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 14, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03391
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jJ'I Hazen, NoegeL Andrews Win City Council Posts-

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t 107 m.p.h. I Dream Come True I Incumbents Lewis,

1* ir En ( iinciltiiaii-c-lec.t \\ II. ( |!ill.l I Lawson DefeatedIn

Youth Arrested j .| :.Noegel has stn-ngtlu-iK-d hisIn

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.' ;.Hi": alter! the rear end of hi.- Vacant Peace ll'l I I"to'S.
!I" u, Ilikk broke loose h." .
as < il.x I ( "lerk ( arl ..loluisasK his ballot I in Ihe C'itx d'di..nhill' .
fixe iiiili I 1.1 '
.kmded in to t'lwha ; l.itss v..tii out tin I' i \011. leceivm-: .!!' ; I i.i.:, <
an attempt
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Candidacy .n. III Jjnu-s \. l.i-uis. T wa> n01'1'1out\ of otme In .
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lirailfonl Ilish's! Tornailoes lake time out from practice to puse for 1 11 t\ ('i.tintdeputy.. ( ) t'
lla/en I ami U II. ( Bills ) :Nuegel.luiss :ifiht tote ,
the ami-ra. Hie team nieiiiliers the first txxo nixxs are '....rnior'.. The chase hat been conducted margin U'\ I i. i it' v.\ 'I|
;:j 4 votes..
In the iMittiini picture the cheerleaders shoxx the) are ready to cheer 1 ihiough the cooperative action of Incumbent F (' Hud'.es xx .1.s -

the ...siiiad| nn to \ictor). [
\ tIi..a.ll'fall'IIi; : laxora ( apps, :Nani-y lats, .\nnillianis, Bradford County sheriff's office :i Democrat (-c-andidai fm i .luv/. : .c .. J Counting Ballots vtre the senior memlieis "I; ihefixe

.;'nd Clay County deputies. of the Peac-e. Dist lid 1. xxnul'i j man council. 1.\\ :IS his been!
Sandra stricklaml and Melissa :-.ta llill;:", ,
'i was It'ft'acant by the leientI Cools Election in office for eighteais .md| I.n-
Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown said' Niece Of Starke Night Excitement
and !I death of Alex L. Barnes J Ji son for four.
jhe i city police began chasing: ;

Coach Predicts VictoryTornado Johnson as he turned the corner i! This action by the Biadlorn The ne.x. .-...,tern II! bul..! .mntm! ,. .1 i, ,\ he :n.i.ie. efficient When the new men tik : ,.

the | County Democratic Executive and }po,i's next month. the entue ini, !'-
Coca-Cola bottling plant onto |Carpenter Wife moie a "mate, hat I it i'tits down lilt 'X( It.'ment :n waiting
State Road! 100. Brown said I Committee will! put Hodges' name for olet! tion ret urns. fil will be composed of net (tIlI-

Grid Season hi ("locked) Johnson at 107 m.p.h. i iI on the ballot in November and! insures That the ers. Councilwoman! I Kubx: : .I.>lIn,;
was verdict
1! of about 40 people who wailed in the and Councilman
.It one time. his return to office I K Cl.iik were'both
The 'I fire station Tuesday night for the final tabulation in the City elected the .
eyes of the nation xxeie attuned in Ig; elerti.mand !
The youth cut into the Hampton ; Hodges was chosen in a 10-6 Council election.
I to the television sets last | Hazen was .J
| appointed in .111'
load and then onto dirt road > vote over Jack seimer.
a manager ,
NightThe I Iwhlt'h Saturday night as a blue-eyed I ; Under the old system. each ballot would be called out and nary after the resignation m I.
Opens Saturday led back to Road 100. Brown of the Kayo service station on !
blonde! was I'I"ownl'11fiss: America tecorded and the watchers could O. Hazen.
keep a
running tabulation.
said. A radio call had brought out I'I noith U S. 301. Semer. appearing;
for 1957.; But the with excitement 1
the Clay County deputy who head- before the committee in his bid ceremony was rising ar. the trend fluctuated. The turnout of votei.s though

Tornadoes of Bradford High. will whirl into a brand ea Johnson off. }I for the post. said this was his first xxatched with special I thrill and excitement But in the system put into effect during the primaries inMay 'less than half of the 1.MM) regis'cred. --

new football season; Saturday night ar they take the field The youth forfeited a $50 bond ]'entry into politics. t,! by a Starke couple. : the members of the election committee quietly count the was more than some observers -
For that couple Mr. and Mrs. 'i
against a tough Macclenny eleven. | in Mayor's Court Monday on I I II Barnes, who died last month E., L. McKmght of 522 W. Madi- ballots for each candidate in turn. expected. A light vote was

Coach Lennard Register Jr. predicted that Bradford I charges of speeding and reckless following a heart attack. defeated Rin St. know the After the election Tuesday the votes for each man as they 'predicted because the election was
reigning beauty being held off
in thenno
will win the contest. but not without a struggle. lie said driving and is under $200 bond in I II Hodges in the :May primary by a'. J queen Marian McKnight as their I were tabulated were recorded on a blackboard. other offices an year at
he expects the score to be pretty close much closer than the I County court on the same charges.His !, vote of 1206 to 1149. The two also i I niece who they watched grow up I Instead of getting excited about the trend in the race as a ,| Also the city campaign were had been

20-0 shellacking the Tornadoes handed the boys from Baker driver's license was automatically competed in the 1952 election in j i South Carolina. whole the sp'ctators could only compare the scores on the marked for its lack of activity

County last year I I I suspended for 30 days i which Hodges won out by a thiee McKnight'a brother. xxho died I board and speculate about the next man's vote. I About the only svmblanre of an
the coach saidVarsity. Mayor W. T. Jackson noted it I vote margin. .
They are saying they are going -:i about 10 years ago;; was the father I Not until the votes of the last man were posted was the full issue to evolve in the electioneering
HosierMemheis I
l would be the deadline for j The committee also agreed to
past I ,
new of the South Carolina
to beat us. so they must have !i I beauty. [C-I j election picture known. i was over the due financial
of the varsity losteraie licenses at the time Johnson's, delegate authority to Committee .
:. tougher ball club than they did ': ', ]Knight is a carpenter. | situation of the city. The twochallengers
I'I : i license could -be redeemed. The Chairman G. P. Wadsworth to
I :Mrs.
last: season." tjie coach said. McKnight a nurse at the expressed a belief that
is bettei In the backfield: Xoegel. Harold mayor questioned whether the 'launch planning for a Democratic :Bounty< Health Dcpt. described the I the city's It I be
The Macclenny I'I money < 011 spent
i Godwin. Terrell Green. Bubb.l.a- youth could to be held October Committee Okays Tax Boost
oft in its store of expeiienced : get a renewal. rally in to promote new Miss America as a very quiet I Resolution i mute wisely."
Bub Taccia
Mee. Van I're.scott ,, '
the campaign of the She 1 1i
presidential witty girl. said she and her
is Dradford High I
pavers: than I Another point rai.seu h\ t othNiiepel
Bill )
Bennett. Bill Forsyth ::
Gary candidates. i|i ;l'ust>and see Miss :McKmght and :
said 13 lettermen 'Swann l ;
squad. Register ,Alderman Rivers and Ed- Appointed and Andrews during the
roster Roger Member Ovid Lewis said a ;her family on frequent trips toi I ISouth To Finance Youth Recreation
leturned to the Macclenny I die Stuckey. ) Program 1 1A I Pst wi 'k was over Inn..ls..dci..tn.
l speaker of state-wide importance j Carolina, but the beauty .
this season. whereas only sexenof 'Assistant Warden bills in tile nty i.otn)

last year's Tornadoes will see, Centers, and: Roddy James Struth.Thomas.Randy'Johns i i could be .obtained for the rall''. i''queen'''h'i was away when they were >;I resolution requesting the City Council to levy taxes men said that people had rorn-

a i.lion ; At State Prison J: year. j I sufficient to raise $1.000 annually for an organized: plained when their light: bills took
Guaids Joe
: Harden Rudolph i iHutcheson Though Mi. has been programi
| McKnight
1'r.wtii-e I! Site Cleared
Kigorous recreation was adopted at an unexplained the
Wilbur Bariy. Henry1: i a meetingof the Bradford I jump past
winning beauty titles since she
The Bradford County squad : Iundel ] month.
Hall and Ray Judd. Leslie J. Swann i in school :Mrs. : County Recreation Committee in the USO ;Monday night.
I l has been was high ,
gone rigorous practice since I! appointed \fcl\nightl y_ ..:__ L_<: __ H Councilman Lawson Mid that the
Tackles: Freddie Stephens. C.il .!ant said, "she natural the in LLU\org auopuiju 01 tne re -- -
uniforms two weeks a.->si> superintendent stays just ,
donning their Bank i I taxation. i i increase was causal h.I. he boostIP
This week they have held via Pace. Mike Gtldwirl. Hal I al the State i'rison Farm at Rai- Opening same sweet girl." She said her solution. PoeW S. McAliley explained -
110:" (I I School officials present at the power since the city convenedto !
under the lights. Williams and William Parrish. ford. Warden DeWitt Sinclair said niece worked in department stores |, that a new tax is desired -
b> : immages higher voltage a few weeks
that the Ends: Bert McGee. James liar this week in' the summer and taught Sunday I only if the city cannot find I meeting however stated that the
The coach indicated ago. Electric users ale now petting -
rell. Tom Stallin s, Henry Ri-I I The Slated For Jan. school. I other means of including a rec- : mere presence of a policeman in
Macclenny boys will be in for ap.tsung i| post has been vacant since a full 120 volts through: their
'c'hard, Winston Kelly Jerry : "She like ication fund in its new budget to.., front of the
attack if the weather is : Sinclair succeeded L. F. Chapmanas : was just all the kids 'l school had a good l lines now instead of the 80 m 90voltes
Hicks and W. H. Johns. : be adopted next month. A copy'of
good. He said that Bubba La- as warden the first of the year. '' The new Community State Bank: Mrs. McKnight said. "She was a psychological effect on slowing they were getting on the old
I the
Mee. a 127 pound 10th grader. (ioocl Shape Swann, 58. was -a deputy in'Hillsborounh ', of Starke is scheduled to be in operation regular tomboy. always climbing." 1 in the hands resolution of each will member be placed of i ij I! down traffic in this danger 'zone power set up. Lawson said. This

I i.s showing signs of becoming a The team has been working County about sever around the first of January "She grew up all of a !oudden.1|j 'j It dded electricity is recorded on the
was that
]I 1 the Council agreed the
Tuesday's committee
hard and is in the ;, We moved to Florida about 10 prior to next -
good shape
good passer. though he has had years and in Orange County about'I '' j 1 !i meters and inevitably comes out
little experience. I coach repoi ted. I four years. He retired as ptlllceI That's the word from diiectorsj; years ago and the next time we : meeting.Before i would not want to recommend a I i it on I the bills Lawson added.

Charles Noegel, an outstanding "We will have a good season i if i I chief of Huntington. W. Va. about I lof the enterprise who this week I|, saw her she was a young lady." I adnption of the resolution step that would sacrifice any degree Xoegel's successful bid for a

defensive player last year hasbeen ,, we have no injuries with the key : 11 years ago'Sales obtained title to the land on which I :: :Mrs. :McKnight said the new :Miss:' there had been a round table of safety, and this proposa! council seat was his fourth at-

he said. "We are going to i America has beauty as well | discussion of a proposal to ask t I.
given charge of the field boys the bank is to be located and began j asj i was abandoned in favor of asking tempt for the city post. Twice he

marshaling duties. Noegel is a work hard to improve on our record work to clear the site in pre- I brains. She was a brilliant! r'..u1 -I the city to install automatic equipment for a new tax if recreation funds l>as been edged out by one votemargins

junior who weighs in at 150: of last year." In the 1955-56 Tax Report I paration for construction. dent who won many scholastic i i to regulate pedestrian traf- could not be found eLsewheie. and in the 1954 election

pounds. :;1 season the Tornadoes won seven Hollis Knight one of the bank | honors. :Mrs. :McKnight said. !j fie in front of the school rather The committee list ; was defeated 'by an eight vote
and lost three leaderri She said that Miss McKnight: i than have a full time policeman a
Tremble At Center games i said the directors expect: I of count.

Coach Register said that Roddy Register predicted that the Shows Business tc let a building contract in a fexv'days. has never visited Starke and held i stationed there. It was pointed install equipment in the USO that during it desired the to Of the three winners two are

Struth a 167 pounj senior will1:1'e toughest opposition in the Tor- i i little hope that she would get time |J out that this saving would enable including a secondhand year in the automobile business Andrews -

the opposition plenty of trouble -' names' 10-game sl"hedult.111 Maurice Edwards, who purchased while holding the :Miss America' the city to contribute to a recreation box. jook is associated with the ramlily.
ping tables -
pong small soda
at center. Others on the Tor- | come from Palatka. Seabreeze the building now occupying the :' title. : fund without additional fountain .owned Andrew- Motor Co.'and
Spurt In and milk bar games, and (
nado squad to watch. Registersaid and Ketteilinu.* of St. Augustine"We BradfordI site began removal operations f'leetritfans.. It was estimatedthat WurgeT'operates a used
are Guard Joe Harden. 16 are going to play as many i Tuesday.The .
I(I Racing Money Called Vital these items would cost Hazen is a Sinclaii bulk dealer.
Tackle Mike Gold- the coach said ,, directors
pound !It'nior. boys as possible. : hope to begin laying around $} 000. and each organizatIOn -I
xvire 186 pound junior. and end#including a lot of. 10th graders"Kickoff Claim that Bradford County' the foundation for the new ,

Bert McGee and James HarreYl,. time Saturday night businesses and utizens are prospering building next week Steve Simmons For Expansion Of Hospital will represented be asked to on the committee Bryant To SpeakState
assume a shareof
McGee is a 165 pound junior and will be at S o'clock at tne Brad- | wete supported this \\'l't.'k'I one of the bank heads. said.
I expense.A Rep FarrIs Bryant will
Hti'ell in iSO pound seniorHamM 1 foid High stadium Tickets are by a dependable barometer of Under FDIC regulations the I
Far from :
business relinquishing of the 5 >0.000( plus racetrack committee of three speak Monday night at a covered
Godwin and Rudolph puied I at $1 for adults anduMits 5(I activity. hank has to be open by Fcb 1 Unless students
funds now going to the Bradford County Hospital of- and three adults was dish supper meeting of the :Meth-
UIII'hl'stlll111 do the ku'k.nt': fin the student.* i i A repoit on sales tax collections an extension is granted. Simmons appointedby
a- issued the ficials connected with the institution feel that the money is E L. :Matthews" chairman, to 1 ochstt.'n's Club.
by state added
comptroller i ii
needed for expansion of the G-months-old. 25-hed; hospital. meet in the USO tonight ( Fri- The program is scheduled to
showed that about 50
percent separate corporation coniposen -
Starke Police Principals Join ForcesIn more sales taxes were collected 1- of the leadingstockholdt'r'. will Said Charles du: d\''. chairman day to plan a schedule of jec- begin at i p. m. at the hun h
to match the federal fundswhi.h
(lof the Hospital Board: money reation hours and other rules for Musical entertainment will, he
in the county during the erect the building and lease it on "
be available.
1955-56; Already the hospital is ciowded will operation of the program in the provided by Tony and :Mae Gon
fiscal year than were a non-profit basis to the bank.
Asked how the has zalez.
Crackdown On Hookey Playing collected in the previous year. to capacity and the way Staike is hospital USO.
fared financially for the first six
In actual growing. it will not be long before Tom Casey who directed the
1 lieprincipal.. of Starke elementarx and high schools amount 'ollected figures in the year sales ending tax- New York Couple the present building will be inadequate -I months of operation. Hardy said: schools recreation program in 289 Injuries ToldIn

tin.week obtained tV cooperation of the Aug. 31 of this, :, to care for the needs of "We are pleased with the financial the USO last summer, agreed to
t police department[ year was County Industries
$ll.295.06.; Buys Motor{ Court the coimtv We are going to have results so far; hoxx-ex-er a sub- continue as dnector of the newprogram.
ill' Their campaign to keen students on the school grounds. Compaied with last
stantial amount of shown
to build an addition to the money at least until Christmas
Max in W T. Jackson and Police year's $7.666.97 this is an increase There wete 2H9 .-idiistr.al i i ,i-
bound hospital. anti the race track funds as accounts receivable remains to An assistant for him will be
For recommended -
C uet W E Thornton assured during the lunch hour fo-j of $3.628.09. : $121,000 i I dent.s in Bradfoifl ('ountin Ift.Viwith !
school students are our only hpe for raising the be collected and a lot depends on by the committee that
High School Principal Beecher W. Smce the sales tax late ha a compensation and medi ,II
our success in collecting bills meets will be
tonight. and
ivne and Elemental y Principal Payne said that children who not increased the boost in collections 1- Sale of the Staike :'l. t.n.! Court pre- expense cost of $20.840 Janie.s T
owed sented for to the
!i' T Nolin that the police would live in Starke can go home to indicate either that more bv Mi and Mrs T II Slade: of Installation Set approval com Vocelle. Florida Industrial ("':n-

I l.eck on hildren in the downtown lunch but they will be refused permission business activity was carried on Starke to :Mr and Mis H E ( Hospital Administrator R. E. meeting.The mittee .as a whole at an early missH( chairman reported

.11.-.1 during school: hours \\ho they by existing businessmen or that t Dayton of Olean. N Y was an- Edmondson said: : The most injuries in the < ount-:

,UMdeied of 'hool a e. I to eat at restaurants even ; a number of new busint.'sst.'s't.'re nounced this week. Documental For Dial PhonesIn "We have been operating at a- program will lie held. as 71. were in trade at a n,,.! of

The pnncipals and :Miss Florence !, though they bring such a request started in the county. or a combination : stamps attached to the deed indicated hoiit 75-80 per cent of capacity fOr usual. in the USO tonight (Fri- $8,450.

.'lennmg.s appealed before :Mayor'i'I from their parents. This ruling' of both.It a sale price of $121,000 Lawtey Area the past four months. and we are day i and interested parents are

i.u-kson during his weekly city I t necessary, he said because if a aLso indicates that the people J] The Daytons: arrived last weekend already thinking of an addition invited as spectators or as assistants .

mrt session All of the police I few start going downtown to eat. had more money to spend I from Olean and are occupy- Installation: of dial phones was ( to the hospital. In view ot to the director. Library NotesThe

otherr will wonder why they can't 'ing the residence in the that. I feel it would be a mistaketo
i ere prl.'senl.Pa during the past yeai than the')' quarters scheduled to begin at Lawtey this New

'nt' said a permit authorizing Mayor Jackson told the police to had the year beioie COUI t. which they will manage. week. according to H. A. Bishop reduce the hospital's share o. Service Station

to downtown would beptven I"drop into the eating places and Dayton recently retired from Jr. of the Starke Telephone Com- the rare track funds. Bradford Count: !-.blrl' : .
.upils go Construction
students \\ho bring ,a note 1 make sure" the students are on the Motel Group Selects his position as service engineer pany. I| "It is still too early to tell anything by C R Cecil started, Wr.itehead last week offering its patrons a nunihei of
grounds. with Clark Bros. Co. in Oiean on anew the best sellers and new books
from then parents lequesting tnir.ermission Birftop said that for a short about the financial position: service station the
on cornerlost Mrs P J.
l I I Noun said the problem at the Panel To Complete manufacturers of engines and time. subscribers will be hmited to of the hospital. After a year of operating formed by U S 301 and StateRoad Quattlebanni Woman s
elementary school isn't for the oil and chem- Club library chairman. Sdi'l tni.-
Payne asked that the police pick i iip !I' hookey Callahan Sign Plans compressors service to other subscribers on the i we will be better able to I j 225 in Lawtey. week
i!i playing so much as it is parentswho ical industry. new Lawtey exchange. but that as judge!: Right; now. it looks bettei ',
those students \\ho do not have I Whitehead C"Ontractor'
I that On the best seller
| keep their children out of1i I II The Day tons have five children. a'I'1 list availableat
such and bring them A committee to soon as his company is able than I expected. The personnelhere I
permits backI; complete plans W. L. Jr. of Starke
i I school to run errands for them. one a married daughter and four is the library are: A Things of
:' school. j| for the erection of a large U. S' i trunk line connecting with Starke : is the finest that could be, ,. the and it''''
erecting bUIlding. thai .
,; Miss Florence Jennings in the] at home: Willis a senior in BHS: : 'Beauty by A. J Cronm Auntie
'We are not attempting to put delegation with the principals ', 301 directional sign at Callahan Martha a sophomore; Dorothy,, 'Will be installea.i wished for. although we do have t will be leased to the Jerome,, :Mame by Patrick Ienms Imper-

..enalties or a straight jacket one I; pointed out that with this was appointed at the regular ': Sth grade: and Lynne. :2nd! grade. i Installation of this line and, a need for more registered nurses:' Johns Oil Company of Starke. lal Woman by Pearl Buck

students." Payne said "but I I jeration from the police those coop'I'I meeting of the Bradford Motor other improvements in telephone Edmondson volunteered more Charmed Circle. by Susan Ertz

the send their chil-! Court Association the Garden service in Starke. Bishop said. are facts on the 6-months of
v nen parents ,;''dren who have not .' in : Cancer Closet ,, operation 'Church TagsMike Gift from the Sea. by Anne Morrow -
iren to school tht.a..mmt..' they .'.school could also be more effectively -, Rt'staurantonday.. The sign will being held up pending his ef-!t| the hospital: Lindbergh; Power of Positive

ne m school." :J JII 1 discovered. list accommodations for traveie.s I The Cancer Closet. sponsored I I tortr to obtain a $300.000 loan. |I' "There are fewer indigent pat- Goldwire president of: Thinking by N. V. Peale. and the

a child leaves the school ; Payne said this crackdown,:, in the Starke area. I by the Beta Sigma Phi sorority Existing telephones In Lawtey,' ients being sent here than we I; the :Methodist Sub District MYF Revised Standard: Version of the

ground and gets into trouble the ,I i' would involve I C. L. Scholl president of Bl[[C has moved its office from above will continue to operate as at thought we would have to handle. announces that members of the' HoJy Bible.

parent can point at school officials probably a small.percentage I: A. N Zepp and H. McDonald will Dr. Ritch's office to the Maternity -I j present. Bishop said until the new ,, The percentage is very low. an*1 organization are selling "Go to:' New Books at the librar. are
of the students."The .
the principal said. I t tI i represent this district at the Florida >- Hospital corner of Thompson .', trunk line is cut in. when theyI i i the system of having them screen- Church Sunday" car tags and will l ]' Half-Crown House by Helen Arfi-

'We are just trying to be sure high school principal. who I I'j Motor Court Assn. convention i- and Madison streets. I \. be replaced by thaI: telephones. e
:oat if a student comes to school is beginning his first year in I I in Ellinor Village in Octob.Van fAny, patient needing supplies i Charges for the dial service at 'i County Health Dept. DirectorI The tags will be on sale in i Ruth Moore.

l he is at sthool." he said. Starke said. "I xvouldn't ask for Anderson was appoL'1.tt'dsecret.uy.trt'asure !' may call Miss Dorothy Alvarez: Lawtey will be as follows business -I I is working: out well. Starke, Lawtey. Lake Butler and I. Mrs. Quattlebaum said these

Restaurants and cafes in the city any better behaved or better.. man- I :- to Ml an u Starke 311. or Mrs Maxie: : Carter. $6.50 private straight lne. "We find our rate of $15 a day: Worthmgton Springs the president i- books are on the rental list to be

\\-:re prart:. ally placed out of rered bunch of students 1 I I expired term Jr Starke 2551 : $T> 50 2-party !line $4 50 (Continued On Page Ten) said checked out for 10 cents a week.


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crop ion \GE TWO '
I nm: \\ vKI'lKMKHt: : It. l"ter. .->6
... the land before the lupine was
editorialRecreation ...... Farmer's Diary planted. At present there is no BROOKER I I( set! he had a nice trip. Mr*, Ned Hick ,', .-, .-. i.i..
I practical answer to the virus S..MV to hear about the misfor- ry. Mr and Mr. Kn.: -: !; ,-v M:' .

.I.. Ify Sam McGarvey; problem in lupines The thingfor :..r.e oi the Dennis Hodge family. C. L. Atkinson..u.t i M--I .
.. By Mr i:. K. ('ll tlt'D Mr*. Hodge was the
Vs. Vandalism you VI do now is reserve vuinseed in hospital in Cas'len and ;on-,

.I. and prepare you land. MarKehen son Pete wa1-. admitted Air and -Irs. ., .
Missionary-. Florida 90's con- 4A IAAA4AAAIAAAAAAAAAA.1Mr. EM:< !I. "
... .ml IJ.mlv a few days later. MrHodge ,
T\\ 0 act iit it- of :tarkf citizens were gi\en !the .... tinues. with many of the old tim- rrngr.tiiiThere / and Mis J. L. Waters of : is ill at home nt.also, thtUikf ; : with M: :1.: -
Council meeting lat week ... ers still standing by the old favorite is too nnuh to the soil Kci.i.tth I I..N-,. in t1" \>. oiM I
spotlight in the 'ity .. Lake Biitloiv hon..r..01Ith a Sure hope they till all be well
here: aftnitie in one :-'Incl're: exact upptisites ...... the M's Last season for ex- bank program to write about it. birthday dinner at the home of again soon. : rii: Mrs \i.v.| :. i: ,. '
... ample, we remember seeing a lot We invite you to come in and talk .Mr and Mrs Lloyd last tun 01 Lear 'lty ,I.':,' ,'..rguest : .' '
and Padgett
hut in another sense were part )parcelof Mrs. G. E. Green and daughter
... of ::Missionary berries in spite of about it if you are interested. Sunday. About 40 attended. :. '.i: Miand Mjt'tt :- I s'! .
the same circumstances. .. guests Linda Gayle and Mrs Rosa Pin-
... the fact that the 90's were supposed Briefly. a few major points are : Ktii\ night \
holster were visiting Mrs. Dennis
In one action council members deplored at j\ i- ...... to have taken over. While we 1. Your farm operation must be Sarah Carelton celebrated her Hodge and Pete Hodge at the Mr and Mis. K:. K;, .-=:. n't j

ty vandals playing }aloe with the city's street ... might get a lot of argument on decreased by the number of acres 15th birthday Sunday at her home hospital in Starke Friday night. Mi. and Mrs. A.\i'! : na\, "

signs and street lights. In a second action they ,, the subject we think :Missionaries you contract. Those attending were Mr and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and Gainesville \\'ertl"lt.n : M-: ..';,1
\\llJt .yc v. 11. ii.iK!
: ? ? nl
Trailed a drive to provide Starke's youth with hare a much better favor than the 2. Contracts for allotment crops :Mrs. Carl Roberts of Starke, Richard family were in Gainesville on business Mrs. 3.V, Padgett >,.:1'11.i
spiders .f! a1. Ktiiiu Die we'\e. Faye Waters and J .' !I.
a recreation program although they did not make 90's. such as tobacco cotton and pea- Crosby of Pompano and Hugh Thursday u n .: i
been here ',u-\e' nose Miffeied of iloffett Calif. Sarah my Waters of Lake t I/! : : ,\. '"
any definit commitment of financial support nuts are for one year. Crosby is Hugh E Crosby if, home on a
irom being hit ten until this week. The little steer calf that had two the daughter of Rev. Kessie Car- month's leave He is attached to visiting Catherine .t':.i i r\i ,' :
How much does one of these activities affect 3. Pasture and crop land contractsare Padgett last weekMr
Sam was cleaning around the strikes him bad relton.
up against a rase 192 Jet Fighter Attack Squadronat
other? It can't be measured, but if for five years. .
the and Mi- <; \\ ; "iI'hlldrt'n
yard and must have been nipped by of screw-worms and a broken leg- Little Karam and Stephanie Nettles Moftett. Calif. He is the son
is not provided the people -t. Pine tree Moii ,', ,- :\, '.
vi.sed young contracts spent
are celebrated their 4th and 1st
one. because his hand swelled and seems to have recovered from ot Hazel Carleton and the late
will find their own fun. Their talents may be itched like 50 mosquito bites all in both, although he lost a lot of 15 years. The pine tree program birthdays with a lovely cake anda Hugh B. Crosby. He is visiting nan's Lake

channeled into worthwhile projects such as manyof one place, so he went to see Dr. growing time and is now the runt appears to be our best one. Pay- few friends at the home of then this week with his brother Rich- \Ot.'I.I. I.O\h: the neu 1t.rbnmk l -

Starke's boys and girls are now enjoying. Or Barry, who administered a shot of of our little herd. As usual. Joy.s ments are pretty good for setting.If parents. Mi. and lira R. A. Nettles aid in Pompano.Mrs. .pursc-si/e fniintaiii penin

finding nothing else to do they may find their penicillin. calf a fine heifer, is one of our you plan to set some old crop- Jr.Rev. Ruby Waldr.m of Wildwood pasti-1 I .lu.le-nl> S'.'..">*' .1 t I5r.nl
fun in uprooting signs and shooting out streetlights test. land to pines, you should talk to and Mrs C B. Stallmgs spent the '\'l'ekend1th Mr ford (',,"nl)' leli-grapli

which costs the city money. Dr. Barry said he has had two us during this month. were visiting Rev and Grove Mrs. C. T. and Mrs. C. S Kelley and Mr and
cases of bites by Black Widow Dose it pay to raise purebred You can get into the pine tree Smith of the Pine Baptist Mrs. L. L. Dyal. i-:
A youth is not advanced as a cureallfor
program spiders this year, neither of which hogs" Most farmers will say it program this year if you sign up Church of Gainesville Sunday. Mr and Mrs Cliff Kelley and)
acts vandalism which most lads indulge in bv Oct 15. All other contracts C. S. Fisher of Jacksonville was of Wiidwuod last
proved to be serious. because of does not. and yet last week we daughters spent :
at one time or another in their years of growing prompt treatment. In one case talked to a man who specializesin start in 1937; unless you have a the weekend guest of Mr. and weekend with Mr and Mi.-. C. S.

up. and some who never grow up indulge in constantly they were sure it was a Black purebred Durocs, and that day field that has had nothing harvested Mis. Ralph Nettles Kelley the Lloyd D>al; and Mi .

.' Widow, because they captured the he had sold 87 head of feeders and or grazed from it since Swings, see-sawh and horizontal Alice Edwards.

Hut lack of recreation )programs and facilitiesin spider and brought it in a bottle. got three cents a pound above the Jan. 1.The. ladders are now at the new.. city Mrs Fred Waldum anti Mis,
a growing city such as Starke indicates a lack market price for his stock. Big soil bank program is notencouraging park and. also on the > hool"rounds Theo l Ilyal spent FudaM.siUng i -

of interest in the people., It seems to show Anyhow, this week's Diary is question is, of (course how much at all for us. I expectthe This is a project that Mr and Mrs. A. II. Hall and family -
young been
Brooker have
citizens of
concerned with its being typewritten with one hand did it cost him to raise those pigs most we will do about i it is the and Mr and Mrs Harold Sorrels -g" .
that Starke is more present working on for sometime and are in Jacksonville. 4.00. .
and it is just about as awkward asa talk. ..
prosperity than in investing in a permanent, respected very happy to see some results. Mr and Mrs W. R. Denmarkand ,
crutches to We know that couldn't feed .
man on trying plow we :later r.iNlurtrl.m .
future citizenry.A Mrs. Richard Raulerson and Mr. and Mrs. I). Ponsell and
behind a mule. hogs "out ctf sack" and even break Time here to like
is plant crops Mrs. Rachel Green spent the weekend *
major concern of this city, or any city, shouldbe even We were feeding one sow a oats and for winter grazing daughter of Jacksonville spent the 1'
rye with Mr. and Mis. Clyde Ralll- \i
weekend with Mr and Mrs J. C.
its young people. There should be no limit to Congratulations are in order for meal that cost over $5 a sack, and Time is near to fertilize clover erson In Dundee. Ilarrell. ,

the guidance, oppportunities and encouragementoffered George Huggins on being awarded she gobbled it up by the pailful.even pasture so that you might expect Mr and Jits' :Merle: Gano and Mrs. Loca Waters spent last

them. That is not to say they should be honor as one of the leading though we warned her that maximun production. children of St. Augustine and Mr. week with her raster Mrs. W. R.

pampered but that opportunities should be openedto county agents in the state. What she was eating herself into an It is always time to know your and Mrs. Ovid Gano and children Denmark in Jacksonville.Mrs. CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
and makes this achievement all the early !grave' Its a good thing we about this
them in which they can become interested needs for lime. You waste money of Swan Lake spent Sunday with Ida Weeks of Santa Fe was question
more remaikable is that Georgehad got rid of her or by this time a
projects presented which they can accomplishwith for fertilizer if you need lime Mr. and Mrv R. F. Gano. visiting Mrs. Beulah Han-ell Friday -
pride and a sense of achiexement a very serious attack of illness feed company would have ownedour and fail to use it. Mr. and Mrs: 1 1. P. Beckham and I hl'lr.that. jour :u* .*iuha

not so long ago. place. daughter of Jacksonville and Mis. \\'. M Law home of Tallahasseeis il special Honn-im ntTs Polio
do the whole of fittingthe Just last received
The schools cannot job week we two
J. \V. Brown of Hawthorne were
their in the soil test reports that showed a def- spending a few weeks with Mr that cmtrx a homr not\ only
youth into rightful place community -
An article in the Post on nema- Lots of farmers have fall cropsof visiting }Ir. and Mrs R. K. Gano and Mrs. Hazen and other
nor can the churches To give the youthof todes the tiny worm-like organ- beans. peas and squash planted inite shortage of magnesium. The Saturday. relatives here Aubrey against fire damage hut "all

'Starke the proper ideals and the proper values isms which do so much damage' to and we wish them lurk. Many tests were mainly for lime needs. \Ve are so glad to have Mrs. Ethel Mann attended services at physical lo..'. Dot's this i policy -

and to give them opportunities to feel that they root systems reminded us of the growers have about given up fall There lime as was for not the as great a need for Mae Mott home from San Diego the Baptist Church in Fairbanks also: pay li ,x of rt>nl. or
are an important part of the life of the city, time when Dr. Brooks of the crops because insects are so bad magnesium. C.ilitherv she has been visiting Sunday night.
should be a concern of every citizen. Strawberry laboratory showed a Itt this time, and prices so uncer \\'e ate afSinii5 to neij .ion lor the past ti'A months She Mi and Mrs. D. :M Starling of the extra cost of I lining: elsewhere : -

We heartily endorse the recreation programnow group attending meeting at the tain. with MKi| ti"-t !f"I! vote! t'.inn i'a me buK home ti\' plane amt Jacksonville spent Sunday with until the hun1i i is re
courthouse what the looked
pests MJ'oover: Thomas.
the combined efforts paired
being pushed
lake under a microscope Some of It has been accepted bv practically .h".in Thomas of Jacksonville and
of about 13: civic organization representatives those doubted that the all the farm experts including -
present NEED CASH? $50 $100 Donald Thomas of Lakeland spentthe
-- $300
and the PTA. An investment in peoplewill --
young nematodes were the cause of the Mr Rugged Individualism weekend with their father,

l benefit the city and county more in the long decline of the Missionary plant: himself Secv. Benson that the old\ PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL '1'ioy Thomas. Charley E. Johns

run than other projects on which money is being and now it looks as if they: were family-size farmer unit is doomedto :Mi and Mrs. Carl Thomas of

spent in the city and county. right that the real trouble is a extinction. As in business, the MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. Gainesville were visiting :Mr and

But this project isn't the whole answer. For form of 'irus. However, some berry administration favors the huge :Mrs Tim Thomas Thursday night. & Son Agency
growers notably Leon Norman super-efficient corporations and Among; those attending the
I Bradford: County to produce outstanding citizensof 21S W. University A\e.
have disinfected their berry beds if it continues in power after the Phone FRG5333Gainesville birthday celebration for Vance
which its communities, the state and the country !
with D D or one of the approved coming election for four more Fla. Russ in Apopka Sunday were Mr. 13 Starke Fla.
be will take continual efforts
can proud on disinfectants greatly increased years small farmers will be so and :\11 s. G \\'. Davis and daugh-
the part of adults to understand the desires and
their yields s< arise they will be found only ir

arr.bitiuns i of younger citizens, and to provide 'iniserims'ut'td! with t the -tr.taof I' -- u- _- -- -= -"
activities and programs which can give constructive MeanuhiU th 'lenatevet the RepiiMi, in n1 '''''St'.- I IiEACLFS

expressions to these desires and ambitions. \\1\1\

When that time comes we predict the acts of : :: E L S Pre-

vandalism that have been plaguing the' CiU _

Fathers' in rftl'nt"t'l'ks will la- few aivj, f.ubetween. 1

: Money Savings lew

A Negro Views IntegrationAt N'F ,,

this time when action (lin-
irresponsible at
tflll Tfiin.. and Sturgi.s Ky., has required restraint ,1\1::11'1\!' ASSURES YOU THE -

by the National Guard and much of the I

country has gained the impression that racial- + By teo. T. iluggitwCounty '\ '

mingling is the universal ambition of Negroeswe Agent II 'I CAR COATS i Genuine Ivey League Fashions For :

w.oultllike to quote David Lee Negro editorof STYLE -- BOYS .- QUALITY I

a national Negro newspaper The :Newark Don't forget; Blackleg, It might help to discuss a vaccination Something New in Colorful i t
(N J.) Telegram. The following is from his re- with Dr. Mulhns. ('ottonsnd Corduroys I
Blackleg halot .1 long tune program i I i''
!tent editorial. "You Can't Eat Integration," and tin.e been one of the leading cattle I will be glad to give you what ; SHIRTS TROUSERS ,

makes plenty of sense: killers though there has an effective information I can It is cheaper to Ladies $O.98 Girls ;
$ -49 and X99
"This integration-segregation issue has stirred immunization against this save than to lose. I $7.98 $2.49 )

up bil'terness. hatred prejudice. and has destroyed disease for over 50 years. Bangs: TI.tingmil.lhlt' i"

long-standing friendships. But. strangeas Blackleg is caused by a germ Dr. L. R. Baldwin Lists our II

it may seem, fifty percent of the Negroes are that remains alive in soil for county during the last weeks in 1\\ CINDERELLA DRESSES | :
: Men's
for bangs. If JACKETS Boy'sX
not concerned about it either way many years. Once a farm is infected each month to test I ::
you never know when the you have not had your cow or Styles And Fabric
"The liberals are frothing at the mouth and cattle tested, we you ; '
disease will strike again. Death your urge Just Armed Newest Styles and Colors Ii,
:-;llt'ddingcrocodile tears over the plight of the to have it done.
there is
comes so quickly hardly : :
: '
poor Negro in the South, will gladly give him chance to save an infected, animal This livestock disease is important Si/es 3 to G'2 7 to I'. S REVERSWLES -- WOOLS LEATHERS: :,

integration, but won't give him a job or provide by treatment. In most instancesthe enough that the federal to $Q.95 Sizes: :31 To 16 --

his family with clothing or bread. first indication a cattlemanhas government provides free testingin I $1.98' $ 99 fo $24:95: ('

"The Southerners: don't want to have integration is a dead animal. an effort to wipe it out. Please :

but they will gladly give him a job and Nearly all cattlemen know how leave your lequests with us 01 ;
to prevent Blackleg by vaccina with Dr. :Mullins i New Fall
help clothe and feed his family. III '
tion. The trouble starts when a Lupine ri.inning
"The littorals will their schools to I TOM SAWYER SUITS
open Negro cattleman decides he will skip a Proof has been established thai COSTUME JEWELRY !
children but hire teachers l ,
won't many Negroes as year or two after he hasn't lost it might pay to trim lupine land
The South won't admit Negro children to its any animals in recent years. well ahead of planting time. Threeor Ill Hobs Hracelets Necklaces i'in.. : FOR BOYS

schools, but they will give the Negro his own Several reports have come to four weeks might be needed foi, II! i THE; LATEST STYLES FOR nHE S-llt 1
Re r. )SI 1 00( Value Ite'.ill(} Values }
school manned by teachers of his own race And me this summer about cattle Ftubble ana litter to decompose f I 12 13 to 20
all of this is given to him without cost. losses from blackleg' The most recant There are several diseases thai; ;iii, for ,00 Only ? -| .00 i to"
: !
"There are forms of segregation that are degrading wa about two weeks ago attack. lupine. They vary some !i i,,! 2 1 1495 17 95 1995 to 1JI95

and humiliating but to han one's own ._-- ----== ---..-:.., ,11,1M
school and teachers is not one of them Giving I ,

the Negro his own school anti teachers is more NO DOWN PAYMENT : I NEW FALL HATS ; Faded Blue Western Jeans
in keeping with that concept of freedom Justice:

and equal opportunity that the founding fathers : Ladies ... Misses 13: 3-1 ()UNI'E DENIM' GEN[ INK

hail in mind than is an integrated system nf S CORRAL WRANGLERS

Education: CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOY I to $3.98

Editor Lee pleads for ample time for atliu-- $1.98 1
Boys Sizes 1.98 Mens Sizes 3 98
ment. He points out that the South ha.s never attempted AN EXTRA ROOM CARPORT NEW HATH Including .

to tell the rest of the nation how to run :Fixtures, NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK, TANK & Also Matching Bags
its affairs and in no section of the country doe- __
the Negro enjoy the educational, employment and LA1JOR AND MATERIALS Ladies Girls Childrens CHENILLE BEDSPREADS
economic opportunities which he enjoys in the ,

South."The labor unions he notes "are pouring Call Us or Drop A Card --- No Obligation ; COATS COATS -- COATS $5.00 VALUES .. $3.98

na"tment" '- : The Largest Selection of 19)1); Fall \nd :
.> $ 00.36 MONTHLY} PAYMENTS 4V5S:
: hinter Fashion Styles VALUES -- .98
3ao X6,95 $4
that Northern Negroes can not get. Uvause the

union will not them membtr- There : 1.111ES .tND :MISSES
accept as i r I ::
: Many Other Items For Your Selection
are more Negro carpenters brick-la\er .nui 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $ re-vlew Sale to
$600 21.17formation j' Priced$16,95 $49.95 t tI
building contractors in North and South Carolina Sizes
s I'p
than there are in the .".:'I integrated state-. I, : i BLANKETS

Negroes can't eat integration They need )ioli- FREE EstimateLII and In. :H I Junior Deb Girls $ 14.95 to $1 Q.95

They need the oppoitunity to develop) then t.i'- Si/es sto 11 t 5' Wool I Doubles -- 5.95 Value I $3.98

ents The South is the only section of I'M- I',

nation that offers such opportunities. If tht -,- Store Hrs. : 7:00 A.M.: to ;' ChUdrens and Girls $C.99 to
5:30 I'M Mon. thru Fri. $12.95 $6.95 Value Reversible
liberals and agitators are the Negro'friend- 1'' ** -- -- $4.98
Sizes 1 To 11
I ,
Close Noon Sat.
and Southern whites are his enemies: then -''air I ,

one needs to protect him from his friend- / ;j USE OUR LAY-A-WAY USE OUR LAY-A-WAY

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1W 11A1WILW lV1 Il 1 1 r1....uW.1..J 1 et in.ir will make his c.fficlal'isH oj Mr ind M- R..bit Mix of r>7m iMiin, Saturday n,otr.;:'._ q-. I

'" his home-club in Keystoneheights South \Uillu'iispoit Pa :"','pt .x:h at St V mentH.I si;,.: I.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS today. I Friday) at theIt'ular Hume Demonstration flub :i .!Iaik-n\ille> The voting y' .0- ',

: Friday-noon meeting m The! Lake-Geneva-Mi Home h\> bees nanud Char Ie- R.it:.itMis .. ,: '

Hy Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127YTYTTTTTTTTTTTYTYTYTTTTT' the oman's Club. Mr. Nelson! has Demonstiation Club will hold its : Horne w.ll be lemeiubeit-'i ,', -- 0"

b<'.'n touring the state visiting first; meeting of the 1956-37 year I the former Miss Louse: Cole:. i-'

'TYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYY each: of the clubs in his districtMrs. ., Wedneidav. Sept.. 19. at the home >f Maxulle it. : I I
i ( tg4 !
\\ unherly-Mc'rae building! Monday, Sept 17, at E Ep. 8 Dean Honored i of Mrs. Emery Cooper of Lake Henry Carter was a dm-'t: g ,

1fI.'- :\ \\imbetlv! "f Kt.>stone. I in The ladies are asked t.thung Mrs Frank Hgen entertained Geneva. It will be a luncheon i guest of Mr. and Mrs. BU'S: E .... (.. :...1J' ,; 1i. I

Height.tnnoiimes the appioachni I their Bibles and pencils to at her home on Brooklyn Bay witha meeting and will begin at 1 p. m Higginbotham Sunday ----- '0 / : /
| .. \\\H f
'iii.i. 't.,1, of her daughter. Helen the meeting Morning Coffee on Wednesday. The demonstration lecture will Mr. and Mrs D. J. Parrish ,n'! ---- UllJS IN r rfup itr.,

<< Virgin. to Bruce MtCrae. son Hamburger I'ryon Sept .1. honoring Mrs Allen Dean I be un bulbs.rer.oll.iU family were husiness visitot-! .:' OFfER ICtPTIOhll WATERLESS V: )._ f P I
r i !
..! Mi .md! Mis C. C. MCrae, of Friday Sept. 7. Mr and who left Keystone Heights on Jacksonville Monday.Mr. HEAVY WEIGHT I ,, l4:1; '

F'orahmw, Both MissVimbcrIy I, Mrs. Harold Itidaught held a Friday, Sept. 7, to make a new Carl Fendriek and Bill Cannon and Mrs. James Cofer.of m' ALUMINUM <* tL / .v. 'J'f ...) I I I 1

ami Mi M<-('rae are graduates of hamlurger fry in their back yard home in Baltimore. Mr. Dean, will represent Humphreys Gold Jacksonville were guests of :\I' COOKWARE1. :'" .

:Meirose High School, she in the I to honor their oldest daughter who has been associated with Corp the Trail Ridge Plant and and Mrs. F. B Coleman and : in I l. r'i"J I

'lahv IIi 1956; and he in 1952.; MrMi :..Jo Ann on her birthd.1Sht' Humphreys Gold Corp., has been the Highland Plant respectively ly Sunday. ......uP..s... ,. /=. t -

'Tiae is> employed in construction :i was visiting them from Fat Walton (I transferred to the DuPont Plantin at a Mining Convention in Los' We are glad to hear that R st' .%.\\SQ Qt N! '- ..

work at Flagler Beach. where she has lived since Baltimoie.1T Angeles Cal., the early part of Mary and Ashley Wellhiu-f

Birthday Dinner !! her marriage to Richard Bartonin .\ To :Mat O. tober. They plan to take their were returning to school illness this \\.'< K ST\IIT Ml) II: SET Ton.ti .\\

Mrs Ella C. Bird of Keystone June. Her husband and his Tuesday evening, Sept. 18, Keystone wives along for this wonderful after several days
I' e-
Heights entertained at dinner | buddy, Bud :Morgan from Eglin Heights PTA will meet for trip. They will fly to Californiaby Mrs Buford Higgmbotham "- ratings an Each Piece of This TintJualit -
aftem- '
honoring her grandson. Paul Field, were on a 3-day pass, and the first time this season and a Southern Route, and return j tertained on Sunday honoring ( \ )teat \ tight Aluminumare

l.!o\i Biul. who had just turned were also present for the party. '' all parents are asked to reserve via the Northern Route therebyseeing Sept. 2 with birthday patty \\ ith '
Gaiv H1gg n-
21 veais of age on Sunday. Sept. Jo Ann returned to Fort Walton that date for this important a lot of the U S. They.1 her grandson. ,1x11' lanes l.tht heat:
buthda\ ":-
9 Present for the dinner was with them.Duplicate event. Clinton West the new prin-, will leave Keystone Sept. 30, and ,I botham on his fourth 55 00
of the !lair.henjoyed
an uncle of Paul's, Dr. D. Paul !: BridgeBill cipal will be the speaker of the I be gone about a week. i mversary Members or more
I will t HtU
Bud and his family from Lake- Terry and Louis Kyle were evening All parents will be !interested ,. Miss Miriam Nelson has re- :

,and Another guest was LJoyd i high scorerS at the Duplicate in hearing this forceful' turned to her home in Cambridge. j I Gary.Mr. FOOD ORDERI'alm.tiilo

Singlt ;.t cousin of the guest of: Bridge Club Thursday evening. and resourceful man. Mass after spending several j) and Mrs. Rudy. Hvsmt":: 1 TUN A

honor Mi and Mrs. John Bird,: Sept. 6. Mrs. George Phelps, and \\i\i-s Kntert.iined: I months in Keystone at the home ham and Mr. and Mrs J. C Hij;-

Paul, 1 patents are currently inGknirtw i Mrs Alice KeU-hum were second'':{ Thursday evening the Andrew' of her brother and sister-in-law. j ginbotham and daughter acre dinner \ (( ;.luiv.i

,,!. and could not be Tres- high. The next regular meetingwill Class of the First Baptist Chun'h'' Mr. and Mrs. David Nelson. ; guests of Mr and :MiXi: lb Jar

MI' t.n the celebration.Nightrngde I be Sept. 20 at the Woman's of Keystone Heights entertained : Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox and ''I than Starling niutitrttiun'lob in Lawtej Sund,nlonle 7-0Z Can JELLY 5 99c

: Cinle I I Club at 8 o'clock. The Club meets their wives at a steak supper in children have spent this week in Ih 15c :

Tilt.Ighttllgale: Circle of thfI pa/'h Thur.la'ening. the educational building. The men Daytona Beach. To :Mci-t SunhimI'raml; : I'lttutot"* \ (dit'i'
.. III m..n-t t i-
Maxxille Home
1111"111" I '"'III' ll U Clil i''I 1 ,! District lotrrnur msvhes! prepared the steaks Mr and Mrs M. M. Hayes and .
VI I tit ",' .' '., ;\ \ ",i 11',-' i: .I" .o; of the Follow- Maureen and Mary tion Club will meet on Toe11at 1\ l-lb
:.d 1 ::11' rest menu. t tvv daughters, the Maxvilie CIVH Club at l l'a 1"" EAS 2 can 25c
t'he supper, the men held a Jo. of Rockville Md, are visiting .
----- -- -- ----- ------ The demon.lt.ilioniJ:!
1.'i which the wives were Mrs Hayes' sister and family, Mr. m. ,..
r "the kit'ht'll. the work:t I ( 'I nuki-i' ..tn.werOiKE
on \ll Kind Iltity
I i-n: Chasteen. teacher of and Mrs. O. L. t Ducky) Linsin of the home." All l1ll'mbe: t
welcomed them andI and children of Park of the '
'?il&nli I : Tyre responded for thehii Palms Also visiting; the Linsins urged to attend! MiX Pkgs 3c
Mr. and Mrs E D. HU!:mn"ham
1 '' J. Camp presided is Mis. Linsin's arm Mrs. Hayes '
and Leslie Sweatii'<
Meeting. A. G. Loudon. father R. R. Taylor of Rockville. "
Tal'rUl !
: the Jacksonville Nail Ho-i; ic) ,oli
:>i hool Supt., spoke
with Mi 1 1I
and Monday
"njrratulatmg the class Md.Mr*. John Detwe.ler visited i Wilma Sunday Blaikwell. who was 1 "'. 4qc
.,'I the work accomplished her and laughterinlaw W'
week with son '
last wreck near Jack \\1' I :
jured in a car tint! .i Illitriphlt: :
!the! \ear The slate of ofr'I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Det- ,'
sonville Beach Saturday mni: I
i the coming year will weiler, in Orlando. Meanwhile Mr i si.sK'of lb
Mrs Blarkwell, who is a : BANANAS lOc
that the Presi- t !
I r." tine except Detweiler was in Wilmington, Del Swctt ;
John! J. Camp will be re- I '': Mrs. Higgmbotham and I

pi t. ,.,.1 I ty E. L. Bnce The pas-j j j I on Mrs business.Dick Bird. wife of the new seems although to be she getting was seriously along ninh in- J U I G E TOMATOES lb 15C

I Davis.
Malcolm Cole
In Cases Like This. tur.t Iii\ pastor at St. Anne's has been jured.
lave a short inspiring talk. Bradford County I
I' discharged Mr. and 111 s. Hativ 1'a.lgrttand !1

-1-iti-....,..iltv..... lurk 1'l.uirieil Hospital and is reported doing family had as tI t'irmH'1\: i iI I PEACHES lb 10C

ri : Ilev. Thomas Cuttino of the;' j i nicely. guests on Sunday :.11'. and Mi-
1) : First Baptist Church in Quim-y I Dastedo left Sunday. 46-0Z .
O BAD WEATHER i bliss Clifton Carter and family of CI ia i\ 2 25c Tuka! > u r Seedlfvs,
will be the principal speaker at for Gainesville, to enter the University Hill! On Sunday aftetn
O ILLNESS Church Loyalty Week services at of Florida as freshman i i Carter's visited with :'oIl'j l Cans lb
\ ? O AWAY FROM HOME the First Baptist Church Sept :1 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reynolds I: Mrs Bufoid lIigginb.tham an.i i GRAPES 15C

17-21 Services will begin at 7:30 Sr., have returned to Keystone j jI family.

) 14 9 HOLIDAY p. m Those with small children I!i Heights after spending several [ Misses Jo -Vnn Pani-h. Jew r'' lie ular hagPOTATOES

will he pleased to know that the : weeks in their cottage at High-, and Martha Ha'iiind -

9 VACATIONS nursery will be open during the lands, N. C. j ,Higgmbotham Willard Padgett attended the 10.Ib 39C

;, 9 HOUSEHOLD DUTIES services. Friends of Mr. and M--S Allen ':!; |'I itoc-k car rates at the Jaik: m-
Mrs. Catherine I'arlrvMts. Dean were sorry to see them' Saturday night
tile Speedway
1 \1' Catherine Farley, who fora drive away from Keystone Heights :, Mrs Minnie Carter was a timer -- Ann Page Delicious; Prepared!

number of years made her homein last Friday afternoon, followingthe I guests of Mis Ruby Dun ante

Keystone Heights with her departure of the moving van :{ family Sunday and also i visit 20/2-ozCons\

Just Do This: daughter Mrs. Arthur Eeckwith with all their furniture for their ( '1;inj d with Mrs. Dma B 'I d. SPAGHETTI 2 29c'pecial (

passed away last week in Phoenix new home in Baltimore The house : Simeon Phillips who has been

S Flit out deposit ticket, including your name and Arizona, after being' ill for' they occupied, on Lakeview Drive I i i ,:enouslv ill in the Biadfoid Cnunv I

date some time Funeral ser'i'es1'11' will be home to Mr and Mrs :i'i: Hospital in Starke stems to be I
: held Phoenix on Monday morning have been j. '
in ,
George LaBlanc I now \\I' ate
I improving right along Low Price! larch I'lavorful llomestic I t
r Sept 10, with the Rev. Frank at the WbiteI
Endorse all checks: "For Deposit only" in this bonk, h'intemporarily:: I 1 lad to report.
Uihana of AH! Saints Episcopal in j'
Feather Courts since arriving who undei-
"To the account of," then name Mrs. Kyle Cannon ih
your Church in Phoenix officiating Mr. LeBlanc will re-
\vent surgery last Monday\ nightn SWISS;
While living in Keystone Heights : place Mr. Dean as Employee Relations Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville 49c
S Send checks etc. to this bank : St.
Mrs Fa i Icy was a member of StAnne' Supervisor at Humphreys !; is getting along t't'ly. i ,

-; Episcopal Church. Gold Corp. ,,
S Send currency by registered mail :, .V....,.,.. .Irricah Mr and Mrs. H. L. Morgan j 1, The home Rev.from H Higginbotham work Monday ill
and Mrs Don Christoffers came Del :Monte fancy All GreenSPRRGUS;
I Dr returned
j Jr. and family have ]
or Use our Bank-By-Mail forms. i( | We hope he is well by now.
have; a now daughter, Cheryl PaIr from vacation spent with relatives It'nn.anti
fact .
: 1 II A. Sweat of
11. n. horn Tuesday evening and friends in Delaware and i Jaik.sonviHe /5-oz/ Can

Home Banking by mail is Easy at :Si-pt t I. at :;t. Vincent's Hospital New Jersery. |I I II I were"Red"guests Blackwell of Mr of and Mrs Leslie % S ] :c1'I'l'

'n .1 ,n ksonville.Mi On Sunday, Sept. 9. Mrs W. J i Sweat Monday atteinoon

: I' and Mrs. E. V. Whittle are ( Andre went to Lake City to stay|I Mis J. C. Nolan and S'n..lucv

In in mid parents of a daughter. i, with the hildren of her friends. i'visited in Jacksonville Thuisd.iv'

I 1.111.t t (;.'n('. born Wednesdayi Dr. and Mrs. Howell, while they | with Mrs Arthur Wilkinson anti h Tender sfRYER

i i ,i". : r"on. Sept. 5, at 3 o'clock, at I went to a Medical Convention. also little Miss Donna Hi'\ant

FLORIDA BANK at STARKEi( '1 .'*s,: \!':in ent's Hospital in JackomiUe ; Mrs Andre tomorrow.expects to return toKeystone i Mrs. Nolan's niece who Hospital has been Legs & Thighs Ib A Qc / box

ill in St. Vincent's Sib 2.89'uperItighl"
(i \l- uid Mis Jack Haberstrohhive
I of Mr. and
David son Mrs. Earl Motley and\ son. Ronnie -
Member Florida National Group I a granddaughter, whoi ,
Schaeffer. came
Mift George were guests of Mr and Mi-
i .' ,is .1 present on the Haber- Hospital.
I from Bradford County D. J. Parrish Thursday.
"' 1111':< '\17th Wedding Anniver- 6. and is : ""
Thursday morning Sept. that lrs.flbt'
I We are glad :: moped Tender
sat, \ The child is the daughter., reported j to be getting along nicer Harris is better and was able tgo "

though he may have to miss to Jacksonville! Frtdav

1 a month of sihool i iI i G. W Brown came home from SLAB; BACON Perlb
I '
1I / the hospital and was able to goj I 29c

I ..VVVVVIIIIIIIVVIIVI11MAXYILLE back to school last week. !

1, I Mr and Mrs Ernest Wellhausen J

P i were business visitors in Glen St I
Hanquet Quick Frozen Pot PiesBEEF
Mary Saturday afternoon. :
I! I Mr and Mrs C. B. Nolan and

I CAN Mr. and Mrs J C. Higgmbot-j.II Double sons Jacksonville were Birthday business Saturday PartyMr visitors afternoon in'|' CHICKEN! or TURKEY 5 for 99cSuper

I and Mrs Franklin Bell en-
ham and daughter. Mr and Mrs.E. ;,
I D. Higgmbotham and sons and tertained Monday: evening Septa I Right Meat
i( : with a weiner roast and part: '!;
1 Mr. and Mrs Buford Higginbot- ;
I ham and daughter. Merle, were in honor of their son. Wayne, on I FRANKS S 45cJ

I II supper guests of Mr and Mrs I his fourth birthday and daughter d
Frances, on her 12th birthday |
Shmehls daughter Friday -
Lyle and i J
ONE After playing games and roasting !; '
night in Jacksonville. Little ) 'I'It'r"t'li t
: I t\'weiners the -two birthday cakes i
Diane Schmehls returned home SURF i GOLD MEi.tl..hortening .
were cut and served with dunks
the weekend
with them and spent
ROOM with her grandpaients. Mr. andMrs. to about 25 guests. I'lain or Self-Ri.tng/
I '
Party Fnjojed At ('annon t (
Buford Higgmbotham.! SPRY
Misses Shirley Higgmbotham 93c

_: biy OR botham Merle were Merle's and Saturday Elmer boyfriend night Higgin-, Bill entertaining -i] and for a Edith group Copeland of friends entertained at the;,! ('ooking and' I"L'qt. FL F LOU R I

1""rr Burchett from Boston, Mass. | home of Mr and Mrs Earl Can- MAZOLAI'or 57c
non on Friday night. Aug. 31 i
who i; down for a few days en- ] Ked
Heart .
1 .tI I About 30 people enjoyed game;
I route to Tampa. j )
YOUR Mr. and Mrs Lyle Schmehls of and refreshments : DOG FOOD 2 for 25c r LB
Mr and Mrs. J. C Nolan and 1 0 95cALL ,
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs m'1'
ad family were business visitors nt
td James Waters and family of Law- i r
Jacksonville Saturday and Bag
ENTIRE tey visited with )[r. and Mrs Bu- Monday.Mr : 35c

>c. I ford Higginbotham and family( of'Lawtey
and Mrs. Owen Anders
<>/ DelcrgcntVEL
Saturday night. ':
of Mi' and
were guests
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Padgett' Liquid 69c
HOUSE :Mrs Leslie Sweat and fin.ilvi(I
are the proud parents of a babyygirl '
Sunday: afternoon. )Iet..
which was born last week .rl.otRINSO
I Ij Junior Mosley and G. Jlid- ,
the Bradford County Hospital.
I '! 33c
( yette have been participating in'the
I j Mrs. DorothyKilgore.. Mrs. AI- :, I
WITH being
stock car races which are -
I I jbeitine Thomas and Mrs Rosalie Slip Label
held each Saturday night
1 Nolan represented the Maxvilie, KAYO
I 25c -
the Jacksonville Speedway. J
PTA at the Duval County PTA j
Miss Annette Higgmbotham of
s meeting which was held last ,
AREA HEATIt Jacksonville spent the weekend BOSCO 59c
: Thursday. Sept 6. at the Scottish: :
with Mr and Mrs Doss Hipgin-! : /
Rites Temple in Jacksonville. Both botham and family. ( hit I ken Of The **A Tuna Jane Parker Chl''ry '
state and district officers par- '
Mr. and Mrs. Doss ILgginbot- FISH 29c S
costs you less in to heat home with Dearborn feipated at the event and classes | i /
every way your Area Heat. If ham visited in Jacksonville Saturday -

you haven't heard about Dearborn Area Heat. come in and let us tell I were also held for the instruction and brought:: their daughter Butter '
you : of local officers. PIE S Snil'll.
about it. you'll save money! :i Hirthol.y.uppt'r: June home from a wE'k''isit BEANS''n 2 for 39c
with Mr. and )[r.=. George John!
The family of Doss Higginbot- .
... !
son. I y. !'rillPnPOTATOES
ham entertained on Saturday

Enjoy The Finest Heat You Ever Owned night. Sept. S, with a birthday!i CAKD OP TH\NK;. 3 for 39c 8-lnch

supper honoring him on his birth-!I 1 43c

day. anmversair. After the I We wish to express our thank, '

From supper a birthday cake made and appreciation; to earn an! Each

SLADE GAS CO. by his daughter Mrs. Dorothy!i everyone who was so k.s'l: 'n uin j "
r r r tw
Kilgore. containing 60 candles I the recent loss of (1'1; ; ..\', ; I

was cut and served About 35 one Alex L Barnes {
wr w -' w. w .w "\
_ Next Door To Winn Dixie: Phone 121 guests enjoyed this occasion with - ... _____ .IWI ,
the honoree. TilE RIGHT POINT for the 412 Call St. --

! STAKKE FLORIDA IJafij Home way you write. Come In and select Starke Fla.

, I Mr and Mrs Charles: Home announce jour fatont ESTEKBUQOK I ... -- .'-"'- : -"' : :. --!. ,--_... ._ .--- :. _-_:- .:--" ::: ,'.-
. the arrival of a 6 lb. 11 Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. ,. -

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T Elementary PTA I' tl.lDXY. ".F.ITKMBKK: II. l'V'! ; .

'Has Supper Meeting .. Rehearsal Supper Patricia Wainwright. \Vm. I,

I : : T: To Jacquelin j! : S. For Grider-Parker Lafayette Durban j

Open SeasonThe j cT ; edding Party Exchange Vows In Lawtey :Methodist; Church

Stake Elementary PTA be- I If
fan ts new jvar: at a covered-dish; : M!. J.uq.ielin Parker and II
vipper I k. "'., II f
meeting Tuesday evening J ''n Ciuier were honored at
I. Gladys! Mooty in the Cafetonum with 110 parent; :And I :i II"\ tbuffet:: supper party I

Phone 35 and teachers present. ,i I T'.s.u\: J:. : evening of last week

-_- -st=_ = Mis. A. X. Holiday preside:II i I '\ : bv: MiSs. A. R. Norman ,. I
snpsssrrrsrasssss.as ssflpsss over the meeting. Mrs. R. S. ful.Kenneth :\1' IT.. Xolm. Mrs. J. P.: ,' i.

Marianne Sargent Weds Kaspar T DuncanIn Ins piesented the association with Ii.!i;. I 'r' I R: : "J: !tMis: Kate Sheppard and .

.i gavel. Mrs. J. Wainwrisht,'I J \r: E.Hi Hart at the home of P j : "' .

First Methodist Church, West Point, Ga. irembership chairman, announced I ; Grider ) I'S., 'I on E. Call Street. The .J

that the room with the highest ii I: .., .\ .i.- held! following the wed-: 4. -

percentage of paid members by1:: I; rlll":' thrui.sal of the honored

Xov. 1 will receive a record play- Are United 'i''." I .".;t'' .
cr. \ ]iik and
;P white color motif

Mrs. C. R. Tillman, finance I !, w.i> .itti.u! I .tnelv carried out in j,: .';
chairman, asked for suggestionsand In 1 First \ \ t the iior.il: : arrangements of gladio- ,

1 :\ help on the Halloween carni-! ,1 f ii iml pompoms placed at points

1 val which will be held Oct. 31. J. j '\ 01! intetest throughout the party I'

7kif :'B. Dick asked for help to pur- Baptisttj .III looms. An aitistu- long arrangements \.

_! chase uniforms for the midget j I -c % t. l of the same blossoms centered -!

football team which has boys in I : ----- ; 41I \. t I the buffet table. .... \'

| age ranging from 11 to 14. The : Church t I,| Among the 20 guests attending "

l'T.will equip: one player but j 'f Wei.- members of the wedding .
. / more financial help will be needed : [t i I I parT the immediate families and !
; Ceremony II oiit-ni-town guests. '" .
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Mrs. P. T. Xolin's and Mrs. A. :, ,' 25 '1 S ....

: ,ifi. Xorman's rooms tied for the' -,; 4' Youth Group Honors ; 1 1

( room count prize. j 1 i "f i. 1.1'4 \ Miss Frances Caldwell .

v. j Mrs. Kate Sheppard. in charge:: s, A AThe

.." <-f the program, presented P. T.Noun i l' : ,. \,, With Surprise Shower .
t'l ; fiI _
't : of the I '($ :
I principal Elementary
School who introduced the new I r : )k f\ i: Miss Frances Oaluwell. whose Patricia marriage of Miss Mable, I The btidegroom's mothfi sled .'
marriage to Joseph Belihe Wainwright, only dau fl-.
will a
teachers. Xolin also gave a talk ] lit' ter of Mr. navy blue diess and :":. ,
on the new reading program which!' an event (if Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Henry C'. accessories. Her ,oisajt w .i-

( is in use this year and stated that I I'I Sept 16. at 4 o'clock in the State Wainwright of Lawtey, am 3'an:I <'rehid.Guests !.
I II :
l two techers will work with slow Farm Community Club House. wasth ; William Lafayette Durban son 01 I fi| ueregieeted
.it !tii:It
I reader ; I I inspiration for a delightful suiI hand Mrs. Edward \\'. Durban / by Mis. O. J. Boyette t the !>
I prise kitchen shower given the also of Lawtey. was solemnized at: I
t by groom's sister
The who .
I following committee chairmen 5 o'clock showedwedding I :...
Presbyterian Youth ; Sunday afternoon. .
Fellowship I Aug I
were appointed: Home Room, grilLs on display ...
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19. in
-- =: members at the home of Mrs. Methodist Church
.::'Mrs. H. H. Adams; Hospitality! .. -- : .. R.: 'adjoining room. Miss Eliza: "' .
J: .G. Paterson Lawtey. The Rev.
on Thursday Troy M. Wake
<.c.-.; Mrs. Vernon Silcox; Program. Mrs, !i evening. : Ann Tatum kept the brides b.-k.
.':"!"'" ; ,. ,f. i .;.-.",.,, C.t''_''I''U'- ......3.', .H"".'.,',''"'U''lIL'-nau__._..:__'j i I Miss Ja: ( ( IU.IO; Anf'ckiT iiili./ .i moii-" skirt of satin and I Aug. 30. Mrs. Paterson. adult adviser ,field pastor of the chun-h. offi- The bride's table was

i .. -" -.-'.' I Mrs.: K. L. Matthews; Spiritual/' 1 daughter of Mr .mil Mi .J"I < j k I i i'i- tfi'inn.ited, into ,i chapel];I for the Youth Fellowship.: : ciated at the double ring cere- with an imported cutwork over( ..i. !
J. Parker of Staike b.iamtthe, t dam Her was afiisted in entertaining by irony. .
Mrs. R. S. Mullins Publicity Mrs tip'eiJ of imported three-tiered
In a beautiful ceremony takimplace yoke was outlined! with pearl I Harry Mooty: Membership; Mrs j! bride of Kenneth C. G rider. son] illusion was held in place]i,Mrs. David Montgomery. A program of nuptial rou!'ic'': topped with a replica wedding of the cake hi \\--t:
in the Firft Methodist sequins, and the 'of H Grider f 1 Miss Caldwell was presented, was presented by Mrs. Mae :.Je *
long sleeves extended R. Wainwright; and Finance Mr. and Mrs. R. 0: by a satin cap decorated with! Wells bouquet and was cut and
Church of West Point Ga. on to points over the hands. C. R. Tillman. Starke, in an impressive ceiemonyj seed pearls and iridescent with an appropriate corsage of pianist and Miss Barbara Matchett tMrs.L i G.V.. st-nvi i./
Sunday Sept. 2, Miss Marianne The bodice //J. ; se-j!grapes, carrots and other ,- 'of Hampton, cousin of ; Roberts and! M. ,
was closed down the I Friday evening, Sept. 7, at !! '! She carried a white prayer egeta.I bridegroom !{ Wendel Rhoden
argent daughter of Mr. and Mrs back and at the wrist with tiny o'clock in the First Baptist book topped with two purple | bes.! attached to a lettuce leaf. 'sang0 Promise Me." "A Love the bride. of Ocala. au:-' ,,.'

James Arnold Sargent of West t self-covered buttons. A deep ruffle High School PTA Church. Rev. Lewis D. Haines; throated orchids with sprays of r During the evening a guessing. Dream." and "The Lord's Piayer." ,
Point became the bride of Kaspar of tulle game was enjoyed. /The traditional Presiding at the punt h ....\ i
was gathered around the Will Meet Tuesday pastor of the church officiated I i i white satin ribbons tied with' : wedding marches; i were
j Mrs.
Theis Duncan, son of Mr. and I bottom of the full flowing skirt ,' at the candlelight double-ring; stefanotis. Her only ornament The honoree wag presented with11, '!were used. P..aymondVIliijr*

:Mrs. Kaspar Green Duncan of and extended the length of the i In School Cafeteria II Il I I service. was a single strand of pearls, a 1 a large clothes basket of useful[ !' Arrangements:: of white glad-1'I Glen sister of the bridegroom.and Mi s

Starke. The Rev. R. P. Segars, cathedral train. Her fingertipveil I I Highlighting altar of the gift from the gi-oom. giftr from the members of the: ioli: and pompoms against a''and Shuford. Assisting in seii-nt:

minister of the church, officiated I of illusion fell from a crown "Who will teach your child-: sanctuary were pedestal basketsof Mis. Parker selected for her Fellowship and the group was'i; background of fern were used in'' : caring for the guests 'a .'i..

at the double ring ceremony per. of illusion leaves and tiny pearl i This is the challenge beinsjij|i white gladioli chrysanthemums daughter's wedding a gown of amused by the reading of the:' decorating the church. White tap-{| Mrs. Hubert: Priest. Miss Cui i'I

formed at 4 o'clock in the after. clusters. She earned a white made to paients of BUS students'' and pompoms against a, i pink lace over taffeta. She wore comments which the honoree and I 11,: 'ers in candelabra softly lighted I I I Barrow of Waycross.Ga, and M. ,
noon. satin-covered pray er book topped by High School PTA officials in 1 background of palms. Lightedwhite I a corsage of orchids. 'ethers! had made while the gIfts'were ; the setting Judy Wainwright of Jacksonv;fi
A program of nuptial music with a white orchid and stephanotis -.. extending an invitation to come tapers in branch.! ('an. Mrs. Grider was attire i in a !; being opened. i iI Floyd J. Fut<-h served as best: i Later in the evening the couple!
was out Tuesday night 18, and i I A personal gift was also man left on a wedding trip to Lookout
prercnted by Mrs Aldine showered with white satin Sept. | 'delabra. cast a soft glow over'i blue lace gown with white accessories -i 1 given ( for the bridegroom. Ushers' :
Johnson thurch organist. andMiss I ribbon tied in lovers knots and meet the 11 new high school'!j'the beautiful setting. Nuptial.I and she also wore an' to Miss Margaret Duncan, pianist 'were Glen Shuford. Clyde Wain-. Mountain Tenn. For traveling th.>

Rameth Richard of Iron illusion bows. Her only ornamentwas teachers. The meeting will be held : music was rendel ell. before the orchid corsage. for the Fellowship, who left Tues- wright Albert Hazen of Starke. bride chose a mauve pink slu-aM:

Station, N. C., vocalist who sang a single strand of pearls, in the high school cafeteria at ,: ceremony, by Miss Joan Furlongat Following the wedding a nay for Stephens College in Colum- ;( and Jack Wainwright of Jessup., dress with matching jacket and!
-1 Love 7:30: o'dock. reception ;bia. Mo. >'Ga. white accesories.
Thee, and "UnliL"The given to her ty: the bridegroom. the organ and Miss Sylvia i was held in the Parish Her corsage was
wedding party assembled j and which his father presented Beet'her W. Payne, new high VedI House 1 Miss Caldwell was ass ftant 1 Miss of white orchids.
\ Church
Paulk sang "Because" and on Stieet? wher' Jacqueline Harley
before I to school principal, will discuss the, adult adviser for the a cous1 The bride and
an altar beautifully arranged his mother on their wedding of Fellowship t in of the t-ridegrooir :TV
I bouquets white bride
ding Prayer. gladioli. ,
chiys- was
maid of hon-
with white flowers and I I'day. s('hool program and will introduce| anthemums and ,during the past year.Mrs. ,or. She graduates of Bradford H.L"i:
green foliage. new teachers. i i The bride who was given illmarriage palms formed the J. G. Caldwell and Mrs wore a waltz length dress ;> School. Mr Durban
interspersed with I The bride's mother wore a E'ffertidecorations.. The bride'stable 1 ,1 of sky blue recentlyi.1.-'
her father, chose crystallette
A the by T. A. Yawn. mother and onr.taffota pleted four
multi-branched candelabra holding report on newly organized -, sister ofthe years in the Air F..M e
dress of coffee-beise Chantillylace :Miss Sandra Jones as her maid I was lovely with a white | burning white tapers which cant I Bradford County Recreational satin bride-to-be and Mrs. Charles fitted attended the University of Floini, i
a soft glow over- the church; I I with matching hat and Committee will be given by E. L. of honor. Bridesmaids were the with and 'lace cloth <'enteied t A1 wood of the State Farm were bodice and scooped neckline. i l for one :year. He is now empl.\.i.
three The
I a tiered bouffant
accessories. Her Matthews, chairman. '| Misses Lucille Green and Bobbie wedding cake among the 25; guests at skirt was worn over 'With the Securitv'i"ion, .....
sanctuary. A massive arrangement i corsage was a present nf.._ (, I
1. [ Jean Oakes. Miss Jones' gown of The decorated cake was surrounded | j hoops and Wlor _QAi4ni_ ... .....: Mrs.
of all-white gladioli, chrysanthemums white orchid. Robert Chapman, PTA I this delightful affair. -- H .u au i1 Field.
I president, will petal pink nylon tulle over taffeta by fern interspersed with bustle bow. Her mittens and
preside. Among the
and out-of-town
pompom Fuji
mums rested on the choir rail to I The bridegroom's mother worea was fashioned on identical I gladioli flocets. Balancing thearrangement j Lynell Dodd To Wed bandeau were of matching material. ;at the wedding and reception guest w ereMrs. -

form the focal point of the wed ; dress of blue silk cotton frimjmed Circle Four WSCS !II 1 bridesmaids.lines to the The pink becoming dresses: of gowns the branched silver were candelabra two three-holding John Sapp In Home .matching She carried pink a nosegay carnations.bouquetof Annie Curlee Mrs. Doroth-

ding tableau. in matching lace, with :Martz and daughter, Car..1.1

Gary Enms of Atlanta stood I Iwith 'I matching accessories. Her corsage I Circle 4 of the First Methodist 'j 1! featured skirts.tight They bodices carried and nosegays bouffant -- The burning wedding white cake tapers.was served'Ceremony In October Betty The Gaskins bridesmaids and Miss were Miss and Mrs. R. I... Joiner Jr., M-I 1 ;-

the bridegroom his best WSCS met Monday night at the Mary Ann Judy Wainwright, Mr. and Mr-;
as ; was also a while orchid. 1 and white by Mrs. S. G. Denmark and Mrs. Motes whose
man. and ushers were Dennis A. I home of Mrs. C. R. Bradford with of pink roses Tyler Jones. Presiding at the dresses were designed Raymond Williams, O. P. [c'uI.;\ "':

Childs of Auburn brother-in-law;.., Mr. and Mrs. Sargent entertained 13 members present. Mrs. W. B daisy pompoms. punch bowl were Misses Maxine attendant identically to that of the honor and family J. T. McCullev a" i
at a leception in the church Thompson. chairman. I' Merle Grider of Fernandina I in lighter shades of family. Bob
of the bride Walt Owens of Pen- program Andrews and Patricia I'ellum! blue. Ciirlee. Mr. and :M--!
facola. Frank Chambers of Birmingham -Ii!j parlor following the wedding cere- outlined the work of the Sunday i:served his brother as best man. and assisting in serving were .i They also carried nosegayarrangements Frank' Sweat. Mr. and Mrs R.i- ,
j mony. The bride's tableyas covered School teachers in the Ushers were William Pat ray : of pink carnations. Johns all
Ala., Ted liuncan of'' primary Misses Carol )[cRae, Linda Mc- The of Jacksonville; Mr .r:;.1 l
Gainesville, Frank Fort of Jones- with a cloth of white satin and department. 1'' Joe Andrews. III. S. G. Denmark.and Rae and Pamela Parker. The bride entered the church on Mrs. Wendel Rhoden and s, .;

boro, Ga.. an,11l! Murray of, net, anti the tiered wedding cake A bake sale was planned for( Don Patray. all of Starke bride's book was kept by Mi"" .- her the arm in of her father who gave :David. Ocala; Mis. Maty R.-

Atlanta. 'was encircUijJ by ruffled tulle, valley Sept. 15 in front of Baiksdale's ,,' A lovely white bridal satin Josie Maze. marriage. Her ballerinalengt i and daughter. El-zabeth. Mi 't-'.!

The bride hose her sister. Mrs lilies and satin ribbons.! Centering starting at 10:15: a.m. and appliqued lace gown wa. After spending some time with .. Ii wedding gown was of :Mrs. Leroy Williams of Green Cv.'#

Dennis A. Childs) of Auburn as !! the table was a candelabrum Refreshments were served at :a chosen bthe bride for her their guests the bride and groom tulle and white Chantilly lace in Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Thorn.

matron of honor. Bridesmaids : with an epergnette holding a candle-lit table, centered with an wedding. The satin bodice featured left for a week's wedding trip to a rose design. worn over bridal 'Geoghagan and daughter Ch j' -

were Miss Margaret Duncan oC.tarkt' :. pyramid arrangement of white arrangement of roses. Mrs. Bradford a Peter Pan collar and South Florida. The bride those I>, satin. The molded princess bodice,, lotte of Bostwick; T. L. and.Sh.-
I|I cascading carnations and assisted in serving bv the long lace sleeves tapered had a portrait neckline of
was ley
sister of the groom. Miss pom traveling a slate blue shantung scallop- Williams \\ iliston. S. C.: Mi.-!
J.a'iniWhatley: of Gainesville poms. Mis W. J. Hancock. I to points over the V! ots. The suit with Navy blue ac.-es- j pit hand clipped lace. The long; O. J Boyette and daughter. Dor-

Ga., Miss Ellen Sewell of Atlanta. /i The table from which pumh was I sories complimented with an | sleeves her tapered into points over'I jna.' Lake CityV.; L. McCullev!! .
Miss Danner Lanier of Shawmut served was oveilaid with a white frchid corsage. j" I wrists. and the bouffant skirt Tampa; Mrs Pat [edlin. Gam. --
I1 featured
Ala., Miss Elna Sue Peavy of satin cloth over which was posed i The bride and groom are gradu- '- .a French apron effect ville; Beveilv Newmans. Dayton t'
Tucker. G..., and Mrs. William H. a hand-crocheted cloth made by i ates of Bradford High School andMr I oi ime m iront and back. Her ,Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Dinkins .Jr

Borders, Jr. .of Panama City. the bride's maternal grandmother. 1 : : Grider also attended the waist-length veil of illusion was St. Augustine; Mrs J. L. W-:!

The attendants were gowned The two punch bowU were encircled University: of Florida and served e< ured to a tiara of pearls, and '. liams. W R. Williams Mrs Ru'h:I

identically in ballerina length i:I[ with plumosus fern and two years in the U. S. Army he wore a necklace of pearls. Her ;
dresses of blue crystallette designed -(!i garlands of white pompoms. II He is now assistant manasrer of. ,, cas,'ade bouquet was of white orchids -,,, Matchett, all of Hampton; Mr and

with fitted bodice featuring -. In_n the OU_ _latp no. _aftprnonn___u___., .Mr.... !.nd.. Yes, it's that time again folks )j, sociated with Starke Radio & Denmark's Furniture Store.At Mr and Mrs W J Dodd Jr of surrounded by lilies of the I Mrs. A. A. Wainwright, Keystone
a drape neckline and three- :: Mrs. Duncan left for a wedding first football game of the season .. I I TV Red and Wilma Emanuel present they are living atDenmark's Starke have announced the en- valley satin and carnations with white I Heights; Mrs. Joyce Williams.

quarter length sleeves. The long trip to Little Switzeiland N. C. this Saturday night with i and son, Billy, and Dave Long cottage on Kingsley! gagement and approaching mar- streamers. j Melrose; Mrs. Alice Langford. M

torso ended in points over the The bride traveled in an ensembleof Macclenny on the home field I t spent two days last week fishing Lake. riage of their daughter Miss Ly-' Following the ceremony, a reception A. Langford, Miss Rebecca Mod-

full flared skirt. They wore gray cotton and silk with and the little cool snap we had I I at Beacon 42 Xelle Andrews Out-of-town guests at the wedding : nell Dodd to John B. Sapp son of; was held at the home of delmogr. and Mr and Mrs. C A

matching shoes, and dainty matching) lace trim. She wpre this week puts us right in the underwent surgery in St. Vinent's -, and reception were Mr. and I''i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp, also of j, the bride's parents. Guests; were I Roberts, all of Lake Butler; Mr
feather head-pieces. Their cascade :Mrs.V.: B. Exley and Mrs. James received by the bride's mother. and Mrs.
mood bit of
an orchid corsage. for a pigskin pushing (' Hospital Wednesday of last Starke. j Jay Boyette Valdosta.
bouquets were fashioned of Better I Upon their return they will Better be sure to see this one,, week and is expected home this Barnhart and daughter of Jacksonville I Miss Dodd is a graduate of Bradford -! who made wore a dress of blue taffeta Ga.: Jack Wainwright. Jessup

Times carnations dotted with illusion -I be at home at 118 Church Street. because there isn't another home weekend Sorry to hear that Mr. and Mrs. Kemp ofi High School, class of 1956. ; with a tucked bodice and I Ga.; Miss Carol Barrow Wa-

and cerise satin leaves in 'Decatur, Ga. game scheduled until Oct. 5. Maggie Douglas of Blakely Ga. i Keystone Heights and Mrs. A. L and is now employed at the Duval ,i (pored .skirt. Her corsage was an cross. Ga: Mrs Daisy Lipham and

matching tones. The bride You've heard of bicycles built aunt of Xed Yancey. who was j Brown of Richmond, Va., aunt of Jewelry Co. in Jacksonville as a |I i I orchidI ( Joyce Lipham, Dade City.
graduated from the
Marrie Scroggs of West Point West Point for two well. now it seems here on a weekend visit, fell in ; the bride.Benefit. I secretary in the advertising de
high school and will
was the flower gal and wore a !I they're building 'em for four I their TV room Sunday night and. pal tment. .
i be a senior at Agnes Scott Col- I
drerij which was a miniature of!:! Decatur at least. I spotted :Marian: Ritch L broke her wrist She'll remain J Dinner j I Mr. Sapp is also a graduate
lege. Ga. -
this fall. She -
the ones worn by the bridesmaids. I Mrs. T. G. > pedal- i of Bradford of : '
( providing with the Yanceys for several High School. class ,
She wore a dainty bridal hat and II i I has served on the news staff and power for a kind of family bi weeks Bill Adams is mourning J Planned By St. ; 1953. and is now employed at >: : COME ONE COME ALL
art editor of
carried a basket of pastel pink]I 93 the college an cycle-bus the other day Baby the loss of( his little black J Mark's AuxiliaryA Hercules Powder Co.
I !
satin and illusion filled with car nual.The Dick was riding cozily in a basket puppy with a red collar Surely The wedding will be an event :

nations in matching: tones I II bridegroom is a graduateof on the handle bars, while Jan 1 j; would like to have him back : benefit tut key dinner of Sunday Oct. 12, at 8:30: p. m I

The bride, given in marriage Bradford High School and and Tom (being taken to kindergarten Hear that Hollis Knight Jr. ,planned for Thursday, Oct. was IS: in the home of the bride-elect. i

by her father, was radiant in her i! Emory Univerrtty, Atlanta Ga., ) were perched on a spe-I| who has spent the past two years j jI from 5:30: to 7:30: o'clock at the

wedding gown of white Chantilly : where he was a member of Beta cially-built seat between Marian I in Japan with the 7th Cavalry is September meeting of St. Mark's: Little Women Plan

lace. The close-fitted! bodice was Theta Pi fraternity. He is presently -, and Dick If anyone is inter- getting a discharge this week and i Chapter of St. Mark's Women's; Season ActivitiesThe I

designed with a yoctif illusion serving in the U. S. Army!jested in educing, Marian says 1 will return home soon Melissa i Auxiliary held
I eveningin
over scallops of Ianm>-h form-( and i-s stationed at Ft. McPherson !i that's the wayMayor Stallings of Waldo gave a'' !
the Parish House. first fall meeting of the Little -
eu the sweetheart -i-','klmi- The Atlanta. 1 Jackson and a '
in Bill party and buffet
j surprise biithday party -
I :Mrs.: Stanley Noegel, leader I Women's Club was held Tuesday -I
of friends dodged the politicians', ) supper for Jackie Colley last
presided over the routine business; night in the Woman's Club I
went out in I i|: .
election day They Saturday night Ten girls enjoyed meeting. and the president. Miss Nancy
the Gulf. off Steinhatchee, andj 1 i, this event Carol Ann Refreshments Bates. the EAT FRESH
PINE SEED NEEDEDContainer were served by appointed following ;
with around 600' !h
came home Pickett was hostess at a supper the hostesses. Mrs Stanley Noe committee chairmen: Program ,

pounds of fish Accompanying' slumber-and-farewell party Sunday gel and [r"attle Gahagan Miss Sylvia Paulk; Soc ial, Miss
the Mayor were Blake Jackson i night for Jackie, who has en- Etesa Stefanelli
Corporation of America is now bujini sla-h : Sergeantatarms -
; Mane and Jimmy Sullivan. Odell'and I ; roiled at FSU this fall Linda Miss Pat Hobbs.It .

and loblolly pine tones for the purpose of extracting: Cranford Warren Rev. and' '! ]Futeh celebrated her 4th birthday was decided to meet the ser- FISH SUPPERTONIGHT
Williams and several I I
Mrs Lemuel
anniversary Saturday a oral and fourth Tuesday nights of
M'ttl. lends from Gainesville weiner roast for a few friends each month the first meeting to

Bud Lawson has entered Jones ;i Kitty and Maxie Carter, Madge he devoted to business, while the

The price for >otl. Business College in Jax Sanj i j and Jim Chasteen Selita and D serond meeting would be a program -
s( healthy unopened cones i N S1.2.J::!:
dra Jones left Monday for Brenau i L. Thomas. Clayton and Joan or social. All member Wf-rr- FRIDAY

per bushel in t the field, and $1..>0 per bu!.hel deli\ered College in Gainesville Ga. i Strickland Everett M.Kinney ur2'etl,. tn .nay. S7 dues as soon rcI SEPT. 14

Hear that Pauline Gay. employed and Connie Knight went shrimping The: B' :U' ,!"i! t 'Im' y Hospital J I possible.The .

to the :StaikeVoodard.. P l 'm'nt will be made in ''by an insurance company in Jax.t t on the St. Johns River last Friday ,,:H'Jn :I. :' -..'nuns births: new club members volunteered -

and staying at the YWCA thre'' rugh *' and anjoyed a shrimp- Mi :iH'i I M'-s! James Leon Taylor to make souvenirs to sell '
cah The conesill be purchased until about the first t tIf '
: was recently elected president of. l boiling AT LAWTEY
Sunday night at the Carter of Stake ,t sn Daud Alton. Sept. at the football games. using the
( October.FOK( |, the Y Anna Ruth Crosby starti' i place on Kingsley Marian 5. school colors of scarlet and grayin

| ed working for the Prudentia ;and Tommy Bitch are in their Mr and Mrs. Preston Padgett of the materials.

Life in Jacksonville Monday i new home at 1372 Blanding St Maxville. a daughter,.Edith Marie, The club sponsor. Mrs C. ..7Houpt
( rnmiKK: INFORMATION) H.EASKCONTRACT Sgt. Tommy Harding landed Sun-j i in Saratoga Heights Other Mr. and Mrs. Warren Flody welcomed ail new members -

: day in New Jersey where he received -, i new addresses are: J.V.. Starling Ebling. Camp Elanding. a daughter. and asked for full cooperationto
his discharge this weex i ] to 437 E. Call WaIter Dinners : Sandra. Sept. S. help make the new cub! year ALL YOU

TYLER JONES and will return home soon j i iNote to 1417 W. Pratt C. Y Sgt. and Mrs S. L. Hinkle an outstanding success. CAN EAT

: from Maybelle and L. K i iI Copeland to 402 South St., and announce the birth of a daughter,
i I Whitehead ,of Bartow. former I Johns Wallace Powell to 1923 \VSCS NoticeThe
IJHOOKKU IOU PHONE 411-J OK ,Debbie Jo born Sept. 7. at the BENEFIT
I Starke residents that they aremoving 1 Bradford in Saratoga Heights Naval Hospital Quar.tico"a

I WAYNE HAIXES. 210 ADKINS ST STARKE | back here within the next !II That's all for now See you Mrs. Hinkle is the former Rita of the business Methodist and program WSCS will meeting beheld LAWTEY LIONS

| ten days' i 1
Monday afternoon at 3 30
Gilbert CoMu.re ..
:1" -\ :is- Cau.n!
: R M.Her
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I I 1 j Ii I Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay were. Mission Activities Eddy Duchin StoryAt j Volunteers Needed Ernest McLeod
visiting In Alachua on Sunday.Mrs Firemen To Hold

Fred Francis of Fort Myis 'Told HeilbronnVSCS For Hospital orki

is spending two weeks with Florida Blends i, Dies; Rites Held

Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mr. and Members of the HeilbiinnW.T : .\ request for \ ";untt't'l- !" .1 ii'j

\II s. L. U. Alvarez.! On Sunday. S. met at the Chun h last Suffering, Music .n ;the i.'tang| ,.t helple.---- iMtn..,/ : Training Program KIIV.I-: .-t'.1! ii <-.- : : '

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dennis of Friday night to observe a Season :anti in general Xurses' Aid wor'r I H.niMi. Lei id. T.:.. u "-: :l.' : '

THE NEWS Fort White were also visitingMrs. of Prayer for State Missions. "The Eddy Din hin Story." opening i was issued by Hospital Admin.- Here Next \Week\' :: :W p. m. Thutsdav ;r. t:., I'i :-

Priest and Mr. and Mrs. Al- ', Mrs. R. L. Morgan gave the Sunday at the Florida Theatre.i trator R. E Edmondson I..-:; nile Church of I''n); .-t near !.ik<

varez. devotional followed by the reading I Thursday at the first fall .
Butler ,
is a blending of sutienng. pas- nice: with Ha-.i: i D()-.\I\! '
t and Mrs. D. A. Mullis and 1 of the Calendar for i ing of' the
Mr. Prayer Bradford
i County Hos
fii-iating. Burial toWt'11:: .
i sion and pain and music. The f.: .1 {.itu--:: ,! St.trkt- H: : .t
Mi MIC Everett Baker of Mi MisV L. returned home last Friday -State Missions and pital
ana ini Edwaidsin children prayer by Auxiliary Board of Direr' and \ei.il family] plot in Douglas Cesiiftt-i .
Tyrone Power portrays the > -uiio; imhi.i! ; i (immunities -
Detroit were guests last week ut ,Jackson weie weekend after spending a month in :Mrs. Morris Carter. tors. Mr. McLeod.
gifted musician who becomes the will undergo a 1t'.11I"1'! traint a retired facile
Mr and Mrs Owen Vaughan of guests; 01 Mis W. H. vacation and busi- I I
I Struth and : Pensacola on Mrs. Harvey McCarthy outlined toast of Manhattan with his. keyboard I Edmondson also announced that; ing program next week doming: died at his home near Lake B-;
Starke I Miss Kate Struth. ness. mission activities in the state : the hospital staff is ]her Sunday evening. He \\: !Unr
talent and unaffected man- typing blood i I which they will try out fire fighting a> I
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin Mrs. John Carlson has returnedto before several short for the blood in Union .. ,
Mrs A Z Adkins returned tone presenting ners. Kim N'ovack stars as Marjorie -] new bank and sug methods and equipment on a< t- County Feb. ;>. ls> ;{ .t- :
> home on N. Walnut Street spent the weekend in Ocala visiting : her home in Moline, Ill. after' plays bearing the theme "That Oelrichs, the girl of his! gested that members. of the, ual fires. had lived there all his life.
her mother, Mrs. Lola John- two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs All Be One." The characterswere auxiliary
the sum- May may have their Survivors
Monday after spending dreams who became his wife and blood' Starke fire chief D. W. include his tuft ..

mel at her summer home on son.Mr. Ed Preatt. Mrs. R. L. :Morgan Mrs. \i;! died shortly after giving birth to: typed any week day afternoon 1 ter said Bob Bair an instructor Carpen- son Hayward E. McLeod of L.I.-

Kingsley] Lake. She was joined on I and Mrs. Mike Gassett and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns were Morris Carter, Mrs. Harvey Mc a son. between 1:30: and :2:30.: from the Florida State Fire go: a stepson. Wmford E 11(1'1': i
Mrs. John Sarah Gassett of Skipperville.) in Tallahassee Wednesday where j Carthy Mrs. Ernie Johns, Mrs.1: College las of
Saturday by her sister | The film reveals Duchin's years! Auxiliary members made arrangements in Ocala will be Waycross, Ga : .1 stri; -
I hand
the Ala. spent last week with Mr. and entered their daughter, Lin- Tate Crosby, Mrs. Bill Green, and on tosupervise
Love Wilkes, who has spent they of despair after his wife's death to sell items such as the daughter. Mrs. Lorene )lathl...-

summer in Jacksonville.Mr I I Mrs. M. L. Johns Sr. | da in FSU. Miss Mary Lee Batton. and the efforts to overcome the! toothpaste and combs to patients will be held each training.night. Classes of Beecher.., two brothers. !:..- j

and Mrs. H G. Merow of 1 I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mis. Joe Wilson visiting Col .' Mrs. Deloris Carmichael gave':'' barrier between father and son. Mrs. J. M. Smith, auxiliary The firemen will highlight the sie McLeod of Largo, anti O.-. .-

j, had as Saturday H. C. Wall in St. Augustine the closing treasurer McLeod of Bristol Conn., !
Tampa were weekend guests of I, evening supper and Mrs. prayer. The "Eddy Duchin Story" in- reported that the organization week's activities by an.l.

Mr and Mrs Merrill Edwards. | guests at Kingsley Lake Mr. and for two weeks. Regular W. I.S. business meeting eludes about 20 great tunes recorded ; now has 56 active 1 actual fire the chief said.fighting This demonstration an brother. Zedra McLeod of J.uk-; l

Miss Dale Pierson of Fayetteville -:i Mrs Tate Powell of Macclenny | Mrs. N. P. Rosier Jr. spent the will be held Friday night at. on the sound track by Car- members. The next meE'tinghas is to be sonville. and a half sister M-: i l
and Mr. and Mrs. Rae : Mr. and Mrs. C'It. members been sot for the expected held Iva Rahn of Jacksonville!
N. C. was visiting Vivian Weimer; weekend with 7:30 at the Church. All men Cavallaro. The tunes range first Thursday" at the end of the week's I

Garcia of Camp Blanding several I'and family and Mr. and Mrs :' Dittmar in Jacksonville.Mrs. are urged to attend and bring a from the rhythms of the 20's:! in October. the parking lot programon DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hon. i
adjacent to the
days last week. '1 Paul Jones and family of Gaines- Joe Wilson was visiting p friend. when Duchin first began his rise'to i-ity hall. of Starke was in charge of .-. !

Mr and Mrs. Wayne Douglas i[ ville. her sister Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr., inI fame to the ballad of nud- Postmaster langements.: )

w Jacksomlle were weekend guests :| Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges! :Gainesville! on Thursday. IJII.LV NOElEL: THANKS century. Asks The chief said members of the i

of Mr and Mrs. M. L. Johns Sr.Mr :1 visited Mr. and Mrs. George Brid- Mr. and Mrs. Oren Welch of VOTERS OF STAKKE fire departments from Waldo. 'II lit i: or IIMKIn/
with Right AddressesFor Lake Butler, Brooker and Ill/.l: ".n ririinois.
in Dade City spent Tuesday FOR i1'1'I'ORTI : Camp xittr
Jacksonville the
and Mrs. Rene' Garcia of ges first of the ; N"U.: .
I 1 Mrs. M. L. Law- Sinatra Is Star Blanding have been invited to the C- ,tv h.'lrby gnn ,'L.j '
Camp Blandmg had as their week. their daughter n''.1.l.lsn' -iI limit- rh| i 1" .
take this means of expressing.my Starke Mail training. .t I'h.ii.t.i Lu.S:. i..i\\.s .
and .t /r
son, family. d s
guests Tues.laand Wednesday of ,I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and to the .\. i- ..f i-41.: I \\ ill r.iri--. ,," ,
1 and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and deepest appreciation In Film On Carpenter used the occasion of .' ,. \
l.isi iveek. Sir and Mrs. I. F' son. Sonny and Mr. Mrs. Mr. DopeDealing The ,1 k .I Ih,' (".r. sit' .*.a.r' T
and .
citizens of Staike for the confidence St.irkr 1'oM[ Ililt( ,' dex eloping ,.. .
Piersuntmi Dale and family were visiting Mr. and Mrs is special program to plead for f..i II .1(- "I Vvuntv. 1-1.! ,,i ,
daughters Randall
Chitty visited Mr. and ,
Jacksonville on shown in me at the poll .j htvitl.i'-he. Postmaster G more men to the I.- fipl cf .r..r| ..I' .iml.I ,; ,I'
IUIlof K Bragg N. C. Mrs. C. H. Walters in Jackson-I J. H. Crews in : with the tl.uinj themeof J. MrGnt'f Jr. join VolunteerFire ilu ii.. .I... UKfn union'i ,
SundayMr. on Tuesday. By your votes youhave said tills week. The Department. Staike .Motor t'ourt iimli ttw' .
ville on Sunday.Mr. a man's fight against; drug heidi .
and Mrs. Robert Barrett given me a place on our he I is caused by:; people who "We need three four ait- riiK.ip.-d in bu.t.-- "i- .
or men .
addiction. "The Man with the :.N 1"11I"n. ,
and Mrs. William T. Robinson fail to S- i- F I I'
last week with City Council and I am consciousof recognize that the city has right the '. ,
said. "and
'of Atlanta spent Golden Arm," Frank now. he with the I'aitt II.' '; n s. .1.1in I
of Seffner spent Saturday and the tesponsitilities that starring grown greatly -- .11.
:11'. Mrs. Russell McRae and great in the last few winter season coming will
on we
and Sinatra, will open at the Park IitI.t' i: i. ., !\ ,
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. V. 0
with this honor. I wish to renew year and still mail their letters "
FLORIDATHEATRE \ Mrs. Eunice Newsome. go .. need even more. Describing the A\ St.irkf. l-'U.
Bridges. (4' Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsi my campaign pledge to fight Theatre Sunday. with ''- .; :.. .. ." : t't"t't'! :: < rf 'i:"> volunteers the Yiriniui I'. hay 1..11. :.t: \ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith hadas for the economical operation of, Sinatra is seen as Frankie Machine .dreg c ;. \\f StjrktKla..
Jacksonville were weekend I'-i-.f siid they .
i .re formed into a 'a"-il tins Illhla\.1 lr i :
weekend guests. Co!. and Mrs I J guests of Mrs. W. H. Struth and our City government, and see gambler and drug addict! "Becati :e of tae: i.meu>f 111 VIM- gioup; Having their own officers. r I" i A. I' I I"':.!. .it :-:.1' kt I'' .,
H. C. Wall and children of St. I that each tax dollar is spent to determined to fight both, but I time of I'ouinv. F'I.Ild., i
daughter/ Kate.j mail MeGriff said "it is dues are paid aT' I social functions' :' II.t
Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. Nat I j Mr. and Mrs. Drew Riddish and bring the most benefit to the, fighting against greater odds becoming' imperative that people held several tin'.s a year. rulIt
Sternberg of Daytona Beach most than he ever faced at the card'table. '
weekend with her people. the l: ut" i\Tivri: \ .u
the put
son spent correct address "It takes ]
on their a ;;1' ('Ia type of mani lii:<.i" liu: I'I'IIIunsttia:
Mr. and Mrs. L..1. Davis are mother. Mrs. W. H. Edwards in I invite and urge you to con- letters." to become vo'unteer' fireman:' Notice= I is
i herrliy given that tole
Fri. Sal Sept 14. 13 expected home today after spend- Jacksonville.Mr. suit with me at any and all times \ As Frankie's invalid and nagging -!I McCriff said the day when the Carpenter said and that is the underMgrifd. under Ihe 1'1'\ ,IMCcf .

DOUIJLE FEATURE ing the summer in Waynesville. and Mrs. Richard Ray and concerning matters affecting the wife, Eleanor Parker gives'postmaster knew Chapter :10.953. laws of Florida.
I while everybody in type of man I want. The main Arts of 1941, will register with the
N. C.Mr.. sons of Jacksonville weie overnight welfare of our city and its citi- a sensitive performance, town is in the past for Starke. He qualification required by the chiefis Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
: and )trs.1.. M. Hayes I! guE'sls'ednesday of Mr zens. You will find me always Kim Xovac is seen as a bar-] warned that the for liradford County, State ..f I'lor -
post office would an interest in the dOl,
serving city. upon receipt of p-oof of publication
whose love the
and daughters and R. R. Taylor of I and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. | willing to listen and appreciative girl for gambler have to return mail that is Im- "A fireman has to sacrifice of this notice, the fictitious
Rockville Md. have tht Mrs. Owen Vaughn of your advice! and suggestions. leads to complications. name of IVadfortlVlmU -.t', Mtor /
spent Mr. and properly addressed. "
/ j |, quite a bit. he said. "They are > In.. under uhuh u .
past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. i had as guests the past week. Mr ,I I Again. I thank you from the Climax of the picture comes The postmaster said that specialcare always called out at the most ;Inconvenient gaged in IoU-III.-m at 1\:: : I Ipie I-
e O. L. Lin.;in and family at Parkof and Mrs. E. Baker of Detroit bottom of my heart and will do when Frankie finally takes the I should be taken AMThat the paiti.tMcd '. ,,'.
by the merchants inaid liu.m.s..11..
the Palms. Mich. They spent Sunday in St. everything in my power to warrant "cold tuikey" three-day cure for who send out times"I I I'aul liayniond. Sal S. U.il. r -
lots of !
I I' mail.
,final raanoa Carpenter said that in-
Augustine.Mrs. your continued confidence. the dope habit which is torture. anyone .fitarke. Kla., 5; per < rut 'in'.n
., insure
prompt delivery it tctested should contact him. "Dur-; -lar,-ii.f Harrington. 6i I', :N wter
-AND- .. ." W. A. Xasworthy, Mrs ,, Sincerely but successful. Free of the habitat would be advantageous to the St., :;tal'I..., Kla., j p. im
Minnie Lee Brantlcy, and ;Mr.: ana | W. 11. BillyI Xoe eli last. he is able to start a new mer- ing training period would bee lr"-st:
and childrenof life. chants to submit their mailing the best time to join." he con-I!, Kthel M. Kaymond. :241! S \\ ,
a Mrs. Howell Brantley ]lists j to the post office for ter :<1.. Clarke, Kla., 4S |>. i i.-
weekend : correction tinued. "because the men will be
Jacksonville were i LAUM\ THANKS: VOTERS tuest.Audrey.
1 I 1 MeGriff said. able to become familiar with all' llarrinKlon. 61\ U -,
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H I wish to thank the voters of
guests Rep. Matthews SpeaksTo He said the lists can be bi the S 1. Starke, Kla., 4.:. per .nr .
w ought
STAR K E FLA. Xasworthy. i Staike for their vote and supportin equipment. It ret.Pat.d.
Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Mrs the City Election. I have enjoyed Lawtey Lions Club up to date for .i small!! fee. this I4th day of s. lO- u.1. ,
\ It. r'-ti.. at Staik.li id' I'
t Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Drew Reddish gave a birthday serving you in the past New Pastor Assumes 'oinity, FFlorida.aiI
evening at the Ewell Lawson Nearly 100 iwtey Lions, theii 4t
September IK, 17 IS party I Tag
the former celebratingthe ] wives and friends heard a talk by Highway Chapel PostThe
DOUBLE FEATURE home of III ( irruU ('ourl, HrnJford ('ouofy.I'lorida .
)'Iu..; "Woodman Spare That Trt-e" birthdays of four members of I.K\\IS 1'1I.KCITIZt::\-; U. S. Representative Billy Matthews Renewal ; In. liaiu-ert.
The Man With The at the Ladies' Night pro- Deadline Rev A. D Blue assumed l '"ii- Ann ..t".. Plaintiff \ -. \t..
Cartoon and Chapter Xo. 7 Serial the family. Sheriff P. D. It has been a pleasure servingthe ham I'. .il Tint u. I ',fvubut
"Sea Hound" Golden ArmWith a birthday Sept. 15. Mike Citizens of Staike for the gram held last Thursday night by Near duties as Pastor of the Highway Ca-e Xo !I'' I I'M
Reddish the recently formed club Kelly SaysTax Chapel at services last Sunday. Order Of ruhliralitin and :oiler To
Reddish on Sept. Rth. Jimmy past eight years as City Council- .
Frank Sinatra, Eleanor: He is replacing the Rev. Chester,, \liirnr: Mole or Florida To:
on Sept. 21st and Drew Red- man. ; Introduced by Hugh Ingram. \\illi.ini Ce.-il Tuten. ub.-) i-

undaJ'Ionda: )'. TuoclaySeptember Parker and Kim :Novak dish on Sept. lOlh. ; Although T was defeated ing;> Rep. Matthews gave the group Collector J R. Kellywarn: -' Roberm who is ]ea'ingto complete Ii. in e and addles.- "rnkn-. 'tt,
YOU air leilUired to a"p' il I
16. 17, IS ANICannibal ) Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr the recent City Election I hold his position on the civil rights' ed Bradford County merchantsand work on a master's degree itolier K>, r.'iti. 111 the ,01...\. ni

Attack spent Tuesday to Thursday in At- no ill feelings for anyone and issue and explained some of the beer dealers this week that at the University of Florida. ,.-.1 '',.lilt .111<1 .'n-r. b. ro 'U ,el..
TYRONE till -erk.dirititt and rttouiPradford ?
POWER 21 Nit h Johnnyicxsiiuiller lanta where they took their daughter 1 will cooperate with everyone for\ political maneuvering on the ques-I| the deadline for renewal of occupational The Rev. Mr. Blue was foi mercy ",.a.."'ti misc.

KIM NOVAK 1'''., Color Cartoon for Kid Joanne who entered Emory a greater and finer City. j tion, as seen on the floor of the and beverage licenses is pastor of the Lindale Assembly' County Telegraph Il.d., :
1, University. House in Washington.. Oct. 1."If of God in T\-ler, Texas. He has ,,publish this Order in lit \t h' :
I wish to thank for ,
Again you i|; weekly Issues.
Mrs. of nlakt'ley. moved to a' home in J Heilbronn Witness hand and nffii ;.il! s .,.:
Wed. Thur. Sept. 19.20 j Maggie Douglas your past vote and support. A Lion himself Rep.latthe"S j beverage licenses aie not my ,... .'
J 11 1 ,
1 #f .. DOUBLE FEATURE Ga. visiting her nephew and Sincerely] urged all members to keep up their, renewed before that date" he Springs with his wife and four i'.'at 1956.Starke. Florida, this

a ut.stto.1caa' family Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yan- James A. Lewis interest in governmental affairs : added. "the licensee will have to daughters.The I I OFFICIAL SEAL)

1..._ l World In My Corner fey for several weeks.Mr. as a means of promoting better get the approval of the State Rev. Mr. Robeisrm has Charlo"! A. Darby.A Said, c, '
I'lerk of
....HEX THOMPSON.JAMES WHITMORE \\ilh Audit MurphyAM and Mrs. W. S. Wilder of CARD OF THANKS government. Bevel age Boa id befme it .in be been pa>!oat| t the highway! rhif:! I M! e i >i !I. C-iA| I.1 i .

.VICTORIA: SHAW! ) Miami are guests this week of I I wish to thank the voters of renewed. rl Ml't f June l!t."',-) / '. "JI I .Iul'! ,'. I.I" I.t i.

:'11'. and Mrs. E. F. Miles. Staike for the confidence they t I .
Mm. I Polio CampaignPlans \ I"
"Throe ( ornrml
Meet"Cartoon At
Fury GunsightPass
expressed me by elel'lingme
Mrs. P.eginadlcAteer.. Mr. _ . .. .
;/ : n ,",- '' .....
the Citv Council.I p : f. .
and Mrs. Bobby McAteer and son. for the 19.77; Inf.inlilo: n --- __ __ -.. -" >" .. ,
II I and Mrs. George B. Flynn, Jr. will continue to serve all of
I With D.md Brian and \ '\iIIl' Paralysis Fund drive weie madeat
and Reggie, were Sundaydinner you to the best of my ability.T. .
Wednerday Thursday Friday'SepteiiiTier Brand son. a meeting of the chapter held
!I C. Hazen Jr
Mr. and Mrs. G
ID, 20, 21 guests of last week at the State Farm.
I'lus Color Cartoon For Kids1.
B. Flynn Sr. Gray Flynn returned Maxie Carter Jr., chapter chairman
"BROS --' -- Elaine Mikel of Tampa spent a
r WARNER f home with his mother the junior announced the
Fri.. Sat. Sept. :21 I. :22: Mrs. Flynn. after spending the few days this week with Agnes appointment
RANDOLPH of Jim Chasteen as 1957 < ampaign HEADQUARTERSFOR
DOUlIhK FEATUKE his Lawson. I
ScanI past week with grandparents.Mr. director and J. S. Shuford Jr.
The Tall Menl'ineIlaiolk and Mrs Roy Wingate of Mrs. Pat McXabb and son of as treasurer. .

*! *** I I and Jacksonville are guests this weekof Shreveport La. were visiting herj';
'olor .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moench and sistE'Irs. J. R. Kelly] and
With Clark (fable, June KussHland family last
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. Friday. I
Kolxrt Ryan I Mr. and Mrs. James R. Taft ofi i Mr. and Mis. C. A. Knight THANK YOUTo

AM returned home last Thursday
LE'esburgwere guests Thursdayof

FROMjOWP1'lu Meet Me After The \ last week of Mr. and :\11'5.1! from three weeks vacation in The Voters
i Asheville, ::. C. j
W Show ; Miss Sara Baiefoot and Iis' Mrs. Pledger Johns and family ,, Who Supported :Me For The Duo-Therm & Quaker
1 I
l o+.ta..I, q uAkhf lR'JS! IX TECHNICOLOR i Gaie Denn of Jacksonville spent had a birthday dinner Sunday1for I
Mr. Johns. Fifteen members' City Council
with Mr. and Mrs. ,
"Sleuth But Sure" CartoonGOLIIEN With Betty C.rable I the weekend
of the the affair
family enjoyed
I'lus" Serial Chapter No. II and Charles] Dinkins. TIIAKrOt'
TOMORROW Special j: Mr Mrs Drew Ratliff will
Cartoon for Kids I Mr and Mrs. Clayton Starnesof and
II N. C. attend the GE'nE'ralIotors meeting I OIL HEATERS
Wilmington were guestsof JOE ANDREWS III
I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle Sat- in Miami from Saturday toTuesday ,

urday evening. .

Pvt. Mrs. Kaspar Duncanof

WANTED TO BUY Decatur. Ga. spent the weekend i -------.------------------------
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with his parents Mr and MrsK.

G. Duncan. I

Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickeringhad 1 Ii"j .

guests. Mr and Mrs. B. T Thomas

Mr and Mrs. D. L. ThomasMr. '

$1.50 Per Bushel and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw Mr ( UL' BEFORE

and Mrs Mike Pickering of '_4 h ? THE WEATHER GETS COLD !

Starke and Mr. and Mrs. B. E
Only This Years Crop Cones Gathered' After September I
Reddish of Lawtey.
Sth. Delivered To Our Headquarters At .Maxville, Miss Jeannette McLendon and : e

.Florida Or We Will Pick Up 15 Bu hels Or More. Chuck Meister of Orlando were

last Friday night guests of Mr Ask Us About

PHONE MAXVILLE 4 and Mrs. E. L Matthews at ) \ Optional .

I Kingsley Lake.

I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw of S\ Advantage of Early FORCED AIR

Valdosta spent the first part of ; ,
the week with Mr. and Mrs TYler

Jones.V. \ Bird Buying Of FANS TO

I O. Bridges returned home

Sunday after spending a'el'k

with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harpei Your Heater CIRCULATEUse

and family in Stone Mountain

Bradford Wholesale Motors, Inc. 3a.: ._-'$
Mrs. C L. Scholl Mrs. C E

Al'KOSS FROM COURTHOUSE Johns. Mrs Hogan Smith :andSirs. ')
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P. J. Quattlebaum attends ----------- --
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l.'J3: ; N. Tt'mplt'HnUt' the one day institute of Pis:i I.' ..v v', e I095
Flabof the Florida Fedei d.1: t -

GUARANTEED QUALITY USED CARS Woman's\ Club, at the Lak.',, ,. d .() :; Our Budget Plan -- We Finance The Contract

Woman's\ club in Jackson\ .i,* I -

1951- Ford 4-dr. Sed, As Low As $26.05 Thursday )11':" Scholl p;<-s. i.t i."' ,

.\ Month \, the Starke Woman's Club. .' '- r ter 10% Down And 12 Months To Pay Balance !
I me of the speakers at the $68

j 1952 Ford 2-dr. Sed., As Low As $31.05 i iI ing.
Mr and Mrs Dave Pa ilk:!; .
A Month I S -----------------------
I L.ught'r'Ina.. were f. lii'i! ':. -----------------------------------------------

quests of Mr. and Mrs. L :MWhite
Easy Terms Financing Arranged
\ on the Suwannee It.-

AS LOW AS $5-M DOWN net Mrs.the Annabelle weekend.Street of M. r.v.is DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

\'L"ltmgIr.. and Mir.S';

Try Us FIRST -- BEFORE You Buy Simmons from Friday to Mir!< DRUG STORE

31 S
Telephone -
irul children of Jacksonville: >- 431446. Call St. Phone 151naD.

Open --- S A M. To S P.M. Closed on Sundays Sunday guests of Mr and M.Vrn :- fHONES3; STAKE, FIA, .

., T Jackson and family

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l1m \sKiTUMr.Ki: : ula 1''iuIiItri
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I.J.g. Florida --- -
Circuit ('ourl, llmilfurd ('OUD'". I : Fi..i InCbsecrry..1.u. I weekly I I IS-SUPJ. Si 1 : T!" .\ TI .
tho I vf
Florida: In ( bnnrery.Kiil.lt. ami file the original! In the office of \ Miiv i l.r..w..I. I'M. tit.ff. \ '. j \Vitn.-J ii.y Kami and .ff.i! st-ai! :Fi'i! i i.1. :. < :ii.i- \; .I| \.\; '.. .1 .y ly t11e :n''xti'n .f I:,' i"r.I' .1 "f lr.I,1" ,1 '. .::1,' :. ,'. y.1: : .,!., -

- ., 1'"r..I"Y.! .)', Flan-! the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or KIM'I t: J. I.i :: -'1 1>:"iiiii-. .iid. ld'l-, 1 1d. at ::' rk.KI..I! di. ti-. -.i.;. ... i -,., -.. i. .I .. ..d; :I.n.- !t.. aim.\.u.i! ,' L'f i-aid.. landu I l..t ;t >j.-. :ai ttt.in iFl.-r.'la I' dirnitd '1.1 '11' -.1 ; 11! .I"! \ I ..I.il -

V"J \1 I I" I. inl.'lllt e t. IIUKKICI \L suAL) tl. tI Major ;s aulhiiucd and 'iprt-i'.iie and fuin.-h t.) II..' I.'
I!%, \.1 l.tlnr. tli.- lj day of Oct., 19i ; t tl!. f.li ," !land > nll. a.- .v!";>:'.1i.t

r ,. :' .. liiHSloll othervvl.-e! the allegations of said Ca.N". Ifl-I. j Chat Iff A. i4rbyAa ti '.V.fe'l', '1 t \0.! I.ilnt.S.II..J tu-VVit : I r"'ol'o to .il ICltrk i-f tie!. tty of I.\y a i '.-1'.11"I t'ru. i.' :

\ .-.To Appear Complaint will be taken as confessed (Irilrr Of l'uht'lli.. ., .,1 %u ice '10 'i Cli rk (,f j-a.d Court. SETIiN IlL That th.< ( 'rora''I'le ; l:,: of tl' qiialificil! reMtleut \ :. i-s-ilar >' sst :. t. : -

'j"1.| : I. Ynyvlue resl-! by you. \ A l'I'ar Male or I'loriila 'I o: II, Marian. 1.. ( 'rv.- Deputy Clerk! ; w. .t Jlif.f : tivvt.-t! (JtiarV | pubi-hed: once a \\tek .>r i who pn'p. rty \\n< r. u.thi '<. .,t I':.:

iKn ,. aMl ..Jtla i- : :.7 Jay This notice be published once : I"t .Id ."" 1.r'l. J. I'.ail I.I -"ti: ; Snutii ilaiid.i.ir. h'r t \ S i.t :\'I I. .10 Nirliut "...,,cuti\e v.tk;> after its passage 'the said temtoiy ii.tciiji-d t. bannexed. I' .h ,
; l'runJ."n.l.
ft "H an. .V \ \1". each week hal four consecutive \1.>c -ldt.Ii'.v and addlr--3 is. Ji'-k>'jnv ..11l', Fl'.tida.. i ->t sju.trt-r of ,>uthwt>tyuart.r I in Uradford County TelrKraph aduly { .t }' f. Retdl h

You are hereby notified that a I.t i < :\> ofV >., ) All inSicUun qualified newspaper publishedin I I '! Lt
L'llkli.iU O.
weeks in the Bradford County Tele Att-. ( t'II -J 1OHIIIN -. J. Phillips
.- .t[ l..i, '. ,! "', calf, i u-fully anJi graph. I rI'll ; : -J. Tuwnlul > t uuth ; Bradford County Florida and I I 1'residtrnt City: C .un.l Th,' ;d.! -.1 f.- _
0 You .
!.1l 1 t ii.iii'.r chiltlrt-n | are required to appear on It i Kange 22 Ka in lirad- I| three copies hereof posted for 30' \. ,. : \.J : .
I i'.it.il 1 thi.7! day of Sept., I9J6. ( 10. 1' the above XMi: 33 'j Attest: n.II':
been against In the lt. :Gll IHlm.o ford County Florida. I ,days at (onspi.h.us places in said I t. h ". ,.
has you ,1.1'I
fled (Official: Seal) Charles A. Uarby. i Court and caue wherein lirilinani-r I"ll: 1 lie 1 errilt.ri.il i Ethfl P. Keddish. )' Clt-rk \ ;! .1
above Court and cause and I Clerk of the Circuit plaintf ut ; < it of SECTION II. That a special elec-h'Ity.. and thn-e ((>pits hereof posted el 1' ; ; ". .' : :' .
tifcks )
you are required to serve aj I I By Marian Crosby. Deputy Court I i i'lu control Uivok-r tue. cu>to.) 1 l.ivvlrv 1"11. 'hl the intended oe an- for '.'"' days at conspicuous places 1lOUIOl.\TJ :1.\) -S. I: ., o :: :
I of minor hildr.-n., I'.rid. i tc
copy of your answer or pleading to > L c I 1 ttrrt.r' the questi.n of I r. xed.SKCTJOX. ,' .;.' rh.irlf 1: M 1 nSliufisd '-. '
I Bradford County Telegraph shall I':. It .iilani.d liv: t- fity .ill .1 tit :, be up.-n '
the complaint on tuft I .1 lim- Th.it the S r : : .Major lit The tty l': L
Pllntff'a territorial peni
.vt. rm-y J-'i'd Uutler. iOJ :n- (f'ui ('uurl. Bradford founty, pull h this Order in next sour !1' l'-v cl 11.11 :: ..1 I i t;10 ( xuni.-u of the 1' I

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Proposed Constitutional Amendments To Be Voted On


November 6th 1956

Ciuniy Florida .. ,,
s,ace County ana any other oe cr mire T-.rst next fo.lomnt tot -ii.c. i ., ..-_- -i
eLECTiON !I <,ch methods as the legislature mav pred. lion and : ir.k atto.ney at
: :. _. authority over all mat- -.r cr. n.t
--emirs m the Sine ol Florida or to andinttoftty -acii snail -
cau..s any county be allowed
at tone
". of i' cnb and determine .:lout bring iim- lers and proceedings not transferred to Rr.ord and the Co--' jf Crune- .1
HE-.tAa: Tne UgUUtur 1$5. > o m Dade Cousy and any ill representative and the -ms'i.i.'greser.iatives
d tn by the provisions in this con- the district Cus.ssiy itO 1' ,
IMS of -:1 courts of appeal :ts : Cu.ir:' -
-itf'- Conituution of
> tn. .tner one or more municipalities of the cep shall be apportioned
I ( tution as to trial b jury in Sectmotsand |17. JIIK-.B: ion the
) All '
bti'f ol Florida did pas Joint Rf'Olu- courts a organized and 'ate of Picnda. and tar home rule charter thoovtded se countIes which hive a nopuV.i.i pa.i'e.1 \istant >
11 of the Declaration ol Rght as constituted on the effective Solicitor the posn.on >f .. .
amendments to the Con- date of PItS -
t. .ns Proposing this .ir fcr rtrrrin shall not conf.ict wth ininy excess of eight thousand '8.000' in r.u-n
t-ituilon of the State ot Florida. and the the of the terms prosecuting alA ticle shall except as otherwise provided 1 provision ol this Constitution nor of county The population in excess of fgl-.t and investigator Didr Ccun'v ,

tdint .trt atrtrd to by a vote ot three- : me) and' Information in Section 10 herein continue with their jurisdiction anv appucablr general laws now applying thousand 8.00O' In each county Shall br stand abolished atJrrmiruv..:

ot mrmtx-ts elected to each the. Declaration of Right. as to elec- judgrs and officers including he Dade and thereafter 'he dare V,rnev j-c .
nn .1 tie manntr .0 County any other one or divided by the number ol representatives
houw. votes of sad Joint Rr'o- 7 n of or applo'm.nt. of otScers in Section of th.1 election or appointment until more counties ol the State of Florida exin excess of ne 'It fur each counts .ir.d Assistant Stat Ar.v. s- '-: *

lutlont .fre .nl.re. upon thtlr ISp.tIV. .t cases Alcl.in Sections Jurisdiction 679 and of crimi-of.bl othrrwisr.ti Until prold otherwise by the 1'II"llr.. -"pt as expressly authorized in this secth gnat.- nt shall constitute the unr to and rrction.function--shall perform; ;ic.j.; y. ;,,f ; .

Journals teas and nays th.r.o. I proviaed by law- .on nor shall any ordinance enacted m ber'.snse used j? d basis for ipportior..ns: ncreto -e
did drtrrmine and direct thatthe Article as to original Jurl5t"lon 0: there shall be an additional Judge for termed bv -.r t ..ntv s.ic oi f--
and they tr-e 'u o said borne rulr charter con- representatives m excess of Jilt 'I' fur
e interests ol minors in this Fourth Judicial Inform un> '. .n .n ICIn -,,-
Circuit -
said Joint Resolutions be s. S.cton who shall sidr
bmledto > ilict with 'his Constituticn ir any such rapp.cable h county For eaCh sutl soil
or ii.i-!
ticle. and as to style ot and in Duval Red d _- ,. .
process \ .
and i: : -
of the State at the Gen- sha'l :
the electors Coun receive Ihr general law except as expressly Jon portion thrrroJ. In each -rantv computed a
in the name of the be
era) Election on loombor 6. 1956 ; ro.rulnl tat m same salaryand allowances for aL'-.orizrd hrrcn. nor -hall the charter on the population .n cxcvof invalidjteae.r .-.j tntcrnry C
R A GRAY ol this Aruc.. or other exist- as other circuit judges m and for UPI. ar m It- -j.- i-.atc ,
NOW. of Dade
any municipality in County con- right thousand .9 fKOi) in a.i. ci '". .
a conflicting provisions of this consti- rutt court of said Kay tile amr. ..-c nk .-.
countv :: tion-
Secretary ol State of the State of Florida. which salary] irs with mis Constitution or any such the county shall be allowed o--e t '-

do hereby, give notice that a ttoa. and .xpns.s shall b paid b) said county applicable general! law ejrep' as express diiji.lorized tonal reprtientativr. ttI..I.! such cases it strut Are; a-crs .t. .
Section 13. Eligibility requi'ements out Legislature m -. for .'
revenue The -.i.ite ,>
GENERAL ELECTION g.leral additional -
i herein provided nowrvrr that within thr limns set forth rr em .. v
sill be held la eacn county in Florida on and tucgei No person shall b Judge of the circuit COUr of Dvl County said charter and aid ordinances enacted com nty or counties cannot or allowed a SUtr Atto.'i.rvs ir.ipn.ai. .n. :c -.

TuruUy next succeeding the flrt Monday "gible for the once of justice of thr su- holdl' office on .. : dale of pursuance thereof may cenfict with representative lor a major portion olsucb for thr State A. .. v ..; Djil > i -
AD 1956 said r.me court or judge of a district crurt of s Article under former Section and all .vlsr.rr S'.i-- \'- irr.ev- -
the *2 ol
lo.mbr. T.sda mcdl.'y or nullify anv existing local spe- anor: if mere should rema'r. any
peal unless he a citizen of this Article V shall become anted: bv : be .
the Attorsistant .* -
DAY OF I : -
.11' addionl cia or g nrra apphciolr only to rep resentatives to br apportioned thenrepresr.'ative
loi the ratification or rejection of the. l d unless he is. at the 1m.. a m.mbe here pro\dl lor until Jude D ad- County. a shall Er jllc ed toac.i si : in it. 'ItC, .r. sOul -. S

laid Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments fir Florida Bar in good standing. and his th.1 term ol office N'oth.ng in this sict.an shall br conol lime counties having the State Afi.v -t 'Il!! a. r-
trrate-t -
to the Constitution of the State of t a period ot at least ten ).ar has 9i There .bal b an additional circuit st rued to limit or restrict 'ftr power of ol such unit until all of said ..um portion the direction o: tn- za.P. -' .
en. a member of the bar of Florida. )ludge lor shall hair .
I-.1.; ,
circuit a.ttor.tv ,
F.orlda.Z court of the Judicial of tr.c Le;- ature to enact general laws betnc't ol repres-ntalivrs shall br j > -?

': d no person shall be elglb. for the 'IrUI' .h..ln the state capital I 'o- \. : *hrelitr!! to Daclr: Count) inn tuanv ned ap. for.i. arv utl 11.1 i." -. jt -..-

!ice ot judge of a circuit or crimi- r.ttd Subsequent to the fir t A- -rnrv may .r. ., -.o .' -.*torniIVun
other ol
one or more counties fir Section 4
NOt Effectirf date This
T..dl anost.i-
i .! court of record who is not aftrr: the first Monday lois in.-:..-.
COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOa ; t.ttv-lo the in January st ate o: F.rmua or to any m'dii.cipj.i rain zit L. ..rse 5. _.,ve t..z... ,, rrartnc
e ars of age and a member of governor shall ali lunds r\
the ;jp.f fj
appoint first j 14Abv
JOINT RESOLUTION NO 810. D-de C'Mnty and rny othci.e or ra'ificarion
upo.i by a 'Kr
i jude o
Any senator member of the to his the .
or BuOc.C
serve lor
er.und. a term .. -i atci .
ol the State ol Florida
mjrr ciumcifaluitd
A Joint Resolution proposing the revi- qualified electors ol the Utr The governor
use of representatives otherwise quail- the first after It: e So-ri: : c. .. .
the o .
":on of Article. V ol the Constitution of I Tu.sda first Monday in rei,.'ir.g to icunt:? or tr.un.r.a.; a. allairs "-itl! apportion the h-u i r- ru-.1- .
shall b eligible for appoint ent ru4ry 1959 following the election of I L ir C"int ta: ,. of .
tne State of Florida relating to the Ju. or'u his Barf auch!! general lavh ll anpls "- < ntelya.'ter ratification baiea i-y.i| I t-r! e -
ectIon to any Judicial office wh.ch at the : .'vSo.t ., jf f Uiv
diclal Department of the Governmer.t. i gcr.Tai p.et"n! In NoD! ad.c..r.ir.t' .,r.d to *..! m--icrj 1 1ie> uthere est cfri.V o-r.-js and call i r i..unt. .-
i '. ten or the te mber 1958 hich .. a prc i 105 tIle '.
.molum.n. UHt>> shall .Lfps'I -r.l .
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE .r serve n M th s .r i- :! 'ri- elion t 'tion sx that rica vacarjri-s o! t .t "
LEISL. ., may brn ,nc."e lu:: .. ror a term expiring on the first Tuesday s h.ia mi n ad'pud rdral >. >- S. ,:, county s ..inel -.- ; v..r
TUNE OF TriE OF for the ) ? ousr and srnutr n.ac br fiid |.r T t.i I .
STAT FLRI.\ which JITer
ThmC thr ,,10"1' r""OD of e 1m. s "I II. M"nc.y in January 1MI. (.. --- .... -r.- .r i.rv purl or t..e it-ttvss.inn of bIte l H Vacancies in o.'ftcf- the e"con of | tr .itratmr. L- .- .'
Article V of the Constitution of the State Stl"1 .i'"s his successor at on o! *V .I'i"'- :' pr-i i < *i.. f.-.e Li.i.i t..s n.Kt sn.SO .. < M-ori.- .
"w flied When the ?,'. of p gfn.ral 1 : i f.- jf Ihr Cr.- '
of Florida h.rt-by agreed to and shall 0 .n' J'Q"hal t.o. in KovrmSer 1360. i r i.e. *n in cjr.ii.ci ti.rt ilt und sit.i.5 p.p: J t. Crt'Zi
be submitted. to the electors ol this state become vacant from any csu';. tnr *hich succes.or '11 ._,le ,.,r he ful >, .-. ....., ..3Or nv Orc..r.r.ce j tor [lid, r -f.r -

tot ratification or rejection the next urce.or to fill such vacancy .shall. be ap- term .and hi. ., -- (J.-.n ss olh .:r red pur Lain to said charter and m 6iNATi. I .' It' .- -.' s at.r

I inted or elected onl) for 'he *isr pr"ld.c for i.rcuit judge10i .- -T 'r"f' for t- -.1 ,': ,
"rn.rl election to b held! m November unxplrP c.rfiiii ::,- : and s- .'it superc ccii JOINT ilrSOLUTION NO 7T7
; rm of judge whose drtth I.> ttherui-e provided by tr i.*. dnrt r. -a.i- .--' A- rbv .
tie ot arr'srter rf -
: 19 that to say lgn- provision any vr.u.r .. Jot r ?.acn popesr.s: an in"r.Jni'n -
$ I on. retirement or outer c. legislature. Orders of the Florida auir.ori J to .. .
us Indus-mi. Its Dade Couni e. c.i pr. -
ARTICLE VJL"ICIA cro Sr. ) in stni.c.: : 10 Article V cf the constitution rf
ch vacancy Commission shall be subject to review only including A'isirfar Aorr- -. -
DEFARTMDTS" .he :! t"gi state c.5 rirrl'ia bv '-.-
adr'ing !
Section 15. Election of ;udo Circuit bv petition to the distrut To 1 .,. _
csjrts of -
I -
tl-.ss shall b'
I' The Judicial poaer.I lor Not.i.g in section cora addition-1 sccticn to provide i br v.o
dgos be elected b thr writ ol certiorari number and .
.I l the Slate o! Florida vested in a supreme ahal ) qualified stre2 to at.i.l or restriCt toe power and Jjluri.dlction ;eo of fir Cnnlnal Court cf "ff-d lo t>r t.a.n -anas -
: ill'
court district courts I of cir- t ectors their respective Judicial cir Al provisions of law pertaining to i l cf the Railroad and PMx inUtilities Duval County. Flor.dV t.ir r.u.lrr >. '. A-- t-- ..u',.r. .
'PPII ; lts as other state and county officials. thr Board of Law Examiners tors. procrssrs .mil -
shall I Commission ol other :r-.f :g..t
i courts Court ol Record or any state BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGirLA-

Count uI ). criminal courts ol record county i i I 1 re rl.cte. conlDU.manner in effect until superseded in j agtncv bureau or corr.rai.'sion; now rr TURE! OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA ploeQ by the CV.r." S cttor ( : -
district courts of appeal shaU authorized by this Co-jnty. Florid.
courts county Judge's courts juvenile Articlr |herealfr provided for m this Constitution That the following amenduuiit lo Ate
iourts courts of Justices. ol the. peace ,| I e elected by the qualified rl.or of their This Article shall not disturo the i ii or oy general law and said state tn V of the Constitution of tire S'ate
terms ol
i .. ". districts other i incumbent '
state and Judges
and such other courts including municipal a 1131 agrnctrs bureaus and commotions ttiall 01 Florida br added as an addition. : section NO 10

lourti. or commissions as the legislature unty officials are elected. n ont T. provision for automatic retire- ]h ave the same powers in Dade County as to br aoproprlately numbered bv the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION SO !t'A

may from lime to time ordain and estab-i' Justices ol the supreme court shal b apply I to 1 of this Article dos sot shall be conferred upon them m regard Srcretary of State and same is hirth) joint resolution proposing a.ai.. < r .-
the any
lish. i by qualified el.ctol Mi person now holding j to other counties. ag reed to and sha'l br submitted to the merit to Article VUI ol the Cor.vi-- >

Section 2 Atmmiit'aUon The chief i ate rlrctrd.as other state and county officials thr i legislature Upon the adoption of this Article ihi II any section subsection senience electors of the State ol Florda for ratification ol Florida relating to countIes aid t.t cbv -

justice of the supreme court is vested aith. l re The ol district make such shall enact such laws nnd i clause or provisions ot this section Is held or rjject.o.i at the general i In tun adding thereto a section relating to

and .hal t.rc.In accordance .ith rules < .judges courts of' appeal' preme court appropriations and the sui invalid as vtolative of the provisions ol' to be held on the first tuesday altirthr the fees and compensatior ol Ccon-v

of court authority temporarily to as belonging to Group A sh.1 sbal make such rules a may Section I Amur XVII of this Constitution first Monday in November. 195< officers of Escambla Count

assign Justices of the supreme court to ; e. elected In 1958 and every six y.ar provisions b necessary)tr proper. to give effect t: It i the remainder of this section sh2l not bralfrctrd Section -. From and after the adop BE IT RESOLVED BY THE '..EC.lt'LsCURE -
those identified
district courts of appeal and circuit courts, i as belonging to | ] by such invalidity. tion of this Amendment there shall bt OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA

Judges ol district courts of appeal and roup B" shall be elected in 1960 and in It is declared to be the intent ol a Judge of the Criminal Court of Record That the following amrndmtrto
I '
circuit Judges to the supreme court, district i l s. years thr.al:. and thoseentified NO 2 the Legislature and of the lectors of the of Duval County. Florida m addition article VIII ol the constitution i Flori

courts ot 'PPII and circuit courts i! I i as biongli to Group "C" shall SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIOU State of Florida to provide by IMS sec- to the Judge of Said Criminal Court da by adding a section to be drs'znaitd
and Judges of Olhr cours except mum- I e 191 every six yearshereafter NO 1046 i I Ij tlon home rule for the people ol Dade of! Record already provided in said by an appropriate section number if article -

cipal couru to Judicial service In any i I iI j A Joint resolution proposing an a-nrr.3- 'County in local affairs and this section County, said Judge shall br elected at VIII. is hrrrby agreed to and -r.p'l
Election of held
circuit br
court same or lesser Jurisdiction I! judges st.at ment to Article VIII ol the Constitution: shall be liberally construed to carry out th e General Election next succeeding 'he br submitted to the electors ol 'his sta'r
Any or may. .tth his the year I960 and every six years providing lor homo in Dade i such and it Is further declared for ratification
retie Ju.t. Jd. I hereafterTao rl. Courty purpose coming into effect ol this Amendment or rejection at the nxt

conont b likewise 'anf to Judicialservice I I of the shall by amending Section II thrrrol 1 to be the intent ol the Legislature and except as otherwise provIded herrm. and general election to be held in 1956 _s
Justices court
RFSOLVED BY THE IEGISLA-< f the rlrrtors of the Stale of Fonda shall held office for four and follows
Srcfion 3 Practice mi Procedure The I I e elected In 19S and every six sears TURE OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA i that the provisions of this Constitution the same salary and years allowances receive Section On and alter the firsf

practice and procedure in all courts shall I! i three JUSICt ot the supremei That the following amendment Ar Ua i nd general laws which shall relate to for expenses as is provided by law for the day ol October 1957. all tees revenues
shall br .
,ovrn.d by rules .dopf by the tu- I I I ix thereafter two m 1960 and of even the clr \III. Section 11. ol the constitution. cl I Dadr County and any other one or more Jicountirs dge of a Criminal Court of Record of 01 other charges collected by the several

preme court 1 I.Section < ss yon. court shall br elected Justices 1962 Fonda .is hrrrby agreed to and "lal br of the State of Florida or to any Duval County He shall have all powers county officers ol Escambla county shall

4 Sup.t Court I nd six In to the electors ot the ol i municipality in Dade County and any anther d perform all duties and possess all be paid into the general ountv lur.d

tai O'gnaolo. The supreme court every years thr.a..rI Florida. for ratification or rejection jt tn o one or more municipalities of tire qualifications that are or may br provided ol Escambla county subject 11 distn.- -
i Such elected shall .
shall consist ol seven members one of I Judo. neaae xt general election to b held m Novrmbrr. i S tate of Florida enacted pursuant thereto or prescribed by the Constitution b mont as provided bv law The irg."ri'tOre
i officr on the first Tuesday after the ;
horn shall be the chit Five j 1956
Justce. i by the Legislature shall br the suprrmr shall provide by local
statute for tIre Judge ol the Crunina' or p'cti:
j jt rst Monday in the
Ju.tc. shall constitute a quorum, but t i Sevfion 16 Terms 1010.11. January certain Arcl'Il. Section II I hrrrbr t I lawm Dade County. Florida except as Court of Record ol Duval Count), and legislation for the salaries, expenses A ,ti

th.concurrence of four shall b nre.ury : I The at aodges tad as fOlo. expressly provided herein and this -cction ai statutes concerning said Judge "hall compensation to br paid thr -.erai
i ; terms of of ol Srction
'o a decision Justices i 11 iai'
Te of Dade hall be strictly construed to mamt.vn? county officers ol Escambla
i I I he supreme court. judges of C ounty. apply to him Provided however that il cojntv Ar.
ibi Jurud.flion Appeals from trial : dl.tnc. Florida granted pow-r Io I :>uch supremacy of this Constitution and there br a judge ot a Provisional Criminal legislation which shall hate hrrrtofort

courts. may b taken directly to the tupreme [ I I of appral. and circuit judges shall adopt r.",.. and amend from tune to I i oi the Legislature in the enactment of Court in Duval County upon the a-top- been enacted in Contemplation of me ratification -

court as a matter ol right only { e six ).ar timr a borne rule charter ol government general laws to this Consti'u'ioti of this amendment
I > : I pursuant n ol this Amendment such Judg- hal!I is hereby ctr,-
from imposing the death penj j j Sccfion 17 Rffire-Bii-nf suspension and for Dade County. Florida under ; firmed and shall
JudlmeD. !1 which become such additional Judge and 'lullbr have the same force ar.r.
all t. Judgments or decrees directly al 0.dg.s Notwithstanding the thr Board ol Counts effect
Iommlsltr ol RFPEALEI commissioned by the Governor to I old as il thr said legislation wrrr en-
p.s. inK upon the validity of a state. rooiions ol this Article relating to trrmE .ade County) shall br NO 3 aCted
: This g"\TI bo..1 I' oilier as a Judge of she Criminal Court subsequent to the ratilical.cn 11
statute or a federal .ta.ut.or t.aty. or f office- charter SENATE JOIST RESOLUTION of Record of' Duval this amendment
I i Counly. until his
construing a controlling provision of the ia> All Justices and judges shall auto it Shall I. the boundaries of rath i NO 1032
u duly elected ,>nd
Florida or federal constitution and from Cr aticall, mire at age 70. Counn commission district provide a ;' qualified

final decrees ibi Subject to rules of procedure to method for NO 11
ludlm.nl or m proceedings b changing them from time to 504
lot of bonds and certificates i b) thr supreme court. timr and fix the number terms and com- SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 642A

of indebtedness. The supreme court may: J fter notice and h.arO.: any justice or prnsation of the comnr- .ici.ers. and ': NO 119 SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 638 joint resolution proposing an amrr.rimrnt -

directly by certiorari may disability at rri method of election th.t i iHi' A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Article 16 o! the Consulting
rele. b r.lred A
joint amend-
proposing to Article XII of the State Constitution of Florida
by adding thrrrto
.. or decrees passing upon 1..n matters hich upon a final I not br I less than two-thirds ol his to the Board of County Commissioners ) thrrrto of a -ection authorizing the legislature
: of I i stitution. relating to regular and extra
nrw section to br numbered
br U he has served for Dade County to by the Secretary to establish civil ser-.icr s) stems urn
directly appealable to the supreme compensation pass ordinances relating: to :sessions of the Legislature by adding to of Statr.
authorizing abolition boards for
court In all appeals and years or more bcommts.on comt e affairs and of municipal, county and stateemployees
dlrHt .nt.rlou. government of I said Section ton thr
I i a provision convening oilier ol
County Special Tax School District and for
tort reviews by certiorari. the ..upr.m.courl ; osed ol one Justice of the supreme court Dadr County and provide suitable ol municipal coui.-v ar.d
penalties i the Legislature Into extra session by
l : Trustees and transfer ol
their cl'i- state officers
have such Jurisdiction br selected by that two judges foi Ih.oI4U.n not by the people or
may co.rt. to
levy and
shal a cnli i the members thrrrol tie
br necessary to complete determination ol the district courts ol appeal to br "-1 I Irct such taxes as may br authorized by BE IT RFSOLVED BY THE LEfilSLAm ol reinstatement to referendum providinathod appointed by the governor
the cause. on revlen by the ol said district grnrtal and no other ol county special BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -
IU"'t taxes and
tu do TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA tax school district
Appeals from district courts of appeal ( f appeal and two judges rourt.1| everything, to trustees OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA
CirCi carry on That She
n.c..saj' a rer.tr.il following amendment to antic BE IT RESOLVED
-nay be taken to the ounty judges to te selected by the .metropolitan following amrndmei.t to
supreme court as a tu1 gov.n.Icenl in Dade County ol onl I I I mo Mav OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Article 16 ol the Constitution of Fior-'l.i
natter right ) from decisions Inltt- reme court j change Ihr boundarvs
ft Florida and shall sut-
is hereby agreed b That article
XII ol
ill) passing upon of a state 1 ici Any Justice ol the supreme court merge. onsohdate. and abolish the state constitution ay adding thereto an additional Secl.c.roo
tholdlty irav i muted to the electors ol the state of
1 .nl be amended bv the addition of br known
statute 01' or' provide as Srction 34 ol sa.c
or a slatut. treaty orinitially 1 district curt ot appeal a method lor changing
I tcuudaries Florida for ratification or rejection at a new section to br numbered b the Article 16
construing a controlling provision { { St :I cut shall br h.tl. to impeach- of merging consolidating ) authorizing Site Legislature in
; Judl. and .jbcl- Ihr next general election to br held in the '
secretary ol state lollows.
as i.s hereby establish Civil Service ,
of the Florida or federal constitution j | | misdemeanor in office from time to time Systems Civ.
alY I.nr. m inuipal I )ear 1956 as follows
agreed and
] to shall be submitted toe Service Boards lor
The supreme court may review by certio- dI ,i Sccf.'ji 18 ocfn ifie-j 0'ldg" corporations counts or : municipal countv ana
r.hblfQ dllrc 3overr- Section 2 Regular and extra sessions ttThr electors ol the
state for ratification state
ran any decision of a district court of ap- Justices ; mrnt.special employees officers not rlrcted
peal that affects class l supreme cor. boards taxing dlsncis authorities regular sessions ot the icgisla'urr or rejection at the general election in by the people or appointed by the Govi-
a of constitutional thexrf't J I of dl'tnc courts of appeal and | or other governmental units whose shall br held biennially commencing en November of 1956
or state officers or that passes upon a irt Jit shall devote lime to' Jurisdiction wholly wit..m Dade nor br submitted to the electors of IT
J.dp ful ; Coot thr first Tuesday after the first Monday Section
ill From and alter January State of Florida for ratification
question certified by the district court ol J-'Jlciil shall ty whrlhrr such tr -t-
engage in govrrnmental units : 1897. and the
: dut.s. in April on corresponding
I I. 1957. the office ol
,, created county special lection at the next general election
be of to lit
appeal to great public interest orthat he i--ciice I law or hold any office or j by the Constitution or the v ;'i.I' day of every second year therratlrr. but tax school district
shall br sold
ibolishrd m 1956. follows
is in direct conflict with a decision of ifS of tur. or otherwise as
0 itOt profit under this state or any i except the Dade Count) the governor may convene the same in
and all duties ol district ,
another district court of appeal or of the 1 cf rr, as it rxtra session his
Unl.d Commllsner mav i by proclamation Regu- shall br vested
: in the county board d I Joards The
supreme court on the same point ol law, nd s.a.i: vt taO cS.'c In any political I be provided for tme time bv this b lar sessions uf the legislature extend Legislature may b) grneral.

and ma' issue writs ot <.rUorar to comi I i> J : i ; I I i home rule charter and the Board uf Public tn sixty 60i days but no special may session public instruction. Including levying taxes special or local laws create Civil
provided by XII ot the constitution Service
Instruction artlcje systems and Civil Service Bcai.l-
missionestablished by law ) of Dade
I .3ton for in the slate Count
CL'.lpn .Ivlc. I convened by the shall exceed
in all
counties wherein the for
The supreme court may Issue writs ol ; the armed forces of the cm May provide a proposltloiis municipal county and state employe-
by which < lOu
lnlud twrnty days regular 60t
: m.tho sixty aftirmrd by a majority votr ol thi and for
mandamus and quo warranto when a tates or other defense agencies I any and all of the or biennial session of municipal county and state officers -
oI po-vrrs i i iol day the legislature
qualifird electors ol
state officer, commission or other the for any municipal any county not appointed by the governor rr
by court sjch
bard. : i supreme poI I corporlcl or clhr.govrrnmrntal .- may by a three-filths vote of the membership i2> Tc submit the proposition con elected by the people and the
ageno authorz.d to represent the pub ods of tIme may br by the unit Legislaturemay
Ccuntv ol both houses be extended
d.termme nuy i not med
/ ta In subsection 'i> above to the authorize such Civil Srrticr
lie generally or a member ol such or transferred Boar3s to
any :'f court shall not profit to the Board ol
commission or other agency. Is' upr.m. dtm.d t of Dade CountCr.mmissionrrs 'exceeding a total ot thirty i30i' days which rlrctors a special election shall br called provide for the qualifications and rirtniit
bard : Section 19 Judicial salarifi and County nrrd not br consecutive Recesses such
o-I br the county commissioners of of
ins employing such
respondent and writs of | Mav provide i oilic-rs
a pro a method fcc
lame enses ol the court and establish extended br
supreme session shall taken
only by
to commissions by new county upon the request of the Count sad to prescribe the length of tnnr r-
law.Ilbltun to the district courts .tablshe, and I '| : .s ol al,other courts .hal receive for I tjxmg 19PAGE districts municipal and corporations other spec is I :Joint action ol both houses No extended Board of Public Instruction therein 11 oilier or employment

t.< the trial courts when appa involved I '.r.c. salaries comp.nsU.n I units in Dade governmentS!: i' srsslon may last beyond September 1st which election may br held at the same
que.ton | by A retired or County from line to time following the regular biennial
I session timr the
which direct j J'lr. ( and as next general election anc
a appeal to th'l providr for their NO 12
up. assigned to active government ar.ji I During such extended session no addi- result
the thereof shall determine whrthn
is allowed a matter ol i prescribe their .ENATE
rour a i while Jurisdiction and JOINT RESOLUTION NO 34-XX
receive addi- i iI
right I hal. serving as pnwrrs tional proposed legislation shall br In- subsection ill shall br effective in sucl
t compensation the difference between I I 'Hi May abolish and may provide l a 1 1i j troducrd Lnlrss consent is first obtained county A joint resolution proposing to amend
The .up.m. court may Issue all writs is retirement benefits and the i method for abolishing from time article XVI of the constitution relating
i comprnsaj j to tim I bv a two-thirds i2/3> vote of the mrm- i3i An

necessary of Its or Jurisdiction proper to the complete eiajcise : applicable to such service Salaries of I i, all Srction offices 6 provided for b) Article VIII- I I bers of the House into which it Is sought t slons of subsection) county 'adopting 1' hereof the may provi afln o location of county offices b) adding a

The supreme or any Justice there : I .. judges may br supplemented in any j I Lrgislaturr of the Constitution or by the 1 ; i to br introduced four '14i years return to its former status sew section numbrrrd 4A. providing for
cour i except the Superintendent tiny trials ol civil suits in certain
I' or counties when authorized bv | of Providrd. that the legislature alfo < muilcipaliliK -
may and the
ol may Issue of habeas corpus returnable | Public Instruction : reject provisions ol this ace within
I Judicial officers shall be paid such and may provide lor Pinrllas County
I j br convened in extra session in toe fcl- tlon by the
before same procedure outlined Ir
the the
supreme court or consolidation
any BE
lu.1 and necessary expense as bt transfer of the > BY THE LEGISLA-
may : lowing manner When twenty p- r cent subsection <2i hereof for
Justice adopting
jr a district court ] i functions of such .t'RE
"f th.rrl b.lor. by law offices provided however i20, ol the members of the legislature provisions thrrrol in the beginning OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA

alY Judge thereof or before Section 20 Style of p" cot The stvle I f that thrrr shall br no power to shall execUte m writing and file with the Thai the following amendment to Article

anv Crcui judge i I' I:I al prcTss shall be The State ol Flor- ;j I abolish or impair the Jurisdiction uf thr secretary of .stale thru certificates tnat i cs-I ot the Constitution of the State ol

supreme court shall provide for the | Ca, and all prosrcutinns shall br c Circuit Court or to abolish any othrr conditions warrant the convening of t.ir r.oa 'lorida. relating to the location ot countvilticrs.

ol tao.le to the court having Jurisdiction ') t
any matter subject to review Ih.n the ,' f the State n'l bv general law or the Judges or clerk tary ol state shall within seven i7i SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 703 0 and shall br submtttrd to the rlrc

jurisdiction been of another appellate court has Srl'ol It Rrlerees Any civ-.l ru' hereof although such charter may crest days after receiving the requisite number A Joint Resolution Proposing an Amend bra ot the statr cf Florida for approval -
Improvidently invoked .
) br tried beforr a practicing attorney nrw courts and Judrfrs and clerks thrrrof! of such certificates poll the members m erIt lo Article XII ol the State Constitutlon or rejection at the next general
(CI1" Jmttce The
the chief justice of rrfrrrr upon the applications of th' with Jurisdiction to try all offenses against: oi the legislature and upon the affirma- by the addition thereto ol a new election to br held In A D 5956. that

members supreme ol the court shall b chosen b) the .. and an order from the court in I ordmancrs passed by thr Board of County' tlvr vote of three-filths i35i of the Section lo be numbered by the Secretary I ii lo say that a new section to br numbered

term of cour shall serve lora jurisdiction the USe mat br. auth- Commissioners: of Dade Count and none members of both housrs. shall forthwith ol State Authorizing appoIntment ol the Section 4A. far added to Article XVI

acanc two years In the event of a. | such trial and appcmtir.g such; I j ol the other courts provided for by this i fix the day and hour for convening ol such Counly Superintendent In Duval. i acaI i! the Constitution of the State of Florda. -
a ,
sixty) days successor lor .hal be chosen withIn \, Sd I .. The referee shall keep a complete j I I Constitution; or by general law shall has e calls session Notice thrrrol shall br given .I "ta. Dade and Pinrllas Countirs. .subjrct said new Section 4A to read
a term During a J of the the original jurisdiction to try such Section 4A Civil Jury Trials in Pinei01 -
including referendum
vacancy or whenever the chief case oVd.nc. offenses 1. each member by reglstrrrd mall within to or special act ot the Leg

unable to act for JU'II. u [ *n. and such record sh.1 br filed with I ,I j although the charter may confer appellate seven i7i days after rrcrlvir.g the re- Islature. providing method o! reinstatement Count/ location in certain maniciMMies -
Ju.tice Jurisdiction
longest in fO'Sn papers m the .I office of the on such courts and provided I quisitr number of said certificates The ol County Superintendent uithin laid county Thr Lrglsla-

act shall contnuou as Justice.service and able to ". and thr ca. shal br subject to an ''I j shall'urlhrr that if und home rule charter time for convening ol said session shall BE IT RESOL\ED BY THE LECJI5LATfRE ore may. from lime lo time and as the
idl Cfrr aid | In the manner prescribed by law I any county office or officesI not be less than fourteen 14i days nor OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA wsinrss of Pinellas County may require,

upreme court Uerihatl. Proteit The [ Section 22 Junes The number of ju- J I as authorized herein that said charter morr. than twenty-one 21i days from That Article XII ol the State Constitution irovldr that trial by jury ol all civil suits
appoint clerk and shall
a marshal! .hal hold office a ', for trial of causes In any court may | contain adequate provision for thr the date ol mailing said notices In pur- br amended by the addition ol i properly triablr by jury according 'o law.

the of the court and during fixed by law but shall not be less than carrying on of all functions ol said oflice suancr ol said certificates aff'r' native : nrw section to be numbered by the Ere nay br had and held tn any municipally
plo..ul perform such I or offices
duties as the court Their m any |1 br as are now or may hereafter vote of the membership and noticp the rrtar) ol Statr. as lollows. is hereb- within said county having a popu-
dlet corn I Section 23 Admission and prescrIbed by general law. atlon ol more than seventy-five thou-
pensatlon shall discipline ot legislature shall convene in extra session ag reed to and shall br submitted to thrlectors

shall have .the.power by to.*. The marshall ; The .urrm. court shall has,S i| rach ivili Shall provide a method by whm.i for all purposes as if convened In rrg- ol the state for ratification c. and 75.0001 Inhabitants according tohe
xecule the
process ol the court .". jurisdiction over the admission : municipal corporation In Dade Coun- ular session providrd. howrvrr. that any rejection al the general election In No latest official Census The Irglslviur.
throughout the
and in any slate the practice cf law and the discipline I ly shall have the power 13 make amend I such extra session shall br limited to a vrmber of 1958i nay provide also that the clerk ol any
county mat
deputize the
r a deputy sheriff lot such sheriff \ persons admitted It may provide for j 1 or repeal us own chartrr. Upon adoption period of thirty i39i days Should the i Section -. ill From and alter Jan .ourt or any other court officer withi .
Section i Diafrict courts purpose : agency to handle admissions subject j this home roil charter by the electors secretary of state fall to receive the uary 1. 1957. the county Suprrmtrndrn aid county shall maintain such office-
ot Appeal this
lai Appellate Dutrtctt The state shall I its supervision It may also provide t method shall br exclusive and thr requisite number of said crrtilicites :,- of Public Instruction shall be appoint-' tlthin such municipality and keep sucnDlllcial

e Into three districts 01OOI.UOU. [ the handling of disciplinary m.t.r I Legislaturr shall have no power to amend questing the convening ol an extra MSI b y the County board of public inslruc books and records tbrrrln. as r.u.

dIvide counties a> ;p.lat.! the circuit co-rts and the district !! or repeal the charter of any municipal I son of the legislature within a period tlon: In the counties of Duval. Sarasota >r necessary lo accomplish the purposes

.I.latur.may I of appeal or by commissions con '! corporation. m Dade County. otsixty i60i days after rrcnot of the Dadr and Pinrllas whrrrln the proposltlon if this amrndmrni. provided however

:usclb numorr anil ol members ol the bar to be desig- sill May change the name ol Dade first of said certificates all certificates Is affirmed by a majority vote c hat the principal offices ol such clerks

.., QgOzalu. court of .t.rloa I by It. the supreme court subject to Count) i previously filed shall be rendered null the qualified electors of any such count >r other officers shall not be removed
o organized dltrlct each appellate sb.1 Ia supervision and review I iixi Shall provide a mtUiod for the re and void and no extra session shall te i o r by a special act ot the legIslator rom the county seat

There three Judge of each district : Section 24 Effect of ,.d.eo. of ,.- J call tor ol any commissioner and a mrthod called and said certificates shall not be making the oilier ol County Superintend IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I hose
court appeal b Not than ot judges Any I." reducing thr initiative and rrfrrrndum including used al any future time for the cone: nt ol public Instruction appomtivriji irreunlo set my hand and affixed the

fudges shall consider each. and three 3 of judges of any court shall not 'the initiation of and rrfrrrndum on ordi venlrg of the legislaturr.f To submit the proposition con Great Seal of the State ol Florida a*

concurrence of a shall. the i the term of any judge then In nances and the amendment or revision talnrd; m subsection 1. above, to thrlectors Tallahassee the Capital thli the 6th dav

.. to a decision majority The b nrC..ry .'- lice the home rule Charter provided however'I i a specIal election sf.au br cailr ot Srptembrr A. p 1S56.R. .
court holC at | Section 25 Judicial O'licers 'that the power ol the Governor NOS A. CRAY.Srcretary .
.east one session j O conirrt- and Set I- I' b y ihr county commissioners ot sue.
relating to the
:icia! within ol the place All Judicial orlc.r in suspension and removal county upon the request ot the count of State
the district .
ctrcul wherein ol A Joint resolution to arr. nd
officers provided for proposing
shall be of the in this Constitu board of
here read business s.te COD..rutor public instruction therein whic
to transact tion shall not be Article VII ol the constitution ol the
} impaired but shall ci I- election snail br held within .60
Judges of the sixty
Tr courts of of
ap Section 26 Schedule tend' to all officers provided for state Florida relating to apccrtinnmrnt -
in said I after and
days request the result them
organized hereunder
r"l shall be selectee ot the Senate and Mouse ol
i ill Ths Article shall become eflrctivr 'home rue charter j ivrpresrrtatives -
& followt Between June first and Jul shall determine whether subsection ili
first > ; the first day of July 1957 and shall ibProvision shall br made for the : snail
19S the ; pro- i be elective In such county.
governor BE IT
: i 'lection of the
/l creditors
all of Article of
c. V. and .
super j any govrrnI i3< Any adopting the
persons to serse shal county ;rovisions
each distrir
.JUd. 1 other provisions of I !mental unit which is mrrgrd. THE STATE O? FLORID
any prrsrnt consolidated ol
court of appeal; .h. subsection 'I > hereof may OVId
successors art abolished That ttr following amendment of article 7
: or whose
of Florida conflict here boundaries
fleeted as herein in arr four <4' years return to its former statu
Judgest vn of the of the of
constitution state
T. 'changed or functions
shall take oXce sh.1 then stand repealed or powers trans-: and reject the provisions ol this srctlcby
applDlt astumt :frrredci rrlatirg to reapportionment m
July .2' Until cbnr.d by .as authorized: : 1 the same procedure outlined in sue
Ih'1 on flrst.
lu"o' 1957. and shal This home the state senate and house of rrpresrntativrs -
this rule charter
eerie lor. Term to be designated by tht.rrnor 1' composed .as tl. appllt. districts sh.1 I prepared by a Metropolitan Charter shall Board I be br and the same Is hereby srction >2i hereof for adopting the rr
f( in aicordance visions thereof In the beginning or by
nhrdu.f with the following FIRST DISTRICTThe 'created by the Legislature and shall I be Burred to and shall br submitted to *hr
T. ,ovrrnor 'i-al appoint one electors of the state o! Florida far : special act of the legislature.
'Ldfe :n e.ch district 1st. 2nd 3rd 4th 5h 7th 8th I 1 presented to the electors of Dade Countv -
lor a term !
e ptrlng or rejection at the next general
and 14th circuits for ratification or rejection in the
fir- p.s.nly manner
tie Judicial
: Tuefdav
after a '
1 : the first
Mon : constituted : provided by the Legislature election to be held in 1555. that u to' 509
do in Jar.. Until arome
'. o: his .r). 1953 following the elec.un DISTRICT I rule charter u adopted the Legislai say thai sections 2 3. and 4 of Article SENATE JOIST RESOLUTION
successor at the general Cie.- VII of the of NO. 1201A
constitution the ol
'."n in November The Cth. 9th. 10th. 12th and lIt 11 i t may from tune to time create addltional state
19e which 1 Florida be amended to read Joint resolution to provide for
te iderJiRed JUdi.Sal judicial circuits as present! con- Charter Boards to prepare charters
as Grujp A. one In Section 2 Terms ot mate and haute amendment to Article V of the Con.
_.ch! for Jul. < : I to br presented to the electors of Dadr
.r" TuesJav d.tr a term expiring on the : sttule County for ratification or rejection in thr apportionment o' senate -Thr legislator tution ol the State ol Florida by -ddi.an .

J. "-v lvl alter the flrst Monday in The DIC 1th. and 16th judicial cir- manner provided b) the Legislature Such shall consist of the senate and the house additional section thereto to be (iv

h. ," .> 1010.111 the election of his cults presently constituted Charter once adopted by thr lectors may or reprrsrntativrs. House member s ali t a number by the secretary ol Slate <

11. general elfdlcn In Novembei I ..3Thr of the Article) gov- be amended only by the electors ot Dade serve for a term as provided in Artie." the 8'atr ot Florida abolishing the OI

Tea .' (101 wlch. B' judges shall be ."' I' eligibility: prO'llo for oilier shall not afire:: County and this charter shall provide a III Section 3 hereof and members of: 1 lice of County Solicitor In Dade Count;

Ci-lr. 'oup* a te-n and one Judge la each : right of any incumbent to continue in i method for submitting future charter rev i'- ![ ttt Senate shall serve for a term of foar! : 1 Florida, and transferring the utit

.viesuav I.: ,rr the nut eiplrirg on she a-t : flrt or to seth con i soas; and amendments to the electors' o? <4i years. The election for members rf: t thereof to the State Attorney el U
I>t3 lt..iwit.g inc in .lat i Excep to the extent mconsisten' Dade County the house ol representatives and srna.e Eleventh Judicial Circuit cf Florida ar
election of his rvcc-<- shall br at the same tiT.e and picc! Thri other matters relating i..errtoZc.
-,,: ir : ith the pr"\"O of this Article pro- id' The Count Commission shall co
wr. en s.r..t J-.tf- .; ,.:..-.. -n in : ;vjer of law and ... of court al tort tmur to receive iu pro rata share of i"I i 1 senate shall consist cf one senator *rcn IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIST.
Ilt b ide.itifled as etch of! the stat Florida Thr T UBE OP THE STATE OP
tuup; C 1 the effective date of this Article '131 1 revenues payable by tire state from what county o

Thsuccessors ol ,. in e"ect: until superseded a r.rr source to the several counties and, tl.s'str senate shall br divided into two 2' groups An amendment to Article V of t: I

I f.r dts.nci li.c- -.a Judges of -r'- '.:. ; :*C : :tt r.I.. of Flc-.:a shall pay to the Comm.* by the legislature the :larger group thirty
t-rttj ir.t ., oJ L ap a shall be I It : <5i J"1 o: the district courts ol apal sicn all revenues whicn would have brer: i I four 34' senators to br elected for four a as -iditlonal section thereto tbe

S. .1..i: tie. eir g.-r. !.ra el'\3 their next poe I apj.rtel b) tnt governor stall iae paid to any nunicipalit in Dade Count; I i4i years and the smaller group fourteen I Ij giv,.. u ...iT.arr ty the Secretary t
respective I 14i senators to br elected for i2- S tate c! t. Statr of Ficrida. hercL
Ir' ft !Irtl. date of this Article which ma) be abolished by or in j i two : u .
c'I! years at th* next general election There agreed to ard r,3.i! br submitted to
.. Jtrij i.r.tm Appeals lr ; .6 The supreme :
"m trial | .- alter all senators shil. br elect'-d lor of tt- r-t of Florida for rar
> I < -ptctivditric; c_jris o! *ppta. it-r provided however tar Come...
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a. ; e i. :: : '
.t Ir rw !
!.j..i aroma or ol cs---'v .v.-.i i : causes matter and proceedings 3S.r shall reimburse the comptroller of Flu.-.a. lour i4i year terms I ficatior. or re.e ;...; at the next gencr

!Is : erce to ate Judges i u pending In the supreme court o the for the expense incurred if any. ir. if.: Section 3 Afporf.onw.en ot home rt i election .o be he.d on the first Tuetda;

tp. estate pcrii.nTf and interests -c? f.t.: ., o: 1 '.. date of this Artie.: e : arr Keeping ol separate recoii.- to deui.. ..- eegt'ejeafatiresThe house of represents alter the tin- Monday In November. ISSf

ii.co.Tpr.T.ts. n.i> taken to : J.1- I the Jurisdiction ol such courts 1 the amounts ol money wnich would l.a.: lives shall consul ol one hundred -.-.cmy-i as follows

( ipeal of such D U court .preme court c-.av .. fit No Cat.. been payable to any such municipality live l35i, members and shall be appar- 1 Srction en and after tire fire

..1 from a1! fi- tltrc.! ,"erts a a or matr dec.-i?*: : .' -"' bfer c,";; argued before the su- e- Nothing in tnis section shall lit-I honed b) proclamation of the governs Tuesday after the first Mor.jay In January

,5it \\...tji ....ii ;* : t: n.cur. : --.ali.! be 5 transferred. T. o: restrict tire power of the Legislature t based upon the latest official tensus of i itht 1917 the Statr Attorney of the
aet. > "c. lui '. . entire state oa or before 1 E.cvrr.U Judicial Circuit tn and for Dad:
.annrr OjC tir-.r arc act orc.rto- s.estc Ccurt ; .1 have and .juris- enact str.tr.i laSS slmb i.-.uu,, it.a-.t i. January



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clerk W H.l orirr TO 4ppitn II II' ': 'r ff, r
'it the hon.e of ( I n .. ,
-' w --e the .t'' g. -s rsa'd
Vlaxwvll.!! Tentative: plan., in. 'ild'i' | tilt' aunt wil ,I.1taKfi, as e 'I'
Home Demonstration < rc .J hat an enclosed office .ipaiv ,--d by y u. : j
mg j ". .," 0'r, ,, ,
v is r..r e FIo N- J. .v -- 11 ed"Y<< \ : !
with pethapa desk and t'j:; .. .. .
fac'h Week f r f. \\
) 'e ur rise r.">- : as > 1I <
) Notes 5 writer available for woik, : ."f tii.I CIelk. In the Rr..<1f'r<1 ," '."nt} : J ... :
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by 5 From Hampton w=: OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTHS J.' SEAL Charles
) A.
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;' DOROTHY ROSS 'To Attrnd T of I' Clerk of the Cir--uit ('
1 4 With the University: of Florida Soil Conservation ___ S M 4: : WE CONTRACT FOR
( Home Demonstration Agent j ;, j
,opening this week for the fall! N-E-W-S 'OTl"ITO tl'l'FCR
Circuit Court, llrmlford C'u ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
F.nC 1 meats :semester, four young people from ..
BEGINS gerine, chopped
pecan j In
i cup P.y Bill HaasSoil I: \ 1 : ) : 1 : Chancery.
With the beginning of a new and 1 cup coconut t fresh or dry)I. ; Hampton are enrolled. Miss Bar-: :" : Hamilton Weyant 'rda"f BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
year in Home Demonstration!! Beat egg yolks and sugar to- i bara Matc-hett. 1956 graduate of!I' Conservation Ser\ice John Weyant Defendant.Case Xo. '.\ REMODELING JALOUSIE: roiU'HES
in'' BUS, enrolled as a freshman and tlre T" %npe..rs
work Cook
Mrs. J. Add butter.
Kelly. County gether. i \ ernon frosoy. K r.
inomasj i John J. whose
students include Jay\ :; ; : Weyant
Council president, wishes to invite double boiler until thick. Then I returning \'ernon Reddish and J. T. Quigley' and address is: "207 ; FREE ESTIMATES -
all interested persons toj: add nutri, raisins, and coconut. | Aldeman, James H. Langley and I used the Districts rotocycle mow- '' Indwell New York.
IEvangelktic | ( are h"r..h11I1I1..ti
attend meetings of the Home ; Mix well. Spread on layers of I Wayne Matchett. T. Vernon Crosby mowed the i fur divorce\ W. L. THIGPEN JR.
Demonstration club closest them. cake. (Add, diced maraschino :; Course j jAt I pastures of'Lucian Conner and B.I been filed against yo,/.i in
\ named Court and cau--e
At present clubs are located at cherries for color, if you wish). | Haptist Church 'jj\ Thomas mowed his newly are required to serve a Phone 297-J Starke Fla.
Brooker Household, Hints Tonight, Friday, closes a four-: plant-I I answer or pleading to
Mrs. Lottie Edwards, j I (le Coastal Bermuda pasture and nn the pUintiff' Route 2, Box 213D;
president: ; Heilbronn, Mrs. A. C. To avoid scratches on your I night course in soul-winning at i t sure made the coastal show up. ,: nol'Ht., If : Pr: .f.''--:
Church. Meetings '. !:, Jacks .:,\ ::111': 2. l":,
best china, Baptist -
Ellis, a napkin Hampton
president; La'teIrs.. J.:. put paper ,'ernon Reddish used the mower to : I :
J. Whelan. president; and the ,, between plates and saucers whenstoring. !I have been at 7:30: p. m. on ,,'Ut down the weeds in his pastures:
state Farm, Mrs. H. J. Kucera I Monday, Tuesday, Thursday j I on. the Bayless Highway. Mr. :
r resident. Make scatter safe and nights this week, with the pastor.i '
I rugs i Quigley used the mower to mow 1
The main emphasis the first .kid-proof by painting the backs j] Marvin! Faile: Mrs. H. R. COOt! he weeds at his place near I: I: : : Front R01M Seats.
and Louis Prevatt
half of the ear will be one; with a special rubber plastic i man, as ]ileilbrar.n Springs. : .
(Iothm Subjects for the club'programs liquid. sold in hardware stores. ers. :
I i ; I
are: September, Select-i! Rubber tacks fastened to the ; Xext week's calendar for the! Robert Murray, biologist for the'
ing colors best suited to the individual bottom of a meat or bread board'' Baptist church includes two meetings 1 Florida State Came and FreshWater i! TELEVISION
for the \VMU week of thanks to the magic of
; October information on will keep it from sliding. prayer Fish Commission, visited I : [
fabrics and finishes, and the care Planting a sinressum of blossoming for state missions, on Monday '. R. Ferguson's farm to look at
makes the flower and Tuesday Sept. 17 and 13, ate I
ol material; November Christmasgift plants he wildlife food plantings. Fergu'on t
r.'iggestions; December, family garden a continuing pleasure. the church at 7:30: p. m. Mrs. : planted shrubs lespedeza and '' .
Charles Hicks is in the I /
charge of
Christmas how
parties; January. I Cartridge peas for quail feed. ?
to take body measurements; vvvTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTT'HAMPTON', program Hurray stated that Ferguson's i ; : + I

February, how to alter patterns; i Mrs. Versie Barnes and Mrs. ]Wanting; of shrubs lespedeza is one ) 4 .. -: /
March, how to mark, stay stitch. ; Dan Johnson will be hostesses for J ,of the best he has seen in .the Ifeats.

place and cut a garment. Actual the regular monthly meeting of State. Murray went on to say that I t ;; Sports spectacles. .\Vorld Series .; ;
construction at workshops will, I' the WMU at the Johnson home
By Mrs. D. E. hillUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI Ferguson should have plenty of'
include putting in zippers, cover- Thursday, Sept. :20, at 7:30: p. m. ;' classics. : !
birds coming to this food Strip .gridiron /.
belts, buckles, buttons, bevel !II Mrs. Frankillkims 1 his: winter I. l

reams. interfacng and seam I I I. Kli-ction:. Business :i iAt Named l>'f.\ President '' : elections Yes..fall is TV's big ,
fmir.Vs. In April members will Council :MeetingChecking ] Mrs. Frank Williams was elect- Complete soil and water conservation -I I /
wear a dress they made to the qualified candidates: ed PTA president for the cur- farm plans were deliveredto :; | i thrill season. Better sets, "

club meeting. | for city offices, and checking the! tent school year at the initial V. R. Ferguson. Henry Laport.

Those who find it impossibletc register of city voters took up I II meeting at the Hampton School Lunz Starling, and A. J. Barry.r.'n.! more stations, mean better
;attend club meetings are invited I most of the business at last week's'| auditorium Tuesday, Sept. 4. Henry is using Coastal Bermudaand

to visit the Home Demons- ,I I city council meeting at the city, Mrs. M. L. Pac'kham, outgoing white clover for his pasture : i shows. wider variety. .
tration office in the court house hall Tuesday night. I president and Mrs Janie H. Xoe, grasses. Dr. Barry plans to plant

annex for assistance or information The council also voted to have I secretary-treasurer. I ,some quail food strips next spring.I : : I and front row seats are _'
from the agent. I the Bradford County mosquito!; Approximately 20 parents and' came upon Lunz hoeing, and he l x, iw
Japanrif Fruit CakeAt ;i spray unit to spray the town of i: teachers present voted to establish -\ stopped and pointed over to an- : i yours for only pennies! a aI at

the Henry Sapp family reunion Hampton this month a $10 revolving fund for, other field where one of the boys,
dinner last year Mrs. Mattie The State Road Depaitment school lunches, to be "borrowed I Ii was turning some ground. "I'm ; !

Ellis \Vorthington Springs I has been notified of damage from i from" to pay for lunches when' plowing up that carpet grass to >.
brought a delicious, Japanese Fruit i rains, caused by clogged storm i children are late in bringing their' plant Pensacola Bahia." he saidCarpet .

Cake which was enjoyed by I drains, on the main street. The j own money. This will enable records !grass just don't make beef
everyone who ate a piece. Mrs. State Road Department is responsible -, to be kept up-to-date and like Pensacola." I
Ellis is willing to share the re- 'I for those on the main I I accurate, without teachers haying -'|, I II II r0 .-- y \
cipe with others. You too will street since it is a state high-i to pay for their student's f..V....... I
like it! ( lunches. i ROOT FOR THE HOME TEAM !
way.Discussion I rI
Keripe of office space for Refreshments were served in HIGHLAND' ,
Bake two or three layers of I city business transactions followed the school cafeteria, by Mrs. ':> I
your favorite plain cake. Use the I other business although no specific Floy Sullivan. Hostesses for the I ,I'
following for the filling: 8 egg I plan was adopted. At present October meeting will be Mrs. II By Mr. Lacy NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ; I .

yolks, 2 cups of sugar. 1 cup of the records are stored in ai I Packham, Mrs. James Gnann, and i I
raisins 1 cup butter or oleomar- I i filing cabinet in the city hall and Mrs. Hersey. I I
I 1'ersonaUMr. I The Oscar Vansants of Callahan .
\ "" \ : attended church here Sunday' .
and Mrs. Brown and'''
Emory and visited the W, C. Haidees. II
| son and Mrs. T. F. Brown of] I
See BILLY JACKSONFOR Mr. and Mis. Floyd Norman '1
dinner Sat-I '
Hampton were guests and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moseh
with Mr. and Mrs. I
urday evening |
of Jacksonville were weekend I
Frank Brown i in Jacksonville.Mr. I guests of the I.. M. Normans.Mr. i :

TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING and Mrs. Gordon Weest of i I and )[rs.1.. L. Thompsoi I 1 ,'
Miami were overnight visitors i: and George Griffis of JacksonvilU!e :
i; Monday with Mrs. T. F. Brown. i visited the Lacey Normans Sun
And All Type Tractor Work I I ;
The Weests were enroute to Atlanta day afternoon. Other Sunda : \

PHONE 165W. Ga. to attend the funeral! guests of the Normans were Mi I I : 1 t
of Mts.Ceest's mother. I and Mrs. 0.V.. Marr of Mimms S a
Mrs. Lonnie Melton and daughter and on Thursday afternoon Mr ::1
Joyce were Jacksonville visitors and Mrs. G. L. Sapp of Heilbrom I!

Sunday. jI j were guests of the Normans.Mrs. i, l
I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sarah and Ellen Normal I i
MC\la-1 1
I hone and son of \' were in Jacksonville on busines! !
this week in i
1 spending Hampton i iI Thursday.The ,
.. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smiths of Soutl I 1 i %,ar +anr 1 ""S .
1 Jr' I M. Watterson.. ] Carolina were home this weekend l : J:, ] ,

t ,_ I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cannon left ;' Edwin Griffis of South Florid a I : ] .
) last weekend for Paducah, Ky., was the weekend guest of hi: !
!I i'/1' to be with Mrs. Cannon's sister,|' mother, Mrs. Callie Griffis. .
1 i who is in critical condition after Mrs. Margie and Ann Roisei

r I an automobile accident. 1 and Mrs. M. L. Thompson of Jacksonville I

'i i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Colbun I visited the Lacey Norman;S ,
of Harve de Grace, Md., called on I'1 Saturday afternoon.Mr. I
Mr. and Mrs. \\'. W. Hammond in and Mrs. Vernon Griff i 5 ,

a Hampton Sunday. I I and their baby of Jacksonvill e f .. 1,0w
9 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starlini: I w
anti Mrs. D W. Swindell of Hampton I and children of Heilbronn wer'e','
visited relatives at Bed- weekend guests of the Albei t

forii Lake Snday. Normans. !,
The Raleigh Brannen familyand I Don't forget church and Sunda: o. ri

Mr and Mrs. J. J. Brannen school. Come over and worshi;pi i 'r ar r tr l tlraa sass.tt ./ tl a.. R%
.drove to Lake Butler Sunday to with us if you like a good olcountrv ,((1't' ( tan.trsrrs ;

visit Frank Brannen. I church.

Attending a fish fry Saturday I i ( r jeILji Ij
evening at the Frank Williams / .YI/nAriNHAr;NIM.jjK

home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dur- THE RIGHT POINT for th
They re improved ant: in::.rae t::! I
ban and and Mr. and Mrs
sons way you write. Come in and !s<'- N
1 Fay Durban of Lawtey: Mr. andi legit your fa\orite ESTEKBUO.O1: Lightweight Champ Cameo Carrier
; Modern Safe co i I Mrs. Raymond Williams of Jack- Fountain 1'en. TELEf.KAI'II.
sonville:: Mr. and Mrs. George Williams -

and son. Howell; Roy Morgan They the Champs-
saves you moneyNow i and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wil-

modern as the car you're I i Hams Mr. ana and children Mrs. Lee of Cmft Hampton and for Style for Work. .for Savings I
buy auto as
you con family moved to Jacksonville UM t

dm S.\FECO, the famous ate driver insurance plan. I week from Hampton whentliev
ing had been living for the last t .,.>'. ? From every angle from You get the mot modern truck V8 Ball-Gear ering. work styling t Plus
Selected risks,streamlined underwriting, automatic renewals! and I tral weeks. Mr. anti :Mr (' F going.' (Standard in man middc-! (Chevrolets\\ low price and hard-
i low first cost right on .
tlevtronic: accounting-all these improvements save real money I I Harlow have moved from! tinN:- weights and all heavies; optional at earned reputation for economy. We'll

for \ou. The facts about SFECO1llleally surprise you. ram Wynn house into the set i ton, Chevy's far and away your extra cost ;in other modcb.\ ) be glad to arrange a demonstration,
1 house vacated by the Cioitsj [
Your SAFECO agent can show you how this modern, money'ating I I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Day "t P'! ,m' best truck buy! You get HighLcvelcniilation, cither at your place or ours!

City have been visiting this \\ tvkI
; m>uran 'also! gives you bet t available protection, 24-hour, I
I with the C. P. \V'adstvorthsMr.
nationw ide claims,other important adantages.. 1 and Mrs. Stockton Milton

i lof Macclenny visited Sunday af-
Ask him about! SAFECO, today.H. w- '" Heavyweight Champ
ternoon with Mr. and Mrs H. B
Middleweight Champ
Wiggins and Mr. and Mis George prest.o.litehilevel )

saEECI Williams.

: C. \Wall Agency j Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lucas and 1 I

children of )[a.'t'iIle"Ple Saturday -.
t supper guests at the Avon
ti I Phone: 146 Slades. I
Visiting at the G C. Cox home
200 E. Call Street earlythis week was their son and Proved by rugged

family Mr and Mrs. G. C. Cox 2millionmiletest
Starke Fla.
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liy .Mrs. J. I. \trickluadr I ,!,

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ir?- Smith anti Harold Tui-
Jacksonville WE'reith U I .
:Hoi: ;; ;
.- .,'1 t IMC morning sen ices at th>
<'. iHill!! .hurch Sunday
:MiGeitie Faircloth had asI I
her daughMis -,
d I nni I guests Sunday
..' : : Katie Bowens and H.I I
Jacksonville, alsc '
llo l kui-: from i|
of ;, r
Mi and I Mrs. Ernie Padgett
'! vlI
Maxille.. /
:Mmnif GIRT and sons Billy and'!
hband Mrs Georgie Strick- Ii I
Un pent the afternoon with J. L i,1I',' i
stnrklinds Sunday. i'j[

CViv:=Sumof Hill church the folks attended from the the'Ii, TORNADOES vs. MACCLENNY 1

Boule- ,I
l.h: try at the Jacksonville ,
\ii"l l hutch last Friday night. All e I I II
back to another fish :
ce' .tuited I i
of Sept. 21.
f' \ t tile evening Ii ,
The associational sing was held ill ill'It '
church Sunday
Clay 1111; I ;I'
')'h.! -' ;attending from
s crowd was present:, ,,''i'iIt
Mi was:; large Homecoming day at Clack ,, ': I: e em er l

t'i fkVe will have the sing at i' 1-1'
Clay Hill on Oct. 11. All are incited -: III : ,
to attend. i! t
Padgett is on the sickI:1 i
Yougan and l was unable to attend I' ;

n i'hui LOIS sprained< h services England leg. Sunday.and is suffering some of with the BRADFORD PARK 8:00: P M f :

other children have severe
and! missed Sunday School and I I
(hunh Saturday night and Sun-I i',,,'I''I'I' '

day.We night were when dissappomted the Rev.Saturday Mr- -..-.-.-.--.-..-.-,-.-,-..-..-.-..-..-,-,-.- -,-.-.- -.-.-,-..-.:, ADMISSION tI -.- -.-- -.--.--,--.- -.-.-.-.-.-- --'-'-:, i;;,,'.:''II

to preach I .,
Fewox failed to come I I

hearing fur us, him.we Our looked pastor forward, the Rev to Home Games : Adults $1.00 High School Students 50c I Out-Of-Town Games 1 I II ,

Lane, held the services.Mr. Fewox We have way I I Elementary School Students 25c I .'

not nut learned present.We .why I I September 15 Macclenny In Starke !I September 21 -- Monticello Away Ij

will have Rev. Herb Higdon I I
with us next Saturday night ,I j October 5-. P. K. Yonge In Starke I September 28 -- Open ,
Sept I;'. all are welcome. 1 I

our PoeJ speaker W.Saturday Davidson night is ,to SI'Pt'l be October 26.. Perry In Starke $ October 12.. Palatka . .. Away I I II J 1
22 his We two understand daughters to he sing is to and we I November 2 -. Seabreeze In Starke I I I October 19-. DeLand . 'Away"l i
expect a crowd to be present for 1
this service. 1 November 21 .. Green Cove In Starke j November 9.- Ketterlinus - Away 1 1J !
Rel'attE'rson from Jacksonville 1,1
Boulevard church will preach 1 J j November 16 .. Santa Fe . Away I ;:p.i :;.,;::11

Sept. 29.Homer. Smith from Buford, S. ------.---.-,--,-..-.-.-.-.-..-.- -.- -.-- -- -'.' ,.,__._,_,____._v_.__._ -.--------.- --- -'.. "
(Q) 1,1, ;,'
C formerly of Highland preached
morning. Mrs. Smith and !,I'I'
him.Shirley We invite attended all of church these. folks with I;, i1ll i1llIlil;';'1

to be with us again. I il'1 IlilBest !!
r I
August :I, 13:6riL ::11
Sealed Bids will FOR be nuts received by t Wishes to the Team Mow 'Em ])0\\n. Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes ith your presence !

the Starke City at Council the City of Hall the In City P.M.Starke.of I G. J. McGRIFF DOYLE E. CONNER GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES /';
Florida, until 8:00: o'clock
I ii
Tuesday. September IS. A.D. 1956 ,,
at which time and place all bid* I Ircl'lved Mercurv. & General Electric Insurance & Real Estate Your Friendly Norge Dealer Ii J.! :
will be publicly opened and I":,'
r.a.l aluud. on the following: I Majtag ;
Appliances Coleman Heaters and :
7.500 to 10.000 Lbs. of Chlorine I 1:1:
in 150-Lb. Cylinders. 12: Months "JII
supply delivered to Starke, Kla. I Floor Furnaces We sen ice all makes ,I!;
The said City reserves the right
to a. Sept or reject any/ or all bids. + !
PITY OF STAUKC, FLORIDA I Bring Home the Baron, Bo\s! Go; Get; 'Em Tornadoes II I,
By Carl Johns City Clerk ,

FOR DEPENDABLE : lill A Good; Team Like the Tornadoes 1:1':1: ':
I Desenes) Your Support : !
Termite Control ,
i Western Auto Associate Store !i''!
11111 Compliments t Of) I
Household & Commercial I :il
f Ken foody Out For Toni ht's lame: I
1'cst Control iill' STARKE HARDWARE CO. (

Grove SprayingCall Warren's Super Shell Station ':, ;
SPORTING I>> GOODSSupport i"11 i"11I i'
FU. 6.6033 : Iii i Rest Wishes:. to the Team I :

Florida Pest Control ANDREWS MOTOR CO. hi!

& Chemical Co. : III I5e.st Wishes to the Team It
the Tornadoes with i
jour presence I I
24 X. W. 16th Ave. i ROBERTS JEWELRY M
Gainesville, Florida i I..1'.1'I 'j' HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. yon: FRIENDLY JEWELER
Support the Tornadoes with your presence ,I'd,

COLONIALFLORIST ,! Compliments OfT Compliments Of !! ;I';


:,[rll SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTS Best Wishes From ;I:':;!

Phone 121 Starke. Ila. : !
;\ Ue.st t Wishes t to the TeamFAULKNER'S FURNITURE CO. '
PHONE 218 !III'j I.

( ) j.1 Compliments Of .'., i I
FLOWERSFor Rest Wishes Team
All Occasions p 1:1:;:, THE FARMERS SUPPLY : i
: The House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's :
DISH GARDENS ::;::1 R'c re Proud To 15e Tornado HooMeis: I
:i!"il Leading Jewelry I ;. ;t
: Onward Tornadoes! .
Flowers IJ'iredAnywhere -) Gib Brown's Service Station Compliments Of "" ,i

Come on out and hoov our team GOLD :'

Nona St. Starke Jest Wishes From"Where
The Pecan Tree Grows.:
-/':.. .....,."fr -.-.. .. .- ,"'..<..... {I I THE BROWN DERBY Support the Tornadoes; withour presence ",'

__ Ii Volley & Market
{ 1 i Starling's Grocery

Let's I Fill the Stands for Toni ht'.s Game; ; !
Wash Your Clothes
"j S. R. JOHNS GROCERY Compliments Of i

9 I'oundsFor '.!".I.Iill.. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. Be present tonight to cheer our boys to I ,::,

40c! :ijlll! Victory :I"I;'

',ip! 15et t Wihhes From FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY ':;!i
FREE Bleach If lesired! I.I'I.; I BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE Rest Wishes Team ,<;;!


We Will I Best:. Wi.shs Team il I'ij W
"Your Friendly Jeweler"Best ., I
Dry Your Clothes i ij| Compliments Of CONWAY SERVICE STATION II;
For 20c !"/I I SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP At Union Bus Station ir 11"1 M,+

In New Automatic Driers! i
'1, Wishes Of
J'U' m
"ilhj I Best Wishes Of K. & J. TRUCK TERMINAL Le4s Support the Tornadoes [I'

The Washeteria :!II: Edwards Grocery & Market Garage & Restaurant HART FURNITURE CO. I!

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Inupto" Ave Berkeii;' 111i!

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED !s. Mandy Manning.Mr .., il':; i i
L \ and Mrs Ray Davis r.v.lted iI
STATE of the f.iii.i: "- i ". i I
!::.! I Mis. El tie B.nt- i I
.ICHtJIlCEEI By Ozora J. Shell and family recently.! ,ill! like to eVfi; A. >::: ,

: | ; The James Waters tanuly were Ily Janet Turner : Mr and Mis I..1 >.\ .,' r..<'> j I
a..u..w.Auu..11 I Phone 135; i
oteiested evening guests of Mr \'" mov : heie :'! ;. ,! :'i"i\ )

- N>w ;MushSpecialist: to enrolL! Most of the Mr. Mrs. D. Iliggmbotham in .AAAA .A..AAAAA. It. o M- ?\\ m ..,. I- i i.t' .. ..t'.- I

On !,,'pt.| 10. Mis Mary Kathe- 1 persons so:: far are ROJt'an'et- : : \' :: 'i !ir\' 1\I'1 i t
visiting: ; i i1 !J"
Mrs: J E
Presbyterian Church St. Edward's Churchi I i\n was lured to replace Earl E 'erans operating on public law- at the We are sorry to report that Lee Hit.hitxk : !

i i Mmott ior ountv-wide music intiwtor 550. The is confined to his home this week alter spending: !! I
program is open to all .
s.pnrta Sund.i. -. hUll. 9:4: ;, i i \ Mass at 9 15 a m. .- in the sho 4s. Mrs. Huff i i. ]persons young or old and is free Mrs. 't' pneumonia. We hope for two months with het .. .

:i. Morning worship! "The, Holy day masses, 6.30 a. m. and I II guests a speedy GOT A
I is from Jacksonville and is a
(nmtian Home," 11 a. m.; youth ![ 3:30: a. m.Children's. native of Tampa and Hillsborough i I fee Enroll now and improve your State Jimmy I \ Party I Pa. ;I

6 : Catechism Class each County.She ability to be a better citizen. Miss Joy Ann Starling releI -
: 'Uow hips p. m.; evening wor- 1
of] Mrs. S. P. Ruckel: and COLD
her thirteenth \
,IIIP, "God's Plan For M-an," 7:30: Wednesday at : p. m. comes to us highly trained. 1 Register ISefore Ot t. 6 birthday
He stone Mrs. i I a party at the home of her of San Diego. Calif. have 1
n m ; TuesdayJoint meeting o[ ) HeightsAt with a rich background of experience Accordmg to Mrs. Marion Cros- -/
.tiers; and deacons, 7:30 p. m.tnesday .; ( St. Wdliam's Chapel) I If in the field of music, art 1 by many of our people have not ; I :Mr. and Mrs. "Steve Star- to spend several weeks .t't'J"1"! f __ ;4
Follow Everett Jr.. last Friday afternoon. parents. Mr. and Ms.- ..I.\: : _
( 21 St.
\\ ., Prayer meeting 7:31in : I IIiway south to and English. She has studied at !j i i regIStered and cannot vote. We'/' fill
ThursdayJunior choir I William's Sign.) ]Florida Normal & Industrial ,i i''urge you to go to the county :I friends helped to ley.
Sunday Mass S a. m. !1 by this a happy of occasion for Mr. and Mrs. L. Puiiii n l symptomatic//
.IMC: tire, 3:30: p. m. Memorial College. St. Augustine. courthouse and register before: 6 66
Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. Advent their weekend guests Mt RELIEF'LUTHERANS
and Columbia University New i, I the books close on Saturday Oct.
day Mr and Mrs. J. P. Moore and R. R. of Hamme _
Confessions before Masses.
all Gordy _
York City Her experience has; <6rs.. Crosby has pointed out
The TabernacleAssisting I
At :in of Dundee were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. .
| been in the public schools of Hills-:; I the fact also that manof our and A.

in the morning wor- I St. Mark's Episcopal :, borough County and a Catholic j teachers 1 have I'egisterect'bul fail Mrs The ;::.guests of the Wilmot and Drew Roberts, all! of

siui hour at the Tabernacle last !j Rev Raymond F. 31ar lain ,i school center in Chicago. j I to vote. She is asking all Peg, Mrs yille.Miss
: Ir. and Mis. Ed Carter had
Sunday were Fred Sacher musical She is accomplished in piano,| 'istered persons to please vote. i inirlhI.I 1 Jane Richarde of
'1 Services at St. Mark'3 'Our national election will takeI day Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs yule spent the weekend Lutheran Services
I" e tor Mrs. Sather, pianist, and EPiscopal// organ and violin an.l feels opti- /
tits Florence Hippie, harpapho-,j I (Church will! be as follows mistic over the possibilites of i I j 1 place on Tuesday O6. and it i Valenti of Jacksonville! parents. Mr. and Mrs Being Planned
1 I Church The !j Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carter Rw'hardei .
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. I' 'is your Democratic responsibility i
mst The special musical numbers ]band in the near future at RJEfor I Ifanulies.
I|!! School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. I | 'to be a good citizen by taking' and ] ,j Clay Hill. \ Brant Tuineipent: the All Intere..
i iso included a vocal solo by Mrs. ; the benefit of the entire coun-j' i te(1 I IUI ht", .in..
Milo Smith of Lawtey. and a dueth' Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30': (ty. Mis. Huff has three children ,i i' time to register and vote. !j \'. and Mrs W L. Baggett of end' with iuut.nuli ithei ,,, ( Al.l. :! 1-\\

: Mrs. Johns and Mrs. Kessler. .i;, l p.m. Y. P. S. L. i ii i |two girls and one son. her husband I Drher's Licenses ; on i I Worth Texas were recent Tinner, in I.ik. I'i: itle: Mrs ChtMi-r hood

i i Wednesday: "::3r pm. Litany I'' | is employed! by the Atlantic I Judge T. A. Yawn is asking all c< :j I of her mother Mrs. A. II Mi.C M e.-i: ii..l : t : !151: ; \\ Madison StroftALVAREZ'

AIU I'AUK : and Meditation; 8pm. Choir Coast Line Railroad. I j persons to get drivers licenses be- I versary. j! Y Sr. While here the fann-!: Sien' ; Satunli.: .\ :t t'!: :nci !'. :

IJAITIST CHURCH i I Practice. I II 1TA President Ite.ignsMrs. ,fore' the deadline Sept. 30. You i iI lightful j! a reunion at Strickland,
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday j Vance ; on Kingslev Luke Those I
I 'have a little over two weeks to I
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn :11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30: a. m. I Sophia Royal was reelected St. :\ were Mr and Mrs A. H .Men's ClothingE.tabliMJied
president of the RUE PTAI'j 'avoid paying a fine and having i I I STORE I i,1 i,1I ,
:ng Worship services 11 a.m i!awaits everyone II i iI added' headaches worries. Be Mott a : j, Jr.. and Mr and Mi.Al 1S91 ::1'I
':I for about the 10th year but reSigned and I
Training Union 6:45 p.m. Evening I i I Io I II and | III of Staike. Mi 'and! I
at the meeting last week. i !sure to take your old license with '
service 8 pm. Come and rumen or GOD i ; tens of S C. Harley andon. of
I I She presented the school with a, I you in order to get the new one. '
worship with us School 10 IomI i The fee is still 123.: :' and : Mrs. Martha :\1111'llr,
Sunday a. m. beautiful large family size pulpit
I I I ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Ii j i bible! which was monogrammed in i I Ij Bradford (Count.' Hospital !., Ji ]I Mrs. N. B. Blocker anl sons
('URlI; OK niuisT |!'i Evening Service, 7:45; p. m. YPEj j ]large gold letters: "R. J. E. School I 1: Our sick at the Bradford County the ,| Jacksonville Harley and Mr family: and Mr Mi.H and! COlD WATER WASHAND
'Sen'ice'ednesday. .:4j p. m. : from Sophia Royal president of Hospital include : Elizabeth
C. L. O\rrturf Jr., :Minister I Claude :| ; D. B. Harley and family
| Meeting Friday, 7:15 I i I
i Prayer p PTA. i Crum, Geneva Miller of Savannah, "
m'l was and Mrs J. \\ Gas-kin: and
Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. LAIEV The acceptance of the gift svaamade : 'Georgia and Ross Chandler. We that all
(I Reand Mis. W L
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning I
by her daughter-in-law. Leona ;are asking all persons to rememI dren I
Reand Mis J.
Worship 7:30: p. m. i Worship. 11 a. m. YPE Service her these in and. ,I E
M. Eddie persons prayer
: Royal. Principle Mr '
Wednesday' Bible Study 7:30r. !i Saturday, 7:30: p. m. iI I' Thompkins was presiding and declared -I other expressions of sympathy j- .' and Mrs.. and J. W.son Edwards of Starke and RINSE!

the house for the There are other "shut-ins" butyour !!I
mRadio i open ; the E '
( of Daytona. and Mrs. A.
program "Old Patha"each iiFJLBRONNB.II'TIST 1 II election of a president. IrIari-: editor is not aware of them
Sunday 9 a. m. StatioWD'II. I CIIURCII on Dell was elected bv a majori-!kindly send this information in Mr ,.I Harley Sr.
i I family Milton Clarke of Macclenny
!1 t while Lennon and we will be glad to publish it.Urlta .
tv vote
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- i) Levy was Mrs. !I the D. B. Hhomas family s Ax
I NEW ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: !';' elected vice-president in the absence Sigma i Zl'ta.Ict.t: spent : Sunday.
KIIEKBAITIVT of the incumbent. Miss The Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter
p.m. Preaohing 7:30 p.m. Prayer day Luther Billiard family andI
CIIUItCllSunday I II officers : of Zeta Phi Beta held I
Ethel Singleton. All other Sorority
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. i, ; Hicks I : Steve Starling Sr. Satin -
I Dell] I their first for 1906 at spent fatIiiitr"
Mrs. ; ;
will remain the meeting
same. (
School, 10 a. m. Wor- Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. i i t I j i ito ) Jacksonville with Mrs
iI accepted the position and is asking the recreation center in Gaines- I II
ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service I :Mrs | Wainwright and dauqh-
i iI all and friends of ville. The local members are
7 p. m Prayer Meeting each KUURl-.EN I .
in 1
RJE consolidated school to standby 11 Maurice Jenkins White, Gramma- dren I I I ) s sL. sa
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone. BAPTIST Cllt'R'IIi I It i !
i I her and make this a banneryear. tens and Ozoia Shell Anti-Ba- : and !I [is." Gwen Rauleiaon was the
welcome.L. L. Parker pastor.1 t Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- sileus A rush party is being Sr. dinner guest of Miss

KIXGSLEV ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: The first project will te to raise planned by the chapter to encourage Rev. < Thomas in Starke. "
LAHK ,jp.! Preaching 7:30 m. Prayer more to became the Ir. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of
IISsIOX.JtYl'TIST m. p. approximately $150 to completethe persons I I I
!! Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. payments on the stage curtainin I "Gieeks." The slogan of this soro- i: Fred Augustine were weekend guests j L.

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- i I II I the cafetorium. lily is "Finer Womanhood." The Rev Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dmkins. |

ing Worship 11 a.m. EveringService \\oom.\n-X MISSIONARY I In.I'TIST .The next meeting viEt be on October meeting will be held in and I [r. and Mrs. Frank Sweat and now'yours automatically!
7:30 CHURCH Starke the home of Supervi-; ests I of Jacksonville! spent Sunday
p.m. Prayer Meetinr at
j Wednesday oct. 3. Mrs. A. G. ;
each i! I Mott in i the Carl Carter family. i
Wednesday 7:30 [ sor Shell.
p.m. Everyone -'
welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, );' 10 a in Sunday School, 11 a.m i( Moffett was elected as assistant Marshall I lLe\ites, :Meeti 1 The I'' Harry Wilkersons went to MAYTAGAUTOMATIC
to Mrs. -
pastor. 'preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:43 prayer secretary i Rev. A. R. Randolph, supervisor J. ] Wales on Friday and
service 7 o'clock services. for this term. The PTA dueswill ;
song 1: still be 5ft cents per month. 1 of the Sons and Daughters of Mr. I Mrs. Katie Padgett home
SKAKVTII DAY Levite is asking all members to I them.
(1ml"TI.'IIna11 any member who wishes to paydues
.\nn XTlsT CllnCIIt'n'lct's for the entire year will begi'l'n meet at Allen Chapel Sunday at The )j' Ir. and Mrs. Douglas Jones rltt.Mr

!-; each Sabbath In the I Key. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor > a citation for meritoriu j 2 p. in. for a very important guests i daughters were shopping in

Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morning service. In an effort to raise the meeting Please be present and on Day :mvil1e last Saturday.
home of S. X. Brown
across from Worship, 11 a. m. Youth j I time for this urgent business'meeting. Mr.
l one SI00 as soon as possible Kelly returned Satur-
Bethel 1
Baptist Church east ofStarke. I visited
) t' .
Sabbath School 2 Church 6:30 p. m. All young' are asking all members to payat llev after spending three weeks
Bibi.- p. m. people invited. least $5 which will be creditedtoward (r Yoimg Mother: Dies and Ed Mott in Maplewood. N
Study each Wednesday, I On Funday Sept. 9 the funeral r '(' ;
7 :'SO(( your dues and your names ur."i All modern fabrics love coldvalcr
p. m Arden :Mote pastor. |' eilv :\ .l"i
T'of Alverta Wheeler held at
will be engraved in gold on !!! '. and Mrs. G. W. Robert.- some can't be washed safely
CllUlvri CHURCHBible honor scroll at RJE. Plan nowto ( Macedona Baptist Church.Hampi The j Sunday guests of Mi and without it. saves ironing too'That's !
I cIain
School 10 ', be an engine in your PT.and ReJ..hnson offil'ialing. Al-1' : George Roberts .!:' in _t because those wonderful
FRIGIDAIRETHE a. in. Morning week Lois
not a caboose. Mrs. Marion Dell veita died on Tuesday a ago (! \' "' new man-made fabrics are he.u-
Worship 11 a. m. Evening Serv-f[ president, Muss Francis Jenkins after giving birth to twins a girl Mr. 1 sensitive But why wash them by
ice. 7:45: Christian Endeav-1' i lr. and Mrs. Ili.-mie K'l Cs:
BEST-KNOWN : p. m. reporter. and boy. The twins are doing fine. and Mr. i hand when you can do them automatically -

NAME IN ELECTRICHEFIUGERATION 01 Friday, 7:30:: p. m.i'UnclI \\aterouk 1T.V Furvivors include her mother and were the last Joe Browns. !in We-- j and safely, in the new

According to President Beatrice father the Hagans of Hampton on Sunday : MAYTAG All-Fabric Automatic, by
I OF JESUS 'IIRIST DeSue the call meeting of sisters, brothers and a host of Mr Warren who usa< ,itior- pressing the "COLD" water button
RANGES LATTKK DAY SAINTS J| Wateroak PTA Thursday other relatives and friends. of I with'his patents. Mi and II. (Choice of hot or warm too, for

WATER HEATERSAIR 1 Services each Sunday In old'the not well attended. It is Home Again the R. E. Wanen, was in Stuait tm' regular fabrics.)
night was '
CONDITIONERS Masonic hall on E. Call St. Sun important that a meeting beheld Sgt. and Mrs Arthur Broxton j 1, Miss I weekend and brought lu- -i1luIa'

WASHERS & DRYERS | :lay School W a. m. Sacrament at once so that Principal are home after a year in Leoministt'r -,, )' home after she had visited

I Service 6-30 p. m. Everyone wel- Roberts can set up on the school Mass and Canada. Sgt ing \' : her parents. Mrs Warren
Get The ResT For Less I come. lunch and milk program; for thechildren. Broxton will be on a 30 day leave \Ir. and fall.her b..olher111 enter FSU

AtSmith's The next regularly after which he will report for The Own It For As Little As
mTIIEL \1 rs. Willis Starling and son of
I scheduled meeting will be Monday overseas dutin: the eastern occupational $2.50Per
I visited
BAPTIST CHURCH zone. Allen Chapel Mr.( :Mr. and Mrs. H Week

GarageFRIGIDAIRE Sunday school 10 a. m. Preach I Oct.St'h'H,1.itlt'nt 1. Insurance I Church will be pleased to see and $ Harley Monday evening. Mr. ,'

!! !j ing services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m At the first meeting of the RJE Louise Broxton back as she is one Padsrett Mrs. A. J. (Buddy) Starling Bradford County's Exclusive Maytag Dealer

Song service 7:30:: p." m.- Rev. ':, PT.Jo."t'ph Greene explained the' of the backbones of the young, Sunday home with them for a visit. ,l

Sales and ServiceWe I R. L. Lee pastor.HIGHWAY. plan for insuring each child i'' people's department of the church. Crews [jss Mary Julia Futch spent i I GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESPhone
I'the county against accidents or She is the daughter of Mr. and'' The Thursday Saturday i I
I ( and :\[ her aunt, Mrs C. E. Stncki -
Service All Slakes ol ('ll ll'FLSunday : injuries The cost i is: $1 for the'year Mrs. Thomas of North Street. She 10 Starke Fla.
i in Gainesville. ,
Electrical Appliances school! 10 a. m.; Church' which is less than 2 centsper will remain in Starke until her spent
Branch. IMr. I J C. Prevail of
services, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic insurance paysdoclor husband returns from overseas "It's "
606 X. Temple Are. daThis I : ) visited Mr and, Mrs Carl'' Service After the Sale That Counts ...
services. 7:30: p. m.; Thursday. i bills and other medical Mrs. Rosa Lee Ghent recently '

PIIOXE 120 \ouni; people's meeting, 7:30: p I fees hospital service and surgeryup visited her sister and brother j Louise I i| this weekend.

111. to a certain amount dependingon Mi and Mrs. James Fields of' On '

the extent and type of in West Palm Beach. She reporteda Day

jury. a \ delightful trip and vacation Chapel! ,

Pamphlets will be sent to allpatents !1 .. has

: concerning this insurance.We :Ninth FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH | .tc=.
urge that you read them care- [ The ninth grade class of RJE with

fullv and join at once by sendingSl organized on Wednesday Sept. 5. The ,fF.C
STARKE. FLA. to the homeroom teacher of The following officers were elected ning j: ;; :-

--- -_. vour -hild This insurance will be : Oscar Lewis president: Char- \ f :
the county les Covington. vice-president: recording :
available throughout
;::sionary -
Thin-ton. Wateroak. HamptonTruning. secretary.! Mattie Bry- assoc -- ., -_=::..:?' '. -.-..
Jefferson In T.awteTrainin Jenk-: mer: financial secretary Velma ;.
and Court Streets The Heart of Town ]namic: : ?,'
I'honesOffice 2.11: Pastorium 130 -r s Elemental! as well as RJE. Tvson: treasuier. Gwendolyn Marshall (cannot

Eighth: <<<;irade News :; chaplain. Clarence Coving' (cellent
--. n____ __ .__ eighth John Give -
The students of the ton: parliamentarian. all the

; Sunday Sermons: 11 :00)1 S:00 l'.)f. ':nd of R.IE are happto ens. and reporter Grace DeSue \cited !

Sunday School !Jlrlj' I; A.M Training Union G:13 I; ".)1. !IMI k in s. hool Last Thursday; The advisors and teacher is Mrs ]gram. We Shellubricote

tl'e! d.lss elected the following I Gloria Chandler Mcfadden. New

Midweek Service Wednesday S :00 P.M. offBobbv: Ray Hamilton, ('hllrt h Nets.Bethlehem: the

president : Robert Lee Nathaniel I. i l Freewill Baptist \' ((' '|
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at vice-president : Tempie Lee Ay- Church the I'.eL.. McKaypas- ': (tion '

( .X. secretaiv: Mary: Lee Haves tor. will hold regular servICe all' }
11am. Regular Uroadca Every I, 3. and ;3 Sunday. Royal with
assistant secretary: : Margie Holmes Iday Sunday starting with Sunday ,the (' ; an eye
with Deacon 1
treasurerDeloris: : Jenkins School at 10 a. m. (official
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rhanlam: Willie Alfred Kellybusiness j'i i S. W. Newman in harge. \ (the ('

: manager, and Chester worship is at 11 a m. young :Mt

Crum. reporter.. J. D. Greene is: peoples' service at 4:45. and evening j hold

advisor and homeroom teacherand service at 7:30 p. m. All Sunday to driving safety
the class feels they will have i' members are asked to attend an J }ment your

HUNDREDSof a great year under his leadership bring a friend. j pastor ;:
Chester Crum. reporter. During this week the Missionary are ,

r..i-Uetlul! Game ladies have conducted Consecrated (day :

details are managed and economic- The American Legion Post 314 Prayer Meeting The The : It A

ally attended that only a trained and Auxiliary will stage a benefit final meeting will be Friday night Tyler A safety check is part of every Shellubrication. -

careful organization can attend when basketball "game on Fl"idanight ,.according to President Rosa' and As a guide, we use special factory-

the urgent need for serving is at at RJE The 11 district is havinga Green. The "I Can Club" will 1 (Calling approved charts for make
and model
hand. contest among all sgts-at-arms meet at the home of Sister Rebecca We your car.

4 Onr contestant is Mrs. AlmaJenkins. Allen. You are invited to Nebo That means you can depend on a thorough
We are asking all loversof attend and take part in these inspirational W.
basketball and winners to come discussions Choir re- Antioch. safety check. And you can be sure that all lube

DeWITT I C. JONES helD us beat Ocala. Gainesville.and hearsal is held every Tuesday tor. :Mt. points will be covered too.

Phone 7 Starke Fla. other large cities included in night; sad Player meeting each 1
our district. Wednesday night. Gladys Blye ;Baptist See your neighborhood Shell Dealer today

Funeral Director Ambulance Service There will be plenty of refreshments of
for the Shellubrication.
on sale. The former 1Allen Chapel A. r.E. Church. '! Christ protection of
Our local funeral home enablea i oj to offer convenience vU
ents coached bv "Moot" Chandlerwill the p.ePh J. Washington pastor us have
services not otherwli available.
play against the presentstudents will hold services Sunday. which "

.. 4 .. 4 coached by Elmer ShellCome starting with Sunday: School at t Personalsr JOHN A. TORODE JOBBER SHELL
out and cheer for your 9:30: a. m. with Supt. H3mer -
We rurniah the highest type service at loweat
prices, &na favorite '
team Williams in charge. Morningservice and :\[ :
i tempt ANT We Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT Vdult Veteran EducationThe is at 11 a m. evening water Phone SI Madison and (,herrtr:;

!i company u payment In part or In full oa a funeral classes m adult and veteran, '!' neat 7-:.10 p m and ACE their

Consultation c&rriee no obltp.t1an. education are meeting at RJE: League at 6'15 The guest speaker Smith Starke Florida ,

.IP We are stu! asking person ir.- fothe pr: gram wi! be Mrs '':: F :c. 1..


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t Aiaemblv in the Garden Restau-' "'O. ; 0 I \l"-t lie said he ht- iP \
$75 Fine LeviedOn
Governor tnt to retene reports anj dis- I, fi Johnson Is Held i ii!, t'I't.

(11-- the year's aims and objects itt was aiiele l lStaike
o. + ExDetectiveIn
Pays Official Call T id.iv I Friday i at 12:15.: Gov- about two wet *.

er not Nelson will pay his of- :, '\ 48' / For Jury Actionn :\?sPolice Chief I K: ..
Al Nehon, o t Keystone Heighti1i.liat --. f"'lal'islt! to his home club in Mayor's The officer said h..

Keystone Heights The luncheon park the ear and get '
of International -
governor Rotary meeting will be held in the Keystone ... ( Fondling Casei .\ n:.i'i xv'h.> i. : ': "\.j t,. l1a\ e bottle of whiskey i"

paid his official visit Woman's Club.In '\ '., been a NewoI k ileiettue va.finej ? Sweat said Scott CLi::: <. .

to the Staike club Wednesday and early civilization the slogan I. ST.'i been New York .
7 "r ib1 i Monday on harces of a p'
gave a comprehensive talk on the of business was 'Let the ; Hi-:,
part Rotary is playing in the buyer beware.' Today it is 'The bB}, ;.11)1 ( "lItlss1. .J '.1. \-.uin tinAffK bound' "ail I .l Minon in\er' Ii. ense ] In other cases in M <'.
betterment of world relations and right.' Nelson '-.. .. .
customer is always .- MayorV. T. Jackson; round J I,
the of higher standardsof o\ei to the CII lilt Cool to Robert Thomas "
promotion said in describing the change : c. i : I Alan Scott guilty on both count ,.... ,
(; W. Beland :
ethics in business. He des- about largelyby -li. wait Jury action on chargeof <
ethks brought
in : after he had pleaded gu.U> t.< ilu-
cubej Rotary as one of the of Rotaivs motto. '..ndlin four small girls. bonds on barges of : .
the example
intoxication hut nut
J iLl j1wt guilty
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greatest: force for good in the !Service above self. .:/ 'L Yawn ruled that a pieuniinarvleaimg t.i the bilL" ..:. :' .1! .e: :.. i.U";: .Innh'I: : W.ilko' I

Will Id of hu>mes" toda>'. Mis.-, Mata Payne. BiadfoidHi .<..;.I ',."' ;i .... J e j I /: two weeks ago showed ( t'n".' ;. .; .c..i: 1 ,;::' 1":1.: :
\Vetli.f-ii.i l t1l mj'tit oel nor Xelor !- ) -J.. .....
'- .Ll i't uith t th. :;tztkt- Club of- 4u'! uu.n L"M\e-;." and "Des'rl ..&j I ..,,r i<,:., ." r i i ase against Johnson. 1 ti.' .\ > >.i\. : .: \ "". I .c, -' M 1'.

t fio'l( 1' mil iliitttuis) a! a flub Suns Li; .-4 1 I I. ; Johnson. 52. is accused of hi'idif :." It. :, : \

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I. ii- ; and fondhnthlt'/ ,..- e: "\ -

Business A\ ,1 ,!:t't 9. 8. and 3. and then i.'iiMt.
That's Our :: 41t 1'E ( .... ,.-._'. -n--b,.....,... ...:O1On'.r__,,*
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L A S s'l r in a "lewd, lascivious .ttod I'c. i i.ent .:: -'Z.d- :>;"' <;Cl> .k &:.:.. e! .Q
a b.
If It's filass;; We Hate It -" ,. "- ."...-. }Lrf& manner without in'- I
tt;; >
CALL WRITE or VISITS !\I.. i innniit rape."

Dii ring the preliminary 'u ..._

Joe Peters Glass Co. .. !cli,' t('-..' 'lIIony of Johnson' i ii :.. TV Service

-? ... ll'ls tonflicted sharply II.. .

FOR ANY GLASS NEEDVe n i titled, that the: children \10t <-\ <'." .
? \
\ !Design) Modern Store Fronts ? 9 e \ % t tin- fondling' thaiges at him : i < -.

*" I' p.; punishment from the ptu1.i
Just Mail Us A Pattern for : S
lot' pilfenn! ; change fl',1I'! !'i I.-
Table Tops ''I ? ;I' i-<'! S purket All Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates

I313: : X \\' Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353;) q
11h PI. r.ainl's\'iIl' flit thiee ;i4-il... in io,iii,'\\li.i it Fully Equipped --- DependableAll

,is .n._ t'stil1wny.i said Johnson'

.I.,i'.' into, then bedroom and 1110-, Makes and Models

I-.J! i ..1h individually They swl,

ON'S.4 i i .''.1..:- I 11 I IlIiI. Ills potket fell on t'l.ui CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

V \ In' I'IIS., examination: the *-\ra- Radio Sl'at'er I'pheNterinu:

'f Iix i I'i lohnson secuied the admision Phone :230: Starke. Fla

& that money had been taken
I liom I his potkets The 9'Y"II.od i : i OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY

-, I'dtitliull equipment to outfit 3D "midgrt" plajers at Hlis.. i.. displaced at the top l h j. nu-inlH-rs of the denied it.

1.\\1 I It organi/rd; Markr (lu.Jfh'rhuJ.. (lull who \otcd last week to raise :Miso; for this. IlIIrl''"..... .\ The episode occured set'!1.1:, '-: '-.-' :'_: _?o: .,,' -_ -. -jIk. ._ "':' ,: C.= _'_--:

total of $'!'!X \\.is contributed or pledged at the meeting: and the rest will be raised l h> sulistription.' weeks ago while John-o-i v\ -.-

Kneeling. are .Jerome Julius (.left), dull! president, and Dr. U. J. Houpt. :standing: ;; ( I to r) 1W.: s>. boarding in the rural horn. i !" ""-

:\1"\IilI')', tliil ('haprain; J. 11. Iitk, puhlliity (..h..irlllan1.11'; : \ in rriiihartitr| president ; and ( .). miles north of Stance.
JUl.IANLA.j :\k( riff .1 r. The uniforms cost $'ll I ":lI'h. including nil plastic lulmels, pants, game;; jerseys and Johnson is being held in ("" .!'i'\

BIAMOXBS'{ ( shoulder pads. In li.itloin left photo are shown the )IMIJS uho came out the first da.to. take part in I the Jail under $2000 bond $'->iiii : : OF sioo
IIl.\\' Junior I High fotthall program. At right eighth gradrr Jimm\ :Malone gets set to toss a |iass as he t'3'h ft.unt.

models one of the ne\\ ullifornh.Quarterbackers.

Feature Ltxl s amazing Feature-Glu setting makes Launch Midget TeamAbout ANNOUNCINGTilE Low Rates Good Results tiasy To Place
center diamond look almost! TWICE the i

Lock rings lock together for EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2ozac
VMESSA 50 boys aged 11 through 14. gathered at the BUS football !stadium Monday[ to
lasting loveliness! Come in today T.V. IIUM1: ADS OR AUS :
and xe how much more your dollar kick off a program of Junior High football being sponsored by the newly formed Starke '"I III %"' UP IS: HKH I... '')' O> 'IMP OH "Mil'"' ..'.....'H ii.sa

NOW : during this Quarterback Club. AM I n
buys .. .. FOR SALE;-IVn-at.la I l'h: .
SPECIAL EVENT1 The youngsters were quickly enrolled and. put through some rigorous physical exercises I.'. 'It 1 1:1':00:1.:; t-'. III ,il.-ii.tl'!' ..u" i I Med and -tvrral tlirt. n? "n
r r' QUEEN ..I' tu.i Ii.ill .Mm, ......rt III",1 K.a-- I (Ii bale.of la)'. jI.I |I' \\ ,
CELESTINEIUOGU including several laps around the field before the supervisors began acquaintingthe RADIO SERVICE .."...hi..Iult" milt. MiJ"f I 1.r"l'Il lid : p ,
su, HOW I / future BUS stars in the fundamentals of the gridiron game. \I,..'V.-r ls \ I "hllrd. SI l'U. '' 14
fiRMS 250 ,\ >I.AI >yAMM" : > Mi-,
'S Thus a new athletic program'was laXT--I'"r..rlll <-\ >.., let ,.,..| ,
:301 EAST CALL ST. >\.\NTKI' T" | j all | ,11./10.I I ; : tt
launched which its sports- to withstand the rugged play. hand to direct the boys every lhr"- l>...Ir.i.iin h.UMi'aii ViS-W. Joud pa>.N irks. hunt :'I: ,nji .1'I'
,. afternoon. Mi -. larn.\. i': 'Iltae. It.he .' '
This initiated ata
minded sponsors expect to develop program was PHONE 19S
VOlE for Americo'SqUEEN into organized activity meeting of the QuarterbackClub I The Quarterback Club formerly ': | "I|; itI:NTF.; ;: room furnishftlaiai i WOULD YOU BE INTbllfc.VTED IX
in and 'tin. nl I I. t.JI: N. l'hun'h SI. :MXK1XC: IT50DTO 00
the Brothers | $100 \\EEK.
Come training the smaller boys in foot- last week after High School Big Club was I'hi.nc 17'-\\' or apply l SIS N IOPEItATING Y4Jn OWN

ball fundamentals and providing Coach Lennaid Register Jr. proposed :, formed last month to give aid! to 0 I'hlll.h1.I tf.'hg WATKINS BUsINESS: W BRAD

DIAMONDS future stars for the varsity Tornado : a plan to be instituted so the school's athletic programs near | FOKD-rMO.N (>t" TItS7 Fiji.P.ltTICULAflS .
OF squad. ; that the younger toys could gain ; Jerome Johns is president of the Equipped for all Kinds of Pol Mh'iul: I. ai..,Ieriu t.tinenin.....,.. I \\ : ('(I., WHITE 6iS; : W.TilE 1'KACH-J. RATKI.S

I Artiilt. 61 I I'1. Call TKUE. ST..N. IT.. A TL.\ T A. GAI
the radio and television I
the on gridiron. group.
J. B. Dick director of program experience : repair
PRIZES \\.:_\\'. \lr!', ..V .K SauN, blS Me- 4\c'hg 9 .IL
I 'I _ _ _ :
VALUABLE this the coach '"
Win said the boys will compete Through system j i Dick said that contributions ork. Mahon Si tf. hgNOW -
AND... YOU can said. the boys to the FOR SALE-Like new 2'.- AMP
with teams from other towns coming varsity would be accepted from anyone
'!' IS TilE TIME I.> """,'k st.\ '-s.in.l Hullup ARC Welder wall. Ih6 t
10 Buy! which have such programs. The would have a greater knowledge wanting to help in the purchase EXPERT{ SERVICE fh..- f-r ..101 l w.athnr I| ..I lead caMe, po.nl n'.il r.if'man.
\\No Oblg31i0'' Nofhing games between the younger foot- of football and the coaches ]I I of uniforms and equipment for the I'r'>ni.|I't .1. !11'n'i.1 1gr.i.I' ...> :anil' 'I I'hor.e D01-W. or write DOE
_____ m'AOOBI.E; :: PRICESGive ,\ ker-.n.t fall SiiiilliShfll 77J, Slarke. 4ij s -
ball performers should provide a would not have to spend so much boys. The donations can be mailedto StatH'ii I.iwl t.'v. \\"<> have

.,In91 tn/olged/ '0 how d.o"" gieat deal of hard-hitting ex- time teaching fundamentals.The Drew Ratliff. Starke Chevrolet | K*-r.'-..It.. tanks .>n hand tftliKCABINET FOR IF.XT-Coltage fue ruumsi
Us A Trial ; ..,
i furni-ht-d complete ( tI. and cir: '
i-itement. Dick said past week the youngsters'. dealer, who is secretary-treasurer and CarpenterVork I| rulatine heater on Kingslt>
The Quarterback Club through have been getting acquainted with '', of the club. he said. 1 Small new and repair Jobs 5C- !|, Lake. I'onlatl Mi :,. II i' l lei.
crJ.t..d. Joe c, KICKS Ht. I. 15oxJt. at cottage. :.t i hg -
cooperation of Starke menhantsi.s football tactics and trying out (I i I The next meeting of the Quart- :c;: _.\ Stark. :", y.ZSOIK : -

outfitting the lads in uniforms. tor the various positions Di.-k II j: erbai,'ks has been set for next I KIXOSLHT .
LAKE-Two !i-.d'
"complete with pads and helmets ani other Quarterbai::; are on |I!i Tuesday Sept IS Dick said H TKVIII\ IIEI' "Inu furnished house Ji"; i'or m I"<

,\111.; ....'.. All :ModrlnIlraviiDahlr :I I June 1. Oas and elo.-trki'v! c.tt24S1. .
uuaranlrrtl Marke. 3tp9'.4!
( hargie's -

Hospital Officials Foresters Buying Guard Drill SlatedTo SPERRYOFFEHS ('110;. I. MUI'lItUU; ,' \\ 11.1. KKKITV STO:
703: W. ( all !SI.! Mar! : ? ,
I II a til I. 4 |'.It! in I'I
-t II I YOl'An I I'llolK, 2.1"-. illv 'I i \ .
I Say Race Money I:Slash Pine Cones Ready Unit For I ':l". \ XViliuil S,. c'p

II I, I OpportunityTO I.KT: is sKI.I: \"01' .\ HOMEr I..PS 'It. KKXT-K..iir" n.i.iii fi..ip.irtiii.nl I .
This Week's The Florida Forest Service in .
SpecialsSeptember I with prn it.' h..> I nfrmil "
Needed To Build the market for npe, unopened Annual InspectionThe \\ Mill. h...r BI-M modrrn ....m..' i I and ha.-k: enti' ,.. V. '
i loT ..a I.. Ion do.." pa> mrnl |iatn.' t.. adults or .1,1,1 i "
slash pIne: cons Farm Foievter : I niuutiil} pa' iiii-nlx likr ......I. rntrillrrrl i irifant..N" pets.'I \\ t.. -
1 I Don Champion announced this Starke National Guard anil ..II> nlilillr I.rl u' I'h.m.' I I '!F-.J. I IKol I' .:
Continued One I
( From Tage ) .
14 Thru September 20 I ..h.". >.u our nl thrr fine .m.
week. unit will drill Sunday in preparation -. I.. ,: S \1.1-: .\ thr.I I 1..1.I '''Ii, ,. ,
for a private room and $10 for a' Three pine cone dealer stations for the annual "IG" inspet1 FLORIDA HKAI.TY ('0. Uithvtr1 |I''t "".1 I" -' .
1 AND EARNIN .. .. .
q \ i M. C '
t i \ !
semiprivate room compares favor- have been set up in the vicinity of tion scheduled for Sept. :::6. Capt Of Starke I 'j'lml'T

I ably with other hospitals with Starke and are authorized to pay Randal: F. Chitty. commandingofficer ((ill)' .\ntlrl'n.. Newell

equal facilities cash of Co. C.. announced this: NEW .\. .1. 'IliomasIrmiilr ) .
BLOUSES on the spot for pine cones. IHM '
I \ ONE OF TJIt .'\t:
Although it is costing the Champion said. He added that week :::;-. \.... siarkr. .'j...
I BEGINNINGOPENINGS na> I'honr :\.;: '1.1aIUiJ:
47C I ,'ollnlmonE'\' to help operate the I|i present plans are to pay at least : The Sunday drill will te heldbetween *mnll ma'unr.. huuir just oulkidrr
I Ibf il
1 we'fE'el < < < ii paird Mtliua< XI-
1st Quality hospital. that a lot of I $t.j per 'bushel. | "am. ano.1! p. in, Chit- 'I,:'lHP.IMhirtroIh

$1.00 Values money whuh formerly went out to i i I The stations are B L. Dames ty said. 1't'lt ""M.K: .\.'\,' S i S x IS, cltn-I'
''' ', Im-atrtl ini.drrn Iramr
other is now being kept Service iirte 101.k 1': < 'm -nt Jl i.iO
areas .
Station. Paul ........
Hampton .
All Summer St'I sBOYS ; An enlistment and a reenlist- !1.1; :\I..r'.r :Mix $1:01"1': ". haril.mtl llowrs. :: bedroom'sbra.
he'e m the county. I Man\ positions atuilalile in all .. lie "U: room and ilinnine ,
Hutl-hins. Bradford FFA Chapter I' ; : area
ment have added to the guard I'.radf'.r.l Kng'-'tri tis .g'l
.. : !>..*> fVitain for expansion experience :". tJrk.
provision Staike, and Gnffi Store High- ranks but the gain has been more (categories. previous

ueie built into this I land. nettled. Knioj; top rates, llr.iiiliful -.' lir.lroi.ni house larKts -
than offset by the loss of three \\' \ i'ilIsiVANTir: : > -1'..11 11r.J.1; I II. .
C hospital such as the kitchen and'het ( Because of a pine cone failure men. full Itenefits. ino.l.-rn air conditioned I I.: .... '1'I i 1'1. S" .'. tKllf |II II rrrn. ..1 Markr ji..r.hr's, mi poird;'ilMl.iHI.hiKbni< Jnn.

,> facilities and they will be a most of the i I
over slash belt
pine Sp-3 Edgar G. Akridge reenlisted plant.DAILY :i Iel..1'....... .I iIlin <. :: i .:: ...rt.,
SHIRTS iett: help when it comes to Champion said these cones are and .... .
for a three year period I Jan.l. U. Inrer pri-an 11' '. craprurnnurs
iii.ling! an addition." I i badly needed to supply enough Arel Vernon Rhoden enlisted as a WHEN IN NEED OF 1 Il.'ki.l of patrd klrrrnr.ir .
INTERVIEWS: 4 mi n I, llostiil.il. XI i..i'MNIrrnik '
S Kt Quality While Edmondson was speaking seed for next ear's seedling crop. lecruit. LANDSCAPINGFILL I I .

i It'pll'. entati\"E' fiom Florida De- >, The foreSler said that if there is Two guard members. PFCs SH) .\. M To t 1:00 P M.
S Short Slee\e DIRTor FI.OHIU.HE..\ LTY ( O.Of
x.-lopinent Commission Miss A. any doubt as to what cones qualify. James E Hazen and George P .
:Saturday: x:00) .\. M.
:2 Limit r.lan.1 of the' Hospital Const or if there are any other ques- Gill Jr. are leaving Starke to attend DISKINGW. Starke

i u. '"m Section the agency which tions concerning the program; the South Georgia College in (Opto 1 :00 P M L TIIIRI'EN. JH. I(..nmlreus, \V. I' S\\'I||

.I\.i-ees the spending of federal farm forester can be contacted at Douglas. Ga. pvt. Milton L. Pad .
BOYSJACKETS 411'Hit..- Appliiation Rt. 2 Box %13-)) .\lton Kd. A.I. Ultimas)
m, .,IlIe.-;. entered his office P O Box 9v>. Staike: 01 by calling gett is being/ transferred to the '.".:. Irmiilr \\... "1:.ri..' I .
She said she had inspected the I.- National Guard Unit in Fort To: THOVE 29.J III., I'bunr :1'.:: Mkhl I,
"'it'Iding and equipment; and was Pierce. !' tarJ.e11.1..

Ii.ist impressed with the prae- Container Corp. Buys PERSONNEL DEPT '''l 1: if\'i:I: ",. ".

I OO i ,1 design of the institution and Tub Of Shrimp SPERRY ELECTRONIC: : Li -0 k Ihi; ,'Ii,1} I I. ,
S hot (Quality lie piactical: ase of equipmentSh. Pine Cones For SeedThe F' .1 t: ii'T: 1'I".ni."-,1 -.l.oln.fniiti..n tti" .il I of"I'r..i. \

Warm-up StIeS t .' )pi-onouneed it one of the finlittle ,. TUBE DIVISION I' '11", ,\. *.: 'i'.t"] !., '- <.nV. I...I.. I It.-.,-.5.u.:" I.K I.
Red' Alvarez and three com i.e-i. ) 1."l.r
)1..li".n S' I'""i.5 t M \ TavnPS __ __
Hri ht Satin .. the state. Container Corporation of
M! hospitals in aught a big mess 01 r :: Hand Corp ';i 1'"in St I'h"II" 44c.-\V. .
Eli ::: : !
slash 2t. heiR : :IliTlt.'I'''''i
Sites 1 Ifi \flt>r she left. Kdrrondson: con- Anierira: is now buying pine week ,, ,. .
shnmp at Doctor's Inlet last loi.in fiirni-httl i i i' ik iI
.lined! and loblollv pine cones for theI (;ain sill Fla ..
I : *'lint' d tn I i "I'E"'I..I|'* i i.r -
They got such a big load tha''' I. TIKVTClt: j in dc seed. I "'I' it) i ifl.
MENSPOLOS A(though we have not vet had I purpose extracting "Red" had to wake up his wif? I Near Muni<-iftal \irport' ) "",1 tw. bedroom apartments.T' ..\\ ,'iKlr< trn' hiT. I Ii. .i "l ltt.ii.r
The price for good. healthy :. "i'..Ii,1.o" Mr and Mr, W. II. .
I t" :turn anyone away because wweie I unopened cones is $1.25 bushel to help unload his fourth of th .... N; J.n.: 12? W. Madi on. tfchg' I"us.L.hat... ated-r. K.I U*, lui k i ". I
full. we are operating now per ... .
I'.L "t t IUM\\ shr.mp I'IK..i.i<: -s I. 1,1- 1
i d! real apacity.. because of th. in the field. and $1.50 pei 1'\11' i"VINO5? KET- I i.-nt >rar around i >,, t lcplirev ,
bushel delivered to the St.irkf -Ti.M. I: ''T.TRSK KEYI 's tinld C..ii'! I J't.t "ii'
36CS ,li-.: : .-rences in the types of pa .\ : Iiri'.IIT.s.. ; FI..\.. :MEM- I..
will h .'ule i
Woodyard Payment u '
!nt- \Ve have to Keep a certau I : I I'll!
hot (!luahtvNo reserved for ob. in cash and cones will be pir! i Il.VENirosra:; ,. -t I ,
'M miner of beds .
\\ \,' \ \ [r. ELI. nED FUR- !I \\n..r in.tha\' 1 I. .
S chased until around Oct 1 .
Limit st.-ti i II\'S. surgical oases male female t1tfJ,1 1 I::, oj Furniture Co. |, ') ISlE fi.t, f..nl ami ",-i I i i
S 1 IWketFresh and colored patient i Anyone desiring further in f-: : l tfchg i! (I.-. itt I i.at\ t'I I .

mation contact Tyler June1- O i _________ _____ _-___ _
There is no question of run may 1 .. j K'>K S\I.K-Four w.'il.n. ., ,in..j!.jJlh" .uj
LADIESSHOES Brooker road. phone 4 1 1-3 'ii 0 !I' .' ,'; FOP.I.F.f'harl. j \ nin ..v ..,,. : 'II t ti
'int,? hospital at a profit Everhnpital "t- :t I I-: 1 1. EJX 173-B.; Grit- \ r "
Hames. 210rlkn..- S'l .. 9N i in.n :ic' x 4'i" d r.i l < nI
in the country runs mti'3 Wayne GO: \\. 41p I I I".k. and 1 1" M',. \ ,

i ,delicti! and the job is to keel]]l Starke.t I i?:, :z '! 1 r.KVISIOX: console! $10tfcbs -..
S ( 1ft-: iitirknFish iI "
lago nut deficit as low as possible. so'C .. I'lbm..r' i ,

Collections are the bigges; New TV Shop .,\} I I : SALK. -Fixe .t' i.. .,.
\ t" _,L .-'E.. _\-thn'.i \rthn lT->--. VK-H 1... at' .1 J., r. \
Fall StIeS single\ headache have here. buts t Frej Dyer. formeiTy f Lakee '\. gOU'" 'O.oe \}'te .. .- --s. Il-du. i/llt Tir- i 1.twtey a' ii fr 'in "h""J' <
Lots of Fabric I said befoie. we won't hayS Bullet has opened a televisions \ >- .o\e .. ..1 II i- I 1.- at SianU i i la. t II'"T "'all'It.1 VIIOMI \
\OU"" S\e t '1'I I, studio, ll'4 .Tln.nipsnny St... ,", !
lear picture of our finance radio at 30-J E \ ; f\l rH..III ltii I 'Ii
and repair service ; ""iet' E\ ] ,
: te _
before we have a years experi;. Call St. He comes to Starke from ::\" S \ i; : ""I.n' IWIIIMTION \
I \ -_, I 'I'1 i { \.- h sale: Thr- ":1.-
eni-e behind us. :' _ -___ ._ _ .. : ,,
beene ,
Jacksonville where he has !o Ufo _' ,_, \ Thr Kl-'rri: < li'-- I I'r-parat Ii'.ui' f'.r t, ,k k. 'IJ.'.tl& :;
rrI PaoneSM But one thing is certain. Ware employed as a technician at th. :"'1,1: \ Shapr Smith I a.. .,unl'lll1' :smd; f,,( fr,", ,III: '"
( i .a1 .iK'<: %..l> N Tcmppli' Ave mation Fr.i'1' "nietitprvii. ..
to need for es," i
going; money Goodrich radio and television re- '
c It. he, >| \SSKBI INK'.S ( OI.I.KfcK. INC.IIOMK ;
and the track fund s IT'S
pansion. race pair shop for the past year Priore MMIl UKPT.r f
are our only hope of getting th to that he completed a course at n's SUPERIOR'' .-oti KENT::; -ill Mi.all' f\irniahd thr' privatelatli room ,F'' O. Hot I5i"7: : J\\: .'.. \. .\
aliartni'iit i ( tf .
1 1l.so money on hand so that weca n the DeVry Technical Institute olEleriromcs andntran.. f. :Newly d. _
qualify for federal matchin,= : in Chicago. and also ',rat'd Adults only &0! Lafayette :, APAHTMKNTS- you want. ru'' ,
.St HPv ni'inn bedroom garage .
funds'I attended Massey Electronics; ment. all H ',:tnr. <,** nif -Mr-apar. I
School in Jacksonville 1lpfJlEAM King'Ie! La.-\f'od..rn. : four room'I I t: W. Haym-i. d y phone ""n\' i

L I W.C.T.U. Dyer is the son of L T. Dyer bath..! garage MrD apartment." k..It r.<,*Yearlyr'it 336! I ht. phone 2961. jWXVTKK !

(all St. L -TOTAL .\BNTINENTK i< Till K ot Lake Butler who. for a number f:! I lipFl. "' I. : '..r.-'l. Elderly w"rk roupl7irii' .... ""h.t. t

:: ONE: SAFE RILE: WHKX: DKAIINfi .- of vearserved as county agent .1: S \LE 'r- VI I.\!! n..", ,,: IIr.up hl"atj' i..gi. ra:

I UITH ..tlAlIOL'tXATION.L lomtlv for Bradford and Union Cone, Cup. P.nts. Family 'i Gallon '. I r.. h..' d K ri..: t t. I,.. C" .,.!. '. .r' ,4"r.t.. '... ,' ; \,." 1\ J !,
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