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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:03399
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Long Is r Named 14-Year-Qd! Admits Break-Ins Negro Is Freed Issues Offices Await


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Head Of Council In Starkc; Awaits Court Action After\ ChargingArrest Voters' Okay Tuesday


A veai-old boy who has admitted bieak.ni; it'o t\ i h..--

To Study Taxes mts.piaies .n Starke was leleased into the i'u.tody m hi- p.ients > Improper I
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list \\eek ponding dec" 'ision of CounU Judge T A. Yawn .n ,
If till V the l'a'l"' .\ 'V! !' .' '11 : ye: ,u'r: : :,; .1 ( i'l ]I'.YJ: 1'\ ,.. id "

o. ,_.II1z.d, Biadtoid! Xtio w i-; di-iii..sst-d MioilCoint I dt'lllld; eh;.I'tn! .M .\t ar ..nnun. :'.7 fl>0) 1:1',1: ford. !
Sheriff 1'. D Reddi.sh said the lad has admitted that he !in i. t
/.'iv< Ti\ ('"uncil an i| I Ibl"Oke Mondiaitit turn piil t :,1 t ; : ,' p.,11.] next Tin--day. and
help
into the Andrews Motor Co and S. R. Johns' store on E. I Alt >; \ in .selecting a Lhair-1 I Fut, !
told the loutt tha'tithe .
Washington St last Thursday night. About $5 was taken from ; i Ii Eieit a l'!-e-. i I. ':,'
1 ::1.' list meeting Friday ) I'' art"E'st had been impfoperlv '
'_ I i-it finally more or less i. the auto company and some change, including rolls of pennies, made. Futch. MATTHEWS :Il'mtt'l State
appearing as council :21 I Elect ; .
a
i.ovein '
: i F: 'r. ,
i.one Long Bradford j from the Johns' store for William \
u. James ; TO PROD
I Lee. pointed 31 Decide \\ !.ethl'!' tli .' 1 : ., I _
1 .\ Assessor to accept the He entered the store- through windows at the rears of the II out that the art est was not'' 1
I VOTERS HERE toid County \' iI! <".: .hI1<. ,
buildings. : proper since ofticers vveie not :
count vuide .
fne ront to :.:1.:
r Mi1', hews, publisher of the I present at the scene of the i'
The arrested Staike fight
named co-chair- boy was by poluemen Friday morning I L v K.p. o. n, ( Kino j 011> Decide whetnei m ': >< '.,
::1 >: i was and no warrant had been issued
after called of his ninth BHS.
being out grade classroom at Matthews will State Legislature will be i
j ondiut a ( 1'\1'"
Ii i i:. Kelly, tax collector If the policemen see a crime
..' .. Police Chief W E. Thornton said he began to suspect the lad committed Futch said, no warrant I spi-aking ttxir of Bradford j portIOned in a manno1! h...-., : ., (

to nominate a after hearing reports that he was spending freely in town and C 'I"nd.att.'rnuun. to to the small (counti" tit F"I"i: ,
A. : !! attempt is necessary, but it the I'ast"is i
at the Bradford Fair. The chief said the IxMist the Ih'I'N'ratk 4-aiise fur i :Manv other office.in.1 i''-i -
as sex en County police boy paid
'''ii' i in was stymied brought on the affidavit of a ,
; the elc ti will be deuded b:1'! :
Ai-ie named but all asked his way into the fair with pennies. complainant the officeis should
: will la-gin hi- Geneta Election! baKoi: ]ill .;,-,!
n. w.tiulrawn because they did i| Other stealing venture have also been admitted by the boy have a wairant. ;i iJlayoi
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'I"lhin"lllI'dll| : !.' with address e\er" to confront voters ne'e! but
an
:i, .t, n.t\e the time to devote to the I the sheriff said : W T Jackson ngieeii
at I.iwtet at 'J He ; these are just a few ,'! the ;nuntiranati 1 -
:Mrs. :Martha Seifferinan, is congratulated; ly ln-r husband, Dick, i.sk in felt they were not qualified i( County Judge T A. Yawn raid the boy has requested to be I that the attornev was ryht! and Mill spi-ak in BnioUer p.m.at 3:1 ). '! ( : (' highlight!:

after winning the title of )Ir... I'niversity of Florida and the trojihj' ', sent to an institution rather than being returned to his home .dismissed! the John case, tn-t fired an.Jhrl' '' in Hampton at 1:15 and will Governor LeRoy iVilr.s: the
Negro. Peikins. S25
that goes \\ith it. The new queen is Hie former Miss Martha I-iiidriiin Long' name was withdrawn on The judge said he is studuni; the bov's background and family for wind up the afternoon ivilli a I onlv Demotratu nominee A !."
t tin-, fust nomination after he expiossed being involved in the sanir
tit :islarUeBRIDE. ".llIat1oll bet OKmaking! his oI"IlOn. fracas Perkins was not "|1".tTh m xiarke at ;5 p.m. (! will have Republuan oj>pi .'ion i-!"p
the belief that a person iepieentetl
the ballot here Hi" 'P"'Wlt'JlIam
= ;
council
bv
who LS diiectly connected with the :. \\ : A. Wa-hhu'ne
OF 3 MONTHS .J'I
tax structure being studied not Chaiges against two otlui! Nesines
Tax Assessor School Teachers the Democrats Ai! othei Democintii. n".'".intioin -
:i head the Council Raps involved in t as KssiM.ie Begin
T'S ,
Senator down ,
Adams and ht-r biothti' Ed-t tniond tin! 4: '
j After a deadlock was cached AtHnis, dismissal ,' < "!1stahle are Im..PI" '- 'oI A'-

Girl From Starke Awarded Title the nominee list was wiped dean For Students To Views their $2:) bonds vveie refunded" !' The tn Drive For though the name ot M.e r" : >-
made Seveial
: and a new start Using Spread woman testified that she hall been Large ('latunominee is the onlv (>>i.


Of Mrs. Univ. Of Fla. In Contest ,I Long members was able said and they conscientious believed Tax A.ssi-s.sor Gene Long Friday rapped school teachers said slapped he had tv Lee been, and hit with hei hi a othei stuk I,: uncontested punted on the races.ballot sp.[ ., .'ir is I tlu-e j>rvided <-

enough to serve in a fair mannei Election Turnout "
i for indoctrinating students with ideas about the county by Perkins. in each instance tm \'. ,t.-
Long called on the members to in- ."
j ; and the oter has the \'' -
tax set-up AS Lee was leaving the A blonde from Starke who has been married only [ makes sacrifices from their jobs of
pretty : Th Biadtoid writing-m hei
Long, .-:.speaking the first meeting of the Bradford room the mayor told him. "Xext < rountv I>eiiiotlatit '- ; any nan (
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tnree months last week walked away with the title of Mrs.University I to study the tax situation "This- i I time bring all the Executive i! wishes for any office in the Gener
County Citixens Tax (Council, noted instances in the past lawyers you Committee began ]I
of the most and
is one .
important J al KlectionI
of Florida for 1957; after with 29 other
competing I most serious problems facing :I I week in which children have come home from school quoting ,![ want to. we're going to be readvfor laying plans to promote a heavy I!
of students in annual contest In the 1952: Geneial EIect.n
wives an you.
the he said the teacher saying tax assessments should be voter turnout on Xov 6 to aid in.
people today, I I I as : .
Five Xegroes forfeited fines Bradford County polled a i The new title holder is Mrs returning Florida to the Democ- | surpi
Dick Seifferman, formerly :MISFMaitha I I "The problems should be faced I i I raised in the county 'II totaling J150 on charges of ratic fold mgly heavy vote of 3,2S'6'"

with the I,I do wish that if they had any gambling they failed to > per cent of the 4,833 qualmed
Landrum Now a junior Elks ScheduleI I appeal State
E.
; j Rep Doyle Conner
m the College of Education at theuniversity sound clear I| they would btmp in court. Policemen said they discovered |I i I voters at that time. If thev doa
Long said. He ( 'l and discuss them like i I i speaker-designate of the House ofRepiesentatnes
she was a 1954 graduate in the men in a card game ;; well next Tue.sdav the total
birs not to I! should Long said, "no' I called on the .
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in Reno should run close to 3. OO.(
of Bradford High school a "juke" in as they were sm< e
The daughter of Mrs Merritt I 2nd Berry Bowl with "just one I word by children what the I looking for another man About members to use e\'ery means they I:I the county now has 5,537 on its
could of
think to get people to !
The members situation is"
$3 was confiscated from the registration books
Williams and T. Frank Landrum, I gameLosing
the
polls. "We have awakened to I
both of Starke, she was marriei'on Council were I /?: said the teachers are say $25 bonds in the case The vote is always lighter in
the fact that the state could
Game Nov. 30 go
July 14. Her husband is frorr four that the reason teachers ar' 'I vveie Allen Leggett Bob Best !i i Republican," he said. the General Election than it is

St Petersburg ana a sophomor ferent phases the countv because thr Nathan Thompson and Melton |I I in the primaries because few

in the University College preparIng I city \' I assessor is not raising I Davis Washington Powell, owner j His comments sparked planning (sometimes none) of the Democratic

to enter a business adtninislation I The second annual strawberry i, and general.X taxes to provide adequate I of the establishment, f 01 eited a I! for a fleet of cars to transport I nominees have Republican
Bowl football game has been i voteis to and from the polls and
couise. M. Smith i $-)0 bond. j opposition
scheduled for the Bradford stad-I man of the I A Negro who claimed he I Idosen't fr an intensive telephone campaign I Tuesday
further charsred the teach j Fearing a light'ote next -
The new Mrs University of /:
ium Friday O30, to contact all of the voters |
to city \' ; drink was fined $25 or the Bradford ( Democratic
with saying that Bradfon3 I|I CounU
Florida sponsored in the contest the Elks Club, sponsors of the I Conner said that the North
mittee are teachers the lowest fidays after officers testified i]I I Executive Committee i-
tv the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity I are
event, announced this week. Florida counties must stack up ,
the nod Harley Jr. and in the state He challenged he had j staggered and "showed making a concerted "get out thl'"ote"
gained of the after
judges The teams to participate in the E. W. Hayes I I claims tha the ways of a man who was j I !large margins for the stevenson- effort Workers ha\e been
they sampled lal fjod* I bv pointingout '
spec pre I Il 'Kefauver ticket to the
overovtne
program will be announced later rountv \ ( j drunk or dlJp d. The man Wil- ,
pared by the contestants, com i : .) there were 23 countier I alerted in each of the county's
in the season after more complete I l I said he dazed j I Eisenhower vote majorities <; in the
lie
pared personality and poise at a G. I'GArii.! I Rank III teachers wer | Dunns way. was I' eight fpiecmcts and will provide

tea anj judged a beauty contest on-lost records show up the I Walter Sibley '] less than in Bradford Ran1 at the time after being thrown southern counties... in' $$ state free transportation to and from

Mrs Seifferman was crowned gridiron leaders.Irvm On the I teachers are those holding from the tailgate! of a truck in ."It will be proved "th'at NoithFolnda the polls for those who need it

Robbins, Exalted Ruler of Airs. E A. <- deiee" which he had been riding is a determining factor in This service may be obtained tv
'K Mr.s Saia Carr winner of the year i
'lI'St11'10 University of Florida II the Elks, said that top high school I' Denmaik. R A i| incident which protibl\ Imposing the sentence. Mavot ,, elections! it we can overcome the I calling the headquarter offu

, ontest last year She received teams which can piovide thulling Lawson and off the teacher activitVj Jackson said "I'm satisfied the i j,[ damage to the ticket done in phone 169. in Starke

I football will be sought Only dent Harmon [ i I officers wouldn't make up the :, IMde Broward and Palm Beach Proponents of a fne mntiol
oouquet of led loses and a to Long's leniarks was p .
"
I II 1mties
teams winning at last half of Guy And stm'y." !i c he said for Bradford Countv also
ate
" ophv and will be featured on j j'he bv School !Superintendent ; unit

Dames float in the Homecomnw their regular season games will chairman of I ': Morgan p
: parade today (FridayI I. She be eligible I I mittee. On at Bradford Hip* : field forfeited a $25 bond on a goal of at least 25 cars to trans and record a heax'v \ote
it'! be p1 esented prior to the GaiJro.U The proceeds of the game will go |I Matthews, Mrs. at the request of the : disorderlv conduct charge and ,, port voters They also planned topovide I at the polls TuesdaEleven \

tonight. into local charities and to aid the CU Whitehead.embers I Frances McAlpen forfeited $25 fofightin baby sitting !service ant'lhelp constitutional annndnif -

Harry Anna Crippled Children's I of the points thought UP :, and disorderlv conduct families in other wavs so I nts. some of them ..f \.1!

Home at Umatilla. A parade and the first |I Morten was the difficulty f :, A $50 fine was forfeited b' that voteis i ,mid get mt tni in'i'oitan e to Ii" uiloni. ('. 'n"' "
New Office
Building I half time entertainment is being will take to I Bradford school system ir Dock Hutchmgs on a chaige of- \i-tp I'" .\11i he o" TiI'"ja\: 's i 111"t"'

Opened By Dr. Ritch planned for the afternoon and study will be ; well trained teachers 1lr < driving while intoxicated and S2.:

I II,|i c'ningpl"Oram. the budgets of I I that three teachers will b' was forfeited by James Gncr on

!D i T i ; Ritth \this week. staitrt :,j Neatly $1,000 was taken in at !!j studied People : here bv next semester an.' : an intoxication charge. Fire Control Measure Makes 3rd Bid
. I !! Forfeiting S10 fines for running -
-, his first boards being
1\ .ng: patients in new the bowl game last year de- don't know where we'll get ,

ii ice building:: on East Call St i s pite freezing weather the night I j jto attend | i irorl"an i 1 red lights in srhooone1!

The mt.'iioi decorating of the 'jof the contest Last year Quincy ,j; tions of auoted Minimum; Foun- were Cleveland Dm ham. Xegio: For Of Voters On

,)(lit e has not yet Leen com- 1 beat Bishop Kenny 20-7 I|I study. \ P>.A T!>m f *ures whic1tliaf Ann Fee. Xeerro. John W Sapple Approval Tuesday

.deit r>i I itch said, and them I 1 Moigan, ( in 191S Bradfo and \\'. .V Spenoe
I Graham Moultrie lost S2.:'> when
il of new furniture chairman, !' .
is r"nkpd ; IlJ'noYl tnr Poi. tile tliiiii time TSiailton i l' ;: 'ouniHiat est.iblislimei'! ..I'HImalnt..l1an !
tiled Offices Closed welcome to sit he failed to anpear to answt"1charges ''I
'
aw
'II; I i iOi 1 ''' in teacher salaries!' witvI COlln.tl'l"' will decide next'Tuesdav e of .t tiie prol"I"I'!

Kite h said that an "open The members j 1 I 11 counties paving highe-1, ..f driving without a permit. whethei 01 not the\ unit heie '.\ Iii jeqin. tn aoj l All courthouse offices, with the '
iou.se is being planned upon the I full Council want File Control I'mt est iblished tax lev
: a y
,iimplet II' of the interior WOI k. exception of the Supervisor ofRegistiation. I I' nights at 7:30: I i J h,' IK& Jforfan !,.ir1 Donnie McColle was fined $2;) here j jI .
I' | Advocates of tht unit in nnt! nri
will te closed all 1 and his wife wac
fie estimated that about two I After the ; slipped to the l.V 'or intoxication .
had When presented in 19 >0. a light
i that the countv will get a ;"nar-
no.. weeks will be needed to ap- day Tuesday. Xo6. General the Council is- 1 i with onlv 11 counties n'v Put on probation for 30 davs aft
"off ballot saw the :
>iv the finishing touches. Election Dav The offices are dations to the /: : IP!'.. for turner sa'a' ''!ps H er being found guilty of intoxi posal year"defeated by a narrow mar pio- I' gain additional for a few thousand doll*! s m

Woik is also! scheduled to start being closed in order to avoid in turn will ; : tn< t tpaehnrsouM "n 1- ration and profanity expense Thev sn
: of 570 to -J93. Two year.'
gin that the county's share of this
,In a pal kmg lot <: which paid the high
to avoid fusion tht 4 Join Guard Unit later, in a heavier, presidential- j expense w;ill be around $a,9'W annuallv.
he building and on landscaping ("on around State Lt> .! : salaries!, 1
vote, of fire control
year opponents while State Federal
aad
the i:(nunds polls ; : Roth I (",!' aid )forf''n call :: ln Recruiting Drive '' increased their margin of matching funds will amount to

: : I j for Piihlic nnd rstond-nf o '
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Vote victory. HaG to flG9. The proposal 'some $24000 per vear This
: financial; nlis-ht) of the !srhoo' Four men joined the Starke was not presented to th money will be
spent in Bradfon'
Tornadoes To Entertain Seabreeze; t ?tate Rep I coii"tv fina"ial; snictu'- National Guard unit this week voters in 195: J. County, except for items of pqlllp-
| oan't ffi thp ooii"tv mit (0'I to drive '
I Staike was I in response a recruiting The defeats of 19M and 52 I ment that cannot be purchasedhere

I stress without coooer now underway were sparked by vigorous last- ![ they
I say.
I chairman
as
Eke Out 1 Point Victory Over Perry I activities! I I/'"!" "'lid."hut I can P*,' ,: The new" members are Sp-3 minute advertising compaignf!' The county J3990 share

Kefauvei I 'nwnprs in such a fix the Robert N Rogers!: who transferred stage bv opponents of a countywide be paid out of the mtv

i nov the'r' tav s" He sai'* from CoB'' at Camp unit. This time, that opposition general rev
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Th. n.ldt"ord High Twna.oes'dsl !.; the Peliv men but were able to Connei's I r qH7P levy
check with on all taxable
Frld.ni ht notched up I capitalize on only one. They lost I tions to be :i 'pointed out some of the nrnh | l'rooker.: Allen Mann and Butch has been lacking Just what effect Florida law provides that property this

the ball to Bulldog recoveries" on faced ii ra''!'infir assessment" ?mith both of Starke this will have on the outcome wil tax
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'ben fourth win of the season by i to Opel ate cannot exceed two mills
.he other two occasions. t '. "'tp","tion WT The enlistments bring the total be detetmined when the votes ai' whi.h
'.osing out Terry 13-12 to convince vote' : I would mean about 70
All of the fnoringi1 Frida I into the discussion > enlisted strength of COCOO to counted next Tuesdav. I rents ta>
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Head Coach Lennard Regis- da\. '. on each $1,000 of taxable
that the boy have what it t night's affray took place in thifust I I I "- evnliired 11 ie hinNhi' H Authoiued. eni'.sted!! strength Opponents of the measure have ;jty. Homesteads of proper
'less
'.. half with Perry" holding the II ic..it. rut-d i.n Piire. Si foi! th. unit !is 124 ba-eri! thn opposition on th< than
'Kes' jeik the rug out from edge until halfback Harold God I $5.000 valuation, and those of irrties
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ui'dei highly touted Seabreeze or jess are
win plowed over for the deciding I exempt

Mil : extra point I If the control unit is appr! ned

.,,,.,'h., Uis will have to be on I Godwin dashed over from the i Honored At Texas Meet next Tuesdav. the Board! of fvn,

-"- to win this one Regis- ty Commissioners ..
is author,
jcne; vaid line to tie up the ball ? ,".'i especiallv since Seabreeze :jgame6, to climax a 5* vardiirarch sign a contract with the Florid.]
> I
ht., .. ?mining for the Torna-j' after receivina t'le! ku k- ,If.n.l. County > .igi.i ultaial: C :rfik ,.t Sal dSCt.ti Atruultuie Albeit Raines Ala Board of Forestry to establ,.;h a

for the upset I :" Geoijie T Huggins last Huggins described the Texas bama unit here If
isvenge j ji off afiei the Perry tout hdow n i j congressman. and Willard > State .,ml Fed"! ,1
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:-- i I.:,ted. them last year.arh : I!The extia point try on the fnt.scoring : e.eued reiogmtion for his convention as "the greatest thins j Fifield, provost of agriculture at..: funds are available: .ons'i 1 ', f ,?

> expi essed confi- venture failed : ..nongsen'! re to farmers in'I' I've ever been to_" He said the !, the University of Florida of towers and telephone iin a'l '

.: if the bovs. playas |I A recovered fumble -.p. tiu' "iintv as he was presented days were filled from early'! The county agents were escorted other neces.sary n,w i\' >m"nt-t .i-

1 is well as the' know !' Starke 28 yard line open,-.l 1 tn, .1 .-t .Rsmshed' service award at | morning until late at night with ,. on tours through chemn al begin Juv! 1 197 WI'? :1, tl'
I
A'til come out on top.I'door for the set'''nd T.'rn.Jj ', '*::es during the National ( informative addresses and diS'us'f'ons : plants and were treated to lavish flr(" >
no doubt tli it Sea- touchdown : A:.rents Association in with a wealth of entertain- barbecues and feasts Huggm*< Oct 1, l<>.-,,
a Chailes Xoegtl a'Godwin -: :
the taste>:t team ;, alternated in blast.ng t::, '! Texas jnient: thrown inI said The fount iU. ,; n,,' -! .-
". Perry line to gradually A oik t 'I many | reported tha <=pvem! IIg its sharp "f till' < ,-' ''.t.'
., ;er th.iii Dradii : oi.da to receive this the talks Huggins said_ to'jurge Oft
ward the goal. Noeeel sm-ed was : governors including Ailfnipr" 1. 1&.7 or '--.f-T! .'
: The Seabreeze ialso named to repre- the agents to "keep up "' 1yard'plunge an.! t".d. !..\ (.n 1.01. s pi' >( 1.", : ; 1'IJ i .
.*, w.th lettermen F'i.da on the national ]I with the times and use new made the winning ex'a p.-: program> and i< op! p.nrnents cost of towers ielcpr;, .:'. nand .. ,
'"' f\, t. j t .i ('ommittee for11 : methods and varieties .
during tht ',- ,.
n other
f : he
The first Perry t.1 i, :h,in.-, .< I npiovem r' > i J' I.,

.1 Seabreeze has a 5-1 j jumg set up as a Pei i \ ;1'::' : -.rls. As a member of The speakers and panelist. also' has been ,n > <'I.1t.! .Iz..n' .' "ri-: paid for bv !'tlt.- ,i .i i r'.d. ,

been up>et 25-HJ|!uffed on the St' ": t, I r: -, in Huggins said his sti essed the importance of all He has s,.!'v.-d i .1 Bi .tflfoity -: C ,,?-.- Funds

With wins o\tr St line and the B.K!,., ,_ ," ''! be to ,tudy problems county officials working together sinte Jan. 1. 1953. The herfdriiiartef"All .f ". .....f
t Deland 1 I "ll1d is needed to cam outireitive 'I and understanding each other'si his
and Palatka, of the bC.'. p Among projects here have !. If ,
possession r i. : :. app.oi. f)( p ( ,, ,, ,} r.
: ,mon the top : club programs. I i plans and problemn Hugg.ns been improvement in the soil
lontl"n-I lada were f.r '. on StiR.ad 100 b =
stymitti a \ .. :- the
: nption on certifi- added.
i conference through .
u i constant
They de- but were able to lap.tt.'t: .\ :u- Pf''t' hmg"f I."k. B.j'ler; .
l1... ,'ka 21-0 'eie.\td by Huggins said Huggins dreported that several i i the need for more they revovered .1 p-"t 0},* ktLy I'.i \IUOKI\ rey Tuesdav- & .:i .t( ti,.
!i : ( .tithin wa1- presented "for 'gl'vernors. including Aleln Shivers As result
: a of
i. w ,'k Huggir.i .
hard chaigmg by the Tornado Lne V'IID.- T 1'JHt..n -! .tted as f,,.j.\ ,
: 'ertifuate' 1 and efficient service to the of Texas and On-ille Faubus of i ton; of soil
: .If. d testing For
line impio.eient
prevented Perki. They forged ahead again m the a f;' r nfro| Jnlt
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'" for his 3 rh industry" The Brad- Arkansas, addressed the nearly; in yield have been son in Irisni
king extra Against fire
points and second quarter after their fleet I a ron'n.l u'11'iIt
1 is ..tulllin agI'ntlS hosen for the 1500 county agents and their ,otatoes.
BHs gins i peppers beans and .
to w.n hth" .ne iiuaiterback John FaII.h: ti.it- : is pa reij: 'n 'J-;. h".1 .

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IIIIIIIIIIIIII/IIIiVIII. ft>o''! we were honored ty her present ''AGE TWO hrlulh. NOXMII5KKStiukland : '
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editorialNo ...... Mis: o Kate Bowen substituted fur him. Satjrdav: nlgh' : .\
.. CLAY HILL and Bailey .
DiaryBy Rex 1'attei.s.m ,.
.. Lang ot Jacksonville spent several of Atiant'iBoulexaiii the nmgregit
... days last week with Gertie Fair- ( hm'1! .1.ii Ksonx lilt. than it has I t'

Such'Animal' ....... Sam :McGarvey liy .\I r... J. L. olrid.lltlloi: cloth And the William Halls of Beaih evil!: bti uiil' piett'iei "i satunnxNext '-

.. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsurprise Jacksonville visited the Ernie

Once again, in this: election as four years: ago. 1 1 r a a BirthJaj Dinner Padgetts and Mrs. Fain-loth last -t "

we have the paradox of Democrats coming out for i See where Richard Carter is Frida.x

Kisenho\\er Democrats for Eisenhower they call .. t-uilding a new home out on the The neighbors ciet-'ded to givea Mrs. Louise Robinson and Mrs. Tue&liy VOTE ,
.. Dud'' Y Norman highway right bins \ smpriMbntnda\ dinner for Grace Ginn of Jacksonville visited

themselves.:; .. father's place. Arthur Gaskins ReJ.. L Stiukland' ;last Sunday Faye England last Saturday.The for Governor )

Once again we brand this type of thinking !j".r i ..1. also is building a new home near instead of Tue.srt.n. which is his Clay Hill PTA held theft ii

what it is : a patent absurdity It is the soot- ... there. birthday. Right after church Halloween Carnival last Fnd.t\ LeROY ,

thing. in our opinion as if the congregation ".1'! i i. neighbor-) and fnends began t.) night but bad weather K.'p': '

a.mall town Methodist Church should become .. Alice made a delicious pie and gather in, bringing huge boxes of some folks 'away so they did-: COLLINS .4 z .

captivated ,by the charm and appeal( of a Uap-; (I"" .." '.' ;,r ,.' In.' 1 \. put it on the kitchen table to cool food. Two beautiful birthday make as much money as ""U"r ;a
to attend the }lSapti-4; XX'e delicious for think cakes were brought one a four- They paid $40 on the flood hig'tat -
tist mini.sttr They begin pat! J- u .'I iii. i .' ::1.. line be- say we it
tier cake with 75 candles on it. the school house, howevt-i :r;.i i ihelped
Church and support the Iapti! tenets at theamt' !: .,1 [l'i' .: Aithough was We didn't know for sure, and
Maxxillebrought
time proclaiming are till Methodic a't.' h.d 1 in .'\'. ml i nt of rain we tan't find out. Leo ate it, and Mrs. Thomas iioin wIth other project

but we will support the'};aptist minister Idtelthe bell us .srom to glory he is in disgrace again.. from Middleburg this one. brought and Mrs another Lane- Mrs Ricnaid Mosiey is ahlt t.. Florida Is Now Making Its

it. Xnxhoxx.. Danaie looking Ws've worried sit up and walk around s!"m
in Deen about the
We do not question the right of anyone toleave with candles on it. We lit the Greatest
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mightx good. fold rascal for we are treating him again Gains In History !
the party or religion or fraternal organi- candles on the largest cake and. Mr. and Mrs Son Padgett announce
again for heartworms. but if he
sation with which he is affiliated and join another .. \ believe me. Mr Strickland had the birth of a son in
Had enjoyable visitith keeps on stealing things, he'llhave do blowing toget LeRoy Collins has made Ire Governor -
-but we do take issue with those who for an than to some powerful Bradford County Hospital last a
Jim and Kessie Strickland (she more heartworms to be them all out. Finally made it ALL Florida and ALL Floridi F'.oi' .,1
best known to themselves, give lip service bother him. xveek. -
reasons writes the Clay Hill notes) at on the thud blow. several gaining by leaps and bound
to one. and moral, financial and physical Hill farm recently. Ca. Last Thursday evening
their Clay
Those present foi Ihis'ond..r- of the people met a rattlesnak-
support| | to another. The Democratic and Republican Mr Strickland told us many Head the other day that there ful feast were Lillie Fields. John on the road to Long Branch LeRoy Collins seeks in Tuesday's Genei.i!

parties have very different aims and objectives stories of the early days of this is one animal that. believe it or and Eettv Ciumbelow George Church Melvin Watson got ou Election the support and confidence of ALL i. .t 1-

and to believe l in one is necessarily to disbelieve iection, and even gave a very not doesn't grow bigger; and better Fields and Mike Byrnes, from of his car and beat Mr. Snake to zens who want sound and progressive gOH'1 n-

in the other. caustic imitation of a panthei'ssci here in Florida! than it does el. e- Jacksonville, Kev and Mrs Lane death with a limb. It had 12 rat ment.

The past four years of Republican} } Party rule where. It is the frog. This writer and daughter Clara. Mr. and Mrs: ties and was five or six feet long.

:showery clearly just how different the two XX'e had a laugh while we were said that the largest frogs are Arthur Hatcher and) daughteifrom Not long ago Martin: and Tracy FLORIDIANS Let's show our confidence

parties are. rating chickand dumplings found in Virginia, where bullfrogs Middlebuig, .1. K:. KdenfieldHarriett I'adgett killed another rattler in our Governor our approval of his line

with them. Mrs Strickland was often measure IS inches in length. Sianley.11'. and Mrs: that was about six feet long. record Let's show we're proud to have Floruia
private
Look at the record on public versus dishing out some of the fine That is a lot of bullfrog1' Jones Thomas and children of Feems I'm not the only one in in the front rank of progressive states WIth the
of the nation's resources, for example said
development dinner and she stopped and : :\la\: \'iItP.abe, I'adgett. Mr. and these parts who goes on the war leadership of a progressive Go\-crnor.
Shortly after taking over the Republicans "That was something hard I hit Heard kills
sen. Russell Long give: Mrs: Ernie I'adgett. and GertieFaircloth path and pests
showed their animosity toward such pro- with the spoon then it must have. the Ike Republicans a fit the" all of Clay Hill After Jones (Tommyi Thomas delivered -

jects as TVA, and their manipulations eventually bten one of my dumplings." other d.iv when he spoke in the dinner we enjoyed singing his first message as a '"'

brought about the nefarious Dixon-Yates deal. Starke He told the following hymns all aftt'l noon. Virginia minister of the Gospel at the

Study the present Administration's passionfor : Went out this week to Keystone story on lawyers: Said that whenever Hatchei tried pla)eng my accordion Long Branch Church last Thursday ( Vole to Elect t

big business: as exemplified by special tax Heights tu interview "Uncle you found two farmers arguing and made fast woik learning night. XX'e wish him Godspeed \

and the boosting Dave" D.tKer. who is the father of about the ownership" of a cow \\' thank all for an afternoonth in this xx-oik vULLmJ
benefits to huge corporations with .. T' M Knight, who was tu LeRoy Your GOHTIKUPolilicol '
the benefit of the coupon Mrs. S. K Kennedy He is 06years one pulling on one end l. ;and it was sp..lally enjoxed
of interest rates to amid.pper one tuggingun the other \miil l lent' Uihi1'idgett mil Mi pieath tin us at Clax: Hill last
old and a mOl spry j
clippers along Wall StVeet Then study the recordof : man of that age you will be sure to fmj a law\fi -ifing\: :' :"'u' K'in; 'I in tin1 oldest jifoplcin Situidax: night, was unable III> ( ,; AdV. fgid Foe by Stair CoPar9r Treat I {

failure to implement measures that would haw never see Expected to find him the middle Hulking! !IIi' ., ,.a' Iii !Mi s iiniiuumtx. and xxe attend due to illness e\.1 I L

aided small businesses and perhaps prevented snoozing away in a chair but -

thousands of them from folding up as they have when we got to Mrs Kennedy's R e v '-na. -
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in the past: four years. hume Uncle Dave was out taking 'Y\:{ '

(Consider the record of the Republicans on : walk for exeicist1! C 9P

the farm problem which has steadily worsened : i ,.;

since the appointment of Ezra Taft }Benson; asSecretary Hub Carter vowed he wouldn't : ,

of Agriculture. Far from showing plant any berries this year, but he ,,; i

concern over the plight of the small farmer told us this week he had set out : ..,.. .:
the 12000. "I just set them out for
the Administration: forces have termed > .. e.ry' ...,
he explained.
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the missus
have
and
small farmer "inefficient" .
average *
solution i is to let him go out .. :! :::
admitted their only : rain, : }.
We keep right on getting : .. : :,
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When they .
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quickly as possible rising .
of business as and the rivers and lakes are .. '
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all after the cam- :
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finally took any action steadily. If this keeps up we '

paign started) it was to adopt a program that won't hear any more about a low : :'1>

still leaves the small farmer out" in the cold water level'! for some time to TELL ME RILEY : I \ lj' ]

the so-called "soil bank plan. come. ,


inflation Look is at concerned the record-of and the which GOP they as far claim as hook We called ale reading"Travels a of wonderful'William WHAT GIVES YOUR CAR SO L ;


with a straight face, they "halted" when they IJaitram.: which covers the trip? ,cc

went into office. Today the cost of living is at this naturalist made in Florid MUCH PICK UP AND GO ? .

an all-time high. The Republicans attempt to hack in 1791 We particularly enjoy >

brush that off by pointing to the high level of the refeiences mad to this
and lush area. He tells for ex
general
business of huge corporation earnings rx t ,..".. .
of i.mple. that 'gators were everywhere "": """'
nothing of the millions :: %
dixidends. They say then and that game suchas i:..>. .
who find '
persons on a fixed income or pensions bear, deer and panthers were '''': '<,,,,/< ..

it harder day by day to make ends} meet in a found in abundance. -'. ''' .." ;:.. ..J
big-business economy. XX'e have often wondered abouta k.' .:..'::' .. ... ..a.t < .

The Democratic Party on the other hand little green frog that we nave

of public resources on our front ] stands for public development "
: "less frog"; .. .. .' SURE THING CHUM-
fur the greatest benefit to the greatest number ; this is the green ; : '., ,
writes that the little frogs in- ;:h..t.
for big
opportunity for mall as well as

business for equal; for a farm program that will help ALL I'abit young houses chickens make and noises that they like iJiCLANBURNrNG;: ( NO-NOX.

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farmers not just the big-time MidAVest operators chirp just before a shower.

: for the betterment of the common man a GULF TAKES OUT THE GOO 4j'

the Joe Smiths of the country. if you please as Talk about what a plague of ,

osed to the GOP policy of helping Mr. Big locusts will do to vegetationyou '
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opi should see what Daisy did to all AND GIVES YOU MORE GO
become )Ir. igger. : t
and flowers aroundour
steadily gaining strengthin the shrubbt'ry ?> .. ;
The Republicans are .
place She cleaned up praeti- > .:
this state. Although question their judge- tally eeileaf on every bush .

ment we have no criticism of those who, after and at first Alice was afraid they

studying both parties carefully choose the GOP would nvike Dais sick. But after k > .

openly become members of the GOP. and vote Alice saw how much damage ..
Daisy had done she stopped .
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the GOP ticket .. ....:.. +
But as for Democrats for Eisenhower woimng about her immediately. ", :

there just "ain't no such animal" And the sooner ,Y"U LO\F tillIM'M' t.tt'rI.rullk I GET IT.: NO-NOX KEEPS '. .2 tr

they quit kidding themselves, and trying to kid priist'-size fountain pens in .. ,

all concerned IliL..tt-1 ..had.... Only' $3.09 at Hrail- '" + '
better'for r
us. the YOUR ENGINE CLEAN YOU KEEP 'E'1/
ford ('uuni TI'I"2"raph.O'rlCF. : y

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Avoid SuspicionA In I irrull Court, llrnilford Co..,". THE HORSEPOWER YOU BOUGHT frI
Doors
Open Klorlilnt I. fhnnrrrr.I ;: .
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reporter last week tried to attend tiff \ \nniU.: 'KI'zlI1ar..k., !>."- R. :\:.: !: ....<"- .. ,. .. 1 .,
Telegraph l.ml.iiit i-i' X"- 101871Anllrr ..... :;:.,- """"' ._ ,. ._. ... H meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of the Tn tpprart. .. ...('.'t.'*.. ... ,: : ... 00/;'" <.<,<> w-":." ..: .w ,,'.
a T. .\\nn.il It* K.,' zlIl.\r..k.! wlv-p iy
Bradford County Hospital. but was denied admittance i.M.t.it.. .' .irnl! .iiMi.-- I'nknoun. o
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known
::ml "h *- li-t } ):
'::11 \\'. \\ . We felt then and still do that the people of 5' { :
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You are hereby notified that a ,/if.r' : .i..;. z -,. /. .:
Bradford County are entitled to know the activities suit for divorce .....At'}..:>! ".... Jt ,
the f#,
activities of lia heen filed against yojj in ,. .
behind the
and the reasons above named Court and cause and :

this and every other lx dy that is supported by you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of : 1i :- ,,'

tax extracted from tax payers whetheron l-mnlalnt on the Plaintiff Attorney
money .
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a federal! state county, or municipal level. Cuidng..la.! I k.*>HAlllf. Fla.and a x.< 4 it,
to the benefit of members file the original in the officeof
Open meetings sirve the Clerk of the Circuit Court on d Y f Jr ,,
these boards as well as the public Meetings or hefure the ii 5\, a 1i
of
"_,;'h dos .-f X.\.II1I.. r.",i.ntheruisH .. .... .
in which the doors are opened to the press tire allegation of sail >, ,
Suspicions : I'omplalnt will be taken as contented
and public produce( a healthy atmosphere by you. V &
that members of the boards in question This nonce shall be published <' n z
(flee each week for four ennsecntlveseeks
have something to conceal will disappear. In the BRADFORD COUNTY

When we tried} to attend last xxeek's meetingwe 1'El.EttlA!' ,i.1: 'la!Pit!- _"' d! dos ..f Xii\; > ml...r,
met with the query. "Who invited 1':';: .N,
were OFFICIAL SRAU' Charlen A. Darby aA'
?" Frankly it set us hack on our heels. In Clerk of the Circuit Court .
you of Bradford By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk :i<;., ; ..
the course of trying to Keep the people 1" J'j 4t 11;1C -

informed as to what is going on in ., .'.. r ;/ '
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County In I lie irrult t ourt nt Ihr ritlilhJuilirl.il ;o/A :
I their tax- upporh'l boards we attend meetingsof 4 irrull' of I'loriilj In andI'or '. eho" Yv .fy, .'"::1Yf7,,,,

a great number of public bodies in Bradford In llrailfuril t liamrrt.llnrx (.nuiiM : : \Y /b "' ; R > "
imitations, I T II,;'. h..II.I! I'nititiff, %sO #fry
for special
If waited i ..
we .
County :
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we would attend fl'if any. Most of the officials U'U..! ,.> ,..:': ....',.,..... .,..<.,.,.-'W"'.' ., ..
\alirr ..f 'oil ,.. .. "
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realize they are serving y -- ,* ;. j _
and city. __ __
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here both county 1 1'I : -i .f FI..r'.I.t ToO: ... '" I'
club i r..-- >J 11.u. in 11 y
the public and not operating a }private I' \'. I.x :J:.". :" ... ... ..m z...: .
of the to attend.It S nilh i'.ti"lma .>::;f' .W. .-k". .. # '
They recognize the right press XlxrllI'tarh: '. ..WX !" ,
\ .,,, .oe herflii"tifi,> had been a long time xve're glad to say. ll<.nrT Mil. lull h,i* filed .1 uitau ... .. .
vine the press was barred from a meeting of ,iin-t you in th-- I'lri-mt Court i fFloiula '
eighth Juilmal I'iniiit in
officials though those same officials "ml 1. t' I'.ruUnnl t'."inn. FI..rid.iTlir .
even .
public be natnrr ..f this -mt :s dionYou ... S .- ,.. U ,..." ,
knew that temporary embarassment might alh...trby rtiqiured ti> fil-
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caused by the printing of their statements or ac \our 'tll". "..r ..r ..Ih.-. ploadininli.'
the i'I. rk ot the ahoXf named "u cf
t tions. They seem to recognize that the public and --.rx>. .i .'.<'I'Y of >''>urn--". r
to ..r otlur |>]<..idine upon I'la ntiff.itt.itn.'x "
Stth,' public has a right
the tab
is paying "- \t Ii.uamrs and .idilrt--egqru Get
clean-burning
i..1]f*a .m or' t.r..r.- \ember
know what is going on
".. T'lii; 1I..r..in fall not oi .1
Since the Bradford County Hospital is a I"r.- ..- 1'r' (',."ft'n will boo ..nt..r..1
fund :.s: nn-t ) ..u I'X( tU.f.mil.
!public institution. supported by public XITNKinx; hand andei' ,.(
IH valid reason that it should 'h.! i',urt .t' S: u'v'. lr..lf..t,1: t'.'Mi, .
here! seems to no 1Ft'r..l.. I1'! ,- 'Jn.1 'Itv ..t. .. ..I'rrV UL NOlOXin
t tv any exception to the rule. it l': :.';
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t'lerk tif i iri'ii' i''n.'t ,.f I'riJ-: I
.'. See William BenJiz
fold .unt", Flor.diT5y
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c..s2.52525 5Z55i.
? Mar.an U Cro"l.y. Deputy Clerk The Life of Riley
i'.a..n i .s: i'! .:...Ii .1-I sir First Sti the "highvalue"gasoline
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ; t i ,\ 'i. 1'.1: i 1 .V't. ..-.nrf.,1 Canrultlocailistingr .
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DRi01 EST. 1879 A

FLOklDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS'
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.J vru-dt' UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD, Vote For Forest Fire F. REGISTER -

f PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERFD AS SECOND CLASS I
" MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE Al STARKE FLORIDA UNOES I
1 Protection Nov. 6
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,," 'Y9Y" '....... :md )Ir. and )11:>. R. G. Keene in than Eduaii d.! Mo'hu and! son J.1l k..nnlll'eIe Saturday guests I n dayMis. __ __= -= = ===_= __ u_ = : .=-
Jacksonville doing nIcely a'l'\\ dl Mi and! )h". D. B Thomas! Nell l! D-\dl'n ot J.loin-I>: (1- -
I nlle was the Satuidn cm'!ti i I
\ )lr. and Mrs. jje staling and We are sorry to report that The Ernest Rauleison family Mr. and Mrs i'eir. I>, YOU'LL) REALLY
daughter had a> v.et-.end: guestsMr. Mrs. Gertrude Palmery nurse of I had as Sunday guests Mr. and ;uest. of :; uiS. LIKE A&r.U.)
to Mrs L. E. Smith and Mrs Pearl
\ M. Blanchard, is confined
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and Mrs. Charles; Starling .
By Mr Joyce T. I'uttb ; with Raulerson of Marietta. Quincy Cruce was t'iiu.vi IM i
and daughter of Highland and|I Bradford County Hospital ;
,...........44&446444444 Mr and Mra James Starling of an acute attack of asthma. : Everett Burney of Jacksonville! 1 bicycle as he was being 'hued! '
Starke. Mr and Mrs James Anders of : visited his mother Mrs. GeorgiaAnn t by a car on Sunday afteiii n .ni: &
I Mand 1 Mi'ft. \V Si-p and ,, Palatka were Monday evening Sapp, Sunday afternoon. was carried to liudtoid C. .'.' f iMllhES !
Wayne Harp-! or jjtarke spent I
M-:> \nnn' Stevens ot jKkson-I hadas Hospital. I
guests of Mr and Mrs. O J. An- Mr and .Mrs Bill Pendavis
\ ik' ',ere dinner the weekend with his grandparents ;
Sunday guestof ders and Billy. Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mr and Mrs Ed Cn'Randy ':
II1! mil Mis Arthur Pearce. : Mr and Mrs Carl Prevatt Mrs. Nellie liar ::ouser and ; Mrs Cecil Harden and family of Stalling spent Mr: 1 1.<:, ,
:Mi and Mrs Guy Futt-h. Mr I Kev and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Highland.Rev. lernoon in Jacksonville:> it.
and :Mrs: Castles, and Mr. :; and children were Saturday night i Blanchard Lives.
Henry i Jacksonville and Bob James Moore of Jacksonville ;
guests of Mr. and Mrs Noon Mottin For Cooking & SaladsWESSON
I and Mrs Leon Sauls spent Sun- Brooker. : of Lake City visited Miss Enza filled the pulpit at Highland Mr and MJS J, D Clarke .,""i /

rI.I\I in Jacksonville with )Ir. and 'Blanchard during the weekend.i i Baptist Church on sunday family and Mis L.. L Clnk.'
MI-. Leroy Priest They also The Fred Moore family had as Mr. and Mrs Carl Hilliard I'and was the dinner guest of ViSited Mrs. Perry New some n' I'V
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visited Lamar Futch at Hope guests during the weekend Mr 1 spent Sunday afternoon with )Ir.!: Mrs Hattie Darley and lion Pres Alachua General Hospital on :Sunday 'hli e OIL
Ilaven.Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and son. : and Mrs. Henry Thornton in Rai-I cott. afternoon

I Jody, of Hendersonville Mrs. S. ford. I Mis Wiley Smith and familyof Mr. and Mrs Marcus Griftis of!
: and Mrs. Jason Hilllard 'D. Andrews and daughter of Wild-i Stork Shower Jacksonville was the weekend) Lake Wales were visitors of the ;
and family brought their par- wood, and Robert Thomas. of I The home of Mrs. Carl Pre- i guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs harry \Vilkersons last weekend! 1 a e See, Quart Bottle

home on Saturday after they had Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs 'stork shower honoring Mrs Edgar 'Clubb, who is serving in \ : Mrs Martha Bales and. j Save at A'PlGrade (

"Isited )[r. and Mrs Bernard Rosier Hugh U. Ingram Jr. on the arrival -i Wilkinson. Those enjoying I i the Army, is spending a furloughhere daughters and Misses Mary ar.i I
and famih at Fort Pierre. of their second son, Jona- 1 this occasion were Mesdames!! with his wife. Abbie Harley visited Mr. and Mrs -- ___ _n _
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.. .. I Earl Teston. Josie Starling Mr. and Mrs C. S. Mosely an Elbert Green in MiddleLing I n-t -. -- -- --- ------------- ------- --- --- ------- -
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II| Preston Green. L. C. King

i FUEL -0-I-L---- ----1 1i ,i,ant Anders Reddish, Sam, Joyce Hicks,Futch Milo ,Smith O J..,,i' family Sponholtz.Mrs.with spent. Mr Sunday. and Mrs.in Jacksonville Lestei Sunday Tampa Mr. ,and afternoon.ard Mrs-Mr Jim and Mis Hillitid: J.ime-,,' A Dressed And Drawn FreshFRYERS

Willie Dotbs, Truman Norman .
i. 1 Frankie A. E. Phelps of Jackson- Phillips oi Starke visited! ti;. u> '
Moore. Campbell
Fred
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ville from Friday unti J, Phillips family dining; I'll'I
spent
For Dependable Keep Full Service CaY I Ii i Mae Pearce Wells Misses Troy Elizabeth Bennett. Arthur Terry Wednesday with the D. R. Stont weekend. PER lB 33C"SuperRight" i

i ; Geraldine Starling. and Little family. Those attending the \\ tnwrightBarrow :
: I plies Diana Testun, and Carleen 1 The Halloween Carnival which wedding .n vv i\ i
L. 1-'. (Monk) DIXKIXS i iI \( Wilkinson. Co-hostesses with Mrs. was held at the School on Satur cross on Sunday were Mi- TiuhVamvvnght \
Mrs Milo Smith, :day evening was well attended. \ Mi and Mi: > c; \\' III
Prevatt were
I FUEL OIL SERVICE t t Mis Truman Norman and Mrs I Miss Charlotte Tanner of Jack Roberts, Louie Lee 1Ctunuclit, :! Western Half or Whole

i Phone 6J: Night 91 1 i I..nnie Teston. After the opening sonville, and Douglas Rottnns o'I Mr and Mrs. II C. 1\irarrch':
i iI I Cecil! Field were visitfhg the L Mr. and ;M's FI\
useful the hos and son Clyde
3S2 Temple Ave Starke, Florida : nt the many gifts
I i 's. Tanner family on Saturday. It
refresh Durban. Dave Shutoid uu i I\
.:.__,_"_ ... ,__,_,____.:., n.tee: .ntof s"I\'t'd home delicious made cake am, The St. Clair Gnus family Reddish. PORK LOIN 49C
..4't' helped D. J. Luke celebrate his .
,
.-. :.t" ."'" !" !!lOnatl'. The C. B. Hiatt.s spent s a: i t.:
-. .. ,-. .' o.,.__ -- -_' .-..,. ..j-t. ;u.. ,, birthday anniversary with a family -
Gainesvilhi1
of i
Cul Edwards Fernandina with the I'.ivm1Tucker : :
I in I
dinner at his home in Starkeon I
< !!. .1 cm his mother Mrs Leone I family.
IMA: | ',miIiuliv, moinmg at th Sunday.Mr Mi and Mrs J I. TLu: k!.,ua::i -
i I I s, h",,Id! i ,,frlera. and Mrs Johnny Bennett and family of Gallwsniiod' "Super-Right" Tender Fully CookedPICNIC
and family of the State Farm
TV ServiceAll Mi! mi :Mi- .TO Tones o f overnight giusts "I :Mi,
I ., were dinner guests of the Luelle Sunday .
and Mrs Dan StarlingMr.
Tanners on Sunday. .. .
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1m-"'
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FOR DEPENDABLE ..Jackorsworthy and family and :sirs oii.iit-j
their two youngest I !luiletspent
.nt High Springs is visiting the and
Cuii-n.-l I Norsworthy family. a week's vacation laiiipm- S
Termite Control .
Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates The Hubert Priests spent near Suwanee Rues.Mr .
Sunday in Lake City with the : and Sirs Aithull bdl'.n! )-
I Fully Equipped --- DependableAll Ilnusthold! & Commercial .
Ei:1 nest Williams! family. announte the at rival if a: 's"r'
Makes and Models 1'cst Control Mis' Eddie Treusdale, and Roger Allan, on Satinm: :: ,i'

Grove Spraying! Miss Alice Adair spent Tuesda' Bradford. County Hteiita.Vermc ;.
:mil! Wodncsdav in Tampa with Padgett and! ftih.lv.: I h, to i1!
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV ('all IK. C-G035; MiEvolvn Brig s.11' I as guests during the :'.I. Kci.t: C
:\ and Mrs. G. F. Thompson :Mrs Magdolene Hay .\11,1:1; ;' .t't,'lMrs. ,

-- Radio Seat Covers I'phoMrrinx Florida Pest Control .ut tie*)It R ili C.wore BrvantsMi weekend. guests of J..D. Davis aim .on i.: .1,1'' ksonville. 4 to 6-lb Average Half or Whole EJ3:

Phone _":19!) Starke. Fla & Chemical Co. :\ and Mrs. Tim Courson of -
Mrs. J. J. Smith ot --l; : k>
I
ksumille' spent Sunday with
OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY 21 X. W. 16th Ave. tin-' lolJt'rl"altlr"ns, I spent Saturday night with t.e I:
Gainesville, Florida Paul Bennett family.
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The I (Oul I Vanzmts attended
: Mrs. Mary Reddish h\11 I ,1' --- -----'---
W .. "i i Km i'. Juh.inville 1 : on Sat-
; ., seek h MSters '
.in ts lining! the < :
. =---;;;;= --- - -- -- --- -- -- .'$l lr... Minnie w'alrtt.t, and!
::-'-- = / -- -=-== I MiNellie! Osteen of .t..tndi't Frozen Grade "A" Young Tender Dressed & Drawn

: Godwin of Starke. .

SLADE GAS OffERS YOU TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! J.I nil.ii,Mi a usunvilU the and Jack Mrs spent CiavvtoidsMi Erwin1u I tlieitkinl. ;:,.'

,' ; '. and! Mrs. H W :!\Moselv ,itMMting -- -- ---- ---.
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their son, H W. alltl'' -,-_- _-____.__ ____- _-- __ n -- ---

SPECIAL I Tl1fJntsi"ing Sate FOR NOVEMBER iaiul\ in Orlando. ANN I P.ITO; ; I.\TO ANN P\E(; : PIKE: STItMiitIt! :
I I Mr and Mrs. Flojd di.iitin ant'

I son, Dan 31:, spent the weekend : SOUP10oz4for355c
I with Mrs Sam Hicks, and: Mi :
PRE S E R V ES
AUTOMATIC This time make sure! 'and Mrs Glenn Shutord Sam !
Jacksonville -
HARDWICK Hitks, who is employed m
GAS RANGE spent Monday with hi-- 20 for Ib
oz 2 33c jar
i Buy the Gas Water Heater family hen; 2 6ge

Mr. and Airs Jimmy Johnsur :
and family wire recent visitors ol ANN PAE SALAD ---=- _
that is built for
I Mrs. Kelly Owens in OilanduMr DRESSINGA&P F.\\('\' TOMATO CATSUP 11-OZ

I 1: < { ff. ,and ,daughters and MisV of ,Warner H Bennett Unb- quart DEL MONTE 2 bottles 3 geI
43c
fl I bins, Ga were weekend: guests otMr
and Mrs. Preston Gieen I
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1 :Mrs. Celia Jones and -un ofWilevsbuig
1 !! I I Foods&P I\NO \PKELKIM\IIOLi?: :!I.OZSTRAWBE1RRlES
t X'a was visiting MrsJohn Frozen
1 *
Shuford and Dave this vu>,-k % cans .
,1Q / nay Reddish, who attinds the APRICOTS 49c I

t : I University of Florida, spent the
@ weekend with his parents, Minid"
a : ONLY PERFECTION WATER HEATERS HAVE ALL Mis Bryant IleddishMre. for ,\\\ I'\L: IMIT.\TION
2 39C&I
LONG LIFE Joyce T. Finch and :Miss
t' 6 QUALITY FEATURES FOR 14-oz
Elizabeth Terry were shopping in
MAPLE SYRUP 19cPEAS
I .\ '
GREEN:
f : 1. Choice of glass or zinc-bonded tank linings! Jacksonville on Salurd.ivMrs. ',

Ii : ; : 2. Magnesium anode rods to fight corrosion in I I lunian Norman, Mi, aid
I 1: most model MiJail Hilliard. Revs al'dll's: Sl NNM FEU I) Hi-OZ

Ii. Welded pipe connections-no screwed in couplings i I Ed Mr Wilkinson and familv and 100z 15c f for
\ l ,
: to invite pot corrosion! Miss Elizabeth Terry attend I tin PftNCl\Kfr 23cJIILL
I '. ,,
Z Don Brandeis Revival in \ i ho
: 4. Every tank individually pressure tested. : on Mondu night O..IIOIEfJED: i9lL
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5. Everv thermostat tested 3 times!

-'__ I :, 6. Written warrantees to 10 years! I I Y l\r-dS\ .t&l't HI"M\ NO 2: L\

... I" S !: and HELP increase TO Bradford I'ROTIXT('"unI 14-oz 2 for 4 Sic PINEAPPLE 1 for 49c

-I] I t l\s most: valuable crop _

: I"" our Forests: xi nv
1,1 I Vote For Forest Fire IuN.t II.\l.\ ES & SUrE)
I \
AtlOMATIC WATER HfATF <; WAFFLES
t --- n. .- L Protection Nov. 6wT No 2/2} can
a] I'I't PEACHES 27c

.. t Ii Iit I Pkg.of62for21c _

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.. :, .. FRESH FRUITS' -.. ,A, ( .

& VEGETABLES. 7 #Vf .;
; Year .
> WarrantyPERFECTION .t1
Regular Price Slade Price / -

HOT WATER HEATERS $109.95 $ 79.95 Tokay \. ; -, ;;: ;, )

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"M vrcin.Ess" i GRAPES E S Ib 11c .......\' ," '., -. -.'-'"''":'i'j'o';. '"
1. /.t.Y J
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HARDWIGK{ RANGES AUTOMATIC 219.50 169.50 ) "'-=' Al: .

4 Large Sweet Juicy

HARDWICK\ APT: SIZE AUTOMATIC 129-95 99.95 \t 1 FLORIDAORA1Large doz./ 2Sc



rr .. :t"i: il;' "Jrnrr -
ell \HI.EY: E. JOHN'S & SON Snow White HeadsCAULIfLOWER

--- A 12 POUND Sale Good For Entire Month about this question;;; each

nil[L TURKEY of November "I just had a lo-: and dis- I 1Sc ,

rovered nt'dired mail' insurance
I Luscious Golden RipeBANANAS
With The Punha-e IIf I'aih :Iii! Ituh Rarue:
> : Small Down Payment -- With Liberal : doesn't cover it If
I 'lb c
If \ ,ur !Purchase: N Made BeforeotcmiMtr _:M I Terms of Payment 1[f had a local agent handle all S i9

I I I

!R {\ S 7 ::1! J' Y ny insurance-someone who Full!! of Juice '


PURCHASE THE StADE WAY AND SAVE! is-k ran -personally could I he analyze more cer-my I GRAPEFRUIT 4 FOR 2Sc I' j!


ain of ha'ingadl'quatc pro-
r H t. 1
t ection?" 1I
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t. f111111111 .fl Ma NI/

Slade Gas Company Charley E. Johns PItH !lS: IN 1IINI) riTh: ( TIt E i:i!



Nf\l l DIMM) lo \\mn-Di\ie PHONE 121 Marke Fla. & Son Agency TIIROfC.II; SATURDAY O3.. 19r(5;;( W N111 11MIM 111,111 NI IIYIII I;!


Always Try Starke Stores FIRSTVhere Your Money Stays at HOME! Star e Fla. -- i
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PACK: 101'R BRADFORD COUNTY Tfr.fGIL\rll: : STARKE FLORIDA

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6 6 Ruth Burney Marries Peggy Dale Cozatt George Huggins ( \ii or TII1: ,: arf r"j"c.| I tc> .*rve. .. v 'py of \\

\\,,, ...r d' -a .r r j.!, .ttr.c| to H.! .- Y .u art re jiiirI ,'] : -
Richard And Vernon Barnett wish tci \ > ; 1
: E.. Clemons ; !i" I.! i. :i..' ]I', i -.- .:: .\" -,1., x ,. I 1 '.
Is .ippieciation: inr II.. ,' ,.. .' 11. ; .
Given :
Award : nl t'i and
in J.I "
T TI TIGladys In Georgia Ceremony Wed In Rites Here ;ut kmdnes.-- .1.1- '. :., _. "--j i d; .. 1. i ''' 'I -.. k- iluHradford .

and other I file the .original in the office i County T' : g
IAt Texas Meet the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i i 1U"h thl!' D-d.r 0 I' ,. I ..
Mr and [rs. A. A. Dale otStuke I thy during our : !>. f.-, tin. '. cij\ ,.f 1.1" ( weekly ii-u.

= announce the uiariiage "t I 1 ;ment. Especially i ; otherwise the allegations of1:' Witness my hand
Complaint will as1 .'' at <'aikc Fl "
he taken : :
their d III hler. Peggy Dale Coz-i i 01 'ontiniii-d 1 n I'.ije! lit II Felos for his by you. .' .sax ..I l'ot..I i>. : I? .'
at'! in EMI Vernon Roland Bar i 'Mrs Jacob Reih I This. notice shall he published OFFICIAL SEAL
Mooty L i" *"n.'Mic. Lessie I3ainett J lovement.- in li\t.-tcnk huig- I .,.c each week fur four consecutive' i '!,.u':, .\. I'ail.\',
.ks In the Bradford I ,
County Tele-
I Phone 35srsrrSrSSSSSSSSflSflrtSSSSS I ii.k f Ii!
ii !Kite Mi. Darnell Raii i ing better breeding ; sill n int i : ,
i' ot leedmg and l > is ::11.11",. n |I. .-.1.%'. I
: i I II II'M ,'management. In '1 hr Court tI' 'I I I'. ,', 'I i :.; .1: \ I S 1..1.. 1..it I" It ii'- .:l.4-i: ;
- SspppppsrrrSSrtSVomans llrailfnril I..uiii. : .
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l..I.g. J.I'h.vn"iI. i
In all of the five counties in In I'roliulr. i il !Seal' ) Charles A. I .
I : guiding was an event ofSet ': Darby .v: IT,
\ Club Plans Bridal Shower Fetes ; j which Huggins has sen-ed in,1 I!-. : I i-: ..i.. i: !; i Clerk c.f the Circuit Court I I
I = i I' I.- 6 ' til rrililoro. : II .' i' ; '
Show Mrs. B. -
Dinner Floor John SappThe [Agent's office he is credited tug: laiiiKi ur l> I I\EEP 11.0HlD.CHEI.{ ; .:\ :
,. ChilI h with Rev. Don Kok'Miincii. -I withinatituting
< ahl l:>,ialr ireuit Touri. llr.iclliird ( ..''''1' .
For Tuesday NightA home of Mrs. Eu.ti.1 Me pastor, performing the new projects promoting You and each of j I"I.'. rlU...; ,:'0.. ,I hin<.rt,> '... Vote For Forest Fir
nuptial Mr[ and Mrs. S. G club work and improving crop ]i notified and '''fllll.. 'I .
Knight was the scene of a lovely ) : c. x ,,d, "
highlight ..f the Sta..ke'om- i nicascUle the conditions. : 'lainis and ,: ; ::: "
; bridal shower Monday aftn- were young couple's 'cither of y"u. may \ I" > Protection Nov. ()
an's Club social calendar: will be six' 'I atlendants.Mr. He received his first taste of ,.,tatf '.1 I It I It "' ]! of Puhi: <-atl.n and N.il-e tu
\ .
noon from four to It c'lew k purer: .r l'l..rid"
lo
1 :
the annual dinner and floor show extension work as a 4-H Club '...1..- .IH_| I "_"l1t, I, I.M." .a'\ -. .Id, _
stationed at !
: Barnett
honoring Mrs. John Bennie Sapp| | is J ludg-e of UROBERT'S
which will be held Tuesday eve- the former Lynell Dodci a Uieen Cove Springs and [rs''I toy in Alachua County in 192S. I P1'. '' at.,. at iu' i I
:>;06., at the club house. lie was graduated from the University ourt house of "
ning. Dad :
Camett at Big
cent brid is employed >itarke Klurlda.
There will be two separate serving MIR J Cot present they ar of Florida and began his :ndar month from JEWELRY\
Hostesses for the afi.c' : w"' > I
hours with a floor show at their home on the Raiimci County Agent career as assistant t ir.--t publication of
Mrs. I). L. Thomas. Mrs Lam aking i laim or demand I
to 7 o'clotk, and 7 to agent in Lake County in :
5:30
each, : Outlaw Mrs. J. P. Jaudon Mr.. Road near Starke. ,ng. and shall%
1939. While he proudly presents
oYlock. was there a 4-H I Mdence and pos-t
&:.I50; L. G. Powell. Mrs. Paul P.a-. ruond! he claimant and -
The dinner menu will feature and Mrs. )1Knight.Sih'er. Washington trip winner was produced :.> the claimant
Baptist WMU Begins in the County and a I orney, and any
beef and chicken with rice program

several and roast desserts.vegetables assorted salads used in, the pink beautiful and white floral!were arrangements Study Of Missions I i 1 begun.In .of parent-son banquets was :nand Signed A* :not idimmtial"r I 1.111 so i.in filed i'. J New miracle of THlli/// T HI/N/watch design!

placed throughout the I 1941. Huggins ..f It I K 1r.-!I.>
Arrangements are being made I paity rooms. The mantel in the I i The first Mission Study book : Calhoun County where moved to "n -t imlilnat'oii( :.; I
he had
under the Finance Department living room held an attractive! Mi .tno Mi s N D Burnex 'otStaike piogiam of the year was under- i the opportunity to introduce THE NEWBULOVA

with Mrs. Junius Smith, chairman. arrangement of silvered palm iiiiniiiii e nt nan .age
in charge with the aid of the : miniature then >tI \VMIT; in a meeting at the church as a legume cover T" \ i : :
fronds centered with a iigiii ': 1 Cii'ii: i ;\l tz lene. ti tiop and while he there IIl1u' Ilia :
was the
members of the executive board bride doll and flanked by silvei I'FC Uii'tuicl: F. t '1"11". 'II". sun o fMr Mrs. Ralph Alvarez mission first Notice] I I" hi-lel.
plantings
committees. Proceed 1 '' study chaIrman. was in charge o were made of i laruld Stan a,i g. I I
ani their candle holders with burning pink :and Mi |{ L, 'lemons 01Heilbioiin hybrid field .
corn. He also advanced ulloulllf"; i 'rt Ii.
trout the dinner will go toward tapers. A five-branched silvei the program. She introt.luced the aid \...JflfJ. at.-- f(.

dub sponsoied projects. candelabra with burning white ,i Thtcpiemtinv took plac-e! Oct speaker Mrs. John McGuire. The ing and new ideas in peanut ratsj j*' issued thereon. I
encouraged better breeding I'imlierw amieai *
tapers was also placed in the : 6 in Folkston, Ga. in the presence ,I recreation room was decorated tr of : .1 le! *<'ril'1 ion of the I

\Vesleyan Guild Unit living room, and in the gift room of the immediate families and !i I carry out the theme of the Mission -gs. IIJugins hI name in winch 2elkiT(
/ I: 'cc ale a* follow *: 'I !
I was a five branched silver candelabra close relatives. j I Study book "Japan Advan- j I "fame assistant coun- |, :Vinfitate I N.'. ICi.iear 4
Meeting Is Held with burning pink tapers I'FC Clemons is stationed at ces." Articles used in Japan I, ty agent in Duval County in 1942 ,' of Iiian I

The tea table was lovely with I Foil Richardson Alaska and warhome !I I were displayed in the sapctuary !ii { where he received recognitionfor 1>c.cription S'I..' of Ilk"f :r.t': : ? L. F 0 R I 9 5 6
.
Wesleyan Service Guild. Unit 1 a white organdy cloth over pink on three weeks leave before I i Approximately TO members.: promoting 4-H contests and Wof- Ity :Sec. :

met Tuesday evening in the Educational satin and was centered with r I returning to his base on were present. representing Starke ;,activities \:. K:. uhi-h
.IUIin a- :
Building of the Methodist silver bowl holding pink and I Oct. 16 for IS months further Kingsley: Lake and Raiford. iJ i In 1946 after serving as alaval Vounir' "Tlte

Church with Mrs Lillie Bridge: I white hydrangeas and white porn I ser\' <'e. The bride is living with J Gunnery Officer during the t he All" hfai.1 of ;ir. I ffltit-e .-.
<>unty
presiding.Mrs. I [loms. Balancing the arrangement her parents until she can join 1 Meet At Church !| war he took the County Agent's I'lorida. tTnless Look"

G I.. Farber. in harge o were turning pink candles in silver her husband later. post in Baker County and war 1'1I.h i.>., .
I .
f ic'ales shall I. i .
her topic
the program had as holders. Russian tea wa The ladies of the First Chris- instrumental in reviving interest i lit; to law the '' (

-With Humble Hearts." and waf poured by Mrs. I.. N. Pickering WSCS CirclesThe tian Church will meet at the }| in the County Farm Bureau and n such certificate
Mrs. Claude John i ill Ii. sold t<> the ,
assisted by and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Silvei church at 8 p. In. Tuesday for Cattlemen's Association. :1 t the court liou
and Mrs C. E. Hernwall. The cakes and nutsMrs. "I have been blessed f!irt Monday in ;,
trays held dainty their regular business meeting. J|j with having .
three circles the Methodist -
of :
for Unit 2 for Nov the I'''I'. l'.i">twhh h i :; ; ....: .
paity planned elec- Powell greeted the guests WSCS will meet next weekas New officers are Mrs. Dan cooperation of the people I(,., enilit-r. I1*",*,. jAb ) ..

C was postponed because of as they arrived and presented follows. Harley president: Mrs. Margaret ] I couldn't have done anything." .,'t luted this 31 I -
I ;
1 ')fl night them to the receiving line composed Circle 1, Mrs. T. H. Slade. leader : Prevatt vice-president; Mrs. \.'. 1, Huggins said. "Without them I I Cff'nial;; Seal) (''': i
HiiMmeItelho.ste.sv -
:Mrs Gei'Mlile! i I I of Mrs. W. J. Dodd mother of the County -,-
I! and : and the officials c'l.-ik I of I''l'OlIil : -
: seivt-ii I le'l.-.timeil'! .111!' of the bride, the honoree. anMrs. Tuesday morning at 1C L. Andrews, treasurer \Irs.j j lord fount} PRESIDENT "A'UnbreckabreuTinspr
o'clock in the Educational Building Doris Wynn. secretary. I 17 jewels
1/11 the -ti> iii hou Cail mother of the I
Sapp
i
with Mrs. II. C. Hitch a? JuniorVomen, Shock resistant
hi. ftI IIP (",'nn'} .".
idegroom.The
.: -- ,- _-_...__. .---.1-' : :.. hostesses presented Mrs hostess. Executive BoardThe I The Junior tiiI III I lmliiir.n IW Ii ra.I. '.. :4950 ;'
Circle 2 Mrs. J. II. lead Woman's Club will!!
Sapp with a silver meat tray ar Fields hold its I I r.The !1-1(1! \ \: I, (also aaitabiewithchartl! i ,
occasion. er. Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock 1 executive board of the regular meeting at the .J 1 1..1|. i

rpijII :a Approximately memento of the 50 guests called I at the home of Mrs. W. II. Noll I Starke Woman's Club will meet j| Woman's Club building Monday All MII.-s.-it..111".I'i: '1 tI i : .

Nov. 8. at night Not5. All members arc''! .1 i. ..1, Jr :
Thursday afternoon. it'll
I FLA.JMON. during the appointed hours. man.Circle. leader I urged to attend and bring fountam 'II:i,"r..h iniiifiid a | I Only Buluvau! leader in fine watchmaking
3. Mrs. L. J. Green. 3:30: o'clock in the club lounge. I
to '1 U any d"IIII" or could make such: amazing styling and value
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clocV pens address envelopes fo'I h,-)' may: }have

SUN., : '. & Tt'ES.NOV. : I i IIIK: KIGIIT I-OI.NT for the with Mrs. M...\\'. Lance and MrsJ. ; mailing out TB Christmas seals It1I1's. .tOIII the ..ff..... visible!

.1.5-6 1 way jou rite. Come in and *.e- ,' C. Hobbs at the home of the Reunion Slated i Marian Howe will be i ;ila.iidge in of the Itradfonl'" '' Jtterly new beauty. so slim. so trim! Clean-
I
DOUHLE FEATURE l.t )our fa\c>rite KSTKKKKOOKroimtain : former. guest and will give the club in. I"lorida. nithin swept dial! Unbelievable thinness!
j Descendants of the late Henryi formation in .ni'iilh.from, ih. .
i '
"Outside The Law" Ten. Tr.I.KliK.U'HGIRL'S : : I I I and Martha Sapp will hold their ( for Starke's regard to Centennia preparations I.] ;.inl'lii-ation'luint or demand of thi, ; The most magnificent watch ever created!

Starring; Itay llanton.: U-tgU nll\\- I'c._ UDC MeetingThe I third annual reunion at the home I i Celebration in 1057.; rig' and niut I OnT, $49.50
of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sappp near i "-idinee and n..*
den and Grant W iIIiarii., I (J if, the claimant I Other Culova "PrnHnf mofols to floG
Nov
W. T. Weeks chapter. U. I Heilbronn Springs. Sunday.

PLUS rA I Ii. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon [4. A basket dinner will be servedat :j At The Tabernacle J u-cirn gent, or tu hi 1.th"* : ,! .

"On The Threshold I I Nov. 7, at 3:30: o'clotk at noon. and all members of the I I Visiting speakers ministered to I, otvrniber;i hillS void I. ai l'U.';.'.';. I EASIEST CREDIT TERMS

the home of Mis Bertha Peaice.: family are urged to attend. tlie Gospel Tabemarle Congrega-'harles, )r. Si hinitt I I
On Space"nxr.M.sfoi'E of the Ktate: i'f Mcriig'i
coum I | turns over the week-end bringing) lit.. taidirt I I

'IF spiritual and inspirational mess-' *' pulilii atioii "

GuyIadi..on., Virginia Ix-ith, John ages. Re'Lem of the Park-of- 1 ROBERTS JEWELRY !

llcidiak and IVan JagRer the-Plams, spoke at the Sunday" \ nTH i: TO I
Circuit C'nurt. ]
PLUS COLOR CARTOON morning hour from John 12, and.1: n Florida' lo C' ... I IlIzal..llt t
in the evening :Mr. Fred Reed of!I t: Kick. ,

,, Toronto. brought a message from !II :C. rg.. Klik: 1>.. "r our Friendly Jcu'cler"I
\07S
THUKS : '
WED., I l : I Iintlrr
"' Ramans 1. Special music wasU, To Appear

DOUBLE FEATURE -- I heard at both sen'icl'o'I To. I ;,-.rg.- Kli-k. I 12 E. CALL ST. STARKE FLA.our .

"Murder On Was just before ditching this I, off the monkey bars also regret -i| Interest is being shown in the d'on lem e are and hereby adili-** I

I coluu.n this week, being rushed to learn that Geraldine Ben- Old Testament studies being con- for .11\'..., e

Approval"Tom for time getting ready for the nett has re-entered Baptist Memorial j I I ducted by B. E. McRae and W. B. a h as bore been named filed Court

('un\\ay Halloween Carnival at school ant? Hospital for further treat I McKinney. The Book of Daniel is YI ou are retired to

PLUS"SometMng the Trick or Treaters that evening ments note that Becky and I I !: the subject of discussion. omplalnt our answer on the or '

M.. \\ and a Wednesday noon Bruce Jackson are down with the, i Attorney H. C.

for COATSA deadline but I haven't any measles I! Melhodist Church nd 104 file caine.ville.the

other place in the paper to put Going over to Jax last Mondato > fi..f. the Clerk of the
the Birds"Utor Sunday School.! 9:45: : a. in. Morn- '.1' liefoie t the it;* I
what little I have gathered. s help greet President Eisenhower
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of Lou
lay Aray >IySijles 1 1006; otherwise
\ Mature l'atri-ia Xeal. and if you don't dig what I've got were Marian Ritch anchildren (*, ing Worship, "Abiding in the aid Complaint ;
and Colors in Luxurious "
Vine, 11 a. m. This is the 10thc| :onfe" Gwenn to the next column. I
Fxlinuml skip over Cliff Brown F. A. Hall]I I' This notice t
woolens and cashmere 1'in a series from the ofj !
PLUS COLOR CARTOON hear that Bruce Mathews returned and son Robert Robert had I Gospel ,,>'ace each week fur ,
Blends. i| John. Recreation for '!
the
MYF, 'veeks in the
home
last Friday from a year'fI'l'sean'h the honor of shaking the Presi

FRI 8.T.0" 9-10 I Values To $19.95 at the :North Americai dent's hand note that Coach. 5:43: : p. m Dme-A-Mite for the'6 I raph.; Dated this 26 \
I MYF 6:1.: "
: p. m. Worship I i"' < .
Aviation Corp. in Los Angele and Mrs. C. A. McGriff Jr. have program > iOfficial ,
FEATURE"Escape {
DOUHLE i Sizes 2 thru 11 : for MYF 6:15: p. III. Evening C[ !Peal) ( J
and reported on the teaching rentei the Seymour cottage or I Clerk of
To Burma".IIiIs'o1E $ TO staff at the [ Worship 7:30: p. m. Sermon: Ji By Marian L. ,.
$5.98 $14.95I U. of F. in the Elec X. Water St.. and Dan and Mane?,
i "A Faith That Fear." : :!
:. : : n'IISI.cm: I 11 times Dept on Thursday Priest are occupying the McKin- Conquers |
: Everyone is invited to come and .
i
lUrlura !Stanwiik. X Kc M-rt I: anPLUS I I Sony to hear that Cleo Andrews. nev house corner McMahon am :\OIICr. 10

It's Mighty! Nice toTs Sa\e 5th grade teacher wa'I Weldon i worship with us this and every In Circuit, Cuurl. passport to it. : --I_
\ iceVith Ease's: I.ow Sunday. I'liiriilat In I "
i I confined in Bradford County Ho I Kay Garbett who was 10 \'ears'i iMtha I L. Creni.:
"The Treasure of Prices and S \II (;ireen I l 1-1'1< ci..n.; l>i-f..
!i
pJtal( the first of the week old. and cousin Champ Chalpion''who ; !! : tive1 4J/ 3-:
Presbyterian Church
i Stamps note that Jerome Johns and Job '' was 4, (celebrated at a join' Nwfii'e' In Appear
Pancho Villa"lriIorE T.I I I-Ia' "Iriin.:
I 'T"II"Ite! wore attending the Petroleuni ''birthday party at the home o' Sunday School 945: : a. m. .iiol" a.IoI.--- i I- I ''

!'o> : : 1IX: HNUOI.OK: EAGLEI Jobbers Management coursrit ( their grandparents the Ler Morning Worship. "The Right I.r..11 ate hereby anywhere

IJory: Calhciiiu' :Shillejintcrs, I' of F. Monday thru Wednes i I Champions on Sunday afternoor Place." 11 a. m. Youth Fellowships f"r" tI.x'

and liillNTt Kc.l.uul STORE ,d I iv and Arch Thomas Jr. am" 'II 6 1 ha* lie-n filtd a*::
| the 12 guests enjoyed a weiner p. m. Evening Worship. ; I"\P' nolfl1",1"n t

1'I.l'S :.sKKIXL: IHAI NO.( 6 I RiIlJackson flew to Washington roast Davij Wainwright second study in "Bright Future" :i -L
111 1-i. Call St t Starke Fla. I (11 t
(
I) C .
('oumUTOOX 1'OIC hill'" I on Tuesday on City celebrated his 2nd birthday. Oct j 1 7:30: p. m. Tuesday Board of! : i
"The Rest For Less" business I Deacons j' :30
123 at a small party for a few of meeting : p. m v 9\
1 :1 P\t. ( .uy Nasworth returner' Wednesday. 7 :30
1, friends and.the employeer Prayer Meeting GIFT \ ..... kt.:
.
t' his -
< biseat
Fort Knox: :
KyThui.sd.iv Junior
chmi
of the Garden Restaurant p. m. Thursday, "
of \ ga'f'a :M:).!$(> \\IXt: : \ ; r : .
last week after tvweeks surprise birthday party at the 3:30: p. m. '
"" leave of absence ':
Cpl I Garden last Friday night forI TOR I f

Max W. Furlong returned homo I proprietor. George Kopelousos: I Ii | (1 I ERCI I orC35 (1 IP.l'.T

(IflhtV from 17; months duty i' Hear that Margaret Rose Dun- : ; MacMalian st.

THE BEST WAY TO Tokyo Japan he leaves Dec | can pledged Tri Alpha (a local C. L. Oertiirf Jr.. Minister
:3 to report to the '
Kelly: Air Force social rfub) at Stephens College Sunday Bible tud.1H. .1 n,

B ise in San Antonio. Texas Morning 11 }:
1 Columbia. Mo. and Sandra Worship a.m. \t'iirng
hear that Jack Miller has beer Jones pledged Alpha Gamma Worship 6.:M p.m. .E

PAY CASH FOR A CAR promoted to Cadet Sgt. at Marion Delta at Brenau. 'Gainesville Ga WednesdaBih'.e: >'ljd\' T 'idn C, C

Military Institute. Ala m
Dewayne Elder was recenth -. .
spotted Jackie Colley and Linda
elected to represent his dOlmitlln
Johns home last
weekend fromFSU
[ on the Student Council at Sout!. : I -a.

Georgia College Douga! Ga i
W.i
*oirv to hear that little

Rini,Warren. : ace 7, broke hiIf :- !' George Ricks writes that h. i I
employed by Pan Ammrm WoiVAirways.
I IT ,it R'ailf'iid: t Eltinenttiv )(1.1 V
Guided Misies! RinirDivision >>
i: :r" 1.r1d! !a-t t Ftsliv l \ tin ho ft'l'! RLS
in the British West: Ii z4-
\\ '
> dies) Hear that some fonro'Callstreetes
& .: t. .,. ..
got together ret en'lv -

Wash Your Clothes when E W. Haves 11' ofT l'hP: ; I m-d: C,. :';t.,. H-ISI') .t.i'

wk".>n. :Miss visited SamrmRenfroe inn 'u::. > :_ the: r.\.n.: > .: 1 uths \

v Pound, and wife in Nashvillo, Mi.n.l! .! :Mi.. E.lA i-i! l'tg-!;: _

'Term while E. W. was there or IIi M..xiile; a ?"n, J. ;b". Eh.--: Oil) I (

:business 24. J
Take
advantage of our low oank rates For 40c JUNIOR
Mr.
Seems the pranksters didn'tWait I and Mrs. Albeit: L. Ri'tc-r

and com cnienc terms, and at the some FREE Bleach If Desired until Halloween to get in of Starke. a daught..r.'ar..! -

some of their funny business i Elaine.Mr. Oct. 25. ; AflSCO! Bound for classroom, office, or shopping downtown -
and :Mrs.
time build :
bank credit GeorgeI.m::
At least.
Jour reputa- someone went to a lot ? *
I of Starke a son, Roy Earl, Oit ; 2I of sheath. Buttons
We Will ;, of trouble to remove one of the H a long-stem beauty a
tion as lOU pay off jour loan letters in the sign/ 'on Dr. Ritch'new .' 25. CAMERA
Mr. I travel from the white collar:
and Mrs. Walter A. Alvare! determinedly pique
offic
Dry Your Clothes i buildine. making i* WITH FREE
Come in and see us about methodof of Starke a ,
our daughtl'lhL'key
read: DR. T. G. ITCH heaT Lee. Oct. 26. ; t : to the bern..detour around hip pockets. Rayon
the BUS band will march in thrj Including I
automobile financing.FLORIDA For 20c j U of F Homecoming parade this, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie A. Redding -I I Floih : :and Acetate stripe. Sues 7-15. $ j V .9

afternoon ( of Lawtey a son, Roe-, : : a ""c. All.
In :\Automatic Driers! Friday) in Gainesville .
\ Alan Oct. 27. I AH ready to
T.Iwill]! also perform at Gatoi r
o 0:' n\l I tonight Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B Pig': r : Cnriitmci OTHER CCJUNK ; 005:01
Jr. of Starke J.nr:. -
a son. : "
PUT: forget to.ote next Tues. IFJM $ I.95BARKSDALE'S

BANK t STARKE TheVasheteria\ .Ii i I.... :an.) then celebrate (win o', Edward Mr. and Oct.Mrs.28.Oren T IH r"-

g '-e \\.Ih a sumotious dinner a'', of Starke. a son, Tr.-. : ., !i. I/then/

1 ., Member Floridaational (, rmip temple( Ae. ; ., Wormi's Club election nigh t ard. Oct. 28.
Stark ,
: f
I 'v an I ros-rim! in the clul f- i i Mr. and Mr?. Forre HI' :

V !{ h .*.' See vmi there lof Graham. a SO!:, HJ! :. i I.:: i

Camlvn: j I '.p:=. Oct. 29. I






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-. NOVEMBER 2, 11)6!>: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STALKE, FLORIDA
PILE rivr
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Mi I: ,1,1,1 Mis Jam Smlt o'1 .11'Pea' : Wii/rid ..f l".lnr> !! I M': 1:1: i M'1! -H ;I K:-::no-J;I:' .

.1,11 k"oI1l1l1' were Mr v. ,i \ !IS.' her MMer 'i ..'... .... .' .. .i. ; .
vi.-iting njr 1l'r : 1!: i" -;>i T f l Ati hl"ilMtn .> N'' i':' I.1 1 'r -I t P. y'- 'I 1 f '' ,:. 1. ; > 1 1i
Lunle Davis Saturdav afternoon V ni; Stiuth and !alll.l"n!. Tu- s. .. lien p.Hints. :Mi! and! Mi- Sotlre: To \pprnrt ... f !',.r v 'f. s .\tt.r', } n ., i. \\ ... t I .'. -. .., .
\ it. :k- ,n Ih. lr"Jr"ri ( ..l..t': 'j :'rV!
John Mi.xon spent the weekenc 1 oa\ B L T I h. ls .. .. ,
I I I"l'nnt''y. in Ja :kvinville.Mr : ;'
"
.1 ''I ..j.II"- .- li I .. I..' '. 1'tlh.I I
Orleans where .MI i v End file the 'riglnal in the I -1 .
i'ii in New he underwent Mrs. J. F. .hl.\ offlie of : : I ,1. \ J
Burnett U-
: of KmgsleyLake I and Mrs. Ctrl Lamar Johns na..lLam, !! the Cirri of the Circuit Court or : I
a physical checkup at the e and Gaine:. :IlIt', was hostess : and Mr. and Mrs Frazier Shaw \ > 'J :atf.. 'h..r"hn"tifi..d. that a pr before the IIVf''T\r. I'\f.) Chir'.eP.: .."-.
oJ .
.
\ ,
-'V -J.j \ .., .
hner Clinic. "
(>->i i I' t k i.f tie! I' i I
,;t;: the Starke Wednesday attended the Shaw h.n1.I n f.J! .
t :
: ,
morning family reunionat "L'IOT"U In theit' ,, ', .' ,
"-"n" -c fie : e.t'l I'f < t'd !!} MrLm: : U ( >!h' !''p'r\ i
: Cut\. and Mrs. J W. MtNeer ol f bridge dub at the Golf and Coun- !I the X.lIope Baptist Chinch -" & ns'd Cit.it and' <'.iu>-.- a-d I' .n"",'t 1 i:lit :: !I.. t.ik< n ..s e c oj,ft-.v.
I uTi I
'Xt'Port Rithey spent Sunday: try Club in Gainesville on Wednesday near LaCrosse on Sunday. ----. --- ---. -- -- --- -- _
and with --- I
Mrs. -- -
M. -
Monday F -----
at a bridge-luncheon. : ( liristm.is -- ---- n -- aPIECE
r ... .6" v' .. .. -- 1'ortrait..iould lie I
Blown and her mother, Mrs J. ",;iIt.. Hut I.i>t" Mr.h RIg, ordered nun at I Itullin:;ton's. '=
., ..!, and daugh- .1 Fltz {,1 aId and also with Mrs.. '
Misili Alt '
Wav !
1lsf..w Fuilong 'i- HI \ fx'iliioivf : ,
and \Irs.
/ I .Jt-ui-lrj h> It hit David Rt't'c:111\ :; <1 n o!
weekend tei, WllUloI1 cuibiting Mrs ,: S C. Corn,.all of Hellman, Pa 10 BEDROOM GROUP
"SS, Ga over the as ;, iiiff and I). \5s at llulIingtonV''! Jacksonville pent tic weekend! 169.95
111guesl Di her uncle and aunt ;''Eula'ie'! :M1 CLime and Mi.s Kate who is also visiting Mrs. Brown. J I ill and Mrs II. A. Lawr.m had with Mr and Mi.D W Cupen! I

Mi and Mi.s L. C. Lee On SunI'M I CaldAtll in J.I ksunville Thursday I Mrs Gladys Conova of Gainesville a. visitors. Mr and Mrs. Charles ter.

\. attention she was the 01- I ,o,: last week while Mis. Mc- was visiting Mrs GladysHarrington ; :
I Lawson of
Lakeland the
I I over Mis Agnes Heath o' Flirt
K.tmsi at the Carole Barrow-Jack I I Conciichie was visiting in Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. weekend and Mr. and Mrs J. .\. ; Lauderdale is spending two weeks
vVainvvngnt wedding ceremony in Leach.IliI'Tape \ and Mrs. J. Dorr Smith olj
: Jordan and.family of Lake Butler I with her parents. Mr and! Mrs ',,,
ttav'ross. I. Kecurders anlll'Jwnural'h..I'll"aToUI j El Dorado Kas. are visiting her on Sunday. i J. S. Sapp and family. M' Sapp I {-";-..;.. :",' ,
Mi and Mrs Eustii McKr.ight : )' ut mother, Mrs. W. L. Blair for ten and Mrs. Heath t._ '., '
Mr and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and i spent the lust $! .
:
anti son David, and Mr and Mrs' liullingt+ daysMr. son David, Mrs. D. L. Silcox and : of the week with :'011. and MrsS. .,. .
T> L Thomas and children spent George Baisden of Jacksonvillewas I and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez Brenda Lewis were visiting Mr. E. Reyes and Mr and! Mis !!:. < \ ","

Sunday at Cypress Gardens where I the Saturday evening dinnei spent the weekend in Columbus. and Mis. Ralph Cox in Live Oak Richard Rayand :,11111 I1I's m

'ney visited Mr. McKnight's niece, guest of Mrs. Effie Johns.E. I Ga. \\'Ith11'. and Mr.s Jack on Sunday. Jacksonville
I.. Langston of Olanta S. Roberts I Y i
Miss Marian McKnight. who was
Miss Mrs Mamie Lou Ed.vaiils .imi!
Dorothy Alvarez and Mr
C. is visiting his daughter Mrs
recently chosen as Miss America I SELL: ion I-ECAXS: TO ..J.I and :'olrs.like ; Mr. and Mis Bill Huv.ster and\
Pickering gave'a
Eustis
McKnight and
family.
Miss MiKmght was making an I IR. \\ .\1\\\: lHillT I'KOMtK: dinner j daughters of Jacksonville weiweekend 1-- F
surprise anniversary
Mrs. Ad.t Alexander and daughter v
at the Water Shows ('O. .\T : >
Appearance STAKhK r.\KMKK party at the Garden Restaurant i viMtor.s of Mr and Mi-
Wilma,
spent Wednesdaywith
there over the weekend. M.\KKF.T.Mrs. Drew Reddish. f
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stantonin Wednesday evening Oct. 21. for {
SELL \OIK PECANS TO J. East Palatka. Winifred Wimberly, vvhc their parents. Mr and Mrs Ralph' \ori.L I.0\t: the IIt.t.tt'r.: -

J. MAINMKIGIIT: PRODUCE .Attending the District meet- I celebrated her bath birthday anniversary Alvarez, pn their 36th anni\er-j liroiik pruse-si/e fountain |M-ns in f
pastel ..hadt.,. Only" $30!) at ItradIcird -
('0.T STARKK FARMERS ing of the Florida Federated on Oct. 25 had as weekend sary. Helping to celebrate the oc-
\RKET.. Woman's Club at the Roosevelt visitors her sons and daugh casion with the honorees and i; ('..11111)' Telegraph.

Junius Smith and Mrs. J. E. Hotel in Jacksonville Thursday tersinIawIr.. and Mrs. H. C hosts were Mr. and Mrs. T. B.I'

Wilson went to Oilando on Saturday were Mrs Carl Roberts, Mrs. H Winiberly of Eagle Lake, and Mr Harding Jr. Mi and Mrs L. XPukeiing 10'1'I'r.: Tit 11'rl: \it
and Mrs \\'. M. Wimberly of Bar- and Mr and Mrs Paul In Circuit Court Ilradford Cvonlf,
G. Paterson, Mrs. II M. Hatcher .
to( visit Mr. and Mrs. G I'lorlil.i In I """c'rry.
Jr., Mrs. John A Torode Mrs j I Raymond T. I il..t:': h. ;:!\ 'I 11' .. ',' .'
K Bennett Mr. Smith stayed for tow.Sue '
the weekend while Mrs. Wilson I Ned Yancey Mrs Gene Noegel, I'I'I I Sturges and Paula Hieatt I I j .F:1; .I. lo UK I'KCANs: : TO J.I '

s spending the week there. I and Mrs. Stanley Noegel Mrs I.i of Dayton. Ohio are founding two I.. M.\I.NMUKIIT: ; i-uonrcK: m; .\ (;ooi MK.IIIOU: ;
Arch Thomas Jr., Mrs. Charlie weeks with their grandmother ( 0.T >\UI\K: I'\KMKKs
TKVNM'OKTA-: j
nm I-REE: I
Help Protect Our Forests
TIO.V: TO AM: PROM TIIK: Cowen, Mrs. Drew Iathff, Mrs : Mrs. Pauime Torode. i' \KhKl.:

J'OI.I.C.I.I.; Hi!) Seymour Marco, Mis. Joseph I Mr.: and Mrs. W. G. Struth of Mr and Mm t.tt.. Quh'k spent Vote For Forest Fire
I Warren Mrs Richard Cauffman I Jacksonville and Mrs. W. W
tht- weekend in Statenville Ga
Mrs P S. Denmark spent from Page of Lake City were Wednesday Protection Nov. 6
her and Mrs. James Groover, all members I visiting Mr. and Mrs Quuk. Jr. si11T7!
with
Thunscl-iv to Sunday I visitor, of Mrs W. H Struth
Club. ,
of the Junior Woman's .
Mrs. C. II. Hall bird Mrs J II
.. an.1! Mr. and
Min ai .u : daughter
I
and Miss Kate Struth.
i
W. of
J. Abernathy DaytonaBeach I
Mi Jut Thomas in Crescent I Ii Hall of Newton Ga. will be weekend
spent a few days last week nil KhK: : Tlt.\ I'CIIT.\- guests of Mi and Mis. J. H.
itv i' with his daughter, Mrs. Lloyd |I TION 10 .AM: IKOM; : ( llli: I Ritrh

Green an 1 family. i l'OJ.l.S1.1.. HMr \j I Mis. T. J. Thomas of Valdnst.i
S.KI.L: lOUt i 1'KCVNS: : T.1.. : and Mis. W. A. Stern and
.
Ga and Mr. and M Ir: G V /
I.. \INMKK.IIT: l'IWIHTt: [Miss Louise Stern attended a Hallow Phillips of Lake Cityl'n' Tuesday ; :+. '
nt1' STVKM: IMKMKKN: : e'en party at Hewitt Lake
FLORIDA visitors of Mis. BtitluPearoe.
.M.\lIi 1:1' I IMi Wenesday evening. :
!! Regular Value 192.70
.
I :ni'l Mis I MVP Paulk visited : Mr.s W. S. Slade. Mrs. T. H I
Mr. and Mrs Gail Iatllt'and
# Mi and Mis Lewis Flanders SIi.de and Mis Clyde Sinclair:
( I son. Brute were visiting Mi and Down Per Month
at I Daytona Boat< h on Sunday. visited Mis. George Qumney in I $17.00 -- $12.00
I I11' Mrs. Virml Mathews at Jat'k"nnille -
THEATRESAT :\ andlrs.. Jem: Monte of : .!;k.sonville on Tuesdav.
\' Beach on Sunday.
\\'a\'loo. Ga; "...It.Ieekt'nol Mr and Mis X. M Smith had .
Mr and Mrs Dick 81t'ff<'III1.111 POSTEI) BED 8 IN.NKltSI'KIXr(: ; CIIKMLLKi
quests of :'oIl. ;anl I Mi > Rilpl. ..-' Sunday visitois) Mi and Mi.s
.. 01 l Gainesville spent Fndaand :\TItKSS BEDPHlUU):
II Snath uf Li\i Iak.
N0\'. ::1 ONLY Auauz.:/: \r'n Saturday with Mi and Mis. Mei- BLANKETS S i DKA\VII)) : { (,1I1--: T

W(. DOtHLE) 1'EATUUK -- -- -- ---- --- --- ------ -- ... i.tt t Williams On Sundav Mi and l And Matching I5<.\ (Choue of Colors' )

Mis Siefferman and 1 Miss Fi:inn., j' WOOLnorm.E ( \' .\\ '
BURIED QUllB.APICI1.IIIU TREASURE! HIDDEN DESIRES! r EED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 Lindtum! attended a. family} ie- ) : HLAXhKT Sprint2 ;' t HI,.\\KLT

i tw aa iiniini in BiooksvilleI HE\ll.. :! I'H.I.OUS (Choice of ('lIllIr-)
JOn I'KOMIT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL: IRt.K: : IRVXVPORTX-:
110N TO AMI FROM Till: $3,99Ieautiful

t MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. POLLS ('.\1.1. lIit;!
Double Dresser Mirror and Bookcase Bed
Di and Mrs \\ K: :.1a'iletun. { Selection of Large ,

d"'"'Cj rl 218 Mss: Madge Middleton, and Mr
W. University Ate. Phone FRG-5333
,AWl(nuu 1.1'10" 11III
and Rayon and Nylon
j 1 l 1aatY" ( WIU IIIlUI Gainesville, Fla. and Mis IL. Mathews Chest: ,,f Drawers and Night $10 00 ]IOll'Ntiland
daughters attended the Middleton Hlends in Solid and Fancy I 8995

ANDM.T.O..WARNER -- ,on family Sunday.reunion at Pomona Park ('olorsfi,9 to match optional *7 00 PER MONTH


Mrs f{. B Trask of Lakelandis 1 1I $ !) VALIE; Sorry, No Trade-Ins On Suits That Are On Sale !
Itl her mother. Mi.s WH .
I visiting
PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseI NOW ONLY
$4.99
your Perkins who is ill. -

t Dr. H. C. Dolhngei of Starke a
+ i ih one of the 460 delegates who Electric Blankets --- lfi.D5! :

I i I ,I plan to attend! the 42n: annual It's no trouble to save DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANYIt's
I convention of the Florida Chuopiactic '' 1
Double with Eagle's Low
: Association in Miami l lBea :
LOW COST LIABILITY
..... INSURANCE
BROS. ('h this week. Prices and S&H Green; I
PERRY LOPEZ'BEVERLY CARD @/ I FOR FRKK: TRANSPORTATION i A Fact You Can Do Better At Denmark'sOF
No Membership Fees 6 Mo. Pelicies I Stamps. .
ABEL : -- :
WALTER TIDCOKIA t ( Est i 10H: FROM Tlllii
11*iu wo wiciu! )n Mm ; CALL 16!) I I STAR RE

Plus "Broom Stick Bunny" 11'01.-. and Mrs. '\'. H. Nollman EAGLEDEPT. I I'hon 131
DOYLE E. 131:{ 116 W. ('all Sf. :
Cartoon and Chapter No. 11 I CONNER AGENCY returned home last Fiiday after I. I
: spending the summer at Asheville -

"Sea Hound"Sunday I 136 W. Call Street Phone 285 I and Highlands N C Enroute : STORE Buy Your Duo-Therm or Quaker Heater from us FREE -

I home they visited relatives in Atlanta 111 J E. Call St Starke, Ha.
I 1 Year Service We Install for
Monday Tuesday Savannah and St. Simons : "Always First Quality" you

November, 5, 6 I Island, Ga. : .
I' S-Sgt. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish .. t

and son, Greg of West Palm .

Beach are visiting their parents. TV.77
1'I NEW FULL-SIZE GENERAL-ELECTRIC CONSOLE
i Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish' ,

I and Chief and Mrs. D. W. Carpen-j

I ter Mr this and week.Mrs. Roy Shaw of I II ,

I Valdosta, Ga. are guests this .

( week of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones.
'7
,\ ",, ./ s. I Mr. and Mrs. John Tilley and Costs hess titan
".. ".. ;: daughter of Gainesville\ and Mr. I
\
U rfUttiltNOW' TTENTION : and j Mi.s X. Nickleson of Ocala 1

were weekend guests of Mr. and |I II

: ''Mis: I U. F.. Lewis..ELM. j

1 .WARNERCOLOR :, : \OIR FF.CANS: : TO J.f,
\ i \\AIM\RK.Iir: PRODICF:
I |
IIUYll i UN.VIRGINIA' [IDTU[ t ( U.1' NTRIK: 1'.\RMKRRKF.r. : > '
'
M.\ : j:
CHARliS: RCAIY'; 'b.,v .*. .>:i"L: ,- All VOTERS 1 :Mr. and! :Mis Claik Wheeler of TableModels !

a :v.\-f:eti! DIIf'r!:na'E'L{fYELE01 Jacksonville were Sunday after- '!
; 4 .,.IIiIiiQ I jlHKI/1 visitois of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Illafly

Plus "Silent Treatment" Car I Champion. I
toon. I Mr and Mrs. Bob Taylor were

o I in Homerville and Waycross, Ga I j

from Thursday to Sunday. .
Ned., Thur., I'ri.November i i ).1'. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and I

7 S 9 'family visited Mr. and Mrs. B.

Regardless of whether you are : K. Iloundtree in Hawthorne on

registered as a Democrat, Inde- r Sunday.
hj1S11it. j j Mr. and Mrs. Verne Dumm of
pendent or Republican, you can '
Kas. and Mr. and Mrs
1 i Pittsburg ,
i
vote for President Dwight D. C1VI
I Jim Kibler and son, Ben, of L'l-I Q/\

1HE Eisenhower, or any other candi- I; mar. Mo. were guests last week |

date of your choice in the general :jof Mr and Mis. Leo Champion. j ji

SHOCKING .... Brad Locke are1!
election on November 6. I i Mr. and Mrs
1RUtil vacationing for two weeks in New

York New Hampshire. and Massiaohusetts L r
BEHIND i r I
S q visiting relatives. 1 I
!
THE CRIME I I IOU FRKK TIt.IN': l'1)ItT.I- consoe1ee"sion L I '_ _
SYNDICATE'S 1ION TO AND: >> 1ROM TilE i/I
In for President /
voting and Vice- POI.I.S CALL 1C!) 4

OPERATION President you MUST vote for Mrs. L. S. Hutto is visitingi

both of the same party your I i relatives in (Caniac Ga. this week
I will I Mr. and Mis M. C. Wells\ MrsCirnlyn I ,
vote be thrown out if you fail
do Redgiave and son \
to
so. '
:Wayne, and Mrs Sheltie hall!

i were visiting the T. F. Hutto
family in Jacksonville Sunday.

YOUR vole Is your business !I' Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Houpt ONLY $159,85

,,' spent' Saturday to Thursday. in

(1EJ ago only you know how YOU vo/e./ I Detroit. Mich where they attend. 111th trade .
ed a meeting of the American

| College of Osteopathic Surgeons
pO Cy Mr and Mrs. Ben Mtzeli\ were
i
REPUBLICAN I in Ja"ksonnll."Isting lelat.ve.sj

j Ion Sunday

I ;fJ! i FOR) 1RKK: TRVNM'ORTVi LEntire

,. t .. STATE COMMITTEE '. I JTION TO ANI: IKOM: Till:
lOI.I.x CALL 1C!)

t!. ..uUCBBBFAIfflCIAimmm!I. r Mrs. F. W. Webb of Hawthornewas

.". ,visiting Mrs. Effie Johns on Set GUARANTEED For One FULL YEAR '' }
Jo (J1 AMD 5'die! OomoG! haro.d: Alecacti .
VCMtt. l !;i '" Monday.Mr.
..;' U.ft TUJI i Treasurer Ed;!"ard B. Traub .
Mrs. F. F.
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I on Sunday, according: to a statement TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf1 I Kd I the paiade and a banner \.vain

OF INTEREST TO COLORED from the nets p.iat'-r, RevE. jl ".,! announcing the "Pc ts anJ ...'.. : ., ..: _.: ...' : -- .
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CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy L. Walker. All members BROOKER ; Uand"iniuis; iI. gijir;
friends are invited to attend. The one were: Patty Edwards, Karen

Ozora J. Shell I pastor, congregation and choii I Nettles, and Ralph Hazen In
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1AAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAli111iiiiiiiiiiiiiaJ will celebrate Appreciation Nigh'with group two were: Patrick Castlen Winn-Dixie

T.\M>HI Die house by the side of the road Rev. D.V.. Demps beforehe lj: Patty Coram and J" n I:e Annual

On Ha' irday at 4:20: p. m. Gad where we hope to be friends tc leaves for annual conference or Fish Try II | Mieeis. Group throe winners: \\tii! .
thanks to the C Hazel! Jones. i;.>, bar .It.:; i ;'. I
Tyson died at the home of his man. It i<= a conic and go affair: Nov. 15.: Many ;
I Mis G.tue 1.'i-I. ,
: Ill. pu-bidint
.- in, Ahl::i i it t, in Pte'(cart Grove. from 6 to N p Ill You! do not C. Anderson Chorus for the fine :md'! IuthI.wn.: : .
of the Biooket Gaiden Club, an-1 1
Hi f w .1 i mtio Bradford have to musical concert on last Sunda' Mis. Ralph .Nettlet'eiirti
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bung a gift: to come. Elmer : r
noumed this week that the ,
('ni'iu, "ad l had lived along, use- ;' axE: Czora EtdL at which time we raised $10_.65 'I gamzation is sponsoring a 01"\I Ij \ K
:'.1! :" lie was a successful':' County I'air Ulnntrs: on our building fund. Mrs. A I I j Frt; the Civic Center Saturday Chances were solj on a fnut t.ikt Managers Sale' !

1 irnei: and highly respected by Many red, white and I blue, ribbons i Jennings was in charge. Mar-' i i n.ght Plates will sell foi and amounted to $::5.521: Blanket ;

both laces. His passing brings [l were won by the school Helen White, reporter. 75c i 50i- Serving will beginat I $28 Doll $2880 \\'mnmgtht's, I

borrow to ;all of those who knew and groups that participated inI I Bethel Baptf Church. Rev. A 5:30. Proceeds will go toward I items were a salesman. Staike i ,

him I Itl l M\ei to mourn his loss the county fair Outstanding pos- Vmson pastor, held services all I completing the City Park. Mrs !'Gene Edwards of* Diooker ant'

three Sf,,:s. Theodore Roosevelt, ters on health were awarded blue day Sunday starting; with Sun i! Polly Wait .+nd 1'.lrs.Ielba Green ::; Mara Whittle of Starke The ilnt 1 !

Arthuiman and Albert; 23 grand- ribbons, on picture lifting and day School at itf a. m. Deacon S I are chairman of arrangements !j board made $2673.: : novelty booth I I'I Quantity

hildien, and 4 gieat-grandcMl- mounting, red ribbons and a Com Hankerson in charge. The guest ; (Ylcbration At few River !'I S1962.; baseball $17.10; fish pond j Rights Reserved

munity, white nbbon. Thurstor teacher of the adult class wa ( $2130.: country store $15.....;,; Ho i,
dren.The i Church
I Theev laver Baptist
funeral will be held at School received a red ribbon, Mrs Prof. E. H Shell who did a fine dog stand :$SO.f:: the supper >!
Uia scene of a happy gathering -
pleasant Grove Methodist Churchat S C. Price received a red ribbon job on the beautiful lesson, "The!was I $7125; and the cake walk. S3501I:
i last week. A stork shower ,
2 p. m. Sunday with Kev for crochet, and Mrs. C. Bryant Lord Is My Shepherd." At 11 a -- making a total of $33342: After k
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for Mrs. Erwin Andrews a
mount: delivering the main eulogy a red ribbon for a knitted cap m. the sermon was delivered by and I deducting $51.OS for expenses
I celebration for Mrs. T.
and the pastor, Kev. D. \V. Demps RJE 9th grades received blue the pastor; at 2 p. m. a motor- birthday net profit of $:.7931: was made
Ill. Edwards and a fish fry I
fil'lating. Arrangements are being ribbons grades 3 to 7, blue rib, cade left for Gainesville! where w( provided IT\ Meeting
much enjoyment for all who
made by HughesChestnutFuneral bon; C. C. Anderson, Jr. High worshipped with Rev. Taylor a The Brooker ITA met at the

Directors, Gainesville. Interment blue ribbon; crochet by A. B Johnson Chapel, music was fur were present. school house Thursday night: Final :
I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whittle and
;n the family lot at Anderson, red ribbon; Adult Hobby fished by choir No. 2. A ver\ arrangements were made lotthe
son of Jacksonville were weekend
Pleasant Clove Cemetery. Mrs Club red ribbon; 2 white aprons good collection was presented tc carnival, and Mrs Hazel! Hai- r
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E
)" E. Roberts!, reporter. red ribbon; Hampton School the pastor and members for the rell's room won the room count I

J:. .1. K.: 1T.\ New received red ribbon; Special Education building fund, about $i2. At 7:30 Bigham Jr. 15, nl.ili ll.irnll ('in leThe
I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and
Th.LTA of liJK High School blue ribbon, and white p. m. the sermon was delivered ; son, Craig, spent the weekend Beulah Haneil Cm le II i :

will have its monthly meeting on ribbon for pillow made in adult by Rev. Hail, former pastor of i with Lloyd's father, D. C. Wood, the Brooker BaptistCMI' met ,

\\Vilru.stlay.! Nov. 7. All parents Hotby Club of Thurston school the chunh. Joan Jenkins, report i': in Townsville, S. C. at the home of Mis M O. Hat I
anti mends are urged to come outwit Miss Ross and her committee er. '
rell Mis Melba!
Mr. and Mrs.V.. E. Bigham of Friday night.
:: made the above awards and wishto Hethelehem F. W. BC.
;a g Ius your support. Mt Rev. LMi the
I Lakeland spent last week with Green was in iharge Of pio
I'I"g.th; Methodist Church has thank all persons and school I Kay pastor, held regular services Seven member were
| the Bighams Jr. gram. pres-
punned( an enjoyable program for groups for their participationBlue at Micanopy, at St. John ent.
of Ocala andI
i Dr. George Miller
the .-filing Mrs Marion Dell ribbon first prize; Red sec Brother Lee carried on the services -
I I Dan sumeral of Miami were dinner Mr. and :\11'". R A. Xettie-;
I'M Mclt-nt; Miss E. M. Kennedy ond; White, third. in Starke. The I Can Clui J
| guests of Mr. and Mrs W. were in Jacksonville Tuesday! on tr- -11
I Uepoiter. Ita Boy met on Saturday at the home of
''E. Higham Jr. Friday night.I business llr. and\ Mis Nvttleare -
/ pen Ilou.ei'ruirssnr Juliusloot": Chandler and Mrs. Gladys Dlye and discussed
I \\ are happy to have Mr. and taking a business adnnni-ti.i
and Mrs. Elmer Shell Amanderine are the proud par "The Devil's Ifs." The Prayer I riri
iMis Gerald Dukes of Lake Butter tion course at Staike They ale
invited! the members of the vari- ents of a son, born recently at band of the church held prayei I ,
to move into our community. attending the Adult Clas.seon
ous ( hunhe.s and I'TA and Hobby Bradford County Hospital. Amanda services during the week with
I with Mrs. Rosa
They residing Wednesday nights.
are
Club groups: of the city to in- I is a graduate of RJR. Julius Sister Bertha Dell, who is stir LOVETT'S
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i Pinholster.I Formerly
spect their new home across from attends Adult Classes and hopes shut-in. A wonderful meeting filled Little Mnessa Ann Gano ot

the neH.IK\ sihool Persons of I to graduate soon. We are happy with the spirt was held. Regu I DrnmiMr.ition Club\ )ltet'iThe Swan Lake spent two days last '

Lautf\. Hamp'un! Hlo"ker.Vat-I i to welcome! Little! : J,':one tr lar prayer meeting eachVednes j Brooker Home Demonstra- week with her grandpaients. Mi'.

11' oak Lin<'nln (Citv,t and :Stukr: StaikeChurch. I day night Faithful Few Club on !I! tan: Club held its regular at meet-the and Mrs. R- F. (;ann. Prices Good Through Saturday, Nov. 3rd
Wednesday/ afternoon Mr. and :\11'1.; M. Gano and
that '.\ill attend the I'TA on \,'\\ Monday night, choir rehearsal
on:
\\....hl"L.X'iV' 7; .in-! ak.d l ti t.O Mt fist, ui \\1: K: Cnuuh will (I Tuesday, I Can Club on Saturday -i i Civic Center with eight memben- children of St. Augu.stine were

'dp!' \ II'! : u l .I li.'llil'i' .IIMi -11' ol '.n.,:.il t. ,,1 i inn in.nil sorviies:: to all these meetings i present. supper guests of Mr. and 111 s. :, tM
you t CHASE & SANBORNCoffee
( | Miss Dorothy Ross gave a report
are cordially invited. R. F. Cane Sunday night.: : ,. .
Gladys Dlye
I of the County Council meet-
reporter. ; :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ru-s and ,,
I held at Raiford, Oct. 16. She I
i IVrsiiiuI Mention [: ing Mrs. J. W. Dukes Ji. anti tlallgh-I
also advised the members that '
I Alma terof Lake Butler'It' \'Isltlng'
Hemingway of
St Peteisbuig
i 1 the Council dues would be only
Vance Russ in ApopKa lastcek-
spent the weekend with instead} of the $5
HUNDREDS his brother, Eugene Dlye, and 53 per year .nd. Mr. Russ is in the hoit] it Ii
previously charged, due to a sur LB89C
Among tno.se attending thij!
j f.mlil.e'v and Beulah Lennon :I
the Coca-
from
] and} : i plus of money Dukes-Long wedding in Like
Ram.tr spent part of theI .
of details are managed and economically Cola funds.
I weekend Ocala Butler RUllllay'I c Mr and!
in and Wildwoodwith
attended that only a trained and !j After the business meeting ,
relatives and friends. Mrs. Mrs, T. W. \Iarkey, Mi and Mi-
careful organization attend when I Miss Ross gave a talk on selec-
L can S, C. Price was guest for the Earl Green and\ daughter, Linda
the urgent need for serving is at Women's Day observance at MtMoriah. i jtion and care of materials used Gayle, Mr and Mis Frank Tin- 'I Ili{,

hand. Starke. She is a faith-II I for The clothing.Club decided to make a ney and boys, Mr. and Mr.s Dave Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order !I--- i,

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ful member of Shady Grove PD I Green. Mr. and 111'I.do Im !I'' I
to sell to raise to .
I quilt money Mrs. Lewis ante' :. -_ ___ a 'F
Church, p.eGainous, pastor.Gainesville i send one 411 girl to the training Lewis. Mandy ---- ---= -r-=-- === ._ __,s
Mr and Mrs. A. O Jean Endicott, Allen Lewi Kath- :
DeWITT C. JONES school that is held in Tallahasseeeach '
Jenkins Jr are visiting parents ryn Harrell, Annette Green Yvonne : ,
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. and friends. He will leave his year.Members Hariell Norman and :Mrs I
of the Club will meet
family m St.uke while he will I Rosa PinholsterMr. THE LIQUID SHORTENING I .
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur : it the home of Mis Dave Green
spend a and half and :Mrs. Ha/en ,,
year a in Japan. Tuesday afternoon to work on Aubiey Aflc'QUART
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local funeral home enables as to offer convenience two I the quiltll.illnwri11. and children Crete vIsIting Mi : iqccn ,i
\ and Mrs. Tub Sheiouse and :Mr i iI
services not otherwise available.We BUSINESS MEN! C.miix.il 11 '
antiIrs.. W. M Hazen in Gaini"f -- BOTTLEOIL.
If want to handle 'arnivalp.ais
you more The annual\ Halloween { I i 'V
I I II I I I I' II \' Sun-lay.I .
money, help Keep the forest aed bv the HI"ok.'I' PTA I I IIrs. "
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furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and .\ is h"I i' 1 Sahndanight: ; T"nt | :\ Shirley Over'tuif and chil- I
green.
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Accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, 'Issued by ANY j 'h.' mm il .nit with a \; ingA lien of Xewpoit News V.i' are I .
Vote For Fire '
company as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Forest 'i-- 'ii' i ,.-.tuon\ |parade, begin visiting Rev. and Mis Jx>nmc

Consultation carries no obligation. I Protection Nov. 6 '1111;; .1 'roe( C.M' Ct-nt Two Parker. II Limit One With $5.00 or More Food Order I
t.iKotiv i, f"xv'n i "MW paP('tt Bob Thomas and son were visiting -

.. .. :\11 s. Bob Thomas in Jatksonville I .
: '_;I, __ -. -_ !i.. _' _: _-__ :.-- _:= -__ :.. :- ,'_ -'_ __ _-_ Sunday Mrs. Thomas had a I '

m.tjoi operation last week, but

improving
Mi :and'Mis. Clarence Thomas I
PILLSBURY PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
n' Gainesville were \'iJiting11' lIIil 1

;and Mi- Benny Thomas Sunday l I i''
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Mi and, Mrs. I), M. Starling of j j I !,

I.icksonulle were Sunday gue-t-j! il;:

ol Mi: :and Mrs.Voodroiv Thomas |i

mil 1 unity. j i Flour 5 Ib bag I!::
Bishop Thomas was visiting hiiiiother .- 49c l l'I
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i J R who is in the hospital' in ''I:'

l ) .lac! ksunulle, Sunday. Mis Bishop

Thomas: and children spent the Ii :'
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II. II. Lewis at Pine Level! : Irl!
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By Janet Turner

\ To I>e Chennay; Mump 1'35JeAUAAAAAUAAAAUAU: :

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:M'! ,md, Mis, P. S Crews C ;
NOV 11 8 P M ltd ts their weekend /gtu-ts her FULL, HALF, OR WHOLE

,u.'M'ei'. Mss Emma Ruers her NO CENTER LB

--i-tei Mis. Waldo Pnngie! Mrs I

r i II Sellers and daughter, and SLICE REMOVED
COME' IN AND GET YOUR TICKET TODAY!
P.'il\! flaw Rivers, *all of Auburn ; 8 12 LBS AVG WT

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:Mi and Mrs Joe Neal Bell h.. : .( KMHBHM


NW A Muffler Guaranteed For The Life Of Your Car week ot Pensacola of their were parents.guests Mr this an' HICKORY SWEET

:MiA. C. Delche and :Mr and!

Handled Exclusively In Starke By Dodd's MrI G. Caldwell.

Mi and Mrs G. E. Crews had Lh<
SLL BACON
i- hen I weekend guest their sun 49CSUNNYLAND
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:MiJohn+ Crews of MonticelloMi .

/ COME SEE COME SAVE! S': tPt1iv: ] and guests Mrs L.their Burden son-in-law had :1

.ltllll td l il tighter. Mr and Mrs D CLOTH BAG ALL PORKSAUSAGE

:;wick. lt72! :; 1200Chev. Mer1010! !!! .I s 03 T Dioiden of JacksonvilleMi .
: and Mrs Morns Ed.vv!
15)51-3.1) 10.60 Old i It 1011-30 s>3 ,'

DeSo. Ci<:, 1012-32:! :! 10 .15 Old*. $. 1031-32!I ) :): 1103!I; -T,1>'r 1\!dinner family chests of gt.lrkt'1"of her PI'' :' s9 C

10 DAYS LY 10 ))odge.lH.jl.!) : 10.13;:) Pljm 1912-;3t lot 13; '- :Miand Mrs E C LmcM Lb

,1 :Stu.'( f 1117.3'2!) : TOO( Pontiac, 1I! :;j.)1; s.03!I; > anl Mrs R Carter had! "

r I'ly.V 1933-36; ; ;:) __11.23;:) Mer Mnt 1033-3; ; :;
Ford; Pine 1933-56 1030 Dodge V-X 1933-33: 12.00! L'lter-m-law.: ', Mr and,! :\1'"

WASH JOB . 99c ; \\ ;1'. m Carter of Jackon\iV: ALL PURPOSE FANCY REDAPPLES
Free Installation I AlsoOn ,- '. :Mr and Mrs Ben Rowlartf


Cars Not Listed ( Mani Ptirke. Mrs J, G CiMv';
\ To Z
-' -. S'indav with relatives:: : '" Ib hag

LUBR.iCl TiO (inc ))un't Take Chanct'x With l'oi-onou: Ga; ee.. hose That In ,' !. 5 49C
u w .. Vand Mrs R. Carter 111 \'
i-i ,Jl1 Leaking Muffler Replaced Today With Thi :Ntr.ir- : : '. '- their houseguest this v..i"hvlavv '(>, I II

tory Life (Guaranteed; Muffler. In-tailed In Fifteen I ,, ':, -. aid} dan -ht, ,. '

I 0 $ .99 Minutes Mm: .1! Mrs Joseph; Cande'aAf' :

YASh P.nll\J : R. V. Turner and rh'l"il ] -- '

6t ;) sflitesgsgaaffsi1J. t &: l { v: 1 :\11';;. J L. Anderson ?!' f SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORSCream

-- :51 :'X.visited; Mr ant! M'<; r.

T> \\ .d'j.vorthn: Ha".r"..". a"

t: ," T'r'er in Lake Bu'.1: :' 'T-'

Dodd's Sunoco Service : ,"

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f. I1II.I lO1)lLmaeer:: t,. !0) Counties Can't IJe \\'rnne.I .

r. '' Vote For Forest Fire
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. .:: Protection Nov. 6
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I and Mrs. Marion Higgin- to her bed now for eleven = -
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botham and family were guests of j months. !,::1 '1-i i Ii
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I. Mr and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and i I Among those attending the fair I I'I'in !:i","'I
family last Sunday. Jacksonville last ,
By Mrs.! C. B. Nolan | Saturdayll
j Mr and Mrs James Waters and :I were Mr. and Mis. Dan Pamsh. .
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UA V AAAULAAAAAAAAVAAT i'family of Lawtey were guests of; Mr and Mrs Joe Lucas and fameI .
:' Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbot Ily I Jo Ann and Patty Pan i.ih iI j I
I. Manning returned to Ft. '!
ham and family Sunday afternoon. :Martha Harris Jewel ILggmbot-1 I ,
Ku"X. Ky. Thursday night after Haiti sin Ilnnw'outing I j ham, Mrs. Mae Higgmboth.uij'
spending an 11-day furlough with II The Baldwin Indians Homecom- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and!
I it-: lives heie.
i i ing will be held Friday night Nov family Mr and Mrs. E. L> Hip-
Little Diane Sihmchls of Jack- ]i' gmbotham and sons, Mr. :Mi-
2, when they play Bolles School and Citizens
-"iiville,. spent Friday night with I of Jack.onville. Last SaturdayI I Franklin Dell and family. Mi tint of Bradford
a. i giandpaients, Mr. and Mrs ,I I night they played the St. Joseph's :Mrs J. C. Nolan and famih' M I: County
!Hiifi.td Higginbotham. I IMr I Academy in St. Augustine and''and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Mm I II
and Mrs. J. C. HigginbotjiIin j'i were defeated 1813. We hope Mutt Harris, Alvin Padgett Duk-
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and daughter, Cheryl, were'', they will be at their best this'ie Harris and Buck Wellluusen
weekend guests of Mr. ana MrsNtthtn time and win this game I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and '..'
Starling in Lawtey. I daughter visited in Jacksonville, 'II !I
Mrs Alverta Starling and son i
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Mi. and Mrs. Doss Higgmbotluiii j Sunday afternoon. '
I I Charles Higginbotham of Jacksonville I

.:ii!ksonville were! business Friday afternoon.visitors miJ I j j.Mr I, were guests of Mrs Les-I: spent Mr. Sunday and Mrs.with Lyle:Mr.: and Schmehls:Mrs.I Its
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Ihe I Sweat last Monday. Later Than You Think
: and :Mrs: I). J. Parnsh and 1! Buford Higginbotham and family.Mr. ,
Mr and Mis. Dan Hargroves
!uiiuly attended the fair in Jacksonville and Mrs. J. C. Jligginbot-I
last night and daughter visited in Jack- '
Friday ham and daughter, Mr. : :,
Mis C. B. Nolan and sons sonville Sunday with Mr. and :,. E. D. Higginbotham and sons, and'
Hiliv and Bobby.'Isited in Jack Mrs Webb Cannon. lie regret Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham :
-. visited in Jacksonville fri- !, "

Hear These Stirring Sermons By? Pastor day evening with Mr. and Il's'l
Lyle Schmehls and daughter.Mr. ,
'God's Wonder Book 11 a.m. and :Mis. J. C. Nolan and :

Friday family night.visited the Starke fan :' I. YOUR VOTE FOR AMENDMENT 5
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The Sin of Prayerlessness" p.m. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schnehls- I
and their parents ol Jacksonville 1'1
I visited at the home of Mr. and I .

Mrs Bufoid Higginbotham Sun- I i
Church '
First
Hampton
Baptist day. ,, 1
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I Little Johnie Higgmtotham I "
has been ill for several days. "I I,'
10 A.M. I I Ii "
School
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Sunday Hope he will be well again soon

Training Union 7 I'.M. i Little Miss Cheryl lIigginbot-1 :
ham is ill at her home NEXT TUESDAY NOVO :
"Hour of Power" Wed 8 Pill.X11 is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 6
1 J. C Higginbotham. ,
Special Music In EveryService ifi Mi and Mis. I-l D. Higginbot ,
ham and sons were Sunday guests "
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ot'11' and Mrs. H. A. Sweat in
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MARVIN;. FAILE Pastor! I I II'

I :\Ial'dennv.Mr. and 1 Mis. II. E. Griffis and
.1 Miss Mary Wilkes and Hay Harru H HI
had supper at the Congregational WILL HELP
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Fnday night After the supper.<< I I II !II,,.
I Ki\: Hams delivered the evening I,::,,,:,
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the church services ,
REVIVAL uncage at I ::
Mr and :'di a. Millard Stark-'I':;
I uit and daughters attended tin I
!, Holme.Church services at Uio

night Garden City church Sat unlaa ....OUR SCHOOLS

Mi* Lealei Harris. Mis (r.l.nh-; I
First Baptist Church Copeland: and Mis. Elsie MatCu(
non were business visitor >:

STARKE I .l.uksonville n:.>n is getting Saturday.along nueh MiCan 110/'a ....OUR COUNTY ROAD SYSTEM :
Mrs. D. J. Parrish and smi
David, were business viMtoi* nJacksonville
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last Monday n.1 ni

,I ing Misses Maiy Kilgore and Fro '11 i ices !
Bell and \1Is. E. :\1. Feaglj' ....OUR PUBLIC HOSPITAL Ij!
represented the Maxville School ,! |iil lj IIat itu
: the School Day dinner given by i|''I j "I
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'the Community Chest at the j'I ?,, I I','
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LA George Washington Hotel in'I'II !

I Jacksonville MI.S. Doss Thursday.Higginbotham.frs.. T'Iil i:

Leslie Sweat and Mrs.[ C. B. Xo- ''I'
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Ian seived at the Home Demonstration '"

,. Greater Jacksonville Clut Exhibit Fair at las the Amendment No. 5 provides for Reapportionment of the State Legislature ::ii

Saturday.
I Mrs Doss Higginbotham and I to give each County large or small one Senator. Repre- '';;:'
Mrs P. B. Nolan attended the
Baldwin P. T. A. Meeting last sentation in the House of Representatives would be based on popula- ,,
Thursday night while Mr. Nolan :, I"!
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and sons. Shirley Higginbotham tion. If this Amendment passes, the smaller counties of Florida will '::1::
and! Linda Waters attended the i
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'Drive-Inn, Mis Raymond movies. Kilgore and still control the Senate just as they do today. There is powerful : !
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family Higginbotham and Misses June visited and Saturday Shirley opposition to this Amendment by the big counties of the State who If:1:':

in Jacksonville with Mr. and
REV. HERMAN COLLINS Mrs. Paul Garrett and family.Mr would like to control the Senate, just as they already control the i i11;; i i:
and :Mrs.: Bud Waters and III

FROSTPROOF FLA. family of Jacksonville visited House of Representatives, and the Executive and Judicial Branches !11 III, !
with :Mrs Dorothy Waters Sunday '

EvangelistBEGINS ,, of our State Government. The State Senate is the last hope of the :, i


SUNDAY, NOV. 4th TREES ARE MONEY. Don't Small Counties of Florida to retain a voice in our State Government. I!I i

11 :00 A. M.1.DAILY. Let Them Hum! If Bradford and the other Small Counties ever lose control of the illll:
Vote For Forest Fire I I II
10 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
Protection Nov. 6 I Senate they will be at the mercy of the mammoth' metropolitancenters i Ii!
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I of the state that are eager to gobble up the lion's share of Ii ,!!
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our Race Track Funds and other tax revenue that is now the very III! :

Now wcVc it '
got life blood of our small county governments. If they ever lose this re- : :
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venue, the Small Counties of Florida will be bankrupt overnight and ,:: :


Shell YOUR taxess will soar to the point where you may be bankrupt, too. I"::":;;;

Sup er This must not happen and it will not happen if the citizens of Brad- :


I, ford and our other small counties wake-up before it is too late. ,
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with TCP I I'I II I II, ," ..'1

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Ii i is ihejnost/ powerful gasoline : II II I i


ihe'niosl, powerful[ cars (can then It'I I''I,''! YOUR VOTE MAY BE the ONE to SAVE



lligierthanhightest 1CpurileaJesthefullpmcer I

Super Shell is an entirely new uf high ucliine
grade of gasoline that's more Super Shell contains TCP additive -
powerful than "high test" It .to neutralize harmful Bradford County From FinancialI'Rm.U' Ruin
w ill give motorists more powertlian engine deposits to unleash
they ever imagined their the full power of high octane
cars cculd deliver, and will TCP additive keeps a car delivering .
sati.thE' still more powerful its full power mile j
cars expected for '07. after mile. y

lore ar"r'alies-tl.t' poser lair a uric gut>line-ii uric '
ingredient vf w ialiini fuel pump ,
Shell is the nations Number Look for the new white pump
One supplier of fuel for atmyslation.That'stheSuper ;ssttL
mercialaviation..lidfromthe Shell pump containing the
special power ingredients of most powerful gasoline the
VOTE
aviation fuel-know* as aromost powerful cars can use! 'FOR'
.., ....., . S N E L L 1ad,1l Amendment 5I
matics-comes the net power 'el1'... T.. .. ark for tjv. .now_ c'.,. e.
of Super helL I ,.o u'ci'.i:> ,.-...'i-4 l>) :oit. .r. i'at i


Gel Super Shell nl the uric tcliilr /u"'I':

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Democratic Women Honor Visitors I Starke Pair Held Halloween Hi-Jinks At Little Women's Dancer Gas Station Operators Funeral Held


Win Prizes In Contest

'"" In Illinois ForT

In Auto Thefts ,' ", -' ,- .: .

: 'J ". ,. .. .', ;. ,'I fl' .. '. James Gray
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: PI the, Iii,: quilt r' "'' .-.!:,'i: ii .

.ra Robbery Of Store 4. rT7' t > \ -, o',..t:ik .I J in.,'- F-1'.11.;, ..

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t1F 1 >TcI'1i f ? .,... i i e' ,.. i -eft.; Height: ; Sund.ix nnu "'

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: ;rr II.' I: l..ng' n.k t. : i I xx :

Si't; ugs )0111 welt, : .. 'ft I A C'i .: <.',: .\ ,-nSin< .

..>.k with! (barges ot sty i '.. tWJ (. Pi i.k ,: :: .,, :: '-.'; v,".,' ii i- I : :' ,.. .

k .'J Itffumak and lion ... x- /, .f o'ltsui: .'1-'.!o :i; : i. .i-.11- n. II.

Brother Motor ('" \r: i f tin! st.. ,bt i 'i,.ai"ie'nent": 1'i i ".'L: ,' I.' h

.' A charge of breakm,. .1.- rf. rrw \ i n," ...- '.'i ,i- -I.t .; leMi'.ts: I 14e: .,.:.: -

'.1 :It>ll's Drug tstort- here i i. i- T '. <.> .. ,1"! :'n ,,':i:i v S.t; ,.k! -

aft i r"','n placed against the ]".: : xe .... ,. I ,,11?,,', ,t.," :' II; '\ ,- ,bu.I. 't 1 1 ,.1\.1d t'

i',' t.vo men. Charles Th. i I. .' ',! ,.., ', :.: "O "i .I I;' ,. : I'.'

ml Leroy Addison ; ." >r r wE 1! .,.-t .1\\ j U '11tH; :net C.u'd! h ;r.tv-

Mrs C. I' \\ailsunrth ili-tt, ) tide ot tu! i'li:iiniiaa nf tin- Bradford :> i': 20, were arrested b:. ::1!:, ( Y M I ''I1.I""I.\.a.d: : t'rll'l! ::. 't''' : ',! H 1 1'

( ""111\, 11t'III..uali.. ( mtiiiiittre, and :\Ir... Let Irt-cn ( right) Distriit Hunuay Patrol near :Mai .ani! \\ i : 'i'1 of >. ,'kr C'o: .it'i, II i Ku''nr.: i\

.11.1 i Charged with stealing :Mi.iai I '.' 'I i i- i :-.1 :in. A .'JFUI1t't4i scixiucs xxi
( iiiinuilti unman, srx.'d honored guest at a coffee held TmsdaxliinriiiiiK
I' m which they were riding .l'' The IlalloutTii ",'a"11a... inhered in last S.tt .. : Thursday in the F'uI'hnrt "-: *
: at Imal 11t'IIIUlTati. lii-acliii.irlrrs| mi (oiirt :-.1 n','" Inuring M.inlxn ( o\ (d.'iitiri indulges. in tin ti ulitioiia I
hinting to a statement g.vri iinla> night; with a )>ali ddne.-.1ai; u l.i tin l.ittl.Women's (. h ol Hurst III 'C:.
I lnriil.i <>ii <)|M-ratioiis ( n>ssr..ads on la half of tinnatiimal titkctwire Halloween sport "f appli -bobbinas s\\i.. | I'.mlU '
Sheriff P. D. Reddish by Thin!,;' (11111| in th<. iliih lu.iiv .lIlIlit"rJllII1':11.: 1'ivxtM! m the n'u-\i'I : I( < ,
:Ir.Ii"I' P.aKr \\ashingtim) l I1. ('., assotiate i-ditor of the son they were returning from ,i I raiiklm Iil/h, Inddie "steplu.. and Itirbar.o I MM II. II )\ E Hi.. new K-IIT-: ti,, ,..
lran to the aU.lira.,
\ia sliding hoard and Hub
III iiiui ratic Digest, and :\Ir... DiiruthrttlcnlxTcli, : of niriiniiKliam: I jtiip which they had made to : I Hates await their turn 11.1111'11\; panics. and' nfresliiiii l-iimk prust'-si/i' foiini.i.n; ji.'iiN in I'i\\.f: i' .I.-'s l Fi' ..: "
Smith (tenter) shows Lou it's done l orolli\
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M.I.. .Irrettry <>f the i-inoirati National Committi <-. During their Louisiana in the car stolen from ills glade for a full ,,\<'iiin;: of 1111'1'1.111I11I"111 pastel shades. Oily >:{.0'l! at I'.r.ul : -' it k.': t hi -t .
U.& 1011. Nancy Hates. (,l,'nd.i I ntl'rllill. and trthirGreen
.lip| lure the xisitors urged: I'.r.iilfiinl Pointy Driimi r.itiroinen to the Starke lot. 1 im-.t, ( uiiiitx Ifli'irraph.. i: ;:..11...' "'
offer a helping hand
lirli| gt nut the \<>tf on Nov. 6. I The statement said that they ;

had abandoned the first <'ai in t HOXISKITHAM : : : :

Airs. I': Defuniak and stolen the one .n J
HamptonDies 0 4e
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Assessor \xhn-h they were captured t & BACON CURING

Raps Funeral In the signed f.'r.'atfnu '

; Thompson laid the burden of 'ne f At Hickory Smoking

blame for the thefts on AililiotiIk
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School Teachers Held Thursday ; said that the car was si men n Bring Your I'ork To

,: in Staike and they headed t i..ij .I

( Continued from Pag11/ Mis. Jest: Mae Hampton. 42 !j: N't w Orleans after Addison h.id !
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died at her home near Starkj j i[ broken into the drug store .mi 1 FLORIDA COLD STORAGE
\\ hll h would face new homebuyerF to enter the1'
attempted
Tuesday morning following ? iL
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who ale scraping the bottom of
heart attack. store on F.. Call St.
the bairell to buy their home. If had 111111".1 JaiKMimtllf.! Ha
Thompson said they Mfl) Brady :St :
the $: !ItI) exemption were strict- A native of Bradford CountyMrs. I around and headed back aft<., _

followed they simply couldn't Hampton was a member of leaching New Orleans. He .-.tld t 1e6A One l I K-k! off Ahitk-1 ,\u-. at I -num M.
the Baptist Chureh. Survivors in
the taxes. he
nearly $200
a\ in talked Addison into 'I i
he had
1.1..1! ( elude two brothers. Floyd of Law to the police. IMIONKA.i.l: \ :\ :;-t.ll7

tey. and Travis King of California tendering
The tax assessor said people The Starke ear theft and or"k
: a sister :Mrs. F. S. Campbe'
that timberlands in in took place last Monday nun-: :
:ave laimed of Lawtey. and several nieces an-

the County are not assessed nephews About SIS was taken from !'n.' .\ 'linlm' foresomt gathers around to i heer
:.',ore. Ill'till' \ slmUfimine fatale as portra\rd b>' Eddie Sell It Rent It Trade It
enough Though not disputing the Funeral services were held a'I I Thompson said he had wali! 'ifuither lonely little nun who stood all e\enin;: l>\ himself
llartiiiann. the liter( of attraitmn for
laini, he compared the Bradford ,' the graveside in evergreen Cem down the street while in tin middle of the dame floor ( I, to ri) :glary was i. anassorted -

assessments with neighboring etery at 2 p.m. Thursday with th AddIson entered the drug storeand .\:';111'I.1tllll': \\", Bobby! lYrjriison, :Markil.mis, :group of cowboys. hillbilhs, and Hitler's (I Ito '

,counties noting that in Union I eJohn Forsythe officiating was trying to fix his truck and Rolibie ('upps. U"Irati"II" arri.-d out) thellallmmn 1'1) Hul'h I Smith Mike: (ioldwire. I'rankill.ams. ; WITH A TELEGRAPH .
Burial the family CLASSIFIED
was in
$:?>> plot. while the A&P bieak-m attempt theme.Midgets li-rrj \\illianis.und \\.illt-r .lennings.
County the assessment is only DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Honif
was i:oing on.
and in Baker from $"_.50 to $3. of Starke was in hare of arrangements .

while 'Bradford the timberland : how Rates Good Results Kasy To Place

ale valued in around $8 to $S50 ar Score 60BSquad PrepareFor C of C Directors I I I II ALTXK ontn'I : 10 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION Me

Cub ScoutsCub I Edwards Altar Society w.l! E.CHIIIIITIO \L WORD 2c:5e

ane.Long Battle With meet Wednesday e'eningXU\' 7
mentioned an idea he has': AilS OR USOT PID IV All\ \\CE
at H o'clock at the Parish Hall : \UUrrIO'\. FoR ni.lD.
been working on which would ; Scout Pack 70 held its Loses Re-Elect Andrews 01"1'O1T: OK IS: PER ( K:>T OTWO OR M,HK INSERTIONS

raise the County an additional regular monthly meeting In th I' Green Cove TeamThe I -
It \KKSLKA ;
53.'>.000 and not tax anyone over !! recreation building of the First. I

$1'\ 62 annually. Methodist Church Monday night i OnFinalPlayThe nudge football players.!!for PresidentGuy bake sale is planned for ; ri.-rllrnl: KKhinic Hrrri I LOCATION
Under this : j .. .. :w' 1..1 I 1..1 .
proposed ,
procedurean ji i Kirni-li'.l tl-iB' ; \ FIRST with 115 Cubs and parents pres tied 6-6 Wednesdayafternoon as Election Day. XO6., by the Alta fr.'ni' la...... I.. 1..1 I .....
tending
assessment would be placed j i I i I 2 large and lowly la'Ctroom,. spacious -
Society of St. Edwards Church All for $2.500 00.
met their last intersquad also boat.
they in
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on personal property which would )i I ent. A puppet show was presented Bradford Tornado Bsquadlost Andrews, local realtor. was I II to be held at the Staike Hotelon ;I lit ing room with fin-plate

equal 10 per cent of the value of i j' by members of Den 7, and thr I j a see-saw football battle in game before joining forces to pie- ,1 te-elected president of the Stark E. Call Street. j'I FI.OIUD.HEAtTY CO. Tile in both kitchen and bath You

the homestead. The $1.000 personal Den 8 mothers served refresh- I the last play of the game Tues- pate for a battle with the midgets I and Bradford County Chamber o .I Of Starke (I till recogni/e the difference -

property exemption would |I ments. :Many awards were given I day afternoon as Gainesville High from Green Cove Springs I I' Commerce at a meeting of the ( Trlrphunr. 3*>:t I this is f a honif, not just a house

'ie subtracted from this and the I Puppets that the boys had j ji intercepted a pass and gallopedfor Townsend Strickland midget ]I i board of dIrectors Monday afternoon i \V. C. T. U. i ::.". -Iniipl- ti. Mnrkr. Fin. ,' There are lots of ettras here

ax levied on the rest. :. made the 6-0 win. '. 1 IlHtcr hurry on this. The price

"This tax would not hit anyone during the month were displayet Up until those final seconds coach, said that efforts are being with : W H. Graham x\aseleitei xic i .'TOT.InoTI; tXn; : Is; Tllf F.:1.: .':->".. T\\ n l 1o.lr."rn in in- 'and terms are right.
made! to set the fiirni-lint
up game .. l\ I
at this h '''''JlI'I..I
meeting.Cattlemen u->
cry hard" Long said, "and I Gamesxxille had not penetratedinside Green Cove in about two weeks. president. Mis Marian Howe ex'i ONE: MFK UILK 1IIFJE.IL: tar v.in p"it. i-'iK' v-1 Inquire atn CIIIHI| and solid S bedroom older
believe would if'' of the BBS 2-Vyaid: line ecutive J. I' miln ," *'!" In
they cooperate Wednesday's contest the secretary and R. IN<; UITH \LCOIIOI. : 4 K i home large bath large ing

they know the situation. : Meet Bradford was stymied as they l ,,: youngsters showed they have developed inton treasurer. Newell" Zepp wa:
Morgan also called for public neared scoring position several into haul hitting football elected as a new member on thi \.\T I O'\\I. \ O I l'I.1: Small new and repair Jobs ac- room. \ lo\ely front |porch and
of the in The State Cattlemen's Association times. After taking the opening board of directors and the following c.pted. Jue C. Picks, Rt. 1. L'ox,1
understanding problem !I players. The score for the _,.: ,.LUI'. iii fig grand back yard fating! on a separate -
the county. "It is not the tax will hold its annual conven kickoff the junior Tornadoes drove fullback directors were re-elei'tei -- street pith a concrete floored
I red team was gained as I
assessor's; responsibility to bear tion in Ft Pierce Nov 13-15 J.'. J. to within 20 yards of the Gaines- Marion Cottle drove four yardsfor to succeed themselves: Guy Andrews oiu TI:\TII A\\iVERS.IRY! tixo-<-ar garage. This only one

the he said "but to the Shaw director of the association, Mile but the visitors' defense Robert Baiksdale. J. \DIOS REP \11111) ,
load up goal ballhanged : the goal.halfback E It's A Fact All Makes All Model story so you <'an sw there is li U

people in the County to say what said last week tightened and the ]I II Wall Jr. and J. R. Bullinton.I llravunahlr IhnrRHi gnsranteedcute. afitoul.I1'u' blinks to 1'ost Of far.

kind of school they want. He Shaw said that I O'adfoid, County (' hands, Ronnie Raves capitalized to- I Plans for the annual CI.tlUIt'1 711.1V.. tail. !(t.'. .!iirriiiuu intercepted
said that man people rhino! fill i ttlemen: wanting to attend I I 1 The game was a tight defense" on an pass I of Commerce banquet set fur lording t.i the Km: x< li"l>iI I- 70 \. Tarot with lixeahlr house
60 for the touch-
yards
better school and roads but tlx. the se-o.I'll1-- 111 |1"111 h III: 1 fo'! till' battle all the way. with the action gallop I Nov 15 in the Methodist leciei Vmcricana, a sure' of !II.-! OF only X miles oil hard road all
down for the whIte team. WHEN IN NEED
"rant then taxes towei tarp moving up and down midfield lion building, were discussed am1 i)7t! cases inxolxing i Ho SM-<'ificdiseases tin- \\.ix. II.is more than 'IZ mililiighxi.ix >
Eddie Brown was the leading I LANDSCAPINGFILL
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tvnnv Williams. playing his ground gainer of the afternoon speaker would h. seem owed that XI -'' per (i-nt nl DIRT deep \\<'11. tI: ,-...rico nah

at quarteitatk, turned racking up a total of 47 yards ell<<| for this event. the patients had I (lompli-ti l.x rrloxcrcd s.xslfin and lots of ;pine. tiinlxriiiul
t ti'st game
editable performance. Com- for the U M team. Ronnie Fares I I'rehml1'\.1ry plans weie also dis, or xxere r"all.illl. or DISKINGW. t tlioiisaiuls of small Ilin'.,. \ll I
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This Week's showed the for the White
SpecialsNovember ,?,'nd.-a 1 for their play during thegantt' team bx plowing way tluough tot 21 : cussed fni Staike's Centcniu proxcd. L. THIGPEN, JR. this IN :going/ fur $'iIXI.: !)

I were Hub Taccia. the lead- ; I xx huh will In' i.hsfixr,! in I'.i'iT! Rt. 2 Box 215-D Alton Kd.rilOXE list your property uith mihuxe -. I
Tads Such! a record i is possible IM--
,m u.oundgamer, tackle William 297-J many prospfititc IUIJITS \\hu
caiisthe (
2 Thru November 8 I Pa nsh. andy Johns and Ray 'hirnpratlie restoresniirin.il Mill buy! now if the pri.e is righlI .
: I Conner
To Serve function to r.uh Starke Fla.I .
I ljul.l, EndsV. II Johns andV'mton Conner Discusses : organof need! nou sc\cral lily liiiddingIlls. !:
the
holly noOn.ill
by mrvi-
came m fOIpl" If fur sale tall .
Kelly also \ours is mtuAlsu

II \ Ml mention by Coach Clifford In As ToastmasterAt pressure.Uhi'ii if you hire l pots or aux siiuxrcage -
Amendments ,
Tit I ..'h", m in ,1'1'11 :
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outside thi* utx
GOWNS Itrff.< :, C'.II h xxorksITOJMTI.X .
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C i 'I 1 IV next B-squad game will; bx.i UF Banquet the lady is nut oily a.I, 1 '.\ i, .'" j, .. I.... ..1..I If >nur Inline is for sale and xnutxish
Talk To Rotary \ 'I'1 '. 1'1:
at 4 I I. i \
Staike Tuesday able to guaranteed udxiTtisiag (lien
I ? :,, m repair and maintain u I i. '11 kin .1 I. i:' i r-v/: ">
will meet th.'t ,, tfd tigTOR ':'it rill xoii tu by tall
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p ,in when they Doyle E Conner of Stoke health but to ward off infectionsof I' i .- pa) step
Fernandina Beach. Doyle! E Connei. Ki.idtm in \rite tot
Jersey nom all kinds. Consult }
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I j speaker of the 19">7 House of onr JETrlo: tn. desirable' one

$1 00 \alue I County Representative and Speaker Representatives. will serve atoastmas'.ei ('hirul'ru.t4lr todaj. and two bedroom apartment
of the 1057! ; House of Representatives .''a'ollalo1p. Mr. and Mrs. W 11.oUman. WALL REALTY
Irreg.ANKLETS: !Tires Stolen for the annual Finn 228 W. Madisor.. tfchg

i discussed 11 pioposci I da Blue Key banquet tonight I Friday i BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC HKGISTKKEI BROKER
''amendments to the Florida Con- ON SAVIXnS: KETSTOVK I
Ttu'es were stolen Sundaynight I ) in the University of Floi id.' PAID
I at Wednesday's hint'heor : STATH RANK: KEY- Office :
stitut'on : 337 N Walnut St.
rom a gas truck owned by gymnasium: This event xxhu-1' !STOVE HEIGHTS, F1..., MEU-
C : tne Slade Gas Co., Sheriff P D. meeting of the Starke Uot.m' I annually attracts top Florida CLINIC r.r.n FDIC. : Phone IS7-J I P. 0. Box 166
Club The amendments will h-
Ut-ddvh leportul this week. statesman jurist and business Starke. Fla.
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\ The truck was parked at the :,, vote on in the XO6 General :. leaders is a featured part ot the 4 Blinks North of Post chic. \\r.MTt'I'.E: PrY AND Elrod FEU.Furniture USED FG Co.- (

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nome of Russell Norman, a Slade Election : U of F Homecoming" festivities tt Modern Method. I-hom 4:. tfchg

2Dc ValueIrretf II ,i iiimpanx, employee on the New The Bradford solon said tha I be held this weekend" in Games Assistant Steam, Bath Lady .U r M.Itl.T: ::: Ful| ii.\r: : ..,. ..1.-. !1 INCH TEJ.EVJSIOconsole.", 119j (
down at Dahmer's.
Claiding road when the theft the amendment most directly affectins .?ii *-I. .\I'Ily! it 'lap'- ll'.m i j tfchgSt t
vine.Conner ,. riii.n. i" "' fix
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!!ok placeWhen this county is Xo .r i xxhtcVprovides I an alumnus of the Uri <:.XK & SitoKh Meal i- UK., 'U..!- .
.. ". 1'd! Storage at Stark.h I '
for a permanent methoiof i ixersity. was first elected to thf I 1 1'1 I -' \II: 4.t I"it.III S1.1'1 awl tf i I.K
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reapportioning the State lA>gi i
BOY'SSHIRTS lature. It would give each county. i I old and still a student. He served r" I'.. I I." l.af..IIP st I'h"ne Ifehei 21":>-J I K'K'| LENT: -.ill Small fiirnli.'l tLr- ;pI, i \"Kli Irvapartment .

C \ large:: or small. one senator whit as national president of the ,ith t.nti .mi ,. Ad'ill'I I.: i;'.

; \\ \ I representation in the House wouldbe | Future Farmers of America and i j LADIES I 1"1: XII: our K ""I x .11' ii I-. nwlrt I.,.rues'St, j i'p,
Il.fr'.l 7./ C. ..- __. tnrkrtd'" .. I: :Ned
/ ;.. 1/1/ based on population. Conner I in 1919 was chosen by the Florida C r..1.w..r| j ,. rrff1.; I."..I. 'r !' I' '' AXTKH: Iyaitr.1pp v. ?lots.
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I IIIRV Trn k !Stop v rig, i 'i m, If |
: S said that he considered this method j Junior Chamber of Commerce a .. .
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Stark. 11.1"J! I'l '
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.: rb : \\ \ \1 F.I' t-'I'rirn.d| Xn- HIkk :
or'. fair and that it would insure one of the five outstanding young. SUITS ,' ". .irk. ..t "'.tli! ::1'! fir .1. o III.I..ut 1-.1.1. XXal.i. 4: IIB' 11 .
Short Slee\es : 1\ ..I ". 'Ii,
I the small counties of Florida P men in Florida. f i ui..n
/ 't I I.IIII
s/ :3 sPrints :': '' continued voice in the government Tonight's banquet is sponsored '..' 1 "., h'.iiI -<. SXHXlm. III:H.IITS'
rn
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of Florida. He said that II annually\' Florida Blue Hexmen's \ .\ Beautiful ... r.-- the h. idge ..r, C: fall o'l! I a few of our a.l|II! I I.,., !It 6,..rn. I
1 : 1'fIEax ..,!,... T. til. I1': "It..Ill i'"nnir Irft I...t.n fi r", t'7-, i ..
the big counties already control I hon rary leadership fraternity Selection in II,"M"' 'il I'h'.n17 liens t.. $:!.lin00' 31 1"t1I h .pun,,.nr.O I
and would continue to contro' at the {;1II'el'sitFeaturt"l' S:.' to t$4 4t. y".u Hi I I. i,'
I ," ... hf'at- \ l...titr h..",.- than i' I
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TRAININGPANTS the House under the new nlan 0' I speaker tonight will be Gt-ne-a1! i.,? il' < ,.i .Iiii,.ti '....Ite. t Mrl *- Irv, I ''HI 1

C reanportionment. It is theiefor : James A Van Fleet rJ-"Tailored I l I' I: Knight"it. N Walnut St I H.OKIIUrlAI.TV: ('O.OK !
; Styles It. he
It'sSleep vital! to the interests of the sniil ; ; I STAKhK1rlrph : I

counties that they mainain contm', -MI j : \I: .'1. -:\II'iil'I..a': : i'i" .ng AK.ii "nr :.11:
of the ?enate Conner ded.ued! Scouts To PushGetOutTheVote i !M I :-'. .iB' at :-t: !itt t::
Time The speaker was mtroduifd h- f. ... '' i
Sz. :2-15! 100 Wool Tweed and \.11.1'! I I-i.lv .r i "n IT.
sales work Applv Gieeiiv Gull!!
Judge G L Patten Uotai i>i.- :
1st Flannels .. "| I I.., .tr.t Kll I I" I Ir.
Quality TONHiIIT: ; after you'\ e dent and the program \\ I" I' and LuxuriousCashmere i I."i : II.\.T: .. .1 i i f .
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;3! LimitruaUfW ih.tigc of James ,\ Lewis Drive In Starke k\ t'I'a I fl.""" "" ....11.,1 I t, llinorttaee ,:I I.> i .1 i . I fi :. ,
turned off the Tand put Blends loan for a five yea, rl i J., r ." j jI'
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MEN'STROUSERS your hair up tanou |I'1: \ n"a .'i. t. i d I II i I
Box > ,it T-! ? To i- S'"I <' Values To $39.95 .
trawl l into bed with the comfortable Funeral Is Held n I I. H gItteV 1 I'M" \ I1i i
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.t.Ii.t\, d 1 :\1..n.I.\i \.1! : 'n. i Hi' :
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feeling that jour 1 .; n i.: .\ t..x i:.. r- I 'Illls |s 1111.11 XM lilt :
tht ntlt'n's molt ( inir 4'iiioono -iil-: ; .s. to 21 I'' .- F. 1 : i'i V. u .! toil I.i .< '.
bx For Jacob I
Rech ,
2.69 \aluables are protected 1 ',, ..
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Bur lary Insurance? out s Box ..-'i' ." '.t.,.1 fx h ,in,01. i'.i..i r. S-...l i-iz. ;I..' .i ., .,.iiI I
p'orers! in a campaign: ir:I';;;.ni: $ to \l.! ". "tin, ) I.i-i If : .r,'1 I i i. Ju-i '. .' !h';'" '. n 1!
hha6i ll not xx e strongly: ;: urge > ou Ftr'l t.rI: \'i?.- f"i! Jas! ih Rei'hH !' c'l1zens to vote next Tuesday 4-95 $2495It .II' 2',.1! 1 I. ... :.. "'..1 I . .
( call for thS ; vi."' ,. held :\1'.nLn the Dc.1C't I I n I 11":1- J |ll V.I
.rey1st to on Us coxeraueH. ; Dunng the get-out-thf-x :
j ?.! II .1 all utilit.i .!1d dinl! bhone ('i:,
Quality = : 'slay. : t' I.'nev thtptl in Starken iiinve.. the Scputs will leave a h.. 'p: .. ".' i iI
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: the Kex W S M Alilejo'fii Liberty Bell hanger on the doorknobs no trouble to sa'efouhle I itn I luif; h.1'" iii'I ..11 J al.l, l n- i je
I.c 'latmg I of homes. J. T. K.rkland with ,n 1'W.\ -'' ,. : '. 'n..11* n t"'l..\ 1 1IT j' i

I'hont. "I .c Mr Rech a retired auto doer! ,, 'Jr.. 70 Scoutmaster. said KajjleV Low .' I
S" I Troop : Prices( and <&ll PreenStamp. ; I '!11:1.11':1": : IN: Fuli .- XI.i! : ....' ..: .. ; I
: i'"eil at his home here Sunday that 2.000 of these hangers have All hannels and aerial (omelet, f.r .'d I
S5trt ; following a brief illness >: Xjn! Jk .1' I- : >-.ltl", "! ': If v.uir p1 ..p..rtx e'a i
n'.rnmg 'I been ordered for the Starke unIt Ml)J i all i i .
\ native of Mt. Washington. Pa.. .. -
and will be used if they arrive ..nI I t I i
C.V ;1 was a member of the Lutheran, I I ". \ .' 1 !.I' : -' ,-- r..If.,.. 1 1I
ll" time. .
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\ Agency Church and a Mason The message on the Liof'x EAGLEDEPT. I I I.;r Ilit ,' '"', I > "p; !Ii'"i !
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Survivors Itegitered Broker
include his wife Bell hangeis heads: Heed yi.uth.-.
c: }II-: \T Xi'' \r r".n.1 I ..I
anna Kallagahan Rech: two sis. call. Vote think. tut ., ,
\ as you vote n'-; I. I.IK. r. -! d 'bro.|
Phone: 146 STORE . Office : 3,7:{: X. Walnut St.
:ers. Mrs Martha Lutz of Ridge- Nox-embt-r 6. 1956' Use '. '' ..rf'eednm ; 1 'I" 1"1', r. 1.1'
,' ,.1 X Y Mrs Lou .' Fisher r '. ". '..:_ I'hone ls7-J V O. B. ltili)
t j :200! E. Call Street ,it an "o tote Hoij en >: j. : 1 111 I E. Call :St Starke. Fla.
... i \\ sdt. 1'. ,- :X Y :: b- 1P'\.j ',. i il.-; ',.'. !.,'-'' I.%bil.n and *-"Ir Starke. Fla

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