Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03390
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rciI. Knight Resignation Accepted Voters To Decide
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rp. Futch Appointed \ Protection

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z. PostI Charges Attack
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Mack: Fut<:h to the county attonu-y and ,\ .h.inded t to t the voters Tuesday ,
enmity pro-i-aitinjj i .\ :i'J-yi-ar-old:
:: !>\ tile County Commissioneis.Presented Sanipxui ( 'it:ty; man :tt a | ::
attorney pots to replace Ilolli.Knight ulm :sulmiitted hi.-: if\K i before Bradford County Jtidjre T. A. pn.limIl.r'I: I
resignation last week and : a petition signed by ; ,!
I rapped the l'ommi".i./I. on it.- was bound over to the ("ircuil Court
truck rental I HI landowners representing 97.- ; ( ( <> awa.: : lu- .

Three commissioners policies., If. A. SMj acres of Bradford's land the ;; action on a charge of f raping .a 17-year-od! Negro girl i n i r, .

(muddy I Bishop Jr.. E. L. Craw- : Political Dope I i onimissioners agreed to place<< the Lawtey. ;' Ted Duncan's
1-v.ue the ballot in The accused man. James Bryan. question :::t L- -
on the
This Is The City Ot Starke? ford and Mrs. Jessie Chastain. \\ h"11 six: ..It>{.tl'tl officialget election in November. general I I i j i is being held in County Jail without .;testifying separately: M.I i:: .
voted in
favor of appointment i
bond. came to the house of the ix-\e ,
together the di..u..i..lll1atuntl- | -
n..('() ni/l' Starke? This i is the way I'n'nersity of combined go\eriiinental building, for oth city and i with Commission Chairman I ly turns tu I.lithThat' '... District Forester Frank Lee, in The attack took place Satur- ''old about 1:30: Satuidiv .u-
Carl Prevatt and Commiswoner M. presenting petitions, told thej
Florida plannersisiiaIiAe the rity after a Jlrolt",1o.rhalll county. Buildings: nearest the camera comprise the ., \\hat happened at ( I j board members that the day afternoon on a dirt road near 'j said he wanted to hire .1 -;.Il .
i O. Harrell abstaining.Knight's ; lit'I required I
and a major one at that! This i.. a shopping district. The through street from left County Commission inert i I acreage was exceeded by about I 1 Sampson City after Bryan had I j wash diapers for hi.- baby h. .I'
I resignation was accepted .
photograph of a scale model and the camera is to right; is Madison. Notice that Call St.. StarkeSpresent Tiicsda.and. one of the commissioners 10.000 acres. hired her and an IS-year-old girlfriend I the night before.
by a unanimous vote. ,
looking from South tu North. Only familiar landmarks "main dra:;." i.. completely gone. It is replaced I i ga\e a good piece of I to "wash baby diapers" i j After some discussion the Uii: -
Fifty cent of Bradford I
: Commissioner Bishop counteredKnight's au' iii' to ui't('uuult'r'. in the per the gul I test Ifa',!. agreed to go together The .i' .
remaining are the Courthouse (the |point of with "rail :Mali, a walkway solely for |ndestrains. -- "I County land needed to be represented j! .
charges by saying.
arrow number I rests exactly on the steeple) and IS.. SOl! has been shifted (it Ilarall..1tht' !I|I'can't understand why, in all these field. I on the petitions. This In answer to Sutr Attorney. ;i testified that H!.\I1 : .,' .
"If I not to '
to fu\or but
you are going ; get one to,0
the Seaboard Railroad tracks (arrow 2). The railroad tracks in the picture), and the built- years he didn't bring it before I i would amount to SS.201! acres. Lee,
1,I up anyone, h<* '..aid11I1 shoulddo Both girls said that I llni'!
Courthouse. to be transformed into a museum was ing between the highway and the tracks' i is combined 'now if he thought something I City And County 1
twice a. much for the( one said.A stopped outside of Stark. ,.11! ',...,
allowe l tu survhe as a relic of the past. :Modernistic railroad-but station. Present site of the Teli wrong was going on." ulio voted against you as y Oil ; vigorous dissent by Lex way to Sampson City and hoiml.a / !:

building to the left of the Courthouse is the IralhfllIl.1% be a park and wading pool. All I'oliticul do for the 11111'ho \oted for i Green who said he was appearingat ; couple cans of beer. They .-.1. .

"It's all political" Bishop added! you. It may lie that \1I1lant I the request of several taxpay- Favor Plan For he urged tjIem to dnn< .von;,' bir

"It all boomeranged from some him ." I ers. went unheeded by the commifHioners. -
on vour side' next tilll!: they refused.
Folks Said To 'Do Something! ._ .
thing that doesn't amount to
any- The girl who
brought Ih,- .rh.ti, ;
thing." If over half of the landowner Youth
RecreationA PS against Bryan said i he stopp!

In his letter of resignation Starke SchoolsShow 'I ask for it how can we refuse to the car on a dirt road neat SIP: ;

Starke In MiniatureA Knight: said he was relinquishing I' present it to the people?" Commissioner son City and came around to. h- I

the posts because of "irreconcilable J I. A. ( Buddy ) Bishopa I dt-iiiiit.! .st.nt t mi .1 i terieationprogram I i side! and grabbed her The t'ttgui .

differences of rental r lIed. ( for th.- '
opinion" over IncreaseEnrollment youth of Brad ran.

ot a truck used for impounding Green contended that the meas- ford County seemed assured this i She said she was able to/ ii' >

cockroach the size of the Starke Woman's Club Building scampered over the top j,i cattle roaming the highways. j ore will burden the small land- I week when the Board of County herself from the man's I hit h
Bradford High and lurked in its shadow., while a Buick-sized silverfish wiggled frantof In effect Knight charged the in Bradford County owner for the benefit of the large i Commissioners, meeting Tuesday and the two girls ran down th-'

icallv] down the Seaboard Railroad tracks. I I. commission had knowingly ovei- schools was pretty close to the second corporations who 011a large I j mOl ning. agreed to make avail-' road but Bryan caught them wit.:

"They use oatmeal in 1 1I i: paid approximately $3,400 in truck i i ij class day mark last year] quantity of Bradford timber. i ii' j,i able a $700 fund for this purpose .)''the car.
making1 j lucky," commented Patterson whc ning on a large scale. Starke \ :': '
Ii rental since 1952. i the school He said that these large during the current fiscal It was at
these things, and it doesn't take ; j'.I as year got off this com- this point that tlv
the insects long to find it." commented ] stood wearing holiday short pantsin i I like thousands of other communities -:; In 1952, the regular rental of an j'I I week to what officials termed a, panies have stifled expansion, thus, I I year. I attack took place after Bryari
the middle of a cluttered storage in the nation is likely to 'just'
I j I start. individuals are getting less land I The action was taken at the pulled the
the bespectacled young i impounding truck was dif.'ontinu-j'"quiet" I I i younger girl from the
the !
college professor who flicked an room on University of grow. !! ed and the sheriff was instructed;i ij School Supt. Harmon Morgansaid I to tax !,, request of a committee repre- road they said.
Florida campus. I "The future it faces includes a | !
impatient finger at the silverfishand "It's still a small town. Yet,, dreary downtown area cluttered j) "to secure necessary transporta-' that a total of 3,010 students,. i "They can bludgeon their ownj senting the united civic groupsof i Under questioning from Duncanthe

then heaved the town of j tion if and when needed." I 11j I white and Negro have registered bills through in Tallaha.!' ce and L Starke, who appeared before,I girl said she told Bryan after!
it's on the verge of sharing Flori no. clobbered is a better word j I ('
Starke flat a table. raise the taxes," he said. the Commissioners in the morning 'the attack that "I
upon da's terrific growth. You know,I with honking traffic. j|II Knight's charges state that since J so far this year. The enrollmentshould i and wouldn't tell
Scale < that time in On this Green City Council at 8 p. I so he would bring me back." She
Model we predict a population of 10,000>I i "Sweating motorists will cruise $3,400 in $100 monthly pick up the next coupleof I point. was hittingat
The protestor was T. \V. Patter- within 20 installments have been paid to weeks, he said. I statements from proponents of m. in the interest of a parttimert'Creation i! said she had not given her ronsen'
years. j jl
|I impatiently for an open parking [ (I
son of the University of Florida's "This means Starke is small I 11meter' then irritably dash into various persons" for truck rent Last year's second day enrollment l- the fire protection program who I II ) program for the young! j': before the act.

College of Architecture. The enough to change yet potentiallybig stores|: for hasty purcha: s. It's al. stood at 3,026. I have stated that the most it can !:'j''people of the county. Each body In the meantime her friend ra".
"town of Starke" was scale I' cost under law is three was asked to appropriate $1.000, f to the house of Clifford
a enough to make change worth. sidewalk jungle where every Payments since February 1953 j The Starke Elementary and L cents an i 1 for this Browningwho
model in which the visionary hile. 1 II 'have ,acre. purpose during the current drove her back to Lawtev
\\ Consequently Starke is i downtown trip is a safari and gone to J. W. Barden and \I.High School reported slight enrollment i- i :

dreams of city planners were lucky because of its potential. every purchase is brought home as. ]Fate Brown. both deputies to'' 1 gains the I Lee pointed out that if the' year. The 17-year-old said that Bryan
pictured through the use I' | I Sheriff !I over Bradford i The Council met the request: let her out of the car in Stark
generous I'nlucky Too la: major hunting trophy." \ P. D. Reddish. i j year. At the high school 810 I voters approve the measure -[
of hatpins, toothpicks sponge. tiny "But Starke is unlucky too. It's' Policies Defended !' authority can be granted for: j ji with a sympathetic ear but made She said she then went to se\'prai;
Just how would the I, ]pupils have entered the school again !
planners no definite commitment.
bits of wood and paint. I unlucky because people are still I Defending the truck rental' i up to a two mill levy to initiate It was I stores. finally telling E J Dah-
re-create Starke? of 31 last The
"Starke is both lucky and un blind to the importance of plan- policies which have created so'j J over year. the project. (Continued on 1'age Four) (Continued on Page Four)
Sile Unchangedin Elementary School has reported
I much furor. Harrell said the sys- U In Bradford only a .7 mill levy !, .
the broad scheme of !9 70 students enrolled a gain of
things. : (tern was begun "to save the taxpayer would be required to proide the'' Starke Youth
the size of present Starke would 1 47. Badly BurnedIn
Fight Vandalism '
Against ( money. approximately 13,500: needed. i!
not be vastly changed. West I' School officials the
Harrell said that The
the commis-
petitions were sponsored by |
Starke would he largely residents|I! is authorized to furnish transportation ;school programs got underway the Bradford Soil Conservation Explosion Of LanternA

Pledged By City CouncilCity '! ial. with homesites carefully tuat- ( and stated that an at- Tuesday with a minimum ef con Difitrict. the Farm Bureau and ;

ed on winding access roads instead ,torney general's opinion has de- f fusion. "Calm, peaceful, quiet and the Cattlemen's Association. Under Starke youth i is in "serious condition" in Bradford

Council members Tuesday night advanced proposals of major highways. t} ,fined transportation as including orderly" were the terms they the program the Florida ForI I County Hospital suffering from severe burns

] to declare war on vandalism in Starke. South Starke. in the areas or'' truck, driver and maintenance." I i used to describe the first day. ;': est Service erects towers and fur- a of
The need to fight property destruction in the city wasalso Edwards Road and the Brooker "The board felt that when you Principal Beecher T. Payne;, nishes the necessary equipment group were

one of the major points argued in favor of converting railroad spur would be zoned at I get. so many items involved the j taking over the reins at BHS. told and personnel to control fires. [$22,000 Value i on a shrimping expc( tion.
Louis Wise .
a Buick recently industrial. East Starke, between |taxpayers fare better if a flat fee I the students that the rules were was reported to hi
acquired by the city into a second patrol I I I "burned
car. 1 the Seaboard mainline and Church, j is set." Harrell said. With t.' c oing to be tightened on such Committee To Choose I seriously, but getting
St.. would be the warehouse I' along as well as can be
Police and councilmen area. ,j$100 rate "we know what we are hings as the use of automobiles expected"

wave of vandalism has said a I have been knocked out. Along the major highways, tourist (Continued on Page Four) and leaving the school grounds. ,!:Candidate For Vacant Starke Churches .I by his physician. Dr. H. H. Ad-
sprung up
"Anyone convicted vandalism i centers (restaurants, motels) ams. Louis has second and thirn
within the last couple of weeks
in city court. no matter who he would be restricted to certain I I II I Peace Justice Race degree burns on the stomach

the with major road signs targets and of street the culprits.lights 'I' is, will get the maximum sentence( area!; ( largely where they are now |Conflicting Testimony Is Brought Out I t The Democratic Executive Com Begin Buildings chest, throat, arms and hands
l '
against him" Mayor \\ T. situated*Iith generous gaps of youth whose 20th birthda\
Plant Supt. Riley Was- 'i mittee will meet Saturday to nom-
Jackson declared. is
open countryside in-between. today (Friday*, hit
dm said many of the street stop I I inat a justice of the for was by a
signs have been smeared City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr.!I A strip of several miles, com- In Preliminary Hearing On Fondling peace sheet of flames when the gaso-
with blue 'I i j District 1 to fill the candidacy left ; Building programs with a tot 11 l line lantern
pointed out that the maximumfor pletely encircling the city, would j he was carrying exi -
paint and many have been uprooted I vacant by the recent death of Alex 'value estimated at around $22.00'(0
I such acts is :iOO fine be zoned I i ploded while he four
and bent. a $ or 90)i u permanently agricul- have been launched an d j other
] L. Barnes. by two atarke':1 If
Wasdin also said he spent a : days in jail or both. ''tural. Conflicting testimony regarding the fondling of four|i The meeting is scheduled for 10 :j churches. boys were returning from a

half day this week doing nothing I The wave of vandalism empha. Downtown Not Cluttered small girls was heard Friday as County Judge T. A. Yawn a. m. in the Courthouse. | The foundation for a Sunda shrimping expedition Monday >

but replacing streetlights which !r zed the need for the second patrol "This means." said the stocky I held a preliminary hearing on charges faced by Carl John i Mr. Barnes, nominee for the school and education building ha Green night on Cove the St. Johns River near

car. Asst. Police Chief Riley university protessor. tnat oiarKe son. I' I ,post, died about two weeks agOj'; 'been laid at the Church of GO d Springs.!
Sweat pointed that with only one will not grow cluttered in the The judge has not yet ruled on molested Pat MrGfiff. i jjj the party with
Council DiscussesClamping : each individually. They I following a heart attack. sanctuary at 422 St. Clair St. amwork d
!|car the culprits can do their dirty downtown area with skyhighreal the disposition of the case. If he said coins from his pocket fell .I has also started on a new Louis, said that after the flame

work while the car is at the other estate prices stifling growth. finds sufficient cause the case will upon their bed. I ,addition at the Church of Christ, struck. Louis ran a short distant

end of town. "When Starke is ready to expand i be bound over to the Circuit Court The coins played a rather important .Politics QuietCity ''f 35 McMahon St. I and rolled in the sand to extinguish -

Down On The council members .tiburban housing and shop- the fire. The other bmsll
agreed to docket and will!! be considered by role in the testimony J. T. Kirkland treasurer of U ?.
use the Buick for ping districts are established outside wrapped him in blanket
city patrol use. the grand jury. : a
since some of them were returned Church of God, said the new cot 1'
The car was confiscated during a the agricultural zone, where Johnson. 52, has pleaded not to Johnson after the parents came Campaign 1 crete block structure has been estimated The fire victim was rushed t..

Big Dad Payments ;moonshine running expedition by land prices are reasonable. Thus guilty to fondling the four girls home. Crux of the issue was to cost about $12.000 but the Naval Air Station where emergency -

its former owner. '.you have another 'Starke' growing while he boarded in their rural whether they were Liken fromJohnson's with donated labor and suppliesthe : treatment and morPhineWere

It will be equipped with a radioto nt'arbyithout clutter and home a few miles north of Starke. pocket while he dozen In Last Week final price may be less. administered. Pat said Ther
Proposals to lid ugliness Between the two Starkes ,
put a the he
1| facilitate 1 was
its work. The children involved are three or they fell upon the bed. brought to the hospit.i'
money now being paid monthly to will be a mile or two of pleasant The new building which will be
the Big Manufacturing Co. Referring to the city's dire financial countryside and uncluttered road- sisters, aged 9, 8, and 3, and their Johnson, cross-examining the 8- about 75: feet long and 25 feet .

were d.scussed at the Starke City straits. City Clerk Carl way." cousin, aged 7. The incident oc-i year-old, secured the admission \. The five candidates for three wide will house several clasrtooms.'Half Louis was trying to adjust t th.'
Johns declared. "If could curred on a Saturday night threeweeks that had been lantern when the
Council we catchhe money taken from of the building will be constructed blast occurre1
meeting Tuesday night. j about changes in theContinued City Council posts are coming
t: vandals the car would for ago. j his pockets. The child Pat said. He said the accident
pay to allow for com'ersioninto hat'-
tut no decision reached. ( on I'a:. Four) j into the home stretch of what I'.
tself. Johnson's defense, as developed denied it. pened atout .
a large assembly 10:15"p. m
"We ought to freeze that thing hAlthough as teen a quiet campaign. The room.
somewheie." Airs. Ruby Johns de In support of thes? arguments during the hearing is that he was the children's testi- day of decision is set for Tuesday. Kirkland: expects the work to I Others in the expedition \\ itt r.

clared. "I never have: found if the records were referred to which Couple Injured partially disrobed and was dozingon mony was in general agreement, About lSOO'oters are regis-,1, e complete in six months to a Louis and Pat were Lex Gre.-r
showed that the city collected a sofa when the two eldest some details varied. The oldest Jr. Walter
the is Jennings
money being paid: for a approximately red and eligible to go to the polls year. :i and Geoi /
$11.500 from fines in children! pilfered change from the of the three said: Johnson molested Canova.Louis'.
specific length of time what.
or to choose three men to help guide, "We are going to try to pay forit
I The protests were raised over the last fiscal year $3.000 more In j Crash On 301 pocket of his trousers. them twice within a period of a the city's policies during the next i as we go along," he said. mother said the doctor

, money hieh the council donate than anticipated. j He said he told them to return few minutes, while the others re- two years. had been giving him dextrose an !
I The new wing being added to
monthly to the company an "These receipts can be attributed the money or "I'll have your dad- memtered only one occasion. The'oters will choose between the Church of Christ is estimated transfusion would be needed m iday
amount equal to the plant's utility to the new equipment," Johns A couple from Havana, Cuba I dy take a paddle to you. Testimony agreed as to circumstances three incumbents and two challt o cost around $10,000 and will be or two.

bill. The payment. which amounts said. i Johnson's contention was that when the parents returned He is
were hospitalized Wednesday afternoon engers. Seeking reelection are used for Sunday school rooms and the son of Mr and Mr-\

to about $230 monthly. is routed Sweat said the new car would 1 after their car was the children leveled the fondling home. The older girl told her ,Council Chairman James A. Lewis, offices.In Louis Chester Wise of 5.18 Nor.n

through the Chamber of Com pa for itself in a month. smashed in a collision with an charges at him to escape punish- mother who struck Johnson and T.] C. (Cliffy, Hazen Jr., and Ewell! Walnut St.
other conri'.ruction
merce to Bradford Enterprises a i i ice cream truck on U. S. 301 ment from the parents. ordered him out of the house. L wson. activity.Dr.

private group which was instrumental north of Starke. Judge Yawn took testimony The sisters' father testified he Lewis is chief for H. H. Adams was issued a
Gibson Announces 1 from three oldest permit to built a $26.000 home oEa.t Dog Catcher's Bill
m securing the plant for the girls. He told Johnson to stay around unt he Telegraph. Hazen is a Sin-
Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown j Call St.
tarke."That. sharply censured mothers of the til the
girls examined
were by a
said the man, Charles N. Fer- I Clair bulk dealer ana Lawson is
money could be used to Adult Education ; girls when they attempted to physician but Johnson left. He i in, the meat business. Others receiving permits included I- Causes Review
gueredo, suffered minor le
for in the only !\ them. J. %V. Thomas for a $10.000
pay city. prompt
sewage ,, was apprehended a few days later -
their hats into
Mrs. John said. : injuries but his wife had "prettybad He also the home: George Carter for a $3.000
Classes For Fall \ head injuries." closely questioned at his home in Jackson Conn- :the political arena are W. H. By CouncilmenThe
"Bat that might stop the need girls in an effort to determine if ty. home near the Farmer's Market,
: (Billy) Noegel, Starke automo-
for sewage. too." Clerk Johns re- Brown said the accident occurred they knew the seriousness of testifying -. Johnson told Yawn he had been and J. R. Corbett for a residenceon
1 bile dealer and Joe Andrews III,
l The adult education i!? ; Starke City Council Tuesday
plied. He pointed out that without program after the truck driven by' under oath. 1 convicted "four or five times" on I Alton Rd. to cost between $3,-
:associated witn the Andrews
the plant workers there would ,i slated to get underway soon with Bobby Ray Evans of Jacksonville All of the testimony generally drunkenness charges. but othert' 1 C.. Mot I Ior 00 and $5,000.Recent whether night they were would undecided rather haw r,r

not be as many families to need enrollment set for Sept. 12. School went out of control on wet pave- ;agreed on the points that Johnson wise had no criminal record. | Xoegel has run for the council dogs or
sewer lines. I Supervisor Larry Gibson said this ment. veering to the left and.' boarded at the home, that he and Medical examination showed the on three previous oocasions, twice J Births ; The tough: decision was pressed
But Johns conceded that there'niould week. smashing into the car head on. the parents had wen drinking and girls not Johnson i I i
were raped. was
]being nosed out by one vote mar- ,i i Jon the council member bv a bil''
be a maximum. The Brown said the car, a 1956 had left the children unattended The '
for Bradford
Typing and bookkeeping courses I charged handling and fondling I g w. I County Hospital'announces :; presented by dog catcher RUTOH
thing shouldn't be left open." i will be offered on Wednesdays at Plymouth, was a total loss. It belonged while they took a trip to Palatkaand female children under 14 years in i! The candidates are campaign-i the following" births: !J Hornsby. According to Hornsby's

In other the activities council approved -' .::30 p. m. in the business de.I l to an automobile rental return, that Johnson was left a "lewd, lascivious and indecent I'I i:ng under the prospect of being Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead i i bill he nabbed 55 pooches during

Holtzendorf appointment of Ben,' partment of Bradford High School,I I I company. Brown said. alone -with the children while: the manner, without intent to commit elected to a council facing a crit- 'tf I Lake Butler, a daughter, August!! and at $3 a dog the bill

to the police force to' Gibson said. i; Evans posted a $150 bond on parents came into Starke. rape." jj,cal financial problem. I(jlotte] Diane Aug. 29. :\ was totaled at $165.
replace Truman Norman. Holtzen-1, I charges of the'vehicle
failing to have From this
dorf has served Courses in basic: subjects lead- point the testimony. The possible penalty is different City Clerk Carl Johns reported Mr. and Mrs. John Fuquay )fI 1 j Though some of the members
the under
on control
force "off and previously for I ing to a high school diploma are and causing -! varied widely. !jI under two separate statutes. One I ecently that the revenue for the S tarke, a son, Robert Edwar,::1 I ;' seemed to doubt that a rity with-
on five or six j accident. !
j I Johnson stuck by the story that | provides a maximum of 10 years ; 31. out stray dog was worth the
years." Mayor W. T. Jackson said. scheduled with mathematics on. i ,, next fiscal year will barely cover Aug. i j
At about the time !
same another the girls pilfered from his
pockets; imprisonment. Another i W. T.
Clerk Johns reported that the Monday, English on Tuesday, ; wreck occurred the New provides operational expenses. Therefore,I Mr. and Mrs. Robert! M. Mitchell j'money Jackson stood
on 'in
and he threatened themth', 25 but it 1 favor of
Bland.t : also authorizes keeping the
years animals
hough: it has not
Clay Electric Coop manager has: Science on Thursdays and Ameri- :j ing i road just over the Clay -!! punishment. He denied I the crystallized as ,,4 of Starke. a son. Sept. 3.Mr. from loose.
enteringthe judge to commit the violator running
. agreed to eliminate can history on Fridays. an issue the newly elected offi-j
: the i .
$100 minimum ty line when a truck overturned bedroom. and Mrs. J. J. Spencer of1j '
girls' to a hospital for treatment. ials ; "Maybe we ought to let the dogsbye
charge to Starke and substitute Classes will be held in the rear The! driver was J. H. Haggat. of''I The three I will face the problem of j, Starke a daughter.. Sept. 4.Mr. ;
I girls, in somewhat Johnson is being held in County l and put the money into the
a set rate between the two of the USO building and will run I(Green Cove Springs, an employeeof finding more revenue if other and Mr* Leon J. Taylor of recreation "
varying testimony. said Johnson Jail Clerk
under $2,000 bond. $300 on j teach routine program Johns
, counties. from 7 to 10 p. m., Gibson! said. I< Hercu'.ej Powder Co. i! carr into their bedroom and count : i. projects are to be ,I.naugurated. Starke. a son, David Alton, Sept. said, referring to the youth fund

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editorial ..... Diary William Holden role. (
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Deborah Kerr Star
By Sam McGarvey '.
plot aie the unrequited : > e o. t

Who's Helping Who? ..... 1 !hay: sore plantsti.ih he LI.-l'd! In New Florida Film lung \I.uine fo:. M." Ehe-. !ti .,.--.
that Mr ing him to attempted nlll/kr
Says Durban teas: hue
"II a \\ :'. ', 1Jh':1.; of the .
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.. F Hoiden to offer hoi tan! >io't> ti 1 :
lew the
rowS in for h
last week statement garden
Board ":ae
meeting a
At : ,
t a tc ; s < ::> n.(1. t \eisatiie actors, .
.. use but that he will raise none for she dueon't cant : jn>l the ;p.nt: :
was made that if countywide fire control ... market. :.uiil.ainthfi! new tare and personality a young l'haptnIw", > h.. t

established in Bradford: (County the pulp\\u ... : ni'1 to hip richly varied list himself and his wok u snike:.
.. with his role in "The Proud and I'
corporations will disband their fire-fijjhtinkr forces .. Saw our first fox in this area J. by Hoklen's bltt..rl'It..' .'';.it, >:.
.... Pi',fane dramatic love story ,
and NC thousands of dollars annually.At ... this \\eek. It was hanging on o-i: : t with a wartime South Pacific 'of hiai !iMl.
i a bridge out on the Lake Road bt- -Ineu--
background It will be showing at ;
a joint Farm Uureau-Cattlemen's meetin; tween Lawtey and Kingsley it w' t- ( rout llll s
the Florida Theatre
in the courthouse Friday night, this statement rteybody! .noiin,| here is what we'd call a red fox and.i! m-' I through Tuesday. Sunday the Sealed City Bids Coup will II..r be n.i". >.">t.' .L..1 .v:

was discounted! by District) Forester Frank Lee, busy haying and it looks like parently it had been run nee !h'>:. 4p ..... Spoiling short cropped hair and StarXe Flnnd.unit at the! 'sun"in. (11.I.d.i"::>ik" 1.-I'M"'">on

who was present to explain and answer questions they are getting ready for a cold a car. ---- .i 1 :-isii istarhe. Holden snouldiis Tin -dax Stfi... ..i" I i I'\' I' I'I
.it wl lih I' Ii' .d 1 I- i : : I
in connection with the proposed: fire control winter. While cutting hay for the Think hwa> thiougn the part of -i 1\. a W .. '. II":".' i \ 1

unit which will be \oted on in the November winter is by no means new around weather the we had past a two chancy\\ .-,:h.is: 1 t pr TC 'a a t' uch ynia' Mamie ..I tilerN. "I|7 .i' .,t.. U.. .il.-" I.f .. -tt.uq.. ', : f

General Election. Mr. Lee said that nowhere here the hay which is cut and ::.. usedeiet: a'id! pswholosvpii'n 1.-J.1< t'\ i.a .. ',: M, ..." \
Whereas it had been wry hot up ... .'... .' ..
to his knowledge had the pulpwood companies stored now is a great deal better to that time, almost over night It :11/ / .1 j-'isi ep'.b'e: '! I led ('r io,- -,. -; 1 'n >'! :' ''. t.. --".' ,\r!_ i.

disbanded or even curtailed their fire con than the kind cut years ago, be- changed and from that time nnwe're ',\ uki>1 i l'd'1 I ill! Ke1: bm tit -.> t "t i.r r .r.' -. i'. i : t
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trol forces in counties where units are established fore the days of Pensacola :Jiahia, had [ .: t B. '1 h I I"( '- H !
much more com OIt: lit- :
The I-awtt-y Linns Club i is making progress on Itprojl'.t to on\ert .
for instance. : \ -
by laThe \\'. mornings and nights. I
the oM shipping platform into a meeting place and community cen h- __
statement made at the School Hoard 1 is: We're ter. I.ioiis an doing: the jib in their spare time. Hard at work in
buying a load of hay this
Hear that Dick Ferguson's < ua.
typical, perhaps. of many that will be passed week to feed our cows during the are looking exceptionally fine these the pii lure's foreground: is J.u'k ('ran ford (left) and Kd Durban SANDERS WflTCH REPAIRSwa !

around during the next few weeks by opponents months ahead when the grass will :Standing: in the rear so In can (-heck alignment i is ('harlt'.hllfonl: ,

of countywide fire protection in an effort to confuse be poor. Have to get some snapped days. Dick did not tell us that. ttr m.nor; of I :iuteKiir \.. $ | "

the voting public and becloud: the facts. corn and cotton seed meal, lat heard other floks bragging nnDick's I
\ <">11. too. will some day ]1 "MI' !
er, before the price starts going fine Hereford StOI k. s r'TT t
The point to emphasize, it seems to us, is not sky-high. Know we'll need them thing that, is dear to \ou. g :

so much who pays the small amount required an before the year is out to keep our Hope that when the vote < orno- 1'eih.ip.sou( have not s,", I: .this I

nually to establish a fire protection unit herebut cows in good shape. this the pct Miftfi before ding Ii. ioii 1 I ((/' lSj t 1 / t
up year on Fire Control r % luven't here is a little: dt-
rather the benefits that will accrue to the *
Unit there will not be the 1'1 it ion to help you out Have t
small investment Alice is ml--
that enjoying
entire county as a result of reading a book
"Travels of William Bartram". Understanding about it that h,is -.on ctrl eaten food that didn'texa.tly
in tax money. been other limes. We ii rv.,-.,: ipn : agree? Remember how
are not .
which tells of the journey of natur- opposed '-'"
to control Lei! U-- gunk' Del He. S-V'"K;; "1 \ our" stomach aches and II!a\\'.>.
Suppose a business man does have to pay a alist Bartram in Florida back burning.1' have
done that ourselves putting out /po.s.m. \\hethei it tn You try sitting or lying UOWP, s-: :
do think up ,
if ,
dollar or two more in taxes each year by so around 1780. She says it is exciting _. .-
is fur inset Us it rodents You may but much le- -
mighty r nothing gives you .
doing. he helps raise the forest products industry reading and by far the best de- wrong for any man to -
believe that it doesn't matter to describe
Deliberately or otherwise burn the hef. At least you can your
in Bradford County to a 51.500.000 level rather csription of the animals and plantsof
woods discard anything that was killed trouble to others and take something -
hasn't he benefit- this area she has ever read. His property not belongingto
I than the present $861.000 description of an attack by hund- him. We are in favor of having by poison but you never know. for the pain, but this poor

ted himself as well as practically every personin reds of gators is as a fire control unit here in this Some pet may come along and eat pet lies around for some few
exciting as
the county? If he doesn't get $100 back in adventure story. any county which will help to fight what you threw out. hours and howls or meows.

trade for every dollar paid out in additional tax fires which destroy thousands of On the other hand, if you area My pet that was poisoned lived

es, we badly miss our guess. Leo the rascal got another cat acres of timber here every year. person who puts out poison to a week with this terrible pain. It \

against countywide control this week, the little black: one. He 5 destroy intentionally, have you had a desire for food, but could r
Another argument
We stopped to think what kind of not eat, lost and lookedto
close is stillkeeps at his private war to get a kick out of some of
stand under inspection
that doesn't up wipe out the cat population and these "rock'n roll" tunes which are person you are? JIajt you do me for help. But we were bothat

the old gripe that "We'll all be paying" for fire there is no use trying to break so popular today. Some of the not care but your poison, intended a loss and all because of

protection for the big corporations. As we see him of it, because it's the natureof people who fuss so much about for someone's pet, or justan thoughtless you. .

it the "big corporations" are doing a pretty fair the Airedale beast. them should remember the tunes old stray animal, could be eaten My pet was taken to the doc-

job right now keeping fire off their own lands, they whistled and sang years ago, or picked up by a little child. tor, but it was too late for recovery -

and the district forester states that. in his experience Heard some good stories such as "Vo-Do-De-O", "Yes We and you would become a murderer. from that dose you ga'e.The .

they will continue to do so. The fellow which are attributed to Uncle Joe Have No Bananas" and other Yes, it is true that an animal doctor diagnosed the case as

who needs help now is the small landowner, the Harrell while talking last week to charming ditties. does not have a soul but mostof poison. Poison given out by you.

so-called woodlot producer who cannot afford some of the Lawtey Lions, who them belong to a person who -. Betty Durlmg

the elaborate equipment necessary to keep fire were working on their meeting The present trend in foods today loves them, and it may be that Hampton, Fla. Is your auto insurance behind the tines?

out of the small acrage that is just as valuable place they are building on the old is worrying Sam. As an old bag of
Lawtey shipping platform. Seems bones; he is constantly trying to
to him and the overall economy of the county as: Sell modern
His that "Uncle Joe" was the daddy of put on weight. Yet all the foods
holdings to the corporations.
the are
larger the old platform. He was a farmer now advertise "eat this there's no
dollars also go into the channels of trade in the turpentiner, and also a dealerin andfood value in it at all" it seems money-saving Safe co

county and if fire protection helps him to keep produce. They tell us he was that some allowance should be A-l USED CAR SALESAT

two dollars circulating for every one that he now noted for his stories. made today for the skinny ones. If
releases, who will say that the entire county the fat ones lose weight with these At a safe drlvw are you paying for the poor-risk driver's accidents

does not benefit? Ed Durban says he is not goingto new foods, what will happen to the ? And, are you paying extra for old-fashioned insurance

set any berry plants, but that he beanpoles like Sam' handling? Modern SAFECO auto insurance, developed by ,
So be prepared for the barrage of rumors :\11- AUTO WHOLESALERS General Insurance Company of America, insures only selected r

ti-fire protection propaganda half truths and risks, uses the latest underwriting and accounting method to
1.13: N Temple A\e Across From Courthouse
outright misstatements that are sure to be circulated saw you real money.

in the next few weeks. Do not accept Telephone :318 Starke. Fla. And besides lower cost SAFECO gives you best available protection

them at face value, but make a sincere effort to RANCyt 1952 FORD V8 $10.00 PER WEEKALL coast-to-coast: day and night claims service and the helpof
find out just what the real facts are and then your own experienced,independent insurance

base your decision on what is best for the overall :MAKES A MODELS: .(IR agent See him today, about SAFECO-tha
Do not be for safe driers
of Bradford County. reluctant modem auto insurance

economy to help someone else if, at the same time Low Prices Low on Payments ,ktr. ,.tSA1ECIdle

you are helping yourself.
-- -- Guaranteed; Service The Co-Owners
J Friendly By
;' !!l C C. Wall Agency
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On Laws And LibertiesA bit. ,
County Agentwill
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last week vote and return your marked
great hue and cry was raised Committee Flection If We Don't Have It We'll Get; It r.. 200 E. Call Street
when the people of Heilbronn learned of a decision ballot. r,;;f-
In a day or two if you operatea
by the School Board that would have com- farm you will receive a ballot About six letters with wrong Trade Finance -=- Starke. Fla.

pelled them to send their grade school youngsters with names from which to select addresses have been returned. -
You are eligible to vote if you
: to the Lawtey school. your Agricultural Conservation
operate a farm. If your letter ...
Committee for the year.If ,
"The decision smacks of Communism, was did not reach you, please come by lS'i
one outraged protest heard at a special meeting you j-eceive the letter please our office and vote. =1
a mark beside five names,
the board to thrash out the matter. All ballots must be returned by
called by seal the 1 ballot: in the enclosed envelope They don't come smarlerj -
Sept. 12. A good number came any
Though factors other than the denial of a and return it before Sept. back by return mail

choice of schools were involved, the delegation 12. Hog Grading ProgramThe
board most vigorously protestedthe The three men with the greatest
confronting the consumer is looking for
number of votes will be committeemen. :' --
children had to attendone r
mandate that their less fat when purchasing pork OR GO
The next two will be alternates -
particular school whether they chops and ham. With that changein

or not. the buying program, the pro-
Grain; Saver ducer must change his production
In the end the board members withdrew froman We urge you again to come in ..

absolute policy of pupil assignment for the and see us about using Warfarinrat program.A move has been started in ri g = ANY SWEETER !

students and them the choice of bait to kill rats. .
Heilbronn Florida to market hogs on the _
going to either school. Why should you feed rats at a basis of USD grades. Some 4 :: i
cost of about two dollais per year
The board followed this action }by softeningthe per rat? We have had plenty ofencouraging packing houses buying direct -
from the farmer are paying a little -
restrictions of recent laws by giving princi- reports; from our this "leaner
premium for
pals temporary authority to assign pupils anauthority farmers about the good results type" hog. Lia
delegated to school boards by state they have had with the use of
there is to
On Sept. 12 going
this will keep the pupil assignment Warfarin.
law. In effect, be at the universityto
If rats in barn.don't program
for the beginning you have: your
on a status with past years show us types of animals required -
put your clean grain in with '
of this school year. them. Give them a bait Warfarin and factors in producing = iIi tt

this new type hog. A number will _. -.. ..../ I
of -
But the Heilbronn episode is a foretaste along with the corn. A visit to our andwe --- ,
that office and an inquiry will save be graded and slaughtered
further incidents to arise when} citizens find you
the the
be shown
will types
the local and state laws passed in recent months money. And saving money is mak- consumer does or does not want. Why spend (the estra dollars for a .I

to preserve the institution of segregation in our ing Did money.You Vote? I urge you to attend this pro ]higher priced car? Chertj's smart itil : i
citizen ;;
Southern way of life has also deprived the If you received a letter last gram next Wednesday. We will as they come with/ its stylish! Body! i tby

of some of their liberties in this case school of week with information on select- leave my office at 8:30: a. m. If Fisher- and it's a beautiful r ,

right to send their children to the ing a new Agricultural Conser- hogs are a part of your operation, thing to handle fIn

their choice.In vation Committee we hope you this can be a good day. L
this instance, when there was no pressure truth, there's been a quiet [ .

forces, the board relaxed it.-i $50 $100 $300 revolution in the automotive t ..
from integration NEED CASH? -- -- --
absolute position and! made exceptions. world Higher priced cars used L <

PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL to provide much more in space, /w %..-/7"..V'0"FW: .il1
But if integration forces had been pushin; ride, and handling. But no t

their cause in the county, it would! haw beet MARION
FINANCE CO, Inc. longer. Chevy offers all the luxury -
take this action ,
more difficult for the board to all the performance all
In such a case the citizens would feel the ful I 21S W. rni'er'it.he.. Phone FR6-5333 the space you've always hoped :
effect of having their right of choice take:1 '
Gainesville, Fla. for-and better roadability be- ELJ _

away by statute. sides! Come in, first chance .

The trend in the laws in Florida to circum you get, and let a new Chevrolet -

vent the decision of the Supreme Court is towan I I show you what we mean. _

the establishment of authorities who will tell th, SAVE on your INSURANCE

people of all races w hat they can and what the;"

can not do. 20' : DISCOUNT ON FIRE IJiiIyHl1t:1' :i- -_

With such absolute power and the necessit; 30; DISCOUNT ON MOTELS10.20r

for such absolute power, some of the customar;

freedoms of all citizens are bound to be curtailed ; America's largest selling car-2 million = _= = -_
Discount On Automobiles nore owners than other make! _--_ '-=-5.
But that may be the price we have to pay t l., :: ::

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later.Mr. Pain.-h on Monday. Leslie Sweat was ill a:: : :. i ''
:: and Mrs. Russell Gatlin
BROODER( and Mr. and Mrs. I I. L. Gatlin : We regret toay thitlrs to nh-s work Tuesday. BECAUSE YOU GET MORE LOW PRICES..ON MORE ITEMS AP IS THE
Mr and lit J. C. N : :
i of Starke were Sunday dinner Kyle Cannon is ill in St. Luke's I : o> .r. l-:
I Jacksonville. she' family spent the Labor Lb..'; '.\r. K-
Hospital. Hope
By Mrs. E. B. Castlen.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA : guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Iy Mrs. C.: B. NolantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA will soon be out. I' end wlhtr.. and Mrs I'.d Hir'I.L :-
Prescott.Mr. I PLACE TO
** :: and :Mrs.: L. L. Dyal and Miss Gloria Higginbotham of ,. ,
\ LOVE the new I'Merbro : s y Y
Mr. and Mrs children Jacksonville spent Monday night I
visiting and
son were Mrs &Wilkinson!
!Surprise; RirthdayMembers I Harold Sorrels in Jacksonville: Jacksonville and Tuesday with her mother
New River spent several days in '-,58 at Bradford -
of the I pastel sludes.Only $
I Wednesday.. Mrs. Daisy Wilkinson. Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family.Mr. .
Baptist Church gave Aunt Rosa County Telegraph.
Pinholster a nice surprise Tues :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Benny Thomas We are all very glad to learn and Mrs. Rudy Higginbot SUl.T1\.1 TKNDKK: KKIKKI:I
pave a peanut boiling at their that Robert is getting along nice- ham. '-r. and :Mrs.: J. C. Higgin- .
day night when she came home,
home this week for members of ly following appendectomy in botham and daughter. and Mt- e-
and turned on the light to find
I the LaCrosse Baptist Church a Jacksonville! hospital.Mrs. Janie Higginbotham enjoyed a
her house full of people who I PORK
sang Happy Birthday, Aunt I About 23: attended.Mr. Ruby Durrance and sons fried and boiled shrimp supper Sc BEANS

Rosa." She received a number and :Mrs.: Woodrow Thomas spent the weekend of August 25thin and a peanut boiling with Mr I '
and children spent Sunday Ludowici, Ga. visiting Mrs. and Mrs Leslie Sweat and family]
of nice gifts and all present were
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. Monday night.
served cookies and soft drinks. Nora Durrance.
C. Lewis, in Starke.Mrs.:: Thomas' Lb Can
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and
Mrs. Pinholster she would Misses Higginbotham 34
says Seer 29C
brother teed Lewis, was family visited Macclenny::\ Sun- ore
like to say thank you to all whohelped I' Evelyn Coleman spent Sunday
home for a short leave from Norfolk with :Mr.: Mrs. H. A. I
to make this a pleasant night and Monday in Jackson- day and i at A&plNearly'
Va. Save
surprise. I ville with Mr.:: and Mrs.::\ BuddyBrowning. Sweat. lfeell
R. G. Thomas and J. M. limes
and Mrs. E. D.
.\ Higginbot- I
Allen Green Has Party
Allen Green, son of Mr. and,I spent the weekend at Daytona Miss::\ Debbie Phillips is teachingthe ham and family and :Mrs.: Nell II I (

Mrs. Roy Green, was given a Beach. 5th, 6th and 7th grades at I Parrish attended services at the and Vigorous l KENT

birthday party by his mother Wilbur Thomas spent Monday the Maxville School this year.We Church of God Macclenny:: SunMr. -

Sunday afternoon. A huge birth- at Jacksonville: Beach. I are glad to have her back :: and Mrs. Deanne Hill have I OUR OWN'

day cake was beautifully decorated Mrs.: Alphie Parrish and :Mrs with us again. moved to Key West, where Mr CIGARETTES

by :Mrs. Green and Barbara Iva McKinney of Auburndale Mrs. Dora Byrd, Mrs. Geneva 11111 has been transferred with the CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

Jean. Due to the rain the young spent the weekend with :Mr.: and Smith and family, Mrs Ruby Dur- U. S. Navy. i about this question
guests: played indoor games after Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and :Mrs: ranee and sons Mr. and :Mrs.: ris and Family at the Harris' TEA KlXCi; SIZE; and ItK.TI.AK: ;

which cake and lemonade was Joyce Castlen and boys. I :Marvin: Green and family and E. lake cottage in Keystone Heights Physicians: surgeons, and dentils -

served. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur ::'o.-:lrsh- C. Padgett enjoyed an outing at I IStrickland's i Carton

The revival at the Brooker Bap- burn and daughter Janice, of I Landing Thursday,f It; occasionally have dam $1351b
I claims made against them OftC4i
tist Church closed August 29, and Marianna were visiting Mr. and I evening.Mrs. age pkg
we are happy to say that 14 new i :Mrs. G. B. Colson Monday I : Henry Griff entertained GAY'SHome for alleged malpractice, or

members were added to the :Mr.: and :Mrs.: R. F. Gano spent; at her home Thursday evening error in treading a patient .

Church. Baptism was in the Lake Saturday with :Mr.: and Mrs. Ovid I with a party honoring the Junior AppliancesYour PROVES
Butler Baptist Church Sunday Gano and family at Swam Lake.J 1, "B" girl's class of the Maxville ,. Does jour agency:: June Professional r.rlt Needn't 1

afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Albert and I Baptist Sunday School Friendly Liability Insurant's Be IYE 5 l1Je ..

I family of Bradenton were ,'isitingIrs. Mrs. Ramond Kilgore and family which court and I legalfees I HAWAIIAN
The Girls Auxiliary and the I Dealer pays "MSANN
I R. F. Gano, the G. B. Colons left last Wednesday and spent Norge
Sunbeam Band of the Brooker as well as any damage>'
I Joyce Castlen and other the rest of the week with Mrs. PAGE
WMU met at the Church Saturday I i XO.KC.K: AI'I'IJANCIN
friends here last weekend.Mr. lObed :Martin: and family in a"trdld'Charley?
afternoon for their regular, '
The Girls and Mrs. Julian Green and 1 I Brooksville. They were joined \\T.\fi Iv.1'11i:1: :"; r\SALAD DRESSING
meeting. Auxiliary are
son, David, of Jacksonville visited there by M-Sgt.; Raymond Kil'
going to the skating rink in Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green Satur- gore for the weekend. I II S C'OI.KMVX: Hi: \1KKS and PUNCH ,A Real Money Saver JjJ 43C
Gainesville Thursday night. E. Johns
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson'and LOOK IIK.VU: '
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and day.Marcia Ann and Nancy Green I family of Jacksonville spent I -\? w

family have returned from a two I spent the weekend with their Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs.: Doss We Service All Makes ANN PAGE IMITATION
WI'l'ks'aration.. While away they I grandparents, the Hard 's, in La- I Higginbotham and family. They Appliances & Son AgencyPhone oz can 1C MAPLE SYRUP'
went to New York City visited Crosse. weie accompanied home Iyliss ]
George Washington house in Vir- (! who will visit Phone 10 -:
:Mr.: and Mrs. Henry Sapp and June Higginbotham iJ I SPECIAL BO 2ftc .::
J'inia.'nt: upon Lookout Mountain family and :Mr. and Mrs. Harold I! them for a few days. stark. I'lorid.i 13 Starke, Fla. Ir
in Tennessee visited W. II. !! C'iir C'luh To :pert I I'J
Sapp and family of Jacksonville<
Hinton in Cleveland Ohio and Civic Club will
spent the weekend here with their'I
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pinks- hold their regular business meet- ; I
mother, Mrs. Nora Sapp. I
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Claude ing on Friday night, Sept. 7, at FOR CITY COUNCILJOE
Rufus Hodge is still on the< Fresh
Smith and family in Maryland.I sick list. We do hope he will b e,1' 8 o'clock. All members are urged TASTE ElIGHT 't..1\ j)
Mrs Mary Green, who had been to attend. The new officers will!

visiting relatives there came I better Mr. and soon.Mrs W. C. Stalnakei,i take office on that night. Let's(I:: ANDREWS III. X JANE ,;: I

bark home with the Greens.Dock and family spent the weekend with '! all put our efforts towards having -' ( I'd. 1',1.t".) PARKER Orange CHEDDAR
I I .
Andreu of Tampa was Mr. and :Mrs.: H. D. Earlie and a bigger and better club.

visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby -I :Mr.: and Mrs. Francis Ray Ad,II 1*. T. .\. MeetingThe Chiffon .45c
Mr and :Mrs.: A. N. ::Mann and kins in Charleston, S. C. Daniel Boone P. T. A. of' CUkeScIAL
:Mr: and :Mrs.: R. II. Green last the Maxville School will hold their
Jack Suggs, USX, enroute from I C H ESE E E S E
weekend. I Norfork, Va. to Cuba, on the Saratoga first meeting for this term on i See BILLY JACKSONFOR Jane Parker LusciousBLUEBERRY IACII

Susie Carter of Gainesville and spent Monday night with I Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 12, PIE 8-n.; 55'
2:15 Everyone is urgedto
:Mr.: anj :Mrs. John Shaw of LaCrosse -I his parents, :Mr.: and :Mrs.: W. S at p. m. J

were visiting Mr. and I Suggs.Mr. 11f'elingand attend this let's"Get put forth Acquainted every 1 i TOP SOIL FILL DIRT DISKING Jane Parker Per Pound
Mrs A. T. Mann Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas tROLLS
effort to make this a successfulyear. : CINNAMON 29 43C I
:: and :Mrs. J. T. Taylor and and children spent Thursday with
I II And All Type Tractor Work
:Mr: and Mrs. R D. Tindall of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Starling in
I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and !
Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacksonville. They enjoyed a picnic -
Jacksonville I sons enjoyed a pleasant Labor: PHONE 165 Juick-Fro/en (;rude 'A'
Green and family Friday and at Beach that Large I
Day weekend sightseeing in Chat-
Saturday.Mrs. : night. I Tenn. Asheville, N. Fat Tender
tanooga and W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER
Mr. and I
:: Lottie Edwards spent the Mrs. Buddy Waters '
week in Tallahassee with her and Rebecca Thomas of Jackson-I ie. :' Lb
brother :Mr.: Norman. i ville spent the weekend with :Mr: .j We are very sorry to loam I )1; HENS 39C J "Super-}iight" Fancy I Iul"rJIi"hl
I that Mrs. :Mabel: Harris is con-
Mrs. Beady Connerly ,'IsitedI and Mrs. Bob Thomas. I .
fined to her bed with an attack ;
friends here last weekend. I i of lumbago, and wish her a speedy' I THICK SLICED I
and Stallings :
] lecovery. ALL TYPES OF BUILDING Extra Lean Fresh
attended the State Board of Missions '
We are sorry to learn that G.
Meeting in Jacksonville HILL i W. Brown is still confined to the BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL I

Thursday and Friday.Mr. I I hospital. Surely hope he will be IE1'AIRSREMODELINGJALOUSIE: PORCHES O'roundFF $1.00 BACON '
and Mrs. R. A. Nettles Jr.
l F 3bs
attended Florida Southern College >y Mrs. J. I. StrjtklatiitluuLAAALua.uausuaa. |lout i again to school.soon and able to return FREE ESTIMATES -

in lakeland as delegates to .
the Young Peoples Conference of i j We regret to learn of the W. L. THIGPEN JR. ONE I.K. :}Jjc; \
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lang spent death of Mrs. Leslie Chilson'sI ] pkg c79)
Methodist Churches last week. the past weekend with home folks,, j I I I father, A. W. Rogers, in Zephyr- lib
Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Morganof returning home to Tampa Monday -. I hills last week. Our deepest sympathy -; Phone 297-J Starke Fla. Southern :Star Fully Cooked" .

Tampa were weekend guests of of this week. I is extended to the family i Route 2, Box 245-D ;I

Mr and Mrs. G. B. Colson. Gertie Faircloth spent the aft' :Mr.: and :Mrs.: O. J. Anders of I; 5"1b can 4.29SuperRight '
1'1'I1..' !Special" MeetingThe trnoon Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs: 1 I HAMS

Brooker PTA was calledto Buddy Wilkinson of Hugh.

a special meeting Friday nightat Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgett and I .
the Brooker School to discuss Aunt Babe Padgett virjted the" I dL Del) Monte Fruit 2 303: Cans For

the operation of the Sc!>ol Cafeteria Pete Roystons in Doctor's Inlet pound
this year. W. E. Eftgham Jr. Sunday afternoon. FRANKS per 43C

President called the meeting to We understand there has been COCKTAIl45CJlorton

order and gave the floor to Supt.II. quite a bit of work done on out

P. :Morgan. Mr. :Morgan: stated school property here at Clay Hill!, CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF

that the lunch room has been a new restroom put in for the '

operating at a loss for the past younger grades, floors sanded and POT PIES per pkg 27C Armours Corned

three years and this year will shellacked, and other work done 72
start off in debt. He introduced that has been postponed for some oz
BEER 39CFresh
L. H. Futch, who will be principalfor time. We are thankful that our -

the coming year. Mr. Futch little country schools come in for .

said he thought he could operatethe their part of the improvementsnow ft '

lunch room and serve ade- that we can have just as good J Lb 15C NBC Graham 1 LB.

quate meals for 20 cents. However teachers &r are employed in the PRUNES

it was recommended by the I town schools.
organization to begin the school Cemetery WorkingThe CRACKERS 31 1 c
is Golden Ripe
term by charging 25: cents and Long Cemetery
then lowering the price, if possible, undergoing a good working at the Lb
present time. Saturday eveningat BANANAS 1 DC
church some of our folks at NBC Premium 1 1.11PEARS
Clay Hill were rather tired from i

STROBO'S working, hoeing and raking, in
j I I the cemetery. The work is to be SALTINES 25c

GARAGE i finished this week, all except the Lb 15c

new fence. .
GENERAL REPAIRS I The Rev. John Gordon from

Westconnet preached for us a) I If I
Automobile, Pulpwood I Clay Hill Saturday night. He had Very Tender

Motors And Lawn Mowers.ON I not been with us for some time. I Lb Bag A&P Frozen Food

,Next Saturday night, Sept. 8, the f CARROTS 2 19C
S-100A TWO !Rev. Mr. Fewox will be ourI l j r

BLOCKS OFF 301 SO. I preacher. Sunday night the Rev .I Broccoli 10 Oz. Pkjj 2 For
Mr. :McGee: who lives on the New Pascal

I r i Blanding We enjoy road having preached these for broth-us. I CELERY 2 For 29C SPEARS 33c.P

ers preach for us. We start our

: r.?rvices at 7:30: p ra. instead
Wash Your Clothe 8 now as the days are shorter. oWe How to keep kitchen and laundry costs : '

:had 40 present in Sunday school Frozen Orange
9 Pounds : Sunday morning. We last have 46 12 Oz 'an 2 FOR

enrolled so we feel we are growing -

slowly. L Jr JUICE 49c&P \
For 40c! We invite all to come and be
wtth us in these services. We Special!
FREE Bleach If Desired! I have been having larger congregations I
White \
OWe I at our evening services Simply switch to switches! Its more Thompson i .\ Frozen French Fried

than we did for awhile even if economical to go all-electric in your = i I I 1 9 O/ Pkg :2 FOHGRAPES'
Will I our congregation was small Sunday kitchen and laundry than to use a I I 0 f J ..--.. SEEDLESS
I exening. because of rain combination of fuels. Besides economy I

Dry Your Clothes I which came up just before church ,you get these advantages J POTATOES 15c

I time. r E s

For 20c IVrson.iU fJ COOl...doesn't heat up the house! a1ff|
i Elgin Lang spent a part of the .. \
In New Automatic Driers! i day Monday of this week with \ White stove CLEAN..no soot or muss! 'a.? \ I
Ib uf.IN Sense11 .u Nr,11 sW MN
friends Macclenny.
C\ SAFE as electric light..end jus ot economical! i 1 13C
Several of the folks around here
colds. 1 1 1 1 (
are suffering with severe
our grandchildren Sandra and Ed-
The Washeteria\ die Lang are among these. Seems r wr ewslr a esra 1/e w..u

every time they come to visit us : + FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY I't!!.' 412 Call St
cold. .g
Temple Are. Starkei : they have a very severe Starke. Fla.nan. .
J .
: traded automobiles cr.: .
i '
i .. .- . I last Gene weekend Lang : > __ __i, .. __p'_ > ..:. ,: _:, .: _ ._ '. :_ .: :;"



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PAGE FOfR BRADFORD COUNTY- TELEGRAPH. STAKKE FLORIDA iIlitr- -.... .,.-.......Iri.tIL. ......u...... _4. .".."...".

IIII Miss' Jackie Parker Miniature Starke mental area with offices of dish at that time was one concerning 1. < ', i.i I.. I: .|, -

i.tv and ( ounty in the same build- payments for tru, k I"nt-I I Voting Machines 'I' ,11.,1, I a.Id' -- i ivll
I Is Honor Guest
.rv will be located on 'Temple al. I .\ .11 r hfirliy nvt..d I;. : ..
Shows .t f .r d\'r> e
Mall' Though the commission! a-kt ,l ;i I...- t..n filrd apal,'_i >,._ ,n :
Miss Jackie 1'aiker whose maiuaRe "- &l\, .- ulII..a Court .
to Kenneth Gnder will bean Of Tomorrow "The oM Courthou.v> will be allowed Gov. LeRoy Collins fur the *[p et :.al Talked By BoardThe "u i. ,ire rt" It) stand and, transformedinto audit, which was refused four S .anS"t'r..r/It'3d1n1: :,' :' -
event of this Friday eveningsept on the Plaintiffs,
: 7, at S o'clock the First ((ontinued from 1'age One) a museum will remain as a board members later vvinte the I 1.: "1'1. t:..i'. i ti -, .": i iI v.t ''r1 *
in relic of the 'old Starke. governor saying they believed tht H>. ,clini! Cmitv, ('"riini.s.. I:.i'.,t.llr J., U-..,,\ .
Baptist Church was the inspira- and filr the ", ,
Gladys MootyPhone bridal shower .present downtown al ea "Financing? The govemmenta: charges were "without merit" I Mrnedo,'ii he,i Tiusii\! iMit tneneeded \'. the Cl,rk of original(be Cltt.uu in nu C, .' :f
I 35i tion for a lovely "I confess some of them seem portions will call for bonds. The Chairman 1'ievatt ua the only! I a little more or before the 1
Tuesday eveningfrom 730 'O'1\1nl ing;:: .1.u "in, '..i.. ,
given tadical. f,) let's dISCUSS the 'prac- merchandising end will be a gradual member not par 'Ipat.ng: in this-j!jlettei j about the advantages of voting':-. OThtruise the *tUraii I." cf ,' i
to 9 30 o'clock at the home of
-nrrrtSStp r repasra s rrrsrss-s : "' and, inpl.iint Mill br _
tical' : in the end. t.iKci -v
f ones first, said Patterson process im- n:HI limes and ag!t'ed to nvte aRepresentative i ;
Mis. Carl Mathews 347 N. ChurchSt. t u.
I '
Goals ;, "You'll notice we've shifted the proved business will pay the cost of a \"otmglIIachm This notice hall 1... p.t.:!I-d
Unique Program Quadrennial( location of U. S. 301. On the i "Of course you understand these I companto the October once e..cn week for fnur i', i.s,., ..t"\ewp.ks

Start Fall Season 'Are Discussed I Hostesses for this delightful model it parallels the Seaboard are only suggestions. From this Recreation Plan I I Though Commissioner meeling E L I graph in the Bradford ,'uut.ty Tr'-

I affair were Mrs. Gail Matheis, rrainline with sufficient space be- :'starting point. local folks could i I Crawfoid was enthusiastic about. 1.1..1 rill:1:I it.n' .' \ _

ForVoman's Club At WSCS Meetings Mrs George Anderson, Mrs. Tyler tween for a combined bus and contribute a lot of good ideas. the speed of operating voting ma' 0t"FLCIALSI.L Clerk of) the fliaries CI.culi A fU-'v r ,..-t

Jones, Mrs. J. T. l.awson.Irs, train station. i "Last year when we started this Officials Favor chines other commissioners doubted ., By Marian L. CrosbY >>"."UIC'k,
"What's My Line-In .Bradford I A review of the QuadrennialGoals C. II. Xasworthy, Mrs. J. R. Kelly Traffic Concentrated ''thing, everyone was for 'doing : that they were mu( h faster ;

County" the program centered I for 1936-1960 was given by Mrs R B. Alvarez, Mrs. T. B. "Could anything be more reason- ,something' about Starke. Now interest than the old method MMHI: lit IIMTIK:

around a mock radio programwill I Mrs. Lou Hillendahl, program Harding, :Mrs. Reddish Andrews. able ? First, it takes the heavy | had died down. But that (Continued from Page One) County Clerk Charles Darby, In I'loriilni Circuit la Court( hanrrrr.Juant.i llradford. County

be presented at the first fallmeeting chairman, at the Wesleyan Service Mrs. F. B. Beard and Mrs. L. N. traffic away from Bradford High. I.is an old story to us. It happens 1: stated that the tins:; budget is said the Automatic Voting Machine Shut.. 1'.InLII \ ,
of the Starke Woman's Guild, Unit 2, meeting Tues- Pickering.The 1 lall the time. Growth in Starke now being whipped into shapefor I: Sl.ui, I', t.n.ldir
Certainly this la desirable. Second of Jamestown :\. Y. had I ,',,-, \ .
Club Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 I' day evening at the home of Mrs :Mathews': home was beautiful it places traffic both rail and :,within a few years will make renovation formal adoption in October offered machines for Sl.r.SO each :\,'tI.'. 'I',, tpprnrTM ,

<>'i'lock in the club house. Brad Locke. I for the occasion with hand- highway in the same generalarea. impossible. Too costly, and that consideration would be Each machine is recommended to t I ,l, iiir ...,.,1 laiiif...lih-* 1; -::i-h.hI'1 tki I ,. .\\ ",
The meeting will be under the I The seven goals under the title'l some arranements of pink gladioli This allows concentrationof I you know. given the committee's request at handle 500 voters. You are hereby notified tiat a

Citizenship committee with Mrs. j, "The Spirit of Christ-for pink carnations, and pink warehousing as well as convenience !! "Let's get out of here. I'm that time. Consensus of the Coun- With five machines to accommodate stilt I'.r", for .mil i ,-M..:.,;, ..nII. '
A R. Xorman. first Life," were discussed by the 11 i iI I asters placed at points of interest for local traffic. And :: packing to go to England for advanced cil seemed to te: : "We're in favorof the voters in north Starke .'", *. J
Kate members present. Mrs. Brad Locke I the the i studies and have lots to' the program and would like to has been filrd agalr.iil you 'n thei
dent, and Mrs Vice-preSi-1 |,.I throughout paity rooms. The residential section can grow three in south Starke and two in i I above named Court and rau-<- and
Citizenship chairmen gave the devotional.Mrs. tea table was lovely with an 'III away' from this area. do." help, but we don't know where Lawtey. 15 machines would be' you are required to srrre a copx' of

of arrangements. A group of R. S. Mullins, leader, pre- I'I I porte cutwork cloth with a crys- "The rest of the plan I admit, As the door closed, the roach the money's coming from" needed to supply the county, your complaint answer on or pleading the rUm'iff t.> the

specialists from Bradford County I sided at the business meeting I i tal punch bowl placed at one end, will be more difficult to accept strutted forth from the shadows' The Commissioners agreed to Crawford suggested that thE;r .FJ"liI.1'\tt'ru,\' Cr. i n *. ';" "i, >- ,
the where plans discussed for: around which "In this ideal Staike Bradford support the program by channeling !
were ot
will he piesented on programto I I was arranged greenery we would High. company might agree to letting;' and file the original In the offle! of
enlighten members in what's the Wesleyan Service Guild Dis- ''' interspersed with pink car- close Call and Temple Sts. to all its $700 through the School the county use the machines on a 1 I tl oefore* Clerk of the Circuit Court in or

new in fashions, politics, home- trict meeting which will be held :i I nations. Nuts, mints and dainty motor traffic. They would become Board for administration purposes trial basis before actual purchase.. ,l.it thev ..f >. 1.I..r. 1" -'"

demonstration culinary art, hair- in Starke on Sept. 30 with Units cakes were served from fostoria 'Call Mall' and 'Temple Mall1 solely Futch Appointed Present law prohib.ts. the! The commissioners agreed to look'. iitherwt.-e the allegations I.t raid

styling and other items of interest 1 and 2 serving as hostesses. and silver trays. for the use of pedistnans. We : board from contributing directly!j into thin possibility.MHirr .Complaint. by yr.u.will be taken as i.nfessd -

m this Woman's World. :Mrs.: Locke and co-hostess Mrs. The buffet was centered with a .would transform them into sv>nu- to a recreation fund but the' This notice shall be p-tiilNhed!:

Hostesses for the meeting will Carolyn Redgrave served refresh- beautiful fan-shaped arrangement I thing of a winding landscape 1 1i 'To County Posts board adopted a resolution requesting once each in the week Bradford for four Count corieiiitlweeks TeleCranh \ .-

be: Mrs T J. Griffin Mrs. T. B. ments during the social hour. of pink loses balanced by two silver -i pathway, complete with wading the Uiadfora legislators toj'I : : TO *rntn I>31.. t1 thi- :> il.IT ,.! ,.., .
Harding. Mrs. James Lewis Mrs. i candelabra holding burning I pools parks and similar facilities introduce a special act at the next'' In Circuit ('our'. Bradford Cennly,,, 1-.:.,;,

Harmon Morgan, Mrs. Earl Searing :Mrs.: C. E. Johns and Mrs. S. G. '' pink tapers. j "We concede that Madison or a (Continued from Page/ One) session giving the county the : I'll I'lorlil.i".irh-, i:: |n':"rI.-I hanrrr l'i*;.,i",i tt. \ U'frKlflAL Clerk SEAL of tht Charles Cirrult A('..ur Darby!,

Mrs J. E. Wall, Mrs. O. Denmark were appointed to sen'e' Mrs. Mathews met guests at similar street must be left open authority to enter into a recreational '"i.i I.. ., It:",,10-! l i.. t. M.I!.,n'' Kj Marian U Crosby, Primtt i'Vrk
1..1 I : to motor traffic. Also in that ptymgpa'h month" he added jointly with i ',i-, \" 1"-J rNollrr >
Hazen. Mrs. Lester Crews, on the parsonage committee dur- the door and presented them to ( To Appears

Mrs F. F. Stump.Elementary ing the meeting of Circle 1 Tues-:, the receiving line composed of I aiea. would be abundant shaded Prevail took issue with Harrell the city and School Board! ....._ _._.._ _. _.__ .
I the substance of the - - .
off-street parking. concerning The for funds was thefirst -' -- - -- '- - -
day morning in the educational the biide-elect her mother, :Mrs.: request

PTA building.! Mrs. T. II. Slade, leader Jack Parker, and Mrs. R. H. ; Retail Area legal opinion defining transportation. step by the united civic I To the Voters of the City of Starke : : t
( i "X eal by would be the retail opinion nothing committee in a drive Inget
was hostess at the meeting. Grider, mother of the groomelect.The I "
area, with entire buildings devotedto about furnishing a driver, Prevail going. at
To Hold SupperA :Miss: Amy Coburn had charge of hostesses presented the hon- businesses I said. areciealion program I wish to announce to the people of Starke that I am t
in the The
fields of basis
the devotional using as her theme, oree with a serving dish in her, gro- I Sheriffs least on a part-time seeking: a seat on the City Council in the Sept. election. ,
covered dish supper will i 'eries, clothing, furniture, appli- Duty committee is composed of a rep-
"Our Commitment. ;i chosen china pattern as a memento -. I hare tremendous in
the seen growth City during t
highlight a meeting of the Bradford anrea According to Prevail opin- lesentative from each of soni' : a our

Elementary PTA Tuesday of the occasion. I I "Shoppers would park a blockor 1!, ion stated that it was the duty of 15 civic groups in Staike It is the past years, and I realize the additional services and j
I Mrs J. L. McComb led the i Among the out-of-town guests two from the sheriff to impound and care ( that with the of but I
evening.The program '' away 'Call Mall, the outgrowth of a mass meeting expenses J go: growth a City assure i
was Mrs. A. L. Brown
is to be held at 7 : on "The New Holding In- of Richmond I I walk amidst pleasant surroundings, ''for the cattle. The truck wan up' sponsored by the PTA last springat you I will fight for the economical operation of our j
supper stitute" at the meeting of Circle Va., an aunt of the bride-! shopping in ease and comfort. Experiments to the county, he said, and the of
p m. Tuesday at the cafeteria elect. Two hundred I -! which recreational needs City government, and see that each Tax dollar is spent
guests weie rest to the sheriff. j
hospitality 2 Tuesday afternoon in the home ; ] have proven that, under up of the county to benefit all the
with :Mrs.: Vernon Silcox, invited to this affair.I I' the young people so as people. :
committeein of Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mrs. Shel- delightful I|; this situation firmly established i Another swipe was taken at !
chairman, and her I were discussed.The I am for everything that is fitwd for the growth and

charge. I lie Hall. j I \VCTU Meeting i||i businesses will flourish better!',Knight by Commissioner Crawford first meeting of this groupwas prosperity of our City and its people; I am against anything ,
In the absence of Mrs. J. i than e'er.arginal businesses who said that Knight himself had when it was
Mrs. A. N. Holliday will pre- ''will fail. to the rental held A IIg23. that is not in the best interest of Starke and its I
Fields leader the business n'j i agreed $100 system.
following The closing meeting of the decided that the first objectiveshould
side at the regular meeting I that in i iI
people. judgment
assure you my determining
All membersand ing was conducted by Mrs. E. I WCTU year was held in the Tab-!I i "Gradually. old buildings will i I Knight's: resignation charges be to secure funds for continuing ,
the supper. Perryman cochairman.frs.:: L. ernacle annex last after- ](I be replaced with new. One chainof and the appointment of Futch. curtailed schedule I this can be relied upon. i
asked to bring a Friday I on a
guests are D. Green had the devotion using'as noon with the president, :Mrs.: connected buildings would be I coupled with the remarks of the the successful program conductedby i Having successfully operated<
covered dish. her topic, "To Commit Myself." Florence Hippie, conducting the I the recreation-amusement area, commissioners, were the latent de- the school in the USO last i having been a life long resident of Starke, I feel that I i

'business session. containing theatres restaurants I\elopments in a courthouse tiff summer It is hoped to provide this i am well qualified to give the people an efficient, honest i

ELECT "Local Church Activities" was I John R. Corts and 1.1.. Brack-I'''pool halls and the like. There will i j which began last month when program one night and two afternoons : and progressive administration. :
the topic of the program presentedby man Jr, presented a program of a private office and financial : three Lawtey men charged possible each week with two It has been proven in the past year that new !
Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. i I area, with banking and LKe activities -I irregularities in the operation
T.C. vocal and instrumental numbers paid directors on duty during each thoughts and new blood in our City government have !
centered there. of the sheriff's office.
I Bertha Pearce at the meeting of i and refreshments served by the i I peiiod The feature attraction at been the saving factor in many important decisions. ,

I Circle 3 Tuesday afternoon in the :I committee in charge; Mrs. J. T. I "A church and civic area will I The three were supported in these sessions will be the katinprogram If elected I shall state my honest opinion as to howI I
home of Mrs C. E. Hernwall with ,embrace the blocks in the vicinity their action by Knight who called
Jr.I Mrs. Marion Reddish 1 that was inauguratedlast
Quigley, andMiss
Hazen stand issue and will to
Cliff) the audit into the sheriff on any keep you posted as i
( Mrs. R. H. Russell and Miss Kate : :: S. :M.: Wallace. ',of Woman's Club This means for a special summer although games and
Struth as hostesses. I 1 i.o change in the Methodist and I s books. One of the charges activities will be available I what is going on at all times. i

TO TilE Mrs. L. J. Green leader, con- I:' \VSCS Meeting Baptist churche.- A new govern- biMight again1Sheriff P. I), Red- One other afternoon session will be devoted I earnestly solicit jour support and vote in the Sept. i

ducted the business meeting after 1 exclusively to the younger I II election. i
which Miss Kate Struth, gave the Circle Four of the Methodist w --1
City Council devotional. WSCS will meet at 8 p. m. Mon- childien. contribute Sincerely, i iI
i Although it cannot

I! day at the home of Mis C. It. financially at this time, the School I \V.. H. (Billy) NOEGEL I Ii
Bradford the Road .
Members are urged to attend on Olj Lawtey ; &ckAhLtLtr : Board will cooperate with the
with Mrs.V.. J. Hancock ( d. Tol. Adv.)
| as co- the U O'anti
the following Seminars: in Anthony program by maintaining i i

on Sept. 13 at 10 a. m.; in hostess. by administering the recreation .:.. ,_._,,_,_,.___,_,,__,,_,,_,,_._.._,_,,_,_ue,,__,,_,a'e.;.
Palatka on Sept. IS at 10 a. m: I I|,I Anyone wishing a ride or di- -- fund, if desired by the
iection Mrs Bradford's
and Newbeiry on Sept. :23: ; at for reaching i September is filially hero with sllrned'Ith the An Force and left commitlee.
I house contact Mrs WR. .
4pm. may its cooling show fit after a hot. last Fiulax tui Lackland AFB. The committee will meet Monday -

Miller. dry summl'l'.It'atl.ms aie ban Antonio Texas night Sept 10. in the USO

i JuniorVoman's Club I To Honor PriestA over and the kids stalled back to : Sorry to hear that Nell Andrewswas at 7:30: clock to perfect plans 1PEED WASi

I f,hool on Tuesday Xow Mama taken to St. Vincent's Hospital for continuing the recreation pro- .

(Ii"I' Elects Mrs. Roberts I covered dish supper in honorof can sit back with a sigh of relief I Wednesday the Robert Roger gram on a part-time tasis. Long-

....... As PresidentMrs the new priest, the Rev Father and look forward to fall house: have moved to 623; Grand St., and range plans will also be discussed

.J1 John Skehan will be held Sundayby cleaning, a bit of painting here the Tommy Dowhngs have takenan I whereby each organization represented -

.t\ ) H Cat S. Roberts was elected the parisioners of St. Edward's :and there and clearing out the I apartment at Mrs Hoover's on on the committee will be AND SPIN

I, president of the Junior Woman's Catholic Church. i:' dead flower beds to get ready for: Madison St. Congratulations asked to help provide recreationequipmt'nt

.' \ Club to fill an unexpired term, :j j I The supper is scheduled for 7 fall planting I ere in order for Jim and Myrtle !I for the program. faster for regular fabrics
'l' fabrics
i' at the first fall meeting held Mon p. m. in the church hall. All are Looks as if Bradford County Dcaver of Miami Springs (former I! It is urged that the representa- slow for delicate ,

VNv1 dav night in the club building. invited and the admission price I Will be well represented this yearin Callstreeters) who are announcing tive of each organization attend ,

iJ ?irs, Roberts will Succeed Miss is a covered dish. the halls of higher learning the birth of their first child, a the meeting next Monday night. i I gk : MAYTAG M6I

.. 'of F in the next week or so are1 I Aug. 23 >________e AUTOMATIC
to accept a teaching position in Man
I Capable I Philippines.Mrs. Cubs EntertainedAt Nancy DuPie Adele S.holl. Eli Hear that Gil and Lib New comb 23-Year-Old Wave goodbye to washbowl washing for
zabeth Tatum Irene
I i It. S. Mullins, vice presi- Metzger, are buying a home in Saratoga the new MAYTAG All-Fabric Automatic
S I First MeetingEightyfive Joyce Scholl, Buzzy Green. John I Charged In Rape I with two-speed action is here! It duplicates
Experienced dent. presided over the business Heights and will be moving there i
Mack Newsome, Pearson Cox hand.washing methods automatically.

I meeting. I Kenneth Noegel Barbara :\[cComb.I soon when the new owners of 01 Lawtey Negro I Slower peed is yours by pushing the
Qualified I Jhe evening's program was setup cubs and parents I Lemuel Williams, Jimmy Reddish Starke Motor Court, the Dayton I tContinued ;i "MODERN FABRICS" button. Agitation and
as a work shop and divided attending the first fall meeting One) spin-speed slow by one-third. (Regular
from Page ti
I Jackie Hobbs, Sandra JOhns. family of Olean, N. Y., take over ( .
Your Vote and Support into three groups: Program Plan- 'of Cub Scout Pack 70 Tuesday i speed for regular fabrics, of course)
i Bobbe Bastedo, Barbara Matchett possibly this weekend The 'S'
Will be Greatly AppreciatedOn I ning, with Mrs. C. L. Scholl Se- night were entertained with a I and Bobby Ferguson signed up I Newcombs have been managingthe mer of the episode Dahmer noti- ;, Cold water wash and rinse is yours at the
Club skit "Cub Scout Field Day," who picked up Bryan'' press of another button. Perfect for heat-
11 nior president as speaker: fied police
September I at FSU are Linda Johns, Gail court for the former owner. modern fabrics.Warm or hot, too,
Civic with Mrs. M. W. Cressler in which carried out the naturalist Starke beer hall. sensitive
Tom Slade .
Duke and Jackie Colley Jerry Tom and Arlena of course. See it today.
(Td. Pol. Adv.) | charge: and Health, under the theme of the month. i( I Bryan made no statement at the
has Harding,
Lawron a football scholarshipat Pearl and Luke
,I direction of Dr. Florence Jennings. I Members of Den Five presentedthe the University of Tampa Pickering enjoyed the baseball hearing Wednesday, but at a previous I Own It For As Little As $2.50
Refreshments served skit at the in the before the judgehe I
were by meeting i Joanne Slade will cast her lot withi game in Jax Saturday night i appearance Week

the hostesses, Mrs. J. E. Hardy, :Methodist: recreation building. i Fmory University in Atlanta II III Jo and Lowell Mathews, and Bro i said he was not guilty. !

t'hairmanIrs.: :: M. II. Sheppard. 1 Asst. Cubmaster R. P. Mc- Margaret Rose Duncan chosei and Nea Weichel of Keystone went'I Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that i Bradford County's Exclusive Maytag DealerGAYS

Mrs. Howard Meyer, Mrs. Robert .' Lendon was in charge of the meet- i I Stephens College, Columbia, Mo.. deep sea fishing off Atlantic Bryan told him he had been drink

PARK' Firth Mrs. E. M. Long. Miss Della : ing and refreshments were served and Marcus Brown left VVednes- Beach Monday went about ) ing and did not remember what I

.' Rosenberg and Mrs. Richard B. ''by the mothers of Den Six. W. I day to resume his studies at the seven miles out in the ocean, but happened. HOME APPLIANCESPhone

,: Cauffman. E. Lawson donated the drinks. I I University of Miami Medical j I didn't get a nibble Also having i Besides the girls, the mother of j:

Tues. :I The meeting night has been School Florence Brown is fisherman's lufk on a boating' the girl who said she was attacked -| 10 Starke, Fla.
Sun. Mon.. 1 1I
September. 9. 10. 11 Musgrove VacationState changed to the last Monday in I i teaching first grade this year at trip Saturday to Monday on the testified. She told of Bryan -' "It's Service After the Sale That Counts ... "
DOUBLE FEATURE each month with the next meeting I the Emerson Elementary School, Ocklawaha and Silver Rivers to, coming to her house to hire j'

Highway Patrolman Car- slated for Sept. 24. in S.V. Miami Babs Lance i Silver Springs were Thelma and someone for the washing and

Never Say Goodbye t los Musgrove started on his annual : has entered Charity Nursing Monk Dinkins, Dot and Bill Pow- identified the man in the. judge's
vacation He will
IX TErilXICOLOKUUh on Tuesday School in New Orleans, and Barbara I ell, Andy and Dot Adkins Virginia :, office as Bryan. ,

Rock Hudson and Mi'... leturn to duty Sept. 22. !I! We wish to express our appreciation -i' Colley who has been there' and Junius Smith, and Alyce Bryan's mother was also in the

Cornell Korchers -- i t to all for the kindnessand ''a year, will be her "Big Sister" and Bill Graham office.

AND IT'S A FACT! favors shown in our recent : Glen Reddish, Dems Mathews.;i So long see you in the next Bryan told a Telegraph reporterthat 41 fi

i bereavement and especially to W. ,(and Raymohd Stefanelli will enter he has been married a little
Seminole Uprising I I y'1it
The National Safety (Count IH. ana Stanley Noegel, Harold Murray State College in Kentucky -Carolyn over a year and has no children

IX TEC'HMfOIjOK reports that one out of II people Smith, and Mrs. Dave Paulk and 1 Kenneth Elder left Sunday for I:
\\th George/ Montgomeryriu family, Mrs Jewel Rowe and his first year \Vofford College ,
iII suffer arudental injury I I
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Color Cart4Hin for ('hildrfl'ed I i )'. Spartanburg. S. C., where he has ,
this sear CITY COUNCIL
I football FOR ,
\ Thur. Sept. 12.: 13:
DOUBLE FEATUREThere's A survey of state worniens Dewayne Elder. Jimmy Hazen. -- With All
Ai/racre? Shaw will I
l'ulIIl'n.tion| rases in 'olorado Buck Gill. and Lamar
Always attend South Georgia College. JOE ANDREWS III. X I
indicated that hack injurrases > CASH PURCHASES
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slate Road 1 G, the old Douglas, Ga Wayne Wall has <(I'd.< : }>Ol. .%tlv.)
Tomorrow under ( thiropr.it care: S
Hingsley Like route, looksvrr returned to his 10th grade at Blue I
tank k \ 1'reil
Barbara 1. Were returned to n ork in \' ninth like a road. It feels Ridge School Hendersonx N

.MaiMurray: like a road. Hut it may not C. Home of Purina Chows
about half the time required l It joilier
.\xn- be a roa,j after all. Adele Scholl returned Tuesday WTEDTOBUY'SLASH

Hell's Half Acre niethiHls and That's the word from :M. fi.McMillan after spending the summer at I Feed -- Seed -- Fertilizer

\\ith WI'nlt-1I C'ure->" and K\: tI ljnK 2. The average cost to the local sun ever who Ocean City. N. J. where she had ,-

e->H state fund uas about one-third should know what he's talking a summer job Gene Shaw. :.

Mus Cartoon f..r Ri.K less than other methods t>f i about. He told the Counts Lemuel Williams and George PINE CONES Phone 143
I Conunissioners about it > Winkler spent the long weekend t

Fri Sat. Sept 11. 13; treatment. rl't''ntly. I at Daytona Beach FN JImmy

DOlBLE FEATURE: Keiiiemlier for shorter loss "if : \lth..uh :Sit li has been ,:''Weldon. stationed at orfolk'a $1.50 Per Bushel Ar

The Silver Star time and less rost for fare I in use all these jears. portions i made a surprise visit home last

of the riht of weekend Airman 3-c John %
ilk Ktlsar: lluth.in.rn unit :Marie see jour ( hiro|>ra<'tor first.IN way 1' Only This Year" Crop Cones Gath'redft'r September *4
never have N-en deede.i to therount.v. Wall III. stationed at Smokex
iml-or :VTAKHi: That means title stillis I Hills \FD. Sahna. Kansas will be Mh Delivered To Our Headquarters :)laxviIleFlorida. I

ANDINFERNO- IT'I I ,....telith landowners &\- home Sept. 10 for a week's furlough Or We Will Pick Up 15 Bushels Or More. ,I

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC : jacent to the highway. MtMil- Tommy Hardenbrook

IN TKCIIM: : )ll.OR | Ian .ail pl -nt> of Bradford'sj and Tommy Reams of the Xa PHONE MAXVILLE 4 ;
11t'1II'I I tonal Guard have left for three Brownlee & Chasteen
ilk Koliert Ryan KhumU j graded roads are in the same -
l ing! and William l.umligan/ I boat.I months basic training at Ft. Jackson -

1 Mus :*enal Chap. 13, (artiton for CLINIC I .\t last report no landowner S. C. and from there will go Your Checkerboard Feed Store" 21
Kid* |; 3 Blocks North of Post Office I \\"as attempting toe\tra<.t tolls for three more months training at ST. :- IJrownlee and Cherry Streets t?

t I for '"his" section of the road Aberdeen. Md J.mnn Young Starke, Florida --

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.1 i I I Mr: and Mrs. Charlie i Cwen i i Mrs: Effie Johns had as her j teas, Mrs. LorenaI'J.'n.j"n: ..
All Hit
Right The Dirt Rites Held For
and family spent Monday with guests Wednesda11': and Mrs:: Jacksonville. Mrs. Beadle T. Rh -

I i Mr and Mrs Wayne Douglas in Tony Margeu of Tampa and on ,I en of Raiford. and! Mrs J<>-s,.' :V!
Johnie Johns
Jacksonville and also visited the Thursday her nieces: >,, :Mrs F. W.I I Set! i of Ru hmond. Va f ui -- -

I zoo there. Webb of Hawthorne, and \lIs i Theodore of Sanford. .fa:. ,'- 'iJacksonville.

:Mr and Mrs Julian Peek and Pete Linsay of High Springs. i ( ,-"j-.e'a: sot\i.e. were held Sat- Clyde of 1.1: I ". .

children of Decatur Ga. spent Elissa Stefanelli spent Wednesday d' Inat the !graveside in Conner and DeVVitt Johns of p.:M-" .'"

last Thursday and Friday with to Sunday with her brother I :!. cemetery for Johnie Johns. 90. anent : grandi'hildte'1: i-:,1 I.:\ !great :

THE NEWS :Mr and Mrs. J. II Ritch and and family. Mr and Mrs Robert : t .- of Raiford. The Re1.lt'y \'. children.

J Judge and Mrs E. K. Perryman. Stefanelli in Tallahassee. Mr and,) : Pridgeon olficiated..Mr Active pallbti: < s veit E: .
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Mr and Mrs H. L. Hill and two Mrs. Henry Stefanelli went to last week at the Wallace. Haroui Ya I." ?,:.
Lathan and children Mi" and! :Mus !'i.-me of a daughter in Jackson- ,.
Mr.Mildred Truman Salano of I children of Atlanta and Mrs. IIM Tallahassee on Sunday to gee Marklee Alvarez. Jack Sap I ':':

have returned to their home St. Augustine spent the weekend Hill of Shreveport La. spent I Eli.:sa.I ?if A lifelong resident of Brad- Ross and :Monroe Killer R n. .'
in Philadelphia Pa. after a two with Mi and MisV.. A. Solano. i i, the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ; m:d! County he was a retired
: Clark of 'Ii- was in the family plot D.A\ ':
Miss: Marguerite and :
: it ::1.1'1'i a member
I, of the Pur-
month's visit with her :Mr: and Mrs.Villard Wynn and ll.uney1'Rae and family.
brother.in-I I I ami was visiting her parents Mi '> Baptist Chinch.Snvivors C. Jones Funeral Home of S't.i: ii n'
law and sister, Mr. family had as weekend guests | Mrs Barney 1'Rae1rs.. II. L. ;
and Mrs I. E. Clark, over the
include three
A. Solano. :\1 rs. Mary E'ansIrs.: Hazel Hill! and ('hildren11'5.. F.1.. daughAALAA41AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA- was in charge of arrangerr..t-

Out of town dinner guests of Howard and James Berry of Montgomery -' Crawford and children, Mrs. Al weekend.I In TieAir Together/ IAAAAAAAAAAA1A1A1s1A1A11A1FELLOW
I I \ Kenneth Sanders : -
: and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley at Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Harley, Mrs. Cary Nazworth and '
the Garden Restaurant on Sunday A. F. Wynn and family of jacksonville. : Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner and 'of Jacksonville! were Sunday

were Mrs. J. Thornquest of Jacksonville ,. I j son spent Sunday at St. Augus- I 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maxi 1 CITIZENS :

and Rev. John R. Cortsof Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre were tine Beach. Carter Sr. I I IMr

Ohio. in Jacksonville Tuesday evening! :Mrs. C. J. Houpt was called to and Mrs Newcomb :3 On the basis of my experience and thorough

Miss Linda Padgett has returned to meet their daughter. Nancy, I 1 Tampa Wednesday of last week have purchased the H. F. Parmen-' < knowledge of the affairs of the City of Starke, I am *

to her home in Miami after a A'ho has been visiting Mr.: and by the illness! of her mother, Mrs. !1 ter home on Pratt St. in Saratoga seeking re-election to the Starke City Council.! t

month's visit with her uncle and Mrs Irving Litchfield in Wash ..I. S. J Douberley, who had a stroke. : Heights and expect to move there
aur.t, Mr and Mrs. Willard Wynn I in ton, N. C. for the past ten I Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strickland within the next two weeks. During these past few tears, the City of Starke t

and family. I days. Sr of Daytona are spending Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sapp and Bradford High's F/mtl>all Squad go through their toiiRhrning up( 5 has gone through a period of unprecedented growth.

IraV.. Andreu is recovering I I Mr and Mrs. George Kopelousos ,, Wednesday with the junior Strick- baby of Palatka spent the weekend routines getting into shape to meet :March-1111) on the field next week. Necessarily, because of growth, the affairs of the city fc

from the stroke he suffered !I.. returned last Saturday from a lands. with :Mr.: and Mrs. Carl L. .4 hate become increasingly I complex. An understanding >

month ago, but is still confined I week's vacation in Havana, Cuba. i Mrs. Laura Tison spent last Johns. 4 of these complex problems is necessary for smooth and t

to his home. Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Mareo week with her son-in-law and Larry DeLoach of Douglas. GaI Football Picture Brightens 1 trouble-free service on the City Council the cit's sole t

and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brinson 1' daughter, )[r. and Mrs. J. D. I is spending this week with De- 3 policy-making body.

flew to Miami from Friday to Smith in Tampa.I return
Both' will
Robert Cantrelland wayne Elder. flays of optimism about the halili.uk and fullr.uk In the two I have
I Monday where they attended the I :\ and :Mrs. to their studies at South Georgia ; past tears.. serted the city as *
RE-ELECT Charity Football game Friday children of Jacksonvilleveie this weekend. 1956fnotball prospects for Linesmen to get special mention .4 Chairman of the Council.! This habeen a rewarding texperience
I Robert i College Bradford High tan be seen escaping for the abIlity they have
night and then fished off theKev visiting Mr: and + is I saw the oiU develop and \\e t
i I Mr. and :Mrs.: L :\. Pickering ltd m the coaches the last shown wenJt>e Harden and MikGoIdUP '
and at Marthon. Green on Sunday. : hate made a great deal of >
EWELLLAWSON( ( : Mrs E. F. :Miles was in St. i| Mrs. W. G. Haile Sr. returned attended. Open House Sunday at few days. And if the squad niem- f
i the home of :Mr: and Mrs. R. C bets can be believed there is *
to must t admit the
Augustine Tuesday to visit her Monday from a month's trip Register said the lads ate in we t job is not done Much fork

TO YOUR I: sister, Mrs \\'. S. Wilder, who j Atlanta and Rutledge Ga., and Dunn Sr at Ponte Vedra Beach I nothing to worry about. top spIrit and can hardly wait i remains before the citt" expansion of power plant and *
I relatives given in honor of their dauhterIrs. : The first scrimmage was held until the i
underwent in Flagler Charlotte, N. C. with first game against Macclenny utilities can be termed complete. Once again, expert
surgery ::\ Broke Lee who will join herhusband and
Council Hospital. i and friends. She made the trip Monday in a negative sort on Sept. 15. 3 fence will be a valuable factor in recognizing and soht
City I | Mannheim: Germany of Coach Lennard I
niece Mr. way Register
and ,
J with her nephew
:Mis J. C. Warren of Tampa I I I 3 ing the citt's. Problems

,..-.....___. _. _, spent last week with Mr. and and Mrs Doyle Adair, of West soon.Mr. Gonzalez|!:i ii seemed mances.pleased with the lads'perfoi I! Recent Births ::
( Mis C. H. Quick.Mi J Palm Beach i, and :Mrs. Tony : Since experience is a tital I factor; t during this per- *
I and1 rs. C. R. Wilson of S i Gray Flynn of Tampa is spending spent the weekend with relatives i) "For a first day out they didn'tlook :Mr: and Mrs Joseph Garrison 4 iod I am seeking re-election, believing my background t
I :, this week with his grandparents in Tampa and Webster. too bad, he said. i I of Starke in
1 i1 Gainesville was the guest of Mr. announce the birth of 4 our city got eminent will enable me to serve effi- t
I Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Mrs Richard Fowler and song i Register said he is expecting'a a son Joseph ,
and Mrs R. M. McUae on Sundayand i lot from his this Dwight on Sept 3 ciently and ably. On the basis of my experience and
-t [ Monday. i Sr. of Tampa spent Wednesday Missi and t quarterback: 1 in Doctor's Hospital.Mr. thorough knowledge of city affairs I humbly ask
1 Mr. and :Mrs. L. D Green spent Thursday of last week with : year and believes that in Charles |
Friends of Hoke Harris will! be 1 the weekend in Tallahassee with Lillian Stump and Mrs Del Colley.I Noegel he has the man who can support of my candidacy. the September 11 election t

interested to know that he was Mr and Mrs. Willard Pass. They C. J. Cooper of Chiefland was a : deliver the goods. Xoegel is a .... >
I! and Mrs. John Arthur To- < Sincerely I .
transferred from the Bradford I took home their grandson Gene visitor, last week of Mr. junior who lettered in defense :
andIrs'i rode Starke
% ) of are the happy
ii where he !
was last .
County Hospital
Pass, who had spent the past C. L. Cooper. I year. ''
confined following a heart at- :, While Another rising star in the backfield I parents of a daughter Sally Ann 5 JAMES A.
month with the Greens. en- Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns torn Aug. 31 in Vincent's Hos LEWIS. t
tack, to St. Vincent's Hospitalon visited relatives the coach said is Gary Bennett ,
: route home they spent the weekend in Lake Butler: pital.! 4
> Monday, and is getting along lad from Law I'd. 1'01.1
i in Perry and Mayo. with her mother, Mrs. N. A. Con- a ley who plays t ( ) *
nicely. His family, who Have i Mrs. C. D. Williams will return
spent the summer at Kingsley .
home Saturday after spending :Mr. and Mrs. C L. Coopeand
.' Lake, have also moved back to I the past three weeks with a niece family were visiting in Chiefland
j I their home in Jacksonville.Mr. : in Foil
j I' and Mrs. Herbert Sellers Mrs Blanche Beckner : and Cross City on Monday:
i Lauderdale. Mr. and :Mrs. Ted Wiye of Miami -
j. t tj \ have moved from the Hoppe cottage I. Little Mary Leigh Priest entered !i and Mr:: and Mrs Roy Win- Most Appreciated Gift
Lake to the
on Kingsley
Memorial Hospital
the Baptist i gate of Jacksonville were weekend -
y ,I Hoke Harris cottage. in Jacksonville last Friday duei guests of Mr. and Mis:: Tyler
,* ] Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin of i i to illness. She will have her tonsils, Jones. Is The USEFUL Gift
i Ol'hhwknee Ga. and Mr and :Mrs
sometime this
removed i
Mr. and Mrs Herbeit Thomas
The of Starke has I
City W II. Thomson and children ol
Dodd of Jacksonville -
Miss Lynell and daughter, Kathleen, and Pat
made great strides in Monticello spent the Labor Day
home for the weekend
was Henry spent the weekend at their
the last fews years. Let's j I weekend with their parents, Mr.'': with her parents, Mr. and Mrs in the Scrub. i

continue to grow with j I! and Mrs F. F. Stump. W. J. Dodd.! camp
Ewell Lawson as your City ),11and :Mrs. Eldon Sapp and! Mr and Mrs. Don McCann and I Mir and Mis Paul Hutihinsand Gifts For All OccasionsBy
children were guests of Mr and
Councilman.Your ;, son. Rudolph, spent the weekend j family have returned to then ,
:\lrs. James Bruce at their fish-
with Mr. and :Mrs. D. M. Heath home in Caspar, Wyo. after spending I
ing camp at Herncks Bluff, Ga.
vote and support in Fort Laudeidale two weeks with her mother,

greatly appreciated.Pd. Mr. and Mis. George Kaufmanr: | Mrs W. L. Blair. over the weekend.
Mrs Heibert Thomas entertained
and son, Paul, spent Saturday and' j Mr a'ndlr5.: EustisrKnihl t
( J'ol.d\,) : the State Farm Budge club
Sunday visiting in Orlando, and: '1! and son, David, spentlonday: at t Demand
I Apopka. ; St. Augustine Beach. Thursday of last week at two Popular --

Mrs W. K. Wilder and Mr I Mr and Mrs. Bill Irvan and tables of bridge Wonderful Wonderful Gifts

and Mis. Jimmy Hansen and son,, son Bill! Guy, of Lexington Ky Mrs A. B. Jones of Callahan Our Stock of
is Mr and :Mrs Tyler
Randy, of Orlando were visiting have spent the past week with Dr,
FLORIDATHEATRE Mis Fay Gill and Mr. and Mrs: and Mrs. A. Y. Covington. Jones this week. 6yI
1 .I D Doyle on Tuesday. )11'. and Mrs ),1. \\'. Lance had
anO I
Mr. and :Mrs. Guy
Mis. hrllte Hall was visiting las holiday guests :Mr: and Mrs
: son. Tommy spent the weekend I II I
,iclutiws! in Charleston, S. C. over i in :Miami Beach visiting :Mr. anJrrs. IHilIy;i Burbank Jr. and ihildien of I &te4tooh
the weekend. 'I I Fernandma. T- gt. and Mrs. L. J
:\ Aubrey Maura: and othei r
Butih Locke of the WyominjAn : I friends and lelatives.i .1 i Richardson and children of Valdosta -
Force Base is t\\(1 and sheriff and Mis: B. R
spending I
i :\[ and :Mrs Joe Arnold anc:I
\\'t'l'ks'lth his brother and sis- I daughter Jaikie, were vacation II Quinn and daughter, Wanda, If Is the Largest and Most Beautiful! we have

-SETTS-ONLY' telm.law1'. and Mrs. Bra I Ii' j ing last week at Miami Beach. I Inverness. ever offered. If you are not already a satisfied 1'

DOl'HLE FEATURE Lot'ke. I :MIr: and :Mrs. Robbie Shaller returned i'I Pamela Faye Lawson spent thei Esterbrook user, ask the man \\ho.owns

Mr: and Mrs. L. E. Whitesid.ef'| home Tuesday after :I i 'weekend! with Mazie Young in *ne.. Pens Tends and Desk Sets by

j and son. Dr. E. F. Whiteside, o week's visit with :Mrs. Nancj v'Lake Butler. America's Oldest Penmaker.
Tampa spent the weekend wit h!I Miami. .
Gunter and other relativs in -
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr' .KATING: TONIGHT: P.ID.-Pak Set-donty!
and Mrs L. D. Haines and family sa. and
puri pen I
I Mr and Mrs J. B. Spence:r ,
| Mr and Mrs. W. R. Royster 01 1 Orlando the weekem i i The I'SO will be open tonightI The Popular pencil in handy find-
Jacksonville were weekend guest:s of spent I (Fndavi I for the skating programand able ton. Choic of
PICTUK with :Mr. and Mrs: :Maxie Carte:r '
invited. point' choic' of Apoittl
all are
teenagers '
of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish.
Jr. colon $5.00
I Mrs. Riley Wasdin and daugh
AvU-Fll D.ik Pen S.
ir t-with iA.
ter, Linda, were shopping
I I ptn That fills Itit'f from a giant Ink.
Gainesville on Saturday. I In Black f fovntaln In th. bait. Fountan-base
I Bobbie Faye Smith spent lasl FOR CITY COUNCIL nd Ink only 4 flmei yearly In '
My Y,. 3 week with Becky Baker in Jack: 3.25. normal vt*. Choic ef point, thole ..' ,
Goodness- sonville. I -- 0f color t . . $4.00

I IfGuinnesd I 1 Mrs Kirby Smith of Hawthorn. I JOE ANDREWS III. X In Colors I
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sh'I -- h -- -'.
ALECGWNNESS (Pd. 1'01.d\ ) I 1 I
Smith over the weekend. II
r-._.__n______, Mrs. Bernice Noell of Memphis ::1 3.75
THE s1DC1)LVlj1'E
rftTrh Tenn. spent the weekend with Mr. Also with chain attached for in
; : r I comes use .
;; cl clamso and Mrs C. W. Colson and Bill I S AT HO. I Motels Restaurants, Banks Sen-ice Stations l 1 '

mum_ Epps. S AYE YOU MANY D 0* t ARSI!! etc.
h..rrr.gnwtarLfa Mr and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and I >

.... .r/a1/.fOYCt daughter. Marcia Kay Furlong,, _
were Monday evening dinner PIECE

man guests in of Gainesville.Mr Mr. and Mrs.. H. A Cole- l ulfltl rs't NOV/YOUGET/! The

; Dtltx "K" "cht''
Plus "StageCartoon Door Magoo"Chapter and Mrs Albert Hard thnodlfiopolnt" ItavtiM, e* Eittf.
and :No 6 of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors MORE FEATURES Ideal .I your choic krook r.n iimaon.d; Push

Serial. of Mr. and Mrs Frazier Shaw _lDIolh.barrel ,.",i1. GUcralng/ i.eta) caps

| Mrs Dan Harris of Jacksonville! GIll baud. .. $1.71

Sunday Monday Tuesday I i: was visiting Mrs W B. Mundy I 11 (0011 MORE VALUE !I Gift GlvethemanEster rOOk'--

September 9. _10 11 on Tuesday.Miss ; Guiett -
one of beautiful and ltlltlraerr
many pen :
Elizabeth Province ot, Jacksomille :: i.Reg for
the Florida State Baptist or a marvelous desk pen let. All will be

I Young People's Director, is spending ulor1495Ylue t. '- Student presents of easier, smoother writing because

I this week at the Mundy tot- you choose the right point for any kind, any
tage on Kingsley Lake. 9
way of writing. More than 30 point itylej.
Mr and Mrs. Noble Kelton of f Teacher
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RIVER ? Arkansas, residents here during v 111- 1 NEW

AARriN World War II were Monday visitors .
of Mr and Mrs C C( I Barks- HouseWife-


:Mis Sarah Barefoot "I\\ .Ink

.. sonvillo spent the tirrkeI! \\ < >i I'J.I J.h. f
I .. When in need of the Heavier Items of J
her i>.iu>nts, Mr and l :\!e- i .: tKruniLs f.l. / '" 4
Plus (,ee Whiz Z / T Cart or Office Equipment Desks Chairs
I)ink ins p f:;
< on Filing Cabinets etc. Get Our Prices -... f
of J. H 1.t.1! ,\ H"! bt Compare this typewriter and you q"r-l

''iappto! learn that Its '. i, It will be convinced that here is a BusinessMan First. We can offer you overnight "Y,

Wed Thurs. Sept 11': 1.1HI : home Saturday from t'u! !i'1 ui''n.i superb portable typewriter ;hat delivery on everything you need. We will appreciate the

.". "-1 Count Hospital whotontmed -.. I" > .* I gives you beautiful printwork and opportunity to quote.
t a
fi.ITS Att-STAR MASTERPIECE! \ for the past t."K' o new ease of operation-it's quiet

HUHNDRE DUMAS''filE v Mr and Mrs: Robe! B.-ks.iai* i a Powerful too. It's the only portable with:
and children returned11..' \\'...! .
Miracle Tab and 34 other

THREE nesday from a ten-d.iy \.1 i t a s 'I Dependable lightweight!! standing useful features.; Budget out- TERMS IFDESIRED Also Remington t Adding he

MUSKETEERS 1 1i. in Danberry. N C TermsTestTypingtrials I arranged. I
Mr and Mrs A K T.... -
.* i. TECHNICOLOR \ of :Miami were weeko"d! ? ". < -
of )[1'. and Mrs C C p i'k! tit'I

GNf and Mrs Lula Mutt! Th.I! :- -- I
: had as a visitor :Mondttin t: I

JUNE AllYSON VAN HITliN : hi other. Leon Thomas o f Mtn: i-o

)'In:. :Mott returned TO MM" KOCH'S DRUG STORE Bradford County Telegraph i

ANGELA tANS8URY .: : ,t with the A. K.: Thomase- fur .i'indefinite : 1(

Mr and Mrs. Alton Dobbs \s.a::

Plus Out To Punch" Cartoon 1 move soon to lOCI:: Ashton S' Phone 29 Starke, Fla. Est. 1879nun. {
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Summer Theatre, in Atlanta and :Miss: l Rigsby is (W* iclAL SEAL: Chance .' .. a i nfes I
: a nurse at Watts grade. 'I A. Darby ti ( f pt. !: f, 19 ;: Ol\\ :-t -ed by you.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS he tame: to Keystone to \ .sit' Hospital there. I The n.) R. Stones spent the j By Marian Clerk L. of Crosby the, Circuit Deputy Court Clerk i he I U- taktn aIIeg.ions as cunrtd>,f said by Petition you. w.:. I This each notice week shall for four be: it.T'.I't-., ,. i icme

Mrs. Stewart before returning to I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hall of'|'weekend in Lakeland with the I I $, 3o 4t 9/21 Th.s notice thai be published i ...t'I.* in the Pradford i\ur.\ ... -

By .Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 New York, where he will be in i Geneva Beach Apts. have been I Ri chard Clarkes. ', \OII< t-: :'II, 41'PKIII- j;ionce!weeks each week for four con>-.'citl\e': 'eraph. ,

a Eroadway show this winter. j in Apopka this week visiting Mr I| Mr. and :Mrs.: Steve Simmons oi 'In' C Irrnlt <'..ur'. ilmdfiiril County, I;graph. in the Bradford County I'a'.dhi.1OFl'lCIALIJEAL'- ? -).,,' f .\ .L .-'
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fYTYYfYTYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYbdioul "" < rinrliln: In 4 hnncerr.nn.i A. Darby
When Mr. Stewart Hall's CarrabelIe \"IsitedIr.:: and :Mrs: Paled this lot U iv of \ Clerk of .
was he the I'f
living : parents. | \ X' cry.\ Y'a'II'! .t, \ -. _\rtlwn"jXnI. 1 956.OFF1CIAL. i:; i
Us. Faced Lilted las the rathul'c Chapiain at the By Marian L. Crosby. Dtputv i"ie-k;
and :Mrs.: Stewart Wilkinson I II
spent many hap Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Moody I Edgar on Monday. I r t SEAL) '
An, ihc children and their State p!:sun in Raiford. Father ; LaX i 10-1747 Charles A. Darb,. ; ;
par- times at the I Mrs. Les Prevatt and children i
py farm of Mr. and son of Lakeland spent Labor \e llrr 11. Appear
nis ,\no accompanied: them when I Jordan was sent to St. Joseph's Cordner i ''of the State Farm ;! .. Clerk the Circuit Court'I i Circuit C...rt. Bradford ( KUIHriorUai s .
near Quakertown Pa. Day: weekend with their cousin, were Sunday T. Anttmnv -:< it !. WT>' <> !IiM i S. 17 4t S,7.la la Cniacer .
they registered wero Impressed Parish in Bradenton. j Visitor llonorwl : of Mr and Mrs. Willie ; krxun .uldri-- J- 1.17 i sit >on.t'cl i ;
At Luiuheon guests
I iI | and
I Cht'sterfoody,
family on :v.r..t. |s lhatii! 1''lktl.1\ lin u\, i lit raM: P. Mirttil. Plain ,:! :.
with the beautiflcatlon operation i Driters Licenses Mrs. James Cook entertained '! Brooklyn Bay. j jcMr. fis. 'I w" Y..rk ; - It :.dan'.
'IX' j riuriila; In l bRDn".. .
that has taken place during the I Today (Friday) Judge Thoma3 I at her Lake \\ nnott home last and :Mrs.: Elbert Altman 1'T.t \\ ill M -it You are hereby. notified that a j (".te No. 11-17"1 ,' C'a'e'\ ,. -
.. .
at the school The walla I The first of the i Mnr f..r Pii'-r ''-"II>' ad: 1',11- I.ym"n.l !':. Worth. l'.imti. \-. Or*>r 4Appear) )'...II..U.n.1 .1. I.
summer PTA
J. Rivers will be at the Keystone I week with a Canasta Luncheon and their guests. Mrs. Altman'srousin meeting t..1 ,.f infant child f.i.ue i :S, \\oith i l>< fendant.trdrr : Mate Of Florida 1...
ban all been repainted; the floors I will be held at the School on Tuesday -< has been flied aKainst in tie'abuve H.tln"t- 5I.irtt.; -edme
Barber Shop to issue driver's honoring her friend and houseguest :Mr.: and :Mrs.: J. C. Haire, you : ( landed varnished, and waxed evening, Sept. 11. Mrs. D. named Court an.! causa and : Appear: Male of Fiends 1 o: and addrt"- -: I : I k. '
aro ,
I :Mrs.: C. V. of .
Brust of Holly- Savannah, Ga., were on a'' yuu are required to nerve a copy of You are rtquirtd t :'1' ..
to a high shine: and there are licenses to all the folks of this wood and Ft. Lauderdale. High fishing trip off Cedar Stone is the newly elected presi- ur answer or pleading to the i' Urare S. Worth, line rtt.dtnoe Sept 17, 1936. i'l the a' vurt <. .
Key last and ldre.s unhnnwn.
15. II i] ,
new Venetian blinds throughout. area who held a 1906 license and I dent :Mrs.: Ed Durban a5 viceesident. complaint on the Plaintiffs fttormv (.\- and cause, w 1 I. :t "i ,
Canasta prize was won by Mrs. week. i l .\ Him II i". Baldwin, i I y.u are rc'itiirvd to appear on 17 seeks divorce.tiradford .
Yes the old place isn't the same who wish to save a trip out of Edith Thornqust.; while :Mrs.: Sara :Mrs.: W. C. Klmepetei- Swan j pr :Miss: Dorothy Swan- Vnl.il llu.lil'iiK: r. (i. IU.x lOt r September: I&jli, In the abu\e nanird County T'g'! .>; ',
as when :Mama went to school town to purchase theirs. With the j[ born as treasurer and Mrs. Vicky 'Ia.n" >\all.". joj"ritl.t [Court and cause, herein plaintiff |publish this Order in I.IAI :
:McDonald: went home with Lake, and Mrs. Allen Ueeks '
I Graham ofi {'and file the original In the office l! dr.yrre. raie, custody cuiilrulul 'I weekly issues.
there. able assistance of Mrs. Agnes the consolation prize. Guests included Melrose were high-scorer at the{'Jones as secretary. Everyone ''of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB minor children. I Witness my hand and ..f' <- -
i' please come. or before the Pradford ;at Starke .Florida th.s OUi A .' ,
Judge Rivers will issue I County Ttlegraph shall'publnh -
Sunday Sept. 2, Father John.1' Mrs. O. G. Johnson Mrs. regular meeting of the Duplicate I 24th day" ..C S'-|'tt n.l..r| 1O6! ;; ; this urder in iitxt four 1S56.
Skehan, who replaced Father I licenses from 9 a. m. until 6 Johr. Detweiler :Miss Ruth Ohlson Bridge Club Aug. 23. On August Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Byrd of Seville otherwise the allegations of said I weekly Issues.Vitnet.s I I OFFICIAL SEAL)
1 p. m. Price for an operator's license Mrs. Edith 30 Mrs. were Sunday guests of Mr. Il'IoIDPlalnt111] be taken as con- \ my hand and offic'al! seal'' Charles A. Darby.As .
Harold Jordan, said Mass: for Thornquist Mrs. Carl Carnes and Mrs.I ,fend scd by you. at Starke, Florida, this, IVtb A ugu"I,1' Clerk of said CouBy --.
is $1.25; for a chauffeur'slicense Charles Smith Mrs. Sara McDonald Vilma Menzen were high a Mrs. Bobby Morris. TINS notice fhall be published I 1936.OFFICIAL. Marian L. Crosby. Drpi'\ S
the first time in his new Parish scorers. once each week for four consecutive $2.25. After Oct. 1, an Futch and Leslie I ( SEAL) !
Mrs. Mr. Terry
Davij Nelson and and Mrs. W. S. James and I Phillips weeks In the Bradford County Tele. C'liarles A. Pldg.' Jacksonville I, FKrdi.Attjs. .
St Edward's in Starke and St.William's applicant must pay a delinquent her sister-in-law, Miss Miriam family of Greensboro, N. C. have [ were busmer.3 visitors to Atlanta'on I'atni day of August. As Clerk Darby.of Said Court. i,, for Pf. 1 4' '. 7
19 1i.
in Keystone Heights. fee of $1 or take-and pass -a Nelson. I hiThompsons in )' Friday. Samuel V. Holch. 409-A Main St.. I II
| en South Florida visiting j ji (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Dax toiia Bern.h, Fla. '! Minn: or 1-IIT'no":
Father Skehan comes to us from written test and a road test.3li' Hate ( irl i Mrs. James' mother Mrs. E. C I!' little and Janice Stone spent Clerk. of the Circuit Court jI j'Attys. for I'lL S,17 4t 9.7!I I. William T. Jukvo-i, I.I' "
.. Templeton Die I i I S:24 4t ':14 Starke. Florida by r"i. i : '
Hollywood, Fla., and this is his Thursday Aug. 30 was a Brink worth, and then came to( 1 last; wl'eknth Becky Gill in Live' I \nTHKio \PIKK ; i ii authorityited in me Iv '.I-K

first pastorate. He will also serve Mrs Carrie Templeton, who, for great day for the Norman P. i I I Keystone to visit Mr. James' mother -, Oak Butch Gill spent the week In rirrolt'Ol1J HI.\I'I'JaR i In Circuit (Court Bradford County, |'I hereby call an electi. III h \
t'uurl. Hmdlurd Coorlj, |
12 years, made her home in Key. Thompson family for it was the ':1 Mrs. Ann James. Mrs. James with Danny here Ir. and Mrs Florida In fkanrry.1rin [ I. Miirliln Edward In ('.hn..r1.ICarl Tarolton. Plaintiff. vs. ] at town the by Fire the Station qualified in tht \at".,t.!:' i .1.,

stone Heights with her daughter, day Mrs. Thompson and her and her son and his family i Gill came for Them on Sunday.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYYY. T,. Harry :M.ilonp. Jr Plain-!'Mary Agnes Tarolton. Defendant. Tue-tla>, Siptembtr 11. I1".' : : .
FOR DEPENDABLE Mrs died Tues spent i M x Anr.it.: 1:< I 1" .. Malon'. 1'*>- | Case No. 10-1737 purpi.e of electing ti.o L.: .. ..;
Vance |
Aughtry brand new daughter. Peggy Ann, i,: Labor Day weekend at Jacksonville !10 '"I.tI!,Y.'a'e Nu. 10-17001>...1... To Appear officers:
day afternoon, Aug. 28 in Mason Eeach. >i>ilfe. To AppeariT 111nl1111:111: : t N rouTWO
came home from Bradford Coun- I TO: Mary Agnes Tarolton. whose
T \ (' K( l hfl'ca Malon. whose
Termite Control Manor Nursing Home, Jacksonville ty Hospital. The baby was born Mr. and :Mrs.: Bill Sipielle took j '. -u1.. n, .' and addnl1-. .:.17 Lin- l residence ou.L'rzve..and West address 1ly.tts is Mlle: 3419, Mary Tu- !j' Inspectors for\I sad:\II". > ,'. .

following an illness of sev- Aug. 27.I'erxonaK. their son, Dickie, to Jacksonville STATE ii \\.ni.i. \\ at n< -hl.r"'lrgIDl. ,' ,land. Charles A. HanU.
I eral months. The body was shipped on FARMa Yriu, are hereby. notified tbat a You are hereby notified that a A. L. Crosby Jr .
S Household & CommercialPest Monday to the home offr:: I I f.r li' c Mi.t for divorce Mrs. Glenn Duk- ,
j to Greenville, S. C. for burial. as been filed against you In thebuve
ControlS :Mr.: and Mrs. George Clemens, 'i and 1 Mrs. Theodore Jordan, where By Janet named Court and cause and as been filed trains you In th. Kay Stone
'Survivors include five sons two I he will I above named Court and cause and Shcllie A. Hall.
of stay this winter. Mr. and I Irs. you are required to serve a copy I f' .
Grove Hillcrest left Tues., Aug. :2S! Phone 133-J; you are required to serve a copy of In testimony whereof.
SprajlflgCall daughters 17 grandchildren, and M Jordan of your answer or pleading to the name and .' i',. -
subscribe i
one great-grandchild. I on an auto trip to Tampa, to William's are the parents ofiSt. ,'IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney l your.iaint answer on the or pleading plaintiff's to Attorney the com- >. .1 of the my said town to 'I.'. .
FR. 6-6035 make the acquaintance of a new former pastor, Father > Fn'd RntI.r! 1::'i'1* Karnctt Rank ; this 7th. day it A .
,' Hroatluay Actor Visit Here Harold Jordan. i 1 Mr Alan f, Winter. .Tr !l I'Flor- P.dg. Jaiksoniille 2, Flila .\. ii. ls:;Ii.ll.f.'FICI.L;.
I Ii niece born recently to Mrs. Cle and Mis J C. Wallace had ida Title Budding, Jak-onnlk,
Florida Pest Control j Blame Cordner, Broadway, T.: i men's sister and brother-in-law, :Mr.: and Mis. Carl! Reiter and I a.- Sunday gue.stn her brothermI I I Florid., and Hie Clerk file the of oiiginal the Circuit in the Court office on or of \\ii.i.i\M SB.'I.T. J.\1'1.:" ''=. .. \ "

i V and Radio entertainer has I I Ij five children of Jacksonville 1 law and :Mr.: and file the original In the office of t In-fore the ATTEST: .
sister. Mrs. R
M-Sgt. ant :Mrs.: H. W. Anderson. spentSunday and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ., '
& Chemical Co. j been the guest of Mrs. D. O.::!i i The child will be named Mary. with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A' Wells, and daughter :Mary: (,1' In fore the :; tili day if :Stjit otlnrui 17 d.'>'f f the S I'nl..r ailtgatlon,. 1J06! : :iT said 1'\1:1. JlllJ\-: : :
: 1956; otherwise the allegation of ,
24 N. \V. 16th Ave.GaIBes'ille. ( Stewart this past week, arriving;| Majella, Mrs. Anderson is the Adams. jLAIVTEY rs. Isabel Edwards, and :Miss: said Complaint will be taken a.nfessed .

on Sunday and leaving Wednesday former Miss Eva Marcotte of Joan Mynihan. all of Jacksonville. by you. I
Florida Mr. Cordner had to "y.,....,.... This notice mall toll punished !
come Starke. .....,..... They also had as their guest :Mr.: once each week for four conseiu-

Jai'ksonville, his former home, and Mrs. W. J. Lang of Lake'W0I1h. live weeks In the Bradford County
l Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston Telegraph.Patid .

1 a njl! son spent Labor Day weekend \ Tom Lang, who has been' tins ::I't d."}. 'f Ai.t: : '

FOR CITY COUNCIL |' at Jacksonville Beach. ;i: visiting the Wallaces for the pastmonth 155C(OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby

:,: David Schaeffer son of Mr. and By :.Mrs. Jojce T. l'itcli accompanied his parents i Clerk of the ("irruitlurf !
I S J4 4t .' MOTICT
'I home. !|
'Mrs. George Schaeffer underwent |
u 4444 4444 44 4 4 44&' 1 Joe Neal Belche arrived home :>
I |, an operation at Bradford County -' h TO \I'I'r.\R

-JOK. ANDREWS. III. X-- 1 Hospital. Aug. 30, and is le-j Mrs. Albert Purser of Savannah I'' last Friday from San Diego Calif. In Florida Irriiit: In i'ourt.Chancery.Bradford County, I

(I'd. I'ul.d\".) I I ported to be making fine pro- (was the weekend guest of her<| here he served the past year Theresa H. Sanders pii '::' ,u. A

p gress. i t brother-in-law| and sister, Mr. and I aboard the USs Noble. Joe Neal Jcorge Sanders Dtfend.m! .

Mrs. James Puckett was in "'V M: rs. Henry Wamwnght. On Sunday l| is the son of :Mr.: and :Mrs. A. C. Nelche. "''' To AppearTo Case N", j.'e >> '

That's Our Business Lake City last week visiting her : :Mrs.: Purser and Mrs. \Vain- B : G'orgeanilrrs.: wl 1. '.' rdence I'l

I a T V brothers and their families, the wright visited another sister, Mrs. I' Mr. and :Mis.: J. G. Caldwell I and address is unkn'u ..
If It's Class We Have It! Wendell You are hereby notified that a
Rhoden !
I H. E. Bennetts, and the J. P. and family in visited relatives Sunday in Mi- suit for divorces

4 CALL WRITE or VISIT B Ocennetta. ala. canopy and Fairfield. ha been filed against you In the
1 I above named Court
II cause and .
1 Mrs. Mary Roberts and son, j The Ed Duibans. and Mrs. J. L. Mr. and :Mrs.: G. E. Crews had I you are required to serve a ,

1 Joe Peters Glass Co. i i Cosmos Roberts, of Jacksonville, -j Williams of Hampton returned I as weekend guests :Mrs.: John A. the copy complaint of your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to .. '

came to Keystone Heights last last week from a vacation trip I I Robertson and Miss Evelyn demons Attornty ('ha*. U. If' *', _'i">4-1>",

FOR ANY GLASS NEED : Sunday to visit Mrs. Roberts' cou- i spent with relatives in northla-I of Knoxville, Tenn., and :Mr.: Guaranty Florida Life };Idg., Jack>un\ lIle .'.

bama and Chattanooga Tenn. | and :Mrs.:
l We Design Modern Store Fronts | sin. Everett Fox and the Fox Crews and family and tile the original In the office ofthe
:Mr.: and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and I Monticello.: Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Just Mail Us A Patternfor family. Accompanying them was before the 17 day of Sept. 156 Those of
I M j r. and :Mrs.: Willie Dobbs ; us in this bank are
young Jimmy Fox who had been ; had as; I :Mr.: and Mrs. E. C. Long had I otherwise the allegations of said .
Table Tops eekend guests Mr. and :Mrs.: Ernest Complaint will be taken confessed
I as their guests last week Mr. as happy to welcome
visiting them for a week. ; ed our returning
1313 NW. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Hewett and son of Tallahassee, you. '
Long's sister-in-law
I IH Mrs. Arthur Beckwith recently brother and ,, This notice shall be published once 'teachers.
I' :M]r. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs antifamily I :Mr.: and :Mrs.: G. O. Long of Ft. each week for four consecutive ..
I returned from Phoenix, Ariz., 1 and :Mr.: and Mrs. I weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Casey Pierce, and Mrs. H. L. Bell
where she flew of graph. May
to be with her ]Dobbs all you enjoy a successful
of Jacksonville. They alII I Marianna. Dated this Uth day of Ai.gu-t, ''

II I II I h Hospital mother who there.was Her ill mother in St. Luke's is out 'Sunday enjoyed at the Dobbs family reunion 'I' Mr. and :Mrs.: M. C. Roberts had I 1956.(,i Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, ,r school year. If we can be of any

I Strickland's Landing on L as their guests Monday his mother. Clerk of the Circuit Court service to in financial
of the hospital now, but remains I Kin ngrey Lake. I Ey Marian U Crosby. Deputy Clerk I you matters,
:M: rs. J. :M.: Roberts and I
I his sis-
HUNDREDSof i I i a critical condiion. s/n n 9,7OTICB !
| | we shall regard it
iI Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson I i i t er, Mrs. Pearl Cain of Jackson- I as a privilege.
I Mr. and :Mrs. Michael Gilhooley I
and son of Jacksonville spent the j ville. % TO AI>"F:'" We invite to make of
land daughter of Staike, and Mr. I In Circuit {'.ort. Ilradford County, I you use our
details are managed and economic- I{ and Mrs. Thomas Gilhooley and weekend, with Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cameronand Florida In Chancery. i'' facilities.

ally attended that only a trained and 'Bennett. son of Winter Haven were Jeanne \V. Adams Plaintiffs..
\ daughter of Long Island, N. Y. I M! ark I'}. Adams I>ifen I careful organization can attend when I' were guests offr. and Mrs. !' Mrs. Luther Hilliard and chil- : guests last Friday and Saturday Gate No. 152S
dren and ::Mrs Steve Sr.'c' f *..tl.-e To ApnesnTo I
the urgent need for serving is at Starling j and Mrs. A. C. Bekhe. I
George Clemens and family of : JeanneV.. Adam and Sanno' I IlIort
hand. Hillcrest. were Friday night guests of :Mr.i!I Miscellaneous shnucr P.I Adams "h,.'-" ,..I.1t t.si-' 11't

L II I I and Mrs. Raymond Suber mj L I: Mrs L.V.. l'a'efrs.:: Eva South! Crande A\citlie, Lo>, AngtU-1 ,
Little Miss Pamela Thompson 12, California.You ,
II I Jacksonville. ] Green, Mrs Lois Raulecson and
I are hprel.notififl that a
visited Mrs.
j grandmother, i
The Clifton Sellers lamiiy of.: 5Saxton \ rs. Gladys Collins were hos- :petition' for modification of a fnal'deeree BANK STARKE
Miller Lott, of Waycross Ga, of divorce has bi en fiUd I FLORIDA
DeWITT C. JONES I and she and :Mrs.: Lott came bacK spent Labor Day with Mrs.: t esses Friday night, Aug. 31, at: against, >ou in the abo\e nan., d
Kate Sellers and the Court and cau e and y.u an- niiuirtd I
_ Phone 7 Starke, Fla. _ o Keystone last Thursday to ben sons. I Community Club House, hon- : to ser\ e a u-py "f } i-ur answer Member Florida National Group
to hand when Pamela's mother'I Jack Wainwright Waycross J ring :Mrs.: Clara Redding a re- I or pleading to the complaint I I
Funeral Director Ambulance Service runted his I bride, with a on the Defendant's Attorney Theron
parents. Mr. and delightful miscellaneous -
brought the new baby home. pamela : Mrs.jcTruby : A. Yawn Jr., P. O. Drawer 7U. I

Our local funeral home enable tig to offer convenience miervicea is the daughter of Mr. and Wainwright last \\eek- shower. Colorful zinnias ;Starke, ., Florida, and fil' th'' i ri ;.ii.il
'in t'n oflne of the
d. Clerk of the
en roses were used decorating
and in -
not otberwU available. M: rs. Norman Thompson. ,
The Leon of Jacksonville the club
Starlings rooms.
Last Thursday morning Mrs
-S -.r. _stsr..tS ssrSSS SSSS.SSSrSSSSSSSSS.tSSS.flC4 were Sunday dinner guests Games were played and refreshments
s -
i Ewe >lgar E. Dawes fell from the "HANDY

furnish the highest type cervlce at lowest prices ana I :ladder and broke her leg at the of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Luther Hilliard. I enjoyed by the more BOTTLED GAS S

i Miss Louise Futch, who was in than 65 guests attending. Mrs SERVICE
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force toned by ANT IE: awes. summer home on Little I FLAME"
Bradford: County Hospital for several :Dolores Connors and Mrs Clara
company. as payment in part or In full on a funeral. :Santa Fe. She was taken to Bradford -
days last week will be com- :Moseley won prizes in the games.
Consultation carries no obligation. I ( County Hospital where she
ing home the first of the week. The hostesses presented the I

received first aid, and later was I Mr. and :Mrs.: Ed Durban had as I honoree with two pieces of her
transferred to a hospital in Atlanta I --
guests during the weekend :!fr.l ,chosen china as a memento of the

( Ga. : and] :Mrs.: Marshall :Matchett of i[ I occasion. I

Mrs. Ekey Doying was in Key-; Hampton[ and :Mr.: and Mrs. ,I SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY

stone Heights last Friday. seeing D Williams of RaYI'lond 1 TIlE RIGHT POINT for the

Special! old! friends. She was enroute to her:|I Recent visitors of :Mrs.: Georgia J j 'way you write. Come in and select II DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS. $89.95

home in St. Petersburg from the 'Ann i Sapp were Mr. andIrs.. ) your favorite ESTERBRQOH 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95

N orth. I ]Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
Painter of Wisconsin, :Mr.: and Mrs. APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ridaught\alter Bucholtz and daughter of .

nd girls drove to Fort Walton Dist namore, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett NOTICE TO APPEAR

]ala weekend to bring home their Burney of Jacksonville.Mrs. I.FlnrMai Tlrrolt 1m('ourt Chimrrrr.. Bradford CoBBtf, HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY

9 PIECE two daughters, Joanne, who is Lulu Dority and F. A.M. ary Hamilton TVeyant.
; v!!. John J. Weyant. Det 218 Temple Ave. Phone 43
now Mrs. Richard Barton and d as weekend guests :Mr. and PlalnU'j
Cass \
I athie, who had been visiting Joanne haM:rs. Earl Dority of Jacksonville,, JVi $lrr To A.p.-rt Lowest Prices Easiest Terms

and Richard. Mr. Barton isI H. L. Dority of Baltimore. Md.,, To: John J. \Veyant whose resi
and address is 3207 -
I : Argonne ,
| stationed at Eglin Field. >and Mrs. Viola Willis of St. Au- Street, Endwell. New York.

LIVING ROOM GROUP i: Pvt. Eulie Rushton who has I gu tine. You suit for are divorce hereby notified that a I

been on furlough at his home with i :Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews has' been fjled against you in the

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.I II I and Debbie of Wildwood spent the above! are named Court and cause and
you required to nerve a copy of
I Rushton, left Saturday for Fort | weekend with the Fred Moores. your< answer or pleading to the
tininlalnt' on th. Plaintiff Attorney I
II Jackson S. C., where he expects Little Nancy Norton, daughter i Ralph Robert, 502 Professional

to be for two months. After that, of :Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton isi; i Building, Jacksonville 2. Florida
I ; 'II I land file the original In the office
h e will go to Fort Belvoir, Va., a patient in Bradford Hospital. ''of, ,] the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

I and! he expects to be home again'' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of nor! b.fnre the
1 day of October. 1S56 Choke
1' -: ; : .a.t Christmas. Webster, and :Mrs. Eve Godwin of otherwise, the allegations; of a4 I

John Fredrickson has just rest arke were visiting :Mrs.: Mary Complaint; ] will be taken as confeu- '
[ by you. >
turned home Reddish on Sunday. This notice inall
from a business trip be published I
I Mr. and Mrs G. W. Durham of r !one'' each week for four consecutive
t :
Mongomery, w*.ks In the BRADFORD COUNTY I I
i :Mr.: and Mrs. Fremont Tolles ,Jacksonville spent Sunday with TELEGRAPsH.:
Miss::'[ Elizabeth
[ 1 left :Monday: for an extended tour Terry. 1
TIllS Mnv Joyce Futch Miss ::Mars .
throughew England and Can-
Julia, and Ralph FuU-h
ti da stopping to visit in Connect- < were
shopping in Jacksonville Satuiday. -

SOFAc| | Mr and Mrs N. S. Poston offandarm
A large crowd attended the ,-
were guests of their '
omecoming, at the First Baptist lgolOOt ,:? Winning flavor
Mr. and Mrs. John Karc, _'
: on Sunday.Mr. FLORIST

1 SOFA PILI.OW last ges week.of Keystone, several days : : and Mrs. :Marvin: Warren of e\er>where! "Super Sue"heads

acksonville spent Labor Day with!
Mr and :Mrs.: John Karges will L j PHONE 218 the$ tick*t
:\fl'. and Mrs. J. E. Warren.
2 STEP END TAHLES l leave next week for Butler Pa.. .
:Mr.: and Mrs. Jack
Reynolds and
18995 where they will attend the wed- because it's a good food
son of Jacksonville attended services '

2 TABLE LAMPS ding Miss of Judith their Karges grand-daughter.who will 0 n Sunday at the and First remained Baptist for Church the' (j) \ ".">one ,likes; Get party

marry Karl Kenneth. From But-
Homecoming dinner. quality,; for everyday enjoy-
i lor tho'plan to go to Kansas; :Mr.: and Mrs. G. Fonso Prevail \

City to see friends and relatives. and, family have moved to a house AU Occasions .Ea C ', m'-nt. Vote for "Super Sut"

Then on to Houston. Texas. to 'n,ear the Morgan Barber Shop. t( S-

visit their daughter and family Mrtv Prevatt is employed at DISH GARDENS .... Get it in cones cups,
:Mr and Mrs J. V. Robinson. Winn-Dixie. \. .
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Mr and :Mrs.: Bob Bowles and I I Richard Bowden carried Mrs POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY ,,1'S GOOD_ ... _-. -- pints or family *& SIBEvery -

daughter of Orlando have been I Bowden: and their children to S UPtf' J !

13:! East PHONE voting! \frs. Bowles' parents, :Mr: *!'Harve de Grace :Md.: last weeK IrS c) flavor a inner: !

I|,: and Mrs Frank? M. Walrath Jr"j( for a visit with Mrs. ClevelandMr. Flowers WiredAnyichere

Call SOStarke. fi>r several days I Bowden will go for his fani.lv! :

I; Frank Walra'th III and friend '!j bout: Sept. 15. ;

: Street 'J Fla. M'.i-s Barbara Rigsby, of Durham, j I School began Tuesday '..uthj

t N C arrived Wednesday to spend j three!! new teachers Mrs Morn* Nona St. Starke

twetks with Frank'parents < who has the first. :Mrs: EiiDdnk.- '

r I I. I Frar.k s t.np.oyed; : at the Wright th] as the Opportunity lias?, and ,I' < ._ __. -- -. I ,

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Mi and Mrs?. \Vtat.lr! .. '. }H _' Perry Newsome Observes Birthday

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY 11|J J\\ III 1 M\ P T 1 0 N <.11:.f I Diiindo Hamptun' ] were with wei-ki-t ii l:' 1 I'.i' '. I

By 0/ora J. NieU I5y ??. ? t:. ,??! Mi and Mis. A H 1 1luiyhteis I'I

aflaaflafla. . . .. .... .. .......aa. ._........--AAAAAA. . . ... ., .. .. .. .. ., .. .AA.I ..' attended t... .
in : v; ,
Labor la> Itl1rilnRik..nstn.Jtni.nsDeue: I I nl I t'ase duiins,' this \\eek. All I ;.1 Olfici's To 1> I'illiM Penv's stepfather. .\ :N 'I' ,.', "

Melhodist[ Church !i St. Edward's Church I : I'tt .::1 I Ii -, !hool centers die open and! upei at- \t Citj Elt.t.tinn Tiit.ti.ryMayor. to :Mrs. McCormiiK o: 1.1.-1.; ; ,;I' .

: the American Legion sponsol'o'd i ij mg to the maximum m the interest .leik. marshal and two C. W. Slade. J. L. S; i -,. I.Slade "',r
I j a trip to Silver Spring's Paradise of better education fur youi!: ; Claude Prexaf .:, 1
School 9.43 lounulmen
Sunday : a m Sunday Mass at 9.15 a m. are up for election in ,
I Park on Monday A bus load of children. Parents are asked to I son Ronald went hnmi' '' Pciav '. :
"The I ;
: lining worship. 11 a. m; Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and Hampton's annual city election
"I.tm the Shadows," text and I iH:30: a. in.Childrens. persons enjoyed the trip that was : cooperate fully with the program 1 I next Tuesday. Sept. 11 Qualifying night at Green Cove SIxmalii ,:' 1'n'

:..p.:. Catechism Class each conducted by LE'gionnairelar.1 for the entire year. Each principal' for the posts by the deadline. Slade of Hampton t. ; M' .
and PTA will notify and! :Mrs. Vernon Sla.ji-! .J.
shall and Driver Elmer Shell. president you :
F:hili September through Noi I Wednesday at 35: p. m. Tuesday night. Sept. 4, were: J' .
.. The group left Starke at 9:30: a. m. of the meetings and the things I Incumbents, G P. Wads- {t'v.ne Heights/ pu nu n.>,i :> ." -
\ "oer, we are concentrating our"tudy Keystone Height mayor.
and returned around 5 m The: they would like to have you to' I,, (i ir.v afternoon at Poo :S;': "' a &
p. clerk. W.
on the gospel of John. The (At St.Villiams Chapel) H Maxwell; --
help them do this school term (I near High Springs {:
tfxti in church for these months I (Follow Hiway 21 south to St.William's feature was the bathing beauty, marshal. Robert Cox: council. A. 7 J' \ '
Medical should be' and Mrs Jamtv Br > > :
contest which is annual examinations """ t : ;
\\ll; be taken from the Book. A Sign.) an presentation C. Dennison and D. H Crawford.. ,
1 I to all students. Parents are ( children of Orlando were \veiM''. --
given ; ; .
I Sunday Mass % a. m. of the Fourth Division > Registration books for
"fJt'nny"[ copy of the gospel and:! city
urged to take their children to' I visitors for the Labor Dawtvk- frWA'itilt
.' \\Dik. sheet for this study rna yHoly.! day masses 7.30 a. m. of the National American Legion 'i i voters closed Aug. 28 with 191 I('nd with Mr.
and Mis
b>' obtained at the church. Everyone Confessions before all Masses. j The Stai ke post did not enter the the family doctor or the Bradford' I new voters registered making a i ii hams.j Frank \Vl-;

is invited to take an active [ | contest this }'ear. Our beautiful County Health Unit for a complete i total of 139 eligible to vote. j I j Mr and Mrs. Onaid Parker and I:\rr.\nin- .. ... as IVrr>,' :V'Wsome of Cl": lafajrtti-. HI SUrko
I check-up, even if the child ap
girls should be
mature to
p.ttt in this Bible reading crusade.;.1 St. Mark's Episcopal participate in the enough pears to be"ell and perfectly: i, The offices of mayor. clerk j children left Monday for their takes a knife to his birthday( cake oil the occasion of his 73rd: lilrth-
Itetreation time for the M. Y Hev. Raymond Madilaln \'l'fnear 1 anti marshal are each for a one1 1 home in Homestead after a two day annh erary. 1 lie occasion ua> rdtbratetl during a family reunion -
: : if healthy. Dr. A. Y. Covington
F 0.15 p. m.; Dine.A. lIte. 6-45: : Principal Thompkins and 'I: I year term: both <'Ouncilmen.1 weeks' visit here
with their 28 the
at home .
i others will Nurse McKnight. and Mr. Tra- par- July Hampton of his sister. )11'' I.. I.. Brn.i -
:\T. 1. F. worship program, 7:15: ; Services at St. Maik's Episcopal keep up the good: work. i run for two-vear terms. The three ents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave and I!
The wide emphasized the importance 'bought rrrsrntMre35 persons, all related to :N"\\soon'.
trip was the i!
\cnmg church 8. sermon, "Why r. !Church will be as follows: sponsored in interest I councilmen whose terms do not expire -' "11'. and Mrs. John Parker. i I

I': ifor Others." 1 Sunday: 9:43: : am. Church i of the building program of of this examination during the I include J. W. Home W. II.j i Mr. and Mrs. Milton Misner business visitor here List Fr ik*\'
School and Adult Class llam. the Post. It is their to pre-planning conference held at
i : I plan construct : I Griffin and D. E. Hill.'l: and son drove to Jacksonville Saturday I Mr. and Mrs Jemiliai! >i-'
: hidE during the third week in Au IMR\TIII.N: : (; INTILE :
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 a modern youth renter for
Church I I to visit Herr.hel Parker. of son of Melrose the!
Presbyterian Councilmen whose terms and spent
j I 3.m. Y. P. S. L. the boys and girls of tarke. All gust. Nurse Shellen will return to expire i I
I Flint Mich, who was Jack- weekend here 111In.1 Mi.-
the end of this in with
Wednesday: 7:2f pm. Litany citizens are expected to contribute us this term. but we will all miss; I are (Isonville I
Fiiday -Adult Choir Practice.S ,\. C. Dennison and Donnie Hugh on business. I I Russell Thomas.
'iind: Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir,I as!' much as possible even if they Nurse Ingram very much.
pm.; Sunday School, 9.43 a. |' Practice. Crawford G P. Wadsworth is the j Mr and :Mrs. Edward: Saxon of Rev. Terry brouht the mes>.i eat
do .
I I not have any children of theirown. \clult."t.ft'ran school
n. Morning Worship Service. 11 l' present mayor. W I I. Maxwell. 'F.au Gallic drove to Hampton last Pine Level Baptist Church Also
Holy : 1st Sunday, Oive in memory of On Tuesday night at RJE registration
H m; Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m.:Ml, j a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m.ei 'I fhiMhood in Starke without your aplayground was held for adults and I clerk: and Robert Cox. mar.'hal.i j' weekend to get their daughter. last Sunday in the absence of the PUECASTCEMENT{
Evening Worship Service, "On local sdiiiul Enrollment: l"p Gail who had been visiting last Rev \\ E. Hall We
awaits ) pastor. were
: everyone. who to attend school : STEPS
: park, or veterans plan
Thing For Sure," 7:30 p. m: swimming I I'I Potential week here with Mr. and Mrs : glad to have Mrs. Arne Browning
j enrollment at :
'I pool. Give generously that we may, this term. Adults may take basic' Hampton (Glenn Macintosh.
Tuesday The Women of the CHURCH OF GOD hack after an illness of several JUDD TILE
Elementary School at the CO.
j the
improve recreational facilities courses that will lead to a high ,
Church will meet as follows: Cir- Mr. and Mrs K. C.
'1 Watterson i weeks
Sunday School 10 a. m. Mornling1 -i i of our children and help to curb school diploma business courses,, beginning of this year is 133, i 127
1. Mrs. Sink hostess 8:I and Mr and Lafayette St.
Rudolph R O.
j 1 l :Mrs Ola :M Perkins. school prin- Simmons i iI I Mr and :Mrs lK: Eager
Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday| juvenile deliquency Issac Kelly: or may choose from any number
p in; Circle 2. Mrs. Charles Al-| : cipal. said :Monday This is above I of Hampton spent Wednesday of :, and ihililien of t .Taik. "nweie!! Phone 213JALVAREZ' :
:[ 7:45 YPE Commander Julius self-
Evening Service p. m. ; Royal vice- of miscellaneous courses for ':
l last
hostess 7:30 Circle week Jacksomille'with .
wood \r.tmg
: p. m.: in ,
Jast KM eat .t. tho'ldIt':
year's first '
month gu
'I I Service Wednesday ; :45 p. m commander; Willie Bass, reporter. improvement, information. enjoyment enrollment : -
3. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Jr., hos- i Mr and Mrs Charles Edwards : I
of 127.
: Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:43: ; p. m.J!! better There is '!
: Boy Scouts :Meet. | or a job. no :
tes;;. 8 p. m.: Wednesday Prayer and children. Visitor thoprevious
LA wirySunday I Eaeh't'lnt'sda at RJE theBoy cost other than a small registration -: Teachers at the school thisyear : lien's
Meeting, 7:30 p. m.: Thursday- } j weekend at the Simmons' Clothing
Junior Choir Practice 3:30: p. m.' School, 10 a. m. Morning Scouts of Troop 71; meet' fee of S2 per course to helppay .1| are, Mrs Ploy Sullivan and j home were his brothei. Eugene III 1111!II STORE Established 1894 I I1
Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serve | Miss II
and enjoy interesting discussions : for lights, heat and main- Louise Raulerson, first second -{( Simmons and Miss Vdidd Pitt. ot

BAPTIST ciiuncn ":, .<- Saturday, 7:30: p. m. I l j and demonstrations.. On last'ed-I tename once in a year! If you and third grades (two classes Wmston-Salem. N. C. i

nesday Commander Sagg of theFourth did not enroll Tuesday night come' I IIrs.; James Langley' : fourth Bill
I Division District. Gainesville tonight and bung a friend. All] and fifth grades: Mrs Janie H.I''jI' W. Home of''
left Wednesday
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- i addressed! the group. Scoutmaster veterans who plan to attend Noe. sixth and seventh grades; land week for service in the air I

ing/ Worship services 11 am 1 Sunday School 10 am. preach-I : Booker T. Marshall was H'hool under Public Law 5.:>0 are' Mrs. Perkins eighth grade force He w stationed at Lack- i] -i

Training Union 6:45 pm. Evening -i ing 11 a.m. Training : impressed with the address and asked to return to school at once.,1 1 I and library. i land Air Base in Texas. i, ,

service 8 p.m. Come and :'!p.m. Preaahing 7:30: p.m. Prayer urges: all members who have not Classes will still be taught by'l I| The price of school: lunches Mr. and Mrs. Free Hall and Miss JOE) ANDREWS. X J I

worship with us. (1' Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pm. been to a meeting recently to at- Principal C. C. Anderson. Eddie will remain at 20 cents per day asI I II Connie Sweeney of Gainesville and ; (11'<1. Pol.d\'.)

il. Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. tend. Many interesting things are Thompkins and others. I I long as possible Mrs. Perkins 'I..Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade of''

CHURCH OK CHRIST happening. Deacon Julius Royal Chunh News said! Other schools in the county ]Hampton spent Sunday of last | ---.--- U. '

C. L. Oierturf Jr.. Minister EVERGREEN who may or may not have been an Rev. Willis missionary evangelist I have already raised the price to 'week on Crystal Lake. I =

I BAPTIST CHURCH I Eagle Scout in his day. demonstrated delivered the morning sermon L 25 cents per day in the face of I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr.

Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. i{ Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching I tying of knots at another at New Bethel Baptist Church rising food costs. and it may be ,t i and children moved bark from'I NO DOWN% PAYMENT REQUIRED

Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- ; meeting Plenty of rope has been !last Sunday. Rev. George WesleyLee I necessary to raise the price here I Gainesville to their farm home
l 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30( '
ning Worship 7:30 p. m. purchased for you to practice was ordained and sent to before the end of the school term. J lear[ Hampton recently.

Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer:rwith and is yours for the asking. Greater Antioch Baptist Church,,, Registration fee, however, is ,i Sunday visitors in Hampton
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. '
p.m. All parents are urged to support where he delivered his first ser. $2.00 this year, up from the former 1 were Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Haydenand A CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOY

Radio program. "Old Paths" WOODLAWN MISSIONARY this worthwhile movement for mon to his new congregation. Sunday i $1.00 fee. This caused by an children of Jacksonville who

each Sunday 9 a. m. Station I boys. Den mothers increase in the cost of the work- I had been vacationing at a lake
WDVH. BAPTIST CHURCH are needed according night Rev. Parker demonstrated -, here.Visitors. AX EXTRA ROOM, CARPORT, NEW BATh Including -

to Scoutmaster Marshall a chart on the second coming books and art supplies for which near Fixtures NEW ROOF SEPTIC TANK, TANK &

10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Volunteers will be accepted first of Christ. and Rev. Mumford I this fee is used Mrs. Perkins i! last week from Satur- .
NEW UUTJlBAPTIST 6:15 BTU 6:4: lay to Thursday at the -
I preaching. : prayer and if no names are sent in we delivered the sermon in the absence stated. |
CHURCH 7 o'clock services I Rhoden home near Hampton were LABOR AND MATERIALS
i service I
will have
,, song to draft mothers because of Rev. Vinson who visited Local ministers as, well as ,
\lrs. Rhoden's from Deposit
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship -;' help is ofital ihiport- with Rev Lee at his new churl'h.1 I I guest speakers will continue to parents -

Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service -I CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. i|I ance in the program. Watch this The Lords Supper was served by.j!, conduct a chapel in the school 1 I Mr.. N.and Y.Mrs Avor. Slade and ,I Call Us or Drop A Card ... No Obligation

7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each !i J. E.: !Sheruood, Pastor paper for the date time and placeof the assistant pastor. Rev. Clyde auditorium; each Wednesday at 11 !;hildren were dinner Saturday i I
Wednesday, 7:30 the banquet for the Scouts Hankerson. 1'' a. m. Parents are invited to attend guests -
p. m Everyone Bible School 9:43: a. m. Morning Prayer Meeting each
I I night! of the C. M. Greenes $ 00 MONTHLY: PAYMENTS $ JV5S
welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor. j|: i iKI.VGSLEY Worship 11 a. m. Youth I when they are presented their new Tuesday. night. Choir rehearsal .)1 ;.t these services Mrs. Peikinst i n Maxville I 300 |
barter. We .. .
Church 6:30: p. m. All young hope the affair can tiecmesujy mgnt.-Joan jenKins, .ani.I 1

LAKE people invited. be planned for this month. Each reporter.A W. .M. Iadt'larJ....
MISSIONARY BAPTIST year camping held Camp box supper will be held Saturday (: 5600 21.17
1 HAMPTOV: Cahouchee and Commander Sagg ; To celebrate his 75th birthday, I
night at Bethlehem Freewill -,
Sunday Worship School 11 94d a.m. Morning CHKIVm.V CHURCH I will award a free trip to the Scoutin Baptist Church. Boxes will |1\\'. M. Slade was honored Sunday PINE LEVEL

am. Evering the who is most outstanding j Sept. 2 with a combination birthday -
troop -
be sold : FREE Estimate and Information
for $1 each in the interest '
Service ,
7:30 Bible School 10
p.m. Prayer Meetinr| a. m. Morning during the year. Stan- I dinner anti a family reunion by :Mr'*. II. M. :ilt'ICaieLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj4
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyj'j Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Service -I' ards for this award will be set,I, of the building fund. Plenty of refreshments -, at the Slade home near Hampton. I i

one welcome.-Rev. II. H. :Mott.i, i 7:45: p. m. Christian Endeavor up ty the committeemen 'j the thildien.will All be members on hand and for I A native of Bradford County .I Store Hrs. : 7:00 A.M. to

pastor. ( Friday, 7:30: p. m. ing to chairman E. H. accord-'I friends are invited to attend. Regj j,! ?Iade has spent nearly all his life I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis returned I _ .. 5:30 P.M. Mon. thru Fri.

Ladies Auxiliary Meet ular services i as a farmer in this area. He and home Wednesday of last Close Noon Sat.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST j were held last Sun- I
1 Mrs. Slade are the parents of 12 week after a \"isitth relatives
LATTER D.SU 'TS On Sunday at 2 p. m. in room day, and the I Can Club met at
t! children. 10 of whom are now| in Lakeland Tampa, and Plant I
9 of RJE the American Legion the home of Sister Gladys Blye. i > S

FRIGIDAIRETHE Services each Sunday in oldMasonic |[ Auxiliary of Post 314 met with, Dorothy Williams is visiting relatives -i] living. City. They w ei e accompanied by
I Present for the dinner Sunday Mrs Lewis's sister Mrs Roberta
Hall on E. Call St. Sun- President Pauline Marshall in in Edison and Albany, Ga.

BEST-KNOWN lay School 1" a. m. Sacrament charge. Fifty percent of the mem- : Each member is asked to report II I were Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hen- ': Lamb of Tampa, who had spent

NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION Service 6-:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. !. hers were present which brought I $5 by Sunday for the building j'I dry and children and Miss Alice three weeks here. pJ

up the discussion as to what I fund at Ebenezer Baptist Church. Walker of Jacksonville; Mr. and |' )Irs. Neta Brown of Bayless

should be done about the 50 Mrs. O. F. Allen and Jack, )fr. ; Highway and Mrs. Viola Gillis of
RANGES BETHEL percent The goal is at least $150 to complete
j and Mrs. Joe Baggarty and son Gainesville visited the H. M Mt-
absent. It decided that
WATER HEATERSAIR was ] construction on the church.
I BAPTIST CHURCH i of Palatka Mrs. Arthur Ramsey Raes Monday afternoon. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE
CONDITIONERSWASHERS all back dues must be paid before j Regular services were held last :
lof! Waldo Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glover Mr. and Mrs. J. W
I Sunday: School 10 a. m. Preaching : a person will be eligible: to renew -1 Sunday and the 5 p. m. BTU was ; Starling I
& DRYERS and William Barker of Gaines- and family of
services 11 a. m. and S p. m membership which will ber, held\\.ith Annette Bryant and Irs.I, :' Jacksonville spent 333 or 45

Get The Best For Less Song service 7:30: p. m.- Rev due in October $1..5. On the Clemmer Bryant in charge Sister I' ville. From Hampton were Mrj the weekend here with relatives i f .

I R. L. Lee, pastor.: fifth Sunday in September the: Julia Tnson is president.--Bertis I'j|:I and Mrs. Vernon Slade; Mr. and Robert Taylor of Olustee was a C\ -- ,' '; 7
AtSmith's i contest for the I I I i Mis. Lester Slade and son11'; : -
Robinson, reporter. j ji I <.. '
will close in Ocala at which time An interesting was made',|' and Mrs. Avory Slade and chil- :"', -.,' .: .:',:'f-. '___ -_ ___ !':_- ,_ _, :.. :.'. ,_'-_ .. : ,. _:::: ::.:'_
i I repoir
Garage GOT ASUMMER I the mid-winter conference for the Church | dren; Mr and Mrs. Truby Slade j
!! 11th District will be held in preparation :I at Allen Chapel |I and children; Mrs Jessie :May'
John Givens who ,
I/ i last Sunday by
I' for the conference for ]'I I Cooper and daughter, Mr. and NOTICEIn
FRIGIDAIRE was a delegate to the : daughter.I'
COLD the Fourth Division I Mrs J. L. and
that will beheld
at Ed- :
Sales and Convention held recently i
Service I Waldon Wadsworth and Mrs B.i<
in Fort Lauderdale. November Jackson-
ward Waters College ;

We Sen ice All Makes of TAKE I 18-19 Our Sgt.-At-Arms is ville. The morning sermon was I I :L.\11'''Barnes. Itradley and Honored children. I Ii the interest of more efficient handling of News and Advertising Copy, The

tlt"'trkaJppUanl't'S : .... for :i Mis Alma Jenkins and we want delivered by Rev. Cannon after Telegraph will henceforth obsene the following deadlines:
Mrs. L. P. Bradley was guest
II i her to i
606 X. Temple Ave. symptomaticRELIEF/ I her win. In an effort to help the taptism of the two Morrisboys J Ji I of honor at a stork shower at I CHURCH NEWS Notices of
666 I j we are planning to sponsor a and Levy Ramar Lenon Jr. Cemetery Workings, Memorials, etc.
PhONE I' j benefit basketball betweenI I I i I Hampton town hall Aug. 30. with .
I Women's will be held at Al-
I|I the former students and the presI i I ten Chapel all day Sunday, Sept. |j 25 Following guests present. and DEADLINE .-. Monday Noon

ent students of RJE. The admis- i games opening
23. All members are asked to
giveI, of cookies and punch were

r c ,1 I' sum will be'ery will be small donated and refreshments -, or raise $5 for this occasion.1Guest I I]I served gifts by the hostesses -Mrs ver- COLUMNS I or News Releases from County Agent Home Demonstration ,Agent

CHURCH members of the by speaker for the evening will ', non Slade. :Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr. Soil Conservation Service and other agen.'ies
FIRST BAPTIST group sold' of the
to the be Susie Trapp president and Mrs Don Hill Games were
spectators for
a small 1 '
mount The Mt. Sinia Missionary Baptist won by Miss Lillian \\'ilhamson' DEADLINE .-. Monday 5 P.M.
membership drive is 1 I Women's Division. Chairman Bu- i
on and Mrs and Miss Shirley
Sophia Royal is'; lah Lennon asks all ladies in the PersonalsMr

--,- j i hairman. Contact her: if you 1 churches of other communities to and Mrs. Irving Young of CORRESPONDENCE (Community News Outside Starke)
LEWIS D. HALVES. Pastor would like to join. A donation of:
attend the is planning -
Dalton Ga..are the parents i

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town i Cripple$10 was Child given!en's to the Home Eccleson's by the!!''I i a program featuring the son. born Aug. 23 in Dalton. Mis. ': DEADLINE Tuesday 5 P.M. (Sooner If Possible)

Phone's Office 234: Pastorium 130 : unit The piesentation was made! young people at 11 a. m Bulah Verna Young of Hampton IS'

Lennon, leporter. |I I grandmother.Mr. .
-- Commander bv President! Ike Marshall to Post: Rev. L. \\". Tyler and his congregation and Mrs. John Parker DISPLAY ADVERTISING .-. Tuesday 5 P. M.

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M I. S:00 P M. Kelly at theirregular will have charge of spent four days last week on a

Sunday School 9lj)1. : meeting on Sunday. Read' the 7:30, p. m. service at Mt i the Florida E\ery display ad that runs in the paper must he laid out, marked up. .set into type
Training Union (6:43 P.M. this for I trip through panhandle ,
paper further informl-: proof read and corrected.. This all lakes time The
Pisgah; AME Church next Sunday visiting in Panama Citv. sooner we receive your copy.

Midweek Service! Wednesday, S :00 P.M. t:IOn concerning the basketball 1 night. He is pastor of Mt Zion in Pensacola Mobile. Ala.. and Thorn- the more time we can give to making :jour ad as attractive possible so 'ouwill

game tentatively scheduled CorFndar. Green Cove Springs. ,i asville and Valdosta. Ga. In Valdosta get the desired results. The cooperation of advertisers is asked in getting
Hear the Sunday :Morning Service Sept I I. with the
over WDVH at one and I their
Sunday Sept. 16 has been declared to
only [oot" Chandler they \'Loited"lth Mr Park- copy us as early as possible each week.MATS .

llam. Regular Broadcast Every I, 3. and 5 Sunday. coach for the former students.as head' I, Homecoming Day at Mt. ''' er's daughter and family, Mr and
Pisgah AME Church, startmg'with
Mrs Vasco Busey and children.
and Coach Shell in charge: of the, Sunday School at 9.30 a. m. '1 Mr. and Mrs. Busey and children : Fully matted ads or illustration mats for ads that are to .be set should
present players. You be in our hands not later
can't afford' The address than :Monday.
to 11 a. m. Homecoming visited in Hampton last Saturday
miss this '
hair.raisingcontest.. 'will be delivered by Ozora Shell, '
Thurston with Mr and Mrs. Parker. and
HEAR TillS SKRMON BY PASTOR) s P M. Elementary sdllHJI l j of Negro schools. Dinner SOCIAL AND
PTA will meet at 7:30: Monday I. supervisor had dinner with Mr. and Mrs PERSONAL Items, Meetings, Notices, etc.
: will be served at 1 p. m.. and' Milton Misner. .

liThe Chastening of a Christian1 ,, Sept to an 17.announcement at the school from according the'Ithe I;i i Christian Union will meet at Mrs Robert Cox entered Ala- DEADLINE .-. Wednesday 12 Noon

: 3:30: with ReJ. W. Burgman chua General Hospital in Gainesville -
Principal Mrs S. C.
E Rev. i j in charge. Rev. L. W. Tyler of Sunday for a minor operation -

I WHEN Does Cod; Chasten His Children? i The L'alker agenda has will not be in been charge. I'' Mt. Zion Church, Green Cove I! She is expected to come' LEGAL ADVERTISING -- Deadline, Wed. 12 Noon

S WHY Does He Do This? i' nouncea but all Springs. and his congregation will ,: home this weekend. The Coxes"

S HOW Does He Do It? I urged to attend members an-I'" have charge of the 7:30: p. m.)!! daughters Shannon is visiting
as it I
| that: the election of officers is \ service.-Sponsors: Leola Wilson'1 this week with Mrs Mae Sweeneyin CLASSIFIED ADS ... Deadline, Wed. 5 P. M.

1 may Thelma Clark, and Rev. E. L. Gainesville. i i
take place: The new teacher for I

f First Baptist Church, Hampton i 1 I grades Jackson one and of two is Mrs. Dorothy -, Walker. j I II daughter Mrs. W.Willow W. Hammond spent last Tues-and'j' The cooperation of the public is asked in observing>!> these deadlines which will
I well She is I SEVENTH DAY day visiting with Mrs. J. W. Jack- enable us to give you a better newspaper and give it to you on time. If you can

, Sunday School 10 -\\1.: B.T.U 7 P.M. I qualified education in the field of eementary ADVENTIST CHURCH son in Starke. j get your copy in BEFORE deadline time it will be appreciated all the more.
i and has I
:Morning Service 11 A.:M background a rich Services each Sabbath in the Sundayisitors at the G. P.I I j

! of experience I II home of S N. Brown across from ,: Wadsworth home and'j'
"HOUR OF POWER" WEI Bj -k were Mr
P M. I < To SchoolTuesday II .I
I Bethel Baptist Church east of, Mrs. Russell Dyal of Gainesville BRADFORD
!; Marvin E. Faile. Pastor I ment for was a day of excite- I Starke. Sabbath School 2pm Recent visitors at the home of < TELEGRAPH'
i more than 700 .
young.I Bible Study each Wednesday Mr
I I and Mrs Carl Rhoden were
stets Enrollment IS expected lo\\ 7 30 p. m Arden Mote. pasto-r. ''III H' __

, )Irs Rhode .5 sster and her < ,"J;-._- .-- -= _ _-. __:_ :L: __ _-_: : _- :.:,,: :!:,

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I i-\eat-old Bradford Xegu5iii I it

Fire ':-:1':" >: ii,2.:: : :.:' i'\ {1"\; ,"' .: !1',. ..-. ..::, : .. .t wont! : i Tiiesdav night save birth t,,) TKOM VN\ 1'OIM 01 \ |rKKLItilOl \\
Points About
; Th.tt! I1IL' t.i..: it ii.i-i-, \ '.m." t -! :C!. ,. : i\p IK'> .1 ..;:: .. 1:'.\ ins weighing 7 l-'J putnius each I : ".l..v \ 11II.t.11t11'I | I II

I tlii- lit: iiiiniii! 1 ('
Plans I :"i i fl' ii .tuition The 'ie! ''.-ibf! \< is d.\l ,-x-t-,! t.. :::,, ;; ,'p.t.: ,!. .t kVhoeler at the hosne: of he r AI.L1. ItniNKIM m; vIN \|1"1, ,

Protection ; .r'J,1' t IN .ijipio.ich.ni, ,' the : ii'.iui l\- nietnt tii it ifai ,.-,' ite t.i\t must I mot her, Lou-e: H.' gl'n. Ill'.,: Ci 1' I TIKI! :\O\"I I N--1 I

i !t. :c.i>. Sijjn of impait imp ultimately be iai.-ed to meet fut- I Hampton :o.1"IO't,1.1"11 I \ 1'1 \ \ \

,ir a' pi.11 it ally every Court-1 ure needs. And to raise an extra \oi :.i; I'KUxoviio: \ rsni sTO
s \"I.tl IfI" .ird tpIet "
points P'
i <..1ciiiettin:; and every inter- ; $50.000 the County Commission GOP Elector l\: ( n. I' \Nlit VI I M III
file .
lountywide pi.'tri'nfor .
\ .. A would have I.UK: 10r.xTl\ (0\11'1.111-I I Ii
to levy an extra eight
Bradford Count' ,u-i., ..1, Mi.Kthel! Pi'k--: S"; I' "-u- t It-: u :.
1m o1\'t',1 are schools, hospital ) mills or valuation on taxable
fled at a joint inertmf: ": 1\1' I .\(', ;k '.\ I' i: : !1' > 1 I P. .,\
.ml l taxation. There's hardly a property would have to be hik- Biadfiiiti! Faim Buieati ii.n ( Vtlenien ; I r. .' ; t I- .,
Bradford High I'rimipul Ie her T. Pa.min. (
n Association in tin I"" < : t. ,' I
.r.-ix-s hrn-ls students on ne\\ policies and operating procedure for tin \t-ar. stake in this ticklish and explosive howls from hard-pn"i! t ':\i; i\ ---- ---- -- ---
house last; n.ghtIn
; Fuday
ui tarUe.. He inrnu-rit in natIOn. il that came to pa",, _; J. .. I
first "
THIS 't,
was principal Majn. -
rajm-'s '-
answer to questions I II-MI., i is ji-ar i. '!' __' _: ;. __. __ _' E_*_ : ...i...._..... ,,",.. __" _<- ,
11..hn.1 r.i.Hhi! 1 \\orrtmttlaik
Forester Frank Lee ot Lake L'-.
Hut it's more than an abstract Intricate as the pitihV! \ -

said that: : Starke Rotarians ptohlem Flesh and blood figures' sessor Long has two ".1. : <
1. It is not custom dismntinue are involved! and political careers : hole" on which to pin -. .nu- :, 'i'
to -
To Host District hang in the balance. : First in his program ..:' : i ;.1 TV ServiceAll
curtail their
or fue-ligh'- The facts are these. adjustment wjiirh; h.I" '. .... I: i'furd I.
ing i'i(-es in counties that establish ; On Call Street Studied By Board
countywide control unit Governor NelsonThe Within a year even now signs assessments st t'l'l"j. -n:! -'

evident Bradford .
are County 000.000 in the past f"u : \ i--
:2. Countywide fire pjotettion
hools will face an acute money '! without great uprnat

does not change in any way existing Sold By SuslowThe St.nke: 1 I.1It.1I \. ('JuL will I II be Die Bi.idtoid! ,I County Comniisi .storta e. There are the usual' '
laws that permit landowners I -i." -< TIIt'I.dl"l'ussed. the r Second. are the pio.spei ;.s i.* putting Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates
host nt-xt week to the dust i-i. t gO\- rev. 'ns. of course higher costs. realistic
to control-burn their own piopity case of two county employees who a more assessment
erntu of the northern Florida area. increasing maintenance larger en- on household goods and pe on.u. Fully Equipped .-- DependableAll
< with certain precautions. coiner of Bay and Call Sts did not participate in the county rollments. "I

3. The overall economy of site of the Suwannee Store and The governor. Albeit Nelson retirement program. But the comI ) property. Bradford finance \'. en- Makes and Models
Hut the the
biggest reason Is hurt somewhat when the Le .sl. '
Biadford County would be bene- Doyle The Cleaner changed hands making his official visit to the]I i missioners didn't know what to do of school I !:: <-
State program subsidy.The lure raised the exemption on this
fitted by countywide fire protectIOn recently in a $15.000 transaction. Starke club will address the Sept. !]|'I, about it.Roth county puts up about $200-1:! [i type of property from S.00 to CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

which would soon increase Benjamin ( Sargei I Suslow sold of the workers. Arch Ellington :
12 meeting and In the evening will ]I 000. the State about $600.000. '' 1000.
the gross income from forest prod the property to Mr. and Mrs. S. G and John Brown have served the is I I
county expected -
hear committee club Every year II Radio Seat Covers
reports on Presumably a man with a <10- UpholsteringI'hone
ucts here at least :20 per cent. ': Denmark. Denmark operatesIenmaik's the county for many years. The to a little more local
progiess put up ; 000 home ( assessed at $:..non .m.i l li 239 Starke. Fla
SiteDuring Furniture Store in the i sentiment among the members
Headquarters i:
his discussion ForesterLee same vicinity. Nelson is .1 past president of the speniej to be that even thoughthe money. IJ'iiit Kc.u-hi'il i thus exempt from taxes ,,11"111"0'1I
| buck too much if his housfhoM: I
that if fire men did not contribute to the Hut the limit reached. State
said countywide : The property embraces 100 front is
''goods and intangibles au ..i.eed "- I II

protection is approved by Bradford feet on Call St. and 103 feet on I ietilenient obligated fund to the county them wouldb in law says no more than :20 tax | at $1.350 and he end up p.t\- "Ii-_ __ :: -___ '''. c- __ ::- ___ ._ .:.. ;:._- :_.:.. : _.:$

voters in the Nove'mber gen- Bay.In. support mills can be levied for school pur- ir.g $13 a year in taxes.

it is tolump" later \ears. and the Bradford School
eral election planned poses
another transaction, the Container I !
If such a system were insti'ui
In other actions the commisloni'i.s' levied the maximum this
and Union I
Corporation of America filed I ., ed in Bradford an extra: S'll:; non

counties headquarters together on under Highway one ranger 100.- an option to purchase 140 acres Agreed: to accept a 4S month year.What happens next year. when |could be scraped togcthet .i-i.l Sell It Rent It Trade It

from Mrs. Lena Andrews of I thrown into the fast-empi\..; ;.,\
about midway between Starke and deed to a clay pit from Vasco more mone will be needed ?

Lake Butler on the Bradford Orlando and 36 acres from Mr. and !''.':ivt h. 11!'e transaction being I The aiwver is obvious. and pot.

County side. I Mrs. H L. Hough The prices is subject to the approval af R. E there are only two alternates. One !I Ton Kiluratiini: WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

He said that the unit would release listed at $50 an acre. Jones. (county road foreman. i' to reduce the $;;0.000 annual But chances are there I hI' m

an annual payroll of some Other recent transaction include: Voted! to ask landowners to sub- subsidy which the county now [ real long-range solution to the

$23,000 this trade and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Stm-k- stitutc attle gaps for gates whichire rives: to the Bradford County Hos'problem until Florida citizen.ate

would have in an annual area.operatingbudget land to Carl Johns property along % ?a-: t nuu. a< toss three county main-, pita; The other is to raise tax :; educated to the fact of hfe. ta- Low Rates (;ood Results Easy To Place

of 28000. Total capital State Road 16, 4000. tamed roads in the Samson Lake assessments to a more realistic wise speaking. 10 WORDS OR LESS. ONE LVSERTIOTT - 50

Contrac-tois of area. liguie. I Back in the days when home-
outlay. to be spent largely in the Brevard Inc E.CIIlIIHTIOX.L UOUD 2c2Sc

first two years would be $46,000.: Jacksonville to Mr. and Mrs. V ; Ao-epted" a low bid of $2.HO each The hospital has not yet made stead exemption was adopted
\ its future plans. Will it I \I)1'tO''L FOR HUM ,us OH .'U'tOT: Plll IV ADI .lCEIIIOIIIINI
Lee said. | W. Strickland Jr.. property in Sar- for 161 palm trees from the public there were few public hospitals to CIK I* ....:11 I KM' 0%_ IHll OK HHK; I'> ..KH I ICI%.
1 continue to need the 50,000 an- I .
Referring to the argument frequently atoga Heights 10800. Southern States Nursery at Mac- support. Retirement pensions and .
I nual subfYdy race track funds? KciK I5KXT- ('I"-. in d.-ii.ttl-I
used by opponents of Pauline R. Torode to JacquelineA. 11' rll.'nl1The trees will be used to I welfare programs were hardly i.i Iw.i lifilinoni .'I..rt.-I.t !:....-"j
stake his
Who is willing political .
beauti-v, the I .nalll..Iul" .nlv. AIDS
countywide fife Moorer. lot in Bradford Heights county's [
protection-that 1 life on the emotion-pac'ked is- dreamed of. Folks could st'iil re1 121 X I'hiir-li St 2I|> H I

taxpayers would. in effect, be subdivision, $800.Agreement Passed a resolution requested: ,| sue of reducing hospital funds? i 1 member when schools were built tpemliiing In

paying fire-fighting costs for; to Mr. and ;I by the Florida Development Commission -', I KOI \LE-llt,1, gmtle mult- ian Public Stenography
purchase. I II .
'|I It's a tough problem. And per- by men of the community during1 Lf ridden hit.'h I. WJKOII large land-owning Albert Nelson to turn over the $9.75 col- I' Rt. I. LVi I;!t.A. CnffisI Typing, Mimeographing
corporationsLee Mrs. Mack S. Futch. six lots in I ifcaps that's why more and more bees and teachers were boarded' (plow

said: I City Park subdvision 2000. lectea as Bradford's share of the !I prominent figures are eyeing for free by school patrons eager ,,
"Actually, the ones who will Also filed were residential restrictions Rotary Club in Keystone Heights aircraft registration fees in the !I, Bradford's tax assessment roll I to secure the advantages of education I II TO : :.:\TI'nurnlsh'diIIrt'e : : 267-W or139 I
I where he lives and has served that county to the development I brdmoin h u--f c'ull 49W. I'. O. Bo\: 1023 Starke FU
benefit most from the establish- on "The Villa," subdi- ( com- :i: with a view to hiking valuations for their children. j Mrs ISarnry K. MoU.ii-. llchg

ment of a unit here the small i club in several directorial capacities. I mission. The money is to be used and thufk tax -- -- -- --
are vision west of State Road 100 by I (I raising more money. Under those conditions it seemeda KEXT-Five romn furni.shrd
landowners-the woodlot producers. -I I I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sibley. I to direct aircraft in the county. J, Ticklish! Buslnrv I if the state's low-geared econ- KOI apartment GIChurd: St. FOU SALE-Modern 1\. .. toti.block "..!,,
I I Agreed to check further into' J'hone 17J-W or api>l) iH builgaluU 111 l.irKi I.quiru III
They are the ones who haveno He is one of the founders and I J I I But that's easier said than done. omy could get by without a man Church St I II
protection from fire at the I a vice president of the Keystone a request for $35 refund from C. ,I Take a look at some of the prob- having to pay taxes on his home I flit rlu'u Shll"|> ii|.

present time. It costs around : Green Walks Out I State Bank and was on the board I B. Barbour for concrete pipe he lems involved: I and homestead exemption was KoR school.REXT-Modern FurmMied conveniences o..tlaie near, :I Fun ItI-:="T Furnish, lndr" n.i, !

$15,000 to equip a tractor and i Chamber of Commerce. He is a paid for about three and a half Low tax assessments are traditional -| written into the conrr.itution. i i Adults, SH t:. 1031.-:1: Call. : with kitchen privilege! : and Tl I .-

plow crew, and the small On Club member of the board of directors years ago. Since that time the in Florida. One survey i't3- \\'. Mrs. ..\ F Sauls, 633 :\.. quiet Christian | .u Iti.nr
opera- Program i iI But times have changed and de- : :llah..o:1.: tfililf JJ.ini on edge ..f tuun. K1' l lHaifnrd I.
tor cannot afford to- spend that i i of the American Red Cross for Clay i iI county has furnished the pipe. chowed statewide land assessments i mands on the tax dollar have'' ld. I'bone 2n: .I:. I Hill),
kind of Declaring that a program about 1 County to average 33 per cent of actual :' :NOW IS THE TIME theck stovesai.I '
money. I I I 1 multiplied many times. Perhaps< | fluesfor told weath"rI'roml.t FOH SALE: -Pensai-ola Ita Iii,. KI.Iseed --

ForceContinued '! to be presented at the Rotary District 242 over which Nelson1 Public Requested'To value. This same survey showed it's time to realize that each home : delixen' j-erviie anI'( and several differ, ,'nt kinds.
I Bradford valuations to be about trade A k.'r-ns Call Smith's ] ..f bale uf hay J I: V. tll'
Lee said he did not know of Club Wednesday was "controversial" is head Rotarian encompasses an I 1- which generates costly-to-edu- Shell: Station Iiutet. \Ve ha\1 l.iif..r.l. IM aip '. 11
'average the 67 counties.I .
any instance where 1 area from Jacksonville Beach to Nominate among 'cate children must bear a share Kerosene tanks on hand tfi-hK .
a pulpwood "
and "political. Lex Green Top example, good timbeiland I \\ ILL IM .MCE IKu.M.Ni: : ; K.I in,
Pensacola and south to Crescent I the however small. .
corporation had discontinued or 01 cost lt'ruuiati.ii.Il 2.J 1",1\ s a nand
i of county- in Bradford currently brings from i I .
outspoken opponent 6 |> III.i.I.isJ..j'y 1 tp
curtailed its fire fighting forceor Cit Bradford But until this realization comes
wide fire protection in Bradford Woman $70 to $SO per acre. (The early I READ READ READ
equipment in a county where I about. it's for sure that no dele- : : \VA.\TKI; .MUM Ie
i County asked to be state control unit was established. : gations will be pounding on AsLong'f. | ntaH Mftuwurr home usI .1.101. j Uimd |".i> ::.. i k.s I-'ruii M.iini
the tax assessment roll it is cur. ,
the lie had The Bradford
previously has
i meeting. general public ..
highsMv i iy
Board ..I thr 'IIY n itasetI .
still maintain for tnt. I II
their .
: own Investigates sessor door asking a
voiced protests to G. T. Hiiggins been au'ted by the Business and rently carried at from SS to $9) Inttu.ltw.e.iraII. I
and pool it with the countywideunit's hike in the valuation of their <. ) Inealed ni.Mlrr. trantrhome Foil SALE: Kenmore
: Automat.o
i I who had charge of the program a Professional Woman's Club to par- per acre. buril.. equipment when homes. Inquire at :Mrs.Xel.son
necessaryto ; discussion by District Forester ticipate in a campaign to find the Nothing New large HthiE room anil dlaioK area.yl. I II .ireen's; Kt 2, Box 4.Stark. .
do a more effective job" the : Plan For Boosting in Bradford's incumbent tax assessor -. i! If fact public sentiment seems .:'IHI.lll'. 'I'rrnio. I ... it t
forester said.Opinion j I Frank Lee of Lake City on the outstanding woman the county. i I I HrautKul 2 lied room home. large _____
Gene Long. didn't invent this; near-unanimous on the issue now. ... Smi.
benefits of establishing a fire The honor is bestowed on some nrrrrii |.. .rh. pmed hltthnnj Foil KEXT Small three room

at the meeting seemed' protection unit in Bradford Coun- : outstanding woman each year as; system good or bad. The problem The favorite tune is; "Sure Bradford of MarLr. *<:.:, "'.(",. apartment, all furnished, pnvato
| I' 2 bed room drrnttiaK. 2' acreaIsnil j! bath and
near-unanimous in favor of countywide State Timber Taxes exists elsewhere t assessments are too low. entrance Nice I'ji
I ty.I i; a highlight of the National Business throughoutthe : "B large prrnn Itr.p..1 couple or one pvrsvu. 6u. Lafa> -
protection which has been Woman's Week.I state. A recent survey ol f They all should be raised. I guess. ...nolt.... 2 lilorku of patrd \ cite St. HI'
I Replying to Green's request, Ro- llotpilal. 'Ii."2.-;. _
I 'uunl
endorsed the Soil Conservation All but mine. that It seems to nrnr > I
by forested acreage in other Florida i, ia
I The club agreed at a recent 'I'rrniK. FQK KENT-Cottage. 4 fur
tary President George L. Patten I II I rooms,
Service District, the Farm Bureau,. j ;, The Bradford County Commissioners to invite the counties showed assessments rang.. be just about nsht., 1 I nished. ltefrigeratnsIi ," t-r.

and the Cattlemen's Association..1| said "I think we might reserve Tuesday probed the possi. meeting public to I ing all the way from $2 to J15 I FLORIDA REALTY CO. lights,, water Adults preferred3i .
; judgement on the tenor of the j participate in the nominations for : mo. Kingsley Lake. Kings-
bihty of Of Starke
I Lex Green, foremost opponent ol i getting more money out :this year's winner. The woman per acre. I I Icy C.urt Km 32Q. ltp9, '
countywide protection in past: program until after it is presented. ,lof the state from timberlands at The solution might seem to Principals Given
Mr. Green. However, J who wins the title will be the honor easy : (Guy .\AndrewsV.. SewellA. | WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED I IVMAKl.Si
you the State Prison.
held Bradford be to hike the assessment ol
elections in ;
County, J7500TO J1UOOO WEEK
: be excused." guest at a banauet. on Sent.. 27. J. Tonias )

was present. but did not take the: may Two avenues of revenue were I Only- women who are employed'will "foreign-owned" groups such as ass 'reniple \... MarL. FJa.Dur WATKINS i.l'EItATING BUSINESS:: YOUR IN BKADFoiiiMxioN OWN-

floor to speak against the pro Forester Lee stated that he was looked into and both turned out be considered for this honor. 'the big pulpwood corporations who Power To Assign I'hone :''':1 Mehl 3tll-J: I : cor.vriKS': KOI

posal. formerly a member of Rotary and : to be rough roads if not absolute Other factors to be considered 'own thousands of acres of Brad- 1'AKTICfLAKS' WfUTi; THE J. R
; are | WATKINS ( 0., 639 W. PKAC1ITUEE -
familiar with its traditions. He dead ends. I ford woodland. But a bas- '
Other Point-, contributions to community life County .. : ST, N. E., ATLaNTA GA.
Other pet tinent facts broughtout assured the membership that any- ', One possibility explored by the through civic organizations ic American principle is equal taxation Pupils To School Ft 'It SAI.i See-::-iM.ir.-me M .1'' Mome."" EtaifortlIialI Ht ttufag 9, JI

by Lee: j thing he said on the subject ofI I commissioners was to raise the I', church work or business activities and the asseriiment of ;' I.i\! tili-c': Staike. HP FOR SALE-Like nl'2 .5 AMP

Fire burned only 2 1.2 per centof fire protection would not be "po- assessment value on these timberlands and the manner in which her services corporations can't be raised with- Knit---- HKXTKne r1II--furnished I of II.Hup lead AUC cable! W"ld..r'lIh..nd used 169 craflnian. ft.
I g -
forest in1' litical" but would be offered as from $6 to the I out also boosting that of every ItuK..igI'y !..ik. Call ." .Y. Phone 501-W. writ Box
state-protected lands I $8 being are contributed. There are Authority to temporarily assign: IllIHJT I or
information to assist I woodlot owner in the county. __ .;3. Star ". 4tp J,2FOU
in makinga
Florida during 1955. while 65 1.2 paid by individuals on svmilarproperty. no age limitations. pupils to hools was given llradford's -
decision on the usue. : Assessor Long has recognized ('.\ and Carpenter Work HEXT
Cottage fue
cent of th School rooms
per unprotected lands were j Recommendations s>::?uid be principals by Small new and repair jobs ac- 1 furnished
burned. At the conclusion of his talk I, inequities in the system and has Board 30. 1 '01. J..e t'. HK-k, Pot I, Box complete l.atli and nr-
: The other approach suggested sent to the Business and Professional Aug. j I I ('::1.1< ; Uting heater on Kingsley

Burned timber adds only 33: and a question; and answer period was for the county to receive a I Woman's Club, Box 532, been working gradually but sys- Under Florida's new pro-seg- I! _%6TStarke.. :2tp S/S I Lake. Contact Mr.s. II c. Uen cat
tematically to eliminate some of cottage. Zuhg ''. T
board feet per acre per year. while the club president presented him percentage of the timber profits Starke on or before Sept. 13. regation pupil assignment law LAKEVtEW PEACH and Cottage" -
unburned timber adds 175 board with the certificate of appreciation -' from the lands. I ae the worst of them. During which Bradford endorsed by resolution -j' Housekeeping cottages for rent ,GAY'S HOME APPLIANCE. Your
four years in office Bradford'County j by month or season, from Sept. )<'ri..ndlyorg... Dealer God
feet annually. ;I that is customarily presented I Since legislative action would be valuations have been I last week, final authorityfor I I 4 t.. June 1. 'all lIoLart5: ;; I (' ..d Refrigerators, iheap. \\ e
to I i tipped i its MrA J. Kahr. Box I tJerme All .
.r a i
Landowners guest speakers. MakeApulian. "'
may continue to necessary in either method the Saving Bond Buying 2000.000 from 7000.000 assigning pupils: tests In the t 6u::,. Earlt'!"". Fla. 4tp 9/7 t! tfchgrein
control-burn their own propertyby Four new membersDiew Rat- Bradford legislative delegation was I' School Board.

conforming to certain regu- lilT B. T. Payne. Donald Koko- consulted on the matter. Increases In County to 9000000. a'' But. conditions -' Otlt 1KNTH .*'\ 1':11"lU II SALH Moiie-Mite 18 mm pro- I
But it has been necessarily to meet emergency IHIHCIX 111':'' \1111'1111 i| jeet.ir. tomplete with sound arid

lations that are already a partof moor and FKIen Mathewswere Rep. Doyle Conner was out of slow process. There are plentyof resulting from school opening ( MaUr. 111 Model. I IKrusooulile I carrying ('a"e. Call 42- 2tp 9 7 I
Florida law. Bradford citizens bought 19.62 ( bant" jsiiaraplefdIMS.
Countywide fire presented their membership pins town. but Sen. Charley Johns cent E H "built-in" problems facing an last Tuesday. the Board decided -' ( I'. SHK.I'IIKIIII: : KIXOSI.EY LAKE-Two b..dro"111 \,

protection does not change these j rior to the program.Commissioners. j! pointed out a few obstacles to per more and savings assessor who attempts to revise to give the principals author- 703: W. 'aJIM.Markr_ _Pa. 230: furnished house $S" per tn'). till I "
regulations bonds during the first six monthsof -- I I June 1. Gas and electrioitv. Call '..
in any way. passage of such measure* assessments upward that is. ity to pupils on 1 2nt. Starke.
1956 as they did in the similar assign temporary I'UIJ.E"w 'S x S x: IS con- _. _ltpS14
Taken He told the commissioners that Let':., take an example: basis. irete 101.-1.| It-' '. ment $l.fiO per ,
period last year. according to the loaKI..rlar Mix $1 I ':tit per bag. I WILL. KEEP TWit cIILiKV| | : fr..i" ]
7 Bonds ForfeitedIn For Bradford and Union counties were Dept. \\ hat ('an Happen The action was further needed Bradford l-ngineeiins" i"o. phone 1 7 a 111 to 4 |l in 'i-i MH |iu \
Extra Treasury
l'h.,11* :M--I. Sir'I .., ,
tf ; \;
20 of
acres Stark ? r.
the counties in Florida Suppose a man owns !t41. f
only getting because of the the
of two-
closing .
From January to July of this I i ;I''a''" St. :'Jip 'i j 11 ,
taxes from state owned timber pasture adjoining Starke. The .
Mayor's Court Count Commissioner H A. $50.203 of bonds were teacher school at Heilbronn. W.\ITIU:"" W.\\'T.I'-.II 9116-J
year pur- {
Foil .
; at $8 and S.\I.-I ':;f. 1."I."r| '.pIiun ,., ,
If the county begins clam- land is assessed an acre .. According to the Board's final II & ij Trw k M..II. tfchg
i Buddy t Bishop Jr. and County chased in the county. In the same | Skyline Ci.up ( iv.-r.lrn.
1 Case oring for more money. he said. it the owners pay J6 a year in taxeson action in the matter. Heilbronn i radi" heater 4.s: ,,,. t.,, ,", ,
PostponedSeven Clerk Charles Darby put two and period last year the figure stood at the $160 assessment. i .ndition, $ltit o l'lu-.n,. I :'> \\' \
two together at the meeting Tuesday may up without any. .11,968. pupils will be allowed to attend i WHEN IX NEED OF II. baKOI
Now he decides to subdivide _
and found it added to the The idea of getting a percentage suppose the elementary school of their LANDSCAPINGFILL
bonds amounting to a the property. and twenty : KK.NT= -Four r.n. fniul.da I
County Commissioners of the timber profits was choice Yet under State law the |'artiniit with .
being clipped pnv.i'e I.H'h .n.l I
total of $225 were forfeited in city Starke Gets $7,000 $10.000 homes are conr.'ructed I DIRTor fr..rt .
raised and
for an extra bundle of by Commissioner H. A. pupils must be as5igne by the backnht.ri. u.tli
court Tuesday and gro- It .'..1"I'... ( .
one case was thereon. is generally recognized furnish.cl (IMII-C' t.
postponed until next week. ceries.In ( Buddy) Bishop Jr. who cited the From Cigarette Taxes that the purpose of the $5.000 School Board. I DISKING .i.lult- ..r .-".iiuleiith ,infdM :N-: .
case of Marion County which I"o W Call
get M |I'h..n.
Mayor XV T Jackson discussing grocery orders in the Florida The Heilbronn School issue ii". .I .
grantedan homestead exemption W. L THIGPEX JR. ___ I II. hwi.vcui.r.
a percentage from the federal About $7,000 was added to _

extension to J. Alan Scott: who yrovided for indigent families. lands. But there seemed to be no Starke's treasury during May and Constitution is to provide Flor- caused quite a furor within the Rt. 2 Box 245-D Alton Rd.PltONE : yon CMILII tin-, .. \\.--k In IKnd..rgarl..n

is under $25: : bond charged with Darby admonished Bishop for not idians with tax free homes. Consequently Board span of three days last at ii.t .. I'.th'.lVnt t
hope of a similar program from June by the city's share of cig- !97.JStar -
public- intoxication and sending a note with a man for i is common practice. week. < .-r. Hours.0: till I 12 ton
having no the stateDriyer's arette tax money distributed to !..., na.I f..r rt-enlar, rnlre. r'.-n Will, !
whom he had
drivers license. authorized an order. the 20 new home5 are placed on Earlier last month when the 1 keel children 'intil .". I" if ileuir-

Scott said he needed more timeto "But I called you up." Bishop municipalities by the State. the tax roll aV $5,000 each en- school was voted closed the Board' .._ --i 'I -d Mania I'rie'-t't Kind. -i Kir'"c I
The received $3.907.73 in I
locate a group of papers which declared. After batting that one License tirely tax free. decide to allow pupils to attend I F<".R P.E=rnf'irmshed, :2-bedroom _

contains his drivers license. Starke around a while they discoveredthat {aIn, June the figure dropped to What has happened ? The as- either Lawtey or Starke elementary house, de-jralile lunation nn W. Pith SAI.K A thr.t.r'.m h'.i-- (
$ .35.Cigarette: Madison ?t. """I:1..t1: : A Payne, with extra lot and two
Asst. Police Chief Riley Sweat though the first order had Sale Opens Fast sessed value of the property has schools whichever they wish S Olenn St. Ph.n44W.. I\ Cherry 'it rar;tp KITage !, n-

said that Scott claimed to be a been authorized the man had tax money amountingto risen from $160 to $100.000, but ed. 2t. hit I

former New York come back for !,, 'onds without $295.31: was paid to Brooker in :!'I FOR SAI.K-Papane-f Pfmimr.n-
detective.In .
because of homestead exemption Then. on Monday of last week,,, FOR REXT-Close in. desirable one r "dr..m..- get th>-Ti H.i\
County Judge T. A. Yawn reported May, but the town only received .
i .
other cases Kenneth E. permission. the real estate taxes collected and two btdroom apartment.. m* n .aru.t I \\ An.lru, ,
a booming business in automobile $161.93 in June. the Board voted to require the. P.easonabic Mr and Mr. '\'. IIt it-. 4. Ht' 2. .I"., ,ff Alf.n
Thompson forfeited a $100 bond sales have droped from $6 to ex- children to attend the school at Xollman. :22!:!? W Madison. ttchg rd Iff
licenses openedthis received in
as Hampton $141.34 ;
levied on charges of reckless driving Registration Changes I lactly zero: 'I 1
week. May and $90.79 in June: Lawtey: Lawtey. This action was urged by:' c READ
and resisting arrest. I Products Children 2 ; PAID OX S4VI.VOS! KEYSTOXE READ READ
Urged Mrs. : in and 531.... in Board Member D. W. Starling. ; STATE BANK KEYSTONE I
By CrosbyAbout Yawn said that his staff has $347.02 May
Edward I
Hasoure paid $25 on a And. instead of producing cattle '
hEiGhTs FLA. :MEM- -till ..*.. iirw ....tt.r. 11......
reckless driving charge and Gene ;i been Kept busy as Bradford citi- June; Keystone Heights. $749.27in !' the land now houses some 40 reaction was immediate BErt FDIC. fur .1.! law dews p.meR Il.p

Edwards forfeited a J25:! fine for a month remains for zens flocked into his office seeking May and SS12.45 in June. children who must be Heilbronn parents protested| r.... P..rd ....... and rllr .llll> \
i qualified voters to get their names i or more : strongly first with a 36-signatur.. WE BfY AND !SELL: USED: FUP.-: tl... I..' .. .11.... r..<* ear .r tl1..... I
public intoxication. I their new permits. i, educated in Bradford schools. I XITI-P.E. Elrod Furniture Co. i i fIat kMr..

Speeding charges cost Winnie on the registration books if they I The judge reminded Bradford Brownie Meeting j In short, homestead3 generate petition then delegations. The I Phone 43. tfchiFRESH :::1 i
expect to vote in the November ;i parents wanted Heilbronn reopened i FLORIDA REALTY CO.
H. Lee. Negro. $15 and Richard citizens that the delay of waiting j children who cost money to edu- ,

Schroder $25.: .j: general elections Registration in line for licenses can be avoided Brownie Girl Scouts will hold I cate. Yet. homesteads contribute or access to Starke elementary.A .. j E. Steel EGOS, Rt.FOP.1. Bolt S.H.E-Charl.17J-B. Grifj !' : Of Starke t tI

Fred Bryant forfeited a $25 I Supervisor Marian L. Crosby said by renewing by mail. j the first meeting of the year at nothing in the way of taxes to special meeting of the School|I j fis Loop Starkr. 4'p S/29 Li I (Guy AndrrvM. W. B. S*wt'll I II

fine for destroying evidence. Police I this week. : To get the license in the mail ( 3:30: p. m. Tuesday at the home help do the job. I Board was held three days later,' I! :i INCH TELEVISION consoles. 110)I A. J. Thoma) J

Chief W. E. Thornton said Bryantwas I Mrs. Crosby particularly stressed Yawn said Bradford residents: ;I of Mrs. Joseph D. Warren. 321 Even the new Bradford County and some 25 Heilbronn citizens I i.I down at Dahm r'5. tfche: SSS Trmplr ,... "l.rkr. Flu. \

"caught in the act" of throwing | that those who have moved should mail in their 1956 original North Myrtle St. Hospital contributes its share to I appeared. The Board then reversed 'I( I.OSTsblfant! white male rol-' :: flay PI1... 3HS :\lgbt 3341-J

1 away a pint of moonshine.A since voting last should have license keeping the yellow slip' .I New applicants for Browniej the complex problem. Back in the I itself thus permitting children 1 I he.n \l<-nity, of f'ryotal Lake,,'j, .!

.. $10 fine for running red their registration changed. She inside as proof of licensing along j membership should be accompa- days when the hospital project was to attend the school of their. far An'.w.r'. S-pt to I nam Hirhmn"Fla-h".collar littlf APARTMENT r-w It54'r.'s'FOR aar tENT'- >>n-.'

I light was forfeited by Jeremiah said that the books will be closed with money and a stamped self- I nied by their part'ntsatlonal. I first discussed one major selling choice. Starling abstained fron 3:I ltn\t p"t Reward ,' returned tu furnished. Everything apartment"li-otrir I

Lainsh, Negro. < at 5 m. Oct 6. Mr. ieaWa'J| P .n J'.x '-.7. < M 1 ,,.- >n F'T appAin'tncnt phor,o ,
p addressed envelope. dues of $1 are due. point was that race track money I voting on the reversal i Lake Butler ,'
ithgI : : 4-W day yr 6S21 night lip !

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