiss \Jean Hiatt spent Dority. and Mrs. Tom Norman of
Beach, Mrs.' ,Roberts and the Bill Green returned to the hos-
week with Miss Nellie Sue Dias Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Prevatt bad Macclenny, and Sydney Starlingof
Tatum's spent Friday in. Gain'esville pital in Tallahassee 'last Friday
in Inverness. and Miss Dias came as guests during last week Miss State Farm were visiting Mrs.
,,with Mr. and ,Mrs. George after a few days visit with his
home with her to spend this Aline Brown, Mrs. Gara Dor- Senie Prevatt on, Sunday after- \
week. man Mrs. Ernest Peavy of Oc- Roberts and Ricky., ,family. If you need cash to pay med
The children of Mrs. E.
noon.Mr. C.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish of oee> Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Ed- .and Mrs. Ray Dorman and have Warren Bishop ,Johns treated her to. a birthday ,, ical or dental bills to
returned from weeks
wards and Mrs. White of Jacksonville Saturday a two ,
Maxville were Sunday afternoon of Starke, sons were dinner .
vacation Sunday at her home. consolidate debts
in Vermont. Their .
guests ,of. Mr. and' Mrs. .Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt evening guests ,of Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman your
Hodges.' and family of Ocala. J. C. and :Mrs. Bryant Reddish and Mrs. daughter, Mary' Jane'came home to buy an automobile or home
children of Hampton, and k .pit;
with them and -will be Senior
Mrs. Troy Bennett and .Gary family were enroute* to Michiganfor Jack.Pons.. at BHs this fall. a Mr.and Mrs: Leroy Norman Jr. # appliance or for': any other
and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson a vacation. Miss Mary Julia Futch and a ",i *
Senior Normans
Mrs. Mrs:. J.: S. Eunice and Mrs. Sun ', worthwhile purpose, we have
and sons had as guests Rev. and Mrs. George Harris Joyce Futch were in Jack- day afternoon. r: w

during'' 'the weekend ,Troy Ben- and family of Fort Lauderdale sonville .to see Mr. and Mrs. G. Selma Eunice were business vis- Arthur. Green, who is I ,, :' y, the loan ,to meet your needs,
nett and grandson Wayne Ben- visited Mrs. Buster Bennett and W. Durham and! to do some shop- itors to Jacksonville 'on ""Satur aboard the Saratoga and! is home a"r1

nett of Titusville, ,and Mrs. Ben- son on Wednesday. Rev. Harris ping.Miss day.Mr. based at Mayport, spent the : ;:- ; ', A. low-cost loan is the sensi
nett's father, Shad Thompson was their pastor at New Hope Diana Thomas had, as her and Mrs. Lee Green had weekend with : "
his mother, Mrs. \ ble
to solve financial

of Lake. Butler. Baptist Church while they livedin guest this. week, Miss Janet as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green. l way your
Mrs Mamie Padgett and famIly Fort Lauderdale.Mr. Stokes of'Jacksonville.Mrs. CeciJ. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. : ; ; 1. problems. Tailor-made

and Mrs. Ottis' Geiger of and Mrs. Richard BennettJr. Olan Ferguson and son Danny Bessant and family of TTfTMTMTTTTTfffTVfTfTI to fit your budget, it providesthe
Starke' were shopping in.Jacksonville and family, Bobby Bennett of of Chipley are visiting Mr. and Jacksonville. .Miss Geneva Green '
I N the cash'when need it
''on Friday. Daytona, and Buster Bennett of Mrs. Preston Green and sons. went home with the Bessants to PINE LEVELby you ,

Mrs. Leona Edwards, with" the Titusville were weekend guestsof Mrs. Benton and son of Starke stay until Wednesday. I with a minimum of red tape
Bryant ,Tucker family, of Fern- Mrs. Hattie Darley and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests of < :I$ s? allows plenty of.k tirae i fort
andina, spent, Saturday with the Marycille Bennett.J. Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Futch and ..........yyyyYYYYYyyyyW' .

Clyde Hiatts at their home at Blaine Teston spent the family. Stevie was two years We had a large' attendance at f1' ; payment.

Crystal River. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carl old on Saturday. BROOKERBy Pine, Level Baptist Church last t .
Mrs. Bryant Reddish enter- Peavy and family and other rela- Mrs. Mary Reddish Is spending Sunday with lots of visitors. Tony ;

tained with an qutdoor picnic at tives in Ocoee. several days with her daughter, Mrs Joyce Castlen Gonzalez brought the message,

her home, on Saturday honoringher Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley, Mrs. Eve Godwin, in Starke. it being his first sermon since OUR EXPERIENCED ADVISORS WILL CONSIDER YOUR
granddaughters, Terri and Willie Griffis and Mrs. Madeline Mrs. Ed Carter and sons spent '.."yyyyYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY the Lord called him to preach.Mr. .

Mary Jack Pona of Tallahassee. Prevatt and family were busi- last, week in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Polk and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez PROBLEMS IN CONFIDENCE HELP YOU WORK OUT

Those .enjoying, the picnic and nses visitors to Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pope and Mr. and family of Trenton recently and daughter of Orlando spent

horseback riding were Misses Tuesday. and Mrs. Robert Meyers.Mr. I. visited the Edd Polks and the Saturday' night with his parents, THE LOAN PLAN BEST SUITED TO YOUR PARTICULAR

Lois Beebe, Reene Moore, Diana :Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tal- and Mrs. Sid. Shuford and William J. Dukes family. Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Alvarez.
Thomas, Katherine and Gertrude lahassee spent the weekend with family of Starke were. Sunday Jack Mrs. Lillian McRae and daughter NEEDS. STOP IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US TODAY
Suggs of Brunswick, bta.
Cruce, and Micky Moore. her mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch, I guests of Mrs. John Shuford and was, the weekend guest of his Mrs. Clyde Johnson, ,ana
Wiles last and brother Ralph. :Mr. and Dave. son Donnie Gainesville and
B.' Dansont Jr. left of ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
week for Okinawa.' Mrs. Dansen Mrs. A. Z. Futch and daughtersof Jeffery Marrs of Jacksonvilleis Suggs. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mrs. Robert':Myrick and childrenof FAST COURTEOUS LOANS UP TO $600

and family will. live here until Quincy were Sunday dinner spending some time with, his Suggs of Gainesville are the Starke visited the, H. M. Mc- ,
his return.; guests of the Futch family and uncle and aunt, Mr....and Mrs. O. Raes, and the Alfred Browns at
house *
guests this week of Mr.
Weekend, guests of Mrs. Lula carried Miss Mary Julia Futch J. Anders. : their ;.new ,home on Crosby Lake
and Mrs. W. S.
Dority and F. A. Were Mr.. and back to Tallahassee.Mr. Mrs. Martha Bales 'and daughters Suggs last week. LOCAL FINANCE CO.

Mrs. J, C-. ,Thurston of ,Cocoa, and Mrs. Edward Beebe are'spending.' this week at Mrs. Schley H. DeLoach of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall of
and Dewitt Raulerson of Macon, had as Sunday evening guests the S. G. Denmark place on Jacksonville spent Sunday with Jacksonville were visitors here '
Ga., and. Mr. and ,Mrs. Mac McDonald Mrs. Jane Berry and family of Kingsley Lake. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.:! Sunday and with'Mrs. J. W. ..Mc-I 114 N. WALNUT ST. PHONES 580 and 581

.,and.daughter of ,Jack- Madisonville, Ky.; Mrs. Virginia Birthday CelebrationThe Blair. Rae and sonsArley of Marianna
-' aonv lle. Marrero of Atlanta, and Miss: rolatives.of" Mrs.:,' Rob ,H. i Mr. and ''Mrs. H. B. Stokes of and James, were dinner guestsof % "Folks' Find Us Friendly

L. C.:' ''Casque psent the, weekend Woodrowine Houston of Jack- Futch helped' her, celebrate her i Starke were _dinner guests of the. the H. M. McRaes. They were .,_. .._ I

:Tin Broxton, ,Ga. ,with Mr, sonville. seventy-first birthday anniversary -I Edd 'Polks last Saturday. Ronald accompanied home by the: H. 'M '!" !P. . __: .: _. _: __ _ _'.>
and Mrs. .,Lynn:Fletcher and his Rev. W. O. Collins of Starke with.a:picnic at, Gold Head I Polk returned home with themto

mother*MfS'.: :.-Carrie.Oasque.: filled the pulpit at the First Branch on Sunday.,.Those. ., with .spend a few days.
Baptist Church on Sunday. her' on tits 7 *' occasion Louise Edenjoyed: a wonderful -
Friends of;;,Mrs. Casque will regret enjoyable .
to learn that she',is not feel- Mollie Prevatt of Jacksonville i were Mr. and Ifrs. Britt :Rosier, week,at the University of TO

Ing well _at"this ,time.S. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 'Les McClellan" Mr.. Florida' 'Youth Workshop last LAST CHANCE

J. and M.: B.'Futch of Jack- 'John Brown and daughters.Mr. and Mrs. ?bed ,Pauley' and fam- weeK
sonville' :visited 'Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly en- ily. Mr. and Mrs.,J. R. Devore I. Rogers and son James of ,

S. Eunice and David, and Mrs. joyed a short vacation from and family, Everett Futch, Mrs. Wewahitchka 'spent the past two

Selma Eunice. 'on 'Sunday after- Tuesday to Sunday at Vero Lillian'Padgett,and' children, Mr. weeks.here with Mr. and Mrs

noon. Beach and Mrs. Charles Starling and Len ri.avb. 1r.. and Mrs. Will

The Fred, Moore'family had as Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Manningand daughter, ,Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and family, and Mrs.: This 14 ft. Master Craft BoatABSOLUTELY.
weekend guests 'Miss Rachel daughter and Mrs. Edna Cedric ,Rosier and family, Mr. Mary Rogers. Mrs. Mary Rogers

acocmpanied him home to spend
a few days. ***<*:

Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and

Olan spent the weekend with '
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Osteen and

berry.Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bass of New-;

r Mrs. Effie Wheaton of Apopkawas

. visiting Mr. and Mrs..' Lem

Davis this week.

( Ian Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs

...AND GO AFTER BIG PROFITSI G. W. Davis and family were Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Waters and son _
of> Gainesville. William and Pat :rrA -J
Baggs of Ludiwici, Ga., Mr. and -
Mrs R. J. Waters of Dundee.

.ARM BETTER'I Mr. and Mrs. Carious Waddle of

\.h Lake Wales, Mrs. Pug Carr and

rm nw r*E ECTRicTY-IS THEMONCY.SAVEK..THE RIG daughter of Dundee Mr., and
Mrs. ,L. B. Crosby and son ot
Greensboro Ben Crosby and Mr.
and Mrs. Jake. Keene and daughter -
of Tampa.Mr.
IK. DAY OUT,;THE WG |- MAKES ,. Barbara and Dickie Davis and

THE 110 DimBENCE &IN l "'" Carol Keene visited Rainbow

MODERN '. x \ Springs and the Fish Bowl at
'AUUNCiaJt' --\.t :}
,, % Crystal River last Saturday.Mr. .
: and Mrs. Reed Lewis and

%r, children enroute from. Miami to

North Carolina spent last .week
ITI.I visiting' Mr. and Mrs. C. L. At-

kinson .and Mr. and Mrs. E. C.


spent three weeks visiting Mr. 1II"j"j 'BOAT TRAILER
= and :'Mrs. Jake Keen and Mrs. 'T
R. J.. Waters in Tampa and Dun

v v& dee.Twelve were of present the surviving at the Crosby children To Be Given Away .Saturday, Aug. 24, 8:00: p. m

i I family reunion at Strickland's
j '
r Landing on Aug. 11. A total of

lijrimi 125 descendants of the late P. A. Drive n..AskFor Your FREE COUPON .
) Crosby gathered for this annualevent. : ,
to 1 1t :ff -.:::,- ':'
We are sorry to hear that Mrs. THERE IS NO OBLIGATION

G. B. Colson Is ill and was tak.-

.. en to Bradford County Hospital .
on Wednesday. 1.
.IVE BETTER 4V Sunday dinner guests of ),{r.

and Mrs. Lloyd Barry were Mr.
and Mra. Alan Land of Pensa-
cola. Mr. and Mrs.. Jimmy Crosby

r. fOt LEISURE. ENJOY A FULLER. HAMER UPI Mrs. Edward, Clark, and son ol;

,a', a- a*,UTTEI, YOU--UVEIftrm .' and Mrs. G, W. Davis were I

l .. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Davis -'I

.- in JaeksonvQe, last Sunday.R .!
lffftr..Uvt 6rtt.r..Eltctrlcril .CEMETERY WOBKDJO" .

f There will be a worWne at "

_, FLORIIA POWER ft LIGHT COMMHY Sane Cempterv an day 'TuesrtavAue. ,
27. Everyone Interested L 1575 No'Temple Aye. -..Hwy. 301 Starke, Florida
-' .F, .. 4' : Raked, to come and brine: tool? '.. 4.,

to work with. Belle McCormick.. ,
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YYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTT. ,..........yYTyy ......' Parkers, and with Mr. and Mrs. I of' you; and you are herebysummoned I-you for .the relief demanded in Dell plaintiffs; that the relief I I ed against: you for the relief de-
I the complaint sought in said suit is to remove mended fn the complaint .
John Parker. : .) ordered and required: .
I tofUe ryonrwritten answer ,or It is hereby ordered that this clouds from and quiet and confirm ..H I, hereby ordered.htt this
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS HAMPTON Morgan and Nell Wil defenses the complaint in order'and ,notice shall be pub- plaintiffs' title to the above described orde and notice 'shalf tie published
Roy to consecutive
I said ;,.cause i. 'the -of fie* -of the- lished once" a week for'four con- lands as an indefeasiblefee once'ft i week' tor fplr
Hams ,returned Sunday fnmi'I undersigned Clerk of said Court at secutive weeks in the Bradford simple title thereto against the weeks'in, the Bradford Clunty Tel-
with Starke County Telegraph, a newspaper claims of you and each of you; and egrapti. a newspaper published in
'Mrs. J. Russell weeks in Orlando Florida on or before the
By Young- Phone Keystone 3421 two stay havIng
fly Mn. D.'E.' 16th Clay nt September; 1357! ,_tandt published in ,Bradford County you are summoned; ordered. rand Bradford County. Florida -
their uncle andaunt: Mr. and Florida. andhavlng a general cir- required to file written a general circulation in said
.....................& & &&& &aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa .::servfc. a soppy, thereof on Hollis culation in said County. swer defenses your an- County.
------------------------- Knight or to the complaintin
Broome.S y. :pl lnUff' -attorney, ,
Mrs. Clerk of said
hand, Clerk of said Witness band as
whose address'Is StarK,"?torIdaon WITNESS my as cause In the office of the my
LAKE CASUALTY class was assisted .in looking 'Mr. 'and ':Mrs.. J. ,E. Tolgs of before said -date -required by said Court of Bradford County undersigned Clerk of said Courtat Circuit Court of Bradford County,
the Laws'of: Florida Florida; and the seal of said Starke, "Florida on or before Florida and the seal of said Courtat
fete Thompson'? : .Jacksonville, :after the children by Mrs.'Elizabeth Teachers Already At Work; Rome, Ga., spent Saturday night }'IoridaRutes .of Civil and'the Procedure.1954 Court at. Starke Bradford County. the 3rd day of September, 1957, Starke Pradford County Florida -

.who with his wife and several ? Campbell and Mrs. Oliver School 'Starts Sept 3 with their son-inlaw and 'daughter If you fail-to do so, :4ecree, pro Florida on the 12th day of August and to serve. a- copy thereof on on the 29th' day of July. A. D.
,. ', confesso: wil 'be entered 'against: A.D 1957. Hollis .V., Knight! plaintiffs attorney 1957.
& }
friends was a Keystone 'Heights Johnson. Mrs. Bert Christoffers It was back to school faonday Mr. and Mrs; Marvin you'torthe.. relief > emullleG. lathe (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL' ) whose addfes.s is Starke, Florid (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

visitor on Saturday' was the'victim had arranged lawn games and for teachers of Hampton Elementary Fafle 'and daughters, enroute' -co pl-I t. 'I"ClURLES.Clerk of Circuit. A.Court DARBY of on by or the before Laws said of date Florida, as and required Charles, Circuit A. Darby Court Clerkof of Bradford

of a dive Into too shallow I cold drinks for her young guesta School who began two: torn' from a 'vacation .trip .It 4a hereby ordeisd that this Bradford County. Florida the 1954 Florida Rules of Civil County, Florida; '
Florida. order and 'notice shall be pub Hollis'V. Knight Procedure. if you fail to Hollis V. Knight Attorney for -
water Saturday afternoon. FAREWELL PARTY weeks of pre-planning work be- :through South lished pace a -week for four consecutive -;; Attorney for .Plaintiff. decree_ pro confesso will be so enter-do. a Plaintiffs: */2 .4t ,,823AtVAREZ'
Thompson dived from the pier at : Milton Mosher, formerly bookkeeper weeks in the llradford 8-16-4t-9-6
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Platt fore regular classes begin Sept County Telegraph a newspaper ..-- .....
the lakeside home of'M. F. Hay- were honor guesta at a dinner 3.- This two weeks will be spentin at B. Thomas Lumber published in Bradford County, N M
"for several Florida, and having a general. circulation b-T1Ie.t.'Ifloalt-C.oart Of The Eighth Men's Clothing
nes Lake Geneva and Co. near Hampton
on apparently attending workshops,
at the home of Mr. and Starke -
party in sald county. Judicial Circuit of Florida !. ,And STORE
struck some object on Mrs. Charles T. Smith on Friday, and the remainder will be devoted years, has, returned to this Job 1 .WITNESS my hand as Clerk of For- Bradford Covatyi lilt, Established1SMj
in Euporia. Miss. for said 'Circuit Court of Bradford :: In Chaarery. .
the bottom. Friend saw that he after living
Aug. 16th. The Platts 'and their to curriculum planning in.. County Florida,, and the seal of Mamie Dixon. et al. Plaintiffs, vs
was in distress when' he arose two children will leave for his I the Hampton School accordingto the last year. Mrs. Mosher and said Court at SUrke, Bradford Simon J. Temple; et al, Defendants. _, f t t

to the surfaceSand went 'ifl after children will! arrive this weekend County, Florida, on'the 8th day. of .ORPEB OF PUBLICATION .AM r'i: I
new assignment 'with the Du- Ola 1!. Perkins, principal.All AusUit A.D. 1957..CHARLES.- NOTICE TO DEFEND! -.-- -. .. ---'---- -- -
him to the shore and the family expects$ to make A. DARBY, . .
him, bringing Pont Company after Sept. 1. pupils entering school for IN THE NAME OF THE STATE -
and administering artificial res They have been residents of Keystone the first time, who have not previously their home in Starke." Bradford Clerk of County.Circuit Florida.Court of OF.To FLORIDA Simon J. : Temple. -, Neils P.

piration. Meanwhile the. James. Heights for 'two years and registered, as well as all Sunday visitors at the! J. G; (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL' ) Christiansen, E, Strong, Clara
Hollis V. Knight Elizabeth Rollins, Edna C. Rol-
A.'Dunnes, a short distance from have been active in the Community pupils transferring from other Adkins home were Mrs. J. H. Attorney .for. Plaintiff. lins, Wilbur F. Rollins. Raymond

shore in.their boat, saw the trou- Church 'and n civic af schools, are requested to registerat BOSS of Wichita, Kans., Mrs. P. J{.. Rollins, Andrew -Mace Rollins if
| L\' 1THE CIRCUIT ,COURT OF alive, ana. if any of, the above
ble. and. came in to offer. assist- fairs. Hampton School on Thursdayand L. JHorris Jr. of Macclenny ;and ..BRADFORD COUNTY,?FLORID, named persons be dead then to his ... .
ance. The Volunteer"Fire Department Friday, Aug. 29-30, :Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Priester of :Macclen 'IN. "CHA CERY' S t unknown, heirs devisees legatees, :-= -
Enjoying the buffet dinner on S S Case No. 12312BLBERT grantees, creditors or other persons .r--
responded to their'call and Friday were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Perkins said. ny. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard- 1 H. SMITH.Plaintiff olaiming any interest in the hereinafter --- 5-

. with use of first aid equipment In order to enter first gradefor and daughter of Ocala were described property, by -S
Weichel, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles vs. 'L through, under or against each -_
helped to ,remove the large Mr. and Mrs. H. L. this school term, a child must weekend visitors at the 'Adkins CATHARINE. W. FEARING, et al such deceased, and to the unknown
Hager, : Defendants. heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees,
amount of water from Thomp- be six years old on or before home and their' other daughter;
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Richard ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND creditors or other persons claiming
son's lungs. He was takenby Mrs. John Dec. 31 1957 and must present a Mrs. Joe R. Smith of Jacksonville NOTICE TO DEFEND ) any,:'interest In the hereinafter, described -.
Hackman. Mr. and IN THE NAME OF THE STATE property by, through, under -
ambulance to' the Bradford before" he she is two weeks here .
birth certificate or spending
Ruffini, Mr. and Mrs. William OF FLORIDA: '_ 5- or against Andrew M. Rollins,
County Hospital, where x-rays can be assigned to a class. All whije her husband is in I training To Catharine W. Fearing Har deceased. and N. P. Christiansen
and Few, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph, riot W., Fearing, Mrs. -.4.. L. Scott, deceased; and.to all persons, havingor
of neck
revealed a fracture to with the National Guard.
and the honor guests. parents are requested bring if'alive, and if any ot the above 'claiming any right. title or in-
skulL He suffered, partial paralysIs birth certificates on registrationdays Mr. and Mrs. Leroy -Edwardsof named persons be, dead then his terest in, or to the following lands
KEYNOTESMiss Unknown heirs, devisees situate tn Bradford County, Florida .,
1n his 'legs, -which t>n Mon have not previouslydone Flint Mich. and
if they now livingat
Marguerite Lewis of New _. legatees, ,_to-wit: ,
day bad, not (been 're1i ve4- He so.' Ft Rucker, Ala., where 'he if grantees lienors 'creditors or other Beginning at the point of the!
condition York City, daughter of Jess'Lewis persons, .claiming any interest intersection of the. Easterly
was in an unconscious 186 VOTERS REGISTEREDFOR stationed with the Army, were
has had in the hereinafter property -boundary line of right way
when taken to the hospital, but of Keystone Heights, CITY ELECTION weekend guests at the home !'of .fcy,. through. under ;or against of State Road 200 with the
two successful showings of her each such deceased, The Florida ortherly boundary line of right
on Monday was reported to have Mias A total of 136 were listed thiS Mr. and Mrs. ,Milton Misner and Land and Immigration Company, of way of Sapp Street (form
in New York.
regained 'full consciousness. ;He paintings week on the register of voters son. Mr. and Mrs. Misner also a corporation\ and all persons having -, erly North Street), at an iron
Lewis has received favorable or claiming any right, title'9r stake set at such point of Intersection -
.was' moved to a Jacksonville hospital art critics and for the city election to be held moved on Saturday from the ,interest in or to "the following (ana which point is .

to be nearer the family. comment from on September 10, with six new Claude May house across the lands) -situate .in Bradford, County., 280,58feet, distant from and .
several of her portraits were Florida, to-wt: bears South 17 Degrees 46 minutes .., ..
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS names added this'year.. street to the home formerly From the point of the intersection West from the intersection

Miss Paula Timmon. enjoyed a sold during the showings.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Swindell, owned Mr.' and Qf the South .line of of the Easterly boundary line TV I Iwith'
by Mrs. Adofr.
and Mrs. J. C. Detweiler Arnold Brownlee Street, which is also of the Right -of Way of State RCA Victor ;Budget priced
birthday celebration on, her Mr.and Mrs. Leon Sauls and 'Mr. Haddock. State Road 16 (and was formerly Road 200 with the North line of sensational 'ew "Liv-ng Image"S
observed their 35th wedding an : 10th Street), in the City Block 4 South Range 2Vest of
and Mrs. Milton Misner registered
tenth anniversary Friday; Aug. niversary on Sunday with a family Miss Sylvia Starling returned) .of Starke, Florida with the Simon J. Temple's Subdivision) picture. Full 261 sq. in. 'of ;\'iewable S

16, at the1ome! of her grand dinner. Jack ,Detweiler, his as new voters. Of the 136 home last week from .Miami Easterly line of the right of FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, area. "High-Sharp-and-Easy" tuning

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. :A. Wil- wife and their small son came up several who have moved away where she has been'spendiri the way being of State Temple Road Avenue 200, for.also a.' thence 46 minutes run East North and 17 along degrees said S controls located high on the side of the

liams, where she and her mother, from Orlando for the occasion. may be ruled out by the city summer. S POINT OF..BEGINNING. thence Easterly ,boundary line {)f' the cabinet let you! 'tune standing ep .' .
South 72 degrees 17 minutes right_of of State Road 200
Mrs. E. A. Timmons and her council at their next meeting. Mrs. R. C. Williams i run way gives needle-shcrp! tuning
Miss Phylis Massa was the and son East andalong the South for a distance of 940.68 feet to you cccuracy.
brothers, Timmie and John, 'have : making the final number less Ricky of Tampa are line qf Brownlee street, for' a the .North line of Block 3 'South, Balanced Fidelity Sovrd. Three rich
guest of her grandparents in spending feet
; distance of 102.23 thencerun Range 2 West of said Simon J.
been spending the summer. Moultrie, Ga., last week. Mr. and than this. this week in 'Hampton 'with her South, 17 degrees 44 minutes Temple's Subdivision, thence run S finishes: ebony ficuh:! ; maroon or limed

Guest enjoyed an outdoor sup- Candidates for mayor, clerk; parents, Mr. and' Mra' J. 15 seconds West for a South 72 degrees 16 minutes 10 oak grained finishes ra..Mod". .
Mrs. George Massa, Phylia and W. distance of 100.07 feet thence seconds East and along the -
per followed by games.' Gina were guests the previous marshall and three city council- Home. run North 73 degrees 14 'minutes North line of Block 3 South ,211711. .: .' r
Birthdays were celebrated in men have until September 3 to 45 seconds West for a dis- Range 2 West, and along the J
weekend and Phylis stayed. fora NOTICE tanceof 102.14 feet to a pointon North line of Block 3 South,
the W. B. Belote family, begin- longer visit. qualify. For each office, the requirements I. WILLIAM T.OP JACKSON.F.I.KCTIOY the .Easterly: 'line of Temple Range 1 West of said Simon J. '

ning with Billy, whose 6th birth- are that the candi- OF STARRE FLORIDA. MAYoR Avenue, thence run North 17 I Temple's: Subdivision for a distance -
Mrs. Charles Muhlhofer enjoyed TUE OF THE FT VIR degrees '41 minutes 10 'seconds of 871.63 feet to the Westerly 21 :: ONLY. $199.95I
S day was on August 1st. Billy, a visit last week from "two date be a registered voter in the TH 'IN 1IE BY AUTHORITYVEST LAW. DJO HERE-- East and along ,Jhe Easterlyline boundary line of the rightof ,
Suzanne and Renee and their city, and have a petition signedby BY CALL AN ELECTION TO of 'Temple Avenue for a way 'of Seaboard Air Line J. :
friends from Chicago, Mrs. Ella HELD AT BE distance of 100 feet to the Railroad. at a point 100 feet
mother, Mrs. W. B. Belote, spent Ihrke and Mrs. Alice Kluesing. at least 10 qualified electors. TN THE .1FORESATD THE FIRE TOWN STATION point of beginning: being all from the centerline of the West

the day at Marineland, seeing Petitions are to be turned over .QUA LI FrED 'VOTERS ON BY. of "Lots 6 -and 7. Block 16, of main track of said Railroad
Guests of Miss Cleva Carsonfor TUES '
DAY.: SKPTEMP'ER ''Temple's Addition to Starke. thence run South, 17 degrees 43
the sights and enjoying a swimin the weekend were Mrs. Lillian to the City Clerk W. H. Max.weU THE PURPOSE OF 10, -1957 ELECTING; FOR Bradford County, Florida as minutes 50 seconds 'West, andS

the :ocean. i no later than 8 p. m. on THE' FOLLOWING OFFICERS per plat thereof recorded InDeed along the 'Westerly -boundary, of
Lawrence and Miss Avis : 636. and said railroad of fora
ONE MAYOR FOR Book G at Pages right way
On Tuesday afternoon, Aug. Turner of Jacksonville. Miss Tuesday September 3. ONE CITY CLERK.-TWO' TREASUR YEARS. 637 thereof of the current pub-; distance of '877.51 feet to the

13 Suzanne Belote'a 5th birth CHRISTIAN CHURCH ER TAX 'ASSESSOR AND '.!fAX'COLLECTOR .lio :records of".Bracf rd Coun Northerly boundary of said Sapp
Turner is a former music teacherin FOR TWO ty. .Florida except the por- Street thence run _North 76. degrees -
day was observed with a neigh- Andrew Jackson High School SERVICES OiW' CHIEF OF POLICE YEAI $. tion thereof within the rightof '25 minutes West and .ri. SrvicAll
boorhood party including 16 of Speakers Sunday at Hampton TWO YEARSTWO way of state ftoads. 16 and along .the Northerly, boundary
and Mrs. Lawrence is also retired 200 situate in: the City of of Sapp Street for a distance of
her friends.! Games and refreshments from teaching at Andrew Christian Church were David YEARS. ALDERMEN S FOR TWO. Starke. Bradford County' Flor-' 874.59 feet to:said ,Point of Beginning -
S ida; ;.J>>eingvall of Block 3 .,
Thomas for the service
Dfe?eenJoyecLLittle Jackson. morning YEAR.ONE ALDERMAN FOR md: QREETJNGS: You are"hereby S-SS 'South. Range ,1" West and all ,# ...

Miss :Cindy Lynn Scales Word received from Mrs. and Donald Hucks of Jacksonville PROVIDING titled that.8' suit in equity hast that part bf Block 3 South.I'ange ,
FOR ELECTION 'TO and 2 West East of
galnst lying
for the evening service. CITY >e.n. brought you >
was honored on her birthday on Charles Clark in Lake City is COUNCIL BY GROUPS. each of you, and also against: Bradford State Road '200 and all that
Work Guaranteed ..
Wednesday, Aug 14. Enjoyingthe that Mr. Clark is improving. Sheldon Thomas, formerly of TION INSPECTORS: FOR SAID ELEC- County a political subdivision part: -of Block 4 South Range Free ,Estimates'
Lake of the State of Florida, .and City 2 West lying North of, Sapp -
'" Butler will be speaker for CHARLES .
party were 20 young friends Mr and Mrs. Francis Clark A. L. HARDY of Starke, 'a Florida municipal Street S and East of State Road Fully Equipped '- DependableAll
and several mothers.-Cindy Lynn have returned vacation both services next Sunday at RAY STONESHELLrE CROSBY, JR. corporation' ; "as .defendants by !'1- 00/and> all .that part of Block
from a the church. bert. H.. Smith, as plaintiff, in the 4 South Range 1 ..West lying
was three years old. trip which took them to visit ERNESTINE A. HALL above entitled Court and cause; North of Sapp Street. in Simon Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
JUNIOR CLoSS'BAS PICNIC MICHAEL SLADE WILLIAM DENMARK that the lelief',sought : in "said ''J. Temple's Subdivision 'as, per
Mrs. I Clark's brother and sister-
HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY IN TESTIMONY suit -is _to.reJDove,clQuds.trom,and plat thereof recorded in Deed
The Junior Girls 'ClasS of the in-law in Tulsa, Okla. and relatives HEREUNTO WHEREOF. I quiet and ,confirm plaintiffs title Book C. at page 424 thereof of
Community Church Michael Slade, son of 'Mr. and NAME 4SUBSCRIE-E MY to ''the. above described lands as the current public records. of
enjoyed a AND
and friends' of both 'Mr CAUSE THE SEAL
.fe title Bradford County Florida containing -
morning swim party followed by: and Mrs. Clark in Tennessee. Mrs. Avory Slade, celebrated hiS' OF HEREUNTO THE SAID TOWN TO BB thereto an indefeasible against the 'clalrris'simple of'.you 18.20 acres, more; or '

a picnic at the Bert Christoffers1 third birthday Sunday, Aug. 18, 7th DAY OF AFFIXED AUGUST, A.THIS THB and each of you; and you-are here- less; situate in the City of WO & TV
D., 1,5T.
Starke Florida
( .summoned, ordered and required ;
a party for several friends SEAL)
home on Lake Geneva. Mrs. J. ,VVVVVVVVVyyyyyyyyyyIIIIG11LAND WILLIAM : to file your written answer or defenses and to Raymond H. Rollins as administrator -
Russell Young teacher of the! and relatives. After games and ATTEST: T JACKSON MAYOR to ,the. 'complaint, in said of the estate of An-.
CARL cause In the office of, the under- drew M. Rollins, deceased.
opening gifts refreshments of CITY
signed Clerk if'said Court' at GREETINGS: You are. hereby no- .
cake and punch were served. 8/9-t-9/6 Star He, ''Florida on or before the tified that a suit in equity has;
Michael and his brother Cliff 16th day of'September, '1957 and to been brougnc against you and each
-i' wf THE ciRcriT cornr OF thereof on .Hollis V. of you as defendants in the above '
'dGOlASUMMER THE serve a copy TV Radio .- Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
: By :Bin. Lacy Norman also spent from Thursday to EIGHTH JIDICIAL CIRCUIT BF Knight, plaintiff's attorney,:'whose entitled Court and cause by Mami< .

Sunday in Maxville with their FLORIDA IXAXD FOR, BRAD, 'address 3s Starke} Florida on or Dixon, a widow Jasper Dell individually Fla/
: COLD FORD COUNTY IV CHANCERf. S t bef re- said' date as' required by Jasper :Dell as .admin- 239 Starke,
.A.A.A'.....LA LA A AL A A AAAA grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Caw fte. 12-311 S the laws of Florida, and .the, .1954 istrator of the estate of Ben Dell
ALBERT HARTMANN as Curator, Flprida Rules of Civil Procedure.If deceased;. Jasper Dell as
M. Greene. The Greenes admlnl-I
Mrs. Sarah Norman and Theodore Mr. and of the Person and Property 'you fall'to do BO, a decree pro strator of the estate of ---- .-c 1

TAKEkT and Iris Pendarvis wentto Mrs. Joe Lucas and children hada of Incompetent.Elizabeth Letsch.. an confesso will be entered .against deceased Hazel Dell and Eunice == -, _=.....,-z- _- ,.." ..-----------. )

family birthday dinner at'the .. .. .. _
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Jacksonville Friday afternoonto Plaintiff. 1'7 t. ft. J

T 6Wtor-! take some furniture to Mrs. Slades before the party. -vs. Defendants S I

66- PARTY SATURDAY CHARLES C. yo think you save when you buy a Ford ,
Charles! Mosley's new home she CONLEY et al, i

'c / has just bought. FOR'DEBORAH. Deborah Hill daughter HILL of- Mr. ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO DEFEND AND -. S '. ._ wait 'til you discover what you save owning one .1.1H .

.; Mrs. Maebell Norman and IN THE -NAME OF THE: STATE < : < o' : :: rv
( : not to mention what
and Mrs. D. E. Hill marked her OF FLORIDA: : 'i you save when you go to seUI"! 1 VT __
daughter, Jonell, are both in the To Charles C.' Conley, B. ,L." i. .. ,
hospital at Lake Butler. sixth ,birthday Saturday, Aug. Green R. L. Shaddock William c. For all the Ford r irLme'. .
greater length (longer .
17 with at Temple, if alive .,. .
a party, her home and if J any of
JAY'S Edwin Griffis of South FlorIda the above named persons be dead : than any low-priced sedan) II for all its extra room "

spent'the weekend _here with After games and opening"of then to his unknown heirs, 4evlsees, (greater width'than many'medium-priced: can) : .: i '-

Home friends and relatives. gifts refreshments' of cake'and persons grantees claiming lienors; creditors any interest or other In Ih.. I for all its big-car '!'feel" (first low-priced car to break.'I'.

Appliances Mrs. Beedie Norman returned -punch were served. the hereinafter described property LIII 11 1 the two-ton barrier!) : II U .tiII' I.b LOWEST"' if, .

Visitors Friday'with Mr. and by through; under -against: each I priced car in its class!* *&*. '.
Your home Friday after spending a such deceased; the unknown heirs, A ;
Friendly Mrs. J. A. Williams and
week in Jacksonville with the familyin devisees grantees, lienprs, creditors -' 4 I But the savings don't atop &rYouTI discover.thaiFord's .
i Hampton were Mr Williams' or other persons claiming ailhy
Norge DealerS Dock Normans.Mr. sister :AIrs: her daughter intercut in the hereinafter described : I new Thunderbird veS's'and Mileage.Maker ..

and Mrs. Burton Coruth-- Mann der property by, through 'un 0 Six,have their own special built-in soring lIJll '"' .>{ <: .
Mrs. .Ernest Croft and daughterof or against Robert M, Smith.
NQRGE APPLIANCES era and grandson of Jacksonville Dade City. Mrs. A. I. Mannof deceased Immigration; The Florida' Land aid S I And when you go to nil : II Wowi ThaW to fa .,;; "'
visited Mrs. Ruth Marr last Sun- Company, a corpora 55 fock-solid''Inner.Ford "
tion Essex / you can etpect JKW
S BIAYTAO WASHERS Brooker was a Sunday visitorat Royalty Corporation.A your : '
Deleware corporation with Its -I '.. kind of Ford to return more of its original price: j.. 7
day.Don't Williams! home. principal -
office -
in .
and Sun- Kennedy Build- '
church S S
I COLEMAN HEATERS and forget with Mr. and Mrs. John Parker tooka persons ing Tulsa Oklahoma; and to alj' ', ?_,* 't _Come in and see UI today IiI and start your Ford ?,
day SchooLBring someoone having or claiming \
FLOOR any S. account to
FURNACESWe vacation y -c7.
welcome trip week interest in or to the following S 1S" .
you. You are always lands .' --
through the Smoky :Mountains in situate in Bradford County 1 .5.
Service All here. Florida. to-wit: : <
Of Makes Tennessee, over through the Blue .Begin .at a eon crete ,monument .5 .-....,,5 i S 5' .
Appliances Mountains, and through the Car- at the corner common to Sec- -, 5- \ ..
tions 8, 9, 16 and 17 in Twp. C ; '/ -
THE RIGHT POINT for the olinas. ,s.. R. 22 E, thence run South '
Phone :
10 way you write. Come in and select J. E. Adkins is visiting in 88 degrees 14 minutes 20 sec .' .
onds West : lII- --r--
along the
line di- ; .0'
Starke. Florida favorite ESTERBROOH Miami with his viding !. J S S S 5S .
your, daughter, Mrs.P. aforesaid See Band 17, t.: '-
-- I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH I'I'I A. Kelly, for ab ut a month.' iron a distance of 1351.I1'feet:! to an : : S S S
retake; ran thence South S
Mr. and Mrs. 3 ,
-- Frank Hardia of degree, 11.minutes 30 sec- -

Jacksonville were recent visitors onds feet East. a distance of 671.33!) 1
to a post; run thence.l
with Mr. and Mrs. K. B. '\Vatterso North 87 degrees SO minutes, r
NEED PAINT? 10 seconds East. a distance.pf
f '
1313.77 .
feet to a concrete mon- (
Mr. and ,Jtrs. GeorgeWiDianis 1 ument on the line dividing said -
and Sec. IS and 17; run thence son Howell
took a vacation North 87 degrees 0 minutes t J

NOW you can paint trip last week through west East a distance of 1313.58 feet j I I

/ Florida to Euporia, Jliss., where to degrees a post 13; minutes run thence East North a dis-0 '... : ------w- I

your entire house for / they visited Mr. anefMrs. Milton tance of 626.69 feet to a con .

half the regular cost by Mosher 'and family; through crete viding monument said Sec. on 9 and the 16 line; cpft-di- : fL =L .1T: THE_III". ... J
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Arkansas to Flat tinue thence S
: Roc Ala.. to North 0 degrees t
brushing out the visit Mr. and Mrs. C.'I... Houser nusteet'minutes East. a distance'of "
Middleman. ; to a post: run -. .
and in Holl"WoodAla.., where thence >South 87 degrees, : 17 4- : 'rARD
.minutes West a distance of :I 4
they visited
\.:'" .Elizabeth Matchin. 1313.64 feet- to a post on the -?, .- .. J j
Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh line dividing said sections 1 _
and I S 5 S % 'I- ,, 4
; run 'thence o.::
South 1 cle
2 Gal.tf Paint Jor Price of One! taken to Glendale Hospital In gree. 59 minutes East along- S 1- 7f 'lOIUr_NIIm\_ '
? 5.
$ Palatka Sunday for treatment distance aforesaid section line ia S 'l f'.) _
> 696.T1 feet to A ,.. .L.I '
,Mrs. James Maxie arid chfl-1 point of beginning; situate in S f- "
PRICE ON OUR PAINT STARTS dren,'who have beenstaying near I ,.SW% of said Sec. 9. NW% 'i.t
said Sec. 16, and NE% of said '
Waldo with her, family, are leaving -i Sec._ 17; I r "
$5.98 this weekend to GREETINGS: You are hereby S :
fifllon join
Quart her Andrews
,P9 notified that a suit in equltyr&as Motor
husband In'San. Diego, Calif. Mrs' been brought against you and each C

..- -. -. '.-. -- Leonard Meltoa of '-St Mary's Hartmann of you as as defendants curator of the by person Albert . ,P

Ga. is to make the trip with and property of Elizabeth Letsek, .j

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE them. an incompetent as plaintiff, la ithe .
[above entitled Court and cause J MADISON AND ADAMS STS.PliONE 118 STARVE FLA.
Mrs. Vasco Busey and daughter that the relief :sought in .said suit HP* } ,: J

214 N.W.: 13th t-r I !, fR 1 & ym of Valdosta, Ga. visited In and Is "remove confirm pialntirr clouds from title and to quiet!the If.You're Interested In An A-l USED CAR Be Sure'To See Your Ford Dealer*v '
-last weekend with twr above-described Jam!*,*> an'(ads, ** ** (' ** t.'i,
brother and Eershel feasible fee simple title the/eta bic: t j. i .r 'v t .. -_
family, the against claim of you and each .Q .-", ;'" '
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l J. E..Sher.I still *> dreii 9tfiss Franee *Martin class tQ" e 1kt: ttCS! =s wereWilliw'n
I 1nessageDfRev. rYJYtyyyyyyY/tytYTtY.il t are .' In'.tJa 'hospital. jOJi end = ;: ; ( ,

, t wood 'of the Christian Curch. I Irene Padgett, is spenclngfew a Mrs., .Jesse Scott and children 1] j Promofed ,E. Carter, Ckn p, .0\\1-:

I Everyone is invited to thi.$',Union CtAY lULL days in 3forth' Carolina ,.withher *are visiting her ,mother, :Mrs. j ford \VnUam; .0. Doi 'Henry O.
1 / Service, sponsored by the Cnrist-'' daughterand family. \Cora Bell Jones, of Fernandinaj-i, Lawson,' Rudolph Padgett, Arthur
,HURCIIEI iaa, Presbyterian, :and Methodiat'Churches. Beach In Starke Guard
r $ .. hOur' JIn. i. '''L BL&Jli Sunday afternoon 'TML ; BPatray and Robert C. Sapp.
Knight and son Edwin, and D:I The Black Creek Associational 'r Promoted from private E-2 to
Wednesday Prayer Meetingand &&'J&a.Aaa &&&&&&& a. B. Griffis and family oftMaxvOle: Sunday School meeting 'Will be. /
t Bible Study 7:30 p. m. field night, Aug. 22; Twenty-four men recently 'received private first class were-Iryin W.
: colored 'neighbor man, called x>n the Stricklands. "Wedidn't Thursday "
Thursday' Chancel Choir rehearsal Clyde. .Nelson, died Saturday 'know: ao many tales could at Black Fond Church.All officers -. I promotions in Co. C, the frowning: VoHie-W, Browning'

The Tabernacler Methodist ChurchServices 7SO p. m.Presbyterian. afternoon. He 'bad pbeen sick for be w told. about .anything ,.that', and 'teachers are .urged, to Starke ,National Guard unit. William M. Carter, Allen H'Coch-

-- some' time and notbl |.io,1'Iar: been told: about our grandson illness attend this !meeting., .Promoted from Private-2 tospecialist I cane Aubrey Covington; James

The William Jennings Bryan Sunday, ,Aug. 25: Church. Clyd livedon Mrs. 'Robert but it1 shows, that folks' 'are third class was EdgarG. 1 I* Crawford, Paul E. Crawford,

Unjverslty G 3pel'Team of'Day' Sunday School 9:45 a., m. :' Taylor's farm '(the ,'(chicken interested, insomething besides; YYYYYYYYYYYY TYYYY YYY 'AkridgeStepping James E. Dyal, Landon E. Grif-

ton, -Tenn., composed of five Morning Worship 11 a. m. Rev. Friday adult choir practice farm") .for several years and i their- own good .looks. S --up from private first fis, Constantlnp Kopelousos, 'Jessie

young 'men-presented a program E. Lloyd Ferris, retired Methodist 8 p. 'm.Sunday' always proved :ito' be a?quiet I 'Rev. Saunders preached for mm A. Mann, Ronnie W. Mundorff' ,

of instrumental, ,vocal music Minister :from the North Church school 9:45a. friendly neighbor.- Burial was us Saturday, night but, this from her friends. Lloyd c. Padgett, Are V.'Hhoden. ,
at ;the Gospel Tabernacle lastFriday Indiana Conference, will be the m.; .morning worship "What last Monday: at .11 o'clock. He writer was_ under: the weather By l\frs..'Gordon. Jones' Airs.. .Xate Starling recently Roger K. Griff, Allen B.. White.'

night. The musical numbers guest 'speaker.. Rev. Ferris :has Place" 11 a. pi.; Union ,evening leaves'' his widow 'Gertrude, and :and ,unable to- ''attend. Hope .to visited relatives 'in, Tampa. head.That's .
a&&ia, :&a'aa'aa ..:&&&&&&&AIVisiting
been a resident of Penney Farms service First '
worship Presbyterian I
were interspered with per- ; other relatives.: be back this Saturday ,sight,
sonal testimoniee rand followedby for one year and previous to his Church, sermon by the Rev_ ; -We -are"glad to announce that however. 'J "J .-'" ', : Our Business. ,
a-brief message by the'director residence in Florida, served the J. !;!. ""Sherwood-8 p m. Gertie Faircieth 'and .our grandson Mr. and. Mrs. A. C. ..

of ;the group, G.: Waughton.The Grace Methodist Church In An- Tuesday '- 'Women of the Willie England. both in iSt. Y "YY.'YY YYY T YY ..." Ellis ;last weekend were Mrs If it's Glass We Have Itl. !

team was accompanied to derson, Ind. Everyone ,is invitedto Church p. m. Vincent's Hospital all of last I Raleigh Skipper and daughter of CALL WRITE or VISIT >

'Starke from Jacksonville. by;Rev. come and worship with us. M. Thursdayjunior: choir practice week are much:!better in' health SORTS SIDE Miami.,, <

I John Margene of the Fellowship. W. Lance, chairman 'of the Offi- '2 p. m. 4' ,I'. than, they. piers' However bothyyyyyyyy.yYYYYYYYY Mr., and 'lira. Gordon, Jones : .Joe Peters Glass Co)

: Bible Church. cial Board, will preside at 'this I 1$; 'Mrs. Carl BrJtWII.aa ,, and Carolyn were In St. Augu

Sunday morning and evening service. i 7 yyyy.yYYYYY7Y..YYYYYYYYY. stine"-"Sunday. FOR ANY 'GLASS, ;NBEP

the pulpit 'was --i1ect''by! Rev. Recreation. time ;ft r MYF, I NEWS OF INTEREST :TO COLORED .. a &Aar& aaa&iiAa. ..Little Julius 'Jones was in the We Design Modern Stcre-Fnmts

fled 6:15; Dine-A-Mite 'for MYF. hospital last week, but is home Just 'Mail Us :A Pattern for
Rodda ,
of Palatka, recent i
6:45; MYF Worship Service CITIZENS OF PRADFORD COUNTY Mrs. Carrie Norman and Mrs. .
now and getting along fine.
10' Tops
I graduate of Tennessee Temple 7:15 showing the 'film, "You and Gladys Carter \spent 'last weekin Mrs Minza: -Royal of Lakeland ", Table

College, Chattanooga who i Your Family.:' I By Ozora J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Miami,Twith\ Mrs. Norman's and 'Robert Norman\ 'were,, ''Visit-( 1313 N.W. 4th PL GainesYffle. FUu Phone:FR.34353

brought messages 'from the: Union Evening Service at 8 p. son, Leamon,::: *ho 43" ill in .the tag Mr. 'and'' Mrs..; .Gordon ;Jones'last'

i Gospel.,, m. in the Presbyterian Church hospital there. > .. .. .
; Sunday. T'
._ ... : Boy Scouts 'To Worship I I statement from i Principal :.Ruth. .
Mr.; 'and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins
The lat t'emphasis in the Jenkins of'-the-,New'Lake Bntler I ..4' ,. ."
School;' Princ'"pal' Jenkins is'.also enoyed .a'-farewein supper' Satur- LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT
Boy Scout for 71
I program Troop
day night given by Mr. and Airs:
FIRST is "Go to Church and Gq to 'Sunday -' president of the Union County Carter of''Jacksonville Tki.JrNim
.. teachers Association. Mrs.I A..r' V. ,
School. On the 'fourth .
sunday : ."
their son and Daughter-in-law, : I" of' .M BUILDING JOB
Collins is teacher of 'the :first '
'" morning all members of the Mr. and"Mrs." 'Le.IIiar Carter! who Mr>. John MeKinney
STARKE, FLA. Mrs.: A.J C JrankUn second .
troop will atteld! 'Sunday .School grade; left 'Monday ,for: Baptist.Bible. ',&A&A&&A&&AA&AaA&&A&a" f, i
J i in Lincoln grade; Mrarli' A. Johnson:
City. According..toScoutmaster -
fourth College tn Springfield For J ___
third grade; Mrs.Davis,
B. Marshall
HAINES, Pastor i tr.' rand! Mrs. S. H, ,
every ,membeer of the troop 4s; grade;< Mrs."Charity ){oor fifth ':Mr.- and Mrs.Jennings Starling -
Jefferson" and Court Streets In The,Beart of Town expected to attend Sunday I grade; former principal of "Rai- Middleburg ;"spent the weekend and children 'spent last week FreeEstimates
Phones Office and Mrs: :;M. with ,.her.daughter.. Mrs:: Patsy ,
234 Pastorium 130 School. this Sunday. They -will ford Elementary; in Branford with Mrs. Starling's Q
visit' every church :in' Starke and ;J. Whltley! sixth grade and resident Sapp. parents, Mr. ,and ",Irs. Odom.. ; { .
vicinity during'this coming fiscal 'of Lawtey: ; 'Mrs..Alnia Bacn .Mr.:and Mrs., Bland Matthews Rev. ,Burton of Starke .preach- Phone
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Jenkins -will .and daughter of, .Jacksonville .
and last
year with the hope that each Principal ed at,, the Baptist Church <
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union'6:45 P.M. ihgrades. 7.10 spent the' weekend with .her.mo-' 493-J .
church will send a boy who at- teach: all subjects' Sunday in the absence -of the .
ther, Mrs.'Sarah Alvarez.' "
this term. All of-the'Union County .
tends church 'and -Sunday School pastor
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Teachers be" 'luncheon Mr. ;and ;Mrs.-/Reese -Scott-and
regularly to Camp Coacoochee will children '' ,Mr.and Mrs. John Willis and RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL:
last week with ,
.Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at if his parents are financially un- guest'ot the Shells on Monday. her .children, and Bill Martin '
urged to be Mrs: A. W. Scott, in "i j' REPAIRS
Parents again
able to send 'him. Scout are were
meetingis all of; Sunday
If a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday every Wednesday night ;at present at 1p. m.'Monday; Aug.' Shady and Valley! relatives, Tenn.in and with guests of Mrs John's mother

RJE school. The enrichment for 26,''in the : UE Cafetorium 'for friends "Virginia. ,,
Mrs :John MeKinney.
I 'Air and Mrs, :John
C health, clinic. : Bermy Sapp, J. THOMAS
the free
one monthly meeting will Te the of'Daytona'Beach: ,spent", Sunday 'Mrs., Margaret Johnson and
game called Surprise! Birthday Party ,
"Pony Express"All children of Nichols are spending
with.; !r. and Mrs.; Carl,gapp. .
'Scouts are asked to attend On 'Friday L rAwg: 'ie, Mrs. Leona a while with his parents, I Mr. '
Mr. and'Mrs. A. W. :Brown of
meeting regularly and join in' the M Royal was surprised with and, Mrs. Albert Wfflis.. .
Madison Street Baptist Church fun. The' next regular -meeting a.birthday.-party'by' herrelativesat the :state, Farm,:had as 'Sunday .Mr.' and Mrs. Alden Ward and -
the home of her 'mother-hi- dinner guests, Mr. .and Mrs. ... .
will be Wednesday Sept. 4. B. Hardenbrook baby of St.- Marys, ,Ga. 'were .," .
(Presently Meeting Washington; and Grand Sts.) T. Marshall Sr. Scoutmaster; 1aw-Mrs. Sophia-Royal in Pleasant Jerry Mr. ,and'$ .Mrs.: Cecil and Rowe-children, Mr. weekend guests-.of',Mr. and Mrs. WE CAN 'SAVE YOU ,BIG
Charles City. Mrs; Royal was ushered \
Good Covington, reporter.- Leon Wynn.' *
Singing forceful PreachingEACH ,'
and Mrs. Carl Brown and ehil-
Kl-1'1 Social Club in"by her brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. V.. McKinney, MbNEY'ON'
LORD'S DAY On last Tuesday night in dint-who visiting from"Phil-' Born" Baptist''Church..T' The fourth and Children of Gainesville 'Mr. .., A

Hastings, Elmer and Ozora Shell adelphia. It wasrsuch .a shock to Sunday--is-pastoral'day and;special and Mrs. 'Eugene' McKinney of L

Sunday School ____.r______________,_ 9:45 A.M. were among the five new mem- her she shouted mid ;,screamed, all .I-'services, wiU be featured : Wauchula, and John McKinney ,. ,.,... ., "-,-...,,,. ;r. II'"

Morning Worship -________________.ll: O A.M.JYaining bers of,the Kiyi Club. The birth- over the place. AdeUcious'menuwas throughout. Tri-State Diocese I are spending a few 'days in'' the -
r day party for' members bOrn 'in served which included roast Bishop:'W;'B. ''BeIme 'oV Cinein I Smoky. Mountains of North Carolina. -

I Union __-= -_-.___________ 6:45 P.M. July and August will be cele- turkey hot and dressing and-, salad, cocktails -. atti win be with"us 'also. Bishop I. .: ''
brated 'in Starke ,on August 80 rolls beverages.Mrs .. Bennett!' is. well; known through' ]Ills rri i ,.Hines_was able to .. k st r y r ..
Evening Worship _________-____ 8:00 P.M. received beautiful .i>
at the home of'the Shells. Au- Royal many out the'sta'te''and'i the public is be,moved' last week to the"home
Prayer Services & Business Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M. I
gust 31. is the "Natal Day" of gifts including\ .a beautiful invited to.:come out and welcome of her son and daughter-in-law: 4o

Elmer so the welcome mat will pop-up toaster from\her husband, him ..here.Elder F,: Howard, Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray Hines. She .
be on the outside: The officersare Deacon Julius Royal, who could pastor; 'W....:'Strong- reporter. would be i glad 'to have visits :TiJl It .
Visitor Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial In- as follows: President Pel- not be present' because he 'had .r .

vitation To .Worship :In Starke's: Youngest Church men Arnold Vice ;;, to work. ,Mrs.- I*. M*' ,Royal, re- >
; ., .
sumed'duty the seventh J.
today -as .
Nursery for'all services Room for all Clifton Rhoad; Secy., EvelynNorton -
open ; Financial Sec'y, Retha grade teacher at RJE !school. :Can 1 You Use Extra Money?
ML Mor "
REV. JACK H. MABRY JR. Pastor Meritt; Treasurer, J. E. 'Harris: She Is.the lay-leader of' -
and .
iah Methodist Church is ex-
Bus. 'Mgr. 'M.'El' : ,Rhoad; parliamentarian THE BIG M
P. T. NOUN, Supt. Sunday School Thomas Merritt; ,"reporter pecting all members"'and friendson IN SEPTEMBER -' t

Migpnette Durante. Sunday io'attend the culmination .
If Other members, Lincoln ,Ray of the calendar, : rally ;on ;WE'WIJX{ : 'BUY ALL OF THE MATURE, '

Mary Porter, Jan.es King 'Edward Sunday at which time .the winner -,

Dixon Doris Harris, Ber- win receive an'" award.. 'When
nice were you bon? Which will I ibe
Campbell J. W. Hoskins SLASH PINE CONES '

Naomi ,Johnson .L Hicks,<:Alene the winning, 'tn nth. January, i or .
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December? -
HUNDREDSof Harris/ William Fields, J. B. ,
Williams. A called meeting was i On August "IS :Mr. and Mrs. YOU'CAN GATHER AND PAY YOU CASH MONEY '
J held' Willie feted"' I e1r": Ion T '
on Tuesday to complete Wright 1 FOR THEM .
details are'managed and economically plans for the birthday celebration Charles: Robert on''-his third :

attended that only a trained aid in Starke at: the home' of birthday. .$fgh eelr' playmateswere TRADE-fir: ,

careful organization can attend when Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Rhoad Jn present to 'help, aim"eele- .. -
the urgent need for 'serving Is at Hastings.' Each member ..? per' bt te.7Many game -"Wel"e' played ." -' -

,ha.n4. milled 'to Invite one guest.'!"T'all after, which lice cream,,and cake INQUIRE OF_ ONE OF' THE FOLLOWING ,PEOPLEFOR MOW UNTIL AUGUST 31 Mercury Sealer acrtw
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Come! and "Happy Birthday. were Served. All.children present
Teachers .Planning .reported a delightful> time. PLACES FOR DETAILS ., nation are celebrating the success of The Big M ,

r All the teachers of Bradford i Legal Adoptien the greatest sales event in our history. We' are .

DeWlTT C. JONES County 'have returned to spend On Friday in the 'court presided Carson, Griffis, Highland.Fla.Strickland's ]* pared to give jhonaanA*away every day m

r._. Phone 7 Stub, PIa.rueralDl two weeks getting ready for the 'over by Judge"Patten 'with aliowanoea. Your PKG& car will nevw be wotft i iriraefa iii
children tl -ret again! So ,ad mw. Come in,, drive .* '
'lrn on Tuesday Attorney Mack iFutch :as,:legs I
ettlr Store Lake
Ambulance service Sept. 3. There la'a big job'Tto'be representative. Willetta Betty "" ,"- ',; Kingsley, ,your own brand new'BigM, today. tft
OUr Iftoal tuMral horn toablM u .to" offer oonTanteaoM. 'tad done for' nearly 'one thousand I. Wysinger was 'teliily'- pt d ''b;, Starke Fla. ....... '
,aemCM rent a.thtnrtIt availabl. children in 'this county and we Professor Elmer Randolph Shell 1 .

all ''must help. You as parentscan of :Starke. She wilT.be.known 'as I McGriff Mercury MotorsPhone
IIJ J I I" II" I" "" begin "Lets -
'4 by Attending the his legal 'fceir/and"called from :Jim Ch teen '.- rownleeChasteen

W. rormiMk 'the highest type Mrrlee.: at Joweit prtoei, ass Talk It Over :Clinic on :rHealth now' on Annette Bafbafar Shoe ll .. ,," _f -
rJof 447Court & Jefferson :
aoeeyt AWT 'We tn.eurancep licy'In ''forceimed ty ANTi and__ Nutrition" ,"_ :Monday eenyay,' ptrnott ta: part' er .ii full oa a foiuartLOeanlUUoa : 26, at 1 'p. m., In the RJ>;'cafetorinn. \this term in-the'fifthgrade, I : f "
e8n1eI ao ,-.bUpUa. I Please make plans to'at-,Chinch i News" ... .1 't FloridaU

I tend this important session ,of 'New Bethel Baptist .Churchr -..-. .... .... .... -" .J .. '. r' U( t -
the'planning' :thatTyou can :)become :- : :---.1.:': ': ..-.L' :.:--:"' :' .1 .- -,.;. '. ', .
Rev. A. Vinson, ,'pastor; There ;' ..: '._ : -,
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:informed en the school .. .. -
I lunch program that is providedfor will be. special-service ia 'the Satereat {- ... ..::'::::',. .., t,1 I ,...; .-,.. .
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of the
; ;.xAHgust'Club-[
,. ) ,. :your' -children.:. The Educational Friday night-at 8 .p, m.The ser- ," :..... r carry' ,...or.< i ash.IlI. ..
"Tour and orientation 'of
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new, teachers; will begin'tomor mon will delivered 'by"'nev.;? S. -* .t.t' ':'f
,. H. Bright of Lawtey.'1Ie is the -
The .Opening' row'ornmg at S'a., m: Bus ,will pastor of churches lrr Rafbrd! yeu c.n afford '. no. ... '
leaveiRJB f .
.promptly. All teach- : i "YI -4 J
and Daytona"Beach. Rev
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ers'Tire asked ,to be on 't ne", no 't I
'is 'a dynamic ''speaker and (Is11 ;
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'OF THE stadents' ()r 'ehildr n fare'"-allowedjto members and friends are" askedto ..: : ._. .. CONVERT YOUR Y ACATlON'CASH TO TRAVELERS .
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'! ..Th ;:t rst reguTa,,?,,meet.ingo' 'attend ana'''SearhnhV.Giants '" ,' ..-. .. .
of the Bradford County < I. f CHECKS
of the Sehert indufledOttje'llb -, ,
: Teachers Association! win be"held w
GNANNP1UMBING COMPANY Friday"at'1 p.-W: with president, Renfroe, .Junior1 and Travelers checks from;the Florida are as spendable as cash'throughout

: C.. 'C\- Anderson In charge. .Wel Tommie Renfrerof Atlanta, (Sa.. r the 'w' Hd. 'The come in denominations 'oft
nephews of Bro. /Sister"Elmer1L
118*COURT STREET' come 'and/remarks;/ will be' givento : "'S) ell. Their i ''inother Mils, $10.00, J0100,'" 0.90or, $108-00, and..cost only; $ .oq per ,

e "all teachers by Supt-H..pV; Emma Renfroe'gunt'via also"_ vishlng ." $100.00. !If they are lost r1StoleD-'Yoa get :a qUlek'refund. .
*' Morgan 'on Friday1 morning Aug, '. Atlanta Stop in the bank and convert ,-YOUT:vacation cash tosafe '.
Installation and Service 30; at '.lO.-80.tL.m.'Blue'Crbss-sj' d trom. Ga They .. .. ::
f,, Blue Shield ;have will return'' YoWrrow, ;'so that 4 : travelers'checks.' '- *- r- '-', .. .. \* : -
,; ;..h" f1 beenapproved I \Y
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the ,boys Will 1te- abhr o; eater \.t' t
the ..
by Bradford County'.BoaTdf r.
f school. She reeenUY''via ted *her ':
0f All} PubHer .
\ ,,; Types Insrjr"sd see the representative other daughter-"Martha "Bakerof ,. ',,- -

and duringthe get a-famlly'plan: planniiigperiod ; Jacksonville: who:'is :.the.;oW> --J... '. $5-.

I 'PLUMBING AND HEATING dnc can be onS.''a Lfet's part .all.of the join.-the'payroll: :Brad de--, er there'of': Services the Vlctor'y'.will Fuel?:;'be' held;SerVice l an ::::' :-. '. :. ..: ''- ONE OF THE FLORIDA BANKS.SEBVING LrioRIDA: .' <\ ;, .

reM -County ,Teacher Credij.'Un : dar Sunday starting 'with. .Sun. : -" :.

t ,Dependable and 'Expert 'Service ion and Improve our 'economic! -,*,' day School *"&:30 a: i1: 'Sipt : .> ::: :L : '

Hankerson :
I '. efficiency. 'Dividends have bees i is ask&gill"'scholars: WIQRipA4Bouk: ,
6 I and parents to be'present and 'on '). ,"-:1: ;; :: ",r;
Economical 'the "" '
declared! and organization
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than Revival meeting: new ronlg .. { < J if!
514.J. 50per; cent --of our teachersare'aow"members .
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PHONE : .. if.- : #! t'k, '
'. .. Let'a'mw.1tlpo Cr1'at-New Hope%Baptist Church, ,. ..: : ,. '# .. "r f ....
iwr' cent 'ihla .term.. Rey, .- W.-MosIey! :'pastor. ". .. .-.. '-%, ..-' ,./- ,. ,' ....j"',-; ....t.. oS '. .,t-: 'ry

4 '., .." .. ..+ ... The"teachers, -of Union County Mr.. ; and :Mrs:-'ttpbert: 'Pa\ten ; ,.;. a uwestf1S1+t ....SI. euaNet. 4WOM -#I -<

11! t. .: lIed .,- 2896 J" !! Witfip>.al. .WiUlUf on Mqnd 't .Wfrrecelve tlin.whjAAPm! at.: ..;.., ., '..010 .-. __, '. ....._ ../ .. .....trJ/ .# ... .. ...:k. .'.'' .
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Clt c..t, Br..f.rd c..t, :the following _lands situate In Cressler; Merritt Duncan. Dule 'J' GrI4e.Kenneth C Harris on. Pearl 1 Lee. 'I'E oran, James E Rosen berg, Dell Spence 'Bainei A Taa.-'E. .Hey ..4Rowlnd.

lel.rNA. I .. r1. Bradford County. l'lorlda to-wit Cummings OiIie Mae Duncan. D&II GllL_ Joh.& final. Jack .e. L W. >oelO. Minnie Ola e. B Smlth.L. S ... ,Tld

CASE NO. 1-10 Commence at an set Cas sets, Aver .Dea JohnH... Jr.-- Gitn Lester 1 Hunt Henriete Long, ManIan, D. 1us)n D. H. Jr Rowland. Kiney (Mra. Smith A" anssri Earnest .

PRANK D. 'OTTINGF1 at Southerly the intersection boundary of of NW the ox J. C>rs Deu )r. B.tte Kay Humphries; Lester C. Lone. Eugene MileS, B. P. B. H.) & A. 4 .'Ann. Geneia T. ;,

Plaintiff. of SC of Sec. %t. Twp. 6 cox:J. C. Duke, Mrs. tell a Cay .7. hopki ns. Lewis Cbs Lbine. Mar 74 1 Morgan, B. L Robinson Alvin Smith. rs Eva ''.TayIaI:, W.. F.
Can A PaTi.Mrs; 'Muriel Hopki ns. Margaret V. LbIne, ? 3.Morgan, Jane Kathelene.; I.- W.
U. S. R. ZZ E., and the Easterly ton, J. D. Duke. Glenn P. Mate Freeman Jr 'hompson
PANNIE Gaham. Rosa Lee Liter Murphy. Seno, Wm Ada .,
rosby, ) I
oundary a distance of 3'.58of H. 1)unwoody H. S. Harell B Robert
OTIGER State Road 200 for .POINT Conner, G. K. bowling. W. B. Green Matte P.. H., Leggett. Katie Mae' .urph MrL Mar. n. W.' C. Soto, Mrs ] '&tor.' Helen ,
NOTICE TO DEFEND and Cas sells, Dixon. Mrs. Harde e.Ethel I.ee. Joe garet H.' Robblu, tryin Sink, Rudolph RaT
OF BEGINNING run thence Nancy A.
1 THE NAME OF THE STATE In a Northerly direction Chi sm, .-Randal MIl R. Dunwoody. Mrs L. S. Green: Mae Dees' Hagan John 74. Lttes Tobie 1'11.. D. 'A Rhode n, C1arenceF.Sink,. Myrtle, .Thomas,, Mrt. D. L
OF FLORiDA: said Easterly boundary aloni Chi sm, Katherine ,Denmark Ernestino Green Inman D Mary u. Lwson J" T. lums Poly U Rober t-Lola F. SInk Dr Thomas D. L
Green. Melba Sch. W ,
B. Mrs. Rosier, .
To Fannie Ottinger. North Silver Col son, Ressle Dankel. Mrs. Hamiton H J. T.Mulns R B. Jr C.r '
tance of 635 feet to an iron Mildred S )
Lane. Clara A. H. Gay, A. Halton mix C.L&inas. Gust ll'lns Laurie Rosie .. B. Jr. Stetanelli, Albert 'iaytet. Razrlett .
Sundeland thence In .
stake: run an Colon 1
You are hereby 1lasBachulets direction at Eat.erly Mrs. Cou1a Dankel. N. S. Gay, Mrs. Pauline' Gertrude Lee. Margaret Register, Mrs Free. Sh&rer, JennIe E Thom Norman
right angles
suit In equity for divorce has been aforesaid Carrat. James DIl. W. D. Hazel Matso H gh 1 Jr.Lewis. Thomas Martin. Samuel J. ma Jr Stallings, T. c; .' Bela; P.
to Easterly boundary '
filed against you by Frank D. a distance of 'i69.45 feet to an Cle ment. Hermal E. Devlin. Charles Grew, John B Husto.n Nellie 1 Leggett, Addle E 'Maee, Maude B. Rich lra Carlyle Stallings. Esther T. VnerhIl Marlle
Gree .
Ottinger In the above named Iron stake on the Westerly Co burn. Amy 1?. Devlin. Annie E Mrs' \ HamQ Joe Llttte. lola 11uJ. BenJaminI Ola Mae SUggs. NOTflfltrquhart.. lan'ln 3.
Court and (u1e. and you are sumb oundarY of the right ot way Cutcben, Robert E. Dinkins. Chas. Eele Grima Mildred Jalll Rose LnsJo'O. L ...11. Randolph, A. H. Suggs, Loila Ma Urqubart, Sue
moned ordered and required to Co ran. Mr8. Sarah 'Dinkins lln. 1 Clyde Robert 1frs. O. Mizell. Lucille A." Roberts Joseph Scott, Sylvia tDdehil! Paul
of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 'r 1
H. Harmon Lewis Smith, F. ,
rUe your written answer or de- Co ran. Cola Juanita Garrett I Harry Eler lJtchel. Susie Mae Dorothy I -Itelba Marie
road thence In
run a Southerly
hnses to the Complaint said : Co lson. William S. 11. 4y t Haton. 4ta Lewjs. Rouse, Joe Smith, Mr. Tnla Vlnlng, .Mrs. D.en .
d irection along said Westerly DuPree. Green: Herbert A. E. Mathews L Rhod Shaw, L
cause In the of the under- Co nway. Ruby Lppe R. Lonay Vin1ag74. .D..
ofce boundary, a distance of Mr. J. Green Hazel Fields Haze n. .Clara Fay H' Eldel Robe Shaw, Mrs. VampfY'
Clerk said Court at 3158f Coleman. H. A. Davis Edmond 1 Mrs" Mathews rts" Joseph Ia Gecrtge
alne eet to an Ion stake on Gadi. 'Rev' Samuel I.eonard Fred Murray, Robe rts. P. A Sasser, Jo A, 'Varnply, Rose I
Sta.ke, Florida on or before the s aid Southerly boundary of Covington, Dr.. A. y. DeSue, Lilly Mae ': Hall Annie T. .
8th of Co Tom W. LU Mack Moore. V. Roberts; Mrs. Dean'B. .
day September, A.D. 1951. vlngton. flukes Peatnice Sewell 'VI1Ist
Mary C. L
and to serve a copy thereof on N W4 of SE%: run thence In a Cu mmings. Charles Dean Elizabeth Emma Grady. Mrs.- 'Ada' F. Hamiton Ma Belle Lee Crts T )'a1. 1 Roberts, Julan P. Ben 'e- Phip.
Westerly direction said
floilla V. Knight. plaintiffs at- Ch ambers, (Douglas Groover. James E Haiton. James 'Lee, MOrri2. Hilda Robe rts. Swndel JCumle :Vleers i

torney. whose addrEss Is Starke 'Soutberly f feet boundary to point a distance of be- I Chambers, I B. B. _DOUlas., Cf(1 L Groover, June .J S Iwi. Mrs. Oile Il-oxley p. L, Bel. 1:05. lrs Florence SwindeJ. ele. E ,. Owen'Raven
906.8 ,1idred Gilbert N. Morley Vaughan.
Florida ,on or before sid date. Ch ristiansen. John Dukes, B. e G1dwire. Harris lent Albert 1lrs. Gwen Bulih Blnche
as required by the Laws 'of Flor- g Ch ristlansen. Edith Dukes, Mrs. Leona Gladys Y. Hankrson. Jewel Lee '. r Leone 1rahews. Lowell W. Ruff in. Walter Smih Berne S 'VelroP ulos
and to Raymond H. Rollins Mrs. Ladle J. T. Lowe. Reddish, .
Ida and Rules of Court you u Co le. Alice Gowin Julia Mae Josephine Pete Yalf lar 4
fall to do 80, a decree I con- administrator of the estate of Co le. J. E DavlsHarry, Myrtle X. .' Elsie Hank erson, General Le.'Eugene Pahnou. Morl.Joe Jr. Redd ish. Ruth Sweat, Riley 'ane. ), :'

tESSO wi be enterEd against you An drew M. Rollins. deceased: Cr awford L. r. Downey, Paul,B Gassett. M. D. Henderson, W. E. Le. C. lIable Robert Carl Sanders. Horaea ,- James '
for relief demanded In the GREETINGS: You are hereby noCr awford. Ai S "Graham, Louise Haris Elizabeth Ovid U.Mannthg. 'Mrs. ClYde 1edgrave. Carolyn H.Sauts, Jasper P. :W ,.,0.. W.
Complaint. til led that a suit In equity has C peland Bety. ,DeSue.Dtmp8ey.Eula T. Gasett Mrs. Ele Eugene'S. 7.ewis Mrs. Ovid G. Meyer, Howard W. Sasser, J.. A. White. Ethel
This shall be publ1s1ed been brought against you and each Carpenter, D. W. DeSue. James _. Harley, Vivian Leggett. Allen Meer. Marian W. Rule Cecil Sehoit. Mr. Go 74. WiUamS T:
I -
notr of and also Green, Willie Harl r. Al ,H. Locke. .1erz. ROiler, Savage, .
once a 1'eek for four consecutive you. against Frad ford Cunty arpenter. DeSue. E. B.- James .. Ellis 'Wal.I. C. ,
weeks In the Bradford County Co a political subdivision of Cl ark. I. B.Marjorie V'Dvis. Robert Gray. Joseph B. Hicks,' Samuel .Lewl. R. E. 'Meyg, Hazel Rgby! ,D. 1 Savage. Mrs.C W. E. t

Telegraph. the State of Florida PEn SUllow, lark. Mrs. I. E. 'Dell. Marion"Im& Gorman' Charlie Hankins sank ,. V. .: Brooker, T. RJgby, Mrs. 74.Simmons... Ester ;Wflflm,.' Nits Austl '
WITNESS my hand and the seal A J. Thoma.Jr., Lon fohenberg. CC rosby. A. I4' Dempsey Griftis. Marvin O. fn&am. Mrs Carrie A'Lee. Winnie H Marshall. Pauline Rick Jesse J. mth! MinnIe W. WiilIams,74ouls i

of Bald Court at Starke. J'lorlda., Sam Rosenberg. nOlenberg C rosby Lilly Dodd, W. Male. Guion Lola Hugh B. Jr. Lwis, Ruby NeWfDe Edna Iaulerson.Lero1 Smith. Bernie .Wlgrlns, Ode '
tbs the 5th day of and Douglas P. Hardy a defendants C onner Diii. Mrs. J. Bi) Graha'm', El Jr Ingram, Hugh'8 si.Llonard, Cain d.orthy C. H. Sloan, Joe. 'lUtams A. B.
in the above entitled Court C onner. L L. DilL. J Grifn Inglerlght, lame, Bill NaswOrthy Elizabeth Rpsh lng. Ines. Sloan. Carrie Gertru4een
Carrie P. :
(CIRCUIT CO URT SEAL and cause by Albert Hartmann as Crowon. Mrs. Dommon :; Mary G. Ingl eright. Mrs. C. V.Llne. Donnie Mae W. M.' Rhod Doris Schafer. Margie 74WUson.Dea;' :Weeks
CHAtLES A. curator of the person and property Jalde Ade- flees. Merreil Henry e.nirfis Bessie Mae Ingram, Elizabeth .Lovel. G. 74. NorrIs, ''Elen' Rauleraon Viverete 8imm0s, Milton Warren, Mr. N. Annis

said Circuit Court of Elizabeth Letsch. an IncoMpetent C rowson. Claude Otes. Christine. Gdwin. Eve P. Jenk ins. A. O. Lucille olman, H.; Sncalr! Clyde W. ,'arfn, T.
By Marian I Crosby, a plaintiff: that the relie r Carr C. Duncan. Audrey John, Carl Lennon, John 'No1man: Nellie 'I. Roberts, Curtis A. Slclalr.! Evelyn S. ;Warre "Albert M.

Deputy Clerk sough In said suit Is to remove Coley L. P.' 3r. Duncan L Wendel. Geiger' Sumpter E Johns, Calvin Lennon Mar W. H. I Rob erts. Carl S. Jr.Singleton." Lul" Ruchle
$4-4t-.30 from and quiet and con C hambers. Sara E.Dodd.. Eloise (Griffis: LOtS John s, Charley B. Noegel. Elzabeth'Johns 1fgsbr,' Eddie Saull", Mrs. :Warren .

tIm plaintiff's title to the above Coley, Mrs. Del Dukes Herbert 1' Grits, John L Thelma Bninsontaudon. Eloise T Norton. Jesie H. Rtch. Hazel S. Smith. S. J. WImberl W. U.
Ruby John Thelma Lowell. New .. W. Smitb. lrL Rhoda
lands as In fryden Redgrav Mrs. E. omb. G. S. -itch. K 'j
Indeeasiblefee Mr. Mildred Frank W. Jr. : Emma i Robi Smith, Howard 'H. ie
simple title Coleman. DrYden, Green Lillion Jones Luramore, Elite NfWomb. Libby nson. 3. W. 'Bele'Robert.
NOTICE OF TENT10Y the claims of you and each of you: Chity, Iva Lone C. Lree Griffin, Ronald Y. Charles H. Canton Stanley S. JObn c. :Sflh1tbiBeatrice M. ,Wiey Lte' .
TO IIEGIMTER FICrITIOU NAME and you are summoned. orders ii Chity, James 74.Edwards. Wm." Griffis Geraldine B. Jenkins, Chas. A Lance U. W. NoegelJewell A. Sheip Mrs.- Annie ., en
and required to tile Garner, Gary John Mrs. B. Lance. Winnie Newman. Rosi er. Margaret 74.SampsOn, Harold L Martha P.erts .
D. Albert .7. .
Notice fs hereby given that the your Dolly Epperson, W. J. E \ Wall
wrien .
Jr. Gray' arleen John S. H. Jr. Lawson, H.Newman. Rob Maybelle E.Sampson..' Lllag ,
bnderslgned. under the provisionsof answer or dEtenses to Clark. Kenneth D. Lpperaon. Charle Mrs., Albert .r : "llam. Mr.
Chapter % .953. Laws of plaint In said cause in the corne Chity, James H.Edwards.. J.Dorothy Y. Hemingway. _, F. G. Johns Allen M Laudon. Jr J: Ras mussen. Mrs. Bertha Shufford S. QlacYs .
Acts of 141:will register Florida of the undersigned Clerk of said Mrs. H.F.dwardL Judd Millard Luke, Richard -B. NeWBOml. O. T Reed, H. L $huford! June H. lr. Carrie

Clerk of the Circuit wih. and Court at Stark-c. Florida on or Chty J. Jame. English, R.LuIle A. hayes. E. W. Jenkins-Al ice !rs Winnie Luke Mrs. Lester ,.',Maud Ree d. G. 1. Sharpe, Mrs. Florence Wetdon'J,. 1 .

for Bradford County Florida be fore the 9lh day of Septemb r. Randal F.English. HOQver Etta Irene ormaR. Ovid Rich ards. Jame -
receipt of proof of publication of A.D. 1957, and to'stre a copy Chity, W. O. Edwards.Leona Merrill G. Hoover'DeUa Jenk ins. Sara F. Lappe. Mrs.. Mary P.Newsome, Perry Rab b-- H. E, SoissoTI, H. r 'WOlall'% 'Fred

this the name thereof on Hollis V. Knight plain C ollin. Mrs. Clydle Edwarda Mrs. Haynes: Hope Joh ns. Mrs Fronis Lappe Robert H.Newsome. Ada 1 Rab b. Nina K. Soisson, J "WIIJml: Mrs
note. ficttous Merrill Johns, Lola Scbawb, Edward J. Hal
Motfl which c'a ti lt's attorney, whose address I Is CoUPy, Martha F.Edwards.. Mrs. Hayes Ruby A Mr. Lamb. Victor S. Noegel, Gene W Reddish, '

are enraged In business at Lwtey, Starke. Florida, on or before sid Carlton. J. D. Edwards Elaine Carrie .'Hart. Edna t J.9hs. Mrs. Dorothy Lppe.H. .w. Noegel. Connie B. Red dish. Florence Schawb, VlfglnlaA 'aln.rlCh'. Jame fl
'Iorlda. date as required by the Laws of C anton. llrs i. D.Ennis.. Gary 'Hutto- Mrs I' S. Lppe. Maud Noegel, B. P. Roy al, Leona M. tewart. WinkJar, Mrs. .
Albert and Ruby Florida and the 1954 Florida Rules Crews, Iester T. Rdwards. Mrs. B. Italic llaude Johns, Mrs Mamie Levy Nnrman, Edith Royal Julius Jr. $mucker.ernon Warren lra s. N A.

Sapp Sappentl1. Fla of Clvii Procedure. If you fail I: Cruce, Leonard H.Ennis. Mrs. Neva E.' Hartmann, Albert Joh ns. Mrs. W. S. LYon. Thomas N.Newsom Jessie E. W. P. Smith.Lougenia 'iiam.. Aml
Lwtey Havana C. S.
( Sspp
do. a decree III C Ebenle 1. Hartmann. Elsie Lyon, Katherine V. A. mes. w. C. WHUUI. A
Elroy Cecil Kight, 10 pro confesso wi ruce Mrs. Coy J.Nichl. SaUe
Sapp Annie
Lawtey. Fla. be entered against you for the reUd Cohen. Cora RU8el. A Hall. Shellie Corley Leurch Leo F Nicholl' Bobbie Reddish, Drew F Ruth C T.
Dated this 2nd day of demanded in the complalnL Colsen W. T. Ellington, Mrs. Hemingway, 74. G. Jac kson. W. T. Luke, Walter P. Neel.Donald B. L ReddiSh, Ada Shell, Ozora R. Wad''Mr:C. T.
A.I). August It Selma Hemingway Annie Jac kson, Margaret O.Luke. Mrs. Walter Norman. Leroy Rho den, Minnie S. Shell. Elmer H. ; -Katie .,
1357. at Stark I hereby ordered that this Conway, Thelma Edwards J. 11. P. Jr.
'Jr Johnson ,
County order and shaH be pal D- Chassereau .7. A. Ellis, Ilagen. D ea. 1rs Deborah Lewis, Margaret Neel .irs. Peggy Anne Reddish, Shirley C.Strickland Clayton O. WillIams. Edwin .
Florida 24t 8/%!3 li shed once note for four cot)- Collins. 'ViUla' 0. J Edw llrs 1 aAe Houston Harry H. Johnson, W. Lane, 11He Mae Noun: P. T., Red dish. Dolph E Smith, Elton C. Wynl J. G. 1
s ecutive weeks In the Bradford Cal LeQl r.Edward' '11n.' Holland, Basic D. Joh nson. Mary E l.ane, H. NoUn Yrs. TommIe Ratif. Drew Naomi ,B. Wilams' Ethel J. '
County Telegraph a newspaper A. Edwards Tommie BlancheHazen Clfford'. Judd, Freda N. IeverM. Geol'ge Norma. A. RUIel Margaret E Smith, Felon T. pewey j.
F. Joyner. N. P. Rit chT. Smith
In Bradford Clark Jim harding, Eloise Noegel, G. Warn .John L
publshed County, Edwards.'Mr. VIolet HughesEmma Joyner, Ira Norman, Muriel Hit ch, Marian B. Scarbro. Peulab K. C.
and Coleman Jewel J Lpggett S. ) Wens
having Sally
a general ci
NOTICE OP INTFNTION Florida r- Andrews Jau den., Red dish SmitbiLOnnle
Sara Hope- Beulab Noegel, James 11. 0 0
In said County. Cooper, ft. Edwards.. J.Hollday .. Mary E.
I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Cbas. Gadys ; Jau don, Mrs. .. F. O.Smith, Alice : :
WITNESS my hand Clerk of Coiner, Lucian Eppa C McRae Robert U. North. Edwin B. Robinsn. Robert War'W. H. f
Notice Is hereby given that the a Ely 'or don, Easton Simmons,
said Circuit Crews, Harold Barrington. Marl Mdflae Gertie. P. North Margaret Rocers Robert N. Ester .
Court of A. .
Bradford cle'
tsnersigned. under the provisionsot Edwards : don, E Sanford,
C Edith C. Wasdin ,
Crs. el. E. Rogers
County. Florida, and the Seal of Wanda \lcCuley. Lnni. Not Mr8 P.
Chapter 0.953. Laws of I C Lee Htlds" Joh nson.MrLG.. H. .. Fannie Sanford. Nathan )
Florida D. S .
Acts of UU, wilt register wih said Court at Starke, Bradford: Conner, Doyle Edwards Gladys U. Hagan. John Joh nson. George ILHansen Mr. Na8worthy., Mrs.F. Rea mes, Ruby Strobe, Walter ,Wa41n) ,>1.R R
Clerk at the Circuit and County, Florida. on the 1st day of Conner. Johnnie B. Edwards Comer D L Joh ns. Charley J. Helen Rlsby, Alberta Strobo, Vera R
McKlnneyJAnn Williams. M
utchlngs, "Annie Nlchob :Myrtice Francis .
Clark,5 Connie Edgar
August. .
1957.CIRCUiT M.
Janet Mrs
for Bratord County, Florida. lfrs Johnson, A. Rowe Smith, C. '
upon llcKlnney J Williams
Balls Nichols, L ,
Edgar n Albert W.
( COURT SEAL) Norma Jean ewe L
ot Smith. eanete
receipt proof of publication of Jame Rot h.
Nichols WuIiamL
as-CHARLES A. DARBY Carter. George 74. Yra Hida Johnson.hllsE: Mcarthy. James H. Mrs. Irene 1 Wiard
this Edwards Carolyn nuson1
the fictitious name of Register Starling Guy- -
notu. E Noegels, Leonard EArnestIne Webb Mr
) Farm. under which Clerk of Circuit Court of Era a- Champion. Lorraine L 'Robert B. B Jac kson 11a H ADe4
a ih ford County. Champion. Don Edwards, Iloltzendorf Ethel ; Frank Mccrary, C.: Norman James Register, 74. B. Jr. tarlng. Neta Wens: Edna .
are engaged busineu lUg Florida' JUdy Johnson E .
on Mra Donnie Ro
Chancey 3. 'J. Eberle Pen lfcCrary. Evelyp Norman, June F. yalSophia WtlIlsms Hadle ,
Hollis V. Knight Holzendorf.
way % (Brooker Road), Stan M Jac kson. Albert
% e Annie Loyree Lilly McGee Walker K. Nazworth- Lucille Stump, F. F. Staford. Lottie
Attorney for Plaintiff Colon P. EawardsWayne WIUams
D Jon ,
es, George T. Nettles ) Eapp, W. U. Neil !
Martin Rodriguez, P. O. Box 1. 8- -- t--3, Cox,, Mrs.B. L M. Elroi Elrod Maxine Harry C. Jr. Hartm8n.Haen. Mrs.Eddy ClaraCovington. Johns Lois V. McGrif. ,Margaret Mrs. Nettles,. Rebecca Herman Sm ith. E H Strickland, John W.Jr..,' .ohn henry
Graham, F1a4 Interest. Li Strickland
Curtis Stump, Miriam
hal Dorothy Marvel .
Mr. Jason
Antonio O. Cox U, Cibarn. a- NOTICE TO APPEAR Carter Joe. John.1 Edmondson, Robert B.HOlngsworth.. Jac kson. Edward D. MeRae, Barney E Jr.Olsen. Rertie E Slco J. L Smith, Robert Warrn Dock
I. Circuit Court. Bradford Edmondson, '
half Interest. 1 Mary
I'la. 2nd day of Augn st. Florida. I. Chaicery. Covington. Ethel M. Epps, Mrs. Joan 8 A' Huen, M. F. Johns Jackson, Lucille C McMaln.Bert Plaen. Titus Sis lrs Pearl Scolglns., Clarence n WhileOlin W Jr
Dorothy 'Thelma
A.D., Case No. Cauffman. Richard B. :' PPs. Harold W.Hatngs.. James Mra Maurice Ovestreet B. S. 1 WI, .
at Stark Bradford Jones, Janette Sis Slemer Eloise .
U5 1.303 I Cauffman. Ellis H. 74. P. McDonald H. Annie trunk. C. H. : 5 1
JAMES Patricia .
County. E HHoul Ih Johnson, Ruth W. Siemer Otto F.. Jr. c.
Florida P Chitty. Mrs. 1'utch. C. A. Lewis D. McDonald Madge Owen, W. B. Sicox Celena Warn' D
8 4 8/2 Plintff SPIVEY. I Randall F_ Fernandez Eva Howard V. E. Joh nson. Abbie W. McRae. James E. w Owen Mrs. Clara Ms e Sicox. Delia Small Maggie Bell Mrl U. D,
Jones, Mrs Hettle McAliley. W. Owen Junius Y. ; : J., W.
Defendant. Carlisle, AUdrey H. Futch Verdle S. L 0 Jac kson. S Vlrgel Smih. Smith, M Jthe. Wlarl
NOTICE Clarence Fernandez Ialen, FrankIe Margaret ) Owen Nora F. Hannah ; I. C. 1
TO W. cAle1.
APPEAR Colson Isabelle .Ur. Jones, Fred G. ] Irs Sapp,., Mrs. Leona Smjth. MI." "
OF To: Geneva Mae Spivy. whose Mrs Yvonne Flynn. George g HM. Jones, Ruby Dolore S. B. Ste rn., W. .B Rache. Wal': Mirle 0
corRT d. Owenseorge' S8 PP".Ohn'
11 TE CICrlT residence and F. Flyn *'V 1 )ree D. A 1
Florence .r
: .E Joh i ,
FLORILIN lAs Crews Emma George B. Howard,. -Joe A.Chandler ns Robert S Russell S. Outaw. vern Stern, .Thetelsa chol C.JL "11. -.
Jr. '
Fly.n .
CHANCERY Jones, ltcRae Sm ith. P.Jr.. hir& 'Eala
You are hereby not Ifled H.. John Howard. 'Beulah Naoi Russell S. S. J. Sale Wllham,
P. I Turner
HART11ANN u Curator thatled Jac Lulu McMlllan. O'Steen, Sil cox, Henry V. .'
W. G. HearUe
ALERT suit for DIVORCE has been Chndler. Attemease Futch Mack S. Harris )errl nome"
Person and Property of ,, A. H. Jones Edward Lynn SPP.' Elma' Th.ozupklns-.LIzzie '
against you In the ,. Mrs. I.Henry
above named Cufee. Geoge ;MIllie Omond Thornton"W. W.lhlncon 'Rosn.11
Charles B.
ElIzabeth an Incompetent, Johns C. McKinney, Lacy
Luth Court and cause and Haisten. S. W. 'Mrs Howard .
are Bertha A
you required Fpler Mra Laura McKeivey E Se aring. Mrs. Eunice Thomas, N. N. Wlng&te '
VL'I to serve a copy of your Crews Ada Ruth Jewet C Hayes. W E Jo hnson. Phillip McRae. B. Ar..J.. A O'Hara. HfDr. Perkins' Thomas,. Mrs H.' Walnwrlihf MaurIce
I a. answer .C. Holton, I.0.. A I.oox .
SIMON. J. et al. or the pleading to the co nip1ant Clark, E. FO'1er Harvey Jo rdan".,Joseph. 'A ) cRae, .llra.:Ethel Elzabeth Sparks, 5,. Thom' RoberL WI..Evel E
on C. 'I
Plaintiff's ,
I I T. Frank P.O. Attorn Box ey, Clark E Farris. Vergle 1a. Holld. Eleaor Jot daii, Julia L McCall, .Selma Perryman'rE.. K Sil E Frincls! 'r. Tea Wise, Ch atel'L

Ole. .f Plllh..o. ..1 Nol lee Starke Lndrum.. file the 546. Cole, Ester Francis. Pauline P.Hough, Mrs. Alma Jordan, Milton McIntosh. Timan R. Powell, Chas. .3. Sil cox", J. B' ( weeis, .'
original Thomas la
DE.XD i In the office of the Clerk of- Cole Eva Francis Fred B. 'Jr.Ifazen... Elsie P. Jordan, (Father) McIntyre; Parks Ethel R. Sparks, lire: S. B. Tb&s. Ciadyi wnn.HC.} "
IN THE NAME STATE curlee. Harold F. Melnth_ .. ,W. Sil cox. Gladys ..1IrL.Dorotb.. 141)1.) .
the Hess rs
TiE I Circuit Court on or before the LearanUne Farber, Mrs. Beatrice nry OMrsp'A H Je nnings. Mr. St Relic WnD' 4
OF FLORIDA: 9th day of September 195' otherwise Crews' Juanita $. ..uto.\ Florence Mcntosh. AUce Pearce"- Bertha ningfellow- War-, Mrs.JW; R. :
; -
Simon J. Temple. Mariah Jobn8 Carl 74. McRa. Donald Clyde G. Stringfelow. Mrs.Thona! Cecil osepbtne
L the allegations of aid Cook Ruby Farber G. Lloyd Hobbs J: C. Priest' W1nts.
Thomas s F. Myers Clara Eli Complaint will be taken as confetsed Covlngton Lawrence Frees, Vie Gladys Jrs Shirley IeClnney A. E. Jr., .rs. Clyde Thoma Thomas Elizabeth Wilaml,' John, We.
Rolns. Edna C. Rolns. U ay. by you. Carter, Paul D Frees, 1lrs. Charlotte Hardy,.Charles -nne ldcRae Donald F. Paul Sale, Mrs. Dorothy Mr.Violet

mond Rolns. Wibur Rol.ln. This notice shall be publisi hed Carter. Mary B. Firth Robert B. HardY, Juanita Y.Colson. Jo Mr.. Eunice McC.rlff. Green, Jr Powel. ,lra Mildred Sal. Guy IL Thomas Thomas,, Ploy. M. w.Hw-iltii. ,Ine, .
and 11 ol- Johns B. 1lcGrlff. G. J. } Lee
Pearle :
once each week for tour conse Cutive M. ., Manilyne B.JoUlday. Arthur N. : Thomas Wlcoz
If alive. and If any of weeks l iz the BRADFORD Crawrord. Zachkery Foreman, liarton. 0. B. Mrs. Zelda P. MeGriff, Lee H. Powel. Ned SapPi 'Mr8 Lula Mae Hester L Merry A
the above named persons be COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Crawford: Dorothy Ann Foreman, Dolln Haisten' Gertrude Jones, Lula Wilson MeVay' L. C., Sr. Pffki S: 74., 'Jr. Se ymour. Elizabeth Torode, W. B.-Jr. Williams, E .

dead then to his unlqlpwn hells Dated this 5th day of Augi List. Cole Edward F. Fields Mrs Carol Hardy" J., E. Jo hns. Millard 14. MCondichie. H. H. .. Myra D. Se ymour. J. D. Thomas Thomas; Res/le (R P.) Wilm8) Iola
devisees. legatees. grantees 1957. Cole Myrtle Y. Fancher:, rs P. D. Hardy Jo' Ella Johnl Clyde Gassett Mcjntrye. Wile Mae :owel1.Wm. C. St illey. Mrs. 'Letie Tucker,, Nele William H.

tors or other .penons claiming any (SEAL) Chandler, Ancil Fancher, Mrs P. D. Hudson M. F.Sr. Eugene UcKnight, : (BillIe)" St ump. Lillian Tucker H.' E" Walker, Mra., JOhn H.. .
Interest In the hereinafter desci rib- Costello, Bill E. Jo nes. Gertrude McKnight Mrs. E. Sl icox, Vernon Mr. E Webb; Mrs. '
A. DARBY, F. F. M F. Powel"Mar .Yedaa
ed property by, t'loughr under or CIARLS the Circuit CourL Costello. Jane Y. FJum Flume Hurdla HudsonMrs. JaJa ckson. Eddie T. McVay, Irene V. 1 Pelum ltrrlet Smith, :rs'E Thomas, N. H; L '
D. tltaqs
against each such detaled. and to E Marian L. Crosb ',, Crosby. Floyd n. }'azon. Mrs. Bessie L Howe C. ,R I ckson. W N. MeVay. L. C. Jr. l'e1um. Mrs. F. -3. Se Se w.!!. Thomas Thbmas.. A.Ovid J.' ,:' Jr .', CastLe tweli
Tyler J
all having or claiming Jones Eula_Mae D. Ethel 0. i
persons any Deputy, Crosby Teresa B; Herbert Howe C. ., Jr. lfcRe. Patel.
right, title or interest In to 8.9-U.S.30 Clerk Crum Frnkln. G. Howe. Marion N. nes. Myrtle ( Joseph n.' & .; Comer P. Sc hmitt. Charles M Thomas, Eva'a WIIIM1iZI. $iiih 'C

fr Canova. Paul B. Faulkner J'elos. Hail. Jimmie Lee Jenkins, Georgia Mae Blain, Raymond FL Parker. Charles C. Sc hmitt.Mrs.. Virginia ,Thomas. Whflt.: Hrl1 Lode

-- Canovi, Mrs. Paul Mr... 74. Irene Ifutebeson. Jacklu. Eoie :MeLeod. Brady' E. Pres&ley, Annie Ma .W. Thornas, Mallory C.oDr. Ge le C ,0'Smih

LIST OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL Crosby,' James V. E Palrcoth.'al.Cloth Ethel Hernwafl, Elor. Jo hns,,' Cha. McLeod Annie, Maude Phillips, Ernest ,. Foster Mrs. sh Thomas Thomas,. Sadie Virginia'. E WilSon.. ) Janle'A,
Nathan C. Mary
Crosby Helen B. Hernwail, Pearl E Mcormick. ;
I ELECTION OF CITY OF STARKE Cowen C. P. Flnzer!, Penedict S. ''Jr.Hazen,' V. V. E John Lillie Paten. 1ar7.. Anne 'homa. Walter WUUams. Ai C
TiE Jo hns
Cowen. Eloise Wilford Smith McDougald, .Alice Perkins, John Smih JuliaTyson ) D. Wynn.-N.ttle
FLORIDf Finzer Cleone J.
HELD ON THE 10th DAY OF Covinglon. A Virginia'K' Hall Haen.. Edward A. Johns, Sidney Temple McGee.' Marie Patay; Ernie D. Patsy Roberts TeniT. Louise W.WinkIf., SUe .
., 1957: Carter, Lossie JoJo hns, Mrs. Edna McCrayFred James A. StarUnr, K.) Tompkins, rlula Williams. M'lba
Gorge, Mrs. Ida Hall Marguerie Y hns. Elmer Peteron impson Thornton Elbert Earl Walker John E
Chasteen. Madge I 1fcray Elizabeth C. W. Mrs. Rebecca 74.
Harry Burns ressle B Harrel. JnklDs, Mae Pcket. Spence Thomas, H. .. Walker.
.nthony Bennett. Anne Mae Crobbx, Vernon McRa. Marian Mrs C. W. John Mrs. John
Irl. larry Barefoot. P. 1r. 1rown Lena Crosby, R Finley, Cuss W. Harrel. )11. J. ) Frances MeRac. Picket. William W. SS mith. Eolne Thomas, A. J. Jr. WlIliamson: oin.mith L
Andrew; Guy Oerta Futch Mrs. Mack Hendelon E.orbett. .- J ones. -A11e Nla w Thomas Susie
'n.reoot Reacy Badinan Emma C J. E B.McRae. Prfeft lIrs. Nona B.. Warren hia.Florenc.
Akridge Broward E nurley, George W. Bagwell, Donald F. C orbett. J.Mr. R Futch Lonnie U. E E Jenkins. Alma McKlnney W. B. PreviLt.[ T. S t. John Alice Thom. B. T. W.ek. Dsvid H.tefanelli .
Akridge Iary J. W. A. Jr. R J'ut'h. Beatrice c. Ilaisten J enkins. E S ner, Robert V. Williams Luciustefaneili
: BesIEnt. Brown. 11. F. Conner, .Crephonso McKay; John .farg Henry
Avery, Janlf II. Ihani. M.r..W. L ", Dewey 'V. Holmes. Lennard Johns; Kenneth C. Mcdrary. Van 'P.. Pevtt Mr. aet S Mrs., Thigpen %v. Jr Warren. Joseph D.
Andrews Elizabeth VeMlent, Mrs. Blanklnshis. Lwrence onner. D4a' J. Fowler; Jessie Mae Holnn, Mrs_ J. G. Ann Manning Phitl4ps lha.,. flssa'Jones. Starln& Volley lenry Thoma.. Dan Warren. Betty .
C Milton D. E
arter "
AlvareE r. 'JJ. Poster Albert tCblngs. R. R K night. C. A. .Dela.. Juania Mary I Tyus, U. n. None
R Blankinship :Mrs. F ranC Bessie I. Poster, 11ddleto E Pearson; Starlng. K Wald
Willie Hutchings. '
Thelm Mae -
P. Tyue
1lrsr. Mary is Mrs. N. J. R.
Relleot. .
B. U.
Pnevatt 'J T.
( C lement. Barbara _' Knight : L OBcir
her Mae L Nola '
Austin. Ii. Barney. 1rs. Gladys ''n. J'aa E.M. Clara Stone. Thomas Della ,
L G. Jack Mitchell, Prevatt. .Mrs. J. T. ll Tky
Clement. Ma fr. W.tt.
'Anders. 1urney, 1lrs. G. W. RolnSfr. Mary G. D avis. A. J. Fsncber Elz' Hicks,; 8 R Keane, Nelma MathewS !Mrs LucU. Pickering Starlnc. Joe Thomas. Iernlce K.
Ftflch HI'ks. I 8
.rnold. Maryon n. Bat It. 11ahfl Thirton W. C. D avis. L. M. 1. Kidd, R. G. n. IJadgePickering Psi itt K. Thomas. Jare" W. Whitehead, hJeybelie
an, Ann M. t'arksdale C. q. Blume. Carrie B. Lee Flyaw, B. Jolmes arvin n Kldd Eunice E Mundy, Mr.. Peck Iva" !.r. S tone. It. Thomas, C. Williams.' John, Jr.
A\kerman. Fred Harkadale Mrs VIrgie Betty Ann erryman Fiyaw, Alice en F. Mrs. MatthewiE. Lla. Pearson Lillian C. truth, Klnle ThorJe, D. L Wilhians.- ,
Brown t) Clrnc
Alvarez, Jame 1 Bryan. Mrs. Juli ( Lillie Mae Demorest.Charle R. F. Green R A. hall. Thelma Etta neUe D. Mitchell. Lucille Perkins, Clara S truth. Kate 8 Thigpen, Mrl. Mildred WIt r A.
'Alvares. Arthur 1. Brown. ( Taker. Frank n. Griffin. E. hail- Jack W. K eene. Mrs. Leona Minnie S truth. Thomas. Eddie Mr.. E.St. .
Aibright. Sni REaver, Jerry Minnie Darby, Annie' Grefn. Lloyd J. Hudson. Alfred H. Mathews. .Mrs 11 alt Patl1.1r. Merrl, Thomas. Mallory A
4. Belltnt. D avis. Kllngsworth Mrs S Jr Wliams.- Viol
Anderson. Lyle Buford R C. Bethea Robert J. Ludlet Greens Floyd Hudson. 1lrs. Corlne: Kae Morgan, Mrs., Maui. .Lu James W. S t..'John. Mildred Thomas Lora Wal .
Albrl ht. Alberta 1"ford. Irma Bethea. Llbushe Davis. Ine. Green Mrs. Inca S Hod, Lillie Mae Kopelousos George trlau trickland Rose I Tomlnson, Joe P. \Val Hazel Y.
Avery. Iuise Ida Mae Brown. Willie D emorest. Verna 1. Green.- Inez A. hall. Sharon T. Jr. L. Mrs. Miude PhlJlps. Hue 8immons. Mrs. Ruth Tomlnsonr Joe P. Wiims, Magnolia

Anderson. John D. Br1dge. rs Lle! Byrd. Robert S. D cii. Damon Goodman J. 74. llardenbrook. blab Kie, Louise H. Manire Frd* Revs P&rrilb. A. L Smih, W. S. Jack L Wilams, Mack L
Alvarez, Dorothy 1 Beaver. Susie Dyrd. F. Duncan K. G. Glasgow, Harold lloltzendorf. R C. .Jr. ; WarrenMartinez.. Joe Parham. 74. Trawlck. Jane
Denmark, Kely Smih S A WiUar.>rl lul L
Armstrong. hubert I. Brownlee. J. W. MarJorle Emi) Graham, W. IL, Jr. Hardenbrook, :rt Regina Nellie Betty A. abel Twining. howe W.e
Andrews, n. W. Brownlee. June PakerEroxton. Louise Duncan, K G. Grlts. J. W. 1L- Kely H. N. Martnt. Ara l'hll Daisy Sullivan. Dorothy I Tomlnson, Roy Wail"rl&h.Earl U.iliepherd .
Andrews Laura Johnnie W. Darby. John Mrs. J. Harris. J. G. )olt. 111. I J'.rrPan. 1 '
ra Itarden. Bfnton. P. L. W K ersey. Libron S. I. P. Tomlnson, lire. Annie WalDWrlcbt, Mrs.
Altman. Kathrln Barden. Ora Mae Brown. Ruby Darby lrL Jean Gainey Irma harris. Virginia 1 KaufmanJohn WarrenMiles. Parl.r LewliKaufman. Elizabeth J & t

Andrews J. W. Jr. Brown U. C. Brown. J. E Dinkins Mr. I r. Griffis. Mrs Esther Hall Dora Mae Mrs. Alice Miles. Mrs. B. F. Parrih.I'arrllh. Ruby Shaler Shaler, Hobble 74. Thomas lr.Lroy. J. Jr. Wynn 1 I... ,
Alvaru, A. L. Brown. :rs. Florence G. Griffis, Martha Hochberger, Adolph Wheeler- Moore MrL Florence .: Cynthia 74.Timinons. wUU ft.
Anderson. A. W. A. nfasedale.. S L.. F. Gaines, I M: Hunter, Mrs. Sarah A.Dinkins Kersey. Oswood anning Delia Pal Walter Lewis Timmons Lena Ha ,B.

Alderman, Dora Pishop. IL A Jr. Beedlng C H. Dennis. J. H. Green, Mrs Lucille H.Ilankerson, Saul Knight, bIlls V. Manln Clyde 8 Plero.. t._ F. Smith, Earl B. Torode, John A. Wian, O. '

AdkIns, Ll. Barton, J. Beeding. Lola Desue, Obey Graham F. Horton. Cal an. Joseph R. B. Powell, G.Kllngsworth Smith, Dennis II. Torode, Mrs. Sarah Winfl, J. hi.
Anderson, Barton 1 A Dleasedale, Agnes Desue James Henry 74. Hhldebran. J. B. Jerl Mrs. Manning, Thelma Powell.' Mrl L I F. Simpson, Laura B. 't5b0t Zenas William;. Lenin.
Alvarel. Annie Bennett Luis.. Barton. Olden W. Durden. MrL Gussle Gardiner MrL Minnie HildebrznMaxine Moseley. Mrs. Powell John lay Sullivan, Lonnie B Tetetone, Mildred B. Waters. I. I.Studstiil .
Anderson, J. I ihoP. I. A. J r'Rkfr. C. D. Dowlnc, B. J. Cntftls, Henry Harper. 74. B. Kelly, Gus Mathews John Lura. Phillips. John 1.. W. 3. Thomas, Agnes J. WilUasts,. Melba B.Studetill

Andrewl, Mra Edith Uuln ton J. R Bulngton. Mrs. .7'. Cleone J Grider, Rufus H. Harper. Mrs. Doroty Kerr, E. Merseresu. Thomas PatryJamei W. Jr. Mrs. W. I Thomas, Victoria Wolfb..140u110
Alvre. Hattie n Darby Mrs. ChaL Henry T. Marie r Thomas, Les1l Woo4s, Alfred hi.Sheppard. .
P 1 Godwin Kelly. Charles J. Math.ws, Clara U. Payne, Marion A. Smith, Mrs. SM N.
Andrews Nele E. Ji'. Z Denmark;' S. G. Essie Tilley, W. B. Woods, Mildred I
Biegs L. Iss. Willie Gooman. lrs Eloule Hadln'rook \ Knight Chs E Moot' Gladys V4.U Payne, Lucille Mrs. Kate
Alvae Broadway, Ruth Dowlng, Hoebberger Tilley, Mrs. Marie Woods, ThoraSR.
Bia. Charles W. Wtiam E Amela Kite Morris, J. 11. Prevatt. Edna S. Spence, Mrs. Bert
Anderon "lc. Broadway, C. Glasgow. Helen U. Spence Thomas, Irene Woods. EnlaSpenee.
H Bias Rulah E Kirkland, Nettle Morris, Mrs ADDie Pet.ron. Ilamle Bert
1lggs, E K Dahmer, Bernadine Geiger, Herman Runt dwar" Ruth lra .Mae Perkins,'Rnbie'Ma C Myrtle Thomas, Leroy WIilimsJBms: F. '4Scarbro.
,Andrews Mrs.Wesley} L' Bir. MrL W. I Alberta Dainpier Rhoda Z Crlfls E L Jr. Hicks Mrs. V. S Kronenburger Wm Mot Mrs. Lula Perkins,. ,Warren I H. K. Thomas, Marie, WilliSifla. Canleen B 4'
AndrewS, Ada Fagwefl. Kenneth L Bloodworth. James I.'. Dixon, Mra Kate Gi. Holland. Joe .' Kra A. W. Phillips Phyllis S E'Kronenburger. Stern, Louise Taylor; Francis U. Juli& hI. :..sSmith.
Alexnder,' Mra Bawfll Cite Bioodworth. I Dennis, Mrs Myrtici Gresham Mattie U. Hatch Ruth Wilma Marin, Gol4a A. Powers,.Wahlncton .7. W. Ta'lor, Bernice U. Whit Unsl. Maly U.

Alexander, Wilma Pearl Bass. May lrL ty K Morgan .H Haines Ruth S Knl.ht, Pauline J. Mundorf. Lucille L Powert. Dolore Smith, Mrs. W. 8. Taylor, Albert C. WoOd, CISrice
.Aspinwall. Mrs Batten. e. E. Blackwell Grace Dowlng. Ernet J. J.Geiger. O. C. Junior Kaufmann. George E H. F. Simmons, Mrs. Janice 'F0t.Janet A. WOodS. Joseph 0
margaret Bryan Wesley D. Midre' G. Green, Robert G. HaU. I 74. Kaufmann Elms Muon, Jean D. Ruby Simmons, E B. Thomas, W. D. Wilson. labamSt.
Alvarez. Mrs Corln Batten. Margaret P. Fell. John P.E Doyle, D. Green. Gladys Hudl Petty Sam G. C Mellon, Mrs. Reba Pace..Mrs Parm.nte L. Johns, Richard B. Thomas, Mrs. Elizabeth WUso', Evelyn
Albert, Julia rrksdale, Robert Balden Rosa .W Denton Mrs.Willie Godwin, John Y Bait, Hazel Kenl., D. Mora Harmon P B. Slade. T. H. Thomas. Herbert Wlflklbi',050rge A.U .
Arphrael, Mrs Barbara cH Addle Mae Goolsby, P. F. flaa. W. S. I Key Norma, organ; AnnheLauriS P.rklfL' Benjamin O.Keli Slade. Mrs. T. IL Thomas, M.rs. Peg Waidron. Ilelton
Ournla Brown, W. W. Bines Emma Dampier H. C. Goolsby, MrL P. P. Hats. Mrs Inca L' Willie Ed :& B. Small, C1evelsd U. Ws14roe, Gloria 0.
Arnold Joseph 1 Brown Sherlda- F. Pred Dobbs Alton Geer. Hemmer Hess, Betr KirkLand. Ernest Mitchell Kathleen Priet.Perkins 1. DaD Simmons, James P Thomas, Mrs. Hazel 74 Wreu, Joseph N.

Adams, H. I. Norma J.telI. Ethel Canova, Levy Nlta Geiger Wallace A Hampton, ElvaDriggers KIrkland wme Mae Moody. Luther Priest, Mary Dod Simmons, Stephen Thomas. W. 0. WeL4ro William' A.Smith. .
Adams Elizabeth Bryant Mable Canova, Mona A C. A. Gatlin. Russell Hankerson C KUe Perry Math as. .. S. Peek, ,) 1 Aestin C. Thornton, JLns. Thelma WitsoS,' JtflOSScott. '
Ander. j3ker, L Z. Clemons. A Dyal Mrs.' Vida0r1tfI' Vaso & JohnIttlton, Solomos .Pa .. Botcher Itoy B, Watson, Aze1
Allen. Ira Baker. Edna Mae Fronls Dodd. W. J. Jr. Grifis Mandy Howell R R Kelly, J.. Mundorff .. Payne, Geraldine Sullivan, hirL U. B. Thornto Elmer Wburn, Nolan 74

Alvarez, L.A. Lee Barton Mrs H. A Cummings Walter Dodd. Mr.W. J. 1r.Grlffl.Thelma Y Howell Howell Elsie Kelly. I Mayo Koorer. Jacuelne E Pow'll. John W. ) Silcox. George C. Thornton, htarlIlie Woodbarn. 'Mildred hi.

Alvare. unes Alt (oltman. Dais O. W. Griffs Earl \ Walter Kelly, Bulah alone, J Mrs. Vlrlllla Starling, Iris Turnier, Harry F. W1IUW1. Ray
Sore) Sarah <. Chalker MrL C. I V. Drlgcers Amelia C Green John Hurst, 'Carl 1 King Walter K Malone Crts Powell'Pet Schaefer, Chas. I, Taylor. Bessie Riley WIillamaJoyce
Addison. 2sbop, Lillian J Coleman Mf. Mural Mr MasU. King'Gom MItchell. .Mildred, Sanders, 0. B. Taylor- Aaron Kirk 'C. H..
Mar Hurt L
Rebecca E Paul
Alien, J. W. 111 Brown George Cnnon. V. G.lts Clara C. Jack Donald F. MannIng. Marion 'Irene Sanders, 0. H. Tomlinson, 0. P. Wi1U15. Mary Ruth
Andrews Bennett. Samuel Coley, Margery Davis. LUID Elubetb H Ilaxen Clara E. Kokomoor.' Katharine Eldr.d L Parrish.James Pr Smith, Ida Mae Todd, Virgie WUhI55. Lenuel S.' '
Arthur Mo1
Avrea, I. J. B07BlankenShiP. Mrs Mar. ColonC W. 1 Dobbs Grider, J HoUe1o Aaron Ij. Catherine .. Peterson, Mal BICopelouso lien Spivey, Chat-icy Thigpen, John 74. Jr.' 4Sapp

Anderon u gatt Mrs Ada. Eow-I Dbbs Mra'Q. 1. Grifs, Gerald HanJeron H *, Jon JtoQre, T. : PoU J. George Tiliman, C. IL WtlUamIBtnche
Anderon.Per. Brinkley Roy C ers J.' B. B. W. V. Kessler, Moore"Jars Martha n Mra. Emma Stanfteld' Johuale TilIfltfl, Agate Mae WriJht. Os t
Mar A Pollrd. E
Leon Bowden B. .. Douglas, H. C. Geiger. Otis C Wi&h
Shirley N. Canlile. Ruth Henderson. Liedie Keuler. Rlc 1 Unread ,. T. Nora T. Sanders, Marie ThomaS, W2sley LizzieSapp
Andrews Bowden. Mrs. Janet e Mrs fles tie Dnovan. Lillian Geiger, Evelyn Florence K UT. Mortans. Francis 3. Iluigley J. T. I. 8. P TOdd. Laurence Woo4 Chester 'B.S.app. .

.lvares. B.Barbara F. E Brown Lucille E Colon, W. M. Dlue, Clrence Goodman, Seeber D. Hankerson. p., 10nie. Mike )aire,' E 74. Quigtey.- KrL. Mi ante Vice Thornton. W. gills W o4.. Mrs. Chester B,
Brown Fate W. H. R Goodman. Mrra. Elolise Hardy, Doris n Either w. Seweil, Cecil 74. Thornton. Natalie U, WbIt.t Maurice .1.
V. Kk.
AUen Lillian Viol Cook Howard Dansby .Frances Godden. Joseph Hedge, W. D.C Kludea Knowle. Jre. H. Shepherd, Charles C. ThlXPefl. Wallace Wblt% MCCOy 3.Shepherd. .
W. '
Abel!. James D. irry, J cosby. Marian Dowlng, Marjrie 1 Goedman..Mable KnowI s.. Horace Mathews, Mrs. Leon QUlek.C JP Ruby 0. Tho'fltofl. 0. B Wqer, 'raaces B. '
Abel), L HoCe Mr Albrta A Qick c. H
Luil. arry. Andrew eook. W. DeJ. GIIL' W. T. Klein. Charles F. Mathews, Carl Stubbe. Nelson ThorntonGeorgia Lie WM.11 MU. H. I.Seley1 .

,Rail V.C Benvett. Ovid D. Crosby. A. D. Dw1nl Doth, Grider, MrL n I Hinson, 74. C. Jr. Kuhn.A.. ILMathews., BrUte ''Rtch.' -JL. C I William 0, Todd. .1. W. TOUflX. PiodOra H.Seley1 .

Alare. Ruby L. Bennett. Geraldine s Cameron Barbara An- Grfis Wibur X Hinson, Lucia F. 'liL ( 1 Marco, seymourfl. Riteit,, Herbert C.likland ; Lois '. Todd. Leaty f nceyE.j A.Swift. .
>r. Byrd. Ernest Dyal H 0 Green ... MitcheU,- Ruthle Mae RUth, lubelle Robert Torode. Lula U. knee)'.' Mr.-. A.
Albrecht; Anna Bridces Virgil O. Albert Jr. 8 Green Katie Hlendah1'I A 11'Ana Koore. Nelson Regl4ter. : Sr. Swift, lfersay A. Turner, Mary Ella Lee 'Tawa,)Therol A.Struth
Andar fl. Nina Clifford. L dces Elisabeth C. Crosby, Violet L. DeVoe, ., S. ,'Jobnale O. Hlendahl.1r. L Long. T. ore; MrL Dr!_ Preeman_ Lonefla T. Taylor, I. R. ; laLLllz; Rae

AndreWs. B. Bown. MIl Margaret Conner Herman L DevnickDenver R Grant, Estel HUCKn. F enlce Long, Myrwia Register, AUc Simpson, GOD. B. Taylor, Faulile F. YD.nL Jesse -Love
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