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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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The St.iike CiU' Comoted:l : .
Work started this vvc-ek. mi the construction of the Cllllllllllllit'Iah': Hank.. When the building" i is completed ... .
thus week to hue .1 superintendent! : / $455,000City Sewer
the architects saj' it will lk like. the drawing ab.\... The contract fur the jilt has been let tit o! dust nhutitin tin the <.1:1' .- power : PumperI

i the Bradford Engineering: ('11. for 337,4ri.lili.! (;. Hank officials say another SI",000; of equipmentill !hc' distribution system ,
Baum diner b> : : m.t
installed by the bank. This \\ill include the dril'in11111...\\, fault dour and night depositor state This move was coupled with the i.t\ 9 I i .s, ',! .>,' C'tV! t Co h.., .1 i t 'ok
"lightening siies "::1 i f
Sen. Charley. Johns, president of the enterprr'said! the drh..-ill \\indo\v will lie on the east ..itl... Other plans to put Power Superintendent sp..ndlnsUI'l''edt'rl: unit in ..h-: '.: -' s.p; Tue",li\ r..gh' .-

features will include windows tinted with heat resistant glass! drapes in the interior and the latest fJley'asdm in charge of the ing minor sums anon: the \ .ui<' i is w i'.l l .r', easing utility taxes l..i

banking equipment. Officials are shooting for a Jan. I opening date hut Johns !aid he will In- happy' light and water plant. funds as they adopted a Si000 I'i; i ient t.> finance street pam '
"The city has to the stwi-i 1 and chase
grown the expansion pUt 01
for
if "we can "pen on Jan. 15.: budget city's ope't'ne :
point where one man cannot takcare during the 1957 flsl'al.11', .1 r.rA me truck.
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I of both the plant and distribution This represents about a $:SOOO The Council voted un.iiiinMiiMv: '

New River School 11 I work 101.." Council Chair- increase over the budget estimate! : t''' aduse City Attorney A .1

HE GOOFEDA man T. C. I iChit ) Hazen said i in I for the 19.15duiear.; Thome..lr to draw up an ordinime -

supporting the measure instituting the inearJute

PlansBuilding For motorist! passing Mate: In discussing the action, the Total the budgetary appiopuati fund to$1GO,41t ; which will be voted on at the nettCtnmc
Moving I in gl'nerality came e' .
Trooper Carlos Musgroie 1111t' members gave a virtual vote of this year a $15,000 increase Vl' W I rj. '! ) l meeting Tuesday night/

S. 301 last week. in a "IIU '('confidence the woik Wasdin has over the budgeted estimatefor .. If the measure is passed at next

passing" zone got so rattled done in his job as power superintendent : J 'J oek's session the tax bon,1II:
the year which ended' Sept. 311.Thf' .
when he was abreast of thetrooper's ..l.JJi.JI .
U' into effect immediately, and
OpposedThe budget shows a $42,234 jump
car that he cut !sharply "With Wasdin looking after the in the estimated cost of operatingthe w ill show' up on this month bills.

to the right, forcing Musgroxe equipment and suppplies we will I light and water plant as a City Clerk Carl Johns said

to swing! xiolentlj to save enough money to hire a linesman :L'y.'i.lOO ('oun.:1 Chairman T C I tCl-fO t
Bradford School Board's bid to reclaim. three-room figure was approvedLast
avoid a collision.Ilis ." Hazen said. Several of the Hazen
Council Ponders New in suggesting the revenue
former school building in New lover this week met with opposition He didn'trealie year the figure was $252. BudgetCity
explanation: men lauded Wasdin as "one of the I b6ii.. !'ll'a'llrt' estimated that it will edit
from fnc member of the New River Improvement is was a no passing !best and hardest the I iboiit
working men Slt\.o0o annually to the
The biggest jump of any of thecity Councilmen Tuesday night thrashes! o\cr the proposed budgetfour :;
Association while conflicting :statements developed as:' to the zone until be saw' the official town could have gotten" II ,II y',; funds. This will be aho'i'
departments was taken by the'ipolice hours and adopted the document with a few minor changes.: Leftto
need for the building. car. The move to get an outside man' 51.:>00a month
department for which S3a:;! right are W. II. (UiIIm.: t.l, I. K.: Clark' T. ( ({Clilf) Haen.Mrs. .
"I intend to keep the 1:.-,II It: .Motorist posted a Si.1appearanee : and move Wasdin into the shop' The ordinance
declared buildings I Smashed Fender Iwnd.Democrat '851 was budgeted. This is a S7.- : KnliJohns and ..J.lIdn'\\" III.I will stipulate th.i'
here. Floyd was instituted a
as :money-saving 130 increase over last yeai 's Si6! the additional money be put into
who home and land adjoining effoit. said 'I
owns a They that by hiringan
701 figure. .1 separate account to be use) for

the that structure.the whole affair WigginsI'harged is j;Blamed On Light tribution exenenced man "tremendous well-qualified say dos The administrative set t ion took, Councilmen Set Scale : three projects.

just a bunch of misunderstand- I Day ings" can be effected. It was a $6.949 budget. figure jump. fioni ,, Up Higher Pay The action will set aside $.V,o
$49,800 to $ ri6.74t
Operating expenses a month for the firettuik J42
mg"The Blame for an accident at Call pointed out that the new ''
School Board last week ''an.t Walnut Streets last week super for the fire department this !for the paving projects and $7J.!
intendent would probably! hire his For
year were set at $13..">00. an ri- Starke Policemen And Firemen ; tor the sewer and water pipes
resolution announcing laid to traffic lightas
passed a was a tricky Orators own help and cut down on manpower -
Top
crease of $2,581 over last ear'sM0.919. Hazen
y Though made the original
intention to reclaim the buildingon Mayor W. T. Jackson in May .

the grounds that the improvement or's Court Monday dropped I' ('k.drh.ing A new pay scale was set up by the City Council Tuesday; i proposal to institute these measures -

association is no longer us- || less charges against the The Councilmen said this move The only department" anticipat-1 i; night for the police and fire departments which will result !| as council chairman he could
Slated Here would also facilitate more efficientservice that
ing it will need less to
[not initiate action
j them.
ing the building as a community '1 j two men involved in the episodei and the residentsconfidence this money !j in raises; for many of the departments' members as; soon as''! on The
i give operate year than last is the motion for the ordinance was
had
hall and civic center as requested i Clarence Owens claimed he
in the bill: which turned the struc- i the green light when the rear i J Bradford Countians will have J that the bills are right. street and garbage departmentwhich it becomes effective Jan. 1. I made by I. K. Clark and seconded -

ture over to the group in 1953. fender of his car was hit by a :, an opportunity to hear two top- This remark kicked off a discussion is bidding for $56,379. a $1.- :I Under the new system unanimously by Mrs. Ruby Johns.Hazt'n's .

Vacate, BuildingThe car driven by Thomas Dempsey flight orators of the Democratic i of the city's electric bills and I 148 decrease from last year. adopted by the Council. hold off on recommending a raise original proposal to earmark
I t (j Andrews advanced I for those men he thought did
of having

a plan In their starting firemen and policemen
School Board's resolution Dempsey also claimed the light ]| Party on Friday. Oct. 19. when i iI four-hour budget ses ( the sewer money for lines

also called on the association to I was green, on his side. I U. S. Senator Russell Long of the meter reader put cards sion the Council went over the | will receive $50 a week and be not deserve the raise. j I j along East Call Street was set

vacate the premises. In discussing J; Williams was turning left ontc Louisiana speaks here at 2 p.m. out when the meter is read to assure budget estimates point by point: raised $2.50 every three months I "This is still not an adequate !j.aside after other members noted

the issue the board members expressed 1,Call St. from Walnut when the and former U. S. Senator Claude the residents it has been and little disagreement arose over if they are recommended for the ''I scale for the men" Andrews i i j that other projects in the cityare

the belief that the building I I accident occurred and Dempsey Pepper of Tallahassee will! be read. the figures proposed by Auditors raise by the chief and mayor said "but it is the best we can also pressing and the moneywould
Other members The salary for patrolmen and I do under the budget." I
opposed thi Gioisje W. Dandelake. top present
was being used by private was going on Call. heard at 8 p.m.With not supply them all
individuals for storage. I I Williams had as a witness. .1 two such distinguished plan on the grounds it would l Joe Andrews III sparked efforts firemen will be $60. In other action elated to the''!| 301 I'rojl'c.tThe

Wiggins said that various social : P. DePass who mdentified himself party spokesmen on deck, the cause delay in the meterman'swoik to mt money requested) for some A raise to $75 was granted'the police department, the members j I need for sewer line alone

gatherings and meetings as well i i as associated with the signal 19th might well be designated and would cause increased of the items in the various depart- police chief and the assistant chief clamped the lid on the number I 11T. R. 201 before widening opera-

in the traffic and questions at the "Ityhall. i invents and add this. will receive $6;). of officers that could be hired
as voting are carried on I light division of the Jacksonvillepolne "Democrat Day" in Bradford money to the i itnns get 'jT'.er.vai: wasilso

former school. He denied the I department. DePas.s: was in County. although their appearances (Continued on page lOi, '' Under the old pay scale the i t setting the limit at seven men !I |brought into the discussion and

charge that the building was the car with Williams at the tim here so close together if starting salary for patrolmen war I Ii I i and the chief. |[,another tax suggested to pay for
I $ 15: with raises scheduled
until
i j
used for storage. I of the accident. puie coincidence.G. I| 'There can be no more hiring i 1 1I this project.

Wiggins claimed that "no seed j DePass said. that after the afI P. Wadsworth, chairman of Tornadoes the leached.All top. salary of $51.503.> !I I except in an emergency," Council i Joe Andrews III probed the possibility '

has been stored in the building I fair he timed the light and found 'the Bradford County Democrat Facing Chairman T. C (Cliff Hazen : of putting on a Sl'I.tX

since it was given to the community I j that the _'ber light stays on Executive v."ommiUee. had scheduled except one of the regularpOlIl.t'IIlCn said. I land i was assured that the,, utv:
He showed two of the i less than two seconds. "That isn't nov nave a years experience '
a party rally at the butt j could do it but no action was taken -

looms to a Telegraph reporter'long I enough for a big car to turn school stadium for Friday. CM and would he eligiblefoi on the matter At one point

this week tut said he had forgotten that corner" he said. 19. at S p.m. Yesterday he announced Top Flight SquadThe $60 top salary if they anrecommended Camp Blanding Andrews suggested that all of themoney

the kev to the other room I! "1 wouldn't acknowledge it i is that the speaker would for the raise bFolie. \ from both taxes be used entirely -
.' Chief W. K Thointon and
Taint feelingWiggins [ tine about the the
light,
mayor be fiery Claude Pepper long I'on'sider'J for sewers.

took special note that: I said "but I have my suspicions." one of the outstanding Bradford High Tornadoes \\ ill battle what promisesto Mayor \\'. T. Jackson. Open To Hunters "Even with both taxes we aren't

the paint was peeling from the i Dempsey said he had come to a speakers in the country.Wednesday be the toughest opposition they have met this year to- Patiolman Ben Holtzemioif lies going to have anything liket'nouh.
and walls of the 'rognu= I i complete stop before proceeding been on the force for onlvsix "
idling morning The Telegraph night (Friday) as they take the field against Palatka on weeks but the Council talk note / he commentedtv'ant
School Board through the intersection. .
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the on .
and rapped receievd h. The woods within the Camp' S \*. t.
distance
the poor painting job they had I. G. Ilariis a witness foi 1 call from Holmes a Melton long in tne raiatka gruuron. of his previous experience and islanding military reservation will '! Clark pointed out that "peopleare
Mayo The Palatka men have rackedup i voted to raise his :
supplied when the building was; Dempsey. said that "both storirare s' announcing that the State Demo | with the derive netting 56 yard: pay to $50 aweek he open to hunters when the going to want streets paved
the record have :
same as
turned over to the community.The right" Williams evidently hit 1 cratic Committee had game for the score. Both of the extra immediately. 19.16-57 hunting season begins I I and since they are paying utility
arranged the Tornadoes, but their wine The Council action will
question to be answered r the light at the last moments of tries mean Nov. 20. Dick Eichhorn. a representative taxes will
I for a speaking tour in North have been impressive'(' enough tc point were good.': I almost automatic raises to thei | they not like having alb
to decide the matter of whether i green and Dempsey went throughs of the Game and FreshWater of the for "
Florida by Senator The Blue Wave i money spent sewers
Long whr scored their
rank them number six team in i top bracket for two of the
Board take city'sthree I
01 not the School j as the light turned green and' Would reach Starke about 2 Fish Commission said this ]I Another area which needs sewers -
p.m the state. lone tally after the Tornadoes j
back the building will be: Is the! j they met in the middle regular firemen. The third week. I
Luilding used as a civil center : on the 19th. He will speak at the The Palatka men trampled De- with their backs to their goal | fireman has just been hired andwill was also brought into the discussion

courthouse square. land .16-0 their first time out | take over his duties Satur Hunters planning trips to the I when W. H. Billy) Noegel -
hall required by
or community as No Protest Seen "This will afford a wonderfu' and came back the second weekto were forced to kick. PK ran the I day.I Blanding grounds will have tr said that "people on the north
law? i
the 1953 hall back to the 15 then
ran for .
opportunity the citizens buy a special $5 permit in addition I (Continued on page 101ANSWERED
of !
The .
Wiggins said the building i it>I. whip Paxton 310. Last week the TD on the first I Council action also cut ou'I
to who wants to : At Phone Bradford County to hear two out they tied a top flight Gainesville A play. 'overtime for the policemen Joe to the regular county and I
"anyone Hearing drizzling
open ran throughout the
hold there" noteo1that : f standing spokesmen for the Demo- squad 66.Tornado. I I Andrews III in proposing the j state fees. CountyJudge T. A .
meetings and cratic game cut down on passing trier 1 Yawn said.
H A. Bishop Jr. of Party. Chairman Warls"wolth Head Coach Lennart' measure said that
i
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a ladies' gathering was held I manager and made the ball if a man har i i iI
hard to handle
the structure last Friday night I i the Starke Telephone Co said this said. "I hone that all who Register has been getting his The rain i I to work extra time he can makf j j Thiee checking stations will bPI|
in I week that he possibly can will hear both: of into I also cut down on tluattendance for open into the grounds and map Almost all of the city rounrilnien -
and party two week? doesn't expect any boys trim shape all week up it by taking time off at |
Stanley
a them. with less than a $:;00( and information material will he had when
i ready ansurr*
complaints to be registered: as the After Monday's practice session take recorded a later date. j
ago.Not VMM OftcIIR'jMi"h ( hearings open today Friday) on Democratic campaign headquarters the coach said "We have had the I the first home at the the gates. For Council members stressed th i handed out. The stations will bt'1 j ji XPW Councilman Joe Andrews

(the bid for were opened here Wednesday best of I' game gate rev that the i located. at the main entrance at III expressed dismay Tuesday
Andrews another improvement company's rate i m-L practice the year. The |Iceipts totaled over $l3tlOi point raises would no' j'the i
association member creases. In quarters on X. Court boys worked hard until dark aril i j be issued automatically. "This entrance to the'north range night at the sail financial

said that as far as he knew the. Bishop said that testimony Streot A telephone has been: we are going to continue with i I; will be a system to reward good ,|' and at the rifle range. plight the( lity had gotten into."Ue .

; : installed and the number that :fireman Reed work" Andrews Eichhorn said that only still! all knot the city is
night of the Stanley' party was, service won't be taken at to:1.1Y'5 is 169. type of drill all week. j said !1'
Chairman Wadsworth "We hunting would te: allowed as fat !:fU\\illndr.'o!; !said "hut
the first time the building has;; session. is asking are going down to Palatka Mayor Jackson said fee wouldSeason's !,:
been used for an event since thiiimar e "This hearing is to determinelit" i for volunteers to keep the offices to win." the coach stated. H Resigns To Take as deer are concerned but that it hasn't grown as fast a.> the
open in the afternoon hours I I I bird dogs will be allowed in the figures in the budget.
) \' election in May : the company is getting a rea from said that the Palatka eleven ran First Sale i :

"We are not using the building enable return on its investment..i. now until the election on Nov. expect a few* surprises. including Post Blanding grounds.; Mayor W. T. Jackson's explanation -

enough to warrant having: he said: 6. an aerial attack."We ;(Keystone Of Pecans Is Slated |j About 15.000 acres of the iO,- : was that the old machines -
j The I Ono acre tract will be closed tr
said need for campaign funds to lot I rmned hj the city are
three big rooms Andrews According to Bishop the com- ale going pass a
was also I StaiKe Fireman H L Reed The first pecan sale of the current the sportsmen. the commissior !I ..
emphasized the re-
local full effects
'II we just had a small builds T pan)' is getting only about a two by more than we have been doingif I just now f..ioath. -
chairman. "We have s'gned! this week to the season will he held at the i spokesman said. This will include
received accept of the of time
an the weather ( raiaget
enough coact
foi the polls it would be : per cent return and is allowed to is drythe
I
'. post of chief of .Starke State Farmers Market on I the main camp area and the area :
urgent from
Andrews expressed a willingness : eain a six per cent return request the State police in Key.stoneHeights. and hair to l>e replaced or re
Committee said.The Thursday. Oct. 18.! it was announced around Humphreys Gold Inc :
to turn the structure oveito r'' The sessions are sehl'tiuleoieel to for funds with whichto H-6 win the boys scorer'against II Reed has been with theI i( paired.

the School Board to be us open at 10 a.m. in the courthouse. wage the present campaign P. K. Yonge last week j! Starke department for about two yesterday by K. B. Ah'arez.I' mining operations. City Clerk {'arl Johns said
and pay the state's pledge to wasn't years.R The sale will start at 1.30: p.m. Yawn said hunting licenses are that the thisbudget
a classrooms "The school program quite as resounding as the budget! figures on
national headquarters This C. ( Red* Buford has been and growers are asked to bring on sale now at his office. A 52 i
!: is bigger than the count'" money coach had wished. "We shoulha'e I I are just catching uplII'r
< an tak are of," Andrews saidtail Siceloff RitesPledger is needed especially for t'xpt'nsh.e gotten about three more hired for the fneman's positionvacated ( their pecans in during the morning .j fee will be charged for hunting in I expenditures( last jear'sbudget.

I rant to cooperate wit! radio and television time for touchdowns" he said. i by Reed. Chief D. W Car- j the county, $-1.50 for residents .

.' ts much! as possible",1't Siceloff. a member ofthl. our presidential and vice presidential The boys fumbled two touchdowns !ipenter said. Buford has been associated There is only a light crop of'' other than home county, and "".. hate I lived here too long
'
Siceloff Manufacturing Co. candidates" Mr. Wads- I with the nuts in the Starke area this season $7.50 for state licenses. "
,0 ConcurTwo away and lost another Starke department uillimit paving taxes, :Mrs.Knbv .
and brother of D S Siceloff. its opportunity estimated For most of the ':
I worth said. I in at about 15 percent game the sea
of th. to previous yetis
other residents < score when they were Johns said.
.piesident. died :;Satuulav a ho sThe' chairman of last vear's son will be Nov 20 to
advises that all vield. open Jan 1
i ,immuniu also expressed t w-pital.i : at Winston SalenN C penalized 15 yards for illegal us ,
!Mief: hit: the building was usset eel, party members who would like to of the hands the coach said

... ..::- to warrant keeping: Funeral services torte bed! Monday i- help in this connection may leave The Tornadoes got off to a Cash Awards For Livestock ExhibitsAt
afteinoon 3 -
at oil.uk i': Ixm \- oritnwitions at the office on N fast start Gets
t:tun. X C C 'ut StreetLawtey on a lam-soaked feel'last Ready For The Fair
t' .:.' 'iiieit on page lilt week as they gobbled up the

field i in big bites to scoie in:
Civic Center Or Store Room? Boundary !the tnst few minutE's of plavThe Fair Told As Planning Progresses 1'. "'t.-..l.."

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field-generalship in the tI'd >; .\
marth was in the hands ,- I't '... .V ,. .'..,' -. .. V .-I!. ,, ,; p
a f Extension Voted "oQtnrterback
? 4' Buhta La. It'l'1:h iiei < .n the ;i... t.-; k ..v..n.. .o-' t' I'r,;.>,.-.. .r .t.:: ,-J-. u-,., n,, ..., .. '

IIard"n i and Godwin breaking the Biaiifoid.i C'iirtFii .' ..: .- l' Inn,1; \ (, l.c,.r 'cpo-, : T..

went to the poilurti .- t hi oiigh for the runs announced b\.' the f..., > mumittee I'\estoiexniu; :! s't.i.s us-- ;.. .

J! '.. then stamp' During the rest of the firs' this week. :covered and other iinp-o-, . .

'" "' .'"""" ,. .'n I extending the half the PKY squad stiffened an(' I i For cattle. $15 prizes will beto! the grounds have rver.: ;
of that
.. ri town to the teams settled down to a punt- I Exhibit Chairman Bit:v <,i i:'. .
-;;; & ., awarded to blue ribbon winners
i ::g the property of ;un Z ; o.erhalfof the n.n.', D
... 1 I"tt'l. In the thii.l! 'quiiter' the Torna- showing purebred animals and $12 .: vial space has been spok.n '. '

.' .' is IH for innovation. I'ot-s wen on !the JI.T..JI again for grade animals. For hogs. $10 j Most of the WA car deale-: : .:
'. -sThe new hints he-
..": i will be given for purebred blue I display the new models. Giah.nn; !! -
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_i : i :c. .r immediately BHS "B" '
Squad ribbon winners and $8 for gradelsaid, and a boat display anti fur :,:..:

Schedule animals winning blue ribbons. I jniture display will also be on I '
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... Absentee
Votes hand
"-.-' .'" .f" .- For reconized strains of poul-1 i
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t.t.{......... .. :. 'H' .. ...... '. ." tlt.t. 17-1 Vrn.m.liua IVarhIwiv -try winning blue ribbons $150 will i Graham reported he has ref e1\'-
'- M--I: Marian: :: Crosby supervisorlie IIx awarded :' ..
t p.m. | and for bantams rat- M inquiries about space from a. .
This t is the former :Xe\\' I.hl'r.dl..1I1: \\hi. h t'. turned over to t ot h'_:strat1tln. said this week that l-; M. :!.-, Palatka tliw mg blue ribbons. $1 Top prize far away as Miami. A 90 by 40(];

New: lliver ImprovementsscKiation in 19.)3 and \vhiih the lithoard ll those people not expecting to be -7:30 l p.m. I for rabbits is $1.50. (exposition tent has been obta.int'd I A

is now' trying to retlaiiu! on the grounds it isn't used an a in the city on election day shouldn 1 0<-t. SI-Gainesville lure j Exhibit officials report that for the commercial exhibits
'ake :application now for an .i b- l.udIl11.11'(1: president of the Marke 1'1'd...
about 80 to 100 Chapter the two
ivlc ffiit.'r. Clan s that the buililiii" i is iH-ing used as a ..t..r..r..nfur --I p.nu.ot. i entrants are exThe midway will: be set up thi

deft lias been denied b.r I'lovd Wiggins who lives in a hewswining : s.-er:. ballotd .:! . I.:,-Iikr ( it.\-|UTf'M i>ei ted i t." exh.h.t: poii'.t-v. ar. J year a= usual to furm!>h 1',1": ar':',,: purebred registerednirus heifers readyfor exhibition at the Kradj -
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By Sam McGarvey i.1.\ i,' ?' i' : D.- :'. d'-I'" t" I :: :ht'.. t'eu't : :,,.' bu': : :::. .: i ... !. .1
Fifteen MachinesTo ID1i4 life I III'U"! .
i-jie. ts 0te is to a"mt'" t.tv.: : '

I.-.: > tut" it Forest industry MIC For instance, in th..- case, we have to get pe': v
that the
profuse numberberries ": .\nO( T riKh: tOMUOL think '
element an examination of the motives there be cont-, ,
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ie ut.v-Umg: of the any
Do The Job Of Nine? on the plant at this tin.e
.t '. !:'I..e ti restiv economy picture of persons .>n lath sides o: right to burn off :'11 :
ot the year is a sign of a very E: inr.: '.1 ..: lir,
the i issue
X-i piviolLs no forest products might be reI" ..ting1! after they get !1':1'.: '
t <'td! winter. \\'.. '.,' ."., t'< tilf..ij !.
discussion of ; :-i" :: : -: i' the! people of Bradford
During of the )purchase voting no markets fm wood without it County tertian unit

machines a meeting of the Board of County '* t w C"un'v! 'a t 1- ,ti-ii: Hu'eau C.tttlemen What Bradford County is now Incidentally! pet hips some e:: You: : "

( 'ornmi.NMorur.la>t week: the rather disturbing Some cows have a lot of sense. 'a ,\""(M iatnm and Board: of considering has been accepted :: Y"llr reideis fear that the advent The CV:1:ru.:'

-.Kestion was made (and apparently unanimou- and are easy to take care of. Soil Supervisors, strongly favor -
long time elsewhere. We've 4i
while others don't know what is got
I K' approved) that the criteria for purchase of the good for them. Sam milked Joy the proposed forest protectionunit counties in the state with forest

machines l be political expediency rather than ne.irains ,I' .,rhJ.t111'lI1gHllrr and noticed that flies were aboutto for Bradford County.1' feel protection units Bradford would Faith 1

actual need and economy with the taxpayer'sdollar j' ,me Flos-\ Just about drive her crazy. He mixed up it is beholden on us to give our bv no means be tying itself up

flooded, some ot the arena around some Methoxichlor and washed citizens the facts in the issue as to a wild-hair experimental sys

In other word. the consentat this meeting here. Jimmy Uaskms told County her down with it. and she stood we see them. tell! It'd be difficult to demonstrate I
"Wedidn't still and burped away contentedly that the people in 40 counties Discovered
WitS that if voting machines were to be purchased Agent George the lastseen Huggms: inches as if to say. "Thank's pal" It has been stated that the cost have fallen victim tn som

and placed in precincts where they AUK: needed, need Tried to do the same thing with of file protection to the taxpayers SIi.'r. [ lonspifirv in r-uieuuir: i

they would also have to be purchased and placedin of .it" L' the other cows and they would might be increased once theunit an.1 i f.nest mI Iis.c- '

precincts where they are NOT needed. If Pete Wainwright told us he have nothing to do with it. is established heie. This is- \\.e d'"n't \\.im : > .ieejie-; :t':- America !
not so. The law does not providefor
they aren't (according to this line of reasoning), recently saw "the biggest wild- r assessment foi t.monis'i's: .1,1! i"DUIS,' Rut !tl':,' :m.
shifting
a .
the voters in smaller precinctsotinjj by hand, cat I've ever seen in my life. Reminds us of the time we organized protection.. It says that !'"1't(.i": n' 'h,' '1111''''1"11 :" ;::1"

would be envious of voters in the larger precincts Pete was out in a bay on his tried to save some pigs belongingto the County will pay thiee tents 464 Years I

voting by machine, and would defeat the farm, when suddenly the thing Porky a great big sow. The a year per acre, or two nulls ot I
and off in ten-foot weather had turned told and
jumped up ran whuhevei
Commissioners who tried to save the county's the assessed valuation
bounds. "It was bigger than any rainy and we got a basket and
money by placing machines only where they are dog" Pete to the is smaller. COLONIAL 1 !
cat; it was big as a were trying gether up the Ago
In Bradford County's case
actually needed.Admittedly said, "and it scared the lifeout of newly-born pigs to get them un-
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three cents acre charge;
we're not politicians, but we do me." <>er shelter, when Porky chargedus. per
smaller, equalling only seven-
She at Alice's knee FLORIST
J! \voters in the smaller precincts of Bradford snapped tenths! of one mill of assessed
We inquired over in theWiter and we sure did get out of herway
County credit for more intelligence than that. value. We pledge to the citizens of
Oak section and folks in a hurry. Columbus had faith which enabled him to
At last week's meeting the Commissioners were there wondered if it could be the Bradford County that only a PHONE 218
enthusiastic undeniable advantages of voting '* change in the law tan affect discover America. Faith in ourselves and in
over panther which is supposed to be Ask some folks if they like persimmons -
machines as pointed i out by the 1 persuasive representative seen around these parts about once and they frown and say that three cents per acre charge
heard from As to the likelihood that forest (j) our nation has helped us to attain world respect
sells them. The
of a company that every year. We've they taste like turpentine, and
the will disband -
industries County
:salesman declared that the machines were simple time to time about a panther being "pucker up" something teriible in and prominence and continued Faith will
their fire-fighting organizations
to operate, "honest" in recording votes :mdspet'dy seen around the New Paver We've had some nice ones from own when the forest
all section. our 'simmon true and whenthey're par FLOWERSFor help us toward a higher goal.
in tabulating the totals. These are tectton unit comes in. we can
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and there isn't
good a
good joints and we take issue with none of them. Mis ripe only say that it is extremely unlikely All Occasions
Had a nice visit with pucker in a carload. R. L. (Bob
(This bank will not be
The debatable factor in this discussion it In many other counties open on
Lonzi Norman, who was testing Batten one of the old-time farm- DISH GARDENS
seems to us is the proposed purchase of 13 ma- up from helping Lonzi gather a ers living southeast of starke, which hive foiest protection unit. October 12-Columbus Doy.1More )

chines for Bradford County at a cost of !some load of greens that morning. says he likes 'em mashed up and forest industries have mole fiie- POTTED PLANTS

$27.000 when even the salesman himself) had recommended Lonzi was off to market where with sugar and cream for breakfast fighting; men an,1 equipment than

machines for only three of the county's he already had the load sold, at Have to try that some time. the units do. POTTERY
about $S2r a dozen. The Normans We leadilv admit that big fmist
largest precincts, where the concentration of
will not have any berries this year: Saw a baby heron on the shore indiistues benefit fiom foieinilei ,-' Flowers JI'iredArrYlclzere
voting would actually justify their installation. FLORIDA BANK STARKEii
they' quit about four years ago: of Crosby Luke this week. It was (I') tion. But why shouldn t ,
According to the salesman each machine i is designed after havingplantt'd them for :25! all I legs and net k. and seemed to they" They ue. after all, vets ra...

to accommodate a "load" of 500 qualified straight seasons. move its head around in a circle valtiirle to the areas where t tint Member Florida National Group

electorThis would mean five machines needed Mrs Norman, who was a Futchis without moving its legs Kind of locate In this dI.and. ,tgr ,<>' Nona St. Starke

in North Starke. three in South Starke and the granddaughter of Mrs reminded us of a tit woman at fierce competition for industries!!

two in Lawtey. for a total of 10. With a ]little Marv \\ itehead of Raiford. a cocktail party. !lh.it fait should be obvious Fin Film

judicious redistricting to get the maximum use *
good-looking
out of each machine, this. number could probably There are some Ed Wasdin
fall in that area
be cut to nine and still have no one inconvenienced has some crops squash and beans, planted fun for when

greatly in the matter of votingThere's on the old Roman Alvarez your family you

a lot of difference dollars and cents plate Down the road from there.

wise, both in initial cost and in operation and Pat Yaibrough has about 50 thousand

maintenance of nine machines and 13: machines berries set out.*
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And to say that voting machine should be placed Ferguson and
Visited with Dick
] in all five of the county's smaller precincts of his fine
took some pictures
!some' of which i poll less than a hundred votes purebred Hereford cows. One

!seems little short of financial fantasy. During heifer in particular, which Dirk home the Coke

the ten-year period that the machines were being raised, is big as a monster Dick ring

paid for this would mean that ('ach'ote cast in says she weighs about 1.100(
but we'd guess that she
one of these small precincts would cost the county pounds
that.
heavier than
about $40 in every primary and general election is a lot
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during a decade. Enjoyed talking to Joe Hill

The purchase of voting machines was made to \\ l1iams, Assistant State's Attorney r

appear practically painless when the company who told us that he. too, has

representative suggested a lease-purchase: plan water pump trouble on his nursery -

whereby they might be paid for over a period of over at Lake Bulter. One of : .
Mr ,
ten about $2,700 13 machines the celebrated cases which )' ,.
years a year \\t Williams prosecuted during his 46 : .
purchased. It is to take this .
wm proposed .
years of practice was the one against ...... .
money out of race track funds that come to the a certain "pistol packing :.;:...

county annually. mama" of Lawtey, and folks are :

Painless or not $'7,0(1) is still 27000 and I it still chuckling about that episode I r

is tax money that will have to lie made up from ,: ... :.
this
While over at Crosby Lake .: .. '
some other source and might be needed : <
even of : : >
week. Alice gathered l a spray .
more in the immediate years ahead than it is to- "fnethom. a shrub which is r

day. It is argued by some that race track fundsare covered with thounands of piettv i\ ri: .

"increasing every year" and they have indeed red beines One pet son told us .. : :
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for the past several. But there is no :
guarantee .tivttyVVtrf1VVVVevn1VVVV1PINE ;::::.. ..
that this boom-time bonanza will go on forever .. > <

in a mounting spiral. When the decline 5_ ..: .. t. .
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comes how then will we meet the needs of our : : ,
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schools and highways and hospitals? : 'r" ,
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improvements the initial] cost is far from all of .T4jtR/d; ;

the expense involved in the installation of voting Mi and Mis Neal Crosby and! ;

machines They are heavy They have to be iluldien have moved back to this *

absolutely level: to operate. They must be stored community from Oklahoma City

when out of u-e and moved to the polling place Okla. They are residing in the Irri/ !
home, and we are \
It. M Crosby
when needed The old wooden floor in the court-
glad to have them back.
house would not support them and it is doubtful
We had a great day at Pine 1[ a' '. .
if there is a polling place in the county, with one Level Church last Sunday with 7 < .

possible exception that would. Lake County recently :221! in Sunday School classes, all =_ x .. :

authorized an expenditure of $10,000 ju-t day services, and dinner on the ? :.. .

for a building in which to store its machines grounds The Melody Quartettesang Jrt :"

when not in use A proportionate| expenditurewould in the afteinoonMr : t1 / .
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and Mrs. Jerry Williamsand i : w.
be needed here for the same purpose
son of Melrose visite.tIr .
Would \'Otingmachint' cut down on the ct of and Mrs Russell Thomas last
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elections in Bradford County? They would not. Sunday. i

Clerks and inspectors would still h:1to be paid Mrs W K Hall and sisters, 1"1.. +

and, in addition the services of a mechanic wouldbe Irs V. Mitchell, and Mrs. Nora '"

necessary to keep the gadgets] operating Smith visited another sister, Mrs

smoothly.!' It i is even estimated by some that the N .\. Heiber and daughter at '
oilandn, and Mrs halls son, Guy t .... .
costs of holding an election with machines would I << ,.
Hall, and family at Cocoa last
l lit' higher than under the 1j. .
actually > present system. week. Mrs. Smith left ty plam1"lhLty i '
The chief argument used] in favor of voting :\ for her home in Atlanta 1

machines ithe speed they make possible in obtaining Mr.s A. .... Hall and "childrervuited I rJ ,...

results on election night But it has already ] relatives here last Sunday ,

been demonstrated that this problem can fleient dinner guests of Kenneth EE 1.

be licked by use of a new system of countingballots and Barbara Terry were Mist :-_ "

which cuts the time to about one-tenth of Kay Haislop. Wayne Sapp. ancIukv :I f:.. ; /

that required by the old call-tally system. Thi.-i.. Phipps of KingsleLake c:
Mrs C. H Callahan and daugh !
method was used effectively in one precinct during te of 1w p Ii ./
: Miami are visiting he:r ,..... 'Wi I .
the primaries last spring and] we understandthat 1 I mother Mrs R R. Crosby :-;-:;._. j I

all precincts will be instructed to use it in tht''. :\11'5yttJe IXirnes and son returned i t+
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General Election next month.If home Tuesdiv!: after spend I
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t this method as fast and practical mg th."t'l'ken,1 with Mrs lease. r :
proves a- .
H mes in Oothn -\11!
it appeared to be in its trial run Bradford County

can still be among the early] Florida counties in !1L'
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reporting election returns without having to install FRIGIDAIRETHE ?;

expensive equipment that will cost $10 to :

get cincts.a vote cast and' counted in the smaller pre- BEST-KNOWN ) .

NAME( IN ELECTRIC =- .. ''''- .;
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RANGES1VATER ..+ v -
The inside reason why Dick Nixon }proposed a _

four-day work week: If the Republicans: can't fix HEATERSAIR

it so you'll live like a king, they'll at least fix it CONDITIONERS TRIED IT YET ? King-Size Coke, a bigger bottle of Coca-Cola r jF. "
WASIIEUSJfc DRYERSGet i -
live like ,
so YOU can a ident'ashin1'ton '
G' i
E\ erring Star The Rest For Less for mealtime, party time, or any time. It's the same Coke .

AtSmith's with that real great taste-just more of it!

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH GaraseFRIGIDAIRE!! a f f
NOW IN TWO SIZES I

Ofd EST. 1879 .

FLOhlSA'S:: OLOtST WEEKLY NEWS- ..y1tn ;
.'.- Sales and Service vJ1r 1AMDtR
t / PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY ;
o ( a'
I j \\e service All Makes of
. Q4w. UNDER THE SUI MASTHEAD E'tr! : PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND" ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS
,t MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLORIDA! UNDER 606 X, Ternpl'e..
THE ACT OF MARCH :3, 1879\

,_ __ PHONE 120 ISottled under authority of The Uca-CuLi Company by .VTAKKE (.'OC.1-COI.A 1:01.1.1.nIP.: ( .\\ \
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 1:. 1956 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE, FLORIDA .' \C.F. T1IREFY

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YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLAWTEY marriage to Allan Carter will I in Gainesville, on Sunday after- and daughters, Mr. and :Mrs. A i I mt.ammt..nttttn !. -, .. .... .. .
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be an event of the near future, :\McKinney: and sons. Dianne i -- ;;: "" -- '-_ ,') it':, / .r..._., ._ : i): ",.,.." .. "

\ was inspiration for a lovely partyat I noon.Mrs.. Wilkinson and Car i Thomas, a dl1ke: and Charles !
FARM
Edgar | STATE OUR 97tl ANNIVERSARY FEATURES
the home of Mrs. R. L. Brad- jlene spent Thursday in Brooker I Harris spent Sunday at the Whitehead ; STOREWIDE SAVINGS! LOOK AT THESE. .

By Sirs. Joyce T. FutchBAAAAALLAAAAALLAAUUAAA ley on Thursday evening. There ': with her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. home on Santa Fe Lake. r ti
I were about 25 guests includingMrs. :\0011Iolt.. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgmbot- By Janet Turner

I : Myrtle Smith of Bryceville ham Maxville: were Sunday i rhoDe 135JuuAAAAUAAAAAAAAAUAAA
and :Mrs. Johnny Bennett of the i Miss Elizabeth Terry was the guests of the James Waters
We are glad to report that O. 1 State Farm. Mrs. Paul Bennett i Friday rnght guest of her sister
family.
J. Phillips returned; to his home Strickland in Gaines- j I
and :Mrs. Webb Kersey assisted Mrs. C. E. :Mr and Mrs J. M Bradlev"
Monday after spending sometime 'ville. Futch and son I :Mrs Peal Campbell, and the
:Mrs. Joyce '
Mrs. last week : and
Bradley for the spent
in vlsltmgr. f
caring v
m Bradford County Ho..pitaL 1 went over on Saturday L. C. King family visited11'. 1 r
Ralph I Mrs. G. L Cox In Orlando, and r /
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guests. -
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bennett I and Miss Terry returned home Campbell in the Veterans Ho..pitalI j'Relatives in Monroe and Buford !: 'HI Et

and son of Daytona and J. E. Among those attending the I with them. They all'isited I Lake City last Sunday. |IGa.I ,. ..1N 11l, i sale .

Wall of Starke visited the Troy I Lewis Garrett funeral near :Mac- I Grandmother Dowell, and Uncle I :Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright and | l'' ..I w to--its- ,,

Bennetts last weekend. I jclenny Sunday afternoon were Jim Moore at Rocking Chair I family of the State Farm spent j'I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen ') i

Mrs Steve Starling, Sr. spent Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard :Mr. I I Shady Rest Home while there.I Friday and Saturday with Mrs. had as weekend guests :Mr. and

from Thursday until Sunday inJacksonville I and Mrs. Joseph Starling and I :\ and Mrs. Robert Carlton I Leona Edwards. i :Mrs. J. B. Taylor of Jatksonvillej (
daughter, the Luther Hilliards I I j Mrs. C. :M. Turney of Starke I !
with her soninlawand '
and son of Jacksonville are spending :Miss Charlotte Tanner of Jack- !
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond '.Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins and several days with the Frank ,i-sonville spent Friday with her,has been the guest of :Mr. and IYPtij ,
Suber. daughter, the H. T. Markhams, | I I Mrs. J. G. Caldwell for the past ; I
Cruce family. j I parents Mr. and :Mrs. Luelle TanI !
Mrs. Tom Casey and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling, Mr. 1 Mrs Sam Hicks spent from I I ner. Her sister, Gwen, went home week. I 1
Moore were shopping in Jacksonville and Mrs. Steve Starling, Jr., and : I'i Mr, and :Mrs. C. D. Sellers and ,
Thursday to Sunday in Daytona, with her for the weekend. I
Mrs. Steve Starling Sr. ( j of Auburndale were
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on Tuesday. i daughters I I
with her son-in-law and daughter :I The Bill Pendarvis family were II }
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Mrs. Rudolph Thede of Jack- i Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and Mr. weekend guests of :Mr. and Mrs !
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:\11'. andll's. FloydlaI'Un. (I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Armour's Star Brand
jQ \'iJIe'ISlted Mr. and Mrs. I Oscar Crosby. I I!
I family of Ocala spent Sunday and :Mrs. Glen Shuford went for and :Mrs. Eugene Austin in High-i ;
George Roberts Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I with :Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Pievalt. the day on Sunday and brought!I j I Mrs. W. H. Williams has returned I
: Hattie Darley had as :Mr. and :Mrs. land.The home from St. Luke's Hospital TREET
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I David :Moore and Mrs. flicks home. I| D. R. Stones were shopping'' I Il !
I here she confined
wet-ken guests Mr. and Mrs. :Mis. Will Edwards I was
Jaikson- '
of !
: ; Jacksonville :
and11'5
| Reddish in on Saturday.Ir.
:Mrs. Mary i ,
Jin-hard Bennett and family ofDaytona. I yule and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of : for ten days. 1 I I
Stone's mother, :Mrs. Ethel Phelps
Frances Hefferon had as Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hardee and I
I Tampa visited the Fred :Mooreson I I Vienna -I 2 ron I
ltrid.il Shower dinner J'uestsIr.. and Mrs. Roy came home with them for a visit. ', family of Gainesville] were Sunda I oz 1 1I I II
Sunday. They, with Mr. :Moore and : Bill Pendarvis entertained his Is
Miss Reddish of Webster, \Irs'j dinner of :Mr. and Mrs M I
Quenelle Smith, whose Visited i guests
their father, Jim :Moore Eve Godwin of Starke. I Sunday School Class with a party j''C.] Roberts. I SAUSAGE 35C

| at his home on Saturday after- I
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Uriclal.h: \\f'r j Mrs W G. Stringfellow and ,
noon. I
Mrs. Milo Smith's home was ] :Mrs. I. D. Green of Starke visited!

:.....:;.,;; .....::1.1do the st"ttingfor a bridal shower i[ Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Pringle and Mr. and Mrs. George :Manass.i Koaxt I 15 I L
j family of Palatka were Saturday;: !
............... honoring Mrs. Vaughn Prescott <: evening guests of the C S- :Mos- j in Green Cove Springs last Sat- i
., ( formerly Miss Rachel Xorman.l i unlay. BEEF 12oz 43CPotted
R -- Mrs. Prescott recieved many I! leys.Mr. i I Mr. and Mrs. L. J... Wainwright
.. | : and Mrs. G. W. Teston I
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.i 1 beautiful and useful gifts. Hostesses of the State Farm spent Sumlaxixvith
and sons of Jacksonville spent
: her mother, Mrs. C. C. Edxxards. -
this occasion were Mrs. '
for j
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| Sunday with their father, J. B.
Pick Starling, :Mrs. Purvis Brown ;, i .
Mrs. Jeff Prevail and :Mrs. :Milo1Smith. i I Teston. 'I :Mr.: and Mrs. J. M Eradlex
Mrs. Lulu :Mae Mosely son' MEAT '
1il and j had as their guests Sunday Miand 2for27cSuperRight 0 1
(of Highland spent the weekend' i
and :Mis. V. :\. Geiger and family
Mr. Mrs. Willie Griffis 1 I
ani with the St. Clair Griffis family j
., Griffis and: 'I of Jacksonville, :Mr. and Mis I
1N Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mr. and :Mrs. Harley Waldron' I
'' Leslie Bradley of Staike, and Brand
dinner'guests ;:
daughter; were Sunday and family of near Hampton are i, i
1 and :Mrs. Les Pre- Mrs. Carolyn] Rucker and thildrer
of :Mr. visiting the Robert Waldrons. J
of Lake.
Kingsley
vatt at the State Farm. Mrs. Lois Tucker and Mrs LUNCH MEAT29C
Brant Turner spent last Friday
We are sorry to report that ]Henry Tanner of Jacksonville >
and Saturday with his grandfather ,
Mrs. Grace Harley is a patient visited the Dave Tanners on Sunday -
Turner, in Butler
Roy Lake
Hospital. :
in Bradford County i
MODEL J-405N The Home Demonstration Club
Miss Elizabeth Tatum. who attends Mrs. :\t"llieIae: Dryden of
will meet Tuesday, Oct. ]6. ir
the University of Florida J ;Jacksonville visited her mother. the Club house Members .' ,. .
Community .. .. .
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YOU was the weekend guest of herr I Mrs. Davis, and Mr. Davis or I . ; -
DON'TNEED parents Mr. and Mrs. T W.-:' .Tuesday. : are asked to bring the articles I- -- --- --- - JW _____ ._ ._ __ ___ __.____

Tatum. ;!' :Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Vanzant and they want exhibited at th,' Super-Right or Wilson Grade 'A' Dressed & Drawn

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders an- j family were visiting :Mrs. Lois ,, Fair.Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. Turner had
dinner and :
CASHTOJUY Billy attended the Smith Waycross on Saturday

Mng at Maxville Baptist Church They also visited Mr. and Mrs. ''f: Sunday dinner guests Mr. and FULLY COOKED LARGE
TENDER
Mrs. Lyle Anderson and faiuiU'
last Sunday. (Glenn Smith at Sneads. .
,of Norfolk. Va,, Mr. and Mrs J
:Miss Minnie Lee Griffis visited :Mrs. Theodore Crews and fam-

THIS FULL SIZE 40F'ANGE her uncle and aunt. Mr. and :Mr : j ily !spent Sunday in Clay Hill I C. Wynn and family of Jacksonville -
i Mr and Mrs. Sam Anderson
Joe Fri o. at Kingsley hake with the J. T. and :Marklee Pad- HAMS HENSPOUND
of SIal kl', and Roy Tinneiof
Saturday night. I gett families.
Lake Butler.
fiR The Leonard PI'a tts werej I The Ernest Raulersons visited

Sunday dinner guests; of Mr. and 1 the L. E. Smith family in Marietta -

Mrs. Tom Norman in :Macclenny I on Saturday. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYTGRAHAM 47C
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They stopped by to see Mr. and Mr. and :Mrs. Arnold Valenti 01
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'Ainult TimerConvenient f Mrs. Sidney Stalling at the State Jacksonville were Sunday dinner

Divided Top Farm on their way home. J guests of the Ed Carters.Mr. .
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"Focul.d H ot" Broiler I Danny Phillips Tommie Carter' andIrs.. Louie Crews Mrs. John :MrliimreyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'
$213 and Clyde Wainwright attended Theodore Crews and :Mrs. Commodore : I
Built-in Fluorescent lompl the Kentucky-Florida football in Crews were in Tallahasse '|' FRESH
TENDER
Illuminolei (
Working Surface I DRESSED
I Gainesville Saturday.Mr. !Sunday to see Commodore Crews'
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Mr. and Mrs
ColrodS f fUnit George Rivershad )
Surface Cooking WEEKLY and :Mrs. Floyd Wig-gins' who is a patient at the W. T.I'
as last Mr
guests Sunday and i iMrs.
I
Fingertip Pushbutton DOWN Sour OlD RANGE of New River called on Mr. and i Edwards Hospital. Gidd Howard of Fairbanks t
Contrail II root tom PAYMENT ;and Mrs.Villie Griffis Sunday j Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Higginbot- I II
and Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Newman -
CalrodS/ Bake and IIroj( afternoon. ham of Baldwin visited the H. '' of Gainesville.Mr. I FRYERS 37c

Units HOME of :Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Wainwright C. Ha iky family on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. MaKlnnevl I PERLB
John
and !
and Clyde were weekend guests of i iMr. : and :Mrs. H. C. Kelly were
See The Complete Line o and Mrs. Jesse Starling in Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. I visited. her uncle and aunt, :Mr
of G-f in and Mrs. A. C. ,
Ranges Youngblood in
]Bai tow. They also visited Mr. and' :Mrs. Frank Jones in Key- !
Mix Match Colors Waldo afternoon
or Sunday
Mrs. Wendell Rhoden in Ocala. tone. :
; .
_. ,
V Mr. and :Mrs Cecil Whitehead,' :Mrs. Joyce Futch and Ralph j :Mr. and :Mrs. P. O. Starlingwere -- .- .-. --.- -- --"' .. --.-------- --- --------- .- -- .- _- .. ,.-_ n.
-- -- -- --
heard the :Melody Quartette of i Sunday guests of Mrs.
Starling's: mother, :Mrs. Lizzie
Knoxville.: Tenn.
at Pine Level
Fresh Pascal Cut-Rite Wax
Crisp
2
FOR
STROBO'Si Baptist Church Sunday afternoon I Hines, in High Springs. j

i:If have heard this Mr. and :Mrs. Bobbie Surrencyof PAPERArgo
GARAGEGENERAL never
you quartette C 25
-- We Service Everything We Sell ___ I i be sure to, you will receive.: ] Tampa were weekend visitors I .

REPAIRSAll a blessing by hearing their testi.m here.
I John : has home Gloss;
in | Moody returned
Models ony song.
G. J. MCGRIFF CARS TRUCKS Mr. and :Mrs. Donald Wilkerson | and is improving some after an I STARCHDeodorant 20 oz 11 C

and family and Albert Mosely of( operation in a Starke hospital.Mr. Snow White Large
LAWN :MOWERS I
I Jacksonville visited the Bennett i and :Mrs. F. Griffis and
Price Reasonable Wilkerson family Sunday I children are visiting in North head Hath Size
GENERAL ELECTRIC evening.
APPLIANCESStarke I
I
i Mr. and Mrs. had Carolina this week. CAULIFLOWER 29C
Cor Orange and S-100-A Bryant as I DIAL SOAP
:Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rathff
Florida I 2 BLOCKS OFF 301-S guests during the weekend their I .
Ion Ray. and friend Jock Grif- visited their son and daughter- For

f fis. of Gainesville, and :Mr. and ,i'!rnlaxxMr.: and Mrs. Colen Rat- 2 25C

Mrs Joe Bass of near Keystone. liff, in Gainesville Sunday. They I Fancy Green


SPECTACULAR VALUE IN COLOR TV! Members Church of the enjoyed Woodlawn a basket Baptist [. ( :also Mrs. visited J. Crenshaw:Mrs. Ratliffs, while mother.there I,i ii POLE BEANS Lb 19C TUNlrFISH

lunch at the church on Sunday. j :Mrs. Kate Starling came home I Il

Mrs Britt Rosier is a patient t Saturday afternoon and returned I

Color Telexlsion h here NOW! It In rich living color and all the black-and-white telexision! alone.i in Bradford County Hospital. We| to Gainesville to be with her I 6 1-2 oz can OjC

hope she will soon be able to return : son, Lewis, who has been in a arden; Fresh C'rookneck
1r'rfectcd1111'! You can have regular program., in sharp, clear: **<* many of jour favorite pro- home. serious; condition in the Alachua )I

Color Tat a reasonable price'bla I'' <'k-and-x\hite--thanks to the grams in Color I this season. Such| Mr. and :Mrs. James Phillips; General Hospital. He is home i iI SQUASH Lb Royal Hawaiian

hour long dramatic shows' I and daughter who have been! now and improving slowly I I 1 DC TUNA FISH
MW I Compatible system of color tt'le1'a. living in Macon Ga. for several[ Mr. and Mrs.: Jennings Star

.. "KKAFT THEATRE "LIX months but who are now residing -|ling have gone to Miami for a I 6 1-2 oz can
Victor Color Ttt't \ision
Every KCA pioneered and dexelop- 29C
I' \IDEO: TIIE.ATRE." "STFDIQ in Starke, visited the O. J. few monthes and will return I Flame HedGRAPES

is a trt'flll'nduu.alul", because It'"led by ICCA VICTOR. 1 I Phillips family during the week ;;, here in April. We surely miss I
I o N-;" "KAISER ALUMINUM them in Sunday School and Lb Hurry CoconutCOOKIES

just like owning tuo sets in onl"'xowOU. can get Spectacular I Ii end.Mr.. and :Mrs. Drew starling; church. I 1 OC 10

i HOl'R," "MATINEE THEATRE," of Baldwin spent Sunday after- I Ike Lefevers is still in the Veterans 02 39C
reoeixe all the color xalue at I
lou programs a price! once paid for I
I 1 noon with :Mr. and Mrs. TheopolisReddish. ; Hospital at Lake City We I
and the 90 minute "PRODI''ER'PRICED' :-;
hope he will be able to return I Ann; ; Page Pure Concord

LOWEST .-.-.110\\.\ E" mill be telecast in'' home before long. I
I : Rev. W. O. Collins Sr. of Starke
color, as cell as of the other FOR DEPENDABLE has been I II
many called to pastor our Pound Jar
I church. Everyone is invited to at-I GRAPE JAM 2
popular shows' "BIG SUK- I 39C
Termite ControlS tend the services as follows
I
COLORTV
cI: BIG
1'ItNE'THIS IS YOUR LIFE"i' i Sunday School, 10 a m. :Morning
-
S & CommercialPest Worship 11 a. m. Training Union I Dole's
TKKKY COMO," and "STEVE Control 6.30: p. m. Evening Worship. 7 30

..1LLESome e\filings will p.m. No 7 Can
jou Grove Spraying Mrs. :Maude Surrency celebratedher PINEAPPLE For

M njoy as much as three hours of 65th birthday anniversary at I 2 29C
Call FRo 6-6035 her home last Sunday. All of

IiII'ffIItI I / S1trF Color TV, and there xi ill be some' her children were present and I

ite..rrse I Florida Pest Control many other friends and r.-iahx-es! Campfire Miniature
color day and evening. In
every
She re, eix-ed many lovely: _ift.-

W ...1Y the nl'W 1957; color line, IJCAAiitor : & Chemical Co. MARSHMALLOWS 7 Ozs Each

24 X. W. 16th Ave. THE RIGHT PORT for the 15C
has ten different mmlcls way you xx rite. Come In and select -
Gainesville, Florida
your favorite ESTFKRUO.OK
with 21 finishes from \\huh to ,
Fountain Ten. TELEGRAMI.

th.Mise a st and a price to fit JANE I'AICKEIl FRESH::; C.OI.DEN) FREE PRIZES I


r (\ery home. Cinnamon or Sugared In celebration of jour A&I'V! 97th \n-

I i Th.Aldrich.Me. rmersary thIs store is jjixinjj away absolutely -
'HtI'IItI: : TV Ifs. a completeline
/ hoyr" grained free without obligation man

i1 {t I c-\1', oed,-ed fn..he.oak. of KCA \ l't..r Color and WAIT A FEW DAYS. DONUTS S handsome prizes such as

(,E: RADIO
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M.uK-.nul-"hite vis. Come in and
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19C \'.\('( cal CLEANERS: '
a free home ilunonstration.Originators adtanced it bill
i On October 30 you'll see a car so to name a few. Remember thm-

_-.- of '-In-the-honie-re- make so.called ':new" cars seem three )ears out of nothing to buy; you do nut even have

; ._, .ears.ahead features to be to win Ju xi
30 you'll see present t it
NOW-PUT ThE EXQT1NG NEW ... ;. ;,_.: ..... '" I'-iirs," .HI'I'IIF.RITV: is the date. On October Total FROZEN FOODP > > sour
Torsion-\ire Ride, Flight Ss\ e 3Styling Store and get your free ticket.
WORLD OF COLOR TV INTO like On
I I..M equipjHtl an.ll..t qualified toserxice '. Bra" ill s and pries:: to 'be gixen
Fury away
Brake a
YOUR HOME AT LOW com I Black-and-White Color I Contact: leap three .\&P October 20th
jour set in the home. fee one car and drivePLYMOUTH
The RCA Victor Aldrich brings you TJ/ alwadderf3helo fir1dhen you see 10
r e ounces
f ,-u't inches i'f Ttcuablt "lin' g Cc']" '" 'e' ':- Thi. will increasingly import- PEAS 1 SC

I I : ::eft 0" color that';; real, natural l! See .-; c. U/WIr Niles, leeYGe MM MN

'cnuwtr..tion' of dependable Big Color ..,,'Ii-? >>J -iiil \\lIlt ('slur

t 1 IV. See how el*y it j is; to tune! Come .\&P French Fried !9 I B': Color TV receive she.'sin
l''1 toda\! I tack-cnd-Mhde too. It'. Chas. C 2 for

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PAGE FOUR COUNTY TEI GKAFII.: STARKE, FLORIDA
riiU\Y. OCTOHKi: : 1'1 l IV,.,
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I

Mrs. Andrews Ends I 61 st AnniversaryIs Surprise Shower !High School PT.\

::2 Years As Head Celebrated By Given In Honor
{ r. An explanation of t1' e :.',
'Of Ladies Council Drew Reddishes I
Of Mrs.
1
Holtzendorf lion e"IJr'e1111 tie :,:< ; : _

i, topuwhen the Bial', ,l is! _
t Mrs \\'. L. Andrews completedtwo Mr nl"- ,:,
and Mrs Drew ;] .
!is: .
I > C Holtzendoit Jr. was .School PTA meets Tu.oI.HI i _
.) years di president of the their 61st ,.ddir_ .
celebrated w i'
prised at a stork iOct. 16. in the nuis-i t i -
Ladies Council of the First Chris- niversary on Sunday. Sept 2'i: ; r: :'i" : nonuiMis last Friday .:311 ?t ,..' ; Th "j ,_

tam Church at the meeting Tuesday family at th,'.! Gladys Mooty a gathering '\ T Jatk.iii 1'1": 1:1: ? j "

Phone 35r night. near Heibronn Springs ; 1'.ltersun11.; :< I M\M II"I' ..".
Mis Andrews was asked bY
,
Dinner was served I.n the'.tnn i m.iIrs (;,,1An

f'l II I I. I members to continue to head the I for members of the rtuu'ditt! > h..III' "l I:,. ," : := .:: 2"
igamzation.. but declined because ,
family and the honor guests ven :: suer:
of sickness. She accepted
1 presented wIth a beautiful thief ," "s ol agetd ,. R
of treasurer.
the
I post tiered wedding cake, des"rated I ra1E1'l ,\t'Yt' used G.a.: ,,
7 "
r Dining the two years she has i iI with yellow rose buds and green; :" n'I.ltmgt1t': :'.1"\ STA'RKE''FLA
''
of the Ladies' .
been president leaves. Cake and punch wet e : '!H' tit is.iiii' \:, I s

I riiumil. the women have put new sen'ed during the aftel noon to" .' .' .>! the same b.u.MI : .,.,..., .-
_
I pews in the church tiled the the many friends and relatives \ t: catITIO't': : : represented at the 61-t 1 Uedtlingnni- .. ,- .. as a .'.enteipieni. j,,: Suntla> :Mondav and Tue-iv
floor paid on a heater
Ann sanctuary who called. : ;u I.('.shim-nt table. The tablt October i II'i\ ; Iii
cede: orated and put some new icrsar.v of 11rJ and Mrl l)re\v Reddihr(| ) :Mr-. JerrIjal, :Airs. ) )
TILE: FK.
\Tl UK
I Present with }lr. and Mrs I wa nveilaid with a handsome 1)01) --

i, turniture in the parsonage, put Reddish on this occasion .t('rfth..ir Cil'"rgl'him'l., Orin Itl'thli..h11': .. Drew Reddish )Ir. Reddish and hand-rrotheted cloth and balam While The City Sleepsmg
In a ohunh piano and bought litidilv \harl.t
the
Johns I' centerpiece were
children Orin Reddishof stivetttith, Danandnus
and flowers. seven : -- .tn.1) 1I".Hi l
gifts candle! ;

Mrs Andrews expressed her I Raiford. R. L. Reddish Reddish. Mrs Mrs i Hallowe'en Carnival Pat Humphries tapers. holders Presiding with at the burning silver p.nk tea ,, Huff

\Veds thanks to every person who has Annie Kelly, George I .AM))

4j' contributed and cooperated and Mary Norman, the and Heilbronn Mrs Hazel section 'Plans Are DiscussedBy 'Hostess at DanceMiss of and the coffee table was service Mrs at B one C. Holtzendoif end- Wyoming Renegades <
all of
I Alvarez
i especially expressed her gratitude Elementary PTA Sr. IN TE'IIXR'OLORTwo :
Starke I
Zachary i to the officers and members whoserved and P. D. Reddish of Pat Humphnes was hostess -
I I II
1 IS grandchil- contests wet e played during With Phil (Caret and (en,' l.\,111-
her. ALso present were at a delightful dance lastI
with I Plans for the school Hallowe'enCarnival : I'lus (olur (artoon fur Kids
the and
I dren, eight great grandchildren. I Saturday evening in the Woman'sI evening prizes wereVon I
CrawfordIn and one great great grandchild on Oi-t 31 were discussed I Club house I \ by M is. Herbert Green. Sr : .

j !Miss Joyce Bolton I representing five generations.I at length at the Elementary i j A unique dance: and music i''andIrs Holtzendorf. Sr. :\Iam'i 1\ ed.. Thur Od 17. l '

Is Honored At Tea I Reddish received hei PTV meeting held Tuesday I theme was earned out in the de- 'lovely and useful baby gifts wereDOUBLE: !) KKATTKK: -
: ,
the CafetonumI
i in
evening
i I guests in a lovely gray and silve- 'orations of the club house with ''I presented to the honoree in : City That Never
The carnival will be bigger and
:, :Miss: Joyce Bolton, whose mar-i I print dacron afternoon dress. com I, better this year with activities I popular dances and musical notes ,. decorated tesses baby -arnage. The hos- Sleeps I

l i riage to Steve Weldon will he I plimentej: with a yellow carna- being pinned on the stage curtain )I presented Mrs. Holtzendort
: beginning right after school. A... I
I with a nylon baby shawl With Gig Young and MaU
Sunday as a
i an event of November, was honored lion corsage. The refreshment table furtheicarried I
: i I football game will be presented :
beautiful tea Moni.yafternoon i out the theme with music- memento of the occasion. TowersAM
at a Among the 125 guests whr by the :Midget: team at :2 o'clockin I
from four to six I al notes placed at intervals over I I: Enjoying this delightful affan ) J
afternoon werethe the stadium.
the
called during '
CeremonyA o'clock given by Mrs Paul the blue and white table coxennj i i were :20 guests. Bushwackers
following from out of town''Mrs : Mrs. C. R. Tillman, chairman. ,,
her home on Monroe I Down the length ot the table
Bridges at ,' Louise L. Crenshaw and son and Mis J. L. Chitty cochairman With John Ireland and I t.tyn.
was a ruffle of blue ,.
Street. crepe paperLarge
and Mr. and Mrs D. Lennon of'I lepoit that the booths and Recent Birth Morris:
trays held assorted cakes.
j Greeting the guests as they Deland; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green entertainment on the school and ', I'lus Color Cartoon

'armed were :Mrs.: A. R. Norman I and son Mrs Clyde Cone and grounds will last from 4 to 7 samlAiches.Chaperoning i i Mi and Mrs. James Dreier of

and Mrs. W. H. Hart who presented I son. Mrs. Lillie Cone :Mrs.: Alice o'clock during which time a the affair wereMr. Toledo. Ohio announce the birth Fri. Sal. Oct. li 20

them to the receiving line Edwards and son, all of Brooker;: baked ham supper will be served Mr. and Mrs Mrs. L. C. Humphries iof a son. Stephen Dale) on Oct DOUHLE FEATURE -
and L. H
I composed of :Mrs.: Bridges, Miss Mrs. Virginia K Sit ley of Key- from 5:30: to 7. Roller \skating and! Mr and Mrs Brad Mathews Locke. I.I.. Mrs Dreier was formed>--Miss / The Wild Dakotas

I Bolton. her mother :Mrs.: E. E stone Heights; Mrs Bessie Sapp will also be enjoyed that evening
liveliness and fitted torso and full skirt. She Pat and her 70 guests Jimmie Cole of Starke. .
wedding of Edenfield andlrs.. H. M:: enjoyed : I pith Hill \\illiam. anti (ol.-rn
I Mis Charlie Bur- 6 to
I Mr and from
and the USO building
simplicity was solemnized at one : carried a French nosegay of yellow of Jacksonville, andIrs.. in dancing thoughout the e\enmg I i! i (ira -
O'Quinn nett of Raifoid, and Mr. and Mrs S-30 o'clock.
:
ocolik Sunday, Sept. 30, when pompoms.The AXi
Steve Weldon. The receiving line n
John Moyer and Mr and Mrs J
'.
HolhJa
1 Mrs. A. N. president. Women Will Honor
Miss Dorothy Ann Johns daughi i bride, who was given in front of the mantel in
in
stood '
.
\ lorelan.1 of Jacksonville.Baptist over the business meeting TUB RIGHT POINT for theway ( Mad At The World
of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, presided
ter
marriage by her father, chose for which held
P
the living room Teachers
Officials \\rite. Come in and :
I Rev. J. E. Sherwood gave you se-i
became the bride of Zachary her wedding a beautiful beige suit beautiful fan-shaped arrangementyellow and 'I \\illi Frank IJOMJCVSerial

Crawford son of :Mr.: and Mrs 'with matching hat, complimented of gladioli centered witha i WMU Circles I the devotional. It was voted to With Calypso PartyA : left Fountain jour Pen.favorite TEUXIKAI'II.ESTEUBRttOK 1'111"| Chapt, anti ( ilm

Lonnie L. Crawford. The impressive I I I give $50 two the Recreation Pro- (.art."n for Kids
!i with dark brown accessol' es. She satin bow. On either '
yellow Meet Monday Night third I
Pellum's
Mrs. F. J.
service in gram.
was performed carried a white prayer book topped side were three-branched silver I Calypso party eal ryingnut

the presence of the immediate I I with a purple-throated orchid Candelabra holding white burning Thirteen membeis gathered grade won the room count prize the tropical atmosphere of the

families and a few close friends I with sprays of white tuberoses I for the most parents present. West Indl"s.11 be enjoyed 1)I \ t

at the First :Methodist: Church.Rev. :J and puffs of bi'ide's illu- tapers. : Monday night at T:30 o'clotk at 1! Mrs Kate Sheppard. program I members and their gue.st.> <.f i the f
The tea table in the dining the home of the leader Mrs 'i Nolm $
Kokomoor r T.
Donald pastor sion and white satin leaves. chairman piesented i: Senior and Junior Woman t'lul:,
was lovely with a yellow Leola Roberts, for a meeting of
the double ring ceremony room 'who discussed the Health pro-
performed next Monday evening at x o. lock
:Mrs.: Johns selected for heraughter's
satin damask cloth and centered the Lottie Moon Circle of th !
I : and importance of physical
gram at the club house. The partI" HUNDREDSof
wedding a lovely pink with silver bowl filled with I First Baptist WMU. Following children for
Two baskets of large white I dress with which she worea a health to the school given in honor of ail BtadfurdCounty !
crepe yellow sweetheart hoses and tube I, opening prayer by Mrs. E. D. their learning ability. He also an-
chrysanthemums and white gladioli of white shattered :( school teachers and sihoul
corsage roses. Balancing the arrangement Tenly. Mrs. Russell Norman that the school is planning details are managed and economically
were placed at either side of carnations. i nounced officials. Also invited an ('it.\
the altar and were lovely againsta were four low silver candle hold presented a program entitled I on an eye screening for all and County officials. attended that only a trained and
Mrs. Crawford was attired in with burning white candlesAll i ''SowingBeside All Water Thf
background of jade foliage and ers : the elementary children In0- The festive party is in hal g.' careful organization can attend when
I a Navy blue afternoon dress with the table i: business session was conducted b' L
palms. Prior to the service, several -, appointments on I ,, ember. of Mrs. J.V.. Kim'aui. SO cal the urgent need for serving is at
shoulder of white shat- '
I a
corsage were. of silver. The buffet heir'an Mrs J. D. DojleMis
i served
numbers were rendered by I Refreshments were by chairman and directing the pro hand.

Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, organist, tered carnations. I antique silver candelabra to :I Nat Dankel was hostessto the second grade patents. gram will be Mrs Dave Paulk
After a short wedding trip in which was attached a nosegayof members of the Doris Knight
and the traditional wedding with the assistance of Mrs E. A
marches were used in the cere- South Florida Mr. and :Mrs: lacelon and satin loops interspersed I Circle who also met Monday HonoredOn Hall and Mis. L. A. Canova ,

mony.In I Crawford are at home in Starke I with valley lilies. night. Following a devotional b' Elaine Sykes Decorations will be in charge of i I DeWITT C. JONES
I where :Mr.: Crawford is
the vestibule of the church, the Gulf Oil Station managerof cornerof i Assisting the hostess in serving I Mrs. J. T. Lawson the business Fifteenth Birthday Mrs. H. B. Peyton chairman, and : Phone 7 Starke, Fla.

Mrs. John Pierce, sister of the ( and caring for the guests were session was conducted by Mrs. Mrs. D. L. Thomas, co-thairman {I
Walnut and :Madison: streets.
PartyMiss
bridegroom, kept the bride's book Out-ot-town guests at the wedding | Mrs J.V.. Kincaid, :Mrs.: T. T I Chailes Darby, circle leader. Each \Vith Surprise and their committees from the i Funeral Director Ambulance Service

at a table which held a hand- : Long, :Mrs.: Jack Parker Mrs. S. member had a part on the inter- Senior and Junior clubs. Mrs. J

some arrangement of white carna- were Mrs. H. A.of Durden JacksonvilleBeach. and:I L. Peek Jr.. and Misses Martha I esting program presented by Mrs. Elaine sykes at a was birthday pleas- A. Griffin is chairman of lefreshI Our local funeral borne enable nj to offer convenience tot
Frances
daughter, antly surprised I
tions tube roses. : j Weldon and Carol McRae Presid- Dankel. program chairman..Clos- ments. erricea not otherwise available.
and Mr. and :Mrs.: Lonnitj in her honor Wednesday I
I in at the tea services were Mrs i ing prayer was by Mrs. H. G party given !! All members of the executive
John Pierce served as best j Crawford, Jr. of Jacksonville,,,'I! afternoon of last week in 6 6 6 '" I I ,.
I C. H. Nasworthy. Mrs. T. H. Bollinger boards
of both clubs will
man, and the ushers were Randy Ronald Lewis of Atlanta, Ga.,, I celebration of her 15th anniver- serveas
)
Slade. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley I Mrs. L F. Dinkms assistedby hostesses. We runuaa the hlgheat type service at lowest prices and
Johns, brother of the bride, and Hamilton Ritch and son John,, sary, by :Mrs.: W. B. Mundy at I
Glen Crawford. and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Borros :Mrs.: Bridges presented :Miss: Mrs. Eva Anderson, :Mrs.: L. the Mundy home on Church Club members are Urged to accept ANT life Insurance policy in force, awed by ANT

Bolton with a piece of her chrystal A. Canova. Mrs Paul Raymond, bring their husbands to this outstanding company, u payment in part or In full on a funeral. I
Miss Linda Johns was her sis of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. De- Street.
of her chosen patten a's and :Mrs.: Bertha Fuller, presented j social affair of the Fall GonaultAtion curie no obligation.
ter's maid of honor and only attendant Witt Crawford of Crystal River Arrangements of fall flowers in
the program when Ethel Biggs season.
She was attired in a Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawford ol f Attending this delightful affair shades of pink were used by i
Circle met Monday night at the
memento the
of occasion.
lovely French blue poidesoir afternoon Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs Jim the hostess in decorating her home
125 home of the leader :Mrs.: Jim
dress featuring a lovely my Rowe of Columbus, Ga. were guests including from for the occasion. The party table
out-of-town Mrs. Randolph Thomson Ritch. Thirteen members were
was overlaid with a lovely
of Gainesville, and Mrs.J. present.
I centered with
madeira cloth and
Kindred Smith of Jacksonville I j
[
/ i a beautiful pink and white birthday
!!Little Women"Finding white
/ I cake fanked by burning t + "
somewhere (Gladys Mae Hicks I candle holders with burning white SOFA
going ? Your Place in theCommunity" ,I 1 i

Engagement ToldI tapers. \
( : the topic dis-
was
I I' I :Misses: Clair Jean Maundy and

-2' I I and :Mrs.: Woodrow Wilson cussed by Foster Shi Smith at a. I Linda Kay Sale assisted :Mrs:
/ V- : meeting of the Little Women'si
,
t's 1 Hicks of Orlando, formerly of : I Mundy in serving the honoree ant1 "' .
Club in the club house Tuesday "
.04 announce the engagement i her friends on this delightful oc- r-- '
Hampton night. The intro- j .
speaker was i
/\v 1 I I BED '
: of their daughter, Gladys casion. '
... ,: .
'jduced by Miss Sylvia Paulk. The
/ 0 :Mae to Airman 2-c Thomas Am- "J
president. Miss Nancy Bates,, i -
brose Buchanan, son of :Mr.: and I I' !Twins Celebrate
conducted the business session.
tic: Mrs James Joseph Buchanan of (i k
I : '
Garden :Mo.: :lr
City Little Sandra Kay and Billy @
,I Beta Phi :1J9.-
The bride-elect attended schoolin : Sigma Ray Huggins, twin daughter and! '

when you'releaving Hampton Staike, Brunswick, i, The Beta Sigma Phi sorority', I son oflr.. and Mrs. George SALE ., -

Ga., and Baltimore. Md, where i I Huggins. celebrated their fifth A / \ / .
:
a 'will meet at the home of Mrs,, '" .
% she received her bachelor of artsdegree I birthday anniversary on Tuesday' -........... ;

r : last June. Ray Taylor, 1314 Blandmg St, afternoon at their home. I -ll/\......... ..j AI I

i Mr. Buchanan attended schoolin Saratoga Heights, on Monda\ Following games, the mothersMrs.
end arriving'Mtf I '
t Garden City and Kansas City, :evening, Oct. 15 at 8 o'dock assisted Huggins in serving

Mo. and is now with the An Mrs Ben Moxley will be co-host birthday cake and ice cream tc 12 pc. SOFA BED GROUP VALUE

!! Force at the Orlando AFB. ess. ten little friends of the twins.

i i! The wedding will be an eventof '
1 SOFA BED
k : December.

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,''llethodistVSCS PROTECT your DRIVER'S, licenseBUY i Your Choice Blue Lime, Beige


To Meet Monday : Occasional Chair or Rocker

i il SALE TRICED
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and Red or Green Mahogany, or Blonde Wood
The combined study course
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i business meeting of the Methodist !, ;

I W.SC.S. will be held :Monday: I LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo I 2 End Tables 1-

'I morning at 10 o'clock m the 9 95

I education build'mg. ,I Membership Fees -- 6 Mo. Policies I 1 Coffee Table

I. :Mrs.: J. F. McComb. ihairman: 2 Table Lamps

of the study course on "Missions

U.S.A.," will be in charge of the '1'1: DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY 1 Smoke Stand

morning session, which will! be ,
1 Hassock
It followed by a co\ered-dish luncheon I
short business 136 W. Call Street Phone 285 i
t at noon. A
; Your Choice Blue Green Rust
meeting will follow the luncheon. 49 45

with :Mrs.: C. D. Williams, president 1
1 E 1 Cotton Loop Rug
piesidmg. I .
I of the .char h are
All women
urged to attend. TO THE SHERIFFOF Your Choice Wide Variety of Colors

11 I GROUP BUYINGFoam
2 Throw Pillows

'I UDC MeetingThe BRADFORD COUNTY SAVED BY

Rubber with Corduroy ('OHr-

I W. T. Weeks chapter t' LAWTEY HAS HAD A TOWN )I.HSILLLXI) A Choice of Colors
D. C. met with Mrs 0 L
DEPUTY SHERIFF FOR YEARS
I Haynes. Sr. on Wednesday after-

noon. Oct. 3. WE. THE CITY COUNCIL OF LAWTEY ARE WONDERING -

JUNIOR Mrs. L.Call A. Davis and read told the of Convention the- WHY YOU HAVE JUST I.TELYP. 5 PC. SOFA BED GROUP 194.80 ValueSofa

(POINTED: ANOTHER WHITE DEPrTY1: > TWO
of Balsam trees neir
highway Waynesville X. C. which was'I NEGRO; DEPUTIES MAKING: ; A TOTAL OF FOUR Bed with Oversize Lounge FOR
the smartest way to go ant here..slim and trimin DEPUTIES LAWTEY.We .
(1)
planted several years ago/: as .1

Doris DoJson's acetate and rayon sheath... memorial for the Confederate Chairto :Match (Red or Green; )

veterans. The historian Mr- Wonder If Lawtey Is The MEANEST 149 95 I

with its dainty jewel-embroidered fleur-de-lis Mattie Gahagan. read an art lion I I II Spot in The Country? WE DON'T 2 EM) TABLES e

"Admiral Raphael Semmes
twinkling against oh-so-demure white collar. : 1 COFFEE TABLE
and one on "Confederate. i." THINK SO!
I
S.e-M. !<. The hostess served refreshments .
$10.95 to the eight member WE STILL WOULD LIKE TO KNOW: WHY LAW Ir -

I(i present during the social hour TEY REQUIRES FOUR ((4) DEPUTIES? DENMARKFURNITURECOMPANY.OF

C THf P ; RKDDSD1' ()! I Ii
Board i SIGNED; :
1.\ SiRN SOS J Executive
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! '! The executive board of the S. M, BROWN :-1.\; HKE

i I :St irks Girden C'ub.I1! m.''' C WHITEHEAD
I.U: 116 W Call St Phone l..lHR.DFOR l
atc
1 BARKSOALE'S F! iiv :ufterroon, Oil 19 H. C KELLY

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAEKE FLORIDA P.1fFflR
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,. i Mrs Del I Colley and Mrs.: : Daisy I Lt. Harold Briggs of Green Frazier Shaw is in Miami: this Mr.: and Mrs.: H. G. Mathews of *..u Str Fj..- i 1.1.". :\, w Y.-V i|r're!... ral'h.. . .
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You hen '
are jy notified that !I' : i i.
Tallahassee on week the State Mote: Jacksonville : visitors
Perryman went to ville. Miss and Misses Bonnie and attending were Monday suit for I'v"" f OFFICIAL :-' :AL1 Onarlei A Darby
i Sundiy: to visit Jackie Colley, who ; Jennie Paulk of Willacooc ,, and Restaurant convention.Mrs. or Mr. and Mrs. J R Kelly has been filed against you In the <"Ii-rk ..f the r, ,'uit C url
is attending FSl and also to get j Ga. were weekend guests of Mr: B. W. Davis of WarneiUobbms. Miss Mary: Young and nephew above named :Court and cause andyou
are required to serve a copy
Miss: Barbara Colley who arrived and Mrs.: Dave Paulk and daughter Ga. will return home Saturday Robert !.#.>. of Wacross Ga of your ar.tr or pleading to the
there by bus from Charity Hospital Sylvia. after spending a week with ueit ;'. ,'ken.1 guests: of Mi andMis complaint en the Plaintiffs Attor- ,

New; Orleans. La. Barbara Mrs. Helen Malone's first grade ,, her nephew and family. Judge and : .1. W Furlong nrjrH, '' J'J., ri... T \
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1--\ : F' : ila
month's"aca
Mill he home on a class has a seige of this Mis. T. A. Yawn.
in' mumps 1(111( I.10 \riT.tu and file the original In 'he office: of
IN THE NEWS tion from the hospital.Vhile week with the following being Mrs.: R. C. Nichols and children In rirrnll onrt.. Mmdfurii I'oo'U.Florida' the Clerk of the Circuit rnurt or FLORIDA
Tallahassee, the family, along home wIth swollen cheeks: Oma- of Palatka spent Sunday withI In. fhanerrr.Agnes l l"f.I| !C ..T.tf" ,
,.., ,. ,. with Linda Johns and Gail Duke. Mi; apjKi. ri i ',' ''i. '.' 1'56; .Uinwse! the illegal! n ofriid .
I I I ,
Lawrence, Linda Mullis.
jean Paterson. :\ and Mrs. D. A. r} )1.-)1 1Noflre ;" ,1.! ('c>mi>la.nl. will be taken asconfes.td
Wakulla .
Mi, i. d! Mis Eii.ii. \ .T lIolh" Mi tr.l! MiA .1/ Tnomis, Sr had a picnic lunch at 'I Janet Nichols Darlene BakerMike Mr and :Mrs. W P. Joyce and To .tpprariT This by".-you.
not e nail b : d
puM'-.he
\'L-ltll1 air : South Florida this Springs. : Smith, Edward Wil.-ox Ed- son. Billy, and Douglas Drome .. !H.i-v f tl! .,
I'initiiid 1'ity \\fif \i-iMig in on. i- r :- THEATRE :
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Mr. and Mrs. Ft It. Turnipseed ward Coleman ., weekend .1 I. : '! oj I "
lien I anlll1otherll's.: iita; week J'hcv will! afe><> he inVest Loper Edward of Tallahassee were me wc'Ks In the Bradford Count

II' tL..ver the weekend : Palm leach from Thursday to and sons. Dick and Den, of Billy Smith, and James Allen. j guests of Mr and Mrs. Stanley .:.- - - .- - - ....
Mi and Mrs.: E. M.: Davis and j Saturday where Mr. Thomas will < Augusta, Ga. spent the weekend i Mrs.: Don Hardenbrook and sons Noegel. t
with the Herlong and Adams ] Lee and .: I S\T. (KT 1 1-0\1\:! i
Mark
leave for
Mi: tint Mrs.: John Mixon: and j Monday I J. E. Mundorff is visiting FUEL OIL :
Bra'lM were BIt lUll BI.E! : H.: \TlIU
families. The Turnipsceds
New York where will I
v.il spent Sunday in Archerwth | they fly :, relatives in Kentucky for twc
:)
Mrs. J1. E. Stone and Miss: tat I the 40th anniversary convention -, accompanied to Starke by Carrie. Tuesday for Mannheim.: Germanyto 1 weeks. I I If Ii
of Florida Association Adams and Mrs.: Mary Edwards.Mr. join 1-Sgt. Don Hardenbrook j
M.tiuie: Anderson. of will return tl'her
I Mrs.: Delia Drew
Iealtors.11' and Mrs: Charles Lawson for two years. For Dependable Keep Full Service CallL. : i
Don Champion X Y
Mrs. home in Schenectady
11 r and of Lakeland .. t're'istinJ: Mr. i I! .
i t*ebrated their tenth wedding j and< Mrs.Villiam Moses: ,II Mrs. 11. A. Lawson and family -' Mrs, W. W. Page of Lake City ''on Saturday after spending twr I
I
anniversary Saturday evening by of Huntington. Va., and Mr. and weekend.Mr. was visiting Mrs. W. H. Struth 1 weeks with her son and daughter; !i
having dinner and attending the I andIrs.. D. A. Abrams. of i iI over the and I and Miss: Kate Struth Wednesday and their families Mr.: and Mrs: F. ( Monk) DINKINS I jj j ,I
Jordan I 1
show in Jacksonville. They were Charleston, W. Va., were guests j and Mrs. J. A. ; of last week. Donald McRae and Mr. and Mrs: i I
an 'Imp week I
\\'. U Thompson. Mrs. C. \V. Bias. :, the Mr. past and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. The I were visiting Mr: I Mr. and Mrs.: Lester Crews and i( Phone 63:? Night i t !01 i I.

Mr: and! Mrs. Charlie Cowen Mr.: and Mrs. Lyle Anderson Jordans moved on Thursday to and Mrs.: One Wiggins on Sun- daughter. Carolyn were visitinj! <2 Temple .\\ l' Starke Florida II

anti family celebrated Mr. and children \Vashmton.. D.C. Lake Butler where Mr. Jord.inlepresents day. relatives in Fort Myeis and Venus .-. .. .. _.i. ,
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V'OAMI'S birthday last Friday by I accompanied by Mrs: Sam Anderson the Liberty Nationa' Mrs. P. A. Dampier and Mr from Saturday to Tuesday.Mrs. i ??t t ,
!lavini; dinner with Mr. and Mrs.: I who has spent the past Insurance Co. and Mrs. R. L. Ennis of Jacksonville I : Richard Ray and sons of : r a ii i
\ .. Douglas in Jacksonville I three months with her son and Jacksonville weekend ,.
\ :ne were visiting Mr. and spent the
ihat evening family, arrived home Thursday of t Mrs.visiting J. D. Mr Cottiell and of Mrs.V.Leesburgwas B. I 'oil's. R. C. Dampier on Thurs- (I with her parents. Mr. and MrsJ. GET READY FOR COOL I

Ralph L. Alvarez of Fort Myerr I last week. The Lyle Anderson to Tues- day of last week. S. Sapp while Mr.: Hay was in
Wednesday
Shiver left Wednesday Norfolk Sewell from I I i
Mrs.V. T. family -
and Mr. and The Sewell family also had Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwrightwere I Xew YOlk attending the Woild WEATHERSEE
of Jennings were Sunday visitor j Va. where Mr. Anderson day. Series.
weekend visitors. Mr. and in Williston Sunday after
ef Mr and Mis. R. B. Alvarez. -repoits fur further---dutv----- as Mrs: James< O. Sewell and son. '!! noon attending the funeral of an I Mr: and Mrs. B. F. Grimes an / off a'a ti

Chui k. of Ja
/ the annual Cancer'I and Mrs. Lamar Crosby I I Mr. and Mrs.: E. E. Lewis am' 1 ,
meeting at Tampa Friday to have moved to Pompano Beach |j family.i Wheatezas' ;4i'

USINSTALL Sunday from the Bradford Coun '' Mr.: and Mrs. W. T. Shiver of i and Mrs: I'lt'<.lger Johns OIL HEATERSWe was a

LET tv Cancer Unit were: Miss Jennings were Sunday afternoon j II visited tier parents. Mr.: and Mrs. o.NdeI e>; .

Dorothy Alvarez, chairman Miss: visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul I X.; A. Conner m Lake Butler Ili STEVE
they I
Ross, cot'hairmanlrs.: Raymond. I Saturday. t
A Dorothy Have One To Fit Your Need et
_. Pauline Torode. Mrs.: T. J. Alderman A.,,..,..-.... COCHRAN
Miss Betty During Mrs: I;1i f/ atrtexiJ.t.'YI *-w ">wfw,
and11'3.: Tully i ty WARNER wAOS. ac st iist$
Eldon Sapp I
SUPER Norman.Mr. From where sit... b/ Joe Marsh Florence AND

: and Mrs. Alton Dobbs ofIacksonville 21.95
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"isitinIrs':
were \
THE
CHAINREACTIONSTORY
SILENCING Inez Kelly and Mrs.: Ella Haislop Boss
Monday while enroute to Tampefor OF THE
a visit. i Happy: Sv-" To BATTLE FOR'l1RANIUMi'

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wells Slot" QuakerPerfection

INTERNATIONAL MUFFLEROn 1'ensacola anl11': and Mr.s *

Jim Casson and family of Charleston :More and more farmers-who when he isn't -an.!, like Easy, i onr

S. C. were weekend guests oiMr. badly nerd hired help somctinifg :pockets healthy savings in wages. lRj .

Your Automobile TODAY! : and Mrs. M. C. Wells. but can't afford a full-time hand From I Mt, it's great hoW'are vQ
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen madea making deals with ;young pcoplexithdilferentbarhgroundatorn "' ..: ,.
to Miami on Mon at
business trip .
workers and the employers -and differentii'w points-can BUY NOW! BE READY! 11I': -
Withn Unconditional Guarantee"Guaranteed ; day and TuesdayMis. *
"The Muffler) they work for. ('Ioperate.llmahout more of us \'
Ethel! 1'ickren of Gainesville \ mot. .
is spending this week with I For instance, young Hap trying: that I lice in a town SMALL \\':\ PAYMENTr: EASY TERMS:

For The Life 01 her daughter, Mrs. Seeber Goodman I Hooper now lives rent-free on maybe )ou're a farmer. I'm partial -
and family. Easy Roberts'farm.In: return he to a good glass of beer jou

Mrs.: W. G. Haile Sr. returned woiks about 100 days a :year for may prefer coffee or milk. But

Your Car home last Friday after spending Easy-for a farmhand's :pay. we can make things pleasanter by --1. Kv

two weeks with her sons Jack The rest of the)-earIIap worksfor } ignoring differences and giving f t PHONE

and Woodfin, artheir familie!': each other a "hand."
his "regular" boss Buzz
; 1'3 East
FOR ALL MAKES AND J MODELS OF CARS
in Miami. Enroute home she 'iSi.t'l Ellis, the electrician. Buzz just CaU SOStarke.
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. S. speeds his business I 1I1J<
up 1/1.
Street
CHEVROLET ('37-53) Only 8.25 West Palm Heach. Hap's on hand-slows it when" {, i Fla. lTI

Mrs: J. B. Sapp spent the weekend : "

FORD ('41-53 Only 8.25 in Gainesville: with her sister ,I Il1s. I ttttttatatttttttttttt trtt> tt
:\ F. A. Mooie. Lt>i>)t, 1nt,19i6. L'niled States Brewers foundation
Mrs. M. W. Lance spent the I
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with --
weekend m Inverness
FREE INSTALLATION -- -
I Mrs. B. R. Quinn while Mi: -=-- -- ow."
Lance attended the Methodis I Dennis Patricia

Don't Forget This :Muffler Is Guaranteed To Last Layman's meeting in Ix-esburg :! 26th "SUPER SPECIALS'ENDS MOflGAM [EDINA A AI
Crenshawand
I Mr.: and Mis. Roy 1 .
As Long As Your CarDODD'S family of Ocala were visiting
I
I Mr.: and Mrs. J. L. Chitty on -"Ml! VUIH ''I'II 'II
A SALE :
Sunday.Mr. : i '
: an<..lIrs.: L. A. Davis are I ifle S nnlversary Plus :"Daffy Dilly" Cartoon
SUNOCO SERVICE spending Tuesday to Friday in I and Chapter No il Serial
Clearwater where Mr.: Davis is I
Mrs. Davis Is at I I
f 426 Temple Ave. Ph. 311 Starke, Fla. i iI' fishing while the Florida Division U MONDAY Sunday, Monday T sday
I tending OCT.
i D. C. convention. 15 October 14, 15, 't*i

-- -. --- Hollis V. Knight Jr. spent the Ti
first of the week at Jacksonville i AfGAbring \ou
S heart-ben' of a
Beach.Mrs.. every
: Mae: Jones, Mrs.: Ellen COATS SWEATERS MEN'S TROUSERS life-inspired story! I

:| Dowling, and Mrs.: E. L. Patton of t :
r.
Less than Jacksonville visited Dr. and Mrs : All Styles, Colors. Sizes and Fabrics By "Blue Bell" I I "
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W. Middleton: on Thursday.Miss for For Girls: Misses, LadiesIn N
Sewell will leave I your st'lt'rtion-\\ith insulated KHAKI OR GRAY I I '" ''
: Virginia
Monday for Germany, where she ; linings. Soft Wools and Orlons S3.9S Value i

will be assigned for two years Values $21.501o $19.93; SOMEBODY
Deeptone or Pastel Colors
with the Army special senicesand SALE $2.99 ,
recreation program. SALE Si/es31 UpSLIPOVERS UP THERE 4'
200hours Mrs D. E. Knight and Mrs. H $16.95 II I''I

V. Knight/ and children spent Tuesday \I LIKES MEN

in Jacksonville.Mrs. TO $39.93SUITS :

Louise Kite will leave for DRESS TROUSERS I i. PAUL NEWMA ;
Richmond Va. on Saturday fora $2-98 !
DER ANGER
week to attend the Medical I New Fall Patterns Gabardine; and M aiYMe

away Record Librarian short course. Button Front Cardigans Dacron Blends 'I -
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Corey and
family of Ocala were weekend 98 98 $6.93; -$9.93 1; Values Plus 'Pedro and Lorenzo"
Drt'ssor Tailored $3- $4.
guests of11': and Mrs.: T. I ;I OX SALE Cartoon
I
Mersereau.: Mrs. Mersereau and t Wools Blends, Tweeds I
"IlesFolks. Be
: Sure and
Saturday ir USE OUR LAY-AWAY-
Mrs.: Corey spent .77
I See This One.
Lake City where the Coreys aremoving Sizes 8 to 21 I'2 $4 $6.77 I The Manager


Mrs. Drew this weekend.Reddish and son. I SALE PRICED{ Wed and Thur. Oct 17 is

r Stan, visited her mother Mrs, \V III .
FOUR STAR SPECIAL MEX'S FLAXXEL
Jacksonville over M-G-M's THRILLING
; H. Edwards in I $12.95 $29.95
the weekend while Mr.: Reddish TRUE-LOVE STORY II !
attended the Methodist Lay'man'meeting ; RUN-PROOF SHIRTS I I I A women

in Leesburg. I II fight,
Mrs. Thomas Peacock Jr. and I FIXE BROADCLOTH PANTIES $..a9 & $2 98 Values when her ;;
maa'1 In r
son, Ricky, of Orlando are spend- f
trouble!
r RI fv ing this week with her grandmother I BRAS SIZES 36-7 SALE $1.83 ,

Mrs. Bertha Pcarre. Mrs 1 I '
Pearce and Mrs. Mary Lane of SALE 49c
; Uplift Styles
Jacksonville will accompany Mrs I III
Peacock to Orlando for the week i Regular or Padded FOR MEN'S & BOYS'JACKETS :I I
'- I I ; Size 30-41 Cups AA to C 3 $ J.OO ,
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1 end.Mr. !
t Mr.s.: F. L. Watterson ;
ana !
) Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward and Mr ,!i;! SALE 69 SIZES S TO 11 i! ;:;:i! HEM,T HER
w I and lrs.1.: L. Watterson are eNA
i, vacationing this week in the Smo- :, Iq 11//;: l SALE 69c Dress! Up Work Play ;: dATF Rt1ND
:: .1
All Sizes :
iI ky Mountains.:

\SJI; it iI I l>v. \\'. S. McAhley and Elder !;:., NYLON HOSE 2 FOR J.OO Lined Unlined Quilted i' i Id-Q-M aro at,

I O. E Stansbury attended the fall! ,
meeting of the Suwannee Presbytery MEN'S ''JAMS JUNE

I 1 at St. Andrews Presbyterian ; Ii"!: Always First Quality $ 98

: ihuii-h Wesconnett onTuesday. 4-
III'! 60-13 Fall Shades $1495BOYS' STBYART' AllYSON
The car that breaks the patterns of the past. BLANKETS

1 tfr I:' 69c PAIR

i I : I Pastels or DeeptonfNationally The
GAY'SHome ''I PAIRS $3.98 $9.95
i 57 CHEVROLET I' : 2' $1.09 AdvertUedReg. I Stratton

1
AppliancesYour I c6.93ToS995; ; Story

It'll be on liund 'b' ;j/A/ ami //I-// Friendly Chenille Spreads ON SALE 1 Boys'! Flannel & Dan River A. j If.lJUID. B n or.m
I \I\ PIOOOtUI /

Norge Dealer I Reg $3.93;) ; To SI2.93; PLAIDSHIRTS !!I .. tDil: L 'rJ1! "' :':"
0 n a I $4.99 $7.95 lit II)iIIJJII\ htttts A) JO Wl1-:
&0 lLOn1y 0 NO.KK ..11'PLLINCESlt OX SALE 6 16 tr .YYal4tka". '

( I.TG'IIEIS TO F.nlOrsX.ISTO: ':, ,I Plus "Saved by the Bell" ( ar
SJ.SO SQ.95 DOUBLE LENGTH M.99 2 FOR $3.00 -

0 COI.F.M\\: \TERS and I loon"A .

11.0011( 1TRXACT.S: T T E N T I O I :Y '

lam1.sed Chevrolet deJlers ITf ,, J) ti t".s V'yS :rye J'1. \\e cordially' invite \ flU 1.Its to.
T
Nice Save Twice With I
We Service All! Makes Mighty 0 Eagle Always FirstQuality brit: our ( 'onre....ion stand

I Appliances from the .jdevtalk for the

RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO i Low Price and S & H Green Stamps! best Popcorn marie ur

! Phone 10 I 111] EAST CALL ST :>pt't'ialiic! in this item "
"The
Starke Fla. 'l Markc, lloritl.i Management.:

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.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I Miami and Key West. Angela Higdon, and :Mrs.: Minnie ,...................yyy. ,, and :Mrs: Leroy-h Norman Sr.11' \
Miss Ann Motes of Bryceville Case No I! This notice
Moore attended the W. :M.: S 10-lSi shall be published once<< has lien filed apalrti the
in
;\ you
Nonce t
and Mis. G. C. Rhoden Tapp.ar
visited with Miss Jo ot earn week for four
MAXY1LLE Ann Par-1. I I 1 consecutive i at >vc named Court and cause ai
rich Friday afternoon. Black Creek Association at Macedonia II ElL RON N Tampa were Sunday guests of last T" knoxin William re Karl.den! Simmon e ami *,address who*?, weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele ..
last :Mr. and Mis. Ancel Norman. Thevwere I is: 130; Aiant.: your answer or pleading to tt-e complaint -
Home Demonstration Tuesday.Mrs. <: Avenue, oieasi.ie. -:- luted this 3 ,ii.iv ,.f 1. t.'l.r! l'i'e; : on the Plaintiffs j
Attorney
liy Mrs. C. B. Nolan accompanied home by Mrs. I Sew V .rk. (Official Seal: ) Charles A. Darby. Ki rd Butler 1309 I.Mri'flUr.iil.iK. I. .
I The Maxville Home Demonstra Dorothy Kilgore and i Itj.Mrs.. A IK el Norman You are hereby notified that a Clerk cf the Circuit >
Florence Johnson who will Court : : Ja"nIll"! 2, F ,
//11111llIlllUlil1Birthday I II i lion Club will meet Tuesday, Oct :Mrs.: Mae Higginbotham attendeda re-I suit: for dixi.ne By Marian; I* Crosby Deputy Clerk; .nd file the original tn the o'!!,'e ft
I' 16, at the Maxville Civic Club at a A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi main for an indefinite visit. i has been filed against you In the I" '. 4' .". -. the Clerk! of the Circuit Curt: ca ,
j. meeting of the
j Ducal above
named Court -
/ Party I Safety i Mrs. and cause and or before the
10( a. m. We are expecting several Council Rev. S. F. Beard returned home T. N. Norman and Mrs. j you are required to serve a :NOTHT: TO trr-Ktn :!. ,Jar ..f c..t"l,,>r, l'-;.*.
t'nh'rtained'at in
Mrs. D. J. Parrish | navy wives from the Coachville Jacksonville Tuesday. last Friday from a'isit Eldon Sapp were in Tampa from :copy of your answer or pleading to la Circuit Court Bradford Coolly,, otherwise the allegations ..'. ad; \
her home last Saturday afternoon :Members: of the Congiegationa1Holiness in Tampa. Friday until Sunday afternoon the complaint on toe rlaintlffi Florida: la Ihfincrry. C.imtilaint will be taken as c)ntp-"-
:Motor court to meet with us and His wife remained there for a I Attorney K.Uhcn & S. hw. ; wrg;: ma Hit' I.--1 Pi: ntiff. xs ed l>v you.
Oct. 6, with a biithdayparty I i urge all members to please plan | Church honored Mrs attending a meeting of the Cancer || 1'rotess.on.il ICu.lding. Jacks..nI trtz 13- Jtl.ige \\'. I.. I'. t.Mi.rt! This notice shall fee p.b.hto.: !
in honor of her son, David longer visit. Society. 'I \ : _. Florida Ca>e N.,.. :.0.iii once each week for four consecutive \
who was 4 years old on the 7th. !' to attend and bring a couple of Bobby Godwin a recent bride j Little Dale Norman returned and file the original in the office of Nollrr JU To
assisted inl I(sandwiches for lunch.Homecoming with a shower at the church :Monday : NOTICE TO APPEAH j{ the Clerk of the Circuit Court cm or n.< e and addr.-- r. I'ariiih was 9'.i .. I'at.il .
Mrs to his home at Camp Blanding Ib.fore !her day ..t N..X 19j 1: M t !1. :2! .1.1"f' M p' :
'' Branch la circuit Court Bradford:! County, I' : Ninth! Mr--t. Ai.! .
At Long G..rgla. OFFICIAL SEAL ,
entertaining by Mrs. Leslie Chil- ; night. Mrs. Godwin is the otherwise the allegations of said Charles A. Duly
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Florida Till
Sunday after spending several la Chaarn, are ,
i hereby notified that Clerk of the Circuit < ourt
s
be observed at I I III l
will Complaint be
con Mrs Henry Griffis and Mrs. Homecoming former Jo Ann :Midyette.: days with his grandparents:: 'Edna Simmons. I'laint! ,ft. 'q. William by taken as confessed v.i.t fir I>n'?r--. rare .'n'odv.nut By Marian L. Crosby. Beputv Clerk:
Earl Cannon. Those enjoying the the Long Branch Baptist Church }:art S.n' .'-.''I'-fendant.. you. o nral: "f minor child a_ :!S i- _, ..

occasion with David were Floyd Sunday, Oct. 14. The public is

Lloyd and Mary Kilgore. Diana I' cordially' invited to attend. General Election --- Sample Ballot

and Sharon Griffis Joey Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilkinsonand I

Daniel Harris Billy and Bobby family of Marietta and Mrs BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
,
Nolan, Gary Higginbotham Ter- Arthur Wilkinson of Jacksonville i
NOVEMBER 6. 1956 PRECINCT NO
ry and Ronnie Cannon, Carolynand visited Monday evening with Mr t

Roger Chilson and Jo Ann ; and Mrs. J. C. Noian. ITO

VOTE for a person whose name is printed on the ballot place X mark in the at the 11IGHT;
and Patty Parrish. I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Godwin c a cross ( ) square of the name of the I

}'our Celebrate Jacksonville spent the weekend for whom you desire: to vote. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot write his name in the space provided for that purpose person


Mrs. N. L. Cannon entertained j with relatives here. ELECTORS FOR STATE TREASURER FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERo.. s lilt"J" : IIMNo. ,
Oct. 6 with a Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin-
Saturday night ,
(Vote for One) DISTRICT( NO. FIVEVote
FOR PRESIDENT
N. botham their .
party honoring her husband are now making I

L. Cannon, and daughter, Gloria, home in the Taeckle apartment.Mr. AND VICE-PRESIDENT I ( for One) 1'(1\" lilt HUN xi. t'tltnln\T: toXHI

and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and Miss : and Mrs. Charles McClisse (Vote for Group) J. EDWIN= LARSON (Dem) K 11 III, six'IHI\ ; ,

Virginia Cannon on their birth- and family have moved from the __ __ A I""po''dm.. ndu .'nl (,: Article Ii.
:M.: 0. HARRELL (Dem) .' i.x aildinK ... ,, III Peer n
to I
days. Late in the evening a beau- Taeckle apartment back to their DEMOCRATIC I "iixi.nini;" of the "IjKislafure,Suti.'i a J'n..n' C..r'h..

tifully decorated birthday cake I home in Kentucky.Mr. I.) an initial pet.tn.ii of in into extrar,: >-'.. ,
per rent .f
was served. Mrs. Earl Cannon and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and ADLAI E.. STEVENSON I 1 FOR .TTOI''L''L''L'I', I i tin. member.of followed by Th<- ..'r'r.I.I1"r: f the..' ,".ths m.mb.rs .f-
1.1: l. l 11.--.
helped serve.Hastings j family visited Mr. and Mrs. H. A. For r s I'_ I_ i ote for One) >. .i.Iary of State shall fix the P'.l"/date and: h tl.at?ur th: >

Defeats lUUlwin ''' Sweat and family in Macclenny ESTES'KEFAUVER: : I FOR MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC ?th.traersioiis' ?.nxeninf; of vliall>u. h l rats s r s.in and that sj,"h

The Baldwin Indians were de- j!! Sunday. For Vice-President I I RICHARD (Dick) ERVIX (DemI) |i j I INSTRUCTION( COUNTY BOARDMEMBER dax' < 10'11111.1..1 t.i a period (.f !,

I j Mr. Mrs. F. B. Colemanand ,
feated again last Friday night and I : RESIDENCE DISTRICTNO.

by Hastings 28This family had as..their guests REPUBLICAN : FOR THE{ AMENDMENT::
I
night the Indians will battle with I Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Buddy TWO _J_

Bunnell in Bunnell and Friday, Browning, Mr. and Mrs. James DW1GIIT D. EISENIIO WKK +J FOR SUPERINTENDENT( OF PUBLIC (Vole for One) AGAINST THE AMENDMENTmill i I

Oct. 19. they will play Macclenny Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pel- For President__ INSTRUCTION

there. Boys we are rooting for lum and Mrs. Louise Horn and ; mCIIARD M.NIXOX I I ,
(Vote for One W. C. ) POWELL Dt'm Ml. .'.
:you. Show us you can win next baby son of Jacksonville. For Vice-President I I ) (Billy ( ) ( II\"IIIIIIU\\I.
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\tli:\ lUi:\T lit
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time. Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Mrs. '
IK Ml -
1.11I:1.. _\MI 4
('1Ie Club :Meets Doss Higginbotham Mrs. Leslie WRITE IN TOM: D. BAILEY ( Dem) I .V
I
proposed Anxndmint .
: t'i \rliI.! VII
Mrs. C. B. Nolan attended relat'ijr
Sweat
.
The Maxville Civic Club held a and I ..apportionment of Ih..nalt.: and House of Kii.-

regular business meeting in the the Duval County Council I I 'I'I I FOR MEMBER HOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION { i.-ist' niat.xes...f one Senator pioxiding that the Senate shall .'." -
from
of Home Demonstration Clubs ir .eai h of the t>; Counti.
Oct. -- ------ ut the house .
club house Friday night .t .
I COUNTY BOARD : I'.pr" .nlalhall
!..:. consi.-t .f
5. They appointed a committee Jacksonville last Tuesday. I I I' RAILROAD AND PUBLIC? MEMBER RESIDENCE DISTRICTNO. numht'n,.f the and Ooxernor shall be appoitioned by proclnni4tit.ii -
based upon the latest ,.
:M-Sgt.: Raymond Kilgore or 1u.el -
to go ahead and work on plansfor UTILITIES COMMISSIONERVote 1 :insus alln" 'InK tarh county at least 1 r.iccrntatixe -
Air Force Base in Panama FOURVote and the ; -
the playground and also appointed Tyndall ninaining r"III..ntallSTATE
( for One) halt!: I.app..rn.nrd .. \- -
City, spent the weekend ,, among .unties having a P"i'
to
a committee plan p ( for One) nlati n in tsr>- of s.iiAu; that each unit of Sm.fi
FOR GOVERNOR;
Halloween party here with his family. He was ac- 'h.llI.I.be allow rd I additional, represt-ntativi
I : th..t
Sunday N MIDI I'arty companied home by Sgt. Julius of (Vole for One) ALAN S. BOYI ( Dem) .I, ,Ix the. upon amendment rahfiah"n shall and become urovidnitr effective initn diat.< -
that
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Jacksonville.We u -I THORNTON JOHNS (Dem) ) .rn..r -hall'.tlla -pr.al x-
The Junior "A" class of thMaxville ____ election to fill new x.am ..-
i i. s
h prior to the
Baptist Sunday Schoo' are sorry to hear that Mr J r I I ;Itlle.l nt -> SM..II of the Ijfgi'--!

enjoyed a party last Thursday and Mrs. Jack Padgett's baby LeROY COLLINS--- (Dc.:1)!: ) i I''

afternoon at the home of their girl is ill and in a Jacksonville WILLIAM A. WASHIJUUXE: ,JR..' FOR STATE ATTORNEY FOR THE AMENDMENT

teacher Mrs. Lucille Griffis. Sack hospital. _(Rep_ )tl 1 1' ElCalTlIJUnICI.\LCmCl'IT FOR JUSTICE >PEACE: : -- -- I_ :
that --- -
races three-legged races and I We are glad to learn Si \ I i (Vole for One) DISTRICT NO. ONE AGAINST THE :'\ :\ '.\ ----1

bobbing for apples were enjoyef meon Phillips is tetter and able I I (Vote for One)

throughout the afternoon and to return to work after a recent .

several priTJs were awarded. Mrs illness. The remaining offices required by law to be T. E. DUNCAN ( J It-m) (11\11'110'\1.'I G": :

Griffis was assisted in serving refreshments Mr. and Mrs. James Milliard filled at this election are being sought by only u F. C. HODGES J ( J Iom) unit 11:1I'JHII\"J'10 v

by Mrs. Ida Lee Giif- I of Valrico visited with Miss:; Debbie one candidate for each office. To vote for I I' .\ pi..posedtn">,ndm.-nt to Article V .., the C, '

fis and :Mr. Laura Chilson. i Phillips last Sunday morning. these remaining offices place a cross (X) I I stunt!"!! I.) adding an additional $....lion JlrH\'.,'--
mt for an additional Judge of the ( ;
Mr. and Mrs. Denver Godwir Criminal ,
: ;
Home Coming Held mark in the square to the right of the name LEGISLATIVE of Itecord of Imxal County Florida:; proxidn.f
A large crowd attended the and family of Jacksonville were for. .his election term of office, salary and au. _
of the candidate for whom you desire to vote. FOR CONSTABLE. DISTRICT NO.ONE an. > s f..r expenses a
homecoming services and dinner visitors Maxville last Sunday. FOR STATE SENATOR ; providing however, if there
To vote for whose is not be a Judge of the Proxisional
a person name printed Criminal Court !
nn the grounds at the Maxville Several of the Maxville parents 15TH SENATORIAL DISTRICTVole Mnxal:: 1 t'?Dory sin'h Judge shall be, ome such .''i
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Baptist Church: last Sunday. joined in and filled in part of on the ballot, write his name in the blank ( : for One') (Vole for One) Jiidce, of the Criminal Court of Record.space u.ilitional -.

Homecoming message was delivered the yard at the school last Thursday provided for that purpose.CONGRESSIONAL. l

by Rev. J. E. Newton of afternoon. Mrs. Stack, schoo' I FOR TUB AMENDMENT:: :: lI I I'!

the Evergreen Baptist Church. principal brought out stepping CHARLEY:. JOHNS ( Dem) I J. L. SILCOX_ (Dem) --- --

Lake City a former pastor of stones and a walkway is being FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR i i --- -- AGAINST THE AMENDMENT \ \

this church. Rev. Jim Strickland made to keep the children from I I I I
(Vole for One)
also a former pastor attended getting their feet wet. We appreciate .
this FOR MEMBER 1I0U T'0.: .
and Rev. Lester Taggart, present very much. : FOR CONSTABLE. DISTRICT NO. I ON-II llllIlHI.I.lIli'lI': -

pastor. In the afternoon the Brad Mr. and Mrs. Sikes and family GEORGE A. SMATIIERS (Dem) I' I REPRESENTATIVESBRADFORD : EIGHT All IK uII:

ford County Singers stopped by of Bryceville and Mr. and Mrs. --- -I COUNTYVote

and sang several selections at :Millard Strickland and familywere : -I-/ I I ( for One) (Vote t for One) State A proposed Constitution Amendment by adding to a Article section XII providing of tie

the song service. There will be no dinner guests of Mr. and for abolition of the iffne of County Special Tax

School Church Serv Mrs.: Pete Griffis last FOR REPRESENTATIVE INCONGRESS. : I I School District Trustees and transfer of duties to
Sunday or Sunday. !
j 1 I FELIX: [. SULLIVAN (Dem) I County Hoard of Public Instruction;
DOYLE E. CONNER Dem) providing fo--
ices next Sunday, because: of the I Mrs. Lealer Harris and Eugene EIGHTH ( _I I -- -- referendum and for method ..r reinstatement of
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at the Hires attended the conference County Special Tax School District Trustees. "
Homecoming day Long CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT --I' I I .

Branch Baptist Church. meeting of the Congregational (Vote for One)

Mrs. Dorothy Waters and chil- Holiness churches in Glen St FOR THE AMENDMENT: I I

dren enjoyed an anniversary supper Mary last Wednesday night. COUNTY FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR -

In Jacksonville Saturday eve We are all glad to know that D. R. (Billy) MATTHEWS (Dem) I-I (Vote for One) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT ,1-1 J

ning in honor of Mrs. Water's"| ;Mrs. pony Griffis is improvingn FOR COUNTY JUDGE I

son and daughter-in-law :Mr. and i health. I I (Vote for One) I .
:\o. s
Mrs. Jack Waters who were celebrating Ray Harris Mr. and Mrs. H ]HARRY ANTHONY (Dem) ( I\"U'JI'JJI\. 'It-1I1II1' 1O

their 5th wedding anni1 1 E.; Griffis and Mary Wilkes at- JUDICIAL +) I -- ----- -- AH IK I K All
THEROX A. YAWN JR. Dem
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?,- ? ? It fpnilml the night c SUPREMECOURT -- --- Amendment
-- THE
JUSTICE OF to
------J" I FOR I Aitule XII of the
Mr. and :Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Congregational Holiness Associa-j I I State Constitution adding a ueu S-.,tion authoriz
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. I ing the
family visited in Middleburg Sunday tional :Meetings: in Glen St. Mary For A County Fire Ducal!. Sarasota.appointment lade.of and County I'uiellas Superintendent ,"i
NO. 1Unexpired Counties
GROUP ; sub
last week. Control UnitAgainst rt't to n fer< niliiiM
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. or special act of the Legiftl.iture -
Term) FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT -- and proxiding for
:Mr. ( method of rcmstatenu.
and Mrs.
George Scully and Mr. and Mrs George Beach o A County Fire of County: :Superintend ;

Buster Butter and family. Hastings visited j with Mr. and (Vote for One) (Vote for One) Control Unit I Ii I II

We regret to learn that Mrs :Mrs. C. B. Nolan and family last I I FOR TUB AMENDMENT I !

Minnie Carter is ill with double Friday evening and attended the I
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STEPHEN O'CONNELLIem( ) CHARLES A. DAUBY (Dem) ) --- -
pneumonia and is staying at the football game in Baldwin. -- Proposed Constitutional ;j
I AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. :: I II
home of an aunt in Staike. James Godwin, who has beenill I I I I

A Revival at the Maxville Congregational and had to be rushed: to a Jacksonville Amendments

Holiness Church started I hospital Sunday is back FOR JUSTICE OF TilE SUPREME : 9
FOR TAX
home ASSESSOnIalk: a cross (X) mark in the at the
square nllll'1111
now and improving.We \tMCMIMKNT '
Sunday night. Oct. : 10
7, and will OF FLORIDA
COURT OF THE STATE .
Vote for One
( )
be held each night beginning at I are sorry to learn that GROUP; NO. 2Unexpired RIGHT for the Amendment or against the AII1ICI.K \

7:30 p. m. Rev. Ollie Ellington ofStarkE' Woodrow Bass has been sick I Amendment. .. \ III "I"-f'" Aniendiiient to .\rr i. J IV of the Sta-.

is conducting the revival with the mumps. ( Term) GENE LONG (Dem) I fn uisttutionaddinga ! of
Notice To FreeholdersAll (Vote for One) - J e County Suluitor in liade County and
and the public is invited to at- I transfer'ing the duties thereof to the State A0. :-
freeholders and leglstertd I :\ 1 t..rn.'y ..r the Eleventh Judicial Cn.int of Florida.

tend.Mr.. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves voters in the MaxvilleTea please CAMPBELL TIIORNAL (Dem) I I ('\MIHIIO\ IK.MMIIM: in
.tRTT1'I.I: vTronoslnff
and daughter Minnie, and :Miss voice :yourselves and let it be I I FOR TAX COLLECTOR FOR THE AMENDMENT I 1
the revision of Art!. le V ..f tlir'n ____
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Shirley Wilkinson visited In Jacksonville known how feel about In -
you I I (Vote for One) -titutinn relating to the Judicial Ivpdrtnu-ut "f
Sunday with :Mr. and corporating the town of MaxvilleAll Ihr verninent; e.staUithnitf three district courts AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I ,

Mrs. Buck Larramore.Mrs. interested in this matter plarto FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME I ".f appeal and continuing all other N.urlprn.: -
\idint: organization, jurisdii;
lion andp''e -
Ada Godwin is still undera attend the next Civic Club: COURT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. J. R.__-KELLY_ __ (Dem: ) e rs "ffrohrrrrhr ,.. court, d"S o-
doctor's care. We hope she will meeting which will be held orNov. ,, |ifal.. and other constitutional tourtin.. linluij "1e
( HOUP0.3 I I a- to the Mij>reim> court authority to aoopt, nil 11I\"JJIl IKIN UMKMIMKT '10
soon be 2 at 8
feeling much better. m. so the
p. plans can
regulating the praitice and prncrdurr In all
(Full Term) tlt rlll.F: Mil
Mr. and Mrs Buddy Davis be completed.We ,i urt1- and jurisdiction over a were visitors in Jacksonville Sun- I I are sorry to learn that Mrs (Vote for One) FOR SHERIFF !practice of law and discipline! of person1adimtud.. 1. \ proposed Amendment to Article) VIII of the
and authority in the chief justice temporarily; to c..ii->titution of Florida adding a sei flan
day anltonday.. Willie Harris has been ill for ? (Vote for One) assign ju"-tire and judges to other nnnl. preriliing that after Ottoher I. rj.'i? all fees. revenues providing

Mrs Florence Parrish and Mrs I couple of weeks and wish her pspxedy T FRANK HOBSOX ( nem) eligibility requirements for jn'!.. ,.- and ,,!h.r, harges, collet ted by the county officers ,or.t
I Alain judges and prohibiting them from i-itain, E- ambia 1'"mityhall be paid into the
Frances Adams have recoveryMr ----- general
returned I I i "Muirproviding for salaries or i mnp'n<-arlonMonty fund of .E.r autlia County and
that
P. D. REDDISH Dem) the
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from an enjoyable vacation in > Albertme Thomas; Irs' ,anil expenses and for the retirement: sii-pf'nM'>nand Legislature shall make provision for salaries <.x.
I removal of justireo and judges 'uduig6r P'nws and compensation to be paid the several
i I I an additional judge for the Fourth Juiln i.il "ri- oiinty offiiers of KM:ambia <'aunty.FOR .
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to tr-ulr in Duva1County and alf..r the
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREMECOURT I
: lunidt
,'i lal l (irr'iit therein the State Capital i_ 1 1"-
OF TilE STATE OF FI OHIron SUPERINTENDENT OF at'd. providing for certain (hang '\'Ih.' r, f.r- FOR THE AMENDMENT: I'
f eni, I.. the Court nf Record of E'-iamtiia c" ntv. ,
DA GROUP NO.I PUBLIC I STnITTIO"mitt: -
SAVEupfo50onFUEL III!; pealed I. superseded "r ( pr.t .- i
(Full Term) (Vote t for One) MoT.1of aitiile! \" and (""'nt'.lUlIIg all other, |pt ".\ ,- AGAINST THE AMENDMENTii 1 I'
-1"11< with reviMOhh in form or arrang*'n. r.T "-1 ly
WITH SIEGLERS EXCLUSIVE PATENTED (Vote for One) ,

I II. P. MORGAN (Dem) FOR THE AMENDMENT \O. 11
TWO-IN-ONE HEATMAKER f ( \" n -lso\11.
FIT THOMAS (Dem) -- --- "U\I"II\T in

--- utntll:
I I AGAINST THE AMENDMENTIMIII : \M

Look at these exclusive i I ..
I \ in" .postfmendment to Arti. 1 le Xot 'j! ,
FOR SUPERVISOR' OF c.i-' Minor ..f the i'-,r"f Plot ida to be ko'.H
I
SIEGLER features '". :: <.
1 .1- tion 24 authorizing the Legislature to efal! -
STATEFOR REGISTRATION : IKIMI: 1.111': 1 -h "'n.1| Serx u'e Sx steins ''n.I'I\IIs..ni"o.'I',
< II\ MII 'Iln, \I. t11i\ntll\r: : 'inltIK f..r :Mii'ncipal. Coimtx
Two-in-One and
Heatmoler ,, State
Employers ar.'l
.Saves up to 50% in fuel SECRETARY OF STATEVole : (Vole for One) _\ I F MM "!.( IION II 'iff ,.- not fl."ted I by the pi ..pie 'ir appoint1

\ -. .\n-nidiii.nt ,of .,. ,.... l.\ II. ';"Hrn'r.
Sieglermatic Draft ends soot and smote SS l.r"I" \i-i- \f[| -
( for One .
) .
Silent-Floating I I' i i Ii. pi..x .ilms for h'.m> nil. n iMd. .. .
super quiel motor mountLfetimepocelmnenamel :MARIAN( .. CROSBY ( Dem) !Or"t.dng! for. tint! t..rs t" ad'.pr ait.i rr..d! i I. "p..
finish tti V I -- -- .- rul liar:. r of il.mrnment for I>..ntc; .'ii't, .1.- FOR THE AMENDMENT
S 6-way directional Tropical floor HeatS d.r,! "'h..h. Bald! of ,' ,,,. I I
County ''nnll.-* t -1.] tilI --- ._ _
Cast iron construction I PI!. A. (Bob) GRAY (Dem) j I I-. .'..,..rlllng body The charter: : shall t\: I-.ula- --- .

e Kleen-Fire burner cleans as it heats I tr-. of each county" commission d.-'r.: :."r. p- v il-I AGAINST;: THE AMENDMENTNO. ,, I
m> thod of hanging them f nuuiin -. '. ,
r Summer the xmp : -
cooling et turn of switch
a I I FOR ., .,. I
COUNTY
COMMISSIONERDISTRICT nIp-' allT.n and election of comm.-s, ra'.1
::.ax- grant certain powers to JEoar.l "f i '. ir.-v
FOR COMPTROLLER: : NO. ONEVote ; "rvmi-s'iners, provide f..r .taM.,hn...nr .,nl I ai,- : 12
( for One) oli'mn:, <.f municipal < .ri!.".ration"I" .1! 'i\ K (6\" IIIYTIn\ "\MTNIMIK\T
(Vole for One) lii-'rt.ts and other g.t> nmcntal un t- ,,rd 1 f' r .
l l l : / II h'ln"I1 their bojndane- and tran-ftmnir t'.. r tlI MMM
f
'fffl : .:...t.on-. th. r f-'oxe-in-: jurisd. tin an.i J" .x- .\ ,.d
j.rpos Amendment '
HAROLD K. NORMAN: (Dem) I" to Article XI < 'J.!;
RAY GREEN (Dem rmake fir" i-i'n f r abnl.-hnR .rr..u f' ''i'-'.' it:on of the State of Florida '.. i,, '._
---- _-- ---- ---- ---- --- -- I .ml j for hatm.nir tie ti.ime ..t had. c.it.'x The l.r.'l S.'rtinn 4A proxiding that t*... f.u .. r..
i harter haJj pt i "iida m- 'hod for mit.a'.x-' ,irnirtt'i.idum .
: make '
ans may provision ,'
I to vgtou' u.iQe fortri.albyjlln' x I'
'irtoo rvwdw I I I 1 1 on ordJnan' I' the amendment rf tUeli ', i.e, held in any municipality u .':. M i'. ae
.* ril-! charter and a method f..r r.in;. !.-" .r'1! c Idly haling a population of moi 'i : 01,

FOR: COMMISSIONER FOR: COVTCO'DII 'lONER .1''*".\.l:':,l.ng!I. other rbarters. The home r-i-.. .. finrfr.l .- I.al.'anl", ; proxiding that the (': '. nv
OFAGRICULTURE > e prepared a Metrop..bt; c. .1| t"1! c ,rt any other ( f.ff.r! tha. .
r. r. '! Ir. tl.f. L.'iTi-aur! < and that ,. .. "mrt. ; u-
DISTRICT -
ir--r
NO. THREE: M Ifc in '
.b h
5111 Ke.
'' mIJlIf'II'al! v : hs:
INKIER ELECTRIC ', . .
SERVICE nl flt..d 5.v threi. t.r< nix- l ,.- .m.i r..ird-
(Vole for One) (Vole for One) :,. x. .i yth. d;... .'egng.ide c.,:r.t .. i ... ... f -,4. h !<.ik therein.-,:.d otter and tba'.'.' '.era the t r<:..t!
'. f .'. ', ,1 .
: > "" p"ur- a i I': : t I" .J ft.jin i.''unty stat.

J' I'HOM I: IIi Ii I I H. A. (Buddy) BlillOP.:; JU.Dem.

NATHAN MAYO m.'m I ) ) FOP. THE AMENDMENT FOR !
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: :ITU!: X. Temple \\c Slarke Hi - --- --- ---- ---- -- _
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nan.OCiO tn i?, me __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA E'1GE 5i r.VJI'iw'
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,.........y.yy. ........ Mis Heiseculm .\" I classes. have new books; rained on. Ardell rio\ed the f ,.r t li, f 'rsod date. a= refill;rfd b\' I df..(1 t-,, r-ifd m P.-, d 1; .,.k. fJ _n- --- II I
Ann I weeds in his pastu.e Marklee the Law- cf Florida and Uules of at 1'iijti't;: aiil 47. :':. n .' == ::=: ---. -::--= :
( il Begins :>evv A ear; Elmei, Junioi and Sally Luurt If you fail to do so, a decr..e the urrert puM.i' r- '1'11-
HAMPTON\ l I i
To Build Ifie IIU'I' Hunter of Graham are visiting Starling used the District's weed pro confesio will lie entered I I liradford Count>' Floral i, II;f .
relatives in North chopper to chop his crop land, and apain \ou for the rtlicf demanded run North and along the 1:.,-:
II)' :\Ir... I). E. lliii SI\'I'dI'mg-m of re-elected of- this week with also in the Complaint.I j I boundary of the said lan.K :i- DOWN% PAYMENT REQUIREDA
used the drill
tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAdr.imlsoii Iitleis i and appointment of committees Carolina All students at Hampton grain to plant I notice shall be published : \?>ed to Leon Rosenlerg i.r .i
most of the school the children received rye for winter pasture.The nine a week for four consecutive ), distance of 13J.8 feet, to a i I' >ron
of Mrs. MrailfMissing constituted absentin I weeks in the Bradford County Tel- the North line of said M:'ti
business at the regular meeting permission for them to he ,egraph. i i of XE!., thence run East 1"r a
On \\iMtlier Plane of! Hampton City Council on Oct. order to accompany then F. F. A. boys under thesupervision WITNESS my han and the seal I distance of 130 feet, more rrl CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOYAN
AIrman 1WIlham H Ellis the trip. of Paul Hutchins and 'lor said Court at Starke Florida, l,'sto the point of beginni'; ; ,;:,
2 parents on this 19th i together with
i day of September, A.D. all and singular
gsandiion ot Mi- Mamie Meade I teacherof JoeVood, used the District's ;; I the tenementhered.tam, '
: I1956. :
I Mrs James Langley i i sI
Definite foi EXTRA ROOM CARPORT NEW BATH Includ
tit Hampton is one of those still ,. plans were okayed at the spreader to fertilize their pas- I MUFFICUL SEAL) I and appurtenances theret-<:- ,
aboard the B-50 weather 1[i office space to be build inside the fourth and fifth grades to illnesson tures. Hogan Smith used thespreider Charles A. Darby, .I I lunging i ing Fixtures, NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK. TANK &
missing 'I city hall, at a special meeting of school, was absent due Clerk of said Circuit Court a-- the property of Virg:i>::i H.
WATER SYSTEM: ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING :
plane lost last month in Typhoon Friday last week and Mrs D. to put out fertilize on lj: :Marian L. Crosby DeputyClerk ]toss also known as \irgin i J H!
Emma over the Japan Sea. I'I the council on Thursday of last served substitute. nil lover pastures 9/J1 4t 10, 12 Illowze, under e\piution: i issued u-: LABOR AND MATERIALS
as '
week, however The office of plywood IHIll 4>n that certain Final Decree r41dered ,-
Ellis 22.: son of Mr. and Mrs will be 9\10 IVrsoiialsMrs uii the 13th day of June 19 4.
Hubeit H. Ellis of Levering. 'i construction Gaines- \'. R. Ferguson used the Dis- 11111( I: OF !o 111:1111'1"I.: ." : li\ the Circuit Court of lirad' rti Call Us or Drop A Card No Obligation
Weeks of 1
i and will be set inside the city Pearl '
up trict's drill to oats. He Notice i- hereby given that the C4untFlorida in Chancetavor -*',
plant
Mich, was one of 16 ciewmen ,I hall, in the front northwest ; ville spent last weekend in Hampton grain undersigned Sheriff of Bradford [I nf Leon Rost nlierg ,,,1:1I: int! : ':
lost a also used the District's cultipack- .Count Florida has levied and against Virginia H llo ", :_ ,
the on and s
aboard plane upon a
corner II. O Simmons, hired by with Mr and Mrs Dan Johnson .00 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS:
the er to plant Pensatola Bahia for will sell at the South front door of 'known as Virginia H. Home, :a SO A A -
weather mission to scout I the council for the project will :: Co-woikers at the Florida the County Court lloii-e in Starke, 'i''the aggregate principal turn rf 51 JV5S
typhoon on Monday, September the November Mrs Johnson and permanent pastures.101"LL Bradford County }o'ord'on, October $476"iO with legal interest there n
'have it Colony
from the plane completed by :: Farm ::::!:, 19a<>, during the legal hours [ from the date of said d' ,'m.e. .,:.1!i
17 Life rafts '!j council\ meeting at a cost of I' Mrs Weeks discovered they were of sale and comm log at 1% costs of levy and sale in < 'd! : : .
were found several days later $75. relatives after getting acquaintedwith ', (clock noon on said day, at public'outcry satisfy said Final PC.,!r,'e "t.,1 1 e' ': $60 MONTHLY: : Y PAYMENTS $21.17
the Japan Sea between Japan LOVE the new Kster- to the highest and best This September 1.:. T'jtj: :;
in \V. H. Gnffin was re-elected each other at work recently. bidder fr cash. the following denliril j I1. I'. liKDDIMf.:
and Korea by Japanese fisht'ri i I Mr Mrs Hershel Parker brook |>urssie fountain pens ilpastil "' property situate in Brad- | .
chairman of the council at Tuesdays and -him 1ft 4.C ludfurd l" aa't. I'. .1 ,
man but neither survivors nor Friday .bades.Only $.;.18 at Bradford tmd County Florida, to-wt: ., FREE Estimate and Information
i meeting, following a roundup arrived in Hampton last __ 9 -i I i I"" i I.
has been Pegmning at the intersection of
of the plane :
wreckage I of 1935-; .">6 !business and swear- from Flint.J1ehoo where they County Telegraph. the :North line of 1li of :\1-:1. I.i..t"uur Tropcrtyith Me I
found. t Griffin have been living since last spring. of S..4tiiii lt>. Twp. 6 S., U. 2J
officials.
ing-in of new
In the Air Force since June i I I / Miss Martha Carol Lane of 1":., with theVst right; of way. Have BHUTS \hailing If The Price Store HIV: 7-; ::0! \M to
then appointed the following committees ..i line of t' S. highway|, | ; (-1 (1.. r.. Right
193.; Ellis was a graduate of : financial and taxation Lancaster S. Coo is visiting in In liriult, ( ....rl. llrailfuril. ('''u iiI'lorida '_, log Slit.' I 1.1 di>. ftniet1: HMate 5 ::30 Pl\I. Mon\ thru Fri.
In CliniMrrt.Ca
IVllston High School in Levering. ''Dennison. Hill and Home: rules I]I Hampton with Mr and Mrs ,-f> :\n. In-I-"rifjit ut'im ,: WALL REALTY a d Close Noon Sat.

He had planned to attend collt'gt'i and ordinances Crawford Dennison Marvin Faile and dJ.ughtl'rs.Iiss \\III.ini.K\VI": Plaintiff.. ts. )1.1I ot way 1 M4of 1:. .!. :'(01 f..r a m'iI-iTlmn: : ; BROKER: : ; 3
i.li;I : L I.l'VVIntf ndanfXIIH ,
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he completed military to Hamptonlast .. ili-t ti i' ?t Ml 7 ct: 1I.'n' IlI'1 i iVit
when I Lane made the trip Rot 40(5( Phone 487-J
and Hill; streets, sidewalksand j i i: 'In ult: :MI \ 11 .
i > f'-.t h:" "i r I.j ". t.
service lie has a brother Henry building, Crawford. Dennison week with the Fades when In The 'a..... Or Ihr "|atr elf ue., |'.'J.!I : i ..111'1", :' '1.)."4. : .,101-1 1i 33, N. Walnut Starke!
in Japan with U.S. Forces and aBister. ',land Home, sanitation Crawford. r they returned from a visit with liirnl.i: "!I., \ 1 t. 1 1..1: !: ..... : (mt
Too I. I.iwiImi
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Betty, a student nurse at 1' Hill and Horne, electric and fire ; his parents in Iincaster ire h'I"1.n"t :finl that Tu.t
Hacklev Hospital Muskegon' control, Crawford Dennison and I Miss Barbara Sue Baiksdale of in equity. for: li\or. o and 4 1--

MichHe. I Hill. Starke was a weekend guest in Inlil t"thof!. has DuiRlit been Larry filed I.\\i-against i mere N ..ulii NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300

had! often been a visitor lie-elected officials sworn in I Hampton with her cousin, Melody Aillip J.Hi" in the above Named -
I Court and eau-e. and you aye,
here in Hampton with his mater- were G. P. \Vadsworth mayor, May summoned <>rd
nal grandmother. Mrs. Meade. Charles R. Cox, marshal: A. c.1 Thursday night visitors at the file your written answer or d-
f.-n>-<"!, to the Complaint in 11, Icausr
KiiiM \\inkU'! May Dennison council andV.. H home of the J. W. Homes{ in
in Hioffo'e of the undm-i FINANCE CO. Inc.
At Hampton School Od. 31 i Maxwell clerk. D. H Crawford. i j Hampton were Mrs. R. C. Gray signed Clerk of said duiit. at STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
: Stuke." Florida on or li> fure tlioJJiiil
Van Winkle, a stage Jacksonville.
"Rip the other councilman reelectedlast ''and daughters of day of t" tIer l AIi., t'':.':. 21S W. University A\e
show will be presented in the month, was not present al WilUrd M Jones pastor of the and to sine a I'.p\ tlifr" of on Ilol Phone FR6-3333 PHONE: 333 or 13
Hampton School Auditorium onWednesday. the Christian Church and Ii, \'. Knight, pia III tiff al11orll"\. Gainesville, Flu.
meeting. Hampton .
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Oct. :31, at 2 p.m.. !school Omtestaiiis i I Mrs Jones attended the seventh ,7

:.(rs. Ola M Perkins. School \\iil iloltf, A\\artls I annual Florida Christian Conference -

principal announced this week. I Seventh and eighth grades of at the Fn-t rimst.in:

Admission for children of preschool I Hampton Elementary School have I I ClHIKll 111 Ctcat'.ttte! 1 fin Tllll'sdu -

and school will be 10/ I .
age closed a contest to secure subscriptions oi 1,1-\ 1\ .k
cents, she said and admission
to Town Journal and

for adults, 25; cents. Farm Journal, according to Mrs .o "Don't miss if, friends

Proceeds will be used fur the Ola M Pei kins, principal

benefit of the children in the
They have won a V -m..h world
school Sponsored !by the teachersat globe for the school and a small I

Hampton school the play has cash award for the school a.- enter Gulf's Life of Rileul

been given in several other school* I well as several individual aw aids ,

in this section of Florida recently. Percy Sullivan, Jr.. son of ill = OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH

Parents are urged to attend this and Mrs. Percy Sullivan of!

performance. Theressa, won first place, and Soil Conservation

)'1'\ M.-H- will receive a flash camera. Second N-E-W-S A Contest<< now,1,1,1I

Members of Hampton Elemental place was a tie between John : :

PTA met at the school auditorium Farkas and Jerry Hansen: and R}' Bill lUts (/ .

Tuesday afternoon, Oct. third place a tie between Jackie Soil Conservation Service .

2. Following the business meeting/ Pisano and Harry Loper. I. 4 .. WILLIAM BENDIX, star of"The Life of Riley" TV
The Board of Supeivisois" foi w'r e
refreshments were served in the The second requisition of! new t the Bradford Soil Conservation c '.: sg a1 l"::::a -. show...and your royal home Maria Serena Palacee
school lunchroom by :Mrs. M. L. textbooks h District met Thursday. Oct 4. at "
Packham Mis James Gnann and Perkins saui rid chidit in all! ((4 # -I II' : : :
LloYd Green's home and discussed x ;;j e 1't"t

!iiiobems: to te presented" to the I' ...u....../UY,_.

-. ...,...: t! \\' itet Resources Study Com mis- ; .M.I&r. '-=::

-1\' Hu It was at the annual meet- ; :. : =. .- -
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"ft .11 ; in Sebring in 1952 that the -=
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t4>4ik the job of acquainting ,.. .J rQ .....
,.01 legislators and the people with ,g ';.'A'' "'7..-,_-tr.1

OO' 01 nt many problems of water use : CYOua -.!. --:;: ',

GO 6. .i.,igemcnt that exist in our ------

.. State They presented these prob-

sae SUPER "'mID t the 1935 Florida Legisla- --GULrD.LER-.... n

,'sots f t s im vihuh created the Water Re-

otc tot t.ood. 1 't F u. s Study Commission to look wc
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A ..'O\e tot. J' O ," r Illl' matter further.
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SU rC \ r iJ \ i'ii'i, faun plans were prepared t

i : I II B. Southerland and C. Mark I,

r p..t Li'i! Southerland is going to use

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\P ST.RKARm..\ .
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtNEWS ampaign month for member',n - !
of the ,.. .
Clnult Court. V \ .
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Alleterans of past teat .n. By : Cro:>by, Deputy Clerk V theta I, .., ...'w..p
OF INTEREST TO COLORED .,. I !. are h..e..hn' )tI"o1' softe : 11. ot! the .. .hri: n .,
,. x 4- ; -1 f .. ', ,
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igible; to become members II \ x i' -: -.jx nd ''''.- said; ( ".pl.n: "Iii 1.. I.", '. d'
t Ii 1 ::n.,:..>r nM: confessed by 'ou.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mold. an honorable discharge Y"u 1
\110: 10 'PPI\l1 has been filed aaln-t you In the This, uoh'e Ioh.L11 Lc i .i
By Ozora J. Shell can become a member of l'.sl, dn In Irmli ....n... llrailfurd ('iiunty; ..It..,.,. named Court and cause andxou i .,.n. ". ra. I Ii; nr. Ii for f,. i I. rn i
::n I until October 31 for the.M. Florida: In ( kanrerv.. are required. to "'rxe a c"pv of : ceks In the Br.ldf"I,1 ,:'I' .r. '1. ,, -
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/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAUV AAVIAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAA nt. 1957; ; for only $5. After Ia! U" -- Ix x P .1. :" ,' (. XAl'n xnir a'i-.wt-or. pleailinK, to the : gr.iph I'I'j
i !i' : -.,,11- :I. I' i j.i" :: .1"-. .
.Marriage ,\IIIIIIUII..t'IIII'lItIIS M E ('Muth.! for the regular I t. ..
yon may join : .
.'.t-e X.>. '. <' 1'.I'r l \ I' II'': : I.: rrlt! .'h..rl" 1 1'-
Margaret Albert of Lm- Rev. and Mrs Shaw will attend For further information ("otr.iAdjutant :\.. ; In %pprnr ,' ,' I .... i. (o( ,I.., '. ':
i? 1' h..- .. \\h.-.. i d t. i I.1',01 II Ie ?: ,,: 'a 1r. i.e r',.'ei' I' yt! i.r: I Lt'I ,icily,, I'. ',, \ '
Brooks. '
mi i :. .1
diln City announces the recent the annual conference now I Haywood r i till"t n.' 1'i.Y .".ii : f : ,. r .. ''I ",- : .."
marriage of her daughter Mary ,:; in session at Live Oak where they mander "Ike" Kelly or Julius K.:'" 1 M .r..:; f

Lee White to Rev. R. L. Shaw' will leceive an appointment by al. We need your help J.JOINTODAY : i i-e' hereby notified that a suit -- -- -- -
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ot Jacksonville. Rev. Shaw is the Bishop Nichols on Sunday. After I
h., li.-n filed against you In the1ai. I I :
jMStui m St. Luke A M E. Church that. they will t* ;at home to their It.I.. F- IMA ,. r. Ry .r...0. T Iluggin' ...xe named Court and cause a'"I''ilil.ill II ALVAREZ STORE E'tabliChedhlti9l' lillThaI's ;; '

of Al.u-hua. and a graduate of fnents "somewhere in Florida. The regular meeting of : !h. ( ounty Agent 'x...tlr'iI are answer required or to pleading serve a .to".pxif the. I I Ig

Edward Water's College and Lee Best wishes and congratulationsto .
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RJE PTA was held on \Vedn. s.j J tf r rI'a.hlre plaint on n Plaintiff-: \ M-I
Theolngiial Seminary. The bride this family. .I"-| ..|.ih K. :-1.1'1"1'' :L'Jl: I", '! 4
I ISh..p day, Oct .1. with president Mal i inn to Till.- i IIiiiltLiit: Ja.k-,.. ,
Kcno\ation you can spend iniptoveI
is a beautician at Elnora's Beauty .\tll'lItill"11 1 rteran,: j' l Itd Pay. money
Lincoln City, and \'j'e-'flmmanll'r Dell in charge. Devotion was Thiri! \.t v ,:,:,t- !, H iul l ptoduction. Wet fields has slowed Flor.ila'and
In ana ; Aitoi'lmj' ; Dell. The j I file the original In the offof e
meiabi' Mt I A lul. t\ O 'ibi-i l>v IeP.oo."e'Clt groupi.t.s .it .t'1'Pi. |p.oiS' ti\c| the s.t.>U> [ down delivery in some sections. the Clerk of the Circuit Co'iit <.n. Our BusinessIf
!n. : I 01 rihg.ih/ i t spit\ ia addressed by Principal ..I.r" the 25! day ,.f 1 1, ',,' .i, Q s
have about teat! a piettv It is good at this time of year I
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and Rev. Washington, ; (p1n1n | 193J; otherwise the allegations of It's GlasA; We Have It !
ill'uuptcInS good titling in the fall u> good, I to place your order so you can jsaid Complaint will be takm aconfssed -
:,i.ivot. of Allen Chapel who do- for pastilleNV.v this tall practice | allow a little extra time for deli- by you. I CALL WHITE or VISIT
1 This notice shall he ; donce ) I
Muss pub.i"
to the PTA.
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concerns glass pasture that i .a'b'e..k for four con'i fitixeweeks
En1( : 1 Kennedy was elected reMiitfi very.Our in the Bradford Ciunt 'IV ir i Joe Peters Glass Co.
\ and will give further des is seeded to clover. Each plot I continuous rat killing program :,graph.

II 1 each year has consistently 1 given I has been encouraging. The i i '.1 t.t i th.s, :s! ; day "f .-< ;.' .
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F : Hi". plans for the next meet- ." .
increased yields of forage which number of people who come into i Ii! -> FOR ANY (,L\SS NEED
the next issue of thIlpn'i' M Official :Seal Charles A I'atli.'
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m means more grazing.On I Inquire about it and then the I Clerk of the ('11'1, 1'r" We nl'Si Modern: Store Fronts
''ow: I Ry Marian: L. Crosby Depirx :.
grass pasture alone.tenovatrnn this I good reports we get ate what :? -, 4' Just :Mail l's A Pattern for

Again practice is gqpd. but i makes it worth lemmding you _- I Table
I ) 1 Mis Sophia Royal and heiuiildiiigliter. I rats making \11"In: rio .ippntit Tops
early Killing is
should be done in the i again. '
Marsha Irrnit Court, llradfiird tiiunty.rinrliln 131J: N \\
Debbie In Nth PL Gainesville; Fla Phone Fit :2IXV1SANDERS
be to see us. '
spring. Good moisture must money Come : In ( linnrery.
..' nm-d l to Staike after a three .
have that now. I.\! Ann I'i." h. Plaint : x !
I 1 I I .'.'kvisit with relatives and in the soil.'e 1 TILE KlfiHT POINT for the ....11 11. It.l! k. IVfimlat.'
so might want to try some Case \ -
you
r'.i.. in Norfolk. Va and Phila- renovating. j way you write. Come in and se- ;.N nitre 'In 4"'a.

idi.l: She reports a delightful /jleit your favorite FSTKRKKUOR T.p..i! n,ii II.! Iii. K. v r REPAIRSsj
and .1uy' Catalpa Trees? 01.11'! ami aililns!! i J- vAil
'.ulh her children many Fountain Ten. TF.LF.fiRAl'H.i .
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the finest miMi. 11 i,
of Catalpa makes one of
mother
the
a: She is xx el l ".
'. iMhel Baptist Church and : fence' posts you can put into i I t..l..r! ;. r--o. YOIare hereby notiflid: r a
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Fine because it I lastsso t \i i. i'OK inn I Ii 1 suit for divorceas yW r I air/
i wild! member.. \Ve know thaV1'men's the ground. S.Mli I l.llls,, roll|1| I... |ii'. rLtiii: l.VHit been filed against you In trt
\ Day will be a com- ; long. is light and easy to 1 'It>" 1'..UIK il ..f HT.. I're ...f': above named Court and ,'a. *. and
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holds staples firmly butt SlaiK.11 th fitHall in :Sink'1 i irKI ;jou are required to serve a. .' ?'
.. Mother Royal handle ,
1 with .
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.w'I'ess .la. until 7.r.n i.'i J..1. PM onTiir your answer pleading/ !i.
n K! on the job. ; the same time. because of I| ,dasIli.,- Kth ilax.f O. tulier) I i plaint on the Plaintiffs A" .' ,
the wood texture. releases staples 'Al I..'.';. at xxhuh tim- ami pill la> .> ,i Uiiliain! I' MoiK.in '
iUlm.ul 3-r Bisiiup MeDougald hulrritixfil' rill l I..> IHlltlkh" | ruililinn Jai ksoiixille! Iand i
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mc- easily for moving wire. '.|>..n..oJ soil ivail aloud tin tinf..l- file the original In the o". H "..rthe !6!

sun \Duugald ; before tbe
For the sale of l4fi Tmliir i
\\onl I that he graduated on Oct. now is the time to gather the I,I Ford SVilan. Grid one< ar ran )I". .-....n ;i i 2J! day .of Octol.fr. I'.".': ,
Air Fon-t long seed pods so you will have | thf NVxxComity Jail.Said :otherxvt.se the allegations nf :srd t
the : I WE
from I. CONTRACT
honors FOR
d 8 :J with hitright to ,,:Complaint will\ be taken m- im.Ifes.sed .
f1.\pf From city rrsrrxt-s
.a: '1'1 .11111111; :School:: at F. K. Warren !seeds for spring planting. [. .n ...in '.1' r.jr' I any fir all I>MMTY -. I oy you.

Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wy seed to first good fence post wil"take !< oK. T.HKJnMIIII': i I This...arb'e..k notice shall for four be pul.IMirdonce !.iitiveweeks ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
of about 10 years. When you iy| i '.,il 1 .I..lm, CilCll'rk.. consn
( He is a 19V graduate: in the IVadford County Tele-
I11 oming. I 10 ;5 I'l! 1ft I IL'! ,
+ I ,.r captain ofjRJF. cut the first one several sproutup raph. BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
the former
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the old to t gi't'you 1//11C Iii ti'i'ititIn
cheers for from stump REPAIRS REMODELING) : JAI.OtSIE POUCHES
: Tigers. Thiee Clrrull Court, llrndforil County, (OFFICIALSEAL) Charles A. Darbj ;
whlha"e more post in about six years Clerk of the Circuit ('turfv
Bishop. Other Starke airmen : l'l..riilnt In < hnnrrry.ilttit and test wishes Set 6x6 will give you 1210:! i Citrudho'k'Xri.iintiff, Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk FREE ESTIMATES -
sent regards ,llcury, t"ctr K"-kt.\ 1..f..I.1 I ? i1 i 4t 10 iso ::
I believe I remember
are Mate Rogers, son of Mr. trees per acre. rasix>,. I fire Bennie tree in front of Molyai's. > i'h'c TO .ti'i'iMii W. L.
a ;\ Tpprnr
;,. an.1Irs.: Brooks, and Another is down in the ToHi: 111''I''!' Kii.,Ki-x. xili.-. .> ID Circuit <'<>url, llrailf.iril ('''UII'-, THIGPEN JR.
of Mi and :Mis. Theodore .. ,,,, .. I'liiriil.i: In ( hamerr.M .
Moms son ""--..I. .4111,1! .Hliii 1 :J: J I'u.i: iVisu .
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lie field of H. H. Hamilton who.se n .lain i 1 I'.run.r' I'i. ''i'.i. \
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Morris. .
A I \itlin !1' Ii.n i- I.! f.lI. i-
k out from awtey. {, You are hereby notified Tiati .
} I'mii-rul Sort ices II i ii place is suit for di'urceI .1-. \ i : i 11 i. Route 2, Box 243-D
/ !Ii tree is worth looking for. i ,.tide Ti tpprar ,
service forVilli( catalpa been filed against you In tbe I
Funeral .. .
MODEL i T) \.l. )I'.. ', ..f \\ '! !
A i Thomas will be held at Allen Cha- Bradford Fair NormA i'I I bore are named required Court to serve and cause a copy andlyou. of rr it..:M" .1-:,! .ulilf. i i ; : '. .,

pelon sunday. Oct. II at 2 p. m. good livestock and poultry your answer or pleating! to the

i l Funeral Dnec- | show is shaping up for the I fair ,; complaint! on HIP Plaintiff*
Hughes-Chestnut '.
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# I Att'.nuy Al.in r \Vmt.-r Tr. 11Kluriil.i
j Willie is the son i i'of which starts Oct. 22. : J.., 1"1- "HANDY
i tors in charge. I I ( Title Building :
Big FJl-Width Freezer and Chiller'Three : j jI ,' Mrs. D. Thomas and died inNew There are going to be some rillFlorida! BOTTLED
i and file the original In the office of GAS SERVICE S E
extend oui j, exhibit;:. I
I Mini-Cube Ice Trays I York City. We I Idl.epest good adult and youth the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I FLAME"
sympathy to the family three of the latest entries before the
Among L'S il.ix of. ,iMoL.-r. I:'-.';
Three Full-Width Refrigerator Sf!: I I in behalf of the members friend I.I.I will include a purebred Angus IIlh..rwi"l! the allegations of .xald COMPLETE BOTTLED GAS SERVICE FOR
Allen Chapel of Complaint will be taken as confessed
I and official family of heifer by Lynn White, a pair

2 Roomy Vegetable Drawers ; :\LIi.E. Church Rev. R J. Wash- purebred Tamworth hogs by Buddy This l>y you.notice! shall fee published COMMERCIAL -- HOME OR FARM USESEE

ington.pastor. Jones. and two fine young I 0"1''' each week for four consecutive '
eckttIn the Bradford County Tele'Igraph.
Butter Compartment, Egg Rack Cnnrtcrj Lots beef bulls by Bryant Reddish. .
to Premiums ,1. of :.. .' .' US BEFORE YOU BUY
Persons who have pledged j \\' want your entries. I lnt.il tins; 21 l < \ )
3 Removable and Adjustable Dc-or She! j lots and those Please notify Joe I OKKICIAL. SKAI. Charles A. Darb-> DIXIE GAS
pay for cemetery I are good. Clerk of the Circuit Court RANGE AS LOW AS $89.95
who wish to purchase lots for Wood or Paul Hutchins. ag teachers ly Marian L. Cro. bY. Deputy fifjv \.
I ,. .
!9 I I' 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW
office. AS
f.nmlv om ial are asked to con- or leave word at our _. $89.95

Dan Thoirjis or any other: of Two Items I APPLIANCES OF
1:11: t Reminder Miri( i-: '! II \IMT.\U ALL KINDS

v cpr| i-sentative of the cemetery If your cropland or your pastine i ID Circuit ('cart. Bradford Cuonty
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niumittee and make those pay needs lime, that is the blends riorlil.i : In .f lianrrrt.I IH .
I : i I'> in II in'i-. I'l.nniif: % HARRY C ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY
It i ifi'iii .
Mils as soon as possible. '. Hail "-, IK tfiulant ,
TOP QUALITYLOW make Case N" !I"nitre -
to
\ Christian duty pre-\\ I T.. Apixnri 21S Temple Ave Phone it!:\
PRICE ;i'm Ilion for your family fi and neighbors who participated i ..: t. c. Hani-. wh.-e. !.
i \ man who lives must surely jiic j and shared with us during ai .il ail.lt. -s i I- :-77: i:. i'Y.ret : .' d! Lowest Prices Easiest Term*
Flint .I 'ii igin.,
davHtiicfl '! last week. tha' %
--" .some our union meeting | You are b r-oy notinef
( I).utce at K.I.. F.:: !; Janie Mitchell was the winner I :mil! f"i .1.\ i > i ruiii: '- .,ilx .i' 1 1I 1i
HOME Mis
1"II..i 1 ,.1 :i..11., .r i bud
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OFo The Social Saving: Club. Mrs of the contest reporting 531: i I I has been filed Against you In I the

president. will have contest was Court and cause amiI
Ktn.Young! 2fi. Total raised in above named ,
dance on Friday 'I you are required to 11"a copyfur of '
benefit i reporting I'
first contestants
( $1125:! Other I answer or pleading to the complaint -
ii' 19,9to12p! m. at R. J. E wee: Mrs. Ruth SandI" ';. ( on the Plaintiffs AttorneyKieil

Last the club jpicsintej j .lame Frazier liutl.: ] -I I"1 liatiutt: r..nkI
year
I It'! lit 1l1m. Townsend.
Ella M. I l'u.1 a set of swings to thehonl and Elizabeth Wright. The total and file the original In the office! of TAKING A BIG

M' but they were not strong j oilmen and publuofferings th* Clerk of the Circuit Court on .or.
b.foiftin., U.n of iitobrr) 19; >>:
r. t enough:; so we decided to put on a i, was $215. The next union will bheld <> i otherwise. the-- allegations of said

bigger affair so they could raise ',;, at Philadelphia Baptist IComplaint will be taken as confessed BITE1

moie money and do bigger and Waldo. A special appealis by you. be published
We Service We Sell Chinch, This notice shall
Everything better things for the school and ) being made by the clerk of the lonre eah week for four consecutive
( County'Telegraph.
week In the Bradford
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for I Mitchell
consider a "teen-age project" (hurch. Deacon Vasco .

recreation this year. You will help I that all officers be present at .it.-d thiit* day <>t ?; "!111.. 'S>(|1-

G. J. M'GRIFF us by attending this dance. Ad- church Sunday as business of vital !, (OFFICIAL SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A. DarlClerk Court,

I Imission: adults $1 students 50c I importance must be transacted By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
!
Clara Cohen, reporter. I' in the interest of the opt'ra"tion 9.1: 4t lO/l

GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Church NVxis I' of the church. Sister JameMitchell. I{ III The C oua'y Jud,...'.. Court. Of
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. Rev. llradfitrd ('oanty. rlnrida.IX IoODi
leporter
dmraJ. Letsch also j
of
Starke, Florida 'O. B. Bur man. pastor officers New Bethel Baptist ChUl''h.Rev. I I TF'kn":wn Kstate as C. I.et-h, Peteased.lrr /

and members wish to thank all oft A. Vinson pastor held red < Of iBlentiun To Apply For

iI I lar services all day Sunday. At TO Final ALL WHOM DiM-harite IT: M.\Y COXCEHNXoti.e -

3 p. m. the Gospel Echoes rendered i is hereby given that Ihave
under the auspicl'S filed my final report as the / ,
a program admmstrator of the estate of Conrad ,
of the October Club Deacon i I LetM.'h. deceased; that I havefiled /

Julius Royal captain. On Sundaynight i my petition for final discharge
and that I will apply to
I the Lord's Supper was administered i the honorable Theron A. Yawn.

i by the pastor. Theguest : County Judge of Bradford County
r Florida at his office in the Count
for the day war '' 117fr'kk ,
minister I Court House in Starke, Florida on
I Rev. Willis of Archer who i isMissionary the .Trd day of October l!':iS; at 10o'c"ck 1

for the Mt. Sinia MB. al' !the same A.M. can or as be soon heard thereafter for the \ \ i / / /

Association. We are delighted tchave approval of the same and for final \
of the
the mother of our chuicbhome. 1 discharge i tate of Conrad as administrator f.et ch. deceased.

Sister Sophia Royal. Services e This ISth day of September ISiS.M .

will be held on this Sundayand : I.\dministrati.r{I HAltKKI.Ui of the estate of

all parents ate asked to bring 1'i I Conrad Let.sih. deceased "

their hildren to Sunday Schoolmen's 9 :1 4t 10 II / II +,
1 I I / II
will beheld
Day program JudcrN four(. In / I -
31. Plan I[ In lie County
Oct. .
I Sunday.
on onntybrida
and Tor llradfiird C / '
now to attend.. Joan Jenkins In I'n.bale. +I I I.
.fs : I. Cx -
I IN UK: Ti! Kstate: of ? : ,
i eporter.Allen I i II f
I IH.a s -dMH
1 ; Chapel A. LE. Churchheld HI: OK iii I\t PI'IIIIO: 1 r
FINU. in*('n \u(.i. t>r s 1
I services all day Sunday run tlMlMslt\TIII\ (

I Washington administered th.1.o11"s < I X..U..c I is hereby given that T hix.Ifil : .- : 'r't
t
Monday I final returns a- Ailminlistratnx :
Supper at 7SO; On : l my
of the Estate "f S. IICrews >. i
I night at a special meeting I I i deceasedThat I hax-e filed :

of the official board, he gave t afarewell i mv Petition for distribution and for Vv
II : final discharge and that on the 2S:
II statement and was given I day nf October 1',6., I will apply

I a donation by the officers of thechurch. to "the Honorable Theron A. Yawn.
Reand County Judge of Bradford County.Florida .
We wish for for approval of said finalr'turnl'

I Mre. Washington a very success- and for order of distribution
final discharge as Admin
I Ir mi conference. istratrix lion of the Estate of S. LCrewI'

Give Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church. Rev deceased.
; ; carS
your E. L Walker pastor. held servues This, the 20 day of September, .

Sunday in a farewell man 19SS.(S> Murli M. Crew 1 1I

On his I I AdMimiMratrix of the Estate Of
night
also. Monday
nei
j jIt S L. Crew, decra '>-d.j .
r to 10 extra horsepower congregation Appreciation and Program friends at gave which ar j, 9. :2S 4t 10.'.,


time greetings and gifts were I NOTICK '1"0PPF.U\

It I presented on the eve of their departure !I.n Kliiririit< unit: In Court.(.hanrrry.iSxixia Bradford. ("oa." Fore I\\ilclfires arc eating too much of

with Shell X-IOO Motor Oil Premium for annual conference.Legion I I'. Murray. PI i.: Ifr., vs.

|r. ."-i- R Mm rax. Ii.nf.h4 .. !
I ; Auxiliary' MetThe -<. X ,. 1"151iiH.e the, wealth of this t"Jl1ll1unilForest

: 1 Auxiliary to Post 314 met I.;\ Tnp".ar: .
! Shell's new muhi-range motor oil-unlike ordinarymotor T. :. ... >;r 1. "'rrl': '-. odicrss! -
at RJE on Sunday with PresidenlPmlml' ..I.tI. .. 'i.i ail'lr.\ ... ('n..r,"" II.
oils-flows freely eenhen your engine's I IcolJ. Marshall presiding Aneoial You are hereby notified that asuit protection means permanent prosperity(

You gain the S to 10 horsepower )our engine *;: membership driv is on fo' : for divorce in tbeabove
has been filed against yn!s
wastes just pushing ordinary oils arounJ. And X-100 i t the month of October. Calling allenue named Court and cause and olvour from. I he forests.t
are required to serve a copy
men's and mothers you
wives
Motor Oil Premium against acid action-the i answer or pleading to theimplant
protects We need your help. Join today on the Plaintiffs Attorney .
of See Shell'/ Dealer I H C INliixxm P. O Box 101..t .
major cause engine wear.
your :Membership fee is $1-75; per yeaiMs .
i'ia.1:I. -- .11 Fl..r.laand VOTE FOR COUNTYWIDE FIRE
, today for the finest protection your engine can have. I : Corean McXeil. reporter. file the original" In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
f"ount Fair Oit. 22MI
r > or befare the PROTECTION ON NOVEMBER 6Thi
I Schools. PTA groups. Hobbrlb \ 2' d..' of IK-- .I.t-r r-V

JOHN A. TORODE JOBBER s and other community otherwise the will aUt'gatlons'be taken as confessed sal4ComplaInt

rroups are invited to display articles by you.ThIs .

Phone Si :Madison and Cherry Sir such as quilts handwork. once each notice week shall for four be consecutive published space sponsored as a public service by Bradford Farm Bureau, Bradford Cattle.

Starke l'Ioridl' I -'':iris or canned goods, ribbons week- In the BRADFORD COUNTY men's Association, and Bradford Soil Supervisors.

vil:! he awarded C..1.h;: prize for TELEGRAPH.t! i. \ f ,.-... ...

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:Mass at 9.15 a m. JROOKERI'.y ( HIGHLAND I .-. j f fI I

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Holy day masses 6.30: a. m. anag'30

( a. m.children's. -t.:'': .' c' ,

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Catechism Class; each Mi.: : an.l It". Floui :N'i IU.ifl.
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Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. .' .,r..i! :Mr and Mis. Charlc.Moscly.! : ; .

he)tone HeightsAt < Sevei.t. :;":.. here! .i'.tcr.iicil.! the
tyiura gunje&smotirlierein Propose Garbage Fee all of Jacksonville and! :Mr. and

Church Presbyterian Church I ( St. William's Chapel .\ ills, lu-sion "I I g,1I b.igtdis- biiii.il t snuwt-r foi! Mis Vaughn Mrs. Vaughn Prescott of Law "y
IMelhodist . .
( Follow Iliway 21 south to StVilliam's -- -- -- held at the Pi.'Mott at the home of Mis
pnsal .n Brook"1.s were Sunday guests 01 the L1:

i' da!; :. 9 4<'> SunIl.S.. hll". Fniiir. Aiimt ( 'n"" p'.i.' tire. j Sign.) \\ the summer \\ancs in,. .tke' >!,,'.\ :: iit-: be ,:i ;i",:>.- and pir t City Council meeting last Thurs- ,I I :Milo Smith in Law tev 1 Normans.

Worship "Why D<, "p j inSunday Sunday Mass 8 a. lI". I i Autumn and I lie stricken MittIpain. I I them away He then sowed III 1 day: night. It was stated that due :| Mr. and :Mrs. :M. L. Thompson!
1 1Iormng! : i The picture and Moiy ;about
\....,. .Suffer." sixth in a series ol School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. I 1 IIlt'llitahand talk n itt I in rye after he raked! it good. Snow I to a drastic drop in funds from of Jacksonville and :Mrs R. C
,--
Aunt 'rancesOI'n1. listweeks
.s, 'vins from the gospel of John; Worship. "How to Measure Confessions before all Masses. I IjlII.UI (iml. my garden is getting green I cigarette tax and road tax received -| Griff of Lawtey visited the Lacey 1:1:

for :M. Y.,, with a clover crop for winter. ][ from the county. the i Telegraph tau .* t us ail :a
time I Fellowships !-
in lecreation Your Life. 11 a. m. Youth ., Normans Sunday afternoonThe
ji We thought of Jesus as wt still have to the sweet be able to good lesson. To think tli.it God
"dme-a-mite" fot ( dig potatoes Council will no longer
F 6.15: p.m. | 6:30: p. m. EveningVor- i walked revival closed last Satur- I'
along. and I have chard and I garbageI spares one all these
swiss to pipck up manyear>
\1! Y F.; 6:45: : p.m.Iethodlst: ship Tears Shall Pass Away. BAl'TIVT CHURCH I pay a man I day with a good attendance every'
7:30, evening Not understanding grief 01 lettuce in two short rows. I sold I once a week as he is now doing must prove that she obeyed ht'-
\.uth. Fellowship; : 7:30: p. m.Wednesday. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning i night during the week. I Illro
of church at- circumstance.We over SlOO worth of vegetables to 1 It was suggested that a petition parents because the Good Book
The men I II I'
wnisnip; Service. Paul McCulhan
Gainesville
Prayer 11 of |
Worship a. m. Training -
the Laymen's Conference felt bewildered. out of heart the cafe and trailer house people.. be drawn up to get each resident J says they will I live long upon this

i.-mlmg Youth Camp inL..e :Special: film. "The Christian and I Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening \'ur-I and hope; Sold them cheap so they were. within the city limits to pay Sl.lO I filled the pulpit here at'i land. I have heard Aunt Frances
.v :he :Methodist Gieen ship. 7::30 m. Rev.V.. both -services last Sunday. Bro. j
:Money Heibeit piesiding. p. tell this
of the happy and so was I. I saved the month for this service. same story
will be in charge This universe seemed just a per
->burg 7:30 Collins 81. pastor. ) Lawson of Startke will preach.for ,
: p. IU.Thursday I in a special bank account I
sei', i ie and will report to the sad mischance. money ('arn \al I'Uns j us next
Sunday
of the Junior Choir practice 1 lit is for emergency. I morning and MW: HI\ tt: ; U.M.I
omgregation the highlights KI.VGSLEV I.I'EnSSIOXltl' With Halloween less than three i j night. i
inference.. The eight men attending 3:30: p. m. :Men of the Church Unrecognized, the Saviour join- lIIuFFL: HINTS: ahead for the annual;' The annual meeting 01 the New
t. weeks plans
BAPTISTSunday Mr. and -Mrs. L. :M.
j
7 Norman Mr
meeting m.
Hillendahl Drew supper p. ed us then: I broom have been I River Association
were Lou To hang up a mop or ITA-sponsored Carnival W.II'1':
School 9:45: a.m. Morning and Mrs. Earl
Padgett and Theodore
Reddish. Dr. Bobby :Mullins. Ray I Uuraveled things unseen new that does not have a ring drilla set in motion. A fruit cake, -, convene at the Brooket Baptist
Worship 11. a.m. :Norman
Evening1Service
Gouiwire, Ovid Lewis, Charles At The TabernacleThe ,:30 courage lent; hole through the end of the baked by none other than Aunt were in Green Covt I, Church on Friday. Oct lit.! at !I.I: o
: p.m. Prayer Meeting ; on business last TharsdavBill
out of death
James. :M. V.'. Lance and Claude each 7:30 Eternal love shone handle ansi! insert a snap shower Rosa Pinholster. a blanket, and ]I a m. Mrs. Win. B. Thirdwe:! wil'

Bradford. account of the last jour- Wednesday p.m. Everyone -: and pain: I curtain ring. Sometimes I put a a bride doll are among the articles -; Pendarvis and Ellen Norman teach "Aims for Advancement.:
welcome. Rev. H.
ney of the five young missionariesin H. Mott, "Abide with us the day is; hole and tie. at the Junior Boys and Girls and
Everyone is cordially invited heavy string in the > that will be given away ; I 01 fl't'l'Sill be installed AllWMU
Ecuador who slain by the pastor. i far spent!" I Sunday: School Class
neie now teachers
to) the services of the church.I.AYMA.VS Snap loose snaps together:;: on apiece this event. They are now on dis- j fo- : members are uiged to attend :

savage Auca Indians, was vividly I Wilhemina Stephen I of cheese cloth. Then you play in local stores. A chicken' the pact year. gave their classes

: n.ooET presented in sounj pictures by IIAM1TOV can keep track of them. IusI' supper will be served at The and :
The last of summer were I
days
:Miss Phyllis Martin in the Gospel CHRISTIAN rumen I mix cake. I
Crocker white the (
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KOK HE1LBKOXX: : CUUH'IIThe hot here and dry. I was at Jiom* Betty 35c per plate during 'arnival.l
Tabernacle Annex last Friday Christian Endeavor Friday. .::30 terrible use the two yolks to make a filling The colorful parade will
in bed with such a NOTICEALL
Heilbronn :Missionary Baptist pain.
will observe Lay night. i jp. m. Bible Study Wednesday. I pain in my left leg. It was I to put between the layers chaige of :Mrs. E. A. Gamey andMrs. I
Church
The Sunday morning messagewas 7:30: p. m. Sunday Morning Worship I understand.is Add sugar flour butter and milk. Guy Harrell. Prizes will be :
11 sciatica which as WATCHES
Day on Sunday: Oct. i LEFT AT Ol'K
fliafl S brought by: Rev. W. :-:. Mc 11 a. m. EveningVorship, I I Cook in at double boiler. awarded for the best costumes.Mrs. STORE FOR

when a number of lay memberswill Lean a retired minister who 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m.1' neuralgia of the sciatic and nerve.I also Just had a little over half bush- : Hazel Harrell will have ONE YEAR WILL HE SOLD FOR REPAIR
I flu
in the 11 a. m. had had the virus
participate The pastor. ReS.. F. with :Mrs. McLean is spending the W. :M. Jones, :Minister. an ulcerated tooth. The Doctor II ed ofpeaches on the peach treeI charge of the Fish Pond; J. W. 'j CHARGES

service. I winter in Keystone Heights. 1- could have raised from the seed. I had ten Kelley\ the Milk Bottle Booth:
Beard extends a cordial invitation told, me either one I WILLIAMS JEWELRY
I NEW RIVER quarts of peaches when they are Mrs. Cheshier andI1's.: Mattie I
to the public to attend this, Sunday night a representativeof been the cause. We had been having -
the Oceanside Mission of St BAPTIST CHURCH j! funerals and I just I canned. They are so sweet good Ellis. the Country Store; Mrs. !! '
and every service of the church: I so many I : 156 E. Call SI' Starke
Ko.t'ltiesIrs. Fla.
J Augustine was present and told Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship -, kept on working until I screamed' | and freestones. i LocaVhitten.. ; : SEE OUR MANY: BARGAINS; IN ,

HKII.BKOVN: : 1I, I\\ln': interestingly of this new mission j Hour 11 a. m. Evening Serv- : in p'ain. But as I lay alone here in I Before I grew ill I had dug Guy Harrell :Mrs. Ned Hicks I

IUITIST airitni work. Fred Reed of Toronto and ice, 7 p. m. Prayer :Meeting each; bed it gave me time to pray ''our Irish potatoes and put them :Mrs. William Dukes :Mrs. Betty I New and Used Watches '

.siiihluy !School 10 a. m. :Morn- Keystone Heights was soloist at Wednesday. ..:30 p. m. Everyone' and think. I really talked aloud to j in the cold room. I have the Gainey. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards ,' ALSO) HEArTY BRIGHT; 1 1S73:J DIAMONDS) :
to stand Mrs.
and dried ready the hot dog : J
both services. welcome. -L. L. Parker pastor. God. I firmly believe every afflic- onions pulled\
ins Worship. 11 a. m. EveningVoiahip of sauer \\'. C. Stalnaker
I I tion we have is for a purpose and store. I made 12 quarts Roy Green. Mrs. I

\ 7:30: p. m. Training St. Mark's Episcopali I CHURCH Ot CHRIST draws us closer to our God. Every kraut. and six gallons of crisp and Mrs. W. S. Suggs will have -

I'num ( Sundaysi. 6:30: p. m. Mid- i< E. MacBlainj C. L O\erturf Jr.. :Minister trouble evensorrow. brings us I[ sweet chunk pickles. I made 12 charge of the give-away items i ifojj =: iiiiIiiiiiiii'f : :
: Raymond
\Veek Prayer MeetingVednes cucumbei over-all chairman I ITCH <
i Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. closer and I now have a different quarts of dill pickles. :Mrs. J. C. Harrell is -
7:30; : IteS. F
l.ivs.
: p. in. and butter the dateis
1 Services at St. Marks EpiscopalI Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- feeling\ about suffering and sorrow. -j relish. and bread of the Carnival and !f :Xo
B. al d. pastor. j jelly will also'fc matter lioxv seiere sour athletic's foot infection .\TIILF.TI'OI.ITnltFOT ,
Also made apple set for Oct. 27. There
I Church will be as follows: ning Worship 7:30 p. m. For after all. every day on ;i pickle. ,

i Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church I Bble: Study 7:30 this earth for us is numt red. I jam preserves and have the a cake walk with Bill Bigham nil! ghe jou (M K'K RKI.IKF: from itchy ,

:XOKTII SIDK Wednesday I food lined for winter. Don in charge. I cracked and scalded feet.IS I
.School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. had not been down stairs for a- up
KAITIST (IIIIUII p.:.m. I :
j Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: ; bout ten days when we had a : bought me a new electric churn.I II. I). ('lul> Meeting I :NOT a fire-hall solution l<> set our feet on firs i
Sunday School 10 a. m. :MornIng Radio "Old Paths"each sinceI
p.m. Y. P. S. L. I program. funeral here at the :Mortuary. I have churned butter ever The Brooker Home Demonstration IT :NOT a ni *.sj- grease or a disagrcajile/ \ powder. HIT I
Worship 11 a. m. Training j i Sunday 9 a. m. Station Nebraska. It is so good
Union. 6:30: p. m. EveningVor- .Wednesday: 7:zv: p.m. Litany They ask me to sing a solo. I I came to distinctive flavor. fai Club met in the civic centei t .\TIII.ETI: .() ..- -('HE-FOOT is a ('001.1\: (;. ITXKTUATIMi.:: : j

hip. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting :''and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir IWD"H. hobbled down the stairs heart with I different and has a from the creamery but- last week to eleet new officers t SOOTIIIMi SO.UTION that STOPS the itch dries instantly j
With all
much misery. my elected
Practice. 'for the Those were:
Wednesday, 7::30 p. m. Everyone 1. CHURCH OF GOD i iSunday "Abide With ter or oleo. We both enjoy it year. j and Irates a protect\*', medicated film it /goes to work
Communion and soul I sang. T. W. : I
Holy : 1st Sunday, : :Mrs. Ialkey. president
welcome. E. C. Harvey pastor School) 10 a. m. Morning killing fungus at .
:Me." Yes. fast falls the even with bread I bake. i once a ft'walplication. %%ill ito the trick. =
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. m. I :Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins. vice president -I
Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday! Don had the virus flu too and ATHLKTISOL-IT-CHK-FOOT: !
Lord KIT i Is 'Olllplttt'itb
'awaits eyeryone. tide. "The daikness deepens. : :Mrs. W. T. Blair secretary-i i ( strpbystepinstructions

Evening Sen'ice.15: p. m. YPE1 with me abide." In a little while a cannot seem to shake off the treasurer: :Mrs. Tim Rogers reporter -, : for treatment and prevention of athlete's foot infections ,

Service Wednesday. 7:43: p. m. Presbyterian neighbor and per- cough./: Digger is getting grey. and Edwards I Sold MONEY: : ;
I EVERGREEN : and :Mrs. Lottie on a HACK GUARANTEE: : : to
I Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45: p. rn.1 j another neighbor are comingover Don had to take him walking t
i BAPTIST CHURCH I I LAWirY :haps I ill'it first Diggerdid : Sunshine Chairman. Pin-up lamps II | S ht' joii relief or refund your money. Send S2.oo today with ,
while was
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- I H, to say a prayer for and withmt" ,I started at the last meeting. were jour (print) name anti address for complete KIT. prepaid ;
want to
School 10 a. m. Morn-1: not go. I
\ling 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Sunday completed after the business ses
I here are turning .I or send no money and >ou pay the (Postman plus IN.tal chargesNAI.L
Service The leaves | I
YPE have teen
m. Preachingp.: m. Prayer ing Worship, 11 a. m. However since I up. sion. :Miss Dorothy Ross. HDC
would love to see my I : LABORATORIES; I'. (). Box 7117 .lacksomillc
| I have cooked and yellow. I ; 10. Ha.
7:30 m. this week.
I
!' Saturday, : p. director out recipes for the
Meeting Wednesday: 7:30: m. II gave ,
p. little ... .
I I ,ivashed and ironed. I made a dress I woods in Indiana with the |: members to try at home and re ,: ---'------"----------.---,.eru .:.

,. ........YT9..!....,' j for granddaughter and cleaned house in the shelter of the towering \ .
\\ ..\MISSIOXAKY: : : | ... my poit on at the next meeting ,- : = : '
'. the house. It is difficult for me trees. The sweet gum trees --- -- >-. ,, -- _: :::-
BAITIST CH'I ClI I BRIDGE color this The Sunbeam Band of the
LONG to use the dust mop or use my are always a riot of I
nl'OokprIU: met at the church
10 a m. Sunday Scnooi, 11 a.m.j i RIVERMrs. back too much so I crawled on time of year.I .
; AND NEW afternoon with :Mrs 11
Saturday
preaching. 6:15: BTU. 6:43; pray- i my hands and knees to dust thefloors think"of Clay Hill School as I ,

7 the kitchen I last saw it. I am so glad for all C. Douglas andIrs: Howaid TV
o'clock and
!j i er service song services E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA wipe up Those Norton leaders After the program I ServiceAll
floor. I cleaned all six rooms and the nice improvements.
handwolk was enjoyed. i
CIIKJSTIAX: ciiruciiRev. the sun porch. Don mopped the children who came to school to
I \ The L. L. Hardees were luncheon -
: of bath room. While I was in bed. me may not have things as easy.

CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON! J. t:. .MieruomI Pastor Mr. and Mi s. A. R. Kendrick week Don took good care of me. lie but we were happy. we learned guests of the W. E Big-

about this question Bible School P:43: a. m. Morning Columbus. Ga. spent S.-hofield.last On | cooked went for the mail even [, and the schoolhouse was nice hams last Sunday.Mr. .

Worship, 11 a. :n. Youth with Mis. Annie all went on a fish- did the washing and waited on and clean\ It was war time. and ( and :Mrs. Ralph Nettles Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates

I'm Mire our Household Fire Church 6:30: p. m. All young Tuesday they me. I believe he enjoyed it. I we often did not have suppliesas I were in Jacksonville Tuesday foi ;'
to Salt Springs.Mr. Fully Equipped
people invited. ing trip could hear him talking to the needed. I could always pray :Mr. Nettle's: check-up with the --- DependableAll

In urance doesn't begin to.! an, Mrs. James Lavendei dishes as he washed them. and I for them doctor. I Makes and Models
Bill Banks:
:Mrs.
BETHEL anlllr.. and could not help but lau h. Ha" God bless them all and each Sarah: Carleton is spending
,
rover the cost of the new BAPTIST CHURCH visited Gold Head Park Sunda% I hired a man for a dollar an I| ..f you who read this. few days with her sister, :Mrs

Sunday: School 10 a. m. Preaching afternoon. : hour to clear off mv garden and LOVE LURA Wilbur Addison, in Gainesville.Mrs. CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
furniture got last Christ- and Maikaler
we services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Mis. Ida Moody I
: .
Theo last weekin
Dyal spent
I Moody' visited BUd Moody who i ia ; tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHome
a' service 7:30 m.Rev.
mas. Now we have added Song p. in the Lake City Vet 4 ; Jacksonville! with Mr and :Mrs Radio Seat Covers Upholstering-
patient .4
I R. L. Lee pastor. last Sunday.Mr. Demonstration 31! Harold Sorrells and baby daugh Phone 2:59:
II erans Hospital Starke Fla.
$2.10: ;) Tet.. Can our fire ter.
I HIGHWAY (11.\1'U. and :Mrs. O. E. Crosby I

insurance be increased to full I' Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Church and Mr. and( Mrs. :Sherman: Crosby ( Notes 5 5J Jean Tillis of Gainesville OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
tl the weekend of the J II
Farm were Sur guest
of the State
services, 11 a. m.: Evangelistic byDOROTHY -

value without waiting for renewal services 7:30 p. m.; Thursday day dinner guests of :Mrs. Lacy ) S. yHf ROSS Sullivan family. "--- >o_'_. :I-r1, __- __ : >4 ...-_ -:::,::: ?-
Johns. J < Seaman Charles Kelly of San
young people's meeting, 7:30 p.
tirneCharley? Charlie Cowen of Starke an" 'y\l iyS Home Demonstration Agent 3 Diego, Calif. is spending twi -
m. f't: : 7
Mrs. :M. L. Johns Jr. ,l'ell'tratcth"lr I weeks with his mother. Mrs. Doi i: I : .,

SEVENTH: DAYADVEXTIST biithdays together with : Canned Food Display team are. :Marilyn Cox. Judy Kelly, and other relatives
.IT: ON i iiiii: t\ U\\ ... .. ......
ti.ox MIH :
r our
home r .a
dinner at the o Mis.Silson Green and Mr.- I
E. Johiis&SonAgency : C1IUKCII big family Time is fast drawing near for Kelly.\ Virginia Parrish Patricia I I xi-hrilii.r. nun Martini. U fillini ..npMI,.. If 1OI are plan-

Services each Sabbath In the Mrs. M. L. Johns last Sunday. the opening of our county fair Pellum, Elizabeth Prevail, and i W. E. Bigham attended the f>th I ninic >*> art.. u..r this limr-tmlrd and I......... I'lan for
Mrs. Smith Johns visited her District Garden Club in r ftrllinK flir Surrrnftful" llaii.brfuib. .\urll... Hrlhnd. I....
October 22-27. In order to remindyou Nell Williams. I meeting
home of S. N. Brown across from us in"pi"I jour prnprrl> thrrr'n no nhliication. ( all or
Bethel Baptist Church east of sisters. :Mis. Inez Thornton an( of what to bring to go into Steen Foster Memorial! I Gainesville last week. wrllr. u.. tirlralf Hide.. Orlando. I'bunr 11.171.

:Mrs. Thelma Brannon, in Lakt 'I Mr. and Mrs. II. C.
canne' Douglas
Starke Sabbath School 2 p. m I thp Home Demonstration Even though school was out j I

I' Bible Study each: Wednesday ( City last week. food display the fair committee last :Monday, the Heilbronn 4-H I and family visited the (' .1

Phone 13 Starke Fla. 7:30 m Arden Mote pastor. II :Mrs Nettie :\100..1Irs.. Bill wishes to give the following re- Club girls received some "learn- Stricklands in Gainesville las!
I p. and Mrs I
Banks and paients. Mr. Sunday.Mr. .
the Foster
I comendations: j inj'isiting Steven j I
:Moore visited the Stepher and :Mrs. :Melvin Mines
I, George .. Limit 1 jar of each foot Memorial in White Springs. I ani '

Foster Memorial at White Spring! per person. 1 The diaramas depicting Fnster'songs .' I i tabv of Jacksonville wereend v.ek

last Wednesday. guests of Mr and :Mi.s L> \
held a world of fascination

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE :Mr. and :Mrs. George Johns am? foods 2. Foods grouped to be together'e displayed) (likl-', for the girls and it was hard foi I, Hml's.YY.Y.Y.YY9WTYYY9YYYY9Y.

children of Jacksonville spen' I
I them to decide which the
II string one >
I last weekend with their paientsMr. tables: tomatoes, green liked best. .. . - . ., .
FLA. : Johns. oeans, shell beans, squash, peas.
and Mrs. Smith
The ride down the Suwannee
-- ---- :Mis. I omie Rhoden and :Mrs .)kra vegetable soup. Fruits ABSOLUTE UNRESERVED
-- -- --- River
black berries. blue berries on the Suwannee Belle NORTH SIDE
REV. LEWIS D. HA1 ES. Pastor Mable Lang of Jacksonville visited pears ,. River Boat
was
thrilling. Among
:Mr and :Mrs. Troy Dukes last rigs. Pil kle.". jams, jellies, pre- ;1 I (..AINESVILLE120S

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I :Sunday: and attended church services serves.J. i i the guide many told interesting the girls things about the the'river Iy )11'... ( art ltroiiLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I NS' (Gth Street

Phones Office 234: Pastorium 130 at New Hope. ; Scoring will follow\ a fruits scorecard 1 was the color of the water I 2 STORY BRICK HOME)

\ - Sunday guests of :Mr. and :Mrs for judging canned i He said the water is dark yellow Tl'ES.; OCT Ifi 1 ::{W) I'.M'I :
---- -- -- -- -- -------- Ethan Snpp were :Mr. and Mrs mrt vegetables. I Mr. and! :\11'5.' Reese Si of. .\ en- his kraulilul i I rrsidrnrr. U of lirii-L and h.p..liiM-tilr I
brown i ".n.Ir..I..n
J because of the tannic acid ,, -
Sunday Sermons: 11:00: A M. SOO ".)1. Leslie Sapp of Palatka. and :Mrs. 4. Foods not included in lis I'1 I shopping in Jarkvim ie!! Ii'.' '. l.uill To l.tsT'Ikr 1.1 tI....r .-.....l.lv .,| anunustiallt
from the vegetation on the banks | ;Jarj .. ..' ..
IT't;: litfuK
but scored. L1 ; rM" wilh an "|irn tinularr -
Sunday School !9:13 I t;) .\.M. Training Union 6:15 I; P.M. Ollie Seig of Gainesville. -Mil be accepted not |; mostly palmettoes and Wednesday. I a 'larcr 011..1.... riM.ni hrrakfa r........ killbra.iantr .

r>. Label on bottom of jar with1 I. cypress Mrs. Fled Lanier hnt.: j"" '.' | ,. larur lirdriiwiuilb. firiialr hath and a fcunrwum.On .

Midweek Service Wednesday S:00 P.M. vyyvvyvyvvvvv'CLAY this information: name of person :' Unbelievably' has! a sand bot I a two weeks visit with Ida'! !h '"- the. 2nd fI...... nrr. I jarx, lirdriMimw. tilth. 2 rnnnrrlinichnib
tom j k1 ilii. a krnluc runiii. 'I hr rnlirr ground arr liraullfullt -
;nd name of product. I I1 in Alabama.Mr. land"'I..d
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over worn at should be broughtin Eating lunch out under the trees i i ,
6 All\ articles and :Mrs. Alton Bolis H.d i ,
HILL
and riding over the park com- IHHMilr Ihr I tit Limits ..l
fair KILLARNEV:
The comuttee
I'Ol NT
by noon :Monday. j family with M'-l
spent Sunday
11 a 01 Regular' Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. that the pleted the day's excursion. SANFORI .
has requested .. ...
Maude Wainwright.Rev. U..I..I.I.'"' .a. Killar.
--- .. - toy \11'''. J. I.. MricUluiielAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt exhibits not be taken out beforeo'clock Those going on this outing were K. C. I On I. ". II..... IT-1C ..., t:1: 1.0... llritc
-. -- Harvey and ftin.- SIN; DELL: COURT;
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'
Charlene
-- Cowart.
Nettle Sweat
__ _-- -- I :Saturday: night. There j' were Sunday dinner piioM.-. '. t iinip.rtrlt. r'lirnislirdIts WINTER PARK

I' j_ : I ill be a guard on duty so i hwill Sandra Solano Miss Edith Moore 'I' :Mr and Mrs. G. L. Sapp I I ..iu. ::-III.IIII"U" '.'11'"
__
J;. ._. ____ :_ and :Miss Dorothy Ross. .
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tll.ltIrs exhibit
We aie smiy to !heal be safe to leave your ,' (lilor.lane Mr. and :Mrs. Jimmy C.t; t-k 0 Mll-.s: Wed. Oct) I 17
Hem v Carter of M.txulle is in a I until Sunday morning. if you pre- Against Tests
and
daughter were Suminv lnriruests :
STARKE ICE COMPANYWILL Starke hospital with double pneu- i Are you having trouble with ] < Thurs.. Oct. )IS 1 I50: I'.M.Iliinir : l.I l.
of Mr. : .
andIr" < : : '
I fer.The roaches in I 1:30:: I'MIhr : I
monia.We fair exhibit committee is your home or even' Gaskins. I' is I US ,, "b nd

missed Dumpie Wilkinson.Mrs I headed up by Mrs. A. C. Belche.haiJman. ant hills in the lawn? One way !i :Mr. and :Mrs. I Iowa id No-.i, ,i- 'II'. II sun.n Hell Ihr 4 ....r'II,...Iroiifo"".., liriik. trim. ; I la< Iii- r ni.'Ihr I.
15TH
PLANT .
OPEN ITS OCT. Taggart. and Uncle Jim and her members -Mrs.C. to lid your place of these pestsis had as Sunday dinner gut't.I \i' and rttrnds hark appro*. ttindwm* arr iasriiiinitpr.

thMaxville to apply chlordane. I' us;u II. I" uatril Frriirhtt I 'I hrrr is a larur h.-
Godwin, among others. at < A. Alvood, Mrs Paul Dinkins.r.Mrs.E.LCoxandMrs.J
and :Mrs. Leo Rosier. an.l! li'-. I .' ttblih is nott liriusdi ,
FOR Cover each ant hill and several In" roan nitb nii-c lak
: l Homecoming last Sun- : B visited I Hubert Griffis an>! o I I \i.|.I..r.1 inlu a hish- .
.;i-v Understand these three wert White. inches of ground surrounding it Phillips who tri. .l.- r..I..II.1 ........ .irtt and a krparaliiliu. -
ill.Mr. .
are hi-rr is ;i nrtt krlinol diriil.t I nff r'en. % jaliitisit I it
with
sick and could not attend. enirtr (;irl. Judging Team a ;5 or 6 per cent' chlordanedust .. .
and Mrs. G. L. Sal \ : .r.i s trnni Ihr
:' ''lorlda riMim uill eltr I > miniant -
SUGAR CURING Among those attending the The senior 4-H girls ((14 years or with 5 per cent chlordane led Mrs Susan Sapp in G.t.n. -' .. L |\'r'pcrt.. > nn ibr I'rrnrh ..aIi,1, ins bur <.1

:ixville Homecoming from Clay ,f ape and older i are really study- granules. Then. soak with waterto last Thursday.Mr. I hIs\ is ntsr.a .......! in.-..'..r 4>1'.r....

Hill were Rev. and :Mrs. Lan. is hard trying to get ready for drive the insecticide into the and Mrs Jamesv .. ..- |M rtniiit. in :, flinii-r !..- '1 bis is rnuntrt |iriiprM
AM)) ground and down into the nests. t.iliitn IMI ttrlltratrllrdin.mi .
".1! Clara. Barney Thomas. and the Farm and Home Judging nd :Mr. and :Mrs. L. Aidr:' t i i irlh-suth.. I. s.II hul pn... \\ IIlIl I'.irksrrtiirs.

:Mr. and Mrs. Jim Strickland.Rev 'ontest to be held at the North For roaches sprinkle the chlor- children of Lake City1'.1. :\1' u. I-!.;: I.... lit.-.'
t.j
1

Allen filled his appomt- Florida Fair in Tallahassee on dane dust around corners of the and Mrs. Fred Lanier last >: ..:,1 I Mliir .....11';.. .111. ".,... ini-luilr J II......-.. |IMIIII ll\ir in >

SMOKE E CURING 'n.'nt at the Clay Hill church last Saturday. Oct 27. ,' room and behind the hot water :Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bn.: '. :' > : llainiin l.ikefrMiil. lots ..... I -. ;'T \iiliiiriiilil>

night. We didn't have will items in heater places where they are I."...11.%. IiIi. Hi' MIIII. nnil .mil, I.ls I .ILl- U ..ilOrinu *-*
Saturday The girls judge as Sunday dinner M- aI
guests
I likely to be.Chlordane. < Rl| .SKIIII. Inn. ttilh v in. "nnuttil. |I. |..11 ;.
. so many present, probably du. eight classes. namely: poultry I 1 Mrs Carl Brown. Mr. an.11: r t.r> au> \\ .Hi-h tin linn. .mil d"R !..-

YOUR MEATS T the rain that came up just before vegetables loaf breads. frozen is a poison. It's best K C. Clark. Mr and :\11" T.- ,
to keep it out of reach of small
church time. fruits vegetables. cuts of beefchonl Hardenbrook. and 111'1: : -

i: >" Le ter Taggart will be our clothes. plants. and home children or pets. Cecil Rowe.

ALSO COLD STORAGE speaker: this Saturday night, and safety.In I
111'1(11: ( OF JF-"US: CHRIST i iLATTKK
;plans> to have his Swampland learning to identify plants AIR PARK

QII..rtetteth him. So be sure visited local where DAY SAINTS: !
they a nursery BUTIVT CHURCH

STARKE ICE COMPANYPHONE Ti; : n>me out if you enjoy goof they learned n:any interesting Services each: Sunday tn old. Sunday School 9:45: a m. :Morn-

"l.1I' I *hrub Next week they will visit Masonic HJ! on E Call St. SunIiv in? Worship services 11 a m I I ltI Ib du I II %uetln. Ialan' av'uo, .1 ,,,,I.Ih' .

IU STARKK. FLA. I >.'!. f.S,>: H.!i.e1. ..........,,' '0'1. I" n:<".,t rr.aiket M, '.t'.Irr. the ,- ..f:1':1 School 1'"1 a m Sacrament Trar..ngT'ni: J; 6:45: :: n"> Eve- i al,,.

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I Budget Adopted I Sets Terms Fire Chief Urges Teenagers LandIn .,.. S I. In Florida( Irrull; In four( hanrrr Urailforil). County ..1 N ... .5' 5 r

Plans For Moving !! ,..Ih'f' T.. ..\pprarI' : ; or i. I I' ? S I S\ til -I f
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CouncilI Debris CleanupTo \\ I' 0,1 .
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By City 'S. SI II
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Court Order Of l'uMi'all..n anil Nolirr 1'8 \ : .. .
Opposed Tie ]I'i iinisi County Mayor's CourtT. .i i Vi.j.rar: !Mat of I'luriila To: '., 1 l.r.iIII :
Building I ,|1:1": I ::11
Prevent Fires \ S j are i-erei'V! .t.fied that a .
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s 01'i I." ilivnr S 'i't.iil> anJn-
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flMiit-iiiii I nt' i onungencyliinls I.1 5 .5'! "f mitmr i tiiMu 'I II ., I'
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t.1.I..I": i.in into .1 r"'I| < t'> .i'o .1On
contended that th Trials SlatedCounU I'has' been filed against you In the NS'.S t. i i. |I..'... ,'. ., -
Me I i.
( '"! .: ii ,| limn' P..;;;'' 1 I'' : I I I F.i! i Ch.ef! II \\ Cupen'el .t"t Week UPil Umled
\\ l: .1 I II I above named Court and cause and i"ui.. ,1 i '"ii1! .u...j i .II-. 'I .
: i tion tvould: g.\ e the city nioro noting that St.irke I i.s this weekoh.servinr S in :M.ivoi s 'oust .tii'l .1-vessei1; and you are required to serve at..py pl.l.Ilt.'I -. k- 'li\"l., ,
Mis I ( 'h.1.q Anrll"S.I...! : i i of your answer or pleading to
surplus ta.sh and plo\'uk more .'Jud-e T A Ya\\ n ,mnounced Kiie preventionVeek\ !ti1,5sliiniiay.. ', the complaint on the Plaintiff's Pradford County TdrL'1'h >* ill
the .soual I f urn"lions art ptiMi'-h this Order .1. iir\: I ,r
li-k-t "i I
I tle\ibility to the budget. : this week that a trial I said that the slogan, fur this The diivei i I .' II \ \;i..i', s--k.! weekly issues. I,

ieM! it the. lunch and said: "It In his fIrst move under th.s' term of the Court will I year. "Don't give a fire a placeto five days in jail for i County $iri or and file the original In the office of .
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.'n'l light: to let a good building i' ji ":1... h. lt: i t. < '
polu-y Andrews initiated the cut- open Monday morning with about i start is particularly applicable without a driver's license the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 1U36.
there and rot down \\her '
1 r tit-l'.rt ilii 1 U 01.1\.1 \"\ l""iti.
here.
of funds for fire departmentsupplies 15 cases the docket. the other youth was penalized ..01'FI'UT.T.I
I IMrs I I tmg I on I and
otherwise the of said
allegations
..mldings' are needed so badly. Charles! .\. Darliv.As .
from $1.000 to $MX and "The fall of the Is the 7 for letting an unauthorized will be confessed
: Russell Green also ex- With this session of court a new year I $35 or days Complaint taken as Clerk of ":... .1 ,', -::1"

putting the extra $200 on the con- tad time for fires." the chief I person drive his car. by you. 1\: :\1.11'1"11 1. l'r.\ I 1'.'" ,' ,
;jll.s..d i I the opinion that the com- policy of holding the court on I This notice shall be published once : ,
: i'1",. I! Ii."I: ';'1.i- i' I Ii.i.
l tingency fund. dates will! be Instituted. said "Weeds are dead and stovesxviii The dnver whose face was each week for foUl consecutive .' ., ...
specified
'!'mimtv! had !little need for the | ; .Ul.i: k-.i" \ J K! S
said be put into action." : bruised and nose tot from tht weeks In the llradford County Tele- |I'. I" '
-; > ui tuie 1 City Clerk Car! Johns has the judge said Previously the I giaph. VMl .1 : \.

that, this budget will barely cover trial terms were held whenever a |I! He warned residents that fire ,i mishap said he had been drivingfor iMt.il Ih-, 1"I ''I' :1' .,

S< hool Superintendent HarniorMmgan for the i i prevention is "just a matter of I about a year and a half hut (Offii-iil Seal) Charles A. Darby. "
| the city's upelation year sufficient number of cases had accumulated i I
said it the impiovemen' I Clerk of the Circuit Court HI': (II.' U'l'l It \ IIO\ I hit
h.",,-!a t IOn can convince tht I and will give no surplus funds. In' to warrant ,'allinga !II III cleaning up before burning. Before I had never had a license By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk T\ IHT4IUiHi i@s1i

l the budget the anticipated revenue I I Jury. j lighting the stove the chief I I "I am not penalizing you be 1'i,5S I i- !J'11111 !i' .' .r Hill \... I"> ;:
:" -1gualll:. \ that the building u Ill.fl'V. l lk
I into the ditch :N.,11.; giit
: balanced. urged make sure it is cleanec" rauSt'011 ran '
l hk.Ing useij .is a civic center the and expenditures are Undei the new system. court I I '\ i: KI vri-rvit i IVirvi-i.ui tin' h..hI.r "I I -I.I.I. i.I.

{ but the figures show that all of will be held three months and well regulated and make sun but tacause you had no license. In ('lri-uli t curt llrailfuril t..untJ I. \i 4HK: .'r.f .i t. I t.-, 111.\ .,1 -.I.t| '
hn.nd will piobnbly back: dovvon : every i TilE! I Ml I I INGS
cnji.v
Jackson said as he talked I'lnrlihi: In I liamrrj. S i frnfn .it-"> I. .i i\ ,1.! fl 'I. > nu
'IS attempt: to regain thBoost 'the funds have been set aside for on the third Monday in January. I the flues are hooked up. I Mayor .1."!i'i K: Vlii.h-i | I'! ,,,Ii, ,II, l'"rlii i""..i II..- .... T\!., -if, :f- .i:. ruts. furnishing 1 Iset 1\

,.., I !lpeclfu' uses and little "cushion"money ''April. July and October. Carpenter said that during the to the boys about the seriousness .' A Vuiiilit' l'd.I.II"' ; ii'inil".i :"t l .-1 I --.iiin. !,.
!t.:": I V their violation. '. : 'j.. C" v ...nl 'li.t'.un > our dolhl'm.l\
i t I"f| i- \" 1 1" :>4' ii -11'1'i | '" I' -1
is left. fall and winter months the fire-
"This will abolish
arrangement .
\..,I'r Tn ,"pp..arT. .H w }t. S I ti \\ i i --- -- The Councilmen also agreed to some of the uncertainty connected men were tailed out 15 to 18 i I Anthony R. Johnso-i was asses- 1 ., I 10".1'.1, V III'\I.\ \\ h.sei. .is rolli.u-
In I -.i. . ...0101'l' V value by the \\;Ltcr that
Taxes With times month occasions. i sed a $25 fine for reckless driving I i. .1 4 Jii iVitifi I t. "
CountCourt trials. the a on .
l delete the $300:: allowed for an "'Jinl MM.- .I Inks''!, II. yl--t I. 'III.; V. ai ,.1 l--'i.iu 1 I" ;1l'S t them from tireNot !
and
extra patrolman and transfer this !judge) said. "Before. it was impossible The number of runs are in I anj causing an accident I 1-1.,1. :\. \I \ <,''k J...s, I iiitii'ii ,.: I', ,.7', r' x

Council !, \vai ned to be more careful. \.u are ,ner.nv notirtea that a Xi.f :.s.\Vi ." .-1,1: l :OW' .
Sought By I money to the police department to tell a defendant when ci easing about 25 per cent each suit 1"1 ili\ i.i ..f *Si I:'. ..I! -I': S" ; T .: :, :prem) thol1 ht.nd

i ontmgenc-y fund to bring: it up I he would go to trial." year in Staike Carpenter said "'iou are known to be a fast has been !iiea .K Inst you la the i ii. :!::t KX.inif i it's expensive unless \ou

i Continued from Page One i iSMV I I' driver" the said. "and I iuove named Court and cau. ana I IIIlh;a It .1--- s-nl \I.'. i tI i'llnrnr :
to $6Oi). On the do'ketIondav: : will be In quoting figures the chief showed mayor you are required to servii a copy ot I hate broad insurance protection -

have been hen fur yeuts andnever In the street and gaibage de- the case of Wesley Biyan, operator that about $lO0I; ) worth ofpropeity want you to slow down. your answer or pleadini to the complaint All "I -..i.i| .ii t..I.| !'! \ I.. iiu ,in !n for that pt'r!>lIn.rIproPl.rty

'' is I In other cases: on the I'lamtifs MturnttT .*.11111) ..I I'Mdfunl S:..'" "I Kli-:
off of the Starke Billiard Parlor. destroyed by fire in
tment 2.000 was lopped !
sewers'h,> set
had n you put Kr.ink I..u clt ni," I r ii |'.,.x i.l.

the funds for sewers in a ceitain |lof the funds proposed for equipment 'Bryan has pleaded not guilty to a Starke each year. I Robert Thomas. Negro pleaded" :, .; St.iik.. I KIiili: 1'nl.ss sii,'Ii trrtifixit, : .' .., .nII I II .

not i : maintenance and repairs and charge of allowing minors to loiter: This figure shoots much highei guilty to a no driver's permitcharge and tile me uriK i in tile office. ot i. an- -ii.il! l-t- r.-l- > runt ,., ....1. If jou don't hate it. askus
place you're doing: light. ii'i ill-I
: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or IIIK: I. lan (litIiri'i'i IY
: ;
anded to the funds for materials: in the establishment and is under when the flames hit one of the I and was penalized $25 o!> I lit tnie tin. 1.: rt.it ..I :N; .v I it.! '..:. inmil '...rlifl<.al..r ..
Hazen said he had suggestedthe :: cement and asphalt! Another !I| $800 bail. large buildings such as the super- five days. : otherwise the allegations of uid will !'.. .,.ltl to the hinht- lulil.i S te yours :at little extra
East Call St project becausethe pipe I Complaint will be taken as confessed it: the .-..111'1 hnu-v i'i..r ,'n tin
residents in that area had been : $1.500 was added to the material Other cases to come before maiket which burned i several I Mayor Jackson returned S2.: ofa by you. fiisi M.HKlay in month "f :N"\ I.Inr. I.. cost.

fund after the tools and |Judge Yawn Monday will involve years ago. The cost of that fur $;'0 bond to James E. Flowers This notice shall oe publishedonce |y.">';. uhi< h ithe :. .i... "i I
lequestmg sewers longer than I edh week fur four consecutive tisil.cr. I''',< .
:\ -\ >
others. "I made the suggestion j i supply money was cut from $3,500 ;j.! woithless check charge against was estimated at $70.000. Negro after he found him guiltyof week: In the liradford Count) l l'al.-oI l tins :' la' ,.f I. ;..I..i-. I ... H. C. Wall\ AgencyPhone
I
I Ito 2000. i I Kims S. Griff.- a petit larceny In observance of File Pie\en. an improper passing charge but Teleeraph inKKKMAI. Si\l.l '
so that you could discuss it and l.iti-ii I Ih.I" ,I." S.: t',1, ]I.. ..; I 'lit rI''s \ IMII! >
decide the matter," he said. ,I Andrews said these measures ,I i charge against a Jacksonville! man twn'e..k.. Chief Carpenter will innocent of a no driver's permit (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Unrby i'l.-rk. i.f 'iriIit' '..art "! .I'.i ...1 i ifntil

| were needed to give more money and a charge against Henry Gnflis give talks before the Home Dem- charge Klovver's had a slip from Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 '..L..ntFI"i .1.. : 146
Priority (;ii\en Ky Marian L. Cronby. I>..pnty Clerk in 1 l.: I' 1S I II r: Jtl
: for the maintenance of the streets. of using profane language in onsttHtion Club meeting in Rai- the County judge noting that
I' l I.:: 4t !I. j -
Five streets in the city weieaiven i The contingency 'fund in thelight a public place Several traffic I lord and the Xegio school childier his license had been lost in th I. IOU HID i: 200 E. Call Street

priority designation for pav mails. MUM i': -in 4i'i'iu T'.- l'.p.ii'l.' ..'inin"' --.ti.-' .
; and water plant figures was cases ale also on the docket in :-talk. ,
In ( In-iilt inirl. llrndfurd ('uunlf, "t i 1I..It".1! ",.I.a" Fl.! i .1.I \\ sit Starke Fla.
ing. TheCouncil noted they are 'i P.uev Potts forfeited a $2" ., '. ., .. .
also boosted. It was raised from l--iirlilnl In ( hnneerj.MII ,I' :x. !i' SI I. i 1" \ VIVI 11

j.tieets which were left out of a bond for running a red lignt antI g..II.T I ll.i.| "lL.! ni t- v ,..1"I \ 5 S 5' ,
with the added /
; 0.15X to SS.15S Officials To Attend I .
BattleIn lii.ii.ilil' 11..1.1.. In !" n.l.in'
pievmus paving pioject. Midgets i causing: accident Pan'
an .
.money coming from a 11.500 cut anj i-i-i :N.; !1" I

The streets to be paved in the. budgeted for employes' UF Alumni Meeting I .lurcisin forfeited $10 for run- Nutlet* 1'n t 1'IrarT.

order named ale Bay St., Cyprus i I( overtime in money and another S1.500 from Slated For StarkeMack 19-0 GameA I fling a led light.I S iii-tn.: .. .ittii I lii.n.ilil. ...1..i.--H.ip., i-r tt r-:!II'i II i M.lt Sell It Rent It Trade II

.
?t. Jefferson St. Park Place and funds to be reimbursed to the I Roger Green Negro, forfeited p .Veupult UIIK..IIYou

handful of lain-soaked spectators S10 bond for are hereby notified that a
Thomas St.Opposition. running a led light
:general city fund S Futch ptesident of the suit. ti.r ilittir. .' < ;.- : .01'
I double feature foot-
to the tax boost moveis Most of the figutes were accepted got a Kay Kehrent forfeited J25: foi S ...111 i t'titinl ,.f iMin.,1' i-li.lil
Bradford County Chapter of the ball Friday night as the III. I.. :"lliil .. It' .
program reckless driving and 'II .giI'H::
expected to come from at least :: causing ar
[ as ('Ut and dried" though University of Florida Alumni Association football took the I above named Court and cause and A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
I midget squads WITH
accident Herman
Nettles
Councilman when the ordinance anti for '
one they frequently raised related dis- has I iOU are required tit serve a copy ot
announced a meetot I field before the Tornado and "
is presented next week. S game felted S2., on a drunk charge our answer or pleading to the complaint -
.
: cussions. On noting the money that organization to be held I'battled out a 19-0 ball game. i on the Plaintiff's. Attorney
Noegel stated that he is "not :spent on accounting. 11. <(< Billy I .\ .1 Th.III.I.II'.. :t". : _'".'. 9 1'. "
Thursday 018.\ at 7:30: p m. in It was Marion Cottle's ball Sl.ll k I I'lol..lila Good Results
pit \Vi > Rates To Place
in favor of any tax increase at this: Noegel moved that bids be taken Lutherans To Plan Easy
i, the Bradford County Courtroom. as the husky fullback busted i and file the original In the office of
gpme
time. He said he has not beenon firms to do the work. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
on Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur- through the line nabbed passes : For Services HereA to WORDS OR LESS ONE LNSEIflOEACH - Me
before the
the Council long enough and is i I .
"I think lUndelake is a good
| phree. immediate past president of and got off some walloping boots. 11': d.n ..f :X.ni-Mii.. i' I I.. .!. ADDITIONALVOKD 2o23r
not familiar enough with the affairs -' auditor," Noegel said "but I think otherwi.se the allegations of said
the State Alumni Association as Cottle made two of the touch- to discuss for
to be sure it is the right we should change around once ina meeting plans Complaint will be taken as confessed : .UIIIITIO'L FR BI.IM) ADS OR All NOT Pllll IV ADVANCBIII :
.1'I Well as Col. Everett Yon. admin- downs of the evening and was by Lutheran services in Starke will oy you. IUIM- OP 15 PER tHST Un: % o OH MWHK ISSKKTIO.NSKOI :
thing. I while. The motion d.ed for This notice shall l.e published
istrative assistant to Coach Bob far the greatest yard gainer. be held Friday Oil. 12, at .:30 I each week for t.ur consecutive
:.once
"How do you expect to do all I Ijlark I of a second. Woodruff. Leland Hiatt. executive The winnf'rs'I're the boys: j''p. m. at the home oftr.. and weeks in the ETadforJ County Telegraph. : ::.\1.1: i .(tOi :> h.iit 't""I ;:Mrtlllik. KOI 1; .\[..Ex...w :lid 11-. ,I \

of these things without it ?" Haz- I The two new Councilmen at one secretary and Curtis district Mis. 'I :.-i i'..-it a\l-. g..l 1 1'-. ; \-ldfis.. A ..nl It: i'tis 511i .HI I IStark. II
Powers coached Townsend Strickland. Chester E. Wood 456 W. .
I by .
I .
liiitO dat n..1 1'i'iSI -
asked. seemed irked the luti-il > \l'1-rf.-il .nilit.n' -Itlh! \ariu-s. HI' I"" _'
en as proceedings -
point
vice president of the Alumni Madison St. SEAL Charles Darby '' III' 1?! i
I They turned the tables on the! I I (OFFICIAL ) A. llanipn.n. KU -\!p :
None of the other members indicated continued and no avenue for Association and other i The Rev. Clerk of the Circuit Court iI SI-hair' : SMiiKK: M.-.I! t'.ir.nt .\ ,
A. F. Gel
University coached Jerome Johns bhardt. -
squad by : pastor I '.Id .. ',
Clerk (
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy St"tg. at Slark. I 1.
any opposition to tht | cutting expenses was presented. 'of Florida officials will attend the and kept the fleet back. Jerry. I' of the First Lutheran Church l'| I I.: It U I' Koi: KKXT: Two h.lrtM.in iinfiunishtd fl! c

move. | "Everytime we save somethingwe I, meeting.:: Ritch stymied during the game. '| of Gainesville will be present. hiiJisr. i-nr I'iirist ta n anti
J'oorrn.1 T( APPE\R \I'ratI its AppU Mrs Muiulorff I IJI\'IT\'
we to spend it. Andrews re- i; It is planned to show movies of The youngsters seemed to pay, All Lutherans and all people! I. Circuit (....rl. 'Bradford Couitr a! Oulitniai. i Klurist. I H,-hR i i.ltiii: I.:

Local SurveyorTo marked. 'tone of this year's football games. no attention to the rain which I ''not affiliated with a church ale Flnrldm In 'h ncerf. iI I u\\ 11.111'1.1.

Noegel said. "We act like a. Refreshments invited to attend. I En."nnn' \\1111:1111-, I'laintilf. \s t. lit $.\.Li'f.. or 4'') thousand .'1..1'-\\ < \ ." toSt It
will be and .
Be Toastmaster I served pelted down during the entire 4fi ida o >
i bunch of school kids on a spending -. S a number of door prizes will!! be minutes of play. They tossed I I ,.-.. :\.. Hi-l\.7 prui-. iMsriitint I" any' s'i.: utt our "Srr' ir

: spree with their fathers1checkbook. N I'UO'I: ':':1I -\\
biivuiK"
M G :McMillan: local surveyorwill | given away. All alumni and passes: and booted the ball as:' Boy Scouts Ti' < 'h.irts VV \\.111:1111-: \tli.. -e 1:1. ;. linx: j it'-.t.: Ja.ks..n\ 'II'1

t friends of the Universitv cordially ,,,10' I'liluinliiis CinrKia.ami ; I }'(tl: ltXT.TI..r'. ... Ii. .
le master of ceremanies ala are though no obstacle were present. i. '' I r : 1-hi.ne KlKiii17.4 :2li-he! :: 10 :! '" "
SI!1 After completing the review of \\ h.." ilia III lilt aiiiln-ss i II I' lias ra tig.-. s|>a< ,. tiei I.-& ami i I iS iral..r i- ,
in the Hotel Thoma invited to attend. ed.! "Where Your Boy Scout Dollar ,, .-
banquet : unanim-. ti I Iti.x: 'I 1 U'illi.tniK..iii i tiiiii- Imiuirt, ill-- 1.| .i.iI i,
the items the members
in Gainesville next Thursda:)'' Goes" was explained by Dr. Rich- 'l'i.ii'-. iaYou Ia; "11111'1'1. II \ 'i .. 'l'l II. ..-ui> ai Van II. 1'1 It" st I", ,
't.: cusly agreed to adopt the budget' are her"hv notified that .ill 4..1.\\' aft-r K |i nt Jii- J" "
night. during the 19.:->G Sun'eyinIapping S Clinics ClosedThe Purchasing Plan lard Gunter. I District Commissionei Milt ful. diVtilie. .tr... list..lit,. CIIIIIMMts
collected.
& :\ Conference. This an: is : of the Alachua District. Hoy .,ri.i ..ntml( of 'lIlIl'"!' .luiil, II take nitruiiinatrl) tie 01:0' a ,.. KCU'K Hi HIM: unriirtiisli. liii-. 1
I has been filed against you In :he ........* iuri-bn....fe ii rruari..e ii I'i fur tinrtit r.-iil mi K.iiiiin'. Maik.t 1 t I : .. I
nual event us sponsoted by thCivil ,e legulai clinics will!! not beheld Members of the City Counci I[ Scouts of America, in a talk be- above named Court and cause and <.ur ......01..1'.u .\|>|ilKI: IUii tin Mmi! I p. *,.

Engineering Depaitment o f Unoccupied House at the Biadford County are planning to visit Ocala am 1 I fore the Rotary Club Wednesday. you are required to serve a copy of Signer it urrlj Jim SmUt l.... iii\r I
your answer or pleading to the her a hi.mil.., I hi-isliiiii. nrrJII M I i\l; I: V :SMuKK: : :MI.H ',"r ., \
the Engmeeiing and Industua\ Razed By Flames Health Unit next week as the Gainesville n'xt.t'ek to study th''!, | The speaker was introduced by R. complaint on th. Plaintiffs S "iiuhlir\ apiiruprialr and abe "ill r..iii( M.II.IKI at S.I.IIK, i ,

Experiment Station College o staff will he attending the annual purchasing programs in operatic]11, | E. Kdmondson. a member of the _vtt'Miii I' i "\ I ii I I I r. u.iu I i.:. I p ii i.,\r il anil nill iittrrnalr I Iii fur ''I. .
| IUIIK I.... tinir. VV rmill batr a
.
r.i.x: Iii I I .iIii -\ -.i' 1'1"1111. "
Engineering Univeisity of Florida L I'n ol.l apparently unoccuppiethouse I meeting of the Florida Public in those cities local troop committee and file the oriKltial In the office Krlri-liiiu ,.. |ii...k I rush.. U r "1.1 : KOI: II\T;: KUHIIS.I|, \ I" jS .

in north Starke bume:I Health Association at Clearwater. Councilmen said they want ti(), During the musical' program of the Clerk of the Circuit Coun on khim II. Jim laUr ;our <.b....-.. anilr .Vp.. II Inn-Ill a itt, ..I.-.. II. i Is,.
1 or before thei '% will finali.-r II. highS ...." rail Mrs .1 M alit" |,.-ll. ;.n. VV \1..,
Mi i McMillian is the grandsoiof = n down Saturday night!: before firemen '. Oct. }j-20. I set up a purchasing program ir 1, Miss Carol Ann Pickett high ::: .1.., .t \;.-t--.1 I. i .; ;is.l and a...k fur VIr. \udrm.., Mr.Hr si.n' St ti !I..

II E. I..agl'rgren. early Staiki.r could extinguish the blaze. Attending the meeting will be Staike a.s soon as it can be done school student sang "Walk Hand otherwise the allegations of said "...1 .... \lr. '1 h.......... '
;' I"i.i: IIKXT-4; .... I I",, ,, I I.I I. .
taken n
who h Complaint will lie as confessed
-
Sill surveyed 'j Hand" and No
and | in "It Secret.
\.t'yor. Dr. A. Y dirt.'ctortrs i is
sales I Covington. :
W. .
Fire Chief D. Carpenter by you. FI.OHlU.HE.LTY{ O. Apil\. | I: 4..N; Starling ;, "
( ated most of the propeity line; Arlin tcKni and ''accompanied at the piano by Mrs.L 40:. K: Urimiil.--
he hasn't found out who owned I I.. hl. Martha Snt.'llIen. Brooker Masons Thus notice shall be published Of Star e t I1.h i i'

in use in Starke anti vicinity to, health Jack J. Green. .once each ween tor four consecutive
the structuie which was located I public nurses: Telo.iMt.d 'I! KKXT .
i [ weeks In the Bradford County Small tin. ,i.apartment i.
day. Negro district. The firemer I Trawick. samtanan: and Mrs. 1 1I S : thi x dat ,'I ii. 1..1.! r 1'i'iii; :::.-. 'Iruiplr \ te. !' lark,, I'Ja. ; all fiiiiu--li.il ;'i..inl .,- .
a Pine Hill No. F. A
in 9. &
I Lodge |la I'kunr Xt Mcht :ttJ: ath.
,,
: > > entianie
Joan Senior Class > (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darb. Aitiitiit!\ "
called after the report wa!; Chitty. secretary. of be host ;; 'l.ifay..tt.St
K\Mv HOLIDAY were M. Brooker. will t( n.] ,ik i .t "i-, 'in I'niii'. I I' ,

'relayed by the police patrol car. Master :Masons and their familie:II' UN I :Marian I I. I r-l.t. | i-.nt| > I'l,-rk
KOI REST T\\ -> bnlrumn inanuiir K 'I: KKXT Tlir.I. ,.
1 The Bradford High School senior 1" I U:: 4t 11 JIt's l.li.m l '
Bank at Stark, : Carpenter said the building was!; lioiii"inpl,-ii-l I urtli stied. I ,,.
The Florida Money Available at a dinner on Saturday Oct. 13 \ > nixhril hi>iisf. < I. III w t I',
tne time the trucV\I II' i class will canvass the town i ai iinri. larnard. Inquire at large yard '.11 :!i4l 1- ,
will not be open for business today I about gone by at 6:30: p m Z. W. Hamilton wil ;IM i-: in.: niisi I>PKOI
\
: selling: magazine subscriptions .. .
Friday Oct. 12. Columbu,s | arrived. The firemen were calle:I Councilwoman Mrs Ruby Johns i be in charge of the dinner am : Fill: KKXT;; -rnfuriush.- tin. l tot|
within the next few to A Fact!
days earn
Day and Farmer's Day. a lega i II 1 out at 10 p.m. and returned al t said this week that several peo- the Master Masons Degree wil 1 KKXTKumum furnished riiuiii hoiiiwith Ras iiniilai.i.Iliairr. ,, .
money to finance a class tnp.e apartiiii-nt Cl N Church St. $"i.u |ir mil Iwll I l.il.i\ "r; ; .
holiday in Florida. 10:45.: ; :pie have asked her where the! ''be conferred by Bradford Lodg, The class is planning to travelto Phone 17i-\V m apply iIK X. Si fall Mrs Ja'k .Sapi| I I...a.Pntl .

money was coming from to finance I.. :No 35. F & A \ I Many children are retarded IMrause '-- Church St. ttthg ..r H-Y-it-.Sil:! MI'
Washington and New York dur-
the grants to the recreation of nt'rprt'.urt" \V.\\TKI' WaiUfss
ir.g the Easter season CABINET and Carpenter Work -Apph St.il I
fund armory and beautification 1 Small new and repair jobs ac- IIIKS Truth Stop, X null< '!i.iiti I,
If your child! i i.> dull listless, ceptfd. Joe C. Ricks. P.t. 1. Box "f Starkf. HiKhuav :IIH) I'hi.i. .

which wt're'ott'd last week. :IXOTICK TO .4PI'LtR. sliv to learn or easily upset you ,jrr7Stalk; : tf<'hgOVIl I llolialt S-2IS4;. _Ualilo 41. hi I I
Mrs. Johns explained that th la Circuit Court. Ilrndford ( .....T.
Flurldai In (' .... 'rr.Ml shntiltl consult 'our Chirpractor at .AltKHOI'SK: WAVTKIi;; : ,
!LinOjQifln savings which will be effected b\ t I." St. U "! I'. 11',1',t \ one.... utnio-t TE:>TII HKrAiHKii 1\'FJtS.UIY: : 1\\ lnati-l\I I ftnii, s'l ft .,It VM.I sink.Must \ \.

Q putting! a $12: ceiling on payments AH Makes All !Model !to.lrv.. Klrml FIIII1II'.' 4

tn the Big !Dad Manufacturing p lour Chiroprattor i.. a specialist Itranunablr ('harsm. guarantordCllfi. ( I'hi.ne 41 .'t. im I in '.

( MIFl'HKItll !
L. Co will! be diverted to pa> in locating unit removing I S KOI: KKXT:: -Kiirnishr.l 'lutk.:
> 70.1>> W. fall !M.' Starke Ph. :::19
Wash Your Clothe apartnii-nt., four ruinn'i : .-> ii. -
for the -
projectstreat nerve pressure. He is qualifiedby
pun Ii anil K'>raK<- fIll ir Mr
training and the use of ...sisnt FOR SAI.K X''w % x S t 16 concrete \ \\V>I,,} Andivw. :.4; W Ma.I,
; The Br.idfoid Count .I
Hospita .
l.li>ok I'J I 1'.III'lIt Jl.iO; per son .
|I'
9 Pounds (
.S announ t>& the following births instruments to make the tiaR. M'.rMMix! Jl ;u per bag.

I Mimd Mrs proper correction. Bradford Erag. ..ci iiig Cu. phone I FIll: SXI.K-Pii-ir Wh, I 1 I....,,01"s S
Sumford Kai I 91. Starke. tl I I :1 aster |4.<>00 traili i f'.i. | .,.,.

th'Igt'! i IIf Starke. a daughter. Te For 40c .i Ser l 11.\\ Mullen. .'.[....tI) 'I., .,
Many parents are anlalt'Cl l at the I I t-r I'irk. II'Kh..a |11111> 1 1" nI .".
ftt.lrlent' Oct 4.Mi
FREE Bleach If Desired improvement in disposition and WHEN IN NEED OF I \V ..f SlarkiI .- 1'1
.md Mrs. Michael Josep!h
+ ._.. aliilitj of their children! to learn LANDSCAPINGFILL I
,,
ut su.K-rT.ri ii..i- I i.
/Cu'kei ing of Staike. a daughteiPi's 5' 0 |I' ;
Movie ? after receiving Chiropractic care. 11'11'1. $'14111 :S.... W.iri-i. II.i' .. .
Howe iii.i. Oct. 4. DIRTor at ,h.' old .I..,- H.-II--.II ;01.: '
We Will :Much of vour ( liihl.lies'C''s in
I Mi, and Mrs. obert Dobbs c,f ] "'art..rIark..t I Kn I II 1'1'i
,
. life depends on his :U>iIitv to DISKINGW.
,
g ---J I S'.uke a daughter. Shelia Dems!. i
I lllKI.P W.\lT"I'--.llt1I: : f'-i In".'
I .
Your Clothes learn now.'Consult .
Felt BaseLinoleum Oct! k Dry I| anre Peliit Age 3") t.. f.IO iila1 .
JR.
I THIGPEN
L.
1 .
'I plus .inimissn < ,.SS,,| "ii,., .
Mi and Mrs. Lee Roy Silcox c,I' Your ( tor Alton Rd.PflO.NE ., .
I I 1iiropra Tml.iv Rt. 2 Box 215-D tnnitv fur lvni fni-M .S Ii.)

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Rugs .. In .New Automatic Driers! Starke, Fla. -U:: .5 1'
and Mrs. Leroy RobeiRhoden .t 1 1t.
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC : HIti. i.srtii: : orHA.NVK :'\ :
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: \ : Hodges Jr. of 250 Arbor Hi:I! CLINIC 1 1..1 U f., :,i ", $'." pir minth. I <..is! .f'-r..ast nrKanizatinii! I IEl. 1\11: [

S \rvst. Colors! and Patterns : RENTAL : Drive Jackson. Miss., announc; The Washeteria\ M's W in- VI t '.-phi.. .. lnM' X KVi I' : K.tl'.JI A.t. : ;. I'Y. with' a, rn.flnf ,
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liBRARY" the birth of a son. Mark Anthony, S \I:i. It. lie' 11119. Jservu-f" is now seeking tin i .Kt'i I
: : : : Ave. Stark<,p Modern Metlnxl.. Lady I i man .., c-f uplc. t'. tik. '. i 11Starkt -
on Sept :29:! Mrs. Hodges is th e Temple
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Entertainment lr.n\\: n \n"'T ( III Kill tfrhETut anie give mil <.... iiiiiii: M I. .

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) WESTERNS Piavei meeting 'I..", f.tn.- f.iT..1..1 l I \',
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SPORTS 7.30 p. mEveryone. .1'! \.i.\-'
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S welcome. Brother T i MIII: 1'11'1I.'t: i

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CLASSICS .'fl.Ces'ming will be observed ( iislonwrh.. inin-hasj-s a r.....J I :21 ixrn: TELEVISION co-( !:",!*". 1:1:

down at Dahmer'a.
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IN TODAY Bradford Wholesale :Mtrs. In t-h 1 aj..ar' S f fI
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colorful. da refreshing restful '
Enjoy crisp >s and two bedroom apartment:!
'Al.( 01101. l I.. .\N EIHT.\- nights. A wonderful retreat for the whole family- ReasonaMo Mr and Mrs. W. I[: li'K( : CI..VT: ; --K.fii.-i.nl; aim- ;, .-, ,

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Wonderful food. :
supervised recreation program. I.f if T I Walker mal ,
lOla %IO\: EY I'" :SPENT: :: I-OK STATE: BAXK KEY! wh < S -
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