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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 18, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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by nothing more serious than but Coach Lennard Kegister 0 ?

an epidemic of boils as they pol-' predicted that no one would ,be
ished off rough edges this week'' rut of the game because of injuries -

I come Friday.

The High School<< Band, Cheerleaders Ihe Tornadoes open with 10 N ..

and Pep Squad will Icttermen who will attempt to t r l
stage a pre-opening game parade rower BHS to another Keystone

Friday afternoon at 2:30.: Conference championship this

All Tornado boosters are urgedto year and at Sic same time better ;

come out and Join in the I: the C-l showing of the mv tillers. ,
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rally. ,I Quarterback Bubba LaMee and
halfbacks D. Ritch Ureen". Berimei ,4 $ ii

in preparation for the opening I i Williams, and Terrell Green .t
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game with Macclenny here l"rl-1 I lore the lettermen in the ball- tot-

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Three Boards Get $16,430One



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VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY SEPT. 18. 1958 NUMBER THIRTEEN ,

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$50 Reward t xsrt ''xcr .I Starke Negro I LessRattler tlSS. H Kelly DeclaresIn



Posted By City y Found Slain; Saturday two and disbursements another on, one Thurs last

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a I day Tax Collector J. R. Kelly
wi, I I released a total of $16.430 in
lite% Man HeldThe
In Vandal Hunt tax monies to the Board of County

On Commissioners, the Board of Pub

1g i i .' I tv body of Robert Tyson Sr.. lie Instruction, and the Slate
i A JJO reward for information I ftAW S 1. 41, Negro resident of the Pleasant i j II I Board of Health for the Bradford

leading to the arrest and convIction V 0 Grove community west of Starke, The County Health Department
of vandals who _
are detacing
L1' found Wednesday morning At
was I a special meeting held in
city and state was vote '
property ylv under a rude covering, of pine sapling I the courtroom Wednesday momng -
by City Council at its regular I I : tops and myrtle bushes two I Move .. Kelly told the Commissionersthere ;

meeting Tuesday night. 1 :' ,a i 4 miles north cf Fairbanks in Ala- would be one mal small

Several cases of vandalism have f sI chua County. The body was par- disbursement: to be made late
within the in .
occurred city the) a7. U. :
v tially! decomposed and Alachua
': The fundsdiaouised
representedtaxes
last few weeks and, accordmg to''I
County Deputy Harry Layfield ;" collected on the 1SK, roll
the of the and the I
feeling police : .
speculated that it had been there 'I' i.r'f vhich state law provides should
council, it has tar beyond
gone f ft 1
I since Saturday night when Tyson, '" be disbursed to the various county
the pranksters stage. i fit .
I a handyman-carpenter and fatherof A agencies on July 1. In a letter
State and city speed signs have ,
been changed school signs have! ___ three, was last seen alive. :'1' : '-. .. sent to KellY last week the
Held in the Bradford Commissioners set Sept. lo as the
County the snake stretChed!
been defaced and the State Health Tnis is the season when rattlesnakes spotted big
jail in connection with the case I and under tree. fired [ deadline for disbursement or the
Dept. X-ray mobile unit in the I are "on the move" cut a Sonny
county for the health and welfare I r t i is Roy Henry Griffis, 41, ,who was I I pictured above is a tivetoothop- :: several times before the rattler' overdue funds.

of the citizens, has been'sprayed seen in the company of Tyson ata rer, with 11 rattles, killed by I have up the ghost and became Just At Wednesday's special Commission
'with red paint. Negro jook joint in Starke Saturday 'I I I Sonny Bias, 14-year-old son of Mr. another trophy.Rattlesnakes. meeting attended by Kelly\

It is not known 'whether the! # t f night. No charges have yet' and Mis. Charles Bias, with his, ; move around ,thiS 1 and State Auditor Marion Pettit,
same person or persons are responsible f yf A le i iaI been made against Griffis, whO!! trusty .22 rifle. timeof:' year feeding 'on:"rabbits j who is at present making a routine -

foe all of these offences "'[moved here,.recently ,from, the i i 1 Sonny was tramping through: and other small animals, to till' audit of the collector's oil ice,

but an added crime was committed -, ,south end of Alachua County and : the woods near Alligator Creek?:' their stomachs before going Into the Board voted to have Kelly

earlier .In the ,week when two, has been living on the old Adam some distance back of his home hiding for the winter. I' present a full report ot receipts

cars parked in front of Lovett's r Green place on the State Farm :, last Friday afternoon, when he. and disbursements_ .u _of__. his m_of-_'.
were set on fire. The firebugs': Highway. Griffis has been em-i I i.ce 10 mem earlY neMeeK..

had tossed lighted matches 1 i$ ployed as a mechanic at the formr i! From Anonymous Writer The report was to include tile
through open windows of the I K & J garage on U. S. 301 total of taxes collected.
South. I Tne only report the Commission
I
cars.Any Information pertaining to I An, autcpsy was performed on I Mayor Draws Letter ProtestingJustice' has received so far is the list

these crimes should be reported to Tyson's body Wednesday by a I I of discounts, insolvencies, and

the police department. Gainesville doctor, when it was i double assessments which would
reported that the Negro's neck be deducted from the total of
In Drive-In Trial
At Celebration Starke LionsRALLY had been slashed or chopped with I taxes received. Members of the

First CarloadOf an unknown instrument.Tyson's board: have stated that they do
I not know what the total of the
body was found by An anonymous letter was received took place," said that Justice
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Post %Will Host I FOR A CLEAN SWEEP! David Dortch, 17, about 10 feet by Mayor W. T. Jackson I would not 'toe served "until you amount to 'be received from tho
collector should be.
Gas Pipeline from a lane leading up to the this week stating that, in the i take the youths (white) to task I;
home of his mother Mrs. BascomP. opinion of the writer, "justice for : who were involv d." I "We don't know whether we're

Fla. Starke Lions Harry Elrod, Bob member of the Starke Lions Club. Dortch, a short distance west .I all men 'before the law" was not Signing the letter only with the I due two cents or $200 Commissioner
Commander I
Firth, J. P. Witt, Seymour Mar- The following Lions will keep Arrives HereIndications of State Road 24, the Waldo- i served in the recent case involving words "You would know me it 1 i iI H. A. Bishop Jr. said.

co, and L. C. Hinson muster brooms on hand for sale at their Gainesville highway. i the arrest ot five Negroes on I signed this," the writer said: "As! The Commissioners also voted

forces to start on their annual places of business.Dr. Griffis is a brother of Sherman i I disorderly conduct charges at I am a long time resident ot !; that the tax collector should in

E. J. Cooper, Commander of the house to house broom selling S. R. Marco, next door to that construction I Griffis who was charged with Hertfs Drive In restaurant on Starke and know many people, 1; the future, meet the July 1 date

American Legion, Department ot campaign. The brooms are made post office. sill begin soon on the natural gas i operating a moonshine still at Temple Avenue. can assure you that my thoughts ; prescribed\: law with a full ic-

Florida, will, attend the celebra- by 'blind craftsmen and proceedsfrom L. C. Hinson, Starke Motor pipeline to be constructed through I the spring term of circuit court. s i The writer, who stated "I was are shared by others," and added'I I port of money due to be disbursed,

tion chicken supper to be held at the sale are used by the Parts, W. Brownlee St. this area was seen last weekend I Tyson is a half brother of Oscar | present on the night this trouble that, in the opinion of the writer,i i etc. shown as well as the total

the Legion grounds on North Lions for their sight conservation R. E. Firth. Draw-Tite Co., when the first carload of pipe- WaJ:i Dell. His wife is Alease Tyson. the Mayor was "not advised; of all 1, of taxes paid. This is required It

Temple Ave. Tuesday night, Sept. program.So Washington and Cherry Sts. ret off at tfie Seaboard station I I the facts leading up to the curs- was said, by Florida Statute No.
23, it was announced 'yesterday far only a small area of the In Lawtey call:: Hugh Ingramat here. Its destination was Brook- ing, etc. that led to the arrest of 193.50.
by Post Commander Harry Kabb." town has been canvassed and the the school.Permits. er. the men and woman." I!1 "Come next July there is goingto

Melvin Dixon. State Veterans,!brooms sold so well that Dr. Mar : The car contained 11 pieces Of "If you will visit this Drive In be a report made, Commission

Service Officer, will also attend, co. Lions Club president says the I ?4 inch wrought iron pipe, weigh- practically any night I believe you Chairman Harold Norman re-
and both men will have part on remainder of the town will be Issued ing 63,000 pounds. The shipment will find a group of white youths i marked.In .

the program following the supper. covered In the near future. name from Republic Steel in Ala- that are only too ready to foment answer to questions by members ..
H. A. Bishop Jr. will toe in All those who purchase brooms bama City, Ala. 1 r .
.if
trouble, either physical or verbal of the board and their attorney
charge or cooking arrangements, are helping to buy glasses for For 16 Homes{ I Starke city officials were sche- i.L ," the letter said. I Mack Kutch, Pettit said

and a full course chicken dinner needy children and at the same duled to meet with officials Of The incident referred to occur-, that he was not free to make any

will be served. Bishop asks that time also aiding the sightless the gas pipeline contractors late red when a car of local Negroes; statement at this time.Kelly's .
all members of the,local post turn make these high Thursday afternoon to discuss details ,
) workers who In Thirty DaysBuilding ; r'f; i stopped at Herb's Drive In and Saturday disbursement
out to welcome the State Commander grade 'brooms. I I of distributing the natural 1 vere told that colored people were totaled 15033.03 was distributedas
and ,all veterans of all Both household and heavy duty I gas in Starke. 1. not served there. Some white't Com
follows: $6,061.19 to the
industrial brooms are available. 1 4. 1r to h3ve' made
issued for 16 youths ate reported
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permits
;;:" U i 1il": 1 > missioners; $8,459.12 to the
and may be purchased from any new homes in Starke during the I$75 Cash Awards taunting remarks as the Negroes' School} Board; and $ 12,12 to the
,...ove off, and the Negroes are
30( days totaled $126,500 for i State Board of Health.
i B. T. Thomas HurtIn past Will Be Given s then accused of cursing. They
cost of construction. (Continued on Page 6)) I The Wednesday disbursement!
CollisionB. This Saturday
Auto These included 13 new homes kA totaled 11,397,68, distributed as
follows 667.45 to the Commis-
T. Thomas of the H. T. Thomas tc be built ,by Demetree Construe-\\ Five $5 bills will await persons I :
Four ReceiveSentences $6 8.20 to the School
Koners;
tit .. Lumber Co. received multiple ton' co. in 'saratoga'Heights. Roy]1 I'in the crowd at the Shopportumtj I Board; and $42.03 to the State

cuts and bruises in an automobile A. Dewberry was issued a permitto I Party, to be .held Saturday afternoon Board of Health.In .
collision on U. S. 301 South late build a frame home, ,at France I I j i at 5 o'clock in front of Nas-
Monday afternoon.Mr. end Westmoreland St. RussellNorman's General Supplies on East a previous statement. Kelly
e was for a houseat I.worthy Favorite Starke Operator ,blamed his delay in disbursingfinds
permit In Circuit CourtFour
_\ ri Thomas, headed south was Call St In addition to the shower ,
wv to a shortage of help in his
1305 E: Call i St., and Charles
left from the highway at $5 bills, the usual $25, $15, and
turning
dot
will build at 1455 Water -, j office, and the fact that he had
Johns a.
his lumfier mill and failed to note C. $10 cash prizes will be given away. Years' persons who had pleaded I'
St. J. W. Thomas Construction Completes 30 ServiceThirty several ,bad checks, given to him
northbound car Kathleen Moody of lOf ,,
an approaching for Mrs.: Mrs. guilty to charges against them in payment of taxes that he was
tlxQ house
.a until too late to avoid a collision Co. is. building a Madison St. won the $15 prize were sentenced by Circuit Court.,
collect.
to
a9vx Thomas' car was demolished in Margaret Davis on North Church and Miss Freddie Ellington of Rt years of service with the over to dial several weeks ago. Judge George L.: Patten Monday trying At the special Wednesday meet.

*' h 1 the wreck, and the other car, be- St. 1 ',won the $10 prize at the last Starke Telephone Company was Mrs. Johns, who was chief oper- afternoon. Judge Patten had previously Tax Assessor Gene Long reported

longing to and driven by a Jacksonville Remodelling permits issued dur- Shopportunity party. The $2f ;completed: Monday by Mrs. Lois ator at the time of the cut-over, ordered pre-sentence investigations i ing that he has not ieceive 4 a' man, was badly damaged. ing this period totaled J1.400. first prize is still unclaimed. for them.
: Johns and the occasion was marked now answers to "information. I the county railroad tax assess
1k? ; Everyone is invited to come out by the presentation of a'HamIlton Her new job is easier, but she I Jimmy Starling and Oscar Ft ment figures from the Railroad
; ,t Lawtey Scores Assault Charge. and join in the fun Saturday afternoon wrist watch to her by her misses her, contacts "by voice"with I Estes, who< pleaded guilty May 12,1 I Assessment Board.
I at 5 o'clock. cf of a cow, were placed'en
the many friends she has larceny
5.4 Victory Placed Against mplooyer H. A. Bishop. 1 \ Later in the day Long succeed
three
Mrs. Johns (Began work for the served during her 30 years with probation for years.
'' that board anti
E. J. Cooperwars Over Starke NineThe Hampton Man Benny Williams telephone company when, as a i the company. They miss her, too, I Willie Turner, who had pleaded' ed in contacting

are cordially invited to attend voting bride, she moved here trom for her pleasant manner and guilty to aggravated assault, was;learned that the railroad assess
whether! members of this Lawtey Baseball team beat A. J, Carver of Hampton is under Elected President Palatka. three decades ago. The courteous voice have endeared her I placed on probation for one year.,.ment for Bradford County was 12 :
decreased this by | ,
post or not. No charge will be Starke Sunday with a close score bond of $250 on a charge of Of Senior Class telephone company was then located to many telephone patrons throughthe I He had been held in jail 28! days' again win year -
1776 which an
made for the meal, Bishop an- of 5-4 at the StarKe diamond, it assault and battery, against C. J. upstairs over the presentG. years. I during pre-sentence investigation. decrease in mean tax revenue approximate of

nounced.* He will. be assisted in was a three hit game for the Win- Brown. colored. It is charged I Benny Williams was elected E. appliance store, and there I Mrs. Johns remembers many A commitment was recalled tor I| declared that since
cooking by Bill Graham. lersth Starke held to one hit that Carver hit, Brown with a ,president of the Senior Class of were only 50 telephones of the busy 'times around the telephone Willie Williams because he had I; Si,800. Long assessment has been decreased

Supper will be served startingat by the winning pitcher, Mitch I metal, object, either a pistol or BHS in the annual elections held old hand-crank type in operation office in the old plug-in days, but paid up on support, costs of $7.:>0 i I i I 11953 the by a total of $126,19!

6 p.m., with the regular meet- Brown pliers, during an argument over I Tuesday, with run-offs on Wed- ten as compared with 1,352 the busiest the local switchboardhas per week for minor children. The

Ing scheduled for 8. The program Randall Davis, who pitched for tools and money. Brown's boy I nesday. the modern dial phones now be- ever been she believes, was sheriff was authorized to release -

will Include an address by COm- Starke, was relieved in the 5th had been working for Carver and Other Senior officers elected ing used in the city when snow fell in Starke last win him.A.

mander Cooper, and a short indoctrination ; by Curtis McGee. Brown. of the the Browns claimed that Carver were: John Green, vice president; There was only 'one day and ter. "Everybody tried to call capias was issued for Wade Come One! Come All! To The

ceremony for all new Lawtey team was relieved by had some tools belonging to theelder Shi Anne Smith, secretary;' Patsy one night operator in those,days, everybody else," she recalls "and Bryant, who did not appear for FISH FRY Friday Sept. 26, At 9

members will be held. Lapel Bubba, Williams for the last ,two Brown and money owed to Nichols, treasurer; and Calvin as compared with 11 operators the switchboard was all lit up like sentencing. The charge against p. m. at BUS Stadium. Proceedsfor

(Continued on Page 6)) innings. the boy Pace, sergeant-at-arms. when the Staike company cut a Christmas tree." him was aggravated assault. The. New Band UDlforms.Yo .




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'AGE TWO COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKE FLORIDA: THURSDAY. SEPT. 18, 1938_
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Recreation MAYOR'S COURTPROCEEDINGS Elks Official l ford County, Florida, upon receipt of Harold H Hot'nl<'ke. Rt. t, BOt
: editorial OufOf proof of publication of this notice 173 illUton. Fla. sole 0s ner.
the fictitious name of Green Oaks, Dated this 21st day or August, A
Will Visit LodgeElks under which I am engaged in business D. 195S at Starke, Bradford Counts
Group Assured I three miles south of Starke, Florida
Of tote seven cases on the docket Lodge No. 1802 of Starke' .'Ia. on U S. Highway 301. 8Jn.U-9\:

..QfJCity Funds of Mayor's' Court} Monday morn will have a special visit f f om tne .. .
pfpS: i- s t l1heJPast :ing only four defendants appeared District Deputy Grand Exalted t I I
r to defend charges 'against Ruler Donald Jordan of Jackson-I)
members of the Starke
.sSeldom Jias'a.I.fchotogr ph with more,'..tragic.impact I : Recreation Three Committee met_ with them. ville, on Oct 6. The regular I A

A., t bee9printWltfcaalUiexne!; carried ,by,Tiiesmorei "- cut Council Tuesday night to Under' bond of ?loz for disturb- meeting on that date will be inhis a

.. i )i tpersxihowing; ,'a'lone ,teacher:sittingat4afideaktdri 1:; ask that money be included "in 'ing tie peace Tom'Marke* pleaded honor. !. _

;: +an,otherwise,*deserted class- the tudget for a City Recreation guilty, was fined $77, and ",
J.ILat Little' ;RtickMrkansas. [Edited By,AliceiMcGaWey; ]- Director. Chairman Joe' Gray< placed'on probation for 30 days. Medical" Staff 1 --ji
poke for the group which mcluaed On a chargeUorimproper passing -
Closing,,of,:tha.publicyschoola was; a last des- Legion officers elected by Jones- Mrs. Dorothy Eppersonand and causing an'accident Titus Holds MeetingMembers I

{,perata off cutof Littld'Rock state ,officials in Langford-White Post for .1933 James Bloodworth, and set, Olson pleaded not guilty and was of the Medical Staffof

Jhs/ace! ; of ;:the Suprerne'Court's's most recent "lntegrdte.novu'ljdecree. were: Cyrus: H. Sistrunk' post a figure of $5,000 as the approximate ,: found not guilty. the Bradford County Hospital I Iv
commander; R. A. I ewsome; 1st. amount needed. Mitchell Troy Knight who was
In. handingdown this mandate held their regular monthly meeting -
''r ; vice cmdr.; C. J. Powell, 2nd. vice
charged witH making a right turn
: :theSupran: Court overruled a'Federal': District cmdr. Stafford Although the council expressed : ,at the hospital on Sept. 16 I
; Crews Chaplain; an improper' signal and .
of the as indIvi- using
Judge.who'.had: 'shown a little commonsense, approval request at 6:30: p: m. Following the business ,
A.' S. Versailles
sergeant-at-arms; Chair- causing an accident pleaded not
duals it was explained by
session a on "The
. sas well:asia.knowledge t>flaw; in allowing Little L. D.' Vining ,historian. Vining lUan Hazen that until the October! guilty'' and'was found not guilty. .Medical Aspects program cf Hypnosis"was

4; jBadL additional time,, 'to-work' out.its vexing prob- and Newsome served with W. S. meeting it will be impossible to On a charge of' disorderly conduct presented. 1

6 It ;J Zeros. Sibley and Floyd Green as aboard 'set the amount that could be :Mack Love pleaded: not a l
The following staff members
of directors. and found not
budgeted. No promises were made guilty' was guilty
.. We agree with The State" of Columbia, S. (C. for any amount but'the group was ty the court. and guests attended' : Dr. H. H.

; .Jhait, itris! :>hard 'Understand! ,why Alaska,. as a The county was working on a 'told' that they may safely o go Three defendants failed to appear Adams Dr. A. J. Barry, Dr. D.

Knew member? of the'Union, should be,'guaranteed hookworm eradication program ahead with interviewing'appli- and 'forfeited bond's. Simon M. Christoffers Dr. P. G. Felos.Dr. ,

:: jfull; :,control l jofher\\ .schools, while, such authority with aid from the State Health cants for 'the job with the assurance 1'cLoud$52' Jr. 'had paid 'bond ot .'T. G.: Ritch. Dr. L. H. Jennings I
Dept on the charge of' allowing anim'anthorteed :
. is-denied the onginams,+and ,others "that,have.igeVadded that the council will' come Dr. A, Y. Covington Dr.
'. '" as near 'the estimate as possible. person to drive a t Need: your automobile financed? Investigateour
Carl
H. Dr.
Wells Jacksonville
:.. : ;since.M From a Sept. 1933 issue,of The ,Also going on record as ''ap- vehicle. John 'Allen Goolsby's \Vinston Summerlin 'Gainesville low car-loan rates. Do what so many other
Telegraph: "Mrs. C. L. Stockwell rroVing'the'.work' of the 'Recreation land of $12 'was'for running a :
liotonlYJdoes'Alaskageb; such',a written-in Dr. J; E. Maines Gainesville Dr.Allen' ,
. who resides at the Griffin House Committee was Mrs."TJT/B.: stop sign'an<\ J. C. Barton for- local folks have done finance your car ,here.
guarantee ':Jit. develops'that l ; this exemption Y. DeLancy Gainesville, Dr.
,"jbut : 'Woman'sClub. feited !Bond of $37'on T charge of
has of her of the
f some paintings on Peyton, president
Rex Ramsey, Dr. James E, Mos- You too will find the service prompt and the
. ro1iif efferal.interference is applied to-all new display at Bradford Hardware She spoke to the Councilon reckless driving._! _
ley and Dr.
: states'entering the Union during'! this century," 'Store: She has a splendid display a request for beautification cf Florida State Herbert Prison.Schweem Dr. J. all E. arrangements personal and friendly.

the South Carolina observes and adds: of of them local. snd a 'cleanup'campaign which CARD OF THANKSWe
scenes many
newspaper Denmark, Starke Dr. Charles Gill,
-', Yes AUTO finance it HERE for
: "'rh only thing*; we* can't understand is why In the club is making 'a project for desire to express' to our St. Petersburg and R: E. Edmond- you men/
The home office of Dr. W. B. the year. kind and thoughtful friends our
the long'argument that has been waged over the son Administrator good reasons.
Parks was destroyed by fire with It was agreed that tne city heartfelt thanks for their many
this -
. school questionsomeonehasn't'pointed, ; out a' few pieces of furniture only would fill up' the fountain on the expressions of' sympathy. The THE RIGHT POINT for the
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.. .difference- "" .. ry before.. saved. Dr.'Parks' instruments were lawn of the Woman's'Club so that beautiful floral offerings were way you write. Come In and select FLORIDA BankOne
' In'all the welter of Southern maneuvering to destroyed along with the family the grounds' may' be> made more especially} appreciated J. C. Cook your favorite ESTER ROOK
clothing except that which theyKhlcr'ctfthFUTexrf attractive. The fountain has become and family, Joe Hearne and family Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.NOTICE of 28 Banks ta'ETl Clarke
retain control of its sc .aud.it34raditioaal l at Kingsley Lake a source of annoyance and and_ _Howard Cook. the Florida Nation- IR ]

: social structure, a sing! ;tattsatalidsou'fantthesea w1iere, :they. ;.. pent the night. the Club has decided to 'plant the : OF INTENTION: al Group Hoj
-ol qncirt in-, ''There.b: r no ante ration ; area. Come. One Come All! To The TO REGISTER: FICTITIOUS NAME

. 'iIl a closed public school:. terew, I als04'be I l iTherBradford County office of rlS\14n.xT;J day Sept.,26, At 6 dersigned Notice ,is under hereby the given provisions that the un-of Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

: 1' tl e)if'any+ aupatfon' oVbai'4tijiftleTRoekvpr f ; q the:National:''He-employment Ser- Powell ,Elected V.. : ', S."Stadiium.'''Proeeeds'or : Chapter 1941 %will 20.953 register Laws of with Florida the,Clerkof Actsof

. any> .Jl )ll' ls> fc\ Jtjie :.nHion; orthtortflouth, i'msw sppemd at the Call St. Chairman Of I 't e "ewtBletfdtteifofms. the Circuit Court, in and for Brad-

where the High Court's'' (rreSponsible> deciBion"; .f o&ffaetjormeflyt' occupied by Peek -- -

: 1954 has'prdvided anline3 .S .iKeld5daytfQit.Uiose) rRatty.AAilongline of men form- Fire Control Group h -
t. d"tot egfster for jobs.
who would destroy us'bjM.,ttfcfc grace wigamSt Powell was elected chair- I
: JosephTOlsonf: : chairman of W. C.
: ,pee:fpd pec. \ ori:gainst' tion:r tthe-, ?.cm mutt ehaid! most of theiobs'eijlbe man of the new Bradford County i *yejrypiiy* >/ !i5h opportunity iD. aYdt 'D'EfiMXJHTS'Get :
;
>' on the Road 13 cut Forest Fire Prevention Committeeat .
.Ur S. Attorney GeneralrJBogers'i-idea.'of swearing -
f, "
: ; held
l'bfr between:Starke and the Ala- an organization meeting
. in':armies'of i info aslDep4tytU..SIlarsha1 ,'chua<'Xoiuit Une. Work is scheduled in ,the courthouse Monday nightat

: !is-nof: likely''to helt>'theYkitliation.rAndCUntil'the : ;\ '. :to start in 30 to 40 days. 8 o'clock. Z. W. Hamilton of ,-
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conduct of' their I own;intern l-Afalrsds Brooker and W. H. Maxwell of Your ''Prdfit-Sha ring'Coupons V/ith Every Purchase!

: '.returned,' 'to. ':'t1 e states, Inhere}can, Abe, >po' Mtia= ;Misses ::Hazel and Gladys Un- Hampton were elected to serve
. c-derhill Attended the FloridaGeorgiaAlabama with :Mr. Powell as an executive
solution.If .
. factory
;; United Singing Con- committee for the group.: 'Other

: Alaska"is ,guaranteed ((full control tof l t-her ,:v tlUori .at'Lake City. Hazel had memb'eTs of the committee are 'S. 4 :

: drools ':'why should not |the t rest ttif.ustaveat.least < ; : fan .,-important on the program L .Peek and E. L. Matthews.

: equal 'rights? Vhy (.bafJdiscripilntion i cin : and:has been, asked to sing Frank Lee District board'lorester attended, : a t ?r'l, T
attthe 1'r1 County with the FIQr a
= Sing at Wild- 4
4 one area of government arid v countenance!,it >,in the meeting and explained the
;
wood\pct..29Vl933.:\ .
: ,another? "'Perhaps, close,. special '.* purpose of the committee and also 4. \ ,, ; f' A

''treatment of our new AlaskanUjrothers.will f provide ) 'P. Crosby, a leading farmer the set-up of the ForestFire Prevention '
. rwith "which'.to'fight 'the"Su- of the' Station that was established -
a new weapon Brooker area exhibited a
.' IIf....,' tti ftf;,1 'J L', ytJ. : in 'Bradford County earlier
: preme Court's ruling.It well-formed pecan, neatly enclosed this ] ,:zVW
. in a hickory nut shell. The year.
He said that the Bradford unit's
hybrid was grown on a pecan
ecd "" A yew. room.? shoot grafted to' a hickory nut (ibtiaget'ror$79,086.27 of the which 1957.58 3990.00 year totals is i k a. / { vAs
tree, Mr.''Crosby said, and has the :.: I"p
county funds and $75,096.27 is
is happy combination when a civic organization flavor of the pecan.
Tederal funds. This large budget I '
in raising ,money, 'manages to.supE.ly 1 a.;\. 'First was due to the construction pf, r : Na 3s .
month Honor Roll at?' ; ,
: definite need while obtaining funds.'Such was the Hampton School included the I't the'iinit' buHdings'and 'purchase
of equipment in'th first year, t 4L
,case on .election ,day when the High School PTA following, : First Grade [B1]- Mr. Lee said. From now on the

.. 'operated. .concession stands at the Courthouse Brown.Thomas Wadsworth Emery budget for operating of the unit

: .and at 'City. Hall, The 'food was good and the First Grade [A-Kenneth- Man- will be group around discussed$35,000 annually.The the need.

service friendly. It was a good i icrea and bearsrepeating ire, Lelia Mae Brown. cf a pine seedling planter that r

Second Grade :Mildred Gil- could be rented To small landowners -
",
lyard Bettie
I McGrader.
in Bradford County, and
This week :the :Lions are selling brooms made Third. Grade- Walden Wads- it was decided to take this matterup y.a sK

by the blind,'for funds! necessary to buy glassessfor worth Shirley Colley. Alma Hin- with the Soil Conservation

-: needy children. Every home_ and business son. Hazel Rhames. District to see if they could purchase -

: place needs:a broom ,and, if your old one is worn, Fourth Grade Carolyn Hin- such equipment for rental.
son Margaret Greene Juanita The committee decided to meet
out, now is'a good time to get a new one. 'Y'owill
Kalch Claudie Bell the next meeting -
Brown. Les quarterly with
have the"satisfaction knowing that }
I
you .
l1e'Prini to tie held Monday night, Nov. i 'a .3c
: are helping! a 'Worthy cause when you buy. your 'Fifth Gl1\de-Doris Brown_ Marie 17, at*the Fire Control Unit, at s } a
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: broom from'ihe Lions. 'Taylor; Jack Hill. 7 p.m. %

It plight make the chore of .Sixth Grade-Henry Rowell Jr., .
: even cleaning easi Geraldine Hall, Margie Hall i f-,. J
; er, too, for with every sweep You can think of Claudie Hazen.' .

... the part you have" played in ,buying' glasses'' for. Seventh Grade- Myrtice Hall. -- A

,. children. ,1' who. 'might. ;' '- otherwise' J ':go__ with ut.- Eighth: Grade- Patsy Edmondson FOR }: aI
::
= Help of this sort for the blind has been.a proj-

ect of the local and national Lions for many
Two Rural Homes
years _It has been responsible for making'good a

: ,t uent, of majiy c o had fallen behindbecause Burn To Ground HOMEREPAIRS
.qdh-rn' "
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: of poor eyes', 'Earl Jr Yfi V'f' '

: A new broom sweeps clean.t In this case, it Two rural houses, west oj' +

: also 1 helps a worthy cause., .If, the u"lions don't see Starke have burned. in the.p stfew'dar NEEDS -
r. you '- looVthem' up, : ': *' v ; '4',: '! Al A t

Monday morning' the home of J ;.,;;. --,
Mr. and Mrs.: James"Reddish was

: The Old Hal Wit destroyed by lire,-belwved to have

f 4 t .*' started from a ;water heater'heReidishes' AND couldn't
pounds harm this
five ..
have children and )-. <
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Bradford: farmers, forced to hire help at ..today's ""
all
furnishings, 010 tad other
11118. >
: wages,should .get. V chuckle'out of ,this rticIe-s'werecl St. ",
a '
story': r Klf.I Reddish waS on his job at J
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: seems that a Federal inspector from the wife'the 'State discovered! Prison and.fire when she ran his BEAUTYRESTLQOOmashed

Wages 'and Hours Administration
was conducting 't othe highway and tried io' wave
: a routine investigation! and 'ca'me upon an down a car to carry the word. for *

; 'old* 'farmer'sittinf.i f'jfle snade-of the hay \pft: heljp ,to the nearby: Forest Fire

: ',"I ]hear you pay your help below the legal Unit. ,Several cars passed'withoutstopping" -

minimum said the "How about it however, and by; the
.. ., inspector. ?
'g time one finaly did stop and carrY LOANS Though under the wheels of the new 65,000-lb.

: "Well, there's Willie who milks the coY and word :to 'the' forestry people, ,it ;.nc mi-L am ts.a Mack, ,heaviest truck on earth,not one of the 837 individually! .

: dq es the! odd chores, :Pay him $40 a week And was tod late to save the 1 Se.'to pocketed coils was broken! An impressive demonstration

mY'ho; ,drives the tractor.,." I ay him $40( About 2 a. m. Sunday morning, UP TO proving that Beautyrest can really take it!
a vacant house belonging ,to,L. .G.
then Katie
too, And the cook. She get $SO plus
t room and board' Powell burned on Route 100 west Guaranteed, for 1 10 years, this famous Simmons mattress
of the Pine Level'Church.. The

,: Anybody else?" quizzed. ,the, i inspects.Well house had recently been transferred $$600 actually.! lasts for J5, 20 years and longer! And, most m'E NORMAL-FIRM

'" to Wesley McRae who had portant, it stays superbly comfortable: ,too! Are you enjoyingBeautyrest .
no only the. old halfwit," said the started taking off the roof in pre- l luxury sleep Q EXTRAFIRM"IT'S
.
f !.arinef.; 'tIJ get'nO a week; more or less; a plug paration to moving it. it is be-
.
.
Ol-. t tobaccorub" -, .. ." F -- 'f I :\ Leved: that the fire was incindiary. *

;, "Aha! I thought so_ ," ,said the inspector. "Let Seedling Orders "Folks

: me speak.*'lo'hirq. *> ," 'r >f I Still l Being TakenA 3 4 Find Us Friendly"LOCAL A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"Ff.ee


: "You're talking to hirq} .now. pardner," the few more orders for free pine FINANCE
.
fc h% ,-t f. --
: farmer. replied. ; : seedlings can be taken it was an- ; I
'
a rIt rounced this week, and these or-

ders will be partly filled, as far COMPANY t'emark Furniture
as possible.The -t
=,.; TH) >.B 4"fQfU..) COUNTY., ,...1 T TEJ.ECBAPH.; 1871 free seedlings are providedby 114 N. Walnut St. O.

? .... ... ; Container Corporation _
= : America in the interest of improping ((3 Doors from Post Office) .

..a, (, ?1lNt: '' ... J. .... All farm orders wood-lots.must be submitted *Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mgr.. Pe livery OF STARKE} free Delivery

rM>VR P..U.l.d I'ar4 art E.leit4 .. local CUM Hahn. Sept. 30.' Contact the office -otCounty and WO 4-0111' J 434 446' West Call 'St. Phone WO 4-432J Starke Florida

.t,.f'tlie.'f I'wt' O(\Ire\Or".t St.r"e\.FI, ,I"fi rAft_"lfDtr...... ':.I..ura.. Agent .G. T. Huggins or .: \. -

.. .. Farm Forester Don Champion. + --
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/iTTTnvTTiWYVt VYT! gett and Betty Carter granddaughter infant daughter Thresa Ann of this number were in our Adult decided this was a good place too I that it shall not become ,effective(I I Tuesday after the first Monday in any official duties and acts that the
of Ernie Padgett, unless other specified proposed revised January, ISSi, the :State: Attorney tate Attorney do and perform.
Mrs. and Mattie sister, Sue Harris, allot Ladies class. The general grade f to. We shot ,8 squirrels out of articles may
i are approved by thlt|lof the Thirteenth
Judicial Circuit lpon this amendment being adopted -
CLAY HILL daughter of Mrs. Ruth Corbert of Jacksonville. They brought out was not so good, just 47, Last our pecan trees, and they decided, electors at' such election, and in such! ;,I in and for HilUborough Count, all funds appropriated by

North Carolina, were married in fish and other groceries so we Sunday we dropped back, to. 57 the''ones' that.are left, that, this case none of such proposed revised Florida, shall l>e the prosecuting law approved by the Budget Com-

by Mr*. J. L. tftrickUnd: Georgia. They are living at Clay could have a good fish fry, and p resent.,It seems that the little is'no place for them. We have not Constitution articles ahall'ome unless all a of part them of are the attorney Record and of the the Criminal office of Court(>unty of of mission County and Commissioners budgeted by the of Board Hills-

Hill at the present time. We wish we enjoyed the visit very much, sprinkle of rain we had Sunday found one in the trees ,for over a approved. Solicitor, the position of Assistant bnrougn County, Florida, and for
E t fL i1WLL1lUL A AA A A A &a' them ,all of the joy possible for as well as the fish fry. Dottie is morning bluffed quite a few, or week. Jim found where the different This amendment shall be effective County Solicitor, the position- ofSt'cial the purpose of employing Assistant
as of October I, 1957 and when the Investigator for the County County Solicitors and other office
Several asked us why column young folks. Betty is a member of expecting to go overseas to Char- at least they were not present! kinds of animals were visiting proposed amendment Constituting Solicitor in Hillsborough County, personnel shall' thereafter be used
; our the Clay Hill Baptist Church. les in the near future. Floyd is Both Sundays the Intermediateswon a persimmon tree.. He sets Article XII of the revised Constitution shall stand abolished and terminated for the operation of the State Attorneys -
5, I I was absent last week well I becomes effective this, a- ; and thereafter the State Attorney office of the! Thirteenth
\L t vie Mrs.: Pansy Knight was with us I overseas in the armed forces and the attendance banner. Again two traps, the first night he mendment shall be superseded by and his Assistant Attorneys, Judicial Circuit in and for Hills-
t' were feeling so badly we could in church services again Sunday. Mattie is expecting him home in ve wish to say 'we are proud of caught two full grown coons, and it and repealed. under his direction, shall performall borough County and for the em-
not punch the keys on this type- She called last Sundaytc January in the of these folks, most of them that is NO. 2 the duties and functions of office ploying of Assistant State Attorneys -
was away .or early part young the 'end of the story! No SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION heretofore performed by the and other personnel, of that of.
.' writer and it was too lazy to do3the Starke to take'care of a new next year. are young men. We wish we could more coons, or anything else has 53%.. ,A Joint Resolution proposing NO.- County Solicitor. Pending Informa- ewe, and the State Attorney Is here-

work alone, so there was no granddaughter Ctiristinia Maria Our grapes are all gone so we I get all of,the young, and old middle been back .to the tree! It seems an amendment to Article 5 of tions Record filed shall in the Criminal Court of by authorized to employ such personn..l -
be invalidated State
Clay Hill not : including Assistant
news! We the Constitution of Florida adding
are glad to I Brown Jeanette's baby. Pansy reports aged and all men as well as these Stricklands are bad medicinefor an additional Section Thereto by -, hereby, and the State Attorney or Attorneys and investigators in the
a report we are feeling'much better that mother and daughterare can not have visitors to get grapes women, to attend church and all ramblers of the four footed to be given a number by the Secretary his Assistant State Attorneys, may same number and to be paid the
this week. but come, on and see us anyway, of State, abolishing the Office file amended informations in same salary as the number of Assistant
well. Sunday School and to study God'sWord.
doing ,
any such cases if and when neces County Solicitors and investigators -
We always enjoy even kind.Now of County Solicitor in Hillsborough
,
r We Just learned that one of our Last Thursday afternoon we company : here is something else that County, and transferring the duties sary. The Legislature may providefor employed by the County So-

i neighbor girls and boys married were visited by our daughter-in- if we do not have peaches, pearsor : Both Sundays our pastor, Rev i& hard to believe, and we say. thereof to the State Attorney of Special Assistant Investigators State Attorneys for the State and lititor.of Hillsborough County Flor-
to divide with We the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of ida.
some time ago. Bobby Padgett, law Dottie Fields: Mattie Lou grapes you. I George Chism, delivered wonderful Believe it as you wish, if you don't Florida and other matters relating Attorney of Hillsborough County (SEAL)
had abundance of
youngest son of Mr, Lunnie Pad Mcsley, Floyd Mosley's wife and an all this year. messages. Sept. 7, the subjectwas believe we can 'prove it to you. thereto. and all Assistant Attorneys shall IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I
The revenue men made a raid "The Weakness of the Flesh", BE IT RESOLVED BY THE be appointed by the Statettornt'y have hereunto set my hand and
in this part of the country last Sunday afternoon we'were sittingon LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE and sworn in by the Court and I affixed the Great Seal of the Stateof
Text found in Luke 17:27. Sept. the' front porch the kittens, OF FLORIDA: such Assistant State Attorneys Florida at Tallahassee, the
You Friday and we understood they An amendment to Article V of this the 8th day of Sept-
can own your own ,14, "Life's Saturday Evening of 6 months old, were playing aroundus shall; work under the direction of Capital
picked up eleven boys in about the Constitution of the State of ember A D. 1958.R. .
NOW home -- built on ownCONCRETE two !Time text Luke'23:46.: All who one of them, Blue by name, Florida by adding an additional the State Attorney and shall have A. GRAY Secretary of State
miles.
your We
are sorry these missed hearing these sermons :as well as color, went into the section thereto to be given a number full authority to do and perform 918-%1.9;,:!5ALVAREZ'STORE
lot men can not see the mistake they by the Secretary of State of the
missed a great Enlightening treat yard found a magnolia burr on State of Florida, shall be submittedto
are making in the law
violating The Associational Hymn Sing I the ground. Several seeds the electors of the State of Forl- 1
as they do when they make and were da for ratification at Established im B
or rejection
was at Highland Sunday after- i in it. She looked \
sell this abominal stuff. If they and played with the next general election to be held J B
BLOCK noon at 2:30.: We did not get to the burr a little, and started eat- in 1958 as follows: Me.* ciothmg
Hovs3,1OO i were the only ones to suffer for it attend but hope all enjoyed this ing the seedAte!, a half dozen or Section On and after the first -
I it would not be so bad,'but thinkof
more of the seeds. We could hard-
sing.The
all the'women and little chil-
Association Sunday School I Ij believe this and
us
looking at
dren who have to
suffer, even meeting for the Black Creek Association the cat, so if you don't believe it
$ more than the men do. Just think will meet at Macedonia well we will forgive
!
of the little children who are Sept. 25. All should attend who what will happen next you! We Wonder
will
stamped for life as being a bootegger's. Your Best
posibly can tell you next week, but the cat is Buy
or moonshiner's child! It The WMS and Brotherhood of well this morning, and
is hard for the children to live the Highland Church met Thurs- ever! as meanas .

this down, even if they leave the day of last week. Not so many -

place they were reared, the name seem to be interested in this work, Come One! Come All! To

folows, them. Again, when the just 5 women present'and 7 or 8 FISH FRY Friday The
Sept. 26. At fi
men are serving their time in
of the men. These few are tryingto P.
m. at BUS Stadium.
:; Proceeds
prison for this offense, we won- do the work of the whole organization For The New Band Uniforms. ftorn'Any Angle
Bank Financing Available der if the children and wives always for this church. The

have the food and clothes ladies have been helping some of NOTICE
they need? No doubt the wives and Notice Is hereby given that the fol
NOT PREFABRICATEDBuilt the sick in the community lowing Clerks and Inspectors have
and mothers do the best they can trying to do other work to help been appointed for the Second Pri

but the men should be at home, where their help Is needed. At thee mary September Election 30 A.D.to be held Tuesday THE NEW
1958 In
the
with doing honest work to support th present time they are trying to rious precincts. of ,Bradford County va- .
Quality Workmanshipand 'families and then they would gather coupons of different kindsto Floria PRECINCT: r ,
JfO.
not be behind the bars. send to the Children's Home. Clerk Arthur C. Pearce 1-L.tWTEY; Inspect

Materials We were glad to have Carson These coupons are a help to the ors Roberts: Ethel D. Reddish. Jewell T.
,
i James H. Eunice,
Griffis back in church and Sunday children they are used as money Johnsrn, and Earl C. Mosley. Shirley

School Sunday, the Sunday tc buy the necessities of the chit PRECINCT NO. t NORTH' 8TABKE .

before he was too sick to attend dren. Surely we can help some by James Clerk.R.Charles Chasteen Hardy, Mary; Inspectors Ella Watterson. : .
-
Contact We are also glad that Sister giving a few milk coupons or ,. Doris E. Nonaan W. C. REGENCY

Ellen Norman was able to sendin some other kind. Lets try this Rhoden Green and,. Mildred I. E. Clark.Sapp, Robert G.

her column to the Starke paperl anyway, and see it we are injuredby PRECINCT NO. 3,SOUTH STARKE GAS AREA HEATERS wi .
last l week. We feel she is gettingalong this small effort. Blanche Clerk, L. 'M. Gaines; Inspectors:

BUILDING much better than she has We were glad to have several Broadway Cooper Edw. W.Vaughn Coolberth Ruth, Eston B.

been for sometime or she would back in Sunday School, who had R. F. Jordan and Lillian Bishop. 1o ,
& not have been able to her several Sundays. PRECINCT. NO. 4 -GRAHAM
J J write been absent for Clerk Clarence' J. Frailer; In SMOOTH QUIETPOWERFUL
column. Of course several are like we are speetors: H. E. Starling, John A. J. ,
SUPPLIES McKinney and John
Sept. 7 we had 79 present in, no way to get to church unless PRECINCT NO. 5 C.HAMPTOV Moody. and BEAUTIFUL '

Sunday School, the most we have I someone takes pity on them and Clerk, Gordon P. Wadsworth Sr.; 1I
Inspectors: Wm. I
H.
INC. had present for so long we just j brings them. We are thankful Neta V. Johnson. and Maxwell.Laura Belle Mrs. featuring: I
do not know how long it has been! that someone does know we are Brown. I Try F L

Of these 63 had studied their still living and are interested enough Clerk PRECINCT Henry NO B.THERES4A Hinson Wall Thermo-stat control. New Thermo- I This I
Inspect
lessons.: Of course the little folks in us to see that we can get ors; Mrs. Louise V. Hall, ;Homer
PHONE WO 4-2111 do not study their lessons, so it to church on Sundays, even if we Brinson. and Mrs: Mattie Sibley. J. Thrust blower Cool Safety Cabinet. I ; I

r After 5 P.M.' Call WO 4-8681 or WO 4-2895 looks like most of us who could oo have to miss the other services PRECINCT Clerk Reddish NO. 7 R.-NEW Andrews RIVER: Inpectors exclusive Control Center. .- _w ._ -., I Test tl! QI i f

read had studied the lesson. We most of the time : Mary Agnes Johns, Winnie .

.- ,- feel that is a good record. Eleven, Well, the coons and squirrels Mae Andrews and Dorothy L. Ander f*' I S/oA4. cljor.n. w tap .f Mctiolin I
son.PRECINCT
r NO. BKOOKER | Itgmcy- il will I Ml I
Clerk David W. Green; Inspectorx I ,lip .t-MOOf Ik.I IA. Il
I N. G. Hayes Sr., I* R. Green and Al-: I .(i.cy i it th. tmoolhtit wniea '
SLADE
berr GAS CO.Next
Ernest Edward. ., I
By order of the Board of County I 1.at.t M de a(" l *),.

Commissioners Florida, this of Bradford County, L_- __ ____ _.J
I (OFFICIAL September SEAL) 18, A.D. 1958; Door to Winn-Dixie Ph. WO 4-3551


FREEFREEI PROPOSED Charles A.-rOSsTITUT Darby, Clerk.O..tL 2t 9-25 --


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) TO BE VOTED ON

WHEREAS NOTICE\ovrmfcrr, OF the ELECTION d Legislature. 1958 of Share the Profits in Starke

57, under the Constitution
of 1885
1 Joint of the Resolutions State of Florida proposing did amend pass !

meets to the Constitution of the flrJrnT wI
State of Florida the same were
agreed to by A vote of three fifths
of all the members elected to each
house; that the votes of said Joint
Resolution were entered upon their
i respective Journals, with the yeas \lult
\ and nays thereon and they did a r
detrmlna and direct that the said rf r g
Joint Resolutions be submitted to
electors of the State at the r
FRIDAY AND Election on November 4,
SATURDAYF I
NOW THEREFORE I, R. A. Fri. Sat.
Y,. Secretary of the State of ,
do hereby give notice that
a Sept. 19 20KOCH'S
t ,
SEPTEMBER 19TH 20TH will be GENERAL ELECTIOsV
held in each county In

Florida ing the first on Tuesday Monday next in November succeed, %WEEKEND SPECIALS JAX PRICES

A. D. 1958 the said Tuesday being

Celebrating Our Grand Opening At The New .i the ratification Fourth day or rejection of November of the for said the

I Joint State menta Resoutions of to Florida the Constitution,proposing vii: Amend of the We Will Not Be Undersold -- We/ Meet All CompetitionTOWELS


IOITSE JOl\"r. NO.RESOLUTION> NO.
3-C. .A Joint
Resolution
"
Service Station revision of Section 1 of Arti proposing TOWELS HANDSOME
Speed cle XVn of the Constitution of the, -
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State of Florida.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE 4ac3" BILL FOLDS
LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF k
'
FLORIDA:

301 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE IN STARKE It Section refers altogether L Inapplicable to the fourteen because

proposed amendments ruled off the ONLY
ballot by the Supreme Court.)

Where You Will Find The "Southland's Finest" Gasoline Section repealing 2.The'and following superseding amendment e

Section '1'of'Article XVII of the 2'95
Constitution of the State of Florida
is hereby agreed to and shall be r .N
submitted to the electors of the
state at an election to be provided
for at this,session of the Legis
FREE- SIFTS PRIZESFOR lature, that is to say: Section 1. 1 ,,, Your
Method of amending constitution.
Either' branch of the Legislature, Choice of
at any regular session, or at any Colors
special or extraordinary session Famous "CANNON" Brand '
thereof called for such purposeeither
ALL MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY in the governor's original call
or any amendment thereof
may propose
the revision or amendment or | ea.

FREE Cokes, Lollipops, Balloons, Candies, Bubble Gum. Refreshments for all. FREE portion revisions or or portions amendments of this of Con any I 39 ALARM CLOCKS

6'' Pack Carton of Cokes with the Purchase of 10 Gallons of Gasoline or More. FREE stitution.or Any amendment such revision,or amendments or revisions LIMIT SIX TO CUSTOMER .

Grease Job When Empty Bottles Are Returned. FREE Nothing to',Buy to Register any number may relate of subjects to one but subject no or a- 2.90

,.. mendment shall consist of morethan
,
for. Our Wonderful Prizes one revised article of the Constitution ,
except.aa hereinafter pro BEACH TOWELS 98c
vided. If the proposed revision
or
revisions or amendment or amendments Reg. 6.95 Value
Prize "
1st Westinghouse Vacuum Cleaner ( -\ are agreed.to by threefifthsof
>| the members elected to each
Ext. Cord
house they shall be entered upon FLASHLIGHT Heavy Duty
the respective journals with the
2nd Prize Deluxe Barbecue Grill : yeas and nays and published in one withCell
newspaper in each county where a
newspaper is published for two 98c 50ft..3.95
times, one publication to' be made -
"" not earlier than ten week and the .
3rd Prize Westinghouse Table Radio' other not later than six weeks, -
.
.
immediately preceding. 'the electionat
,, .v ,, which the same are to be voted PRESCRIPTIONS are our main business Three Pharmacists to
upon, and thereupon submitted to

4th Prize Steam Dry Iron : ; r, : er the rejection electors of at the the state next for approval general serve you Day and Night. With our large volume of prescription i

such election revision provided or revision however or amendment that business we can give you the BEST FOR LESS.

or amendments may be submitted
DRAWING TO BE HELD 8:30 SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER ,20, 1958 for'approval or rejection In
a special election under the conditiona -

YOU'DO NOT HAVE* TO BE PRESENT TO WIN provided described by- Section in and In J of the Article manner

.* XVII of tbi Constitution. If a majority KOCH Store
of the'e1ectorl voting upon Drug

\ Treat Yourself To Speed's "Silver Platter Service" the dopt amendment such amendment or amendments or 4 amendments a-

the aaase shall become a partof
the Constitution provided, however t

: DONT MISS OUT ON THE FUN' more that of than when the ene Constitution the,proposed Legislature to revised be submits v article t Free Truck Delivery .--. Phone WO 44401i

upon in the same election any neb
proposed revised article mar provid



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!r- .1JKADl'Om-COmftT L tiBAAEC11t1ft.Olttg. TnrRSDAT.. SEPT. 18: 1953
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Woman's ,flub, Ness .Nancy ,DuPre Heart: Association Dinner Party Mrs: Irma Netherland of Louisffle |I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts and

Hears Recreation : \ Ga. and Miss Frances Da\'ies I,'Cutris, Roberts were in Daytona.
Is Luncheon HostessMiss Members PlanEducational For A. J. Barrys
,visiting
of Augusta are spending several,' Eeach over the weekend

Board On Panel. Nancy DuPre entertained .. Drive Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry were days with Mr. and Mrs. B. L.,Mox- Mrs" E. C. Roberts' and, Mrs.

A program on "Community at a delightful luncheon Tuesdaynoon Members of the Bradford County -, honored at a lovely buffet dinner (!ley. I>I Maude Holland.:

Recreation" was presented at the in the Pecan room of the Heart Association met at the i party Tuesday evening Sept. 9,|

first fall meeting of the Starke Garden Restaurant' for Miss Jean home'Of Mrv C. L. Scholl chaIrman given by Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futch I' ., .

r.IdYI Mooty Woman's ,Club on Wednesday of' Mundy who- left' for Bessie-Tift, :()U Tuesday afternoon. at their home 212 Redgrave street. Stiofe. ale Profits fet SfarA-

... ......-.,.... ....... ". .....,... ....n..... -... -, ., (. last week at the club house. college.Six Among those attending were The buffet table was lovely with
., The program, in charge of Mrs. guests enjoyed this affair Mrs. H. B. Peyton,' president ot a lace cloth poised over light blue

Social ,Club Elects BPW Club Plans Ruby Johns, chairman of 'Amen with the hostesses and honoree., the Starke ""/oman's Club, who,I linen, and centered with a wed-

James WatsonAs Annual ObservanceOf ran Citizenship, included Mrs. J. Miss DuPre 'presented Miss will again sponsor the Heart campaign ding cake. v '

W. Epperson, Joseph Gray ,X. Al.:,Mundy With a personal going- "'this year Mrs: J. K. Wall, Twelve guests enjoyed this af
New PresidentThe Business WeekThe Smith, and J. F. Bloodworth, '
mem- away present -as a memento 'of health chairman and Or. Florence fair.
bers of the City Recreation Board.]"the"occasion.' Jennings; education chairman.,
Starke Social Club met Starke B.P.W. Club met I They outlined the work that has) Although the drive tor funds .

Tuesday evening at St. Edward's I TIOTsday evening of last week at been done by their committee and \'Coffee Given will not 'be held until February, Al Yancey i
Parish; hall with 23 members the home of Mrs. Junius :Smith: what can be done if funds are '
pre- Is These
I plans were made for an extensive Honor Guest Prices Good Only Friday Sept.
with Mrs. Lloyd Farber as co- available. The particular need isj At. Felos Home Educational and community service ,
sent.The hostess. 1\1rs.I!;. A. Hall, president for a paid director to coordinate At Surprise Party
nominating committee pre For 'Mr program to be carried on throughout 19 and
BarryMrs. Saturday 20
Sept.
presided over the f
sented James Watson as the new meeting. facilities, equipment, ..and volunteer the year. Literature and ,

president who was pnanimously Plans were made' for BusinessWoman's workers, ,, they pointed'out. .. T,1: G. Ritch, Mrs. H. H. films 'are available to any civic Al Yancey who celebrated his
.. Week at which time the I The business meeting was presided Adams,and Mrs. in Bradford 13th birthday en Saturday
elected., Mrs. Charles Ward was 1- G. Felos were organization County. was I
: i members will attend church together
over Mrs. H. B. '
by : Peyton Wonderr11
: II hostesses at a delightful "coffee": Also attending the planning I I pleasantly surprised at a party i
With These
appointed publicity chairman.Rev. I on Oct. 5 and a dinner will The seven,
president
:, following j ji I II
1 1I 1: Tuesday morning honoring Mrs.i meeting were Mrs. M. Patrick,'i given for him that evening at the
. W. S_ McAuley out-going be given honoring the Business i new members were accepted into i iI j.i As 4; Barry at the home of .Mrs.k executive secretary and Miss J:sther' -i I Yancey home by Misses Geraldine 1' Values on Skirts and
,,'oman of the Year on Oct. U.N j the club:: Mrs. Hollis Knight 1 Mrs.
president was presented with ser- ,, Feles Gay Linda -
. on Bessent road.. .I Craig, Educational Director!i: Lee Henry Lou Dennis
district, rules were discussed -: John Easter Mrs. Clyde Terwil-!k '
eral and Harriet Blouses Just RigHt
going-away gifts. Artisticrrangements of Chrysanthemums of the Northeast' Florida Heart,; Goodman -
and will be voted on at the t legar Mrs. ,Larry H. Gibson Mrs.I i
: Hosts for the evening were Mr. in fall shades ranging Association with which the local The Florida room was gayly
first District Meeting which will,:, W. C. 'Powell Mrs.,,W. J. Kpp rI I l t for Football Season
'
I from yellow to bronze, Were chapter is affiliated. decorated with colored
: and Mrs John Crehan, Mrs. Rob- be held in St. Augustine. Ten I son and Mrs. T. F. Howell. Transferring I crepe pa- I '
I used to advantage in decoradng! per and ballons, where the 130 I
. ert Halsall: Mrs. W. A. Bonham I irembers: stated plans to attend I from the Junior Club Spectator Wear. _|
the Felos'home for the occasion. and Mrs ClementsAre young guests enjoyed a sock hop.
. and Rev. AicAlfle Y. this meeting. were: Mrs. James Blackshear ;: Sgt. :
The coffee table Hamburgers
was overlaid with and other refreshments -
Mrs. T. C. Haaen: Jr., Mrs. Mack'
The next meeting will be Thursday an Imported cutwork cloth and HonoredVith were served on the terrace.
The first meeting of District Futch and Mrs. D. L. Thomas:
: Oct. 2, at the centered with a silver'container The Ladies'
Presbyterian Three of the BPW Club was held I The president 'appointed Mrs. ,Farewell Parties girls were assisted in serving -
.r Assembly Hall. I in St. Augustine! 'Sunday :Sept.: Lex Green as chairman of a committee holering an attractive arrange-I by Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yanceyand SPECIAL
ment 'of the same blossoms.' (Silver and Mrs. Jack Clement]
. 14, and was attended by Mrs. K.I to revise the ""by-laws.: The Sgt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graudon. SKIRTSAllWool
. : trays ;held dainty sandwiches who to San Antonio,
A. Hall Mrs. Ray Stone Mrs.I first social event of the season I are moving Ship 'N -Shore

Nate Dyal Mrs. W. T. Gill :Sr.: ,I will be a Silver Tea on Wednesday pastries and cookies. Presidingat I c Texas the 'end'- of the week have Mrs. A. Barry and
; the silver coffee services were .been( at two .
A.BW" i'I Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. John Oct. 15, at the club house. feted, parties recently.The' Blouse SaleONETHIRD
'
Mrs. 1:. 3i.Slade'Sr., and Mrs., C. Is Honor Guest
John Torode home at 513
FL-: Green, Mrs. Pauline Torode Mrs.J Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. will be in Wash 'N Wear Fabrics-
: STARKE Lloyd Farber Miss Madge Mid-I charge of this affair. E. Johns. N. Walnut street was the settingfor At :Dessert BridgeMrs.
dfeton and Miss Delia' Rosenberg. Devotions were given by Mrs. Guests were greeted at the a lovely Coca-Cola party last

: Fri., Sat. Sept. 19, 20 The StarK club was honoredby Lex Green who presented Gary door by Mrs. S. E. Simmons, and Saturday morning from 10 to 12 A. J, Barry was honored
. DOUBLE FEATURE having Miss Della Rosenbergto 'I Harris and Kay'Colson, membersof Mrs. ''E. L. Mxtfhews, and were o'clock for Mrs Clement, given at a delightful dessertbridgeparty
serve on the Nominating Com- the CherUb Choir of the First presented' to' the receiving tine by Mrs. B. L. Moxley and Mrs. Thursday evening of last

: Untamed Heiress mittee and Mrs. Desta Dyal was I Baptist Church in a duet, "SearchMe composed of Mrs.' Ritch,' Mrs.: Torode. week given by Mrs. A. N. Holli-

WITH JUDY CANOVA elected as an Alternate Delegateto Oh God." Adams, Mrs. Felos and Mrs. Barry An arrangement of purple flowers day.

: AND the State Planning Board meeting MrS R. E. Edmondson chairman f and potted plants were used i Arrangements of mixed flowers

Thunder Over in West Palm Beach in October and her committee served Assisting in serving were Mrs. in decorating the living room. The were used to decorate the party
Africa refreshments in the sunroom J R. Wainwright Mrs. A. Y. Cov- refreshment table tn the duung rooms for the occasion.
: Plus Serial Chapter IS, and Color where the table was covered withan ington Mrs. R. E., Edmondson, loom was overlaid with a lovely Following dessert several pro-

. Cartoon. for Children. Weiner Roast Italian cutwork cloth and cen- Mrs: O. L. Haynes Jr., Mrs H., C. turquoise linen cloth and centered gressions of bridge were played

: SUN. tered with an antique silver bowl Brown Mrs: Junius Smith, Mrs. with a dried arrangement in with prizes Being given to the
MON. "
. TUES. And Swim PartyAt containing a lovely arrangementof A. N: Holliday, Mrs. Clyde Sin shades of brown and} white. high and low scorer Solids Plaids Tweeds

Sept. 21, 22, 23 Lake 'giant and Pino-rhio chrysan- clair Mrs. Joe Arnold,-Mrs. s.;; G.: ,The hostesses presented the The hostess was assisted by OFF

: DOUBLE FEATURE Kingsley_ i I themums in shades of ,yellow. Denmark, and Mrs. J. M. Vickers,I honoree with a .leather cigarette her mother, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Up To $5.98 Values

: BULLWHIP Misses Anne Matthews, Sally: all of Starke, and .Mrs. James E. case as a memento of the occa- Sr. 2.98 Now 1.98
. Sink and Beverly Chapman entertained -' Moseley, and !Mrs. Rex Ramsey sion.
. Guy Madison Opening MeetingOf
Rhonda Fleming of the State Farm. I 3.98
,
at a weiner roast and: Garden Club
: School PTAIs Thirty guest were invited to 3.98 Now 2.65
AndParadise swim party last Friday evening at High The hostesses presented Mrs.1 call between the appointed hours.
Lagoon the Matthews cottage OH Kingsley Well Attended parry with a' personal gift as a'' Will Open Season Sizes 22 to 30

: Kenneth More Diane CUVnto Lake. I 'I'memento of the occasion. i Thursday evening, Sgt. and Mrs. With Supper MeetingThe

. Pius! Color Cartoon for Dancing, swimming and re- Around 200 parents and patronsof Aver> 100 guests called' between Clement were honored at a farewell tadies''i' fl
(Children
.. freshments were enjoyed duringthe Bradford High School turned the appointed 'hours, 11 to 12:3U dinner given at the Camp Starke Garden Club will .

: Wed., Thur. Sept. 24, 25 party hours 7 to 11 o'clock. out Monday night for the first o'clock. Blandmg Officer's Club. hold its first Fall meeting Monday If i Nylon & NylonizedBRIEFS \ #!J
.. DOUBLE FEATURE I Weiners were roasted on the out- meeting of the present term' and Hosts for this affair are Mr. evening Sept. 22? at 6:30 o'clock 1 ,r
. door fireplace and served, with Mr. and Mrs. with 'a covered dish supper at the /
back-to-school Bill ,
enjoyed the annual 'Elementary PTA and Mrs. TiHey
ISLAND WOMEN cold drinks; on the terrace. I program presented by G. T. Hug- prew Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Episcopal Parish house on Church

. Marie Windsor! Marilee Earle' The '35'guestS included '10th gins chairman and his program Sets Date ForHalloween Moxley .Mr. and Mrs. Reed Har- street. '
.. ANDTHAT grade girls and their dates. An I committee. Tours of the school Carnival rell. ,and Mr. and 'Mrs. J. F. Tom Cameron of Cameron Feed Special 3' prs. $1| .00 Assorted
. i out of town guests was Miss Jane were organized so that parents : Bloodworth. Stores, Jacksonville, will speak on Purchase '* Fancy Trim
. NIGHT 6f Gainesville.Mrs. "Fall Planting for Spring Gar-
Guy could visit their children's classrooms Preliminary: plans for, the annual -
John Beal Augusta E. L. Matthews and Mrs. Halloween Carnival, to beheld dens." A question and answer
Dabney meet their teachers, and !
Plus Rudolph Sink "assisted,-the' hostesses Friday, Oct. Hospital AuxiliaryTo period will follow the talk. All
Color Cartoon observe their schedules. I I ( 31, from 2 to; 3>>
in serving.and entertaining. Following the tours, they assembled -- I p.m., have been announced by the Meet Sept. 24 members are w'ged to attend. I
in 'the cafeteria where: : Starke Elementary School PTA. Hostesses for the evening will' EAGLE STOREl
For LuncheonThe i!
be Mrs. M. ,r' Hazen, chairman', i
refreshments of homemade cook-,Supper will be served from S Jo ,, .t i
Mrs. 'Jesse" Newsome'; Mis': Paul
ies and"coffee were:Served by ,the 7 'p.m. in the cafetonum. meeting of the 1
general Raymond, and Mrs. A. R. I\orman. l l E. Call st.
Senior Class mothers.At i The executive committee of ,the Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary I Starke Ha.
>t a brief business session early: Elementary PTA will meet Thursday i will I be avoid Wednesday$ept. I

v in the evening members and ; Sept."26, at,1:30 p.m. in the 124, at 3:30: o'clock at the Garden Birthday Party

1 3 visitors were welcomed by the; pafetorium. '1I 1I Restaurant where Mrs. Joe Arnold )For Linda FutchMrs. Share the Profits in Starker

president, Mrs. Chas. A; Darby'I program chairman, will showa
'
were told of the goal of 300 memberships i Brownies Change, tilm on the 'activities of "Southern Mack Futch entertained ata
.. which, in view of the' n- Hospitals. "All members, are birthday party Monday after-

ks terest shown' in this first" meeting,(I Meeting Date urged :to attend. noon, Sept. 8, for her daughter,

a seems 'in view'. I The Brownie Scouts have chang The Hospital ,Auxiliary board Linda, oho was celebrating her } r Mfr
$ (* ''J"i7\ Plans were discussed for the met Thursday noon, Sept. 11, at sixth anniversary.,.
ed their meeting date from Tuesdays ,
formation of "'an alumnae the Garden Restaurant with Mrs.P. .
i Av ) organization to Fridays. The next meet- The refreshment table was over-
for BHS with a homecoming ing will ,be Friday afternoon, G. Felos, president, presiding laid with a lime green cloth with

'. personal get- event to he :held In "November Sept.? '19, at 3:30 o'clock ,at the at :-the"business" meeting following matching napkins and centered
; It' was also' voted ] to home -of Mrs. J. D. Warren. They luncheon. During the meeting, with a birthday cake decorated

acquainted offer change the meeting time from. will meet every otlier'Friday afternoon Mrs. Felos stressed the requirements with cowboy candles. The 14 PIECE

7:30 to 8 p. m.! thereafter. of each member workingten youngsters enjoyed refreshments i
hours within a year or she and favors of balloons.

i' from, Mr. andMrs.. Miss Nancy PyPreI will be considered "an inactive Mrs. Futch was- assisted, by, Mrs.C. CHROME
'j I member. A. Futch. I
Cornplimented
V Woodburn ., / -
I
In Jacks nvilIes

I: ,SFme.Ae ..Pielrt. in Star
Nancy DuPre, whose mar-
ilage to Byron G. McIntyre will I

be an event of early'November', at. I
I
Newport, D. I. where the brijiegroom '.' I
i r .' ,
is stationed with the United: Mr:'and, Mrs,. David Moyers' of ,
States Navy was Ole inspiration
Washington D. C. announce, the ,
for a lovely buffet dinner( party : -1--4-t
birth of son Bruce David on -; :,
a. -
SET OF FOUR ((4)) l last Saturday evening 'given byhtr Sept. 9. Mrs.: 'Moyers is the for- :
and: Mrs. J, E. JrfcJntyrei at. mer Emilene Kelly -of Starke I II I
their Largo; Place home in Jack-
,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thomas Sat -
fit. !
MELMAC.Ow.s sonville. Cheshkr of MaxviUe'announce Sept. 79, 20 ONLY!
Pink roses and asters were jar- I
fhebirth of a daughter. Linda Dj-
ranged to enhance the buffet din; II I ,
12 at Hospital II
anne. on Sept. Doctor's
ing table. Guests
c were seated at II

__ Good for Soups, small tables which were overlaid I
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas announce -
with
cloths.
Iiil.i. """if Cereals Salads, and I pink Other bouquetsin I
: XT" r! pink and white were plaCed! at the birth of a daughter,
","\n2\>./' ,Hundreds of other points of interest throughout the Laura Kay on Sept. 10, in :9t. I
'
l' = Uses. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville.
rooms of the home:
!r.;;;J;L. Among the 20 guests were Mr..' Mrs.Thomas and baby daughter;

FQR JUST OPENING AN AC- the and bride-elect Mrs. J.*H. DuPf, parents. to day.returned to' their home.here_ Mon-", 30 X PLASTIC-TOP. TABLE

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Riley of FOUR PLASTIC-COVERED CHAIRS

COUNT OF $20 OR MORE. No. F. M. Prewitt Tampa announce the birth of a .
son Billy Wayne on Sept 13 in In Red and Cray, Green and Gray or '

Interest ,or Carrying Charge. Weds Mrs. HallIn the South Baptist Hospital Plant" Yellow and Gray


t- Plant: City City. ',; COSTUME Regular 89.95 Value

Of interest here is the marriage Bradford County Hospital an-

Clip This Ad on August 19 of l<'entonI,; : nounces the following births: ,

Prewitt farmer newspaper publisher )tr. and Mrs. Johnnie Arnett w. Now
and postmaster of PlantCity Lee' of Starke. a daughter Lisa chyi JEWELRY

and Mrs. Mena Halts widow Jean'Sept.11.' :
Bring to us Get Your BowlsWHEN of the laU L.K. Hall of tke Turkey Mr. and 'Mrs. Carl Taylor- 'Jr. 0:

Creek community w Hills-. of' Lawtey.. a son. Sept. 12. /6J 95I
YOU OPEN YOUR AOCOUXr borough County; Mr. and Mrs L.: C. Harrell of Earrings;:

Mr: Prewitt was a resident* o| R iford. a daughter, Phyllis Ann

Stainless Steel Flatware by Onida Starke some-SO years ago when, Sept 12. fJ Necklaces ,.+. "
as a young flUIA.? he edited ""rue Mr' and Mrs. Carol H. Harlow *
Florida Advocate" here a newspaper ofHampton, a daughter Wanda I ,

$ which 'was later sold And Jonan Sept. 12. Bracelets .
,
BIRTHSTONE 'RINGS 9.95 ,
,
moved to Wauchula: Mr and Mrs: 'Bernard Garnett -

J The Aug..19 ceremony was performed of Starke. a daughter Pamela 2

t, by-, County Judge P. B. Diane. Sept. 13.. BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE DAYS ONLY.
Howell of Sumter County at office ia BushneU. Starke.'a, son, Leonard 'Vincent Friday, Saturday'September 19, 20
GEM
Jewelry Sir. and Mrs. Prewitt will 'reside Moore- ';Jr., Sept.. 14. GET SECOND PAIR FREE !

in Plant City at tae Prewitt Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Donald I

borne,309 N. Memn Sb KeUey''of Green Cove Springs, i i i EL"RODFURNITURE

"" "Starke's Leading Jeweler" rl a son, Michael Neal Sept.. 14J

--..;;.... ;i' BULLJNGTONStudio

NOLAN. WOODBURN, Owner Mr. and Mrs.,Charles Cowen

I 109 E. Call St. Ph. Come One! Come 'All!'To The of Starke. announce, the birth, .of !I COMPANY
WO 4-5211 I FISH FRY Friday Sept. 26. At 6
a
daughter Deborah Suzanne. t>nSept. &, Gift I
a;. m: at BHS 'S1 uU ui. Proceeds 16, at Alachua General 11|s- Shop 218 Temple .Ae. Starke, Fla.]

For The' New Bind Cnif&inA. pitaL, .. j
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BRADFORD COV2TtTOBAPH.. STARK ." FLORIDA

II .= I L ., PAfiE FITS .
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J. --, '--;:;;: ,-A.. '- ;. I Rpddj Struth returned to Yoqng TAL .1 I --" -'
": : UP ; Darby. 401 Law Exchange fol
lks To Building lowing piece of
equipment
r.t
Sponsor I : LL FOR BIDS
7IN Harris College.. Ga. on $ turday. gI4TthJ tsonviLe 2. Florida and file the 1. Crawler Tractor Loader weight The Boar, .w County, .: >'\.ai,*
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original In "tne 'offlH of CLerk of .
Mr. an'a"Mrs.'W.: H;/Gr ham ,. CRE K \ London Show he Circuit Court on or before the net less than 18,500 Ibs.; Struck siontrs-of Bradford *'o n' foiCa -
and guests, Mr and Mrs. Andy allegations of said Complaint Will rapscity ef standard bucketnot will receive 'sealtd tr.ilt.: i. 1 d: '0
Of Maiic At USOA lie taken as confessed by'you. less than 1% cu. yards; o'clock on the m truing of Oiiohtr
Morse of
Lakeland, spent Saturday .This'notice shall be equipped with diesel engine of 6. 1958 in the courthouse for the
to Monday t"the Graham camp LZkJk each week for frur consecutive published weeks once not less than TO horsepower; following piece: of equipment:
two-hour show, packed with not less than 4 forward and !
in the Bradford 1 Motor( Grader weight -not less
iu County
T the scrub. Walton i variety of- magic sleIght T of 13 day -of Oct., !!?*!I; ,otherwise Telegraph.the reverse sprede; to be equippedwith than % .O'O Ibs. diesel engine,

.. .:::;....1 f NEW! Mr:and Mrs. Emmett' Elder, are hand, and illusion, lwill brought Dated this C day, of August, 1958. type fan electric crankcase starting guard blower and not less than 115 horsepower;
visiting relatives (SEAL) S equipped with 1400 X 24$ ply
in
Andalusia. t o Starke Tuesday, Sept. 24, when all standard equipment. tires, front and rear; power

--, .... .. .... -,-- .--_'_r Ala, and 0 Spart. nb" rg, S.- C. .this Elks Lodge No. 1802 presents' the Clerk CHARLES of the Circuit A. DARBY Crurt. The Board will 'offer for trade in steering; IS' moldboard.
.. week. i 1-9 International Loader mounted The Board will offer for trade in
I Marian
By L.
Five S J ack London Crosby Deputy Clerk ,
year old Chrissy Dittmar Mr One Wiggins and son Bob- GARDEN RESTAURANT ;_ ,,- ,; '" Show in""the 0 USO S 3111: H JOt n rubber, which may be viewedit one Model, 118 Motor Grader-Gallion,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C H. were'in If auditorium at 8 p.m. the old overpass south of Starke 1 which may be viewed by contactingR.
by, Jacksonville 'IZZ a Harvard or Yale man -
A-to ,
Dittmar Wednes- go-call then pick up. approached )n Road No. 10?. E. Jones,. The Road Foreman.
of Jacksonville and day" afternoon. on business.. Mr.and' MrS: James'R.'Christie you and ,aske you if According to his- afirance .bill TO REGISTER NOTICE OP I\TKXT1O\ The County will pay for this The County will pay for this
granddaughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. c. C. 'McAliley 0' : yc ru had ,caught any MicropterusSalmoides ing.. Mr. London is the most tam- Notice' FICTITIOIS MME equipment in the following manner. equipment In the following manner
Floyd of Gainesville Baltimore, Md. are'visiting Mr. i hereby given that the .vi th no interest. with no interest.
Green o! Starke underwent you would 9us pickpocket in the world"'andknows : undersigned under the ...
a SPent Monday to Wednesday s. P.: D. Fancherthis week. :' probably 'f'Chapter 20.953, provisions -ade in will be the down The trade in will be the down pay.
serious operation withRay feel ,all the tricks of the trade. Laws of Florida.
on her chest .
your pulse and reac.h' for' : payment.
Rev. and Mrs., W. S. : Goldwire and Miss Margaret Acts of 1941. will register' with the m nt.
Tuesday at your1 Blue'Cross. < He Is said to be in constant demand ,0 will be paid $3,000.00 will be patt on the 10thof
,Johns-Hopkins hbsMr E. ; But lie would Clerk of' the Circuit Court in and on tne 10th
; D. Rose Duncan
Tenly and Mrs, E. of Starke and for 'f January 1959. 1959, with the balanceto
pital in by tohE'lp Bradford with the balance January
Baltimore police County Florida
Md. She is F. Miles were In Jacksonville Wed- Mr. j and ''Mrs. Bob Morgan and< only be giving you the uptown departments receipt of proof 'of publication upon of to be paid off in two equal pay- be paid off In two equal payments
letting along as well as can: beexpected. *1 esda y afternoon where Mr. i and Mrs. William] name for what we know 'as the track down and provide cvit this notice the fictitious name of n ntl the first to become due on the first to become due on
Scales '
ofMrs. ;
Mrs.ferily nce''agaiiIst pickpocketS, Temple Tavern January 10, I960 and the second January 10, 1960, and the second on
large mouth black 'gyp and Cafe, under I
visited her father C. H. Keystone! Heights spent the week- bass the fellow which we are engaged in business in January 10, 1961 January 10 1961.
Mr." and Mrs. L. G. Powell and Walters, in the Sun Haven Nurs nd i at Daytona' Beach. ', who, considering his size,, is one artists and the 'dips as they are.'"' SJT $orth Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. The Board reserves the right torejt.'t The Efcard reserves the right to
Mrs.: of the : known by the police. Jacob any and all bids. reject any and all bids.OFFICIAL .
Mattie Gahagan were in ing home. : J.:W. Kin id-and Mrs. O. gamest 'of fish. How he General and Sarah Kurta sole owners OFFICIAL SEAL) ( SEAL)

Rock Hill. S. C. Wednesday to GARDEN RESTAtJRANT L. Bi asley' were visiting' Mr.' and loves to lurk near'' shore in the: Mr. London has many television Dated this Delivery 17th day, SUrke of Septem Fla. Charles A. Darby. Clerk Charles A. Darby Clerk.
Friday of last 'week shelter of'stumps appearances, to his credit, tod(has ber A. D. 1958 shut, 9-25 918t9-5!
( where: they I'lZZAL-to go-call then pick Mrs.Bead. C. P. Tison at Fernandina snags, and cypress I at Starke, Bradford V
!up.Mrs. County, Florida.
attended the funeral of a cousin ( bowls.; When''the angler been a'headliher at'leadixg theaters ---
: ,C. ,C. )}:cPJbn! of Miami over the'weekend.. ; 9-18 4t 13-9)
Ttfrs. Rebecca Jennings. Mrs. Ga- Crops his bait on this fellow hotels: and supper clubs. He
Diane
is spending Hardy underwent an you -
this week 'with her .
bagan 'went on to Bluff ton" S. C. sister Mrs. adenoid 'o'peratlon In will usually see a 'whirl of 'waterJIld caches his audience' the tricks of NOTICE TO DEFEND
Weldon. Alachua
Gladys .
to spend two weeks w1thher son "j* General Hospital if sizeable bass he will stir the trade, thus enabling them to Circuit Court; Bradford Conntf TfRWILLEGAR MOTORS
on Tuesday. Florida Ia .
Mrs. Henry, Stefane\i, presi- the better protect themselves from : rhamerj.Ca&e
daughter-in-law pi. up water ,
Mr. and Mrs. dent'c.f StEdward's' : rood, clean. fast and dependable as much as if you A"o. 12-615 ,
R.,'E. Gahagan.. Altar Society. heat dropped"'a concrete block"'off the pickpockets, con' men, and other Charles O.n Plantiff. vs. Elizabeth -
GO GAS! Gas
Mrs. S. L. attended' the Deanery Board met 'Costs less tankS I Empire State building into Hudson underworld. characters. NOTICE Nadine Ost Defendant Sales and
Peek. Sr. returned L lug i Jacksonville ; in Rent your : TO APPEAR FORD
Wednesday JastTThurs: ay.Mr. River. When'You this whirl London carries over $1,000 To Elizabeth
from four weeks'aca and tank from SlaJe. for low monthlyrental. see 1 : Nadine Oat whose
lrs. Jame Sullivan: worth of spe'cial: in'order residence and
don't'mak address
tionin. Asheville, N. C. the mistake 01 figuring equipment it: 410 West-
Mrs: H. B. and: family. spent'Monday and 4t 9-25 that Mr. Bass is about to'take' fo 'present His show,-which is end York Avenuepartm nt Xo. 16, New
Moye and Mrs. Wal- 'Mrs. J. D. DuPre and daughter City Xew York. SERVICE HEADQUARTERSFront
of ,
ter-Wood and 'son of Orlando are :Tuesday Iast'weekwith' relatives Nancy, 'were In: Orlando Wednesday your bait-Brother, nine :limes but said to be both amusing and' ,instructive for You are hereby notified' that a suit
in Barth TWs 'divorce has been filed
Monday: of ten he has ; against
'visiting Mr. and and :'already picked I it '
Mrs. Gilbert New-. and Thursday visiting"rela' yoM in the aboie named Court and
comb this week. .Tuesdaythey,spent on ;the tives.. '. 'w up and you had better 'take up C'.use and you are require to serve:
or i <>.c 1.a9ha I.Uver' In' The Scrub' the slack-if I'a tOPT'of your answer pleading to End: Alignments
you can find "any. Jack
For good, clean, fast and dependable Mrs] Ben: Rowland returned GARDEN RESTAURANT ,' E. Miller. 1,t-omplaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney ,, -. ,
' I .
would< that the I Martin J. Pearl .
say 102
PIZZA to Law
call black Exchange
heat ; then ,
'' GO GAS! Gas go pick up. : Is
Saturday from Company
twd"weeks :
Officer
yisiiwith t bass is Building, Jacksonville Z. Florida
caught best
costs less in tanks. Rent yourtank friends'and relatives Mr. and Mrs. William' Briscoe by casting. an: and tIle the 'orIginal in the office {Motor TuneupsS :
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in Tallahassee ]I- !
artificial bait on the water, In Cadet Qf, the Clerk .
from Slade'for low monthly ,and West 'FlO of 'Valdosta, Ga. were weekend! .Corp'sJack of- the Circuit Court "t IJ S
'ida. Brother t Starke, Florida
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Bassusually strike on or before the
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rental. 41-9-25 guests of'Mr. and Mrs. R. A.: L 20th J
day of October
M r. and Mrs. Prescott Gill and Colt rbait Instantly 1958; otherwise
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'Miss son. soon af te:r Edward Miller, of Mr. allegations of said ,Complaint will Motor Overhaul
son *
Jean
Mundy returned to .
.son. Buck, and :Tommy Gill, returned'Saturday j it hits. There are plenty of ,day be taken'as confessed by you. :
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her sophomore year 'tat BessieTlft fromHwo weeks Mr. and Mrs.' John Torode are when casting your 'bait within and Mrs ,G. F.: Miller of Starke, ThIs'nctke shall be published once "
attending; the Fall' : : has been appointed company com each week for four consecutive weeks
college Forsythe Ga. on visit with. friends'and relative I in meeting of the two or three inches o( .the shon in the Bradford County Telegraph1C Automatic Transmission Repairs
mander in .
Florida the Marion InstituteCorps
Wednesday.. Jennings. : Petroleum Marketers ''As Dated this 17th of S \ ,
La., San Antonio, Texas. will make the difference betweena ,day September.
sociation in Fort'Lauderdale from of .Cadets, Marion, Ala., for 1958.
Byron Newcomb is and :
unable to Montery Mexico. fish'dinner
; or a meal of black (OFFICIAL: SEAL)
.work- this, week after receiving a Mrs. E. B. Andrews of Lake: .Wednesday through :Fridav. eyed p ai Don't think when you! ,the school year, 1958-59. CHARLES A. DARBY, Undercoating:
GARDEN RESTAURANT Jack has attended Clerk of the Circuit
Marion for Court.
badly sprained ankle while playIng Butler was visiting, Mr. and Mrs. get the fish hooked 'he' is all By Dororthy W.
,rIZZA-to. go_ --,call,, .then pick three orevious years, and has been Eiland Deputy
baseball on Sunday. N. B. Rosier on Monday. j up.'Mr. yours._ This fellow, is i very smart Clerk.. .
f and Mrs. Curtis :a platoon leader Brake
A. Marlowe of the Band Adjustments
Mr. and and if 918] 4t 10-9 *
Mrs., W. R. Miller andson Miss Vida Jean Gentry left you will remember one
} Of Newberry will rent the'McKin .Company, which -
was selected
Sammy took their day for Macon, ,Ga., thing you will catch lots la
w iere more Court Of The
house at 'honor County
daughtethe ney Judge
607 St.
I Clair"street.hS company"! the battalion.Jack's .
Marcia, to Andrew will as*-and ttiat that' Bradford
enter Wesleyan College; that' is Mr. Bass County State of Florida.rn1 Window Glass
,Cuthbert Ga. over the weekend. She accompanied by ,her been occupied by the did, not jet big by being 'dumb. other honors include'theRifle deceased're the estate of' W. P. Smith Replaced
; Tack Clements who'are moving to t Team 1955-56) ; Expert Rifle"man : in Probate;
Marcia received a scholarship to: mother Mrs. J. L. Gentry, Douglas According to Rule 9 'of the'Flor- To AIL Whom It May Conceru: I
this school. Nolin, and Mrs. E. E. Henderson. San Antonio.; Texas" this weekend. Ida' 'Wild'Life Code you may'fish 1955-56; arid the American Notice. is hereby. given that Myra Welding
Mr. Marlowe Vocational Agricultural Legion Award for Outstanding Smith .Varitedoeand Felton Wajne *
Mrs. Effie Johns and son. Free W. M. Edwards" .of Gainesville is teacher at BHS.: In your County of Residence withas Rifleman 1955-56. Varnedoe flied their final report as

man were in Gainesville Friday spending several days "this week 'many is'three 'poles'and lines executors of the estate ofV.. P

end oh Wednesday' Mrs. Johns: with Mr. and Mrs:' J. M:: EdwardS.Mr. family M r. and of Ocala Mrs. J. P. Hazen and at one time' without license. figuring'""mullet as not edible. I Smith their petition deceased for; that final they discharge filed, Tailor-Made Seat Covers

r visited Mrs. T. Z. Massey in Lake and Mrs. W. H. ,Thomsonand afternoon", visitors were Sunday Most of you know this but did you sure am going to try one if and that they will apply to the Hon

? Butler. family of Monticello ;wi1l M.' F.5 Ha2en. of Mr. and Mrs. know the same rule prohibIts'the ever leaps' in the boat. Judge orable of Theron Bradford A. County Yawn Florida County

GARDEN RESTAURANT spend the weekend with Mr. and GARDEN RESTAURANT use of any type of artificial bait Congratulations to R. E. Jones on the 15 day of' October, 1958, for Have Your Car Checked
Mrs. E. F. on these poles? You for approvel of same and for final din By
Stump. bream
PIZZA-to go-rail then pick up.L PIZZAL-to; : : go: -call then pick ,bug winning the Grand Prize in charge as executors of the
estate of
.' M r. and Mrs. Fred up anglers better be sure and havea the men's \V. P.
Guy and Mrs. Lawrencev division of the recent: Smith deceased, on this 16

IIhou se guests of Gainesville spent Jacksonville< has spent,Thompson the past,of fishing license with you. even Clay ,County fishing contest with day"<.....of smtth;September Varnedoe, 1958 FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS

the weekend at the Adkins cottage ten clays with Mr. and Mrs. Logan in your hcme county. an 11 lb., 13'oz. bass.. varnedoe Excutors of the and estate Felton of
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on Kingsley Lake. Jane and JimBa o. When the northeast wind will W. P. Smith, deceased.

my Guy were visiting their grandi d4n. let you fish it, you will find some In Circuit NOTICE TO DEFEND 9-18 4t 10-%. ... check with Clyde Terwillegar
FloridaTHEATRE arvin Brown and Steve and I Coort. Bradford. Count, :
mother Mrs. A. Z. Adkins intown Ir nice bass in the St. Johns Rivernorth Florida In Chancery.
(
over the weekend. Joe-< Hafdin, \ left' Sunday for Murray r of Palatka this time of Irene H. Clark. PLaintiff, vs. W 11- The Board ALL of FOR County BIDS Y for your New Ford or A-I Used
Ham Commls-!
State Buchanan
College, Ky. Clark. Defendant.
loners
Ask of Bradford
GARDEN year. County
RESTAURANT anybody there where Case No. 12-628 will Florida, Car.
: ]Mrs. Louise".Jeffords and Mrs. Warner's : NOTICE TO receive sealed bids at 10:00
I 1)IZZA-to go-call'then pick up. Ccve or Federal Point APPEAR o'clock on the morning of
October
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were Roy Springs Jeffords"anc children of High Is and go chunking that bait. The I residence To: William and'Buchanan. address Clark fa: General whose 6, 1958, in the courthouse for the I_

in'Fernandina were Sunday guests of r river this ,time of is Delivery. Patterson, New '
on Sunday visiting: year also full 1 Jersery
I. Mr.. and Mrs. George You ,.. .. .
Mrs. J. R. Husizins. of mullet and they make are notified that a suit for S : "' ,'. f. .
.
I Hardee Sr. a
;For pretty divorce, '('are and
good, clean. fast. and dependable custody of minor
Mrs. D. W. Carpenter and Mrs. I sight as they leap out of the water children has been filed against
SAT. SEPT 20 heat GO GAS! Gas by the dozens. you in the above named I
Dolph Reddish
and ,
children -
J'isited costs fcss Court and cause and I .
DOUBLE FEATURE In tanks. Rent you are required -
your These
Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and tank from mullet are reported to be \ to serve a copy of your answer -
Slade for low monthly: not very edible. I have or pleading; to the complaint on
fgmily in Jacksonville on Sund ,. a hard time
ay 4he' Plaintiff
t' FW4ING( 'Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews and rental. 4t-9-25 Attorney' Gregory J. '
Here
1- and 1965 !1j.
family! cf Wesconnett were Sunday Veterans 'a .4 now new

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. ,O. May r-
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: 'FRONTIER- Dansby. Resume Schooling r1i Ii

3 Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis and .
.t Under GI Bill
family spent the past three weeks ,.- .
1 JIdwt .,' vacationing in v i P'HI!

..R's._furo.ReI..2"'t"tnI..l.: .:' and South Florida.Asheville N. C. < yeterans their who control, for, had reasons to interrupt beyond LC04

Mrs. ,Del Colley and daughters, their training under the Korean -

AND Barbara' and Jackie' and Mrs. GI Bill more than one yearago :t'

P alsy Ferryman visited Mr. and I ) may now re-enter training
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,, Mrs.:: A. },t. Mooref 'Blackshear,, under: a new ruling by the Veterans -

,G a. ,on 'Sunday; Administration. '

For rood/clean, fast, and dependable '

Acc pted'reasonS for the interruption -' .
heat vGO:GAS! Gas I are: FRI., SAT. ONLY! PREDICTATVWORLD'S

costs. 'less'in tanks. Rent your 1.'Immediate family or financial A ,

tank from Slade for low monthly r obligations' beyond his control, requiring --

rental. 41-9-25 suspended training to accept -. j !

J pro and Mrs. James Chace of r employment. Shoppprtunity Weekend ,

''h.* C Gainesville 'were S nday visitorsof 2. Personal or family illness. r' ," flTlSi I "

Mrs, Etta Hoover. or 3eath in immediate'lamny. ,

Plus "P.op "im Pop" CartoonBfSTMcfUREOFTHEYEAR Mrs. L. D. Green is visiting her ;3. 'Allowable 12 'month period 7 Is.; EMI-TLAT

daughter, Mrs.' Willard Pass in during whJc.h: i raining can Jbe !sus- HOSIER'YZT fiiric$4.

'SU .. tQN. TUES. WE-D. Tallahassee, who is confined in p ended without: VA approval, ended PICTURE '
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a hospital there. during a vacation, :! f.. .
recess,
or Ir t : CS. r i TUBE
"Sept.121 .
22, 23, 24 ,
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Mr. and other .
Mrs.
i J. E. Powell and period during which it was '
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son, John of Jacksonville, Mr. not, possible jto re-enter school, / t1_

t and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and 4. Unavoidable" conditions 1s-.arising Vr :: SA'LEIRewar I 11 4 7WWI( tt 1 R WORLD'S

Winne /Ai-adfmy Awards'T daughter Martha Jane of Lake in connection with employ .
FIRST
City and Mrs. and Mrs. I. 1m ent. "* :

I Schexnayder of New Orleans, La.: Based on records available, all: 1:1,4.: SWIVEL-

were Wednesday visitors of M'I possible past trainees now in an price 1.65 i1tLdr

C. A. Knight. interrupted' 'statuS and, wh.o have I I %L SCRWJTABLE
Archie Green Margaret Rose not exhauIstd'tl eir eligttjilty will 5. : _. '- 'r ,

Duncan, Burge Sea ing. be sent an applicatiori'for use' in \\I; : ; SALE' PRICE 75c S S :e1 p S \ TVBUILrrU S
Gerr'e ?: 'SI" ,
Gibson, Patricia Tellum. notifying the St Petersburg VA ,, ,, : -
C11EMAQt' C ,
t a. .AC AM-.'tCSL..:.... .; 'clUetlO. $, Goldwire. and Tommy Dyal reGARDES' : Regional Office ,of "iiitenUon to l''" "$" .0. : \ -L: .
>* AAJ
0 t
: .Q %
resumS
RESTAURANT_ training. N .
Plus "No Ifs Ands or Buts" 0 Since this will take Regular : i5IELE.ScOPIc 'I'
1"1zz.\to gO-eall'theii: pick u p. considerabletime 'F priceSALEPR1CE75c 1:35 L
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Cartoon. among {those attending g Orienta. veterans desiring, to reentertraining k ._4 PIVC1rmJtJA
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tion' Week at U. of F. this week.] this fall are urged to
Shows ,at 2, 5, and 8 P.M. contact 'the' Offi i : .
Mr: and 'Mrs. E.: L., Matthewsand : Regional e immediately

ADMISSIONS daughters. Mary Agnes. Anne or call the nearest VA-

Matinee-and Evening and Betsy, Sen. and Mrs. CharleyE. office for 'assistance in preparing. ? '#.a'ii- 1-, iLCAB1P4Er

Adults' 0_--1__I_ 75c Johns Mrs. W. E. Middleton, -a training- application i 1.1.5 E- E : .

"Children. 25c. and Bobby Ferguson' attended a lit! egular pnce S : OIJLY

"Tax Included J J. V. Saxon 4 h. ... S
meeting of the 6th District.: Sets 8H HIGHtLUSTER '

I Florida Press Association' in Cedar Record For Votes hi:1 SALE PRICE The

Thur&, Fri. Sept. 25, 26. key list Saturday aft r 100n. Levy :I wiI

County officials were hosts to the i In Dade ,Campaign -n -

,BIG EXCITDCKI! newspaper' and legislative 1 '
THIS YEAR'S group l
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_. .' [ df rd.GoUIlty, JWends will toe FRDWT
i '*' at a, fish fry 'in the Cedar Key. RejpicAO
..- .s municinal park.. 0 interested in 'reports'1.of the landslide SoUJD'\ YEARS-AHEAD COm-PDlS
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GARDEN RESTAURANTPIZZAUo victory of a former HamptonresidentfH.

ANTHONYPERKINS gp- rail then pick c p.1 .'ya1 Saxon, in his ioNT TV j'
: SALE FBKE our SLLPE- UT CHASSIS ;
Mr And' Mrs. Purvis1Hazen, and recent race for" "re-election as 'r., .- 7Sc.: \ '

\\:1 Mrs*. W SilvernaiC i 'all oJ'-ac Ia. Dade County Commissioner. TV TODAY..FROM THE WORLD OF TOMORROW :{$

; : SIIVANAMAN6ANO Mrs. T.:, E. Duncan, and Mr. and Ijow a resident of Pompano r--("I: I .1.J4.jL .H a... j.....*-. 4 t-*._ 0: _-
: Saxon probably set "an election Reg. 75c "Red Fox" It's here from Philco! Fresh from the pages :
1&\ .t. Mrs. :W.Ubur fecot of' Gainesville, St\\! Pie of the future
here's"TV
that's exciting different
f viSited stark O record in Dade County when I he t : UP TO $100
jn over the week- i '
distinctive.
It
< "carried all"but'three of the brings you sweeping
RICHARD end'clue to the illness of 'theiruncle. coun- Reg. 75c "Spicetone" sp1Reg. 5'O.
rj
iiI]. ty's 102'pr' cinctS. Saxon's advances in picture tube and chassis design
victory .
,,:itCONTE. L J. Wynn who is in Bradford "is f f f.* "* to match its yean-ahead styling. New Pbifco TRADE_IN
atfrttwted
,,. 0 0. to the fact .
,.' County Hospital. 75c 'iCinnamQn"! Salp Prjce SF (semi-flat) tulC:) Tflnches slimmer than
-a' that he the Dade
,. I ,I JO'VAN 'Mr. and )frs.'J. T. Quigley and was only Com- f's 4 I others. Philco's compact! PredicU chassis is C
TECHNIRAMA ", .S FLEETANGRY Mrs. missioner voting against a garbage the most space.savingin all TV. PHIL.=O 4242 Swivel ,?.? nbQ| TV ,

QiMCWR6 .Jennie TJiornguest.were! franchise that was apparently '-- >Co... .-.. '-'d ..... ._...... ..... -.- '
business visitors .to Gainesville
unpopular with the people. InftgstperlnirtheIr'"approvalbT"


'THIS'; i last Mr.Thursday.arid Mrs. Eric Moore of on's position, 'theygave- him Sax 12-- Q'TUMn'L1 C. HJ NASWORTHY --

w Froxtoa. Ga. spent the' weekend 605 PHILCO DEALER
ULi1 { votes, more than the combinedtotal \
AGE with'their aUghteT Mrs.Jra'Har- '
UIIIEUII of alT' fhree ''of his Democratic ? s _
IOJC1,( t"*. ris 'and familyOAftDEN'TtESTAURANT,
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---- '-- opponents, and assuring-him.

.. .. ... ; a First .Primary victory. DEPARTMEff STORE 310 EAST CALL ST. STARKE F.LA.
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Plus PIZZA 4o go call then pick up. 'i ; -=. ,
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"Dustcap
Doormat"toOn.
car. ( A.*
,Mrs: Lema Henry ,and Mr. i d THE RlGHt1 rOll'tT..OI'' Ow "

'S Mrs. Gene Norman of Jaeksonvwd way yon write. Come>> te and ilk E. CALL ST. PHONE WO2651 o ... We Give Profit-Sharing Coupons'J1JURSD.

were Sunday: .fiiests" :\ yOur favorite "ESTKZBKOOHTK ,
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.uiu.I ; Mrs. LU. Henry. ain .. QGBAFB '
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PAdK RtiC BSADFQRD COUNT TELEGRAPH. S1ARKE. FLORIDA
THUB5DAY, SEPT. 18. 1958:

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Rotarians Hear Wesley R. Cook Band Will Sponsor C/fy/ Rites ed.-5---- -- -.5------
ExpectsTax Sunday Drivers Have
Defense Explained; Rites Are Held Second Fish Fry BUS Opens Since the courthouse 'iii be
For H. E. Stokes Only 10 Days Left Sept. 30
See closed en Tuesday, [due
Magician Sunday AfternoonWesley For Uniform MillageTo
FundThe At BrookerHorace To Get LicensesDrivers to the Second Primary being heldon

Randy Pearson of 'the Southern Robert Cook, 77, of Bradford High School Band Stay PutTax I Friday Night that date! Judge Yawn urges

Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., tarke. died Friday, Sept. 12:"Th will stage another fish fry at the I Ellard Stokes, 63, died' have only 10 days left everyone wanting a license to
interestIng Friday, Sept. 12, as the result of come in not later than Monday< ,
St. Augustine,
gave an 195859licenses
i which to obtain their
a local hospital after an illness ot athletic field in
and reassuring talk at the Friday, Sept. :26, (Continued from Page 1)) a heart attack. Born in Black- Sept. 29.License.
several days. Born m millage for Starke will re- and County Judge T. A.
Jasper starting at 6
m. Purpose of
I p shear, Ga. cn Jan. 5 1895 costs are the
Rotary Club Wednesday on communications them he same as
ing department.
ain the for Yawn is not watching
County, Georgia, Apr. 30, 1881, same the coming afraid they're
event is to raise to was the son of the late John Wesley in previous years: $1.25 for
as related to the money help Up front, the returning veterans operators
he was a retired carpenter and ears by vote of City Council at l the calendar like they shouldbe.
natinal defense I meet a $900 due the and Martha Dixon Stokes. In and restricted operators.
program. was employed by the A. C. L. payment on ts regular meeting Tuesday night.. are center Calvin Pace, guard and
new uniforms In November James Thomas, tackles Tom Stall- recent years he had been. employed $2.25 for chauffeurs. After Sept.
The speaker described the elab- Railroad for many years. I and Taxes last year were 15 mills. | So far, business at the license
orate warning system that encircles the band members hope to dupli- ings 'and Randy Johns, and ends as a carpenter by the Florida 30, aU licenses will be delinquent
Surviving: are two sons, Howard Another important item of desk set up in the corridor of the
State Road of
fee
the and that cate their success of last I Henry Hall and Jim Hobbs. Department in Gain and an additional $1 vim
country assures spnng
Cook, Starke, and James Carlton business was dicussion of 'the revision -, esville. courthouse hall, has been slow.
when more than $400 was cleared Pace adds to'the be charged.
the United 'Slates'will not againbe Cook Waycross, Ga., and a daughter of the ocupatlcnal license plenty of weight Besides his In order to avoid a last minute
on a fish fry. i wife Alberta Lewis Licenses sale during
taken by' surprise with an Mrs. Frances I. Hearne, Atlanta irdinance. Copies are to' be made Tornadoes' center line as he Stokes, he is j jam-up and the inconvenience of are on the

enemy attack such as Pearl Har Ga.Funeral. Tickets will be $1 for adults for all councilmen and the revisions carries 230 pounds around the I I daughters Mrs.survived by four long waiting lines, Judge Yawn regular courthouse hours of 8:30:
bor. He said that he has confidence I and 50 cents for children, and the I Mildred Martin,
will finally be at gridiron, exclusive of drivers in to 5 Monday through Friday.
services were held in made uniform: Miami; Mrs. Wilma urges to come now and
that its warning system will Pine Level Baptist Church Sun- public is urged to support this 1 special meeting to be called for weight. But at that, he isn't the: scnville: Mrs. Jewell Fipps Keedwell, Jack- I while service is fast and uncrowd- from 8:30: to noon on Saturdays

give counteract the U. S. necessary time to day afternoon at 3 o'clock with event. the purpose. The present ordinance largest Tornado. Ed King, a junior Brockton, Mass.; and Miss Ruby,

and make massive retaliation Rev. W. E. Hall officiating.The is seven years old. i tips the scales at 235 and Stokes, Brooker
against any enemy who Chief Issues hell cavort from a tackle slot. ; six sons, Eury Scriptures by Jack I In l :inI
TlieCiviitg _
body was taken to Chula, Council also voted to buy a gas P. Stokes, Starke; Leroy Stokes
attacks. He was introduced by H.
A. Bishop Jr. Ga. Monday mornHg where graveside Warning tank and pump for high test gas King isn't a letterman, but may Dundee; Dewey Stokes, Jacksonville I Opposing Symbols J JI'HE
push himself into the starting defensive )
rites were held in Mt. Zion to be used especially fcr police ; Rudolph Stokes Alachua

On Wednesday of last week the Cemetery. About Vandalism ars and the lire trucks. The city unit.Fullback and Nunior and Donald Stokes;,

Rotarians' were highly entertained already owns a pump and tank is the Tone Tornado both of Brooker; five brothers, TKEE.OMAHWHATrSfiOOD'.AVDWWT

with a program of magic presented Acting Chief Ben Holtzendort f or regular gas used in heavier spot without any experienced Bert Stokes, Starke; Gent Stokes

by Bill Cheek of Jacksonville status indulging in magic only asa has issued a warning to vandals .equipment. Mileage charts will hands. Spanky McLendon and Erooker; Lewis Stokes cT b, %
DouglasGa. '
a representative of Lederle hobby, but he ranks right with who are defacing signs in the b e kept on all city vehicles when Glen Moore, a pair of juniors, are .; Plank Stokes, Hawthorne ; V \l /" TQ jta JU1L'AIz OF TMEEJT _._-

Laboratories. He mixed fun with the professionals in ability. He county. He said some of the signs tanks are filled so that gas mileage battling sophomores Marion Cottle and Lonnie Parker, Brooker two; : -N.. ?' -. tE MERCLD1.z -

his magic and kept the club in was introduced by R. E. Edmondson are state property and some be- for each vehicle can be accurately and Sam Gardner for the starting sisters, Mrs. Toris Johnson; Alma -. :::: _.5 p1 \ -: WK kUM.V WrN

amused bemusement for 20 min who had charge of the pro- long to the county. "The fine determined. berth. Ga.. and Mrs. .---... .--.--- '44. _THY 600VMaNU
Linnie '
Parker -- r .i -
utes. Mr. Cheek has amateur gram. could be up to $500 for the offense .-. --------------
his .
Although many of 1957 stars --- -
Gainesville =
," he said. Thursday the council will meet ; 23 grandchildren and -i
L- with officials of the natural gas have departed Coach Register is three great grandchildren. :::-i---
Friday night the mobile X-ray
proud to reveal that Tornado
Company who expect to start on Funeral services
were held Sun
belonging to the State : morale was never better as the
p thoard eir
installations in the County day afternoon at 3 o'clock in
of Health and parked on boys are raring to take on Mac-
St. was sprayed withed very soon. clenny at Bradford Park. Rock Primitive Baptist Church 1

paint. One of the new school City Clerk Carl Johns showed L near Brooker with Rev. Harry ;

was also defaced. he council literature on a new Eddy, Rev. Herman Moody, and

r's Another matter that Holtzen- type: sewer lift station, which according Cars Set Afire Rev. John E. Harris officiating.

orf warned about was the shoot to engineers of Reynolds, Burial was in the church cemetery -

I ng off of repeat bombs. "It &I Smith & Hill could save the city By Pranksters under the direction of De-

i to sell these," he warned. about $5,000. This firm has approved Witt C. Jones Funeral Home.

bomb is made up of five: the new lift and recom: Police Believe

FRIDAY SATURDAY SEPT. 19,20 attached to a base of wood mended it for installation of the Billy Graham

and when it was set off in Sraa ewer; extension which they have Fires believed to have been set Movie Is

toga Heights at midnight Sept. 9, designed for the city extension. by boy pranksters en bicycles BookedAt

H aroused the neighborhood. The Among other items of business damaged automobiles belongingto Hampton ChurchThe '

"bomb" is manufactured \toy the were the agreement to sell the Raymond Harper and W. D. ''I ':'
old Addressograph which has : Hampton Baptist Church 4?
J '- United Fireworks Mfg. of Dayton recently Adams, employees of Wmn-Dixie
ri Men's Long Sleeve Onio. Sellers of the fireworks; been replaced, cleaning of r food store. late Tuesday afternoon. will show the new Billy Graham

and those shooting them 6TT Tire l lots and requests for removal of[ The fire in Harper's: car, a Mercury movie, "The Heart Is A Kebel t .'.

.Lj.: both liable to stiff fines. cak trees, and the removal of: was discovered first and the on Sunday, Sept. 21, at 8: p.m. Ii.itii&i1

Sport Shirts tumps and repair of sidewalk at Fire Department called. After the Tnis religious film is a story ot .

old Register lot on Thompson St. firemen arrived someone reported i the life of an advertising man, &

All councilmen were present except that "another car is burning the who struggles to find a place in

T Values I, Councilman Chitty. fame way on the west side of the: his way of life for the acceptanceof

/ To 3.93 \; building." Christian living by his wile. Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church
c'I Cake In the "real iTfe": story, Georgia
Decorating The firemen
several
found I I
S Lee arid John Milford play the --.
wc Classes Planned matches cf the large-size wooden roles of 'the young couple, and

type lying on the seats of the car, Jane Withers makes a guest appearance Sell It Rent It Trade It

IL'k An organizational meeting of and bicycle tracks were seen around as a salesgirl in a toy'

.i4c9v9. 0 adults In this area Interesred in Adams' car on the westside department.

: 'irj, learning how to decorate cakes i.''I. of the building. It was reported Ethel Waters, plays the part ota \ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

will be held at the high school that two boys on bicycles had: practical nurse who sets an example WITH

.1 Home teen seen "messing around" the by her faith in God. She '
Economics Department t, outside of the store but 1
no one'
SPECIAL sings "His Eye is on the Spar-i 20 WORDS OR LESS One tmnrrttam (MI.I.... _
.
Thursday. 25 Charge) .,.
Sept. at 7:30 paid particular attention to them.
P p.m. rcw" and "Motherless Child." EACH:: ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 __. ____ 4e ,
y' I Teacher for ----- Per w. .
the u
class will be Mrs.
Harper's t
I car was damaged to'
; SELECTION This is a movie that the whole 20% DISCOUNT 0V REPEAT I.\SERTIO\S SAME AD
Jessie Young, who studied the art the extent of about $150. with
a family will enjoy. IV ADDITIONAL FOR BLIMI ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IWCLASSIFIED ADVANMIL
:. extensively in Jacksonville during, large hole burned in the seat, the
.
v4' the past DISPLAY ------------- "I.:3 Per lurk First la.ertlo
year. *
see glove compartment burned out
I your Social Security 11.00 PER I\CH FOR 84MB AD REPEATED O\B OR MOHM TIM
The cake decorating course will and the windshield cracked from; :

be divided into three or more sec heat. Adams' car had a hole "a- Information HereA CARDS OF THANK (Vp T. 50 Word) ---------- _____ UM
._ O\'. R 60 tvonns
DOCTOR tions. However ---------hh.4 Oats Per Word
one registration bout as big as, a hat" burned. in

Girls'Y fee will cover the entire course, the seat. representative of the Gainesville MEMORIALS AND! RESOLUTION ----'-------____ 4 Ceafs Pe. W.,.

,, according to L. H. Gibson, Adult Social Security Office will .

S Neglected sneezes and Education director. Materials for I ISewing Class be in Starke at the court room ot HOUSE FOR RENT-4 room un i I LOST--Tuesday in front of Winn-

sniffles may lead to some- the course will be furniSRKT the court house at 9:30: a.m., on furnished. Farmers Mkt. Available i. Dixie 2 yr. old Red Boxei named
by
:Sept.: 2!. Apply El Rancho }Motel.I Ioto."
SCHOOLDRESSES thing serious. Best plan is !. the students. All details will be Being OrganizedThe Thursday, Sept. 25, for the pur- ltchg tag. Reward Choke, Call chainand Steadman rabies, at

to .see your doctor right dscussed! at the organizational pose of conducting social security lytkp Oeneva Trailer Park. Up
follow his Bradford County Adult Education I- business. FOR RENT-Small furnished cot-
away-and experienced meeting, Mr. Gibson stated, although FOR
Program will a tage suitable for couple. Call Mrs. RENT Available Oct. I, new
counsel. registrations may be madeat I sponsor Persons desiring to make application L. D. Vining, WO 4-0971.: ltchg 2 bedroom, nicely furnished house
Another sound idea: any time at the Adult Education class in sewing under the dire for social security retire- loud neighborhood. Adults. Apply

/ doctor's Office in the USO 'bOMing.Post tion of Miss Betty Gilmore, high ment or survivors benefits, secure WANTED Employment all or Mrs.I'hont'0 E. P. 4-5744.Renner 633 McMahon,
bring pre-
your tf-chg
school vocatToffal home economics part HOle by retired Peace officer.
'
//iPY/11n\/ to this Reliable social security account numbers, Reliable and bondable in driving
scriptions teacher, according to 1... H. Gibson, FOR RENT-r bedroom nicely fur-
". \ or get any other social security distance of Starke. Write P. O. Box
4no 4 .s pharmacy. Here, you reassured Will Host nished hoube. Couple Only. Contact
.I !! Adult Education director. An organizational ] 63 X. Up
> !\tl \
information invited to
.. .... are see Gladys Harrington, 513 E. Wash-
/ .
.
: precise
,
/1 prompt .
I 70 / ,'t \ ... I Fla. Commander meeting for the sewing the representative at the time of ir.l'thnt.:: Saturday or Sunday Up
f r t compounding at prices Jut about old oat of farm, home
I 3., class will be held in
the new
...,. his visit. and lot. We BUS! good luting .QST-Light blue parrakeet vicinity -
f: that are always fair. (Continued' from Page 1)) home economics department ot OR farm, acreage, komr ..01 lot*. N. Broadway and West Call.

BHS, Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7:30 \110 on lake'. properties and bu i- ('all WO 8-20SI ttchgPARK
nee \\ are eoaitaatl hat lag
?
buttons
will
: be
Sizes" 4 lo 14 presented to all p.m. cull, for good propertim at the
YOUR IMPRINT HEREFLYNN'S new members, and they are especially Registrations for the sewing W.C.T.U. right prlre. If jour property Isfor WOOD
to attend. sale let ate hear from yoa Immediately
.and8tbl4 1' urged class may be made at the usa SUBDIVISIONEXCLUSIVE

Occasion for the celebration is building at any time, Mr. Gibson,
) "TilE DRINKING CHURCH
in sub-tccn attainment by the Post of 100 percent stated. Adults interested in this WALL REALTY
MEMBER GREATLY HEARTENS -
\ \ membership for the year class are urged to- contact :Miss REGISTERED BROKER NEW HOMES
t1 1959. Around 200 members and TIlE LIQUOR INTER 337 X. Ualaut Ph. WO 4-0091
Gilmore as soon as possible. The ESTS." SUrhe, Florida "DISTINCTIVE DESIGN'CLOftl.tG
Ir guests are expected to attend. i initial class will be limited to :20
Commander I (NATIONAL VOICE) FOR SALE 2 lots 50 x 100 on Orange COST FREE
Cooper is from: members. ON ALL HOLD
and Adkins St Cheap. O. E.
GraceviUe and was elected as Department Geiger. 501 N. Orange St. Starke. OVER THIS WEEKEND
fNTIL MONDAY
!
Commander at the Leg- Itp

ion convention in Lakeland in TERRIER and Chihauhua mixed FOR COMPLETEIMOKMATION

DRUG May. He was supported by the SHOPPORTUNITY SPECIAL! puppies for sale. I 1miles from
STOREPhone Starke on New Blanding Hiwajr.
SEE
BARKSDALE'SU local Post 56 in his campaign. S
)'1''' Nancy QllpRnn Itrlig-

WHILE FLORIDA REALTY CO.
FOR RENT or Sale-'3 bedroom fur- Ill X. WALNUT
WO 9-2651 Mayor Draws \ THEY nished house with modern cnvenl- PHONE WOI-Stl
enc s on River. Located 10 miles
Protest West of Starke hwy 100. Contacl
Letter
I II LAST ORBLDG. -
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GROUP Harold j Shiver at hnuse Up

:i: __ (Continued from Page 1)) FOR RENT-Furnished first flow If I SUPPLIES
SOI E. CALL ST.
apartments. Close in desirable lo
were later arrested at their homesin 7 PIECE cation. All conveniences.: W. H PHONE WOl-tllt
THEATRE Reno. Xollm n. 22S W. Madson St. tfchg,

STARKEft At: the trial the Negroes said FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart FOk fence HALJo-Penta posts. 4 miles process North on treated 301

I ; they stopped at herbs because an- Llmo ;' ment. Large living room dining Jreen & Hakken Post Co. trcbC
( room and kitchen. Gas heat. Telephone
other place where they usually Inbtalled. Call WO4-4561. 429 VE HAVE a new loan program for
\ obtained sandwiches, was closed \V Jf.ff.TMMi t' tf.he
farmers. Loam of 1 to S years
v" and a young Negro girl in their for the entire credit require.
ments of the farmer and hit fam
..' ..... .. car asked them to stop at Herbs >EW HOMES IX STAKKE ily. Gainesville Production Credit'
'q'T ,. stating that she could get a sand- 1--Double Dresser AssocIatIon CO rtorth Main.
:: Ic :1' -'. ..- S I Come In today and make your se GaInesville Fla. tfcbjf
.:: "' .... ; wich there. I*one of the others lection. They vary in size, design,
.5 -. wanted service, they said. 1-Chest appliances colors. They are to be: RADIOS REPAIREDAll
: ,. : finished In. colors to make them; Make AU ..dela
SUN., MON., TUES., WED. A Telegraph reporter attendedthe pleasing and attractive. Built tfcpe- teaieaahle Charges gaaraaUMSHEPHERD'S
S > S
S : trials and, at the time, the Bookcase Bed caw daily for Florida conditions and I RADIO TV
.
., ks't. Sept. 21, 22, 23, 24 defendants were asked if modern living. Own one of these lamaa Ureea OwaerJJ6
S : any bright and attractive homes now Vf. Call M. Phoae \VO4-4tfl
b .. white man or .boys had used profane 1--InnerspringMattress while you have a variety to select t Slarkt. Fla.

BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR' language or if .had visit- from. a
any
ALL FOR THE FOR SALE-14 in x 11 ft. steel
Winner /Academy Awards' ed Reno following the incident. FLORIDA REALTY CO.. culvert pipe S1.25 ft. ALSQ Build.
... ,: I J_ create a disturbance. or 8TABKEIK ing lots for sale la S..JIth Oats
VERY LOW N. WalaBt 8b Trf. WO f.UtiFOP. I Subdivision. Low down payment.
Upon testimony one defendant 1-Box Spring Low monthly payments BILLY
,that a white boy had used JACKHOV. Phae WO4-4M1 c!> Cea-
COST OF SALE Frame house, deep tral Truck Lines. tfchg
profane language he was askedto 2 Foam Rubber S well, one acre of land on school .-
the -- bus and church route. John 1. War-
identify offender .from ONE BEDROOM furnished ap"artmtnts -
ren. Bni 820. Starke.
Zip 5-Il
RIVlR KWVICMMA among those present as witnesses.He S for rent. Phone W04-4011. W.
J Pillows FOR RENT-Two bedroom, T. Jatkhon\ tfchr
looked around the court room unfur. ,
.' S ( .A $AM t COC IE6CL>TtCMCOI.O'" OOUCTOM but said be coula not identify the 95 nice nlahed yard.house David oil circulator H. Montgomery heater, GENUINE ENGRAVEDveddin* Invitations

S A COLOMBO PICTUM S one cursing. The defendants also 1000 Powell St. 2 streets on left off] with double envelopes 10ft
Col for $21.15. Bradford '
ley Road Cour
Ztp '-! : testified that no person or 194 graph
group No tf
Plus "No Ifs Ands Carrying
;? :;;-S or Buts".t ,::: visited Reno after the incident. FOR RENT-Newly decorated two
Cartoon. < : bedroom house with I FOR SALE
carporte and
: USED
; : A white witness testified that
.S.t : h. .'. -' a large utility room. Furnished-Part- Building Supplies. Ui.d lumber of
:; '11"... Shows at 2. 5, and 8 P.M.. .- "-.*"',.,."'.; grojp of boys went to Reno after ChargeWe ly FurnUhed-or Unfurnished. Adults; all type.. windows, doe,., Plumbing
: or with infant child. 723 N. Thomp- used tin roofing Vied CYpresS
the affair, But with the
purposeof IOn St. Itchg benches, ideal for any outdoor Use
S .S S ADMISSIONS ; ".; 5- Identifying the car that had : sue per ft, 8 to U ft. lonl' Phone
%. i 5 FISH PA IT-Day or night. Earth W04-4011. W. T. Jackson Transfer
5 Matinee and t' stopped at the Drive In: ,
'. do Central Truck
Worms
't", and Wigglers Minnow 33: Line. tfchg
T. Adults ________-----S 75c '-t .::1 SS In commenting on receipt of Give S&H Green Stamps and W Pratt: !Sr :Zip 11-%
.L .. .. ., .-.. the FOR SALE: bedroom
.
'-k: ,.- :,: Children _____________ 25c : : anonymous letter, Mayor RETIRED SAW FILEPWantlwork block furnished or unfured CODcrete
: : : Jackson declared that the verdictin Shopportunity Profit-Sharing Coupons at home. House No. 4 $:an.fords on approximately 20 hoube
:'f' trial must Trailer Court PaUtka HC!. Gaines, day WO C-1; L.
.5 1 Tax Included a. depend upon the ItpZi] 4-lItn. WO
testimony of the "witnesses present tfchg
lie FOR RENT-By Oct. 1 unfurnished THREE BEDROOM
said that if the writerof HOME
I bedroom 1 I-! bath home at for rent
307
on Lafayette
the letter had information that HART FURNITURE CO Keystone Lake $Iii per mo. Also EV 8-IJOU St. Call Jacksonville -
bedroom -_ tfchr
was important the conduct of furnished home on -
Spring Lake. Phone evenings. Key- WAXTED-Experlenced
he trial it his route ..
was or her duty to ntfn Heights ?? Hart
-- -.7" o7- :::====___o= -- ___ present himself or herself as a 123 E. Call St. niture. 12* R Pan St. Fur-
-
-:: === witness. STARKE, FOR RENT-Tottag* at KinK!ly Itch;:
S FLORIDAI Lake. Partly furnished. Mrs. Pauline FOR REST-: bedroom

Torode, LE S-W, 2tchz 11-: houAle. 1nQU1lt at Bu t&unturalahed on. 1tch





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,4




KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA




STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1958
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Council ApprovesNew VYYYYYYYYTYYYYYTYYWVf TT

I .
Roof For yz. .

Mary K. Shacffcr CAP BuildingA HOOK a 1fI \ j MELROSEBy


Mobile .nay Unit Keystone Library Corner 4r new roof for the CAP cadet !kw Joyce and Marty RolhhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
'N LINE
To Be Here Oct 9, 10 Are ycu tired of T. V.? We ;P 13k' headquarters building at Keystone

On Thursday, Oct. 9, and Friday, realize that, infuriating as they Airpark was authorized at Sept. 9 i .
Oct. 10, Mobile T. commercials the life- I' The first Cub Pack (1109)) meeting
a B. X-Ray arc are meeting of the Keystone Height; .
Unit will be in Keystone Heightssomewhere blood of televis'on.'' If you want ) Town Council. The action was I .r. of the year will be held Fri-

in the vicinity of tc avoid them why not read? sw taken at the request of A. F. Sullivan Mrs. Constance Barnhill of day. Sept. 19 at 7:30: p. m. instead

the Post Office-for everyone to Acccidmg tc Dr. Ordway Teac., ii + representing the Civil Air Barnhil's Fishing Camp on Lake of Sept. 12 as was orginally plan
avail himself of its services. Everyone Editor at Harper & Brothers, Patrol: Santa Fe reports that fishing has I ned. It will be held at the Parish

over 18 is eligitle. Remember, "Reading is fun an abiding joy Upon motion cf Councilman G. been fair. Good messes of bream j House. Cqbs, prospective Cubs and

tuberculosis is curable, if detected (t can minister to any mood it E. Wiggins. Councilman Fred were caught by the weekend cabin 'their parents are invited Refreshments '
In the early stages and it only ;an encourage and hearten: it S guests, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Clelland will be sened. Several new
Dodd was authorized to purchasethe
takes a few minutes of your time can inform; it can prompt to new material 0: Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. dens are being added this year

to find out if you are okay or aeights; it can be relaxing, or it the necessary roof the cadet to replace W. R. Ward, also cf Jacksonville. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
en building,
not. Hours will be, from 10 a. m. an be purposeful! Why not comen ., with the CAP to Gene Webb, of Jacksonville, Reed gave a birthday party
provide labor for
to ,1 p.un. and from 3 to 6 on to the Woman's Club Library r. rt'a the work caught 8 schooling bass on a jig. (for their daughter Debbie ReedIt ,
as suggested by Mr.
both days.Woman's and just browse around and look Luther Knight, also of Jacksonville I was her third birthday Those
Club Holds over the nice selection of good Sullivan.. got 30 bass in 3 days en a j i attending were Jenise Butts.

Finance Com. Meeting rocks? Come Mcnday or Friday The CAP representative also jig. Herman Lee and Clay Lizenj i Christine Brantley, Marie Yar

The Finance Committee of the afternoons from 2 to 4, or on 'r stated that the previously author- bee of Starke got 60 bream on bough Linda Perry and Howard
ized painting ol the hangar build- bugs. Ed Fallin Butts, David, Zan, Charles. and
Keyston Heights Woman's Club Wed. evenings: from 7 to 9. Membership of Lake Geneva
ing should be started immediatelyto got 8 bass.Lindsay John Brantley, Bart and Jeff McPherson
met at the home of the presi- is only $1 per year, per
dent, Mrs. Rcy Watkins, on Friday family .A.At .y prevent further deterioration Walker reports he has Emory Perry. Tommy
Sept. 12. at 10 a. m. to bud- Beach Party Held of the structure. been out oftown, and didn't know i and Johnny Huddlestone The

get for the coming year. These To Welcome The MorgansA Councilman Dodd reported that much about the affairs of the guests played games and enjoyed

who attended were Mrs. S. E. Mc Beach Party honoring Key- he had a sealed ,proposal from fishermen this week, but he did i I refreshments.Mr. .
Kay Mrs. B. R. Weld, Mrs Bert I I I stone Heights' newest newlyweds.Mr. the University Chevrolet Co. for know that Harold Lawrence had. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons left

Christoffers, Sr.. Mrs. Carl Wis-i and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr. the acquisition of a new police I caught 4 bass on Top Water Bait Thursday fcr their vacation. They

trup, Mrs. Harold Sutton, Mrs.! was held on Saturday evening, ciuiser. After inspecting the car, "Lucky 13" in Lake Geneva. will stay a week in Memphis,

George Schaeffer, and Mrs. W. B. Sept. 13, at the home of Mr. and ----- --- -- which was shown tit this time by Tenn.. then they will go to Law
Dawson. Mrs. Charles McGlave on Lake I a representative, of the company, Come One! Come All! To The ton, Okla. They plan to return

.. Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. William Youngsters Enjoy Friday Night Open HouseTeenager I the Council decided to open the FISH FRY Friday, Sept. 26, At the last of this month.
....
: We to learn that
are happy
--- Beam were co-hosts at the sealed bid pending further in- 6 p. m. BUS Stadium, ProceedsFor

affair. Strings of red and blue Lee Sutton sets the tat( right in above picture] have : the Men's Club of the church, vestigation. The New Band CnUonnC01IMUNITY most of our sick residents are doing

LEE'S DRIVE-IN light blubs were strung from tree pace with his guitar as youth of directed the activities assisted by and some very worthwhile assist- Chairman H. L. Ownbey ap- better. Mrs. Clarence Mann
to tree the Keystone Heights area gather parents of the community in I ance come from Lon Rushton. pointed himself, Mayor M. L. CHURCH OF came home Wednesday and Mrs.
THEATREPhone enhancing the lawn and around for group singing at the games, dances, and refreshments. The boys and girls gather about Beasley, and Councilman Doddas KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Roy Jordan came home Friday
beach. There were tables, chairs, regular Friday night get-togethers I Rev. J. Russell Young Minister. Lets help them get well sooner
Originally the program was 7:30: p. m. on Fridays to dance a ccmmittee to make this in- ,
4113 and a huge bonfire on the sand. in the Community Church audi- and play games of their own vestigation.: Dr. James D. Pait Organist, by visiting them. Mr. J. O. is reported -
more or less "on its own, but on to be doing much better.
torium.
Choir
Director.
Hilarious games were played Involving choice. Refreshments are usually
W.
N. Hardenbergh Jr.
Keystone Fla. Wednesday, Sept. 4, the officers representing Services: Church School 9:4: S; However A. J. Cicen was operated
Heights, fleece-lined rubber suits The Friday night open house served about 9:30: o'clock. The the Keystone Heights
of the a.m. Morning 11 on Friday.Mr. .
Comunity Church Sunday Worship a.m.
I I and buckets of water-relay programs were started last springLy I atmosphere is informal and relax- Volunteer Fire Department, pre-
type School headed by E. T. Martin, and Mrs. Henry McCrea
ing-"at least
as relaxing as possible sented a check to the Council in
the
Fri., Sat. Sept. 19, 20 games. Community Church, with adopted a resolution to get behind around of this St. Wdliam's Catholic Chapel and family have moved to Jack-
a group age'says the amount of 1645.77 in
The hosts presented some beau- all pre-teen age boys and girls of the program 100 per cent Mr. Baker, pay- Keystone Heights sonville.
'
ment of the current note
on Ford
Walt Disney's tiful gifts to the guests of honor, the community, regardless of re- with funds, new records, and other Assisting the Bakers are George Fire Truck No. 1. The department Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. Gainesville has become the

SONG each with an appropriate poem. ligious denomination invited to equipment. The record player and and Lucile :Massa at left in for Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. home of two more Melrose families
After the gifts had been opened take part. Bill and Edna Baker ping pong table were donated by' above photo. i was obligation complimented in meetingthis Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. Mr. and Mrs. John Vance
a satisfactory
OF THE SOUTHPlus and admired Mrs. McGlave and for their success. Travelers Return Confessions before all Masses Powell and son, Christopher and
manner.
Mrs. Beam brought out heaping :Pearce of Starke, for whom the Baptisms, marriages and instructions -
"Jai-k and Old Mack" plates of boiled shrimp' with all Those attending this delightful From Hawaiian Trip Nell Pearce Circle is named, and Hardenbergh reported that portions by appointment. [Continued! On Next Page)
the accessories. After affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miss Elizabeth Allmendingerand her husband, Rev. Pearce, wereguests of the fire station needed r -
everyone Conneen, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miss Martha Schick are back at the painting, and Councibnan Mitchell
had meeting. Mrs. Pearce
eaten Frank
Sun., Mon.( Sept. 21/22 of the popular Harris"Hula producedone Hoops" Harris Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox. home at Park of the Palms aftera closed the'meeting with a prayer, was asked to investigate and report -
,
Walt and demonstrated Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer, delightful six weeks' trip to the and a covered dish luncheon wasserved back to the Council.
several
Disney'sSNOW interesting -
( ways to use it. Each guest Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay,. Dr. Hawaiian Islands. Going by trainto at noon. t Mr. Hdrdenbergh also requested O +st

WHITE had his try, and all were cheered and Mrs. Donald Christoffers, Mr. Chicago, they joined a tour On Wednesday evening, Mrs. J. authority to accept a pro- v
and Mrs. Henry Hall Mr. and,Mrs. sponsored] by the Honolulu Christian D. Peyton was in charge. MissHeien position received from the Key-
And The 7 Dwarfs Charles Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Broadcasting Assoc., and Peyton outlined the pro- tone Gas Co. to supply heating
KEYSTONEJEWELERS Sunderland Mr. and Mrs. Lou there boarded a plane for Hono- and
program the
devotional was fuel to the fire hall, and request
Plus "Men Against the Arctic"Closed Muir, Mr.and Mrs. Gay Living-lu with
an overnight stop in
given by Mrs. A. G. Loudon. was granted. A motion by Councilman
ston Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay WalkS Francisco. They were domi Speakers were Mrs. Ed Fallin, and Wiggins that the'Keystone
Wed. Thur.
Tues., ,, .. Expert Watch Repairing er, Mr. and.Mrs. Wally Muhlhof- at the beautiful new Reef Mrs. Roy Chasteen Mrs. Frank Gas Co. also supply heating gas

For Winter Season Quality Line Jewelry er, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilgen. Hotel on Waikiki Beach. Activities Jones, Mrs. Gladys Hill, and Mrs. for the Town Hall was likewise Huntley Jr. Huntley Sr.The Mike
I Walter M.\ DtuhlhoferI \ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fiertz, Mr.. and included a' trip around the ,island, A. E. Anthony. A duet was sung approved. ,
Mrs. Herbert Nelson, and the L Pearl Harbor cruise, and a 70- by Kenny and
Becky Brice,
The
Town Treasurer
guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. H. minute plane trip to visit the daughters of Mrs. E. L. Brice. An balance on July 31 of reported$6.394.53 a; Redl earns Say:
L Morgan Jr. Out of town guests island of Hawaii, the largest of
KEYSTONE offering for State Missions was income for August, $1,029.23; expenditures We hope you are enjoying the Keystone Melrose -
DEPARTMENT
STOREMen's were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gray of the Hawiian group. As guests of
collected.
Rev.
J. R. Smith, the
for August $1,588.13 Florahome Grandin
much
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. the ; news as as we are enjoy-
Broadcasting
!\ Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Vincent of Orange Park. invited to view the Assoc.change they were of I pastor prayer., closed the meeting with a leaving 590293.a balance on Aug. 31 of ing sending it to you. If you like it, LET US KNOW!

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Play School Activities command at Camp H. M. Smith, WMU Elects Officers.
Upon motion of Dodd, seconded -
Your correspondent is anticipating Headquarters of the Commander New WMU Officers for the com-
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner the day when she visits in Chief Pacific. On their,returnto ng year [starting Oct. 11] were transfer by Wiggins, it was voted to Every Mother's Dream .
$2,500 of fundsto r
the Happy Hour Play School, ( the mainland, they spent several elected as follows: President, Mrs.A. Airport rf
.
conducted by Mrs. Gordon Adams weeks at the Mt. Hermon E. Anthony; Vice President, a savings account.

for pre-school children of the Bible Conference Grounds in the Mrs. J. R. Smith; Program Chair
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
community. We already have our heart of the redwood tree country, 0
Mrs. J.
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY man D. Peyton; Secretary KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA 11
invitation. near Santa Cruz, Cal! From there Mrs. C. M. FunderburKe;

DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE Miss Christine Newman daughter they flew to Winona Lake, Indiana Treasurer Mrs. M. L. Beasley; J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph
of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck New- for several weeks' stay, Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary Copeland, Minister of Music and 1Spotless

man celebrated her birthday at before returning to Keystone Leader, Mrs. A. Alderman: Junior church organist. .

Day Phone SAF-GAS Nile Phone the school on Friday, her mother Heights. Girls' Auxiliary Leader, Mrs. J. Services: Sunday School, 9:45:
4351 2582 bringing refreshments. We hear Anybody Need A Dog R. Smith; Sunbeam Director, Mrs. a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. DeLuxe

that Hubert Few sang out with a Mrs. Ed Conneen has requestedthat Ted Oglesby and Mrs. Tommy Mil-] Training Union, 6:45: p. m, Even-

COOKINGIIEATING:, WATER HEATINGMost lusty "Happy Birthday" to Chris- anyone needing "an adorable ican. Mrs. Fred Ellis was reelected ing services 7:30: p. m.EVERYTHING.
ty. Tiny tots never cease to do black puppy with the cutest little Circle Chairman, and Mrs.E. .
interesting things. Young Billy face, and a tail that wags "ThankYou L. Brice will serve as her co- DISHWASHER
Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in North '
when you feed him" call her
Hetherington, aged 3, son of Mr. chairman. Mrs. James Puckett
Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First and Mrs. Jim Hetherington, is no home at 3904. Her description is will be in charge of Mission Study I.
exception. On the first day of the only clue as to the breed of' Mrs. Stella Stanley will be Prayer ..

school, his mother, fearing that dog, but we don't doubt that he Chairman. Community Missions

he would be timid without her, would make a good pet for a Chairman, Mrs. A. G. LoudonStewardship ; i.

-- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS decided to ride over with him just youngster. The Conneens would Chairman, Mrs. CoraV'arshburn YOU
--
like to keep him for their
once. Arrangements had been young ; Publicity, Mrs. Fred

White Sand Lake A Good Investment made with Mrs. Tommy Millican .son Peter, but feel that their Ellis: Social Chairman, Mrs. Roy NEED t WITH GENUINE
for her to pick up Billy with her !landlord might not share their Chasteen; while Mrs. Mattie Sar- LIVE BAIT BOATS

LOTS AT $1250 own children, and take him to enthusiasm. If no on takes the gent will be in charge of flowers.Children's COTTAGES \
school. She was unaware of Mrs. dog, he must; be "put to sleep" by Home Chairman, Mrs.C. -- MAPLE TOP

These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and Hetherington's last minute de the city authorities. You wouldn't Ashley; and. Mrs. James RUTLEDGE'S \

cision to accompany her son. So want that to happen would you?? Puckett, organist. Installation will 1 Mi. South of Keystone CUTTING BOARD
next will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY
OF 1958"MCKAY
year Billy was dressed and sent to the News From GoldheadMr. be held Oct. 5. Mrs. Schwartz, of On Route 100

front yard while his mother completed Cook. at Goldhead Branch [Continued On Next Pagel] '
her prettying reports that no records for at $
s. E. REALTOR up-operations .......
-- When Mrs. H. came out to the tendance have been broken since

.. front yard. Billy was gone-real Labor Day. A total of 1,591 per $ LIE9OTerms
Keystone Heights Phone 3701205141514209ALL .1 gene. Where? He had gone to sons visited the Park in the past ,
school of course, "catching his week. Trailer and tent campers A BANK LOAN
ride" like any other. grownup totaled about 100, and in the
school boy. over night cottages, about 374
TYPES OF INSURANCEWe persons a number that shows
Mrs.George ValdeJuUi, motherof
another of these Play School very little drop. Another feature $10 DOWN DELIVERS

write Fire, Wind Storm, all lines of Casualty Insurance Tots, is coming each Friday to that is popular with visitors is I I

and ,Bonds. give the children some Conversational the new boat-launching ramp. as Low as $3.07 Weekly!
This is fine for water skiiers:

SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALIFY a former Spanish.'college Mrs.Spanish Valdejulliis teacher There have been lots of picnickers. 1 i (If McDuff Can Do ISO' CAN WE!)
AS NON-DRINKERS A group of 26 children from the
and is well able'to give the
Baptist Home in Jacksonville, Hotpoine DeLuxe Dishwasher outwashes ordinary dishwashers'
youngsters some idea of a foreign
under the supervision of Rev. because they wash everything twice with fresh detergentin
WALRATH INSURANCE
AGENCY"AS language. Mrs. T. JHawes is also
associated with the school this Bishop, stayed overnight in the 0 We are ready to each wash: Double he.d, double rinsed and electricallydried

AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE" year, assisting Mrs. Adams with cottages last week. Fishing at two complete 5-minute washes 8t'rub8Y every

the instruction. Goldhead has been good too, with I discuss your finan- trace ,of food !rail and dulling film. Posh-burton control .

Phone 2731 Keystone Heights, Fla. Another student of the Happy nice bass.catches Carl Webb of speckled of Jacksonville perch and cial problems with large capacity racks removable silverware basket lifetime -

Hours Play School has been in porcelain finish tub sanitary screen automatic
landed the largest bass 8 ]bs. 12
hot water due to his extra curricular you at any time. water control rolls to table for easy loading plug in

Lumber Hardware Paint activities which have nothing cz.Baptist requires no plumbing or extra wiring .
6UIUHN6 Church News BANKING HOURS Mon. thru Thurs.
Cement Concrete Blocks to do with the school. It The Season of Prayer of State 9:00 A.M. 2:00: P.M.

seems that young Peter Morgan Missions was held by the First We Meet All Advertised Prices.REDFEARN'S
SUPPLIES Precast U Lintels son of the H. L. Morgans, is a Baptist Church WMU on Tues DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon\ thru Thurs.

All Lengths collector. No, he doesn't collect day and Wednesday Sept. 9-10.. 9:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. .
bugs or butterflies; he collects with Mrs. Cora Marshburn, pray-

L Lighting Fixtures lawn mowers and step ladders. er chairman, in charge of the pro- FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M.

Also shovels and lawn shears. grams. Mrs. Fred Ellis as "Mrs. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY
y:t 1L These things are irrestible to him Florida Baptist presented the

ROY W. TYRE = and some people have' SUCH in program theme. Speakers for the THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA

teresting garages. So if you live Tuesday program were Mrs. Roy

BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSEPhone ic the vicinity of. this 3 year old, Chasteen. Mrs,: E. L. Brice :. A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.
and you can't find a tool his C.
Ashley, and Mrs. A. E. Anthony
2741 Keystone Heights, Fla. parents would be delighted' if you Mrs. Anthony also gave a, vocal i Keyston Heights, Fla. Where Service /Is Assured
would call on Pete and see if he solo, accompanied at the organ by Member F.D.I.C.

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Miss son, and Miss Darlene Campbell. Young University for the fall I farm plan. You may receive help People throughout the County '
Aggie Watson,
who
also
was semester. Her parents will drive with your conservation
HIGHLIGHTSA: in the class, had received her her to her problemson find they get'a better stand if
destination. request from
Confirmation A.u A A A A AA*a A A AA A AWe ... your Soil Conservation -
already at the Cathedral they use a cultipacker- plant
Mary Ann Schaeffer has been District. Ask of
one
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in Jacksonville, as she had bcpping around on crutches these [Continued From Page One d District Supervisors, your Soil the seeds. IS you' are planning to
(Continued from 1) W leave to go to college. t
Pajge Follow-
days, having broken two bones in Conservaticn Service representatives plant somewinter pasture and
jag ,the services i a confirmation Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Becker
Gainesville, gill be the instal- leakfast was served :to her foot In a run-in collision with left Melrose last week. or County Agent how you want to'use the District's grain
every- ahothjer; student ;the
at can
officer/ school: get a soil and capability '
lation ne. Now that the new church is map drill please let us know so we can
Will they*,never'learn to look Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lavelle made for your individual farm.
Community Church News In'uSe, the former church has where they are gain? McGee' and children, were Mrs. r -- schedule it for you.

Members of the Community been ,converted into a Sunday Mrs. J: R: Smith spent four cGee.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. The District's roto-cyle mower
Church Men's Club will meet in School and a Nursery. .- C. Remusat of Orlando
days in Deland and
last week attending is still "red hot". Those who used CARD OF THANKSWe
the Educational .at6:10 Additional! Baptist News the State Leaders' Conferenc her brother, C. C. Remusat Jr. ofMELROSE I it to control weeds on their farm
in, 22, for dinner At a business By G. T, HogginsCobhfy
p. September. a meeting held last .r.mma.
at Stetson ,{] iiyersity, l were Bub Carter, Doyle Conner wish to express our thanks
meeting. Wednesday evening the Adult MrS. Eva I Parham is visiting at ; were happy to '"Welcomefudge Xgeiit George Anderson Edd Tenly Jack and appreciation for the kindnessand
St.WUJ m's Church News Choir of the First
Baptist Church the home- of Rev. and Mrs., J. R. and Mrs.C. I. Topes back Parker, Ardell Crosby Eldon Sapp,
The gJl-ar monthly meeting pf elected officers for the new year Smith and family for several 1 h ome. The Tones have spent thesummer 00!YOU NEED: LIME? ycur'stock-and if you'are'sifepici- Lester Crosby, and J. S. Eunice. consideration shown us dur

the St. William's Catholic Club as follows: Pres., Gene Williams; weeks. Mrs. Parham is Mrs. in' Conneticutt.\ if-you "have'not hmed 'your soil I OtIS of'a case, be sure to let us The mower js still bOOked-up but ing our recent bereavement. _

was held Wednesday evening Vice Pres., Bill Wolfe; Secretary, Smith's: mother, and her home is Cane One! Comet All! To The recently, chances.:are that the USe know. This'gocd success-is'resultng if you are interested in using i it The family of Horace E, tokes
Bept. 10. in the'Parish Hall, following Kenny Brice;' and Social Chair hi cf lime will from '
: Atlanta. FISH FRY Friday: ept. 26, At -some -greatly help the line cooperation of please let us know so we can -
the usual covered dish man, Mrs. James Puckett. Coffee Dr. and Mrs. Donald Christ-- 6 j>. m. BHS 'Stadium. Proceeds ircta- pasture and crop production. verybody.SWLE schedule it for you.L. .
supper Two new'members, Mr. and cookies were served in the offers and their 'A soil test Will take the 'WELD' GOOD
three daughtershave For The New .Daml Uniforms. guesswork DAY C. Sapp used the District's
and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr., were the Educational Building, following moved into their new homeon Miss Margaret Janes moved to out 'of your p1 nning. The 'Albert Griffis had worked all fertilizer spreader to put out some Termite Control
meeting.
welcomed into the club. Since the Lake Geneva, just off Route Florida Experiment Station Soils I I
night and Ammonium
feared 'afternoonprogram
the
Nitrate
The New Music ComnJttee the University of Florida Snrrday.e on his Coastal FOR DEPENDABLE
pastor, Father Cornelius Dough oJ 21. We hear it is realy one of rhose She will be.a Senior this resting will make the I in an airconditioned.uditortum I Bermuda pasture. L. C. hopes,
erty, was unable to attend the First Baptist Church for th year. :
the out-of-this-world homes te stand advise the co'rrect amount in that his sleeping with the weather Household A Oommerdri
meeting, installation of officers new year will consist of M. I.. Jchn B. Coleman, Jr. son of (if lime needed. permitting, tomake
Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann has I eight be disturbing.. The a of Peat Controls
program crop hay.
Colonel
Beasley, G. A. Loudon, and Mrs and Mrs. John B. Cotenan -
was postponed until a later date A recent test for Delbert Green
been on thesick: -tist. 'was so
We and
hope she good interesting Otis Leach
This will be announced. Complete A. E. Anthony. Ralph G. Copeland of San Bernardino, Cal. mowed that he did not need ad' used the District'sseeder Grove
will that he'dtdn't
be feeling better when this sleep'at bit. Some Spraymf
is the visited his cultipacker to plant
Minister of grandparents '
Music
financial reports on the church Cot and ditional lime his
en pasture but
supper, held Aug. 30, were given, with Mrs. James Puckett assistant t ccmes out hi print. Mrs. Jesse P. Green prior to attending his cropland :was in critical need. thing who happered had to several of ourmen Pensacola Bahia pasture. I came Call FR 6-2661

and everyone applauded the success organist. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaefferand the U of F. He moved into Delbert had ,planned to lime his planned to go- upon him dipping some gum the
Personals children visited Mr and Mrs. the dormitories maybe politics was too good. other day. He put down his
of the chairman Mrs. Harold Sunday. John fond. The-test saved him probably&O dip Florida Pest Control
Charles Hager and daughter Ann, will be a freshman. Albert and Doyce Griffis, EthanS2PP bucket and paddle and pointed toa
Sutton, and cochairman, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. James C. 'Glennof he might have spent for lime
Bee Cooper.'The regular meeting Delray Beach arrived Mondayfor at Doctor's Inlet, on Sunday, to Richard ''Riegel returned last i not heeded. Too much lime can and I did make the trip. We field that he had just used the & Chemical..

date, which is to be changed, will a visit with their daughter and gee their new home. The Hagers week after spending the .summer be just as harmful as too little. knew a little more about the hog seeder clutipacker in and remarked -
were formerly Keystone Heightsresidents. { situation than we 'did. You missed "that machine sure did M N. W. 18th ova
be announced later, !also her family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill working in the western part of CORN AND RAtS job a good

Father Dougherty is conducting Beam, and children. The Glenns the United States. This is a combination that is a good day.IMPORTANT. should on planting my grass seed. I, Gainesville, Florida
have been wonderful _We are sorry to have overlookedthe MEETING'SOON get a good stand of bahia." .
adult instructional classes on on a tour of William Chiappinni returned foUnd in most grain storage 4.Thaf8
Monday evenings, from 8 to 9 p the West and of the Southeast in Carl Wistrups in our column from a trip in Europe Saturday placets. It need not be if you are Watch and listen 'for the date Ir-

., in his study in the living their trailer. They will park their heretofore. They have had quahe to Sunday he moved to the U of F ,nterested in saving a little money and place of the next Cattlemen e
trailer for a few at t a lot of friends from the North: where I and Farm Bureau meeting. You Our BusinessIf
he
quarters. If you are wondering days will be a freshman. It you ever open the crib door ands
about the Catholic Church, why Beams' before proceeding to theirhome lock them up hi the past months; i Rev. Fred Yerkes returned las t e a rat then you know there need to.attend and we need you It's
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not let him give you the answers? In Delray.Mr. namely, Mr, and Mrs. Earl Greer,: week from a trip to England. are plenty mere you did not see. to. attend.. Glass We Hare III!

Anyone is welcome-who Is interest and Mrs. Frank W. Harris o' Frankfort N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs j The first football game in the Sat baits containing Wart arir 1 I FIGURE THIS OUT 61 I/II CALL WRITE or VISIT i
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4Episcopal' Sr. arrived on Thursday from Joseph Lavery, formerly of Syracuse : Riverland Conference will takeplace Will naturally kill them. It is easy Recent USDA figures can be

News their home in Miami to visit i : N. Y."> now of Venice, Fla.:II Thursday, Sept 18 at Bron- Louse and is safe to Use. Ask eye openers to our city friends Joe Peters Glass Co f

The dedication of St. Anne their son Frank W. Harris Jr., and Mrs. John Hollis, of NOrwich'1 son. The Melrose' Sun'dogs'wm someone who has been by our of The food budget which includes

new Episcopal Church was held< family on Lakeview Drive. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred I play the Brcnson Eagles. Kickofftime fice and gotten acquainted with all the farm food products purchased FOR ANY GLASS NEED i

on SundaY, Sept. 14, at. an' 1 impressive Mr; and Mrs. Bob Hertz Key zler Donald, of Rome, N. Y., Mr. and )Mrs I will be 8 p. m. The Eagles our rat killing proposition and by the average family In We Design Modern Store Fronts i
stone's DeTar, of Stratford, were the Riverland a year, has increased $243 during
service: conducted by the next-to-newest newly- champions then you will come by too.
Just Mail for
Conn. Us Pattern
Right Key I riamilton Wet Bishbol p weds are.moving today to the ; Mr. and Mrs. Edward last year. Rats eat grain and contaminateit e the past 10 years. But, the farmers -w--- A

the Florida Diocese.., %BishoP Hartwell home on Live Oak St Flagg, also'ofsti tford; and Mr. Mrs. Elizabeth Melton returnelast it with their filth. You ought not producing that amount of TableTops .
from and Mrs. Jack Zeremba of Schenectady week from food have realized an increase of 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
West was assisted by Vicar Bill their apartment at the a threemonthtrip to; be so good to give them feed
Breyfogle, who will be the 'ne w Henry Hackle home on Lakeview N. Y. to Europe. She enjoyed herself and shelter for the loss they are only $3.This .

pastor of St. Ann 's, Conflrmatio an Drive. vary! much. to you. shows pretty well that the .

Services: were also held the s sam Miss Kay Walrath daughter of ST AN "ES' EPISCOPAL The first meeting of the Lunchroom GAS TAX REFUND farmer's return for his products OPENING "H

day. Those who were confirmed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walrath, Jr CHURCH Committee at Melrose Hig If you used gasoline on your has not kept up with all costs involved IN STARKE SOON !

were Mrs Alex Brokas. Miss Kay I leaves Friday for Provo, Utah", The Rev Allan Batt, fir was held Thursday in the Home farm between July 1st, 1957 and in production and market
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.. Sunday Service: 9:00 a.-- -m.. Economics room. The commute June 30th, 1958 you are eligible ing. 1 Gal IQt 1 of-Paint- FREE!
Parish Night Supper: First met with the principal, Earl Cherry for three cents per gallon tax re- or

Thursdays, 6:30: p. m. and the Home Economics fund.

PAUL'S SUNDRIESFleJrose teacher Mrs. Johnstone. They dis No red tape-all you need fodo WITH EACH ONE YOU BUY

TfTTTTTTTTfffffTfTTTTfTfFLORAHOME cussed the problem of overcrowd is to figure up the number ogallons "
Bt
MeetR i ing 'the e Eliminate the Middleman's Profit"
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Where Friends lunchroom: The committee used on the farm hi connection -

r consists of one representative with land preparation, We Still Can Serve You In Gainesville Stpre
FOUNTAIN. RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES AND GRANDIN: from each of the Junior and cutlivation, and harvesting. Thi s0ttSOilClSSTKKTBs :

Senior High grades. The representatives includes use in tractors, pumps MARY CARTER PAINT
STORE
By DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAJA. are: 7th grade, Steana and other type engines. Come by Soil
; Ann Logsdon; 8th grade Carol l our office before the last of this Conservation 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588

IM cels Our Only uslnesIlWE Rothhaiamer; 9th grade, Oleda month, make about three entries N-E-W-S .... ,
A bridal linen shower was given Bowen, 10th grade, Bobby Red- on a card and mail it In. 4

WRITE ALL FORMSOF in honor of bride-to-be, Miss Kay fern; 11th grade, Beth Pierce; While you are in the office you Soil Conservation Service --. "
Drake, last Saturday evening at 12th grade, Mary McGee.
INSURANCE, can get set up for the four cents
her new future home'in Grandin. Campaign posters were displayed refund per gallon under another By Bill Haas TO THE VOTERS AND CITIZENS
Miss Drake received many lovely all over school last
week announcing program. Seven cents per gallonis
1 IE'I'tIStflSt'IAer\ ; and useful gifts at the shower. candidates for presidentcf I too much to let slip by. It will[ A complete farm soil and water conservation OF CLAY COUNTY
Those'who plan was prepared
couldn't attend sent the Principal Council. The slip, though, if you don come in
: : : :,,: AGENCY: nice gifts, too. Besides the -hostess- purpose of the Principal's Coun before,September 30. ,. for O. V Hicks on his. farm located
Mrs. Alice / in the,Hampton area. The .
Faye Atkinson fro m oil is'to meet with the'principal SCREW-WORM INFORMATIONAre ? t I would like to express jnr appreciation for

PHONES Jacksonville, there were the fol and discuss the problems con you forgetting how to cor- Pensacola farm plan Bahia suggests the use of the wonderful vote given me' on Sept 0 for Tax
lowing for
guests present fronting the grass per
: Misses students.
Those rectly identify Assessor.
run- screw-worms? If
Office 2442 Home 2701 Claive Langon manent pasture. Pensacola Bahia
and. Beth Drake of r ning for president are: 12th grade he program continues as it is ;

Keystones Heights, Fla: Gainesville; Margie Lee. Tanner of Jessanna Terrell; 11th grade, now, you might forget. Read this has proved to do well on the typesof I am most grateful for this wonderful expres '

1"1" (1 l FlOrahome tka? and ; Mesdames Clarine Dodd of Pal Beth Olsteen.Pierce; 10th grade, Calvin .carefully. The report for the weekof farm.soils By that using are a soil located and capability on the sion of support and I shall do my utmost to merit''
Blanche The
Tanner, Nita election will take September 2 was ONE con- l map made for your individual the confidence you have reposed in me.
Murry place this
Catherine
WELL DRlLLING e week.Subscrpiticns. firmed case in the State of Flori-
Pumps Service Bart and Lillian ::farm by a trained soil scientistthe
;; home Drake of Flora- for the 1958-1959 !da. The last three reports have Soil Conservation I hold no bitterness from this election, and shall''
; Charleyen Brantley and I Bulldog Melrose High yearbook, :been less than 10 cases each week. Serviceable is serve all the people to the best of
TERMS AVAILABLE Collie Rye cf Grandin.: Cake and are now on sale. A small down- Weget an official report each to plan for your land the best my ability.

punch were the refreshments ser payment now assures students of 'week. conservation program. The soiland After I assume my duties in January, I welcome

Prompt Service Free ved.Mrs. a yearbook when they are published Keep capability map is the key to I everyone to come by the office
and
Estimates Eula Mae Conner of Starke next Spring. your eyes open around your soil and water conservation J see me,
Those who do and should
visited her any one have a tax problem, I will be"happy
son-in-law not
and this
daughter pay payment-
: RALPH ; Mr; and Mrs. Marshall Strick- will not get a yearbook-probably to explain their assessments
E
: MATHEWSP. land here in:Florahome Sunday. Monday, Sept. 8, the Melrose GRATEFULLY YOURS
1 Mr. and.Mrs. Garett Dmkla of High School Future Homemakersof SUPER GOO a ,
.. 0. Box.528 Melrose Fla. florahome
i1 announce the birth of America chapter, under the direction :

PHONE GR 5-5101 last a daughter born Wednesday, of of Mrs. Johnstone held LOUISE G SMITH
week The little lady has been their annual installation of off ,

,,, named Claudie Josephine Dinkla. cers,
;
I IT'Si Wholesome, nutritious refreshment
Word has been received that On the table, at which the of- .
p.. r Edward Varnes has been accepted ficers were seated, were eight G anytiine'you.want a treat that's (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

: in the High School Band at white candles representing the- good to eat. En joy it often. Super

x Gordon Military' College in Geor- purposes. of the FHA. FOOD Sue is super good-it's superior; -

gia. A brief introduction speech waS'ttven

Mr.: and"-Mrs.- J. .T: Boozer of by the, past. vke-pr ident.' R IO
West ''Palnl Beach stopped by to The officers elected to serve the1
a see Grandin friends last FHA for the r. WRGR
< :>a Friday year 1958-1959 are: f ,
; afternoon. president, Carol Hansen;' president -
r. D. Mr..and Mrs.,W. S Knight and elect, Linda Sue'Strickland;
son, Rev. Robert-Knight \ r
vice-president
of Green Beth Pierce; secretary -
i Cove SpringS; called on .friends in Pat Hinnant; Treasurer, sllvea sust

Grandin. last Saturday evening. Margaret Royster; parliamentarian MIGHTY 1490 t

The Knights spent, several days i: Hene Strickland; 1nstorian" t -
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r. last week at.1 the Geneva Marcia Hilliard :
Cottages. ; Program of Work f
Mr;; and Mrs. J. SV::Walters of Chairman, Beverley Wilson; Reporter

4 JackSonville'visited I ,Mr: aid: -Mrs. and Sergeant of Arms Susan presents
H.; B. Sikes Sr., last Saturday. Bass; Chaplain, Joy )Morris. :, ,

: Mrs. Lula' Tlllis of Keystone The new officers.. repeated the f .

: Heights was guest last weekend officers pledge and then each of

\ :.. rfin ... _ri Grandin.of Mrs.' Rose Brantley here in ficer's. duty was'explained to her. All Popular Flavors/ Ccme. C-;".j, /V.fj Facii'/;' !7.cobns; University of Florida 1


Mr. and Mrs Earl new, since they are not quite dry.
children Martha and, Albert Sikes and of Oh, well,.hi due time ewe hope'to :

Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. have everything Including air,
mother H. B. Sikes Sr. Saturday; conditioning complete. To All 1
"Nor )_ ,' John ,didn't get r noon.Mr. after Revival meeting began Sunday Florida FootballGames

and Mrs. Arthur I with Rev. Barney Andrews doing

q. .jqise ip.i ;pay Mercury and Mr. and Mrs Nelson Rayburn Delaney I the preaching. This will give choir t Democrats, My

of Harriman, Term, were dinner director Lesley Bradley some good
; Most Sincere
looks that guests of Mrs. Margaret practice.
just Stewart
way. last Thursday.Mrs. Sorry I missed Mrs. Silas, Jess play by play

Robert Betancourt and William Silcox when they
of Opa-
: Thanks!
]locka arrived last Satruday came to visit last Tuesday. I hope ,.

i int Grandin to pay a visit morning to they will come again when I am from the' fieSEPTEMBER/d

her parents Mr. and.Mrs. Weldon borne. I also missed some visitors r t

.. Brantley. from St. Augustine that day. I S
e guess I will have to stay home

.- .......... .-... more. I am deeply grateful for the fine vote of confidence you 20'

Mrs. O. F. Semier Sr. with her gave me in the Democratic Primary on September 9th.

KINGSLEY LAKE granddaughter Lillian Bell, and Thanks to you, I shall rejoin my Senate colleagues with the ,

Mae Mark, and Sandra Moore assurance e that my past service meets with the approval Qf TULANE

**W. wvi. BY Ma.' were .visitors to JacksonvillelaStweek. the majority of my fellow citizens.
Moore -
PRIDES T RT BaOW 42 MODELS OF "LOW>PRtCE:3"! & A L Congratulations- go to Leonard During,the next six years I shall render yon the best

and Shirley Moore. They have a service within my power, always 2:30 '
UlDArt1IRCUIRM Regular business 'endeavoring to correctly 1
held at the church meeting was boy and Leonard is proudly pass- represent you and your; convictions. : p.m. _
Wednesjiay Ing; out cigars. Mother and son ,
night. It was decided to"keep the are doing fine.

i; officers elected last month al* Bernard Jacobson Donald and SPESSARD L. HOLLAND

though with we were a month early Ronald Stern and A. R. Moore, Brought to you. in part by your Phillips 66 Dealer
our elections. United
accompanied,Mark Moore to GaineSVille ; States Senator

'C afi'Ff' MERCURY'' Our'riew: : building was dedicatedon Sunday afternoon, wherebe Seymour's, and'Bel Air Service. Distributed r
I MOTORS schedule Sunday. There.weremany will enter U. of F.: (Political_Adv.,paid for by W.-P. Shelley, Jr., State Campaign Dir by Jerome <

Pho"e WO 4-9101 Starke, Fla Court Jefferson of gocd visitors food present and plenty Mrs. Sadie Elder' and daughter.RObin .rt.r.'U..ri'E.oW' Wolfe"State Johns Oil Company.
-- $ Sts. The seats were very visited the lake Saturday -r. Campaign Treasurer) '
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Sunday afternoon.
the Reno Theatre Friday, which !secretary. Oreatha
Hamilton
; as- derson and Mrs. C. Johnson.
and children. Mrs Gladys Mr. and Mrs.
Kyle Cannon
and
is being i
sponsored for the church I
sistant: secy, Betty Tucker
treas-
MAXVILLEAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Copeland] and children Mrs. Leal- daughter. Ginger visited with ; Worthy Matron Janie S. Mitch'
improvement fund
er Harris, Hershell Johns and relatives in Lawtey Sunday afternoon pkins and the management.by Prof. Thom- urer, Queen Elizabeth Moore; ell of Dell Chapter 168 OES asks
NEWS Ricky Rignola. A Chaplain Bertha Darby; business chat all members meet on time
Mrs. C. B. Nolan small donation
By
will
be
asked at
b& manager, Charlie Britt; Sgt.atarms Thursday night at 8 p. m. Thereis
? and Mrs: Dan Groves enjoyed Mrs. Nell Swindle of Glennville, the door. On Friday Sept. 26 "The Willie Moore; reporter. business of importance to trans

the Groves .family reunionat Ga: stopped for a visit with Mrs.: Feast of the Seven Tables" will Barbara Mims. We expect 7th and
the home of Mr. and Mrs.Frank Ruby Durrance and family be held at Allen
Friday'
Mrs. Junior Goolsby of Baldwin Chapel, High 8th grade to have)many outstanding act.Also
spent last Sunday with her family Hunter Macclenny Sun- night enroute to Miami for a visit. Springs for the benefit of the players on the basketball on Saturday evening Dell

The: TabernacleA Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat day.Hunter Present -were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs C. B. Nolan and Missionary Dept. of the Lake City teams this year. We hope to win Chapter will sponsor a Fish Fry

and family. and family, Mr. and Mrs. sons. Billy and Bobby are now District. Rev. Jenkins Presiding, at Masonic Hall on Brownlee St.

program of music, Instrumental Church School, 9:45: a. m. Morn 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groves of Dan Groves and daughter, Minnie making their home in Baldwin, Elder. The feast will begin at 8 the championship in junior high There will be hot dogs, peanuts,

and vocal, by the senior ing Worship, 11 a. m. Nursery provided Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor where Mr. Nolan was recently appointed p. m. Tickets are now on sale by school basketball this year under and ice cream served, too. Come

citizens of the Tabernacle congregation for pre-school age children, Hunter of Macclenny were dinner and son of Middleburg, Mr. and as the Baldwin Chief of the missionary ladies of Allen the leadership of Principal An one and all.
preceded the Mrs. Henry Groves of Orlando Police.. Chapel. E. J. Givens.
Sunday and a Junior Church every Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Groves reporter.
evening message. The eldest mem for Mr. i and Mrs. Theron Groves and Free Canaan Church Of God
primaries and
juniors. and daughter. Minnie The
on Satur- perfect tribute to 1
ber taking part was 90 years old MYP Dine-A-Mite snack supper, day. son of Macclenny and Mr. and First Christian Church Free Canaan Church of God in I Ii

and showed marked ability in her 6:30: p. m. Senior and Intermediate Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Durranceand Mrs Kyle Hunter and son and Unity, Elder S. W. White pastor, a cherished memory .

piano numbers. MYF worship and businesseetings sons. R. V. and Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilkinson and Morning worship, 11 a.m. will hold their fourth anniversary 1

Regular services will be held 7 p. m. Evening Service, Mrs Dora Byrd and E. C. Padgett son i of Macclenny. Rev. J. E. Sherwood,' pastor program that will start on Sept. Every funeral that we con ,1
throughout the week, and 8 Sunday School, 10 ajn. 29 and extend through October 5. ,
a carr p. m.. Dr. J. E. McKinley DIstract visited with Mr. and
Marvin duct
Mrs. T. L. is of
Manning and Minnie Youth a source sustaining
Churcn
dial invitation is T : A
p.m. complete
given those who Superintendent account of this program
preaching Green +
and family in
are interested in searching the First Quarterly Conference, 9 p. Sunday afternoon. Middleburg|Groves visited in Glen St. Mary Wednesday Prayer Meeting,,, will appear in next week'spaper. solace and spiritual inspiration I t 0<< :JJ

scriptures, m., following evening service in Home Coming Day will be celebrated Monday night with Mr. Manning's 7:30 p.m.Adult "Follow peace with all men to the family.

the sanctuary.A on the 1st mother. Mrs. Edna Manning.Mr. Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. holiness, without which no man
Sunday in October ,
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS cordial invitation extendedto at the Maxvllle Baptist and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Wednesday.Ladies shall see the Lord. Hebrew 12:14.: Hundreds of details are managed and economically

CHURCH all Cervices.Presbyterian. Council, 1st and S rd Sister Dean, attended to that only a trained and careful
Church 'which is October 5th and daughter, Karen Sharon Griffis. Tuesday nights.Everybody reporter.

Sunday School, 10 a. m.: MornIng also at the Long Branch Baptist Mary Copeland and Earl Cannon welcome to each Antioch Baptist Church organization can perform when the urgent need

Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange- Church Church on' Sunday October 12th. enjoyed a tour of JacksonvilleNEWS eervlce. Antioch Baptist Church Rev. for serving is at hand.DeWITT .

tiatlc services 7:30 p. m. Everyone be planning to attend; I1rF George Lee pastor, will hold regular

Wednesday Prayer Meeting Friday Adult Choir practice these two services with dinner on innrrnT rnrTVn.nnYTITTTT .. ..... ...... services all day Sunday C. JONES

7:30: p. m. Bp.m. the grounds and singing. OF INTEREST TO COLORED starting with Sunday School at FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE\ SERVICE

SwuaY-Church School for all l. We regret that Mrs. Stuart 10 a. m. Supt. in charge. 11 a. m.I PHONE 7We

ages, 9:45: a. m.; Morning Wore Powell is a patient 'in the St.Luke's CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY morning service with music by

ship 11 a. m.; Youth Fellowships, hospital in Jacksonville By Ozora J. Shell the choir. Sister Gertrude Carter, furnish the highest type ben ire at lowest prices, and accept

WORLD WWICTUtli 6 p. m.: Evening Worship "Josi- and hope that she will soon be president asks all members to ANY life Insurance policy In force, !Issued by ANY company, as

e,...na ;, ah's Reformation," 7:30 p. m. well. Mrs. Henry Carter is( keeping AAAAAAAAAAAAA..AA&AAA&&AA&A AA&&&.-.---t-AAAA.M-.-fc-i-m_._._. _' _" please be present and on time. payment In part or in full on funeral ienle Consultation

THE DRAMATIC I WednesdayFamily night supper her baby for her. RJE School News I|this The church and pastor's aunt carries no obligation.

BILLY, GRAHAM 7 p. m. This will be a fare Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby Section I of the first grade or- very community Important to attend this versary will continue throughoutthe - -- -- -

EVANGELISTIC FILM well to Rev. McAliley and his fam are spending the month of September anlzed on September 10. ThefOlowing bert, reporter. meting.. Miss Al- day and will close during the
at the evening service. We wish to thankall
ily. fishing camp over at officers were elected: Chest X-Ray
Middleburg. the ministers and churches LOCAL MANAGER FOR
r ThursdayJunior Choir practice President, Malverina Morris; vice- The free chest x-ray mobile unit that
have
Mr. and helped make this weeka
Mrs.
Lafay Carroll and resident, Geraldine
ff Dean
3:30: p.'mr ; score will be in Rsno
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Carroll of tary, Betty Jean Friday and Sat ur- success for us. Sister ArataWilliams
Davis assistant
; day of this
week. All
persons 18 ,
Jacksonville visited with friendsand secretary, Doris L. Graham reporter.
treas-
; years: and up are requested to Ebenezer Baptist Jim' Walter
Church
rmis relatives night. In Maxville last Friday urer-everne Nancy Ford A.;Brewton reporter; ,Chaplain- Corine, take advantage of this free ser Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. COa

vice Protect your health and all:1 E I
D.
.
Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatkaand Lane. All the other'class members th people Robinson, pastor will hold
Mrs. Q. M. Beach around you by having regular services all day starting
of
Hastings were pleased to .
have these
very f a chest -
# spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. fine officers for the new school 1 few minutes.z ray which just takes a with Sunday School at 10 a. m. "World's Largest Home Builders"WILL

fjp + s C. B. Nolan and family on Mon term. We are asking the complete interested in 100 Nurse McKnight Is Supt. Henry Bryant in charge. We
percent partici- expect< the
day. support of all the pastor to be with us
first
HDC Club Met TuesdayThe ents In the county so\ grade that parpat thismay county in nurse Reno for because this section she is the and tional bring Baptist echoes from the Naof BE IN STARKE

Maxville Home Demon be a very successful year for Starke. Convention which
stration met was held last week in Chicago, I U.
I on Tuesday October16th your children. You are welcometo Church News EACH THURSDAYAT
;:-- at the Maxville Civic Club visit room 1 at RJE at any time Pleasant Grove Methodist We still need a musician for our
27:54 and held a demonstration on to discuss the problems that Church choir. If you can refer us to a
concern Pleasant
Now when the centurion, sewing. Mrs. Sue Rollins and Mrs. Grove Methodist qualified person kindly do so. Sun-
your children. Corine
and they that Lane, Church Rev. H. J. Blount
with
were him pastor days needed
watching Jesus; saw the earthquake Jane Rollins volunteered to be reporter, Mrs. Mable J. Lee will have regular services all day only. are first and third !
r ,and those things that were the sponsors for the 4-H Club teacher. Sunday Contact your reporter at STARKE HARDWARE CO.
done, they feared which starting with Church: Bradford County Hospital
greatly saying, is being organized at the PTA meeting was held at RJE or the
Truly this was the Son of School at 10 a.-m. Supt. Leo president:
God. Sister
Maxville School. Mrs. Nan Coch- on Wednesday Sept. 10, the pre si- Sue In charge, morning worship Lincoln< Lonnie Gibbs, 8:00 A.M. TO 6:00: P.M.
rane, assistant Home dent I City, Ranell English, -
Demonstration Mrs. Marion Dell in charge at 11 r e
,a., m. evening service at 7 porter.
.Agent.for Duval County will After devotions, welcome, and introduction -p. m. ''
Sunday School 9:45 AM be in charge of the project forthis : of new teachers the Plans Calvary Baptist Church .
r r are being made for the Calvary
district. This is a very good new business Baptist Church, Rev.
was election of officers i observance
Morning Worship11 AM thing for young people and ware e for 1958-59. The following Sunday October of Women's 19. Day on George W. Lee pastor wishes to For Appointments Call
.Women of the thank all
very proud that our school officers persons for making the

Training :Union-6:45 PM can take part in it. It was also installed were by J.elected D. Greene and properly, assistma! county ke this will a great be called day. The upon SpiritPlel to, Ground success.Breaking Program a com- JACKSONVILLE ... EV 7.1141 Collect

Evening Worship 8 PM announced that on September30th ant principal of RJE: President, ual] Echoes are on their way to C. i C. Anderson .
Jr. '
there will be a workshopat Levy J. Lennon; vice-president, fame and success. We are proud The 7th Hi. or STARKE WO 4.5311
the County Home Demonstra Clarence De and 8th grades
Sue of
; secretary, Mrs. of our local -
boys
as they travel Anderson< Junior
ALL SEATS fREE tion Office in Jacksonville on Marie Thomas; assistant secre.tary throughout Florida. Watch this D. B. High with M

Madison Street "Planning Three Meals A Day." Willie Brown; treasurer, paper; for further information organized Richardson for as teacher h rsas "//* It's A Quality Home "1'
FIRST BAPTIST We hope that some of our ladies Henry Bryant; Chaplain Rev. about this the term. The fol-
group that will be coMinnie n- lowing officers I.
will be able to attend this meet Ulysses Clark were
; reporter; ing? your way soon. Mae Belle] President, Lena Bell elected It's A Jim Walter{ 7/ome"
ing. Bell Cromer
, Baptist ChurchJ. Wheeler. The theme song for Dell, reporter.. President ; vice-
CHURCHHAMPTON James I
I Mrs. Emory. Roberts of Baldwinvisited the year will be, "Jesus.Keep Me[ New Mt. Pisgah AME Church E. Franklin; 1-

with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Near The Cross. M. B. Wheeler, I New Mt. Pisgah AME Church ---

FLA. Griffis Sunday afternoon. reporter. Mr. Eddie Thompkins, Rev. S. W. Richardson
pastor
H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin- principal. will observe Men's Call
Day all
Sunday 21 day
Sept. 8 P.M. .botham and children spent last {Wateroak Elementary Sunday starting at 9:30: a. m. with The Fuel Oil

Saturday night in Maccle any 1 Principal M. E. Roberts asks Sunday 'School. A very fine -
program
with Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rhoden.While all the
parents of the preschoolchildren has been planned by Rev.
there they also went on a to come to Wateroak on Ulysses Clark and others No.
for them

FIRST BAPTIST Church. StarkeRev. fishing Birthday trip.Party for Monday< an organization night Sept. 2.meeting.at 8 p.For. entire chairman day.Prof.Bro.Eddie D. Thompkins L. Aaron,, WO4Kerosene -

Mrs. Arnold Harper, Miss the first time in
the
of
history co-chairman.
Lewis D. Haines Pastor The general public,is
Becky Higdon and Mrs. John the
county
we are trying to bring Invited to attend any or all of
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town North entertained last Friday to you the best in early childhood these services. Mary Helen White,

evening September 12th at the education. Normally the child is reporter.. Oil
Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum 130 home of Mrs. John North with a not supposed to enter school until bit Moriah Methodist Church or Heating

surprise party honoring Ray he is six years old. Principal R bMt.. Moriah
Methodist
SUNDAY Church
SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Burnsed on his 19th birthday a.1erts has made
special -
Rev. ,
arrange.Llents H. J. Blount, pastor held DURING THE 1958-59 WINTER SEASON
niversary. Games I
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. were played with administration and gular cervices on Sunday start-

throughout the evening after is accepting pre-school and very: ing with Church School, Bro.ursery YOUR
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 PAL which cake and punch was servedto young children for the nand Robert Dell In charge. Love Feastu TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLYAND
about thirty guests.
kindergarten program in ed was held at 11 ,a. m.; at 730p.: .
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Newton of cation. She has studied at Florida m. Holy Communion was given by FILLED AS NEEDED
Lake City were dinner guests of A&M University and is
qualified the
pastor. The
members of Pleaured -
AT TIIE'FRIENDLY CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. John North and for this work. She has sec sant Grove worshiped with us CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION

family last Sunday.Mr. I
two other
persons as -assistants and we were also pleased to have
and Mrs. Dan Groves andMr. Mrs. Lillie Mae Riley will serve'IU the Spiritual 'Echoes
from
Pleats

and Mrs. Harry Taylor of : housekeeper for the tiny to sant Grove who, rendered two dvi JEROME JOHNS OIL CO

Macclenny visited with Mrs. Edna while! Amandalene Chandler .
dbeautiful
gra selections for us. The ,
Revival Services Manning afternoon.in Glen St. Mary Sunday uate of RJE will serve as play ispastor asks aD officers, members, : YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER _:

sistant; Principal Roberts will provide ushers and choirs'of both churches :
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Catoe of bf Phone WO
all the educational ac es to worship at New Bethel BaptIst I 4.9711 743 South Walnut St.
Kershaw, S. C. were weekend vines for all the children which in an after service on Sunday

guests of their son-in-law and will Include 22 pupils in the first, night as they close the church and .
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Amos second and third grades. The '
repastor's 'anniversary there. Vera
Bayless Hiway Baptist ChurchSEPT. and
Rollins son. gular meeting of the PTA will beheld Coleman reporter
Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Mrs. .
later by President Beatrice New
Bethel Baptist Church THIS
Henry Griffis carried their bro h- DeSue. This is a meeting to organize New Bethel Baptist Church CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE
er-in-law, Leroy Griffis to a Mac.cJenny the parent of the !
21 THRU SEPT 28 pr reRev.. A. B. Vinson pastor will haveis
doctor on Monday. We school
v. children. Much help services all day Sunday starting

hope 'that Mr. Griffis will soon needed if we are to keep this department with Sunday School at 10 a. m. SET UP ON YOUR LOT
... ". be as well as ever. of the school
.1 open. Supt. S. W. Hankerson in charge.AP' .
t Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Watsonhave
proximately 45 pupils are enrolled morning service at 11 a. m., music + FOR
'f J moved their home to the ,
at the Wateroak
School. M. E.
0. by: choir No. I. Sister Lottie En- ,
black top road, which has madea
f' Roberts, principal. A. Chandler, gush, pianist. The church andpastor's : -
big Improvement for them and -
t reporter. '
4 'f. anniversary will close
.
"" the looks of the community.Mrs. I
,
.
Hampton School
1 .":' with the after service by Rev. H.
'. '>'' < Hattie Nolan and D.
; Mrs. The
: .,: .<;.,.."',dffi. first meeting of the Blount and his congregations
t.: J. Parrislvand daughter Rhondawere will be held
on
Tuesday night: from; bit Moriah and Pleasant
as visitors In Jacksonville Friday -
Sept. 23, at 8 p. m. Pr1nclpalTaylor Grove.

morning. asks all patrons to.be present :: Tonight the RJE faculty will
We are sorry that O. J. Rafusehas that
so the 'officers
new may present a program honoring the
been ill again. Had to havea be elected i
for the President -
new term. .church and pastor. The general]
blood transfusion again on Monday
Jones has served
faithfully public is invited to attend. JoanPA
night and will enter the Duf or many years and would like to I Jenkins, reporter.

f val Medical Center again on Wednesday have some help. Mr. Jones JsoAQ :Allen Chapel AME Church

for treatment. We whim Ish serves as bus duty assistant. I Allen Chapel AME Church Rev Brand New Foundation
a speedy
recovery.
; parents are asked to please attend L A. Sampson pastor will observe
Mrs. Dewey McPherson and this meeting ,as matters of pastorikl
regular
day with
Mrs. Harry Padgett visited in vital importance Including' 'thetust Sunday School. at 10 starting a. m. Supt. TWO ROOMS AND TWO BATHS
Dinsmore last Friday with Irs- school
lt .. campus and building Irene Thomas in charge morning
'.,; a George Hurst. 1 be discused. Mrs. Lizzie W. Sullivan -
worship 11 a. ox, evening
warship
_
Mrs. Hattie Nolan Mrs. C. B. ] reporter. at .6 p. m. Come to Allen ELECTRICAL WIRING ALREADY IN .
Nolan and sons Billy and Bobby
Rev. Alton 'Stevens Palatka Fla. Thurston School 'News. Chapel and see the beautiful new
and Patty Parrish were all day The 'regular PTA meeting will windows. you have helped us to

visitors in Jacksonville last Sat tar- be held on Monday Sept. 22, at 7 start paying for then willuiza be
you
EVANGELIST day. They were joined in the j p. m. sharp. President Lo inspired to help us complete the ONLY 1 LEFT BETTER ACT FAST

afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. RobertJones Brown asks all parents and payments and further improvethe

and family and Billy Bobby, friends of the school to be .,
SONG SERVICE NIGHTLY AT 7:30 present church. Let us make the sanctuary
Patty and Janet Jones all
participated
for a very special message from in which we worship God Can Be Seen On U. S. 301 North of Starke Across From Bradford Furniture
In the "Top TenParty" Dance Co.
PREACHING AT 8:00 principal S. C. Price. Supervisor a beautiful place. -We should always I-
Enroute home they stopped Shell and Jack Trawick sanitation want God to dwell and live
Special Music for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.J. specialist for Bradford PHONE 41 LAKE f'
Every Night County in the presence of the best we can CITY -:- COLLECT
C. Nolan.
Health Department. During the afford. Pastor Sampson thanks .

JIMMY V. CROSBY,. Song Leader Birthday Dinner pre-school planning Mr. Trawick heartily all the citizens of Starke: OR CONTACT

Mrs. Henry Griffis entertained addressed the teachers on com and especially his good members

at her home Sunday September14th munity health problems and dis- for the very fine cooperation they HARTLEY HOUSE MOVER .

PUBLIC INVITED with a birthday dinner honoring cussed the screw.and hook wormshns. have given him during this conference .

her brother. Hershell Jo which are prevalent in our, cora-. pear which is rapidly

Those enjoying this 'event were, mun t1. Principal Price invites an ccming to, a close; Plan now to I LAKE CITY, FLA.

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Honored were Carolyn.Perrj Mrs. liamaafter the meeting., Be i it. kbuwn tint J,, K.- A. Gray, In town
NI' 'f' ON R. L. Brown, W. D. + +-relary cf State of the State oflorida or country. .
IrA r !: Carter Grady Grahanv: Film: At Church ST A de. herebygive notice that ,
Perry, and the Chasens' nephew 'The. Heart is. a'Rebel, latest wrARMo tJENRflAL ELKCTIOX: will be held
ii : E/ID= Billy Bruce of Count, State of Florida
d' Gainesville.! Billy Graham film willbeshc.wn' .
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Present were ,Mr, and, Mrs. W. at the Sunday evening service. ,,8 CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A4AAAAAA Monday in November A. D. 1958, BARGAIN
"a ...AI D. Carter and family, Mr. and p m.at'Hampton.3aptiSt Church ., the said Tuesday.. being' the'Fourth ,) R+
Mrs, Chasen and babyi: Mr. and next, Sunday. September, 21rtIT -of For hn>reRaber United
States
Joan Sweeney Hartley .. .Senator from ,
Sfacwtf For Miss- ,: *: *>*& -t' ** *- t Wrr -
Starting4
Iloaored With' Shower Mrs. Wes Haleck Mr. and Mrs.A. Students To, Classes ,the $Car.. of Ftot ida. IN YOUR BUDGET !
H. Perry- and daughters :Mr. University, of Florida classes Mrs. Owen House entertainedwith For Representative "n Congress -, -
for
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the- EIGHTH Congressional Dis- r j ,' -- \ <-: rt- '
Mrs
: Thornton Hartley the find' Mrs. T, J. Perry and Grady, start next, week. Sept. 22. with a bridal shower last.Friday, trT'i.lo'lr;." ". ,
'
former Joan Sweeney was guest Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simmons, Mr.. Miss Barbara.: Matchett and T.J. ijight, at"their home honoring!Misg'. Court.For.,tw*(!) Justices of the Supreme I

ot: honor at a bridal shower at and Mrs.-Emory Brown and son, Alderman returning to continue e Mary Starling, popular hride-elect,, Judge of the District Court, ofAppPal Depend on the efficient, economical use of electricity -

t Hammton.City. Hall Friday evenIng Mrs. T. F. Brown.. Mr. and Mrs. their studies. daughter, of Mir, and ,Mrs.. .H. .D.: '(or'" the" 'FIP.sl'PI, >ellate Dis- to cut your chore time and increase your
> Sept. 2. itl i.-i. ,
I. Judge Gregory and Joe Mr. and Entering UP as a freshman this Starlip;;. The living' and, 'dining For Two (%y. Railroad and Public farm profits. Modern electricity works for you
Games were played by the 32 Mrs. R. L. Brown all of Hampton: year is. Betty Farkas of Hampton lOOms were beautifully deCOI'&te41ith Utilities' Commissioners.
: guests present for the party with 1 and Mrs. Chasen's father A. L. 1958 graduate of Bradford. High \\ potted plants and summer Fer'On-(1)'Member-of' the Houseof around the clock-performing more than 300
prizes awarded to Miss Norma Saunders of Earleton and Kepresentatires.For jobs for more profitable production processing
Billy SchooL flowers. The' shower table- was (2) Members of the Board of f ,
Sweeney and Mrs. M. P. Misner. Bruce of Gainesville Personals eovetedith- crotcheted' cloth County-Commissioners. packing and preservation of farm products. .
The gift table. covered with Brenda LoU New For Three ) a .Joe, Gregory of Jacksonville and centered with a miniature Board' of Public. Instruction., ,' ,
: lace cloth was centered with a YWA President spent last weekend here, with his umbrella! .(.Games, were played by' (OFFICIAL SEAL)
. bouquet {Of summer flowers stir Miss Brenda Lott parents the guests and Miss Starling In testimony Whereof I have here
was elected Mr. and :Mrs J. S. Ore re unto set my hand and affixed the
: rounding alarge,bride,doll. president: Hampton Baptist gory. ceived' mari lovely' gifts. Mrs. Great Seal of the State of Florida, ."

I ,Refreshments were served from YWAs at their, regular business Mrs. H. C. Jernigan and daughter House W.4. assisted:by Mrs. L. W, at 1st Tallahassee day of August; the.. 1)58.Capital', this the

: a iacercovered: table decorated meeting Monday evening Sept: .of Clearwater spent.last weekend Pace. About 35 guests attended., R: A. Gray, Secretary of State

. with red roses and a crystal punch ember 8,. at the church, f ,, here with her sister andbr.othe1inIaw Mr. ,and:Mrs; P. S. Crews hadas 8J2S-U-9I18!

'. bowl. Hostesses were Mrs. Ruth Miss Shirley Taylor was named Mr. and Mrs. guests last''week; Mr" and Mrs. D 4 /

. Johns Mrs. Grace Searle Mrs. vice-president: and Miss Martha I Raleigh Brannen. Sunday afternoon W. H. Pringle of Auburndale and. la The Circuit t*.rt of the Eighth
Ju ilrll rirrnlt
< of FlorkU
U red
Eellti Gnann. Mrs.. E. S. Sibley Frown, secretary-treasurer. Chair: guests at Brannens. were,Mr. their son and daughter-in-law : fur Bradford County Chancery

: Mrs. Florrie Davis. Mrs. Evelyn men, named by the group were I and Mrs..C. H. Layfield of.Gainesville Mr. and' Mrs.*Spencer Crews of CASE' NO. 1%-6:5; \
In Re
May. Mrs. Sylvia Cox Mrs. Ger- program Miss Nell Williams; Auburndale. Mrt and Mrs. J: B. "HERLv Adoption Minor of RONALD, JOSEPH- ,_, _

: aldine Williams and'Mrs.. Ruth prayer. Miss Amelia Williams; Morris Hines. and his mother Rivers were dinner' guests of'the By,:., EUGENE LEHOV BIRT, and .
. Matchett. publicity Miss Betty Darius: social tlrs, Frances Hines of Trenton Crews, Sunday.. his wife MARY: LEE BIRT.

Five Feted At Miss Alethia Williams; library have, moved to into Wynn,house' Congratulations ORDER OF FIBLICATIOV AM
are in order SOT1CE
TO DKFEXDTO ;
: Birthday Supper and publications, Miss Clair- next, to Hampton Elementary for the, Pete Harrells. They are : Anthony. Gilbert. Heel Gas-
'
Five birthdays were celebratedat nell Cooper. School.. the-proud' port, New York AND Dorothy Manning
parents 'of 9 Jb.
girl
a ,
: 'a fish fry Saturday evening. I i Refreshments of Cokes and Mr,,and Mrs. David Brown are born last Thursday. Both mother known'Marl, whose residence is: Un 0

.. Sept. 13.'at the'home of Mr. an Iccokies: were served to the (group_ building ,a new frame house oniighway and daughter are, doing fine Mr. You. and each of you 'are hereby .

a a 301. just, south of: thehome Barrett still has some cigars sodon't filed notified/ that a' petition has been ....-' '
in
the above )
of Carlos styled Court by
r Musgrove. forget, yours. Eugene Leroy Birt. and his wife, ( +
PROTECT your DRIVER'S license Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon have Com,.,One Come All!: To Th Mary Lee' flirt for 'the adoption of .
nearly completed Ronald Joseph hen, ,. '<
. their new frame FISH FRY Friday, Sept; 26, At And you and each of a minor child. '" 1"" "
house you are hereby
on, their farm property east 6 p. m. BHS Stadium.: Proceeds summoned ordered and 'required to 1
:
BUY o.t Hampton, nearthe E, L. Birt For The New Band Uniforms.. file your answer and defenses to the '
. home. Mr.and petition "la said cause in the offi*. And don't neglect your farm kitchen. a big
of
Mrs. W. C. the "
a Crosby and undersigned: t'lerk'of said
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark and children of. Leesburg and Rev. Court, at Starke. Bradford County farm freezer, electric range, washer, dryer,

a LOW. COST LIABILITY INSURANCE family, have moved into the Leaton sand Mrs. C. A.. Crosby of Penney October Florida;'on 1/58.: or! and"before to the" 6 day of water heater. to lighten your work to -"--"

I r (l. ; -'-' 1a I K Wynn house at, Hampton Farms were supper guests of theO thereof on Theron A. Yawn.serve Jr.,copy.\t- help you ;live better, farm better electrically! j
Lake, next door to torney for the petitioners,
whose
Mr. ,Wynn. : >Crosbys- last Monday. Other iPunt; Office addreSs s
No Membership Fee 6 Mo. Policies Mr. and Mrs. Albeit DuMaine. who visitors of the Crosbys during the Starlce, Florida on or Drawer before' sale 791
; had .been-living there dahl-and ta show : ,
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a. ta Keystone Heights.> have moved evening' were Mr.'- and, Mrs. Roy: said date 'why the cause said on or petition before : .- ;- : B
Tomlinson of New River. should- not be' granted, all
as required '
Mr. 'and Mrs. L. P.Bradley have 'John, and-.Mafion' Barton have by- the laws of Florida and tie Florli "".'. 1, It' I ., :
Sr -' ,
da ,
: DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY moved Church from Street the Claude Mays,houseoo been patients in Division Hospitalat. fail'to Rules dos of :Civil a' dec'r Procedure.''e pro confers If you* ,> _, ,- "V:,h t'' .l' '
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Starke Lake City;.The children had will be1 entered against' you for the -' f 'j--
. ,Mrrf and Mrs. D. ,Ef Hill and pneumonia, but are I-relief, demanded m the petition. l v'F
t. now doing \
This notice shall"
. I were be
daughters published
ones
U la W. Call Street Phone 2S5 overnight; guests fine at homelith"their parents,, each w ei:rfor four, consecutive weeks
. friday.. at the horns co{ Mr. and ;lilt:arid'Mrs Mdrris 'Barton. in the Bradford County Telegraph:. ,

.. Ml'$.",C", C. Hill, in :Pamoria Park i Mrs- Rhoda Dowling returned Witnessmy. hand and the wal of
said'Cuurt
Raleigh Brannen and H. A Lawson ,- 'at' Starke,. Bradford Cuu -
. i to her home at Long Bridge Sun t} Florida this 30 day
(
. .of, Starke.,.went jto' Indiana ,1S3S. ', Jf.August.,
Show day after <
. : tlll. Pmfb in Sti spending last week with (SEAL "te'
last weekend to pick two new CIRCL'IT COURT) '
up her brother:
. srster
; and law
m Mr
,, Darby, Clerk ,
.. 1 1 1 r busses..fortha, Bradford ..Count and .Mrs.. G. I?.. Crews; cuTclurV f said Clr- FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
1 schools:leaving Thursday,by train By: .Charles X Darby, ..... ,
. Mr. ;and M s. G: E. Crews had Clerk. Clerk: ; I I HlLPING'BUILDFL'pRIDA'
. and returning Sunday evening : "('''tK \ '
at '
g ests Last week: Airs. '
. Crews' 9t;! It 9S5!!!
--- ____ I brother-in-law and sister. Mr.d' :
. / t yy yyYYYY'TTTTTTTT..T. an Mrs;: John A. rtob'ertson- of ., .

Sa Knoxville Tenn. Saturday dinner
Ma
., + ) hELL BR'ONN: guests of'the.Crews were Mrs. \

. Mable-lxing and Mrs. Mary Dukes IIftetlf
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By Bin. Harvey1 McCarthy of Jacksonville. Mr.: and Mrs. I.. ?

: FRIDAY SATURDAY SEPT. 5, 6 LAA... ... .. &....A...& C. demons' of Gainesville and Mr;; ( .
and'bil's J
Mallette Hale and ,son; f /r
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- Howdy Neighbors and 'a' very Dannie of'Lake, Butler. 'I i r

. 1 pleasant autumn to each of you. Mrs. Perry Buckholtz,and Mrs. .' ::57l/S8

.. Monday September 22nd will begin Loretta BuckhoHz "Lawtey were

S the third season of the year, guestsof: Mrs. Perry Buckholtz's

. between summer and- winter. parents !.fit;- and'Mrs. J. H. .. I
a rye Congratulations are extended d I Monds Monday afternoon.

I I. to Mr; and Mrs.' DavJti Moyer of JoeHarden ..of Wah'itchit'kaspent ,. ) ,. '.lAg a f',

. Washington. D. C., who are the the- week with hisu mother "
S proud parents of- a handsome 7!& Mrs.. Lcuise Harden. He" and : Ask about our ",;'ltiY f

S I l b. baby boy born Sept. 9th and br other- Steve will enter 'Murray
. \ WRITTEN GUARANTEE! .i'15''
'b' "' >
named Bruce David. Mrs. Mob'er State College in Kentucky next "
SS is the former Miss Emilene Kelly week. '

. daughter of Mr. and +. i Iw s ,.i -
. Mrs. Annie Kelly. May Mrs. Ray Cooper and N
. ? God bless this fine baby and jt'swcnderfut hen'mother, Mrs; Greene and Mrs.

.. 1 ., parents always. C'harley ..Bumett attended'church
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. i ia Everyone enjoyed the Church fA Mt. Zion Saturday 'and Sun;

. i Social last Thursday evening! at t, day ,
U which time hamburgers;,with all j Community Club Meets

.. 1 the trimmings and homemade ice The, Community Club held Its

cream were served, regular meeting at the home of
.. ... r ..tU Heilbronn Church" again wel Mrs. Ray Cooper last Tuesday

. comes and invites you and your with president Mrs. M. Zigler

: .;, ,"" 'ter family to be with it's people; at presiding. The home was 'decorated t
: \V the appointed,'time. Pine preach ,,with summer flowers and ''i rt

: .. RCA Victor Donley. Big value in ing every. Sunday moping and after the meeting refreshmentswere ,. !4
: table TV. 262 sq. in. pictur. BoU evening by ouipastor. Rev.. Walter. served. Get fh'e new

. arced Fidelity fM Sound. PoH-push Lee, wonderful congregational Mr. and- Mrs. Ernie. Johns of '

: i" .,. on-off twitch with Stay-Set volume singing with .Chorister, Russell Heilbronn were guests of her sis

controL Tronforroef.powered chassis \ Redding assisted. by .Mrs. R. L"; ter and brother-in-law, Mr, and ., L5

: : with Improved weak signal reception. Morgan Jimmie Lee and Little Mrs.Charley Burnett Sunday

S syi'', Tubs-saving' power surge renitor.. Ray Norman ,and the talented afternoon. 1
: !, Printed circuits.AvoilabJe inj fLl h i Miss Barbar Jean Norman at the Mr. and Mrs. William Brown

21T91y' piano. Special Singers, Miss Joyce and daughters attended a' housewarming

S ,;, Morgan, Miss Pelvene Morgan, .for Mr. and 'Mrs." Cecil f !b wt.

. Miss Linda Gaskins and Miss Bar Rowe last Friday night. Mrs. Rowe

.. 19- bara' Jean Norman Prayer Meeting l it ,the daughter''of Mr; and Mrs ,
U every Wednesday evening.Come Brown. xM G f ,
iou
.. ..-'- as often and: whenever Mr., and Mrs;rO..S. Crosby and iG95

S can.Sorry children visited relatives,.in Gainesville ,
. 1S I to report that Mrs. Gladys! Sunday; r '
Green is in Size 7. 0x14 rayon, ; ; r
/ Bradford Mrs. Fred'
County Hos- ; Henischen and
: ; See The New RCAStercoOrthophonic petal Please! : pray in her behalf. daughter Linda tof Jacksonville .; blackwatVpIus tax _

. : Mr, andiMrs.JV-A. Solano and spent the weekend';:' with her ter' wad.. rwappable lira I # r

: ; Hi Fi Mrs. Bobby Kite visited Mr. and. brother and"sister-uvlaw, Mr! andMrs. tt: .1UI'a.- l : )1 .tc
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. ,Record Bob Lane in Gainesville Wednes ,I .: My C;. Roberts. _" j I. ,3-1? Triple-Tempered, Cord makes these tires stronger. -> / .
day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Quitt and t ,
Tubeless construction means no' tube to pinch chafe or
: Sunday guests of Mr. :I c children f f
Player In Our Showroom and Mrs: -Jacksonville' spent the d
Freeman Crosby were Mra and ] weekend with her parents, i bar. blow out i no-tube:to-build up heat You get k longer t

cS r Mrs. Edd Walker and-daughter of and Mrs. Cecil Addison. lasting; cooler running 14" tubeless tire for your '57 or '58 ,
Jacksonville. We sOrrf'that' f, y
< are Mrs. Ursell .
: Call WO' 4-6901 For Free Home Miss Joyce Morgan and Miss Edward's father Mr. Mizelle, .is .at'tool saving-! '
:
'. i-\< !& Delvene Morgan spent the, weekend seriously ill in Lake Butler hos NO DOWN PAYMENT NEEDED WITH '
: DemonstrationTU with relatives: in, St.,,Peter pital. We all wish him a speedy y y-

. ,' 4 burg. recovery,: I >' TRADED-lN TIRES, r rx : )

S. Mrs. Cornelius Moore and There will be a revival meet 'i ,

daughter; Jean.attended. a family ing at Bayless., Highway Baptist C
SI ,. :
J.j CHfCK:
get-together I YOURSIZE AND SAVE!
III Saturday athe Church beginning Sunday, Sep t'. .
1 I -
a home of Mrs. Jimmie Simmons, 2 at 7:30 p. m. Everybody Is invited .. ,

. south of Starke Delicious barbecue toattend these me tings.t "tn U"Tubeles$ 14"Tubeles$ U"Tubeles 14"Tubeles! .

Rr Ra C ] and chicken friends was enjoyed bit family for the interestingreport .on the 'BlackwaU Whitewall, Blackwall Wbitewall a : ; #
: fit31Baylis' '
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IT itRaYoa 3.T N'Iont 3'T Nllont
Keith ,Reddish visited in Gainesville i- first High School PTA meeting ,
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i one day last week. by Publicity Chairman, Mrs> Cornelius ,..a7.h14

ar oervice Miss Marilyn. Cox returned I to :: Moore. ,j.May j. $19.99 $? .60 $25,15 $O.80

the UniversitjNin Gainesville Fri : God: always be' with you MADE WITH

a day for the orientation week. >and yours.. .Bye-noal. soolli4 22.25 27.25 27. 5 33.15 .

=, All Work Guaranteed Free Estimate This week is set aside for tfae; I/Ik* Near "cJ;"e{ frarfli ''Aid, f;" 3-T RAYON CORD OR
e, freshman class'to become familiar Bradford C...tT. rierida.; a.SOxlC 24.48 ZL90 30.20 36.95
with the school and In Rer Estate" ;of. Philip Martlnedu.XOTICF3 [ ,3.T NYLON CORDIA .
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faculty.: Miss dereacld. ,
:' Fully Cox was chosen to be a Group off PIIJNO .PETITION '. pocfj pki)tax::11f! cappatt( tire.- 4 ,

a'r, Leader for the' newcomersthis since FOR FI.YAL. DISCHARGE OF!. -:
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EXECUTRIX ,
'' is her second year at the UnlverSty. To AH Whom It. May Concern:' MORE... PEOPLE, RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND!
.: Her brother, Pearson. will Notice is: herebY c1teD that I hare t" I' ,' i'- '
filed final
my returns as executrix
f leave Sunday for Gainesville and of* the estate of Philip :
: SHEPHERD'S RADIO & If both students will begin: their defeated lion ;'that'I'' hv filed my pet 1- 1 I

studies Monday. > will for apply final to the discharge Honaroble and 'TberonA that I I

INMAN D. GREEN' One Mrs; Ants Jones of Tampa 'arrived ;" Yswa, 'CbuntrJ.JII Of BradfordOeuBty ,

. Tuesday of this week 4 ,to 1(58 t at,,, 10:04 Florid. on: SeptemberS t. 1.I $ : -
m. m- for approral: Service Station T Tat
TV Radio .- Seat Covers: Upholstering visit her niece Mrs. Bill Reddish the'same' and for final discharge as GOODMAN'S i
and family. eTM-utrir-or theestate'ot.Phi tip'Jiirtiixau -
. ti i de.. ased-' '
.I Phone WO 4-6901 I .
Sttrke, Flau Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lane of '1>Atrd this -tDnt 27,'" 195r'5larke. r' 1 : SEEBER D. GOOD3IAN--
J. J Gainesville jnsited 'UradffTd' .Codnty, Florida. I
Kit and Mrs.W ;
r,, Color .T.V. Headquarters A. Solano Monday eveniaj of ilir. -5t'Mar"arf.MirtiAein yaret Marttieau, "Cxecn'trlr, ''cf .. : '( till U. S. 301 at South City Limits

. this week. t the '..siitept.1ip'Sfartlneau, de-* !I I --P------ I
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!!!- MrS._Cleoil Hazen of Starke !YY : m1 Y 'l IJ.Y' BL Z. Reddish.were IHr..and.MJ's. weekend '1 t ..: !i along the Easterly, right-of-way !I aver or'defense to the Complaint tive weeks- in the B'aflfori- Poui'y

YTTTT1BROOKER visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowells, E.. R.- Rowe. and great grandson. Mrs. Mere Clark is expecting i line'of of said 62f State feet Read 16 a distance I I in said cause in the office of the un- Telegraph, a 'newifeipii1 '})o i.. ., in'
to the
Wednesday.Guy point ofl Idersigned Clerk of rf the said Courtat Bradford County Florida and having
Mark Midden cf Gainesville and
LAWTEYrfy beginning,
her eon to arrive home this week- lying in Section 20, Star.e, Bradford County Florida a general circulation in \11' ,.
Johnson of Georgia visited Mr. and Mrs L. W Baldwin, of end'from Township 6 South Range 22 East.-, on or before *'
i. .t Japan. He has been stationed the 21st GREETINGS
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-- Mrs H. E. Stokes and family re Starke. : You are hereby not- :I ItiaS and to serve a copy thereof en said Circuit Court of Bradford Coun-
Barbara Sue Davis in 18 ified that
By Hn. Japan months. a suit in
Joyce T. Watch equity has been iTheron
A.
cently. Yawn. Jr. plaintiffs' atI ty, Florida and the seal of saidCourt
Hester'rocks
r J. j Mrs. spent from Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Harden- : brought against yen and each of'you |torney I whore address is: Post Office at Starke, Bradferi County
/!!.YYY..YY..YY.YYY9.. Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson are AAAA A AAA AAAA IAALUA Thursday until Monday with her brcok'-visited as as plaintiff defendants, by Luther G. Powell Drawer 791, Starke, Florida on or I Florida on this 10th day of September
Mr. Jessie in the I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cassey:. Atkinson and Mrs. above entitled (before said date; as required by the AD. 1958
sister, Mrs. Marion Marrs in Jack Court
Roy Green pisited :Mr. and,Mr$. Rev", and Mrs. Earl Moses of Hardenbrook'of Colley Road Sun and cause; that the relief flaws i of Florida and the Florida Rules (Seal of the Circuit Court)
J. T.: Taylor'inPalatb, recently: in Apopka this week: Cas- Jacksonville dinner sonvilleMr. ; day afternoon. sought from and In said suit is to remove clouds I! of Civil Procedure. If you fail to do CHARLES A. DARBY
were Sunday Sgt. Hardenbrook quiet 1
and
Bedia sey is a patient in the Winter : and Mrs. P. Li Dinkins, ac- plaintiffs' confirm the so a decree pro confesso will be entered Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Mrs. Connley of' Talla hospital. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. Jot Phil- will""' be stationed at Fort Camp- lands title to the above described against you for the relief de- Bradford County, Florida.
hassee visited Mrs. Mattie Sowells garden lips. Rev. Moses was the speaker companied by Mr. and Mrs. Horace bell Ky. after' leave. Sgt. Hard title thereto as an indefeasible fee simple I manded in the Complaint Theron A. Yawn. Jr., Attorney for
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton against you and each of IT
C Morgan Cox of Jacksonville, were IS HEREBY ORDERED that plaintiff Post Office Drawer 711.
a few days last week'and while Jr. and family of Starke and Mrs. at both services at the First Bap- enbrook'and family were stationedin you ordered; and you are hereby summoned, this order and notice shall be published Starke, Florida,
here they attended meeting of tist Church. |weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mannheim, Germany before arriving and required to file your an- once each week for four consecu- '.11 4t I"-.
Iva McKinney of Auburadale .7
were Paul Dinkins in St. Augustine.Mrs. -
New Hope over:. the, ,weekend, Mrs. in the states. They have
the Sunday luncheon guests of Robert Meyers and daughter ,,
J; O, PonS and son of '
visited
also friends and relativesin

Mr Ocala and Plant Mrs. City J. W.and Forsythe letha. the Mr.C.and L. Atkinson Mri.Marshall family.Mott'ofLakeland this of week Jacksonville with Mrs. Mattie are spending Carter Tallahassee, Mr. and are Mrs.visiting Bryant her Red-parents two Boatdrain sons;' Baptist Church THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE

Mr. and Mrs. Hershal and family., disl h. Sunday School 10 ajn.. Morn
of Tampa and' Dr. Davis of >.Alabama Laifield and children of Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. J. 'D. Clark and Miss Mary Julia Futch. who Is ing Worship 11 a. m.. Training

were the weekend'guests of \ille. Mr. and Mrs.; Jack' Simmons' daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. teaching at Chaires near Tallahassee Union, 7 p." m.- Evening- Service;

Mrs.Thursday Mattie luncheon Sowells recently.guests of ')if the Mountie Oak section, and Pitt Newsome in the Pine Level spent the weekend with 8. p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Re-elect E. L. Crawford

Mrs. Mattie Sowells were Mr. and Mrs. Amanda Wilkerson and Community. her mother Mrs. Joyce Futch.I05 night, 7:30: ,p-; m. Pastor Rev

Mrs. Warner Mott of Hague. Mrs. daughter Carlene were Saturday Come One! Come All! To The Mr. and Mrs.. O. J. Phillips Or ville' Brookins. Everyone welcome -

Bedia Connely of Tallahassee and guests of Mr. and Mrs Noon Mott, FISH FRY Friday Sept. 26 At spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. good preaching

Mrs. S. M. Mott. and Carlene Wilkerson' remained 6 p: m. BUS Stadium. ProceedsFor Leslie Phillips and sons in Cal- NOTICE TO CREDITORS YOUR COUNTY CQMMISSIONER DISTRICT TWO
with her grandparents for a few The New Band Uniforms. lahan. Fonda StatBtr
Mrs. H. P. Gainey Mrs. Mattie la The Court Of The County BRADFORD
Judge
days visit. COUNTY AT LARGE
Sowells, Mrs. Bedia Connely and Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville Among those attending the Don Bradford County, Florida,

'Mra. S, M.. Mott attended church It is wonderful to go back and was the weekend guest of Brandeis, revival this week were IB Probate.
'' In re: Ertat'of'J: Trey Lynn-,- De-
I review' the past In old' farnffiafiurroundings. her Mr: and Mrs. Joe Starling and JO Years Proven
services at FaIrbanks. Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. CHarley ceased. Aggressive Leadership in The Development -
night and later visited Rev and : That is what Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Te All Creditor Aad Penoma HT-
.nd 'Mrs T. B. \Uff Claim or Drmaodi Against
Edwards did Mon
Mrs. R. R. Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginboth- Moore and daughter Mrs: Hattie Maid Entatei
day afternoon in the Lake Butler You and each of and Progress of Bradford
Darley Mrs. Joyce Futch, Mrs yoij are hereby County
Come On! Come ,All! To The section when : I am and; daughters of ,Maxville _. notified' and" reqnnrd to presentany
\ they visited the old
FI H FRY Friday, Sept. 26, At visited Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Star- 5rUng Bennett and son, Misses claims and demands which you,
original homes where they wereraised. >Enza Blanchard, Elizabeth Terry or either of you may have against
6 p. m, BUS Stadium. Proceeds Listening to the tales of: on Saturday evening. rr the _est4te( of J. Troy Lynn, deceased -
Siva Prescott, Mary Julia Flitch, late of said
For The New Band Uniforms. MaW Prevatt Jacksonville County, to the
by gone days were two of their of County Judge of Bradford
and Terry Futch of Starke. County,
Mr. and Mrs Joe of '
Victory daughters Mrs. ',Eva Harrell''and is spending this week with hismother Florlda, at his office in the court
Mr. and Mrs. Dizoh' Mr ,
Riley : house of' said
Alachua were Saturday lunch- County at StarKe
Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton. A tired Mrs. Senie Prevatt.. and. Mrsv C. W. Tatum and Mr. Florida, within elg ,t calendar I HIGHWAYS t t' Secondary Roads
eon ,
guests of the G. W. Davis '
couple were the Edwards as they Mrs. H;. J. Williams Mrs. H.,C. W. monthsfrom the time of the first
family and the Davises were visit- and El Gault and son, attend- publication of this notice. Each
returned home to Brooker in the Harley. and James Donn, are patients claim or demand shall be in wi'itIng. *
the funeral of Rev. E. F. Hammond *
ed 'by the Osteens of New- Drainage -
Perry *
late afternon but_ very'happy: in, hospitals In Starke,, in Daytona Beach Thurs:' and shall state the place of Mosquito Control
residence and' '
berry. post'office address
: Mrs. R. T. Taylor of'Worthing-j Mr. and Mrs. Everitt* Flitch", day: of the claimant and shall be swornto

Edna Mae Russ and Reba Glad- ton and Mrs. Warren MtzelK Ann and Andy Padgett were M '. and' Mrs. Carl Griffis and by the claimant, his agent, or Hospital l Forest Fire Control
,
din of Lacoochee visited the Ned attorney and any such claim or demand -
visited Mrs. Tanner Davis in Ala Saturday'guests of Mrs. Lottie son left Saturday for a vacation not so filed shall be void.
Hicks family, and friends here chua ,Monday.Mr. Padgett in Marietta H. Carl Lynn, Sr., As administration .: '.. -
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over the weekend. which they will spend with Mr of the Estate! of J. Welfare : .y .,., Other Worthy Projects
and Mrs. R. T. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carltonand and Mrs. Lynn Owens in Raleigh, Troy Lynn, deceased. \ .
Dave Gloover ,of Jacksonvilleand sons of Jacksonville First publication Sept. 11, 1958.
son, Van Dyke of Worthingtonand were N. C., and with other relative,
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his brother of Gainesville 4t 10-2
here for a weekend
Ellis Taylor of Orlando visit with Mr.
were in Alabama. Tennessee, and Mississlppi. -
visited the G. W. Davis family the Sunday luncheon, ..guests of and Mrs. Frank Cruce and fan la The County Jadce*' Codrt.'la/Aad .: \
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. For Bradford CoiBty' Florida-
Green left the Warren Mizelle famHy.v., ily.Mr Ray Reddish'who. is a teacher In Re: Estate of Joe Rouse, de-
Mary Tuesdayfor
The Executive .arid Mrs. Rkhard Barrett I I ceased. : ,
Board of the in, Robert E. Lee High School hi .

,an D.indefinite C. with stay relatives.in Washington !Brooker Garden Club met Monday and family of the State Farm Jacksonville, was the, weekend I (NOTICE creators'TO of ,,the CBEMTOR8I estate of Joe Tliis k Your County Your Office Your Tax Dollar

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis night at the home of Mrs. Anne spent Saturday with Mr.,and Mrs. guest of his parents. Mr, and Mrs Rouse;, deceased, are hereby I''notifiedand -
Leoi Wilkersdn. required file any claims or
Kleinman to make"plans for } ;: .
Bryant .Reddish.
and children of Jacksonville were demands which fftejr may have againstsaid
Emery
coming year's activities: Those Sparkman of Jacksonville : estate In the office of'
Mr and Mrs. D. H.< Crawfordand ) the county
the luncheon guests of Mr. and present were Mrs. Dave Green, was the Sunday dinner:guest family of Hampton visited' judg of Bradford County, Florida Choose wisely the man you select for your County
Mrs. Pitt Baxter Sunday.Mr. of Mr: in the courthouse al' StarkeFloriday ,
and
Mrs. Dan
Mrs. Kleinman, Mrs Ruth Mizelle Starling.'He Mrs. Gecrgia Ann 3ap Tuesdae within eight' calendar months from Commissioner District Two. If re-elected I will
and Mrs. T. W. and also visited continue
Markey and Mrs. Lucile Edwards. I other friends afternoon. thft' date of the first publication-- of .

Mrs. Frank Tinney visited Mr The Home Demonstration. here.Mr. Mrs": G. W.,Roberts:spent,from' this must nonce.be' la",Each writing claim an{'or must demand state to work for the improvement of District Two, as
and Mrs. R. K. Dukes in Lake and Mrs"Clifton Smith of the place residence
met Wednesday"afternoon at'''th e Thursday uhtir-Monday:'with' her: ; or and postoftlceaddrell ,
Butler Wednesday. I JacksonviHe werethe of thg claimant and must be well Bradford '
Saturday as County asa whole.
Brooker Community Center.' Mrs brother Charles Tatum..an' fam swotn to by the claimant his agent, ,'
Mrs. S. M. Mott has returned Wiggins the president presided at overnight guests. Mr and Mrs. ily. While there she caught' afoot 7'' or hhl attorney, or it will become void :
home after visiting her sister Mrs, Paul Bennett"and .daughters. according to' law. _j
the 2 inch Sail .
meeting. Miss Dorothy Ross fish.-
| August 26, 1958. ,
R. J. Waters in Dundee and her the H. D. agent demonstrated the Saturday guests of Rev. and Evangelist Donald Bf andets and-' Lula F. Hutto. Administratrix CTA I sincerely solicit your active support between now and r.\r

son, Pasco Mott and family in Mrs. H. J. Williams were Mr. and of the Estate/'Joe Rouse, deceased "tf 1
Ta1latllsseand I
of cake mix for Elbert cf
Aldridge
usage a muffins ,
First publication Sept. 30, and humbly appreciate VOTE Election .
Gainesville.Mr Mrs. T. A. Parker Mr. on August 28, your on -
and Mrs.
rclls, cake for biscuits. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starlingand 1958. 1

and Mrs. Allen Lewis of Members present were Mrs. Owen Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Dar- daughter, were supper guestsof 8128[ 4t 818| Day. '

Gainesville were the weekend Rosie Pinholster, Mrs. W. T. Blair rell Bass, and Mrs. Betty Jean Miss Elizabeth Terry Sunday. CALL FOB BIDS
guests of Mrs. Amanda Lewis. Smith' of Jacksonville; afternoon. NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL
and her mother
Mrs. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs Walter Wilkisonwere PROPERTIES THANKS ... E. L. CRAWFORD
Mrs. Mattie Barry !Is visiting Mrs. J. H. Sowells, Mrs. T. W. the Mrs. Or E. Strickland was Sunday Starke, Florida
in Conneticutt ;for a" few days. I weekend guests of Mr.r of Sealed bids will be received by the
Markey, Mrs Dave Green Mrs.IT'S guests r'sister, Miss
Board of
and Mrs.. Cecil Dobbs and family Public Instruction of Brad
in Jacksonville. Elizabeth. -' Terry.. They visited'o County, Florida, at the office 1i (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
other sister, MrG. 'W. Durham r the Superintendent of Public In-
The Tom Normans' of'Macclel!- | "truction in Starke.'Florida, up to:
and family in Jacksonville 10 clock A.M.
ny visited the Leonard Prevatt duringthe EST Monday, Oct.
afternoon. 6. 1958, at which time and place all
family on. Sunday. bids will be publicly*opened and.read .
SOiiqd1 Archie Crews spent Saturday Friends cf Mrt. Susie Prevatt aloud for any or all of the following> I ShM : :the Profits In. Stark
items
of school
night with Mr. and MrsMarkleePadgett ; will regret to learn that she suf- Bradford High property School: Farm

and son in Clay Hill. feredTa"hearf attack'on'Saturday': Timber Land

I They,_brought him home Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and The North half of the North halfof
Sunday Section four (4)) !in' township six i ,
i and were dinner guests of M rand daughter; the Wilbur\ Bells, Mrs. ((6) South Range twenty-two (Z E!) 1 +

Mrs.; Theodore Crews. Other j Lizzie Prevatt and family of Jack- leas east contain 160 acres' more or

guests of the Crews were the J. sonvffle visited het- on" Sunday- : Heilbronn Springs School Site

t T. Padgetts of Heilbronn. Weekend guests of Mr. and-Mr S. ,I That portion of the Southwest
quarter (NEtf) lying' north or highway Z 1M' syrl
Mr. and Mrs. George Kersey E.J.GurthiewereMrs..Gurthiej S 229-A and west of grade road t h6'/ -

and family of Starke spent Sun- trade1 ald'afttrf.Mrrrnnd'MCS.' J.t Iin Section 35, Township five (5)i
.South, Range twenty-one (21) east
day with Mr. and Mrs. R. L,Bradley FA Dodd her sister- Mrs.. MattCamp containing: 38 acres more or less.
DRIVE IN l and family. Delmar Dodd: Kenneth',' "Alfcd.;' that portion'of the northwestuarter e 0
Ti lER
(XWiiy! of the Southeastquarter
j Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee'; and Dodd. Jane' Wayman all of A I- |[ (SEA) lying north of Highway
family enjoyed a trip to Ocala larila, Ga., and'Mt; and" Mrs; Ii: %29In Section thirty-five (35), Fri.
j Township five (5): South Range Sat.Sept. .
and Lady Lake Sunday,. V Gurthie- of Jacksonville. [[ twenty-one (21) East containing ,

_I ITo Mr. and Mrs. Harley Waldronand Rev. Moses To' Speak: one .acre more or less.Kew'Blver 19, 20

Use Our, family of Miami came Saturday At Baptist Church: I I Three room frame School school Building building,' .

for a visit with"the RobertWaldron Rev: R: Earl'Moses recently!' of| buildings only.
Drive-in. DI! family. the Woodlawn Baptist Church of Each bid for any 'item of property '
Try must be accompanied by a check or
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice Jacksonville; and ,formerly a missionary cash in the amount of five per refit t )

visited Mr, Jim Godwin in Max- 'In' Kentucky'arid Ten 1S- of Instruction base bid.of The Bradford Board County of Public reserves 1REiO' FREEZE

ville Sunday. see-who.has been recently calledas the right to waive informal-j

Pofronizryotrr Horned-Owned'Bank Guests of Mr. and Mrs. FredMoore pastor, will; be. the speaker at i|all ties bids.in any Details bid and concerning to reject property any or

during the weekend were: the First Baptist Church of Law- to be sold may be obtained from the

Mr. and Mrs. David Moore of 1 fey this Sunday at 11 a. m. and : ffice of the County Superintendent.

Member\ Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.: 8'p: m. The pubfltfls invited to attend The of Board Bradford of Public County Instruction, ,1<' i t

Billy Torode and'sbn" or Ga11'i8' = services: By'H.' P. Morgan, a't _

'I Secretary C s .
9-11 4t 10-2'
3% Interest Paid on-Saving* Deposits ville.Mr.. and'Mrs. Cedric Rosier and Y..; t Y tY rTTTTTTT .

family visited Mr. and Mrs. Carson : la The Circuit Coart Of The Eighth

Griffis and daughter itf High: GRIFFIS LOOP Judicial For Bradford Circuit Of'Florida la Aad ,
CO..fT. laCase Ch1Uttttr:

Community State Bank of Starker land.Commodore Crews who hasbeen | LUTHER G. POWELL, Plaintiff No. 12-6 vs.30
Br Vertfcr Anderson"! W; ArBLVIN., et al 1, Defendants.
a patient in W. T. Edwards SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
Hospital in Tallahassee for sometime Order Of Poblleatloa'Aad Notice To

returned to his home on| Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins IN THE NAME Defend OF THE STATE OF
l7 13 Thursdays; Mr. and Mrs.. LouieCrews FLORIDA, TO ,
of' Starke visited him-and:|''and' daughter, LInda' and dau' ft-' ': E4"'dd N. Dickerson[ ; Mary Caro- -
daughter-Javv, Mrs: Ray BrOot'In.cs > me1 Dickerson; James! T. Snuffer and
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his family on Sunday. John McRae, individually and as ',i ,
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guests of-Mrr acd-Mrsr enjoyed a fishing trip at Cedar Trustees: of, the Florida Railroad :; grrra i
Sunday i
: key Saturday and caught lots of Company, also known'' as the Atlantic. t 1 t ii i
t f fish. Gulf and West India Transit Company -
Tim Rodgers. Mrs. Mattie Barryand ,
; Simon J. Temple; J. M. Tru-
Mrs;! Lottie Edwards. Boatdraln Baptist Church Home by; Mary E Truby;.W. Ellery Davis;

The neat meeting will be. thf Coming will be the first Sundai.October [ Gecrge Bessie M.R. Foster Davis;; W.James X A.Baldwin Marvin; I

first Wednesday in October. Anyone |nt Oct. S. We"would like"? Leonard Haynes; Isaac Epplnger;; .
Interested In Joining Is Invited to see all of our friends and mem- John K Russell; S. J. Sternberg;...4JJ.- '' ;i
i gie r
Sternberg Ii r
; J. Strong;
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i to do so. Ttteer 2"-pr m; crs- there Pl' Strbtig' ; N.' T. RitRay ;h; t !

Dr. and Mrs. Willie Clemmonsof Mrs. Edgar Dukes and Mrs. Celia carter; j: C. Carter,

I II Miami visited Mrs. Rosie inBrobkins) visited Mrs':' Brookins.nd '' era Madallne; Louis P.J.Southers Glover; Edwin C., E.' Robinson South--

holster several days last week a in-laws Rev. and Mrs. Orville. ; Sarah R. Robinson; and Alan-
the big meeting at'New[ Brookins this week.- son Hercules" ;and Vergie Hercules if
attended ; iiile, and if dead, then his unknown N :
Hope Church. Edward'' Green was home' on I heirs devisees, legatees, grantors r } gar I

I Troy Andrews and family of leave- for 10 days from U. S. Navy, lIenor claiming, creditors any interest'or other in the persons hretn

Morriston was the Monday luncheon He is stationed Georgia. after described property by, through, t'1III
II I
Terrific Power in; I under or against each such deceased,, -'J1 ,
QI guests'of Mrs. Rosie Pmhlster.Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs' Millard Keith .
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the Florida Railroad'' Company, also ,
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Mamie Clemmons and Edd and baby1 were' gu st$ of Mrs known as the Atlantic Gulf and West .

I SrnaI/PiqeI Ia Pinholster of Jacksonville visited. Keith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.[ India Transit Company, a oorpora- II .
t > ; tien; the Florida Land and hnmf
cra-
Mrs. Rose Pinholster recently.Mr. !Ralph 1 Gainey7 lion;\ Company of Florida, a corporation : ..
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and'Mrs. M. D. Harrell and A house warming was given in and the officers trustees and '. I :, ,., '''.;".'/,,' r ;,

Like to ht athlete, a good automobile batterv must I daughter: .Sharon'ami- Mrs 3vfthonorof'Mr;and'MrS Cecil'Rowc corporation liquidators !;of their each successors ef the aforesaid> ID ia- .' ..'-- I }.'(::' "" ",

have-r.jv.rr; c1iII Harrell were the weekend guests: Friday night by Mrs. Rowe's sis- terest, assigns, creditors, lienors. and .,.. ;;:.Arm. f.i'< -

emergency power, to get youlstartearun3er i CW1. of Mr. and Mrs., Paul Emery In! ters. Mkscs Shfrfey1 and Ernestine ether claimant by through, underor w ....:..4'h. .. "" < "" ., :, ..,...t.<, ) },'w'/fNxBM. 8-
I conditions.. and it alsg must v4 s yii g power,so yOU I against either of the aforesaid .. .,.,'",. .":,'f.' <:t.' -" .Ib It.}..t"A':{1.-: .t<'<<4- :<. 2 988'
Brown.
Palatka. I corporations' and ">> : /" ''1' j
: al} other ., ; : ,,
can depend on it after : persons l."w! W: .." U*<*:' **:#''', "'"" '..:.fc''''.; '../.?: : ''' ,;,/ $
<
year year claiming ?sv
Mr. and'Mrs.. W. T. Blair and Sunday, School mass meetmrwID. any interest In the property &; ;Ju.* two sW j .. '
PhilHp$66Trop-Artic Batteries. pveyouIwA lands of.. DeLeath'' hereinafter described' by, through, '*: ':,,?'..d"u''' separate'< ,.,fyitem: <. ,< )
Schley be "
daughter. / '
at1
: Evergreen .
Mrs. Baptist' under or against them either of : .i.- .
I power. ant lots of jtl! Silver plated ends help preserve: I Jacksonville enjoyed boating and Church this Thursday night Sept. them; and all other persons or claiming! I 'm..L; <<''''-4--fnh''', #" 3ft.Mt': >>". ...,..;...., / ". '.J" .

the Dower of your Phillips 66 TropBattery.: You swimming at Salt Springs.he : over 18:Lets aU..gtf and-vdn the baftnerijgain. In any or right to the title following or Interest describee whatever..,}an la ,_:.Q..::: ....<..'fj"-' ':'',/'''''',>'':,om.. ... ".."._"'06'''>'"'.'.,.-$t ,...f...: .-or N ."y/ ,,7>.;>'Y-f.1fIi'
8I ***c protcttioaef': "8'wnttcu putJinttR weekend situate in ., .r. <:'a'rG" ', c 'i : ..,..1if>j: .
Hope_ to see all the mem: .- Bradford- ,County Florida, ""'.J..v/ .. .y"<"J7/:'F"M. ,.. '\. ,' : W,",
Let your Phillips .66 Dealer take cars of posent r Garden Club MeetingThe bers of Boatdrain. there. t*:mr ? '' ..; 'J '9 J'4 ''%lf} .
'jfiJ For a point of reference begin at i"FOR'NYHAT"
battery. He'll supply it'with' water, tfcedc nma1s,, Brooker Garden Club win. Mndbers- of' DoaWram Baptist the Northwest corner of the Northeast ii i.W HOTP01HT DIFFERENCE

recharge it if necessary. And when you need a replacement V hold a regular meting Mondaynight Church attended. the dedication Quarter (NEB) of the No rthsectlon-

I he can sa p1j'apcw ulri: >evi PI 'Il'ps 66 Trop-A t If I at ,7:30: att he CommunityCenter of the new Kingstey Lake-BaptistChUfch. east 20, Township Quarter ((NE South.%) of Range 22 r (Similar to above Model 128ETS12))

Batteiy. alatteiy youcan really depend o Sept 22. .' .. East and run thence South 0 degrees -

A TndemultrI As I am now enrolled at the Baptismal'' services for candi 613 47.' minutes'feet West a distanceof I MONEY '
f to a point on the I NO{ DOWN WITH TRADE 3.25 Per Week
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University Floriaa
rwffl'coTbeam dates; who" calve duringr RevltaT| &cl..lrtightof.way: line oTStaTiRoad

going-'to continue my col- Services at.B tdrairi.* were held beginning.. II. which From Is such the point point of ot: :: .. ....
Jerome_. John QQ Co., DistribatorStarke. K able to call on you for news but at Kingsley Lake Snday afternoon. beginning run North 85 degrees 4ED9.3 '

I ((667 FU. 6r I umn with the help of you* dill Sorlces "wereT ond &( by Re'vt minute East a distance of !
feet to a point; thence South 20 : I
readers. Please- leave news at my Orville Brookins pastor of Boatdegrees 38 minutes East a distant! : IINHLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
home or call my mother _after'' araiai Baptist Church', : of U7 feet to a.point; thenceStrath

J 6 in afternoon at 2252. She will Mrs. Nora Clark was guest i of: a distance 85 degrees of %01.-42% feet minutes to a p"lni Wht1:

-l! be glad to receive your news. Mrs. Clark's daughter.Mrs. A. B.oD the Easterly tlgGt-of-wap linll; ::234 N. Temple Ave Starke, Fla. Phone WO 44081.THURSDAY. .

[Thank 10\1'one and al1. Biard ol Kingsley..Lake over the ..Dtartb.t0 of said State degree Road J4-minatt 1C; the.W.I






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_By Sirs. Gordoa JonesIWUAALWWWAAAAa

IIME FOOTBALL
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman GAME
and Kir. and Mrs. Thurman Jones

Sunday oft Starke.'evening.Mr. visited. in Switzerland

and Mrs. E. J. Manni! of
Starke visited the Gordon Jones

family Mr. and Saturday.Mrs. Charles Newman
and son< of Gainesville attended BHScitTI& TORNADOES
Church,Sunday and were dinner vs. MACCLENNYBradford
guests of Mrs and Mrs. Lois New

man.Mr.
and Mrs. Bobby Crosby and
Mrs.-Marie Elixson of Starke \ F )

Sunday.visited in Worthington Springs \ : Parke FRI. SEPT. 19 8 P. M.f

Carolyn, Jones celebrated her .
15th birthday anniversary Friday
night at the tennis courts. Games
were played and refreshments of
cfcke, cookies and Cokes were
served.. Carolyn received many -> Home Games
Out-Of-Town
nice gifts. Games
There will be a revival at Bay- 19
less Hiway Church beginning I September -- Macclenny In Starke September 26 .. Bolles Away
Sept. 21. The newly elected pastor
will preach at 8 p. m. and there: October. 16.. Perry I In Starke' October 3.. P. K. Yonge Away
will be a'scnk'service at 7:30: p. .
m. Everyone is invited to attend. October 31... Lake City In Starke October 10.. Palatka
Sunday School 10 a. m., Morn ALL TICKETS AT GATE. 1.25 Away
Ing Worship 11:30: a. m.. BTU November 7 -- Fernandina Beach In Starke October 24. Open
7 p. m., Evening Service g p. m. -
If you do not have a church,of November 21 Green Cove Sprgs. In Starke
your choice ,Bayless Hiway welcomes I Student Tickets Purchased at School November 14 Santa Fe. -' Away
each one with open I
Mr; and Mrs. O. E. arms'J i I II Day of Game 75c
the State Farm visited the W. C. .
Wards Sunday. Other guests were .
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ward and chit All Children Grades 1 thru 4
dren of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. C. \_
M. Morris of> Houston, Texas Admitted Free if Accompanied
spent two weeks with Mr. and 1I
Mrs. Ward and while they were by ParentsALL ,. .
here the."Wards took them sight
seeing in south Florida.
Mrs. Myrtle Barnes visited her
sister last week,in Columbus..Ga.
G. L. and Mildred Sapp visite OUT
the C. A. Crosbys Sunday.
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WHITEHEAD THANKS


thank VOTERSWe each and every one FOR THE i

of my friends who supported min
the. First' Primary for County ,

Commissioner I enjoyed renewing ,
old acquaintances and the opportunity
of.making new friends, and
appreciate the many courtesies

everyone showed me. I believe Best Wishes To The Team I Mow 'Em Down, Torna oesSHUFORD'S
that you agree-with me I made a Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence

clean, honest..race, and. that I
made a good showing for a person THOMAS CONSTRUCTION CO. STANDARD SERVICE tGAY'S HOME APPLIANCEYour

making his first' -race.against.'anexperienced Friendly Norge Dealer
politician with a formidable T STATION
political lineup. I urge Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Maytag Appliances Coleman Heaters and

everyone.to, vote:in the SecondPrimary Floor Furnaces We Service AH Makes
in the Interest of better Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes
government: KOCH DRUG STORE A Good Team Like The Tornadoes

A. B. Whitehead H. C. WALL AGENCY Deserves Your Support

BEOISTKB KOJICE; : OF JICTITIOl'8 IVTEXTIOX NAME TO Compliments Of GENERALINSUJlANCE WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Notice Ur hereby,given that the un:
dersigned under the provisions of STARKE HARDWARE CO.
Chapter 40,953. Laws of _
Florida Acts
Best Wishes
To The Team
of 1941. will,register with the Clerk i
of ford the County Circuit Florida Court. In upon and receipt for Brad.of <"SPORTING' ". GOODS Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
proof of publication of this notice. the'fictitious t ,
name of Ronald's Restaurant
In. business, under one-Quarter which I am engaged WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATION YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
of Starke on U.. S. SOU mile south Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence >.
Ronald M. Griffis, Starke, Florida,
Bole Dated owner.this lltb; day of Sept. Best Wishes Of Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence. .
A.ay,D.Florida 1958: at Starke Bradford Coun- HARDY BROTHERS,MOTOR CO. .

9111 4t 1013 GEM JEWELRYN. B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.

WOODBURN .
NOTICEI Compliments Of
I The House Of Fine Diamonds
T. C. HAZEN, JR. :. Starke's Leading Jeweler Best Wishes From
WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE -

FOR ANY DEBTS SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTS DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

CONTRACTED BY ANYONE Phone WO 4.3661 Starke, Fla. Compliments Of

, OTHER THAN, MY
SELF. NEW METHOD CLEANERS Compliments Of
Compliments Of

''We HOGAN ,SMITH i DODD'S SUNOCO! SERVICE STATIONWE
Best Wishes To The Team
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESWe're -
GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS
, 1eE1edJERRY FAULKNER'S SERVICE STATION f I

Proud To Be Tornado Support The Tornadoes
Boosters! With Your Presence
W. CARTER I
Best Wishes Team VOLLEY STARLING'S
Florida Railroad LAWSON'S MARKET _. i I
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and Public UtilitiesCommissioner THE FARMERS SUPPLY GROCERY & MARKET
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SILCOX CITIES SERVICE Be Present Tonight To Cheer Our Boys To
Onward Tornadoes!
v Victory
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Come On Out and Boost Our Team! GIB
BROWN'S
SERVICE STATION FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLYBest

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jmr w. Let's, Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game
CAUlIlanaham. Best Wishes From Wishes TeamJACKSONBISHOP
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SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN CAR LOT. I
.,FI"ida'Dw"lelld ,
NEW AND USED CARSLets
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PU.M Kctpt my ,i.c.re. Best Wishes From Compliments Of ,., I
",.,Ir, to mt ivppori in the -,. f: ; ,
1m primary.T Support The Tornadoes .
$.... if '" -.h. "Med I LEWIS & LAWSON .t.
fir IM ofwiX ..,....pPOMtIts, I J BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE GARAGEU.
dMpty, ppmi iGte ,.* HART FURNITURE CO. ",
mood primary 141"*', S. 301 South j .f
Starke, Via
I want to CMtlinw to ..rv. I
ytv s.dII.id.alh.r.tw.
MM pwi, MitiMly" ..... k.ny. Compliments Of Best Wishes
-. .'. Team GOOD DUCK TORNADOESJ
''' T* .s'.re) will ofwoyl .
.. my duel ceec.m.pls. i ',',' _
v.t. for m* $.p- SMITTY'S WILLIAMS JEWELRY
BARBER SHOP & J
""'btf 30.JERRY. BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.
Kerety, L EXPERT WATCH REPAIR .
W. CARTER Best Wishes To The Team'
Best Wishes Of Best Wishes OfSIMPSON'S ,
'C.nalaire.rH.rid.. tailr..4UtilihM eM' CAUFFMAN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE '
Mile TAXI SERVICE STATION

tpohKcet, odv po+d lot bt EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKET DIAL WO 4.2001RADIO DISPATCHER
George Hunter. 542 West Madison Street

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