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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Winners Of Blue Ribbons At County Fair I




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Adopts PolicyOn REVIVED -

\ rl'i i iII of tinaniMign| Show Gets Started t
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aguinstiiilators in the downtown ? r'e
Employment area of M.irUe was Wednesday ; Trucks

,'"" tomlicd, olf II l y Major U. T.l.tcKsim Are Mired In Mud ,. i
',jFy dl' :++rl rrr B. -+ ',.i1 .,4tt :d 1+ '
Ti! Hi ,idluiil Count! ,, Hospital : at :M.nor's ( oiirfMonday. ,. .i,, ,
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11 lone r, of top( l,nn in the rattle judging: t-\('nt at the Bradford! ( r writ}. lair TII..d.1.lIiI.I.. } Koatd:1 1 IIi! Tiu.itcos in ,1 "penall, : The opening 1 : hair started grttingslopp I i ('I'unt.Fall. was twit '.-i'iWednesdav '
their aarclinning animaN.. At "left, I.\. mi \Uiite, Ill-j ear-old 4-IIVr. displays, purebredngiis !Mtetirg: Wedne.sdaj' night, that: "l'enile| | i 1a
) again m parKing: ," the this week .rlr: !i.itometted ::;-
lieifcr While hi. tat h rr. J. K. \\liitc, t-r nt r r, exhibits his i jutingHKIIS.: hull The two Future 1'arners A.is dosed 1 to the press, ievi>eti I:
ilpolicy In in.ivor; 'a ill. lie told the the grouniL- 1t:1" : .
at the right Rudolph Sapp and Donald I're\att, JMISI' with the twir heifers o\\mtl l>.\' tin MarUe and Bradford preclude any mem- policemen to crarlt down on 'I"f mini
!hri! of the Board from being l r : .a
( omit hapter.., of the I T.\. at.
) oifl'llll'Ts, especially mentioning -
Trucks the node
t mployed in any capacity h> the j bringing
!h spital I. the drivers olio park on ,: equipment into the gioun.U! Sun- .
w+,. tinI.It siil > of tinstrc..t.
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'Iav: and Monday became bogged
t'hu: le" Hardy, board c'hail man d derr
:*>wh parking! : pra< tict's arc own in the mire. The grounds c.
th.it .
ud effective date of the ,
against tin law anil endanger were just beginning to dram off
:'i A piiiiiv was set at Jan. 1nt '
lives, lie "a rllt'll. inch .'"
!!07, fit.in the nearly seven pelting -
.\ campaign was inaugurate ret'eived last week when t

Unr! person immediately af- several months ago against mother downpour arrived early 4 .:.
:e it led L> the new policy is Mrs parking "HI'I1thr.hkh resultcd Mcntlay( morning. r

l [:nur H Kite medical ret'orris in niunher of tickets bc- 4. -F-.
*, I In! ,man at the hospital who isi.11 a The .\. H. Stephens shows supplying -
fr ing handed out.
the midway attraction
fat a member of the board of "
"\ all lu\e let up, the ,
1 inr' t tM 1 I.,, had to get1 a bulldozer to pull
i major lull the policemen. "Ill.iven't their trucks into place. The mire : Two spokesmen fr the| Deinotratie part; \isil.-d t.rrkr L?.
\ ''"hng to the action of the told oll to let I
.i\ > lip.Ict's
i ought work on tent erectionand I Friday and delivered speeilttMasting the Kepulilitanxt: lelt. :senRussell
.1" 'I" 11,1't'dnesda I night MrsHies this thing in the
If1 ) get
a other tasks almost to a I: : I....ng: spe.tks on the ( luirlli.iuse steps during .illennioii.' In.
( \ ,"Inl'es as librarian "of- again." I.
1 L .ru !& groove
Mp \1iJ&I 1.J 1 ,il'v I'! standstill and slowed down woikrn ala\ night former en.itnr ( laude ""IIIH'r. right was i 1',11 -. 'ak
1IIf11..1 teimmate Jan. 1. 19-.,. lie said the t rat'kil.mn Hill pow | )p.

+ J, ,!n wul continue on the pay- affect onl.tin. more- lieavilvtravelled moving in the exhibits er at a call al the high/: s< bunt stadium.

:' 11 tl g.. mti'! !! 111 it date : streets.Couple's The livestock pens were least
I affected by the bad weathes sin.e
JU' t 1's ,-. ? \ rear: ,' ipli,.' leportet Thuint inHi' they had been coveied I b,.totrthe
t w t-. ,irked to leave b..- Slams GOPs
6Jo11. Dilemma heavy rains al rived The l.ve- Pepper
i'f. 'i/:' i"I' I wont into sessM!:
-'-'m I : stock grounds were toveiei 1 iv.'iifawdu.st. !


1- ''1 ,'tW... :;__ol'9 i:-' ,. 1"'. Carnival SlatedAt \Which Spouse Fair .officials h.IIII"d! | workloads At

.1. .- ffet::' I'\\\' ; ,! of sawdust into the grounds Rally In StarkeFornur

The chicken+, rabbit and hogs also took Mile ribbon l honors during judging at the fair. At left High SchoolHallowe'en : for walkways for the patron
In Jail? The Wednesday
Stays midway opened
1 ..IH'rt Salmon holds one of bis top prier chicken In tenterernnii dlissiui hold U one of the rabbit afternoon as the up school riuldren's I 1 I" S. :'l'Ilat III' (Clan if lYpl'fl' Kl'ltl.lX J..,nt! 1 <11d

which vum a blue ribbon for Tom Kngland.: At right. Frankliiddm and 1.:1 tndon (irilfis show' NightAn .
the i
the roaN
I hi
day pot: un ('rway. Thurs : cpuhlic an Tarty OUT( t a> hurled it left dnun/ \

some blue ribbon Ihiroc gilt,. A CJeoigia m in and hIs: wife day was set aside as the day at : imecthfs at Vice t Pnidtntmembers I ithardixu i end r.ilnnrt! !

.itU'iii'Mm and .'\ellngIIf fated a dilemma in Mayor's Court I the fair for the Negro children. .

1 Halloween i ked off festivities uill! be Monday alter they were both con- The commercial exhibit tent has i Speaking at a Uenimiatu: tally
Wednesday the Sen.
bv Pushes
'kted'n i '
intuxu'atiun. They Long

Large Number Take Blue RibbonsAs midget complete football with intersquad half time tattle en-- j \found that they had only enough I and been other filled attractions.with new cars boats I' at stadium the Bradford Pepper said High that!sihool"the,

to the fine of one of
money pay ''
trrtainment and cheerleaders. I I A roomful ot exhibits from: opposition is not running on the'
I them and had to decide which I clubs. schools and other I record of the Republican part" Democratic CauseInAddressllere
Later in the afternoon a midwa. -,J one should remain in jail until groups
Livestock Is At FairAn |
Judged with various is also on hand for viewing. but on the popularity of Prescient
} soils of at- the additional money was raised. Kisenhower.

I ral twos and entertainment will ) Their decision resulted in the I

be opened up with a ham supper wife Mrs. Dorothy Reese.; Ie-I| I I "They know the Keputlu an record '
unusually large number of Mated be 'Tax Study Group is such that the people don't
to served from 5:30: tnKirkolt maining in the city jail for the':
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blue ribbons were handed out 7 p m want to vote for it," he declared !
afternoon during the night while her husband, Waltei :i I' S Sen Kus>eil l..ip;; F: :..1.1.t'larJ'e .
Tuesday Eisenhower is a
I "But a011' for
time for the game will D. Reese telephoned to relatives.!I
that the ;
judging of the livestock at the t' vote for Dick Nixon" Pepperwent I Iteputtranparty
be at 2 The for aid. Organized HereA
financial
p m carnival activi- Money was
theory
is operating nn ;i !
Fair. .
Bradfoid C\unty ;' I on. "and there isf something I II
t.e.will get underway about 4 wired to the couple before midnight -
goverment which benefit ; the
C. Wood director of I don't ust. '
Joseph a about him the people tI '
on the s hool rounds. Other enitamment : but Mrs. Reese had to stav large corporations at the
the livestock show, said mote topsuably t. + Citizens Tax Council l to stud I I It's be use he is all- expenseof
t scheduled will in custody until the Western Un- } "Maybe .
the "rank and file .t! theheople.
beI
exhibited _
animals were ;i t -katmg it the USO and movies. I ion office opened and the fine I the tax' situation in Bradford ous, reckless with the truth, having | ."
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this year than ever before. Under s Carnival features will includea could be puid.Mayor Cot1',\''was organized this week no fixed purpose or conviction -
the system u.'d by the u I saId. Sen. Long speaking f; < a:. tht'Bradfoad
fun house fish pond fortune I W. T. Jackson imposed and members of the group met the former senator | ...
Couitmn. -
Wood "aai. the animals wereJudged Jacksonville Monday with district "It's pot safe for such a man t? County
ttllmg pony rides dolt gamei. a $50 fine: an Reese for driving II
against ideal standards ., "' nut lefreshwent stands I while intoxicated and a $35 fine and state leaders of the I be in lacer," he declared. "bu\ |I steps labeled the Republican
which would make it for I policies as the "trickle down
possible
Adult! will be on Mrs. Reese for public intoxi- tax study program. I I that man stands only one beat of
animal to win a top prizeit charged 25 cents I theory of goverment whith ;;ive-
every and scarred heart from
cation. Harmon[ Morgan. County school an aged
+ rinussnin to the
: midget game. to the large un the
companies
met the standards.
it ,. '' After the sentences superintendent, was elected temporary the most sacred office on earth.
< Wade) !: will! he charged 10 cents. were II that hue ,
they can mote
theory
Clue ribbons were awarded as pro-I at
shots
also directed
n. 11111. dnner will nounced Reese asked chairman of the 20-mem- Pepper I II
1 -t cost adults people and thus spread the we.iltn
led rib un as secc t
the President's"team"
top prize members of the
Jackson to let both off. ber council. An organizational other
+I ii I i Ii! 'II: nd and while ribbon a.s the 'The trouble with thi! Ilea! ,
prize > for the single $;,0 fine. "That's i meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. as arguments against I
tried (wlze. ., Long declared "is that !it doesn t
.II have at the Courthouse. : Republicans I
we he said. I today FridayI I II I
The cash awards will be pre.s- + 1 Brothers Charged "We make the local people pay The Bradford Council is part of "If you vote for Ike. \ou sec-I areI get down to the bottom" to benefitthe !!

, nted Satuiday. For cattle $l5 their fine,." the mayor replied the Florida Citizens Tax Council voting for dull Dulles to he average man.

v ill be awarded to blue ribbon With Stealing Car "and we couldn't treat you any I Ilifferent. which was set up by a 1955: act retary of state" he said. "He admitted The Louisiana senate! delved

\vinner.sliming puiebied animals ( ." I of the Florida Legislature to ; he earned the nation 19 : into several areas of legislation in

. nd $12 for grade animals. Fornogs Home Itemonstration Club ladies entered exhibits of jellies, canned From Starke LotTwo The couple was arrested after : study the state's entire tax the brink of war three times. The I which he accused the Republicans
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the blue ribbon prizes will goods and other product tall.linlith a Hume Demonstration they were stopped near the Bradford : structure. I next time his stupidity might I II' of policies which were contrary tithe .

bt $10 foi purebred and $8 for : exhibit are Mrs. Paul Dinkin. and :.Mrs. John Green. brothers High School as they were : D. H. Stynchcomb, member of I' push us off." I II I best inteests of the rank and

Fade animals. ( were lodged in heading north on U. S. 301.! They I the state council and Dr. Wylie I Dulles' "stupidity" was blamed I, file of the people but were r-ene
the Bradford County jail this had been executive of ''for bringing about the Suez crisis reveal to the large business in-
For recognized strains or poultry reported on Kilpatrick secretary ,
$1.50 will be awarded for blue I Record Number Of Fair Exhibits week under $1500 bond each on :the road as they traveled weaving: throughthe the state council!, explained the I by breaking up the \Voild Bank I trests
: charges of car stealing. Sheriff II
i the Aswan Damproject
nbbona and $1 for bantams Top i city. aims of the program at the Jacksonville negotiotion on I Sen. Long charged that the Republican
.
p1) Reddish said they have also !
frizes for rabbits will be $1.50. The arresting officer, C. Moore meeting.Dr. inEgypt. policies hate set back

Blue ribbon winnt'nl for beef i Entered By Women And Girls : been implicated in a breakin'tccentl said that when he stopped the I Kilpatrick: said that local The orator also teed off on i iI ;, the strides the Democrats had
} at Xaswoi 's store on
}
cattle entries were the Bradfordand ; East Call St. pair Irs. Reese was 1 lying on the knowledge of finance problemsand j I' Secretary of Agriculture Benson i made in helping the small bus

Staike Chapters of FFA floorboards in the front seat. local views as to what should and Secretary of Treasury I messman, the old and neeth and

with two angus heifers; and I A record number of exhibits are on display theear in Being held are Robert Eugene "At first I thought it was a I be done about taxes "can most I Humphries. He charged that the I the i farmers.

Lynn White 4-H, with an angus the woman's and girls' division of the Bradford County Fair, Xorman Xorman. about 1and! Carlo} 1 undle of clothes" he said. "Then : effectively be expressed by cite I secretary ofagriculture is" "not interested I i! Under the fiscal policyof the
16. Reddish
said the'older farmers.
I I I tax council in our
heifer saw her arm. Moore said she zens organized into a Republicans the fiery l 1-iwmaliei
Miss Dorothy Ross, chairman of the division, reported. She boy has admitted stealing for theRepubbcan I
In the adult division Bryant 1 looked as though she were dead !i in each county. "To"ote declared, the profits of the btu
said that more products were exhibited and more persons''II an automobile on Oct. 13 from is vote for a secretaryof
Reddish won a blue ribbon for a but Reese told him she was just Morgan said that after the Party to I corporations have increased while

Charlaise bull and J. B. White j participated I in the showing than in previous years. the Ratliff auto lot. ,; drunk. Both pleaded guilty to the I Studies are completed recom- treasury who's going to "give I the profits of small business have

was awarded a top prize for avmng : The judging in the division took Tim Rogers, three shell beans The boy told tne sheriff they charges. i| mendations will be made for ac- i the breaks to big business, he gone- down 41 per cent
,
Angus bull. I place Tuesday and Wednesday jelly and fig MisEtfie 'I drove the car to Jacksonville I Reese said they were driving ;, tion by the Legislature. The re- j I said "If anybody gets the tax" I "Small businesses are going

Other blue ribbon winners for Judges were Mrs. Elizabeth Star- Miner, three preserves shell ; beans then to St. Augustine and back: back to their home in Augusta I ports of the county groups are.expected j break, it's not going to be us. broke twice as fast under the

.heInous types of livestock i bird Putnam County home demonstiation figpl'esl'rves, and blackberries to Jacksonville where they paik-j after having been employed in St to be made by the first I i Pepper said that the Republican Republican administration as flirtdid

were I agent; Miss Lena Stur- Mrs Lawrence Wiggins, tomatot's. ; od it in the woods. Robert was Petersburg He said he was a 1 lof the year. The state council | call letters-OOP-"to me doesn't" under the Democrats," hebarged.

Dairy cattle Jimmy Dyal I gas food conservation specialist picked up by Jacksonville police carpenter.In | will report to the 1937; Legisla- I mean the Grand Old Forty but" I < .
Mrs. Paul Sr..
Dmkins Party. ,
I I from the state home demonstra- last Tuesday Carlos was apprehended ture. I stands for Grabbinest Old
FFA Jersey cow. said that a Repnhhcanattempt
Long
tomatoes Mrs. J. G. Caldwell addition to the fines. Mayor
GIlt hogs Buddy Junes, FFA, I lion office m Tallahassee, and ; this week. j i The procedure for conducting I He charged the Republicans I to refinance the national
Jackson started
and Mrs. Fancher. sweater. to
proceedings
pears
Tamu otth. Jimmy Dyal, FFA, Mis. Paul Dmkins. Bradford Reddish said that Robert has' revoke Reese's Florida driver's I the studies here will be established j with "grabbing" from the farmers debt will cost the taxpayers:
I County home demonstration club Four-I Club girls receiving I at the but it for the middleman and processors
Ihiroo Charlie Crews FFA, i I ac'ued! Carlos of breaking into : meeting today I SSOO.OoO.OOO! a year.
> iikshuv', Harvey Starling FFA. I iwomanNo awards and nbbons for entriesin j the Call Street store, but that permit. !! is expected that committees will '; and grabbing the nation's re- This refinancing schen.-- will
prize money will be given the fair were: Netter Su eat. I be to delve into the different 1 sourses
Chester White.d1O Brown, FFA. the younger toy has denied it I Drivers' ExamsThe named raise the interest ratein the
I uroc' Richard Cain FFA. Duroc. I in the women's division, but Heiltron, blue ribbon on pears; ,, i tax supported units such "Tht y alt grabbing higher interest I market causing the small!

SouT J Mann "' 10'\. Dur- j ubbon.s will be awarded. Top ted on breadbasket and whitetowels C of C Election : Florida Highway Patrol !! as the municipality, schools coun- rates to take the money out I money business to have a hard tUliP in

i>v Bariows Robert Cyrus 4- | prize will be a blue ribbon, second Ion ; Sandra Solano. Heil- this't 'k announced a new : ty government and special districts i iof the pockets of the many and credit the senator said

and Wilbur Andrews ,, a red ribbon and a white | bronn blue ribbon on aprons; i Hearings will probably be I lot ting it flow into the already I getting
H, Yorkshne.; A Starke and Bradford County schedule for drivers' license examinations I "They will be unable to get r relit
FFA. DUJOC I1.bbon for third place. i red on pears and tomatoes and I held and testimony taken from j !satin lined pocketbooks of the "
Chamber of Commerce Board' will be held eery and unable to make a prof: lie
(.Ei. New Blue ribbon winners in thewcmt white on towels; Carolyn Pellum! the officials of these units and Ii few" Pepper said.The .
Chickens Joe Sapp. I meeting will be held Monday to Thursday from 9 a. m. until 5 p. I stated.
Robert Salmon, n's group were: Starke blue nbton on tomatoes interested pal ties.I Republican policies Peppercontinued
hens
Hampshire ; t alert duet'tors to serer dining m. Previously they were held
on
will als be !Vt I b\
I for Hometu "
1 Mrs Tim four ribbons. i and watermelon rind preserves I 1 Attending the Jacksonville mean low prices )ers
' -H. two ribbons for New Hampnne : : Rogers, the next three seals Tiie.sdavs and Thursdays. meeting in ,nd
and i ted ribbon on pear preserves. \trs. I farm products and higher peters( the refinancing deal. Long !
- pullets and a rooster; Cuddy hell peas, tomatoes beets were E. A. Hall I I
: Land.i Cox Starke blue ribbon I Continued on Page Si, : (Continued nn Page y'
Byrd FFA Honakers; rear pre.-eives; Mrs. Paul Dinkins.I Luther Powell. C. R Whitehead. I I I (

Rabbits Tommy EnglanJ I't'ars: Mrs \t. W. Shealy. jelly on towels red ribbon on tutting'board Critical School Situation : Mis. H A. Lawson Mrs Dave I II

!fc'KA, and Fmldie Stephens FFA I Mrs. E L. Cox towels; Mrs. H white ribbon on bread basket Paulk. Walter Sibley. A H. Har- CLOSE BATTLE EXPECTED

Winners oi ted ribbons were: .1 Kiuei.i rochet scarf; Mrs. C and! jewel box: ley Jr Mrs. Manan Howe. E \\'

Beei .'uitle Henry Law son. A Alwu.nl. crochet stole: MisSr.e Charlene Cowart. Heilbronn Seen If Funds Not Boosted : Hayes. Tax Assessor Gene Lcrg i

srade Sldh'XC! \\ m.an j;'',fie .i:v .tlun.iiuiiii, h i"n' Mis Gene blue ribbon on towels, ted on Morgan and Ovid Lewis. !| Tornadoes Roll Over DeLand 27-13

,, .'lot lies. Mrs and Marilyn Cox Other members the Bradford ;
< "'larle, Whlteheail Angil-s hug:). ;Ni; >;Ut.: L.idiens: pears tomatoes; School: Superintendent) Ht! mon (,ram 1 to the teachers and said i of -
F." M ,r m..mil: Mis ., blue ribbon on pillow cases, red | County unit are Andrews i I
'il'l] : lletelmd ven'.inim : : ;: 1\ < i s.up that Guy
MIU; ;: llllan'I.'dnesday painted a picture the County has to pay such
tt:?' I rmifihii1iitu.: .'- \.". r.\ pi kles '!! on pears and tomatoes; Carolyn of Bradford County schools a high millage rate to meet the j j E. L. ..ta'theX M I i To Meet At Stadium Tonight

icnue.' .' 0111 IN?;. H. ii '''I.! A M". ,is woie Mrs Ward. Starke. blue ribbon on ar unable to get trained teachers I Ior Foundation costs because the''' Smith. Carl Johns. Tom :?; !adt Perry

:opr the children with the
... provide amount of money set as Brad
St.uke. blue iibbon on bedspread educational opportuni- fc.id's and R A 'nSO1: ', .'. .. ,.,. ..'. ,
necessary i I shale by the Foundatior T-.f.'."' I' : .' .:;.. Bi'; : >"! < ; i T' I
.Indies nt the IP.! ribbon on dress'ela: Mae t'es if ways were not found toy; formula is not forthcoming from High T.I':..oi 1 ; .1' :.t' BUS M'i) :ud! L'a!.r.". :T.>.- I,. ",' : M :'. ;-

li.t"dhilit- T""ton.. Biooker. blue ribbon on increase revenue for the count}.'s six mills which is the Minin.u-r: Fire Chief Advises :.1 !'i s: :hl' gr.nl! 1 Lr' fr:1I': tink. ;*.= Head I C".ii :i L>'rr.: >: !:, .: ':" )

o'lt it (lit' Kr.id- cookies'M.irv s. hool system.Morgan i Foundation standaid Residents On : t Friday night buT on the deftn.sive ?<,,::11! he is exp t.:._- ,".'

ford ( Hunt I'air Ann Dall}', Starke. blue speaking at the re- I Morgan said it boils down. t. BurningOf the lads coudn't keep a I match. "I dor't loon !'o.' .! '

.. i W'Ttilli.ini ..1.I ntbon on apron: Norma Jean ,, nuest of the teachers to clarify : the fact that the assessments ir Trash And Leaves tubborn Deland eleven from hitting I than a two touchdown .:,. :. ". .'

Pan ash red ribbon on pears: Jc j to them the School's financial I the County are too low He urged pay dirt a couple of times. the coach said. "and : ..:
-- ".\\.-u. left and! I
Ann Green. red ribbon on-cookies situation and tax structure, said i the teachers to help educate the Common sen-e and good neigh When the dust cleared awayBradford tither way:'

\. T. Andrews. Fiances Prescott Brooker white that the school board is now public concerning the situation borlmess should be prai, tic ed when had won 27-13. I Against Deland, theT .; r ,1 j .

( worn is County nbhon on cookies; Claudia Pad- ; the maximum 20 : 'The tax assessor admits it's leaves the ; Tornadoes .
levying mills a I burning during: fall This week the are 'first score came in tr." :: ';II'

bent of l'niun ;::ett. Brooker. white ribbon or |! on property. i; mess" Morgan said. "He inherited t season. Fire Cheif D. W. getting revved up for a contest I quarter as Godwin ran l" "I: 1.
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( aunty and ..1naunty :.pum. and Helen Pick Hampton The bad part of the situation i i a mess and he is reluctant toi I Carpenter said this week.A on the DHS field with a heavy I for pay dirt. Bill! For.-\,, t t.; 'Aas

red ribbon on cake. commit political suicide to clean j jt state law the burn- which has gained .
lrl'a.itJ.nt prohibits Ferry squad lover in the second q> s-te. otter!
Morgan said is that about 12 I i
I
FHA award winners fromBiadford "
( \-'nt: in ; up. >: ing of trash in anything but authorized ]; seasoning m games with some lsz yard run Charles X'Je.e' : : ran
,\la hiu ( High School: were Bob : nulls of the 20 are needed as !i Morgan brought out that the !I containers the cheif con- '! of the state's finest. six for the third tally tvl intj .

'IIunt" bio Jean Oakes blue ribbon on matching funds to keep the County I' teachers in Bradford County are I Iamor.g turned but it is seldom enforced; Last week the Perry men gavea I j final score was made aMike.

4 Here thej inspect die.ssv iftess. red ribbon on party ,Itil in the Minimum Foundation'Program. the lowest paid in the unles( people make a nuisance ofthemselves :; good account of'themseh'es !I Goldwire pounced on ana.: fIn:
;, ? : one of the chick- es... Barbara Thomas blue: rib-' This leaves only eight I' .I
t I !state nfeking it difficult to hire by burning leaves ori I in holding class AA Ocala to a. bled behind the goal b' DeUndi :
+ ;r st t 'n+ during the bon on skirt and blouse; Glenda mills for maintenance, utility bills j trained I
personnel here. He said trash without to their were
regard ,, six point margin as they ,I i 45 yard goal! In- r>n: b.
judcmi; j'rt,cced- Tarker white ribbon on skirt janitorial sen'ices and other ex- that during the past year the ) neighbors defeated 13-7. They have played j Gltd'A'in was called[ b.. k 'r.- ,i iv

ing', Connie. Clemm, ns. red ribbon or. I Lenses.lfnraa. school system in this county The chaff said seveeral com- such teams as Leon, Qumcy and of a penaltyThe

-k.'t; : Lu Green led ribbon orii"n".t ( explained finan.: :!1.: o: scent the lowest amount of money r.iair.ts have been r.'g_=tre.i abou' Orals in gaining a 1'm 3 lassrerrrd I. Deland! scores ..: .- .., ....

.r.iej r. Page s '::1< M.nffiuFuur.ii.it: :..r. P- I.i jn.n the! st.tte :h.>ughfsirash! : burn.n.: In the on'v: game they first ar. 1 last quart'tonge. -:-







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editorialVote AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiI AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, At The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church 'AGE TWO nUB 11' O( TOIlE:P; ''6 19x6>> !I

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Farmer's
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Scivues the Ii
pist weekue .
Kiidax adUlt h"n l 11J.1l"t.t'p. i
under the doer turn of the of
men .
S III : Sunda'\ Surd n -. h""
FOR Amendment Five Sam McGarveyis the church Despite the Tuesday !I.I.-l .
a m. 1l1'I11B._ w ": .n 1 ;
night storm members gathered 1 1a. 'I\i.e.Here ,.nd I Ki-\'it'>t ; j
; let J inl < Ut'e'! (Inc of them usual foi Bible study The I
Ollt' of the m..:-t important issues: to hr) oil said passage 11 a in : youth h'j.\: .:111"; ,. >; "
"l1thUSla.tl'al1"II': just ;; under discussion was the53rd
'!udul( on Eltition: Da.\ \\i\emlwr 0, i. pr"pt.d i> ahout as high in lood value fur chapter of Isaiah. Sunday m : evening \\01 hp: -t'! y. c :!! ,' J

institutional' amendment No 5 dealing wit1!, .. LOWS as alfalfa hay. My cows are morning Rex MtLean of Ke\- study in "Bright Fuu.e: 'J..!!.. J

of the Florida Senate and I II loo: -> so about it almost tone -,
I n apMirtionment| crazy they Height "I' spied: the pul- mi-s.on stud\ hiMil j : 'I i 1'i "
"I' climb the trees after it:' pitf&v n .idit:_ tti' i.t :, .
I lU-presentati\e.s i I Ii : 11 Ii";"- :" ;i' ':i \r.d i: .: ,",
Under its jiro\' .,ion.,. each county in the -t.u-! ... Of course we didn't contiadict tf i.: ./"" 1:' :\1 I.," r .: .. '. i.
... him did take another ,. ,. .. : 'e 3
but we !M etiei! i n I >
each would /
would have one senator ; and county ., 1 1
look at our Morrisons book :" 1 -: '. ;:.. I
han at least one representative and an additional i- ,
Feeds and Feeding a textbookon \ .* i'
for each residents. At the '. .d .. .. I
one 8,000 pres- : i i. iimn stock feeding. Just asH' it'- I
('nt time this would call for G7 senators. and ij.1:;; Dst'ur t'.- I ft ii i \ rn:"?c'r this membered it. Spanish moss i- \i! II

numbers of the house of I RepresentativesAlthough week to :anus ti' [P i>tute l by low in digestible ptote: nut u'-i'The ,

we do not believe this i is the hest oui liciini the !!t. ':1 tlge-grass tables in the book sh) ,',\ ::! r a If

plan, of reapportionment that could be devise it field, and! "nit' |I4'1UIo in the the moss has a nut:ntlvr \ > .> o. { I
\\oxls bark oi tl.t field The .
in
was the only one that trot to first base, and we of 81.3: as compared w !ah!'! ; : :
mower dues a goo,) job but tiiethe .,'
alfalfa Uhe higher l' !
commend! an affirmative vote on it for the. following alter pulling it through some lower the feeding ". slur i \, \ f

reasons : thick growth of tall weeds in According to the book c\tn ,: .' 1.
1)) It will end the recurring problem of reapportionment low gear we wonder about the broomsedge has mote \ LI.' : tlt P\

which, under the present consti other tractors that are supposed Spanish moss. t< \

for review and change to mow in third or high gear also! .
!tilt ion now comes up Of course, we Bleating "
Guess old Katrinka has lost .. k 7 I.
clear-cut SOUK ;,'
and thei.
1'\ cry ten years. It provides a answer it.
I that will work automatically in accordance with of her pep. what they are dOlll;: \\
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deny that they like it 1 1,1;,i: r
population changes. It will put an end to costly .
We in trouble time .
get '
every cording to our book :' u..: :.
\tra sessions of the tate legislature such as the ue work too close to a fence the cows a lot of gnol 1 ter" Fa net:

,me Lust spring where thousands of dollars were This time Sam saw the hunk *

wasted in a futile effort to bring forth a work- (If barbed wire lying out of the Asked a noithein 1 d i I" '

able reapportionment plan. ground but before he could stop who recently located 11.1 i Hi1 5 I' 5I
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'_') The proposed amendment is a workable: the tractor it got caught in themower thorne what he thou> ;; .,t." Rr

answer to the problem of reapportionment 1 It and make believe that dairying here in Floiidi is ,," .S. S I

basis, of population wasn't a mess to untangle! pared with New Yoik >1.:,. /H!,
provides representation on the
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said he liked it better lit'i 11 ; r'
the lower house and representation on the --
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Visited Pat Miller this week,
he ot more money lieu i i-n i II' /
a
basis of geographical units in the upper house:;; ; MODEL
and he had more than his share milk, and that he liKe l !MK ..
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lIch a plan has worked effectively in the Congress of troubles. The night before an mate a lot bettei s r+ IB-ION l WO p(4Ti/fES

almost since the inception of the Nation escaped (convict had stolen his .
.
.".) It is i imperative to the continued well being car while he was at the Lions Lots of birds and labn Lour > ":, #

of the smaller counties that they retain ;a meeting Ito was found wreckedout place again this yea VVt ;.,,, ,. es Big Full-Width Freezer and Chiller T. : ..

voice in the affairs of state. This fight is going by Santa Fe> ; he had just to see the quail as they tint r:

on all over the country at the present time. All had a lot of trouble getting his their peculiar running m tiun. sousI! x< ,- Three Mini-Cube Ice Trays
corn harvested, a cow had hungup ,, .
then stand perfectly still Ii i ping >-
large metropolitan center such as New York her tail on a fence and avoid detection .5 S S Three Full-Width Refrigerator She: .
to
Chicago Los Angeles. Miami, and others. are while we were there. a big gilt % ,t. <.-b'''". ._.,. .Y.ww.. -_._. --. ",-. ?:
struggling mightily to wrest control of their had just broken into his gardenand All of a sudden tool \\cathcris 2 Roomy Vegetable Drawers

respective states from the rural areas. The big looted it all up. Pat had a with ii-s again and it won't )h i. Butter Compartment, Egg Rack
titles glory in their wealth and power, and then wild look in his eyes and he said long now before the snowbirds

:sftk the means of getting the lion's hare of he'd be eating fresh pork will be streaming past our place Comfortable as an old shoe; tliu' 3 Removable end Adjustable Dc-or She!,

taxes, so as to grow even bigger. For a well balanced soon We half expected to hear a on U S 301. heading south to getaway
state, however, it is vital that the small rifle shot as we drove away from the northern i ice and the feeling you ('XI'('. : .. \\lk-n: you haw: .

of snow. Now is the time of the yeas; th ;
counties retain some check on the reins govern Ilal.a, good talk with T. K when the fireplace mmes in moiw in (ho ink. 6<--

McClane Jr., a "\'e..p"of the State handy. "tlr.J'fo
ment.At the present time control of the State Senate Farm Bureau, who stopped off dTop
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provides this check. The G7 senator plan would to see us this week. lie laughedas Speaking *of t all\ the various" WHY NOT: OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AT OUR: a':; .:: :J QUALITY
insure it in the future. For this reason, we urge we recalled our first meeting farm programs some argue that

every Bradford county voter, as well as small with him eight years ago the only way the problem can be BUILD UP A TIDY RESERVE FUND WITH REGULAR LOW PRICE

residents everywhere, toote FOR He was our County Agent then solved is by taking off all controls -
county and we told him we knew noth- DEPOSITS? THERE'S NOTHING QUITE LIKE ....Jw; .
Amendment No 5 when you go to the polls on and subsidies and lettingthe HOME OF
atom but thought
ing farming farmer sink 01 swim They don't MONEY IN THE BANK!
November 6, 0
we could earn our living at it. know what
thev'ie talking about:
he just about gioaned Now eight The little farmer has been doing

It Makes Sense years later we know why that for a long time and his only

hope is by getting rid of the pie-
Heard a couple of cattlemenfrom sent administration which shrugs
Another important} question before our voter
down state talking recently him off
by teaming him in-
on Election Day ithe proposal for countywide
about the value of Spanish mossMAXVIHE efficient.
fire protection as provided through the installation : V

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of fire Control Unit l.nge crowd from Maxvillemend
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It is significant that the proposal wind ed the game Next' week Baldwin FLORIDA BANK STARKE

would cost the County $::1.99)<) annually (but r I v ill plav St Joseph's :leadenly.there. G. J. MCORIFF
and the following week Member Florida National
matched with federal and state funds of $21: l,. Grnup ,

000)) is favored by three organization in tbcounty lly :.Mrs. (', n. :NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I will: be with the Baldwin Bolles Shcool homecominggillie We MtArO GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

which draw their membership fron I lope the boys will gain a winning Slaike. FloridaIT'S

among the farmers and small woodland operators It teak now ..
MiMi: fl.gginbn'hini 1tUl'n..1 ('- --
: The Farm Bureau the Cattlemen's Asso- to ..Iu'ks"I1'ill.1'lIn.I: \' Mr and Mr- Elbert Brownannounte
and the Bradford Soil Supervisors 1 If the arrival of a S 7 _
ciation. son '''' _
morning with lion looks to spenda .. __',
they favor it, as they have by public resolution week with her bi othei'-in-law and on Sunday Oct. 21. at their home ; .,

then we feel that it must be in the best interest si:.'er, Mi. and Mis Lyle Sihmehls hrre. it 11:45 A. M The young Ic- "j"
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of the county as a whole. and daughterMr -.-... '- .. ...
both i mother and baby are doing
The $3990 cost to the county :'l't'msm.tU and Mis D. B Griffis andnaughter n ely.

indeed when consider the importanceof and Mr and Mis Henry Mr
we stop to and Mrs Drew Wilkinson
the of Bradford County Griffis and daughters were visitorsin visited in Jacksonville
in
\\ (){ economy Saturday
Jacksonville aftemoonThe .
Our IIWOOO: :; acres of forests bring close toa Maxville Sunday Civic Club will with their son and daughter-in-
million dollars to the county annually, and with law. Mr and Mis Earl Wilkinson.
hold its regular meeting on Friday -
duc'to 0..T. Rafuse is still a patientin
.stepped up production fire protection night Co2., at S o'clock in 1.'s- _. -
this amount could! be increased by 50; per cent 01 the club house All members are Mrs a Jacksonville. hospital. ..:: ,

more. i I, urged to attend and all parties interested Ed Hirns.Irthur1'ilkinson and thildrenisited and Mrs HERE! ---i COME SEE !
Ma\\ille
in interpolating
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Everyreader must remember the ravages with Mr and Mrs J. C. Nolan
that our woodlands suffered last spring from: art' urged to attend and family Wednesdav

raging forest fires that destroyed thousands of :s.iiml.isdiiMil Party A claw in Adult Education is .. .. .. .

dollars worth of timber, burned fences and buildings The Intermediate girl's class of being held each Thursday night
the Maxville Baptist) Sunday School nom 6 p.m. until 10 at the
p.m.
and threatened the homes of many
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even entertained at the home of Miss Baldwin High School. Typing and D1t[
landowners. Fires also present a serious high-
.
Jt> \nn Parrish lav Siturdiy night bookkeeping are being taught andif
way hazard One especially; bad blaze threw up a with a patty in honor of :Miss enough are interested they hope

curtain of smoke that oucurl'd'isibilih' on congested Jewel Higgmbothin who is leaving to start a class in industrial arts ....h. '. ". .,.... ....>>.. .. 5 ,.> .yv' .5. @ra'LMYyr yrw
U.S 301. leading to several serious,; acci- their lass and entering the soon. h. '

dents. 1'llllnprople's Class Games Mrs Buford Higsmbotham has

were enjoyed throughout the evening been ill at her home here for
4 remember
And here's an important thing to ::
after which refreshments several
days.
Adoption of a fire Control Unit will NOT affect
were served byIrs.: Dorothy Mr. and Mrs Bob Nolan and
the right of any landowner to burn off his own Water. class teacher. and Mis son of Se'iJe'isit..d! Sunday with

pioperty. He has this right Under existing state D J. Parrish. About 2;i ioung Mrs Hattie Nolan and family.

law and there i is nothing in the fire control people enjoyed this on'asionMir. "11'. an.1Irs.: Lomr.e Harris

proposal; that would change this law. Karl Cannon returned Saturday and family spent Sunday in Jacksonville

in all fire control unit would seen to from the Kiptist Memorial with Mr and Mrs J. W. ,
All a e A .rt :. W" B_ ', L, '! .
Hospital in Jacksonville where Denmark and family They also
in
offer Bradford County a bargain many ways
she underwent sUl'g"'I"'t' are visited :Mrr. Delia Denmark and
and we firmly believe that a vote FOR a fire glad that she is getting along "11'. and Mis Earl Wilkinson and

control sounder unit on November economically G will secure be a Bradford vote fora mcelvMr son.Due IT BREAKS THE PATTERNS OF THE PAST !

more to
the
and Mrs: J. C. Nolan and storm last Tuesdaythe
County. rhildien were guests of Mr and Maxville School children enjoyed -

)'il'srthllr Wilkinson in Jacksonville a'I't holiday They also

Feudalism 'Efficient' last Wednesday night. had a holiday on Friday when the
was teachers had .
Mr and :Mrs Lacey Brown of a day of planning.We

Starke were guests of Mr: and are sorry to learn that Dan
"In ;II 0 years this will be just like Europe Mrs Lonnie Harris and family Groves is ill again Mrs Groves .

nobility -- all big farms passed on from fatherto and Mis Julia Griff last Saturday had to take him to a Starke

son" This recent comment In a young North doctor Sunday ,

Dakota farmer sums up one ot the most dangerous Mr.: and Mrs James Waters Mr and Mrs C. B Nolan and

trends in American life today, and a trend and family of Law lev and Mr sons had as their guest last Friday -

that apparently has the blessing of Secretary f ?nd Mrs E. 1) Higgmbotham morning :Mrs: Nolan's brother- : ..,,. ... :.
and sons werests of Mr and in-law. Lynn A. Ward of Hastings. = =
Agriculture Ezra: Taft Benson, and even Presi :Mrs Buford Higsunbotham lastSun.lay :Mrs Oscar Wilkinsvr.1TS.. THE'57 CHEVROLET

dent Eisenhower himself Gilbert Brown and :Mrs E. D.

America was first settled and then built b.v (".IrIl it al evening IWponed Higgmbotham were visitors in

the blood sweat, and toil of its independl'n'tfamily Hue to wet grounds, the Ma\- Jacksonville last Wednesday
cold-blooded! Re The Baldwin S'hool11
farmers. Hut today. the rule School Hallow'n Carnival hold

publican.endorsed! squeeze between lower price will not be held ."Friday night, its annual Halloween Carnival on Qiciroh-t tikes a daring! departure for '57.; This is the urn car that {!'H''i
and fixed costs is driving such farmers, but h. been Thursday night Nov 1. from
many is postponed until alater '
socially young ones, off the land! In Bradford date. 5:30: until 9:30: p.m. The public 13 ('m Ill one Ix-ltcr' Bull furl injection nilh Ml ruw ideas in d{.si}!n Clll'I'J ()JJ 7'

County. for instance, the number of farms has Mr and Mrs C. E. Wilkinsonind invited to attend.O11i in /.* //'"< in tiulumntic ,fritin(5. smvt, numtlt and sa ss\. .'

det-lined trom 70S in 1930; to 017 in 1934 (date family and Mr andft s (;.KOK.It UTivr ( HI'K('II
nt the last census) l.y now. the total would be Kyle Cannon were business \1'! ,'- Chevrolu] is the place where new ra.., ig clear up to 2t-).* A f'ill'-

less than 600.Meanwhile. lots in Jacksonville Mond.n. Sunday school. 10 a. m : morning ideas jrrow. And what a crop of tional new "face" in which bunijx! m
l.tt.l\\ill
the barons of agriculture the Our Baldwin lane" (boys:ante lost worship service, 11 a. m: them .this year! .Fuel injection and grille are styled as a siiigl-; .
another
great landowners and the vast corporation farm; battle Friday night at Ma.clennv song service j p.m.: eveningworship a brand-new Turbo lide autounit.. Dozens upon dozens of oth r .
&en'ice. 7:30 ? .. .
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hike: over more and more: of our soil. The "s' home coming game with aMOie meeting 7pm. p.Wednesday.prayer matic transmission (optional at brilliant touches including smaller! : c' ; .., ; ,

I Republican administration has actually encouraged of 40 to 7. :Miss PaN Rev Bob'-'y Collins pastor. Everyone extra cost) with Triple-Turbine ll-mch wheels. It's an idea year .- .;' ..

this trend with the claim that the giant Davis was irowned Queen i57 welcome.THE take-off. A full range of ,fire potent at Ch -\'i'uk-t and you'll want tl j ,. : :; ;t

farmers are more "efficient and the little ones engines, with horsepower options sample! them all : ': -' : :'::e' ::rOn
iZSt5- c;?. <;?c;?:;?0 0c----------- :
QQOOOooo b o l5b c
.'an get the heck out.

Efficient or not. 'the important fact. it seemsto .

us. i is that the trend toward fewer and bigger BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH /y/ran iri ,1 (.7"wld' ,j"I/ I' ,Jj\1'loy tin* famous traJ'-marl
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farms :strikes a hard blow at American democracy ORID, EST. 1879FLORIDA'S
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Irs the kind of trend that saw the greedynobles ,r- OLDEST WEEKLY NCASt : .
of Europe centuries ago. squeeze out
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COSTINOUSLYUNOER
independent yeomen of those lands and which r*. A

; in Russia l and satellite countries has virtually 4rtnY THE SAME" MASTHEAD RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO.
. PUBLISHED
EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEArD AS SECOND
CLASS
free and farmer
w iped out independent MATTER" AT THE PCST OFFICE 1.1 ST"RKE, FLORIDA UNDER
' It might be nioie vnuuV"! tl:.?* wav but :there THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879.

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VVTVTV.r.VvvVVVVVVVVVV i Morris Ruskin Jr and family weekend with her parents, Mr. Mrs Alouise Morns of Seville!! end( Mrs. Charley Dmkin< Miami ---- ----- ----- .
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; The Burney Dobbs family and and Mrs. TV.. Tatum. The Tat- were Sunday dinner guest; of Mr Mrs Hora.e dx. Mr .nd -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson and her back :Mrs. Morris. TO THE THRIFTY MILLIONS WHO HELPED
\ urns earned on Sunday and Bobby I Mis. Werner Dolnig, Mrs. Lee MAKE{ OUR 97tS

|son all of Jacksonville. afternoon. j Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Cotton, Miss Adel Dinkins, andMr. ANNIVERSARY A HUGE SUCCESS. I i

Uy Mrs Jojce T. Futch j Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott, Mr. and Mrs. FranK sweat and' and son. Donald and Mr. Teston's and Mrs. Casey Dinkins :indstn.

and son of Gainesville were Sun- son, of Jacksonville spE'nt'the father. J. B Teston. were week- all of Jacksonville: Mr. and to 1 1)). 1)) 0 !
NAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAfethOdi1t day dinner guests of Mr. and weekend with Mrs.: Sweat's parents end guests of Mr and Mrs R A :Mrs Paul! Dinkins ot St Au- I I

llomt''mning j Mrs. Carl Hilliard. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter Melton :n Ocala; and Mr and! gustinv. ;and Mr .l11d11''' Char- c ,i =_ ; i

The oldest member of the Law- j Miss Mary Ann Motes, who is' Mr.: anj Mrs.: James Griffis! Mrs. E .1 Tynei ;in Sant'.!rd :' .- L>mk n, iiii :tan.ilv:: ?'t StaikeTru flF

fey t Methodist "church, Mrs. Charles | attending the University of Flor-I were business visitors to Jacksonville Mi .ir.-l Mi.P L Dinkin-. : \ ill rtt'i.de.i: t lit. in 'nung at i i I la l ib I

Dinkins of Jacksonville who ida, was the weekend guest on Saturday. had! a" Kiir-tJ- lu: ny :'c'! :.eei\- .u Meini'di.v' your ii "-1. Sunday!

Ls &9. was among the number of ; grandmother, Mrs Effie Miner. )[r, and Mrs. Otis Brewer and ,, !
ml ", { town persons attending I J I Mrs. Will Edwards of Jackson- family visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert ; -- -- -,. _- '_ .... .t. -.. I

Homecoming ,u the church last I jville spent Sunday afternoon with Lee in Green Cove on Sunday' I
LOWEST !
ISunaax Fred B. Noble of Jack- the Fred Moore family. Mrs. Paul Bennett and daughters i'

on1'.lIt wavy the guest speaker on I The Ed Carter family spent were Saturday overnight PRICED' / tl LOW PRICED A&P'S FRESH '

...... ,> 4sum,, and Kev. Troy | Sunday in Jacksonville with their guests of the J. J. Smiths :n
WakeueiU! ul! Gainesville! is the Starke,
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new grandai hter. Darlene Elaine
from out of I l r; BIG COLORTV
those
pastnj Among Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crawford a. t
and
town attending: were Rev. I Robert Myers. Mrs. Myers was and family spent Sunday in Keystone INSTANT COFFEE2oz
Mr.
Mrs C B North: of Waldo. the former. Annie nee Carter. with Mr. and Mis. Len /
Nelson! Blacker and ; I
ana Mrs j Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton Brewer.
sons, Mrs M.ittie Miley, Mr. and (| spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Milton Claike of :Ma. !lenn\

M> Howai i Miner and son. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner in Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard II t-

ana Mr John Roberts, all Per-of i Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch visited ris of Jacksonville visitt-d! flit 2-oz jar 49c 6-oz jar $ 4.29
Jai Ksonviitr Mr.s. Bynum family on :Sat;
their son, Lamar, at Hope D. B. Thomas
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Hallie
)Irs
'II' Haiiipton ANNIVERSARY
kin i Haven on Sunday morning. Mr. urday. r ietntrWOe
Augustine -
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of St.
Jones -tno daughter I[ and Mrs. Jimmy Crews of Jacksonville Mrs. Mary Reddish anll11': 1859 19S6
Roberts of Hastings, I r
ZacK visited the Futch family Hefferon had as Sunday guests =-- -_ -
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Mrs Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Eva Godwin of Starke. Mrs -- -- : = -
Vernon Sil< '>x and son Mrs. J. I C. Mos-
Mis. S.
and
Lou Norman
| Mr. and Mrs. T. L. WainWrighthad
Leon
Mrs.
\\ Andrew Sr ,Starke and Mr. and has Sunday guests their son. ley and daughters of Heilhronn. @ SWIFTS PHEIH'IIOIED: : : "SUPER-RKJIir:\ : : ; "* FULLY
Moorer all! ot and son ;| Jack and his fiance Miss Carol Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crew-
Jr.
Mrs Georgi' Roberts [I Barrow, of Waycross, Ga.I and family had as Sunday guest
and Mrs. "
Mr.
and
01 tJamebIII., .. of Heil-! COOKED
the 1. G. Crews family
and son ..Waldo..). Becauseof Mrs Luther Hilliard and children HAMS 45'SWIFT'S
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Starr bronn Mr. and Mrs. Louie Crews
the ilmner was served in and Alice Adair were shop- iheAldrkh.MaI
rain : -
Sellersand
and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
School rooms. :ping in Jacksonville on Saturday. groined,
1 hogony
the Sunday family of Starke the J. T E I
Brandeis called Mrs. Sarah Kirby, of Starke, I or limed oak
Evangelist Don and Mai klee Padgett families of : finishes. PREMHM: i FANCY
He will ] is visiting St. Clair Griffis fami- i grained
I on (friends here Monday. Clay Hill, and the Clifton Sellers 'Model 21CS781.

I AUchua conduct a Oct.revival 23 through meeting Nov.at I ly.D. R. Stone, who was formerely family The of Rowell Saxton.Prevailfamily I $495.00 S SLICED BACON utpk' 49c

here to at- 1 employed by Uatliff Chevrolet
[ 4, and invites everyone I visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Silcox of I
I Co. in Staike, has accepted a I
tend. Heilbronn on Friday evening. ,
of Fairbanks, Alas- 'position with Groff G. M. C. Rev and Mrs. Ralph E. Wells -
Floyd Kemp ; -==..,.,. PER-RK.HT"( :
Trucks
ka spent the weekend with his in Jacksonville. and family of Jacksonville attended YOl( N(, TENDER)
III.ill be j Mrs. Lois Tucker of Jackson- Smbrf" at RCA V'octor
P. Kemp. services at the Woodlawn
stationed fatherV now at Ft. Knox, Ky. !'i'ville visited the Earl Testons on Baptist Church on Sunday. Rev. I NOW-PUT WORLD OF THE COLOR EXCITING TV INTO NEW, Compatible Coku tettv uon Ib
hada Sunday. SLICED S E
Mr and Mrs. Milo Smith Wells was the speaker in the absence LIVER E 19c
Sunday guests Junior Crab- I Miss Charlotte Tanner of Jacksonville of L. P. Rafuse who is a YOUR HOME AT LOW COST | Black-and-white Color
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tree and family of Wooster, Ohio. spent Thursday with her patient in the Hospital. The RCA Victor Aldrich brings you 2:t .- -. -
Meda Thompson of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luelle Tan- of Jack- Coloi"picture.
Miss
Wainwright
anti Mrs. Belly quart inches of tieicable "Liting
Starke. nl'r. She, with Miss Beverly son'ille'isited her uncle and .color that's real,natural! Seea u

Mr and Mrs Jim Starling ofMartennv Knowles of Jacksonville, I left Fri- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwright demonstration of dependable Big Color<> ; y A&P BRAND
visited Mr. and MrsRuddy ', day night for Asheville, N. C. to last weekend.Mr. TV. See how easy it is to tune! Come G FROZEN FOOD
visit friends. Bio; Color TV receives shows
,
Starling at the H. C. Har- ; and Mrs. Charley Miles and in today I llack-and-white Its
In too.
j Steve and Harold
last Sunday. Starling were family of Lake Butler, were Sat- 2 in IIA A&P CUT GREEN; : :
le\ home attending to business: in Cocoa Mrs. L Far t'HF'JHF-VHF' tuner optional,edra. like having sets 9.O1.'I'!) FRENCH: FRIED !>-OZ()

( after-Smith Mr :and Mis. Jesse J. Smith '!'on Juanita Monday.Fanning of Holly Hill P.urday Rafuse evening and guests daughter of, Joan >1 about the( tt Ji/iiV* RCA Victor Factory Strvx Contract BEANS 2 for 29c POTATOES 2 far 25c

marriage of their The Leon Starling familvM! -
announce the I is staying with her
Car- uncle and of Mr. and Mis. Gen; Shu
to Allan guests
'laughti-i i.>ram ,of Qumelle;Mr. and Mrs. Ed Car-I and aunt,has Mr.entered and Mrs.the Jeff fifth Prevail ford during the weekend .U.P FRENCH: CUT !tt) OA&P ORANE( :

t.-i,iii day The evening wedding m took Folkston place Sat-Ga. I in The school. Warren Boawrightland grade burg Ronald, S. C.Kimbrell is slaying of with Spait.m-hi' TV ServiceAll BEANS 2 for 29c JUICE 2 for 49c

Their attendants were Mr. and : daughter Mrs. uncle and aunt Mr. and MM!1 .
Commodore --
Edwin Padgett. Earl Mosely, and is a student in _-_---._ ---'- --- -
Mrs
h.&P
Crews and her -
of j daughters, spent the sixth giade.Mr. --- -- -
Miss FrankuWainwUg'.it i Sunday with Commodore -
Crews in .
and Mrs. Jamie: Walker k-i1
Jai ksonville! spent Thursday night Tallahassee.Mr. | \ WEIH.i( ; CUT CHEDDAR
j I -
j for N. C
Saturday Ridgeville. Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
cousins, Misses --
and Friday with her and Mrs. Jack Crawford j
: Joy Ann and Baibara Starling. I and family ,'isitf'dIr.; and Mrs. where they will visit relatives Dependable I 8-oz Jane Parki-r CINNAMON( or
Equipped
Eugene Robert, and Nancy Fully --- pkg c
Hamiltonwere
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Erwin Muse in MILD
shopping in Jacksonville on i Sunday. Jacksonville last cousin.Waldron Harriett, of Staike Waldron, visited, Saturday Iheit- J I I All Makes and Models I CHEESE 17 SUGAREDDONUTS

Wednesday.Those j Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams !- and Sunday.Mr. .
the hospital at this ,

time are:in Mrs. John Brown, in I i JMr*. O.of j.Jacksonville Bovette of Valdosta Mr.! and and daughter. and Mrs.have Marvin moved McKinney to Jack CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV PICKLE

Bradford County Hospital; Perry i and Luther I
Williams
.
of Staike.jwere
sonville.! The Dick Anderson fami-
New-some in Alachua GeneralHospital i weekend guests Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone i it'p cKLis
the
in Of EdjDurbans. ly of Highland has moved into jar
and L. P. Rafuse I
; i I They all attended the their home. 239 Starke, Fla. 2T
Doctors Hospital. Methodist' Homecoming- Sun- I
Miss Estelle Green of Jacksonvillc. -

Drew Mrs.Reddish Fred and Moore son, of and Starke.Mrs. day.Miss Elizabeth I spent the weekend! with OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY I Box of 72 4 AcSTAFLO

with Mr. and MrsS. Tatum of the' her mother Mrs Bill Green I A&P -01'R FINEST QUALITY1i.li
Thursday Um'erslIof '
spent. D. Andrews in Wildwood. Mrs Florida pent the :Mi) and :Mrs! Leslie Abbott: and | : : .i' :_ :. :.. _.- 4'.>i ..- -. ..

Andrews and Debbie came home I : I cans '
with them for a visit. Mr Andrews I APPLE SAUCE 2 29c
__
came for his family on .__.

Sunday.Mrs. 2 MORE DAYSFRI.BRADFORD a SAT.
Edwin Starling and fami I.JQI'mSTARCH Jane Parker (HOCOLAI:

ly visited Mr. and Mrs. N. N j I

Thomas in Starke last Sunday \
Mr. and ;Mrs. R. B. Souther ( i qt. CHIFFON

land and the Ernest Raulerson '| COUNTYfREN'OQKS i 19C
family spent Sunday with Maik-

alee Raulerson in Branford CAKE E
The Junior Wilkerson family of STA-FLO 1.I1l'1II.! I II
Maxville were Sunday guests ot

the Winton Parrish familv.
Mr and Mrs.! Carl Hilliard are z gal

visiting their son-in-law and) I 3Sc Large Ring 43c
daughter. Mr and Mrs. Earl! !Stulint '

-, in I.ikcland.Mr .
>- Bill Riiyster and d-nigh X PREMIUM I '
s
'i rs in' .lai-k.simville. an.I Mt'- err

I'n-\\\ Ri-ddi-h and son of :Stu-ti-: ; 1-lb
vi-.r :Satnid.-iv' guests: of !II. ..iniMis f 'H IBTSr SALTINES 15crHESTlIOXT

T L C\isey.Mi I DELICIOUS(
.11,1! Mrs!! G. \\'. Durham 01' N
r
,
i. k.v?'ivilli> visited Miss !1-:1.:! '; r _
iJ
h.-h! 'IVtiv: Sunday: afternoon .if.! 1 ICE

h 1 tot; .iiiciiiUiJ.1 Homecoming .\1 SHORTENLM' t
the M.'Um.imt Church. FLO

MissKhz.iln.th Terry attcmlt DEXO 79 R
a shower for her niece lIssHetth' CREAM
I
> Stn.kland. in GainesvilU II I
SO lb
:last Krui.uevening Miss Stivk-l! bag $3.79Ann
ANN PACE;
.
land. daughter of Mr.s. Claudia I

Joseph Strickland Edward will Bason be married of Free-I". I,I I EXHIBITS PORK & 11112 gal ctn. 69c
i
page Tomato
hoUl, N. J. in November. I j BEANSI /
Marvin Warren of Jacksonville
for
and Mrs. Warren, who is attending I -- 2 KETCHUP 19c

Florida State University in _
-
Tallahassee, spent the weekend ( '

With Mr. and Mrs. J. E. WarrenMr t! y- i "' -
and Mrs. G. W. Johnson .
I .
and Mr and Mrs. Tuten of Madison I IS Ia'
f and the Shirley Jnhnsun, : /r: 1 : ,' I k I fi YORK OR JONATHAN

family attended a farewell iliii- '. "

ner honoring Harold Johnson at } h' -. .; I'IIIZES' APPLES '-" bag
the home of Mr and Mrs ..hmJ..hn."on i\ .< 35c

.
on Sunday. Harold :'- Ij \1 I IJ.
entering the Army in the n. I u! .- 4 --. '-- .a-3, 4 -

future. --- -- .f : w" JURY SWEET 11.ORANGES.:\. .
The J.II11I'S'alt'rs family 'I". < n' {. ,
:Sunday' afternoon with Mr ,"d
SHOWING -- LIVESTOCK POULTRY GRAIN Doz.
Mrs Dtiford Higginbothaiu irML HOMECRAFTS -
lScl
: \\ i He.M &

and Mrs. W. Fred M, .- SCHOOL PROJECTS COMMERCIAL '\
.-,,10"J.l H. Mm>re in R,", I k.'iitir .- -- PRODUCTSFUN

( ; :-:h.I.IRest home in ti; i :;.' t \ \

\ .It': ":1 Sat unlay.H .

H<". Mrs. Edgar WII: -;- .- FOR ALL LOTS OF
!,'.,1 nidrcn spent Satuni-iv: r. RIDESLET'S SEEDLESS Ib

:1.'4:r -.\ .Ili! Mrs. W. R. Wilk t :- GRAPES 1Sc

in I'.r.i'.k.iM, .inj: Mrs. Robeit Ctrl: ." BUILD! A BIGGER AND BETTER FAIR EACH YEARXKW

edit n tof Jacksonville att,-.d,-dthe FRESH
hnth.i.iy dinner for M 1: < :METHOD I I.KANEUS: "UlTIY'S"HI f

Kr.nk en:. ,. at the Cru.'e h.>-::, ) : PETE (i FKI.OS

1:1 SundayMr. SUKKENTO) :: ( ITALIAN IIESTAIKANT: : UOHERT'S JEWELRY STORE GREEN BEANS lSc
-i'-.i! Andeis h.t! i L 15 I RED
\ Mrs O. ALYAREZ STANDARD (iAS;:: STATION(
ON: ::01: ] :N OF STAKKEE
:
Kii-i.iy: night guests M-<
JohnuJk\ '1'; and children 1",1! 1 \\. HAYES KEAI.TY{ COUNTY COMMISSIONER( ELECT

as Si'.uid.v! g tests Mr. and M < THE: TKAH.: UKSTAIKANT. LAWTEY HAROLD K. NORMAN J
Char':, J.ukc\ "
s Strinhouser of
1.U; KS1)ALE] DEPARTMENT: : : STOKE; :
\'In MERRILL G.; :MCMILLAN.REilSTEREI : .
..NNn ....... .... --q.. F -.
**r. :\" 1 Mrs Glenn \\' i iiAirr rruNiTriiE co.) (; : ) LAND SURVEYOR:

> .t "lid s '; .-,,- ju.ksonvi-: ; :!,' v :MIJ I 1. \ I n\\l IS '
Wrclh'd< j J' i. Kim !IN 11. PEC: 11'l( I..I'WOOI'DTIlBEH I'IUt KS: IN THIS AD EFI'K:( Tl\ K
guests of the Troy: -
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e ..
Mr: n-ul Mrs Arlie Pobi!'<, I PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE ENT RANCE ON NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE mg THROUGH( SATURDAY OCT. 27 -.u. YwW .INY.$ r4. .1
M: Mrs ". '
... ,Willie p > < Starke. Fia.'RID. I
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PAGE rom BKADFOKIt COUNTY nUG: irll. STAKKE, FLORIDA ._.u __
IIiIlJ \\ (UTOr.KK'ii.: : ;.

I 1111" II I r" : PlansAnnounced Ct.i.itv: d Itl't t
Wedding Panel Discussion Held mention in Jaikson- Haller. .
\.1';- thIS \\eek Celebrates
For By High School PTAA Hear that That's all foi now See Y'II Birthday Cub Scout Pack 70
Gladys Bundy.
in the next .
Janice Reddish daug'hter11 Mrs L. T. Johns, was I Ii Dannitte Mayso celebrated hi:" Cub S.qi' Pa K 7" '. .
panel discussion on "Youi sixth birthday Ol' .
lo .
with
recently elected I .
i! a representative .Its: regular! monthX-: .' ."
: :
You" the highlight 1"\\111.\ KKf.MO.V < u
School and was party at his home
I
to the Student on Washing1' :1
j Council .
of Florida
r tht llet!i"dist Ronta: .i
of last Thursday night'shigh Christian The descendants of the Bryant Avenue. t
led byTnom.is College in Tampa where ; ::..g.n )I"hb0.( .. t L"'I 7
I"t.I" S.-hool PTA meeting chair- he's a freshman majoring in ed- : Shaw fa1'l1ly111 hold their an- Dannitte reI rived m.ir.v; r.M' p. in .\w.udu! I'.i i h' i.kit '. >

Gladys Mooty L. Casey program uiation Lee Darby and Josie '' nual reunion on Oi>t. 2> at the gut from his Is gut .' .- .vi':: lo:1: .

:>i in Sapp had their tonsils lemovedn New Hope Baptist Church on the MiJ r laur.aion .,, .
Phone 35 consisted of student: ;; assl;':trl;:I n Pt7.. r in+ !.v :us "It. i
The panel Bradford highwav between Laiiosse ar.ijBio.ikei :Mi.M.i: .
Hospital last \ -l ,
Friday .n'm .
: w hI '
r f wit !ct!! >: tne !' "r'i.! P.IPI;" Mei
discussed
I I' I' II I F and! leathers who of students John and Lynell! i Dodd i S.lPP.'ho : A PI'I1.h'h:: -,.::! bi :.,.'!'_ 1' .>: I.. :: >> ',v.'! -c', ..
the patents the importance I wedded last week, have set\'ld.!
rented
Mrs. Sparks Displays Annual 1U taking the required sub :cats!
Meeting the Vining cottage on West
I II.LL
< t-; for college entrance or other Madison -
je The Vernon
Cios I
Dried Held In Brooker
ArrangementsAt By '
i fields they plan to enter after bys have recently moved to 749
!
Garden Club MeetM !New River GroupThe gi aduation. S. Orange St. FLORIDA WOODLANDS-

I Beecher \V. Payne, principalgave Lt. Claude Johns Jr. is currently -
1:: S r. Sparks a person I annual meeting of the New a talk on school evaluation attending a 12-week of NEED PROTECTION FROM FIRE

\.t l-lt.ts'1, in dtlt'j arrangemt'nts,1 I River Association WMU was .. !, This is the year for Bradford fiter-mtelligeme school at Sheppard -

i "lulii' trd! l ,t workshop and dis-I held at the Brooker Baptist i High to be evaluated.Mrs. AFB, Wichita Falls. Texas

:,.,,red l ininv beautiful Church on Friday, Oct. 1I, with I I 'i1. R. V. Chapman, president After graduation In January

of inut! ; at the October meet- Mis. Emma Lamoreaux, president i explained the PTA membership he'll be permanently assigned as

.HK! .i! the Staike Garden Club in charge of the programIn >.. contest. A prize of $100 is to be intelligence officer with the ;6th

Mnrui.tjv.- an impressive ceremony the given to the class having the Fighter Interceptor Squadron at'

'II!'. Sparks had teen working following officers were installedLy 1 highest percentage of parents at- Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton. :

-,Iii e t-ailv summer on many of I Mis. C. n. Stalling and Mrs. tending through March. Devo- Ohio He and his bride will I

'.!:., arrangementS; which were dis- I H. H. Mutt: President, Mrs Emma i tional was given by the Rev. :spend; a two weeks Christmas ;
Lamoreaux Vice president, ii and the tc vacation with
f'laved Among the materiaU ; Lacy Conway pledge Claude's parents +;
used fur these exotic I Mrs Wilson Green; Young I'eo'1.lc's i the flag was led ty Joseph G. at the State Farm i

:rents were dried arrange-I director Miss Helen Hames: Wood r rI Wayne Kinneywas host at a LEGEND
Secretary-Tieasurer, Mrs. L. L .., .
f iowen; from along the roadsides, dance in the Parish House last
Dyal; Community missions, Mrs I I Ii last 40 jTATUSOFCOl'MYFMoht '';- t (0', 'iJ_ :
ungus from trees, driftwood, of Alpha Men's Class Friday night for young '
Mr and Mrs George Reddish ,
.Auotts roses sea fan, and skelet- Deletes Carmichael; Mission friends Shellie Hall, and Edna t.ow FRcnCH:: mrnI '
Mrs. S. F. Stewardship Heilbronn Springs announce the i I
Sparks EntertainsVives
study ;
onized magnolia leaves. Many of i i and Bubba Wells assisted his ,

,these arrangements will be on Mis. James A. Guff: engagement and approaching Fry I mother, Carolyn Redgrave in j I ..T'r".t -."....\.,.'", r7771
of their daughter, Janice With Burger
Mrs. Francis marriage
chairman
...ah' at the tlub's Christmas Store I Prayer serving the guests Teary
Louise, to Robert Leslie Mc- I
Beard Children's home, Mrs.
; Dea Duke celebrated
her 10th
.n December and are on displaynow
Clellan, of Mr. and Mrs. L. Men's Sunday School 1 I
Florida B.ildlee; Training school. son The Alpha ,
at the home of Mrs. Sparks. : milestone with a weiner roast and
t M. McClellan of Lawtey. the First Baptist Church ,
Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Class of
Mrs H. A. Lawson, president. top party at her home in Pine i I t
conducted the business meeting I Mis. William Thirlvu-11 gave ar The wedding will take place at i; entertained their wives at a hamburger haven last Friday night Barry : t of Florida's pine timber growing; counties

where it was announced that the I interesting:; talk on "Aims for the Heilbronn Baptist Church on ::' fry last Friday night at i Smith observed his 9th at a':' already have Fire Protection as shown by this 4j .
Advancement." Saturday evening, Dec. I, at 7:30 the home of Mr. and Mrs. RandalF. Satur-i: map.
neetings will be streamlined by ,! St. neighborhood party last ,
o'clock. A reception will follow Chitty on West Madison
having .til committee reports j day afternoon in Saratoga Height-:
: the ceremony at the home of the The back yard was decorated! :
executive board Circles Hold I a :a
made at the Baptist And in the adult depart-
t bride's parents, Rt. 2, Box 103, j with colored ballons and hanging Other Counties
II now showing: interest in Fire
meetings only. Members answered I ment 20 friends of Blanche
roll rail by telling what theyj-!-1 Meetings On TuesdayThe Starke. issued j I IXo apples which were used in Jim the Vaughn gave a birthday pal ty in i Protection are: ((1)I ) Suuannee ((2)) Lafajette ((3): )
invitations being Prizes won by
are contributing: to the Christmas I are games. were !i her honor last Satuidav flight at Dixie ( I) 'ilchri.st; ((3): ) Bradford ((K i) Putnam
Circle of
Dora Alderman !: but all friends and relatives of i ii Chasteen, Marybeth Carter, La-
!store It was announced that thedub the First Baptist Church met' the couple are invited to attend. !' vern Outlaw, Ronald Griffis, and !the home +ot P.'ggan,1 I Kobbii ((7) Citrus (S) Sumter: ((9)!)) Hernando ((10)) Pasco| ;;

will again man the Fish Pond ; Tuesday afternoon at the homeof i Maxie Carter. Movies were taker | ((11)) I'olk ((12)) Iire\ard ((13)) Charlotte ((11)) '

booth at the Hallowe'en Carnival I I the Chairman Mrs. H. A. Law- Mrs. Tetstone Feted I! during the evening and will In- i= Highlands ((13)I; ) Flakier
on Oit 31 at the school. Volunteers ,
;('n. Seven members were pres- shown at the next social in :Noi i: I
wee asked to contribute I :ent. Mrs. Lawson gave the de- With Birthday Dinner vember. i j t

li.fit time that afternoon. votional. Mrs Dora Alderman .!I ._ I Note: (group; unit organizations in Dixie l.:ifayette I

\11": Randal Chitty sang "Bless ,conducted the program on the'',: Mrs Bernice Tetstone of Heil-i I Flakier Hendry, and Collier Counties protect '

Thi, Hon!.'" accompanied by Mrs ."Aims and Advancement for the ,I,, bionn was the honor guest at a ] Dance SlatedThe I part of the forest land there. ;

1 > L Thomas at the piano. WMS with each member taking ,I: delightful birthday dinner last j jI
in the discussion. i i!I! Little Women willpon- t .1
Kerrrshments were served by part[ Sunday. sor a dance Saturday night at the r! --
close of the meeting re- j:! Enjoying this occasion with j -
'iiihuatvis committee to the1llI'mb'ls At the Woman's Club. The program will i ibegin .
fieshments were served.The her were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tet- j '-=- r' .. ;.
find guests as they arrived : and continue until
at S l'
i I stone of Gainesville Mr. and p.m. On forest acreage kept free from wildfire tree growth
averages
.t t the meeting.Executive 11:30. Prizes will be awudt.tJor '
:
ii Ciicle of the; Mis. N. D. Thomas of Bayless I I'1
Board i i,,1THCATGi ]First Baptist Helen Masters Church met Tues |j Highway, Mr. and Mrs. George j the best will costumes.be 50 tents4ij.Admission i: "' It 175 board feet per acre per year five times as great as where
price
!i II cay: afternoon at the home ofj I Tetstone and family of anti10 cents drag.Housewarming. 1'f'e'tl burned annually. Only about two per cent of protected acreage
nrooker'l ;
The Executive Board of the i 1 the leader, Mrs. F. B. Beard at Air. and Mrs. Tommie
| burns in year's time while 50 is the toll
]Kingsley[ Lake. There were 10 I children of Gainesville, over a per cent on unprotected I
Junior Woman's Club will meet i chil-i I
r..t> Mis. Shirley Tetstone and I Given ,
Mrs. x
I members present. land.
ThuiylaN'n: \ I at the home of I
Miss Louts" Stun i' 7.30:! p.m. I Green gave the devotional. The : then of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs i For R. M. Markhams CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
centered around the | E C. Clarke of Starke, Mrs. Ruby I
ram
l)1 i about this
question
'. .. -. .. -- -'. .., theme for the year "Aims For :, Allen and children of Brooker Mr. and AIis P.1.. ukh.im, Since we cannot see each one in person, we, the committee for
Advancement For Woman's Mis- : Miss Melba Tetstone of Starke. home burned down ix' Windstorm, hail, fire, theft
whose the Cattlemen's Association
Mis. Beard and Marvin Rodgers and Jimmie Soil Consrvation Supervisors, and
Ie sionaiv Society" months ago on the Raiford Highway '! ;;!.:lass breakage, \andalism _
P! presided over'the business ses- Clarke of Urooker. were given a housewai mmg < I these' account for the Bradford Farm Bureau wish to thank those who are
decided that the I lots of
FL-: -ion' and it was
to 8
STAR K E Tuesday evening from1
meetings will te held at 2 p.m. Woodmen Circle I II o'clock at their new home near 'damage and expense on auto supporting the forest fire protection program.

in the future. I I Ii Heiltronn Springs. Hostesses I mobiles. Does '
SUN., MON: & TUES. "the close of the refreshments I installation 'eomprehen
At meeting
Attending a joint
i were Mrs. Alvin Farr, Mis. FateBrown We wish to call the attention of the voters to the question that '
OCT. 2S-29.30 were served. I., of Woodmen Circle officers in Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, Mis insurance corer all :such losses!

DOUBLE) FEATURE i: Gainesville Tuesday night were Robert Myrick, Mrs. Felix Sap:>. .and cost only about is placed at the bottom of the candidate list on the November 6
I Mrs. L. M. Stokes, Mrs. W. L. $10?
"TOY TIGER"I.V Beta Sigma Phi Andrews, Mrs. Pete Jaudon, Mrs. Rodman Mrs. Paul Reddish.Faulkner and Mrs :i i ballot. Vote FOR this fire protection that will help give our ,

Jeff Chandler TF.UIXICOLOK: A: The Beta Sigma I'hi sororitywill Ira Wilson, Mrs. Eula Mae Con- Lovely arrangements of red I Charley E Johns children a tree forest in the future instead of a few scattered j
IxiraiiuDay \hold a Ritual of Jewels dinner ner, Mrs Henrietta Hunt and Mrs.
the
dahlias were used for party |
broom
,AM Monday evening at 7:30: j Lorenzo Green. decorations and soft drinks and trees and sage.
I o'clock at the home of Mrs. Jo- A covered dish supper followedthe thee & Son
"Canyon Cross Roads"Kit cookies were served during Agency
seph Warren in Pine Haven sub- meeting.
party hours. -The
Bast-hart &: I'h)Ui., Kirk I division. Members are asked to I Committee.

I'LUS CARTOON make reservations with Mis War- :Fund Drive The Markhams received many 'Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
useful gifts and the hostesses I .
ren before Monday noon. '
WED. & TIIURS. ', The senior MYF is planning to presented them with a blanket')! .

OCT. 31 & NOV. : collect money for the United Na- [ and two throw rugs. : ..-__.. ,__. _,_ .. '. _.. .- : ."_ : .. __'.. :_. _._ .._ -J.. .s I

DOUBLE FEATURE t.ons. International Children's I. I III

"THE WAY OUT" Wash Your Clothes ;1 Emergency Fund from 7 to 9p.m. Altar Society ; WHY

Hone Xt'I..onlon:1 rrwinanAND Wednesday night. II I Ii THE SMALL BUSINESS MAN .
9 Pounds After the collection campaignthe The Altar Society of St Ed-
members will report back to''I i ward's Church will hold a barhecue I ir '

''Snow of For 40c! the church for a small party. chicken dinner Saturday I AND THE FARMER
ARE
The collectors will wear aim Jet 27. from 6 to 8:30 p. m.Iults VOTING
!
Kilimanjaro" FREE Bleach If Desired! Kinds for iilentitnation. \. SI 2."i. vhildien To; rents

ix irniNicoLou. : I 9 FOR (
fires; >ry lV !k X =Susan llajuard I IInoox ,
('.\ FOR TIIK KIIHUKSFill. : We Will

STEVENSON
& SAT NOV.2&3 Dry Your Clothes .

DOUBLE FEATURE C .

"RAGE AT DAWN"ith i For 20cIn ...J I Ii

Randolph :Scott New Automatic Driers! j After a .soiiu>uhut damp start helen Glasgow! Florida Bank 9
I
AND e :Monday. the "'...IOWI' man n'lentt t ti Her. IS oil duty fur a month of

"The Trouble I ,: i-d! and gave u.s .same real "(all' \.u.it.unmg .111,1 onvalesringweather" i I AND KEFAUVER

tor the Bradford Countv from an operation performed last!

With Harry" I The Washeteria Fair, which is now going great week at St Luke's in Jackson-

IX TKCIIMCOLOK: at the American Legion grounds|' yule She is expected home ,

rxlimmil Gucnii & Joan [I on North Temple If you j this weekend Kenneth am"haven't i
Ave. '
ALSO' =SERIAL: & ( :I-'Or'thl'j temple Starke done so, be sure to take Jackie Grider have started on I

I a tour around the grounds during their new home on S. Myrtle St THE UK; SQUEEZE of mall business is
: and
II on
they get
only 75; cents
these last two days Some And Janice and Rodney Hall today though the cost of Ihisg

of the exhibits are really worth I have also started building a new has been ever since the Eisenhower-Nixon Administration is
-------------- --- higher than
and of there's ever before.
seeing course home Out Theressa way Heal
always the midway, when you I that Harold Smith Eldry Ghs took office in 1933.; Small businessmen are fed

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE get tired of viewing the eXhIbits. : son, and Randall Davis received up with it. ,

Lots of excitement t in Sara-I minor injuries when a huge tire FARMERS ARE VOTING for Stevenson and KefauBETWEEN -

toga Heights last Th. lay eve- tlew out on a truck they werening I
FLA.REV. when little 'I 1952; and 1955; ; small businessmen ver because fed
fi/ur-year-old loading at Florida Development saw they are up with broken promises and
Mike Fogg was believed to te Commission headquarters ii I their
share
of
LEWIS D. HALVES. Pastor lost Seems that Mike's mothBlandmg j: Thursday Eldry I industrial assets drop 22 per cent. They the "get efficient or get out" policyadopted by the Re-

er was confined to Bradford I was hospitalizedHome saw their share of the Nations
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I profits fall more than publicans. In 1952
t\ Hospital and his aunt,coun-t for the weekend with Mr. Eisenhower promised to continue ,

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 was taking care of the their respective parents were Joanne 50 per cent. while Big Business profits have gone up

had gone to visit her Slade from Emory UmverMike's 90 per cent of parity price supports. Today, price
--' -- : daddy. Jewett, came home I j city in Atlanta Buck Gill, more than 15 per cent. Today there are 18,900 fewer
Sermons 11 :001.: 8:00 P.M. I
Sunday : : he couldn't find the he :supports t are far below I that
boy so Robert Kelly, and Scobbie Kelly manufacturing firms in t, and the parity ratio is
Sunday School 9:43: A.M. Training Union 6:13 I;) P.M. tailed out the police enmasse.from j South Georgia U. and the ( .5. than tht.'reere in

ana even got the State Farm Tommy Gill from U of F. 1932.CIANT; only' S2 per cent.
:Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.: Nond: hounds "on the trail" Bobby
Ferguson Jimmy Reddish. I

Hear the Sunday :Morning Service over WDVH at Later, when Jewett again made'' and Harold Davis stumbled on I

a thorough search of the house two huge rattlesnakes while on a I CORPORATIONS:: are swallowing up !smallerFARMERS ARE VOTING; for Sletwison and Kefau
11 a m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. his fare took on the hues of an dove shoot near Brooker last I IIutumn

.. : sunset when he discover- Saturday Fortunately they I ones so fast that if the present rate Keeps up, they \ ('r because our Democratic leaders are fighting the
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l eel got them One measured MX s will own \ irt ually all U.S. industry by 19, O. If the fight of the farmers to stay in business. They will

Al K. and Katherine Carlisle feet and the other was a few

Hear These Sermons Hy Pastor Man in Faile end their three children are now inches shorter I EicenhoerXixondminbtration has its way thereork for effecthe fair programs to dispose: of our

-tauoned in Honolulu The' Scootie just t won't be small
Duke and daughter:; any businesses left.
11 arm "How To Fire The Preacher" : ddress! is: Sgt. Al K. Carlisle Terry Dea, left Thursday to JOIn farm surpluses, !such: as an expanded school lunch
::V 61 St Pololo
Myrtle Valley ,
Glen
in Ft. Lauderdale, where i
8 p.m. "Wrong Road" Honolulu.! : Hawaii Note that '+ they'll make their home TilE AMERICAN FARMER deserves a fair !share of program: a new food :stamp plan, and increased foreign;

Nor chell's ilia Jean Morrison of MitMyrtle!i : and Theodore Young the Nations prosperity. But he's not getting that fair trade. The farmers
is flashing ring from know that Ezra ,
newlyweds have purchased the : Taft Uen; on'plan -.

First Baptist Church Hampton Sam Martin Little Josephine I! Duke home in Pinehaven BuJ-, share toddy under the ENenhower-Nix.on-IJen-.on Ad for di.-posing of
ILl!'!iett Fortunas. thrl'eyearnldcly and Lil Bishop, Junius and! : !surpluses K; to "dispose"

U: s..iniidaughter:! : of Rev. and Mis Virginia Smith, and Bal and I ministration.: For eu-ry dollar farmers earned in 1052!I: :! thousand- small farmers
R E. M-uBlain. has been and they don't like it.
select-
'Hour( Of Power" Wed S P. M. Alyce Graham were among those i
el as mascot of the
Chapman'attending the Fla. A & M v?

:Sunday: School: -10.1,11.: 411. T' ;,'.th ha: : "Sihool.i: .cheer Foste leaders: :S: rath J in 1 Eethume-Cookman.1:11 !in the Gator Bowl football last Saturdix l game''! JOIN THE SWING TO STEVENSON AND KEFAUUEB

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afro Lohmann of HI: :: \,1
Training Union 7 P. M. t d Tllt'dJattendi": S: ;i' ,',
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"Special: Music In Sen T. G. Ritch >. : .
Every ice"V j f.. 'J'r.. John ant! ? r.;
:n the process o. :.._..; :.:>v.. :; { : hmiMHa< : Sponsored: b Ih, HI'tdlord! ,
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I Mr. and :Mrs J.- T. Adkins orBambnuge. I :Mr ,il'h'! C CPl.! .. ,' I "'. n"j. .
I r i II -_: .- : : : _:_" :,, _:' :.: : 'a 1 _-_ i ::. t:
Ga spent Thursday: ; und Mt.s E T. King .11 :N r- I

r tl' Saturday \\ith Mr. an.iIrs.: .. 1! nile and Mr. and :Mi-! i" I i .

j J. C. Hobbs and family. i Prescott Jr. of Tal.aiia:
i Mrs. J. It. Hardee of Fernan- I Sunday visitors of Mr.s Ki. > ; .: I

"Gina! Beach was visiting Mr. and and :Mr. and MrJ. I'I'l .

Mrs. L. A. Davis from Tuesday I Mr. and Mrs. J M 11 '. ": I
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Jacksonville spent tne .% *' II
'to Saturady of last week. On
E IN THE NE'r"tfS' | Saturday Mrs. Hardee's daugh- I with her parents. :M.: 011.; .; \1. I II
C. M. Edwards.Mr. I
i jters. Mis. L. Thompson and
i Mis. T. S. Anderson, also oi and Mrs. It n< > I > ,', : I

I I.: and! :X1W! I 1.: :\llddk1l: > :Mi ir I MiI I T Jones were I I Fernandina Beach, joined then. I and son Mickey ,..Il'1! ., n.! K/ .
.' lai nM'iiulle: Surd iv afternoon ) for lunch. Mrs. Hardee returned Mrs Rodney Hall and bal.! A. i
and! Miss :Maih.1Midnlti.n! : ,! : -it : \ .>.t.:;.;: 1 hi. n.i"th.-!'. Mr.A.. B. home with her daughters.Mr. J,Jin Perry Sunday: the wekeim il ( ". (jar Hev- Mrs. J. B. Dansby.Mr. .
.Lines In St.'lncent's Hospital. : .
and Mrs. T. y Mersereauwere \
XIi oid :\1-, (CM..II.! KlIgh'! .: :Mis Imnn.e Moore of Gainesville in Lake City :Monday evening and \1\s.: J H :Mivn ,':,:

.. : her sister, Mrs children were in Gamc.s\il!.' .- u -
.ainesv; \ ill -ro'lI1l1a; ; tuning \\as"Isiting on business and pleasure.Mrs. .
iinnei gut' o! :Mi.- I'' KKnigm : I J. B. Sapp, on Tuesday. : Fred Moore of Lawtey day where they attended 'ne ur'I l-

Mi. and Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns and Mrs. Drew Reddish of Starke ding of Darrow Xlixon t" :M." I ; ; I Get Your Thanksgiving Turkey
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Peggy Sue Dorsey in \:10': lt1-: .
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and family will spend Sunday I\'isitedIrs. S. D. Andrews in

: Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.: I' Wildwood on Thursday of last noon.Mr.
I Jim High. week. and Mrs. E M I I 1'I I Absolutely FREE AtDODD'S
I' \'isitedIrs.. P. E. Stun and!': :Mi.s
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Raulersonof :Sell Your 1'crans. at the runners ,
FLORIDATHEATRE Mamie Anderson in At a' : n
Gainesville were weekend I Market. Sunday.Mr. SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
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guests of her parents. Mr. and Mr and Mrs. I. T. Jones and ,
I and Mrs. Doyle C''nnet i I'
Mis. J. R.
Kelly. daughter
Ginger, attended the
tended the FSU home. imi\a: n.
Mis. W. K. Lawson and Mrs. Fair in Callahan .
on Saturday.Mr. Tallahassee last weekend The To He (diu'nwa\'
M H Gn'sham"isited relatives and Mrs. Edward Parker .
were accompanied home b\ :\11Conner's -
in Jacksonville over the weekend. I tf Cocoa spent the weekend with ,
sister, Mrs Cei .1! Sew.'h
Mrs W. B. Mundy accompaniedher Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Mersereau. I
Jacksonville, former Staike
FKI & S.\T. OCT 2G27J5KJ daughter, Jean, and Maxie I I Mr and Mrs. Jesse Surrency of resident of who had spent the past i Y p SATI NOV mmmm 8 P M

DOritLE; FEATURE; : I, Young of Lake Butler to Bessie Tampa are guests this week of two weeks \'isitmgIl'latl't'- ro''I

Tift College, Forsythe, Ga. over Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal. Northwest J. loritl.1.'hll,' Mi
the weekend where the ;ills attended Mr. and :Mrs. C. W. Colron Tu-a- I
DOUBIE-BARRELED Sewell is atlf'nrlingthe COME IN AND GET YOUR TICKE17 T TODAY!
the high school seniors spent Thursday to Sunday in ro'er's School in Washington D

/JCT/ON festivities. While the girls were Tampa whf'rt'11'. Colson attended I C. Mrs. Sewell joined Mi S-',\ ::1!

at Forsythe, Mrr Mundy went ] the Florida League Credit Washington on Wednesd.i. :tina '

IN ARIZONA! on to Laurens. S. C. to \'isit11'. I' Union convention. On Sunday I I week. They left then ..i.ui hj -
'I A Muffler Guaranteed For The Life Of Your Car .
and Mrs Charlie Mundy.Mr. they visited p.eand Mrs. Homer j tern, Pam and Debbie. -,\ .' 1\ 'no'I I NOW
I
: and )lrs. V. W. Strickland. Swindall and family in Tampa, Conners. I
former Starke residents.Mr. I Handled Exclusively In Starke By Dodd'sCODE
Sr and Mr Mrs
and II. S. Lee Sell Your IVrans at the Tanners .
I and Mrs. One ,
Wiggins and
ot Daytona Beach were visiting :MarUet.Mrs. !
family visited Mr. and Mrs John ...
tin h.+ junior Stricklands on Sun- j!i Mover in Jacksonville on Sunday. J. A. Griffin and( Mic( :'. r"r.2 ___ ._ <_ ,q.- "__ ''- : .
|I Ii. were in Gaineit: !
N'asworthy
[ Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn. Sr.
MrSi:I! ih Hunter, Mrs. M. 11. 1
,ot Staatsburg. N' Y. are visiting:;: I Tuesday.
< sham Mi.ss
r< Rosa Moore Mrs. COME SEE SAVE!
Budge and Mrs. Yawn. Jr. and Mr.: and Mi*. fit 1'\\' Ratlin 1 mil -
.i H T.I\ lor. Mrs. \\'. K. Lawson I
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Lue >Iikand
family this week. family were visiting m
and MiJ E Edwards: were in
,,;aml'svlllcThursday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale attended Jasper on Sunday .. Huick. 11-!):{ .'):! 1200Che :! () 11cr'1 1119! !! :,1 I !tl I I

T \\iff week attending the Cafeteria I the tea dance at the GainesvilleGolf A-2C Floyd R. Cro.st .Ii .,.' \' 1I51-.M!): : : 10.i(;() old, Ii i 1JM1-30!) : .,
: and Country Club on Satur- Force Base S c .-
W'liketi monthly meeting at the I Shaw Air DeSo., (G\, U2-i2! !: : :! 10 t.:> Olds >, I'!).")1-52: : II !ll l.::)
day evening. home on three day lei\ "' l"v: --
On nh..:/ Junior High School. I| Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland day to Thursday. 10 DAYS ONLY 10 Iodge( 11)12-51!) !: 10.13: I'hni 191:-;:,1 \10, I 13Free :

:Mi-s", Sophia, and Helen Rein- f'>ent Sunday at Cedar Keys. 1111's. T.t'. Hutto and. & ha! :, Stu." C 1IM7-52! : : 7.fill I'ontiar, 19:1! : ;-31: ,.!)I.i

oenl, Mis Elsie Lyles. and Helen ] Mrs. Russell Stevens of Naples, 10f Jacksonville spent for A. < ri 1'h.V-s. 1933-3IJ: : : i 11.23: ;) Mcr. Mn( 11.i-.ili! :; (; I ..J.-t

rin!>.iin ui Jacksonville were last I Fla. and Indianapolis Ind. spent end with Mrs. L. S: llu't ,c'I i Ford; Fine l 1)33-3U!) 1030 Dodge) V-S, li!)3-33:{ I .""
K'.iiax, : vu-itois, of Mis. J. H.
WASH
JOB 99c
hi.-NN, I Tuesday and Wednesday of last family. .
week with Mrs. W. S. Slade and Installation Also
i iI i iI Mrs. L. D. Vm.ng spent! 1' I' -
Sell lour reean-.at lli- I'.trllll'r.r.trl..t. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sindair. ,
Clyde [ day to Saturday ot las' \ nnwith
On Cars Not ListedLUBRICATION
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THUNDER Floyd Green is a patient in Mrs. Marguerite I 1'1' ;;< "- I n 1 ,

I :Mi and Mis. S. R. Wallace of Day Pines Hospital. St. Peters- I Marianna. They were joiv ,1! t>

I I.ii.itki: ware Sunday visitois of It | bmg where he underwent a iMrs. Proctor Snow of l>\unh"!: :'. '. I( c Don't) Take ( 'hance-, pith Poi! iinous (;i.s.-e lla\t-: T lal

DYER ARIZONA thru t .nutt Mis. Frank Hoover. cataract operation last week. I Mrs. Bette Green'ot W.i-l.! :.cl i i iID. ,,,.' .. i AI Y u 1' I.eakinu Muffler Heplared Tndaith Thi New Pas
i iIn MM Steve Walker and Mrs. Mrs. E. A. Rainey and Mrs. C. ,
tor>' Life (Guaranteed Mufflei.' Installed In III teen
.I II :\lunlTwf were visiting Mr. i Trince Hawks of Freeman. Va.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. K: 'I i n!":"i I'
Minutes
NATURAMATRUCOLORtil and Mis II. W. Underill in spent Saturday Wednesday $ 99
i and daughter were VL-.UV M' '
Consolidated Film industries Charleston. C. over the week with Mr and Mis. N. P. Rosll'I'. i WASH & POLISH $
starring. end. Ji. and Mrs. R. B. Thtlma-t r.: I.'k'City :'" i '
SKIP HOMflfR KSISTINE MIUtR on Sunday.
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GEORGE MACREADY WALLACE fORD
Miss Lillian Stump MiColley I >'"
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Associate Producer Duector Joe Kane .-;-. and Mrs. D.us1't r i'r nweie
A REPUBLIC PICTURE . \'tslting11'. and MiIt: < !h i ,
I Dodd's Sunoco Service
tttk, aid Fouler and Xlih! 1 Kiih C ,1-1

lots in Tampa on :SumlaMis. :: > 1
1'LISSPOHED I
Wins'on S. C. Cornwall ot Hell.in. I lI
flavor
,,1',1 arrived Wednesday im. .t ten I
FURY AND day visit with her mother and i' HILL Bonn) Manager

sister, Mrs. J. J. Fitzgei altl and IG:? TEII'LE'E.
TROPICAL TEMPTATION rilOXE :511 I sT.\UhE. 1"1. \.
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: Many fi.l\'ors-all favorites! Mrs. XI. F. Brown. ;
.
Drew Ratliff celebrated hi.g'
'. Super Sue" stands for GcC
vy ninth birthday anniversary Oct .
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everyday enjoY1l1l'nt..J
I r I Heights. Thirty young friends
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VOTE- FOR. . . . . I The Young Adult Class of the

I ,....,. I Presbyterian Church had a weiner
u IT'S GOOD toast at the Montgomery Conference i

IT'S SUPERIOR! Center at Crystal Lake on

I j I Thursday evening. I NOT ICE'

wv Ii i bit/set bite :\1 r. and XIrs. C. R. Williams

| have had as guests during the I

\ : past week XIr. and XIrs. James

jj Lewis Jones Jr. of Pensacola and

I ICE CREAMCones I, Mr. and XIrs. George O. Wilson !

II ,''Jr. of Denver, Colo. I i l lI

I I Cups, Pints, Family Gallons I, Sell lour Pecan at the farmers I I I
I :Market.

I I XI.-*. R. G. Patt'rsonIrs.. David I I

XIo. omery and XIrs. Guy

;\ ;k? & i Big bass are hitting now 1!' Andrews ,'ttended the Suwannee I I
in Jacksonille
esbyterv meeting I

/jL ITh'I11o ( \ last Friday. Our new Night Depository has been installed and is I !

Attending the Fifth District I ,

Conservation conference in theh.tla I ready for your use. If you wish to use this service whereby ,I''
v ( National Forest on Thurs- ,
a OtlTAMAa d! of last week XIrs.XI .
u were:
iC F. Hazen, Mrs. R. J. Davis, you can make deposits after Banking hours and on I
SABUCHIOUlU ,
starunB, .'" Mis I p. J. Quattlebaum, XIrs. i

BJS10N tfidM with (WHAN BilF10UCH VILLAGE Ewell Lawson, XIrs. J. D. Doyle, Sundays and Holidays, please contact one of our Of- IiIi

CUSIiQfS IM NCVUIO fOUIUNIO BCtaOVIDnicM :XIs: F B. Dt'ardtrs., C. H. Ii
R.aM. A 1MR RNIDR M.EGI aa1 lthllrl InnMSR I N'asworthv. XIrs. L. D. Haines, ficers. i
Maui hmtm MtM!fOOM?ad Kitt q OI U I RESORT .
t) CIIWU MM I Xhs. I I. K. Clark, XIrs. J. A. Griffin -
A MICKEY RODNEY PRODUCTION ( and Miss Clara Leaman.
A REPUBLIC PRESENTATION I Ht FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIES! Thlt trip Col. and XIrs. Arthur Hill of I
Itmtlc MMB t+osll Ia-Nekd I TUB Ac1eil I t_ will do you good in more ways than one! Go after I
weekend
I Fontana Fort Gordon, Ga. were I
made
fighting bass and crappie that have
Tug Boat Cranny; (Cartoon) Lake famous from September through November. guests of Dr. and XIrs. H. H. Ad-

Chapter No. 13 Serial Enjoy colorful, crisp days refreshing, restful ams. I
nights. A wonderful retreat for the whole family- XIrs. Frank Herlong was confined -
w hetherit'sa day ora week!Heated swimming pool, in St. Luke's Hospital for In
SUN.. :MOX.. & TUES. craft making (free instructions), horses, hiking- treatments the first of the week. connection with our Night Depository We have
supervised recreation program. Wonderful food,
OCT 2S-29-30 XIr. and XIrs. F. W. Strickland III !
lodge, private Cottage C.>iw now-raU-8 much installed letter
a drop which can be used for
f IoICM .we U I lower in Fall.FREE.COLOR are spending Thursday: Xlon- depositing
I Send for day in Atlanta where they will I
The \ !
Gun Fastest; FOLDER: DEPTS55. FONTANA VILLAGE N. C. attend the Tech-Tulane football checks and for making note payments by check. We invite -
ti. fWn \ game. I

i XIr and XIrs. Paul Faulkner to use this facility at time.
aie1; ford 4)rowera \ ) .1 you any Ask one of our
# and family visited XIr. and XIrs.
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Robert Faulkner in JacksonvilleSunday.
tellers for
1,4rid \$ $ SIEGLER USES HEAT THAT'S a Bank-by-Mail envelope to use in making I

i Sell Your Pecans at the Farmers'
1'l US TtMIa Komi Market. I deposits. Note payments may be inclosed. an envelope Ii!

; XIr. and XIrs. W. B. Sewell I
Pint Pet Symphony (CariKn) ] together with book
FLOORS pent the weekend in Little payment which will be mailed back !EI
j OVER YOUR s,Mtzeiland. X. C. Ii
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11'ED.; Tunis & FlU :Mi and XIrs. \\'. R. Royster to you promptly. '

OCT. 31, NOV. 12J05I Look at these exclusive r.l family and XIrs. W. H. Ed- I 1'1q
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t.llrt'a K'UP ._.1WW1oJI......... SIEGLER features > rids of Jacksonville were week- r!
TREVOR i dMit 1 >>--t-i of XIr. and Mrs. Drew 1.1Ii
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.Two-in-One Heotmaker !..'..idhXI !! Ii,
l FERRER HOWARD .Saves up to 50 a .n fuelSieglermatic ", I
: a. !' ind XIrs. Joe Martinez
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0, ( COCKLESHELLHEROES Silent-Floating super quiet motor mount { i':.t 'ho! weekend with XIr. and 1 1l. (
.lifetime porcelain enamel finish M I Mutinez, Jr. in Jackson- I'
t. Floor Heat l.
Jd 6ay directional Tropical
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Ira M Cast iron const'wCt on
.. albASCOP mliIlCH. Klein ci < -' r > '' heats .... .. ,
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rc.ehtRlrtMltl :rIS\'P T \i
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n.rs "' >", 11 i it ion for the many );J ')

Kt'il. A\hite & l'oo (Cartoon ) : k.::..1:11'-: ';;. beautiful flowers and !11 II I: J: jll//Z/ ;

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: r expressions: sympathy .
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.'ins;: our recent bereavement. DEPC5.T issmsa: .....
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I HIGHLIGHTS i the basis content, instruct of I'Uglble'oters the Constitutional on'i George he in all Schaeffer bus.ness-place, and posters windowsby wl! BROOKERBy family.Mrs.: Aubrey Hazen was in | I I FUEL OIL :

By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 I I Amendments to be voted on the time this paper comes ofl .la, ksonviiie on business Tliurs-: 'j :i I II
rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYlKeystone 'TTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Nov. 6. Hostesses for the evening the press. The child who makes .Mrs. E. IJ. CastlenLaUAUaAaatViiaaaaa 'II

weie Mrs. X. W. Hardenbergh. the best poster in his room will day. I IMr. I I I For Dependable Keep Full Service Call :
National Eduiation Week !
P. T. A. .Meeting a and Mrs. L C. Kelley of :
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Mrs. Larry LaMee, and Lione' win $1. Judges for the contest I
";;either rain nur mud nut Itev Davis told of the wink being Brault. will be Mrs. J. D. Henderson Mrs. The Fall lallof the NYwUiver ; Waldo were visiting Mr. and MrsC. .I I

dark of night" could deter the done by the vat bus interested Costume Party R. L. Hackman, and Mrs. WelkeiKyron. Baptist Associational W\IV': S. Kelley Sunday I.. F. (Monk) IHNK1NS I t t f
Parent-Teachers Association last citizens of Keystone, on a proposed The winners will! be an- I met at the Urooker Baptist

Tuesday evening.: Although the Teen-Age Club. It was Friday evening. Oct.Mary 19, Carolyn Ann nounced in the next issue. Church Friday, Oct. 19. Theme F.VEKCRKKN: : \' : FUEL OIL SERVICE : I II

mam part of the program had thought that a building was avail- Jean Moody, :'>11'. and Mrs. Lester I of the program was "Aims for : BAPTIST ClirUCII
to be cancelled, due to the weather able at one time, but now they Schaeffer and David Schaeffer of Starke were dinner Humphries guests of Advancement." Installation of Sunday School 10 a m. Preach- i 1 Phone 6:5: Night i 91 I Ii

and although these had beenno are once mote looking for a suit- entertained their friends William'with a Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer the officers of the Drooker \VXIU ':Ing 11 a. m. Training Union: 6.30p. j i 3>2 Temple Ave Starke Florida
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school during the day, also able place. Rev. Davis earnestly I costume-party at was and family on Sunday, Oct. 21. was conducted by Mis. C. B. m Preaching: 7.?e p m. Prayer -----------------------y
due to the weather, a number of requested that people who knowof Recreation Hall.: The party the occasion being Mrs. George i Stalling .Mrs. Thlrwell of Ft ll"etin'e.1nesday 7 :50; p m. -
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interested people were on hand. such a building see him im- I in observance of their three Schaeffer's birthday. In the late Lauderdale was guest speakerThe '
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mediately. He also asked that days, which come Oct. meeting was followed ba
The invocation was given by afternoon Mrs. Humphries and:|
M.ikolm Cole Davis minutesof parents with teen-aged toys and and Oct. 27, respectively. j i luncheon at the Civic Center. '
Rev. Mrs. Schaeffer drove to Melrose I VIEWABLE
the previous meeting read by girls, and those of sub-teen age, J About 50 children, dressed in II | to see Mrs. James Gaboardi, and I I Birthday (YlrbrationsIjnda \ BIG 261 Sq. in. SCREEN AREAGENERALfIj I

T.Irs. Frank Jor.es, and in the absence give of their time and energies I everything from formal gownsto j' her brand new daughter. i Gayle Green was sur-

: of the treasurer, Mrs. anj talents, which are as good as straight-jackets, assembled fOI'I' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelsonand prised on her birthday by several .

George: Schaeffer gave the treas money, and as important.The the festivities. The judges I son, Heibeit, Jr., left Friday of her friends who came ones \

ures's report, and then turned. Clay Service League. which :'jed Pat Forsythe at the prettiest and I afternoon, Oct. 19, for a motor : to wish her a happy birthday last ELECTRICTiILEVISION I
,
'llomesa Dodd as the ugliest week. Little Green cele-
the program over to the chairman. was to take over the main pact trip to Wilmington, Del. where' Jayne

Mrs. Chester Moody. Mrs. :Moody of the program before the weathergot ; Tommy Jones as the most origi- they went on business and pleasure. ; brated her fourth birthday witha

passed out the new Yearbooks, bad, will hold a meeting on | nal.! party at the home of her parents -

and elaborated on some of the the following Tuesday evening, I Games were played under the : Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green.
Sgt. 1-c, and Mrs. John Ryan -
items therein. Mr. West told of at 8 p. m., in the auditorium, Mrs. direction of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Outdoor games were played and
I' and d.lughtl'rs"al and Cheryl, j
the next P. T. A. meeting which 11. L. Morgan Jr. announced. This Moody, and Mrs. George Schaef- dinner enjoyed and Jayne received many I Ii
1 were guests Saturday e'eIning j
\\ il be an Open House during will be a panel discussion i ldud- fer. Prizes were \\on by Leona nice gifts. .
If at the home of Mr. and Mrs.j S
Townsend and .Diane. Erokas..L_ I Chester Moody on Lake Brooklyn i The eighth grade enjoyed a
noise is any inlICauon11" par L} class at the Civic Center
party
,\
( Mrs. Moody is Sgt. Ryan's sister.
js PSiTK I II was a "howling success"! I last week. Outdoor games were J
FUNGUSNo | The Ryans have just returned i s -
Another Birthday PartyOn :'from a three-year assignment in' played and enjoyed by the IS!

I matter how severe your athlctic's foot infection.1TIILl:- I! Saturday Oct. 20 Carolyn her :. Japan. When this furlough L '| young people who attended. ,, '. .
entertained at iardcn Club .MeetsThe
TISOL-1T-CIIF.-FOOT ghe QUICK REIJKP from itchy, i| i Jean Moody I:I over he will report to Baltimore !! dO.
; you in
THE FINEST
i luncheon party 4
I home with a I I Md., where he will go to !: Brooker Garden Club met
cracked and scalded
feet c-
The
her birthday. !
observance of i[ school for special training, and at the Civic Center Friday nightfor I
I IS NOT a fire-ball solution to set your feet on fire I ,!: children ate, danced, and went tot i then he will be assigned in Washington their regular monthly meet- IN CABINET DESIGN

IT XOT a messy grease or a disagreaMe ponder, KIT I IATIILETI :'''a hike. They also climbed the :| D. C. Other guests: of the j ing. The business meeting was I Ami PAYMENT SMALL OX DOWN TRADE

I : OL-IT-CIU-I-'OOT ts a COOUXG, PKXKTKATIXO: : i !!! local Fire Tower and surveyed I| Moodys' on Saturday evening' presided over by Mrs \\'. K.Higham : THE FINEST IN

i SOOTHING SO.U'TIOX that STOPS the itch, dries instantly i :'I the surrounding area with its were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Craw- ,I I Jr. and reports from the I

and leaves a protective, medicated: film it goes to \\ork J!l homes and lakes. The guest list ford, who came with the Ryans. ,!I various committees were given. LISTENING PLEASURE'

i killing fungus at oncea few applications do the trick I ii j I ITIlLETISOLITCIIFOOT I included Mary Ann Schaeffer, 'Dee. The Crawfords are from Athens :| Mrs. H. C. Douglas and Mrs
i i! Dee Hardenbergh, Pat La:>lee.I Ga. Melba': Green were hostess. I
.\ KIT is ('OmllMeith !step-by-step i
and ,
Fox, and the brother ; THE FINEST IN -
Girls; Auxiliaries
I I Jimmy !,|
I { Mr. and Mrs. James Grayson
instructions for treatment and prevention of athlete's foot Infections hostess, "Bubta"and '
Sold on MONEY\ BACK GUARANTEE to j ,'sister Linda of the Moody. have just returned to their Lake The Girls Auxiliary of the I PICTURE QUALITY
Brooklyn home from St. Louis, I' Brooker Baptist WMU will have _
I i ii
(Awe jou relief or refund your money. Send $2.00 today with j Receives )It"ritnar.l installation service for their of- r'I
Mo., where they went for an an- : !
i jour (print) name and address! for complete KIT, prepaid j I Johnny Dodd, son of :'>11'. and nual check-up at the Rail Road ficers for this year Tuesday night A blend of contemporary and functional --

or send no money and you pay the postman plus postal i liarges j Mrs.: Fred Dodd of Keystone Hospital there. j I,| Oct. 30, at the Church at 7:30. design, this cabinet is finished' .

XALL LABORATORIES, 1'. O. Box 7117, Jacksonville 10, lla. j j Heights was one of the outstanding Mr. and Mrs. Frank Egan i i j The Junior and Intermediate girls

.. .. .. .. ., given recognition met afternoon elected In beautiful Bermuda Bronx. The
': --------- --------- : teen-agers have returned to KeystoneIlleights Saturday anti

1 by the IVpsi-Cola Company on I I( arriving on Saturday, II their officers. The Sunbeam; lop front control panel of brushed
'their regular weekly Television Oct. 20, from Syracuse, N. Y., I Band also met Saturday after- I
is ac- brass is located to the right of the
:'shovV last week. Johnny where they ha'e'been for the noon at the Church with the

cmiplished in both music and past year. leader, Mrs. Howard Douglas. I i screen. Tilted dear safety gloss' t i i

1!, athletics. I :Mrs.: Gertrude Burch has been 1 :Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and \ produces a haze-free, slare.fret )

HUNDREDSof iuhoardi's, H.i\e Daughter ; away all summer visiting in '''son of Melbourne and Mr. and '-

1 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaboardi arc I Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Ohio :Mrs. Ernest Russ were weekend picture. i iI

details are managed and economic- the proud parents of a daughter !|I and she returned home on Saturday 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew MODEL 2ITO50
Monday. Oct. 15, at 9:2: I Jones and family in Donaldson- >
born on Oct. 20. She expects to remain f \ '.
attended trained and I
ally that only a a. m in the Bradford County for about two months, and : vine, Ga. '
careful organization can attend when Hospital. The child has bee leave again in December. I Mrs. Doshie Prescott was the : k\ e 90 Aluminized Picture Tube !

the urgent need for serving is at I named Teresa, having arrived on Mrs. Edith Thornquist and Mrs. luncheon guest of Matleda Gat- !
| Tube lift
for
a Shielded Cascode Tuner Long
0 Set end forget Volume Control ::
hand St. Teresa's Day. She is the sixth II Hoy Browning have both returned llin in Staike Saturday.Mr. *

( Gaboardi child. Mother and from a stay at the Bradford I :: and Mrs. J. W. Dukes Ji | Tilled Safety GI.ssl" Clare rift Viewing a Dynopower Speaker

[I daughter went home to Melrose. County Hospital, where they were and daughter of Lake Butler I
last Friday morning. "room-mates.'' I
DeWITT C. JONES I TODAY SEE THE COMPLETE LINE OF C-E TV
Paul Tjre's 11.5\a .\ Son Woman's Club Speaker( Men-day

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyre have r On Tuesday Oct. 23, Mrs. Paul I

son their first child-born on Harrison, of the Penney Farms I Russ of Apopka were visiting
Funeral Director Ambulance Service I Wednesday. Oct. 17, at 10:30:; p. Community, spoke at the Key- '1 friends and relatives here this Starke RadioPHONE & TV

Our local funeral home enables w to offer convenience anA j I m. The boy, named MatthewPaul stone Heights Woman's Club weekend.Mr. .

eervtcea not other wtee available.We j i weighed only 4 Ibs. 3 oz., Luncheon. Mrs. Harrison, who has I and Mrs. H. C. Douglas I

and so his mother will be Lead) spent a number of years as a I and children were visiting Mr
16 T I' to leave the hospital; before he I Missionary in foreign fields, chose and Mrs. C. J. Strickland In I! 384 -- 311 E. CALL ST.

turoua the highest type cerrtce at lowest prices, and will. Instead of returning to her, as her subject, "Women of Ara- I Gainesville Sunday !I H. "HED" EMAM'EL GILHEKT;} COLDWIKE;
Mrs. Edna of GainesvillE
accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, luued by ANT i i, Keystone... Heights. home_ Mrs, l bia. I Hayes
'n
Company, u payment in part or',In full on a funeral Tyre Will remain m Jacksonville The next Woman's Club meeting
I Consultation carries: no IObllptWLD1 II at the home of her sister, Mrs. will be the regular: monthly \ I ---

Rachel Maxwell, and thus be able business meeting at 1 p. m., on \ I Ii

to visit the hospital each day Tuesday, Nov. 13. 'i iJtatt5 -l
: lJ.to
to note the her ttD
progress of son I \ /
Mrs. Tyre is the former Martha St. Mark's Episcopal I "6'Never
I '
Sargent. Rev Raymond E. MacBlaln before in history has anything I

Carl Rohlin
FASTEST
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal :
Carl Rohlin died of a heart- Church will be as follows: built by man traveled: so far in so short a time ". I
New electronic cooling isworld's attack at his home in Keystone .4..ports ""mmIHIOIf'."
fastest!New Heights on Wednesday, Oct. 17. Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church -, !* t,
ranges ... .. I
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. ,
He and his wife had returned _
with super-speed surface from a long motor; just trip, and he II:Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 I -by land or sea CIHTIFICATI OfVtHPOI. t"c
units now cook faster
Y. P. L.
S.
A than other methods! was working in his :yard when he I p.m.Wednesday- : 7:3f: p.m. Litany I n t'oJn,,,,!Ctrtlff aw If I*umi if ikl
was stricken. ('.""Sum Ann. Out Sftrti Cimmiuu* .
and Meditation; 8 p m. Choir J i it4aMr
Funeral services were held on I dr ...... S. I
Practice. ,/ 4Ar Me_r4 NM ...._.v...
Saturday, Oct. 20, at 11 a. m.l I I -- -- -- )
cpoI
$?
Holy Communion 1st .
: Sunday,,
in the Community Church. I la;,./ "tI Club Yrckndl1
Dl'-j 11 a. m. 3rd 7:30 #
; Sunday a. m. ..:._
Witt C. Jones was in charge, +.4 .d..M ... Jed e-- ha.JC9'Cl
'awaits "'-O.nAan
w1 ; burial was in the !local cemetery. ereryone. ,If,. Lp JrFG0 M4a

Mr. Rohlin was a native of S4tJOO M5e'5el: tt l/'MPNell..r
I ', ,,. .INwn..r/o'v M.l..Ivnv J.wrAq i''
: ; ;1 :a.
Uppland. Sweden, and is: survived FOR DEPENDABLE ai .wwN7, ,
I. I t .;:'::.:;1-, -j., ;..:..;.:.:.._.N. "N.JJ, ,
.JS
CLEANEST! by his wife, Emma S. Rohlin; two ..un II r .c.- -". -fr'*-.. ww< -pFr <-'" ws

sons Ellis, of California. anti E Termite Control tt .., .... -,;.::-;;;_ _r.J u-\ .,
No soot no fumes no block. C. of Jacksonville, and thief 'b-.._ A.-r-'II ba:
ened Walls, .. .
pans. curtains, grandchildren.llicmus --' "1i -
1 slay fresh. Your.kitchen is I'ennellThomasbetter\ 0 Household i Commercial

-oj. "white-glove"! Test Control
j known as Tom
=J
Fennell. of Grandin, died on 0 Grove Sprajing

I Tuesday, Oct. 16, in the Doctors
Call n:. G-C035
1oi Hospital in Starke, after being

bed-ridden for ten \eaisin his Florida i An announcement of decisive importance
home. Despite his many handicaps : Pest Control

i.II I Mr. Fennell took an active & Chemical Co.
interest in everything and every- ,

.j I COOLEST! I!: body. Doing things for him was : 24 X' W. 16th Ave. ; to anyone about to buy a new automobile

'j always a pleasure, for he was Gainesville, Florida .

,I so appreciative.Funeral I !
Practically all the heal
I! Mass was said on Fri- i i
goes into the food-doesn't
I day at St. Monica's Catholic :

; heal keep up air the conditioning kitchen. Helps I I was Church in the in Melrose Palatka.Cemetery.Interment I It's A Fact! The most exhaustive endurance test A cat, like a man, is i known by its dads, to 5 >ears of normal driving.

1 cosh down.CHEAPEST. %O\enrticr Parent-Teacher I Ii : ever given an automobile has just not words. :Not in all history has a man-built ma-

CD.... i i Misting !I been completed by two stock '57 That is why, we at Ford, despite our condline traveled so far in so short a time-

'" ... I i Brought Attention; Of Public 1. The function of each organ Fords-identical in every respect fidence in our '57 cars, let their deeds of by land! or sea!

"".'." I Tuesday, Nov 13, the public is of your body is directed and I with cars now being offered by Ford accomplishment speak for themselves.Therefore But this was not a test of spccJ-but of

1. I I j invited to Open House at the ,, controlled by the nenons sys I Dealers. endurance of the "Inner Ford." A trial
School, which will !last engaged an independent
I Keystone : I II tem. we
V- tale the of Thunderbird Y-
to measure
I all day, instead of having an eve engineering organization to test our 57 :
:. ning meeting. This is in observance 2. Falls, strains, jolts and I Under the supervision of the United: cars more thoroughly than any other block V-S power without qualificationof

..... I of National Education ': jars produce spinal misalignments ,, Auto Club and the Federation cars have ever been tested before in of any kincL A test of running gear-of

Week. Everyoneespecially par which in turn produce Internationale de Automobile, this country or abroad. brakes, of materials in body and chassis.

Remember ents should be interested; m finding nerve pressures. Nine pressure each of these tow o ':37) Fords traveled Of steering and readability, yes, and

gv 'electric its in your cheaper t kitchen loaM i i out how our school operates disturbs function, lowers 50,000 miles in less than 20 days. \Ve provided them with '37 Fords-tars comfort, too! .

and laundry than to use a Tht're111 be someone to register resistance' and results in dis Ford No. 1 averaged 1 01::):'.I G mph J for Dealers 1 with those now offered by.th Ford A test, indeed, such as no other cars have
each visitor, so his child's\ !'im', 1 The rest we I left up to em.'d
combination of fuels! i ease. t I. run..Ford No. _, o\er ('rgone, I cone successfully
may receive credit in the room-
.' : count. Visitors may have coffe 107 mph. These averages include Here is tcliat tJiey did: concluded.
3. Your
u."'; Chiropractor K equipped ,
y i iin the lunchroom at any time with scientific instruments time for all pit !stops. They took these cars to the SAt Flits at Surely they have told you, in decisive

: during the day. In fact, arrangements j i Bonneville, Utah. terms, that they are worth more when
... 'I'I may be made for them ti- to locate and remote nerve In all, the 37:) Ford smashed 43S you buy. and when you sell!

| purchase their lunches there too pressure..4. Here twelve of the world's
national and international records. greatest
NOTHING Your Ford Dealer will gladly place at ,
MEASURES UP TO 1'. T..1. ('arll \al Oct. 31 I drivers took over.
__ Countless kind of Ford thatThis
1 thousands of sick your disposal the new
On Wednesday evening Oct. :HI
AMODERN ELECTRIC lia\e found test was run on the Bonncville.Salt In drove these and kind of value for car-
: COOKING the Annual Carnival will be held! p 'ple Chiropracticeffective I relays they cars night means a new your

in the City Park with Frank after all other methods : Flats in Utah it was'the day for a distance greater than twice buyingdollar-thegreatesttheworldlias .

Wai!rath Jr., in charge. Anyone faili-d. : longest! left turn in history. around the world a distance equal ever seen.

interested in parades, peanutspnptorn I
If >our condition will] not
1 II
pony rides, pop portraits I
potato salad, pumpkin pie respond to Chiropractic, jour ,

nil palm reading should be sure Chiropraitor] gladly tell you .

t !
start from the Fire House at I goes

'| 5:30;: p. m. and wll be in charge I
BOLLINGER
i I.f Hud Prizes for "ari1
[ Anthony. \ -
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: : ;''"'''' ::02 ;( categories :i each age srrjuv, CHIROPRACTICCLINIC

-- ;!ji\ill be given 7 're \\ iil be plenafatal I
See .... foil w.ms. d 0.,j., .
yo. rot.S".cb .f ir i -e of Mrs. Carl:
,. ..... .,., Andrews Motor Co.I
i It; fa b. L.'i (" "'"..>1',' I Carnes "rve you a doi -
PNci' 3 ni'cksorth of Post Offi
e
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iV.H supper!'! at a r. ir.n.I ti>-
i ( ) FLORIDA POWER 4 LIGHT COMPANY I 'T"' ', ...".".. l' ;.. .. l.' I' I .Mml.-rn Moth "I!, I.a.lyI .
Assistant "
: 't!h.1111 li.iths
I.. I I :\ : AM) AUAMSTS: PIIONK 11.
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BRAND NEW
Some of it has been damaged by fire, smoke and water, BUT MOST OF IT IS BRAND NEW, fresh from our

NOTIONS i warehouse. Come in tomorrow and help yourself to huge sacrifice savings and help us raise CASH so we

can move into our new quarters recently vacated by Jim Hope Electrical Company.
Thread Zippers

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Nylons Woolens )
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Prints matlc, the world .:c,.. C /'\. ( f
,, oble sewing ma- 4e ,
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chine ''''' < l
'/' OFF Reg $359,00, ... t}' :-t ":. : WILL
T :. $269 'f F"'k. > 7 :;' ifP

J Long Shuttle f. ell Brand Now! : l
I A\t\ i1 SEWMOR .,.....- -> ....-.A._.__._. _..1>- ..;,. BUY!!!

Reg. Price $94.50
$ 50 REG.; PRICE SALE PRICE
47 --:1 Adler Automatic 429.00 O1 C.OO and it's all brand new

-7LLir" Brand New! Ir (Walnut Cabinet) mA+J
undamaged goods!

1 Pfaff 130 Automatic 389.00 O A.OO

-. i __ (Walnut Cabinet) AV 4 .." ,:_ Pocket Combs Jello Moulds
Dress Combs Cookie Cutters
: \ 4 :
f%' ------ 1 Pfaff 60 Portable 199.00 ::'-l .
Reg. $16.95 ---- J 25' Safety Pins Pot Cleaners
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\ > >> .z. >< 0.. Snap FostnersHooks Screw DriversPicture
i 1 Domestic Portable 169.00 .00 '!.". & Eyes Hangers
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I 80 ,
NOW Rotary Style Pin Cushions Thumb Tacks
WHITE .
Bobby Pins Plastic Bags
Reg. Price; $239 1 White (Wai. Cab.) 239.00 125.00 S6.::: Bias; TopeDessert Door Stops

I $129 \ Dishes Razor Blades
\ $ 9S 1 Singer 201 (Mahog) 310.00 gQ-00 Vy) Seam Binding Powder Puffs '
Brand New! / .. Elastic Honks Plastic Bowls

Modern Age 199.00 10H-00 :. II!. Corset CartersShoulders Plastic Sugar Scoop
1 (Light Weight Portable) li' "V ) i V Straps Plastic Funnels
Sewing Thread Clothes
1 Pfaff 230 Automatic 449.00Mahogan 280.00 Hangers
tr < Thimbles Juice Tumblers
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; ,) Tape Measures Whiskey Mugs
s*** If 1 Portable 119.00 ) _
; Singer 65.00 I k. Pearl ButtonsShoe Address Books
OVER A (Round Bobbin) .
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Model 230 Automatic L Laces ''Pairs' Police Whistles
PFAFF I 1 Universal Portable 139.00 69.00.n\. 1 Cake Testers Harmonicas
Reg. Price $449 Plastic; Toys Plastic Wore
1 Sewmor Portable 94.50
3,000 $ 47.50 BUY 'EM BY THE DOZENS!

1 Universal 189.00 .00
Brand New! i 95
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; I bill in committee. change the laws to make it that ..i lh<- <(< Ir.oll ourl of Ihr TlulilhJuilirial : ,'11 :lro> 1l1lr..d! to> 'arv'. t '
Sen. PushesDemocratic J Livestock JudgedAt ]Pecan Sales Set .. _
Long He said the bill was fought;; by bad." I Tornado B-Team irruil nt loriila III and % .iir answer ur pleading t > "' '
iiirt$ on the Plaintiffs .\ -\
I 1-resident Eisenhower and the.fiiet.uy The Louisianan also ihaigiM' I ''r Uratlfunl (uual< : ,\ !" i .s

Cause County Fair 'For Thursdays I.. 4 haarrr .t..:. '.,. : .' 12
hate
of and that the Eisenhower
education polities _
health .. .. ,. .. __________
II 'i's, T II \ and fIe: the .riulithe i.i! In 11
1.1 elf.tie I I brought: about the sijiplu.se Edged Out 7-6 Clerk of thCirnt! i
('"ntmll..d I i unii Page liHe I:': .- I II'! : I'. .j. '
"The Republicans opposr-d the causing headaches m faun le:!is1 ('"nt1l1141'j 11"111 PI "' IIsku I'e'a:1 :,,11.! '.-, will:: be 1 hold: evenTl'iii.Jav nr before! Vie! ..
: vl' \ iNolirr _' ft, .1." : NPther '

hirged: that since the Rt>- I v.elfaie bill because they i 1 at ion. at the St.uke State of 'ail l-e t'ie :iI'eiti: '!.' .
coUldntIafford "We didn't have surpluses \\hon t. Fend l Thom t.:<. ml i nbbnr The TUI 1 r.hlu. 15-Squad wet e \\ In- Farmeis Market a raaiket of1 I.. Si: .1 FIe'IIL.! T,. Complaint, \\ ,II l.,, i '\--') ..
publuan administration took over the $200,000.000" he declared yearling. Adult division Bryant !:. I'' .' fll hv V "1 _
Ike took over he said, \Ve | 1 fling a I tough tilt with Palatka :final said this week. I I' < I Ii I' \ This i : .. ;. aan'e
"it B> necessary to pay more "but they were hot on the farmers to Reddish. Hereford and J. B. | ,. < '.. .. .' .
raise M. I'1.
were asking ; Tuesday night until the last few ] In the first sale of the ear i : I : '1. V .1; i eai'f > '> -
money for interest than the White bull. i 'I .. I I" ., ..* .k thr t '. : .
financing the debt. which will much could. i Angus '" t r "di.: i a ; : in "
as as they minutes of the ball when j
game held last week. nearly 4.000Pounds .
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I u i.f 1 II
house costs. \ ii. i II.- l 11,1 i i Cr"Ph
lost four times as much as the "The Ike-Dt>nson policies have Dauy cattle Henry Lawson j the junior Maroons pounded for i I of pecans were sold. The .'.k.l' I ii. 's'"|I. .11 h. i' '. 'i.t '" .' i i.t p I' _ _

"If you would like to go ahead measure to help three million trought surpluses and succeeded I II j I Holsten. j a touchdown and tossed for thQ'' ices were below thOMof. I. 1 : .01.! i;,..;hllj! huh,. ", ..ti t 'it. lId ..nnl I.....
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I".1 I.' .II..r.1 ,1\t FI..I.I.: OKFICIXI.SEAI.l: Char--: \
and refinance the cost of go'ern1II'nt. people." in getting a lot of farmers off Gilt Hogs Donald Coopei j extra point to win 7-6. sear ago. T'I.. n.,:". ,.t Hi.- -in .- H.\\.I. C!,>rk of the i'ny i .

the thing to do is vote neI The Republican farm policies of the farm'-. he stated. grade: Harvey Starling two rib- i' The Tornadoes seemed to y .ai ...' !h.y i-. .'i 1 I. I I' I I1'lII Marian L. Crosby, I'flifE'IO ."i.. _
junior The official said the'olumt'! at" 11
: declared. } I I' : 'I' : I'I'; tI! s
I pibiitan. Long attack l lions on two Chester Whites: Ju- :! ; ... .. .
under .
came as Long Sen. Long brought the segre- j have command of the game dur- lust week's sale was good c-m- I. 'I. .t'' I
Sen Lung blasted the Repubans -' Lan Mizell. three nbbons for a :' .' -I I ." I '( tPPI'tBIn
!'stated that "the worst appoint- gration issue into his address by :, ir.g the first half. scoring their ; and .
the rain inclement .
I F.dermg ....1 I ',_ ., 'I'' I .rrs.t' "'.rl. Rradforil i ,,Co'", I _
for opposing the bill whirhoulil ment Eisenhower made was Ezra saying that a Democratic victoryis Duroc and two grades; Robert': lone tally! in the opening plays; of 1 1I v-eather. It was predicted that .'n... : \\ .1 .., I' I Il Florida: In rbnwrry.T .
.\ ,'xtendOdal security bene- Whitehead Duiw: Frank \Vhid''the I |1'1"| -It' I. v .:, i ; \ i'.l j'. .lilt ." .K.I. I
Taft Benson the secretary of I Iilgrkulture. necct-ssary to promote the interests : second quarter. The Staike I lath the volume and quality will 'j '. I-'.', ll.-r...11 "..i I II -. I.- \'.ni... 1. "...
it> to disabled and old people ." (ien. Duroc. and Hal Mott. Duroc I .' '
I of the South. -t'Ot'e was made by Bob Tact ia increase considerably in the next 1''< if? I'. "nfi--" u I. '.in: '
"The bill would never have Sows Ronald Prevail Duroc- : "I- llliM \ ..II l>\ li"-f.l II'U itotli-4-.. timr.ir1. '
i | But the Palatka few weeks.
Under the Republicans not a A great number of Soulhem boys tighteneijtip )'.. \
I I Robert Cooper. Dur()('. and Gerald ITM---S: inIm .1 i amit .il "flu
< .ne up on the floor of the 'single month has been as good :j, Democrats hold key posts '.n Con- 'I! i i in the last half and made it acesaw :: Prices per pound last week inM I I '"11'1 .it, >' ,,1. .. /.11'.1.1\-! .1. '. .
\ Norman, grade. battle. j I KI.-I. .1 I.t t 111-] :J-'n.l: ..I! l >. 1 .!.. Icu ml :\ '
worst > i.n
l-Kial-ituie if the Republicans;; had: I for the farmers as was the gress and under a Democratic Hided! Bt'antII'Y. 16-16 1-2 cents; ; u -
: x I 1" '
!i.t.n in control of Congress." he month during the 11 jvars the !i administration will have a large Barrows Adio Brown Duroc: 1 The Palatka! team hit the scoring -:, C'uitiss. 16-20 cents:;: mixed. 12Ii 't,tll-'FI'1 I. si I: \1.1 -'11'u: I.a .
I Robert Crews. Yorkshire J. T. ..'e v ,f., i isuit '
-.'j.-j. Long a member of the nmiI'iHef i '.f'II1O'lahn'I... in po.ver." Long amount of influence. Long said. : i column with only a few mm- i : Moneymaker. 11 12oore.; \ 1:1.1'I'J:1'Y.: t'-r <1 s.- .'
Parrish. Duroc. and Wilbur Andrews ri.ik i ..< 'Irs! lot ..III.t cf IJrail- .
uhuh studied the mtMsmr.iiil >..u.l.'Tint. "The Republicans don't have a | .ites left to play. The winning'I 11-14 1Xelsun.:! : :27.! ; Randall. (oi.I <...11111\'. Klnrnla. has been f-ii'; .- x <.
: above named d .
Duroc.
lli.it all seven of the Ueiiuii' -> ""' ii. i< !h "fii .1 "', .!: .I'' !single leader worth the gunpow- ;: I extra point was made with a' 1.1-13; 1-2; Sihle15 1-2-2V:! :! ; Seed- H?> Manun 1* ('r,,&loy. Drj'Uty Clerk ) ou are required i -. x.- .. '
*".iiZ.II .% i'i.'i h. .- i: "' 0-1 N.
j in nit'infoisuted) ..u.tin.t'i.: !'t,. ""' Lflhi. .1 I hch I i I to, leito blow him up who would Male hogs Wayne Parrish. .successful pass. I'! lings.,: 16-16 IStual:!: < ,1'0! 12i ;.(111.:1.: r. .1 1M"H! \ f.-r xour answer jh or' pU; Iff Irirt""plaint '"

lot mutate a policy favoring fi'gielation -:i i Duroc: Buddy Jones. Tamworth !i I Coach Clifford McGnff {'OlllI :: 'i I-:!. T..h. "-lit t,'-'. ..11101'an i iluman ':,uiit.i-, : I Ijt.; 4- 1 1 Ii.. l:>m -t on i't ,.:.:.n-] s \

..I ....- ," he said. and Allen Crews Yorkshire. ; wended all of the boys for playing :2Record ol,-:!", .i.ili.l TilI..lie: .1.. k .
and file the original in t.,
He charged that the only in- Poultry -- Harvey Starling. "good. hard football. Per- ; of the Clerk of the Circuit i'
STARKE NEEDS 1"1 well the Slillir '; I' "''-i: nIn hefore th'h
I ming especially in or *
tt.i est the Republicans have in White Rock hens: Carolyn Nor- ('Irruil CvurC. llntdfotd Cuunlj,'' .'-. '1.ix ..I i :\,.\ ml,.
n.an. Xew Hampshire hens; Virginia {.:, lilt' the coach said were Ten ell Number .'...rI..": ... .........>. otherwise the ,
the South is in allegation. .r .f.1
formulating a
Parrish. New (jieen and Taccia in the buk- T. EIo....i..i, K".11\ Tli..11..i-. h..-. Complaint will be! taken a- ..', .
MODERN RACIATOR: E53OP policy toward the South "which Hampshire I > -.iI.'ni'<* a'.1. ...tII'--111"1! "; "1.111 rrt by )'ou.
will leflect in the ballot boxes in hens: Donnie Thompson. New field and William Parrish. Hal! !'..I'I\. .\\ < niit All.inioh.: ... This notice shall be fl'' -' I

This area needs a modem aulo radiator ,11,1',1'1} | i- imwIning the north." Hampshire hens: Robot Salmon j Williams. Randy Johns and .la.io') .- Fair Exhibits ; I' i-t N.. i.i i J';.' once each week for four c.."n-i "
atlrr Ti
ApprnrtT. weeks In the BRADFORD t''I ,
s i'
) sent many miles awa\ Oi>i>ortumtl..r. |<<'r-"n w.-vlun two ribbons. New Hampshires and I Thomas on defense. ) .. 1:1. in..i K..11\!' \\ "I'-. .1.] .' TKI.F.URAPHI1

III own sec-ure profitable! business with excellent ;growth (Missibi Long made a plea with the list'tners I!1 The thieutene.l "I.I" I .lll.ll. ,1- I 'I ,.."',IM: i. I I. t.. \ : .1 I' f i .1
AnthonCrawford.. New squad to
junior
lilies. Dealer garage or service station can om-rate, .is depart i' to get out and fight for geese; i I 'i1Ifl: n'd !11":1,1'.1':i :,' 1 t. \ x III.." \ ; III. 'II.' **. .iMiFFIClAL.
nwnt. First year a\t-ragt G.K)0( ( to $10.000.( ( INLAND;; ;; ""1'1.1'' the Democratic candidates. "If Hampshires; Freddie Stephens.New i (10-1' the Palatka goal on at It'attwo .." 'in. .<'fTi'li\ ni.lif.ed: that a ( SEAL) Chirl., \ .

largest radiator shop mar.ul.icturcr' will USMIresxmsililo ( I Hampshire; Jerome Gnf'is. -i other occasions but were "D skill I Sip.iulk Clerk of the Cr. ..'t ,
equipment ; \\ii.t.' nbt, '. .
the people had I made a fight inFlifl'idi I." I I. .11 .Ml It. I'f l J..II 111 n. By M ir..n: L. Cro-'x.! fI"1 i -x "
| individual. Over l. OO INLAND; shops now in op I New Hampshires; J. T. Par- i stopped on downs. bt.n on st-hool dress and Rlimht JAndiews. .I. \ .. in' ".I l i'.',,. .i".i .aii-f a PI!
ration. America's fastest growing automotive business As :i in 19.U:! the state would I :Next'
I nsh. Astra Whites; Rudolph Sapp. Tuesday afternoon the C- led nbb'm on >. him] ,
little ai $29.1 down for equipment starts > ou in liusiiif-s ha ye gone Democratic. he stated h.ntams: John Allen Shadd. Brah- i squad will play Gaine 'ilIe. The dress. ----
i I.
INLAND; ; will finance balance and
furnish training Write

: ) :MFCi. (OMI'ANV.. ...pt. I'-3 loI.NLA.M Rites Are Held nirf.s.Ke\s and Freddie Stephens. tur- I I jhtadfoid contest will High be played stadium at withziIIIe the mil's!The class ninth won grade a led Home ribbmi K.: o-i.'!!"..ian Sell It Rent It Trade H1V1TH

1IOH .
Jackson :M.. Omaha 2. Nel.r.k time set for '
.ibbit.- Tommy England. i / 4pm. exhibit of baked fund ,

........- n .., ... _-.- __ __- _I For Lloyd Hall Fr t'hl.!' :Stephens Johnny Mc.in Mis.Ross said that n. In\

< ;*.(. '1 ('ul I Lukf New Home OccupiedBy it-ditible exhibits did n.t lu\t '

Starke Elks Club r.imes attached and no ,-p.iM, 1 \ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
,
) }1-ni'i! -i i li! .s.'Hue.foi Ll.ili.iili
i'i llie.siwinncis tan be !
giu-ti
.11: ; \ >on H.ill '<1I-ol
:Mami i : Mi- Calvin Hall ol Sta'kt-! Elk !i.i\r .. r.t'v hoi.lc
The 1 Im, tl I UM.sed I II Bus Driver '{JIm' Hales (iuod! lli'siills L1ZJTt1'lace
:-' .u k. u.itheiil. at 2 p m Oct Rips GOPsHerc I i lodge i l.'t.'iUK Caught

l li! Church. I thi'' f.uiiit'i h.wpital I liuilding on : .
in Hope Baptist I In New Crackdown ;o WOKDS or. u.s. ONE IXSEKTIOX .v>r
t Thoi! e'.s.i The Itevteile 1'a..k- E; MadiMin St and! are now' "at I IlIome"
.
f \ h.iiu oitKiated and burial was in (Continued from Page One I I II there after extensive ren- K\II: AIHIITIOXALOKD 2.1111 ..
.J ; Acting under nI.Ia'k-
: direction I ovation and redecorating. I| ::ri.. \" ION \I. FOR 111.IMIllt OK ADs Mir P tin 1\ tut tE:
'T .. Hope Cemetery under the : ,: that the housewife has to pay. luwn'oid. State Thoopei Ciiili 111"1111" I OK I.:. TI'.IC: t ,,:'1' O\ 'I'\\ 0 OK M ltK 1.tII1'IO' "
> ... of DeWitt C Jones funeral1.1.me The chit is ('(>en on Mondays
Pp The former Senator challengedthe c .[giuve made seoial11 I <
Wednesdays. Fridays and Satur- i'
; "I:11" Repulic'ans't'laim; of being res-t. this week for traffic \iola- -
r] on'June Lloyd was born in Palatka lie declared
the of :
party face. :; '
.", ; -- I' members and visitors are welj I i ons. among them a titAet for W.\ TtU: I.0\110\
14, 1916. and was a fifth that the Republicans killed j| in "no zone'I
passing a
facilities passing ,
come to use its dill ing I'IKsT ( l.\ss
I grade student at Starke Elemental Woodrow Wilson and the Leagueof I I to a driver of a Gieyhound bus.Musgiove .
I these hours. I j I LISTINGS:' ON:' TIMBER AND :! large aiul jai\clv licilriHinis. si.inils
School. lie was drowned on :Nationshich' would have produced said
I The club formerly met in the !j the driver passI'I j (.i,' lixing:; roomith firrjihiriili'
Oct 17 when he fell from abridge a peace without the compromises Ritch home I j I ed: another vehicle on the bridge 1 I(CUT-OVER L.VNDS:: IN:' TRACTS ,
1. t i 100' while c.lii J. H on Temple TI, in Iii !Ii J.it.l..n unit hath You
Road
on State and uneasiness which on I*. s. 301 between Bradford
Avenue However, this property I ui ill rrcngiii/p the diffcrcnc.lis .-
: -
playing near his home and a : the Republican peace measuies and! Alachua counties scene of a : OF 10 ACRES OR MORE
.-. I s-wift current caused by flood I countenance. I belonged to an oil company and tatal accident this !: tli, i.. a lio-nc. nut just a Iniust'
early
# waters from a storm the day be- "Would the Republicans not could 1 not be tented except on a I year. Tl I here are lots of <'\t ra.. here

: month-to-month basis Since the FLOHln.HEI.Tr ( 0. .,. .
filer hurry on this. Ilir iru.ni '
into culvert. |
him a
tote, swept have to war after Pearl '
gone HUM ( HKIMIXN ('Una11I Starke .
this Of
could not
/P- Elks improve property ,? terms are right.
,; Besides his he is survived -,, "
i parents Harbor? he asked. I'
: rally and promotion day will 'I rlrph..ur :IS-s:I i iI55
'. James. 'I they decided to seek a more I ( uud l and !solid :3 lietlrunni older
w by six brothers "It's a shabby plea they make I be :! the
Oct.
.,. ,. ,.t. i locatIOn.Community held Sunday 28 at Markr. Via..
permanent tsr. ,,
Leon. Kenneth and : Irmplc j h mite. Large' hath large lit ing
I Wayne Boyd that the of !
they are party peace. First Christian Chunh

GUARANTEED I Lamar; and two sisters. Marian he said. \ Choir | Sunday School begins at 9:15.: ; I B MM mMBB Til iiini. large kitchen and a dining

I and Darlene Hall all of Staike Pepper said that many people 'Lord's Supper 11 am; and the ;i', 'I: IINT: -T\\ 'H ii...iri"i'm iiian-'r"' loin. .\ lotely front porch anti

,, i : snr)' h..u- .1II1''I! U liii tii-.h.'d. gl.ar I rand hutch jard faring on a separ
to vote for Ike because he is service 11:15 A
Used Cars Lower Prices plan 1 A meetingwill be! held in the j preaching at : 1.1114.. v ml Inquire at
poll. ;11(te street xtith a concrete floorl'l11',11'
i Methodist Church a "fine man" and was a great' choral room of Biadford High I basket dinner will be served at' .-"tI i I': I-i.: '\ III.- -i 4tpCABINET ('
I'\' This only IIn,'
I garage.
I' g-enl'ral. School Monday night. Oil. 29. at ; 12. Singing sen-ice at :2 p.m. Work
Satisfaction Lower Down -
Payments and Carpenter
: Sunday 9-1: :?>. Sunday School "The Whitehouse is not a place I 7:30: o'clock for the purpose of I' and evening services at 7 p.m. Small new and repair Jobs ac- sj tory' so ,ton can see there is lots

I 5:45 he declaied. I t cepted. Joe C. lUcks IU. 1. Uoxl l r room. I'mbloiUs to I'ost OffUe
,,11. Morning WorshIp; : p.m. to put our heroes. organizing a community choir 01 Everyone invited
Check With Our Customers .< tf hg '
Many .1',7-A; t1.i h. I'tired for ash or terms.
.
for M. Y. F. &! would nominate I
I recreation time ; "If it weie I chorus as pait of the Adult Education !
"dme-a-nute" for M. Y. F.: for the I itriI THNTII AVMVERStnT jl i i Audie Murphy presidency. OtU
Compare With Us Before You Buy p.m I : program of Bradfoid
Youth Fellowship -I Eisenhower (, \ 1C IllOt HKI'tlllKII to|"1.K. miles out. hard: mad all
Methodist said that refused -.
6.4.1: pm Pepper County Theie will be a $2:! icg- AH :Makm All Model*
I. : T::30. evening worship. to say whether he was a istnition tie. and ail \ \ KeaNonalilr Ihargeo. ;: cuarnnleed IIiiit lie tt.iy. lias more than I niilcighua
persons
1955 Chev. P.G. R&H Like New i
Reformation Sundd Democrat until he i'T <>. c. .iu.riuii i I.i : >' frontage, 20 |tecan trees
This or
is Republican inteies>ted in singing are mutei1 :113 "'. ('nil M. !MarUe. rfc. :230WHEN
I There will be a special service at decided to accept the Republican I and uiged to attend. II ieit' deep xxcll.! t.leitrK' uater

1952 Ford V-8 Custom R&H the ll'Ort: morning hour commemorating -,1 nomination. I '---:- .tstem. and lots of pine timl,,',

this occasion "The Republicans didn't dare : Trawick Elected / IN NEED OF '.nd, t thousands of small pines \II|

1951 Buick Two Tone R&H I Everyone is cordially invited U nominate any known Republican" LANDSCAPINGFILL hiN is going; for S'liHMI.: /

i the services:; of the church. : he (!t' 'lal.et1.I. Jack TI awit'k. Bradford I Count\ DIRT :last >oiir |roiert.t| ttilh tin- Iii

1951 Ford V-8-O.D. R&H I I The former swrsaior was introduced I ..anitaiian was elected firstm" -- : \e man>' prospect hu.ters tthoA

I School OfficialsTo by A. J. Thoims, Jr. who j chairman of the Honda Publi. or DISKING \ ill l.iinaitt. if I the price is right

AUo Many Others to Choose From sered as master of ceremonies. I Health Association at its annuaj : I ,, W. L. THIGPEN JR. :i; need not\ seteral! t-ity( building:

MeetingCounty I ,..1... If is for sale tall
Attend 'I His address were preceded by re- j, meeting in Clearwater last week I pkt. 2 Box 215-D Alton Kd. .tours nottAlso

As Low As $5.00 Down At I maiks from Lex Green Dem- 1 i The Association is comprises : if jo u hate: lot. or aiu siemreage
I He's 297-1
I School SuperintendentHarmon 1 I ocratk state ommitteeman. whoI of public health voikers in 6E(i' Wrong PINE I, outside the titt.

Morgan and County Su- called for suppurt of the Dem- :i Florida counties.. :More than 60'wt'e () Starke, Fla.: 1 If I your 111)0ki'. for 'aI.and tonivish

Bradford \Wholesale Motors Inc. peivisois Verna Demorest and L' I ouatu part and principles."GOP's l'egL tered at the Clearwat- but YOU Pay! 1I'on guaranteed adtertising then

H. Gibson will attend the annual I II I ei meeting i i it "ill pay .ton to stop b) call

state meeting of school supervisors ;, SM.E: Tu.> ,l.-.iro..in ", .-cl..rn i III ttrite to:
)133; N. Temple Ave. Tel. 318
31 ir SO.MGKODY tide's carelessness 3"1'dear..d
through Oct frame home "n 10
Across from Courthouse Starke. Fla. Oct. 27 : Contract Recent BirthsThe I can put a terrific dent l.inil with pe .it :::si"* I.....alfil
'St. Petersburg. 1 mil', V.r-l'' f 1.\\1' 1,11 :::01 WALL REALTY
I' in your wallet. \\i. It !-:11I.l.l.tn.1.: IJt 1 IOK! 37H I
Bradford County Hospita | ..,..t. tf.'he REGISTERED; BROKER
Letting Methods announces the following births: I Yes. even if you're not at .-

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Freemai 1 fault. an auto accident may FOR and RENT two-Tl.T-e bedroom In. desirable apartment one (Office: 337 N Walnut St.

Griffis of Waldo a daughter Kar- mean disastrous bills for you. Reasonable Mr. and Mrs. W. IL Phone 487-J P. O. Box 466

Hit MatthewsA er. Elaine. Oct. 17. How to "get around" this Nollman 228 W. Madison tfchg Starke Fla.

By Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzenfloif -
dangerous possibility? Adequate 2% PAID ON !SAVIN'OS' KET-
NOTI C 'EI Jr.. of Starke. a son Chat: IcI ,. STONE STATE RANK KEYSTONE
.
insurance is your HEIGHTS. FLA. JEMhER Fill: II\'I': : .4.i ""I., "'I.I'''"' "I
Wl'sleOct.. 21. .
,
lionson 1'.Htti. tl.il- K 'ultpolv
chaige that the Republican(I FDIC.
I" safest answer.i j ; Kl: 1 li.ni.: 10.. \1..1.1 I It, II,.

i t'g business"adiiumstiation u: : Mr. and Mrs. Jas. 1... Jones 11[ 'all on this Agency now. WE RUT AND PELT. USED FUR- I..< 'I: ir\: : i Kurm-h.\ .'.. .t, I'. .
| Squandering billions of tax doliais !- I Co.. .
: ; of Jacksonville former Stat k,e NITUUE. Klrod Furuiture lioti. &<.'-r..g.I. r "di t
| by fuiluie to use competij ( ,01 Phone 43."c"g Hi.! I..Hi I liiiinri.' M.ii 1:1 l'i '. '
I residents, announce the birth 0 MI..II' !N -mplo. A\- .'
j live bidding in lettingdt>fensl '

I I contracts was levied by Rep. D e'' u daughter on Oct.: 22 in Alachu:1 i' ;. : Fl i'U RtXTTI.jr".m h'."'-". "I. 'hnslian unfurnished andi 1'IKH IMM ; ...(,n SAI.K.ll' / ti ill I

SELL YOUR PECANSTHROUGH R ( Billy, Matthews of the 811;'i General Hospital. The materna I I' 0 Pratt SIApply: Mi-. Jlundorff ..d. Ct.od: r..lrl'J: < "."It' 1.- ...-.I.ICa.i
'
I grandparents ate Mr. and Mrs, ..... I.\ at I'ol-.iiMl I Florist 1tI'h.I'.ItTMENT : be srrn at 4 r.u M..i. n,
Congressional District in a Rotary Frlal; and Suniluv .ul .i.. ..
Club speech at noon WednesI I C. R. Williams of Starke. .\ : F( ii K KENT: on Madison l.iut i.-\ Fla. rm "K .1 g-I.'s l.il- .
M. Applyit <;.i\'s IIoni'. Itoail just uutsidr Cuv" i..i !I' i
fhay.i H. C. Wall I \.tiliui.' "I'lo-i'' ,I" lfl h. ;
THE I ; \V.C.T.U. Agency | i I; MuM.s.; n' .'
The who i
Congi .
i essman. salt
.
'hef. < ;i.i' Iarigt.fair |
1-,1 U SA I.EIa FOi SAI.K-Thrw l....ii ".,,'. "..?".
.
he was trying to make an "1m'- "THE (il F.TtSTS: tT: 0 F .-.million" $''ni''ii.'fl .k-I Extra lot and t... o .., g ai't ,,,.
Phone : 146 .'mis .it .iii> N I'herrt si li|> i : :North : .' ".
pal tial! talk" from a "Democrat!'c 'herrxSi! i. i 1.
THIS NATION' IS ITS M\> :

viewpoint" said that from &5 I KM!! I'KN'T: S-\ r.-..II h"",... ru i,
HOOD AM) WOMANHOOD AN n 21 INCH:
I 200 E. Call Street TELEVISION: consoles tit
41 :
I Gold Kist Pecan Growers lo .0 of the tiemendou tulating hr.it-1 ll"t uater down at Dabmer's.
per cent lsiTHK, LKMOK TK.UTH Dl',- 1 N Christian St U" I'.-' ni". I'n. llchsHKNTlls !

,: cost of government is due to detense S-ISTKOYN I ROIl" Starke Fla. rurnl-h..tI. A1-! : :J"- For' Sale: ,
I II i
iheaiiam !" -.itn.n. llrA
spending. "We must kee P FI.omu.iOOU NKWS.: ) '.'
(
Johnson next door 21(p 11
: our defense effol ts." he sau.1. : t Cottii ai ".':.fi North )," i s. ,
up
.f in, i-141. I... }4" '",'' ..' ,
I" r r
We Advance You The Market Price Whatever/ "but under the present Adminis- FOR SAI.K-.Celt.,.'ni Steps: 4 and.* l-,, :' Two furnish,, .11! v.a' rn' -i; 'I
-- i, ft. lengths Fre in.-t.tlUti.m .
.
II ;: ration's system of negotiateij tile work of all kinds Judd Tn. N Walnut Sir. I'. nr ., i..1 i $
I'l.fllllllsh.cl' h,.ls.| .It ]I''> '.
I b.ds instead of bids; I',. 127 Lafayette: Phone 21.1-J
competitive : .
If. hI! >tr---t $.Vi hit 1"1 i,, .-,'1,
L It May Be : on defense contracts we are not Q ri.oitin.KKAI.TY (0.

'M-TTLKI > rnuisTivv: I.\I'Y itnsioner -
getting: full value for our tax OF STAKKKIrlrphonr :
I ha\ modern apartment
IIIIt
dollar." Share with ariot h.'r obje.' I ".nipany :ts::

I WE ALSO PAY PATRONAGE REFUNDS. I Ilill Touching on the farm problem 'cdej J4 p. r \\ ...-k. I 11',011..1\, 1 355 TI'IIIIIIt'1'. !Starke. FU.F .
510 "x: <'h<'rrx :': :2tnl: lln.ir South:
i Rep. Matthews said that the I Mdo I'hlt

I I American farmer is not getting 'i: ::.\1.1"T 'Old a i .
_ lill I FOH RRVT -- Threl.l.. 'I' '''.io iiifurnisbcd ..,,, "
\\.1,1.-\ I
You Cannot Beat This Deal Anywhere, Because I'his fair share of the consumers a h""-.'. i.i.i |1'.1'I.. S'"rk. 'I'. ; >1"! \\

\ dollar. Faun income has diopped I'r Ph..ii.i't I'

; [ j st 0\1; (: A SM"KK \I ', .
23 cent in the past few t. .I \
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Stand A Chance To More .IK
You Get For Your
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: : Congressman said adding ,\ |I-., ,,\ f' '. I. :-.1| ;
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': that the present Administration
""1'1 I GET IN THE SWING TOSTEVENSONKEFAUVER F"I: I1KNT: Mu." : t. "
ha; done nothing to help the AXTKI' '.-K\p-r-n.: ; e.l \.r-. Ill"- .'|...Itr. ..' .i ; tt,1-f., .0/I '.' "
Pecans Even After Receiving The Market Price. h"Istel\ .1..1 '.11 ::1' f .r III ,
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I pght!: of the family-size farm iMtll I 1-"'t.,1. .' I I'
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: operator. "Farmeis are taught

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1"1" ar from pi .' >' '< 'li' .1 I i .1; ''. 'Ii T" .. -. '. .-
Ii ftlll'e.1! to buy in a piotectfinaiket "I' '..u anyiial- '- K ..\ i. rn.s i hrelial'le \ .r I II. .
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; WE BUY ALL KINDS ANY QUALITY ri''i and soil in an uni!>n>tet.t.'iJ,! Tro Dem .crVc: Party i k the P.u'y, f, ,r Y( )U. :.ia -1.... '|.arn W i it. I-. .iiI .i' "I. I! ... .". .1.I 4. .!iII
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il i n: ..tkt't: he dot'..aiedPresbyterian not l-T t!.... feY'Ju'C _'Jt a lot' to pi" tett hg

,""I i :ana r ,uc"i! ti< :uiinRemember : \It'llol.\ 111.11.111" (
f KOT: RENT -- *e\m I'.m |I".-i-. .
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;,,1' Men Old Ape Assistance i :Minimum ', ai-ri.s the l.ndKe on K: '.011 >t ;. ,. i I. ", '. . C- ,

We Have Receiving Agents At :";II \Va ('. FHA Social Security and many other "U"u"it,1'"I".i'h.J'h"n".. II"17 ilol.l I".If'.'iti'v,,i J-' .. ..,. v ,,' I.. .. I.

i .:i The men of the First Piesby- benefits including Florida's great. prosperity- j I C. ,'i" I ", hi. I.. Y ,
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"I' tenan Church held their Octobei producing military and naval establishments.The FOR sAlk: 211 A'-rt-s e.,.,1, f'U i', : : : : "
II'I' i me land Xi.-e C-rot.i.i I'"n"d.\\!
supper meeting in the Sunday Democratic Party brought you these things.It I 1.Il'hlrllnnlf' .; "',,','r an.I J fl.l :. f 1..0Itlu.Ht'UTY nt.OF I
;1 i school building last Thursday.: I well S-11: f"r t. ;<-i ami vt
will bring more. Vote for the Party of :ST\UKK:
Brownlee & Chasteen Iii IiiII 1 you rms on lull 1 S1. n..les I w.st .'I'Siark'
The Rev. W. S. McAliley, presided I '. 'IIi'pho .. i
Progress and not of privilege. Vote Democratic! on H.'v -2_ .Kn.-v M .a- :tS4
j over the business meeting. I Vote Stevenson-Kefauyer. ISavl s< H'n. i ..11 1ai- 3... .\ .c. :>UirKe. Fla.Temple .

I i and led discussion of Presbyteri -I' I lInda). Fla r.rrn.. lit :2: f:.,\ lStarke Iii I,

I i, .cc4'.eges: and theological semi- ,, Vote forSHVENSON \VAIKMOfSKNTEI: : : \r ,.r 1
CHASTEEN AGENT I FOR jt.F -- I'-d gj. rf.-.ni, h..lt- matelv j
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!i I I naries. I for President KEFAUVER for Vice President '. IW''e'1| ft ..::1-
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i A filmed worship STEVENSON-KEFAUVER COMMITTEE > Jo:. "Ktiielit 111 :N Walriiif St *'" Phnn. 4Fun :: "\. t.e- I') .: i
i : a sermon by Dr VernonBroyles : I 1V.IT I '
: :IIG i ; K: KKOW'NI.EK ST. I'IIOE1: .\ STAKKE: : Fl..\ il iI.,li, unng entitled "Put First Edward f Baordman, Chairman Robert M. Morgan, Treasurer IuENTarid: : '.-,lnhfd .':" fotFo '
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$ i :; in Your ["ney' was shown A. P""r :C ( I \U B. 'H "n i r.'IJ. T'I ,. I. .iI'I
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