Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879


Morgan Replies I

To Critical Audit ,

Defends Action !\! OTHER OFFICES AUDITED !I -PI,

Of School Board : Haines 4 3i 3/
!t Audits covering the following accordance with a ruling by the !!

county offices were received this attorney general at the time." |I j

An audit report critical of the week as follows: Resources Adequate |Ii i Takes

1 a; operations of the Bradford Coun- [ Clerk of the Circuit Court The audit for Gene Long, tax '

ty Board of Public Instruction, Charles A. Darby In a general assessor, contained the following

released last v'eek by Bryan statement, Howard H.
Auditors remarks under the heading of

: iAr; Willis, state auditor, brought a(Weston Jr. and Marion A. Pettit General Statement: i Oath f -

: prompt and complete denial of wrote: Commissions in the net E

L any malpractice from Harmon P. r "The Clerk had accounted for amount of $1,435.61 were due the 9
All Bradford County is proud of the fine new hospital now nearing completion on I i
Morgan, school superintendent and faU collections of record. Registryof assessor. Commissions in general Of
the new Blanding road in Starke. At the same time, no thinking person underestimates secretary of the Board. the court bank balances were were accurately paid. Excess income I Bar

the tremendous new problems that its successful operation will bring to the The audit charged that: not adequately secured at all payable amounting to $165.11; i

community. In this provocative article, H. G. Dads Jr? instructor at the School of The financial condition of the '.times. Official resources were was remitted after the close of | w-

Journalism, 1'nhert.ity of Florida, and summer editor of the Telegraph, has explored operating budgets was poor ... !adequate to cover all liabilities of the audit period. Resources were I

some of the pitfalls that must be avoided if this county is saved from a Headlong expenditures had not been held I record, although there was a cash adequate to cover all liabilities of I LEWIS HAINES II. (left) is pictured above as he was administered

dash down the road toward extreme Welfare Statelsm. This article Is recommended within the resources deficit in the trust accounts in record although there was a cash I the oath of admission to the Florida bar

reading for all thinking citizens who like to face facts before it is too late. "Records and files were well the amount of $385.90. Excess in- deficit in the trust accounts of Patten in Starke last by Circuit Judge George L.

kept" the report continued, "How-; tome payable amounting to $99.85 $176.31. I' Thursday Young Halnes, son of Rev. and Mrs.L. .

hypothetical situation are occur- The local aspect of "the welfarestate" ever, property records were not Was remitted after the close of "Records of income and ,I D. Haines of Starke, graduated from Stetson Law School last
IL G. Dub Jr. ring right now in Bradford 'Coun-]I, has its outspoken critics. kept as required by law. the audit period. Records were I were neat and mathematically expenses 'i spring and passed the bar examination last summer. He is now associated -

I Here are the words of one man "In most instances, the board generally well kept. accurate, but were not an'' with A, J. Thomas Jr. in the practice of law in Starke.iCity .
Joe Blow of Starke came down kept on
,ty.And while the hypothetical case i in Bradford public life who, for complied with the laws and regu- { When questioned about the deficit earned basis." '
with tuberculosis. He's in state
.sanitarium, with Bradford a County is clear cut, with Bradford County i' obvious reasons, prefers to remain lations in connection with secur- said in the trust accounts, Darby When questioned on the deficit) To Charge 15 Mill
alternative but anonymous: ing bids on purchases in excessof : i Levy
paying most of the bill. having no to care in the trust accounts, Long said: I j
His elderly wife fell and broke for its own, there may be others!I Ability To Sponge $300 but exceptions were notedas ':. "At the time over $500 was "At the time the county owed \Churches' For

the borderline. : "You under estimatethe follows: I awed me by county and municipal i
on can
me $1,435.61 this was more
her hip. She is in Alachua General ]
Hospital, and Bradford Coun- In short, where is the line be-' ability of some people to "Bids were not secured at the offices which 'was taken" as a re- than necessary, along with the \Electric Current I Gets Council O.K.

'I tween dire need and ? others. time of purchase of an electric source at the time.
ty already has paid the full mooching sponge on k cash on hand, to cover the liabili-I i
It !
No in Bradford to typewriter at a price less tradeinof Collector Explains I II
one seems "Any easily available facility, ties. ] I'
of three-month
amount a
hospital- The Starke City Council author- With the
r know $355. Tax Collector J. R. Kelly's au- adoption of a 1955-1955
ization tfcb the answer for sure. But such as our new hospital, will be J Sheriff And Judge

Their pregnant daughter, Jane one fact beyond dispute is that the i terrifically abused. Without abuse, "Seven hundred folding chairs d.it\ contained the following remarks The records for both County ized Tuesday night that a resolu- j i budget Tuesday night the City

Blow Lippenhopper, deserted by I'cost of so-called welfare is goingup Ia public hospital cannot be run. and 60 folding tables were pur- under the heading of Gen- Judge Theron A. Yawn and tion to be drawn up which will seta I Council put into effect an ad'a-

her husband, i9 getting prenatalcare in this section of rural North "The result will be that many chased at a price in excess of the eral. Statement: Sheriff P. D. Reddish apparentlymet rate of 2 1-2 cents a kilowattfor Ilorem tax of 15 mills on both real
Florida. low bid but no reason for accept "The tax collector has accounted -
at the Bradford Health Ieople, now under private hospital- with the approval of the city electricity used by ''and personal property.
YearBradford ing other than the low bid was for all collections of record,
Clinic. Bradford County is foot- $25,000 A ization, will become public wards. either by remittances cash auditors, judging by the following churches and civic organizations.For The tax will be assessed againstreal
stated in the board minutes. ,, or on
County operations
ing part of the bilL "Why, in one recent instance, comments on them. I
which might be classed as charity "In the purchase of 30 chair- hand.. Regular commissions in the many years these organiza- property amounting to $1-
The six hungry mouths at home, I the county spent $3,000 for chari-
Theron A.
Judge Yawn
amounted to only $2,715 in 1945.. desks, it was obvious from infor- amount of $51.22 were due the : : tions have been given free utility 446,530, and personal property of
all minor children
cared ,
are for ty hospitalization on one patient "All collections of record were
by the State Welfare Board. Today, 10 years later, it has hit although a son was able to offerat mation contained in the invoices collector. Resources were ade-i'accounted for. Resources were service, but when the city startedits $658,190, and is estimated to bring
the staggering total of $25,000a that split billing was used in an quate to cover all liabilities of into the city's treasury an addi-
Bradford County is paying partof least some support. 1'I adequate to cover all liabilities. utility expansion program it
record. The
to evade the overpaying of
year. I attempt requirements tional $31,570 in revenue.
the bill. Public record. Fees was advised by the bonding com-
pressure $41004 to the collector of charged appeared :
for bids. tax
seucring The tax roll which will be
( used
It that much the
is of
And when Welfare Board true
moneydoesn't I "Even though the hospital to have been Records were and consultants 1
The critical report was given salary guarantee, shown in the proper. I, pany engineering is the same as that used
stretch quite far enough, increase is due to enlarged serv- administrator is set on doing a preceding had not been generally well kept. Income was that such had basis
space in at least two daily news report I.I a practice no "by the county.
Bradford into its ices. And when
County dips increased servicesare good job and keeping the free- adjusted. reported on a cash basis"And ,
in law. The last time the
papers. had
pocket a bit more and comes up demanded by the people, the loaders out, there'll be so much 4 I city an
ade- the one for Sheriff P. D.
Morgan RepliesIn "Depository balances were ad valorem tax
with a little extra money for people must be prepared to pay. public and political pressure thatit Use of electricity ana water by was four years ago
defending the actions of the quately secured. Records were ,Reddish contained the followingstatement l and the tax that was basedon
churches and other year
clothing and food. But few realize I groups
taxpayers (1) will be most difficult to do so. "
I I Board, Morgan issued the follow generally adequate and well kept. : 8 mills.
Preposterous? how much they're paying and ((2)) "Some people will go to the I ,the city had grown rapidly, the
ing statement: In commenting upon the matter I "The sheriff had accounted for City Clerk Carl Johns said that
Is all this ? Well what for their Council was told Tuesday night,
preposterous they're getting ,hospital for free meals. It'll be
I. "The Audit Report that the financial of, the $410.04 referred to, Kelly I all collections of record. Resources from the time whenit his staff at the city hall will mail
hardly. Infinite variations of this money, (Continued on Page 10) years ago
condition of the Bradford stated: I were adequate to cover all liabili- amounted to 200 kilowatts the new city tax bills out as soon

County Board of Public Instruction -I 'This was brought about by ties of record. Excess income monthly, until now it averages qs possible, and that the same prepayment

d Y is poor, la. really an under- f a.y hangeover of the accountingfrom I payable amounting to $$801.56 was about 4,000 kw's. discounts,will apply as oa

statement of the condition of I a 'received' basis to an i remitted Sept 10, 1955. Records I[county bills.Band .
The to the for furnishing
cost city -
county school finances. Local ,I'earned' basis, and this was in I:were generally well kept.
II free, service last year
funds have not kept up with the
tax-paying ability of the county. Obviously you cannot furnish amounted to $8,272.63. Members
growth of the school system. r
4-H There has been an increase of In 195,0 seven mils were requiredin maintenance, lights, water, heat, In the budget adopted Tuesday Hear Marines Play
Club4 night, this amount was reducedto
service etc.
insurance, janitorial ,
more than 500 pupils in Bradford : order to meet this matching
$1,000, and the rate of 2 1-2
for a growing system with less Thirty-nine BHS band membersand
County Schools during the last requirement In 1955 11.4 mills
I If this condi- cents per kw, which is about cost,
each friends attended the U. S.
money year.
six years, and there has been no I were required for matching pur-
Poultry corresponding increase in the poses. In five years the local tion continues some of the essen- was set. Marine Band concert in Deland
I -1- I''I funds available City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. last Sunday This organization,
amount of local revenue to meet have been reduced tial functions will have to be
until was instructed by the Council to one of the best in the nation, was
these increased costs. In order to I now the Board has less than eliminated. We may see a return -[ ,

Show participate in the Minimum I seven mills out of the 19 mills draw up the resolution for presentation conducted by Capt. Albert Schoep-
I to the day when pupils were I to the next
meeting per, newly commissioned director
dation Program the county Foun-I:levied to meet all requirements of
contribute a matching the school system not covered by asked to sweep and maintain I I Tuesday, night. The local musicians enjoyed the

(Continued on Page Four) I i trip and the much.
termined by a formula based upon the minimum foundation program. program very

Winners I Mayor Promises Campaign Against -I Tornadoes Have Lay-off

Given rk_ :I Traffic And Parking Meter OffendersStarting After Victory Over PKY

Awards Monday, Oct. 19, the! A drive to enforce the traffic ', '- .

L city police will begin vigorous laws' in Starke will begin next I' Bradford High unleashed a bevyof

Monday, Mayor W. T. Jackson fine running backs to score
drive to enforce parking regulations -
I told the City Council Tuesday two touchdowns in the fourth
in the city of Starke, Mayor
night. quarter for a 19-7 victory over 4

W T- Jackson stated Monday. I "Drivers have not been observ- P. K. Yonge at Citizen's Field in I

Mayor Jackson made the an- ling the laws on either stop signs Gainesville last Friday night. ; Shaw I
Ten Poultry Club members POULTRY SHOW WINNERS are pictured abo\e. Front row (left !lor I The Blue Wave led 7-6
nouncement during police court speed limits, Jackson said, by a
thehalf.way to right) Rudy Sapp, blue ribbon Terry Itch, white Charles White- !''
reached mark last ; ; Monday morning, when he gave "and I have instructed the police j margin through two quarters of

Saturday in a special 4-H Club head, red; Gerald Norman, red. Back row ((1 to r) Linda Huggins, orders for the drive to the police !j department to crack down on of-'the game, hanging on by the skin And

project being carried on for one red; Nell Williams, red; Edna Mae Russ, blue; Dickie Dads, blue. force and asked for full coopera-,'I fenders." of its teeth. Both teams made

The which started tion from the policemen. [i In another action, the Mayor j enough mistakes to lose a gameon Kirkland
year, project I These young poultry producerswill store. Lester Kalch and Herman I i I
have asked any given night 13 of them,
meter violations the Council to furnish the
last April, is designed to teach carry their projects through Jones, representing the poultry Parking be

good poultry practices applicableto next February, and at the completion department at the University of been almost completely ignored in I I police department with a quantity I to exact. .
The win PKY theTornadoes'
months but from now on i of 10-mile-an-hour limit! over brought
of the recent speed Among ,
a backyard flock or a commer- project will have an Florida, judged the show.C. .
win be completely and,signs, which to be in season record SO far
law are
the j
cial flock. Ten club members egg show in connection with a i B. Littlejohn, manager of the 'I I
enforced, the Mayor J the Saratoga and Pine- up to three wins against one de
Heights ,
received 100 white Plymouth Rock banquet to climax the project. Gainesville Sears store, presentedthe impartially ,

chicks in April and last Saturday -I This project is one of many awards. said.Under !haven sub-divisions, and on side II feat. BHS
Kirkland Scores
in use, a streets .
the now churches.Rotarians
on the courthouse square in similar efforts sponsored by Sears I The local project is under the system near
I BHS first in the
scored opening
ticket for overparking in a metered -.
exhibited eight pul- Roebuck Foundation, with awards I
Starke they supervision of Miss Dorothy Ross,
minutes of the when PKY
is returnable by 10 a.m. i game
lets each that are now producing for the local project being provided home demonstration agent, andG. zone Hear
I I I by the Gainesville, Sears T. Huggins farm the following morning with a lOc III[bobbled the opening kickoff and
eggs. county agent.
II fine; if returned within 24 Leland Hiatt :an alert Tornado fell on the ball

To Use WOMAN'SINTUITION a $1 fine is hours'I'L'lereafter Ildeep in opposition territory. Six 01 Backs

Assessor I New Record Set I and if not by that time, the Mayor '', Leland W. Hiatt, executive secretary -II splays later, Charles Kirkland

New Larger MapsGene may issue a warrant for the per-: of the U of F Alumni Assn. scored from three yards out, after
I For Juice Use son's arrest. I Ii f>land a former district governor of I la I r perfect fake into the line by: ,

Long, tax: assessor, is now Councilman Ruby Johns came I i In his first Mayor's Court, Jackson Rotary, was guest speaker at the Kenneth Elder.

in the process Of entering all lout in favor of a City Recreation A new record was set for monthly -] had only one case to try, involving -t Starke Rotary Club Wednesday. Elder's run for the point was
loca- | Hiatt discussed some of his stopped.The CHARLES KIRKLAND (left) 145 lb. Senior, starting right half and
the Council
Bradford property in special
County Program use of electricity and water in a neighborhood dispute
i He urged'early work at correctional institutions Tornados' 6-0 lead was No. 1 Tornado punter, will be out of the lineup for the rest of the season -
tions on new larger-scale maps. meeting held Tuesday night. Starke between two women. I
during September when I avoid future trouble by for boys. He described the short-lived however, for PKY due to reinjury of a shoulder that sidetracked him last season.

The new maps, which are drawnto She did not get much encourage- the city's income climbed to an all them staying to out of each other's way. I important part that the community -I came back in the same quarterand LAMAR SIU W, 148 lb. Senior back, is one of the three men now be-

the scale of 16" to the mile, ment on the idea, as City Clerk time high of $20,892.95.This Bonds were estreated on a num- itself can play in developing:I II scored when Tommy Cheek ing coached to replace Fullback Kenneth Elder who will be benched bya

portray one section on each sheet; Carl Johns said that there are a sum is appreciably higher ber of traffic violations. I young men and women who will:'|' (Continued on Page 10) j chipped heel bone received in the P. K. Yonge game.

itiIl take about 500, of these ,slot of things desirable for Starke, than any previous month, even I ,provide leadership in future years.
|but the big question is where the J The speaker was introduced by I I
to cover all property in after Given
maps making an allowance for the Rev. Sommer
H. P. Morgan. '
I money is coming from to pay for (
the county, Long said. fact that cash discounts
are no Absence The !
stated"that them. !Leave Of j I meeting was held in the
He new sys- < However, after a general discussion [longer allowed. 'Methodist recreation building, j
tem will result in a saving of MethodistsJohn
'! of the idea, in which several i In the past 12 months, the aver- By since the American Legion Hall, j
time, both for his office, and for "
t other councilmen endorsed the ,the regular meeting place, is being ,
property owners who wish to I age income from this source per A. Torode chairman of I
made the flat ; moved to location
project, Mrs. Johns a new on]I
learn who owns adjoining proper [month has averaged about $16,000, >i the Official Board of the First
prediction: the Legion's property on U. S. 301.'
ty. : 'based on figures taken from the Methodist Church, announced
"We're have a recreation ,
going to
tentative budget containing 1954- "Sunday that the pastor, Rev. I = ; ""
Blue Jeans Urged program :1955 revenue facts. Robert D. Sommer, has been Business Licenses h
I! granted a leave .of absence in I'I'I Were Due Oct. 1

For 'Harvest Hop' I Grace MethodistSets II:Revival Slated ''order that he might recuperate I II

HomecomingAt ( I fully from the after effects of an I City Clerk Carl Johns announced -.
Harvest is the title of the
Hop At Holiness ChurchRev. !attack of virus several months I this week that all city occupational -

Halloween dance being sponsoredby Lawtey Sunday ago. licenses have been due and
the Junior Woman's Club Sat- I Ralph S. Morgan, : -
evan- The chairman said that a supply;payable since Oct. 1, and urged I 1 1s'ie
urday night, Oct. 22, at 9 p.m.I The Lawtey Methodist Church 'gelist of Green Cove Springs, .pastor from Gainesilleill conduct 'I that all who have not yet obtained I I

Square dancing will be featured, will observe its 66th Homecoming I will begin a series of revival serv-( morning services at the I I them, do so at their earliest opportunity -

so girls are invited to don their'Jon! Sunday, Oct. 16, with Rev. !ices at the Pentacostal Holiness church on Sunday, while local ar- : j

gayest skirts and men to wear Troy Wakefield conducting the ,Church on Oct. 17. The pastor,,rangements will be made for the I He also stated that unlness the TORNADO Harold Godwin (No. -

blue jeans and come to the USO. 11 a.m. senices.ij i r Rev. Roland S. Morgan, invites services. law f
i ( 11 I evening is complied with promptly I 9)) tackle PKYs Billy Robinson .
Tickets are available at downtown ij I! Dinner will be served on the 'i iI !the public to the meetings, which lj I Mrs. Sommer and the children Mayor W. T. Jackson will have the I(with bail) in an exciting moment '

stores or from members at $1 I grounds. All are cordially invited. :,begin at 7.30 p.m. each night. will continue to reside in the police conduct a drive covering'I(of last Friday's game in Gainev .

per couple. : I Starke parsonage. each establishment in the city. I 1 tille.By .

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and tame for him, and heads to
editorial Texas. Humphrey Bogart PAGE TWO FRIDAY OCTOBER 14, 1953

Farmer's DiaryBy ...............
Diana Lynn is the demure Has Unusual Role .......yv Alma Starling, and Mrs. Russell

schoolteacher of a small frontier In New Florida Film Thomas attended funeral services
Sam McGarveymore town who falls in love with Lan- PINE LEVEL
We've Got The Radio for Wiley Thomas in Jacksonville
caster but realize it would be "The Left Hand of God," movie
growers in what they call CI gel to tie him down as a mer- adaptation of a best-seuing novel, by Jlrs. U. M. MvlUe Tuesday of last week.
But Where's The Protection? their 5-Ton Club, consisting of chant in a little town. She lets comes to the Florida Theatre Mrs. J. G. Jackson and daughter
members who raise fitons of him go to the more wild, im Sunday through Tuesday. AA&A&A&AA4 of Starke and Mrs. B. M.
of Starke have of
When will the City means
berries to the acre. pulsive backwoods girl, played Rev. and Mrs.
obtaining prompt police aid at night? From time Dianne Foster. by Humphrey Bogart plays the partof braith and son of Malcolm St. Gal- McRae spent Thursday of last
to time have pointed out the danger that an unscrupulous Americanflier Augustinewere week in Gainesville with Mrs. Mc-
we grave And now to get back to our Ten year old Donald MacDonald guests of the H. XL McRaes
exists in the present unsatisfactory system of puny efforts, we set out some who plays the appealing role '. who turns adventurer after Sunday afternoon. Rae's daughter, Mrs. Clyde Hug-
communication between citizen and police in the more plants this week, but we of Lancaster's motherless son, is World War II to become the lead. :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling, Mrs.
late night and early morning hours. still have a lot more to do beforewe an instant hit with aldiences. er of a Chinese warlord's nondescript hey.Mrs.. Russell Thomas and chil-
the streetsat will have a real patch set. army. Finally he escapes
the patroling
Customarily, police are
from the warlord in forceful and delicate situation de- dren visited her daughter, Mrs.
night in a squad car and it is entirely sound Well all our work and trouble Trouble is that when the runnersare WANTED:: -PECANS guiseof
a Catholic priest. Complications velops into a dramatic clima.'t.Lee Joyce Williams, at Melrose on
practice that they do so. But how can they \ feeding out our steer Slug- in so many weeds, it costs No quantity too large or toosmall ensue when Gene .
beg more to get them out and set, Cash Tierney.a J. Cobb, who won stardomin Thursday of last week.
contacted in case of emergency? Police, er, finally paid off this week market prices. Seeus nurse at a Chinese mission finds
than if we went out and bought before his role in "Death of a Sales One new member was taken into
cannot remain within earshot of a selling. Dillard Keene, she is
patroling. when we went to Lawson's Meat falling in love with "
plants from another 117 a man man, is seen as the treacherous the church by baptism last
telephone station and therein lies a difficulty that Market and got 592 Ibs. of prime .-.. .-.. .-.. grower. \V. Brownlee, Starke. she believes to be a priest This warlord. Sunday.
trouble in the past. iAN
has caused
beef. We had Lawson cut it up Talked to a tobacco grower this
The ironical part of the situation is that the and wrap it, and it is a good week who believes very stronglyin OPEN
city's police car is now equipped with a fine new thing we did, because that wayit irrigation and he said he is LETTER TO ANYONE INTERESTED 'IN i

two-way radio but it is not in operation at was done in a few hours, whereas done with using gasoline enginesfor .

night, when it might well be needed most. The the. last time we did it ourselves power. He did use them, but BRADFORD COUNTY AND
facilities for adequate protection are on hand, but it took us all day. he found it far cheaper in the ITS AGRICULTURE I

so far no satisfactory way has been worked out Incidentally a butcher who long run to use electric motors.

for the use of this equipment. looked at our beef before it was Inasmuch as Sam's shouldersstill 1. Only one recognized organization has given ANY support to the Bradford County Fair. :Most of the counties I

There have been many instances in the past cut up said it was worth 52c a ache from trying to start up oT northern Florida staging successful fairs receive financial assistance in amounts varying from
when Starke residents have called the police for pound wholesale, but as we had his gas engine, he could well ap- $5000.00 up annually.

help at night, but have found it impossible to get raised it to eat we weren't interested preciate to advantage of just 2. This single organization has
in snapping an electric switch acquired (through its own efforts)
selling at any price. to a perfect location for the Bradford Coun
in touch with them due to the fact that they were When start a system. ty Fair.
telling one fellow about up
out in the patrol car. One such case comes vivid- .
how good the beef was, he sort 3. In
to mind. A housewife heard a noise in her addition to making the land and facilities available, this sole f
ly of sniffed and asked us how much Like most other farmers in the organization is spending about $5000.00
garage. She investigated and courageously held it cost us to raise it. meaning country we have been doing a lot on developments for the Bradford County Fair so that any recognized agriculture group (including
the intruder at the point of a gun, while another that it did not pay us. :Maybe of thinking about what is wrong students) may use its facilities on a year-round basis.

occupant of the house flagged a car and went in he's right, but the other night with the present system, when 4. This organization wishes to its
search of the police. There was a wait of several when we sat down to dinner, everyone in the country EXCEPTthe Board of County Commissioners express who have grateful thanks and appreciation to the City of Starke and the
hours before the police could be located and arriveon Each of us with a 1 1-2 lb. broiled farmer is doing well financially helped provide some services.

the scene. In this case, no great harm was T-bone steak, with the white fat 5. To help finance these initial expenditures, a few local individuals have taken promissory notes
done- except to the nervous system of the house- sizzling hot and sweet as honey, It seems to us that there are 5 per cent interest. (See note No. 1 below.) bearing

wife. But on another occasion, a set of similar and the meat juicy and tender, two cardinal points in the prob- 6. The Bradford
serious we weren't worrying about whether County Fair is a non-profit organization incorporated under the
circumstances might lead to much more lem. One is the big spread be- laws of the State of Florida.
Any profit accrued
raising our own beef pays or goes into further development and improvement of the Fair only.!
not. We tween what the farmer gets fora ,
stumbling block in the proper operation of much to care.were enjoying it too hamper of snap beans, for ex- 7. Because of the apparent lack of support by the agricultural interests of the county (perhaps through mis-

the two way-radio at night has so far been the ..nyhonowadays it is getting ample, and what the consumer understanding), the sole supporting group has been forced by necessity to earn its revenue from

seeming inability to work out a plan whereby an almost impossible to buy really pays. At times this is almost other sources, specifically. a carnival for one week out of the year. What have YOU done to improve the
officer could be at the trassmitter in the county good things to eat at any price. ridiculous, as when beans bring Bradford County Fair?

jail to relay messages to the patrolling police car the grower $1.25, and cost 15c alb 8. The
when a person in need phones in. At the Soil Conservation Fish retail. Or, in other words, ford Fair organizations of the county have been advised publicly that they may get out of the Brad

Perhaps this is a difficult matter to work out Fry last week we certainly hada there are too many middlemen from County each of them.to the extent they are willing to support it. Representation and advice has been. sought

satisfactorily,but surely it is not insurmountable. good time, and we stuffed ourselves living off the farmer's work.

In his campaign platform, newly-elected MayorW with so much mullet and The other is a lack of any plan- 'I 9. Long-range developments planned include a large building for indoor livestock
._T. Jackson said ". I will endeavor to have a other good things that we almost ning as to the amounts of crops and offices for organizations, recreational facilities for the showing. meeting places
busted. planted. This week we read that youth of the county (e.g. a skating rink, baseball
policeman on duty when and where needed. I be- the State diamond, etc.) as well as a clean picnic area for the entire family.
Sam thought he'd do Agriculture experts told
lieve we should have more men on night duty
quiet bragging about our steer what volumes of vegetables could 10. One organization no matter how
less in the daytime. This would seem to indi- community-minded it may be cannot successfully stage a venture
dressing out much, probably be used by consumers of this size without
so but
cate that he might be thinking in terms of gettingthe time by the the assistance of many others. If the Bradford County Fair is NOT what you would
during the
Lloyd Green coming That like
and season. for
Foster Shl to be
two-way radio properly manned at night you need only to look in the mirror to see the cause. If you want to build the Bradford
Smith .and others got done kid- may be well and good, but who is County Fair to take its
the time when it is needed most of all. ding him about it being pretty going to decide how much of each wallet. rightful place among surrounding counties, roll up your sleeves and dig in your

No doubt a satisfactory solution to the problemis good considering how small it thing each farmer will plant?

much more complicated than it appears on the was, Sam had to shut his face. That brings Us back to the problem 11. So far. one organziation has done all the work and has raised all the This
organization is
money. the
surface. There are just so many policemen on of controls, and we think that Jones-Langford-White Post No. 56 of the American Legion a of 331 residents who
hand the and handle other duties. Read about an interesting experiment every farmer everywhere thatis have group (in case you
to patrol city may forgotten) sacrificed: much to put many of you "in business." HOW ABOUT IT?
legitimate farmers, and not
The extended city limits have greatly enlargedthe being conducted out in
the Pacific northwest on the fer- well-to-do people who make their Notes; 1. If you want to help financially by taking 5
territory that the police force has to patrol. some per cent notes, contact W. H. (Billy) Graham,
Police officers cost money, like everything else, tilization of strawberries, which money otherwise and live on a Guy Andrews, T. C. Hazen, Jr., Bill Patray or L. H. Gibson.
they call the farm would be better off with
"dynamite" treatment
arid the city's finances are under such a strain .' rigid controls on everything.It 2. If you want to exhibit anything commercial, contact J. 0. (Jerry) Gay.
that the of adding extra policeis
right now expense It seems that in the states of is all very well to talk about 3. Agriculture and home
a considerable factor. the demonstration entries should contact George Huggins, Miss Dorothy Ross
Oregon and Washington the pro- farmer being kept independent Paul Hutchins ,
Jee Wood
It's a problem a big one. But a short time or Miss Barbara Bunch.:
duction of berries has fallen off right now he is free to do as
ago just after the two-way radio was purchased to about 1 1-2 tons to the acrea he pleases, and slowly going out
, for the expressed purpose of solving the problemof ( book tells us that a quart of business!
citizen-police contact at night, we were assuredthat weights about 1 3-8 lbs.) or about .. 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR -- WEEK OF OCTOBER 24TH

a solution was at hand. 2,200 quarts to the acre. While Burt LancasterIn
What has happened? Where does the matter the adjoining state of California

stand now? When will the citizens of Starke have was producing 6 tons to the acre, 'The Kentuckian'At .

the assurance of prompt contact and assistance or about 9,000 quarts. Park SundayBurt The'19sa Ford 'rhunderblrd
from the police at night? Anyhow, the "d '11amitt';" treat-
ment consists of applying about Lancaster makes his debut -
Seems To Be Our MoveIn 300 lbs of phosphoric in the as a director, as well as 4.?
form of ordinary or triple super actor, in "The Kentuckian," show-
Regard To 'Poor Hole'While phosphate in bands about 4 inches ing at the Park Theatre Sunday

on'each side, of the row, and through Tuesday. Costarringith .
in Starke for another purpose Monday about 4 inches deep in the soil him in this rich mixture of his ; .

night, General Mark W. Lance, Adjutant Generalof 1 Nitrogen and potash are applied tory, action, and romance are .--.-.. --- .
the State of Florida, was questioned concerningthe later. Dianne Foster and Diana Lynn. z.
Florida Armory Board's plans for the con Thts method of fertilizationseems Lancaster is seen as Big Eli,

troversial area on Kingsley Lake known as "Dead to pay off out there, be a hunter who, with his son, Little
End Beach" or "Poor Hole." cause they are getting more and Eli, finds Kentucky too confined .

This location is on Armory Board property but ..,
in recent years has been accessible to allcomerswho 'For A F-A-S-T-E-

used the beach, leaving it littered with garbage '. .
and in a generally unsanitary condition. Last

summer it was pronounced a health hazard by AND CHEAPER
local officials and it became apparent that some-

thing would have to be done to remendy the

situation.There are only two alternatives: 1)) the area Hot Water

will have to be placedunder fence and made in-
accessible to the public, or 2) it will have to be
The Fairlane Victoria is one of 18 new
operated and maintained as a public beach by
Thunderbird-inspired Fords. You can see .
some agency with proper supervision. G-o Gasp Thunderbird beauty in its long low lines.Drive f '
General Lance said Monday night that he felt

sure the Armory Board would be sympathic to-

ward any proposal for the proper operation of --- .
the area as a supervised beach and that the site it today !I

could be made available for such purpose.It b ..r

was suggested that local groups, interestedin
seeing the area turned into a community asset J

Florida the rather area Board be than developed of a Parks deteriment.and with operated the might proposition contact as a State that the \ water perfo n\/1; \ 56 FO RD..with[ new 20 -h.p.Thunderbird Y8

Park. This would certainly seem to be a more /

desirable solution to the matter than placing the ,
area under fence and forbidding the public to
enter. There is a genuine need for this type of ; with new Thunderbird Styling with new Lifeguard Design

recreation in this and the State .....-- t
facility vicinity, if. ,. .
Park suggestion might be a happy solution for his gof
everyone concerned. ti A glance tells you that the"56 Ford has the long, low lines .

At any rate, the expressed cooperation of Gen- the dazzling beauty of the Thunderbird.

eral Lance is called to the attention of civic 4I ii But wait till you touch the gas pedal! Ford goes like the

groups and public boards and officials in this I Thunderbird too.With the new 202-h.p.Thunderbird Y-8 engine,
community. The next move seems to be up to us.F I V available in'Fordomatic Fairlane and Station Wagon models,

/ u '- you'll pass with new confidence, smile at bills.i ,
WERE GLAD to hear Congressman p' .,
Charles Bennett speak forthrightly on the Jacksonville 1- \ If And there's even bigger news-Lifeguard Design! With the

Forum Monday night as favoring Adlai i cooperation of universities,medical associations and safety experts.
Stevenson as the Democratic presidential nomineeover Ford found that most accident injuries were caused by the driver

any other prospective candidate now on the Perfection ,\ being thrown against the steering post, occupants being thrown
political horizon. Bennett's stand is particularly GAS t. \\ ,_. $ forward against hard surfaces,or from the car. So,Ford developed

refreshing in the face of fence-straddling or t. it4. a new steering wheel with a deep-center structure to help protect
negative attitudes on the part of certain other Hot Water Heater Offers You A you from the post doubledoor locks to give added protection

members of the Florida delegation who have t from doors opening under shock optional cushioningfor
instrument panel and sun visors, to help lessen injury from
chosen to speak out on this subject.So I ri rya 1 ,
far, the main criticisms that have been More Hot Water FASTER 4 impact optional seat belts that help keep occupants in seats.

directed at Stevenson as a presidential nomineeare More 4 NEW UFEGUARD FEATU S-new deep-center steering Come in! See the '56 Ford drive it, learn what Lifeguard
that he is too intellectual too witty and Water CHEAPER wheel new double-grip door locks optional new Design means for the greater safety of you and your family.
speaks "up" to his audience rather than down. padded instrument panel and sun visors, and optional new
Constant ServiceThat .
We cannot see why brains, fluency and wit neces- Ford seat belts.

sarily disqualify a man for the White House.THE Lightning And Storms Won't Affect.

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1879FLORIDA'S Year Warranty With Heater ,.....

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OCTOBER 14,' 1955

ffTTTTTTTTTTYYTTYYYYYYTY after spending several days in the j cut his foot while at work Monday -'last Saturday night were Cecil I]I.: Mrs. Eva Crowell of Largo is I t
Lake Butler Hospital. [ Melvin, Mrs. Lottie Edwards, Har- spending the week with Mr. and
BROOKERBy }oIl'. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis of Alan Land visited his parentsin ry Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mrs. Malcolm Lewis.WANTEDPECANS. I .
w R -1T .
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Pensacola last Friday. Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dyal, v .TAr-. .
Mrs. E. B. Catlen Pitt Baxter and Mrs. Ella Lewis Donald Williams of Dundee Thomas Hamilton, Ernest Douglas, ...
last Mrs. Lewis accompa- and Alan Land. ". tI/t.
Sunday. f
visited Mr and Mrs. G. W. Davis No quantity too large or too, i'.r'
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&ALLkAA& their home for a few Mr. y
& them to
nied and
A& and 'family last week. Mrs. J. W. Brown of I smalL Cash market prices. See } f e
Circle MeetingThe days' visit. Among those attending the Hawthorne spent :Monday and us before selling. Dillard Keene,j
Beulah Harrell Circle met Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes Jr. football game L= Jacksonville Tuesday with the R. F Ganos. J I Ill W. Brownlee, Starke. ai I tI Bill
at the home of Mrs. E. B. Crosbyon attended a birthday dinner for. -
Oct. 4, with Mrs. Theo Dyal Mrs. Rita Dority in Gainesvillelast
presiding, and Mrs. E. R. Lester,, Sunday. z
program chairman. :Mrs. E. B. Recent guests of the H. E.
Crosby WMS president, gave Stokes family were Mrs. Dewey FLA. GRADE 'A'
notice of her resignation. The Stokes and sisters of.Jackson. ,; _
next meeting will he held Nov. 8 ville, and Miss Aline Stokes of /w \
Dressed and Drawn
at the home of Mrs. M. O. Harrell. Graham. r "
The Garden Club will meet to- Mrs. Ruby Hayes and Mrs. \ >;
night (Friday) in the community Mattie Barry, who are spendingsome
center. time at Gulfport, were here t i FRYERS
VMS meets at Brooker Baptist for the weekend. A ;
Church at 3 p. m. today (Friday). Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
On the sick list this week are
Miss Viola
Robert Jones were :
Mrs. J. H. Kelly and little Nancy Jones, .
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Jack .
Green. and Gary Lee Jones, all of Gaines- s4ltltilJe1Ja'
Glad to have Mrs. Bill Bighamand ville, and Miss Martha Hodge of I : Pound 39c
small son back home from LaCrosse. I

Jax.The Claude Prescott of Jacksonvillewas 59-t95i-
G. \V, Davis family recentlyenjoyed the weekend guests'of :Mrs. I
to Ocean Pond at
a trip
Doshie Prescott Allgood BrandSLICED I
Olustee and O'Leno.
Miss Murline Rogers of Val-
We are proud of two of our dosta, Ga. visited home folks Lb
outstanding 4-H Club members, here last week. S BACON 41C
Edna Russ and Dickie Davis, who John Burr spent the weekend
won blue ribbons and $13 each in with his mother, Mrs. Mary H.
the poultry contest this year. Burr, in Mount Dora. "Super-Right" Young Tender Western
The awards were made in Starke Sorry to hear that Sonny Jones

last Rev.Saturday to W.spend M. Lawhon a while with left Mrs.Saturday : 1 ,: b'. BEEF E E F L LIVER I E Lb 29C"SuperRight"

Bill Lang and Mrs. Verbal Wal- ,

lace in Tallahassee.The ....a,.ssff..! h. ... ****- FreshlyGROUND .
Pine Hall Masonic Lodge a y i Lbs $ .00

Oct.met in 4.Among. the community center on i''i' 40INCHES BEEF F 3 '

those attending the New :
River Baptist Association meetingin "Super-Right" Small Pork "Super-Right" BREAKFAST

were Starke Rev. and and Mrs.Lawtey C. B.last Stalling week, WIDE SPARE RIBS ib 39c SAUSAGE Ib 49C

Mrs. J. C. Harrell, Mrs. Rosa t.
Pinholster, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. w # "Super-Right" Center-Cut Headless DressedWHITING
Crosby, Alfred Compeau, the Lon- r' r PORK CHOPS ib 59c 2"* 25c
nie Parkers, Mrs. Theo Dyal, Mrs. .
Mattie Sowells, Rev. and Mrs. H., /DON'T BUY "Super-Right" SLICED Morton's Frozen
H. Mott, and Mrs. J. K. MODEL ,
Enjoying a peanut boiling Douglas.at CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON J-400 .1 ANY RANGE BACON Mb pkg 49c PIES 4 99c"SuperRight"

the Ernest Russ home Wednesday about this questionIt J'TILL YOU
night of last week were Mr. and All Meat Cap'n John's Ready-To-Eat

Mrs.Lake Sonny Butler Dukes, and and Mr.daughter and Mrs.of adds up that a sportsmanwho Deluxe Features I THIS ONE I BOLOGNA ib 39' SHRIMP 10-0 pkg 450

Kenneth Russ of Hampton.The fishes, hunts, golfs, etc. o Modern Pushbutton Control f
Roy Green family visited i
Mrs. T. S. Mann and the John is much more apt to injure o Huge All CalrodMaster Oven
Freemans in Gainesville last Sun- 5 lb bag 39c
someone and. be liable for o Calrod Bake and Broil Units

day.The T. W. Markeys were over- damages. Would 'r : t
o H} Speed Co/rod Surface Units
night guests of the J. T. Taylorsin FRESH TOKAY GRAPES lb lOc
Palatka last week. Personal Liability protectionfrom e Famous focused Heat Broiler'Convenient .
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis of : Firm CrispLETTUCE I

Starke are spending a few days your agency cost less S Storage Drawer ,;...:.......... 2 Heads 25c '
with the Woodrow Thomas fami- than 3c per day? ; '.
l ly. ; :-r-;, '" LONG
We Service What '
We Sell '
The F. L. Townsends of Bell ; 2 for 15c
and the Alex Thomases of Gaines- I .,:,,:
ville,were Sunday guests of.Mrs. Charley E. Johns ."". > \\'\\,

Grover Bill'Genovar.Joan Thomas. and Mr. and Mrs. & Son G. J L MCGRIF BARTLETT PEARS Ib 13c

Thomas of Jacksonvillespent Agency
the weekend with her par- GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor. Large Vine-Ripened
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Phone 13 .
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of Call & Walnut Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Eacht'.I 19C
the Worthington Zedra Hamiltons.spent Sunday with CAN TAL 0 U PES S .;, .

Jdhnnie Lewis attendedthe
blrthday given' 'In honor' of Firm Golden Yellow .

her home of Junior Starke sister in LaCrosse Shannahan,,Mrs.at the Fronnie last of Dave Sunday.Gainesville Clemons Shaw New ord Ttu&s for'56have RIPE BANANAS : Lb if" Qc

pent Hazens.the weekend with the Aubrey -

Bill Genovar and R. G. Thomas For Dishes lona Large Tender
made a business trip to Henderson JOY regular bottle 30c
N. C. last week and were accompanied We them now- the new trucks with the lib Cans
back 'home by Mrs. Detergent V" PEAS S 2 23C
Frank Genovar. LEADERSHIP LOOK and more horsepower :. TIDE giant size 72c
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas

Jr.and visited Mr. and Benny Mrs. Thomas Benny Thomas Sr. in per dollar/ than any'ofher truck line! CHEER large package \f 30c Sunnyfield Long Grain x I

Gainesville Jackie Sugga last Sunday.enlisted in the .# Detergent { Lb Pkg

Navy and left by plane for Great r. They're here! New Ford Trucks for '56 with more OXYDOL giant size 72c RICE 2 l1C

Lakes, 111. last week. His parents, ,, power for your money-as proved by comparisons ,
:Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Suggs, expect '4' It's Pink
of net horsepower and suggested list prices of all ...
30c Nutley Colored Quarters *"
him home for Christmas. DREFT large package .1.
Six and Y-8 engines, cM
Recent guests of the Bill Big- A' truck lines. Now, a seven
hams were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Superior Short Stroke! Only new Ford Trucks give l-/b/ Ctns
Bigham Sr. of Lakeland, and Mr. .f4 you modem Short Stroke power in erery model from 1ReSOAP 3 bars 25c OLEO 2 35C
and Mrs. John King of High \ New!8-ft.%-10"Model MOO Pickups to BIG JOBS, and at no extra cost! New
Springs.Mrs. ," Express for bulky loads. Drirerized Cabs, new exclusive safety features! See IVORY SNOW giant sige> 72c
Louise Wood visited her a 6*Pickup also available. Ita na Light Meat TUNA
mother, Mrs. L. L. Hardee, in \ GVW rating 5.000 lhe. .the new Ford Trucks now! S'U
Jacksonville Monday.A. WOODBURY 4 bars 26c FLAKES 2 -oz cans 39c
A. Edwards underwent surgery NEW! Deep-center lifeguard steering wheel kelps protect
in Alachua General Hospitallast driver from steering column in event of collision. Personal Size Pickle Patch Mixed SWEETIVORY

Malcolm Monday.Lewis is back home i NEW Lifeguard door latches help keep doors from SOAP 4 bars 23c PICKLES 22-0% jar 25'
jarring open on vehicle impact. Cleanser

NEW i2-volt electrical system for better starting,better Spie 'N Span 2 Mb pkgs 49c A&P Fancy SLICED

1. performance, greater electrical reserve. Armour's BEETS 2Ubct>ns 23c

GAINESVILLESATURDAY NEW! "Special" engines with hood air scoop, 4-barrel Vienna Sausage 2 4-oz cans 33c
carburetor, and dual exhaust system for extra power! Iona BARTLETTPEARS

NEWT Tubeless tires run 25s cooler, give extra mileage, Swift's Jewel Shortening 3-lb can 69c 29-0% can 33c
resist blowouts! Standard on every Ford Truck!
Blue Label Ladv Betty PRUNE

Karo Syrup 24-oz bottle 23c JUICE # bot 25c

OCTOBER! 22 n New Ford F-600 "2-tonner" Beech-Nut Chopped

I gives choice of four Short Junior Foods 2 jars 29c A&P
Stroke engines, up to 168 Pineapple Juice 46-oz can 23c
d ,.,.,,, h.p., and five transmission Nabisco T *irf
t .t a choices to suit your needs Premium Saltines 1-lb pkg 23c Pillsburyr* ,
.L, exactly! Now up to 18,000 Flour 5 Ib bag 51c
i .. ___ lbs. GVW-32,000 lbs. GCW, Burry's Old Fashioned
Dromedary Yellow, White or Devil Food
to haul more payload. 9-oz 19c
Cookies pkg
\ Sugar Cake Mixes 2 pkgs 39c

1 TT1 Flaga Dried A&P's OwnDexo

Baby Lima Beans 12-oz pkg 13c 3 Ib can 69c


THE ITS TRIUMPHS WORLD ITS REACH FIELD package 39c Chunks 2 No. 2 Cans 49c

BEYOND THE SEAS Superfine. Ann Page STRAWBERRYPreserves

HE COLOSSUS or LIMAGRANDS Mb can 15c 2 Ib jar 59c

6o-PEOPLE-sca CONLEYyI Prices in this ad effective through
.150 ARENIC STARS Fudh-Creiat E i*
bum d .a 6, Jane %
DSO WILD ANIMALS Saturady, October 15
Is-ELEPHANT S.15 Trwpe- Clumoioiu a6010SEATS5000 for LEADERSHIP DEAL Parker I ,..
u. _fS1TDO,000INVESTED See us now a Mitten ti intnii timti MI*

LOLITA *1 1S7,4W
Daily'Expenses iii T i,AQ w i ri'' CHERRY
Andrews Motor .
TWICE DOORS s .ur u 4.w awe 6S M 1
DAILY 2 &8 P.M. gg" Company

BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES PIE Lge 8-j'n Size 39 Open Until 9 P.M. Every Friday Night

Adults $1.18 Children 53c 412 Call St. Starke, Fla.FRIDAY. .
Ii i If You're Interested in an (A-l) USED Truck Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer I -


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tCSJSSSSSSSrSSSSSSSSs-s-rrg---S Sir rrS Beta Sigma Phi \VSCS NoticeThe involved and a $100 trade allow-I'': '
I ance secured for Power Facilities 'I there has been filed by Mary Kar, the Bradford County Telegraph a.
Hears Cancer Talk was the old jadimos Pierrakos in the above'I'i newspaper published in Starke.
Methodist WSCS will meet machine. Expansion Program i styled court a Bill of Complaint Florida for the next five consecutive -
against you and the relief therein weeks.
By Health NurseThe I Monday morning at 10 o'clock in Blames Newspapers May Take Months prayed for is a divorce. A VIXcriX -' Given under my hand and the
the educational building. :Mrs. "A perfect audit report is some- ) MATRIMOXIL from you. seal of this court this S day of
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority! Clyde Sinclair will I This is therefore to command I I September, 1955.
review the thing that is seldom you, loannis
seen; it is Construction of Starke's Pierrakos, to appear
(Official Seal
new ) Charles A. Darby
met Monday night at 7:30 o'clockat took "Within Two and file your written
at the the business of the auditor 'to '; defense in I Clerk.
power plant and water said
the home of Mrs. Ernest Phil-: regular business and program search out all defects that he can will take about six to I'I 1955,cause filingthe on or original before October in my of-24. By: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
lips, with Mrs. Doyle E. Conneras I eight fice and sending 9.16 5t 10/11
Gladys Mooty meeting.A find in the operation of a copy thereof to :
any sys City Clerk Carl Johns Samuel W. Getzen, Plaintiffs
Phone 35 co-hostess. 1 covered dish luncheon will be tem. The honesty and integretyof was told this week by consulting Box 81. Gainesville, Florida attorney -
The Pledge Exam was givento held at noon.Morgan. the members of the Board of Upon failure to comply with this
engineers working with the city on order a Decree Pro Confess- will
-a the following: Mrs. Myldred Public Instruction of Bradford the project. i be entered against you according

Cuttino, Mrs. R. E.. Firth, Mrs. J. County was not questioned in this "Work Uo law and this case will then continue -
\VMU NoticeCircles Garden Club BoardHorticulture on new plant is pro- Process Er: Parte.
I O. Gay, Mrs. H. W. Myer and Mrs. RepliesTo report. The practice of some ceeding smoothly" Johns said, I This notice shall be published InJp

of the First Baptist Group I Joseph D. Warren. Three other newspapers who take statementsand "and almost all of the contracts .

Church WMU will meet Tuesday, To Meet FridayThe pledges, Mrs. Doyle E. Conner, phrases out of context froman have been let. Work began this -. -- ,

Oct. 18, as follows: I Miss Carolyn Edwards and Mrs. Audit ReportContinued audit report in order to make week on dismantling the equip- I

Ida Darby. with Mrs. 1. N. Horticulture Committee of L. C. Hinson, were unable to take sensational stories is the reaSon ment at New Bern, N. C." .B I !
I the examination at this meeting. for this detailed explanation iji ;
Pickering. 10 a. m. the Garden Club will meet in the con-
Daisy Fowler and Helen Masters I They will take it prior to the Ritual ( on Page 10)I) cerning this audit report It is OTICE ARKE' fL- 'rHE.
Woman's Club this afternoon In accordance with the
of Jewels and dinner party at I impossible for school boards provisions i J
Circles both meet at the homeof I buildings themselves. Apparentlythe to of Section 230.39. Florida Statutes -
(Friday) at 330.: Discussion topic Oct. 24. operate under the many rules and The Board of Public Instruction of I .
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, 3 m. only remedy for this situation
p. -
will be home grounds beautification At 8 o'clock the regular regulations that are now Bradford County hereby serves no i Sun.. Mon., and Tues. .
meetingwas imposed
Lorena Epperson, with Mrs. R. would be the removal of the tice that an election will be held Nmta'E. V
called to order the upon them by state law November 8, 1855 the Oct. 16, 17, 17 :
B. Alvarez, 3 p. ro. and landscaping. The public by presi- matching requirements of( the and the for purpose of 4mtONlV.ANIMAL 1 ;r-vi !
voting for district Trustees and Double
dent, Mrs. E. A. who in- State Board of Education Feature .
Yancey without i
Ethel Biggs Circle met at the is Invited.Circle state, or an increase in race track District tax levy for the ensuing IA? 12 I
troduced Mrs. Eustice McKnight, having some infractions that will biennium. The Kentuckian PO&6U51N&HOUOW 17 V
funds, or an increase in the
home of the leader Mrs. A. R. as- be 14/11 4t 11,4 :
Bradford County health nurse. caught by the state auditor..
Norman, Monday night with 16 Four WSCSCircle sessed valuation of the county. With Burt Lancaster 4oRN hUT _
, Mrs. McKnight gave an interest- School Boards usually operate to CALL FOR BIDS .
members present. Mrs. Edward Critical Studv Sealed Bids will be taken until I: -And- I SHLDS
the best
ing talk concerning cancer, can- '" of ability within the -
Hall presented the program and 4 of the Methodist WSCS cer patients and their needs, and "The continued decrease in the procedures that have -been set up 9:30 A.M.to November the Board 7. 1955.of for County furnishing I Three For The Show I IW'th \'UUJAI.LY.:

Mrs. Bertha Fuller gave the de met :Monday night at the home of made many helpful suggestion as operating reserves and the poor for them expecting that from Commissioners of Bradford County. --- -

votional.] Mrs. L. C. Hinson in Saratoga to the Cancer Closet's supplies, financial condition of the school time to time the auditor will point Florida 1 Wide: tread crawler tractor, minimum Betty Grable I -aPhotography -
system are the 100 drawbar Color Comedy for Children Fans, be aware,
Heights. A entitled "Vision major reasons for horsepower.
play out these infractions
The following WMU members showing samples of different types to them, and
the most stringent that diesel engine, minimum %2 inch you can rely on a fine Ansco
audit has
attended Lleadership Course in and Vitamins" was enacted by of things needed in various cases. if sensational news stories are not track shoes, crankcase guard. radiator -
Avondale Baptist Church Tuesday: Mrs. C. M. Hunter, Mrs. L. Hillen- During the social hour a stork been made of the schools in years. printed about certain parts Ot the guard. hour meter and hydraulic 'Wed., Thurs.-Oct. 19, 20 I camera from the BCmNXJ-
dahl and Mrs. Edward Schwab. An exhautive and critical studyof angle dozer mounted. Double TOX STl'DlO1) GIFT
Mrs. J. E. Hilderbran, Mrs. H. shower was given honoring Mrs. report no real harm is done. It Complete unit to weigh not less Feature I
Mrs. Hinson and Mrs. W. B. every aspect of the operationsof is the than 32,000 pounds. to be serviced SHOP. These nationally famous
A. Lawson, Mrs. J. W. Furlong, M. A. Urquhart Jr., who received business of the auditing The Man From i
the schools made and I and ready to operate. F. O. B. I
Thompson, hostesses, carried out was re cameras mean better
department to picturesfor
Mrs. R. O. Dansby, Mrs. J. many lovely gifts. Refreshmentswere point out errors for I I tarke, Florida. I
D. Warren, and Mrs. J. T. Land. the Halloween motif on the refreshment served to the) 21 members ported. A judgement that was the education of public officials." BID XO. 1: Bitter Ridge iI i you and they're pricedto
table. paid by the Board in 1940, but In Did No. 1, the County will of- I selL! See our
With grand selection
present.KnightLesawyer. had fer to trade in one Caterpillar D. Lex Barker and Mara j -
not been satisfied of record 6, which will be down payment. Corda.jAnd it pays!
OES NoticeThe PTA was dug up on this report. I The balance at no interest in -

t High School I "The board was criticized for WASTED PECANSNo thirty equal payments beginningnot I They Won'tBelieve See The New 1956
earlier than
January 10. 1956.
Order Eastern too
of Star will quantity large or too
Bradford School PTA will not paying all billa promptly. A I BID XO. 2:
meet Monday, Oct. 17, at 8 o'clockin Mrs. Claire Lesawyer of Haw- practice that the board had been 'small. Cash market prices. See In Bid No. 2, the County will of- Me I READYFLASH OUTFIT

the Masonic Temple, honoring 'meet Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the thorne and H. V. Knight, Sr. were following for because tax us before silling. Dillard Keene, fer to trade in one Caterpillar D. Susan Hayward and Robert I
Grand Organist Ima Williams of High school library at 7:30 p.m. years 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187. 6 and one Adams number 414 pa- Young Total Value $15.80
united in marriage in the First moneys are not available until late trol grader which will be the down Plus Comedy for Children
Gainesville. All members are urgedto H. P. Morgan will be guest speaker. Methodist Church, Kingsland Ga. in the year. We have had no payment.in The balance at no interest Complete Outfit
thirty equal
attend- Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 6 o'clock. complaints from the creditors of beginning not earlier than payments January Fri., Sat.-Oct. 21, 22
Mr. and Mrs. Knight are mak- the board. I 10. 1956.
June purchases have Double
I I !.YVI n 1liM It will be necessary to furnish Feature only $10.85Layaway
their home at 612 North Lake I I
always been carried over into July two: bids. The board of County
SOW* Dr.
Men's Clothing St., Starke. and paid the next fiscal year. Commissioners reserves the right to Jekyll
ALVAREZ' STORE l NIA.: filth reject any and all bids. I I Now
Established IBMThaf8 No explanation was given for the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS and Mr. HydeI For Christmas

Supper Honors overestimation of funds that would. sefloiDBD AIWDj1Si : OF BRADFORD
!: 10 COUNTY FLORIDA Spencer Tracy and Lana Turner
Pastor' And Guests how this figure was based upon I so31aWVt (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, AndUTAH
the state estimates and that the !: } Clerk of Said County -

state recalculation of the mini- 10/14 2t 10/21 __
Our Business
Members of the First Christian 0109 -
itAss41 mum foundation program in the IB The Circuit Court of Florida. With STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP
If It's Glass .- We Have IU I ICALLWRITE Church gave a covered dish supper month of March reduced the state riRhth Judicial Circuit, in mid Roy Rogers
on the church grounds Tuesday -I i For Bradford County Plus Serial Chap. Xo. 8 and
or VIS"ITJoe estimate of teacher salaries by 010Jqf IB Chancery; I
evening honoring Rev. and Comedy for Children,
No. 10-1197
IIO.OOO, thus in de-
Mrs. J. E. Sherwood and their resulting a Mary Karadimos.Fierrakos. Plain-

; Peters Glass Co. h ouseguests Mr. and Mrs. Otto ficency eachers in salaries.the funds Normally available this for I H .'Ise.J.V3tU. tiff, vs. loannis Pierrakos Defendant I,I '-

Hannah and Mr. and Mrs. Norman DIVORCE
; FOR ANY GLASS NEED Hannah of West Virginia. recalculation would have causedno I Order of Publication and Notice to
I real difficulty if there sufficient Appear I
We Design Modem Store Fronts Approximately 55 members ,eJ To: Jlr. loannis Pierrakos 40 Tay- I
A reserve and contingency fund getous St.. Athens, Greece; other-
Just Mail Us A Pattern for and guests attended this delightul available. QYMitchell's wise address unknown.

Table Tops get-together and enjoyed a delicious You are hereby notified I thatCHIROPRACTIC ;f -
,_ .
Best Bid Taken
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 supper served on linen covered "The Board was criticized in I Drug Store"He I

tables set up on the lawn. the recent audit for not acceptingthe I : ,1 i I II

low bid on certain items of ,

Ladies Council equipment. The Board accepted is not limited to the correction

It FALL SALE Meeting Notice what in their judgement was the I of headaches and backaches,

best bid. For example, the chairs I but is very effective in corn

4 The Ladies Council of the First I and tables mentioned in the audit I ling asthma! sinus et'l -

Christian: Church will hold their report. The Board received i heart and digestive di!! -
circle meetings next Tuesday at samples and prices from eight and liver and kidney ailments -
7:30 p.m. as follows: furniture companies from whichto I as well. ,

Circle with Mrs. Havana Johns. make their selection. The lowest -"
I Since the nervous system controls I II
SEAT bid items
Circle 2 with Mrs. Margaret were very small and
p Blankenship. fragile pieces of equipment that the function of each organ

Elaine Colon obviously would have been a & I of the body, a nerve pressure I
Circle 3 with Miss very 4
s poor buy. Therefore the board ) ; I ran. produce any of the abovementioned \ You can't measure your future in terms of
t 4.1 :._ disorders.
COVERS selected those items that in their I "
"take-home The
I your pay. you put;
j judgement were the best buy for wants to know-have we The Bellinger Chiroractic I
P; : DukesVaughnMr. in the bank each will tell the real
1 2O the school system. got any HOT coffee Clinic in Starke provides a I payday t '
4-Door &Up and Mrs. Revel Dukes of I "The item covering 30 chair- Sinner bad lady assistant and a free consultation I story of your progress and security. /' ,

Lake Butler announce the. engagement -: desks was correct, and bids were service.
Sedan ;!! !; and approaching marriageof I not received. The desks were or saint discreet I II For your future-add regularly toN ,

their daughter Eloise of Jackonville. -, purchased without bids in ordero You can't be either I Phone 108 I II bani
I unless eat! your savings account in our, )
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD and Lake Butler to Eu-. : care for an emergency createdby you I Office hours daily except Thurs.( I /

dell Vaughn, son of Mrs. Cassie an unexpected increased enrollment I Evenings & Thurs. by Appt. [ I II

TV RADIO SEAT COVERS Pressley of Norton, Va. at Bradford High Shcool.,I I GUIDON GRILLGeorge 9:30 to 13 1:30 to 5:30 I II
The wedding will take place at The process of calling for bids : I

4 o'clock in the afternoon on October takes time. Time in which those BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC I

I 29 in the Liberty Street: students would have had no placeto Kopelousos, Owner FLORIDA BANK STARKE f

( SPECIAL THIS WEEK Baptist Church, Jacksonville. A sit. In the case of the typewriter Starke FJa. I I II

I reception will follow in the church the audit failed to mentionthe CLINIC
fact that there was a trade I I
annex. Member Florida National Group
I I Starke, Fla.
f: Future HomemakersTo I I II'

Have Fair BoothThe t II :' _J_ _,-a _J_ -.-.- ;. \

Future Homemakers of .t/
America, BHS Chapter, met Tuesday I iiiOW. .

to introduce the sensational new in the home economics room I I
with Miss Barbara Bunch advisor.

1 r Patricia Alvarez opened the I !I I ,

J I&L stL j meeting with a skit, after which. =: : :

songs were sung. President Patricia eTa
SUPERRoo.\1aUc\ Wainwright presided over i::;:: 4 I .

the business meeting at whice .,
I time two Chapter mothers were LOOKGIRLS. C IJ I...
ZIP-CLIP SWIVEL-TOP nominated, Mrs. Cox and Mrs. .
Optra iroUntly-clean*iLl Moore. ;
ev r from 1 portion
The members decided to havea MORE GRASSno

bake sale and exhibit ,
..P clothingat
; convertible
the County Fair. that he's farming the CAT* Tool Bar Way! \iJ -
After the business
To IMPTY till00 Roll-easy meeting, refreshments ':"!;;
|U- KOTO-DOLLY were served by Jean CLEAR LAND -- o L in exciting -
Moore, Nancy Conner, and Patri- t. 2 t : ,
I i with 4 rubber$wjvil.ball-b ving vhit lf. cia Alvarez. I You'll be amazed at how a Cat D2 '
) i Tractor with Cat Tool Bar Dozer can ." .. : \ .
clear 2* to 4* young growth or dig I = "=- new 3/4/ cup *
PLUS New River WMU up and push the big ones.Fill in gullies, ;

: : STORAGE1L Installs,.OfficersNewly .dig. stock bigger ponds.profits!Have better pasture \\JI .;- f: > -

Jl| TV-BENCH CHEST installed officers of the RENOVATE PASTURES / / ,. : i.: S t ; f
that takes the
Here's cultivator
New River Association WMU are: one : ', ',
Mrs. slam-bang of working in rock, roots .. 'Ji. t -
Emma Lamoreaux, presi- I / .:
sod. Just what you need for pasture '
dent; Mrs. Wilson Green, vice I improvement! Yours at a substantial .;." /ca i. = '.

president; Mrs. Chas. A. Darby, savings; we save you the cost of duplicating i'"f" -. ,." '

.oM.IIa4.dby\K.uskwp. I $ youth, leader; Mrs. L. L. Dyal, ; frames controls, wheels. e ii "'"" ... -'<: -. .

-.- secretary-treasurer; Mrs. C. F. / --

Beard community missions chairman I INCREASE .. / i'
All thaft nidern ia ONE cinDer ; Mrs. S. E. Sparks steward Li MOISTURE PENETRATION .".f. :.

i N..WheeI ROTO-OOllY lid JOB jm '29'1 THIS WEEK! I ship chairman; Mrs. Paul Ray ( ? Trap rainwater in your sidehflls i t. \-
subsoiling with the Cat Tool Bar can -- --
mond, mission chairman -
study ;; -- --.
double the amount of water '" "". .
NO DUST BAG TO EMPTY! actually -
Mrs. ,
Florida Baldree, children's ;: 'i.
l30tJJ'4O 8 pc. set Deluxe Attach0Matic that soaks into your side hills. This. -. --
aiZpL4a4e. Clip-on tools home chairman; Mrs. J. R. Kelly, means big yields to you I '\ "
t f C.mpMSbl. tltiiMffith
.. New Easy Action Zip-Clip training school chairman.The i "\ .

1111.... EU Ear_& Super Slvel-Top Power-20 more suction new officers were installed I I '. Bossy's right Cot Tool Bar Farming givti you all ._. Neckline Scoop Neckline Hatter

_-t; -full Y H.P.motor by .Mrs. S. E. Sparks at the an i the equipment you nod for pasture Improvtmtnt. 1\ \ \ S
1; Amazing 3-D Rug Nozzle" with nual rally at Kingsley Lake Bap usual
ot a fraction of tht cost. 1
floating brush tist Church. \ \ !
I ----
I SlATS' -efl a -
-a Se
a a-
*' Motor-Oriven Shag rug tool-optional fL Famous Hidden Treasure cup now in a
t DIRT ]" WllP$ Low prlced-$20 to$30 LESS than '
DISTURBUUTOR \ '1 CLEANS'SUCTION most comparable cleaner* GARDEN HOLD CLUB MEETINGThe BOARDTO \: LOBRANO Machinery Co. Inc. I -"" x/ daring three-quarter version gives you a rounder,

For fast cleaning of carpets I "."' higher, perfect buatline for today's fashions.

\ ., and without large ruflt.effort.. ,gg19 $ 95 Starke Garden Club Governing I. Jacksonville Ocala Tallahassee i Adds fullness confidentially, without pads or puffs. uplifts
/J.tt Board .
-- will hold its
INTRODUCTORY OFfER I (19 Com plots meeting, r Cot DS Tractor Wft i igJtQolkrQiMl comfortably thanks to the gentle under-bust \\ re. Detachable straps
Thursday night, 20
'Rt.l. ._., ".,,111 I ( H. Send Tool Bar Farming information!j jaa"
$U.U $ II halter regular.
\, prICe 7995.cJq deluwo at 7:30 o'clock at the home of the I jI adjust instantly for all necklines: strapless, scoop, ,
toolsSee I I'I.
president, Mrs. :M. F. Hazen. I .
live demonstration at our store at once or Iform \

PHONE ( Phon irajFOR 10 DAY HOME TRIAL! I CEMETERY WORKINGAT ''I.: I II Broadcloth, in white only. 32 to 36 A cup, 32 to 38 B cup. Wily 395.
I j, Nome I II
C. I
; NASWORTHY There will be a cemetery working i.1 Ill \\1.. Address I II


232 E. Call St. Phone 19S-J Church all day Thursday, Oct. 27. 1 1 YOUR CATERPILLAR DEALER I

Come and bring :your tools and '1oIIi CItI GIld _... lradMclb
L. CItIorp.IIar_w.___.011____-______ __ .J I
.,'unch. R. H. Green Jr., clerk. j -------------- FLA.


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I sssrs ssrrrrrrsttrsssssssr nssrrsss rsrrsits Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson T. Jonesof Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i P. Fred Butler. 1309 Darnett Bank !Order of Publication and Notice to I. Bradford County Telegraph shall
As Clerk of said Court. i I Building. Jacksonville. Florida Appear; Mute of FloridaTo (publish this Order in next four
Arlington, Va.. are visiting Mrs.I. will have as weekend guests at By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I' and file tue original in tne nrnce of i : Richard P. Harvey, whose res- [weekly issues.
N. Breazeale at Kingsley Lake their camp in the Scrub, Leonard Martin J. Pearl. 204 Smith Building the Clerk of the Circuit Court on, idence and address Is c o Bates j Withness my hand and firth ial
Jacksonville, Florida. before the 14 of November, Saco, '.seal )
or day Manufacturing Company, at Starke. Florida. this ( do-
for a few days. Busbee of Lakeland, of the New Attys. for P1!. 10/14 4t 11/4 1955; otherwise the allegations of :Maine. 'ber 8, 1955.OFFIUAlSEAL.

PtMtow&L Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen York Giants, and James Wheelerof said Complaint will be taken as You are required to appear on ( ; ) Charles A. Darby
( Mims. bow confessed by you. November 14. 1955. in the above Clerk of the Circuit Court
and family were Sunday They expect go STATEMENT OF THE OWXEtt- This notice shall be published named wherein By Marian! L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Court and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L.: and arrow hunting. SHIP.MA AGEME! T. CIRCfLA- once each week for foul consecfitive cause (Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
TIOX, ETc.. REQUIRED BY THE weeks in the Bradford County Tele- i plaintiff seeks divorce and return of 'E1dg.. Jacksonville Florida
> Johns, Jr. at New River. The Recent guests of Mrs. R. A. ACT OF CONGRESS OF AtGCST 1
graph. !personal property. Attys for Pif. 10 14 4t 11 4
> M THE NEWS occasion being the birthday anniversaries Newson were Mr. and Mrs. H. W. :4. 111:. AS AMENDED BY THE Dated this 7 day of October. 1955. I
ACTS OF MARCH 3. 1933. AXD --
of Mrs. Johns and Mr. Shipp of Jacksonville. JULY :. 1M (Title 39. U.S. Code 10/14 4t 11/J
( ) A. Dam
. . .
.. ,- - - ---------- Section 23.'n.Of .
y rrrrsrr Cowen. Weekend guests of Mrs. Loyree Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Hartmann and her I. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. I I Sell It Rent It Trade It
)Ir. and Mrs. J. A. Dankel of Friends of Mrs. Hugh Moreheadof Mrs. M. L. Lawson entertainedat family were published weekly at '
brothers, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Florida for October 1. 1955.
Waycross, Ga. spent Thursday to Ashland, Ky. will regret to a surprise birthday supper 1. That the names and addresses NOTICE TO APPEAR ''
Tuesday night for her husband. Phillips and-son, Joe of Jacksonville of the publisher editor managing IB Clrcslt Court. Bradford C.B>ty
Saturday of last week with their hear that she died suddenly last Florida t I. Chanrery.

son and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. Friday of a heart attack. Mr. With Mr. and Mrs. Lawson and Beach and Mr. and Mrs. J. editor Publisher and,business E. U Matthews managers, Starke are:, Adolf Drexler, Plaintiff, vs. Rose

and Mrs. Morehead family to celebrate the occasion W. Phillips and son, Daryl and Fla. Drexler, Defendant. WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
S. Da ket >( were frequent Editor, E. L, Matthews Starke, Case No. 10-1253
and Mrs. Roscoe Strick- daughter Ann of Orlando.Mr.
Mr. ,
Mrs. :Marion Howe and son visitors of Mrs. 0..L. Beasley and were Fa. Notice To A..r.
land of Lawtey.Mrs. and Mrs. C. W. Richie of Managing Editor, E. L. Matthews To: Rose Drexler, whose residenceand -
Gene, spent the weekend with Mr. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid while enrouteto Starke. Fla.Business address is Unknown.
B. T. Thomas yas surprised North Starke and Mr. and Mrs. I Manager E. L. Matthews You : tined that a Low Rates Good Results
and Mrs. Raymond Howe, Jr. in. their winter home in South are hereby em Easy To Place
at a birthday dinner given Gerald D. Griffis and son of Camp Starke, Fla alt for
St. Augustine. Florida. I 2. That the Is E. L. Matthews Divorcehas
owner :
Mike Chitty was confined in Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen had by her four children in her honor Blanding enjoyed a visit aboard I I Starke. Fla. been filed against you In the tO WORDS OR LESS, ONE DfSERTIO* & t

Tuesday evening at her home on the heavy cruiser, USS Macon 1 3. That the known bondholders, above named Court and cause and EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2 e
Hope Haven Hospital for four as Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. mortgages and other security you are required to lena a copy of
days last week where he under- Wayne Douglas of Jacksonville.Mr. Water street Helping to celebratethe during its recent weekend visit holders owning or holding 1 percent your answer or pleading to the complaint DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CEXT ON TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS
affair were her two sons-in- to Mayport. They were escorted or more of total amount of I on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. SSe ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IX ADVANCE
went a leg operation.Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Jr. bonds, mortgages, or other securities Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla]
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle'were] will return home this weekend law, one daughter-in-law, 10 I aboard by Cpl. Donald Richie, a are: and file the original in the office of -
grandchildren, and Mr. and Mrs. member of the Marine detachment, None. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or $10 REWARD to information FOR SALB-Five Pet
in Live Oak Sunday where Mr. from two weeks vacation in 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 Include. in Rabbits and
before the 14 day of Nov. 1955. two
ine to the arrest and ;IPad-1 pent. St>g Strobo
L. N. Pickering. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richie and cases where the stockholder at Hardy
Doyle attended the Elks Ritualistic Chicago, 111. where they also at- appears otherwise the allegations of said of anyone sellinsr Beer or
All Wool Suits $14.95 atuila's. brother of Mrs. Griffis. upon the bonks of the company as Complaint will be taken a* confessed to minors or emclovin- minorsin FOR SALE-Xice
Clinic. tended the U. S. Independent Tele- trustees or in any other fiduciary 2 Bedroom
I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, relation the name of the person or by you. businesses Selling Beer or Frame House. Modem Bath and
phone Assn. meeting in the Con- This notice shall be publishedonce Wine. Bradford Co. Children'sCommittee. Kitchen. Gas
For Christmas-Give Portraits corporation for whom such trusteeis eatHot and
I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hall and accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. each week for four consecutive Mrs. E. A. Hall. Secv Cold Runnifl Water.
rad-Hilton Hotel from also the in Plentiful
Chicago acting statments the
the gift that only you can ; week In the Bradford County ,30 14 10 26 chPAT'H landscapms
9 10
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hines of Bran- Leonard Noegel, recently drove to two paragraphs show the affiant's : and Pecan trees.

give at Bullington'8.Mrs. Monday to Wednesday of this ford were visiting Mr. and Mrs.B. Hendersonville, N. C. After a brief full knowledge and belief as to the Telegraph.Dated this 12 day of Oct., 1955. Hiehwav 33 Acres. frontage.Will, Sell Bus Service.
week. circumstances and conditions under (IF 0.White Sugar or Trade All
T. G. Mitchell of Jacksonville T. Thomas on Tuesday.Dr. stay, Mr. and Mrs. Noegel returned which stockholders and security (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby : for sale See Early Culver athtimt or Part. Owner leaving' state.
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and Clerk of the Circuit Court F. P. Peters. Route
former Starke resident, was and :Mrs. T. G. Ritch at- to Starke by bus, leavingthe holders who do not appear upon the By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk behind Griff Pros. Store. i Starke. Florida. 2. Box 90.
family were in Jacksonville Sun- (books of the company as trustees Maxville. Fla. lIp 10 21
confined in St. Luke's hospitallast tended the football game in Miami Quigleys to be joined later by hold] stock and securities in a capacity I 10/14 4t 11/4 I I
Mr. and Mrs. C. THE FAMOUS
visiting Ray
day Beacon
weekend for treatments.Mr. last Friday evening.Mrs. by Mrs. Jennie Thornquest and I other than that of a bona fide W.A.'TED-Experienced salesmanto on sale for Blanket now
Greene and Dr. and Mrs. W. H. owner. IB Circuit ('().rt. Bradford Connty represent Sin -er Sewing Machine $4.95. Also 24.95
and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Joe Wilson spent the week Mrs. M. Mersereau. They all returned -' 5. That the average number of I Florida I. Chancery. Co. Must have car. AD- Princess Comforters for $10 95 at

son, Jimmy, of Tampa were week Chapman.Mr. end with her sister Mrs. S. T. home last Friday after a copies of each issue of this publication Rena Jean Harvey. Plaintiff, vs. r lv 402 N. Marion. Lake Citv. Lawtey.mith's: Shell Service Station In
sold or distributed, through Defendant.Case jtchjr ,0,2fi
and Mrs. W. A. Stern and Richard P. Harvey Fla. 2tche! 10 21 _
end guests of Mrs. O. L. Beasley Dell Jr. in Gainesville. delightful stay at Laurel Lodge, 'the mails or otherwise. to paid sub- No. 10.1243

and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. On Sun- daughter, Louise, were dinner Friends of Mrs. Josephine Mc- summer home of the Quigleys.Mr. preceding scribers during the date the shown twelve above months la I PRE-CAST SEPTIC TANKS and in- FOR 14 acre SALE-By Pecan owner.Orchard.5S A.res.
Mr. I Newly
day :Mrs. Kincaid and her nephew, guests Wednesday evening of Kelvey will regret to bear that and Mrs. Omar Ebeling of 2,350. Mallation. Phone 415-W or decorated three bedroom
Kahr at Earlton L. MATTHEWS. LOW COST I Write Dos 1108, Starke, Fla. bath and ultra kitchTn'
and Mrs. A. L. E.
vacationin 'is confined in St. Vinceat'sHospital AFB Selma Ga. were over- modern
Jimmy, left for ten days she Craig Acknowledged by me this 1 day 10/14 4tchg 11/4 Screened in sleeping porch. New
Birmingham, Ala. and New Or- Beach. The occasion was with a broken hip, received night guests last Thursday of Mr. of' October, 1955. Liability Insurance S garage.'ST Ideally located'with
4IIj Kahr's.birthday anniversary. I I Monday. and Mrs. Bert McMains. (SEAL) Charles A. Darby. Clerk of FOR SALE-Boy's 26 inch Bicycle income potential. Write F.
leans. in a I the Circuit Court, County of Bradford good condition new tires and P. Peters Rt. 2. Box 90. Starke,
Mr. and Mrs.. Inman Green are 1 Rack Dresses Special $7 and State of Florida. Contact Us Concerning the tubes, $10. Jerry Hansen, P. O. Fla. 2tp 10-21
Box 307. Starke, Fla. Ph. WaldoHO ,
14i I I in Tampa on business from Wednesday $9 at Leila's. NEW INSURANCE LAW 8-2371. Itchg.

to Friday.Mr. Mrs. Allie Driggers and Mr. and :NOTICE TO APPEAR I SARATOGA HEIGhTs

!Low Cost and Mrs. Otto Hannah and Mrs. O. B. Dukes of Lake Butler IB Florida Circuit i IB Conrt.Ch..Bradford cery. C..IT No Membership Fees ELECTRIC MOTORS UNIT Xo. 2

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hannah were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Willie Edward Moran, Plaintiff] vsr
home in Katie Weaver Moran Defendant. BEST RATES IN TOWN Rewound and Serviced Three bed room .a5ry "o.C'o
to their on Sunday. SOW
have returned Kelly .dC'r
I Case No. 10-1240 O55tr5tI. I.
rTi rn West Virginia after a week's visit Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and 1 I!Notice To Appear 6 Months Policies I General Machine Work All t.St.r"e"veteraas.e"'ht addition. Price
To: Katie Weaver Moran whose 100.00 with
week- .IIPII-
_, Mrs. J.E. Sherwood. Babs, spent the ratios
with Rev. and daughter, residence and address is: 330 43rd Work GuaranteedReasonable to Purchase. $ O.oo I.
LIIXllIbyGreyou Fred F. Stump flew to New end at Fernandina Beach with Mr. Street, Newport News, Virginia. CONNER I thirty diy. aid ':3i.OO at rIOII.C'
You are hereby notified that a Doyle ; Rates Price to Don ,veteran
few days Burbank Jr. I $250.00
York City to spend a and Mrs. Billy I suit for. with application to purchaM

with his brother, A. Wells Stump. Little Margaret Rebecca Jack- Divorcehas INSURANCE AGENCYPh. I and as low as $500.00 at dosint'
Lewis of Apopkais of Mr. and Mrs.I been filed against you In the RED SEAL Buy now and select the Interior
Mrs. Lillie S. son, daughter above named Court and cause and colors and tile for bath and kit-
visiting her son and family, W. T. Jackson, was christened at you are requited to serve a copy of 285 136 W. Call ELECTRIC & MACHINE t'lwn. See' the Plans. kecu them
ad your answer or pleadlnr to the complaint overnight and make your
Lewis. Church Sunday SHOPF. M"Ition. -
I James the Presbyterian
Mr. and Mrs. .
I on the Plaintiff* Attorney lf-nTOU want to own a
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McRae and,morning. Among those present I I' W. GRAUDOX, Owner, Mjr. some this.It "! pay You to ID"e3tirate -

familywere- visiting Lt. Com. and were the maternal grandparents, Temple & Pratt Ph. 397

Mrs. John McCort in Sanford over Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon Sr.,I FLORIDA REALTY CO.

I -. ;: 4 the weekend. and paternal grandparents, Mr,I WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE SLESMAWANTED! Of Starke

-- Fred Leonhard, all of I combination
and Mrs. Sober reliable man for I
Gainesville was
One Way R.Trip Frank Palka of Debit. Starke and Lawtey, vicin !, Real Estate Broker
CHAS. C SHEPHEKB? It's Marianna 4.45 8.05 the weekend guests of Mr. and Keystone Heights.Mrs. t ity. Call 65811 or Apply 6-7 Vidal -' 353 Temple ,"e. Telephoae 383
Maxie Carter Sr. was lJ17I. for Inter-
Building, Gainesville MarUe, Florida
not hard to find just follow W. Palm Beach 6.30 11.35 Mrs. Al Harley. called to Jacksonville last week view.. 4tp 10/14

the crowd:" St. Petersburg 4.00 7.20 All Wool Coats $29.95 ateila's.
serious illness of her mother WAITED
by the New 8 8 16 Con- PECANS
Miami 7.75 13.95 FOR SALE- x x
I Mrs. W. A. Starling. Mrs. crete block, 19c. Cement $1.40 No quantity too large or too small
Colo. Springs, Colo. 31.65 67.00 Cash market prices. See us be-
Pearce returned bag. Mortar Mix $1.25
Mrs. Bertha per per
Jr. spent three days RADIO for
Maxie Carter selling. Dillar
Keene 117 W.
bag. Bradford Engineering Co.
Ala. 9.20 16.60 ,
half Brownlf .
and !
after > Phone
home Saturday nursing Mrs. Starling. 1 phone 94. Starke. tf 187. 12tn 12/1S.
Atlanta Ga. 8.00 14.40
months visit with her daughtersand Clara Leaman returned AND I WANTED
Miss -Registered
Hot Springs, Ark. 16.90 30.45 Mr. and Mrs. : FOR SALE-Encyclopaedia Brltan- floor nurse for
their families: from a five weeks' vacation k duty from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Los Calif.17.10 84.80 Saturday I nica. 29 volumes eleventh edition, Doctors Hospital.
Angeles, C. L. Hill in Claremont, Calif., Mr. in the Northeastern states. TELEVISIONSales 'I I India paper issue. Knight Templar tiePigFOIl
New Haven, Conn. 21.25 38.25 uniform complete, Size 40. Good
and Mrs. E. R. Smith in Palo Alto, she attended the RE\'T-Fh.e room furnished
While ZENITH 17" '
I). C. 15.95 28.75 away Condition. Phone 207-W. apartment. 626 N. fhurrh
[Washington .95 St.
Wm. G. 'I
Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Lutheran Women's Missionary Evanston T1814R 159 II 2tp 10/14 Phone 175-W. Will a" .-epl mall)

..-- 11",10" U. S. TAsk Godwin in Silver Bay, Minn. Conference in Cleveland, Oct. 1-5. I baby or couple Ufhg

AkMrt Cyhos ,rehtlllM4 Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Seamster of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy .and When Your TV Needs FOR SALE

VACATIONS Newport News, Va. are spending family visited Mrs. Mattie Barry Service Call 166 and ServiceflsSSSSSsSSsSSSSflSflSSSSSS

weeks with Mr. and Mrs. in ssspssssSfl pJsssp SLAG ROCK
fodwfiiM HotWi, $StefctM/M, tw0 and :Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barry

r/OTW _CcJktts.GREYHOUND. .... Rudolph Sink who have moved ,Brooker on Sunday.K. 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, FloridawPocMd4Ezy1

BUS into their new home in Saratoga G. Duncan flew to Rochester, Excellent for Drivewaysand

STATION Heights from Laura Street. Theyall Minn on Wednesday to go throughthe Parkways

649 North Templehe.. attended the FSU-VPI football Mayo Clinic for observationand
$3.00 Per YardIn
Phone 147JGREYHOUND game in Tallahassee last Saturday checkup.Mrs. .

evening. Tommy Seamster is an P. S. Hutto of Savannah. 5 Yard Lots

end on the VPI team. Ga. is visiting the H. E. Tucker Call PHONE 414-J

t and L. S. Hutto families.
I'h -- ----
I I Carl Roberts attended the Flo- FOR RENT Two bedroom furnish.
; Baby's first shoes rida Watchmakers Convention in / Phone 165 ed cottage $18. No children
; PLATED FOREVER Available about Oct. 20. For Rent
I Clearwater over the weekend. Apt. No. I, 3 rooms nicely furnished

II .. Mrs. R. A. Newsom has as a READY NOW for that special din. $48. No children. U mile from
u uuI ner Young Double-Breaste City limits on' Bessant Rd. Rt. 1,
[guest her mother, Mrs. J. A. Howe Grade A Turkeys. Phone MU-4. Box: 440. Left turn at Call St.
I REDUCED of Miami. 4221, Opal's Turkey Farm, Flora.: bridge, 1 mile. tfchg
home, Fla. t.
I N1.-UWJj! Diamonds Watches and Costume LOST-Brown pumpkin colored" butt
I THEATRE I head cow. Finder notify Brad-
: If you order NOW Jewelry at Bulllngton's.Mrs. I HEAVY CROP OF PECAXS for sale, for County Sheriffs

STARKE for Cbriilaas I| C. D. Williams is in Lees- iety.on tree L., A.nearly Wynn all paper Hampton shell Lake var. office.2tp 1014REAL

!|burg for two weeks visiting Mr. 2tp 10lFOP.

SAVE up to 25% I and Mrs. Billy Clark. I ESTATE
Dedicated To Community Service RENT-Two bedroom duplex, I
P Hovlea Are Better Than Ever" Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and house- _:_ \ ground floor, private entrance, FOR SALE

!guest, Mrs. W. H. Harrell of a a I private Ratf'r yard. St.Unfurnished. $35.'tU ., I1rE"e well drained lots In ex-

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Miami spent from Thursday to --. elusive Starke. residential section of

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS, Sunday in Bonifay and Marianna. C LOCAL TAuMAaxa Lc.F FOR building.SALE to CHEAP-Frame be removed from store lot,,i.j

a II.iI They were accompanied by Mrs.L. .i cor. X. Walnut and Browlnee St. Three Bed room dw'UIneand
Known as old Green's Store. Address large lot on Blandine Boulevard
We invite you to visit our Newly Decorated D. Green as far as Tallahassee I Adam Green, P. O. Cor 646,, about 1 mile from City Limits.
''where she'visited Mr. and Mrs. or 657 N. Walnut St., Starke. Three bed room home on Ch rnr

Candy Bar, Call in for the fresh Popcorn dailyI I Willard Pass. i I 4tchg 10/28 excellent Street in repair Starke.and House is reason is in.

Mrs. V. R. Reddish of Lawtey FOR SALE OR REXT-5-room houseon ably priced.
Start Now Planning for The Big Halloween I 6 acres, completely furnished
I spent Sunday with her daughter, frontage on 2 lakes near Keystone Just the right size house for a
Mrs. Eve Godwin. Mrs. Godwin F 3BwLDER? SUPPLIED Heights. II. L. Page. 3743 Lilly rouple or for the small family
I In
I I road. Phone Ex-8-2533, Jacksonville an Ideal setting of beautiful
--. also had as overnight guest Sun- Fla. 4tp 10/28 lawn and select group of

I' Sat.. Oct. 15-Only Sun.. Mon.,. and Tues. : I day, Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair of the FOR SALE-Several different kindsof section stately pines.of Starke Quiet on residential paved

Double Feature Oct. 16. 17, 18 State Farm. i I -_ ._ -. .--.-.--.--- Baled Hay. J. B. White, Rt. street. Priced at a bargain.

1 -. :Mrs. J. A. Smith of Gainesville' 2. ROT 73. Stark 2tp 10/14
Florida Realty Co.
I I is visiting Mrs. Lester Kite who FOR SALE-Three lots, cor. X. Wal-
operation two weeks I nut and Brownlee St. with 1 frame Of StarkeReal
underwent an
bungalow. 1 block house, 1 frame
S.45PothuitSo.sdvit8I1Osr ago in the Alachua General Hospital. I store building, 1 metal garage. Estate Broker
cHr'T: 3 x r Mlol from.$2.9Skg. Mrs. Kite is getting along "- Known as A. H. Green property. 335: Tropic Are. Phone 383
( foot oftor Oct. 31.$14.95)) Address Adam Green, P. O Box Starke Florid
nicely.Mr. r ? 646, or 657 N. Walnut St. Starke.

I ; To encourage early ordering before and Mrs. W. J. Hinson and, i :J S l: I ?i! j 4tchg 108, RADIOS REPAIRED

our usual Chmtmai rush we are AU Hake .
children of Jacksonville spent Sun- HodeUBecMtaable
subtlantiaUy reducing three of ew charge ....n.teej
most popolar stylet for a LIMITEDTIMEonly..o..grvsthsgift day with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas BULL-DOZING -. FILL CHAR. C. SHEPHERD
TO! W. Call St. gUrke Pb. III
that thrills forever,and SAVE. Rolfs-Ladies and Men's Bill- POWER MOWERS For Rt and

Oyster Shell Peat humus Sale. We service what we gelt.
: folds Bullington's.Mrs.
I Style'49 at Tiny's Service Station Tempi

Ashtray T. A. Yawn entertainedat Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways Avp. tfchr

S $5,95Ivg. a family dinner party last Friday LICENSED WELL DRILLER. Sam
t in observance of the OVID LEWIS Jordan. We guarantee Water.
night _Phone 52962, Melrose. Fla. 11/25
birthday anniversary of her husband -j W. Madison St. Starke
4 FOR SALEmiles south of Hamp.
Judge Yawn. Helping to I I PH. S56-W ton 8 acres, $800.00. Joe B. Oliver.

celebrate the occasion were Mr. 1015 S. E. 16th' St., FL. Lauder-
W. Anderson Jr. and Bros. Motor Co. 2tp 10/11 dale. Fla. 4tp jo/28
.-. and Mrs. A. '
daughter, Jane, of Ventura, Calif., : FOR REXT-Four room cottage' I WILL BUY from owner, lots or

They Rode West and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell lights nicely included furnished,$35 refrigerator month.and acreage, within, vacant 35 mile or improved of Starke.property J.-
and daughter, Frances. of the Kingsley Court, Kingsley Lake. E. Wall, 71J Laura St, or write
Left Hand Of God Pen. P l. Stark
With Reid and Francis! 4tp 11/4 tfchgRUBBER
( price after State Farm.
Also reduced rxt. 31.7.jj) Which Trades At Koch's? STAMPS
-AndShanghai- With Humphrey Bogart and Mr. and Mrs. I:. K. Whiteheadand Triplet HIGHWAY LABORERS WANTED- daters. nomberers. to order
50 bookends $10.93 pair ; Apply at Chamber of Commerce notary seals
Gene Style the weekendin facsimile stamps. Bradford
TierneyPlus children spent Office, Starke. County
(Keg. price after Od. 31.$12.95)) Ga. ltp Telegraph. tt
and ,
f 4S "Pest For The Guest" Car- I The in the middle of ? Because
; ..Jr. Abo. a choice with relatives. one course. Why BILL SOTO 2& PAID ON SAVINGS KEY
%: .
: toon and Latest World NewsJ. KEY
of other beautiful/ Miss Martha Landrum and I STONE HEIGHTS. FLA. MEMBER -
." Richard Seifferman of St. Peters- he has discovered that his anemic SIGN SHOPOne FDIC.
styles from $3.50
E. WALL. JR. burg, students at U. of F., spent Mile South

GENUINE ENGRAVINOejompfe I the weekend with Miss" Landrum's shopping buck can do a red-blooded 100 On Keystone Highway

Thur. Fri. letter parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. w7w
Wed., and : only lOc per
Phone '
178-L if II'l /
Oct. 19 20 21 I limy CHRISTMAS !Williams. cent worth of work with us. Our service is pr ;#

I lr.m (ckUd' ._e) All Types SignsFOR

L DECEMBER 25. 1955 I ill Circuit Court. Bradford County fast and friendly, too, in case you're in I ,

NEW : .. .. Florida: 'In Chancery.Beverley REXT to nice ladyPedroomand
.. SALE: ENDS Crooks Hart Plaintiff. vs. kitchen privileges on edge of I
,OCTtUNO 31 !Malcolm Bradley Hart. Defendant. terested.KOCH'S. lm, town Boyer Ranch. Route 16,
_;' '.SHQIS. _IN. TODATt. Case Xo. 10-1252 Phone 283R. Itchjr I Evinrude Motors
-- - Order Of Publication And Notice To
Appear; State of Florida To: XEXT TIME you stop at Smith's Parts -- Service
ARTHUI BEYEll.Y a Malcolm Pradley Hart. whose resi- Shell Service Station In Lawteyask i
'I idence and address is: e : Story 1RANZCAR1JJDt = \ Viola B. Hart, King George Va. 12.95.. Stchsr 10/28

\ .. You are required to appear on Zimmel
: With O'Brien and Roman .. '. .-...."_ ____ I November 14, 1955. in the above DRUG STORE FOR S.U.E-Toy Terrier, S# mos.j Runabouts
I ."-IIrSAII IZ.Go".IIr.- name Court and cause wherein, old. Kingsley Grocery, Rt 1,
plaintiff seeks divorce custody and tarke. Itp
Plus "Shell Shocked Egg" Cartoon Plus "Light '>3Iou.se" Cartoon"Marines control of minor child and cost of ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED JWf FRED'S MARINE
and Chap. No. IS Serial FOR REXT-Furnished Apartments.
Ahoy" Special andLatest" suit.Bradford 838:
County Telegraph shall Temple Ave. Phone 52-J.
publish this Order in next four Itch*
: World News 104 W CALL ST. weekly Issues. ; pEuyif
MRS. MARGARET DAVIS __ Witness my hand and official seal I FOR SALE Frigidaire Automatic
-. washer 2 Temple & Pratt
STARKE FLORIDA I at Starke Florida, this October 11, months old. Reasonable. Starke
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VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT County Commissioner Joe Ham-I land daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. j i!Lawtey last Sunday afternoon. II

mond from this district and Julian Leslie Chilson and family. I I Mrs. Hester Hicks of Lawtey

Keystone HeightsBy MAXVILLEBy Warren also a county commissioner their home there until sometime i I!visited her brother-in-law and sInter -
Jeff Davis, presidentof next year. ,I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat

Mary Kay SchaefferjkAAA1AAAAAALAAAAAALAAAA Mrs. C. B. Nolan the Duval County playground Mr. and Mrs. Dock Luke of I;and family last Sunday.

i141! association, C. H. Matthews, vice Baldwin visited Mr. and Mrs. Randolph i Friends of Mrs. Thelma Rainer

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANelsonHinkle president of the playground association Crosby Sunday and attended -!i will regret to learn that she has \.

Ihmters Return From H. L. Lindsey, past president -. Homecoming at the Long]been quite ill with an infected leg

:Newfoundland Trip Mrs. Delores E. Hinkle becamethe of the Normandy Civic Club, Branch Baptist Church. I I|for several days.
bride of and Russell Higginbotham, presi- Mrs. Millard Strickland ] I
Postmaster Frank Walrath, I Harry Lewis Nelson in dent entertained I We are glad to know that S. E
his brother Lawrence, and Surveyor a beautiful candlelight ceremony We of the Normandy Civic Club Saturday afternoon, Oct. 8.1 I I Godwin is improving from an eye :

Roy Watkins-the three Friday evening, Oct. 7, at 5 o'clockin are planning to have several with a party honoring her daughter I infection that he suffered last
'moose-keteers"-have returnedto the Wesley Memorial Metho musicians on hand, including a Carolyn on her eleventh ,week.

civilization after several weeksof dist-Episcopal Church on StocktonSt. member of the Maxville school birthday. Those enjoying this occasion -
faculty, Fred Rickards I Friends of little Karen Griffinare
in Jacksonville. The double and his with Caroline were Juanita
real pioneer life in inland New wife.Ye I glad that she able
foundland. __ ring ceremony was performed by urge everyone to at- Cupidene, and Betty Jean Jack- was to return -
Rev. Henry Guy, pastor of the tend. The main purpose of the son, Karen and Sharon Griffis to school this week after
The trio drove to Sidney, Nova i
Civic being ill all of last
Scotia, where they left their car. Mrs. Lawrence; :Moore and Mrs. w One of the attractive new class- church. Beautiful organ music Club is to build a new club Aileen and Helen Sweat, Ray Har-I week.

From there, they went by ferryto James U. Perry were recently rooms at the Keystone Heights was rendered by Mrs. Green, house and playground for the com- ris Kay Strickland, and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kilgoreof
School.'Individual lockers for the church organist. munity. I Brown. i Panama City were weekend
Newfoundland, where they initiated into the Khein Temple PTA
MatingThe i guests of Mrs.
children and roomy supply cup- The church was decorate4 witha I Mrs. Kathleen Kilgore's parents.Mr. .
boarded a'train and rode 225 Wilson Mrs. Lor-
Daughters of the Nile in Jacksonville. I and Mrs.
regular Doss
miles inland to Red Indian Lake, boards are among the featured large basket of white mums meeting of the raine Mosley and Mrs. Charlotte 1, Higginbotham
mile wide and .-Photos above and at right conveniences. Teacher pictured at and candelabras.The Boone PTA was held Wed- Tanner of Jacksonville and family. They also attended
which is one
about were
by Mary Livingston. right is Mrs. Frank Jones. nesday, Oct. 5, at 2:30 p.m. Plans 1 i Homecoming at Long Branch
40 miles long. They took a boat I'' bride chose a pretty slate were made for the annual guests last Tuesday of Mrs Vilson's -.Church Sunday.
and went about 35 miles up the 1--evening, the occasion being Mr.Schaeffer'S .' new books for the small fry. the Suslow Building, next to the blue afternoon dress with black Carnival which will be held- mother, Mrs. Hattie Nolan. I Friends Of Mrs.
lake to a place where they disembarked Mr. and of : accessories and white gloves and on Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Daisy Padgett
birthday.Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Ivey Keystone Jewelry Store, on Oct. Friday night, Oct. 28 will to hear
from I regret that she has
and hiked five miles Lawrence Moore and Mrs. Green Cove Springs were Sun- 14 and 15. Anyone wanting some wore a white orchid. Her matronof : 5:30 on. The members voted to ,I family of Lawtey and Eddie Hil- .been ill for the few

to Star Lake covering about the James U. Perry were initiated:, into day afternoon callers at the home: nice bargains had better look into; honor Mrs. Nancy Hightower, I(buy a duplicating machine and 'Hard of Valrico were guests Saturday and hope that she past will days be
area of Lake Geneva and shaped wore a blue floral print dress with L slide I night of Miss Debbie PhilDebbie soon
the Khem Temple Daughtersof of the L. E. Harris at Lake Ge- it. projector for the school well again.

like a star. the Nile on Oct. 5 in a beau- neva. The person or persons who white accessories and a corsageof which will be very useful in the I liP: I, Mr. and Mrs. .
Lyle Schmehls
Their heavy equipment was tiful and impressive ceremony.Mrs. Saturday night, Oct. 8, Mrs. I 'dumped" the two poor little yellow rosebuds. educational work program. The Miss Phillips visited her.and j
daughter of
flown to their camp site by a Perry, a past Matron in the Rowan Thomas was guest of !starving dogs on Peach Street this; The best man was Charles L. PTA attendance banner was won !j sister, Mrs. J. S. Norman, near i!i visiting Mrs. Schmehl's Jacksonville were

bush pilot They camped at Star Eastern Star, and Mrs. Moore honor at a barbecue supper given week may be interested to know. Morgan of Jacksonville. by Mr. Rickards' room and $1 was II Hellbronn Springs last Sunday||I Mr. and Mrs. Buford parents, \.

Lake for 15 days, using miningprospectors' are' wives of Shriners of the Mo- by Mr. and Mrs. 1.. E. Harris at that they have been properly taken 'I An informal reception was held awarded them to buy something tist and attended the Northside Bap- ham last Thursday evenin Higginboty? bpfor<> ,

tents. There was a rocco Temple in Jacksonville. their home in. Lake Geneva, the care of by the law enforcement immediately after the ceremony for their room. Churdi. I ; -
leaving morning \
canoe there that they had at i There are two other residents of,occasion being Mrs. Thomas' birth- officers of this town. Despite the I. at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Jerome Stork Shower I I. Mrs. Alma Ellis Davis has recently Sunday a vacation jl\
their disposal, too. All of the natives Schroederand Urban Rd. I purchased the Denver Godwin trip to points in Mary- I
Keystone-Mrs. F. W. fact that all the children the Hightower, 2351 I On -
I day.Those on Friday night, Oct. 7 Mrs. land and Chicago, HI.
they encountered were most Mrs. Ralph Crawfordwhoare who enjoyed the eveningwere I block felt a strong affection for Jacksonville.Mrs. Henry Griffis Mrs. Earl I home for her mother and father -,!1

hospitable. So far as they knew, members of the Khem Temple : Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Harris the dogs, their being left there : Nelson is the daughter of and Mrs. Lealer Harris Cannon Mr. and Mrs. W. L. (Joe) I Some people are of the opinion

they were the only hunters in the Daughters of the Nile. Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Thomas, and was not appreciated by the respective Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Covington of ed at the Civic Club with entertain a Stork Ellie of Jacksonville and they I that this column is written by

area, which abounded In wild Fire Dept ActivitiesThe Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Harris. parents. go steps were Lawtey and the groom is the son shower honoring Mrs. moved into it on September 15. I my mother-in-law, Mrs. Hattie
life. They saw on an average of Heights Volunteer Members the First I' Gladys We are glad to welcome the El- I Nolan. No I .
Keystone of Baptist. taken to eliminate all possible of Mrs. Kate Nelson, 418 BrowardSt. Copeland. Games am Mrs. Clifton
5 to 15 caribou per day, and two Fire Dept. will have a FireFighting Church will hold Open House at danger of infection by rabies, ring- ., Jacksonville.Both and prizes awarded,were after played liles to our community. II I (Rosalie) Nolan. I would like to
or three moose a day. Fishing in Course, Oct. 24 through 28th, the pastorium on Keystone Lake, worm, or anything else that the honoree Friends of Mrs. W. L. Ellie will !I take this opportunity to thank
the lake was ideal, too. Lawrencewho and all members will be enrolledas I Sunday afternoon from 2:30: to dogs can carry. stray Mr. and Mrs. Nelson were and attractive opened her many useful regret to learn that she has been {everyone that has been helping

( is a Jacksonville attorney) well 'as anyone else who mightbe : residents of Jacksonville and are gifts. Refreshments ill for the past several days and j furnish news for this column and
4:30.The Mr. and Mrs. Bert ChristoffersSr. now owners and of theJ. I were served later. Those
did the most in the wish
fishing and
for her
interested the local a speedy the
Incidentally, Home Demonstration I recovery. "encourage other people to send
words of Watkins "You were in Pensacola last weekend -i & D. Truck Stop here at Max- enjoying this occasion with the Bill
Roy Ellis of
Volunteers are making a fire Group will meet Oct. 19 at the hostesses and Jacksonville visited me their news. It must be in by
could haul them in as long as truck in their spare time. The home of Mrs. Forrest Austin in to see their brand-new first ville where they will make their Toria honoree included I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. !not later than Monday.
your arm would hold out!" The grandson Who was born recently home. Higginbotham, Anabelle j Ellis last Thursday. I
drawn Cam
blue-prints were by Keystone Heights. I ----
only drawback was that you were I J. Bastedo,. former fire chief. Mrs. Charles J. Vance, Miss I to Rev. and Mrs. Lazelle Owensof Birthday Party Carter Harris, Gazelle Sweat, Minnie I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Green and I WANTED PECANS
allowed! just one animal so they that city. :Mrs. D. J. Parrish entertained Janie Higginbotham. Jua- Mary V. Xo quantity too large or too
There was a nice picture of the June Vance, and Donald Casten- nita Parrish IMrs. Mosley visited with
"shopped around" before killing Keystone Heights Fire Dept.jer of Jacksonville were Sunday I You can get your tickets now Friday afternoon Oct. 7, with a Rosalie Nolan Kathleen -I Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and i small. Cash market prices. See- :

the one that suited them. Building in the Times-Union last dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. for the C. A. P. Halloween :Mas- party honoring her little son Griffis Nolan Trudy Crosby Lucille I family in Hampton Saturday us before selling. Dillard Keene,

Their friend, the bush pilot week. The building was built with E. Harris of Lake Geneva. querade Dance to be held at the David on his.3rd birthday. Games botham, Opal Hill, Merle Higgin night. 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187.

flew their meat to a local mining volunteer labor with Mr. Bastedoas Mothers Skytel, Oct 29. Dress is optional, were played for a while and then and Jewel Higginbotham.I Mr. and Mrs. Slade and
are busily wrackingtheir Mr. and Mrs. I Avory .__. ._ __.
I -
that "had a cold-storage although it is more fun to refreshments of cake and cold Higgin- "- .
company foreman. brains for suitable costumesfor come botham 1 jfamily visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe --- -- .. -- '
and -- -- -
plant, and it was frozen there. [Altar Society MeetingSt. their youngsters for the An- in costume. Get your tickets drinks were served. Little David family of Jacksonville Lucas and family and Mr. and

When they were 'ready to come William's Altar Society met nual PTA Halloween Carnival from Jackie Collins or any C. A. received several nice gifts in honorof visited Mr. and Mrs. Doss I Mrs. Claude Green Sunday after-

home they carried their meat by lat the home of Mrs. George Schae- which will be a gala affair of P. member. the occasion. Guests enjoying Higginbotham and family on Sun- noon. COLONIALFLORIST

trail and ferry to Sidney, Nova ffer. Plans were made for a Bake Oct. 28. The Carnival will be held Miss Dolores Oglesby celebrated this event with David and his day and attended Homecoming at Little David Higginbothamspent

Scotia, where they dry-iced it for}Sale to be held on Oct. 22 near in the City Park, as it was last her 9th birthday with a mother were Billy and Bobby the Edwin Long Branch Baptist Church. last Thursday night and

the trip home. the Post Office. It was decided small party on Saturday, Oct. 8.i i Nolan, Carolyn and Roger Chil Chilson and Bobby Burn- Friday with his uncle and aunt,

They were gone 26 days, and)j to have the meetings regularly on year.And speaking of gala affairs, Her quests were Jo Ann Dasher, son Aileen and Helen Sweat Joey |sed attended the Baldwin-St. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and

traveled about 5,200 miles at- the last Wednesday afternoon of members of the St. Williams Reba Hall, and Pamela Thompson. and Lana Nolan. Shirley Higgin- Augustine football game in St. .. family in Lawtey.

together.A every month. The Bazaar for Catholic Club are urged to be The party was at Dolores' home botham Mike Cannon Barbara Augustine last Thursday night.' Miss Merle Higgingbothamspent PR&NE218

Real Surprise! next summer was discussed, and present at the meeting on Oct I|on Lake Brooklyn. Whitehead, Alvin Padgett, Mrs. Baldwin High won the game. one week with her brother-

Incidentally, Roy Watkins, who, Mrs. Bill Siprelle and Mrs. A. 19, which will be a scrubbing Last Saturday, four children, Lola Chilson, :Mrs. Nell Parrish The Home Demonstration Club in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

in the course of a day's work, J. Cicen displayed the various party. Anyone else caring to par- Butch and Jimmy Fox, and Mary Mrs. Laura Chilson Mrs. Kathleen j will meet at 10 am. on Friday I Lyle Schmehl, in Jacksonville last ( )
thinks nothing of killing a rat- handiwork that have Nolan. Mrs. Rosalie Nolan and Oct 21, at the Maxville Civic week.
they been ticipate will be welcome, and it Ann and David Schaeffer made upa I While there she attended
tler, was unaware that he was for the Bazaar. The next little David's father, D. J. Par- Club. We urge everyone interest- the Grand Ole
making really won't be as bad as it Sprigging Party at St. William's'and I (1 I Opry and got a FLOWERSFor
chauffering a live rattler on :Mon meeting will be on October 26 at: sounds, for a lot of the scrubbing|' it was amazing what a few rish.Those ed to attend these meetings. The I[good many autographs from Min
the Recreation Hall the will attending the chicken ;Work Shop meeting will be held nie Pearl and AD Occasions
day.He adjoining be done electrically by a nice children and a lot of concentration I several others appearing -
found this nice big fat ona Church. modern machine.Mr. could accomplish. Butch supper at the Normandy Civic I in Jacksonville on Tuesday, Oct. on the show.
and "killed" it He it in the Club from Maxvlile last Friday Ii 18, at 10 DISH GARDENS I
put i a.m.
The Club Mr. and Mrs.
Keystone Woman's and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Sr., [Cannon was the water boy. I Buford Higgin
back part of his jeep to bring will not be night were Mrs. Bun Griffes, Mrs. I Misses Minnie and botham
Library who and
open today were two of the earliest On Saturday afternoon, the Evelyn Cole- daughter, Merle POTTED PLANTS
home to' Bruce Prevatt for the Deanne Hill and Mrs. Randolph
because of the reception at the residents of Keystone Heights, three girls who had been taking man spent Sunday afternoon with visited Mr. and Mrs. James Waters -
hide, and when :Myron, Bruce's Woman's Club, but it will be open I will celebrate their Golden Wed part in the Sprigging project for Crosby. Misses June and Shirley Higgen- and sons in Lawtey last Sat- POTTERY "
father, went to unload the snake ', Workers Meet
,, dung
at the regular hours next week. ding Anniversary this afternoon the past weeks were repaid (the botham. :urday afternoon.
he was greeted by a warning They have a number of new books! with a reception at the Woman's boys had been taken out for tar- The Willing Worker's Club met Mrs. Charles Home, the former I Friends of Mrs. James Waters Flowers WiredAnywhere

rattle, and an erect head in striking at the Library, and Dr. Frank: I Club. They hope all their many get shooting) with a theatre par- Thursday afternoon, Oct. 6, at the Miss Louise Coleman, left Monday. i regret to learn that she has been I

position! ches" and "The Healer" are amongto friends will be on hand for this ty in Starke. A movie was en- I home of their sponsor, Mrs. C. B. Oct 10, to join her husband, who sick for the past few days and

:Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer know that "Flight From Nat- happy occasion. joyed at the Florida Theatre, and! 'Nolan. Plans to reorganize the is stationed in Madison, Wis. with I I are glad that she is able to be out ,

entertained Mr. and Mrs. WilliamJ. Slaughter's readers will be pleased I The Community Church Wom-. afterwards there were malted club 'were postponed? until a later the air force. They will make 1.again. NonaSt., StarkerIw
Siprelle at bridge on :Monday, them. There are also a number of I I en will hold a Rummage Sale in I milks at Ducky's. '[date. The regular meeting date of ,Mrs. Lola Chilson of Miami is I!1 Merle and Jewel Higginbotham I

I the club will be the first and third spending two weeks with her son I and Grace Harris were visiting in -
TY'VTYvyvVymyyyyyyyyIBAYLESS Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby but has been called as pastor to Thursday of each month. Those
from the State Farm and Mrs.'a church in Alabama, where he I I Conservation attending Thursday's meetingwere

HMAYBy Sally Crawford of Starke were moved his family. NEWSBy Edith Copeland, Carolyn -

dinner guests of Mrs. Neita Brown Mrs. Floyd Crosby, Mrs. Marcus Bill Haas Chilson, Patty Parrish, Mary

Anna Ruth CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown' Conner, and C. C. Crosby at- Soil Conservation Service Catherine Copeland, Shirley Hig- & iiijiigji-

Thursday night of last week. Mrs. tended the New River Associa- ginbotham, Bonnie Padgett, Al- ..

Crawford was an overnight guest tional meeting in Starke and Law- leen Sweat, Helen Sweat, Susie c.

Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Kirby and of the Browns while Mr. Crawfordwas tey last week. Harris Helen Cannon Linda Waters ;

in Orlando on buisness.Mr. \7e extend to the of I and Billy and Bobby Nolan.
children, who have been living in I family ,
and Mrs. William Lee of !After the meeting refreshmentswere _
Jacksonville moved into the O. E. l Roscoe Green our deepest sym -oaii

Crosby house last week. \W welcome !- Rochelle, Texaa and Mrs. 3'. W. pathy in their bereavement. : served by Mrs. Nolan and I

them to our section. Ellis of Miami are spending several Mrs. Bob Haislop was on the I Mrs. Leslie Chilson.
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. sick list last week, but is better Formal Opening Of AMAIIHG
'.Maxville Chic Club' tilE

PEST CONTROL Ellis.Mrs.. Bobby Crosby entertainedat now.Rev.. M. Galbraith of St. Au- Folks are sure planting winter 'I. The Maxville Civic Club met" ,USEtltS

Thursday evening, Oct. 6, to complete : _
a birthday supper last Satur- gustine conducted a Bible studyat feed.C. ,
TERMITESALL day night for her husband and her prayer meeting last .Wednes C. Hutchins used the District plans for the formal opening )

TYPES OF mother, Mrs. Alexon of Lake day night. I grain drill to plant lupine. which will be held this Friday i __ I

GROVE SPRAYING Butler. Those present were Mr. Church services, Sunday School,, I Marcus Conner, Felix night, Oct. 14. Chicken pilau and i

and Mrs. C. C. Crosby, Mr. and BTU, and Prayer Meeting, same I don Sapp, and Cornelious Sapp, El- fried chicken suppers will be serv- ,

Florida Pest Control Mrs. Alexon, Kenny Alexon, and time as usual. Young people's all of the Heilbronn Moore, ed from :5:30') on and we will have

Miss Deloris Newmans. each Saturday night at used community, musical entertainment and guest
meeting the drill to
Co. plant lupine and !speakers from 7 until 9 o'clock.
The Bayless Hiway WMU met: 8. Rev. IS!. Gaibraith pastor. .oats. :
Phone Franklin 6-6035 The guest speakers will include _
last Tuesday night. _
24 N. W. 16th Ave. I, R. R. Southerland
Rev. H. C. Martin came home 'place who has a _
Gainesville, Fla. last weekend from Graceville and ONE-FOR-ALL Ball Point Pen in the Rising settlement, IL
Can for estimate Brad- made a request for ,
'moved his family to Alabama. He Refills. Fits any pen. 49c I servation farm a soil con- :

is attending school at Graceville, ford County Telegraph. ,lines have been located plan. His land I
and a request -
for a soil survey has been ;:;lb 1prceI3ifl' ONLY
made. )
1 95c

THE ENTIRE STOCKOF Complete farm soil-plans and water have been conservation M -' _Chassis 1' Per Wk. ) I IA

received for R. A. Green, B. Eman-
ual, Cecil Crawford >-
and S. R.
Marco. Included in their farm
plans is a soil
survey map, a land _
use map and job sheets, which

ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY make suggestion on how to treat

I each tion. field for maximum produc AiL '

129 E. Call St. Oscar -r UTOAf4'RClLA IN
Carter used the District ,
jcultipacker to plant Pensacola Ba- WAS# Ell _

Must Be Sold At Once! of hia.this hay year.We that were We the also discussing folks discussed are making quality using He's Under Cover! E1v-L :

fertilizer on == ,
pastures, and Oscar I &- =:; EEi i 4
remarked, "fertilizer on grass is HOW about you? Disaster -

just like gravy on grits. If you may take a big bite out of

SALE NOW IN PROGRESS I i don't have it, it's not so good." your pocketbook! I _

Stock Includes James Rosier used the District Do you have well-designed
j Imo..er I to mow his pastures. We protection against financial __

'i were standing in the yard discussing loss to fire, theft, accident or I:1

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES equipment when Mrs. Rosier other perils? ONLY 1-
came out on the front fr
por"ch ;; i :=;_. $2.49Per ,
? 4
and remarked, "You all talk about Don't let trouble "put the biteon
ELECTRIC MOTORS :equipment I Wk. .
; don't see why the :you" Call on us for strong
county doesn't .
get a sprayer so I
.. insurance.RCJallMency. _
that we could use it to -
fruit trees. -
I She went on to say,, ..-.-.-.-.-.. \
If folks could grow fruit trees -
HAND TOOLS it would .. .-
I'' help the health of all -; -- ---
the people in the
county, especially /
A complete soil and water conservation stQCi\
farm Phone: 146 /
CASES SHELVES was pre ttltl'\C\
pared for Emil Meter. Emil ia i

going to use Blue Lupine for Icover 200 E. Call Street ll' e. flOo
AND VARIOUS OTHER ITEMSAll crop in his pecan grove. He \ <

will plant the cover crop after-he 1 Temple Me.
has picked up the nuts. Starke Fla 23t N. .
Sales Cash -- No Deliveries -- No Returns The covescrop -
will be
cut in next spring.





r- Increased operating costs. The I pound of meat. The price of 100 York visited in Hampton this!Sunday. We were not expecting! plication for Final Discharge.TO I otherwise the allegations of said raph.
LETTERS times cent week. them, did not think Minnie ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Complaint will be taken as confessed Dated this 2S day of Sept, 135.
that of feed five as we
,barbers also have problem toi pounds per j Notice is Hereby given that we I by you. (OFFICIAL. .
fa I contend with and it Is not an i I II equals the total cost of producingbroilers Ralph Jones, son of Mr. and would be able to make the trip hare filed our financial reports as This notice ariasDo publishedonce kof thehCtrcJtt Count
the I amusing situation and should not I II per pound of meat. Mrs. Willard :M. Jones, left last this soon after her operation. She Ray Executors White of deceased the estate and have of Noble filed ;:, weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 9/39 it Clerk.10/1

e be treated as such. Treating it In egg production; Multiply the week for Orlando, where he plansto had started to the Long Branch our Petition for Final Discharge '
lightly will not help anyone. I cost of 100 pounds of feed by six enter the grocery business.Mr. Homecomingbut as the writer of and 1)55,that at 10 on A.M.the 31st o'clock day, of or October as soon I -. --
We are grateful we live in a per cent to find the feed cost per and Mrs. C. H. Layfieldof this column did not feel able to go thereafter as the same can be heard, I .. : ____ : ::-t_ ::;; j; _":

Iditor Bradford_ County Telegraph I I country where we can expressour !dozen eggs; for total cost, multi- Gainesville visited Mrs. Nora and stand around and stay so A.we Yawn will apply, Jr.,to County the Hon.Judge Theron of
opinions freely and so we are ,ply the cost of 100 pounds of feed I Layfield in Hampton Sunday. long as we always do on these oc 'Bradford County, Florida for approval -
Dear Sir: taking advantage of that freedom.{|.oy 10 per cent. I Henry Williams, son of Mr. and I casion Minnie and the boys and I discharge of as said such final Executors.report and for WANTED MILLION POUNDS
Sincerely yours, To figure how much egg production -I Mrs. J. Williams, left Mondayfor Bessie all stayed home and enjoyed : This 28th day of September.
We have lived in Bradford George C. White
County for the past ten years. Dorothy KerriganRt. is needed to pay your layers' service in the Navy. He expected the day. We always enjoy Olin W. White. Sr. 1955.\\
that time husband 1, Box 56-A feed bill divide the cost of 100 to be stationed first in Minnie's visits, and she can still i ./38 It
-worked as a barber.my Starke Fla. pounds of feed by the price ofa I Oklahoma.Mr. talk, as all of the neighbors know. -
dozen eggs then multiply by and Mrs. M. L. Watterson,1 In Circuit Court, Bradford County
We love this part the coun- ... Florida In Chancery.
.of POULTRY ARITHMETIC \hree. The result is the per cent Robert Cutchens, Mrs. Dot Eiland,' f..9V9T9. Elvie L. South. Plaintiff vs. William PECANSHIGHEST
try and though we not natives WILL HELP FARMERSTO production you'll need to obtain,to Mrs. Donald McMahone, and South Defendant
we are proud of its progress clim- ASCERTAIN COSTS pay the feed bill son, all of Hampton, Mr. and HIGHLAND I Case No. 10-1229 I
it Order Of Publication And Notice To
ate and the many advantages i
I I Mrs. W. C. Ward Margaret Ann Appear; State of Florida Tot
offers. However feel that the arithmetic N. R. William
we Poultry says South whose residence
/tt tTYyyYYT'IITvyyRtHAMPTON and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Uy Sirs. Norman
between the Florida Agricultural I Lacy and address is: co Mrs. Edna Og-
cutting war
price Mehrhof Watterson of Starke were Sunday ler, 1416 Clark St., Cambridge, Ohio
barbers in Starke is not a creditto ,[Extension Service poultry husbandman visitors to the Stephen Foster I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj I 1 You are required to appear on
when of figuringthe I October 31, 1955 in the above named
the community especially !is the system
Memorial at White Sprins in cele-j Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
wages all over the country'are cost angles of the poultry bration of F. L. Watterson's birth II seeks divorce custody and control
being increased. business. By Mrs. D. E. Hill (children of Heilbronn were Sun- of minor children. MARKET PRICESNo
day I visitors here. Bradford County Telegraph shall
When the price of haircuts is For instance, a 100-pound sack AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAMrs. day.Mr.. and Mrs. William Knabb of i I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crews of weekly publish issues.this Order in next four
it is of feed will supply 10 to 11 broil- I
reduced to a pre-war level Macclenny were Monday visitors at Lake Butler visited Mrs. Witness my hand and official seal
very difficult for the barbers' ers; four pullets to laying age; Packham the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B..I Crews last Sunday.Mr. Maggie I at 1955.Starke, Florida, this Sept 24,
President .
families to get by. Barbers work |or one layer, for a year. Or, one New PTA Wiggins.Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL
) Charles '
and Mrs. Charles of ?arbJ
L. Packham Mosely Too
Mrs. Merle was
I Quantify
long hours and even at $1 per broiler will eat nine to 10 poundsof I and Mrs. L. A. Hall were As Clerk of said Court.
elected president of Hampton Jacksonville spent the weekend Pr Marian L. Crosby, Deputy
25 Clerk
feed in 10 weeks; one pullet, i
is seldom that they
haircut it weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Hess. 204 Guaranty
initial here with the L. M. Normans. Life
average that much an hour. At to 30 pounds in 24 weeks; and one Elementary PTA at the I Clyde Israel in Archer, and en-( Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
in 52 meeting, Tuesday afternoon, Oct.! Mrs. Clara Boone was here AUy! for Pit. Small
the per hour layer 84 to 96 pounds /?O 4t 101I or
less than $1 wages joyed a fishing trip to the Gulf.
from Georgia to attend Homecoming I
[weeks. 4, for the 19:>:>-56 school year. I -
are ridiculous. 4.8 to six Following election of officers: at Long BranclL Church.
takes from
It. usually ......
There are no cut rates on food, and other business, H. P. Morgan, rn .mryy.m..nLONG Mr. and Mrs. Burton Coruthersof NOTICE TO APPEAR
dozen I
of feed to produce a
pounds Circuit Cenrt. SEE US
clothing or 'Utilities for barbers Jacksonville visited the Marr Bradford C anty. BEFORE SELLING
eggs, Mehrhof says; broilers need Bradford County school ,superintendent Florida In Chnncery.
and expenses of operating a shop between 2.8 and three pounds of gave a resume of the difficulties BRANCHby family Sunday. ,Susie Thomas Irvin Butcher, Plaintiff, VB,
with everything Butcher Defendant.
have risen along feed for every pound of meat pro- of integration as they Aunt Zettie Padgett is spendinga 1 Case No. 10-1230
else. .duced.If pertain to schools in this county Sirs. J. L. Strickland few days with her grandchildren, Votice To Appear.
To Susie
: Butcher, whose I
We like your paper very much want 100 pullets this fall, I uertain to schools in this county. the Dick Starlings of Heilbronn. dence and address is: Mountain resi! i
end are regular subscribers. There- you Each parent attending the meet- f AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Among those*on the sick list [Park, North Carolina. I
fore, we feel we have the right to you'll chicks.need 240 With to 300 sexed straightrun pullet- ing was asked to fill in.a questionnaire large crowd attended Home- this week are Maudie Smith, Lar- suit You for are hereby notified that a I'' DILLARD KEENE
criticize as well as praise. We do on local feelings about seg- Norman Aunt Frances Nor- Divorcehas ,.
'!chicks, 125 to 150 shoul be start- coming services at Long Branch ry
pot like the flippant Callstreet's remarks column made of ed for each 100 layers needed this regation in the schools. last Sunday including visitors man, and Uncle Tim Blackburn. above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the 117 W. BROWNLEE (Former 10th St.)
In Carolyn fall and it will take about one Mr. Morgan outlined the prob- from Middleburg Starke, Lawtey, Sunday School attendance: 113 you are required to serve a copy of
Oct. 7 about the price war among ; lems which may face the school total; 102 Bibles brought 103 your answer or pleading the com! PHONE 187
Baldwin ;
She she Kase of hatching eggs (360 eggs) I Jacksonville. and other I plaint on the Plaintiff's Attnrney;
Starke barbers. says 100 pullets that go into board with the question of desegregation towns near and far. I studied lesson. J. Donald Gibson, 100 Smith Bid?.,
would like to see the same situa [for each and initial steps the Jacksonville, Floridaand Starke, Fla.
in the beauty parlors. We [the'laying house. Prayer services at Long Branch -- file the original in the office
these quick board is taking at this time include Church .of the Clerk of the Circuit I ., .... .
would like to Mehrhof uses waysto Thursday night of last FOR OFFICEOR Court on -- "' --- --= __ ',
wonder where she circulating the question- 'I i r before the 31 day of October, 1955; _, 7'----.___ _. -""_'_- "
estimate approximate produc- week were turned into a business '-' -- --0-- ---- - - ::- -- --'
At her salary
see it stop. naires to both parents and teachers I
of paper has tion costs: For briolers the cost meeting for the Cemetery Asso- HOM! ,
The your
price testing all white and colored I
doubled since we have been here of 100 pounds of feed times three ; attend- ciation to fully organize the as-I
and estimating .
meet per cent gives the feed cost per sociation in working order. Seven I
and rightly so, to help you ance, in the county. trustees were elected with Nellie VISIT CALL WRITE

Plans, are underway, Mr. Mor- Wilkinson chosen as treasurer. 8

,Beautiful Healthy Parrakeets gan said, to set up a bi-racial com- Anyone wishing to contribute FOUNTAIN PIN

mittee in this county to study this association can give dona- DISK SIT MARION FINANCE COMPANY INC-
difficulties and proposed solutions. tions directly to Nellie or to one ,
Billy Rose Parrakeet FarmOn Other officers elected at lastweek's of the following trustees: D. B.

A meeting were Mrs. D. E. Griffis, Maxville, Hardy (Little four P. O. Box 446 .. GAINESVILLE
Highway 21 Keystone Heights Hill, vice-president; and Mrs. Janie Hardy) Padgett, Fred Lang, Hans- Fovoriti !
I Noe, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. ford Carter, Jack Wilkinson, or Point
William Hammond, outgoing president Marion (Boss) Austin, and they 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Baby birds easily trained, full of love and affection. Make conducted the meeting, with will see that Nellie gets it. Anyof Is Avoiloblt! PHONE FR6.5333 COLLECT
wonderful pets. All in full plumage In all colors. Blues In all 21 PTA members *present The the other members of Long

shades. Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellow-faced blues. Rev. Marvin Faile opened the Branch Church will do the same.

AU raised and acclalmated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to meeting with prayer. Refresh- D. B. Lang recently returned to '.

choose from. Also beautiful selection of cages. ments followed Mr. Morgan'stalk. Tampa, ready to work in the citrus -
Hostesses for the November industry again. BRADFORDCOUNTY $15.00 LOANS $300.00I
OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND meeting will be Mrs. Frank Wil- We were surprised to see our
liams and Mrs. T. J. Alderman.
TROPICAL FISH BLACK MOLLIES daughter, Minnie Gurr, and sons
Council Meets drive up to our front gate last TELEGRAPH
Hampton City Council. had little
business to conduct at it's first
meeting of the 1955-56 year Tuesday -I'I

evening, Oct. 4, with all mem-
bers present at the City Hall. a

Purchase of a heavy-duty power Don't read this if

HUNDREDSof was mower approved for by use the by council the town since you want tostay

much time has been lost this
of details are managed and economic- by necessary repairs for the

ally attended that only a trained and year regular size power mower. No in love with the ,

.. careful organization can attend when business was held over from the car you now own

the urgent need for. serving is'at previous year. s
hand. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Lenox of
Leesburg visited Mr. and Mrs.

De'wiTT Willard M. Jones last Thursday.Mr. .' .. .... .. .{ ...... : LMDA
C. JONESPhone and Mrs. Avory Slade and I : k. : 4 ;
.A .I
7 Starke, Fla. sons visited relatives Sunday in ., : ,
.. :Maxville.
Funeral Director Elmer Gay, of Eustis, son of
Ambulance Service
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay of Dun- T
Our 'local .funeral home enable oa to offer convenience. ant nellon, is to be married today
services not otherwU available. (Friday) to Miss Alice Green ofUmatilla.
The Gays are former
.. ..
residents of Hampton.L. I
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and G. Johns Sr. of Hamptonhas
acc"pt AIM 7 life Insurance policy )in force, Issued by 'ANT been confined to St. Vin-

company,' as payment In part or In full on a fuiertL cent's Hospital in Jacksonvillefor
Consultation carries no obligation. several days for treatment.

t I .. Mrs. Rudy DeWaters of New w
II eTti

-C j

Hard to believe. Revolutionary I

but this is I last I

year's dress looking 1'lUJJlaJ.tie

3 4

it was boughtr4u4k4 ..

only yesterday. by Sanitone i:: "

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fresh as new. n.7 Why do prized coats,suits and dresses

woolens, orlons, ,, \ ?4 ; i lose actually their freshness look old after and a perfect few dry drapeSOFTSET0eeps cleanings -- THE BIG M. How many of these features does your present car have?

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new r.. <\ ,H -\ \ garments keep their like- protect driver better. Hub is deeply recessed. padded sun visors are options. 4-WAY POWER SEAT offers you not just front-

SL"fi\ new chic indefinitely.is6l SAFETY-BEAM HEAD LAMPS knife through fog, DOUBLE-PUNCH STARTING. New 12-volt electrical back adjustment but up-down, too! Quickly

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tac- :; v* v*; see POWER STEERING saws you up to 80% of the Mercury's field. Makes handling easier, con-

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ff1YfS For 1956-the JvERCURY '
big move is to THE BIG .




28 STARKE, FLA, 'Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 '* Starke, Fla.

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Church Sunday morning. They, Jim Baxley were fishing in St. ing against posts and walls causes dry milk is the best bargain for la Probate.IN I

with the Fred Moore family were Mary's River last Saturday.Mr. severe and deep bruising. calcium and convenient for cook- RE J. :P.The KITE Estate of: II

\ dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were 2. Use a canvas slapper or electric ing.Through Deceased.NOTICE. I "AMANA FOOiPLAN"j
visitors Jacksonvilleon prod to stubborn milk needs often
L. Casey Jr. other visitors of the business to encourage are creditors of the estate of J.

Caseys' were Mr. Casey's par- Wednesday.The animals; sharp sticks, whips and measured by quarts, you can eat R. Kite deceased, are hereby notified j I SAVE TIME WORK FOOD MONEY

By Mr*. Joyce T. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ents, }or. and Mrs. T. L. Casey, WMU of the First Bap- clubs cause injuries that reduce as well as drink milk if you use demands and required which to they file any may claimsor haTe .I I I

Sr.. of Auburndale.Dr. tist Church held its regular business the value of the carcass. it in cooking or include ice cream, against said estate, in the office of !.
3. Select a carrier that has ade- cheese and other milk in the County Judge of Bradford I R. A. CRAVEN FOOD CONSULTANTP.
Superintendent at the church Tues- products ,
R. E. Rutland, District meeting County Florida in the Courthouseat
Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts the Gainesville day afternoon. quate facilities and a reputationfor your diet. Starke, Florida within eight 0. Box 942 Starke, FloridaOr
Sr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and of handling livestock with a mini- calendar months of the date of the
and Mrs. District, held the Second Quarterly Mrs. Luther Hilliard and son, first publication of this notice. Each I Contact
son were visiting Mr. mum of rough treatment and claim must be in writing and must
George Roberts Jr. in Gaines- Conference at the Methodist and Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. were SKCT10V 1N.trtt'i state the place of residence and I
Church on Sunday. He, Mrs. Rut- Friday night and Saturday guests losses. : tO BIDDERS and postoffice address of the claim WINTER'S FROZEN FOOD CENTER
ville on Thursday.Don't 4. Vehicles used for transportation SEALED PROPOSALS wiii be received ant and must be sworn to by the
land, and Mr. Wakefield, the pas- of Mrs. Raymond Suber in Jack- by the I
City Council of Starke, claimant his agent, or his attorney
Methodist Home- should be clean 4551 St. Johns
forget tor, were dinner guests of Mr. sonville. reasonably Bradford C. uity K'onJa, until or it will become void according to'' Avenue Jacksonville, Fla.
coming on Oct. 16. Everyone is I and dry, with inside walls free of 5:00 P.M. Eastern Standan' Time), law. '
and Mrs. G. W. Robots: Eddie Hilliard and James Phillips on Friday, the Twenty-First day of I
September 20, 1935.s .
cordially invited. rough projections that might cause ,
I October, 1 55, at which time ineywill
Those attending Homecoming ( ) Louise H. Kite,
of Tampa spent the weekend be
publicly: opened at -he
Rudolph Thede, a former merchant injury. City as administratrix of the Estateof -
II Hall. -
here, had a serious heart at- at Long Branch Church last Sun- with James' parents, Mr. and 5. Protect animals from tempera- The work contemplated is the a J. R. Kite, deceased. > -- _c --- : c ---- i.iF': :- __-- __'-
. is day were the Winton Parrish Mrs. O. J. Phillips. tures markedly different from construction of a lift station in the First publication: September :23! ,
tack on Sunday, Oct. 2. He a family, the Leonard Prevatt family City of Starke.All 1955. 9/23:! 4t 10/14'I
patient in St. Vincent's Hospital.We Lt. and Mrs. Herbert Hildrethand that at the place from which they imperials furnished and all !! APPROVED
the James Waters family, Mrs. ENGINEERED
he will be bet- son of San Antonio, Texas were shipped. w?rk performed shall be In accord
sincerely hope Selma Eunice, Jimmy Eunice, the ance with the plans and specifications I
ter soon. spent last week with her mother 6. Use sand for bedding. Do not and contract cocuments pertaining NOTICE TO APPEAR
Sam Hicks family, and Mr. and I Mrs. Leona Edwards. They, with use sawdust or wood shavings. thereto, which may be examined IB Circuit Court, Bradford County FACTORY FACTORY
Word has been received that Mrs. O. J. Anders and son, Billy. at the office of Robert M. Florida! la Chancery. i
Mrs. Edwards, drove to Jackson- 7. Do not give animals a heavy ,Angas and Associates, Consulting ''Grady Hicks, Plaintiff, vs. Margaret -
Dr. W, T. Walters, a former pas- returned Satur-
Ernest Wells '
ville Friday afternoon, and Lt. feed prior to shipping. Civil Engineers and Surveyors Room Allen Hicks, Defendant. SERVICE PARTS
tor of the Methodist Church, is day from Fort Story, Va. after \420 Hildebrandt Building Jacksonville Case No. 10-1213:!
Hildreth caught a plane for 8. During summer months, while Florida. I Notice To AppearTo
seriously ill and confined to a spending two years in the Army.He 1 Bidders obtain sets : Margaret Allen Hicks, whose
Washington, D. C. where he will hauling lint, wet the tedding and may complete
hospital at Mont Verde. will spend sometime with his I lof plans and specifications, including I residence and address is: Unknown.You .
be stationed for three months. also wet the hogs at frequent intervals Washing Painting Repairing Reconditioning
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wainwrightand before locating elsewhere.I I Proposal Forms, to be submittedin are nereny notified tnat a I ,
mother Mrs. Hildreth and son will stay during transit. duplicate; form of Bid Bond required suit for divorcehas :
family of Jacksonville spent i Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker I ; form of Contract am form been filed against you In the Wrecker'' Service
Sunday afternoon with the Steve and sons of Jacksonville spent 1 here until his return. of Contract Bond required, by making above named Court and cause and
a 5.00 payment at the Eneineer's you are required to serve a copy of
Starling Jr. family. I I Sunday with her mother, Mrs. A.!l Miss Elizabeth Terry was the HINTS TO office- (Engineer- b-elng'-t-he your answer or pleading to the

overnight guest of her sister, Mrs.C. said Robert M. Angas and Associatesfor 'complaint on the Plaintiff's BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
visited I
The O. G.. Dixon family i H. Harley. HOUSEWIVESTHRIFTY each complete set. This pay- Attorney T. Frank Landrum,
relatives in Blachshear, Ga. last. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark and E. Strickland, last Friday. pus 3uHU.id| jo Jsoo 3ij} sra too ludiu J Starke, Florida, TESTING AND STARTER
The C. B. Hiatt family were assembling and is not refundable.A and file the original In the officeof BRAKE
Sunday. i daughters were Sunday dinner MILK BUYERSTo bid bond, TUBES GENERATOR
business visitors to Jacksonvilleon properly executed by the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer who' guests of Mr% and Mrs. Eugene scimp on milk in order to the bidder and by a qualified surety, or before the LINING
Saturday.Mrs. I or a certified or cashier's check on SALES BATTERIES
21 day of October, 1955;
were enroute from New York to McDonald in Jacksonville. Steve Starling Jr. and baby cut food costs is poor economy, any National Bank or on a Starke otherwise the allegations of said FENDER
their home in Tampa, attended. Herbert Nettles of Jacksonville nutritionists of the U. S. Depart- Bank in a sum not less than five Complaint will be taken as confessed REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
daughter, Pamela Kay, came home (5) per rent of the amound bid,
services at the First Baptist spent Sunday with the Ed in ment of Agriculture believe. For made payable to the City of Starke. I by yj>u. BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
from Doctor's Hospital small be published
Friday This notice
May family. its calcium alone, milk is a good Florida, must accompany in the each bid once each week for four consecutive
Starke. as a guarantee that eventthe
Mrs. Ruth_Barthlow of Middle-I Mrs. Theo buy. In fact, without enough contract is awarded to the bid- weeks in the Bradford County Tele Lubrication Service
Sunday guests of graph. Complete
der he will enter Into
burg visited her sister, Mrs. Mae Edwards were Mr. and Mrs. Carl milk you can hardly provide meals tract, furnish the required bond con-and Dated this 21 day of Sept., 1955.OFFICIAL ,, 1 1i
Wash Your Clothes Wells on Sunday. ,that meet the family's calcium will start actual construction with- ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby i
Edwards and daughter of Gainesville Clerk of the Circuit Court DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
ten (10) days after
.Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright needs. Milk also is a good buy in to start work. receh.lngnotiee By Yvonne H. Norman. Dep. Clerk
9 Pounds
family, and Rev. J. E. Sherwoodand and family of the State high-quality protein and in the All bids shall be addressed to the J/23 4t 10,14I Reconditioned Used Cars and TrucksWe
City Clerk, of Starke, Florida
For 40c! family of Starke, spent Saturday B-vitamin, riboflavin and it of- City ; I
Farm and Mrs. Bryant Tucker narked as instructed in SECTION 2 I I-
in Green Cove Springs.Mrs. ,fers other minerals and vitamins. of the Specifications and delivered, i Ii Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
and family of Fernandina. through the mail or otherwise, to
FREE Bleach If Desired! Freeman Starling and sons :Even in the Department's low- i FILL DIRTGOOD
I Robert Thomas spent the week- the office! of the City Clerk.
spent last week with relatives in .cost food plans a minimum of 5 The City reserves the right to HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
end at
e. a camp near waive informalities In any bid; to
Orlando. 1-2 to 6 1-2 quarts of milk weeklyare RICH
Mrs. V. R. Reddish spent Sun- reject any or all bids in whole or in
WeWiUDry Delegates to the annual meeting recommended for each child, part, with or without cause: or to
day with her daughter, Mrs. Eva I accept any lid in whole or in part I 600 Ave. Phone 69
of the New River Association, depending on age, and 5 quartsfor TOP SOILSee
Godwin in Starke. I that, in its judgment, will be for i i
Your Clothes which was 'held in' Starke last each adult. Expectant and the best interests of the City of I
Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Crews Starke. The working days neces- I
Wednesday were Rev. and Mrs. nursing mothers need more. YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
of the State Farm were visiting sary for completion of the proposed
For 20cIn E. W. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. H. But money often may be savedon improvement, as well as the bid
,Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis on Sun- prices, will be used in evaluatingthe .
Arwood, Mrs. Arthur Pearce I milk purchases ,by smart shop- -- '-
flay. bids. BILL JACKSON -. : ;: = == '
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New Automatic Driers! B -
lB. Clyde Hiatt, and Jack Sie- ping and by using the less expensive CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY -- -- --
e The second day of the meeting -'PROPER HANDLING CAN forms of milk to advant- By: James A. Lewis, Chairman Jackson Transfer Company .. ._ _-_ ____ _
held at the First for example are Attest: Carl Johns, Clerk. u ,_
was Bap- PREVENT COSTLY LOSS age. Here pos- Phone 165 .. -0
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tist Church here. ANIMALS I sible ways to save in buying fresh, I _

The Washeteria/ The fnonthly business meeting I whole milk: Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEARIn Cou tf, STARKE ICE COMPANYWILL

of the W. S. C. S. was held at the Improper handling of livestock Check to see if milk companiesin Florida IB Cham-err.

Temple Ave. Starke home of Mrs. George Roberts on during loading for market and in your locality offer discounts on Maude Eva Howard, Plaintiff vs.
: William Martin Howard, OPEN ITS PLANT OCT. 15TH
Thursday evening. I transit causes losses running into large home deliveries. Check also No. 10-1110 I

Tom Tatum Sr. and sons and millions of dollars annually, according on carh-and-carry versus home- Notlr T* Apnrar ,I
To William Martin Howard whose FOR
to J. E. Pace, animal hus- delivered prices. By carryingmilk residence and address Is_: 3330_ How- JUST ONE

bandman with the Florida Agricultural from the store you may save 'ard Road Richmond Virginia.

1 Extension Service. 1 to 3 cents a quart. suit You for are divorce hereby and notified restorationof that a FRIGIDAIREMade

&? 1 Reports from slaughtering establishments Price large, containers. In some has been maiden filed same against you In the only by General! SUGAR CURING

\ indicate that trim- places milk sells for less in 2- above named Court and cause and Motors: Corp. All other

mings made necessary by bruises quart or balloon containers than by you are required to serve a copy of I 1\ .
your answer or pleading to theIlmplalnt I Electric Refrigerators are AND.
flame) alone represent a loss of several the quart or pint.Considerable on the Plaintiff's Attorney
million dollars each year. Millions Alan C. Winter, Jr., SOS FloridaTitle
savings also are Building Jacksonville 2, cannot use the word
more are lost through weight I possible by wise use of the less I I Florida SMOKE CURING
C1 shrinkage and illness that result and file the original In the office Frigidaire.
expensive forms of milk. Canned of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
from under exposure or lack of evaporated milk has nutritive values -I or before the

feed, water, and rest. 21 day of October 1955; GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Want A
1 : similar to fresh whole milk I I
SINCLAIR :otherwise the allegations of said YOUR
fry losses reflectedin Ii i
Oti = Since these are
and often may be used the same ;Complaint will be taken as confessed -
lower market prices for animals, by you. ? ?
infant in
way-in feeding or

.y. 1S Jffl'aJ11C producers have a stake in reduc- cooking, for example. Other less ,I This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce THEN SEE ALSO COLD STORAGE
losses to minimum.
ing such a weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY I
expensive products are skim milk,
; Up More efficient methods of handling \TELEGRAPH. --.
KEROSENE j buttermilk and nonfat dry milk. I Dated this 17 day of September IE. H. SMITH
livestock during transportationwould These are lower in calories and 1955.

/Ill bring increased returns to in vitamin A than whole milk but :!(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby STARKE ICE COMPANYPHONE

the seller. in minerals and Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Tenth and Temple Ave.
are high protein, .
By Yvonne H. NormanDep. Clerk 12
Following are some 'suggestionsfor riboflavin. Thus, they are good 9/23 It 10/11 STAR.KEFL.A,

T. C. HAZEN JR. returning transit injuries: choices for people who need to I Starke, F1a.I 1 __""' _'_

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Supplier of Sinclair Products not hurry animals, particularlywhen I s

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w eat- -- Raymond E. MacBlam NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I a Wr w (Profit Pirates Attack Poultry

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal j CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY 1 If you have not checked your
-J CHURCHESAt I birds for lice during the past
> Church will be as follows: I By Ozora Johnson, Editor d n month, better do so soon. These

Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church IAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA!, s. r (little pests are costly. Takes only

School and Adult Class; 11 am.- j a few minutes to check for lice.
1903 Wood Still Good era of Resource-Use Education I Pick
Morning Prayer and Sermon: 6:30 up a few birds and check
The TabernacleRev. (Presbyterian Church p.m. Y. P. S. L. According to Prof. A. O. Jenkinsthe where the resourceful teacher I the abdominal area below the vent
wood that he used to build the takes what she can get and makes I and a few other areas over the
Wednesday: 7:3:;} p.m. Litanyand old RJE school in 1903 is still what she wants out of it. Let us
-j Syd L. Rees of Grace Saturday-Choir practice 3 p. Meditation 8 Choir body. Lice will be running and

Baptist Church, Jacksonville, m. Practice. ; p.m. superior to the average lumber thank you in advance for ;your ''hiding in the feathers. Gray masses .

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. :Morn- purchased today. He has contracted calls. of louse eggs may be attachedto
Geo. T.
preached at the Tabernacle last Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, By Huggins
with the Board of Public Adult Education the .
ing Worship 11 a. m., "Why I a
and 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. will County Agent
Sunday morning The Instruction Education classes
evening. and Adult
Supt Morgan to
Work? Youth
Fellowship Supper I Agricultural Extension Service nicotine solution or one percent -
sponsors, Mr and :Mrs. J. T. Quig-j 16 p. m.. Tommy Andrews, Tom. tear the old building down. Most meet on Tuesday and Thursday I lindane used as a roost

ley, were welcomed back from(land Marc Jackson hosts. Evening: St. Edward's Church people are glad to see this fire-/nights, 7:30 to 10 p.m., each week. We Need Rain hold other meetings in the county. spread will kill lice. Lindane will

,Worship 7:30 m., "The Chris trap come down. We still pay respect Typing classes will meet on Wed- Planting time i3 here for oats Social Security offers more fu- do better
their two weeks' vacation in the p. a job kiling mites. Lin-
tian's t Vision"TuesdayFall Sunday Mass: at 9:15 a. m. to the men after whom the nesdays. The General Education and rye. Some folks have already ture benefits now than ever be dane works little
mountains. a slower than
The church
men of
the Holy day masses, 8:30: a. m. and school was named: Robinson,I class at RJE will be held each I planted. Time is here for setting'fore. It is easier to enroll in the nicotine
have been in charge the other meeting 'of Su- sulphate.
of 8:30 a. m.Children's. Jenkins, and Ellerson, for the rich ,Tuesday, while the sewing class i strawberries. Planting of greensis i social security plan than ever be
services during their absence. wannee Presbytery at Spring-
Catechism Class each contributions they have made to taught by Bettye Thomas will slowed down for lack of water. fore. NEW RIVER ASSOCIATION
Bible School attendance field Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville I
con- Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. education in Florida and Bradford meet for the full time each Thurs- The Progressive Farmer weather
tinues to increase. A welcome Elder E. M. Davis and I Regardless of age, ;you are invited HOLDS ANNUAL SESSION
Keystone HeightsAt County. Prof. Jenkins is still anacti'.e day night. As soon as enrollment orecast will encourage you to i
awaits anyone not else- Rev. W. S. McAliley, representatives I to meet with us at 7:30 '
attending ( St. William's Chapel) member of the RJE PTA increases the sewing class will]i with your plans and be ready The New River Baptist Association -
where. Time: 10 a. m. Sunday 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. (Follow Hiway 21 south to St. I Friday evening. You can get in-j
and contributes richly to the total meet twice each week. when enough rain does fall. The held its annual session on

Wednesday-Junior Choir prac- William's Sign.) success of the school program. He If 20 or more persons are in-"forecast is much cooler weatherby :formation of interest to you. AI:Oct. 5 at the First Baptist Churchin

BROOKER tice, 3:30 p. m. Prayer meetingand Sunday Mass 8 a. m. has two daughters who are on the terested in music, E. E. Minott the end of the month and a'representative of the Agriculture I I Starke and on Oct. 6 at the

BAPTIST CHURCHSunday final study in "You Can Wit- Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. faculty of RJE, Maurice White,I music specialist, will organize a''good bit of rainfall. Extension Service will be our information Lawtey Baptist Church.

School 10 a. m. :Morning ness," led by Mrs. W L. Cooper, Confessions before all Masses. I teacher of the sixth grade, and class. All persons interested are Corn and Hogs specialist. The following officers were

Worship 11 a. m. BTU 7 p. m. 7:30 p. m.Church. .Frances Jenkins, fifth grade. I,to come out and register. You Prices are down but hogs are I I Plant Different Oats elected for the coming year:

Evening Service 8 Hi-Way Chapel Polio Chapter Meets I will not have to pay by the lessons the best market for corn. May i I
p. m. Prayer we I For the past few years the I II Moderator, Rev. C. B. Stallings.
:Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.Rev.C. of God Assembly of God An important meeting of the I I just a $2 registration fee I remind you again that corn alone I Southland oat was our leader. Brooker Associate Moderator
B. Stallings, pastor. Bradford County Chapter of the for the entire year, until July 1. is not a good hog feed. But corn,I Last year Southland was hit by a I ;
Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- National Foundation for Infantile I Don't miss this chance to learn to along with green grazing Rev. John James, Raiford; Clerk
crops or rare type of crown rust. It is not
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Worship 11 a. m. Evening I play and sing. I I and Treasurer Russell Norman.
Hampton Christian Church ing Paralysis was held at the Health protein supplement is a good feed. possible to predict whether the ,

ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m. Unit on Church Street last Thurs- 'Church News Mineral is needed in each com- rust will be of greater or lesser j Starke; Sunday School Supt., RevJohn
Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. Service Wednesday 7:45: and Council I 1'I
p.m. Woman's Missionary day evening. Miss Sarah Bare- New Bethel Baptist/ Church, bination. this In view of James, Raiford; Training
Preaching 11 a. m. Evening Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m. meeting Wednesday 10 a. m. foot, chairman, A. Vinson will hold [importance year.
Christian Endeavor 7 Preach- % presided. Super-i i Rev. pastor You might want to estimate j that fact that you might want to Union Director, Edward Lawson.
p. m. LawTry Midweek preaching service visor Ozora Johnson, chapter rep- :annual Women's Day service all about how much another Starke President WMU Mrs.
ing 7:30 corn to save, if make part of your planting ;
m. Bible
p. Wednesday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning '
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. presentative for the colored day with Sunday School.
starting Gadara.
group you have storage, for Emma Lamoreaux,
Study Hour 7:30 Willard feeding out variety or even include some!
p. m. M.I I Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving I
Jones, Pastor. was gratified at the thousands of Mother Sophia Royal is general fall pigs to market size. For each

Saturday, 7:30 p.m. EVERGREEN'BAPTIST dollars being spent by the chap chairman. The program has not'I I fall pig you want to put to

. CHURCH ter for both groups. Several chil- been released to your editor, but'I|market weight,
,: you better save
--' Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- dren have been given services. In I am sure you will miss a treat I about 15 bushels of corn. This

ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : a later release exact figures will,.if you do not visit New Bethel I i should take care of sow and pigs. : PECANSWANTED

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer be quoted on all cases. Plan now+Ito j j,sometime during the day. The I Figure Your Fertilizer

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. give generously to the March of'!'women's chorus will be featured. I In

Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Dimes when it starts. ,Sister Leona Royal will be featured -' purchasing fertilizer, ;you
FLA. are interested in so much nitrogen
i i I soloist. A will be
PTA and Hobby Club Chit-Chat paper !
phosphorus and
HEILBRONN The RJE PTA met on Wed.,{I read by Sister Laura Whitmore. I know what amount potash.of

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH .Oct. 5, 8 p.m. with President Music will be rendered by Gwen- formula have been a given
you For
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- Sophia Royal presiding. Devotionwas dolyn Marshall, Deloris Jenkins! ..
Jefferson and' Court II I example, in 4-7-5 formula
In .
.The Heart of Town and others. Excellent speakers I you
; ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 led by Rev. Roosevelt DelL, FARMERS
get only 4 pounds of BUYER AT STARKE
Phones Office nitrogen, 7
Pastorium 130 p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer Minutes of the last meeting were have been secured for all services. I pounds
-' Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. I read by secretary Pauline MarshalL Don't miss this gala day. All ,I phosphorus and 5
pounds of DAILY
: potash a 100 pound MARKET
Suhday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. REV.Milton J. Dukes, pastor. New business included ways I I women are asked to report at least I II I I bag. Get the cost per bag or ton,
I and $5 each. Come out and do
means of raising to i your)I
Sunday School 9:45 .A_ I. Training Union 6:16 P.M. BROOKER I complete payments on the money school{I best. I II ,of the nutrients. An example in 8 A.M. .. 6 P.M.

Midweek BAPl'IST'CHURCII I piano. Mable Jenkins suggested I l I Allen Chapel AME Church will i I nitrogen; suppose you needs 100 1
Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. pounds of nitrogen, could ge'tit
Rev. C. B. Stallings, Pastor I a Waistline Rally, and Leona i!have a guest pastor on Sunday in 600 you 1I I
I pounds of nitrate
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning [Royal suggested a Feast in the;,,i because Rev. John Groover will da; 500 pounds of ammonium so- TOP MARKET PRICES

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m., I Wilderness. All members ';lJ"e be in annual conference in Madi
Every 3 and 5
Sunday. I sulphate or 298 pounds of ammonium -
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer asked to pay the regular monthly son. This will usher in the con- I

I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. dues of 50c. The Waistline Ral- ference season for Bishop CareyA. nitrate. Get the cost

0 ly will be featured at the meeting: Gibbs of Florida. We wish for I from your dealer and determineyour No Quantity Too Large'or Small

.. best buy.Sffillings.
CHRIST Groover successful i
'" CHURCH OF JESUS on the first Wednesday night in a conference Pine :
For You
LATTER DAY SAINTS November. All patrons are askedto and hope that the mem-

First Baptist Church Services each Sunday in old come and participate. President; bers and friends have helped him We need more orders for slash SCALES APPROVEDBy
pine Container
I seedlings.
HamptonInvites Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Eddie Thompkins, Principal; Fran- to be able to make a round report. of Corporation
Mt. Moriah Methodist Church America has made us a State Dept. of Agriculture
day School 10 a. m. Sacrament ces reporter. j
you to hear this Sermon Sunday Evening 7:30 gift of perhaps enough seedlingsto
Rev. D. W. Demps pastor,
Service 6:30 wel- School
p. m. Everyone Hampton Training re- .
Learning A Lesson (have church school at the regular supply our farm needs. A very
for the Life of Lot" come. elected the same officers for this small

Sunday School 10 A.M. -. Morning year. According to principal M. 'hour with Supt. W. Brooks in transportation charge is
Worship 11 A.M. your only obligation. Stop by our CONSOLIDATEDPECAN
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH will be held each charge. All persons interested in
Training Union 6:30 P.M. Taylor, meetings
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. office and make your request. '
Lo\\\TEYFL.o\. second and fourth Tuesday. Essie participating in the original pa- I
"Hour of Power" Wed. geant on the fourth Sunday nightare Pines are a good investment for
-- P.M. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Mae Aycox: was re-elected secre-
asked to meet at the churchon piece of old waste land or I
11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek tary. Several Hampton ..patronsare
Sunday School10 A.M. service Wednesday 7:3p) p. m. in attendance at the Adult Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 7:00: woods to land open in places in your: SALES CO.
now pines.
Training Union 7 P.M. A. E. Massey, pastor.WOODLAWN .. Education classes. More patrons p.m. for the first and final rehear- Social Security MeetingA
sal. The music for the eveningwill
are expected to enroll this week.
If you.have Church I be furnished by Ozora John-. meeting is being held in the
no home
we MISSIONARY According to bus driver Walker : I ALBANY GA.07D .
and Community Club house at Brooker ,
son which will feature original -
BAPTIST CHURCH much can be learned at RJE on
Isvite you to attend these i pageant "Portraits of Great tonight (Friday) to discuss Social -
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 ajn. Tuesday land Thursday nigthtskShe Security benefits. G. LEWIS, RepresentativeIT'S
Women. The role of Marian
Services. preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: is making the sacrifice to
prayer This our first meeting of'this
Anderson will be played by Ze-
service, 7 o'clock services, come, why don't you?
song type. If it is
Marvin porah Jennings, brilliant contralto I helpful, we can
Faile, Pastor 7:30 evening services. Thurston elementary school will -
of Lawtey. A. B. Anderson will .
hold regular PTA Monday night
make a living picture of Edith
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS' after the third Sunday with El-
Sampson, Mildred Walker Turner
CHURCH der E. J. Walker, president in
will represent Madam Chaing Kai
Sunday Scnooi 10 s.m. charge. Rev. Walker will go to
Chek, Eleanor Roosevelt will be
WiOUKNOTflIT'S I Morning Service 11 a.m. conference this week and if the
portrayed by Irene C. Jelson and
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Bishop is kind he will return to
Madam Pandit will be played by
Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church in Lincoln -. UNLAWFULFor
'Elizabeth Givens. Women of the
ALMOST HERE ? tight 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigW City and complete his term:future in music and art will fea-
as president of the PTA. We wish
ture Gwendolyn Marshall, Deloris
SEVENTH DAY for Rev. Walker a successful con
Jenkins, Consevella Goodson, Wil-
ADVENTIST CHURCH ference. Principal Price is plan
I letta Wysinger, Jacqueline Mar-;
WINTER! Services ning a series of good entertain
each Sabbath in the shall, Marion Jenkins and others.
Old Masonic ments for the patrons that will in I
Hall Persons
on E. Call St. The complete cast will be an- Any Person or to Engage
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching include several of the latest motion nounced later. Catherine Dunham,
FOR THE week R. L. Mathews pictures. She is happy to announce -
every by pas- Lena Home and other. notables in
tor. Bible Study each Thursday the replacement of Jhe the entertainment world will be

SAFEST, QUICKEST, CLEANEST awaits 7:30 p.everyone.m. A friendly welcome wood culators stoves for with the two modern rooms.oil cir-A represented by the teen age groupof Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

RJE that will include Lillian
tank and fuel oil will be
HEAT YOU CAN HAVEGas I large, Leggett, Aretha Williams and An- '
CHURCH OF CHRIST installed this week. Each ;year

C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister we look forward to bigger and nette cordially Bryant.invited The to general witness publicis this The Name Is Registered

better at Thurston.
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. things
G-o array of pageantry on Sunday
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve Wateroak Elementary will hold ,
night, Oct. 23, 7:30 p.m. at }It.
ning Worship 7:30 p. m. PTA on the first Monday night of Moriah Methodist Church. In the .

Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: each month. President Beatrice characterslike .
I gospel singing group
p. m. DeSue and Principal M. E. ,
i Mahalia Jackson and' Rosetta
Radio program, "Old Paths" Roberts are anxious to complete
; each Sunday 9 a. m. Station I plans for paying the balance on Tharpe will be represented by
@ Leona Matthews Royal and May- Read This Florida Law"It
EVeIYbody WDVH. the gas range in the kitchen. Milkis belle Estella Roberts.

now being served to the children
J7 16th Wedding Anniversary

About MISSIONARY KLVGSLEY BAPTIST LAKE each day.Thanks October 5 marked the 16th an- shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herb, to
Talking Merchant and Eliza-
of Clarence
,. engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined
Sunday School 9:4: a.m. MornIng The teachers of RJE and other beth Battles of 158 Brinson Ave.
Worship 11 a.m. Evening schools of the county wish to Rochester N. Y. They were visit- without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetingeach thank Mr. and Mrs. Ritch of, ing relatives and friends of Starke clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business
the Starke Hardwore Co. for the I Battles is
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone !and Lawtey. Elizabeth is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af
i welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, fine yard sticks that were given the daughter of Minnie Miller of
pastor. to them last week by Supervisor Lawtey and Clarence is the nephewof fidavit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

Johnson. She told the teachers Minnie Smith of Starke. They all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest

Christian ChurchRev. that they were to be used for' were house guests of Minnie Smith of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried
teaching 'purposes not power and Mondena Thomas. They left

J. E. Sherwood, pastor or'punishment. A fine yardstickwas the city after a stay of five days on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto

Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classes -\ also given by Stump's Depart- gratified at the growth and progress engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

for all ages. C. W. Colson, 3upt ment Store. If there are other of their home town. They
week for four
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening,merchants who have materials and were accompanied back to New

worship 7:30 p. m. Christian En-j things that the teachers may use York by their brother, Isaac Mil ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

deaver 6 p. m. |for instructional purposes kindly where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

Bible Study and Prayer Meeting,i contact supervisor Johnson at I ler.The E. P. Austins, natives of
accepted "by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
7:30 i P. O. Box 991, Starke,
p. m. Wednesday. or phone Starke, were visitors with relatives

Church located on W. Call and'48, Board of Public Instruction and land] friends this week. They have such publication.

Christian streets. A friendly wel- leave the name address, and time resided in Sarasota for the past

come waits everyone. to pick up materials. This is an six years.fV .

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King Brothers Circus Is ComingTo -serve under Supt. SSey Was n..

How Far Has Bradford Gone :; City Approves j j j.The Council discussed this move at

Gainesville On October 22ndThe length managing, and concluded the enlarged that the power taskof

I plant was too great for one man.
King Bros. Show. will exhibit $400,000 Budget nd that
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in .. ,
Gainesville on Saturday c trained in the
1 type engine*
On Road To WelfareStatei
Oct. 22. The
City Council unanimously [being installed be hired.

'1\\:0'special convoys are used to adopted a $400,000 budget to cov- j Warning that the city is now

I transport this great organizationfrom .i er city expenditures and revenues ('I obligated to pay about $4,000
city to city. Traveling with during the fiscal year started Oct. perj
(Continued from Page One) r mented "If they slack off restrictions -:t the circus are 600 employees.The I, in a special meeting at the vity j I Jonhs month told on the the bond issue. Clerk
little more than a boarding house they will flock in. I famous King Bro. menagerie -!' r' hall Tuesday night. I I :
From Uncle Sam To Us I Ii
for chronic indigents," this cynic i:' Who, then, is to erect a barrier i declared to be the finest It is virtually the same tentative !I!i! Sefs Tough Year"I
'against the moochers people. :, look for this to be
and most complete traveling zoo budget presented to the Council year one
says.How I Bradford County's home-grown variety of "welfarism," who conceal assets to obtain free in the world two weeks !of the toughest years financially
has topsy grown? I is a part of the show ago by City Clerk Carl I
Back in 1945. the county had amounting to $25,000 or so a year, is peanuts compared to the hospitalization? i iI Many new, rare and costly speci- J I Johns. for study and consideration, |for the city of Starke. But if wean

only one "charity" budget item.It dollars poured into the county by the federal government annually. j Most spokesmen point fingers mens of the wild animal kingdom which was prepared by the city [c stay within this badget. then I

,directly to the hospital administration -"have auditor, think we may be able to out !
was a payment to the State been gathered from all parts George W. Dandelake of i get
and the administrator speci iof the hole we in."
Welfare Department to take care Figures furnished by Cong. D. IL (Billy) Matthews show the l of the globe. Jacksonville. ;, are

of Bradford charity cases. To- federal government Is the source of more than $1,000,000 a year, 'fically. I Great stars from foreign coun- 1 That budget it was explained at j In other actions the Council: \

day, this item alone totals over some of it loans, but'all spent in Bradford County. '! Or as Covington remarked. "The'policy :tries, the respective champions in 1 I II i i. the time, showed a deficit of about j Authorized Riley Wasdm to
J4.000 a year. of the hospital will deter- their lines, participate in the gigantic $19.000, and the problem before {! erect the platform necessary for
Here are the statistics for a one year period: ,mine whether county indigent 'I the the Civil Defense
County Health Clinic display of arenic numbers. I council was to bring it in bal : tower at the

The demand for new servicesled 392 people on Social Security, drawing $168,000 a )'ear. J costs go up or not. I The trained horse displays are ance.'s School field. and put thetructure
to Federal i Edmondson confirmed mat the headed by John O'Brien acknowledged I Up Deficit in place.
the creation of the County share of welfare payments, $236,000 a jear.Vocational I j
Health Clinic in 1948. This item rehabilitation, $1,704. hospital corporation can collect its to be the greatest trainerof .. i At the start of the meeting 'I Discussed the mosquito spraymg

bills by going to the courts. 'I all time. -. 'Clerk Carl Johns told the i in
now costs about $6,000. a year i, j Council i j program city areas. which was
from county funds. I I 17 guaranteed GI loans, totaling 161600. 'I Follow Trustees I II Joe Mix, the screens famousWestern I that the apparent deficit could be' to have been carried out this sum-

Then in 1948, the County Com 11 Bradford loans $10,680 for farms. Another $3,450 in "If we try to satisfy everyone, I' star with a congress of erased by: I'I I mer by County Sanitarian Jack

mission added a "general welfare" loans made for water conservation. we will be a dismal failure," he I cowboys, cowgirls, Indians, Cos- I Parking meter income of from ':.Trawick and concluded that the

item. This 13 a sort of "out of Federal allotment for roads amounted to $242,045. I commented. "My policy will be to sacks and rough riders will be seen :50006.000, which was not ;program had not been done as

pocket" account for food and > ,follow the directives of the hospital -I I in a spectacular revival of the j shown in the anticipated revenue agreed.

clothing need cases pleaded be- Another $1,750 was paid out for forest fire control board of Trustees. If they dele-I,old West. ':i A sum of about $4.600 in un I

fore two elected officials the The federal government furnished $227';>00 for the new hos ?gate authority I will do my best." Among the equestrians will be H-- I learned interest for the month of :.Recent Births

Circuit Court clerk and the chair- pital.as j I The Bradford County hospital /St. Leon troups, champions of i I{October which was charged1:

law he pointed out, requires the I Europe. The I I against the budget. !
man of the County Commission. petite and charmin I; The Starke Maternity Hospital
This has varied between Hoard of Trustees to determine the 'Christine, intrepid aerialist, .i : ':;.'-J\ ;. _, ':c >oJ j Added income from the sale announces the
item widely Bishop and Darby see it, is to .da's. With economic power on admittance of comes I of following births: .
$600 and $2.000 charity cases. But/from the Antipodes to thrill and City produced utility sen'ices,1, j Mr. and Mrs. James
a year. lift welfare entirely from the (the wane, they fall prey to heart Edmondson also mentioned that Crews of
Along in 1952, Bradford tuber- hands of any elected official. and kidney diseases associatedwith one can be admitted no amaze you. From Europe will be. Elsie! St. Varian and Old 'I which are increasing at a rate of I,Starke, a son, Jesse James Oct.
except upon the amazing flying Jordans John, 125 Year Old Elephant about 10 per cent a 6-
culosis patients in state sanitaria inter- year. (The
They prefer to see all county age, and to crippling bone physician's orders (the physician
establish- national aerialists and the famous tentative budget did not allow !!
necessitated the county for Mr. and Mrs. Zenas
both fractures. of Tetstone
welfare for of
funds hospi- course, docs not determine this
ing another item to" pay for its talization and "general welfare." Chronic Conditions which cases are charitv). I. Nelson family, equilibrists. Clowns spection of the zoo. increase). Starke, a son, Keith Martin Oct. I
will furnish fun for little "By these change," Clerk I
TB patients. This item now I folks. Johns; 1.
amounting to some $12,000 a year 'These are chronic conditions, I All of this throws An old-fashioned circus parade
the problem said, "the
in Performances
I will be budget will be
amounts to $4,500 a 't given at brought Mr.
year. "
the rather than acute said and Mrs. K. E. Rhindress
turned to the
directly over Covington. lap of the hospital i will be seen on the downtown into I
trustees 2 and 8 balance.
And, finally, Bradford charity State Welfare Board for expenditure "They require long and expensive -:headed up by Charles Hardy, local, I an hour p.m. Doors will be opened "streets at 11:30 a.m. circus day Plant I of Ma. ilIe, a daughter, Judy
cases needing hospitalization required -! earlier to permit an in- Assistant Diane
solely on Bradford County treatment. People used ],automobile dealer Oct. 7.
another indigent fund in to down addition to providing for ad I I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Backham
citizens. just lay and die. Now
2954. Hospitalization now costs they don't." I I Who Gets Tab Bradford valorem taxes and the elimination of Waldo, a son, Randy Devanny. \
Marvelous Job The Fair To .f
the county $10,000 a year. question remains. With a Open October 24 ( free utility services to churchesand I Oct. 9.
marvelous said And how will
"They do a job, exactly Bradford'sgleaming hospital operating cost of civic
Some Hard To Criticize ( around i i organizations, the new Mr. and
j Mrs.
Bishop. 'They have case historieson new $450,000 hospital ;!$100,000 a year, who will up'' budget shows Norman E ,
It would be mighty hard to pick only minor changes
every needy family, and they fit into the scheme? This facility I I the tab the i At Site I An important I Thomas of Starke, a daughter.
criticize some of these expendi- county or the Being Developed By Legion one is the provi Teresa Lynn Oct. 11.
can tell the moochers from the boasts oxygen piped rooms, a patients? sion for 14,000 for S
tures. For example, no one seeksto I I the salary of an Mr. and Mrs E E
Pope of \!
wall One
rest. sloping base for cleanliness, solution has assitant
go back to the old days whenno been proposed, I I power plant engineer to''Starke..
a .
health services were availablefor Darby added, "Distribution, under -I especially quiet tile floor, 25 beds ,which would require an act of the "Although Bradford County, is used. son. Edward. Oct. 10.L
poorer citizens.Nevertheless the Welfare Board is 100 per ,with basic facilities for enlarge"I -'Legislature. becoming industrialized at a rap- I Future Plans I __ ___ Jnr: -- -- ,
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there are some cent better. They are free from ment to 45. I This is that any person receiving id rate, the majority of the 12,000 1 "We are spending about $5,000.

pressures." It's due for completion in No- indigent hospitalizationmust ion these developments Fair,
in the system that even I inhabitants and those or the fringe\ 0I
elected officeholders would like Aside from mooching what vember. Even now Administrator! sign a "death clause" stipu- [treasurer T. C. Hazen, Jr., re- 'CLEARA'MC'
R. E. Edmondson lating that Of Clay, Union, and Alachua
is the
to eliminate. other reasons account for the I, taking appli- county would bene- j marked. "That amount should E

Unusual about this situation is mounting cost of charity in Brad- cations for nurses, cooks, orderlies .fit from the estate, equal to the counties directly and indirectlyare I;certainly convince the public that

that two .elected officials, in the ford County? technicians and office person- amount spent by the county.In vitally concerned with agri- we're doing all we can. it will be

interest of better administration,! First, said Darby, is the natural nel. short, the county would havea culture and allied fields. It is six months or so before some of 1

would like to rid themselves of growth of the county. Along Will Save Lives lien on property left by any the opinion of the local Fair Association these projects can possibly be
that with First of all, Bradford physicianssay I'"indigent" benefitting from coun completed. Maybe that time
richest of political plums it has come the demand for by
the awarding of charity. more services and the growth in it will save lives. Dr. T. G. I ty-paid hospitalization. I that everything concern- we'll pick up some additional help
ing agriculture should be
the numbers of those in dire need. Ritch commented, "Can't you recall -! Protects County pointedup and money."
That exactly is the goal of
the cardiac cases who died i Sole I through the annual exhibitionsof
Tuberculosis purpose of the I ION
County Commission Chairman H. proposal is livestock horticulture Future plans include a com
after hectic useful -
A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr. and Circuit Another big factor has been a wild ride to Jacksonville I to see that the county gets its and decorative items to improve munity building, a public picnic
hospitals, at time :
Court Clerk Charles Darby, who the concentrated drive by the they should have been a when !money back before relatives begin the general standards of livingas area, a baseball diamond, fencingand

now dispense some of the money Bradford health officer, Dr. A. Y. treated parceling out the estate. I well an landscaping for the entire
as to dem-
quietly under an tent? I opportunity .
oxygen On the
for groceries and clothing. In Covington to take the walking I surface, there appears onstrate to the citizens area, and offices and meeting
Is it of the
possible the hospitalto to be
emergency cases, they also determine tuberculosis cases off the streets. three possible solutions to rooms for the 4-H Clubs, the FFA
county what is
which hospital cases are Five such patients have been ad- become, as the critic said, "a :the rising cost of "welfare" in these just going on in the FHA, and all organizations
boarding house areas. So stated L. H.
for chronic indigents -
to be paid for by the county. mitted to sanitaria from ?" County. Gibson, current Fair Association connected with Bradford County
ford so far this year. Brad-I I Three Solutions agriculture, Gibson stated. "The PONTIAC
Political Pressures i president. "Our
Health Officer biggest job right TRADE-INS
Covington indig- 1. Turn over for State Welfare
county-paid cases. time element
"We're subject to political pres- nantly said no Board administration I now is not only to let the public presents our big-
The thing to remember about:, the county's know gest tattle right now. October 24 I
sures, they say.Ve're the what
do not believe we are trying to do.
tuberculosis is that it is frequent the indigent $12.000 give-away program for is too close
I for comfort but we'll
poorest people in the world but to have
to the
will secure needed cooperation a
cases rise because food new
armory indigent, since it of the clothing and hospitalization. do the best we can." announcement scheduled
administer a charity program. often breeds in filth stjualor and hospital," he said. "It is not a This may take politics out of to build the Fair into some- for Fri. Oct. 21. We

"Some of the people are pro bad diet. And since treatment county charity hospital in any charity. thing we can be justly proud of," MUST REDUCE
fessionals. We have no facilities I [I sense of the word. he continued. Boy Scout Troop OUR USED CAR
for takes a matter of years, the fan- Insure that hospital admis- in the
investigation, and cannot i
determine the ,ily of a hospitalized patient auto Can Collect Debts sions are carefully screened, thus.. Arrange Exhibits Ready To GoOn meantime. We invite take-
sheep from the I I The you to advantage -
"It is executive board the
a of as
cutting the
matically goes on charity. non-profit Cor- on folks out for
goats. Welfare should have New Activities
of the
nothing to do with politics." While the wage earner is away, potation. It is not a county-oper- I a free ride. "sociation has appointed Joe Wood, I situation. "

What problems do these officeholders health authoritie desperately seek 'jMed or county-owned hospital. 3. Require a lien or deatn clauseon local agriculture teacher, as chair I The newly reorganized Boy
to raise the family s living stand-I'[,Why, the corporation I man for the group on entries, See
face? Here is one for even go property held by "indigents", with Scout Troop 70 met Oct. 6 and BOB HAMMONDAT
example.The ards, so the disease will not into the Small Claims Court or the. who receive expensive hospital Paul Hutchins, agriculture decided to have a clean-up day
Circuit Court and teacher, Miss Barbara Bunch,
spread. collect its
county has a policy of not last Saturday. The boys turned
Takes care.Yet homemaking teacher, Miss Dorothy OUR
paying hospitalization for births. Money ey."Right this is pretty much of a Ross, Home out and gave their hut and surrounding -
All of this takes to the county
money now county cannotdo
Yet, one recalls an emergencycall cold-blooded approach. It's hardto !stration Agent, and G. T. grounds a thorough PONTIAC GOOD WILL
from Gainesville. A Brad- treat the patient, support and that. It has no way to recover hew to such a lien while a Hug- cleaning and got everything in USED CAR
gins, to
County Agent, decide
on I
ford citizen pleaded for the coun- protect the family and communi-I money misspent on supposed in pleading voice asks for aid. what will be exhibited and dem- shape for the fall program of LOT _

ty to guarantee a hospita' bill because ty.Dr. digents. But the hospital can, But the alternative may be an onstrated. No entry fees will be:I activities.The .

his wife was "badly swollen Covington, himself, has a ,even if it takes the matter into even more inclusive "welfare charged. Exhibitors are urged to Troop was recently reorganized ON SOUTH WALNUT ST.
and the hospital won't let her in." I I state," tax bill, and creation of a with Sidney Griffis as ,
few ideas on the higher cost of the courts." contact any member of this com1mittee And
" The official guaranteed the bill, charity.One "boarding house for chronic indi: as soon as possible. This I Scoutmaster and Charles Manire, Compare our Cars, Prices and Terms

and the woman gave birth to a is Will Flock In gents." year all entries will be housed in I an Eagle Scout, as junior assist- with those of competition.

baby at county expense., the simple fact that Almost everyone agrees, how- Somewhere along the line, some- a building and will be under a ant. Present members of the

The solution to this one kink. people are living longer these t I ever with one official who com- )'body's got to be reasonably tough. 24-hour guard arranged for by I Troop are: Bill Flakes, Robert ....-.. ....-. ..- -,- -. .,-.. ,- -

Tornadoes Rest Local Furniture Company Shows Line the local President Legion J.post.R. Farm Kelly Bureau has Edmondson Richard Cheshier, Robert, James Cheshier.Hall, 1955 FORD . $1995.00

been asked to select two groups (Sidney Griffis Jr., Jerry Walters, Custom Tudor V-8 with Power Pack-6.500 Actual

-r of judges for the livestock and Bobby Farland, Gene Farland, Miles Local Owner

: home items which be entered.i Hank Graham, Bernie McGee,
After PKY Win Cash prizes will be awarded for: Sonny Lawson, and Travis Alva-: 1955 PONTIAC $1795.00

: I k iJM:: for the second and third place win rez. Custom Star-Chief 4Dr.. with Hydromatic. Radio

(Continued from Page One) ; ners. Free space will be allotted I j i It was decided to hold a Tenderfoot Heater. Power Brakes and New Tires ,

from the I the various entries with ribbons,,: Test at the regular meeting,
over the goal 1953
plowed to County PTA groups. Oct. 13, at 7.30 o'clock. CHEVROLET $1095.00

one-yard stripe and also made 'd 1;= To Show Livestock The Scouts will sell Christmas Heater, Good Seat Covers, Good Tires One
the extra point. A 44-yard pass The Fair Association has contracted I- paper and ribbons, and will also Owner Local
from Charles Carroll to Burt for a livestock barn to..pick pecans to get money for new

Black set up the score. the rear of the exhibits building.I l uniforms: They will help the 1952 BUICK I$99556
BUS a.Cksd'ancE" $1 The dimensions will be approximately L- Garden Club make wreaths and

PKY held its 7-6 lead for the 56 feet by 68 feet to house I erect a boofh to sell them duringthe Super 4-Dr, with Dyna-FIow, Radio, Heater and

next two quarters. Neither team 1---iJ'I cattle swine, and poultry. There i Christmas season. White Wall .Tires .

could get: a potent offense going __ will be 20 hog pens, 20 pens for: -
until Reddish. Tornado quarter- cattle $895.00Spt.
and a long double row Doyle Conner

back, took the 'situation in hand I I for poultry coops in the center.: I!I StoryIn Cpe. with Radiator and Big Heater.

'and gave the Bradford boys the _jTJPr A The building will be roofed but FalHssue

impetus they needed to score and L I will be open on the sides. As Of FFA MagazineState 1950 FORD V.8 $595.00

forge ahead. Early in the fourth I soon Convertible
as possible, storage sheds Cpe. with Radio, Heater, Overdrive,

quarter the sensational Tornado Pictured above is! the display booth exhibited by the Bradford Furniture Corporation of Starke at the for feed will be added, according. Representative Doyle E.: New White Wall Tires

backs started moving, and with I First! Florida Furniture Mart held recently in Miami. The local company showed its line of modern dinettes 1- t0 present plans. "We will do I.Conner of Starke, who will lead "

Wayne Wooten Bobby Ferguson, I and junior dining room groupings along with occasional tables and bedroom and contract fUElli.tUI't" I- everything we can in the time we 1 the. 1957 House as Speaker, has 1949 OLDSMOBILE 98 $495.00

and Reddish supplying the steam. Mrs. Loyree Hartmann, corporation manager, was present to explain all new items to the dealers have left," Fair secretary J. V?. i again been tapped for honors by: 4-Dr. Sedan with Hydramalic, Radio, Heater, and
BHS advanced 77 in 10
yards ; attending. It is planned that the Florida Mart will be an annual event which should equal the markets Patray stated. I I I the Future Farmers of America, New Paint.
plays. I Restroom facilities, which' have!the farm
held in the northern cities each :: youth organization he
The big play was a 29-yard ad- jear. _ _ _- been a major problem in the past I I served as National President in 1949 DODGE -$495.00

vance by Reddish on a keep play.I were were headed by Reddish's;some reshuffling of his players Statistics are expected to be completed by 1948-49. This time it's a feature Convertible
taking him around his own right '! October 24. Similarly, the Cpe. with Radio, Jleater. Excellent
BUS PKY parking article carried in the
find fall
67 yards, with Wooten gaining and is trying to a working j issueof Tires
end the 20. From there problem will and in Perfect Mechanical Condition.
to PKY replacement for the two boys |First Downs 15 3 be solved by the their national magazine, "The
'- 52 48 and Kirkland 45. '
Ferguson ,
he and Wooten ,
punched out a I lost to the team. ;|Y ds. from scrimmage 253 50 huge area reserved for this purpose National Future Farmer." 1949 CHEVROLET

score with Wooten going the final. Lay-Off This \Vefk I Harold Godwin Lamar Shaw, Yds. passing 0 56 just off the Temple Avenue At 26, Representative Conneris $395.00

3 yards. Wooten on a quickie The Tornadoes are taking a | 'Total yardage 253 106 entrance. Bill Soto, local sign I I believed to be the youngest man Fleetline 2-Door

also scored the extra point for a I well-earned and needed rest is'i'II nd Charles Noegel are working:Passes attempted 4 9 painter, has been commissioned to eve"r to be elected Speaker in

13-7 Tornado lead. weekend. The open date n the fullback slot to replace Passes completed 0 9 erect a large sign which will be j,Florida. His unusual record of 1949 CHEVROLET $295.00WEEKEND

PRY Fumbles at a most opportune time since Elder. Godwin played fullback j Passes intercepted by 0 3 visible 'to north and southbound !accomplishment, in view of his Styline 2-Door with Heater ,

The fourth period was still the PKY game cost them two I last year, but all will be given I Fumbles lost 4 5 traffic on U. S. 301.Informative j I youth, has served as inspiration -

young: and PKY had time, but starting backfield men who will : Programs |to FFA members both
an equal chance, and Register Yards penalized 15 10 in Florida I
the Wave handled the ball only be out the rest of the season I : I James Lewis, advertising manager -J and the nation. SPECIAL*
The Tornadoes
hopes to have one of them readyto Baby played in
twice the rest of the game. and with injuries. I II I i iI I' of The Bradford County Telegraph -i According to the magazine. Rep.

fumbled both times. I Fullback Kenneth Elder, who has I go against Lake City, so as I Palatka last night against the 'o' has been commissioned to'''Conner became a charter mem-

Starke's kickoff was bobbled ,been a dangerous runner for BHS. I not to weaken his offense too Palatka B Squad, which hasn't ;work up a Fair program which i I ber of Starke FFA Chapter when s/rn.oo
and the Tornadoes were in business chipped a bone in his heel and much. .lost a game and beat the Crescent i,will tell the citizens of the area lit was organized in 1943. He serv-

on the PKY 2S. On the I ended his high school plaing,1)[ Godwin Reddish, and Rudolph I,J City A Squad. Score was not I Ii I and the visitors about Bradford j jed as its president for two years

third plav. BHS fumbled to PKY. 'since he is a senior. Charles Kirkland Hutchinson, a 10th grader, are all !known at press time. County agriculture. The program'!before being elected setate FF A

but the Wave handed it back on !, also a senior starting right 'working hard to replace Kirkland i i|.I will be given to each visitor free 'president in 1946. Then, in 1948 he Will buy this beautiful black one owner

the first play from scrimmage.: [half and the No. 1 punter on the as punter. Hutchinson does the of charge. The Fair Association !was elected National President
>Eight plays covered the necessary 'team, reinjured the shoulder that ,punting for the B Squad. !j I Recent Births does not expect to realize any 1 I at the annual National Convention 1952 DODGE 2-DOOR SEDAN

37 vards. with Wooten once 'sidetracked him last year. and he I Coach Register has started I I profit from the program other,in Kansas City Missouri. BacOn \
|I Capt. and Mrs. O. L. I
again doing the honors, sweeping: (had to drop out for the rest of training Gus Kopelousos as of-' :Haynes, than the cost of printing. ,' his home farm west of Starke.he through and
Friday of this week.SilFsONURQUHART
left erd from the six. His run I this season. James Harrell, end, .fensive right end to replace God-,...Jr. announce the birth of a daughter -I Although the majority of ex-! carried on projects of truck Saturday .

for extra point failed. The gam: suffered a bruised chest and ,,win and is still working him as.I' :Mildred Ann, on Oct. 5 inj i hibits i space is being reserved for crops and livestock improvement _at-t- pst.

ended before the ball could be put Kenneth Green and Jerry Lawson, :quarterback also. The Tornadoes St. Vincent's Hospital. .the educational and home material I I while studying vocational agriculture
. in nlav asrain. tackles, are nursing bruised el- gained one new player Monday! demonstrations, commercial exhibitors in high school. Other FFA

Cliff Baslev and Tommy Cheek bows. These last three Tornadoes when Don Hingson a transfer, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. LaMee of: are invited to contactJ. honors include the coveted American PONTIAC

led PKY defensively, with Cheek I should be ready to go against ;I from Lave Oak, reported for prac- ;Keystone Heights announce the O. Gay for space for their I Farmer Degree, the highest

and Robinson leading the offensive .!Lake City on Oct. 21. 'tice. Hingson played the first 'birth of a daughter, :Margaret, on displays. All such exhibits will be degree given by the national organization USED CAR LOT PHONE 471

from scrimmage Must Fill Gaps two games this season with Live Oct. 6, at Doctor's Hospital, indoors in the exhibit building. In of Future Farmers of) .

The smooth Tornado backs Coach Register has had t0 doi I Oak as tackle and guard. Starke. I the past, a rented tent has been America. I j '-. -- : -- -- -- - -- -' -- :- '-: :- -. ,-- .$L5:::

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