Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:03394
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I ::' $125 Ceiling

1S i No Vote Machines
? Councilmen
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T1L Split
"_ Council Limits


% 5" Seen This Year
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S ,.. 3 : __ Big Dad Funds Over Appointments

The ttrailfonl County ('ommj ionerIonday: practically \

I ruled (out ,'otingmachines for the general: election next Pavments t." t tin- Bradford -

f J County Enter !rt'-, \\ hil'n !leaM-
month but took steps toward obtaining the devices in time !<

: ; 5 -; for tne next primaries a building Co. to were Bij limited Pad Manufacturing t" J12.- Hazen Is Chosen Politics Anyone New-Old Members

1 Though all of the board ml'mI

Leaders Expected beis agreed the machines are desirable -( monthly by the Staike: Cit To Head Council ( ouiullnian Joe Andrews III. Split On Issues

('<.I.| .los<>i>h C, WH'I I3'. seated uho la>t \\eek conducted the annual they apparently abandon-' Council Tuesday mht I I Ilru"ill11)/ to cut down on

"IG" ia>>i '<.tiou of the Starkeatiunl uard unit huddles \\itli avbUtlnt ec the idea of obtaining them this I The payments. which have teenin city expenditures, asked lire .

the neighborhood\ of $300 in' I Chief I). U. Starke' two re-A ('1\ evilmembeix .
tour. lilt IK right Carpenter '
the the Tue.sdajnight
; officer II4.rorr negin/ing inspection year after considering impact '
| New FeaturesFor recent months. are paid to the "\\ hilt .To''''.ed :.worih 'v It h the
itrn Lt. ('01. It. V. Link, battalion commander: I.t. ('01. \, V. ('0\ing- on the strained county bud et.1 theChambt'r would happen ifu'
the through and ,
company by city \ dJ.ulll'.1 the mayor old! membeis l'se'l'ral r
ton dixision im-d'u-al officer; C'apt. XexvV.. Ilolingsworth, Army Even the eased financing arrangements : I-i-
of The -

advisor and ('apt Randall F. ('hilt)., company commander. ('01. Fair SeenBradford I II representative proposed did by not the permit company the i i! were Commerce.agreed to as! an payments inducement 30-year-old l'ranctThe fire aFninco truck owned is the by the council points began Tues a> iamgnt:new year a o-:

Kixt-Iy it from the Third Army headquarters. Official results of tire for the industry to comf the city.Carpenter. operations by; delnngdt'ep into,
officials to see their way i
inspection have not been disclosed jet but Col. Kixely stated that the i to the city and were intended:. replied short and some of the city's major problem.The .>
clear to embark on the purchase ,
Marke! unit Is one of the best he has seen during the current series County Fair officials I The commissioners disposed of: to offset the water and light bills to the point, "Exerjbodj's: insurance new councilmen W. H

of the company.Mrs. Billy Noegel and Joe Andrews
(If inspections. this week gave optimistic reports i| the issue by agreeing to recommend -i would go up and }'ou'dget .
Ruty Johns in propos- III. split with other council
the for exhibits in the .
of planning i off
to State Sen. Charley Johns I II run at the next election. -
fair which is to be held Oct. 22- j ing the measure opposed a suggestion I It over the reappointment o':

Wins Award i Offices To Close 27. ;and Rep. Doyle Conner to take ( by W. H. (Billy) Noege' ,I one member of the police foiie
2OOO of the money
I steps to divert $ that the payments be cut out and the appointment ot a bon.1
Election Several new attractions and received in the county
On DayAll I annually all together. Crippled Truck trustee.

fairfeatures were revealed by I from race track funds to the "They have been a big help to The Councilmen postponed ar
HugginsToGet \ offices in the officials including a possible ]II
of the county I lease pr l'efor the machines. the city." Mrs. Johns said "and < tion on the reappointment of JW.
the courthouse will beilosedonelection visit by officals of the State Department The $2,000 was to be paid an- '
the .
Council to Burden
I' was obligated ki after a protest fro
day to make the coast of Agriculture. X. M :nually as rental price on the ma- make payments. It's not rightto 1 1 Eyed By Council Noegel but approved the five

Funds For TripThe I clear for the building to be Smith officials fair manager have been, said invited that :j,chines according to the financing:; backtrack on something we I Li'T. 1I I I other men. They also agreed
the :
used as a voting place. I !: plan proposed by James Landon. agreed to do." to keep Truman Norman on th! ,

The County Commissioners and are expected to attend. I II I representative of the Shoup Voting It was brought out that at ('. (Cliff) II.ien Plan.to; repair the Foe Dclartlrient's force until a full time officer i-

Bradford County Commis-I cited two reasons for i I A 90 by 40 foot exposition tent Machine This crippled pumper were
Monda :,i Corp. money the time the obligation was made i, named Norman a school bi-
sionera agreed Monday to pick up I authorising this action: I ) To I has been obtained for commercial -:representing[ about 10 per cent of the payments amounted to between The Starke City Council TilesI i into motion Tuesday night as driver is filling in part time

the tab for the expenses of the protect the office holder against exhibits. Billy Graham. exhibit -i the price of 10 mat hines would be $90 to $120. I day night unanimously elected T. I City Council voted! to write to the Xuegel Opposes

count)",; prize-winning farm agent accusation that he might chairman, said that merchants after C. Cliff i Hazen as chairman and company which made the Dodge ,
ten period
any I I paid over a year Noegel said that the money' Noegel opened up the dis.cu--
T Huggins. when he to I' J. Thomas Jr. to truck to determine the cost and
George and businesses wanting the reappointed A.
tb(< influencing the voting. 2)) which the county would own paid by Starke could pay for a sion on police appointments bv
to the National County I they details of the job.
travels candidate lent space should contact him. serve as city attorney as
To the
protect I equipment. building for the company and'' stating "One policeman I don't,
Conference in Houston, The council members favored
Agents against having his ballots I Among the new attractions this Prices ( uoted "it's not right to for somebody embarked on a new year. think much of is Barden" Mayor
Texas where he will receive the !' One of the first actions of the a proposal made by Fire Chief
thron out as a result of any year will be a display and exhibi- Lanfion quoted the price on each else's investment." I I W. T. Jackson quickly came tithe )
Distinguished Service Award as Council members was to assure i, D. W. Carpenter to have the work
Mich charge. lion of farm equipment by the .machine at $1.748 and suggested MayorV.. T. Jackson said the j defense of Barden.
Florida's two county that increasesin 1 done by Bob Bair. instructorat
of top owners no an
I' County Clerk Charles Darby Ford Ti actor Co. and possibly ;that the county obtain 10 ma- ,'company "deserves consideration property "I'm the one who has to stork
I valorem taxes would be in-I the Florida Fire College. But
agents. minted out that the law prohibits another farm equipment company -'chines for the three largest precincts enough to know what we are I with men and I know them
stituted as they adopted the cur- under urging of new CouncilmanJoe
Huggins' outstanding anyone except: election and a display by a furniture two for Lawtey. three II i going to do." But Mrs. Johns re- better than any man in town" the
a'hie\.e-I' rent 15 mill rate for the tax Andrews III they left the
ments in Bradford officers from l being within 15; : manufacturing company. I for South Starke and five for plied that it has been discussed I I mayor said. lie said that Barden
door to to i
rolls. open investigate see
ceived statewide acclaim I feet of the polls. County Agent George Hugginsand north Starke. j(I with company officials and "theyare i runs the radio at night and
City Clerk Carl Johns said the : if the labor could be obtained'
month when he was singled out j vocational' agriculture instructor But later the commissioners took expecting it." I makes reports and "I know of no
income in the new budget was cheaper from another source. !
for the honor. He has been county | Joe Wood said that a 'the view that machines would reason to discharge him.

agent in Bradford since 1953. 1 greater interest and participation -, have to be supplied to all of the BUDGET based on this rate. The proposal !i Council Chairman T. C. (Cliff Noegel. though he disclosed no
note MEETINGMembers I to set the l.'i: mill rate was unanimously : Hazen pointed out that the parts ,
taking Council Votes (
The commissioners, mentioned
I City by various agriculture groupsis :precincts pointing out that it discussion names an episode in
( adopted with no -i
has j would have to be bought from i
of the honor which Huggins which
I being shown and that stock and { would be a political mistake to of the City Council will after the motion was one policeman snapped an
voted to the which made the
brought to the county agricultural exhibits will te larger I| install the machines in some of hold a special meeting next Tuesday Councilman Joe An- company empty pistol in the stomach of

pay him the regular expense and I Recreation FundsThe I and better than last year. j; the precincts and not the others. night to discuss the proposed made drews by III.new truck at the price .et, so corn1petitive ( another.
rate for the trip. The : bidding was ruled out. ,
mileage I I This week the fair groundsI Fifteen machines would be needed ity budget. Fence Issue "Should a man be in the police
conference Oct. 22. Carpenter said Bair had examined -
In other opens action the Commis- j City Council voted Tues- I being mowed and cleaned and I I to supply all of the piecincts An Oct. 15 target date has been An issue of a fence which the the truck while conducting department if he snaps a gun in

day night to give $."60 to Brad- plans for shelter of stock exhibits ( Since the race track money issplit set for the budget to be adoptedand owner claimed was destroyed i, a school for volunteer firemen another man's stomach" :Noege':

,Joners: : ford I have been brought to the final three county groups ,,, improvements' asked. Jackson agreed that anv
County's program of or- [ among most of the members hope to when city water : here last week He estimatedthat
Agreed to instiuct Road Fore- stages. Plans for and ', the School Board. Board of policeman taking such! action
ganized recieation. I parking accomplish the job at next week's were installed was turned over the would about.
parts cost
man R. E. Jones to distribute II j This donation was coupled with' handling of traffic have been County Commissioners and Bradford I meeting. to the city attorney. !I' $225 and volunteeied to do the should be dischared and the man
I vehicle repair work to garages'over donations of for worked out with Jack Trawick in County Hospital the $2,0001'' to who let him snap the pistol should
$250 for
instead of letting plants I I|I 1 1II. : The Council postponed consid- E. A. Winkler complained: I I I work himself during his vacation -:,
the county the beautification i charge. i ij [: if adhered to. would J Ji constructioncrews be discharged too.
of the city and figure mean .er.itiDn, of the budget at Tuesday the members that ,I in November estimating the

only a few get the business. No $2-10 for the maintenance of the j Smith said the fair committee 1:i' little less than $700 would betaken r.. ilt'S meeting to give the niein-. had taken dow a fence I i labor cost at around $75. "But I haven't heard of any

vote was taken on the matter. armory. I meets each Thursday at 5 p. 11I.1 i, from the funds: coming to I i,ibers more time to study the proposed bordering his property when ::! said that Bair j,I such incident," the mayor said!

Turned down a request to puta The money was voted on a 'i and invited all who are interested'I'each of these groups. ,;' document. water lines to the new water ;'I Carpenter was Noegel did not make any specific

cattle gap in for a landowner. motion by Mrs. Ruby Johns after in the fair activities to meet with.' Foul"I I I tank were put in. Winkler said formerly connected with the charges against Burden 01
out of bid (Continued on Page i and is used by the
action company
This arose i
Joe Andrews III told the Councilmen i the committee he wanted the city to put a policemen in the matter
bv the Commissioners last monthto ''Diploma Tests company occasionally for similar Motionithdrawn:
that the recreation committee -, fence back so I can tell where

have landowners with fences had set the $;)60 a:< the i I Stormy Romance Has my propel ty line is." i!i jobs. The chief endorsed the pro- A motion by I E Clark II'

across county maintained road!? amount needed. Mrs Johns originally UnhappyEnd i Applications for the high school statementby posal to write the company to favor of Barden's leappoin'mer:
with cattle tests must be made be- Winkler agreed to a get their for Bair's use
them paps. approval
ieplae diploma tabled until
was later
had called : a
for $600 to be fence meetingBefore ;:
the wasin
Commissioner Mrs. Jessie Chas- paid in monthly installments. 'I In Court; Pair Are FinedThe fore Oct. 8 in order to partici- I. E. Clark condition.that Clark said the |,I "It would te logical to get the motion was withdraw;;

the on the in the test poor the work done while we can
tam opposed request The $560 for the recreation pate monthly program it getit Noegel and Andrews had state.!
"if do it for Adult Education men had probably thought I. E. Clark said.
nncipe that you L. H. Gibson. cheap. ,
is to be detci- turbulent they the
"as oman of
program paid o Negio man and a Negio thrown it oppose leappomt-
have to do it for.rhers woman said good and away. "It would be to''
will director
meIIU program yesterdayThe more logical while ,
mined by the recreation director woun.l up in Mayor Couit after the affair exploded) into an incidentinvolving Winkler said some of the posts! ment Clark and Mrs Ruii-
". The other officials conHired majority of those takms the investigate further to see if abiott..r Johns indicated .
I In discussing the fund for I they would faio
i an automobile. butcher and 1 fence on end were in
a knife one
in this viewpoint.Passed I armory maintenance. Council :1 a pistol.! tests have been aw aided diplomas ondition deal is available elsewhere the policeman

l a resolution to put the members said that the National : Mayor \\' T. Jackson fined the he said1nteretei good < ," Andrews replied. Mrs. Johns said the n-in .sli.m':.'
I I whnI'as
I i I Lillie Mae for' accused of attempting: invitedto Theounl',1 tinned! the issuenvt'i Clark
woman. Hood. $ i0 was voted down in
1 >e COhltIIl issue on the ballot'1'Gu.ird unit in Starke gets $125i ; petsunase not be discharged' unless 5rii.
fighting.I insisting arrest and possession to break into a store. into the ctmtnct the ,due.,>; at the to the attl!! ne\ instiur-ting motion to order the parts listed
i month for utilities telephoneand reason were given.
t'lection.1Sell' .
in the November general I (custody his employer. The Ne Futii
1 of a concealed weapon. I'SO::; builihn (Continued I I on P.ige i bBair so that he could go The
maintenance and
work treed this councilmen deferred art "
'' J holders to I/!
poll suffered from
gro. a '
: The man, : sprung hIp.was ahead on the in Novem-
Douglas. was project
wasn't Cha.res. two
enough.Rotary I on
v I the polls during the elet'tion.ppron'd arrested after being observed applications for the poin!

bonds\ foi $1.000 Mrs deputy LO,3orman.sheriff's. i! Speaker .'I|fined The$23 stories for fighting.told the; court varied j I man rattling said a door he was on Call trying Street to help The Two Won By B Squad ber.After questioning Carpenter i posts.(CliffI Council Hazen said Chairman there was T. no C

closely determine if there
David R Redding. J. A. Gnann in some details but tht'rewas no the owners get into the stoie need to consider the mattei a'
{doubt that all harmoni- any other avenues for obtaining I this because .
E MKinneDemocrats \ was not meeting no '
4>iii A Notes Need For Fined Lewey Mickles. Negio. S15: bids I \ (('an. >
lous between them I on the work. Andrews said [ existed.

for speeding. Tornado B .. 19 Tornado B .. 7 i "It won't hurt after 15 years to I'!

To Open Press Freedomi I Douglas accused Lillie Mae of Gave a warning to two boys hold off until we can determine Policemen whose reappoint

using strong measures to keep ,whom Police Chief W. F.. Thorn- Ketterlinus -. 13 Bolles B -- 6 I if this is the best deal for the' ments were approved were Shep

Campaign Office In i I a free press. we could him from using an automobile ton said had been shooting air i I city." Tomlinson! C. Moore. Earl Miles.

[ not enjoy the blessings of a free !which is owned jointly by the pair. I rifles kids. The boys said Riley Sweat and Ben Holtzendorf
Starke Wednesday I among the The Bradford B Squad boys last:
Tornado B Squad upset Carpenter said that the only
Police Chief
democracy such as we know He said she tried to stab him with had W. E. Thornton L;
in.. : they been shooting birds '
i on applecart of the junior players Thursday night edged a scrappy, | alternative to hiring Bair would elected.
headquarters America today, members of the a butcher knife when he tried to
Democratic Campaign property of a man who had
St. Augustine's Ketterlinus tenacious Bolles team by the mar- be to get a service man from
the forthcoming presidential -i Starke Rotary Club were told go for a drive in the car and later : given them from Xew \... Old
for i' permission. Tuesday night as they scored two gin of an extra point to win the: the company. He said competing
election will be opened I Wednesday as part of the local I confronted him with a .38 pistol' Mayor Jackson told the youngsters The new members were also
touchdowns and went on see-saw football battle 7-6. I companies would t* reluctant to
ht're10 quarters on N. Court observance of National NewspaperWeek. I when he came to remove his clothes to get out of the city limitsto quick to win by a 19-13 score. The junior Tornadoes gained bid on work on this machine. pitted aainst the old m the nam-

Street next Wednesday it was from her place. ; do any shooting in the future. with ing of a new member to the
Gary Bennett Bradford's dnI \ their seven points runs by' Carpenter said the is
G. P. The speaker was John Paul pumper Board of Bond Trustees to replace
announced yesterday by Lillie Mae. proprietress of aNegro
'I'. ing halfback, scored the first Right Halfback Bill Forsyth and only workingat half '
chairman of the Jones secretary-manaser of the ,I capacity'and Titus Olson whose threeyear
Wadsworth. jook, told the that
mayor P. K. YongeTornadoes two TD's. on long runs. On the I Left Halfback Gary Bennett. j the department would be term is .
Florida Press Association and of expiring.In
County Democratic ExecutivjCommittee on occasions Charles had threatened .
Bennett With two minutes to the'
I second play of the game go in crippled\ a big fire broke out three
a to two
the vote the
Daily Newspapersof to kill her. She said he triedto
plowed 67 yards for the first TD. fIrst half. Forsyth broke through' in Starke. No major work has Council

The office space is being provided Florida. Mr Jones is also an get her to go to Gainesville A few minutes later he galloped i 1 1i the Bolles line and sped 49 yards been done on the machine approved former City
I since it Councilman Ewell
instructor in the School of Jour- Set Lawson for the
without cost by Lex Gteen. ,|[with him Sunday but she refused 34 yards for the second tally. i for the tally. Bennett scrambled was purchased in 1911 or 1912.
In the
post. roll rail
nalism at the of Florida voting the
state committee member. Mr. University -.and the fight started.
The Junior Tornadoes rackedup |over for the extra point. he said.
and the author of on Page Four i
Wadsworth said and volunteer numerous Police were called Sunday night the final score while the ball i The ball game was marked by

help is ti'ing:: sought to keep the text books on mal'azin.'rltin t.ut were unable to find Douslas For Grid Fight game was still in the first quarter I outstanding defensive play by both

office open from 1 to 5 p.m. and newspaper work. ', Monday morning the trouble broke as Eddie Stuckey pranced 11 teams with the Tornadoes control-
election Nov 6.Mr The speaker out that I Midget Teams Provide Football
prior to on pointed I out again and the pair was picked yards to cross the goal.In I ing the ball during most of the Fans
Wadsworth will he in the the first act of a dictator whoseizes Biadfol4 High x Tornadoes will!
I up after the officers found the the last half the Ketterlinus first half.
office Wednesday and! invites "01untef'IS -I control of a country is to'I'a take the field tonight after a (
I:girl with a pistol under a blanket boys became unshaken a little and I The Bolles team was given Its
meet him there at that the and radio week's to fare fast improving With Thrills
to newspapers layoff a -, Battle Slated
j which she had over her lap. made a battle out of the ball ; opportunity' to score by a bad ; Tonight
time The office will be kept open stations so they cannot tell thepeople P. K. Yonge squad from
I '|I After the judgment the problem game. They scored once as a kick snap from center as the Torna-
for the distribution of literatureand the truth about what is Gainesville
go- I II dividing up the property of the i' I by Bennett was blocked and a I does were backed up on their own
other campaign material and ing on. "A dictator could not stay 10f The Tornadoes will have to bl'I I The Bradford Junior High midget Blown and Bill Ja k.son One ,,'
was handed the mayor but second timeafter recovering a goal line and preparing to kick
to receive! contributions to the I in power if he did not have con- right "up to par" to hang onto football team making their 'i j the officials said they "Aoiked thr
he gave it back to them after it Tornado fumble. Jut.
party tteasurv trol of the pi ess." he said. their no loss record set so far debut last Thursday night provedto double reverse as siick as
became involved in such things as Playing outstanding roles in Bennett won out in the scramble be high
be at the I Mi. Jones was intioduced by i'> this year. Head Coach Lennard I a crowd pleasing drawing I school players."
A will held high i
rally ownership of the car. a $24 cht'l'k.relatl't's I( Upsetting the St. Augustine boys'applecart [ for the ball as it missed the kicker card as they 20
provided minutesof
L Matthews who had Register said.P I The
school: stadium Friday night cVt charge of midgets will take the field
cared for. payment for were linemen Calvin and carried it out to the five football fun. I
19. Mr Wadsworth saidProceedings 'the I p''dm' : K. took a tt'rrifitwalloping i tonight (Friday* in an
Pace. Johns. Thomas. | line where mteisquad
rare while Douglas was sick and Rand James! yard the Bolles boys The at times
from Fletcher in their first football youngsters carried battle before the
ther details. Henry Hall and Stuckev took over Two plays later they the ball blocked and tackled opening kickoff
venture this season and lost of the
Begun by School Board I The mayor advised the couplethey 34-7 But the second time out ,, Terrell Green at the quarterback I scored but failed in their try for with the skill and poise that suggested The game Tornado-P.is scheduled K 1 Yon to ;e tilt

shii id part company. "If you they overcame 19-0 deficit ir '! post: effe, tl'e1dreetf'(\ : the extra point. The Bolles score they were old hands at I derway at 7:0: and get un
I the plays for the Tornadoes! athev <= came with three ni.nutes left to I hisuntil
the business
you start fighting again you will the last quarter of a ball gameto | 7:30.
110' back and it will cost you more.:' tie their opponents 19-19 moved duwit- f-t: .:.d III 1\ i": 'ilt. K II'! t. The score as the game ended
To Building In New River i I, J. B. Dick direct'.i
Regain I he added Register said the P. K squ ,'. i.6't with the team coached I lor High o:; I lit' Inn
program ''t'f! b<, .
1 In othei i. >es the M.uor is lighter than the Bradford h.v.* .; ; '. [i-i" '.:no Johns in the lead am \ -
are participating in !'n>- > ...
e .P" <
11. ; idtii-d: I ('flifltS> !'luui whuli >.,..1 the 'piopeilyh.t'I! h"lI"e.1 Rt'1e.j i an old! l'nppectI'! !<11I but have more speed : f !1' -.r. to plunge across for ![ and scrimmages .
; .. cntnu-i i-V il IkI !
I t.illv.
[ An .
interesting sideliaht : h
*' ;.in proceeding.thii. soleh as a roinimm.U lull now. "without tr,. .
.t '
'OFFICIAL .. t. }Ctfh: made the lone rut i": I
of : game and perhaps a -tt '
,'. ;iiii ownership a and civic center by the citizen.ot K- .j groans they had 1 ;,t fr-: '
-, i.Mu building in New Xew River. Florida. and shall r.t.t FOR POLICE CAR gainst the Tornadoes i- t!,* i r.. 'ht- affray as he swep'

that one of the P K: : '! I to race 50 yards
to -
p u, n they turned over be used for any other purpose and NOVAITING
.. .... 4 .... LINE
Carol MacDonald !i"t ; r'"I; line Woodv Strifk
\ K\et: Improvement As- should above property at any tin.e X\\ C.Coi; ,"., irin!: ; W IIXoogel .. '
Starke '! : on the tearr
I it'fibacking
I .t, 1953.! : cease to be used and maintained HIy'!!! : ] believe* that a during sprir.s :i 1. : r Football fan.- w..I !'.,.' '
is familiar with the --. -'. :',: -g; Jerry also looked like
r", I' ,i passed a resolution as a community hall and i iv.i'ctnter. ; police'ar should look like a police _', battle long lines to pe- --MI t. i k-
by the Tornadoes. i iod! football prospect for the
intention to reclaim the title shall revert to |car I eta to see the Tornadoep., '' to-
IlIlUw i.
a ,
Register said a'l\ ,," T'' r.ic1" squad.
I.. '111! "/','Ii2 structure and call- the said Bradford County Board .j The City Council approved i night, (Frdav, Quaiten/, k Cur:
i are in good shape ex. "j'; : ,' J.minv: Malone put Johns' team .
"t It <. ,sociation to va'ateto ,|of Public Instruction"Board !' :Noegel's motion to have the Buick members said this week he au->-
few minor bruise. and! se'cpeets ; ; .n :" o: mg- position a second tIme I! three
members said the build- I gates will\ be .
Oil', 'r- :[ recently taken over by the city open i: th<>
to make some l t'- .' is he intercepted a am" I
that the'.ing is no longer being used as a i I painted black and identified as a pass stadium with tickets: soM a1: VJ l
rll' maintained
Bu-d I the lineup as theg.lne op.! ", gained. 30 vards. Two plays later 1 three.
community hall and civic center .
.. .,., the police car.Mayor
n r. ;is no longer using night. Iteam. down
) was to the
tut is being used by private individuals !I W. T. Jackson in a previous onj II In addition to the gate on the
II, '''' fur the purposes stipu-i i for storage. I I discussion had stated that The Tornadoes will be p.l:1r! : The backs uho are bringing; home the bacon for MarUe this ear are yard line as the game ended. East side of the field netr the

'e :-'ie deed agreement. If the board takes over the the police had planned to Iea"ethe away from home for the nev: kneeling I-r. Terrell Oreen. HuMij. LaMee. ( h.ul.ut'J'I'I, Harold r >ar'hin? the team opposing ,'. gym. gates will also be open orthe
4s S 1.. Bo.ird AttorneY Lex I i two weeks in a row :ri. they meePaia'ki 1 id- nvuned bv Johns was Town- '
building; it is expected it will!! be ; automobile its present shade of (mluin. (iary Bennett *hi mith. >t.lOdinI'RiIl h Green, \an '| north and south .S-1e! = Th*
I and De'n" Thh'imo --> t'x' ser'i Strickland. :
"a. ot'l ..IIgan opinion on the moved to another luiatum t*> he for the Prescott, Roger KiwrBill 1'01' tb Robert I I fans Were urged to ut.!Iiz* *hf
)Sleep t.ir.e: hems ard: :1I ., ., Ta('( la, Bill Mdernun
came \J!! vo '
....Ij.,. -.. '. i section of tho ..;.....J "" t p< and Edt!it> Mmkei. Ci'hfr:. I lull ratn::- spe: .,': men i I extra gates =o i b'.i!1.-<. 'K v.i'i:
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vWe Have Stopped Inflation. t i
editorialFarmers Runaway tenon w.th her family. Mr amt MrM i i'd1 \-n, : .
LONG BRIDGE Mi' amt Mrs Barney Eggers \\e5.1; then ..1.: ,i -.:'o'-

r mi i ihihlien! of Jacksonville! were tmeiy.rtlnr. f
'.c' ;.oeker.d\ siii--ts of relatives hereon \ Giod- ,' i',".,' r I
Included 'Out'In
the rick ;list thus week are ens are homo >,!, ..' 1\,' :. .::. I
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.lpp Mi.s: : :\Litt.l' Jane! Morgan, Jmw! :-,' r.pf'l""I: ..il.c! ; .. "" ... t

Republican PlanningMr. ; AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr Loo anj the I.tt.o daughter of duties R':lht:ac'.e! Sam I 1

+ua .wr and, Mrs Fionnie Ce>\sand --

: U. I Nwvellice pre:>itlent of one of tin- .r children of O>'.i.i tvr: tile I

nation'- large insurance corporation has blithely weekend at their homo r.eii Lor! a SAVE on your INSURANCE 1

written off a million "siibmanfinal": American : Bridge.Mr. .

farmers just like that. and Mr>. George Andti-on' 20' DISCOUNT ON FIRE
visited 111:';. Ander>,'n's 1ah"1J.
In a recent issue of ''Hankers .Monthly." :Mr. M. Lubcck, in Satannih. <.a 30' ,
No\\t-ll who is billed as "speaking out of his vast Friday through Sunday. ON MOTELS

experience in the field) of farm mortgage lending Sunday guests of tr. aai i Mis

advocates the transfer of a million small E. A. Sapp were Mi iiii :M1-. 10.20 Discount On Automobiles

J. E. Crews of Miami and Mrs
farmerto other industries.

Farming today is just too expensive for the Elva Mrs Abernathy and Mrs. George of Tampa.Moose .1-1." Buy Mutual Insurance And Save

little man" to engage in. thinks :Mr. Newell. It ,.r ....,.. son of Cleveland, Tenn. ate visiting -
takes a maximum of $20.000 in equipment to .vx ""'J. their son-in-law and daughter ; Quick; Claim Serice No Member-hip Due-

Mr. and Mrs Rill Bank, this!
outfit an average familysized farm for efficient Two Licensed Agents To Sere You
week. Mr. and Mrs Mooie hi\r
operation in today's competitive world, and everyone -
lived to a ripe old ace and the:
knows the family-sized farmer has a fat .
is their lust visit to Florida The
chance of getting his hands on $20.000. Therefore are enjoying some ot the in,uu' DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

reasons :Mr Xowell with cold-blooded logic. sights to be seen Li <,. sue h as

"The efficient farmers are going to prosper and i their first natui.il lake, :.i'nl I tin,! 136 W Call Street Phone :2'C

grow and the inefficient are going to have to get fIrst alligator.s

The article's background introduction of :Mr. --J 7 :'- _____ "_' "-.' .-:._ .:'-._ __ : ':.;!::"
Nowtll didn't give his politics. but if he isn't a

Republican hereby offer to eat our editorialhat.

Here in all its "glory" is the philosophy of .
the Eisenhower administration as fluas the Icy' Aim.mrl :NoniuntAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA TV erviceAll

farmer the small farmer, that is is con
cerned. Secretary Benson himself couldn't haeexpounded The liouis for 0"
: -: :: have been changed Beginning tin-
; -
} more eloquently the get-tough program ..;:;o -
/, .. :-,, L. ',' Sunday. Tl'ainmgl'nlUn will Matt
that is driving farmers off their familysizedfarms
and at
at 6.30 pieachzng
by the thou mnds. r <:-, :. ;:,'.. Work ..
---. --. l'raYE'rIt't'tmg will begin at 7:;;(1> Guaranteed Free Estimates
In fact, :Mr Xowell doesn't see any use: in trying ;:-,-.--- -:- .-'. p. m. Wednesdays.
... .... Fully Equipped DependableAll
to help the little farmers with governmental ,. .. ".-o.-': ::;J".". Rev ani Mis. S. F Beard left

aid! Such measures only "prolong the agony," ;-". -- ,!.'-" Sunday night for a week's visit in Makes and Models

in his opinion better get 'em off the soil quick -'- =. Tampa.Mr. .

and put 'em all on the assembly line at the nearest and Mrs. Morris Johns and
children of Jacksonville weie ie- CHASTC.
factory if (and this has apparently never SHEPHERDTV
Cent guests of Mr. and Mis E
occurred to :Mr. Xowell) there IS a nearby fac AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjVeli "...... ....ll... fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNORTH ('. Johns.

tory. Then turn the nation's farming over to a .4 P..11! Green returned to the ho.spital Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone

few big operators, efficient food-factories big ... Farmer's DiaryBy SIDE in Tallahassee after a wet-kV 239 Starke, Fla.

corporation-run affairs, which own their own ... visit! with his fatuity
.. Sam McGarvey Green went backto OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
trucks, have tie-ins with marketing companiesand lit' Mrv fart I'.rouukAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
4.. her work in Jai ksc"n\illf! Sunday -
"big business" from start to finish. '
are .. up. night attft a tau uefk.i- Q ..- '_ _':!" :" .-;... : -_'..: _" :." _" .- : '," : .:':: :, ,!, -: (::::
I'r<.'sidentEienhower: : Xowell reminds us .
has given his blessing to this line of thinkingby .... nt'I C Matthews of Jacksonville -

.. Practically everyone we talk t<> filled the pulpit here Sun
that be
recommending : provided ..
is going to vote FOIL A FIRE day moining and| evening. Take ice cubeor
training farm boys in industrial skills in orderthat one
CONTROL UNIT in Bradford
The North Side WMU met
be better .
they may equipped for transfer to
County on Election Day. It makes Monday night. Oct 1, and elected -
other occupations. "That would be a long stepin ..
.. sense to us for a number of reasons new officers.Ve had a nice
the right direction, but Congress hasn't seen .. because we will reduce thehazard group List we urge every mem-

fit to go along." Mr. Xowell sadly remarks. .... of having our fences and ber to attend the next meeting. ice bucketful !

"Three cheers for Congress!" say we. And a buildings burned down, by providing Visitors are also welcome. an

Democratic Congress at that. \ the' it.twbenv..fevei" i> fire crews to put out wood Mi. and Mrs G. L. Sapp had

The family-sized farm is the backbone of the eeitdinh catching 101 numborof fires that turn thousands of doll- Rev Matthews and Rev. Harveyof
bet in
have out nes
growers of timber
nation and has been since its very beginning.Now this area lately Dan Starling set ars every* year. Highland as supper guests iroiwm

in an attempt to cover up the failure of some on a plot of land where he Sunday night.
their policies administration "experts" are argu- had turned under a crop of field It will Cost us about two percent Mr. and Mrs. l\ey Thompson

ing that the little farmer can no longer make aliving peas. Bet he'll grow a good patchof more on our tax bill for SO attended a family reunion in
results rents), and there ate a lot of Georgia last Sunday.
because he just isn't efficient. What berries as a
who will not have increase
people an Mrs George Bather of Baldwin
about the small ? the small clothier? the *
grocer at all because they are visited Mrs P. E Johns a few
small druggist? Do they operate "efficiently"as On the other hand, these are a homesteaded on their land. days last week.

compared with the huge corporations that lot of farmers who have planted Mrs
are Billy Martin: and daughter

trying to gobble them up? Are they all to be berries regularly, like Bub Carter. It's like the "no-fence law." visited her sister in Jacksonville
Pete Ed DUI ban andJtht'rs
sacrificed on the altar of Republican '"efficiency"and who don't to There was a lot of opposition to List weekend.
they plan
the nation to be run by an army of robots (have any this say season. They all that, and yet, two years after it Mr. and Mrs. G L. Sapp attended 8QhAa
has been in the benefits a farewell dinner for Rev.Harvey .
wearing "I Like Ike" buttons? give the same reasons no good operation
at Highland last .
Instead of so much 'akyakinghout "effi labor the long growing season. are plain for everyone to see. The Mts Sunday.Mr.
and E. C. Clark attended
ciency" why doesn't the administration dig into and uncertainty of a reasonableletul'I1 herds of cattle you see around the a birthday dinner i ;l
county are a lot better, as a re- Sunday
investment. .
the marketing situation and find out just WHYit from the for "
George Teston at Brooker.
sult of the controlled breeding GAS .
is that the farmer receives so small a share of which has resulted. Jimmv and George Alvarez are '
the consumer's dollar for the food he raises. The Wilma Wainwright says that ill and wei.>h them a speedy
she and Pete will have only a few "
"middlemen" seem to have convinced the admin- berries just enough for home While riding over to Madisonthe I.t" "yet IYWash Refrigerators bt. ;

istration that they're not getting the lion's shareof u.=e. "We have to raise some, because other day we were amazed give \ .'c

the booty. Welllio\ is then? Certainly not we don't want to let some- see how clean U S 90 is i as l'I.m- you

the farmer. one else d>> all the work, and then pared with our U S. 301. The an- Your Clothes

"There are too many people, in agriculture and show up at picking time, and beg swer: every five miles or so there \

some of them must get out" says Mr. Xowell.! some for ourselves" she said. are trash cans where motorists car 0 Pounds ALL4 ,
We would like to remind the gentleman, however dump papers and litter. Give / .
Alice sold a few runners to the chance to
people cooperate
that they DO have a choice. They can For 40c!
some people from Jacksonville who and they usually will.
either get out of agriculture or it might be ;
stal ted advantages'r.
stopped at our place. They FREE Bleach If Desired!
less painful to get out of the Republican Party. to follow her into our old patch ,I'?!! :
Talked to a fellow who lost a I-
until she warned them that there eWe .. .
are moccasins in there. They got good crop of cloveihay because of ,

back into the car then, and stayed the heavy rain a few weeks ago. Will t :
Midget Football ProgramWith there until she brought the He was almost sick about it, and Makes and serves :
plants out. we couldn't blame him as; it was Dry Your Clothes 1
worth hundreds of dollars.
the initiation of the Junior High School * ice cubes twice as long j
will be 20c
Look now like we not
football team a new athletic program has been
in the berry business this season. The Republicans are squirmingnow
kicked off in Bradford County a de- In New Automatic Driers!
program automatically other *
because of the widening of the over the farm problem as as any
signed to teach youngsters in the 11-14 year old highway in front of our farm. It election approaches. Most small e 1

age groups the fundamentals of football. is going to knock our roadside farmers will not feel too sorry for ty, :ti *,;.x S SM:, ',*.*.,>./"t*> *'tt. .x m";'; i ) '
The intention of the initiators of the programis market business right in the head, them, as; the farmers have had

to train these lads in gridiron techniques so as our side of the-toad will be all four years of Mr. Benson's "root I

that when they reach varsity age they will befootballwise torn up during the berry season hog or die" philosophy and are The Washeteria\ Freezes with r Non-stop
according to present plans. ready to vote now for an administration -
and a powerful threat to any team I
In that Bradford would that will try to du some- Temple Ae. Starke Service
they meet. way reap about no moving parts
lye heard this week that thing the farmer' high

benefits from the training these buys now receive selling berries along the highway costs and low selling places .'. .. : n'C -. ,

by racking up points in the win columns in will not be allowed any more, although --: Stays silent despite weather ]

later years so far as we know it i<

But perhaps the accompanying products of just a rumor. In our opinion it <'

this program will be of as much or more benefitto would be a shame to prevent the _

the county and to the boys themselves than farmers in thus area from selliri! ;
that f-t World's most modern.
berries t\
their surplus u .
will be the fame publicity and satisfaction that .
The only excuse we can see for it
umies with having winning team. is in a case where the personout ;z..t ::11 most dependable. only fully
Besides all of the benefits that ordinarily come on the "hard road", an.ft! ,.:

with a top football team the school and town will what we have seen, very fet K'!'" automatic refrigerator !

also: reap rewards from the training the boys ever done that.
Onh Sentl Gas with its
eAlice wear-proof
will receive and from the entertainment they will
had fun this week phtvrewith d motorless freezing system gives such low oper

gig e. a puff adder she found l :it ating cost, long dependable life, higher trade-in
The midgets showed last week they can provide i More than of the
the pasture gate. She couldn t \alue 85% millions of Semi
exciting football moments. \ J Our car financing sen ice
many whenhe ( made the last
make it puff up. even gas refrigerators during 30 jean
The organized football program with the hard threw things at it. She finally got lJOnSIUer I o oe i iloges are still use!
git cs more pri\i-
of the in the you
work demanded boys practice sessions the cat. and when the cat made :
Onh Sergei makes and ice cubes AUTOMATICALLY :
and the discipline of the training rules, will few pa."s; at It. the snake aid a. and benefits at
L Defrosts and of
e>en disposes
go far in producing better citizens. more '.l\,.J\ h-it it still dint! !! pu:: i i-
defrost water AUTOMATICALLY! Controls
Through football training they can learn that nis Banks lower cost with less L.-- temperatures AUTOMATICALLY!

hard work is necessary to achieve success and fair

.play is needed to be happy with that success FRIGIDAIRE red tape. ,. One year on entire refrigerator and nine JiI--
-"ai years on the sealed In refrigerating unit.
We believe the men in the Quarterback flub!>

who are sponsoring this program will give the-e TilE REST-KNOWN low Cost You owe it to }'our-

boys not only the training to make them winningball NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION S SEPARATE FREEZER
self to find out that
players, but also will teach them right principles you ROLL-OUT SHELVES *

of playing the of football which RANGES
game can can do better by financfiD8ociog IN-A-DOOR STORAGECOLORBALANCED :
be applied to playing the game of life. WATER HEATERS

This program should I lx supported and encouraged AIR CONDITIONERS c ing your car through .

as a step forward in the building of future WASHERS & DRYERSGet STYLING
this bank.
citizens in l Bradford County not to mention the ,

budding outstanding football teams. The Best For Less Come in. See for yourself all the

1b 5'-5C25 li" "'2..C'b" 9.J.5"l "2.: : AtSmith's conveniences of the Servel gas refrigerator



. PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEBfD AS SECOND CLASS Elt''tricalpplLu1ces 606 X. Member Florida \atlonal Group Next Door \Vinn-Di\ie Food Store Phone lJl!
;': THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879
. PIIOXE 120 Starke. Florida:

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HAMPTON in Hampton his army, enroute discharge.home following Mr.- day with of Ja'ksonville.lSlte.i the Johnsons, and Sun-with : HIGHLAND I Everyone is cordially invited to attend A&Ps. .

Williams has been stationed at his son, Roy, who makes his ,
Balboa, Panama Canal Zone, and home here with them. w '':i
By Mrs. E. B. Castles By 31 r. Lucy Norman4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAA ; :
came home by ship to New York Mr. and Mrs Milton Misner
Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Grady and Florida. I I'alatka Sunday to visit .0-1
City then drove back to drove to ..LAUA..ILU1 a u ;
H. C. Green of Jacksonville visit- Sunday visitors at the H. B. friends. Mr. and Mrs. Floy N Norman( I
ed in Hampton last weekend with I Mr. and Mrs. ITY Mrets ; and Mr. and Mis Chailes Mosei\ ,
were Faile
Wiggins Rev. and Mrs. Marvin
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and j and The Brooker PTA met at of Jacksonville visited the L. M
Johnny Mover and daughter daughters spent several days ,
family and Mr. and Mrs. Madison 'and school cafeteria Thursday night Normans last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins of with his
Lee. The Lees left Sunday for | Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs. One this week, Mr. visiting and Mrs. Ernest' Sept. 27, the first regular meeting Mrs Eeedie Norman returned i 9inhiIve1AtjI
Cocoa where will make i parents of the new school year. W. I
they I '
their home. Wiggins and L. G. Hemingwayof I Faile, in Lancaster S. C. ; Bigham Ji., president presidedat home Friday after spending a' ( (

I Starke. I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkms the business meeting. Mr. Big- i week with her son. Dock Norman ;
Mr. and Mrs John Childers of
Jacksonville. '
of Virginia Arcadia near
Mrs. Clarence Melton -I spent last weekend in ham appointed the standing committees -
Orlando visited here Sunday with visiting with her hus with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard. the : Re- I I We had dinner at the church :
for coming year .
Mr. and Mrs. Claude May. Mr. I band's family, Mr. and Mrs !I Miss Elinor Rose Gregory. freshment committee, Melba i!' last Sunday as it was the last
Childers is a former pastor of, Lonnie Melton, near Hampton.Mr. daughter ofIr.. and Mrs. J. S day our preacher, Rev. E C''
Christian Church. i. Green, Hazel Harrell and Ruth I I _.____, __. _u.&P'S _. _
Hampton and Mrs. Henry Johnsonof I Gregory, has been admitted to Mizelle. Program Com., Mrs. M. Harvey, would be with us He
Dick Williams of Tampa was a Astor, visited for a couple of I training at the Philadelphia O. Harrell, Mrs. Ernest Edwards)has done a good work here andwe I : .\ OWN MILD & MELLOW

dinner guest Sunday of his days last week in Hampton with General Hospital School of Nurs and Mrs. Roy Green. Membership will miss him greatly.Mr. I p-

ing. Befoie entering training she Mrs. J. C. Harrell. Mrs. E. A.I! and Mrs. Vaughn Presi ott
Bradford High School visited the L M EIGHT O'CLOCK
attended Gainey, and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen. : of Lawtey
where she was a member of the Plans were made for the annual Normans Sunday aftemoon The\ 1

I girls basketball team. Halloween Carnival to be heW I I are the newlyweds who were I

1 t I IEl' School News Oct. 27. Over-all chairman of the I I married in the church h--ro hv Lb 89c

Willie May Davis, a member' carnival will be Mrs. J. C. Har i Rev. Harvey. COFFEE 'CIOCtfGFffE
at Zettie Padgett has returned!
(it the sixth grade Hampton I real.Birthday. ,
School, has transfer- from a week's visit with the "
I I Elemental ied to I'alatka schools. Her Party Edwin Knights at Baldwin. Freshly Roasted Freshly (;round ;;A,,;"
Little Joe Green, son of Mr. and :
Davis, Mr. Mrs. Vernon Gniti.-
parent, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar celebrated his and
Mrs. A. L. Green,
are moving to I'alatka. i 4th birthday Tuesday with a par- I of Jacksonville visited. the Albeit A&P Our Finest (Jualit\ Crushed Hawaiian

The duplicator for Hampton ty for :23:! youngsters. Favors were Normans last Sunday.Mr. FREE F E E

s, hool has been delivered, Mrs. I given each child. Outdoor games and Mrs. Homer Smith of! PINEAPPLE 2. 20 oz cans 43C

Ol.i M. Perkins announced Monday were played and pink lemonade j. South Carolina spent the weekend
ON THISWATER Punhaes of the duplicator : and cake were sered.Mrs. here with friends. Coffee Measuring

was a joint project sponsored by \ I I Janette Griffis of Jacksonville
: rrescutt Has Birthday Sunn\field Brand Crisp
both the school store and the] visited her mother, Mis. ( ,I I lie r SPOON
Mis. Doshie Prescott celebratedher i
ITA. Any tiviior religious group I 67th birthday with a dinnerat I Griffis, Monday. FLAKES 18-oz pkg 23C
may use the duplicator in the Don't forget the revival sen'u-e.- With Purchase Of
I the home of her son and daugh- i'
principal's office at any time, she I terinIawIr.. and Mis. Claude starting< next Monday. ThIs Sunday
HEATER said.Sen. I will be promotion day in :
ires Held HereTor Prescott Sunday. Out of town :'the Sunday School.ew teacherswill I Cap'n John's Quick} Frozen
I guests were Mrs. Jeanette Stoker ,I I

Thomas Baby I and Mrs.Matilda Gatlin and each be child.fYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYTYYYt here. to serve and teach OYSTER STEW 10ozcan 27C ( Hither Custom Ground; or
held '
Funeral services were grandchildren of Starke.
Vacuum Packed)
3O GAL.FUUV urday, September 29:! at sat-I' I'rrhal J
for Rose Mary Thomas I
Cemetery Mr. and Mis. Harrold Sonell- AnswerCARE Offer Expires
AUToM+ TiC I Itv. year-old! daughter of Mr. and Hetty; Crocker
of Jacksonville announce the arrival -
NEATER. Mrs. Glen Thomas, who died of a baby girl, Deborah PINE LEVEL 17-oz pkgs OCTOBER 6, 1956
County MIXES 2 59C I
died Thursday at Bradford '
; [j Lynn, on September 24. )I1's. Sor-
: Hospital. I I lells will be remembeied as Jackie Icy :Mr.. II :M. :MrKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA:
Besides her patents she is survived '
i Dyal.
11ii9H.olWrop .'i by a brother and a sister, Ann Page Peach, Pineapple or Apricot
Eddie Douglas spent the weekend FREE PRIZES
Mr. and Mrs. L .
her grandparents, Rev. \\ E Hall. a< i ump.uued;
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lb Jar
L. Melton; and two great-grand- by Rev and Mrs J. E Munheeand PRESERVES 2 49CIn
Stiukland in Wildwood.Mr. celebration of our&P's
mothers, Mis.V.. H. Melton of : Mrs. Johnson of Hilliaid\ attended > -
and Mrs. S. A. Dority and I this
Waldo, and Mrs. M.V.. Parsonsof the Tii-State Fellowship !HTlh .\nn \ er 1rY store i is
family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lem- i
Colrod? HealingUnit New Richmond, Ohio. meeting at Temple Baptist! Ann PageSALAD Kiting away absolutely: freewithout
Gives Maximum Amountof nah and family, Lorena Donty I
Church in Pensacola la.it week obligation
services con-
Graveside were : manyhandsome
Hot Waltr Per Penny and Bill \Vitt of Alachua were
Merle Pack- i The Youth Fellowship meet!my:: Qt
ducted by the Rev. DRESSING 39C prices such asa
lust and Corrosion Rtittlant the supper guests of Mr. and Mrs i iH.
MDDII Church : will be at Branford tonight I'll'
ham of Hope Baptist
finish E.: Stokes Jr. Sunday.Mrs. I
(G TIe DeWitt C. Jones I day). <(; : RADIO
Theressa, with .
Thick Fibrous Insulation Gives Eva: Han spent the I
Maximum Efficiency, low Funeral Home in charge of ar- I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. I'I )Ir. and Mrs. Robeit Ta\loi Ann Page Red RaspberryPRESERVES (.a: MIXWELI. MIXER

"Operating Cost, Minimum Heat lUI rangements. I II Xorman in Heilbronn. : and children of Olustee attended WEST HEM _\rTO. I.\TIl'

Iou i I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and other i] Mrs. Groover Thomas and sons'I church here Sunday night an,' 16 oz 29C PERCULATOR

Automatic Uniform Thtrmoilat Maintain relatives wish to thank all the I were weekend guests of Mr. and 'I WESTI (;1I0l'SE HAM

Alt Times Water TtmptraturttAt friends and neighbors for their I Mrs. D. M. Starling and family My- VACUUM 1 CLEANERS

kindness and sympathy during anI11'. and Mis Ray Wilson in

this time..Florida. I Jacksonville.Mr. ; day dinner guests of the Leon Ann Page RegularFRENCH to name a few. Remember

i and Mrs. Clarence Thomas Conn rs. They also visited the I II do
I 16
there's nothing
$ 50 I DRESSING oz 29C ; you
To Show : and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas I Glenn Conners and Mrs Maggie not even have to be present to
Jr. of Gainesville visited ) Clements at Heilbronn.Mrs. I
$69 WITH '' i I I and Mrs. Benny Thomas lr'l'(I W. E. Hall and sisters : ,un. Just visit your A&P

TRADE : Bob Hope Show weekend.Mr. :Mrs. Nora Smith and Mrs. Vara Ann PageKETCHUP Store; and get your free ticket.
and Mrs. S. L. Townsendof Mitchell spent last week with Ed. i I Drawings and prizes to be
Top Connecting Easy to Install Hell were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ward Mmrhee Jr. at Hilliard, ounces 19C given away Oct. 20th.

flat Top Provides Extra Bob Hope is cast in a straightrole Woodrow Thomas and family, and while his parents weie in Pen-
$99.50 CASH PRICE Work Surface in his latest picture, "That Mr. and Mrs Bill Genevor SundayBob sacola.

HOME OFIWF Certain Feeling," which open: Thomas and sons were Mrs. A. J. Fender and daughter HALLARI

Sunday at the Florida Theatrefor \'i"itinglrs.. Bob Thomas, who i iit is visited her parents Mr. and'
a three day run. in the I Mrs. R. L. Batten, at Theressa I II
patient hospital in Jacksonville LOUR
I I I F Dressed & Drawn Grade; 'A' Quick Frozen
iff- Hope portrays a talented comic- last weekend. They also I Sunday afternoon.

strip artist who has trouble hold \'isitptIr.. and Mrs. Bobby Waters We were glad to have Mr. and I
IEmIl ing jobs because of an unusual and Rebecca Thomas.Mr. Mrs. Lester Dobbs back with us I .) LIB. 10 LBS. TURKEY 4tC49C

"'t psychological quirk. The merry and Mrs. T. C. Stalnakerof : at church after Mr. Dobb's re ;
; :
C\ plot gets involved and is warmed Ft. White spent last Friday cent illness. 93C 5 to S lb. a.g.

by heart-tugging moments when with Mr. and Mis. W. C. Stal- I Remember services at Pine

Hope is hired by his ex-wife, Eva naker and family.Mr. Level Church this Sunday with

-.. We Service Everything We Sell -- Marie Saint, to ghost produce acomicstrip and Mrs. John Shaw of dinner on the grounds. The Melody -

(I for her fiance, George LaCrosse were visiting Mr. and Quartette of Knoxville, Tenn. will Worthmore Candy Orange Quick Frozen Grade 'A' Tender Long Island Style t

Sanders. Mrs. A. I, Mann and family Sat I sing starting at 2 o'clock. Every

G. J. MCGRIf I I The situation eventually involves urday. Mrs. J. A. Williams and I body invited. 29C Lb

two lovable kids a monstrous daughters of Hampton were visit- I SLICES DUCKLING 39C
ing the Manns on Monday.
dog, a senator, and a wild burlesque -
girls of Gainesville were visiting i 5 Ib a\g..
of famous TV show. Al We were sorry to learn that
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano Sunday
Capp creator of "La'l Abner'' I Ethel Mann was confined to King
Mis. Marie Mason and son of
makes the I Memorial Hospital in Lake Butlei
a guest appearance in
New Orleans La. and Mrs. La- Candy
for several last
movie. days week. Sheis
I home now but is still under Dora Bryant of Gainesville were lib 1 Dressed & Drawn) Grade 'A'
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs
the care of a doctor. 2SC
Also on our sick list last week Aubrey Hazen Wednesday. I Ir Pound

I SPECTACULAR VALUE IN COLOR TVi! ,Colon were Sarah and Shirley Carleton Green.Mrs. G. B Hart FRYERS E S 37CMIX

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelly spent I
Color TVleusion U here NOW It I in rich, Ii\ing color and all 1 In- l ljck-aiul-\\iite! television alone. I the weekend in Wildwood with FRED'S T.V. lib a

II I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waldron and I 29CJOATIIA
t" |IIt'rfl't!<'*! NOW! You ran have regular programs in sharp, clearbLiekandwhitethanks I I,1': many of jour favorite programs family.Mr. :; '

in Color this season. Such and Mrs. Julian Green and AND
Color Tat a reasonable price I to the A

hour long dramatic shows son of Jacksonville spent the |i iI Gum 1 1Lb, APPLES
NOW Compatible system of color tele- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dave j I RADIO SERVICENext I
I "KI .U''T THEATRE," "Ll'X I I Green. 'I
Every RCA Victor Color TV set \ision pioneered and tle\f loped -la. ;
( VIDEO: THEATRE," "STl'DIO. We are glad to hear that Mrs DROPS 29C ARC

j.. a tremendousalue, Ix-rau it'. : by KCA \lCTOH.ow I Effle; Hodge is home from Doctors '- j I Door To Nasworthy's 5th
ONE": "KAISER ALVMINt'M Hospital where she has been | .
I ,
just like owning t\\0 sets in one. you ran get Spectacular I very ill for the past few weeks
( We are happy to welcome into I
lou rm-he all the color program value at a price once paid for I' PHONE 198 Redeem Your I S No. 1 While Bulk
our community and Mrs. J. H.
I and the 90 minute "PROD[ CER.S I,
Sullivan and family. The Sulli- Ih
Proctor & Gamble
LOWEST SHOWCASE" "ill be telecast in vans moved here from Gainesvilleand j POTATOES 3c

have five children all of COUPONS HERE!
color, well of the other
as as I
PRICED' many : school age. They are residing in Equipped for all kinds of

popular shows "BIG SUR- the W. N. Lawhorne house.A I radio and television repair Giant Size Package Fresh Crisp Calif.

BIG COLORTV 1'RIxE." "THIS IS TOPS LHTV advantages number of of the our School citizens Music took work. 67CWITH 2/b cello bag
course offered at the First Baptist -
TERRY: COMO: ," and "sTE\E: :I Church in Starke last week EXPERT SERVICE I

ALLEN. Some evenings will Those who earned an award were I II i Sc COUPON
II Mrs. J. C. Harrell, James Har: REASONABLE PRICES I Fresh

Enjoy as much as thaw hours of rell. Mrs. H. C Douglas Mrs. C (.iiant Size Package Ih

I B. Stallmgs, Kay: Elsey Coy Edwards i' Give Us A Trial POLE BEANS 19C
I Reft VICTOR I nest 1traKt Color TV, and there will be some
i PrrS'ottIso, Gary Elsey, and Frances I Li 4C
attending of
IA ; colorery day and e\ening. In part
minvos I the week were Mrs. Eva Harrell i I
n Flame Red Tokay
the new 1957 color line, KCA Doris Kelley and Tom Stewart WITH 5c COITOX
I NOTICE: The Brooker WMS I< Ib
Vi tor has ten ill fl'rl'nt 1".10'1"1 business and program meetingwill Giant Size Detergent GRAPES 10CSALE

with 21 finishes from whidi) tonoose i iI be Tuesday night Oct !9, at COLONIALFLORIST
I I @ I the Brooker Baptist Churl at 53C

F < a 'I.t and a price to fitcery ',

7:30.The Sunbeam Band and !the, --- Frozen Food ---

V I home.MIITIIERDS. I Girls Auxiliaries will meet :-it :

M1 I . 'I p. m. Saturday afternoon at the ,
I/ri : : : : TV Has a omplete: Bird! > e Brand
"- ginned Church.
I CUT CORN 10-oz 2 for 29c
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-ied line of Ja."idor Color and i We are glad to hear that Ralph I ,
,-ed finuhM.el iI JANEPARKER
I Nettles is home from the w
i 21CS781. Wandhite ...1... Come in and in Jacksonville hospita' j Iirde\e! BrandGREEN
after about two ,
: '
I $495.00 see them today, and arrange fora !I weeks stay.Stanley (j) i PEAS 2 For 2?c

iF F and Kenneth Green left DELicors r

fie home demonstration.Originators Monday to start their naming y I Birdeye BrandBUTTER

'- ...-_ : of "In-the-hiime-re- for employment Railway. with the Seaboard I FLOWERSFor I _. BEANS 10 oz pk, 2 for 35c
I All Occasions

NOW-PUT THE CITING NEW .:_:.":,".:,.:. t::..... ,.__. Ii.iirs." :xIU,rilERIVS TI.I. the Mrs. Thomas Hamilton and APPLE IJirde> e BrandLEAFY
'" <0 children are I
visiting parentsMr. DISH GARDENS
WORLD OF COLOR TV INTO best equipped :1.IIdl..t qualified to and Mrs. M. L. lcLeod, in! I SPINACH, 11 ozpk, 2 for 29c

YOUR HOME AT LOW com I Black-and-White Color Atlanta. Ga i jMrs POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY

sen ice jour set in the home. Florrie Hamilton of Bradi i PIES N/1r11 NIIe1r MN
1 ie RCA Victor AMiick brings you :S1 -.
enton :is spending! thit'ek: 'Ii ,
", ..;L< pf rieiccble "Lir lg Color"c. This will !Ix' increasingly I important ; / 's
.1 Mr. and :Mrs. l ,
Z. W Hamilton:! s s III/r :
,- c"h'r that's real natural! !** i Flowers JriredArrYlchere
Ultll "l.'f Last Sunday they all vis.ted: Tran.1
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G-ir.e Mis Ritth Townsend i iL'ikfButler. 4CG w sur ewer a w
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Color TV receives shoesin t
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for UMF. .r"F VHF tuner optional,ealra. like hcv.-g : sets ,m II '11'l:: : Mr a-vl MT M Nona St. Starke Starke Fla.r I

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I Programs Are Held I\Vedding Waycross Children's Committee i!II Council DisagreesOn Heads Farm Bureau

CirclesPlans Set By Georgia Girl
ByVSCS i Frank Manella. field representative -

I for a study course and II II'ered III And JackVainwright of the Florida Children's Appointments -
II Commission, will be guest speakei
I dish luncheon on Oct. i
()\ when the Bradford County Children iC"ltini.t' < :! 10m! Pi,I.:. I
I announced when Circle 1
15 were :
I s Committee meets Monday
Methodist WSCS : ..! 'I!' '
of the First nl"'romE'rs'neg. i": >i \ o -
Oct. 8, in the Methodist recrea-
I met Tuesday morning in the education lost out to Clark Mi.I i I" i: ,'
t on I'liiltling! Dr. A. Y. Covingtun '
building with Mis C E Hazen Lawson was litrc-f- :
Gladys Mooty will (discuss health problems p
Johns and Mrs. S. G. Denm.tt ,i-- Councilman in the ei t> t:" _
Phone 35Education I in the c.unty.Elementary.
hostesses.A month.

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,_t...sir. S- rttS I. I week of Prayer and Sell Denial Noegel and Andrews -,::':> ,

I I was also announn-il .-t.ti t III!, PTAThe the nomination of Vic' Fre. '

DepartmentOf Miss Estelle Green, I Oct 15. Mrs. H. C. I ltdl had i i chasing agent for HI' : .

\ Club Sets Harold S. Stringer : charge of the program. review ,ui Starke Elementary PTA Gold Corp.
will meet. Tuesday night at 7:30
book. Mis- I..a\\soil's Ui..u..t'tl
in the study
To \Ved In December ; chapter o'clock m the school CafetoriumThe
Program For MeetingThe r Amy Cobum gave the de\'otumal( program under the hea'.th "We should appoint in,.."

and Mis. T. II. Slade, leader. e ,.ndm -, to the post who know- 'n

Department of Education of .ted the business session : .tti (committee will present "How the thing about such things :\ ..-.;" 1 _
Woman's Club. under :r: ,..._ School Protects the Child Physic- L _
the Starke CII, Il'S 2 and 3 met Monda\ ally"with Mrs Jack Parker, argued and set the tenoi i''i.,

Mrs. K L. Matthews, chairman, \ 3 o'clock in the education split by:: declaring "It ttu' ;i" ":pu'" .
Foster Shi Smith. cochairman r afternoon health Mrs. .
and had wanted Lawson
building for a joint pro- in a ,1 m
1 be seived
Refreshments b\
will present a timely and devotional conducted b\ post they would have elected sun stMrrtarj-tn-asunT; J, II. helI. president ; / \\', Hamilton \ II'
theMK lal
rogram at the October meeting Mrs gram E K Perryman on the sub- c him to the City Council The llrt'% I"'nt. :Mamlmg. l-r. are I'hillillI.lrthwau.: rostershj: Smith,

next Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: ii jet of Pueito Rico. people have already turned him Dr. s. K. Mario. t'. U: Bradford. \V. S. Siblc->' and Titus Olson.

o'clock in the club house business out and we are not being fair
During the separate Hazen Is
will several | to them by putting him in this
Miss Mara Payne sing meeting, Circle 2, with Mrs J Farm Bureau Names Chiefs
I ;
solos accompanied by Mrs K. J H Fields leader, made plans for 1 1I I post.

G Duncan at the piano. and a :, the October luncheon ofI Claik defended Lawson's nomination -
serving I Head Council
"Election Are ReelectedThree
comedy skit the Children's Committee. Mrs by saying. "Lawson was

Day Bridge Game" will be presented J. F. MeCombna hostess. I ,-. one of the most competent coun-

by eight members of the I conducted i Continued from Page One* cilnien in the city. He has made, officers of the Farm l urt'auwrt' re-i-lech-d! for'
3 meeting
i At the Circle I Mr and Mrs T A Barrow ol
dub. Also on the program will be by the leader, Mrs. L. J. Ga the, him to find out If the engagement -
Wavcross announce
Mrs." Ruby Johns recently chosen i Green plans were made for serv- I ot their claught.'i Eunice responsible would make a number one man' directors was chosen at a joint med ing of I the Farm Bureau

BPW Woman of the Year who'' of Commerce "It it appeals the ity has actedwrongly. for the job or I wouldn't have and I Cattlemen'so iation.
the Chamber
ing Carol. to Jack Man u.s Wamwlight "
will give a short talk urging ."' Thomas said. 'I will nominated him i,
Titus I J. R.
banquet in November Mrs. son of11'. and Mis T Kelly was returned as'
women to vote.Hostesses be the first to recommend it be Other members of the Boarr" I
Olson and Mis. R. II. Russell L. Wainwright of Lawtey. president of the Bureau. Z. W

for the meeting will I gave excerpts from the Mission I : made good." of Bond Trustees are R. F. Hamilton as vice president and F Farmer Groups
be Mrs. Bertha Pearce chairman.Mrs. I Study book. Mis. JV.. Andrew I Miss Barrow is a graduate l'urt'hail1 Plan ] Demoiest and George Flynn. I.. Waterson as secietan-tieasui-
Waycross Senior High t i
: H. C. Ritch, Mrs. L. D. was hostess. Sl'hOOl.l.J I Council members discussed the er.

Haines, Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Mrs. I and is presently : instituting of a purchasing system Other directors elected
December 22 the date chosen Dunence Pontiac Cadillac in..|: Bus Is WreckedBy at the Push Drive For
Mrs. Eva is
the while
Emma: for city deploringthe steak dinner meeting were Titus

Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. It.K ,''I by Miss Estelle Green daughterof Miss Myrtle Reynolds Wajvross. I i financial situation the cityis Olson Dr. S. R. :Marco Foster Shi
Mr. and Mrs. \V, II. Green of A Bradford County High School Horse On 301
Edmondson. Mrs. L. N. Pickering -
Honored At ShowerMrs. in. Smith, Walter Sibley. C R Bradford : l.

Mrs. D. L. Silcox, and Mrs. Law ley for her marriage to graduate.. Wainwright attended I Though they took no actionS i and Phillip Maitmeau Woods\ Fire Unit

Lloyd Green.Wesleyan. Harold S. Stringer son of JesseD. I Bert McMaines entertainedat the University of Florida at on setting up a system all of the Skillful driving by a Greyhound Wayne :Mixon State Farm Bu-
Stringer of Jacksonville and Gainesville. He served for three
a delightful miscellaneous 'members seemed to be in favorof bus driver was credited with saving leau organization director in
Membfis II< t the C.lltlt'm./o A-
Mrs. Louis Burman of Baltimore, years with the U. S. Army, andis :
Guild Units shower Wednesday evening of now employed by General such a proposal. Councilman 15 passengers from injury as 'speaking to the group advocatedan soi ution and F.uni Buir.t.i tt,>,>K
week for Miss Myrtle Rey- the bus smashed into a horse' '
Md.The I Andrews inquired about steps foi : organized legislative program
steps at their Fia t-
meeting : : \
Serve As HostessesTo setting will be the Heil- nolds whose marriage to Theodore Motors Acceptance. Corporationin I setting up of such a program : early Tueday morning and careened :, be pushed by the farm organiza- push the issue of forest pi<'tec turn.

bronn Baptist Church and a Young will be an event of Oct. Waycross.The I immediately. : into a ditch. ,, tions.
Seminar for Bradfard .
District reception will be held afterwardsat couple have planned the !I County.The
14. I City Clerk Carl Johns explained I' Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown i "It would be a great service for I II
the home of Mrs. Gladys Gas- wedding for Oct. 28 at the Cen- Farm Bureau agreed ill put
Methodist Wesleyan Service The :McMaines: home on S. I that the first step would be tO said the bus operator "had to be !I us and people as a whole if our
kins. Xo invitations are being tral Baptist Church Waycross, | S100 into an advertising piogiam
and two were Monroe Street was lovely with I j obtain an inventory of supplies i a good driver to hold the bus voice can be heard" he said.
Units one i
Guilds sent, but all friends and relativesare with a reception in the educational to Keep the issue befoie the public -
: after hit the horse The bus
hostesses at the Wesleyan Servce arrangements of pink roses and from all of the departments. i it I The cattlemen appointed a committee I
invited. building of the church | "if no other funds are foith-
Guild District Seminar at the coral vine placed at points of after the I this point it was brought out that II | was headingfor St. Petersburgwhen ;I to study the possibility and coming." in the event otht"groups

First Methodist Church on Sun- The bride-elect is now employed interest in the party rooms. In ceremony.All i the city now keeps little surplus the animal ran in front of feasibility of a program for sawing1'
at the Florida National Bank in friends and lelatives of the i it about two miles north of join in the campaign
I the dining room, the refreshmenttable i supplies on hand as well as having I sileage for feed

day.The 35 Guild visitors! from theGainesville Jacksonville.. Stringer is alsopmplo'ed was overlaid with a hand- couple are invited to attend. : little money in the bank toi! Starke on U.S. 301. i| "A large amount of feed has I members expenditure said*,o they the will cost\ limit ot om the

District were seatedin I in Jacksonville with the made lace cloth and centered meet the bills. Brown said damage to the bus been wasted in the last two
ad the
in Telegraph.
a group at the 11 o'clock I Gulf Oil Corporation. with a crystal punch bowl Talk On Asia Held | "With no money and no sup- was estimated at about S3.000. i i months by the rain and weather" The Cattlemen's! ASMK! :.ut.i,,

church service and afterwards enjoyed around which was ararnged fern 'plies how have you been getting None of the passengers was injured Pat Miller said. '! u
Guild I
a luncheon in the Education Birthdays Celebrated I interspersed with handmade roses|, !i Wesleyan ':I; along" W H. (Billy) Xoegel but the driver was hurt i Miller revived a proposal sug-, pledged ad. to pay for one nev-p..j'I i

Building with the local Guild and silver wedding bells. Over the i I Mrs. R. S. :Mullins. assisted by ; asked. Johns replied that with on the hand. Bested: two years ago under which ,

members. The U-shaped luncheon By Starke Children table were hung large white wedding 'I Mrs. Louis Hillendahl, entertainedthe the services it is necesary to The accident occurred about !'I the Soil Conservation Service or''r Foster Shi Smith tola the n.. ,r-

table was graced down the cen- Mrs. Ovid Bennett de- bells. |, Wesleyan Service Guild. Unit ; offer it is difficult to keep a I ::15 and another bus came to pick :some other group would maintain ;i ii bers that they could not lest the

ter with coral vine, and the speak- 1'ghtful birthday party gave: Saturday a Mrs. Fred Leonhard of Keystone I 2, Tuesday evening at theIul- surplus. the passengers up about ....30.Forester's i!personnel and equipment for chop- drive for protection against finest -

ers' table held a handsome arrangement Heights and Mrs. T. A. lins1 home on W. Weldon St. I Johns said that the Cit ys' I ping and storing sileape. j: fires just because they had l
Sept. 29. at her hore on W. South '
achieved their
of roses in shades of Yawn Jr. greeted guests at the : finances received a set back bv He said many of the smaller i, goal of getting the
Street for her the
pink. son Randy who door and Mrs Blake Jackson Mrs. Henry Godwin gave paying for improvements on two Report farmers cannot afford their )i!,question on the ballot in :No\em:
own '
i was celebrating his fourth anni- devotion and the 12 members read :
Following the luncheon the i presided at the punch bowl. Also highways.The eouipment and would be aided by ber.The
\ersary. "Prayer for Missions" in unison. i ,I
group adjourned to the sanctuary assisting Mrs. McMaines in serving new (chairman Hazen. has! such a program. | two organizations aIlingwith ;

where Rev. Donald Kokomoor I The 14 little guests played ,: was her daughtl'r.Irs.. A Mrs J, R. Hixon presented the been on the Council since January Notes Increase In I The committee, composed of the Soil Conservation District

games in the yard during the afternoon I program, "Volcanoes of Southeast when he to Miller sponsored petitions to obtain Flor-
gave the devotion and Mrs. Paul Ballantine of Jacksonville Beach I Ii was appointed replace Olson Martmeau and Hamilton -
and received favors of Asia, with Mrs. Wayne j L. O. I '. iaa Forest Service protection fir
Hazen He elected
Bridges, president of Unit One The honoree received many i was will study the proposal and
and Mrs. R. S. Mullins, presidentof I blowers and baskets of candy. Ice i Haines and Mrs. Brad Locke tak- last month for a full term i report their Bradford woods. Last month they
lovely and useful gifts from the I Use Of ServiceExpanded I findings at the next :
Unit Two gave welcomingtalks. cream and cake were served at 30 guests an d i Mrs. McMainesalso I ing part. receiving the highest number of meeting.VOlLL. achieved their goal of signing

the conclusion of the party. Mrs. Mullins president. conducted votes in the election. : owners of 50 per cent of Bradford
the bride-to-be i
gave .
Mrs. F. J. Shaw assisted her the business session and ask- The members I
Mrs. J. II. Elrod of Palatka. personal gift. I agreed: to follow participation in the land.The

district chairman, presided over daughter in serving the little ed members to bring to the next I the customary practice of lettingthe Farm Forestry project in this area brook LOVE the new Ester- I I Bradford County Commissioners
the afternoon meeting where several guests. meeting discarded nylon stockings:I chairman appoint the city was noted as Farm Forester Don I' purse-size fountain pens ii' agreed to place the it.su

skits on the work of the Guild Miss Carol JenningsIs tc be given to the Lowell Institutefor committees which will be subject pastel.hadesOnly $2.58 at Bradford on the ballot in the November
II I Champion presented his annual report -
their handicraft work. I to approval to the full j i County Telegraph. general election.
were presented. Lois Kaufmann celebrated her Honored At DanceMiss coun- I to the Bradford County Com-
Saturday Unit 1 of the Guild has asked cil later.
11th birthday anniversary I 1 I missioners Monday.

Executive BoardThe evening from six to nine Carol Jennings was hon- the members of Unit 2 to be their j To be appointed are three members -I i
The which includes St.
13 in to the !
o'clock with a weiner roast for ored at a delightful dance given guests at a party on Nov. street maintenance Johns and Bradford Counties for WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE

executive board of the 18 of her friends. The guests en- by her parents. Dr. and :Mrs. the education building. The Weekof committee, three to the saniation the between
period October 1955
and follow- eveningat Prayer, Oct. 25-31 was discussed. commute one to the fire commit- I
Baptist WMU met Monday eveningat joyed games dancing Lloyd Jennings Saturday
the church with the president ing refreshments. the Woman's Club building. I tee three to the rules, laws and and ber October 1956 showed the num- I. THE WINNER

Mrs. W. B. Mundy. presiding. Arrangements of gold magnolia Mrs. Titus Olson of Circle 3, [i ordinances committee and three of woodland owners given I,
i to the management assistance increased
at the meeting i parks and beautification
Literature for the new year was Judy Dankel, who was 16 years leaves, intermingled with yellow who was present to assist I committee. about 36 per cent over last year. Of The PFAFF
asked Sewing
given; each member. The meetingwas chrysanthemums were placed at Center
old on Saturday, celebrated the occasion members of Circle 3 in servingand I I This was an increase of 29
adjourned with sentence the
ers. pray- by taking several of her vantage building points for the throughout occasion. The preparing for the Chamber of :Board Rules Out I owners, from 79 to 108. (;Jainest'ille.) Florida

iriends, Elissa Stefanelli Virginia Commerce dinner which will beheld i According to the report over a
I Jean Darby and Sylvia Paulk to mantel in the lounge was a focal Nov. :i half-million seedlings were plant-

Junior \Vomen the U. of F. football game in point with a long arrangementof I' ]5. A on committee Thursday from evening.Unit 2 was Voting MachinesFor I led in the two counties during the SCRAMBLED WORD CONTEST
roses and gold magnolia
yellow '
Gainesville. accompanied I
They were
The Junior Woman's Club will I leaves balanced by yellow candlesin appointed for this occasion. past year. Champion. in noting

meet Monday. Oct. 8. at 8 p. m. by Mr. and Mrs. Nat Dan- silver holders. Mrs. Titus Olson closed the November i that 568,440 seedlings were plant- Mrs. Fede S.

in the club building.Miss kel. The group returned to the meeting with prayer. The host- :led said this figure does not in- Strickland
The refreshment table in the (Continued from Page One)
Dankel home after the game ;
Louise Stern civic chair- esses served refreshments during ,i elude those planted by large pulp Route 2 Box
birthday cake and sunroom was covered with yellow starke. Florida
man, is in charge of the program.She hamburgers the social hour. Last month a proposal to financethe companies.
linen with ruffled
will present a film entitled ice cream. cloth organdy purchase of voting machines | Under the project in which 12- Mrs Strickland has been
I around the sides. The ruffles were presented a
"Your Community." Films of the -- with $30000 from race track 220 acres of woodland were involved -

variety show will also be shown. Richard Wainwright was host to caught at intervals with prays of I Mrs. Johns EntertainsFor funds met with stiff opposition 562,000 board feet of timber New Adler 186 Portable Sewing Machine
gold lame ribbon leaves. Center-I
Hostesses for the evening will j his neighborhood friends Monday ing the table was a birthday cake Daughter, Fiance i'from School Superintendent Harmon and 1,020 cords of pulpwoodwere I

be Mrs E. A. Yancev. chairman e\enmg at a weiner roast in celebration I Morgan. He maintained that marked for selling while I
I icei in yellow. with yellow birth-
Miss Lillian Stump Miss Carolyn I i I of his ninth birthday an- Mr adIrs.. S. R. Johns en- the loss of the school board's 429.000 board feet of timber and ,
day candles and flanked by dur-
Keen. :\IrsIilo Seigler. Mrs i!,I niversarv.Mrs tel tamed at a delightful buffet share of this money, or $10.000 1.779 cords of pulpwood were sold

Frow Strickland Mrs M. A. Urq- alite candle holders and epergnettes -, supper Saturday evening at their would mean that "we'll have to' under recommended practices. Hurry! '
filled with small
hart and Mrs. Mack Futch.PARK. E. J. hwab. assistedby and pompoms. yellow roses: home on Washington St. hon- ,shut down the schools" "The city folks are finding out DON T WAIT I

Mrs A.V.. Anderson Sr. oring their daughter. Miss Ann I :Morgan: said of the commission- about this free service," Cham-

I' gave a party Tuesday afternoon A grand march preceded the Johns and her fiance. Zachary ers' action Monday, "If it's a mat- pion said, "and are requesting ornamental Used
i dancing which was enjoyed by I i Crawford following their wedding Car Prices Are Going ..
lor Anna Ruth Sihwab on the occasion ter of a few hundred dollars it's assistance. It is a valuable Up Our

of her eighth birthday anniversary. the 160 guests during the party ,! rehearsal. 'not woith arguing,: about but I am source of information and i' Prices Are Still Low
hours 7:30: to 11 o'clock.
I I I The buffet table was overlaid for them in for their
I i opposed to the idea of diverting help caring i
I Assisting Mrs. Jennings in serving with a beautiful handmade linen 19.33 PONTIAC. H.T. U&I1 W.W
w Tires
STA-RKE FLA. The 15 guests enjoyed games i money for anything. I think the !;|shade trees.
and refreshments and sucker fa- |i her daughter's guests were I cutwork cloth and centered witha !schools are more important than 1 Champion also outlined some of'' 1951 OLDS .1 1 Dr. Radio, 2-Tone Paint

Mrs Lex Gieen. Mrs. W. B. Parks five-branched antique candelabra i I 1 1950 FORD
'vors during the party hours. I machines. the activities he has participated i Radio. Low Priced

Sunday. Monday Tuesday Mrs Frank Jones of Keystone I holding burning tapers. On : :Morgan said it looked as though in during the year. "One forestry 1918 OLDS, 4 Dr, Radio, Good Motor
I Heights Mrs. G. J. Me'Griff Sr. I the buffet was a modern arrangement -
7. S. 9 I the schools and hospital were being demonstration was held stressing 1917 CAD. CoOE'eQ'ones Dream
I Mrs. G. J. Car
McGnff Jr. and Mrs of white gladioli and light
DOUBLE FEATURE Y. A. Harris. ; asked to help buy the Coun- ,,, the importance of naval stores ALSO MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM
in a silver -
GLORY i j yellow chrysanthemums I 'ty Commissioner's machines for:1 i I and a talk and movies shown to a

I antique fruit bowl flankedby /" them. I Scout troop." He said he assisted Good Credit, No Money Down, Is All
IS SlTEKsCorE candles in low silver
BaptistVl1U Holds yellow Funds Increase "with two tours of the projectarea You Need At
Margaret (riSricn and Wal holders.
The commissioners argued that one showing the different
tee Itrennan Covered Dish MeetThe The 16 included members (
guests "
i the track funds .forestry practices being earned
race received in
AND i of the wedding party, the immediate -, Bradford Wholesale
business and program meeting | families, and out-of-town I the county increased by several ,ton, and the other showing I!; the var-

The Law vs. Billy of the Baptist \\' IU met i I I thousand dollars every year, so the I ious points of interest." I 133; \ Temple A ,

I Mr and Mrs Joseph S. Walker I guests. School Board would not actually Bradford has had a farm forester > e. Tel. 3jg
Tuesday beginning 12 noon Mr and Mrs. Johns
The Kid Jr. of Starke announce the birth with a covered dish luncheon.The I,, Assisting '. i i be having their funds cut any. for two years and recentlythe Across: From Courthouse Starke. VIa
in serving were Mrs. J. W. nomI -
IS nnlIH.cm"ith : : I of a son Joseph Stevens Walker :1 Landon demonstrated the machines' ;' County Commissioners agreedto
meeting was presided over caid, Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mrs. j jI
I Doctor's -
Mott llr.tdy and 15tta *t. III. on Sept. 27 at I ,' operation to the commis- :, include Clay in the project to
i Walker the former by the president. Mrs. W. B Mundy -I Del Colley. and Mrs H. C. Brown
Mrs. is
pital. St. Johns and Bradford. Under
John :sioners and listed as its advantages join -
i of the State Five past presidents of the I \
I'luartixm fur Children Jimmie Moncnef WMU : 11 Ease of operation. 2)) this set-up the operation costs HERB THOMAS DRIVE INN
were guests. Miss
Circle 4 WSCS
|, Farm. :i Impossibility of casting a voided 6300. but the three counties, will

Wed. Thurs Od 1(1.( 11 Mr. and Mrs Sam McCauley 'Clair Jean Mundy gave an interesting i I ballot. 3)) Immediate returns. rut up only 40 per cenf while theFlorida

1)OU1lLIFEA1'UUE: : j\ Oakland Calif., former Brooker talk on "What Summer I Due to a conflict in dates with
I After the balloting is completed Forest Se\i' <- fair.-n: > RESTAURANTOpen
I residents announce the birth of J Youth Camp Meant to Me." "another organization. Circle Four
Trouble In The Glen 1 Landon said a seal in the back is the remainder.EAGLES.
1;'a son. Michael Edwin on Sept The installation or officers for | of the lethodlSt'SCS met Tues- broken and the results of the

IN Tin ('C1.l.Cm '! 22.Ir.. McCauley is stationed i the coming year was conducted by ,day night at the Recreation 'election are immediately available '7 A M To 3 I'.M ;5:30: P.M. To 10 P .M.

\\ M.irjrant: IA.d.nuud OrsonV1I with the Navy In Oakland. i.Irs. Emma Lamoreaux president :building. Mrs W. B. Thompson

\\ .". and r\>rr '..t Tu krr The Bradford County Hospital I: of the New River Association. i had charge of the program, en- Commissioner H. A. Bishop Jr. CURH SERVICE 11 A M TO :3} P.M
was especially interested in this
ANDMONSTER the births: I ttled. "Hands Full of Power
announces following A short program was given by 4
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny William I i the Lorena Epperson Circle with,I'' Mrs. B. L. Moxley and Mrs feature. saying that in the past Meals .. Sandwiches -- Ice Cream
the has received "bad
i county publicity"
Jackson of Starke. a son. Gary' Mrs. F. J. Shaw leader. Those/:Clarence Taylor were hostesses.
With ,\nnc Himlx-11 \ Stuart Wad. \ from the fact that daily
Lynn. Sept. 26. taking part were Mrs. S. E '
1'lus Cartoon for KiiN newspapers the morning after
i Mr and Mrs. Carl Randolph I ,Sparks, Mrs. M. F. Hazen and I 1 Hospital Auxiliary
elections listed Bradford baring
as -
Mosley of Lawtey. a son Carl]I Mrs Shaw

Fri. Sat Oct. 12.: 13: Randolph Mosley. Jr.. Sept. 27. i iIr. I The Hospital Auxiliary will "no return." 26thAnniversary THE TWIN'S DRIVE INN
I said there
DOnn.1FITl'la: : : -- ::\ and :ilrsCharles: Herbert Landon is no possibility -
meet Thursday. Oct. 11 at 3:30
To Honor Teachers I
Sutton of Hawthorne i: of fraud on these machines.
The Tall Texan a son. i! o'clock in st. Mark's Parish
Charles Nathan S.pt- 26. A representative of the Auto- OPEN FROM 3 P.M. TO 1 A.M
With Llod anti Mario i iI | House with the president Mrs
Bri.ll:''' 1 Members of the senior Starke matic Voting Machine Co. of
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Richard

W ind..or Starling of Lawte '. a daughter.. I Woman's Club plan to entertain I Steve Simmons, presiding. All Jamestown. X. Y. had been invited Barrel Root Beer .. Sandwiches .- Sundaes
members and I
ANDThe honoring the teachers and school j anyone interestedin
Dt-bra Jean. Sept. 26. I to the commission meeting but

Farmer Takes A Mr and Mrs. Foster Randall officers on Monday evening. Oct joining are asked to attend. did not appear. Sodas -- Banana Splits

15. at S o'clock in the club house. SALEOCT5
H.i\os of Hampton. a son Sept. 1

Wife 29. jWorld Communion CARD OF TII.\XI\. .
-- Special I
With Betty t.r. >leIV Mr and Mrs. William James l.tKlti. : We wish to expressi: :
TTC1INKOI.OK: .'i:>;.or of Starke. a son, Bruce A bake sale will be held in frontof \ The First Methodist Church a appreciation for the rt'" r .".

This Color Cartoon and Serial (;Jregurv. Oct. 1. Barksdale's Dept. store on W. member of the World Council of flowers and many: onr! X.-.'!- 16th Non-Fattening( (Very Low Calory) MILK SHAKES

..... Chaptrr( No. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gillard Call Street Saturday mornin? by ''Chuches. will join in the observance nesses extended to us ,r '_,:.: See Them Made For Perfect DietingI

,.. N''innn.', Jr. of Starke. a daugh- the Presbyterian Women of the of Worldwide Communion recent bereavement The :_in.:'.
.. .
'- --- -.- : : : .- '- ::,- -f ter Tei'.a: Kay, Oct. 2. ('hum ch. i this Sunday at 11 am. of Wm S. Parker.





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:A01KKi F'-LI' \ \\ tl-\\) r'h I I' i NOTICE TO APPEAR
", .. Jackie Colley Linda Johns and Bradford Girl Is :-. ht it l.v 1-=.x.'n Ui.it it!,' I riiMiM-r: NO. it -mi:iu:>sU.I. \ In Circuit (Court Bradford CoontT, !t'. ,. I I.
Gail Duke were home for the t 1/-/; > 'it : ;k> .I'nl 1"-1',1.- < I H.-'y.! i ;l-k I < .v.l H.i:! Florida In ('kaaeery.i. X .- F.. I d.,
.. .. .. .. . .. \\ and fie! the original! In the office '?
Airline Hostess t r. 1'1'1..1 1 f. : the '* -urrel! 11 I I Ia. li 1 M( : : ': II i.li. !1'" I I' .0.' .t" i
weekend from FSU. .. .. ..
i "i I. h ill Tut-dax N; | 1 t < ,4 the Clerk of the Circuit Co..rt i>n rr
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathers- ., t t .\ 1 It> r "i'.. in tile tarl''u'I ruri: \( "I' \u. T-Mimrit: : -. \ > 1 .!j. '. .i..v : :\ .
la..II..r.1 "'"unty. FI"I- -M.iria! \\" egu't' Ii iii'L: i. 1 N of Ire To Appear otherwise the allegations of aM
were vlltinglr.. and Mrs \11.1:1.? .I'! .!.n* ..1".11. I it. uU'iila T \\ ':..i .. i.nt: <'inn'..n- \ih..v. Complaint will be taken as c\ r.fes--
William Funk in Jacksonville 1'111:11\1': ''' \o. i-1.\\\ \111. :\ .- )M..Jx 1"t." ( t'-: :.i'R: ....tt.."i .!1.1.i .. .t-.I ...i.--!.i.I' ed by )9u.
d'&d5 1.. Water- Clerkilma; I I'IUII\I': "r \-111\11111..1'1 i: : v' v i .' ". i This notice shall be published on( e
Sunday. \ B ll.t-, ,, -1'u \ ,, each week f. four n n'r.\e
i .t. Bhf. Mary Ai- 7.: w. lIall1l\'II.\ < '! rk I.". !II.! I r: h.
Attending the Methodist Klon- r> dr. f. Hulifit K. 1'in-i. :, ':.Ht: II .Mrll'.t II I ;;, u. l..h, T 1 i I You are hereby notified that a seeks( m the Ur.uKurd Count) Ic.c-
i i. I Ufddi-h and J",",,'> l>. H.IM. In' .. i' graph.lntai.
(jt. I il' i
d.i Layman's Conference in Lee.-- I n-p-< torIMCM -. r\ 111" .. ,.. r,... In the 1.1, '. . .
I . i I-1 I "I th. i IS: ( .I! M-\ has been filed against you : \
will be "I I ",. :i-NOIt III \1\h|: '. ,.. ., ... .,. I .
burg Friday to Sunday II <.I./ :-- : I I' "I I:: .J' d '.t''t. 'above named Court and cause and I( weal) Charles A Dartv.CUrk
._ _ __ v. .. .... M. W. Lance U. S. Mullir- !. '! -lx. Jr. it.i\ .1..r l ;,. .1-1.( .<1.. 'Ii- u" "" 1 ; \1' .. you are required to serve a : of the Circuit! Court
'M ird> nht; < l.ik. Th. 1T 1- it'FFt. 'I UU!. sIll.t: copy of your answer or oleadlns! to Ivy )I.c."n L. (L"'rc-iy.: Deputy Clerk
Gilbert and Ray Goldwire. T H ,.!k'llK.ltlllf." .I ,\ :M..II-1I .. .. .
'r. '
Mrs F D Kev of Madison Mrs Carl Lamar Johns suffered i : 'L.t, .,.u. .\utinK A J i the complaint: ( :i tit TUintlff: ;
the weekend with Mi and a hioken toe Saturday Slade, Lou Hillendahl \\'al: -t \l.ttti M. M.MU.I'I, Sh.llo -
spent( she struck her foot Sibley. Ovid Lewis. Ch.isk- \1 try Kil t \V'.ittt t-..II. i'1 .a.ui -
'-In,. Brad Locke. e"t'mnghpn Bradford. Du-w \ .iml 1 K'aiit: 1I..li.!! .n.t>
Mr and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and against a haIr at home. James Claude I d/ 111>1'" t..r, T9 UNIVERSAL STUDIOS
of Jacksonville and Mr. Mrs J. J. Fitzgerald of New Reddish and Merrill Stl uth. ruiMT. : 'II. ::'-". n inni "1 tOItit :
family Kinnt-i < ict i day i I.6 i ;
children POI is this Mr. and Mrs Shep Faber and I V
and spending
and Mrs. T- L. Stevens I I '-' nit night I it rk i:.tt- x
Gainesville were Sunday month with her daughter, family are moving this weekend nt Kn.ttin. )I 1 1, ni', .tK. SPECIAL ADVERTISING OFFER
Irs'l .1 1 \ "I'aik.i I r: I It J n.-.
Hutto and M. F. Brown. from the corner of Christian and .. .. t\
visitors of Mrs. L. S. I II I X.; B. I S, ? I I' : ..I-.II .II .IMai a
Capt. C. B. Starling of Doctor's Pratt streets to their new home I git: I 1. >. hat !I' i .1.-
family. A beautiful 8x10 Oil Colored
Mrs. Charles Hardy and children Lake was visiting his sister, Mrs. in Gainesville. Mr. Faber i- -it t tPltCltf t-: 'ro. t.mulct.I

Saturday and Sunday :Maxie Carter, Sr., last Thursday i tending the U. of F. i. .1 Krazit i. t'Iik, I Inii. ; n
( v ',"1 I IMIIIIIIK-\ -in'ii.i'! ,:: .iii'l! i
Mrs. G. E. eening. Bill Costello BHS Allie:"i an .
with her I I Jl' fit Itll.UI |I't-p'| f"r- Portrail of You Your Child
:Mrs.V.. E. MiJdleton.) accom-i or
McCauley in Palatka.Mr. History instructor has been nil-- rui.iixr. : \o. s-- \'11'11" ,
and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsof panied by :Mrs. Mae Jones and j ed to Virginia by the illnevi! < i >> H M.x" n 'lh i:,.It. i' I. :
I I.: all .M I 1t.III'oI".1| .1I .1I '
Wesconnet and D. S. Dansbyof Mrs. E. L. Patten of Jacksonvilleleft Mrs. Costello who has been visiting .I r

Panama City were Saturday Wednesday to visit Mrs. I relatives there. I Family Groups

Mrs. R. O. Middleton's son and daughter-in- ..a It's A Fact !
visitors of Mr. and Lt. Col.\ and Mrs J A Grift in'
law Mr. and Mrs E. I* [jddle-I :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- I
Dansby.Mr. and
: '
and Mrs. Charlie Parkerof ton Melbourne: for a few days. worthy had Sunday dinner with 1. Accidents, jolts, strains' FOR $$1 9S .\ SI0.00:

Cocoa will spend the weekend Mrs. J. A. Howe has returned ] Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Coker in and bruises produce !spinal niisalignmenis l ONLY \AI.fE: !

Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family. to her home in Miami after Fnends >f Miss Joan Stephen- which in turn produce -
with Jacksonville.
Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr. of spending several weeks with her .1. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Mr. son. a rormer student ot BHS nrne prr+,urr.. i ( Extra Charge for (Group-; ;)

the Mrs. A. Newsome. will be to know that
was visiting daughter R. j:) interested
Hardy families here the first Mrs. Izona Bradley of Miamiis I and Mis. Douglas Hardy and she is now employed as a :stewardess 2. \erpressures producefaulty UNIVERSAL STUDIOS Magnolia Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy spent
the week. visiting her sister Mrs. J. B. I I for the Paitn Northern functions of any organof Starke Florida
part of Tuesday in Atlanta attending a II ,
and Mrs. Rodney Hall and Sapp and brother, Oliver Under Airlines in Anchorage. Alaska I the 'Ixuly.

tabv Mr. Stevie have moved from I hill, for three weeks. showing Plymouth of automobiles.the new Dodge and She received her training for this 3. Drugs do nut correct the j BRING THIS COUPON WITH YOU !
WaterSt. Mrs. R. Newsome I Seattle Wash. Miss
cottage on N. A. spent) I position in ,
the Seymour Mr. and :Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. I spinal misalignment -
homeon last weekend in Lakeland with i i Stephenson is the daughter of : they only
to Mrs. Hall's parents' lr.1 and daughter Jan. of Gainesville i 1! ease the pain and imarialdyiipstt \ STllHOS-= I
Road for several months her brother-in-law and sister. Coy A. Stephenson of Camp I ,
Alton \'isltedlrs.: Lucile Davis last I some other UNIVERSAL MAGNOLIA) HOTEL: ;
and Mrs. R. E. Matthews.Mrs. .
Halls are building a I Blanding. I
while the
Friday e'eningThe Davises left ,
new home. John Anderson and Mrs. their son, Greg with his grandparents I 4. Your Chiropractor i.. a OFFER GOOD ON I

Little Robin Mullins is visitinghis ': A. W. Anderson, Sr. were in Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 1 j Forest Rangers sMcialist| in correcting spinalmisalignments.
Ocala this Jacksonville Saturday. 1 I
grandparents North at the State Farm for Il'm'mIH'r- SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 ONLY I
week. ._ M-Sgt. and Mrs. R.V.. Reese I the weekend. Keep Busy FightingAll there is no !substitute for a ,

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton and children of Larson. Air Force been Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Douglasof Type Fires Chiropractic adjustment. STUDIO) HOl'ItS: 12 Noon Until !8 1 P. M
from a week'strip Moses Lake.'a.=;h. have
returned Jacksonville\ spent the week I
to Boone, Ia. Enroute they visiting the Adam Green familythe end with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Florida Forest Service district IX ST.lailIT'S: THK LIMIT: 2 Advertising Offers Per Family. t'

visited their son Clarence Cole- past three weeks. They left Cowen. foresters report that last yea One Per Subject.

man, and family in St. Matthews Sunday for their former base at I Miss Gaie Denn of Jacksonville I forest rangers fought fires on I BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC

S. I Maxwell Air Force Base Montgomery was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles j: everything from a night club to a ,

C.Mr.. and Mrs. James Pal tin of Ala. I Dinkins Sunday afternoon.Mr. : chicken house."Fighting NAMEADDRESS: - -- ------------- ----- ----- I

Wilmington N. C. have rented Mrs. John W. Griffin of I and Mrs. Robert Faulkner I forest wildfires i i.!" CLINIC

the Sauls cottage at 614 N. Lake Ochlorknee, Ga. is spending this ana Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Forsythe the main job of our fire control I ___ -- I 4
St. Mr Partin works for Hum week with her parents :Mr. and and daughter Janet, and Miss I units, "Forester Coulter said'' 3 Blocks N'ortli of Post Office !

phreys Gold I :Mrs F. F. Stump. :Mary Lee, of Jacksonville were "But we will answer a call to :Modern :Method., Lady CITY STATE _

Mr and Mrs. Walter C Erown I Mr. and Mrs. Worth Newborn Saturday e'ening'isitors of Mr I fight, any rural fire if all of our''' Assistant Steam Baths I .I ...d

have moved to 749 N. Lake Street. I of Gainesville and Mr. and i and :Mis. Paul Faulkner.Mr. I Ii crews are not tied up on a forest .

II II I A. L. Kahr and son. Jimmy Irs'l i and Mrs. Frank Chitty oil I fire." ...

I Earlton will be Saturday evening .. Lakeland Ga. were weekend I With Florida saddledith the

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs I.(I visitors of their son and daugh- worst forest fire record in the

W A. Stern in celebration ofMiss i I ter-in-law Mr. and Mis. Randali I nation forest rangers have plenty

FLORIDATHEATRE Louise Stern's birthday an- | Chitty. ,
of wildfires to- fight but in between

i niversary. Everett Prescott returned to his battling blazes they performa I The Most Appreciated Gift

I Mrs. O. W. BarTof Brooker home Sunday after being': con- I multitude of tasks. In many

spent Sunday to Wednesday with fined in the Bradford County I areas, the local Florida Forest
I Mr anlrrs.. J. E. Hardy. Hospital the past two weeks. Service fire control unit serves a: Is The USEFUL Gift

Mr and Mrs. G. S- Newcomb Mrs L. F. Smith Sr. and two a rural fire department answering -

I will move into their new home in daughters and their families Mr. .I calls to fight fires of any

Sarasota Heights this weekend and Mrs. Harry Sellers and nature.A .

Saturday Oct. 6 ONLY I after spending the past two daughter. Marline of Brevard check through the monthl):

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE weeks at the Adams' cottage on N. C. and Mis. Roy Mathis and I lepoits of fire control activities i

"t_.l WUS r..+ Kingsley Lake. daughter. Martine, of West Palm reveals that rangers fought 168 i Gifts For All OccasionsBy

1iiTWINKLE( Recent guests of Mrs R. A. Beach, spent the pan ten daysat rural house fires during the year :

INGDE'S Newsome were Mr. and Mrs. 11. the Smith cottage on Santa Fe i in addition to fighting fires on''

W Shipp and Mrs. Sue Pate, all River. such an assorted oddity as chicken ,,

EYE'CAROL of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.vallace Faulk houses, vehicles orange groves

.,ur er.w.Net s rnae rerwt \ and children of Jacksonville spent I motels school houses an airplane :

AND \ the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I a night club, a moss factory anda 1
Maxie Carter Sr. The Faulk's I Popular Demand -
"" I junk house.Estimated
I i
P rWOttf4 TM Al
eight month old twins Carla and Wonderful Gifts '
EAGLE'S I value of property I Wonderful
Carlton are spending two ,
J the saved 'through the firefighting efforts Our Stock of ;
: with their grandparents,
I of the rangers amounted to
I Maxie Carters.
more than four million dollars. i by.
Anniversary '1 :Miss Joyce Parmentier of Fort a
Lauderdale was the weekend During the "off season" summertime -

guests of Miss Virginia Sewell.SP when fairly frequent
OHMW--TOM I and :Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of rains keep fire occurrence down- I &te4Btooh

JODY LAWRANCE TRYON Fort Benning, Ga. were home for rangers keep busy doing con

...- ---- 26th the weekend with their parents, struction and maintenance work
NAT'KING"COLE MICHAEL CUKTIZ and and plowing fire lanes for land )I
Mrs. Robert Green
Mr. and I .
,?.r nf''nuo.rum UM* ( I .s!
.. _..Off_.UCAS Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith. owners. Is the Largest and Most Beautiful we have h e
YjgjISON!Q Mr. and :Mrs. D. A. Mullis and I ever offered. If you are not already a satisfied ':7:::

I! family were in Jacksonille Sun- ;Elks Initiate Six Esterbrook user, ask the man who owns 'jene.

day visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. E. and Desk Sets by '
Fens, Pencls
Plus 'Little Orphan Airedale" Wilson and Mrs. P. J. Workman I Ceremony Here i, America's Oldest Penmaker. \ t 'r+

Cartoon and Chapter No. 10 SALE16k" Sr. t Y
I Six new members were initiated ,
Serial. Mrs Bertha Pearce returned '.HI.'ak Set-dainty \ -
I into the ranks of the B. P. 0'1.,
home last week after two weeks ., I fvrt saw pen anti f,
i Elks I Monday night as the *
visit with Mrs. W. T. Saxon in group The Popular pent? In homily
Sunday, IondaTue av. I Oakland Park and with Mr. and I held its first meeting in its new able! co... findof ,
October 7, S, 9 home. point, choice el dpassel '
Mrs B. Haynes in Winter Paik. : \ -
I DESK SET colon $5.00
From Thata.n are Hal)
: A
Witty '_- '_ : .' t> 'Yarborough Raymond Guei tin. Aulo-FII Desk Pea S t-lth Mt, *
9l I Dr T. G. Hitch Robert McCrae. : pen hot fills itself from o giant Ink
< 4 WOnderfUJI IJ Ernest Phillips and Kenneth In Black y I_ fountain In the bos*. Fountain-bole
+ pn I PATTY'S DANCE STUDIO I I Johns. # $' reeds Ink only 4 time yeorly ,lit
45VAMARlE BOB 3.25 /e normal vi*. Choke of point, choice
};{ : About :35 representatives of .f color . . $4.00
I Elks Clubs from f
Gainesville Jacksonville
ocosloa Enrollment Date
I Ocala. Green Cove l
>AuJr'ANcc sir' 1 In Colors (V
Springs, Lake CIty and Yonkers

BALLROOM DANCING ,I, X Y. were on hand for the cere- 3.75 g

i mony. .

Certain .I TUESDAY OCT. 9 I.ElOlULL: I Irvin Hobbins, Exalted Ruler.I Also comes with chain attached for use in
i.presided over the events and W.
; Motels, Restaurants, Banks. Service Stations l
Ages 11-16 3:30 to 5:30 I tli. (Dillyj Xoegel was in charge ,, etc. :
I 'I of the dinner program. ,
I -Classes Start
... PEARL [BAILEY( I Robert Kelly who is
'. ,_. .'....., .. U.,. .. 'FdN. October 11 South Georgia College was home

... .. ..' -". v ... Thursday Night, j| for the weekend. NOW!' YOU GET The
. .
K" Peck.t S d
.. . ,. .. -. I I Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kelly who C.I..I
.-, ,.. ...... For Further Information Call : attended the U.: tJirie drti* point B outiM, deep.toned fato"
i of F. football

its tct wp d '!lVlSJOiI.! MRS. YANCEY PHONE 219-W I game Saturday afternoon had sup- I MORE FEATURES Ideal ,el,,kdofla your choice bored brook PencIL Pen GloomIng end metchlng...lol tops.Gill Puth/ .

I per that evening with their son- boxed .. '11as
Plus "l.y in' Lion" Cartoon :' .{ in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs
,-i ., -. n .. Gift rook--
... J.V Raulerson. In Gainesville MORE VALUE GlvethemanEster
----- Mr -
Wl'dm'Nla, Thursday Friday'October .:.- ------------ --- have and Mrs. Carl Johns who for one of many beautiful pen and'j< >fircmeTj;

10. 1112 I spent the summer at then
marvelous desk set. All will be
or a

DOUBLE; FEATURE II I 3rd Annual Columbia Riding ClubI ni cottage..ving back on Kmgsley to their home Lake on are S StudenttTeacherf presents of easier smoother pen writing, because

I Water Street this weekend.Mr. you choose the right point for any kind, anyway

r I and Mrs. X. p. Joyner 0.; of writing. More than 30 point itylej.
i Staike and Mr and Mrs. William,

I Hicks of Green Cove Springs NEW

RODEO I spent Sunday sight-seeing in (h'i -

i, i I I lando in:Mr Fernandma and and Mrs.Central over M. Florida.W.the Lanre:weekend were REMINGTON E I ;; OFFICE EQUIPMENT

i i I \isiting Mr. and Mis. Dillie Cui- f
I IJ.IJ.k". When in need of the Heavier J
Items of 4
bank Jr. -
z It t LAKE CITY -- OCT. 5, 6, 7I i,I Ir.i and Mrs George Flynn .!! tI. / or Office Equipment Desks Chairs -tt

I and children of Leesburg spent:: Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices : r -
and 1
II .r (I the weekend with Mr. and Mis! Compare this typewriter you First. We can offer you overnight 1
PARADE Friday 3:30 P.M. will be convinced that here is a BusinessMan
I I I Flynn Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. W :that delivery on everything you need. We will appreciate the
superb portable typewriter
Fri Sat. S P.M.: i i C. Powell. opportunity quote.
i. NIGHT) PEUFOHMAXCES Mr and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr gives you beautiful printwork end

I and daughter. of Macon I a new ease of cperation-it's quiet
RODEO DANCE :Saturday. i ht in ArmoryWith Cheryl i
I I Ga. have moved back to Starke ) too. It's the only portable with
TOBY DOWny AND HIS GANG; I and are residing at 390 Weldon Miracle Tab and 34 other outstanding .
., ( St. useful features. BudgetTermeTestlypingtriaharranged. TERMS IFDESIRED Also Remington t Add-Ing MachinesTERMS

e s j Featuring All Rodeo Events I II i <. \II. r,<-.t"I'r ni 111111St.tin :!. 11'-,* TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE -

-- ( R) I( : .1 hide wiil, Inrecv.ed: 1 lv
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p. ,1y .unl'll..f the I City .f
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Columbia Riding
Famous lIoroehadQuadrille: by / I It I >'.ii 1 kat the City Hall in :St.irkfF
ss n rw .wt a.'null'Ul I'YARER EROS..1l II !. rich until 7'3(1 oMoc P 11. ..n.T.i.Mlay i
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n t $500 To The Cowboy Making Qualified I II Ii I "i.11'!1 l.siN. :T! 5;rr;. U.. 1 1ltntd t Bradford

AMAZON TRADERWith I' and read a-u.l: r-n tluf...1I 1- County Telegraph
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K..I the sale of m Ti. l..
i Ride On Bull No. 64 -- $500 I one < r
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Plu "(;JtKtfy ioofy.; (Jander"; i I I', i I at tn,.. \i <- --titv Jail. I
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xveie Sunday dinner guests of Mr | < as" Xx in.'v: ,
Hy :Sirs.! Jojce T. FUthAAAAALAAAAAAL1AAk Ii and Mrs. Glenn Uy Mrs. C. B. Nolan !.2S: 4t 3C'.1iOTICE ] ,i.Nnflrr: To %pprari
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'In ( irrult Coarl, Ilrndford Count .
:\ nnd Mrs. Glenn Shuford James Waters family spent Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore and fam- I Florldm IP Chimrrrr. ? You are hereby notiried! ftat a
Sunday in Maxville with Mr. and .-' !1la suitor d.vorce:
shopping \ H. Murray.
Hicks were ; Plaintiff \ '.
said Mis Sam visited with Mrs. .
Satur- Mrs. Buford Higginbotham. ily Sunday Kil- t;.i.igf R Murray, Tf?ntlantfa.e i. has been filed against you In lh.above
Jacksonville: on named Court and cause and
gore's brother tn-law: and sister N.I. If'-lM.;
Mr. and %utlrr II you are required to serve a copy of
Mrs. I. J. Manning of To Appear:
:Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett and !
Tn' ( our answer or pleading to tht
dayMr Fred Moore visited Manning Station visited Mrs. Ef- idni,' in'ise, It Murray \\'hrp rt- complaint on the Tlalntlff't
and Mrs. family in Jacksonville.: They enjoyed .irid addr-s I' CnKnoun
Shady Rest fie Boatwright and family on You are hereby notified that I \I"'rn.yla:1 \Vmt.r.Jr., ".11PI"r."a
at a
Moore dinner with Mr.
Jim a picnic and suit for divorce T.tie llu.ld.ng.: Jah.n- SALEQuantity

Home in Gainesville Sunday Sunday.Mr. Mrs. George Johnson and familyat has been filed against jcy in the \ille .'. Flmida
!above named ,and file the original In the office ofi
and Mrs. Jack Estes were Court and cause and I
Park. I
afternoon. Orange:
you are required to serve a of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or '
will business visitors to Jacksonvilleon before the I'
of O. J. Phillips ;your answer or pleading-
Friends Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith and i .mplaint on the Plaintiff's to the 29 dav of fi t..bir., !'" ..;.
he Saturday. Attorney
be glad to know that children of Jacksonvile spent Sun I II. ('. ItiMuni. I'. O. U..x 104.' ,otherwise e the allegations of said

greatly improved from his recent Misses Beverly Knowles and day with Mrs. Smith's brotherinlaw <;laine x ill-, Kluiula Complaint by will be taken as confessed !

heart attack and is able to have Charlotte Tanner wel e visitingthe and file the original In the office i This you.notice shall be published Rights Reserved
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
L. S. Tanner family on Thurs- ; or before the onre each week for four consecutive
company.Mr. Higginbotham. They all enjoyed 21 .' weeks in the Bradford County Tele t
day (.f Oiti.l.e1-, !' ;
day. returned to Jacksonville 1
They -
and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson Sunday dinner with Mr. and :Mrs. otherwise the allegations of aM graph.

and children Edward and Careen on Thursday evening and at- I Nathan Starling in Lawtey.Mr. 'Complaint by you.will be taxeti as confesatd -, (W..ICI.LLI I'atrd Ih.s :21: ".ty Charles..f P.Jlt| A., :Uarbj'.',>> t

tended the dance abroad the U.
; were in Erooker on Satur- and Mrs. Franklin i This notice shall be published Clerk of tho Circuit Court. ;
to celebrate Edward's !! S. S. Lake Champlain at Mayport. I Iliggin- |once each week for four con"ecutlve Hy Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I
day evening [, botham and family of Jacksonville 'Weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY !>. :2!' 4t injo t tIn v- -
birthday with his grandparents J Mr. and Mrs. Josie Staring and i iI I spent Sunday with Mr. Iligginbotharn's -(I TELEGRAM : : I

Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott. (daughter Miss Geraldine visited i I' i I'atnl i I tliis :"t! il.iv uf .<'l"! ]1" >: Circuit Court Bradford County, .
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlei A. Darby Florida; In thanrrry.I'TIS .
the Jacksonville Zoo Sunday
Mrs. Jack Reynolds I Clerk of the
and Circuit
Mr. Court
Doss Higginbotham.i Ann Tuten. Plaintiff v<. William
the afternoon. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
of Jacksonville spent l'Vul Tutfii, ffendant.
.md sons
i i A. R. Johnson is spending j :J'S: H 1"' ]HI > fate x<.. M-iT'-4
weekend with Mrs. Reynold'sparents D. B. Thomas was in St. Yin-I -
I Order Of Publication and Noilre To
Folkston Ga. with
Mr and Mrs. R. \V. Mos- cent's Hospital for a check up the a few days in | >onci TO ,*PPKH I I _'''I..arIal.. .. Of Florida To
|her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. '. ... .
i first of last week. In Irrult ( .ur.. liradford. County William II Tutn whose r s.-
and Mrs. L. H. Sheppard. | Florida ID (.ban..r,. ilrn-e and address- L'nKnovm.
eyThe Joe shufords of St. Augus- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Redding | Hose Kml.ir.: I'lanitifr \s. Alto You ar' r"'IIIn'lI, to apptar. (.n

were weekend guests of Mrs I and family of Green Cove Springs, I We are glad that Merle Higgin;iKaYI"r. 1I.-I'I\lI..llt. Od..l"r 13: 11'iS.! in the al>o\t !t..I1.-
me ..
i'a'r N". 1-lw1' i Court and < aus.vvhertm pa.'l-!
John Shuford and Dave. visited the Louin Reddings on botham is feeling better after a i i\....,-. To .Appear tiff seeks dixoicu and restoration. i.fiinai.lrn

I Sunday.Mr. recent illness. | To: Alto Kayl: ",. wln.--f rf-li..n< >. ; name.Pradford ,
Mrs. Eve Godwin of and nd attended services at the First 'I and Mrs. Bennett WilkersonJr. Mr. and Mrs. Denver: Godwin ,Jfcsup (.;....rgia. 'publish this Order in next lour

Baptist on Sunday and was f ., and family of Jacksonville ; and family of Jacksonville visitedin "You fur are divorcehas hereby notified that a suit i weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official seal

dinner guest of her mother Mrs I spent the weekend with the Senior i Maxville Sunday aflernoon. been flied against you In the |at :Starke Florida, this 11 r-ti'i I

Wilkersons.Mr. Ci\ic Club Notice above named Court and cause and 19J6:
Mary Reddish.Mr. I ''you are required to serve a copy of I j IO..FICIAL SEAL) I I I-I
and Mrs. Glenn Williamsonand and Mrs. L. C. Smith of I The Maxville Civic Club will ''your answer or pleading to the I Charles A. Darby.

Jacksonville visited Marietta spent Sunday with theE meet Friday night. Oct. 5, at 8 ;complaint on thf> Plaintiffs .t torn.v As Clerk of Said Court. I- I __
of i Josh K.: .'
son | Skipper. 221 Florida By Maria I. Crosby, I>-put> 1. : k ,
her parents Mr. rnd Mrs. Troy J. Raulersons. :. p.m. All members are urged to '," 'l'itiRuilding: Ja,.k>onulle ", /Carh II. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building S._

Bennett and brother Gary, last Mrs. Sallie Green and Mr. and attend. I Flond.1and file the original In the k.sonville 2, Fla., Li1ui
office .
\ltp. for 1'lf. : :14 4t 10. i : '- :
weekend. Mrs. Jamie Milton, of Macclenny, j F.T.A. :\It..tineStlll'tlult'tl 'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ontirfuie I :
I The Daniel Boone P.T.A. of the or the 29 day of nrtnbr i 11 ,_; .
Mrs. Susie Norman of Jacksonville \'isitedIr.. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas 1956; otherwise the allegations of | NO IK t: 01'. I\TIMIO\: II __ __
and Miss Debbie Phillips of during the weekend.The I j Maxville School will meet next said Complaint will be taken as !I IIKI.Ioll.lt: : f .t..111 lOlo > \MK __ -

Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 2:15: p.m. confessed by you. ; Xotiie is hireliy given that the LOVETT'SPrices
Maxville, visited Mrs. Griff Phil- D. J. Eallentlnes of Jacksonville i, This notice hal be published undersigned under the piovisionsi I Formerly

and family during the week spent Saturday and Sun- Miss Schultz of the County Board once each week for four consecutive :i, Chapter 20.!.:3'l.: Laws of Flonda i
lips t weeks A. ,. of 1941. will with the .
cf Health will speak and also show in the Bradford County Tele- ; t register
end. They all spent sometime day with the D. Wilkerson graph.luted. ."('ici k ..f the Cir.'uit Court, in and ;|

with Mr. Phillips in the Bradford family. "a. Walt Disney film on hookworm I this :26! day of September, |[for Bradford Coiintv, Florida upon i .
hich there will be a school- 16. .t'eii.t _of proof .of publication of''
afternoon.Mr. I leturned to after I Good Thru Sat. Oct. 6th
hospital on Sunday j The Ed May family I[Official .:Seal) Charles A. Darby : hI" n.t. 0. the fi.-ititious name ofStarke ,
is meeting of I
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs had their home last week after spend wide survey.- This a I Clerk of the Circuit Court Motor ,'"nrt underliiih
vital importance and the public is; By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk l we are engaged in business at :.::9 !
as guests during the weekend. I ing several weeks at New Smyrna I .'', 2S 4t II). ISOTICI IN. Temple Axe StarkFla.. That i I
Limit One With $5 Food Order)
to attend (
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and Beach. urged the parties interested in said Lul'I''I

family, the Burney Dobbs family. I I Mr. and Mrs. N. NT. Thomas lialiluin Indians Ix,se lost last I In Circuit\ Court: TO. llradfurd APPIUI County neM Herbert are: E. Payt"n, "39 :N. T* injile Astor Rich Flavored Lb Can

and the Casey Dobbs family of I and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thomas The Baldwin Indians "Florida In Chanrrrr. Ave, Starke 'Ia. I COFFEE 19CLimit

Jacksonville and Leroy Atchlnson | of Stake were recent guests of I Friday night's football game 39-13 Mary Ann Iu k. Plaillliff.'F.. Roland Virginia P. Dayton T39 :N. Teii.jiU-.
II. link, 1'rft-ndnnt. A\(' Starke. Fla.
and Blind School
the Deaf
of Tallahassee.June j the Edwin Starlings. jto I Case No. 10-1507 Dated this 14th diy: of Si pttii! -
New" .\rrhalIr. i St. Augustine. This Friday night, Nntlrr To Appear 11..r.-\. D.. r.'jti! :; ; at !Starke, Ur..d.dtl:
Mitchell; of Knoxville: Va.. 'I'.: It.iland: II. I.i. k, nhri'e, rp -j- ,-'uunt, Floiida
visited his brother-in-law and sister :\ and Mrs. Carl Mosely are Oct. 5, they will challenge Hast ilcn, <' and addltss, !i': Mu North I rit H i'' ;;; One With Food Order

Smith. announcing the arrival of a son .\ila n," $1 ,."t. '"Uiiiingtoii I l.'r Ia- -

Mr. and Mrs1110 Carl Randolph on Sept. 27. at ings.Mrs.. Raymond Kilgore Mrs. J. ware. 'o'rll'I': 10 t i'i'E.tR Shortening Lb Can
last week. Mrs. C. B. Nolan You are hereby notified that a !. Circuit Court, Bradford Coootr BAKE 59CLimit
Bradford County Hospital. Mrs. W. Thomas, and suit for divorceas RITE 3
The R. C. Keene's of Js.kson-i i Florida In ( banrrrr.Kula k
Mosely is the former Virginia attended the meeting of the been filed against you In tile : l' .tii ll.u, i MS. Plaintiffs.! J.
yule were Sunday dinner guestsof named Court and cause and I'. lItll'I'. In ,, .
i Miami. Council of P.T.A. in I f. I. lit.
I Heath of Duval County you are required to serve a copy of ,1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard Case ;Xo ;" : 'I
I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling Jacksonville last Tuesday.Mr. your answer or pleading to the complaint I Notice Ti Apprar

Mr and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Denmaik on the Plaintiff's Attorney To I. I'. H.iii s, wlioe) s.,1. Two With
; Mrs. Edwin Starling and sons. and Mrs. J.V.. \ViliiMi! I II I"I gan ,"f; >; Clark r>.. $5 Food Order
Kingsley Lake spent Saturda unit aililr. ss |I" '.'1177 K.: ); ,ItI.> ..1 1
; business visitors to Gainesville Jacksonville spent I-mlilifiK. Ja. k''n\'lll. 2, Flxiida
were of
and family
with the A.1.. Blan- and file the original In the .,:'II't.t'l. Flint Mil 1 lig.tn.:
evening on Monday and were luncheon -j Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie the Clerk of the Circuit office of You are b..r..r.y notirieO that a Detergent Pkgs
chards. Court on or ,suit for ,. ., 2 49C
I before the d.voii! <' canlist: nv;. i1loiilrol LARGE TIDE!
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II Harris and family.Mr. I ot unin.r Uiild I II

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders, and'' T. Markham.Mis. I and Mrs. Paul Gam-It and 2J: day of the Octol.er.allegations l' .C; of said I I Ioth..rwl..e I, has been filed against you In the I

Mrs. Sam hiCks spent Sunday Mr. I i I Mary Heath, of Miami, is I family of Jacksonville \'isitedIr.. Complaint will be taken as confessed I I you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of''
with DY
afternoon in Maxville I you.
visiting her son-in-law and daughter /and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and This notice shall your answer or pleading to the com ,
and Mrs. Leslie Sweat. I Mr. and Mrs. Call Mosely. each week. for, four, /'nncp publishedonce .., *,.nfir...,.. lweeks l plaint on the Plaintiffs Attornef Stokely Finest No 2 Can
and Mrs. Raymond Kilgoreand -- ---- -- Fred Illllor.:
family I 1t9 Ratoiu
Friends ofIrs Sue in the LTadford
I and her new grandson Randolph.Mr. family Saturday. graph. County Tele-I 1"Hi lil i UK, Ja. ksouville 2:, I-' "I.Ita I II
former nurse of Mrs. Mary Reddish and file tie original In the orfice or''
and Mrs. Homer Smith and Miss Jewel Higginbotham spent Hat.-d this n dav of p,'pt 1S56.:; I'. I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
will be interested to know OFFICIAL.SEAL on or
) Cbarlei
daughter, Shirley of South Caro- A. I before the 22 dav ;
last Friday night with Miss Lor- Clerk of the <,1 tii-tober. UJL
Circuit Court
that she and her husband are lina visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl By Marian L. otherwise the allegatIons of aid
in Baldwin. Crosby Deputy Clerk 'I
raine Jones I Complaint will be
located in Lansing IlL She writes Teston on Sunday.Mr. Planned 5.21:! 4t 10/12 { by you. taken as confessed

that she misses all of her Law- and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Home-Coining This notice shall be publishedonce I SUNNYLAND JUICYHAMS
7 is HomeComingDay NOTICE TO APPEAR:
Sunday, Oct. ,
each week
for four :
tey friends. Joan Sunday in Jacksonville la Circuit Court, Bradford County consecutlve -
Maxville week In the Bradford
at the Baptist ; County
The home of Mrs. Ec Durbanwas with Mrs. Bertha Stuckey.: In Chancery Telegraph. I
I Church. Dinner will be served on Mariano Fortunuto -
plaintiff \ I LB49CuIIF
I'tl..dhi. '
setting for a lovely bridal Adrline Fort 19 'lav .f Sep 1'-,6 Half Whole
Wendell Kelly returned with his invited Ilnat' n..f..n.lant.t'a' or
the grounds and the public is I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb)
shower for Mrs. Edwin Padgett roommate Ed Mott, to Southern II to attend. \ollre To Appear Xo. 10-ISH ,' Clerk of the Circuit Court

former Miss Connie Harley), on College at Lakeland, on Monday I Bridal Shower Tu: Adeline, Fortunato. whosere.idcnce By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I 8-12 Lb. Avg.
9 Jl 10
4t I.::
Friday evening. Mrs. Padgett was and address i : 67-31 75th ]
evening. Mr. Kelly carried his other I
shower was .
I A Street. Middle Village X.Y"rk !
the recipient of many useful gifts son, Daniel, to Lakeland on held at the Maxville Civic Club You are hereby notified that a suit
from the 35 ladies present. Hos- Tuesday.Mrs. for divorce care, custody and control '
I Monday night Oct. 1, honoring of minor child .
tesses were Mrs. H. C. Kelly i I --, c -_' .. .
I Lula Dority and F. A. had Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham, recent has been filed against you In the'abo.e i I __ _:'
Mrs. L. H. Futch Miss Enza \lr.1 I named Court and cause and I I '
the weekend : club beautifully
as guests during bride. The was you are required to
serve a copy of
Blanchard and Mrs. Durban.
Ed II and Mrs. Milton Jenkins and family -;!decorated with gayly colored crepe your answer or pleading to the
John Converse of Jacksonville I complaint. l on the I'Ia i lit iff'.
with the Earl Mrs. Mamie Praster and Mr. paper streamers. Games were I Attorm-y H cp.alduin.. 1' O r. \ EA T.RITE GRADE "A" QUICK
Fpent Tuesday
and Mrs. Earl Donty, ot Jack I were played throughout the eve- |I 104. (!amfv\'ille. Florida '

Prevails.Mr I sonville Beach. I ning and prizes awarded after ::'and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court officeof on FROZEN CHICKEN PARTS

and Mrs. Floyd Parrish and I Mr. and Mrs. Maiklee Norman which the bride opened her many oi Ittfore the :29! day of Otobi i i19"i6

family of Lake Butler were Sun- ,( and son, Rodney, of Jacksonville, gifts. Mrs. J. C Higginbotham i said:; ; Complaint otherwise will the be allegation of

day guests of the Aaron Sum- visited the Leonard Prevails on and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham i confessed by you. taken as | ; BREAST THIGHS C

ners. Sunday. served refreshments.Miss This notice shall be publishedonce ) A kO
I each week for four consecutive :
firiffivilkinvm: Sieve Starling who is workingin Lorraine Jones of Baldwin I weeks in the Bradford County Tele

Mr and Mrs. Harry Wilkinson Georgia, spent the weekend spent Saturday night with Miss graph.l'al..1. 1w:
: this 22 day (.f !=ept TOS;
are announcing the marriage of I here with his family. j Jewel Higginbotham. They went Official Seal) Charles A. Darby I OR DRUMSTICKS LB

their oldest daughter Ruth, to Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp's son to the races at the Jacksonville Clerk of the Circuit Court

Marcus Gnffis, son of11'. and j I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
and daughter-in-law. antI Mrs i Speedway with Junior Iligginbot-I 5, :2S 4t 10. 19 I

Mrs. :Mann Griffis. The wedding1 E. E Burney of Jacksonville 1] ham and Speedy Padgett Saturday CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

took place Friday evening inj I visited her .OTICR 1'1' ."I' lan ; about this .' .' "_ -,h -.
on Saturday. night. question!
j I In Circuit Court. Bradford Cvnoty, '1I .._ _. .. .._ -
Church -
- -
Congrt'gationalIethodist Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hallman returned Mr. and Mrs Oscar Wilkinsonand Florida la .'bllht'"". I I -
Attendants I Virginia. II.iw _1...... Plaintiff. \ ',
Starke. were I : "When
near to their home in Chattanooga -I a family enjoyed a birthday JUlIg" W. L.. .-, I). IVmlant. i a fire starts in a :

Miss Dorothy Ann Ellington, and i last week after spendingsome ; dinner Sunday at the home of l"..,e N.. K'-lMl
'I Notice; To down-loun business district GEORGIA STYLE SMOKED
Glenn Jones. Apprari I
Jackson- I
time with Mrs. Margaret 'Jeriy Sculley near ToJudiif \\". Lff>. whose It .:1- I
Word was received this week i Kelly: and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. ville. Mr Sculley was celebrating dent and addrt-s is. .'11 E1. it often whole! block
that Jesse Smith i is a patient in :Ninth Mrtft, Alma, ('imrtnu.You seeps 35ciETir
Kelly. Mrs. N. Kelly went home his 76th birthday, also L.ll I

the Veteran Hospital in Lake I with them for an extended visit Cowart, was ('elebra'ting his birth- suit are for hereby jMvori.rare.notified. u-o.lv that .a' before it is put out. We can SLAB BACON LB

City.Mr. I Among those attending the fellowship -' da '. Mr. Cowart is Mrs. Wilkin- and loiitrol] of iimyr .luhl I
and Mrs. Howaid Norman I has been filed apalni-t you in the stand the cost of insurance. i
dinner at Highland on son's step-father and Mr. Sculle above named Court and cause and
and daughter, Mary Francis were .I her vou are required to serve a copy of
Sunday were; Mr. and Mrs. Carl grandfather.Mr. I
but fire could ruin Will
I your answer or pleading to the a us. : _
of Mr. Mrs- complaint _
Sunday guests and Prevail Mrs. Truman Normanand and Mrs. E D Higginbotham on the Plaintiff's Attorney -=-c' 0 -
I .
Carlos Rosier near Raiford.CORRECTIOX son. Reggie, Rev. and Mrs. and sons were the guests of Fled JIutlrr. 11(1'!' lAtmett: Hank you check to see that we are I :' -

Mr. and Mrs. I Edgar Wilkinson and family art I Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Sweat ir and liuildmK: file the, ksi.iiville 2, Fla, |

J. T Padgett. of Clay Hill, havea J. B. Teston. I' Macclenny Sunday afternoon.Mr. the Clerk of original tbe Circuit In the Court office on of 1' insured to full value?" I U. S. No.1 7 White 1QlbsPotatoes

daughter instead of Mr. and I Mrs. Pearl Campbell Miss Elizabeth and Mrs. Pat Griffis and or 21 before day ,.f the I'ldeI'H. 1 lq',,;. J.I'

Mrs. Marklee Padgett as stated Terry and Mrs. Leona Ed- son and Ferrell Manning of Glen otherwise the allegations of said I

last week. I wards, Lunch Room Personnelwith St. Mary had Sunday dinner with Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed [ Charley E. Johns <

Jack Wainwright of Waycross. their principal II. B. Ingram Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves and | This notice shall be published! ,
Ga, spent the weekend with his I once each week for four eonl ecutlv. .
Jr. .
j attended: a county-wide lunch daughter.Mr. weeks In the Bradford
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain i room meeting at the Starke Ele- ;I and Mrs R. V. Guthrie and {''graph County Tele. & Son

wright. th. i mentary Cafeteria on Wednesday daughter of Orlando visited Sunday !I'I I OFFICIALSRAL I'.ii.d tli,'- 21 J ,1.u Charles. f :,. j.A.' Darby: .', I AgencyPhone 35c

Among those attending I afternoon. Plans for retirement : with their aunt and uncle Clerk of the Cin nit Court I

Horida-Clemson football game in ,'i was the principal item for dis- I Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Griffis.I fly Marian L. Crosby Beputy* .'S Clerk. 13 Starke Fla.
4- :
were ::1
Gainesville on Saturday ;
cussion. The ladies of the Starke.I

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy :Morris i Cafeteria served congealed salad ,I
Hugh and David Ingram Danny 'I he ('ountT JuilKP: Court Of'
and coffee.
I IIra.Uurol Count?. Florida. i
Phillips and Tommy Carter. Home Demonstration flub :Meets I IX KK Ktatf I'onrail I.etsrh. nl- -
Mr and Mrs.'illiani Fowler .o Kniwn as C. I.etFch, lpa-d. SAVEupio50onFUEL
j Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr., entertained N<.t..Irf Of InlfDlion "l'u"I.ly Fur
of Hampton visited the Harry : the Home Demonstration I I I Final DUrharcr: Red Tokay

:i on Wednesday. Plans for i|I Xi'tiip is hereby giVen' that I
F. is a patient
S. Campbell the coming County Fair were dis :'h\.. filed my final n-imrt :is the!
'1 the Veteran Hospital in Lake I!I cussed. Refreshments of Cookie 'aiimm' 'trator of thet.ttc i.f fnnjrad HEATMAKER!
him I I.rt-ih. .h'va,.H.; that I li r.<-
('Ity.'e wish for a speedy : i'
and orange juice were served. fihd my petition fi-r f.nal d.--
.....over)'. I, Coleman Phillips ofValJo.. 1 Uh.irpe.!I and that I will ai-ply I., Look at these exclusive -

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hildrethir.,1 the Honorable Thfn.n A. } ..1n
was Monday evening guest of I I County Judge of lr.lOlt"I,1: ,ivu-.t\ S1EGLER features
son who have been staying j: his mother Mrs. Griff Phillips.I I I I Florida at his off.ee in th'' <'.' .ni\ Pounds

'\ :thIrs.. Hildreth's mother. ]I I Bob ,'()Utt Hou*
:Mrs Loona Edwards, for the Blanchard entered the Yeteran's ::! .rd day of Uctobrr. l-OS.: ; .t I" Saves up to sO.o in fuel ( _
I Hospital in Lake City or !loVIork A.M. or as t-non tlnre.ift.r
j p""t St'\era 1 months, left Monday for las, the same can be luanl. f..r !!..t'approval > 5 Sieglermatic Draft ends soot and smote eI
Monday a I'
!or California and will sail soon I checkupIr. !' of the same and for !.nd Silent-Floating super quiet motor mount f
al1JIrs.. Tommy Criffis \:i discharge as adniim-trat' "f t1'" Lifetime porcelain enamel finish R ,
for the Philippines. On the Sun- are the [e-tate of Conrad Li,ih. div.adi ,I S 6-way directional
proud parents of a Tropical Floor Heat .
d.!.I\' before, the Bryant Tuckers; daug-h-I i This l"th day of S. pit'n.L. r, !. .,: S Cast iron construction
ter. Sylvia Jane born
Oct. t M O. HAKKKU.,
I.f' Fernandina. the Louie Lee :; Gnffis is the former Miss I \dminl..lratur uf tie: > -!.l't' ..f S Kleen-Fire burner, cleans as it heats I
; Lillie
Wamwrights of the State Farm, Mae Donn. Conrad Let>,h. .1o''a'.1. S Summer coolm3 at the turn of a switch
1! :' : l4tID.! ForI
the Carl Edwards of Gainesville j 5

the (". B Hiatt family of Lawtey j St. Edward's Church In 1 hf <*4'lintr JUl..:..'* ('..". rt. In Libby Frozen Chicken Turkey Beef
came to be with them at a fare.u11 i and l'..r llrailfuril 4'<>unl.> t ..riola.

'. In Prohnir.IN' .
dinner party. i: 1:1' The E-'.,'. I. <'i- ',\ '
Mr and Mrs. Roy Griffis and I Sunday Mass at 9.15 a m. :i P. ...tdM

son. spent Sunday in Jacksonville I Holy day mao es. ((5:30 a. m. and j IMF: OF FIIING piniiin\
S:30 a. in.Children's. i'on ri\ \i. i>is \IK.F.: OF
with Mr. and Mrs. Buddy j I ""111"1111111'

Kilgore and Mr and Mrs. Marvin j: Catechism lass each :V .;:'i c k "". .-i,.v c \.n Ih.i! 1 1 1... ., Meat Pies 99c
Wednesday 3:15: m. t..1! I p v f.!lat r> ',,"n. .1- _\.Im.! "
Thompson. j jMr p
'ti ir.\: the K-- "> .f S !
and Mrs Hubert Priest j I Ke) ton HflgMs ,-", %vg'.a.) Tl! it I ; i\.. :" .
I and f.lmih''L..it&J the Ernest ;, (At St. William's Chapel) "" p.t t.. n fT d"lri'I'n; : ;\ ...ndt j' W1NKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE
'n al d'-: hirce. and thit en the .
Williams Lake City, on i ( Follow Hiway 21 south to St
, family in 'day of k'tol.er.. I" . Sunday. .William's Sign.) !to the 11."n.. I Irmn'v PHOXE; 16I
J'!irtue. '.f H"\f.! ril C .'
Mr. an.tu! : FA Carl' or had: | Sunday: Mas Sam. :. 1 ..' I"". ,: i .

'. ?u ..l.1:0.: :"- iM\ H !v d I iv if i ,..f" T.'O; i m :I'!:: I X. Temple ,\\.e :'t.trht' l1a ,,

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Aunt pr!''pertIS a goo : < :: (b: .:. ;it':,1 Open
M OOi Frances Norman Tells < "'ii.il be enforced effeo'' ''m"t I ..
J.'f \ 'J'> ::\ ::" ,1! 'o
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Of Her 96 Years In AreaS !:: ::: ii i!i,,

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< .suiibonnet : '. 1
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n..1'J'i I.' the Luther
Presbyterian Church St. Mark's Episcopal 'I .,. riii a w.i.s an "uflni.il', pal."I: 111111"" .i) '.!' ;. i., !1I,1..t.and: lived : i t

Rev. Ira"mood F. Mac'Blain : !the armour of faint women in [tilt theie! : 'O'l' abci'it 1-. years. ; j I
: 'i.! Adult:! ( ':, <.: pi.c ;' ,: e.uiv yeai.s of Bradford! ('olnh'f' '
:n Services at St Mark's Episcopal : "Aunt Frances" Norman obst-iti k :-It' leniembe.'s; trips t to Lawteymd ,i
I : con ren.ember! Mr. Thede'sstoic
-tin iav S. h".i 1 J) t;i a mM'.inmg Church will be as follows: her 95 th birthday anmveisaiv 1 >-' t >: 1 / 1 / l lI
: Woiship 11 a. m. Sermon Sunday: 9:45: am. Church I August 6 at the home of :Mi .n I and the one owned by Col | : / t

"Greatness of God." Obser-. School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. Mrs. Albert Xorman on Hifliu;: i Sh.pman. anti also the time of thE !

\ nee of the Lord's Supper. Spe- Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 301 near Highland. Big: Freeze, when there was snow i I! : ;. 1 I t ( Izf
i :ial offering for painting church. p.m. Y. P. S. L. 'mt! ice everywhere and "the wind I Ivus 1 :
Aunt Frances was bolO on Are:
Youth 6 Evening \ so cold you couldn't out ir
Fellowship. p.m. go
Wednesday: 7:39: p.m. Litany : \>
ust 6, 1S60 in Clay County :i. II i it "
service" 7:30 p.m. "Christian Cour- and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir Black Creek, the oldest chil.i! >,"
.tt' Practice. Aunt Fiances thinks the weather .
1 r
I James and Betsy Tomlin Noi.
: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Communion I has changed. "There
Holy : 1st Sunday were ::
and is now the sole suns< : meeting. & p.m. Circle Xo 1 will ,,11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30: a. m. g t more bad storms back when I wa
their eight children. She tr i 'onethe o |
wept at the home of Miss Louise
a little There :,
i awaits everyone. descendants of the pioneei, girl. were lots more i :
SternThursday hurricanes then. Now the weather -
3:30: Junior Norman family which settled 11
p.m. E'EJtGfitEX.U j is hotter and drier"
Choir 7:30 this area about the time :that
practice. : Circle No. :2place >
1'IST CIICR'llSunday She has William ,!
a son Monroe
Florida was admitted to 1 mej
to be announced. 8 p.m. i
School 10 a. m. Preath- j XOI man who is 66. and who alsc
CII' It Xo. 3 will meet with Mrs j Union.i .I
( ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 | makes his home with the Albert
R ; Paterson. i addition to Aunt Frances,
p. m. Preaching 11; (,> p. m. Pra'erfeetin& I Noim.fCs.
j there were three sisters' Dace \ It' (
At The TabernacleRecent Wednesday 7:30: p. m. j jOODLAWN 'I Kizzie and Nina; and four bru t. Although she enjoyed good '

thers, Sam. Frank, Gifford an! She attended! school at a little health until recently Aunt Francessuffered
alternations and repairs CHURCH Jim. i one-mom place kniwn as the a stroke about two years : \\4\\I 21I'2'

in the Gospel Tabernacle add to Their daddy was a fanner wh.. Uu,.-k Pond Si hool. The teachers ago, and now she doesn't stir aI -
thr attractiveness of the interior. I I bout much. Her sight, and hearing
10 am. Sunday School 11 a.m. raised (cotton corn and peanuts, i she remembers were Jeff Dowlinga j
Plans are being made for further preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:43: prayer and he sold his cotton at the gin man named Forest, and a woo have been impaired and she ha i' i,

improvements. Those interestedin service, 7 o'clock song sen'ices'i! in Starke.In i man teacher. Sue Frances. j lapses of memory. '
"Salvation Plumb and Plain"are "I can't see very well now." she
the Aunt Frances The Norman family attended
invited to attend any or all CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. early days t said! "but there was a time 1
I they used coal oil lamps for religious services at the Oak
of the seven services held each says could read any kind of print.
and gourds for to Grove Baptist Church, and sometimes -
J E. Sherwood Pastor lighting pails j
She has
week. not been one to tra'etaround -
II I Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morning hold water or at milking time. Church.at Long Branch Baptist a great deal. During hei -- -- -- -- $J

CHURCH OF GOD t! Worship, 11 a. m. Youth One of her earliest recollectionsas I life time the longest trip she eveimade MODEL .
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning !' Church, 6:30: p. m. All young a little girl is that of running j j But hack in those pioneer days, was only 200 miles from R'DI'II.'I I l8-lON i ? f Ar ,a

Worship 11 a. m. Sunday" people invited. out and opening the gate for her I there was little time for play. home. !

Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPEService grandfather, Sam Norman. "We were all in the that cotton Aunt Frances has one firm con- I ,

Wednesday. 7:45: p. m. !' BETHEL She said the children played patch every day," Aunt Frances viction."I Full-Width Freezer
BAPTIST CHURCH I said "and there Big Chiller Tray >
| was always plenty -
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. such games as Bull Pen in those always was one to mind m>
LAUIEV Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- made to keep us busy, with housewoi V .
days and the little girls paients. she said. "and I've triec Three Mini-Cube Ice Trays
:Sunday:: School, 10 a. m. Morn ing services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. dolls. and chores to be done. i to !
( their own rag I get other children to believe
m* Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv- Song service 7:30: p. m.P.ev.. I The country around Black "The children had to taKe turn :I that it is one of the best rules ol Three Full-Width Refrigerator Shc'ss:

.'e Saturday, 7:30 p. m. R. L. Lie pastor. Creek was quite wild at that time at spinning!, cotton thread, but life '' '

I and there were a "right smart ';,1 Mother Norman was the only one i When asked if she expects tc 2 Roomy Vegetable Drawers

number of varmints such as polecats |: who could l weave the cloth. She reach Jon she lephed: Butter Rack
wildcats, coons, and used t<> color it u ith indigo' ,
I Ii possums. 1 don't kn.All I d0) know
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE we heard about bears around' once After her !lather died tile I'aimh i k that: I want it to he jiu-t what i 3 Removable and Adjustable Door Shelve.

j in a while" Aunt Fiances says moved !to :a f.um in ti.e t rater Oak 'tod w.-nits it to l I.e "


I Services each Sunday in old HIGHLIGHTS 'hAlia'p
I|Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday

Jefferson and Court Streets In' The Heart of Town School 10 a. m. Sacrament Bv Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone .1127.rrrr.r..n..nn.
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel .. .. ........ .. .. .. .. .... .. ........ .... ... .. _. _. _______________ .. '' TOP QUALITY

come. I. Speaks at ITA Council I[ uid from: schi.ol.! it's a good deal
I II -l'iuei' on Lakeview
Sermons 11:00n 8:00 P.M. Diver sltlt'li (' ( Drive.
Sunday : NE\Y IUl'ERBil'TIST Ray Coopei. "- I
Keystone should! be '-' -
proud of
Sunday School 9:t5 A.M.: Training: Union 6:15 I; P.M. : CHURCH operative Training Coordinatorfrom lit.Patml Boys ,: HOME ppe
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship Clay High S"hoolas i n.nird ':
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.: I Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service guest speaker at a meeting of The ladies of St.Welcomedi ,:
i Ann's
Episcopal I
the County PTA Council in theroman's
Service WDVI1 at I 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I I Church with Mrs__. .v.. U' i
Hear the Sunday Morning over Club building on Wednesday. u '" j
i Wednesday, 7-:30: p. m. Everyone 26, from 10 I Hardenbergh as chairman, held! jI D
Sept. a.m.
llam. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. I I welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor. till noon Mr. Cooper discussed I Ian i open-house reception for Rev. 1 I ,
and Mrs. Dick Bird I
of !
Waldo at
,-I this important program, whereby
IIIGIIW.)1.1'EI the church last Saturday night.Rev. I
deserving school students
high I
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Church Bird has recently come to 1 1i
are given an opportunity for on-
services, 11 a.m.; Evangelistic St. Ann's and this affair
the-job training in the field that' wasfor j I .
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING services, 7:30: p. m.; Thursday, interests them while receiving: the community. get to 1 I We Service Everything We Sell ...
I young people's meeting, 7:30 p. nominal i know him and his charming wife. I II
salary from their employers -
l'lu'-Morid.i Milk Commission Mill hold a public hearing at theSrniinolr m. I The wives of all local ministers ,
I i and president of St. William'sCatholic : G. J. IfGRIFF
Building; Room 3ttt. 123 W. Forsjth St. in Juksonsille. I HEJLBROXNBA1TIST I During intermission refreshments i Church Altar Society :

Florida at 10 ,\.M. on Thursday Oct. 11, 1956.;) for thl'lIual'I.IXa..all. I were served by the hos-
CHURCH I ; poured punch while Mrs. Alma :
(Columbia-Baker Suwannee-IIainilton Milk I tesses -Mrs. Fred Dodd, Mrs. L. Blizzard
Sunday School 10 a.m. was in charge rf the
Jlarl.t'tiuJrt'a., and St. Johns and Bradford Counties for the ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 I \'. \\'ilIiamson.Irs.. W. S. Waite guest book. GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESStarke.

]purpose of retching evidence, testimony and jiertinent data relative I p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer I Mrs. Lindsay Walker, members of Panel Discussion
the Keystone PTA. Florida]
t.i the following/ considered actions by the Florida Milk Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Of .ln\cnile Jell nqurncy| I

Commission: Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. I During the business session A panel discussion on the subject -
plans were made for a school of Juvenile Delinquency was

1. Ke-tlefiuing the present urea to more closely conform to the I AIR PARK I of instruction to be held in Middje- I held at the Melrose Woman's

natural milk marketing; area in accordance "ith Chapter BAPTIST CHURCH I burg Oct. 11. from 10 a.m. fill : Club on Tuesday, Sept. 21. Ray

oOl, Florida Statutes, 1953.'i. ; i j 2 p.m. .: Gano. William Chiappini. Peggy
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning I The next County Council l meeting Webb, and Carolyn Ayers members .

Suspension of price controls for dairy produits other than Worship services 11 a.m I will be held in Orange Parkon of the High School Student IT'S UNLAWFUL

Class I Fluid :Milk. Training Union 6:45: p.m. Evening Wednesday. NoS:! Council served on the panel and
service 8 p.m. Come and i Police C'hief Resigns; answered questions hurled at I

3. Suspension of price controls except: at the producer le\cl. worship with usKINGSLBY i Ilaberstroh Filling/ In them by Junior Woman's Club! ,ii i i i i I
Police Chief has members
I Dermody and guests. I I
I. Cost of production of milk in the above named milk marketing LAKE I moved to Archer, where he has The panel discussed the summer ,i

area. I1SSIOS.RPTIST accepted a bookkeeping position. recreation program sponsored
Sunday School 9lo: a.m. Morn I Jack Haberstroh has been keep- jointly by the Melrose High j i i I For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

\. KecUvdfiration of milk. ing Worship 11 a.m. EverJng I ing law and order in Keystone School, and the Melrose Woman's j I

Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinr I j I until Mr. Dermody can be replaced Club, and expressed a desire
6. Establishment: of milk standards minimum of 4% butterfat 7:30 I he hasn't lost that this I
each Wednesday p.m. Everyone and hopes program be continued | Business Under A
content for all Class I Fluid Milk sold for human ('on.wnptlon welcome.-Rev. H. H. Iott, I any friends over this arrange- next summer with more responsibility I j Fictitious Name Unless

.. pastor. ment. You ladies of Keystone placed on the teen-agers j t

should appreciate the fact that They felt that responsibility, at i

The public is Invited to attend.FLORIDA. MELODY: QUARTETTE it's your children he's protectin!? I home and elsewhere. is a good I I The Name Is

I AT PINE LEVEL CHURCH when he tells you to slow it i factor in preventing juvenile I Registerede

The Favorite Melody Quartette down in town. After all the sign : delinquency. i

MILK COMMISSION of Knoxville, Tenn. will be heard I says 25 MPH and during the The panel also agreed that a'r j ji

I at the Pine Level Baptist Church !i time when children are going to i; ten mile speed limit on school
('01. Dexter Loury, 'hairman. I e
Sunday afternoon, Oct. 7, at 21 I -I

I o'clock. A basket dinner will be'' Peanut Cookies '

i served and everyone is welcome Ginger

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I II\I SEVENTH: DAY This Florida Law"It


WE APOLOGIZE Services each Sabbath In the
shall be unlawful
I home of S N. Brown across from for any person or persons, as defined hereu, to

Bethel Baptist Church east of engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious
name as herein defined
to the customers: -
? disappointed
many i Stark. Sabbath: School 2pm
without and unless said fictitious
nan.e shall be
who were inconvenienced when a delayed Bible Study each Wednesday registered with the

shipment caused our stock of KSTKUIJIIOOKFOl'NTAIX 7-3i p m Arden Mote, pastor clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

) PENS to run low at that very II \:MITONCHRISTIAN is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -

imp rtant time of year the opening of ('lIn)1) / signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

a new school term. Christian Endeavor.: Fiidav 7 ,it t all those interested in the business
p III Bibl,> Rudy! Wedne.stia enterprise, the extent of the incrust

Are are happy to announce that this 7'3o p i I':: :,unda101'1I11I1' Worship of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.

shipment has just been received and we are / 11.t in Evening Worship Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring
now ready to supply your KSTKKHKOOK 7'in:: !p' : Bilile! Sdl
I pen needs in all colors] sizes and point \\11: .J h'oe-'. :Mimstei! their intention his or
styles.] kit register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

(-1)) consecutive weeks in some
N "Nf newspaper as defined by law in the county
yes: we now have plenty of the famous where said registration is to be
made and said
registration shall
not be
shorthand pens and points that are so popular f A5'5n accepted by the clerk of the circuit court
with commercial students at Bradford! .. t except upon receiving proof of
-- such
High Shcool and we also have a new ,f1H g: = f? publication.

point (Xo laid) ) especially designed by .;

KSTEUiJllOOK for making carbon copies.: -- Peanut Ginger Cookiei, milk enl frrA oran" If

add up to a real llalloicttn treat. you are engaged in business under
as for ball points ESTEU15UOOK: now any name

has one on the market after years of research The SCOFIELDReference ':arebcieghosts; and gobI I PEANUT GINGER COuMtS I

and testing before they were willingto }1.:.< wil:: forget their tricks this I Illaoyeenwhen I

put the name of KSTKKUUOOK: on a ball Bible tray:: of treats !like you Peanut set out Ginger a- l-'t flour caps lifted enrictftl itlf-rincg- I I other than your own, and have not had this name

pen. Just one trial will convince you it was .. *j ground guigrf
1 : / ') Ro C. I.Sv..r'.rin: I). Cookies. Team the cookies traspoon
worth waiting for comes in fine ]line A .-r.i! In) I'mmeut; : X hobrtHelpi with mugs of milk, cocoa or 1 cap light Lrooa sugar

and medium and! holds five times as much on Pages Where Needed cider Witches'and devilment.you needn't fear any **i t cup cup chopped uncooked peanuts quick! rolled oufl properly advertised and registered we will be

ink as most ball point All for the modest R ," I ,. Rrirr'r Rru.rJ Peanuts and rolled oats 1 egg beaten ,
price of $::!.30 plus tax. Mar j Kr-; Irrglij -. )'-"ptr, .s, the secret ingredients that li cup lalad oil
/r i Bonk* t ti r ",br, givethese 2 tablespoons milk

Although ESTER BROOK has been A I. .c'. .Bt.1:: 'r 111'C'' : i *catUIC They are cookies so easy a chewy to make quality.when !ii traepoon noma tilrat glad to give you all necessary Information as to
> C "[ t liccJ
forced to make a slight increase on its you use self-rising flour. The Sift together flour and ginger.Add .

regular pens (now $3): ) they are still the need to salt measure baking powderand brown sugar and rolled
is eliminated. The
lnstalue by far on the market. Ask the 'Thillth method is simple. All :you do is oats. Stir in peanuts. Combine what you should do.BRADFORD

man \\ ho owns one ni combine the dry ingredients, egg salad oil, milk and vanilla .
blend the liquid ingredients extract. Add liquid to flour
and then stir these two nuxtures mixture stirring until well
Bradford County Telegraph 1 ) ( together. blended. Drop by teaspoonsfulonto

Baking cookies for Hallo- lightly greased baking
1 I:D4 W CLl STREET weeners is great fun: and sheets. Bake in moderate oven TELEGRAPH

... .. . STARKE FLORIDA especially so when you use a.n.eav (375'F.) about 10 minutes.
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I I- Meet 'Hampton Infant dude a brother. Raymor i ".

Woods Fire Protection Called FATHER SKEHAN a sistet Katie Ann
\ -w :,, DeWitt C Jones Fune: i. H
Dies Rites Held
; of St.nke '* _.s ::i i'... _

Bargain For Bradford County"The I 0' Elvis-ites Lash ""!' : :t! : .1::". :,'nt-

J"iK! : t. -f.f; > : : t K: i"I :V.i'\

T!: >.1. I't' <.' .. : s ,! .::_!hu-: iMi t.- -
people of Bradford County would get a real bargain 1tjri1
: .m'.l 1 Mr.H l;!len TiU'iiMs-!
with countywide fire protection," District Forester J. Frank
Hampton were held Saturday at \V.C.T.IJ.

Lee of Lake City said yesterday in discussing the establish- Pastor Bob GrayNarrowminded the giave", idf in Sante Fe Ceme- I

ment of a fire control unit here. The question will be voted ; :teiwith toe Rev. Alette Pac klum 'I.* \lIt..1I: TIIOM\X MI-TON

on in the O6 general election. ":'ti I. .,1 tin!: "t4)lI '-( IJ'\\. llI. M NKMOKI

"Fire protection would be a real bargain for Bradford ,, UI I tO': '"(' Man tied: !n: a lot ..1 !hi'! !: !I'r.ori.r lit t\ ( OKH

County without even considering the increased timber growthand ,./'t I l.i.-t Thm-dav! : hl "n\!! \\ j\('KITX: It \\I' t\: tI: ; *- \\ t."

said. "Fire I Hi .':.: .i ruf: illne, She: wa; hun
income that would result. the forester protection -
St!nko, :Si-p" l II> li'ViC | N \1ION \Iiii.u. oUt. '
would cost the county only $3,990 per year and the '
Square? I .1.- I., ;;, I : ,,1.-\\-: : "
state and federal government would pay the remaining J70.5S9

for the first year's operations and capital outlay." he explained.
the annual would be Ilev Hob Gia> former pastor of Lae
"After the first year expenditure

about pointed$29.000 out for that salaries.a large maintenance portion of, this etc.."money Lee explained.He would be. analyze Hampton current Baptist trends"Chun in'h.the who light tries of the to r'*. '4. Sell It Rent It Trade ll

that the B.ble. "ain't nothing but a hound dog" in I_______ ... -..:: t.'-. ..r *
spent in Urandford County and everyone in county I

would benefit either directly or indirectly from fire prevention.The the opinion of at least two loyal membersof F.-'i.' I :'in .A Skeh.i::. ',,1'.1i'

District Forester also stressed the fact that in 1955: the I the Elvis Presley Fan Club. 0 I '.-: :S': K'lA.il'i's: i C.i'1'iiii: WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Elvis-idolizers ( S* lk"\\.I,. b. !Ic1.
fire Furthermoie. say these :.1.: : )in in -
40 Florida counties already under organized protectionsuffered .
of the Dallas. Texas Presley 1.1:101 I ..:101 1 brings with hm a
of their joint presidents
three cent
a loss of less than per acreage '
Club Pastor Gray is a .'narroxv- ;I "bte.Uh n! the ould! sod.: Low Rates Good Results To Place
burned. Compared to a loss of 06 per cent in those counties I : Father Skehan was born in hasy

without fire protection. Bradford was one of the latter. minded square" who is fighting a losing Ireland on July 5, 192S and. as he i tO WORDS OR IJ>$. ONE IXSEKTIO M

I battle: "against all the teenagers of Amer
---. 2YS it, "wanted to be a pnest : EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
ica." since I was a kid."
_"IIU1'1O' rift HI.IMI *i)5! OR *I't '>OT \n;:
25e: PUUQ'
Set Up Switch In Policy I The raging contro\ y stat ted during a i He was ordained on June S. 1952; iI-orsT OF IS PEn CENT ON T0 on MttllK n.Iilo>,*

Ag Boys 1 recent personal appearance of the Irrp- S : and came to this country a few .

On Donations i swaying guitar-playing singer on the I months later to take a position as Fill K. >.\l.i: :N'xx and ",. d .\i. : i.sr\n: HIM.MM.-: :
New FFA GroupA i By of Jacksonville theatre. Rev. Gray assistant priest in the Sacred \\ i.Mils, \ ( '. onlx! 111Ti.' -"I 1 WStarve
stage a 4'i' 1"h:! i I '11 \ Ni -K: i'I'' i .iiI .. \
mounted the pulpit to denounce Presley's"socalled I, Heart Parish. Lake Worth Two al t -I..... l.ii-iiu. li..i, ,K. '
new Futuie Farmers of i County Is NotedA : years later he accepted a similar Full :'.\I.E-I;.'.. x.'iiHK lax ,mt runsn wi-l! <.-l.il.liMixl' n.iti.-ti.il! \ K -
musical talent" as a new low in Church South high prodm lion Hal.. ,.. k- & riat -1.-. ",,-I irK-iiii/-iti,. i I MKI I
organized at in
recently I II post Epiphany
America chapter was I lit-,.ahs. Kargain J. I: HIMHI." Kt > F.1:11.aoo; :iSV. tt '{u. ., -
at Bradford County High j, turnabout in policy on donations -: "spiiitual degeneracy. Miami. He served theie a year. :-. ik.\ r:>: Stark.- lip ut "' ''I.' I h"ii :ii x.ar* I h..hjMTxue >
the I Life IJghN Fire ami then at the Little ,inun, --ti-kint I ii.
and has been named a year t..1
School the Commissioners .
County .
i by \V \OOTEI.--Th.:: :I Miisle I men ] flail "I' i..ti|>le I'' take n\t
Staike Chapter Future Farmersof was noted by County Clerk His sermon was covered by jeporters Flower Church in Hollywood. he- I traxcl I with 111..lIa 1\1'. llott I lull Stark I leriilmx t I'.'ml'I' '' .

America. Charles Darby Monday as the I :and photographers from Life Magazine who fore coming to Starke as a fullhedged and transportation" ...piul Make' up ( a flg. adequate.. Mi|'erxis"umu! mi, t .
t., $I ihi a xxi ek See Mi Siiydfi. xertisuiB i 1I1'1''ri to BMII i > i iXn
Joseph G. Wood advisor to thenew Bradford County Fair officials received were in Jacksonville on assignment to observe priest. M! iirnoliH Holel ]lip\ mxevtim required !;. ., : "' ,II

group. said the chapter was I assurance they would receive Presley's effect on teenagers \\ho I Father Skehan. who is also thepastor _.. : -'II..ri"lIt.. lIul ii......,,,.I..3.. t ,.
lieilrooin unfurnished ang i\" tuneiiinrc -
to more Future -I the Catholic Mission at Fol' IENT-Tt\ "
provide at
organized I $250 for fair advertising andi are reported to "swoon" and become hysterical house. cu.i rhriMian) and 1.1 en-eil ale-iiien' ol Irk\ iIHMIed
Farmer oppoitunitips and i i Keystone Heights likes everything 1'iatt St". Al'P'.x' Mrv Mundorff |[ t" mxeMiicate tin ..,1\ ifage.s '
activities for the boys who are prizes. when their idol begins his musical about Florida. at Colonial I Flu'ri-t. I i'hgI. I, ,.f .-..:uiung the I' I"II': ..i ? .
"In the past we have been Musical Degenerate? zatii.n 1.hare in the I.. i.. '
taking vocational agriculture. The i criticized for making donations forsuch gyrations. The story was told in a subsequent "I like the grand warm weather \\ asherfor1Ctood :''I'XIT :!I'1I..II"n-\\ i.l. i im i- z ,

group already established at thi find I issue of Life and then the fun be- I you have .here. And I love the ., H bK-I I... ; tIII"lIIal.. ..nditioii' II- JJ1";;::'e xxhen '''.iiiiullt,1.taili... Ilu lulling i.. I .
pui poses and now we "a |' ,.uar' fain..11atali'K.. 11I:111..1 l \\ -
school is the Bradfoid Chapter. for doingit. : people, th Y're s G friendly." he: new. xx !ill !-ell for $-'' 1i"r'thyV.iir :'"J.I'I.I..n \\ritet.,dax '
we have an authority gan.Pastor -. ::21V.:I iUdi-on. i'h"fl"J ,'
Officers chosen for the newchapter As for Pastor says in a inch brogue.Spoils U,'hg
." Darby said. Cray was deluged by indignant being a "squire. Gray :::. ; I Mil: > 1" VII XI VI.I'.M:

ale Rudolph Sapp presi- I As long as the money is in a letters from infuriated Presley fans in all admitted that "You Aint Nothing But A I is the hobty oi the new SAI.K-'l 1" thousand Florida .li.hn T. I.unu. Ilislrli-l *>air.. >li:..
dent Rudolph Hutcheson. vice- he both'II Foil : It.., 11:110. Co''; tal Ititrr. .'1..
; treasury which can be audited by parts of the country. Perhaps the most Hound Dog." one of Mr. Piesley's smash priest. He told how played ,.. >.lraxxlterry plants Iand.1 t-tiu.Z'
president; Rot rt Cooper. secretary Gaelic football and hurling Curing "... price I In-oil-it to anyonehiiying i i i '
the state. donations for advel'tis-I abusive was one from Dallas which accused hits "frankly leaves me cold." But. he I enure lot J. II "d,...".". :
; Wilbur Barry treasurer: he explained. his schooling and produced his Hox ;;'6- ". Jack>on\llle I I
are permissable. la.
ing Pastor Gray of making mountainsout added "I hardly think I could be classifiedas I MII:> :
Bill Forsyth reporter: and Fied- ) said auditors in past I "hurl y" stick to prove it. He'' i'li'ii.. Kigini: :&4 ::t.-hg lu'i:: 1I1:1'1I1'Ir\ll\l: :

sentinel.As Darby of mole-hills and "Putting vulgar a 'square.' for those who know me that av.lil-I'
die Stephens per- said the game is rough and Wtn.l >-ti .-ral men in t th' ito .
this view.
have not taken S.MAI.I. I'SKP M.Mlern piano .
its first money making activity years thoughts in the minds of your youth when sonally know that I love young people, am he lost !-eveial teeth in one en- al.le tills tteek 111 Starkis'.tn lie I! nurk uith ourall. 01.1''.it-
has had the | .
tut an auditor who findIn !I d'r.I.farll'' .1. .in.t i
the chapter is selling subscriptions same problem in other counties | there is actually nothing vulgar at all definitely not the staid straight-laced counter -en MI'ISI I lix i.illiiiB, I'" I""i'. \wntinn\ I'nixet-itx :'work K.irn from $;.". I.. Jlmi H.ly '
to both the Farm Jour- (',rmaiii-nt '''Mtii.n m .\ .
about Klvis." type at all." ,\xn FK ... :-. lianu; ,,uii. Fla | it I.
has advised the commissioners they | l.a. ri'-r VYonderful
j lit hI.IIClI'I'I'I /: op.i| ''nuiii \
nal and Town magazines
are on firm ground when they In his anti-Presley sermon the militant 1'reaclier Prajing :lailvame. For personal I i ml'i v :. I'
New officers elected recentlyby |I Change In Name j urite t fullx to Xa-i'hui Plant' 1 I'

the Bradford Future Farmers make such donations. Rev. Gray now pastor of Trinity Baptist Said Pastor Gray: "I have prayed for I 7:: .. ii 't "in II. Co. H,,\ III.'.. Winter t.ti; "I'n i iI F.i.aaoo.asrn "
of American chapter were Bobby The issue arose when X. : Church in Jacksonville had charged that Elvis Presley to be saved and will continueto t 11111""'" I'. I I )I-

Sapp. president: Sidney Newman Smith. commander of the Starke | Presley's appeal is based on a "sensual. pray for him." Of School II lakr.. apirulmalrl. M da, I..
Negro for oar $ I Kill: 1.1
vice president: Jack Griffis secretary American Legion which sponsors | hip-moving display" rather than genuine Snapped Dallas fans: "Have you ever i uf umkr our purchui niiMlcru r nrriiBrmrnU urn huui.. \ uu :

; E. D. Norman. treasurerEd the fair was assured by the'' musical talent. asked him if he was saved or not00: figure II >urrl> )"U nanC l 0 s''' I 'iitn\ .
fair officials would hrr buuir l>> t hri..luiji... !<'urciII ? II
Mosley reporter and Jerry board that the II No Treat Fur Blind You're just trying to attract attention to Given would a lie appropriate and .hr. will I K mi TOM sinviiWorld's : \(. "' /tII'

Saggs sentinel. receive the $250 allotted in the : ApprovalThe II unit nlll apiirrriulr it fur
"A Presley personal appearance wouldbe your church. a Jutr IOUK Ions .1...... \\ r fttill hate a.ri.'iion ; ie.iding; I nif cr it .II I I .1--
The Bradford Chapter and the I budget. a complete failure at any institutionfor Another Presley fan from Baltimore. .. lu pl.,&.. Ironi. We "IHho I re-pi.ii-ilile individual in ti-ti 'iiitdiai'r : 'i iI ;,
I s.-i\i.ini -In.p III 1111- ai I
Starke chapter teamed up Saturday .. .. II. )ou take pour rbulrr aad
the blind" said Pastor Gray. "I have scolded: "Elvis says 'I don't do no dirty finanrp iI. flight noxt rail w hirli needMjvh. serx u e
to remodel and enlarge the i Bradford Schooli "r xx III
All Day SingingThe County >lr.Srxxr.l I l.nK.i I Inlanil vhoinow i in .
eaten in restaurants where his records body movements.' There is more sincere :a'is: and a.k 1..0'10'' '. \\ndrrxx | ('lit'r.m
school store. The project was i Board Monday agreed to change or >lr. 'lbmu.... i j I Amenta' ustest KrowinK .a 'II I

supervised by Mr. Wood. Star e BradfOl d-Union singing convention were being played and I have never seen truth in his remarks than yours. What a the name of the Lawtey Training Ii1.Ouii- lupine'Inland n., ''''''. i
adv.-rtJMiiB attrait.ii'toniti" -
chapter advisor and P. C. Hutch- will meet all day Sunday. :, any teenagers set earn, become hysterical hypocrit you are!" School to the C. C. Anderson Jun- t'J.OHIU.HE.J.TY CO. I! M-any hop- inakinK IS.""".$v unuear .

ins Bradford chapter ad'isor.Two Oct. 7. at Brandy Branch northwestof Baptist ,' or go into a trance. My appreciation for The crowning slap at Pastor Gray camein lior High as requested by the group 3.V.; 'Irniplr Of.,..Starke.. Mark. Kla.jln. !''with\' moderate Ideal opportunity capital ui-hint for !I"'," t

purebred registered Angus Church five miles good music of all types is as normal as a letter signed by "Two Loyal Fans"of i I of Lawtey Negro leaders. I .. l-hone :;vt Ma" XW-J: ou n 'ei lire profitable' t hi->I in"-" \vKTouth -
heifers have recently been Baldwin. This is a homecoming ..". a-ut-ut / 1."iI"I"0". i i
pur- I that of else. I'm however ( Elvis that is). After throwing the In the letter requesting the
anyone sure t Ledrooiu niansonrx I cI\\'n '
chased from Freeman all singers and those interested Foil I KKN'T-: : Tit u' ii.ivitKtit imoinijii'i' Kp.
Register Sr and for the life of evaluatethe book of abuse at the Jacksonville i! hange the Negro citizens committee house loniplelelx furnished. .!.\ lialaint. Flee fait'I >I i\ I tia ,
that I me teenage -
for training the FFA toys of in gospel singing are urg&to ;( i indicated they ate satisfied I tarHirl.' large > aid. Inquire at I lug It...' ll..- X on ol t ioir n... n \ ,
both in attend. bodily movements of this young entertainer minister they added: :jut K Krownlee. ..:i lip IIhi"", II-I..lill': 1'1'1.17.1. .. .,01 ""
good cattle I
management with progress being made under hI"tl>i"l:
and showmanship. I as being anything less than vulgar 'T.S. You aint nothing but a hound i I the segregated system and are FlMJ RKXT Fixe I ",.I" furnishedapaitniHiit I writt-.
I N ('hut ,'h St. '
Present OTl't i.-'I
plans are to show the and sexy. dog. not contemplating an integration N ... .'
I'hone 17.:.'Vx ur aipl> il1* IM.XVK >11'0. < .11.1. -1
heifeis at the Bradford County' To whom it may concern: Ii' I fight. Thanh SI tfebgI, 11 iu'u Jaiksun "|.. <"iiilii :2. NrbiF

Fair Oct. 22-27 will not be lesponsible for any "We aie not disturbed about the Work -
C.Ir.T'and Carpenter
debt.ma.le wile who
bv 1 Supreme Court decision." the let- Small new and repair Jobs accepted. -

TilE RIGhT I'OI.NT for the signs her n'nne Polly Starling tfi said, "because Joe C. Hicks nt. 1. Box il! KI'VT: :: Tin .... i .....i in., I '
uav you \% rite. Come in anti sr-' fbi 'thy Ann St.ulmt ut MisV Afternoon Skating Sessions Prove Popular you are giving ...7 \ St.ik., tl.hBol f"rll-h.,1, ai.111 n..-nt u \\
'II< good schools and increased ta- liiit Si I'll.lie.TfcU
J40..t your f.i\orit tSTEH; JW.OK \ := SI.III1:! 'iSifjnciiiWlliam '
i .!ltles. and we are nearer IhI'arate (' 'n T'ITIIiVK.nsiiiY
I'uunlaln vn. lELEGKAI'H. S !SI.tiiiig it turns 111:1' UIU:!) .
.- / but equal' pattern than Fi 'II.EThr..e liedro .in I I.
--W I All lakr All Model* ';:::1 Fran-"iSi. 1'11..11.\! .1
: '' : ".o' .4.frr --= '._ .: .; .J II IPX of the county systems in the Hrasonahle ( harcei, jsnaraBteeilcuts. :9-.. 11, 1'111da.I1.'. and I .
: .
'H' .- .. '" s1:.lt.' r. siiF.riir.uuTia ..r'.r. 4 ... II m tt L _
W'. <'aa"I_ ._larLe_ _l'fc.239. _
T The letter was signed by the : 1 Foil Hi\T: -Tlitef. li.ilri.oi,, )J. ,, ,
I lit\'. I II. L Bright chairman of the FilnI.I'w! : : <. x S X 16 con- in K-\ -t-..... II..iphtho -, .t",..". I.
This Week's II., te l.l'.i k 1 J.o i ni'"t t Jl.OO per ,
SpecialsOCTOBER I- I -: i-d i I'a'h C'.t i.l i- ..tii.
i oniniiltee. Linwood Crawford.president IHK M..rt.ur M I \ f' 'i 1'1' bag -
J i'--t .Hid III'h'n"1'1'| '' .' i
KtU: c. : L'u. phone
r.radfotd: ; "J .". ,
Joseph Britt. TttieLove If lit: nt -' 'p. i in i l'Iu.ii'N- x-t -
94. Starke. n. .. .. ,
.1 -I i
Smith. Sadie L. Chi! k. the1v
: K. Allen Jessie Mooie and WHEN IX NEED OIo'I I 21 I.\TH. at TKI.nVISIOX Dahmer's. consoles Ddown :
()zi ira Shell.In I tfo.bgl"I.n
explaining the request the

"! II Ip{ said. "We as citizens are mteiested !
DIRT \1.1:
in identifying our school

HANKIES C i ---- 4.- .\ ith our race leader. Professor or DISKING ', F..IO:: \ii: !I" a. tes on 1..1">II _.
uax alioiu one mile from llinleys :| -
Charles Cromittie Anderson is now THIGPEX JR.itt. I plant in l,41ti'iTlu'i ..
W. L. .
i ,
|tlent.x of loom here to I.mid iulioines
( : sernnghis Hth year as principal 2 Box: 245-D Alton Kd.rnQNE e.n Ii on fie aiit- |1.- 1'
1st Quality! -- : 'of our school and has done a won- land cleared and readx. to I I..i, i i"II

6 Limit I -- dcrful job." J 297-J Tolal pi It.. XXIth li-i iii- |v .1 >

Bright Colors Crowds ,}f eagei "Iun stersgathert' entitles them ti. skating and re- :M'IIJ.S AXI) T1IU1I.I.S. are "He is currently president of the Starke, Fla. I U l'lo-t.511I' to n''rthitv IHIIII fami..

<\ around Toni Casere. Bradford Teacher's Association ,I' S ""I with o\er :2iiii r..1 "I- i
i reation puvilege> foi the afternoon plentiful at the afternoon County .
three ,
liedioom. one hath honif II I -
'reation dlrel'tol'dnesday at- program until January 1 skating sessions in the I'SO.Hubert member of the Board of Ii I'11..:"' I. \.. F- I.. not fiis-t i la-s but I.-IM l>e in,.1.1.

tetnoon (Jlast week as he ga'ebnef While waiting their turn on the ('In-shier (alxne) gets Directors of the Bradford County : ,Fin 1: IEOOTTh.: ...... l-.lr.,..." .hotinil'lrtrlt -<- into .s.imethiiiK. / iii.-) .. Groundtend \
)h .I"r' .
fiat !t-II'1 K1-- oxei deep. Tiut- C I- a
instructions before staitmg I skates, some of the younsters an a..sisf from voting Teachers' Credit Union. has earn- |1',1- ft: ,ilu" !I't't' month.Mr Cleat potential here r.... ., I.UMII-

them oft'on the first aftel noon "bopped" to hit tunes on the after an upset lust \\ friend"f|ed the master of arts in education \\'.,It..! M'itpln."- l Iu'" XK.Ith ..' well as a h'umaThu> nropetushould '
: T. ir I't. .fI. -'.I ;',li' I :aine>- UK rea-e in'alu.... ste.uli\. i!
POLOS skatingness ion for grades 4 newly installed "jook box." while from Teachers' College Columbia 1,11 H'hl Ifl l*> i'ri.aOO with $l..0: down .i.l i

23c through 6. others played ping pong on tables The recreation : University has been awarded. fill month.Available.
skating and ses- .. modern
I'm 4.1: SAI.K T" !li-'lroom now. at $700 i< :i K" d*
"We'll have to buy mOle small I purchased by the Bradford Coun- sions are part of an organized j i I i many citations and honors for frame lm.i- ..n ,.. a"r.ieared. large lot in northweM Starkt. f--t i
1st QualityShort size skates" Casey commentedas ty Recreation Committee. | the 'i meritorious services in religious. I..nil with I..n move 1.... a ted I".tiitIlium| d"" n nith I Shill Il monthKpayment' I I. /
being by
developed ,
S SleeesHrijjht program 1 mile N'otMi ..f 1.,1.\ on 101 -. There is alreadv a timh \\ .
impatient small fry clamored I This afternoon of wholesome'' Bradford County Recreation Com- I I civic and educational activities. We \\' It: Sin kl.ind. Itt I'n"" 37
S Stripes tot a turn on the rollers Even fun was one of three sessions 'I' nutttte. a group composed of I!appeal to you to honor him on the l.iwtev: tfohK.Poll Ii Thi- lot i Is. :2ft f,.,-t deep ami 1.-
ion feet on Rood graded. road I I-:
----- though they skated in shifts there' '!local level by naming this beautiful I
of organized recreation now be- representatives from some 20 .\I.E-- I..h"ItlndllllllK: room i meinher this j il city propeit t ty
Men's ATHLETIC simply weien't enough skates for | ir.g offered in the usa each civic and student groups. school C. C. Anderson JunioriHigh ,; Mllte. IllMile: l l.\ Toll.llll-oll i "f I HighI'om' I *;f a*'re i'huirnainguat.m rs- t-'1.,'.
everyone to have a turn before I larel.iiffet. table and I 8 I Must I !... .sold l.t4 "'1. I:,. i iI fi.fill,
week. Students in grades 7 Both the county and the city : in lieu of Lawtey Training .hairv Rareain f"r <|iaiu-k sale. i IRerie.t for retirement or pride t I.
the two-hour session was i School. .. ::.I", Walnut St .... .. ..
up. through 12 have their have funds I Can I. -eeii at I living Heaiitiful tlui l 1. <11' "i
inningson budgeted to the '
pay 1\1'
SHIRTS 31CI a tin HI- I ,," : tp.h.'iiia uith aliout. 1:!-.r">
Mi- John Stephens. Casey'sassistant. ;;' Tuesday afternoon from 3 to salary of part-time directors. The !I The group explained they were I sijumare feet Ex-ery <-""\tom mu-r,, ,

was kept busy signing' 5. and Fnday nights. 7:30 to civu groups are contributing opposed to the term "training FI.1tI.. -: -".0 or f.'' thousand MX-- f Serenitx tinex'. elled Thru: tI ,
ond. runner Florid. "0 <.t ran berry Illllil-caped ....tI,1' mile,I ot I II IS
members I
Regular 39c up at a dollar fee uhich 10:30:: funds for s{ hool" because "some persons not i ;
equipment plants.Ira WiN, n. Ut. 1. Starke3tp I ;Z:<<\ Approxundtelx' ".", uniiiit.t. '
I 1st QualitySCARVES! I familiar with our county have in- lOll .1.11 ksotmlle ol Call'e; -X 1 II.<

Film On t Mrs. Fronie Murphy teipreted the 'training' as being --. I'x-ner tr.tn-feri..l. <.. 1ul.u r' la.,1 a ri-i
Racing I Last ChanceResidents FOU KKXTX.; ; .. eH jiiriii-hfl tw' I iini- >, |II. j-rtrll i- IIIK tiiaiiv th'1.and I
similar to the School inTarianna. 6i q .
Training liedroiilll ii' ma'e M pplv| at dollais for th" ijiin' k -i.t
Dies At 74 Former I } Fla. for incorrigible North Vater St Itp 1.1" .i'e minx' t\triv :a- \oii itt
Featured At Park wishmg- vote in the : -, $.:, Hi.n !.,".1.! J', -u-u, .1| ,ul .;,
boys '.. . '. .. ,
c Resident Of StarkeFuneial t'Oltt.. : rr.iiti.Mllx' ". wl''a"'r ;,x- t. rue .i. i r- '-n 11 j i n i' [
geneial election O6 will haveto j The letter concluded: "We be- "' I 'lit-, k" nt.T ';.-h lll'K'fi I Ji MI i :""<|1''tnr-I ..I'"-r I n t 1" ,

get their names on the books ll.eve; that this will the. or $ :I''i <1..v\n and ", ,,"thl,' pa\- f
seivu-es for Mrs Fron- move help ..
10 Al 1.,' :aret O'Brien laum hes a tiientsf $11)f''- I |' in all WALL REALTY
Ia\y Crockett ii- Hall Murphy. 74. were heldMonday by 5 p.m tomorrow i Saturday i or i general public know the proaress: .;7-.I IT fiox "I1! StarkItp
ii 1.ueer after a five year ab- I will! be out of luck. Mrs. MarIan
PrintS at the graveside in Dyal |wt hate made in education during KEKISTKKED; BROKER ,
se- urn the screen as she starsi of I 'nit :AI.K Tin..e.r..om hoi'th ---
21" ;loiv" Cemetery with the ReLac.\' I j Crosby. supervisor registratIOn. -':'yciir administration on our coun- \. \'r" I I.' ,,"tii tw" 'ar
i which plays Sunday. warned this week. t\ board adIH the white triraS- al "q N t'h.rrvit Office : :r,7: X Walnut St. !C
S 1st QualitySHOES} %M"'i'liv! and Tuesday at the Park Conway officiatingMrs give i i-i...... 1'i.t" Itn: i l'i ".
Mrs. Crosby said she will keep Phone 1 IS-J I' 0. }loifi I
Murphy died Saturday .ir.ii < <.Ioerl! si'hoo ,; "f! Law lev

-- ri-t itie. morning in the Alachua General I her office open from !:30: a.in. equal! Hle-stlty.) : "I'm: I I'KN'T::< "n K ."<""-' I.-'k.- Starke Fla 1 i
Tin- story tells of horse racing until noon and from 1 to ;5 tomorrow .111 fiT'll-il-tl ll 'I'" ., 'h -1'- -
Hospital. She had lived in Starke k 'T K-n \\ ,tnt-r ra'I.... k \
n-'i the men and women ho have ''with her grandson. Zenas Tet- I 'I', I', I., ... .,. ....'. --ii4; ii., fi'' -' ,

,' i'ed! the traditions of the turf. If a person voted in the M.u F'.I: ii\'i: .11 oj 1 : I..j 1 ..

>\ tHy bred filly. a dark-eyed stone. before moving to Gaines- primary he can be sure his nameis 0.00) ) IJKWAKI SI 000 n"i-t-.I. ...p.rf ..' -00 I III I.. f.
,yule about two years ago. EAGLE'S .1 i I. 'Ii" l II. 'I i l"u I.
1.39 I n. i-\: and a handsome million- i Survivors include a daughter. I i on the books. the supen.-n'. To .\n'imne UhnVill tIring A 11.---! u.; ._. j .

lies 1 {>'.> & 2)9'alues !' i : e teamed up in a plot which i 1 said But if he did not \0''e .: ( Hstonierliu l'ur-lia-.m- I'swl ,
( Mrs. Pearl Tetstone of Gainesville. \ IITI..MoTHKi; I-: Kv: :. i ier '
\ :. -. nhed as both hilarious and I has moved since voting. he !">*.;:,.: ( art i *'m/, a-i', fare for ihudt-r. it! i t,
,if. sister. Mrs Belle Yeomans ofgtark.
S : "'ental. xx.ekend/ longer. rii i- Jli: I i t'
Ladies and chei kj .
; &: Children n me in
i : a brother. Joe Hall of "t I ITT \\r I.j.! .1 1 !f'.I. i iMKI.I ;
i" .--tarred'lth Margaret ''jarksonville I j, After tomorrow the boonhi .- .. Bradford Wholesale Mtr -. Inc
: a half-sister. Mrs I .
': iloseil, until after the ...' 26thAnniversary .1'1:1' l-la-ter- 11..1 I I1
i i 111; are Walter Brennan and tin' .fFli''s I'rum Courthouse .
Rebei 'iVest of Holly Hill: .11'i 1 :: IIdo < ', :i I ISI

\ ii'ntre I :. Greenwood. The story seven ?i .indchildien and eight 13.: X. 1einjile \ve. Jt-l. 31$ i'k.i _i .

l'hone I :-1' enlivened with three songs !, meat g' :mdl hlldren. 'Lutheran Services I I ilol,: IENTf'urtIt I ., |, u"i-

:>v Miss O'Brien and Byron F''"'f: P.VT: _f: ,- !In -lra\le one |I i .Vm.x; ii-i .r.i'eit >. 1ttt.r--
I ar.'l tw' b'-'I: mni apartment Vxt l-hot,.- -,J..J jh I In .
:>.." Broadway star of musical Off The A meeting to discuss: plars f. .t < |
3,1 String H<-a=' nab> Mand Mrs. W. HNollman. .

.. .. : :, Lutheran serv.ces in Stat k. \\ ... 22? W. Madison tfcbg i.''STI \\.lk"r III'"- ti M ii,.: :..,
Mi Marian Howe. Chamber of ''be held Frtda;;'. O. t. 12. at 7 ..30'p. I I -axVathan:< i-alifor.l I W..U..T
J P.\TO OX !?.VVTXOS KET'TfiVF. !I f-"u-u--i-liar sn- }-", ktll ( .
:iCoir.meice secretary said the m at the home of :Mr ;a;-l : y
.: !STATE PAVK KETSTOVE .!i A- ;Nut lt-I'.n| eel'.eld Kej, (
Band Parents Telegraph reported her membership Mrs Chetei E'ood.. t6V I SALE0CT1516th HEIGHTS. FL-\.. MEl.BER .!- I .\!J- I IfilleTl., k f.-.l., Wltll ..1!
I FDIC. tar VV.ll'in-, i.r I'eerf.. |
last week. St
150; U wrong Madison iea: h 1 I- o.l"r'l. I'Mint- I 17-1 I
Iii i adford County Hand Par- i I :She said the Chamber is trying | The! Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt" p-- |I II \\'f: pry AN'D ELL USED FCni i .Natni.'i/ Sanfurd_::IpiJ i I".

(all 't.I \--.h XITFRE Erod! Furniture Co.. '!
I ir U'\i( : -:MarjaiK.t tn laif..1
: I II iom. Bradford County 'String: and onto the wire in her of Gainesville will be present P'i. ne f tfchg !1,1. I I'"I.u."r < ;.ft Shi..p 1.1"n.

S niiol! a; '> p m. Monday. office display "Some of them I All! Lutherans and all pe..t;.: ."- \ : I i'. (' ". .. C---- I.... 11./!,_:

AH! bind patents are have: beer stringing along long not affiliated with a chu-h: .00' ,, ---a I IU .. ,j s_'; ".. I", FOI: -M.r.-o; !' 1'0, -ula-mp' 1..1., .

':t... M .,...- '-. ..... 1L .,.--- :.' ",: ''i' -. ',' : ..tt.'r.d. en.nsihe: said muted t. > alter i 1'1 I .: o-- J. ( .:-' xi '.i <; .it' ....>I'.n' t .-, i p:
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1 Mi.ith' .ill.Ue i by the fedeialgoxernsi.en' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTlHome -turn in dom A.I': ,',
: ani :: e.
Examinations Slated b1',: trta"ern '-.", and! ni'H-s! in the fabric.
For Scholarships In Irrigation -- The Answer 30 farmers in the county are pei- Demonstration J JNotes Nevera..' '.- a. .

mittei to grow four acres uimoie. i.unt J one*. Lint bum : :ao ::1": ::'

Teacher Education ; 3 3bv urea will! q.nI'n tie! ark: t..t: '

The sun is hot. the arth par- I .'rr.r'rl'a t. iii.
Cull 2
( students planning to .
thed. Plants m the fields droop In addItion Bradford has ir 0 Han.:: colontuttu) :;, ." t tsuite 1': '
enter the teaching profession will DOROTHY ROSS 4
miserafch, and a pall of dust ob- .1. It'S in strawberries, with pros- l to pre\-nt fads, F, I r.d l
have monthto
an :
opportunity 1 sciires the sun p<-its the acreage may increase Home Demonstration Agent 4 sun will fade ;he tnt ,t h: t't': -
for $400 schol-
compete a year a time \
,, Then comes water, water from "l Interest in strawberries is in-
arship loans.Examinations : }'. : .. t Food. ProgramTlit the table and then Garments that: .
city stain nerd
the sucked by !t'a"In3id/ Huggins, because: apply rnri: ;,
deep in ground. up
will be held OtNi ". -.... ,, "
: .d.1".1! : tram Hel- penetrating seal. "drip dry: Wash lai.-lu.K: win-:
it pulses d't varieties, irrigation bet-
powerful gasoline pumps o '
in six centers of the state for ? bronn out
'. Unlev .n.j i .state Farm squeezing 01 \\ Ilnlll". .1:1.'
through aluminum pipes and Lrr iii-.f! t and disease control and They also decided that they
the teacher aspirants and for student Homo! I Ucmn.ttitinn Clubs met'drwsdl placed on a plasti eluthes h..rsr
sprays life-giving moisture ever: ;>: ''-1"! t.t for heavier volume of i would work on the t lothing and
nurses who want to try for .. .. \' in tile ayeni's officeto to drip dry Smo.itn then,' k;: net
All of these combine to ,
j wheie. v foods projects this year
nut sing scholarships. ." .. better market.A pi.tn for the foods work, in 1957: hemline and tnauiiins! !h:1.l:: .!
Tie tests for this area will begiven 1 Will this be the anA PI t.. < M. .+ s and tor the canned foods exhibit fare of :?Mimiucr t'Mlie. when hungA

| of Bradford Counts. 's most i d"> ,: 1 hose installing irriga- at the county fair next month.In With the cold breezes coming, .
in Gainesville at the recreation ;, good pl.ne to st-'r' -,, :...:' "
renter 516 NE Second Ave., i problems? e the. i Lloyd Dyal.Voodrow' discussing the foods situation it is just about time for us to clothing is in a diawei K,\, "! 3-
i' For three straight XmtiI : :N .U Hayes. J. V. Edwards ''put away our summer clothingand
year trunk.
and at the A. Quinn Jones Elementary in the county, it was grought
School, room 7. I! Central Florida has been h'l1\'\ I L 4 N \4 11,I i :\I O Harrell of Brooker: out that the grocery bill is high; begin to pull out some of our Knitted suits .tnt! .>.\ .iMtP'stretch : -
fast in the grip of thought dUI' \\ n< :.,-kins. Jimmy Gaskins i winter wardiobe. Let's put away
| people have lots of colds
To be ehgiUe to participate in ; vegetables -', when hung Volt! .1:: I ;rl.h"in >
the (exams the applicant must 'ingthe crucial growing month !I'>!"> i-ktns.; A. C. Ellis, Cecil j 1 are sometimes disliked; not our summer clothing in good ord- a box or drawer

Lave been living in Florida for a Farm income, admittedly the c'cuell: I Any clothing that is sore' !
ye.ir and in the county represented | greatest factor in Bradford County :Mdiaiv.v, 1 Luther Hilliard. G. W. and some families like white and in good condition next spring.llete's should be well to
for six months. 1 economy has taken a dive .__ 4 ,_____ bread only. a few hints for doing just aired p'evor/!
Sapii' m the LawteyHeilbronntrea mildewing when conditions ,1rrunduly
I that.
Applicants for teaching scholar- ,I Irrilf.ltiulln.I"I'? A three inch pump >water through sprayers In a field of pep- Edd.e: Allen of Hampton; In view of this the following damp

hips must be legistered in a Is irrigation the answer? Coun- :( Jon ao County Agent G. T. Huggins and Jimmy fia-skins (behind Hug- .end J K Waimvnght Ned Cole- '', program was adopted: to pool !1 Never pack clothing away at
hool!, college or division of education ,: ty Agent George T. Huggins gins) look on. The Irrigation system shown cost about $3,000. orders for fruit trees and berries; i i the close of the season until all
of an approved institutionof thinks it might well be. And h..1 nun and Pete Griffis from the to encourage the growing of more i stains have been removed and Window CleaningReasonable

higher learning in Florida and j'': reels off the names of 18 Brad Starke areaMayor vegetables in home gardens: to encourage I washed or dry-cleaned. It is not Trice

must be following an appro\'ed''. ford County farmers who have yield to 1500. j a greater use of milk; i i| necessary to press them as this
up industry. 1 I
I better home will need to be done again at the Outside Only 30c
program of study leading to a j pioneered. Huggins said there is little danger I "I'll say that if the promote freezer management ,' up
I average beginning of the next
graduate certificate to teach In "Until three years ago, not a'' of irrigation upsetting the grower will increase his tobacco Tells Police : have a demonstration on : season. W. S. AGNEW. Prop
the public schools of the state. I I making whole wheat bread; and a ,;, Never put away any cotton
single farmer irrigated, he ground water level. I
acreage above two acres, it'll bea 39S Oierry St. Starke, lla.
Application forms and informa- I No Change Wanted demonstration on making jams. fabric for a season with starch in
said. "The drought has forced us Most Bradford units paying proposition." I I (
tion can be obtained from Bradford I to it. County ; and jellies using home produced it. Silver fish will attack the
i contain a well, a and 'an I
pump port- Borrow Money and
fruits berries. j
County School Superintendent : Mayor W. T Jackson assured
"Irrigation will work. Its able aluminum i. -- -
j great-; pipe. Instead of a 1- -
H. P. Morgan. Applicants What about the investment ? members of the Starke Polite i Those present at the meeting j
lest value, is well, have I !
of course on tobac- some tapped such nat-
fchould complete the form in full j Ico. ,' Can farmers borrow the money? I Dept. :Monday he would f?ek no \\'t'leIrs: Paul Dinkms Sr. Mrs. '
and submit it to the examiner ural water supplies as lakes and I' "Money for irrigation is about changes in the department t K L., Cox, Mrs. H. J. Kucera See BILLY JACKSONFOR

when they report to take the test 1! "Let's put it this way. If a man ponds. the easiest for a farmer to'' When time comes for appoint. :'oIl's1.. \,'. Shealy and :Mrs. A. C'i
has at least two of either The whole works be !' I
on Oct. 16. I can acquired borrow, he said. ment by the new City Council. Belches iI:
tobacco or strawberries, irrigation for $2,000 to $3.000. It will "The Farmers Home Administration llfilliroim 4-llVrs I
"I satisfied
am completely i [
STROBO'S will pay its own way" I cost up to $1,000 more if a deep is just raring to lend mon | with the police department the Heilbronn 4-H'ers are learning I TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKINGAnd t

Irrigation, he explains, works well is necessary since more dig- ey for irrigation the agent is > way it is." the mayor said. Held to refinish furmtuie. j

GARAGE best on tobacco He added, "I I ging and a more powerful pumpis here every first and third Friday. ) the men to send their lettersof Sandra Solano. Nettie Sweat ( All Type Tractor Work I

I feel that a farmer with two acres necessary. The water yield is The manufacturing companies allow application to the Council. and Charlene Cowart helped le- '

GENERAL REPAIRSAll of tobacco had better irrigate I' 50,0 to 2,000 gallons per minute. credit, too. Financing is .10 The members of the force move the varnish from the top of PHONE 165 I

Models I I j Once he gets it in, he can use it :, Gasklns'; OperationThe i problem will be up for the reappomt- I he dining table: at Miss EdithMoore's

CARS TRUCKS I-for strawberries and vegetables." i operation of Jimmy Gas- Huggins said Bradford Countyhas nient when the new City Coun- : home dining their meeting W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER i

LAWN MOWERS ('1'01' Value Hiked I kins in the Heilbronn area, for 107 tobacco growers cultivating cil meets in October. Friday. I
Irrigation permits better control example includes a0:; foot well 3T)0 aCI es. The acreage is The next steps will)) be to pi.ip- 1
Price ReasonableCor I over fertilizer. When irrigat-i and a three inch pump, which

Orange and S-100-A ed, an acre of strawberries has a cost between $3,000 and $3,500 ,

2 BLOCKS OFF :301-S I potential gross value of $2,0001 j The pump unit will carry ,
while an acre of tobacco will sprinkler outlets. 401 I t-- ,--r. --.---, .\'\1'I.
i;I With this outfit Gaskins ii- f,: "\.. 's t. '1 11h

rigates 20 to 25 acres a season \ FROM NEW'lNNEA ,
t \:
Huggins cited one successful ,
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irrigation project on a 10-acre '. "
.. $ 0 I
I tobacco plot in adjacent Alachua I. came the magic that made possible wonderj

County A farmer sank a deep I fully different a Ford. In the toughest oa-tilpj I
HUNDREDSof well using 10 inch pipe. He usedan H : s" road tests ever given to a car Inner Ford j .
expensive pump unit costing era 3 t 'I demonstrated that a '57 Ford rides TOU nrett

about $2,000. The entire outfit -'-- ? and low tbat it takes the bump 111]
details and economic- i
are managed and..t
cost y bobble, the curves without the pitch. .
ally attended that only a trained and $7,500. ihjt in it"taVes ;
i t- power nothing from nobodyl l j
careful organization can attend when Admitting the" example is !' ; r-.""'; tng on wheels turner, haidla or holds
"slightly unusual he said the Today of
the urgent need for serving is at : V}> like a Ford! t
hand. tobacco yield jumped from 1,500i :; I ,

:i pounds to 2,700 pounds per acre. ,

I j Because of the yield and good ... -
i quality, the $7,500 irrigation sys-

DeWITT C. JONES i, tern paid for itself in one year.

Funeral. Director Phone 7 Starke Ambulance, Fla.: Service: ,' economy Is, citrus irrigation Economically standpoint growers safe find?:safe For from it? unpro-example the A la ncl of FORD 1vith the .

Our local funeral service home not enable otherwise oj to available offer convenience anA fitable to irrigate when prices new

take a dip.

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| tobacco" said Huggins. "Tobacco -
We tunush the hlgheat type eervlce at lowest price, and '
: is one of the six crops sup-
accept ANT life Insurance policy in force, hissed by ANYOOMp&II.1
the federal
ported by go'ernmenL -
u payment fa part or la full oa a funeral. j Prices can't hit bottom, as; mark of

1 I Consultation sautes no obUjatlaa. it sometimes does in the citrus tomorrow

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'I f'; : ; LoM cf family car, Ex ale rywketpixikiok,ihe"rOll ,
zT: ID@ on the -.J onyrlinr) rWr'dqzslaa t > oJltIOrt'C'eig

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+ features fire of the 19 longer lower
T beefier fords for '57.lnu'rc .

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Thr ideal climate aiul! rich earth of Florida farmands

( make w inter farming big buMiie-! Florida 5T
farmers learn that b\ doing mire electrically I' ? T hy4ULtY -- -
they can take full advantage of soil and climate t _

bur Rigger[ \ crop of winter Miicialileanil fruits

-ii>r hungr) market all over \nienca1 ,

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in Torn tin ill when \'<>u MO tint in u \knotknit fnrb in Ford's field! has there been a IxxK with so : : '

n.iined lord!: Hut !save your lIpl'| ilunrx! till HUH Ii extra: !bratin so finnly anchored to its foundation. : IN TWO NEW SUPER SIZES .

lOll drive it! '1 hat's where the fun real start>. And you can choose from three lug Silver :

It's fun jiM knowing that others ivho sec \
pith they were you. For ou're J commanding the alv a new Mileage Maker SIX WIth lit .. omllrr.I' ,( ,;..... ,_rJi'.J'' .
t l')ii"est; lowest, hea\it'\t, biggest car ever to sport horsepower, the most modern Six in the industry.You >I:! 'I:;)'' ,:1 ..
3 Custom Models 2 Cjstcm 300 Hiit't: :
tt such a low price tag. 'I here's head room to spare can pill: your Ford tailored to lour desires : ri :

t tr a new fall bonnet" stretch-out space for a and your budget: toi)! Choose from nine .

yaQ Daddy Longlcgs. Fairlane or Fairlane jl"' )) models or from fne Custom : om II n. \ :
H Ifl IF'- You'll!1 find that: the tough and ready new "Inner or Custom 300 models. Or take your pick from : tows. I l :

lord is built to take the roughest troa.hou11 care lords five longer lower, new station wagons. i.. .,",t... Hi Ilin' trv ds; 5 faire+a SOO lIIod,'. .
a to travel. :\outboard rear springs and ball-joint: \Vhiihe\cr model bon select, you'll get a car that's: : oA. :
tront suspension let Ford take the turns without been re-invented from the wheels up! .

the tilt. New s\\eptLal control arms help take So there's the kind of Ford. Gracious .rv :
new Big : :
!bounce of l CI\
FOR BETTER FARM 1IWWG. out bumps. Spacious! A luxury car true-but one that: any newSTATION WAGON SERIES, ': .
I'est of all Ford> lihran like quiet is built in. car Inner can easily afford. Come in! See uhatwondcrors v --- :
And the new "Inner F rd" i+ uh\ |For be- low Ford .
never can buy now at
you prices . . 1 . . . . . .
'Ir "Give all the in .J.
----- I me big jobs :
The Fairlanp Ford for 37. like the t r""'""
your kitchen and launJrj'-I'll! I _
i I'' J air lane iOf) model! have co equal .
i t :, lighten housevtork, give )ou f. I 0 first ivitli t no (ii'i'iic-pjrt, in the Ion'price field. s'
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l4 ; v '. ; :.-: I. I relaxation. Ii's: just plain good
V I i i) sense to s*itch to COOL,CLEAN, I

\ t SAFEEIECTRIClTY-anJof FORD for 57Andrews i _

i 0 j course, lies: more economical togo ___ Ji
? -i all-electric in your kitchen

Fl +- and laundry than to use a combi

L_ nation of fuels!" ; I

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cent illness and ,ii:'1 R. F. Demorest used the Dist '
Linwood PullumCt says Roy. his father and Joe Suiiir.: .:, .
OF INTEREST TO COLORED -on Ertrnett 101 all Uii :s seeder cultipacker to plant
grateful -
art deeply IVn-dcola! Bahia seed.I .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY sent and j the tm.c. J. C. Sapp, Ed ,
condolences Tenly ant A !lot of folks have :na !h' :,'
By O/ora J, Shell1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA prepared and sei\ue-> rendered and Roman Alvarez used the District quests for the Distill* g!; :
the choir and membersof \\as talking to Eldon Sapp the rutotyde mower to control
by pastor weed drill to plant winter over t : '<
A,M E Chin. n dIner day about cover He
Allen Chapel crops. in their ,
pastures Bobby did th i and pa.-tuies If you went t"< i.:-,
A \e\v M-hiMil, A X..n Name parents to send their children to May God bless you all. hay been operating the corn picket mow ins? for J. C and Sonny '''the I pam hill please: let us k::

At the regular meeting of the I\ school every day if they expect ,I Post 311 \\ins Contest tn.i':hat t .1 he. L. Orr has got. Eldon say* mowed for Ed Ronan: med for; !,!I!, selt' tan schedule it too. ::.
Bradford County Board of Public them to be promoted at the end 1 The American Legion Auxili Instnu'ion Its was unanimouslyvoted I of the term. Hats off to Professor of Post 314 won the first prize good cover crop as long as he has I IEstablished
,, school at Anderson as he joins the ranks recent contest held at War been farming. Mr. Orr has been
ti name the new at a Men's :I
Lawtev the C. C. ANDERSON of Robinson, Jenkins and Eller- Memorial Auditorium in Ocala using cover crops in his corn and I III ALVAREZ' STORE Clothing
JUNIOR HIGH. This decision was son in the field of education. Our contestant was Mrs. Alma By Ceo. T. HogginsCounty states that each year he gets more 1S94 r
May these names continue toserve reported 9110. The Agent corn from the same field. I
made after Supt. Morgan read a I Jenkins who ... I
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as an inspiration to our won by -
Jetter from a citizen committee ]I j second prize was
>haired by Rev. D. L. Bright ofi'| youth and challenge them to attain !1 306 of Gainesville who re- Farmer Challenge to date. Frank L. Tomlinson is I'I''e were discussing need foie:,

Lawtey. In recognition of his long the same goal. ported $50. The prizes were $20 Farmjng is big business' The going to use the soil bank to cones this year when Don j That's

services to the school and commu- ('ard-, of Thanks j j and $10 respectively.the Commander ladies for farmer must spend much time build up the general fertilizer Champion, Farm Forester, state ( s Our Business

nity this honor was granted. To the citizens and friends of..I Sapp congratulated raise money I studying and planning if he is to I of his soil. By establishing these that there is a short supply and If It's Glass We Have It!

Professor Anderson i3 now serving -I Starke, I wish to express my ;i,i this fine effort to "colors". The keep up with the fast changes. soil building practices and maintaining -, that anyone interested in gather 4 CALL WRITE or VISIT
his fourteenth year as principal -' sincere gratitude for all the kind- i to purchase their and j Machinery has already or is I them for a five year ing pine con* should contact him .

of this beautiful new school ness shown during my recent ill I contest was quite successful be able rapidly modernizing the farm. period, Frank should have a good I or one of the stations set-up & Joe Peters
will Glass
which for many years was knownas ness. Your beautiful cards, flow 'the fourth division Some one has said that if the productive farm. to take them. Co.

Lawtey Training School. Since ers and expressions added many to purchase the flags the farmer is able to use all the I We urge you to come in and I I I II
he has been there the school has bright spots to my life. Special Sapp confirmed his faith in tools of better farming, he could discuss this program if you I FOR ANY GLASS NEED
increased in grades, size and en thanks to Rev. McAliley. pastor ability of women by appointing increase his net income by 25 think any part of it might fita Roy Clemens, Luther Milliard We Design Modern Store Fronts '

rollment. A rich curriculum is being I of the Presbyterian Church for I Comrade Ozora Shell as directorof for the per cent. That would involve the I part of your farm. Marklee Starling and Truman Just Mail Us A Pattern for

planned for this junior high his daily bedside prayers and all the Oratorical Contest use of research, improved breed- I Seminole-Sunldnd or Southland Norman used the District's weed I Table
fcchool that it the other fourth division of the Eleventh chopper on their geld and rough Tops
can provide good people of Starke ing of livestock, better seeds, These are varieties of oats that
the 1313 N.W. 4th PL'
of Gainesville
better quality of students for R. who prayed for me. The Lord District. The next meeting better feeds, and then the properuse you should keep in mind this pasture land. "Chopping helps me Fla. Phone FR. 2.4353

J. E. high school. Principal Anderson has truly been good to me andI Post will be held on Commander Sunday at of materials like fertilizer, fall. They each will yield an all- do a better job of turning land," ;

has on an intensive campaign am happy to be back home 2 p.m. in R.J.E. Pauline insecticides, and fungicides. round average about the same.

to keep pupils in school with my family again. Sister Kelly and President What are a few things thathave Southland is more susceptible to
each day. He has enlisted Emma Crum & Marshall ask all members to
already family. come about during the last rust than the first two.
the support of the administrative May I use this method of be present and bring a new one. few years? Digging 50 or 60 If you are going to use a com-I
McNeil reporter.
personnel to check on pupils that saying Thanks to my many Mrs. Corean post poles used to be a fair day' plete fertilizer with your ,
have been absent too many times friends and neighbors for the Adult EducationAs work. Now it is done in two hoursor i should be something like an 8-8-8

this term. He is urging all help and comfort during the re- of October 1, the programfor less. It used to take 6 to 81]I or 101010. Oats is a grass andI
education is as follows:
adult hours to break and put one acre I I needs nitroen. You do not wanta
Monday night, mathematics J. of corn into the barn. Now it is''!I 4-7-5 on oats.
WWI" LA r lltt'u D. Greene, teacher;Thompkins Tuesday, done in less than two hours. II I I I If you are planting on fertile party \\f
science, Prof. Eddie Used to take from three hours to !
and soil and not applying fertilizer
t teacher; Thursday, English a day to break one acre of land.| I !
s Ozora I at planting, you will want a high '
public speaking Now it is done in an average of
v : Friday, social analysis, complete material if you
Shell, teacher; two hours.
plan to save grain or straight
which will include geography -
In the livestock field we are ammonium nitrate for straight
history, American told that Cattlemen will soon be grazing
ernment, history Prof. Anderson, selecting their sires with stetho-
a I
courses are free Jot Any More Rats?
teacher. These One scientist found
of a small Past experience of great num-
with the exception that a beef bull's gaining can be
fee of $2. All persons bers of our farmers prove that l
registration determined his heart beat.
members of clubs and by Warfarin bait will kill rats. With
that are
fraternal and civic organizationsare I' Through artificial breeding, one a little planning and the use of (Ciiprn
asked to attend these classes. I' good bull can now father up to Warfarin, you can keep rats off

I Here is your opportunity to. 100,000 calves a year. Synthetic your place. Come in and ask
develop training in leadership. I harmones are being tested that about our special Warfarin rat uc

II Learn how to talk better in I milk will cause Air-conditioned a cow to let hogs down have her killing program. !

church, at home in the commu-
I proven to gain more and return
Plan now to enroll in one
nity. II more profit. Hens kept cool l.i\ ? 4L
of these classes.
I more eggs and cows give more
Church t'I milk. 'I

Greater Antioth Baptist Church I In Oklahoma some live.sti, k I ,) -
Do yon have old-fashioned auto insurance? Rev. George Lee, Pastor, had men have feeders that are oper-

services all day Sunday starting I ated by time-clOt. When feeding = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH: ,I
Get up-to-date with Sunday School, Deacon Cars- time comes around they
well in charge. The Union was. meter out the feed distribute it Soil Conservation a
held and was very successful.Over in the feed] bunk, then ring a
money-saving Safeco $200 was raised. During bell for the cows to come and NEWSBy

the evening services the church get it. A successful farmer must Bill H-ia-

was filled to its capacity. Rev. keep up with the times! Soil Con' \'ation Sen Ice C IT'S GOOD, IT'S SUPERIOR. Wherever there'sa

Better protection for less money. That's what safe drivers are Lee is grateful to all the mere i, Soil Bank sign-1'p party, the winning vote for ice cream flavor goes

gating these days with the famous SAFECO Insurance Company hers-,-- of the union for the very i A lot of talking is about all At the last SupervLsoi's meetingthe l to "Super Sue," because it's good, uholesomc food.

fine support and attendance. I that has happened with the Soil Board held a long discussion Whenever you buy ice cream, cast your vote for
cf America auto insurance.; Selected risks plus modem underwriting Freewill Baptist "
Bethlehem Bank program in our county. WeI on the amount of unnecessary "Super Sue. Many delicious flavors kids love,adults

and streamlined handling save real money-for you. Church, Rev. L. McKay District pastor Union have had just one lull sign-up breakdown on District equipment enjoy. Cones, cups, pints, family 'i gallons.
in the
participated I The conclusion drawn is that
What's more, you get best available coverage, nationwide 24- all day Sunday. The preopening people are not careful when using .

hour claims service, and the help and experience of your local of the meeting by the was "I a pro-CanClub" prayer meeting each WednesdayTo I the equipment. Two suggestion
presented all these services and meetings
agent Ask him today about modern, money. on Friday night. The ministers you are cordially invited were made. 1.Increase the rental r,. .
fee and charge a daily rate. 2.-
and deacons made a 100 percent Gladys ,
reporter. I
N saving SAFFCO, the auto insurance for you. report. The next union meet- Tf'a'ht'r'ilH't: Require the operator of the equip .,. -
Macedonia ment to sign a statement that he //j :
ing will be held at On Friday at 1 pm. all teachers Tii
Church, Lawtey will be responsible for all damageto iIjIjEjT't
Freewill of Bradford will meet
County I
short vacation equipment while he is using it
Our pastor is taking a at R.J.E, President Anderson has I i
C SAFECO H. C. Wall Agency in Georgia but services I not presented his agenda but the The equipment belongs to everyone -
by Brother I in Bradford Soil ConservationDistrict
will be constitution committee will make
It Jeffrey Lee until he returns Sun- .I I a to chairman so if you mistreat it you I
repoit according
S Phone: 146 The "I Can Club" will are cutting yourself out of the use -WJ; R E.S'
day night. I Greene. Plans will be made for 1
Sister', of valuable piece of equipment.
r 200 E Call Street meet at the home of : the District meeting which will beheld ,
Rebecca Allen on Oct. 13 and will ;' in Palatka on Monday ((1))('(. I

=, Starke Fla. discuss Christian Living. The : 15. Troy Bennett: Oscar Caiter I II 1
..:::= Faithful Few Club will meet' 'BE'F
each Monday night. Choir rehearsal -:I I ; l

each Tuesday, night. i I! WE CONTRACT FOR I _




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Route 2, Box 243DSANDERS

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Claims of gasoline performance are one thing-

actual performance something entirely differ-

heck oft these ent. That's why we make this suggestion: you've got DALE
( ante nothing to lose and a lot to gain by test driving f fIf

perform Phillips 66 FLITE-FUEL. Let your csx's performance .
Advantages 0 be the judge. CARNEGIE

You'll discover ease of starting and responsivenessthat V

you may never have suspected your motor could --- ,
\17ae1. deliver. You'll benefit from the smoothness of advanced COURSEMr. -

\ high octane. You'll get the advantages of

controlled volatility and positive anti-stalling, and

more miles per gallon, too. No other gasoline gives
anti-knotk you the combination of high performance com-

starting" I ponents you get in FuiE-FfEL.:: E. T. Majhew is our onl)' autlvir.td representative -

0 Easy I Why not give FuTE-FiTL: a try? Fill up today: in }our area and the Florida Institute is -

at any station where you see the familiar orange and proud to serve jour area as the authorized

It fast oue\crc\ :,\ n \ Mack Phillips PHILLIPS 66 Shield.PHRDLKCM: COMPANY of this world famous Dale Carnegie Course.sponsor Dur- yoif,: do?, this.commvjiity. : wilFenjoy l'

ing its 44 years of existence, no acceptable substitute 4

(\lea n-burning //j :---'---"----/ has been found for this fine course. >mojL'C, continuousprosperitv'from- ( i it(?

More mileage\ I I We unite your inquiry and Knestigation. Let forest resource

0 Mr. E. T. Ma>hew, who is our cxilasi\e authorized >*

representative for the Dale Carnegie Course, .

tell you of its great aJ\outages. VOTE FOR COUNTYWIDE FIRE


202 RIHRSlliE A'ENI LE ]"CKSO\: \.1lF. lL. ,n.I iPIONE

PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE / : II.i t.;r ,5 Thi space sponsored as. a public service by .IJradford Farm Bureau, Bradford ( attkren' -
; A>*ociation, and Bradford Soil Supervisors.GE .
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tIe about the full moon in :May: The holes weren't so bad in dry i!rot. before said date, a- required bvi I dttd recorded in Peed rook tJ _-_ -- .. _
the law' of Fi'.rula and Rules of !' =:-_:: -=-- :C : __ = _=- : -= -
i I .it pages 471 and 47: ther- f :
County Native Recalls Sampson City and cowpen them on about: five I weather, but would make fairly Court.. If you fail to do so, a de- the current public rt-in's! of iI -
acres and then plant sweet potatoes good swimming holes in rainy I'< rrf pro confe1mi fie entered I I Bradford County Florida; i''" cNO
against for the relief demanded 1 North
you run and along the East
on that land We'd sell the times. We are thankful indeed for in the Complaint I, boundary of the said land :-,- DOWN PAYMENT REQUIREDA
Of Timber Industry cattle right at the place, and this interest in our little church (., This notice hall be 'published eyed to Leon Rosenberg I." .r .,
As Center Busy 'once a week for four consecutive distance of 139.S feet. to a pointOn
sometimes they'd be butchered Patterson filled his appointment weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I the North line of said .,E1,
with i i i of NE14, thence run East fur a
right there. us Saturday night ,.
c WITNESS my haM and the seal distance of 130 feet more. or CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOY
H How many people remember "I can remember," he said and we had a larger congregation of said Court at Starke, Florida, 'I less, to the point of Legtnning: .
bustl- cis. There were a lot of Kites than usual. After this 19th day of September A.D, together with all and singularthe
was a when I fa-
when Sampson City "that was a kid my
I and Alvarez's in Starke back ,i I 1l56.! tenements, hereditanifi'sand
ing community, containing a saw t i iI j I ther cut off the original stand of a chuken supper was enjoyed. OFFICIAL SEAL) appurtenances then, Lt1 AX EXTRA ROO I, CARPORT NEW BAT([. Includ-

H mill, turpentine still and a cross- i I then.He that when he went to'I II '|: long leaf yellow pine on some Homer Smith and family from Charles Clerk A.of Darby said Circuit Court''''1''as I longing the property; of Virginia II I I II ing Fixtures. NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK, TANK &

tie plant! j I said i I land, and that the owner offered South Carolina were with us in Dy Marian L. trusi"liv. T'eputy Clerk ,i iS21 doss, also known as Virginia II.'lIowzt' {. WATER SYSTEM ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING
Lester Kite 62-year-old stock-: school at Starke, the building I II ; the land to my father for 25 cents services Saturday night and Sunday 4t 10,12 under execution !issued upon LABOR AND MATERIALS
I was located where the Woman'sClub Homer that certain Final Decree rendered -
: I' I delivered the
man and timber producer, does. 'an acre. Sunday !i on the 13th day of June, 1956,
of the' is today, and some of his i morning message, and at 3 p.m. O1ICK: OF MIKHIKF's! !It %LK '.by the Circuit Court of Bradford ,
In fact, he remembers one in I teachers were Misses Olive Ray,| The Kites are members of the I Barney Thomas was ordained a Notice is herebygiven that the I'','"unt) Florida in Chanceryin I Call Us or Drop A Card ... No Obligation
K first automobiles to appear Christian Church of Starke.At undersigned Sheriff of Iradford i i I,favor of Leon Rosenberg, plaintiff,
Bessie Pace, and Lulu Lidden. deacon of the Clay Hill Church. ,County Florida has levied upon and ,and against Virginia H Ho also I
Bradford County. I When Kite was 22, he left present, Kite is employed Rev. Allen of the Middleburg will sell at the South: front door of known as Virginia II. Ilowze, In

Kite, who lives on a 1,000-acre, I Starke and shortly afterward by Rayonier Corp, as a pulpwood Baptist Church delivered the mes- :the Bradford County County Court, Fonda Hou e in on Starke.October -;'!the 147650 aggregate with legal principal Interest sum thereon of I I SO A A.00 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS S 1 /V5S

farm located on the Sampson City acted as storekeeper for his father -i producer. He has workedfor sage, and Rev. Jim Strickland ::, 1956, during the legal hours 'from the date of said decree, and
southwest of Starke, is descended them for 20 years the 'of sale and commencing at 12 t I}costs of levy and sale, in order to
road gave
I at the store at Sampson charges to the new :o'clock noon onaid day at public I satisfy said Final Decree and costs.
I from Bradford County I City. Last year he set out 69,000 pine deacon. Deacons of the Middle- outcry to the highest and best I 1 This September 12. 1936 i] 36 MONTHLY
was bidder for cash the following described I $600 PAY3IE$21.17
His grandfather burg Church assisted the'ordination. I' P P REDDISH. I
pioneers. seedlings. in '
"Sampson City was quite a property situate in Brad .
from Sheriff of Bradford County Florida
Benjamin Kite orginally busy town back then" Kite said, "There's good money in raising furd County Florida, to-wit: j "21 5t 10/19 '
Georgia, who settled ago.on the "there was a saw mill, turpentine I timber" he said, "and about the I i Peginmng the North at line the nf intersection SE 4 of NE'of. ,I List Your Property With Me I I FREE Estimate and Information

farm many years still, crosstie is keeping the fire out of <.f Suction 16, Twp. 6 S, R. S2E '
and a plant, and about
Orange Trees ''In ( i ., with the Vest right of way I, Buyers Waiting If The Price
Ilaatrj sometimes as many as 5,000 cross-i only thing a man has to worryit. F'lorlda'I.'ult, Pourt. Bradford ("oua'y, line of L" S Highway 301 (be-I I I Is Right
his grandfather planted la Ciaseery. I I Store Hrs.: 7:30: AM to
In fact, ing State Road 200. formerly
ties .
were sold in order. :
about 10-acres of orange trees, one WIIJ.IE T.KW.S. J'lamUrf ease No., 10-HIIO I State Itoad 13) run thence southerly WALL REALTY 5:30 P.M Mon. thru Fri.
when the businesses there I rs I.\r.- I and ,
moved along the West rightof
all of which were killed by the I I out, Sampson City died out. : TTf Vnttm.n........"* 11L.NOTICE LI-;%Vis,TO Defendant.LEFE\D 1' way line of. U. S. 301 for a I I REGISTERED BROKERI e4 I Close Noon Sat.
'95. The orange tistame of 141 7 feet, thence
of j In The 466 Phone 487-J
Big Freeze I j I Kite married Alice McKmney,':; FloridaiTo :Name Of The Mute 6f West 115 feet, more or less, to1 i I I .
trees on the farm today are i the southeast corner of the lands I|,3S7 X. Walnut Starke
i i and
I they a daughter, Louise
original trees 1 CLAY : Margie L. Lewis. conveyed to Leon Rosenberg
the by
sprouts from I Newman, who lives nearby, and You are hereby notified that a __. un _.__ u 1H
planted by Grandfather Kite. j suit in equity for divorce and custody
a son, Lester James, who works
Lester Kite's father was James]+ with his father. There are nine by Sirs. J. L. Strickland held.of lias Dwight len Larry filed. Lewis against; minor you NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 I
his mother, Lula Finley i iI toy Milhe Lewis in the above named !
Kite; j grandchildren.Berries ............A&&A r"urt and cause, and you are ,
I Kite. James Kite was a farmer By Wagonloail .ummon.-d. ordered and required tofile PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL
and stock raiser, and he was in' We Stricklands were \'''ur'rillt'n answer or de- '
For a time, the Kites farmed
las Friday afternoon fcnses to the Complaint in aid
the timber business, too, special-' in addition to raising stock and surprised Strickland from cause in the office of the undersigned I;|I MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. I
mostly in crossties and lum ; Clerk of said Court at STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE
izing being in the timber business.
Struklands Landing, and Homer Marke, Klonda, on or before the ,,
ber.Lester They raised strawberries, and US- Strickland from Miami came fora ::n.1 day of o< tuber. A.!>., 1956 I 218 W. University Ave. Phone FR6.5333 I
at little farm and to !of.r\'e a thereof HoiI"
was born a copy on -
ed to "carry them off by the wa- visit. We had a very pleasant \'. Knight, plaintiff'attorney. Gainesville, Fla. 333 or 45
near Sampson City, but his family gonload. They were packed in i time listening to them tell about w hose address is i tarke, Florida, on I .
moved to Starke when he was 32-quart crates, which usually'.the olden days, and get the his I ...;, -P

about five years old. I, brought/ around $10." I!| tory of the family even before -
First Automobile Kite loves to raise cattle. these young men can remember

"Starke was very different Speaking of his herd of Black I I We invited them and others to

back in those days" Kite recalls, Angus, Brahman cross breeds, come and talk with us, especiallyif

-there were cattle running allover i which now has a few Hereford, they want any history of the Enter Gulf's "Life of Riley" Contest

I the streets. This was beforeI bulls in it. he said: country for the last 65; or 70

the days of the automobile. I can "They are looking good today, years_ It seems the historian li eshere'

remember that one of the first better than they have in many I !

cars was one owned by Dr. Fran- I I years." I Mr. and Mrs Ernie Padgett,

He has about 60 acres in Improved Mrs. Babe Padgett, and Mrs. ..... .-- ,.'
-. 'f" .,""
pasture, and thinks that Gertie Faircloth of Clay Hill .
I .
Pensacola Bahia grass is one of I visited Mrs Polly Griffis of Max-
the test for this section. He winters ville. who has been ill, last Sunday -

Termite Control his cattle over with cotton- ,
Godwin :Maxvifle.:
Mrs Ceif of
meal and both whichhe
see I I and others of the family, spent
purchases but he is thinking ,
Household 4 Commercial andMrs. ---
afternoon with Mr -
Sunday '
of producing his own hay in the f.o
j .
Pest Control | future. I :: Willie Padgett and the $(" !-...
Yougan Padgetts.Our ; .: C _
Grove ..if
SprajlngCall ,
:Many fliaiiRVs 'J
.., :: ..
I church grounds look much '"- ( F
"There have been many fhang- :
FR. 6-6033 better than they did a fewdave '
j es in the cattle business here in
ago as Richard Lang outtalkedthe
Florida Pest Control I Bradford County, Kite said men who were mowing the
"back the old
in days we just
shoulder! and ditches along the
& Chemical Co. had common cattle, and we just road in front of the church, and

I I picked out a good bull calf and persuaded them to mow the
21 X W. 16th Ave. i I let him run with the herd. We fhiitch yard. Richard and boys r

Galaesville Florida I didn't wony about inbreeding also altered the sand that

| them Arthur Hatcher had hauled for

"We'd mark and brand the rat filling holes in the church yard I

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:Mi and Mis 11 R Biriettiiil 1 S FOOTBALL GAME I"j

: tain(l\.' visited Mr and Mrs I i

Untold Kite in Jacksonille lastSunday ',, 'I + tj r ev

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Mi and Mrs. Joe Seal Celche .1 I'I ,

lett Monday for P nsarola, where 11 j j1G !:..II l1

Be('he is stationed with the I I 3'I

Navy They stopped overnight : !
:M.mdav: with his brotherinlawand i: :
Sister. Mr and :Mrs H. D. :
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TUI na e. in Albany, Ga. 'I

Mi and the Mrs.funeral G. E. ofV.Crews. attended O. ''j' 1111 TORNADOES E S

Thursday Engrain Montgomery of last week. Mr., Ala.En- i I vs. P. K. YONGE E l

gram will be remembered as a i

tormei resident of\he Farm. ''I I

Mr a'-d :Mrs. Owen House '
spent the weekend in Thomas- I It ,

'ilk Ga. with his mother, Mrs I'I \

J. C House. I

l>r and Mrs H J. Kucera
.spent Sunday with Dr and :Mrs I October 5
% Friday
Heights.Knh.ml: Powell ir. Keystone II I \

Mr. and :Mrs. M. C. Roberts ,
had f as weekend guests her- '

brothers and sisters-in-law.: ;
and Mrs. J.l.. Cauthren and son

of Jacksonville Beach, and11': R '

and of Gainesville:Mrs Odel Cauthren and son BRADFORD PARK 8:00: PM' : j jI

Mr. and :Mrs C. :M. Seigler and

family spent Saturday with her
parents. Mr and Mrs. Bryan
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Whitfield. in Campville.. Ii ,,,
:Mr and Mrs Rudy McDonel

of .. .
and sons Tampa were weekem" ''- --- ---------------- - ---- .
guests of her brother-in-law am' ;. -: ADMISSION ;- -.-- -.-..------.-.---..-__,__ _'_'_'_'_'_._._.:, ii,

iistt'r.Ir.: and Mrs. R. P. MeLemhm I I

Home Games I Adults $1.00 High School Students 50c Out-Of-Town Games iI it I
Mrs DeWitt Sinclair spent I last t II

week in Moult ne. Ga. with he- I Elementary School Students 25c I'

mother. Mrs. Z. H. Clark. September 15 -- BHS 27 Macclenny 6 I (I ,n ,
Mr. and 'Mrs. L. W. Pace had '' i. i September 21 BHS 0 Monticello 0 I i

as Sunday guests: Mr. and Mrs I.
Jerry Hobbs and daughter of I October 5 -- P. K. Yonge In Starke I j September 28 Open '
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Jacksonville.The t I ; :

State Farm Woman's CuV! October 26 -- Perry - In Starke
will have its annual covered dish i October 12 -- Palatka _ Away
luncheon a'
on Oct.
Tuesday. 9. at
noon. All members are urged tr I November 2 -- Seabreeze In Starke i I October 19 DeLand _
- Away
attend and be sure to bring r i I II II, ,

covered dish. i November 21 -- Green Cove In Starke j November 9 -- Ketterlinus Away I '"
Doug Conner spent Friday and : II i'I"
Saturday with his uncle ant' November I I'
16 Santa
aunt Mr. and Mrs. \V, A. Shan- I -- - Away I .
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way you write. Come In and select

your favorite ESTER RUOf(
Fountain Ten. TELEGRAPH.K "

Rest Wishes: to the Team :Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support the Tornadoes with your presence t .

Is hereby given that the )
under-isr.ed. under the provisions! :Mercury & General Electric Insurance & Real Estate
of Chapter 20.3i1. Lars of Florida Your Friendly Norge Dealer :
Acts of mi. will register with the I Ii
Clerk. or the Circuit Court In and Majtag Appliances II
u r, Bradford County, Slate of Finn- I Coleman Heaters and ,
upon receipt of p-of of .
piAll '
ration of this notice the fi.-litlnun ii .- oor Furnaces We service all I I makes Ii''
name. of IfadfordVh.le.sale :\1..- ,
t ati. in.untler x\hn-h *e are enKjtK I (trine Home the Bacon, Ito}'s! i II I I
:<.l in business at I.\J; X. Tvin- Go; Get; 'Em. Tornadoes '
\vThat the I'
parties int..r1..1 I
e>r.uil in lixtiuond.said business.:2J1 s. are Water: St KOCH DRUG STORE THE SUWANNEE STORE I I'' I IrF'11

S'a-i e$ Jo.I.. 5 per cent Interest:; ., ,
n. larru.:a lIarr'nKt" 15; X- Wakr' : IOl'CL.1S,11anager .\ Good Team Like the TornadoesDesenes
I'il. Star!
FU" 5 "rKthel cent '
1111"1 ,
; :Nf. luyntnad :2U S, \\ a- I Your Support I
ter $1.. Iarkt'. ,1111
Fla.. 4:e per cent In- ,

.r."L Audrey Harrington ii-: \, -"It'r I I Compliments Of Western Auto Associate Store '
HI. $tarke. n... ie i
t.rs I..r cent In- E> en body Out For Tonight's Game; 1"1<
"."-<. this Hth day of September I STARKE HARDWARE '
1 '+' IVat Star!.". Ur.idf.rd I '
< 'lInt". ... Warren's Super Shell Station
SPORTIM; coons;
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he.t Wishes: to the Team

f.lurlilai 1r..I. !Courl-. C..u B""" ra ('oua..1 ANDREWS MOTOR CO. +:'I I.

Joan Mary Drummond. Plaintiff vs I Jest Wishes to the Team I

oant.Ernest Jefferson Drumniond. Dtfn-j Support the Tornadoes with jour presence
Case No. 10-1779, i
Order Of TuhlL-atlaa 'od011.: ... To:! HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. I
ApiM-an Male of Florida To |
Ernest Jetferson ruramond. Support the Tornadoes '
whose residence and address is: with jour presence II'
Unknown. 'j I

Vt.You 1*are, 195'required;. In the to abuse appear nam..d'on' B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.Compliments .
;ourt and cause herein plaintiff! fli
seeks divorce care, custody and Of Of
control of minor children. I' I

Bradford County Telegraph shall T. C. HAZEN: Jr. NEW METHOD CLEANERS I,'; l
this Order In ,
next tour:
Meekly Issues. I i ll
Witness my hand and official seal SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTS II '
at Starke. .Florida this $"I.t. 6. 1'6. lien t Wi.shes: From i i
Charles A. Derby. I Phone 121 I Starke Fla.Compliment ,'
As Clfrk of said Court. i I Lea "' .hrs to the TeamFAULKNER'S DENMARK FURNITURE CO. ;:i!
f'y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,
M.titiu J. Pearl 2o; Smith liulldine.; .
J tik'.inv.lle :, Florida. SERVICE STATION '
.Vt> -. t-r I'lf. 5 U 4t 10 :; i

I Of

\ Ordiuanrr '
i\lrti.lini: ; 11. lrr-|
lien Wishes Team
rll..rinl limlK at the City uf!i
I nulr" r;"n It Oidalned Uy the City Council i i THE FARMERS SUPPLY
.f the ('ity of I.,,ntey. FloridaSKt'TH :
>.N I. That the city of Lawtf I The House Of Fine Diamond-,
.Florida intends to extend Its'I'. We're Proud To He Tornado Hookers!
territorial limits by the annexationof i :Starke's Leading; JewelryCompliments I;
the follow .
'iig described lands
(..onliKUi.iis to 1s limits, to-wlt: i! LAWSON'S' MARKET 'ii
West Half of Northwest Quar'I'!'I I Onward Tornadoes: !
ter vWS of NWV+). and !\ I : '
west Quarter of Southwest
Quarter X\Vi'', of SW'.) All In I I Gib Brown's Service Station of'l i
Section a. Township i South I :;
Range: 2: East situate in I'.raj- Come on out and hoot our team ,I''
ford County. Florida. II GOLD HOUSE RESTAURANT :
SECTION: 11. That a special electhe II.
".\ territory intended to us antion 'I' GARDEN RESTAURANT '
be held upon the question of .
Best Wishes From
the extension: of the territorial limits .. "
of said city by the annexationof Where The Pecan Tree Grow*. I

IOn said the !lands Mayor, which is authorized special el"-I hi BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN Support the Tornadoes with jour presence :!,'
required to call. ,

be SECTION published: III.once That a this week Ordinance far four ,I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Volley Starling's Grocery & Market ;
it>ecutUe weeks after Its passage! I.etV Fill the Stand for Ttlni ht' Game; f '
in Hr&dfnrd County Telegraph a I' ::

tiny In Bradford qualified County newspaper Florida published, an.three I{i I S. R. JOHNS GROCERY Compliments; Of 'III
copies hereof posted far S* |I :!

days city, and at conspicuous three copies places hereof In poste said I i I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. He present tonight to cheer our boss to IIIH

for 30 dabs at conspicuous places ,j

rexed I hr ________________________________ Victory ,
SECTION: 1That the S'.pervisinlof
of Bradford County Bt'o-t Wi i. he>* From
Registration I FARM
Florid Is directed and rag tested t HOME & AUTO SUPPLY }
prepare and furnish to the Cat el'I'I BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE Best Wishes Team ij1i" ;
Clerk of the City of r_.wtey 1 I
lrt of the qualified resident voters i I
who are property owners within I ii WILLIAMS JEWELRY :
intended to be
the said territory
annexed. I Ilea: Wishes: Team
O. J. Phillips "Your Friendly Jeweler"He
President City Council'Ethel Compliments OfSMITTY'S 1,1.
P. Ked-lish. City Clerk I
To The Honorable Charles R.Shuford. At Union Bus Station I It I
Mayor Ot The City Of iil I
Law.t. Florida:
The' abo\e and fortGlnOrd: / >l Wkhe Of
nance was adopted by the City i

Sept.Council regular 1956..session of the City on the of Lawtey.4th day: of la Het Wi>hes Of K. & J. TRUCK TERMINAL Let's Support the Tornadoes Ii I I

Ethel D P.edd.sh: Edwards Grocery & Market Garage; & Restaurant HART ; I II
,. City Clerk ,. FURNITURE CO. I ii ''I
The above and Oregon: ff Oralnance ; I !
i was receded by ir.e th:.' Ili,''I I r..
r tlh day of Sept L'3o and approved II, I ;I .
; ix ?.., r the 4tt! Jot> o: Sep' !?:.. ,IJ I::1, ,

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