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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 25, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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I y' II \ 'I.'I 1958 Tornado Season Oft To Ii"I


.ra rF... r. '11 1 t i, f ; I II In spite of torrid midSeptembu'eather Center: Robbie Capps, Suzanne Tornado Squad form an eleven of

7 i 4'i \ BHS Cheerleaders whipped LaMee Ray Maxwell Ginger their own -Calvin Pace, C; Bu&-

; h,. up enthusiasm for last ionay's ba LaMee, QB; i). Ritch Green,
i, r s Thornton. At right, Alvarez damg-
: opening game as they paraded HB; Bennie Williams HB: Terrell
lea to decorate
down Call Street !behind the precariously goal Green, HB; James fhomas, U;

BHS. Band. Atleft, : Travis Al-I post, assisted 'by LaMee and Mat- ( Gene Weaver,' G; Tom Stallings,

varez, Mary Agnes Matthews thews. T; Randy Johns, T; Henry wall,

Penny Hollingsworth Helen Kelly.i j' Above: Senior members of the I E; Jim Hobbs, K \

I BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH ,

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Bradford Wins CrawfordLawsonDecision



Official County Publication Established In 1879'VOLUME

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: EIGHTY ____ __ STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. SEPT. 25.. 1958 NUMBER FOURTEEN ....- .
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,Assessed Values Marijuana FoundIn '4 r- I II Ii Ii Council Adopts- --- With I Macclenny p At Polls TuesdayE.


The Bradford High Tornadoes .
L. Crawford, incumbent
S I spotted Macclenny a first halt I Ccunty Commissioner, District
Auto
Top $10 Million
DuringRoutine
New OrdinanceFor touchdown and came ;roaring backin Two and challenger Ewell Lawson -
the
I I second half to score twice YL I will battle it out.for votes next

For First Time Check and rack up a 14.6 victory in theseason's 'Tuesday In the only county race-
i opener for tooth
r LicensingA Bradford Park last Friday teams night at ion mary the Election ticket:in the Second Pri-

Friday afternoon in Jacksonvillehe /
A vial of x j In the First Primary en Sept..9,
Assessed valuation of all property marijuana was found : Tornadoes will ,jbe tor!
new occupational license code, trying i Crawford led In his
exempt and non-exempt in E( in a car by Deputy Dolph Ked1 ; rVia' providing penalties for non-pay- their: second victory against the (11,183 votes. Lawson group with
'Bradford County has passed the 1 dish while he was making a rou- Eolles cadets, a Keystone was second .1
I ment of fees by specified deadlines Conference with.
997, while A.
B.
$10 million mark for the first' time tme check en a 1958 Buick held i : was adopted at a called foe.. Whitehead
in at County jail Monday. Duke the eliminated candidate, polled
history Tax Assessor Gene :
of the Council Tuesday Against
if meeting City Macclenny, the Tornados -
Long announced this week. The Delano Olson, dnver of the car, couldn't 614.In
night. seem.to get in
had been going the only State race nextTuesday's
new-matk was reached'in picked up Sunday by on
spite of The new ordinance, which was the first half, .but.opened up with
a $42,776.00 slash in the j State road patrolman \\. K. Harvey short ballot, Jerry W.
county's I patterned after a code recently some power running' the third 'Carter
1958 on a charge of improper incumbent member of the
railroad property valuationas i past I adopted by Ocala, provides a 10 quarter. Macclenny thwarted
rr.
fixed by, the Florida ]'I ing. Since Olson was not the Railroad and Public Utilities Commission -
Railroad i per cent penalty on all licenses every Tornado attack in the first I K. H. Mcintire
Assessment Board. i I owner of the car a check was j t i -will defend his title
I still unpaid after October 31, and two quarters, ; burt wilted alter the
('made at Tallahassee and it was against. Jim Blanton of St. Augustine -
The 1958 valuation figure is ,'' another 10 per cent on those remaining half for lack, of manpower and I
.1082763400.. an approximate 12 'found that the car was listed in unpaid after November able substitutes. C of C Directors !I .

'per 'cent gain 'over the 1957' total the name of Robert Parsons ot i iI .... 30. Terrell Green, who switched In spite of the short ballot, it
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i Ft. Walton. It had not been listed --- -" --- 1'is hoped
of that
9980100.00 voters will
j I The new ordinance provides for from quarterback: scored early in turn out

Broken down into different I as stolen. One Of Many New HomesMr. moderate increases in license fees the third. 'quarter 'from 28 yards i Prepare Contract : i in heavy numbers. Polls are open
I I Found in the glove compartment
from
classifications 7,,a.m. to 7
the assessmentsare in some instances, and clarifies out. on an end run around the pail
I along with the vial of marijuana I
: and scattered around in the and Mrs. Fred Leonhard are pictured above planting policy in regard to exemption to right side. Benny'-Williams' ran ...
car I .
Personal property, $1.915.350.00.1 j veterans and other phases that for the extra point and a 'l-6 rt
Homestead ;, was more than $20 in change shrubbery at their attractive nehome on Colley Road. Located For ExecutiveNegotiations
exempt property: were not explicit in the old ordinance.
358899000. George B. Flynn Jr., local phar- on the.old, Jackson homesite, the modernly designed home, lead.Marion Cottle :
a 10th grader
Non-exempt real estate: $4- macist and formerly with the with its'' Florida room, terrace, and other attractive features, :Main purpose of the Council in up from last year's.H. Squad, by directors of the I L
28645000. Treasury Dept., was called in tor is typical of new buses the ordinance it was'said
many now being built here. The Leon revising showed fans some goon running Starke and Bradford
Railroad: and Telegraph: $906.- his opinion of the vial's contents. hards plan to move. into their new home as soon as they'dis was to eliminate the old practiceof ability and took the Tornadoes I Chamber of Commerce for County the I
When he said that in his opinion, ;
094.00.,, pose of their place -at. Keystone: .Heights. taking one. 'policeman's 'time close to a.second..s:ore .- just 12yards'away. i services of an experienced executive -'
it was marijuana, the Narcotics s
Widows'and for several weeks each to
disability
exempt year The try failed and, director
Department in Jacksonville was deliver licenses to businesss seemed virtually
property
: $130,480.00. places en the 4th down''completed ,
pass complete last week with
a visit
.
Land reverted to-Internal-Im called.. Narcotics Inspector Col- afld make, repeated trips, in some 4. yards from pay dirt. Macclenny I to Starke '
by Robert H. :'Mclnttre
,
"provemenf Boad:::27000.' eon came and picked it up'far 2,451ReceiveChest State Commander d cases to collectthe fee. took the ball
present executive
laboratory tests. director.with the
Total Under the ordinance, the
valuation new
all property: Here, action started again as. "
1082763400. Olson explained to Deputy Red- burden will be on business propri I Fostoria. Ohio Chamber.. .
the Tornadoes
pushed Macclenny The directors had been cor-
dish that be ''bought the marijuanafor XraysA At Post PartyHigh etors to take the Initiative in obtaining back inches from the goal" and on responding with Mcintire for sev-

Rotarians Hear his own use, having purchased their licenses and report: an at temp ted--punt from behInd eral weeks, during which time his
one-half ounce in Miami tor the[ necessary infornTStion to City the goal, Bobby Shannon plucked
Service Officer references were checked and -
1250. record-breaking 2,451 persons praises from Departmentand Hall in' order that the proper fee the blocked punt from overheadfor made of his back-investigation
; took advantage of the free chest District may be determined. If they .fail
officials
Explains Program Wednesday afternoon Olson was given the Tornadoes' second touch ground of Chamber of Commerceand
I pleaded guilty to possession of x-ray service offered here last American Legion Post 56 Tuesdaynight to do so. and the license is not down. Bubba LaMee skirted end organization work.

t :Melvin T. Dixon, veterans' StateService ;marijuana before County Judge week: by the State Board of Health for its record of being the paid,by October., a'ten. per cen for the extra point.t When Mcintire left Starke the

Officer was guest speakerat T. 'A. Yawn. His bond was set at and cooperating agencies. first post in Florida to reach its penalty will be added. Macclenny scored first when directors had agreed to have a .. >s '.

the Rotary Club Wednesday, $100 and he was bound over to While the total is an increase 100 per cent membership goal for they blocked an attempted Tor contract for one year's service I" CrawfordLawson I

explaining some frequently misunderstood Circuit Court.Shopportunity, of only f/>6 over the number x-ray- 1958.By Sparks Replaces nado ,punt and on second downCrews drawn up and sent to him for ', _.......
phases of the various ed here in 1956 it is a large increase way of celebration. Post 56 plowed over from :5 yards signing: He said that he would 4 4.

veterans' benefit programs. : of those 18 years of age or staged a fried chicken feast at out. Their kick for extra point resign his position in Fostoria and a

The speaker said that all of the ever. During the 1956 survey, 612 the Legion grounds, starting 6 Hardy OnH.ospital failed. be ready to report for work with

programs were well justified and BHS and RJE students were x- p. m., and climaxed with an induction ''V' .\ ">*<$tatistics .1 the Chamber here on Nov. 1. fri e

that the expense of such programs $50 Cash Prizes rayed 'while in" last week's survey of new 'members and an Board BITS Mace I Mr. Mcintire has been in cham- i: twti

as veterans' schooling under the only persons 18 or over were address by Department Commander First downs 11 3 ber of commerce work for the past ,

GI bill were self-liquidating in that Still Unclaimed taken. Dr. A. Y. Covington E. J, Cooper of Grace- S. E. Sparks of Starke has been Yds. gained>.scrim. 112 Tl 10 years, starting as assistant

those trained earned higher incomes county health officer, estimated ville. appointed by Gov. LeRoy Collinsto Passes completed,, 4 0 manager in charge of member-I r._

and consequently paid more I Mrs. Charles Hardenbrook :a 25 per cent Increase this time in Seeber Goodman first vice com replace Charles Hardy as a Passes incomplete 5 2 ship in' Springfield

taxes Into the U. S. Treasury. !persons ever 18 who were x-rayed. mander and chairman of the suc member of the Bradford .County: Passes intercepted by 0 2 helped .organize the Springfield lxt
Williams
The service officer was introduced Dorothy Carl Sumner This service was a joint effort i Passing yardage B'f 0
cessful membership drive Hospital Board. ; Development Council, an organization -
by L.' H. Gibson, who had i A, E. Wilcox, and Edgar Burrell was ,
Punts 3 5 ;
by the State and local Health De- presented with a handsome Hardy, who had served as chairman created for the purpose of -
charge of the program. I were the lucky winners in the partments and the State and local traveling bag Post cowhide of the board was reappointed Punting avg., yards tJ 221 t bringing industry to town. ; :
A, L, Crosby Jr., club Shower of $5 Bills staged at the by Commander U- I
president i. Fumbles recovered 2 1''
Tuberculosis Associations. Two Harry Rabb on behalf of last January, but did not submit by After more than five years in _
announced that the District Governor Starke merchants' Shopportunity ,
mobile units worked the county, the post. In praising Goodman for his qualification papers which Springfield, he resigned to come to
J. C. Gissendaner will Party on E. Call St. last Saturday
pay
with one stationed throughout the his i is City Receives Florida to assist his brother in
his official visit to the. club next afternoon. Each winner was efforts Rabb said that the tantamount to resignation. Hardy -
period on Call Street in Starke chairman continued to serve on the the management of a dairy farm
Wednesday. He urged all members presented with $5 in cash. and the other unit touring the for was obtaining personally responsible board, however, until his replacement No Death Award at Miami and'''a ranch at Pineta. 1 i .Jp ?, r
one-third of
to attend the luncheon, and None of the grand prize win ;
county. by effective :5. After a year in Florida during
the 1958 Sparks Sept.
asked that all officers and committee ners have been claimed to date. 1 memberships. For Second Year 1
The number x-rayed at each Department Commander Sparks will meet for the first which he bought and sold cattle,, .' ..-. ...
chairmen have their reports These are 336809 [$251; 301371 COO -
station is as follows: Call Street, who time with the board at its next he accepted a position as execu-
ei,
ready.Connell. ($151; and 351513 [$101. All per was presented with a The No Death Award for 1957!;
1553: Lawtey, 221; Hampton. 117; fountain regular meeing, Wednesday Oct. tive-manager of the }Fostona
pen and pencil set -
has been
sons who have traded at Shop- as a presented by the Florida
I Brooker 84; BigDad Mfg. Co., 1 at 8 p.m. At that time the Ohio Chamber of Commerce.
gift ?
from
Purchases portunity stores in the past two Post 56, outlined his Highway to Mayor W. T. Jackson i Health Unit Staff
122 board i While in Fostoria, he or.
; Reno. 219;, Thomas mill. 57; three-point will likely elect a chairmanto helped ..
weeks program for the Florida i- for the City of Starke. This is
are urged to check their
Jackson Property Heilbronn Springs, 23; Lincoln Department fill the vacancy left 'by Hardy I ganize the Fostoria Community Plan To Attend
coupons carefully. Cash prizes including a state the second (successive year that,
City 22; Bradford Furniture Co., Other members of the board are: ;! Industrial Assn. which has
census of
veterans and an insurance Starke has !been Florida
among
may be claimed at the Bradford
W. E. brought several small industries State
T R. Connell of WhisperingPines 33. program for Legionnaires Bigham, vice chairman cities without death from traffic MeetingDr.
Motel south of Starke on U County Telegraph. Reports on more than 1,000 x- and their families.A Ovid G. Lewis, Mrs. L. J. Green, accidents. to that community !in the past

S. 301 recently purchased adjoin The next Shopportunity Party, rays have already been received and C. R. Whitehead. The award was I I three years. A. Y. Covinston director
with $75 to be large percentage of the Post's presented by U.
given away will be The Governor Mr. Mcintire has a business administration -
.
ing property belonging to Joel and mailed out/ Dr. Covington also announcedthe R. Jansen Mrs. Arlin McKnight and Mrs.
270 Officer
Jackson adding another acre to held Saturday Sept. 27, on Call said. Any persons whose x-rays I ni membership ht's attended Tuesday appointment of J. E.! Wall J r. G, Jacksonville Safety at a dinner, Troop meeting I' education back. Martha Snellen, public health
celebration ,
the motel property. Street. [Continued, on Page 6] I [Continued party and I of Starke as Welfare Board Uis in the .Garden Restaurant last ground, and has attended the nurses Jack L. Trawick, sanitar-

_'_... .._.__.""' _._.__ u .....-. ...,""" on Page 61 triet 5 member to replace- Snark. ----. Thll..rl".7. .ub... .."... i Northwestern Institute for Chamber fen___'_.. and un_ ifr, __ _., Randal_ chlttv._ sec-
r
... ,, executives. He is 50 years retaryof the Bradford County
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....":"...'" ,"',.'.... W'.I "" ......... With Annual 'Foot Washing' cf .age; is married, and the fatherof Health Department will attend

-.: .. .' ,.. ,. "" .. ....(' At ( Ceremony three married daughters. the 30th annual meeting of the

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: < : Primitive Baptist Association Meets At Union"He Lawtey Defeats West Florida Palm Public Beach Health, Oct. 14..ssn. In

S.--; Dr. Covington. as first vice president
Is',
,a tr < it a Waldo Nine 11.4 will preside at the second

1 riseth from supper and general session on Oct. 3.
g + laid aside his garments; and took !I The Lawtey 'baseball team defeated Many outstanding speakers are

n sr a towel and girded himself. Waldo 11-4 Sunday at Law scheduled to address the 700 pub-

L !!1 :Tc "After that he pourest water tey. The local Joys got 8 hits he health workers expected attend -

into a bacon; and began to wash with Bill Epps and Barry BUCK- the meeting from throughout

the disciples feet, and to wipe holtz leaders in that department. Florida. Included on the program
Pitcher :Mitch Brown struck out
them with the 'towel j i
wherewith. is Dr Leroy E. Burney, Surgeon
+a t! .r he was girded." j Waldo batters and gave up only
.
I General U. S. Public Health Service -
Upon these passages from the one hit.
13th Lawtey will play Palatka at .
Chapter of John do Primitive -I
Regular clinics will not be held
Falatka Sunday, Sept. 28, at, 2pjn.
Baptist Churches .
.;r 1 t psi" gain au- at the'local health unit while the
t thority for the solemn annual nte I staff is attending the meeting

1 1Yyc :+ +: that was enacted for the hundredth 'I but the Health Department office
a 1: yr (or more) time, last Sunday at P i Hi-Y Members will remain open for informational
Union' "Hardshell" Church near
Hear I purposes.
Heilbronn Springs. AttorneyA.

The rite, is I '
commonly known, Soil Conservation
J. Thomas Jr., Starke attor-
'
among members as Mfoo washing" '
ney and former Department Commander
and still Family NightThe
I represents the ultimate -

., ...' __ .... .. ,'r'w..- ".... ... ,;;.AUW.... ."' : in humility, Just as it did of the Florida American
when Legion spoke to members of the Bradford Soil Conservation
Christ
' Sunday '\va* a big day at Unioa Primitive Baptist Church as delegates from 21 almost 2,000,years first set ago.the example Hi-Y Club at their meeting in the District will hold its annual fish

congregations In the Sewannee Association gathered for their annual meet ? "Ye call me Master and Lord: Methodist recreation .hall Tuesday fry Thursday night, Oct. 2, in the

lag with dinner on the grounds. At extreme left, in crowd pictured above, are SherIff and ye say well; for so I am. night Methodist Church recreation hall

P. D. Reddkh '.sad. Founty Commissioner E. L Crawford, both members of the tdlurdl. If I then your Lord and Master The meeting was. presided over starting at T pin. Members of the
." r F: by the president George Patten,
< district and their families
,have washed your feet; ye also are expected -
and refreshments were served to attend this family night
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'AGE 'l1fO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAREE.' FLORIDAj", '. ---. .. _u n. .. -.. <.. & I -r'.cr a'
THURSDAY.. SEPT.. 2%. 19S*

-- NOTICE OF HTTESfTIOS' Florida, at his office In the courthouse George R. Foster: James A. Marvin : 1 957. under -
HKCISTER FICTITIOUS of said County at !:Starke Leonard, the Con8t1tutlon-' 1SS5 tutlon, Je( (' >rne$, effective this a- hereby and the State Attorney, or
NAME Haynes : Isaac Kppiuger of
: i iJohn the State of Florida
f TON Fio rida-, within elg.t calendar did pass niendmrat shall be superseded by his Assistant State Attorneys,
otic I I. may
I 4it1Qrb.1 :e hereby given that the K. Russell ; S. J. Sternberg ; Angle Joint Resolutions '
proposing amendments it and [
months from the time of the first file! amended informations in
und JtT8isBei i under the provisions s Sternberg; E Jiuraiw: to the' eowstiratroit of therSure repealed.NO.. I
./ C&ifitt fAiJi: l *a of :flofrt pub ileatioll of this notice. Eaca E. Stroffg; X. T. Rrtch; of Florida: the SENATE Z any such, casc ii and when neces
JOIXT
A ttl ef 19U. will register with the claim or demand shall be in wntp lia c-arier;" J. C. Carter, same were RESOLUTION XO. sary. The Legislature may prdvidefor
agreed .
to by a vote of three 5:3:!. A Joint Resolution
the of
ingand shall state place Assretant
cI k",.ef Uie Circuit Court, In and Madafine P. Southers; Edwin Southo fat) the- members elected fifths'i propos- State Attorneys andSpecial
for1, Bradford'CottBtT Ftorld tfp *
ejRfciB 1 house
I MWi: sHs r" etpt of ,ImMI' of' ,pwbUat$oi tf of thff claimant and shall be sworir soar Sara R. RobinsoB and AtaaD1I' Resolutionwere that the,votes 01 laid Joiat the Constitution of Florid by ad- Attorney of iUll borough County
1 to by tM' rlatmaat his agent, or entered upon their diqg an. additional Section Thereto and all Assistant Shall ,
thU oti tW' flctiUe** 'Mm* of ReIS'UtOI; and Vergil Her les if Attorneys
attorney, and any such claim or de- respective ,Jeunala,; with the. t be-given. a number the
yeas by Serre- be appointed
I Temple by the State Attorneyand
'ta'nriutf Cafe4ner: alive' an* if duct then JMS unknown.hrira )
a IK '
wM rW ( niaiM nft If<) fOed shall be void. detfeees,. legatees,. -tit. t"eteo1t\an.d they did tary of State abolishing the Office sworn la by; (he Court andsuch
are egaed a'tuiltHl. grantors
I /'QCifklJm ,O. Carl Lynn Sr.. As adrainwstratktn determine and ;direci that thesaid of County Solicitor in Hillsborough Assistant State
g97 .Noftlt Tempi .UIf.Starkei Kara ;'._na.: of the Estate' of J: lie(cIiminR.8nyv.interest'ln nors. creditors or other in the persons hereinafter Joint Resolutions, bet, submitted to County. andtransferring the .duties work under the direction Attorneysshall of
Jaeo-b'afttl. Sarak .ote
.
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.
Try Lyan deceased- M tb electors .of the ,
State the thereof the
U to State
f era GeMr.I'D \ e1' : 11. I8.
First publication Sept. General Election the.
on November 4. Thirteenth Judicial .
sofr always .quick;,to..crittty DitodT thLt.JTtI. '* i'. 01"r.gU IW ".11 4t 10-3 under. agaInst each such- deceased.; U .. Florida and 'other Circuit of full authority to do and performany
her 'A:. 'D..IJ38 at Start: ,',Ia&or4unt the Florida Railroad Company. also-! matters relating oflc.laI-duties and acts than the
c4.ou ." .of fiddler; any, breach no. matco .j;:. FiorW;. -' ": '' '' tILL FOB BIDS known as the Atlantic) ,.Gulf and West NOW THEREFORE. I, R. A. thereto.RE !:itatettorMl may do and perform. I
I! t.j"trjria1 of custom J-I8, tt..IJ' (or SALE or SCHOOL India} Transit Company a corporation GRAY, .Secretary -of the State oft IT RESOLVED BY THE Upon this amendment being adopted I
or statute now seem NOTJCE, LEGISLATURE OF THE
-- rth'PERTIE ; the Florida Land and Immigration FtoriiJa do, hereby give notice that STATE: all funds appropriated by
'ttt.Jf&s1-ul, one area.- to be a target-for a bit.of !MItE'If tfDck're tarteIfiridi Company at Florida a corporation S OF An FLORIDA law approved by the Budget Com
I 10 : teut and the officers. trustees* GF.\r.IUr. ELECTION amendment to Article V of mission and budgeted by; the. Boardof
Cut riJ.r4 .
: trit dSnI,themselv ?. This criticism seems justi- 1'I.4a, 'la'the ,. ,'" .,' .. Sealed kida will be received by the liquidators] of' each of the- aforesaid will be held 'M veach ,county In the Constitution of the State of County Commissioners ef Hills
.
I I' fi d : Board of Public Instruction of Bradco their to Interest Florid, Florida by adding a'n additional borougn County, Florida, and for
k view, of the: State Railroad Assessment.Ifeard Cue ;fo.. 12-115 fortf tioonty. Florida at the .office. successors -- on Tuesday next succeed section thereto to be given a
; assigns creditors. Honors, and i ing the first : num- the purpose of employing)' Assistant ,
Monday in
'. delinquency.in retting its report into the,, beth Caaries.Vadlne Ost Oat Plantif Defendant*S.. Eliwof' the Sapflrintendent ofPublic Instructintt ctlier claimant by. through, under X. D. 1958 the .said Tuesday November being* ber State by of the Secretary of State of the County Solicitors and other officepersonnel :
iw'Starke, FJ.rida. to Florida shall be
hands<&f..eotmfy officials) fti tmc for use. in' making Y.l'lcm.TO APFEAB: 10 o'clock 'A.M.. EST, Monday up.. Oct.. or eorporati'-na; against ;either and all1 of other the aforesaid persona the ratification-Fourth day. of November for the tot electors of the State: submitted of Fori- for the operation shall thereafter of (he State JUe used Attorney

To: Elizabeth Nad ine Oat whose (. 1959 at whirh time and place all claim; rejection- the Aid da for ratification or rejection atthe. office of, the Thirteenth
<< Interest in Joint,
firm !? any the propertr
the
a budget by August 1 deadline. Reeiutlonsppopo-ina
residence and address it: 419 West- bid s' -wttt bd publicly opened1:-and read hereinafter described Amend- next general election to be held Judicial Circuit in and for Hill!'.
end Avenue Apartment. 16, New alouVt Many or ..n' of the by. through ments tot- the Consfittttien :of. the in 19iS:
< following as follows
: and the.era
As nOw'stand borough County for -
matters undff.er..gaINlt them either of State ? ; !
or
; our Commissioners do York New ''' of Florida TiiuSO.
City; York.
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lteJrlt 'schnoF Section .
property'lb : 'th] e l'i: and alt other persons! claiminganr "- On and after the find playing of Assistant .State Attorneys
not know :what the -assessed value of railroad You are hereby notified that a suit "p. f... r.* High' ftrhoof Farm right' title or interest whateverg; WOCSE .- I Tuesday after the first Monday in and other personnel ,of,ihal office
fur dfvorce has been filed against Tilnbrf Lnd in- or to.the following described land- JOINT ..RESOLUTION. January, 1961 the State Attorney and the.Stat. AttQrneyis I hereby -
property: : the county ,will be until the Railroad )'o-j lit the above named Court and The Xortte Wtt of tlwf'North half situate .in Bradford County; 'Fl! ridl ,' 32-X A ;Joint Resolution" proposing of ,the Thlnteenth'Judiclal Circuit authorised t,< .employ such personnel
:Assessment Board comprised of several L4 use and you are required to serve of e'tion."l U1' (4) 'ih tfwnlhlp.l'iz to-'U2' : r revisloa of Section of Article in and for Hillsborough County including Assistant $tate I
mema'copy of your answer or pleading to (I) Sontft" Ratiietwe1lty<-tww' ((22' Per a point of reference .b, DD- at XVn of the Constitution of the. Florida. shall be the prosecuting Attorneys and'.investigators in the
bers) ; of the State Cabinet, gee fit,to,notify them. coraylaint on the Plaintiffs' Attorney east,' c:' .' more or-. th* Northwest Corner of the Northeast : Srse-"o?* Frorltftf. attorney the Criminal Court of tame number and to ,be >aid.the

Martin J. Pearl 103 Law Exchange lesst:_. .__ QJntrte*. (XK',) of the Northeast BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Recordt.-and th*. office of Couaty game 'saJary,......&)_. number: pfj j Assistant .
This year for instance the Commissioners, Building; Jackaonvillft !. Florida HeilbroBB Sprlajt S.httol Site$ Quarter (NEU) of- Section LEGISLATURE; OF THE STATE OF Solicitor, the position of Assistant County Solicitors and Investigators I

who are required by l law. to file their budget with and He- 'the Original hi the office That portion ef the Southwest! 20, Township C South. Range 2! FLORIDA: County Solicitor, the position of employed the County So- I
ei the Clerk of the Circuit Court quarter (X E 4) lying north <>r highway East and run thence South 0 degrees Section 1. Special Investigator for the County lititor of Hillbborough County Flor
the State. Comptroller not later tam August 1, at, Starke, Florida on or before the. ; 229'-A and west of grade road 47 minutes West a distanceof it I refers altogether Inapplicable to because Solicitor in Hillsborough County ida.SIXA1TESTIMOXT.
20th day of Ocfo1JeJ'i,U5S; otherwise In' Section ,35 i, Township five (a) "3,5 feet to a: point on the proposed the fourteen shall stand abolished and termin- (
would rot- k&otf Until> now. what-valuation-,had, the .1I'p'lDna. otBaidComjUaJnt will Sou th.: Range twenty-one (SO ea'at Easterly right-of-way line of State ballot by amendments the Supreme ruled oft the ated; and thereafter the State Attorney WHh'REO' I

been placed on railroad property, i Bradford- be taken as confesued.: by you. containing 38 acres more or less. Road! 16. which is the point of Section 2.The following Court.) and his Assistant Attorneys have hereunto ,?et my hand and
This notice shall bepublished once Also, that portion of the northwest beginning. From such point of amendment under his direction shall performall affixed ,the Great Seal of the Stateof
County far,.1958. if Tax .Aae o. ,.(tew3MltJbadt eacK week for four consecutive weeks quarter (NW!%)' of the Southeast beginning ran North 85 degrees 42 Section repealing 1 ,of Article and superseding the duties and functions of of- Florida at Tallahassee. :the
11!. the Bradford quarter (!:iEI..) lying north of Highway XVII of the flee heretofore of
County Telegraph. minutes East a distance of 209.3 Constitution performed by the Capital. this the;. 8th day Sept-
not made a I long distance call, to.the Boanfs .director 'Dated' this 17th day of September 223-A in Section: thirty-flve4): teet".to-'a point r thence South 20 lr hereby agreed'of the State of Florida County Solicitor. Pending informa ember A. D. 195** .-
U iL: Township five (0);;))1. South lange to and shall be tions filed in the of State
in Tallahassee last wiek. degrees 38 minutes East a distanceof submitted to the Criminal Court of R. A. GRAY. Secretary.
(OflFlCrAL" SEAL) twenty-one' (%1) East containingone 627 feet to a point; thence state at' electors of the Record shall not be invalidated 91-ft-Ills l
an
election
WJien: the' Bradford Assessor,.took., thisatk>nv: Cterk! of CHAftLES the,Circuit A. Court.DARBY' acre New more Rifer or S..bOtlI less.Buildiaf South distance: 85 degrees of 4! minutes Westa for at this tension of to' be the provided Legislature I "
209.
? feet
he was informed that., the, railroad. assessment BJ .Dorortny. Elland Deputy Three room frame school! building the Easterly right-of-way to a pointon line Method, that of is to say: Section L .

in Bradford County had beea cut another $4776.00..itith &> CI.etI..,(. S18| 4tlfr-, build Each bid only.for any item of property North of said 20 State:degrees Road 38 minutes 16 :' thence West at. Either branch amending of the constitution.Legislature >O1. ..1Itt'. .. .
must be accompanied by check or any regular session, or at f.'T' > -' -
a : any t,
resulting ios:of "" along the Easterly
a some $1,800.i in.tax, nighl-of special .
-way
CALL FOI BIDS ca'dil) in the am''unt of five per cent lints of safkf State* Road or eX1za'orthnzry aesvioii .<'
revenue tQ the Bradford County,Commission.and Tie Board"( County Commis- of base bid. The Board of Public of 41 feet to; the'16 2 e point ot either ia
i tiers of Bradford Instruction of Bradford County reserves tlagevernoy'g original : ?;:'
call .
sid County. Florl- bfegaurin, .lyinghi *
School Board. In 1957 : Section2fr! ,::: or .
th4eut.inraiWoi4usesi'o; a will rerefve saId bids at 10:00: the right to waive informalities Township,6 Souta. Range '. any amendment thereof, may propose -: .'
b went was $42,9<15.M and 1953the 'clack Ita the morning of October ] in any bid and to reject any oran : .Y tf.ar<< 2 EastGR'EETCSGS' ..tha. revision, or amendment of
.81J1Ce
i hereby ook
revisions of
8, 1S58>> in the. courthouse for the bids. Details concerning property |if ied)t a'C.1toIt: bt. or amendments of any The'cret How to
: retfuttitin in railroad' valuation, here.. affixed by. fq, n wfnr piece of equipment: to be sold may be obtained from the |brought'*gaiRt.youandAeachi:prity ha ",been portioner portions: of..thi* Con-
1 Motor. Grader weight not less office of the. County Superintendent. at 4e endn te> YOII'; stitiitlon. 'Any such revision" T*
: t :, a\\ a s L oar baa tak41124,198.QO.. than, 22,030: lb,. diesel engine The Board of Public Instruction! as piainOfl: ,:in'by tile Luther above G.',,iFowelr, visions .or zineudnient- amendment -
not legs! than, of Bradford County Florida. entitled; *:may relate te one .subject
115 horsepower (Court)1) of
; ,
: .x re4uctioaar ,hard for.county equlppe with 14.90 X %4'.1 ply By H. P. Morgan sougnf.awlusausethat iAotlit BQif:Is the belief; any Dumber of subject but 110' *- qGETRICHOil

: officials! to understandJnjvi wuotthe fact that. tire.steering, froat; 13'and moldboard. rear; power Secretary. 9-11 4t 10-%' i j frointfiawf qnlet 'and to remove confirm cloud.theplHintiff than mendm one>nt.. revised'shalt .consist article; of of the more Con

: no railroad property iw the,county.118.11 been abandoned Tie Bear wllf offer ,for trade In l ands- as-;vttlUtf an- hidefeaaibte tot the- above: described. stitiUiottfc. ,except,as..hereintffter pro .

: and : in: Iact 'cotVrlAq*| actions( have. one'.Medtl IIS Motor' Grader-Galllon. NOTICE 1 title thereto-against andf' simpla-. virfed. 1C the proposed' revision or "
you each. of- revisions', '
w)1h 0.&I1)e ndment '
maybe viewed by contacting Notice Is hereby given that the to!- ;you ; and you cm or v amend A \Weafthy' rrtan
4--- : beJlurtigth e, five ;eaTJp; ripd swee>.,19&LvTiije JL E. Jones,. The Road Foreman. wing Clerks and Inspectors have ; your ajM
Tie members
Codnry will pafor this been appointed for the Second Primary elected to act who worked for
:s
: \ the! "' 1u t1d.on oifi properfy' in, the> equipment In the following manner, Election to be held Tuesday., : were9'lea1lB defense* tdr the' 'ComplatJat'In house they .shalt' .. be entered npoa wages,

: county'are befnVgradiuU: fecreaaedyoil th local wlt| no Interest. September 30. A.D. 1938.: in the varioUs .derslgned Clerk n*;of the of officer fh '.'safd-the',11""-- the' respective journals- .wltK the his'life, wh l.once'asked
Tie Court yeas a-ndr-mry and)
) tntd fn will be' the down pay. precinct of Bradford County i at Starker Bradford! published one '
: level, the:TaHahassiSe boardseeasLta'hare.adopted men!. Floria: on or>before lh:2iat County Florkfc*. newspaper, i in? eachf'. tt1It.1fhere a : : for hff secret

'a policy of "diininishin .:r J a'1 i ir* regard to of ft.o:JUU( o'.ot ry.win 1959 be,. .with paid,the on the balanceto 10th Clerk PREC1XCT, Arthur NO.C. Pearce LAWTEY Inspectors : Janet'seye'. Tamv copy day of thereof October.19 ,jOaThertwrA. .--, newspaper times,on*:'. publicatlow'14 pUblished t
Be paid off In. two ', Ethel D. Reddish, JeweH T. h., taltiff1 'ator no*'earlier than',ten wee* and ,
the
: railro assessments. .eqOal 'pay- : t*>rney.:.wl\olev aAr made I
Futhermote the.members addreIt'1
money
Post any
; :Office other .De".later
loents the' first to become due on Roberts, James H.. Eunice, Shirley Drawe* .VU, thansix; weeks;
: Df tfre.lwapcf, or their, director, do, not seem disposed January 10. mo, and the second. on Johnsrn, and Earl C.' M081ey.PKEI befo? ".ltaid'.lfat6 Strke, as.reqted.;' Florida, 011011':; atwhich immediately- preceding, the election, always paid myself
IITr.uu.- the
January 10 161. C'l NO. J. NORTH 8TABKE: l same are" t-: be voted
*wMnf .
S to g4ye,officials of the various counties any The Beard reserves th r jgh.t fP. Clerk. Charles Hardy: Inspectors; of CKHT Flofidkf Procedure..and., the Florida.Ruhs:; uport.. and t hersn: :bmitted M first" Why not let

: ,;very clear explanation\ of just how they arrive attheir reject any and all Wdt1. 4.. James R. Chasteen Mary Ella Wat- so, i d4crepri W.yott'ifaS.M do'- th, elector of the state (or.approval c: C,
.
", eonfessowin
(OFFICTVIL SBAt> -.1. te. rson. DorIs' E. Norman W. C. ereth << en* OIl rejection .st the t nell general ; pay-day be'.your day
: arbitrary assessments. Charles A. Darby Clerk Rhod n, Mildred Sapp, Robert G. against .you for" the reSet de.. elMtioBy provided however that 4 ;
fl
I an4f4te .. : 1.ulf firstwith
Coma'injnt l '
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._ _. ._ 9182t| ,-25 Green and I. E. Clark. rn IS su h.rtTlsion. rlrevisl9M or amend. to pay y .
: In response to a recent complaint from St. rKECIXCT; NO. S SOUTH STARKE this HEREBY'.ORDERED that mst .or amendments, may be- aut+- in
: In r_rt' Of Th Cvmrt "....., Clerk 1... M. Gaines; Inspectors: drder Ji>1Iblilltled -.* miSted tor a-l )n'CWa+.-rejectioir. fn ? a deposit your
Johns County officials about big cut in valuation Bradford C.Mtrt State .f Florida. Blanche Cooper Vaughn, Ruth B.' tive once each week for four consecu. a special election under the con- savings account this

: there, members of the Board, expressed In re? the estate ofV.. P. Smith Broadway, Edw. W. Coolberth, EstonR. Telegraph weeks, In the Bradford County ditions described In and in the man- ; (
surprise'
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a
deceased'' In Probate; F. Jordan and Lillian Bishop. newspaper published! in Per provfcfcd'by' Section :3 I of Article bank
: and'said that was the only complaint they To All Whom It May Con eru! PRECINCT NO. 4- GRAHAM Bradford County. Florida and having XVII of this Constitution. If a ma- 'yr : /); If i.-1 3!
: received. Notice, I is hereby given, that .1I.Yra Clerk, Clarence J. Frazier; Inspectors a general circulation in ,said county. jority of the electors voting upon
Jjad : Smith Varnedo1'and HeltonWarjne : H. E. Starling, John A. J. said WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the amendment or amendments a-
Vrn.edoe filed their final McKinney and John C. Moody. C.ircnlt Court of Bn.dfordCoun.- dopt Much amendment
: But report as : or amendments
as, Tax Assesspr, Long logically remarks: executors of the estate o(. W. P.. PRECINCT NO. 5 -BTAMPTOXClerk. ty< Florida'and the seal of said the same shall become a part \ ., ,

: "How.;can.we. complain when they don't even tell Smith, deceased;' that 'they filed Gordon P. Wadsworth Sr.; Court Florida,at Stark Bradford County of the Constitution provided however. .,...................,'..,...ty.. ._, ,a t _MY". .. .
their petition for final dhchargeI Inspectors:' Wm. H. "Maxwell, .Mn on this 10th day of Septem- that when the Legislature submits "
: u&wHat:)i bur valuation i is to be?" and that they will apply to the Honorable Xeta V. Johnson, and Laura Belle her A.D. 1958'. more than one proposed revised ar-
Seal
*** / i 1'hl'ron A. 'Brown. ( of the Circuit Court) tick of the
Yawn Constitution
: : County to be voted
c Bvegarde, ]. s. oft:.its.. .valuations, however, it does Judge of Bradford county Florida; PRECINCT NO THERESSA .CHARLES* A. DARBY, upon in the same election any such

: sern.tJiat} the :Tallahassee. should be on the. 15. day of October .1)58, forappfoV'el Clerk, Henry B. Hinson ; Inspectors -- Clerk ,,of the Cirrtiit Court, proposed revised article may provide FLORIDA Bank
com of same and for. final discharge ; Mrs. Louise V. Hall, Homer J. Bradford County, Florida that l ft shall not become effective
: pelled. to i submjC. : its: figures to the various coun- a. e'xecutora of tire estate o( 1 BrUson. aIRY Mrs., Mattie Sibley.. Theron plaintiff A. Yawn. Jr., Attorney for: unless' oilier specified proposed re- One of 28 Banks in' at5tark. :
: ; W. I'. Smith deceased, on this 11 PKECI O'l' rio.,1-NEW, BIVKB Post Office Drawer 791- vised. articles are approved the
: by
t d'ln time 'for them to be able! to make afirm Starke,. Florida. the Florida Nation
; day of SJeptember. 195? Clerk. Reddish R. Andrews; In- electors at such election, and in such .

budget,., Fbr.fMayeraf: years, pur Cotn issionets. \Ifra. '8mlth"tIVahleJt)1I( '<< d I'Il'1ettm.'arnfdoe I t pectonr: 1tary-iw\gn; John.WIni L .. .t.>. '_ ... .1 4t 10PI'1OpOED -:!? '"e) poaeof.uh ,proposedrevle' p al Group. *f"I
Excutors of the estates of Mae Andrews and Dorothy L. Anderson. articles shall become a part of the 4'

: have, b en. forced to. use the'prevIous year's rail. W. 1' Smith, deceased. CONSTITUTION Constitution unless all of them are Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
: road assessment ':184t 10-8 PHEC'INrT NO. BKOOKEB AMEND1a'TS TO BR' VOTED approved.
figure in its current
making
I Clerk. David W. Green'; Inspectors: V .rmbrr *, 19.VI O\ This amendment shall be effective
: budget only to find that thief figure had been l The, CALL FOR BIDS N. G. Hayes Sr., L. R. Green and Albert NOTICE OP KI-ECTfOV as of October: 1. 1957. and when the
Board
of Co'unty Commit Ernest Edward. WHEREAS, proposed amendment Constituting
the
: cut again, with a consequent- toss7 of expected rev. sInners of Bradford County' Florida,, By order of the Board of County Legislature of Article. XII of the revised Consti- ,
.
nlll receive sealed bide at 10:00 Commissioners or Bradford County r
e enue. o'clot-k. on tbe morning of October J Florida, this September 18, A.D.-198 -
'. l9t. in tire courthouse' the (OFFICIAL SEAL) -
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: Baker: County officials, .are also experiencing f following piece of equipment: Charles A. Darby, Clerk. r- .--

: similar difficulty with the Clerk, of the Court 1. Crawler Tractor Loader weight 2t 9-25 '
not fesa than 18.500 fbs.; Struck .
S there recently'reportin that their' budget was[ capacity of standard bucket; If The Clrrtflt'Court Of The Eighth : '

: being nerd up" for Tack information' from the! equipped not !less than1 with diesel 1:% ca.engine yards of; Judicial theultOf Florid !. And .:

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For Bradford Cogatr. la Chancery.Case t
!
: State Railroad Assessment Bparxl which should I' not less than IV horsepower; Xo. 12-630 3 i ,,). "-. : : ", .. ". .. -I I
have been received the: not less than 4 forward and 2 ]LUTHER- G. POWELL, Plaintiff vs. -
around 1.
: by County July reverse speeds; to b" equipped ii. -
Wi A. BALDWIN- ai.- Dl'fendants'f.SUIT '' ; f
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with electric -
: :As. matters .now stand, the Board is at a loss type fa rv crankcase starting goard-blower and i Order Of Publication TO QUIET And TITLE Netfee TUrfrad 'J.. : .. '' "- i'- -. '. -- "\

: on how:;: t$ give ; a correct estimate of the budget all standard eaulDment :; -L !,. '
The Board wiU offer for trade Jo I ;IX THE NAME ,
: OF THE STATE OF : -
: need$ before !it'eiVes; the real estimate of railroad k I 1-9 International Loader mounted FLORIDA TO: :

on rubber. which may be viewed Edward ::. DIkerson Mary Caro i '
in : ;
property'assessments Baker :
County, at the-old overpass, south of Stark ]lon ine' Dickerson; James'T. Soutter and A : ;1 I n
: the; Clk'id.: Road No. l -
The tounty.till ifcty fo* this Trustees of the Florida Railroad ;
!
: If corepfaiirtfarYwhat the Railroad Assessment equipment in the following.'* manner i Company also known as the Atlantic .. "
with no interest. i Gulf and West India Transit Company -
: Boardf'fc %aiiin? for. i it might be well for of-: The trade fn will be the down ; Simon j.' Temple : J. M-. Tru- JI

: 5ii4T4 of'H:' Truby t W. Ellery Davis;
f 3,000.00 will be paid on tne 10th Bessfe M. Davl! ; "W. A. Baldwin;
gther and let them have of January 1939. with the balance
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S some. '.
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'.0' ",- 1 to4 be paid off in two equal pay ; .
ments the flrpt to became /due on '. '3 ; ,- ..
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January 10, i960, --' '
and the second. 4' '' -
"it 1hwiTfrFirm'n4 on January t%. 19t>I : "i" i.
The Board reserves the right to .'
t reject any and all bids. ..
t '
? : pigbt Sherman Adams, evpresident- (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby.) Clerk' : 1 i.1' '

i i4E ssrs .nJi''foIowed.V| ( precedent set several 9133t| .-i COMBINE ,, .
.
: J ai 'agJ( by Y.icresident Richard Nixon, when, Ir The Circuit Ceafl of the. EUkthJrttteUl .. .. >

: hwfer'rlre: '"iodt JM s case to the peopfe" via Clrtmtt .! Florid fa mm* !I
fir Bradford Ceintjr. !. ChanceryJ ,'.' .
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I television. In particpkr however thi ..
one cas CASE NO 12-Ki ,. r. '.
: were differerit. AdaTHJ Bad* already resigned hisp lit Re Adoption Of BXCfALD JOSEPH ... : ..
4 HERL: ; A Minor, YOUR < ;
: .*itfoa. Nrxon stayed qa. By: EUGENE ."LEKOY B1RT, and :; .J "" "- r .. C

hfe wife,. MART LEg BIRT.ornon ,. J ::.. : .
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: But Jl,._. rjricipje f was' tot same both men, of rrntiCATiO AND :;:'; Yes this is \,
who N urrc T" IrUD ... a personal invitation for you to drive : ; : 'i .:
S had{ unauestionaQy laid themselves I to .
., open TO Anthony GUbert Herl Gas- : : .
: blame ;ffmr criticism by their actions ; sought P>rt. New, York ANl' ;> Dorothy! )jat- ::; j in to our station and see for yourself'the extra -.* t ; ': '
niag Uert; whwe residence-. Unknown :. '
: to paint .themselves .as political l martyrs in"an BILLS :':.I- ., benefits that are awaiting you at the' finest and '1: I; .': ............
You and each of you are hereby
I effort t& gain the sympathy of an easilyswayedtelevision notified that a petition hn been :. cleanest
: service station in
,
: filed in tM: above rtyteS Co\irf by .:' i these parts. One thing .; t.
audieftcrn With no- to I i.r'
one cross (Question Kngene Lerojr Birt- and his wife I is .
and Lee Dirt for the of lureI you can't buy better products
: ); far from the searching lights of an in- Mary adoption ; _
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nopal Jtaepk H rl, minor eMI .
a ;
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yes igatrng cbmrtrtfee both of were I to a'nd and : ANYWHERE and don't think that : :..
: course, you each of you are hereby we you can _.' _..... ,

: a measure' successful' ... in their sympathetic; selfportraits. file summoned your answer, ordered and and.defenses required to the I to find better service either!'! OUR service is the i; ",..

,
: .. > petition in said cause In the officeof I ; :- .. .
the undersigned Clerk of said "RED CARE'? kmcl.: Drive i in =: \ '
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** you V-
: Sherm' the Firm, as |Jie was sometimes called Court at Starke. Bradford County. :i" ;
: : Florida on or before the t day of LOANS will receive Royal Welcome I !! !
around' Washington! was a man -liotet for hteability'tqgive Obteber.: US!, and to serve copy *< SV != ; : ;
thereof on Theron A. Yawn. Jr., A:- ,- _
: a:cold steel "No" except, a the a'r -"'
torney for the petitioners; whose ad-
: evidence showed to His rift-givi 1t friend I dress h: Post Office Drawer. 791. Vcrnon ScoxIF

: Bernard Goldf ine. Adams the man who expectedand Starkft Florida av or before said .. i '
date and to show cause on or before UPTO f ;

:. ,'demanded irreproachable conduct from his said date- why the' said petition
should not be granted all as required '
: subordinates, obviously had flexible standards by the laws of Florida and the Florida .

: when it came to Jhis own. Tuesday night I Rules of Civil Procedure. It you .e.. -
Ito fall to do so1 a'decree pro- confesso: %
: pictured himself as a martyr being. sacrificed wilt be entered against you for the $600 '
relief demanded in the petition.
:. .the .lion. ?.of political fortune.In This notice 'shall be published once
each week .for four consecutive weeks J : ROAD SERVICE
S making his exit in this dramatic manner, we In' the Bradford County Telegraph. Wf

: feel Witness mr hand and the seal of *
that'. Sherman Adams was sometHing 1 lesse g
said Court at Starke. Bradford Cous-
than frank with the American peopfe. A much ty Florida' this II day of Aupst.un. JUST p 4-S91I

: more accurate summary! It seems to us, would (SEAL Of CIRCUIT COURT) "FoBa Find Us Friendly' I Si -' '. ,

: have. been: for him to aqknowledge that ""Sherm. Charles cult Court.A. Darby Clerk of said Ctr- 1. '


: the Firm" had :not. jived up. to the lofty standards Clerk.By: Charles A.. Darby. Clerk. LOCAL... .FINANCE ,. -. .

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U U _. .. -- --- NOTIfE r.....TO'. CRKBITORS tat.trw "PI
: h'.Ti. Curt Of The C...tr Jmtff, '
THE'FAOIrORD cQ1crVYTFLEGRAPI Bradferf ('...tT, FI.rNa', ';
jaPr.baI 114 tf. Walnut SU ILCOX Lities Service,4.fI

: eT.1$1a-; In re? Estate of J. .Troy Lynn. Deceased' -
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S: .. WLRIL&. OLUZ1'.EMiT .XZ1"! T.. Apt. ...... .r* .Aa1 ....... BaT. ((3 Doors: .from Post Office} ,
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fr .C *J e.aaM" Arab. ,
: ,p\n. ,PrBUftBED CONTIXOC8LT t lf F-titfi Mrs.Marguerite .Hall, JHgr.Phones _
: Too and.racn et Ton are J1erUyII'tttlflt'd '-L.. II : 7 05 Temple Avenue I # %. .
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S r.SThEXD.. ; .. : aad, re .. rlhftdLi:11If 1. : n i Evtere. : as $ "Matfrr' ,'any ereihCPot claims and demandswhich".. ; t 'aidWO4-O111 J I': : .
ArtCTjui TOO aiarr hate asaimitr
: '* .. # Om.io:... S f... Mer- fit' the* estate! or J. Troy Lynn dec (5- .. -., Vf! JAMJ 11.J1)jRS WITH YO'URAR -

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%World SeriesLocal '"TWIN ENSEMBLE"eopfr ; Mrs. 'Raymond Crosby attendedthe

F. E. A. district meeting in

television dealers 'will Lake City Monday. this week.
welcome viewers for' the World 3 o.mc Mr. and Mrs. C. C..Crosby visit-

Series beginning Wednesday, Oct. ed Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore. of
1, at their places of business. The ,equipped high fidelity record-playing iystem' Maxville Sunday.

Yankees will play Milwaukee With Mr. and Mrs Thurman Jones

the first game. being. played at THRILL ZENITH QUALITY DEPTH AND DIMENSION/ and son. Julius of Starke. were
Milwaukee.If ,- LIFE-LIKE YOU FEEL YOU CAN "TOUCH" dinner guests of the Gordon Jones.
.you do not have a set see .* : :THE PERFORMERS! ., family Sunday, i =_
the games with them and choose Mr. and Mrs. ,Eddie Norman I ONLY
a .' the set you will want to get. Even:! Zenith stereo-equipped! \ remote speaker were dinner guests of Mr. and
though you will be welcomea at instrument NOW for NT I system NOW or una- Mrs. Dick Raulerson and Mrs. f, ( $40:95
k 1s world's finest High-: IllS for 3 dimension
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I places point Rachel Green of Brooker'Sunday.
Fidelity performance. I StercnphouicSouad
I&u .. out that ,if your own set needs Ur Cottage prayer meeting was held r t LESS( IATTHIES) '
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&u repair or if you are planning on, \ at Mr..And ,Mrs: Lester Crosby's
&u'V a new one, now is the' c
\. getting home Saturday night'with 15 present a 'wmd r
time. A last minute rush could. ; 1 Ih.tr. ikt.rt D.i....*.AU-.
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a ptnwval.radio
prevent you from sitting to front I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and A ond.whHr '_.... ...
.. of your own television with a I ; :9-N.4. : daughter. Carolyn and Mr. and 9'' :

cool drink (if it stays-as hot as Mrs. Thurman Jones and, .
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.. son: Tola the Traiittchorg t D lux @
it is) with your feet up, enjoying GF;ta ;7 :x Julius' of Starke visited Mr. and by RCA Victor ng on,walks picnics _

the games. Mrs. R. J. Jones and family of beach parties. For economical | fC.j?
An baseball fans will want to t'r Brooker. Sunday.' operation,you can'tbeatlt!Operates Extra-p3wtrfu- ,.
see the series, so. if your sets : :1 Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and on standard flashlight cells or.longer" *'GuarantttdIMPAC '_toss

needs repair call C. H. -Nasworthyat t children and' Mrs, Bertie Staatsof laSting mercury'cells., Rich-CoWw. Tfcriaf;: t9MCffafaO
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.. at WO 4-6901; or, Winkler J. of Nocatee spent Saturday with ( *& },t:t ft&dyPlva>"taforL. ea4,,.. ia, '

Electricc at WO 44081. 'TNtCANTAIAModelSFi25) I.mM Sptvktr Sr.s iia& Mr. and Mrs. C. C.,Crosby. .Jwon each en RCA "fI.i..ffier'; roV ngii. / 'd.roc. Mlrt R.IMHi;..."..
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PHIICO yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy High-Fidelity Record-Playrag" Attaches to M6derSF12S.: School.
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Instrument. May be purchased ,for StereophonicHigh-'. a. m.; Mornr,
separately as a High Fidelity inFidelity Sound-reproduc. ing Worship 11:30.a.: m. B. T. U.:
TV TOQAY.. fRO II. THE WORLD, OF, TOMORROW[ GRIFFIS ,LOOP ,strument' Fully' equipped ,for tion. Haa separate O watt 6:30: p. m.: Evening Service, 7:30p. :
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,Stereophonic Sound reproduction peak output power ampli
If you'do not have church
So aching by addition of companion fier..One 12' woofer' m. a
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you By Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA speaker system illustrated at 5', tweeter. Presence, baas of your choice Bayless Highway
.' eta own and enjoy now! YounJ: want Prcdkta TV for its ,right Your choice of colors:, and treble,controls.-IB welcomes each one' with open
,t yatr'i aheid performance, styling and beauty.See it here trained mahogany grained walnut !, matching colon 30. .high j
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,or blond oak.30 ,28-x44' 21. wide. 1654') '
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1.' :enjoy ft DOW Phflco Prcdicta.: costs' 'no-. more. \: Members of Boatdraln Baptist '<*Me16Vdeep.; ,... deep: f, Visiting the-.Eddie, Normans
t&M ordinary TV. .... _
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Church attended the Sunday Sunday were Mr., and
School,mass,, meeting .last THursday MAKE THE ZENITH VALUE CHECK Mrs.Lem Rhoden and grandchildren ,
New "Full Dress" Console night at Evergreen Baptist I of Raiford, and Mr. and.Mrs.

Church and 'won the attendance : MAKEEVEfiY' Buck Alvarez: and grandson of ,

.) .PMILCO.Prtfkta..411' Evtn the.back is banner. Starke'. .: "I. .
l finished in this new Und of"ifuU dresj"TV. Sgt.and Mrs. Ray Brookins are .
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Deluxe wood cabinet.. Swivels clear now, living in Buford. S. C. while e DOllARCOUIi T. T 'tf

-a } tuoundWrapArooni. Sound., '21,*.'(overall Sgt BrookInS, of the Marines.

1 I. ':;, _diagonal! measurement) picture... -. t stationed there. PINEL.EYE LIfrs. RCA Victor Dreamette.UCA;. ...' .
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t : We'''are'sorry to hear tha ,Mrs. ; :. ,,' .. : tor's lowest priced clock-fodio.\Voke.. :
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Mattie Griffis is ill We hope she 'H. M. McttaeVWWnvRWm1 up'to a pre-eected! music level with '- .
"\ Only Phllco'Pretflcta'TV Gives You:'- is well and back in church soon. with world fomo special volume control.,"GoldenThroat" .

e New SF(semi.aat Little Mikel Curtis has returned TTTty! .
)picture tobe-4nch! tljmmer than tone. Dial window makes if :
home to Charleston, S. C. 'after
I.y other. j n .. visiting his grandparents, Mr. and QUAU1Y! Sunday'School..fJ1d We had a large attendance this at : i"' simple to tune:A Clock is accurate.. .., >:';<,.(

S New contoured Predicts chassis !hogs! UK tube Mrs. Pete Griffis.' Mr. and Mrs.Griffis week. Rev. Adkinson! ,church of Jacksonville -' -- eay-Io'-read. AC operation..Ifa: ,n d." : .

M' i least'space saving clash ever designed. took him home brought the message' the ;, somely) styled ,in antique' white/pihk,, .'-"' ,

e y" Boatdrain Baptist Church. will morning and :; Dresden blue or black;) Model( 8C5.. :': .: ,: .
At evening services .. '
a touch the HW Pop-tip TImer pops op, and lights have .their homecoming on Oct. Visitors :1;
of Mr. and Mrs. .H. H.
\ .p, to, make channel selection easier that ever. .. 5. We want all our friends andmembers Lewis Sunday afternoon were Mr.I $29.95. ,-: P_ '
.. to'c me. Every one wet )
: ., Gkdoa. 3-Sptafcer Wnp-Aronnd Somod.:. 99 matter i! come. and Mrs. Olen, White of Starke..1 ri
., where you sit, sound surrounds you! dT/lUlrJGs Their dinner guests'were Mr. and
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f1n I' l I Lee ,Clark, has returned home of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.I

from service hi Japan./He was MSAJLAM Connor and daughter, and Mrs.t
L stationed there for 19 months.; J. row for a 'Visit with relatives in

We would like for the childrenof Ocala before returning to her ,
Boatdrain to remember 'the ( rAcosT home in Ona. Mrs. Lamb will be

picnic, that Was promised themfor greatly missed here at'church and
the 100 'per cent attendance. by her.relatives, and! .many friends. '

.. We only lacked 6.last Sunday so Bey. |nd Mrs. HaQ ipent part : -

let's all work a little harder and of last week at B1Il1a.r4.with their .
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Our Training Union will startat \ : Mri. J. Murrhee. 1
6:30: on Oct.-5 for the fall and '1IIInOOO ItfV' UEC'- Mr. and Mrs..Earl Goodman of
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winter months. M""1 pits t.w Tv IC"T; Stark Tiaited Mr. and llrs..A. J.
( Mrs. Mora Clark"'has been the 21,*'ov rafl_ding:262 40. In.. IIOrIlOSrra.fA-: renaer,on '.ln r&1&1 nizu* ux iaii

guest .of her daughter and son- rectangular picture area.Sfim6a Hondcrua4ss. week '
seta cobinet groined 'for
7 in'law.Mr, and ,Mrs. A. B.. Byardof d blond+ trO bafr. N' 0.' Mrs. A.- Fender and son and
oehogony color,grcnr '
Lake Geneva.BoatdrainBaptist. ;.
: ook.caJor.jor.ebony: color.. daughter, James and Geraldine
...'" Church visited Mr. and Mrs: Earl.Batten =

Sunday School 10 a. m.. MornIng OnJt 2.1:9: .9S' ', -- and fr., aid Mrs. Albert Batten

ALL,:ri Worship, 11. a: 'm. Training III. /VALUE CHECK|R and family of .Theressa. Sunday
&&wi800. Union 7 P: m. Evening Worship.. afternoon.
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8 P.,m.. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday S A*James McRae 'son of Mr The Mark XIII. Deluxe portable

night, 7:30 p. m. Pastor Rev. Ho priatad'dreutlwhich ( and Mrs. J. W. McRae spent the Stereo-Orihophonic High Fidelity _

So lig&t, so easy to tarry takes so little space you'll' Orville Brookins. Every one welcome T rsgv'u.'costly_. weekend here with relatives and .. "'. "Victrola. Plays all records-: -
want ft-with pu wherever you go.Handy as a briefcase.tdwrslimmer ,' 'COMpAL9I npnirsr.l.i.L; C fir... friends. ,James is in Fleet Sonor stereo'and monaural. ""
new regular
/* than.other portables yet rugged durable School at Key West Navy Base.
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,designed to travel PhflcoV amazing new Semi-F1at New, Cub Den :.NWTYuN& James brought a friend. James -3 speokers. New "Living Stereo"pickup.
tube hot only slices off bulk.. it gives you sharp bright Harney of Phfllipsburg, N. J, ., Auxiliary speaker) : SHS13(
pictures for the finest televiewing in portables i Rotating Holds First MeetingCub lU with hIm., shown),or speaker in your TV. or radio

Seanfenna handle:All top controls..17" (overall diagonal \ am E EC The H.' I,!. McRaes spent last completes stereo system. In durable '
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measurement picture. Scout Den 4 of Pack 307 t week in Jacksonville. They en lightweight simulated,brownjeatfwr : ,.

la cxekhtf coioo-Peacock Green, Gold, met last Wednesday Sept. ,1'1. at iraHI fi R:or t joyed a family reunion Sunday ,, case., Model) SHP13. .

Azare'Blue; bunions Baby Alligator. or the armory.for their first meeting > ASOMOU ,'ded+tl. Sept. 14, at the home of a.niece Auxiliary speaker,
finish
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Mrs. W. W Wood- They .also visited '
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following officers were t Tole, \ ''
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elected ;
: President Buddy Star- sq.
From Trim but were'sorry to find a nephew, ,
recton'oular .
picture erea..
$184.95 hag; 'Vice President, Paul Kauf- .
acid: cabinet 1 to Ebony or Angus Stephens, in St. Luke'sHosPital
mnnn: Secretary -Treasurer. Dale Mflreon colon. '189.95 because of a heart attack. .
, Blown; Reporter. Steve edge _<'1( :0---: --- SHEPHERD'S RADIO &TV
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Clean-up committee>''David. Hedge- :WINKLER SERVICE FISH: FEY Friday, Sept., 26, At 'IN5IAN. D.- GREEN,, Owner.

310 E.: Call> st. Starke;Fla. cock; Wayne Gunther and PHONE WO 4-4081 6 BUS r
, Martin Larry 234, N. TEMPLE AVE. p. m. Stadium. Proceeds Phone WO,4-6901 Starke Fla.

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Sally LawsonIs UP ALLIGATOR Auction Sale Non-crop PastureIs these last 25 .years?

Party HonoreeMrs. Not EligibleFor Ouf .
CREEK At Fish
Fry
!.I, L. Lawson entertainedat Soil Bank Of Many local taxpayers were taking

rr zGtiyS a delightful birthday partyTuesday with if tJlb advantages of the Futch Law
/ Band BenefitAnother ; M
afternoon for her dafigh- L Zark tr or Noncrop open pasture and rangelands .The which allowed a moratorium on

,. ter Sally who was seven'years. auction;sale will be held are not eligible under the five years of back taxes if the

old. r )Friday; night at the Fish Fry under Soil Bank's 'Conservation Reserve t e 1932 taxes were paid. Times were
of the Band Par- program, C. E. Andrews, Chairman Past hard for the local governmentsas
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: Florida'room where a merry- ents Association. J. E. Wall owners
chairman of the auction stated lization and Conservation Com- this was a means of getting some
Garden Club go-round theme was carried out

. Hospital Auxiliary in the decorations. The 12 little There :was o.picnic. ampng the_ that the last sale held toy the mittee.,'I/O reminded farmers'.. this, taxes paid in order for govern-
Starts New Season. Votes Awards guests enjoyed games and were crew as theskip drove hard' onto group Wai 'such an "'outstanding: lrgeir. [Edited By Alice McGarvej ment expenses to be met.

With Supper Meeting For Hours Served"A given favors of wagons.filled,with the pilings. Seeking. to adhere -to. success" being both' profitable and Eligible land according to the With cars getting faster every .
animal crackers. .' tradition the skipper and his mate fun, that It was decided to do ItJ1Pn. Chairman, includes, first any i year we think of speed as a problem

Tall Planting, For Spring Gar Caged Man" an Interesting Mrs. Lawson was assisted by went down with the ship..as: she) .' d from which a, crop was harvested I today but apparently it wasa Speaking of automobiles, it was

dens" was the program topic at I film' dealing with everyday tensions Mrs. Jack Und rhU1. sank slowly. by the stern. A pass- The Fish Fry will be held at the or which was"in a regular problem 25 years ago too because news when one car bumped an-

the first Fan meeting of the 'was shown by Dave Mgncinl r. Ing vessel quickly picked 'up the Stadium,,begjnning at 6 pjn. and trop rotation during the year to1 a 1933 issue of the Telegraph other in those days. The news

Starke Garden Club held Monday of Jacksonville, 'PUblic relations First Baptist floundering crewmen who. were I the auction will start as near 7 mediately before the' first year of had this imaginative item: item read that a runaway horses
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evening at the Parish house on director:of Blue Cross of Florida, not covered by oil and.. who were p.m. at is possible. a Conservation Reserve pqntract "A recent invention is the used to be an item of news but

Church streetPreceding at the' general meeting, pi ..the. Circle MeetingsThe not in a state of shock.. The good : Mr. Wall said Band that all.proceeds This is the only, time pasturemay' oral Speedometer it operates witha the other day a runaway truck
ship in this case was one rented I will go to the Parents Association be included in the program broke loose,
the program a' covered Bradford County' Hospital 'AuXwary. phonograph attachment. At 25 on Call St. and ran
dish supper 'was served attables .Wednesday ,afternoon .in the Helen Masters Circle of fishing boat skippered by a local to help pay for the new -when it was' in !a. regular crop miles it remarks: 'The city speed half a block before crashing into
the First that the band rotation the prerio'us'ye\ '
Baptist Church met uniforms members during r/
dentist who is equally adept at
centered with coral vine.An. Pecan Room of the Garden Res- limit has been passed. Is there a another automobile"John
Wednesday at 5:15: m. at the nQW wearing. he declared
p. an r.a ire
casting Impression J set '
artistic arrangement of Fall taurant. The film motorcycle policeman behind you? demons cranked his
was shown on Church with Dr.A. J, .Barry; I donations'atthejjst Secondly: Andrews
Mrs: H. M. HatcherJr. castlng'abait Mr. 'exPl ines1. -
of teeth
blossoms in shades .of pink cent- the sound projector that,was presented store-bought or "At 35-miles:' 'Too fast for city truck, parked in front of Mitchell'sDrug
Leader, presiding over the for bass. The anw gale, fabfijts Mil goats, .eligible:jand includes\ land from
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ered the buffet ta le. to the hospital by the auxiliary f 'Vo'fS- '" driving. We hope you are in the Store, and forgot that it was
Mrs. Jaesie Xoun.g v program and ;'Business, ..meeting. something like, Ireland, Scotland, made a big hit and brought. a ,good which tame hay was harvested country.' in gear. It took off and althoughhe
president, '
# ?4ra.. Dot; Sheppard? presentedtoeKlpr6gwm'Ttne3Brble : or was It. ''Denmark t ? The thioctaw -: price.,, for hay or silage' in either-of '4he i I
presided at the business,meeting, Preceding the filth; R. E;; Ed- two !At 45-miles: 'Your car is still jumped on the running board
and the fire mate"named McRae, All items sold will be donated years immediately before.: the
when three new: members mondson, hospital and attempted to steer it the
were administrator, under control but watch the car
American.Blbie'; l Society" Also;] onthe and maybe unfamiliar with anything and practically anything saleable first year of a contract. Tame hay
truck rolled far Wall's insurance -
into as
voted the club Mrs. M. F. introduced )fro Mancfpf, and M. behind as
program'were, Mrs); Layem but. canoes, stuck' valiantly wilj.be accepted with th nks. Ib defined as a stared! of Bahia you.
Hazen, second ID 'and crashed into
vice-president, pass Joseph | 4QGern of'Jacksonville, outlaw,.Mrs:: t :U: I'\y'aid Mrs. by his captain.The "body of watt Donations can be left at the grass, unproved' varieties of Bermuda "At 50 miles: 'Your responsi- agency .
ed out the new year books. Several also ted Cross. the sedan owned by H. C. Wall.The
projects oqn:. '?with'Blue 'J:P: Dill. Meeting.was closed l with er was the St. Johns River northof stadium concession stand Friday I and pangola grass, lespedeza bility is increasing. Keep your eyes'
money-making were purjng The< \ Palatka and the location was sericea on the road..
prayer ,, afternoon or your. ild. can and Kudzu. ,
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discussed for
the comipg year. presided pyer ,by the silent, : r" ,4-k.e "
f' pn J. northeast of Lawrence's Visticamp. it to Jlis teacher or leave it jn the, -'Thij #js in jiccbrd will} tie Jegis- "At 60 miles: 'Are your insur-
Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr:) program Mrs. P.; 6. Felos, a motIon''waspassed seems salts ation' rest of the students were
Hubert It these two band l Conservation '
Priests authorizing the
.. halL If you live in town. ance premiums up to date?
stating
chairman introduced Tom Cameron that if member struck a piling, knocked a hole end have no of Reserve," Andrews said, getting behind the team by hold-
of way getting your i "At 70 miles: 'You drive-this
Cameron Feed Stores, erveJ 25 hours within
a year she Purchase Business in the boat, then ran full speed donation, call Mr. Wall at WO "which directs that the program attachment will do the praying; ing "pep" meetings. To quote theiradvise"Let's
Jacksonville will
who gave an inter- receive a "stripe" In recognition y .
aheadto ;beach the hoax, before: 4-0091 and he practices shall be carried out
esting talk oof .Fall planting of of her work; and after servingan On Lawtey 'Cornea she shipped too'much water, bit it up. will" gladly' PiCJCJ farm land regularly used in the on '"At 80 pilles'PrObabl1 someone get a little more

seeds and bulbs. A question and accumulated 100 hours_ she,, willecelve'an anoUJSsr piling, down went .boat, I will have the car repaired. If so, pep at football game?. .Eyery.body

'answer1 period followed his talk. auxiliary 'pjn. ,.Mr. and,,Mrs.. -Hubert, f.' PrJest motor, fishing tackle and all.Checking' Band Parents hope' this will. bean crops production, such.. as1 of tame crops hay' [including alfalfa we thank you for the Eale'ot' an- yell, not just a few. If we ail| do

Mrs., : Jeff N. '..Hopkins won a 'It'was voted to.charge ten certts last weekend 'opened up the souvenir 'with'the'fish' camp .we even bigger and better auction other speedometer." bur part there will be more ijpise:
and 'store which'ttieyrecently with lots- fun for and tlqyer, which} dp not require
: of everybody.
sundry
''1 begonia plant ai door prize. for Coca-Colas sold at the hospital find that boat and motor were recovered : annual tillage]. What suggestions do you have in pep meetings and at football
purchased from Remember, there will be prizes: ,
Hostesses for'the 'were by the auxiliary. ; ; Henry as'Vre' two wiser but for the miles "we have added in "
evening Farmers"wh0 games.
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W. Staton of Flagler' Beach. too, donated! by local pierohant.The : 'wlJlf participate i-
Mrs. M.. ,F, Hazen, Mrs''Jesse .At.the_ conclusion of the njeethg. wetter gentlemen. in the I
i caiad pn the corner of Lake -3L association thanks 'all those Conservation Reserve, tHIGH
Newsome Mrs. Paul and refreshments were :served by i that ,
Raymond We can ly'e
Mrs. A. R. Norman. Mrs: T. .Co' itchchairmap of and U. S. 301 in Lawtey, the placeis Ije'reduced"wbenZtraveling who''cooperated so splendidly< at next year should keep in mind ALLOWANCES BIG DISCOUNTS, .
speed
"' hospitality and remembered 11.s "the'old DpcCarradine .the ''last auction and hope they that land is not eligible for the
her'committee.. cut of the channel'as-we: kno'ffrom *'
Drug Store." The building and others will get behind this program [11) when it ]sin noncrop UJSj

Stork: Shower ,owned ,by F., Register, has experience that there are with donations and bids. open pasture or range, or J21 9CO

For Mrs. Jackson St.. Mark'sLadiesGive. : beeq redecorated, inside fr}