Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03396
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,I 'I-111 .1 L-iilge I "1; State I t I Ko.nl: .j looLlovd's I I i brother James play- man .lohnin Baideii! .111 ;IMICwin. .

{ ilt., the "\\ lit. lain-swoHen: 1 orlog I with him around the bridge at h laiM-d: dissension m Council [ List I I REMINDER Council Approves

i.-r.t th.ltt'l't him into a boxthe time of the accident sum- ranks f.vo weeks ago. was approve

i !ivpe culver t. where! his body rnoned help. but the body was ,! by the City Council Tue Named By Hazen ( itt, ( ouiicilvioniaii MrKuli.v -. Revenue

1l1,1 in debt is. I not recovered until about 5 p. m., day night with one member ,dis Julinsaid\ this ueU. thata MeasureThe

The boy, Lloyd Hall was then an hour and a half after the senting. : tree limb rudelv reminded

t1 : .-., of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall boy fell into the water. The body The Council also voted to appoint St; tikt' City Count jl j (,h.llm.1n IHT last Hi-i-k. that the citjnerds

who live about a mile ana a half I was finally dislodged from the Perry Kite Jr. to the force T C. i Cliff i Hazen Tuesday night the services of a tree Staike! CrC.i,,:-, ro.. -

southeast of Starke. and a shoit culvert by the use of an iir.pro- He will take over duties Monday announced the slates for the committees siirgion.Mrs.: day nightoted ,
t to
SUrke\. ;)2p'aruldatt'r tank is rapidly ('omindun./ In tin- \ boost! the '\
distance from the scene of the vised drag replacing Tl'tll1lanorman who which will supen'lst''al ;I- Johns said she riding
Belt i.. lout-ring panel of the old structure to was utility taxes by five p.: ;
a 'n
Mt Austin ar: :
photo I fifth stud
tragedy. The boy was an expert Lloyd was a grade has been filling in part time until ous city activities during: the on Ifaete Street when to use the added .

tin* rollnl. Hell, Starke garagrman/ is removing; tm- tank piwtli> I swimmer but was carried! into j ent in the Starke Elementarythe a full time man could be ob coming year. There was no dissentto tit,' limb crashed dot n just IMliiiul *- nance the it-venue !i.

piecr. In the left photo, taken" a week laterery little Is left of the culvert by the powerful curSchool.,i: Besides his parents, he i? tained. the list Hazen submitted.On her car. "\\ to purchase of a ne.<
I I' ought: getsomeone :; fire truck street paving ..':01! ,,.u
resulting from Tuesdays survived by six brothers. and the Council had refuse
tank. rent
Though the Street Maintenance Com to cheek and spraytucsf I er and water lines.
flood waters after a seven-inch'' two sisters. to second a motion submitted by 'I
I mittee will be I. E. Clark as trtfs. '.hu.31(1|. "ItllIIlIIn't
i i rain. Water at that point had Funeral services will be held at W. H. (millyOt'gel) to "dis II I The measure pa.' .l',1 -., .t I iirate
chairman, Joe Andrews III. and U cost Itmuch
as a I
I I to within a foot of the tor : 2 p. m. Friday in Hope Baptist continue the services of B.irden" ; with Councilmen W II I B.
Bradford County Fair Set To Open risen \v. H. (lBillyOE'giJ) : Safety limb falling; on vcneoneould.." i lyl Noegel
i of the bridge and was sweeping Chuith at Theressa. they also seemed hesitant tosec Committee -- Noegel. chairman. Xo action was, taken" on the the abstammgpl"! \':: "
i measure were I. K ciaik. 'I'IC.
ond a motion made by I. K issiir.
Andrews and Mrs. John
County CourtProfanity \ Raid In Daylight Clark for the policeman's reap- Sanitary Committee Ruby Xoegel. (Clifti I Hazen JiMis: Ih.Johns ; ,-..
Monday Judging Is Slated TuesdayBradioid :; anti| Joe A ml it-AS III
; poijitment. chairman. Claik. and Mrs. Johns.
!! The action of the '
The motion was I't.tllc.tanliyI "tn, :il l w.
Andrews will be the only man
Two daylight thieves broke mtc Purchasing Plan the
put increase into imme.i.a .
seconded by Mrs. Ruby Johns.
Case on the Fire Committee. Mi.-
annual atluictiori .
County's t lit' house of :Maxie Carter Sunday effect and will
Mrs. Johns remarked that "yoi raise the ;l iti/t I: '
Johns andoegel will serve on th.
t the Bradford County and made off tax to 10
about!t cent.
men ought to take care of this.I and Ordinances Committee per
Rules Laws
Fair will get underway Mondav $12i, clothes and other items Seen For Starke
with, full .slate of exhibits both know'el'y little about it. and Clark and Noesel will According to the 01,dinar;.
a Heard
01 gamzational and commercial TuesdayA Sheriff P. I II. Reddish said th; The other policemen on the be on the Parks and BeautitK-a- the tax applies to electnnu: i-i

!men pulled lip into the dnvewaj r Starke force had been reappointed tion. I tered or bottled gas. telephon.
lined up and a midway show toprovide The S' II :"- t 'j it\t (Conn,
and began carting out the g'..>ds. at the new Council's first meet- il Tuesiliy I and water service.
the amusements.The i.s.-aut! and bltterhargl' ,, In other action the Council ,
this : ''ThI'Y'l'l t' apparently fnghtene.au.n .I im* two weeks ago but the de- night I tokhe" fn.-t step ; The ordinance stipulated t ti. >j'
officials leported
fair agreed to erect a fence on thl'r.roperty
Griffis was
t. '4 '1 .lInt a man named when they \\t'J't'"n h\,- cisum on Caidt'n's i .iso had been tow--nd I obtaining!: a purchasing $350 of the added tax m.-nev. ,I..;
v.eek that last minute preparations of F. A. Winkler with
,dismissed! and another man namediji.ttis Xt'gio' luldren a. I II..-- t the street. postponed! I attt'i I I i opposition Ill"I system fr the city's operationas i j lected each month will 1>1' M';
for the opening were going of second-hand material. The action I
: was found not guilty tile shenft i said I ('iirlt inueii on Page Si. t hl'Y'Oted to call for bids on aside for the purchase ,.1 a r--.
and ty Monday every taken the of
smoothly in the was on suggestion
using profane language the printing of the I fire truck $125
forms for the
to be
and pauivof '" :
should be set ready
!thir? up heard in CountyCourt City Attorney Arch Thomas who
only used in the system streets and the rest to be
to roll said that the city could have prevented used I
Tuesday. IVhitehead% Fired As The for water and sewer
Feud Council members pipes
'ounty Agent George Huggins county Judge T. A. Yawn dis- Develops the destruction of Wink- generally'
and Agriculture Teacher Joseph and battery ler's fence. i agreed during the discussion that I The streets to be paved in (the
G Wood asked that the livestock Hissed Griffis ,, The fence was torn down : the next and mast important, order named are Bay St. r presS
tiarges against George I step in the I St.. Jefferson St Park
for exhibits be brought ir the motion of County Attor- Between Lawtey Councilmen SheriffA construction crews duringthe installation getting system into Place an!
on operation will be the employmentof Thomas St.
Monday by 6 p. m. to be readyfor nev Mai k Futch. The action was of the new water tank. I

showing the first night. Wood agreed to ty the complainant Lawtey deputy; was' trimmed from the staff of SheriffP. Winkler, in requesting the fence a purchasing agent. The Council took the fust.top

said the animals are to remainon William Dad.1.Judge I). Reddish this week as a feud developed between the be replaced, admitted that the "A 11 you need to set up hereis I toward obtaining the new truckas
after an agent and they instructed Fire Chief
the fair grounds until a stock room. 11
found Henry Grif- sheriff and three members of the old one was in poor condition but
Yawn Lawtey Council.
City So (I
will L----5 Council Chairman W. Carpenter to woik
6 m. Saturday. A guard T. C. (CliffI up specif
p. said he wanted one there torn.ti
be on duty to look after the exhibits fis innocent of a charge of using :,: far the weapons in the battle have Wen letters and a news- k lines Hazen remarked. Other members i I cations to be used in ordering the
conflict- :: boundary i '
at night. 01TO THE FAIR LjuiiUhite. : profane language after paper ad.Lawtey. thought that the stock room 'j truck.
10. I.. not going to ride !!, testimony developed in a noir The Council also accepted bid :
ing Reddish
notified C. R. Whitehead would he for !!I
of the animals will unnecessary a town Carpenter told the Conned i'
Judging hK prize heifer tt) the County contendre hearing after the court that his of $::6.50 on a 1947 Ford which of' this size.
begin about 1 m. Tuesday and as ;i would be about 10 months before
p. fair Monday, but !tht"iU be was adjourned.The Residents was confiscated by the city while
continue during the afternoon deputy sheriff was terminated Four of the Council members i I the truck can be delivered. The
there to vie for some of the $3.>0 hearing was called to ait1 immediately. His letter dated being used to transport illicit :'I
Wood said. About $350 in prizemoney Hazen. Joe Andrews III, W. H. trucks are built after the ordoiis
award money to be handed out. the judge in rendering judgement ;: Oct. 16, gave no reason for his liquor. The bid was submitted by
is on hand he said. Adults, (Billy 1 Xoegel and I. K. Clark placed according to the speetficationa
Lynn is active in 4-11 club \\01'.... in the case after Griffis' attor- Complain About action. A. II Harley. Jr I
as well as the youngsters, will along;: with City Clerk Carl Johns requested by the cit\

be eligible to win cash awards :j ney. Lex Gieen told the court Whitehead S. M. Brown and went to Gainesville and Ocala : ordering the truck the fire i hie:
The awards will be handed out j I that Griffis had decided not t"j H. C. Kelly. Lawtey City Council Football Saturday Monday to study the purchasing;; said.I .

Saturday. j 5 Intoxication j contest the case and wanted tti Phone ServiceThe members signed: an ad in the set-ups in those cities. I Indications that some of the
i i withdraw his not guilty plea."In .
William J. Cowen. county agent Telegraph last week which questioned They came back with enthusiastic -'Council members weie seeking

tor Union County. will do the I i this case the truth Is no*, Llle ,'ll.ed for four deputies Midgets Slated : rrpoits of the operationsin I a still greater flow of monev into

judging of the hogs and cattle Fines Levied too I clear." the judge commented Flux .d.v Railroad and Public in I..awtey. those places and were especially 1 the city's treasury was shown

said and A. T. Andrews | as he released Griffis of the Utilities Commission Friday heldan The ad read .
lIuggins : "Lawtey has had impressed with the efficiency I ItS suggestions of othei son I l'-

u-ssistant county agent of I charges. unscheduled session to hear a town marshal and a deputy For Full Game with which the Gainesville system -i of revenue came up.

A la'huCounty.. will judge the 1 I Cuilty: verdicts for public Intoxication On the witness stand. Griffit complaints about the telephone sheriff for years. We. the City woiked. I Andrews said that Councilman

poultry anj rabbits. I(I were handed down in five of denied that he had cursed! the ,I service in the Lawtey area. I II Council of Lawtey. ale wonderingwhy "The purchasing system will '' making a trip to Gainesville and

Kxhib-.ts from the women and ,.the 11 cases! heard by Mayor W. complainant. Kenneth Bagwell Four La\\ tey residents Cecil you have just lately appointed Football fans in Starke will keep down unnecessary purchases i Ocala :\Iondito look into the

gills of the county under thesupervision I T. Jackson in Mayor's Court but said that he had been cursed Whitt-head Dick Thomas H. C. another white deputy and have an opportunity to see plentyof and keep the Council from tying pun'hasingsstE'ms: used in those

of Miss Dorothy loss 'I Monday. by Bagwell. He also accused! Bag Kelly and Hubert Priest told two Negro deputies, making a football action this weekendeven up( money unnt'ct'lsanly.n- | cities also delved into the matteiContinued

will include canned .gootLs. baked Bonds of $25 were forfeited byKennie I well of backing a truck at him commission members they were. total of four deputies at Lawtey. though the Tornadoes arc diews said.Stephens. I on Page Si

(1'.inducts. clothing needlework ( while he was standing behind it. We wonder if Lawtey is the playing down in Deland.
i r nits and dried flower arrange Kite and Ellis Stalling ( Under questioning by Green promised dial service and expansion meanest spot in the ('ountry1': The midgets will square off at

ments. both charged with intoxication. I Bagwell denied that he had used two years ago and it hasn't don't think so!" -1 1Whitehead's ;'::30 pm. Saturday at the High

Special days for the school Buck Covington. Negro was sentenced any curse words during the epi- been provided yet. The commission I letter in reply io ]:School Stadium to play their first Stars As Tornadoes Hold

i hildren have been set aside Wednesday to $25. or five days after :! sode. He was backed up in this met with the Lawtey men the notice terminating his ap- ]full regulation gridiron tilt. The

and Thursday. On Wednesday being found guilty of the same I, statement ty a witness, Edwin j and phone officials immediately !; pointment said: "I have today received .Junior High youngsters will battle

afternoon the white 'hil- charge. He had pleaded not guilty. I Thornton. |: following the rate increase hear- your notice terminating my ',for four eight minute quarters.In Top Palatka Squad To 7-0 MarginThe

dien will take over the fairgrounds I According to the testimony. | ing of the company.H. services as Deputy Sheriff. Kindly previous contests they have

and Thursday afternoonwill Walter Smith. Negro and Curtis i i the argument developed over n j A. Bishjnp Jr., manager of advise me as to the names of been limited to only a few minutesof

be reserved for the Negrcvoungstets. I Norris. a seaman both pleaded | fence which Bagwell had torn i I the telephone company said that ,:, negro deputy sheriffs recently play as a sideline to the Tornado Bradford High Tornadoes yard line

guilty to I i down. The fence was betweer and who ,who last Fndaj weathered a rough; The Maroons had gained a first
public intoxication | all of the equipment is in place: appointed by you now games.
Billy Graham exhibit chair storm to lose 7-0 to the Palatka down on the TOI nadoes' six. but
I charges and were penalized $25 land owned by Bagwell and lanawhich i and the operation is being held up have authority to arrest ourwhite \ But Saturday the youngsterswill
said this week that squad which is considered one of thanks to Stephens and
man early a
had been sold by Griffir citizens as I have had company
!or five days. ty the, slow shipment of dial tone 1 a provide the whole show, and the
few are still available foi i' best in the state tonight could get no farther and the
spa'es I I but to w hich he still held the i equipment and truck lines. number of inquiries as to this it's to be fast
Two predicted a mov-
i-ommercial exhibits. Graham said Negro women. Annie John- title. matter." j Friday( ) will journey to Deland Bradford boys took over the ball.
fon and Ethel Ellis. also received Bishop said this equipment has j ing event. to meet
team which
that commercial exhibits can set I a hasn't won : The lone Palatka score came in
sentences of ;) Griffis said that Bagwell was' been order for several months. Reddish said' that Robeit Alston -
$2 five "We
their exhibits up on Monday. The or days after on j are expectnig a highsrorin P. game all season. the second quarter after back
admitting to fighting. trying to change the boundary "It's true the service is not i j one of the Negro deputies resigned ball game." J. B. Dick. I' Coach Lennard
tent to house the commercia' Register said Kenny Morris ran a punt back
I'i lines. Bagwell said: he tore dowr''| what it should be." said. ,j I about three weeks ago. ;
showings will be erected sometime In other cases: Roy Martin forfeited ; Bishop '' t'.irector of the program. said. i the Deland team is "improvingfast. 31 yards to the BUS 36.:
Sunday. he said. I a $3f bond after failing to'!'I I the fence which was rotting SC'1 He added that it's a matter of',|After the removal of Whitehead. "When these lads are in a game Palatka is the only common The Palatkans began a drive
that he could build a better one :: lack. of i! Reddish said. Lawtey is left with "
The midway will be set up by I appear to answer charges of reckless money.Commission anything can happen. i foe that has been met by both which resulted in a TD seven
in the same place. !1I I two deputies. i I
'hf C A. Stephens shows, the I.i driving, running a stop sign Chairman Wilbur I Dick said the boys will have Bradford High and Deland. eland !i, plays later. The kick for the extra -
I "I don't believe they will call
sameonoern which provided thejides and causing an accident.A i Judge Yawn. in len eling the King directed Bishop to turn in a 1'1'ame jerseys for the con- lost their tilt with the Palatka point was good. _
i that too he added.\ The
and amusements last year I $25 fine was forfeited by j verdict warnej Griffis to 'qeaveoff weekly leport concerning the progress I remaining many deputies in the north test. One team will be outfitted Maroons by a resounding 52-0. The deepest penetration made

The fairgrounds will open ur \\'. P. Reames. Jr. on a reckless i some of the cussing if you of the Lawtey project. He i Bradford town are Russell Redding in white jerseys and the opposing According to the statistics. the .bj the Tornadoes into the territory
have been in the habit of
about dark every evening ex ,driving charge I t cussing was advised by Bishop that theI team with red jerse's.Coach i Tornadoes were trampled by thr of the Maroons came early
who took over full deputyduties
,'. | at your neighbors. He said that system will be in operation 21 : Maroons
.pt on the children's days Wednesday I I Jerome Johns. of on the rainsoaked gridiron iii the fourth quarter as Harold
Lloyd pilot
i Miller and Robert Gaddy. other complaints had come in I on Oct. 1. and'alll'r Perkins -
:and Thursday when ma'ti I :Negro' forfeited $10 fines or 'lays after the equipment arrives. i a Negro. the team which took a 19-0 shel- last Friday. But the statistics Godwin pushed for eight yards to
on the man and added. "Don't
flees will be held. con- "I think the trouble with the I i don't take into the account the the Palatka 37. On two other
:.charges of running red lights. duct yourself in such a way that Reddish\ listed his deputies in bilking the last time the young- oc
Starke is that its
I company outstanding defense
the Tornadoes had
II 1 performance casions. crossed
I I the County as J. A. Sasser, coun- sters played has reshuffled hisIme
aic gi; eater than its ability to displayed by the Bradford
Coun- into Maroon
and it to be territory but 1'0111.1make
tjailer.. Fate Brown. Redding, up expects moreeffective. .
PHONE EXPANSION meet the financial demand. King ty boys. especially the brilliant .
PLANS TOLD Robert 'ox of Hampton and J A Dick said. no headway.The

'nmmE'ntt'dEscaped (;n1nn of Theressa The admission for the night'sI ] work of Tackle Fieddie Stephens Tornadoes gained only 61

I Whitehead said he had! been ndepntv I erformance will be 50 cents for as he upset the plans of the yards during the 4S minutes of

Panel Hears Bid For BoostThe Convict for 19 years .dulls and 25 cents for children. Palatkans time and time again.The : playas compared with 405 gainedby

Tornadoes displayed the the Maroons. Godwin was the
tactics which unnerved the Palat- BUS
,pleading ground gainer ao(

drrlaion on hether ,J: not Steals Car HereA ka eleven as they set up a stonewall he stacked up 40 yards with \'i:

patron. of the Staike Telephone tne I planned I e.xpan.MonCommission: hanging/; .it!;i.li service Streets, Buildings Flooded As Rains early in the second half to I :arne

"i'o w1!;! pa\ higher lates now Chairman Wilbur Most of the testimony was ent- convict who escaped\ finm stop the :Maroon.-- ;Iii.' IJHS 1.\ > i (" 11' .nu.-,! .r' 1'.,;;. i

King/; probed into the company'splans ,, eied 1 around figures in the telephone the state road camp at Doctoi's
jests .Ih
: \\ the Florida Railroad
.n.l Public Utilities Coir.mission.! for expansion in the event |i compan> '.s petition for the Inlet Friday made a layover stop Pour Down On Area; Schools Close

The ii ice-man commission Fri.t the increase was granted and the. rate increase The figures indicated in Statke for a little refreshment

!loan obtained 1|I I the financial for 195:
t..k testimony H. picture and a change:: of transportationbefore
> from H.
King seemed expecially concerned i!i and showed what effect the in- continuing his flight westward :M t'i\ .si'ct., n<> of S'.aike: '.' t': ,I' 'hf ( ,,1I1l!V but nnni .> ."' ,
f'abaniss. accounting representave i'I ,
over sen-ice to the rural areas i'i crease would produce. ,'nd1'at"I' Tuesday night: after passable If t the rains hid 1 ,.
ot the firm and II. A. BishopI I I
an.\ asked Bishop if the rural i The attorney and staff of the -I Tic poured down ste.llLiiIond.iv nued mill h longer. the Old K .>-
I Igeneral manager, as they instigated The 'convict. George L. Bryant. !
.. woik would proceed at the same Commission probed into the items night and Tuesday but no snaiorInmnge le\ Lake load outside) of ;<:' i ri.- I
the financial i
picturethe ,,28. was recaptured after being ii
,. rate as the work on the dial conversion and questioned some of the has been reported and would have: had to bo 1 iY.:.> ke-i .t? : i iI
company. No witnesses ; | halted with gunfire at Alachua.
iiweared in opposition to the bid project.' ; figure*. especially ones which Sheriff Brown nianv welcomed the down pour Several cars went into the di: '. I
increase. Bishop repled that the company I jseemd at variance with figures Deputy reported -: as a boon to the drying up lakes <>n the lake road when the d.v l! >- i
a !.Ite i
that while in Starke.
is extending! sen-ice into the i listed in the annual financial report i[knd! streams. were unable to see whose th- "I'
in the heart
1 K brought out !
wt> ; Bryant stole a car belonging to! .
rural fast is A comparison of the rainfall The condition-" > .
areas as as money \ which is submitted: to the i was. same -
the the
i; t i one of reasons
the Hercules Powder
made available for the work. "If commission. Co. from records indicates that Starke bore on U.S. 301 from near th.S .
in ,iis seeking the increase is in front of Lion's Den. '
.' -ivtde, a firm financial basis the l loan goes through." he said. 1 Guyte McCord. attorney for the the brunt of the rainfall in the downtown area past th. :n (,' .
; ,
It also '
stone to obtaining a'' we will put a phone in to every commission took note that the was reported tnat Bry-j immediate area. Six to seven'.ton.

'pping. farmer who wants it." 5211.000'alue set for the telephone -ant drank beer in a Call St. : 'n'hes were dumped on the city It was also rrnorto,!! .
t. finance proposed expan- I (
'I\ "..leetS.ing. The company plans call for an planf was not listed in the 'r-oon.establishment during Friday after- j I j'n' a 24-hour period according to :I street was underwav-- .

-, -\- on the financial increase of 500 subscribers in a annual report Cabaniss said that !!'mofficial guages here. water was up to the .

Bishop 10 year period with the biggest this figure was established afteran Bryant drove from Starke to The official station at Raiford of seveial houses on "
of company.
-, 'Mthe owner H. A. Bishop ( growth expected in the northwest appraisal in January and has Worthington Springs where police':'rpporded three and a half inches. &f nearby Alligator c, .-.

nickel of section of the County. Bishop ; been filed with the commission. reported that he broke into a Three and a half inches were also flowed its banks.
!!I'.-:I"t drawn a pay ;;
-ix months." ; said. | though not yet formally approved. .store and stole a pickup. He was I recorded at Camp Blanding. The::, At least one busineI --

nder the rate increase re- i\i Kin also probed into the time 1 Approval must be given by the :I1 in-sued by the store owner and i! Santa Fe Fire Tower on U.S. 301 I j''to close because of t---

'stt-l. the company will receive;1: needed to convert the system to commission before the figure can 'the chase was taken up by Ala- I near the Alachua County line recorded -!!j Gold Restaurant shut .i l >

-> i "i7t; more revenue annually\<: dial and get well along ii. other I| be accepted for the purposes in :\-hua County deputies who'stop- 5.9 inches. '[6:30 after the rain stat!

in accounts already serviced i; expansion. "From the date of :, the petition. the counsel said. I ped the convict by shooting one I. The rains brought an unscheduled -'in the doors. The restau t')>' "

nil .!-. additional $.i.G\Il after i commitment of the money it will! J I The $10 service expense which ,of the tires on the truck. holiday for the County's ager said that about three- :

Je!'> that are on hand are ''I take about IS months." Bishop i.I the petition established for each | Bryant was serving a term of j school children Wednesday as the of water came into the 1'-- .ti -

!iledUiJiop! stated. The company's program i telephone was challenged by the i four years and nine months for schools closed because the water ment. The Tornado taikles tttr mijor factor in holding back the

said that the n re in- I calls for a system being established | staff members. i i :auto theft in Alachua Countv. Another Ii had made many of the roads The electricity was off fi, I .1 Maroon tide at Palatka last Friday night. The tackle* on the

-e.t:... requested at this ti will in which patrons both rural 1 "Is it going to cost S10 a year convict Daniel Wade. es- virtually impassable for the school few minutes in the southwest pan
I I Tornado rostr 1-r. \\illiam Mike Goldwire.and
are. knHuig Parrish .
:a.r nut the company in a f' rable! and city in all parts of the three to keep up telephone stations .\iped with Bryant bt: has not buses. of the city as workmen repaired

; :"---i ''WVU..Ito' obtain the ', but I I exchanges -- Starke. 1.3\\tt'Y' and l I which cost 1250." it was asked I ,.. r. ,IPFehl':1lledhk was Sh.-sruT! P D Reddish! reported "ne (If the feeder Imp ..n Mi Lr. Tommy Starling. :Standing. Freddie Stephens (star of Friday

:: i. no; be sufficient t. ';.inieI : King.-ley Lake -- wil': !have ir.ter- .Ci.nt.pued! on Page ,> r ver\rc: a :.fe :.errr. f.. r rt:.<' *lii' ma1"ruad* were :l" > 'e-i s: ','. T.. h ha 1 burned! .1 i ..' .-. night's performance i Hal Vtillhuns anil Calvin Paceoge.



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editorialAmendment the .\. J. Fender lest FL'.I! :


Mi- Tommy Gill of B!.in J.t,.: Kt'-:tetlc Stiff-M: !,>... t. '.:.

:ind MiHubert: Myrick aid -..n) FARM i t'Hl!' ii;' if'itx' 'i' I. .
li> .Ml* II \1111..11' .
Revising Judicial i'i MuKe were recent u.-'t.. : \J-i- :: San .\r..v: l I", -.

..A AA AA AA AA ALA........ _u.-t- LI the H. M. MiKa.MB .- IJan.. t Turner M-t and Mi". I.. 1. \\' '. .. _

System Seems JustifiedOn .' ': i,, dl1'r! K:If-N ..t MlM H. A Carlton of Haituid [I'h"n 13.i.,1AA '; i !1.I11.11y Wtt .', F : .
und: Mis Fiank L.iionil and !1'rt'ii; ,'h :sundavtsi ..
: : H H L MIS were :\11'1 ; i: i. !"
I .. ).I5: lii-hop Thomas and ihildren of Jacksonville stoppedby AA LA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA11r. t.t-in.l.\\ and si-'t,: :MMis : .... :
:Nov (j the \'II t'rof: Florida will U .'.aifd > 'T i I...\ "i Kiooker, Mr. and Mrs. for a short visit with the and! Mi I. I>u!i.'ii |have \'. \\ Tucker ,,

t' < \ -pp: ; ot Heilbronn 11rs.I.LI :1"1: t t.w wl''ks''ISlt Mr and Mi.s 1. wtI'I i :
one of the most important of these will b th.' : I.e.M.and children visit telatives m Lake Butler. ..
< \ of with tne .,, a- lind.I.1l1'.tS. M I' '; : \! -
: s. r-r-I: :jA ,nl l ,iiUuhtti : -
first of the proposed) constitutional amendment cL 1d ff MiiKe and Mr and Mrs. W. C. We are sorry to report the Ill- '. .I I I. Hobb..till! .n.: .
lifted! on the ballot UN 'Ton>titutional Ameruinu 4i'LU C'>.i,nei tail d.nightet, Yvonne. ness of Rollin GriffIS in the Lake Mi ,1n.1 M- .J I p Lewis. In .I... ksnnvilleMi .
$ iv ann.ill .
.1\l it'! *; \ e.Mananni m:
nt to Article V. s Mi and Mrs Earl Goodman of Butler hospital. : ..mdt: :"- t't! h _
Mr and Mis Clyde Hersey and .IP. Si Algut.nt'It t,,n, 'r; i'.tn.un! < t't\ : .\ .,'
Article V i is the Judicial article of the flori- ;
up entirely. son of Green Cove Spring>. and ami M-x M pv Rattett! end to attend! tie \AIM It 1 .

da Constitution the article which outlines the Mr and Mis B.\I M<_Hae' of \i-.te-l. : his! [poled: ;- Min; M--! .. .1 I >.U: .-!"t.1 M\.-I'I .' I I h'1t't \

structure of courts in the state and sets up 4 Starke visited the II.1.. MiRae.Punday .- \\ l' Bam": .'' M I ,;itiu'::,' : .-t I:.,', .. ..
Right in our section, we have a i
standards; which tend to determine the qualityof after noon. l
good supply of moisture in the if
justice that the people) of Florida can obtain ground. Although, we hear that in J. P. Smith of Oilaniio spent
No: major the weekend with the .1. J. Fen
changes have been made in the other sections such as Brooker '

Judicial article since it wa. drafted in 188;). The they can us' more. But if they ders.
provisions of the article which were designed fora ever get what they need in Those who visited Mis Lam.iMillae "WAIT UNTIL I 1iIVEl I
Brooker we'll be floating aroundon and }lr. and 111-. (>->' i:
state with
a population of :300,000 cannot be
made to fit the needs l of a state which has grown roof tops near Lawtey. Hall at Waldo Thui.-.da\ ut 11.-: / l YOU A RECEIPT I !
week were the II M Millaes Mi ,
to nearly 000.000 in population in the 70 ,
years Mis T. N. Notion oi H.-ii-
Hear that used the and :
man into
since the article was adopted. ? District mower recently hart to brunn, and Mis nobel T-i\l 1 \\ \ 4 MRS. SMITH" I

As a result of the limited court / ,, he 01" Olustee They also \'. lt.'d'11 I
machinery ------------------------ ------------ --- hunt for a well pipe on a place
permitted under the 13S5: document. the east III had just mowed. He finally found and MrJames H.tll and 1.1:mhoi 1\

loads in the courts have become jammed forcing
litigants to wait many months in some instances: IIIIII IIIIII pipe off. flush with the ground .1 Idll'.f Cr."hI..k..- .
before their cases can be heard. This amount
to an injustice in itself. As the Florida Jar! has <
said. "If justice !becomes an endurance contesta : IIIII IIIII IIIII above her back when g1mg From where I sit..by Joe Marsh I

trial who < :a drench. as he this will
of can outlast the other fellow" tin'n IIIII says

a factor: other than who's right may decide t the IIIIII
The major accomplishment of the article to < :
be voted Nov will IIIIII : Facts About County Fores'Pife' !
upon G be to establish three <

appellate courts in the state to absorb: most: of < IIIIII County, and it answers all the
the cases which can now be appealed only to tin <
questions any voter would want to i You too, can have a whenever
Barn Owl font rot'*ry still liKk OUT till' -.dll11: !I'l f'Hitnke !;'' receipt you
Supreme Court. V\t tented the Sou (Ilnht'Itautut -
know It scents to us that it explains -
in our to\\ n. One group .- -, iiinou: ) ur cl ..1.-1.," ',
La.st year the Florida Supreme Court was; Uistiii : mow i"! tin- wel'k.and the proposition very full rages pay a bill. Use the safe, modern, convenient
claims oK should l hI' protectedbecause and the culprit!
compelled to handle l."'J,; cases compared to ilna'nlJ'e did siiiiuIIIOUIIIK/: However, and fairly and that after leading -
whatte thought would\ be a.simple they eat terniin. The From where Isitldoubt: if Ihi- method of The -'
payment. checking
it, will be of accet'method.
voters in favor
load of 833; : : for the other
: cases: :supremecourts other faction hold, that those
job was lull of pioblems the available will end the owl] argument.! I'eo-
Copies are
in the country.The program. little howlers also eat chiikeiis We invite
as usual. from George Hugjjins. Pie hatedifft'nlopinion'.onllu you to open a checking
intermediate courts provided for in the and should be shot subject -ju-t as they hate dil-
amendment will have the i power to settle most Now Pops Parker claims both ferent opinions about whether account at this bank.
the hydraulic lift on thetractor "
of the cases appealed! from trial courts. ]By thus work and it took some persimmon puddingthis parties are right AU owls cleanup beer, tea or what-have-you: makes I
wouldn't week (from our own
relieving the congestion on the Supreme) Court, per- vermin. Some owls also clean the best thirst 'lut'ndwr.Iamint': V
hours to get it going again. simmons and it certainly was
and since the out an occasional hen yard. the facts and make up tour own
be obtained
speedier justice can sediment that
: Trouble was some good. Wish we had more of them
justices will have more time to consider each had gathered around the outlet The way to spot a bad ov'I, ac mind.Isay..andbethaniulxecording ;

case a higher quality of justice will surely be valve of the hydraulic pump Our dog L*"'. ;had 0. ',sonic sort oi! to Pops, is to put up a hiexhrretlu'' \\1:;- .: FLORIDA BANK STARKE ,

forthcoming.The apparently for it finally flushedout 10-foot pole in the chicken run 'h'i.fo
attack this week, and we are afraid '
and the lift worked all right. with a No. 2 trap on it. A marauding -
new amendment will also allow greater that we are going to lose. r9 tUtl., Member Florida National Group ,
But then the mower had a flat bird generally perches to
flexibility, by allowing the judges to be shifted tire, and our flat steel brackets him. We treated him for heart t or.d.A

around over the state to relieve heavy work load wouldn't fit so we had to drill worms it may about be that two we eai.s didn ago< UMI, an II t:I I II (o"ITi/rr, 1"';',. I. ii .,J "1/1.., /r":1 'rs f''n./'III''
that develop Other provisions of the amend- 5-16th holes in tough! steel by

ment will eliminate the obsolete items in the old hand. Altogether it took the best .. I

article and produce a smooth operation) of the part of a day just to get teady to "

judicial system in Florida. do some mowing. -';:','

We endorse this amendment and believe it The rotary*mower itsnrks fegsgs sssgsgia s

will provide the court system with the machinery 1 ,
fine, and see think it is'ondt: >1'- : : :
to meet the judicial needs of a. growing, dynamic ful setup where you fan rent
1 Y A :
state. equipment like the url"'PI' or

pram drill at a reasonab'" (har=reVe

\ didn't do all the wo-k we
.... ,
planned because our la-'i was -
South Will Not Be '
bedded up. and the mov worked -

fine when we Kept i top of
'Led Astray' This TimeThe the beds but when the !:.CS eot : .

down in the drain ,.uow the

following, from t the pin of Ilalph Me Gill, blade touched the soild stalled ,yw.......m., _-? "
editor of the Atlanta Constitution. presents a the tractor. !

message: that we heliexe should 'pasxtl on to allathis .. ti'- .,
readers Add to the fact thatKatrinka's __ \
our : front wheels have aterniercy .
to turn inside out (just / '
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There has never been "one South." There when you're trying to make a iB ,::r"-::"... : : ..
"Souths." turn, and can't backup and you "iS"
were, and are many

Hut in 193G.: out of its increasing economicand can ual troubles imagine that\Ve are we going had our to us-re- \ i' -- 'I
\t : -
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political maturity, that region generally member all these things if we : :

lumped together as "The South" will be a unitin ever hire anyone to do work for ,

its support of the Democratic) nominees, Adlai us because it is seldom that any- -

Stevenson and Estes Kl' auHr. job on a farm runs smoothly. .:

facade of the .
In 1952.; before the bogus :
Our soil in left field has been -
Eisenhower administration could be seen, four well protected from the summersun ..... ,.... -'.....
Southern States allowed themselves to be lured by grass and weeds. In fact

down the political primrose path which the Republican we found our berry beds to be almost -

propagandists had lined with so many in the same condition as

billboards on which were slogans of promisesnever they were in thespnng. with mostof

intended to be kept. These states learneda the mother plants still alive
and lots of But it is such

before bitter the'o1 lesson and<'rs they returned were disenchanted the Congress: long to a job to get them out. Here New Task-Force 57 Chevrolet Trucks I

I Democratic control in 1931.); Well, the dug .fennt'l* is blooming

This is not to say that all are happy in 1936.!) and as the ,!;saying goes, it will be

There are still small elements of rebellion. Hut six weeks to frost. Hope the frost

this time those who make it up are most angry holds off because there are a Performance-proved in a history-making test

against: what they call the "betrayal of 1932; ," number of growers who have fall

and in their anger seek to create a third or crops them., and an early frost will hurt on the ALCAN Highway to AlaskaThe

splinter party. They are receiving little encour
agement.The Speaking: of m-ords yields;
politically maturing South has learned George Huggins was telling UK Alcan Highway n the road where tnuks 'rOIllId before FIRST WITH THE MOST MODERN FEATURES!

the hard way that a third party movement is a other day about a man named I their time. The road where gravel endlessly sledgehammers New 283-cufai'c-inch Toslmosler VB delivers 160 high-torque horse
dead-end street. Clyde Lewis who got coo bushelsof life out of trucks. Where a fog of superfine dust chokes engines, power. Standard in Series 5000, 7000 and 8000, optional in Series
cukes per acre. George said Uu.: and \icious ruts subject chassis to months of wear in a few 6000 at extra cost Horsepower ranges up to 210 in Chevrolet's
The South will go for Stevenson also becauseof man had put anhydrous ammonia hundred miles. complete line-up of modern V8 and 6 truck engines.

the two candidates of 1932.: he alone has stood under his crop before planting, Revolutionary Powermolic; Transmission exclusive with Chevrolet
Six new 57 Chevrolet trucks mediumand
the test. What he said four years ago) may be representing.Ilght-, trucks! This six-speed automatic, designed specifically for heavy-duty
heavy-duty models and loaded witrTcargo roared
slid again today without having to change any \Ve hear that UI'OIJornun. hauling, is an extra-cost option in Series 5000 and 6000 and all
north from Dawson Creek. B. C. 1.520 miles
through of moun-
t heavy-djty truck models.
word or promi.so. for one is picking cukes right Hydra-Mafic is offered in 3000 and 4000
tams and mire, rain and hail to Fairbanks Alaska
Running Series models at extra cost.
nowDon't know if he is in on i it,
The grass roots of the political South are : around the clock they made this tortuous
trip-normally a
or not. but there was a product. New J 1957 word-s/v/ing/ gives Chevrolet trucks an even fresher,
stirring. as they did not in 1932.: Political man around here a while ag 72-hour run-in less than 45 hours. The fleet made normal stops fleeter appearance. There are three different and distinctive styling

leaders in the states who. four years ago, sulkedin trying to get some cuke growers: along the way and maintained safe and legal speeds. As a special treatments

tents of discontent. are active and alert to lined up for this fall. test during the run, two of the trucks went the entire distance LCF. models outdate the C.O.E. because they're lower, handsomer,

the challenges. Others who in the past election a without once having their engines stopped! easier to get into and out of, and save time in routine engine main-

n1l'rt'lyl'nt through the motions of supportingthe Foster Shi Smith just got t L It's all down in the A A A record hook. .And more beside tenance. Yet they offer all the traditional C.O.E advantages.Heovywei'gM .

party's nominees today areocal: and deter: small herd (about 20'> of registered .' Never before has a new truck been so thorough! proved Come! Champs with Triple-Torque tandem are rated at 32,000
'Hereford cattle. He wOrm I Ibs. GVW, 50,000 Ibs. GCW And Chevrolet's advanced tandem axle
mined. in and howell these
see new ALan champs
measure to
them right away, and said he up unit offers a built-in three-speed power divider-plus a unique "self-
The too, feel 1 it. It almost seems as jour job.
I plans to do so again in about t steering" action that reduces tire wear and increases handling ease.
if the average citizen, troubled with inflation and three weeks. He used liquid FT2:
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costs of living, nonetheless has come to see for and gave it as a drench. Foste!" I .
himself how much of the bogus quality there i ii is i I'ltinr.s ag t:ns* iL-in a <'i w', : :

i in Administration which keeps telling him _

i' how prosperous he is, but never tells him win

, '... his wife needs more money for the children's FRIG1DAIRETHE
I clothing food. and recreation why the hank

and mortage rates are ups or why his pay check BCST-KXOWX

generally buys less and le>s. NAME ELECTRIC J

There is a realization, even on the part lit't KKriHGERATIOXRANGES
most of those who strongly oppose some of the ; f
...,,.w.w..m. ,
platform protisions of \both parties, that th<' WATER HEATERS: 1&& .r.%4Krinvmw.-.wygrmp:

South's hest place i is in the one truly national AIR CONDITIONERS

nartv the only one which by trial and error WASHERS: & DRYERSGet 1

I' has learned how: to work things out in the American The ;.........., ..' ,
Rest for Less
I \\ay--thl Democratic Party. Alcan fleet gets up to 18,17 miles per gallon! Th'h.' All the in DRIVE .
rr ee way range I f" t'n !1'sio' ',. tr-
: J ippeu '
i25' S'.2.sS'S'.52.525"S' ;'5'.52525:: : AtSmith's reported b> the Came C.r:..", w.Ui i 'miun., .-tei 6 ...nJt ,. }, ',ji, ., : -,..- :L ...' .1.I l. iiKI .. _: .I. .:.'>;H.> lu: rtj:J ;-::d rang,:

EST. 1879 !! Only franchised Chevrolet dealer* '''i ----J 4i' di-play this famous trademark

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Eayless Highway Church and liams ot Jacksonville were weekend !':i.".('('nt.. spent Sund.iv in J.uk.-. < -' ., I
Evergreen were Mr. and Mrs. guests of her patents, Mr ;,; ville with the! A. J. Yaib rough! 4"d. ," ___ _. __ __ _'_ .-;" _'_-. "jft-: .

\ : Carl Hilliard, Mesdames Fred and Mrs. Ed Durban. ': lamily. SERVICE MEN

Moore, Arthur Pearce, Clyde Hi- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews and Mr. and MrsRowell Prevatt A6P MARKS IT'S 9th ANNIVERSARY THIS MONTH WITH. I
att O. J. Anders, Troy Bennett.and family of Tampa were weekend and family spent the weekend in
By Mrs. Joyce T. lytcbI.aaaa.aasaaasasaaa.a j R W. Mosely. guests of Mrs. Commodore Crews Lake Duller with Mr. and Mrs\ '

'1 )lr. and Mrs. Carl Mosely and and daughters. They all visited Ernest Southerland.i .

.ho Mi h.and Mb Mrs.tn living F. C. Ki with< hauls the, were son and Tuesday the C.evening S. Mosely guests family of I Commodore on Sunday. Crews in Tallahassee i,I i 1 were visiting. Preston Mr.Green and Mrs.and W.H.Ben 'j ji ., ..' illiJ( \ (t rl (U i } If )

Preston l Green for the last few the J. C. Pringles in Palatka. I' )Ir. and Mrs. Frank Quinn and i;i Bennett, in Warner Robbins, Ga. i ; U ) .
months, have moved to liallI.Don't | Mis. Luther Hilliard and Mrs. daughter Debbie of KnoxviUe. the first of last week. The BenI ; ;
':, Louiebelle: U'ainwright were in Tenn. were Friday overnight I I netts came home Tyith them for ;> .
forget Homecoming at I iDaJgreen, Va. last week to bring guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Jack the weekend. Other guests of the'' flj "f,) 1 t I' TIIII t I,' or ih'rhr""h /
the :Methodist Church Oct.X21.. | Miss Bettie Waimvnght home. Estes. I I I Greens .duril'lg the we'kendwre 'i ii IJ( I ,

Kveivune attend, i.s cordially invited to| Among those attending Home- The T.Y.. Tatum family attended I Mrs.\ Nona Evans of Jacksonville :'" : t\\ JJ#' UTTTER[ r J'D1Y.CIl I

I coining at Long Branch Sunday a convention at Lowell I Mrs Pearl Bennett of Lake City. Ii', (: \
The Bill Turners have moved 'were the James Waters family I, Church on Sunday.Mr. !.Mr. and Mrs. Edison Green of "". 'i.., 197

back to Lawtey from Keystoneand I I Mrs. Sam Hicks, Mr. and Mrs I and Mrs. Bobby Dyal: of Madison and Mr. and Mrs Fail / Ib 69c .IrJ.'UftI.JU .
are occupying the Jim Moore 0 Howell of Green Cove. .< ;
Glenn Shuford Mr. and Mrs. Hampton visited )Ir, and Mrs.L. \ ANNIVERSARY
home.MrL. J. Anders and Billy, the Wmton I I' P. I: fuse and Joan on Sat- I Mrs. Effie Boatwnght and S i ; 9-1956
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs had Parrish family, Mrs. Brad Norton family were in Macclenny Saturday ; I
as guests during the weekendthe I and family, Mrs. Selma :Eunice. i ii i urday.The Roy Griffis family spent : for a visit with Mrs. Cas- :, FREE PRIZES

Casey Dobbs Burney Dobbs i Jimmy Eunice, Mrs. J. S. Eunice 1 and Sunday in Jack- sie Manning. The Boatwnghts | Irs11 Pure Coffee It's :'\
families of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. | Mr and t'J reUhralion( of A&PV. i7th Anniersnry .
the Leonard Prevails Leroy Mrs. M. had as undaguests ) >OU.I'
I : sonville with Mr. and | :\ \.l' INSTANTCOFFEE: :
Mrs. Robert Ward Mr. and Mrs. Smith and<< family, and June t Mrs. WinstonIanning and son. :i Ar I thi-s store is ;lining: ) attar absolutely -

Joe McGee and Mr. Thomas of 1! Brown. :I L. Thompson.Mrs.. Leona Edwards, with Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. syl'ester1an- i k r" A.G A a free without obligation) mans
Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams I fling of Macclenny. II i handsome prizes such a*
: Louie Lee Wainwright
Those attending the Xew River and son of Lake City were Sunday : of the State Farm, attended a 1 Miss Jackie Harley of Jaik- I i F F E E (;JE: HADIO) (iE MIXWEI.I. MIXER:
Annual Association. Meeting at guests of the II. E. Priests. 'sonville! spent the weekend with ,, .
I birthday dinner honoring Barbara m w WEST BE I AUTOMATIC PER'U
| Jimmy Eunice of Middle Geor- : Jean Tucker at the home of herd I I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. L.ATOR11'ESTIN(1101'SE: : HANI: )
FOR DEPENDABLE gia College, Cochran, Ga., spent I II Sunday. i Harley. Mrs. Harley leturned Arthur L Gieen. >.>n of Mi
Fernandina on
parents in \\lTl')1 CLEANERS: : :
the weekend with his patents?: home Thursday from the Brad ; and Mis. William H. Green of 6oz .29
I I Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Eunice ; The Shirley Johnsons spent < ford County Hospital where she 'I Rt. '1. La*ley. has been appointed $1 to name a few. Remember, there'snothing

Termite ControlS I [I Viand I I hu grandmother, Mrs. Selma I II i iI Saturday and Sunday Oklawaha.with :\lrs./j has been a patient for several assistant mail clerk of his te- I to buy; you do not even hate

I I Eunice. J. F. Hornbeak in ; I crurt company at the Great Lakes to be present to win Just \J>it your

S & Commercial !Stork Shower I: The H. T. Markham family oft]I:days.Mrs.. Georgia Ann Sapp spent Naval Training Center Ill. He A&l Store and get your free ticket.

Pest Control I Mrs. Hugh Ingram Jr. was the I II :Gainesville! were Saturday. guests last weekend in Jacksonville with I was chosen for the position in recognition -,,I 2oz Drawings and prizes to be ghen away
I I II of Mr. and Mrs. DanV. Starling. ,: Mr of leadership qualities 49C
Grove inspiration for a lovely stork i her son and daughter-in-law: October :20th.!
SprajlngCall I Brown Bennett of Miami is !
chile undergoing e.
'I j Everett umey.Ir. displayed
I shower at the home ofIrs. and Mrs.
his son-in-law and. daughter
", visiting cruit training.
FR. 6.6033 Jack Estes on Thursday evening. ,i Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown. ]I;, :\ and Mrs. Charley Ray
i Those present were the Lawtey I Mrs. Luelle Tanner and family I Robinet and son have moved from 1

Florida Pest Control I Junior High faculty their wives visited her daughter, Miss Charlotte Kentucky and are occupying the Alpha Bryant Jr. of Hampton Safe. Pure Sterile(
and husbandIr.. andIrs.. Kelly rental home near the Methodist was recently awarded a Good, ('.'II
I in Jacksonville on
& Chemical Co. i George Roberts, and Mrs. Glenn Church. Mr Robinet is em duct Medal at the Naval An White House
I i Sunday rk.
Conner' of Starke. Mrs. Estes \7ostern Auto in Technical
ployed at the Training ('Il''J! III
21 N' W. 16th Ave Mrs. Hubert Priest .
I was assisted by Mis II. II. Hamilton and Stal ke. Great Lakes, 111 He is t'- .tn EUAP.
Gainesville Florida. I in < .ti'ing for her guests and son were shopping in Jacksonville ReEdgar Wilkinson and of the Korean (Campa.i ,au! .. 1 I t
Monday. I
I' Mi ami :\Ii s. K.uinondVil- on j' Futch attended Homecoming now serving in the t ?, '
and Mrs. Jack Reynolds': .
Mr. at Paran Baptist ChUI'hnear
NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100/< -- $300 and weekend sons guests of Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs (I I'.tl.itk.i oil Sunday. i I snI MilK

R. \\'. Mosely. vylyvvvyvvvvv1yvvv1BROOKER I r I I I I s I s

PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL Rev Paul Cullis of Gainesville! I ,
who is c conducting revival inHighland I I ; I 6Q can stn

f MARION FINANCE CO., Inc. was Sunday dinner -
Mrs. JohnBrown. '
guest of Mr. and t ''I
Ily Mrs. I"':. B. Callenaaaaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaua! 4 -
218 W.
University Ave. Phone FRC-5333 '
F. S. Campbell came home .
Gainesville! Fla
front! the Veterans Hospital in ,! ), 1 _J s h0rtcnin!' II)
He Lick 01 si"1"1, :!! '-e dents
Lake City last Wednesday. I
I r. and Mrs Campbell spent Saturday out of the Bi >4)kci iiiliujm; lat i \t
and Sunday with Mr. Camp week. l 0 0
bell's brother-in-law and sister I Tim M Green. S.a!\ 1.]
, Mr. and Mrs. S. Williamson, at Little Nancy Pearlie O. Green ut III I I'i: ; <-n
I tonsils removed in Alachua Gen ,. ,
Ileights. completing his Air F 1'1'
Keystone Monday, and is nov
The D. G. Wilkersons had as eral Hospital military training at LuMr) 1 :. :
home and doing fine. I \nn Pane I Hack I ib Can
guests the D. J. Balle ntines of AFB, San Antonio. Texts u
and Mrs. Ray
Jacksonville and the Richard Mr. I Lackland training is picpani.I ,.:
Barretts of the State Farm last Jacksonville spent the weeken'with I him for entrance into Air FIoI'! PEPPER 79c
And All Type Tractor Work Sunday. I Mrs. Groover Thomas. Mrs I technical training or foi an11
Wilson remained to spend the
Mr ana Mrs. Marion Tucker I Force duty assignment. -
PHONE 165 I week here with her jnother.
Miss Shirley Rosier, and Mrs.I IClaren..e I I
Austin recently -
G. A. Gay and son

W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER visited the Mosely Dave Tanners of Jacksonville on Sunday and Mr.visited and Mrs.Mis.Bert Emma Layfield Gay ir I USN Virgil, son Lee of fireman Mr. and appivntu Mrs. Jo I e. SUPER-RIGHT QUALITY MEATS r *

Lee of Starke leeentlv retoolsfrom
'JfsT Mae Wells and Mrs. Joyce Trenton. I I Newport ILL after a six-: Sl FER-RIGIIT TE.\ JER SMOKED FILLY ('()()/\El)
Airs. G. A. Gay spent from
FuUh spent the weekend with week training cruise in the ('.lI-
Mr and Mrs. J. 1'. Wyrick and Thursday to Saturday with hei I ibbean sea aboard the suppoit' a.i! 4 to 6 Ib Average
PiTK Lls--F G SIi .\11sIaI'Y Julia Futi-h in Tallahassee : mother Palatka., Mrs. J. R Parrish, in I craft carrier USS Le\te i PICNIC 29c

Mrs. Futch anJ1is. I ,j jFutl'h
Chat-1 I Mr. and Mrs. B H. Cornwall .. _.
Xo matter lUlU't're jour athletic. foot infection.tTIILI:- visited relatives near =--
i tahoochee Saturday night. They I and children of Ocala were visit- : Sl'I'ER-RIGHT EXTRA LEAX SIWIAL TH1MEI llALForYHOLK\
: gi\e you QUICK KEIJET from itchy, ing her parents Mr and Mrs. W
I cr.t .<-d and scalded feet. stopped by to see Bob Blanchard i T. Blair, Saturday.Mr. i #it
and Jesse Smith in the Veterans I 6 to 12 Ib MEcKIXGAX'S
I IS :NOT fire-bull solution to set jour feet on fire I'I'i and Mrs. W. T. Blair and average
i Hospital at Lake City as theywere FRESH PORK HAMS
j IT :SOT a nieny J'rt'aor: a disagreaMe: pouder. BIT i I leturning home on Sunday I II son Billy Mrs W. L. Douglas

j ATIILETISOL-IT-CIIE-FOOT is a COOLING I'lLMmi.VnNG.: : i Both Bob and Mr. Smith ate getting and Mr. and Mrs. S. H. DeLoachof r ...-

i :SOOTHING; SO.M'TION that STOPS the lit-h. dries instantlyand i l along nicely.Mr. I II Jacksonville enjoyed a picnic The RELIABLE BONELESS READY TO SERYE
at Lake recently. ;
j leaves a protetthc, medicated film it goes: to work I and Mrs. Leonard Harris I
occasion Mrs. DeLoach'sbirthday.
I killing fungus at once a few applications do the trick : and daughter, of Jacksonville I SIbs. M-99
dinner guests of 1 CANNED PICNICS
wei e Sunday
ATIILETIML-1T-CI1E-FOOT KIT is ('omI'M.ith step-h> >--stepinstructions Mi. and Mrs. T.Y.. Markey
I !: Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and I
for treatment and prevention of athlete foot infections spent from Wednesday to Sunday I
.Sold on a )IOXtlUCK (ilAKANTKK to family. in'aycr08s, Ga. \'isitingIr.. Airman John P. Judd son otMr. .. = :
I i iI The Theodore Crews family and Mrs. J. M. :\Ialkey Jr., Mr. : and Mrs. D. A. Judd ofStarke ; : -. ..' :, _-_--, __ _'_ _. ,, :- .. .: '!_ .-__ : __ ___ ______ ,: -_: .
give you relief or refund jour money Send $2.00 today with pent Sunday with the J. T. and: recently completed his

I jour (print) name and address for complete KIT prepaid. i ii Maiklee\ Padgett families at Clay I J an. ,i M.Mrs.Markey.D. C. Vollenader, and basic air force training at Lack I A&P BRAND FROZEN FOOD

i or send no money and you pay, the ptntrnan plus postal < hargesNALL : i iI Hill Bakertarkey of Washington, land A KB, San Antonio. Texas
I' Hox Jacksonville Allan W Hart and family and I He is stationed I
I LAIIOKATOKIKS; O. 7117 10 Fla. i I). C.. and J.1.. Mai key of Way- now at Chanute
.,.. .. their housekeeper, Mis. Nancy AFB in ,
: ----------------'------ : few Illinois where he will be
cross, Ga. are spending a I
days this w.kfith Mr. and Mrs. I in school for 20 weeks. He would\ BROCCOLI 33 STRAWBERRIES 39
T.Y.. Markey. I appreciate hearing from friends at SPEARS = '

Mrs Mattie Barry spent several the following address: John p, I
BIG I 261 Sq. In. days last week with Mr. and I Judd. AF14603101. 3362 Student I I 10 07. ((1 i Can
SCREEN AREA Airs Kldon Hardy and family in Squadron. Mail Room 2, P. O Box (>/

: Starke. i I 9S8, Chanute AFB, Rantoul. Ill I GREEN BABY LIMAS 15c ORANGEJUICE 3 for 43'Nullcy

Mrs. Edward Clark of Gainesville I
I Pfc. William. Smith, son of
her Mr.
was visiting parents I
GENERAtfj ELECTRICTELEVISON Mrs. G. O. Smith of Raifold. is adriver
an.lll's. Lloyd Barry, Sunday. I
I Hurry's O'horonut. 10 ox. FRESH CillKEX; : I;
Miss Edna Mae Russ of A pop I in an ambulance cnmp.mvof .

I ka Joyce was the Castlen Sunday aaJ dinner boys.guestof Medical the 11th Battalion Airborne in German Divisions A COOKIES 39c 8 EANS15 :: .;gf

Mr.\ and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and I 1955 graduate of seacrest High
son of Cocoa were weekend guestsof School in Delray Reach Smith UY
I has been overseas since last Feb
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ. r
e Mrs Nita Dyal of Staike spent from an assignment at Foil 1 Ib /

\. .ft t. last' week. with Lloyd and LaverneI I Ii i! Cambell Ky. MARGARINEDaley 19c GRXpfs\1J5c':

Mrs. Alice Kelley of Tampa St. Mark's Episcopal
spent the weekend with Mr. I
and Rev. Hammond E. MaoHlaln
Mrs. C. S. Kelley. Visiting the FAX( Y NEW HOP
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THE FINEST Kelleys Sunday afternoon were Services at St. Mark's Episcopal
e- :Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kelley of Wal Church will be as follows: t NO. 5 Bag
IN CABINET DESIGN do, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul lIar- Sunday: 9:45: am. Church DOG() FOOD 29C ONIONS S 19cI

AFTER SMALL DOWN I ison of Jacksonville. School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. .
PAYMENT OX TIADE Mr. and Mrs. Emory Gay Hobbs :Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6'30: I
THE FINEST IN IIf Panama City were visiting Mr Y. I
p.m. p. s. L.
L and Mrs.' L. A. Dyal, and :\11'. and i Wednesday: 7:1-: Flag Dried 8 oz pkj
Mrs M. J. Dyal Sunday. i,and Meditation; 8pm. Cho.r : L E S 37c
Mrs. R. P. Gano spent Sunday Practice. BABY LIMA lie

THE FINEST IN with her brother-in-law and Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, I
}n Mstcr. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Martin 11 a. m 3rd Sund.iv, T 30 a. m. I FRESH t I.\RE HEAD
PICTURE QUALITY : in Tampa. watts: ever: 'ne, Detergent Giant;; Size;
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gieen ,'
an .. _
A blend of contemporary and functional 1_ !,tended tinily and the Mrs.Homecoming Rosa Pinn.1.! ," .:_-' ,-'-- -i' _J_ ::.: SAIL 53'lona CAULIFLOWERWHITE \ E 29c

design, this cabinet is finished lj -Q Biandy: Branch Baptist Cru! :!! >I"mday.
i u S In the afternoon the', COLONIALFLORIST ll! LK
In beautiful Bermuda Bronze The ,
v.sited Mrs. R. C. McDurmond! ..1B Hrand .>0 Ibs
lop front control panel of brushed J I = 1E I Ildwin. POTATOES Ib c

brass is located to the right' of the I i : f !nhobter:Mrs. Mana, Mrs.Wigsrins.Lucille Mrs fliemtrui ROM FLOUR $3.19 S ]

icreen. Td'ed dear safety gloss: 1 -' Mrs. Lucille Hazen attended.l

r produces a haze-free, gtare-f'ee ;e. ;Cr5 the Baptist Associational meeting PHONE 218
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MODEl Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jat'ksnnvlie .
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2ITC50 : spent the weekend with Mrs ICE CREAM'5 : 11,, $ "w. :] ,/ ,
Beulah Harrell and family. t JANE PARKER "'1.
90- Alumimicd Picture; Tune Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thom!" FLOWERSFor "'

Set end Forget Volume Control\ SIJ'eled.! l-'fe and children attended a birthday Gal Ctn 4 /ww \" I
dinner for Mrs. Thomas' mother All Occasions -2 69c c"a

Tilted Safety Class for Clare Free Yaw; : 3 Dyaepotcr: S;:ck.; Mrs. Addie Douglas, in Branford: DISH ... ... ,'
Sunday.Bob GARDENS 4 i -, .. ,.. I
Thomas and sons were .4 ,.
TODAY S55 7-: ( ( visiting Mrs. Thomas in the h.)s- : 4 4
pita in Jacksonville Sundav. Mrs 4 CHERRY ,
Thomas { NNq NN. II N{ {MOM MN MN ..
will undergo su! : ':.' 4
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-- a-flflrsnt r I Calypso Party Staged I

Woman's Club To i'f -
By 4 I
i i 'Election Day

Entertain OfficialsThe !

I I Bridge Gam't'I '

Staike \\',iil.i., ( ,? A '

I' changed into a :-up a I Iccuntl D I i

ilepi. imp: th!i.V. ie \\"<-"' rnitU"; i Skit BringsTimely :;- 't
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Mooty I \hEn the membeis 0':11: <': tm. n ; -

Phone 35 the Bradford C.mn's n< n Message '
teacheis. school <>tn l' I.t'Ity !- m' 4

t---.--.. I'' ( and County otti .. i At \ ; -

Calypso party Mondan ',- \
!. I'; Thioughout the i luh !h:" .-,, I Club Meet inn ;

.live reener)'. moss ati-l l ->,tjwere j .
I used extensurh i....i'tiopiial '' s4 ; '-rr U I

setting for t'u- .miatt.ur i I --

Paper cat.an t \ .'. 'h. i! 11 .-,. Wom tr. \\",L ..1

were used to deiotate I t'i. d"|. mi theiiif ;'i!< :inri..1:

W;ts.an: were al.-\ ," ].. n. i ,. ,\\/llIIan's: ('uh

v I the individual tables T'IO : !.!' \'. :!silav; alteinoonI >': _

Lynell I t/\ !' tables. set Uo; in the :;it.di1 .'I.'a T I I I _

where the guests weie SIM' ,! program was limit :

\ were centered with .single i .mtiy: i i', i I' iitment I t of Education .'- .:

DoddVeds holders with burning i.<.!u!I"
I tapers and pyraiantha spngs I, at tie |part fur leathers in tinimianS (lull %Mnml.i evening.I ut; 1 Mrs Foster Shi Smith as < MK. .. itt H\" -JOUNx. "tan.lin//; r-,",-ntl.v named P.l'\\ \\ ,'III.W "Itin

The speakers table held airangement a > urn ett to right/ : Harold 1 T. u.., .\rihie (ireen, MINS >>h 1I'aulk.. \\illi, I.../ nuan. :Mrs. Matthews ai':< ". \ >:ir ru'|| ..1.'.-(inn il.ix limlj/ |'|.I\.TS ulitin \ ,11".101! t.(i U.tuiii .

('upii m a modern D.ijton, and Jan :\1 iindurtf. .iommentator during a 111'''I i ii..licast h
John Sapp driftwood nut tIt viiti vatitl I-i 'I,'" .'.111/. \ I.HIMr- .-. I..
using a pumpkin. and introduced MisMua -
pvrancanthad siiiiuiuiiN. Mrs. t arli" \ I .'"hn.Ir.- ( ressl. r. Mrs I:. I. IhmnristMrs.
yellowmums, : who the theme
-:;itit Buffet Payne sang
juiiK of grapes. At one end Supper Held Mrs. Myrtle Reynolds -ong "Its a Big Wide Wonderful I' .... xiintii, Mrs. K: lutusmi. ainl :\Ir... llarrMixitv...
InCeremony _T I .,1 the t.tble were two crystal To Honor Lynell Dodd Weds Theodore Young. I \\'01'101"and! '-1 Could Have Danit.i i':
with burning red lomliu ted the business meetmp imitation \\,i- extended !"> ti.'
l All Next the
mile\ holders Night. on pioui -j
I And John B. Sapp In Presbyterian Rites skit "An I i and! the tollowing new member.- nii-nbei-s (hv the :Melrose Wfii:a': -
; r.i!! was an amusing
W 1\1"| voted into the dub :MisHuggms : Clu!
i I weie : to attend their Cour.u ".1:"
point Kli'ition dited i i
focal Game -
Day Bridge
'r'..' s'age: was a j I \Ir. and :Mis Call 1 S.j.p; :MiW I Genige Mrs. H. J. Ku- on SaturdayOct.. 13 Mis r .1
beach I hylrs.: R. F. Demorest. !
,'m) ,'s. m ing a Jamaican | 15 :Mundv and :Mi\ ..md11. : .
: y-- ,; cei a. Mrs Eldon Mathews Mrs Houpt and Mi*. P. J. Q>iaf! ..
ackroUniipIete 1'iKtu pant were :Mrs. James I II
'>'ue with a jungle Guy Sale were hosts it a },A, <-:\ Irs.i i I i Peggy Shaller. !oIr.<. Clyde Sm- bauiu were elected! delegates: .
with a tropica1nu. I > i.uMis: : S. E. Simmons, )
tin tuffet supper at tli,' h' .rr i Iair and Mrs Beeiher Payne. attend the District
I Four .
| meet .
At Bride'sHome the beach a :\1 l U Cressler.Irs., :: C. H. Johns ;
'" i a boat on :, :Mrs.: Sale on N Che.-\! :-t; ,-.-' !|i Mis J. W. Kincaid. social chair- : at the Hotel Roosevelt in Jnksr'yule ( -
fishing \
1 s Foster Shi Smith Mrs. liar-
.Hal'IIt..! hut hanging !; Thursday evening of i. "teet, man, announced her committees '' Nov. 1.
background of i :\III"ty.Irs.: Kwell Lawson and : ,
ne< .1I1l4 a honoring :Miss Lvne 1 O'.dd :mi ; : | for the reception to be given Mrs. Carl Roberts prc.-.tli":'
with gin Mi.- I'emorest.
greener- intermingled the i her fiance. John D Sapp: t"ih.,\\ II. I i[ :Monday evening for the BUS : of the Junior Woman's Club wh,i
1 and coraline. At "MI-. Ruby Johns who was re- :' I
gel iillies (! ing their wedding iohen.ilI I i school officials anj teachers at
was present at the .
was a hugS e -utt I elected "Woman of the ]! meeting; ro4-
stage 11
front of the !I I The buffet table \\'..1h.; .. mi > I the dub house. Mrs. Junius ;'i'ed
brewing pot from which Ye.i bv the B & 1'V.. Club. ]I the senior members to !I--
vviti-h i Iful with\Iadena:: \ ''"'n i i
\\\Ik Smith finance chairman. ''
was served by :Mrs.: Foster \ -/ / i "n. Toilet; the program with a i iII' gavea supply their Thrift Shop w '
; Coffee and centered with pink "tIll '.'. tni I i "
the voodoo witch "' 1 t ilk on why women should, lepoit on developments for the
Smith as 'r
; Shi i i carnations 11 a silver bowl Ba!-
their husbands :in-Mial ilinnei \\hit h will be \'-
g During the social
While the members 'anl'ingthe arrangement <' siier !- hour tn:: :. -

and honor guests weie \' candle holders with burning 1k \Ir (' I I.. Si: !holl ['ireicltntE'lU ..n Nov' i> b\, i :tnt:: ini'iiibeis.! An tosses served refreshmenti

enjoying ('of fee and apple pie I pink tapeis. Centeung tie bir'f!

with cheese served by members I was a five-bram hed silvei .111- '", i MIIHI: \riut
The home of Mr and Mrs \VJ seed pearls The bride carried a Women's Club. In in-uit. Court, llratlfordri ('UlliniT,
.ot the Little delabra with burning pink tan .riili' ; In 4 h.inrrlT.
Dodd. Ji. on N. Westmoreland white prayer book. topped witha Maiv Agnes Matthews Carol .: dies, anj entwinedith mftle-- :!i' r. Mi., ., '..I.. .".'.Ir Till hi''!.,, '

Street was the scene of a beautiful yellow thruati-,1' on'hid and enhanced Jennings Lu Green Nancy .lof net and ,pink satin tmI \',.. h'I"h i :I .1. T"'h.i I"i. t. ,..1.1'.'

wedding performed Friday with a shovvei oi lillie.s of Pellum and Judy i, \<.tiir 1 u i|'i'rar

evening, Oet. 12, at 8:30: o'clockwhen the valley and atm streamers i Bates Patricia program was :|I Assisting the hosts in .sei\ing I Cake X- l' ,. !

Dankel! a delightful and caring for the guests wen 1' K..nm-tli .1. TuiK .. ,
their daughter Miss Ljnell She wore a single strand of the direction of u i
t presented under Mrs. Alma Compton of Jai'ks m- MI.Iiuil 1 ,nlilr' .''- i i- I' i, i E.: '
Dodd beiame the bride of John pearls, a gift of the bridegroomMrs. II Mrs. E. A. Hall. Mrs. Dave I,yule I Beach Mis Johns ,-.1"11 Kong. rarris-h Jai!, ButY..II ":
Jennie Sapp, son of Mr. and [ Dodd chose for her dmghter's Levy Canova Ruby somebody sa\ something d.i7/lmg white unifoiin and seemspeitfitlv I:"u l.t. .
| Paulk, and Mrs. :Mrs. J. B. and I Misses: Clai-! .
Mrs Carl Sapp, also of Stark wedding a pale blue lace in the gay i,. Sapp it if: !iie.alnng a 1.1111 If t! :if home since he an- ht-n-hy t."' : .1: .1 that .i '
| The waitresses were Jean :Mundy Elaine R\ kt's. and .I"r ilivonr has !I.. II :....d :,>.,.,
Rev. Marvin K. Faile, pastor of dress complimented with a corsage : of the native West Indies Ii! ivdiimpK'ni uri\ p,': "t\ itiii just toiget it please : used I to .seive in the same capacity \ "ii in th- almxe I'n.il,, i'.,n, ..'

the First Baptist Church in of pink carnations. attire Calypso Linda Kay Sale. JOI r'IK I : ".Z.II .I'. nk we've had enough to !last : with our own BUS Band . .111-1- mini }'''>n arr r "'iirn.-.I/ '" -"
were the :i ('''|'y of viinr .. _
Hampton, performed the double- Mrs. Sapp was attired in a ,; Taking pait ::'olun1lot i The 32 guests included membei s i.i. loi. .k II, 'it' Fu *' PiestnttM i ,i while now Looked for a while I Heal its a daughter ( Marian ,, the i oiiiplaint a"\\!..r" ih.'or 1'1.1.!? 'i.'i i.l .1,i" I

ring nuptial lace with singers Sylvia Paulk, Jan of the wedding party the immediate Chill ill 'i. the Rev" W S- :MiAhley : .- Tuesday night like the folks on Dell i for Margie and Billy Dovvl- Ut..m. .-\ John J '1. \\ -. JI. i' .
dress of rpse chantilly Harold Tyus l'< \ --S4.! M.I.". 1.I 11111'I'.r'I.. ., '
The young couple repeatedtheir I ( ff. Archie Green 1 families and outoftownguests. :\hsI"ltle: Wise Reynolds St. Clair St. weie going to float ing born Sept. 30 and a thf orieuirfl III Mi1} >
the television j.I which she woi a cot sage of blue and Willis Dayton who introducedthe i; daughter of \\'. J. Wise I. off with the overflow from Alligator son for Arlin and Montie Hutch ''II... riirk of ihi. 'ir 'irt! t; ,u : ., I
vows in carnations.A guests in Calypso sonsland '"r l I'nre the l'! th .1.,\ "f ;V; ,\ o ;11.1 .
lounge of the Dodd home, befoie' honor strumming on and the la'e Mrs. Minnie! Wise of : Creek but as soon as iti ins) Green of Eustis on Oct. 4 I-! ,*; otherwise th. .ifl.'griti.ni. .

the fireplace. The mantel was reception was heli in the I rhyme while native MethodistVSCS Opp, Ala. became the bride of i slacked up a bit the "tide" went Barbara Colley and Peggy -.nd fompaint nil! I,,' t...., II .

beautiful fan- Dodd home immediately follow ukuleles and playing B.I I' Theodore Ross Young son of the I 1 down. just in the nick of time Partin have been added to the < i.nfe-sed by you.
'entered with a Mrs. 11. Holds Course This mill.hall I I.,' ,"1,11,1. I
Caracas. )
shaped arrangement of white ing the ceiemony. The bride's drums and costume of the Study late :Mr\ and Mrs. H H. Young I Virginia Smith thought for f i i Bradford County Hospital staff as t.M .. .a'h Wftk for ("ut ii,nin, "\ .

and I table, overlaid with a Madeira 1'1' .ton. in native i of Star he. .I while she was going to have to | nurses aids Baibara is home i-i-ks in the Itradford i'ount> T-:
and delightful
gladioli chrysanthemums several .\ study course on Mission U. !;/aph,
Indies. sang '
the cloth was centered with a four- West Two tall baskets of gladioli I change that new Florida roomshe's on a 30dav'at'ation from Chant? 1
side of fireplacewere and pink .
either ,
on I numbers informally, S A. was held :Monday: in the : Dated this 17th day of < 1''; ,
seven-branched candelabra : tiered wedding cake resting on |, adding into a swimming j Hospital m New Orleans. an<* 11,6.
Jan :Mundorffj: I the First anti white chrysanthemums I
Paulk and education building of 'i
hold a reflector, and topped with a Sylvia i pool and waves were lapping I will get some valuable experience 'MFKIi'lAI. 5:.:.\1.)
entwined with greenery and Mrs. Lloyd Green |! Methodist Church. under the direction with fern were used to decorate
miniature bride and groom. sang: a duet. around the threshold of Margaretand i while here Juanita Harper i: I <"harle- lMil Iv.
ing burning cathedral tapers. background music during -| of :Mrs. J. F. :MComb.secretary the chancel. While the guests I 1 .'1"1" "( thf ,',r'I1' i.. .
Around the cake was a double furnished Mac MtQriffs new home, as | part-timing at Johns Grocery
further enhancedthe Hy :Marian L. .
Totted palms I! Missionary:: education weie assembling. Miss Louise Crosby Deputyrk)
Miss Hazel. Gaff of ruffle of white nylon net with the evening. music. well as others in that part of store Ellouise (Thomas) Dodd III I I'J: 4* I i
setting. Stern played soft nuptial
Bartow, soloist, sang "0 Promise miniature nosegays of white Greeting the guests as they )1, of the Service Woman's Society of Christian : The traditional wedding marches I town Most rain we've had I' has returned to St. Vincent'

Me" and "The Lord's Prayer" mums. Four single candlesticks, arrived was Mis. George Miller used. since the last hurricane five or Hospital for further treatments : .

before the ceremony. with tall burning tapers and dec in a voodoo witch costume, and I Following the devotion by :Mrs: irene I six years ago i ii I Hear that :Mary: Lee Wain- It's A Fact!
:Mrs.: S. C. Wise sisterinlawof
sister of the 'orated with ruffles of nylon net standing in the receiving line I ::McComb the following womenpartiripatE'd !i Marguerite Hall (Mrs. E. A.) wright (Mrs. N. D.) was among
:Mrs.: Dan Priest, i I
in reviewing the bride served matron of I 'I
i Mrs. the as
the ,
rosettes flanked B. Peyton those
and white were Mrs. H. I authored some very clever lyricsfor I receiving awards at the i i A recent survey of low-bat
bride, served as matron of honor The punch table was Mrs. Carl Roberts hook: :Mrs.: H C. Ritch, Mrs. Ti- honor and only attendant. She 2nd Annual
centerpiece. C L. Scholl, at the Recognition dinner injury
the Calypso singers rases revealed that thosecured
and Leigh Priest niece of the Olson Mrs. C. W. Sinclair was attired in a teal blue street I :
which tus ,
set up in the Florida room and Mrs D. L. Thomas. for Bradford teacher in Hollywood, Fla. Her recognition -
bride attended as flower. girl. the occasion 'Mrs. E. L Matthews and :Mrs.: C. length dress of polished cotton gala party for Chiropractors:
was decorated for entire program and evening the Woman's Club :Mondaynight : :: came as a lesult of hen
attired in a The in
accessories. With this
Mrs. Priest was with ferns and potted greenery. of entertainment was under S. Haddock. with pink The verse that got the I musical contribution to the Flo-" < 1. Lost less time from work

gown of pale blue full net tiered over skirt taf The punch table was overlaid the direction of Mrs. J. A. Griffin During the noon hour held a covered under she wore a corsage of pink carnations biggest laugh and "hand" from i rida Folk Festival and her win. : 2. Cost the employer lev. for
a .
feta, featuring with a lace cloth and was cen- of the dish luncheon was that ran I fling of a national award of
vice-president the one
fourth the audience was care than those cared for
She carried a nose Mrs. Bertha by
stole. any
and a serv- the leadership of Blake Jackson attended the
crystal punch W. from the
tered with a Woman's Club. Mrs. J. something like this: "Our high merit National Federation -

gay of deep blue mums Little ice. The bowl was surroundedwith Kincaid senior social chairman and Pearce, assisted by Mrs. Gilbert groom as best man and ushers !I school faculty is the best Our of Music Clubs for her musical i other method.

Leigh wore a dress of pale blue fern and white chrysanthemum social chairman Newcomb and Mrs. F. S. Smith. Godwin and W. compositions .
were Henry
on )Irs. D. L. Thomas, high school building is a mess Chiropratic is also veryff -< ti\e
net over taffeta, designed lunch the regular
Mrs. Carl Mathews Following C'I
nosegays. Junior Woman's Club Rhoden. needs the paint needs a new Hear that Merry Beth Crawford in
the other
similar lines to that of her mother bowl. of business meeting was held. In the lIt many disabling conditionsbecause
presided at the punch chairmen with who in Termites join is down for the count with
the matron of honor. She also had the following absence of Mrs. C. D. Williams The bride was given I front door mumps removal of nene pressure -
the guests to the punch assisting in entertaining the floor!" The and Dee entered Brad- '
carried a nosegay of deep blur i Inviting their committees president of the society Mrs marriage by her brother, S. c.j I hands to hold up Fogg from the spinal nerves iillre'.tore
i table was Mrs. Eustis McKnightand : Mrs. Garl Mathews Wise chosefor her wedding I student Calypsoloists took obvious ford County Hospital Tuesdayfor
Green presided. normal function
mums. brother I Mrs. J. F." Jaudon. Cutting refreshments; Mrs. Peyton. Mrs. Lorenzo 'beautiful gown of turquoise blue I I delight in ribbing the teach- further treatment The ; even after

Charles Edward Sapp, I the bride's cake was Mrs.V.. B. E. A. Hall and :Mis.: D. L. i moire taffeta, with a large pink I I ers in song and it was all great I Bill Graham and Junius Smith ,, other methods have failed.

of the groom served as best Mundy and Mrs. Guy Sale, and I Thomas. decorations! ; Mrs. K. G Mrs. Overturf Feted : rose apphqued on the front of fun Congratulations to ow'oman's I families spent the weekend in the !i Be sure jour insurance polityprovides

man, and Bobby Dodd, brother of assisting them in serving were Duncan and :Mrs.: Chailey Johns. ShowerMrs. i the ballerina length skirt. Clubs:; (Jr. and Sr.) fo Sciub after the U of F football
Surprise for
the bride, carried the rings on a Mrs Alma Compton, Jean Mundy:: tables; :Mrs.: Kate Sheppaid guest t I :Mr.: and Mrs Young left on a another outstanding affair i| game See Betty Ann Phillips (hiropractic care

white satin pillow. Ushers were Linda Kay Sale, Elaine Sykes, bookrs.: W. B. Parks. Mrs. HH I :: C. L. Overturf Jr. was delightfully Hear that Joann Phillips underwent back at her old stand in Judge

Hill Dodd brother of the bride :Mrs. D. L. Thomas and Mrs. L. I. Adams. Mrs S. E. Simmons. j! surprised at a baby two weeks wedding trip to Chat- surgery in Bradfor'County :i iI I Yawn's office, replacing :Mary:

and C. \V. Slade of Hampton. H Outlaw. The bride's book was :Mrs. D. L. Thomas. Mrs. Ann shower given in her honor Thurs- tanooga, Tenn. and other pointsof Hospital last Friday Ella Turner, who has moved t< BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC

The bride, who was given in kept by Mrs: Don Alvarez. Mrs. Thomas, Jr and Mrs John Anderson -I day evening of last week by Mrs. make interest their after home which at 621 they Francis will i!I: and Louise Tenly was admitted I Jacksonville Peggy Shallei

her father, chose for Dankel and Mrs. L. N.I eotrjmttees; and all Mrs. Em- was the honoree recently at a
marriage by Nat hostess Johnny H. :Morris: and ,! there Monday night for observation -I
Starke.11':: .
St., Young is a postman -
her wedding the gown which was Pickering served as floor hos members of the executive boards I ory Hendeison at the home of I at the Starke office. | and treatment .Note I' birthday party given for her bv CLINIC
worn by her sister at her wedding. tesses. Mrs. Cleveland Driggersand of the senior and junior cluts the latter on Lafayette street. I I that Bob and :Manlyne: Firth friends at the Paul Meng hom% .

Fashioned of heavy bridal satin Mrs. J. F. Wilson invited I w ere hostesses. I The hostesses used October daisies -1: Attending the wedding were have started building their new j On the moving list: Betty Ann 3 Itlmks North of Post OffkiModern

it featured a round yoke and a guests to see the wedding gifts I ; and fall flowers in lovely I the immediate families close relatives home on N. Cherry St.. next to i and James Phillips to 390 \\' Method., IjwlyAssistant I

Peter Pan collar with long sleeves which were on display. BaptistVl1U Circles I arrangements to decorate the i I, and fniends.Success I: :Madge and Jim Chasteen vVeldon Zack and Ann (Johns ij Steam ISath

that tapered to the wrists. The After spending some time with panty rooms for the occasion. i I Clad to see that the Garden Clot i j Crawford to the Dowling apartments -

waistline was pointed in the front their guests the bride and groom r old ProgramsThe I,, Contests were played during ., Seen : members are keeping up the i at 570 W. Call Jewett -ItU -- '- ..
anti back with self-covered buttons I. were won and Dee Fogg to their new honu "--_ ,
left for a shoit wedding trip i the evening and prizes good work spotted severa' --- -- --
extending from the nei'Kline Daisy Fowler Circle ofthe Price. :Mrs.: Edgar i I at 1368 Blanding St. in Saratoga
to South Florida. Mrs. Sapp those by :Mrs. G. L. of them planting day lilies on
to: the waist ;The becoming full [ for traveling a light brown wool I First Baptist Church metuesday i j[i I Dukes and Mrs Thornton Johns. .: For Polio DriveThe the parkway in front of Wmn- !i Heights and the R. R. Crosby_ Ie

kirt fell into a graceful train. | afternoon with the leader this delightI to 431 Center St. PAEB '
suit with dark brown accessories I 22 guests enjoyed i Dixie and Slade's on West :Madi-:

She yore a fingertip veil of imPorted and an orchid shoulder corsage :Mrs.: B. T. Thomas. There I ful affair.Garden. I II i son i! Lamar Shaw, Billy Harrington E STAUKE FLA.SUN .
illusion which fell from a 12 members prl'sl'nt.Irs.:: :Match of Dimes polio drive 'j Buck Gill, and _
were Hazen
Jimmy of _
The couple will be at homein I I 'I Hear that a surprise birthday ,
and the devotional. Meet' in Bradforj County will be head-
tiara of pearlized blossoms L. D. Haines gave South Georgia
Starke where Mr. Sapp is em- Club To party was given for Martha Yan- spent MON & TIES
in ed by Jim Chasteen with J.
Hercules Powder Co. I :Mrs: A. J. Griffin was i the weekend here with their reSpective -
ployed with I cey Wednesday of last week at OCT: 21 22-23
with each Shuford Jr. serving as campaign families -
Both the bride and groom are charge of the program, The Staike Garden Club will the home of Betty Deas in Lake I G J. :Mc-:
Itwas treasurer, it was announced at a Griff nOrIu.IFEA; TPHE
graduates of Bradford High member present taking part. meet Monday evening at 7:30: City Was given by several was in Louisville, Ky. the

School classes of '56 and '53 respectively. decided on that the circle I o'clock in St. Man k's Parish meeting of the executive com friends from Starke as cohosteases first of the week at a preview "Great Day In theMorning"

I will hold its meetings at 2:30: p. House.A mittee of the Bradford County :Methodist young people showing of the 1957 GE appliances -,

Included in the out-of-town ,| m. for the remainder of the ye ,r. .I workshop on dried arrangements Polio chapter Tuesday night. I attending the Garfield-Evans Su He and sons, Pat and I

Steel Refreshments were served by will be conducted by Mrs. Plans for the drive which will District retreat at Camp Crystal Mac, were in Miami last week SUI'ERSopjTE'IINICOLR: !
wl're11'5: Thelma ,
guests Wal Mrs. Thomas. S. E. Sparks. Members are asked be conducted in January were Lake Saturday and Sunday wen for a "sneak preview" of the new \irginia Mayo, Robert Stack and
:: Frank I
::\lrs. Donnie Moore Mercury .
to bring necessary materials. | discussed at the session held at Harold Tyus Marcia Miller, I Ruth Roman
tl'rs.11'1.: : Janet French :Mr.: I
I Mrs B :Mathews and Mr and I II I I The Brownlee Circle of the Bapj j Hostesses will be :Mrs: Sparks. the home of L. M. Gaines. :Maxie: :Mike Goldwire, Martha and Doro- Add things I never thought I'd PLUS"Double

I Mrs. Granville Jones all of tist W. :M.1T.: met Tuesday, nightat ('hairman.11: s E. D. Tenly. Mrs I IH. Carter Jr., chapter chairman pre- I thy Dayton, Sonja and Theror see: my favorite detective, Dick \

G.uneS'llJelr9.:: Izona Bradley.Gerald I at the home of :Mrs L. N. Pickering F Young )Irs F J. Shaw. sided. Hunter they were accompa-I Trai v. with a crew cut Nowif Jeoparcily"Ito

i :McGuffey.: Charles L. with Mrs. Randy Chitty pre riot :Mis. A. R Nor man :Mrs: Junius Smith was named I nied by Rev. Don Kokomoor and i I some brave baiber will just I Cameron and dale KoMiins

I i Mrs. Tommy Nolm and Sarah Hunter give Elvis Presley a flat topS '
I siding.
Shellamer Sr., Miss Winifred to be dance chairman again this I II I'LIS COUKKT(M>\
I j Mrs. Kate Sheppard gave a very I long Se
Barwick and Robert II). Williams \ear. Word begins to trickle in about ) ;Y"In the next ,
'!interesting program in the form I Caiulyn! WEI).. TIIUKS.: OCT.21-25:
all of Jai ksonville! Lenwood Faller I our local lads and lassies who -
"The 1957: March of Dimes I
ilL'S I of Hames City :Miss: Barbara (If a play centered around theiW are wearing pledge pins as a result -. DOUBLE; 1'E.Tt'RC"The
( i M U. Watch Word Refie.himents drive should be one of the most
I.angof Palatka. Miss Hazel Gaff I of recent "rushing" activitiesat 1h
the ho-- successful drives ever staged in Brain Machine"I'atriik
I served bv
100 HUM BULK of Baitow. LaDan Butler of were flL various institutions At

H.unos Clt .. :Miss: Nina Summer :. tess. Bradford County for "extensive I U of F, Pierson Cox pledged Ch: Wash Your Clothes liarr, tlii.aht.tllILut and
plans have been made, Carter ,
ORLONCARDIGANS and :Miss Gayle Kinlaw of Alma. I --- Phi, Buzzy Green, Kappa Sig, and Mavuill Keed

Ca :\11'5.: Marvin Fade and Mr i The Lorena Epperson Cirili: said. I John Mack Newsome, SI'E 9 Pound PLUS"ULYSSES":
: met at the home of their leader :Mi .t:: :\1' \ \\ >:! kl.md Chapter representatives who attended -
and Mrs Lester Slade of Hampton On the feminine side Sandrr
1Irs. F. J. Shaw. Mrs. S. E Jl' a:,' f.! t.i ti'Pp.O; }> of a
i ; the statewide work-
and :Mrs.: Alma Compton of polio Johns and Joyce Scholl pledged For 40c!
J.1t"ksom.l1e" Beach. Sparks gave the devotional and S.Ip 1 :11 i'':,'. Lun.i! !urn lid 15 shop held recently at Cypress ZTA at the same institution Kirk Douglas and! :ilvana ManRano

Sizes 7 to 11 t i I I led the members in a discussion in It'r- HospitalMr :1 Gardens gave reports of the Joanne Slade pledged Kite Club. FREE Bleach If Desired J'IXS ("<)U>K r.\KT\
: about "The Aims for Advancement -
:, meeting. The local chapter was a social group at Emory U. in eWe
Value Hospital Auxiliary I During the business session and Mis. Richard Arlen
Reg. $2.98 represented at the workshop bjMrs. \ I OCT.
I Atlanta Hear that Bert :New- Fill. SAT.. 26-27
I it was decided that the 1 Green of Eustis announce the :
Charles Dinkins and Mrs. Willi
Ho.spit.il Auxiliary members I comb has enrolled at the University DOrm.IFE.TrHE:
SPECIAL I next meeting will be held with.. birth of a son. Gary Arlen, on : Robert :McRae. i
)1m: "o wotked at the hospital a Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Tuesday Xov Oct. 4. Mrs. Green is the former i of Portland, in Oregon, thatis Your Clothes i 'Tennessee's Partner"
total oftS9 hours. according toa ,
13. at 3 p. m. Refreshments wereserved !Montie Hutchins of Starke. "
$1.99 HOMKtOMING: ).\\ rf.KXOPK: : : Thtll.MLOLOK:
report given by Mrs. T. C. Congratulations are certainly in !
at meeting.ICollecting
AT M.NG-LF.Y: LAKE i| For 20cIn 'John rane, Konald Kegan and
H >zen Jr to the auxiliary at a I order for Earl Norman, youngman
Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. Gus-: ,

It.$ :Mighty Nice to S aI \ e meet.nsj last Thursday ClothesThe singer of Baton Rouge. La. announce | Sunday. Oct. 21, will be observed about Call Street who has >ew Automatic Driers! I| Rhonda Ilcniinjj

Twice With Eaule's: Low A report on the number of pa- the birth of a daughter, as Homecoming Day at been selected as assistant drum I PLUS"Underwater

S&II ; tier's i.-ued for. operations Gayle. Oct. 10. Mrs. Kingsley Lake Baptist Church major of the crack U of F Cater ,
Price and (JrcenStamps perfumed Junior Woman's Club members Lynn on I e !I"
I and members Band Earl has been a membc"
and other statistics was will be collecting clothes Guissinger is the former Gayle All former pastors
invited. H. llott of the trombone section for thf TECIIMCOLOIl:
Lvvn hv R. E. Edmondson. hos- for their Thrift Shop next week SewelLMr. are especially H.
of the past two and will now a.=- Jane Kussell, Gilbert Kuland amiKiihanl
t i':.t.il administrator.M and in case any home is missed pastor and chairman program years TheVasheteria\
and Mrs James Charles "J committee extends a cordial sist the head drum major in !tea-: ,! Egan
, EAGLEDEPT. *. S. E. Simmons auxiliary and if you have any clothes for
president was in charge of the I the Shop please contact Mrs Gaboardi of Melrose announcethe I welcome to the public tc ing the Gator Band in their .-. Tins Sirial Chapter :N". 4

birth of Teresa. 5 share in this annual fellowship re i tricate drills and formations 41'1-! : [1'"pIe"e.. Starke I'lus Color
STORE !irieeeding., !: Refreshments were i Drew Rt(Mih. rhal'm:1n.: : rihrinr a daughter. Cartoon tar hid-

_," \ ". ; ". :!i.' ,'r.1...: '11 'f t':, 117'-J: Th,>'="> In I-\'t\- < ri i >,:-.- "'1 O, t r.: ir. Bradforl Cour.n union. no- the current season E i*
! 'AlwaysFirst Quality ri'a.r.::. ,.'. ..if-r. t .:1' ,' 8 ,
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FRIDAY. OCTOBFJl 19, 196; P\r.K; ILIFcicIN
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.... r. 1st. Lt. and Mrs. Ern Andrews :III... Eie Jthrhal .t. :Mon- : Panel Considers I
i \II. rou niii .
of Lackland Air Force ua\ e'ennggat'st MiF.. W '. i : i

'I I Base in Texas arrived home Sunday Webb of Hawthorne. 1 ( .,.1'i i l' VI I I.. I .\ i\! \1 1 '. J. '.
I' I ; t -. \.1 t I. ,1- .. ,
.it t i"1
I for a ten days leave with Phone Boost Bid : I : '
Mrs. O. M. Knuth and son. ii! ,!j.!> =N.'it-ii.t.er .">, i'-'i'. < n Hit.V. I FLORIDA
I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Beach spent ';" u li..ii: ..r :.7 '-.. T..n 1'ld..l1j'1u. | II
of Boynton 1)1141: 'PliuzLa
Greg .
R J K, v ( } !l., with '-.It.trtre, ,ti..) I
nd11' and Mrs. R. '
paul .
Cor.n }I' | irrnil
with Mr. Mrs. Gil- t : ;t : : "''I : J 4 ourt. Dratlfwi ( IMIIIK.
i last week and .itnLt'il niuipiut-ut.i Th. IK will
j I'lrMa I'banrrrMargartt -
Andiews.Mrs. i i. :
IMP trade in .
bert Brown. I :
"The 1SC.6; .-'atftiientitt bear IiI i.ii.tre ul.j-'t to it> iU"n liv Fran-'e It IT.
Johns M. D. Carter. .
Effie -
Jr. and U!,, Ki>ard. \ \n'l' I'
Mrs. Leaton Morgan ;
NEWS that out. Cahams.s replied hand | !rant i't,.1' ( .
:Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter "ffi-i tal l Stal
--- 1nll| children and Mrs. M. L. Lawson ( ) 'liarl-s A Parity I \ l' XXolirp .
experience has been that Clerk(
in Dade City and my I .
spent Sunday I.
with I I tiirar
spent Tuesday in Orlando 10 12 ut in' !isi ...
will than
: rt Lakeland visiting Mr. and Mrs run more ToAn'h"- \ i: -
Reid Shytle and ., ,
Mr. and Mrs. v -"Se rusiil. 1
t Mi .tiui :\11' T. I :\1t'S! I all )'li and ili s. C.tdlInal I \ John Came Smith and Mr. and Mrs. family the former Shirley Pollet that. ; ivii Iirr-.is i II i: iiI rhaptor, i r i II 1"."\.. \ anT.., \ i: ,11.--s i". \ S\T. ( H T. 1 Id-L'O!) :!

'suet' 'mAeekfiul in! Lake City ,, .mil -oils .ui'l ),11'. .,n.1 :Mis. Carl Kenneth Frank. of Starke. The staff also questioned the I I authorizes thf ,'-lalol"II/II"" | lit ...1 l t UK ; ir "il i BI.fn: : \11 UK:
d and almost doubling Of ftrafLic' nmtrnl unit in th.' \ il'r--------, ,
expenses -evei.il
iui Mi and :\11 s. A. J. Corey. John.- ;awl i ,daughlei.: a, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walters of Crawford and Miss i.f th.St.Ve uf Kloriil.i, .. 1:0' .
Mrs. Zack listed in the ant') t
I Miss petition.
\1"".- Aluiu! Compton of Jack her ild.sMinite li-iin I" of F., Reedsville, Ga. and C. H. Waltersof Tallahassee WII :IE.\:<. >ai.l 1'h.ii.Ui ,, ,,tl'-t I
J Williams were visiting Barbara Colley were in Cabaniss said this item represented th.it a li rnidiim he !,i. !.i : Vuil "r- I' _'. t. '
with >iane Saturday
m ill spent the weekend Jacksonville were .
their sisters ,
; Wednesday visiting the salaries paid and the increase \\httli.i- i.r nut i lie trii- : -.1,1 \ "l 2- "
: MiV! B :Mundy. Marmeland on Sunday. evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. and Jackie la\\' shall l I", ratified. ..ii"lVMKIKAS. .>'..rii'lfi.il' t I" V"Y
Brookeris Linda Johns was caused by the enactment \ : the ..tt n.r- I > \ .- .. ;
of .1 > ,
\I, l : N. I*. and Mrs. E. M. llazen D. Tenly.Mr. .. '' f
and Mis. Joyner Colley at FSU. of the minimum wage law j..tll.f thf ptix.it.h i.w'ifl .! I'! "! L Jik-, i \ r"
two weeks with her :! and Mrs. R. R. Ilutchins -d! ,
'mum weie visiting Mr. and spending S. McAliley afre in lii.iilfi.nl ".nt\ Kl.tr..11: 01 :"
: I Rev. and Mrs. which increased the salaries and ,
V. V.Ilazens ht\ > i-iiicil i of i':, -
their families the of last week in Eu- < i -tit : till' i:":ir :MLS II. U. Sullivan in Gainesville sons and spent part Gainesville Saturday afternoon : .. '
were in also an increase in the number of 1'iiiiiity I'liiiitiii-Mniifi.- to h"ilu.: han 'li. 1 1'I 1" ? -
and M. F. Hazens. with their son-in-law and .
''in Sunday. stis where visited Miss .1"'li..u. anilWHEUKAS ; i \\ -1 .
they asked
Pickren and daughter Mr. and Mis. Richard employes. The commission a ilenoral Klfrrini: !. _' ,II.I1T,; U .
Mr. and Mis. M. W. Lance had Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Mamie Anderson in the Alachua' Cabaniss to furnish a breakdown will lie hflil in liradfnil: 1 'nuiit I 1.1' I 1.\ \ ,
of Ocala spent the weekend Green and their new bay! son. attendedthe Ferula mi Xi'ViMiiln-r i:. : > It. ,- -
as weekend guests Mr. and [rs.1 family General Hospital and of salaries paid and the I r''n; ii.i .. -

Hiliv Bui bank Jr. and family of I with Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Dr. and Mrs. Pete G. Felos U. of F Rice football game. number of employes.A ..\\VHKItRAS.>' hair !I....-t all'.Mlflllell re.U.ifnient\\ III in ..t' .1.'.1 Ito ''.. 'h.! I i'I- 'f' \ \, ,
I Goodman and family. returned Sunday after spendingtwo Roberts of iindiict .,_ ;; q., \t'/\
Kernandma Beai-h and T-Sgt. and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. >u h rt-ferendutn 1- '
member of the Commissionstaff t'
weeks in Chicago Ill. 'IUlr..1 I liy t-l i. '
and in Jacksonville Thursdayto I I'hapter 1.: "'S.\ amiWHKUKAS. '
Mrs L J Richardson family Mrs. T. J. Griffin was Daytona Reach spent said it will probably be several the "..r.1 "' i.unu"i'inniissiifiiers I:" "
.11! Valdosta. Mrs. Richardson andhzldrn Friday to Wednesdaywith : Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. commission ( of Kradfuril ('''l1nh'. (MFFICIA1.' :sr \t I .
before the
,' remaining this week granddaughter Miss left Tuesday for Cethleh m. weeks "'I..lula ili-MniiR to give publicn ,'h." t t. XI'J .,
arc .
Roberts.Mr. ,
Carl will announce its decision on the >'tiif .if Mirh r..f.-. nil in ti, i-lfitnui, 'I.' ik oi t
with me Lawes.Mi Gloria Johns while Gloria's parents Pa. to visit their son and daugh- and Mrs. Tommie Hewitt. Iiri'ir tht-reti.. nmi. th.Tff"rf. 1 Hy Marion L. Crt.slry. I. It'

and :Mrs. Jimmy Wright Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza ter-in-law and family Mr. and of Valdosta. Ga. were weekend rate increase.In KK IT URSnl.VKlX l.y tlie ISiardit 1C I'! I'
i is < (Comity ( .
their son Cliff, at Mrs. E. K. Perryman Jr., for ten and Mrs. Wesley the petition the company Nipinii.ssiiint-i .f I Iradf..1 lit C'irruit ('. .
ana son 'DI Sanford were weekenjiruest.s were visiting guests of Mr. ( Euniv F'I.rttJ.i. I hat a' the .lIr' lI..a.lfo. ( UIIIIKI'Urlila
..it :Mr and Mrs. Charley Tulane University in New Orleans days. Enroute they planned tr Andrews.Mr. requesting a boost of $2 in business ':..n..ral I-I..di..n t<> be held on ; ..In. < 'lianrer>.
D. one party lines from S 1.50 November 6; 1.1.''.;. the question uf il.iyni--;: "'a'n.- Flmd. I 1'
JJohn* stop off Washington, C.Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and whether IVadford i*..unty, Florida 1'- Kdua'd KiiKt: nt Floid. i. -'
I Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Dill spent ana Mrs. E. M. Davis Mr. Children were visiting Mr. and to S6.50: business two party. from shall c.-talilish a fire i-rmtnil unit dan
5.T5 business five party Input to the '-l&itr.. of dillI | <'a'.- Xo I IOrder
Sam Anderson Mrs. A. $3.75 to $ ; ,
Ga. with and Mrs. and Mr. and .111(1 IJIO pIi.tstA
Thomas'inn of ,.
last week Waycross Mrs. ''&llly in thtIti.t1Jfl.r fulon I'uh.'li-.ilUn and .Ii..1' |u
I Miss i Marjorie W. Anderson Sr. and Mrs. Ed- Silas in Jacksonville from $3.25 to 5.00: residence one ''- wit j : fig.I \ pear: laic. i>f rbtritla In:
their daughter, Mrs. Ralph
$3.50 to $1.50: residence For a ttiotfire IMuard; Kusrtie: Floxd.; \\ h. -
1 I ward Schwab were visiting Miss party from Control unit .. ., ...
Dill and attended her wedding on Sunday. S2.75 toS3.75 \"in'l a .-"u"Ifir... i-<'nitro| unit II '>"- .I! -iddit f.icvxtji .-: !r
i on Sunday afternoon to Oscar M.imie: Anderson of Archer ir I Mr and Mrs. Charles Dinkins two party from ittii' FrUTHBK J:"$OI.P.: Fit.t; l'-t flft< N.
; General Hospital on residence five party from that iifitu'c! of said rffrreiultim l .. Y..ik..N: u York.
Alachua : I >
f-o Hendiix at the Central Baptist anti Mrs. Robert McRae spent oil I.i i'-it'I i in the I"railnfrd You arc required t"> appear n'named
: Church Waycross.. Miss Joan Sunday.Mr. ''I Tuesday; of last week at Cypress, $2.25 to $3.75; : residence. five .tph. fur tuo pnlilii-ations. T.|itt I.gi I.--"r :N..viiiI.. i1"* I lto; .,;. III I"I .. ., ;. At Mwl
$2.25 to $3.00.If t"aiil 'l.-'H.I urt and t'oi'-e. \\i-
organist at the wed- and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby attending the State Folio party from "! I"-wi" on iiimlifiI .
Furlong was Gardens: : I I-: i :'",'i; .mil o.-tober :6. plaintiffiekv diV'.r. e at.d ii-' '
L jfr' 1 1I ding.I Jr. and children and Mr. and Mrs Workshop.Mr. I the request is grated chargesfor 'it.irla.( i h.ul.v. I.-rk 1 lion of (.-rno.r nant,'.
I I Louis G.of Jacksonville leave of connection will also be boost in I Oliver
>. F. Baker of Ocala spent a and Mrs. E. S. ,publish this Order in next fv.r l Doit
\k10a I few days this week with his Saturday for two weeks vacation Jacksonville were weekend guests ed. The charge for installing a I '\'OTU'-: : I'I... .. weekly Issues.Witness ; (

God- in New York City. 1 Mrs. Gilbeit Brown business main station will increase In C irruit l..iirl. llrniUurd t'l-unlT. inv. hand and rtffi.--il]
i''Jrant.l.i1IghterIrs: Henry ] of Mr and : I'liirlila. nl -it Stall. f-'lorida. tfu- :: : '
I I win and Mr. Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Taft and Mr. and Mrs. J E. Drown. from $2.50 to $1.50: residence | l.iM\ I..:.. .In. ( thnni-rr I'l! niit.n, \ I 111I. \ ilaof ih r..h.r.. I'..'..h.I ;. MACDONALD CAREY
of eshurg and Miss Gaie Denr main station. from $2.50 to $3.50; .", ".i I In I. ntlant. I Ciiailt- \ l :nltCrrl \ ,
i, Flynn and Mrs. | > of the Cnriiit i '
Mrs. George
vJacksonville were weekend business extension will cost I'I'I iatX.t.. 10-1562:! Iv! :Marion 1. PATRICIA MEDINA
I Mattie Gahagan spent Mondayin Bandmaster I a !>,''h.. Tn Anttrmri < -- > Iteputy t r. :
Mr. and Mrs. Charle New 1$2 extension.$2.5O : tAFFIrIAL SEAI.\
guests of ;,0'; residence To lirtty: l.tt.s-.r. whosr residenceami
: Jacksonville.i \ ,. (Cha. II. Hess. ?M 05 Guaranty I..f. AM U
I Dinkins. I 1mm'l"s and changes, from $2 to iiili-s is 'i.'iii: King' Iliffhwat.' Huildinc. J.it-ksonville. Fla.
EVEN in normal times, it's and i c o Mii.Ii.-.l Tun-sky.! lirooklvn! XewVork.
i Flo Lyons and Mr. I Mrs. Floerence Willey of Neptune -.\It> for I'lf in 19 4t : .t.:
'I BHS Unit | $2.50.
Rates ,
: .
![ Mrs. Joe Brinkley and Koyc I You -4
this are herrhy
important to have your insurance -I Beach spent a few days I : that aft I 'MUM: nt CIIIIIIIIIII": .
Jacksonville were "I for ilmmi' has bof-n filed : ) \,
Itrinkley of week with Mr. and Mis. Cula MembersNeeded acain.-t you in the above named All ptrvnii* I lti, \ 'og. t laiiii- or .1. ... ...

policies checked periodi Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Coran. Above Average ; Band Court and cause and you are remuircd : mands 1.\ 11\\,1 apiin I'lilliiMt.tint tate dei-t-ased.of Kin.-:: < }...i-\
Mrs. J. C. Fogg. I to serve a copy of answer
your .
Lawson of FSt herrliy notifitd i :and r'-'i ireil t. tiiheir .
rail)'. New additions and implements Agnes I I i or pleading to the complaint laim1-! in the office of tl I- /
1:. L. Matthews and daughter, and Hill; Morar of Panama City ; by ArmyThe Jon' tht !1'lai"1IfftI..rru'"T.. Frank ,
I .County Judee of Bradford i "- iF1riila
visiting Mr. :\Iatthl"w's i I Ellen \V. :Mathews. new BH? II La I 11011'1111Bnx :.4il Stark--. Florida ,
always make 'ourpropt'rty Anne were spent the weekend with Agnes' I 1:iml, fi-! the orieinal in IIIoffift- j I in th. Ci.iinty Court 1/ .n-,
) mother, Mrs. JS.. Matthews I I parents Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Law- bandmaster added up the scor ..f thr Clrrk of tb.i'lr.'oil Court at Stark Florida within t '

and Dr. anllll's.. II. B'I in a -talk at the Rotary Glut 3id: Army is in ciilical: need l !|: ..n or, Itt-fore Ih,. lit! day of Xovrmbrr. falendar inon'1from the datethe
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valuable. first of thin
more '!! son. I '.,;. ...Ih'h.t .. piibln-atioii t -
McLendon in Orlando over the j Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop Jr.spent Wednesday and found the Brad of qualified! bandsmen to serve ,. t'oinplaintill allt-Rali'His i lie taken as of.ml or' the -ame u ,.II,1. .,

And today, property valuesare weekend.Mr. Saturday to Wednesday in fort 'band well above average with its hand: units. Lt. Gen. ( '-lltrs-i-d noti'e'liV;' you.This "iro rdinif f:. I" la\\ Tino. tol. '

anti Mrs. Louis HUlendahl'I Chicago, Ill. attending the U. S. but cited some improvement Thomas IlIi&key.\ Thud Army once each week shall for four be consecutive published \ii\n; r i.. iTi.i.r\t

rising as ne\ t'f before! 'were called. to Houston Texas !i Independent Telephone Association that could be made. commander. has announct1.A iveeks. in the Bradford County Tele- !.! Will,K\ti: ,iti..ttl t"C Titian tl,. tI.X I'

Thursday of last week by the i i convention at the Conrad Hilton On the credit side were: finan : special call has gone out for | graph.I'ai'd tlu17th day of Oftolirr .I, itt .Mll I'llltU!

( death of Mr. Hillendahl's grand- ;: Hotel. I cial status. character and mu bandsmen to serve with the newly I 195'! ';. :t'-' d 10 19 !.
Don't delay. Make thatyou're band (MFFICfAT. SKAT.)
sure mother. Mrs. Daisy Maitin. They !: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen were sicianship of the student activated 101st Airborne \Division Charles A. Darby. :
returned home on Monday. to j personnel and appreciation of Ky. Third Clerk of the Circuit MUM i: in .4I'l'Lit
well protected TODAY. Waycross, Ga. Sunday Band at Fort Campbell. Court !. ( In-iill Citurt. llrailford (*<.unty.rlnrid.it ,
the band numbers on the part of I ly: :M.iri n I. Crsliv i lirpiity Clrrk
if young In ( hnnrrrT.Mariano
HeR K. MacBlain, Mrs. Herbert Tuesday on business. I Army officials said that

: Thmnas, Mrs. P. J. Quattle- :Mrs. Lucille Davis was visit- the public, the bandmaster said lIOn men are air-minded as well asj i 10/19 4t ll.'SMIIKI Adeline Fmtunato Kortnnato., Defendant.Case Plaint Vt.. '

baum Miss Clara Leaman Mrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Davis Jr. the "needed" side were a few music minded and will\ volunteer ) la Circuit ('..url:. II ti-riMit rail ford County, Xo. 1 I"'tIIl..1' ;

H. C. Wall -: ivard Burns and Mrs. II. H. and family in Gainesville Sundayto mOl of the larger (and more expensive for airborne duty they are vir-l I'lorltln In Chanvrrf. ToAdeline Tnpprar Fortunat". Mlresidence I
AgencyPhone I such ar n.II""hati AnnVilli-. !I'laiutiff., '
instruments ?
) slot \ .
McCondu-hie attended the District Tuesday. tually assured of obtaining .a. I Vn tol \VlitIirfrtidaiit and address. i is: 67Street. 'I! T iL.-
At- bassoon and additional basses; ; DivisionBand :Middle ''ilia,,:.. X..w.u YO. i.
Woman's Auxiliary meeting of I Bill and Jim Edwards with the 101st Ail borne I Case Xo. IHIVANoii \.. are hereby notified that a suit, "
: 146 the Episcopal Church at Live lanta are guests this week of11' and repair on some of the pres following an audition with | T..- Vi.-tor 1'" %tprnr .. fur divnrteare.. custody and, i '' '. -
\\illis. ttho'e l -iilrlliand t'
Oak on Wednesday.Mrs > :\ and Mrs. F.V.. Stricklandat ent instruments. that bandleader. j ;t.lilr.--N is- I'rikiiontiVoi trol of minor i hild
200 E. Call Street ; Dowiing I Lake. The speaker commended the 10cal ai' i In n-liy m>tified that a suit has' been filed against you In the
I W. B antI daughter. Kingsley men interested in for above named Court and cause and
Dunellon Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Scht ret school adminslration for its Young the sen'-I minor ili\or< f. i ustody andupport of i VOIar... required to serve a copy of --R
Slarke. Fla. Shirl.of were I with band units in i-hildrrn has .hren filed
ing your answer or pleading to thecomplaint
Mahaw N. J. were Saturdayand budgeting;: band funds which the against YOU in the "I.\t) lIam.." ,
visiting): Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle I Ion of area should discuss I on the plaintiff'sAttorney I
I Army Court and
Sunday visitors; of Mrs he described as "not all we need Army rause and.11. are required II. Baldwin. P. () p \
Saturday. I matter with the nearest to serve a ..I..f your an-I|, 104. Cainesville; Floridaand V
II I Scherer's sister. Mrs. V. S. St. of course, but more than I have recruiter, the officials said. swer or pleading I.. .niplaint file the original In the office
I John and family. had to work with in other schools the I'lainllff'1I..rn..v. K K. I'erivman. i[.of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor
16 Army bands OP Staike. Florida and file the ] .
There are [ before the 19 day of Ott.tbcr.9i6
Little Karen Colson celebrated in jecent years. He also; praisedthe in the Third original in the offu-r of the Clerk 1 ; otherwise the allegation of urnsXI) BOXXKTS (Cartoon)
LET STANDARD FURNISHYOUR I the b local the nine Army posts of the Cirriiil Court mi beforethe
received from or
her fifth birthday anniversary on support Army area. They are located in 19th day of Xovrmber. 195: ;confessed said Complaint by you.will be taken a* 1,, CIIAITKK: XO 12 SERIAL

I Wednesday Oct. 10, with a party Band Parents organization.Junius North Carolina otherwise the allegations of said I This notice shall be published
t for 21 friends. Games and refreshments M. Smith. who had Alabama, Georgia, Complaint will lie taken! as "11f. II once' each week for four consecutive

II I were enjoyed during charge of the program introduced South Carolina and Kentuc- .sed This by notice you shall he publishrd j,I graph.weeks In the Bradford County Tele SUN.. :MON.. & TIES.: .

the party hours. Assisting Kar the speaker and also a group : once .-j'-h werk for four i-onst.".-utivrweek" i Hated this 12 day of Sept., 19J6 OCT. 21-22-23:
Harold III the Iratlt..rd"nl> Tele i (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
school singers:
mother Mrs. C. W. Colson. high
en's graph.
I I Clerk of the Circuit CourtI
were Mrs. Harry Rabb and Mrs Tyus Bill Dayton, Bob Smith,, I ky.UF Students Aid I I.jo Kated;. this 161h day of CK-tober, I,I 1 [! Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk The
Haines. 9/28 4t 10/19

Ked Emanuel spent Sunday tr and Jan Mundorff. They sang =
who became th3
Wednesday attending the G. E. several popular numbers accompanied -1

sales convention in Louisville I at the piano by Mrs In Class Chores I HELL-FIGHTERS OF

L. J. Green.Movie.
and Mrs. R. A. McCray of I

Columbia S. C. were Saturday' At Florida : At t Starke SchoolThe S tt' a the din Ei I 2Oe0..1s

FUEL OIL and Sunday visitors of Mr. an( i, ,.

Mrs. X. :M. Smith and family.

Mrs. W H. Struth and *Ii.cf.. Tells Of ExploitsOf i iI teachers and School students Tuesday at- stripesand V

Kate Struth have had as visitorsMr. Starke Elementary

I and Mrs.V.: G. Struth 01Jacksonville I War Heroes were hosts to a group ofi

FOR QUICK DELIVERYCALL I, on Wednesday of I! students from the of University EducationS of'loridas j jeaven

[ last week and Mr. and Mrs.; W.I I College wrapped I
in aiding the ,
.. Edwards of Jacksonville 01 I The exploits of one of the they cooperated -

j Saturday.j I outh's crack National Guard units training program of the students. in
85 the all-day visitation in and
j :\ J. P. Stevens and Mrs. |that fought in the Pacific during During I :;

I Joe Tuilap of Sanford were visiting World War H have been dramatized Starke, the 25 college students beauty I "
I with music and story II
:\trand Mrs Xed Yancey in "Between Heaven and assisted II

We Furnish Tanks and Stands from :Monday to Thursday. Hell" featured Sunday Mondayand hours in the first through the I I I 1 Hell
I Little Bobby Sheppard under- Tuesday at the Florida The- sixth grades. studentr
the j I
: went a hernia operation in Riverside ater.

K. G. DUNCAN AGENT | Hospital on Tuesday. He The story uses the war episodes were 12 teachers from Guatemalr j tII
special seven | -
i came home that evening and i: as a backdrop to uncover the who are attending '! \ DI LVII
at the university. .
( getting along nicely. jpcrsonal conflicts and emotional weeks workshop i CINEMASCOPEPLUS

j I :\11 s. Merrill Struth, daughter distutbances of soldiers who be- and have been visiting classrooms I iI I -..

STANDARD OIL COMPANY Kathy. and sonS Roddy will spend Icame heroes in the war. in elenfentary schools: throughout I I I Ro rtWCNER[
the weekend in Deland the state. I
with MriSt Robert Wagner stars as a

ruth's family, the Tatums, anr [Southern landowner who has no The Guatemalans are in this i '. I T TeMflRE;
I of thf II i
country under the auspices t
;. attend the Deland Big! use for his sharecroppers nor any I ,
"' Cooperation Administration Brc enCK CRAFR9 t o
International I
| School( homecoming.Mr. reople below him in class. His

and Mrs. George McDan- [ wife portrayed by Terry Moore of the Department I [

WE BUY ,1 iels of Tallahassee: were weekend fears that their relationship ison of Health. Education and Welfare -

I I guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. Ben Row the verge of breaking up because Washington, D. COne i .: I KAIJHIT CRUSOE
Statke Mrs. i
land. of his attitude towardpeople. resident of I "' Wi (Cartoon)
i Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Malor. Sue Winkler. was with the group | _=
spent the weekend. with her par The story follows the change in participating: in the classroom \ j. ,_ .

I 'I The students paiticipa: '| -.. F WED. TIIL'KS., OCT. 2125PaMBTTsI
PECANS.J ents. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Morn Wagner and the factors and men program. ___ -
\ '
I son in Sopchoppy.Mrs. who played a paP in the change. ted in the work in 25; of the j ----w. <<1/ I

C. H. hail Mrs. Lucia Playing the roles of men who became classrooms in the school. j "-w '<.....'7 ,

Davis; and Mrs. J. II. H.ill of the "Hellfighters of the After the classroom sessions -N: _. :
: !
Newton, Ga. were last FridayVisitors Pacific" are Broderick Crawford the teachers met with Piincipa'i II \,-wrI !

of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Buddy Ebsen. Harvey Lembeck I P. T. Noun to further delve intrthe j

CASH PRICES Kuril.Mr: and Mrs. George Huggins and others. I schools.problems of elementary \

.J nnd hlldlt'n, Tommy and Linda The students will intern in I IFlorida j j\i\
Jax Man is Arrested I ''
1 leive today for ten days in Houston. schools next semester *

TV.xas: where Mr. Huggins After Crash In Clay i They were accompanied bDr '.r

PAID will attend the National Agricul- ,met McCracken associate proff''AAr !

tui.i I R! Agents! conference.Mr. | A Jacksonville man was arrest- in elementary education! \

: and Mrs Wayne Wheeler i j. ed by Clay County Deputy Sheriff I II and Dr. Paulino Milliard pro-1

and. f.inuly of Kansas City Mo. j I i Ernie Padgett last Saturday !j fessor of elementary education ] t

\\'1'1'1lests last week ofIr \I|i night on two charges after the and coordinator for the special :,

6 DAYS PERVEEK and 1 1Irs.. Leo Champion. TheWheelers I I man was involved in a wreck on I workshop. ,

and Mrs. W. B. Thomp-:' Sn 21S in the Clay Hill sectIOn. I j

sari spent Tuesday to Friday of Padgett said the man turned i Mission SlidesSlides 00 00
1 L-t week in Miami. On Friday I!! over his 50 Plymouth in the j jj JUMOP. :)

\ t n.ngth,' Wheelers, the Thomp:j. middle of the road. Padgett press-, of mission woik among !; .
sons anti Champions had fish'fiv '!'ied intoxication and
a charges of
the Indians in Ecuador! will bet I

STATE FARMERS MARKETAUCTION ..ntl! weiner roast at the Don :i: reckless driving against the i I shown bv Miss Ph\!Il.s! Martin A scalloped charmer with crisscross banding of

Oli.m.pion cottage on Hall Lake driver .He said that three jugs of Wednesday night Oct 31 at the '\ I

with 21 relatives but j i
present.Mr shine were found at the scene. I
Church of God. 422 N. St. Clair
off smooth Small
and rsJe Braden. Mrs that they were broken. and all the | St. | fabric showing your

; lIe\ : hit Dais! and Miss Myrtle whiskey spilled. i I H
EACH THURSDAYJ. Miss Martin re'ent1returned' laid-in form full billowing skirt. Woven
Reddish all of Jacksonville Mrs Arrested was Chester Phillips to the county after four years i pleats a StL

Alhe Ritch of Morriston Mrs who taken to I
j and of Jacksonville was '
of mission work in South America.
Wainwright' Produce Co. | Tommy Peacock and son of Or- ': St. Vincent's Hospital in i She was acquainted personally i' stripe acetate sies 715. $1 7.95BARKSDALE'S

:land.) \\'t're'isitors last week of Jacksonville, for treatment and I with the five youn missionaries '

i :Mr. anSI I IIrs.: Errol Alvarez. Cove :
then to Green Springs[
who died at the hand. of ;
I PHONE 179 STARKE, FLA. I M r and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr county jail.Padgett the Atu-a Indians early this year
*:"T.t ;List week the I'U'S'WoEJI
attending said the same man had J. T. Kirkland secretarytreasurer -

AT FARMERS MARKET J Flo: : .,! 1 Realtor's Convention inV been in a wreck two weeks priorto of the Church of God sadevenone : ;; ;( ( Cartoon )

\\ >: P.t'm Beach. and WONDERS
visiting the one Saturday night. And is welcome! to attendwhich OFH.B1'

... _. d_ _.-.. ', ... K.-v \\Y-t ar.j other points ir he added: "But he won't be in- SPECIAL;;
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IAAAIAAALAWAAAAV1AALAA Bradford -- - - - - -
County Farmers Tag Ike's'Soil
ey Home Demonstration ; FUEL OIL

I Notesby 4 4 Bank Program As "Bust" Here I I

raLQI1ITau i : For Dependable Keep Full Service Call

T'i. K ': : i' A-\::: ',i- "HiC1 I loXl; "11,1!; ::t W .: ;i.I:: Vll., Jti: I
Home Demonstration ;ion -. ":>'.11 i! b ink plan ua I
Agent t eat or te aye!:t.- I"\. In the
"bu..t'as tai as the small faiin-j\ 1 I.. IMonk( ) DIN: KINS: : I
case or pine trees it will ne SS
Muff> Kit* i they are at home in the e\enmgs eis of Bradford County are con-

.- MivA.i' J"n..s. Home SeiviteUi'iect I Popcorn Loll t p"[>" or Halls cerned.So an acre, and for pasture SIT.00 :i FUEL OIL SERVICE !

s 1 | : ttixe with FloridaP.mei One-half cup popcorn, unpoppt d: far, only one landowner in per acre, plus an annual paymentof i Phone <1I;:! :Night 91 I
By Ceo. T. Muggins Light Co.. gave an electric I has $7 II
I one-half teaspoon salt; 2 cups the county signed up for per acre each year :\\2: Temple Ate :Starke rioiida
CountyI.nt !range demonstialion recently and II shelled peanuts: 1 tablespoon participation in the program "Crop land must be put Into. I
one of the things she preparedwas T. - --- -- -- I
butter or oleo, 1 cup molasses; County Agent George Huggms the program for a minimum of .', - -- -
fluffy rice. I would like to | disclosed this week.
land preparation is a I one-half cup sugar. and
nil tinaH' \ I: 'lit n.in >'igh- F-tily method years a maximum of III.
W, .. ,. t" A Whitehead good practice in killing out root- pass. her on to you. I Pop corn and remove unpopped "I'm afraid the program is of acreage put into pines must b'

whet, nt i ilked about planting :knot nematodes. Allowing plenty I 't'illt" I kernels. Salt. Make a syrup of little Benefit to our type of agriculture -'put in for a minimum of 10, and

1'en.a. tiLt Bahia. grass across I of time for complete decomposition 1 cup rice, 2 sups water salt to I butter). or oleo, molasses and and our farmers who a maximum of 15 years. +

the r ."td ,m front of his home. I IWell of weeds and grass is a taste.Wash sugar. Stir to dissolve sugar and operate for the most part, small- "If land is already in permanent HUNDREDSof
good practice to help prevent rice until water is clear boil without stirring too hard, sized farms. It seems designed ,
it must be into
the grass was planted I pasture put
the farmers who have
for big
crack stage ((290:? F.Iix t nuts
disease. (not milky) Put lice on In cold
the for minimum
less than CO days ago taste and I of saw it I Lafayette County has topped I water without a lid on pot. Turn I with popped corn and pour syrup hundreds of acres of cropland or three program years, and a no payment of i- details are managed and economic-
setting a I
the young other pigs day.; Moisture conditionshave i the state .in average acre yield on high heat until water begins to 1, slowly over them. Stir to coat pastures They can profit from their made for the initial cost. ally attended that only a trained and
four bubble. Turn to lowest heat, place' evenly Butter hands and shape I the program by retiring careful organization: can attend when
A seedbedwas tor the last three or years. "If sell land under the
been good. good I land and get paid for it. iI i you
White Dutch clover The Lafayette farmers firmly be- lid on pot. Cook for for 20 into balls or lollypops as soon as poorer I I the urgent need for serving is at
prepared. turning the landI minutes without taking pot lid off. cool enough to handle. Insert stick I Huggms reported an adverse program, you must have an hand.
is going to be top-seeded and ,lieve that early Notebooks I into lollypops. Place on greased reaction among most of the agreement with the purchaser ,
our prediction is that you'll we{I the key to this success surface to dry. farmers he has talk to about that he will continue the agreed

SI good pasture before too long. ,b)' Test Soils A notebook was!' given to each the soil bank plan. One of them practices, or refund the pay- ;
member this month for keeping Orange Ja(KOIinternsThis
Dr. S. R. Marco has hit the 1\ Soils are tested to obtain an printed materials that ale distributed is one the youngest child said, "If I couldn't make more! ments. I DeWITT C. JONES

weather right and has a good I inventory of the plant foods in at club meetings. In thenotebook I can help you make! Wash medium than $7 an acre, I'd be ashamed I Huggins invited any who have i:! Phone 7 Starke Fla
stand of bahia showing after I This serves as a basis for to admit I was farming," the
With to
sized a questions on the
there will be a section fully ripe oranges. i I program
Deeding only about a month ago. using the right kind and correct I draw face one agent said. and him at his offICe. I
for clothing and one for foods as pencil a on come see Funeral Director Ambulance Service I
A good'portion of the toe's pas- amount of lime and fertilizer.Soil these are the major and minor :) With a paring knife trace design\ \\'< n't I'''\' I'orIuinl: I
ture will be top-seeded with tests have indicated, for areas of work this year. :1: with a shallow cut and pet l A stockman also termed the I Our local funeral home enables a to offer convenience sal I

Dutch. This will' also be a good example, that pasture land was I The members may add appro- eyes, and mouth. Allow one per I program ineffet tual. "The amount l.i..t'uur Property'ith Me. I services not otherwU available. I

pasture to look at as you pass I low in magnesium.. This priate magazine articles and illus- \I child. This makes an attractive they propose to give to keep pas-\ Haw Uujers Waiting If The Price ,.

by the Marco home out the Rai- ant minor element serves import-I trative material to their edible table decoration or favor. ture out of production wouldn't Ii Right A I
road Dr. Marco a' note-I I for the cost of \ We furnish the service at lowest and
ford gives )jgulate the uptake of books, if they wish. At the t Other suggestions even pay mowing WALL REALTY highest type prices

lot of the credit for his success !I foods and is very important as a the year, the notebooks will becollected I.I I Chocolate cup cakes with I' to keep it from growing up in 'j\i i KKfilsTKKKl: liKOHKU: accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT l

thus far to Raleigh Conner. Regardless -(I carrier of phosphorus and checked. The high I orange colored icing You may de- I weeds," he declared. Box 466 Phone 487-J company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral.

of who gets the credit, j I'e are always happy to discuss scoring notebook will receive re I, corate with rasin eyes and mouth. I In explaining the ('onl1'o'ersial'program 337 X. Walnut Starke Consultation carries no obligation.
some good pasture is being devel- I Huggms said:
a soil testing program with cognition. Hake in cup cake papers for party I\
take lire Pre\eiltion Week "It is divided into two parts. .
frills. ------- -- -- -
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oped.One you.'e will help you 'I I ---------
more that about tops bothof samples when we can or advise The 4-H members at Hampton Hot chocolate for beverage with First, the Acreage Reserve, which

these is young Gerald Norman you on how to take a good and Heilbronn have been alerted i white or orange marshmallow on ''I runs from year to year, and payment !

out in Heilbronn Springs. Gerald (composition sample. to the needy of safety and fire ', is made for not planting !
two acres, got a good their in top.For older such allotment crops as tobacui :
prepared prevention by project i j the age group you i
rain, harrowed it again, plantedthe Hang Test Cows I safety. They are looking for hazards I I can't improve on told sweet cider peanuts, and cotton. Growers of Is

30 pounds of seed, got a Dr. L. U. Baldwin will be in I at home and corseting them. arlt fresh:;' made doughnuts.Make I these crops must sign up before Seeing Believing
week of Oct. 22. March 15.
our county the planting time Paymenthas
good rain, and says in two weeks They will report on their progressat up doughnut batter the day
In- has a stand of grass. He will be testing cattle, dairy I home and are collecting them. I before and chill. Roll out and fry I not yet been announced, bu
eliminate possibi- last the amount was 1"
beef, to any season
There is one thing for sure- or at the next clubmeeting.Halloueen just! before guests arrive. Drain
lity of bangs disease. If you havecalves cents a pound, not to exceedS293
tiahu grass is a good pasture 1 Treats and sugar with a cinnamon sugar _
between five to eight 1 \ an acre.
and it will grow anywhere in This is the !season for "dif- ((1 tablespoon cinnamon to 1 cup A i < x t
months of he will vaccinate "I behve that a number o
out enmity Pasture and livestock age ent" n-fif-hments at gala granulated sugar i while yetI I '
I them to prevent bangs disease. farmers who work off th"I\u!
make of best farm partu or just for the family I -: in. ,
up one our d/, a' y1 o x aids'
Please leave your requests withus -- I I farms and who have small allotments <>! ,, H ll
(iuiilim.it ions. Mullins. an,j no tobacco barns, w i::
or with Dr I Science Club OpenThe I
Starke Woman'sSoninLaw (
Tobacco iruurrn I eventually sign up for this pro" I
Selling I
A good tobacco grower cannot gram. For instance a man wifi
wait: on soil-bank developments is difficult to arrive at an Will I BUS Science Club announces a two-thirds acre allotment mm!;'
,, that it is open to new mem- I
ti' nuke plans for his next tobac- acreage figure for strawberries beis and old. A meeting was get 20 cents a pound for sun m2'l'$
i (, 11'opVe know you are interested this season. There are several Head AF.Office held after school Tuesday and I pounds, and hence be paid ;'(;' ;E
In better tobacco yields.In increased plantings. There arc;i for not planting.
elected follows:
I Ul >6 officers as
this connection we would liketo several new plantings and these | | Can't Grate I.'uul"IIoweer
I Mari- e
suggest that you give some are a few who have been plant- J suninof : lyn Nancy Cox, vice Bates president, president: Barbara: land put into AIM ;. .y rt 4 rt

thought to early land preparation. ing but have not this year. | Starke. will leave his present assignment Bates, secretary: Franklin Ritch. age Reserve must be totally
If you had a tobacco crop following -' Plants are still being set. Good at Wright-Patterson I|I' treasurer; Gerry Gibson, report- of production. The farmer cann.'

oats or rye, you perhapswere plants are available right herein AFE in Ohio this month to become 'i er.I take off harvest of any kind h.

pleased with the crop. If the county. One good grower officer-in-charge of the Miami I cannot graze it, or ever cut ha\
To the club a member
I join
you even broke jour land this I:;:aid last week that strawberriesmade Air Force Procurement Of- He may have to fence it to k'p i 1
I | must meet a few requirements $
fall for tobacco, you perhaps him 1IO1t''el'Y year. flee at the Miami International stock off. In the event he bie.ik-
which include making a JO-min-
were well pleased. i Might: make you some also. Airport. I the law by allowing stock t"
i ute report or a 2.000-word essav
Maj. Hieatt has been branch graze it, he will have to refund
The aim of the club is to familiarize -
I chief in the Electronics Staff Division the payment and pay an additional II '-
I the members with science.
GET READY FOR COOL of the Directorate of Procuiement I The next meeting will be held I penalty of 50 per cent.
: and Production at "Growers who put their allot
| Oct. 11 at 7Q:: p. m. in MrDuncan's
i ments into the soil reserve program -
Wright-Patterson. The Air Material -
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room at BIIS.t
i Command has world-wide will not lose their allotments :

I procurement, supply and maintenance t as this is not affected b\

OUR LARGE SELECTION OF I responsibilities for the ;i con-tracting the program.:
entire Air Force. I Bomb Wing of the Far East Air "The second part of the program ,

I Maj Hieatt has also been chair- Forces during the Korean con is called Conservation Reserve q

man of the electron tube manage flict. lie served in Iceland in 1943 and under this section x

OIL HEATERSWe ment group at Headquarters, and again in 1917. payment will be made forill ,

AMC, and has represented AMCon A graduate Winchester.. Kentucky crop land or pasture land that
industry Air Force commit- I High School, Maj. Hieatt has been used within the past
Have One To Fit Your Need I two years and which is taken out
IteesI He has been active in installation [attended Transylvania University,
of the communications Lexington. Ky. His wife is the of production. In this case, too
I there must be
system from Alaska, and it a ':former Mary Lucile Torode of no harvesting

technical adviser to the American ''Staike The> have two children, grazing or cutting of hay. ,
Florence H HI Ordnance Association Sue and Paula 1 21.95 : "The grower is required to establish -
Before to AMP I
c n nr M-n- coming In i some type of permanent !lull effect of uncontrolled fire on timber growth. The plot on the right has been burned ilI I

Boss I .' __, .. -.'. _:-., _. .' ._ _.., ,_ ,. _" .. permanent conservation pastures practices or ,pine such trees.as,1, i lI e>ery year since 1910. Only four trees remain The plot on the left is well stocked II I i

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OBni Ki-- GAY'S : jh Service surveys show that an average of only 35 board feet of timber per acre I

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Home gross on land burned annually a eonsenathe estimate on unburned acreage is I
Appliances I
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Stinl.iS' + <'huol.l 10 a. In. I'.r ini. Use Of Land

;l1g Uui-h'p, 11 a. m. TiJiiiinsI CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I Pan
tl T T15 P1-T Homecoming Sunday To Future Farmers
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istrut 'Iea li Ts Mt t-t :i'U'' n: ii,' .1 pII.Up! 1111'-:: I UiAtetie ni the ,:lie-1 .n theCounts P.uim.nMI., .-is bark in those Supt'IVi-oi-: grar.rr:: 1 .. c '.. :,I': ]t i

I The Filth Distil it t oi! tin follln-! 1"1 i ter! 14! :.7; t'r r s.This IS all will hold its annual ',lof the SCD mn-f\ j i't: the ]i
LKV: LINE days vveie as might be imagined
Churchill : MI i, da state Teachers As-oc lation you line t"> PLY tor the entire Homecoming SundajOct.. 21.1 I were i..i :..,p'z of the K ituii I Flr-: '!
Church Presbyterian : "rox.mUUTI.T
Melhodist |I SundaSchool 9.io; a.m. Morning held iL, annual meeting Monday \ei'! Tne ,*.. \e will close on with dinner on the grounds. j,' lower than nowt<1.l\ Brick t"s ,: \n..a: It t'.i'it' f.I; : i": 'l:

.. I :n Palat a, with President C ('. Oi toliet 31. Sec Adjutant Hay Fred Noble of Jacksonville, for the foundation was ordered iri'it.'V: ; List week :: 1'! .. ..f
,' a : >!mL'ovd
.- 9 4:", ,uuda'. > :'i nat : \hL' ( : ,j'l.d.ie Worship 11 a.m. Evening i i < j t
i ,Anderson principal of C C .\ml- wood 1'iooks or any member for well-known Methodist. will bet I j[I from J. R. Camp & Bros at ,\ ll-eer; ;
J \' :img \\ .<'.snii p n !t' 5 ;p u1ntiit.I1 Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetmreach I 1 I
I erson Junior High School in further information Ike Kelly. i the pnnupal speaker. The Rev Campville at $6 per thousand less ,
M y, F b 1" 7:30 In i>:iu';' .1 ii tion., !tip:
'I: "I (me! i..i !pi ?i ti ml: 9 I l"i I. in Wednesday : pm. EVeryone I'i > .p'T- :
thatge. Approximately 61M) dele- Post Cominandei i Troy Wakefield is pastor of the j.la I donation of $10 to the church I
,i I. .one-u-mile" lot M Y. Fh Moiningoiship' sermon bv pastor \\elcome-Rev., H.lot1.,iI i 'I vls li 1" i iI
gates from Alachua. Bradford On Lease church and Mis George Roberts :*: Lumber was ordered from the :
4" p 111., Methodist Youth Fel.iwsnip. 11 a. m. Youth Fellowships, pastor. I I Apniiivei ,i form i ''it-.i. ; n-" J I
Citrus Levy, Marion, and Put- same firm. at x ri
Airman Bishop McDougald ha is secretary.Recently ,: a price of ? p i iI
'. ; 7:30: evening worship. 6 p. in Evening Worship, 7:30: p. The i jot: the Kist : i, ts t'qmpm''I' .\a j jn.eis
nam counties were present. a leave for two weeks after completing the church has beenrenovated. | thousand board feet, again less! a i iI
E\er'vane is cordially invited to I m. \MITOV: address deliveied of the iinpmenl| n .,' .j' |1
keynote was by j his basic \ Volunteer members I i I donation of $25.:
: training in Vyonung
the services of the church. ; Tuesday Women of the Church ('IlIa II.\X ('llr7U'llChristian :,' Dr. Gilbert Porter Executive at Fort F. E. Warren helped rip out some of the old'fJOd'A'ork I Carpentry work on the new '' tuie must Sgll this tor:, .\ :.'.> ii j

I IS p m.Wednesday. Knieavor, Friday, 7:30 the FSTA Greetings'and '' holds the use! liable for| ,I" II i 111-: I'
Secretary of Bishop is a 1956 graduate of RJE \\ and plastered walls, i building was done by William
m. Bible Study Wednesday. '! I | I Ii
p. ether 'hi'i! nntn.'il ', id
i I i Prayer Meeting welt"ome tthe >rgc : \ < r i:
1 were given The interior has been rebuilt and Black I
stellar basket contract
and a ball playerfor on a of $565.
i price
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I 1 7:30 Sunday Morning Wor- i
John Sproull, district Methodist |I and Bible Study, 7:30: p. m. ( p. j Mayor and Chairman of the Board ;, the Tigers. His parents relatives many of the beautiful windows and he and his wife were boardedfor tear.i 1
Thursday Junior Choir ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 'tp. II I Derided ,i mist' 'u-, :I1.. 1
;i.i\ .eader for the Gainesville dist piac of Public' Instruct ion. Special music and friends are delighted tc have been repaired through donations the 10 weeks it took to complete i pit
7:30 Bible School 10 m.1 j
t i ;i :. will deliverthe morning ad- |I tue, 3:30 p. m. l m. a. : was furnished by the teachers : have him home from former members. the building at a rate of tiai tor-ill'.iu-:! tree p':uit,', i' t'" .ll
W. M. Jones, Minister. I1':1
dieas the Starke Methodist : I I.xtw of Putnam County. Mrs Z. P. Albeit Clark. Jr. left the cit\ Grace Methodist Church has I' $350 per week. '< l 1*ng: des' nss.'In ; : : u .islaguvd ;

hutch celebrates Laymen's DayiSundav I IItII.BlWXX11..10"1: : '.\ I Jennings: and M K. Huff were had a colorful history since the. I th.i' ,roost; :Inii ,'s "c: m
Tuesday after a month's leavetiom I
: KI\KK Records of the history of the
: Oct. 21. .i B\riisr ('111'1111Sunday j jBUTIVTtlllKCII the door prize winners from Brad the U S. Army at Fort first day on May 25 188! when it 1!i church are filled with items of | the (aunty! i in sit or, t : ,','- in e
I : small mi' ;cc's bhin''! i 1"" : ib ,, i*
Mi Sproull is a member of the foul County President Andersonwas Bennmg Ga. He the of was established bv a meeting i
is son interest For example the minutesof .. .. .
School. 10 Morning i 1 'a '
a. ,
m School. 10 Worship econon Il\j.: ; It111''" <
Sunday a. m. succeeded Herbert .I
St James Methodist Church in' by Cole-i! Mr and Mrs. Clark of Lincoln called bRev .1 II. Stoney pre-
of June 8, 1S98 tell I
1'iUtki. >. Worship. 11 a. m. Evening Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service man. principal of Howard Academy ,, Citv jldmgelder 01 the East Florida a meeting I i'i'ostnnneti .. tlt's: on ,.. :1 i .' i
I that the hurch otfeied fm salea
Worship. 7:30 m. Training .,, ,P"I I
celebrated '' p. 7pm, Prayer Meeting each OialaFne fair Ox'us :M.nul.n Distill, St Johns River ionference Mbilit\ of putihi-i'u r: .1
Li\ men's Day is by'Mie 't'nion i (Sundays) 630 in I horse which was pun'fused!
!i p. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyone | PreventIOn Week was dimax.1 i The Bradford Fan will Records of the meeting1: r hopJlt'1'I
Methodist churches in honor 1! Week Prajer Meeting. \\' County La :Mi Bice'on, on the -< 01So

ut the contributions of rhumb d'ivs. 7:30: p. in Rev S.tid-I I welcome -L. u Parker pastor. ed at PJK school with a splendid 1 open Mondav All persons wishing where that the following persons down .ind the slde! whtnlonvement 1 Mi Kemp, 1\ i I. 1 h i"' -

the work of the assembly program by the second to put things on exhibit are asked original members Alexander 'hthh. '
men m Beaid, pastor. t I Othei items i weii: The i hun m 'u} ':i \ n -
hKORr.KN; ; !
; I and third grades taught by Heu- to bung them to the Amencan W Biddle. Dora Diddle William To Mi Chan hi,I I. one ,st, ui IIt- his I'III".I'! p- ,iji, '. > : .

NORTH: IOEIf.1l'TMT SFAFATH n.\\' 1 \ITIVT ClintCIJSunday > J lah J. Lennon. The guests were Legion Hall any time after S a. : 15 Smith. Elizabeth .I. Smith. Edward tei at 52 "i II.i Mi Konici one tIl"t:! in time tnd! 't' It, \t' ,":

ADVKXTIVT CHURCH School 10 a m. PreachIng ,I fire chief Carpenter and Mayor m Mondav Our spate will he the L Stafford Rachel Staffoid tl'a\\ h." \. pun hci _'"> iii'- M1Breeton t ttt'i! :' : it': ") .\ ,':c Js i :" -r : 'v
('lIFll'llSunday ,:I 11 a. m Training Union 6:30: : .I.Kkson of the awardsof ''John W. Bushnell Ehsa J. Rti'h- .
Chief stage building Cash ,
I ISfn'ices I Carpenter emphasized <'no stone h".tl i i. "t- t t..I '..P :. 1' ; '.1'..
School. 10 a. m. Morning each Sabbath In the I II II I p. m. Preaching 7.C:: p. m. Prayer cleanliness as a basic step $511 l will be divided among the ''nell Benjamin Alden. Nancy Al-

Worship, 11 a. m. Training home of S. N. Brown across from I I j i Meeting Wednesday 10:: p. m. fm fire prevention on the part I jthe I schools that participate and New shipments ore coming-we need spael!
T'num 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship Bethel Baptist Church east of |' of adults as well as children. I have prize-winning exhibits. Only' I and MaiL Mixer

7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting I Stal ke. Sabbath School 2 p. m I' \\nOIH.lIsslOx.nY Complimentary remarks were school children will receive cash Shortly after the first meeting

Wednesday, 7.30: p. m. Everyone ;, Bible Study each Wednesday, B.\1T1VT ClirUCII: ;I made by Principal Thompkins award, but adults will receive :rI building ommittee was organized -

Wt'kdme. E C. Harvey, pastor i 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. .! 10 a m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. and Mis A. G. Moffett. teacherof nhbons Parents are asked to send i t" hold! a new' ihunh. Dui- !

___ I preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: prayer -: the fourth giade their children to school prepared Illig| the m1t'llm.Ill". : '! m s were -

I), service, 7 o'clock song services l.ault'_. I''f.1-IGbily, dm. to attend the fair on Thmsdiv RO

I i Oil 25 The show should start
At the first meeting of the
('IIUISTI \\ ( lIn l'Il around noon so that children will HOY'S 100ZDUNGAREES
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Law ley [PTA-Hobbv Club officers 1
I Ii Itl
he able to catch their regular
Hc\ .1. t;. NheruoiKl, l'.i>tor I were elected as follows Mrs I
Bible School, 9:4: ::; a m. Morning True Love Smith president: Robert '
STARKE, FL.RE" .\. ('hurt'h \1'I \\" i
Worship, 11 a. m. Youth i Franklin \ue-president.: Mrs
Mt Monah MethiHlist! ('lion'h
Chunh 6:30 p. m. All young Sadie Clark secretary: Mrs Char- I
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i will observe Liivmens League on
people united lie Moore, assistant: Mis R. H
i !Kundav Oi't. 21. with a one hunt .
Donald reporter. Linwood Crawford -
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town | r.KTIIKI: 1 1I !i former president of the PTA I progiam starting at 11 a. in
Guest speaker will h. in \\il- alt
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 RUTIVT CIIUKCIII made a plea to the parents to I ; r
li,im Ilissms.: Palatka dentist I'a.
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching cooperate with the school program et. I-
--- !' services ', $!( pet'nil music will be rendered bvMis >ra t
11 a. m. and 8 p. m and have a sustained interest 1 x 1 1e 1ra
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M I. S:00 P M. Z P Jennings and the r. C.
I Song service .:30 p. m.P.ev.. in the welfare of their ihililren -.
Anderson Junior Si hoolQuaitette
Sunday School 9:13: A.M Training Union 6:15: P.M. R. L Lee, pastor.IIIGI111'.IY. I Praise was given: to Principal i| ( The chairmen fo'un1l'n's k ; a

Anderson for the fine services -
\\ Hay on the fourth Sunday -
8:00 P.M.:
Midweek Service Wednesday, [ 4tf
( IIU'KLSunday ; he has rendered through thc 1 LIFETIME
ate Mrs M t:. Roberts and YOU'LL BE
school, 10 a. m. Church and to the citizens commit-''
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at ; years Vasta: Williams, with :Mrs F S GUARANTEE
services, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic tee responsible for the new name'of '' AMAZED
Pieice of the women'schoir.
in charge;:
services, .:30 m. Thursday the school C. C. Anderson Np Time Limit i
11 a.m Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. p. ; We regret the illness of .

young people's meeting, 7:30 p.n..Rcll Junior High. Principal Anderson : Sister Ethel Jeanette Williams. a Sanforized No Mileage limit at the high allowancesNo

m. all to send their S Smooth Zipper Fly Expiration Data
urged parents faithful member of Mt Monah given for your old tires: !

children to school every, day so''! She: is at the home of net sister I Bar Tacked at Points of See l/i For Defoik1' 1 I
OF conSunday that they can learn and get pro- I
in Alathui Countv and we are Strain .
School, 10 a. m. Morning moled .\ curriculum study is being ::x

A Service To Look Forward To S P M I Worship, U a. m. Sunday planned so that this can be praying According for her to an speedy unofficial recovery report \on-ra\el Lock Stitch fr d Super-Cushions wll{

Evening S..f\'ice. 7'43::; p. m. YPE one of the best junior high schoolsin Bottom Hem
o Sermon Ky Pastor: "TIIKEK HKLLS. fiom the repoiter the new
I gen'ue Wednesday., 7:45 p. mPrayer the stale of Florida The next 9 Custom Nylons $1.25
I pastor of Allen Chapel is I.eR Triple Stitched Seams
Songs fly "FAVORITE; MELODY) Ql' ARTET" Meeting Friday, 7:43: p. mLA meeting will fce held in Novem ,, J. Washington The annual conference -

I WirvSundav her. U H Donald, reporter SIZES 6 TO IB f; 9 Marathons I
closed Live Oak Sunday
in -
i School 10 a. m. Mom. "Ijtllt ,J..hUII"1'1'. I with all ministers returning Reg. $1.69SPECIAL vveek\y
First Church
Baptist HamptonSunday Serv-
mar Worship. Ham YPE
The Social Club Mrs. Ethel Jo their respective chaiges 6 Double Eagles b
we Saturday : m.
p. |I' Young president will have their Rev L. McKay did not preach I I

School 10 A, M w., ,I AIK I'AKK j I first benefit dance on Friday at Bethlehem Freewill last Sunday d Deluxe Super-Cushions

i. l Clot 1 fl. from 9 to 12 p. m. :at1 due to the illness of his wife $1.00We
Morning Service 11 .\. M. BUTIVT ('Inl CII !' '
R.IE I'afetorium. Last year the The Missionary' Society Carried| on MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON ?
Sunday School 9:43:: a.m. Morning -
Training Union 7 P. M. t I Worship services 11 am i club !sponsored a Cinderella Ball the services led by Sisters AII.1'I sue S&H green stamps Pli2k7_;.1}. :; ;" ,;XJJ:; 1 1GOODMAN
". for the youth and presented a set and Green The I Can Club met it
Training Union 6:45: Evening I
"Hour Of Power"( Wed. S \P. M. ;p'" I 8 pm. of swings for the elementarjctuMien the home of Sister Allen Sitmdav Service Station
:service pm. Come and
1'a This year they wart i i night: and discussed Chi, is- EAGLEDEPT. 'Q
worship us
"E"rr'iHor An Honored (Cuest"MARVIN : I to tin bigger and better things i. ian Living The Faithful Few'
SECKKK I n. COOmi; VNt7.
A CHI'Km OF JKSt'S CHRIST 'for the teen-a..ers. Admission, all
E FAILE t-l schoolstudents 50,'. adults and I I night Choir practice, Tuesday STORE
Pastor \TTEK I> \V SAINTS I S. 301 at South City Limits
non-s>'hool 1. Prayer :
Services each Sunday tn old persons $ Clara Meeting Wednesdtv

Masonic bell 1 on E. Call St. Sunday I Cohen, lepoiter II; Sunday School, 10 a. m Deacon "Alwajs First ." Starke, Fla
Adult Mutation; I S. \\'. Newman. supt <;iidsBlye ,
School 1" .
a m. Sacrament ,
I service 6-30' p m. Everyone wel The classes in adult education leporter. I

i come. 'me still in sessIOn at KJK On { First Born Church wishes to '

REVIVALCOME I Monday' night mathematics is I. thank all who participated in the '

taught by Mr Green, Tuesday anniversary and made it a success '

Move Of School science by Principal Thompkins: We were able to present

Thursday. English and speaking I $102 :37 to the pastor Elder F. R J

ONE COME ALLLet's From Heilbronn Supervisor Shell, and Friday Howard Hot fish hot dogs and ,: =x a4t'
American Government and history I other good: things: to eat will be I :o

I To Starke ry Prmiipil Anderson. All adults sold at the church ground to- .
Have A Great Revival are invited to attend. I day (Friday) for benefit of the ,,. s.

Heilbumnt.sihool building .\lniljlrIt'lIIhl'f: .hil'| lri\c I j church with Sister Lydia Lane I ,

Let us Worship the Lord Together 'till be moved t to the Staike Ele- President Pauline Marshall urges | and her committee in charge r >Y

2 Timothy .: IO mental v S hool to be used, as all persons interested in be- 'II'II'i j' Sister \\'. Strong, reporter I (

classioom.s School Superintendent i i coming a member of the Legion Sunday School students of New- a

BEGINNING SEPT. 29 I Harmon Morgan said this week. 'Auxiliary to join before Oct. 31 I Bethel Baptist Church were served -i a P

Morgan said the moving work ,'as the dine for new members Iwill I refreshments and given gifts I

I'S awaiting approval from the, \ close on that date and will last Sunday afternoon for keep-|

THROUGH NOV. 3 Board of Education: A man i, not open; until next year in October ing their quarterly books for the ; (

j from the state board must inspect All present members are asked entire three months. They are !I

i! the project and give appproval be- to pay back dues tv this same i urged: not to lose their books during -!

SEVEN WONDERFUL SERVICESCOME fore the operation begins date or not later than the meeting 'j" the last quarter of this :year j i i

The Heilbronn school was closed at CUE on Nov. 5. If you '! Guest teacher last Sunday was COURTESY

down this year and the students find it inconvenient to retain Prof. E R Shell, who later joined -

BRING A FRIEND j I.insfcncd>1 t" the St.uke and your membership in the organization : the Sunday School and was ''

I Lea\ti-\. ,s. h...iN.! kindly notify us by letter i heartily welcomed Regular services ':

Matthew 1:21: 01 in person, so that we will not were conducted by the pas- .

have: to report for you at the1101 i tor. HeA Vinson Joan Jenkins -, WINS

TIME 7:30 NIGHTLY i i :\ -\\ inter conference and other reporter uud

import'int meetings,: that will beheld i

0 during the fall and spring. ': St. Edward's Church | I

DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH interested persons should con- ,
Sunday Mass at 9.15 '
a m.
tut t Mrs Sophia Royal membei
Holy day masses I 6:30 a. m. and : FRIENDS.
t'r ship .h-uiman. or Mrs Ethel
(8:30: a. m.Children's. I .
Yoiins;, secretary All old mem- i' j ji
Catechism Class each I
1 i
:ue asked to bring in a new
member Corean McNeil reporter Wednesday at 3:15: p. m.kr I ,

SIEGLER USES HEAT THAT'S11MlSJ A '" Special ani Hates wish for men to ion who Post areveterans (At St.)stone William's Heights Chapel) I, for FLORIDA and YOU !

(Follow Hiway 21 south to 8t.William's .
I J5 1.4c :U4 have been :announced b\ VueComminder -
i H 011tER1 '(' Sign.) -
Julius Ro\al MI! menare
f 1 1 urged to join this OIq.mz.l-:
f Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Time for fall !
I foi check-up
ion Allle'ianrsiil and hpI let your courtesy
OVER YOUR FLOORS V Confessions before all MassesTaste .

Look at these exclusive rilAKLEY E. JOHNS & SON (' "

SIEGLER features about this question The good food ;. -'" : .. In the nrit fen. m.mlliliirxl! "

.'\uto \f:ya.. ptav ho-i to the greatest influx of \, .
-.T..o-in.One Heotmoler Liability ismo.t : .
.Save to 50"0 in fuel I 'r\ lots in our hiblor They're our bipy-tloo's
up :ra ., ) '
.S.eglermalic Draft ends soot end smoke important to protect( me candidate .'.........., ,I ..... '. -
.S.len.FIOOhng quiet motor TIOL.11 : .1>- .. Lu-. ess...I d'5 show them we app"Permonent
super enamel tir.ih from a 10.000 or .- :!(I.OOO \1 I Put o ';-I- i, .. '
lifetime porcelain Smile' 4 them This check ha 'f.j
b directional Tropical Floor Heat ?,,. .1 cane is v -ijrtin

Cwt way"iron construction I lawsuit in case 1 injure .me- ; it. ;anti SUPER 0 an'Florida's Map! j tinrisht dirrrt-i

..summei I\leer.Flfe tooling burner ol cleans the ru ai" oi'a Vat sn -in } line or damage proper!} Hoeer \\- you'll cat your \ iv' 0 E QSMIIf....ii.nefcrrrfttlly'- .!

(personal injury to me or I for ''Super Sue"-thee I o 1n.n......ioto. .
la I :lie -jni ". i IOJ
of quality ;
: cream party
mpaenuers IIr damage: to llri.f roartr**. .
0f. Pal to "orkI h..1 "till! rr it-' r hal'" r
for everyday enjoyment! l M f.. ,.'.".lao'j "

mown S.'i.OOII: ( car can lie J O I. .III b.'D"I il-o i' gold business

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e\pensi\e Can jour a<*eni>
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Iit OM tM( Oltl .aC
flit HEATHS gite me complete auto in'urancecoverage VOTE FOR

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f _'!:a! 1 X. Temple ,Ue Starke Flat & Son Agency ''f'.,..'' V/ojld yoj I file a tree supply of ccjr''?s/ check charts to disVib.it 'I t- '

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$ ; f- Ug Tornadoes Lose Poor Bess 6 Kids And No Home Utility Tax Boost Sale/ of Drivers'

To Palatka 7-0 Licenses Tops SLIPS! '

Goes Into Effect

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'.\ -iii'i-b: t ti mi 'MI' tilt.' : Year Ago Count 100 Pet.OPXUI '4
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e .I.u! ins the ::.IPH' i '
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t he haidest I've en-i --. Th.n.:: : : '. '.1- .. r>., .; .:/ 'tf

:.' play" the coach te' I 11!1. .. Miltl Br. dl"I. ... "
:.1,1 t "n e cluiges' :n 'I! C ':i-ty t !,I.- \ I: NYLONTRICOT j

',.'y will play like thit t t'i r. ... > gait i.i i ollei-tion during th"P"; ."
: k __ ,i the season we will! hi\t .:.... .i.i \\" Lt' : .:t's:' An1 1 ptii.Hl! topped I 1 list \ ,'.I(! L;':m I }

:wI j t l woiry about." j ; i : :1lm.. l'. It "iue ot 'by a slight m.ir:.:!;i II

11 ilka probably has the bii Trent and I[
I sO'1.! : > a.) .oil in Avoiding to an n': 'I.I: !

'.1 C will meet all veai" Lt: ,. count :1:: n.".' !I" r'net'. sid Hack \ I4
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'. said 1 ':, .:, 1 in r ( i.i.nrsuile! '.- 1 this M.I; ; i- .jsi The to- ii

IfS noting the outstanding : .j: ,' .:> I''gtie! !th I: III M.uku'si this \eii W.I"1" ) comp.ii: .! :. Shadow n I \ j(

'imance of Stephens t the t ; : i .!-<-:>- .1"'Ii v. .ti.> l listed into 52".I l..t t \....iSitt'i Panels .

'u had swial| mention fml >:. iiMniii .11 '>ii t l.tt eitheri > 11,"! < ijietatuis: ;s'! \T

\l i L.. tlitldwire; and Bubha LaMeeLaMee i ..,,01 f,.uioit..' tit nil the mils were 1 issued this \en t tin" No Ironing I \

a sophmore stayed at i I.: tint (>i water that can: be had 1 1M.I last with the lota: leachmj: 4.:.It'.J: ; JUST 1)11'1)flhl' ) (fA

I mv.rsilnt I'liiriil.i studentsliu jssisfiil in lass work at the quarterback spot during the '. I : m tHat the rates be 1i Last yea i 's total was 4.:.TOO.: -
) Din) I
Markr l.li-in: ul.irj s< limit Tuesday assi-iulilr in cafcloriuia at entire game. .i -.. .d.,.: r1.t .' i r..t :-1'" t.. M :0 l for 5.1100 gallons. '' The restll' ted luense: sales; 1'....- I Iy

the cud ..f the d.ij' for a disciissiun. uf school: problems. The punting of sophomore haikGary .- .\<" ,1.lIIn was taken: ords showed nine flu)!.' -sold I than

Dennett was also a fact or ;: ..... :J ":" '!11C of these services we've sold
were last % ear Tint...t:it I
in holding down the Palatka onslaughts 'I' -('I1 giung life ought to pro- $5.95 Value
Bennett" averaged 29.6 Old Hessie seems to In saving! that I Kit m,; birth to .siv pups is. not .." uiiia t lexenue," Andiews said. year was 104. List! \ .u !9were I.>

Council Okays/ Absentee Ballots yards on his kick returns with a Messed an cient when tin- future looks so dim. l.essieas in prison ..\\'e ought to think about these sold. \0\V 01.$2.95): .\
Fewer chauffeur
slippery wet ball. at tin dug: pound when the pups arri\(1. 1hej are about I tun weeksnld. things because the city is> growing pelmts1.11'
be in issued this than la.st
Officer Barden : l'tiphnot expecting Register predu-ts that Staike Dogcatiher Kussell llurn'.hy sajs he lio|.c> soiiulxxlvill \\allt taster than the light plant year The
the city election should unofficial figures showed that :Vs.:
on day
i will have little trout!* defeating i an produce the money"Noegel
to J"ilIlI'm: a home. He wouldn't speculate. mi wli.itiuild: happen persons bought chauffeur
make application now for an absentee -. 1 Deland "if the boys don't let down indicated that he was pel nuts
to them otherwise.Eligible .
> Coniiniifil' fii ii Page liAt a drop of IS from lasteai s s;It>
ballot. Mrs. Marian Crasby after the tough same last week ol>posed to any tax raising ef- i,,

,.I"j The next home game will be rUI ts. "Let's find out where the i iV. i It's Mighty Nice to Sa\c
of said !
supervisor registration against Perry on Oct 26. Farmers Council Discusses money is going before we look Twite With Ka Ie'.s Low
that Miie the two new mem this week.Nov. \ C.
into mole taxes" he iaid T. U. Prices and S&H (;.reen .
bets. W II. Billy Noegel and
| 1 will be the deadline foi Noegel said; that other cities
Joe Andrews III indicated the Natural Gas DealA "1I"\I: I\i: I'l.I.. DIUMNliMJI i Stamps
applications of absentee voters. | 1 112 Voters AddedTo which charge for other services .
weie in favor of voting; against May Borrow From : \l> DIs \sTKK.: :
Cl.uk charge of the ilu not iluige a utility tax: such
leappomtment.Tuesclav was in ; opeiation ( \T10\\l.. \ OKFTIIK :.)
di.si'u.s.sKn ot naliual gas for ; as Starke does. EAGLEDEPT.

night Noegel toll1 Lists Si:i ike was tomhed oft Tuesdaynight |
i.thi-i Council members that if County FHA For BuildingEligible
at the City Couni meeting: UIGIIT POINT for the
"thev had
seen what happened STORE
I .
is tWO letters from the engineer- Bradford Shares
their views on the mattel woi. Hay you write. C'onie in and wItit 1
(;'lie bundled and twelve I inn firm advising the city on the
piobably he 'hanged. moie taim "nwneis[ in jour favorite EsTKHBKdOK: '.\Iwa 's First tjualit>
iosu.1'1'1' read to the i
I I members

"I haven't seen what happened." ;h person Bradford! aie County eligible in the toote generalelection in fi Clddfoid(lift the Fanneis Countniav Home Administration borrow- i I The letters. which were termed Blame For State'sBad !ountiUn Ten. TKIJ-XiUATII.: :

\ndiews siul "but the
: mayor I next month than were to build or farmhouses I' progress reports by the Count il-
ind the chief hate repair '
recommended eligible to vote in the May prl- men. notified the Council of fui-

:,nden an(| they are the ones;: STRENGTH and other essential farm ;, tr-ei hearings on the applii.alums

iho"have the icsponsibilily: over SOUR SOIL OUR inaiie.sAccording to the iegistrationtiguies agency's huildngs. county Hdilan supervisor R. Ellis.serving the- J'ot the corporations trymgto Fire Record Sell It Rent It Trade H

1111I. I natural to Florida Ono
Soil Conservation bung gas .
t on the books which dosed local farm families announcedyesterday. {
The rt'feren'eto something 01 the lettets stated that the l..i*<. \1'.11'. in 11:'.ni'-n! Ii i .I.j I Jti:
Oct 6. 5.537 people in the Countyare |
that has "happened") appaientlvcomeined N-E-W-S i iHe demand for gas will probably ex- ot h"l .Hoi id I "Ulllt. till! .11! I
quilified to vote. Of this number. !
an episode in which : said the farm housing loans ced the 250,000.000 cubit' foot still: without an oigaiiired imt's WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
S.4S5 are Demociats. Re-
Rill I Lia'Soil .
Ry made
Union's pistol discharged into publicans and 5 independents. were available under recent I capacity of the pipeline and suggested I lue piott-ition prtl ug rlIl1.: i u enough

the flooi at the County jail immediately ;, !" Const-nation H-nlie 'legislation. A total of $30.000.000( that the matter be investigated timber was dl'St roYl"d" by uncontrolled :

after he reloaded it. The biggest: increase in voter has been provided for this purpost' I to determine the amount ofVis fire to biud! more thai; Low Hates Good Results basy To Place
Area soil scientist T. R Houston legistralion was recorded in .
:W.O'"I' fjve- housesIn
: i\Mihl "p.d! the peiYer.J- !unni
Mayor \V. T. Jackson at Mav- :
of Lake City. prepared] l soilanj N'otth Starke largest county pre- Intere the M' \\OKDS OR LESS. ONE LNSEKTIU* Me
or's CUU! t last week questioned ;; on loan.ill: 1 t ? i'I> iMtomirttions to be expected. these 27 "unprotvt'let!

capability maps for J. K cinct. Sixty-four persons were four pel cent per year on the I .counties u total of 32,8-10 wildfires -. ':.\ADDITIONAL WORD :c
sonof the olicemen about the Adkins. L. Garfield Johns. Ii C. added to the lists to bring the unj'paid .\t least one of the Council

in< ident an,) leprimanded Burden 2 principal. Repayments numbers indicated opposition to burned 3.2s 1,162 aties of ZSr \ADOIIION FOlt UI.IMI AilS OR Alls :>OT Pill) I> \O\\\t S
Ben Precinct total to 2103.
iDampier. Suslow and
after the men said that he had J. Q. up be scheduled over periods up to 33. the natural gas deal.: "Is there 'timberl.md." In counties with organized 111".01' I' OP IS PM t K>T o% iso OH MHHK .\1Ot1I no.\S
Ro-sier These maps are made on South Stalk lecorded an increase I I '
(Minted the gun in the dnection I years. any xvav we can get out of the protection" units there
of one" of the men while it was photographs showing the of 23 voters to bring the : A housing loan \'..iil be secured deal ?" W H. ask- weie only SOOjt) flies and only 1 'ri 'H IK.\T: ::: T\l. linlnx-ni. nian I I'd l: s\i.r; :\i'\\' aiid 11.1 i .\
different types of soils and total for Piecmit 3 up to 1253. ( Billy N'oegel sonih"Ui' i i>niplrlf. |ly f in nislifj..tr Urldrls. A. '. iinh i'li,,,1I,.. ;(111
unloaded The pistol fired after I by a mortgage on the borrower'sfarm. ed. 401,734 acies buined |n.rt. IJTBI.ml. ln.iuurtat St.irht- 4lp lit .
rr.any of the important land fea- Ptecinct 6 Theressa close _
; in was I :."tEI-:' ...\lltl. M lip
Harden had leloaded and droppedhis I tuies. They will be used to developa : behind with an increase of 18 to I I Other members replied that the Timber acreage burned in SI'CAR & ;siu.Kiui.ut .iirniK" \; ,
arm toward the floor. I. The applicants II '' Bradford and 26 other Work 4 'nld. >ti .
agency expects hid already Signed a contract "unpiotect- (CABINET:: and Carpenter tg" at Mark I I. t i
complete soil and water conservation laise its list of persons eligible to city

The policemen expressed the" farm plan for each" farm. ,' vote from 205 to 223.: I: to obtain the building plans and .for. the gas for the power plant etl' counties was responsible for Small cepted.new Joe and C. lUcks repair, nt.jobs 1. Box ac- Ii.! ''c

belief that an episode of "onl"polirt'man ,The object of a farm plan is to : t specific.itions for the Impl'o'I'I'I'and for it-sale to homes! g' \'in. ,; Florida the unenviable i' .'>,;-.\. :',...1.... tf,.hsoui II I % s T'

The number of pei sons eligibleto ments to be financed with the' title of being the state with the !sIiuii Fltt :
snapping a pistol in II i use each acre of agricultural land Most;: of the members said that TKNTH .*IVEnslnr \.uiirCil.L
'I vote in Law ley rose from S61 '
the stomach of another" to which 'within, its capability and treat loans. TO help" the borrower obtain'agreement would be of benefit to woi.st foiest fire record in the R4I1IOS RKIMinKHAll % to a

Noegel referred at the Council to 872 an increase of eight. In (construction that meets generally" nition. These Flonda fires burn- Make All Model. :1 \ ears t\prrii-nrr
each acre of agricultural land according the city. ,,. Sl\K
Graham the list im leased bv one Kraxonnblr ('hllr" icaurtutttd ua our !Senior
meeting two weeks ago all stemmed to its needs for accepted standards of soundness I i ed over an aiea larger than theentire CII.t'. MIF.PIIKIUI ( II \lit.t:.. .'110'\ t: 4X-\\:
protectionland "If Ion't.t the franchise
we (
90 and the
horn the" same floor shooting voter from to 91. the Farmers Home state of Connecticut with '703 W. t'all2!. _Clarke I'b. ::19
i i improvement. i iI registration list i lemain- Admimstra-I for gas in the citv some private -* -- Fill: KRXT-Tm.: t.lr..m h.,.tI .
incident.. Noegel maintained that I j jan I tion will review the ooncein" will:' Mis Rubv Johns) the District of Columbia thrown into j FOR SALK-:X--1V: 8x8x1$ con- ;.t. rang.: ., pair liralei and ret, :
ed static at 32S. .
officer who handled a gun in i --- spe< t the construction txt If these butned-ovei ciete bluck. 11, i ment $1.50 per irt-ralnr lniuiif- ;Mi TniiinnI.
I I noted "and will be in dIrect competition bag Mortar Mix Jl 3V per bag. ."'\\ tat \ an II. I'ii..Mt Sir-
eachlost '
New River and U'ILIrC! Florida
acres weie stretched out .
that shouldn't be the gresses.
manner on
Bradford Ene'!" !r"iK tphone i ill 4M-VV aftr t
with tV .'1' p ni' Zip In isM
force 'I The City of Starke used the one voter. Tii" New liner The local Farmers flome Administration 1"\\ plant" in a straight line they'd make a 94. Starke. tf '

District's rotocycle mower to mow ;, total went from 91 tW i)) and the committeewill I (e-blackened strip of land I encircling :;i 1'I,; : & SAJi.KK;; : M.-at 4fflg M" .
P.arden is now serving" as night county t- ,101 MI,LI;;, at Mark.: I. ,. i ',
radio operator" for the foice." ,j the weeds on the Legion grounds. Brooker total fin 27$ to 277. determine heather or not an Warns the earth" more than five WHEN IN NEED OF tfd ht.Km ,

ji(The Legion is getting roady for The greatest Ir etse in the I Trooper times.
i applicant is eligible for a housing LANDSCAPINGFILL 1: KKVT Fun":>r..1 I u ;.tr. .u..
I the Bradford County fair. I. .K. Democrat total was shown in the 1 .
\1"111I"1 uith flu. ,
loan. To be eligible. an applicantmust I Bradford (citizens will vote on ', .It. 1..1"1" "'
Profanity Case list of white women I though the be the owner of a farm. be I Of Xo\'ember 6 to decide whether the DIRTor \\.tr-., .I i Al.it..g.Al.uhtll at hiiiKsi., J 1):' \\.\ia.. ;M.,1v" _

I i;, men still hold the lead in the unable to obtain suitable credIt I Tightening Up county will join the10 Florida DISKINGW. ," "' II li,,.

I 111'. Marco u.sed number eligible to vote. The list
i i the District for dwellings' and other building counties that already operate un- Fill IK.\T: -- small! tin. ,.,

( Continued from Page 11 ,: otocycle mower" to mow the weedson of women increased tv 61 names. from other" lenders and- -have uer an organized fire protettion L. THICPEN, JR. aparlineni" all fiirni-htil |1" .

his pasture land. He statesI from 2096 to 2.159. while the list enough income from the tarm oi On Road Rules program. Rt. 2 Box 215-D Alton Rd. lutli 1-lfrfH'll.fiiti.in.Ailull.. s; I i.nl\ hi.,

\ 0111 neighboi.s will complain" i I that he is getting good! tesiilts men lose by 41 names. from 2.414to from the farm and other sourcesto I'liaVE 297-J jXTKI "

In other comt activity the.'I with Pensacola Bahia Grass. "I'mI 2.-1"18. meet family living and farm I "S i Tfiething's got to be dime Sales Taxes Starke, Fla. W lilt.\ Tru' ,W.III"k M I"I'|w x.\,1'101.,1","Io',! '. :,,,",,I.,

the bonds es- I not able to get more One additional male Negro registrant and his Top nf Stark... > .
judged ordered ,; any pasture operating expenses lepay and my bosses fig lIn' t that stiutei' MIK .IV "iiil (I'h''T,
1 was lecorded and three H..I..HI x-1MM. VV did.. 41. 1 lag I II I
treated of three defendents whf land so I'm going to increasethe debts. enforcement might lw one of

failed to how lip Monday when (carrying capacity of my pas- 'i; additional Negro women. Farm Housingloans are made I I the answers." State Trooper Carlos Year Ago Mark l-'ui i: li\T: KI\.sV Tip., :.. !.I....\lU Ir.>i.n: I Juni'.f' W.\ItIIIII'SI: W.\XTKI'.pr.| ..\

the docket for the court sessionwas tuies by increasing the fertilizer" The total Democratic increase under the authority of Title V of Musgio\e said: yesterday in warning ..mplrielx (iii li)1.'I.) ,. EI--, h. .u" i inatrlv\ )t...|III'1 ili\ Klri.iJ ft II'I..,. !J.IIIH J.. .
was 111. The P.cpubhcan total increased 1..1.i f..I'l t., IK i un.nih.M.v .' riiiiuiti. %
set. says Marco. the Housing Act of 1919. as a- the public of an impending W.tlt,1It"; :lir-... l IlItll N.E. __ : '' Phiin43: ::'d h lit,; in .1

A $35 bond of Augustus A. Sam McGauey and II: H. Hamilton from 46 toI.. and theindependent mended. crackdown on traffic violators. 'al..s tax i ollei tiorus mHradfOl.t .'.(" T,'rr I'll.ni.. :2 1.1.: > <;aim--- Foil 1tST-l antI 2
list stayed the same limbed to Mil.' tli-htr, 1I1'1*> I.eciiiM.in fu -
Weeks! barged with an impiope used the District's mower to Further information on the transient and local. County ovei Dished apartnuuis. s,'" hilly

bone'of mow the weeds on their land. five $10.000 during September mdical- S.I.I1'w.: .. 1...ilii.i.m Tni.d.rn Ja<-k.son. Central Troll k I.MM 1
turn. was fOI fl'ited. A $50 crop loans may te obtained at the "I've got my oiders from headquarters Kill! 'h..ny 16-,.
that business in the fiamthiiine on 40 airs cleared If'hg
ing county is
Eugene Phillip Vos was es" By mowing down the heavy ,'ounty office of the Faimers I ." Mussro\e said. "They'ie I.i nil with peian I
treated.oss was charged with growth Sam says he can turn the I Home Administration located in I telling us Troopers if we can't still on the upswing. I mi I." X..nh <>f I.a wi.-" <>n :Sit!. | j LOST says-1 Nathan AValker Sanf.rd male with I mil. .,u ,
ground better. Fire Department The 510,21674 collected during : \V H su nt klan'l. Hi t I'..* 37S. ft-male r
reckless Also forfeited i I collar
driving. l"u..k
Annex. says
I the Seagle Building tighten up in an effort to stop l..mt.\ tf.-hc. M.isely
| September of this in the .- & :lat: Mellon Dcrrfirl.1 lleai: Ii,
bond of James Big year
was a Harlye Gainesville people from killing themselves" on .\Isii I P.lueI l'k f.nzale. with' ....l
County is almost $600 more than : Volt lENT Ni. i-l. furnNh two .
ham charged with an improper highways. they'll get someone who' drouin ti.."-.- .\PI"J I\' at 6C4 Ur l-earh Williams Lam 1..rfl\.I!<1

Eldon and Felix ?appp. J. H Projects StartedThe can It's as simple as that." I was collected in September 1955. j :I.rlh'a"'r: St !Ip 10 '19 Nathan Sanfurd Reward fhuiif I j.' J..,
turn.The Two Democratic | Last year during September | 3tp u/ [
: Wainwright. Leon Conner Frazier
case Wesley; Bryancharged
The local Trooper indicated that FOR RENT Tlo= In, desirable one
i e \V.X\Tin: .
i $9.629.61 was collected in salestaxes. > -I'lifiiriiishnl, thr, I.. ,1
with allowing minors in Shaw. and Raleigh Conner used and two bedroom apartment. .
State officials are gravely concerned i <".in house III MarK.
Staike City Council Tuesday Reasonable Mr. and lIrV.. H.Nollman I.rll"I:
a billiard hall was continued until the District's grain drill. All types gave the green light to two Speakers Slated I because Florida's highway the 128 W. Madison, tfchg M 'ij- in hi.FOI .
Though September is'
next court ter. of winter pastures are being I toll 15."ti figure 1 : .\LE __ ,
projects which will put the fire! I V1tth in > is currentlylimning 1'41'", "., ;",.",
an increase over September 1955it : *" SAVINCS KEYSTONE Ilr. -. radi.., .
planted this Some folks PAID ON heater ll.m- .,,
The court sessions" are to be year. about 200 ahead of 1955.: K' .i
i wheat. but and oats :'depaitment in top-notch firefighting I In Starke Today ..hows 3 drop of about $$1,000 i 1' STATE BANK: KEYSTONE .V''J".K' l: HifiKt..i. "HIII.
concluded with the session toda\ using rye aretwo shape within a few i "They're determined to reduce the : hEIGhTS FLA.. MEM- Z'i'r 41.J 11,11"
over August figure for this
: small grains that are leading I HER FDIC. I
( Friday the list for 1 months. I this slaughter and they don't know year. The $11.295: collected' in1 1 For: SM.E 'alL.agtpI.ttit < M, ,?
I pasture. I The go ahead signal was given Two outstanding: spokesmen any other way except to crackdown August was nearly a $4,000 in- WE Ttt'T AND SELl. USED' FUR- 1.. W rii.-shl.-i, i-:! \ 1II"

TIlE RIGHT roiXT: for the to set the project of overhauling for thi. Democratic Party will be on violators" Musgrove crease over the amount collectedin NITURE. EIrod Furniture Co.. .
Phone i: tfchgHKM
i: the 15yeaiold l Dodge pumper II heanl in Starke today ( Fiiday) said. the preceding August. i ii FOR.. SALE-One i foot H ,,,'ii|. ,.
rltl' Come In and in In n .ahint-i. < *.. .. I
way you \\ select J. B. White used the Districts .npi t. JlI.)
I into motion and the first steps U. S. Senator Russell Long. on "And the trouble isn't all with i This September drop for the : \ I.s sink and tlr, 1"1' $:.? \1, ,; .lu.IoI, ,
i seeder cultipacker to plant Pensa- taken toward obtaining anew i North Flo- I 111.- 4.. ir 7 l.&f.I\. .
weie tour t I.-t
of l'I'r|
your favorite KSTERBRO.OK barnstorming tourists the Trooper explained County corresponded with most i S'.! I.IK-, .1". .I h; \.ith I i ""r\ Str'ttMl I ZJ-J'
I cola Bahu. and also planted : ,. ,,,. __ n.' ., .
ryegrass tiui-k to take the place of rida is scheduled to arrive hereit "Our local drivers are just as bad I of the counties in the state The M.llk.. fin. J I ""Ih )

Fountain Pen. T. I.t Glt.\I'Ii. [ for winter pasture. I the 30-year-old LaFrance. i 2 p m. He will speak. probablly about the seemingly minor viola- state as a whole showed a 51. .O<\ Tw.\ \\ fiirtnsli.il. s. r. ..."I..rtlll"I) <.,-, un anti .it'fi ::Mt lo.iliiut rilllt.. l. <;juts; .'ul: s'\I./. : \\.ii i i.iI. iril! ,
ood .
r.rus ::i, ,
'' 'fl(
1 and ? .01.
i The Council voted unanimously'to at the touilhouae squat lions that aie causing most of decrease in sales taxes I i "un ii.-'' .I.. '.' 'i'1 ''III.h .'all b.* al 4 :;U M..n thy
I :>'l t. *"in IL "."nth i i
order parts needed to repair the public is invited to come out the trouble. He said! that passing | fn .Sat and Siii..la\ ill i .1.| "
| 11.Oltll.t RF.XLTY ( O.OF J.a\\'le, Fa! KIMK-I. .
the Dodge and to contact Bob hear him the Democratic v ia
and espouse |i other cars in no-pasMn zones. ISoad just outSKJr Cit.; |L,?." ,
Han, an instructor at the Floiida cause in the current presidential -passing I at intersections and on thus making them subject to an- I! Mntit.s, _. ,
Fine : cthei t chaige addition to the :<.">." T.-iuilili'| | .\\... :-.-.tllr", Ma. "
Foe College to come and do the in
campaign. bridges" are some of the most fre'quently FOR SALE-Thre.. )I...,!, ..., .
Ua.l'hUllt. : 336-.I .r? n' n
work. Tonight at S p. m. a Democratic -': abused regulations: traffic charge.he said. "In the | 3143ijtht .Extra lot and two. .11, K.,, ..,,".
Hereford The a.tion'as taken after < future the driver who violates the __ :4 Northhrrt '", ,,7, ,I" ', I
has been scheduled for "We have had four or five
rally .
.--.-- ,.-.--. '..tl<'1 from the company which I law will be required to post bond 'MIC: s| \ I" .Ill" .... 1\ FOR.E: | :--" '...IcMidW '. "tI 4u' ,,1.,1, .
'milt the engine suggested that the high school stadium with i ,'eaths and many serious injuries at the time and place of his of- s\H\lK.\ II E; ..Ills ,,,,,"" tI.4t-r 1t.t..nalI. II t '\ I.. '(
Cattle ht here in Bradford County this ( t ,II \V .> i I I. 'n! ll',;:III* __:. .". SI
& Ran could be obtainea at less former U. S. Senator Claude Pep- I'I'l'i fense, or, if he prefers he may !. ft | l ''' II ,p.l 'II''i I .'Ml, i :T'l .' : Iii
lesult of other
as a
'st than an engineer could b* the speaker. A. J. Thomas passing ''appear t.. $:J.I I'... "" \l 1 ."erk" : pH MlMl .\ TrI't.lu.h.- as
Raised ier cars in no-passing zones," Mus- before the judge immediate $:.!, .11 I'. $1" I'. \ I .III I. l\ ..1I I't.Snt lH('t.igrltIli I u-tom Hi I
out from the firm. I 1 I.
si nt Jr. will! serve as master of ceremonies -i grove" said. !} I I.. "I I I... 1" I:1 I I.' It for lii-: ara S.ri.1 1"1,. I',
The letter said that Bair i b I. f irmatniii KardiiiK ,
__ < I. i iit tip.
In ___ 'not rowed" occasionally by thr i i j I The Trooper stated that the "I don't like to crat k flown on H.OKIIRKAIvn" ('0. ...f stortjp ,,f tin '-i., '.; ,,, ,","

The rally is sponsored by the practice j. of issuing a summons to'a : anyone" Musgrove! continued 'but OF :ST\RKi: arrj.d, Apply' I'ari \i .-i .. .1, | >,
: .1111 and called him "one" of thc Mil II 1 1 ut; ( .irp.. :!:1,1 ::\ \\ ,,' ,1.

County 44.4 g 4 'i. -t pump men in the cour.try." 'ounty Democratic Executive: 1a violator providing for his appearance in this case there's no chone I'd 3.V5 Trniple. .\%... starke. Ha. __:'I.. Miami Fla I" tFOR ,;.

$ t Ban the wort) !| in court at his convenience -'like' thC people to know the facts. '' lay' I'liont3H3 NIght 336-1 ....
: : agreed to do Jomnuttee. with arrangements ini I I XTThr.: I I.. "I), "',", ?., .,
aS' J i 1 .'. lien he was in Starke last I would be distontmued "Too however so they cant say I didn't h'.11'0"; tOuti. ? |1.., |.. .
i charge of G P. Wadsworth. cha.r- r il.Khu ... ,
many weie failing to show '.warn them" I II 11 l-t t. \\
unth conducting a week-long up 'nil.; i is ii tit i' in 1 1\(. i\ i no N"rIII 1' .
MNK: Ur.KKI'OKD: >> to\\ in forcgroiuul uas raisi-.l li\ \ ... I rrguson i ti aming program for fi.emen Ills Ilitisi. ___ >

man.Mr I II 1 .. FOR 1 lr: :\1 4.r..,,,, ,
that M i- ri' \ I I. .Ir I Ii 1'" i n. 'I fI. ,I. ,
Wadsworth announces "
from a l heifer and is sjmlxilu- the purt-lintl slotk iis'\\ lirinj produce The parts for the project wereestimated . ti..it'.,' F '
-:" (niii. 1".r. n n.t 'ii, !i. H .ii 1 1 ni r Mill.- I I-;" "I1'1.1 i
on main' Bradford (Count). Farms. Ferguson estimates the at about $150. bumper strips and campaign but- Big bass are hitting now 1 1-. t.., 1 I".j.. 1 I" '. d" ." 1..1fr..n' \ | Ii I I"' l I-: n I, M '. i I' ..

I r ...g ..t. I.it.. i..,...1 i IH.IUI.K
..r this animal at 1.100 :xhe is of flair pointed out when he was at the Demo-
jircMntuight! pounds part the tons are available ss .r,.,",..MB fh I .,_ I 1..1 t Ii thu.n
here that the 500-gallon pumpercan I 1,1'1 i in '1 >! .... i'I' I PI r"': M I .t. \ .r 'I I (' .
i l i -
lirrd of pur l bred I lien-fords that he raises on his stoik farm iith- c-ialic Headquarters office recently : .. ..., 1.. ti '' '! .I' '<.' W.I I. t.T.I.I 'I
only operate at about hal' 1 it.! .. "' "! ., .
IT s "t '
west of I.n\iPROTECT\ capacity producing only about opened on X. Court St H.OKIIU: : \I.TO.I. 'I I . ... ", T... ""J.., .?,

be to receive (II' x7\RhK i'ii"l" I .... \ \ .ind. 1 ii, i I. I 1"1 I
250 gallons of water per minute "We will also glad ONTANA I. } .1' ,, ., I, -,., 'I
The Council also instructed your contributions to theDemrn'i'atk :n." T.'tiipli-' .\\... starke. lla. I I I 1.1\- wh KI ., \ .

Tiipenter to draw specifications IlaI'hi.nc. :WJ' : :Night 33CITFI I. "n .\1"* 1..1 i 1.- | '
up campaign fund. Mr d : ., .
I "lll'l In I _' .
to be" used in ordering a .,.
.1 < :
\ DRIVER'S license lew fire truck Wadsworth saId. "The state anr VILLAGE I in.. o'h.-, ror..I.i '
your national organizations are both U \:\ ) i II. ..r,.. \ :,!, |" ..,. ,. ., I

One of the councilmen asked greatly in need of money" in tr, 'p. ,."..1 I 101 v .1| .' ,. .,
about the feasibility of buying \\ 1. '.- I' 1h -.J I .,.. ,
niv final weeks before the election on RESORT LITIIox| : TIMBER AND tl.lt \ I \, ,vl, .. I .
:i used fire" 11 ul'k. Carpenter replied XO6.. and we will be gratefulfor .. ..I'. r .. .. ', l

that he thought the Council contributions large or small' I ': FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIES1' / >u, trip TT-OVER LANDS: IN TRACTSOF

;should do "just like the Council I \I.Jl do you good in more was s than on. Go after WALL REALTY ,
did 30 years ago and buy a piece fighting bass and crappie that have made Fontana 10 ACRES OR MORE
equipment that will last." Police CarsThe -- Lake famous from September through Kovembi-r. : liUOKKK

Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies I. Enjoy colorful. crap; days refreshing, restful I
FI.OHlB.HE.I.TY() CO. Office
: .,.,7 N
city polite now have two I nights. A wonderful retreat for the whole familyI i Walnut St.
IA-n\"tJ.: : KITI, I !i Of Starke
cars in operation for patrol dutyat vhttherit'sadayoraweekIieatedawimmingpool, 1S7-J 1 I' 0. Box 4G6Starke

Isaac LeFever .60. a resident night. A radio was instated craft making (free instructions), horses hiking- .::;:; Irmplr I.... "'..rL.. I'.... Fla.
Wonderful food
DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY eupervised recreation ,
program. .. ,
: hi 3fi-J:
n.ir ''0''' :- :1 :MS
o: Graham. died Thursday morn- this week in the Buick which was lodge private cottag--.. C'ormnow-rat.-s much i iI jo'-r.I i .tr .i i i '

1 : in a hospital at Lake taken after I lower in FalL ; ur .. .at".I'.M< t

I .p.ir City over being captured I I HHHMi BMHH MM HBBiBi iB HiHMai : -!" 'I'I! ,,1 l ,
S 13C W. Call Street Phone 2S3;; I Funeial! services will be held in illegal liquor operations I Send for iKiAT:: 1.\ '., 1- '1. i.rfjn1 I'Ii u., .'. '' I"i r'1 :1 I:.11.|].r ,\, r;..

\ St--dav! .,t 4 P:1: .n the PeWittC 'l.'is ''1',k.ngthe au'omobi.e effec- FREE COLOR FOLDER: DEPT.S.55. fO nANA VILLAGE. N. C. -,....i. I -- "'- "' at an.II __ I" : i I" | \
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( .1.' es r:..i::.:': I.\ f r I i.-o .i: :l.,h r I 1 .:; 1- ..g, I down TN rH TEI.CVISIOV consoes. liD ;
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County Telegraph

r.\KHh. ILOKIDX, I mH.\\ OCHWKR 19. 195(5; -

I Modern Clinic Constructed By Dr. T. G. Ritch
National Guardsmen In Starke Learn I


To Service Equipment For \Warfare ISy .Mrs.! I). t;. Hill 1Mrs., ( arl Itrottltto&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA )' MM. Lacy >onnantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,;h. -,,. \," ;: f -. .*. "- .
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n L'lutj| :Noimi'is if J i. k- .. .'
DinnerIlimorv The \\ .Ml"spnnsmed .t iurnt : \ :ft. -1" "
suln.e:: urtrerkeml quests o'
11r: ,. \\ :M. Made |> pound patty for lle.tnil the L. M Norman. ."- t 't1 1ImtIfiJIN fM l ....
V Mis. E C. Hai\ev at the North t!% #': ;1 "ti = ...... \
: 'V U :M Slaiie wa: > honored Mrs:
Bernic Mosely has been
: i I' 1. t 11, with a birthda> Side; Church last :Monday night f: I
i patient in Bradford County
: : .a t the home it :Mr. and Refreshments:; were served b\' the
Hospital for the week
\1 :>' me near Hampton withi hostesses to the 56 guests. I past .
:Mi. and Mis Oscar McCormick l.
i i |Poxunately'! ; ] :;0 of her children :Mi and Mis Johnny Cowart of Jacksonville visited Miss Maggie '- .. ._,,,,i
_i unfit hlldH'n and friends present.' and Mr and Mrs Billy Martin at-
Crews last Friday.
At the dinner and birthday tended Homecoming at Boatdram .. .. ,(
H celebration were Mrs Jessie :May: ) Chinch last Sunday. Correction! : Last week I said ., 1'w"' .

I Cooper and daughter. Mr. and :Mi and Mrs Reese Scott that the young preacher Lawson """ ...... )' .! .__ __ : :., o
X4.1 O Mo AVOWSlade and ('hiidren.1| recent business visitors to would speak for us last Sunday .,-'..,... -- ..' "> '" .d.' > 'SA-.

Mi and :Mr.s. Vernon Slade and I i sonv'ille. Jack-I but it was Rev Paul McCullough Rapidly Hearing completion i the
t. $ I'|i of Gainesville He is also > new Starko the building lacilities include four treatment I
Donald. :Mi and :Mis Lester
Michael and Cowart clinic longing to ))1'. T. G. ml, h.
Stephen )I, : The Warren rooms, four
Slide and C. W. Mr. and conducting a revival here this room, an X-ray and dark
Lf,tci Slade and CV... Mr. and attended a birthday party inGainesville !I week and everyone is invited i to Construction Co. lacked only interior finishing on roost recovery room, laboratory, private office,
last Saturday. attend. the !:>l.:>,000 structure when the lidurea..; taken.
i"d' tool and mechanical!
Mi15 L. names and children room, three baths and a jan
'roilVahdon Wadsworth of !I Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey ']\ Those from here attending the One unusual feature is installation of a loud speak- itor'" room, awaiting room, reeeption spare and
and family were Sunday dinner Association cr + !lcm, which also will
Hinipton, at Cedar Creek Baptist t pipe music throughout a colored waiting room. The clinic is located on
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
| guest
nut-of-tn\\'n quests were Mr I Church last wet'k're 7.ettie K.: Callot.: .
and :Mis O F. Allen and Jack of Brow n.Don't \ Padgett, Francis Eunice Ellen
forget choir practice Friday MUM i. in- 11'1'11tlluPutt ,. ,
f .
Palatka11'. and Mrs AI- | Norman :Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 1 I .j' r r' f I. I' i < < :\\l ; I."
Sidney .
: night at 7:30: o'clock. I\\ Dllnll : : \1'.iH I I. :.1 I I : !I., i I., .L.! I. d.l. r I II. I" 'I- I I'I Ii 'I VI. :-\1)
:'en cif PalatkaMis: Nettie :Mit-. I !!Starling W C. Hardee. and Rev ..n.r Hill ,... I"siJ t!.. '':I! h"l .1 I. r n tho I i':i i' \ I' ,. I t
in classroom instruction in and maintenance jF.I C. I r-r :\1.1. ..111. :N ,. .. i
Participating artillery repair AI"thur tarvev. iI1' "InI 1 t : : < : I t I : V V i 1-
hell of Savannah Ga.Irs.; i iIembers of Hampton Baptist Nnr I l- In r.I li\ gI1rn tl..it I I'K : I,I I- ".1 u 1.1.i ,!h. il. I ?
are seated, 1-r t p-3; Gerald H. Young, :p-3 Oren K. .\l\are/ Ramsey of Waldo.: :Mr. and 1 I i Church who attended the annual i I Theodore Norman had as a re- I'-n \inin. tin I h..i.r 1 ..f tin. f-! :\..'.. nI.r I 1 I.. ... : i" : 1 ,1' :r % I IWE .1 I. It e!

,Ir. Si-S| Harry C IJIea-sdale Jr Standing, 1-r M(' Joseph .N. \\'arnn | :Mrs Pat Glover and William Baker j meeting of the New River Bap '! rent guest his daughter. Dyette. 1< \\int; rrrhiat..> IMS .fd.1. 1 niirtifn.it ..1'. 4
> >- fur .( tai ilt ..1 t. I Il I..
>p-3 Arnold ({. Smith, :p-2 Richard arter and 1st I.t. JosephMmibers i I of Gainesville! : and Mrs. :Martha -i! list Association at Hajles- Highway : of New Smyrna. Dyette is mar-1 >.II,1! tliriiiri The e crtifu.il' CONTRACT FOR

r. _u..t"UUIII:_... Hendiy and children of Jack.i Church on Tuesday and Wednesday tied now and has a month-old !i numb, r, and v oar ..f 1--11.ti".",'. the I
I ..
sonvilleersea. last wt'E'k't're pastor and j jMis baby daughter. j jIHIUH i I.-nature ipih.n ill "hit'h(the is Ir.'r"was. ..----.1.in.I a th: ,V. ALL TYPES OF BUILDING

:= = = :: [)\' >. I'otkaRe Mail I Marvin Failt'11'8.. Mamie'' ..- follows:
rJJ.I Deadline November 15 : :Meade Mks. Nora Layfield, Mr (' Or tllKIVT I't rtifi.Mte Xo '!,. : BUSINESS AND HESII>ENTLALREI'AIRSPEMOIELINCJALOl'SIE

i and :Mis J. W Home C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister j \ ..ar ..f Issuance I 14.1.
There's less than 23 shopping'; :Mrs. Cia 1'- I, PORCHES
R" In's<'riptinn of I'rnrrtyXI
.r. days: till Christmas for anyone i'| enie :Melton. Mr and Mis: K. BWatterson Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. l! ,, <:( S\V14 of "E'1" ,nlV., i,
,\' plans to send packages to I I110 ( :Mis Louise Hogan, '!! Horning Worship 11 a. m. Evening :, hi1'.1, I.f1.::', sL I I.:. 'I I. i, .-i. !I FREE; ESTIMATES -
I It. :2.:! Kanif
I. : iLp emcemen o'erseasIrs.. Mary: i Mrs Lester Slade and Miss Maggie Worship 7:30 p. m. .
: \ in whuh :1----nl( }: rII :
.. -p., ...,.- Williams Hampton postmaster.j"Iliandl'd | Johnson. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30''!i .TII.'. : W. L. THIGPEN JR.
i : this week. ; Mr and Mrs Cecil Moore and ,,1 p.m. !.I Ml ..r aid l'r"I"'I" !I., ':11' i n, 'I li.c .' ,
!I "i.iint\ of. l'r"lf..rl!. st.n.. ..f FI'I!
1't,'kagcs for overseas making i imis son have rented ClaudeIay's Radio program "Old Paths" i ii ..1-! Phone 297-J Starke. Fla.
i t -- hi' sent by Xov 15 to house on the east s.de of town. i,each Sunday 9am. StationtVDVII. I Id.-, ",.h <.''If., eta ..,' "II.I I Route 2, Box 213-D:
ilk ai in-// and moved in early this \teek i !I. ,it. -11.ill I I.i ,, .10"11\, \ er, ..nli. ,
+% be received .
tiewill) ,
t ) VlA : un 1.1\I Mi. 1"1'1\| 01'1:1..1:I |
z. the U.
"" t'.1 i (hrL tmas. S'I!

l'oslollll'e Department says. pack- !< Let the taste of Coke
t ds- should be sturdy and wellijipeci great put your family at itssparkling

withstand the longt
> to

t tI ip anti no perishable foodstuffs '

ni. gaieties or tobacco products.

I ,mee lighter fluid or matches

be sent.Limits .
on the size and weight

i 'I' ti-tful.n: parcel: post packages best
J ''
die about the same as
nailing. with TO pounds the maximum

: of the Ordnance Supply Section receive instructions from weight, except to Xew Voik

srC ('11)tun G. Strickland Jr. Left to right are Sp-3 James Y. \I'O addresses, which: are limitedto I

Gerald :M. Williams, Clifton Griffis, and Carl L Crosby. T>0 pounds.For .
i I'fc.
air mailing packages overseas ,

I Every Monday night 84 of the aitillen pieces must be kept the weight limit is two |

Clarke's men don army uniforms I firing It is the function of the pounds with a maximum size of:

and gather for a three-hour ses- eight men in the unit who com :.0 inches for length and girth

M,>n to study the skills and meth.Is prise the artillery section to keepall combined
I ,.! of warfare. : of the artillery pieces in the ,' street I.ight', Out.
i division in sen-it'cable conditionand Line! Down List \\eeU(' 1Dark.'nell
of Xatlon-
ready to fire at all tImes. | streets every nigh'List :
j "C", 71SthlAimored
d i Guard Company
: Two of the men the fire control weekend in Hampton added In
Battalion of I
men deal primarily with anti-air-I the gloom of windy and cloudy !
4sth Armored Division
the craft artilleiy They weather, when sheet lights were 1 .
tVough! their weekly session are the workings of the complicated off nil over town for seveiVnights. c "
I lni ming proficient in skills which
e'ectromc! equipment and computers ; :
v- i!il 1 onalile them to repair all typesi used to fire on aircraft. These Last week's wind also brought :

,, equipment right on the firing ji j!jobs require years of training and nn encore of last month's electric .,i

J :'" In the event of war. |I experience I fireworks, when a 1 : i in a '.'as :

r The mission of the armored i Five vehicles are assigned to blown across lines on 11.' i: nn i ii q

< ?n'pnv is to provide repair work the section including a two and a I street: and another 7000 volt line

i I... the diusion. The men who I I half ton truck on which a radio i iI knocked down Thursday The

n < >n .it the armory each Monday ji. j I I is mounted to coordinate the work line burned for sometime after 4
all'cites II t '*
!i.:tin experience| in repairing of the section. I being broken down and a row
of from smallf hole ir <<;:oS. ,
equipment and
The supply section which con- III'charred plants a ;t
.rearms to heavy track \'chicles.i i i I sists of 10 men, has been set upi I :Mrs. J. II Saxon's walk showed !

1'arked in rear of the arm- to support one-fourth of the 48th I the scars of the heat and flames. ;! k a
i < \. al' trucks and vans loaded Division with automotive, tank. Last month lightning knockedthe

uith intricate and expensive | small arms, artillery and instrument -. same wire down on the East ii

work mechanisms.: with \\hich the men|': The parts.supply section is equipped side Mr.of ana Division Mrs. Ave.Edward Saxon'':,( .: ;; !1: : ;; !: 5 : r:

The company is broken down I with adequate spare parts bins. .and daughter of F.au Gallie spenta *

I.tot eight sections each specializing j racks cages tire trucks and trucksto week's vacation in Hamptonlast '
in one type of repair or transport major assemblies week with Mr. and Mrs' I S ;

:seivice. I such as transmissions, enginesand Glenn :Macintosh Mr and :\rs.1 i tri

In this first in a series of arihies axles. Clyde Rhame and other relatives' 9 .Nn.
CM Wood said that i !Y. C ,
and pictures to acquaint j Lt. Joseph here. i iMr
Marke: residents with local Guard positions are open in any of the and :Mrs. Frank Hicks and ; a
iterations, the Telegraph will dis- sections that are described in this children of Jacksonville spent l J nP ti : A t 4ha .+

i uss the work of the artillery and or subsequent articles and am re- Sunday in Hampton with her paionts. .':. t&s : JIb
.-;ipplv sections !Ujuit can usually get his choice of Mi and Mrs G. G. Cox :

I'tinny a bin battle In w at time ,"; i,nm.'nts Mis: Ed Wallace and three chil j Lf'' / f
: .
r have been living in Co- .
dren, who : ..,i. ;
Itimbia. S. C.. left recently for i; ,, &,
New York where they will travelby

I ship to Germany to join Mr.

WAIT A FEW DAYS. Wallace who is stationed there -
with U. S. FOI'ces.Irs.. Wallace !'
the daughter of Mr and Mrs /
BE 3 YEARS AHEAD W.1.. Slade of Hampton. ,. x I s h.
Sunday guests at the home of
30 'ou'll see a car so advanced it will Mr and ::\11';;. L. D. Brown were )
On }
three lears out of Mr and Mis Emory Sparkman --J' "
"new" cars
so.calleJ '
male children of Jacksonville: :Mr j
features and
date On October 30 )'ou'll see lears-ahead Total: and :Mrs Carl Drown and son of | I "t.O'>"''i:;":".'''''' . . '
5tling. .
like Torsion-Aire Ride flight Sweep On New River and Mr. and Mis | .

Brakes, a Fury "301" V.S engine. David Brown of Hampton. Mrs
October 30 you'll see one car leap three full years Xettte Mitchell, a sister of :Mrs. New Coke In king-size! There's more to pour. and it tastes real great. No wonder it goes great with the gang any tune.

ahead of the low-rrice field when lOU see and dm Brown from Savannah Ga. is
visiting for several weeks with ,

the Browns I II Itr.

:\ and Mrs. M. L. Watterson j
PLYMOUTH I of Himpton/and Mr. antI Mrs. F 'i ii Bring home both sizes today

i L atterson of Starke spent |

I MSo'k: visiting in Green\'Ule'l( .era

..\ s C and Kings Mountain N' C.I j

': Mr and Mrs J. W. Home spent :

.:, ..' .' ", H.'H: '': ,'.!; C ."". ,, :./ I Wedne-sdav ana Thursday of last
work on a trip around west Flo-
I .Co ." a o gi't'td! trgdt.".o'k C 1956110. Cxa-Co'a Company. ,
STARKE ICE COMPANYWILL I .li spending! the night at Pan- /
i a>' -I.....,.. -.i .",0'.
iVr' and :Mis Marvin Faile an,' .,' ... r. :I!
OPEN ITS PLANT OCT. 15TH i daughters and Miss Martini ,. o .......
i I r.irol Line. who is visiting 'hl'1 ..,, "" ."',
FOR I 'runt irc\ister. S. C. wen; ;.

licksimville i on business Mo- tin

Attending the centennial 1 tn--' .t'

SUGAR CURING wins :at Paran Baptist Ch :n.\!
J .
,. >.t'.Giandm last Sunday ve- t.1'1.11
v"\' members of Hampt

.\M) leapt,. Church. From here were ., d
Mi.1 W Home Mrs Betty May !!
n:a It.ug-hlt.r. Miss Maggie John- ,Ii

SMOKE CURINGYOUR I i -''n. Mi and Mrs G. C Cox. Mrs II |

I Funk: Williams and children an'; I Ii

i V'! < Frank Thomas and James ;

",' Mr and Mrs Frank Brown

I"f T u'k
ALSO COLD STORAGE I, I.f! Htmpton who also visited irHn

I :ntm Sunday with Mis T. F Famous standard-size Most popular bottle of Keep both on hand You never know when
IVown Rev Bob Cray of Jacki.re -
the all time for quick, bright refreshment. There's life you're going to feel like having a Coke or a
ICE COMPANY' formerly pastor
;: STARKE ':11' h for several veirs.: wi there's sparkle in every sip! party. So keep both sizes handy!

\ 1'IIONE 12 STARKE, FI.A. s"r iker at the special 1 afternoon

::!t "ere. which: also:; fejt;;icd \ .:-. I Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by STARKE: CO (.\-01.\ BOTTLING; ("OII'Bradford .\ r

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:\OTfCr. TO .4PPKIR I Clerk of the Circuit Courtly run North and along the East: In Ihr Coimlr Jn.Ur's Coart. In 'Pdna :1tIml'nF., I'ia.nt.ff. x 0
Woodrow Wilson Centennial In Clriuit Court. Bradford County, :Mall\ ."1 I. C' ,'ibx', Deputy r'rVI : boundary of the said lands conteMd 1 and r..r Bradford ( ounl. Florida. lam Karl Simmon-: I'i.f r.d i
I'londa: In Chancery. I lu U 41 11 JI to Leon Rosenberg for a In ',.. .atr.IX Ca-e >.
: HILL I I'd... i \I.y St> xx .ur, Plaintiff, ys. distance of 139.8 feet to a pointon KT' 'l-le 1.1'1'; ..' S" I.. Ortxxs. Not Ire To Appear
CLAY i .
: t. 1.... Sr. \\\.trt I.i 'nd,1II1. I MMICK TO IPPKtR the North line of said SE-4\ '. 1..1| | T.' \\ Iliam, Ear' \
'.t- : :N0.: I"JSH In ( iriuit ('..ure.. llrndford (" (..tE',, thence run East for a I I' SI' "4 I: iK rillXG l'KTlriO, j7, l.I' kn..w n rt"ii- i ".
Observed In U. S. And AbroadThis Notiie To Appear rlorldnt In ( banterlxii *. 000.1 distance of KO feet. more or''' nUt ll U. ",s< II \IK.i: OF I .* l.i'l; Atlantic ". .
i l>y 3lr,.. J. I.. striikltiiitl T 1 I In r. K.i\ ,' St. xx.irt, xihusfi "\" I' Mnrrix. 1'1. nt :'f. Asvjeurge It.", to the point of beginning I! Ail I"" In \ lltX | \ -..j,. .';. t\ Y"rk.
: -: 1 I. :"i, xxn .""\\0.",. .. and .ulilrs R M-irrax I'. ',....I.'II!. together with all and singular : ..ti. e i iv h. r..i.\" 1 px.n t.}!.i' I have : You are hereby r .e4 i ,
year is the 100th anniversary cator who taught at Bryn !Mav- ....................... ',:1 \V't 1.:h MIL.t. i.n.i. C.ive N;". 1"lSlb th- tenements, ht-reditanu fi,;nl r\ ii lal r. ti.rns .1' .\ilmn- su.t r fluoiioI
i. i .1 1 id". .:.Notice Tn Ippear: and appurtenances thereto belonging Mritnx the 1't.Lt.' of I has been filed : 1- .
ol the birth of Woodrow I Wesleyan and at Prin i T.' <":,'..rR<' 11 :Mii-riv. xxV., resultmi t > I. ".gi-t you
President he / All those atten Wilson father of the League of where as rr:: .Hid I : lir.--- \'nh.n.\l n.y"u .
the H. '
as of
"nt fordmri' i u-t.dy and ioiiir property Virginia m> Pttition f' r din'! :'. n and f> i I yon are require < se:
Nations and its altered the pattern of An i ingat Long Branch: Baptist are h-reby notified that a lio-. also known ; Hlii.wze i .
'! "f minor hil.irenhas as Virginia f"a, d -'h' :iri-i', ;" ,1 tl.it otitiie': copy of your answer c ole.t !L' :
.. I successor United and higher education. AlUiouth Church last Sunday were delighted been filed against you In the i,i has suit been for filed divorce against yoa in theabove I i under execution issued up- d.lY"C ii, :... tr I"' .:. I \"iI.I'I'! the complaint on to1'. .;' .
g Nations ando he did not practice long he was to see the fine work that has above named Court and cause and named Court and cause and i < n that certain Final Decree rendi f> th.' 1I""rll'' :. Th< -' T .\ \wn. \t.'" x K.'
red on. the 13th day of June 1956 c ., ., ., .. ,
"'inJinit.! f P-! i.lt.! ,1 C nun, i Pr ti"x.l
; his Centennial an attorney who studied law at and you are required to s.rve a you are required to serve a copy of ;
.. .
the Cemetery I I '
._ ,.p been done there by of to the' > the C r.'uit Court of Pradfurd Florida f r app: \ .1 t si d f.nil I I" ..l i
the University of Virginia and copy your answer or pleading to : vojr answer or pleading 'I .
is being celebrated Association. All weeds have been the complaint on the frnplamt "n the Plaintiffs Attorney County Flor.da in Chancery, in r< tin n- :ltd ft 'dtr .f ,'trthu-: and file the or '.. ':
11: became an authority on congressional PlaintiffsVttorn. lar of I.eon tio-.on'!., pla.ntiff i: and fi.1! il i. .. ', .
In vir- out. > i.i-'i; A. (Jr... fi, :a-ke, II "" PiMxxin P O. i:"v 104 i rg. tion ir"" \dn ;i- the ClerK t t'I.' \ t
1 tually every government. tleared away, stumps pushed Kl..r da. tiaim -xill.,. Kli.r.di: I i soil against Vi-R.ma H. lfuF" also :. l'lralrl"f. tl.e 1'ji'ate of S. I- I I.f..e I
removed a new known as \.rg.r.a H. Ilowze in Crt \xw, d. iv. d.
.. _
he became oak trees otherwise
Before a public t1 I l' S'I'
nation of the some and file the original U the office of and file the original In the office TIe princpal: of '
A I free world. although -'official himself he was successful fence put all around the cemetery the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or,, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court or : 147650 aggregate with legal! inttrest sum thereon I' Tins the :"i!I' d iv of S.'l't. 'i.r' "*'. "in.t u.I! 11. i as''

i when ''I'' in achieving adoption of the placedat !1..f..r.. tl. '_ :J! d I.ix' (1 :-0.\ l .',i; .. 1 lor before the ;,I from the date of aid (decree and ISii! t d \' >'OU .
x gates '
and new iron 25 dix (.f (_>( t'.lur. I1'".?; (si )Ttre M C, u -. -i-Ill- notUe -'ia' '. sTI T -
shorter ballot for elections. In otherwise the allegations of said costs of lami sale in order to ,. .
y he died 32 of .\.1111111.1' .1' 1"L hiei ;. f -
years entrance. It is now one i i; \ : : r : ci ix.i -
c j ago he was office he turned out a corruptpolitical the Complaint will be taken as confessed otherwise the allegations of said< i satisfy slid Final, Dei r. e and costs >. i:ri u .-. d. ..- I.OTICE i I. t .> in the I. i.t. .... : :
cemeteries by you. Complaint will be takeu as ;;
and cleanest confes.-I This Stptvnilier: 12. U'jt>
machine in New Jer.ey.He the prettiest :'. ,: ::r.t'h!
widely regarded ed by you. .
All! This notice shall be published once P I KEDDISII. d .
as an impractical visionary.But appointed the first Secretary to be each week for four consecutive This notice shall be published Sheriff of Bradfora C .unl) Florida \.iicial fie.!) \1 A I1Clerk
of established a Federal in the treasury once each week fur four consecutive I] :Jl! it 10/1S TO APPr.lll
in the third of a century Labor I funds that were weeks In the Bradford County Tele II I I j 1m rirralt ......... Bradford Luanljr of ll rcu t "
txceksIn the BRADFORD COUNTY .
since his death, his own country conciliation service for labor disputes :- I have been used for this work but I graph. rKLEORAlH.Int. I I Florida: a. ( kaneery.Ir Fy Marian L. Crosby, utprxNOTICE -

and free people all over the world regulated railroad and offering of $155.06 was taken I..t\ tin- 1" ii.a' "f 00'1" ',,;. d 1111' Jt d.iv of S. 1'1 l"5fiOFFICIAL ; I I Uhlfl 10 ,\PPC\R ,',," Ctitiide; K.. "'.r. Plaitt'ff! ,
have to that Wison's !- merchant marine employment I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby la ("!...ule <'.wiirt Bradford County, i x ,. 1I!.1It Y \utor K."b.p. ft ml.itt ,,
come recognize conditions and outlawed child for this cause Sunday. If you I Clerk of the Circuit Court. Clerk of the Circuit Court I I'loriila In ILanrrrr.'P. I t Cast X" ID-is : TOr t-l: tit '.
dream of peace through international would like to share in this work. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk :' ..-.. K.*\ !I.'r. I Plint.ffs.. Al'oKaxinr \llr, Too .tpiwari I la Clrr.lt Court Bradford t ",.1'
cooperation was not labor. 1" I U 4t Iulln J !'. .:M 4t 10. is : LKfii.dant.Nut ,i '1 1'" II. nrvi" '..r K..-1.h"F" Fl.'rlda: I.in tkanrrrv.otn .
an impractical ideal and they tre He extended Federal credit to send your donations to Fred Ling I ,. ...... n-diii. .' mi ai4's. !! 's: l41aina; \.r liii.- 1. I IJu.ige I'W.
joining this year in memorial farmers for the first time in our or Nellie Wilkinson, both of Max- .:\ : 10 I'I'I1 I 'OlU"E or "UtJtlrI"" tIIU.r. I I Ire Toppra rTi t.ae"0 1i'"iI \ i-:.1.\\ >' \i.iiiKii, :';. \. I. "'. i 'I'" '.d! '.

ceremonies that girdle the globe. history and initiated the first pro- ille. I II In Klorlilat( In uit In K.hr. xxl lr'Fe res ,\.'me \11 ar- hereby notified nat a i olin To Apprari
undersigned Sheriff of Bradfoid ,
of Federal aid to mil addnss i-: \\ajne Prison Stilt for dixorcenas '
highway C.
.lIohZ %V.
The surge of recognition began gram assembled Aernes Mlsaejko! Pla'ntiff! v =. Hcnlj County Florida has Ie\.td and .. In "
construction. lIe established the I The largest crowd ever upon 'Je -UP. (; ,.rgi.l. ; been filed against you the''I I. ., a nd add
when the Congress estab- | \1.-.ll Jko, il. I. llllalltCase will ell at the South front door of above named Court and cause and 'i1't
Hill Church turned You notified that a suit ),inth ": :r"I.\ 1.z
are hereby
lished a Wilson Centennial Commission Federal Reserve System whichis I' in Clay Xi>. 101S36Nollie the County Court Hou e in Starke.iliradford I for w'uree'has I you are required to serve a copy olI You are ii., r. 1 t : I6dStilt
to appropriate the core of our banking struc- out for the sing last Sunday af I I To tppeari ,, : County, Fonda on October I your ansxxer or pleading to th, f..r 1'. r.
arrange ture. He brought the Federal I' \Vilkinson did a T.: II,.nn, \ti-....jko. xx hose r<'si- 2-. 1936 during the legal hoursof been filed against you in the complaint on the Plaintiff, and ,' '
Winfred ''!lIt. :
observances of the 28th Presi- ternoon. :i iilin, i. and aillr-s i- : li;.00 Rolnn- sale and comment'ing at 12 named Court and cause and I .Attormy Aim C'. W in'er. Jr. :"IJrloruU ;Ihas h..t'h fdOlI! .
Power Commission into being to 'C' .i' ) ""
dent'scentenary.PresidentEisenbower I wonderful job as song leader. The i ."..t, Kliishing. Ntxx' Yoi k. clock n.>on on said day, at public you are required to serve a copy of I Title Iu.Ming, Jacksouxille abtt e I1tI1h"I C.''. : .1 .\ I' .'1I
followed with a Procla- conserve the nation's water re- Swampland Quartette got out of I I"1. are her..y notified tt..t a ,, outcry to the highest and best your answer or pleading to the J.: Floiidaand I ""II are r," 'j': I .. .. ,
all Americans sources.Under his administrationwomen's for Pixorce ,ibddrr I : for cash. the following described complaint on the Plimiiffs AttorneyJ.eph I office of" : '. ..
the to t'
mation "
calling upon '' file the original in I your answer 1"1' "
suffrage was adopted.His 1 the swamp long enough to sing has been filed against you In the property situate in Bradford K. Skipper. 2J1 FloridaTitle Court 1 '.' ,
to Since then the Clerk of the Circuit on or I.pllint on th.'l : fs AtFr.i : \
participate. Jaiksonxille 2.I"lortdL ,
greatest achievements of I two quartettes. and there were I II' I above named Court and cause and County Florida to-wit: Building uefi.re the I:... 'I I .
more than 500 memorial pro- his successful you are required to serve a copyi {I i IN'ginning at the intersection of I :J.I! ilax of "I '"I,..-. i";.". 1:11.1,1:1,1': '; .. :
grams in this and other countries course were prose several other specials. The next i i your answer or pleading to the I 1,I the North line of :SE't; of XE'. and file the original In the officeof lotherxxise allegations of said andf"ell.II.i Itt. ,
have focussed attention on Wil cution of what was then the larg- I' sing will be held at Oak Groveon 1 I complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney |'I (.f Stition 16. T\vp. 6 S., P' 22 the Clerk of the Circuit Court onlor !Coinplaii will be taken as confessed ,the l't'r""f the ,'1. It Uor
son's contributions to the development est war in history the writingof i Kiith the West right of way : btfi.re the 29 flay of CMubir. J l h x' you.I before the,
the Versailles Peace Treaty :\0It.. I H. ('. r-iMixin! p o I\: i ul. 1 line of U. K Highway SOI (being 1956; otherwise the allegations of I This notice shall be published 2:. d.I\' ,.f t. I'
of democratic government !,. lorula I State Koad 20" formerly said Complaint will be taken as consecutive '
at Clay. damxill { once each week for four >'rxxise the 'nComplaint -< !
in the United States and based on the Fourteen Pointshe | Rev Taggart preached and file the original In the office of 1 State HouI13) run thence suuth- ,[confessed by you. necks in the Bradford County Tele- \\ ill .'o.. .. a- < '
enduring peace for the world. I deemed necessary for world : Ilill last Saturday night, and I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on t-rly and along the Vcst rightof This notice shall be published .igraph. ed bx you
order, and the creation .of the i Hcv. Branch will be the speaker or !I.d..n. t'n! U ili>. of \..\ tiior.,! way line of U. S. 301 for a once each week for four consecutive I I ..i'.d I M. .- 21 dix ..f .:'I't. 1*>",6tObUCIAL 1 This notice sh i .: .> pit '" I
Today, with the Centennial League of Nations to preserve: !' 1956; otherwise the -Ulegatlon of I distance of 1417 feet theme run weeks in the Bradford County Tele- &KAU Charles A. Uarbj once each week ff.r' ,- II": .
Year only half over. Wilson is being : world this Saturday, Oct. 20. ftev. T. fcaid Complaint will be taken at i West 115 feet rno-e or'I..-s. to graph. 1 Clerk of the mult Court. weeks in the Hrad:' ,1 '::'ount\. .. ,

spoken of with Washingtonand peace. I M. Knight will preach on Oct. confessed by you. the southeast corner of the lands I !luud this :C6! day of SeptemberIV. :, Hy Marian U Cru>b>, 1'11111) "Ier'HllI:1\; graphI
Lincoln as among the great- He returned to the United ,, .,.. I This notice shall bll publishedonce I conveyed to Lion UosenberK by I .i,:. o :'I. >.it<'d th s ;i ,lix ... sOKFICIAI.SKAL. :,'
States after the peace conferenca -,. each week for four consecutive dttd mordid In Pud Hook 12 ''tUflidal l Seal: ) ChirJts: A. PirliyI .) Charles A. P
est of all American leaders. Pres- to rally Amercan; support; for the j weeks In the Bradford Count* at PI-.I- 471 aol 47. tin n'of itt '!ll'rk of tIe, Clr"'II' I 'ijrt :\o1 ICE 10rrnu clerk <>f the CiniItx ,i
ident Eisenhower, unable person- League but failed! fatal {I There will be all-day singing 1'it.,il tin- > I.y, ..f ". f.;i'. ,. :.i 'Iur. nt p,n';," r'.nl-1 if 11y l.ri.i,, L Ci >-lj I'1"1"1',1' I In (Irriiil ('ourt. llradford County,' Marian L. Crusty, Sepun. '
ally to participate in a W1 son suffering i and dinner on the grounds at the OFFICIAL PEAL) Cnarles A. Parb) 1'1.1 i l" 1111) I'.r, 1 II. ti!,. ,.. <. :. .' 4' I.' lurld.i: In Chancery. .:'
illness as a consequence of his
program at Staunton Virginia. Maxville Church Sunday, Dec. -
effort. lIe finished out his term I on --------------

sent an Assistant Secretary cf: in the White House but when he 12. Everyone is invited. "
State who proclaimed: I' died the world returned to "nor 't2ur-y friends Only a few days left to
". Wilson's approach to world John Wilkinson preached for us I
maley. His of the need
problems was, in a fundamental warnings II at 'lay Hill Sunday night. We are
for international cooperation for
sense to shape the character of peace were all but forgotten. prouj to hear one of our local

our response to such problems ahead for. ." During this year, more than I boys preaching and working for 'Li of Coniest"
as long as we can see 150 universities and colleges in the Lord. entee'"Gulf'S e

Tributes have come from statesmen I
the United States and
as geographically: widely abroad have arranged special many lecture 'i Mrs Richard Moslev. wishes to f">> .
Eden of thank for the flower 'f .-. ..=;. '
scattered as Sir Anthony series, seminars, institutes i I everyone I -. .

Britain. General Carlos P. Ro- and library exhibits for the studyof i, sent to her while she was in the .:' .: ""W'" .. :. '0' ,-/ j I / --'

mulo of the Philippines, Sir Les- the principles of government i hospital. I : :: .' .o. ,.. I, .; fr'f"I.r': / -,.. ,
lie Munro of New Zealand, C. K. administration ; W'. I\\ _-___
and -
I 1:). B of the -" I"-. J..e J.r.
Tampa spent
Wellington Koo of China and relations enunciated by Wilson. Lang -' :'!.o;';: o;" ""_, -0 :" ."

William V. S. Tubman: of Libena Nearly a dozen full-length bookson I weekend with his parents, Mr. S \' ,,.' -i...!!' ":':';:t..cr-o -') I m -
The mayors of more than 50 Wilson or containing selections I| and Mrs. Richard Lang and other """"- ': ,.;;: UI,I'I I ,"
United States cities have" appointed : 4__ I > "
from his datives:
voluminous writings :
: :
:"" _
:!! ; ..
Wilson Centennial Committees are being published this year. I Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith .:: .:i" -..,;... .- "' .. ';1-,.., \\
to local observ :; ;,"!\ .".cjt. "
arrange The has r .. ,_ .' _JI
Congress named the : attended :; ;. f't J.I I
and South Carolina >
The Governors of 28 States family of $;. .. {' ''i-" .:'. ; 1J'1'''' .;....N ,.. =<
: ;
ances. .. > .
newest bridge across the Potomac ,., 4t .. -, .." _, ,. ..... ;j ,1'" .i / f."" _
j at Branch .
5 < _
services _
Long '
and territories have called upon ; --z; f '
after Wilson. The Wilson .. ij.k' 1" v
their people to join in the Cen- Birthplace Foundation in his last Sunday. ,. -- '.>t. '"' ..:.41"""_""'.."$1.,< ; ,z'-; -.. ,_ "I_ : #. j.
tennial. John and Erumbelow o' .. -:<> ; rf; 'I' -
Betty II
home town of Staunton is raising ,, 4. I. ,- '

Official representatives of 36 $500,000 to restore the housein I Jacksonville were weekend guests ..... Pxlk; %' .", '... .. .\ / .. \,II- --. .... '. .....
nations: in quarter of the : . '
-H &
every which he was born. His bustis i of Betty's parents, the Jim 'f-fi" : : ." '-'- \
globe joined in a pilgrimage:: to being placed in America's Hallof Stucklands. m i

Wilson's birthplace in April.More Fame at New York Univer I .. ,1 ,. -- it J .. .
-;(, I "'- ,4" :
than 10,000 individuals journeyed Sorry to hear that Minnie ... / < .:_ ''J'I:
sity. The American President \Iuore' /1'I I ,. 1-- ', -.f. '';' J '.. .; '
to his home in two weeks to Lines' ship "WoodroVWilson" I : is confined to her bed. J I .j I / /
,view an outdoor drama basedon is making a Wilson Centennial I M.tcdell Jones is also on the sick & i i Af W
his life in July. i ;
Cruise to Pacific ports where list. "' &ZyJj
>\ '
Born in Staunton Virginia in special celebrations will be held. 0" 'iii \ : \- H; <.. ; I
j Believe it or not, the woods T +\. f'I-.. '.
$ '
1856. Wilson was the son of a High schools and elementary ", ",0'. '';'' ; r \. : I .
< j .
are getting wet enough for pulp- _. ;.; I'
and schools .-
Presbyterian minister gave are devoting renewed
great emphasis to religious phi- attention to Wilson in their I wood trucks to start bogging ,. t.WILLIAM BENDIX, star of "The Life of Riley" TV

losophy in his career. Wilsonwas courses. Organizations all over I down in the mud again. Seems : -<' points out your royal Riviera playground.

a scholar who studied at the country are showing"Spokesmen like old times.

Davidson College N. C., Johns for Tomorrow" a new film Enjoyed having Sam and Alice oppi

Hopkins and Princeton and the produced by the Woodrow Wilson -
McGarvey of Lawtey with at
author of outstanding works in Foundation entirely from jg

the fields of government and political -I specially processed newsreel; and Homecoming last Sunday. They ,

science. He was an edu- other materials of his thne.I 1 were taking pictures and making

notes for The Telegraph. I always .

!\()TII.: 10 APPr.tll I! To. I I...naltl. 11..1'1"| | i'. wh I "..' r.i- I Sam's
reading column
III Circuit tiiurl. Itrudford County. II. in i. anil, ..Uilr..,- 1- 4"is I.: j llxu -
t'lor Ida i In (.humfry.Margari .ix :\:. \\ |1Irt. (in,K"'; "". "Farmer's Diary" every week.
.t I 11"1'1"I I r I'lamtilf.: \ '. You are hereby notified that a. and it was nice to meet him and
I ',.uaI.t 11,1"| |" l'.f.'nda"t." I .uit f..r ilixune I i .t r.-. ustodjami
t '.,'.1 .,;" 11),1 i 1x4.! ..liii ..1) of nun..i. lull his good wife in person.
]\..Ice To ",'..11.STROBO'S. I Ilia' )I.. ..M. fll, .I aKHii.u'; ..1tllf' I
above named Court and cause and

'jou are required to s-erxe a copy of I lOf'LL LO\E the new Ester-
your answer or pleading! to the com- I II' WINjuLousDpy9W1
brook fountain ilp.isU1
!plamt on the riiintiffs Attorney pens
I .\ .I.I Th..maJr... :J": !-.'..-. TemU. I' sh.wleOnly $?J58 at Bradford
GARAGEGENERAL (1'1.! .. .M.ilk... Floll.l
,and file the original In the office of County Telegraph.
REPAIRSAll I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I
before the \SL-
Models |I I .' lliX of \ii\ellllier, Itjt'i.'otherwise ;; I In 'Irrult Court. Ilrnilroril County, _
I'Juriila In ( banrrrr.'MIIIIII .
the allegations uf said' ; I -
CARS TRUCKS I Complaint will be taken a.. confessed 1 I. l.l//irl, 1'lilntiff \ -. -
oy you. 1lul, luthi; Ie 1.lzzar. Ixfindant. :
LAWN MOWERS I This notice shall l.e published Ca'I' x". 11)-1'. 00000000000000000000000000000000000008
once each week for four consecutive! Onlrr Of Publication nil :Notice To
Price Reasonable weeks m the Lradford County Tele- .\|>l eiir: M.itr (If 1'lorlil.i lotl.luis Fly via a luxurious BIN tlJIE8/CtLV Super 7 Clipper 0O OO
gi ,ti.h I : iiitlnii; > Iazir.i.. \he
Cor Orange and S-100-A ,I lHt.il, til';s 10 it.IX' I.f 11.-1. lt"6. ,,-,, II' t .tin) .uidii-- I Inkiiuxin: \ o NEXT NEW CITROEN SPORTS SEDANS 0

2 BLOCKS OFF 301-S (OFF1CIALSIIAL) Charlei A. Darby Vni are quired tit appear on.Nnxrmlit o 4 o
flerk of the ('ir 'uit Courtly : 'i U.! r>::;t6, in tl.aho.\.. Fly direct to Nice, France, in 20 two. Y ou cnjov scores ot exciting' 4 TOP || The revolutionary OS W hx C11 ROt N of I ranee-safer, smoother, o
Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerkThat's Iu tn.i i'..uit and can'-, herein o
PRIZES fut with oil
automatic air' on
hours the orlJ'nu ..1lhcnturesIlh $200a da suspcn
pliintiffriks, ilixi>r< e. via \t nf''rhohda ) o o

Pradtord County Telegraph shall cizeed aid",,. Li\c in a Riviera nunto spend! Your" n limousine w hirlsvou o /1 0
Our BusinessIf publish this Order in next four
I ueiKIy issues. ;sion for four fabulous weeks. Reign through a gay round of gala 0 : L1L..J I \ 0
\\"it ness hand antI official seal "
It's Glass We Have It :lltalkt', my Flolld.1. Ibis October 4, in a royal home with all modern events in nearby Nice, Cannes and 0 o

4 CALL WRITE or \'ISIT i 19G.tolFIClAL; conveniences. other Riviera plavgrounds.A o -1 o
1 I
1 SAL o o

\ 'I Charles A. Darby Servant staff, luxury furnishings, world of awaits ) __ :s1 o
pleasure 0 '
I Joe Peters Glass Co. I As Clerk! of Said Court. you. / :

: I'xM I : .man, I.,,,. Cr.sby Deputy Clerk glamorous patio, private swimming Golden beaches, festive occasions, 0 1 0
;i"b.! l: lli .'04 ;ii.tr.tnly Life I o
I t.l;: .U .1.I i. K-''null,. J, rlnrida. and boating facilities. all this and dazzling scenery sports, pleasure 0

FOR ANY GLASS NEED \; :x "I 1'If. lu 12 4t llI /! more. all yOUr< m a We Design Modern Store Fronts I regal!; you o and a Gulf other o
NOPH'R 10 AFI'Ktn on Mediterranean! Life of Riley foramagmt 1:8:33: : lei Z ES o
I' Just Mail Us A Pattern for In Circuit Court, llradford County galaxy of gala
Kloridai In ('ham-err. It's a once-m-a-lifetimc trip for orable month! o o

Table Tops I:ill.i i Annilliain", !, I'laintiff.. o o

1313 Ni' 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 I' tin !. \\ illiams(:'4C Defendant No. IUIS'7Notice o o

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"of gasoline o I I
NO DOWN\ PAYMENT REQUIREDA I.. i ;.t Just eomplete this Jingle. Enter as -=1 -.r- .. o
You are hereby notified that a 0 In '""' """<"'* taust ll bvrns so titan.otten o __ --'- ,
I f", fiat."I...e. .Irt'. custody ,, as vou wish. All entries must o
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MAXVILLE I !I' Kirtlulay The family Dinner of Lacey Grift :: ; I People, Spots In. The NewsVIRGIN I

Save him a surprise dinner last:
Saturday in honor of his 63th: -.
1 .
llyMrs. C.: B. XoUnHomecoming BRADFORD COUNTY
I birthday. The dinner was held at ,
AAUAA1AAa&AAAAAAAAAUIA the home of his mother. Mis CASTLE at Kyrcnia on north coast. '
of Cyprus, may. be key spot In trouble as ,
: Sarah Jane Griffis. Those attending .
I Iilunici Greeks on Cyprus pu'h for f; "N.." lf
were Sirs. Lacey Griffis. M s union with Greece. Furtr.'-.-, ,: ".f
oming:IS ct-lebiated last Sarah Jane Griffis Mrs. Evelyn was built about 1200 A.D .
.Sunday at the Long Branch Bapti Griffis and daughter Mr. and < ..
lt Chi!!. h. Rev. H. F. Higdon de- Mrs. Waverly Griffis and family:
li''eifd the message and dinner and :Mr. and :Mrs. E. U. XXVlltuu.en --
M-tved on the giounds. Visiten, and sons.
1 )>;a<j>er
..--'n, T.;.:.; irt Iti-v. .Imi SlnrkIii': I p", 1I1:;.lr.h ,ti! :m -'.,-
i lnd. Rt-v ci.iifi.if: Kr.iyi.t.:: and' in itt-d i her but(,day! i-.! K: i .
John \\ .!km- ''n .\ Urge liu'.vd! andv 1 <.i honotrd ., ,'|11 t !I' ',' -.
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this Little
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team was beaten in L L.
: t m. World Series by Roswell
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il y s Opens Mon., Oct. 22 Through Sat. Oct. 27 '"


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.ea t s Dedicated To Improving Bradford County Its Homes, Its Agriculture, Its Industries
SUN-BATHING at Nassau in g .
Bahamas are Lois Cops of Ft. s '
Lauderdale Fla., and friendly ,, -.. .
giant Hawksbill turtle. ,,. ,

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TO BUY THIS FULL SIZE 40" I ; J-:;; ''' 'c.F' FOR :, I OF Q;:; : :.'Y' :Y;

IV I It r rl' r.r''h: ALL 'r)4: RIDES ._ QfJh a

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"Focused Heof Broiler '" >1..,-.,"
Built-in Fluorescent' lamp CARTOONIST ENROLLS in Safe
Driver League.. D.Batchelor EXHIBITS !
Illuminates Working Surface --S : (deft), who has boon warning auto drivers for
.. 15 with his "Inviting The Undertaker'1 cartoons, 7
Colrod'1 Surface Cooking years receives -
Units league emblem from George L. Marchsnt of B. F.
Fingertip Pushbutton I roui OLD RANGE Goodrich, which, sponsors the nationwide safety program
n rouR DOwsDTMNT -- .fI.
Controls ,
Calrod* __ ____ _____ I
Bale and Broil :
Units FIOME 0 birthday supper given by her tin1 p.tienti. A school MIIliMk'.vonu \-'> .n! I F :ti t
< !iu'ldren. Enjoying this occasion I will bi Liken !h'< I :;
See The Complete Line oo'GE i\ith her were. Mr. Higgir.botham.Mrs. wt-t'k. Refreshmentsvie t-onv.l l I

Ranges in Raymond Kilgore and fa mil}, by the second glade niothtrs.Mr. \i1l7
Mix or Match Colors r- :Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higgmbotham and Mrs. E. B. Velhunsnnnd \
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and family. Mr. and Mrs. George sons were business visitors 4f!
F'4 Johnson and family Mr. and Mrs. in Jacksonville and Sanders m !!: ;/ .-

la Paul Garrett and family, and last Saturday.Mr. : I ( ,
.Tune and Shirley Higginbotham. and Mrs. RalphVilsim of t 'fi'r I
--- We Service Everything We Sell -- :\'urw.i..il At 1'. T. .\. Jacksonville were visitors in :Max "I l
Mrs. Dobbs county school nurse, j yule Saturday and Sunday. ,

and Mrs. Shultz director of :Nur-j Mrs. J.V.. Thomas and Mis I

G. 1. M C G R IFF ses from the State Board of, H.from I*. the Higdon Long were Branch messensei Uajitis'"

Health were guests at the regular
) meeting of the Daniel Boone --
Creek last Wednesday. I ,
1'. T. A. which was held XX'ednes-
APPLIANCESStarke Mr. and Mrs. F. U. ColemanMrs.
,11Od 10 at the Maxville!
: Julia Griffis and :Mrs. Lester.
Florida S honl. They showed a film on Taggart represented the Maxviili SCHOOL PROJECTS -- COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS
.hookworm and discussed it withYOU'D
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i Creek meeting last Wednesday.
I We are glad that Mrs. Joe
Lucas is feeling better after a --
I recent illness. I
BETTER I Mrs. Karl Cannon entered the I Ii
i Baptist Memorial Hospital ir
Jacksonville for Monday.
; surgery
i lit and Mrs. Buford Hl gm- SUPPORT YOUR COUNTY FAIR ---
GIVE A botham and K. D. and Merle Hifjginbotham -
visited in Jacksonville

j Lyle Friday Schmehls night with and Mr.daughter.and :Mis LET'S BUILD A BIGGER AND BETTER FAIR EACH YEAR

Ed Tread well left Monday mia '
week's vacation with his -on,
Terry, in Dearborn
t H. Johnson returned Saturday STORE SIMPSON'S:; :; JEWELRY STORE:
night from a short visit in STAKKE TELEPHONE ('O. FLORIDA HANK AT STARKE
Miami and Naples with his daughter -

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schim-hN! : C.\ O\\'S DIU'C; STOKE: DOYLE CONNER INS. AGENCY:

|. and daughter spent Satuid.iy Kocirs imn: STORE MACK FUTCH
night and Sunday with :Mr. and;
,i :Mrs. Buford Higginbotham and! SMITTY'S: liAKKEK SHOP GUY; ANDREW'SWALL


Mrs. Daisy Padgett and daughter. I I10TTOM DOLLAIt) DEPT STOKE THE (GUIDON; RESTAURANT
Bonnie and Miss LmdlIt-
ers attended the Singing at the C. II. NASWOUTIIY "I'HILCO" RATLIFF MOTOR CO.

Clay Hill Baptist Church Sun :. COCA-('OL.1 BOTTLING(; CO. TUCK'S AUTO CAFE
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and Mrs. Arnold Harper.
Jewel North and Violet Dill! n- ( DAMPIERSTAKKE
fed attended the football game m HAKDWAKK CO.RULLINCTON'S SUWANNEE FOOD STORE
Bunnell! Friday night betxuvnnildwm
., ; STl'DIO & (SIFT; SHOP
and Bunnell. The si ore
was 20 to G in. favor of Bunnell. :; STATE .\ : INSURANCE MERRITT WILLIAMS SHEPHERD'S RADIO & T.V. ,

"'e are glad to learn that Mis: T. FRANK{ .\\lmt\1: DAHMER'S: GIFT; SHOP
T. 1(. Edwards is improving after
a recent illness.
|! Claude North has returned to FI.OHlD.HE.LTY CO. FREEMAN REGISTER & SON

ii Jacksonville after a weekend THE GARDEN; RESTAURANT EARL (;OOInl.\) 'S REPAIRS

visit with his parents. Mr.: and WILLIAMS JEWELRY BRADFORD) ABSTRACT CO.
Mrs. John North. A recent graduate : -
of the Baldwin High School l TUCK'S RESTAURANT: DRIVE:\ BHOW 'S STANDARD GAS ST.H. .\.

ht is now employed by the XX'inn- ALVAREZ! STORAGE; & ;MOVING STARKE MOTOR PART ('0 IN('.
Dixie Store on Lent Turner Rd
in Jacksonville.. I JOHN TORODE) SHELL OIL 0. E. LAWSON

Misses Jewel ILgginboihaMi.: i WINN DIXIE FOOD STORE: STARKE: Bl'ILDElfSiUPI'I.Y:
,J. Ann Pin"h. Martin! H'-
,:-:1: 1 P.ttsy Smith attended, a b ith:
d 1 ,\- p arty for Miss Judy H L1 DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL{ MAYOR BILLY JACKSON

)/ h 'thII\ in Baldwin Thl".|I.t:> RONNIE: DOXXIE :STORE ED. TORODE USED CARS

t n uht.Miss. BlLUFOIW1101.1i.I.E{ :: :MOTOR, INC. STARKE: ; DRY) n.E.\[ \EHS & LAUNDRY
Gloria Higginbotham :nr.:
Tommy Baker of Jack orn! 'a! :" ANDREWS MOTOR CO. STAKKE: TAXI :SERVICE

isled; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie s-\ .' (;OOlnL\ 'S SINCLAIR JAS STA. RED SEAL ELECTRIC I

\ ':vi f-i'tiiv and were supprrcuo.ts APARTMENTS;
: r.f Mr. and Mrs. R i'!.<
Because the forests are a source Hisrsrinbotham.XX'e! ARCH{ J.: THOMAS, JR. KAP nr) r.ESSO DEALER) 1

/r are sorry to learn th.it: () 4 DENMARK FURNITURE: CO. wFI: I:S ELECTRIC SERVICE i iIR. i
of prosperity to this community, .T. P.afuse was seriously! wom !,' H. MARCODR. { :
p.mr'-iv when a gun which he.V :-
it is your concern to help see that holding went off accidentally! -. T. (;J. RITCH DAVE PAULK

n n'l of 1 the by'let! e-.teied h < ,-vf MITCHELL DRUG; STOKE VAN PRIEST ;5 AND 10C STORE ,'

/t forest t wildfires are slopped. .sonv.llo He underwent hospital surgery M. adav in r.sh'a; J1. ;:t.:- CITY BARBER SIIOP.: E. SPARKS CHARLEY E. JOHNS INS. AGENCY

have the bullet ren.oved. IKhi! JIMMY CANNON'S BARBER SHOP HARDY) BROS. MOTOR CO.

lust the s'cht> of :::.-5 eve., STUMPS DEPT. STORE WINKLER ELETRIC SERVICE

Mrs.: Lura l u'ess: Maa's RADIO & T.Y. .\. J. THOMAS
Column in the T,-:.' rph: "('!1.' STAKKE
Hill Echoes,' I is thoroughlv! eri ",- GENERAL ELECTRIC McGRIFF CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS CO. 1

ed by the pe'V :n the Mixvi: V RUBY JOHN'S BEAUTY SHOP J. I). SEYMOUR: ffi STA.
VOTE FOR COUNTYWIDE FIRE area 1frs. Moho \\1! k-::. tr
by a lot of re in t'! k ".
1Init\; : and the"i r:. ) ...- -
press their and It:1: : "

h.- Thipuic sponsored as a public service by Bradford Farm Bureau, Bradford Cattle- rher.i posted of hrnr.l V''-." PLENTY VENUE"j

+ men'- \--odation and Bradford Soil Supervisors.i a<::v.es.: P'-.e. "" .
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& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&!!!!!!!!!!!!!!&!!!&!!!!! a "Treasure Hunt" to be held Those who were present with thehostess Church Women met Monday Oct. ."TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI tended the Starke-Palatka football days with her '
1 parents M!: a-: :
following the dinner. | and the guest of honor 15. Circle 1 convened at the home in Palatka last :
Friday Mrs. Joe Moody.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I \Vhen everyone had finished were: Mrs. John Ellis Mrs. Bll oi Mrs. J. O. Himble where a BRIDGE night and were overnight guests '
of the
,eating, the group assembled in Baker Mrs. Bill Studstill, Mrs. covered dish luncheon was heldat AND NEW RIVER of .Mr and Mrs. Erie Moody. i j jMis M..oK' : v
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 I the Firehouse where they were Edith Flidenour 1rs.1I'tor 1 o'clock. Circle :2! met with Mary Snowden left Saturday ,'last Sunday were :M-- ... M!" -.
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..11.1.1... Miss Cleva J. 'L.' D. Dobbs
yyyyy.V11.n111y11 divided into teams of four, and Frees Mrs. Ralph Bryant. Mrs. Carson at 2 o'clock; :Mrs. F.L SappAAAAAAAAJ.AAAAA4A4AAAAAA for week's visit with her I I of R.n\nl. c. ; M: -

VwmanClub :Meets Clay Countv Council President. !I given an initial clue to the trea- Shirley Grayson, Mrs. Carl Hurst. Circle 3 with Mrs. David A. Nelson diti.hler. Ml s. Sampson Johnson Edna Cason, Mr. and MMrs. J' ..-

\ The fast business meeting of the mad. everyone 1'most\ welcome. ure. Clues were in sealed em'elopes Mrs. Jimmy Thomas, Miss Connie at 1 p.m.; and Circle 4 with :in Gainesville.Frumls Wayne Jones i-'d| M: t

li'ati-57\ season was held at the 1 Ea: h la.ly'1 hu attended brought i] with the team number on Knight and Miss Jean Robinson. Mrs. T. L. Norwood at 10:30: a.m Mr. and Mi < Vernell Moody of Bud Moody will be Mrs CIH--.UT \lnodt" t !K- .- .'

Keystone;: Heights Woman's Club! a coveied-dish. and luncheon was :j the outside. The first team to Thursday evening, members of Members brought sandwiches.The of Lakeland l were weekend guestsof clad to know that he is feeling HeightsM :
Tuesday' Oct 9. at 1 p.m. Mrs. (,enjoyed in the beautifully decor- find eight envelopes and bring the Parent Teacher Program Nightengale Circle met with Mrs From Moody, and Mr. some better but is still in the
.n !ated hall. j them to the firehouse were the Miss Gertrude I Iou user, and Rebecca ;and Mrs. Bill Banks. : : :- :Mis. _\t.! : :I" : _
W. B. Dawson, the new president, Planning Committee met at the Lake City hospital. Mr. and Mis. .
I winners. The Circle with Mrs. Ken Platt, B<> '
wining team con- Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Moody at- IUIIY ivie week.-: '- -
Mrs. who attended I Fernie Moody. Mrs. Ida ?
in charge of the meeting. j jGay Ladies from Keystone Moody
was Livingston membership chair- were Mrs. George Schaef-j|!sisted of Mrs Clinton Denny, Mrs. home of Mrs. Chester Moody at both at 8 p m. The program was and Mark Moody visited him Sin- their parents Mi :IM N! .- KMtillin
i O. L. Hranwn, Pill Morgan, and 7 Members of the Commit- taken from Churehwoman's Ma-
man, introduced two new mem- fer, Mrs. Fred Dodd, and trs. p.m. know that he is having good days day afternoon.Congratulations. of: Moo.lT: ,1'
and I Fremont Tolles. tee who were present! were: Mrs gazine: "Looking Forward to more frequently" now. Mrs lietxveiler ,.
tits. Mrs. H..rhertelson L. Williamson. j, to Mr an1Mss. \ ": with '!; K \ -
Mrs C. P. Claik. Mrs. W. H. Rotary Institute Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fendrickand Watson nardenber h. Miss Emma World Community Pay. has taken up temporary R.-heM I.bhs 0:1 the ainv-il: :-:11:1,11\' .Ii:.,! ill""''.. "' \.
visitor.As Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cannon .Kate Mansfield. Mrs Larry La- I'afiy shower residence in Jacksonville, near .. ,
Allen was a The Rotary Institute for District ; 'f a iliuulit.'i! n (t. s Mrs M- > I'S li'i'; ; !P. ,
in the past the club will 212 was held Oct. 5 at Keystone returned to Keystone Heights on l1e('. M-s. Frank Jones, Mrs. A. Mrs. Fred Mulling was guest of the hospital.The p.ihhs is the ;.'! diet :\1---: Maggie; Mi! .i't Mr.K! I: LI \\

ir.eet Once a month for business, Heights, and was conducted by ; Sunday. Oct.<< 7, after an excitingand 1 A. Bamford. Mrs. George Schaeffer honor at a baby shower g'ven Andrew Bible Clas of the : 1..1\ .:> ':',i'! :': .1 Ir.t !.:,;. I'" ':' :':.1' ."

and once a month for a luncheonand 1,Rotarian Bill Robbins of Miami. 1 enjoyable week in California.Mr. and program chairman. Mrs. bMrs.. Harold Ri'iaught! en First Baptist: Churl !11"! i! the
program. Miss Cleva Carson, Bill is of the Fendrick and Mr. Cannon Mondv. Following the business Finest T Dav.s home o, : / '
a past president i n t 11 i
program chairman, announced thatMrs. Miami Club, and past District ;;went to attend a mining convention 'meeting Mrs. Moody served her Thursday played.night.and Oct.refreshments 11were Gare's Mrs. Davis: and o-t!: >--N' M's 1"1, : ALVAREZ' STORE Men's ClothingEstablished '",

Paul Harrison, of PenneyFarms Governor of the Southern Florida j representing Humphreys i nests cake and coffee. served by the Ridaiieht+ g-1 r's. John Camp, suvoi,: ':'a: < '. ;iii I.I. 1VU J J J1'
would speak at the first District. This meeting was arranged -|I Gold Corp., Highland and Trail i Miss Jean Robinson home Sandra and Kathy Ciiiesls included ,.Id;' ]p io lad ..I;<", il
program meeting, on Oct. 23. Her by Al Nelson, Governor ,,Ridge Plants. They went by plane economist for Clay Electric, and members of the F.ist! Baptist -
snbiect will be "Women of Arabia." of District 242. Thirty Rotarians ,,and while in California, visited l Miss Agn >s Borgia costume design Church.
Mrs Sarah Mi Donald Bazaar many of the restaurants and : instructor at the I'niv of I
attended, representing Rotary "HANDY
chairman told of plans for this Clubs in District 212.kiddie :dubs made famous by big-name Fla.. attended the Home Economics Mr. and Mrs. H.mi-v I n.tvvere "
event which will be held Nov 17. I II movie stars. One of the highlightsof Association Board Meeting in recent guests of :Mi mil I
Karimal i FLAME"
Mrs. W. E. The I C. tets
The Library chairman. Mrs. !: their trip was a visit to Dis- St. Petersburg Oct. 6. Dwyer. +\
If have a red pencil handy :\ -
you 1 I '>.p form* "p f
Emery Cooper, told of new bookshelves neyland. It was necessary to William H. Smith celebrated his
library ,draw a great big ring around ,',1 I entire there Brooklyn, and now live in O..il.iThis COMPLETE BOTTLED (;iAS SERVICE FOR
the spend an to
recently added to day see 88th birthday on OctI.. He is
of number of new Oct. 31 on your calendar. Why'Teeause >I it properly but it was time wellspt'nt Sunday. lId' 31!l. in.MI! -
and a thebig Mrs. S. E. McKay's father. COMMERCIAL HOME OR FARM USESEE :
adult anti children's books re- that is the day for they said. !! dren of the Catpchi (ci'-sp! it --
Monday evening Oct. 8. a
Hallowee/i celebration in Key ,
I St William's hun h :ail t th! 'I n'
cently acquired. the P.T.A.I'I Mrs. John Ellis, an employee special meeting of all interestedin
stone Sponsored by ,
: parents plan to take .1 p i ir. IS HEFOKE YOU BUY
Open HoiiM Held usual. There will be all sorts ,'at Clay Electric, entertained the helping with the P.T.A. Halloween -
,09 lunch to either St August! II<- m-
On Wednesday evening Oct. 10, 'of entertainment for all children !:bother ladies of Clay at'her Electric: office j Carnival! was called at the Daytona Beach, starting ..ill.o'clock .-! S DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS. $89.95

the Keystone Woman's Club held of 65 or younger. There will be 'at a luncheon lake home, : schoolhouse at S p.m. General mass. Anyone cl.-- .n :tin- 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95
House with members of the select i!Thursday. Oct. 4. i!Chairman Frank Walrath Jr..
Open and to
judges .
I a parade parish who wishes to .t'l'!: :h
Executive Board as hostesses. .the prettiest ugliest, and most I Mrs. Bob McCormick entertained ''presided at the meeting From all welcome. APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS

Guests were greeted at the door original in each age-group There at her home on Lake Brooklyn, !indications: this should be a bigger
Boots Detweilei+ who ht l been
hv the President Mrs. W. D. !:|V-ill! be door prizes, and all sortsof on Tuesday. Oct. 9. honoring Mrs. and better Carnival this year. HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY21S
the l .1 -ksonville
Hawson. and Vice President. Mrs. can have vr.h a number of new attiuc- in Baptist Hospit.il 111 1 -
game and you your
Paul Tyr.nth a luncheon and'
Gay Livingston. Mrs. Clinton | fortunes I told or your portrait fonsI for sevei.il \1"1.! !h.i-; : Temple ,\H'. Phone l\:\
Penny poured punch, and Mrs. .drawn. And you would be surprised i stork shower. Mrs T> re l'e.t'I'edI I ('lIlIIlIIlIlIit.'hurl.1t. Circles been having a latlu-i roimn' tune Lowest Prices Easiest Terms
Henrv V McCrea. of Melrose, fat all the treasures a nickel or I many useful and beautifuf gifts All Circles of the Community 01 !it. but fiifnii.Niil, be ;:1 id! t to. 1
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furnished background piano ,dime can buy at the White Elephant -
Others who assisted in entertaining Stand. And what rhilddoen't

were Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. ''( like to ride in a pony i(

T R Cook Mrs. 11. J. Boatwright, ',cart' To say nothing of all the \! t
and Mrs. B. R. Weld. The entire',delicious food there will be. Mother

Community was invites j won't have to cook that evening. ; t

Catholic ('IuhI..t.: j You can buy your dinner at the j ,I I
On Wednesday evening. Oct. 10, (Carnival. Present plans call for' .. I
the members of St. William's the affair to be held at the City I

Catholic Club met in the Recreation I I Palk but in case of rain, it may .mot ont and just wonderful U1 i",
Hall for their regular monthly i all be moved to the outside arcades ,
meeting Herbert Nelson president j at the school house.

introduced fol. John E. Fire h-partnient News \
Peidler who discussed pews. for I Members of the KeystoneHeights
the church. Plans for outline the Volunteer Fire Dept. have i'
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lawn. and the maintenance of the I|earned the distinction of being !: '
building were made. An outing ,the best-dressed firemen in Florida f

for the Catechism Classes was ,!I II r ..
planned for Sunday. Oct. :21.! I|I It all happened when the firemen a xa t ; : 3r a s y

When the meeting had adjourned and their wives were assembled -
Mrs Bill Siprelle brought in :. at the Keystone Restaurant ; '
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a beautiful birthday cake, which I for dinner on Ladies 4 ; : .
she presented to George Schaeffer.who Night Oct. 13. At 7:30.: the -

was having a birthday. Mrs. scheduled time for dinner, the fire ,
Siprelle: and Mrs. Herbert Nelson ,siren sounded, and everyone

served coffee, and everyone agreed ;thou ht, of course, that it was
that Mrs. Siprelle had once more a most original "dinner bell." Butit

lived up to her reputation as a wasn't a dinner bell: it was t q : '
toot baker. i ifor real. So dinner was delayed
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left Instruction Courts :,while the firemen in white shirts

On Thursda)'. Oct. 11, the Clay (and ties went dashing off on the

County Council of P.T.A. held a trucks to Lake Santa Fe. This /. .. '....
School of Instruction at the Community f c : .
Center in Middleburg. Mrs. ex-cellent 1 : '
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EIll'h: M.mson. president of StateI'.Mn. was delirious. I :
t I pie-.iled l Mis: Andrew, !F!. t".j!,.:' II tide!;'),'!! :!h .r.v.i-d-'il IRv I\ ;
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