Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Circuit Court's Adlai Carries Bradford 2-1;

Fall Term Set

To Open Monday Voters Okey Fire Protection


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-'11"' -- -- --- .Measure EndorsedOn I It.I.ETIOX GOP Shows Gain
I 11 'iltril Im "I"es ti> be tiled 111Mil' _.

: oHkial.I'rl" kept busy Tue.day aIJradford. r..i
I HIN-UH to tinI pflhl., Here i.. part of the activitj which) timK. plan- ill COMMISSION ,v hit h opens Monday morning and I'
the Xorlh stark.pnsimt.. At the left the privilege of voting! h ..\- I (one or two more may be added if :By Margin Of 3-1 J Election Of 1952

..rl'i..1 and at the right "-le(.ti.m officials direct the voting Ilro(.'...-.. OVERSPENDS (indictments are returned bthe : .
I -ran : ',', '. i.n.i ..i. .
wide loieit lne >. 'i. I '. .
One of the cases scheduled for proti It t ":lJ"1 t> .-,
i I home run TUl"sd.Ian.- i ,>" t." on.Hi 1 i iI,',,i !\

Officials Fight Cuts The Bradford Hoard of County : M-ind jury consideration Monday I j j viousstnkt" out-.' Will I I. ,. i '.."I'll' tOI t!tic M-v ,ill .
OimiiiNMoners (1\.ere|1"'mlt..1 moining is a rape charge against "
I than thu-e-to-one nla-').-. 06; ,' time. its ti
tin1 1 ll.M-.lfi! : : budget l h>' S1.53IU3: : James Cryan. 23 of Sampson I g.tvt
'to >39, es-votes; swept eve oilj "- I \ 4:t"'- to the Repugn( :, .
(lerk Charles llarlij reported, City. Bryan is accused of raping17yearol >
'!'a j! cinct in the counts ex't'p' tm i I I'-vight' I), K:Mm,".vii -.
at the Commission meetingMoml.ij. Negro girl from
In Natural Gas Flow I Graham. where the i ,,tint w t r::1 Btadfotd's! ri-,11': pr
| Law ley on a dirt road nearI
: .. .
I I for against. Strongest noo \ '- Stevenson 2.:1111: I }o-,
Sampson City.
The Coinmissiom-rs $2-
spent ment cam in the t.ji Noi"h end 11 > I 1TL' XmerH"ll .
Members of the Starke City Council this, week sent telegrams 33: South Starke .
( net :m 'fwr. < 'i lidod foi tluSt i'!.
officials of the Houston Gas Co. expressing dissatisfactwn : fund budget! culled for and i i'barge a Bradford man. Fred II .
to voting ran four to one in >r I' ."t' < IP.I.date, T t '"It'II1111' i'
: with recent moves of the company which are believed $.IH.43! more than the roads !I IHaislop, with issuing worthlessi of the nieasute.j \ .\

I will have the effect of cutting contracted natural gas and bridges budget called for, I hecks. The five cheeks Har.'opi j With favorable I"nJolse.lIl'll' al I in M: < -..1 I tonal ft.mt: K-M:
is accused of writing add to'l.622
l .aid. up
I ."!),,.Ii..._..,. to. .mlInici1)a1itie..._ I Iarhy i' the polls. Bradford Count < 'mi c'I' ,\'i in a walk I taking! ::: 4\!
un. .u with the largest for .
'wl. said that the Commissioners one
I The Starke Council has joined Darby missioners are authorized t to sign id \\th: a total of 4"i7 .1.,
Would be rapped b>' the $650. He is charged with issuing a contract with the Florid. Beardof '
Andrews Chief I with representatives of other Florida r. I. ii toThe pi.pul.i' \ "t.'
vs. I ia S2SO check to S. G. Denmark.
I a
audit fur the
rcunicipalties which have' report m..r"'I"'I1- Forestry to establish ,i Fire J' 1-'lIh\\1: :29!! r,14i. i:; St"
ditures but noted that the situation ?17.: check to Leon Norman. a .
Control Unit here. If the nei. -. .
contracted for natural after ui.11% :Jl :{76316I'epite
gas has last i, SoOO: check to Volley Starhn-- a xlhKIJTillT was provided bv' anon II1UIl.. Kisenhtmer: en
Officials I II thecity officials viewed with improved oxer sary State and Federal funds art efforts ot IVmi-.ii'': .
Argue alarm actions which would lini.t >ear \\ h e n the commission I 146.10 check to L. T. Crews and a available construction (If t''el"and thusiastho 1'\idt'ntly! disapproved of the Telegraph's editorial pnlitv Putwoikti.s, t'l gi't nut Hi.

I o\erspent the budget bv' about :,$217 check to C. G. Bal ksdale. in support' of the Democratic nominee ,\dlai !stt't'n..un."lI'tinu':
; lines and hel
telephone It
ot.some .
the gas supply to municipalities \ :2 Ul0 regisliMed I li .i'l I II
3.14.000. Three chaiges have been placed after midnight/ on f'h'diun eve this unknown artist do' the
improvements be soap '
necessary car. I lout i Coiintiam
For Review OfSpecifications \ to 100 million cubic feet a day. I'1 > staved :tw.IY ti.Mthe
John ,
They feared this would not be against Lane. Negro. Twoof gin July 1. 1957.: with actual ,ion Telegraph's large! plate glass window with a huge "I LI UK: lI\t:" and polk The total vote .ast w" ,i,3..isl --
the informations
sufficient. charge Lane trol activities starting Oct I other remarks deriding the IIt'mu'f'\ti nominees. i : in the ,'countv. right pi.incti .'
i i with assault with intent to com I According to State Forestei : I about 65 tent th.'i.537 .
Under the original negotiations pet ot
I County Officials mit murder and the other for aggravated I Frank Lee of Lake :
j City. present registered It was li htoi,
it was understood that 250 million Bradford's a ;:
assault. The Record
complainng Voting
cubic feet a day would be UPI plan is to "lump" Bradford and : vote, pert'entagl'1'e, than inHC

tarke Fire Chief D. %V. Carpen-pied to municipalities. This is j : witnesses in the <'af i? are H J. Union counties together under one :>2. when 68 per cent ot th.x...

'eL and City Councilman Joe I the amount for which the gas Discuss Grading '.Montgomery. A. K Montgomery ranger headquarters which will be ( qualified went to the pollsAs

Andrews III Tuesday night foughtto hearings' i nil Howard Montgomery established on Highway luO : j I was true throughout; Florid
company is askingIn ..
a draw over specifications ona held in Washington : i Leroy Addison and Charles David about midway between Starke and i : -" -- sa a. I [ and the Nation hundreds (If mdcPentlentvoting
now being
new fire truck and a rematch On Private Roads Thompson are scheduled to goon i Lake Butler, on the Bradford ) L. i't it : i i =. :: : ( Democrats
before the Federal Power CornI ; .. = ; ; I'I'F. joined
i trial ; :
was set for a later meeting after n1 f.1ion. Some of the Councilmen i I on charges of larceny of County side. j ". .- .1.: I .". .; the handful of legi&toied Kepub
received. I on automobile. The pair were arrested -: Lee has stated that the .; 5 ,;. ,; ; = ,; = ; ,; .; : I n licans in
bids I unit. Bradford
are ..
expressed the belief that the gas i ." :; : t ;: ": t .. .": I County to help
Andrews argued in favor of a j recently near Quincy on would release an annual payroll -- -' 1.1 : : :.: : i. :., -: !" give President Eisenhower .
covered culvert on a set
company has cut the amount for I I up a
750 gallon per minute pumper but deal private road became the concernof I charges of stealing a car in De- of some $23,000 in this trade area j I ond term. Actually Bradford has-
municipalities making a '
Carpenter said he could not recommend -I I I the Bradford County CommisSioners -! funiak Springs. They will be tried : and would have an annual operat- For I'RtSIUEXT only 47 Republicans and 5 Independents -
a large private concern -i
anything less than a the state. i for a few minutes Monday hue on a charge of stealing a car j; Ing budget of 28000. Total cap- Stevenson 3J0 9S5 4S6 51 156 S8 -It 161 2301kisenhower registered as such. Voters '
1.000 gallon pumper.A i I I as it developed into a discussion, I from the Hardy Brothers MotorCo. ital outlay to be spent largely i, 183 503 29S 10 18 61 10 23 11'2 are fiee to cross party lines
the' In the fight to turn the events in the first two would be
difference of opinion in about County grading of privateroads years t the General Election, how
tack in favor of the cities have 't John L. McGee has been charged -I $46.000 he said. For GO'EtLR I
important i iI
cost margin wan an I in the Santa Fe Lake area I
factor in the argument. Andrews joined in hiring legal counsel in The discussion with escaping from the State I The county's share of the annual i, Collins 2H! 1015 501 31 153 101 21 109 22451Vashburn ever.While Stevenson's local vote

said that a 750 gallon pumper j I Washington. I I Mrs. Constance was Bainhil touched! offlas I Prison and breaking into the L. expense of operating the con- ] \ 91 241 110 8 46 33 8 25 634 ':'was almost identical with that
requested I
would cost about $2,000 less than I Major W. T. Jackson and City Norman home. trol unit here is estimated at I II 1 scored by him four years ago. Eisenhower
j the commissioners to doi IlL.
a 1,000 gallon truck. Carpenter ,; Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. represented Fomethmg about cul-I Robert Bradwell is charged with]I $3,990, which may be paid out : FIRE ('ONTOL I picked up around 200
i a stopped
said the difference would be less ( Starke at the hearings.I I vert road owned up i assault with intent to murder. of the county's general revenue For 189 831 412 7 111 66 2-1 63 li06 suppoitc-is m that penod. show
on a
than $500. I Starke officials met with I!, Charles H.private Wolf. She said that by .! An information han been returned I funds, or by a special tax levy' Against fl1 216 103 20 45 18 8 42 53967.Senator 'ng a gain from !lit; in 19V.J lo

The Council voted to get bids officials of the other interested charging Benjamin Frank Hol- (not exceeding two mills) on all > 1.172 in 1916.Indeperxent; .
the culvert was covered during I I II
up :
and inunicipahtes in Gainesville Monday low ay with escaping from the taxable property. Homesteads are Democtat
m a gallon pumper I' t ti
grading of the road resulted I sMppmti
1,000 gallon outfit, thus postponing night. As a result of this in her road becoming and flooded during I,' State Prison. Holloway u not in I. exempt from this special ICVY.Tuesday's !!I' Plan OK'd In Bradford :i for the Republican nominee f "

decision on the issue until meeting telegrams of protest were heavy rains. I c'ustody.I overwhelming endorsement i Ooveinoi alsu sttengthenod m

sent to the president of the! Other infoimations involve noti- at the polls followed the lour ,
the bids are received. The specifi- year period. In Tu,-s

,ations submitted by Carpenterere Houston Gas Company and its J! When she was told that th support cases in the wake of vigorous ad- :: But Is Defeated In Statewide Returns I:Ida.v's balloting. Eiadfoid gave
I County could do nothing becausei
\\ for a 1,000 gallon truck. attorneys. |I veitising and education program | 2.1Ti4 votes to Governor Leroy

He reluctantly agreed to prepare]| One member suggested that the i the ,road was privately ownedMrs. I sponsored and carried out by the i( Collins and 631 to his Repub

a revised set winch could be uvdim i move might be an effort of the |, come Barnhill the county asked is' ,grading"Then how:": : Trip Of Officials Bradford Cattlemen's Farm Bureau Association., the Bradford and-! : Though strongly? approved by Bradford and other small ![i hcan opponent, William A. Wa n.

getting. bids cm the 750 gallon! gas company to get higher rates "If you. can work his road, you i -, counties of Florida, the .so-called 67 senator Amendment of burne. Four years ago the vot

truck. out of the municipalities. It was can work mine," she said. : Ithe Soil The Conservation measure also had Supervisors the the State Constitution was clobbered at the poll Tuesday I II i was 2.431: for the Democrat!
To D. C. nominee Dan
Andrews said his arguments cxpamed that two rate classes Hearing I McCarty, and 23T:
i I Mrs. Jessie Chdastain admitted' I I endorsement of State Senator i by Florida's burgeoning metropolitan centers I II I for his Republican
:ere motivated by a desire to have been set up. A lower rate opponent
that County crews and equipmenthave : Charley E. Johns, and Rep. Doyle I Bradford gave Amendment .> The
save the city money. He indicated for interruptible service and a 1 i upsurge of Republican.
been used to Wolf I Co and edi- a husky 1157 to 274 endorsement Is KilledIn '
grade :; E. ner. was supported Baby "leanings" witnessed here
ihat the city should stay in the higher rate for uninterruptible I wa
dmits of what it can afford service. The municipalities havejcontracted i, road. She said this was done ti Rapped By NoegelCity | tonally bThe Telegraph spurted Senator by the belief that the 67 i< ( experienced to a marked dt'gr't.1m -

| give passage to residents of 4ht : plan of reappoitionmp
,tther than what it wants for interruptIble service the State would Auto Crash | Central Florida
Liegiblatuie helpFloiida's
i area. Councilman Carl Prevatt Where
Andrews contended that the with the belief that a sufficient : Councilman \\' II I Billy i Scores i small counties maintain ( several Democrat' .tndi
agreed that if the Countv keeping B-Squad
ity should sink as little money amount of was available to Noegel Tuesday night ubjertedto I were toppled. oi nearly so,
: the road for Wolf it shoulddo a'Oil I. in state govel nment A 3-months old boy was killed !
up : .
possible in a fire truck now.mce meet the demands. After the new the same for Mis. Barnhill. ,, the city footing the bill for a i | 12-0 Win OverIFernandina thiough control of the Senate. t Saturday afternoon as the car in by Republican opposition. Republican

another new true'k will haveto turn of events they aren't so sure. But the sentiment of several o'i i I trip to Washington made last i B'g! (counties seeking more !i which he, his patents and five '! headquarters ha'!ed this increasing

be purt-ha--d in a few years It was suggested that this maybe :i the commissioners seemed to bf j| week by Mayor \\'. T. Jackson Team favorable to them method of ie- | other children were riding turned| strength as heralding atwoparty

o replace the 14-)'ear-old 500 a move to pressure the cities i'' that the county should not gra.lr 'and City Attorney .\ J. Thomas 1 api oitionment, struck the plan a over on the Sampson City road. I Florida. political svstom in

-allon Dodge tiuck. Andrews I into transferring to the higher 1 either road "I wouldn't touch ], Jr. to testify before the Federal A tackle' i'onvf'rt1In\ fullback death blow at the ballot box Incomplete !i The baby was Clarence Boone i: All
other Democratic
.tressed that the fire insurance i uninterruptible rate under which:'j; either one of them" II. A. Bishop I Power Commission hearings on scooted 6H yards foi a touchdown i returns showed 1();!.I1 I,: Jr. The other children and Clarence norm

ndervtritors "az e satisfied" with L they would be assured a contin, Jr. said Bishop told Mrs. Barn- i 1 the natural gas deal. anti racked un 99 yards duringthe : votes for Amendment 5, and 207. '' Boone Sr., driver of the I nees on the ticket here wore unopposed -

:a truck of 750-gallon capacity. uous flow of gas. hill that if she would deed hei : "I think the trip was unauthorized aftei noon's play Tuesday i 736 against. i i car, suffered only minor injuries and received the usual"complimentary"

1 '-ar.'t go along with it ((750- The Councilmen quoted ga--, road to the County it would be !' ," Xoegel stated and lecom- heln the Tornado B-souad down : Bradford voters approved all I Mrs. Boone suffered a broken scored 15 vote H A Lawson ..*

allon pumper I and know I aIr 1 company) officials as saying that t : kept up. but Mrs Barnhill refuse mended that the Councilmen not a Fernandma Beach eleven 12-0 :' Amendments on the ballot except arm and truises. Sheriff P wnte.m'ote.
against D Reddish
doing the right kind of job foi r the proposed pipe will have a Ito i do this. I approve the bills. He contendedthat The fullback. William Parrish No 2, which would have provided Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown and incumbent ,
I County Cimnus-
'he people. Carpenter stated. H< capacity of 450 million cubic feel t The dispute ended with th.- the mayor and city attorneyWere made his scoring run in the third I bond- rule for Dade County The i said Boone lost control of the car I sioner Carl Prevail, who
( wa
said that after studying the city's; appearing as witnesses for touchdown :1 that close 401 for he The
a day and that the company's 5 ouarter The first wa: tally on was a I as was rounding a curve

needs hi. didn't believe that anything quota could be increased fron;I Commission Mrs Barnhill's takingno action on' j' the gas company and not for the scored in the second quarter a?, : and 118 against. Statewide, how- I Boone family lives in Sampson I defeated in the Democratic primary -
"That' j
;, request. : t I I received 10 write-ins fori
less' than a 1.000 gallor I city of Statke Williams drove over fromthe I this amendment was
tne 250 million cubic feet will 1 ':'a enny ever approved -
matter between and
you Wolf ; City.Funeral i CountCommlsslllnt'l. in lust I
fumpei would) serve little trouble. I advised I "I feel like something was pushI 11 yard line. along with all others on II services were held I I
In bidding for a cut in cost, As she left Mrs. Barnhill' I ed over on me," Noegel said. Hf The B-squad will take the'I j the ballot except No. 5.'I Tuesday at the Airpaik Baptist

< the truck Andrews al.v I commented that he did not know the Bradford voters endorsed 'Church with Volume Picks
n sug threatened field for their last game of Amendment i in Keystone Heights Up
New to ditch '
Wildlife Officer cut a "right ,
Bested that a standard buill (I the two men were to make the season Tuesday night at ?:3Pwhen 1 by a health margain I:eLacy Conway officiating
across his road the first time it' ''trip.
model be considered instead of J Named For BradfordWilliam tain.J .-. they meet Lake city. The I of 863 to 230. adding local approval -I I Burial was in Crosby Lake Ceme- At Pecan AuctionThe

iistom-tmilt outfit such as Car I Other Council members saiCthat Bradford band will provide halftime to the statewide endorse- I terySuivivors.

nenter lecommended \\ Allen. formerlv o the men were obligated unde I I entertainment for the show ment of a measure creating thr'e I include the parents. '

This policy was opposed by thmef ie I Lake Wales is the new Wildlifi,J Starke Gets $3,490 agreements set up by the olc1 Coach Clifford McGnff commended appellate courts to take some if two brothers. Dennie and Davit volume of pecans offered

and other Councilmen Officer for Bradford County Hi, In Cigarette Taxes Council to do what was necessar all of the boys for their the case load off the Florida Sup- I land two sister Shirley Anne and | for sale at the third auction .ct th"

A -ummercial truck won1''t is a giaduate of the Lake Walehigh ::::1,' in the natural gas hearings. i( performance Tuesday. giving sne-
hold up the chief said. I school and was formerly emI i- I The City of Starke received''I Thomas pointed out Wednes ; cial mention to Randy! Johns Calvin | last Thursday more than doubled

W H (Billy) Noegel said h< ploved by Garner Aviation Corp>I ': $3.19063 as its share or cigarette day that the hearings last wed Pace and W H Johns : over the previous week

was not in favor of buying antruck ;' I in Bartow as an electrician. Aft- ': taxes distributed to municipalitiesn [ were held to cross examine wit The junior Tornadoes now han The poundage at 1 last week's"

now but if the Council wagoing 'I er finishing high school Mr Alleir r for August nesses who had appealed earlie a season recold of three win? BHS Downed 26-0; 1,sale was 13,722 pounds compared
I in direct examination. with only 5,827 for the second sale
ahead with plans to pur' spent four years in the 1T S Nay:,\ Brooker received $14648. ind two lossesBoard I
-I I "If we had fo ] Market officials reported that
base one they should get on as an aviation radIOman.s !I Hampton. $103.90 and Lawtey I not appeared I
I i cross-examination," Thomas said the quality last week was
hat will hold UI' "Ten sear He :s a member of the Christ':r I $337 43 Keystone Heights rec Prepares To Meet KetterlinusThe I very

from lodav we will need a 1 OCgallon X<[ti {, Chin_h. and a Mason He residen eived $9i8. 2 in cigarette tax, "our earlier testimony could havebeen ? I I gwxi on most varieties Wered
1! thrown with an of 18 li ."
truck,' he said. Statke at 606 E Madison St money out. For Battle I average price. >
Councilman Joe Andrews II Way i rents per pound. A few off gradenuts

I questioned the amount of the bills Bradford High Tornadoes.f Twentv-one of the 26 players on ;i averaged 10 1-8 cents per

Sales Tax Eyed As Possible Solution To Money Problems "Isn't that a little high." he sai On Road Ooenino; f though crippled physically this I the team are seniors pound.

as he eyed the three statement week were looking toward Friday I Coach Register said that Sea | The range:; and variety were-
which totaled The Biadford ('nunt'nmml. r"ght's/ battle with a strong Ketter- I breeze was "by far the best team
$632 The .
i CurtIS 17 to 1& 3-4 cents Mixed

Of Schools As Studies Of Tax Council Here Start Rolling nev's fees for the three and sinners, are nl'anng'om pet ton o I linus team to get them back in I'we've played. lie 'aid he had It 1-1-2 tol6-l-2.; Stuarts 1* to 21 1J2 -
before begin-
half days were $25i). the expense, final preparations i the win column after suffering a never seen a high school team ; Little Stuart 15; Columbia 21 ,

of the men $220: : and the fling a condemnation suit aimetat 2C-0; loss at the hand of Seabreeze i which displayed the kind of speed
plan road to Rowel"1 Brantley, 18; Schley 20 ;i. 23
Member of the Bradromd'ounty Io" ,-tn aid that i.iises tot thteachft5 <> The transfer of the Heilbronn tickets $132. reopening a last week. [that' Seabreeze had both in the line i
Lake for use bv the public. I and in the backfield. [ Murphee. 19 1-2; President 16 to
Citizens Tax Council are the foremost need in school building to starke Elemen-, As a result of the discussion th Head Coach Lennara -Registersud ;

1'hursda) night leaned toward extended I' the school system.A taiv would furnish six of these 1 Councilmen agreed to a propose 1 i;dopted The Commissioners a resolution approving Monday th a,
sales taxes as a solution : $Wrt increase in their yearly rooms Mrs Hail said. J made by Noegel that a Councimeeting I'I location and survey for 20 foo kept several boys out of the prac- the visitors last Friday night were I Demon 19 to 20 1-2; P.andall IS

thf d ute money shortage in I salary would be necessary to put Other proposals included the : Be held and approved be. :' wide road: with 10 foot wid.. tre sessions this week and he was ;, the results of long runs. one 7C 11.2 to 17 1-2: and Mahan 19 1-2
the in the : fore doubtful about some of them be- yards and the other 63 An-
'OUII'e3peciall) the construction of an auditorium and a trip costing $100 or mor dutches on both sides. The resolu_ vards. tto 20.
Bradford Countteal'hers I
'tlOO' Stt'lII i on a replacement of school buses is authorized in the future tag In shape to play Friday night. other Seabreeze tally came after t
the 0: i Off small
competitive basis with teachers inneighboring hon authorized acquisition grade nuts, stuarts.
\ oioposai (iiia 3 per cent a- Morgan said that most of the the road condemnation if necessary :. Halfback Charles Noegel will be Seabreeze recovered a kickoff i I
by i
counties Morgan declared Money Makers and Teach range!
I rosstnebod sales tax was ad- buses used in the county are more Christmas Holidays out of the game this week and which had been fumbled by Noe I ,

an, i- 'nembers studying the He commented that teachers than If) years old maybe next. as the result of a ,gel. Register said this week thata J, from 9 1-2 to 10 1-2 cents !.
some of the southern I to be deterI '
in only
counties "The thing
.hoo '.sirui-ture after they broken thumb. Register said that broken thumb caused Noegel to j Pecan auctions are held each :
_ i are paid about $1.600 more a "We need to get the schools County schools wil I mined now is the nght-of-wav' f
'POI'IN their studies had show- : close Dec IS for the of the first string ends hasp muff the play. 'Thursday at 2 at the Farm-
I year than Bradford teachers. back on the level they should be,' Christina 13 County attorney Mack Futch said j I lone p. m. I
J th,1 h would be i Their final score came in the
.111 $300,000 : been dropped from the team
I. About $65,000 annually: wouldbe Tom Slade commented. He suggested -holidays and the children will return The results of the condemnatioi 'fourth iers' Market {
leedeJ iv t.. A projected five year needed to finance the $500 that the Council recom- on Jan. 2. the School Boar I suit will be decided by a jury. Others on the disabled list this, quarter after a march down I Ii
the field from the Bradford 15
perio.1 rh. group studying countygoverntiiHii' I raise for the teachers Morgan mend the sales tax with the provision announced Monday week were Gary Bennett. Burt
proposed 2 percent i yard line.Guard i C of C Banquet I
i said "As far as I'm concerned that the money be used Overseas Mail McGee. Rudolph Hutcheson, BilljForsyth
across tie board soles tax. j that's more important than build. i exclusively for schools. Turkey ShootThe i ; Harold Godwin and Bob, Rudolph Hutche-vm led Tickets are now on sale for \

Ai otU'ng: tu .a report by Mrs lings," he continued. The Tax Council was set up as Postmaster G J. McGnff Ji r. TacciaIS :the defense for Bradford as he
F A Halt School tne annual Chamber of Commerce I
tax committeenairman I
Foul teen new classrooms were cart of a program to study the senior class of Bradfon d reminds the public that oversea The team from St. Augustine is i ,stopped 16 of the Seabreeze plays.

he school needs in the suggested to fill the needs of the tax structure in the county. At I|I High School will sponsor a turkei J. : packages going to APO and Nay y'.; listed a.; one of the top in the area.It ,Bubba LaMee. at the quarterbackspot j. banquet to be held Thursday. Nov !
-ounty tor the five
I I mde >jOOc)0 for:year period in- schools during the next five years the conclusion of its studies the> | shoot Saturday. Nov 17. fron addresses should I be mailed no> having lost only one regular sea- turned in a good job on passing I 15. at 8 p.m. in the Methodist

classrooms. This would include wo new classrooms BradforJ unit will make recommendations *:-45 a.m. to 11 a.m and :2'45: pniuntil I later than XO15 in order t;0 son contest in three years. The as he connected with six out recreation building. Program hIgh- ;
$90,000 .or other
.1 $100.000 fit an auditorium improvements andS I yearly to accommodate increased to the State Citizens: 5 p.m. insure delivery before Christina:s ;! game they lost was to the same of 14 Others turning in especially lights will include an out of

enrollment and four classrooms Tax Council which will include the The shoot will he held near th' He also urges senders to ti le Seabreeze team which clobbered 1 good performances against Sea- town speaker and valuable doorprizes
-. lOOt) f. bUses. !i for the classes being held proposals in recommendations tithe city limits or. the Keystone H' packages securely address clearli'\". Starke last week They beat Ket- 'breeze were Joe Harden and Noe- '

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'4" By Sam McGarvey r r aB; g aact ?s I '+ r f,
Tax Council Has A Job Mlr r9n C:43 .
4II aw a good patch of ben I1c* >"i.v I.' 11
aaCa {
La.st week with the formation of a Bradfn'dount.x : .! 4 field and there are about 11 '"'"
<<< ." Citizens Tax Council. a step\ xxatak -n 4. y arrr agtwtw ft
in it. t
plants s'A i .Y fBll I'4 Intl r11
I that could be far-reaching: in its consequent.tnd -, ... ,. iwAnn.rr.a.a.aas

one which deserxes the !best efforts of out. .... fI
Stopped In to see our fl ,,'nl-, Irnlp Ins nut w I
i oest citi/.eiis. w
4. Walter and Katie Wilkers Sh, Jeo. T. 4stqlA: 'tnliiMila.wn.
.. By MugginsCounty .
:Members of the local] council. as avert as :-inu- had some sweet potatoes baking I f

lar groups in the sixty-six other Florida counties .... in the oven, and as they have .t Agent j fI I

will study different phases of the complextax patch of them in the garden, vv<. ---
state 1'-i-I: Aim Mi nut Mi ,. traded some of our sausage fm hour Ulllt'l'I'tI.: the oUter day that the n.'\'
problem, including municipal, county ;
..tome'lonre. nut 4)r, tne.i tarn some of their potatoes They Many ttts n.i.eMown that. change in our federal iruon.e: t..\ .
and federal After the studies are complete
programs. located! mi Sl.-I6 ea.si us S"t Councils will make
the various recommendations Aubrey anil 1 :firs Monte were busy Dan Starling got the seed origin nitrogen gate about the same re- There would be only three quetions ,.. -
to the State Council which in turn will ittippins: race in the fine patti ally. They are called Gold Ku-sh sults. When there 1.3 a great I How much didou make : ,

report{ its findings to the 1957 Florida Legisla they have on their farm lie said difference it is caused by the con- 2 How much do you have left" 4.

ture. they have about 45 acres growingon Speaking of big cypress trees, dition of the soil.! Chemical reac- 3 When can you send it In"'

The keynote to the stud.as sounded 'jy various fields throughout the Lonzo Starling said that the tions that must take place in the Soil lUnk lossesXVe '
county, and this must make him boards in his home came from a soil and fertilizer :,
Chairman of the Bradford: County Council, Cent ate greatly; are talking about a different :- a r 17ht
Long when he declared at the groups first meet the largest producer cf sugar cane huge cypress which grew near his slowed down in acid soil. If your type of soil bank deposit
syrup around heie. place. The< trunk was 21 paces a- soil Ph is approaching five or be- from the one you have been healing -
ing: "Our tax structure is one of the most important Aub.ey raises five diffeient round which should make the cir- lowyour loss in response to an and reading so much about:

and most serious problems facing the }people varieties of cane and blends them cumfeience about 60 feet. We saw application of nitrogen might have Your garden operation 01 lilt '..e l-ll ( tuh,11'1. ,
today." all togetner in making his own some tint' size over in the swamp more than paid for the applicationof acres operation can benefit from from Itnulford ( aunty >\on sri .mil ,11.1

Just what are some of these problems': special type of syrup. He expectsto out at the Flowing Well Bridge lime. Most field crops and pas- doing tusiness with this bank among 16 teams in a judging intest at theo. tll Florid.i. n. {

of the counh'knows start grinding in about two on the Rosier road. tures will make best returns from system.As Tallaliassef recentlv lest to right are \' rJ'im.l I'-irrish llrunki! .t i
As any informed weeks. fertilizers when Ph is between 60 soon as a seedling stalls to Xlarihn Cori starKe, t-.il/alx-tll: l'retatl'tarke: -Iud lKell.. \ I5r..i.t' ,

our school} system is badly strapped for All of a sudden the wind is and 6.5.Some. :grow;: and develop a root system er. and :Miss Dorothv J:,.... Home Demonstration a;:;ent. \1.,. mi th.
funds and seems on the verge of a financial swinging around to the north, and recent tests were made it begins to draw upon the deposits team but not pittun-d \\.is Patricia vellum
Kiom there went to of Starke the
we over In ,
< oiitesi I
crisis. Superintendent II. P. Morgan declared it won't be long before there'll bea with millet yields in response to of plant nutrients in the the girls judged poultry,
lleilbronn and found \V. C. and vegetables, loaf bread frru,'n fruit
last week that several teacher replacements will Mane Clemons Jr. stuffing sausages chill in the air. From some reports use of nitrogen on acid unlimed soil. A serious shortage of anyone safel), bullring, plants and meats.

be neded next semester, and "I don't know where They had butchered that we hear, we may be in fora soils as compared to limed soils. of the essential plant nu-

woe II get them." The old high school buildings morning, and used a prepared severe winter. The difference in pounds of forage trients results in a sick plant. year we used about 1,2:,000 tons New Brand
and amount of recoveredin In addition to nutrient short- of fertilizer CoffeeAs
nitrogen In 193"we
of used
the buildings justa
in dire need of repair. as are seasoning in making the sausage."Junior"
are The Up north it was not uncom- the forage would have paid for ages caused by growing crop ad- little over 400.000 tons ,
and others. have
Junior high school said they would a-
the Lawtey mon to meet a man on the street the application of necessary lime. ditional withdrawls are made by Plans H'ill1ad.: .' a result 01! niisun: .i : .j'j "-
funds not available.One bout 100 lbs of it, so we boughtfive
necessary capital outlay are who would ask for a fickle for a We have made a good numberof wind and water erosion, leachingout Livestock IS a basic enterprize mand. the :\ & p Tea 1''n h t. :r'
pounds and couldn't wait until -
large source of the county's income-race we got home to eat some. cup of coffee I particularly duringthe soil tests in our county and the of materials, and removal of on most of our Bradford County troduced its "an pini'i! ia''t,:

rack tax funds-is under attack by the large He is another of the many depiessum) Every once in a number showing a need for lime vegetation from the soil. In too farms. Livestock should be on brand ot instant ofiee. Trie! r<-\\ i

:ounties, and may in the future be drastically Hiadfoid County farmers who while some unfortunate soul will has been heavy in the majority. many cases more plant nutrients most of our farms because it fits low-priced instant .tft.,. :
stop at our gate and ask to be The soil testing service is withno ale removed from our soil bank so well to our soil types for
ut. What this would mean to our county government now "WOI ks off" the farm. He isemployed
led and of course Alice gives hima cost to you. It might be a service than deposited.We growing pastures and into our and six-ountt j.ii liei'vthe ;:
public and
school administration, and our at Humphreys,
our meal. that will!! make you money. make deposits into our soil network of markets. familiar A & I' I.-.M: ?;:I..i
as'much as possiblein
hospital can easilybe imagined. his tune. He and Mane But this week we hit the jack- Let us have your requests. It is bank by Dairying out good crop- I'lans are being developed fora Processed from I'Ll i- i."i.: .>
Other questions that might be delved into by ie
the Tax Council are these: Is the tax structurefair plants Florida JiO's, the first he'sever veteran of the ways of the toad Ph light if von plan to use high:;: good! water man rnwnt you will l lark for the final announcement standards. the 1It'i'I"j .: .. t :,.is
in Bradford: County ? Are timberlands assessed tried. stopped at the gate and tailed out analysis nitrogen on your pastille and proper use of fertilizers: and a few weeks from .
and asked| tm food! As Aim. went attend thii'it'le liehnesanil qu.iliu u...r I' :'e.s ,
high enough in relation to other property':: : or rr lopsliHunif inanities now and meeting -
back to the house lie tiled out t Tao Change Flotilla lia; appio\miteh 1 1MM I. !It will be dKtient, .i'i\\ i\ tua'iN .1' t"i: il! A
available to the county Xext drove around and went .
funds already we
Are the 'Not one sup ot 'oth't' tilt Two Some owe Jokingly lemaikeil ( ).000(I u e.s lit"! upland l ,mol! 1 1.,: .\.1: 1 be pr| n ttar.: .V I' ,.Lai.
commission and the school board being wisely ad- through some mighty wet areasbefore
obtained for tax we stopped off at Lonzn -
value every
nini- tered. and is full
spent 1 If high tax assessments: are inevitable Statling's. The leason: we saw a
dollar { levied? pan of very big wheels on some More fun for when
basis should they be
on what kind of an old fashioned cart. your family youbring
:Most pressing problem, perhaps, at the present When we asked Ixmzo (who was

time is that of the financial plight of the busy doctoring son Paul who hada

school system. The maximum millage allowed Instate risings) he told! us the strangelooking

law is being levied, and still there isn't rig was an old-time logg-
maintenanceof ing ('al t. We went out and examined -
enough money for teachers' salaries, it and took some pictures

buildings, and efficient tran portation. The with I. nzo posing beside it.
school personnel taking an understandable interest *

in the situation, have seen a possible solution Innzo has about two acres of home the Coke

to the tax stalemate in higher property bellies, but said he has a lot of

assessments which would, of course, bring in "careless weeds" gtowing in his

more tax dollars for the same millage. patch. He also has a pretty good
of Irish which thete
patch potatoes
it is oversimplification to say that
'ent heavy rains have damaged
higher assessments would solve all the problems.Tax somewhat.

Assessor Gene Long. who is also deeply con- .

scious of the plight of the :schools as well Got to talking about syrup[ and

as the tax situation generally, has to considerthe I
repercussions and hardships that would result seven years ago He said it wasn't

from sudden boosting of land values.It much good for syrup, but that it
a for makingi
would beall right
seems to us that there are many inequitiesin rind lie gave us a can of it. but

the financial picture of the schools. One of the well use it as syrup because it

most unfair aspects of this picture is that more tastes plenty good to us.

and more families each year are adding childrento *

the class rolls while, in proportion, fewer and :Next' t" him down the road we

footing the bill for their edu Yt .
fewer taxpayers are
cation. T .Matthews Tells Of :

One well-informed member of the school com- ,

mittee of the Citizens Tax Council stated that Academy Exams r1 ,sf

only 15;: per cent of the people are paying ad
schools.A t'$. Representative D. It. the
valorem taxes which go to finance tztr "J .
:Matthews announced recently that w
majority of the children now receiving an edu- he is now authorized to nominate ,:t<. .

cation in Bradford's school system come from 10 young men for po'vible appointment E ;

families who live in homestead exempt homes, to the L'$. Merchant I t 1

thus paying nothing locally toward the educationof Marine Academy for the class : :.:". iI
their children. beginning Aug. 19. 19.:>7.

Another member brought to the attention of A competitive; Civil service ex-
amination will be held on Tuesday 6 xx
the group a situation which is not too uncommonin Nov 20 I to aid the Congressman JYFi vv
?lorida counties. It was stated; that several In selecting his nominees. I
children of one Northern family are being Those selected by Matthews will

here and sent to school in Starke. while the compete in the College Entrance .aI ,

parents remain in their home up north and contribute Examination Board Test to be : i&ijit

not one dime to the school system here held throughout the United States
and Territories on :March Iti, 1957. ".
Florida might well take a lesson :5 : r
Of the 100 nominees from Florida,
states which extract a "school tax" as soon as anew only six will 1e chosen for er11trance ., ,.

resident moves to the community. to the academyMatthews : 4 w a, tJI :l '

Two ways have been suggested by the Tax : said that men inter- #+_. ;

Council members which would not place heavy ested should write to him at 1320

burdens on the families of school children, but New house Office Building .
25. I). C. for permission .V'4 4II
which would help them to share in the cost of Washington
to take the exam Nov. 20.
their offspring.One &aHI4I
Each candidate must have attained -
way would be to require tuition fees from the age of 17 years and ,

those families who are not {permanent residents, must not have reached age :!2 as .

but who send children to our schools. Another of the date admitted to the Academy i4 t\ "

the assessment on exempted He must be a citizen of the
would he to revise w ,
homes so that they would pay a hare of the United character States must never of good have moral been o ,..IL

needed additional rexenue. ..'
married and must be medically '"
Assessor Long, in his probing of the problem, qualified for entrance to the Academy t ii

for raising more fem. 5
has come up with a suggestion
revenue which seems to haw definite merit. Under Also on Xov :20 the Civil Ser- r .

assessment would be placed onIt'rsonal l vice Commission will hot,! a t b
this plan an j
which would equal ten per cent supplemental examination to as- I ) 3 !
} property sot Matthews in making appotntt -
of the value of the homestead. The allowed $1.000 I # /
merits to the United States Military 1flhL I
property tax exemption would then be( I ,. .. 1 1f I
personal I Naval and Air Jo'orcecaJe- ; .
.substracted from this and the tax levied on the; mica for entrance in July 1357 :v 'i I '.

remainder The Congressman stressed that ,'
It is estimated that an additional SSo.OOC: : ) this is given only for the benefit J 'e,'
IIi those who did not take the the 4 -
would be raised by this method. but judging bx; examination m Ju1Applll'.itl'," 1ip
I j .,
I. I ,
the figures brought out in the tax studies exei 1 r'u.t! be :n tit, bN,,i\ I'l\ t ;......". "If .

this would not be enough.It .
I i is a complex and irksome problem am I '. S ,

members of the Tax Council have a tremendou-, .n.
Wash Your Clothes
job on their hands to hit upon even a suggest t = ij .

solution that will provide the necessary revenue 9 Pound

while at the same time be within the ability o:f --

the people to absorb.As For 40c!
{ TRIED IT YET ? King-Size Coke a bigger bottle of Coca-Cola
Superintendent Morgan has remark : FREE Bleach If Desired ,

"The people must make up their minds that the;;Y 9 for mealtime, party time, or any time. It's the same Coke '

will get the kind of school they pay for We Will with that real great taste-just more of it! t1 !'

It may be as simple as that. 7f

Dry Your Clothes v4\4

iill.S25C.S2S" .. For 20cIn NOW IN TWO SIZES
New Automatic Driers!

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,....ww..w.........V.vv. I at Alachua Friday evening. Miss : wright.Mr. I II terinIawr.:: ... and :Mis.: J. P R. L. Bradley: Mis CnmmoI I', ====-= -_-_ _- -- ---- -- - = --
Elizabeth Terry arm Mrs. Joyce I and Mrs. Robert Carlton Wynck, Route 1. Box :?!)-A-l, Tal- dire Crews and daughter, Misses i -- -- -
LA1VTEYUy \ Futch attended this revival Saturday I and son of Jacksonville, and Mr I lahassee. Burial was held for hei Hilda: and Vera, spent Sunday in ;,
night. and Mrs. Marvin Cruce spent thei Friday afternoon at two o'clock Tallahassee with CommodorejCrews.
Those the weekend with the Frank Cruce in Crab Orchard, Tenn. Mrs. j They stopped by to see Mi :,
Sirs. Joyce T. 'uti b Florid attending Parade last Friday Universityof af- I i family. While here they visited Charles Carter accompanied:: i i Jesse Smith at the Veterans Hosj '
UAAAuu..uuAAAAAMrs ternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Tom- I Quincy Cruce in the Bradford and Mrs. Wyrick to Tennessee for j petal in Lake City on their way
Morris Mr. and Mrs. County Hospital and report that the funeral.Mr. i home. Mr. Smith is showing greatimprovement.
my Benton I
Olga I'latou of New York I AE1nffAliRDDiS
he is improving rapidly.Steve and Mrs. James Waters
Futch and
('It'., and Mrs fnel Dugan of son. Renee Moore I o.
( Washington, D. C. returned to Freddie Moore, Joyce Ralph and : Starling of Cocoa was at and family were Sunday dinner | Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner and
then tespeftivf homes on Sunday Terry Futch. home with his family last week- guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. Buford j j son of Starke were Sunday dmI I
Higginbotham in Maxville. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H H
afternoon after spending Guests of Mrs. Georgia Ann end.The j Hamilton.
several days with their sister, I Sapp on Sunday were Mr. and L. P. Rafuse family visited Among those attending Gator .
Mrs Josephine Palmed nurse of Mrs. Everett Burney and daughter the C. F. Miles family in Lake Growl last Friday evening were Handy Starling was the guestof .. --"'.
A. M. Blanchard who has been a I Miss Faye, Mrs. Blanche Butler on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton. his brother-in-law and sisterMr ; )
patient in Bradford County Hos l: Canipi and son, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sallie Green Macclenny:: ,Mr. and :Mrs.: Lynn Hamilton.Mrs. :: and :Mrs.: L. J. Padgett. in THRIFTILY .PRICK !n FOR SOLID I SAMS I <; !
pital. Mrs I'latou and Mrs. Du- I James Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Bill spent Tuesday with the D. B :: Edwin Starling and daughter -i Maxville last weekend.Mr.
,::an are both registered nurses. Burney and family and Mrs. Thomas family.Bill Vonda Gayle, and son, Sheldon -I and Mrs. Charlie O'Neal
They were greatly impressed with Jackson, all of Jacksonville. Green of Tallahassee is Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch, J Iof Miami have spent a few days
services rendered to their sister fountain and sale dt'rkant- Mr. and :Mrs.: Bobby Morris, Mr. with the Jack Crawfords and other -
by nurses and doctors here. They ed by Grwn's. spending his family.a They few all days spent here Tues-with and Mrs. Truman Norman and I relatives.Mr. '' Warwick Bittersweet Chocolate

assured your correspondent that Mr. and: Mrs. J. B. Bradley and day in Jacksonville. sons Bobby and Reggie, Terry :: and :Mrs.: Floyd Pairu and
they would gladly recommendthis Mr. and Mrs. Willie Griffis visited Mr. Mrs. Doyle Eubanks and Ralph Futch Carolyn and daughters of Lake Butler spent
hospital to any one desirous the Les Prevatts at the State I spent and the'kend in Panama Doye! Kelly, and 'Miss Gayle Sunday with the Aaron Summer I Ib
of efficient services. Farm Satim'a" afternoon. City with .their. parents, ::\11'. and :Moore: family. THIN\\ MINTS 3ge
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips had Fred Ren;. and XIicKy Tiioore, I Mrs. E. X. Shiver, and Mr. and Mr. ani Mrs. T. W. Tatum I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thlat-
as. guests during the weekend Mr. visited J.ii.. Moore at Rocking Mrs. W. M. Eubanks. Mrs. J. C and family carried their daughter wright were business visitorsat

and Mrs Fate Redd and family Chair Shady Rtr* Home in Gainesville 'I Simmons and Mrs Marvin Urqu- Elizabeth, to Gainesville on the State Farm on Sunday. ... ..... ,"
she had lXfT' '
after :
of Macon, and their Coleman Sunday afternoon
son. Sunday afternoon. hart and daughter accompaniedthem Everyone is cordially invited t.
jf Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson I on the trip.J. spent the weekend here. attend the Tent Meeting to be ;
The Josie Starling family attended and son of Jacksonville spent B. Kirkland and family of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed held by the Church of Chust. "SI PER KH.IIT TENDER SMOKED .
the Don Brandeis Revival I the weekend with Mrs. Troy Bennett -i Staike visited the Anis Kiik- Durban during the weekend were Nov. f12.. Marklee Raulerson 1
and Gary. Troy Bennett is lands last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williamsof formerly of Branford will be the'
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employed in Fort Lauderdale. I Miss Gwen Tanner was the Jacksonville:! and Mr. and Mrs speaker. | 1ge
Mr. and Mrs. O J. Anders and 1 weekend guest of her sister. Miss George Williams of Hampton. Mr. and :Mrs.: Jack funs and I
I Billy and Mrs. Sam Hicks were Charlotte Tanner, in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parrish of family of Tallahassee were week-,i
Control shopping in Jacksonville Satur- I '-II'. and Mrs. Harley Higginbotham Blountstown spent the weekend end guests of Mr. and :Mis. Bryant ,
I day and were dinner guests of and family of Baldwin were with the Winton Parrishes. Mr Reddish. Mr. and :Mrs. Pons
"RUSt'hold & Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins. I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Bud Stephenson went attended the Aubu -n-Flonda''
Pest Control 'I The Bryant Tuckers came from : Mrs. Mitchell Brown. home with the Parrishes for a Football ame on Saturday after-: KINA.M'S; BONELESS HEADY TO SERE
Fernandina on Sunday and they i I The Ernest Raulersons visited 1 1I visit. noon in Gainesville. The Reddibhs
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Grove Spraying with Mis. Leona Edwards, visit. I Mrs. Pearl Raulerson in Marietta i Fountain and sides I'It'rkant- I had as Friday guests Mr and' $4.99
ed Mr. and Mrs. Call Edward ed Green's. r rI 4'bean
Call IlL 6- 035 I Ion Saturday.' by Mrs. Ray Dorman and sons of! CANNED PICNICS
in Gainesville j Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter had Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dickson I I Jacksonville.
The O. B. Hiatts spent the week- j as guests during the weekenc'I' and family and Mr. and Mrs. D
Florida I Johnny Gasque of Tampa! i is I
Control Ballentine of Jacksonville were
enl! in Crystal River. Mr. and :Mrs.: Raymond PadgettMr. J.
& Chemical Co. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes were I and Mrs. Nick Pope, Mr. anc*I Sunday guests of the D. G. Wil- week.visiting his brother L. t' tin-
I attending to business in Jacksonville :Mrs: Robert Myers and daughter kersons. "SITER-RK.HT"(; FRESHLY (.HOl'\D: .
24 X. W. 16th Ave.Gainesville. i on Saturday. :Mr.: and Mrs. Arnold Valenti, all Earl Adair of Tampa has come Fountain and wile" drrkant
Florida | ;\1,.. and Mrs Jai k Wainwright |lof Jacksonville, J. D. Padgett of to stay with his mother and ed l h y (;irwn's.Mr. Ibs $4.00
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i of \\'.\CIONS spent the weekend Highland and Frank Carter of stepfather11-. and Mrs. Eddie :: and Mrs. Lucky Pure! <>0' BEEF HAMBURGER 3
'with "11'. and Mis. Truby Wain- Clay Hill. Truesdale, and has entered the I j' Folkston, Ga. were guests t th'

.:.------------- ..... I Mr. and Mrs. Luther HilHarc Sth grade in school. I Ili. C. Wainwrights.
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i and family, and Mrs Steve Star- Mrs. Louiebelle Wainwright and I| Deepest sympathy is extendi-i: I
i FUEL OIL : I|t ling Sr. spent Saturday in Jacksonville daughters were Sunday dinner to the relatives of the late \ls r l
!i with Mr. and :Mrs.: Ray- guests of the Luther Milliards. Jessie Mae King Hampton.
I i mond Suber. Sunday visitors at the Theo- Mrs. Preston Green and Mrs ((11 ICK( FROZEN) (RADE{ A l
: Mr. and :Mrs.: Robert Wilson dore Crews home were :Mr.: and Joe Lamb visited Mis. Contun
I For Dependable Kc;ep Full Service CaY I i:1 Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Neu. and Mrs. I. G. Crews and family of I Witmott in Lake City on Tin--. 19 Ib or no. 5
I !i :Mrs. A. E. Phelps all of Jacksonville Ileilbronn, the J. T. and Mar klee day.Sunday FRYER GZ! lARD 8ge i i'IiI.W.
enjoyed a birthday dinner Padgett families of Clay Hill i guests of '-h S. Mar.
j L. I,'. (Mont}v) DINKINS i i I for Mrs. Wilson at the home and the Sam Tylers of Saxton. I Reddish and Mrs. Frances Heflei-
ii jof Mr. and Mis. D. R. Stone on Miss Jackie Harley. who lives son were Mrs. Jimmy Drown Godwin !- .. ...
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j and uncle. Mr. and -=-- bR-!: : '"' "'
I FUEL OIL, SERVICENight Sunday. with her aunt I and children of the Sl>i':<
I I Friends of Mrs. :M.: S. WyricV Mrs. Nelson Blocker, and who at- Farm and Mrs. Eve Godwin <.i t
j Phone G3j 91 I I will regret to learn that she passed ]i tendeds school in Jacksonville Starke. SWEET: Jt J It 1'. ;3 L1I:
j 3S2 Temple A\e. Starke, Florida away last Tuesday afternoon spent the weekend with her par- I :Mrs.: Sam Hicks was hostess; fo.

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-- ----- --- Thursday. FLA ORANGES 25cs
h = = .f ___ =- _--==--___ ___ =_ == -= Ue take this means of infoim l I
ing the public that James Watfis.
store is new ticket agency for the ...
IsiviisT GreyhounJ bus rOI101 pany. I -
Mrs. C. K:. Strickland of Games TENDER FRESH: 4
nile stopped by to see her sister j i

as Miss she Elizabeth was enroute Terry to on Jacksonville :Fnda\- i:, Ib
TkaiksgiviqSale FOR NOVEMBERARDWICK I Betty to Stritkland.I visit her. daughter Miss I



Buy the Gas Water Heater

that is built for I. APPLES 4'bbag 35c

We are glad to report that
I H. M. McRae is much improved

4.( & N G i 'fI I after Mr.a and two Mrs.weeks H. H.illness.Lewis were ---
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... ........ visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bishop NEW CROP FANCYYELLOW
c: I Thomas and family and Mrs
Groover :Moore: in Brooker last
,Thursday. They also attended theSapp I ONIONS 5"9 1ge
r family reunion last Sunday ,I
I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'i
@ Felix Sapp. ,x, ___ _
t Weekend visitors, of the H. MMcRaes i
Crosby of the State Farm MiBulah '-. -, -- _r. FOR COOIIixn: (; SALADDEXOLA r

1. Choice of glass or zinc-bonded tank linings! Kelly of Starke. Mr. and

) '"'" 1 2. most Magnesium models.anode rods to fight corrosion in Mrs.Highway.C. C.Mr.Crosby and Mrs.of Ea\Ies.-B M .1 Jane Parker Light Tender J E 1 qt 4S :t

Welded :McRae, :Mr.: and Mrs. V. E. Thorn- ,
pipe screwed in couplings
1 to invite spot corrosion! [ton and, daughters and Robert I I ORANGE CHIFFONLarge
M>rickall of Starke.
4. Every tank individually tested. t
t 5. Every thermostat tested pressure 3 times! to We the wish many to friends express and our relativesfor thanks I i i A&P PRESERVES 2 Ibs :

j t 6. Written warrantees to 10 years! the kindness r.hown us duringthe
1 C A K E
:;;; ,,, I 'ff :: Barney illness Espers of Daddy and Mr.MiRae Pillmgs.

and ten Boy Scouts all of Jack1sonville I PINEAPPLE E I

Gerald :Norman and) A
I Rudolph Sapp camped out Satur-I Ring 43e
jJ AUTOMATIC day night at Sampson Lake. '
: .GAS WATER.HEATERS. ... '." .'_ C i I Gerald can tell you about the fun''
\ -- they had.
Mrs. R. R. Crosby moved to I _. I
aBI Staike last week and will make I
her home there with her children
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Fresh Colored Cheddar

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: --. A 12 POUND Sale Good For Entire Month carelexxne: of jour "
neighbor) ran be the cause ofa POTATOES 2' 25'JUICE
I TURKEY of November
\ fire which may spread to I A&P's Own Pure

jour home.

With The Purchase of Each .'!.ii Inch Ranm Small Down Payment .. With Liberal lie sure you hale enough Veg. Shortening A&P 12 OZ I Io

If Your Purchase: I- Made Bt'ftlrl'ut'mht'r: I Terms of Payment insurance: on your home and

? '::.-:!-- -4 A "i a v any household!Iia*. Check goods up to with pay this for: E EX 0 ORANGE 2 for 49cI

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Slade Gas: Company H. C. \Wall AgencyPhone Equal to the best: NMNI. NIIF.1. N.1 Nrr.. MI. MN

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f. Guests EntertainedWith I
Junior Woman's Club
Poor p.uliiiilir! projei t %%..'.;!.! :: '

Floor Show At To Promote BuildingOf Drainage under the jurisdiction ot The .' "'

Starke Woman's ClubApproximately Swimming PoolThe -i- l Brings Protest and agreed to conta. t Ho hi i I'

.. partment engineer \ !>.. ,"
) 200 guests enjoyed Junior Woman's Club seI ,: ..;",, > From ResidentsA ''to investigate a renifdbituation. !\ 1.- t'. .

I r If the acreaction -.o. ;.,
the delightful dinner am I lected the building of a public 4-H Girl ..1 '
j they said, the c ": .
floor show at the Staike Woman'.1: swimming pool for Starke as their i
Gladys Mooty i Club on election night. project for the coming year at :To 1 r r3 & iMfj.it.on/ o.: e\en women ; about ers would it. see what tne\ .

4 f appealed before the County Com-
Phone 35 While the guests were dining their regular meeting on Monday' I'
\to missioners :! The discussion al!*> to '.<
night. The Monday in effort t
j liming the two hours 5:3: ( following people were ; ( an < I .
,. I' ,. ... elected ChicagoFor CI the need foi improving: ,-.
to membership :Mrs action
: La- get; on Hooded condition
I and 7 o'clock they were entertained \' f' I : conditions in the Count
I vern Outlaw, Mrs. Joe Giay Mrs I b- t .. '-, around their homes on the New ;
Study Programs Held by EI.ienIathews., band director Winton Work Commissioner II A ii-i: t :
Criswell.Irs.. John ( | handing road.
and his six piece BHAdance Jr. remarked -, .
Bishop twit \
Observes Prayer : By Methodist CirclesMrs. Strickland Mrs. Wayne Haines The target of the women's
orchestra. The floor showdiret.ted protest the countneeds is a drag::.: '
i Mrs. J. T. Pollard. Mrs. Clarence '
In ,
Need At MeetingsThe by :Mr. Jim Chasteen 04... was a highway culvertliich tiean out all of these .fit:h. -
II. C. Bitch was hostess i L. Taylor :Mrs. Jack DuMars
consisted of members of the Junior they said was inadequate for the A similar drainage pi ''bid: I!.
Tuesday morning at ten o'clockin Mrs. Ray P. Taylor, Mrs. Jack E.
Week of Prayer of the Woman's Club and local tal I; Project water it was supposed to handle r. S. 301 north of 'ark
the educational building when Clement Mrs. Harry Rabb Jr.
ent. The show take-off of I Thc"re'n that ,
Methodist WSCS was observed was a witli brrtipht up by C"n. -- '
she entertained members of Circle Mrs. Vic I''es.Iiss Betty Jane
!ast week with two meetings. The the "Jackie Gleason TV Show" fL i At- M'.t'U: 1 mto, -; deep!' .1: "und! Law'.on: C'.J+rfotd fir\ -i. : .', '
1 of the Methodist WSCS. Morgan Mrs. Doyle Eubanks.
with Bob Smith taking the part 1 iIr '"nt'! ': the !loiM' | o,1"! i.ie:, ,I'' !hlt a mi us h'ld! pio>!r..se.l: ; i
Quiet Day was held on Tuesday :Mrs. Harold Norman and Mrs.
The business meeting was pre- II of Gleason and the master of cer- )laril Cox 1''. !tlit' i i.i'!< uric! .:J';. ,-- He: :ti ,'::r B.tld.\J! .,n'! .''''11 \ ,
the meeting Wednesday ,| Sid Shuford. r ) n -)ear-old 1IIS senior, display\ some of the lamps
end program I sided over by Mrs. T. H. Slade emonies. Those taking part were I she has 'Ihi-1 ,, !1'1.: "I.! I i''c: .
night. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman leader. Mrs.V.. G. Haile had Mrs.. Joe Warren, )'Irs.'ernon |i Following the business meeting 1 constructed in the three jears she has worked in a 4-H (-Iecpnijtft. -

charge of the devotion Dr. Seymour Marco demonstrated I fruity, Her lamps and other accomplishments in the tlettricily ._.,' _' ..._ -_ .: ?-
Spiritual Life Secretary, arranged using a' Silcox and! Mrs. Howard Myersas 0.---_ :." ,.c"- ,.. _'. '. : ; ; "-' "- """ ;""" "' "
her visual testing machines which field Imp ton for Marilyn the top state Award
lor the meetings. topic a Thanksgiving medita- models, Miss Sylvia Paulk. so- in the electric.

loist co-starred as Kay Starr, accompanied 1 will be used by the members this I program; a trip to the 4-11 Club Congress in Chicago.;
Mrs. Titus Olson had charge of tion.The
program was under the by Archie Green at the week as they begin testing the I

the Quiet Day meeting and those direction of Mrs. Clyde Sinclair piano. and Miss Louise Stern whc eyes of all children in the Starke I A Bradford County 4-H Club I before several other group; H FUEL OIL SHELt

'aking part were Mrs. L. A. Davis who gave the chapter "Africa portrayed Liberace. Elementary School. Members al- girl has won a trip to the National I In some other demonstration.-;
i iso Christmas Seals forI 4-H Conference in Chicago for her
Mrs. Don Kokomoor, Mrs. Clyde taken from the book "DeclaringHis Eddie Hartmann gave the com I prepared I Marilyn has shown the proper use

Sinclair. Mrs. H. H. Adams and Glory." This book is beinf mercial and Bob Smith put on an mailing for the Bradford County project.accomplishments in an electricity of an automatic washing rnarhine Prompt, Dependable Delivery
Tuberculosis Association.
Mrs. C. S. Haddock.The studied each month by Circle 1. Elvis Presley act. The Junior shown the care and use of the

program meeting Wednesday Mrs. W. Xollman entertained Woman's Club Piecariettes, as the i I The girl Marilyn Cox of Starke I II i electric roaster and delllon,1 I at.1!

dancers were Mrs Afternoon Coffee will be one of 11 l-H Clubbers, j the construction of a pin-ii limp
night was presided over by members of Circle 2 at her June Taylor I [ I PHONE 84 I

Mrs. \\'. L. Blair.. Others taking home Monday afternoon at :? D. L. Thomas, Mrs. L. C. Hinson Fetes New Residents ',I girls and about a dozen boys !i She ha.< also assisted l otiiei 4H'ers -

part on the program were o'clcx-k. The business meeting was Mrs. Ronald Gnffis Mrs. DrewReddish from Florida to attend the conference { and her neighbors in light-

Mrs.[ H.1.. Hatcher Jr. Xov. 25-30. The Westing-1 I i injr problems and in teat rung; ; '
Coburn Mrs. W. G iriiji
Mrs Amy conducted ty Mrs. J. II. Fields Mrs. H. J. Waters was hostessat I JOHN A. TORODE JOBBER
Haile Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs leader. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson. They did a lovely neighborhood coffee house Corp. will pick up the tab I| construction.In ,

several dance routines and servedas for her trip. J' her home Marilyn han.. ie-
H. S. Mullins. Prayer was the topic Mrs. C. Wednesdayafter noon at her homeat I II SHELL OIL PIWIH l TSVex
Mrs. L. J. Green and Mrs. W waitresses at the conclusion of 321 W. Madison street to welcome During the three years she has'' placed broken light switihein, -
D. Williams chose for the devo I / .. -w
hour. ..
each dinner
L. Miller furnished the music foi tion. The program was given by three new residents to the worked in the electricity project |' stalled fixtures and helped Wit::: -- -
The dinner was under the Finance neighborhood. The honored guestswere :Marilyn has given several demonstration '' proper lighting and wl'lngdllr ;me
toth services. Mrs. K. K. Perryman and her talk I 'I
Department of the club :Mrs.: Sonny Strickland. :Mrs before clubs and electric r 'lIIodE'lingAmong her project*
was on Korea. M TAPE --O--MATIC r
with Mrs. Junius Smith as chair William :Martin and Mrs. Evelyn I co-op groups on lamp have been the repair of Iunip.
PTAThe I Circle 3 met Monday afternoon construc-I
Elementary Greer. I tion and use of constuction of two lamas tor the
I at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. man and Mrs. Tyler Jones as co- ment. She has done \'e living room and the building of .1
l chairman. They were assisted by i j The Waters Home was lovely for (I I Recorder
November meeting of the M. W. Lance with Mrs. J. C I work in rewiring and repairing television light. High Fidelity Tape
members of the executive boari"in the occasion with arrangements I
Bradford Elementary I'TA will Hobbs as cohostess.Mrs. I
I' lights and improving lighting con- During the course oi: herAoik
and all member of yellow with
the planning ? chrysanthemums
be held Tuesday evening Nov. 13 L. J. Green, leader, pre ditions in her home. ,
the blossoms :Marilyn has become fannli.i: u 'Ii
o'clock in the Cafetorium.Mrs. of the club contributed food. Special i same centering the
at : sided over the business meeting mention goes to Lt. Col.! J. A refreshment table. During the The Bradford High senior has i such terms as amp. tnoti n.ii!
is in :
Kate charge e
Sheppard I
:Miss Kate Struth and :Mrs. J. W Griffin and Mjr. H1.. Hatchet I party hours revel games were won several prizes in 4-H club" and wattage and has Icaim-l I I. t

(it the program. j Andrews had charge of the devotion Jr., who carved the roast beef [I played and prizes were awardet' competition. During her first yearin use light.neters and nook props ; -

Hostesses for the meeting wen, I and program. Miss Struth during the serving hours to George [ to the winners. the project she tied for first I ly with fuses.

MLA' Myldred ("uti mo. chairmanMrs used Thanksgiving as her theme Kopelousos proprietor of the Miss Phyllis Martin assisted place in an REA sponsored contest j I During one phase of her Miuh _

Jim Chastl'en.11 s. Jim !! while :Mrs. Andrews selected anal I Garden Restaurant. who baked the Mrs. Waters in with a study lamp which she I she made a survey of the Mn.h; ,
Ijtrh Mrs .1 0 Gay: Mrs. W. SMi tld.' on Mexico from the Methodist serving coffee tea to short I
roasts and to E. R. )Moench whc cookies and sandwiches. j I made winning atrip a electric bill for three yea: sand
Aliley Woman for her talk. I I' provide,! the lighting effects for t! course. At the Girl's "-II Short I j learned how to figure eieitn.;

. .- i I the floor show. Ten neighborhood friends enjoyed Course she was awarded an :j
this delightful affair. after her lamp placed bills.This
-- -- -- :Woman's Club Plans I electric clock is not the first tint :M.m-
in the blue ribbon Bullington'sOffers 1.
fourth groupin
Senior MYF Raises lyn has received recogmt.on fm
Takeoff On TV Show
DIL I, Progressive Dinner a contest. her 4-H work. Last year she w.i.-

::89 In CampaignFor the most important S,
I One of elected as an outstanding 4-1'
EATObSTARKE | "Fine Arts in The Home atakeoff ; Honors Visitor Here
FL-\\ Children's Fund phases of Marilyn's electricityprojet.t club girl in the County and isceived tF
of the "Person to Per-
certificate at I-It Chit
I will be i Mrs. \\'. B. Sewell Mrs. M. F. has been demonstrations I! a
'on" TV presented
program tt
the State Fail in T.nnp i
Members of the Senior Methodist Brown and Mrs. K. G. Duncan before various groups. In her first i Day at
Sunday, Monday. Tuesday at the November meeting Youth collected I in a team A member of the I-II fir six
I tarke'oman's Club on Fellowship l entertained at a lovely progressive year she participated
of the '
November 11. 12 13 afternoon at 3:30o'clock : $ 9.13 for the United Nations In- dinner party Thursday evening demonstration before 3,000 people'at rears she has also paitu ip.'itnl ,
DOUHLE FEATURE ternational convention on the construction in projects in foods. lothing and
club house. Childrens Emergency ]: of last week honoring Mrs. an REA
I in
( addition to her
Fund as they canvassed the City Browns sister, Mrs. S. C. Corn- of a knock-down study gardening and in
"A Day Of Fury"TECHNICOLOR is in charge of I You More For
The program repeated'electricity workFuneral Your Money
Halloween night. : wall of Hellman Pa. who had T.au.mn" This&..... exhibit_00"' _-- was
:Mrs. Dave Paulk. chairman, with
Four groups of the youths com- ht'en'isiting here the past two
Mrs. Robert Green as cochairman. To Dun Rites Held Positive Push Hutton Controls Precious Tape Index
Starring Dale Robertson. Mara Those taking part on the peted in the fund raising drive weeks. Council

Corday and Jock Mahoney program will be :Mis.: J. \\'. Kin- with the winners collecting more The first course was served at For Charles Magoon Timer Record Ready Light Automatic Shut-Off

AND I caid, :Mrs.: L. J\. Canova, MrsL. than $37 in the hour and a half the Sewell home and the main For Rental Of 1 Monitor Switch Pause Button .'{-way Input Jack

G. Powell. Henry Williams. Pat project. The prize for the win- course was sel\'ed at the Duncan Charles L. Magoon. 61. of neal Dual) Jacks .

"The Birds and McGriff. and members of the BUS ning group will be a dinner at home after which the guests City Equipment Starke, died at a local hospital Output Professional Quality Microphone

Glee Club. the Garden Restaurant. played bingo. Later in the eveningthe Saturday. and a host of other remarkable features
The Bees"
Mrs. A. Russell Norman first After the collecting campaignI'er0.1e dessert course was served at The Staike City Council vote" II Funeral serifeseie held ]

IX TECHNICOLOR: vice-president will preside at the ( returned to the Recreation the Brown home. While guests this week to stall dunning citizen' Thursday XoH.. at 3 p. m. at J

George C.obel. Mit/i Gaynor and meeting in the absence of the hall for refreshments. were at the Duncan home the who owe the city for rental o i I the giaveside at Wildwood Cemetery Only i

DoAid liven president Mrs. C. L. Scholl. i hostesses presented the honoree I in \Villiamsport. Pa. I $179.95

Plus Color Cartoon For KitkWed. Hostesses for the afternoon will II Executive Board I with a gift as a memento of the city Mayor equipment.W. T. Jackson said tha Survivors include two daugh- STUDIO AND GIFT SHOD
occasion.All .
tees, Mrs. Robed Griffin of \Villiamsport. ,
be. Mrs. J. H. DuPre. chairmanMrs. i several large bills are outstanding
'tr three homes were attractively 1'a.. and ),11 $25.00 Down
Thur., Nov. 14, 15 : I. N. Breazeale Mrs. G. S New year books were given noting one for $105 for rental o s. Dorothy '
members the Executive Boan'lof i Endicott of Ontario Canada
of decorated for the occasion
9- DOUBLE FEATURE"CRAZYLEGS" Newcomb, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy the dragline and another fo-
Mrs. Cula Coran Mrs. L. H. Jennings the WMU of the First Baptist I with arrangements of fall flow $200. i j I DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home 'I $10.00 Month '

Church at their meeting Monday ers with chrysanthemums of Starke was in ,charge ni ai -
Mrs. C pre-
W. Lance,
Mrs. M.
"A lot of people the ider :
With "Cruz)leg," Hirsch A. Knight. Mrs. W. B. Sewell night. Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr dominating. r rangement.s_.__ _
they are part of the city th- r
AND"Thunder Mrs. C. H. Quick, and :Mrs. Ar- presided. Enjoying this delightful affair
mayor said "and shouldn't han
thur McRae.Luncheon. were 28 guests. "
OverSangoland" Circle NoticesThe to pay.
Council Chairman C. Cliff
T i ?
Meeting Circle WSCS M.vfs .
Hazen instructed the city clerk i II
I Lorena Epperson Circle \

With Jon Hall and Marjorie I.ordI'lus Held By Baptists I. Mrs. F. J. Shaw, leader meets I Circle of the )'Iethodist'SCS write letters notifying these peo HOMEHEATER

Color Cartoon -.. ... ... ... Tuesday Nov. 13 at the home of pie of their debts. I
II will meet Monday at 8 p. m. at
The business and program II
Mrs. S. E. Sparks. I
the home of Mrs. L. C. Champion
Fri., Sat., Nov. 16, 17 meeting of the First Baptist Co-hostess will be Mrs. W. B RevivalA !I

DOriJLE FEATURE; { WMU was held Tuesday with ,' The Ethel Biggs Circle Mrs. J ;| Thompson.

"Forever Herman Collins. visiting minister I' Patch, leader will meet MondayNov. revival will be conducted

Darling"t from Frostproof as honor guest 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof I next week at the Oak Grove Baptist -

IX TK:( II.NHOI.OK: A covered! dish luncheon was I Mrs. I. F. Dinkins. The mission Recent Birth I I Church northeast of Camp!

\\ ith Lucille lull, l)esi! Arnaand served. I book "Japan Advances" wilt ,I I11' Blanding. ".
James Mr. Collins is preaching at the :\ an.1Irs.. Claude Barton The Rev. WEiWILL ALLOW H W'
.Mason be taught by Mrs. L. D. Haines Bobby Collins pastor ,_
church this week during revival of Jacksonville announce the bh.trof I said that services will be held

AND"TEXAS f A short program was presentedby I The Lottie Moon Circle Mrs a daughter. Danna Marie or I every night Monday through Saturday

LADY" the Daisy Fowler Circle Mrs Leila Rob,1 ts, leader, will meet i I' XO6 in St. Vincent's Hospital '' Nov. 12-17 beginning 7; FOR YOUR"'OLDHEATER :

B. T. Thomas leader. The devotional -r Monday at 7HO:::. pm .it the Nunn j, :Mtf B.tJton is the fernier Kvehn' The Rev. C. A ( Col I Crosbvul!I .a 4 '

SUPEIt: ( OI'.: was given by Mrs. W. B i I of .Mt*. Jerry O.iv. Inftis I : ot St.like conduct tile tevival.Dmnei .

TKCIIMCOLOKWith : Alexander followed with prayer on the gmiinds '.\ \1:1\\ I l \ 00 I Il
r !P1f 1
naudctte Colbert and lUrry led by Mrs. F. B. Beard.! -- sawed andil0\ IS VI IV $ 60 } I

:Sullivan I The program topic was "J..\ '

Cartoon for Children pits Serial from Wells of Salvation." Mrs

Cult CIII an. Mrs L D. HaineMi -* 1
Chapter Xo. 7 ... i

1 *j l.i.n..* \1"Ic.stNew I' : -nine irul Mrs WHEN TRADED FOR A NEWSupeJjlume y --- i


Will! the elexlinn.i- uneven- Bal blIT. Bal kt.lIe! took .". :\n I need

ml and the must amusing, thing ,I Fair :at the G.itoi Bov.i! I i KsoiuiUe

8 PC. BEDROOM SUIT about it was s'in.: of the \\'lItt'.n Saturday night II. .1

votes I that wee < a.-.t by admiring :: that Jo Gumber has Leer. ; > .' it NOW! BEAUTY PLUS ECONOMY

nends or jokesters "Old 1 ed from1.Vincent's! li"'i'/ .:
; The charm and beauty of SuperLn.e! : I ..- I been unmatched
I Gene" T.llma'lgt'ho has been i Cleveland Ohio. \\heie .-:.- by any ol ..r space hero r. I). 1 tu .t! '> in

\;'; -.- dead lo these many years got one ],I been confined since JiiK i ; style for years to come only Si"I":| i" II<' M\..., :> -
I"jJ i .\..1'f.' r r, vote for President, Carl Johns one j i is now convalescing at .. truly modem styling plus the .n. 1.-,.' ,1.1' S ur th.t,
I ". satesouuptoionfueL. n
h'!"II -- ." f'>r State Comptroller, and Leila of the Joe Cumbers Jr ;:. \r .
f1' I : ,'"J....... !
I "l- -Art .. Mundy one for Secretary of State,[land .

1 t. ya. -w Must be nice to know that Diana Kay Garbett un !lt' '.- : AMAZING SUPIRfLAME FUEL SAVER

;.. ; ;;it least one person has such a .a: tonsilectomy Tuesday a: P.: : : SAVES 1/3 CM FUEL

i1 'L-- r: : -L pi">d opinion of you I'm just ford County Hospital 1', \ .- I..' .... :ut t ; : 0:' t. .;.:. '
-r-___ .J =. f' -- ;iv.ng !or the day when some ad- i Conner Jr. celebrated his L: >: It ; r' -. "i.l H"T ".t'i cu'l'i-i.e, ; 'I II:
Ship By t a ; isAv: Kit lii-.r.ers intreaat-d' -t-lion If.
,I.,'o-' : : n-.iser! sal: write in the name of birthday Oct. 28 with a Halloween' l 'V.t p s', r .t c ait thr<>u..vut! the hoar. You g.'t mod rn Iriife .
._ :.. '"' it : t ? r ne r.h .th 'rijai,e' "ihe v ,
--J 'II (\iiv'yi; : Callstreet tot t Constable Partfor 20 little friend J! tolice %J 1 'r'y x a Sup" "
'P' r 4v. ;: Leme KL-SAVfck" doub> h. it fdU i
-' iDansbyl} Hall undent''' GREYH0BI&PACKAGE :" be' t.. .-dare* I '!.".r.itnrv tfts show that the :>' ;*
-- .'u. i ,. .. .. chimm40' -. '
The Woman's Club Election I r r. "e' KLLL-dA\LH": :; .duc'-
surgery last week in St. Vin,"-nt: \. .'., :. -" on the average' These time I'..,t- .
I !r.'Ltit'; purity was a great success: > Hospital and returned home sr- EXPRESS SUPERFIAME ORDINARY HEATER ;to. t vii !" l'1 3 f.,11S required lo :"
those were % -:: of hut in the home.
Among present ; urday The Barney }I, Ra.-s S: Delivers far more teat into your home Ita vp the chimney'

00' ,. ... .. f,,!rn.ei C.illstreeters Charles and :and daughter. Prissy X.iz....,,: t..".
",',;... .' i,.. M. I'M I'.irtm of Eustis. who had 1 have moved from the Green lu> .-. flow Nationwide!

o.e; to vote and T. K. and :ion -
up Cherry St. to 311 -
]HOOKlSE; BED: Iafaytrcformerly ; ; .to city end town on ; =
\\ :..mltl Chine! of Gainesville. occupied by Alto :nr.: every Lines r, .:.:.; NO COLD FLOORS V/iTH C'JPERFAM

noi BI.iIUESSIU: & :Minium Now Only 'AhMIO! : over to join in the fun I Xita Dobbs Peggy Shallei!! .T. Greyhound ,= --::;: I, Su, 'rf_n Blower I with Superibnve gives; you a completely automatic for,-. r

Congratulations: to Lloyd and tered Riverside Hospital TUt,-i L'I, C.O.D.or ; is' iting 5>tem for your home. Superfon is fully automatic blows warm air u: .
Your choice COLLECT .
: heater hot and shuts off when heater is cooL Circulates Jj more '.jrni ,.!
Ir.v. Green who their tear is jour :
J.AIKiK: rilEST OF DKAWKKSINXEKSl'KIXC ) : : celebrated for observation The L i. ." .i .
PREPAID flan heater fan.That's
shipments. onlinary
fta.95BOX. _.",;:n wedding anniversary on Nov Andrews family have moved foi.Cherry : l ;. .. not all .Superfan with the Superflame fuel saver will save up 'j n-: rC
: : (; :MATTRESS: 51 7 Hear that Wally Muhlhofeii. St. back to their home or | 0 Same-day Service to hundreds .-"", "'.1! tills. Eliminates! cold air pockets and coM! floors is guaranteed to give he.rrfort ",
/ cf places. to e ery room in your Fa,:ne. Super'jn is portable and may be used sepjr-li J
pm'j' J7 the new thief! of police at Keytor.e Alton Road Peggy and Vernon !; v 4
: ; 't' j."i summer :' h5fJc.I\ ;
Heights Theron Hunter Extra-careful t : :; .rfCul""r', .. ; rS.mc '.,.
: | Barnett and family are re handling very i :-i.> H ;.c;! nc '! \.0 .0' rn_ rtrr. pjp>
( elebrated his 11th birthday Wednesday '.I siding at the :McKinneyhouse ,J low rates. J 'E;. 1 .- i i'-.r i.t.t 2 t. -'' :.. c---i: t to".' : t.t.y: tot.wy'a' I'.' "' '.
2 I n: VTHEK PII rows) : .v SI'Iu:1I: II I __ Cl Ld
with a party for 20 young 749 Lake .___ "
far all in'ciic.t.'on1'honc :
:lends at his home on Lafayette :i Hear that Bill Epps of the

St: I( Florida Bank and Bernice Noe"of 11 jJr.

Airman 2-c Chas. L. Jenkins of Jonesboro, Ark. were married

1'IiONEE Bersstium AFB, Austin Texas is in Folkston, Ga. last Saturda I ,' ::NO SOS i. .:: N Starke RadioPHONE & TV

l'3 East Lame! on 30-day leave before deputing night They were ac ompan.. i :Starke Fla

Nov. 30 for a year's duty by i Clarence and Yvonne Co!sir.

I Call SOStarke. .n Afru-a Hilma and Harvey | and Robbie Robinson Th-= ,

Tanner! entertained Saturday I newlyweds are making their l ho.:., ---r1: 384

i Street Ha. naht: at the Camp Blanding en- at 1211 W. Pratt St. E C; r; gr;

I li.-tO'i rr.en's club with a dance Al!! for now See :you .r. ".::ant "
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p, I II1. !, Mrs E :M. Rooks of Gainesville f Future Farmer Officers He.-k of the Circuit: Court I I
Ry :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I I I. "
will be the weekend guest of :Mrs I. \ 'isI '.

1\\". G. lade and will attend tht .-- ,. '. L'
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1 :Methodist Church homecoming Sunday. ...rlol:01 In I ham-err. II.- .., FLORIDA
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Mrs. Lola Gal belt and children :\1.,' Ttiaop| >"'n I I" i i. ii'ianta !IMMUKIiJ'lallitl t..
:Mrs. Leo Champion and Mrs. Do -- :%.. ;"iivv.llnlrr .L'.'
Of I'IIIoII'all..o nnd011.: Tu .
iVmlan I-
Champion spent from Saturday t. tiir.ir| Male Of Florida Tor I I Ifrn'i; .'.1. II .
THE WE1dVS ..Monday: visiting Mr. and Mis o, 'i :tlo- Th"h./ .'-e I!j.iintly : ". '. '. .I.. '1 1I THEATRE
ami a.M"I::I i."i 1 hh'iiM.'reaii .
O. Evans and family in F"i- ( !I ::1lall"1t1 i' >v ''i.i I.
; I'lty 1.:. ,
i i Vi M\ i -I r..d;
- I Lauderdale.Mrs. a i Ire riqur.d; to appear on dater than the Mh t d i\ of III"II
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a I > the
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Godwin ,Ii ,siMoult- ,c! Il I ugl.Js. Ga. xvar.i had s.it-. It'jfi.: ;; ; hi ri : 1.1 -{. '1
Hemv Johns -.
a. Y
:Mis. Effie I
\ > ncl [ w a I .urt and cause, whereinq'rkr :S\T.\ Noin
of :\11'. ,10.> 'nter.1 aj.ii.- .inil 1
weekend 01 ala with i Sumi.iV! .tft n"on guest 1'uests11': ,ui, f divorce. .. .
lent 'he in : day evening supper :XitlutIj.iil inn. ii- .1ip.ilxr '
I. ,- ,,1!ford County Telegraph snail .. Hit Ddl) HI K: IF' Ml ilr
M mother :Mis. Lola Johnson and M I: > I G; Hams. Mrs. L. L. Renfroe of New R \, : :, this Order in next four fur four 'H. <*
xrrkt' III
>tir piitihi "t.-
:lira Carl Johns and :Mrs. Carl I :Miss Agnes; Lawson of FSUa Mr. and Mrs. Morns Carter .1; v issues. I tutfi. II '.'
\ TC'S hand and official seal pER
I. Johns and children attended lid Bill Morar of Panama City Heilbronn Springs and Mi= HI--T '\' Florida the Ni>ttiul- -. I (MKKK'IAI.. SEai.nt'herl. S CoopF
with' 1 !.-: A ICtrliv flriK! ,
V Friday after- will spend thtweekend Canter of Maxviile. 1
of F. parade
'lit i !
i ';ITIAL SEAL) I l"> :il.ii :ui I. fn"Io\ I""J'] i pCION
i IInBuIl Agnes' parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Dr. a.dIrs.. .1. A. LeCl. I n <.;,,-H- s ,''' .tries A. Darby, ,, H/' I klr

.; (alibi lus, Tulips, ('albs, A. Lawson. last Sunday as guests of Rev :tni'i As. Clerk of Said Court. -

Luffodil,, .\molr)iii.. at isistrunks.Mr Cpl. and Mrs Max Furlong i :Mrs. Donald Kribb*. in Jai ksnnville. M ,I:ian. II.20 I... Crosby'} Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life la 'I 1 lie ('''''1'1 of I.,; t."ual.> .lm. {_. V5--,4
Ilr.-nlloril t l 1..1)l rivriila.In
and Mrs. O. II Stevens of Iel'e'iSlting' Miss Agnes Lawn; I ReKribbs is pastor of ;m .''a. k""I1\ Ille 2, Florida I'rohale.IX
weekend and Thurs Memorial Methodist' .i I'lf. 11 Y It II "i> I IK: KSTATK 'F
\era Beach spent the al. FSU on Wednesday I Livingston .
NKVA It: :XlAKTl\i\r.I I'
'ith their daughter Mrs. R. E. day and plan to spend the weekend Church. Dr. LeClerc taught tht dolt(1nu-,1rl' Oat..f 1 Ii ill Si 1""', !II i M

Lewis and family. in Tampa. I Adult Senior Bible Class. \liIK; :M. iNiWI.I.Ni; will hr. \<,> l K C: liP III l\(. I-CII; I MlI nil '..VIfe
IKIn Mrs O. U.I Evans and children Mrs. Esther Gregory and daugh Circuit Judge Geo. L Pattenis n iIs < '! nler of th. Eighth ..liidiil.tli \ '" I 11" IllltTo ;* .
Ga. have moved to ters of Juniata. Pa. were visitors: holding court in Duval Count dp aalal i ('ourt. III and For Hradford All Wt.ni, I' :Max ,'.n.,. .
>t Savannah. ee .n'\ Floridaherein the Flor- Xi.ll. I- 1t..I."n u'6. !4.aL.1'l
Uoute 1, Starke while her husband ol Mis. J. H. Melds Wednesday J I this week having been assigned du i K.uik: at Slarkc i'iaiiitiff and filed my (,n.1I t-.irti. ; ..tstrator *r
of last week. Gov. Leroy Collins. ,\ t C: Wowling. individually, and of thetto ..t \- ;
overseas duty.ltr there by I Iy
is on T . .' '
; -- as KottluiK :Aut Sales is :l.iitineau d.-t .1- -.1 tpled h.
M-Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese J. T. Quigley. leis u t V
and Mrs. Robert Taylor I Mr. and Mrs. | 'd.tnt.entoluog1rrdior'-; | nix petniMii\ for I'nat .1 j :
and Kiiinqiiuts \\ith jand' children of Montgomery. Ala. I I Jennie Thoinquest and Mis. Mabl I i (;'... ti> (iiih.r Answer with and that I will! ..!'ply in i i iinable
1 I' of Mr. and 1 .'rk of tin- fiiiirt and to Theron .\ '" ., ti
were weekend guests 'Mersereau have returned from i .
fruit at :Sistrunk. I a i-uiy| thereof ui''n 1'l.lin- Judge of |!r-, : n I
in Jackr(mville Mra Don Page. The Reeses and two weeks vacation at "Laure' .iHirne\v. I.az..nlo11..11.l trar,1 nil Ih'i3.,t. I",:,". im -'i.'t ,
1 with Mrs. Robert Green mountain home ut arwlri :Mi IN, I lox! I II':::. I'ainl! .fMldiiii same aril fur final .|'-II.ITJ
Pages the
| GIsa
:'aturd +y. Lodge I{' : ':_< in -'. liii: FI..t.. ; :: iii-ira: ;< :Mrs. Charles Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green Mr. and Mrs. Quigley in Mender + !Ma .t I :II .i.0, .1'''I-. U tic I' i: M.llliriia .1'-! .1! /r *
:Mr U. of F. football Id i .t .!, lai. '..'t! !h.)' -. II \\ > '.n '. 1- ,
:Mrs. Sarah Hun- attended the sonville, Jf. C.Irs Thornquest t \%
md family and ] '. \IM, '. -" of -i' ., i
anJ Theron attended the game on Saturday. after spending a few days ]in __ rrirnr + .1 I. ::-1 I: Maitiin 'm I
ii>r son
Gatoi; Growl Friday evening.E I ('If a ranee :Sale Begin Friday ati .' Staike, returned to her home 1i / 1 I Iea I'' I" '

P flitter of Hamlett X. C i i 3:30. Dresses, Coats and| Miits I Jacksonville. .r r rr rr
|I Iat UII: .\':'-. Coibm Caim'H .in.. V St sic -
'. spending a few days with :Mrs I Friends of 4r NEED CASH? -- -- $100 -- $300 _
I. S Hutto and family.ioltlfisli. | Cpl. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of' the Scott family will regret t'> Ty Dazing I.

and Fort Benning Ga. are spending he is confined] to the
I".t that
rE snry
: their infilll1.11.in i
with parents
SUtrunks.Eno.s the University of
sii(>[)lies at : KV : >
Hayes and Miss EnaA i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and I Gainesville.Sen. I'1.4s i
xarz of Miami John Hoi ton Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith. and Mrs.;: Charley John i [ ;

nf Ilendprronville, N. C., Mr. and I Mrs. Frank Hoover visited Mr. and daughter.Ial kleya'nn and 1 + &et'SRs. i J s .-:... 3t13st.a .

oils Frank Ackerman of Tallahas- and :Mrs. S. P. Wallace in Palatka Rep and Mrs. Doyle Conner wen j :2IS W. University Ave. Phone FRG5333Gainesville
\ officers were drftrd at liuth of the Future Farmersof
I \\ rwnlly
; Fla.
-o.?< and Mr. and :Mrs. John l leas on Sunday.i among those spending the weekend 'LXVS'r
.ml family of Lake City were I i and Mrs. Guy Sale and in Gainesville attending the America chapters at Bradford High; School. In the toi| photo, are I

Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. !daughter, Linda were Saturday Homecoming festivities at V. oft I the officers of the Bradford Chapter. Left to right are Kd 1 Mil.. .,) { ,

K: W. Hayes Sr. 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy .F. reporter; K.: I). Norman treasurer; Jack iriflis, secretary ; Sidney i

Mr. and Mrs. W. T Joyce and in Gainesville and attended the ; Clearance( : Sale Begin I'rid.iy at ; X,.\\lIIan. \ice-jTesitlciit t, and Bobbie :Supn. president. Not in the See BILLY JACKSONFOR 1 "

Garden and llourr :Sent at ''U of 1-'. football game. I 3:311. Dresses, Coats aid| Suits j photo' i is Jerry :Sug; ; g s, sentinel. In the bottom photo the officers of SSV. -? :.'

SistrunUs.son Mrs. Owen Vaughn visited her at LKlkVS.: the newly-formed Starke: chapter are, l-r Kudolph Sapp! (presidentilluir ; : ? W N
Billof Tallahassee were sister Mrs. S. C)., Truluck. in I :Mrs. J. II. Surrencv and Mrs I
\\ Larry, treasurer; Rudolph Hutchesonicepresidciit' and
weekend of Mr and :Mrs. Jacksonville on Sunday. She was H. C. Summer of JacksonvilleMonday I Ii \i /
::'"anlt'\ Noeg :at the Noegol's accompanied to Jacksonville by I I were visitors of11'. and ]I II l'rt'l1t1i..tl'plll'lI.: ,, ,..lItill. .. Not shown are Koln-rt COOJMT, secretary, '//'flm/1 v

the Orklawaha River. Mr :and Mrs. Hobble Shaller who Mrs. L. A. Davis. 'i, and Hill 1'iirsjUi, reporter.( 1 I I -* --\*
< nip on I 1I ./
\\I'eIJilting! Mr. and Mrs. Dor I Mr. and Mrs V.V.. Strickland I I: And All Type TractorVork Y.

.-- --- --' .. Ray Tilley. Jr. and children plan to spend I Mrs. O. L. Deasley and :Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. Tony Gonzalez I,
:Mi Mabel Weller of Kmlen- senior PHONE[ 165 ]
>s weekend with the
i the .
I J.v.. Kincaij returned home are presenting a musical recital.,
,!' ton I'M arrives next week to Strickland* in Daytona Beach. | Wednesday of last week from : :.t the Revival Service at the Pen- 'l I-i
COLONIALFLORIST spend three weeks with Mrs. Joe Miss Alice St. John of St. Augustine W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER >
I' week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. C Ell! Baptist Church in I'alatka +
HooverClearance with f /
weekend 1
spent the C. Hoppe in Tampa. from Mondaythrough Friday. I w >
Sale Begin I'rid.iy at her mother Mrs. V. S. St. John ,
Mrs. G. K. Bennett and son Airs. B. G. 7J'
Middleton of Atkinson !
3:30.: Dresses, Coats and| quit and family.Mr. I' !, .. ... ... -"' ..",.". -","'- ,...-.. w
Kern, of Orlando spent the week Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe !
at LK.1LVS.Mr. : McGuire
I and Mrs. Arthur
Siefferman end with Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith of Hortenrv, Ga. were' > Tens\>< \
: and :Mrs. Clair of Jacksonville visited Mr. and .
Smith. They were accompanied to weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. STARKE NEEDS
St. were overnight
PHONE 218 i of Petersburg Mrs. Barney MiRae and familyon wasa
: guests Friday of Mr. and :MrsMerritt Starke by Mrs. J. E. Wilson who W. K. Middleton.Mrs. .

I Williams. They all attended Mrs.Sunday.S. R. Johns flew to LittleSwitzerland had spent the past week with' A. Z. Adkins left Wednesday I MODERN RADIATOR SOP; : poder-K

(j) I the Gator Growl and U. of F N. C. on Sunday to the Bennetts. for Norfolk Va. for an indefinite i then W STEVE

I game Friday evening and Satur drive her aunt Mrs. C. F. Savles I Rev. W. S. McAliley, Charles visit with her soninlawand II I I being This sent area main needs}miles a modern away.} auto OpporlumU radiatorhop for | vrstm Work wishing i is now tiiei s6! COCHRAN
I Alwood Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs daughter. Dr. and Mrs. B.
day.Miss hack to Starke on Monday. Mrs I i to own secure profitable business with excellent growth j>osMf>ilities. 1 j u.eorsi a-iea nra ,,._
FLOWERSFor Frances Landrum spent Styles .is visiting r brotherinlaw Rudolph Sink and Mrs. David A. Pope Jr. and family. Dealer, parade or-serx'ioe :station can operate as depart i \. WARNER EROS w.
the weekend With her brotherinlaw and. sister. Judge and Mrs Montgomery attended the Presbyterian Mrs. R. M. McRae and children ment. First >earaltragts$6,000toIO.000 INLAND. world attests

All Occasions and sister Mr. and Mrs. Dick E. K. Perry man for a few day! I Sunday School Institute : visited :Mr.: and :Mrs. C. R. Wilson largest radiator shop equipment manufacturer asst-tr'siwnsible I AND J

Siefferman in Gainesville and attended to her home in in Gainesville on Thursday of I in Gainesville Sunday afternoon. individual. OUT 1.000 INLAND shops now in op I
I before
DISH GARDENS eration. America's fastest automotive bu in(> AS I
growing Ss.
festivities.Mr. I
F. week.
the U.
Miami.Mr. little as. $295 down for equipment starts you in businessINLAND Ahead
POTTED PLANTS I : and Mrs. Don Page and and Mrs. Jack Alvarez of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry will finance balance and furnish i training. Write to I ,

son Donnie. were visiting Mrs. J. Perry and Mr. and Mrs. R. LAlvarez man returned home Tuesday of In nr'nll:\oTln.('..url.: TO Itradturil AITKtll Count, I INLAND: : :m.'G. COMPANY: IK-pt. l'-3; II was

POTTERY J. Walker att1antic Beach or and family of Fort Myers last week from two weeks visit Florida In fhniirfrr.William 1108 Jackson\ St., Omaha 2, Nelir.HONEYSWEET safety

Monday evening.I. home were weekend quests of Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Perryman Jr. Ixirothy Ann S. Starling.:Starting h Plaintiff.s)..f.- .... t. and a
returned iii
WiredAnywhere ..
Flowers P Shepherd
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. and family in Bethlehem, Pa. <'a.XL.. 1".I.nt: I /atueeHE'D
Thursday after spending a week Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Mersereauof Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth and :\ollee To'II.or I II .
To Iior'.t thy -\nn Marling whi
with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shep- and Mr. and :Mrsi A. >M- I
Staike ,(:au htt r. Penny. spent the weekend -si.lriicc' anil aililff-- iTullailrg..t.
herd II, in Newman Ga. attended Ala l>a ma.
J. Corey of Lake City I in Gainesville as guest of
For Mowers: Ilyponev, II '-rll. You are hereby notified that a HAM & BACON CURING \
Nona St. SUrke Sistrunks. i the U. of F. football game Satur- Mr. and :Mrs. E. E. Cellon and suit for divorce, rare, custody
Bloom at -
Plant Tah.Iali: ( and control of minor childhas
day afternoon. attended the U. of F. festivities. I
been filed against you in theabove
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and I named Court and cause and Hickory Smoking
of Jacksonville were you are'required to serve a copy of
daughter your answer or pleading to the com-
,guests Sunday of :Mr. and Mrs plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Bring Your Pork To I
LOWEST PRICE EVERSpecialITus :\Ia'k- Kutrh. :I'!u'T"II1II.! .. .\\'- .
''J G. Holton.
: I I.II. Sta rk r. Klnnila
I Mrs. T. J. Griffin is spending and file the original In the office of

this week with her granddaughter, |the before Clerk theotherwise of the Circuit Court on or FLORIDA COLD STORAGESIO

Miss Gloria Johns. in Jackronville.Mr. I 'loth d.,1... I1'",!.,
and Mrs. M. F. Hazen spent the ailegutlnn.-, of said -
Week Complaint will be taken as con Brady St. Jacksonville. Fla i
Only. three days last week vacationing fessed oy you.

"i-n the West Coast of Florida.Mi ,'on'This-r each notice week shall for four t>e eon published. rtitive One block off Myrtle Ave. at Union St. I: .AND

and Mrs. Gene Norman of weeks in the IVadford d-unty Tele- BLAST
J I11 ksur.ville vacationing this graph. PHONE ELfilX; -Gil-:{ I .
1 I'at..t Hi.* T''i. .lax V'i 1 I' .'. HS!! WAYOVER!
Hew NO R G E w,-ek with their pan'nts.11'. and '; (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles .1\. Darb) ,

:MiA H. Henry and Mrs. Maudeoiman. ,, I s

r L -" .' "' "!*; \ Mi: and. Mrs. Robert Faulkner WE'LL OO"E WaUl.ac EVERY J i\ '; J

< t Jacksonville were weekend ,;

10 cu. ft. Refrigerator jii-sts! of Mr. and Mrs. Paul I! ELCCQSTAINED .j

Faulkner and attended the GatorIrowl ;I I MILE TO CET

(; Friday evening.Mr I
Green were I : TO THEM! ,
and Mrs. Inman $95

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles : i I
,'. .
weekend.Shepherd in Tampa over the]i TO $995a KENT TAYLORPEJULACLAK' 7'/" '

1 Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent the I I ; -r .

U weekend with her son-in-law and ] RENEE HOUSTON #'

daughter :Mr. andI/'!', E. P. | A Rl'.fllC rKi:tI
l I' i I N0.M,Pr.....G.. n'<
.. P.
jI'a Renner in Gainesville.! ."" .......- .
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Mrs. Effie Johns and son Freeman a :

f and :Mrs. Willie Mae Judd YOUR OLD RECAPPABLE '.\. 1U1t and Flattery (tat

toon) Last chapter "Se
v t re Sunday evening suppciquests -
of Mrs. Randolph Cn ,
;.'nil Mrs. Henry Carter in M.ixille. TIRES depending on size

$$188 \ SIN.: :MON.. TIES.
_- ,
I 1 l :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Humphin when traded for NOV I112.13Richard}
r c'f Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs

John W. Griffin, of Ochlockniv '. : ,
t ia and Mr. and Mrs. W. H Y\\\1\ 3.T NYLON! CUSTOM ;

Thomrin and family of Monthvi: > .

GIVES YOU MOREFEATURESMORE vill: be weekend guests of Mr. and! tf \VidmarkV'

VALUE Mis. F. F Stump and will attar; } !hjL"2 D"cCushiiollls ,

the Florida-Genr.id, game tin.-
PER CU. FT. THAN ANY .' --..." a
.rnrd.iy. "
___ OTHER COMPARABLE 5t by /f' f.:i a A
SIZE REFRIGERATOR! ,. > ; ,.J., .....e .<'- "i'
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Starke Resident'sFather '
Giant 55 Ib. Frozen Food a I is 11 .

Storage Cross-Top Freezer Dies HereMinter

Chest stores 42 Ibs. of frozen r61t

foods; chill tray provides addition i
; I 13 : Hall .V; ; a reins!! < y tM
c pound storage capacity I local hi'ptal Trade NOW fur a rl..l J.! ell! on tim.: PI.i S"Hm'hd
:"f man. died in a
i :Mon.l ty.\ t 11- .. \\ ,",- I I '1litius tire tlat's Stronger on *',-; By Hall; ) ((1 I aII'in.El ,
New Handidor is LIFETIME
: ; !
r / Park he w.i ti., : ,' MiWilliarU ,
I / I / double! -deep, with specie! stor- I White---! : .-' X-- t. GUARANTEE I i\SlDE-Sc: on the OUTS1.' \\ !) TIHItS.: !I'M'

cge for fruit: jars, tall quart; I' I Funeral! Sl'! \ .. ". ht-: I (("ustom-styled for beauty, witf. i" \ )\ 1 II! | :,- ,

bottles I Tuesday at th.F! : \ (,1:-. e No Time Limit Triple-Tempered Nylon! Cor i f r

/ Removable Butter Bank 1 Baptist Church in .\-. ::1!1' .v. ,' e No Mileage Limit strength, and new Twin-Gr 'i I Ie 'r, Amy.'

i .- holds a full pound of butter;: : hunal in the Dl':1"' No Expiration Date for safety, quiet and cor..; r i'' t :

t Egg Nest stores eggs in a removable I tery. r
See Us For Defairs'/( miss this oprortunftyl!
I / plastic; crcdle-ccrfort Survivors unhide '..' .'. f"i. s or0 J

Giant Crisper is equipped I children. Mrs. Wh'.elmM: : : ,'' wSpi a

I Roland! Ward of A'-n P.1 ar.r t tM
I with glass shelf cover FREE MOUNTING !
Minter Hall Jr. of APaik:
I (

Park and five sisters Mrs Jim- .
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. .. 4r rte e.
EASY TERMS mie Obsteen of Waycross, Ctms. "" .. I 'N'n'//N' '0YWh h 'I '/ / 7I. '"
I .. .. ..,. .. ..' /-;, ".y/xMI///.0; : .o / ('W;,;',.).,7w, .. /, '
:\ ::. John Holland of Savannah ... I.. ." .."111"//,,. ,,,,. .. ... ." / ",,"', /0.n .,/" / /" -. n
\ \ -
Ga.. Mrs. Betty Story of Way I

cross. Ga., Mrs. Carl FitzpatttcVc I Service Station
GAY'S ;' Detroit, Mich., and :Mrs. Mamie

/ HOME APPLIANCES Battles of Orlando; and sever SEEKER GOODMAN -. o .. ".... JI" t tli 1CIA

grandchildren. l Tf
213 I: W. MADISON I .\'"E. PHONE 10 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 1 U. S. 301 at South City Limits: pi.rs

":' St.uko v ,/; 'n charge of ar- G- _L"T I ( 1 Starke Fla. "TJp. Turkt') (Cartoon ;;

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II Growl and 1-C..1 "> 10 dar .f tr t. to"': 1- .1\\I i. :' \ irv C .art :i iM '
I had done an excellent job of Schaeffer, JoAnn D.ishei an'I Homecoming:: football game in Official Seal Charles A. Darby, .. i'k. F'rl.. 1 n :'J.n .
LONG BRIDGE Clerk of the the .1.i''it -
Circuit CourtDy .I.br r.T" Ini
; HIGHLIGHTS decorating m the Halloween motif 1 Frank Xoonl'I i Gamesulle last Friday and Satur- Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clrkin .)' "-t i l"lld"."n .f Ih-: :. .
There were eight tables of budge In I AND NEW RIVER ",.r y. u H uoiit : .r tl.i1.iiiif: Gal \-f 'HP vn,.1 .'
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I I voted on whom considered to mention. L. I it 1. r. \ 1 I' i \ !
>cr ftr.dant. .
1TA CarniMil HIIRO Siis i i ', !" a bandaged accident best dressed. Mrs. Ragan Pace of Ft M ,, .
the ers
be liarJo Siprelle was the art I > Ca'e X '. iO-I ; : \ t.
The PTA HalUv.u'on Carnttall| vie'tun. was the most original; Mrs. Betsy Hackman, conned ist in Mrs. Davis1 room who made was a guest of Mrs Albert Aotlrr T.. To Aoorari i. ; .
: liettv -< r whn<=>> Ti.I"n -
Sundeiland "
Kay Cigarette girl '
for 196 is now pest history, but a as a Toreador, was the prettiest; the winning poster, while Mike i Moody last Thursday evening. and .idclif-v I> !.-ij !K'nnH.;:l.u .i\ < i.-1-< __- 3 : =-:= _._ :: tt, o,
it is ceitamly a bright spot on I'was the prettiest; Harold[ Snellen Mrs. Velma Menzen, as a witch Walrath and Pat La aloe won Markalee Moody spent tart York." o Milciitii Tuft>KIn! i>kvn! :\u
a tramp, was the ugliest, and the LOWEST
this year's record. It was the mostsuccessful was the most frightening; while honorable mention. ,.weekend with Miss Nan Mullen You are hereby notified that a
funniest Trina in
was Ridaught,
who "didn't : ii Hosford. suit for divuroc has IIP, n f :, d I -
carnival- finanl'iaIlY1to | a balloon-headed outfit.In I Mrs. Fran Morgan T. 15. X-IJay I'nit against YOU in the above named PRICED
date. Frank Walrath Jr., general have a thing to wear," was the Here Nuiembrr 23 Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Raulerson I,Court and cause and you are re-
all age group 10-13, Reba Hall, in cardboard of Jacksonville quired to serve a copy of jour at.-
chairman, wishes to thank most original a Mrs. Thelma of the visited their sisters -
as bull-fghter, was the most Kirkland i,swer or pleading to the complainton COLOR
those who so generously gave of "barrel." Clay County Tuberculosis Assn. Mrs. Emily and Mrs. Ida the Plaintiff's- Attorney T. Fr .r..uiLandrum
their time, talents, and resourses! original; Roberta Sibley as a tics Kay Denny won high has sent word that Keystone Moody last Sunday.W. I Hox ;4S. Starke. Fi u
I land file the original :
the tli-
Hawaiian girl, was prettiest; in riff
The parade in charge of Bud prize for bridge; Mrs. Barbara Heights will have the X-Ray Mobile T. Granger has returned of i the Clerk (if the Circuit, ('. ', a"
Anthony was a spectacle in itself Tony Brault, as a tramp was the Brannen, second; and Mrs. Gladys Unit in town on Friday, :gor. from a five weeks visit with his 'ion ISR or before the 19 day of :Xon e.l:, .,r TV
ugliest; while David Schaeffer, as ; othewise the allegat.ons: f
Some of the costumes were sherrif the funni- Bachmann low. Mrs. Marge Trary 23. Hours will be from 10 a. m. sons in Whiteville.. C. sold Complaint will be tlh'lI .1' s=
fabulous. Judges Nell Parker, Hazel a country was was high-scorer at the Canasta confessed by )'ou.I \ "'r,h .
to 1 p. m., and from 3 p. m. to E )tr. and airs James Lavender
est. This notice shall fce published!
Rogers, and John J. Camp table. ip.m. 'Jr. and children spent Saturday I Once each week for four consecutive '
I +
had a difficult time making the Following the judging, the chil Annual Bazaar Xov. 17 Mrs. George naffer: who (right and Sunday with their ;|;weeks In the Bradford County Tilt-:: I l I CUlt LAST '.
In the Pre dren who won the poster contest Nov. 17, the Keystone I graph.
decisions: On Saturday,
will be in charge of the projectis 4pr.rents Mr. and Mrs. James I: hated this lith day of Oct.'t! : i I 'f II
school age-group, Eddie Baker. were given their awards. Woman's Club will hold asking various ladies to assist Lavender Sr. in Jacksonville. Mr. '11956. << JLtY1.OI I.,

as Robinhood was the most origi- Coitunw Card Party I their annual bazaar at the Club I for an hour, letting them pick I! Lavender Sr. celebrated his ..OlhII i (OFFICIAL Charles A.SKAL Darby I.

nal; Poppy Denny as a princesswas I On Monday evening, Oct. 29 Houes. their own time if possible. If I birthday anniversary Saturday. I Clerk of the Circuit Court
the Minn Float. and Mrs. has ever attended Dy :Marion L. Crusbj, IVputy CikI !
prettiest; Mrs Everett Fox HenryHall \ Anyone who you will be available during the II Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson and 10/13'4t -- -
as a witch, the ugliest; and Christopher t' were joint hostesses at a I these affairs will know that it is'I above-mentioned hours, please (children are visiting her grandmother I I 11,5 I Ii I I ,n -- -

Platt, a tramp the funni card party, and each guest was:' I an excellent place to "do your call Mrs. Schaeffer at 4127.Kej I j and relatives in New I :OTICK TO AFFEtRIn '
est. I asked to come in costume. Tho''I I Christmas Shopping Early." .stone Woman's Club 'Orleans, La. this week. "I..rldaln Court i'banrery.llrndford l'oooty, ,

In age group 6-9. Janie Me-: party was, held m St. William's; There will be a turkey linnet Members of the Keystone Wom I sir and Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. Edna :May Stewart, I'laintiff, tr t "
: Irvin .
served from Faye Stt-uart. I l'd'nI.II'!
with all the fixin's an's Club asked not to for in Jacksonville Sunday ,
are 'I(were visit- I j 'a e Xn. 1"-1"4(;
5:30: to 7 p. m. Dinner tickets will busines! :\utlrr. To Appear il r' Th.Aldrlh.Ma.
get the regular monthly ing air and airs.elson Dekle.
adults and 6T! : for I' Tn lento FaStiwart.. uln<.' I / fiogany groined
:a; for ;
cost Sl meeting to be held Tuesday, Nov I Ir. and Mrs. Fonnie Crews o1 loot known re>ul., 'n, e and. .nl.ii.. '> I i!! ( I t cr I med, oak
SAVEupto50onFUELWITH children to 12 years of age. 113. at 1 p. m. This will be an'Ocala were here for a short visit : 524 We.-t I-'thjtr,,,,. 1), iut : pn, red jn.shes.

I'T.Opt'n HouseParents I important meeting with the Bazaar -last( Saturday. Colorado.You are hereby notified that a Model 21CS781..iKo.c'.

SIEGLER'S EXCLUSIVE PATENTED I and other interested I the main topic for discus.1 Our sympathy goes to tics.Gertrude !j, suit for dixune, (11)y and ? u- I' .j $495.00
urged to attend the i trill of minor children; f ;
are sion.
parties Kelly the death oi .
upon has Leen filed against you Ir the
TWO-IN-ONE HEATMAKER! all-day open-house program at Catholic Club Sleety % I her brother Warren Quinn, ",h(,I I'above named Court and cause and I .. 1 !

II the keystone Heights School, on I' St. William's Catholic Club hell!; lived in )Mobile Ala. Mrs. Kellj, and copy you of your are answer required or to pleading serve to a

look ot these exclusive Tuesday Nov. 13. This program special} meeting on Monday eve attended the funeral in Pensacok I the complaint on the Plaintiff's -=--. .. _;-40
I will replace the regular So\'emI I I Wingov. 5, In the hall. Thi: last Friday. .1' Attorney <;rn & <;rn, 5t.u6r'F'Iorida .
SIECLER features bee meeting rations also will I meeting, it was decided, will re Mr. and Mrs. George Andersor. I and file the original U the office of ,, NOW-FUT THE EXCITING NEW Compot'bl*Cotir Tel.. i OIl

.Two-in-One. HeotmalcerSaves be able to purchase lunch in the I I| place the regular monthly meeting I visited Mrs. Sue Cooper in Jacks I the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on orbefore '' WORLD OF COLOR TV INTO ,
the I U' dn' of :N.i ,
t-: D
that day. ( :
up to SO% in fuel School Cafeteria on I which would ordinarily b ;i sonville last Sunday. lotherwis-e the allegations of said YOUR HOME AT LOW COST j'Black.and.White' Color! 1
.Sieglermotic! Draft ends soot and smoke I Tamil Posterinners held the second Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs Everette Lane o f t'"mplalnt111 be taken as confessed :

.Sclenl-Flootcng super quiet motor mount i Judgs Mrs. Walker Byron, Mrs I The acquisition on pews, and 1 : ft. Petersburg was a wcekccm"f I This by you.notice shall be published I The RCA Victor AUriclt brings you !5/ r .r -'\,
lifetime porcelain enamel finish p: O. Stewait, and )trs. Richard for for the Catechism oncerash tietcable "Liting Coin"! .. ,
directional Floor Heat ,1D. plans a party : ktest an ', FinnicMocxh week for four consecutive quaie indies of ... '
6-woy Tropical time last ur !vs in the Bradford County TeleHUNDREDS I natural! S<* L-i"
had a busy that's real,
children color
Hackman were the main .
topic: l
Coil iron constructionKleenFire .1 Mi end ll- Kth: tn S.ipp .it- glRl'h. picture "II *." !
burner, cleans as it heats ; week selecting the winners in the of discussion. a demonstration of dependable 15>,; Color: ,< '

.Summer cooling at the turn of a twitch ; Carnival Poster contest. Needless! I I The next meeting will be aftei I ,yl 1'\. See how easy it is to tune! Come Bin Color TV reCeiH shes s

I,+ ': to say, they also got a lot of Mass on Nov. 18, and it will be .-: to(1:1): |In /ack, and white' tco "ci

chuckles out of their work for a short one. ,e.tra. Ewe h3' rg 2 sets .n 11Asl
I II II for lI" : IF VHF tuner
/ ;: what cowl be more spontaneous! Xod.,1: On XO1' I
work of a child? InI 1.; about Id. txcWvt RCA VieOf Factory Service; Coflfracl
than the art Nov. 12, Veterans Day, will I
I order to be fair the posters were be a holiday for the children ot 1.

1: all made at school. Numbers ra- Keystone Heights School. "
i mmW1NKLER Mf al OM IMrOfe IO i ther than names, t:'ere used on the IVrvm.iK of details are managed: and economically

I!1 posters, so the judges could bf I Mrs. George Gillson, of WaldenN. attended that only a trained and

more objective. Y. is visiting her &on-m-law careful organization can attend when

; ELECTRIC SERVICE i I In Mrs. Jones room Jackie Fox: I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward -I the urgent need for serving is at erVICeAll

was the winner while Pamela I Thiele who' live on Lakeviev hand
Thompson Julie Walker, and Winston Drive. Mrs. Gillson] expect StII

PHONE 1GG Powell received honorable.1 to remain in Florida for about ;iI [

mention. I month. 1 V/ork Guaranteed -- Free Estimates

231 \. Temple .11 e. Starke Fla | In Miss Mansfield's room, tin e. I| Miss Anna Mc-Cullough is YDeWITT: C. JONES

winning poster was made by Lin I peeled back in Keystone Height I Phone 1 Starke Fla. Fully Equipped --- Dependable

MON BY BACK i jda Forsvthe and honorable mon" I! this weekend after visiting he'I: All Makes and Models
tion was received. bv 1Il:1nl11 r', former home town of Mononga I Funeral Director Ambulance Ser icf'

-- ------ 'I hela, I'a., and also visiting h etC
.., ._'-::"" : ---J: .. -:-", ;., -Ji-- _.=-_ '._ __ _:_,!:: _' .4__ ,-- .' two nieces in Washington, D. I i Our local funeral home enables as to offer convenience an/ SHEPHERDTV
1 Mis.s Ann Shr}ock, and Mrs. Dee;. :i services not otherwlie available.

die Walker. Miss McCullough j ian i ;! .
GRAND OPENING --- SAT. NOV. WTH I' II 1.1 Radio Scat Covers Upholstering
aunt of Mrs. George SchaeffeiMr. : '
and Mrs.[ E. A. Rushtoi, We runuah the highest type service at lowest prices, and Phone 239: Starke, Fla

ONLY spent October 19-21 at Fort Jacsun kIccept,: AV1] life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY
S. C. with their son, Pv t i company, as payment: In pan or in full on a funeral.t. .

Euhe A. Ilushton Jr., prior to PvlI Consultation carrie no oDagauon _
lush ton's leaving for Foit Be I-I I <.' : : '_ ,;i ___ __::4,.=_;.'_ _:-::: =-= --:;

voir, Va., where he will be for th

Discount HouseTHE assignment next two months.at Fort Following Belvoir, Pv hi:r Who. says dream cars never come true ?

Rushton will have completed h I

enlistment, and will be en rout't .
to his home in Keystone Height!s I

RAYMINGTOH COMPANY Mrs. Gladys Bachmann has returned .I.IIf .II I

to her Keystone Height I
131 N. TEMPLE AVE. STAKKE, FLA. home on Little Lake Keystoni e.i t

after spending the summer in S .

Something new has now been added to the city of Starke, Florida, Albans Mr. ,and Vt.,Mrs.her Herbert summer Nelso horn<,n.

'A Discount House where every price is marked down and son, Herbert Jr., have returned i-

Every article's retail price has been reduced to almost wholesale! friends to and Keystone relatives after in Wilming visitin g ,,I

ton Del. They brought with the' '

the Xelson's daughter, Mrs. Edward 1. I .tyr .

$1.00 Down and Only $l.OOA V Week On Your PurchaseYour young W.daughters.Szymanski The ,Szymanskis Mary, and Ann her wi tw anKathleen. )0Idl)

j stay for about a month.

I The ladies of the St. William'sin

Altar Society ask you to keep i,
Credit Is Always Good At The Discount House mind the Bake Sale which the}

are having on Nov. 21. If yo It!
r I j don't want to be disappointet'j

Complete Line of Complete Line ofBoy's Complete Line ofLadies i why not order a cake or pie noI \1.5'

I from Mrs. Bill Siprelle, or Mrs .
& Girl'sWear ''A. L. Danis, who will save it fn>>

Wear Men's Wear | you Call Mrs.I Siprelle at 2071 m iI

Keystone, or Mrs. Danis at Mel- .
r I lose, GR-3-28SO. : Coming Americas firstjproductiondream care,

., The boys: and girls of St. Wi!I-
r .... ... .
: li' ham's Catechism classes will h K -
,..; entertained by the ladies of th r shcmelif
1 i will influence the cars foFyears to
dal 1 j i t l; Altar ,Society on Wednesday aj i come

V }1t ; i r I sl ternoon after classes. It will be

\il., l' a sort of Thanksgiving party. I
,.' tf Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reamer hat
I. (
I .
,_, t
fl J. :....".' ," ..; :, ': returned Blvd.! to, their after,home spending on Lawrence th;; \ The old Detroit rule vas to introduce new features will influence the shape of cars for years to come.

summer, Pa.at their home in Meacville 1gradually, to make little changes each year. Sometimes 1 You'll see a dream car you can own and drive-a

t : \\J John I). M<'E\\rn' a new grille, an engine improvement, or new colors car that has far more than startling years ahead beauty;

It,,1 t: John D. McEwen of Keyston If I Gad'trun.. TIIE BIG )M for '57 boasts dream-car features never
I Heights, aged 77, died in a La ke

For Dress or Work For School ( For Work or )Dress City Hospital on Sunday, Oc'. i We broke that rule. In fact, ve broke all the rules. before found outside a designer's dreambook: a Keyboard

or Play 28, after a lengthy illness. 1 i!,
.1 was a Spanish AmericanVs a I This is djTiamite. Control that makes ordinary push-button

.\ BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ALL r Veteran. uof I r ;For you are not the only one who has dreamed of a driving old-fashioned; an exclusive floating Ride with

YOUR: NEEDS)) IN --- 1 1HOUSEWARE I Wilhamsport)tr. McEwen, Pa.was, and a moved native t 1: I totally modem car, a car that has everything you find a revolutionary new cushioning action you have: to feel

'!I Jacksonville in 1916. He mov<<; : at automobile shows, in illustration[ ?, and in _custom- to believe. There are Mercury "firsts" everywhere you

I'Ito Keystone about a year ag Ie Booster Fan in the Montclair
look A
I ; :'alter building a house here. II : built experimental cargo Engine

{ t 'attended the Keystone Com the t I Detroit has had that dream, too And that'swhy.- the series that saves horsepower other cars waste. And
e COQKWARE/ and was a member of
I I j Shrine, Masons, and Elks. 1957 Mercury i is the car that has honestly excited the many more Mercury exclusive.
v I I
Which Includes The Latftt In .... 1 I!! He>. Louella is survived Rouse by McEwen his widoMi ; 01I \ne w most car-jaded, the most sophisticated of Detroit's You'll see TIlE BIG M-the new Mercury for 1957

I I con, William C. McEwen; tw,'C I automotive expertsWhen ,T -soon. You'll see it. ou'll drive fc The first dream
Automatic Coffee Irons Skillets and
Perculators, Deep Fryers, : \daughters: tics Dorothy Englis ih
: / see the new 1957 Mercury, you'll seeAmerica's car that can be yours The dynamitehjnit3jszj i
I you
Many Other items i"f Jacksonville, and Mrs. M.thnure I Ii < ..I .

i of Jersey Shore, Pa.; .; t first full-produrtinn dream car-a car that from Detroit t to our. dealer's-now! I

Here's The Place And Now Is The Time To Buy Your Christmas :; grandchildren dultl ren. Funeral, and 4 services great-gran we!-d-re4! t i

Gifts |tat Hardage and Sons Chapel
For The Entire Family !
Jacksonville\ at 2 p. m.Vedne I

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Mail This Coupon Today AMreM ____Uh_______________ nty ..hu_ __ ., Irook pruse-size fountain pens in''
J tfl ohadcv( S3.09 at lira '
p.i> Only -
Sale-lad} \\ ill call on jou (Jo I iipojment: ________________________ aUr>- ___ __u_ 1 I I furd Count}" Tt i-legraph. See jt at your MERCURYdealerfs on KOUEMBER 12 th i

!sa\e, gnu a trip into t town Married __ __ Sin;te _______ .\ge ____n__ lh'p. I II

I Lit Tour Property With Me. U"II't nu-> th,- !In., !t'.Ir! 'M-IUII. hit "IHK M: M UJN +tU111 "und,t.\ I \. Uln},'. II 00 to !it H'O. M.itH.nMKi:. ( !Ilund I t, 1
WE EHl'1.1.: OF \\'ifs'\ \anlr __ ____ _____uUUUUUUh i HauBUJIT> \\aitiD; If The PriI ice ti ti i
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IIKADFOUI) l'Il':\1'1't-(redit Krf. _____ ______________________ __ night !

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I Phone 447 Starke Fla. ;
:t3.: X. Walnut Star Court & Jefferson Sts. ,
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) .......................* : I i; the L. M Xor- rizii.ctii. }:Irk. riiin ff. \s 1936.; otherwise the allegations of -; his |I., n rI., ii aJllr," Y 'J 'I the-the r'<"k of tue c ir u"! "' ". ---.- --- -
afternoon. 't n K'K! <- 1:: 1 h. 1', i'ndIt. 'bald Complaint n.,:II 1 t le taken asconfessed at C, .. .,ph"1.
i .. it I"i "t .1' 1 1fcT a'I I R
< i :\: '. "2otiir 1 1\ \n\i.
CLAY HILL 1 Vernon Stalling j i iI I \ 1.. tpprar This i"'f ti!: e' si! .,:.i! I t.. p ,i1 :. .>,. ilnnrf \ : 1 '
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I Too r""l 1 EI.:I r \\1.] 'p- .a.t. ar'k f r t f 'j" n- \ tweeks !: : 'Oln' e.' rjI
:i I Heilbronn: visited :' a.'n. .1''.i! .I.I.I\ : ". I I.I.,'', M, in the\ 1:1'11.1.1: : ,: i' .ii!ty Tr-: l.e n .. 'i'.., .ff A:: '.'., y 1 I T, Y''A'
You are hereby notified that suit ,
I af- a graph.
l" )Ir... J. I. Strickland :, Saturday j 'c'(
y I f. r .t.V .r e I.1, 1 : ; "I I \1., ; ," I
: has been filed against you In the rt t,. ,,i 1.> ,. ',. e t u' ., .. : ,C ,
A1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmil' i | ; Moore of Jaik-I above named Court and cause and (Offli i lal: -fil < 'nr'.s! ,\. herby I
i Clerk "f tLr' CI'ei" I f ,
of \ |
you are required to serve a copy
..r !to illness of your comes' I I, the worshIp sei\- ,your answer or pleading to the', Po)' Marian !>. Crusty I),'pu'x. I'Ir'k
:r', this titlunin. is short this : morning and : mpUiiit Oil the I'L.lIlier'" 11I /% ; : '
| 1 .Al"rn II. <'. Il.il.lwin r. O 15..x''I I ----
-K. lot Gain,;\.itlE<. Florida In (in'nil fear', IEra.lrnr' itninlt,
\t Gun and Bil 1 October: Sarah 1 loridal Iu ( hanrrr..
: two sons.
; i and file the englnal in the office I I >'i:it.l O. N,. h'-\-\ J'I.f'I \ -
md, Stricklan l L i : Floyd Norman 5th: the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dbby. I.irrv lot on .. .
I II ... it:> mire t' Niih h. f .,.i., ii'.
'i .
I I".f. tl, .Ia\] .f t h.rend 1
.1. .
r'l! all of Jacksonville, it- I I 17th: R. C I't-, \.. iii.xv\]

'vr' stntklands last Sunday. : Rosie :Mae 15th ': said 1956.! ;Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken as of Order.\pprar of :ruhilfallun xiatr m .if Florida and Noli T.,':e to / :

'." Patterson filled his apI Ann, 8th. i confessed by >ou. li:< II l' f ;\" .li..:- W h,,s,. .Hl-
This notice shall be published ill, r-s n' l'nkiif u II. i :
I inent with us at the Clay list: RichardIosely once each wok fur four con'ecuttve

0)1)) ( much last Saturday night. Aunt Frances Nor weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph I, You, are, 'required' to appear, on,. I :
"K II 111 1 I" "> .", Ih) .d.\| I
'f'1I i < mgregation was larger ;; -1 Elizabeth Ann I Dated this 26 daof Oitober I Ininieil Court and can.t, wherein .;
.111 Ulltlff sHks d'\I ,
be well !1"-'
nay usual, and the singing was I all will soon ; "
chinch and Sunday (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby Bradford County Telegraph shall :,
.lI'lIod.\ I publish this Order in four
I Clerk of the Circuit Court I
i iI
G-xt Saturday night Xov 10 By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk i I weekly Issues.Witness hand and official! \ I ii i
11 J H ;,1 J J : inv
I U Strickland will be our I .. il at Mukt.. I"i! '11.1. this Jlst

.. ",'MI Of course, he is a new i ,'dab. ..f I.. tiiliei l'i I! :.0. I I II
TO PPKR :\lIl1n: Tn \1'1'1It Ii I
..(fdi,'her in this section not Iiv1111 I '. Bradford luaatr.. la f Inuit (uurt. llrailfuril 4'nun IT. i l (OFFICIAL(-'liar!,.s .1.SHAL"| ,i.t.I \.. iI I

being. a worker here for all 1 j jI I ., ,. 'hanr.r K.iin:if 1 IS I'l.mi. I I i .I't l.inil.i itli i I I.: In i:1e.n.;4 hint"rrr.l'I..IIIff, \ -. I, ,, Clerk! ot the Cir..ut. I'oint! ,I I ) ,i I
j I lr :Mil n I. i 'r.I\| l ht Clerk
and iiuu|
lIK i ; iifie quite a century yet. ;, K/IIa"k, 1.-1 I 1 *.11 11 1" > n. I'. I i. ud.urtutlre I
?i tins time we feel he needs an '.1st. N" 1"- '.11 I ( ',|s. X" Jl IVl 'Chas flu ildutg i: .UPSN Ja"k l un\ille.:04.0j Guaranty Fla. Life ; I II
:, Tn Appear '
on and heat i n .. .XtiH'. i 1..1' 1'1'. n .' 4t II :
J/tl.jlll'llun, so come I K.ZIt.II'k., I a Io.-<> I To |I'a"i ,nn. all i. -.tn.| ,' ?
nis uesstge and then to tell your11t'll'hbor I .1... .." .- 1'Ilkll"un. : intl .iiblrf-s. ,I': 1 1'lIh"\\1I. Mini Tu,PPIan I i
I kii'Wii. ,niduswas! : You are hereby notified that a suit
heard ID (In'ult ( .ur.. Ilradford :
r what have Csunty.
you .
Su..1.Ja.k-.n'II.! for dauriehas
luriila. : In 4 hnnrrr.
sonI! cannot do better this 1 been filed against you in theabove Too Elo: .PI..r: "Kt ;Th""a'i whoseM )
..i>K Weakness mteifeies with by notified that a named (Court and cause and I sult-ll.. a.d. I addl... ;" 111'I 1 s..t.di I
I you are required to serve a of \ ..,
copy I 1..1.\! ; .11. n o Ml l l r i nh '
i Lut we hope to do better 1 against y \ in the .
ituijs # your an".r..r pleading' to the r i'. \.. 1 II"! < 7''l
and cause and tetapl i \ .tdt on tl f. PI.I i ,nti'l .\MI."n.r' Notice\ Tn .AppearsI '
ncme! d to serve a copy of .Inli..i.I \\ .u n. _''i' 'I i[ "i I. ]1:01":: '1'I "I'I." .w, i U. 11 t u !1. -.. t .i.j .", '
I pleading to the .1... k ',,1, '. .1 I:, _. i.' : I ..I ..,1./ I" ... l j' 1 11' s |II ;LI"i } [

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfSTATE : /{Plaintiff/{'"'. 7 U, Attorney I...11,1 ll,. and filt the or'K'' ,11.1! In t'if ".ff.," \ \ : i i., '..
I !:. .I.I i. Kin ill Mi t of the l'Io'rh lor the re'i' v t i I'. .ill t (.ni >'''a i arc h,.rtbnotified.. that aALVAREZ'
i I J. : 1 '
in the office ,
FARM the Circuit Court on
: ; \ ,,\.nil.ir, 1'iji;; I
Ij Janet Turner .. of said I n's Clothin -- ,

Phone 135JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA; I taken as confesi-':' 1'1: STORE Establish d 1 S91 t II1I I ; '

be published 1
for four' consecutive ? L WORlD'S FASTEST COOKING
\i \nnie II Norman
l ) I :! 'I .1.1)I ?I( Xu" < u. .
,,01':1' ,:i Bruce. were weekend : :; ;

,it's "I i her other and sisterw 1 .) Charles A. Darby WE CONTRACT FOR .. :
the Circuit Court
I ., Mi and Mrs. H. M. Ri- >br. Deputy Clerk
.11.1' :i I"i .''. II: I PI! : ALL TYPES OF BUILDING

(I' i ,i-iiil- of Mis A. 1}. Rruner [i I Ii ',." of Ilif. I:itjilh BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL)
bt- interested to know that IIr liirnl.1. III and -u'
a11.i i[ REPAIRS
m rvtumed\ home last Saturday .
.. ..m .1 month's confinement in the :I :\ I h..!11 I. I'I.ntff, \ FREE ESTIMATES -
I I !. I'rhnda11t
I tki Butler Hospital. ,
I (1.\ o I > '
Mis J. C. Wallace and Mrs nf "uili ti e -. Sen I| I
i ( .. in: :
l u Caldwell spent last Thurs- I I \: Hi"In.II\ ; % many fools in $second New mode!
Ut\; shopping in Jacksonville I i! : -. "
Mi and M 1'5. 11. E. Hossiter and I : + : ; h, South. ('.11 <.1 1u..t" Phone 297-J Starke, Fla. ranges pith super speed surface tnits: now
.... % .
I \ notified ,1..11' Route 2 Box 213; DThat's
dauslit'-i of Jacksonville were I .. his filril a 'iiit" i tool filter than other methods. Its no longer
.. (' 'nit Court t I. .. ,
\eekend i guests of her parents : in -
I Judicial Ciiiiul dl. -F > a contest!! Electric cooling is foster, as veil .
:Mi! and Mis L.. Durden. Couiuj, KI..i.li ,
Mis. Owen House and suit is dnlol.. i ,'. _
the weekend in i iThomasvlIle. : I required In I 111. Our BusinessIf '
fanuh spent past '
.th'r pleading iiitli '
Ga. with his mother I I i i! ahu\e named < ',,u' I s s : seour dealer! start today ti>
II |>\. of Y"lIr11'\\ It's Glass We Have It i e
I I" ;: up.m I'lnnt\ I : i LIVE BETTER ELECTRICAU
names and .uMi, I CALL: WRITE or VISIT : )
I I or before1t'. ILO i i,> r I ..

FRIGIDAIRETHE 'I l'i l'iI |;: :; "default"!)fall will not.bi. i""I..t.i I I Joe Peters Glass Co. ae 3.t Here's men. .. xV ,; I.. |1..1'. prt.'uit dt.inL.

(I d
11ARKET'i hand and ... : ranges i is adc'luJtc /lur electronn., cooking/:, too!
BESTKNOWNNAME ,' : *-, Itradfoi.l .. i r I FOR ANY GLASS NEED ...
': :!-'nd dar. ot "" I.! "r Nothing measures up to MOOJUN ELECTRIC COOKING!
IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION :; i We Design Modern Store Fronts .

(: .) Just Mail Us A Pattern for -

RANGES DAUPT.Florida.Court of 1,1: I Table Tops ':: :s" FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 'tit!t..l

WATER HEATERS I Deputy Clerk 1313 N.W. Jth I'l. Gainesville, Fla.! Phone FR. 2. 353 .
I 21J:! $.E. Fii .t -i .
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WASHERS & DRYERS u' : 1(1'to( :! 4t 11 1'. .
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: .14' \IIO\ lull _.
Get The Rest For Less C. IIIIU: : 7 i1 /
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AtSmithyiarafie I b\ HIM n. tli ,it' r -r 4
I I the liolilt "I tli
If .. .ttts" h.i* ft.il: J .
I for iL tax) .1..1.! I.. -
b I The certificate i _
of issuani r. th
;;; | ,' property and II
I _. I
We Sl'nlceU Makes of ; ; -It it was t- e
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liTtriral: Appliances 10. .J1 rilL
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>OG X. Temple Ate. I IiI -
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: I 'i I i'ouu of I.i"'te\ I I -
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FRIGIDAIRESales: : -r j i; 2; .
and Service I ( ; } ,i--. ",..1) : i;..n. F.I ,. ". --
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l'1I0,;E 120 I pi..prrty 1 bring ; v -
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\ I I I red "t'nit d ace',iillit
:..t.': liri'j.:. _,, .-. : .. ,K: : : t I i 1 1 I"'I..rty drsrl.lud -;." i 11 tkTt l t a S
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bidder ? .
!I : I I tJ" tttghrst; .
,i :i ( 'i-"' door on th.. f
\WE i i 'I in"!nib! ..f ]>ei'ein- I'S-
I ; ethe' ;3 dauf'
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; : dry of (','lul. : I ; I I II

; :: i ..!' A. Darby
1 Court of Pi, ',,1-.t1 I, M
t I Florida.
11 JIt! II w.

I Jailer ('....rt la
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I .( iht stu.[ ;' '--. .. "
HIGHEST I I / flvnas.,1 .11. ,N'-''" .
i and rt.iiii.l.1I .- ." "',
I or. demands; u h.. i u .. II! '
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against is. \
.,.f of the i ....iinni .. -
County, Flor- .. .. 'I Itl ) .
I'i| at Starke 'II'I'i' :
eight talemiai
PAID 'r date t.f the first I' -

: notiie Each
must .be in writ- U.1
i tte the place of n Mil''!JI I ttr1X3N.t.tY! pryrvrvy .,.nyw__
.." addres ., ._ '; ;' ,
and must be .
6 DAYS .> i-laim:int. hi- iTr
:: .. "\, or. it will
1 to law. New DODGE
;; :.
I' i Administrator (

AT I .f Jacob Each: Jr. I,

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STATE powe'Gan
llrndfuril County,
...-. .. 3e' ; -.

Come see and drive the only trucks with all.new V-8 power, advanced Forward Look
J. R. Wainwrighl\ !

styling, new comfort cabs, and exclusive pus .bJtt: :):, a J : 3 -tJi:: : transmission: \ ii -

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PHONE 179 -- ; .

LL COLDS. Now! IXuke !cadthe A-prn.eU three in 4. You get TOP ECONOMY! \dusi.c i .
allfiie measure of value! sler-cngmeered, airlinertype8 _

IN LESS TIME engines give you a mileage bonus from % k
> 1. You get MORE POWER! From 0 L-hp.
-: .. : -. : =- _.; ::.. ; : : :,:' '- 1 1
-< -- ---- pick-ups to 232-hp. tandems, Dodge V-8 eery gallon, full power on regular gas. !

Pi>*er Giants lead in haul-ability.! 5. YOJ enjoy EASIER DRIVING! Only! --

"HANDY 2. You haul BIGGER LOADS! Dodge Dodge gixes you push-button automatic -

8 !* And the ind.-tr', 1 -
shifting' sharpest 1
OIILEDGAS SERVICE S E Pinur Giants I lead in pa load capacities.From '
FLAME" \\I'rJ. fj g
turning saves in threading through =
4,250 Ibs. G.V.\\ \to 65,000 lbo;. ;
Cit} streets. .
G.C.new Poer (
,1..11/1\ carr more
5itI95"S _
profitable load,. most t t" : :

COMMERCIAL HOME OR and 6"-at \r> p. ", ; .1. '
.1a' ." .r ,i.,' Exclusive Push-button Exclusive Full-opening
No other truck; can touch these big neA Transmission-First I in i Hood-TAD position alligator

IS BEFOUl: YOU BUY Dodge \-8 Poker Giants for the step- any truck! Shifting is entirel/ food opens to a full 90 for

DODGE: TRUCKS automatic Just push: a button complete entire Servian?, cr
DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS. $89.95 cut-front zip you need to cut trip timer and go'' Trouble free. Saves half-*3y for rou'ire' oil and

keep up with car tratl .. WITH THE FORWARD LOOM -, time manes dnvrg eaSier.* water es


I 1; HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY Hardy Brothers Motor Company

I: 21S Temple Ate. Phone 43

Lowest Prices Easiest t Terms
636 .North Tl'mplerenue Phone 69 Starke Florida


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.''i a in. c....... .-.1, Uioae oi preschool Slades i were Mr. and Mrs. Free |I --- --
I To: Victor WHIN, those U>.<] ,.'rand I
age and! their parents Hall of Gainesville and Mr. and address i i': frik-i., .. *..

HAMPTON! W dni" iliv;, aitciniHin. Oct. 31. t Mrs I'.nil Greene of \Vest I'.ilm .Y'I arc jn-r.-i.y n. t f.> 4\ tha' i .
f .i ., .
t r '''I"II ral
> !u.! I p f. in: me .school audi1 B"tt n. r iultir., 'i ha< .r' .

1 I I I Cikc .,r.i,| i ikies were .I.-! .,' .
.u 111 n.
Mrs. M- rid! MK. 110alii '
By I) E. Hill Jonrut -
,.! u!I';. I I" thf parentand: I II 1 'II:J' 3r"l call'-O. u'.ii .X i *>. ; .
Cot -.ont| Satujii.iy! :m,1"n,l : II I ... i .il, tl', sec II"a''I'iX I f S' .- .,
&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAihri.tian t.r: .-i hnnl, ; un.-lird: !: uips of iifcieam. II I Hi- ,
day J in H.uiiptunith hs: parents: or pleading to mi'Ia.r.t -.
I[ I'f's: Attnrn-x r" I K I'.
( Mr. ana Mis.Vill.ini M Jon.Mi. .- .
Church > I I"'I' .in. Slarkp Fir i.i .! .
I'astor I..ikn.t'illaud 1'TA sdieduled! for Tuesday and M ts. Maivm Fade anildauphins .n ;:, KII: al 1 II. II h.- ..t: : ,
this week, was postponed becauseof th C'lr.1I11 (".Ult i.- -
left Monday for Rome. .
\ M. Jones I"t ltlh! day sf Nt: n'.1",
pastor of its being election day. Ga. where Mrs. Fail Ih..r" i,1' .
I was to vi-.i I I'' the all b.I' < :.' ::: -
H Christian Church has .
imnton ,
"lIIloIa'ut will ind .
t.d h;
Mr. Mrs. \Vilhan. Fowler with her while Mr. o'
and I parents Fail.) .
:I'-iitjiied. his ministry here, ef- I : by you. crack
won't ,
arid children spent last weekend attended a Bible conference ir 'Th" ni.iu-f shall I.- p| "; /
'.,' ti\i-' :>: 2:; and I .. .
< ov. guest speakers I 0u .a5hweek fi.r ',. .
ur' .1:" chip or -
with her parents in Hampton: Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss Marth-i ( Nt lDb peel
h.tve been at services at the .ts xxik in the liradfciil ('s nr.t.! T- tl
I / 'I
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams. Carol lane who has been staying/ j I sraph. t to ...,. ,
chin h for the last two Sundays : Paled this P Q fs
IGth i.ixuf. o
A-3c: James Home arrived with the Kailes. spent this wed ( ; 1MStit. KE
.1/ ik- Thlmas of Like Butler I
visiting in Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. iUttl4'I <
the home ia Hampton on furlough tOFFICI.trSEAL) (lsbe Eo Hples
:puke .t! evening service last t
and Mrs. Arnold Iladdoi K Charles \ Parky.Clerk 'eMJ1 SARIS _
:Shiulav. and will be here for thefn.iijj Friday night last week and is of the Circuit r.--t t ta a

\ service next Sunday Nov. spending this week with his par I spent Thursday and Friday lat t Iy: M.iri..ii I. Crock I'riui'K| I N t 0r
[ wel'k1silin relatives in' 10 !9' < "
: Jack f t Ji '
11 1 The pastor spoke for Sunday ents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Horne MrsBetty !,; !sonviile.Mr. I ( II"i': : ; : s ('p1; ] Donald C. j I I 1 Transparent Plastic StetP
Mr. and Mrs. Home James
iniiinintf !services last Sunday. and Mrs. David Brown am'j Knhir' (r :S Marine Corps left !I M> 111 II'I'la: : II l

'itnl 1 will also: be present for serv- May and daughter drove t. i chlllJ'hlt.f'S't'rl' Norfolk: V.i aboard the heavy j jcuiser In /'in-uit'uurt.. llrnilfurj. CounlT, |'!

.. <', next Sunday mornin Mari- Tampa Sunday to visit with Mr j i weekend visitors |I' I'l..r Ida: In 4 hnnrerr.. i' STORM WINDOW KIT l lheesr
I'SS Macon to the .. '
Williams 1 in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs join j 1.I r. 'I. ., 1.1 III... Turk. Plain' :if f, \ i
and Mrs. It. son
.n'agner of McIntosh was ana Sixth Fleet ".- th .1
'Emory Spaikman and in the Mediterranean I u't: Tut k. l' nd.tnt. .
Kurt speaker at both services on1' Enroute home they visited the family. \olire 'In ..tppsarI eltre a Y. 'Ii' w n u.r' "r ,_J '. )waru
Mr. and Mrs. Sea. Duringthis cries he has j i .,,, I .
Sunday, Ot t. 23. O. D. Gays in Dunnellon.Mr. | Avow Slade and I r. X? 1'\ II' I. :0- .. '. e 'k' J. .
visited .. ,
Naples Rome and Genoa T-- -.n'.11I .1'1tltI. 10. '
hildren s. -
spent Sunday in Mlaxvillewith ;1.1. ,, wt tX : ,lag .,a, w -a: a,
171 v-c Kip Vaninkl..- .. and Mrs. Claude May andMrs. Mrs. Blade's Italy and later spent a week in i I." : u.t ad.t5. i r 1:.1, lures ,1 .nil
I parents P.tt'.n Ki.nge: I'arnsh Jail Ta'. ni'iife.
At 1 Hampton SrlmolApproximately May Sweeney of Gainesville I and Mrs.; C. M. Greene Mr. and Istanbul. Turkey. Last summer I I 1: I-!.

50 visitors ant and Mrs. .lanie" Cox visited' Mrs Greene Mr. Cpl. Richie visited You are her.! I l.y ni.tifi'rt: thai, i ..
( aDd Mrs. Joe for .
I divorce has lie. n fil: d c.!
l4 school children were present Sunday in Chattahoochee with' j Lucas and family of Maxville i iI Sweden and Cuba GermanY'j you, in the above named I'oust,, .. .1! TOt CAN EXCLOSt AN ENtIIfr01eN

:it Hampton Elementary School Marion Gnann and with Mrs were to be dinner guests of the "Middle Cruise." He is ( .iiise and you are !'t'I"'r..t| 1 T .I'N, CI'SIAl COAL FlIX-T G.A',

last week for the presentation of Cox's brother. Charlie Phillips. I Skides in Hampton on Thursday j 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. W_ t.a.ropy the inpluint of your aiiMM-i(.11. th-"r pl.i.ir 1'.1,, !. .- X "' ,'B '''AN '''1 co,' 4I

Kip Van Winkle." and Hallo Mr. and Mis. Veinon Slade night;; this week honoring MrJiecne's I 2. Starke. Allornw J..hn J. < '1'0'u -.1 : r .e )

'.\<"en parties in the classroom; .Ii. of Uynne spent last weekem' ( : b lthday.L. ____ I file lot I: the-..I. oriKinal Mas.'I" nut.in' the I'I.ndt! i.tln!! I "'rf"" \ )

which followed. in Hampton VMth the CernorSind the <'...rk of the Ciriii r I'l.ii't,
Bradley Jr.. infant son ofMi Electrician's Mate Freddy .. .. .
Refreshments of thi C'I or J li for the U'lh day.f. :X s. '
served! \i-itms
were t. Sl.iili- iv : .,n,1 Mrs. L. P. Bradley, has ; Johns son of M. L. Johns iP'.'.I. otherwise the all. IC.IIK.H-, '

-- !teen! in Bradford! County Hospital'I'.i I I Starke. will return Norfolk, Va. ,cud-onl'e--ed Comnuint l sill |Ii !..iKi.i. .<
>y )'tu
-"'------ --=- ---- I .seveial days this week for ,,It sI on No17 aboard the radar The notice.h.il; fl! !I... i.ul.-s., : .:" .1s |

t HIitnicnt.t '.i .* each week for fi-.ir i rr. 1 x.e.k .
picket destroyer USS Furse. The
in the lradf: ,"nl t i'i'ii.-\ 1'-;
NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIREDA ship has been in the Mediterranean ..raph.Kited. j.
Mil II i: Hi 4 111:11111111": ,
since June with this 17th il.iv: i f i'
lu'Ibr Ciiurl t>l' the 1'rnnlr JuJxr.llrnillnril operating I :'>:.i: i I 6
4',mnl>. 'lnriili. the 6th Fleet. uKKI-'I' SKAI.

CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOYAN i In I't rnib.tlr."it. ,.f i: I u: < -, -I.\ ; .. -- J[i Il.titt.! I'lelk\ l ia.y..f !.!I.,. ( '. isviz

'!'.. ill" 1'rrdiiur.ngl. t'rnan. lla.- PtV Lyie H. Buck son of Mr. '''By Marian L. Crosby lieputy| ". 1 cr'r.. : .

inu. i laiiu <*r 110'.1.] \cainolalil > ; anti M t's. L. II. Buck of the State I I' ; J.11111'

EXTRA ROOM. CARPORT NEW llA TII. Including .. llMalr: : Farm, recently raduated from the; I

Fixtures. NEW ROOF SEPTIC TANK. TANK & ; 1. i 1.i ..I a"I.1 ,and 1 .u iriiiinil-h| nf yon
WATER SYSTEM ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING i '. .mil dem.uuln 'hrh yxti. or Officer Academy in Korea. As- Uviiil.t; In ( liancrt;. ?

MATERIALS I !,' i "f > Hi, may li.ivi-. .ntiM thei' signed to Co. M of the 24th I i Mat Plaintiff] guCL, Fraust's $ iiifian, G O' r COSTLY
AND llo.-.n
LABOR I: I K: t'i..b! > ill 'iMcil.IM vs. Anthony '" SH.francit'co I ASS' TN !
I" Division's 21st Inf. he Defendant. :;
Reg. -
i -" | s "11110. ti tin ''Ilhty .. THAN
Case Nor 10-l',0pire tM.I narc fora 'Au o'ut :.. itu s ;; Just Cut. And Tack On
Bradford County. .
instruction in of
Call Us A Card No Obligation .
or Drop --- 1 K.,. .' .tl! hut"fr..t in thf"nit j > In liirarTo
"I luiiie of sail County .t units map reading and other military : Anthony. Ilosario S.mfrantilt.! > W 'O GLASS | so EASY TO 00 So 'EXPI..SI E. TtJO' GLASS
i St.nkr, Florida within eight cal- subjects.Sgt. whose, residence and address j i.-. YR

36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS rul.-ir mouths from the time of the I'' $300.00 S10.Sg fn-i (It 1'iililiratioii this Motive. Each R p 1
I' .
'lain' i.r demand shall he in writ- Howard M. Muttson' ofMr. !' You aie In r'-l'.v" notified that a 'II' ,
and shall ofr. ,for ili\one liabeen fil: it aKaiii" SCREEN :! j.-0J k:1
I inn : state the place and Mrs. H. II. Mott of'' L"1;
M'ii in the above named Court and
'"J.! ire and post office address of '' !.. Vitamin I 0
36 MONTHLY\ PAYMENTS il,- claimant! and shall be sxvoin to' Brooker. recently completed the !cauve" and you, are required to sent' TOUGH nAUK OVII a r( MESH-War Vto n ) 000 c..Gl wN.
': a: iipy of your answer pleading, d r0I tcw ? rytnl AND HC Sa51
$600 $21.17FREE l-\ the claimant his agent or at- radio teletype operation course at ; or All W WIDE aN. .ea 'OI'0: ; ; ''HEALTH GIVING'
torncy, and any such claim or de- I to[ the complaint! on the Plaintiffs sto. wIG0w5 "OC>C" Utl.A V'OU'I..n.
the Southeastern \tt'irn Alfred C. Scott 301 Smith .
in.i ml not so filed shall be Void. Army's Signal _
I I'I'll I i 1(1 iiiK., Jacksonville 2, Florida
:Siu: in-ill I.in tan: < n11111 i'. ;School. Fort Gordon. Ga. The 15- ONI
Estimate and Information ..Hlii.imstiali'r, nf the K-tit: nil file the original in the office of t 2 YEARS ; fleiibleShatterpiool
: ..] I: I K I'r..>l h y. il.ii-.i-.l week course trained him to operate -, I the Cleik of the circuit '"urt "n"i GUARANTEED s o.GLASS
\ .. .',, I before the 19th! day of Xoxemlnr ,>hd
I- I'ulhau., n t. '-'. II': : i radio transmitting and receiving stelslelfkr4G+ss spw'e EX'
112: 4t ll'23NOTH I 1534,I !; otherwise the all'-Kat 'ion- "f ;, d Genuu.ecry aewuot WhltbaGS' lasts for Yearsj.
AM:\ to I ( sets in combination with I said '''''''I"llIt will be tak' n. a' to two hill curs or tow ma el paly Sf No '
Hrs. ;:30 In
: the td'M Wups fI
fa' S
1001 The
We Give i oiifos.sed by you. 1mWwnr. rou EdG
i: 10 ATIT. lit 1 teletypewriter equipment.) Sgt. I a 0s- Sue
thru Fri. This nnttrsshall I be prolacon I 1
5:30 P.M. Mon. 'I. rirrnll Court, lirailfurd Coonl 11011'1".1" Ilon/tlu/dyeto o 4 jesS IandtI
.. .. Mott entered the Armv in April nine each week for four (
conn cutixiv 0
Florida: In I baD.-
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Close Noon Sat. I 6a05.Chu+ r r E X .
a .1., !l.n' I K.: :.Murphy.( I'laintiff., v. Por- 1956:: and received basic training "' ks in the Bradford Coiint T.1!10 I WARP 4N1f 11 ft, }'
: A :Murphy, 1tfendaHt. uraph. aid I11I1 111111
r.f ,I.t\ 'at Ft Jackson, S. C. He was Dated this 16th day of (., t t., }VI /
GREEN CasiN.I., JO-1S4;
the South-556.! too'I I
\..cl. Tn *|iir.t formeily employed by '
I '
f '1'"' I. ', ?'hy .\. :lI'"phy.lh' ,,>e I(ein Bell Telephone Co. in West (OFFICIAL Charles A. SEAL Darby
s il- nn- and,. ailil'4: 0 I
STAMPS Beach. ('Io'lk..f the (' uit i-.u '
Palm I' ii i :
iJml/ 'I"i I. Jal'k.u IleIgI"t.. Long f
,,,J I 'Mn.il: Sew York.ou I I'y :Marion, L. Ciusby. Deputv' Ci. iK .
.. 10. I 1J 4t 1 ll! :9 .
\ are h moy notineo that a nip parh week fur four c..n et'u-I
: f' r divorce lye week in the Bradford .
has been filed MKain.ii you in th_ iin.xe named Court md tsIIusanti tlli;" 1' ,1.1of 11.1. If'Titi.OFFICIAL J
FOR: CASH SALES ONLY I /ou are required tervi" a copy of iynr SK.U.I fharies A. arby
,, answer or pleailiner to the complaint Clerk of the Circuit Court >. .
\ nn the Plaintiffs Attorney I Ity :Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk l :
'I'1'f ii.\k Lam!' ':1"., I'. It i 1'c: 10. 12 4t 1..2: .,.... 2 I }. : '
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES '.1'! ; S'Tk.ii'i.in.ii) --y. ,
: and file tlie 01'1't'. nrrt'e" oi \OIMI: .1'1'1II .
1 I 1 lie S t'leiU l "f the (hr, ml Court nn ot II' |In irrult Court. Bradford County, I ....---. i .
i '? 1. tin-] I .' .1." ..! -;.n I'l'.i':. riurliln In Chnurrry.Hi' \ "
PHONE[ 333 or 43:> I ,tNtl: is h. the alleifatlonof .-!i'tJ I I ...! i \nii", \\ :ill"-. H.iintiff. is --
:: ,,,iMiiMit, nlll be taken. as confess,1 \ ; \\ 'J.! !P. feinlint. I lOA <
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Tinr t !nt -h dl! n- pj'.l'-lnd,!: \ 'In \ |iitarccr I I I1

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St. Edward's ChurchSunday YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYY1NEWS P : ......... -n.rnryr.vaBROKER ,,i I-v.t Hirrt-il and Yvonne'Han ell list I I

l t Mass at 9.IS a m. OF INTEREST TO COLORED '.u :,> \Vesting Mrs Klone Hamin !- Mr and Mrs. act I"I.-:, .ant i !

Holy day masses, I 6:JO a. m. am OF ', in Bridenton: and\11: and !..nnv' Wl're'IS.'".'_' ."' 'tI'l.ctd! : !
COUNTYBy I M-s. of
H..rry'art' St. IVetsbu
5 'in: (I a mrhildiens K:: O/ora J. Shell : jj;: last weekend
Catechism: Class eacl i .. By IN. t;. H. fallirtlxla.v ,t1t'Dr son accompanied them) M r.c" fr
...... ........J ,I Mr*. Vera Collins and children a visitotire'.
Wednesday at : p. m.
liilV' 1'llsll ;; AAAA.&A.&AAAVAailauaa., cl Fairbanks are visiting Mrs
SCOUts VoteTroop ppiiiuti-.r:
night: in honor 01 r \ :
Key stone Height
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I At St. William's Chapel) 71 of BoSi'out> 01: Pastor I> w Demps, teacher= .. I'.irtj I' GainevMr '. The regal;: : I a! r 'ntti.; :' ,M:u----.

: America: under the abe! leadership and viMtmg laymen Mrs I. c Irs. Howard Norton entertains and Mrs R. K. Dukes of and .,' tlc
At The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church : I Follow Hiway 21 south to St pin :ioiSi nue'.rv:
j i William's Sign.) : of Scoutmaster Booker T Jelsun and F. S. Pierce111 be i ,(j for her daughter. Betty Sue. Lake Butler were \isitmg Mr Biooker Baptist \\Mt '.' !'i i b,'

I j i! Marshall led the "Get out the charge of the Don' Monday and Mrs. T.V.. Markey Sunday. held X ,,, :
Tilt >"-iV.. t ,I' tlii I i.;'"p"t F. .+r.s .\<|1" .' I r'I '": pi I' 1 Sunday Mass % a.n, program. who t I was five Years old Tuesday nigh) : i a
| 'ute"campaign on electron dav miss:! this rare treat. Mrs j Weare happy to have
:I. I M E Ott. 29. Several games were played move tee churchKVNK.
Tabein.ii! tlw.ItuB! "I 1 ,nfiest I ;:30
in < day masses a. m. Starke. Roberts I into
in The following boys reporter! our community Mr and MisI.
by the 14 small who
SundrfN,' SthiHil 9 45; an. Itlr n I Confessions before all MassesSEVFTI1 ( :guests
l and varietyand Sunday : then Junior Musicians .. L. Clemons
used bicycles and signs Meet: t :'Attended. Mr Klienmman baked from Lake Butler.
"A Test.
Worship. FourVay HOllim))
was no exception Besides the mg 11 a.m. Every member Canvas i I IVADEXTIvr i I and every type of device and The Junior Musicians helc:"' :i lovely birthday cake .and assist- They hate built a house here

sermon and congregational singing will begin at this service. Vout! I made a house to house visit in their regular meeting on Thursday ..1 I led Mrs Norton in s- --ving'Itiiiuker }fr. and Mrs. Claude Prescott The FIoi! tii B ink IIf Marko!

: there were acknowledgements Fellowship, 6 m. EvenmgVor CIUKCII the interest of votes: Chester I at the home of their advisor Baptist His.orv.' and family and Mr and Mrs will I tv tlosgi, :\1':1.1,1.X.. .'v 1_.
p. Services each Sabbath In the Crutn, RIchard :'Neil Isom Parks Supervisor Shell President ,
'If visitors, testimonials and spe- ship Service, ",A Look at Ourselves Char The adult class of the Brooker Lloyd Padgett and family have in observance or Veer:- I avwhiih
home of S. N Brown across from Silas Suggs. Willie Hampton \Vilie les Covington and the committee' ;' .
those ,
< al music. Among taking; and Others," third ofsl'ries ; i Baptist Training Union Class is I moved to Starke ft"i"! Si.-ii\: .1 i:' i : .i
pall Sunday were two visitors Bethel Baptist Church east of : Houston. Milton Ellerson made plans to take charge ol f I I lea! hohiln l i': F.n.! -.1
of four studies in "Bngh seeking to find out the history I Several friends of :Mrs C B.
from Asheville! N C., one from Starke Sabbath School 2 p. m George. Earley, John Hall. Lon- Open House that was held on I
Future,"' home mission book fOI I lof the Church here. A Committee Stallings met at her home :Monday -
Waycross. Ga. and three from St Bible Study each Wednesday nie Coleman Leslie G. Green Joe Wednesday from 6 to S p m. at I f.
1936: of the following was appointed night to make a quilt
7:30: m.-Arden Mote, pastor Louis Williams close Mitchell the same residE'nce'illetta Wv. j I top.
Augustine p.
I I Sun<1ay night: Truby Pmholster Hear they had
a time.
I Wednesday -- Prayer Meeting Eddie D :Neil Ralph Williams Jr singer reporter.hurtti GAY'SHome
,JY p.m. Circle One will meet wit! CHURCH Ot CHRIST AI DeSue. John N. Nathaniel Eugene (' \ "vvs |i Tom Stewart, Rev C. B. Stallings. .I Mrs Mattie Barry is \isit.ng

St. Mark's Episcopal (| Mrs John W. Caldwell as hostes C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister Smith. James DeSue. Dan I First Born Church. I eF.. Mrs Wilson Green. Mrs. Howard I Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Ices and AppliancesYour
II Douglas, and Mrs Mandy Lewis. family m Haines
liv. Raymond E. MatUIaln !lat & pm., with place to be an Bible Study 10 a. m Fleming, John Givens, Willie Kelly Howard pastor, was at his post City.
one having information Mr. and Mrs R. G. of
any any Crosby
flounced later.Thursday iof
Clarence Covmgton. Charles duty last Sunday.o'ine serv- I I '
I Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening to this matter Fairbanks Friendly
Services at st. Mark's Episcopal Junior Choir piac Covmgton ice was held throughout the day pertaining please were visiting Mr and
Worship 7:30: p. m. (i contact of the Mrs E.
B .
one people.
Church will be as follows: The CrosbSunday
tree, 3:30: p.m.A William Reddish Johnny Jack evening sermon was delivered Norge Dealer
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church all Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 : by Elder Brown. The First An- ; Mr and Mis Ralph Nettles Bill Hint on and baby daughterof
cordial welcome awaits son Devan Easle). Bobby Hamilton I
School and Adult Class; 11am. IF. m. were in Jacksonville Tuesday on Bedford. Ohio are visiting Mr
who would worship and serve Robert Nathaniel John niversary of the church started NO.KGE .\rJ> .\ :
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 with i Radio program, "Old Paths"each I on Sunday XO.t.. Outstanding j business and :Mrs Earl Green and family I
us. Diggs. James Diggs. Levi Dexter -
p.m. Y. P. S. L. i Sunday 9am. Station Frank Bennett Johnnie Pitt- 'speakers will be presented each Weekend guests of Mr and and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Edwards i' :\1.\l'T.\G \\\-IIEr.!' :
Wednesday: 7:3a pm. Litany I WD'H.I Mrs C. S. Kelley were Mr and and family last weekend '
I NEW RIVERBA1ThT man. Paul Mitchell and Clifford night. On Friday, Xo23.. Bi- ,
and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir I I CH'RCIISunday I Houston. The Scouts meet Wed- shop R. F. Coleman will be in ; Mrs. Arthur Kelley of Ft. Walton Mr and Ms Earl Green and COLEMAN HETEKS and
Practice. I IIIGIIW.CHAPEl.. charge of the {!and Mr and Mrs Paul Harnroni family Were \'is.tmg11'. and Mrs 11.00K KNACKS:
sen ice
nesday of each week at RJE Bishop
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship I Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Church Coleman is a forceful speaker !i Jacksonv ille. Bobby Hinton in Gainesville Sunday :
Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv i services, 11 high school. I : Laveine the weekend I We Service All MakesOf
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. a. m.; Evangelistic from Tampa. Come out and heal Djal spent -

awaits everyone. ice, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each services 730 p. m.; Thursday, Call Meeting for Auxiliary' I him. Elder Howard, pastor: W I with Mack McDavid in The Dedan Baptist Church en- Appliances

i Wednesday, 7-:30: p. m. Everyone young people's meeting, 7:30: p. The American Legion Auxiliaryof Strong, reporter. (Gainesville. joyed a basket dinner at the '

CHUKCII OF CHK1.VT6S5 I welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor. m. Post 314 will have an important I Mr and Mrs. Ovid Gano and church Sunday as this was the: Phone 10

MacMahan StC' I meeting on Friday night i I Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ihildren of Swan Lake were Sunday close of a one-week revival I Rev.l

I.. Oerturf Jr., Minister NORTH SIDE CHURCH OF GOD in room 9 of RJE at 8 p. m. All i Church, Rev L. McKay pastor. i( guests of Mr and Mrs R. Lacy Conway was the evange Starke, Florid.iHete
I ![ held regular services all day Sunday -
Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.i i BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning members are asked to attend. I IF. Gano.

11'or 11 Schoo!, 10 a. m. Morning 11 Persons wishing to join are alsc I starting with Sunday School Green and
Morning +hip a.m. Evening Sunday Worship, a. m. Sunday Mr and Mis I 11 H .
Worship 6:30: p.m. I I Worship, 11 a. m. Tiainmg Evening Service! 7:45 p. m. YPE invited President Pauline Marshall led bv sister Gladys Blve FWBSwas children were visiting Mrs Eula :
held at 3:45: service at 7 !
Wednesday Bible study 7::30: Union, 6:30 p. m Evening'or- Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. has a message of interest Green and Mrs Maude Johns in'I your

pm. I! ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Pi..yer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. to you' so please come out Mrs p. m.of his RelcArthur soul. Our annual preachedout conference ;: Lake Butler last week 'I IMr

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone ; LAWITY Coi ean McNeil, reporter. and Mis John Beiling of
c welcome. E. C Harvey, pastor School 10 Morn Cart of Thanks! will start Wednesdaynight I
:, Sunday a. m. were dinner guests
N'ov 7. at 7:30 p m We Worthington I
Mr. and Mrs Albert and
Worship, Ham. YPE Service Tyson I Run-ell Green
I ing ( lof Mi and Mrs ;
to make this the
plan : greatest !
IIKHJIKONX: :MISSIONARY 7:30 family wish to express their deep WINNER
I Saturday, : p. m. conference in the history of the ( and family Friday night'Intermediate ,
their friends
UUTIST CHURCH I II appreciation to many
I II I hutch The meeting closed on : l>,X's Meet !
School 10 Morning and neighbors for the fine ex-
Sunday a. m. 1 \\OODIA\\N MISSIONARY Girls Auxiliary y--
j Sunday Nov 11. Come and see The Intermediate w.
I : Worship, Ham. Evening : BAPTIST CHUKCII pressions through condolence the Brooker Baptist I
what we are doing for the Lord of
Worship 7:30: p. m. Training | 10 SchOOl 11 during their recent teieavement .,
am. Sunday a.m. meet at the Church Thursday -
Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid- '!preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43 prayer Home on Leave Special thanks to the Pittsburgh Linda Gayle Green, ,' . . .t..a
mpht r
Courier for donating 50 blocks to t
Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays Lester K. Randolph, a recent
service, 7 o'clock song services. I and Kay Elzeygave
i home visiting I I the building program. This was president
7:30: p. m. ReS. FBeaid graduate of RJE is 1 absence @
pastor. I: CHRISTI CHUKCII relatives and friends after I i accomplished through Deacon S. I'' the devotional. In the
Newman and Supervisor Shell. of the secretary, Jannita
ice I t'J. t:. Sherwood, Pastor completing his basic training in I! I the minutes. At
friends took
i We are still asking our Stalnaker
AIR PARK Bible School 9.45: a. m. Morning the U. S. Army. During his senior
[ the girls
( I and neighbors to help us build the close of the meeting
I BAPTIST CHURCHSunday he member of the Reserve I
11 a. m. Youth year was a I II
: forward steps.
II j our stone church Gladys Blye. studied on their
School 9:45 Morning I' and for )
: a.m. reported
I Corps
Church 6:30 m. All
I : p. young I Service ,
Worship services 11 a.m. invited. training each week in Gainesville. 1 I reporter Candlelight .
people I Junior and In-
w I Training Union 6:45 pm. Eve Lester K. says the army ha; No reports have been received Officers of the were I

ning service 8 pm. Come and I BETHEL much to offer and that he is very from Allen Chapel, New Bethel termediate Girls Auxiliary

CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON worship with us BAPTIST CHURCH happy in the service Mrs. Thelma Baptist, New Hope, Ebeneezer installed in an impressive! cere- !i
at the
about this question"A I Sessions and Marzie Blake of Mt Nebo Church of God and monbv_ candlelight I
10 Preach-
Sunday School a. m. Tuesday j
I Church I II
CHURCH: OF JESUS CHRIST Jacksonville! spent the weekend at others. Please have your reporters Brooker Baptist
11 and 8 \
j ing services a. m. p. m. Ernest Lester served
and at- report to the people about I night. Mrs.
SAINTS relatives
LATTER DAY home toisit
hold-up man took $341 Song service 7:30 p. m.Rev, installing\ officer for the following -
I Services each Sunday In old 1 tend the funeral of their uncle. your church activities. Greatei as
from a merchant at Grand R. L. Lee pastor. Antioch M B. Church Rev. : Junior Girls, President '
Masonic Hull on E. Call St. Sunday the late Gad Tyson. S p
Junction I I George Lee, pastor. We wish to Janice Green (not present) ; Vice RLJ
Colorado, after mak : School 1" a. m. Sacrament KINGSLEY LAYEMISSIONARY Thurston Schooleac and
Service 6i30 wel Thurston Elementary School of : announce the following: I. Pleas- IresidentRuth Mann; ,
: m. Everyone
ing him lie the floor of BAPTIST
I Jane Bigham.
its Halloween ant Grove ME Church will have Treas. Mary i
Lincoln City had i I
School 9:45: am. Morning
his store beside his watchdog! Sunday Intermediate girls, presidentLinda -
part on Monday\. night, Oct. 29. charge of the services Sundi.v:
i Worship 11 am. Evening -
who was sound asleep.It! Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinf A large group attended and reported from 6:45 to 7:15: p. m. at 7:4.r: Gayle Green Stalnaker; Vice, Secre-president
of Jacksonville Jaunita
Singing Angels
Question : Can the merchant! LUTHERANS each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone a very enjoyable eveningThe Prescott; Treasurer 1
I PTA held its regular meetingon render a program for one taryFrances e
add the cost of dog food tOi, welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, the third Monday night with hour. The general public is cord I Barbara Jean Green. Committeeswere I II t'IT'S "L

his loss to paid by his Storekeepers Lutheran Services pastor. president E. L. Walker in chargeAll ially invited to these religious I : Program Chairman .- Kay |I II GOOD h
Jean I II
there is no charge foi I : Social Chairman
members have pledged programs Ezey.;
Hungary & Robbery ,: Being Planned HAM1TONCHRIMIVN continued support in the school admission. Greater Antioch i IF Endicott; MusicMamie Clark. I ITS SUPERIOR! 4 %u__ ./

Policy i CIUKCII beautification The trus- happy to announce the additior I The girls wore white dresses v
!'nn.\; \". O11 7:30 M. 7:30 program.
I' Christian Endeavor, Friday, : sash and a
commended for the of two new members during the and each had a green ,
p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday. tees were done past month, Bro. Obley Bland and cold cord over her shoulder. Mrs. )
AT fine work they choice for
very the'people's
E. Johns Wor- Sue"-votcd
Charley 7:30 Sunday Morning "Super
p. m. and plans are underway for com Sis Mae Dean. Deacon J. E. Carl. i H C. Douglas served as pianist.

156 W. Madison Street ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship. pleting the floors of the school! I well, lepoiterEVEIiURKEN. Mrs. Tim Rogers was very GOOD FOOD! Tops u popularity with young-
7:30 m. Bible School, 10 a. m. I
p. receivedan
& Son Agency Mrs. Chester Wood W. M. Jones, Minister Rev S. C.E.Price L. Walker, principal, president Dorothy Mrs ;,j! happy electric last week range when which she she won I sters and adults alike! "Super Sue"keeps every

; UTI.VT Johnny Olson radio show.Mr pick favorite
All Interested Lutherans GI:111AMItAI'TIST Jackson reporter. CHUKCII or. the campaign promise, so up your

Phone 13 Starke. Fla. : CIUKCII .Xppnniation Program I Sunday School 10 a, m. Preach- and Mrs Wallie Crews oft I flavor! Each one's a quality winner-in cups
few days |
CALL2I-W Sunday School, 10 a m. Morning The members oftt.. Moiiahj i ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : I Melrose are spending a

Worship, 11 a. m. Training Methodist Church and Pleasant m. Preaching 7C p. m. Prayer with Mr and Mrs G. B Colson | cones, pints, and family ',-> gallons.

Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- Grove invite the churches of the Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Mr and Mrs Z. \\'. Hamilton,

I ship, 7:30: p. m. Rev W. 0 communities in Starke to assist "
end share in the observance of
Collins. Si pastor.

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STARKE. FLA. f ,a./. ,: new/ by score-

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REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor "Q"" '.f. by K I
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town )) '; DOROTHY ROSS t !I all sweet, smooth and sassy. !

Phone Office 234 Pastorium 130 /') .: ) Home Demonstration Agent E !
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lloluLi) ,atwtThursday > The I'aders111 use mforma i

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. Miss Alice Jones, 1 lion given at this meeting ir I . . . . . .e. . . . . . . . .e. . .1..1. . . . . ..

Sunday School 9:43; A.M. Training Union 6 :..5 P.M. Home Service representative, Flo- j their club programs this month i .
I .
rida Power and Light Company i! Furniture Kt-finNhing .
Midweek Service 8:00 P.M I
demonstrated the making of holi- Misses Edith and Rosa Moon ..

day sweets to foods leaders from : hive: undertaken the job of refinishing ,
(Hear( the Sunday Morning: Service o\er WDVII at i
the Home Demonstration Clubs their dining room furni- ,

11 a m. Regular Broadcast Every- 3, and 5 Sunday. The leaders were Mrs Tullie Nor1 | ture. They have finished the table i
I man Mrs. K L. Cox, Mrs Paul and are now working on the

Dinkins. Mis Louis Wainwright j chairs The table is beautiful and I

Mr Robert Turner, Mrs\ John ,' they are justfy proud of it. It i

Strickland, and Mrs John Green. Kicks like new By doing the work I

The sweets were uncooked candies j themselves; they will save money i iI w

Are Teen-Agers Smart which are so nice at this | Here is the method they are \J

I time of the year a Christmas using Remove old finish with I

I Tree salad which had cottage : paint remover Apply neutralizer "'ONE.FIFTY" DOOR SEDAN TWO L. ,;PORT COUPE

rS cheese and cream cheese for the : Smooth the wood with fine sandI i ,. . . . . . . . . . I. i. . . . . . H . . . . . . ,
tr I base. and cake decorations made I paper and then fine steel wool'| .. 's.

i''L with marshmallows. !, Sponge with turpentine. The furniture ..

The chocolate roll is quite i is now ready for the ap1 .

unique in that it uses only mashed 1| plication of the finish. ..

< I pototo You will want to try :j Stain the wood, When it is dry '! .

I this delicious candy It will only I igo over lightly with steel wool I ..

\ .' t.,ike a short time and won't fail i and a lint-free cloth. Work with ,II ..

\nii. i grain of wood. .
I (liix'olat> Roll! I For the final finish use penetrating .

I One-third cup unseasoned mash- seal Let seal. dry ..
u 6.
,..i potatoes ( cooled), 1 3-4 cups thoroughly Rub with fine steel .

nnfectionei's sugar 2 2-3 cups wool, dust and apply second coat ..

i- ; shielded coconut 1-2 teaspoon va- of seal. Repeat operation for | ..

nillt. and three 1-ounce square third coat of seal. Rub with steel'!

semisweet! chocolate (melted)I. i iwool. dust and wax ( paste wax is'1: :. BEL AIR CONVERTIBLE .. CPYETTE

Place mashed potatoes in a preferred 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I I .It l tit . . . . . .
W e'd "Yes" Why ? I howl: mix in confectioner's sugar "'('allinl:' All! Girl," I
say .
and coconut to form stiff mixture The senior girls (girls going toi j

I Blend! in vanilla! hare in roll :2 Starke Scfcoob in the Crooker "
tool oer'the hole of Chevrolets for nineteen
I ht-s across Spread meltedihoiolite will their lineup new
Because more teen-agers are saving regularly I 1111 area organize 4-H club

in this bank. Saving for the future is II i thin Maheabout over roll.3 dozen Chill pieces Slice a this month month on They Saturday will, morning meet once in 'I new passenger car models that arc lower, longer and new right fHCItOLI.'T

certainly strong proof of intelligence.Are i \ttr.uti\cl set Table the Community Hall.
I down to the wheels: -plus the da ling new* CornUc.11"e' .
i Another feature of the leaflet The girls will plan their work to

a teen-ager interested in success? meeting was an attractively set be undertaken this but requests I
you I year ? one that will fit into you, life heautifully. Come in stunt a.I..e, DI
I table lot the holidays or any day hue already come in for I
We invite you to build your opportunityreserve
I of the Wal. The agent pointed work on lighting and electricity

in this bank.mORIDA. out the correct placing of the in which the girls will make

I silver. china and crystal for the lamps and learn about electricity. ,

I place setting for each person The .Also the girls want to make I
center piece arrangement wa yeast breads. In connection with Only franchiscd Charolet dealers display this famous_trademark

I made of fern and berries which ; this, they will probably prepare

hal been silvered and pilded The their lunch and eat at the closeof

t BANK STARKE I I berries in the center were paintedred the meeting

. and placed next to a red bow All older girls in the Brooker RATLIFF CHEVROLET COMPANY

. Th.sind another outstanding arrangement area are invited Please contact :
Member Florida National Group
Il' s, of torn tassels! ; h'
',>,,\'t'< md millet \\ ..rt' mate: b\ :M'sP. .n.thy R.),.., '" -. >-v 1e
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Revised Rates Boys; Wear Dresses And Girls Play Rough I Jail Is CrowdedAs I -Lawtey- Gets- Check- ---- -- --; dinner on the grounds at 1 p :i>.

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For Connection 18 ConvictedIn beginning The Rev at B.2. M :M. :I.' ,- ,

a Jr paster, of I the Fit s :\; --

Of Sewers Eyed ;-i -? ; Mayor's Court ;r-r. J Church the morning in Lake message City. ..\v.' : -

t :Miniate-: .t! t'I" Stak.: -

.b \Y from I II\! : .; I 1 HI.7! th- I K.: MMonts
I r .11. M.-i- ..T.itAndrews III '
i : : of i k. J 1:1: was i l i.-\ !led M n- "iiI': '-. -'rvi-.i! -.\ .t t
': .. .in: r.ghlA.I! < hande.1 l the job f ftu.hiiig (J
night as MX men and .* Negro I' ('1mI" hf.s .n : ::. KOI..I! ,
: -t and foinmlat.n: : a i ii" J .'
: ;; 'i.-i.in: f.tiled t') have enough i ; ence (I lr: u iM't: : !. nli>' .

: ,: levising the rates fo: L n..y! to pay their fines after | Mian;: :Spiir! :ru-'d :Mi l -

iti-i .inii sewer connections : n i\ ing been convicted in Mayor's Jackson .1 ,civiii- ., ,

'. ut;. .: by the ety. i'I t.u liL Five were convicted on ; .1' i Madison : :' h Fns- >

Th. Council discussion mdira- ,
pi.bliiintoxication charges and I Bradenton. II< A.-, ti- I -
I L..I the revision will be
up- ( '
\ .t.d C'lunci! Chairman T (' < .1 I Olivers' licenses. I Yj I
II| ReI I: I > Sumductinp :- t '
'liii! i ilazen appointed Andrew-; J I
: : The docket for Monday's tn.il.s '-
the ftt-I' 1T'S the e.fi.ng "-,'1'I
i study prob'eni i.jii..sts ,
( for connections touched oft / unusually heavy as IS per- .. ., I, 7:30; :: is a lorme' p istm r.- .

!)It, diM u,, ion, and the Coum i iliun I -- were penalized by MayntV i. .. : ] is now serving Si t :MuK 1 \l. .
.l.ickson.; Policemen attributed : I'
-v. Church in Ot rla
: rtgieed that a new pulii-\ : d ,.., ; ist
: Mir increase in cases to the
!lii 'i 'A ;I.t! e car put into servii e untly '- ni.in t-r "t tin- I'lurid.i I'KMIT .mil I.I1hl ( II., '
Under the present system. An- ", Sunday school at 9:1-: .. :Mt -
-li\ers to I.auti>
it ( il$ .
I > > mini l'r--siili'nt O. .1. 1'111111"| .1 < lit-i k for
'news pointed out the city charg- j i 3 :ii Two :Sl.O.'i i ; ? fur their first cart raiuhiscWomen reation at 5:45. dine-.t-i'.i'-: :
Gainesville nii'nt
4 ;: men urn- .pa
fee .
s only a $7.5) tapping j' p ____ i the MYF at 6:15: : wotsh. ;
the connection work sometimes Judged in jail after one was found ,
though 1 i for the interniediati> -
may cost several! hundred :| Is was initiation day for the Beta Club at Bradford High School Friday and the new male recruits guilty of driving while intoxicated Call OnCommissioners /Homecoming Set i| senior young people at 6-4.

dollars. I dressed as girls \\hile the girls donned dungarees and ..!.irt-.. Af left, the boys show off their nt'I \V and the other of public intoxilation. The afternoon music pin-i/ : I ,

Suggestions of the Councilmen'L jj ii.-ry. I..'ft to right are Reason IiIr.lan.Inhjl'! Green and Hill la3 tun.nd the girls try sonic. Leon Gann war. assessed! For Sunday By will be held in the chinch ".Ii, t iary
?75 or 15 days on the OWL
that either a I
seemed to indicate( rough stuff. At t left Virginia Darby rides Lavora Capps and at right Missa Stefanelli ride,, Maxim* with music provided! l-> t iI. I.

higher tein of tapping assessment rate is or to some te conrsulered. sys- j .\ntlre". Juniors and seniors attaining a "K" average during their high school\ MTiuds[ .. are eligible. fined charge.$2;;James or five C.days:\lel'in'a for intoxi- To Take Library Methodists HereI' and Chancel a number Choir. the of Other youth Ch.-1 : '-'
{jf" the lift ('Iul.. Thirtytwoere initiated during Friday's a< ti\ itie'.. : cation. The men claimed they had i 1 i and individuals. P"B;

In other action the Council:: !, each had only two bottles of Members of the Staike: V Viittnlub. : I Unmet'''i.UK will, hi1. teJebiated': '
\ is invited .
Everyone to itt ':rtthe
Agreed to seek a strip of land h eet. Cl in an effo, t to tuin! the :cradford t I the Fii.st :.Methdi.s; Church''
Copt. Lot Ensey Health Dept. dinner on the grounds: .1'.1
"three or four miles" from the Robert A Negro man and a i 1 COllntLlhral v into a Sund.ivith; !
j fn'nifi r ( tiiiiusterF1tin
Negro'T I those
[ attending are (I-
city to be used as a borrow pit woman ended up in jail ),[ !' eal library.Ionday lequested :
Assumes Duties Sets Chest ()i r !nglug; I iiin.ni! :; and! evening i'bung a ba>ket of fivid l't.'lh.
to obtain dirt and as a city dump. : X-Ray night after being found guilty of the Board of County Commissioners .
Dies Miiies I |I IC plates' n ipkiii.-. ill ink: anti l .1!!-
It was proposed that the striphe fighting and drinking. The to take over the libraiy'operation.
woman' |' >III'I; .1,,1.\! .: '"- will: im ludt1 will! he furnished
"not less than 13; acres. With 6th Fleet Survey In County l Jose Murray said she had called! .

Accepted a by of the Bradford Of I jolice to "scare him into going j A delegation ot three Woman's
Telegraph for forms to I I'lan were being made this i ;home" J

be County used in the purchasing system Robert \\'. i veek to conduct Bradford a mass chest x- "tl ht" at admitted the time.that She she was was :: Club commissioners members appearing pointed l befoiethe out k Sell It Rent It Trade II

planned foi the city. I suddenly as ay suivey in County penalized $35 or seven days and that if the operation were taken :

Voted to buy kerosene from Nov 21 through Dec. 1 the]
attack about I man. Clyde Hampton. was lo\'e-r bthe County, r.'ate and
John Torode for the city hall. I day night Two State Board of Health Xt: $50 or 10 days. 'ould'be
I federal funds ( utilized' !

They approved a motion to. put Mr Metzgei I n. \ units will! be assigned to the Joe Coleman Negro was sen- "The county could get the.si- \\YITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

kerosene on bids next year.Accepted Mia.Ruty 1910 at County for a period of 11 unitI tenced< to $25 or five days for I funds" Mrs. H. C hitch said

a proposal by of the late I days Each unit is capable of do- p ublic intoxication and Aaron !i"but the Woman's Club can't _

Johns to start work on a He Illig 1,000 X-rays per day and can: Woods and Ernest Phillips both
cleaning! project on the groundsat 11000 during The three ladies said that the Low Rates Good Results tiasy Tn Place
up 1947. having do a total of X-rays Negroes were each sentenced to

the light plant. "We ought to Motor Couit i the time they will be in the, $25 or five days for driving without ('Illbrary l is operating now just as a !(O WORDS OR U:" S. ONE LVSEKTIO 50e

get it prettied up like it used to which he County drivers' licenses. I place wherebooks are loaned.
be." Mrs. Johns said as she noted We can't be a real library under E.\CII ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
years before "We aie very anxious to maktthis > of $-15 weie forfeited by
that the grounds were littered member of Burney Smith, Negro, and, Fred I''i the budget we are now operat! :!... %III1TION1. FOIl III.I\U ADS OK 'U'ioOT pun IV .un'A'\oCE'
with of debris and broken the largest and most successful i ingone of them said IIIHIIIIT IF IS PER tEST OX TWO OK MttKB !N.!iEHTIO.ili. !
scraps ...
Bryant on intoxication .
Surviving survey ever conducted I in

bushes. to instruct Erna :\ Bradford County" said MarlonEder Speeding charges brought a $25 j. The three Woman's Club lepresentatives -
Asked the mayor fine' to were Mrs. Hitch.rs. !
Jimmy Kersey and a $35
both of president of the local ,
tennis Irene ;
policemen to drive by the Associa-r1 ine to Nathaniel Jelks. Negro. M P. J. Quattlebaum and Mrs. s tui niovru.i: i LOCATION
the John J Tuberculosis, and Health
check on ers.
courts at night and tion. To accomplish this aim we : Running red lights cost $10 Hazel Cresrfer. l.ii'Ki'; :: and sni.ill lrn-t-; HuntinK ..II FIRST CI.ASS i
several both of ;
Andrews said that on I>ii' S. :.tlM. Nnrih ansi Smilli uf Sturkeat 2 and
lights. fines to large lovely bedrooms
Shirley Ervving, William i The commissioner agreed to spurious
will need to as; ,
occasions the lights have sister. Mrs. many volunteers i I pru-fh that >i>u ran afford I"
Pr l'e' Eugene Abrams and Frank U look into the possibility of ay. liting room with fireplace.
the night. Bethlehem I s ist. Mr. Elder stated that local I i taking I.P;
stayed on most of ''over : Substantial' two .story frann- d-Afll- Tile" in both kitchen anti
Funeral civic and service clubs would b,e CurtiCharle.i J. Clarke forfeited[ ;' the library and instructed 1 with bath. You
I me two apartimntv r.-nt-
this ) 1|l contacted and asked to assist. 'a $25 bond on a reckless driving' County Clerk Charles Darby to nif for $xr:, mi i>fi month lt?h.,1 l I' nil! recognize! the" difference" I

charge and Charles 'I obtain I u rn o.hc.I at a b.irK.im pru-f this is a home, not just a hour.c.here .
'. Butler' forleited information ,
Worthless Check o'clock in the r I I Dr. A. Y.Covington, director ofI For thit> and ..tic.r IJ.IIK.IIH in" T
Chapel with .... "\' ". ....4fJ..' $25 for reckless driving. [:about' obtaining federal anif state real fMatir.- are lots of extras here.

I I ., I! the Bradford County Health D e' A $2;:) bond was forfeited by J I funds. : Better hurry on this. The price
officiating. y' :; reported that 1,925 X- i FLORIDA{ REALTY CO. land
: partment : Van Thompson Negro' for ,! termsare right.
escaping Commissioners
ried to indicated itould
Case DismissedIn I' raywere made on the survey from Of Starke i I Good and solid 3 bedroom older
i Lot Enseson of the late jail. Mayor Jackson said what be next October before
Capt. and I they TelrphvDe 3X1 j ,
in 1954 four new
i' conducted t II homl'. Large bath
I "
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Ensey of found Thompson had walked away could plan to take action in the I large! lit ing
i leases of tuberculosis were : while ::", Irinplr .s f'. Markr. .',a. Ii room< large kitchen" and
Starke duties Chief 01' working on the streets of : matter because the does j a diningroom.
i assumed as budget' _
I "About 23: per cent of the adult I;' >I A
CourtCounty the lovely front
County Staff, Commander Sixth Fleet on'I city after a conviction some snot I includ funds for such a porch and
population gives this County a I pro- l'tll! JEXT-Tlllu bedroom I grand bark
Loses In I ago. facing on a -
I{ separate
Sept. 25, with a record of six sea very high: case rate" Dr. Coving- |i ject. sum y housv loiniilfti-lx furni.-ht-d. street nith

Judge T. A. Yawn hold- j i (Continued ) I commands( behind him. He was j ton said. State Board of "Health' In other action tile commisfioners car 501 I.port:. Ii"ni--: largyard.St inquire 4t al|>, I tuo-cur\ garage.! "a concrete Thin only floored
i one
Wednesday dismissed I sen-ing as Commander of Destroy Statistics show Bradford County t j 17 Degrees Given (I : accepted a low bid. of (lI>tol'to
you ran see there
day is
ing plea 1 i' with! CABINET and Carpenter Work lots
> Court e:r Squadron operating I ;
rt me j of U,2il.iO from the
had the 11 highest case rate Hardy Brothers jof
charge Small and Fi\e
worthless check I I I new repair jobs c- : rcM.m. block to Tost Office.
a after it was age 70 the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. j 36 Florida counties surveyed in i To Starke FFAers :i: Motor Co. for a 1956; pickup truck. i' cepted. Joe. C. Ricks. Rt. I. Box I; Priced for cash a
a Negro I I .. I or terms. #
against I when ordered to his present | 2 Ij.-A. Sla. tfuhgL!
brought out that the complainant Likewise .; alserved I U15t. I: Agreed to grade an"area near ________ _____ __ __ 70 A. Farm uith liveable house
knew the defendent had no money here wen : I\ assignment. Capt. Ensey Dr. Covington pointed out that Seventeen members of fjthe i I j i BHS football field to be used OCR TFATII AVMVERSAnr! '! only X miles out, hard road all1w
I s ecenlly as Operations 'Starke Chapter. Future Farmers:! a practice area for the Jumoi ItAUIOS HKPAIUKll i
in the bank when he accepted the Amendment I : Officer for Commander in 11 tuberculosis is spiea from the of America '.( ; All Maken All Model I.1 uiy. lias more than \\ mile-

check. Ptate Lt> { : : ''c' hief. U.S. Atlantic Fleet. sick to the well and a person ca in recent ('ert'monies'were i ;. High midget team. Jerome Johns Ilrammaltle ('!tar".* guaranteed I I l highnay frontage! 20 pecan tree,
tn tnhave named I and Coach tannard cii.ts. ('. MiF.rniun '
Chapter Farmers the
The Joe Lewis Dean the disease and not know i i Register: aptpeared 'ne"v deep ucll. H: 'trir
Negro. i iI into session. I from the j highest 701: W. fall "I. Clarke I'.,. :339 I water
Capt. Ensey graduated degree which' can be I before the County Boaid
Futch I I s\stein
Mack antI
told County Attorney Amendment "X-ray will detect tuberculosis. ( lots of pine tiinlxr'and
United States Naval Academy at awarded by the chapter. i, t o request this action '
that he had signed i his name to I judges of ( I Many lives have been saved as a |. thousamls of small pines. All
Receiving the degree were Wil- Donated' $100 to the Elks NEED OF
the check after borrowing money ord in Duval | Annapolis in 1930. As a graduateof i j' result of the disease being found Club this is going; for $ 900.
bur Andrews Wilbur Barry Irt', be used as advertising for the !
; the Armed Forces Staff Coll- I.i..t
from the complainant.In 28T* against. and treated early. the doctorsaid. LANDSCAPINGl >our property n Ith me. I

another worthless check I { ege. he later helped plan and conduct I yin Browning. Volley Browning .: ?trawberry Bowl I game scheduled FILL 'hate many prospective' huf'1"th..,
Amendment | DIRTor
j Robert ,
Cooper, Jimmy in SUrke Nov. 30.Bradford .
issued an ultimatum | the first two Command and Dyal. i \\ ill
Yawn buy nun if the
case Judge trustees at i I The X-ray units will be schedul4, Austin Gay. Terre!! price is right.
defendent. San: I I Staff Courses at the Naval War Rudolph DISKINGW. i need
Negro now M'tera!
to a voters 179 | "ed in many areas of the (count: '. Hutcheson 'I city building
until 3 m College. Newport. R. I. .1 Philip Mobley, 1 1..11'.. If
him p. ;
is for
giving yours sale
Bennett Amendment | Posters will be placed in business ; j Dick Smith. Shi Smith A. B.I i Fair L. THIGPEN, JR. call now.

Thursday to produce the $36 65: ir appointment Capt. Ensey is married to the I! houses throughout the county and i Whitehead. Charles Whitehead Rt. 2 Box 245-D Alton Rd. || Also if you hate lots or any slip

icstitution (or the check and $19- f tendents in I every effort will be made to reachI i! James Norman :Mitchell Harrell PIIQ."E 297-J city.

70; for court costs "If you d.m'tget and Sarasota I Diego Calif and they have one and inform every citizen of the t 'and Van Prescott. II your home is for sale and you

the money by tomorrow:'I3.:>1 against. iI | .v I.n. Lot tJr At present the family I hours and location of the units The honor is awarded to boys Called Success Starke, Fla. I i.uish guaranteed advertising then

to jail." the judged I L i is residing in Southern France I; i it vtill pay ,ou to
you'll go J Amendment: and of the impoitance of having j who have earned $50:: in their FF.project .\ stop h.i. rail
dared Bennett pleaded guilty t I lof Dade X'laLocal health authorise I| oi virile to:
an : i
check !I ] during the year and have 'r 'U !SAI.K TK d.iji I .
the > .m ITH..rnf.
the charge: had of passing bank account j J32S I against. i'i Fuss i Over School |j :are anxious for the whole !'ou"I ,demonstrated leadership ability : By Officials Here ant"> lifinif on, lit i ai-rfs ..J..arf>d j .I WALL

when' he no order for Amendment \ Ii | 1 to get behind this project and help Joseph G. Wood advisor to the 1 l.inil(nibV'l'h\I Hit iti" ..tii.' I.I"n mp! l.oratci] REALTY
issued an lift
The julge Negro j i system in K ': !t wipe out the disease in Bradfol'dCounh' ,chapter said that the members \\ K: Sfi I.1..1 'III I P.ox lic REGISTERED; BROKER

the al'l t'st of Sylvia perry r'r'l l fur 290: adopted a new constitution and Th Giadford County Fair held I T.\ I.'V tfrhg!:'I

who failed to appear in court t I Amendment ; In I I New RiverIs by-laws Wednesday ni hl's I!I here Oct. 22-27 was termed I \ I I,. Office : :337: N Walnut St.
of petit a success fair !
by F'hone
charges I
plead to of making; service meeting The chapter was just I: i i j.! adverse, officials despitr TATE HANK KKT-1 I 1S7-J I' (). Box 466(
She had teen accused against. organized recently. operating conditions. STONK HKIGHTS. FLA. MEM. Starke. Fla.
calls and i BER FDIC.
long dist-ince telephone Amendment I Fading AwayThe A program of work for the''' Two events combined to set t: | ,
worn ;
of j back the fair -
the names I nella.s : ; operations and -
giving County year was also outlined, Wood !| probably \VE BUT AND SELL USED FURNITURB. -
en for the charges.: against ; said. Plans i! brought a decrease in re- Elrod Furniture Co"I!I 21 IXCII TELEVISION: consoles
i are being made for lit
The bonds of nearly 50 persons j' dispute ovei the :New Riv | the boys to attend the State Fair i|\: ceipts. Heavy rains delayed the-* Phone 4t. tfchg I | _down_____.._at.._______Dahmer's.___ ___ __ tfcbg

estreated after they failed | er school E I! opening of the fair for two AI'AMTMKXT: I."'It 1:1"T"Ii1:0.1"| ,JSCCAI; ,: : I
were appeared to fizzle out E OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH in Tampa and enter an animal cx- :i days .son St.' 's : | S.MoKK: M.-at CiirinB. AI,,,
the : Apply at 'I.i I .01,1
in ("ourt.ost of : and several of the > HIMDI-j "I"I.I| | "' .It Sl.irkf
Monday the midway lir f'
as School attrac- 'n.
to appear Council Boardagreed I hitit in the fair. The livestock i j ,, Aiilianr| | ,- I'h'.iiM 1 I" If. hi I

("a.'IesWI'e the results of traffic to arrange for one room Soil Conservation show in Gainesville is also on the I J(I I |tions excepted for the annual i lu.'Ig

{'harge:;. :i for use as a community center i'i event failed to stay for the open-1.FOIl! ft. S.\I.E-I''III'lit,, ,. SI.-P.S 4 and i [
boys' agenda and a father-son' l--iKtlis 'n. in-t.illuti'.ii" .\1 Itil. I-" !\lUTOt HCK.IITS:
and voting place in New Itivei: N-E-W-S I|ling j .- ..rk of all Kin.IJuiM Til. Just .
i For I I banquet is being scheduled. i a fi-vi- .f "ur w.-ll! .
i II' 1 I "We had (V. 127 fayi-tto St Phone) 215-J. limit hom>
Blanding Guard \ | if the present three-room structure a'ery good fair undei I'oU'll pa> liii-lilfc flulll $ t7i Ito
; By Bill Haas Woodmen tf.-hg to $2.1."inft'i: ,
Of World MoiitMy!i t
circumstances X. M.
I is moved away. I II Smith I'a\'''<-nt -
j2f.:; .
.0 I' $$;l 46 i; .
1 Soil Con r\ation Sen ice fair said this 'I'ul l I1 SAI.E 4 In.. 1<:"" 'I manager week hu-c .,.
I This Set District Meet III. > <*:t
Rates Superior ; arrangement was made on Al-" l.:; ",1. -t'.i. h S.-.I It ss i .111 rent at ;
i! City request of a delegation of New The Board of Supervisors for f Billy Graham exhibit chairman I r 4'.I.-titii| I'.riffi. I..P ::tp I u
River residents the Bradford : For Starke Nov. 15 i j said that the fair was "bettei I i i F'.OHm.RE.LTI' ('0.OF .
On : appearing before Soil Conservationnt ; iSI'liAR SMOKK M at Turing Also
Inspection ; j the Board. Under the I Districts held their regular mont ,, than expected considering tb'' (".1.1. StoraKv at Starke !.... Cn.tfrhjj. STARKEIrlrpbonr !
i The Starke thWoodmen of the World Cam; weather." ::":1 I
i. 'j the Board can leave one room t 0ly meeting at LloYd Green's home I 3-w Tf'mpl.'P..
The Camp Blinding National day night | ,the present building or arrange Conservation 138 of Slaike will be host at a j! The net profits have not ye'I W\XT.tI---I..ady for fountain and Starke! Ha.F l lI

the city's Resource Use was dish I't wide Woodmen ati''been but sales work.
l [ meeting figured, Smith estimat Applv Green' Gulf -
leceived n for *
Guard unit this week another to be
| room used by j ,
i I discussed. | ;iwti-v Ki!
rating of "superior" as a resultof questions j the community. Conserving our natural the American Legion Home |j
held values of lesources is a job for everyone. Thuisday.! XO1;;. i year. 1.0>ST--"n.' small fox liiumd. <' 'I.>r a ItKXT-l I and 2 bfdroon: Stir.nih..I -

the annual "IG" inspection insurance list j Unless unforeseen objections whether you live on a farm or in I\ After a fried chicken dinner i 1 Smith said that only about hal'f\\j" Ida.' k... \I "lit,. anil. tan If' f"'If..1I..a" I | Jack.-.n.apartnu-ri-Ontral S<-, Hilly
Sept. :25 dv arise. this action clears the way : \I rut. ir -..11 2il1! t'ruokT I Truck Llnei-.
The inspecting officer. I.t. Col j to obtain i for the school board to take bacV the city. We lose soil in great I the Wowlmen will hold a close i:j''of the expected carnival stayeraround !,i }'Ia. (".lit-d. 4. U Atkinson I I'ir.nuIr. ). tfuhff t I

power plant I' quantities from fields meeting to initiate a large class <' for the whole 2 tr. iIi 1'lKoll
overgrazedpastures week. HI IlKXT-Kivr-:
Joseph C. Rively. of the Inspector I- the building and use it for clas S. I r..Mi fiirniih
The Lvite I I unprotected idle lands of candidates. I :explained that the concessior K i|; |It KXr-New unfiirni-li! four I apartim-tit. KiM; :N tiur. h Si .\tiIs
3rd It had
rooms. been
General's offl"eat Army turned overto j f.M X .
and t'ttUr h Si
burned rc..mliath. I'hi.niI7JW
the over woodlands. Wildlife ] Among the prominent0Id I i i''operators are more or less inde- i.rg.bali and !! !
headquarters. stated in the le the New River Improvement l' .nh. Tall 101| -\\' 2n 11 S If. hit
the city's conservation is also includedin men expected to attend this pendent
: and -
: many of them left
that Co. "B" has done well Association in 1953: with the .
stipu- 1 Fol: SALE .
the over all picture i ing will be %VANTEtC-One: flr'a'' .. -S -rvel ia> ltfriifri
meet with of nature Executive Vice Presi- after being set back by the rain < m cha- I .. : -
in supporting units of its armored ; lation that it be used as a civic al! !II"\ ibody man. lt-phon"-, t'r.ht. for iuu-k sal 120 (/I'
division while at summer fieli4 next session i center. 1 resources. You can have wi ilddent Max B. Hurt. National Dii rThe: fair did not open up until __317._ :.. Hrlln-wlO'k. Ia! 2tp 11 I '..iMAN'S I'h'n.2J.: .., MrA lirtiiiinn. .T,
handled" by hfe on your land and have a bet-, ector and Attorney General i Wednesday night after hear TVmnle A Itibj:
Richj j
and is of providing Last month the School Board :>
training capable |Iter farm. !.l.i. k i.r'ad.: .>thuit ('n..t
cy Every farm is successlm ard W. Ervin National Fraterna'SO'r'i.t rains the KOIl SAI.K_
direct ordnance support fIn Charley announced intentions to : |i previous week and arj J7. f..r -at.S's. Parpain Mcilnim. 7S HI' KvinrudfMolor !
the Doyle i i ful only if all the living things > Committeeman Georg j added deluge Monday morning MZWnt... AC.: lir-idfiiril I'. T.-I--!! and Appl> at Fir.Stanir >- .
Armored Division the structure the .
the ISth as re I on grounds i' j it gr.-.i.l p_ i II..T > ?1! !
on H.hira lip
the agents |! are working together. \Ve Owen. Head Consuls V. P. Millet turned the fair grounds into a ;
quired. j was not being used for the rposes !
ods for the pu j'must use our land wisely a ndproductively. and H. B. Jackson and State of mud. F' .1: SAI.K !M.ti I P.kin.'r.I: KOI: XT-Smail 3 room apart I
CoRi'ely\ observed that the outlined. ,i I xr .M $::11; W Ft m"-rit. all furf''-hwl
high average drill attendance denoted The Several New River citizens ex- I Our farms can provide :: Manager U. E. Vance. VisitorFre j Smith said that a "lot bIgger'fair I..H.II Jiilinsnii. erirfi! lip and ..ntra.,,'"- 1:1.! .. trif, privaf n-fritf'-rator hath
I .
touched off j hunting fishing. and cal ierrecreational expected from Gainesville i is being planned for next ,<. eras' rI ne.- anti h> at Hot and r.Id| |
high morale and effeetileadership ve | pressed the opinion that thej I LOST 1A'"f..r, '
-- KVy lightfurni '
mar u'Uli Inim <.hcd :
Ii $
activities. Jacksonville. <.C. > per
These Lake Additional
expressed the building was not being used; City Lake; year. stock pens are1' k-.v-- line k'-y h.tX" ''':< on : ii.o. AKo r"nt a s slr 'pinK rooms \
ance values j; to j things can be achieved through Butler Live Oak and Palatka. !i I to be built he said, and a permanent l.nf at I'raJf-.rd .... T..l. ; ('il.j'II *..i' l.-.f-\ ..,.. '"r tfrhir :
Capt. Joseph" II Johnson. com i: enough warrant withholding' it i [
listed in attention to the land treatment The degree woi k will be cover .
the i
e mandmg officer, and WO Albert an j i from use as classrooms. The< "I conferj j put on build \ Fi.t s.ilt-- I.'IHK haired ('bib ushuat.
too high. : j and to the conservation of our red ty Camp 7. l'alatka. undei l j ings. He said that this year se\.- KOI: !SAI.K-ISilly <;...it. pan MIIIK I 'ItiAhI|| W'.nrtTfiil, k.-pt. Sir.d In- i
Foster, administrative. maintenance delegation at the School Board !
( Cliff* Hazen natural resources. duection of Consul Commandet !1 eral! stock exhibits had to b'f. X k rhtaati'I". I *f St.p l.rfililrr .Ir ictni- I.\K"I"KI: Tt",in.-d l Ir .1 :
and supply technicians.( I meeting Monday seemed to indicate I'K-ni' Tal.lwith( t-eai.s. Oil \ I.t.4i.r! KnK-I..y iik.ph'.n..-
values Russell Cory and turned down because H. 2tG'
\ j associate o of lack of -ati-r with tank. Itt'nanrl 41. heI It 130
commended on the excellent manner I that this view has beei> I Complete soil and water ci -'I'.r'
I the original onf ers.de room. 'harlt-s Ki..it:. a r.iil F 1 X.
in which the administrative: I generally adopted and that 0 serration farm plans wete ,.f Stark-. HiKhwav ;n| lip I WAXTKMaitrK Apply H" i:
would Smith ,td: !h.- A inieii j t to extend Trn.-k S'..t> l-: tiiir-mt
records were maintained jections to removing the structure.have livered to Earl H. tfi-hg
Bowery and IL !
F-I 'I .
his ,, { IlKXT Two l. -'.lrooniiifurnih hiu.n"
can cut .tt. .r t ii. th *
appre> : '
?mce activitation Dec. 1. 1 : been' dropped D. Green. Earl has a farm in I the old tobacco stalks and weeds be- .! -n :,,iri. lair St' J I I.. KOIJ SALK <',!; I IJBXT-Small hak.-rv
\ ( ) I! lamZatllm'- an j peipi.vhn partr "'Ii. o< and Inn. h room .
j .mliinrd.
has to Graham lip
the company grown I I community.' is goi dnglfoie: petting his land ready i r-nt..1) -- iVrifI', ..* .'.a:, I"w
strength of four officers thr .. fuel HFJLBROXN |I to use oats for winter pasture turn. tii-ipated in the Tanthi5 rear \A I K: 11.\ \'E: !t0.-.. 11'urni'h..d apart- PI. ltpfofS

warrant officers and 103 e i i-it.-s- \- \ F \/ol l..and
:; i i.* plf for
m..n. ro"I i' Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- i I pasture grass. Green is using At the* Cattlemen's Meeting th : rn .*fl \11. "n' -nil"-- \.. p -t:1 I I'nvilKf of 4'" ti< rs uoi.ds Rnt.pas
tng 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: Common and Pensacola Bahia i other night Frazier Shaw .mi' Mr. and MrsV H X'.llinan. 221 ture fr,.r ',/,,'k r..at..d 9 mi1t'
new < XVU: .I liv..n' Sr tf..hL1 1 WVvt .f Start,.- on highway
\V.C.T.U. would ; .!, Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. I with White Dutch Clover. "I get Dick Ferguson were discus.smgihia I MrP I. '>,-..... lOft lip

'Rev.' F. B. Beard, pastor. more grazing from my bahia winter pastures. Shaw re F'"l: :-\I.E-I.t.: 1 : In'-rnati.mal) 14 ,
"' .\( This I 1 .11 T'nk flood Audition, ( MAN ( -
&TROX IHHIIS: marked that his looks 'all l : IJ .Any fr.r paper .
[I grass than any other grass, says rye yellow .'T'l-l \\' I. Thiei.,-n Jr tfihei. of nout. In
by vn.y 1.awtt.y
:a : : and
OXI.Tilt' DEVILS WAY T ; ; Lorenzo.< He is turning under :IFetguson told him to put some m I-.k. (Allowanre Kingsle
J .. ) i. \xi: (.1{ .. .\1:11' and rOmmis-
MAN" BIT MANS WAY 'I city clerk to I II THE RIGHT POINT for the 'i small blocks of Carpet grass and :: trogen on it to bring it out. If FIGHTS ALL COLDS \ II"',.,. not nTr-fttry W.-\XTEr..lftII-.n Forwardil'aiN *.'.n. Sre.. Journal.or writ U Rfrnton. Jackonvill -
THE DKYI1.: I putting in Bahia. : water has caused your wmte'i I..T r. ';.iv fr'J' O Box Jacksonville. Fla
((1mn.Ut ('LAKK. men to meet "ay you write. Come in and select I i pastures to turn yellow and you : ',ArIN .J:::> |vru >". F.ur"" Kid 2tt> 11 I U t I _-_ _ _ _ UpKOI

FLORID GOOD ;\ E\\ S.) I :ie\t :meeting : your favorite ESTERBRO.OK i R \1.,11u.ed the District' have LESS TIME I I'.KVT: Furnish
? a good stand it will pay I t I. >': 1:1': '', TV. i -ir., ", 'H- r'',,,,, UP"'rp
in.-inor. f -. Fountain I'en. TELEGRAPH. .' .. an._ .r'n ttlh
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