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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 16, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Monticeo!! MASS SURVEY I Jury ReturnsIndjctment


\\'II.1lI"I'd! ; / i will be the bit

In Berry Bowl ge-it mass X-I ay Sill n'\ ever undertaken

4 & in Biadioi i County will
H Monday
1' | hen:; Wednesday.\. 21 and

";' .'. ifii, v BOA! ott.ciaU: ann continue through Dec. 1

nut' Wednesday that the I I Two State Board of Health j VI
/23-Year-Old Man
Bi idtitid! I High Tornadoes will be chest xra.units have been assigned -
Women
pI: ted! .tgamst Monticello for the : to the county for the 11-j j Pleads Not Guilty Bradford -I Charged
Stale Sen. Charley Johns, president of the Conimuntiy State R.inkmm County's Midgets Face In
second( annual: bowl game Nov day period. Each unit is capable Assault Case

under construction studies the building progress \\ith Contractor :r.o: I of doing I I.004)! x-rays during the !iTo Attack On Negro Team From Santa Trial ;

.Maurice Kduardi, right, and Jimmy Swindell. KdvvanU said he is Both teams signed the agiee-j: j time they're operating: heie. This Fe On MondayThe ,I Set Tuesday

"ttell-pleased" the progress during the last fi\e weeks and prc-j j I nients this week. Jerome Johns would mean a free chest x-rav for i, A 2t-!:: .\ ".lI -\oJd .' .inpsoia ('11\ II I
I bile man TUI' .mv Biadtord OounU Juiiioi Il.gh 'Midget' football
dieted that if good weather holds out the building will be completed J: Elks Club bowl (chairman said. '. \'irtuall'er man. woman, and !1\ pleaded not | team | .\ true bll! miic-
; .
I iguiltv: iwfoie Circuit Judge: GeorgeI. : will meet their first foe from out of town tr.'r. .
near the Jan. 1 target date. Kduanis suld one uf the most difficult This will be a rematch for the child in Bradford County if the Monday nrght'hl"n women one or : .
I Patten to of the I Starke: ai; i !
a charge aping Midgets from Santa Fe invade the Bradford \
jobs, the citiut1un of the \ault, has been completed. The next I squads which battled to a 0-0 I j I public gave 100 per cent cooPl'ra-1 High stadium of Jacksonville for
1 a 17-year-old Negro girl. The :, Coach Townsend aggravate,:
Strickland said this will be the
l>ft on the schedule Mill be the installation of the steel overhead'1 deadlock early in the season tion. j"ind returned first and I assault on Mis Iris st .
} jury an indict-1: tiling
I' last : '
beams which should get underway next week. With both teams going all out tO a j|: In the 1954 survey 1.925 x-rays ment against: him Monday after i chance for Bradford County folks to see the Midget teamin I Starke on Oct. 1.1. was leturne:

vindicate that record, some thrill- j weie made in the county, sal< : action against "foreign" opponents. In previous contests i late Monday after :
I IS a
hearing witnesses the
in case. : Krtnd t."
ing football should be piovidedi four new ('aes' of tuherculosir Trial for they have battled among themselves. j investigation ]
the man. James Bryant '
-
TO PLAY GREEN COVE i The two squads seem to be I were detected as a result. With 'I was set for 9.CO:: a.m. 11(>1'. Game time for the night's program will be 7 p.m. Monday I The three women Mis.! I"

i about equal. Not only were they I complete coverage of the county 1. At the arraignment Bryant was]i The starting lineup will be: Maity Crosby. Center; Michael I fie Carter of Starke.: he: daug- .

Feature i unable to score against each I it is likely that 15; or 20! new represented by Attorney, Zach Kenton.) RG; Hal Seymour, LG; Ronald Crawford. HT: John ter.Mrs.. Wallace Fauik oi J.icn;
BBS \
Homecoming i j er, but their season records. oth'l i I cases would be discoveied. and Douglas of Jacksonville.The I Miller. LT: Richard Duggar. RE; Irwin Martin. LE; Woody I sonville; and Mrs Carters si.tt! '
far have been identical 1 wins a large percentage of these could Mrs. Edith
I girl has accused Bryant i, Strickland QB; Ronnie Raves. LH; Marion Cottle. FB.: Eddie Buff, also of .fnk< .>.'
i 13 losses and 1 tie. I be cuied. if still in early stages"That :; of driving her and I yule pleader not .i
I an l.s-year-old] Brown. IUI. Captains will be Woody Strickland and Ruhard guiltwhen
Football Game Tornado \Whirl The Strawberry Bowl game* i is why it is so importantthat /gui. I f i lend from their homes inj I: Duggar I raigned before Circui: if'
fudfct(
weie inaugurated last year with everyone respond and take Lawley to a dirt road near Samp-'! i i George.. Patten Tiiesdax

Bradford High School homecoming activities will get underway the proceeds going to local charities advantage of this opportunity t"' son City and attacking her In a ing11'1'. Carter is the we ii.u"-..<

Tuesday night :t:\ the students present the 195G; edition and the Harry Anna Crippled obtain a chest x-ray at absolutely -I i preliminary hearing early in Sep'timber -, Maxie Carter of Starke

of the Tornado Whirl and will be climaxed Wednesday Children Home in Umatilla. The no expense," Dr. A. Y. j' the girl said.V and'| Parole Office Opens Here A $i.ooo bond was .
I events by the ElkcClub. Covington.: county health officer her friend wciit ; po.-teu i
night with a football battle between the Tornadoes and are sponsored : with Bryant ;i. each of the defendants
and
said yesterday. He also pointed r.fter he hired.! them to wash'' Patten Tudgi
Green Cove Snrings.Personal I Supervisor set the trial for .
"
Other homecoming featmes I A half time show will he 1 pioided
in-1 I' \' bv the high sthool band and I | final County had the 11th highest I Icase | nght: before." ] were wonie'i
IncomeIn elude a parade and[ dance j 1 1! planr.edGuard rate of the 36 counties 'I The said that she list in the Bradford represented at the ;.IP ugi1 '
girl
:i parade is being I siireyeil and County ( ''urt ils u> ]Wt" tH'ek I ment by Zach II
The football squad will play friend became : Doug::is M.: (k
\ in 1954.The escaped from Bryant and the headquarters for threecountoiH'ratmn. i sOn\'illp'
of
| anew attorney
their last
County JumpsIn regular season game fo Unit HereRates'Excellent' mobile x-ray unit will beat ran the first time he tried to :I parole and probation supervisor. The
the entertainment of the indictment
grad1Creen the Starke: Hotel on Call grab her. but that he caught I The man named to administer I ihaiged in.-.

4 Year SpanThe Cove now spoils a five !'It pet for three d.IYsOV.. 29- them with the car. pulled I her I the job is James F Bloodworth I women with assaulting Mi. Sun

win. three loss record and Coach ::0. Dec 1. from 10 a. m to 1 p. from the road and attacked her. I Operating under E C. Clayton 01 ling: with a pistol and hau clip

total personal income in Lennard Register predicts they'' 111. and from 2 to 6 p. m. Bryant drove her b.itk to j I the Gainesville office Bloodworth] / I,: pets Inc ; and beating, bruising amid
can be a threat if the Tornadoe j On 'IG' Starke; when .she 'nt) ill-treating
Bradford County increased 22 percent \ Inspection The schedule for other locations promised not will be in charge of the parole her

from 1950 to 1954 with the "let down." in the county is as fol ]I to tell about the attack. the girl and probation program in Bi ad- Mis ("artewall ('harg.j1. .1 t 'I

County jumping from the 49th to A special section in the stadium The Staike National Guard I lows saul.The ford. Union and Baker munlie two counts of aggravated a..nil/!
!
will be reserved for Bradford older girl ran to a I The other two
ne-ir-
the 47th spot in the state ranking unit. Co. "C." 748th Armored Wednesday, Xov. 21 A former resident of Gaines- women were ch.trjr
High alumni. ty house and was given a ride ed with one
for personal income. Ordnance Battalion. received a Bradford High School; morn title Bloodworth is a graduateof count of assault and
The Tornado Whirl Tuesday back to 1.\\\tey. Bryant was h. .. accused of
In actual figures. $8.319,000 rating of "excellent" on the federal ing. S:3i1' to 12:30: : afteinoon. 1:30 the University Floiuia and .. "aiding abetting, as
,
night will set the atmosphere for 811'I'.tl'lIn\ a Starke beer hall. ;, 'a i sisting,
I to 3:30. has been counseling
was the total personal income in I inspection held Sept. 26. lie woiking in various offices : fr" -ommandm,:
IS married but has and
the festivities. no children !-I
1954 compared to $6,820.000 in homecoming Highlight Lt. Col. Joseph C. Riverly. the Hampton City Hall; mOl nin of the Parole Commission I procuring" Mrs Carter in th.

1950. according to figures released I of the occasion will be thecrowning inspecting officer. said that the j 10 to 1 : afternoon 2 to .1. throughout the state. He is now .. .p. i second conn?.

by the University of Florida's of the homecomingqueen. unit was one of the best he had i, Friday, Nov. 23 making his home in Starke with :Mrs. Starling was .

Bureau of Economic and Bur.'ness seen during the series of insipec-i: I I Brooker. Colson's Stole; morn- In Circuit Court hi:. wife and two small girls _* I I a cashier at a Starke employed A-

Research. The Whit I will Ret started at tions and indicated it probably I I ing. 10 to 1; afternoon. 2 to !5. The Starke parole office i.s one if the time of the incident supermarket She

Although a significant gain has 7:30: p.m. with the queen Sl'Ile.//'would have received a top rating i Starke. Cook's Store: morning. of several new ones established is divorced and the mother .

been noted in personal income duled to he ushered in ot "superior' if the unit strength )i ilO to 12.Starke I 5 Plead Guilty I throughout the state as a icsult : little girlNeither. of .t i

the County has not kept pace with Three contestants are vying fo' had been nearer the authorized Bradford Furniture Co.j; itt an appropriation givn to the -- .. Sheriff p. 1' Heddisli
the title with the decision to he number of 124. i I State : 't.-as-4 ) g?; i nor State's
the state as whole which jump- 1 to 2:30. Parole Commission h, 'he Attorney T E

fl l 46 per cent in the four :year made by the students in an eleo-! Two men joined the company Thomas Lumber Co.: afternoon I j To Auto Theft !'l.ISt legislature. : : ; Duncanrmld discuss the < -f.p'Ted t i

period. The 1954 high for the tion Friday State Rep Doyle this week bringing the total enlisted 3:30: to 5. I / With the increased .stafi per [ 4 L tnv extent Sheriff ReddiMi

tate was $J5,313.000.0 compared E. Conner will crown the queen strength to 90. The newj| Saturday Vov. 21 I J nutted by the appropriation. 4 j :Mr.Starling told him the !o"I'

to $3,641,000,000 in 1 50. j Th.- "onlestanLq'IU'.> :\t'lisl tecruits are' Landon GriffU of I Starke Reno Theatre; af&r- i Five youth> in thie,; st>\\larate I Bloodworth said, the programcan place at Hampton LaK episodlook Tli-.

In personal income per capita Stalling lepresenting the senior 1 Lawtey and Ronnie Mundoif of* noon 1 to 1 and 5 to S. cases pleaded guilty Monday in''' be more effective!} handled sheiiff quoted her as saying this

ranking Bradford stood in .r>Mh class; Pat Hobbs. junior: and I ::;t: \'ke. || Lawtey. Roberts Stoie: afternoon Circuit Couit charges; of steal- j:.nce each officer will have fewer \ women puked her up at her

position in 1954. the same spot it Sandra Carmichael, sophomoie .j 12 to 3 and 5 to 7. ing autos in Staike. I persons in his charge and can a 1 apartment after she had finished

occupied in 1950 The actual personal Other activities of the Whiilj! Pecan Auction Tuesday. %OV. 27 Judge George L. I'atten gne more attention to each J.\MKS BLOOimOKTIIElectric I t. work drove her to the laki where

income per capita rose from will be skits by student organizations -1\ i Starke Staike Hotel: moaning a pie-sentence ordered case. I I I'Bloodwoith tt the alleged attack occiim.l sit'-

$f 95 to $T7 in the four-year and a gigantic pep rally. A total of 6.783 pounds w er< 1 10 to 1 : afternoon 2 to 6. investigation in said his job is tojtake Worker then drove her back bout,
I the case of Iiobeit itan'
lelio.t The winners of tuikeys in the I sold at the pecan action last I Wednesday. Xov. 28I Eugene Norman :. the position of a counselor ,i Stite's Attorney Duncan

In the'ate an a whole! the' Seniors Fund Raising Campaign '|' Thursday. officials of the Staikcj I Stal kt'. RigDad Mfg Co; I' car .from IS. charged the Hatliff with stealing Used Car 3.I J! with the. person on parole orrobation. Hit i By Current; to comment at all !sa\iti:"efned ,' Ii.idnt .

Per capita personal income averaged will be announced. State Farmers' Market reported. 1 1110rnin,!:'. 9 to 11 I plot : d want to "tiv the .
Oct. i
on 13. "i n-
S1.506 in 1C! :>4 as against Organizations whkh have pre- This was a drop from the previous RJE Colored Si hool. Reno: afternoon -I!, 'i I The paiole officer helps the :>Severely i Burned the newspapers.

H.314 in 19.10. This was an inlease pa led skits for the night's pro-1 week when 13,722 pound I to 3 The other four Leroy Addi-i[I arolee get adjusted. helps him :.; Witnesses appearing hef.- ...
!
<' of 14.tt per cent but the train include both the Starke and j were sold. but officials said the son Charles David Thompson. ,, with his personal. financial and! grand jury included l
!'other : Mrs St.i'
Bradford PI".tthe I Clair C. Pehl Jr. and! Duane Dike-1 i problems. A j.uirneym. in !lint ,man was h
1KJ4 figure for Florida was still County chapters expected both quality and pound ling. Mrs Frank Hoover

only 85 per cent of the national science club glee club filwpe.Jtrlub. I age to pick up at the next sale 18 I I Months AddedTo ) man are awaiting sentencing :I]: "We aim get"on them if they sO't'rehurned]' last; Thuisdav N Fnnnie Silcox. an.III'* Ni Mi,,,
Pehl 21. I('get out of line he added. I Ii I afternoon when he touched '
and :
average Population increase in ]2th grade 11th grade. lOth' The price on good quality nut- Dikeman, 22 Another i i Cassels. Mrs. Hoover
the state for the same period j grade fith grade Sth grade: and ranged from 12 cents to 23 1-2 I j ; Navy desertt'f.s.1'1 t' captured i i important phase of the 69.0(10'olt conductor while working Starlings landlady. Miss wafM. -

amounted to 27 ]>er cent. Beta club.Members. cents per pound. with 6,014 pound! 2-Year Term last Wednesday night in Orange I i!j rarole officer's job is to conduct 1 i iresentence on transmission lines on stat worked with Mrs. Starling guI. .< "< -
The listed I I 'park in a car owned f investigations. In J Road 100 near the between I .ttit'Ers
report goveinment of the football squadare : sold Grade nuts ranged from 3 ty Cleatus I, this he overpass \ Cassels is Mrs SItu 'haag
i activity '
hs the largest source of slated to speak at the Whirl 1-2 cents to 12 1-2 cents with .111 i : Ward) of Lake Butler. They were i investigates the Staike and Keystone I mother.

in the county. supplying incoIIII'1 I and the event will be climaxedvlth pounds sold I Of Prison InmateA charged with stealing the car I backlound of the man. the crime I Heights. Maximum
,|awhile nsI the cimtrastaneps sunounding I penalty for :sg.c.d : \ "
j.er cent Retail and! ") I a bon fire and pep rallvj At last Thursday's salt> the I S it was paiked in front ofi i it I The man. John W. Astell. 29 0', | assault is five rears
and
:n
I
reports finsiii
trades was second with It.SI The i" and 'ariet'rle '! Ithe Magnolia Hotel heie. findings to the i ii Cheifland. was rushed to
per j homecoming parade range \ : Stuarts. ,.. th t ; i or a $3.000 fine
ent. State rr >n <-00\ :cl with I iJjdge.i The investigations; are artmportant
9.88 Manufacturing: urnishcd i j i scheduled to begin at 2 p m 17 to 20'an: Demon and Prochera. two jcais to no on a forgery State Trooper A. J. King whoi:. i factor in determiningthe I Bradford County Hospital. I
per cent mining and fisheries -I Wednesday. The wil' 16 1-2 to 21 1-2 nabbed the said '
marchers : Schley. 23 stntence was brought into Circuit pair they had t action which the judge will j Asbell is an employee of the V 0 TIC K;

605., 6.S per cent and agriculture stall at the high; school proceed: to 23 1-2 SeedlIng 16 to 17 1-2: Court Monday just long enough stolen Virginia license: tag but I t take lilood.voith r.nd || Paul D. Jett Construction Co. 01 TO ('()JmES"O ffXTSSD

tin Temple avenue. circle through: | Mix. 15 to 17 1-2: Randall. 12 to to he dealt an additional tSJnonths j t had not had time to put it on the The parole officer is required Lakeland and was working "r VKRTISF.RS

town and go back tn the school I 15; NVlson. 17 1-2. and Presi- car I j
,' j for eSt'apmfrom prison 1 ; to see each person under his power lines of the Florida I'owei Due to the
SCS Fish Fry Several floats have been prep.ir-!j 1 dents 15 cents. laM JuneJudge Dikeman. of the USS Ware. ancM I (supervision at least once a month. i t and Light Co. under a subcontract Thanksgiving holiday

ed 1 and the high:: school hand will I ,, The next pecan auction will ( George: L. I'atten levied Pehl. of the USS Hunt had left Uoodworth said. With the addi-i tI I H. T. McDamel, supervisor Of on Thursday. Nov 22 Th'

The Bradford County Soil Conservation march. IN held \\eunesday. Nov. :!1 toe sentence after the prisoner their ships about three month? tion of the Starke office. the load I the project. said that Asbell ft el' Telegraph will be printed a day.early .

Supervisors held their The final event on the homecoming t John L Mi Gee. pleaded guilty ago at Newport. R. I. and had officially (.n the Gainesville office has been to the crossbar after being hit I \\'t'pic. on Wednesday of next

annual Fish Fry last Thursday agenda will be a dance: WOW NoticeThe I to escape Sheriff I' I). Reddish been classed as deserters |' neatly relieved he added At i the electricity bj All correspondence, .trivet

night at the Methodist Recreation, after the ball game Wednesd.\\ sfcid McCee was a trusty when Addison and Thompson face adI i i present 57 cases are under Blond from the pole by and workmen.was rt'mo\'er'I' tising copy. church nntll'et'l..
must be in
Hall. night Sponsored bv the senioi 1IIf't.1 he escaped from work worth's our hand tv Monday:
Woodman's Circle will a gang ditional auto theft charges in De1) supervision in the three His doctor said
Attending were members of the I class the dance will he held in I j I Nov. 27 at S o'clot in the WOW States Attorney T. E. (TedI I funiak Springs after being sentenced : counties. Befoie the eriabhsh- his condition last night that j ;afternoon in order to m!<1I1'.. pxib
is still
Board of Supervisors families the cafeteria. Admission will be'':' hall All members are urged to I Duncan moved that a. bieakngj! ;]I by the Couit heie In I ; lent of this office the entire doctor said Asbell suffered critical. The I i l Iication

and friends. ; $1. andnteiing charge be I IS area was handled seei -
attend.to pr.ed Staike they weie charged witt> through the i I ond and third degree burns !
after McGee pleaded guilt to !Gainesville office. onO'er Recent Birth
: : j ji
stealing car from ,
a the Hardy'Brotheis .V cent
GO per : of his body. As-
AGAINST SANTA i
FETornadoes the escape chan Motor Co i, In pointing out the advantages !a bell's
In other cases. John Hemy of supervised parole and head arms and the trunk j Mr and Mrs. S G nO' .'. i .'

1-ane. Negro. pleaded guilty to a In a written statement given tr | tion Bloodworth: noted proba-I of his bodv: are severly burned i Lake Butler announce the bIrth

charge of the sheriff, Thompson said thedrove ,\' i cost of he said.Elk p' of a daughter Carol
Lose 310The I aggravated assault and i supervision is only 80 Yvonne N'm
Judge: Patton ordered a presentcnce the car stolen here nearly !i,cents per day as_compared with 7 at Doctors HospitalHAISLOP

investigation as requested t i to New Orleans then turned I j a minimum cost of $1.50 per'J'! Initiation

Uradtoid lligi.! '.it..,. JII I \ .lid I by Lane's attorney. Hollis Knight around and headed back. Thf j day, to feed a man in prison. not
1 UI'| : .itnl! 17 in-. I b,' fned for tonight'game ''
the victims ,' T.'rlliu..1 d owns up : Judge Patten deferred sentence statement said thestole. another I 'to mention the cost to society of The local order of B.P.C). Klkd: PLEADS
were of I I
a The oach I i net! in that aiea for
I from "day to day and term tterm" 0I car in Defuniak. I caring for the prisoner's depen will hold an initiation Monday GUILTY
Register saul )
: th.it IN
last week some changerin several and has BAD
.t the hands "f the yean coached I The men were I
on Homer Lee after picked up by i dents.13esdes.. night Nov.
the Geiger i 19. at their new home I
I will be' i
Ketteilinus Yellow Jackets And ( lineup when the Tornadoes seen tonigh'It'ruJa"l take Bradford many of the boys who will battle Geiger pleaded guilty to non-sup- the Highway Patrol near Qumcy : Bloodworth 1't'l 1arkt'd. 'on' E Madison St. The guest of CHECK CASESFred

according to Head Coach Lennard the field tonight port. State's Attorney Dun anrecommended In the statement. Thompson said I when a man is out of piison he honor will be D.DG.E.r. Thomas: '
Sante :
against Fe. Santa Fe has lost
five
Register the Tornadoes weren't The Santa Fe team games, the deferred sentence that Addison had troken into I <'('an earn money and ontnbutehi. E Mallem of Jacksonville Dm- Haislop. aCounty Cr>td','['.
is an unknown tied two and
won or. v Losse: saying that theml'n is now'iving Mitchell's Drutr: store on Call St :! share to society ne1will be served at 7 m : farmer. Mondav med > .d
%ery glorious In defeat.: quantity foi the BUS were to P. I\:. p
: Yonge. Lake '
I City
with baa wife and working."Aft.r j and attempted to break ir.to the guilty in Cir uiJ f' <,i r'ch.irges I"
"'riR! <1. hut Re<*iqll'r evnerts them
Conceding that Keteilmus has Madison and MonticellolOil l all, the purpose ,'( the A & P store on the same: night of issuing five .... ..

a strong ball club and thai BUS ,..\ IN to take care of the ihildIniiuan the car was stolenRotarians Starke Joins Other Cities In Seeking! I...-.. checks totaling; v'' !

I said. I and ,
asked
was handicapped by injuied plav- 4 Judge 1/: < : I

ers. Register said:: the team should: Hni1'ortis.. Negn. (.'ended Tour : Patten for time t-i d 1

have made a much belt PI showing '.; .' i harge of aggi.ivited Assurances Of Supply Of Natural Gas ; of his property ";tr'l! .t t

than did ; .. ,,'Willie Turnet Neji-o. Plastic Plant en the matter up." I
they
"> _u 1\! to non-support The I II 5iidfe Patten orrl' "' I

"\Ve played the stru et -. !d.!t'd! a pr '-.-,' itenie \ tour through the pi.mt <.f '\wi'ire: ..: t..'it :,t I irs.! .'. ;I.j! ',.': !i.'j:: ".' Ti.'i.: : J t--: t'.nveif srnU'KP investigate,'

of the season," he decried { .' .". :in the c,1 i ..' of I'nited Plastus was enjoyed by mcue a :'iiffdrnt a..r>ur.t 0'> :Mi'f a W T Jnk<-, ': an i \\. I H c.nse; I

The coach sail he w .ibarrassed" ,"-. ...t..1 Rotarians Wednesday after their natural: sris wi.T. tht -'..'!tem g:..t- > L, '-.. i N"epei Huhp'a.. ch.'i' 'I
:
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at the w.i\ t '.' . .tes m which !h- de- noon luncheon met'tngin! the into operation were Bought l
played It wasn't the ,., .' '. ''in'! not !.pen appiv..ndliansfer Garden Restaurant. The member week as fcur city off:<:.al;:; joined | 'itt' put <>n a "preferred: list tc. Denmark, a $175 < v; r .

\\'as sn disappointing. !u : ti! !h ,' .. ".. : :" the ,(1)1 enioyed seeing the plastic sign !|| with representatives of other assure no !interruption in gas flow I Norman a $3ftO i

t lie performance of tlv d" ket. These case in- making operations' of the loca' )| Florida cities in meeting gas The Starke representatives reported :; Volley! Starling. a ';"," 4 :'

"The defense couldn't t tand 'I e .'U. d t ".ne against Frank Ben- industry and also inspected the 1 company officials in Tampa in ar" the company officials were re I j jceptive to r: T. Crews ..-.'
Ifi! .!"., ,.iv tharged wHit i si" !; plant's d.vision: Florida Boat 1 attempt to iron out differences to I I
the offense ooulJn! _>< new the opinions of thfi f'hfk to C. O. Bit. ,
'. the State |I't;!'oi in' Shields. which have between J' :
ing. Register said. Tlie1 i arisen (<\1' : municipalities and would make :' The checks were w : '.

f'\f'l't< were seen over am! >n Jos. II Arnold president ofi I tracting municipalities and the! reply in a few days. : the Fanners and De d.! .. i

'Ig'tintht> game The :S' \ \VCTU United Plastics.. conducted the ) company. I The cities became alarmed last I of Lake Butler. Th- ,r I
Notice
srustin* lads would kuk" ; visitors through the plant and j City Council Chairman T C : week when they learned that 15TJ I II tion charged that Hi.-, ;

Bradford would try thnv 11'- I II.< "... .it \\'CTt111 lilt'. t Fri- : explained that the boat shield" (C'fft: ) Hazen Jr. and City Clerk, million cubic feet of the 250 ml Il- sued the checks k r: ... i'

and punt. then the Yellow .1 Iu k lUeir.oon now being manufactured here are Carl Johns said that the main' ion cubic feet a day for which the had insufficient fti.-l I* '' 'I
i\ at 3 o'clock! in the !
ets would push for a tOUt hh).\'I > shipped throughout the nation objective of the municipalities was gas company is seeking a peru ii. them.
i The Tornadoes gained only om. : >O ( KNTiis: : ha\e U-cn snapping Hi.- lull and keeping the T.: nare! annex. A report on'he I! as wen as South America and to obtain from the company a had been contracted for by private Four of the ('h.., ;k-,
1 State
Convention will be
, first down during the night i pl.us rolling all season, not to mention filling i>nc of the must important the given -I' Canada. firm agreement guaranteeing sufficient power concerns. Telegrams expressing : passed in March art- '.
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by president. Mrs. Florence
f proceedings anJ netted only If I I "V'ti4 in the defensive line. Centers on the Tornado squad Hippie and others attending-' The program was in charge of gas for the power plants i dissatisfaction with thir I October.longe .

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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs F. S Campbell.Mr. Mrs. Robert Taylor and childrenof AGE TWO

editorialElection and Mrs. Rowell Prevail Olustee \'lsltor5tonJa: >' m- FItIU.11'0'E.MRFR: 16. 195C

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy and family were Sunday guestsof cludede Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raul! ez when she heard two ft :.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Souther- erson and :Mrs. W. M. Sikes and Mrs. J.Y.. MoRae returned children
of Brooke t'lu'.itie: a
Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127TTTTVTTYTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT land in Lake Butler. granddaughter of Jacksonville home Sunday after a two week
Dwight Thomas v ::g :ui: I
Mr. a.1dIrs.. M. J Mi-Rao visit with her i
Costs Point The L. G. Crews family of Heil of parents, Mr. and
Starke :Mrs Lillian Miller of La- Mrs. V. B. Wheeler and brother lane calling her f-c r i l.itl
bronn spent Sunday with the
1'1'lwn House in November, St. William's Mass Theodore Crews family. Belle, and :'oIl's.hnnie: Whid,ten John Wheeler and family *t had brought the::. t -.e-j; t

To Need For Redistricting I.. Successful Event:: schedule was changed so that of Tampa. .crotsbni Ala. night with then gia.dpueiand i|
The W. E. Gault attended
family ,
the H. H. Lewis Mr. and :Mrs. let them out : the car
on 1st, 3rd. and 5th Sundaysmass visited his aunt Leon Conner andMrs. !
The General Election held last week brought Tuesday, Xov. 13 was open church in Palatka on SundayMr. the mail box the u ih*
will be at 11 a. m. and on :Mrs.: Charity Glisson. at Lake Clemons of Heilbronn set <-- on ;
house day at the Keystone
.
ani Mrs. Frank Sweat and
forth some facts and figures that have direct Heights school in observance of the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8 Geneva one day: last week Inn visited the II M McR.ie- near the Lewis 11.':1..'
son of Jacksonville were weekend!
hearing on the debatable subject of installing a. m. Mr .md 1 Mis H H 1.\ Sind; r. .iftein.Mi": : : .
National Education Week. The F
guests of the Carl Carter family Yur'I.I. LOVE the new t.
voting machines in Bradford County at a time affair was sponsored by the PTA PersonalLt. The O. J. spent the weekend: -.'. i n' ," :\1' I II I Ii I.. .", 1,1.1 ell l i brook pnise-siie fountain pens
Phillips wereSunday
when there are about three "emergency" uses The day began with a genera: and Mrs. Roger B. Dowst evening family of with their! >..i- t- 1 : ,,._ '.'. .' :" :,,,' :,1'. ,'\, : ': pastel ..Irati..... OnU $S.Oi: .It Brunrd
guests
supper :law. :Mi ..M.I:\ M-: 1.- ., .li.. ." ." \
dollar.
for every available tax assembly after which parents of Warrington Fla. announcethe Mr. and Mrs James Phillips II' ( aunt> TI'II'I r.tllh.

The total cost of getting the votes cast and visited the various rooms until birth of a son Roger Loring, Starke.Mr. > t.'o.. -' "
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counted on Nov. G was $1,024.45.: A breakdown ecess time they were served on Nov. 7 in the Naval Hospital and Mrs. H. C Kelly sncr.' -- -
coffee in the auditorium by Pensacola. Mrs. Dowst is the
Sunday afternoon in New Riv. '
hows that in Lawtey there were seven i poll
Mrs. Chester Moody PTA presi former Mikey Browning, daughterof with :Mr. and Mrs Roy Tomh-
of 143.50 : .
workers. 546 ballots cast and expenses $ -
BUY NOW
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Browning
( -or a cost of 27 cents per ballot. In North dent.A son.Dr.
of the the of Keystone. .
highlight day was II. G. Eollinger of 5' "> V @
Starke, 17 workers, 1533; ; ballots :258.50: expenses
attractive display of nPvv chil- Miss Anna McCuliough is a filled the pulpit at the Methods'
-about 17 cents ballot. South Starke eight
per dren's books, and parents weregiten winter guest of White Feather church on Sunday. in the .;
workers 806 ballots, $154 expense-19 cents per the opportunity of purchasing Court, having returned Nov. 9 of the Pastor. Rev Tn.v V ;/

ballot. Graham, five workers 65: ballots, $91.08 suitable books to presentto after being in Washington, D. C Wakefield.Mrs. .

l'xpenJote-I..11 per ballot. Hampton five worker the classroom libraries. and Pennsylvania for several Victor Anpleby ar-l l fin '

229 ballots $100.10--12 cents per ballot. Luncheon was served in the months. of Jacksonville! Rt'a..h.'il'll'd M-

Theresa! five workers, 157 ballots. 91.85 expense cafeteria to all visitors for a The Keystone-Melrose Girl and :Mrs.: J. E w"arlen list tt'i; YUVALlTY !

-58 cents per ballot. Ilrooker. five workers nominal sum. Scout Troop enjoyed a cookoutat end.Mrs.

193 ballots, $97 expense-50 cents per bal Mrs. Bill Moigan was hostess Crystal Lake Monday, when L H. Hill was the S'I'

lot. New River: five workers, 45 ballots.: $85.40: last Friday at a baby shower and they had a school holiday. Incidentally !- day guest: of Mr. and Mr H.iHi.:

l'xpense-$1.90 ballot. morning coffee for Mrs. Joe we have had the goodnews Jones in St. Augustine
per
Pawlikowski. The honoree received that a Cub Scout Pack is Bobbv Norman James Shuf.i'1'
The wide spread in cost from 17 cents pervote
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many lovely gifts from her being formed here under the Mr. and 'olrs.'inton Pnui I";

in the county's largest precinct, to $1.90 fiiends who attended. direction of Dr. Dick Powell. Gary Bennett. Truman Nornv-

fJl'r'ot in the smallest clearly indicates that The TB Mobile X-Ray Unit will Mr. and Mrs. John Russini are and Terry Futoh. attended t'>. 1 1

failure to redistrict the county on a more equitable l>e parked near the post office in guests at White Feather Court. Football game in St August

basis is costing the taxpayers a lot of Keystone Heights on Friday, Nov. being newcomers to Kt'yston"Heights. last Fri.t1e"ening..

money. The election law provides that each vot- :U3, and all citizens are urged to Mr. Russini is a Iu- Dave Shuford attended the F:>..

ing precinct shall have as near 500 voters as i is take advantage of this service Pont employee, and is associatedwith ida-Geors-ia Football game ''

Bradford County has one precinct with which is fiee. The hours are 10a Humphieys Gold Corp. Jacksonville: Saturday afternour
e
practical.
around :2.400, and two with less than 100. Such fi m.m.The to. 1 p. m., and 3 p. m. to We are glad to know that John Those on the sick list this wed!:

does not make for efficientor p. ( Bouts) Detweiler is home from are Mrs. Mary Reddish Carl Pte
wide discrepancy I'TA executive boaid will
the hospital and feeling betterall watt and Mrs. J. O. Anders
economical operation. meet at the home of Mrs. ,\. A. the time.Friends Miss Enza Blanchard ha,1Sun

In recent months there has been some talk Hamford in Lake Geneva, Mom of Mrs. Dale of aguests Mrs. Nell 11(11and

Bradford County. dray niht.00:; \". 19. at 7 p. m. Harry ...
Misses
in
of installing voting machines Lake Butler and Lake Brooklynwill F- .tht'l1l50n: am! !
will
St. William's Catholic Club
They could be financed out of our share of regret to learn that she Arthurine Blanchard of .Iai-k-.ni'
bake sale
have a Wednesday
the annual race track funds, it has been said. morning No21., at 10 a, m. near suffered injuries .in an automobile ville.Mr With ft.
'1 his proposal has been opposed in some sources the post office. accident last week and i<= and Mrs. Arthur fttin! tr'h : .. WASH

by those who believe that at this particular time The Woman's Club Bazaar will in St.'incent's Hospital Jack daughter of Pittsburgh Pa'e' -I
; ; Thursday guests of Mr and :\TI" CYCLES
Bradford County can find better use for $ j.IOO be held at the club house Satur sonville. C
Preston Green.
or $:>0.000 than"to spend it on voting machines, dIY..Nov 17. starting at 1 p. m. Mis. Kyle McMtntry. who re- Charles Brooking ..f GamesviHrailed e' CONTINUOUSLY RECIRCULATES THE

desirable as they might be. A turkey dinner will be served cently underwent surgery at t.Vincent's on his old friend, A V WASH WATER
from 5:30: to 7 m. and tickets; is making fine pi ogress ,.
\\'hile'oling machines are one of the (progressive p. Blanchard. Monday. y < A full tub ol woih water continvoutly rtcircuiote* a"''"9
and returned to her home Wed
steps that will eventually be taken by may be purchased from members Rvatn-Strickland both wash and rime pciiodi. Acti alor$ washing oeronon.' .
fir at the door: $1.25 for adults: nesday.On :: : .." clothes p rte by piece! through three sons of waihing oction
it should be kept in mind that Miss Julia Elizabeth ,'klan-' '. .
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County
Bradford Ii:> cents for children under 12 Monday Mr. and Mrs. N ., 'J Sand and till on oulonaiKOlly forced Out at the bottom olaihbattel the
or less of a luxury. While they and Joseph Edward Bason. hot" ; .. and flushed dove the dram
they are more
St. William's Catholic Club W. Hardenbergh Mr. and Mrs. '' "'
to its complete of Jacksonville were married on I
report
would enable the County after the hold a shoit. important meeting Ralph Crawford and Commander! XOt: at St. Francis Xavier ::,:'>, Damp-dry spin leaves many articles

election returns within an hour or so after 11 o'clock! mass on Sunday, and Mrs. Ray Chance enjoyed a Catholic Church in Brunswick. Ga ,-':,:' ready to iron

polls close, they would not cut down on the cost XO1 boat trip down the Oklawaha and The bride is the daughter of :Mr ," ',- :...:-,..:. Extra large lid permits easy top loading
would .
of holding elections, and the initial cost Starting with the fast! Sunday Silver Rivers. : Famous G-E Activator washing action
Clifton Ellis Strickland of Gaineville --
take funds from our schools hospital and general long-wearing porcelain washbasket and
t rrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrrrrr.. sonville the and the late Mr. Stricklandand
spent weekend with
the tub
of county.
operation the the late
Granddaughter of
her mother. Mrs. H. C. :
And even if the county were in a better position UWTEYtty \ Crews. Babe( Mr and Mrs. T. J. Terry Thebridegroom 5-year (C-E protection plan
Normal and short wash to suit oil
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financially to install the machines we do Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Padgett of is the son of \1" ,., M I cycles a

not believe this step should be taken until the Mrs. Joyce T. Fiiti I. Maryland visited Mr. and Mrs. Maiv Bason of Freehold N. J T fabrics

precincts have been reapjwrtiond so that each Edwin Padgett on Sunday.Mr. and the late Mr. Bason I

machine would carry its fair share of the load. ..AA.u.uuu.uw..AAMr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore hadas Mrs. Bason was graduated fron _
ttfl95
We can see no justification even if the county and Mrs. Ernest William Sunday guests Mr. and Mis Giinesville Hieh School and fret

had "money to burn," for installing a $2.000() and son of Lake City came to be Drew Reddish and son of Starko ?t. Luke's Hospital School n' WA. $

machine to tabulate 45 votes which is the total with the Hubert Priests this and Davii Moore of Jacksonville Nursing Jacksonville. She is pre'
staff at tit
entlv on the nursing
number that was cast in the county's smallest weekend and helped Lama eclehrate Commodore Crews of Tallahassee ::::::::: :;:::::::'
o6 election. his third birthday on Sun is visiting his family for a few hospital.Mr. tfj
precinct in the days. Bason who attende. % eenen\

In addition to the initial cost, and the expense day.Mr and Mrs J. B. Gaskins 'an" Mrs.: Ktfie Boatwright and schools in Freehold, is servingwith !rctxlctAa
other would the U. S. Navy at the Jacksonville
officials
expenses
of election family
.
daughter. Petty and Mr and had as Sunday guests .tNll THUJo
develop with the installation of voting machinesthat Mrs. Carl Hilliard spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Hodges and Naval Air Station
would The counle will reside in .11 i V.sonville .
do not exist now. New foundations in Macclenny with Mr. and Mrs. sons of Jacksonville and Mr. and ,

have to be installed in most of the county's Vanice Keene and family. Mrs. I. .1. Manning of Manning until Mr Bason receive;
his discharge from the 'leI \::. r'- NOW G.E. BRINGS YOU.
eight {lulling places, a storage building would Miss :Mary Julia Fetch of Tallahassee Station. month. .
costs paid. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johns next
have to be constructed, and storage was the guest of her Mr. and :Mrs Fonzo Pu-vr, *
would be the of transporting the mother and brothers from Friday Mr. and MreKHis McCormickMrs.
There expense and family of Starke visited: \ h.
to storage place and until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Jesse Hinson and son. of
machines from precincts mother Mrs. Sonic Prevail or
mechanic Futch and son spent Sunday: Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs
time and
back again at each election a Saturday.Mrs. .
Fetch Charley Durney of Raiford visited
with the family.
to be on hand in case of mechanical L. II. Harper and s".nKingslev ,,' ;
uuuui nave Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns on Sun- BEVOLVIN.SHLVES.
Lake visited her |I" u
difficulties.
nns of Jacksonville visited the
consider the day.The ents. Mr. an.1Irs., Call; I PH-VI"
let's
example Carl Vanzant familvisit
As a specific R, W. Mosleys last weekend.Mr. -
case of the New lliver precinct, where each of and Mrs Joe Starling ami f'drs.. Lois Smith in \\'aycrossGa. on Sunday: afternoon

the 45: votes cast on :\oG cost the county $1.90to daughter:: fleraldine. :'oIl'. and Mr on Saturday.Mrs. ...tr.P....tttr..tr.tr..tr tr..
protcss.tJuld this cost be reduced if a voting James Starling and Mr. and MrsCharles Nellie Mae Dryden of Jacksonville -

machine were placed there? In the last election Starling and daughter was the Sunday guest of LEVEL

one clerk three inspectors, and one deputy attended church and dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis. FINE
Oceanwav Baptist Church in Mr. and :'ors.rnold Valent::
It is possible
needed to man the precinct.
were if Jacksonville! on Sunday. Alton of Jacksonville are visiting the I l.y :Mm. II. \I. Mi'Kite
would be needed avoting
that one less inspector Dobbs is the pastor of the church Ed Carters.Mr. "
used thus reducing the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThere
machine were The Winton Parrish family and Mrs. Guy Futch had

cost by about $17. Since no tabulation of voteswould were Sunday dinner guests of as guests during the weekend Mr was a good attendance

be necessary, the other workers would Mr and Mrs. Fred Lang in Clay: and Mrs Orie Garrett and familyof Sunday: School and church last

work fewer hours thus cutting another $15 or hill J Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs Sunday. Rev. R. J. Teity h:mightthe oATA: NEW LOW PRICE

$20 from the costs. But; the price paid I for the Mr. and Mrs Ronald Raulersonand Johnny Crawford of MacclennyThe message. He and I hi* faiml\ .

voting machine no matter how many years the Mrs. Pearl Raulerson of :Marietta Harold: Eunice family spent ale leaving for T.imp.i! and \\ II'

spread over plus the cost incidental attendee the Mark Raulerson Sunday Maxville with Mr. and make their home there foi a while:
are
payments and opl'mtionH1uhl much more Revival and were dinner guestof < Mrs. Jim Godwin. where he has been called as a

to its upkeep :\1an1i Mrs. Ernest R.iulersor Sunday guests of the Ed Dur- Minister. We will miss them i fir: W 1957 Dial Deft
this.
than offset on Sund.iv. bans were Mr. and Mrs. George they hav' meant so much ti '. _

The Supervisor of Registration points out Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tucker Williams of Hampton. ant Mr ail! at Pine Level Church
little saving in the cost of ballots visited the Karl Sunday visitors at the H1:
that very of Jacksonville and Mrs. David Durban of Jack-
would be realized with the installation of voting Teston family :Sunday afternoonMrs. sonville.Mr. :McRae home wee; :Mi, and Mi.B .- wREFRIGERATORi

machines since the law requires ballots for the Susie Norman of Jacksonville and Mrs. Frank Griffis of L Hiltiwangei] and motile:

machines and election officials. besides two spent Sunday with Mrs Starke spent Sunday with Mr Mis Florence Haltm.inge1! :and _

sample ballots for each polling place. Also required Lou Norman. and Mrs. James Griffis. Mi andT, : A F Hall and mldien. nn ,.art! -. i ,1
of reduced Pendarvis familv were Martha \ all nt .liicksimille Ml amiCHARLEY ,
Bill
are a sufficient number The : Mrs. Mae Wells and the ,

size ballots to election officials so that onemay sightseeing at Cecil Field Sunday Bales family had as guests during < "1"I "
desiring sam afternoon. ; the weekend Ernest Wells of
to ek-ctor
be given any
The D R. Stone family were Ala.. Mrs. Ruth Barthlowand
Mobile 0 -
be printed.
Absentee ballots would also have to Saturday dinner guests of MrsA Mrs. Effie Mae Green an.' -.J f-' I J 1
would eliminate the I : Sturdy Removable and AdjvilobleDoor
machines Mr
While voting E. Phelps in Jacksonville. family of Middleturg.Mrs. 'i 'I Shelves

problem of vote-counting. it seems to us that and Mrs. Stone attended the Mandy Manning and ', .!' = I Full Width Freeier Hotdt Up lo 4SI

the cost of this luxury would! he ill-advised at ida-Georgia Football game in granddaughter Rose Mary Manning C -, COM: I Package of Frozen Food

this particular time-especially when both the the afternoon.Mrs. spent the weekend in Starkc I I Egg Radii, Butler Compartment

cost and time problems could be tackled simplyby Clarence Mosely and children with Mrs. Lottie Mae Davis f I I Three Mini-Citbe let Trays

redistricting as should be done anyway, and of Jacksonville spent Sunday Mrs Mrs. Debris Price of Plant = r -r-- M "I I I I Simplified Temperature Control
with her parents. Mr. and 'isitinrs.. Setve Starling '
is \
City Automatic Interior tight
training poll workers so that they will becomeadept f': \ I ( I
Tanner.
Dave ; Jr and family.
in using the new method of counting hal- Mr and Mrs. D. G. Wilkersonand Mrs Leona Edwards spent Saturday I

lots. Miss Gloria Anderson spent and Sunday in Gainesville I

An indication of the superiority of the new the weekend in Jacksonville with with Mr. and Mrs Carl Edwardsand I I I 50

each is the V D. Dickerson family. daughtersThe I t
method of vote counting. whereby race
Mr. and Mrs. \\'. A. Kirklatv' Leonard Griffis family of
counted separately, can be seen in the efficient
of Ocala visited the Arvis Kirk- Ptarke visited the L C King family
job done by the 17 workers in the North Starkeprecinct E. JOHNS & SON
lands on Sunday.Guests
1:1stH'l'k They were able to on Sunday about this
processthe of the Jack Craw ford Rev. and Mrs Larry Forte andMies question

1.533: ; ballots cast in a little less than five during the weekend were Mr Kay Hudson of Gainesvillewere MODEL

hours, counting one of the 47 offices and issueson Rosa O'Neil and Emery Griff. Sunday evening guests of I'olio is only one of many HOME Of IS12P ONLY

the lengthy ticket every six minutes. Clerk of Starke. Mr. and M-s. H. II Hamilton diseai-es that can cast: thou- iI) e l.
( SEE THE COMPLETE UNE OF G-E REFRICRATO _
Charles Hardy estimated that under the old call- The Aaron Sumner family Norman Hamilton of ,Jackson sands of dollars to Then t

tally system it would have required 30 minutesto <.p"*n! Sunday in Lake Butler with! ville spent the weekend with h--- there cure i.1flgf; ;>r0'M tgf h CC/ctt 11-A y

count each office, or a total of 24 hours forth Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ParrishMr. parents. is the chance of personal %, total'"

entire count. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkin Milton Clarke of Macolenm injury from :sports, "tTRlt .Y.

Other precincts were slower, since their and family of Jacksonville visited spent Sunday with the D B trips, or accident around the e i
Mr. and Mrs. 0 J. Anders la,;- Thomas family.
workers. using the for the first house. Does your agency hate
were system weekend.
family of
The
Floyd King
We Service We Sell
Everything
time, whereas the North Starke workers had triedit :'olrs.Ima Hamphill of .1.1' k. Heilbronn spent Sunday with! Mr insurance to cover expenses -- --- I

out previously and got the system down pat eL from both sickness and accidents -
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With a little more experience. the other precinct --- ? ?"

workers will increase their speed with the result THE BRADFORD
COUNTY TELEGRAPH
that Bradford electicn totals will be available G@ Je MCGRIFF

within two or three hours after the polls close. pWSj, EST 1879 Charley E. Johns&SonAgency

By combining needed redistricting with a M FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER

thorough grounding of poll workers in the new a PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY

t counting system, we see no reason why the voting i UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

process cannot be simplified and speeded PUBLISHED
; up EACH FRIDAY AND ENTETD AS SECOND CLASS

; without the expense of \'otingma hjnes during THE MATTER ACT AT CF THE MARCH POST 3,OFFICE 1879. A1 STAPKE. FLORIDA UNDER !Phone 13 Starke Fla. STARK, FLA

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: guest speakers will be obtained and Helen Pick. The girls and Orlando James Home left Friday -, I
for services at the church fat the teachers enjoyed eating the to return to Denver. Colo. I .
Kj Sirs. D. E. Hill I several Sundays. candy.Mr.. where he is stationed with the 1 FOR A HAPPY H 0 L i DAY I JANE PARKER
I Thanksgiving Program and Mrs. A. Zacek of Air Force. .
'-AAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIfound At Sthnnl4dnesday Hampton Junction have just returned -I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of jI j tI
DiscussesMmt A Thanksgiving programbe will from a three-week vacation -I Jacksonville, :Mr.: and Mrs. Charles ; JANE PARKER CHERRY
Widening trip to Winnepeg, Manitoba.Can. : ,
held at
I Hampton Elementary j Snowden and labof, Games-
where they visited with relatives -' (I
A discussion of opening and I I i School Wednesday afternoon, Nov ville. and Mr. and Mrs. Emory
widening streets in Hampton and 21, at 2 p. m., Mrs. Ola M. Perkins and to Toronto, Can. Brown and son were dinner guest PIES
paying routine bills was most of principal, announced Mon I Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Haws of I of Mrs. T. F. Brown in Hampton I
the business brought up at the day. Parents are invitej to at Des Moines, la., were dinner Sunday, in honor of Mrs '
November meeting of Hampton tend. guests of Mrs. :M.: P. Birt and" Brown's birthday.Mrs. EmOP'1 8-inch tlftc
[City Council, held Wednesday Mrs. Florrie B. Brown on Tues-
in
Teachers each
and students Oil Pel kins visited :l.11 rand
night last week at the hall day last week. I
city
grade will present part of the Mrs. R. E. Starr in Gainesville [ i
Widening of the street running program, with songs, recitations : Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Birt of Sunday afternoon the occasion -' .t
between Navarre and Pine Sts and instrumental musical selec I Gainesville spent Wednesday: last j being :Mrs.: Starr's birthday
was discussed, but since right o$ tions. Rev. Marvin Faile, pastorof week with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh i ii z. JANE
leases would have to be obtained I PARKER
way the Hampton Baptist Church Birt. j and Mrs. Ethel Tidwell droveto I
no action was taken. will give a Thanksgiving messagein :\I!'. and :Mrs.: Leonard :Melton: Plant City last weekend for a i
The Bradford County mosquito place of the regularly scheduled! of St. :Mary's: Ga. are the par- II visit. Gail Saxon accompaniedthem ',t+ SPANISH
spray unit sprayed Hampton a service Wednesday af S r.' OVER 'A FRUITS & NUTS
chapel on ents of a daughter born in Jacksonville on the trip to Plant City I
week ago last Friday, and a repeat ternoon. on November 6. She after a week's visit here, and her | y
spray was ordered for Mon Six new students were enrolledat weighed seven pounds 14 ouncesat parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward BAR
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day this week. The mosquitc Hampton Elementary School birth. :Mr.: and Mrs. I*. L Saxon, met her in Plant City tI <' :' $1.35
spraying: was approved at the last week. Edith and Esther \Vis- Melton of Hampton are the par- I return home to Eau Gallie.
October meeting of the council- ner, daughters of Mr. and Mrs
ents. I Wisner and J
:Mr.: and Mrs. George 20ozcaJce3ftc
due to the mosquito population: George Wisner were transferredfrom '
Mrs. Louise Jones or Trenton I children of Indiana arrived last I
increase since the extra rain from Rome, Ga. Freddy! Marvin spent several days last week | week in Hampton with their
the storm last month. Barbara and Effie Stanley were $2.65
at the Raleigh Brannenhome CAKEAMERICA'S
are
visiting I house trailer, which they
The office space, voted on at transferred from Archer. The i A4
with her granddaughter
and i parking at Hampton Baptis j jI
the last meeting of the council Stanley children are living with Miss Norma Jean Jones. ;I i Church while working in this r'
I'I'i
has been completed, and record i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stanley, who (
I Mrs. DeWatcrs of Brooklyn, N :i area preparatory to going to Bra- f A&P's Pure Veg.
and equipment have been movedin. are custodians of the Alachua FAVORITE
last weekto
Y. arrived in Hampton zil as missionaries. The Wisner "' $3 85
'
Voters at the election last County Camp at Crystal Lake. CAKE
attend to the pecan crop on children are attending Hampton FRUIT CAKE!
week offered a view of the newly Thursday and Friday of next her property here. school while they are living here SHORTENINGDEXO
completed room at the northwest week Nov. 22-23, will be school '
Mr. and :Mrs.: Arnold Haddock Guests Sunday and Monday .rr
corner inside the city hall. holidays for observance of
and son spen iast weekend visiting with the A. M. Bryants were their
fittest Speakers Scheduled Thanksgiving. in Orlando with the James son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and OVER % FRUITS AND NUTS \
At Christian Church ".11 Club NVws children
and
Damon Nolan
Rev. Carl Andry of Gainesvillewill The Hampton 4-H Club met Broome family.Mr. Mrs. Oak. Everybody loves fruit cake this season of the year... of every cake is choice fruit tidbits and crisp nutmeats
will be guest speaker at the Sun Nov. 8 in the school auditoriumand and Mrs. Joe Forsythe T f of Live and your first bite of Jane Parker Fruit Cake will!tell! At these bud'. t-happy prices, it's grand to serve, to 3 I Ib
of Ac&Ffr8SS
I day morning services in Hampton elected officers as follows: F. Forsythe, Mrs. Ina Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Madison Lee you why it's America's Favorite.More than two-thuds give and especially to eat.V' can
Ronnie, were Sunday visitor Cocoa were weekend visitors with I
son.
Christian Church next Sunday. Brenda Sue Hinson, president; J
Mrs. J. H |
in Brooker. the W. A. Saxons and
and Rev. Charles Moore of Mac-: Brenda Lott, vice president; and I
clenny will speak at the evening/ Amelia Williams secretary. Mi,s, Mrs. A. L. Sullivan ofl1am' : Saxon. \I
service, according to WillarJ M Ross gave: a demonstration on' and Mrs. Arthur Milligan o' I II QUICK FROZEN
Jones, Ocala visited last week in Hampton -: DEPENDABLE
pastor. making peanut butter, coconut FOR \ OCEAN SPRAY
with Mrs. T. F. Brown and
Rev. Jones, pastor of the church roll candy, and was assisted by
J. Biannens. Mrs. Brannen GRADE "A"DRESSED
.. ._.._ the J. Control "
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------ :Mrs.: Sullivan CRANBERRYSAUCE
I OIL' are sisters. Mrs. D. W. Moore of I I =r .
AND
I FUEL j I Starke visited Hampton with Mrs i Household & Commercial h
I Brown and Mrs. Brannen las' Pest Control S E
: Thursday. The J. J. Brannen Mrs I GrOSpraing I : # DRAWN YOUNG
''I I For Dependable Keep Full Service CaV j jL. Brown. Mrs. Sullivan! and Mrs < &i '
Ml
jI Milligan were supper guests orthe Call Fit. 6-6035 I rT5wnHSW'' ( AN>:
, I I Raleigh Brannens on Tuesd.n i II I .$ JS' >> TENDER

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Allie Mae Starling !Miss Joyce Bolton Mrs. James Groover I
BPW
Club Plans seemed to .
he i'or.fl \Veds Men higher pnonU !:-t' it the ".'-1 i-vr.
Phillip MurphyIn :[Honored At Shower Honored At Shower New Year's Dance !' would be m> :t-hoitag. of pa.-. run low.

I Georgia Ceremony |i Although they are seeking per- i
j Miss Joyce liolton bnde-elert I It has been *
estimi'e-i .
Mis James mit for only 250 :ii'! \\
million
Groover was feted Mis EKa! Stewart and Miss i : cubic reel
<0: Wednesday Xov. 21, was the I. at a lovely baby shower Wedne- Madge Middleton were hostesses' after the initial permit has been the use of natural ga': the t-. .\ ..
inspiration for a delightful mis-
day ('evening given by Mrs. T. C. Thursday evening for the November -! gianted, the company will! have save around $;OJ'Itl'l a \"- i.icsti .:
given Tuesda Hazen Jr. Mrs. Drew flathff. and meeting of the Starke Dusi- i little trouble gaining perihissior of operating, :tnc '
/j' t.
ewnmsr at the home of Mrs. GW : to
Gladys Mooty Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. at the homeof ness and Professional Women' increase the quantity, the officials plant. -
I
Aldtiman
Phone 35 on"alnut street I the latter on W. Lafayette St Club. The president. Miss Della i I claim.
Hostesses for the I
Meanwhile
affair were Mrs Gas the aeanngs w t.
A Rosenber, conducted company officials '
pink and blue color motif the business said .hat
Alderman.
Mrs.
I
George Anderson .
I i was achieved with session and plans were made for i the agreements with the gas companies' bids for 'ipe1'! :.
i ipower
Mrs lovely pri -atf
L. A. Canova. Miss Av. arrangements .
are
Eunice Carol Barrow And the New Year's Eve drawing to :.1 close :
Jack dame
WainwrightAre Let Edwards Mrs. Carl Mathews i i of pink roses placed at to be concerns were necessary Washington The

Married Waycross Baptist CeremonyThe inn Mrs. Warren Peikins. I vantage points throughout the sponsored by the group. j the financial structure of the $15T Federal I'owei Commis decision t>'f (till
million >um :> \
Lmeiy arrangements of autumn party rooms. Little pink and blue Committee chairmen reported j enterprise. Johns said. It peeled around the first ,

sanctuary of the Central seed pea Is. She carried a cas- flowei.s} were used throughout the I paper diapers holding pink and. on their activities during the was pointed out that the power I II ye.u"
loptist Church in Waycrosa Ga. cade bouquet of bronze FUjii I' iI 1 Aide man home to decorate points I blue mints were given the guestsas i month and the program on gift I i concerns purchase their gas dir I

was the scene of the marriage mums centered with bronze grapes :i 1 )f interest. The tea table war I favors. The beautifully appointed wrapping was given t.yTrs.. Edna ectly from the fields using thf

<>t Miss Eunice Carol Barrow to and tied with matching satin'! beautiful with a Madeira cloth I lace-covered refi eshmenf Stone and Mrs. Lillian Pearson. gas companies' lines to transport Tax Collections

Jack Marcus Wainwright in a ribbon. i and .'entered with a five-tranched table had an artistic center arrangement The District Meeting will beheld it.

ceremony performed October 28 H. C. of I of pink roses and a in Lake City and all members I. Sta.ke has signed I About $15.000 tif the Cour.- -
Wainwright Lawteyj i antique silver candelabra holding i a contract $215.000 tax roll has been coll,.. .
at 4 p.m. The Rev. Julian T. served his brother as best man epergnettes filled with yellow stoik Lighted pink candles ir are urged to attend. Members -, with the Houston Gas '
Co.
for UK ed so far. Tax Colleitor .T 1.
Pipkin officiated at the double and ushers were Lowe L. silver holders balanced the arrangement are invited to spend the |
Wainwright -!' chrysanthemums and lighted yellow purchase of fuel to operate the Kelly said this week.
tapers. All appointments
on power plant and also for
I resale
bride is the daughter of L. Shuford of Lawtey, and B. lIII.r. the table were of silver, carryingout cakes and sandwiches annspic'd of the Lake City Club. 'I consumers. Hazen pointed out this tc Kely pointed out thatI :r. '

Mr and Mrs. Thomas Alvey L. Hattaway and J. D. Strom of | a yellow and silver color nuts. Mrs. Ratliff pre- week that there is no threat 'ent discount will be madetaxef. .
Barrow of Waycross. and Mr. Jacksonville.For sided the tc paid in November milt'
I motif Mrs. Beecher Payne of at silver coffee service; Meetings Are Held i the gas supply for
consumer sale
Wainwright is the son of Mr. and her daughter's ember the discount IS 3 pertr'!
wedding I I Mr. and Mrs H. D. Starling of Starke was assisted by )[rs. A Appropriate games were played The disturbance has
Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright of Mrs. Barrow chose a dress oft! F. Miller of Jacksonville at the during the evening and prizes By WMU Circles | arisen O'erthl' in January. 2 per cent In Feb: .

Lawtey. I.ght; blue with matching acces-i Starke announce the marriage of silver tea sen-ice. were awarded to the winners. gas supply for consumer sale al Y. 1 per cent and in M.i'i! :
their daughter, Allie I The Lottie Moon Circle of the plant which is on an "interruptiblc discount is _
Forming the background for sories and a pink carnation cor- Mae to j roc given Beginr..rin :
the wedding were palms i i sage. Mrs. Wainwright, the bride- Phillip Murphy, son of Mrs Mae Guests were greeted at the I The hostesses presented the I First Baptist Church WMIT met rate basis giving the company April a penalty is as.;,'--. ;
party honoree I
with
and emerald fern trees centered groom's mother, wore a rose wool Murphy of Lake Butler. The door by Mrs. Canova and presentS memento of a the baby occasion.car seat; a? I Tuesday night at the home oftMrs. | the i i.ght; to inlet rupt th<- How fill Kelly said.

with a cluster of magnolia leaves. diem with black accessories anda marriage took place Sunday afternoon ed to the receiving line composed i a I J. O. Gay. The meeting j --

The central arrangement was pink carnation corsage. Nov. 11, at 2 o'clock at of Mrs. Alderman Miss Bolton j I Invited to attend this delightful was opened with devotion and!

composed of white chrysanthemums I Following the ceremony thebride's I the First Baptist Church Kings- and her mother, Mrs. E. E. Eden- affair were 30 guests. I prayer by Mrs. A. R. Norman That's Our Business

: parents entertained at a land Ga. with Rev. Charles Davis field of Jacksonville. Mrs Perkins I Highlight of the meeting w.t '
and yellow V
pom
emphasized by an arch of seven-poms reception in the education bUild- I performing the nuptials.The invited guests into the gift I High School PTAThe I I a program presented by Mrs 4 If It's Glass We Have It .

branched candelabra holding emerald ing of the church. The bride's bride chose for her wedding room which was piesided over by Norman entitled "Joy from the 1 CALL WRITE or VISIT

and table overlaid with a white net I Miss Edwards, assisted by Mrs High School PTA is teini;.: Wells of Salvation" in the four \
tapers gold magnolia
a lovely black and pink Cora Marshburn postponed from Tuesday. Nov. 20. Joe Peters Glass CO.
of statirwith
I'
leaves. This was flanked by bas- lace-trimmed cloth over white 1 tweed suit complimented with I I KeystoneHeights. of a radio broadcasting
:Mrs. Anderson and Mrs until the following Tuesday Xov.
taffeta centered correspondents
was with the : five foreign
kets of yellow and white chrysanthemums ;
and candelabra hoMo- three-tiered wedding cake trim- '! pink accessories and a pink rose Mathews were hostesses in the 27. at 7:30: p.m. due to the Tor- Assisting were :Mrs. E. D. Patra\ FOR ANY CLASS NEED

emerald tapers. med with yellow roses and top bud corsage. They were accompanied dining room. and were assisted in nado Whirl. School Mrs J. O Gav. Mrs. Leola Rob We Design Modern Store Fronts

ped with sugar bells and valley to Kingsland by their sen-ing by Misses Martha Weldon ent II. P. Morgan uP'rintend-1 erts. Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mi- I Just Mail Us A Pattern for
The organist. Miss Joan Fur- mothers, Mrs. Stalling Mrs
lilies. It flanked and and Linda Kay Sale. The beautiful speaker.
was by alver I I H.trl: :Miles.!
long of Starke, played nuptial Murphy.Mr. II Table Tops
candelabra flower made
holding yellow tapers. arrangement were
selections preceding and during Yellow ribbons attached: to the) : and :Mrs. Murphy are making by :Mrs. O. L. Beasley and MrsJ. J\lethodistVSCS I The business meeting Robert's was lender piv 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
the ceremony and accompaniedthe shIed over by Mrs.
cake extended over the sides of' their home in Lake Butlerwhere W. Kincaid. I : I. served th
,vocalist Mrs. B. C. O'Quinn and refrehments by .
the cloth where nosegays of yel-I' Mr. Murphy is employedat The hostesses presented Miss The regular business and program
"1 Waycross. The traditional wedding hostess.
lcw porn poms and valley i Spire's Grocery.HalfCentury. Bolton with the cream and sugar | j: meeting of the Methodist i i
marches were used. '
were attached. The punch table, I! I set of her ihosenrystal pattern W. S. C. S. will be held Monday' Circle. Mis Bradford \Wholesale Motors Inc.
Doris Knight
The
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Given in
marriage by her covered with a Madeira cloth] as a memento of the occasion.. I :afternoon at 3-30; oVIoc-k in the ,
father the bride wore the wedding Club I ,Charles Daiby leader met Mon .
held! the silver punch service j Calling during the appointed j ''hllll'h samtuaiv with Mis CD.1 1 133X; Temple .he. Tel.! 3IA'RO4S x

gown of her sister Mrs. that was encircled with garlands j ]Is Organized Here hours. 7.30; to 9 oMoi I k. were ap-, 'Williams president ( onducting,1", dae"enin at the First Baptist
Jack Hyers It was ballerina 'I Church with 10 members presentThe
"of and ; ; FROM COURTHOUSE
frosted : :
ivy grapes. I i proximately guests: I t he meeting. '
length of imported Chantilly lace I II After a wedding trip to points Organization work for a club I program was presented inMis.

over white taffeta. The long 'I I rI f N S. Dankel. prograrj'ohaiiman.
of interefi !
in Florida
| : Mr. and
for people 50-years-old and above
sleeves ended in points over the I I Mrs. Wainwright returned toi 'I was well underway this week as I J '' assisted by Mrs. R. OJDansbv Everday A Bargain Made!
rids The fitted bodice was: I I Mrs. Dave Paulk and!
i Waycross where they are at a meeting was scheduled for 7:30 I
j
styled with a mandarin collar on: 1 Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Refreshments
home at 302 Pendergast Street. O Lower
Down
tonight (Friday) at the St. Maiks | Payments
a scalloped and the bouf- : ,
yoke
Mrs.; Adolph Gay
I :Mr. Wainwright is a field representative Parish House. i i were served by
r>nt skirt was paneled. Her veil Easier Terms
I for the General and Mrs. Dansby.
01 fingertip length illusion net Motors Acceptance Corporation I The Rev. W. S. McAliley said _A i I
i
was attached to a scalloped lace II in Waycross and Mrs. Wainwright -,' that anyone inteiested is urged to I This week ha.s been .1 little onj Judy Ellington is secretary in ,1 The Ethel Biggs Circle. Irs''
i-ap. trimmed with iridescent u>- I attend i 1 Check With Us Before You !
is secretary at Durrence tonight's meeting.The j the dull side. socuhspeaking the new Parole Commission office J.Y.. Ritch. leader met Monday Buy

a quins cascade and seed bouquet pearls.of She white carried Fujii I I Pontiac-Cadillac in that city. I, first open house of the new I but guess it's a good thing for here Melody Cuttino c"el-j I, evening at the home of Mrs.and L ,II

is for Thurs to have breather before the F. Dinkins with 11 members .
group being planned us a ebrated her 5th birthday anniversary -
mums and baby's breath centered I i I
ICircle \VSCS Nov. 29, at the USO. The events store. visitor piesent. Mrs. I* A ; OUR GT.ILTEISATISFACTIOX
with two yellow-throated orchids I I. day big that are in last Friday afternoon witra I' one

and showered with satin streamers I new program is sponsored by the Next week looks like a merry party for 50 youngsters at the I I I Canova brought the devotional. |' CHECK WITH OUR :MANY CUSTOMERS: BEFORE

of baby pearls. Her only I Circle of the First Methodist Chamber of Commerce and representatives whirl, stalling off with the annual Camp Blanding officers club I j Mrs Rub Johns presented the (II YOU BUY
WSCS met Monday night at the of churches and designed with Mrs. T. B. Hard- Iin I
ornament was an antique cameo Tornado whirl festivities at the Her mother; Myldred Cuttino was program

which belonged to her great aunt. home of Mis. L. C. Champion.Miss for the fellowship of the "oldei stadium Tuesday night at 7:30.: assisted by Nell Griffin and Mel I Sr. giving a report from several -i

Mra. B. L. Hattaway the bride's Phyllis Martin of Lawtey, people" where they can make and the colorful Homecoming Parade ody's grandmother, Mrs. Francis I countries where Southern ,I .

sister, was matron of honor and missionary to Ecuador showed I enjoy friends. Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 Beard Kathleen Thomas observed Baptist are engaged: in mission

her only attendant. She was at- slides taken in that country I Rev. McAliley said the club is Homecoming Game with her 8th birthday with six I I, work. A dialogue on the custom I
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DRIVER'S
tired in a ballerina-length dress showing the work done and the temporarily being called the Green Cove Springs Wednesday young friends who were her of Japan was given by Mrs. Ritch I your licenseBUY

of emerald green iridescent taffeta fate of the five missionaries who "Half-Century Club." I night and then (of course) guests at the Thomas camp in thr I and Mrs. George Anderson. The

featuring a scoop neckline lost their lives in Auca Indian Turkey Day all day Thursday. Scrub Pony rides and a weiner first two chapters of the" mission

with a scalloped yoke. The fitted territory. Mrs. W. B. Thompsonwas Card School lets out Wednesday after- roast were highlights of the book, "Japan Advances were

bodice with scallops over the hips co-hostess. Party noon for a long holiday for the outing Herb and Peggy Thornas taught by :Mrs. L. D. Haines. Re-

extended into the full. paneled Plans were made at this meet- St. Edward's Altar Society is rest of the week The Home- 1, were assisted in the arrangements freshments were served by Mrs LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo

skirt. She wore matching mitts ing for a bake sale to be held in card party in the coming Queen. who will be chosen by Lula Mae Beebe (MrsE. Dinkins. f fI

and a walloped headband decorated front of Barksdale's on Saturday, Parish sponsoring Hall a on Wednesday evening by secret ballot by the student S.) Sharon Locke and Judy I Membership Fees .. 6 Mo. Policies
with iridescent sequins and Nov. 17, starting at 10 am BoltonThe l
i Dec. 4, at 8 o'clock. Door body will be crowned at Tornado (Green) Cunningham celebrated \Veldon -

whirl and reign over festivities their birthdays on Nov. 14 '

prizes own cards.will be Admission given. Bring 75c. your For Wednesday The Ed and Janie Carswell are makIng marriage of Miss will Joyce take DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

Melissa Bolton and Steve Weldon
Lowell lovely candidates are: headquarters in her home
Mrs.
: reservations call
at
.a 133J. Stalling 12th grade: Pat Hobbs Avery Inn, 310 N. Walnut St.. to place on Wednesday. Nov. 21,

Mathews phone 11th grade: and Sandra Carmichael their friends They have been 3:30: p.m in the First Baptist I 136 W. Call Street Phone 285

10th grade warmly welcomed during the past Church of Starke. A reception will (!
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i' Officers HonoredThe afterward in
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Hear that Wayne Blankenship week with a round of entertaining be held immediately
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.0 .lf ... Rev. Father John Skeehenand had to have 15 stitches taken in bv their friends Among those the thun'h educational building! ,
sent
.e 4 his arm after cutting it severely I doing the honors were Mrs. Bertha Invitations are not being

: .. the officers of Holy Name on a playground slide. And Pearce Mr. and Mrs. Gu" Friends of the couple are ,ordi- ,

: I Society and their wives were en- Don Hillendahl had his upper Reese Mrs. J. M. Mitchell :Mr ally invited to attend. ZI -
:Whatever he' young
like
at Breakfast Sunday
; tertained a
and lower teeth damage and Mrs. Aithur Williams. and /

\ I morning at 301 Restaurant following -, when a nlavful ( ?> friend tossed Mrs. Lucina M. Claik .
/.he'll their installation services. Starke Seeks
like a I i! a football at the back of his head I Seems to he all for now .
Hosts for the breakfast were JoeArnild
i while he was drinking from a I Pee you in the next .
j and Steve Simmons. :
i | Also on the mishap Carolyn l
.. fountain
: Firm Contract GuRfltWI
.'. ,. SSI. ,. ,---F......>...,. '"...."'- _"'.-c1- jf- _..t.D .. !list is Mama Priest, who tripped I
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.n steps at the Baptist Church 1 1\/Trc: ppl1"'rp J.-fnctp"c

[' Iln.lav'pnine: and received the pevetp At IV'WmcT; ()f T TOP On Natural Gas -
bruises hl'ineto spend i
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f : i night in the hospital; I
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STAPKE Maxie Carter Jr.. Gertie McRae
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IF: p.av Cfroofwas: fw cfdtiner fnr

'I' and Charles and Juanita Dinkin I the TTniforl TVinwMwq of the ConVnVAm'x'r arrangement were sent to tht- >;u'

SUN., MON TUES. attended the polio workshon meeting I. fdrgt',. ", *."UnO'. (-,\ company officials from the mun
Snf.WI !r G Roosevelt Hotel in I
at the I -:.
:\O181920 I \\'pJ..cu1av of 1i1ct WAA>. Mrs. wPhrvs'ln'hPTnlls cipal representatives.
Jacksonville! Monday Appear I ('! y.J0. n'"c 'n-rl1""n. The Starke representatives sal'< I S

DOUBLE FEATURE insr on the musical program at that the 01., .a'
I J>n<1 r Hl rose gas company :

"To Hell and Back"TKCHMCOJ.OR this event were Jerome Edward Hardv! "en' used for df o"rMw>nsThA __ \ \
Archie Green Charlene z-
I moetinc v''''' presided ovprhv
Jovce ninny. Margaret Phillips !Mr O. T. Havppq chanternrqilert LUTHERAN \ \
H I i :o.tarrinudie; Murphy, Marshall Rob Smith. and Jan Mundoiff i I S
Fach r"niber "'''''I
.1 Thompson and Charles Drake Becky Phillips appeared as a SERVICESChurch
IIckM to fiin a memberduring
\$ ..... : \$(,47 i I '. .1i PLUS model I the vear.Mr new ( Of The Lutheran Houi

Ii4 ( ,fP, E1fr i Dr. Herlong entered Baptist j I ... 1, A. D<>vi<. renorte} op I

I _1 N Il I f'P g'j' I "The Girl Rush"TECIIMCO.LOR Memorial Hospital Thursday 'If I the highlights of the annual cnn- SUNDAY, XOV 18 Come InI r )

last week for observation and ference held in Bradenton in October. 7:30 P. M. ,

: ; ? 4 4I Rosalind KussHl and Fernando Howell Nasworthy is also hospit- I
j j,1 Todc" ,
; At
I.mna."iPlus alized for observation purposes Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, chapterTiictor'an I

Hear that Harold Godwin precentor d
Cartoon For Kids I a paner on 717 W. Cypress St.
BHS fullback was selected from "The Bishon Who Wore a Sword

., WED., THUR., NOV. 21-22 the Tornado squad to be a weekend MM. E M Rooks of Gainesville! Home of ;. Gntic High Fidelity on th<

guest of the University of|I and Mrs. J. T. Lawson of Starke George E. Kaufmann
DOUBLE FEATURE
/ f/f Tennessee attending the Tech- |i a new member were welcomed

: '- .. "Congo Crossing"TECHMCO.LOR Tenn. football game Horns |i at this meeting.Refreshments. I II coxnroTED BY I FAB'JlOJJ' ,J.1'FIOELIS'ri / /

ELGIN CAPETOWN Rugged modern ELGIN LAKESHORE. lummoui dots for the weekend were Jimmy Hazj j I were served during -
styling don in lh* procticol manna and hands mot,, this Rev A. F. GerbhardtPastor '
a smart watch Buck Gill. DeWavne Elder the social hour. I : _
Ma'ct 3c 7952 by day practical ol night. 852 Starring Virginia )Iso and en. Harrington all of South I true to tile! :1cauuuJ: !.!dclls'
and Bill 4
... '00.' ... George Nader Georgia College Jimmybrouzht I' I UK KK.IIT 1'Ol.NT for the I First Lutheran Church I available in African Mahogany or
= :you writ 1'. Com In and Blonde at !
C PLUS home with him SonnvjFennel select Champagne same price
L11' your man: a cars-rec [ your fa'orittESTERBRQOK Gainesville, Fla. 1
'- .gill":' of Waterboro. S. C. an.11 I Rich Walnut or lustrous Ebony to

"Man Crazy"Marring Cecil Hiatt ]I! Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH I choose from too! Lezs black or
guest -
MATCHED TO HIS OWN INDIVIDUAL PERSOKAiilY Buck had as a -- --- .
>('\ille Brand and also of So.-Ga. | brass finish and black $14Q,QJJ
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As low as k John Brown The James Bloodworths are residing j i record shelf. ootiop' Ii
Winds Itself Shock-Resistant "fORMULA FOR REVIVAL"
Plus Color Cartoon For Kids at 125 W Washington StHe's '- .
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$79- of the Parole I V-U Playtime -t
Waterproof Non-Magnetic in charge II I I
FRL SAT.. NOV. 23-21 Commission's new office in the I Model 2104speed ,
with;/ all these I Will Be Pastor's Sermon
Subject 11 .A.:)!. .
'Seep Second Hand D.T Ir.g DOUBLE FEATURE courthouse here the Eugene phono .
I I $
eotures/ I"'":a.. ,,........,j"" ........... Pearsons are residing at 916 But- _
"The Lost Patrol"Victor Vr Road. and the John B. Mc First Church Plays 18, 45, 33 ) _ _
OTHER nClN HITCHES IRON Baptist Hampton
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J33.75 [ElGIN[ e!"loN.! 4. ... '-.1 McLaglen Boris Kjrloff Kays at 51S So. Westmoreland i and 16'rpm .J .

tCOME IN NOW Use our quick, easy ElGIN! Personality-Style Guide. Wallace Ford and Reginald The James W. Johnsons and I records. .

I This Guide will" help you male the right choice Denny the Howard Thomases have rentpc*.* ,- Sunday School 10 .A. M. I $29.95 -- -- ..
ana ,
the Ptefanelli new duplex I .- '

Easy Terms PLUS monts at 703 W. Lake N 0 '? Training Union 7 P. )1.I .
LARGEST SELECTION IVEX'; I !
"She Wore AYellow Winn is occupying the Mullmcntae -
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on Brownlee Road Evening Service S P.1.: BullingtonSTUDIO

Ribbon"TECHMCO.LOR Bad :and: haron Locke are mwin .

ROBERTS JEWELRY ? Saturday: to JicksT.v 11.'. ,, i\ "Hour of Power" Wed. 8 P. M.

! where Bril: is employed with National .

i: John Wa\n. I Biscuit Co. The Fur.I : ;' I,. "Come To Worship Co To Work" AND GIFT SHOP

! "Your Friendly Jelfcler" t Cartoon For Kids I 'one-s are moving from the Sieo'botise : .

Plus Serial Chap. S : ; on B'ownlee St to the new I 1 k MARVIN E. FAILE 101 W. CALL ST. PHONE 263:

: 142 W CALL ST STARKE, FL.I .\. ,, "', ( i i Hogin Smith house on Highw ,
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I IILI.-t 1 I r.-II&ca .i i Ca-e :Ni !1".1'! :'; H -.i. t.. .i' ,I .,,\\,1.- T, :: "j 1 1Sr ,. .. ', : : 1. .
-I Mr. and Mrs F B: Beard Jr i :Mr. and Mrs E M. Davis antear. 1 | Notice To Apprari .\'.i.,.i" .i '.'"' 1 I ,' '1' .s. : \\ : SiFi-.t, \ '. sri.r! .

e e sts_rflsS r.s tar s rwsrsn nss srsw rf II of Sanford spent the Mrs: George Anderson were visiting To Kl Jimr K. 11\ wh I "-,' M-.V 'I' .' \i.. are hereby notified that a ,'..1 1,: -r t 'v ,! \ < \ P ," :. ,
and family J..t,1; r.l. O. Mv T- : -Ii':: .\S l .' : \ 'f -i i ( '|1 '
I I Miss' ami! ad.r.-s! *' llftli'jth' !.it-! spi' f"r di\one iT-1 ;i-t 4.\ i i.iri'i Jl < g.p'h
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weekend with Mr and Mrs. ::'Ir!'. P. E Stone and : ,,-.t'' nue .\liian i .'. uliin ,."nf r,,! of j"tir., r i !h !hIh !r" .1 :.- tL.- {> >!i r .n J.i \: I I..' \ V: I J. t -. '. !I', ,. .: .
Sr. at Kcgsley Lake. i j Mamie Anderson in Archer: on i You are hvrebv notified that a i1- I.. 'i fiN il a!<.t"-! : '.u In "" Ut..i.1 H !"!)*.. :H I I I ..i .1!,Mi
Beard ., ,' ,_ i I' iTO
l'flc-sn-'i.t.f i i
stilt f"r duorie above named Court and cause and : 1 : -' i ..
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D. Haines attended :i,Sunday. ..,' ,. ..
L. .
Rev and :Mrs. { ,,has been fllrd aal".si you in th* >ou are required to serve a copy of x l'I \
the Southern Baptist Con- : I'REE TIKKEK; : IKnl.l's :,abi'\e named vnurt and cau e and your answer or pleading to the complaint i'
you are retjulred! to serve a copy of on the Plaintiff's AttcrneyMuk I
Orlando from Tuesday :Isunoro: Service station S I
ieience in p.m. your answer or pleading! to the com- S. Futth -'" ImipitVx-
to Thursday. i, Sattirda.v. ,, II tint on the Plaintiffs Attorney 1.1 i.<. -.rk., F'l-'r.lt THE CITIZENSOF
i I <1 C !>.ott. 301 Plinth Buildng. and file the original in the office of
THE NEWS Mrs Herbert Thorn: was hos j Mr. and Mrs. Welby Griffith Ja<'k ..nville. :2.? Florida. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or BRADFORD COUNTY
weekencgt.ests a',;:! file the original in the office of before the
tess to the State Farm Bridge 'of Manchester Ga. were
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
( l"Ih <01.1\ if I' !:.I. !" "
.4___ _- rss rSS S r -. Club on Thursday. of Mi and Mrs. Clyde or before the otherwise; the allegation!* of saidComplaint ,

Karen Poison is ('on fined iI' j Penny Hollingsworth spent the j Sinclair.Mr. i :2fltli? day of ;N..\tuuuier, I'.G: will be taken as confetsed We wi i-h lo epn.our deepest appreCiation to all of
I of raid
and Mrs. Basil Humphreyand otherwise the allegations oy jou. |
Mr. Dot tors Hospital this week \\ithj(:weekend in Lake City with heibrotherinlaw and Mrs. R. B Thomas ofi Complaint will be taken as confessed This notice shall be published i I
son Memphis. Mo. were ; i and sister, Mr and I Mr and liv you. once each week for four consecutive ) (Ill who helped in anv 's ay to bring; about the favorable -
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stud- torsihtis I i i Lake City were v.sitmg This notice shall be published weeks in the LTadford County Tele- ,
visiting I and children -,Mrs. J. L. Hair and attended Mrs. R. R. Thomas on Sunday.Miss once ecn week for four consecutv! graph.
still and Mr. and Mrs Albert Lee Mrs. M. R Baggett '! football i' weeks in the Bradford County Teicgraph I i..at- 4 this 7th ,1.:0.:. ,\ ij-- i; endorsement of a ('ountv \ idt' Fire Control Unit
the Homecoming game ,
Pierce are visiting : Odessa Thomas of Lake (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlei A. Darbj
i last week. Rathff I of Foil weeks. I Saturday and dance in the eve I'City spent Sunday with her Dated this 23rd day of October. Clerk of the Cirtuit Court for Bradford 'ount} at the polN November: 6. We
Mr. and Mrs. Drew friends here for two i Iq- R By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
ning. mother. Mrs. Hester Thomas. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby II.' P II .
spent the weekend at Ponte Vedra Mrs Allean Moore and Mr. and j Mrs. Herbert Thomas and McKnight. who is employed \ Clerk of the Circuit Court reali/e the great amount of hard work that was done
Eustis
with friends and attended the Mn Junior Fillman and son of |daughter. Kathleen were visitingjMrs at Titusville. was home fly Marian I* Crosby.10/26 Deputy:? 4t Clerk 11/16 In Circuit Court J1radford ("UUDt,.

3ator Bowl game on Saturday Tampa spent last Friday night i Irene Roberts in Palatka on Florida) In ('hane.r,. on the part of a great many people. and we will alnavshe
weekend.FUMKK .
for the '\4)fIJIb I unl'ruu" 1. F TIT"n-.n..I'! Ph ,: %
The Young People's group of with Mrs. Inez Kelly. *I Sunday. I'LAXTS AljssumI'etunas All |...r.sonhaiHi; laim-. "\ (!.-- IVnnu Mat Th'II1I"i ] "n. 1 I.. j.r.lui', < grateful to each and one of ou
Church enjoyed FLOKIl I'I.XTSI '''''lUn. j FREE TIK KEYS at Dodl'sSunoco I inand aK.im'-t th* ..,tat. ..f L.iurt "-I-. ;N" ] 'S'i every )
the Preslyterian I Calendula, Stock, Snapdragon ..e oVakle>.. fit.i ,'a'-ed. art1herela Order Of rubllrntiun and :Notice To'"I''UrI
Saturday evening to the IVtunas Calendula, Stock, Snap : Service Station, 8 p.m. G i.- 1I0t1CiI'II' and required t.' .\ Male lit I'lurlda 'To
and I.tlphila.t
a hayride groundson \ and GyjiMiphil.i. Sis-1 Saturday.I ) I fil.- tli>'u' t Conference dragon trunk's.. Piadf..r.Ii..unti. ] "-nit ',. nd( .ii.I-------, i ,
:Montgomery the County Judge' nf I. t : : .1 :
I and
and Mrs Kwell Lawson .
Crystal Lake. The 2;) young trun1..'! Mrs Ben Borders and son I ... Florida in lb.I'ount> t..hIrtI Mn < t, VI I '1..1 i '.'\ l.i tjvvide Fire Profl'diuniIl he one of the n'attte %
and son. Jimmy. spent Sunday in j lii'U- St.iik... Floridaitii ineiplit You arti> 'tiirtd| t' ai'ar on !!
M < in
roast J
weiner :Mis Sunday :
folk enjoyed a MIs. J. E. Hardy Bruce.. of Branford were calendar monthfioin iii'I -
on the grounds. Vickers, Mrs. Ned Yancey and 1 Wildwood visiting. friends. afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs : publuatmn nf. till notue. IT the forward ever taken b} Bradford County and will benefit -
games M. F I
Mrs. H. A. La.wson.Irs. same will !lit-i onie void anordmi. ;
was called to :Mrs M. II. Sheppard were shopping Eustis McKnight. TURKEY
Tom Williams .Hazen and Mra J. D. Doyle were to law. either directly indirectly.(
or
man woman
:Mrs. e\ery
death L. and >56.
S. C. due to the in Jacksonville Tuesday.I I Mrs: O. Beasley This i\ember 14. 1
:Monetta, of last
in Gainesville Thursday WILLIAM P. WEAKLKY,
the weekend -
of a cousin. J. L. Jones and baby. I, week where they attended the, J.V.. Kincaid spent Ancillary Kxe<.utor of the 1-- and child in the county. In protecting and furtherdce1oping
DtxMV I their homein : at Fernandma Beach visiting tate of Laurence OVeakle.
at to i
returned SHOOTINGNORTH
FREE TIRKEYS j Katharine, lecture and the Christmas work- C. P. Tison. First pultlufction ;November ti>. lr>:'tfIt ;
Mrs.
8 p.m. Sunday afterspending with :Mr. and 12 '7MI one of our greatest natural resourcesour :
I Sunoco Smice Station Jacksonville I ship conducted by Mrs. Lynwood I W. Hieatt and childrenof 16 4t ,
1 weeks with her par- Clut Mrs. L. .. I
Garden
two for District 5
Saturday. i Price '
(i Dayton. Ohio are visiting Mrs | IK n in mourns: \ timberlands fire protection will ine\itablv, result -
F. V,'. Reed and childrenof 'ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Williams members at the Armory. lropi ,ulv. will 1- receivtd byt
Mrs. Torode before moving to Slark.'Ioriol.... until
Tampa. J. T. Clardy of Day- \ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth;: Sanford |' Doug Traphagen of Pompano Miami Pauline where they will join :Major i i 7 h.City.:tft IM <.f
Beach. and J. F. Clardy and of Jacksonville were Tuesday evening Beach was the overnight guest 'II December 4. 19r:>6. for the furn-
tona guests oftr.. and Mr. and Mrs Herbert Hieatt. i-hiiiK of 1000 gallon |mmpcr and (Count
Zephryhillsspent dinner of
daughter Voncille of i Monday I, alternate on ;:;o gallon' pumper AT RAYMOND CREWS
weekend with Mrs. Sarah Mrs. :Maxie Carter Jr. !Thomas. for the City of Starke listed and
the Nollnian Add Dir.kms of Jacksonville Asks i il I,.M.1'1 i thed in t his.* specifications. PLACE WE; THANK: YOU
Hunter and family. Mr. ana Mrs. W. H Miss Committee J-a.-h! bid shall I be stliuitted. in do- --- -
W. UHaislop their son-in-law and :, fipent the weekend with Mr pliiate. and shall I... addressed to
visiting
Mrs, Inez Kelly and :Mrs. were fail 1 Jllhll,. Cit rlerk. filv of
Dmkms. >
II Charles
spent the weekend with daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby and11'5. Willard Pass and Toys For Baskets I I Clarke.' Florida. marked "FriJ- Sat., Nov. 17th Bradford County Farm Bureau
Dodds ir in their new home at | Mr. and Mrs. I i NISIIIMi= OF 11100 iI.UiITMI'; : -
Alton Dawkins. I II
:Mr. and Mrs. Thursday -j family of Tallahassee were I.K: AM: AN: AI/TKK.NATi But
Jacksonville.Mr. Kmpire Point. Jacksonville. I \ \\'el'k-I will be emphasized this i OX T.-iii (5ALLON Pl'MPKK:' and 9tol2AM.Ito4P.M. Bradford Cattlemen's Assrn.Bradford
Mr. and : Toys County
last week. .end guests of dtliMnd tlin.iifh I litlii;.)I or oth- .
: an Mrs Mr and Mrs. Donald Conner I GI'n' Christmas baskets. All leik. nt> Hall
.
Jacksonville were visiting Richmond I Mis. Irene Johns of their All pioposals shall I I.1g.' ." d on County Soil Supervisors
Lucile Davis on Tuesday. and Mrs. Ida Dekle of of Cove Springs spent Monday with adults and children who want toshare I a .point of delierof "'IIIII'nll'lIt.
:Mrs. Nelson Dekle askedto the 'Ily of Stark.Fbi id' i .
return and at
Mrs Steve Weldon will Va. and ,Mrs. C. D. Williams. their older toys are Tir''try res\.k id,- lltrll to

home this weekend after spendingtwo Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stefanelh leave them at the Starke Fire \\a iv.- iiiformalint s ni anN <1. t trijeit .< I t.I--! .,lWII'ft.J .

weeks with her soninlawand Mrs. J. ]I. Ritch ana Mr. '!and children of Tallahassee spent Department or at the Chamber of any with.or all luilin wiiipnu"h."r<].nand "-.

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. 11. C Patch Tuesday -after-""""" :from Friday to Monday with Commerce building. Chief Carpenter in part or to accipt 01 tin,. l.ul- ttii',, in I II ., ....\ Ifia&i
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t'i.' -t :.
will l I" f .r t"
M. Patrick and nivr baby son noon. j their parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Howe will receive judgment n trust of the Cm of si irK. I I'i, _

in Sneeds. Lewis N. Smith will return ,&tefanelh and Mr and Mrs Uua- any gifts donated for the lila 'i Lk/
from Bradford r\ui. JilIXi'i':: \ < '!i. :L I v1IIUm1vhi
:Mr and :Mrs. Dick Sieffermanof home this weekend ,reIl Norman.' Committee. <'it\ of St.uk. FI.I! Iii i | I I{ _____.__ _
Gainesville spent the weekend County Hospital after undergoing | Mrs. Gail Mathews left Ved1 -I In order to avoid duplication of i'! id' "i I i.: "n, i I y =---

MerrittVil emergency appendectomy -1 nesday for Jacksonville! where she the Children's
with Mr. and Mrs. an I Christmas baskets. NO IK'P. '10IIT.: Ml I It

hams and attended the CaLm .". on Nov. 5.1.RLF will spend a week with her grand- Committee suggests that an' i t In C'lrrult ('..urC. llrndford ('..uat',1 Reg :$17300; (
srt DinWX Mrs. Williams Flmk | tr i I'lorlitn: In ( Iii,ierr.uti. ". I Reg $30.00;
baskets
I
daughter.
Saturday.Mrs TIISKEYS to give?
on wanting ; ,
Bowl
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game group : !i'.1. MIA." i "Mini-
: A. Dale is recuperating at :Siimu-n service Station 8 pin and11'. Funk and their new !j, needy families check with Dr II IIFIOl'ence VV iL.It I K .th.II'a'' "t.\ I I".. I- i i NOW ONLY :NOW) ONLY
Lee. j l'l" :\ ii'"i"\1 1Ntilire : \
home from a foot injury which SaturtLi baby daughter. Denise I Jennings at the USO '.... \

she received when she stepped on Dr. and Mrs. R S. Mullms and Mrs. Merrill Edwards spent ; Gifts of food. money or toys arc I: \\ild.i aiprarTo K,lIh.r1l'' :-',,\ I '.50
Ala :Monday with her sister Mrs I IJame number i59i i whose I'i Mill. n, .fid, ,1.1 I I"I" iloudtn 'I $25-00 %
in Auburn. welcome The phone '
a son Robin. were Stint, \\.h.-t : l.liii I.-'I ;
i"I'
the weekend attending the :, Kinchen in Jacksonville. or call 361 evenings. I'!.u ,.. tt-. PLUS

over Homecoming football game and i I Jerry Baldwin of Ocala was the Each year the local Elks Club I'I' Vou aie tiereTiy notified vtiat a \\1' PLUS TAX
for divorcenas
of Miss Jean ::'Iu.Idy. '.\- suit
weekend guest
nail.FLORIDA also guests of Mr. and Mrs ( gives over a hundred Christmar 1 been filed against you In the OFF
were above named Court and cause and i iI
\ Committee .
Children's OFF.
the
Bill Stoves baskets, anj to serve a copy of |
you are required
Mrs. \\ A. Solano and :Mrs
Lawson I j the tosponsibihty I answer or pleading to thomplalnt >
and Mrr, Chailes assumes four Reg. $200 00
:Mr visitors Annie Saunders spent last Fudav \ ,' on the Plaintiff. He;:. $63; .00
ol Lat bland were weekend I I of delivery ViimThoiiM- .J I I Km ". I' o11. I
.
Mrs. H. A. Lawson. in Jacksonville.Mr. : I: "\ <::1'''ii 1'1'1"'! "- NOW ONLY
of Mr. and of : and Mrs. R V Chapmanof I I I'' "i ,,01..i.td NOW ONLY
Mjr. and :Mrs Donald Dieter I Blandms left Sunday fin file the original in the office of
Camp
THEATRE Ga were weekend the rierk of the Circuit Court on or .
Fort Gordon. \I South Florida to \'isit11' and (before the $32- $ 100.00
H.
H. .
and Mrs. ,,
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of Dr n.I" 1'
visitors Mrs. Lawrence \Vtl1ia ., of :Pal- 1 ; il t.i% f l I'" r. of said
otherwise the allegations'
Adams. imetto. While away Mrs Chapman mplalrt nil) be taken as confessed .
I). J. Clark of Tampa and I PLUS TAX AT PLUS TAXI
SAT NOV. 17 Mrs. who is president of the II.i.BOL'T | by you.
Clark of Leesburgwere This notice shall be published
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Miss Nancy I BUS PTA will attend the State (once each week for four conseVutlv ,

weekend and guests Mrs.of Henrietta::'Ir.C. I PTA Convention being held in St .\ OIK SCHOOLSTo I weeks[graph. in the Bradford County Tele- !

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R.g:50
1 D. Williams 1 f'eterMur Dated i this I p:i d.ty of X".lIIhN Gem Jewelry
Whom It May Concern: 5 OO
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Hunt. I l 1956.!> '
\ I Mr. and Mrs. I1... Matthewsare I Don't rap the teachers talking OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dar* I ,: :
attending the annual meetingof Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,
NOW
the Florida Press Association over the local school situation with By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerh ONLY NOW ONLYPLUS

,, It's A Fact! in Tallahassee this weekend. the students. They were not telling 11/16 41 ixIOTXCE 7 'The House! of Fine Diamonds"
I already -
HIRBtRT J. YATES '' Rev. S. E. Sparks attended the them anything that is not TO APPEAR $67.50 $175.00
piesenU function of each organ not only here in our In Circuit Court. Bradford Coucty, PHONE 170
I 1. The Convention in Orlando known '
Baptist Florida In Cbanrrrj.L

Dakota\. I IIncident of jour body is directed andcontrolled Tuesday and Wednesday, after community but all over' the state L I K.<- lIIlI'h'II..Mitchell.Defendant.Plaintiff vs. James TAX 109 E. CALL STREET PLUS TALJ \

by the nenous system. which he went to West Palm of Florida and the Nation. Case No 10-III! *

{Beach for a State Welfare Board No one is putting a finger of Notice To Appear I .
I individual. There I T.., James K Mitchell whostnsidence -- -
,t "lftC :meeting. blame on any :and address is: MH "uthndrt'w __ .
LINDA DARNEll. DAlE ROBERTSON 2. }FaIls lit rain.., -jul H.. and I :Mrs. A. B. Solano of Jacksonville has just been a definite lack of I Ii .\ Avenue, iold.sboro, N..rIIi'ar..Iiiia. : .. -.... -:-- -_ : t-= : _- '.__' ",, .-,_ .-= -::_ -___ --_ =- -- .- :<,. -. -;:. '

JOHN IUNO. WARD BOND Product.cnAND jars produce spinal misalignments spent last week with her son I i foresight in this school finance You are hereby notified that a
A Republic
| HUCOUI .. ., which in turn produce and daughter-in-law Mr. and situation everywhere. Even by suit for divorce THE RAYM1NGTON COMPANYSTARKE'S
z: : County's has been filed against you In the
Bradford
nerve pressures. Nerve pressure Mrs. W. A. Solano. comparing above named Court and cause and

disturbs function lowers 1 Mrs. G. I... Chapman of Live plight as being better than some I i'you are required to serve a

Oak arrived Saturday for a two other counties does not '' copy of your answer or oleadlng to ONLYDiscount
resistance and results in dis : of the I'I the complaint on tne Plaintiff. *
weeks visit with her son and mean that it is still good enough I AttornnillO :\1 II rr'II. .Ii 1HO

ease. 'I(daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. Statistics show the very rapid I Law Kv:. halite; iruildlllg, J.liksonMllt -
)0'1"1',1.1.I ,
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3. Your Chiropractor is equipped i jV. Chapman and family at Camp I growth and the ever :uu-icoou."- ;na,, I and file the original In the office of
and with the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
with scientific. instruments i i Blandmg.j population in our state. I l.iftr.1k..' 17 da\ of !I.. < IV.t; I HouseLocated
l\'s rt DoddVSunoeo that have of said ,
to locate and remove nerve j I'RF.ITI'm I II many new industries otherwise the allegations I!
I Service Station: 8 p.m. new resints her e. Bradford Complaint will be taken as confessed I
brought
by you.
pressure. !Saturday. I had its share of once
County has This notice shall be published I
thoasaiuli of I I Mr. and Mrs Charles Fields and i increase until the I each week for four consecutive' directljacross from the (Courthouse : ; North _
4. Countless the population weeks in the Bradford County Tele at 1 1.53; Temple A\e In the
found Chiropractic family of Jacksonville spent Sunday literally bursting at graph.Dited. \ :same building; with the Bradford
.sick. people have schools are Wholesale: Motors Inc or better known as Tiny's
effective after all other I :: with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. the seams with overcrowded class this 10 d.ty of ;NoMinbti, Old Service Station.
White Sr. and attended the r>:i6
methods failed.If rooms. (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby.
Methodists Homecoming.I Tuesday. Nov. 27 at 7:30( p Clerk of the Circuit Court Where A Sale
On Everyday !
will not I : and Mrs Oscar Hendrix sunerinten- Hy Marian 1... Crosby Deputy Clerk Day
jour condition m. our county school i 11i'i l ; I1 !:J 7
of Waycross and Milton Dill of Iorlan)1)
respond to Chiropractic( jour dt'nt.Ir.. Harmon
jacksonville spent the weekend Iii Ih I
:NOIKn 10ripin
Bradford
PLUS Chiropnutorill( gladly tell 'with their parents. Mr. and Mrs speak to the school finance. the In Ireult( t ""1'1. Urndr..... County, Something new has now been added to the city of Starke Florida
Saucers"Cartoon School PTA on riuriil.-i; In ( liii sairry. ,
"Fljing; Cups And jou so. 'J. P. Dill. School in Your William s.' Mai! Lnl::. Plaintiff. \ A Discount

Chapter No. 1 "King I :Mr. and :Mrs. George Powell of tome bt'ing"Your" WhiCh' is one of a lI..r"lhynn Stat' I I'ng" .Defendantts. House where every price is marked down -
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l'arninl"Serial IX STAKKE ITS THE 'i Newton. N.' C. are spending ten I Community bv Every article's retail
price has been reduced
i of programs sponsored :.Noller 'In '\"'|>rur to almost wholesale!
days! with Mrs. J. H. Fields. Mrs. series theme T" I Dirotlix" .Vnn !'t:irlinir. whose
i the !:er1e'-al
BOLL1NGERCHIROPRACTIC Robert E. Tanner of Baldwin I the PTA with th"

SUN.. MON.. TUES.. i also a weekend guest of'Mrr |i for the year beino"y uth and

NOV. 18-19-20 !i''was, Field. Community; Each Shapes th" $1.00 Down and
Only $$1.00AWeekOnYour\
CLINICI Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover of I Other." is PurchaseYour
this meeting
IInll :Mrs F. F. Flume. An invitation to wJ;;
'THE BAD SEED'PLUS \ to all other PTA'?
ISUnU North of i'ost Mticc Hibbms Minn are visiting :Mr. beingextended th'

Method. Lady I :Mr. and Mrs R. J. Andrews in Bradford County and to

I Tll'MfltKE: Modern Assistant! Steam- Baths \i and unday family visitors of Wesconnett of Mr. and were Mrs. i I general; ie public.It hnnM. that a solutior: Credits Always Good At The Discount HouseA

I: about in the ne1

BIG -' I R O. Dansby. ran Vw b'ouo'ht for N'ttfr schools foiBnrtford _
futurp
th< COMPLETE LINE OF
I County. Since .-.
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1'NANCY [EtU.rii ieiiti.: ::!:.,w STARKE NEEDS I "the('hoolQploner< ririvile" of to everyone everyone to it b i'
: aocnrdinsrlv -
fly ; ,
.MRV[ N ::11I":. Io 1I informed ,11 to !

MODERN" HIW..ai!' ,, ....,.,.. uOP: Mrs. P President rrt V. Chapmai! Fire Comes C.O.D. BEAUTIFUL LINE OP

"MOUSTRO HERMAN"Cartoon I This area needs a modern auto radiator shop. Work is now Bradford High School PT;

being sent secure many profitable miles away.business Opportunity with excellent for growth person wishingto possibi I IF your home burns tonight Automatic Coffee Perculators, Deep Fryers, Irons, Skillets and

I lities.own Doaler, garage or service station can operate l LAD.orld's as depart Rrvlfflrcl T\w" Get will you have money for refurnishing Many Other items

WED. TI1URS. FRI. ment. First year averages $6,000 to 10000. will assist Taxes and repairing; ?
1 largest radiator shop equipment manufacturer F.P's! In Smoke .1

NOV. 21-22-23 ,I responsible] individual. Over 1,000 INLAND automotive shops business.now in opt As- I BradfCiu"tV < (' NO if you've ignored inrsurance Why More
in Pay Save
t eration. America's fastest growing rrt>P mniir'nalities' I --- as much as 33 1-3% --- It will
rawe* IQrCE sia little as $295: down for equipment starts you in business. rece'ved' lees money i iI i; or let existing insurance
Write to !
I INLAND will finance balance and furnish training. tax.Ie''
JAMES O8R1SON[ 15T .'.s September from cigarette "do". whether or not it's .
IMAM) MFG. ('mu'sI..pt I pay you to visit us today!

Omaha 2, Xebr.HONEYSWEET than in AusrustA adequate. YES if you've I
St. I note
I 1108 Jdtkson decrease of M76.09 was

':. ,I i ''n the amount received by Stark*!. I covered your property with Here's The Place t
,-- -w i And Now Is The Time To Your Christmas
Buy
I The city! eeivpd $3.11454 1 f
I % i Sptembr. compared with $3,490.' I Gifts For The Entire Family
jBe safe. Let us give you a I
,63 for August. I
: BACON CURING distributed 1 1i t( .
; HAM & The revenue I protection check-up today. I - - - .
Brooker dropped from $146 1 tt I Itc

i IJ97 1I I I ,'.L sro II Name ________ ______ .
Hickory Smoking $I2542:! : Hampton.. from 10390 I I --------------------- Phone

11 : 34: Lawtev. $337.43 to $322.4:! :5 ;IVJail This Coupon Today \
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Bring Your Pork To and Keystone Heights. ftc nr I Saleslady will call On you to J

CIN! PF. ...,_Ifl HNlCOtOR 5978.12 to $624:! .41. I 4er isS'I"i Empoyment __.:________________ Salary n___ _
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PLUS FLORIDA COLD STORAGE I THE niGIIT POINT for thvvay save you a trip into town '; Married __ ____ Single, _______ .\11': __n____ Ih-p. __ ___ _
: you write. Come in and set Of i H. C. Wall Agency
WE SERVE ALL OF
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By Mrs. C. B. Nolanl1llUUllllilUllllllll II

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Mrs Raymond Kilgore and :
family and Mrs Mae Higginbot- WIN TURKEY k
ham and daughters. June and I!
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Shirley. joined Mrs Paul Garrett I .
and family and Miss Eleanor
Johnson for a day at the Great. II, !'
er Jacksonville Fair on Nov. 3
Miss Frances Bell spent the i i.i..I.:
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weekend of Nov 2nd in Starke as I II
the guest of Miss Carolyn Chil-

son.Mrs \V. A. Cannon of Palatka For THANKSGIVING Dinner Iii
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and Mrs.were G.guests M. Beach of Mr. and of Hastings Mrs.- 'll'lla !

C. B. Nolan and family on Nov.
4. ,I II!

Loral Girl Crowned Queen
We are all very proud to have I II I
one of our local girls crowned II,
Queen of the Baldwin High
School at the annual Halloween I'I.I.I.j'
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Carnival which was held on ( 1 j'

Miss Mr.Thursday and Patsy Mrs.night Smith Albert Nov., daughter Smith.1. She Hen was of Read The Rules .. How To 'Win i;,

I '
ry Caruso was crowned King. ;
Participants At HomecomingMiss Any reader of the Telegraph Each space below represents I! ;

: Jo Ann Parrish was the is eligible! to enter this contest / ? some prominent !business firm Ii I':
Captain's sponsor and Miss Patsy / ', or person of this city. Take i.
Smith was the Team's sponsor and the first three persons 1 ( the scrambled letters and ar- II'I'
at the Homecoming Game in Bald ,' range them to spell the firm :
win on Friday night, Nov. 2. Miss submitting the corrector \, name correctly. Then write a Ib 1 ,

Gloria Burnsed of Baldwin was nearest correct answers .i ; brief article on the subject 1\\:,;
the Queen. The Baldwin Team "Starke's Greatest Need." Do ; '
lost their game to Bolles by a I will be awarded big fat turkeys ,e not exceed 100 word. It is Ii'':
score of 19 to 0.fiirK 1 .::1 "
for Thanksgiving ,,,; I + permissable to use this advertisement :;
; Team WinsThe or a separate sheet I I! :
Baldwin girls beat the t of paper for your answers."I," I
Paxton girls basketball team bya Winners of Turkology contests k r
Winners will be notified by ri
score of 31-10 playingith on Nov. 1. Two the in the previous 5 years r mail and turkeys will be presented ,llli,
Maxville girls
Monday: November 19. '
team were Violet Burnsed and will not be eligible for prizesin \ The correct !solution to the 11'i:I
Smith. t
Peggy I.andvaping Film : the current conttsV. puzzles will be published in j'i'
: our next issue. ;!
On Friday night, Nov. 16 at 9o'clock i 4 ..j'bt ,II jl jl1"li I
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at the Maxville Civic Club
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Mrs. Nellie Mills Home Demon- .,tlP )1"li')
stration agent, and Mr. Kloeppel. \ I :
assistant county agent, will discuss -
and show a film on planning it it11!
home groundsto
and planting your !
the Maxville Home Demonstration \\\11\I!!
Club members, their families


and who everyone Refreshments friends may to be attend and interested.will to be this anyone served We meeting urge else by 3 TURKEYS GIVEN A WAY m Start Now fitll,! ''I


the Maxville Home DemonstrationClub. ,
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Revival To Be Held jII
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A Revival will be held at the I "
Maxville Baptist Church startingthe I
last week in November. It
will be conducted by Rev. Carterof
the Whitehouse Baptist Church I I
Fall FestivalA beeejlrrrstwyo j eeegjlmrwya.cefhinorrrttuu oorrssuuttnhlgeedaa
fall festival will be held a*
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the Maxville School on TuesdayNov.
20, from 5 until 9 o'clock I
It will be sponsored by the Daniel
Boone P. T. A. and will take r
the place of the Halloween Carni- '
val which we had to postpone be. cdekoor'rhsstug yttsss'rrpomihebba I Igbbaecittrssrvownnsoii'
cause of wet grounds. We sincerely .
hope that everyone will
come and help this affair to be a
successful one.
The Baldwin P. T. A. which is
usually held on the 4th Thursday I
night of each month will br
aacegcbwllyn. gssrrsllonmabee&oaaccef
held this month on the 29th because e .
the 4th Thursday ti?

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Thanksgiving.Mr.
and Mrs. Lonnie Harris and ___ n ._ ____ ,
family visited in Jacksonville and
Starke last Monday. Mrs. Julie

Griff Starke. accompanied them to 'kr.rsst.twnnoo stwyrhaaaeaocdrrmpnke tsrooo.jjo-llrheeedanhbb I

Six Maxville boys went to Tallahassee J
last Friday to play in r I
the Football game between Florida
High School and Baldwin High
School. They were R. V. Durrance, I
Ray and Bobby Burnsed Gene yppnmlisgshoaecaae'yyttoonnnrmpmhigaace
Johnson and Harry and Richard aa'bddeeeerssttrotnmrpsalk abceeeehlnnorst&w II
Bell. Baldwin was defeated 32 I

to Saturday.We 6. The. team returned home I

regret to learn that Mrs.
Minnie Carter isn't well. She recently .

suffered a case of double ytssrrumpphfeeal I
pneumonia. aacaeeeeooossssUlurwitilr. I
Friends of Mrs. Janie Higgin-
___
botham will regret: to learn that
she has been ill for several days.
Mrs. Ruby Durrance has returned -
to her job at the produce eeeeewcccvrrssllliit I
ssss'ttrrrnwneapeulaileho
market. Her sister, Mrs. Geneva
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aeeennorsstuworrafudunnmkeritce.t
Smith. Is also working there. ,
M-Sgt. Raymond Kilgore of
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with hI,
home -
Panama City was '
family from Thursday evening
until Monday morning.Mrs. j
J. C. Nolan and children yyaa.eeecsnsogn&nobrjk tlsrr.v&okedaai III 1
visited in Jacksonville Saturday f
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs ,

Arthur Wilkinson.We -- .. I
are glaj that Ernest Well- :
hausen is better after a recent
illness. acedammnnooporwsrytaa'eefldnnoruurglissscettivf' t
We are glad that :Mrs. Daisy mwrrr&syrtkeeedcaagodc I
is able to be up anA
Padgett
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ness.about again after a recent ill

Buck Wellhausen was ill last
Friday and had to miss school. I
We regret to learn that George gg'eeaaarrlsSsssrvyiilleeecbba
Brown is again confined to the. aaaeelmmkrssUwon' I
sincerely
Hope Haven Hospital and
hope that he will be able I
to come home again soon. '
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett of beee'aahidivrrsttnnursr
Jacksonville were guests of Mr I I I'
and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and
family last Saturday.The \ tttaaauerrrensndgeh
recent survey ;ade on
revealed quite a few -- -
cases hookworm among: the students In thr taaaa.eeebfrrrrlrsso&nztgv I II
Maxville School. We are thankfu'
for the survey so the children can I I
I ooonrss'vsucceeiddd
be treated and be normal hea1thy"oungstt'rs 1!
once again. abdeUimooorrrrsttyo I
\ Mr: and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and I tsronnmheeeedcalw d I I II
II
visited in Palatka and Hastings -
S sons Sunday with relatives. _ _ _ _
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., \OU'LL IVE the new Ester- I I
brook pruse-size fountain pens in II ii'ii'i' II
at Bradford II
pastel shades. Only $3.09 _
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-1( Saturday night. Gladys Blye YYYYYYYYYTTYYYTYYYYYYYtBRuOKER night Mrs. Groover Thomas remained to start soon. I '" .'j I. : .: J' : :b :" ; t '. -"I Art; !l'b"'

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reporter. for the week with the I Mrs. Bill Underwood and Mrs [ I'.t.: : :: .t"t.ig. .u:( : t I' p"p, r -fur 1:1 i:f.u'' I" ; ,

OF INTEREST. TO COLORED Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church ] Wilsons, who brought her home I fcndant as equitable assets of the
Louise Hagan of Hampton take it-fondant. th- title to which is held weeks four \11 |.u-;
''HeR.. J. Washington, held reg Sunday. I joint!" bv Ix-ftnd.irt and ;h< .--."d: uff t'I't.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY ; were visiting in our section last .- M .
JLtis. I- aI! n.j. w.fe. nFFh'l. -KM: i
ular conference on Sunday with By :Mrs. E.: B. tastlen Mrs Tim Rogers and Mrs. Lot .
Thursday.Mr. ,
:-.1 An--i- -h iT t.e : :' I '!1'-' \ !I'1 > '
. . . .By. Ozora. .J.. .Shell. . - - . Presiding Elder A.V.. Bowles I tie Edwards were visiting Harry I and Mrs. Bobbie later. than the Sth day of De.I ... "'. \ I '
.... .. .. Surroncy .
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI.u &&AAAAAAA&AAAAAAA&& AI i in charge. The meeting was financially .A.AAA.11' Edwards in Alachua General Hospital I I" h I' !, ?

: Jlighlight.. Principal Melonease Taylor regret and spiritually success :\ and Mrs H. E Stokes and in Gainesville: Wednesday. of Tampa were weekend guests of -
i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn. _:: : =: = : "
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According to Editor-in-Chief her illness and hope she will ful. All boards and classes madea Mrs. Mattie Sowells and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Dean of j -

f'lSiefae Aycox, the school news be able to return to school soon complete round report. Music Viola Gillis of Gainesville attended Lakeland spent the weekend with Richard Cain won first prize i LOWESTPRICED'

deadline was last Friday. Avery She became ill last Thursday anr was furnished by the choir under: Church Services at Shady Mrs. Lottie Edwards and attended for his pig at the fair; In st.irk? I

fine Thanksgiving edition has been under the care of the the direction of Sister N. L. Pull Grove Baptist Church near Trenton the Sapp reunion along with Mrs. He belongs to the FFA

will be published by the staff I doctor ever sinre.Ve hope shf urn, assisted by O. R. Shell A Sunday.Mr. Edwards and Mrs. Alice Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling; art

The first issue for the year was will be better soon. memorial service! was held foe I and Mrs. It. A. Nettles Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prescott having repair work done on thru j BIG COLORTV

good. The Thanksgiving edition I Thurston School News the deceased member. Brothel I j and family attended Homecoming and children of Starke were visiting house, also Mr. and Mis !1M! '

"Pop" Pullum. The presiding El- Services at the Methodist Mrs. Doshie Prescott Thurs Gnffin.
will carry a message from the. Thurston School has made tre

Principal and supervisor of the I mendous progress with playground der held a fellowship service and Church in Starke Sunday. day night. We are glad to say that :Mr. I

Plan to asked all members to re-pledge : Mrs. Vera Lee Thomas and A. J. Dryden is r.nuh i
i-ounty. now get a copy equipment. Several swings have Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorrels very J.

of the paper that will carry all been build also other equipment cooperation and support of the and daughter of Jacksonville] children were visiting Mr. and. proved. She was able !tn !be .I' A-1i :

the 'Jive and dope" on the co-eds for playground use. We are look church for this conference year. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner !in Stark church last Sunday. t!Y

of R.J.K. This is ri monthly pub ing forward to the completion of Thus will call for better organization in the-j Mrs. I. L. Dyal. I Saturday. Those from here enju\.i: : Mi, .' Clllltl USI .
administration
!!Ication., Miss Edna Kennedy is the interior of the building by and Pastor Wash ; Mrs. Theo Dyal and Jackie We ate very sorry to hear that sing at Oak Grove Baptist Chur. !h: II .
church. He is asking
sponsor. I the patrons. A movie was held 'I Son ells were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis has been quite were Mr. and Mrs. L. E I R.iMiff! 1tdsWRt
all members to do theii
VeteranDay Obsmvd on Tuesday night for the benefitof ington and I Mrs. Truhy Dyal in GainesvilleSaturday. ill at her home. However, at this Mr. and Mrs. Harley St.niirv \1" I
best to make Allen Chapel outstanding -
On Monday at 1 p.m. the students I the Thanksgiving party which in the district as thehave \ writing she was able to go buck Mr. and Mrs. John Surren. y Mi:

of Anderson Junior High will be held next week. The general wealth of talent in this Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott and i i to work at the Big Dad Clothing and Mrs. Ray Hines and nephew, -
a
presented a fine program in memory \ public and all patrons are charge. Mrs. Beulah J. Lennon i Mrs. Theo Dyal weie visiting Factory in Starke where she i.: Richard Mr. and Mrs. John :Moody

of our war dead. Remark invited to the next PTA meeting i friends and relatives in Jacksonville employed.: and sons Mrs. Mandy Smith .

were made by Miss A. B. Anderson which will be held on Monday reporter.Mt. ,! ; Friday.Mr. I I I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of and Mrs Beny Dyal.
Chuich, Rev
A.M.E.
and Supervisor Shell, who also after the third Sunday at the Pisgah firstquarterly and Mrs. M. M. Gano and i Worthington visited Mrs. Eva .
L. Walker pastor, held i
E. :
showed a picture from the school. conference for Elder A. !' family of St. Augustine and Millessa Harrell Thursday. At The TabernacleSaturday I !' ,. "I Th,Aldrlch.Mt

film library of the University of --Dorothy Jackson, reporter i Ann Gano of Swan Inkwere Wilbur and Bobby Thomas ) i i hogony grained
Florida titled "The Negro Sol Social Saving Club W. Boles on Sunday morning. friends I night at the GIIspl'11Tabt'rnacle or limed oak
with all guest of the R. F. Ganos the weekend with I )| 1
dier." The blue ribbon cash aware1 According to a statement from very successful meeting I' this weekend.A. I pent relatives in Jacksonville- !j in the Chapel annex :j I 1 grained flnahe
and classes making complete and 'Model 21CS78)
that was won by the pupils at President Young the next meeting boards The Elder ordainedtwo D. Martin of Waldo wa Reand Mrs Ressie Carlctonij II III a sound film. "The Zion Passion ,

the fair was: also presented at this of the club will be held at the reports. the ministry visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. GanoMonday. dinner guests ofJMr. Play." wars presented by Rev. | A $495.00e
time. I home of Mrs. Corean McNeil i in persons for j I were Sunday in1 I Walter Zvoda .of Ashville. N. C.IDepicting j
and Brother Val- j i and Mrs. II. M. Collins
I Pleasant StarkE' Ulysses Clarke the trial and crucifixion .
litJ-Win rConft'rI'Jlrl" City on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Raboin of I Ii
ministers
Delegates to the Mid-Winter I night after the Third Sunday. entine. We wish these young Jacksonville were visiting Mrs Fail banks. i of Jesus, this film was producedin -
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in their new 1 Guest of I
Conference of the American Legion All members are asked to b, much success Beulah Harrcll and family Sunday. Mr. ana Mis. Ben I Zion, Ill. by a Christian cast I "" -
pastorial day I visiting Mr I
venture. Regular Paducah, Ky. were of actors. < -"brf RCA 'Sav
Post Auxiliary 314 of Starke present as they are to complete i, i: NOW-PUT Iht t.CQTNO! NEW .
with Sunday and Mr
will leave Friday morning for plans for the Christmas party. on Sunday starting : and Mrs. W. E. Bigham The Sunday morning worship j .npWieNCobLNwa"
and friendire Mrs. Jettye Ha7.cn was thr week WORLD OF COLOR TV INTO ,
Fort Lauderdale. President Pauline You cannot draw names for your School. All members I of Mr. and and Mrs. L. L. Wood last I II service was enhanced by a vocali i LOW COST
HOME AT
I invited to attend. Mary Helen Sunday; dinner guest families attended the YOUR I Elac1-and-Wbita Color |
The three solo Mr Reed !
Marshall held a called meeting gift if you are not present. The :'ofr!:. Jack Hazen in Starke. by and a young i

last Friday night to complete Christmas party is planned for I White reporter. Mr. an'lfrs.. Malcolm Lewi:? funeral of an uncle in Tampa j ladies' trio. I IIItn.lmOXX The RCA Victor Aldiirii brings )'ou 251sqitait
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business and plans for this meet Dec. 17 if nothing prevents. All Appreciation NightAppreciation ; ; the weckcm" Saturday. inches of tieicable "Liting Color"J
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spent
I program was hold and family Talmadge Polk : mS lOx.\It\ .color that's real, natural! Seea
Mrs. picture
made ;
ing. A donation was by members are asked to be pres.rnt in Mr. and
I for Rev. D. W. Demps pastor of j with Mrs. Eva Crowl largo were dinner I BAITINT ('urltCIl : demonstration of dependable! Big;: Color
the group to help her make th> at 7 p. m. Mrs. Ethel Young of Starke; and family of Trenton I .. .
Methodist Church | Rev. Lacy Conway T\', See how it is to tune! Come
Moriah C ]
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Mt. Mrs.! Sunday School 10 a. m Morning easy
trip. Mrs. Corean is a district officer president, Mrs. R. B. Cohen, re I 'isitintr.. and Mrs .\. 1 guests of Mr. and I Big Color TV receive shows
Tuesday \
He left for conference on was Worship 11 a m. Evening :n today
and will serve also as delegate porter. Sunday after L. Atkinson Sunday.i I in flock-ond-wtiHe, too. Ill
and family
for the Starke Unit. They i, Church News" and will remain through Sunday (' Mann lI'nryIangum of Ga.l:;- Worship. 7:30 p. m. Training For UKi": IJHF-VHF tuner optional, entro.Ait like having 1 sets in 11
: are lead noon. i Union ( 6:30/
until the appointments .i Sundays I : p. m. MidWeek -
may be accompanied by Chaplaiij New Bethel Baptist Church. J. W. E. Bowcns of Eveiette Padgett of Gainesville den. Ala., formerly of Hastingsvas Prayer Meeting. Wednesdays. ( otovt the xc/inb RCA Victor Factory Swvlc Contract/
who will also b'? Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held by Bishop of Rev. and Mrs j
Royal regular -
Sophia at Ded.nBaptist the guest I
We wish speaker 7:30
Atlantic Coast Area. was the guest : p. m. RI.S F
the
"Natal Day" on with Sundav i and attended I
services starting Sunday
rf'lebratingher a very successful Church Sunday. C. B. Stallings Beard, pastor. i
Friday. All members are askedto School] at 10 a. m.. Supt. S. I for Rev. Demps session. Mrs. Mattie Barry has returned morning worship service I iI iI I "

President Marshall ancgive Hankerson in charge. Classes conference Baptist Church I I Service"All
see with her daughter Brooker
Junior :Musicians from a visit I at the
her enrollment for the were taught by regular teachers.eview MITICI: OP si ir TV
your Haines City
in I
Musicians have Mrs. Tees, Notice .
held at the j The Junior will MAUCIK M. I>OXVU.ll:; !1.-
which will be by Supervisor Shell. Morning of Garden Club .
Tea their meeting from Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen The Brooker by take notice that she i- iniii'icit, !
meeting. The group decided to services was conducted by I changed i and Mrs. H. A Friday night Nov. 16, at by an Order nf the KiKhth: .Inds; ".1!
to Wednesday afternoon tarke and Mr. meet I I Circuit ('"url. In and For Hr..II..r. I
Let's be 100 per cent' Nov. 18 will Thursday Warren 1
participate. the pastor. Sunday. I week, according to Coleman of Gainesville Wl're'isit.- the Civic Center Mrs. Count), Florida wherein the Flor
in all activities Mrs. Corean be Youth Day. Miss Frances Jenkins of each Sow ells be guest speaker and ida Itnk1 Starke ts IMamtiff: and
will
announcement from President Mr. and MrsHenry Mizell W. 1-;. Wnwlinsindividually
McNeil, reporter. is director of youth activitiesand I an Charles Covington. AU membersare lInday.i her subject will to dried ar- II'I trading as Dowling Auto Salts.and is Work Guaranteed -- Free Estimates

R. J. Kelly Laid To Rest has planned a rich programfor and children Defendant involving Creditors' proceedings -
be present at the Mrs. Shirley OWl turf langements. to file her Answer
to
Benjamin J. Kelly lifelong the entire day starting with asked advisor across from i have returned to their home Mrs. Grace Bigham, president! 1 I the Cl"rk of this Court and with to Fully Equipped --- DependableAll

citizen of Brooker. was buried Sunday School. E. R. Shell will home of the Va. after Garden Club wishes to iscrve a copy thereof upon i'laln-
Mt. the school. Willetta Wysingcr in Ncwsport News of the ir I I tiffs attorneys. Lazonby. J>el! nraI Makes and Models
Nov. II, at New be teacher of the adult class ant) who helped
Sunday I few weeks here withher thank all those ham and Mills lox 12.t. !":dirt) of.tiff -
Vernon Methodist Church Rev. I other youth will have charge of reporter. at spending and Mrs. U L with the Fish Fry sponsored I IiuildmK, iaines\ille, .'I..n.la.and ,
held Mr way
therein
services are being parents. any show cause why the
I* C. Cohen officiating. He died other classes. A musical programwill I Fine during I by the club last week. Court should not declare that thn.s.-

at the age of 68 after several: be heard in the afternoon |, the First Anniversary.Born Church Thursday I Parker.Glenda Parker spent Sunday The Junior Girls Auxiliary will certain ty. Florida lands to located wit: in ('I.sy''oou- CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

weeks of illness. The principaleulogy The guest speaker for the morning the First will be Maxine Andrews at NewRiver. meet at the Brooker Baptist Lots Two (I I and Three (".1.
was delivered by Rev will be Mrs. Glor i.1 Chandler | night Rev. O. N. Toplin 'I with Friday. Nov. 23 at 3:15 : bock! Twenty t'jn>. J'KKK'S Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone
Bishop R. F. Coleman Church: .I SCHIIVISH:; KIX'I.I.KE. .\-:>
Superintendentof III in charge. I 239 Starke, Fla.
District In the afternoon .
Tilount. McFadden j .
W. Raborn in Seitmn I. TnHii-hii
God G. .
Church of and Mrs. -
I Mr. Pm.
the Gainesville area, and former speaker will be heard from [jd.1 j of the Pentacost Mrs I "UII1. n.inp L'T I Kt: _'. .1 ,ji'-:
the deceased. He will be Tampa, will be in charge Sundayat I spent the weekend with .. ... .. I'lat n i i.ideil in 1'111 i') t k T.. WE JIVE; S&H GREEN; STAMPS:
of Refreshments
pastor dleburg. is a I in Sparr. .Y. T. y < 2i at Page Tlur\! s. r ,
life in Brad- I 3 m. Bishop Coleman Annie I. Newton :Uc puiiiii, I' 'd. .
useful Service p. i
lived a long, served in the afternoon i n ,- -- -- -- -"--- "---'- ,"
time of his foiceful speaker and also GrandMaster I Bettye !Sullivan=: of Starke wassiting n. Fl iiilii "--_ ._- _.._.. __ ._ -- --- .. : .-' ---' .--
ford County. At the will continue through the evening G. W. Raborn GRAHAM I
Mrs.
& A. M. Lodge :11'J'"mnL Mr. and
F. j
death he was superintendent of worship hour with the youth in of invited tocrone Mr. and Mrs. KennxMcRac A r : __. -- 1
is I and
the Sunday School and Steward charge. Come out and help these .---r-. Everyone :1. 'f"n '_
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hear him. We regret ana iuiiiu r,> "V"UOOJ'- :\lr'.Jnlm MrKinncyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
of the Church. He leaves to young people do aood,: job in the out and \ B. Stalling ,
of the grandmother and Mrs. C.
mourn his loss seven sons: Isaac interest of Christian Education the passing Rev. Howard i

Swearingen. Aaron. Herman, Ac- I Miss Frances Jenkins DirectorJoan of Minister L. Griffin I Rev. L. L. Paiker, Rev. ;! I
art McKinnehome
Strong Tiuty Pinholster at the John
ie, Reaburn, Fletcher, and daugh- I Jenkins, reporter. She died in nntoW I Mott and the Southern Baptist Visitors last Sunday were Mrs Jack I ENGINEEREDWITH
ters Azalea and Doretha: ter Bethlehem Freewill Baptist reporter. I attending
this week and :Mrs
Orlando Mr I
] in of Sampson.
Mention Convention I Wynn
grandchildren and a host of other Church Uev. L. McKay pastor 1'crsoiial anJ of
I
had aher Mrs. Earl Gordon McKinney and children I
and D.
Laura'hitmort' .T.
Mr.
friends. The family Mrs.
relatives and | held a successful annual conference I Mrs and
sister Mi? J Palatka Mr. and I Horace McKinney
her of Starke.
to thank all friend guest Sunday family
wishes j last week. The meeting was I '
of and Leroy -
Orlando. Hei and son Ward of Waldo
and neighbors for their services largely attended and the spirit Julia Ellerson of j Kenneth Russ Mel-I Charles I

condolences and other expression hail r daughter Maude E. Magce. arrived : j bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Melton of Melrose.
was high throughout. ; an'1 lj;
New York daughter of Apopka Norman Slade of Oxfot"ll1 MIND!
during the illness and keieavement. financial as well as a spiritual Tuesday from Russ and aril : P.uili, I YOUR FUTURE IN
Dukes E.U1
moth< Mrs..1. W. and Mrs.
with her Pll11'l
Issac Kelly and family. i success in the meeting, raisins: and will visit Mr. and
werevisiting
Training Svlutul I Can Club will meet and friends for a week before :. daughter of Lake Butler Monday.Mr. i
ILuiipton j i $ 67.91. The Ernes: Beard) of I
ant1' Mrs. MrsII.
Beach .
The and friends of Deacon Stone for West Palm Mr. and and
parents at the home of leaving I
= for the winter sea- ; Russ Sunday. I, Gainesville were Sunday\ guests
Hobe !Sound:
--- --- son. Miss Ethel Singleton left ,i Sorry to hear that Juanita I| of Mrs. Beard's parents Mr an"' I BRAND r NEW BEAUTIFUL! NSRGE
bonelast
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--- collar
broke her M. Griffin.
recently for the East Coast where Stalnaker Mrs. F.

i she will work fur several months 'i. week. Mrs. Kate Starling has return :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ITI
Thomasi relative
i 1' Mr. and Mrs. Bishop oil after a visit with '

......................... i: children spent Sunday with Tampa. I -

STARKE. FLA. !: Mr. and Mrs. 11. !1. Lewis in Mrs. Albert Spaik.s :wor I rI- Level
Mrs _
1 LONG BRIDGE i 1 I Starke. Lee, of Starke visited Rr ___
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REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor I AND NEW RIVER 1 and Mr.family and Mrs.spent Woodrow!Sunday=: Thomas with tiff Spark's last aunt.Thursday.Mrs. L E Rat I I Cu. Ft. of Storage in ; _r ti _


Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town :Mrs.) E..1. Snpp( Mr. E. C. Lewis and in son Starke.spent the \Y.kenduests,: and of (laughterlaw the Ritiliff!?' 13 3 Separate lockers! 4

Phones Office 231-: Pastorium ISO j Bob Thomas were their son ui
6.a..j visiting Ratlifi ut>t
Colin :
&' i! weekend in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.
1.
---- -- -- of Gainesville.Mrs.
Our community was saddened i Mrs. Bob Thomas. Sr. and son
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. S:001.1. Wftfnes.1 iv of last week by: the 1 I j Joan Thomas of Jacksonville\ Leila Newsome of Jack New 10 CII, ft.REFRIGERATOR,

Sunday School 9:1.n; Training Union 6:43 P.M. death of one our older colored ]!;I spent Sunday and Monday with !IOn.me15itI'Il her mother Mr LO nKeoce
'fl'
citizens. Ben Kelley. He was her father Troy Thomas. I A. J. Dryden. and sister Hos every known-nd ud. t" a1

Midweek Sen'ice Wednesday, 8:00: P.M nround 72 years of age and had i| Mrs. Chris Corbett. Mrs. Marie I Julia Crews last week. feature ...." ln A..Dor ; I

lived here all his life. He wa" Crawford and children and Mr Mrs.! Perry Starling and daugli log one.
Hear the Service WDVH at i 4T
Sunday Morning over
I of Gainesville .Tr.wer< : Crisper
t well respected by all who knew I j Ellen Collins and baby tcr Mrs. Berry Dyad Z.

11 a m. Regular: Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. : I j spent Friday with Mrs. Ben- shopping in Gainesville Monday:

him.Mr :and Mrs. Romie Johns of j i ny Thomas. Mrs. C. B. Roberts spent ,\\-\s:\ New Separo/e/ 1' f r
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tfMrs.
Jacksonville were dinner guest i j Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ an !Sunday=: in Starke with her ICE LOCKER ''

of Mrs Fronie Moody last Sunday daughter. Glenda. of Apopki Millie Fogg. Provide tee I ,-r
Castlen Satunj Hattie I. fevers run', hand service duel
visited i Mrs. Joyce Mrs.
In the afternoon thev ':visited I YOu froz
:Mr :and Mrs Wesley Johns i' :j night. I daughter.: Irs. George Tison of can with ell juice,

r. Gainesville.Mr : Mrs. Groover Thomas and son Gainesville( visited at their homr :I sectio" closedr freezer

and Mrs Wayne Douel.T ; R. G and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas I here last Tuesday.

: Linda Sue attended John McKinney is stripping hip '
,
of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr : and daughter 3. ==== ==

Miller! Johns of Starke visited' a stork shower for Mrs Ray ( sue and getting wood for th fl

ItS When YouDecide Mr an.l :Mrs M. L. Johns Sunday: '.: Wilson in acksonville Thursday fane grinding! and syrup m'kmSIEGLER ; !' New 10S fOOD lb. lOKl

; Mi=s Mi )ferri t. Mr and Mrs fROItN cc-
Drawer
) Harold Shiver. Mrs. Nan Merrill IfSealing cold -
true zero Model TC6 ta
and son Ralph, spent Sat USES H toins steak safe'

\ :;? on aNew I u't.Iaand Sunday! with Mrs. Lin- riERI keeps frozen for a a year! NORGE RifRICERATOR

I nie Drake In Lakeland. We hen- 1 K PRICED FROM $179.95S

that Mrs. Drake hasn't been feet i
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Car. Ins !good, and hope she i is! "iV" l Automatic Defrosting-the exclusive a ..11Jor Crisper tilts down to ,

rte well.Mr I OVER YOUR FLOORS-,. I Norge Cuslomotic system make food selection easier. Inner t Small Downremoves

f and Mrs. Ethan Sapp nrM and evaporates frost and shell is removable for er -":In.

Mrs!' Fronie Mandy visited Mr Look at these exclusive! frost water, automatical/! No buttons ing and counter use. '

remember that this bank I and Mrs Fret= Dodd in Keystone to pusK-no timers to set! Payment
features
SlEGliR Available with Custom
1i I cops-
( $ can aid you to finance it easily, I Fie-ghts list Wednesday evenincml : Roll-Out Aluminum Shelves colorful slip on aluminum "jackets" ( Easy Terms

( attended prayer meeting n' .Two-in-One Heclmcber glide out full length to put all foods i -that give the Tri-level a smart

t; promptly, and economically. And \, brie Church Wednesday night ..Saves up to S0a in fuel and smoke in fingertip reach! custom-tailored loci!
Sieglermatic Draft ends soot .
Mr and Mrs. Pete Yarbrough of "
build bank credit .Stlent-Flooting super qutet motor mount
as
you your you Mrs Melba> ,
R \If.r.i and daughter r Lifetime porcelain enamel fntshaway

;:- repay the loan. Come in for full Faulkner of Jacksonville. visitff' directional Tropical Floor Heat

': L't! M'< F.mlIood! \' Sunday after .Cast iron construction
;i ? information. i -en-Fire burner cleans as it heat PRICED RIGHTWITH
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:1 I nn"I1.I r Summer cooling ot the tur" of a switch


1411:; tt : :itYies I Church .
I-.i r: $ Presbyterian ,

Kiiv: adult'hour piacTK" f. YOUR POCKET BOOK IN MIND!

!inS.inday Sunday school! P I"

am morning worship srrv.it- I

i; "\VhI am Thankful 11 a-. F -Itj7 t( :' z'' WHILE THEY LAST AT i

:I youth fellowships 6 p.m'n...:_ '

v or;hip .service, fourth stuiiin

I, Bright.: ;: Future." 7:30 p mV,xi-!: WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

:.rsd.is junior choir practice; 3 :30v ; GAY'S HOME! APPLIANCES

FLORIDA BANK STARKE m' prayer. Union meeting.Thanksivrj 7:30 p n.'Thursday .:: PHONE 166


*,Tvue First Baptist Church. 1C) : 231 1 N. Temple Ave Starke. Fla.
Member Florida National Group am 215: W. :\LmO1: ;:, PHONE: 10

, i We invite ail who will ".:::>

, :. 'ir-shiT': with us -' u.. ." .\ .' ,.
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PAGE EIGHTBradford BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA .
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Hunters Speeding Cases Sapp Family Gathers For Annual Reunion -OWNER WANTED- !(File For Exemption


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Tax Assessor Oeru I I. ,.
TakeSpoflight t. ::_ L
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: The Marke Cit> l'.Ibart| th.s't't'k that UP.\.I"- ,\ _.,

Get Ready For In Court c <, i- .. on tilt- lookout for Hi. .inner '.n : de 1.>r homes'ei.l .-\, 1"; .
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Mayor's t 4- Of .1 Illl: '\tf \\ hidl tt aleft| <'in do. >,i now and i.ti ; i'
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p'_ -=-. raC .. ,. Jt .it Hitc ilJail t".. nr thn-i- t I! .T.I.n 1:1" in ,
t 4 5t- ; : ;: : pie\i'i-: :: M t i1-
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Season f ) \ itt..1.. ago.
Opening ; Long said he b ::.k '
Kisses and loift-ilure.s for :
'j; i .t:.. 1'olnihi. f \\ K.: Thorn-
t < ; step to "kill two bi-ds! ,\ ,".
ins and reckless driving ai' '"'i!: I t,. ... .." lOll said the bike i.. l being held stone" .
Hiint.-t.s : by enabling "
HI Btddfoid Count } t ; i'"r" -
!' .il (In- ,'-1hall
tit for the major portion nt : it and tinOVMUT Jiiv.. to
"!. uick tome tO the .
hjokt- ( :
out anti cleaned ui -
i\ ( t .(n ;mU it up. It i.. a itlti,'.
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'ti(' tlu-u hunting in sum collected in Mayor T : } > p.iv.en' t.txt'1! :,- -
goai;
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prepara- ; rr
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i. :;! 1.111.1..1. .
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n to 1 be on the tiring line i<*. Ja'kson'court Monday as t \ : l''ml't: I.

'ie fcin-st.s, s< nibs and duck I \\t'rc fined a total of $90 :::1."

!liiuK when hunting season getaml. : .I There were four cases of i ..

., full swing Tuesday morning. jnmg red lights. netting th iI$4U Sell IL* Rent It Trade IIMIH

Tiihty will mark the opening"f I and one case of Urivinu Aitniut [

the season: on deer. quail. tur- | dnvei's lu-ense which :a.tu. ,!jI .. ) j

ki-v. ;md squirrel. Doves have I jj-nother $25. A $25 fine \'. ij ...7 : i. ... \ A

IHHMI I he target for hunters since j r forfeited on an intoxication chat! xj < ..... a i TELEGRAPH CLASSIF1Ii

Oi t 1.1 and Ducks since Xov. 7Several j and one man was penalized -- .
% s- .\hflut 'iVi di'si-cndrnts. of Henry and! :.Martha! Sapp and guests
'W.'i Ip.
parties of HradforJ or five days for intoxication: ...

hunters! aie planning: to spem'ilniost I!' Losing $25 fines for spetdm:; t; ( i '.,; atl..r4..1 at tin- Inline "I1 r. and :Mrs. FIi sapp hi ll.-illironn rc- Low Hates Good Results! KasiT* Place

all of .next week in thoOcala. ;I iiiid reckless driving were RoVtti t tj : :: -.. ii'iitlj for th. second anuii.il familj minioM. At the top Irft is the ") uniis OR U: S. ONE: INSERTION: : _
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: Leon Norman and John/ $I 4I 50
national forest. going down i K'ops. 4 ,_
j fr1 largest famih of the group. :\Jr. and Mrs. Jake sapp and 13: ihildrrn.j2 E.UllIII1lTIOX.L WORD
2cSftr
Carter. Green unrtI
Sunday ot Monday to set up George was ;

amp. i I $15 for reckless driving; 't, I J : | 'I.r are -*'ram'' Mrs. Sapp, Mrs. 1.J.'ih (Ctinnrr IVIiv ..IPII.11'''. IA- : I..MQ.M..K..KH1KM*Hill I ION U. roil 111.1\11.\1)' o s%on TWO\1) oiMa.VI n11" '\' .

The County Judge's office repotted -I Fines of $10 were foifeited 1 t f, ,,, :. j I .ftls roy :\urlltall.11'%. r. II. lt.tltli..h.lr.... Morgan 1I'ath uf Ft. I. iudcrdalr. IIIeri.,'"

I that licenses were selling I''tunning rent lights by John Slum _ I .1. C. Saul of Camp HI.lllllin11'/ : ''. \ t'tflr Barr of Ihlloii s. ('..
I Clin.s.toiher] Henley Catliern 1 I.t: 1 101 '11. I IKl: 'I III"
pietty fast but expected the big ... .:" -i *. 'I. .1! .j i .. '
I ,, Kldon: Sapp, .Mrs. Carlton! Cli.ist.in of Hampton.. DIMCJar- I IIMIII- MlU Mm
rson: Negro and Ellis Nichol- lin ???,
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tush to rome the last of this "' 11 I" ; : i .1'I IMI
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week and Martin Orandbeity. Negro tm rrn of StateslHiro (ia., Mrs. IVlisc of J.nksonxillr. Mrs. Hill l 1 I'. .- X .'
Monday I XI..UI I milrs
,. )I.'f. i. .I.< 4.111 un Iichi a< i.IhU .
feited $25 when he failed to I : -. ..I... and well k ,.. .. ........
Licenses for hunting in the ip L- TiIhy, and '\\11''. Kirliard Kaof JaduiII. -. At top right are the frame 10.,..... that <-l a -

('t'unl.cost. $2. for hunting in peal to answer charges of (hiving I _ J ,, hosts fur thl'III''I1..lul1. anti Mrs. Fli\ Sapp uml Mrs. 1il.i Mun- FI.OHln.HE.I.TY( ) (0. iratlr r.., a I".l...., ,,unnir f equal nishri.':01., ., ,l.?.
vilhout a dl 'er's license John Of Starke I.'" n -I hi.. i,. thai ,
anothei $4.50 and for I. J fflur'I'n..ratifln... uf the descendents Mrs.F .p.rlun
county. ; )Mills Negro forfeited $2;; mi ; f dAt li-ft / are represented. 1rlr"h...... :1..;: <.Ii'i e I.erii n ii I I i.ic r.... ll s ..i.
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hunting in the state $7.50. A S5 I \Nornutn.: seated with hrr liushand is the oldest present' at the It-rl hnomr.l, {in ,, hrrr san are und
pililic i intoxication charge too\ I I 2.1.1: 1r"I. \\r. sijrLr. I'at.1B "ani I trailr. lor it.Vm, ..
fee is charged to hunt in the wildlife 1It'I hel'l Franklin. Negro was sentenced _ : exi-nt and the baby at the left i. the joungest.: The baby is lu-ld! lij .... I lies. ,. 'rr n... uiHtut |I.i. o u.p'"lull. nrr -
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in the 'I'l ..
management areas J nr 1'1'1' .Iu'd
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to $25 or five da\s "II ___I_ L : her grandparents. and Mrs. ( 11'\)' :Norman of Tahl.itia'oev.Chief I'i'U l li\T:/ : T" ".,'01 U ---ii: nn-, I'll to :Xli.lNMI.lluililiiic .
state. which includes the Ocala -- ., ,
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|ot \ /Il"ll- i ''Ihld| !11n.'h..1|, t
and Osceola forests. j ;.n intoxication chatgeRecent AAAAAAAAAAA. .11' I'''It.! lalK .ti.i l h.iu.it: at j l ..ts rr ..;..... Iart' h,.,,.
&LAA LA A A A A AAA A ALA AAAA AAAA 44jAAAAAAAA .
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; "4 K: I I', -\> ti'-! .si Hr i' rr ail arrr Lie !ln,| inh| .
The C.imp Manding hunting;; i Of RealtorsIn THANKSGIVING lllllrs from court 10.,....... '| herr :ir.nl .-
I Births ; will be this ant < ||
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area opened year I'' IIoil Small new and repair Jobs ac- a .......1 grailrd ....a.. ,.I!,..... |,, Ii ii:h-
a $5 charge will be made in ad- The Bradford County Hospital SERVICES SETI cepted. Joe C. Hicks, Rt. 1. Box "n> IIHI. Ihr prl-rs arr (....... %...IHI
iition to other local and stat- I announces the llowing births: j jMr State To Visit Hv Sam MrJarvi L'l.T-A; MuK. tKhtotn l.. soo with .rr> ...._. irrm.rrrs .

.ees to hunt there. an,1Irs.. Marion Glen i iPrexvs : luau Tli.inUsgUiii"/; ..sr i.e'.. TI\TII .'%%I'InS.RYR Ctl \ "ilb a: Iliimri. :...-.-.1.... hilt
of Raiford. a daughter De- 'I fig Myj-ten': Who is Stealm \\ ill In field at 10 am. Tliurs- R \ UJ-P.UIUU U a, brlnrrn Mlihllrhuriilul; Hr< -
All )I It I.... All Model slontMrichts.. |.,..,,| huntinu. fi'hine
bora Glennette Xov. 13. Board In Starke 4 Joy's nllk't'! shut the old gal uf day at tinFirst l.iilist| llraouaablr Charges Knaraolrrdtins. anil farminu rluhl un pr..prrl>-

Mi' and Mrs. Amon Travis the barnyard. expecting to milk ( liiinh \\ lh the 1:1'I.. K.Mirruoixl :. ('. !siiEi'iiKHD: .XXonilrrful. torbi..'krn farm I....lxl
.n
703 V.'. Call !'o'. Mark I.... 2M liuibrr llnl.t" I njr oil 111:10-|
'Jufii.s of Staike Amor uf tinl'ir l
a son. h<-i' in the morning. but when wr : p.istor > ."", ::l.

Tr.ivis .II'.. Nov. 13: 0 ... ( liri-ti.in: ('hurl Ii. drlixerinj
try we find that some fourfllultiI \ KMItrr I at ii.ltant.. ,
oil tin WHEN IN NEED OP :" ,1 lain,
srriiiiui.Mu .
oil I rascal has beat us to it. Joy won'tsnv O.rr lINt brad .rail. Ira.lorriiuipmrnl
Mi and Mrs. Charles M. Tat- : ..i i<- \t ill In- furni-.li.-il l li) LANDSCAPINGFILL 3 II ||. |,..iit'. Th(. ,,,?.
: a word! With her. it is a case h. r .
1..1..lIai h.'rr I. I..rrllle'.
1 1I 1V W::
!-k of Sneads announce the
Offering
tin- First (lioir. \
COLDS I of "first first served." Baptist .ierlaflrnf pa.III. fbi' I' Ih..
.. FIGHTS ALL both of a son. Gregory Merlin i ion come riTehixl at the !M-niiv DIRTor l'araln .f (hr .1;.) III I'I.IHI errtiare
;: *, /: . .. November 1. Before her 1 oil aWe fr ..'rr) Ihlnl;. 'I i b. It'tn..
I marn1age. I will K" to' ""' HIM-| llavrnHospital DISKINGW. arC ha hi 'UII. "rC latin :
T Tr< L don't want to make
r IM LESS: TIME IIS I Mrs. Patrick Miss Mary -. anyow j
/ was Tn.it h. I wintei that \ :t> xiireiast for Crippltil ('hiltlrl'niu
r- . ; -. r :: MEDIOt.E Weldon of Starke. hungry. but for breakfast toda> L. TIIIGPEN, JK. !''ol..i.,.., 1. Ihr "...... fur ihi_ Iar-
< nasaL .siioAn yet Here I. I I' JacUsomillr.Milton I l h 1' II.
up It. biimr In ,,
an 'rl.nl;
'I we had grapefruit pan cakes Rt 2 Box 215-D Alton Rd. .....nll..lI. ibm
nns built
far
lirtrturmnl I 1I is November and the weather is' home-made sausage and good oh' Officials mQNE 297-J f..rlab:> Ih inK a. )ou ran rum-tell

I still stayuig mild At this time I Bradford County syrup. We en- .I uhen >ou krr all. Ihr r\lra. "birbare
I Starke, Fla. inrludrd. ( ;..,r to rtrr> lkioe.
From where I sit.. 4'Joe Marsh : last year and "ailiT, we'd had abad : loved it immensely and couldn'ti Tell BenefitsOf Tan br ..handled fur as Illllr a.
l't I0 XKMMI d "n, Ihr total prier I. onl
I :-lThere'll -.-. I frost. Howexer by the time i I help but think of what Middletor Natural GasThe $1I..I.. *'. ,\ high U lulu ...... than It>

,. I, this is printed we may all be Rosier said about food today Ft lit S,\T.ETt: \ l,.-i.>..in m-ilcrn .ooll.l.nd iatrklmrnt.br duplimlrd for today. %

I "They've kept right on improving framthmne ..n 10 a'ro' Hi'ar.- t
of Starke has signed a .
shivering and shaking. City 1 tnii \\ltli
Alwu. it. until now it isn't fit to eat". As I".n ur.-xr I.o< alrU I hate a nallfne llsl fur .lIn.....
add natural to the I miN'nith! of l.iuti\ :101V. .
1 I. .; J1 / I contract to gas on Inl... nad farniK. If ,
1 TOne for us we'll take the old-fashion- \ It StM.-kl.iiut.) !: 1 J'H.,,\ -,7s. for aJr. _. our proprrlIs >
the citizens i pl..a
sold to
utilities now I I roularl toe al
Be An "Expert"Drove : good thing is that the ed. unimproved kind (which taste ''hl.'re. the system to be constructed : l.aw.v tohg.I on.... I ma> hair a ba>rr nalliaclur
berries that have been set out I jusl that )ou h.... If you
I r .t so good! ) and operated upon favorable completion !% PAID O>i SAVINOS: KET- ; nnaf Kuaraalrrd advrrlUine:; <>ni
weather to
had get
have
good STONE STATE BANK KEY-I I. ) >ur pn.irrl>' ken rail liidat. It
out to see how they're From where I sit. free ad>ice is !, growing. We've seen quite a I I of hearings and other red 1 STONE" HEIGHTS FLA. MEMBER -.: ma) hr ,our tin,. la ...II.

getting along ith the new super called "free" because it's usually : few patches that look pretty Notice that farmers are growing tape. FDIC.

highway that going to pass notworthmuch.Thatlittlefellowthrough good. and we think it is the mor$ and more Coastal Wheatin Natural gas is a comparatively WE RUT AND SELL USED FUR. ': WALL REALTY -

tow n. was typical of the kind of"expert" Jack Justice pt.-sitlent of 'ilu mild weather and enough rain this area. Talked to a seed in :'I| new factor in the economy of NITUKE. Elrod Furniture Co. I' REGISTERED BROKER
Fhone 43.
While I was then a :ussImlc who can't resist getting in digs- I Florida Realtors A"sII'I.ltlO: and We haxen't set out any becauseof spector. who said that three time !i i Florida cities, and doubts about its tfchg'APAUTSIENT Office: 3.37 N. Walnut St.

about how you work. what you the unceitainty of the moving as much wheat has been planter1this efficacy have been raised in some : ". .I: UKNT:: ..n :xia.ii-i I II
guy-a spectator, like mecameup I an outstanding re.iltoi of Miami : with last !I 1 son St. Apply at tSax's: Hmi.i- Phone 187-J P. 0. Box {66
to the foreman on the job and wear, w hy you happen to prefer a Peach will pay the Iota! Realty I of our home and roadstand year as compared quartets. Hut one of the pioneer !i .Xppliain. I'll..11.Hi t f.Iig1.I Starke Fla.
glass of beer with when they start to four-lane season. He said farmers are turn cities to install and operate a
jour supper.
started making all sorts of suggestions Board an official visit on l-'riday.1 I 'I t S.\l.E-"< nit'nt St.-pv i .11,,) -, i ilil
: "Shouldn't it go a little People like that don't mean to be Nu2 He will he entertained I US-301.: ing to it. instead of oats because natural )gas:: system recently reported fI .ieitgth.. .'...... Ih-I.llla.i..n .\1-1.1. "
of it's resistance to drought anc" in the Florida Municipal u..ik ..f all k;n.l.11..101 Til'I'
troublemakers but
the road
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farther left there? Why don't to lat a noon luncheon in the Garden jRestaurant. j ('.. 127: l.afan.Tt.o=f. 1'ln.ne 1'1'Jl :!i INCH: TELEVISION consoles. SI*
real intolerance i is paved with Heard some moie talk about cold and many other reasons I Hecont that the profits and advantages v_. ttr down at Pahmer'a. tfchg
you bank the curves more? : ;II .
their good intentions. panthers around this area. Askei! I IWe'le : exceeded all estimates. I:;t'f\I\; ,: SMoKK: : : :M.-al, .
Those ditches awful close" ', fur.in; \l-
are Plans being mad to have ; :; ;.it & SMOKK: :Meat 'u: .ng Also '
I are j Quincy Rosier who lives just getting into the seasor William H. Byrom the mayorof C..UI St..ramai Mark. ,. ,' ('S.. a .111 St.rag- St.uke: I I. ,. f.
and so, on and on. including ..
approximately 35 guests. inside the the Flowing and of U,-he ifill.
County by for growing greens again. undoubtedly the small West Florida town

The foreman took it as long as I member registered real es- Well bridge and he said he saw there will be a lot I i i )Milton wrote that in 1955; the \\ r: ii.vio' "- in furtli-li.-il. al'." 1- -

he could then asked politely: 8 17f(" ,t.te (dealers and outstanding two of them near his place several planted around here. The reasoris town's natural gas system eained in.litiiitalil.'.- I..r .'Ii,,. '"i Itt j s tuior.t 1.:11111' I
All I.IIMIH iM.iple. Veil M'.iM.n.il.h \\.ll l.iillt h"lm' I I.MUI I |I'1.i 1.' ,
the "
"How docs she look for length? csti/ens of community. ; years ago lie heard them not hard to fine because:; there I I Sl3.ltiM.! almost twice as much as Itt'It--iI. All e..ii' .'ui-jt. ,.' X. pttv. I. fl.'li. $:::7". ,IMI t.. }.' I ;." "" MMiitliUr.i (

I nembeis aie especially urged to' down in the swamp and went out isn't another we can thinkof tie engineers' estimate of 23000. Mr. and Mr- \\ II :N..lli.-tt.: \ 21'sW > nit.111- j'.j ..ii r" jii I.'t .,
attend the luncheon which !I but crop M.I.IIS..M M if.-lii I 1 l.lll .. I.. it I. I h"H-. I I.-a-'. 1 ''I .
promises shot at them the
Copuight, l'>jt>. L'nited Stales Brewcrt Foundation ;I to get a that costs so little to grow "Another measure of our I rnr .t' I'i I

I to be an outstanding event got away. He said that before and easy to make (/if you can geta I success with natural gas." the l Fill' SAI.K. -niT; Inlern.Uii.iMl 1'- ': ......omn.RtU.T\' ("O.OF .
tin Starke. the road was hard surfaced there continued "can be shown I'll Illli' .k IJ.M.ll, ri.iul I .'tI Call
stand ) and grows off so fast. mayor !T'i.lV t. Thiepen. Jr If.-lig STAIJKK
Among the prominent realtors were always panther tracks a- I We'\e heard of cases where r ,I with a comparison of the estimated 'Irlrpbonr 3>>:.1 .
round there. I I.\NI: t lit ".\1\1: W\VTII:: nm_L'O :35. -... .
!' and T..IIIIII..h. Starke. ..1.
tu be included in the piesident's number of customers |
*...
has made
grower over $700 ar \ lionet nut iii.'v-.nv \'. .inl'i.
will be: William H. LipP the actual number at the end of l. ...il .1 i: : .li ..
This Week's party and for little i i < t. < .n I' I' I: \ |
SpecialsNovember I acre on turnips. very .
1'1.! Jr. of Orlando executive' Riding out near Brooker last invested! I six years. "which amounted to '-L': '. I'. ,III'., -, KIII'K'.i' -'n II i.. i ii

St .T<>taiy of the Florida Board week. when suddenly a whole i I I 112.0'estimatell as against 1675 i| .'< tit I rEXT: '1'I.I I.. .lr...in iiiifnrnivheil I i "Foil IST1 and 2 I>MM.I.III. f.irnihed .

ot Reiltors Morrison I. Taylor I covey of quail ran out in frontof i actual" lie aid the engineers had I. Ii.'ti'Nt-tt y ..I.ui.it.il f.2"i | apartmentS.e itt liv
16 thru ; the and I Leo is nOl ,!,-:: .; xttt at .-''I, in I Ii U 1'ratt HI. I'lmn. ;i"". if.-lie j j Ja.-kM-n. Central Ti IK k I.iiu
or'the we plowed right
ihaiiman car. estimated that the system
ill Jacksonville, Phone 16;.
I I fellKFuli
spite i of the tl 4i.;!'. rats we are '
Florida Real Estate Commisr.'on: through them steering to tr> i wouldn't be servicing 16,0I"lIsloml'l's I iimrsiK: >I: UK.VT MIi.i.
I to avoid we giving .lir.i. He L TI: s.ilng: a lot :M..rgar.. Ut <. l.x: :.T. Slarky. I"j'
Bi ant Skinner of Jai'ksonville.ne hitting any.iwn j until 30 years after the I RKNT-Fi. a-.d -i\ i...-I'. .

\ president of District One remembered later how good:; 'hey ]! end that s a bad si,,!!. I operation began I.K< 'I l: SAI.r: t.. I. -(1"11-,1.1.( i p..rT.ttra. furni'-hed, apartiix nt- ...'4 \
taste. we almost wished we hid 1 .\ ii\t h..nit ...n.nule city ; fhureh St Applv :.MS \ i'lmi.1 1.St. I 1.
'* : Milton one of the pioneer
was
Florida Board of Realtors.; Tom .
TOWELS lmnt V' Y -tniM I itiun I.a nWIII I I'hone I 171-\\ If hi.F
22IC Ihibsun. Gainesville realtor; and knocked down a couple for dn ; Read an explanation by a meat I[ cities in Florida to have natural MlU |II ;N..lliiiaii. Slaike _

Fied Arnold of Gainesville vice ner. i( packing concern which attemptedi I gas !service for its citizens and TfelicVXTKI =: \ ..r Sal..- !LonR haired I riiihu.ilm.i'
a -mall. \Vi.n.lerf I Su..1: l\
I p.-
i to show that the! middlemen in the
\ piesident-elect of District One I '* i the first to operate its own plant. \ : > :\1.f"r: full ..i (part rriiiuAK<'|>rK > Trauml I'r .1.1A

1st quality It suie pays to drive carefully I meat business make very little per The population of the town i is less :- 'line w.-rk a.Sinor i.-|>it-t in.itie ;. -'lerr,', Klnp-lev Lake. ph"n>.
Mrs Lloyd .1. Green will present I in St.irke nr..i :'ttatgiut.tn.- :1'lhl I It, tic I 11 I "ii
Full size 1 musical during the'! We were out on Bayless Highway ;! pound although a steer thai sold: than 3.000.. :i lit isi.I.'I. Applv' S.r. Scu'ncV I _

Reg. lOcDIAPERS84C program I recently when up ahead we saw r i I for 14 cents a pound by the cattlemen I Dining):: the six years the systemhas I 1"'hII": < .. Ihl' :X. :M.UK.II I 'n.iirheon hour. and A. J. Thomas, I I -il k- I'i'J:. It. he 1'' 7 Trin k !:r..,. I' -t.iin :int rf. tiir
tractor drawing a cart, and it sells for an average of abouti been m operation the earned "
i pu'bident of the local Iniard. will i iII' i \ I
front of that a boy on a bicycleWe I 50 cents in the stole. Big differI 'i surplus has amounted to $153,364 I Foil SALE-Simnti.ni Hid.-a-ltpd hIlt Ml.F.inn
|'ii> side and will intio.Ui.idir(- /1 ""IIII'.n s:::. i h', "-/I.". rl I I iiii:"" ,.,i(1ta.I: : ) 'tli ,.. 111111')
: tmguibhed guests. slowed down and it was I ence. as we see it, is that the "While natural gas in itself has I inr. $" .". ,,101'1'1' ,.f ..f..... mplall.! \"'1 EU: TI itu.i'a.

goo thing we did, for without 1 cattleman: is going broke while been a blessing to our citizens it I r.fmc Jl :2.'i: ..It. h '. .-"rkHn. ti.. ,..... I'honrll -.1111:
I I I ...- ".fI.. *-:..-". 'Jnfl irtnr ja.i .- Fur \ .*.... 'I1o.aL..hlnc and
the boy his bikE from the time farmer has helped in other ways to gi'eour
I warning swung j a unloaa i I i I "lhdn7 -\\'. li liev.ne '11'11111'1 ('brl_tma.. firdrm4UMI.
I Former Starke around right into our path. HoI \\ i! a steer until it teaches the con- : residents more and better I at Si a titi:,rd i u il :'11<"i.tti. l.a',v I/-\ I .'* TI ItKFl FIII1
Fl.rabonr, Florida
'Woman Heads Up I thankful we were that we had I i I' sumer everyone else makes a services Byrom continued. For I ltDF' I I II I I I.; ".' I or

i been cautious. I, profit! : one thing our gas department together >tt !o=.\I..:-I" ::.! 1:1 har i'' 1 with department ,. Trailer :L'S ft modern Very ...leanKaeton FOK SAI.K-on* n--'I -'-pi-- lixHit
Will police
Good Group our .
.
:M-iil. T.ra.t". If t. d ami ; r' Itt -nil. c..ii h '-n\erf
I ference. Madrid officials were soi I Ii I St. Edward's Church I purchased a two-way radic I 1 .twninir $1n.. .-.... .T U'.nreM'tKIT to doill.le' lied No hri'k., niinne

:! Mi >. Virginia Torrueha. 69- i impi es.sed by her enthusiasm that ,1 system with each paying its pro-. 1:10..11 !5tat i.... 1Ip.'j. .I Phone 244-K t I Mi lieKOK

wal s-old mother of eight child they promised to help her life's Sunday Mass at 9.15 a m. rata share of the cost. For an- ] : SXI.E on 1 kENT: :; b.-." ,...m HF::' T- :: in-iii-.i. f.i. III-I.. 'I
Holy day masses 6:30: a. m and other our department and OUt. house, lara:.. \.iril 914 :N Tt-mplr hou*>- I-ire. vanl I i '!1"-' .n
Men's AthleticSHIRTS r.-n! and a former resident of greatest ambition: to build a i h'3tf a 111'Childlen water and gas sewer departments purchased -I .t.. l-hi.ni- .", .\\' in I 1 '-.ll ..';.1. ". h_

?: ake, received recognition in "House of the Americas" on a :, S Catechism I'la.ss:; each a modern bookkeeping:; KOI, S.\ i I...: -- 1'.",,ti.alh, / n.-ufv* OFR PFPPV STHAYKH fi, ".' h-m.
( 1'.'(."' i.ii! bt.at' l"i..n'- IU"- t"fV and n 3:15
for at
the Miami Herald recently site the organizations wns In I II Wednesday : p. mKf machine with each departmenl. : ,
XX"ilnnt St. ito very mmh and "ff'r .1 > .i.r'i
hei: work in fostering better | Miami. >stone Heights paying its pro-rata share of thE. f"r herafe return ..i (," ,aIr
31C j i Mrs. Toriuella's home. at 2796 Sv At St William's Chapel) f'tit! ":; \1.1' t-,...I y'..1 '\',,'" .i,;..n l-- difiK tar h" r..
understanding and good will between cost. T-itik |ftftFl W ",,,,,.." <:;, tin ihoutHer l naritaI I i- "Su-i
\ 33rd Ave. in )Miami (Follow Hiway 21 south! to St beer
is always j "In addition there have I She is half boxer :tn.1IoIf 1.-'II I
the Americas. open to the 420 members of the Witiam's: Sign.) '! other instances where oui, 'l: !-1.u-ia. trt...rn Ileat.r Kx- Tail .nt hort '..1..1' l.rr.d!
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:2 Limit many -llenr! ".niti.n|| Reasr.naltlo. \I!''. ". ni..nth-/ \\.i- w .IT.liar '
I !of fS. Tomiella came to the chapter there. "They can come Sunday Mass 4 a. In.I I gas Department has helped th l '-"..n.' :J!I."I' 1W.. :Madi-on .-.. .11 d la-t -, "-n ..T I I'n: I Ia .
1st qualityINFANT Tinted States from Puerto Rico 7:30 .1 I !St ItrligH'lt r.t.f! ('.. f'"rn. > f ( ', '..1".n,1
here at all hours she says "be- ,, Holy day masses : a. m. i town render more and hettei ser 'ii.| -\ r
I '
in 1917 and soon became con- I consider their :I 'Confessions before all Masses. .. Call SI- I.t"n' 7 NWalnut
cause myself citizens. KENT: .
vice
.J j to our -Fp-tair-. i "m and St < r .11 i-7' Thank
\inced that inter-American understanding I'-ith ,' .. .. '
I .ipaitn-t-nt ipl.eh) / turn ; x. | 1 F. 'Itall: W.lli
could help both the natII'l : -t,"I' .rid 'pin-c.I flt T .'11'1"\ i
-r; > '.1111''. ting I I.. .Ir.. 10I
-cr Lutherans Will Hold "n "I'.xin- lltIK: tI'\ fill' .
c .? of her choice and the regions Ma.rpi; ivat.- iri'ian! .. ';.ntl..- I Till: IIt II:\ li.'a nnl .

finiii! which she came. One --'a "iilv .\\1'1'1"n\ \ I li n. .:'JO l N"n undrr nrn manaErmral
Services Here Sunday ,
N W.tlnnt, :St :it, :: I 1 n
DRESSES 44 During the time she was I MI- --

ins{ her large family in New York Lutheran Church services will I

Citv and later in Starke, there Man dT b,' held at 7:30: p. m Sunday alt TIMBER FOR SALEI

l bt quality w I-; little time for developing hei h,' hnme of George Kaufmann

Pat.tekSHOES ,d.'i But when her children were 717) \\' Cypress St am offering for sale all timber 6" in diameter and

in own, she found time to go for- Job ti1 Th. R.-\' A. F. Geibhaidt. !p.is above on approximately 100 acres of land in Knidford

u lid'Ith her dream of bettei -'tht' First Lutheran Chin. h
; 'ounty en the following terms and conditions :
American: relations and I 1
goot ; i :"cs'' ilie. will conduct th

S \M.I! Eventually she founded the On I M _l Thr.se services anin The purchase price is (tll be paid in three payments

I -'. i Americana: : an p'gr.n7itioi ,. one-third before :
le39 .- I : i s- of organization: ;1' on or December 20 ) Ifi. one third I

i. \O-.M' to ths, purpose whu-h Jct-p. '.. i i .n two previous nw.-I on January :20 l9and!): one-third on January 15.:

lle 1.9-2.99 ':' I.' hits chapteis in man V S H .. n. ris 20 people h-r.f :' 1 19.It!' ; Timber may be cut during/ the year 10.:;". .
'
ir.-s and in all Latin Amern anlines \\va .1 i
y (
_ Slight I :>oil 1 V ':' For her devoton: ') ; ", .i.\v ithotit a hi'" I llid. are to be opened at ?M Temple A\enue in

.1 ause she became hf'-t! .>ue
.' 'n",1 to al'nd'V.C.T.f:! :Starke: Florida at 12:00 o'clock noon Staurday. December -
-osiJont: of all of them. 100
: 1.1th: 1931! : (> The owner re I .* i,'e the death of her hiisland '
tititit I.s" ... U reject any and all bid
1947.! Mr.s Torruella has tit>-

I .! almost full time to her or- "TIIK: l.IQIOR| TItUTK I>. AN: Each bid shall be accompanied with a certified chtck

., 7 ition. "I believe in ONE Itl I I1JI.R-ONTUUTOR)I ) Harold. Johnson looks n\rr sketches nl KMI. UIIICII MINT 15K KKMK )- in the amount of $500.00

\erica."' she says "anj I travel his new r.-st.iur.int tutu under" < onstruetitu, on Highway 100. about \nl,1): THE I.OKI K\- I

r'uch! as I can in this country I tuo mil,'" south of Markr. Lain;:; quarti-rs for thilulmson family I'F.UTETRV: ( IlKlvmX: Land description will be furnished at my office at .'{.">

.n the other Americas to con- %%ill INIdcatid on the vcond" story of the nn\ strut tun-. Tin- John MAN: .\:XOMX: TO Itt Temple Avenue in Starke Florida.A .

1,0W .' more and more people that sons recently niu\cd to Bradford ( ounty after living: in J.u ksomillr HIS PART ." '

i ill!! belong together." (EXCERPT: FROM \liItI'BY :" j J. THOMAS
for the past 10 jears. They are originally from :\Iidlinl.n: e\-
( all ..I1h : .-: year she e\vn went to TIIK LATE MRS. ( ()l.VIN.: ; I IV 0 Box 36Starke. $-
pcricnci'd ('aflll'nlu.Ir.. Johnson ierecting his l.uilding; almostsingl ,
>; i.n on invitation ot"the NATIONAL: C. T. 1" I'REMIIEXT. -'
,'liandedljlie! and his wife and their three children are living ; Florida
,' .h to attend the
: government .)
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.,,, _._ b.If. ._ !'" __ -ri': -, -'- 4....- t, ,!;__J- -_ j 1 \ :::erir.a; : : Mun-ip i' Ci- in :r trailer until their new home is completed. -

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