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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Go Tornadoes Go Yea Team Yea 133 Vote For Only One Person Councilmen Mark Time



In Starke City Council Election

.4 Awaiting New Members
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: een .(si ballots bur unit one lanaidate.) City t'oin.ilnien
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1 .. ..' oj .'. :.ii they canvassed the votes to ufticiallv! ( UKt.'ie! .1'I !'if Murk.-I ( .1.1, ( '. ...m!: ] vr.yu:: ;...' ..\\ ...:\ i- -, ,.111, : .
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I"i' :: idly "one-shot" voting is not illegal :t ',1\< intended cr."nt !iv.i only ihi-i ....a-!-. IMMIK.! .. M! tl. ii' ,'%II| ,- t. ., .'

1 f 7 '' + to J ""l": should select three! men in the five man: race with Tuoilay light. '

i E 01(1 '. .an 0I,11II.In.Ia" 1.11:1: :::: ;, :i. :\
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jt + 't !ifieiving the highest number of votes winning coun-
t11 passed which
transit ireii -
JMVFiorida
Mrs.
S| it-: Ruby Johns
State Bank from II' .hl \
i'ruUthe: election system in effect in Starke. a candidate
meat
on S9.000
note held! bv the
> .\iiij; a number of angle votes has a definite
: advantage .revenue to the 1956 tax roll

ii "\ or .!e!s in the race, because on these ballots has total City Clerk Carl Johns End tins Named As Starke

'.i..s whle the others stay static. action was necessary 'Because

: Tilt amass revealed that 78 "one-shot" votes were vast for bondholders would disapprove ot

kI&71/i \\. II. (BillyI! Noegel. 21 for T. C. (Cliff) Ilazen. 14 for Joe the the utility note.revenue being pledgedfor Woman Of YearaT

A.le-\.s: t: III. 13 for James A. Lewis and seven for Ewell Law-
i .a The $9.000 is part of a 8:?.-,ifOtl ...
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loan received by the city to pay .-
i Tti.iiigh tney'ere nl totaled! a nu.bot: of votes were cat
for
sewer extensions and otheiimprovements.
!t.'.. nn'.y: t\l.t ..:IIIIII
Ill tile: election Ma/en It'! \1\,1, !1'6ot...". :Xoegt'i i 4.V: :!. Andiew.s Council members also agreed to

itil.\ lr.\x: "ii ;1i3.!' ;and Le.vi. ;: 7 a. erect a telephone line from the

new water tank to the water

plant for the of
purpose recording

Two Starke Residents Are InjuredAs the The water tank pressure must in be the equippedwith tank.

this device before the com-

5 Smashups Mar Weekend\ Here pany which erected the tank can
{ 1 et'eire payment. Johns said. These

regulations had been set up by

..k ; .\ ,->-> "car-old ii'\, and! i. iiradi'urd Comity Hospital; (!i- the"certain bonding company because
; .t *, things cannot be tested
; L 4 ,. .Iii v.i-iv in.nind as t'iutral't'ir: mihapOl'l'IITt'd! in and until this equipment is installed." Mils R-iK [,,b.L; ; o |

II' II" :StarKr; :Sunday; three of them within a half hour of Johns said. Councihvoni.m .:rid! n, c. > .,.,
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i iii-h ot. hpl".. ,. Johns said this equipment! was owner. has been naie! | MM ., ,

A .-,-\.'ar-olt! boy and! a Brad- restaurant. Rider waft charged eliminated) from the original bid. Woman of the Yen t\ I.,,- 'aK.,.

!.iid ('"unt)' Hospital dietician with failing to have his vehicle bringing a saving to the city of Business and Protrss., !n: Ii. \\ ,

111 IN flieerli'Utlers are caught in the middle of one of their jell- us they \igurously generate cntliiisiasin in support| of the Tornadoes win- injured as five traffic under control.A several thousand dollars. The gear man's tlub.Mrs. .

out on the fieldh. <> art handing the .M.icclennyildcats a 27-i licking, Part of the crudhit Ii filled. the stadium for the first n.i.shap,,, occurred in and near truck owned by a Gainesville will be installed by city work- Johns will be !burn. ;; ., ,

game of the season can IM seen in the photo. Starke Sunday, three of theme contractor overturned on State] : at a dinner to commenioiatc tin

ithm a half hour of each other. load 16 east of Starke. The men.A low bid of 13 centr a poundfor occasion Sept. 27 at the r.uJen; ;

Bobby Spence, 3. suffered a driver had by the time Restaurant.
gone
the supply of chlorine for ,
broken hip and head injuries Police! arrived. In the letter
notifying Mix
Starke
water for the next year
Tornadoes Smash 27-6 said when he struck Johns of the
was
selection
Macclenny police Two 1 dub off
men were injured in a was accepted by the Council members :
automobile Ave.near dais said
by an on Temple "Your Christian
wreck on U.S. 801 north of Law- The bid was submitted by. spirit
Brownlee St. about 1:30 Sun- high moral
:
character
tey early Saturday morning, De- 'the Jones Chemical Co. of Jack- suuessuil
day.: Asst. Police Chief Riley 1 business ability and untiring civi,
fut Sheriff Brown said. The sonville.
Sweat said the boy darted into futos of J. R. Guerrero, a Cecil I activities are an inspiration to ai
The
Councl will
present City "
Battle Monticello in front of the of us
the street car
Squad TonightTwo Field sailor, and John R. \'arnaoe hold its final meeting at 5 p.m. !
at such an angle that the driver of Clewiston collided when I Oct. 2 to wind up old business Mrs. Johns made Staike hu-

could not see him. No chargeswere Guerrero drove to the wrong side before the new council takes tory last year when she became

placed against the driver of the road. Brown said. Both over in the evening. the first woman to be electri I
TouchdownsIn Frances R. Flangan of Gainesville.Mrs. to the City Council tier
cars were a total loss. Newly elected councilmen Joe cam
Eva Freeman a dietician paign was based the
on moundthat !-
Principal Explains Andrews HI and XX' II. (Billy)
at Bradford County Hospital, was a "woman's _
First viewpoint i
Plays
Xoegel will be installed at the
4jt injured about the head and severely needed in the city affairs '
F session which begins at .:to.
Start Stampede New Policies At shaken up when her car was \ JCoegel and Andrews ere ohr. : She said she got into the i mi

rimmed by a truck at the mtei- RightOfWayWork ivers at Tuesday night's! meeting ', paign because she "alwavs l.\en

section of Temple ,\ve. and State politics and thought time .-
Bradford High's Tornadoes will Road 16 Sunday morning. and conferred will?, Council a place for a woman in j.(o.en-

take the field tonight Friday i High School PTA Office Johnny Barden, investigating \ ProceedsFor ,members Problems! afterwards about k city ment."

team which .
Against! a promises
the wreck, said the driverof They will replace "I thought there wee'ii.; \\<
EvveiAj.awson
:' be a more reliable test the IIT i.ft- tll" aibe. ,nf the High School the truck. Donald \\'. ['arloa \'. and James A. Lewis who were little things that ought tt. h-
than
nado were
M.ttvlenny! strength XVildcaU; who. fellquickly PT.'tt'd' to. (purchase one complete Imitted running: a red light and 301 PavingThe defeated in the el-ction. seen that men would l n ..-- '
hitting!: Mrs. Freeman's car. Car- Since her election Mis John!
unilonr. tin the
to Bradford'.s big new midget
guns low was placed under $100 bond has been active in adiari nu
tiMiib.ill team at the
ol' aD1za-
!';"*'' week State Road I Realtors To Host
for causing an accident and running Depaitment is programs: for the expansion <>f
'inn.s tirst I meeting of the newhoot
'It should be a and Luck
nip ,' a red light.A expected to begin acquiring the theity and its facilities '
Kittle all the ," Coach Len- teiin ht'lll| Tuesday night ''
way right-of-way
shaken property to pave State Board Head Garden Club officials pr.n.spd
hard said this week in the cafeteria. The motion to Georgia woman was
Register the way for four-laning r. S. 301 Mrs Johns for the she
$:!; for this in a wreck on north 301 near part
spend ) was up
purpose
Montt
i erring to the game with noith of Staike in about 60 The Bradford-Clay Board: 1 of
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several helping
.' "The Monticello team i.a Heads For Pay Dirt unanimously endorsed. the city limits Sunday afternoonand O. Hazen Road Department days.L. Realtors will be hosts to the played the years recreation ago in
aid at Bradford youth program
out the theme the first
Carrying of given
big team, the coach said, "a official said this week. president of the Florida Realtors for her readiness to help
little than we are." HI IS hocks. made the the program, "Who will teach your County Hospital. The smashup Asrociation
line
bigger trip across goal twice in the first five But Hazen at a luncheon Nov. others, her church
said, when refused to predict leadership in
child" Beecher W. Payne high occurred police a car
Register was also eyeing with minutes of play Saturday ni htIM)\.., Halfback Harold Godwin when actual 23. A J. Thomas president of work well hei business
construction as as
Sl hool introduced driven by Edward Porter of Tampa would
pnncipal new
caution the Monticello tailback ((9) moves fur the first TI after catching tossed ( tegin. "That's the local realtor board, said this
) a by JuarterliacU -
\ little
Jack Bullock. He said Bullock is pass :, members of his faculty and dis- hit the rear end of the car a out of my week. success.
Charles N'oegel. Below Noegel steajn. across the goal for the cussed the school program in gen- 'occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Sam line he said. "I can't saywhat Mrs. Johns was particular!
Jack Bullock. He said Bullock is a I Thomas invited all real estate '
4T md .score. i Fine of [etler, Ga. Porter was they will do about the contracts_ _. cited for her efforts several
nq
the single in which the :salesmen
01 wing eral.The and brokers in the two
team works. principal said that the fined $25 for reckless driving.In Hazen is in charge of obtain- counties to attend the program years ago to provide a recreation

As far as performance this veargoes Midgets To Play high school student who does not other Sunday afternoon ing rights-of-way for the Road in honor of State President Jack r program for the youth of Staike

do some outside study and outside ,smashups: Department in this district "She would spend her night
Monticello club
the is an !Justice, "whether members of the
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unknown quantity since ihe\ did reading will "come up lacking" I Charles T Ritter of Jackson Hazen said deeds to the right- local board no not down at the USO when there

i.ot play last week. Starke B Team at some time in his adult life. He 'l Heights, N. Y. rammed into the" of-way property are being writ- Justice is probably one of the was no one else tlhelp" one

Last week the Tornadoes, smashed also pointed out that a high front of the Sorrento restaurant; ten now and "I imagine we will I best known realtors in the United official said. .

out .1 comparatively easy 2T-6 school diploma is no longer all about 1 p.m. Sunday. Deputy be pretty well along with acquiring ,States, Thoma?. said. I But the new Woman of t the ,

victory over the Bakei t' unty To Meet Bolles the high school graduate needsto Sheriff Fate Brown said Ritter the righLs-of-way by the> "!le maintains an office in Year says she knows of nothingshe
enter college.All first of the has done outstanding: "I ve
WildcatsThe rT was traveling too fast to stop year. [ Miami Beach and is in great de-

quarterbacking of hanes colleges! and universities are behind a car stopped to make a He pointed out. though, that mand from all parts of the country just taken an interest in "thing-;

Noegel and the running of Halt Toinadoesi tightening up on entrance requirements left turn and veered into the after the deeds are written the i to deliver lectures and conduct and enjoyed doing: them she
1r r-i i':' ul101 High Payne said, and the said. "I've only done the thm!!.-
back.11I Prescott and Fullback ., this week property would have to be ap seminars m the business of
i- !><' playing
Harold Godwin; spelled detr.u' ot i icsidents will have student who just "gets by" in praised. Another factor which selling: and managing KM! extre" ( (" ,nlmHl'd on l'a.e} 9e"| '
S'.trke
the ineffective Baked eleven i no of high school has a very slim Vote Set Oct. 9 would make it difficult to estimate -
,,
II (np.irtumty to see plenty chance at a higher education today --
The fMme got oft asi : the time needed to
completethe
.,i trt with the groin ,' '(II.a.' -J nnu. trtion anyway.Tn Ot right of way work: would: be Tree Crashes On Auto
B squad; On Extension
.htng advantage of BaKele.s + rim I'.i.i.iloid: High > Payne also discussed the new the extent of any conde-nr. r '. '
the B team from Bolles school of
) i.- policy having a designate sluts which
and pushing t'q'u'I\ "II'n might ariseHazen
\l -i I hool at the high school area where students c in Use '
''1\11" t rush v said he was III!' .a
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Fri &r.day night, Sept. 27.e to smoke if they have written pei-
.1 Inure of play. \ .s. : I t quite a little trouble ,'. !" -
.. the first appearance mission from their patents. He
'tc-i a 20 yard run \ of .
Ka'\te\ ,jM/t-n- ,IIot" Oct the titles and expo, v '
f.. }' team this year.sung sod that in his opinion this was
;-IH! : iie Tornadoes o\i w extension of a man down soon to, :\i, ,
the
9!i on proposed!
debut the of students
their on preferable having slip
.
:ih d 1'1' and the fir il Charles problems. 1V.
,. will be the off the school grounds hide the city limits. Mavor
> itb.il! scene or in
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!lien Xoegel
v .11!
i.e !
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Shuford said thlH.t'k. of the .." .
Financing r. Z
the basement other off-limits
-.lnlzed Junior hight' : or
,
(p :UHL; M' und hall .
football to smoke. The extension which would work still remains a- y
.. ': :h will provide a places lr
n i\ I
i e I i.i' the fans during the He said that a determined effort reach northerly to take in thenew problem. The Count .- JkI
I :\.t.t'l's! .
: \ : '
Trail Motel bounded by a ble for acquiring the :
is made this
being to
-. : .ist t ft'nun .'- i -t -lie oi the B squad game. year '
I I r !It.tk, directing the junr keep students on the school line besrinning at a northwest About $174,000 '.'.11!
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.: .: !ii:: "t : ,.;I L} a sar
I ,. : .t:,. S.iyh program said the young- grounds during school hours point to the city limits north to the County in rc.i n. .. I
When send their children (Rosier Road I. east across according to ". 1
I }1' ,_, ; -tei- w.ll play for about 25 min- t parents S-125 year a i.
i to school they expect them to remain U.S. 301 about 500 feet, and ment by State Road>1 1 I" :, -in S

utesThe midget teams ate completing there and the school would from that point south to join the Engineer J. A. Biewei! : '
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Good For 60 Yards
!; their organization and uni he responsible for anything hap- present northeast boundary mark. County owes the v -.'.. v .", 1iLTt

forming: problems and will tin p< ning to M student who \'. .1:< offContinued The amount of l.ind\ involved! is which would leave x.: "

ready for action Thuri'rlflTh,' ( .on. I'.itie Ten i I. VJO aciesL.inf acquit! mgth,' iiyir -

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boys! have been practicing oven-. -- < "',, : '. .:.:: -"'---- -'-.:":"'-"". H" ;,t.-:

afternoon and Dick said thev '". :' < '_-{" :::::

"whipping Out doing into the shape coaching nol y choifs we':: Bradford Fair Slated Oct. 22 ; I IToe


in the afternoons have Vo.-r.
t .t.
Townsend Strickland and Jero.r.e It"'.'! el.! r. ,.: ; ", J;, i-I- Built : .'. .il.! 1 ire ir.: !r.' .' ..i ...", rv set up; n -

la th List quarter Johns For Thursday nighf- toro! ('nur.!\ fan .v ill:i s.v.ns! ; into jid the :Xejii": :,( holl men al! exnihit.i( t.t tr

S v4 : game: each of these coaches:!' ;Action :Monday Oi t 22: and < nntinue The exhibit; n '>iiinnxlaionshave : : Several thuusar. i -

; K n n c t t direct a platoon of the pla '(,1 i'. through Saturday. Oi t 27. been improved along! with been spent or. :mi'; i'-- '

rip Game time for Thursdav: American Legion officials sponsor- the test of the fair grounds. grounds and bmMin.X \'

breaks loose fur night's double feature football ing the event said this week. Graham said. The building has Smith. Legion ro: .:I..tr. :.. -ale

a treat will be at 7:30.: Tickets wit The emphasi.-, at this year's been weatherproofed to insure the and the confusion 'A
r A Gil yard run be priced at 50 cents for adults" fair will be on the exhibits, W. safety of the exhibits and painting year's fair started will, b-- i. tieo

and 25 cents for students. ; H. ( Billy: Graham. in charge of projects are going on now. Last year the start >,' ... >

i the exhibit department. said. Gra- Special days habeen set hibtt was delayed UP'x\ 'II,'c.

CreativeVriting ham said he expects to have the aside for the school chidren as day while the building;: ., 'at

finest exhibit display this year usual this year Graham said. exhibit hall was m-.'. e': 'nt +

All people interested in a claw 1 that has ever been shown. The white children will take over grounds..

in Creative Writing are asked to Several organizations have al- the fair grounds on Wednesday Besides the builti.n .. ,,> ....

meet in the USO building at 7:30 1 ready signed; up for exhibit space. and the Negro students will have nier.ts. a fence has been ere 'en

: o'clock Monday night. Sept. 24 Graham said. Among these are their day on Thursday.To around the property and gras
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The class will be organized in conjunction the Boy Scouts the Soil Conservation provide the thrills for the trees and shrubbery have beer.
George t.tlLa"ley mechanic stands beside his ear which was
{F.l. ,! with the Adult Educa- ; Service. Florida Forest Service youngsters as well as the adults planted.
pinned under large limb of oak tree he
a an
t i tion program, and several quali- Home Demonstration Agent the C. A. Stephens Shows will The fair is sponsored annuallyby as was driving in the
-* ; fied teachers are available.It County Agent, Red Cross Nation- again set up the midway with the Jones Lanford'hte 300 l.l x-li. of Walnut :St. during a rainstorm about noon :Monday.IXtes .

is neoessaiy to have a il Guard Chamber of Commerce. rides and shows. Post 56 of the American Legion : said he saw a bough of the tree as it was coming down and

minimum: of 13; enrolled in the Garden: Club. high school! Home Be>'des the facilities for the through the Bradford Fair Association he slammed on brake The limb hit right; at the windshield post and

class Economics Dept L T Dyer of organizational! exhibits a tent rushed the hood of the auto. '


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:. has bvon filed aj.tlnt in the Co'.ipUli.t will .
ahoxtf named ( and ., .
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Hy Sam Mdiarvey; ,ofln: op I\IIMIO\: >ou Are required' In er\e a copy of This 'nc-tlce fhali be pu': .>':-d ,
One-Sfiot Voting Voids 4II ltl..IMI: ICIIIlOl \ 11IKiittte )Our,n. anF\\.r, <.r pli .ul'PU I.... tilt'.1- f : ir *r t.\.. (
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Rohrt ->12 Pfc-='..ir.l: l 1 'P' KiH I JlDa'ed
mat is a .sample ot tneu upe ol under the proxivlt.naof ,
liuild Jaii; .
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Democratic Principles '1'.If Gene II 1'iosperity. Acts ol 1941. will n(filler with theCI..rk the 'Clrl> ..f ..,. i .t' .liteof ,,'- 'ir n i 11.i. XL.I v.r, \.I'"y. I
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!'' of the Circuit Court and t'urit "f t1! i- t' r> i t. .,"!
ANTAGONIST '* in
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1Ir ford County, State of ,"'lnn- r "Ierk t
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A study of the returns in last week's TOWVRD A HHE COXTUUIVXIT I!. ;II Mrs Marian Crosby t supervisor da. upon receipt of p-oof of publi day of Oct<>ber. IJJi, s 3) .. '. l :
FOR BRADKOR1COUNTY > .. cation of this notice, thfiftitimis i
City Election >how that about one out of .... of registration told Alice nanif of I..adf"rd"h...!I. .jl. :Mtur
sex.en voters who went to the polls and I have neve! uj to ... the other night of a good way to hi'.. under ulii.h w .,ir ,
every
the piesent moment told anyone ;II freeze fish. She said to cut the (iafied m l.u.Mne-- I I:. N 1 .,
failed to exercise to the fullest extent his ;II pie Ax<' That the put.- i i-* .
I was or am against the proposal ..;II fish into sen-ing size, put in plastic 1: led 111 said bu.-im.- -.. at,.
privilege of the ballot that will be voted on in o'emherI'm .. bags with a little water and 1'aul Raymond. 241 S \\-.r: .- I Iof
total of 133 "single shot"votes Starke. Fla., per < <'at .r;;< rClanmr HUNDREDS
An astonishing sure I know as well as anyonethe then put in the freezer. Said she .
Luokh like ,\e iia.t tit aded! !Il- Harrington tI' :\ \\
were cast, and there were many desirability of fire protection auothei .>iu ft tU"NlI \ talihptllh : got the idea from Thehna Dmkins t lift.Kthtl"r :ot.. Starkf. Kla.. '. [.. 91

more who voted for only two men. \\hen ami I lo want to do what I can to but .ill tn.it "m l b,' ihdllged M Kaj-montl. .11 I >.: \\ details are managed and economically

the election was called for the purj ose of to help KEEP FLORIDA GREEN. we should get a huiinane .. I..r1.t.., Starke, Fla 4'. p. i 'itere .r. attended that only a trained and

naming three councilmen to help run the I am sorry that my suggestionthat hen-. In the meantime Enjoyed talking to Mr. and .Xiulrrx' llarnugt"lI. ,;1'-:; \\".,', careful organization can attend when
the people be allow eil to say rain around Hiirnsby. who live out sit :ota r......, Kla.. 4:, p. i i iu i .-
of StarKe in time of expanding Mrs. Jim the need
City a would be thete is enough moisture ti reM.Kaled. urgent for serving is at
facilities and financial crio is. whether or not they like around some on Highway IS a few miles east thi 14th .lax.f .<"pt- .t.. hand.DeVVITT.
willing to han assessments raised in some places They are two of theeanest .\ I'.. I":' ., at M.ukt. .. I 1.\1".1
of Starke
The increasing practice in recent years of did not leceue as miiih consideration parts of Law ley. but not much of this aiea and Co'iiitx, Florida
settlers .
shot" for around Brooker. ? II 4t !I" .
voting "single only one man on on out
misquotations
as some they remember the ten) business
ticket is to be deplored because it indicates '* '" '*
the what I said corwermng fire con right from the beginning; In I irt-nit I'onrl. Ilrailfvrd <'o.Dty. I C. JONES

that the voter is i shirking his full trol. J. B Gaskins set out 55.000 this area (Jim .sot out the first rinritl.i; In lhaiirrr.
in P" u" Ann Tiitui IM.unttll. \*. \\.1- Phone 7
responsibility to the city on which he is I did not say that the l.uge land plants this past week, and tuinedon berries in Lawtey, for a man li.ui! '.., Ii T.I ". i !hr. ,ml.tntCJST Starke. Fla. I

dependent for i police protection fire protection and timber companies WOULD d>, his irrigation system and to off get to named Knickerbocker Mrs. Order Of PuldiValion ami v.\,<.ilrr in-r'1.'M. Funeral Director Ambulance Service

utility services, and perhaps even his away with the crews they now the plants wet down Hornsby told us stories of hei .tiieir: Male Of Kloriiln T.,111.11I' ..:
I a good start. He said he is plant when she was raised \\', t '..' 11 Tutn .uhi"r* -1- Our local funeral borne triable oa to offer convenience* &!1A
livelihood Such a voter i is obviously more maintain in this county. did say Missionary early days it*.n< i. ami .tilif- i I'. I iikiiovxn.
half of
interested in placing a personal friend on that they COULD, and at a large ing about half and out on the shore of Kingsley \ on an i-.| and Florida 90 plants. ",,,. ,. .
two interesting tolier I. I" in tl ai.oxt n.inittl -
the Council than he is in the Council a-> saving to them, probablyno : '* '* '* Lake They are very ,'''lIrI .mil ,'.1'iM'. \\ /" 1.,11 plaiti- ,
less than $20,000.::! I have no elderly people and it is a tiff -1.*> ..11,1" it"-toratioii ifmaid
a whole. Otherwise he certainly would not way of knowing what they would Otherwise we hear about few delight to visit with them. ,*.n namePradford We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, an4
limit himself to voting for one man when berries and County Tvlegraph ball accept ANr' life insurance
out policy In
do I do know it was through persons setting '* '* '* publish this Order 111 next fuurueekljr ; force, laaned by XNT

he has the privilege of voting for three. them that I first heard discussion it looks like the strawberry industry Jot some of the new giant- issues. company, as payment In pan or in full on a funeral.

Although it would take a comptometer of the desirability of a file control around heie has dwindled sized peanuts this week, and they ;,1 Witness Starke, my..Florida hand and Id:'official II I S.Hal.,p' ConaoltAtlon carries no obligation.

to calculate the exact advantage a candidate unit.I down to a small fraction of what are really the biggest peanuts 1956.

it is all too it used to be Cost of labor for One we measined OFFICIAL SEAL) '
receives from onchot'oting., the ever saw ,,
that of
did not one \\-f Chiirlr-- Darby.As -
-
obvious that a ballot on which only one timber companies say disbanded their making manufactured produ.tshas was 2 3-4 in'hf's long, and about Clerk uf Said Court /-... -- -. _- .:- ---_: _--. .'.' -. <, ::: -;; ._ --=::_ : .-
all I l'M.u.an: I. Ci.-l.x (Ii. .pin i ''. kX.i.h
out of five names was marked carries much crew in Alachu.i County when not affected our making 3-4 inches thick Man who raised M It"ngl.I'. ","'. 1.1. I:...miinu .
but it has all but originally were I 1.1.1.1\ .ill _'.
Kl
fire kinds of goods, them said they itlv -
established
weight for that particular candidate the county a .
-
,
more
.
business. he \ f i I'll ;' 111- If
DID that so faiis knocked out the berry raised in Japan and that got
than those on which three names are (control unit. I say
I knew they had only one man Trouble is we'll ha\e lots of appliances the seed up in Ceotgia He said MIIII i: 'i trnit .
marked other manufactured double that of In rirruil Cuurl. llrailfortl < ..MH<7,
that and all the yield is about
land
their in .
looking after rliiriil.-i; In C hanrrrv..liiiiula
know how
To put it as simply as we So far as I know they goods, but you ,-an't ea' the regular varieties The are Shl.... l'I IIIltf.; x '. J.tri.! g
county
when three names are marked on the ballot located in that them And you can't make ; | very good to eat. too I! Slnie, Defendant.
had a crew '
never Ca-e :N" It-ITNiiliie I
there are only two men who do not receive shortcake without berries! i > : 'In \pteirTo'

it should be. Hut when (:-ounty. of : James i: shut. ulir" ,. n '.-
votes-which is as few '* Sam is the pioud possessor '
You see what a diffeienee a dt'MI f and addre" t. I' I nknuiiYou
only one name is marked, there are four words can make. In fairness to a. Hear that sweet potatoes were a new camera a birthday present art heretiy notified Tiat a

men who do not rccl' \'e"oil's, thus zoom concerned unless an entire conversation bringing; only $2 a bushel on the from Alice so don't he surprised suit Inxuri for e ami re-|oiatioii ,.f iiiml n

ing the favored name ahead of all the rest is going to be printed mal ket at Jacksonville One farmer if he comes around and a!'ks you name
has been filed against In theaboe
you
as far as that ballot is concerned.Ve statements out of context can often we know brought:; his back to pose for a picture. He particularly named Court ami ("au-.. and

are not condemning the candidates cau.se people to assume something home rather than take that wants to get some picturesof you are required to Berre a copy ofjrour
the
an-ner or pleading: tt
not intended. Unless price, when they were selling so farm scenes unusual events the Plaintiff
who received a large number of such votes that was complaint nn
recoiding deviser much higher at retail pr l't's. on farms so drop him a card if .\ttorn \' there weie a
in last week's election. They mayor may Florida
*' *' something of interest.
a qualified stenographer taking you ha\e and file the original in the office of
not have solicited this method of balloting. town a statement very ('alefull '. Alice is still caiefully guardin the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

That is not for us to judge. confuse words crop. She the crop is before theS '.. .
it is very easy to her little persimmon I.ooks like pecan da.r II. 1..1o'r r> ;
Hut we do condemn "one shot" balloting, it on the this vear. otherwise the allocation* of saM
like would and could, etc, especially picked one and put going to be a' light one Complain will be taken as confessed
and the election method which fosters such if the one doing the quoting porch to lipen She hopes that at least com pa ted with last by )"ou. RCA Victor Adair.

practices. And we do not believe that voters iheady has a position on a question some varmints don't get the j ear's wondeiful one But that once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published with sensational new Budget"Living priced TV

who cast such ballots comply with their and (maybe) ? has gone on the others before we get a chance to was almost a once in a lifetime ueeks. in the Kradford County Telegraph Full 261 sq. in. of viewable Image"picture.

civic duties. defensive.It taste them happening, and many people I>at'd th.5 dax' r.f !:I"JlIt'II.r. area. "High-Sharp-and-Eosy"
'* '* around heie leally cashed in on ms.ti'r tuning
'*
We opposed to the one-shot system ha\e"been necessiry controls
located
are would not FICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dar high on the side of the
because it does not give all candidates on for Rep. Doyle Conner to ask F.verything is dandy the Republicans it. Clerk of the Circuit Court.Iarl..n cabinet let you tune standing .
the School tell as far as HIP JiT :\ L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk up
us
the ticket a "fair shake. It largely nullifies for an apology from over ? 7 4t !? ;soTirRTo gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy.
the ballots of voters who have complied with Board for an unfair insinuation small faimer and stockman i Hear that Bill Cievasse small Balanced Fidelity Sound. Three rico
with the voting and yet in the same Alachua harvested a !\ *i'Hi-tn
J full civic duties by expressing their choice connecting him conceined. beef is near (Coker !Hi) and la firevll Caart.. Rraifori C....7.Klurldns finishes: ebony finish; maroon or limed
the lead that
if all of we patch of coin .
nachiriQ proposal newspaper In I hamfry.Charlie oak
for three the ballot. It is undemocratic .S groined finishes extra. Mocid
names on ('omersation had been quoted selling retail at a 3-vear-higl' got the amazing record of 130 K. Uorder.riamtiff, %:-. 21T711.
.
who L'ora L e liordtr.Pefeiidant
because almost any person I[ made a motion that his letter with .some cuts over $1 a pound bushels per acre. He planted it Case :X.i. 10.1771'

can be assured of 50 to 100 single-shots b> accepted and recognized and nnd that steers on the market about 10 inches apart in the row- Wllre To AppeariTo .
; Cora Lee Korders. xxhn'-e r> sideme -
can be assured of winning a Council seat. asked that Mr. Davis, your reporter are bunging 11-16 cents a pound Wonder what our best production and address is: I'nknownYou $12 9:

Every single-shot vote he gets will] shoot consider publishing Hep Turn the rasc.il.s out we sav, if is here in Eradfoid County! suit for are divorce hereby notified thai a 1I \1'T

him to the forefront without advancing the Conner's letter. I appreciate your has been filed atra"s; you in the

totals of any of his opponents. fairness in publishing. ........ ............... James Lavender Sundav afternoon ibore YoU are' named required Court to serxe and cause a ropx and. ofniuransxxer

This problem! has been discussed several I also noticed a note of leflec or pleading to ttiecomilaint -

times in the past by City Council members tion in your editorial\ in the Sept LONG BRIDGE Mr and Mrs. Meadows Anderson Kalph on itolierts.the Plaintiffs 2 II- Pio Attorney|.' s...militiildinK.

the whan is a AND NEW RIVER and family of Alaska were JaiksonxilliIn ervice
but so far no concrete jetton has been 7 issue of paper of Mrs. Andei- Itlld file the original in the orfli of
to questionpeople's !
taken. Two methods havy been suggested: little unusual for you :\Ir Minnie Graner -
belief.
sincerity in their son's mother, Mrs or before the
as possibilities for eliminating this evil. i dixof: Oi..tuber !,'.r.:
had a ihanct and Mrs. Emily Moody '
I have not as yet therxxise the allecatiun" of ;ald'nmplaint
One would be for the Council to pass an the proposal on fire Mr ami Mrs. Ulysses Rhoden ( will be taken as confess.d .
to examine :Mi and :Mi.s. Junior Gibson
bv
ordinance authorizing the voiding of any (Ontrol but you can be sure I iinnoiuue the bnlh ol a daughteion of Jacksonville have started This you notice ftnll l>e published All Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates
ballot that does not have the proper number find out all I can about it before building a new block home near mce each week for four con"tlw..k \*
will Fnd.1 II. in the Lake
% Sept in the Bradford County T..IIIgraph -
of names, marked. Although this method election d.iy as I am for any Butler hospital the Moody filling station on Roai1. Fully Equipped --- Dependable
doubtful whether convinced is good welcome them to ou Dated this 11 d.ixof Anijii-t. I1*".*;!.
might be effective, it is I am tHO."e>
thing that Cecil Gibson and Miss Gel tie OFFICIALSKALI! Charl-i A. Dirby All Makes and Models

j' such a statute would hold up in court.A for Bradford County and against Fay Thornton were married Sept. community.Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court

second method would be to change the everything I believe is not good 11 Joe Leslie Forsyth and Miss Nan Merrill and sonUalph. r.y Marian L. Crosby, B*>:outy' T 4t Clerk i .:,

County even though visited J P HammOt.k"aycros. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
system so that instead of lumping all the for Bradford Ann Mullen of Annaloosa Ala Mr
be in the minority As you \\ .<;. G.i last Sundiy >01M: TO 'I"I"F.\R
I may GO: Fon-
married August
candidates together in one group a separate were on ill foiIhe In Circuit Court llrnilford CtinntrPlurl.liit .
division would be designated for each council well know it is not unusual foi nie Crews and Mrs. Margatet Hammock has been very In fhnxrery.Hary TRadio Seat Covers Upholstering
the minority. last few daysSEVENTH. :\ Hamilton Weyant. Plaintiff.
be
me to in Phone 239 StarKe Fla
vacancy to be filled in a particular Hopper of Ocala were married on is. John J. Weyant. Defendant. ,
This all came about simply because Casa :-to. 101750iol.e
5.Mrs IYADVEXTIST
this each candidate Sept. : ..
election In way. :\ T 4t |ie t
OUR
that 10TH ANNIVERSARY
would I had the thought George Anderson was in cnn cn To: John J. Weytnt, whose resllence -
whether incumbent or newcomer
whille the people were being asked Jacksonville on business and visit and address\ : 3207 Argonna

qualify to run in a particular group Thus, to decide about file control they ed with Mrs. Emily Anderson Services each SabbatrIn the Street You, are Endwell hereby, New noiiried York. that a '__ '- : ._'i- ; ,,", ._ _- __ __ _-_ :__ i '- -:-:--' =:7
ol1(>-shot voting would be of no advantage might also be asked to decide about last Tuesday.Maikalce home of S N. Brown across from

to a particular candidate because his race the future of the cdunt.\ :Moodv spent last Bethel Baptist Church east ofStaike. ,

determined only by the votes in which I believe if Sabbath School 2 p. m
would be school system, weekend VVaycross..<;s. Ga: visiting:; II

his designated group. Most voters under as close to the heaits of the Miss Nan Mullen. Bible Study each Wednesday.

this system, would doubtless exercise: their people as file control.I Visiting :\11'. and Mrs. K ASapp 7:30: p. m -Arden Mote, pastor. ,

privilege of voting for a choice in each thought you had a well-pie- last week were Mrs. Robert :

pared case for fire control am'I Bardin and daughter of Canal \<>ri( r.: or i\rr.\ii 'in YOU
g-roll p. IIM.I: ,, IIII niinoi \ \'It:
Since the method of voting is set up in must say very convincing I'm Point Mrs. Edward Goodwin ant! :Nntni. I" h'I..loy Kixcn I h.,I tliuiiilfiMKn -

the Lt'rislatUft'would iust sorry a similar study has not daughters, and :Mrs Tommie Hoi- "Ml. umli'" Hi" provisions
of
the charter, an act riorula
city ,.I c'hlI'I..r 2u'tr.! ":. 1.:1'"f:
been made and a case prepared of Ft Pierce. with the
be to inaugurate the ton .Vrf. <.f 1'MI.: will r 'KiM r
necessary concerning the school situation.I Mr. and :Mis B M. Anderson rierk nf the ''mint C'Mirt. in and CAN
tem. Cuuntv. Florida, upon
grouping sp do not blame the tax officials of Satsuma. and Mr. and Mrs. fur. Hraclfi.nl of publication of
nut! we believe that with such a system. it < _pi|>t of. proof tinfn.ititinii name ofM.uH
Mv onlv thought was to let the. Krnest Hinehoff of Miami visited tln not!>

and with the elimination of one-shot voting. people know the facts and let"tltem Mi anll's.! George Anderson .. .-. "Mc.ti.r li"a"t<1<"i-urt lit IoU-III"-under whi 7HN h.IM HEAT

Starke elections would be conducted on a make their desires knovnMr last Sunday Itinpl." .\"' :'t.,".... Kli. That

fairer basis and the will of the majority Morgan has some very interesting Mrs. Irene Gieen of Keystone tllf'" ''|HII. it.,. 11..1 l il. -.lid llUM-i1101'

would be more accurately expressed. : figures available to you or Heights, and John Hastings < I: 1'"X: ; T'ml.le
., Fl ,
anyone else that he will be glad: Ja'ksonville'lsitl'.1 Mi and Mis \\\ ". ".t.lr.".. I'. I' '' 7 ". \ T"II.l'le l ONE
to give.
-.
-
Brace Yourself/ I am not offended in anv wav. --- ;- _- _-_- _=- _--=::"-::-- -= -= --- C: -

but. being connected with the ROOM

school system, I do not want to
The movement to shift our non-religious NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED
fall get the schools involved in inv
holidays around so tht.w ll on a
factional disputes.Bv .
Monday is gathering considerable headway. OR
taking part of the di.ctis.ionat
This scheme of the National Association of the School Boa id ENJOY !,
five meeting :1:1,1I'eparating A CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU
Travel 1 Organizations would give us it into another spare !-n

long week-ends every year : the August :31 issue of the paper
birth AN EXTRA ROOM: CARPORT NEW BATH Including YOUR
Since Lincoln's and Washington's it was made to appear that MrLex

days are variously observed, these would be Green and I were conducting Fixtures NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK TANK &

merged and called "President's Day", which a combined effort aamst the Cm* WATER SYSTEM I ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING

would fall on the third Monday in February. control proposition Thi,; was preMimptious. LABOR AND MATERIALS ENTI E

The !last Monday in May would always [he it would seem a1thongh -

Memorial Day. The Fourth of July would I hone far it wa jut i coincidence Call Us or Drop A Card --- No Obligation
so as mcerned. -
not IK the fourth very often, since it would yc.u1" HOUSEfIlTH

inflexibly be the first Monday in that month.
I might mention tint I belie! *"e Tam 00 MONTHLY: PAYMENTSV33: :
Thanksgiving (shades of the Pilgrim 5300
the only one who was a member
Fathers !) would also be on :Monday the of the School Board at that \

fourth one in November. Labor Day. of time who worked all I .W.,1: 11 MONTHLY: PAYMENTS: %*\ 4 .17

course would require no juggling help get a favorable vote nn the 5600

Swallowing respect for tradition, this county hospital. I just men'ion\ -

sounds pretty exciting Practically everyone that to point out that I be'ieve! I AREA HEAT
FREE Estimate and Information
who has to meet a payroll is all for am progressive. Mr. Arch Th,>n: is -

and Sen. Johns can verifv !l'"
it. Hut still could the human animal stand
efforts in behalf of the
it of the fivedayH'l'k? hospita'I'm Store Hrs. : j:00 A.M. to
-on top .
sorrv I couldn't say th ,: It costs you less in every way fo heat your home with Dearborn Area Heat. If
Do we have enough ambulances, hospital fewer word 5:30 P.M.: Mon. thru FrL

beds. tow-trucks life-guards and liniment Your friend Close Noon Sat. you haven't heard about Dearborn Ares Heat. come in and let us tell you

to cope with so much leisure? Do we have Thornton Johns / about it. you'll save money!

enough people to spare? ,.

Kayo Manager IW Enjoy The Finest Heat You Ever Owned
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J
Jack Siemer formerly: asso. iat

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I'd&th Elrod Furniture Co ha>
From Gteko.
I EST. 1879FLORIDA'S recently taken over as manageof SLADE

the Kayo Service Stat.on on
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER

PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY north 301 STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

1 -- Next Door To \\ nn-I>ixie Phone 121
UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEADPUBLISHED THE RIGHT POINT for the
. FRIDAY AND ENTEBfD AS SECOND CLASS
.. MATTER AT EACH THE POST OFFICE At STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER way you write. Come in and %flect PHONE 333 or 43 STARKE FLORIDA

THE ACT Or MARCH 3. 187i. jour fatorit* ESTERBRQOK t
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BRADFORD COI'NTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLOJUDA I'\c.r JllKU
MITILMIUK: : 21 I, ior:

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other brides in the famf./: : rtnnnttt ttrtntt .'I v.ctk. \\h: :M.: L. I'... k::. ::

Chalk! 1'iene Jr '.V.IM 1 jt' -; <' ,h.-r' Mr. ,tnl: Mss! P- ,...

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy !Mi.in.The chun was decorated! \\ It h I i HAMPTON\ I I I, tt-iia'At-n:' flllluwlngthe gal'; .->t.. at the SPIV.C-:bi:! n .. .


Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127TYYTTTTYYTYYYTTTTTTYTYY potted palms and other tropical |I I'T )lro;. It. I:. Hill Mi.-.s; :ala Kucker of': I.
plants and lighted with whit I' I Ga., who is visiting :Mr. .u! i :\:
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Yi T T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT : candles. White chrysanthemums I lUllllUllllllllll1t.i Marvin Faile, presentedmusic -;


Saturday aftt-rnonn, Kept. 8. ,It the muid-of-honor. Miss Carla I Organ selections were by Dr. ; IiicumlirnN Ke-Khitwl: gram when Rev. Fail -j j ,.'

Miss Louise Robinson Henderson line-, wore ciiesscd in peacockblue I David Striker of the UniversiI !\' I Last week's city elution sled .\'- the students. Mr. and Mmd ; :

daughter:: oi Mr. and Mrs. J. C. goons, and carried roses I of Florida. more of a contest than antid- Miss Rucker were :i- .
I II
Henderson of Keystone Heights. dyed to brick-dust red. Their For her daughters weddin pated. when write-in votes 1 for at lunch.

was married to Clifford GrangeJr. hair was arranged in a duster I I Mrs. Henderson chose a beige j'j'I C. C. Cannon challenged and 1 lost Eighth graders at th-! ,4I

., son of Navy Capt. and Mrs. of curls in back, encircled with i lace dress over pale aqua silk. to G. P. Wadsworth for mayor.: I have just finished an ;< i

Clifford Grange who are currently roses and net. The mother of the groom wore .Eighty-five voters cast their study of good manners and l t uir

: stationed at a Naval Ease The bride, who was given in light blue lace.Following ballots, with no contest listed on conduct-at home at school. ; t;,
attired the ballots. Wadsworth received religious services and in ;11 t h:<
in Puerto Rico. I marriage by her father, was the wedding a reception -
The wedding was held in the 'in a long: satin gown witha was held in the home of 54 votes, and 2g:! writeinsCannon I for ; community, Mrs. Perkins said I An
I Cathedral train, and a Brussels on the post of mayor. Re-! : annual study for the eighth
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in i the bride's aunt Mrs.: J. L. Hem '' Jane Parker Light Tender Cake
Gainesville with K e\'. Curtisjo'letl'her lure panel do\\nthI' front. I erson. in Gainesville.The elected for the other posts were i grade class. The purpose of this}
the ceremony Her veil ;ilsn nt t Bnissflls lace clerk. W. H. Maxwell: marsh I activity is to enable students t.<.
performing I cake all of
bride's was
the Robert Cox councilmen, A. C. be at ease in the business ,inl
FIlii'.I'i ;
!
at fi .-lock. uupn'.Il; ]' linn' I
i I '.vhite. in five tiers!', topped with Dennison and D. H. Crawford. social world. As a lulniinr.tinj!
.Illl
t
The ondesmaid.1': Miss Mi-iiwia '"11 I' 'o a white orchid, with lilies of I the : 1 Large ring C
MilMardonny activity, the students have 1I.I.t ANGEL FOOD 45
Dixon ana Mrs: > anll\'n Render \ illi-v md white roses around' Inspectors were Mrs. .,
and code of ft1
.. and ten adopted a : -
"i- L.lc., of each tier. A ruffle of : M. L Watterson : 1'iTM.naN
Mrs. W. W. Hammond.
around the base'
wlt.t.lul1l' was
SANDERS 1 WATCH I REPAIRS ..! t;; oiko :MhooletSS I Mrs T. F. Brown lei ;.t.-i L '.s.- l h

Chapel speakers at Hampton i for a t'o'eeks'aeallal! "+ It t!! HtMM'nh Flausr: : Made; from lamotK 1 1.;! Knu! I'vcipc
i'.nk ; was served I
515 #pnaStrwt> Across From FanenitBoinr[ '. 'n!!,' h.iiiptgne l tntCn.i '. Elementary School accordingMrs. to I relatives in Houston and S.-ny: .
Ola M. Perkins princip Texas. Her daughter, Miss Nits;: .
GUARANTEEDW i -----
Ali WOIUC; FTUY \' Hiiro; the maidn of
will be Willard M. Jones, pastor: : rine Weest of Elizabeth. X .1
*!? OarW' M B p lr Sfcop In Qor Hon' "' ;'And C ..I'l-Ji! the bridal .touque I of Hampton Christian Church. was to meet Mrs. Brown in T-\' "Super-Right Tender Smoked Fully Cooked I
\\luteorchids.
(
!
;< '!1' '
the first Wednesday of earll as to take her vacation at tin i
I'll' :.n: the evening the brie I
'month; M. L. Packham pastor same time.
KWbtltBL : i'n iin departed! for a trip I
lof Hope Baptist Church Then' Mr. and Mrs. John l'X.: > i I
1 '/ t into! :,1,1' numntains: of North Can HAMS LB
sa, second Wednesday; Iar\'in spent last weekend on a tiij'> t 1.Ninth ..
49C1
HIM ,
Faile pastor of Hampton Baptist :: Carolina.
Th.-v will\ reside in Gainesvill. third Wednesday: anlf
;. Church :Mrs. Versie Barnes ot Ii.-.1 p'
u iK>if Mr. Grange, a former NJM the fourth
SAVE INSURANCE guest speakers on ton was taken to the Palatk, i, I
on
your \ officer, attending the Unvisity Wednesday. The pastor of the! I; hospital Saturday for treatment. HALF OR WHOLE 10 to 14-lb Average I
:
\ of Florida. will
Waldo
20' DISCOUNT ON FIRE Episcopal church at I Saturday dinner guests at th'' ..... 1 1'l'f
Hoard
( Meets: t
fourth Wednesday in : "" ,'I _
i speak the -t. ; ;
: : :
J.V.. Horne were Mis JotK :! I Iy
Tii taafternoon.! : Sept. 11ho September and Don Kokomoc '
Williams and Mis. Dick \\ 1I1amsI
30 DISCOUNT ON MOTELS PTA Board met to discuss the pastor of First Methodic* Chun I of Tampa.Mr. ._ -- ,"" -'- -- -- ..- .....,. --
; year's work. Clinton West, the in Starke. the fourthXcdnr.Ji I
1020'Discount; On Automobiles new principal was introduced tot in October. ) and Mrs. Frank M.II sh,11I "Super-Right" TOP Prcn'jm: : Quality I

hI' ladies', and the an of Rome, Ga., visited overnight
!
gave group Members of the junior //Iep' Thin Sliced BreakfastBacon
I he Monday with Mr. and 111':'. Marvin .
of the things and
idea of some from the sixth seventh i
Buy Mutual/ Insurance And Save I hoped to accomplish this yea club eighth grades presented special! I Faile and daughters.Mr. .

I The first PTA meeting held Sept music for chapel services last I and Mrs. G. C. Cox Jr.. and

Quick Claim Service No :Membership Dues 1 Is. was!' planned as a receptioi I children, and Mrs. Cox's mother, 1
for the new principal and leach meeting is Sept. 20.11is9 all of Arlington. Va., left Sun K49C

Two Licensed Agents To Serve You ers. and new-comers to PTA hostesses : XTlriar Kelson, who has urday after a week's visit with

I for the evening will ')1.Irs.. been visitin her brother and serinlaw his parents in Hampton Mr. and

f'h..stE'rIood)', Mrs. Georgi e i Col. and Mrs. DaviXelson Mrs. G. C. Cox. After :spending

DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY Schaeffer:' an.} Mrs. Fred Dodd, : s'nce July, left for I her this week with relativxes at Ft I "Super-Right" Lean Meaty

P.iis Ki I.'.> T.I HI IS home ir. Cambridge, Mass last : :Myers they expect to stop in

136 W. Call Street Phone 2S3: The parents!' of the KeystomHeights week. Hampton again Friday. nrout,>
who attend I Crov home to Virginia. Mrs ,\I1I1It' SMINLSSrRANKIESlb 43c
boys and girls i Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ii. I II.
Bradford County Hi?!h ell. oho have been in Mexic Jones of Starke spent the l.t\

Pchool. and the Clay Count' I two months spent the Sunday in Hampton with her i'.u- "-'. -. -, A. ,'__' ,' .. "
Pity for t I.. ._. __ -tJ-:.. \\ "t _. s'l."
WE CONTRACT FOR St hool Board have come to a soI : past weekend in Keystone Height nts, Mr. and Mrs. Cox. n. "" '.1.# :& :JJ .t: .-' ---7 :;<' _' ;

lilt I ion of the transportation problem : i visitingIrs. Crowell's parent.. Visitors Sunday at the how! .%&P Fancy Fro/en dreen :2 I III-Ill( I'hg- I A&P Our Finest Quality Sweet ('an )

ALL TYPES OF BUILDING which seems to suit everyon< Co!. and Mrs. David Xelson. They >f Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddm! .. kwel'l'

now. The Clay County Schoo I veie on their way to their horn Mr. and Mrs Ja. k Mom! !!t' No. 3

BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL Hoard is IE'nllingthe.E' children ibus. to t Princeton N. J. of Gainesville.Mr. :. BABY LIMAS 33c POTATOES 75c.IRI'

REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES{ while it is up to their par I Paul Lloyd End grandson of.ll's. and :,;rs. G. P. Wad-\M'tth:

FREE: ESTIMATES: rmts!' to furnish the driver anrmaintenance. I :\: Ella: C. Bird and son of :\lr. md 11.-. and Mrs. J. H Day .d..IPlant
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So now MvrorPrevatt ,' and11'" John Bird. has resumed City, who hae bt'E'n1lt.- Fancy Hawaiian Sliced ((':111)

:' .Tr, is chauffering about his studies at the Universitylorida. of I with the Wadsworth.

  • W. L. THIGPEN JR. :20! boys: and girls from this vi- : to ng Bunnell Sunday to'I.-lt Msmd : 2 can No. 1 C

    initv. including himself -- tcschool I Mr. and :Mrs. John Detweile Mrs. Thon.ia Wadswoith,I and'I II BEEF HASH 49c PINEAPPLE 31
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    Phone 297-J Starke. Fla each. day. This arrange Sunday from a plan rhildren.
    returned
    Route 2, Box 215Di :> tent seems better than four 01 Mr. Deteiler I '
    to Wisconsin where Mr. and Mrs. L. A. 11.11 ic-
    i live cars !going each da--and: I rip; went on business. pened their bus.ness at Hani-: ]! While HOUM Safe Pure (ctn) A&l1:
    ; some boys even "hitching" rides'Vew Youn ,
    las'
    Russell'
    Mrs. Thursday
    Tlev. and ton Junction on
    I'astor Hcoinctl\ i returned from their vaca after a month's \'." ation 6 can 77c
    ha\'e reek qt
    The and ot St. XVil- State! l lt EVAP MILK | SSc
    BILLY JACKSONFOR men women ion in the New England They visited relative.* and fllt'nt- MAYONNAISE|
    See iam's Catholic. Club hold n COeretl \'- : Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Cove in t :Miami Wildwood Archer ant.

    dish supper in the Hecroa.ional I I from Vermont, recently purchase Gainesville.

    Hall on Sept. 12 so that pink house formerly know I Ann 1'a.ue Preparedo; &P ('rthcd) (('an)
    could meet the new i and arivins '
    TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING veryone nest. Father John Skehan. Fol- as the "AI Kelson-house.nolIr.. Corey imployed i! No.
    there XKW Iai \ Fat can
    wing the supper the regular ; the Sperry liar SPAGHETTI 15c PINEAPPLE 218c
    at 'llt CCH ;
    And All Type Tractor Work neeting of the Catholic Club was I Ihl'ld : Plant' in Gainesville. i 1i.\l"TI'ST ( _

    with Herbert Nelson pre: W. Johnsoind Sunday School, 10 a. m. \\'urship -
    PHONE 163:> Mr. and Mrs. Jesse!' .-
    11 Evening Serve -
    siding.kivrptiun three children who hat Hour a. m. ---"

    rianncd Ilpl'n living on Lake Swan hatichased '' 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Ann Page Tender Cooked Baked Varieties
    W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER On !Saturday evening, Sept. 30.thl' the Walrath howe Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone (3 )

    pili ,, Parker, pastor
    ladies of St. Anne's Episcopal court in the cit 'elcome.L. L.
    ') npar the tennis 1 LBCAN
    ('huivh. with Mrs N. \\ Hardenieish living thl're.Ir..
    I in charge will hold! a re- t trl'ption Johnson park. and is are employed at SperryGainesville. "sin :M.\>S.UK. ; STTIUO BEANS IOe

    to welcome J ev. Dick, I and Mrs. John I
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    : 1 Mrs. Carrie Iae -Starlin): i i-
    Dirt! and his wife to their church. in Palatka. I
    son teaches school pened a massage studio :at: 119
    TIll' entire community is invited F.dward W. HJrper : Pork With Tomato Sauce, Vegetarian or Boston Style
    Mr. and Mrs. :: A free iii I" mtill ,
    .. ."'---- : Thompson.
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    .... ._, :, :: : Prl'silmgat the punch tables moved into UwRuhton ,' I ..
    .r ,, ,..- rf'cer.tly \\ he given r.uli. week t l"'I l'i.ist -- "- "' .,. ., .
    \\'ill be the wives of the local Clay Electric ; :: _,i_ t.) : '1'- _'' _.. _. "' -- \ '- -o.i, <- -
    : Place near loiter!! on "Tho Hcm-MN: ?' -- .A:1 ?V .- ,' _"'\fi .,__._. -.", <:_ ..._
    linisteis. and Mrs. A. L. Panis. Powell from Tamhave
    fir and Mrs. SWl'd"h Massage to! litalth"GOT
    resident of St. William's Altar taken the Mathewson i
    pa
    ociety.tuplMati: plarf' on Lake Geneva: Pr. Powell Jane Parker Enriched Whole
    Wheat White
    Bridge of Loyola Df'nta1; ASUMMER or
    I i!': a graduate
    At the regular weekly mel'ting'I New Orleans and i i"
    in
    of the Duplicate Bridge Club Tool irrently at woik at the Stat' COLD LB

    ept 13, Mis.! W D Klinepeter Pron, at Uaifard.Mr. BREAD LI0 IOe
    and Mrs Allen Graham held high
    Mrs. :11Pr F.roftM:' 'In,1thtf'f'
    ..ore Bill Terry and K Louisle and tht. TAKEi --
    Newcomers occupying .
    children lire c1.
    :\- held second high The next Dr. Parsons house on Lawn-n.! .' 5 torsymptomatic Famous for Fine Ingredients, Oven Fresh Flavor

    and Visitors .-- .
    Blvd.fr.. and Mrs nvrett )' ox 'I nil 6 6 6 RELIEF'FOR --- ------cDetergrnt --'- ..- ,-_ ti- -- -----, __ --.. __ ____ ,_ __ -_ .._ _-,_ _._ -___" ___ _,,_ __ '__-
    lildren retinne-l I home Sundavter :

    WE RUT YOU COLONIALFLORIST Daytona\ eight Hearh.days The vacationing R. N Sunder i, i j Chicken of the Sea j i j 20-lule Team


    land down and for Roy the Tyre weekend families and went a" ,, DEPENDABLE IK 31f TUNA 29c I BORAX 19c

    thrl'e families enjoyed a picnic on I Ithp I

    Whether is beach Snnrtav.Vis i Termite Control ,
    your stay permanent-or temporarywe PHONE 218 Michael: Barry nf Starkeher I .---______...-r______+ __________._________ --------------.-..-.
    welcome you to our community. You will Albert I 1 ,
    brother-in-law. Household S CommercialPest
    anti Medium size Soap 2 for j For Cookings and Salads j Margarine
    find hospitality and helpfulness all about you anda Parr '. fit Detroit Mich weie Run'd.I ControlS i !
    (j) of Mr and I 5 Wesson
    sincere desire to make you feel "at home." .v afternoon guests Groie SprayingCall


    The any friendly time to solve service any of financial this bank problems is availableat you FLOWERSFor YI i Miss<: George from Kenny BHS Schaeffer.Price in June who College, is graduatl'd attending inJacK"oI''i11e. -- FR. 66035lorida ; I I I II IVORY 11c !I OIL pt 31 C ;!\ !NUCOA 28'c


    have. All Occasions Jones Business ; Pest Control t .--IIL.LIIL.L..L. .. .
    Come in.We shall be -- .
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    may glad to meet you. --------------- \ --- --

    DISH GARDENS I :\[r. and Mrs.!' K. John JJelSiin & Chemical Co. Shorteninr' -- t: Laundry Bleach

    ant! children of Jacksonville visit- 24 X. W. 16th AweGainesville !i Dog Food
    POTTED PLANTS ('.1 Mrs. Xelson's sister. Mr I

    POTTERY Gt'o:1'::: Clemens recently.Mr. : and family atHilkrl'st Florida I' CRISCO i IDEAL I CLOROX


    Flowers WiredAnywhere and Mrs Donald Lawronrpve
    FLORIDA BANK <" STARKEffi i : returned home after a five i


    Member Florida National Group I 'ona St. Starke"HANDY \\,I'.KS'i in Brice

    .,tt.'nlm, r::: Middle Georgia rollr
    -" .. .. Ga has enrollp} n'
    .-... --. --. .., .-- ,- '1
    :\10' T" of F for his Junior year
    For 40c!
    Mvrul Mic !>>rtn Brewer r n<1

    \ "f .Taoksonville; \ are newKevstone Seedless
    < : n
    .. .. Heights havL FREE Bleach If Desired!
    > < '"
    BOTTLED GAS SERVIC S E
    FLAME" "" 'e.vt'v: moved into their new 0

    ,, St.Yr.. Brewer GRAPES
    ,
    h 1e'nn Maenolia: ::: LBj5C:
    Electric. We Will
    is prnployed at Clay
    COMPLETE BOTTLED .AS(; SERVICE FOR
    MV! 4t i M: ;= Albert Pruitt of i

    COMMERCIAL' -- HOME OR FARM USESEE \\' 'r.: n_',-r Del are expected Dry Your Clothes ".'- '.,.. .. .,'. J. _. ..... __. .
    .''..-..1] fir a visit at the --..- -- -.;;:;.(-- -.._....- ,. .. .... rl
    .- ." Mr (r.l Mrs Charles T. For 20cIn
    IS BEFORE YOU BUY .' Nice Ripe Firm M/IH., N.1..1.
    : MN
    DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS $89.95 )fr. T-I d Mr Dale Siprelle :ar; New Automatic Driers! TOMATOES Ib 15c ; ]&&$ %

    .
    ...'< ..: Wi'.minton. Del arir.lav ood stores 4
    20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95 0 '
    I. :: > : for a two-week ;;?:: :

    APPLIANCES OF \LL KINDS :-. -'..' R..I! Siprel: fan.i'.vI1 :: PRUNES Ib 13c .. Ny."I. .****4- U* q./NI

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    HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY ; '. .J t-ter TheVasheteria\ Elbertu 412 Call St.

    : celebrated their Mrt
    F" r-: r.srcr. l Ib
    ;218; Temple Are. Phone 43 : t! ,! Tir..voarv; with a parry 'mple \fe. Starke PEACHES 12C Starke, Fla.

    I at the Happy Hours Nursery --- .. .
    Easiest Terms '
    r Lowest Prices I S,hool on Sept. 12. '.,__ __ -- -__ -. 0- < : .--- .._ _ff :.:. : ,__, .__._ --, ..it.I; -.'. :____-:{' ;: -'- :J':





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    BlUbFORI COUNTY TELIC 1:.'PII. STARKF FLORIDA

    f"" .. .. I -___ KKII1AV) :sM'TKMIJKK: : '
    : r Supper Party Honors :_:.

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    _t Jor Neal Belche And Baptist 1 o OIKJIU) t t1

    \liss Frances Caldwell MUSH!I Si hool 1 Itne

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    .. 1.4 ..: -s France Caldwell and Joe rS : r;:-wg ,\. :i.u; >: Bart! .' A"
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    f s Celt he.: whose marriage was -. .-.hides'' ]; hi--

    Gladys Mooty vent of Sunday afternoon. j Betty JoStarling :- "' ..ii-.i. wIl >;' '- !

    Phone 35 : I' honored at a lovely buffet I: ?- Sept :'l-.'' T;

    I IT. .:.;:><'!" party at the State Farm rs -' .r tl:! begin t'o i ': ,

    __ .. ,. .... ; :7 d> .
    ss SssrSrr : te!
    S S I I' i L r iii.inunity:: Club following their : ;' : :.t.t,4e1 F.i!>; I Hi4i ; ,:
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    7 S'.uke.
    I \ "lingrehearsal last Frida i ,, ; "h
    Woman's Club Holds Recreation Program I f .
    ", -vng. And -- \ ,.: ht' ,.ff,-!,'d .r : ,

    Mock Radio Program Told At BPW Meeting 'I' ..3ItW' Heists for the affair were the If! .-, !b ::1:1 pl.i.r.:.
    ::> j .
    I s p.uents' : of the honored ta:; i ir.usic in :the l 1!..',
    Frances iI ..... couple.Mi Roman I., .
    committee of Mrs. Joe Arnold and Mrs. J. W. i A ; -i ::a'' :
    The CItizenship : I .A. and Mrs. A. C. Belche and ,, Mi'Ulty'i;;J0" i iI if V.
    the S'arke Woman's Club presented -: Brownlee were hostesses at the .; Mi and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell of'' V i ; > ,;fl i !:.iptist state 'I.: .-
    ...,/ ,
    a mock radio program'Whal' i September meeting of the Staike : :Mie State Farm. ". 11: i the ReL I f.

    My Line in Bradford i j BI'W Club in the USO last week. Cald\Vell" The club house Alvarez ; Hi '.i pastor of the Star-:
    c
    was beautiful
    i ounty" at their first fall meet- ,I Tom Casey, director of the recreation lor the occasion with j Hift.s; : rhti-h.: who \\.il:: t tnt :

    n Wednesday afternoon of last center, was enthusiastically \\ merits of magnolia leaves arrange-Fox j Are United :I ,,-.1 I ir.!: :the Bible.A .

    week in the club house. ;I received as he discussed the Weds I. ''jli've/ and Zinnias placed at vantigc I / .. 414 A .- ul feature of tilt'1 iuil -

    The program was under the j future plans for the center. I points throughout. The beau- j !! be a mass choir lumpo-

    headed by Mrs. A. U. I !I I Double nt thiise, in the school
    Committee Plans were made to attend the Mtiiily appointed buffet table was i pre.-en-: _

    Norman, first vire president and [ District 3-1 meeting in Jacksonville ; "wrlaid! with a white linen doth I Imd a progiam of sacred' mu>ii I-

    Mrs Kate Sheppard and Mrs. W. 1 I I and Mrs. Marian Howe JoeN. entered with a miniature I jriay i night Sept. 28. The puLvull .

    H. Hart, citizenship chairman.Mrs i 1. chairman of Business Women's I nit- doll dressed in a white Ring begin at 8:15.SappDodd: .

    Sheppard served as guest week, announced that Mrs. Ruby I b. 1t1..1 gown and the four attend- I : ; '

    hostess and announcer and presented Johns. Starke City Councilmanand BelcheIn 'j' dolls dressed in lavender am j :-: L

    Mrs.V.. B. Mundy, Mrs. L. beauty shop operator had .__: "..IIII\\" Hand-made white frosted !i Ceremony

    \ Canova Mrs. Herbert Ritch been selected as Woman of the i indli-s balanced the The wedding of Mis I.v
    centerpiece ____
    and Mrs. W. H. Hart who each Week for Starke. At one end of the table | Dodd. daughter of !fr. and M'( -

    short talk on their line of Sunday fl ____ was j \\" J.
    gave: a I In observance of National Business : pl.i.cd 1 a crystal punch boWl' Dodd Jr to John B Si.I:

    business in Bradford County. I j Women's Week members of t.J "rrminil which was arranged fern son of Mr. and Mrs. Cail :S; <;!

    Mrs. C L. Scholl, presidefltuesided ] the local club will attend the ."<01! hibiscus blossoms. j will be. an event of Fridav \ At the
    over the business meet- Presbyterian Church: on SlInlla: ). Ceremony > 'licr end of the table I I 12:! at h:30: pm. at tlu h."i, .
    was
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    -- '< "' -'""""' ,
    club ; : the
    in" It was moved that the ;, Sept. 23. and will honor Mrs. ''iv.'iy double-ring wedding cake i i '( 3 !, bride-elect.

    rmrhase a Bible for the Lowell j Johns with a dinner at the Garden Ii'! "" .surrounded with fern anti ii j Miss Betty Jo Stalling daugh- 1 '''lInII\On":\ .'enll'll'clnth white

    Institute for Wom 'n. The superintendent Restaurant on Sept. 27. vjh lull.>cus. All the table decoration -"j Iter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe S Starling odwlnth: long unite satn; Beta Sigma Phi

    of the Lowell prison I ItVas announced that the t *; were made and of Starke, became: the bnJe stitwmeisi n'd\ uith hthi .irna-

    wrote a letter of thanks to the I| local club has been given high i h\ Mis. P. D. Fancher Jr.arranged of Roman Alvarez, son of Mr and I I ion. Beta Sicna: Phi .
    mb for the good response re- I I recognition by having Mrs. Desta I Assisting the hosts in ; Mrs. O. R. Alvarez also 01"i Mrs Stalling was attired! in a meet at M.s l: Roluvt!' t i.i'-: .- : .
    asking for books and A '. serving i Starke. in a double-ring wedding royal blue home : ( ,
    oived in I Dyal selected as State Chairmanof .MI.Mrs.. T. A. Yawn, Mrs. P. dress complimented Monday r.: uh; t

    magazines. the Girls Industrial SchoolI I 1'' Fancher Jr., Mrs. Robert | ceremony performed Friday afternoon with pink accessories and ;a ('.>1sage Mr (;iene I.Mr.t. ; \.i'! I..
    I V. i Aug. 31, at 5 o'clock in thr t" ,
    Members were reminded of theDlstrlt't project.I 'S4 Tinner. and Mrs. Milo i of pink carnations.
    I Seigler. Pine Level Baptist Church. Mrs.
    board meeting to be held I I -Starke club was represented : The 30 guests included The Alvarez wore a grey dies-
    mem- p.eW..
    Oct. 1 to 3. It was : .,. E. Hall performed tn-" with a ( blue
    in Cleai water. i by eight members at a meet- .. lifis of the wedding party, the ( 'orsagof carnationsA '
    nuptials.The
    voted to purchase: a silver service :{ ing of District 3-4 in Jacksonville immediate! families and out-of reception immediately folio A ,

    t.ir the club. j j I''on Sept. 17. At this meeting t ti/\vn quests.jFarris | sanctuary was beautifulfor ed the wedding at the home of

    Mrs. Junius Smith, finance i ihairman i Mrs. Dyal again brought recognition ':' :r__ '/' '-kl .,... the wedding with pedestal Mr and Mrs. P. II. Faulkner on

    announced that the I to the local club by being j baskets of white carnations and ,( Westmoreland Street. Airing'- flLSP

    dub will sponsor another dinner elected to serve on the state nom Miss Frances Caldwell, daughter ver wedding bells. !'I, Bryant Speaks ;; gladioli against a background of ments of white gladioli and giecn-

    this fall to raise funds. The following -I inating committee. of Mr. and Mrs. James Glover Mrs. Milo Seigier and Mrs. W. At Supper Program '| palms. An arch of greent'ryI I 1 ery were used in decorating: for

    Library Committee was I Caldwell, became the bride of B. Mundy greeted guests, and : "entt're.the altar which was tied <' the occasion. The bride's table

    appointed: Mrs. C. L. Scholl Birthday Party Fetes Joseph Neal Belche son of Mr. in the receiving line \Vt'reI..s.. Of Methodist Group with a large white satin bow. I.,\n'tl vaSoverIaid_ ____ with a lovely lace Mr ,end1: > I Deveie :-.1.:: .

    Mrs George Kaufmann Mrs. P. !j and Mrs. A. C. Belche in a cere- j Caldwell Mrs.( Belche. the bride i and lighted white tapers in gradu-' tium ana centered with a fou r. 01itlrk,' announce the ra: ,

    J. Quattlebaum.. II. C. Hitch Barbara BlankenshipMrs. mony performed atI o'clock last :' and bridegroom and I the maid of Farris Bryant, lawyer and noted i ated holders, cast a soft glow tiered wedding cake topped witha ''a son. Lam Bryant on Sef! : '

    und Mrs. M. W. Cressler. i Sunday afternoon in the Com honor. The receiving line stood :state legislator delivered an address I over the setting. The family pews miniature bride and gloom I!Iin Doctor's Hospital.

    During the social hour refreshments I Margaret Blankenship entertained ]munity Club House at the State i in front of the mantel, which was on a layman's tlutto hifi. were marked with white satin Surrounding the cake was plum- :i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Liu.> ,

    I at a delightful party Farm where both families reside. banked with magnolia leaves and church at the year's first j bows.i oSUs fern interspersed with white 'Starke, are the happy parent-
    were served by the hostesscommittee I pro-
    : Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Friday evening. Sept. 14. at the The Rev. W. S. McAliley of- held a central arrangement of I gram of the Methodist MenUs Club i I While the guests were assembling pompoms. Two-branched crystal 'a daughter, Catherine LynnI\ ,. ,
    j j Parish house on Church street ficiated at the double ring cere- white 'I candelabra holding burning ''Sept. 10 in
    chrysanthemums
    Mrs. T B. Harding Mrs. James and glad- Monday night. i Mrs. Gwendolyn Thornton white Alachua General II '
    Lewis. Mrs. Harmon Morgan, Mrs. for her daughter Barbara who mony, solemnized against a back- ,! ioh backed with 15 burning white I I I I I Bryant has been an active layman rendered nuptial music at the tapers balanced the lovely setting. ipital.
    was celebrating her 12th birthday ground of white i Crystal compotes and i
    Earl Searing Mrs. J. E. Wall. chrysanthemumsgladioli I: tapers. of the }<'irstIethodist Church j piano. Tony Gonzalez soloist. sheet trays held I

    Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. Lester anniversary. and palms. Lighted ;1 The bride's table. overlaid with i i in Ocala for many years. He and i sang0 PromiseIe" and cakes, mints and nuts.

    Crews, and Mrs. F. F. Stump. I Roses and fern were used to I' tapers in seven branched cande-i! a white linen cloth was centered ;Mrs. Bryant were special guests ,; "Wherever Thou Goest." The tra- i' The punch table was centered :\OIHi; TO AITKtU

    decorate the lounge for this ocas- labra cast a soft glow over the with a three-tiered wedding cake. ,'of the meeting. j I i j ditional wedding marches were with a punch bowl which was surrounded -:i:, In FI..rldal Clrrull ('..iirl. llrndriird County,

    BusinessVomen sion, with a fan-shaped arrangement setting. i flounced with white tulle and tiny i About 100 were served at the :: used. |I with fern and white ,i A;k. .Iai'Ann In l Iok tThnnrprr.Plaintifi v -

    of the same blossoms Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, pianist. \ silver wedding bells. The cake': covered-dish supper which preceded : pompoms. i,';a lid l I II I /lit k. Iirfenilant I
    I best for the
    Serving as !
    : man ,
    'i centering the long mantel. The refreshment played nuptial music during the |: was topped with a miniature' the activities. Following the' his Owen Mrs. P. H. Faulkner Sr. greet-;.\.., T.. *nn.". C"II..r ;;" ""
    Sept 23-29 has been designatedas overlaid bridegroom was brother. .
    table was ceremony and the soloist Miss \ bride and groom. and flanked by supper several selections ru-- guests- at the door and I To linln'mT Vl"Dirk., \\ !ii..."
    Business Women's Week were Alvarez and attending as ushers presented -idfiitf .
    by I with beautiful lace cloth and I and address is. M"Irt "
    a Louise Stern, sang Always" and five-branched candelabra entwined by 'I them to the I I
    sung Tony and Mae Adams
    Gonzales. receiving line [ Si r.- AViIniiiil'i
    W were Gerald I .
    Mayor T Jackson who signed' centered with the traditional Bobby Sapp, Crosby. I "I Love You with fern and silver wedding \ In composed of the bride \\an'
    Truly. The tradi- his and and groom
    message Bryant Rudolph Hutcheson.
    a proclamation to that effect last | white and birthday cake compared j
    I Iweek. pink and
    tional bells. At each end of the table their parents. You are hereby .
    wedding marches the Christian notified Ih. '
    of a
    :' which was embedded in plumoeus were j i iover today with the 12 The bride, given in marriage by Mrs suit for divorce

    Dunn" this period the local i fern. Pink candles in silver hold- used.The were crystal punch bowls Bates presided and i disciples of Christ pointing out I I her father, chose as her only attendant i bride's cake.Tony Miss Gonzalez cut the I above as been filed against you In tile
    by Misses Nancy the Elizabeth named Court and
    Jack-
    cau e .lI,1 1
    BI'W bride in superior
    Club will was given marriage advantages
    and
    join with the na-: !I
    the
    ers balanced arrangement.The Mis. W. A. Stern I I her cousin Miss Bar- :son presided at the you are required to serve a cuj>\ .
    Kay Partney.
    equipment punch bowl
    tional organization tn activities by her father, and wore n of the modern age I your answer or pleading to tini :r.
    60 young guests enjoyed cut the cake and Miss Myrna Lou i with bara and Miss Patricia Alvarez plaint on the Plaintiff's
    honoring women in businessTMEATeT gown of heavy, white bridal satin which to woi k. Thomas as maid of honor. : kept Attoiriv
    William! !> ,
    : .
    .M..iin.
    dancing throughout the evening.Mrs. the bride's book. I ,11;
    the bride's book. Assisting -
    that had been Rahn kept I Miss Thomas Also assisting i
    her three llnlilniK.
    worn by i was gowned in a .l.i. "k-.n\jll. ::'. n
    was assistedin I in were Mrs. Joe i j i in serving; and land file the .
    Blankenship
    serving caringfor
    i oiiginal In the
    .:. -- "_ "_Lm1LlflAP1: : : servug and caring for her The elder fitted sisters bodice at their had a weddings sheer net .I C. Wallace Mrs. Louise Harden i Mr. and Mrs. Triest waltz length;;: dress of light blue ; were :Miss Gail Reddish theguests !before the Clerk the of the Circuit Court nft:.<..-.- .
    organdy over taffeta
    daughter'* guests by Mrs. Riley yoke, and the long sleeves ended Mrs. II. M. Richarde. Mrs. Charle. Are Complimented '.\ Ith a low cut matching neckline. The ,' ;Miss June Conner Mrs. Eloise 'I :1'J: day ..f ii. t.ili.-r. I!'r.r.otherwise :
    \ViMlm .md Mrs C. R. Tillman. I : Allwood Airs. Carl Kurtsinger. ;Starling. Mrs. J. C. Sann. xrr. the allegation <,r -
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    in calla points over the wrists. j jme dies. i r' '- K'omplaint will be taken .
    .. *; featured a snug bodice and ]Lucile as
    I, Brown
    '- n" Mrs. R. V. Turner, and Mrs. L and Mrs. J. G I ress-d t>y you.
    .- 16 - inn circular skirt tiimmedin lull-weep! skirt and with this she
    51FLA. \\\ -. Pace. Jackson. This notice shall be pulp: -
    1.Jill STARKE S Chantilly lace terminated in ., ui.ie I a matching headpiece. Her 'onrt> each week fur four ronsei 'it.-
    After spending some time with b After spending some time with w..ks.n the Ifradford County '!1.. -
    I a short train. Her finger-tip bouquet( was a cascade arrange- graph.

    DOUBLE) FEATUKE SPERRY I veil of sheer illusion was held in their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Delcho -, !n.rnt of pink carnations with left their guests,: the young couple I ',.I."t thK ]1'" d.i\ ..f Si i '

    Sl"MOX.: TUES. place by a coronet of seed peails. I left for a five-day wedding trip .1 junk, satin streamers.The on a short wedding trip to '[ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Ciiarle A. Darby.
    The bride traveled in a Navy blue i Daytona Beach. The bride chose Oerk .,.r the I';rl'UII I' : '
    SEPT 232125"Quincannon: She carried a white Bible topped I' bride 1 Ry :Marian L. Crosby, Doputy ricrli
    OFFERS YOU sheath dress with Navy and j chose for her wedding for traveling,: a light blue lace
    with a white orchid tied with I' j "
    FontierScout" !I white accessories. I ler corsage a waltz length gown of white afternoon dress complimented
    satin streamers. :I!Ir
    An OpportunityTO 4 i white orchid. They will .. ciystalette featuring a high necK- with white accessories and
    I was a j ji I an
    The bride's only attendant washer Pensacoln I jjwheie line and fitted bodice which led orchid : .
    make their home in Ii corsage.Mr :
    ( sister. Mrs. T. A. Yawn, maid i I 1 to a sweeping skiit Her shoulder : I GAY'SHome Ii IiI
    OI.OR By IN- Luxe i Mr. Belche is stationed j rtndIrs: Alvarez 'in- mak-;
    of honor. She was gowned in nI '
    With IVjrgy Castle and John i iliniiuficld with the Navy. ,rt length veil was attached to n Ing I then: home ,It 147L': :X' Temple I'

    LEARN I I yellow net over taffeta along The bride graduated from Bradford bandeau of crystalette..She earned Ave :Mi Ah lIt'7. I Is r.'iipiou'd I AppliancesYour
    lines similar to those of thebride's I a cascade of white II
    PLUS I, High School and was employed bouquet at Stai! nngs I OtcMctv, store II
    She carried a I I I .
    gown. '
    i AND EARN I ty a local law firm until Friendly
    "I Dream of
    Jeanie" "
    \ nosegay with a cascade effect of I; Garden Club To Hold i .' '" -
    her marriage. Mr. Belche finished j: "_ ,__ ,.: ,;
    Kay Miildleton. Kill ShirkyMuriil I i: IX NEW gold chrysanthemums tied with [ high school in Gieenwood. i "- -. Covered-Dish Norge DealerS
    1.a\Hell'I' gold satin streamers. f' i SupperThe
    I Fla. and has served with tho j.t STROBO'SGARAGE
    In TIUTOLOK best for the NP.RGErru.CEs
    BEGINNINGOPENINGS Serving as man I
    since that time.
    Navy Starke Garden Club will
    Plus Color Cartoon for Kids bridegroom was his father, and I ', I
    Out of town guests at the wedding j / t begin its fall season with a covered )1.\1"Ti \V.\SIIKKS
    ushers were T. A. Yawn, and *" GENERAL
    REPAIRSAll
    G. Younge.
    Mrs. A.
    included
    WED. TIIUKS. SEIT. 26-27 Buck Pierce. dish supper Monday evening .
    I'OLEMAX .
    Mrs. EmeryDeane IIKATEKS: and
    W. D. Green
    DOUBLE) FEATURE Mrs. I .l t nt 6:30: o'clock in the Parish :Models
    mother of the
    Many positions a\allable in all Mrs. Caldwell I Ihide. I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Rev1 I[ 1 J4 J CARS FLOOR ITKXACKS:
    I cotton lace. Her ; j House Church TRUCKS
    "The Creeping categories. No pro ions experience wore pink I nolds and daughter all of Red- : \ on Street
    .. shoulder corsage was of white j Allf, The chairman of each LA WlOWEnS: We Service All :MakesOf
    Unknown" nN'tI..!. Enjoy top rates. dick Mr. and )[I"s. Charles committee I

    full benefit's modern air conditioned chiysanthemums. i I wood Sr. of Jacksonville. and | will give her plans for Price Reasonable I Appliances
    Mr.
    and Mrs
    Brian Itonlevy plant.DAIIX Mrs. Belche mother of the Mrs. Joe Hill Williams and Mr. Fred Ackerman the coming year. ('or Orange and S-) OO-A :

    PLUS bridesrroom.-. wore Navy- blue print. j and Mrs. Monroe Rogers of Lake entertained at a .Ipper party 2 BLOCKS OFF :301-S Phone 10
    I Hostesses for the will
    I meeting
    Mr.
    recently honoring and Mrs.
    "The Black Dakotas" silk. and her corsage was of pink Butler, Mrs. W. D. Turnage and I : .. ." Starke, Florida
    INTERV1EVSSOO chrysanthemums. I| children of Albany. Ga., Buck :, James Triest who were married 1 be Mrs. V. V. Hazen, chairman. ,-'" .-.. _:--' ,-. ,. 'j =
    TECHNICOLOR i IP Folkston. Ga. on Sept. 1. Enjoying :' Mrs. J. D. Mrs. E.
    Seymour I.
    Following the ceremony a reception -I Pierce of Tyndal Field. Panama
    :M.
    Plus Color Cartoon for Kids : A. M. To 4:00 P. ; this affair with the honor
    was held in the club room i i City, Capt. andIrs.. Brannen Clark, Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs
    Gary .Merrill Wanda HemlrU: Saturday 8:00 A. M. guests and hosts were Mr. and I
    John of the club house, where arrange- i Everett of Valdosta.; Ga., J. M. : II Paul Raymond and Mrs. Pauline
    ItromfieltiFRI. I Mrs. T. S. Triest. Mr. and Mrs. I
    Up to 1 :00 P. M. ments of white gladioli and magnolia Meadows of Ashford. Ala.. Chief Torooe.I .
    I I c. D. Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. I ,
    SAT. SEPT 28-29 leaves weie used in decorat- |1).1. E. Dodson of Norfolk, Va.. -. .
    Or \ rite Application I Gordon Wager, and Mr. and Mrs !
    ing. Hung from the archway into and Miss Kay Partney of West .
    DOUBLE FEATURE I Russell Eberle.
    I
    Presbyterian Church Old Tires Qte Worth Morer
    To: the dub room were three sil- 'Palm Bea'hProgram
    "THUNDER PASS" I The bride ir. the former Miss

    Thelma Strickland of Putnam Slates Rally Program \ When You Trade I
    PERSONNEL DEPT Riglrf How r_
    l lane Clark, Dorothy Patrick Baptist TEL Class PresentedAt I ,

    Andy PLUS Deiini SPERRY ELECTRONICTUBE |!Approves Officers \VSCS Meeting Hall.Mr.. and Mrs. Triest will residein i About 40 children will receive ... ,.4M J'f#

    I
    DIVISION Melrose. j promotion certificates Sunday as \f

    "The Lieutenant Wore i I The T E L. Class; of the First I I i Mrs. CV.. Sinclair secretary i I the First Presbyterian Church .

    Skirts" I Sperry Hand CorpGainesville !! Baptist Sunday School met Wednesday 'of Literature and Publications. Heilbronn Shower I holds Rally Day and Promotion

    12. at 3 Day. A special "The
    afternoon Sept program
    Tom Ewell: and :Nherre North I Fla. ,. : o'clo.-k at the home of Mrs. H. I!J: led the combined worship and Fetes Mrs. Redding ,i j Home and Church Growing To- 3Tkn CUSTOM

    Plus Color Cartoon for Kids (Near Municipal .Airport) L Hough j I j program sel vice of the First !!{;ether," will ''be presented; for

    I, I, Mrs. R. A. Thomas. president -i; Methodist WSCS Monday after- Mrs. Raymond Redding the I I the occasion The Rev. W. S TUBELESSSUPiRCUSHIONSGOOD

    I in the church saw'tuarv. former Miss Clara Starling, was ,
    conducted the business session -I noon McAliley announced. by
    r I honored of last
    Thursday night I
    following: the devotional led I She presented the Quadrennial I Teachers and
    Sunday school!
    week with miscellaneous showerat
    PINE SEED NEEDEDContainer bv Mrs. Oarl: :Mathews assisted byi :i Goals, 1956-1960 and the program the home a of Mr. and Mrs. Dar- i officers to be installed at the /

    : Mrs:; Hough. Mrs. D. W. Moore program include. CharIer
    "The Spirit of Christ ty Gaskins of Heilbronn. Alwood
    and Mrs. F. F. Flume.
    I For All of Life." Mrs. Sinclair; Members of the Heilbronn W. superintendent; Rudolph Sink as- 3-T Triple-Tempered
    ( ooJaooh Nylon
    Corporation America is now buying The following slate of officers sistant superintendent; Mrs. Herbert
    M S. hostesses for this delightful
    I Mrs. Titus Olson. were -
    for the was assisted by Green. Cord and Grip-Seal
    coming was presented
    year
    and of affair, with Miss Linda corresponding secretary construction jj .
    loblolly pine cones for the purpose extractingseed. I
    by the nominating committeeand J Miss Amy Coburn. Miss Kate Gaskins greeting guests at the ; Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr for extra safety '

    approved: Mrs L. U. Mor- I Struth Mrs. II. H. Adams Mrs door. ;recording secretary. flyff5

    I gan president: Mrs. F. Hutehin- j. F. McComb. Mrs T. II. Slade Total enrollment of the
    Throughout the evening Sundayschool Custom in
    I games I styling step with // jff. /f
    son. 1st vice president: Mrs.: F is
    The price for d. is and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. were played and enjoyed by the approximately 150 the
    go() healthy unopened cones $1.25 F. Flume' !'t'cretaryIrs.; D. W. II minister said. The new car design
    DUring the business meeting. group with prizes awarded to I program will
    i Moore treasurer: Mrs. Carrie In- ( begin at 9:45 a.m. fjffj I
    per bushel in the field and $1.30 per bushel deliveredto 1 i presided over by the president.Mrs. the winners.Mr. .
    'g"t.lm. Mrs. Garl Mathews and *
    The Rev. New Twin-Grip Tread
    C. D. Williams, Mrs. L. D Redding assisted his lovely Mr. McAIiley's sermon stops -J I
    the Starke Woodyard. will be made in Mrs. Bertha Fuller group cap-
    Payment
    bride in opening the many gifts. Sunday morning will be entitled. '
    Green
    t.lins.Irs.. I vice-president presented a your car up to 24% quicker
    Hough was recommended -
    "What Lies INSIUfA
    The honoree was presented a Ahead. Members of thC
    the "World or.
    on
    cash. The cones will be purchased until about the first for class teacher duringthe report Federation the Business
    ; special gift from the W. M. S. and Professionai
    of Methodist Women" which OUTSIDE
    the
    metat Live
    i ii action tread for Safer 0
    coming
    year. more
    of October. Lake Junaluska. N. C. in Refreshments were served to 'Womens Club will be guests at

    i During the social hour the I. in August. the 60, guests.WCTU the church Sunday. safety, quiet comfortGOODMAN'S

    \ hostess served refreshments t< t
    FOR FURTHER I INFORMATION PLEASE I the 10 members attending. I! Mrs. E. K. Perryman. secretary
    Reddish
    CONTRACT: I : of piritualLif -:-urged all to at- Meeting AnniversaryMr.

    tend the Week of Prayer the last
    Wesleyan Guild The WCTU will meet this after- and Mrs. Drew Reddish SrwSl
    week in October. Service
    . TYLER JONES I I II noon (Friday) at 3 o'clock in the be hosts at open house on Station

    I The Wesleyan Service Guild. : Mrs. J, F. McComb, secretary home of Mrs. J. T. Quigley. A i Sunday, Sept. 23, from 2 to ;5
    I
    t HROOKER: ROAD, PHONE 111-J OR ,I unit 1. will hold its Septembermeeting. Missionary Education. announced report on the recent National '|, o'clock at their home in Heil SEEBER D. GOODMAN:

    . : I a mission study course and Convention in Atlanta will be bronn Spnngs on the occasion of

    WAYNE HA1NES 210 ADKINS ST STARKE Tuesday. Sept. 23 at S covered dish luncheon to be held given by Mrs. M. \-. A very of 1 their 61st wedding anniversary. U. S. 301 at South City Limits
    j pm. at the home of Mrs C EHer..U ; Oct 15 in the educational building
    Penney Farms. Officers will be All friends and relatives of the Starke Ha
    U I 714 W ( .ill St ,
    chr;:en for the coning year. couple are invited to attend







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    .I :Mrs: Hng.m :Sni-.h, <;j'l'!',' !:iei I MH :-. !r b... ., ,-. : 35-Year Man !

    i weekendth, her rs.K'.heM! : : 1I I K l..o..t.:! He-\: : Ki.n: : :v X

    I' Weaver Sr in M.uii| C AI-'C A.'ek. :.1 i in ,'-- ... Mt.Ir. I:

    ::\11'. and Mis G L Fat.ei an.I 1 ,i.i. AIi entitle.-! : i\\ .-":1. ,

    o mew York ; \ and Mis: ('hatI'a: :; /.r '" .. : ,
    son Gary were f ... ,"i dt. .1, :\.., t" .1 "I. .
    !ast week where they attended ;j of Daytona Beach spent the I. .. .... .' Ii .-.

    1 the funeral of Mr. Farber's aunt. I I I weekend with her mother Mrs I Ii ,. "II" !i. "
    V I .t... hI ui-tanieot. i ;'.<.' i. ? ,.. .. .,.. _' .
    :Miss: Mary Farber of Herkimer. L. S. Hutto. and family. Mr. Parker i .. ,. .. I' .
    | :' .1 i I' \: h an. ; '...,1 ":1:'. -I: '" ss ;. .:.1: T. ,
    f It THE NEWS j i\. Y. on Sept. 8 The Farters i who works for Florida Power ., .. I .1 It.is It. .:. XK1:' tht M., I-:' I't '. ,::1'. ..t ,1,1. .
    .. . .
    : 1' ; rti. ii M.ir' .f 1 I'-ii I. : ,, \ .J" ,'.
    also visited in t'York City | and Light Co. has been transi li"i, .-' i ,I" ,1:0| .. -- I' : i. ,",' I' i' .
    | while in the North. j jj i ferred from Daytona to Cocoa and ..' I.! : I .1 ,'. -, r.-d 1.'h. L.I \ .. .;:. t 11.4, : ,. .' ; > ; '. . "..
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    I It.i .1'I..r.! .i! 1'.I.: > .f '. '1" I. I ,' 'I' ,
    I I Ii'i.1 I '- I
    Mi! .tnd Mi.-. Bill Lame and Mis Effie Johns visited Irs.F. j Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawsor I took over his new duties on ''''ur! If \.i, f.u! t--------. .) .' d, i .'1't:' .. .. :..1' '
    daughter Barbara attended the \\'. Webb in Hawthome Thursday I and daughter Sally and Miss I I Monday.Mr I ,: .< r.tpi, .. "i,q.." .ii. !h. ".|itr. .i l ; r.;: .t
    ''d-T \i'i f..i tiu.r. 1.t iU-ni.in.l-
    annual meeting at the Union of last week. Maxie Young of Lake Butler accompanied and Mrs. Robbie Shaller .I in ii. "'""'I'I."t:

    Prinume Baptist Church near Mrs. Ruby Johns spent last Pamela Fay Lawson ]; were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don : :tJl ': Th., > i, .t.. -hall I., ii'il.li-htd' I I11"
    '' a \\-k 1 f..1 t.ill "MSectIT 1C
    lleilbronn Springs on Sunday. week visiting friends and lelaUves, to Forsythe Ga. on Tuesda'where i ij I!, Ray Tilley in Jacksonville last ( ttttkii, ,tin Ili.nir.'iil:, ''"'In'\.' T.I. Dr. Seymour R. Marco

    Miand Mrs. Alvin :Moreland: in Tampa and Land O' Lakes. j, Pamela Fay entered her j!! Sunday and also visited the Parade F.; BrafillVIT.r.SS Optometrist
    \ :' ,,1\ band and the .it 1
    ,at Leland, Ill. were last Thursday Mrs. Ralph Dixon of Winter 1 second year at Tift College. of Homes. /i.. ,.t -.sid '"..IIr! 'at Staike' Pl..rid.i.

    and Friday visitors of Mr. Garden was the overnight guest !; Mrs. H. V. Knight and son Edward j;! Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez hilHli.,, des ,.f St |1.1. n.l.-r. .\ II" !h 118 Walnut, Next to P. 0. Phone 219
    ] :':
    and Mrs Titus Olson. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Guv. I spent Tuesday in Jackson-I i were in Webster Saturday and ii'FKIi'lAl. SK.M.i

    Mrs J. M. Mitchell and Mr. and ville. i iII Sunday where they attended the I ('. II. ({nick of Starke has just ''harl*s A l>arl'>\ ANNOINCES (HANCE: OF HOCKS:
    '
    I ',.
    Sale.Mr. I'lerk .f said Uit < -'u.tI's
    Mrs Lester Crews and daughter and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Pat Casey and II i Johnson family reunion.Mr. been conimcndtxl fur completing M.irian: L. ('...... >y. 1'1'1.1..t1.I
    II
    Carolyn, visited Silver Spiings; I were hosts at a Cottage Prayer sons James and Johnnie andI I and Mrs. Leonard Brown of 135>> jears of vnice with llercules !'.2l 4t in !n.' !>-5; Monday Thiough Saturday

    on Sunday.Mr I meeting held Saturday evening I Mrs. T. L. Casey spent last tveelwith I'I St. Louis Mo. spent the week- I'ouder Company. )Ir. Quicki --- !

    and Mrs. C. H. 'aswOl thy their home. I I, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Casey ,i end with Mrs. Del Colley and ;i i is general: woods supervisor; for VII lit.: itr sinmri"s: S\M: EM'ninsrs)' Appointment

    :: S.Partin Beach.'a.. I the company's operations in the. Notb: i hereby I1.!ten that the
    :Mr. and Mrs. C. last
    were visiting D. Vining spent i in Virginia .
    i Mrs. L. family.Mr. undersignedSheriff of lrtdfertl1'"mitt Closed) All Day Wednesday
    and Mr. and Mrs and fortr.eily head urea, and began, his long, term of and I
    in Eustis. I week in Dublin Ga. with Mr. j Dr. John Minder, and Mrs. Sam Renfroe have Florida has i levied upon .
    Conference 'nt woods foreman mil -..11 at the South front d.'i.t. fib
    John Nasworthy in WintE'rI'trk Mrs. Proctor Snow and attendedthe i of the Lake Swan i returned to Nashville Tenn.. employ a. a .'..lIl1t ,,..ur' Ilu-r'n Staiki.'

    .10 Sunday. funeral on Tuesday of Irs.J I I Grounds at Melrose and now with where Mr. Renfroe is in medical |: with Hercules in Mississippi: in iuil..iil: .| .'..IIUO'. Fonda on Oitnli-.. VISION :SPECIALIST:
    Research Depart- I I lttl.Lawtey! |ir 12. I:...b. during the l-K'l, h.'in-
    H. Akin of Atlanta. the Medical |, school after a vacation with ..f salt- and coniniencinis at I.inek I.

    Howard Peace of Micanopy i ment Detroit Mich., was a dinner : j friends and relatives in Starke .:. noon "11 *aul day. at pnliliimitiTV EVES: EXAMINED: ) (CLASSES; : FITTED I
    of11'. and I.. the hi""I", -t and I 1.-'
    Tuesday -
    visiting Mrs. Etta Hoover and guest i and Jacksonville.Mr. Lions ; bidder for cash, the fIluwnic d.sctihed ,,
    Mrs. Frank Hoover on Tuesday. Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Other guests and Mrs. Cotbin S Carnell property situate in I 1i:, .,.1. !

    :Mi: and Mrs. Clarence Cool | of the Quigleys were Mr. and and sons of Gainesville were Sun- [i About hundred attended !: ford Pfginnine r-.unty Florida at the intr to-wtt-,'. ti.-n' ..! II I II I
    a persons
    FLORIDA guests Thursdaof > I Mrs I* J. Wynn of Hampton. (!' day dinner guests of Mr. and the North line of SK'I ', ..f \i I:: .. I
    ci had as supper brother I the Fir.h Fry held by the "f Si et loll Ifi Tup.. Ii S. I C --

    Hill last of Hampton.Mr. week Mr.. and Mrs. Don j I .Mrs.William Alice Clark Lambert of and Clearwater :Mrs. .J.W.T. M.Quigley.Mrs. Edwards. Mrs. M.R 1 Lawtey Lions last of Friday the Lawtey night I !line I I':.. with of 1'III.V'S Ili.:.-t llU.I.V nirhtf. 'Ml, I n.I Li.ntr ," .rlrr.lle ,:',...Ii'r.! .=- -' ''h.":. s."-..II......\........_."' --..ra-.A....-?->..- .,......... ..:'.!, a j

    of Mr. and ,on the grounds State I.ad: :".o f..inni\: :
    and Mrs. Lamar Crosby i i were weekend guests Judd. Mrs. C. E. Johns and Junior High School according to :St.i- 1,1 lt'I run tin tin --.it: ,-
    Mr. and ,iMrs.:: Michael Barry and Mr. and 1,1 .tl..i.K h. \V.-t r-irKt!
    THEATRE with
    Mrs. J. W. Pitch were shopping
    the weekend Hermie Kelly. PROMPT DELIVERY j
    '
    spent Treasurer ..f .\ I M. ...f ,f S "I f. ..1.hI.ii jj
    Mrs R. N. (Hardy at Pompano Mrs. Owen Vaughn. in Jacksonville on Tuesday. Other club activities accordingto ," '.1 I HIT I 1.i.! th.n. ". .

    lieach.Mr. '. Holhs V. Knight Jr. who ar- Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Or- President Doug Jones include j

    Smith and i rived in the States last weekend lando was the guest of Mr. and Heights :;
    SAT SEPT 22 and Mrs. Slit the i visit wun the Keystone;: ] OF
    Wednesday from' : after spending 27 months with Mrs. E. Matthews: last Thursday whll'h111 be on Monday .
    U0I1H.E FlUTllmRIO moved on Lions
    family is visiting ,* ""U. 'P ANs
    South Orange St. to thenew j armed forces in Japan and Friday.i night. Oct. It.I "' ( '" r
    1:53: three miles South on : his father. H. V. Knight and i, and :Mrs. L E. Loemker of ,I rtw: ; r N r ..
    I
    the Palatka home highway. ; Irs. Knight at Crystal Lake. Atlanta were visiting their ,I KEROSENE

    Torode and Jerome Johns Mrs. H. Norman supervised the 1 daughter Mrs. Donald Kokomoorand \o1'11'1'la: 1 I"H County AM J)
    U1 IlraJfurd
    G John I la (".roll Court
    Wednesday to Friday preparation of the banquet held < family last week. 1 Kioriilii: lit I hnnr.*r..
    Miami .
    stoning I .ululJOHNh'AYNEMAyREINQ'KARA are in attending the Florida Petroleum |, Sept. 13 at the Hotel Thomas in Mr and Mrs R. O. Dansby andson Knl.:.. 11.111 I'.u,-.. l I'!H.IMI-. IMl.lIlt.ri.r.iilifl \ -. II I.I I. RADIO SERVICE

    the North Florida .. .. 1 i" i I'i.llre '" mi OIL
    % Marketers Assn. meeting.V j II Gainesville by | Mickey, returned Tuesday I' :N
    and son I Association and attended | \ To Apprar.T. .
    A REPUBLIC PICTURE \V. Strickland Jr. Bankers after spending ten days in the > .. I. '". ii..,r'- "h.-' r.iilfi'.f
    Danny will spend Sunday with !I by 304 members and friends. 'North where they attended the :.11.1 .i.l.lr. I i- Ji'77' i: Iuin liliSiicrt. :Next Dour To :Nas\\orthy>;

    his parents the senior Still Mr. and Mrs. C H. Quick Jr. | wedding of this son. Billy to Klini :Mi. tiiK-in, notinefl that aI
    i |1 You are her"oy :50I: I EAST CALL ST.
    AND lands( in Daytona Beach. and family of Statenville Ca.spent j Miss Linda Shiver in Aberdeen. Milt f.M .11\"I' il. ll t..ll> .uolIntl"I
    Sr. I|I ilulil We Also Install Tanks and StandsL.
    Mr. and Mrs. T. I I. Slade j the weekend with the senior j :Md. on Sept 12. They also visit- (i has? here riled.f nun.*galn t you in the I II I'lIONE 19S;

    EDWARD G. are in Clearwater Wednesday to Quicks. Niagara Falls and other points I !above named Court and cause and
    I I serve a copy of
    State to
    the required
    Saturday to attend j Mrs. L. D. Green. Mrs. C. D. of interest.Attending. you are or pleading to the com-
    answer
    Jour
    ROBINSON'ILLEGAL' Gas Assn. .
    Liquified Petroleum I Williams and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt the District plaint on the I'laintlff's AttnrnesFr
    meetingof
    Slade i is 111..1\1'1 1 : Cai:: nrtt I'.ank
    I which Mr. -d F. (Monk) DINKINS
    meeting of Mrs D. J. Clank of the .
    i jof Staike Hospital Auxiliary at the i, I'mUliiiK, .1.1. I K-'tiMlU- -. Kl.-rnl.i
    president.Mr Tampa and Mrs. J. C. Harrell of Thomas Hotel in Gainesville or.i and filr t1>" original In the urtlce of Equipped for all Kinds of

    and Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr j Mr. and Mrs. i Thursday ,the Clerk of the Circuit. Court on r>>,or;. radio and television repair
    of Atlanta are | Miami were visiting were Mrs Steve Simmons |::1..f..I.i tin .- iiav; .f u toi.-r FUEL OIL SERVICEPHONE
    and son Tommy, j Franklin Hunt in Jacksonville.Mrs. : Mrs. P. G. Felos. :Mrs. W. lotherwh-e the allegations of bald work.
    confessed -
    with the senior Complaint will be taken as
    t spending ten days W. G. Haile will leave this: II. Graham Mrs. Joe Arnold and by you.

    Slades at Kingsley Lake. j weekend for Miami to visit herons i :Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. I This notice shall be published EXPERT SERVICE 63 NIGHT 91
    Ralph Cox of Live Oak onre each week for four con".cU.'th'e -
    Mrs Mis. D ( and families Mr. and MrsIV. 1 Steve Simmons spent Sunday to week In the Bradford County

    Ii was visiting her mother. G. Italic Jr.. and Mr. and 'Friday in Cinoinatti. Ohio wherehe Telegraph.: 1'iT.t! KEASONAIJLE: I'KICES :$S2 TEMI'LE .\Y E.
    i< L. Silcox on Wednesday.Mr I l itfd tlu' la I: ila> "f S opt.|
    :\Irs. Jack Haile. attended the convention of the OFFiCiAL SEAL h.lrIPIi A. DarbjI
    I and Mrs. Carl Roberts were Clerk of the Circuit Court Give Us A Trial STAIIKK FLA
    i National Association of Retal: I
    and
    Mrs Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon Clerk
    visiting his parents Mr. and I Ry Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy
    1 i;
    Druggists. 9'i: 4t lo
    E C Roberts in Daytona Reach children were in Gainesville un'day :

    @ weekend. visiting Mrs. M. E. Mixon. J (>v. and Mrs. Donald Koko- )
    the
    .WARNER BROS. over I i' at- ( unl .luilcr's oust IKI
    Gretchen 'I hr >
    ti
    MNA! Mr and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. moor and daughter. __ __ __ .
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    FOCH-HUCH I'hiriiln.IX -- -- ---- -
    IMRLOn' I llruiltiml 1 ininl> .c :
    La __ ._
    tended the Gainesville District I = ="C- = = =:--=;- -:: -- --===--=-- -
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    "..-.-n -". -- and daughter. Cheryl of :Macon ; :' UK K.-tatv: 'i.t i'.nr.ul Lrts. =-=-- _-__ - -- _---"-_=-___=- --=______ -
    with their : Minister's picnic at Silver Springs --I. Kii.'Uti a-. "_',.l.ftMh._ l> Ti. rd'r
    weekend
    Ga. spent the ..
    Chiropractic >' \a ,'r IM .n.. .... .. I n 1li pp I.*
    St-arrty ('at CurtiHiii parents the senior Phillips in 'on Saturday. 1 I I'in.-il. IlixhnrurTO SHAYIRSi
    I is : :MAY t'tsNeEINNohr. ;' : RONSON ELECTRIC I
    Kustis McKnight. who em- \U \\ 11"\1 IT|
    11 it'; 'h.ijli-r No. 8 Serial Lawtey. and Mr. and Mrs. George ; that I
    Again i K praiM'd li\ a promincut in Jessup :' I luTi-l.y KUI-II; .
    as a carpenter tin.uiliiiliMrator -
    .
    1 Flynn Sr. in Staike. ployed ,h.(11,41 my' final rt-port as i
    ,'.
    medical uuthiirit Ga.. was home with his family i.f tl..- .--tati"t .10.
    Sl'N MON. .\X)) Tl'ER. Mrs M I'. Hazen. :Mrs. L. 0ifazen I..'' Lff.li. dwea-eel: I that I hav.-:
    I'attrr N '\vVork over the weekend.Rumors \ for final illliarec. -- Reg. 19.95
    Dr. If Forest >1,1 my petition
    and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were
    SEPT. 2.1-21-25: ; 19.95
    '
    and thai 1\\111 apply. tlli.ni.ral.lf ATJEWELRY Reg.
    Specialist: in orthopedics, shopping in Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. II.. Thi-nm .\. "a" II.

    r-- WAahJrnBros.n'lhrib 1 .tatcs "alter prarl l'inlIIIt'tli- T. J. Griffin and Miss RevivedOn 1'i.iillly .llItI!:<' ..f r.iailfulil the iKlorifl.i. at hi- offii-e in NOW
    T BHutm 'imfur 15; yrar.uid spinal | Annie Darby spent the first of the '?111'1 Hmi f in Stark<- Kli>n.,la. ".i.iillH
    i orthopedics for 10, 1 am dailyastonisliitl Mrs. C. (' Deal I 3:.rd clay of Mti.lr. I..fi: a tin
    week with Dr. and Hughes
    .Ink I .A.M.: or amm thrrraftrrr $ 95
    r..IJt'liall"\\-
    WOO at the GEM
    .4TAUE Menduza in Jacksonville.Col : tin sami i'an In h,ard. for I h.' $9.95
    tr ( liiroprat tic as a cure :ppinv.il nf tin* saint* and for final:
    ers
    and Mrs. H. C. Wall of StAn Rumors, have been living again 'm-< haw ailnunii-trutor! "f ih. 9
    "
    fur diseases. \lstine were visiting Mr. and week that mtilti-millionairi -1.110 of l'i>nrifl: .l.ftsrh. d"'a.1.
    this This, 1'itli ilav: ...f S.-pteinli. I I'-;.n \VITII TRADE hale The Modern ay Wilh \ Ronson WITH TRADK:
    .BurningJHiHs/ this prominent doctor 1.111IIM'ril'lIt.t' \\" Mis Junius Smith and Mrs. Joe Howaid Hughes has leased pro- :MO IIAUKKI.U: ..

    th.- .---tai. ..f --- -=
    nil observation Wilson over the weekend.Mr. in this area and will builda AiliiunNtrator --- --- ------ ---
    h t.\| a perty ------ - --- -
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    S "r.,1 I. t> h. -i =---= - --
    GK.E B VARNCRCCLCRfe. that the, Chiropractor in remcn- i : and Mrs. Don Champion'! jet aircraft plant here. i !4 -1 4t 1" I1I -- -- ---- --------- -

    ..... ing! Irene pressures along the 1 and children have returned totheir ] About the only information I -- -
    *HJU rv i4 n4id UUtt!., spine restores normal film lion home after spending the i which can be pinned down is in I' In 4 imiil f iiurl. llrnilluril. < i.iinl>. t eENTER-

    Roman I.t'glum H.ire ( artiMinWEI l In each organ:; of the l IMItI lj-. past three weeks at their cottage a United Press story which appeared -i i I'Inrida. In riiaurrr CaMi> 1" IM"'' Ej N !

    on Hall Like.Mr. Sunday which quoted "an "WII.LIILfwis: Plaintiff. \ ". :M\i:
    Not only do Chiropractorscorre that <;I IK L i I.K\\I IS. l nrfrndutiollt .
    informed source" as saying THE
    \ r.to "":1'1\1'
    "incur and Mrs. Roy Crenshaw
    ))., TUCKS. AND) Fill.SEIT ( t mail) sit railed i Hughes is about ready to announce illi Th.11"' Of Tlir "lairor
    I I"Irs.
    able cases" but provide a greater and family of Ocala and :Mr.: and 1". fl.iriil.-i: FIRST PRIZE
    :2G27281M :! Villistonj I his plans for a 30,000- I T.- Margif, I.I 1.at. ,,.\\ !l.
    of \
    Sullivan
    degree: of health tluis providing James acre jet aircraft plant in : Y..II .- h.-il.N in.tifi.il, :Hi.t .1,.1I .1i A DLER Th&1 JOg? Q ( \
    GUTS AND GLORY STOUt "abundant living." j weie weekend guests of Mr. and,Ii Florida.A I ADLER SEWING

    i Mrs J L. Chitty and Mrs. Altha i .. MACHINE
    (.insult jour Chiropractor I site near Camp Blanding was i l.1..t'ullr Property With :Me. I
    :| Copeland. mentioned of the plus Electric Model 186 in portable
    I as one piece Pricei SCRAMBLED WORD
    If The
    Have
    e today. j i j Mr and Mrs. Tyler Jones and of property on which HughE's"may ,;i RoyerVaiting
    l Right
    JaiENStoefae I, IX STARKK: IT'S daughter. Ginger, accompanied'their :' have picked up an option." ,

    COREY.+as ROONET_Y"TATIOR.MAUREY ctrl daughter, Sandra to Brenau I Other locations mentioned were WALL REALTY CONTEST _

    .++,....-......Nrnr. BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC I I College Gainesville, Ga. over the I at Tampa Fort Lauderdale and Itt:6l'TFItEI' IIi OKEI: __
    | weekend where Sandia entered Port St. Joe. $5 000 00
    :Shah Th Duck Cartoon i Box lOB( Phone 4S7-J
    i the fall session. Thestory said that Hughes' an 33i ;X. Walnut Starke : h.
    Mrs J. L. Boone and daughter.
    "I CLINIC nouncement was not expected to ... .
    COMING SOON I Ina. of Tallahassee spent the j be made this month. yI 7 -

    3 RliM-ks North of Post Office I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. !: in Additional Prizes (Merchandise Certificates)

    :Modern :Method. Lady Henry. I I ,
    Dick" II tIli
    "Moby ,
    Assistant Steam Bath. I Mrs. Iiene Roberts of Palatka PAPER HANGINGPAINTING I 1i 50 SECOND PRIZES
    I II Ike ,;. ,,, Ly
    spent the weekend with Mr. and i
    I Mrs. Herbert Thomas. I $2,500 in Merchandise Certificates ($50. ea.)

    | Miss: Helen Haines and Mrs. W. I II

    9 PIECE j j in. Mundy spent Monday through I ,, Y% 100 THIRD PRIZES .

    "! Wednesday in Daytona Beach attending INTERIOR EXTERIOR PaaENys $2,500 in Merchandise Certificates ($25. ea.)
    the Baptist WMU conference. 4e.n.u.M


    LIVING ROOM GROUP I i j on Wednesday. Attending were the Mrs.conferencei J. A. GOOD CLEAN WORK X..Nluepef HERE IS HOW TO WIN !

    ADIERMAT1C Model 9 A is the famous automatic lew-
    Griffin Mrs. L. D Haines MrsB EASY TO ENTER NOTHING TO BUYIng
    mochne; which combines 3 machines in ]-straight
    T. Thomas Mrs F. J. Shaw. RALPH A.SHUTT STARREAnnouncement sewer, lig-zog sewer and automatic sewer. With this; listed here are fifteen words which apply

    Mrs Lavern Outlaw. Mrs. L. N machine you can do all home sewing, quickly and to sewing. These are words we all know

    i Pickering. Mrs. F. B. Beard. Mrs easily without attachments. Intricate and difficult stitches and use frequently-only the order of the

    i' Maxie Carter Sr. Mrs. J. E. HarI are done automatically. It even btindstitchts; hems letters has been changed. For example: the
    ". first IALREMAT when unscrambled be.
    ,
    ,
    ;. automatically. one,
    .
    I dy and Mis. Ned Yancey. -- --- -- - -- '
    1 I comes MATERIAL. The second, BROIDEMRE.i ,
    A Lt. Col and Mrs. J. A. Griffin becomes EMBROIDER. It's a challenge-and

    ,'! spent the w'kendnth relatives I' i CONTEST RULES it's fun for the whole family)

    in Lakeland. I - ENTRY FORM -- _
    1'e 1 I. Write or print the unscrambled words in the ,
    Mrs Henry Silcox entertained space provided. I Unscramble these words. Hint.They all apply to sewing.' I

    at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I .
    2. Print your name and address clearly. II you I
    DEMO
    : IAlREIUT .
    Harold: Glasgow Saturday evening -
    wish; you can make o copy of the entry blank on
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    with: a surprise birthday party In appreciation! of your past patronage. Herb's Drive<< Inn has I another sheet of paper. Only one entry per family.; I BROIDEMfK. TU6TOH I

    1 cur Mr :Silcox.; 3. Mail or bring your entry to our store Name and I MUS GRAMNCMO.flERUF I
    added new equipment and expanded curb service to include tilt* .
    I
    ,I' Mr and Mrs. B. T. Thomas and oddress is on this page. You do not have to be
    ;,.. PEJZPCTUH;
    r.:
    '-. Mr and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and present or buy anything to wii.t. I
    block This service is
    ; rear building. :"Id1fur\ your convenience
    y1 l luldren! attended the Shrine Cirus I In case of tie for first prize, neatest entry will I SKATE

    With :in Jacksonville Monday eve- in more rapid service with larger parking area. The regular i I be the .nner.. Decision of the qualified, and impartial NRUDTSIRNO -__ HMf_ _ _ _
    This I i ; judges ij final. No entries will be returned. I IS.
    SOFA TV CHAIR i nCHST
    rungMr and Mrs. Merntt Williams restaurant will be continued from iOO1.: to 3:00 P.M.: and Everyone is eligible to enter except employees I
    I (for their fomiliei)of the store sponsoring this; con I KTUC

    .mil daughter Frances Landrum From GOU P.M.: to 10:00: P.M.: The additional Drive Inn Building I test the newspaper in which this ad appears or I I
    1 PLATFORM ROCKER visited Mr. and Mis. Dick Sief- J Adler Industries 'Inc. ?
    j .
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    fennan! at their new residence. / will tie ox'n from 3jO:( P.M.: to 1:001.. The sanif high I I, NAME I

    1 COFFEE; TABLE 1207: SV.. 1st Avenue. Game: iI j i CONTEST CLOSES: ADDRESS. I
    13995 1 vile on Sunday. quality food will be mainta Jwd. The Restaurant and added I

    2 END TABLES :M-Sit; and Mrs George Siloox Tues. 1 CITY .ZONE. ..STATE.For .
    Drive Inn will he operated by Herb Thomas. :\11'.. Jewel Cone Midnight Sept. 28
    anti who have the
    family spent
    2 TABLE LAMPS I Survey 'Information Only: (Answers to questions teto
    1 past three }eats m Germany are will manage the l Restaurant and Terrell and GcruM layman Winner of The First I I'rieWill not necessory for entering contest cr .winning

    1 SOFA PILLOW IL.n 60 furlough and visiting Announced i but we would appreciate your answers) I

    I friends and relatives in Starke will manage the Drive Inn. i

    and Jacksonville. In This Newspaper! On i I now own a sewing machine
    (Nome or Mcke)
    Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and
    We to vnice and will
    are constantly Irving improve our appre.date
    L.. rr 1 f .r r | children spent Sunday afternoon FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 which is about. .years Colcf.I .

    1 at Fernandina Beach. jour continued patronage. Come see "the twins". I - - - -
    PHONE
    123 East !' Mrs. P. J. Davis was visiting -

    Call '. SOStarke. :Mr: and Mrs H. D. Davis THE SEWING! CENTER

    ; Jr in Gainesville! over the week- !
    HERB'S DRIVE INN
    I Street Fla. I end. i

    1 I Becky Phillips was an overnight :North Florida's Olde.-t tnd I Largess Sewing Store

    I patient last Friday in the f

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    \OTICn TO APPEAR Punk Jacksonville I - -- ---
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    n(1 DuIJ.n Florida la Chancery.
    ]. Clrrult Court. Bradford County- !!, !. 'Iurid. i \e-hy I. u. KiiTI"V" T.a'! th! .- city: of Law. I I I

    In bane,, [ Juan Maiy llrun.In.l.! I'la'n'.ff, \.1\[ :" -s har.d nri.I! Hal I > fad c'ty by the annoxrttion nf Keiji<.trati.>n of r.radf'.rd. .
    Florida ( ? 'and file the original! In the office of I' \I my > f .1 .1'1.0: i ii..N! : ; x.. ,1.- if 'uny Lau t> y. !- .il.i'
    Kathleen I'arranvjie McVay Plain- In.: .- t JUUrtuu 1'1 : | at ''I h. Fi.r.ol i. tli.i t. :.>, s-.i d landwli.eh i-jie. .1 IL i I Florida it. d.re. ted and
    s-i ej- rttijestrd The
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court cm or UII.L'I.I. 1"ItI'1 t. ril.! I.t l.iii.-; I i'.' tl.e a- ;; \., tl' n"f L i. the Mayor t. i a!ove .an-J f n ; -r -

    tit! \i. Ailnit! .Mi-Visy L>t:! > ndant.Caie l.ff.irc tie li: day of Oct.. 195C ; duli. :. I vul-'l-lCIAL :!;.\) the .I:.a II. d.! : .., 1 i.j.- I call.SEi'TION :s itUtlwr.ztd. : prepare and fnrni>h to the Cit nance was a,1>l 'I.t.t i is : ''-
    to
    U'iU.riJ
    No. 10-17S1 othtrwlhu Case X ). j i Chailes A. Darby ', t ; t 'j Clerk of the City of a of tie .
    the allegations of said 11.1:1 "tii.yti"- K- J.ii.ii! tc-, \\t : I-uwtey Colll'l City < : T .
    i As Cl rk of -a.d CLurt.I I IFy III. this; Onllnan.-e; 1i.t of the qualified: \
    Aollre To Appear I Complaint will! Le taken as confessed Order Of J'ul.li'aCunn.1 Nutlre TuI AVu.t Half of Xurtluvett Quarter TIt resident vs.lerw regular M-s-i In't!" i". -

    T. .'tifit d MoVay. whore res-! by you. I .\ Tu: I Mai ian L. Crosby. Deputy ClerkMrtin be pubh.-hcd week for four ; Uo are property ownerswithin I Sept. 1S56.
    Pl'rlf : \VU of and Northwest :
    dtnce and address Is: 327 Jay'r. This notice be publishes once Kines. Jeff r.--n lirummond. I J. IVarl"iJ, niith JJuilding, ( X\\"U. I cun
    \ Yoi k. EhaI "acksonville 2, Florida.Attjs. Quarter of Southwest In Bradford County E' """. II. <:-.
    t. > w whose retidcnti uiA addis a r.,1
    each week four consecutiveweeks I I : Telegraph
    ul.n in
    X\V'4 of SW ) All
    < '
    Quarter ,,
    You are hereby notified that a I in the Uradford County Tele- L'nkiiuwn. fur Tif. t 0. U 4t 10,5 Section 2.1 Township 5 South duly qualified I O. J. Phillips I II C.ty C.. i

    suit fur divorce, care custody and graph. You I BrAdford in Bradford County l'iorid. and 1'resident. Council The .i-\o! ..' I : p -
    are required to on East situate in -
    ooBtriil ot minor children Dated this ? day cf Sept.. 135S. 10, 15Jti. in the appear OHDIN \M K :(). 3.1 Range : Florida. I' three copies hereof JO ,I[ Attest: (11' nansev.i. : \ 'I t.y :. .

    baa been lied against you In the I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Oct und caujf, win rein alo.on1.d plaintiff \ ii Ordinance lu..IR: 'I Terrllorinl County, days at conspicious places in saidcity Ethel P. Red.lish. CUrk: 4th .1.1' ,i.f S. ;l't ; ai.'l; .1,1 ': '" ,j
    ; 'Sl.e/clal City
    abonamed Court and cause and Clerk of the Circuit Court I seeks divoice -.t. custody and I IIlIi*% of City vt SECTION II. That a ] eleC-j, and three copies hertvf posted I ('OUrOKATE SEAL) s I t- r. 1'1"- 1 I'd.' : .. uf :. ; 1' '.

    you art required to serve a Dy Marian 1 Crosby. Deputy I cuntl 01 of minor clnMrvu.Cradford I 1." I.). 1'Joriila. i in th tt rnlor intended tc ue i for 30 days at conspicuous pucesnexed. I ;; I' It. S'nif '(1 I

    copy of your answer or pleading to I shall : held uii"ii the question of I II I To The Hpnorat.l. Charles P. S1a> r, i : > f is .v
    County UP: Cy th C.'v ( "un- IIot 1 r
    I elegral'l OIJ.ln'd : SECTION IV. That Shuford Ma
    I the
    tne I'lajntiff'iAttorney > or City -
    complaint on
    the ,
    of the Supervisor tThe ( a :.4 4
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    trrltonallm\
    Fred Cutler. UOJ Ear- Ju Clrrult Court. Urajford County. publish this Order four Il" City f Lautv. } l'"lol ida thu cMniMuii i I

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    Proposed Constitutional Amendments To Be Voted On


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    November 6th 1956




    taken to the court to'' tbi Jurisdiction. The said courts shall such methods the Dade County and any otter ere or ins re firuntIes st next folioing the oilicial Cuuntv Flor.u.4 ... .f .. ?
    or diction c
    KC.v.: tLECTION dlr.c supreme | as mat prescribe and authority over all > -s.s
    _. .I".tur causes matco In the State of Florida or 10 d inn attorney oi TIC Jr.i... '. ,
    any anufliclpality each :
    circuit court of all criminal and determine county shall be allowed lea
    a : have Jurisdiction cases not IUho being limited ters and proceedings not at tone
    Record
    ,HEr.LAS. Tnt Legislature of.drr 1955. I The supreme court sh.1 provide for expeditious I capital which shall! arise In said counties IR re.n by the provisions in this constitution the district courts of appeal 1 transferred to .n In Dade Coustv and nother > ili representative and the -mainirg and tIme Court )f rair..* It: Daoe
    and
    the of 1885 of the one or more municipalities ot the County the if'i Counts S. '
    !
    representatives shall
    COD.tlton and IDa be
    procedure trial b ,
    inexpensive respectively. as to ) Jury in Sections i7 All trial apportioned aircru
    courts
    utc of Florida pau Joint Rtsolu- p.al to the district courts of appeal leI Trrnti There shall be six terms of 3 and 1 of the Declaration of Rights as constituted on the a organized and State of Florid and the home rule charter those counties which have a onpulati'.n for five poson ? Assistant Com, .
    date Solicitor
    t.oo Proposing amendment to the Con- @f"tlv of this provided for herein shall not conflict with the positions >f procerr
    an may provide for revie by such courts said courts in each year to the .of the terms prosecuting al- Article shall except m excess of eight thousand 8.000i in each
    <:tutlon of the State of Florida. and the other,1 provided any provision ot this Constitution nor of and investigator .n die Counts <'
    > of interlocutory orders or decrees in matresiewabe ,Id' Prosevtfmo. A/f.. term e) and information in Section 10 nereln. continue with county The population In excess ot rig.it .a

    i.mcvtre agreed to b, a vote of three- > ten : by the district courts of filtru of the members elected to each including he manner to Dade County and other 'he State vvrr.ev
    any one or divided by the and r -
    al appeal cu ting attorney who shall be el.et0 for a or of officers in Section of their election number of representatives
    the ot said Joint Resolutions applnlm.DI or appointment until more counties of the of Assistant state At'ornns .
    tiouw. votes district of .ngU hv 27 of State Florida xiept m excess of < li for i--r
    courts ot four the one
    ol each
    I Tie appeal erm years oy qualified electors Atc@ 1 jUr.dlcuor criminal otherwise provided by the legblatiirc., cou'iiv and
    err. entered upon their respective of direct revie of administrative of the l Sections 7 as expressly authorized in this sec- the quotient shall rectum snail perio.-rr. Cl..e 3 -
    su po..r other state and c.e in 6. 9. and 11 ofIh1 II i otherwise COn 'ltute the unit 11
    .Uh the )eas and nayi thereon. coun a Unll provided by law ion nor shall any ordinance enacted and functions o: o'ficr r.r-etofcre -
    :n'ni be used i >
    Journat. las i- basis fc
    action as may be provided by county are elected and hose Article as to original Jurisdiction of there be 4 ; tpporticn.r.g
    did determine and direct that an additional judge for th> nance to tam home rule charter con- formed b !.< ..iitv s, ... ton p, .-
    t. A district court of appeal or any Judge compensation shall be fixed by la 1 the interests of minors in Section 6 of this Fourth JudIcial representatives in ecess: if due .1' tar

    the lid Joint Resolutions be submitted. thereof may issue antS of habeas corpus 'ie Indictment' and ,./or.alII A of- Article. and as to style! of process and in Duval Cicui. who shall ."10' .let with this Constitution >' any to the electors! of the State at the General : Coun\ shall receive th- general law of Rets c >: \n- >
    : as
    returnable before that district Court otappeal :tne.v triable in said court shall be prosecuted prosecuting in the name of the state m same salary and excep expressly Jot portion thereof. In each -univ s a.-- ?
    Election! on (. 1356 allowances for expenses ijtr.or.zrd herein nor shall the charter be irua.ijj: -: i ., .
    >
    No.mbe thereof before Section 20 pu ted en the v
    or anv Judge or upon information under oath to be of this Article other exista' other circuit population ear -f

    NOW. THEREFORE I. R A GRAY. an> circuit judge in that district A dls- filed by the prosecuting attorney but the ing conflicting provisions of o this constiution .cuit couit of said judges in and for Ucm. ..nv ounicipaluv m Dade County conct eight naiad t <*K' iii .. t'rnay IT r. S. -. j-t ', -i
    ot State of the state of Florida county which s.ilay -.: attll tm Cor.siu.on may fi.e A:' -.1 p.f. .
    Secretary or any such the tar.such u.
    shpll
    court of appeal may issue arils of grand Jury of the circuit for the and cour.'y be allowed r.'f i -
    Irct expenses be
    do hereby gist notice that aGENERAL cour .hl paid by said count .iFp.icatl"i general law tscept as express!; ditional .a-es t eric *' -. :,tees'.1. .
    mandamus prohibition and which said representative .
    i c.rtorara quo county in Isneld Section 13 Eligibility requirements for out of its excep. r. ; :
    revenue The Legure: .-.
    cour -
    ELCION aarranto and also all art necessary or may indict for the :.fet and I"dge No person shall be Judge of the court of adcltonl .rnorized herein provided however ;lu.t'aid within *he !talus set foriI.e.. .. -v m s.ut- :or Vfttite ,-
    ol.n. Att0rr.i
    aiti held each Florida on County charii" ard and .
    be In CUCUI Ou.1 said urd.nances p-o j
    I 1 to the complete exercise of Its Jurisdiction criminal court of such eli for enacted county or counties Cannot nu.fi.-
    proper or 41(5.G
    giole the uffice of jU< of the supreme on the aprever..atise for
    Inc11 effective t! State
    Tuesday nut succeeding the first Monday I. noldln ollc date of m pursuance thereof mav conflict with re e- Vts ,f : idC wi .
    indictment the circuit commit court or of a district crurt 01 : ; under Ion M rre.;*: ,j.f'on cf
    In No".nbe. A O 1956 the said Tuesday id Cfcrfcs and ViinWs Each district jt. III former Section t of mortify or nu.u! act} ex.sting Icxal.spe- such un:: er If lucre shoild! and ai! AssistaS'c- v yr. *v .
    ', > or the accused for trial in the criminal appeal unless citizen of tills V shall become the rpm..i arc
    feeing he SIXTH DAY OP NOVEMBERlot court of appeal shall! appoint a clerk and bal which trial shall be upon Information and unless he le is. at the tce: a mmbo staid's ere lor until the a the ratification or rejection ot the pro'ldr Dade sicninbs t.-2..r '
    County.if T. 1 .. .
    a marshal who hold office the a repr s ,,'itive shai' *
    .1.1 during ot the Bar in and his of office t a .w. x> ic ..1c'
    taid Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments Ford lo 'tand'n i N.thiait .n -' > .ett.jr : ail te si :aiu 3tie \i u-.v- 5-I
    of the and such r r. the -
    pl.aur court perform ifi Criminal courts ot record sup rsru' t a of at I. years has .9. There shall be cm.nties having the greater portion
    the Constitution : the State of '' lobe an additional! rued the direction of '. .
    to circuit st lo limit tr.e St.!
    or r- .net the of Mtorr.
    I duties as the cour may direct. Their criminal jurudicrion ol county courts en a member af the bar o! Florida !tuage Ion the circuit court of poser of such unit u.itil all of sat ..um- shall *

    F.orlda viz ,, compensation >hl be Ibo by las The count) courts in counties where Then d no person shall be eligible for the ciicuit I wherein the state the Judicial of lie L'l.Ttuie to enact general laWS benL' n of r. '7es-ntatlves shall be arp >i- lisle 1. .1- .'r.' U .tt
    Ip-m -
    capital 15 'o- sh'll ait .in.: .'
    S r-'ate -
    ,, > r.-cV Co-ctv nJ -re -
    marshal to execute the tiC :rd
    power criminal courts established shall office
    shal are have of Judge of a circuit court or criminal ci ted Subsequent the first At* .
    NOi i court throughout the state criminal Jurisdiction and t Tuesday any other one cr more counties of the Section 4 Etlectite iee IMS 0aiws O'1 i-.c ,'erii'.ra
    pro,. tl. no no proulI' t court of record who is no' twentv-five after the first in an. : i- t'"on
    COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR 1 and In any county may deputize the sheriff attorney tears of age and a number of the bar of the governor shall Monday January 1957. state cf FUr. a or to ny rr.Ln.cipa.ry tn tnt slol Cv.JUie ef'c lye I a.T.t'J.; this amer.ci.Tert emg dfi.aa .- ,

    lOU E JOIST RESOLUTION NO. $10 o a deputy s/rJ for such purpose.Section gi Clerk The clerk of said court shall For a Any senator or member of the hereunder to serve appoint for term the first Judge in Daae Court and any other one, or upon ratification by a rraoriiv of "..tqualified bv: land aoprop''ro f t a ;> .: -. *
    the < a expiring on .- ire rn'-mcipaiitiea! of time trie BiiupVt Coir.r1-: > -nj u-Je .
    Resolution State
    A Joint red..on o Florida
    be elected the electors of
    prop'l; 6 Circuit Courts by eiectcrs of the county in house of representatives otherwise quail- the first the the State The governor -
    .. of Artie! V of of 1 Tuesday ate first Monday in relating to county or mun.rpal afa':.'> shall bv the Boa.-d of Cnrs .- -.7. s. -. .
    which the held
    II. lap Circuits The legislature cour 1 and shall held fled shall be eligible for appointment or January 1959 following the apportion the hou-f ir.m.dlately -
    the Judicial J"dc"l election of his and all such general laws shall Dade County for t., .se of d.i.e: !
    ir.e State of Florida relating to may ,"tablsh not more than sixteen Ju- office for y..r. and hs compensationshall election lo any Judicial office which may successor at the general election apply to after ratification based upon the Countv Solicitor! i

    Department cf the Government.BS I dicial circuits eats composed of a county be fixed by law. shall! also be have been created or the emoluments vember 195$. which in NoD ade County and to all mumcio.luies latest official census and call a special D.idr Ousts r '

    IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE or contiguous counties _and of not less clerk; of the county court The sheriff ofI ahrfl may have been durtrv for a term successor shal serve therein to the van. artm. as if this election! so that new vacanci.-s of the and for the purp f >-? --npiosirv .

    OF THE OF FLORIDA: the 'I for Icr.as. expiring on the Tuesday sr c'ton hid not been adopted and such house and sistant County Solicit.- *i.d otter .>ll: .
    STAT than City thoutand inhabitants according county shall be the the time he after the senate may be filled pn-.r to

    That the folo.lnl revision of to the last c-'u' authorized by law except of said cour. and his dut.@UCUUotc.r ft. i, Section M .hlcl Vacancies in office.I.cte nf fdgfItoa .' frs. election Monday of in his January 1961. ?("-.-ra'! Uws ali ll s._per tie ..**> p..rt or tie next sKolon of the legislature. Trc&eelected personnel -.all: thereafter 0* u>ec i ;
    o.lo.n the
    of the of the State successor at portion ofthe home rule charter operation ul the S'atA'.tornev (*
    Article V Constitution pnvd"d: L
    that the county of Monroe shall con- > be by la wui acre until t.e next
    filled general general
    hal be When the oce of election
    any Judge In November flee of the E.ev-'r. _-.. '
    and shall ;> r herein contact : Ciriu. .-
    of Florida Is h..by agreed to ol tOt ih attorney fur I I 19.llcl in therewith and siiailupcrsrtp election
    sutute one
    clrclit. shall become from successor snail
    t/lb/ applnl- vacant any cause \ serve for the and for Dade
    Coun-t ,
    submitted of 1f. *nv of a..d the ?m'si
    t.e to the electors this state provision znv ordinance
    menf .
    ibi Ci'our Judges The as ,
    I I.glslatur sal county T. ator- successor to fill such vacancy shall b appointed tem and his successors chosen as other- ot Assistant State
    !or ratification or rejection the next enacted pursuant to said charter and in NO e.iENATE Attor.rvs and oil :
    a provide lor one cirCuit judge in each n ey residing in the county where such or elected only for the unexpired *ise for circuit judges
    proude personnel for the
    "eneral election to be held in November I conllict therewith and seals oi-e-a'ior. ot thai
    cult for each fit) thousand Inhabitants or court 1 held shall be eligible for term of the whose deith ,iIOi otherwise superset JOINT RESOLUTION KO 777
    1956. that Is to sayARTCLE app.ntm.nt Jude resignation provided by the any provision of any cr>arter of any municipality A resolution ftce. and the said'Stale A'tLr.ev is IrS -
    major fraction thereof according to the a county solicitor for said other cause created legislature. orders of the Florida Industrial joint proposing an amendment by authorized

    V los census authorized by law In circuit Hi Criminal courts o/ record may be such vacancy.SrcfMn Commission shall be subject to review in Dade County in Conflict to Article V of the constitution of including Assistant to employ1.1 prrs. r. .

    t having more than one Judge the legislature abolished tt eaislafure Such courts maybe IS. o/ judges Circuit b) petition to the district only therewith the state of Florida bv adding then to State Attornevs I- Section 1 Count The Judicial po er EI.cllol cojrts. of appeal gi Nothing In this section shall be construed an additional servers and investigator in :'. -- -
    section
    may designate the place of residence of abolished by the legislature. Judges be elected by the qualified for of certiorari to provide for wo
    the State of Florida vested in a supreme shl "r to limn or restrict the power and of the number and to be paid the sames
    I any such additional Judge or Judges Sclll 10 Courf ot Record of Escarnbia electors their respective Judicial provisions of law judges Criminal Court of tecord
    circuits
    court courts of appeal cir- Al pertaining to turiadlction of the Railroad and Public:: In Duva as the number of Assistant Counts s
    Florida
    dl.trc i tci The courts County III Escambla Countv there the County.
    J.rud.cIIOI Clcut as other state and officials Board of Las
    ot Record of Escambla county E.ma.r '.all) Utilities Commission or of other tors, process servers and investigator
    courts. any state BE IT ENACTED
    I Cour shall have exclusive original jurlsdlctODIn shall be a court of record with two or are elected. continue in effect until BY THE LEGISLA
    Bounty courts of record county superseded in a agrncy bureau or coiiroifsion now ployed oy the Counts Solicitor u' l'.<
    rr r USE OP THE
    all cases In equity except such equity more Judges as the legislature may pro Judges of district courts of appeal shall manner authorized by this Article. STATE OF FLORIDA County. Florida

    ,o.r. county Judge co.rt. juvenile Jurisdiction a may be conferred on Juvenile sI de. who shall be elected! for a term of be elected. by the qualified electors of their 1121 This Article shall not disturb hereafter provided for m this Constitution That toe following amendment to Article

    courts courts of Justices of the peace courts in all cases at las not ccg- six years by the qualified electors of said | districts as state and i terms of incumbent Judges 'he or by general law and said state V of the Constitution of the S'ate

    and such other courts including municipalluurts. i nizabie by subordinate courts in all cases county as other county officials are elected.I county r.ptU.officials are otle. 'ill, provision for I| agencies bureaus and commissions shai! 01 Florida be added as an addition.-i tt-c- KO 10

    or commissions a the legislature involving the legality of any tax. assessment and whose compensation shall fixed by of the supreme, court be m eat T. 17 of this automatic retire have the same powers in Dade County as lion to be appropriately numbered br the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO : > >

    may from tune to time ordain and establish or toll. In the action of ejectment.In the legislature Said court have cxel I .Justce by the qualified electors shal the apply to any person now holding Article offi"-do. sot I shall be coner.-ed upon them m regard Secretary of State and same is hereby A joint resolution proposing; an I-TJ-.-

    all actions Involving! the titles or cl i'stse Jurisdiction of all criminal cases stale other state and county otEcials i Mi Upon the adoption of this to other counties agreed to and shall be submitted to the ment to Article vm of the Consti'uti-jn
    Section 2 Administration The chief and. a Article ih> If any section. suDsecticn. senience. electors of the State of of Florida relating to counties and
    boundaries of real estate and In all criminal not capital with the cirar e elected the legislature shall Flor'Ja for rati cities

    ,..Ur 01 the supreme court I vested "ilh. cases not cognizable by subordinate cuit court of sid concurr.n county the Judges The Judges of district courts of make such enact such laws and clause or provisions of this section Is held fication or ri'cctlon at the general I'.eitian bv adding thereto a section relating tothr

    and slal exercise In accordance "itn rule courts They shal have or.gtnal Jurlsdlc- toel the same original Jurisdiction of identified as belonging to Group A'apprl shall preme court appropraton such and rules the suI I Invalid as vlolative of the provisions of to be held on the first Fuesdav atttr tees and compensation of Counts
    of court authority temporarily to sal as may Section 1 Article XVII of this Constitution the officers cf Escambla
    tlal | of actions forcible entry and un- css and and the same powerand br elected m 1958 and six b first Monday m Novemoer. 1958 County
    mat.r every proper to
    ton years
    assign Justices of the supreme court to 1.1 detainer and of such other mat.lIen authority to IOnIC all writs as the thereafter. those identified as belonging to I provisions.necessary gi.e effect to us the remainder of this section shall not b- Section -. From and after the adop Efe. FT RESOLVED BY THE ...EGISLs.TUH2 -

    district courts of appeal and circuit courts. j i iI $; affected by such Invalidity. tion of this OF THE STATi OP FLORIDA
    the The of
    i as legislature may provide. ) circuit court said county and the "B" be elected I960 and Amendment there shall be

    Judge of district courts of appeal and shall have final appellate Jurisdiction In Judge thereof the power to every Group six years Ihal Ir and those 1 [ in It is declared lo be the intent of a Judge of the Criminal Court of Record That the following amendment to

    C&c.1 Judges to the supreme court district all cl\1 and criminal cases arising In the summon and .cpUnl rand jury. and Idrntiled as belonging theel'e to Group "C" shall | 502 I the Legislature and of the electors of the of Duval County. Florida m addition article VIII of the constitution d Florida -

    courts of appeal, and circuit courts county court. or before county Judges J jurisdiction of such other matters as the be elected -n 1962 and six SEN"T JOINT RESOLUTION [ State of Florida to provide by this section to the Judge of Said Criminal Court by adding a section to be designated

    and Judges of other courts except municipal court. of a: mtdtmulor tried In crim legislature may provide The rule of thereafter. every years I I A NO. 166 home rule for the people of Dade of Record already provided in said by an appropriate section number if; article

    cOlrl. to Judicial service In any courts reord. of al cases procedure and practice applicable to the Election of circuit Judges shall be held: I ment Joint to resolution proposing an axer.i. County m local affairs and this sc-tion County. sari Judge shall be c-lecteu at VIII. is hereby agreed to and shell

    court same or lesser Jurisdiction arising In municipal courts .. claims i CirCUi court of said county shall obtain inn the year I960 and every six Art.ce VIII of the Constitution shall &e liberally construed to carry out the General Election nest succeeding 'he be submitted to the electors of 'his sta"for

    Any retired Justice or Judge may. "ith his courts, and co.rt of Justices ol the peace i tie court of record I j thereafter. years providing home rule in Dade County such purpose and It is further declared coming into effect of this Amendment ratiflcat.an or rejection at tIme neti

    consent be Ik..ls assigned to Judicial The circuit courts and Judges shall have I provisions of this constitution and I I i Tao Justices of the supreme court shall I ,I, by BE amending IT Section 11 thereof to be the intent of tIle Legislature and except as otherwise provided herein and general election to be held in 1956. j-
    ; RESOLVED
    service to Issue ants of mandamus las enacted In BY THE IEGISLA-f the electors of the Slate of Florida shall hold office for fcur follows
    poer tnjunctlon. consonance and
    al tb@r.ll' be In 1958 and six TfRE OF years receive
    .Iet.d every years THE
    Section 3 Practice and Procedure. The STATE
    quo arranto. c.rtorarl. prohibition.I pertaining to circuit courts and olk.r thereafter three Justices of the That OF FLORIDA thai the provisions of this Constitution! the same salary and alloaan-es Section On and after the first

    practice and procedure In all courts rfhall I I and habeas corpus and all .nts necessary thereof and to appeals and writ of error court shall be elected in 1960 and supreme every I de VIII.the following amendment to At ii- and general laws which shall relate to for expenses as Is provided by law for the day of October. 1957. all fees revenues

    be governed by rules adopted by Inc IUprr. the from circuit Section 11. of the constitution of Dade County and any other one or more Judge of Criminal or other charges collected by the several
    or proper to compleu u.rCls of I courts. the manner j jof I six to of the Florida a Court of Record ofDuval
    I
    court their Jurisdiction. f the appointment includlr1 and Ihet.ms y.ar II.relte. be Ju.tce is hereby agreed to and v.all be counties of the State of Florida or to any County He shall have all powers county officers of Escambia county shall
    court 1962 1 <
    supreme in ubmitted
    elEtion
    Section i Supreme Court .h.l .I.t.d to the of the State of municipality m Dade County anti and be paid into the general fund
    The circuit courts and circuit Judges of otc and compensation of said and every six years thereafter .Irlor any perform all duties and possess all mintS

    di=bur.i -
    next
    hal consist of seven m"rs one of I : sal general election lo be held in No- S'ate of Florida enacfed pursuant thereto meat as provided by law The
    of of or prescribed the legMa-
    be Escambia by Constitution
    shall be the Five in chancery cases as may prescribed cour County and i; take on the first Tuesday after (ember. or b>
    .10m Justice by law the oltk.r thereof except a otheral first or Monday m the January.ecl'o I 195 by the Legislature shall be the iurrtme statute for the Judge of the criminal lure shall provide by local or s rcmi

    justices shall constitute a quorum tbut I Id'' Court COl.IUlltrs A provided In this section provided that the I I 1 $ 16 Terms folo"l1 vt certain I a Arcl.11. Section 11. 1 hereoy law in Dade County. Florida excitpl as Court of Record of Duval County. and legislation for the salaries expenses a id

    the concurrence of four shall b,necessary I Judge ma) appoint in each county Circui I compensation and un. allowances 011.ald I j: judges The terms of 0OJ'i justices of I i Section 11 rad as follows exprestlv provided herein and this -rction all l statutes concerning said Judge 'hall compensation to be paid the several
    to a decision hI i iai. The
    of I Ibe I*: electors! of Dade shall be strictly construed to maintain apply to him county officers of Escambia Arc
    ibi circuit one or more attorneys at la. s Judges said court of record shal i the supreme court judges of district I C Provided however that if county
    Jurisdiction
    Appeals from trial I ounty. Florida
    b? court comm..on.f. also shall haveposer paid by Escambia! Count and of appeal and circuit Judges shall I are granted powvr to Mich supremacy of this Constitution and there be a judge of a Provisional Criminal legislation which shall have heretoitrt
    ourts be taken directly to the court revise
    and
    nay supreme
    in the absence from tam county of: the same as paid to Bid received! from br six years adopt amend from time 10' oi the Legislature in the enactment cf Court in Duval County upon the adop been enacted in contemplation of the ratification
    court as a matter of right time a home rule
    only the circuit judge to silos writs of m1 al sources by Judges of the circuit court Section for Dade charter of 10".rDm.1 general laws pursuant to 'his Constitution tion of this Amendment such Judg-> -ball of this amendment is hereby con
    irom judgments imposing the death ,, Retirement susprntiort and I County. Florida
    penalty Junction and to issue of habeas corpus said county resident In said county I the uDde which become such additional Judge, and snail firmed and shall have the same force ann
    :1 remvtal ot Board
    from final Judgments or decrees directly I: judges the of Count
    returnable himself At the of Notwithstanding Commissioners of REPEALED be commissioned the effect as If the said legislation were
    before or the circuit request a Judge of the circuit : D-ide by Governor to I old enacted
    pa- 'ing upon the validity of a state : i I of this Article relating to terms: County shall be
    prO.ISon the
    Judge Their ord.r in such court of Escambla County evidenced as ,o-ernlnl b. : 503 office as a Judge of the Crrnmal Court subsequent to the ratification i f
    of oXceai
    statUte federal mates
    or a statute or treaty or may be revieed by the circuit Judge now provided by law a judge of the court I fI are : SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION of Record of Doss! County until his this amendment
    All and
    < shall nx
    Judges
    construing a controlling of the > the
    '
    provision and confirmed qualified or vacated They or record may assume and perform in I juuc. auto boundaries of each NO. 1052 successor is duty elected .>nd qualified _
    countv
    Florida 70.
    or federal constitution and from maiically retire at age commission
    Anal or decrees in : may b remo\e by the circuit Judge. The every ,.pet the Jurisdiction and dutiesof judlm.nt from
    proeu's L confer the circuit of Escambla time to :| 504 NO 7
    them fur SENATE JOINT
    may upon County ora RESOLUTION NO 642
    : time.
    tot the cour and and fix
    validation of bonds and e by the supreme court the number
    oi certcale tie posers not Judicial and shall fix: judge ". Incudnl the trial of I 'tabh.he and ( of terms and commsation SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION SENATE JOIST RESOLUTION NO 638 A Joint resolution proposing an amendment
    The Justice or: the
    td.bt.dne. supreme court may al.r nouc any commissioners and NO 119
    ,, their
    1..r.ll.
    capital cases and to A Joint resolution
    I proposing an amendment to Article 16 of the Constitution
    .0mp@nstln br method of
    srmon Judge
    directly review by certiorari interlocutory may disability at retirement election '
    .e* R.eomm."dA"Ol (o 4ffurnei General and empanel a grand Jury; ar.d at I rte A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Article XII of the State Constitution ol Florida bv adding thereto an additional
    .rd." or decrees passing: chancery pay fixed by law. which mi May grant full
    matters which upon : Report to Ltftflcture It shall be request of a judge of the court of record I !i I be less to the Board power and authority of Section :. Article HI of the constitution by the addition thereto of anew section authorizing the legislature
    upon a Anal decree mould not than two-thirds of his of County '
    the duty of the jud.t of the .ud.n.e as now provided by law a judge sbal Dade Comml.slon.r of relating to regular and extra section to be numbered by the Secretary to establish civil service systems and
    fcr appealable the crCUl h has served forteD County
    ) to compensation : to
    supreme I I pass ordinances
    da.ct II.n I relating to sessions of the Legislalure. by adding to
    I
    ail direct and count to report to the attorney a o circuit court of Escambla County the affairs of State authorizing abolition nf boards for municipal county and state
    appeals interlocutory years or more by a commission composed
    Cl'r l lest thirty days before each session of the may assume and pelor In every rer.pect I of of the Dade property and government of said Section a provision for the convening office of County Special Tax School District employees and for municipal coun'v ana
    by certlorari. the one Justice coon County and
    court shall. .have such Jurisdiction supreme as may Itglllur such dett in the laws as the duties end jurisdiction of the court of to be selected by that court supreme two Judges fot the violation thereof provide suitable. p Dalt. of the Legislature into extra session by Trustees and transfer of their duties state officers not elected by the people oi
    to levy the members thereof
    been brought to their attention, record ot [>ambo County or a Judgethereof col. subject to referendum providln: appointed hv the
    governor
    br no..r> to compl.t determination of m.y of the district courts of appeal to be selected Illtt such taxes as may be authorized EE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -
    and to such amendments or additional by method of reinstatement of BE FT RESOLVED
    : BY THE
    the l the i law county special LEGISLATORS -
    cause on sln.1 by Juc3s of said district and
    no other
    rVe. taxes. and OP THE STATE OF
    court FLORIDA
    be deemed There shall' hereafter be elected for do tax school diitrict trustees
    as may necessary I a t OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
    from of and j
    to circuit
    district appeal
    Appall courts of appeal of four >4i bv juc. to .elhln r.fcessart' to cry on That the following aniTidn.ent 10 article BE IT
    The atorn@t. general snail tem ) .r. tl. qualifiedelectors 'ertr..1I RESOLVED BY THE LEOISLATUF.E That the lolotng! amendrr.er.t to
    to the airtto county judges to

    supreme court. as a supreme
    -n.y. .of.right, only from initially the l'itur at each session lucl of E.cambl Courity. Florida a court t .eltctd th I i uiii May lo..t.cnt.in Dade ')' III section 2 of the coi>ttuticn cfi OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Article 16 of the Constitution of Florida

    .te passing upon the validity dellOn a state legislation a he may deem .d.uabl.. prosecuting attorney who shall be known
    statute federal 'ifi' Sfil. Attorneys In each Judicial as County Solicitor! o! Escc.rr.bia County.Florida" j 1 and abolish and may to the electors of the cute of I be amended by the addition ota to be Known as SeCtion 34 ol said
    or a or or : Judge j of the district of or a method for
    stat.t. lraty. circuit state shall and who shall be the Cor appe-i pro\d. changing the boun Florida for ratification or rejection at:
    initially construing a controlling provision a attorney be elected prosecut 'I cucbit Judge shall be liable to impeach- daries of. new section ;o be namocred by the Article 16. authorizing the Legi.at..re U-

    of the Florida or federal constitution. b> the qualified electors of that circuit Ing attorney in the Court of R..urln and i i.".-nt for any in office ''L'hln m.rglg.time consolidating to and .abol-,> the next general election to be held in the secretary of state as follows is hereby establish Civil Service Systems and Civil

    The supreme court review in the same m.oe as other state and for cambia Countv. Flor.da. and bl i mlsd.Ptant ', 1m. all m-jmcipal I year 1956. as follows agreed to and shall be submitted to Service Boards for municipal county and
    may by cerilo- c-ctton 18 Pro/it/ > acflz '
    )tea tries oftudget. I 'corpraton. county or district
    : Section 2 and
    duties and Reffutor eurO sessions -
    officials of shall be fixed troverrI the electors of
    ran any decision of district of county to serve a term four compensation by the state for ratification state employees and officers not elected
    a court .
    peal that affects a class ol ap- 1'ytr and to fulfill duties prescribed by An election for County Solicitor shall '' of JU'tlCe district of the supreme court i I i I boards opclal 14ln districts authorities The regular sessions of the legislature i or rejection at the general election In by the people or appointed bv the Governor -
    Judges of
    Ma-- con.ttutlnllor !las be held! at the I.I.ral election in 195$I. courts appeal 5fl1 i KOlrn.nlal units whose, shall be held biennially commencing on I November ot 1956 be submitted to the electors of thi

    quest:u>n olc.r. by or the that district passes court upon of a I 'igi Clerks of the Circuit Court In and each four ,i4> years thereafter and c.rcjit JUle shall devote ful time to Jurisdiction ty whether 1 lIes:such wholly within Dade. Coon. the first Tur.day after the first Monday Section ili F'om and alter Jar State of Florida for ratification cr rejection -
    ceun.d their duties
    appeal to be of 1 each county a clerk of the circuit court. the person elected at any such election 'i' )< st.l engage In gO\rm.nl.1 units art in April. 1837. and on the corresponding uary I. 1957 the office of county specia. at the next general election to beheld

    that L n direct conflict great public*:th a interest decision, or of she oal also be clerk of the board of 1 shal tae office the first Tuesday after the ,r.-ciic of > cf I law or hold. any office orlI'n c.att or by otherwise the Constitution or the L.I-: day of every second year thereafter but I tax school district trustees shall be -boi- in 1956 as follows
    : profit under this state or tur except the
    another district court of of commlln.r. recorder, and exotficio first Monday in January succeedir. any Board of Dade the governor may convene the same in shed and all duties of district trustee- "Section 34 Civil Service System and
    th.upr.m.
    appeal or ;
    e the date of the election ;rsf.t under the United Slate..nd County Commisisoners as it fiat extra session by his proclamation Regular
    the auditor of the county. shall be Any person be shall be vested in the county board u Joards The Legislature may by -
    general
    on same of las
    co.r point t. elected the | such office who shall here st.a. pot hold cSe In any; political provided for from time to time bv this l sessions of the legislature extend i
    by may
    and mas issue writs ot certiorari to commission ,I qualified electors of that ocupyml or I home rule charter and the public instruction including levying tales special or local laws create Civil
    established by law county In the same manner as other state appointed to fill any vacancy: party I[ Instruction of Board of Public lo sixty i60 days but no special sessior ii provided by article XII of the constitution Service systems and Civil Service Bcaift
    Dade
    and officials! therein shall continue in office until the Cc-npen.ation for service In the state County convened by the governor shall exceed In all
    The court county to serve a term of counties wherein the proposition for municipal county and state employees
    .preme Issue ants of liv
    mandamus. and quo may warranto shea I a four ye.r and to fulfill duties prescr.fcfdby :; election and qualification of a County: States militia or or the other armed forces of the United !' any and .all provide of the a functions method by .h.ch twenty i20i days The regular sixty i60i' is affirmed by a majority vote of thf and for municipal county and state officers

    stale officer commission or otheragency law. Solicitor hereunder the d.lens ag.ncas recognized :. i of any municipal o;O".r: day biennial session of the legislature qualified electors of any rich county not appointed by the governor rr

    bard the Section 7 County Juduej'' Cou'tii i All offenses triable in the Court of Record by supreme court such periods I corporation or other:: may. by a three-fifths vote of the membership 2i Tc submit the proposition con elected by the people and the Legislaturemay

    generally. or a member represent of public such I- I I i ia> Establii\w.nt There be a in and for Escambta County. Florida, of time as may be determined by the governmental transferred unit m Dade County ma/ of both houses be extended not! tamed in subsection ili above to the authorize such Civil Service Boar Is to
    any s.1 court shall be deemed to the
    supreme not O Board
    board commission or Is county Judges' court In each countyibi shal be prosecuted upon Information un protS.cIO. | Commissioners of Coons exceeding a total of thirty <30i' days which electors a special election snail oe called provide for the qualifications and ne'md

    named as respondent oIle writs 1.ncy. County, Jutgei There shall be in oath to be filed b' the County Solicitor lit Judicial salaries and expenses > May o! D.d. County need not be consecutive Recesses in sucn b; the countv commissioners of anv of employing such employees and oitic-rs

    I"bllon to commissions established pro by: each county not less than one county but the Grand Jury of the Circuit Justices of the supreme court and ing\new provide a method fcr estab'isli- extended session shall be taken only by county upon the request of the Count and to prescribe the length ot their 't-rm*

    la*, to the district courts of appeal andt. Judge who shall be .I.te by the qualified Court for Escambia County. Florida may judge j of all other courts .1.1 receive for fixing districts municipal corporations special I Joint J action of both houses No extended Board cf Public Instruction therein >f office or employment

    .' the trial *hen questions are involved .IKIOr of sId county at the time and Indict for ol.nse triable In said Court their services salaries compensation i units in Dade and other governmental l :; session may last beyond September 1st *hicn election may be held at the same
    court Upon the finding of ant such indictment provided by law A retired Justice or Count from tine to following the regular btennml! session
    upon a appeal to thelupr.n. : place of voting for other county, officers: | and provide for I'M time as the next general election and! NO 12
    tirtl the Circuit Judge shall admit Judge assigned to active judicial service their government aed During such extended additional
    to : session no -
    court is a matter of and shall hold his once for four bal or precribitheir me result thereof shall determine whethe: .ENATE JOINT
    RESOLUTION
    y..r I Jurisdiction NO 34XXA
    right alo" His compensation shall be provided for commit the accused pending trial the shall while so serving receive as add: and pners. '' proposed legislation shall be mI subsection il' shall be effective m sucl

    The supreme court by law Court of Record in and for Escambia tonal t compensation the difference, b.t.n I ivii May abolish and may provide a i I troduced unless consent Is first obtained county joint resolution proposing to amend
    may issue all art La method fot
    .rticle XVI of
    necessary or proper to the complete ci I.aClM In any county a population I In 1 County. Florida and trial shall be upon: retirement benefits and the comp.nS- !' all offices aboUlml from time to Urn I I bv a two-thirds i2/3> vote of the members i3> Any count adopting the provi location of the constitution relating
    hUIr1 o offices bv
    of Its JurisdictionThe excess of one and twenty-five: Information filed by the Counts Solicitor r ton applicable to such service Salaries of [ Section 6 of by Article VIII. of the House into which it is sought slons of subsection < li hereof may aftei county adding a
    section numbered
    supreme court or any thousand and not more than lo hundred The Clerk of said Court shall be elected circuit Judges may be supplemented In any L. the Con.tutlon or b> the to be introduced four i4i years return to Its former status lew 4A. providing for
    trials of
    of may Issue ants of ha j.itc corpus tl.r-returnable and fifty thousand according to the by the electors of Escambia County at theGrneral county or counties when authorized bv I PuDlir"lallr Instruction encrpt Superintendent of Provided that the legislature mavI'o and reject the provisions of this section ury within civil Plnellas suits in certain rr.uucipallttes -

    before the supreme a court or any last decennial federal census or census Election in 1960 and each four I law Judicial officers shal be paid surh I' the consolidation and may provide 10PAGP r be convened in extra session in ine fcl- I by the same procedure outlined u BE IT RESOLVED BY THE County LEG1SLA.t'RE -

    Ju.tc thereol. 31 before a district court: authorized by the legislature and p.ld for (4t years thereafter and the person actual and necessary, expenses a mav bt functions of such offices and transfer of the t owing manner When twenty par cent !I subsection i2i hereof for adopting th OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
    elected shall office authorized by law provided how '20" i of the members of the
    appeal or any Judge thereof or before by the county. the legislature may provide hold for four i4i 'ar ever that thrre 1 legislature provisions thereof in the beginning That the following amendment to
    The and i Section 20 Style ot pracets The style l I shall be no power to shall execute and file the Article
    anY circuit judge fu an additional county Judge for such compensation dile ol the Clerk I I abolish in writing with { ___ -
    CVI
    I I shall be fixed law of all process shall be The Stale of or impair the Jurisdiction of the of state their certificates that of the Constitution of the State of
    The court shall that law having Ii irI by Clerk of the ,, FIIrIda' secretary i
    any
    provide for the c".nIY. Circuit
    '
    proflde. lorida
    Court the
    location
    I.prm. relating to of
    Court of Record in and for EscambiaCounty. and all prosecutions shill he conducted or to abolish any other conditions arrant the convening of t.ie NO I county
    tln"e to the court having Jurisdiction It p.rp. creating of an additional: In the and b Ihe court provided for by this Constitution COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR iffices be and the same is hereby agreed
    name auinorilvof l
    In such Florida at the General ) or legislature into extra session the secretary
    any matter subject to review thejurisdiction JUdl' county shall not beI elKle hv general and shall be submitted
    .I.D law. or the o to the electors
    SENATE
    Judges JOINT RESOLUTION
    I Election the State or clerks of NO
    of come unless ratified of 1956 any successor appointed I- state shall within seven .703
    appellate has by a majority I
    court thereof
    been improvidently anotl.r invoked. o' the participating of such to fill any vacancy in said office '1 Section 21 Krferefs Any civil cause I. although such charter may create days after receiving the requisite number A Joint Resolution Proposing an Amend of the state of Florida for ap-

    Ki CnieJustice The chief at an election vot.r the county tor .hlel may occur. shall hold office until the may be tried before a practicing attorney new courts and Judges and clerks thereof of such certificates poll the members mcnt to Article XII of the Stale Constitution jroval or rejection at the next general

    Justice of pr..ntnl same as referee the applications of the with jurisdiction to try all offenses and by She addition thereto of lection to be held in A D 1956. that
    the or Irst Tuesday after first Monday. Jan upon against ci the legislature upon the affirmative a new
    Ilprm. cour shall chosen by the approval rjtton any county having tl. ordinances passed by the Board u to ray that a new section to be numbered -
    members of a population of ua. 1961 > parties and an order from the court i in of County vote of three-fifths i3/Si of the Section to be numbered by the Secretary
    court more than hun- ,
    tie serve lora tao '' Commissioners Section 4A be added Article
    term of t In lhl and fifty thousand The Sheriff of the County shall the hose Jurisdiction the case may be auth ot Dade County and none numbers of both houses shall forthwith of Slit,. Authorizing appointment of the to XVI
    o years of a did according to luohc.ns | ot the if the Constitution
    other of the State
    .nt such trial and such courts provided for by this fix for County Superintendent In Duval iiarasola. of Flor-
    the of said Court his: appointing the day and hour convening of such -
    s. .tUtiY
    vacancy a ortzlnl
    chosen without referendum ocr
    successor be .
    "ithla < 1'llsI.tur m.y. Constitution da. said new Section 4A read
    sh.1 The referee shall or by genera) law shall Dade and Pineltas Counties. to
    duties have
    sixty days for a term During thereon provide for one additional i and comp.n..lon shall be fixed r.lere keep a comrl.l.reord C I extta session Notice thereof shall be given :ubjeclto
    a original Section 4A Cuil Jae Trials
    Jurisdiction PineJni -
    hk of the the evidence to try such offens referendum of the in
    or chief county Judge for each additional 250 000 bla. case including i. each member by registered mall within or special act Leg

    unable.uncy to al.n.e any reason the jUltl.Justice I of population or major fraction thereof In event of vacancy In the oc of''>,, takn. and such record shall be filet with i I Jurisdiction although the charter may confer appellate seven q ili days after receiving the re Islature. providing method of reinstate County location in certain raaniciwiifies -

    County Solicitor. the In the case In the office of the on such courts and ment of County Superintendent ti-ttnin laid ccunfjThe Leglsla-
    longest in continuous service ici' Jurisdiction The i Clerk or other pap.1 provided quisite number of said certificates. The
    act shall act and able to have original county Jldg.'scourll of the Court of Record In and for ocf clerk and the cause shall be subject to an further that If said home rule charter time for convening of said session shall BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEt ilELA ore may. from time to time and as the
    as i
    idp) Clerk chlf JfarjfiaH.Justice.Process Thr all Ilal law In which the jurisdiction demand In bla County. Florida from any cus.Ecam-IC appeal In the manner prescribed by law I shall abolish any county office or offices not be less than fourteen i4i days TURE OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA I luslness of Pineilas County may require
    ca.s or
    supreme od shall ot property Involved successor to such vacancy be appointed Section 22 Juries The number of Jurors as authorized herein that said charter more than twenty-one i21i days not That Article XII of the State Constitution provide that trial by Jury of all civil suits
    appoint a clerk anda .Iue not exceed fl shal | shall
    cour"ho shall bold office one hundred Ih.i by Governor to for the for trial of causes In any court maybe i contain adequate provision for the the date of mailing said notices In pun be amended by the addition of i properly triable by Jury according to law

    the pleasure of the court and perform during relating to the dollr.entry proedlna: unexpired term of such office Sn which has fixed by law but shall not be l.s tlanIII carrying on of all functions of said office suance of said certificates aff'r nz'ivevote new section to be numbered by the Sec may be had and held In any municipally
    such or ,
    offices within said
    as are no* or hereafter of Slate, follows. 1> hereb county having a popu-
    duties n the court directs Their detention of lands and tenements and of become vacant In any cal be may of the membership and notloi- tne relary as
    compensation
    shall be fixed by la The marshall .- | such criminal cases as the legislature mav Section 1 Courts o/ Justices of the Section 23 Adm'UIOl and discipline ot VII prescribed by general la*. legislature shall convene m extra session agreed to and shall be submitted to th atlon of more than seventy-five thou-
    i
    i Shall and 175 0001
    hate the llC.Si.. The Part attorneys The supreme court shall have provide a method by r uh for all purposes as If convened In reg electors of the state for ratification i: > inhabitants according to
    county Judge
    ahal poser to execute the I i courts shall I'I each municipal he latest official census The !legislature
    exclusive Jurisdiction over the admission corporation In Dade Coon ular rejection at the general election in No
    session provided however that
    Ltoce the hcv arlsdiction of the Districts and I any
    court settlement a'* presiding
    throughout the slate, of the officer
    : ty shall
    Tbe.h11 j have
    the I nay provide also that the clerk of
    any
    tad In ant county m., i ,( and not than five to the practice of law and the discipline power ty make amend such extra session shall be limited to 3 vember of 1956
    deputize the shcnS lela to orderthe more Justice dis {
    dKe.nl mlnol. D of admitted It for or repeal its on charter Upon I' Section ill -From and after January ourt or any other court officer within
    provide adoption of the' -
    r a deputy sheriff for such rel estate and each county and there shall I be persons may { of period thirty i30i days Should
    purpose I this aId
    home shall
    rule ; county maintain such offices
    Section 5 District Courts ot Appeal minors u take probate of .Ills. to grant fleeted: one Justice of the peace for each :!: an agency to handle admissions subject this method charter by the electors secretary of state fall to receive the' 1. 1357. the county Superlntendenof withIn such
    to us supervision. It may also. shall be exclusive and the number of said certificates Public Instruction shall be appointet municipality and keep sucn
    lai Appellate provide requisite :e-
    Districts The letterstamentary and ot admlnlstrat justice district. who shall hold office! for >
    sale Ihal for the of mattersIn Legislature shall have no power to amend by the County board of >fficial books and records therein as may
    disciplinary the of
    r divided Into three appellate lon an., vuardlanshlp and to four years Existing Justice districts are handling I questing convening an extra stsi i public instruc
    t discharge the circuit courts and the district or repeal the charter of lion In the counties of Sarasota oe necessary to accomplish the purposes
    ontiguous counties < dutu I any municipal lion of the legislature within a periodot Duval.
    usually hereby
    as the lo of but the
    legislature may courts legislature may if this
    pr.lnlnl rtolnlz. corporation amendment however
    Dade provided
    The by of appeal or by commissions consisting : in County. sixty <60i days after receipt of the Dade and Plnellas wherein the propos.
    court
    shall
    "rsr' probat have time to time change
    Oraanuatwn. number and poses of committing m'lltrt.and: the pCIa bund.rlt of any such district no* of m.mb.r of the bar to be desl! | County mm May change the name of Dade I first of said certificates all c-rnficatcs lion it affirmed by a majority vote o ?Sat: other the principal officers shall offices of such clerks

    ul judges A district court of .t.dIOl shall Issue all licenses required by law to or and may nalr by It. the supreme court sublet lo previously filed shall be rendered null the qualified electors ot any such Conan not be removed
    betltf i ix i Shall the
    etabl.l.d. etab. torn county seat.
    be orlanlze in each appellate district. be Issued Ir the county lists new or such district no supervision and review provide a method for the recall and void and no extra session shall te i or by a special act of the leglslalu
    abolsb Section 24rcl reduction of any commissioner and a method I the office of IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have
    making
    be three of o/ number called and said certificates shall not be County Superintendent
    shal jude of each dltlc I Section I Ccvnt Courts or ho.ale existing Provided. ho ever for initiative and lereunto set rcy hand and affixed the
    court appeal urgnI411 51' ot judges Any law reducing the referendum including used ai any future time for the cor I- of public instruction appointive
    shall
    than changes be submitted
    any
    three and olUceri The 1 the initiation of and Great Seal of the Slate ot Florida at
    judges shall consider each 1111"lur. may organize to the people of number of Judges of any court shall notshorten referendum on ordi filing of the legislature iji' To submit the proposition cor.
    case and any county affected by
    concurrence of tie II such counties as may think proper referendum the term of any Judge then In nances and the amendment or revision of tained in subsection ili above lo th Tallahassee the Capital this the eth day
    majority shall be cecetsary county courts at the next ensuing g.n.rl the home rule charter of September. A D.. 1956.
    to a decision The .hlcl .hal have Jurisdiction election office provided hoevr. I electors a special election shall be a1e

    least one session (our lhl hold at of al cases at la. which the demand S.eIO. 25 Judicial Officers cs cornerr- that the power of the Governor and Sen 505 by the county commissioners of sue P.. A. OP.AY.

    dicial lthm every .a .ah Ju- value of the property In.ohe ib' J"rudl.I01 The J..tce of the of tile piece Ail judicial olr,1 In ate relating to the suspension and removal SENATE JOIST RESOLUTION NO .7 county upon the request of the -ount Secretary of State
    the
    Cicui district .herein not exceed five hundred peace bae Jurisdiction In at i of officers provided for In A joint resolution proposing to am nd
    acre business sh.i dolar. of this state sh.l be conservators of the this Constltu- board of public instruction therein whiR
    ready to transact proceedings relating to the !rt las in winch the demand or value of ihe lion shall not be Impaired but shall Article VII of the constitution of the
    roe judges of the ex: election snail be held within sixty -tb
    distric courts of ap unlawful detention of lands property involved does not exceed S100 to pac tend to all officers tate of Florida relating to appDrtr -
    .rsI organized shall and tec IC. S.elln:6 Schedule provided for in said days after request and the result therec
    be .Itlt and of misdemeanors and stitch the cause of action accrued home rule charter xent of the Senate and House of Represent
    a. Between June Blot m'"I. The count) 1 ili This Article shall become effective shall determine whether subsection ilsna
    1010&
    rst. 1957. the governor Jul 1) ILdje! shall be the judl of sad court or defendant resides in his district, on the first day of July 1937 and shall : i oi Provision shall be made for the pro 8tHfS :! be effective In such county.

    ,1,1 appoint thre Ttierr b the qualified and In such criminal cases except felon.s all of Article V. and tection of the creditors of BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGSLAITURE -
    replace any i3i
    lirrsoni to serve Judges of 51al stsl supersede govern- Any county adopting the prou
    each dittnc- 1 OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
    a said at the as mal pre ourt of appeal their .Ittor counts lime when b any other provisions of present merged consolidated, steno of subsection Ill hereof may af tr

    elected as .unti provided successors The ar. he said Jude is elected a prosecuting at- have power to issue process for the arrest constitution of FIor11 m conflict herewith or abolished or whose boundaries are That the following amendment of article four 'i4i, years return to us former atatt.
    Judge-: urn for said 01 elI persons charted with felonies: andmisdemeanors changed functions VII of the constitution of the state of
    M' appointed shall tide oSce and ) county. who shall hold which sr.l @ stand repealed or or powers trans and reject the provisions of this sectin
    assume fflre for four years His duo:.* and not within his jurisdiction 2i law authorized tented Florida relating to reapporttonment in
    I t.' duties on July first 1957 compensation Until changed by by the same procedure outlined in sin.
    and shai be prescribed by law Such tu 1 and make the same returnable before SIISC for a term to be designated .hal ( in this Article the appellate districts shall: shall I be section i2i hereof for adopting the rr
    by th courts abolished himself or the counts Judge for examination b be and the same Is hereby
    at the prepared
    governor in accordance silts pleasureI be composed as follows > a Metropolitan Charter Board: visions thereof in the beginning or bv
    the folIos!
    !: agreed to and shall be submitted
    rig the legislatureSection discharge commitment or ball created by the Legislature and I to 'ne
    --Ndule: The shall FlhST shall be special act of the legislature.
    )juJge in each governor appoint one oi: the accu.e Justice o? the peace shall DISC. tth 5th 7tr8th.i presented to the electors of Dade County electors of the state of Florida for approval
    District for i 2d 3rd
    a term Courts o Record Th
    Cr"AI ; at the
    expiring have power 10 hold inquests of the I4th circuits for ratification or rejection next general
    or the
    rejection in
    un the first presently manner :
    Tud.> after the first Mone 'iai OrgA.I.alC1 and ,. .1Te legislature dead Appeal from of th> election to be held m 1956 that u to 509
    provided
    lu.tc. conitliuted.DIZTKIC't by the Legislature Unt.i
    .> in 145J. folio.lp.j the clec- may r-cude for .: : nt court in criminal cases mav br pace I home rule charter is a say that sections 2. 3 and 4. of Article SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
    the
    :on ol his adopted Legislature
    successor at the general .1.. of a crlml..al court of record In anv novo under such the SEC VII of the constitution of the state of NO. 1201A
    : regulations as legislature from
    ton 6th. Mb. 10th. 12th and 13th may time to time create additional
    in Novemb-r
    .
    t9 1.
    hlch Judges county Judges ot criminal cour of record may prescribe Florida be amended to read Joint resolution to provide for -
    .1 circuits : Charter Boards
    b Judicial as present cc in- to prepare charters
    Id'n'Ie Group A" one re:>ctrd tar a = of four' 2 amendment V .
    a J d. IB sal to be Section Terms ot senate jr.d 10119 IC to Article ol the >ttution
    ac 'CI Con'e A conrabe! shall:; be presented lo the electors of Dade
    : for a terr-i expiring oa the years by the Qu ll electors of the -; !. smute County for apportionment ot ie'iafe-The lgliature of the State of Florida by .ddi.
    r.ist by @ registered vtters each ratif.canon or rejection in th
    TUcsiav *
    alter the first Monday In county, in the same mn"e a other 'CI. U DIC shall consist of the senate and the houo' me an additional section thereto to be giv
    Jjr.ji- justices district prfcrni such The and 16th judicial Circuits manner provided by me Legis.ature Such
    !36l !! the tate and officials! "n It.
    e'-ciun cf county Their cor sh.1
    1010.ln. his representatives House members st.a'l a number by the Secretary of State <
    S .pn. and under such a< : as presently constituted Charter once adopted by the electors
    -.t t.-.f gtr.cral .I.con In Kavtr..trr : -atiTn fixed oy law and dune reulaltns nay may: for the State ot
    shi b f be serve a term as provided In Ank- Fionas abolishing the O;
    ,3' of the Art.cle amended
    I9t 0 by isS only by the electors of Dade
    > .rich Jut.e shall tden II. the ;aKr.b Te pO\OD gcrc III Section 3 hereof and members cf (ice of County Solicitor In Dade Count'
    f-a ?> (..-, b $ ro. J-jier.'le CVirff c. :..! ..is- 01 nin lblt shall not : County and this charter shall provide a
    ep
    u!' ct !. ar cite n tach In and cour.tv hiviri a poLliucr. In.IC.5 newt 1..dl.O. jatiffe. officers procedure any incumbent to ccntinu* Inollc. method for submitting future charter revisions the Senate vital; verve for a term of four Florida and transferring the dull,
    :r
    :}e_ c.> .:vr. the tem first e>pnng on the flrst of ):50 and not more than ThesisUtre; snal. nue pea. th rlR to *.. reflection j and amendments to the electors of i4i sears The election for members c! thereof to the State Attorney ot tt

    1 I' the! Monday in January 2$0 tr. wC: > rg to ihe. Us a .'-.n.i, 'o create and establish: juvtr.ile courts Ir. > Except to the eater i..consister.tilh Dade County the house of represer.tatf.es and lena ic Eleventh Judicial Circuit of F.orlda. ar

    u.i.ng election of hl. nsrresat federal! census or authorized bs shall be at the same time and The other matters relating thereBE -. ,
    'J cistr.cts the ot Article idi The pic *
    :-- c.n.n rneral o COLnle al
    h..n jtttgmt! .election.tl i in f.r.fcer the lt-..;utc .w paid fo os toe soOn I thetote is t m.\ d..r ro and tc lslons of .and rule ul court I P1Ice to receive its pro rata share of I al. senate shall consist of one senator 'rc Ira IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATCRE
    be
    t.o. cup C Ient'le as the legislature* may provide for an ad Cat Define the juri-tl'ton arc Y., of ..cf 30 the ,fft.date 0! this Article U'alt revenues pa; able by the state frcm whatever each county of the stat o! Honda The. OP TEE STATE OP FLORIDA

    Tinsi.., -.* -vr* cf -'-" ttwa: Ju- u.r cn.on.1 l of re.- .r:> a .d the ofts tt.; I! ar.a u 'e 01 .onlinur in .!.C until superseded in a source to ire several counties and the senate shall be divided into two 2i gro'i s An amendment to Article V of K
    tao .
    "t c: inn c it j.ce' o! ord fo -.ch u..lt. proviunt lr. an. *. :ccj.rf .' <.. ora' leI dlr: -.in" a- >c ?--t.--- .'..xnii S1 *!e of Florida t-.il pay to the C".ri.T..<- by the legislature the larger group thirty- Constitution ot the State of Florid raddi..g

    r.ertr .: the toa>ll el alreal :..,.\ be :..iw rjvng for Its purpose tt-e crratu ,-'. .. .n' ill... .. i-o .nen.eTlcr Judges J' the district courts of appeal sion all revenues which would imvC beer four i34> senators to be elected for :nur aa idltional section thereto t
    .. ..
    kf.ral n r..1 pre. of *a additional Judge of si"1 ,. 41 and the srnal.er be ....'.ber Inc Secretary
    i.- tic! cn-rt ." ., n t. .< n, appointed b, tnt governor
    > o' (i'Ci *eir.ra'.cn- cf i:.Ir respective such couiiy .11 no: b.ome.1\ .r urs .' .Sr t .- "- .,.e .-c office or 'he effective dtt of Ir: :e stay be fcboil.?d b* or in trt 14' senators to be f.ectei for two i2' State nf t. S' .te cf F.cnda. u >uteagreec -.

    I.r .J"' :> ratified mJ>.r*:> o u f part.c c. .'.' u' i6 Te supreme court mav lar'lf method provided by this Rome rul- cr -.r-, years at th* next general elatIon Thereafter ti ar-: -.1! be subm-ted to U!

    ; ji Apr'-' frc-i trit: p.Cot..: of sc.. county In -. r.- .r. .,'J. the ctl :. t.fsj t tr provided however ail senator shall be elect d for elector' i.1 -.;... rxe of Florida for ra"fication
    & Jir .
    ppe&i Co.--
    : ra;.-. ,'l-: .- :. -i;uroen" a L. _n- .-_- tin pre =::.-.. the sale fri ao '. i > .... ,- ,.:- 1. such causes matters an4 procreCings as shall reimburse the comptroller of r o1.. four *4i year terms or rr.r ?n at the next gioec.

    < i- is :or decrees of CO' 'v judge & ajKIOD In any counl ha\n a p. .' '. -(.. .. ,' I S 1 .*r pending in c supreme court on I t tile for the expense incurred if any. ;:. '.:. Section 3 4pjx>r.'ir.ment c' Situ rr I election ta be h .d on the first Tuesda

    I.' rMe..f'rI". a-o to probate nst r, or : ;: c? mtl'. J" ... accordt iti -. and ar" '-.rI o? *< ". tr.e.ratl.ln .! .. !\ date a Arvo: hich are keeping o: -epara:. records 13 tfie. .. .n> rcdstctlteTle house c! pre..Tatives after the first Monday in November. 13SCas
    inre.-s: !
    n" T. 'I nd 'U. -. t.s .. i ..sU'.u.r ) .t: oitct ar.3 su-.h within the Jurisdiction ot 'ne amounts of shall consist of one hundred .hiriy- follows
    i. H,- ..::.. .n.,.* W taken Ia "lho. ct.t 0.r.a sucr count as money which wn>:d I avOfn .
    -eal cf to the cot.1 referendum Ih..or pro--tc for ore i2c.- -z'l.net: iuC": cur 1* .' !tec 'v t the -uprrTit < s -e fl No tase payable to ar.\ such municipality five -135' members and shall te appcriior.fd Section rn and after the firs:

    " i.. .': u-i d:"'rlct' e' a rsa" 'I 1 t-. -s r : ( -kCi u'e. r'.*. and *o n. t rir corny 15 th. "-. "-T- -o.r-. ari-tc; <'NO the .' f Kcnr.g: in tr.i'ection: shall li-ni' by proclamation of the governortased Tuesday after the first Mor.ior la January.

    as'.ft Ii.s.ie.I t I nrtl! : ,d<- > : ci- : J i.1 1-.1 V* ....._r ItiClu.thereof : a. .: .1. ...s _.r. .. ut The or restrict the power of the Legislature tt upon the latest official -rnsus of 1957. the State Attorney cf Uie

    1 l is..5. .r..1 l ..p ";s may, U ..'..r I.; s... ,:. _c .c. 4 SL.rrc.7tC c"wrt shall C,1. u."s.ne.r r.:..jut.... enact gtcerai .555 which sIsli if.a'.f U I the entire state on or Before janiury Z.eventh Judicial Circuit la and for Dad*








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    each .' >.: guest"!' wel"I: Itn,1! :'tIn. L'' Haroiii !,- ... c.. -- -,-- -'.' ., .,
    seedlings veal -
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    t.m [pine I -- --
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    un' ,ein which theopeatf' !MAXVILLE' 1 11.:0! :;. ,!!' i'r i ,I i'ijin't'1, M' I I'- 'I 1 'M.I', ;s 'i \1 : PV ," "". ----l'--',I
    thousand !j f tt.: : .J I miin;, h'" .' M 'n I
    Vi. ,.! have a few -o
    dnf' .', ': .mr. quota. They are free 15y :Mrs. C. B. NoLn1AUAAUUTAUAUUALAl | i':r'. :M'--! .J! ,mi.,,' Seat .t'.d<1 ti-; ',i :\1 ,\ ,' .... 1.. :. ...

    ''I i .and they ask only that j hllI.tn!:! IP', I.tl k.-- 'nve!! M' .I'll' "p. : t:. : :at.! .': ,1 .- :% : T _

    d.i : \. to do a good job setting ]i\I: !rs H \ SUM: of Ma..l."ivj : : .-.>n\ .:i I.' !:".;..' il I .> : ,', v, ,': ,- .-:. :'::, : at : '. I :Mr and :\11 s. Bill Odum, Mi ar.tMis Ma- i V:" I' .' .
    U!, I.uut.. Town To 15e Incorporated! j nl".1:; : :110' !1:1:, .i lr: da : >- g. t-l-: : : 1I. .- : t.t<' -: : : : 'lY
    i !! : Jininiie Wainwright, tits ttr. :Mrs:\ Ii.tn 1-1' OWs !w-t S'rul.i t ::. 'I ,
    V >, .::rite you to stop by our I Several of the M.ix\ille: Merchants HatgioxesMr fit' all athleti'lr"'I} ; : : :: "-t t f
    and Citizens met Sunday I Velma Uzma and Mrs Zelm:* :: T. L. ::\Manning now siut.oned office and ]help
    :mil! let us have your re and :Mrs. J. C. Nolan tionerv supplies
    < !u.,- We should send in all oui : afternoon in the Maxville Civic Wallace of St. Augustine Mr. ant'> fanulv Mr and :Mrs: D. J. an army camp at Ft. Knox. to pay for some ins-tiu t,.>n ::::1-

    ,yu{,!'il.t-< \ t v the end of this month : Club to make plans for incorporating Mrs. Owen Anders and son Billy rish and family, and Mr and :: ,i )'. terials. In addition, it Keeps t.e!
    i Mrs: Hester Hicks and Mr. ant J. D. Brown is spendmg a fur- the school: gioimd
    h.. the most common set- the town. C. B Nolan and family children on
    I lt'\'e
    By C.eo. T !lugging I Mi.s James Waters and family of here with his family. He is the who
    he said and pup.ls
    8 feet, which Kin sley Beach Sunday gives
    t.ni: practice: is S by: :\11' and Mis. L. M Sponholti ,
    County Agent Lawtey. and Uev. and Mrs. Lester at Ft. Jackson, S. C. tend it some l'LIL't..I! 'iusiness -
    would take 6sO; seedlings pet'I'I'II and family of Jal'ksonnlle'islted I Tag al't and family of Middle- and had a picnic supper. i11' j' I help
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    -- -- :\ experience.
    Mrs Ed Sweat
    acre. Figure up your needs an Sunday with Miss Debbie Phillips. and I
    IJc<.li..ii Of Olli'r" '.\,.uld like to see a good number I come to see us. I II Mr. and Mrs Doss lligginbot- i i buig. and Mis Lula Sweat and !i ( i.MKiiia; : lutllll: \lNli: i Candy, pop, ue n \1l! and

    V ," >pe f ,, ..1. .iH'ftmg fm oi) menibeis, present to help make ('uc-r Crop* Look Good : ham and daughters and Mrs. Dorothy !i i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett were of Jacksonville were guests j, A woikmg' at tV! Ml Sinai; : ,'I.I i kern i an .only In bo.ht. ; after

    Fat "i Bur..1I1! mil Cattlemen' I|I the selection.The I Not many: years ago it was i Kilgore and i family attendeda guests Sunday of Mr. and MM, Mr and :Mrs: Dan Parrish '!y .:i. -\h\,1't :: I t..: \\-.d-,' !t..<. '.'ir. '! Pt'1.: I Iv ; .: iM, but

    \.;+I ."..it-mi"S A ill! be held in the': President Floyd! I common sight to see field : birthday party and weiner roast j Oscar Harris and family They evening Ed Sweat has just i lav "p'd' :! ; : :: 1 l l :",:n : ; ':d! .11.:. t' .1.:1:! ; ;
    LulU Den Friday night, Sept Cattlemen's pretty field being burned off. The I in Jacksonville Saturday night for i have recently moved into the PJio turned from active duty in jMr j sns :i'f! ilL.' '' .'.:. !! : I: 1: ..
    is anxious to see a revival after i den home here at Maxville. and Mrs Ed Wilkinson ,!
    -" Ret;,il.u ;supper plans will be ]i Wiggins stalks and grass would,; Miss Eleanor Johnson who wascelebrating :,
    corn .
    .. ,. of interest in their asso old I Mis. Alverta Starling and Mrs Gloria Cannon were \' ,i i
    .1. : : ior this meeting, and thej j and set afire. I sa1i"I'ry \ her 12th birthday.Mr. '
    idii ue especially invited tcj I ciation. This season of the year in rot be piled few up such operations last I and Mrs. Buddy Browning Carolyn Ellis of Jacksonville were Jacksonville Monday. | The goodcandidate food
    should bnngus all together I Mrs Lucille Griffis was ill
    last of11' i ise.eral
    guests Monday an
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    : '11' : t lion attendance. Instead of the burning practice of' Jacksonville attended a birthday .
    >.l lIIf't'tWg1 1 Remember the 2Strat \eai :, :I Mis. Doss days last week.
    J. R encouraging to see for Mr. Browning at : Higginbotham and ,
    iCuitau: President | now it is supper |
    Iv.. : -\s there should be a g00,1t. 7 p in.I a goal crop of indigo or sweet !J JoiotiUiM the F. B. Coleman home Saturday family | Mr and lrs. <_,uy Frigo !
    j j'
    ',,\\ I'ine :smiling/ I..rt field. I 'Itl" children of Jacksonville I
    mU'iest! in the electmr : growing in the night.Mr. i y Stanleyj Sun'i
    .. c"J i it d!' oi Amor and the i' Sunday with :Mrs Fanny
    ." I h L ii'' Bureau offu'rlh : :? : : j'1 I.! frost is not too early I' and Mrs. Play Pellum of i j and Mrs Bob Stanley an- ,

    :f M.K mature these legume cote Jacksonville spent the weekenc) i I nounce the arrival of a son on and family. I Tate it. and SUPT

    I'OpS will t* turned under to I with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman :: August 22 at the St. Francis Hospital "Get Among Acquainted those Meeting"attending of I you'll cast your vote + asG
    next yearF
    eed crop for and family.Mr. i in Miami. The young man
    .111"! :II I f
    i frost there will be ft i ; has been named Lee. MrsStanley :: parent.and teachers at the for "Super Suc"thc're )
    -t I or no and Mrs. E D. lIi ginbot-1 i i Bobby : win School !'
    Gym Friday
    into the soipude of party qualityfor
    turned will be remembered af' cream
    h1 : t n-:f humus I ham and son, and Mr. and Mrs j jJ I were :Mr. and11'5.:: Millard j
    organic matter. the former Margie Waters of enjoyment: L ,
    i! everyday
    nil ; ; 1 fields ot 1. ( Iigginbotham were business land and ('hildren11', ::\ and :: ; LJ
    l nice i
    tZ l uf these | Maxville.
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    vrv i of thf visitors in Jacksonville Saturday. H E. Griffis and niece and :: j + e e
    result
    .t.' ,''I are the platy i,i We regret to learn that Mrs Mr.:: and Mrs. Bill Robinson C B Nolan and sons.Mr. |
    :.",1 1 ( onservation Service I A. 11 Johnson has been ill again :'spent last week with relatives in i
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    farmers in 'II and Mrs. Albert VOTE FOR IT'S GOOD
    ,n,':_ ,,",me seeds with These I Iliitlid.us" ('t.Itrat",1! i 1, Live Oak and Orlando. : z.nd family of Jacksonville ,' I I
    SUPERIOR!
    ,?! l'al'l; ,ts of the county. The home of :\11', and Mrs. Leslie -1 Mr: and Mrs: Jack Waters am" and Mrs. II ITS
    as Sunday with Mr.
    serve
    will
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    WI n--ie plantings what coy I Sweat was the scene of a CO\1'| family visited with Mrs. Dorothy lIar roand daughters. :
    iatums to show 'i Waters and the !
    ,1 -nion;: ered-dish birthday dinner on Sunday family over I Mr and Mrs. Ernie Grjjfis I
    ,.r crops will do. I Sept. 16, in honor of Mr j i weekend. I i family of Macclenny: visited flIfl.tte'I

    While. von are watching rover Sweat. Buddy Browning, JaniiyHiginbotham. Mrs. Bud Waters and family 1 dar \'ithIrs.:: Kyle Cannon j

    raps, take a look at that ses- Mis Lester Tag- and Mis.: .T.uk Waters and famiK' and Irs. Dan Haigroves !j jdaughttr.
    ;4 : sl hma; as you pass by the Wade :art, and Mi*. C. B. Nolan who ]I I:, of .Taek. r.: "kms farm on the State Farm elebratei their bil th.laa)) !i!land lamed Mis Doiotl.v Water* We regret that 111ss! .
    t I road.: Cover crops like that, andth' -.Mthin a week. About 7.:i' guests''''' n HIP .Iudol' in .I.uksonulle! She' IIal'gro'f'gas Liken silk '
    usually
    other good ones are -
    500 to R& pounds of -
    u worth from :\
    t nitrogen: in the soil There is just (; -'

    Auto insurance has changed too! I no end to the good effect of a

    cover crop.
    iji
    I Nitrogen on Gras I

    Getmoneysaving mOJrn If you want to see now whatnitrogen ,. '
    FOOD -
    will do to grass, just

    SafecoThink drive out the Keystone road

    I about two miles. ..'
    the 10th of August. paul
    of the improvements they've made in cars! And now, the About off this coastal::;
    Menzen cut hay
    famous SAFECO Insurance Company of America offers an improved Bermuda field. He then applied

    auto insurance plan as up-to-the-minute as today's cad, about 225 pounds You of ammonium will enjoy .

    .saving real'money by insuring only safe drivers and by using nitrate seeing this per field acre.of grass now. If IDEA

    all the latest advances in policy handling to cut costs; -to )'OU. you go See it. it will interest you
    already
    to know that there has
    Improved protection too-plus coast-to-coast t, day and night been two crops of hay cut this .

    claims service and the experienced help of your own independent year. .
    still\ Killing lUt- 4
    insurance agent See him today about S.1FECOmodem Hats are thieves and that bheir :

    insurance for modern driin". only put pose in staying with

    I: YOU. They don't stop with contami-free easy and gay with sparkling Coca-Cola

    :Wd either. They also
    r
    H. C. \Wall AgencyPhone : nate unknown amounts of feed T

    won't eat later.
    : SAIECO ; that even
    1 difficult -lo kill
    too
    It is not
    Vr' : 146 I Warfarin bait will kill tht'mif
    hyfi ras
    200 E. Call Street you just keep it available to
    We believe we can Wp you
    them. .
    Starke. Fla. rat-killing program ifon '.' ---.....,.
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    will come m to see us --...
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    IT'S UNLAWFUL


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    For Any Person or Persons to Engage in :




    Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless




    The Name Is Registered






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    Read This Florida Law"It 'Y .


    hall l>e unlawful fur any person or persons, as defined herein, to

    engage: in buMne as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined

    without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the w.
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    clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis

    i with registration: shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit Hot Chili Warm-up !

    signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of -

    all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest

    of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. Mexican: delight right off your pantry shelf! Just fill a casserole or 1.e ry

    Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto .

    engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or baking dish with 2 cans of chili con came, one can of kidney beans, '

    their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

    ((1)I) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county and top with tamales from-a-can. Bake for 25 minutes in a moderate

    where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be
    ((375; degree) oven. For real: mouth magic, serve piping hot with -
    accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

    such publication.
    ice-cold Coke. Its real great taste goes gr with food.
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    If you are engaged in business under any name


    and Coke-to at best !
    put you your sparkling
    I other than your own, and have not had this name



    properly advertised and registered, we will be II I I "Cok," u a registered hode-mork. Copr. 1956 The Coca-Cdo Company.I .





    glad to give you all necessary Information as to I I .



    what you should do.BRADFORD i iI I .





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    Several of the ladies of the I Robert Waldrons this week. was born Sept. 1, in Orange Park, Church. These folks are working: ".rrnrr..r.rrr.vr.".".. i.f. the L1.: Xoimans. birthd.l '. After j. : ;
    First Baptist Church met at the I Mr. and Mrs. Ernes Williams returned to their home on Sunday (I very hard to get their building Manof .
    Hilly
    Minis visited the.I.il ful birthday caX; >'
    t. .", e nt Mis. Mary Reddish on I, and son of Lake City v sited the after having spent two weeks with completed enough to hold services '
    Xonr.ans ,
    LAWTEYISy \ ( HIGHLAND I 1' rt\i'n:Iy. served! w ith ire .r -
    Tif.-d.iv A pi o;.:ram on State i Hubert Priests on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault and I there this winter. ..
    i lU'V.: E. C. Harvoy. our so the birthday o: -
    pastorfur
    tendered and a Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith and
    :Mi-.on.. was
    son.Mr. ,I The Clay Hill PTA met Tuesday almost daughter Thei1 1 is:
    :MM. Joyce T. I'uUhLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Hy .Mrs.! Lucy Noncan seven years resigned
    covered dish hint heon was enjoyed ,family of Jacksonville wee Sun- and :Mrs.: T. L. Wainwrightand j
    i i
    last week .
    night of and plans :.Wednesday enjoying this (HI -
    'day dinner guests of :Mr. andMrs. grandson. night trout our
    the noon hour. Clyde Wainwright,
    .ii I were discussed for the Halloween .4 44A44 little: church here. We will miss family were Mi: ,I' V
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    G. W. .
    Sapp. visited11'5.
    and Mrs. Wainwrighfs sister !
    uf11': :
    Mr. Sunday guests i Carnival. The county nurse will him and his Thompson.
    Til.' .I.uno: Waters family. family.
    I Mrs. Maude Rowe. Macclennyi I lAs: Or.a n.1I tll't'
    were Mr. and :Mrs. Johnn in and rluUlien
    and family ; Crawford
    and I Mrs. u. J. Anders and.! Billy. Luther Hilliard j 'I,,1e: present at the next meeting: the Edwin Griffis of South Florida Raiford Manmrt: ::
    Sunday. family. Mr. andMis. and family of Jacksonville spent lOll in Callahan
    Leon Starling
    Mrs Sam Hicks and Mrs. Glenn The I. on Oct. 9. ie !'ntly'isitt'd home folks here ville is if '
    I Sunday with :Mr. and! Mis. ( spending a
    Allan Starling and Mrs. Sunday with :Mr. and Mrs. Guy e'eningUh'.S of Mr. bl'ar'an-
    Shufonl attended the birthday Belle Wainwright and ;Futch and family.i and Mrs. G. W. Roberts were :Mr. !i.I Rev. Davis of Fieketville will zant. Mr and Mis L.uey N.imiar r:]: udhtheL: M.N'mr.
    dinm-i given: : for Mrs. Buford Louie and Mrs. George Roberts preach for us this Saturday and ar..i t >.>:i visi'e: ;!;e\1: t L Ta!: '!n.a.:; p,iir'r! torget Sis-! .
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    daughters all of Jacksonville. I i I :: and :Mrs. Lester Sponholtz'and and son :\Ir Ruth Man :and Haze: Ci.f-; .
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    Sweat
    and Lert'ie in : r' ,", '' ,
    Hitgmbotham i of Gainesville. Pearl Whitnel his daughters will sing. p.ePat- 1\: : 11'" .rulav' S. hen! !t' I r.
    fis left Satm-Lit :til> (niaili'To! :
    Shuford. family an Mrs Susie Xorman : : : '
    Glenn
    Mrs. .
    :.ldX\ tll! on Sunday. Mr. and will be with :' : '::1 T .
    of Deland. and Mr. and1'5. terson us again on ;: : : i 11 l i !In.i': : i 7ALVAREZ'
    Hicks, and the O. J.i i icf i Jacksonville, were visiting the X. C. to visit Mis: Jain-l : MmY.iiinjr.stun. : !
    The Troy Bennett family had Mrr Sam Vernon Silcox and Sat.. Sept. 27 for the evening
    Thursday C. Moselys during the weekend. son of Starke. a da'iiihtot'; : .,,.: M--I .
    Jr. and Mrs. Anders family were I,| 1 The Ernest service. Homer Smith of North
    as weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I I I I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley, Raulersons visited Mair.Mr.. ClothingEstablished
    Bennett and son of Daytona 'evening guests I their son and brother. : Carolina will preach Sunday III I'n's. ;
    Bobby Markalee STORE 11111 J
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    '', C. G. I Hodges in Jacksonville. j:\fr and Mrs. Willie Griff, and and :Mi.= KinX.! : : .J. i it: ,: I 1S91
    and! Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson in Branford last week. morning Sept. 30. E'eningsen'- I II
    Mr. and Mrs. Les Prevatt and
    of'i .l.ti ksonvillt.MIO -M-fki-:..; I
    and son of Jacksonville. \' Mr. and Irs.Iar'in: Tucker dinner'Quests children of the State Farm spent |I :Mrs.: Carrie Gasque and L. C. ices start at 7:30: now instead of II''

    Mrs.rthur Pearce gave a partyfor Jacksonville were Sunday Sunday in Jacksonville.Mr. .. had as Sunday guests Mr. and j. -
    'the Junior Girls which she I'I of the Dave Tanners. I Mra Leon Fletcher of Broxton.Ga. Barney Thomas will be ordained\
    :: and :Mrs. Paul Dinkins of
    Ed Carter's son- .
    Mrs.
    ,
    Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
    teaches at the First BaptistChurch a deacon of Clay Hill Chuuh or 1
    and daughter.11':: and St. Augustine were weekend
    last Friday night. I|ir.-law Arnold Valenti of Jacksonville I guests of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: P. L. 1 Gasque Mr. of Jacksonville. Sept. 20 at 3 p.m. OPERATION!
    Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett Mrs. Dinkins. and Mrs. Ants Nowlin. and Homecoming services will lw
    : visited them last weekend. I \\'. J. Wise of Opp. Ala. spent observed at Maxville Baptist
    and family of Daytona were week- !1 :Mr.: and Mrs. Jack New and
    'i Mr and :Mrs Shorty Waldron j, the weekend \\ ,Ith Mr. and :Mrs.: Church on Oct. 7. and at Long /
    end ;guests: of Mi' Hattie \Dade}' of Jacksonville visited the ( G4
    family Wise. :\
    11'rl"p
    of Jacksonville are visiting theThat's Ralph remainedfor Branch on Oct. 14. Everyone is c c, : :: li il Iii
    !
    'id M. Sinnie: Presetitt
    I n. R. Stones on Sunday.
    a longer visit \\ lth his son
    invited to both of these events.
    I Mrs. Emma Glover of Miami is and famih
    I \Ve" will also have the regular '
    'visiting the Ed :Mannings: this '
    Business
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    Our Hill Church Oct. FOR BETTER FARMING. :
    I !!Iweek. ', rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrl sing at Clay on .

    a If It's Class We Have Ili! J. O. Raulerson of Jacksonville 14. ... #

    CALL WRITE or VISIT j spent Sunday evening with the CLAY HILLy Last Thursday Jim Stricklandwas Yes, the biu, ditlcTvr.oe t.,"4" f

    Rafuses.Jim out at the car talking to in today rural! ,erne is ,

    \ I Joe Peters Glass CO. Hamilton of Jacksonville Mr Padgett and fell down on the that eVer.Reddy electric

    \'Islted11': and :Mrs. Willie Griffis Mrs. J. !? :Strickland4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA round unconscious. all nish- ( switch. County agentscan

    ''lining the weekend. ed to him and got him in the |
    FOR ANY CLASS NEED *. give up-to-date adviceon
    house where he remained uncon-
    I Patncia. Judy and Gary Parrish
    We Design Modern Store Fronts spent the weekend in :Maxville Mr. and Mrs .1. L. Padgett\ :rind'\ M'loiis fin more: t then! an hour He latest labor saving _

    Just Mail Us A Pattern for Aith their grandmother.. and two grandsons of :Manetta calledon i> s'll I! MI':; til. ;IMP-, !11 i-: methods. There arc so !

    I' Table Tops Mrs Fred Lang. The Junior Wil- friends around Clay Hill Thiu many new ways you can 'I

    1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 kinsim.-i:, of [ax'i1le'isited the day of last week Mi. Padgett hail gain more efficiency, more t '-,

    1'IIII"he" Sunday afternon. been trimming tree top and) doing profit and ease yesteryear's lf'i I' I: '

    Mi anti Mrs. Brad Norton car- :, too much st tenuous \\otk- back-breakm (
    c. ,, :,' .. .. ,:.:. __ r. ;: i1
    : _ : : _, . i .-.1| Jimmy Eunice to Cochran, for a young man of 77 ve.tis- chores, electrical!} t ,
    and had injured his bn; k unit I: he
    ( :.i. on !Sunday, where he will / ..
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    ti'ti'i! 1 nlleee thus fall. J couldn't walk too well \
    WE APOLOGIZE I I
    M"r ". Eva Griffis and! LeRoy Our daughter. JoAnn r. ore I :t i" i i

    Smith were married on Sunday. two children leturneil hon.r, ;1". This modern ekvtnc r t- I

    Sept: 9. in Folkston. Ga.r.. and Tampa Saturday morning of> !I.-' x.r dung bin can handle L --
    to the man iisapitoiuU'd' \ customer.- t N
    Mis. TV.mmy Griffis accompaniedthem week. They all rnjove.l l tiu-.i! \ .- x I 1,000 or more bushels ot' :
    a :' I
    l'nienct'tl when :
    who were incol1\ a delayed r
    to Folkston. with relatives here at C'i.iv Hill 1 Arc \\ct crops per day. i
    ESTKUI5UOOK
    caused stock of
    shipment' our Mr. :Mrs. Charles lid
    The Roy Griffis family spent and Lang;: a
    FOUNTAIN PENS to run low at that very, Saturday in Jacksonville withi little .son. David Jininue Lan::;: o .

    important time of year the opening ofa i Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson.Mr. of Clay Hill and Hubert Padgettof I ; a I 0I

    new school term. and Mrs. Tip Dixon of Highland spent the weekend in ,, I i rsi'

    !jHaleyville.: Ala. are \'isiting11':: Tampa with relatives. II' I'
    presto.litehilevel ; 'i i
    we are happy to announce that this | and :Mrs. \\'. R. Dixon. i i :Mrs. Ernie Padgett of Clay Hill i

    shipment has just been received and we are Word was received this week attended! the funeral of John S ;

    now ready to supply your ESTEI BROOK I of the death of Mrs Henry Hill. ... Calhoun of Jacksonville Fridayof ; fOR BETTER FARM LIVING.
    it
    }pen needs in all colors, sizes, anti point I \r. Hill died three weeks ago. last week and spent the night .

    .. styles. ; The Hills ,were neighbors of :Mrs. with her sister, Mrs. Katie Bow ;, !
    Georgia Ann Sapp before moving ens returning home Saturday.Rev. i I' All through your home, too, Sunshine Service

    yes, we now have plenty of the famous I to Jacksonville.Mr. : and Mrs. Lane and daughter. Proved by rugged2millioomile t I f switches typify the"matchless"convenience of

    -. shorthand pens and points that are so popular and Mrs. T. W. Tatum and Clara, and Barney Thomas I! !i i modern electric living...in the kitchen, in the

    with commercial students at Bradford daughter. Sharon carried Miss spent the day Sunday with test to be the J II i I j laundry...less work, more leisure, for happier .

    High Shcool and we also have a new Elizabeth Tatum to Gainesville ] Mrs. Genie Fair<'loth. In the af FINEST BATTERY Florida living! -

    point (No. 1461)) especially designed by I where she will continue her'' ternoon-while all were enjoying:i T ;'
    tered! the Univeisity. Florida MONEY CAN BUY! .... i :J
    ESTER BROOK for making carbon copies. f a quiet rest a car drove up with SAYS: ruREDDY

    Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wainwright See Your Nearest When kitchen; ;is "oil-electric" cU'
    your
    for ball points ESTERP.ROOK now i Mr. and Mrs. BobhyIonis': -
    as Mr. and :Mis. Ben Harris and Rev PREST-O-IITE Dealer } ... I
    Battery an even bigger bargain! Wi'dtllld
    spent the weekend in Seville with you get ; .
    has one on the market after years of research and Mrs. Patterson of Jacksonville j ... .

    and testing before they were willingto Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Byrd. and Beach Boulevard and visited! | Dislribled by ......._. -' t.' :rtt "r ''
    Mrs. Alouiftt Morris. Bobby entered \ -.. .j' ...... -
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    put the name of KSTERP.UOOK; on a !ball awhile with Gertie and the visit- --'O'r'i'v' __ '. I',
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    the Unisersity of Floridaon ;
    Just trial will convince it ors. .... ..- ...
    pen one you was Monday. Farm Home __.-- ; '- _- I '

    worth waiting for comes in fine line I :Mrs.: :Mae Wells attended the Easter Manna[ and )little daughter j I'' I ----r--- I I I II II
    me'dium.( much visited the Yougan Padgetts I 1--1 \
    and and holds five times as Postmasters Convention in Hawthorne I '

    ink as most ball points. All for the modest last Sunday. Sunday afternoon. | & Auto SupplyWholesale !
    price of $2.50 plus tax. 1 The C. B. Hiatts spent the'' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Padgett! | ----.J J

    weekend at Crystal River. of Maxville announce the bit th of j I II II

    Although ESTElU .ROOK has !been Mrs Sallie Green of Macclenmis a son on August 23 in the Orange I I
    I
    forced to make a slight increase:: on its i is the guest of the D. B. Thomas Park Medical Center, weight at :|
    PHOXE :21!(Ii!
    regular pens ( now SI5);;) they are still the family this week. birth nine pounds, name Derryl Iilarlen. i -;

    In'st'aILlI.' by fur on the market. Ask the Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Crews Congratulations! !MaliIM.. IK at IKtli and :t oy 'II
    and family of Indian River City Some of the members of the | man who owns:; one. ..
    spent the weekend with Mrs: Clay Hill church had a working j Fla.
    Commodore' Crews and daughters. |' last Saturday and cleaned around ;_t'' FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

    Bradford County TelegraphCOLD.WATER Tl.t-v all went to Tallahassee and the church building. We plan n I' ,
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    .. spent t t the day with Mr. Crews chicken supper at this church before -

    !.t'! :Sunday. long. '
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    ':': ,_ : J' _', ...,- _'.; :,"'.;_ :" -' .--: '..-::.:C :M.-.S .I;', kie Harley of Jar'ksonle We are all invited to a chicken I -..
    'J -. .!Il,1.) Miss Beverly Newman supper this Friday nit;lit at the ,

    or < ;ri: iM'ii Cove \\'1'1'1''eekt'nd Jacksonville! Beat' h.Boulevani i

    _,'.1"...: of the II. C. Harleys.Mi I

    and :Mrs. H. H. Hamilton t- I!

    WASH ,It. attending t to business in 4v '

    iliimsville; on Saturday ,, Lt

    The Louin Redding ;and. the

    Fail: Moseleys attended a Ltnuly'uun.tn

    AND RINSEnow in Sanford !last :Siimiuy.M : -
    ; : ,Intirs.. D. J. Ballentim-

    1 .I i.. ksunville! spent Sund.u with .

    M ,,-,01! Mrs. D. G. Wilkeison l\lo/Y clriclieus .
    h cross the road
    "d !tin.ply.1l I .

    ,1''oj l SL<;. Markalee Padgett! \ -
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    :: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. '. \. .
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    ,is.'i:. !f and: | son, and the L. G. "

    1 -. t tniily of Heilbronn spent 'f \Ii! 1

    "* r. Aith,: the Theodore? Crews \:1: ,,, 7 :


    .- ihed; business -' .
    Pauleys were
    j4 ,::: \.
    :::1 Gainesville! on Satur- CHARLEY '
    M d y g E. JOHNS & SON ..,.
    about this question .. '
    '.1'! "l.1 :Mrs. James Phillips \..,: '. .

    1 '! : .liter: : of Mai-on. Ga.: wore ,, -. .,' ,
    Voun people are aha! \ s
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    ;.i I guests of the O. .I..I.n
    fru!>trated when they lack the
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    family. in fran! *,f '
    Cltcmkls
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    M'Joyce Futch. with Mr. money for a college education, : i tlnm any olhcr (.,,;; !

    yours automatically :r".I..! Mf- Benton Futrh. and son. lo .no into business or as a ..
    < S'tke.: ; carried Miss Mary .
    tow ment on a honiie
    npu\
    Julia Futch to Tallahassee on .

    Stunlay; where she will enter Would an l lv\ear endowment
    MAYTAGAUTOMATIC
    Floiid.i State University for her policy on our baby be wi i'ol'!

    Jmi.or While ,
    year. away they
    to prmide thi! ('rucialotart
    \ ISt.'t: :Mr and Mrs. J. I' Wynckii. .

    Tallahassee the A. Z. Futch in life

    rl "l r family in Quini-y. and an urn I l'.

    Walter Terry near Chattahoo.

    Billie May who han been :attending Charley E. Johns 'mw' .. "" 'vN.+V:,

    : school i in: New Snivrn: i

    entered! the Pth "tale! here ir.Monday.

    & Son
    e. a All modern fabrics lore cold water :Mr ami Mis Eusene!: St.ul.rcspent : Agency

    k some can't be washed safely Sat urdn-a: LMytona Bea. hMr
    0--- without it. saxes ironing too! Ctrl
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    : and Mis. r.ffis an.l
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    'i'. '. That's because those wonderful Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
    the.r new baby Cail! Ed.. .r. who
    new man-made fabrics are heat- fish

    \ sensitue. lJuthy wash them by

    1 hand when you can do them auto- Well, sure. There are more Che ies the ..
    on ,. .
    CLASSES roa
    : Tnanral/v./ and safety, in the newt MUSIC w1'I; peopi: b., un ; ,?. ... : ear. And this year, Chevrolet's

    MAYTAG AU-Fdbnc Automatic: by the most
    pressing the "COLD" water button. popular car again-by a margin of more than 100,000; so far. Must be the best one to buy for
    !
    PIANO (;H'lTAR ACCORDION TRUMPET .. sure
    (Choice of hot or warm too, for '
    regular fabrics.) SAXOPHONE CLARINET TROMBONE

    DRUMS MARIMBA fyrf' Tin million more people own Chevrolet

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    display this
    \552.0 Week 119 So. Thompson St. Starke famous trademark jglT lj


    REGISTRATION

    Bradford County's Exclusive Maytag Dealei r'I i,

    THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th and OCT. 4th

    1 GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES From 3:00: to ;5:30: P M RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO.


    .-l. Phone 10 Starke, Fla. I For Farther Information or ConsultationSee

    r. GENE; PORTER 119 S. Thompson St.

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    UTIVT CHURCH: 'TT99.999.T9T.T999.TTT9T'I >:.11 ;ke nd Tom Ak.'; a,1 i T.tmadge
    (j Sunday School 10 a. m Morn- I
    NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Polk of Trento-i x .,.' i I
    .Sunday School 9:43: am. Morning ] ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday
    3 R 0 the Edl S. Polks, I
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    Worship services 11 a in. j Evening Service 7.43: ; p. m. YPE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Mr. and Mrs.
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    Training Union 6:45: pm. Evening Service Wednesday. 7:43 p. m Ozora J. Shell
    I service 8 p.m. Come and | Prayer Meeting Friday, 7-43: p. mI HyIrs: t;. n. Castles! fimily recently enjo\oi I b r '-
    anj Piena kina I-, .
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    I Sunday: School 10 a. m Morning 'p..rt Highlight., **
    lationship All officers aie askedto
    LAKE I' Worship 11 a. m. YPE Service The Starke Trojans defeatedthe Season Of Prajt'r I I Mr. and Mrs Aubev: II I.-.-..
    Presbyterian Church At The TabernacleWeekend be present! at the next meeting
    :MISSIONARY>TlST Saturday, .:30 p. m. tiE basketball team 44-65 in as.. installation service will be held The WMS: and the Girls Auxiliary -; and family visited Mi and MM

    a pre-season benefit last of the Brooker Baptist i Lee Green in Gainov ille :S:: :md 11.
    Friday Adult Choii pidiin- servIces at the Tabernacle Sunday School 9lo: am. Morn- game Miss Frances Jenkins. reporter. Mrs. Eva
    Church Crawl
    ,
    IIEILBRONNBAPTIST Friday I observed the Season of | of Ung. ,
    8 p m.Sunday. were conducted: by the jig Worship 11 a.m. EverJng night. High point man for I Hampton Training School I
    I for spending few
    CHURCH Prayer State Missions a week herwitu
    the on :
    S(hool. 945am: Morning Sponsor who brought a message Sen-ice 7:30: p.m Prayer Meeting city team was "Moot" Chandler -| Principal Mellonea Taylor has Sept. 11 and 12. Mrs. Ernest Lester -! her son-in-law and daughtv. M: I

    Worship. "What Is Ahead?" based on Old Testament prohe- each Wednesday 7:30 pm. Every Sunday School 10 am. Preaching Boy Scout Troop 71 reports avery I enrolled 40 pupils to date in was in charge of the !I and Mrs. Malcolm Lewii, I

    Ha. m Youth Fellowship, 6 pto sies related to current events. one w elcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott 11 am. Training Union 6:30 suciessful Softball season Ii I grades 1-2-3 at Hampton. PTA program I
    with more victories than defeats i for the Society. :Mrs.:\ HowardXOI Mr and Mrs A. I :ManM
    .
    Evening Worship, hIs This Those interested in prophecy are pastor. p.nu Preaohing 7:30 p.m. f rayer Piesident Jones is helping the '
    ton met with the Junior Girls family attended
    Your Sin?" 7:30 p. m. invited to attend services at the Meeting Wednesday 7:30: pm. The team was coached ty Scout- ohuuh srnue-,
    school "bus in
    by holding duty"
    master Booker T. Marshall and I i in the afternoon at the Church i at the Fairbanks Baptist Chu-n
    Women Tut"Sttay-Joint of the Church meeting and Men of Tabernacle Bring your Bibles. St. Edward's Church Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. Eli Graham. The P. E. department the mOl mngs and afternoons each and ft'S1.. O farrell met with Sunday.
    I
    01 the Church with fellowship EVERGREENBAPTIST of RJE is planning a series of I! day.. Principal Tayior wishes to the Intermediate Girls Tuesdayand Mr. and Mrs. Budd U.tvi '

    supper pieceding, 7 p. m. Chil- Methodist' ChurchSermon Sunday Mass at 9.15 a m. 1 I C1WR'H volley ball tournaments on the | thank all the patrons of Hampton : Wednesday night. Jacksonville spent the \ .'ekeri'with

    dren invited. Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and intra-mural basis for the next I and Keystone;: Heights for. 15rid.il Mum or Mr. and Mrs. Boo Tt'l.IS!: : ,

    Wednesday Prayer Meeting. topic 11 a. m": basedon "Get- 8:30 a. m.Children's. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- few weeks. I the fine cooperatifin they have I II I Mrs Naomi Stokes Scott of I IGainesville j Donald Thomas c>t' Lakel.i:,.i

    7 :.JO p. in.Thursday. ting Somewhere in Life, Catechism Class each ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : Stout Banquet I given her in the past and is asking was the honoree at alovely I,, spent the weekend with his Lit:
    the 6th Chapter of John. Evening Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. Preaching 7P: m. Prayer that same type of loyalty and ComI j i
    Junior Choir practice m. p. According to Scoutmaster Marshall bridal shower at the er. Troy Thomas.
    service at 8 p. m. All other Keystone! Heights Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m.OODLAN j;I will receive I cooperation this tenn The en-1 I I! Center Friday night
    3:30: p. m the Scout Tioop mumtv ; Mr. and Mrs Eer.m Tb! '.J': >-
    I
    services at usual timesCHURCH (At St. William's Chapel) ; tire student bodegrettl'd the |
    Ii charter Friday. Oct. 5. Several games were played andenjoyed and
    its en children
    new
    Were I the '
    i I (Follow Hiway 21 south to St \\ MISSIONARY I passing of Walter: Donley of Keystone ;: i suppe'guest
    who attended
    American by the 35 guest { ,
    LUTHERANSLutheran OK CHRIST William's Sign.) I| I at a formal banquet of Mr. and Mt.- ChI i I" *.' : -
    I BAPTIST CHl'RCII Heights who was 107
    years Mrs Scott received
    and Auxiliaryare many
    311 I
    !Minister Mass Legion Post 1 I : bett in Gainesville Satimiu
    > C. L. Overturf Jr. Sunday S a. m.
    old. He
    was featured in the Brad- ,
    I I II Holy day masses 7 ::30 a. m. I 10 am Sunday School 11 a.m. ; cooperating in the plans and lovely gifts.! Sandwiches and i i Mr and Mrs. Ray \\ .N.p
    Services BIble Study 10 a. m. i iI for the banquet. The i ford County Telegraph last year. punch were served by the hostesses. -
    Sunday i
    6:43 preparations Jacksonville!
    Confessions before all Masses. preaching. 6:15: BTU : prayer spent the \\t'I'k"I'jwith i
    Being PlannedAll (I Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening I I service, o'clock song services.. guest speaker will be a national ( him'11 Xeus Mr. G. E. Green and Mrs j! Mrs. Groover Thomas"

    > Worship 7:30 p. m.I Scout executive from Jacksonville New Bethel Baptist Church L. L. Dyal. Mrs GUY Harrell. Mrs '

    Interested Lutherans I! Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 i St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. i CHRISTIAN; CIHKCH 'j Each Scout is asked to invite his i iI j Kev. A. Vinson pastor. held I Howard Mott. Mrs A. Z. Padgett. :i Mrs C. L. Atkinson an.i :MiJoyce -
    It Castlen .
    i -"n TI".V'were
    CALL 21-W :jp.( .m. I Raymond E. Mac laln ( patents and one other guest. Thei i ii I lar services all day Sunday regu-I and Mrs Russell Gieen i jMr :'han,1 and ,
    I Radio hOld Paths"each I Rev. J. t;. Sherwood, Pastor held RJE tafe- '[ with Sunday of visiting Mr.I I
    Mrs. Chester Wood program. i i banquet will be at ginning :: and :Mrs L. C Kelley
    I, A. Mott. and Mr and Mis H II
    456 W. :Madison Street | Sunday 9 a. m. Station j Services at St. Marks Episcopal: Bible School, 9:43: : a. m. Morning -,.I I tor.itm under the direction of 10 a. m. with Deacon Saul Hank- i Waldo and Betty Waldron and Henderson
    Church will be as follows: 11 Youth I in Gainesville It\j-
    [: WDVH. ,II I Worship. a. m. i: :Mis Alma Jenkins, manager. erson in charge. Morning and i iI W D Cannon of the U of F in ,
    II j I Sunday: 9:45: am. Church, Church, 6:30: m All young day.
    I p. i( Moie than :200:! persons ate expectel -| evening services were conducted Gainesville were visiting -Mr.- ana, I
    I School and Adult Class 11 a.m. I .
    ; invited. Mrs Charles \Vhitnev : llI I Idaughter
    I people i:
    !I to attend this affair. by the assistant pastor ReI \-. Mrs L. L. Dyal Sunday.I .
    "Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 I 1 -
    I Mill-Winter ('ullkrt'n('.' I Clyde Hankerson. The 16th Anni- I and :Mrs: C. B. Stallings I and daughter-lIl-hl\
    p.m. Y. P. S. L. HVMPTOV I
    I Gainesville Mi I
    were visiting I ar:
    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE r Wednesday: 7:3o p.m. Litany CHRISTIAN CIHKC1I The American Legion Auxiliary -, \ersarv was a success and the visited Rev. and Mrs E E Ernest 1 Mrs. Howard Wait Sunday!

    'and Meditation; 8 p.m Choir of Post 314 will hold its midWinter I pastor was presented a beautiful -I in Gainesville Monday.
    I I :Mrs:\ Eva Henderson m (;.Iie: >
    10 Morning and contest onlInhy. new suit in honor of his 16i
    Practice. Bible School, a. m. conference Wilbur Addison .
    FLA. I I I Mr and Mrs yule was visiting :Mi> c I. \tI
    Holy: Communion: 1st Sunday, Worship, 11 a. m Evening Serv-I I Sept 30. in Ocala The i years of untiring sen-ice The of Gainesville. :Mr and :Mrs. Ken- I I kinson Tuesday

    11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. m. I ice. 7:45: p. m. Christian Endeavor -!i meeting will start at 10 a. m. and mother of the church. Sister sophia I neth Wheeler and son of Lake i Mrs H. E. Stokes and( VM

    REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor awaits eyeryone. Friday, 7:30: ,i p. m. j I last all day. The contest between j I I Royal left last Friday for City. and Mrs. Ruth Parker and G. \\'. Davis were in Lake ButVr:
    I I i| seigeants-at-arms of the six Noifolk, Va and other in I
    points Fairbanks
    the of
    Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I I I daughter and grandson :Monday
    ;, JIIGU'U.U'EI.. I CIH'RCH OF JEsUS: CHRIST \limits will be conducted during the east. She was accompanied by Sunday dinner guests
    Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 were I Mr. and Mrs Paull'n'-ot"11! t tt.u'! H
    \ HAY SAINTSSenices contestant is her I
    I Sunday school 10 a. m; Church I LITTER 'the afteinoon. Our ,I young granddaughter. Deborah J of Rev. and Mrs Ressie Carclton I family of Bartow spent the wee,,>
    I' each Sunday in old i :Mrs Alma Jenkins We wish to Ann Marshall Joan Jenk- I J K Douglaswere
    ---- services, 11 a. m; Evangelistic I Mr. and Mrs. end with Mrs. Doshie Presm't t
    Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. services, 7:30 p. m; Thursday I Masonic HaIl on E. Call St. Sunday I thank all persons who attendedthe | ins. repoi terI I I{ Sunday dinner guests of :Mr 1 Mrs. Howard Douglas v lI i ij iniaidofhorrnr i-

    Sunday School 9:43: A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M.: young people meeting, 7:30: pin I School 1" a. m. Sacrament basketball game last Friday I Bethlehem Freewill Baptist I and Mis A. S. Beiling and familyin j I at the weddmtr ..>'

    Service 6-:30: p. m. Everyone w-el- nisht in the interest of this contest | Churrh. Rev. I. McKay pastor, Lake Butler. I IhE'r brother. Thorn i<= lo-ppi-

    Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. I I come. We do hope the Staike unit I will have Sunday school at 10 a I :Mr.: and Mrs. R A. Green andI, Strickland. Tommy and Barbara

    : BETHEL will hl'inghoml' the bacon. Mrs I m. with Supt. S W. Xewman in |! dawghter and Harold Green of I Hayes were united in marriage
    Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Mrs I I
    i FRIGIDAIRETilE I \PTIST CHURCH I I 1 Pauline Marshall president: charge. Young Peoples Christian Jacksonville wt.'re'isiting Mr anr" I Saturday night at the North OP

    11 a.m Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching (Corei McNeil, reporter IllRev. I League atI : 15. Sister Rebecca Mrs. Resell Green and family tral Baptist Churth in Game-
    i District Superintendent Allen in charge. The Faithful Few Friday.Mr. I
    BEST-KNOWN I services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. of theJacksonville nIle.Mrs.
    .
    I Dell
    supt.
    Damon I Club met Monday night at the and Mrs C. J. Testone and Myrtle Scarbrough ant!
    NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION Song service 7:30 m.- Rev. j
    j p. District of the Methodist -
    I I home of Deacon S.V.. Newman children and Melba Testone of j girls and Kenneth Scarbrough and
    R. L. Lee, pastor.PINE 1 Chun-h. has been confined I .I
    I on Pine Street. The Billie
    "I Can Club" Warren of \\'orthmgtorywere
    RAIGESWATER I j I to his home for the past few days will meet at the home of Sister I' but please don't stop sending in I visiting Mr. and Mrs Ned

    First Baptist Church Hampton HEATERSAIR I qyVVVYVVVVVVVYVVVYVVI 1 due to illness At last report he Gladys Blye on Saturday night news. Vacation time and the reopening Hicks Monday.Mr. .

    CONDITIONERS I II was much improved. His wife The consecration prayer meetingwas of school have redum :: and :Mrs.: A. G Moody and
    i l LEVELby P.pl'tha. is still convalescing Members our space for the piesent. I
    INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THESE SERVICES WASHERS & DRYERS a success and two souls children of Penney Farms and

    ; and friends are asked to remember were sa\ed We are happy to report Annual Women's Day will beheld i Mr and Mrs. Arthur Moody Jr

    Sunday School 10 A. M. Don Hill.! Supt. Get The Best For Less I :\11'11. II. :M. :MiKnc ,, all shut-ins which include that 600 blocks have been I at Allen Chapel A ME. and daughter of Green ('0\'.>

    Sister Emma Crum at the Bradford placed the Church on Sept. 23 with Mrs B I Springs
    on rhunh visiting Joyce Castle"
    grounds for
    S
    Training Union 7 P. :M. Louie Prevail Dir. AtSmith's &AAAAL8AAAALAAAALAAAAAILRev. I
    and others
    County Hospital the construction of our new J. Lennon as general chairman I and Mrs C. L. Atkinson Sundav

    Morning Service 11 A. :M. I' R. J. Terry brought the Tlmrston School Nons I church.- Gladys Blye, reporter Sunday School at 9:30: with Louise :Mrs. Yvonne Testone and chil-

    GarageFRIGIDAIRE ,i message at Pine Level Baptist According Principal Price. I i Mt Pisgah A M.E. Church held Broxton as superintendent. At 11 dren of Starke, Mrs Marvin
    I II Ie't"ning
    Evening Service S P. M. Church last Sunday morning and the pupils and teachers have gotten I. a sucessful Homecoming Day last a. m the young people of the Stokes of Edgar and Mrs Thei

    I due to the illness of the off to a wonderful start. The 1 Sunday. Pastor E. L. church will! have charge, featuring ma Polk were visiting :Mrs Frank
    Walker
    asks
    "Hour of Power"-Wed.-S P.:M.
    :: pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall. first meeting of the PTA was heM ;i all members to do their full dut the children's choir of Mt Polk and Mrs Leander Parrish in
    Sales and Service
    "('O lt' To Our Church To Worship; |I Mrs. Nora Smith of Atlanta at the school Monday night at' :between now and confeience. Pisgah. under the direction of Trenton last :Monday:

    We Sen Ice All Slakes ot ''Ga. was on her way to visit her 7:30 with President F.. J,. Walker I Praise was given the i-o-thairmen Rub Lee Hall and Mary Helen Mr. aDd i Mrs. Mai v in StokeEdgar >'

    Go; From Our Church To Work.I.H'IX' ." q Electrical: Appliances brother-in-law and sister. Rev. presiding The new teacher Mrs j I Sisters Wilson and Clark, for the, White. At 2:30 p. m Rev. Ruby were visiting the Edri Ilk

    I and Mrs. Hall, and stopped by at Dorothy Jiikson. was presented I fine program last Robinson of :: Zion A M.E. and Mrs. Rosa Drawly aol! :Mm.
    606 X. Temple Ave. Sunday featur-
    :\ E. FAILE;, Pastor I' St. Simon's Island, Ga. to visit i, to the group and was well re- |i ing guest speakeis. Rev. Tyler o< Church. Law \Ut ill conduit the I ly last week.

    PhONE 130 her daughter. Mrs. H. F. And, I j ceived. The trustees were highly ,:Green Cove and Supervisor_ ._ _5h..11 i I services. nied by. her I
    -._ -. r I rews. While there she was caiieci praised by the principal for the ,i of Staike. Annual Conference nu choir and congregation Evening ---
    will
    I'' back to Atlanta because of the : fine work they did in renovatin'the I start Wednesday after the second services will include A. C. E. Lea"O"U, LOVE the new Ester

    -- :. death of her son-in-law, James I). i iArcv i school during the summer I Sunday in October in Lave Oak gue at 6:15. with President Irene brook purse-size fountain pen* il
    She was accompanied t.' 1MB ITA :Notes Thomas in charge Bulah
    I j I I\n appreciation program being ; Lt"nIla..t..1 shadevOnly $ ."J8 at Bradford -
    Staike: by her sister. Mrs. Varft j i President Marion DeTl is asking ;,i; planned by the church is am-- I i non reporter I County Telegraph.

    I Mitchell of Rome, Ga. Mrs Smith all parents to come to the i[ II I
    j community. Rev. Demps and othe- II
    I still visit next meeting with or without I II
    is 82 years old and can !: ministers and members will I

    GospelMeetingEVERY I relatives We are and glad friends to welcome here. the I automatically dues She stated members that you of are the "i the fust on Sunday Monday in night October; aftei participate : NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300


    Lyle family to this communityThey : PTA if your children attend RJE. Mary Lee White, reporter. i PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL
    She
    is begging you not to stay
    moved here two weeks ago I First Born Church, Mrs. W
    from Brooker. away from the meeting because Strong reporter, has MARION
    not I FINANCE
    I you don't have 50c to sent ir CO. Inc.
    :Mr aDd Mis. W. E. Leis of pay for news lately. We ,
    NIGHT AT 7:15 Plant relative I dues. At the next meeting abc to regret that dut-
    : City are visiting limited
    in this community j plans to have a question or sug. print the memoriam space we could not. 218 W. University Ave. Phone FR6-5333

    gestion box in I to your Gainesville Fla.
    which
    Reed Lewis was here on a short j I parents can mother who died 15 years j jMH0 ,
    put ago
    questions !

    FBI. SEPT 21 THROUGH THUR. SEPT. 27 and relatives leave:Mrs to He visit E. C.has his Lewis returned patents, and to other Mr hi= I that I'r-child-khool PTA may and help better improve and parent-tearh-suggestions attendanceat I (


    station in Norfolk Va. i and community. -I IIA II MBc* M tliu

    The H. :M McRaes spent last j Soil Supervisors I miles are Worth
    week in Jacksonville with their I

    WINFRED CLAIBORNPRESIDENT I son-in-law and daughter. :Mr and ;>' Vote To Tighten !
    i Mrs A. F Hall.

    i I Mr and Mrs H. H Lewitvisited Rules On Renting
    i
    I then son-.n-law and daught : Distnct 10,000 Words !

    --- GEORGIA CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE ,, t in Brooker last weekTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT f-"d! County supervisors Soil Consen-ation Of the Brad-

    I f-Yrvue voted to
    tighten
    ,,: ff t the district's farming up on use Test Drive Phillips 66 FLUE-FUEL and discover why we say:
    .. equipment. -

    STATE FARM!I thit .t the after rotary receiving mower a had report been ns PERFRAfAN THATCOUN/SI

    diniaged by a person renting it
    By Janet Turner recently.

    Hump I35.IMi About $jO worth of damage

    ........................ ,, !was fupen-isors done to were the told.equipment, the

    ui'i' MI.N i i (J K Ciews/ hud: The group recommended that in

    .1,; their weekend! g-iiest. Mi andMi's i i!I! the future anyone renting the I

    : ; <;u\ Norman of Miami and ; equipment must sign a statementan

    I :Mi .m.) Mrs John Crews ofMuntu I:I pasture or crop land, and to I;,

    'ello. piv: for any damage resnltin
    I %
    Mr and Mrs Frank Sohaif fOr i!' from carelessness or negligence 'I

    r-L I Camilla.: Ga were weekend guests ; in which he agrees to use it only !

    101: Mr and Mrs Owen House An informal report of the district -: :
    !'| conference CK Even though we tell you that no other gasoline
    Miss
    Kay Partney at Orlando
    : ofv ,
    : was i
    H given bv Foster gives you the combination of high performance components -
    Palm Ueaih: pent the week. : Shi Smith, Z :
    \v Hamilton.! you get in FiJTK-FuEL, you can't appreciatewhat
    :: with Mi and Mrs J. G Cal w.-I! ', George Htiggins :
    Mr Bill Haas and Leon this really means until you drive with FLITE-FUEL Check off these
    and Mrs A. C. Belche had Carter |iI
    I in the gas tank of your own car.
    as their weekend
    jniests Mrs W !I Performance
    r>. Turnage and children of A'ban I Do It Yourselfi I The proof of FLITE-FUEL'S superiority is in the I
    driiing! So we that demonstrate to yourwll Advantages of
    \'. Ga.. and J. :M Meadows i i propose you
    AshforJ. Ala. Junior High School the remarkable performance qualities of this different

    :Mr and Mrs E. C. Long have I pils are encouraged to do it themselves pu-- and better gasoline. 'flit

    a-s then houseguest his sister, I I One of the things you'll like about FLITE-FUEL Ls its !

    'oIl's R L Bell. of Marianna Here's the wonderful ease of !starting. Then try it for its breath
    they
    way obtaineda
    AT Mi and :Mrs L. L. Wainw rightWt'l new chi -the.bar apparatus: taking acceleration. You'll be delighted with the smooth- Higher

    t' in Gainesville last Saturday I Principal Hugh ness made possible by advanced high octane. Discover
    i Ingram was or-Ii Ie
    v ,:'!tng'ofr: and Mrs J. I!. Phil- ] given a couple used railroad ties the advantages of controlled volatility and poiitiveantistalling. noC Ie

    lips and Mr ind :Mrs Carl T. by the foreman of the Law ley" 0

    I Edwards Section The boys carried the ties. In a gasoline it's performance that counts' Today, fill Easy startingFast
    Church of ,
    Christ Mr and Mrs M C. Roberts dug holes and tamped them in, up with FLITE-FUEL at any station where you see the .

    I !:1.1.1 i ,as their guests last SundayMi and then fastened the cross bar. orange and black Phillips 66 Shield.

    and Mrs W. A Carleton of which was salvaged from some PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY acceleration
    I Hawthorne. old material on hand. ,

    Mrs W G. Stnngfellow and Chin-the-bar exercises are partof 0 Clean-burning I

    635 McMAHON ST. STARKE, FLA. Mrs Inman Green of Starke were ''I the physical education classesof <

    i,'In Jacksonville last'ednt"sday.. the school. Phillips Mere mileage
    Mr and Mrs. C. A. Allwood I

    Religion cannot be based on opinion. Matt 15:9 i had as their weekend guests his will Ingram soon said have the two boys basketball and girls ..-

    parents. Mr and Mrs C. A. All-
    I courts. He received the clay for

    You cannot afford to make a mistake. John 12-48 i i I wood Norfolk Sr. and, Va chief M. E. Dodson the courts this summer. using the

    Lawtey city truck to haul it. As

    Come study the Bible with us II Tim. 2: 15 Congregational Methodic soon assembled as the, he needed said materials the boys are

    Services Saturday, 7::30 p. m. would start building and erecting PJ HILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE

    :- Sunday 11 a m One mile fioai the posts. backboards and baskets. AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY

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    BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA
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    Tornadoes Beat i J JMacclenny Principal Explains (Uncle Dick Dies $75 ForfeitedIn 4.8'ers Set Poultry Show SaturdayTen Recent Births C of C MeetingA


    School Policies At 102; County'sOldest 1 :Mi and Trs. Robeit Steianell :Starke: and Biadtoii! ); ; r '

    Biadfoid (Count4 H of Tallahassee announce the buth Chamber of Commeuc: :

    Team ]At PTA Meet ( Resident Disturbance youngsters. taking part in a of a son. Robert Stefanelli Jr or meeting has beent : 'I

    will Sept. 11. Maternal grandparent pm Sept. 24 in :hf t"i i l'effice.
    i poultry raising project exhibit -
    are Mr and Mrs Russell Normar Mrs Marian H.npry. \ -,
    i Continued from Page Onen I I ,Contmued( from Page Oneii MavorW\ T Jaek<;on in Mayor's 1 their birds Saturday morning '

    < urt Monday fined J. \\'. Starling i on the east side of the Court and'paternal grandparents an said this week

    : :Mr. and Mrs Henry Stefanelli She urged all me'r.bt: :! >
    y;,.rds to pay dirt For the second : rounds; during school horns $75 for public intoxication. house.
    the
    srore Noegel kept the ball himself i' without the parents (consent the I'Miis' profane language and resist- County Agent George T. Hug- all of Starke. tend to begin work on : h.- \ ',

    and steamed around right end. principal said. ng arrest. gins said a poultry spet iah'.' I for the fair here in I'\ .
    .
    Halfback Prescott. the leading I j F.:. L. :Matthews chairman ot Starting was arrest last Tues- .I from the University of Florida I

    pound gainer daring the gamej I ,the Bradford County Recreation d night after creating a difurbtn will be on hand to jude tin I The Bradford County Ilospita Brownie Troop

    saved the Tornadoes when they Committee, a group organized under .. m a Starke theater and on birds and $100 in cash pI :/"" p announces the following births.

    had ther backs against the wall i!' the sponsorship of the PTA '" i ity streets along with ribbons will be aWIfI-| ... Mr and Mrs. Donald Leon Keys The BroWnie S.-out I.I.t't .

    Ir the first quarter as he broke j last spring repoited on the pi" In other cases: | ed: the children The shi" ," of Hampton. a son. Gary Wayne :-: Tuesdav afletr.o Sin .

    away at his own ten yaid line and gress made to date He said th.r F.nes of $25 for speeding were i( scheduled) to get underway. ,]h .' Sept 12. Mrs Mav'.. class : '.

    ian to the Uaker: 40. | ,representatives have been nanul>I ....l! against Joseph Zozichowski 9 a.m. and continue unti! .. :Mi and Mrs Marion Arthiu Registration foi ro.'>'. .

    The third TD was set up as (from 16 civic groups and foil! i I'! Edwin Andric. i 11 1'ivntof tarkt'. a daughter. i> still open. An) .'1..' '

    Gotlvun received a pass over the junior and senior high swim", -' Andrew Clackman Negro and This exhibit will be i tw !II"; i'k\' IJHI. Sept.: 17. ir starting an Tnt.-, :.:t'.1 i

    light end and was loose for 20 ., J classes and that a definite stai' U -Itfi R. Zei ler were fined $10 for the youngsters who -: :Mi! and Mrs. Lucian Preville\ Scout troop. please '.

    yards. Small gains by N'ocgel and !' ]has been made on an organizerecreation -1 :>ni! running red lights in a school the hen raising project in MI l it: ....fI.0" Hampton. a son. Lw"i J. D. Warren or MiI' 1 I.:

    Prescott took the ball nearer the ': program. \\ u I iiii'i; /, n.- I I The Bradford youngsters A 'II :" ,! 'tfi.e!! Uiadley Jr.. Sept.:; 15 ney

    l and Left Halfback Dill Alderman considerable discussion. :a Kdw.ird: Chester forfeited a $25 other shows and !.>
    g-0.11 compeHers
    After L' I r, 4... ..: 102 I; Mi rand! :Mrs James Edward

    slammed over right guard for ,motion to keep the USO open
    the tally. PTA meeting nights so that parents talon Smith forfeited a S10 bond the project endin: Man h l"'->7 Tfi'-i
    hornin! :-i i JI. .:"' dfpertlv j "t'! t !-me:1t : Lynn Sent I 1-> .
    In the last quarter a GO-yard ( can leave their children thre Silvi-i! Lak('. for mnning a red light. Hug;.!:ns said. Mayor W_ T Jai Ks, -
    : illf. ni-ai Diiiniic lioiupxm.. sun of 'I'.t'.iIl
    inn by Gary Bennett brought the while attending the meeting was Charles: Vincent Malone. Negro estreated Taking part in the program .uc! Mayor's Court Mond! it
    bom
    Dick in :
    Uncle was Mrs.illi.ini Ii. 'lli ball to the Baker 10 putting the ]laid over for further conSideration Dec. 25 a $25: bond for exceeding the Carolyn Norman Virginia P.lrl sh Meeting that Wilbur K Ctfsigned '. .- '
    ton. S C. reportedly on of tinOld hill .It.\ I.ikr K.I. .
    -marines in scoring portion 1 at the next meeting.Tuesda"s Florida safe speed limit in a school zone. Virginia Prevail, Anthony CritI ; from the 5' ,I' ;
    and brought to I.tl Is'. .
    1853.: was I. ""III.' i'I| his chicUrlis lie
    -fam But then the tables were program was in The case of Donald W. Carlow I,i ford. Lacy Griffis. Freddie Mis. l..vioe.. Hartmann. managero I Depaitment eflecti j -' '
    at the tender age of one month \\ill display' in I h. poultr showxaturda
    turned Bubba LaMae. holding ,charge of Thomas L. Casey Jr., under $100 bond for running a Stevens Donnie Thompson. RobeitSalmon. > ; the Bradford Furn-ture Corp
    his slave by '
    along with parents .*. )Dminie's birds have IHCIHIK day.Poh
    down the quatrerback spot. ran up program chairman. and had a named William red light and cau.vng an accident Gerald Crosby and JOt' .nd I :Mis De<*ta Dyal. bookkeeper ('( Chiet %V. F; I If
    i a cotton planter .pets t ii I)"!lIIi. and his hrollnr -
    against: Wildcat Center GeorgeMoms good attendance of parents and was continued until the accident 1 app. .attended a three day meeting, of f said Griffis had bl" -. i,' :
    Cade. 'I and sister and will -land
    and.! the next thing; he |, teachers. Cade settled in the aiea then report is available. I The boys and girls began the .till uhile! the ihildrcn strake the production and cost accounting for about nine months!

    knew. Morris was stampeding :Miss Ava Lee Edwards was mile or so Edward Porter was fined S25 for ;: |Irojel.t in :March when each received division of the Southern:
    : known as Brooklyn. a heir hIIIl.. ..
    down the field for the lone :Mac- elected vice president of the or- 1 north of the present site of Key-: r leckless (duvingRotarians 100 New Hampshire chicksof Munufart urers' Association held

    ( ienny score I I I ganization during the business : stone Heights. He started growing the laying strain. Huggins said and supeivised! h; the Ai.n'ultLiaI recently in Blowin Rock. N. C 1.1)1V. c. T. a.

    Later in the last quarter Pres- session presided over by the president -' cotton and when the Civil Hear tin children keep complete : ei-, '' Extension Sen( I' Hngi-'ins All manufacturers in the Southern -

    r .tt broke loose for a 40 yard :Mrs. Robert V. Chapman. i ids of expenses and activities ;unit Home Demons-nation r.'ates are members of the ,
    I! War ended he gave all his slaves : Agent! "AllsTINKMK: :: : INsui Tin: \\
    mn but the drive for the goalv The treasurer's report showed The program is .:x nsore t b\ I Hototlu Ro s organization which holds two annual -
    their freedom and granted ea( h School > ate 10\1 st't'mgthe i: nil >HMI.. \\ 111111'sII
    as stymied when Baker Quarter- more than SSOO) on hand at theprest'nt :1 some land and a home. Talks On the 81'ar" Roebm, Foundation\ : .'t ivities ii Biadfiuil I meetings to discuss problems : : 1.1IS(;."

    l biiik Warren Hodges intercepted! time.Refieshments. and solutions which are <','mmonto
    IIl.om.IItH.. .mn"
    Uncle Dick had lived on his (

    a long: pass by N'oegel. 1 were served during eight-sere piece of land inheiited' Athletic ProgramThe Funeral Rites Held Mrs. Alva Ensey ail ,1-\\: ... I

    Coach Register this week fpemed the soi lal hour.
    from his father through all these

    well pleased with the 'rforma \ears lie farmed until Con'ellmto :aimm: tin hh;; M !hoo! For Fabian H. Olson Dies At 78 Was

    l'e of the Tornadoes in their ,,,Mrs. JohnsVins I letirement by the infirmi- and phjsical t'tlul'ltlOn: Funeral ; T1-iiT
    sei\ces for Fabian :
    initial contest of the season. hut VlN1s'L0OO
    discussed! at the
    ties of old plo ram weie
    age Herbert Olson! 6fi weie held Native Of Starke
    was a little disconcerted over tho'hH'k Title Club by :Mrs.
    Honorary The ancient Negro. doubtless Rotary! Wednesday Wednestlav ;
    of shown. in the ( >mmumtyChun LL-: ,
    : speed I the oldest resident of Bradford Nina Andrews. girls physical education 'h at Keystone Heights. :Mis \lv.i J 'IInEII: ,,'\ 7" )

    Our boys were hauled down 1 iContimud I I lioni Page Oneii, Count is survived by his third instructor and Lennard ni\( ot Staikf.' .h..t| Til' ;-'i .\

    from the rear four times when t \\ .fl' tn'l 12 ihildren. Register, head football coach a' Heights Burial wain the Keystone Sept 11. in a Jaiksonxillf Miisi'i.1homo t !

    they should have been able to J'u': 1 of people Kuneial serices for Uncle Cemetery with Masonit
    that ate I'xptf'll BUS.Mrs. following a ptuli>njfd: ii::-
    the distance," he complained. Andrews stated that her rites at the graveside under direction -
    ,, One club official said of Mis. Dick held Wednesday afternoon ness
    of Bradford Xo. 35:
    Lodge
    Prescott was the top yardagegamer Johns that "she is always ready i in Pleasant Giove Ceme- main object is to teach physical Born in Staike on July >, ls"sI ;
    ; FtfAM.:
    ; of the game with a total to go and help when a n>body's; terv ntui his home. education although it is also I Mrs. Ensey was the daughter;, lOt; __

    of 109 yards on seven carries. I sick and furnishes grocery tas- part of her job to coach basketball :,I Mr. Olson died Saturday afternoon i the late Jerry :M. and Annie Cone S L_ _, _

    Godwin gained 8;) yards on six': kets for the ne dy." She stated that the program ,,1 following a heart attack. : Johns. She was roamed III _

    carries. NOE'gel.IS yards on three! Though a leader in Baptist ;j ji Council Gets Bid is designed to intel est all 'A native of Sweden he was a :, Starke to Charles R. Ensey. anti I, *

    carries; Bennett 60 yards on i ] Church work. :Mrs Johns said t gals in games and activities that ;'I veteran of World! War I and a they later lived in Jacksonville of

    carries. and La lae. five yardon' she isn't anymore outstanding !' they can enjoy through life 'member of the King Oscar Lodge and on :Meiiitt's Islam) neal Cocoa QUEEN

    three carries and LaMae, five than many other people. "I just i For Youth Funds rather than to place emphasison No. 855 F&AM.Surviving : for many years. In recent DIAMONDS CONTEST r/4:1

    yards on two carries. 1 try to do what I'm supposed team: sports that they play is his wife. Fanny years :Mis. Ensey had Iivej) in

    The Tornadoes completed two i;i, to," she said. only in high school. ,' Peterson Olson. Norfolk Va. to he near her son Come in and VOTE! Pick up your If

    of the three passes attempted and 1 Besides her beauty shop. Mrs A bid for money for a recreationI I'. Coach Register said that emphasis DeWitt C'. Jones Funeral Homeof Lot Enst')'. a captain in the I* S FREE Bollot-Entry Forml ,

    Register): said the plans to play a 1 1 Johns also has interests in the ; program even "if it mean rais- is necessarily placed on Staike was in charge of arrangements Navy. _

    passing game Saturday night were !i.! Starke Nursery, the Colonial I J I ing taxes" was handed the City football( because profits from this Besides her son she .suiv.>\'fit "

    abandoned after the team b'ganI j I Florists and owns several rental 1 Council Tuesday night by a representative sport must help finance other by two grandsons Charles Ense\ .

    gaining so much yardage on the j!! homes. :' : of the Bradford County spoils such as basketball track. Ike Norman Rites Jr. of California and Mike En,

    ground. j|I She has been associated with !j II Recreation Committee. and baseball which are less popular se, of Paris France

    I 1 the beauty shop since 1927 and 1 I Lou Hillendahl. representing the with the public. ,
    The Tornadoes a1
    total of 110 yards were during penalized the1 I i i has owned the shop since 1946. committee, told the councilmen lie outlined the following as Are Held Sunday She Church.was a member of the Episcopal /

    Mrs. Johns has also been active | that "a majority of the people some of the needs of the athletic 'u/llhtqfB7J
    game. Funeral services
    !jin! the Garden Club's project fori | feel that even if it means raising department j at the present time: > Funeral services for Ike : :. were held! FI I-
    day afternoon :3
    ATTENTION: j I i the' beautification of the highwaysand taxes it is a necessary and ft| additional bleachers for seating Norman, 75 who died last Friday 1: ]DeWitt C. Jones at o'clock in the ;

    in tharity drives. ': \01 thwhile out of town fans at football' Chapel with theItev.
    project. at his home in Orlando
    TEENAGERS: were ] Raymond :McBlain
    I The dinn'r. in honor of Mrs. Each of the councilmen had games; 2) an electric score board; held Sunday morning at 11 i Burial was the officiating -

    Through the efforts of the new 1! Johns will climax the local activities -j been pr'sentedith a copy of 3)) a whirlpool for treatment of o'clock in the Heilbronn in family
    Baptist ,
    Bradfoid County Recreation Committee i( fur National Business Wo- ''a resolution adopted last week byt injured pla)ers; 41 t a heater for I Church. Burial was in Dyal Ceme ]plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery Sell It Rent It Trade

    a used jook organ has I man's fc'eek !:? ('ommttee'hit.h lequested 'the field house: 5)) a full time tery. i

    been secured for use in the USO ,' dfl nnI\: : UOHKINT. the City Council to levy taxes to J junior high coach; 6> increased :Mr. Norman was born in lay Rites Monday For

    and may bs;: installed in time for raise $1000 annually for an or-1':i i interest in the sports program on i

    the program tonight t Friday There will be a \\01 .ing- at thePocn [ ganized program of recreation if 'the part of the public. County and moved to Oilando Mary Sue GayFuneral
    from
    I I Starke in 1917. He was a WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
    Since this machine f will use ISspeeti SIIpp Cemetery near New such a mean ire for getting the Coach Register praised the retired farmer

    records r C'aseasks' that 1 River on Thursday. Sept 27. money was necessary 'efforts of the newly organized i

    all of you who have records of Please come and! bring the neresw The councimen nearing the ('ndIII' 'Quaiteiback Club which is under- Survivors include his wife. :Mrs services fOI t Mis Man I '
    this kind Jessie Norman four daughters 5-ie Epperr.m Gay, 20 weie held! 1 Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
    -
    bring a few along for \ tools t In W"tk '\ ith Mis the term before new councilmen 'taking to outfit a midget foot-

    use tonight E A. Sapp ;are installed did mt act on the 'ball team at BUS. He said the' |three sons and two sisters Mrs :Monday First at 11 a m. in the Starke iO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - 6k
    Baptist Church with
    resolution. :training received by the 6th. 7th. :Maggie demons and Mrs Vickie the
    IeLeWIS D. Haines EACH ADDITIONALVOKD 2c
    Council Chairman James A. ;and 8th grade boys will be invaluable Sapp. of Starkei officiating

    Lewis told Hillendahl! "I think to the high school team Burial was in the family plot in'I! rw .ADDITIONAL: FOil BLIND AilS OH ADS .NOT PUtt ADVANCE
    i Crosby Lake Cemetery. IIISI III > I .IK IS PK.K: i K\T .., tm. ON MMMfr l\sH HI<'. ."
    it would be for the in later yeais. ,
    proper newcouncil
    This 1 I.i John McConnellDies :Mrs. Gay died Saturday night :
    Week's SpecialsSeptember ; to act on this matter because The speakers were introduced '
    in a local hospital following a WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IX:
    they will be the ones operating by Col! T T. Long. who had brief ,'Full KKXT i-1: >. r'jom furnisht-tl: : MAKING JTi.OO TO )100.00 WEEKLY -

    under the new budget." charge of the piogram In Lawtey illness. She was born :May,i a|>aitiiiiit.. 6-'I: N. Chili dl ,5t I. OPKICATIXU Yoru OWN
    I I 10. 1936. i rh'.ne 171-W or apply il I'i.N.; WATKINS; CUSIXESS IN BI'.AD-
    21 Thru Hillendahl said the recreation i I Church St. tfcligFOR KUKLi-UMO.NJ I'OUXTIES' KOIt
    September 27Men's Surviving besides her husband j .
    I l'AItTICL'LAItSVRITE THE J. K.
    program is underway but "can-
    ___ Mrs. Gladys Reed John Schuyler McConnell 63 William Allen Cay are a i riKNT-Fumi-hed cottage n..arI I ATKI.VS CO.. 159 %V. PKACUTISEE -
    not
    n I continue without funds. daughter siliiMil. Modern oon\enieni-fs: ST.. X. 1-;.. ATLAXTA, GA.
    died his Dorothy Janine Gay: an I
    at
    The recreation committee was residence near LawteyMonday Adults 61 ( K Lake St. Call _ _ _ tchg S/Ji
    I frrmed ; Dies; Wife Of }: afternoon following a infant son; a sister. Sally Ann I HJ'\\'.Mis. ..\ K Saul.6J3 MrjMahon "
    to
    recently promote an ,
    I heart attack. Epperson her parents Mr. and I St. tfchK FUR SALE-Like new 2S3 AMP
    otsamzeu recreation for I llollup ARC Welder With 16* ft.
    the program I Starke Fireman Mr McConnell :Mrs. William J. Kpperron all of I I ;lOW IS TIlE TIMi: to check stoves of lead cable, good used craft-
    county's children. About 13; was a retired
    SOX [ tarke. and grandparents, Mr. and and titles fur cold weather man. Phone S01-W or writ Box
    15CS t Starke's civic organizations aretepresented real estate broker. A native of Mrs. I I Prompt delivery service and 7,3. Starke. tIp 9KIXGSLEY /
    R. L. Richard
    of
    Newark N. J.. he Keystone jrrad, A kerine Tall i SltUIIa'1 i
    the veteran I
    in group. :Mrs was
    I Gladys May Reed. 57 ; Heights. Shell Sl.ttli.n. Lawtey.V. { LAKE-Two bedroom
    ::1 Limit Delegation.from the committeehave wife of Starke Fireman Harold of World War I and a member of Active I I Kerns-iie lanloil hand tfchCAniXET furnished house J5."i; per mo. nil:
    1
    pallbearers Bert ,
    were June 1. Gas
    and
    tl'e electricity. Call
    IrregDIAPRS Elks and the Catholic Church.Sun'i'ors .
    appeared before the City L. Reed Sr. died Monday at the Grenville. Zack Crawford. Lester j i' ; and Carpenter Work I! _24SlStarke._ ._ _ _3tp ,9/H
    Couni and County Commissioners include his wife. and repair Jobs acccptd. -
    home Small new
    of a daughter in Jackson- Leach David and i .
    1 ; Tillman Gay I'. nIcks. Rt. 1. Kox: F .1: KKXT- K.uir r.n." i fn I '" !ioO.1
    : Joe
    c'! eftnrts to raise to Marian Robert McConnell of i 1. .. ,
    money pay ville. \ .. ...i tin lit with t..
    and | *
    Bobby Alvarez i-.T-A. (.. : |'"i. 't. t'1. .1 'ifiont
    _II pE'I'\"'i-, fi the} pI'IIg-run< nell; a step-son. Joseph E. Bradley i i I .r'j i and .l..i.-k .'IItI.u,, in'Ipatio.
    Funeral el''ICf's'r( held at I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral .
    Home .
    |I t" adults '.r .in ; \" ;a> r
    ;Lawtey a son William J. :Mt-Con- TF.TfIIn"UtY
    10 a.m. Wednesday in the chapel ;' ot Staike was in charge of ar- OIH infant. X., pet1,7 i, \\ i '..11! .s.
    'of Columbus. N. J.: a brother KtlllOS KKI'VIKKII: i t'h"n" m-j: 10, I II,,.
    Guard To Drill of Guldens Beach Funeral Horm1 langements All :Make All MudeNlleakunahle
    William :McConnell of Newark N. cunrunlrrd
    I hnrerx -
    in Jacksonville Beach. Burial Foil! ; .
    I ltK.\T--Xlie; Hiinii" H.I- ,
    e 84TOWELS ,J., and a sister. Mrs. Mary Davittof (11 '''. ('. 111:1'111(11: ... ,. .
    do/ \.1' king anil ht.tt.ii .. *I.I I.In. I.
    2 in'al'l'en Smith .'...
    was .. 2.tnI
    Cemetery, 7O.1 W. ( all stnrke .
    Starke .
    : I
    Hidgewood X. J. Postal Official I IIfllg..r".r \.i >
    I 27x271st: Twice Next Week[ Members of the Starke fire department Ltk 1"a'"al.l.! ".z'." .i

    I t ()ual. Tnannual I "K"" along with members of Fur.eral services were held in' Wins Award For Idea \i ii I I.KT: I"s .....::1.1.01' A limn; stilt-, Kllis ly-l.ikI'l'l -- |J'
    the
    inspection! St. Edwards Catholic Chur.hat i
    the police and fire departments I 1: IJKXT; Kveptii-n,il I r. ,
    1 o.
    I -.t tin the Stirke National of 9:30: a.m. Thursday. Burial followed Blake Jackson assistant \\ .. still hi... ii-n ......i.'ri. huntesl I'II.IH f tirui'-lieil .ti,l'.iH': i ,',
    Jacksonville
    poV-
    :' ml unit next Wednesday night Beach were honorary in the Crosby Lake Ceme i *.r %"I... I..... tI..\\II |.a, ......nh.I.a. |" lit* d ."lid c*,p|'* i i.r'
    '. ,1 t pallbearers. iraster at the Starke post of lit e. I im, ..nlh:> men's like rent. P.ieilslrrrls .ii' i KM:: ,'lutanl| I i:0, \ ,ii.l, \,
    : tha Staike
    'moan guardsmen! Starke. .
    Survivors include her husband tery in has received a cash award: based anil rfl* ulililirs lit ussbitit fi., .\\ r" Kli:i trl(' I K.'i It. I ii .1 .1.1"a'.1 I '
    ... I''! drill twice n'xt'eek.. Dewitt C Jones Funeral Home >..il .ne ..l these fme Iiwinei*. h''I..r. K.i; It'.i; t tI i1
    two sons. Harold L. Reed Jr. and (.n the national adoption of his I 1... i-. L.t ..I.... it. i h .11" .
    The regular drillill he held o} Starke vvas in t liar?.? of ar- idea .. ,
    for an insured : ( 0. I.d.I
    J John B. Reed both of Jacksonville stamp to be rUHm.mJ.TY) I IL'' .t' v I. I t I
    :Vi'iid.iy; night and the men will lent .ir-.und 'I-,. .
    1 i.tngemtnts used in '\.ii ( t !II"l >
    endorsing
    Starke
    internationalparcels Of
    Beach: three daughters Mis I'hr. \ iluiil; <"i.i T'I i,'
    di ill again on Wednesday for theii and ( Xn'trcus' \\". B. :s.Mej| ,
    Bowley and Mis II M. dispatch notes. ( riiy M.r .ind Str'II"| '-. Kii.i-1'! I.

    I 11\2(5:?(; sieJ IC I -In/pei other ors. i of Jacksonville and Livingstoni :Mrs : :M Used Car Corporation 1 In announcing the award. H. ,I, A. J. 'Humus) ]r I _

    S ; Limit guard activity: Wascoin of Baton B. Dean regional duet'tor of the i I :::r r lemple \ t'.. st rke. I'.n. limn; SUDV i> sim ( IION
    Set ond Lt. Billy 11. Dansby. who Rouge. La.: Ita, riiiuie :is.i: Nlchl aiiU-.l;
    .
    1st QualSCARF} two Opens For BusinessA Post Office Department. Atlanta. I
    .".'nded! the Associate Ordnance, Sisters IrsY J Reed of r i i, ('l |pti-- !:I' h"'iii.* f.'t I IM, .,1 1 ;., <
    Jacksonville and Mis Ga.. said that Jackson'-, suggestion j -' ''A !;I" > .'tint IIIK S.'nil r"1 i I Ir riTn ,
    (', 'I II PlnY Officer Course at Aber- George would be 'I FOR !" .\LF-N.: w q x S x 1& con- '".it ''.i, I- |ij.n,. i I', -. "
    "ui'i-n Proving Ground Wills in England! : a br-ithei. F used car company operatingunder "a definite convenience" ;I i, irt-te 1.1..1 k I:', '.iii-til } 1.GO per >i tss-.i; lIt SINK.SS i Hi i.ic.i.: :. IN<'.
    in
    Maryland I. Hwkt-n of OcaLi and a contribution to service nnprovement. li.iS .VI..rt.tr MX, il I : ':n June 7 through Sept. 12 is, and nine the name of the Bradford 1 Kradfi.rd KIIB!;,' i _I.;; i '", iltoneI I' UIIOn:7 JV\ hl.V.
    j
    eiandihiidren! I I 4. Starke tf ,
    >
    Wholesale "
    \'>r, ted to return to Starke SeptI Automobile Corp. recently t.gL

    c .-' H<' was married soon after opened operations o n F' 'K: :- \ii I.: Tin. Loot : I t. "i .

    '.lu. tion and has been on his Voter Registration Temple Ave. across from the ; Stevenson Rally WHEN IX NEED OF I,Jl I F. ,'r t.-'I'" M. t > :
    ,.. ,. ,
    .
    < Mi- l i.tiI! ".Il' I I
    ':" vmoon the past week. Books courthouse. I*: LANDSCAPINGFILL in. t i ::at u.m t .
    Close t
    Oct. Lex Green. Demoi-
    ratir
    6 Com
    I Silks __ I WO John C. Stephens recently The sales lot operated by Paul I
    . mtteeman. has been called on by I I DIRTor .r' .1: SMK: on.s.v ,_-. \\ n .
    IS InchesHrijjht i I. nod from the National: Rifle Raymond the corporation presi- .
    the State M.ii him R.-ud/; "inl I. i i:
    S Colors Pistol Matches at Camp Voter registration books will beat ,dent. and C K. Harrington vice Committee to urge lo'al DISKING .M-" Bal.IlIl"h < t..t L "..1 ,
    ulosed 5 Oct. Democrats to attend the rally 1 I tlit ion. )Ir'j .,:: ,,1.1 I II. .
    i 1"1 i \ Ohio. Stephens was win- p.m. 6. Mrs. prer.dent. IRt. I 'I. .
    .", 0" the Individual Rifle Chami -I Marian Crosby registration supervisor Raymond. of 241 S. Water St. for Adlai Stevenson in Jacksonville W. L THIfiPEX. JR. f-rd lid_! [,

    ReceivingBLANKETS i 'n .'up Match for the Florida reminded Bradford citizens has been a resident of Starke next Wednesday. 2 Ro* 2J3-I; Alton Kd. K .1 I K \I.E -.\"'-'rali in "I'" "I 1.. ,
    I Green in .ana plai e Th, ft l.i.,. ,
    this asks that all Democratswho : i
    c ::. n .unal held ; week. ] for and for 12 PIIO\E 297-J i I .'. .
    Guard at Camp 1 many years years iI ".0 fur ii.! i.t 1- ,t. t I IE.rI I""

    H .-itlina on :May 27. Person.whose names are notn'op was in the insurance business can attend the meeting meet Starke, Fla. !' h3aerthK"s"t'; :..' |If.( .,Bl.t I.

    4 lit! was a member of the 1 the books will not be allow'ed here at his office on Temple Avenue _________________ _ _____I I'I II. ,.

    to vote in the November about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in I-'T--"n.' Hhlte-llsffd .
    'iu II represented the FloridaCuiitl ( general I Harrington was associated with -"a J; I
    elections she :Border to reach Hemming Park FOR flV.XT-T'nttrr-b'1= '-b fronm I uaid Frank ';.riffi- I..x ,. \
    S l>t Qua! % _F I ; at the national matches.S added. the automobile business in :Miami hriit.e. ijn.'rat.le Inra'ion, nnV.. 514r1.t- I It, .
    :Mrs. in Jackronville in
    : |>-:: Joe Lamb. Sp-3 GlenEnufoid Crosby urged all new: 101 about 10 years. He is married time for Steven Madison Pt. r-rtTt M A Payne {
    Full size citizens and all who : son's speech at 12:30.: P. fll-nn St I-i..ne 44S-W. F'tl it IEIT-F'ur:; r''''''' r""h.t, ,
    have and has 14
    PFC John V. a old
    and son.
    Sapp changedaddl'essE's year I' hg I'.ttrfSe. 1'r. 1',n'd certificates this week for SI I'e'oting last to 'I This will probably be Steven- .Ir..n H' pets Mr I. t19i'.rii' ,., ,,."

    register with her .son's only appearance in Jacksonville desirable 4'4 I I', h f
    ''it N.II-I essful completion of a in the ('ourthouse. FOP. P.EXT-f'l. in. one :: ,
    : Motel I ListMi during the and tw b(.I".m apartments. .
    l'hone : i. vehicle course which theyended campaign. Reasonable Mr and MrV UNollman AKXTKKIi: t.. All I -.o| ,,, I
    Green said. lu) ers helter I 'jrs .,,
    : while in summer trainingi 228V.. Madison. tfchp 1'1".1, | tt 'r
    t"'I0\/l ,
    3)4 i F; Stewart Ga. in July. '. Marian Howe. Chamber of .:"-I..r T"'III> iiradftrtt l'a\'I. -I""'
    Cub ScoutsCub \\'h.j j.
    'Commerce i 2" PAID ON' SAVIXC.S KEY- sal. M..t.r.. I-::. V T"'I'I'jo .
    secretary is seekingaid Car Wash STOXK; STATE RAXK KET- :t \
    -.r.-- from <-.t.rt .
    fI..u"| .
    j.,, ,,,,
    Bradford : "
    of County motel STOXE HEIGHTS. FLA., MEM- I': ,
    Foreign Investors Scout Den Pack 70 will BEn FDIC. 1 1 111'1'1- '
    operators in compiling a list of Members of the junior class of -
    meet in the Methodist recreationbuilding For
    : UE.VT-rtiriedro.
    Many people other than those motor court facilties to be Bradford School w-11 hflu'
    Monday High wash; WE P.l-T AXD SELf. USED FLT.- In K.y.one H"ghl, "
    Sept. 2-J at j3Op.m. 4l'IsP
    1.0 \\ II', tug here have an interest in ted i to the University of FlorIdai cars Saturday to raise money forclass XITCUE. EIrod Furniture Co, .< 'h-,1 and beac-h f'i tOhta''r
    Farm Forester Don Champion Phone 43. : and r"ulallnK
    tfcbg kt-hen .
    I> ddford County the county tax their ,..il'
    use during activities.
    will show a movie on forest '- homecoming,' 1 I l:"nt IS'. per,m. Phone K..,...Tnt
    , Call 81.r.i runs indicate )o. with an added cartoon. 'Nov. 2-3. The car wash will be held atto FRESH EGGS FOR SALE-CharlPg }I'ighti.b: ; \"n.nll's. ::11.. If"one,

    Tax Assessor Gene Long saidthat j :Mrs Howe said she needs the tennis court near the BoyScout i:. tetle. Kt. 1. Cox 173-B. Griff \\' -,(' LIKE ,
    Mothers of Den 1111 1..j. stit- 4t' (. : : I"nt (: .
    32 serve re- .. drd.g.
    states Alaska and the Know the rates. facilities and I hut from 9.30 a m. toI .I I.. K'h that.
    1\ I ,t!'. It"' ,. ..
    "
    .- ("ma. Zone are represented on freshnirr.U New n.embers areweK name of the owners of the moturcourts pm A $1 rate has been set for 'J"IJ.Y: ..r'I h., j I"r'; :,' ft1 > rk. !It. Ill
    -_ ._ R: :: :." __ -\.e. :..: :'_ 7- I n.I' Biddford U\ rolls omc ashing eaih car" : .' .' : 1'1 t i.-" ,. ": H I 21 Txrll TELEVISIONat : :
    \II' t' F'2.1._' "' ita! ; d ,\s ii Dahmer-; con I le'! Jlf,

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