<%BANNER%> ; Chapter 20i53Lawa; of Florida,'Mia '. y ,\ I r :.' .
,f 4>41, win e i8Ur'wtth .the ,Clerk of h' iami Exchkiige of .W. .
: Club/Knights Pythias ;
,f the Circuit Court, In and JonBr ,e .
; ford Gouftty;:Florida, upon rectiyt .r ,. ,
>roof of publication of this n*1ee, 'f i .

; the tnder fictitious which tl name Mm agaged at Gran to.Oaks Jmsl-, 0. W. irfe js'ai lso-a._ 0tr. .t...ctor- df E tbeFlond Trucking ,As- ',' -

less.hue: ailcs .e ath of 'iStU1Ie,
: Pla. m C.'C. Highway :01. .. 1. "' t t "
Harold H.. Hoeitfeke, *t.'2. Box loc a n and serves on the .Safety;Committee of ihelOr-: ; : 'i, ::1' :
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u.t.ed.thlsuet.y,. dtuaat. 'if- .. f .
D, 1958 at Starke, oBNdfotC Oaaaty. : :.. ,,-
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NOTICE ;. -- --, .
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pt1ce ,fa hereby given: that tie fol- ; .
I&wjJiJ} CTtrfcs> 'for .Inspectors; havebeen
appob>Ated the First Primary'Election 1 .
.to'>e,held'Tuesday?September -_
9th, A,.D. -1958- in the Tarlonsreclnu .'
i :. of:Bradford jConmty, ,' florida -,'

::-fBEflSCT' JfO, 1-I,.AWTET AlOTE: iii B JS AIjBOJID FOR TIlE FIJIUIIE

Clerk. Arthur ,c. Pearce; Jnspect-- .. .
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I PACE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: SlAKKfi, FLORIDA THURSDAY. SEPT. 4, 135
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy' Field after two weeks vacation. Maxville I NOTICE TO DEFEND I the Bradford County ,Telegraph. Clerk of the Circuit Court of publication of this notice,, ,ttt
James O'Brian attended the I, Teachers PrePlanQ47J' I. Clrryit Court. Bradford COII.17, I Dated this 6 day of August 1958. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.I fictitous name of Gem Jewelry bu1-under
which we are engaged in
tlerld I. Cha.nr (SEAL) 811 4.4-94!
GRIFFIS LOOP birthday party cf Randal Chism. .Case Ho. 12-600: CHARLES A. DARBY, nets at 109 East Call St., Starke..
Jesse NQrrIs Plaintiff, vs. Persephone Clerk of the Circuit Court I Florida. ,
He was six years old. Norris, Defendant. i By Marian I... Crosby, Deputy Clerk TO REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME Mr. ,and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn. n*' _
Our children of Boatdrain have NOTICE TO APPEAR, Starke. .F.to"s
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By Verble Anderson Iil1| Xotke is given that the undersigned North Church, St. -
v been promised a party and picnicfor 'To:, Persephone Ncrris. whose resident .- under the provisions of Chapter: sole owners. A.
August
Is UNKNOWN.You of
and address : : Dated this 14th day
:NOTICE TO DEFEND 20.953 Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA444LMr.
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100 in ,
per cent attendance are hereby notified that a suit I. Circuit Court Bradford County will register with the Clerk of the D. 1958, at Starke, Bradford County
and Sunday School. Get busy kids andlet's for uivurie, case, custody: and con- Florida: In Chvncrry.Case Circuit Court. in and for Bradford Florida. 4
Mrs Harold Griffis
trol of child has been filed a-
minor
814-4t-| 1
No. 13-603 County, Florida, upon receipt of proof
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work a little harder. named
in the the above
and children Palatka were gainst you Homer R. Ellis Jr. Plaintiff vs.
guests of Mr Griffis' father and Mrs. Albert attended the Ccurt and cause and you are requiredto Sara. E. Ellis, Defendant
serve a copy of your answer or I!
funeral of her uncle, Jessie, Mor-I pleading to the, complaint on the NOTICE TO APPEARTo
mother Mr. and Mrs Arnold Griffis I : Sara E. Ellis, whose residenceand
during revival meeting.Mr. nIl at Elbro last Thursday. : Clark Plaintiffs Building Attorney, Lloyd Jacksonville Bass, 312 2, address is: 417 McDonald Drive, Floridians who look to the
Wilmington. North Carolina.
and Mrs: Harold Black and Charles and Roney Henson of 1 r Florida. and file the original in the You are hereby notified that a suit
daughter have returned home to Hampton visited their grand- I5i A' r I office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton for divorce has been filed against
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Lakeland.'after vacationing'in the mother, 'Mrs. Myrtle Priest this v5tr1' 1958 or: before otherwise the 15 the day allegations of September of, cause you in and the you above are named required Court to servea and future are .

fimokey mountains and visiting week : Sc,4 : said Complaint will be taken as con- copy of your answer or pleading to ...
Mrs. Mary Brown is visiting her i fessed by you. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney "
Mrs. Black's parents Mr. and Mrs.I q't : ft This notice shall be published once Lloyd Bass. 312 Clark Building, S .,',.,,.": ,, ;,',..:..'\'" .*
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. t each week for fcur consecutive weeksin "' .5 '!
Ralph Gainey. .' t Jacksonville 2, Florida, and file the >
I and Mrs. Davison of Jacksonville. y '% the Bradford County Telegraph. original in the office cf the Clerk of \
Mr : PULLING I
$ Sweat and baby S 1958.
Geraldine Dated this 6 day of August :
of Pa- the Circuit Court on or before the 15
visited Mr. and Mrs. Junior Sweat.' Rev. Jchnny Strickland (SEAL) day of September, 1958 ; otherwisethe
latka attended our Revival Friday r1; CHARLES A. DARBY, allegations of said Complaint will
Edward /
Green is home on leave Circuit CourtBy .
/S : Clerk of the be taken,as confessed by you.
from U. S. Navy'visiting his parents night. Marian L.. Crosby Deputy Clerk This notice shall be published once
Mrs. Arnold Griffis visited Mrs. % SI 8114.4t9t4NOTICE | each week for four consecutive weeksin '
,.. Mr.:and Mrs. Willie Green. Smith _. __ \r\ .:. the Bradford County Telegraph. 'S -S FORPEPPER
and M
Smith who is ill. s.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Waldron have -I ...-.l : TO DEFEND Dated this 6 day of August. 1958. y
returned home to Lake Placid wants Prayer: Meeting and song la Circuit Court Bradford Couitr. CHARLES A. DARBY
services at her house. This will Florida: IB Chancery. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
after visiting Mrs. Waldron's The teaching staff of Maxville moved last week
from,Whitehouse Cane No. 18-5V7 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
father, Mr. Eugene Griffis., Mr, be decided on in church Sunday.Mr. elementary school did its preplanning to give the school added facilities. Mattie McCullouga Wood, Plaintiff, 8IHU914NOTICE | t\-
Griffis went and Mrs. Glen Scott and In'its own school last The vs. Wiliam D. Wood. Defendant
home with them fora new building will be used NOTICE TO APPEARTo _

few days. Mrs.' Joe Griffis visited in Ken- week. Principal George McMullen. for two classrooms. The present : William D. Wood, whose residence Circuit Court TO, Bradford DEFENDla County, sbs"

tucky with friends and relatives.Rev. is talking with and address is: Unknown.You Case -No. 13-605 $ .
Mrs. Orville Brookins and over plans Mrs. 2-classroom building will be made are hereby,notified that a suit ( I

daughter, Linda of Hampton are R; R. Carlton pastor of Joyce Hodge [left] teacher of the i into an office and library, and for divorce and restoration of maiden Billie Florida Felice.: In .Chancery.Plaintiff vs Joseph F.

Visiting Mrs. Brookin's daughterand Fairbanks Baptist Church visited 3rd and 4th :grades, and Mrs. additional space for the cafeteria.Mrs. name has been filed against you in Felice. Defendant t 9
above named Court and and
I the cause I
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. with us Thursday night. Joan Zagortz, teacher of 1st and Dora Byrd and Mrs. Jane you are required to serve a copy of I NOTICE: Joseph-TO APPEARTo Felice. whose resi- .

E. Hodges of Americus, Ga. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Miller and 2nd grades. McMullen teaches Higginbotham in the cafeteria, your answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to the Attorney complaint I I dence and address is: Nonnandie .
and Mrs. visited grades 5 and 6. I Hotel 36th and Chestnut Streets,
Hodges returned home children of Fairbanks us Alan C. Winter, Jr. 319 Florida Title I
and R. L. Harris, part-time cus- Philadelphia. Pennsylvania.You
with them for a few days. Friday night in ,revival services. The first three days of last Building, Jacksonville 2, Fla. and file are hereby notlfed that a suit -J Here's
the original in the office of the Clerkof Why
todian, complete the school for divorce and of former
restoration
per-
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny 'McNeal Rev. M. Packham also visitedour week, the Maxville teachers spent the Circuit Court on or before the name has been filed against you in

Sr. of Brooker visited their son Revival Services last week. in science, art and music work- sonnel. 8 day of September,1958 : otherwisethe the above named Court and cause _
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will
allegations of said Complaint
.daughter-in-law., Mr. and Boatdrain Baptist Church Sun- shops in Jacksonville.An The school has about 100 students be taken as confessed by you. (and'f your you are answer required or pleading to serve to a copy the

Mrs Johnny McNeal this'week. day School lOa. m., Morning additional building will be enrolled. This notice shall be published once complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
each week for four consecutive weeksin Bass, 31! Clark Jacksonville The Housewives Say:
I Lloyd Building -
Bro. O'Brian leader 11 m., Training Un-
our song Worship a. the Bradford Telegraph.
p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Jacksonville. We extend County 2, Florida, and file the original -
I our deep "The cost of has risen to the where
living point we
Dated this 6 of 195*
has returned to work at Cecil ion 7 p. m., Evening Worship I day Aug in the office of the Clerk of the
7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Rev. est sympathy to the Sullivan fam- I (SEAL, ) Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be- have had to exhaust our savings to meet the needsof
CHARLES A. DARBY
Orvile Brookins, Pastor.Mr. fore the 15 day of September 1958,
ily.Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court. otherwise the allegations of said complaint our families. Many homes have Jess income today
and Mrs. Clyde Brown andchildrl'n Inez Gray and daughter By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk will be taken as confessed by
81|7.4 t.8|128 than they did last year. this is no time fora

of Griffis Loop have Debbie visited Mrs. Gray's moth- you.This notice shall be published once "Rip Van Winkle" we'r epuljing for Claude
moved to the home they boughtat er-in-law in Arkansas. IN THE COUNTY: JUDGE'S COURTIN each week for four consecutive weeksin .
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824 Thomas Street. AND FOB BRADFORD COUNTY. the Bradford County Telegraph. Pepper. ,. .
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE NO. Dated this 6 day of August 1958. .
Rev. and Mrs. Buddy Hogarth 1-450 (SEAL)
: and daughter. Jessie and Mr. and NOTICE OF ELECTION IN RE: The Estate of WALTER S. CHARLES A. .DARBY The Veterans Say:
Be it known that I, R. A. Gray. .
SIBLEY. deceased. Clesi of the Circuit Court. .
Mrs. Ernie Miller and children I Secretary cf State of the State of :NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll By Marian 1. Crosby: Deputy_ Clerk.! : "Claude Pepper was one of the authors of the G.I.' .

were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Orville I Florida GENERAL do hereby ELECTION give notice will be held thata WALTER creditors. SIBLEY.of the deceased Estate"are of 811] 4.4t-914 BILL OF RIGHTS. Many of us had the chance- .to-

Brookins Friday night after Iin Bradford County. State of Florida, hereby notified and required to file NOTICE-TO DEFEND: get a college education because of this bill. All of

church for coffee and cake. on Monday Tuesday! In November.next succeeding A. D.the 1958 first any may claims have against or demands said Estate which in they the IB Circuit Court. Bradford. County, the vets that bought homes under the V.A. owe a

Mr. and Mrs.Thomas O'Brian the said Tuesday being the Fourthof office of the County Judge of Brad. FloridaIn Chancery.Case No. .12-601 debt of gratitude to him. We're grateful to him ,for
FRIDAY SATURDAY .. SEPT. 5 6 and children. spent Labor Day :Or>\'ember.For ford County Florida. In the Court- Mary Elizabeth Crocker, Plaintiff .
United States Senator from house in Starke. within eight calendar vs. Thomas Lee Crocker, Defendant.NOTI'g his past record, and with the messed-up World situation -
picnicking and swimming at the State of Florida. months from the, iate of the first
Kingsley Lake. For Representative in Congressfor publication of this notice. Each claimor : Thomas TO APPEARTo Lee Crocker whose we need his vision NOW.. We're for PEPPER -
the EIGHTH Congressional Dis- demand must be in writing and "
We are sorry. to, hear of the trict.For must state the place of residenceand residence and address is-UNKNOWN .
suit
You that
are hereby notified a
two (2) Justices of the Supreme of the claimant -
address
office
death of Mrs. Jean Brookin'sfather post maiden
for of
divorce and restoration
Court. and must be sworn to by the The Farmers Ranchers and Growers Say:
Mr. Phillip Sullivan of For Judge of the District Court of claimant his agent or attorney. or it name has been filed against you in ,

ft1c Appeal. for the FIRST Appellate District. will become void according to law. I the and above you are named required Court and to cause servea "When Claude was, in the Senate, he would visit

; == } GOT A '- I. For Two (%)' Railroad and Public August Florida 1 National, 1958. Bank of Jackson- copy to of the your complaint answer or on' pleadIng the- with us and then go personally to the Government
Utilities Commissioners.
\ FIT One (1) Member of the Houseof yule BY: Plaintiff's Attorney Lloyd Bass. 312 Departments to help us. He was born on a farm

I Representatives. sl| Fred J. Thompson, Jr. Clark, and Building file the Jacksonville original in the 2. Florida officeof and has always been a friend to agriculture His
SUMMER For (2) Members of the Board of
COir Adminis-
Assistant Trust Officer.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on the Benson farm whichis
County Commissioners.For istrator of Estate of Walter S. Sib- opponent supports program
before
the 15 of September
or day
/ Three (3) Members of the ley, deceased. of against the little farmer.
Board of Public Instruction. 1958 ; otherwise the allegations ,
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TAKE said will be taken -
Complaint as confessed
.1. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
In testimony Whereof, I have here- by you: The Students Say
for'symptomatL hand affixed NOTICE TO DEFEND This notice shall be published once :
unto set my and thereat
(; Seal of the State of IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, each week for four consecutive weeka to
a g Florida. "Wben we graduate from college, we want get
at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the Florida: IB Chancery.Case in the Bradford County Telegraph.
l.st day of August, 1953.U. No. 11-698 Dated this 6 day of August, 1958. jobs in our chosen fields. Many college grads haveto
u'JuRELIEF A. Gray, Secretary of State Helen Parker Plaintiff, vs. Larry (SEAL
8J28-U-SI18 M. Parker Defendant. CHARLES A. DARBY take any job they can get these days. We're for

NOTICE: Larry TO M.APPEARTo Parker whose residence the,Future, we're for Opportunity, we're for Flor- '

f he ProfHj In Star and address is Unknown.You "HOWDY FOLKS ida and we're all out for Pepper."
are hereby notified that a ''I I CERTAINLY WILL

____ 11MiT'' ] 1 suit against for you Annulment in the above has named been Court filed APPRECIATE VOTE" YOUR The Senior Citizens Say:

and caufc and you are required to '
serve a copy of your answer or plead- "Social Security benefits are much too low. Most

ing to the complaint on the Plaintiff's : have ask children for outside help. We
of to
t S Attorney J. Donald Gibson 100 Smith :T 1. us our
Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida and H; know. Claude Pepper stands for a more realistic
Victor Donley. Big value in t file the original in the office of the < ;
RCA Balanced Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be- <": Social Security program one that's geared to
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table TV. 262 sq. in. picture. fore the 8 day of September, 1958 : ?< Claude'sopponent
also know
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Fidelity FM Sound. Pull.push otherwise the allegations of said the rising cost of living we

volume Complaint will be taken as confesedby 1.1''fIIJ has voted against increased benefits. It's
with Stay-Set
on.off: switch ,
> you. !!
j.- trol.Transformer-powered chassis' "SILITEX"Stops This notice shall be published once ; time for Claude Pepper we're for him." ,
co )
r each week for four consecutive weeks 1
v,5th>proved weak signal reception. in. the Bradford County Telegraph.
The Small Businessmen
resistor. .. Dated this 6 day of August 1958. Say:
Tube-saving surge
power Leaks
., ;; Printed circuits. Available in 3 finishes.! _-- Seepage, Dampness (SEAL) CHARLES A. DARBY "The small businessman is today's forgotten man.

; r2lT913.' : ,' Clerk, of the Circuit Court. The tax structure works against him it's aj :
f.' ...5 YEAR GUARANTEE.. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I 87-4t-8l28| \ most impossible to get financing for expansion. We

I. 199 SILITEX, S. F. effectively stops dampness and water need a voice in the Senate ,Pepper's opponenthas
NOTICE TO DEFEND
seepage through abo'e'and below grade masonry! 10 Circuit Court. Bradford Couaty. turned us down we need Claude Pepper' ,

walls.! Produces a hard, wear resistant surface that will not Florida: IB Chancery ]NOW."
Case No. 12-613
blister or peel yet permits masonry to breathe. Martha Lee Coomes Plaintiff vs.
Bernard M. Coomes, Defendant The
SIL1TEJ, S. F. unlike ordinary'coatings made with cement NOTICE TO APPEARTo Workingmen Say:

as! their base ingredient, does not shrink. It actually expands : Bernard M. Coomes, whose residence "When the recession first started, we were the ones
and address is: 768 South 6th
as it cures, filling pores more completely. SILICOSES, the Street Louisville, Kentucky.You who felt it first. It wasn't until unemploymentreached

v- ______ __ are hereby notified that a suitor the level in 17 that Washington
____- -- wonder water repellent contained in Silitex S. F. penetrates divorce, care custody and controlof highest years

__ masonry. Water repelling action thus starts well within the minor children has been filed a- started to move. We need a man of action,

masonry wall, not merely at the surface.GUARANTEEI and gainst cause you in and the you above are named required Court to a man of vision. Everyone has a lobbyist in Wash-

: serve a copy, of your answer or pleading the workingman Claude Pepperwill
"\ tS ) for a minimum of five years satisfactory to the complaint on the Plain- ington except

service If applied according to directions. Decorative too. Whit tiff's Attorney Lloyd Bass, 312 Clark represent us."
Building Jacksonville 2, Florida and *
and pastel shades of gray, buff, green and rose. lie the original in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before The Builders, Investors and Realtors Say:

} Per Gallon otherwise the 15 the day allegations of September of said, 1958 Complaint -; "Without investment capital, Florida would still be

\ .:.i_ 1 I 3.60 will be taken as confessed by an uninhabited swamp. The current tight money

I you.This notice shall be published once policy in Washington has slowed the growth of our

': I each week for four consecutive weeksin State. Floridians are young, Aggressive and look
-e the Bradford County Telegraph.

I ..l.1.I ... Did You Know That You Can Datd(SEAL this) 8 day of August 1958. to the future that's the type of representativewe

CHARLES A. DARBY, want we want Claude Pepper."


!, 1.I: I. : Borrow up to $$2,500ON Clerk By Marian NOTICE of the L.-Circuit Crosby TO DEFEND,Court.Deputy 814-t-9l4| Clerk Thisls Y-O-U-R FIGHT


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IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, ''''
A TITLE ONE FHA INSURED LOAN S
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Florida: la Cbaanr,. r, ElectCLAUDE
I RCA Victor Farrell Deluxe. With 5 Years To Pay At Only 5 Per Cent Interest Cake No. lt- 16 WI .. 4.
TV with front controls and Troy Brown, Plaintiff, vs. Peggy I.- 1C :
Table ..
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Brown. DefendantNOTICE ""c'JERRY-- ,------
speaker that can be built in."OneSeiHelectronic Do need TO APPEARTo

". fine tuning. 262 sq. in., you : Peggy Brown, whose residence W. CARTERFOR PEPPER
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Deluxe and address is: 105 S. Magnolia
r Transformer.powered Vvenue. Dunn. North Carolina.
.; picture. A Room'
_ Family RE-ELECTION
control and You are hereby notified that a suit
Phono-jack tone
'. chassis. for divorce has been filed aganst you
automatic gain control. Balanced I An Extra, BathS in the above named Court and cause RAILROAD COMMISSIONGROUP& PUBLIC Your U. S. Senator on Sept. 9thPol.
FM Sound. Available in 2 -S. and you are required to serve a copy UTILITIES
Fidelity of your answer or pleading to the '
\ beautiful finishes. 21D919. Extra Bedroom :mplaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyI. ; 2

(.{ 1, Remodelled ,Donald Jacksonville Gibson 2,'100 Fla. Smith and file Building criminal -.! (Pd. Pol. Adv.) ( Adv. Paid for by the State Campaign Hdqrs.)
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in the office nf Clerk of the firuit -
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.'S.. 1' \ Kitchen : Court on or before the 15 day of '
: September, 1958 ; otherwise the allegations -
; % i New Floors of said Complaint will be

I (Tile orS Wood) taken This as notice confessed shaU by be you.published once FOR CITYCOUNCIL

1. \uiim each week for'four consecutive weeks I
TV S&viceAll in the Bradford County Telegraph.
i i- Heating, Cooling Dated this 12 day of August, 1958. WIG GI N S

2k\tL\ ? or Ventilating Clerk(SEAL CHARLES of) the Circuit A. DARBY.Court.

By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. GROUP ONE
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New Roof
Work Guaranteed Estimate
Free 0 Porch NOTICE-TO DEFEND Due to my many years of association with the public, I feel that I
Enclosed.
-4. la Circuit Court. Bradford Comty.

Fully Equipped Dependable *I tkinl yro stiodd? have bullr! or Carport Florida:Case I. Chaaeery.No. 12-802 need no introduction to the people of Starke. However, I do want

thedoofviderTJ&J Gloria Hooten. Plaintiff, vs. Walter
All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S .t' Termite Protection H. Hooten, Defendant., '
NOTICE TO APPEAR you to know that I most'earnest}y solicit your vote and support in
t Te; Walter H. Hooten whose residence -
and address: is UNKNOWN.You .
S Insulation are hereby notified that a suit the coming election on Sept 9. If honored with election, I will
RADIO & TV for divorce and restoration of maiden
name has been filed against you in

!INMAN D. GREEN, Owner I Interior FinishingIF or Exterior the and above you are named required Court to serve and a cause copy strive' to serve you as well in public office as I have done in a business -

of your answer 'or pleading to the
Radio Seat Covers complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney thru the
TV -- Upholstering BUILDING SUPPLIES down
SO Lloyd Bass 312 Clark Building, Jack- way
I and file the I ORIE A WIGGINS
QUALITY & SERVICE sonville Z, Florida original -
,Phone239 Starke, Florida In the office of the Clerk of the Your vote will be
Phone 3 years. 1
Call WO 4-2111 Circuit Court on or before the 15
301 E. CALL ST STARKE: FLA qf September, 1958 ; otherwise

Col T.V. Headquarters For Free Estimate allegations taken as confessed said Complaint by you. will daY\\ greatly; appreciated. < (pd.* PoL Adv.w .)

This notice shall be published
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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RALLY MONDA






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An election eve political I

rally, the first and last

for Bradford (County in this

off-year campaign,'was an-

nounced yesterday by G P. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Wadsworth, chairman of

the County Democratic Ex-

,ecutive Committee.The r I
ter speaking will be held 0//i County Publication Established In 1879

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at the football stadium, I
VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPT., 1958 NUMBER ELEVEN
and will get under way at --'


7:30 be station: broadcast p.m.WRGR.Proceedings over' radio will Lawtey Council Board Requests DoubleHeader Awaits Voters




.lu+P f county Wadsworth candidates said will that be Seeks Survey- Funds From I


heard from first, followed,I At Polls Here Next Tuesday

by city candidates, and
I
I --- '- lastly any state candidatesor For Sewage PlantThe Tax CollectorThe '

<<
ARxk their representativeswho '. '
Election
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-to ;' '- City
might be present. :
possibility of a sewage .disposal County Commissioners held, ,' ,
Wadsworth said that the
plant in Lawtey took an- a closed meeting with their attorney -
main purpose of the rallyis ther step forward Tuesday night Mack fcutch after-the reg-i i Party Primary

1 fo stimulate interest in as the'Lawtey Council voted un- ular, session Tuesday morning.. A

an effort to get out the tnimously to apply for a survey of reporter for The Telegraph was,

vote for the situation under a governmentplan. excluded. j
Tuesday's off- On Same

year election. Purpose of the meeting, as explained -) L Date'Y"

Application for the service was later,was to discuss problems -

made Wednesday by County Sanitarian connection with the delayof ,
t tW Tuesday; is election day-the-
School Count Jack Trawick. The government funds ,to the Commissioners'I -
First
1 Up Democratic. Primary-heretofore
service, under public ,law and the School uoard from Tax I R held in May:, but changedat ".

660, pays all cost if the city decides Collector J.,R. Kelly, Outcome otl W w I 45 the last session of the Legislature rl

not to go on with the workor the meeting was a letter ad TSss- '
AsNewlerm. ?; l to September.
}if it is deemed not feasible. ed to Kelly, contents as follows: : dS
_
If it is decided to install"'thesewage To Hon. J. R. Kelly, Tax Collector _;S For voters in at least two Bradford

County of Bradford: j 4i County municipalities It'will,
disposal plant, the federal
t It Gets Under WaySubstantial government will pay 30 per cent "The Board, of County. Com- :5 : bea double-header, for the regu-

of the, cost, not including pipe. missioners has directed me to request i i lar city elections in Starke and
Hampton will also be held Sept.
This service is for communitieswho that ,all funds collected Ay __. _. ,
: gains in first day are financially unable to you and. not distributed to the i. Polls will- open at '< a. m. anddose

_' v enrollment were reported at Brad- meet the costs alone. proper county 'offices or officers: Ii"--j J at 7 p. m. in 'all' polling

rR ford High' School and Starke Elementary Smith' as required bylaw, be disbursed I 1 places: "
and _
MeGriff.sanitary en- by to said offices or officers { In the
as the 1958-59 term got you Democratic Primary.
gineering firm of'Gainesville, seta i
under way Tuesday. Figures on:' price of {250 for the survey not later, than Sept. ,15,.1958./ i ._. Bradford voters have only two
a countywide,basis were not avail which under "Since these funds should have county races to decide in this off-
the plan, will be paid
been disbursed y'you 1 _
x able.BHS for by the federal government if )> on July ." vear election They 'are:
of this the Board feels it
reported, an opening day the city decides not to go on with year { Ae ?gyt ','-- County Commissioner Dist. 1.
has been more: than lenient and
increase of around 60 students the project. with incumbent E. L. (Lawtonl
with a total of 907, as compared that it now has a positive dutyto
Crawford opposed by A. B. Whitehead -
Trawick to the
spoke group on Clerk
make this request. Vacationing City
with last
year's 847 at the opening and Ewell Lawson.
of school. the neeJTs for such a plant pointing "Should you fall to comply with
County Commissioner Dist. 4
Starke Elementary showed, a out the facts that the area has this request, the Board of County The Key West Chamber of Commerce submits this photo of ,
with incumbent Jessie R. Chas-
gain of 50 students with a total a,high water table and that sew- Commissioners will have no alter Starke City Clerk Carl Johns during his recent vacation stayIn Lavern Out.
tarn opposed by H.
opening enrollment or 1,016) compared age runs above ground in open native but to take "such action as that 4iouthe!' most city. They forgot to say, however, law.
isrequired by law,
with 966 last year. ditches in many parts of Lawtey. whether Clerk Johns' actually caught all those! fish or If they
1F Total The letter w signed by Clerkof Although Commissioners are.
'
.ala. the entire openingenrollment two schools combinedwas for "The health hazard involved is ol the Circuit Court Charles A. were provided by the C of C for picture purposes. We wonder i elected by districts,'they. are' voted,

much concern to the County Darby. on'countjatIarge..
No Labor Day Lay-off HereLabor 1,923
_ Health Department" the sanitarian Fish Adult Classes ,
The largest class in the entire Collector Kelly .states that the Family Fry State offices tQ be decided in the
said. -
Day was just that for busy workmen who are rushing school is the 9th grade with a delay in remitting funds'was occasioned First Primary are:
The motion to obtain the survey by' "bad checks" given Farm Set Tentative .sena.k
total of 203 Set By United!'States
completion on IS new homes In Saratoga Heights. It \is! hopedto students : incum
waS made by Councilman Massey him in payment-of taxesHe'saidthat '
1 '
i.
.. be'nt-
have the tint of the lot ready for inspection by October 15. Other grades in Junior, and senior t a ollan opposed by
I and seconded Councilmarr Red ( '
by he had as'much. as $1,400 inj
'- -- = Schedules fornier'U Senator
'- -- WgnTepoTta4 lnefondwlng; Bureau SaturdayThe 8,, ; Claude Pep
\nlU Demetres 'of'dncksou,Ne Iii the 6aildei. totals dish. checks that had to be returned,1although
: 7th grade 1648th.; 133; .
I 10th 165: 11th, 137; 12th, 105. dnlytwo'are outstanding per.Railroad and
af the. time. gettogethero L. H. Gibson director, an- Public Utilities
Council Votes present annual family
/ In Starke elementary the Negro HospitalizedAfter '
Five Negroes count I Commissioner ,Group 1: incumbent
: said that the funds wS be nounces the following tentative
Farm
Bradford County
Kelly the
was 1st grade 188 190
2nd 3rd I
: ; Attack schedule incomplete( for .the Wilbur C. King opposed by
Traffic AidsTuesday 160;'4th, 178 5th. 168 6th162.' in the hands of the oficers con- Bureau will be held Saturday Vernon D. ''Boridj and Naomi T.
cerned !by the deadline of Sept. 15.: 1958-59 Adult Education Classes:
With
Wrench
Lug starting at 5 p. m. at the Doyle Murrell.
Held Accelerated Driver Training:
Following Balance in the bank: account of
NightMatters ShopportunitySet James Brown, Negro is in tax collections,was over, 516,000 Conner farm three miles north of Monday night, '1.30to 9:30: [class Railroad and Public Utilities

For SaturdayAt Bradford County Hospital as the at the time of the last monthy Starke on U. S. 301.., In case of instruction' !; Wednesday and Friday Commisioner Group 2: incumbent

Drive-in SceneFive brought up at the regular statement.. rain, the scene: will .be shifted to afternoons, 3:30: to 5:30: [behind Jerry W. Carter 'opposed by Jim
J & J result of an attack with a lug '
Starke City Council meet- SuppliesThe It is estimated that around the wheel] Blanton. Jim'Fair, and JosephT
the Starke State Farmers Market. 4 *
wrench .wielded, according to the
ing Tuesday night included $6,000 is doe ,the Board of County Care and Maintenance of out- McDonald.
four and 'changes to aid traffic safety in regular Shopportunity cash charge, by Robert Williams, also Activities will center around a
Negroes, men one I Commissioners and somewhat board Motors and Lawnmower City Ticket
awards and Shower of fish with serving time set at
fry,
$5 Bills
woman, were arrested Saturday i the city. A motion by Councilman colored, Saturday at 7:30 p.m. more than that' is due'the School Engines: Tuesday night, 7 to '10, Three offices will be decided in
sponsored by 23 6 Members of the fish
cooperating p. m. pur-
night and jailed en charges of Chitty, seconded by Noegel and Williams was charged with assault Board. -' at school 'bus barn. the City Election:
Starke merchants will and cooking committeeare
beheld in chasing
disorderly conduct and using profane voted by the body will put two front of J&J Building Supplies I on and battery, found guilty and sentenced The two:'boards reported a similar J. R. Wainwnght;Billy Noegel, General Business: Law, Selling, Chief of Police: incumbent BenC.
language following a' disturbance new traffic lights at busy corners. delay in receipt of,funds : ist .
Filing, Holtzendorf
East Call Street Saturday after- to six months in jail. and Lonnie Harley Office Practice, Machines opposed by Riley
at Herb's Drive In rest- One new light will be at the corner year. I
noon at 5 o'clock. In another act of violence it Several commltte'es are working Typing Bookkeeping, Tuesday :Sweat.

aurant on Temple Avenue. of Call and Walnut Sts. and Given away will be $25 first was all edged "that Samuel Whiteof hard to make this, event an outstanding !night, 7:30: to 9:30: USO. Councilman, Group 1: incumbent ,-
the other at Madison and Walnut.It LEGION TO MEET .
Investigating police 'were told prize, $15 second prize, $10 third Jacksonville stabbed Edwin: success, and it is hoped Drum and Bugle Corps: Wed- W. H, [Billy Noegel opposed -
was also voted to place, warn-
that the car of local Negroes drove ing signs on Cherry St. for the prize, and five $5 bills to personsin Adams Jr. Both are .Negroes. The.regular meeting of American I that all Farm Bureaji members I nesday, 7 to 10. p. m.' Music build-. bY'Orie A. Wiggins, and

into the parking area at the drivein the crowd. Adams was treated at Bradford Legion Post 56 will be held at and their families will attend. ing. Sam Zack.
two and half blocks where
and asked for service. The one The County Hospital and released.: A the home Ave. Nominations for members of
Legion
trucks are pulling out in the street cooperating merchants are on Temple Advanced Typing and Short- Councilman Group 2: incum

management told them that Ne- from business places located in featuring unusual Shopportunity warrant has been made for the Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. All the bureau's ;-board, ''of directorswill hand: Wednesday 7 to 10 p. m. bent Randal Chitty opposed' by

groes were not served there and the area, The ice plant, Bradford weekend specials for the benefitof arrest of White,'charging him with members and prospective members be announced at this meet- BHS commercial department. George' B. Flynn Jr,
as they left, some white youths assault with intent to murder. ,
I Eng. Co. and Jackson TransferCo. shoppers in the Starke area. are urged to attend I s tug Conversational Spanish: Thursday In Group 3 incumbent Councilman -
are said to have made taunting Y>__".__'" _. h_______...
remarks. It is then, police were have trucks pulling in and out 7 to lu p. m. orauiuiu HighSchool. : 'l'. C. Hazen jr.is unoppusea.It .

told, the Negroes! started cursing.Night throughout the day. v--- I I is "believed that having both.

patrolman Billy Over- 'I The council was asked to have EF: : -iT: : Business English,. Spelling, and : elections on the same day will result

street, who happened to arrive on lights at the football field turned Letter Writing: Thursday, 7 to 10 in a good turn-out at the

the scene after the Negroes had '!on for a political rally Monday m., ,USO. polls for what would otherwise bea

left was informed of the cir ,night tut: it was ruled that the 4' p colorless off-year election.:

and .affidavits city could not legally furnish free fR _+a Public Speaking, Parliamentary I
cumstances upon
Procedure, and Dramatics: Thursday -
sworn to by witnesses there, arrested lights for the purpose. ___ I -
Plans Studied
7 to 10 p. m. Bradford High
the Negroes at their homes Subject to the approval of, City .
Thomas Jr the School.
Attorney A. J.
hi Reno. I '
council agreed to accept deeds to Photography: Thursday: to 10 By School Board
involved are Willie" !
The four men
land for a road connecting p. m. Bradford High School..
Banks Isiah Allen, James, iT
,
Brownlee Road with a street in T' Business Mathematics and Consumer For New Plant \
Harry Harrington and W C. Lee.
t
'!Saratoga Heights. ,,fit 1 1utt Education:, Wednesday 7
'The woman was Frances Lee who A letter from a manufacturingconcern > USO.Mechanical .
I LrAL to 10.p. m. 'new
for the
Preliminary plans
,
under I z
was released Wednesday that makes cabinets and $ 1
{ f Drawing and Wood- Sfarke Elementary School were
bond. The men are awaiting trial wood ''products was turned over
working: Friday 7 to 10 p. nit in- submitted architects Coins and
in the city Jill.Season j to the Chamber of Commerce. The by
company, which has two plants dustrial Arts' building. Moore of Gainesville and acceptedby <

already, would like to set, up a the School board at their reg-

Tickets' third cne in this area if faculties Lions Plan Sale u'ar1 meeting Tuesday morning.
i
could be obtained. They require Preliminary plans for the HillS

For Home Games an area of 60,000 sq. 'feet and a 'cL 1 Of Brooms For auditorium and the Lawtey cafe.

railroad siding. The business 1J Glasses Fund teria and two additional classrooms

Now On Sale would employ between 200 and J were accepted by the
At the Lions Club meeting held
300 people and have an estimated Board at the August meeting anel-
y ,e Thursday night Aug. 28, final '
m
been by
have already approved
payroll of $300,000.School
Football fans are urged to purchase -1 I ,I plans were made by: the membe'rsfor the State Board. The sale of bonds

season tickets for all home '. entertaining their wives at for these buildings is awaiting amore

games, which went on sale with PropertyTo K I the meeting Thursday night Sept. favorable) bond market.

the opening of school this week. 4, at 7:30 o'clock.
;
Another matter before the meet.
aLabor
The season tickets good for all Be Sold ,
i Plans are well under wy fora ing was the acceptance of bids for
five home games are on sale at -:l'.A,. room sale to be held the sec milk for'' the county schools.
$5.50 for adults ,and $3 for stud- f ; ond '
week
BidsThree in September. The
After Oct. 6 f Graves Dairy was low bidder for
ents. This is a considerable saying brooms
to be sold are made by
t i about 100 half pint per day forHampton
over tickets purchased at the blind workers and profits from the
pieces of County School school at six cents per
gate where the charge for all sale will be used to purchase
property will be' advertised tor sale carton. Foremost will supply
tickets [adults and students alike for
L children
glasses needy in
Brooker School with about W halt
t> the Bradford County School
will be $1.25. The policy will be I I y Day was' "Just 'another line back in harness Last Starke and Bradford County. is
Board according to a motion TORNADOES LOOKING UP season i pints at seven cents. Reddish I Ii
continued, however, of admitting passed at Tuesday's regular meet- ay"? for the BHS Tornadoes as BHS eked out a' 6-0 win over the i the supplier for Starke Elemen.

all free students of charge below when the accompanied 4th grade I|I I ing. Bids will be opened at the they continued drilling under hot Coaches Hurse, Register, and'Temple are surrounded by the Baker County boys" in a downpourof Elrod NamedOn tary, which uses about 70 gallons )

next, regular meeting, October 6. late-summer sun reparation rain. per day of bulk milk, and
their candidates most to berths on:the 1958 Tornado "A" Advisory
likely
by parents.: earn GroupHarry
I Two: parcels of land wilt be of' for their opening game with MacBenny There have been no serious inJuries Borden win supply the rest. HUlk

The season tickets may be obtained fered and one building. The New on the home field. ,Sept. 19. squad. Uniforms were issued on Labor'Day and scrimmage in to plague the Tornadoes C. Elrod Jr. has been appointed milk ,price was bid at to cents

from high school students I 1 River School building, not used as The morning session was occupied full regalia began that afternoon. thus far, and four new boys re by J. Edwin Larson Insurance per gallon.At .' .,.

or from Nina Andrews, girls athletic -', a school for, several years will be by the' issuance of uniforms ported.this week, including two Commissioner, to the Cit- the suggestion of School

director, or Coach Lennard I sold to' the highest bidder. Site and the afternoon drill was "looking rough" with the boys not ed on pass protection, punt pro- who played last year, Woody izens Advisory Committee on Superintendent H, P. Morgan the

Register. Anyone desiring a tick- 'of the Heilbfonn School, and 160 highlighted: by a'3O-m nute scrimmage -' up to par because of .the heat. tection, and punt Coverage., Strickland, quarterback, and John Highway Safety. Elrod will serve School Board will hold an all-day,

et, who is not contacted, may call acres of the 270 acre tract usedas the first in full regalia. Tuesday afternoon's 40-minute Register said that Macclenny Miller, center. on the finance sub committee to meeting next month with visit*

WO 4-3091. and the ticket will be FFA farm, will also be advertised Coach Lennard Register described session looked much better -he reportedly has a better team this ,Sixty-one boys are vying for compile way to finance any safety to the varioua schools of the county

delivered upon request. for sale. I }[ondIY" ., scrimmage as commented. Emphasis'was plac- year'than last,'With'most of their positions on the,A and B squads programs that maybe devised. scheduled for, Uu ifttrnooa.
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.: TWO : BRADFORD UOTOTI TELfcUHAra, 9TJUUUC.! FLOJWJ THTESDAT.,. SEPT., .4.1953Tie ,
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1114 ment. Precincts voted as follows:

editorial Farmer's DiaryBy Lawtey ......WET... .. 82 DRY 22

North Starke ..._ .140 135
..s t ftft( !_; i --- ." Sato MeGamyjplunjfe. South Starke ..: 117 71 r

., ..... !!
; t buftd Hampton! .5 1 18
>> W
1 ; a "parlor", some Theressa ., .. ..... 18 9
pigs then lee
/ P.t r.H iatttl e 4 and *what happens. Graham .,... .. ... 31 2 :
'' Brooker ... .. .. .. .. 56 1s'tarted' \ *
Rigftt now the
hog market has
Some of dar go ridsere t tess ttian : New River .22 .9
happy down, lust as was fore-
With art editorial published fast week,In which 'cast. >but those who hadthe hogs Coffee Prices REDUCED J r

wq-reviewed Republican-slanted voting record at the right time cashed in on An
of Senator Holland and concluded that if the best prices in the past five
along
these wercihta> tlf' onressfed Convictions years.
they vas EIGHT O'CLOCK
*
were. none of ours, four
After'debating for 1 long time Sorne 'of the folks around here I
This is not td say thav 'agree 100 per cent we finally sold our cows this week are waiting. on a good ,rain to set State --- ; 1I
with everything that:E*-Shtiator Pepper voted for and now,for the first ''time in over berries. They have the beds all oun f
during his tenure of office, and everything that nine yeirs there isn't a cow on made up, but the trouble is' that lib I bag 65t
he stands for today. Irideia, we might wish, the. place.. In oie way.it is a 'big, when the soil is worked a lot it Just
along with, many others, that the September 9th relief, for with the new road com dries out, and now a solid soak- peats
election presented a choice of candidates somewhat ing through and the problem of ing rain is needed before it will 3-lb Bag! $i.S9 :
moving back the fences we were be wet enough to set out plants. Road [
hi.between the/liberalism of Senator Pepper afraid that the cows would get Be
and conservatism of Senator Holland. But out on the highway. And speaking of berries we understand F.- 4ri, .. _{
no such choice is there, and we must make the that now it is possible

best of what is offered in the way of candidates. But in another way, we hated to fumigate the soil by using fertilizer a t
We do not deny that Senator Pepper may have tc 'see them go. First there was which has a soil fumigant was }
become over-zealous! at timfc old Daisy, the cow Sam bought mixed in with it. From those we pre
in what
one -
appeared Irom his Mom in Jacksonville. talked to. it looks like it is a good ness in SUPER-RIGHT TOP QUAl. TYSliced
to be. an'effort: ,to build himself into a national '
Daisy was a mighty good nurse idea to use a fumigant.
political Ifigure.: All of us are human, and it is cow and she raised the best calves *

understandable! why a man in public life wbtiia we ever had. And her daughter, Had the pleasure of meeting It
succumb to such flattering overtures.when. ana if Blossom, the.prettiest cow we ever one of the best known and liked ing Breakfast

they are.-made, That is the period during which had.,and Hope, daughter. .of our farmers, around .the Maxville sec300 '
Senator Pepper might have beef ibiHewhat\ t jesi faithful bl4 Joy. the best sow tion. Jim Godwin. And now that to the
that suet lived that's what we we've met him 'we know why he Relief t
than wise in the choice of some 6! lily Issbcjates.i -
.
say, 'i1Y1i i1. 1 Is so: well liked. He has two. big.who.
But believethat has kifiilk)
we he. flU 1 lessoti
'
and will tl6i-be.t content to do a jbb 13 fie fceMS} sycamore trees in front of his hogs H ,
& with1 te t threecalves! theyweK hcine [planted years ago by his ment's BACON 69tf
for Florida, without diverting 18 ffltitii lit Hl I| > hriveH off? tackthrough;J thefcSias sohsl) and when we remarked that i lB
energy and unmistakable abilities t8 iHe" f HHit i to(; t bur) neighbor. Bryant they gave fine shade, Mr. Godwin

and international 8 ene.j fetish' ; 6nh any.tears I We}might i...t .. .said, : "Yes they do, but, from now \V

j! Much of the. opposition' to Seflatftf fJ_f hive"feh'eH tf \their;}living were on right up.until winter they drop No ., ... .. .,. I
1' ted,is I the.blind, unreasoning kiM WJ lHsl{ iHlffi I iHittiig&ii&iipttir.flie. good} leaves all over the place." '-'' =.:- -' "
haiil, cbli bash we. get for them. *
rip amount of logic \tm.prevail: Ji tfiey fitiJc B
Pepper they dislike him and tha!'. (Kit .,... I '..'..''' I'n.1 bur new dog Pete- has taken ; '
Cap'n John's Quick Fried
leeatn Frozen
35c p kg.
get ver
an ,
L Whefl.L sett o our new home even before ; per ,or
For instance he is roundly I de'fibufifcca .p y tm Bet i.1> t..t fefices in kiSotl shape, we'WMito&ia&v&fi we can get into it. It app artUii 3
medical profession: as being i ii fjft'or">' 6'f'' f : t8 t & ebii p'le ht P\UJ talvQs. thkt he has a notion: that it is a .11.x. FOR

ized medicine" .-. whatever tha4 Is = i aH ._* a0a, eta j)i H cfi iiri ,iiise G ii fine dog house we are building
have yet to hear"a satisfactory1eM&tti6nV Se'fc t. I I ( .'f' g b'ilt somehow without hurting his -1 ,
"
ator Pepper, has said time Snfl $fflM{ hS J is ; t1iit tW yrff go'i.e t sr tender feelings, welllet him know Fish $
not in.favorofan; ; re'gifSeritatiSfl! i 6i flojfto'fl' .:; f ftJ tint th aftc' is ah.ma'1s o likettom- tiiat U it's a dog house, it's for us, tiCkS }

in favoroti'sdhe nailSflat mwRM-} hot him
form of =1 '
raising the *
of
aurance. WI' aree' with him that lfHj.*b'fid !fee t Jhf V6ojst I ia ,r
d. mit wwe'r gdiog to )lave ,
hear the expression
E
C L
1 .Yot've
a good thing- for how'a persbfi lit M&tif c'ff: ecea'ft s6' tightfirstthat. a fhfii "ripe old age". Our old pal Leo kr;: i '
cumstance s..can. afford\the luktify' iif ilttessl t iti-! tb'b c&"t gel f hiI.
has it, and
to
lived see now we.
day is nuJre than we can'unde'rswtftfl.
i Drew P aro: author f the vflde 1j itd'0v'tix ii ii'et pro je ct' .we have" in k"now what it means. He never .

ington M -G.Round reports. .(initt << ctfnVffiftte' {t ifr1lJ ts a ::1>' 4.ji ilo"'. fie got was a rose, especially in wet ".

Called "The .Florida Committee for Belter G6v etaite$ tninsung aooui it when weather, but now, as another ex- S E .; : ; Special Jane Parker C
inspecting our cd hog pen, and pression goes, "he smells to highif -
"
rnmel1t !eomposed wholly of doctors, has been zy
,
all goes well we may take the Heaven!" '
organized ,for-the- ]|>riinary: purpose of defeating ; : PL
enator Pepperbecause, as chairman of the com- :
mittee on wartime* ieirlth and education during .
World W r'1r, 'Pepper ct th6red many medical ADJn gf .' y \ y jfr' 1a '.t

i11i and now' favors letting veterans get none ; E ih
: PIES '
serVice disability. ,'care. in veterans- hospitals. ?f? Lk ; r 4y w -- _-J/

I. "How do you feel about the Hill-Burton Act The
CARL HIIM
Which Pepper co-authored i in] 1937?", Pearson By_ _

asked the '.chairman of the; doctors' eomniittee..f ..
I haven't lived with a dog Past ,
jThe Hill-BurtonAitprovidesfederal funds that
long tnough yet to discover why
have made possible the 'Bradford County Hospital in tarnation they have to dig $
r and thousands of ethers m towns that could holes. It's understandable when,
pot have possibly have-had them oth'erwisefr! they:have a bone that heredityimpels [Edited'B'Alic&MCCU'vey'l. : :3mn : '

\ "I'm not qualified to make' d flat statement on them to bury against a The local women sent 35 cans ; ROASTED PEANUTSr
PAY'A&P
rainier the
rainy day (and the
that. ItfKSflfve tV. JtudV ft artf\fllyr tie chaW- man replied.i the deeper the holes) fruits pickles' ,jellies' and marmalades t
? to the World's Fair in Chicago -
"Do you consider'.the Hhl-Barton .Ac{ socialJstic l-, ..But, bones or no bones my in the fall of 1933. Women $ 8-ounceBag 19c I

? the chairman was ased.-- l litle(spotted collieterrierp ma. taking part were Mrs. ,D. W.. '

J "I'rt.against A.6it of Pepper's" Mea and Muld driven 1in t to by dig some* holes mysteriousJn4 for the 'sheer,- Moore, Mrs. S. H. Dodd, Mrs FloySullivan !

have to .pta>Iyl i if carf6fuHy/ :dliufrman'.r'fp'liect< delight (or ,heck)' of it, with and Mrs. Tom Brown,
: die nothing bXit 'his inquisitive all of Theressa: Mrs. M. L. Wat-
now do feeT about National Heart Iii bury
you tersonf, Mrs. B. Saxon, _Mrs. F.
snoot. I
stitute.-,- which Senator fepper. co-authored?"- Dyer, all> of Hampton; Mrs.-M. P. .
'F
Pearson asked.,! with,'BY do the way; has aught e.ny one old! 1 Jo hand so Matheney Mrs..L. Waters, Mrs. S. k RIPE! BANANAS pound 1 OC

,- "I don't concur in Pepper's opinion on that dig one g'h the ',dirt .he d M Mot all of Brooker; Mrs. J.
either," the chairmani'epliQd\ excavates'will fill'up the hole C. .Jones, Miss Rosa Moore and

"H6\v dori: you feet f about>! the i iristftute'.for sftidy| jUst behind hini? .... Mrs.bronn: Alice: and Mrs.Pattee.L. Johns all of of.Heil-New
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of the'-cause and: cure of Arthritis, blifsit and' River.
to I wouldn't trade my" little pounds
2 29c
TOMATOES
RIPE
rheumatism,' 'which Pepper helped'pioneer? town, S.
earsbn pur si>d. "Flat a dozen Enipire.state, Bradford County, falling In line .
Again an .eVa'sive' reply. : with the rest of Florida, voted
s.1vithh cities ((3
a thousand almost )
two to
:: one" for the repeal .
"Do believe that favors socializedmedicine
j you because.he passed Pepper bills creating-the'National "Of crates.My buildings.! pn { ion. Florida was the 33rd state ,to LETTUCE 21 large 29c
Heart Institute, the National I De'ntal Institute :; little' town's )Just big' vote' for repeal, with three more ;t ts
and 'the' other health instituWsr Pearson enough, states necessary to bring about

asked: "For me to feel a part, the repeal of the 18th amend- 11
'
"We just don't' like'his ideas 'Ve don't agree "Aid yet it is just small p : ,
Mth his peiplesthe chairman concluded. 'enough L 'd t r-
1 'then Itt '* "T hold C11' )
Obviously n. doctors' organization is .
fighting ,to, Mop;the election of the 'man* who, M'friffM. .j "X j fv x.Stuffed

when in the Senate, helped pioneer a long list of .
research projects which functioning* under the

Public Healtn Ser m iee at Be'thesda, Md., have Olives
helped: improve'the nation health. The Nation t r O WI J ';; r 7Gci ; I IA SUttANAPeanut
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al l HeartJnltitlite ftlbwfhas developed a medicine

that has decreased by 24 er cent deaths froftr 22; 1958 t l i

hardening' or the. arteries. Editor Telegraph ii. 4'' riCI *"?.: Butter
i They are'fighting. FOR the:elect fon of Senatbf t would like' to taleJtbAs opportunity # itllUi J 4r

Holland whoonly recently Voted against any increase to tell the vbters and t .
worthy cxents'U1at the''ad ivantages t j
my op
in funds''forcancer ;
research:
I have in using" radio, cars and g ..t t bJ .:;;} ,'tj"1J JK
That is why we feel that much of the" :
oppose-
for my political campaign..wOUld ) i i
lion to Senator .Pepper is unreasoning' and un- be an* unfair' gesture.: Without, i Sail A&P
i Bright Laundry White MeatS'TARCH
justified. of course, offering'the same'equalrights / live-red d : ,
Jiis these'health :'to my op Ositlon.: ,
; support_ program's"'is' J*st' '
one of the..manyreasons: we hkve concluded that, Therefore, at this tune, to' the' i ,i TUNA

m the broad over-all picture the convictions* public charge to interest them; 'I and am' without making I 'volume'' sales and!l' ; i I

Senator Pepper; on domestic issues especially this media available'to the opposition I t if
raorfc-ifefirly coincide' With"o rs"than"d'o the'bi- on ah 'equal time'ba3is.'t'tiltr t r 4E : "1 : I 1 112
fnteresUf ,' .rlng' conVictionS'of Senator Hol 1- My intent is to 'use radio far* ens to S J : gal 2Sc 7-oz can 29c

land.. : announcements nbt 'to exceed"one' I ;

I minute duration, plus three4: 15- o ex rx ,, .\ '. ,
minute, campaign speeches.- If, H'I N =t
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> DdtJBLfe HEADER coming: up. Election! ddu1 1 my a friend worthy or someone opponents'WouldIr else'to; spear \\l Jane Parker Delicious Reg. 55c Val., Now Only

Lie header;that -is: Due to' achaHge"! i ''elution' In: their behalf, I feel this'.would on 'tour' neiV: P',!+ :
b ws, the First Detnofcratic1 Pr mary'a d' the fair.
only II IIbe
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S tarke'City" ect( on'ill both"} be held .next Tuesday I Yours sincerely, new or' used Ca> ORANGE CHIFFON CAKE 41

Sept.; &) Dorft'vote''in! one and-forget the Sam Zack. Candidate, .
tther. Be sure to vote in both!
City Council Group 1. check wit h' '
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CARD OF THANKS : Prices in this ad effective Thru

,.' -- auf h. DUTCH 2 for 29c Sat., Sept. 6 t:
; TE': AbivCRtiJ;CJ1 TELEG RApH. We are sincerely grateful .to gar your ,
BT.U71. waK.7 Mtnxj on ttnnr, sxtf t*;
-l -' friends and neighbors and the Nut.Strained:

: I } F i oiii )l'8 i.msJ' WEEKIT NEWSP -' 'Highland: Baptist Church for their \ er. r:"I FOOD, 6 for 59c 1 '

't, 1'0 .t fVtt 'TBU6BED COJCTIJJOCStt. ', many kind acts $f sympathy dur-

4'r" n MX VHE::''silifK: 1u'8'r t1b.' I ing our ad bereavement:,Our apDEALER. AND FACTORY i Cooking and Salads- M etui AIUMIK MCVIC. HA taWwr

h llilf'f11Fde1":'&Jrhi' \ ili"eeY". le."'Lllp'"w.tt ..1. preciaUon"' cannot be. 'ad quat f1 i. 30 JIONTkS S 'OIL, qt.; boll 61c 412 CaD Si. Starke, Fla.
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....... .......mnrrttF but is back at work carrying our .the turkey Hazel had cooked and evening. J. L. St1rct and delivered Your vote and support will Da

mail again this ;weet. We were we understand the turkey and "all message.-the.. text being Mat- greatly, appreciated._LA VERM H. OUTLAW. BOBBINS'

CLAY HILL sorry to learn he has a cancer on the trimmins"! 'were eaten. thew 27:19. There were,,some very i -
. the right cheek but hope the Mrs. 'Chism was not with us deep thoughts given us on this FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER FOURTo ,

. kj Mr*. J. L. IStrtekJaad.t&AAA&A&Ai&&A&A& treatment he has been* taking has .Sunday in, Sunday School and text, and the service was. very Bradford my County friends: and voters ot
the cancer healed for all time. church It 'was Homecoming day solemn and all were deeply impressed I hereby announce for reelectionto

... Two insurance 'men. workingfor 'I at the old home' church in Georgia by this"mesage. Sunday ii" ,. i the from Board District of County Four.Commissioners Having I 1 1fjdvance

. A bridal 'shower was given' by the Independent Life insur- ; and they live right by the morning Rev. Chism delivered the served on your board for several I
krs. Lee Moore for her brother L. ance, Mr. Carl Saunders and his I i church so she was persuaded to message his text being Luke,7:50. Soil Conservation' perience years and, it I has feel given that me 1 am the qUal-ex- COAl

J. Padgett and wife,Gertie Aug. director Mr. Lewis came to attend services there. This too was a very sincere. and :N-E-W-S ified for the Job. ly you vote for and
28. L. 'J.s, .the son of Mr. and Stricklands, as well as to see other We are sorry to learn that one solemn message and both messages -' -,SoU Conservation Service tiring support in me my I efforts will strive to do without a good ,
Mrs. Lunnie' Padgett Gertie is folks in this neighborhood and of our friends Zettie Padgett were very enlightening.! All Job as I have tried to do In th.
By Bill Haas ,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jim found someone who can talk has a tumor but the doctors think who missed these serViCes'reaUjmissed past.-Thanks.JESSIE R. CHASTAIN.
Neman. They were married some as much as he can. so they had they can reduce or perhaps heal great blessing. Remember, The District's,rotb-cycle moweris $SALEShopporfunify
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little time ago [but we didn't learn I one grand time talking! Our ad- this tumor by Sister Zettie adhering we have prayer meeting Wednes- still working hard. Those that A POLITICAL I
this until last' week!] Gertie received I vice to Carl is, if he wants to talk strictly to her diet and taking day evening at all of the churches used ,it are Lunz Starling Sam ANNOUNCEMENTDear

a number of nice gifts at I any stay away from these two the medicine. We hope they are around here Sunday School every and A.-, B. Whitehead, and J. B. Friends: !
this shower. other men, he sure didn't have right. Sunday morning and preaching White. Everyone 'talked with I wish to announce that I.am a Weekend Specials

A stork shower was given Mr. much chance to say much on this The men folks worked every Sunday morning and evening. All lately stated they are getting bet candidate for City Councilman

and Mrs.. Charles Lang Saturday occasion! evening last week after church,. are invited and. urged to attend. ter pasture by 'controlling" the Group 2. ,I was born and raised

night, Aug. 30, at Charles' parents We saw Clarence Lang in this finishing the class rooms in back. Faye England and children weed growth. Most of the weeds in Starke am 32 years old. mar- Ladies'
home, Mr.' and' Mrs Richard. neck of the woods last week with cf the auditorium the Highland spent a part of the:,day Monday are almost ready 'to seed-out so ried to the former Jeneva Mc-
Lang his fishing pole and some bait church. They report good progressin with the Whitehead family of if you get them cut down now the Ateer of Tampa Florida and the
'The finger that was reported cut going to the branch to try his the work. Clay Hill, brought home some peanuts seed will not'have a chance to father of two sons aged 3 and LONG COATS

)Jafit week has healed-but we can luck fishing. We wonder if he Ellen Norman [Lacy's wife] of and, had a .feast of boiled spread. 7. I am a graduate of Bradford tn''

still- make mistakes! caught any he.could enter in the Highland was scalded last week peanuts. 1 High School the. University of Values to $40
School started last week} a't Clay fishing contest? and had to be taken to the hos- Well, Bessie Strickland hasn't A complete soil and water conservation Florida School of'Pharmacy and '

urn and it seems that all of the 1 I The Carson Griffis family, at pital Friday but we understandshe tried hunting any yet but .the farm plan was prepared I the United States Treasury Agent
youngsters were glad to report to Highland' had a house full of will return home again Wed squirrels are hunting her so, she for F. L. Watterson on his farm School in Washington D. C. I ama

school' We hope they are as anXious company for dinner Sunday her nesday of this week if all goes goes put, looks up in the pecan located in the New River, section. veteran of World War n, having I e
to l learn as they are to play. brother Donnie and family and well. She 'is having :'quite a time trees'until she finds Mr. Squirrelyou e e served in the Air Force and ama $

Our mail man, Sidney Harris others whose names we failed to with sickness...but' ;we hope she guessed it! she shoots! and An inventory of soil and water member of the Elk's Club, the
faxs been off duty for two weeks get, but they didn't fail to get can recover 'after this: down comes the squirrel. They resources of the Bradford Soil Rotary Club and American Legion.At a. .. <
i-- Mrs. Albert Norman.was 'taken are sure working'on the few pecans Conservation District Is in the the present time I am the -; e o- ,

sick in Sunday School and had to we have this year, it looks process of, .being made. The inventory owner and operator of Flynn's
be rushed to the doctor. The last like the only way to have any is made by classifyingthe Drug Store and as a retail merchant -
we heard' she 'was much better, pecans at all is to watch the trees 'soils on 160 acre blocks of I am vitally interested in
let Uncle Sam Deliver Your but still very weak. day and night so we are doing land throughout the District.i the welfare''' and progress of our

Hulen Herndon's infant son of our best! but it gets tiresome From these samplings will be determined city At this time when the cities
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Highland was very sick Sunday believe it or not! the' conservation needs of our state are growing at the
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Bank Deposit! with infected bronchial tubes ot the District. Similar surveysare fastest rate in their history I feel {s

.. and other chest and throat trou TTYvVfff VVf VVVy??????TT'BROOKER being carried out .over the that Starke is definitely falling ; Use our Lay-Away. A

ble. We hope he will soon recover. entire nation as a part of the Na- behind. With a more PROGRES- ti
Carson Qrififs of Highland was tional,-Conservation Needs Inventory .. SIVE administration of our city 3 .Ii Small Deposit will lay these
too sick with a cold to. attend government. I feel that Starkecan
7 IN get a greater share of "the trkt Coats away. Shop early
t1 church services Sunday.. We miss ;
-.? By Barbara Sue DavtaAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA C. H:Young and A. L. Furman a
'h't him very much as he is one of the Soil Conservation Service SoU new citizens and industry that and SAVE!
faithful ones who attends regularly ScientistsOcala: is In charge of are moving to Florida each

when he is able to do so. Mr. and Mrs. Pick Raulersonand the soil surVey work and is ably month. I believe that our city
JK Mr. and Mrs. Cl rence- Knight sOns and Mrs. Rachel:Green assisted by Wallace T. Jacobs government along with our coun-

went from church' Sunday. to their visited friends and relatives in Jr.. University of.Florida. Exten- ty government should spearheadthe LADIES' as
daughter's home) in" Starke to Clermont over the weekend.Mr sion Soil Scientist move to obtain new Industry
spend the remainder of the day. for our area which will help' us 100% Orion
p and Mrs. G. W. Davis and Upon completion, the inform- build
a greater and
l\- We unde1'tand'Jariett.is'not well more prosperous -
children and Mr. and Mrs. Joe ation, oh these maps wm be sum- i
future for Starke. aiq-
so naturally'tley! wished to know ,
Vickers of marized and added'up to providean
Alachua the
how she is. she is the only daughter spent estly solicit your support and votein
aJ. weekend at Salt Spring. inventory of the soil and water the CardiganSWEATERS
1 but.daughter, or son we par- coming'election.George
i ofour entire nation.
resources'
Harold King left 'for' Mount
ents are.nxlous'to. know how B. Flynn Jr.' ,M ,
And from this inventory we can
one is.: Vernon": HI. Tuesday.;.He plans-to [Pd. Pol. Adv.l
Remember Sunday School at attend college in Illinois. determine,, conservation needsof
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.. these resources. VOTE FOR %
10 o'clockSunday morning at Mr.; and Mrs. L. W. Barry'and HITFV SSvEAT
Branch Mr. Allen attended the I FOR CHIEF OF POLICE
Long church preachingat Connely
It's a cinch to Bank-By-Mail -, During the time
Rites 'of
Thursday ray. law' en-
11 o'clock, Training Union at Polk reunion held at Poe Springs forcement work with the Police Department -
I .. just mail itl! 7 p. m. Also the Johnny Masters Sunday. Mr..Connely is spending For Walter R. HinesIn and the Sheriffs DepartmEnt L99

The man in the star-spangled will sing at the Long Branch the week with 'the. Barrys. Graham Church like I of am the fully City qualified of Starke for the I Job.i feel. ]

that, receive it church Sunday evening after Mrs. Eldon Hardee;and daugh- i am running for this office strictly
; hat will see we *
All invited to en my own, and I am not obligatedto
I swift and safe Training Union. are ters of St&irke had supper- with Walter Raven Hines; 51) of Gra- any certain one. Only to the Assorted Colors
" .' attend. Mrs. Mattie Barry Monday. ham 'died as the result of a Heart voters of the City of Starke.I .
, .' Use Bank-By-Mail.forms. We just wonder what was wrong Mrs., Mattie Barry Mrs. --Bessie have lived in Starke all of my .
vfliQe .at work
our
: ,ttacl( : Tuesday life, and am a member of the' Christian Size 32.40ROBBINS'
., Ie Sunday at the Highland church Brown Mrs. Mary Green and morning.; Church. I am veteran of World
.' i, that we did not' have'more pre- Mrs. Nanny Gainey 'visitedMrs.. War II and have served with the
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: F Born at Bell, In-Gl bmt.County Starke Police Department about eight
, FLORIDA Bank sent. After the revival,we 'thoughtwe Ruth .Akin'of 'BeU Sunday on March 27,.1907'Ms parentswere years steady.' During' months of
would have the house full for Craig Wood; of Jacksonville late'James'I. that time I served Assistant Chief.
the and Elizabeth
One of 28 Banks ta'CTV .tSt irlcJ School and also.for both '- Also, anyone who wishes can searchmy
Sunday spent; the weekend with.the W. E. Osteen Hines. THe was a record during the-time of my law
( "' the Florida National *, preaching services '-but we just Bigham .Jr. >family at Crescent member of: the Graham Baptist I.enforcement work. I. worked 10
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Group .... had 55 present for Sunday School Beach. The Bighams took Craig Church. .1.months Sheriffs as Department Chief Deputy ,for the I
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I Anyway our Junior boys'w n the home Sunday If elected to this:post I will serve,
Member Besides his,wife,. Mrs. Beatrice the people of the of Starke with
; Federal Deposit Insurance_ Corporation attendance banner 'and we had 'Les Hardee of,Parria Island. S. City
.. Observed Starling Hines,.he is.survived by honesty, fairness, and impartiality. I
.. 41 100 percent members. We C., was visiting here Sunday. eight brother ,and five sisters. Your vote and -support will be' 'The Store of Values"On

.n'. ,the Lord's supper Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes spent Funeral'' services were Held 'in greatly appreciated.Your friend, "
the weekend with Mrs Torrie Sweat
Riley -
the Graham' Baptist Churcn
v Johnson of Alma, Ga. Thursday at. 2:30 p.m.1th Rev. ,

: Rev. James 'Temple Prank W. O. Collins, and ,Rev, S. E.
Ii' TAIL Tenney Bobby Dyle. 'John and Sparks officiating. September 9th Do Your He MIL'
Terrel Green -took a group of Burial was in Antioch Cemeterynear
young boys to the scrub for a LaCrosse under the direc- Part To Help Elect
: "COME! camping, trip, Prida'' night. tion of DeWitt. C..Jones Funeral y Take a stand on all i Issues -

y Glenda Parker and Beverly Home. u coming before the
Green'visited friends in Lake City Lavern 0 Outlaw\ T Board of County Com

, SAVE SAVE SAVE Sunday afternoon.Mr. POLITICAL j -. II. missioners.
, '- ..and Mrs. H. H. Coleman
" of'Gainesville.-Mr and Mrs.-J. T. ANNOUNCEMENTS YOCBCounty
ON THESE'SHOPPOTUNITY '9. Sowell and children Mr. and MrsL. .'
He WILL
, L. Parker, and Miss Shirley .HAZEN,EXPRESSES Commissioner .
Overturf and children had lunch ,
WEEKEND with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell THANKS TO VOTERSI '. :.s DISTRICT ,FOUR, Serve all the people of

Monday. take this method of i/xpress- the County to the best

Mrs. V. V. Hazen of Starke viSited ing my:deep'appreciation to the of his ability.
JAX SPECIALS AT KOCH'S JAX Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell Sun-- citizens of ,Starke for returningme Let A Business Man Handle Your County's

PRICES! PRICES! day. to the office of City Council Business

... rMEN'S New River.Baptist.. Church 'had man. Group 3. without opposition.The He WILL
a hamburger fry Saturday night.: confidence you have shown Elect A !Man That Will Be A Leader In
Everyone enjoyed the occasion.A encourages s me to continue my
: ] $1.00 < Tubes MEN'S 1.50 miscellaneous shower was best efforts for our'city 'and its Promoting The Progress Of Your County Strive to promote the

given' for Mrs., Allen Lewis of citizens. If 'at any time' I can' be progress of the' County.
: STRETCHSOCKS '-' BELTSRubbing Gainesville formerly Miss Nell cf service to you. individually or

53c Oliver .of .St. Augustine, Friday collectively please,eel free to Young
) "" night at the Brooker Community call on me. Progressive He will NOT

Center. Refresments of punch, Yours Sincerely
,: 'Colgate .a cake nuts and mints were served: T. C. I Cliff 1'.Hazen Jr Experienced Businessman
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Be a fence straddler.t
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to approximately guests. -
FOR COUNTY COHUSSIONERDISTRICT
T O .O'T- H r Hostesses were Mrs. Cecil Marvin TWOI Remember Elect An
Outlaw/
,, Mrs. Bill Bigham. Mrs. T. hereby announce my candidacyfor Help
L. County :Commissioner. DIstrict
W. Markey Mrs; James Temple Two.' If elected 1 promise to give He wl NOTserve

,PASTE Miss.Shirley Green, Miss Annette service faithful to'energtle this important;altd conscientious office. 1 That .i is honest fair impartial, and will
Green Mrs. Wilson Green and will at alt times b.,ready to confer -
-- Mrs. Frank Tenney. and advise with my constituents the whole county to-the best of his Make any. promises in

49 89c Carolyn and Sue McDavid and my and district work' 'for ands the.the best county Interest as of a I ability. order to influence votes.
9ac .
Tour and
whole. vote support on
Barbara Sue Davis were in Gain- Sept. will be deeply appreciated.A. .
esville Thursday. ,- ...$. WH1TKHKAU.
Joan Campanella returned home FOR COUNTYCOSISUSSIONER-' .- His experience as a businessman He will NOT. ,
after vacationing for the past few DISTRICT TWO

-Alcohol 3-Cell Flashlight weeks. She visited Jean Endicott I take candidacy this means, for je-eiec of announcing will be an asset to the county' Be influenced by any political
Thursday night. I lion as County Commissioner, District -
9 Two in the primary. electionof group.
5.95 LAMPS WITH BATTERIES Sept. .. My years of experience
Pint
19c Rev. James Call on the board will- be valuable In

'. 98c Will Fill PulpitAt term of to administering the re-elect county I shall me,'and always for I business Just am welcome asking one affairs more you the Before You Vote He Asks You To Consider His

Aluminum Foil }} Presbyterian advice and counsel of my friends
12 Assorted
and shall do-all within my powerto
carry out'their wishes for 'tne
: 29cSketch 1.95 Rev. James Call, missionary to best InUrest of all the people of
COMBS Africa, will preach at the tmorn- our eounty. Qualifications
-E.'L. (Lawton) CRAWFUKU
., ing service' ''the First Presbyterian -
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For Every Member of Church this Sunday,, At I FOB O'CNTY. C03Y13SIONEBDISTRICT

Koolers c4 The FamilyOnly29c the evening service, 7:30 .p.- ml:? I II, '.I hereby announce TWO my candidacy, : :.j:' Lavern Outlaw to exercise
'. he win describe. his work and show for County Commissioner District urges you your..
Ohe-Third OFF Two (North Starke) subject to the :.
and'the work ..v Right to Vote 9. '
slides of the area will of the voters in the Democratic on September ., "
he serves. primaries. If elected to this responsible ,
1"
,.' office I promise to give my "
of
Mr. Is the
t Call a grandson
best efforts
toward '
PRESCRIPTIONS are our main business Three Pharmacists to late, Rev. L. W. Kickliter. promi- Impartial administration a progressiveand of the ,_ .FOR FREE and COURTEOUS TRANS- .

nent Baptist minister of this area. ty affairs as a of whole.my district Your votand and the coun-support r / PQRTATION to the Polls Call WO 4-4684.

serve you Day and Night. With our large volume of. prescription His liter father also lived the late here.James:and Kick-his will be greatly--Ewen appreciated.' Lawson ti'. .: or WO 4-5341 '

mother, nee Vivareet'' Hoyd.- !is," ;
business we can give the.BEST FOR LESS. FOR ,COTOTT COMMISSIONER!
you i. v, \, relative of the N. T. Ritch family. DISTRICT FOnt
I am ,announcing my candidacy
Before leaving the states as a
for County Commissioner: District
missionary to Africa Mr. Can Not ... and I am running solely for
the interest of all the people ot Vote For OUTLAW
attended Columbia, Bible College
Bradford County.. 1 am not running
KOCH and.Columbia Theological Semin- for any individual '01' group otptople.
Drug StoreFree The' only promise'that 1
ary. He has served a six year term. will make is that,'I will serve aU
a? missionary. the people of the County te the *
The public ,is invited to attend i fee best fair of 'my honest ability faithful and that impartial I will QualiliedTo Do The Job Our. County-' Deserves
'A and Just to all. tile people of ,the \
each' of these services Sunday i
: TuckDelivery: \ ...- /4'i i\j\i \ 1 Phone'WO 4-4401 free will offering will be receivedfor i county.I am. I'member- of- the.'Mason's., (Pd. Pol. Adv.) .

the mission'work in which the: Eastern Star.' Shrine Elks American
,., Legion and (he First Baptist
Call are engaged ,_... __ I Church $f Surke. '

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Mist J da Swef = r M1ss'AhitA "Isfael' Brownie Scouts i iTo

I ITt' Weds T.' L; HafUey Honor Guest Meet Sept. 9

+ In UainesviHe-. \.1 r At Lovely 'ShowerMiss t The Brownie Scouts will hold

l. their first fall meeting Tuesday
Misa Joan SweVney of Gaines- 'Anita Israel -"wtjose mar-
afternoon, Sept. 9, at 3:30 o'clockat
y \ifie and Thornton Hartley of riage, to' Jimmy. Wells was an .
Mrs.J.
t tJ ts the home of their leader.
LjO'ngwood were.united.in'marriageAugust : event of Sunday, was the inspiration D. Warren, 321: N. Myrtle ave.
29, at 1 p.m First for .a lovely bridal shower
ftltdya loots){ f 4 to!!1.th'e New registrants must be accom-
..... "' J_ '1 'L A _._ .. ... .. .'.'.6 1 Christian Church. jpf Gainesville l given last Friday evening at theJ. panied .by their parents. New
in a simple but beautiful oere- E. Wall Jivhpme on .N. Walnut If
Woman''s Club Junior Woman s Cl u bHas' mony. Rev.' j. .tveritt Moore- of- street Hostesses for the. affair'' I interested leadersare contact urgently Mrs.needed.Warren.
ficiated. Traditional wedding were Mrs. J...E. Hildeoran, Mrs.
Will Open* Season program, Change music was piayed\ {Jby the cBurchciganist L. D. Haines, airs..J. 1+. Wall Jr., GRADUATESMiss

Next 1 I throughout the ceremony.The .I )irs. il, D. Elder.Mrs. J. t;. Har- Beta Sigma PhiThe
Wednesday The program for the Thursday bride's: only attendant washer s>RF l qcf dy, Mrs. \\\ B. Mundy and Mrs. PatSy Kucera I left] and
I night meeting of the:Junior Wom Beta Sigma Phi sorority
The Starke Woman's Club will an's'Club has been changed. The 1 I sister Miss Norma: ,Sweeney: I D. R.r Devrick. Miss Barbara Colley graduated will meet :Monday evening, Sept
holi\ meeting next I and \V J. Hartley Jr. served( his .. ... Arrangements of mixed sum
J Its just FaIt be I "
week
? guest speaker will .Fir- Chief '' last from Nurses School at j f at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs
afternoon at 3:30: brother as best man. ;. ,, mer flowers were used to adv'ant1ge -
Wednesday D. W. Carpenter who Will speakon .. vita Yi:,F Charity Hospital' in New Orleans.j Gene long, 626 W. Madison street,
A in the Wall home
('clock in the club house with the Fire Prevention in tne Home. white hat and accessories tr -f1r x ; decorating Mrs. Robert Barksdale as
Both young ladies are graduatesof :with
Citizenship department under accented the brid 's black and for the occasion. The refreshment -

lira. Ruby Johns, in charge of the white suit and she carried" a toridal i'b table in the sunroom .was Bradford High School. I co-hostess. j

program WCTU Meeting Held corsage of blush roses and car- ,, '! ., overlaid with a white organdy.
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i Tabernacle AnnexThe halidns. The maid of honor wore ,. cloth poised over yellow linen..
( The program has been arranged In j. '"..;
tangerine with white "accessories ,U.;, e ? ( TelTow gladioli and greenery in a ekFri.
in
by the, City Recreation Board of'hich 1' 3'' I .Share the Pi r.ts
August meeting of the local and carried a corsage of T3se budsand silver bowl formed the centerpiece
Joe Gray ,is chairman. WCTU was held last l \ Hostesses for the meeting will in the,. Tabernacle annex Daughter of Airs. M. C. SWeen-I with burning yellow tapers.
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tie; Mrs. R. E. Edmondson. chairman with Mrs. Florence Hippie, presid-I ejr of Gainesville and formerly of kt9. p. : Silver ccmpotes and trays held

? Mrs L. S. Hutto Mrs. Shelfc'e !- ing. Mrs. Fred Sacher Jed the I' H .mpt nJ.lrs..Hartley. is a.grad-: nuts, mints and dainty cake

c Hall; AIrS: S. .I!;. Simmons Mrs. devotional and closed with prayer. I hate of Bradford Higa and presently : squares. The punch bowl at a

R. R. Ahdrews, Mrs.: W. .I* Blair :'. Items of interest to temperance i .employed at, the Universityof I separate table was surrounded, rf!
)Irs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. Hobrt workers were read by Mrs. Mc- : Florid 1\tr. Hartley Is a .graduate a ;t 1fr' = with fern interspersed with white'
e3
* 'Shaller, Mrs., J. A. Griffin Lean. Reports,are being made to I of" Seminole High. Sanford gladioli florets.

Mrs G. S. Newcomb. Mrs l E. M. '! be sent to the State Conventionin and the University of Morida7 Tie I '. I' The receiving line stood in frontof

Davis, Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mrs. S.!I, Avon Park Oct. 6-10." was uhtil recently, employed by, '. '. the mantel in the living room J -- Sept. S b ONLY
A 1 ,
E. McMames, and Mrs. C. Refreshments were 'served at the Bradford County Telegraphand vihich had along runner of green-
Quick. 3 H'I the close of \the meeting. is now a staff, writer of the ery with arrangements of mixed -

\ Florida Times-Union in the : R summer: flowers at each end. :-:.
Gainesville area. I Standing in the receiving line were
.
After a short wedding trip to s Mrs. Mundy, Mrs Frank Lattan, .
the west,coast of Florida, Mr. and mother of the honoree Miss ..isaell 4.

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Mrs. -Hartley will reside at anN. 4 RECENTLY WED } ] and Mrs; Hildebran.. Greeting -

.-.E. 'Third Ave., Gainesville. guests ,at the,.door were, Mrs.
Mr. and 'Its. Rudolph Hut helOn are pictured after their Wall and.Mrs..Haines.: Mrs. Har-

R N v WMU Chaitrhen marriage in Hampton Christian (Church ,on'August.! 1.: Mrs. old.Ggdwin kept the guest.book

FORD Sales and Hutt"u!90n'i_ the former-Miss Joyce Beal. .The, hostesses. presented Miss -
For New Year Israel with, a silver, creamer!! and ; .
set,as a memento.of the occasion -
sugar
SERVICE HEADQUARTERS Read At Meeting Luncheon Given .. Local l Insurance I .

The First Baptist Church WMU At Dahkel. HomeThe Man-Studies Invited to calf between the appointed --

monthly ,luncheon was beld .Tuesday : hours, eight to ninep'clock ,
'
goon vat the church. Mrs. W. Daiiiiei home on' W._ Madison New Omaha Plan. : were about 100 guests.Driver's iCOStUMEto

Front End Alignments B. Muhdy.president, presided. The street was. the setting'for' 'a": S. R/JOnhs; 6f'Starke and 20 to

list of chairmen, for the<<;' new year lovely luncheon on Monday given other area representatives of Mutual -! LicensesOn )

was.jead.,,and voted on vj py membars. -. by..Misses ,Judy Dankel; Sylvia .of Omaha'' gathered in Jacksonville !

Motor Tune-ups :_ 1
1.- .. for the .cominj\ .year' .was Vivian Garcia. ,r study of an entirely hew health, '
welcomed by, Mrs.. Mundy.' The get-together was for l! and income protection insurance Driver's licenses for 1958-59 are .
Motor Overhaul The Helen Masters Circle was former senior classmates before on sale in the first floor hall of iJ
plan developed-by their *
company.
.4 .t. 1, in cha\-ge\ of the decorations and the. girls left for college this fall. Called the Golden! Anniversary the court house. Earrings

the program. The luncheon table was ,lovely! Plan in .Commemoration of thecompany' You must present your old
Automatic Transmission'.Repairs :Mrs. H. H. Hatcher Jr. and Mrs. i with a white linen cloth and centerpiece -
*
I s :.both, anniversary in j license and Die new will< be typed ( Necklaces
J. 'R, Chasteen presented the program I loses.Place cards )
of jed 3959,, it js said to ,present ,.an en-I for you,while.you wait.. No licenses -
I It' ,- "Keys That Open Doors, designated the seating arrange; rely hew coneept'ofiinsurance: will be made out ahead this
:
Undercoating the was closed with pray : *
meeting mefit.
.."based on the wants and needs ot year. The >same cost will prevail Bracelets
f. n,- t: er. the American public:' I'this year as recent years: $1.25

Brake Adjustments Kelly '_Reunion SetThe 1- Four exclusive features of the for operators and restricted operators -

1r Outdoor Supper Kelly family reunion will be i plan are: Family l income benefits,,I and $2.25 for chauffeurs.! BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE

I Is f Given 1 For held Sunday,Sept 7, ,at Heart,[ lifetime renewal safeguard pro-I After Sept. 30, all licenses will I
Window Glass Replaced > Visions lifetime (benefits featUre -
Trenton. be delinquent and an additional GET'SECON
Springs near Mr. and, PAIR FREE !
Orlando Visitors Mrs,J._ R.. Kelly. have been ntij'I ,_and a' special Jow-cost plan fee of. $1 ,will be charged. They,
!which be tied in with the..1 will ;
may be on sale at the regular
fied of the reunion,, and asked tol I
'Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonof
Welding pew disability 'benefits under The courthouse hours of 8:30 to 5 on
contact
:all Kellys in for
this.area
Orlando who spent the weekend II
new
Social Security law A hospital -
Monday through Friday and from:
,vWith their son-in-law: and the .affair, I "a
is also
l insurance policy
8:30: to lZ ,noon on Saturdays. 1 BULLINGTON
tt
Tallor-Made Seat Covers daughter, Mr. ana Mrs. Charles part\ of the special Golden Anniversary .
; >. Meister, were honored at a picnic ELECTION-D.\Y BOOTHSSPONSORED Plan. On entering the courthouse to ,
buy your-license, follow the signs
BY PTAThe
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supper last Friday eveningg1V n ,Mr, Johns said that a series ,of
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Studio &
because the, desks will be in the GiftShop
lUiddleton and Mr.
by Miss.:Madge ads"will be"ruh ''elegrapnto ,
in, The .
Bradford High'School FfTA[ ( hall, not in the Judges office.
L..Matthews at the
E.
and Mrs. acquaint the people' 'of thiS J
FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS Lake 8ummer..home ,of will sell cold drinks, coffee; sand-
Kingsley I-!
area with provisions _of the new ---
wiches, cup cakes, candy etc. at
the latter.
Invited to attend were a few the.court house and also at the I,.I program.. ., -- -

Have your repair work done where you get Profit- close friends of the honored coup city, hall on election day, Tuesday,I .. Share the r- Profits in Starke
'
Sept 9 The.public is invited to

Sharing',Coupons with 'each $1' Service or Paris.., ,le.The Fuffet supper was served patronize the booths tor the bene-r ..DEBV

I ti ely the terrace where,,the table t f the PTA.Funeral. i A

_.. MS overlaid with-a .req, checked! f -K. 'J' :

cloth and (Centered, with. an:;,4 arrangement HeldY +. --

'Share the Pr fitstn1d' ; tai "' of.",..Eugiv! mums and For J. D. McCormick J Fri. Sat. == Sept. 5; 6

.marigolds.;k* At Evergreen DOUBLE FEATURE .-

.* 'MAGIP FIRE
Wesleyan GuildThe John D. McCormick, 85, of Mac- '
Yvonne lie Carlo.and Carlos
\ '4( Y Fq Wesleyan' Service Guild, clenny< died Sunday. .Aug. ,U,- at ;jThorapxm;
the home of his, daughter, Mrs.
Unit>2-will hold their.Septembermeeting ,' AND
Ola Belle Burnett, at". the State
at the home of Mrs. Wayne :
4
Farm. He had been in ill Health THE SHEEPMANGlenn Fri
Haines .. nearWaW&, at Tf Sat. J, -
o'clock, Tuesday Sept. 9. A bar. for'some tinie.: .Ford Shirley MacLaine
SEPT.
FRIDAY SATURDAY iMr. McCormick was' :born in 5, 6
.- SEPT. S.js t>ecu Ii'upper. will "precede. the 1'.Ut Serial Chapter 11. and Cartoon -
Georgia Jan. 26, 1873.' He
"" on wasa
meeting: for. Children. .
i I retired farmer and. a member .

HANDSOME DESK GROUPING I of the Heilbronn Springs Baptist SUN., MON., TUES. S GEM JEWELRY

Executive Board Church. Sept. 7, 8, 9 a 5ooi'
i Besides Mrs. Burnett he is survived DOUBLE FEATUREGUNFIGHTER
The Executive hoard of the
INCLUDES .by jfoyr'. .other, daughters 0
First Bapttst Church met Tuesday -
Mrs. Mary Johns of LawteyMrs.Bessie : :
.Jii 11 a.m. at the church. Mrs. WIth'Ooie Younger FOOTBALL
Steele of West Palm Beach, PENDANTS
DESK W. B. Mundy president presidedover Mrs. Loreyne Johns of Hilliard AND

the meeting. Circle'members and Mrs. Lillian DuBose,(Of, ..MacI Sing.Boy Sing Y In e
were selected by .the chairmen. ..._ Sterling Silver
Blonde clenny two sons J. E. McCormick -
Mahogany or, ;
Meeting was closed with prayer. I Tommy Sands, Llli Gentle
both of Jacksonville; one Color 'Cartoon.for Children SHEAFFER With Neck Chain ) .ij
CHAIR step-daughter, Mrs.,- Hattie Mae Plus -- .., ...._..1I.
Girl Scout NoticeThe Monds of High Springs;, and two ""'e'd., Thur. -, Seot. 10- -11 SKRIPRITER PEN A School Girl"MUST" 1'm _

step-sons, John :M. Thomas of DOUBLE;;' FEATURE 0111 1 4 95
Desk LAMP Girl Scouts will hdld their Crescent City,* and'Albert R. on I. .

regular-meeting Friday afternoonat Thomas of New Orleans$, La. .Frankenstein 1970' ,
L.h.1 3:30: o'clock in the Methodist Funeral. ''services were held at \\1tU Boris. :KarloH,

Fellowship_ Hall. the graveside in Evergreen Cemetery 'And AN ELGIN": PRODUCTBULOVA'S
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)Monday August 25, at 3 Spy In, The Sky *
-,;:.. : Yw o'clock: with Rev. Walter," Lee .of wow!'
.' with:'Steve Br&cUIJ..
,
:.\
ficiating. Burial was in' the family 1 Watch only 19.95
Y plot under direction of DeWittC. Plus (Color Cartoon

-- ALSO -- .; 'M 1I. rt '. Jones Funeral Home. !


.DESK- BLOTTER. Up to, $50 Trade-in for Your

FOUNTAIN 'PEN'- HOW TO'PICK 'T' For The Old Watch m any make or conditionGirl


. or Boy
LETTER OPENER ;
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1, . '"7"" The Bradford County Hospital _,,
:DESK :CALENDAR announces. .the following births: f + i ,
Mr. and Mrs.. John Kemper Jr, *??-, ) ,
f of Hampton, a daughter, The1m< ONLY

; + Elizabeth Mr. and Sept.Mrs. 1.Harold crews'Starke. of! A WINNER i :1 i i- L. 4-pc. Bowl Set 1.49 1Prartirally


I ( 69.55)) twin boys Sept. 3. .. .' .. 29,75 Cnlreakalle
PIECES
i ALL 7 Regular Mr. and Mrs. Casper Sapp oi 1 1 Mudr .( Sri ,Wuidrr .
Plants "tttrlltt" Kala
Wayne, 1.
Starke, a son, Franklyn bow ('olorn. forHUNDREDS salad.
t Aug. 20. I s-_ .rt17 (.refs, S..pa, _)fhluj:
I l ELROD )ir. and Mrs. Noonen Bradley oi ,. .: .,..
::1 B. Jr.1 X J .
95 20.Starke, a son, Eddie Lucian Augi I .George :flyrin, ._ -- OF USES


Shopportunity Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patrick .

% Sapp,_Sr..ofjiLawtey, a son Rob+. _--. -' 1.._ ,

ert Lee, Aug., 20.
SPECIAL!

I uQNLY Mr. and Mrs.: Horace Stokes Jr CITY .CDUNGIL < co INTEREST CREDIT AT CASH PRICES NO CARRYING CHARGE
of Brooker, a daughter, peggj' ; -
20.

-- MONTH Sue Mrs.Aug.Anvil Gnffls and the .lat t J f ... ': '
$5 !QWN, $5 :; ;:.,:
Mr. Griff,,of Raiford, a daughter ,-' .

; Jo kvanst.Aug.. 26. & .
( GEM JEWELRY
"- '.GROUP.oNE 1

Mr., and Mrs. Robert Under l < ,
To' .. .
': '" 7''t
C. Elrod Furniture Co. .
Harry of. Melbourne.. jannounce Ute birth .. ,
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cf a son Robert Willard; on Aug* (Pd. Pol._.Adv.) _. 109 E..Call Street Phone WO 4.5211
218 Temple Ave. Starke : 1
fla. 27. at Doctors Hospital.! Mrs. Un .
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derill is the former Doris Moncnet! f---: I
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71iti.q\y. SEPT. 4. 1938 muimnm (rsnrvrr TTT.WOWAPH, &TAREE. FLOIUD- -

.-..:-:-..: :. b.-..... ............ .,&" .,.,., .,_ .. .... ... .-1 I -. -, ------ -... Ptx G. (iPE .-..
r I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Mr. and Mr.-Alvin fear' have HoOis V. Knight, Jr. of Gaines Jackson Goodge I Levis, conducted-by Alvarez Store.. petition in saM cause in the offlre
family were visiting Urs. W. ft. purchased the .Danny home in. ville spent 'the weekend with his, j Emory Eunice was second and I of the underslgneu C erk Cf raid
Edwards in Court, at Surlce. Bra"ford ,
Jacksonville on Sunday Pi haven subdivision Funelfel Services Omnty.l'lorida'
family In Starke
j : ji Reese Scott third. There are 11- I on or before the ( day (f
and Monday. Mrs. Hogan Smith Is spending Mrs. Tommy GUI_ ,of Kingsley Held 367 stitches, it was announced. October," 1S58: and to serve coy
j ; Rev and Mrs. J. N. Call and Wednesday to'Friday in Miami.' : Lake is employed with Central Tuesday j thereof on Theron A. Yawn. Jr.. Attorney -.

'cur children who for the past Mrs.'Oscar' Hendrix ofPalatka Truck Lines, replacing Mrs. -Robert william Jackson Goodge, 79, a 'IB The (limit Court of the Eighth dress Is for: Post the Pt'titlClIfflwhose Office Drawer, ill ad-.

IN THE five: years have been -M1ss1an ri sIn b Visiting her parents Mr. and' Byrd. Mr. and Mrs. Byrd are resident of Starke for the past 58 I JidlrUl for Bradford Circuit of.. Florida. I. and Starke Florida on or before said
NEWS Ce ty. Chancery date and to show cause on of before
; Africa and their mothers from Mrs. J- P. Dill for two weeks. n-OYing to Monmouth N. J. a-. years, died at his home here Moo-i I I" CASE NO. 12-525 said date why the said petition
J. Canada and Charlotte. N. C. re. f !For' gotid, clean, fast, 'and de round'the ''first of October. 'day ?morning" after an illness oflj In Re Adoption of RONALD JOSEPH should not be granted, all as required
__,... ,. ., ...._ fepectfvely HERL A Minor. by the laws of Florida and the Florida -
,--... ---_._---- a arrived Wednesday to bendable heat GO. GAS! Gas Mr; and Mrs. Ovid Bennett andMr several months. j I;By: EUGENE LEROY BIRT and I I Rules" of Civil Procedure. If you
Judge and Mrs. E. K.,Perryman Mrs.'Nell Beavers of spend several months at their hosts less In tanks. Rent your :'and Mrs. Carl L. Johns and ; Mr.Goodge was born in Savan',,'his wife, MARY LEE BIRT. fail to do so, a decree pro ccnfesso
St. Petersburg home on Kingsley Lake. laik from Slade for low nah, Ga., April 14, 1SJ8S i'ct 'ORDER OF Pl'BLJTIOSSD 1 1i i I will be entered 'against you for the
returned last Friday from three Monthly families, and Mrs. Frazier Shaw the son
spent the past week with 1 j i NOTICE TO fcEFOD i relief demanded' in the petition.
Buzzy and'Bill Green. Mack the late 1'I
weeks "vacation, visiting Mr. and I her daughter, Mrs. W. N. North rental 4U-9-25 and sons Gene and Lamar spent William Jerry and]i':'TO: Anthony Gilbert Here Gas- This notice shall be published once
Mrs. Ferryman.Jr, and faraUy in Also and Pat McGriff. and George' Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter,'Sr. the'( eekend at the Shaw cottageat Mandy Green Goodge. He wash i'prrt. New York AXD Dorothy Man- each week for four consecutive weeksin
visiting Mrs.
; North are Com. Cenova attended the Buick show-i had as Labor Day weekend guests Salt 'a retire farmer and a member I I ning Herl, whose residence is: Unknown the Bradford County Telegraph"
Bethlehem Springs.Lt. ,
Pa
and a week in the and Mrs. Oscar Beavers N
formerly Witness hand and the seal Of
Ing In New Orleans, La. last Wed at of the Pine Level my
Smoky Mountains cf Norfolk, Va. Kingsley Lake Dr: Albert Mala- James L. Stith cf Pensacolawas Baptist ,Church.I I' You and each of you are hereby"notified said Court at Starke, Bradford COBS-
nesday and Thursday. terre John Malaterre, Mrs. Jewell Besides his wife,'Mrs. Ida Brown ''i that a petition has been ty. Florida this SO day of August
Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Godwin Mrs. Mae Jones and grandson, 1 Mrs. Dave PaWk'find ,daughter, PanHc and children, Mrs. Clinton visiting his grandmother, Goodge, he is survived by adaughter I I filed in the above styled Court by 1958.
Mrs.] H. L. Brownlee over We (I"Eugene 'Leroy Birt, ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Logan W, Bald- and his wife (SEAL OK CIRCUIT COURT)
Mike 'Jones, of Jacksonville were Sylvia, and WaYne Edwards attended buff. Mrs. Lubile Stoutmire and ,weekend. Mrs. Doris Nipper, of :Mary Lee Dirt for the adoption of Charles A. Darby Clerk of said Circuit
win spent Monday in Lakeland. I I Ij |;Sunday visitoi-s of Dr. and Mrs. the all 'night Gospel sing daughters, and Mrs. 'Joe Wells, 'fetarke; two sons, ]Eugene Good- Ronald Joseph Herl. a minor child, Court.
j Lt. Col. and Mrs. Griffin Mr; and Mrs. Jim Chasteen I and you and earh of you are hereby By: Charles A. Darby, Clerk.
J. A. I U. E. MIddleton. Sponsored by the Shrlners .In all cf Jacksonville, and Miss Har- jgc, Starke, and Mann Goodge,I I!summoned, ordered, and required to Clerk.

of Camp ,Blanding, Frank Coker Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Moxley and Waycross, 'Ga. last Saturday; riett Buff of Carrolton, Ga. spent, last Wednesday to Friday Miami; two brothers, Jim Uoodge,4Winter !file_" your._-answer and defenses to the I I 1:4! at St.Augustine Beach.
if Lakeland and M. Iff. Coker of sen were In Louisville Ga. over For'food, clean fast, and Jde- Dr. and Mrs; 6. '6.: McLendon Haven, and Lonnie Good-
VOTE FOR B. C. [BEN] fee, Starke; one sister, Mrs. Etta!;
Jacksonville spent the weekend the weekend visiting her mother bendable heat '-I GO GAS! Gas of Orlando Spent' ''the weekend I
HOLTZENDORF( FOR CHIEF OF Dial Graham and four
.In the Scrub. Mrs. Irma Netherland. tests less in tanks. Rent 'your with' their son-in-law and daughter POLICE. children. ; grand-I!

tank 'from Slade for low monthly Mr. and Mrs Charles Mefeter. Funeral i ? t
services were held in
rental 41 9-25 Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lance David and George Canova leave
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That's the DeWitt i
Our Business C. Jones Chapel Tues, I
for Mars Hill College N. C. this
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere ol SofiS lof "St.: SflnCns tlahd,'Ga. day at :2 p.m. with Rev. C. A.
If It's Glass were weekend Quests of Mr. and weekend. Has served the people of his district and
We ,Hare Ita! visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crosby and Rev. \\. O. Collins ot.fkiating. .
CALL WRITE 01 VISIT Deaver In Winter Haven over the Mrs. M. W. Lance. Miss Barbara Colley returned i the County at large faithfully and honestly.

weekend. Mrs. J. te.; Sapp is visiting her I home Monday from New Orleans Burial was in the family plotin I

Joe Peters Glass Attending a family reunion at sister, Mrs. P. A. Moore In Gain- I where she attended the wedding Brown Cemetery near Starfce.

Co Spring Lake on Sunday were Mr. esville for several days. of Miss Pat Kucera of Valrico. Active pall bearers were nephews CRAWFORD\ '
land 'Mrs. W. T. Jackson and famIly '\..Irs..ln'Mttndj' ahd daughter I Fla.' to Jim Ammon of New Orleans of Mr. Goodge. i .
FOR ANY GLASS NEED and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lou- ; Jean, '"were to 'ftillahassee' en i which tock place' on Saturday .

We Design Modern Store Fronts don, Jr. and family of Starke, Mr. business Wednesday. I morning. Miss Colleyand ,! Edwards Wins Has many years of experience in public ot-

Just Mail Us A Pattern for and Mrs. Frank Weaver of Willis- 'Mrs. beloris ploss 6f 'Ottmnwala. i Miss Kucera graduated from.Guessing I flee that make him a valuable public ser

Table Tops ton Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver, : is spending; this week with !Nurses school at Charity Hospital, Contest I vant.cE'WoRD.

1313_N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone PR 2-435* Jr. of Cherry Point, N. C., and her sister Mrs. N. L. Woodburn' New Orleans, last Thursday evenIng I. J. M. Edwards Jr. won first :
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Loudon and and family.. The Kuceras are former State place
in the contest to'guess the
family 'of Tampa. _Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Lawson Farm residents. 'number
of stitches in a'pair of
VOTE FOR B. C. [BEN] of Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Chapmanand ;.

HOLTZENDORF. FOR CHIEF OF Jordan and children Lake Butler family were in Decatur, Ga. I ,
LOCAL MANAGER FORI POLICE. were visiting their parents, from Thursday to Mcnday visitIng I
Termite ControlFOR Has been tried and found (true blue *
Spending this week at the Dell Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson over-, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Denicke I you
cottage on Kingsley Lake are Mrs. the weekend. and family.Mr friend through thick and thin courageousand

Jim Walter Joe Wilson' Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr. and Mrs. J. A: Lee! 'Spent .and Mrs; George Kopelousosare DEPENDABLE fearless.CRAWORD .

Corp. Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mrs. the past week with Mr. and Mrs. vacationing with friends and Household & CommercW

O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J, W. Kin- Gordon Lee In Lakeland, Ga. and relatives 'In Washington, D. C. Peat Control

caid of 'Starke, Mr.' and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ttughes in Nay VOTE' FOR B. C. BEN] I %

//'World's Largest Home Builders" Proctor Snow of Dublin,' Ga. Mrs. lOt Ga. their niece Betty Ann HOLTZENDORF FOR CHIEF OF Grove Spraying '
Bett Green of Miami, and Mrs. Hughes, has returned 16 her home POLICE I

Reta Dickinson of Marianna.Mr. in Macon: Ga.'after spending the Call FR 6.2661 Will appreciate your vote on Tuesday, Sept.
Mr Brad Locke and
and Mrs.
and Mrs.'R. O. Dansby and summer here. i I 9, for re-election as County Commissioner,
WILL BE IN STARKE son, Mallen of Jacksonville Mr. Florida Peat Control
ion, Micky, and Mr. and Mrs. "VOTE FOR R C. [BEN] i District Two.
and Mrs. Charlie Parker and Mr.
Rodney Hall and son were at Salt HOLTZENDORF FOR CHIEF OF & Chemical Co.
and iirs. Mel Oliverous of Coco,
EACH THURSDAYAT Springs on Labor Day. POLICE.
Mrs"Carolyn Redgrave and son,
Miss Sandra Chambers Of Jack- -Mrs. C. D. Williams is visiting *4 N. W. 16th Ave. (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Wayne, Mrs. L. F. Hutto and Mrs.
sonville was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark in Ocala
Shellie Hall all of Starke were Gainesville, Florida
Miss Jean Mundy.ANNOUNCING for several days.
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
: Rsopenm* oT David G. Scott Jr. 't>f Jackson-
STARKE HARDWARE M. C. Wells at their cottage on
of Starke Credit Bureau, George ville was visiting Dr.and Mrs. O. i
Lake.
Brooklyn
and Dolly Simpson OWDer -bI- L. Haynes, Jr. over the weekend.
8:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. erators. New location: 238 S. Wal- Mrs. J. R. Kite was in Peiham.Ga. r Callers at the home of Rev. S. Share the Profits in Starke
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J. Grady during the past few days
nut St., Phone WO4-1761 .- ever the weekend with Mr.
e Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Walters and Mrs. Ralph Collins and fam- included his sister, Mrs. Gustie

and daughter, Claire of Reedsvffle, ily. Scribner of Lisbon Falls, Me., Mr.

For Appointments Call Ga. were Sunday Visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker of and Mrs. W. P. Burke of Lake ,
and Mrs. Ed Tenly. Sarasota were Sunday guests of f Mary, and Mr. and Mrs.:Ed Tillis

JACKSONVILLE EV 7.1141'Collect Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr. Mrs. Adolph Gay. and children. \Sanford. -, ;
will 'attend the State Liquified Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moore of t'I
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or STAkKE -. WO 4-5311 Petroleum Gas Convention in Mi- Waycross, Ga. were weekend I
ami on Friday and Saturday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray- I

Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Vickers of mond, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez c

Douglas, Ga. were Sunday visitorsof and Mrs. M. H. Lang. Florida

"If it's a Quality Home Mr. and Mrs. Elton Smith. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Bob Long and i -r
Mrs. R. M. Griffin of Tampa family of Columbus, Ga. spent
,It's a, Jim Walter Home"Shore was Visiting Mrs. Ruby Johns last week at" the Dowling cottage o :* 1'M
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over the-weekend. on'KmgsI Lake.ANNOUNCING i '
Mr ;and Mrs. Gordon Wager : Reopening of, ThEATRESAT.
have'purchased the Robert Hall of Starke Credit Bureau 'George SPECIAL! Friday and Saturday ONLY

home Saratoga Heights. The and Dolly Simpson owners-op' .', ,
.
the Profits in Star Halls'moved to West Palm Beach erators.New location: 238'S. Wal- ., SEPT. 6 ONLY '

and-the John O. Grahams have nut St., Phone WOMT61

T purchased the Wager home on J. -D. boyle, vice-president for DOUBLE FEATURE
K Orange'stteet. the Northeast District 'of the s.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berry of Florida Elks Association, made an EPIC BATTLE
Dillon'S. C.spent !asVi\; t withher official visit to the Palatka' lodge Y FOR : .l

I parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. on Menday evening.. He will visit +
Sapp. the Green Cove Springs lodge 4 r URVIVALlMVt

Thursday evening and the Gaines- r w

I ville lodge Friday evening. :

FRIDAY, SATURDAY SEPT. 5, 6. The Right Track and Mr.family and Mrs.'of Avon'H.'R. Park Douberiey were :! ?f St MURPHY vr. s ,
3!
weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs.

ELECT Calvin Houpl. .
'' David w
steve and Hedgecockhave
tt returned from a three weeks r ;

visit with their grandparents,:Mr. :

1 and Mrs. J. t. smIth In High tECHl4IC.ORektau.atittuE I ,

Point, N. C. They were 'accompanied _

home by Mr. and'Mrs..S.

i iIi Brookbank of' High Point, who *:* J AND. ;it '>.. ... ud
stayed for the weekend, and Mrs. V

IN 3 T. Smth.; who Is spending_several $2000

,. weeks with her daughter, Mrs. ,
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SHEETSThat Ltoyd Hedgecock, and family: 4"LPXLt j ,
., y. For food,
heat GO GAS! Gas on these POPULAR PRICED SINGE R' PORTABLES
Famous Pepperell Brand costsless to tanks. Kent your :z" : r "

i ,' Q 72 X 99 SAM lACK tank rental from Slade for low monthly 41-9.25 2011I C.Mw.wRc.isnt. An /Honest towte-not a reduction from a fictitious list x

Mr. tad Mrs. A. B. Walker ,and IUIK fiOJieus Km! fljum aim touxo ,

i : SINGLE BED son, Gene, of Savannah, Ga. were :; 'TI1E'RASE ,:> ;
TO THE weekend visitors ol Mr. and Mrs. d- :7'3: ;:

Ewell Lawson.. S.iaON. ,. .... ;
SHEETSREG. fi ". : +Ky. ."' s:, xMt sL.y.'
grrv $
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Pvftch and .. y( j1rS
CITY COld .. .
chDdren spent the past to weeks t 'tDtvxl'a -fMe

1.98 to Mannomen, Minn visiting her
(Group One) mother, Mrs. Paul Ebh t.

WEEKEND SPECIAL! My Business is and Gary Hildebran will enter MansHie' Cartoon.Plus"Scoutmaster Magoo"SUN.
Meeting
Hill C enMohday.
Colfge. Mars N. .
Serving the Public He will be afccotapanied s- ; pik i _

there by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. ., MOX TUES. _
1.49'C Q.*llfleaU... and Bar"=r.aad,, E. Hildebran. on Saturday. Sept 7,5,9. .
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1. My business Is meeting and serving Bay Clark bf Neptune Beach X444:; I I [
the public. spent last Wednesday to Saturday HUNTERS; ,
""' 2. Native FloridIan. her Mr. and Mrs.I. TJIE _
C 81 X 99 81 X 10S 3. Homeowner in Starke, Florida. with parents, :
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'I 4. Family man. E. Clark.Ellery .r. } f :r'i
With Robert Mitchum
..-DOUBLE BED EXTRA LONGJHEETS 5. Veteran. Davis was admitted: to and : w
6., Radio Station Manager1 8. Community organizations; Bradford Couhty Hospital xBanxiay

.SHEETSReg. Elks Methodist Lodge Church :oHowSi! B lean attack pius "Magoos Moose Hunt" Brand new SINGER Round Bobbin Brand new aluminum FEATHERWEIGHT '
American Legion Mr. and Mrs. R.'Dansby of Cartoon. Portable-
Budget ($9.95 during
Chamber of Commerce Ozark Ate. are Spending several > (only 11 pounds) handles
J Junior Chamber of Commerce sale.) Backiacks sews'over
''Reg. 1.98 I pins,
2.39 days this week with Mr. and Mrs. f
a AT AIM IS 'A "MOkE. PROGRESSIVE :R. O. 'D .nsbr.: wtn., THUR., FRL t has handy.drop-in bobbin. heaviest sewing tasks with ease

i i 'WEEKEND SPECIAL! WEEKEND SPECIAL* 8TAKKE Mr; -and Mrs.: Louis Gay_of Sept, 10, 11,12_ .
; 1. To cooperate In a moaerntxation ef ,Jacksonville Beach were Sunday r!ftr ,
T oar streets and highways' and Mrs. Albert ; MAY BE PURCHASED ON BUDGET PLAN
!. To stimulate more youth clubs, visitors of Mr. $9995n
1.59 (1'.19 keeping oar children active'' Lee Crosby Sri and Mr. ed Mrs. .
i. To work detigentiy with OUT beautification -
and family.
organizations, to keep our Crosby, Jr.
*ity, dean ttl.d appealing. 'I Rev. and Mrs. Donald Koko f We Carry 'Singer Needles Bulbs Belts Bobbins Singer Oil
LIMIT TWO TO CUSTOMERDEPARTMENT : 4. _To work toward attracting more moor And family: are returning SIrma r ,[ ; ,- etc.
industry to our community therefore .1411 zILsllt...n.f .
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providing more employment for today from three weeks vacation -, .
oar dtiiens, and doing this on a with friends and relatives in, At- Make Our Store Your Sewing
sound business.basis. Headquarters
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MY BIXDI50 CITIZENS OBLIGATION TO" OCR ta.. and Cincinnati,, Ohio. 4PissHareSplitterr


'To tompl,..to:the best,of my -ability. daughters Mr. aDd; eandra MrsvTylerJones mnd Ginger and; :
with the needs and wants ot our Denmark Furniture Co.
city and work with deligence In orderto spent the weekend at the Mitchell
STORE mat+ a tfcger t'Ad te>ttw community rottaje tra'Ktogsley -Lake.Fer' ..
. A MORE, PROGRESSIVE ,
'' last 'tiad,
.; STARKE good- eteaa.- dependable -
': t. CALL ST. PHONE WO 2651 heat GO GAS! Gas
.. THIS VOTE fiftH(Gr..p blent 1) FOB rltC SAM t LACK essfs teas>! .tanks.* Bent, your : !',Cartoon 434 436 West Call St. Phone WO 44321 Starke Florida

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PAUK SIX BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH BTARXE, FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPT. 4J1WS;
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McAliley ResignsTo :1. .. UP ALLIGATOR pital during last week: Emily I I Herman Lee Nettles. James--perrY _

L Denmark Rita Elizabeth Stokesof Burnsed of Lake. Butler. May ,L.

Accept CREEK Brcoker William Charles I Daniel of Earlton Beach Gtenda
Worley of Hawthorne, Wilma
ri I Gail Brown, Orene Cowart,-Kate _
with Simons Edwards Annie Ruth

Alabama ChurchRev. f:1: LZarkWalton Sapp- Nona Lee Priest, Ruth Vining of Lake Butler, francis ___

Vickory, Eva Bradley Charles Davis Williams Jr. of Hawthorne.I

W. S. McAliley, pastor of Dean of Waldo, Dorothy Mane Lula M. Vick of Valdosta, Ga., ____

the First Presbyterian Church, Harper Marion Fay Understill, Helen Jean Misner of a mpton.

announced to the congregation and Wanda Sapp of Lawtey. Frances Marion Crawford: Rita _

Sunday morning that the elders Also: Homer Andrew Gainey of Elizabeth Stokes of Brook, and

had approved calling a congregational Several nice strings of bass Brooker. Louise Sauls Griffis. ,Lucille Ellen Ricks.

G. T. meeting for Sunday, ;: : --' '.
By Huggins __ were taken out of Kingsley Lake
I Sept. 14, to act on the pastor's '
County Agent i-- over the holiday weekend. One :
: request to Suwannee Presbyteryto string had two large bass 'on it Pie Living&riptlll1S_ by Jack l-taJUnl
dissclve the pastoral relation-
that might weigh 9 or 10 pounds
Greetings hits it is too late. If we builduP __ 4 __ His Hands Are Available
ship Oct. 1. The request was ___._.__.__ each. You can fish deep waterat I -1
'School.'beginning means sum- a great number of hogs not vaccinated made by Mr. McAliley in' order Kingsley with a shiner or a

mer is'ending. ThiSis the season we open the way for a that he could accept a call to Familiar Sight In County Soon bull-head and get results, although

we begin to' make 'new plans, wave of cholera to come in. Trinity Presbyterian Church, Do- quite a few 'are ''being caught on -j---------

changes :in some of our 'pro- With the new vaccine we use than, Ala.. Pictured above is one of the two State, Board of Health mo- the old reliable earthworm. it S

grams. and' revive' somV-of our now pigs are vaccinated at about Mr. McAliley came to Starke bile X-ray units that will be operating in Bradford County dur- you do not have a place on Kings- -

regular activities., iTiope that I eight weeks of age, or just after Feb. 3, 1953 following a pastoratein -
ing; the period Sept. 11-20. The mobile units will be stationedat ley or a friend with one you can .,.
can renew my weekly 'column to weaning. There Is no danger of the Robinson Memorial groupof comenient locations in the county and it is hoped that 3,000 get boats, bait and a certain and -

bring you news and Information : spreading the disease in the herd churches at Alexander City, reasonable amount of advice from
Bradford Countians will have the free chest X-rays during the \
bout things that are .of interest I'with the use of this vaccine. Ala. During his stay here the Frow Strickland at Strickland's r!fIi'

about people and 'agriculture. in There is no reaction to cause a church has' grown from a membership time. Landing. just Ibis side of the
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curcounty. set-back In .the pig's growth: of 83 to 150. In 1955, under Camp Blanding gate on the old f :s-

Fall Winter; Notes Farm Bureau-Cattlemen his leadership. the congregation Forest Service Swine Field Day lake road. ? :;

Your guess is as good as any- You have read about it else- built an addition of seven At U of F Farm Barney (Choctaw) McRae returned _

body's as to'what kind of, winterwe where in this paper, and you rooms to the Sunday School build- Again Buying \ Set For 9 from Crescent Lake with a

will have. One thing we do should have received a letter a- ing. In the church sanctuary pews Sept. nice string of 'bass, the largest

know that i bout this Saturday evening. have been added and other Improvements 8 and the
and remember is we Slash Pine ConesThe Florida farmers interested in bout pounds, won nice

had a big snow last February. The annual meeting of the made, including exterior hog production are invited to at- landing net we had put up at

Many ot, you, have been gettingin Farm Bureau is at hand. The painting.The Florida Forest Service recently tend the third annual Swine Field Red's for the biggest; bass by La-

all the hay you. :could,' with main attraction is the big fish I I Women of the Church have announced that it will be Day at the University of Florida bor Day. Happy landings for this -1
slash for seed
weather handicapping your,' operations fry. The place is the Doyle Con- remcdeled the assembly hall and i buying pine cones Farm Sept. 9. Sponsored jointly Choctaw. :
this and that
somewhat.If ner farm north on 301. You kitchen of the church plant. In again September by the Agricultural Extension Understand Mr. ana Mrs. Jack
dealers located throughout north-
you failed to .save hay now should plan to arrive about 5 p.' the manse, the church has done cast Florida have already ,been Service and the animal husbandryand Parker beat the Labor Day traffic -

is the best time to keep on the ni. This is for the whole family, extensive work on the kitchen ap nutrition department of the by fishing Orange Lake for

lookout and buy some.A &c let's make it a big affair. and has installed. a bath on the pointed. Florida Agricultural Experiment Speckled Perch. They report a '--- .- -- -.. _
to Ernest Eubanks of :
,number of folks' have asked Hog Meeting Sept. 9 second floor.A the According Florida Forest Service district Station, it will feature results of very fine catch and advise the -..0-- :
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about rye. oats, and wheat.. What The University of Florida's growing youth work has been Lake the latest experiments in hog water level in Orange is in pretty
office in
I I : City, one or more
third Swine Field Day will beheld carried on during Mr. McAliley's nice shape now. Caught these
will be the best to plant? ,Let me cone dealers for the forest service production.The .

answer you this' way and you next week. N. J. Davis, C. ministry, including a Junior Choir, are located in each county and morning session held at specks drifing in deep water. .-.
make decision. Field S. Crews, Albert Grifis, and Marvin a Pioneer Youth Fellowship, anda We have had a lot of improve- COME UNTO M'i, All VE TI-IAi U8O ; I IP4EAW
your own the Livestock Pavilion, will include I
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they will pay $1 per bushel for AND 1 V,1LL 61VE YOO RE T. 'tig MY\OCt
in all waters LADEN
ment fishing in now, AN'A2;
tests during the 1956-57 fall and Rosier have attended these Senior High Fellowship. Facili- mature slash pine cones, delivered a talk on the swine outlookby 'vJ ANO LEA tr.I OF ME; FO t A' MEEK' AliI) tVtW IN EA1T: AI.IO'CI"AlL

winter at the .Gainesville and meetings in past years and report ties have also been offered to help :.o them, or anyone may deliver. T. J. Cunha and tours of the and any of you folks who have FIND RE5 fOR YOUR: U1 L"l FO MY YOKe I EASY, ANO MY
nice catches can get in touch with 7r II N'
North Florida Experiment Stations they are very worthwhile. We provide for Mama Priest's Kinder- cones direct to the Olustee Nursery Swine Unit and Veterinary Science Bradford B.iEN t UrIT.' "
the
County Telegraph.We
( resulted I in giving the following !- should have 10 or 15 men at- garten. and receive 51.15 per bushel. Swine Disease Facility. A carcass like have
would to report -
amounts of green forage tending this year. During this period the work of Persons not familiar with the 'appearance and live animal demonstration and possibly make your some Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church
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Per. cre: I II The program starts at 8:30: in the Women of the Church has of slash pine cones may v/ill be given by A. Z. Palmer and pictures. ......

New Gator Rye-up to 22,000 I the livestock pavilion which is a- expanded from two circles to see samples at the nursery or at R. L. Reddish. These fellows you see around i

pounds. I bout two miles out the Archer three. The Men of the Church the dealers listed below. Following a barbecue lunch town who look like they've been Sell It Rent It Trade .11
organized in 1958 and
road from Gainesville south of January all
Edbanks is in of' Bridle
Florida Black Rye-up to 19.- charge served by the Block and up all night have. But theyiiaven't

000- pounds.. the University. What about con have been active since. This group cone collecting for the forest ser- Club the program will move to been jooking. Rather theyare

Oats' and 1 'Coastal Wheat I were tract feeding, concrete vs pasture recently 'cooperated in the installation dce in north Florida and advises air'conditioned: auditorium In still catching Speckled Troutat WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

bouttesarnew1th 15 to 16 feeding feed and reproduction of a lighted church that many persons are able to McCarty' Hall. During the after- New Smyrna. I don't suggestyou

"thousand pou ds. .. problems, feeder pig problems bulletin board, the building of earn up to, $20, per day ,at, cone: :.jiocn a wide variety of subjects go unless you can miss work

anemia prevention, and swine diseases sidewalks about the church, and collecting during the short.season 'important in profitable swine the next day, or you take your 20 WORDS OR LESS, One In..rtU. (HI.I..... Charge ___ '31

,You get:the .cost of seed and ? There are some of the other needed improvements.Mr. when they are at the peak ofma: production will be discussed by !boss with yon. because it is a long EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 _____ ___--_ 4e Pu W.r.

amount you 'want per acre and topics that will be discussed. McAliley has been active in turity usually three week research men and extension drive there and back. 20% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD
makryourldeclslon. I believe it There tour of Z5.. ADDITIONAL FOR BLI\D ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IT! ADVAWCB.
will be a the University civic life of the community, beinga period in September. specialists.

will be' pretty easy to make. Call swine unit. past president of the Bradford However, EubanKs cautions all Ample time for questions will Perman Roberts CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ..---41129 Per lack Flrit laiertlon

us if. we'can 'help'you'locate good Hope you can plan to go. Get County Children's Committee, a cone collectors to observe the following be allowed at both morning and 1.00 PER I\ni FOR sun AD BEPEtTRD ONR OR MORE TIMES

seed.Hog.'Cholera. .
with someone else or meet at our member of the Starke Rotary rules: (1) do .not start collecting afternoon sessions.Lawtey Named For HonorsAt CARDS Of THANK (t'p T. 50 W rd.) ------ ---- 12-..

: Warnings office in Starke at 7:45: a. m. on Club, and assisted in establishingand until September 10; ((2)) Music OVER 50 WORD -. _, -_______ 4 ('..<. Per Ward

There' bas been a number' of releisei Sept. 9.Prapjcsters. served as first president of pick only slash' pine cones; ((3); ) Camp MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS __nh___' 4 CeatB Prr W.r4

reminding us that hog the Starke Social Club. He has pick only healthy cones that arefree Shows Perman Roberts has returned

cholera Jis .still:, a .disease to be Alter been active in the work of the of insects and disease' ; t4)) from a nine-day camp at HarmonyBay FOR RE Furnished first floor

eared;' Although.not.as prevalentas Starke Ministerial Assn., having di not collect cones that:are open- Interest In for Peo- apartments. Close in desirable lo- PARK WOOD
Music Camp Young
it was; the decrease is due to Speed Signs'Seme v and store cones in a cool cation. All conveniences. W. H.
served as president and filled other ed; ((5)) ple at Panama City. Ninetysevenyoung Nollman. 228 W. Madson St. ttchg SUBDIVISION

good management- and \vaccination offices in that organizationover dry place until they are deliveredto Civil Defense Floridians from Florida attended -
energetic pranksters have Three bedroom apartment -
FOR RENT-
-not because the disease has dealers. KXCLfSHE
the With
five-
past years.
this in Large living room. dining .
been busy changing signs in and camp, participating NEW; 1I0)lES"DISTISCTU'E
lost iii vig r.. the co-operation of the other pastrs Authorized dealers for Bradford room and kitchen. Gas heat. Tele-
around Starke. Signs at the Endorsement of the Civil band, orchestra, and ,glee club
Remember .that'hogcholera I city and local 'groups he helped County'and'this area are: Hahn'sStore Defense phone installed.! Call WO4-I561 4U DESIGN
limits that are meant to read 35m.p.h Raiford; Johnson Farmers program to be organized. activities. W. Jpfftrvon St tfchg "
strikes -inlull force .before yoU have been changed to establish the Starke Transient .in the, county was given by Law-i Perman was chosen Mr. Harmony -: bedroom furnished CLOSING COMT FREON
-' RENT-Two
Green's
i : used to Supply, Starke; Grocery FOR ALL SOLD
have,had any warning. When it Fund help'needy persons '
read 85 miles. Some 25 mile signs who pass through the city. Brooker; Ira Lester, Hampton! tey dity Council at their meeting ,Boy of 1958 by campers'applause upbtairs apartment. Call WO 9-234 tfjhg OVER: TillS WEEKEND
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have been made to read 125 miles. Tuesday night. The motion was and by the staff. His UNTIL MONDAY10K

W. C T.-0. Mrs. McAliley has been activein selection was based on campers' FOR RENT Apartments furnished
Evidently they really. let them- made by Councilman Moore and COMPLETE
ccmmunity life being a Soil Bank Sign-up Coney Island. Apply at Store. 516
member INFORMATION
and cooperation.
"FIRE CAN DESTRQY YOUR selves go at the ,45 mile sign for seconded by Councilman 'Kemp participation B. Bnwnlee St. 4tp9j4!

VALUABLES, BUT LIQUOR' DESTROYS one reads'445 miles per hour.,As of the Junior Woman's Club Now In ProgressAt with unanimous support' by the Perman is already making plans WANTED-Issues of Bradford Coun- SEE I
and the Bradford County Nurses
YOUR' LIFE,1NATIONAL one columnist would say ASCOffice body. The city will get a 200 or to attend the camp next year. ty Telegraph dated April 3. 1958. Will FLORIDA REALTY 'CO.

( VOICE.) whoopee! Assn. She has served as a nurse 300 gallon fire truck for trainingand pay 25c ea 'h for first five turned In Ill N. WALNUT
and nursing supervisor of the at our office. Bradford County Telegraph PHONE WO4-8501 "
The signup in Bradford County' emergency use if the organization Screwworms Still %t 914
Bradford County Hospital and
1959 Conservation' Reserve ol, ,is formed, with no cost to OR- -
has served office for Absent In County WANTED Experienced Typist and
recently as nurse
the Soil Bank is now"open at ,the the city. It will also be able to Central Truck '
for Dr. A. J. Barry by whom she Office girl. Apply I t 1 BLDG. SUPPLIES
county Agricultural Stabilizationand purchase equipment, useful for Inspector SaysThe Lines 3 Uhjf 9111 301 E. CALL bT.;
When before the Brad-
employed
j, you call,} was ford hospital opened. Conservation Office'in Starke, defense purposes, at Blanding for FOR REST OR SALE- 3 Bedroom PHONE 'WO4-211,4. -.

Chairman C. !G. Andrews announcey nominal sums.A'budget week ending August 16 saw furnished house with modern con- *
The McAlileys have three chil- \eniences on River. Located 10 miles WANTED' MAN' OR WOM,{ t Sfc -
we're of $11,700 for the next only seven cases of screw worm
.. .. .. on our dren: Sam 5, Ruth, 4, and Carl, yesterday.The West of Starke Hwy 100. Contact (white) of good.moral character between -
:::: first step in the signup is fiscal year was approved by the reported in Florida. There were Harold Shuer. Phone Keystone 9371 the ages of 21 and 55ftfeo can

for the Tanner who is interestedin council. This included $1,000 for two in' Dade, three in Lee one Rutledge Heirhts, Fla Trailer Park. Keystone lip devote pleasant(10) profitable or more .hours work"per wltk weekto opportunities .

way 2.Child the program to come to the. recreation. A surplus from this each in Osceola and Polk coun- for lifetime care;;*:Write

Labor Laws county office and request that an- year of $1,500 was carried over to ties, none in Bradford or this 2,4 FOR miles RENT from OR town SALE, four 20 room acre farm con- Box Hii-A.: Starke. "Sfp 9-4

There may be a time when you, as a policy holder, need Are ExplainedTo nual rental payment rates be established the next year, and bills, including crete block house with bath. Water FOk SALE Penta process trtated
for Ms farm. area.An increasing number of and lights. C. A. Futch. Realtor fence post 4 miles North on Z01
help, and need it in approximately $200 for baseball
a hurry After an accident fire, or Farm Starke 2Uhg 9-4 Ureen & tiakken Poet Co. ttcnc
some other misfortune.Just OperatorsWith At ,the. .same..flt time'_,. the 1.t..tian farmer equipment for the Lawtey team, flights 96 for that week, _w remade
should bring wan mm UUUUUdoL1UU were paid. with '36,770,800 flies being I FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom WE HAVE a new loan program for
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give us a call, and watch our speed. day or night the opening of schools to fce used by the County' ASC released covering 56,628 square apartment. 111 E. Washington Itrhg St. farmers.. Loam of 1 to S years
.... .. good weather bad. It's this week, farmers were reminded rates City Clerk Ethel Reddish was for the entire credit require-
or a regular part of our job totake Committee in establishing miles from Tifton, Ga. to Key ., ments of the farmer and his fam
instructed to write
that the Fair Labor StandardsActs facts owners of pro- FOR RE."T-Qn Kingsley Lake 4
good care of insurance details for our policy holders. for his farm. The chief West. room house with bath and wide porch. ily. Gainesville Production Credit
perty within the city limits that
Association (20 North
of Main
the
employment .
prohibits
Andrews said- are acre- of Reduced rates for fall and winter.Sstrtink
needed two cases pos-
The previous Gainesville Fla. tfchg
their land must be cleared of
children under 16 years of age on and yield of the three principal $ Feed & Se<< Co 2t hg 9-4
farms school hours. ages for the weeds and brush or the city will sible screw worm infestation reported RADIOS REPAIRED
during the farm ,
HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY crops on in Bradford County proved All Hake All Hrtel
have it done with cost to be ad- -
The reminder from Sterling for
came two and acreages WANTEDGOOD .. .
past years ded to taxes the by laboratory test, to be nega- tea. able Ckcrgu ( rutcMSHEPHERD'S
on property.
Williams, Regional Director other land use on the farm. RADIO TV
tive, so the county has had no ,
lauian Greta Owaer .
"INSURANCE SPECIALISTS"20Q' of the U. S. Labor Depart- The Conservation Reserve is the
screw worm reported during this nil W. Call, M. Phoaa HOtOllStarke
ment's Wage and Hour Division only Soil Bank program availablefor Unique Services I SLASH Fla._ ___ _
,E Call Street Phone WO 4-4801 the agency'which administers this 1959. Under the, program, ,season. PINE CONES
.' For The Deaf Also part of the screw worm FOR SALE-14 in X 11 ft stMl
law. farmers retire land from general I (Unopened) culvert pipe '1.25 ft. ALSO Build
is the
Starke .Florida '"The Federal child-labor law Is crops for up to '10 years and devote Held By Rev. Gray antine eradication and program inspection of animals quar- / Subdivision.ing lots for sale Low down 1 la 8 jith payment Oats

designed to keep children under the reserved acreage to land,
includes all Delivered To Low monthly paymenti. BILLT
i 16 off the farm and thereby per- water, or wildlife conservation Former Hampton Baptist Pastor transported. This JACKSON Phone WO4-4S11 e>'CM
Accordingto
The Government makesan Bob Gray now serving at Trinity warm blooded animals. BRADFORD COUNTY tral Truck Lines. tf hf
their school- '
fte rwenfinl the Hartford Fire Insurance Company mit them to continue practices. and
cats dogs
released ,
for the Baptist Church in Jacksonville has reports WOODYARD
annual rental payment
ing, Williams said. He pointedout even a hippotamus were examined ONE BEDROOM furnished apart
that the law applies alike to land and will also share in the realized a need for services for or ments for rent Phone WO4-4011. W.

local youngsters and children of cost of establishing the conservation the deaf population in that community at the quarantine stations, CALL W. C. POWELLWO T. Jackson tfchy
with and cattle.
alone
hogs
practices. and has done something GENUINE ENGRAVED Invitations
migratory workers. I The although drama- 9-2311 Wedding
The rental paymentrate about it. program with double envelopes 100
to the law average
The only exception
land tically successful, still needs the for III.95. Bradford COUT'T Tele-
ReelectK Mr. Williams said, is for the far- for Conservation Reserve Last January, while "talking"with raph tf
Badford County in the 1\:5S!) cooperation of, livestock raisers, TOP CASH
mer's own child working on his in a deaf couple, Mr. and Mrs. according to County Agent George Announcing the opening ,>f Used
parent's farm."Children program is.$11 per acre per year. Robinson, Mr. Gray had to write PRICES PAIDNEW Building Supplies. Used lumber of
:Maximum, payment rates will (be Huggins, 'and Livestock Inspector all types windows, doors plumbing,
law-
under 16 may his side of the conversation and
should used tin roofing. Used
Jorge ValldejulL Farmers Cjrpress
L. Crawford fully work on farms before and higher for the' most productive" they did likewise. Realizing that and benches, ideal for any outdoor use.
farms and lower for less. produc check their animals regularly $1.00 per ft.. 8 to 12 ft., lop 11'. Phone
week-
after school hours and on the spoken word of the church HOMES IN STARKE
report any suspicious cases im-t W04-4011 W. T. Jackson: Transfer,
ends or holidays," Williams ad- five farms. service' was unavailable to many clo Central Truck Line tfchg
YOUR farmers who request it, the mediately. Come in today and make your Helen -
ded, "but stiff penalties for wilful .For will such .people he enlisted the aid ion. They vary In size, design.
two
violations can make the employ- county committee Bgure of Mrs. Dorothy Morgan, who. appliances. colors. They are to be FOR SALE-r-2 bedroom. concrete
block fumifihfcd unfurnished
or houseon
sets of maximum' annual rates Rotarians.Hear finished in colors to make them
County Commissioner ment of children during school 'One although of normal hearing understood pleasinir anti attractive. Built especially approximately 30 acres. Call L.
said.
hours expensive." Chairman Andrews and could use the sign. Panel On YouthA for Florida conditions and M. Games day WO 4-0001, night WO
will apply if only 'part of the eli I modern living. Own one of these 4-0941. tfchg
DISTRICT TWO Mr Williams also stated that farm' is placed language'which' has become their bright and attractive homes now '
a
farmers can protect themselvesfrom gible acreage on means of expression. Mrs. Morgan panel discusion of youth and while you have a variety to select THREE BEDROOM HOME for rent
in the Reserve. Another rate. 10 from. at 307 Lafayette St. Calf Jacksonville -
,, unintentional violation by cent higher, will be availableif agreed to stand beside Mr. Gray recreation programs was presented EV 8-0083. tfchg
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requiring 'an age certificate from land a farm is during church services and Interpret at the Rotary Club Wednesdayby FLORIDA REALTY CO..
all eligible on
"TRIED AND TRUE" youngsters to make sure they are I five his words,to those in the Junius M. Smith. Taking part OF 8TABKE FOR RE.'T--4 room completely' furnished -
the Reserve for at least hou.e'and 2 room,
put in 118 > Walnut 4-8501 furjiished
old enough for the job. These I congregation who were deaf and were Joe Gray, chairman, and 8t. Tel. WO apartment. Single rooms and board.

: certificates be obtained from years. mute. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, member Apply Azalea Drive Inn. :8 miles aouth
may '
He Is Running On His RecordS After maximum rates have /fceen TED-Chlldren to keep! day Highway 301. 2tchg4
the county school superintendent. determined for a farm, the fanner The innovation has been remarkably of the City Recreation Board, and time at my home and will baby sit I

The child-labor provisions of will have two weeks in whichto successful' with 42 of Ed Hall a prominent worker in at ni ht8. % mile from City limiton FOR RE..T-New famished i room
Rd. 1( Mrs. Elizabeth ilathewg.2tn ,
When..you find a good, honest, fair and impartial the law apply farmers. who en- decide on participation, designate these 'deaf people joining i Trinity youth and church activities at .-9'1I' house Gladys with Harrington.tile bath.513 E.Adults Washington only.-

public servant, it is just good business gage in interstate commerce or land for the Reserve, and apply Baptist "since the first of the Orange Park. FOR SALE or TRADE-FOR Starke St u>

who ship their products in inter- for contract. Land be take in the Gray reviewed the developmentof property. 3 bedroom lake home and
_,to. give him! another -term. E..L.Lawton a may year. They part services WAITRESS, WANTED-Apply ElHam
state to firm which the local board and Mrs. Ep !acreage near Keystone Heights. Phone
commerce cr a
offered at less than the established and in all activities of the 'ho Rentaurant LjjP
Crawford has
( ) served you well as WO 4-2881, Dr, H. G. Bollinger, 42S -
ships them outside the state. maximum to increase the person stressed the need for a N. i
church. even "slng ng- the hymns Walnut l St! lip .
WANTED-Experienced
your District! Two County Commissionerand Regional Director Williams said chance of acceptance in case there with their hands. paid director in order to have a and collector. Apply. route Hart salesman Furniture -
FOR RP.'T--4 house.
deserves- another. term., Your vote and'support'on that anyone who wants additional are insufficient funds to cover all Pastor Gray emphasizes that successful program. HaIl said that $9* S. Walnut St.room furnished Itp 123 E. Call St ItchgFOR

; September 9 will be greatly ap- information about the application offers. there are no "special" services,1 young people today are just as
8ALEpltK.'e
Dining rooni
predated.. -' of the Act to children working on The signup phase of the pro- for the deaf but that' this way ;I good as young people of earlier FOR convenience RE."T-Large on farm paved home highway modern group modern style finish.. 409 E.

_oi _, .r '.. farms should contact the local gram closes October 10. 'and all they are able to take part in the generations, if given the proper South of Starke. Reasonable. DovleE. Jackson St. > .* lip
office of the Wage and Hour Di- direction. Conner, 131 W. Call St. Phone WO
requests for' establishing farm regular services with other members 4-4501. tfchg. FOR SALEPeara $1.00 pep bu. Con-
:." vision at 338 U.. S. Post Office rates must be received by that of the congregation, and tact T. L. Walawright Lawtey. UpHOUSE
: !. :1 (Pd\\ Pol. A'dv.) : and Court House Jacksonville, 1, date Chairman'.Andrews'said. The they'are expected to share the HOSPITAL-ADMISSIONSThe FOR RENT Furnished garage apart .
ment. All electric kitchen. Also cot- FOR RE..T--4
.. .' Fla. deadline for applying. for contracts j I responsibilities on an equal basis following patients were ad- rare at Kinmler Lake till June 1stMra. furnl-h 'l. Farmers Mkt. Rd.room Avail un-

... ; .'.. fcj .October 24,. .with the others. to ,Bradford.County Host J. M. Mitchell 3i$ W. Mxlionn I able, Sept. 22. Apply j1 Rancho Uo,
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA 0


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STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1958 i :

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' KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS You are cordially invited !i \ ,


By Mary K. Shaeffer
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'" to attend ., FLOYD
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Dedication To Be Held ,conducted by Rtv. Father Allen 1 -I' .
At St. Anne's On Sept. 14 I Batt who' had been the pastor kA : //-/OPE'N: HOUSE : -- .
during the construction, and who .-%' .
Sunday, Sept. 14, St. Anne'8lovely '
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new church will be dedi- was' leaving shortly for Australia, 4 Mw" *, Y -.oiL.

cated in Keystcne Heights. The I his native land. Present also at %av ,; F in the new building : M1DDLEBURG TALK PUBLISHED

the service was Vicar Bill Bry- ? ,. '
Episcopal people are to be con-] ij.Ws l rA ** I ,
gratulated on the great strides',fogle. who will be the successor to P% 4 -
of' Electric
they have" made since starting a Rev. Batt. Vicar Bryfcgle will live -,:;, .Clay.- Co-operatiye

parish here a few years ago. in Melrose with his family, and '* '
Bishop Hamilton West will be will also serve the Melrose parish. ',iif;'\s: Keystone Heights .

here on that day, and he will con Church Supper Successful r.V -- % .
,
duct Confirmation services as wellas At St. William's :J Il r' 1

the dedication that day. II Saturday evening, August 31, 4. Friday evening, September 5>th /

On August 24, the first services the ladies of St. William's Church
'were held in the new building held'' their annual Labor Day
'JWfa .; 7:30: to 9:00: p.m.
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KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE I Who's Dieting- Anyway- -, ? --I I REFRESHMENTS ir

Men's\ : ,, Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Ladies of St. William's Catholic I What man could resist these

Church declared all-out war on luscious pies and cakes, to say I ., ,.
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY dieters and dieting in general last nothing of those inviting smiles by' TTTTTTTFTTTTYYTYYYYYTTTTMELROSE St. William's Catholic Chapel

Saturday evening when they dis- (left to right) Lu Nelson, Jean I
? Heights
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner K.eyston'i _-4p
played, irresistible, but calorieladen Fox, Jane Donnelly, Gladyce Bach Sunday Mass ajt 8:30: a. m.
desserts at their annual Labor and Bee
mann Cooper. (Telegraph
Holyday Mass ,at 7:00 a. m,
,
Vt' Day weekend ham supper. photo.) Tuesday Mass at 8:00
r ,:;' ,.> :- : a. m.
By Joyce and Marry Rothhammer Confessions .. ..
1 weekend supper at the recreationhall regrets the fact that Mrs. Young' before all Masses
; VOTE of their Church. Tables had has found it necessary to resign AA..A..A..A..AAAA"AAllethodlst Baptisms, marriages and instructions M ,

s been set up on the lawn, and the her position with this paper and Circles Meet by appointment.
FOR YOUR HOMETOWN
meal was served cafeteria style in wishes to congratulate her,on the Mrs. A.:J. Witherspoon .was' TilE RIGHT POINT for the

f CANDIDATE the hall. Mrs. Harold Sutton, wonderful job she has been' doing. hostess to' members of Circle One way you write. Come In and select -
j chairman, and Mrs. Emery Cooper Since Labor Day weekend was a of the Methodist Church Wed- your favorite ESTERBROOK ..
M. L. (Les) co-chairman and all their busy cne, and since this was done nesday afternoon, Aug. 27. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. .

I : BEASLEY committee wish to thank all the at rather short notice, we apolo- Those present ,were: Mrs. W. Having received such a flood of favorable comments\ '
nice people who came to the sup- gize for the lack of news this
:
Austin, Mrs. Carl Berkelman, and
( FOR per, and they are especially grate week. [It has been said that "We" her daughter-in-law: Mrs. Jean following the Middleburg Rally'Saturday evening and
ful to the weather man for the -meaning I-is used by columnists -
( ; STATERepresentative delightful evening., and people with tape-worms..] Berkelma'n Myrtle Sutton from, Mrs.Atlanta Carl, Hag-Mrs. at the request of many persons,,: the following is a reprint -

Business ,Booming At Nearly New Perhaps next week we can more of ." ,
Floyd
glund, Mrs. Lew Neefus, Mrs. J. Gnann's talk there:
Tlie Nearly New Shop which I nearly approximate the work done "

CLAY COUNTYYour recently moved to the building heretofore by our predecessoryes -. [Continued On Next Page] EVERYTHING YOU
,
across Lawrence'Blvd. from Wat-I ,.and successor too. We would I NEED .
Vote and Supporton just like to that it is good-to Friends and Fellow Citizensof
son's Store reports that business say KEYSTONE It is no secret that I tm being
LIVE BAIT BOATS
Sept. 9 Will be Greatly is good. Anyone having things to I be back, and I will appreciateyour i Clay County: actively opposed by that political

Appreciated sell on consignment is urged to continued cooperation.. JEWELERSExpert COTTAGESRUTLEDGE'S- .1 As this campaign has pro- group';-who have for so

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) bring them in} as 5uch.merchan. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,Watch Repairing gressed throughout the CountyI long served "their own selfish
dise has been selling; 'very well. FLAJ. Line have interests at your expense. It
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Quality Jewelry 1 Mi. South Keystone looked anxiously for-
Personals R. Smith, pastor. Ralph --Walter Muhlhofer- ward to this rally at my, homein might be well for each of you
On Route 100
Mr. and Mrs,' George Clemens Copeland Minister of Music and Middleburg.. it is,here thatI to ask yourself why this group
r I and family, of Hillcrest; attendedthe church organist. have enjoyed the warm is so solidly and vigorously

Putnam County Hibiscus,Show Services: .Sunday School, 9:45a. : I friendships of a lifetime. My supporting my opponent.. I can
at Ravine Gardens In 11 a. LAKEFRONT SPECIALS __ tell you whybecaUse when
Palatka on m.Moming.Worship m. --, birthplace is not a stone's
b FULL SIZE Sunday. Training Union 6:45: p. m. Even-. throw from this platform, and fair and equal tax asessmentscome
Mr. and Mrs. Jim.Donnelly and ing services 7:30 p.. nu '.White Sand Lake- A Good Investment my fine family and 'I still live to, Clay County It. will
children. Mary and Jimmy, are in that same house.I cost them 'money. For years
now settled irr-the Fendrick homeon ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL LOTS AT $1250 you ',have, been- .paying this
Lawrence Blvd. CHURCH have recently submitted group's share of taxesand
j These lots are.easily reached require little clearing and
,
HdprintRANGES We are happy;.!to welcome Mr The ,Rev. -Allan Batt, Minister. I myself as a candidate to a they frantically want you to
and Mrs::C'V. Brust to?our com I Sunday.Service: 9:00: 'a. m. 'next'year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY'OF 1958" position of public trust and continue paying,their share"
I
munity. They lire the folks who I Parish Night Supper: First service-that of your Tax As I ,
have built, that, I lovely*'new homeat Thursdays. 6:30: p. m.COmml"ITY' sessor. During this campaign I hive to'penalize no intention' nor desire -
have presented the facts disturbing anyone as your
the extreme East Eend'of Law S. MCKAY--REALTOR
rence Blvd. Mr. .Brust who for- CHURCH OF : and alarming. facts;. Tax Assessor.: I will not seek to
take aavantefce
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS of anyone by
facts which cannot be denied-
merly owned a number of drug Rev. J. Russell Young Minister.Dr. Phone 3701 2051 4151 4209 assessing their'
stores in South Florida is Keystone Heights .- about the past operation of property higher
now James D. Pait. Organist, Tax Assessor's than it should be, but I will-
office
four i
engaged in the soft-drink busi My .
Choir Director. and this
platform has therefore been a -what they fear-I
Services: Church School 9:4:
will assess*their
ness.Seen tripping the light fantasticat Il very simple one based on hon-. '' property on a
aon. Morning Worship 11 a.m.LEE'S' 'Insurance Is Our Only Business1WE farr and' equal basis with the
est and self evident principlesof
the.C. A. P.. Square [?] Danceon property of everyone else. Theyaren't
Friday'evening were: The Ed '--'- Democratic government -
i WRITE ALL FORMS fcfraid-of paying more
Ccnneens. the Dick Sunderlands yet principles which have been '
N the Joe Eawlikowskis.-the Everett : OF INSURANCE flagrantly and openly violatedin than their share..'THEY JUSTDON'T

Foxes, the Bob Fiertz', and the DRIVEINTHEATRE the past by the selfish-in WANT TO PAY THEIR
SHARE. ;
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Paul Holmes.;The dance was heldin REYNOLDS terest group of politicians who

\ the hangar, at the KeystoneAir ,. have for so long dictated the The leader of this group, whois

.' Park. policies of this county. so actively and vigorouslycampaigning
Phone 4113 AGENCYPHONES
-- "! S. : ,- Mrs. Bob Ftertz was happy to INSURANCE Equalizing the tax burden in against''me that I

have her father E. W, Saunders, Keystone Heights, Fla. Clay County is of paramount i' often wonder who my opponent
of East Aurora. N. Y.. visiting her importance to our growth and really is, is ,a large property
over the Labor Day weekend. Mr. Office 2442 Home ,2701 development. Industry cannot I owner as well as a' long-time

Saunders. who was in the Southon Note: Effective Sept. 1 we Keystone Heights, Fla.6UIUHN0 and will not tolerate a tax public official. For years this
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,\ It' a business dip took time off will be closed Tues., Wed., system in which a few are fav-' man 'and a groUp of his close
to visit his and son-in- associates, all,, of
daughter Thurs. each week during ored so that their share of the whom are

.,. law.Pvt. the winter season. l' I Lumber Hardware Paint cost of government must be* solidly opposing my election.
Roger K. Rivers son of I Cement 'Concrete Blocks borne by others. My first promIse -I lave enjoyed! favoritism in tax
iL t Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rivers recently Fri.. Sat. Sept. 5, 6 then, is to fairly and assessments: They must feel
:f" took part in combat effi to in-1 Ii that my defeat wilr insure a
f SUPPLIES Precast U LintelsAll equally assess property
tests at Fort WALT DISNEY'SWESTWARD '
..) ciency training sure that the tax burden of the' continuance of this policy of
"" Campbell Ky. A rifleman in Co. Lengths favoritism.
,7 'w. county will be borne'equally by
D. of the 101st Airborne Divi HO
all according to property own. From the beginning I have
sion's 502nd Inf., Pvt. Rivers entered THE WAGONS! Lighting Fixtures
ed.
the Army in October 1957 invited and urged all those who

and completed basic training at Fess Parker, Kathleen Crow- tb' ROY W. TYRE My second promise -despite are interested in good; clean
to vislt'th'e office .
government
Fort Bragg, N. C. ley. rumors to the contrary is '
Larry LaMee is enrolled at the Featurette: Arizona Sheepman SUPPLY HOUSEPhone that your constitutional( rightof and inspect the tax rolls for
new Junior College in Palatka.A BROOKLYN Homestead Exemption will themselves. \The:facts'contained -

',' :', .' f'--:,, '. .. ; large number of Keystone Sun., Mon.\ Sept. 7, 8 be preserved, wherever and j in'thoSe' rolls 8peak"aloudand -
students headed for school in 2741 Keystone Heights, Fla. whenever property is entitled! tell far more eloquentlyand

Starke early Tuesday morningvia THE STORY OF to Homestead Exemption it convincingly than,could I
AS LOW AS -the sordid 'story of' tax favoritism
car pools. ,Later it is plannedto PERRIFirst will be given. This I pledge to '
that has existed in Clay
purchase a bus for the transportation you.
of high school students Tru-Ufe Fantasy in Technicolor .County Many, have accepted
tc BHS. .. ;i. Based on these promises, and this invitation, some to confirm -
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the conditions of unequaland ; my statements and others
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Notice: Featurette: Alan in SpaceNANCY Your correspondent for this t, unfair tax assessments,: to try and prove me wrong.
169" week-and other weeks, we hope- i 'I\ x*",:.",J Open which I have uncovered in the I[Not one.has left that office
tax rolls of previous' years it ;, without expressing' amaze-
\ 1'thokei the ttA Savings is 'my conviction that when 1 mint at what they found and

JANESchoolote the 'job of fair and equal tag I convinced that a change must
d' .. be made ...,,- ',f ;
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; assessment has been done Aryy!' -
> ., ,,: .Y I renee Account':
Weekly after Small Down
$2
Payment
which is my desire the taxesof i My position: (is.fair and firm.
DanceANNOUNCES -
most of the people in this '
between :dean.My heart
My hands Are
NO TRADE NEEDED With Us
-*- county will be lowered When I I Ii is clear_ and my Sole ambitionis

those property owners in this I "service to',jou. I stand for
WiChit1qTO Y! county who have been favoredfor I
All Porcelain .- Large Super Gray Porcelain I The Opening Of I Its Fall Term t I years are finally called up- honest ment In:and Clay,efficient*County'-govern that

Calrod kyjtiq on. to pay their fair share of walk towarda
Oven Leveling Legs Automatic together we may
QUALIFIED INSTRUCTION WILL BE OFFEREDIN j' the
of
+, E county taxes the taxes future of progress;'and pros-
Thermostat Oven. small will at least be reduced
'I, people perity for all of, our people.
h' to their proper and, fair
level. Let me assure you that I Your support now and your

Tap. w Acrobatic do not advocate, nor do I favor vote on September .9th will be

;. BalletToe BANKING HOURS Mon. thru Thurs.: higher taxes. deeply'.appreciated.
All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S
We Meet S
: I 9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M. ".

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i DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon thru Thurs.
; .Register CaB 9:00 AJI. 4:00 P.M. THANK 'YOU
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Mrs.. Gordon Adams -- Phone,3641 FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. -' 6:00 P.M. FLOYD GfiANN .- CANDIDATE
CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

THE KEYSTONE FOR TAX ASSESSOR .
MARY JANE WILSON, Instructor I STATE BANKA Clay County

Phone 9391 Keystone.Heights, Fla. '
Nancy Jane is a Member of the National Association Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community

Where Service Is Assured I ,of Dance and Affiliated Artists. v Keystone Heights, Fla. 1 (Pd..Pol..Adv.)

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... Rt ;and spoke on the General Assem- Burt Circle of the Methodist r ."'7.I .
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.YYYYYYYY'YY YYYTtYYYY. tgoweeks ago Monday gaze to IQnie Raulerson and son of reports cf her work with children years of age. He will be ,4h tbe
Church
M II AIV. lf' bly Meeting of the Woman's So- on Aug., 27. i' ;
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: Hampton City 'Hall hadn't been i Brooker, and cousins of Mrs.Knight's I
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.4 ciety of Christian Service held in Members present were Mrs. on the mission field in Brazil. third grade at Hampton 1 Elementary -
.. z. IAAUV KIRIEY LAKE connected yet, as of Monday this from Alabama.
ContinuedA. uuu"l, ,' .art' A-* St. Louis; Mo.. May 6-9. John Griner Mrs. George Stone, : .wee. What's worse the pay telephone The three children Mr."-and Mr. and Mrs.. E. L. Birt have a- School, a transfer} .stude \;

( :t Mrs.J.. Wune "SP.CP*-, was I;:Mrs. A 1..'Pri Mrs/Ecu",, J JJarq- booth i in Claude May's Mrs. Robert Barksdale of Starke dopted a son, Ronnie, now eight from the Starke schools.ALVAREZ' .
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Sfeere. Miss Mattie ;Farns- chosen, chairman and the ladies age.; Mrs 'Jphn Clarke. Mr$.,Robert ; r Mae Moore stcre' was taken out the day the spent the weekend here with their ..on, &1'.
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worfn1Mrs.. H..W::Tyler, and Mrs. decided .to', nine. ,the .circle... :after 't Carr: 'and }!rs. Fred Clarke. &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Training booth was up-leaving no pay grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Established itISien's $1 .
Witherspoon. Mrs Mable Pearsall, a devoted Mrs. Hardage was' in charge of telephone in town. STORE
Hornewhile.theBarfedale.s made
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Mrs 'l'ylerhad 'the program member,.of the church and ,theWoman's the General program and:spcke on the ended Friday, qti'bt'with study goodly course -The,telephone -'is in the. booth- a trip to Atlanta, Ga. Billy Horne, Clothing .
Assembly Meeting of the
Society of Christian Women's Society of ChristianS number> of awards..I will let you it's Just'that the connecting wires of Homestead' AFB, spent Satur- ,_ .
Sen-ice.: .- know carpe 'cutthe' roof through some nightand Sunday with his
Fair-is'FAIR fvice. -- how many as soon as I find i' par-
Jim The next meeting will be held cut from our director. pipes$ and there'they dangle. It ents.. A WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT
After the is HELPFULOn
ANNAPOLIS prod, COMBAT vef. at the nom of Mrs. Neefus, and prograpi Mrs. Clarke Sunday School attendance was has taken the city council since Mr. and Mrs. James Broome
tunnu served delicious
refreshments.Mrs. .
.v ton.of' US.Dr. Farno iEST :FAIR kp.in STCRUNa 2 Mrs. Pearsall will ,assist her. Hagglund is president of up ''past the 100 mark this week February to persuade the telephone and family cf Vero Beach were Your Board of County Commissioners '

is YOUR At fhe close of the meeting Mrs. both circles. with 39 visitors. i company to put up the visitors of the Frank Williamses"
Uim.fair
Witherspoon served refreshments. Progress bqoth-wonder how Icng it will .
ir. and Phil on the new building. and both families spent theweekend 4
Mrs.
friend why HONEST i4s iUu *! i 'Also Mrs.. John Clarke was and children of Atlanta Berkelman, Ga. arevisiting being made with special mention take the company now to get it at the cottage on Lake Re-elect/ -

... .. hostess to the members of Minnie his parents and to:Mr. and Mrs. Neal Elder for connected? Santa Fe.
a Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Berkelman sister spending' all Labor .Day working Reminder: TB Chest X-Ray Miss Connie Sweeney of Gainesville -

e I and Miss Ruth Berkelman. cn it while a good many of the The mobile X-ray unit, testingfor spent last week here with Jessie CIIIINtIIIIIr.

I -PAUL'S; SUN IiIEsF visiting the Berkelmans are their Also rest. of us were taking life easy. tuberculosis' will in by free chest X- Miss Barbara Matchett, and was r .
; granddaughter Miss Kathy Mc- Choir practice was held Satur- rays be Hampton on weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Thursday next week. September .. ; For
G inty. day night of last week because wewere Robert Cox. t .ter
11, at the city hall, from 10 a.
MelroseIWbere Friends MeetRENTA taking
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sh Training Union Miss Wendy and Debbie Hill
rouse
courses the"other lights. m. to 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. to 5 p.
the former Ruth Hope, spent a were overnight visitors in Gainesville County Commissioner
FOUNTA N. ;;.;.. ,f1JJJ 4JJf --MAGAZINES day in Melrose visiting friends Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Elder and m. Friday with Sherry Christie.
Czn-Iaplipg Every Friday
family plan to be with ,
-- and' relatives. They are now living dedication day. Brother Haines us on,I I I Can-bauling, for Hamptonhomeowners Mike Overcash and Sylvia Over- District Four County-At-Large
in Miami. cash of Lancaster
S. C. visited in
is ,
cur loss, will be gain for that now each Friday *
ML Mrs. Evans Spires > our of Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. Mar ,She has served faithfully
DlUNfi.Pmp-Serace accompanied day: We do miss this-family from instead twice per month as you
by her mother-in-law, Mrs. church. previously, Hampton City Council vin Faile and daughters Wednes-
Albert Spires, spent a couple of our decided at its last meeting. day. Visiting with them on Thurs- 0 She is well qualified (
-1 tift t .4V4l4M4'! J WMU meeting will be held at
\ days with her mother in .Miami. the home of Mrs. E. M. Norton Each week, R. L. Brown will day was Joe Catanzaro or. Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires and pick-up cans, and also "limbs, sonville. She is experienced
Wednesday. Sept. 3, at 10:30
: a.
.- Prompt S vi @, Free Estimates children are moving to a lakefront .m.. :Hope to see you there trash, rubbish or discarded stuff Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and '

home on Lake Swan. Mn,and Mrs. R. L. Smith spent i that you have ready to be hauled children moved Saturday from Jessie Chastain has served eight years and

There will be a Kelley's Re- the weekend in Leesburg visiting away to the dump" according to Hampton to the new home they never missed a Commission meeting. She

i : ':.fR'JLNI:: :L, mm union at the County Park In Hart- Mrs.Smith's.mcther,';Mrs.:Millie the announcement' posted at have been building in Maxville. is always there looking after the interest of
I Pieahowski, who had
spring, located in Gilcrest hall. Mrs. Mary
county Hampton.. city
'f ; Sapp. those who elected her to office..
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O, b1c\\t ose, Fla.: The big 'event will be September7th Sorry Rev. Mott was too ill to Personals been living near Hampton, has .
and at 1 p. m. they will havea I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fox .and purchased the Slade home and
t the pulpit' he is DEPENDABLE HONEST RELIABLEYOUR
( fill Sunday. Hope
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cwce 5.J1QJ.. ;, picnic lunch : moved in Saturday.
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) ., 'l .' spread at the feeling better by now. M; Ford of Putnam County near
"Y. .. park. This will be a big reunion Interlachen visited here Sunday Bob Faile, husband of the former -
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: \1 1'r: Mrs Laura Leach, one of our VOTE ON SEPT. 9
for all members of the'Kelley family extension School with Mr. and .Mrs. G. P. Wads. Norma Jean Jones, receivedhis
Sunday
#OJ. pupils '
,rt 't"I ,1 and they are all invited. also Is on the'sick list.: Truly hope worth. The Wadsworths wereovernight discharge from the U S Navy WILL. BE MOST HIGHLY APPRECIATED
APPLI School Opens With with lust::. weekend .and is to meet Mrs.
iG-E I, visitors Friday
N i RAPID & T.V. she will I soon be well.HAWTON.. 1
0 Many, New Faces the Thomas Wadsworth family in Faile in Lancaster, S. C., where (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
.: :SAJ. &nice she has been visiting, sometime
The biggest event at Melrose .inv n.vy..vrr t1t..I ; 1'..-:..!. Bunnell.
: PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING this "week happened Wednesday Mr.: .and Mrs. Calvin Richard. this week. Although the couple
plan to make their home in Washington "'. ":, 'o ...., ,,,
That's the day the patter of footsteps and daughter of Ocala spent the < > .. ..
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: /cuzzi Home_..Water. .'Systeips was heard all over Melrose (.I : : : Labor Day weekend here with D. C., where Mr. Faile .J.7' ':J<' ?"'"'' '-

gh. 'It'was the first. day of her.parents, Mr. and Mrs.. GeraldAdkins. will attend school, they'plan to ..:.)1
WELL DRILLING J! :- 2 Tp .4 .IN. school.: Though.many; disliked the Bj Hn.' D. B. Mill Mrs. Richard and MrsAdkips visit here first with' the RaleighBrannens if"t.

; Idea of giving up"their'vacation, t 4. ..\ AJ visited in Macclenny Sun and here'the last Marvin week Failes.with Keep Florida Ahead! ; ,
MANN Plumbing&Elecnc( Co. there was a glow of excitement'on I 4DoubleBarrel day, with the latter's father, J. W. Visiting : t.
her
ElectionN and
all faces. Everyone was eager to Priester.Mr. Mrs. Frankie Jean Keyes SPESSARD L
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meet old friends again and Dake'x
Box 353 Melrose\ Fla. Ph. GR 5.2563 : w ones ,There were plenty of Voters .roistered .for both ..thecity Homer spent last week with rela waS her sister of Ft. Myers.
new faces too, not election and the county primary tives in Ft.,Myers. YWAs of Hampton Baptist ,
,. .. ..___ only pupils but election will evening,
kill
two birds Monday
.0- n. Church met
new Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton '
teachers and most jm rtan t, I 'HOLLA'ND
-:. a ,new principal.: with ones, ,,stone. on,Tuesday, Sep and son; left last week for Mclane, Aug. 25, at the church, with Miss <<

L TYPE5 OF INSURANqE; : The.new-principal, Earl, Cherry, 9, with Hall.both el :cti9ns in HamptpCity n Vp; Mrs,:Melton's: home town, to Norma Sweeney as YWAs programspe'aker. had

succeeds Sidney .H. Dunn, who make their home. The-local r '
We- write. Fire- 'Wind Storm, all.lines of Casualty In- had been at Melrose since 1954. The city election will be in the J Labor Day visitors at.the home named their group for Miss i '.

,sqrance, and, Bonds. Though he's new:at Melrose, 'Mr=: office inside the building, with of Mrs.. Ina Knight were Mrs. Sweeney, and have been studying i YOUR U. S. SENATORPromises

I Cherry is an old hand at voters naming a mayor, clerk, ,
'SPESIAt: RATES TO being
DRIVERS ABLE T0Q UALI- marshal, and
three
couneijmen.
.FY' AS NON-DRINKERS I I I principal, and this will be his Primary Election OPENING IN STARKE SOON 11! @
tenth, year at that job. Last year

WALI/ITH/ ; INSURANCE AGENCY' I he I was priIcipSlI.t Lyons Toombs" Cenh'al be,In hi'the the.Democratic main ,room 'election of the ,city to of Paint FREE! ;.'* ..Na.

I his B.High S. and in Masters, Ga.degree He from got hall, voters will choose between I.1 Gal.. or 1 IQt. 1 *

?A 'AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE" the;, University of Georgia. ,This? Pepper Spessard for L.D.Holland S. Senator and; for Claude one WITH EACH ONE YOU,BUY "......

winter he
will
start
e,, 7Keystop ;.Hej j hts,, Fla, toward his Doctor' decree working in Education. of three, Vernon D. Bond, WilburC. "We EIini, ate the 1\ 'ddleman's Profit" .* *
King, or,Naomi T.
Murrell.for
q\ T -1. -. ._ J r : Welcome'and'good luck!
l state railroad and public utilities In Gainesville Store
Sinew ,teachers replaced, the We Still Can Serve You,h .
.. teachers that,'left' commissioner in group 1;for one 't

Elect"1 I of| them is elementary and .only She one is Carter of four, ,Jim Jim Blanton, Jerry W. MARY ,CARTER PAINT STORE.
t Fair or Joseph T.
Mrs.fourth Morrow grade.,She who received t will teach her the B., McDonald as state railroad and 501N., .W..8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588


f Ct J' :OIJISE'$ : G. SMJIR |sity S.This.degree: basketball year from there, coach Eastern will in.be Mlchi additionto a var g at1.- commissioner group public In the 2.utilities two, contests that commissioner of for commissioner county-, '.- are Deceptive 4 : .


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a varsity football coach. He Is

;4 !3'' (IVIrs.. ,Clf\ide: H Smith) Lou Johnson, who hails from district for district, ,and four of particular Is the Hampton inrarest -- Records are Not!
Washington.Pa. Last year
he.did ONLY$2S.00 DOWN
here. Jessie B. 'Chastain.,
graduate work at the
FORASSESSOR ;.Florida. In addition to Universityof basket now, in office. from Hampton, is 1 The voters of Florida do not want apolitical l lI

bail! \ he will teach Junior High opposed, by Lavern H. Outlaw. In I chameleon for. U. S. Senator A political 'ch4me-

: 'is ; : OR TAXES foqtball and science. He is the district. one: for county commis- : leon will .promise anything.? It changes color outwardly i
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eighth grade sponsor. stoner? E. L. Crawford, Ewell Builds This House On Your Lot
:. New at the job of teaching is Lawson !and A. ,B. Whitehead are without any,real change beneath.iispQlitical -
running for the post. sfcin.
.CIAY COUNTY MSS Robert- Andrews, who previously :' Election officials for the democratic -
; made her home in o Florida's .
? Spart- future-prcgrcss.demands ,.sens-
.. .. .. '. en urg, S. C. She will sponsor the primary ,will be clerk, p. P.Wadfworth' .
+ --.. eleventh grade and teach English. : : inspectors, W. H. 1r i' ible-- stable, responsible; proved representation-in
She has Maxwell, Mrs. Neta V. Johnson the U. S. Senate.
a B. A.
degree l"'
i
,from
9eens and Airs. T, ,P.' Brown.'Qtr .
Q College in Chartytfe, N, Senator Spessard Holland the kind of
{ >lectiop; <, provides
: EXERCISE, YOUR C CE C..
l-J9{ ,
'Sponsoring the seventh In the city election, candidates representation that Florida needs. His impressive
gradeis who qualified by the deadline, 4"v record is for all to
OF :PUBLIC OFFICIALS ,1M's. Marian Jannetides who open see.
will teach Tuesday night, Sept. 2, .were M.
% Sh&- is from commercial subjects. L. Wattersonfmayor; W. H. Max. Spessard Holland is the first Florida Senatorin
Gainesville and ihis '
| well, clerk. ., 40 to the vital Senate
Your VoteandSuppprtWlllBfi is )ier sixth year of teaching. Last -<# years serve on Appropri
; Qualifying, for the two officeson ,....-.- "
year she taught.atNewberry! and i .. ,;,": "'''',' r; ations Committee. lIe is member of the important -
\ Appreciated $ 9tAf received her degree. :from. Indiana. the council for two-Year,terms.. r >>. .J.'t._ ," :... '''_ .....oP''::'.' m"'.....-.,..' Senate Committee Agriculture> and
on. p.t. --- were A. C. Dennison and IX 'H/: 'e.; '" ;).7."1 'f>...>::;f.--tp ,
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University. : "' .. '. ,;
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T" .. .
1., Mr. Crawford, .both incumbents!G. P. i ')' ; .A. '"... ...- :::-:.. -- Forestry. As.a firm.and.courageous lighter lDr

(Pd. Pol!; Adv.) wig, co-sponsor and Mrs.the Thomas senior Fowler class. l Wadsworth qualified for -council i I "The Capri" States' Rights, he was the .principal sponsor .of

The Fowlers man for one-year term. the Tidelands Act that brought Florida 4.000'-
.. '- .. are,froin! Win, Two councihnen.
MJss. Mr. Fowler will-teach math, Frank Williams square miles of offshore area, including potentialoil

\ s '1''" fa from ark he Mississippi received; : a.% S. ,degree last year and-for Don'a Hill twoyearto, were elected rn1 GASH. PRICE E $1-495 fields. Holland has been is, and will continueto

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college and aM.Ecj. -
1. degree"from Mississippi So'uth- hence are.,not up for te- 1ection. be a leader in Florida flood control and water-

erp. Ths{ ,is.hs} ;foyrth> year of marshal The offices of mayor, clerk., and This modern %2-bedroom home is designed: for Southern vling. ways projects, pest eradication, citrus development

te.ching..MI's. Fowler has the job term. are each for cone-y ,/Three-Jalousie! Windows. and a Jalousie.Door are among! veterans' affairs and hospitals,. old-age as

of L librarian and also -teaching Election! officials for the city the standard features offered in ;this welt. oDStru W.home.i sistance, anti-subversive .i legislation, and many

English of IV, This will be her third eleQtionwWbe Lynn Hall, K. 'B.Wa'tterspn'aijdIc Completely finished outside doors,,ttldows: screensetc other programs vital to Florida's'welfare.
year, teaching, and she received i
hef*B. A. degree from Mississippi Knight. and 2 coats of paint. Partitions, tudding, ,aDd floors .,only

Poljsffl be pen'for: ? bothelection 'I inside.
College., on THE
Returning teachers Include ? Jro'm.;//I a. p. fa 7 j>. m. poj VOTING RECORDHis
y ; Tuesday,,
M rs. LoUie Crenshaw., first grade; Baptist Paster .; 26-0 ultra-liberal opponent, the already once*
Resigns .
Mrs.
grade;Mildred Mrs.,Florence Worley Bgedenbaeh second." ''Maryih JEL: Pajie/rho' haser- a It t___ rejected I ex-Senalor neglected his job when,!*.

third grade:; Mrs: 'Jewtte M c- Oed R pastor of'Inpton'Bpptls t was in the Senate,.compiling a very poor,voting

ti Grath, fifth grade; and M rs .AY., Church ),for the,:last jtbxef;lears. and attendance record. (Holland was n retard

lean Smith "sixth has'Vesignid as ..pastor, effective !i 11104CM 4ATM IEDQDaw ,
grade.School )ti&h .on 977% of issues xs. his ,opponent's 7.,6"in
SundaySept.J28v
{ GaIneS teachers, mnth'grade.include fJcpn 74 "Mr. .,and'-b'?'tar- ,Kalle
10 history; Mrs. Johns'tpne saqd l 'Hamptonj; :in/une.?!? following>f b much legislation unacceptable florWa:
his, graduation from. '
Tennessee, 0
.
tenth gradesponsor and, Hpm I = II' The former Senator foiled Florida and the South.
Temple } !
APP ll1n Chattanooga, 0
i Economics; Dave Barbe coach. ; h eeVng| re-election the' .former Senator is desperately '
Tcnn. At theelpse of hisministry ;
: .Just Like. people;.a tie.cancel old before its time, Mfs. Gerry Jackson coach;-OscarBaldwin ; nI I
hfre/t) aji move Roo BU'Roost
to
Vocational Agriculture ( eyYpl, .. to Lancaster UVIH4 trying to deny his record -p record that -
: For; example, the ]ife,of_ a tire may be shortened.as e'; & ,C. ,to enter: Christian 'I
: ; caused Florida
and Mrs. Evelyn Zoff. \L voters to repudiate him in 1950.
much as jjs sr.PCdy as ,a result of chronic underinnation. music. work there.Is __
: Over-inflation is bad; too.. when the bell rang, to start Telephone JBooth>
?
i"I The former Senator has become political
?
: $t vysy to.ayoid propaturc apqg of your.fires iilo :.rhe..nat.hour jras-spent Just I.JI.nd'scaplndYou' chameleon, trying to win votes with empty prom
J&;] M heard of people buyinga .
ypur ,mip's Dealer( take care of them for you. registering and becoming a.c- ises.
I
'
1 } e 11 check them frequently, make sure they're properly quainted.At a aerial without getting a
0,0.
: inflated, and repair,them if necessary. And, if a tire 10 o'clock a short assemblywas TV set,: just for "sh0W"1be The.record srjows.that Senator} t S.pesardIpJand{ !

'If becomes unsafe he can provide a new and dependable held for.high school.students, -that's what- the" North I't is the man Florida needs. He is a leader, a doer
: Phillips 66 Actioij-Tfead Tubjleji.TAn ircT'Jerome and Mr. Cherry brief welcome ] Florida Telephone} Co. thoughtthe t
gave a '
who <
: Hampton City Council had JIM. WALTER CORP. a man} thinks at all times of the needs t>f
speech. He then read the
.R ipAtHYftltion where roll soe. nl'e.aD4 nIbbt"k In mind when Florida and.the South. He the
1 61)f1 cld. i ; H sol policies, both,the old and they requested an stays on job, votes
'
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L (tl'J.1S outdoor
,, ;.pay' telephone booWe've th.
soundly and reflects .the will of those he
'
which repre
new ones have been added. come to this "World's Largest & _Best Builders. .. of Shell Homes" :
conclusion
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HeexpainedwVthe| | !: reason lot.thesince op- sents.
i rulers and the, .consegeDces,if they the shiny'new bcoUTerectedtte VISIT US OR CALL COLlicr..
!
Johns Oil Co., Distributor wee disobeyed. He also discussedsealing Vote for and support Sp ssar'd L. Holland!: for

I <<; arrangement :in-the.audi- 1 QB'i.L.LOfv'E ,new Ester Gainesville, Rt. 2, Box 213-A, Hawthclne and Kin- U.'S.. Senator.
: .66 St i4e FIa. tortum. '
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: (The students then went thethey 4 .brqqjt...pursa-slze fountain pens in I said Road r-rPhone' ..FR: ?23587.Palatka .. KEEP fLORIDA AHEAD WITH HOLLAtD( !

., daily schedule with all the pastel thades. Only |3.09 at Bradford P. O.'Bos 782, Located the "Y" -
.. II Political Adv. paid for by W. P. Shelley. Jr, State Campaign
i
w ;,:r., I periods shortened..School was dis -CountyTelegraph.. I I Phope US1. :h'.71 ,Director:-Herbert E..W U .-State Campaign 7i a UMr..tr

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SEPT. 4, 1933; UKAUFUUD COUNTY,'.TLt:41ArH'riTAUI k.. I I-LOKIDA,' PAGE NINE
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'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Friday night.'Mrs. Corean McNeil,

I .. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED" presidentvMrs: ,R.. .B. ,Cohen, re --.
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CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY porter.PTA Meetinff

Ii'.CHURCH NEWS By Ozora J. Shell The first meeting of "the RJE- s ERG000'h

PTA will be'held' in the cafe- .,
.i .v torium on .Wednesday. Sept. 10.
u at 8 p. m.: President Marion Dellis
Back To SchoolApproximately will be held on Monday night after -
asking all officers, members,
700 pupils entered the 3rd Sunday. Mrs. Louiza
parents/and friends to h
Presbyterian Church hip, sermon by Rev. James Call RJE, C. C. Anderson, Brown- president. Essie Perdue patrons. '
'missionary to Africa, 11 a. m. Vateroak,, Hampton, and Thurs- ; vice-president. Mrs. D. B. attend importance as she'for'has a message the of good for you I Good body-building
Friday, Adult Choir practice, Youth Fellowships. 6 p. m. Even- ttn Schools in Bradford Countyon Jackson, secretary, Henry Bryant; you leading'up
8'p. in.Sunday.. ing Worship slides and discussion Tuesday of, this week.: Enroll- tre8.stirer. Mrs. Albert reporter, election of officers the' first Wed- I food for growing youngsters, tasty refreshment '

-. church School. for of Mission Work, Rev. James ment is expected to increase by Mrs. S. C. Price principal. nesday in' October. E. Thompkins.- I4 for the whole family. Serve often,

all ages. 9:45: a. m. Morning WorEPB.2c1k1IForbeis Call, 'missionary. to Nikki. Da. .the end of the week. All buses Hampton. Training School principal.Church News o rf Super Sue is super good-it's superior.
I '
homey, French Equatorial Africa, were on regular schedule and On Tuesday 33 pupils in first I Mount Moriah Methodist Church
7:30p.m. classes were being conducted in second. and third grades enrolled' ; f.;'r .
Mount Moriah Methodist
Tuesday Circles of the Wo- the usual .manner. The new fac at Hampton' School. Principal ; r .
Church. Rev H. J..Blount ?
pastor
BIBLE VERSE men of the Church will meet as ulty members at RJE high school Taylor is trying hard b get the )
follows: No. One, Mrs. W. S. Mc- held regular quarterly conferenceon
include Mrs. O. W. George home grass on the school .campus cut.
Aliley, hostess, 8 p. m. No. 2, Mrs. economics, Hardrick Taylor social Jailing all. male patrons and Sunday'with In District, Supt. E.
M. Hurley charge: He 'was accompanied -
R. G. Patterson hostess, 9:30: a. studies, and Minnie Bell those interested in the safety of 'his
m. No. 3, Mrs. Hebert Green, Wheeler, sixth grade. Adult edu- children. Let's protect them from by wife. School Mrs.
hostess, meeting in assembly hall, cation classes started this week snakes and other vermin by clear- Eleanor Hurley Sunday
8p.m.Wednesday. will be held:at, 10:.. m. Sunday.All .
also at RJE. Principal Eddie ing the campus'for them. This is
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members and friends are invited >
Junior Choir Thompkins is in charge of this a real SOS because the county >
to class meeting each Tues-
practice; 3:30: p. m. division of studies. maintenance department is
'SupervisorShell overloaded E
day night. Vera Coleman; reporter. Keep a familysizey2 (
will. work, in the general. and we must call upon Allen Chapel AME Church J
and assortmentof
At The Tabernacle on an -
area of social studies which will comunity' parents to help.Let's Allen.Chapel A. M. E. Church,
include choral and ''church'music make this last school year at Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will single-serving cups ['
our peace,who hath The. Youth Rally at the Gospel for all persons interested in the Hampton the best ever-Mrs. M. hold regular communion services in your refri .
made both and bath Tabernacle! last Saturday night Taylor principal. ..
one, broken county.! Other adult school faculty starting with Sunday School at
down the middle wall of partition consisted of choruses Scripture MAll
members will be selected Anderson Junior
bttuetnia. by Prin- High 10 a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas in -
reading, and a quiz contest all
cipal Thompkins. Rev. J. P. There have been no additionsor charge, morning service 11 a. m. u
by the young people. Refresh- Franklin will continue to offer subtractions to the faculty at Love Feast and sermon by the Popular Flavors/ Cones, Cups, Pints, Family -GaI/ons/ :

Sunday School-:45 AM ments were served'and useful the course in Moral'and Spiritual the Anderson School in Lawtey, pastor; missionary meeting .4 p. .a.
gifts for school were presented
Foundations ,which is designed All teachers have reported and m. A. C. E. League at the usual ..
Morning 11 AM to each one present,.The evening
Worship- '
to
primarily help ministers, super- are ready for another good year hour; evening worship and communion III'
Training Union-6:45 PM i closed with a balloon party.servicewas intendents, teachers and Sunday:. oi work. Principal Anderson is at 6 p. m. We are glad to :
The Sunday morning
School scholars increase their asking for your continued cooperation have Mcther Pullum back with us
Evening Worship 8 PM conducted by the sponsor, knowledge and. understanding of and that parents enroll their afteran extended vacation. The Mw
J. T. Quigley after which he took
the Bible. Registration will con- children in the school insurance District President Sister Elizabeth
part in the service held by the tinue throughout the'week..A fee for their protection while at school Givens, wishes.to.. ank .all missionary iiUi1ITFrt. :
Gideons in the State Prison a t w
of $2 per course will be charged and enroute to and from school. workers _for making the ..
Madison Street Raiford. each adult. This amount helps to The'cost is just $1.50.per year, program ,at Mt. Zion, Lawtey a

CARD OF THANKSTo provide lights.- heat., and main- which is less than a penny a day success last Sunday she.is asking '-
tenance. The"fee will, be charged when we stop to realize that the for your (Continued cooperation on ..
Baptist Church those who expressed their only once each year. Classes will child must attend:school 180 days the Lake City District. E. J. .

sympathy in so many beautifuland start in September'and close.May each year, if he is to successfully' Givens; reporter ".
practical ways during our, 29, 1959. Basic courses leading to complete his work. The.staff'includes Antioch Baptist Church II

sad bereavement, we extend our a high school diploma will meet : Miss A. B. Anderson'first Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. ..
J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastors heartfelt thanks Mr. and Mrs., four evenings per week [Monday grade; Mrs. M. W. Turner 2nd George Lee pastor will hold regular ., Sat. i i .

C. M. Burnett.. Mr. and Mrs. E. C., Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday] and 3rd, Mrs:, R. H .Donald 3rd services on Sunday starting I .. .

". .. Johns. with Wednesday_open.-for. special and 4th, Mrs. Z. P. Jennings. 5th with Sunday School at the' usual Se p t. 5, 6 ,.
areas such as typing.."music radio, and 6th, Mrs. D. B. Richardson, hour Deacon, Clarence Williamsin .

II industrial arts-landscaping.! .Each 7th and 8th.. n., Mrs._ ___. C._, Johnson... 8th_ __ charge. The choir will sing for .
FIRST BAPTIST Church -- Starke class will run three hOurs. yeterans ,and 9th and Physical Ed. C. C. the first; time' since' vacation in SOUTHERN H CROSS Diamond Jubilee :
enrolled under Public. Law l Anderson, principal. Mrs. Jen- August. Rev. Lee is. asking' all .
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor 550 are required to take all of the nings has done further special members and officers to be on .
a. .
basic courses for training'benefits. study In music at BethuneCookman duty all day Sunday. a. .
Jefferson and Court Streets. In the Heart of .TownPhones Other adults may take any College and will have chargeof Mount Calvary Baptist Church luxurious ..

.l Office number desired. High school diploma music in the school, while Miss Mount Calvary Baptist Church,
234 Pastorlum 130 damask
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a tests are given each second W. Cromity will assist and teach ,Rev. George Lee 'pastor. will'have uilted

SUNDAY i SERMONS -' 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. full week of every month.. ApplIcations classes in special education. We I a special groundbreaking- a. w rover j4: : (
must be made one week all look forward to-the new cafe- mony at New Bethel :Baptist : ..
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union'6:30 P.M. in advance. State fee is $5. Retests torium next school term. C. Church on the second Sunday at -

.. $1 each. Classes may be Johnson, reporter. 3 p. m. Rev.: Robert Wilson of Now is the time to buy. :
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. started at any time in any sub- Wateroak School Bethel Institutional Baptist .:. .. i Southern Cross craftsmanship -

ject as long as there is minimum Wateroak school will carry Church, Jacksonville, will deliver ,.I completely ,.a. in every trim line ,. -:
p4 A' FRIENDLY. WELCOME. I AWAITS YOU_ enrollment of 15. Classes may I grades 1-2-3 and pre-school again the principal address.Outstanding '; features you can't t match at -
continue as long as the enrollment this year. According to Principal quartets and choirs have been invited quilted- -, ;" '
.__ 'AT THE, .FRIENDLY CHURCH I ,, A this price! ::
stays up to 15 or more. High Maybelle Roberts, more 'applica-! to assist with the music. A inside and out _.. :,i .
school students that had to quit: for..prei i -
tions have been received second financial rally for rebuild-
-- I r school and work days may return'to '' school than she is able to ac- ing the church will also take placeat .. NOW ONLY :
I l ,The perfect tribute to l 1 classes if you are over 16 years. commodate. She is hoping to this time. May we count on :;

Don't delay register today and make satisfactory adjustments your presence and donation? Several '
: a :acheri&hed memory." ., complete your high school educa- during the week. Perhaps next of' the solicitors .have additional n .J'Si ia 95 :
4
*> -li**' *r si J tion. You may contact Principal year this school may become a reports to make.
1 ; ''Eyer funeraUthat: we -conduct ., Thompkins or the supervisor and qualified nursery school'and kin Boy: Scouts .
is'a source of sustaining ask about any detail you are. not dergarten. Mrs. Roberts has done :The Boy Scouts of Troop 71 rA EACH :

solace and spiritual inspiration completely sure about. graduate study in early childhood have experienced their first year I
I 9 to the family. rA Thurston School News education'and'-is qualified for this in Junior League Baseball and jumbo-tape. :'!r lifetime U

4 2 Principal S. C. Price and Mrs. type; of school. She is currently have'done a remarkable job under accents well rubberized

Hundreds of details are managed economical-- Dorothy B. Jackson are askingfor being assisted by Mrs. Lillie Mae leadership of Scoutmaster B. T. tailored look insulation mattress or box spring

ly attended to thai only a trained and careful the cooperation of each patron Riley of South Starke. Mrs. Bear Marshall' Sr: They'have not won twin or full size
trice DeSue, president of the PTA; all of their but have
organization can perform when the urgent need this year as never before. Let us games
I *-'" for 'serving is at hand. make this bur last year the best is asking all patrons to cooperateto learned many important lessons, Compare with any $$69,95 mattress
year in the history of the school. the .fullest.during. this school from those they lost. Next year .

DeWITT' C. JONES Consolidation will probably cause year. we are expected" to'-lead the leaguein YOU SAVE $$20 !
; ... this center to be closed in Sept- Cinderella Ball & Hop runs, hits, and no errors' .Our
FUNERAL. DIRECTOR .- AMBULANCE SERVICE ember 1959. We 'are grateful to On Friday night starting at 8 hat Is off to Scoutmaster Marshall -

PHONE 7 Henry Bryant, our trustee, for p.m.. in the cafetorium of RJE for going all out to help the

: Wto furnIsh the highest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT cutting the grass on the campus. ,,school. the ,Carnation Social SayIng administration get flood lights on HART FURNITURE CO.

\ life Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANY company .as Classes for adults will be offeredin Club will present their annual the campus of RJE school for this
Cinderella Ball and added feature. fine team. I am sure Mayor
Lincoln City for persons not very .
payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation i
,carries no obligation. having transportation to RJE.;'It '"The Record Hop with Johnny Jackson and' his staff will never 123 E. CALL STREET STARKE, FLA.
is very important that you register Shaw." Shaw: needs no intro- regret this very fine contribution

I at once so we can bring this. duction because he is outstanding -' which will help us curb juvenile
i In. his radio program over delinquency.. Mayor Jackson also

corn-unity.'Regular WOBS. Jacksonville Come and donated several'' wooden benchesto "
see who will win the pair of silver Scoutmaster Marshall. 'Ameri- 6
REVIVALPINE THE BIGHT rOINT lor the slippers and.who *H1' be Prince can Legion Post 314 and Auxiliary PIE(

way you write. Come In and select Charming..All club members have have assisted the team whenever

your favorite ESTERBROOH tickets on sale. Don't wait until possible but .much more help; is 'I ""

F.\untaIn Pen. JX3RAPI1 you get to the school and pay the needed. Charles -'Covington. re :
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There will be a Homecoming on Sunday, September 14, .A VOTE FOR GEORGE B. RYNNJIl MIGHTY 149 MUSICIN

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!vvvvyyyTTVVvvyyyLTEy ;1,Jaitscnvffle.Mr. .- -:-:- *=-* 'M7Marvfn-Warren I : and daughter 1 I Valdosta'wn-e Tigfe' r-st'' elkend I IfN rrJOf Pnh9 e ,' '..servmgs'O\; A"Leader-'Tomor- Mrs. Henry Thornton and family t Surely miss our Farm Report

and Mrs. Ant'Ut'utch of cf, Jact&cnviUE.and) : ,Mr.-and Mrs.slieBJ'aqley 'I visit with Mr. and Mrs.. EdiDur-.;. ..% 1r!.j PaulipT,4'grode.:: _Mrs.Nell !row-jught, and every Friday 'night I ,Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and II i but will try to ling you helpful
: I Quincy were ,Saturday night and I and family of ban. ,and., sons.-, . Andrews,of.Starke,. and_.Mrs.; Ef- I there will be' choir.practice'. Prayer children enjoyed a big Morgan' hints and quotations ..fl"oIlqur
''I Sunday> guests of MrJoyce. Kingsley take. Mrs. "Young., is J. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and fie Miner attended a cemetery> i Meeting every Wednesday I family reunion at White Springs good farmers of the. community in
By Hn.Joyce T. Faith_ Futch and Ralph, They visited E. .Warren'ssister.. son of Gainesville were weekend working a? BOOh .s Creek.-near St. !night followed by regular. church Sunday 'the near future.
Ai Mrs. Senie Prevatt,, their grandmother Mrs Jackie Barley and Richard guests of the Fred Moore' family. George: da.:oildiyxThey'also: conference 'this Wednesday. Mrs. Wallace Solana and daugh-I May the Good Lord watch over

while here. Kept of Jacksonville. spent the Mrs. MattieCarter and family visited! Mr. and'Mrs,'fonnieRob-' Everyone is urged to attend and ter. Sandra visited with friends I and care for your and yours-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkisqn Bryant Reddish was a business \\'eekFnd'if .hir. and Mrs. H. C. had/ as 'recent visitors Mr;. and erts 'while; in _.St.. George. ||[ I be; a part of each service. Please in Gainesville one day last week.I'bye now.
have as" uestwth ir son BurneU. visitor to Tallahassee last week. 1Ja1i. y. Mrs. Nick Pope and daughter, and Mr.-t- and '>Irs., H,.'C.- Kelly and ;i i feel free to visit'R ilbronn Church --..
and fanuijLof( .Miami i. and soainJaw' end. Miss Enza $Blanchard, and her tyrs. Robert Meters and 'daughter sons spent Monday! afternoon' atJacksonvile whenever you can and we will ., ... :
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs had sister, Miss Arthurine Blanchard' of Jacksonville.Mr. T' Beach try 'very- hard to' make you glad 1 .
Cecil Dobbs ''and t amilx.qf Jack- as guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville, returned home! ; and Mrs. Glenn Crews, and ,MfJ' iid: Mrs..Cari.Prevatt.had! you came. .
sonville. t.' t Casey Dobbs and, son Mr. and Sunday alter a vacation spent in daughters! of Interlachen spent I as Tuesday guest! .Mr.- and Mr$. :Mist Delvene, Morgan of Jacksonville |E PI TO VOTE SEPT. 9 FOR

Mallie.'Prevatt' is v' Ting L |iis Mrs. James Dobbs of JaCksOnvlle.j Richmond and, ether' ,points of interest !I I last week with Mrs. Commodore. Carl Peavy and< f amjly,,Mrs.tiara was weekend'guest of. Mr._ .
mother. Mrs. SeniePrrat'trwly> Mr. and. Mrs: Robert in Virginia and N. C. They I II I Crews.. Dorm p.. and Mrs, Ernest.,Peavyof I and Mrs. ''R. L. ,,MQrgan. :
has been quite ill but_is much improved and Mrs. Ardell Crosby, and Joe I I were. guests of Mr. .and Mrs. Jake Ed Smith of Ft. Jackson S. C.. 'Ocpee The .J...Ci Prevatts ofOcala.yisited ,Mr. : and .Mrs. 'Gene Kelly and '
,_ *f ;| McGee of Starke. I Shuford,while in Appoipattox, Va. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. thepl'over,, the week children! pf ;;ephyrhills have returned r Ewell!! Lawson
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sellars I of Everett Futch and Mrs. Lillian I They spent Sunday night with Mr.I Paul; Smith: on Friday ./ end._ j. 'c. to their home,after spending .
Starke were Sunday guests of Mrs.. Padgett, of Clay Hill, were married and"Mrs. J.. B. Dye at Kingsley },fr., and' Mrs.I touih; Redding. Miss Dorothy Newmans of Bay- awhile:with'Mr. Kelly's mother. : CANDIDATE FORcI' '

Kate Sellars and Columbus.L. recently. They are living in, Jake. apd daughters, Mr.. and Mrs. Earl ll less Highway was 'th; Sunday Mrs, 'Annie'Kelly. ,:. '
C. Gasque spent the weekend the J,, B. Bradley house on the I Mrs. Joyce, Futch and Ralphcalled tyosley and family, Mr:and Mrs. guest'of, .Miss .Ola, Mae Phillips.. .' Our guests, Haryey's mother, -
In JacboJulUe; ;With.Mr." .. n'd Mrs. Blackburn Road. I } oij firs.Jessie Wooten at Arthur Redding and 'sons, Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. G. W..Teston ands Mrs, Leona McCarthy and his sister ,: COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
Edwin Oa<'sQtie< : '- Weldon [Bob] ,Starling of Mi- her home gg Kingsley Lake on Daisy? Pnngle/and, the Leon .Brewers 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Stillwejl .
>n of. Jacksonville visited his '
Mrs. Georgla AjuxSapp; nad,as ami spent' the Labor Day weekend Monday afternoon.., Friends of I attended a 'reunion'-at the_ father, J. B. Teston on Monday.IHJJLBIMN and, jchildrep have returned to '4
recent guests Mr.!and Mrs. Cline with his parents Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Wooten will,be glad to know home of Mr and Mrs: Waldo I'their home? ; in J'el1l': ndina. Beach s .

ton Westberry and family Vf Jack Edwin. Starling. I that she is greatly.Improved since Pringlein' Aubumdale last. Sun- -vm,yYyyYmrmlrm ".' after a. short'visit\ with us last _......_ ; __ DISTRICT_--.n '. a 2 '. NORTH STARKE
sonville. 'T' Sgt. Dale Mitchell of Eglin her recent serious"operations dsy .- .
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Coleman.pps of Miami visit- Field, near Pensacola. visited his :,which were performed,in": an An-I Mr. and Mrs1. 'Robert'''Waldron \ week.Mr.. and rClmt9n.. Norman desire
ed his pareoti Mr. and Mrs. O brother-in-law and sister Mr. and piston Ala. hospital., I had as* weekend guests Mr.','andMrs. of,south Florida arc visiting .with EWELL LAWSON has a sincere to serve you

J. Phillips, last week. His mother Mrs. Willie Dobbs, on Thursday. I Mrs. Eunice Prevatt and granddaughter ,Hilbem'Wal ron and. family their parentsMr. and! Mrs.. FrankNorman as your Distrjcf ,,2 (Commissioner.
went home wHlThim for a- vFsit. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Shuford | of Jacksonville visited or: Miami. *By airs Harvey. BIcCirtliyNeighbors and family t

Mrs. Mary Reddish had as were, in Daytona last ,weekend to Mrs. Senie Pievatt on Monday.Mr. Miss Elizabeth Tatum was in L.A' 0; i ... .A .A.A, ... ....... Miss: .Sandra. Carmichael of EWELL LAWSON'S past experience! as a public l
guests during 'the;weekend Mr. get Mrs. Shuford's mother Mrs. and Mrs.:G. W. Roberts are Cocoa Tuesday to t be a bridesmaid 'W. T. Jacksonville ,has returned home
and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Webster I Hester Hicks, who had been spy spending two weeks; at the Biggs- when her.-room mate.'Miss'Renee. IIeho ,. hope' everybody after visiting ,several days with 'sen-ant will enable him 'to serve you even better as your
Mr. and Mrs.. L. W. Baldwin of ing with her daughter Mrs. Floyd I Sanback place on Kingsley Lake. Aberhay was' married.' is rested; up ''from the big Mr. and 'Mrs! 'Bill Reddish !and County Commissioner. --
Starke a:'"and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. ,Martin during a recent illness. Rev. and Mrs J. E. Norman Mrs. Margaret t Kelly is visiting Labor\ ?Day",weekend and the mad family, .
Mrs. Reddish :' j and James and Mr. and Mrs: her'son-fn-law'and daughter.. Mr. rush .o t School starting :Tuesday. '
hadas son.
went home with/Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Josie Starling Deepest sympathy is extepdedto faith fn his
has Disfrjftand
EWELL LAWSON great .. !
and Mrs. Roy Reddish for a visit. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gnffis enjoyed a visit thissummer arid Mrs'. Roy Tom\nson. in New Qur eldest ,son,' Richard! almost .the ullval1a! IJY in thepassing work untiringJy ;
.j with; Mr.. N. F. nip .years >W, ijnade; us very County as a whole and will .. -
**" J O'-p.on>/ld three children James Starling of Starke and Mr. ; aldJr! $ River. .J' ? 9f their loved'pne. May "' :
returned ft heir home in and Mrs. Charles Starling and Moore in Oakland, Calif. While ; Mr. and'Mrs. P.: L. Dinkins bad proud .Lab.0'. ., Pay as he waterskied.fi God, bless and ;comfprt, each of for. the*" ,,bestlnterest: of al!}. .
Ttlahassee'; Tfcursdayafter a two children of Highland.J. there they visited Disneyland, ap guests' durlpg'the I abor"'Dayholiday' on? op; 'side of Kiogsley this fine !I1 J1's family and his
visit with her parents.. Mr. and E. Wall of Starke was the TheJack C. Dixons, ,...hQ have Miss' Adel pinkins' of Lake to the other side with no many friends. ,_ YOUR )VOTE AND! SUPPORT FOR EWELL LAWSON
Mrs. B. E..Reddish.; -. Wednesday guest cf Mr. and Mrs.C. been living in Gainesville have !.Jacksonville. and ,Mr;'and Mrs. falls. Richard'sinstructor is his Warren Johns !attended the WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED,
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>Mr. and Mr.8: Glenn Williamson G. Hodges. moved back} to th? farm tq.atthey Paul Dinkins'' of Bt. 'Augustine. father,; the- man who- has taught Pringle's family re-union! at Auburndale ON SEPT. 9 .
and Wells once owned west of Lawjey, They 1 David Kelly spent last week I more; people to water ski around Sunday
song-of Jacksonville were Mrs. Mae and'Mrs.. L. H. } .
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have four children attending with his uncle and aunt=Mr. and here .titan,, any pther persou..0uryoungest
Sunday .ahd Monday guests of Mr. Hill were Sunday dinner guestsof ,Sunday! guests of Miss MarilynCox
school. Mrs Percy ,:in :Miami son, Wayne just turned .
Kelly
and Mrs. .were Miss, Judy Latter and. I.
Troy Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Jones and ;;Tb: ,
School started Tuesday morning Mr. and'Mri'Tom'.Whaley"anddaughter : sjx pars.,old. can get. up on the Billy; Zuruba of Jacksonyille.Miss j. :a
Barnes
in Fernandina.
Anders"OfPalatka" family: '
i with 269 pupils enrolled, with ser- moved Saturday: from skis put can't go ,too far as yet. Judy Mgrgan''as
Saturday with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Waren's vis- Sunday
eral more ty come. There were the Gibson'home"to their newlypurchased' Speaking of school starting we
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and Mrs. O. J, Anders: On Sunday itors overnight: guest her sister
during the week were Mr. -. ,
quite a few new faces among. the hahie'1n Jacksonville. hope to bring you the .PTA news Morgan in Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Anders and and Mrs. H. R. Young and fam- .children and teachers.. : Mrs: Hugh H. Rhodes, sixth for both the elementary and'high Mica ville. Joyce '. .

Billy were guests of Mr. and Mrs., ily of Charleston. S. C., Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs Marion Tucker grade teacher. who has'an'! ,apartment school. I. wiiriry'tc.:keep (you Mrs. Tate Crosby was visited. 'BILL YNOEGEL
Johnny Jenkins and in Victor andFRIDAY '
family
Appleby and son. Mr. and son of Jacksonville were in the: home of .Mrs.Effie I posted en our elementary PTA, Sunday her fPl\ei Mr. and I
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-- j Sunday guests of Mr.and Miiner'was the.weekerd guest of while'Mrs. Cornelidus Moore'will
.., ., } Mrs,, J. B. Kelly, and Children .of 1
-- -- "" Dave Tanner and family. I her brother-in-law and sister.. Mr. give us.reports:and details about Lake Butler; .
Share the Profits; in Sfarlc Miss Sue Redding of Jackson- .:and Mrs Leslie.Crewss, 'ii; *Avon- the High'School PTA. ,Mr. amJ'Mrs. Ernie Johns''

ville'spent last-week with Masses Park. She was,,met iherX.:bye her The Heilbrcnn'. Home Demon- Labor Day, guests: were their'
4 t Elaine and Maxine.Redding, jMr. parents"Mr. and i-s-C: :'D. :Mortis stration Club will start' their daughter! ; '4r Lois Henson and
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and Mrs. O. J,.. ;Bo'yett< of : and- her sister' ...;.Miss... ', .Sarah. j meetings again and we'are looking SQA' and their son, 'Mr. and Mrs.ciirford .

,, .... .-- f forward" to reporting' about. .itsmeetings /Johns.J and children .
f Q x 1 1 sr ---4 I. i and interesting work 9! Jacksonville.Mr ., ,
that. the ''Club' is so well known and _Mrs. Hugh Sullivanof .
fer, Wilmington? ?; N. C,visited Tuesday SOLICITS YOUR VOTE ,

Julian WarrenSOLICITS Don't forget Heilbronn Church ,"of las week with. Mr. ,and
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vices. Regular worship, on Sundays -
,with jnspinng preaching by :oTis FOR REELECTIONCITY
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'THE_ SLJPPPPT ; .the pastor, Rey.; Walter! Leer Goodoldiiashioned'hyuiri '

1159 : ') .OF HIS to 4: Chorister, Russell. Redding singing assisted with ,Home AppliancesYour COUNCIL GROUP 1

.by Mrs; R.+L. Morgan. )Jimmie ,
1 Lee!; and little :Ray'Norman, ,with Friendly
4 ; BRADFORD COUNTY FRIENDS 'Miss ,Barbara ,Jean Norman at Norge Dealer It will be impossible for me to see each anrj every voter
.. piano talent ,
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NOBOIl.APPLlANCES 9. Therefore, I hope you
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1 1r DUVAL 'COUNTY RELATIVES Joyce. Morgan,Miss :Delyene ;Mor- ; "I '
t gap Miss,LJnda Gaskins and Miss ':- ALA V A0j W4sJR, I
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Barbara: ; Jean' Norman_ ,, Tonight &t.p J v.ill be the .big WMU -Brotherhood if. COLE L\N, HEATERS and

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LJJJIIERET for:pur: young girls wjll be organized -
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DIJVAL! cpyTY; t COMMISSIONED! ; I WMU, with Miss Linda Gaskins Phone. 10- (Pd pol. adv.)

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A City Recreation Department and Playground .r" During his 'm flo'rida in-
telephones
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Equipment. > i
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Improved wording conditions and better 00,000.

from your Police.,. Fire and other City, 'Deparjt-. l. 'WktntlMi i J as first.startedr
.t 'ments. .6 -- '.- foCommission": 'Floridor"had The office of Chief of Police is avery responsible one and

Modem, Traffic Lights at School Crossings and fey rural telephones now best'fforts \ '- i i'f1 *- **'

'. Safety Signs' to Protect our Children. J A has moth than 209,1000. requires* the or the man who* holds this posi-i

Improved Garbage and Trash Pick-up Service by King is'known as the "Daddy ,i < *!; .
tion. Since serving .jn the office Ben HoItzendorfhas
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additional, Equipment and Personnel. j9f'Jhg Jelejh.oe pro-
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.Buy'now and save! New '59 chassis, ci' Council and other City Officials. t ,transportation. serv- I if I ,..,. t'
cuitry!Super-bright Aluminized picture.Top- I Cooperation be.lweenrCity, County'and State .Gov- /K end s r-freight*> f..:'fO nave, express made* in all respects. He believes "i in promptness,
level Built-in PIVOT-TEN '
Tuning Pull-Up ernment. durina : t '
:-gets sharpest picture.In smart Ebony-finish \ Cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and .. great_ advances. Cordmssto0 King'sthe courtesy, and efficiency in law enforcement. If elected
;!with gold trim. Complete No extras to other Civic 'Icrubs.r f i qnn.Ql assisted in not ** 1 1 '

buy .-... See U today! Additional flames and Industry for our town. 1 vral King gas for Florida.securing. to this'important office Ben Holtzencjorf will continue to

No Increase in Taxei. it : j
ICEEP'.ICING'- benefit serve the city in the same manner in the future as he has
I RANDAL F. CHITTY will continue to work for the .4ly: his e xperieoce i \ business .-> *6 -I.,
t I growth and welfare of tity. I r 'J 4.one! 'government",,his proved,
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100 ., ; --Integrit land ineilgeM {ner-J !1lhe.)!astVote ,

RANDAL F. CHITTY is most grateful for your help (ormoncc* ..r
and asks that you give hires I a chance to serve YOU .on ;

*. 8.- '- I the City Council for a full :term. *i roT F9R'WILBUR.t ,It-M! To Keep A Good Man On Sept. 9

ON YOUR OLD TV! ELECT RANDAL F. CHITTY 1 C.KING:

1 .... VOTE FOR | C. (BEN) HOLTZENDMF
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Dealer .One Good Term Another Public Utilities
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Y y y.yi w.; I r +!Clerk, L. M. Gaines; Inspectors: Commissioners of Bradford, County' lOJflMRS. r subscribe my ',nurse anti 'due the
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\ Broad ay w.l-1V: Coo t 1OFFICIAL SEALfCharles HAT STOKE 1 1j aUixed.Xhia tht ith...*.Uyr r August,
: : ::NORmSm !.R. F'JOl'.a and t.u1Ian.Bfsoop.r' X Darby, Clerk. UIU.IAU UtBOAEXBVBOEBXHELLIB A. D., 1858.
Yaxc: "',MO..41.-'owtd1d, .a.1 2t'...4 A. HALL (OFFICIALTom.)
, C[ rk, Clarence; !'Frazier; ,. JOHN GODWIN JACKSON, MAYOR a
81, Un. Van- BrewD. epegtoraJL.E..starnng --jQhn ,. .. 'YGTlCE. F ELECTION CHARLES 1IARDT An'>w3T. .:
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If ; AAA\AAAAAA A AAA culso .wo. 6 .rH1bPTON rL William ,"T. Jacjcson. Mayer of ALBERT ,FOSTEB CARL ,SCITf CLERK
i Clark;'Cordon P.' Wadawprth Sr.; '_$tarke, Florida.by yirtue of: ,,.the pn Testimony thereof. I hualUlto Auff-8, 15;'iJ.-StpCTV ;9SSSAMPLE
Inspect! r8t 'Wm. H. !Mrs. utbwit'ested 4n me by :Law. .do 9C
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t l1th,, of Sep( Ulber'a 'e: Sept.. Net Jlrp,1U.'V 1.:.Johnaon' ., .and- Laura" ,;Belle the Fire Station :in the aforesaid Town
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I 8:30 p. m. at .Ridge wood: Clerk JletlryB. Hinsen: ; ;Inspectors ,electing. thai following PerauTposethat:
fa ;'.Mrs. i Lttulse V.:. Hall .@omer; J.Brtbert 01YJ14'.(;111&1' OF POLICE, FOR t : .
and i pt. 9.BTU mass meeting 7:30 ,' bed i Mrs:.,Maltle Sibley.: O $ \\YlU1tt .. ? ., '
( m.: ,Sept. 14 ,Associational .CINCT'aO. I-NEiV !'KIYKBClerk. GILGCP ; ,GENERAL ELECTION
Aeddieh! R.Andrews: ,In- ONE. GERMAN FOB TWO .." ,. ...
2 16 >
: '; : Sing, ;30p. m.; Sept. pecterar 'Wary Agnes Johns, Winnie YEARS. lt ., ..
planning meeting; 0 p. Mae:'Andrews\ and Dorothy' L.- Ander-. G&OVP n: ; Starke, Bradford County, Florida
:at'Emanuel; Sept. 21-28, pre- ecn.a''ii ONE ALDERMAN FOB TWO
) rmsciarcT1 I jro. h- -BKOOKEB l'UJtS.'I. ,. s
I veekat e.u churches; Clerkiplvid.W:: :-.Green r Inspectors: .p.&Ovp m: SEPTEMBER 9, 1958 .
.25, Sunday School meeting. N. Q.i Hayes fir, L. of : AerQ:!! 1e&t: was -..-. ,'- 1'e _l I
' vis > i p. m. .at By order of the Board of County INSPECTORS ,FOB SAID ELECT. ?fo ,vote for person',whose name js .printed en the

I.jon. cure.you wHl aU be blessed. ballot, mark a cross (X) in thesquare.at ,the EIGHT,of

I att.e.wl.aUl. many of these as k7 J the name of the person for whom you desire to ,v te.
? JMilttfi iR e reports: ,
I' SSible.@e ., .
son : J : activities! .are: Sun FOR CHIEF OF POLICE '

) > School. 10 aon.; Morning For ,One Year Vote Tor-One '
;: ; : .\ Jl,a, n.: Evening V7orr 4.REE mMps : .

i' .. i-pjn.; Wednesday Grayer : '
.m. with regularJaus- 1 1RIl
sp ttQg..8 .
;, meeting .-.Wednesday;. BEN C. ,HOLTZENPORF, SR.

.. : : id.ay:8, : pji\., 'Brothertiood meet are= .helpingDixie f

; ; .. Saturday ewning peanut SWEAT:

,? ; ) at ,the, church.. 'Will be ;grow'" I

in : ; : : I g .tQr jYqu. ,Hope J.o.l1le : _. -.. 1 j

U .news. for'you next-'Week. ,
We 'had .42 t in;Sunday: School ,

Sunday; .R v. sad 4rs,:per J. "During the past few years >ai 1..major ,-addition iiofcujioess.in :.FOR :ALDERMAN II
: I ); { Suggs took 16 Intermediate the South has been the fast.grolvlng trading '. ,(Gr up.ND. 1)) J !,. 1
t s and girls to $Strickland's' For Two Years -Vote1tor.Qu

?; \ ; Saturday .afternoon for. stamp mdustry .
_, : 0. r and swimming. They re- -" oof-of.thegrowing.itRportance stamps-pay! -in I

,r' '' > rteta'"qn.cl; r u1 time. bolstering.the'area's economy is found in-the :Southern 3VILLIAM H.NOEG, JR. j

\ Miss Eva ,CWik ,of Jake City ,operations-of"-Tbe Sperry'and.Hutehiason' ; Cofl\pany\ ,

C. : Sunday.with t er.avrnt> Miss distributors of the widely-known S&H Green 'Stamps. ORIE A. WIGGINS t ,

Qar \Sorry Miss 'Dora than 4. "'
alone S&H .purchased more
-
' "In 1957 ,
: ; feeling weJLSjunday. Hope of merchandise from Southern: q t t+ P:1::1 I
worth
million
{ $r2 :
( I AM :
ZACK
I ? ) will soon ''be better and rback manufacturers. '-.prov: idin g-slaty ttl u. the areas. Industries: S . .. _u

l! .church. -withincreased.outlets.for.iheir.products ,and boosting : ,

,, Mark's'Church Southern .t payrolls. ,, \ ., .. -
is'the$2,250.000annual t'.i e s 1\: l '-
-Added those figures

? : es ScheduleThe .-,payrol1.writteD.by''S&H, for .its.,present .and growing :.FOR-(ALDERM4Nrnrolp I

Cburobto .wUigo '$6f>person ':Southern pexsonntL The orapany :has :Noh2)),
Episcopal
; "inwsted bundte4spf .thousands of Cottars ,in ,rival For Two Years Vote for One
Jt the rfgular: .\ .of Jioldervice .
k g' -tegipning, Sunday. estate sto locate, its ,modem rp B."Btcn. taov
; I '7. Sunday $chopl} will-re- qJjJJ& tfiat.U'i industry.Alas beadle pwmwwit part RANny.cmTiY ;J.1 1:
RANDAL .F. .{ ) 1a
\ to Ute :45..m? tiagtimekinq qf the areas business. life.
"
will again. l\old\ services at south I ;

.m. w ). Mock. IJ5I EORGE..B.. .FLYNN, JR. -. a

:
: ). 4 ,8ap.No t .4. I For nare.tafwmaoon.! wade for our tIN booklet .t .

: f ute, No ShiftsMust &: "Tbe $tgry t cf S&H Cash Discount Stamps.." ,. '. '
Clean. Bradford County 'TeleI GREEN FOR ALDERMAN :
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btr .
t er r \ :
graph. 3TAMPS I .' (Group No. 3)) 4 f -i

,- FiORI-DA DIVISION For TwotYeare Vote.for;" One .

; : I.li: fnnty, udce'i Court la Asa The Spewy nd Hutehinson Company. 1' 11 .:
Fl .J'
For Bradford C oBt7.. Florida a, A l mp *
I T. C. (CLIFF) BAZEN,JR.
: ,In Re: Estate,,of Joe Reuse, de- ; .

NOTICE. TO CREDITORS I : J .. .
All creiiitora of the estate ,of Joe t ; : -
\ deceased, are .hereby notified ,. .. ..
required to file .any ,qlaUns or ,
which they may have against ; ._ .- r-... "' ; -- I i I : ) elate in.the office of the county, .
of Bradford: County, Florida .
i \ the .courthouse at Starke Florida, .
jD eight calendar months'from: "
!: date ot,the,tjr t publication ittl J(_ _, ...f. -to 1'" :
.nstlce. Each claim pr demajid .
.be in writing and must state s x I a
place or residence and post-oftlce : FOR
of thc claimant and must Je YOT;
A"l'i'h to by the claimant, his agent; !
; ( I his<1iDg attorney to law.or.jt wjll become void, .

August 26, 1958.Lula .
F. Hutto. Administratrix qTA .
the Estate of Joe Rouse deceased. ''
First publication on August !$..
j :
8128 4t $118 -

Couty iaite't Coort In Aid For
} Bradford County, Florida L
I I Re ''
i Estate of. Philip Alartineau.
.
NQTICE OP FILING PETITION

\ FOR FINAL BXECUTRIX DISCHARGE'OF

I: To All Whom It May Concern: ... 1
Notice isJkereby.glven that I,have \ .i '.. .
: .
my final returns f the estate of Philip ilarUneau: .: '" '" ....." .
ased; that I have tiled my peti- -
tot ,fUal <}discharge and that ,I .
/ ( apply to ,Ute Honarokle Tberon! ..... ,. .
.; Yawn. County Judge of Bradford
.Florid, on September 23; ..
at 19 UIO A. m. for approval at j
same and for,final ,,41lK'baI're 1
of the'state Of Philip AJar


( ) < : ineau Dated--ke,,.|deceased.''Bradford this 'August17,, ilarOneftugaret Covaty, -Florida.SMargawt '19U ..at;. J for.. OD D :anc FBWC: IUTIUnESCOMMISSION' I' '

)[ Uartiaeaa, (iEaecutrix er .. '' .
: estate -a,f Philip Uartlnean, de II to sI 1 :
'
GROIII IINO.1
&L28 4tTO tj & '
a
so.TIcz ",ply1INpI'CireaR
CwBrt.FJlvridai .-lJr'fql'c'M1', .., .
1 '
JB :CfcaBcerr. ; .. -
.. T. Smithbon. Plaintiff Y<. Ed1 ;
: ; ; .Snvthson, J>eJ 4aIt. 1 .' ; j.,
C48e, }!Q..t1'. ,
; Notice T. .ADeelrrTo.2 '" : : >

b and .ard address Smithson.\ : ';tlnknow1You whose 19atsuit resi; I Bond urideratan. s ttxe- 'i transportation, I jmiblen?as %e Jxas : : -d I I 1

.
Hereby
; are notifjed :
for divorce ,. ......,. ','":.i... .
has been filed against 1M'k: !, lase .. ; : ;; .. t-r
intro teeo | rUje'iransportation business for ..presentlypwner.of
atteveBiJwed' ,Coi it 4M.owe. : .n ; years. .
to serve a copy -
y'u are required .
.
of your answer w-steading to the
complaint rO B -f*>" PUinytl .Attpr-
:U Bond XcansCer Company: in Miami. He
JTaseSk: ; ) Per. promises .
Title Building; 'laukfonvitte' !e'of,_ '.
aid tile the D trlgl&aijn ,l&. ice '
ot .Uw.CleiJt of theCircuit C.Qprt pja o ,01 .
'
or before the 22', day of September; l to serve_ _all the _peqple ot :FAIRLYand ; .
1358; otherwise ,Uu ',aH, ati(>& ,otaald -
( .Coq} lapt( will be Taken .at F
confessed b1 you.t SQUARELy\WifuUifPA : :
) :
,This notice .snail JB' publish** \ TIALITY. Heisatiap-:
oace each weafor tourtonaeeu- .
tin weeks tn-the Bradford County .
Telegraph.' ., ( !" i- .... ,
(OPFICIAb Dated this SEAL) of'August1J5S.. tist, and be. bias taught. ;\ ,en's'lil able Class for 12 year .m .

CHARLES A. DARfY.:! .
.Clerk'.ot the Circuit Court. '

; By .JJ&ria.L.: Crosby._ Deputy'Clerk'8-Jl--4t Ml Alla l Pa tWiBaPJist. <:h,urch. HeHs; Chaplain to the Shrine; .
:
: ... .
NOTICE OF'INTEHTIONTO ,., .
Notice ACOiSTBBF1CTITIOCS is hereby.given ;Ihe.nndersigned. N.UIB- 9 Member'of Scottish arid"York!Rites in Masonry; a Member \ :

und