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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 21, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY-SEVEN STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955 NUMBER SIXTEEN

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;: : East Call Streets Council Bans WE'VE GOT THE 'T A TER ,I Trustee Entries Mayor Asks


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resolution banning the donation -
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: I\b may amount to a new of free electricity by'the City I freeholders who wish to W. T. Jackson requested I
: building boom in east Starke was to run for the office of school trus- the
of Starke any person or groups City Council to pass an ordinance -
I touched off Tuesday night at the was passed unanimously! by the tee in the election to be held No-

I Council meeting, when two residents City Council Tuesday night vember 8, must qualify two weeks making midnight the dead-

Mrs. H. C. Ritch and L. K. I II before that date, or October 23, line for the closing of amusement .
Later attempts to exclude
Whitehead received assurance churches and civic or fraternal organizations II I I by petition with five signatures, places in Starke, during the
that utility services will be extended School Supt. Harmon P. Morgan regular
from the ruling, by meeting Of the council
to the East Call Street area in I I stated this week.L. Tuesday night
at
allowing these groups a preferential city haIL
the immediate future. F. Dinkins, O. J. Phillips, andA.
cost rate of 2 1-2 cents per ftI I Stating that there have been
Pecans totaling 15,689 pounds sold for an average of S3 1-2 cents Both applicants told the Council unsuccessful when I L. Green are the Incumbents.In .

"across the board" in the first auction of the season at the Starke that they planned to build in the kilowatt the Council, were decided that under the T TMr. I I the school trustee election complaints of some places in the

State Farmer Market last Thursday. Seedlingsled in volume with Bradford Heights subdivision, but j|wording of the resolution such action I all regular polling places will be I city which have been a public

an average of 35 cents: Stuarts brought 43 1-% cents, Money Makers wanted to be sure before going : would be illegal. and Mrs. Fred Lang proudly exhibit a large, economy size, used, Morgan said, and the regular nuisance during the early hoursof

35 S Success 45, and Curtis 39., Growers received $6,125.78 from the ahead, that electricity water, and I The resolution stated that as a sweet potato grown on their home place at Clay Hill, near Max\ille.I,hours constitutional will prevail. is the morning, Jackson asked
amendment
sewer service would be available.The The four is 17 inches and 10 Inches A
sale. : potato weighs over pounds, long the Council to a law
pass new
,result of its utility expansion program to be voted in the next -
Those who took time to clean eft the sand and trash and pick a Council member said that I and consequent indebtedness around the middle. The Langs kindly left the potato at The Telegraph upon general which would regulate the closing
election which will allow each
lew faulty nuts out were well paid for their time and effort on this while they would make no prom-I I to bond holders it would henceforth -i office with instructions that we could exhibit it a while and then eat I I county to decide in a county election hour of all amusement places,

first sale and it will pay In the future says R. B. Alvarez pictured ises as to sewer facilities in the be impossible for the city to, it. Now, if their near neighbor and ardent huntress' Mrs. Bessie if it wishes to retain or abolish such as poolrooms, dance halls

above (center) and be signalled another sale In his role of auctioneer near future, both water and _electricity -j donate free service to anyone. It Strickland, will just bring us a possum, we'll have a meal that would the offices of school trustees.

last week. will be available soon. also ruled out the granting of preferential stick to our ribs a while. I I Morgan said he was very much skating rinks and bowling alleys

Growers are urlt4'to bring nuts in early and have them weighed It was also brought out that the rates. an favor of keeping school trustees, After discussion the Council

ia order to avoid a last minute rush at sale time. new lift station, which will pro-S The resolution was moved by Two-Way RadiokUpAgain as he believes they serve as a val authorized City Attorney Arch
vide sewer service for the hospital, Ewell Lawson and seconded by L I Prevatt Draws I l uable contact between the parentsand Thomas Jr. to draw up an ordi-

was designed to service the entire E. Clark. the school authorities. nance to that effect

Bradford Fair Collins Dies adjoining area. The cost to the city for furnishing For Discussion i On other matters the Council

I In the course of the discussionon I free services last year amounted Seven Year Term New Bus 'Driver ,took action as follows:
Referring to an editorial in last
to $3,272.63.
the development of the eastern l Authorized Clerk Carl Johns to
Johns Preaches
Opens MondayAmerican area of the city, it was stated that Use of electricity and water by Lester. Thomas (Cooney) Pre week's Telegraph, which asked II Named By BoardThe advertise for sale surplus fuel
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many more persons plan to build churches and other groups within ,vatt, 18 year old Starke youth when the two-way police radio tanks which are part of the equip.

Funeral! there, but further details were not the city has grown rapidly, the [was sentenced by Judge. L. Pat- would be used by the City at night I I Bradford County Board of .meat purchased from New Bern

Legion officials were available at the time. Council was told last Tuesday ten on Oct. 13 to serve seven years I Public Instruction appointed Mrs. N. C. The two tanks had been
Jackson the
W. T.
busy this week rushing final arrangements Leroy Collins died Sept. 24 night, from the time years ago In prison for his part in the holdup Mayor brought George Reddish of Lawtey as spoken for by a Jacksonville firm
the annual Brad and Charlie Johns the it amounted to 200 kw"s of Rest matter up for discussion at the school bus driver in their last
for preached Legion ChiefAddresses when Long Bridge package at a price of $1,000, but this week
'ford County Fair, .which opens 'f J eraL monthly to about 4,000 now. store, Sept 12. Council meeting Tuesday night, I meeting to fill the vacancy on the the firm told the Clerk that the

Monday at the new exposition But it wasn't the Collins and Prevatt was committed to the Chairman James A. Lewis stat- Lawtey-New River bus route tanks were not suitable for their
U. S. 301 the Johns about.A Joint last brought about by the resignationof
grounds on near you're thinking State Prison at Raiford Fri-
Peace Warrant ,ed he thought the problem could Kenneth Griffis. purpose. The tanks cannot be
north city limits. friend from West Florida day. The court recommended that,
be solved by re-arranging the police economically utilized by the City,
The Legion hut I is being movedto. sends the Telegraph a clipping Club MeetingA Issued By JudgeAs in view of his youth, he be allowed I' Griffis took a job driving a the Clerk Bald, because transportation -
the new location and will be from a Marianna newspaperr.ont&lniD1' to serve out his term at the Apala- force schedule so that one man truck in South Florida.
joint meeting of the Starke the result of a dispute arising could be assigned to the radio charges would equal their
the rather
ready to house exhibits in time startlingnews dice Correctional Institution.
I Rotary and Lions Clubs was held' from an alleged debt, Calvin Henley I station at night, and that in this cost.
that Collins died I
for the fair opening Past Commander Leroy Prevatt and Elvin D. Spec) I New Manager
it the Methodist build., ordered to desist from install catch basinat
recreational was way it would not be necessary to Agreed to a
L. H. Gibson ,*aW yester Sept. 24 and that Rev. Charlie Casey, 27, also of Starke, pleaded,'
day. Rest room facilities and Johns officiated at the funeraL I ling Wednesday to hear an address I t making any further threats guilty some time ago to armed hire any extra men.councllman AtLo1A&P the intersection of Lafayetteand
Coincidence by A. J. Thomas Jr., State Com. gainst Henry Cone both of Bradford One said that it appeared Adams Streets to relieve
: robbery of the store
parking arrangement are being package just As Key Resigns
rushed In order to accommodatethe Gov. Leroy Collins and Sen. mander of the American Legion t, County, by Judge T. A. across the Union County line on that there were enough nearby property owners from
and member of Starke Yawn in a hearing- Wednesday I on the force at present time flood
a Rotary. men damage.
Charley Johns of Starke have State Highway 100. They obtain W. P. Luke is the new manager
public on opening day..
been enemies for Commander Thomas discussedthe I morning in the judge's office. to do this, without interfering with of Announced that bids for the
Although most of the exhibit political years.So ed just under $100 in.tl e.holdup I the local A & P Store, succeedin -
.is being reserved this far, however, neither has broad scope of American I Cone had sworn out an affidavit and were captured minutes later daytime polic protection. F. D. Key, who resigned to accept new lift station at Alligator

for space educational. and home year ma been able to "bury" the other Legion activities and objectives,,. on October 14 stating that Henley by Union County officers as they I I "I have seen four" policemen a position as salesman with I Creek near the new hospital will
at both the national and state: had threatened "to cut my gust' working one corner, he said. the Dixie be
terial demonstrations, commercial politically. 'fled toward Starke. I Lily Milling Co. opened on Friday, Oct. 21, at
these in knife unless he I The Mayor agreed that he, too, I
exhibitors are invited to contact evels. He. described L out with a I Casey was sentenced several I i Mr. Luka is originally from Val- 5 p.m.
brief, designed to promote the: (Cone) paid a sum of money al- weeks to "prison. i had seen this happen, and said
as
J. O. Gay for space for their displays. Turkey Dinner ago eight years ,dosta, Ga., but came to Starke Discussed complaints on signs
that from it would not be
and best interests ol now on I
welfare
ledgedly owed Henley. Prevatt had been free under
It I, still !not too late to I $2- that from the Fitzgerald, Ga. store, which are placed on city property,
make" these arrangements. St. 'jl rthA' Chapter of St America and' the defenders ol l After hearing the testimony. 500 cash bond. way. where he was manager. He assumed either on sidewalks or rights-of-

The public la invite!to patronize Marks Church will sponsor a tur- America..OutstaadingamGngthe. Judge Yawn dissolved the case and! Mayor Jackson then ordered his duties here last Friday."His" .' way, and instructed the police department
.... char eLlenley .to. .keep away Police Chief W, .Thornton:: to '
the fair next week 'with the key dinner'TOi Tuesday, Oct;' 25,' Legion'tcurrent I Gifts To HospitalAre wife and two sons will Join to enforce the laws pro-
Thomas said from Cone, and that if he did not re-arrange the working scheduleof I later.
objectives, him in Starke
promise that profits from the from 6 8 in the Parish hibiting such acas.
to
p.m. to : do so, the case would be reopen'ed. AcknowledgedThe the police force, and assign a
event will be used by the Legionfor House. Tickets will be on sale by are: continued opposition menv .. man to the operation of the radio I Mr. and Mrs.: Key will continueto Heard complaints, brought up
in th
Red China
greater development of its I members of the chapter, or maybe bership for I Bradford County Hospital station at nightOverseas t reside in Starke. by Councilman Ruby Johns, that

new fair grounds for future use. purchased at the door. United Nations; military anc .Corporation has acknowledged the i the city garbage dump is in a bad

I economic aid for Nationalist China'I Work To BeginOn following contributions during the (Theft Of Pecans condition. Mayor Jackson explained -
immediate Western Packages
Reach For Those Toes Girls rearmament for past two weeks:. to the Council that the
S Germany through the NATO Brings $25 Fine
ClassroomsFor Deadline Nov. 15
Winn-Lovett Grocery Co., $325 city crews have been too busy
organization; continued support I A Bradford father and
: for furnishing doctors' library; |I County lately with streets, sewers, and
1 of .the United Nations; and continued Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. son, Earl Strickland and Earl
Baptist S. S. DeWitt C. Jones, furnishing other improvements, to properly
promotion of the Back to traverse draperies for lobby and reminds the public that Christmas i: Strickland Jr. were found guilty I take care of the dump. He then .

; God movement. packages for overseas delivery I of stealing pecans Monday and drew
a
nursery; I laugh, by referring the
ri7ry ; Thomas said that since 1925 Material has been placed on the A & P Tea Co., $25. must be mailed not later than. fined $25 or 10 days in jail by matter to Mrs. Johns, saying:

the Legion has spent some 120 ground and work is expected to Wilson Life Insurance Co., Lake Nov. 15. The postmaster said[ County Judge T. A. Yawn.
around Nov. 1 on three I I "Anyhow, that's off my hands,
begin a I
million dollars for emergency aid and tile addition to .City, mirror for corridor; that a minimum of 30 days is ii:I They were arrested upon affidavits and it is your department now."
to veterans and their families. He story brick Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold. $400, needed for the delivery of pack.,j signed by F. J. (Frazier) Authorized the
class and nine erection of
praised the organization's child provide 33 rooms for furnishing private room in ages overseas during the Christ, Shaw, charging trespassing and i Istreet lights at Pinehaven
for the First subdivision -
welfare legislation program, and I Baptist department Church rooms Sunday School. memory of Col. D. E. Knight. mas season. petit larceny. They paid the fine., and also in Reno near the
annual State
its Boys projects.
\ J Burnside home. A for
request one
The constant aim of the Legion ]: The 42x92 foot structure is,

is to leave America a better placein being built on property recently at Saratoga Heights, was turned
Face over to Riley! Wasdin for
Tornadoes Unbeaten study,
which to live than it would I purchased by the church from
when he said that a feasible way
have been without such an organization the Frazee estate and will be
Thomas said. ,connected to the existing buildings.It I of complying would\ have to be

&.tl&I* V The speaker was intix:>duced I is expected to cost around found first'

I $110,000 including air condition- Lake City Tigers Friday V Announced that J. E. Owens,
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by p. T. Nolin who praised
Thomas for his accomplishments I ing and heating facilities. I II formerly employed at' the NewBern

duties :i The construction was made I I N. C. light plant, has
in his profession. his civic ,i The Bradford Tornadoes swing
and in the American Legion i necessary by the increasing size of I I I I Th Rlt:r- IL--- been hired by the city as assistant
back into action tonight after an
organization. the First Baptist Sunday School. plant superintendent.

Special guests of the Rotariansat I At the present time it is neces I[open date last! week, meeting the: : Agreed to waive the license fees
c !b1a Bishop! Andrews (center) puts! a class through reducing and ( Johns : i
for five or six i classes ;; in connection with the
this meeting were Roman Alvarez I sary t. conditioning emclses eVCry Thursday night In the BUS, gym as part. I[Powerful coium-I -Fair
County
: 'meet In the all Association event
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-ine Future sanctuary, and
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of the current adult education In semi-circle left to prpsWent! bia High Tigers in Lake .
program. ( right) I __ which is be
held
classrooms I .., to next week.
and vice of the are overcrowded. The !
are Vitian harley Pearl Pickering, Lillle Bridges, Dorothy Alvarez, BHS Farmers Club president and Pierson new building will house all grades I II Tonight's foe is unbeaten, Untied And if! 4 -iZ!'; It was brought out that the Fair
Speech
Verna Demorest Gladys Page, Mural Gardner, Dorothy Ross, Marian( and unscored upon this sea- : -41 Association is a
(Cox, secretary of the Hi-Y Club. except the nursery and juniors, I'I non-profit organ-
I Tornadoes will enter ; tW I9.
the
and Mrs. Andrews is son and JtIi
Conner, Dorothy Epperson. looking for more I [who will use the present facilities.Ben ; ization and that any monies it
recruits, girls. If Interested, phone her at 62-J. F. Hall will supervise the the game handicapped by the loss earns must by law be put Into
New Chairmen ,of two backfield stalwarts Ken Harden .gy13
I \j I.construction, which is expected to'' the development of future fair

Big Coca-Co/as/ I Mayor Says PublicIs i j require aboutjsix months.F. The neth Tigers Elder and are Charles still licking Kirkland.their I facilities.

Named For CityDepartments \ B. Beard is chairman Ruled
CooperatingIn acting chops over a 35-0 drubbing administered that in the, future any

On Sale HereThe I Meter Drive"The i I:of the building committee. to a hopelessly outman- city employees who take time off

; I ned P. K. Yonge team last Friday, for sickness must show a doctor's

new large size\ ((10 ounce) general public appreciatesthe five New Buses and will be definitely "up" for to I statement saying that the absence

Coca-Cola will be on sale at I' need for complete enforce- Committee appointments of the]! ,night's game, since it is Lake City i I I was necessary.

stores in the Starke area, today. ment of the parking laws and is Starke City Council were named Are Purchased |i I I Homecoming.
according to a double-page announcement I'cooperating almost 100 per cent," by Chairman James A. Lewis this : Barnes Looks Great Health Staffers

ad in this issue of 11a'orY.. T. Jackson told the City,week as follows: The Tornadoes also beat P. K. _
I School Board Attend
II By Meeting
The Telegraph. :'Counc'l Tuesday night.A Street Maintenance I. E. Clark' ;,[Yonge, but by considerably less

James Groover, manager of the drive was started Monday by chairman L. O. Hazen. Ewell !margin (19-7) than the Tiger's Approximately 50 public health

Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co. the police department to enforce Lawson; Safety. Ewell Lawson i, The Board of Public Instruction overwhelming triumph. workers from throughout the

states that the new large size as parking meter regulations.In chairman L. O. Hazen, Ruby purchased five new, large-sized Lake City, unbeaten in the last state of Florida will attend the

well as the regular size, will be recent months parking meter Johns; Sanitary, Ruby Johns i school buses Monday in a special I 115, games and unscored upon in annual meeting of the Florida
meeting at the courthouse, accord- the last nine, boasts one player
violations had been almost completely chairman Ewell Lawson. I. E.
on sale in retail outlets selling Public Health Association at Day-
ignored the Mayor said, Clark; Fire, L. O. Hazen, chair- ing to Harmon P. Morgan, school who is likely to become a future I
Coca-Cola in six-bottle cartons I tona Beach, Oct. 19-22.
and cases. Coin-operated vending ,but en taking office Jackson asked man; Rules, Laws, and Ordinances, {Superintendent. football great Ernest Barnes, I .-
the public to cooperate and ordered L. O. Hazen, chairman Ruby'1: Low bids for the buses were a 146-pound tailback who led the Attending from the Bradford'
machines will offer only the smaller Senior right guard on offense
EDWIN JOHNS (left), 165 lb. plajs County Health will
the police to crack down on. of- i[Johns, Ewell Lawson. ,made by the following concerns: victory over PKY last week. Running Department
size. fenders. |I t j I i|I I On two 66-passenger buses,. out of Lake Citjy's rare(I and. left end on defense. Lettered last year, and i* one ot toe best 'lie DC. A. U. Gvrvn&aci, \\&.u't..,

The new bottle has the same .IV&snfe {rot\. WotVa ctv XYvt Ym&fcs! wuige'Barnes scored tOUT blockers) on The Tornado sguao.UOE J//X Arlla SfcKnight, and Mrs.

d t'tt'I1 1i\\' \! wn te 1i>\\%\\ 't )Yo\xVn Fined !and Sfrnpson-Urquhart Pontiac of touchdowns.He went over from the 1 H.\KWEX 16% tt>. JunfoT, left guard, raidtte toebarfcer on defense. Betty ingrain public health nur-

one and will contain the same ,Male Screwworms For Being Drunk J''Starke' on the GMC chassis; on'six, 14, and 18 yard lines and Lettered last year. One ol the standouts for BUS on detease.al ses, Jack Trawfck, sanitarian; and

high quality beverage. Groover Rendered Sterile ; 'the three 60-passenger vehicles ;\[traveled 60 yards. on a pass play i I Mrs. Joan Chitty, secretary

said I I A 11-year old negro youth arrested i 1:Wayne Iron Works on the bodies which was perfection itself. The players. The new replacements from the single wing with a balanced '

In its announcement ad. Coca-:. A government entomologist re- I 1 by city police for being,,.and Andrews Motor Co. of Starke ,"pride of Columbia" ran 12 plays I have shown\ up well in practice. line. They are very strong
Cola Company suggests that the '''ports that an experiment with radioactive -' drunk was found guilty by :MayorW. I Jon the chassis. \from scrimmage in the first halfI |Harold Godwin will likely start at on end runs to their right. and on'I:Methodist Men

large bottle is just right for a,( materials has eliminated I T. Jackson at police court I i. The bids were accepted by the for a total net gain of 139 yards. '1 the fullback post in place of Ken- plays going back to the weak side. See Safety FilmThe
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"king size" thirst or "two with :the screwworm pest from cattle in!:Monday morning and fined $25. !I School Board, contingent upon approval -;The fleetfooted Barnes has scored ''cy Elder who chipped a heel bone Coach Register states that his;

ice." the West Indies island of Curacao. Mayor Jackson interrogated the,; by the state board of edit- \111 touchdowns for his team so far\against PKY and is out for the line is in good physical shape, but' Methodist Men's Club met:

.He predicts that the same kind of 1 youthful offender trying to find cation. ,;in their first four games. crest of the season. Lamar Shawis that the Tornadoes are weak on'Monday night In the recreation

Firemen Elect !campaign can work successfully I II where he had obtained the intox-I\ Morgan said the new buses will I'' No Rest Period ready to relieve Godwin someon I replacements in the backfield. 'I hall for its monthly supper meet-

I jin Florida. cating beverage but the youth apparently -I replace some of the old equipmentin The one week layoff wasn't exactly offense. After the Lake City game, BHS ing. A special film on safety was

New OfficersAt i i The method used was to sterilize! had been well coached for service now, and that the larger a rest period for the Torna-I Backfield Weakenedi ''will play Perry, a newcomer to )shown by L. Hillendahl and another -

thousands of male screwworms he said it was given him by friendsat sizes were specified relieve the I does. Coach Lennard Register has i Godwin or Reddish will take their schedule, in Perry. | feature of the program wasa

a recent meeting of the with radioactive isotopes. These Green Cove Springs. [crowded condition on some school]worked his charges long and hard;,over the punting duties since,: B Squad Wins report on the Laymen's Confer-

Starke Volunteer Fire Departmentthe sterilemales' then mated with female There was some misunderstanding buses at the present time. I in preparation for tonight's game i Kirkland is also out for the season -!.| The Tornado B Squad, after I ence held in Leesburg last week

following officers were elected screwv-crms and in a matterof on the part of some residents' He said while it is common ,and the boys are primed to make I due to a shoulder injury. Gus t idropping two straight games, beat i iJ end.

: several weeks the screwworms of Reno as to the placing of the'practice to replace school buses it a real contest down to the final JKopelousos has shown up well in the Gainesville High B team 7-6 Those attending the conferenceand

Ray L. Stone, president; W. C. "just disappeared" the entomologist youth in jaiL However, as Mayor every eight years some of the whistle. {practice this week at his new post I j'J Tuesday night in Gainesville. reporting Monday night were

Rhoden, vice president; Jack reports. Jackson pointed out the law!county's vehicles have been used During the past two weeks of i as offensive end and has been j Charles Noegel scored for the j Mr. Hillendahl, G. N. Goldwire

Smith, secretary; Blake Jackson I' In the larvae stage the screw-.1 i specifies that after a person ar-since 1941. I practice, Register has had to j hauling in Reddish's aerials regu- Baby Tornadoes and Van Prescott and T. H. Slade. Ovid G. Lewis

treasurer; Jack Siemer, chaplain; .worms eat into the living tissue oft 'i rives at the age of 17 he is no I Delivery of the new buses is ex-,make changes in his lineup to take ,larly. I made the extra point that meant I!attended the final session Sunday

Charlie Schaefer, sgt at arms. |animals often I causing death. (longer considered a juvenile. I-ected in from 60 to 90 days. care of injuries incurred by sever- The Tigers tonight will operate :victory. I morning. _


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editorial GRAHAM TOY\ LONG BRANCHby \ and family visited Collie spent the weekend in Tallahasseewith
in Orlando Hospital last Sunday.Mr. Miss Mary Futch and Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and and Mrs.
Mrs. John McIUnney J. P. Wyrick.
By Anna Ruth Crosby Sirs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAA 3 Irs.
Deserves More By Jojce T. Futch ,
Legion HelpIn L.................uu.uRevival daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Perry The L. P. Rafuse family were
,........ L AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. Davis were business visitors to Sunday guests of the C. F. Miles

Its Promotion of FairOn Meeting Mr. and Mrs. John Fernandina on Saturday.The family in Lake Butler.
There will be a revival meeting Kenney of We were in Starke Tuesday of and Mrs. Vann of Hampton -
Starke have moved to Jacksonville.Mrs. Joe Starling family and Mr. and Mrs.
C. B.
Va. Hiatt
were overnight guests of and
at the Graham Baptist church! beginning last week and met Mrs Nolan, the
the eve of the opening of another Bradford Sunday night at 7:30. Kenney is the former Alice Maxville for the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce. :Mrs. Elnora Privett and daughters daughter Marguerite were fishingat
correspondent
County Fair, we are inclined to agree with the Rev. Fronso Prevatt of Lawtey Reddish. Telegraph. I am glad that Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa attended the revival at Johns- Cedar Keys oft Saturday.Roy .
sentiments expressed by the American Legion will be the speaker. Each night Aaron Hutchinson' spent last she has more who to say visited her brother and sister-in- town Church on Thursday evening. Griffis and sons visited
people .
last week in a paid advertisement to the effect there will be a guest preacher. weekend in Ft. Lauderdale. with her than I do. It cooperate seems- law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, Mrs. Joyce Futch and son Ralph friends in Gainesville last Sunday.

that: "If the Bradford County Fair is NOT what Everyone is invited to attend. Mrs; Smith of Dade City, whois that everyone around here thinksI last week.

you would like it to be you need only look in Mr. and Mrs. H. Shaw of La- a missionary to the Indians in should know the news by instinct Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Jack t J"d

the mirror to see the cause. If you want to build Crosse were Sunday guests'' of Florida, spent last Friday night without them telling me. Bales and daughters attended the From where I
r the Bradford County Fair to its rightful place their brother and sister-in-law, with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis. They had better wake up to the Postmasters Convention in Mid- 1 sit.. fy Joe Marsh

among surrounding counties, roll up ;your sleeves Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers. Mrs. Clarence Hutchinson and solemn fact that I know nothing dleburg last Monday. -

and dig in your wallet." The Ike Lefever's had as weekend children were in Gainesville Mon until I am told, so let them break Among the out of town guestsat

In publishing this statement, the Legion recog- guests Allen Fork of Indiana day.Mr down and tell me a few things the Homecoming at the Meth- Tie This One
nizes the fact that in recent years there has beena polis, Ind. and two friends. Allenis ..Tomlinson, the former chiefof and this column will be more in odist church last Sunday were: :

good deal of expressed dissatisfaction with the now stationed in Jacksonville. police of Truth and Consequence teresting.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dinkins and For Consideration-
Colen M. Ratiff of Gainesville N.M., and now a missionary
.
annual "Fair" on the grounds that it was little and Mrs. Marklee Padgett
spent Saturday with his parents. will show a film'Sunday nightat son, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotton,
more than a legalized "carnival," sadly lacking announce the birth of a son on Closed the office early last Sathelp
any more-but I'd rather
Mr. and Mrs. 1... E. Ratliff. Bayless Hiway Baptist Churchon Mrs. Charlie Dinkins, Mr. and
in the cultural and educational exhibits that Oct. 10. We understand the mother urday to go after pheasants with waste a shell than let him know.
should be the backbone of worthwhile exposi- Mrs. Edward Broughton was delinquency. He will also givea and child are not in good Mrs. Horace Cox !.llss'Adel: Din- Pops Foster. I used fewer shells
any called to the bedside lecture on what Christians From where I sit, Pops
of her brother can health, and we wish them a speedy kins, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams than the old gentleman and took always=
tion.The J'elton Graves of Tampa. Mr. do to prevent broken homes. He recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Block shows consideration for people,
Legion concludes that "One organization Graves had an accident with a traveled 25,000 miles last summer er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank home more birds-but not because too. For instance, this is a small
no matter how community-minded it may be doing missionary work. Mrs. Dumpie Wilkinson has beenon I did better shooting. ,but
thing he
tractor which he was operatingand Everyoneis Sweat and baby, Dr. and Mrs. puts a bottle of beer
cannot successfully stage a venture of this is in a serious condition.Mr. invited to come at 8 o'clock. the sick list for several days. Earl Roberts, Mrs. Will Edwards, I'd borrowed a dog for the ocon ice for me when I visit him-
size without the assistance of many others." Anda and Mrs. Zeke Dryden and Young People's Meeting each Bun Griffis was our delivery boy Mrs. GY.. Durham and Mrs. casion. Pops took along Blue,his though he never tales anything
sounder conclusion reached. The Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock. last Saturday. Seems that every ancient pointer. Several times I but coffee
was never family of Jacksonville were visiting Hinson, all of Jacksonville, Mr. himself. Even if he
staging of a successful fair is a tremendous undertaking Mr. Dryden's mother, Mrs. E. Other church services at the regular one waited until they needed fuel 1 and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. of noticed Pops walk up to a clump doesn't agree with me on a mat.

that requires months of planning and Dryden Sunday. times. at for the heat, then time.all called on Bun Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie of bushes Blue had pointed at ter of personal choice (which u

hard work, both mental and physical,.on the part Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Moody had same Roberts of St. George, Ga., Mr. and fire into the air-though he his right) he'd rather not make a
of. many organizations and many people not as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYTY' We finally have the large tile and Mrs. Melvin Weaver of Boynton hadn't flushed a single bird. "point" of letting me know.Copyright .

just one small group. Balis McKinney, and Mr. and Mrs. in the road at our mail box and Beach, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Naturally, I wanted to know

With the acquiring by the Legion of a permanent J. B. Wright and children all- of STATE FARM now the road the water every will time not a wash hard over rain Boyette of Albany, the Frank why. "Well," he said sheepishly, f ,7
Starke. Jones family of "I've been hunting with that ,
Keystone Heights, dog't "
of
exposition grounds, now in the process comes. We need the other tile between
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Roder By firs O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Miss Catherine Young and mother for 11 seasons.His nose isn't much
development perhaps and happier day is
,
a new left the mail box and Road 218,
Tuesday for Wappingers Fall of Lakeland, Mr. Hickman Of Alabama -
dawning for the Bradford County Fair. It is then our road will take the worst
N. Y. They will be gone several the Louie Lee Wainwright 1955, United Stan Brewers Foundation
regrettable, but true that projects of this kind weeks. :Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Crews of weather we have and not gettoo
of State
family :Miss
Farm Rebecca
quite often do not elicit full-scale support in their Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Starling had Indian Beach were recent guestsof bad to travel. Modelmog of Lake Butler-
embryonic stage. Once success is assured however his parents, Mr and Mrs. Com We failed
to
as guests last weekend her brothers to get Long Branchfor Mrs. Bynum Perkins of Hampton
there is a rush to get on the band wagon. and their families, Leroy and modore Crews. Hilda Crews went church services last Sunday. Mrs. Lois Adkins, Mrs. Annie
This might well be the experience of the Brad- Dudley of Jacksonville and Frank home with them for an extended It is too far to walk and the Brown Wilkes, Mr. and Mrs. Drew

ford County Fair. Now that it is apparent the "of Micanopy. visit.Rev.. people who have been taking us Reddish and son, Mrs. J. W. An- HUNDREDSof
.'Legion is going ahead with plans for long-range John Willis of San Antonio and Mrs. C. E. Thomison, failed to show up. Probably had drews, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon

development of its grounds, it will be much easierto Texas was visiting his cousin, missionaries to Mexico, are visit sickness in the family. Rev. Lane, Silcox and son, all Of Starke; Mr.
obtain the support that has been withheld by Albert Willis, last week. ing their son-in-law and daughter. the pastor at Clay Hill Church, and Mrs. C. B. North of Waldo. details are managed and economic-
., the Clarence Rhodens. Whilehere ally attended that
some in the past. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie George came to see us for a few minutes Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Jr. only a trained and
The Legion deserves much more than moral spent Sunday with Mrs. Berry they are conducting servicesin and we went back to church and son Jack Wainwright and t careful organization can attend when

support in its efforts to promote a fair that Brad- Dye and family. delinquency.the various churches will on be juvenile with him. There was a good crowd Faye Durban, all of Gainesville, the urgent need for serving is at

ford County can be proud of. It deserves active Eddie and Deanne Starling of less Hiway Sunday They night.at Bay- quite a few from Middleburg, and and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa. hand.
Gainesville spent the weekend some good singers. The public I is i Mrs. Fred Moore and
family
well. Now that substantial start
support, as a
Mrs. G. E. Crews and Mrs. O.
with their grandparents, Mr. and invited to call at this church and were shopping in Jacksonville
has been made on development of permanent B. on DeWITT C. JONESPhone
Thompson were visiting Mr. the
Mrs. H. enjoy services with the .
.E. Starling. regular Saturday.Mr.
facilities at the new location, we believe that this and Mrs. John Crews in Monticello attendants.Mr. 7 Starke. FU.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Griffin and and Mrs. Bryant Reddish
support will be forthcoming in an ever larger Wednesday of last week. .
and :Mrs. J. I.
family and Mrs. Albert Willis Padgett: were weekend guests of Mr. and
measure. were sightseeing in St. Augustine e Ronald Crosby of Bayless Hi (Lottie Starling) and Gloria who> Mrs. Jack Pens in Tallahassee. )Funeral Director Ambulance Service
way spent Monday night with his live near Jacksonville, called
Sunday.Mr. on i Mrs. Eula Mae Carlton and son,
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and i 'ui local funiral home taablea u to otter
and several of us last week. coarealeaeet ted
Mrs. Allen Ward of Lottie is i Robert, and Gertie Fay Cruce of
Starke Is Becoming Gainesville were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Lucian Conner. a former faithful member of the! Jacksonville were Sunday guests services not otherwUt avtflMe.

Ward's parents Mr. and Di Mr. and Mrs. Walter' Quiett of Long Branch Church and we were> of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. M I ,

Familiar Name To U. S. Leon Wynn, Sunday.Mr. red Jacksonville spent the weekend I glad to see her again. Frank Cruce. The occasion was We I "
and Mrs Jeff Davis with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. the birthday of Mrs. Cruce. ruralab the highest type service at lowest prlcea, sodaceept
A. Addison. Mrs. Quiett is 1 ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued ANT
their son and daughter-in-law, OtiE-FOR ALL Ball Point Pen Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and by
For a town of its size, Starke is getting more much improved from the seriousoperation 1 company u payment la part or In full on t tuea1.
}Ir. and Mrs. Carlton Davis of Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffis all of
than its share of.attention in magazines of na Waldo she recently underwent.Mr. Consultation carte: no obllfitloo.
attended church County
at Perry Telegraph. Jacksonville, with Mrs. Collie ,
tional circulation. The ball started rolling in i Sunday and Mrs. Maston Hayes of I I I

September with the publication in "Town Journal"of Mrs. Kate Starling and grandson Gainesville were recent guests of
an article on Starke's improvement program in i are in Jacksonville whereKenneth Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews.

which many groups and individuals cooperated to has entered Hope Haven Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Burnett hadas

bring about desired results. Now comes the an Hospital for treatment dinner guests Sunday Mr. and

nouncement that the fall issue of the "National 1 Walter E. Ratliff, son of band [r. Mrs. E. C. Johns and sons, Mr.
Future Farmer" will carry a story on Bradford Mrs. L. E. Ratliff, is takinghis and Mrs. Earl Mosley and familyof

County Representative Doyle E. Conner, Speaker- Navy training at Great Lakes, Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. James H.
elect of the 1947 House and a past national president i. I ll. His address is Co. 538 Batt. Suber and family, Mr. and Mrs :
122 A. C. Kidd and daughter, Mr. and
of FFA. Reg. 12 RTC, U.. S. Naval
As if this were not enough, word comes to us Training Center, Great Lakes TItWe Mrs. Morris Johns, Mac Burnettof
Jacksonville Rev. and Mrs. J.
,
that "American Home" is interested in a projectof extend our sympathy to
E. McCormick and J. D. McCormick
the Starke Woman's Club and has asked for Airs John McKinney who lost
Sanderson ,
of Mr. and
Mrs
her mother Mrs. Lee Youngbloodof +,J'
and article with the idea of
photographs an Charles McCormick and r ,
Wauchula. Mrs. McKinney's family,,, '
scheduling them for early publication.With brother Walton Mr. and Mrs. C. A. DuBose an I
of Tampa is in the Ir
these three publications, embracing perhaps hospital with a broken back. We family, J. D. McCormick Sr. del r .
a circulation of some five million, the name wish him a speedy Macclenny, Mr. and Mrs. Axt :L
of Starke will be a familiar one throughout the -recovery. Johns and family of Hilliard, Mr.
length and breadth of the nation. Many touristswill YOU'LL LOVE the new Esterbrook and Mrs. Tate Crosby and Mrs. 4 1
doubtless slow down and take a look around purse-size fountain 1M'1l5 In Nettie Kite of Starke, Mrs. Bessie
here this winter who would not ordinarily giveus pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford Steell of West Palm Beach,

a passing glance.Incidentally County Telegraph. and Betty Williams of Dinsmore.

the editors of "Town Journal" inform .

The Telegraph that its article on Starke For A F-A-S-T-E-R I ,
created so much interest from varied sources .

that the magazine has published reprints of the

original story in pamphlet form and they are be- AND CHEAPER \ .
ing distributed to 11,000 county weekly news '

papers, 2200 Chambers of Commerce, and 550
daily newspapers in towns of 10,000 to 25,000 ,

population. "So there ought to be a good deal Hot Water '

of additional publicity for Starke on the way,"
says Donald Stroetzel, associate editor. : : .

We citizens of Starke have every right to be ,
,
proud of "our town" and the great strides it has G-o G-a-s I

made in recent years. And now that the eyes -

of the Nation are literally-upon us, we cannot -
afford to let up. We must make. even..greater- ,

progress in the coming year than'e have in the .


past. for 10p'wafer COURTESY .


Time For Renewed Pledges eqferperfo e .


Of Support To Guard f/C ,. .
is one of the few really good things in life which

Although we disagreed with the decision that costs even less than electric service! So, with our ..

placed two National Guard Ordnance companiesin winter season coming on, remember everyone
this immediate area, we accept the decision .-,
with good grace and pledge our continued support gol 1f/ ,l ,.,
his J .
to both local units. ." ; \ ,

We had hoped that the Starke unit could remain -

a headquarters type organization. for which -- WINSwhen

it is exceptionally well trained and which would .
have made less rigorous manpower demands than
the proposed ordnance company. We had serious o .

doubts that t \companies s.of the same type, relying -
on the limited recruiting potential of Starke we greet our visitorsith a cheerful word;. .

.... and surrounding area, could maintain any- a smile that says, "let's be :
......
where near full strength (some 250 men and

officers.In disagreeing) with us, the "high-ups" in the The Perfection GAS/|

National Guard in effect, pay us a flattering I.
compliment. They think we can maintain a Hot Water Heater Offers You FRIENDS I

satisfactory level of strength. We hope they're ..
right And now that the decision has been made ,
it is up to all of us to redouble our efforts in More Hot Water FASTER
......
aiding both the .
Starke and the Blanding units in { .
their recruitment programs. We must continue More Hot Water CHEAPER 1- r- __ _iJ '-J

to have two of the best organizations in the

Florida National Guard in the future, just as Constant ServiceThat

we have done in the past. Lightning And Storms Won't Affect.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955


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Maxville Opening Civic Club Of DRESSING Q1B" 33CFor

The formal opening of the :Max h S
ville Community Civic Club waa:! Q Js
held in the club building last Friday 1'S The Laundry SAILDETERGENT

night from 5:30 until 10 p.m, f' wa
The club was decorated for the GtPkg
'
:
event with an assortment of cut e 49C

flowers. ,
Chicken suppers were served by /
several of the members throughoutthe ; ;rt A&P Fancy Hawaiian SLICED
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evening. Also desserts of 5' ....--.- .''
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cakes and pies and plenty of coffee ---....,- .. CemeSare PJNEAPPLE) 29-ozCon 31C
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and tea. ..1- '.. --' Come Seep
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The musical entertainment for .
1 r. f '.. a -: -_ A&P Fresh Fancy
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the evening was supplied by :Mr. L .._ ""' "";" ._.,. .. .,..
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and Mrs. Fred Richards of Callahan '" '*.
r.1j"I.-. -
"The Swampland Quartet" :;. -. -t. '. -. ;.' 1f/{ PRUNE PLUMS 29-oz Can 25c
from Middleburg and other group A&P Early JuneSMALL
singers from Middleburg and Max- WILLING WORKER officers are pictured above as they present funds, CIVIC CLUB officers take their turn behind counter at chickenfor IONA Yellow Cling HALVES or SLICED
the new club house project to Mrs. D. H. Inn (center), president' supper staged last Friday night to raise funds for new club house. Left

ville.Miss Shirley Higginbotham, of the Maxville Civic Club. Willing Worker officers are (left to right) to right: Mrs. F. JJ. Coleman chaplain; 3Irs. Randolph Crosby, vice PEACHES 29-oz Can 27c

vice president of the Willing CarolfUl'hllson. treasurer; Jewel Hlggenbotham, secretary; Joann president; Mrs. D. B. Griffis treasurer; and Mrs. C. B. Nolan, secretary -

Worker's Club and speaking on,rarrish. president; and Shirley Hiererenbotham, vice president. and sponsor of the Willing Workers. PEAS
their behalf, presented to the Sunshine Brand with Potatoes
president of the Civic Club, Mrs. last Saturday and Sunday inAwtey'as aunt, Mrs. Margaret Hudson of ters, Mrs Dorothy Solomons and Maxville.

Opal Hill, $10.20 to apply on the the guest of her broth- Jacksonville. While here :Mrs. Mrs. Jo Nell Cowan both of Bald- Maxville and Ellis all of Maxvilel. Mb Can ** 4C GREEN BEANS Can 15cPORK&BEANS
new 'Civic dub building when it er-in-law: and sister Mr. and Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Higginbothamvisited win, and Miss Charlene Padgettof Services were conducted by the

is started. The money was raised James Waters. Mrs. Higginbotham's sis- Maxville; five sons, Coolidge,., Rev. John Sellers and pallbearerswere Sultana with Tomato Sauce
ters, Mrs. Hessie Adams of Doctors'
by a recent cake sale., The Maxville PTA will hold William, J. D.. Irvin and Alvin R. L. Harris, Arthur Hatcher,
Guest speakers for the occasion heir annual Halloween Carnivalon Innlet and. Mrs. Hattie Mosleyof Padgett all of Maxville; two sis- Albert Smith, Edward Hatcher, "*> Can
IOc
included, Joe Hammond and Friday night Oct. 28, begin Middleburg.Mr. Maxville and Mrs. Lula Padgettof Henry Carter and Ellis Hatcher
Julian Warren, both County Com rJng at 5:30: p.m. The event will and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham Middleburg; and three brothers, Jr. Interment'was in Nolan Ridge
missioners from ,Duval County, include a fish pond, ghost house, and sons spent last weekendin Elwood, Melvin and Ellis all of Cemetery. A&P A&P
Fancy
fortune teller, store, and Jacksonville with Mrs. Higgin-
Jeff Davis, president of the Duval country - -
County Playground Association/, plenty of hot dogs, hamburgers, botham's brother and sisterinlaw NOTICE TO APPEAR plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney SPAGHETTI 3'5' 3-4
fa Circuit Court. Bradford Coati, J. Donald Gibson 100 Smith Bldff.. TOMATO oz can 3Sc
C. H. Matthews, vice president of coffee and cold drinks. We urge Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Sweat. Florida I. Chancery. Jacksonville Florida
the Duval County Playground Association everyone to come. Friends of Mrs. Dorothy Waters Thomas Irvin Butcher. Plaintiff vs. ana file the original In the officeof
Susie Butcher. Defendant. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on DIXIE
H. L. Lindsey, past Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and will regret to learn that she is ill Case No. 10-1230 r before the 31 day of October, 1965;
president of the Normandy Civic son, Jackie, were overnight guestsof at her home here. Kotlee To Appear. otherwise the allegations of said JUICE46oz
Club, Gene Matthews, editor of Mr. Water's mother Mrs. Mrs. Lois Waters and sons from dence To: Susie and address Butcher,is whose: Mountain resi- Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed CRYSTAL 5 1b45c 10 1b89c

The Bradford County Telegraph, Dorothy Waters, last Thursday Lawtey visited Mrs. Water's par- Park, North Carolina. This notice nfcfa TIO published
Fred Richards,'teacher at the Max night. Little Jackie stayed on with ents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- suit You for are bereby notified that a weeks once each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- Can 1' 5C
ville School, and Rev. Lester Tag- his grandmother until Saturday. botham last,, Sunday and attendedthe rap h.
Divorcehas Dated this 28 of 1955.
gart, pastor of the Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and Maxville Baptist Church on been filed against you in the (OFFICIAL,SEAL day) Charles Sept.A.Darby COOKED"Super
Baptist Church, who also rendered children were guests of Mr. Wat- Sunday night. above named Court and cause and Clerk of the Circuit Court
you are required to serve a copy of I By Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
a very special prayer for the er's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Waters Mrs. Joe Lucas and daughterand your answer or pleading to the com- 9/30 4t 10/21
occasion. Leslie Chilson was on Sunday Oct. 9. Mrs. Avory Slade and sons .
master of ceremonies for the -Right" Small Half Whole
Friends of Mrs. Rena Griffis will were business visitors to Green \ or

event be glad to hear that she is much Cove Springs last Monday. pp' Libby's
There were several out of town
improved after having been rushedto Funeral Services Held
guests including Mrs. Gene Mat-
the hospital in Jacksonville last For Buddy Padgett BEEF PICNICS
thews of Starke and Ray Cargo
Friday morning. Funeral services held Sun \
were flamej
Jacksonville
of a member of the
Playground Committee.Our I Mr. and Mrs.' Ben Higginbothamand day afternoon, Oct. 16, at 3 p.m.
daughters were Sunday after- STEW
sincere thanks to everyone at the Nolan Ridge Cemetery for
noonguests of Mr. and MrsJ Lb
who helped to make this' event avery Franklin Higginbotham and family Walter (Buddy) Padgett who died 33C

successful one. and Mr and Mrs. George Thursday evening, Oct. 13, in the
Can
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Club Charter Signed Johnson and family in Jacksonville.Mr. Duval County Hospital in'Jacksonville .. ry SINCLAIR 1 %
The officers of the Maxville 33C
after brief illness. Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Colemanand a
Community Civic Club went to !1
Miss Debbie attended Padgett, son .of Mrs. Della Pad-
Jacksonville Wednesday, Oct. 12,' The Black Creek Phillips associational- gett and the late E. J. Padgett, :L rnerFlaJ11CjJJJb1.1fJ. ; _ _ "Super-Right Hard Corn-Fed

to sign the charter for the Civic meeting Wednesday and Thursday was a life-long resident of Clay oUr SLAB BACON Ib 33c
Club and have, it recorded. A KEROSENE
of last week. County and for the past year had
photographer, from the Jacksonville resided at Maxville. He
Misses Jewel Higginbotham, Jo was a
Journal took 'pictures of the Ann Parrish, Minnie and Evelyn member of the Nolan Ridge Congregational Crispo Grade "A" Quick Frozen Dressed and Drawn
group along with Edgar M.Felson W"Iif'T.
Holiness Church. He
Coleman Marie Bell and James
attorney, and County Clerk Leon- I YOUNG HENS lb 45c
Coleman and Billy Taggart motored was employed by St. Mary's Kraft C. HAZEN JR.I' FIG
ard W. Thomas. One of the pictures ,
to Jacksonville last Sunday on Corp.
was in the Journal on Oct. a sightseeing trip. Surviving are his wife, the former i Supplier of Sinclair Products- Southern Star Boneless #

13.Those Mrs. Buford Higginbotham had Miss Bertha Bell; his mother, 1 Phone 124 BARS
the to Jacksonville Starke, Fla.
making trip as her guest last Wednesday her Mrs.. Della Padgett; three daugh CANNED HAMS 5-]b can $3.99
were Mrs. D. H. Hill :Mrs.

Randolph Crosby, Mrs. D. V..Grif- i
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fis, Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Mrs.C. 2 Lb 39C "Super-Right" FRESHLY

B. Nolan.
GROUND. BEEF
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and 3 Ibs $1.00

daughter from Jacksonville were

guests of Mrs. Frigo's parents, Super-Right Top Prem. Quality SLICED
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Griffis on Sunday w
Oct. 9. Q' a rv> BREAKFAST BACON ', Ib 49c

:Mr. and Mrs. Waver Griffis and .> N. B. C.

family were dinner guests of Rev. -

C. Crews and family, pastor of FIGNEWTONS "Super-Right" All Meat 4..._
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,I the Church of Christ in Glenn St. R tqI SKINLESS FRANKS Ib 39c
:Mary, on Sunday Oct.9.
j Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hill were in : ;
. Jessup, Ga. last weekend with Mr. i "Super-Right" Pure Pork Fresh Country Style
Ben J. Hill,
Hill's grandfather,
who was celebrating his 78th 3-4 C. SAUSAGE ]Ib 39c
birthday anniversary. 14 oz 29C.H.

},fr. and Mrs. Claude Green,

Mrs. Mary V. Mosley and :Mr. and BIG SWEET RED..

Mrs. Joe Lucas and family joined .
Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and r

family at Crystal Lake for a fish. TOKAYGRAPES

fry Mrs.last Kathleen Sunday. Wilson and Mrs.I There's SAFETY ISLAND for Hearty and Vigorous

Lorraine Mosley were visitors in a you

Maxville last Sunday and also at- OUR OWN S ST
tended funeral services for Mr.
Buddy Padgett.
Misses Jewell- Higginbotham and E' A
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Jo Ann Parrish were visitors in
Starke last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan and 1-41b Box 1.21b Box29C

f con Robert of Seville were Sunday dir..
visitors of Mrs. Hattie Nolan
and family and attended funeral SSCJONATHAN
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Miss Merle Higginbotham spent .
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Woman's Club Uses I I I Glenn Conner, Mac McGriff, Chris I

Ever ThemeIn Carratt Judge and Lois Ferryman Baptist Circles :WCTU Meeting
Popular I
t Ij I I Comer Ferryman, Frances ,Met Tuesday !I
New officers will be elected at a
Unique ProgramThe and Lamar
I j I Crosby, Ann and Ed-
Cam' I meeting of the WCTU in the Tabernacle -
,. win Prevatt, Ann Johns, Zack Dora Alderman Circle of the:;
Starke Woman's Club met annex Friday Oct. 28, at
I .1 Crawford and Frow and Beth First Baptist WMU met Tuesday
Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 12, Strickland I afternoon with the leader, Mrs.!13! p.m. A report of the State Convention -

with the American Home theme Like all,bad pennies, I turn up Jerry Colley postcards from the Birthdays will be celebrated this James A. Lewis, who led the devotional in Tampa. Oct. 1114ill
Gladys Moot\ y being used as central motif for the again after a week's layoff to island of Malta in the Mediterranean Sunday by one-year-olds David I and gave a talk on agricultural I Ibe given.
Phone 35 program. catch up with the news or let that "if the people back missionaries.
the business ... Wainwright and Linda Gray .I -: : .=::.:_::- :",' : -
During session, Mrs.C.4 I the,, news catch up with me home could see how the people Mrs. A. Wood will also be 78 years"young" J Lorena Epperson Circle met at ": "

sssssflrr Scholl, president, appointedMrs. I Sorry I offended anyone by my over here live, they would take on that date Johnny 1 the home of the leader, :Mrs. R. B.

Elementary PTA School Faculty Junius Smith as chairman ofa recent reference to the haircut better care of what they have" Torode observed his 4th birthday Alvarez. Mrs. B. 0. Perkins gave (,
committee to secure a new location ... I a ... the I'I I PISTARKE
price war Perhaps was He'll be there with the Air on Oct. 14, Wayne Kinney celebrated devotional and Mrs S. E. \
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Names CommitteeOn And OfficialsTo for the library. Mrs. Jesse bit too facitioua about a matter Navy until February ... His address his 11th on Oct. 17, and Sparks presented the program on i FLA. \

Curtain CostThe Be FetedThe Newsome and Mrs. L. W. Mathewswere that can be very serious to those is: Jerome Frank Colley, Thelma Johns had a birthday on Baptist and rural relations. Mrs. '
vote.into the club and >Irs. directly concerned, but I hadn't AA, VP 21 Fleet Post Office, Oct. 15 Theressa Thomas Garl Mathews assisted and Mrs. I

date for the annual Hal Starke Woman's Club will Ruby Johns was reinstated.The thought of that angle .. should N. Y.. N. Y. .. Spotted Merry marked her 11th milestone on Oct. H. L. Hough gave the closing I Sunday Monday. Tuesday

loween carnival staged by the be the setting for an informal cof program was in charge of have, I agree ... Winkler home for a visit from 8 with a.weiner roast for 15 young prayer. I I October 23 24 25
Parent-Teacher Association was Mrs. Garl Mathews, chairman of ..puess it's old news by now, but the Georgia Baptist Hospital in friends Helen Masters Circle met with j- DOUBLE FEATURE -
and school
fee honoring teachers American Home department, and don't remember mentioning that the leader, Mrs. J. A. Griffin
announced at the BHS Elementary Atlanta, where she recently resigned Among the recent movers at Desert Sands
-r PTA meeting held Tuesday evening officials. Bradford County on Was presented in a unique way, Jean :Mixon is working as clerk as dietician ... she'll be- find Mrs. Elva Stewart and we Camp Blanding. After the devotional I IX TECIIXICOLOR <-

'. Oct. 11, at 7:30 o'clock in Thursday evening, Oct. 27, from using the American Home Magazine in" the disbursing office at GCS come a member of the Jackson daughter, who are now at home in by Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs. L. With Ralph Meeker and Maria

the Cafetorium. The date for the 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. as a pattern. Mrs. Mathews Naval Station .. Will be missing Memorial Hospital staff in Jack- Pinehaven subdivision The W. D. Haines read a poem on "Con- | English

carnival will be Monday, Oct. 31, Mrs. J. A. Griffin, chairman of took the part of "editor" of the Yvonne Harrell from the courthoUse son, Miss. on Nov. 1 E. Flakes and family now at 210 versation." f AND

on the school grounds. the affair, will be assisted by magazine and acted as commentator. corridors, since she's gone Nina (Bishop) Andrews tells E. Adkins St. the J. E. Ida Darby Circle met at the -
: The stage was furnished ,as to :Miami her hubby' ,... home of the leader, Mrs The Long Gray Line
Mrs J. R. Wainwright, president Woman's to join me she's seeking new recruits for Starlings in >Pinehaven Grace L. N.
; 'Starke
presided over the business members of the a living room. Mrs. Junius Smith, Her place in the clerk's office her "reducing and conditioning" Ritch and family to 515 South St. Pickering, with Mrs. Chas. A. TECHNICOLOR

meeting when the following committee Club and Junior'Woman's Club. acting as home furnishing editor, will be filled by Shirley Gasklns, sessions in the BHS gym every and Hollis and Claire Knightto [Darby in charge of devotionals. With Tyrone Power and Maureen

was appointed to .investigate AU members of the school board, pointed out the modem trend.toward a Lawteyite ... Thursday night .. So if you've 612 Lake St. Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pickering announced that O'Hara

prices of a curtain for the teaching staff and members of ideas more functional to furniture modern Bertha Pearce just back froman got an extra pound or two you'd H. C. Bollinger and family are now the circle would take the responsibility -'Plus Color Comedy for Children

Cafetorium stage: Mrs. 'Kate the two clubs are cordially invitedto homes especially and Florida adapted living. extended visit with her childrenin ,I like to shelve, just see Nina in their new home at 426 N. Wal- of R.A. Focus Week. I

Sheppard, chairman, Mrs. R. F. attend. California and Minnesota, reports Incidentally, hear the girls were nut the Adolph Hochbergershave I
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, as special
Demorest, I. G. Harris, Mrs. W. feature editor, took the members that she really jumped fromthe thrown into somewhat of a tizzy moved to St. Pete and the Wesleyan Guild !Wed., Thurs. OCT. 26 27
frying into the freezer (last Albert Nichols family have I- DOUBLE FEATURE -
B. Sewell and W. H. Graham. interview pan Thursday night when a TelegraPh rented
Phi
Beta along on an imaginary
Mrs.Searing's room won the prize" Sigma with Mrs. Lex Green, where she 'Twas 110 in Los Angeles when!: photographer crashed the their house at 511 N. St. Clair The Wesleyan Service Guild will I THE BIG COMBOWith
To Meet she left and 30 in Silver Bay, class and Just meet Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 7:30 I
for having the most parents present Monday gathered material and picturesfor started firing flash ,a helpful hint In closing p.m. Cornel
Rev. Chester Roberson of an article on hobbies. Mrs. Minn. when she arrived bulbs right and left One or Are you getting stoopitis or in the educational building of the I Wilde
the Hiway Chapel gave the devotional All members and pledges of the Green displayed numerous pieces Sharon Yvonne Howell who en two fled out the back door, but aching muscles in the midriff from Methodist Church. AND -

Beta Sigma Phi sorority will bf art. Mrs. Carl Roberts show- tered Doctors Hospital Oct. 11 finally came back and posed nicely picking up pecans? If so, just I SABRINA

During the program a panel meet Monday night, Oct. ..24 at ed a well appointed luncheon table, with blood poisoning, ,is able to' for the camerman try nailing a coffee can horizontally Xo WA."TED-PECA. .,With Humphrey Bogart and Audrey
discussion on services they render '7:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs.I set with china, silver and stem- return home and i3 recovering Hear that Charlie Devlin is .I to the end of a broom stick, quantity too large or too Hepburn and Wm. Holden-

to the pupils was given by Mrs. :E. A. Yancey on West ware appropriate for a committee nicely ... Rhymer Howell, her back home from a three week'shunting and your troubles will be over small Cash market prices. See ,Plus Comedy for Children

R. F, Young, Dr. Florence Jennings I:for the Ritual of Jewels.Madison'l!metting luncheon. She describedin ; father, is now a patient, in the I trip in the Northwest, Makes an ideal picker-upper when I 1 us 117 before U. selling. Dillard Keene, ,

Mrs. R. F. Demorest and j l ing the ceremony, there will a detail a beautiful flower arrangement same hospital, recovering from a bringing home the bacon in the you feel like the next stoop will Brownlee', Starke. Fri., Sat. Oct.
4 dinner party at 301 Restaurant. hernia operation performed Tues form of be your last 28 29
C. L.'Overturf. I that adorned the luncheon an eight-point buck |- DOUBLE FEATURE _
table. day ,. Add your don't forget list: the -Carolyn. NOTICEOn
I I7i t Mrs. A. R. Norman, acting as 'Tis a fond farewell to Lt. Wm. Harvest Hop sponsored by the DAKOTA LIL

'food editor, presented a special (Billy) Booth, who left Wednesday.Junior Woman's Club in the USO Garden Club October 21 With George Montgomery

e, BYS'llMMONS'S S. menu suitable to use when the :for Lackland AFB 'n San Antonio this Saturday night I ITo Meet ROMEY ANDREWS : -AND-
> committee meets and stated that .. Texas to join a preflightgroup dancing will be featured, so wear MondayThe
most of the recipes can be foundin After a month or six your denims Will Work at the i Jungle Moon Men
Starke Garden Club will
(pt. G..rM o.e Aen, the Woman's 'Club "Sadie Hawkins" weeks there, he'll get a new as Spotted at the U. of F.-LSU With Johnny WeissmuDer
His blonde bride ]hold its October meeting :Monday Bradford Barber Shop
cook book.;> signment game in Gainesville last
Plus Serial 9, and
Saturday Chap.
]night at 7:30: o'clock at the Parish Comedyfor
Former
Customers
The club house was attractively Ann (Cressler) will stay in were Monk and Thelma Dinkins and other Children.
]House on Church street.Mrs. .
decorated for the meeting with Gainesville and attend the University Marie and Calvin Patrons will be appreciated
Houpt, Virginia .
S. E. Sparks will be in
lovely arrangements of seasonal Have you seen the Smith, Ginny and
Benny charge of the program and will
flowers. The hostesses served a boYs at the Gulf Station in their Finzer, Seeber and Eloise Goodman
J give a demonstration of dried ar-
dessert course during the social nifty new uniforms? all dyked I Jimmy and Franklin Ritch, I rangements. .
S tf 5 I hour. out in Florida colors blue Brad and Sharon Locke

1c l l with orange. trim and most becoming and Durell Key Charley ,and Norma Ted ]Mrs.Hostesses S. E. Sparks for the, chairman evening will, Mrs.be PEG AN SBWANT
Johns,
ParkerBradshawMr. Ruth and
Steve .
Simmons, ]E. D. Tenly, Mrs. R. F. Young,
Bet there were lots of mangled Jerome Johns, John and
Sonja:Mrs. Frazier Shaw and Mrs. A. R.
muscles after that skating partyat Anderson, Al and Vivian : I
and Mrs. Carl Bradshaw of Harley, Norman.
the Playhouse in Gainesville .. .
Decatur. Ala. announce the mar- f
of last week .
riage of their daughter, Carolyn, Thursday night
Which/ Trades At Koch's the liniment early hID
Triplet ? Reaching for
to Edward L. Parker, son of W. S.
Parker and the late Mrs. Parker of Friday morning were Ginny and Own Your

The one in the mid, kid. You too can wear Starke. Rev. W. S. McAliley per- Benny Finzer, Art Theta and and Eloise David Own H.O ME
formed the ceremony before mem- Montgomery I
that ear-splitting self- bers of the family and a few close Loudon, Betts Andrews, and Pat II
smug, smirking, friends on Friday evening, Oct. Jackson Guy and Bill stayed I MARKET DAILY .'

satified smile if you take advantage of. I Iat groom's 8 o'clock brother-in-law at the home and of 14'1, home me to baby they sit were, but glad somethingtells of an BEVIS CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc.I I 8 A.M. -- 6 P.M. \

Mr. and Mrs: T. I. Mersereau on excuse to duck out Alice St.

the many, many low-priced gems we St. Clair Street.A John, ex-Callstreeter now of 84 Will Build You A HOME On Your Lot .

small reception was held at Old Kings Highway, Darien, Conn., PRICES"No
regularly offer. Our selection is perfectionand the Mersereau home following the complains that her paper doesn't TOP MARKET

ceremony. Among the guests reach her till Monday, or some- 1 BED ROOM $ 995.00
priced 'way below the usual inflation- were the bride's mother, :Mrs. times Tuesday, and. she just can't

Bradshaw, of Decatur, Ala. and wait that long for news from
bloated prices you are accustomed to. her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs,, home t Guess we'll have to dis- 2 BED ROOM $1,595.00 I Quantity Too Large or Small

J. H. Harbin Jr 'Of Orlando. patch her copy by a jetpropelledcarrier

Mr. and Mrs. Parker are mak pigeon!" 3 BED ROOM I' SCALES APPROVEDBy
S.4L1II SiflVICE ing their home in Cocoa where Hear the Sub-deb Club helda $2,095.00

both are employed by the Bell gay party and dance in Fran State Dept. of AgricultureCONSOLIDATED
: KOCH'S DRUG STORE Telephone Co. ces Landrum's garageplayroomlast .

Friday night .. Members of
L ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLEDTIIIS WSCS Studies the group are' Mary Agnes Mat- Houses are Completed on Outside with Flooring and All '

CQMPlETf UNI OF DRUC5; 5UNDWE5 CQSMETICXfHONiM American IndianMrs. thews, president; Frances Lan- Partition Studding on Inside Only

WEOEUVW 5TAWE.HA. drum, party chairman; Penny
Hollingsworth, Betty Ann Sim- Tampa -- Quincy -- Perry
Clyde Sinclair reviewed thebook mons, Shi Ann Smith, Mary Katherine '
"Within Two Worlds" at a Cecilia Mc- NEW OFFICE AT
Wainwright, PALATKA'I PECAN SALES CO.
covered-dish luncheon meeting of
Comb, and Patricia Humphries I:
WEEK the Methodist WSCS held Monday
1 SPECIAL they and their dates report a East on Road 100 I
I in the education
morning building II
marvelous time Thrilled to
beginning at 10 o'clock. Of ALBANY GA.
I
I hear that JoAnn (Smith) Rowe If cannot Model I ,
1 :Mrs. Sinclair was assisted by you come see Call us at East 55317 I
195 fJ Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mrs. H. C. has won a place in the all-new Collect or write and our representative will call on you. OVID G. LEWIS Representative
University of Georgia band, the
l Ritch and Mrs. Titus Olson. Highlighting -
r Georgia Redcoats She's a I
thestudy of the book,
in the 107-piece
majorette organization .
which was about the American Indians -
: considered one of the 1
skit "A Visit to bars '
,were a ,
: in South We'll be
finest the i
Mrs. Hen
Bowlegs, preesnted by
, to introduce the sensational new ry Godwin, Mrs. Jack McComb andMrs. looking for our JoAnn to "strut ANNUAL I
her stuff" at the Georgia game in
pry T. H. Slade, and an Indian _
1 AebO R..1It I, Ii 'Dakota song by Mrs. W. R. Miller. Jacksonville .
\\ilUr, g" IF'
.a
.Ial Mrs. E. K. accompanied
Perryman
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= SUPER Roto- fatic .' of Mrs.Mrs.the Miller,devotional.J. W.at Andrews the piano.had charge l BBradford County FairOPENS


Following the luncheon, Mrs.
ZIP.CLIP SWIVEL.TOP Sinclair, assisted by Mrs. Godwin,
Opens instantly-clean ill '
over'from 1 potition UJE presented a color film, "Strangers
ti 11t #; e ;i._ in Their Ow$ Land rNv

__ 'lr-. Of.1I kA charge \ Mrs. Godwin, president of the
-0 ALASKAN
DUST lACO society, conducted' the business EJR
EMPTY '- ..t ti 00 Roll-easy meeting which was lield in the aft .
II ,w SID- | ismLARGEST Monday October 24,1955
ROT 0.DOLLY ernoon. !
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r DUST BAG TO EMPTY jewelry. See us first for the r
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t IoNtL.IafIt' .. 13Jtllf4) Clip-on tools ., car and for damage to property finest for the least. Interesting Demonstrations Cash Prizes
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 21. 1955 BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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IIII I I II I I I I Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. I Mrs. Alfred Grunwell of Black Clerk of the Circuit Court!!ron are required to serve a copy of .....
., By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk your answer or pleading to the I
Mattie
the week-
Gahagan Mountain N. C. the
spent was overnight Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty LifeDidg. complaint on the Plaintiff That's Our BusinessIf
end in Kissimmee as guests of guest. Monday of Mrs. A. Z. Ad I .. Jacksonville Florida Attorney Alan C. Winter Jr., 508 01 s s
Mrs. Elizabeth Dillard. kins while enroute to her winter Attys. for PIt. 10/14 4t 11/4 Florida, Florida Title, EMilding, Jacksonville It's Glass We Hare It!

Mrs. M. C. Stith of Falls home in Ft. Myers. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO I and file the original In the office of CALL WRITE or VISIT
Church, Va., Miss Mary Brownleeof Mrs. B. R. Quinn and REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME the Clerk of the Circuit Court onT ,
daughter Notice is hereby given that the before then '
Baltimore, Md.. and Mrs. T. N. Wanda, of Inverness-were week- undersigned under the provisions of day November, 1955; Joe Peters Glass Co.
Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida. Acts
IN THE NEWS l Limb ugh of Lakeland are at the end guests of her parents, Mr. of 1941, will register with the Clerkof Complaint otherwise the will allegations he taken as confess-of salt I it
home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee dur- and Mrs. M. W. Lance. Bradford the Circuit County.Court State in of and Florida for, ;d by: you. l I FOR ANY GLASS NEED
ing the serious illness of their Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale spent upon receipt of 'proof of publica- This notice shall be publishes We Design Modern Store Fronts
tion of this notice the fictitious once each week for four consecutive ,.
aunt and sister, Mrs. J. E. Futch. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. name of Moench Electrical Service weeks in the Bradford County Tele Just Mail Us A Pattern
Dr. M. B. Herlong. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of Mrs. Hazel Murphy of Nor- Ralph Dixon at Winter Garden. :& Contracting under which I am engaged graph. fOl'I I
Mrs. Frank Herlong and Mrs. Miami are guests this week of is l in business at 125 W. Dated this 14 day of October, 1955. Table Tops ,
wichtown Conn. visiting her While there they visited Mr. and i Washington Ave., Starke Fla. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darcj 1313
Carrie Adams have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. mother, Mrs. S. J. Grady. Other Mrs. T. K. McClane. Earle Raymond Moench, 125 W. Clerk of the Circuit Court N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 :
Mrs. 'S. J. Edwards and daughter Mrs. G. E. McGauley and Mr. recent guests of Rev. and Mrs. Hallmark Christmas Cards "owner."ashlngtonve.., Starke. Fla., sole By Marian L Crosby. Deputy 4/21 4t Clerk 11/11 ,r, 1 I

)Irs. P. B. Woods of Jacksonvilleon and Mrs. Frank Stokes of Palat- Grady were Mr.and Mrs. George Your name imprinted at Bull Dated this 21st day of October II II I I II

Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs.C. ka were last Thursday guests of Lee and son, Ricky, of Leesburg, ington's. A.D., 1955.- at Starke. Fla.10/21 4t, 11/11 If i
VV. Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy. The and Miss Joyce Read of Jackson Mrs. W: B. Mundy, Mrs. E. F.

Pace of Jacksonville on Sunday Hardys also had as Sunday guests, Miles and Mrs. Carl Sapp attended I.I- Clrralt NOTICE Court TO Braalor APPEAR CoarCT. f
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and ville.Mrs.. Guy H. Reece has returned the Formfit Corselette Florida I.'C..e....... ,
Capt. 0. I* Haynes returned to children and Mrs. Charles Hardy to her home here after a six demonstration at the Roosevelt George Myrtle_Lee David Deatley Deatley., Defendant.Plaintiff.,'vs. I
his base at Witchita Falls, Texas Sr. or'Gainesville.. weeks' visit with relatives in Hotel in Jacksonville on Monday.Mrs. Case No.Ufci:55 I

on Monday after spending a few Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth of California and with her grandson, James L. Hair and daughter Node.To: Myrtle To Appears Lee Deatley whose
days with his family here. Jacksonville were Wednesday eve- Sgt. Ben Burnett in Honolulu, Ann, and Mrs. Mlntzy Mc- residence la Attoway. Ohio" .and
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Goldbold and ning guests of Mrs; W, H. Struth Hawaii Mrs. Reece was accom- Kolskey of Lake City were Sun- Route whose One mailing, Ottoway address, Ohio.is; Rural-
daughter of Lake City were week- and daughter, Kate. panied on the trip by her daughter -day guests of Mrs Annie Hollings-: You are hereby notified! that' a
suit for
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr.. and Mrs. .J. A. McIntyre Mrs. J. K. Burnett, and!worth and daughter Penny. Divorce -
Patray.Mr. and family of Auburndale will be granddaughter, Kathy Burnett, of WANTED PECANSNo has been filed againit you in the
above named Court and cause and
and Mrs. Lloyd Green and weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charleston, S. C. quantity too large or too
son. Archie, were in Gainesville .W. E. Thornton. Airman l:c and Mrs. Edwin L. smalL Cash market prices. See SELL YOUR PECANSTHROUGH
Monday afternoon.. i. Diamonds, Watches and Fall Hornsby of Anchorage, Alaskaare us before selling. Dillard Keene, -== I

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy Costume Jewelry at BuUington's. spending two weeks with his 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Waters of Mr. Mrs.R. E. Horns-
parents and called THE
and family and Mrs. G. W. Hin- Miss Mamie Henry was
River and Mrs. Leland I and his sister Mrs. Bran-
,
son were in Jacksonville Sunday Crystal by, Roy home from Jacksonville, where
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hin i Waters, Sr. of Alachua were Sun-, nen.Mrs. she has been working by the
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. W. A. Starling of Jack- 'serious illness of her father A. H.

son.Mrs.. E. A. Winkler attended Waters. sonville, who has been seriouslyill I Henry. Also here are Mrs. J. L. Gold Kist Pecan Growers
funeral services Tuesday morningof Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Willis of is staying with her daughter, Boone sister of Mr. Henry, and

Frederick Hoppensteidt, Sr. in Lakeland, former Starke residents, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. her daughter, Ina, of Tallahassee.Mr. .
St. Petersburg."I'm are staying with Mrs.,A. F. Sauls Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Tillmanand and Mrs. J. O. Dever of

Lake while Mr. Willis is working near family were at New Smyrna Brunswick, Ga. were weekend We. Advance You The Market Price -- WhateverIt
City. Beach over the weekend visitingMrs. guests of Mr. and'Mrs. C. H. Nas-
I Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of Tillman's parents, Mr. and worthy.
Tampa spent the weekend with Mrs. M. W. Brantley. Pfc Byron Newcomb. returnedto May Be
Mrs. Stewart's mother Mrs. M. H. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty and I Fort Jackson S. C. last Thurs-
Colley. Mrs. Colley- returned Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hadsock and day after 14 days' leave with his
home last week from two and their twins, of Lakeland., Ga. were I parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SOtf WE ALSO PAY PATRONAGE REFUNDS.You .
half months visit with her daughter guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.I comb. about
this
in Washington, D. C, and with,,Randall Chitty. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Championhad question Cannot Beat This Deal Anywhere, Because

the Stewarts in Tampa. Mrs.I. Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. spent as guests last week, Mr. and
Colley expects to return to Tampa Saturday afternoon in Jackson- Mrs. W. W. Wheeler of Kansas Soon our weekend and vacation You Stand A Chance To Get More For Your

this weekend for an extended visit ville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace City, Kas. Mrs. Champion and trips will begin again.
with the Stewarts. Faulk and family. guests spent part of last week in Pecans, Even After Receiving The Market Price.
Give a Portrait the gift that Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen were Miami and Key West. The increase in auto accidents

keeps on giving at BuUington's.CHIROPRACTIC visiting1 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hazenin Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of
I Ocala Wednesday of last week Fort Lauderdale are spending this worries me. Does your agency

,- and brought back with them Mr. week with Mrs. Bertha Pearce in sell these 25c-per-day "acci WE BUY ALL KINDS --- ANY QUANTITYWe
.t Hazen's mother, Mrs. Minnie Ha- Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sax-

zen, to her home in Brooker.Mr. on in Hampton.Mr. dent tickets" which pay up to
Case No. 18785-Woman 41
"I'm supposed to talk about the age and Mrs. R. D. Forth and and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of Have Receiving Age1ts.In
had pain In chest, neck and $5,000 for accidential deathor
wonders ,of this horse, but 'I'd I shoulder. She complained of daughter, Sandra, of Charleston, Atlantic Beach visited Mr. and

I much rather ten you about the headaches, nausea nervousness W. Va. are making an indefinite Mrs. Garl Mathews over. the week- dismemberment and 52 Waldo and Starke ..
; RCA VICTOR: television sets at and trouble sleeping. After having visit with 'Mr. and Mrs. C. W. end.la .
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weeks of ?
CHAS.:: C. SHEPHERD. disability
tried other forms of treat Bias.Mr. I
ment with no improvement she and Mrs.-,.},!. L. Lawson and Circuit Court Bradford Toaatr

In desperation turned to Chiropractic. family were in Adele, Ga. on Sunday Rena Florida Jean I IB Chaaeerv.Harvey, Plaintiff VS. E. Johns WALDO STARKE
Nerve pressure was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Richard P. Harvey, Defendant. Charley
Gordan. Case No. 10-1245 Mi. South U. S. 301 321 Temple Ave.
found to be causing the above Order of Publication and Notice to 3 on
N 4Y symptoms and was removed by I Mrs. R. B. Alvarez spent the Appear State of FloridaTo
ahru.u spinal adjustments.. The pa- weekend in South Florida visiting idence: Richard and address P. Harvey Is: c/o whose Bates res- & Son Agency D. M. Schenck Mrs. Maude Mott

tient again' enjoys the best of friends. Manufacturing Company, Saco,
health. Mrs. P. S. Denmark spent last Maine. Phone 13 Starke, Fla
You are required to on
appear
Bring your health problemsto week in Crescent City with her November 14, 1955. in the above I
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and named Court and cause, wherein AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
theBOLLINGER Mrs. J. E. Thomas. Mrs. Den- plaintiff seeks divorce and return of
I mark celebrated her birthday on!personal property. ,
Bradford County Telegraph shall I
Saturday while there. I publish this Order in next four
CHIROPRACTIC
I Mrs. Lula Mott returned home weekly issues.
Withness my hand and official
CLINIC Tuesday after three weeks visit seal at Starke Florida, this Octo- I -......
with her brother and sisterinlaw ber 8, 1955.OFFICIALSEAL. 1 :)4 :-.
3. Blocks North of Pos fflce ( ) Charles A.Darby
Mr. ,and Mrs.. A. K. Thomasin -: !.t .
CHAStSHjas Office hours daily except Thurs. Miami. \ :
Evenings & Thurs. by Appt. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish

9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 I spent the first of the week visit- Now Open
ing Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Heath in
Starke, Fla. Fort Lauderdale and 1st Class
I I Airman and Mrs. Dolph' Reddishin SMITTY'SBARBER .
W. Palm Beach. '

Mr, and Mrs. M. F. Hazen left
SHOPCourt .
Wednesday for a few days vaca- -
tion in Southeast Florida.Mr. .
and Mrs. Dewey Warren Street Opposite ; '

and family of Scottsboro Ga. Court House '
: : IVllrhl4et1 :
former Starke residents, are 1" :
this YOUR PATRONAGE ,
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. WILL BE GREATLY .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21 1935 J
PAGE SIX .

II '1" ,.I P. T. A. Carnival Plans I ENGAGEMENT TOLD ities and the surge of battle is fer to trade in one Caterpillar D. -. ,
6, which will be down payment.
Are Under Way woven an exciting story of the The balance at no interest in

Friday evening, Oct. 14, Bud sacrifices of a gallant officer for thirty equal payments beginning
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy not earlier than January 10. 1956.
Anthony, General Chairman for the protection of his command. I BID NO. 2: ,

the 1955 PTA Carnival, met with In Bid No. 2, the County will of-
Mary"Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 his committee at Clay Electricto WANTED PECANSNo fer to trade in one Caterpillar D.
quantity too large or toosmalL 6 and one Adams number 414 patrol -
make plans for the most suc- grader, which will be the down
r Cash See
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carnival to date. l. payment The balance at no Interest ,
cessful _
Woman's Club Holds I us before selling. Dillard Keene, in thirty equal payments
I' + Present were: Mrs. N. W. Hard- 117 W. Brownlee, Ph. 187. beginning not earlier than Jan-
Open House Oct. 12 ;' enbergh, Mrs. Lindsay Walker II uary 10, 1956. I
The Keystone Heights Woman's 1. It will be necessary to furnish
Club held house in the club- Mrs. Kyle McMurtry, Mrs. A. E, II. Circuit Court. Bradford County.Florida : two bids. The board of County I
open 1 r (Bud) Anthony, Mrs. Carl Carnes, J in Ckaneery. Commissioners reserves the right to |
house on Wednesday evening. OcL -- Mrs, Beverley Crooks Hart Plaintiff, vs. .reject any and all bids. i
Mrs. George Schaeffer and Hart, Defendant. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ]
12, with a large number of peo- Hr Malcolm Bradley
Elmer Livingston.The a Case No. 10-1252 OF BRADFORD
ple in attendance Order Of Publication And Notice To COUNTY, FLORIDA
Mrs. Don Christoffers, social Carnival will open at 6 :L. I' Appears State of Florida Tot (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, j: ) 1 tf
p.' m. on Friday evening, Oct. 28, Malcolm Bradley Hart, whose resl- Clerk of Said County i I 4
activities chairman for the year, Q idence and address is: c/o Mrs 10/14 2t 10/21
with parade of all the childrenin -
and her co-chairman, Mrs. Clinton a J' 1 Viola B. Hart, King George Va.
costume. The children will as- You are required to appear on pUratlon for Final DUckartce. I
Denny, were hostesses. Sr.n... semble at the Fire House, and r November 14, 1955, in the above TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: '
at the 4y name Court and cause, wherein Notice Is hereby given that we
The guests were greeted march to the City Park where plaintiff seeks divorce, custody and have filed our financial reports as I
door by Mrs. Charles Smith, club the Carnival will be held. There 'control of minor child and cost of I Executors of the estate of Noble

president, who introduced them to will be for the funniest, the suit.Bradford Ray White, deceased and have filed I .
prizes. County Telegraph shall our Petition for Final Discharge, I
the vice president, Mrs. Gay Liv prettiest, the ugliest and the most publish this Order in next four and that on the 31st day of October, ':
weekly IssuU.Witness 1955, at 10 A.M. o'clock or as soon
in turn,
ingston. Mrs. Livingston original costumes. Hubert Rid- thereafter as the same can be heard, .
introduced them to the next mem- my hand and official seal we will apply to the Hon. Theron
aught will be in charge of the :Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Rid- at Starke, Florida, this October 11, A. Yawn, Jr.. County Judge of I
bers of the receiving line, who parade. aught of Keystone Heights an- 1955. Bradford County, Florida for approval -,
clubmembers.Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs of said final report and for
were the new Everyone is urged to eat sup- nounce the engagement of their Clerk of said Court. discharge as such Executors. I!

Christoffers welcomed the F per at the Carnival. This will daughter, Jo Ann, to Richard L. By Martin Marian J. Pearl L. Crosby.204 Smith Deputy Building Clerk This George 28th day C. White of September, 1955. I I REMOVES SAND

gathering and introduced John ease the strain on busy mothers Barton, son of :Mrs. Earl Hayner Jacksonville. Florida. Olin W. White Sr. -
Dodd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Clinton Denny (left) and that evening. There will be all of Lake Geneva. Mr. Barton is Attys. for Plf. 10/14 4t 11/4 9/30 4t 10/21 AS YOU WASH

Dodd, who played two selectionson Mrs: Donald M. Christoffers werecohostesses kinds of food for everyone. The currently stationed at Eglin Air NOTICE TO APPEAR la Circuit Court Bradford County, NO MORE liNT, SILT \

his accordion. at the Woman's Club Rotarians will have the hambur'ger Force Bas Wedding plans will IB Florida Circuit IB Court C.a.eel'J', Bradford Coaat,. Florida la Chancery OR SOAP SCUM PR08.
Elvie L. South Plaintiff vs. William t
Miss Bobbe Bastedo daughterof reception in Keystone Heights on stand; the Lions, the hot be announced later. Willie Edward Moran, Plaintiff, vs. South Defendant. ISMS
(LEANS
Mr., and Mrs. C. J. Bastedo, Oct. 12.-Photo by Martha Living dogs; the Lioness', the cold- Katie Weaver Moran, Defendant Case No. 10-1229 AND ,
,' Mrs. Hartley is the daughter of Case No. 10-1240 Order Of Publication And Notice To 'I FILTERS THE WASH ,'
two vocal solos accompanied stone. coffee and Notice To AppearTo
rendered drinks; Clay Electric ; Appear State of Florida Tot I' ,> _
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Graysonof : Katie Weaver }Moran whose I. 'k, WATER
by Mrs. Florence James. Mrs. Livingston and Mrs. Carnea William South, whose residence TIMES
tea-table> Brooklyn Lake. She and her residence and address is: 330 43rd and address is: co Mrs. Edna Og- '
announced intermission the hall The was draped. will be in of salad Street, Newport News, Virginia. i i Y DURING THE
:Mrs.' Christoffers charge potato children ler, 1416 Clark St., Cambridge, Ohio ,, :, FULL
with over gold, and the centerpiece spent the past summer in You are hereby notified that a I
and invited everyoneto net cole slaw baked beans, and pop You are required to appear on I I >,
suit for WASHING CYCIE. \
was a three-tiered wed Keystone Heights.On October 31, 1955, in the above named I I. .
have punch and cake. Divorce Court and cause, wherein plaintiff :)
ding-cake complete with bride and corn.There Tuesday, Oct. 4, Mrs. A. G. has been filed against you In the seeks divorce custody and controlof I I
Following intermission CoL G. On the table were more will be plenty to do Loudon Mrs. C. T. Parker, Mrs.C. above named Court and cause and minor children. '
M. Allen played a number of selections groom. aside from eating.* MrS. Walker C. Ashley, Mrs. Oscar Rich, and /ou are required to serve a copy of Bradford County Telegraph shall I
flowers, yellow candlesticks, and your answer or pleading: to the com- publish this Order in next four ,,
on his Marimba, accom- cakes with and Mrs. Hardenbergh will be in Mrs. Elbert Altman all mem- plaint on the Plaintiff* Attorney weekly Issues. ..1 OVER MORE CLOTHES ,
of yellow icing
trays
p Fred Butler, 1309 !!Burnett Bank I
the Witness my hand and official seal I
Mrs. James at bers of the First
panied by flowers. charge of the games, while Mrs. Baptist Church Building. Jacksonville, Floridaand at Starke Florida this Sept 24, CAPACITY THANMANY
piano. attended the annual associa- file tne original in tne ornce of 1955. I I
,Mr.. and Mrs. Frank WalrathJr. McMurtry will have White Ele- toinal the Clerk of the Circuit Court on (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. narby!I 5 0 OTHER
of the
meeting WMU
Tele- in
Mrs. Elmer Livingston acted as' hosts for the occa- ( having or before the 14 day of November, As Clerk of said Court. MODEl % AUTOMATICWASHERS (
for Keystone, phants. Anyone anything High Springs. 1955; otherwise the allegations of By! Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk WA.7"ON '
photographer
graph sion. Present also were the other they can donate *o the White said Complaint will be taken as' Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life I
Heights, was on hand to take confessed by you. I Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. I
son of the Walraths, and his wife, Elephant Booth will please leave
Foreign LegionIn This notice shall be publishedonce
Attys. for Plf. 4t
9/30 10/21
pictures.Mrs. Mr. and M ,s. Lawrence Walrath same at Geneva Builders office). each week for foul consecutive
Christoffers and Mrs. Den-I of Jacksonville.All You also have fortune 'Desert Sands' weeks in the Bradford County Tele SEE THE COMPLETE LINE OF
may your
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wish to thank all the ladies graph. 7- ,- ._ __
ny their local friends were on told, or have your portrait drawn. Dated this 7 day of October. 1955. '
:
To
who helped'with the refresh- Coming Park 10/14 4t 11/i 1 1956 (S-l AUTOMATIC WASHERS
hand to congratulate the happy Be sure to register for the door (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy Wash Your Clothes !i

ments. couple, and many out of town pize with Mrs. Anthony. I I The seething violence of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. 9 Pounds'For PAIGEDFROM
Mr. and Mrs. F. 5L Walrath Sr. guests were present, including Dr. seige of Ft. Valeau, a Foreign -

Celebrate Golden Wedding J. A. Rupert (a former Keystone'' Keystone Woman's ,Club I I Legion outpost in the blistering NOTICE 40c! 'D O I

resident), Mr. and Mrs. Frank To Meet At LuncheonThe I Sohara Desert, come to life on the In accordance with the provisionsof
Section 23039. Florida Statutes
Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Leo T. first covered-dish luncheonof I screen in "Desert Sands," opening The Board of Public Instruction of FREE Bleach If Desired! IO w\ .
Bowles, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert the season will be held at I Sunday at the Park Theatre fora Bradford County hereby serves notice ot tlHtR '
: that an election will be held
Bowles. stone Heights Woman's KeY-I three-day run. November 3, 1955 for the purpose of
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25, voting for district Trustees and We Will
The Walraths came to Key- The action-filled drama opens
The II District tax levy for the ensuing
at o'clock. '
gin promptly one I
stone Heights-or at least to this with a last-ditch defense of the biennium.
Club will meet on the second and 14/14 4t 11/4 Dry Your Clothes
area when the center of local Fort against a revolt-ridden hordeof
fourth Tuesday of every month, I i
TALL FOR BIDS
trade and living was known as I natives.
: and, as last year, the second Tuesday Sealed Bids will be taken until I
For 20cIn
.: "Brooklyn" and when Keystone Ranking Legionnaire among the 9:30: A.M. November 7, 1955r for furnishing -
. 4++f' will be a business meeting, I. defenders is Ralph Meeker, who to the Board of County
began building up, they built one ,while the fourth Tuesday will bea Commissioners of Bradford County New Automatic Driers! We Service What We Sell
of the first houses in townwhere'they '' witha plays a captain in charge of a com-Florida:
program meeting starting 1 Wide tread crawler tractor, min- .
still reside, on Lake Geneva.'' pany trying to hold a desert I
covered-dish luncheon. All imum 100 drawbar horsepower
stronghold against the maddened diesel engine, minimum 22 inch
Mr and Mrs. E. M. Morrisonand meetings will start at one o'clock. Arabs. track shoes, crankcase guard, radiator I G. J L

daughter Shelley, of Aiken, feature This Tuesday Dr. Paul, the Harrison program will of :Marla English is seen as an Arab draulic guard angle hour dozer meter, mounted.and hy- The \Washeteria MCGRIFF

.?; S. C., have been guests of Yrs.Morrison's princess, born of many years of Complete unit to weigh not less
':t.:. "1.)., : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Penney Farms, who will give a I than 32,000 pounds, to be serviced GENERAL l
< ,;,111II", ... talk on some of his experiencesin hatred for the Legion and all it and ready to operate. F. O. B. Temple. Ave. Starke ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.

.J.'I'i t -.. f1; W. J. Andre, of Brooklyn Bay Oriental lands. represents. I BID Starke NO. 1:Florida. -- .. Call & Walnut Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA

\ .W'60 Circle. the clash of .
Against personal- .. "
All members are urged to attend In Bid No. 1, the County will of- -' ---- ---- "
Last Friday afternoon the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tilley of New- .

Woman's Club was the scene of port, Rhode Island, have also been -

a happy occasion for :Mr. and Mrs. visiting the W. J. Andres. Mrs. St. William's Altar Society will

Frank Walrath Sr., of Keystone, Tilley is another daughter of the hold a Bake Sale tomorrow, (Sat- ,

and for all their friends, for that Andres. Yesterday, the Tilleys, urday) at the post office startingat .

_day-Oct. 14-marked their 50th and the Andres, left Keystone on 9:30 a.m. '

year of married life. a trip to Shreveport, La.. where All members of St. William's ... ,

The clubhouse was beautifully they will visit "a third daughter of Altar Society are urged to attend ... .
the regular monthly meeting ; .. .
decorated with yellow roses, gladioli Mr. and Mrs. Andre, and her fam- '

and chrysanthemums, arranged ily, Lt. and Mrs. John J. McHugh which} will be held on Wednesday I ,y'
afternoon at the recreational hall
around.land their three children.
in various bouquets .

at 2 the p.m.Church starting promptlyat k ... ,a. >. ;;;x vr 1

4 .1 ;
Mr. and :Mrs. Lester Humphriesand n, S

Beautiful Healthy Parrakeets daughter, Patricia, of Starke r

were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs..

George Schaeffer on Saturday eve- : ...
.
I Billy Rose Parrakeet Farm ning, Oct. 15.
wa..... .... .
Friends of Bruce Prevatt were I a ::. a ,
N. .. .q .. ,I-iii...
21 Keystone HeightS"Baby pleased to see his photograph on y
On Highway t3y
TV for a Pepsi-Cola Merit Award

Monday night. Bruce is an Eagle F
birds easily trained, full of love and affection. Make Scout, and is the son of Mr. and

wonderful pets. All in full plumage in all colors. Blues in all Mrs. Myron Prevatt of Brooklyn
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shades. Yellows, greens, and white. Also yellow-faced blues. Lake.

All raised and acclalmated to our Florida climate. Hundreds to Mrs. D. B. Hartley and daughter,
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choose from. Also beautiful selection of cages. Diane, sailed from San Francisco, -

Sept. 3, on the General E. D. Patrick .- t
OVER A THOUSAND BREEDERS ON HAND for Okinawa. After 13 daysof

continuous travel, they dockedat .
TROPICAL FISH BLACK MOLLIES
Keelung, Formosa, where they 1

went ashore for four hours to en-

joy the sights and to have the S Now. you can buy one! All-new:). ;-.--

novel experience of riding a ; I

"Pedisha" a bicycle-propelled "
"AM ANA FOOD PLAN"SAVE
cart with canopy and they also :

TIME WORK FOOD MONEY chopped in the native open market.
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After 20 more hours of traveling : AERODYNANfIC I

they landed at Naha, Okinawa,

R. A. CRAVEN, FOOD CONSULTANTP. where Major Hartley met them.

0. Box 942 Starke, FloridaOr They had-tto travel by land 60 PLYIVIOUTH 56

miles partly by super highway (
ContactWINTER'S
along therEast China Sea, and :

then as the highway came to an
y
FROZEN FOOD CENTER abrupt ending, they went the rest
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PUSHBUTTON
Revolutionary new Push-Button Driving. first in
4551 Jacksonville Fla. of the way on a one-track ox-cart
St. Johns Avenue ,
trail through treacherous mountain the low-price three! Fabulous new Aerodynamic 4 DRIVING f

country, and finally they ar- With a finger-tip touch yoU
rived at Okuma on the Northernend .. Styling bIgger. longer roomier. as new: select your driving range.

.. of the island a fabulous as the jet age! 'Blazing new 90-90 Turbo-Torque o > Then matie PowerFlite Plymouth's fully the world's auto'i 1
rest-center, more aptly describedas -
APPROVED ENGINEERED a peninsular paradise with all Power to give you Top Thrust at Take-Off! Try smoothest, most advanced
transmission-tales over.It'sthe :
the modern conveniences of any of these thrills at your Plymouth dealer's .today! ultimate_driving easel
FACTORY FACTORY Florida's resort areas.

After a week of sun and fun,

V they.turned to Kodena to move
SERVICE PARTS .
into their _new home in Morgan

Manor,'within a block of the homeof '.

John and Marie Bird, also of

)Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning Keystone Heights. It II

Wrecker Service From the Birds they learned that

people in Okinawa are becoming

interested In Keystone Heights,

BRAKE TIRES IGNITION which is coincidental, since Okinawa -

TESTING AND STARTER is the "Keystone of the Pacific" I

BRAKE And, except for the Northern
GENERATOR
LI11 ING TUBES Mountains the vegetation and the

SALES BATTERIES terrain of Okinawa are much like
FENDER
REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL those of this vicinity. -

Mrs. Elbert Altman, :Mrs. Oscar
BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
Rich and Mrs. George Schaefferwere j

in Green Cove Springs on

Complete Lubrication Service business last Friday; morning ,

the business of registering for the f

DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS coming election before the dead- I

i
Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks line.Mr.. and :Mrs. John Thrasher of

Jacksonville were Sunday guests 1
We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
cf :Miss Cleva Carson on Oct. 9.

Mr. Thrasher, a former pupil of .

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. Miss Carson, is a social science

in the Jacksonville schools.
teacher .".
Heights residents are t
600 Temple Ave. Phone 69 Keystone '
||gpfjj happy to welcome into their midst, 200 V-8 hp available with PowerPak in all 4 lines-Belvedere, Savoy Plaza and Suburban. Or choose 187 bp in Belvedere and Suburban lines..1D Savoy and Plaza

1 Mr. and Mrs. George McDonnell lines you get 180 V-8 bp. If you prefer the super a homy of Plymouth's PowerFlow 6-also available in all 4 line -you get 125 hp, or '131 hp with PowerPak.

YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER :McDonnells are ,

.. I of living Denver.in the The Doying house, next The car that's going places with the Young in Heart! I

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1955
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" Presbyterian ChurchAdult end guest of Mrs. T.* L. Parrish* In .......... ......................T..T..I I Homer Williams will be expecting r ?.JTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE

Palatka. all scholars and teachers to be on,
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
\1 Mrs. Ernestine Dukes and I LEVEL
Choir practice, Saturday, time.Mt.
3 p.m. daughter of Lake Butler, and Mr. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i Moriah Methodist Church. '!i

CHURCHES Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- and Mrs. Kenneth Russ of Hampton By Ozora Johnson Editor Rev. D. W. Demps pastor, will;, lij ;\1 fit. U. M. 31rlue&AALALAAALLaAiLLLAA
visited Mrs. E. B. Castlen last
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Fel- &&............uJ .... && & .& AALAAAI \hold Womens' Day all day Sunday 1 i
lowship Supper- Meeting, 6 p. m. |Sunday. Oct. 23. School will I
Church
Evening Worship, 7:30-p.m. I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russ and Card of Thanks I least one full day during the

The Women of.the Church meet children of Apopka visited 1 the The family of the late Charlie week in your child's school. Plays!be held at 9:30.a. m. with Supt. Rev. W. E. Hall went to Griffin,

Homecoming Set At The TabernacleC. Tuesday, 8 p. m. !i Wilson Russ and Ernest Russ Hudson Jr. wishes to thank the and yrograms are being prepared\W. Brooks in charge, regular Ga.Hall Monday home after to her accompany visit with Mrs.her

Junior Choir practice, Wednesday -. families last Saturday.Mr. many friends of Starke and for chapel and timely celebrations women teachers and guest teachers -
Pine Level Church ; ,four sisters last week in Chatta-
At E. Thomison, former police 3:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting, and Mrs. Warren Mizell! Bradford county who contributedto for the entire week. Did you eval-I i will serve. The guest speaker :,nooga, and Crossville, Tenn. and

For Sunday Oct. 23 chief of Truth and Consequence, 7:30 m. and daughters, Mr. and :Mrs. G. the comfort of the family dur- uate your child's report card t tI
j +i
p. I I for the morning will be Sister Atlanta Rome, and Griffin, Ga.
N. M., was guest speaker at the W. Davis and children, and Craig ing their recent bereavement. carefully? Did you sign and return -;I i I
Ethel B. Singleton member Rev. and Mrs. O J. Raulersonof
,
Homecoming will be held at in the PENTACOSTAL Wood enjoyed a picnic at Camp j Charlie Jr. was killed instantly it properly? Did you make]1 lay I
Saturday night
the Pine Level Baptist Church on meeting HOLINESS CHURCH O'Leno last Sunday. (in a car wreck on Sept. 15. He some remarks relative to the lof Mt. Moriah Church and civic Jacksonville were guests of the
Gospel Tabernacle annex; He resigned II H. M. McRaes last Friday.
Sunday;,Oct. 23. Services will be Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and I had served in the U. S. Army'from grades earned by your child? Do I leader. Music will be furnished by I
in order to School 10 Morn- Mrs. H. J. and Mrs.
and "aj j his position Sunday a. m. children were shopping in Jack- Nov. 3, 1953 until his untimely I this every six weeks and you will ',the womens' choir. Sister May-! Haltiwanger
the ,
held throughout ,. day, j 1 devote full time to work with ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening sonville Saturday and attendedthe death. He waS born in help the teacher improve the effectiveness belle E. Roberts in I r i Ethel Copeland of Jacksonville visited -
basket dinner will be served at Service 7:30 Wednesday charge. The the Floyd Crosbys and the H.
young people and is now speakingin p. m. Toby Dowdy television showat Starke on June 4, 1934. He was of his work with your I I
noon. I ,night Prayer Service 7:30 p. .- I child.P. morning devotion service will belied I M. McRaes last Sunday afternoon
this area on causes and pre- WMBR a good boy and always loyal to I II
services will be held Rev. Roland S. Morgan, pastor. ''his by Sister Leona Royal. The I We were glad to have Mr and
home .
Regular church and+ T.
community, A. & Hobby Club ChitChatThe
.
vention Of delinquency.The Vance Russ of Apopka Is spend- )
juvenile I |afternoon worship service is in!i Mrs. Lavon Alvarez and little
during the morning and the after- ing two weeks with his sons countl1' Special thanks to the Hampton Training school ;
Sunday morning message e tr vvvvnvvvvvvvmvvnvvBROOKER' charge of the women of Allen'I:daughter and Lt. and Mrs. Bishop
will be devoted to I American Legion and the many held regular PTA Tuesday night I
noon singing 'was delivered by Fred Sacher. Ernest and Wilson, and other rela- I Chapel and Mt. Pisgah A.1t.E.I'Myrick and family with us at
with several outstanding duets, I tives here. churches for flowers and cards. Oct. 18. Principal M. Taylor madea '
A solo was sung by Mrs. SydneyDe Churches. Both groups have been j church last Sunday. They are vis-
; trios, and quartettes to be heard. Miss Blanche Hodge has returned We miss you, dear son, but we report on expenditures? made for
Block of New Jersey, a daughter !tasked to plan this program. During -liters of :Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alva-
Rev. Bill Kingston of Jackson- two weeks visit shall try to meet you beyond the materials of instruction andthanked '
from a
,of Mr. Sacher. the evening worship hour an rez, :Mrs. Sue Myrick, and Mr. and
ville will bring a message'at By Mrs. E. B Castlen with her grandmother, Mrs. M. beautiful river and golden sunset. the PTA for the fine sup- 'loriginal
Mrs.'Jennie Thornquest, a faith- pageant will be presentedby ,Mrs. Robert Myrick.
4:30 I ,Sincerely, Betty Hudson, mother:
p. m. Nettles, in Jacksonville.Mrs. I
port.Wateroak the women of the city. Music
ful worker in the Tabernacle serv- I
4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHalloween Bobby Jones, Mrs. Rufus Charlie Hudson, father, and other! PTA President Bea- I
ices 20 and Mrs. and dramatic reading will be the -
for some 'years, 'relatives. Recent BirthMr.
REVIVAL TO BEGIN Carnival | Green, Mrs. Bill Jones, Mrs. trice Desue urges all members to features. The :
Gertrude Garland have moved to I pageant will pre
,
AT GRAHAM BAPTIST The Brooker PTA is planningits Richard Raulerson, Mrs. Victor District Meeting :plan now to attend PTA on Monday -
sent
Jacksonville where they will reside "Portraits of Great Women and Mrs. Bobby Gene Pa-
annual Halloween Carnival at Jones, and Mrs. Clyde Cone visit- I The teachers of Bradford and Nov. 7. Principal M. E.Roberts "
Revival services will begin at with Mrs. Thornquest's daughter directed by Supervisor Ozora tray announce the birth of a son.
; the Farmers Market here on Sat., ed Mrs. Clyde Green Jr. in Ala- six other counties held their annual has a message of Importance -
the Graham Baptist Church Sun- Mrs. Lois Diddell at 2955 district Johnson, assisted by Maybelle E. Terry Mathew, on Oct. 11, in
meeting in Ocala to all
Oct. 29. Featured events will be chua Thursday. on patrons.
'Oct. 23. Grant St. will be % Roberts. A cast of more than 50 Florida Jack
day, Rev. George Pre- They greatly Baptist Hospital
Monday, Oct. 17, The keynote I RJE PTA will I
the fish pond, country store, no- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold of Melrose meet Wednes-
vatt will open the' services and missed by an appreciative groupof women and girls has been selected sonville. Mrs. Patray is the form
velties, and cake walk. A chicken spent Wednesday of last week speaker was Mayor Cummings of: day, Nov. 2, and will have as an
there and a choir of 50 voices is *
will friends.
be a guest speaker expected er Christa Hastings of Saxton,
supper will be served, complete with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rogers. Ocala. The Female Ensemble of added feature a waistline rally.
each nIght. Services begin at One new member added to to sing. The general public Mo.
was the
with pie and coffee, for 75c; chil Visiting at the Robert J. Jones Bra-Cho-Philharmonic Society Mabel Jenkins was asked to take is
7:30 cordially invited to I
p.m. Everybody welcome. the church see
Tuesday night. and sang a number that was well received harge by president .
dren's plate 35c. There will be a residence Sunday were Mr. Sophia Royals.All this gigantic portrayal of NOTICE TO APPEAR
parade at 5 o'clock 'with prizes :Mrs Gordon Jones and daughterof by the more than 600 L members and friends are Invited Women Ameri-I IB Clrralt Ce.rt. BrcdfaN C...tr
can who have
tor the best and wittiest costumes. I, Starke, Mr. and Mrs. John L. teachers assembled in the Warp I to attend and participate. .I greatness and hear our Adolf Florida Drexler la Chiarrrr., Plaintiff, vs. Rose

Everyone here and in surrounding Lewis and family of Cordele, Ga.' Memorial Auditorium. "Into theilNight" I]E. Thompkins, principal; S. Royal Drexler, Defendant.
Special girls that we expect to be great Case No 10-1151
communities is urged to attend .Mr. and Mrs. Mack Jones and was the selection directed president; P. Marshall secretary in the future. Admission is free to I \etlt'. T* Appear.To .
this gala event. family of Miami, Mrs. Sonny by E. E. Minott. Participants: F.I I ; F. Jenkins, reporter. : Rose Drexler whose residenceand

Birthday Parties Dukes and daughter of Ike But- S. Pierce, B. L. Horne, A. B. Thurston Elementary school, all. White as well as colored address Is: Unknown.
friends are invited to attend. You are hrt notified that a
REVIVAL SERVICES Mrs. Frank Tinney entertainedat ler, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones, Mr. Anderson, M. Jenkins, M. W. Tur- 'will hold regular PTA each third nU for
Covington Funeralized
her home Monday night, Oct. and Mrs. Tommie Jones, Gerald ner and O. R. Johnson. C. C. And- :Monday according to Principal S, The many friends and relatives baa Divorce been filed against you In the

10, with a lovely party in honor Lee Jones, and L. H. Mott Jr., of erson is vice-president of District I C. Price. Members and friends are above named Court and cause and

of Miss Linda Gayle Green on her I,Gainesville.Mrs. 5 and president of the Brad ;pleased that Pastor Walker has|10f John citizen Henry Covington. life you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy com of

I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke 13th birthday anniversary. The Lizzie Fowler and R. ford County Teachers Association. .::returned and will continue to serve long of Starke, regrethis plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
'. recent death. Covington was Frank Landrum. Starke Fla.
table was beautifully decoratedwith Holder of Newberry. and D. Polk 100( per cent attendance was re as president" of the PTA. We wish funeralized at New and file the original in the office of
Hope Bap-
OCTOBER 30 NOVEMBER 6 pink and blue crepe paper, of Trenton visited the Ed Polk ported. for Elder Walker success in his the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
I tist Church on Sunday with the I before the 14 day of Nov. 1J5S.
carrying the chosen color family Sunday. Leadership ConferenceThe new appointment to Mt.
Pisgah
out Rev. L. W. otherwise the allegations of said
,
NIGHTLY 7:15 scheme. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. principals and supervisors of!I Church StarkeFla.. Mosley officiating.I Complaint will be taken as confeea-
He leaves to loss
mourn his a ed by yon.
the state of Floridawill assemble Church News
After'enjoying several games of Tim Rogers were Miss Lillie Love devoted Ethel Mae Coving-' This notice shall be published
bingo, the, young guests went Into of Trenton, and Mr. and Mrs. in a two-day meeting in Jacksonville -I New Bethel Baptist Church wife once each week for four consecutive
ton and host of relatives and Bradford County
a week In the
the yard where they were serveda Frank Cauthen of LaCrosse.Mr. ,. Oct 20-21. This will be the I Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held Worn- Telegraph.
friends. Interment in Odd-
delicious supper featuring ham and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins and 25th Annual Conference. The DU- !ens' Day last Sunday. The program was i Dated this 12 day of Oct., 1555.
.5iA fellows Cemetery, Starke, Hughes- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
burgers. Mrs. Annie Schofield of New val County principals will have ; committee included: Sister Director in : Clerk of the Circuit Court
Funeral
Mrs. G. E. Green assisted Mrs. i River, and Rev. and Mrs. C. B. charge of the program. They(Marion Dell, chairman, and Sister I I Chestnut I II I[By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy 10/14 4t Clerk 11/4

1 x Tinney in serving the following Stallings were Sunday dinner have planned a program full of in-1 I', Sarah F. Jenkins and Minnie I charge.

guests: Jackie Mott of Gainesville guests of Mrs. Rosa Pinholster.Mrs. formation and inspiration. Those ,Ola! Mosley. Acting pastor for : __.'_ '_ _ .:.:w' :- '_-,::-- =;i _'',C

\ Dianne Dukes of Lake But- Mae Mott accompaniedRev. who will attend from Starke. are I I the day was Sister Priscilla VinI -

I ler, Edward and Jean Endicott, and Mrs.. H. H. Mott to the Principals Eddie Thompkins, C. C.j,son. The speaker for the morning Bring Your Neighbor Sunday!

Barbara Jean and Janice Green, Homecoming at Kingsley Lake Anderson and Supervisor Ozora I I was Sister Janie Mitchell of Lincoln -

Lavern Dyal, Ann Gainey, Wayne Baptist Church last Sunday. Johnson. City.
with
Thomas, Dickie Davis, Jimmy Mr. and Mrs: Dewey Stokes and Come See My School' wor-ship I attend and bring your neighbor

Clark, Gene Edwards, John Green, family of Jacksonville were week- i I American Education week will |I ered by Sister Maurice White. to hear this sermon Sun. a.m. by

Mary Jane Bigham, Craig Woods,I end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. be observed November 612. All I Sister Leona Royal was featured 4 you

Marvin Mann, Peggy and Patsy, Stokes. I!parents are asked to visit the :soloist.!I The entire day was a PASTOR MARVIN FAILE

Edwards, and Stevie'and Bruce Mrs. Wilson Russ and childrenand schools. Prepare now to spend at spiritual and financial success. The

'_ Tinney. Mamie Clark visited the I II i I women raised more 'money than liThe Law"
I and Linda Gayle I Royal
Cone,
Mrs. Lilly the :
in Starke men, as usual and
Brenda Green was honored Oscar Waters family 'I were made
on .
last Sunday. I I Green. happy. All captains, clubs and
her 8th
birthday anniversary witha after
Mrs. Ella Lewis is home I
_
at Miss Frances Barry has returned j group leaders wish to thank
f party the home her
of
I
par- and Mrs.
'a with Mr.
!, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green on from a delightful visit with her week's Lewis visit in Jacksonville. I land those who contributed financially First Baptist Church Hampton

Friday, Oct. 14. brother-in-law and sister, the Edward Johnnie morally to make this day a ,
Prizes were 'J Donald Dukes and Mrs. R
Mrs.
awarded to :Marsha Green, Patty Clarks, in Houston, Mo. J [complete success. 10 AJH. Sunday School 6:30 P3I. B.T.U.
REV. ELW1N ANDERSON, EvangelistPastor Coram and Bruce Tinney win- Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDavid and[I"K. Dukes of Lake Butler were Allen Chapel AME Church. RevJ.

ners in the games played.as Refreshments family of Gainesville were visitingthe ', visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar- W. Washington pastor will hold 11 A.M. Morning Worship 7:30 P.M. Evangelistic Service

Springfield Baptist Church, Jacksonville of ice cream cones and L. L: Dyals last Sunday.Mrs. key last week.; ]I services on Sunday starting with
| Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards Sunday school POWER" WEDNESDAY 8:00 P.M.
at "HOUR OF -
A. L. Green .enteraineedfew All
cake were served to the 31 a t I 1,0 a. m.
guests
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Song Leader attending. Assisting Mrs. Green friends Sunday night in honorof of Worthington are spending a 'members are asked to come out - -- ---,- .
few days with Mrs. Eva HarrelL'I land '
meet the ,
Linda her mother, who was observing new pastor. Supt. ---'- -- --- - p-' -
were -
Gayle and Barbara i -
A ---
Mrs. Ressie Carlton
Gospel Singing -- Preaching Jean Green, and Mrs. Frank Tin- her 74th birthday anniversary'were: Rev. and Mr. and
dinner guests of
Those enjoying this occasion wereMr. C C C
ney. C
in Fairbanks 4; 4
Palmer
\ Woodrow C
,!I Circle Meets and Mrs. M. F. Hazen andMrs. Mrs. C

The Lubedia Pinholster Bill Plummer and daughters. last Sunday.
Circle '' Mott and Mrs. Rita C
Mrs. L. A.
Pat and Lou and Miss Charlene .
met at the, home of Mrs. ,
Mary 4.
DID YOU KNOW Green on Oct. 11 with five memo Dennis, all of Starke, and Mrs. Brown of Gainesville visited Mrs. C
and other friends
bers and two visitors M. O. Harrell and son William, L. L. Parker ti !
present.Mrs. --
Frank and Mrs. Clyde Cone and son here Monday. I'm not a boarder-yet Co
Tinney in
was chargeof
IT'S ALMOST HERE ? the devotional, while Mrs. E. John of Brooker.We 1 I I Sarah Carlton Addison spent in Gainesville.Sunday .

B. Castlen presided the were glad to have Mrs. Min with Helen iti
[ over
celebratedher
Green
I Little Jayne
nie Hazen back home after sev-
business session. Mrs. G. E. .
Green, hostess, served refresh- eral weeks visiting with her chil- third birthday anniversarylast : '
WINTER! with at the G
ments. The next meeting will be dren in Wildwood, Starke, and ,( Saturday a party L '
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c;
held Nov. 15 at the home of Mrs. Orlando. I I
Wilson Green. Paper hats and 4i 4i
c
Kenneth Mott left Thursday for
Joyce Castlen.Mr. I(
FOR THE balloons were given as favors to
Pensacola where he will be statinned '

and Mrs. H. C. Douglas with the U. S. Navy. the young guests.

SAFEST, QUICKEST, CLEANEST entertained at their home last The Aubrey Hazens and son Mrs. Helen Addison and daugh- b .

Saturday night with a fish fry I(|I Sidney; and Mrs. Minnie Hazen ters of Gainesville visited the. ;

HEAT YOU CAN HAVE for a few friends. Those attend- visited little Neil Hazen at Hope I Ressie Carltons last Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. W. A. Hinton and
ing were Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Haven last Sunday.

Green and children, and :Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott visitedMr. son of Evansville, Ind. spent the
weekend here with Mr. and Mrs.G. .
G-o G-a-s Mrs. Frank Tinney and sons. and Mrs. Milton Mott and
Mrs. J. C. Harrell E. Green and Mr. and Mrs.
visited Mrs. "son in West Palm Beach Mondayand

Ida Weeks in Alachua and Mr. Tuesday.Mrs. Ernest Edwards.The .

and Mrs. Drew Dukes in Worth- R. E. Hazen spent several Brooker Garden Club held e,,

ington last Sunday. days last week vacationing in St. its monthly executive meeting

Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Petersburg.We Oct. 17 at the home-of Mrs. Bill

|and children attended revival services are happy to have Mr. and Bigham.We .

EVtl'bod'y& at High Springs Sunday af- Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker from the I are sorry to hear that Frank

'ternoon.Mr. Tinney and son Bruce have both
I Pine Level section move to our

&d About and Mrs. F. W. Tyson of community. They have built a I been on the sick list this week.
; Talking Due to lack of it
Notice: space
,. Hawthorne were recent guests of house here and moved in last
Rev and Mrs. C. B. Stallings. week. was necessary for The Telegraphto

Little Gene and Dianne Howardof Roy Lee Edwards of Bradenton omit several items of news from

Jacksonville are spending a spent the weekend with Mr. and the Brooker column last week. O

1Th2ntharil 'few days with their grandparents, Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton. f

:the E. B. Crosbys. Mrs. Brook Perryman of Gaines- PEST CONTROL

M. L. McLeod of Valdosta, Ga. ville is spending a few days with .

was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott. ,-

Thomas Hamilton Monday and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott of TERMITESALL

Tuesday.Mr. Williston are the proud parentsof TYPES OF

[ and Mrs. Wallie Crews of a son 'born Oct. 16. They are GROVE SPRAYING

Melrose were dinner guests of former residents of Brooker.
Florida Pest Control
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;Mr and Mrs. G. B. Colson Thursday -, Those from here attending the

of last week. bridal shower for Miss Eloise & Chemical Co.

I jI Mrs. N. C. Mott is visiting Mr. Dukes in Lake Butler Tuesdaywere Phone Franklin 6-6035 \....

hand I Mrs. Marshall Mott in Williston Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. E 24 N. W. 16th Ave.

this week. J. Lewis, Mrs. Malcolm Lewis,
Gainesville, Fla. .
I W C. Allen of Pensacola was Mrs. Ruby Hodges, Mrs. Rosa '
Call for estimate.
the weekend guest of Mr. and Pinholster, Mrs. Roy Green. Mrs 1v 1y I
1
!Mrs. Bill Terry and Alan Land. I Earl Green, Mrs. M. F. Wiggins ,

Mrs. G. B. Colson was shopping -
'
I in Jacksonville Wednesday of last I ,, .

week. SECURITY It took me two lactations to pay the boss back

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and for all the fine care he's given me. The folks at

family were supper guests of Mr. IV ServiceAU DAIRY
Security say the average useful life of dairy cows
and Mrs. E. E. Stokes in Gaines-
ville last Friday.Rev. O after first freshening is only 4 to 5 years. I'm

Truby Parrish of Santa Fe out to beat that. You see when I was a youngster

Want to heat your home beHer was the Sunday dinner guest of Estimates FEEDS I got Security Calf Starter and Security Calf
Free
Work Guaranteed
et less cost with greater conven Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett.Mr. Grower. I get Security Conditioner when I'm
and Mrs. J. L. Waters of
ience? Then come in and let us tell you Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Fully. Equipped -. Dependable WE dry and Security Dairy Feeds the rest of the time.

about Dearborn Area Heatl Adolph Berryton of Dundee visited All Makes and Models DELIVER .., So there's _a lot of milk left in the old gal yet. I

the Lloyd Padgetts last Sun- I TO YOUR I'm paying my board bill and returning a profit.


PRICED FROM 24.95 UP \day.Mrs. Felix Sullivan and son of I FARM

'Starke guests of Mr. and\ CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
were J SECURITY MILLS of Jacksonville Inc. ;j
Mrs. George Raborn: Wednesday of i I

SLADE last week. I TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla. \
GAS CO.Starke The Guy Parrish family spent ,

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.\1 239 Starke, Fla.

E. Raulerson in Jacksonville.Mrs. ooooooooo nnn
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELBGBAPH. STAEKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 1955
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Rites- WednesdayFor Funeral Today St. Edward's Men 'Wayne'' And BacallIn FFA NEWS Halloween Carnival II was a retired farmer. iSurviving the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Thurs-

are two sisters, Mrs. o'clock .with
day afternoon at 2
R. R. ThedeIn For Mrs. Mann Have Dinner EventThe 'Blood Alley1At The Halloween Carnival spon- O. O. Webb of Starke and Mrs.,

Florida Forty-one Greenhands received sored by the Elementary PTA will' Rev. L. D- Haines officiating. Interment

JacksonvilleRichard Mrs. Minnie Browning Mann, Men's Club of St. Edward's i SundayJohn their pins and were initiated at be held Monday, Oct. 31, from 1:30 !Amy Mosey of Bronson; ana one I was in the family plot in
brother, Ellie Sullivan of Starke.
Catholic Church held beef
!widow of the late :M. W. Mann of a roast Wayne and Lauren Bacall the regular meeting of the Bradford to 8 p.m. Complete details will be I
R. Thede of Jackson- dinner on Wed., Oct. 12, from 6:30. next week. { Funeral services were held in'Prevatt Cemetery near Starke.
I afternoon FFA Chapter on Oct. 11. It t published
died Monday
Raiford, star in "Blood Alley, powerful
vile, a former resident and mer-,' ta9p.m. "was announced that the initiation I, I i
died Monday following an extended illness. drama at the I
chant of Lawtey, adventure showing I
With Simmons
S. E. as chair- for Chapter Farmers will be Rites '
Thursday : -
in Jacksonville hospital Mrs. Mann was born in Brad- :
night a
and Guertin Florida Theatre Sunday through !
I man .Ray as cochairman held at the next regular meeting
following a brief illness. ford County on Feb 12, J886, the the hall was decoratedin Tuesday. ,For C. Sullivan i iI > '
, on O t. 25. To be a Chapter ITS ABOUT TIME
Mr. Thede was born in Clay daughter of the late J. A. and Ma- is as adventurous I i
red, white and blue, with aut- Wayne seen an Farmer, a boy must make at least I II
County and moved to Jacksonvillein tilda Ritch Browning. She wasa Merchant Marine: captain who Clarence Sullivan, 72 died at -
umn flowers. $50 on his supervised farming ( \ TO REPAIR THOSE !
1945 from Lawtey. He was city member of the Baptist Church. knows every port and prevailing his home near Starke Tuesday !i i
Owen Vaughn, president of the program.
salesman for the Florida Hard- Surviving are two sons M. W. I wind in the Far East. He is approached morning following a heart attack. \-1 FARM BUILDINGS I
said "We wish During the business session, II
member of organization to I
ware Co. He was a Mann Of Ocala, and 1L Sgt. Wil- by some oppressed villagers
Mr. Sullivan born in
over President Roman was Clay ,
presided by
Riverside Park Methodist Churchof lard K. Mann of Crestview; three take this means of thanking our led by the lovely daughterof OVER THERE
Jacksonville. Alvarez. it was voted to buy a County on Nov. 21 1882 the son'' i
friends their
200 for
-j
brothers, W. A. Browning, Rai over patronage an American doctor-in enemy
Surviving are his wife Mrs. ford, and J. A. and Marion Brown- at this event." !occupied China (played by Miss scrapbook to keep the news notesin. of the late Riley and Elizabeth !

Louie Belle Brown Thede formerly ing, both of Jacksonville; two sisters Bacall). They ask him to guide Green Sullivan. He was a member -i I

of Lawtey and Plant City; a Mrs. Debbie Dowling, Rai Recent BirthsMr. their ship through "Blood Alley"the The election for a new Chapter of the Baptist Church, and -

daughter, Mrs. Grady Baggett of ford, and Mrs. Bessie Wester of ( Formosa Straits) to Hong Sentinel was postponed until the I Ii -

Jacksonville; one son Rkhard R. Mascot. w and :Mrs. W. E. Henderson Kong and freedom. The struggles next meeting. Illi D.a

Thede Gainesville; and two step- Funeral services will be held announce the arrival of a daughter they encounter on this hazardous i FELTON SMITHPHILLIPS }
James T. :Moore Starke, and Cub Scout NoticeThe
sons, make
Celeste Renee, born Oct. 5 trip an exciting story.
:Moore Ger- this afternoon (Friday) at 1 ) TrMlC
George B. Cologne. i' in the Alachua General hospital. Making her debut in this filmis 66

many; and a brother Walter H. o'clock in the Raiford Baptist Doctor's Hospital announces the Anita Ekberg, a former Miss first fall meeting of local* ,, /

Thede Superior. Wis. Church, with Rev. John E. Strick- following births: Sweden and top fashion model, whois Cub Scouts will be held in the Service StationAt LOCAL TRADEMARK 1-
Funeral services were held Wed- recreation hall of the First Meth-
cast in
land, pastor of Lemon Heights Mr. and Mrs. }[. D. Elder, a dramatic role.
nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock in odist Church :Monday night, Oct.
Church of Palatka offi Starke, a daughter, Carla Robin,
Baptist ,
the Seashole Funeral Parlors in 24. All boys between the ages of t

Jacksonville. Rev. John Howard I ciating. Oct. 13. I Starke, a daughter, Joyce Marie, ,,8 and II, and their parents, are State Farmers MarketSPECIAL
1LkEEh1t
Hanger, pastor of Riverside, Park i Interment will follow in the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Criswell 521 Oct. 16. (urged to attend. I I

Methodist Church officiated. Interment family plot in Sapp Cemetery.Pratt St., Starke, a daughter, I !

was in Riverside :Memorial near Raiford with DeWitt C.'Laura Diane, Oct. 14. I __ BUILDBRSSUPPUE I IS

Park, Jacksonville. Jones in charge of arrangements.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Green. Lubrications .

Pallbearers were M. :M. Per- Starke, a daughter, Ruby Paula

menter Walter A. Hogg., L.-L., Oct. 15.The ,-.s\ S $1.00
BAS Band NewsThe _
Roane. F, W Moore and G. H. -. : Wash Jobs $1.00 -:-- _' -

Jackson Sr. BHS Band took advantageof Starke Maternity Hospital

announ es the following births: I
last week's date
open to sharpen -,
MEMORIAMIn Mr. and Mrs. Broward Akridge
up its playing. The members
Memory of the late Ralph E. spent this week practicing for of Starke a daughter, Elizabeth NEXT Shell TIME Service you Station stop in at Lawteyask Smith's

Toomey.Deep in died heart Oct.is 3,the 1949.picture the game with Columbia High in.Jean Oct. 16. \ Sell It Rent It Trade! ;; $about 12.5. an 18-month Stchg batteryfor 11/4

my Lake City tonight. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Johnson of 'ii. -,. ::, "-- .. r
More precious than silver on gold. \
1 TIlE FAMOUS Beacon Blanket now
It's a picture of my beloved husband ---- 1 ; on sale for 4.91. Also $24.95

His memory"will, never grow old. I ALVAREZ' STORE. Established Men's Clothing 1894mm WITH%% A TELEGRAPH. CLASSIFIED Lawtey.Princess Smith's Shell Comforters Service for Station itchy 119.95 11/4 at in


My heart still aches with sadness : .-

My eyes shed many tears. THEY LOOK ALIKE Low Rates Good Result8 E'asyToPlact FOR room SALE-Four home. two acres.car garage Modernsix ,

God only knows how I miss him. hen house flock of laying hens

October 18 1955 would have *() WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . .. fifr One Cow, mile pecan East trees of, Starke grape on vines.Rt.

been our golden wedding. I 16. Easy terms. $1,000 down and
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 20
':Wife, :Mrs. Mayme Toomey % ELECTRIC SERVICE .i ?_ But when you know cars,there are 176 per mo. at 6% Interest. Price I
DISCOUNT! OF 15 PER CENT OS TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS: $7.500. Henry R. Dobbs Rt. 1,
:: i differences.Auto loans may look aliIce K* ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I.V ADVANCE I Box 274 Starke. 2tp 10/28


\Y. C. T. U.IT N1fN.. ., also,but when you. really compare t I FOR apartment RENT-with Three private room furnished bath on 'I

: WANTED-Experienced salesman ground floor $38 per month. 510
PAYS TO PROTEST : our financing plan with others to represent Singer Sewme Machine LOW COST N. Cherry St. or phone 1(5. Itchg
Co. Must have car. AD-I I.f
PROTESTS FROM PROTESTANTS Lake Citv. STRAYED-Red and White Cow in
you will discover nlv 402 N. Marion.
AND TEMPERANCE : RAWO why we can serve Fla. 2tche 10:211: Liability InsuranceContact my pasture for last eight week.
If not claimed will sell at Public
GROUPS HAVE RESULTED IN you best-at low rates.Come in. PRE-CAST SEPTIC TANKS and In- Auction, Monday Oct. 24. Pine-

AN ORDER BY TilE MINNESOTA AND stallation. Phone 415-W or Us Concerning the .. tree Inn Rt. 100. ltpMAN

LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION Write Box 1188 Starke Fla. NEW INSURANCE LAW
i OR
WOMAN
10/14 4tchg 11/4 to take over routeof
TO BAN LIQUOR ADS TELEVISIONSales established customers in

FROM: SIDES O.F BUSSES IN ZENITH 17" No Membership Fees Starke. Weekly profits of $50.00

THE TWIN CITIES. Evanston T18HR 159.95 _ FLORIDA BANK at STARKE II ELECTRIC MOTORS BEST or or other more at Investment start possible.necessary.No We car
RATES
IN
I TOWN will help you get started. Write
(UNION SIGNA.. August. 1955)) Rewound and Serviced C. .
Ruble,
When Your TV Needs S D'PtJ c/o The J.
6 Months Policies R. Watkins Company, Memphis 2.
Sen ice Call 166 and Service Member Florida National Group General Machine Work AD I Tenn. Itp

A4P.EAr II I" Work GuaranteedReasonable Doyle E. CONNER 'TROPICAL FISH and aquarium for \

Bra 224 N. Temple Ave.. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Rates I 'I' sale rheap. See Dave Long 215
INSURANCE AGENCYPh. W. Washington St. or phone m

JEL RED SEAL ,_._' UP

CA IL ___ t___ 285 136 W. Call 'FOR SALE-Used Colorlc Gas
sk for ELECTRIC & MACHINE Range, excellent condition. Reas-

t. ., t I.< t ". i. ." .. Ji-4--. SHOPF. i FOR SALE-Five Pet Rabbits and onable.East of See Starke Wm.on Silcox old, Blanding one mile
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OLD T,1 ?; W. GRAUDON, Owner Mgr. two pens. See Strobo at Hardy Road- Up
': { q .j, i ,4 1i't f' Bros. Motor Co: !tp 10/21 I _
'1 t" Temple & Pratt\ Ph. J97 "CABBAGE PLANTS
7 now
ready for
., t .'. .. .THE FAMOUS Beacon Blanket now setting. All leading varieties
GOLDjGnerieas j
;: "': t \:.y. '._ : 'to on sale for 14.95. Also $24.95 Call Farms.107 Tilton, Ga., avIa Plant t
FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 T 16 Concrete Princess Comforters for $10.95 at itp 11/4
First block Uc. Cement $1.40 Smith's Shell Service Station In
; per bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per Lawtey. 3tchg 10/28 FOR SALE-Lot m x I: 201 with four '
Fam lf of Cigarettes; .>t.i., bag. Bradford Engineering Co. 'I bedroom house. Trade for small
: ,'. phone 94. Starke. tf FOR SALE-By owner. 58 Acres. place close In. See owner at W2 \
14 acre Pecan Orchard. Newly \\. Madison. Itchg
KING? thatspecial dinner decorated three bedroom home > _. .
flTE* READY NOW for
,' SIU i Young Double-Breasted bath and ultra modern kitchen. I FOR SALE-Used Guitar and amplifler 1
'JONGS: New 56 I" Orade A Turkeys. Phone MU-4. Screened in sleeping porch. New' I $39.95 at Dahmer'g. ltchg
WGUUA. 4221. Opal's Turkey Farm Flora- garage. Ideally located with
,, home Fla. tf good income potential. Write: F'I WANTED-Part or full time maid
P. Peters Rt., 2. Box 90. Starke, for general house work. El
I Fla. 2tp 10/11 I Rancho Motel
Itchg
Mitchell's Drug Store _, ( _
: ON U. S. HIGHWAY
FOR SALE-Baby parrakeets
$%00
SARATOGA HEIGHTS each, also 4 breeders and cage.

DODGErr 5 ACR WITH GOOD UNIT No.2 See Ann at Doyles Cleaners ltp

WANTED-Part time
handy
IMAGINE! ". 4-ROOM,. HOUSEWell Three.nr bed Older room coaitroetioa masonry hora la. i i for general utility work around man
i moteL
| Apply El Rancho
Starke'. Motel.
neireit
addition. Price
10 DRY CLEANINGS.. F and Electric Pump, Very to itttrauj $10060 with appli. ltchg

YET THIS DAINTY I- .. '8t. EI reasonably priced. Many other thirty ration<}.to r. and purchase.$235.00 at$5O.4l d8al.U. :.WANTED, TO RENT-Two or three i

WOOL DRESS HAS Everything about it Bargains. with Price application to non veterans to purchase$250.00 i 1 I I U9-W bedroom, Barney hone E.In McRae Starke. ISO Phone N. I.I!
Cherry St.
AS FINE, TEXTUREAND and as low as $500.00 at dosing 2tp 10/2g [
__ STROUT REALTY Buy now and select the interior
FINISH AS FOR SALE Have !
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: colors and tile for bath and kitchen ,, purchased an
Johnie Hansen, RepresentativePh. apartment house
THE DAY SUCCESS I see the plans keeD them : including furni. .
ture and
have
no use for the following t
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says Waldo HO-8-2371 overnight and make your selection. 1 I
I BOUGHT HI! ...... .............................. If you want to own a j|I :: 5 2 Gas Gag Ranges; 1 Gas apt. \
Starke Fla. range Space Heaters
2
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lome it will pay you to imesti-
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rate this.FLORIDA. | Gas Water Heaters 2 refrieerai -
II i tors. Phone 108, H. G Bollinger, t
I 428 N.alnut St.
FOR SALE CHEAP-Frame store REALTY CO. ltp t
building. to be removed from lot,
FOR SALE-Or Rent-Three .
Of Starke bedroom
cor. X. Walnut and Browlnee St. home
:
Known as old Green's Store. Address near Keystone l'
.. Born of Success to Challenge the Future I The Dramatic New '56 Dodge. Adam Green. P. O. Box 64$, Real Estate Broker i Heights Dr. Bollinger.furnished or unfurnished
42S N.
'f __, or 657 N. Walnut St., Starke. 255 Temple Ave. Telephone 383 I Walnut gt. ,
I 4tchg 10/28 Marke, FlorIdaWATE11PECANS i Itp
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presses the Magic'Touch pushbutton '56 Dodge the most distinctive car 6 acres, completely furnished; I ,
,' frontage on 2 lakes near Keystone No quantity too large.or too small j
control, you will know that this on the road. Heights. M. I... Page. 3743 Lilly Cash market prices. See us be- j I I!
.road Phone. Ex-8-2533 Jacksonville for selling. Dillar Keene, 117 W.
: -, ,.. r4 ..o : daring new 56.Dodge is the newest, There is the power of success-up to Fla. 4tp 10/2 Brown 1..... Phone 187. 12tp' 12/16. t
'.' ;* the most exciting car on the road! !
i: 230 h.p.-in the break-away thrust FOR SALE-Three lots, cor. N. Wal- WANTED' -Registered nurse for 1
S nut and Brownlee St. with 1 frame floor duty from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.I I 1t
of V-8 and 6.
: It is the car born,of success, bom new Dodge engines, bungatow. 1 block house, 1 frame Doctors Hospital. tfchg

for success. Its revolutionary adThere is in the store building 1 metal garage.
the
feel of success Known as A. H. Green property. FOR RENT-Five room furnished i Evinrude
vances are your rewards in the great effortless'ease of Magic Touch push Address Adam Green P. O. Box I apartment. (2$ N. Church St. Motors i iI
646. or 657 N. Walnut St.. Starke. Phone 175W. Will accept small ,
is THE MAGIC TOUCH Dodge advance-a; dividend of button driving. 4tchg 10.28 baby or couple. ltchg Parts .. Service i ii

extra value made' possible by the I II I
Come see and drive the car America

OF TOMORROW greatest sales gain in the industry. is talking'about! New '56 Dodge- BULL-DOZING FILL i Zimmel Runabouts I

There is the look of success in the The Success Car of the Year! DIRT .- LAND CLEARING


i .. Oyster Shell Peat Humus FRED'S MARINE I
I I News flathi New '56 Dodge shatters every American stock car recor']
AAA calls it: "Most amazing demonstration In'automotive history." Bldg. Sand- Paving Driveways CENTER

The Secret. \ I i
OVID LEWIS Temple & Pratt Starke

W. Madison St. Starke PHONE 414-J II
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SANITONE j I PH. S56-W I RADIOS \
REPAIRED
!FOR RENT-Two bedrQom furnished ;
Dry Cleaning FOR RENT-Four room cottage i cottage. $H. No children, All Make All HodeU !
::1. nicely furnished refrigerator and I Available about Oct. 20. For Rent ae.....ble charges narnte ,
lights included $35 per month.
i Apt. No.' 1. 3 rooms nicely furnished CUAS.C.5flEpHft '
PLUS SOfMfF FINISH/ / \ \,' Kingsley Court, Kingsley 4tp Lake.11/4 1 J48No children. % mile from I rM W. tall St. Starke Pfc. Z3I iI
'.S City limits on Bessant Rd. Rt. 1,
4 I
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The New Miracle finish for cS. -" .. Box 440. Left turn at .Call St.
bridge. 1 mile tfchg POWER MOWERS For Rbt and ,
BILL SOTO fa'eWe service what we sell. ,
Woolens and Wool-like fabrics! LOST-Prown pumpkin colored butt Tiny's Service Station, Temple ,
I SIGN SHOPOne head cow. Finder notify Brad- Avo ttchgLICENSED
..':. i 1 for County Sheriff's office. '
2tp 10/14 WELL DRILLER.
% Sam
Now it makes no difference how \ .. 14.r Mile South Jordan. We guarantee Water. !
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Phone 52362, Mtlrose,
often you have your favorite wool -. On Keystone Highway Fla. llUi
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and wool-like I k REAL ESTATE
garments dry S SS Phone 178-L
FOR SALEThree i FOR SALE 2 miles
south of
cleaned. Not if we do it! We are : I 8 acres, $8011.00. Joe Hampi -
B. Oliver
All Types SignsFOR beautiful lots In exdutUermldrBtial \
specially licensed to provide S 1015 S. E." 16th St.. Ft. Lauderdale -
ertUn of StarLeKuilablr Fla.
San it PLUS '. I 4tp 10/8
one Dry Cleaning for uparloai koaiea.New
; RENT to nice ladyE'edroomand
SOFT-SET for woolens! wellas t
as of
kitchen privileges on edge
two bed room home onBlending I WILL BUY from owner. lots
town. Boyer Ranch Route 16, I or
the new miracle fabrics that < Iloulnard, BUuenryniBktrurtlon. acreage, vaunt or Improved prop
resemble wool. I 'S \ ,.S\ S .. Phone 28R. ltchg new ready for oernpanrr. erty, within as mile of Starke. J.
,
Priced right for quirk E. \Vall 711 Laura St., or write
Dirt's gone..spou too, and -k PINE ACRES PARK ,&al. (;.n. n..1.. St.rke. tfchg..
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full body is retained. Coats suits -
I I ISO nrrrn of ncll drained land RUBBER STAMPS made to order
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and dresses keep their smart \ 'S, .. ", S. .< Large building lots 100x300 I! within he mllra of MlddlebnrK \ daters, numberers, notary seals
55 facsimile
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drape indefinitely.Try us and see : S and over, less than 2 miles S.E.f I on Blandlng IHgnway. Ideal Tt'legraph. Bradford County
location for development e"tor tf
the amazing difference. Phone 1 1 ) Starke and only 200 ft. off prl;ate c.tatc.. Price 00.00 per Iz.% PAID ON SAVINGS

for service today. .-_ iighway 100 (Palatka Road). STATE BANK _- KEYSTONE KEY.-

I Drive in on the new graded en- FarnUhed FOR Ito..KENT_ nt Kin|(.Icy I BER STONE FDIC.HEIGHTS, FLA., J4EX-

1I trance road at creek bridge for Lake. Available to seasonal or

talk with owner. The lots have permanent occupants.Florida FOR ame SALE-Nice House. 2 Bedroom
Brothers Motor Co. Modern Bath and
STARKEDry Hardy minor restrictions. Good title Realty Co. ivtohen.Cold Runmntr Gas Water.Heat. Hot Plentiful and

I and abstract.C. Of StarkeReal landscamne and Pecan trees.
Highway fronta e. Bus SerVicI
Cleaners and E. Boedecker Estate Broker 33 Acres. Will Sell :
325 Temple A,.. Phone 383 or Trade All
PHONE 69 PLYMOUTH Starke, Fla. 11111 or Part. Owner leavine state.
j DODGE Starke. Florida F. P. Peters Route 2. Box 90.

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STAKKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955

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interested in the business of the gett at Long Branch Cemetery sister, Evelyn Mosely. I I

other. Many of you are membersof Sunday afternoon. Dick Starling and son of Heil-'
both Mr., and Mrs. M. L.. Thompsonof *
groups. bronn were guests of the Lacey
The Farm Bureau will have Jacksonville stopped by for a VISIT CALL WRITE
Normans last while his
Sunday
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n charge of the supper. President J. short visit with the Lacey Nor
They' had Mrs. Thompson'sfather wife and daughter were dinner
R. Kelly is already planning fora mans. I
good meeting. You are invited. Sonny GriffIS of Lawtey, guests of the Albert Normans. INC-
with them; taking him back to Raiford :Manning of Jackson- MARION FINANCE COMPANY
f..yyyyyyTyyyyyy.HIGHLAND the doctor for a checkup on his ville visited the L. M. Normanslast !

eye which was infected about a week. P. O. Box 446 .. GAINESVILLE
i year ago. Winfred Wilkinson of Jacksonville __
Uncle Tim Blackburn has been and Leonard Wilkinson of .
Sin. Lacy Norman moved to Riverside Hospital. Maxville attended church services .; 218 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE ., .
:By Ceo. T. Huggins By
Shirley Smith has had a throat here
Sunday.
County Agent PHONE FR-6-5333 COLLECT >
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. infection. Larry is better of _: ,
Agricultural Extension Ser ice ... Sunday School attendance was -
and Mrs. Bill Crews of mumps.A off a little last Sunday. Attend-
Strawberry Setting Fever cations of dust. Jacksonville visited Mrs. :Maggie shower was given recently ance, 102; Bibles brought, 86;
With a good rain early in the I October 28 Important Crews last Saturday afternoon. at the home of :Mrs. \V. C. Har- prepared lesson, 93; offering, $70.- Slftft.00
week, interest Is increasing in Cattlemen and Farm Bureau Mrs. Janie Knighton and son of dee for, Helen Starling. After a 90. $25.00 LOANS S
strawberries. Bradford acreage bon members will hold a joint meeting Charlotte, N. C. are visiting here number of games, refreshmentswere Services as follows: Sunday
the climb. This is the year on the evening of this date. this week. served. School 9:45: a. m. Worship services
for you to come back and help Each organization will have interesting i Several from here attended funeral Floyd Norman spent Sunday 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Prayer
boost our acreage and interest. discussions. Each group is services for Buddie Pad- night in Jacksonville with his Services each Wed., 7:30 p. m.
If you have land prepared, don't I -
-wait now, start setting. It is dan-

gerous to set on a bed that is m _

tion freshly covered made that if has there not.is rotted.vegeta .r ', a. p W: ",:.; <-': J Ilk'; f ,7.''. ak.

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Inquire around and you can ". .w'. '-Y' '...'. : 'N'" It '
fine good plants here in the < \.> N"'w ;.: N'L:;: :' t"/": : f....

county. Florida 90 variety is tak- #
ing the lead, but there will still ,.- -

be some Missionaries around. .:.. ,, ..... ,
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Inoculate Legumes .; "
Planting legumes, like lupinesand
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clover, without inoculation is
just like getting your crop on
the turn of a card. 0I
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By inoculating legumes you .:#:
make it possible for them to use f. ,.,
nitrogen from the air from their I ., .
growth. It gives young plants a ..i
good start, and goes a long way I'.n1,

toward insuring a good crop. ; )
In buying the inoculant, be sure .:',
to check the following points: (".
age of the culture, as indicated ,
.by a date on the can; list of
plants the culture is designed to '
inoculate; the amount of seed the
inoculant will treat, and the di- '.
rections for applying. Past experi '.
ence has proven that for clovers, a'h.
it pays' to use 3 to 5 times the
amount suggested on the can.
For lupine, use twice as much.
The inoculant will stick better if
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little in the water. .',, ,' .. ."' "'., .
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Cattlemen heard. as More never Begin Beef before.will CampaignEat be Cattlemen seen and ,; jI; : : y 1 F : :' : ( 'lV! ;, :, ;


hope that the people will eat ; rkli't' .
more beef than ever before. i V !
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This concentrated campaign is ',., ;'
to be financed by the cattlemenon ,: n'iS

a.basis. of a lOc .per animal ; AC.R',v ,
contribution. This will be on.animals 1 4 kTNpgx' .'\'- v.... "
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sold for slaughter. Each ? 5 e \, ,'.
cattleman agreeing to participatewill v ...... __.....u.-,. .... ,_"' ',,\" .v... exv
sign a card which is mailedto .
the state association head- '\, '-.",.
.,.
quarters. Cards are at our office.If ., '
you agree to this contribution, 1. '
the lOc per animal will be taken '., /1: .
out at the sale, or for animals not s..1 ., \,: t"b '
going through a public sale, you a.r y ",
wiU mail in the contribution.All .
Cattlemen will benefit from I T'w
this program. You are urged to 'j
shrre in it. The program was ? '-
planned by a group of our own
cattlemen. Several of our cattle- I ,
men have already signed up. d I '. ;; ,\. ?'

Chinchbugs in Lawns :-:' :. !: .. v'
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problems have ',4VV. : 4 :
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come to our attention and Chinch-
{.tHE'STAR CHIEF 44>OOR CATAttNAIntroducing J
bugs were found'to be the trouble. '
Irregular dead spots in the grass ; ': .
are usually signs of the insects. I :

You can spot them by very close $L.1 .f ./.. -: -;? .
examination, but they are so ,. }
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tiny and fast that they are hard
to see. They will be found around
!
the edge of the lawn spots and f'
where the yellow ring is usually } S
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observed. / '''//5 .":w.v:.. .J... : _
DDT will kill them. One pintof .\ ... '. ,
25 per cent emulsion; one half .cov .x\ j /, j. a
pound of 50 per cent wettable "
powder or 5 pounds of 5 per cent '> v
j \
dust per 1000 square feet of lawn 1 "
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area.Wet ,. ., '.. ;i1J c.,
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lawn well before applying /, '' i; <'I ;"" 'M
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spray Wet lawn following appli- .

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RICH A BIG AND VITAL' \ A new Strato-Flight yra- -coupled


TOP SOILSee _. 'p' with Pontiac's 227-H.P. Strato-Streak V-8-

---.,- GENERAL MOTORS v J


BILL JACKSON .. results in performance so new and dramatic


Jackson Phone Transfer 165 Company .. AUTOMOTIVE FIRST"! it must be experienced to be believed!

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FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S With all that's newest in glamour-and all that's greatest 2. 'A completely new Straw-Flight Hydra-Matic* to make today a date that you'll long remember.

ill "go" the fabulous '56 Pontiac now awaits: lour that delivers this terrific 'go with'n smooth surge of There's smart, new beauty and luxury for America's

JUST ONE hands onthe, wheel. power at any speed. most distinctive car the safety of big brakes and

'FRIGIDAIREMade And when you drive it, you will get the biggest With this great team, you now sweep swiftly from road-hugging size the security of a smooth new ride

only by General I ,. thrill in all your motoring experience takeoff to top performance with the silent ease of a and sure.footed cornering.

Motors Corp. All other ; because this car is really loaded! sailplane. There are many, many other things which mark this

Electric Refrigerators are I The big and vital General Motors 'First', which You slow down for traffic, peed up for passing, or beauty as the glamorous pattern for tomorrow's care. .

made by other companiesand heads its long list of look-ahead features, couples the gun for a high hill \with the changing{; pressure of your But come in and see for yourself. Take a long look

cannot use the word two most advanced high-performance developments in toe on the accelerator the only sign of effort. at the six luxurious new Four-door and Two-door

Frigidaire. the automobile industry. You may have had it smooth before-but never like Catalina hardtops. Sample, in person, the fabulous results -

{Pant A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE 1. An allneubigbore Strato-Streak V-8, placing this! It literally must be experienced to be believed. of the great General Motors "First".

227 blazing horsepower at your toe-tip. That's plenty-but there's a lot more important news Sure as you enjoy thtilling action, here's your car!
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THEN SEE 55
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E. H. SMITHTenth HOW OH DISPLAY! Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac


and Temple Ave. SEE IT TODAY AT

Starke, Fla. SO. WALNUT ST. STARKE FLA. PHONE 132

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STARKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955


1 that this commandment help 'TTYYYYTTNTf11YTy1 :Faile. SECTION 1 Florida must accompany each bid marked as Instructed in SECTION 2 the best interests of the City of
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people realize that they are the WMU MeetingEighteen p.urln TO BIDDER as a guarantee that in the event of the Specifications, and delivered, Starke. The working days neces-
t SEALED PROPOSALS will be revived the contract is awarded to the bid. through the mail or otherwise, to sary for completion of the proposed
1 only ones that can be stewards of HAMPTON members of Hampton 4 by the City Council of Starke. 'der he will promptly enter into contract the office of the City Clerk. .Improvement as well as the bid
the land. Baptist Church WMU attendedthe Bradford County F'orJda, until I furnish the required bond and The City reserves the right to ,prices, will be used In evaluating
:09: P.M. (Eastern Standard Time), will start actual construction within -I waive informalities tn any bid: to the bids.
Bf Airs. D. E. Hill monthly meeting Friday night, ;an Friday, the Twenty-First day of ten (10) days after receiving reject any or all bids in whole or in I I CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY
A complete soil and water con- Oct. 14, at the home of Mrs. D. October, !Pili, at which time theism notice to start work. part, with or without cause; or to OF STARKE FLORIDA
SOUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH A AA be publicly opened at the City All bids shall be addressed to the accept any rid in whole or in part I IJ By: James A. Lewis, Chairman
servation farm plan was prepared,I E. HilL Halt] City Clerk City of Starke, Florida; that, in its Judgment, will be for Attest: Carl Johns. Clerk.
for Asa JJcKeithen. After discussing The work contemplated !sr the J
Soil Conservation City Financial Report Mrs. Betty May was in charge ,construction of a lift station in the
his farm plan we' were Shows Increase In '55 of the program, and refreshmentswere I City of Starkt-
NEWSBy I at the lot when All materials: furnished and allwr4 .
standing gate served by Mrs. C. L. .e. .pu t 6TFi rsT+ir1'TTl .
Cooper 'r 'i1. 1AI
Both income and outgo for the performed shall be in accordance I
Bill Haas Asa pointed to a pecan tree that this exceed.ed .I and Mrs. HilL Mrs. Frank Thomas ; with the plans and specifications -
city of Hampton year
and contract cocuments per-
dark and remarked,
Soil Conservation Service was green those in last year's report according will be program chairman for taining thereto, which may be examined -
I "you sure can'tell the difference the November meeting, with Mrs. at the office of Robert M.
the financial statementfor ,
to Angas and Associates, Consulting
At their last meeting the Board I when a tree gets some fertilizer. the year ending Sept. 30, prepared Frank Williams and Mrs. George Civil Engineers and Surveyors, Room
Asa is going to use Blue Lupinefor Williams 420 Hildebrandt Building, Jackson-
of Supervisors voted to get copiesof In- by City Clerk W. H. Maxwell as hostesses. Plans were ville, Florida.. ,
the "Eleventh Commandment"and I a winter cover and Hairy made for meeting of the Lottie! Bidders may obtain complete sets
digo for a summer cover crop in Moon Week of Prayer November of plans and specifications, includ- I: -
during
them in prominent 5Now1SuperMCushions
place Income for the year totalled ing Proposal Forms, to be submittedin
places throughout the County. his pecan grove. with Mrs. Charles Hicksas duplicate; form of Bid Bund required -
I to 1929.37, with that from cigarette form of
He also plans plant pine I chairman Of the ; Contract am formof
Ai Eleventh Commandment'"Thou in the open areas in his taxes, 1067.85, being the I programs. Contract Bond required, by mak- I
seedlings
the Holy. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of ing a 5.00 payment at the Engineer's -I
shall inherit
largest single amount. Rental income -
woods this year Oakland Park office (Engineer being the !
Earth as a faithful steward con was $180; taxes $280.95, are visiting here said Robert M. Angas and Associatesfor i I
this week with Mrs. J. H. Saxon each complete set. This pay.
serving its resources and pro- Soil survey mays were made on and 1953 Road and Bridge Tax, PUB SUHUJJd JO }SOD aqj SJ9A03 JuaUI
ductivity from generation-to gen: farms of Loyd Wiggins, R. R. 32171. Lesser amounts from enroute to Virginia for a visit with assembling and is not refundable.A .
their son. bid bond properly executed by
eration. Thou shalt safeguard thy Andrews and Lex Green, all located mower rentals, sale of used brick, the bidder and by a qualified surety by
fields from soil erosion, thy liv- in the New River section. licenses, and a single dollar received Mrs. Joyce Ernest of Ft. Laud- or a certified or cashier's check on
I any National Bank or on a Starke _
ing waters from' drying up, thy I These soils maps or land capability in fines brought up the erdale is visiting this week with Bank, in a sum not less than five
forests from desolation, and pro- maps will show different typesof total to nearly $2,000. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and (5) per rent of the amound bid,
made payable to the City of Stark*. :
tect thy hills from overgrazingby soils as well as the many different Operating expenses were the !family. GOOOjiEARI

thy herds, that thy descend- physical features of the largest outgo: $505.85, out of the I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox and

ants may have abundance forever land. The maps were prepared by total of 204050. These include children. of Putnam Hall were .--.- .- - -- .- -.'
If,\ny shall fail in this steward George Brown, Soil Scientist with salaries for council members, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.G. .

ship of the land, thy fruitful the Soil Conservation Service. clerk, and marshall Street light- C. Cox. ._ _

fields shall become sterile, stony ing totalled $297.49; street maintenance Mr. and Mrs. Milton Misner of COLONIALFLORIST

ground and wasting gullies, and C. C. Crosby, who lives in the $287.43; and labor and Flint, Mich. are the parents of a I /sa'e1ILkI 4-

thy descendants shall decreaseand Bayless Highway Church section, pipe fittings for relocating the : son born October 9. Mrs. Misneris ::1 SIZE400XI4PIUS

live.in poverty or perish from used the District's grain drill. V. water main and lowering lateral the former Jean Parker, and TAX ANDRECAPPABLE

off the face of the earth." I' R. Ferguson also used the grain pipes\ when streets were paved, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Parker are liT TIRE 7

It is the hope of the District drill to plant winter feed. Purchase of grandparents.Miss -
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Shirley Barker and Arthur PHONE 218 OTHER SIZES AT f1W
I mower this summer came to
i $195; with most of this to be Ramsey of Gainesville were week SIMILAR LOW PRICES rCaodyears

counted for trade-in value on a end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Madison (i) dependable Super-Cushions have ex- B U Y '
Lee. NO
heavy duty mower the council clusive Triple-Tempered Rayon Cord body for w ON ,

WANTED MILLION POUNDS voted to purchase at last week's I Mr. and Mrs. Willard M. Jones extra strength, famous Stop-Notch Tread Design EASY TERMS i..

meeting. visited their sons in Orlando and FLOWERSFor for safer stops and starts the same "traction YOUR OLD T1et

Sanitation, or hauling cans, Cocoa, and friends in Leesburglast : safe" tread design that came on popular 1954 cars! rou* oow N IAYMtNr CAN et
week. All Occasions
came to $182 for the year; 12 PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.25 PER WEEK
Mr. and Mrs. Markalee Normanare
new stop signs placed during the DISH GARDENS I/IItti
last year were .$57.96; commission the parents of a daughter, MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND
PECANSHIGHEST $83.22; and office supplies, Shirley Darlene, born Sunday, POTTED PLANTS
Oct. 9, in Alachua General Hos- P//$ $/ /' .'
includedthe $y//w { ? I"r; f'7w 't7'W7'f"f; : '''.
6350. Lesser expenses .I7$ : ;$;"/ Q// ; ; ;// ,:/; 4/////z h..7/ &..../ ."' .
water bill for the post office,. pital. POTTERY '

labor for the lawn mower, fire I
Flowers JYiredAnywhere SERVICE STATION
protection, mower repairs memberships WANTEDPECANSNo GOODMAN'S 1\1\
in the league of munici-
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the marshal's
palties, siren for
watermelon small Cash market prices. See I U. S. 301 at South City Limits 1
and for the .
entry
car us before selling. Dillard Keene, Nona St. Starke '
MARKET PRICESNo
Starke Fla.
festival. 11'7' W. Brownlee, Starke. I I

Receipts for the year ending : ;. -.: : -' = < 1 :
Sept. 30 1954 were $1,777.29,

compared to the $1,929.37 this

year; and $1,894.81 was paid out

Quantity Too Large the previous year," in comparisonto (
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September 30, 1955. Balance on
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fiscal year was $795.92.

Baptist T. U. Class
SEE US BEFORE SELLING Holds Supper Party t ()

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DILLARD KEENE -- Baptist Church at Santa Fe

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