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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r :k -. -c I A case against a Keystone Heights man charged with At Polls TuesdayCompetition

performing a "lewd and lascivious act"'before a young girl

c was certified to Circuit Court after three elementary school

r girls testified in a preliminary hearing Friday that he was' t. . Sharpens As Candidates

: : the man who accosted them in two separate incidents Sunday k

I : : afternoon, Aug. 25. ,! H .. Enter Homestretch In City RacesA
-' Her father reported the affair t
I i The man, E. W Wester Jr., 1I \.. .
to the and later Sundaj' ,
L..... __ ...--.c.'t-i-.t ., ,-- I 21, was arrested on the complaint evening police the girl picked Wester : .:: ... I ISheriff record vote was predicted by veteran political observers

Wintering the strangeorld of school life after five years of stayIng testified of concerning a 12-year-old an girl incident who out of a lineup at the county in Starke as campaigning by the 12 candidates Vying -

at home can be an awesome experience, and little Lila Jane Fowler which occurred on Walnut street. jail.Wester'a r for city posts entered the home stretch this week.

didn't like it a bit, reacted hi womanly fashion with a few Her testimony waa strength- attorney, J. C. Ad- The recasts'are that between 1,500 and 1,600 persons

tears Even the reassurances of her mother Mrs. Dewey Fowler, ened when two other girls one kins of Gainesville, questioningthe will cast ballots before the polls close next Tuesday.If 'this
girl about the askedif
lineup
didn't make school appear any rosier. 12-years-old and the other nearly the other men in the line besides prediction comes true it will.mean that about 300 more"persons -'

11, told of a similar episodein Wester, needed a shave. will' vote than has been the rule in the 'past in major

which the same man accosted t'itv plpHnnq 'I ,
Little Overall .Change She replied that they did. She -WJ -.-..uv--u. .
them on Temple avenue near the ? :
added that some of the men in About 1200 voters" has been the COUNTY TO STAY
high school. The testimony indicated '
the lineup did not have shoes on. I Welcomes usual turnout in a major'elect-
Sweat To
that the Temple avenue Staff WITHIN BUDGETThe
First Grade Is RegisteredAlthough "Did the other men look like
Record incident took place a few minutes ion-one in which the mayor,
4 they.had' been in ?" Adkins
jail
before the one on Walnut city clerk, police chief and several County Commission

an unexpectedlylarge will re: created if a teacher and. street.The little girl who brought the asked."Yes," the girl replied. She Sweat Named As Sheriff's Deputy; city councilmen are to be will funds have to prevent an abundance an over-of

number of first graders place to put them can be found.A said there were about six men in elected-in recent years. For example expenditure of the budget
original testified
that
case Wester .
1 swelled the six classrooms:' of the slight increase in enrollmentwas accosted her on North Walnut the lineup. in 1955 the total number? this year but the budget
School the registered at Bradford High The other two Resigns Starke Assistant Chief Post
as testified
girls
Starke Elementary number of street as she was walking, home of votes cast was 1258. will have to be amended to
heralded another School, with the pu- that Wester accosted them
school bells from as i do it, County Clerk Charles
a friend's house few
minutes
a In "off"
868. an 'only
year-when
to
term Tuesday morning, the total pils climhing from 852 they were riding their bicycle on Darby told the Commissioners -
enrollment in the county was reported The biggest increase was in the after 6 p. m. She was on Temple avenue. They said that Starke Assistant Police Chief;I to the city,"' the mayor said. "He three council seats are up for Tuesday
the west side of the street walk- Sweat will be the new Brad-! has election-the
10th grade which receives the Wester Riley been a good policeman. total.vote is usually
no his The Commission
to have experienced stopped car directly gave approval -
; great change. graduates from Lawtey Junior ing north and Wester was driv- in their path as he was going ford County deputy sheriff, to fill Chief Thornton said that Sweat less than 1000. Last year the for Darby to proceed
ing his car south. the vacancy created when Fate was one of the best total vote 848.
he was
This class increased from around men had
High. -
Most of the schools counted She a corner so that they with the amendment The,
said he stopped his car Brown was suspended after be- ever seen on the force. "I hate to The
about the same student popula- 154.to 182. : had to stop. predictions for the heavy clerk estimated that .the
tion as they had at the begin- The enrollments at the other near the curb where she was The 12-year-old girl was riding ing arrested on federal moonshine see him go," the chief .said. vote are based on the fact that document should be changed .
walking and called to her. She charges, Sheriff P, D. Reddish In
ning of school last year and Supt. schools were Elementary School,' went to in front with the younger one announcing Sweat as his 412 new ,persons registered to to provide for the spendingof
the car thinking he announced Tuesday. choice for the '
I :Morgan reported the overall at- 995; Lawtey Junior High, 265; wanted some distance behind. The older I deputy post the vote this. year a record numberof about $2,000more. -
to ask directions, rested Sheriff Reddish said that Sweat sheriff also commended the law-
tendance about equal to the year Hampton, 129; Brooker, 104. Total her hands on the window and girl said that Wester, made an will assume duties in his new man. new registrations. Indicationsare But this should cause no

ago mark of around 3100 stu beginning enrollment at the looked in. indecent suggestion" her as post sometime around the middle that, the candidates' have worry Darby said because

dents. white schools was 2361. she was stopped by his car. "I have ,worked with Riley ever also succeeded in gaining the interest the Commissioners will have
the month.
of
The Negro schools recorded an She said he made an indecent "I since I Save been sheriff" he said of of about fll.OOO in excess
The nearly 200 children enter- didn't know what to do so Sweat's resignation from the segments voters who ,
ing the first grade in Starke was enrollment of about 725 with all I proposal to her and his ,trousers I took off" she said. Starke police force was accepted "and I have' never worked witha have not'bothered to ,vote before. funds in the road and bridge
were opened. She was so shocked Jbetter man." He has always funds at'the close of the,fiscal -
about Total
schools the number
running same of
an increase of more than 30 over According to. the testimony the by the City Council Tuesday persons regist-
the of lac.t school for a second or two she couldn't been very efficient and cooperative .- ered is 2224. year 'on' Sept. 30.
]last, year and took school officials as! beginning younger girl had ,not come up to night, 'with Mayor W. T. Jack ."
move, then she turned, walkedto Because of the closing of
] by surprise. By Tuesday, year. the the car when the man was "talking son and Police Chief W. E. Thorn- The polls- will open at 7 a. m.
School officials said that the corner then ran home. As to Sweat has been a member of the fiscal year at the ,end
the
each of the first grade rooms )oldergirl. The 'youngerone ton expressing regret at his leav. Tuesday and remain until
: she walked the the : open ,of this month the Commission -
away man drove city police force for about
start of school
had 33 or 34 children, c considered operations was said she heard Wester 7. p. m. The voting will take
off, she said.Council. say will meet 30 to
ing."It eight on Sept.
being elevated
years to the
too large a class for effective very smooth with only minort something but could not underStand will be a mighty hard blow place in the fire 'station.In .
-- bills and clear
teaching. confusion caused principally by what it _u_ assistant chief 'post when it was to approve up
was.
anticipation of the the financial details.IShopliftina .
record
created in 1955.
Morgan said that it is possible students petting! lost. After the incident the
two vote
that another first grade class High frhool principal BeecherW. Accepts girls hurried to the home of the : Members A native of Baker County the a new policy is planned to
3 Named expedite the
Payne said he was "quite older girl. and told her mother Sweat has been a lines will be formed proceedings. Two Case
instead
pleased" with the way the term i about it. of Bradford County since of

: has started off. New Dozer BidThe The he was five years old. He said one, with persons whose last
woman said
New Bids Asked No count is yet available on "embarrassed her daughterwas To Zoning BodyThe he had enjoyed his service with names begin with letters A Bond Is ForfeitedCleo

the number of Clay County students upset" when she arrived, crying and' the city, but the job with the through M going into one line

attending Starke: schools. City Council Tuesday night The mother h me. sheriffs office would mean a and persons whose names begin Finch King Negro woman -

On Moving Of accepted a bid of $14,503.50 fora said she didn'tcomplain sizeable salary increase. with N through Z forming another : lathe
Clay Supt. H. C. Long said last to police immediately first step in putting,Brad- line. charged with shoplifting
Caterpillar bulldozer
week that about 50 per cent of ; with the because she didn't think she :zoning law to Brown, who had been a deputy + I A & P, Store on Aug 15,
had
expectations ford County's new
the youngsters in the Kingsley that this action enough evidence to for a little more than four years The candidates 'seeking election .' failed to appear to plead to the
make as
Heilbronn SchoolThe Lake .and. .Keystone areas were blocks would and-permit clear: up, them'the lo road -She-reportedthe affair-to a Sher case.! work three' wa nemfcers$ )taken of'lhV Tuesday.Zoning was.arrested.- .oa Augi.Zon..a t .arei t : : iFo ._.... '. hargeg l btton :;Co\Uttl Judge T.

attending Clay schools.: the move iff P.:D. Reddish after announced by charge f violat ig' federal -.Iiquoraws | mayor-Incumbent. W .'r.' ,A, Tawn last Thursday] and her
along on program of establishing reading in Commission were
program for moving the A number of the Kingsley studl l a sanitary land fill for the Telegraph' that Wester had Each of the lommissiOflerS. one of 12 charged with such Jackson and former mayor J. R. ; $50. bond was estreated.

six-room Hellbronn school build- ents are meeting the Bradfordbus garbage disposal. been arrested 'i in the other case. Commissioners is to select a offenses federal as a result of a concerted Wainwright. Bobby Padgett, Lawtey youth

ing to Starke was interrupted at the first stop in Bradford A previous bid, identical to the The two girls involved in the person from his district to serve Sheriff Reddish investigation. For City Clerk ,- IncumbentCarl who had been accused by the

Tuesday when the School Board County on the Old Blanding road, one this incident at high school immediately Johns and M rill
accepted week had been pointed on the zoning body. suspended Brown at least until Edwards King woman of bilking her of

voted to reject the $9.975 bid for Morgan said this practice wouldbe disapproved by the State Health Wester out as the man who accosted Members named Tuesday were the outcome, of his case is de Tom's Peanut Co. representative.For $71 while she was at the county
the project had previously received allowed as long as there is Dept. unit them when they Police Chief-
which
contributes the saw him Freeman Register Jr. from District termined. IncumbentW. jail pleaded innocent Wednes-

and advertised for new room to accommodate them. greatest share of the funds to the at the courthouse Friday. 3, chosen by H. A. BishopJr. Jackson said E. Thornton and W. C. (Bill) day and his case was transferredto
Mayor
Some of the Clay students They testified thatthe Tuesday
bids.Since are program. man had Laine, carpenter and former
from the trial calendar.
.; W. H. Maxwell Dist assistant chief p0- ,
only one bid had been furnishing their the. position -
received own transporta The earlier bid had been turn- previously driven past them as liceman.
for the project the members tion. ed down because it did they were riding their trict 4, 5 and 6, chosen by Mrs. which Sweat is vacating will not Padgett was formerly charged

said they did not know the specifications not meet had looked back at them bicyclesand Jessie Chastain, and Z. W. Ham- be filled before the election on For two year term on Council with petit larceny of $1 but the
drawn fora
as
Whether or not they had received These up. long time. ; ilton from Districts 7 and 8, Sept. 10. Both the mayor and Incumbents Mrs. Ruby woman told officers she had

} a good price. Patrol Station that specifications; were drawnso All, three chosen by M. .O. Harrell. police chief the men who would Johns and I. E. Clark James A. given him $70 more for ,him to
they were closed to all girls testified that the
The $9,975 bid was submittedby machines man who accosted 'Commissioners Harold Nor- select the new assistant chief are Lewis and J D. Doyle.: pay her bond and take her backto
except an International them in
was
the Larue Corporation of Sites ExaminedSen. while a Caterpillar was fav_ a red and white late model car man and Lawton Crawford have being opposed ,In their bids for For one-year term 'on City Jacksonville.When .

Green Cove Springs at a special not announced their select- re-election. Council Randal Chitty,.
ored by the Council. though they did not know what yet em- she was arrested SheriffP.

meeting on Aug. 17. It was Charley Johns and Coun- After the state unit turned make. ployee of Humphreys Gold Corp., D.' Reddish, said, the King woman

tentatively accepted by the Board ty( Commissioners met yesterday thumbs down on the.Council's acceptance County Judge-T A. Yawn pre- ions.The Zoning Commission will Board RejectsBill and Ewell Lawson market own- was a member of a Jacksonville .
Thursday) to investiate -
but some of the members posfaMe er
and
4 the questioned sites for the new Florida of a Caterpillar bid %. siding: at the hearing ruled that have the duties of studying zoning -, former councilman.A shoplifting ring.,
procedure when I
only der these specifications, new evidence presented was ample fora problems and recommending For
one bid had been submitted.The Highway Patrol station proposed RepairOf -r
for Bradford specifications were drawn up jury: to base a verdict on and measures to the commissioners.The Near
Heilbronn building is to be County.
which would only fit the Cater ordered the certified Keystone Heights
case
moved An to the new zoning ,law gives the
to Starke and placed at appropriation of $30,000 Road GraderThe
pillar and new bidswere, request. Circuit Court. Wester
the end was obtained Sen. Johns'and was released commission power to control set
west of the athletic field. by, ,
Plans call for it to be used Rep.: Doyle E. Conner in the last ed. This procedure was approved I under another'bond of $2- back distances of constructionfrom
as
classrooms! for the sixth grade., legislature for the building of a by Three the state caterpillar unit. dealers submitted 500. He did not testify at the highways and regulate County Commission Tues- 'Negro Dies As (Flames Burn Home

hearing., day refused to pay bills totaling
and trailer courts.In
In other action the board patrol station In the junk yards
appointed county -
providing bids with the Council accepting about $1,500 for repair work on _
Maximum _. ._
Howard Mott as ,bus driver that the Commission penalty for the offense other business, the Com .r-'" -

for the Brooker route and named would ,cooperate by purchasing the low bid of the Lob- Wester is charged with is mission endorsed a list of five the county's road grader. .
rano :
Machinery Co. of Jackson,
John Manning new playground I I he site. ville. 10' years in prison. Wester is, rep- women who had been recommended The Commissioners claimed T.o

director 'for the Starke Elementary The Commissioners have expressed In other action, the Council discussed presented by Adkina and James by the Woman's Club to that the bills were unjustified be- ;:

School, to supervise the favorable reaction to progress of the sewer line Wershow of Gainesville. Assist- be members of the Library cause the ,major part of the dam-
midget football I this ant State Attoryey Muck Futch age to the grader was done by
program. condition. being constructed on East Call I Board when the Bradford Coun-
1 the for the repairmen from' the company.
presented case state.
street It was commented that ty Library transfers to County '
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The offense Wester is accusedof Road Foreman R. E. Jones ; I _
Girl Succeeds In the work was progressing slowlybecause operation on Oct. 1. _
EffortsTo committing comes under the said that the repairman was :j _
of the great depth, 12 to Th se recommended were Mrs.
child molester .act since. the girls called when some :gears on the
K feet, which the line has to be P. J. Quattlebaum. :Mrs. Russell
Get are under 14 years of age. If they machine jammed.. Jones estimated -
30 Day Sentence laid so that the .lift station can I I Norman Mrs., M. W Cressler L
were older than 14 the offense that the repair job on this
be utilized. M!. H. C. Ritch and Mrs. Junius -
would be classified as indecent this trouble -
job on would cost
The face of the girl before H. A. Bishop Jr., manager o'fthe Smith. The Commission agreed
Bounty: ,: reported policeman Carl Fillyawv Starke Telephone .Co., obtained i exposure. submit these local around $100. j_ _
I JudgeT. A. Yawn lit up acting night radio names to the -
in smiles as he passed rentence operator, permission from the Council legislators for .recommendationto When the mechanic arrived he -
and he sent her down Recent Births
on her-30 days in the county to the jail. I for, the laying of the conduit lines the governor for appointmentIf Insisted on toWing' the grader into
Even then it
wasn't easy getting !necessary i in the company's pro Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis of chosen they will ,supervisethe town, even though Jones ad- I -.
jail.She behind bars, but she was de- gram of conversion to dial serv-, vised him that should -I
had Lawtey 'announce the birth of a operation of the. library ndthe' measures* 1
succeeded in her termined. '
She
beat _
on the door
ice. daughter, Rhonda Faye: Aon .Aug. of first be taken to disengage the -
spending funds.The County
efforts, shown
by her actions j
,
and jelled upstairs to the prisoners Bishop said that some of .the 31 in Doctor's gears, Jones 'said. : .
I Hospital. has $1,500 in .the -
to get In placed new ii'L
put jail. At 'least for untO finally"she' succe.1ful -
was streets will have to be cut in the The machine -
The Bradford
he County Hospital budget for the library and it is was practically : : -
next 30
days she will havea in ;
waking the i of the feet of
jailer Dolph |}laying 12,050 underground -
the births torn on the to
announces following : expected that the city of Starke up trip town
to
place ,stay and not have to Reddish
up. This was about 6 a. lines, but that' the Jones said.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Aaron
will also contribute.The .
worry what the next day will m. Saturday.. streets will be restored to the
bring.A Dowling of Raiford, a son., Den- library is now operated by The Commission agreed to request -
same or better condition, as they
Later in the morning s.he was nis Aaron Aug., 30.. the Starke Woman's Club and L a representative of the
couple of days before the were before the work started. Ruins Of Home Where Negro Died
taken
before Judge Yawn., The Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mizellof the transfer is being made so it company to meet with them. at '
had Mrs. Johns noted that
been Ruby. -
way
opened for her to ,
conditions of the suspension on raised' Starke, a daughter Patti will be eligible for state and federal the next meeting to discuss the
gain an entrance to the confines th 30 complaints were still being Negro burned to that the
days > F.o..ntence'.had .been I Sept. 1.. aid. matter. man was the sheriff said. He said
of the jail when she appeared violated about.the mosquito nuisance ere death inside sealed
the judge told her. As early Sunday morning heat the tightly

before Judge Yawn and pleaded he pronounced the jail term on I ated rOad tracks by ditches and was along advised the rail-that Voters To Choose Election Method Local 'Guard Units when, flames consumed his homein house caused the explosion.
guilty to
a vagrancy charge. He her she smiled, almost. breaking a Negro settlement near Key- The fact that the windows

levied the 30 day sentence on her into giggles. the proper authorities had been To Resume Drills stone Heights. were closed! at this time of the
then, but notified about the situation.The (See editorial Page 2))
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suspended it on the "Why did you come back when The victim was Nathaniel year raised the possibility that

said condition she she leave town. She you knew you would get into Council of a parking approved space the reservation for- Besides deciding which of the 12 ,candidates they want to The local National' Guard Matthews a plumber's helper the death was not, accidental; ths

was leaving.But Units, Co. C of Starke sheriff said but
and it
possiblethat
Co. and was
jail? the judge asked her. She Dr. 0. L. Haynes in front of his serve them, the voters in the election Tuesday will also decide janitor.
she went back to her B of Camp Blanding, will resume Matthews came: home late
had
,no other to Circumstances the
place she office. whether not surrounding
go
or
they want a proposed change in the method
home in Hot Springs just long said. Her relatives were angry of regular' weekly' drills Monday fire touched off an 'investigationby at night, tired and lay down .on

enough to get additional clothes with her she had already been electing. ",council members. night, Sept. 9. Sheriff' P. D., Reddish with the bed to rest without bother-
then she returned FFA Chapters The proposed change, which has been endorsed all of The drilla
to Starke to out by the were curtailed the' ing ,to raise the windows. The
run of one city and had been the aid of a state fire, marshal
await the fulfillment of the sen in candidates for council posts would establish five separate first of August because state fire could have started from a
and'as .determine if the death
jail on the outs with The Bradford and Starke FFA were
tence. the law in other, cities. launched the new groups, one for each of the council seats, in which .the can- funds had not been made' available other than accidental. Sheriff cigarette.
Chapters
The law didn't didates would run. this Matthews, was married and
operate fast Reddish reported later week
The girl Claire ,
Timmona 19 school with
a joint
., year program Still in effect had
enough for her though. So This, in effect would make each council is another policy no substantial evidence to sup- seven children and one stepchild -
early had come to Starke ,on Aug. 22. meeting: Monday night. As a race a separate_

Saturday morning, after she had She said she was looking for her main event of the program Ru- race, divorced from all of the others. Under the present! setup brought pn.also by a tight port these suspicions had been but his family was spend
been back in town mone y situation the 'freezing: of ing the night with his wife's fa-
for"more' thana mother. By the following Sundayshe dolph Sapp, state. Soil aU of the candidates for City Council,run against each other. the enlisted uncovered. ther. Matthews at
.strengths of the
day. was, a janitor
ajid was still'.free she had been arrested by the tion speaking champion If approved, this change win into effect units- The fire was accompanied bya
go at the election :
began active efforts to"start consen.a-l' ::7'i: : ;- a Keystone' Heights bank and
the city'for: vagrancy and. later, tUrn- ed the speech which next'year. Both -of: the "f ? loud explosion which blew out assistant to
wheels of jualir > companies are : a plumber in. Key-
turning. fine
ed the
over to county. him the title. frozen'at-94nien.. all of the windows in the house, atone 'I
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TJr.T.W'.oltAPR8'J'ARK1I!,,FLOBIDJi .. ,. f. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1951editorial
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LAAAAAA tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Former's CALL FOR_BIDSFJ"r4 above named >Court and cause and ing and being In Bradford County and file' the original In the officeof
The -of-County C .. jr..u art required to serve a copy of. Florida the Clerk.. of the Circuit. Court.
lay of.SuIt.
your u..epor-pl.... to.th-com- said sale tobe subject to tne- foK onor feef the 23rd.
sioners of Bradford County Florida, the allegations,, of
Diary iowlag'lrnns and conJlttons 1S67; otherwise
plaint, on the pPa.lntift'a' Attorney :
will receive bids at 10:00 o'clock
will be taken as
A.M, Tuesday Lloyd, Bass 210. Clark, uUdlng. 1. The sale price shall be subjectto said Complaint
September 3. J957; .
confessed by you.
approval of the CountyJudge'
j fo. the City of Starke Jacksonville. .Florida the .
under their
I ba.
shall published.
ThlfeBOtle*
By Sam MeG vti Mosquito Control for and file the original the.office of Court.
Program the
the Clerk of. the Circuit Court on or 2. Title will be conveyed by Warranty -. onceveaoh. week for four consecutive
A Chance Ta Vote following piece of equipment before,the.23rd Deed .subject only ,te that weeks in.the Bradford Count Tele-
had lot fun One (1) New
of DieselNo.
: ;Mary Elizabeth : a Caterpillar day of September 1957; ,certain mortgage- dated.the.'t ..daJ"o eranh. .
kidding their daddy, Bryant; with 9SS the Traxcavator, Series C,, otherwise the allegations or _14' .. November. 1954. and recorded at Dated this 17th dar of Augt. 1957.
For Better' Government following attachments: Book 22 ,423. .. (OFFICIAL SEAL),
Complaint will be taken as con Mortgage page
about what: had happened to Crankcase GOard .
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fessed by you. 3. :The sale will ,be_for cash.. or Charles A ,Darby.
Electric
.' I 'all;,the cows that had been given Hood StartingSystem Thin notice shall be publishedonce at the.option of. the Administrator, Clerk It isn't often that voters have an opportunity to them in the while they Track Side Roller Doors Guards each week for four consecutive bf7n require a.. down; payment By Virginia Ft Darby Depty. Clerk
,
years U
Blower wsekLa.the.L'radtorLCnuaty Tele of 1? per cent ,(10%) on the. day 8/1 /11
ta go to the:polls and, by the simple process of bad been growing up. Full Flow Type Hydraulic Fan Oil Filter graph. ? of the. sale, and. the balance of the
Dated this 17th day of Aug., !!In. to be made at the time of APPE.U&
lIfCmCJi.TO
payment ,
: making, JC-mark, register approval. or disapproval Bryant said: "Son, how many Hi Cubic Yard General Fur. '
(OFFICIAL gAL) Chart** A.Car or closing of the. sala. IB Clictt Dart Bn41ena CecntrriorUat
of a basic change in their government.That COWL do. you have now?" IS"pose Triple Bucket Grouser Tracks Clerk of the Cuvun Court .4. The 'Administrator, will enter.. IB CfcaBeery.
By Marian L.,Crosby Deputy Clerk Into a, contract, for. sale, to carry Plaintiff Ta.
M Todd.
Ray replied: "Father, dear I .Oil Type Flywheel Clutch Shirley
will be afforded to the,
opportunity citi- Delivered 8/23 4t 9/13 out the purposes and Intent ,of the .Charles S. Todd ,Defendant
have about .1,000 head, but they F.O.B. Starke. Florida. Court Order; which 'contract will Case No. 12-343
of Starke next in referendum The
zens Tuesday a on Board of County Commissioners "
Cattle raisers with Hereford are all. in Heaven. Somehow or of Bradford County reserves In Tae County >JadaVa Court, IB include the ordinary-provisions. Ketle Ta AppearTo ,
: amendment to the lating to the sala of. real property.By whose reald@nce'
City Charter providing for Charles w Todd
the right to reject any or And For Bradford County, Florida :
of the and
seem to be having a lot of trouble other everyone cows all bids. I. Prekate. : Joseph A. McGowan. Attorney and address Is: Unknown.
the election of City Councilmen by groups. Talked calves .me either, got for Administrator. Miller Eidg.. You are hereby notified that a
with pink-eye this season. you gave (OFFICIAL SEAL) IN RE: Estate r-f FRANKLIN C.
The proposed change,as authorized in a speci! with one who said he hM had a struck by lightning, or got.wash- Charles Clerk A.Circuit Darby Court HOLLINGSWORTH.NOTICE OF SALE, Gainesville 11 West University Florida; Avenue.. baa suit been for Divorce u.o ..against yon.. in: ,-i.

al. act passed at the 'last legislative session, pro- lot of it this summer, and is be- ed out to sea in that mighty Bradford County Florida. Pursuant to an Odrer of the ....... 8/23 4t 9/13 above named Court, and cause .and ot:
vides that: "There.shall. be five groups., of can- ginning to think that all the med stream known as Black Creek.," 8/23 2t 8/30 County Florida Judge the undersigned of Bradford, County as Administrator -, r. 1 SDTIClS. -A..l'\R.--, you your arerequlred answer or pleading to serve.to a the copy complaint -

didates fop the office of city councilman; Groups icine available now does little 4 of the :Estate of Franklin IB ClreBlt Coart.Bradferd Cesnty, on the Skipper alntifrB, 241 AttorneyJoseph Florid(
K. :
c Hollingsworth deceased. will IB Cheery
1, 3 and 5 shall be elected in the even-numbered good. Said he was lucky that Ourcongratulations are here- offer; at-ll-o'clock a.m on the 27th Rose Flerldai Teal Plaintiff vs. Donald D. Title Building Jacksonville. 2.
,
most of his cows were blind in by added to those of the rest of JIOTICB TOIB A'PEAR day of September 1957 for public Teal. Defendant. Florida
2 4 shall be
.and Groups and elected in the Clrell'rlc Braaterd office ot
: years, Coutr _, 12334N.tiee and m. *. ,original In the
sale the following described real Case No.
the
that county to on his Flor'ltal
but
one eye at a time, a Rudy Sapp Chaaeerr. -, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
to-wit To
odd-numbered Candidates for the officeof property : AppearTo .
years. neighbor had one that was blind winning the statewide''public Boyd! T. Phillips. Plaintiff, vs. The South 20 feet of the East : Donald D. Teal whose address before the 23 day.of S pU 1957:
: city councilman 'shall,' when qualifying as a in both eyes for six weeks speaking contest put on by the Elaine Phillips Defendant. 46% feet of Lots 1 and 3 in k: DKI. St. Albana. Hospital otherwise will the be allegations taken a.. coar.of said....
Flock 18 in the.Town of. Starke, Ward 143 New York. New York. Complaint
Case
No. 12-335
i in which he chooses to
candidate, specify group s .* District Soil Conservation Super ftotlee T. Appear Florida, more particularly described Yon are hereby notified. that a This .
a
Mw be candidate and he shall thereafter and visors. $150 lie as commencing at SE suit for Divorce and restorationof notice shall be puollsa
a run Looks like a start may be made Rudy won and To: Elaine Phillips, whose residence onceeach week for four :
corner,of, the East 46Vi feet of maiden name has been filed County
appear on ,the ballot only as a candidate for such fairly soon in a campaign to wipe has banked; the money to use to'" dress Is isNew.:, P. O.York Bex,and 268. whose.Old ad-, Lota 1 and 3 in Block 18 .in the against you In the above named tin. weeks''In the, Bradford

: group The candidate receiving the most'votes' out screw worms. Last week a further hiseducation at college: New Station, %17' West 18th Street Chelsea -, run Town North of Starke 20 feet Florida thenc West and Court. and ta serve-cause. copy and you of your are an-requIred -. T
in, his group shall be elected." Senate Appropriations committee Incidentally, Rudy 'has"a; two-' You York New York. 46H feet thence South 20 feet ewer or pleading to the complainton (OFFICIALSEAL of,the Charles Circuit A. Court:
collard of his are hereby notified that & thence East 46% .feet to pointof the Plaintiff's Attorney Clerk .
acre patchas ones
voted the sum of $2 million,for DeP1ttJ'
: This 'is a basic change in our election procedures suit for Divorce begl niDg.ronting on Walnut Lloyd Eass. 210 Clark Building, By Marian U Crosby Clerk
haP B/3
the purpose and at last something FFA projects! He planted them"on : been filed against you In the Street 20 feet situate ly- Jacksonville Florida _
'since under the in effect all
system now may be done to reduce the Feb. 15 andhopes' that- they f- r'
council candidates, pooled together'in one big screw wormdamage livestock will go. right'on. producing for a -. .

7 group with the high two or high three,,as the that is estimated to coat stock while yet. He is doing fine with

case may be, elected. men in Florida about $10 million them now, getting $2.25 a dozen

I There' are' several reasons why this- proposed annually. ... for them at the. .Jax market.

change !is considered desirable by those who have .. ,
given careful thought and study to the matter Lots of hog raisers are losing, See where they gave the local,, ,
of stock to a disease theY"call pneu- section of TJS-301, a complimentwhen / NICE LEAN 1 ICNIC
over a period years. monia. Trouble is that some of' they named it "Sub Stand- t
Of prime importance of course, is the fact 1
,
them are not convinced that that ard. It's really worse than' that, /
that it would stop once arid for all; the so-called is.what is causing the losses and although in rainy weather it is

practice of single-shot voting; This is the sys- they don't know what to do. a good start for a link of a new

tem whereby a voter:goes to the polls and, insteadof .. inland waterway..*' .' -LB, 43C/
casting his vote for the entire number of can Went to a supper. party put on '

didates that are to be elected, he marks an X by the Bryant Reddishes far the With all the recent rains it is '
Shuford Clan of Lawtey and as starting to get wet around this i!
beside the name of. only} one.. At. first- glance ,
usual the stories flew thick and area. Now if on top ofwhat'
this might seem to be a,fairly' harmless practice, fast. we've already got, we should get

but. stop a moment and consider just what can some hurricane rams, this place .

happen under this unfair practice of single-shot- SolemnfacedeMa Y or Charlie will be ,as wet as it used to be '. (

mg:' Shuford of Lawtey maintainedthat years ago. NICE LEAN ALLGOOD: .
Suppose there are two places on the Council to he was 21 years old beforehe S .. t ,

be fined, and. three candidate in the race: call ever found out that a chicken What with all the speculation. ,

them A,.B, and C. To keep the illustration sim- had any more to it. than feet going on in the county about
And also that the usual chicken who the "Silent Daddy" is,. Sam
ple, say that 100? voters go to the.polls on eJection -
wishes to state emphatically that
is made from -
pilau huge quantities
day Eighty of theseivoters; are conscientious he declines the honor of that 69
citizens who',, perform their full duty by vot- of rice and some faint'traces, name: He is neither a Daddy, -AS.ON

ing for two candidates one for each vacancy' to of a. one-legged, one-eyed; sick nor is he Silent;, and he has no 4 t

be? filled4 It reasonable: to. suppose: that all chicken that couldn't run fast inclination to accept the hospita- :

three candidates will get a fair share of these 80 enough to escape. the. axe. lity of' the government for an indefinite -
J stay in a lodging placeat
votes some* more than others, of course. But
Ray Reddish and his sister Atlanta Ga.NOTICE .
their supposethat the- other' 20 voters I belong to

a. small clique that !is determined to put Candi- TTT T T .' OF ELECTION:
I. WILLIAM T JACKSON MAYOR ,
date A into office at all, costs. They go to'' the OF STARKE FLORIDA PY VIR- ,

polls and cast a vote for A and. no one else. It FINE LEVELbj ; TUE OF THE AUTHORITY VEST-.
ED IN ME BY LAW. DO HEREBY -
is easy to see that every time Candidate A. receives CALL AM ELECTION TO BE
Fresh
:
HELD AT THE FIRE STATIONIN NiceJuicy pound 19c
a single shot vote, it forges him. ahead, Mm. II. M Mrltae THE AFORESAID TOWN RY PRUNES

while the other two candidates stand still. &&.&&&.&&&&&&&&a&&aL&L QUALIFIED, SEPTEMBER VOTERS 10, ON 1957,TUESDAY FOR-
Candidates 'B and C do not get their THE PURPOSE OF. ELECTING .. .
We had a large attendance at THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS .
fair share of these 20 votes A naturally ,
so church and Sunday School last ONE MAYOR FOR TWO YEARS.

eWJ'gr s nigh man.. TJms! .!under, this, system Sunday with lots 'or visitora''The ONE TAX CITY ASSESSOR CLERK, ,.A TREASUJtER. D- TAXCOLLECTOR -, California .+_ ... .. .
it' impossible to'defeat" the'will of a: majority and pastor. R v. W; E. Hall, broughtthe FOR TWO YEARS.ONr .

actually:put'a man into office.by the efforts of a morning message and Tony TWO YEARS CHTEF: OF POLICE 'FOR', DEWS Vine Ripened each ;S9c- ;
determined minority. Any candidate who enters Gonzalez preached in the even YEARS.TWO ALDERMEN FOR TWO HONEY

thefrace: with 50 or 100 of these singleshotvotes ing. We also had one member ONE, ALDERMAN FOR- ONE ". ,_u ,
YEAR.. .. .. ,
for baptism Sunday night. .. > J :" ,
in his pocket can pretty well be assured. of PROVIDING FOR ELECTION 'TO .
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams CITY COUNCIL BY' GROUPS. A&P BRAND FRESHINSTAHT .
aplace on the City Council no matter what the .
and daughter attended services, INSPECTORS FOR. SAID ELECTION
; _majority of the. voters think ,about him. here Sunday. They. moved to : ? I Fresh 'California '
CHARLES A. HARDYA.
The group system of electing candidates is Starke from Melrose.Mr. L. CROSBY. JR.

nothing new., In fact,'it lias ,been said that Starkeis and Mrs.. A. J. Fender and RAY STONE : Seedless 1
SHELLTE A. HALL pounds .19c
; almost !in"a class by itself, among Florida family were in, St. Augustinelast ERNESTINE- DENMARK CWFEIfroz GRAPES ,

towns in clinging to the' outmoded and* haphazard Friday, where they visited WILLIAM KRONENBERGER .
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF/ I .
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system' novr'in effect here All voters are already relatives and enjoyed a fish fry HEREUNTO (SUBSCRIBE Mf ; I

familiar with the group system; since"it Is at Salt Run on the Atlantic NAME OF THE AND SAID CAUSE TOWN THE'TO SEAL BEHEREUNTO' ; 1
Coast Mr. Fender's.mother.. Mrs. [ jar $ .1STT Beautiful Canister Our
used effectively in our state'and county elections. AFFIXED THIS THAI |. and Own
Lila Smith of Orlando, visited. 7th DAY OF AUGUST A .D., 195?. ,
Supreme.'Court'justices are 'elected by. groups, as (OFFICIAL SEAL) .
here' over the weekend.
'
are members. the State Railroad Commission. We are glad to- report. that .ATTEST WILLIAM:. T. JACKSON L MAYOR 100 TEA package 89cc

Even legislators are elected by groups in some Mrs. Hi! H. Lewis is much im- CARL JOHNS. CITY, CLERK I.. BAGS
.8/9 5t 9/i '
counties, such as Duval and others. proved after a recent illness.R. :, Ann! Pure Concord
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And there are .many other advantages in the L.. Batten of Theressa visited j

group system of voting;in 'addition' the elimination his t son-in-law and daughter w.G'A'Y' ; r ; '

of votes.It would the.. A..J. Fenders, Sunday after : S'
single-shot- do' much ta Kitchen Charm each
WAIPAP R 1.9c

clarify the?our issues: council into races sharper and bring definition.the candidatesand 'Under noon.Mrs.weekend. Viola with-Cheshire relatives spent in Pa-the }l6 Appliances 1. lAM : 1 1il

the present system, with all candidates in the latka. Your Friendly

same po't so'to' 1e"alts? no'aneia.:renning'against Misses Pansy and Joyce Cros Chicken Of The Sea

aDYone/eJSef1n larticular; and'it'is'extremelydif- by'' of Jacksonville spent Saturday Norge Dealer Ihjar 39t'

fi ulti'f' fvoteritt? get acl; picture 'of'the:is- night and Sunday with their

sued orteven'of candidates themselves. parents Mr., and Mrs, L. A. e'NQRGE APPLIANCES '. : j CHUNK TUNA 6Y2ozcan 31c :

The''gi. prsrst l l 'would('niakerit+ '"much:easierafortUkvoterstd'oustfa Crosby MAYTAG WASHERS, ; .

: 'councilman1 had-made'' Mr.' and Mrs. Gene Petcher -. 0
arbad&eeord',in','officeand(: '" served'to*be'repudi- and 'Mr. and Mrs.' Allen Stanley COLEMAN HEATERS and> oj ANN PAGE COOKED: "

atedi1? : Jacksonville visited' MK and FLOOR; FURNACES .
; t1th on& Under'the present system it PORK & '
; Mm Dave Paulk and;'the H. M.McRaes Frozen Birdseye DEODORANTDIAL MARCAL DINNER
Urimpossible) < t6sihglevoufc;: any' one((man for:'opippritftin Monday afternoon. Other We y SerVice All Makes .ct :

( ? Ttie'tonly'way'to: get rid'of''a-bad'coon..: 'visitors 'of the McRaes and Of Appliances ALL.GREEN NAPKINS

cManfnowisto i ; try>to'get'-somef b tt rrmen'' in. Rev. and Mrs. Hall were Rev. : BJ BEAM: : i
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thriiigwithi'himvaM:hbpttfor*the Bath,
geR r'abf; to e-folall;,. Und )the\' group*'system,*I Jacksonville, and Mrs RobertTaylor1 Starke, Florida! Bar Large .

horwwr anJ"uhsatisfactory"councilman''could, i' .' hemt and children ofOlustee;

>re"- asUy\4pinpointedrfrroppositipn- ]: -- .- ,_. ..- .3-lIb'cans-: 10 oz, 45c IfOr 35t 1.7c

If(sufficient''numbers ofvotera' !{ know' about' .

andyiinderstand'teetamendment' 'ivhe the! ; to.thiNQIljll .
ga RE-ELECT r riifl ,
tC+trueSday, it is1"b liev d'th it'wffl- ft
t /
J.c.approvecJI.. Although; it twill' be opposed'bysojM IJ ;

'-parliCu1 rl "thos' .'ahQ'have)beeri'in the E.CLARKFOR" M : Ann Page: TastySPAGHETTI" Dromedary Chocolate i
'
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practice of single*noting;; 'of"! b teflttin2
single shot yate6 -.there has fresh.nn.outspoken I' 11 PREPARED : '.

opposition. Everyone who has had any public CITY COUNCIL tom'rP. : -

comment make.has been in favor'of the change.It I ,, : ppUND CAKE. MIX

was-'favored originally by the Council. itself, (TWO YEAR TERM) } IS-34oz-cans I

of course, since that body was the sponsoring .A MAN WHO, HAS ANf> CAN a ,11. 't' ; 3- 35c: .
5
group whoasked legislators ta pass the necessary f
.DEVOTE: HIS ENTIRE: I TIME TOP: }10} Each
legislation. Likewise, every candidate ; ounce pkgs, 31eT01EFTISSU.E :
MAKE '
in. the for STARKE A BETTER COM Waldorf
now 'race City Council has expressed ; : : :C"Y

approval,of. the group, system, as have leaders MUNITY IN WHICH TO LlVE. ;'; t*' ': '
v ..,.
other ,. ..'' ,
in fields.. i ;,. .k 3s ; '

If you.'are?a/qualifie&.voter,don't pass.up this LETS ALL CONTINUE*TO-WORK TOGETHER AND,

opportunitY' tor'strike a blow for better:government MME STARKE THE BEST TOWN IN THE Paper Tea Napkins

Vote for the election1 of1 City Councilmen CReIIs For! I j 1' l
STATE IN WHICH., T i LTVE. : ]s911
by groups- when:.yougo to the'-polls.' next Tuesday : .
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I
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6. 1951 "* BKAIIFOKD COUNTY TELEGKATU.,S'rAJUUI.'FIA>UIIK\ 'PAO>d' THREE!:

'
Bond Is ,ReturnedIn ate 2 p. m. The officiating min head against a cement block and ing at Hampton Elementary stationed with the air. force. her sisters, Mrs. --Nellie 'TWeath*

Profanity Cases Slated For Trial! ister was'Rev G. R West. Bur cut: a gash over the right eye. School,.after two weeks prepara- They toured the Alamo, as well eraby and Mrs. Hattie shock of

Accident Case' ial was In Eau Gallie cemetery There was quite a bit of excite- tory work by teachers. as other tourist; spots on the trip. Felder, and also Mr.-\ 'and Mrs.

ment there 'for awhile, but he Grades at the school are arranged Billy Home stationed at Ashley of Felder. ',On "Friday

A Negro's $27 bond :was re- 59 Bonds Forfeited During Plea DayDefendants Social Security soon' recovered 'his Composureand as follows: first 'grade Homestead AFB, spent Labor I they all visited in Mayo, and on

''turned and he was placed, on pro- all stayed for prayer. meet- and low second. Miss Louisa Day weekend in Hampton with. Friday evening, they visited, an-
.. .
bation for 30 days after ''he testified A representative- 01 the Gainesville i ing. Raulerson; high second and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. other sister Mrs. Frances Wim-

in Mayor's Court that sud- in two profanitycases viction of this charge his Social Security office will Gertie Faircloth was not getting third, Mrs. Flay Sullivan; third Horne. berly, of Keystone, Heijhts.

den brake failure on his truck pleaded not guilty and I driver's license is automatically be at the courthouse in Starke along so well Sunday, was and fifth Mrs. Barbara Hill will Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddockand Bill Alderman, who is stationed -

was the cause of an accident on 1 their cases were set for trial in suspended for an indefinite per- on Thursday, sept. 12, at: 9:30 a. worse than she had been for a serve as substitute until a regu- children of Jacksonville in Key Wes, with .the Naval

South Walnut ,treet. the October term of County iod of not less than one year and m., for the purpose of conducting few days, but we ,hope. she is lar teacher is secured; sixth and spent the weekend here with Reserve, spent Labor'Day week

The man Husley Hawkins, pleaded Court as County Judge T. A. if he is caught driving during social: security business. better again. seventh, Mrs. Janie H. Noe; the Frank Williams and Dan end in Hmpton'with; parents

guilty to following too close Yawn held monthly plea day this time that it will mean a Persons who desire to make We had more present for prayer eighth grade' and librarian,(Mrs. Johnson families.Mr. the T. J. Alderman.
last Thursday. meeting at the Clay Hill Ola M. Perkins, who is also Mr. and Mrs* 'Vernon Slade Jr.
and causing an accident. The proceedings mandatory jail sentence. applications for social security and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver
,truck he was driving started a Final disposition! was rendered The fact that he had recently retirement survivors benefits, church last Wednesday night school principal. Mrs. Eva Hen- and Mr. and Mrs W T. Saxon of and daughter. Mar la'noVed last

minor three vehicle collision when in all of the other cases hand- been married saved William secure social security account '' than we have been having. Also derson will return as music teacher Ft. Lauderdale visited from Friday week to Middleburg..>They had

'it rammed the rear end of another led by the judge as the defend- Charles Johnson from a jail sen- numbers, o-r get any other social we had' more response in confer and C. L. Overturf as until Tuesday with Mr. and been living in. Lynn bear Ocala.

truck, knocking it into a ants either pleaded guilty or .tence on a charge of driving security information are, ,invitedto ence than' usual. Most of the officers speech correctionist Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Mrs. J. H. Mr. Keyes of .Hampton Lake

forfeited bonds by failing to ap 'without a driver's license. Johnson see the representative at the were reelected, so it seems In the school lunchroom, Mrs. Saxon. On Labor Day Mr and was taken ta the veterans' hose

car.Bonds were forfeited in all the pear. i pleaded guilty. time of his visit I none of us can shift the work ,on Clifford Prevatt will be' chief Mrs. Oliver, and Mr. and Mrs.' pital in Lake City after a heart

other cases brought into Mayor Set for trial were a charge of Judge Yawn noted that John- to some one else. We also had cook, and Mrs.. Florrie .:Bell W. A. Saxon and children, had attack last weekend.

'\v. T. Jackson's court Monday. trespassing and using profane son's license had previously: been In Rifle TourneyCWO more at- Long Branch than usual, Brown, helper. Wilson Beden- dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde WANTED Clean Cotton>> Rap,

Dock Forsyth, $27, language against Johnny Batesof suspended in his court.If and had a very interesting ser- baugh will continue. .custodianfor Rhame. No Pants; No Shirts, Must fte
They were:
Lawtey and a profanity it wasn't for the fact that John C. Stephens, mem- vice.Homer the school. Bus drivers for Visiting last week with Mr. Clean. Bradford County Tele-

charged with public intoxication; charge against Roy Starling. ,you were recently married you .ber of the Starke National Smith preached for- U3 I this area will again be :Mrs. Ger- and Mrs. D. W Swindell were graph.

Robert Pernell Tyson $27 speedingand Bates is accused of injuring would be on your way to jail," Guard unit, is competing in' the at Clay Hill last Saturday nightas trude Slade and Billy Barnes.As .

reckless driving; Willie :Mae driveways and grounds and using the judge stated. Suspending I national rifle matches. Camp previously announced, also I part of the improvements

stop sign profane language on the sentence from day to day and preached for us Sunday night in I for Hampton, school, the school That's Our BusinessIf
Combs, $27, running a J Perry, Ohio as a member of the the absence
term to term told of our pastor, Rev. it I '
and accident Robert grounds of the home of Irvin the judge Florida rifle team. board placed a 12-cubic-foot S
Harris causing, Negro an, $27, reckless; driv- May near Lawtey on Aug. 9. His I Johnson that if he was convicted Harvey, Lane. We did not haveso electric refrigerator in"the It's Glass Wr Hare IU!

ing: Ruth Fuqua, $27, Negro,, bond was continued at $150. again of this charge .he, "will CARD OF THANKSIt services many present for. communion school lunchroom last week, Mrs. CALL WRITE or VISIT

reckless driving; James Alfred Starling was arrested on an spend the next six months in is from hearts filled with Sunday morning, it Perkins said. The yards and

Burns, $12, running a red light: affidavit signed by Everett jail." i sincere appreciation that we seems sick list) several and not were able still to on attend.the classrooms are all in order for Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

Ferrel Flag Robbins, $12, runninga Green charging him with using James Malcolm Norman elect- i thank all of those who aided us Rev. the operation of school, new bats .
red light. profane language near the intersection ed to pay a fine of $35 after the during the illness and death of Rafuse of Raiford will be and .balls have been purchasedfor NEED

of Brownlee road and judge gave him a choice of this our father and husband, J. K. our preacher Saturday night. We all grades, and a 'vigorous ANY GLASS

Orange street. Starling's bond penalty or losing his license for Douglas. For the comfort our, do not recall having him here at physical education program' has We Design Modern Store Fronts

> was continued at $100.. 30 days after Norman pleaded friends and relatives brought us Clay Hill before, so none of you I been planned, she continued.In Just Mail Us A Pattern;, for
v FOR YOUR can he has
say preached here
Donald Bruce :McCallum was guilty of failing to have his vehicle during this sorrowful time we until Curriculum planning, emphasis Table Tops
you are tired of !
hearing
HOME WATER judged innocent of driving while under control. A second shall be everlastingly grateful. him, so come 'on all of' youlet's has been placed on sciencein I 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR._2-4353

his license was revoked after he charge, violation of driving restrictions -The, J. K. Douglas family. fill the house to I all grades and much new
capacity.
SYSTEMS produced a letter from insurance was dismissed against science equipment for experi-
Ernie Padgett is
to
trying get
authorities stating that his Norman 'after it was noted the St. Mark's ments has been secured. ,Mrs. -' : .. : .
Episcopal all of the coons, so we are left l- ; ; .
2 INCIF WELLS license is being returned. :Mc- youth had since passed the test Noe is in charge .of science activities -
'ORLARGERRepairs Callum said his license was liftedon and obtained' unrestricted ReT. Raymond. .M cP'atn out. He went, out Saturday nightto
look for something for the
March 21 when he could not license. Services at,St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Sullivan is working with
dogs to' chase.
On All Make with the insurance law Daniel J. Fort of Oklawahawas Church will be as follows: Sunday morning
comply the 5
he, had a big old coon on the county committee seeking t<
Pumps after a minor accident in Gaines fined $35 after pleading Sunday: 9:45 am.: Church back develop the desirable character-
guilty to failing to have his ve- School and Adult Class;:11 a.m.- steps looking at us (only
Mr. Coon istics of a superior teacher. This
Financing AvailableAll ville.He hicle under control In a wreck p.m. Y P. S. L. was sleeping the last
said he had since compliedwith sleep!), When we leiurned: from action is in accord with Governor -
Work GuaranteedCall which occurred 11 about Wednesday: 7x
on Aug. p.m. Litany
the law and had been ad- Sunday School and church. Toldus Collins' desire that teachersbe
two miles north of Starke on U. and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir
vised that his license was being I paid on the merit system
GRanite 55123 or S. 301. Both Fort and the investigating Practice. wouldn't go after them any
52962 returned, though he had not yet more, so looked like he had to Mrs Perkins said.
GRanite officer. M. N. Sell- 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. m.
received it. go. Well, they just refuse to SS CASS HAS PARTY
ars, agreed that Fort-didn't have Holy Communion: 1st Sunday
Or Write "I thought I was clear, he to chicken
his car under control, but awaits everyone. come our house or Thirteen girls from the Junior
"couldn't help himself." come and dare us to get out and Girls Sunday School class of
said.A
ROY JORDANMelrose sentence of $150 or 30 days A case of driving without a HAMPTON get them, so we let them go. We Hampton Baptist Church, who a

was levied on Merrill Hodges license against.James Maxie Dell CHRISTIAN CHURCH also had some hunters from had perfect attendance recordsfor

Florida Jones after he pleaded guilty to I III, 22, was dismissed after the Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. Jacksonville; or somewhere, here July and August, were enter

driving while intoxicated. Judge youth produced a license, but he m. Bible Study, Wednesday, Monday night Can't say if they tained, Saturday at a swimming

Yawn advised Jones that on con was fined $35 after pleading 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning. Wor- caught anything, but we saw party and picnic at Park of the

guilty to speeding. He admitted .imp, 11 a. m, Evening,Worship, 1 them pass the house, so we will Palms.

driving 75 m. p. h. at night. f:30: p. m. Bible School, 10 a. rn. .just take it easy and let the Mrs. Charles Hicks, teacher of // '

other fellow ,chase these' wild the class unable to attend ,
was ,
Concrete blocks falling from atruck'
FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT
LET US HEILBRONN MISSIONARY animals for a while.
and In her absence Mrs. Charles
.. brought a fine of $35 for ,
the Negro driver, Orian Ellis. BAPTIST.CHURCH, Hidlebran and Mrs. Marvin Faile ,Prompt car insurance service,'
Sunday Schoo, 10 a. n* Morning 'vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvvvyVVNORTH chaperoned the .
JOB The blocks falling from the group. ,
BUILDING : Worship, 11 a. m., Evening **
truck created a road hazard, the PERSONALSMr. !
wherever
Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training SIDE you go ;
Judge said, with fragments from Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. ,Mid- and Mrs. Pope of Eau .

one striking a car following ,the Week Prayer Meeting Wednes- Gallie visited Monday ,in Hampton -, .
For }J Carl BrownAjtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA with their son-in-law I
truck. The Florida Highway Patrol By Mrs and
Free = car of trooper Carlos Mus- CHURCH OF CHRIST daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward 'Whe her-Y ou're ten minutes from home'or'a thousand!

grove almost became a casualty C. L. Overturf Jr. Minister Saxon, who have just moved miles away.. ...you want fast}insurance service r when. yoUr

Estimates : of one of the blocks., the judge Sunday Sunday School, 10a. The M. L. McDaniel family at- back, to their former 'home on seed it When your car insurance is written by us you can
tended a family: reunion in Tallahassee Division St Mr. and Mrs. network of thaa
said. Pope service of a more
m., morning service, 11 a. m., depend the prompt .
Phone The' judge noted that the driver last weekend. were enroute home from Panama offices. '
6:30
evening'service, : p. m. strategically located claim
493-J" was violating the law by having Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark visit- City, where they had gone .to 200 :

no ropes or wires on the j m. ed his sister, Mrs. Harold Craw- get their son, Beryl Pope.

truck to prevent the blocks from Radio Station ford, who is ill in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs .C. A. Cox' of '
Program -
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS ailing 'off. WRGR, Sunday) 8:30': 9 a. m., Henry C. Martin and daughter, Hampton returned last week H C. WALL% AGENCY A.-.
The of without Becky Lou, of Ariton, Ala.. spent from a two weeks' trip to San .
case driving a Subject .for the month, "The ,
a license which had been placed several days with friends and Antonio, Texas. They made' the :/ STARKE FtA.:
relatives this week. trip with their son-in-law and
against Robert Lee, Negro was HIGHLAND
continued until Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott vise daughter, Mr. and Mrs., E. B.
Sept. 29 after the BAPTIST CHURCH
J. W.THOMASConstruction judge noted that the revocation Sunday School 9:45: a. m. ited her mother, Mra. Cora Bell" Goodson of Miami, and they'all .
Jones in Fernandina Sunday. visited the Goodsons' soninlawand
period of Lee's license was up Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and ,
and "all that stands betweenyou 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each Mrs. Hicks of Jacksonville is daughter there, ,where he is Representing the Hartford; Fire Insurance Company!

and a license i taking aest. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev. spending two weeks here with I I

." The judge advised him to George Chism pastor. Everybody her daughter, Mrs. Conner.
welcome. Northside Vacation Bible We repeat this'former 'selloutoffer for,outFALL '
have his license when he returned : *
I School Classes .,
on Sept. 29. enjoyed a picnic

Richie'' Giddens was. ordered to PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS lunch and swimming at Strick- /
land's Landing' last Friday. The
CHURCH TIRE EVENT !
make restitution on a $40 bad
HUNDREDS picnic had been, postponed for .
check and pay court costs afterhe Sunday school 10 a. m.; Morn-
r several weeks. | i inMtriiVv ,' *". '*fc pleaded guilty to passing the ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange- mp.
,Glad that Mrs. G. L. Sapp is
check. In default of the Wednesday Prayer Meeting ;
paymentof
of details are managed and economic- these costs he would have to listic services, 7:30 p. m. improving after two weeks ill- VrTSUPERtcUSHIONSGOOD; ; "
ally attended that only a trained and 7:30 p. m. ness. :Mrs. Truman Norman re- ,
spend 60 days in jail, the judge
careful organization can attend 'when said. turned home from\ the hospitalin *' ..' .

the urgent need for serving is at 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYI Jacksonville this week and is
hand. Freddie Forester, Negro was feeling much better. Allie Whit- '

ordered to make restitution on aker is also on the sick list. ; .EAR"'r.
a $75 check and pay costs of CLAY HILL
North Side is in a study course :
$95.95. Forester said he had not '
DeWITT C. JONESPhone this week. Bro. E. C. Harvey is .. \0 ". "
intended! to write a check, but by Bin. J. L. Strickland V'
7 Stave, Fla. __ only an agreement to. pay for teaching the book, "When Do .b -- --.-
.
Teachers Teach?" :' .
'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAWe .
.
Ambulance Service some work he had done on his Tire value unmatched %v r d,
Funeral Director Happy birthday to Frances
car.Harold were glad to see Rev. Herb Martin, Tim Harvey, and Mrs. this/ rock-botlompricef\ f :
uabltl to offer oonTealenet tad at at
Our local funeral home u < enrkM aot cttwrwlM available. sentenced to $35 or 10 days on Long Branch last Thursday 't'

a speeding charge. Gary Lee i evening, but sorry to learn that 'w .. l
y.yyy"yy""y""yy .. r
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I '
4 he has to to the Aospltal this /i
Givens was fined $35 for impro- go _. -
W. funum the highest type aervlc* at lowest price, and per passing and Richard King week for surgery. We wish him a i. <

except ANY life Insurance-policy in force iuaed by ANT Peck, Jr. was fined $35 for speedy recovery and that he will HAMPTON $ IlzOz,

oompaay, AS payment ta: part or In full on a funeral. speeding. have better health in the' future Y

Craultatton carries ao falifatlea.Lv Ninety two criminal cases than in the past. 8, Din D. E. UIQ 41.3 !
f
Mw lax andrKappabl
were handled by County Judge Martha Higdon, daughter of fcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAlnCITY. vie 1 .'
Yawn during the month of Aug- Mr. and Mra Herb. ,Higdon of .... .
.
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.bY' w'
I H KHBHBV B ust with traffic offenses headingthe Maxville, spent last week with ELECTION TUESDAY 0

list with 79 cases. Fiftynineof the Homer Smith family in FOUR IN COUNCIL RACE FITS most Plymouths,* ,

Can Yoii Use Extra Money 1IN ? the defendants estreated Tampa.The Four candidates have filed for Fords, Chevrolet, Hudsons, .. '. f

bonds. weiner roast at Long the three city council vacancies \ '

The other offenses included Branch last, Friday night was city election, 'with one candidateto _Noshes and Studebakers \ ',. \ ,

SEPTEMBERWE petit larceny, public intoxicationand ? enjoyed by all, especially the be voted on at next Tuesday'seach X01 !f4dleswct.10t _

worthless checks. youngsters.Mrs. filing for the offices of This tire,is famous Goodyear quality'ine N 1 1side
WILL BUY ALL OF TilE MATURE Walter and two mayor, marshal and clerk. 4
Lang and out,with features unmatched by { "'
children Mr. and Mrs. Gene John H. Parker' has qualifiedas
: other tires at or near the price.Goodyear'sexclusive t
Richard F. Morse Lang of Tampa spent the week- a candidate for mayor; W..H.

SLASH PINE CONES Dies In MelbourneRichard end with relatives at Clay Hill Maxwell, clerk; and Marklee J.Norman 3-T Cord Body fights off the

and Maxville, returning home marshal-each of these three main tire kfllers-Heat, Shock and

Monday afternoon. for a one year term. Fatigue. Ask about the Life-
Goodyear
;
F. Morse, 35, son of ;
YOU CAN GATHER AND PAY YOU CASH MONEY Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lang returned Qualifying' as candidates fora .* .
R. Morse for- time Guarantee! -* .
Mr. and Mrs. W. /
FOR THEM to Tampa Monday.Mr. two-year term on the councilare -r /
residents of Starke died '
mer and Mra J. T. Padgett Frank Williams, H.: D. May "
Aug. 27 in the Brevard Hospitalin moved to Lawtey last Sunday. D. E. Hill and W. H. Griffin. The \, Six 7.10 K 15 fits Dodgtf, t 8"' ; ",'.

Melbourne.Mr. They lived just behind J. Ts three of these candidates with lukki,'Otdt.. Mvrcvryt ..,.VNntiaa .$1 14' e1.In" rl'ldh! "f,

Morse was an electronics father's house. As they moved the most votes will fill the three -.il .- .........tire .' ..._ '/JrlJii I ,

I engineer with Radiation, Inc. in out, Willie- moved in the same vacancies. J -
FOLLOWING PEOPLEOR j.
OF ONE rock
INQUIRE OF THE Don wait. .Loffom
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.ld.z
Melbourne, where he resided in house, so Yougan will not get Incumbents for re-election In- '.00.16( tan "

PLACES FOR DETAILS the Melbourne Beach Trailer Vil- lonesome for,grandchildren.Our clude W. H. Maxwell for clerk; Modb at Hymetrttw, Fort,' 2 ; prices onJroct-fcoffom fcrmj
Qewrelets. NoiKnond .. ;.a
lage. He was a past secretary of grandson 'Willie D.. E, Hill and W. H. Griffin f.11 l' ,
: England L Iu ..... nan... tin/,
Carson Griff Highland, Fla. the Indian River Sports Car returned from St. Vmcent's Hoa-: councilmen. Retiring from their: J, .. I make his your best deals- 1MOKE

Club, a member of the board of pital Monday. afternoon of last offices are G. .P. Wadsworth, '

directors of the Indian River week, went back Wednesday fora mayor; R. C. Cox marshal; andJ. PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY'OTHER ,KIND! \

Strickland's Kingsley Lake Players, and a member of the check up and Thursday 'morn- : W. Home, councilman.

Barberville Baptist Church, Bar- ing insisted on returning to ,Polls at Hampton city hall will "I' mmService I

Starke Fla. berville, Fla.Surviving school with the other'children, be open from 7 a. m. to 7 p., m. -
,
; are his parents Mr. so he .is in school ,and doing fine on Tuesday, Sept 10. Inspectorsfor :

and :Mrs. W. R.-Morse -Merrill the election, appointed by GOODMAN'S S Station

Jim Chasteen .- Brownlee & Chasteen Island, and a sister, Mrs. Albert now.Last Thursday evening before Mayor Wadsworth, are Mrs. .

Simpson, El Paso Texas. prayer meeting started at Long Minnie Marcionny.: M. L Wat- SEEBER ,D.,GOODMANU.

Starke Fla. Funeral services were held in Branch the children were playing terson and H,.D. May. ,
S. 301 at South City Limits '
the Brownlie Funeral Home in as children always do, ''when SCHOOL BEGINS -.. ..-.'..", .' 4I

I Melbourne on Thursday Aug. 29, a' little HIgdon boy. fell* hit his, Classes began Tuesday morn- .: ; -r .. I!



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'\ ----- -:-- -. ,...* trr' .;......;'.:..J. ._.. ._ -. .., i-- 'Adult' f Education Mrsie, i"Dies-r1 Failure To Appear : than he -would haie th. .rwiae. ''in..

.) l 14 County Court Thursday.

1-!_';"- ;",, -,- -,pit -- Schedule Told Was Nat(ve Of Starke Increases.,His Fine., .County Judge "Tt A."Yawn

IIQ'1" '. -,], gj; -Funeral services for .Mrs. Net- Because he failed to appear in sentenced the 'youth, ,Stewart

,
''''it 4 : tie Lee 36, were held Miller to a fine ..of$100 :fcr .30
: rbz .' .' Classes under the .adult,education Bowling court :when he was' supposed to
.' 1 '* .1. Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'- an 18-year-old Jacksonville boy days :.iff jail after Miller pleaded
q- .. ,J ".; program were :organized .in the Norwood ,Presbyterian -
clock
; t 1 had to pay a much bigger tine guilty tto la!speeding charge.
''
..t -
,4-t ':..o'" _;0J' Tuesday night. and:'are now in Church Jacksonville with
: ",' r.' ,AL4. ,. :l '., director- L; 'The judge told Miller'that he
4Iad Y. Moot,. : ;I progress, program' the pasjor Rev...Carl Dobbins of. tre screens for the first time fascinating ,

... ... .,.,_ ...._.. .-.J'_F_-.-.'. .. :, br& J;4ttii 'i>> >tt H. 'Gibson-announced. ficiating., facts about the hpst .of had.:be.n. given a. break when 'he
arrested by Carlos -Mui-
.Happy : '" '-"ii,... Business courses being ,con- .Mrs.' Lee 'died, Monday in a small,creatures .who inhabit many was 29
:' ; on May by being givena
"a
C. ,
James Hoppe Mrs. Robert Paterson groye
: and
,, ducted, are advanced typing arenas of the :world. Brought under -
r' : Jacksonville :hospital' after an ,illness summons instead of >bem* required
\ '. MJif ad the .examination of the cam
shorthand (beginningand
'
Tampa Girl, Engaged Honored With ShowerMrs. .. t' of several weeks. She ''was to post bond.
eras' ma lenses ,are the
'EndingToA' ,'; vanced),' slated for Wednesdays; nifyng
;- ?? 4 j 'native ,of starke but had' ,resided for
: ; a 'creatures bees, "But it wasn't convenient
lives of
Of interest locally was the an. -Robert Paterson was hon- ., 1 business 'English and letter writ in Jacksonville for 'the 'such as
nouncement last Saturday of the ing,-scheduled"for Thursdays. All past ants, fish of odd character and you to acknowledge the summons -
ored at'a lovely stork 'shower ten She wasa: member of
years. cutom of the
crustaceans sea- "
.
business'Englir. the
engagement Miss 'Joan Render- L business courses except so you didn't appear,
Tuesday ,evening given by Mrs. ''will be ,conducted in ,the Norwood Presbyterian Church. side, weird insects who kill, and
son and James Clarence Hoppe, Miller testified tos
David ..MontgomeryMrs.. .Ru- of the high Surviving are her husband, other marauders who are tiny but judge said.
both of Tampa. The bride-elect business department the date he
Wilson Lee, and ,her mother Mrs. was in New York on
Sink, Mrs. B. .Holtzen- monstrous.The
-
dolph ,Sad beheld
will
class
Thomas school. The English
iit
: the daughter of Mrs. to be in court .Reappeared
Dell Dowling both :of Jacksonville film, released Buena was supposed
dorf, .Jr. and Mrs. .Guy Andrews the by'
Nathan Henderson ;Jr. of Tampa, in the southeast wing of in answer to!*
Friday
.
at the home of the latter.on W. .. Vista is 'partly in Cinemascopeand
andthe: .prospective bridegroom is I usa 'building. Teachers for the arrest.EYAREZ' .
his
the Clarence Madison street. Miss Della Burial was in Crosby Lake Technicolor. .capias for
son of Mr. and Mrs. Story business "courses are ,
Crimble Hoppe.. also /Tampa..'.He ,yellow and white color motif Rosenberg and Marion 'Payne.. ., Cemetery here Tuesday after-

'is the grandson of the late ,Mr. was carried out in the party decorations 'Other courses scheduled.in. noon, 'following the funeral ser; '

and Mrs. Durden of and floral Vices ;-Jacksonville... :
C. Tampa arrange- clude- basic electricity, radio and STORE SSS3&SMC .
.And JJLarke, and a nephew of ments. The 'refreshment table' I! --
television, ,Tuesday evenings", .
Mrs. O. ,L. Beasley .and' Mrs. was overlaid with a handsomelace USO- buildingMr..- Duncan, Park ,Sets ,Disney '
'J. W. Kincaid beth of Starke. cloth and centered with .yel-
I teacher; natural sciences, Tuesr Film Of Nature -- -
'Miss Henderson and Mr. Hoppeare low and white chrysanthemums day evenigs, BHSt ,Charles Cowen W"' R- ,
members'' of Florida I in container. Three 1 t
pioneer a crystal educationand '
I .teacher; consumer Walt Disney invades some of

II famlies and are' prominent in 'branched) crystal :candelabra hold- ., _ _ _ _ _ business mathematics, Wed- nature's most closely guarded .' ..
civic and social circles in Tampa. [ ing burning yellow tapers flanked -,-.- 4 nesday 'evenings, USO building, hiding places for Secrets of Life," .

The bride-elect graduated' from the center'arrangement. Se'eraleeks ago '4-year-old Michael Marco 'was in the unlqu Mr. Gibson, teaching; and American the .latest in his true-life adven- *4' 1,
Plant High School in Tampa and Two appropriate' contest were 'and ture series .which
history government, : will .be shown
attended Newcomb position of being the owner :Jof about the'onlytwo peacocks in Bradford iff
Sophie College played during the party hours Friday evenings.. USO building. Sunday, .Mondayand Tuesday at
in New Orleans, where she County, presents on his birthday. Hut one night they disappeared :- .
and prizes were awarded to Mrs. All 'interested 'adults are urgedto ihe ,Florida Theatre, Columbia Record
"was a member of Chi Omega so. .,\'lththe evidence-indicating' that one-'of the 'birds had been Get Your
David Meldrum and Mrs. Billy, contact the program' directoror In this film, the behavior of the ... '' t
rority. She was! introduced as a Dowling.Mrs. caught by some youths and the other chased Into the woods. ,The 'the''teachers.' smaller living creatures and plantsof '''HIT 'OF ?H5 WEEK" ''

debutante by a Mystic Krewe of one that had been turned 'over 'to a.zoo and later..retunied the is
Paterson was .presented. captured was -. w9rld dramatically portrayed ** A lWtifi
Gasparilla 'at the Thanksgiving her gifts in a yellow and white to the: Marcos. 'But Michael badly -missed, .the.other. one, Romantic' Comedy through ,the camera ingenuity ) J
SBall in.1956, and is now the reigning : of 18 of
decorated bassinet. The hostessesgave'the '\\lllch'ne\'er came back. Michael's parents, Dr.>and'Mrs. 8. it. Marco the most prominent. tI
Queen ,of'Ca par la. receiving
To At Florida naturalist-photographers.
her crown in February of this honoree a car and house ,'ordered another pair and'now Michael, here1 watching the/" pea- Play ."Secrets of Life"' I I
to
theay'o
brings
year. She is a 1957 sponsor of tender casion. as a memento of the 'oc" corks with his'sister.'Charon; 3,.Is the happy 'Oiier'ofthree'peacocks. I. "<
the Merrymakers Club a mem- I, ::modern romantic .
about
'comedy
bey of the, Spinster's Club, 'and 'I () .
I, PCqdSGUiItyBUtWaS; 'Wrong Man J a notable''bachelorand a''sophisticated t rt
a provisional member of the .Junior Woman's Club Slates : and club
;. witty night sing- '
NoteBook I
League' of Tampa. First Fall Meeting County Judge T. A.,Yawn called the judge- continued: ,, 'let.,me Bee: e ',.will' Show-at, the Florda Thea- .

Mr: Hoppe also graduated from William D.,Brown as the next de.. your .drive 's' license." As the tre'Sunday and.Monday'with'Gary ,Paper Oh/9. 3/ !

Rant HIgh School and attended The Starke Woman's Club will fendant 'to be arraigned and a man reached into his back',pocket Grant and !Deborah Kerr in ,costarring .

the University of the South atSewanncc. hold its first -meeting of the fall man approached the bench. to pull out:.his .wapeC! and get his roles. ::::: .....". ,' 1'tf'' 1'r.,,. ;"JrT. JI! r.i"....

Tenn., where he was season on Wednesday. afternoonat -"J.udgeTd'like to explain ." license, he.mildly commented:' .. The action, most .of wnlcn'occurs >>< << ,- i'"

Order.a member He is.of member the Kappa of Alpha 3:30: o'clock with- the 'Dept. of the man said' as he faced the ''Judge, I'm:jiol'William'I'm* ;- his 'aboard a luxury' liner"on the :' : Each week a select group of radio disc
a Ye Mys- ; -
tic Krewe of Citizenship under Miss Florence judge. father. i high seas, concerns a carefree jockeys and record officials -will pick ::1

introduced Gasparilla an was Jennings, chairman in charge. cof "You'll be given an opportunityto "The"man explained 'to, the ;surprised bachelor'who is affianced to the the Columbia Hit Record ,of the Week.
as a Courtier in the
the t program. explain at the proper time," judge that' that was 'what richest woman in the world. He
.SHOW !
RoyaJ.Court of Gasparilla in 1955. 'tell he ,I I your'PICTURES It. will be the best-selling Columbia
Hostesses for the afternoon the judge cut him off-"Right now he wanted to when first meets Miss Kerr and althoughshe
He is.a member and director of ., ... the record
said that for that week
approached the bar;He record or
the Merrymakers Club and will be: Mrs. Paul Raymond,' listen'to the reading of the charge too, is engaged to a millionaire justice'to
a Are'.yoidoing
member of the Tampa Yacht and chairman, 'Mr?. T. B. .Harding, against you.'' Williamhis ,son was in'. theNa'y.and"had they'fall desperately in love. your great pictures? climbing fastest in popularity. ,

Country Club. He Is employed Mrs. E. SBeebe,' :Mrs., F. F. After the judge had read an : ,to report back to However, to avoid undue publicity I 'Do yo'u have the 1
by affidavit 'William ,D. his base in Rhode Island.4'You' ,! proper To get this hit record just cut the cou
charging their obvious affections
.to'curb'
the First National Bank of Tarn Stump, Mra. T. G. Griffin, Mrs.J. they try 'equipment to project themso
pa. ET'Wall Jr.:, Mrs. L. O. Hazes: Brown with improper passing, he ''Can't answer criminalcharges' in 'public, which leads, to: they will be truly appreciated pons from two packages ofH1-FI note-

Plans are being made for 'the Mrs. Lester'Crews and Mrs. Jack asked the man if he pleaded for somebody else, 'the a series of hilarious incidents. :' ?. book paper and mail them, together

wedding in late October. Parker. guilty or not guilty. Judge advised Brown, and the .Once the ship has docked intfew'York ; -..-.Come, see our full line with 50 cents. to:' HI-FI, Box 4966. '
"Guilty, your honor," the man bond would have'to.''be tstreated. 1 projector screens,;slides, 5
I
said. But, he'said, he would reduce j ,' they agree to part for' etc.It'll be.fun.for you, and Jacksonville, Fla.

Miss G ri' Fogg Methodist .Circles "You have ,pled guilty and the the ,bond from '$50 ,to-$35 because six mo4ths. while he1 tries, to prove: ,a r pleasure for- us, You Get More Paper: For Less Money '
he can earn his own living as a
court adjudges you to be guilty," it was evident teat.William would .
Honored At ,Luncheon 'Circle 2 of the Methodist the, judge said. "Have you any- have been in court if it had been. painter. The surprise ending follows .Cvtryfftlif When You Buy 'This Large Size Economy

*. WSCS met 'm the educational thing to'say why sentence should possible 'and;the* fine would probably -. a',climax filled With. emotion r.N.t.gr.pkIcjDIOAwjj.,, Book
Mrs. James G. Diffenbaugh of and tenderness. Pack of Note Paper
building Tuesday afternoon with not be imposed.By the way," have been $35.
Jacksonville
entertained at a
I Mrs. J. F. McComb as hostess

inole luncheon Hotel last'Friday honoring at Miss the .Sera-Geri ,Mrs. 0. L ;Haynes 'presided in Work ProgressesOn 10 Area Youths New System' Aids I 100 SHEETS fOR 39c ;

Howard Fogg of Lake 'Buter, fiancee -i the-abaence-ot ;Mrs.' E. K.Perry- Join U. S.".Army Sale 'Of Licenses
man, .and Mrs. ,L..p.-Green .
I Ir
.
gave
,
of Jerome Church .
Johns of Starke. the devotional. ,The : Unit BRADFORD CODNTYTELEGRAPHIP
subject '
Miss Fogg and 'Mr.- Johns will be program -! The followingyoung :.men" from Motorists will ,be able to purchase -
of'Christ'for'
married at a garden wedding at "Spirit All have '
Starke Lawteyand.RaIfOrd their new Florida drivers'
Life" Work Is progressing on the-new ;
was-given. I -
the home'of the bride's parents, enlisted in the U. S. Army.in recent licenses 'with a minimum of trou- r
.
Mr. and Mrs. Mar us 'Howard: in Refreshments were served dur- 70 by,30 foot educational' building months, th -u.; S. Army recruiting. ble County Judge T. A. Yawn
'-i- I4T'
Lake} Butler on Friday afternoon; ,ing the social hour. : which 'is a part .of an expansion "
: 't \SJatf the LakeMissionary office reported.From said this! weekasrthe.; result,of a
Sept. 13, at 5:30.: Circle 3 'met 'at the home"of" program Kinsley ,Starke Van Harold 'being 'tried this
new: procedures
Baptist- Church. The .
Among those attencing the Mrs. R. H. Russell with Miss Prescott, James Harold Harrell, '
year.
'which 'should be
new "building,
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luncheon with the hostess and Kate Struth as co-hostess. Mra.C. Wallace Allen Wise, Jerald Will-
I completed around the first t>f the A special desk t has been set up '
honoree( Mrs. Marcus Howard D. Williams suggested the circles -" Williams -
: Charles
Hicks Roger
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ma
is hall the cowt house
year, designed to accommodate in the. at
mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. C. use the Methodist Woman's. and James Emanuel\ Hazen.
12 Sunday-School classrooms. with a full time clerk on hand to. T' UNLAWFUL
E. Johns mother of the bride program starting in September, 'From Jlawtey :k- .'Robert H. .
'to how- sell licenses,, the judge said.
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'According present plan
groom-to:be, the matron of honor as they gave all phases .of the, Swan and ,Harold Drew' Johnson.
Mrs. Women's work. sever,, when completed the buildingwill The ,new''driving permits wenton
Amos Howard, Jr. of Lake From Raiford .:-. Joe. Franklin .,- -r'<"''- '
Butler, Miss Josephine David of The hostesses served delicious be used as an educational .. Bennett and Michael, Dobbs. >sale Tuesday morning, 'with <
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Miss Josephine Corbett of Pier-: refreshments. building. This ""arrangement will be| .1., These 'men .r(in" various stations deadline for "purchasing' '! them on, '

Butler Mrs. Josephine! '.Corbett ;'Circle! ,1 will meet, next. Tues: only temporary until a church throughout the U., S. 'Sept30. ,

of Pierson, Ga., Mrs. Josephine day morning at 10 o'clock with sanctuary is built in the future. "Starke is contributing pro For Any'Person or Persons to Engage
JZev. JJ.H. -Mott, pastor of the
David of Baldwin, and Mra Hulda -Mrs. .E. L. Matthews iE. .Ad-' portionately'large, number of volunteers .

Morgan of Jacksonville. kins st. with Mrs.\W..E. Middle-. church, said that around $1,200 is from its tine men' 1 ,

ton 'and Mrs.,Frank .Herlong as., needed to complete the educational to theU. S.Army," M.young Sgt.: Denton Under A Fictitious Name'Unless

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co-hoatesses. building. The job was not contracted Business --
.sargeant,,
Castor, recruiting
I end Neal Elder, a mem- MONEY ., < ,* "., ,
remarked. He extented. his
ber .of ,the church, is serving as appreciation c

JPII1j .RobertsWoodGlenn building superintendent.. Other and, .surl1 to>unding.the people communities"for in Starke For T Vacations* Name Is Registered :

members of the church have been The .
E. Wood of Starke and t assisting with the work, the pas-, the .won
Mrs. Helen Katherine Roberts 01 tor said. are giving the ''U., S, Army.'* : ; :: I -' ..,. :,..

Starke and Lake City were married 'Sgt.. Caster visits Starke earf ,:. '.i : i" # ;-,

SUN, MON.., TUES. on Aug. 21 at Folkston.. Ga. The church now has a mem- Tuesday and rc n' be located neal MONEYTo ?!. .J f\. .',' b,.'' .
: bership of more than 100 and 'i'' .
by! Judge Conner. .Mr.: and Mrs oral the !post offic or-sele'ctivEservice < .
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SEPT. 8, 9, 'IQ' : School attend ''
Wood are residin; at the. ArthulWood average Sunday ''office. ; t\ :, :. ,
Consolidate BillsMONEY :
DOUBLE FEATUREWalt home in East Stark ance is around 90. : .
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Disney Presents Other recent .improvements at AppropriationInScrewVorm ". ':,: ', ,.,.:: :

Nature's Secrets Of esleyan GuildThe on the the church. sand'include'roads placing leading clay into l :1 Read This Florida Law .*) : "


Life Wesleyan Service Guild, the property 'cle 'ring out scrub : : ,

Unit 1, "will meet Tues. evening', oaks and underbrush, and the "It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, u defined bertk, to

AndPANHANDLE Sept. 10, et 7:30 o'clock at thi. sinking of a deep well. It is Fight Is Told/ For' Medical Bills enrage business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined

home of Mrs. C. E. HernwaU, !'i planned to plant a new type of
II W.CaUSt. I i grasS in the near s future, the pas ,A major milestone in the bat. ,'without and unless said fictitious nan.e. shall be registered with the

With Rod Cameron and ''Cathy tor said.John tie against screw wormr in 'live..I. .clerk ef:the circuit i court of the county where the principal place! of bushi MI'
The Wesleyan Service Guild I' stock 'was reported at a join

Downs Unit 2, will meet in the .)Iethod1st I meeting of the. ,.Farnv Bureau. and. M. 0:1: -y is, with registration: shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an 'affidarit ,

Plus Color, Cartoon for Kids I Church sanctuary for' their N.,Kelly Dies; I Cattlemen's Association< last .,.' >, signed' by,all'interested persons, stating under oath the names o{

pledge and installation service on Was 'Bradford NativeJohn Friday night.: Mr.-and Mrs.'Doyle extent lie In
Wed., Thurs. Sept. 11 12 For ;all those interested in ,the business enterprise, the of (
Tuesday evening, Sept: 10, at 8 Conner were Jiosts.for the occasion -;

DOUBLE FEATURE o'clock. AU members are urgedto N. Kelly, 79, ofLake; But4 ,serving 'a barbecue Jaeefr;dinner Home ImprovementsWfMJ forest:= of each,and the fictitious name under which. said business Is carried

Heidi" And Peter attend. ler! died in' a Lake City hospital to the''members: and guests on. Said registration may not be made until the person orpersons desiringto

Sunday morning tfollowing an extended on their"farm. V engage in business under a fictitious name shall hate advertised his'br
IN'TECHNICOLoR Beta Sigma Phi illness.! : Pat Miller, 'president of. thCattlemen's $ '
grolpannounce ;:fb intention register said fictitious name at least once a week for feur
With Elsbeth Slgnrahd & Thomas Mr. Kelly was born in Bradford -, '

Klameth Beta Sigma Phi sorority. will' -County,-Oct. 8, 1877, the son that'$1.6 'million in federal funds For Boats & ,Motors l.(4)) consecutive-weeks in some newspper: as defined by law in the county,

And meet Monday evening Sept 9? at. of the late Elison and Hester 'had 'been 'aprppriated' to aid in /f .. v 'where said registration is to"be made, and said'registration shall not 'it
8 o'clock at the home of ,Mrs. Denmark 'Kelly. -He" was a mem- qtflght.! :This' 'will match an

Khyber Patrol Doyle Conner,i 311, Clark,St. ,with ber''.of the 'Johnstown Baptist equal amount of 'state u funds .I. _accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof., el

Mrs. Howard ,Meyer as cohostess Church. which were. 'appropriated: by thi such publication. >
With Richard Egan and Dawn recent legislature. HONEY: ,
Surviving -are three daughters; : -
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Addams THE RIGHT POINT forOn ,* '!'he- information 'was contain- ..
Mrs. Sal :Mongiovt-of JaCkSOn .
Plus Color jDartoon way you write. Come 'In and se-: I ed in letters from Rep: D. P. -For Auto .. :
yule; "Mrs. Birtie' statts'of Tam : Repairs If in business under
nameother
lect your favorite ESTEUBKOOH pa and Mrs. Cauley:c.-Crosby of (Billy) Matthews, ,and J. 'R. : you:are engaged any
Fri. Sat. 13 14 Fountain 'Pen. TELEGRAPH Gunn. secretary< 'of. the' FlOridaCattlemen's'
Sept. Starke; two stepdaughters, Mrs. n -
"Xseociation.'Thecattlemen'\ .

DOUBLE FEATURE .. G NAN and Linnie"Mrs.Tomlinson Alline ,Pons of Lake of Waldo Butler; the hailed .thl"new4' : loans: sl1pto1; : :' thanyo: r own and have not had this name

The King And Four -: two sons, Warren of Starke andE. 'as a boonto industry 'It' ,

PLUMBING CO. Mills' Kelly of"Lake City; twostepsors i a .wonderful -step'Miller; stated] !

QueensWith .. Bill Smith .of>Lake But.' "Now: we can unite: to era.dica1j 6OD' .
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Clark. Gable and Eleanor 118 Court Street ler and Jack Smith of Jackson* the'screw worm." .tp'. 1 properly advertised andr registered 'wewillbe

''Parker- Installation and 'ServiceOf ville; three"brothers .Blake Kellyof Conner said:that with 'the usa t" f I

All Jacksonville, "Redia and Joe 'of'this money it'wilI",be possibli "Folks Find l Us Friendly" ,
Types"
S AndGentlemen Kelly both of Brooksville a ,sis to' eradicate the'screw 'worn
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,Marry Plumbing &.Heating ter )lrs..Ruby Noxtineyof. jOrlandojgrandchildren. ; menace in time. This-is the'fils!, glad to give you all necessary Information as to

V- i" .-., l- money Appropriated: for thi; LOCAL FINANCECOMPANY v---- '.
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.Brunettes Depen([able and "iJx-, purpose/Conner said. t .
grandchildren and 11 great .
.pertService[ ._ '' 'The 'screw -w nn inflicts dam+ *
'TECHNICOLOR Funeralsenrces -were hejd at :
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S Economical Prices age costing'about $10 million : what'you.shopld *
the annually
gravesid 'in Sapp .CemeterY ,
With Jane RusseU. and Jeanne -.. ,,, .
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Cram* PHONE 514-J near Raiford at '2 p.m.Tuesday( 'Miller Mid "This appro, "1114 N.anui St. .. .
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with the 'Rev. C. A. Crosby'1' and T riation will be of benefit tq e -- -' -.. .' .'.'')
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plus Serial Chapter No. 5 ani Night Call Collect 2896. Alton Dobbs 'officiaUng. i Burial :eve ryone. "
JPhones,580 and 581. .
Color Cartoon for"Kids! ---' ... '- followed in the 'family plot: De- State Rep.-Emory (Red Cros$ .. /I. .BRADFORD COUNTY ,TELEGfi/U'H/
.Keystone Heights "
I Witt C. Jones Funeral Home was of Alachua >;County waaspecial: .
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t. 1><11. _1 _1 '_''; ,;. Dr. and Mrs. Peje:( (h'et6s;)Jt v. .Miss Margaret Rose. Duncso returned \. 'Jlrs.\WUMaav Norris has been I Officers Worthless 1 'C e'c! '
ReelectedAt
moved to the. Ralph B. Alvarez Sunday from: Yellowstone fllatherhome': at 3S3 N;.Cherry :Tampa: : Bound I .

, upstairsapartment at 250 E.' National Park Wyd, where'&h St? for the.,past two weeks ';to : WCTU Meeting A 'c are"' ofpu:! at ;'r#
Brownlee Road. Their new phone was employed daring the summer. Gene :y.-- t
Shaw arrived home Friday wcrthlcss check vas pTacedweek lai
number i& 409Y. ,IL;. and..Mrs,, Don Chanapioa All incumbent officers of the;
from" Aberdeen, 'J4dL, where 3P4.y
:Marion C.
QMC and Mrs. W., B: Scogginj reiu, ned last weekend, from. theircottage hehatL the; +a '. local WCTU werereturned* to: ,, against .
spent pas three 1' affidavit signed by Volley"
and family of Norfolk,, Va., have on Han Lake where they ; << office in an'election held at' the on an
THE NEWS moved back to,their home on the i spent the: summer, Training months: ; cogrse.at> .Ordnance Officers -,.;\! regular meeting last Friday "aft ,Starling. Bond as set _at, $210.$*.

new Blanding Road which Was for Mr and Mrs, Bernard Jacobson Y. Fc ernoon at the home of Mrs. J. T.Quigjey. r'
Mr and Mrs GIPA Strutiof
merly occupied by Dr. and Mrs. Miss-" spent last ; I TrainingPvt
I __ : and InaStern. : : Jacksonville were : Army
t. 4
visiting Mrs.
------- -- P; G. Felos. Mr.-:Scoggins has been week in OssinmgV; N. Y' tb. Reports, for the year are being

Miss 'Joanne, slade will return I W. D. Thomas of Palatka, a transferred to Green Cove.SpringsNaval i Mrs. J. M; Harrell returned W.:,H,. Struth onTuesday prepared,, to send in for the state Gerald Crosby of. Guard

L to Emory University in Atlanta I former Starke resident, who suffered Base. Monday from two' weeke? "visit and Mr. and Mrs.- J., M. Vickers convention in Leesburg, Oct. 22- Co. C is undergoing active dufy-

tftis- weekend. a. heart attack two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore .and with: friends and relatives in .Pi- family spent th@c weekend 25.At training ajt Ft. Jackson,,S.. under
j Sgt. Jimmy Rowe is being discharged ago, has been transferred from family of Waycrosa were 'week quaand: Sidney Ohio. -* '' in Fjtzgerald} ,, Ga. .visitms Mrs. ,' 4ba n !4 the close of the meeting, refreshments the. 11-weeka training; pro

after three years serviceat the Baptist Memorial Hospital to end guests of Mr. and Mrs: Paul Dr. and Mrs. J. Hembree of Docja. Vickers, were, served by the gram. On completion of the

Fort Bearing, Ga., Mr. and the Bradford County Hospital. Raymond.Mrs. Miami war-visiting'.Dr.-.and Mrs. .BEAT: : :THEJPEICR: ; .jpcreasej! hostess. .training, he will return to Co..
:Mrs. Rowe' ad taby will move Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Fort C. O. Dupu of. Alachua H. H. Adams on, Monday- Buy your Smith-Corona, SilentSuper

.f into the Thomas 'house at 125 E. Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harry Bassett of Miami ,Mr.. and. Mrs.,I*, E.. Jordan:,of _Portable NOW:.Price ,goes Cub Pack 307Cub ) CARD OF THANKS
were visiting Mrs. Ada Alexander Jacksonville were weekendguests "P.Got 1.--Bradford County
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Washington St. this weekend. Edward Enzor of Jacksonvillewere on Wednesday of last.week. 'G. Holton.. Telegraph.Mr. Pack 307 will hold its We wish to express our sincere
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:lira. Carrie Suddath and Mrs. ot Mr. and- Mrs. J. ,' '
weekend guests of Mrs. Sen. and Mrs., C. E. Johns had They ,enjoyed i: Sunday} picnic at 'and. Mrs: ,John Torode and rb first m >etinrof' the season Friday appreciation ,to our' .friends for.
Martin .
i H. Long of Jacksonvillewere Bertha Pearce. Mrs. Pearce also as weekend guests Dave Wescottof Gold Bead Branch. family' spent the long weekend night at 7:30 p. m. at the the kindness extended us. during

visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H: had as Sunday, dinner guests Mr. Tampa, Dr. and Mrs.: Andy Edward., Green, who enlisted: In with Mrs. Pauline Torode at Presbyterian Church. It is im- our recent: bereavement-
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flitch on Tuesday. and ",Mrs. G. V, Phillips of Lake Brown and daughter of Miami i the. Navy ,qn! A.ugn12is stationed} Kin 1pJ ley Lake. portant that all parents attend. The Crosby and Kelly families.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rabb. Jr. City, Mrs. T. J. Thomas and Mrs. '
Mrs. Huldah Morgan of Jacksonille. at the'Great Lakes'Naval Train.ing"Ba.S BEAT THE PRICE'increase: !
and family were visiting her' pa- T. B; Vinson of Valdosta Ga.I' \ and. Mr;; and Mrs. Marion for nine'weeks,basic. His Buy: year Smith-Corona SilentSuper 1 I. i
rents, Mr. and Mrs B. L. Ken- Baldwin : .jerry Lawson! ,six, foot three
Jerry of Ocala spent Petit and of Alachua.
daughter
address is: Edward' Green, 518 Portable NOW.,Price rues .
'J nedy .in Jacksonville Sunday. Tuesday with Jean Mundy. Mr.. and Mrs. O. N. Adams', of 7651,,Co., 292, Batt: 1.2, 14th.'Reg,: up' ,Oct l-Bradford: County .incb.,;210 poundguard, left last PROTECT your DRIVER'S license
Bruce Mathews and Miss Don- Mr. ,and Mrs L. N. Pickeringand Dade City spent the weekend Great Lakes,Naval Base; Hi. Telegraph., :FridaF 'for: Ta JDpa.. Universityifherejhe

1 na Braeziele of Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pickeringand with their son.In-Jaw and,daughter Mrs. C. B. Wood .and; children Mr. .and 'Mr& .Harry Atkinson will, resume his studies g
Labor Day visitors of Mr. and daughter, Mr. and,Mrs. William. BUY
Priscilla Spi-
returned
returned last weekfrom LaCrosse antifamily> ; or'Ocala; Mrs.-J'. G. !and. football career. The former
Mrs. Garl Mathews. Tuesday from ten days trip to vey.. Wis., where,;they visited her?par- Tomlinson' and son, Robert of .BBS '
FOR FAIR AND IMPARTIAL Hot Springs and Fouke Ark. and Rodney Hall) has been confined] ents, Mr. and:Mrs. Selmer Peder- Jacksonville were Sunday after- athlete received a four-year INSURANCENo

t LAW ENFORCEMENT, ELECT Vivian and New Orleans La. vis- in St. Vincent's Hospital, for the I son .for seven weeks noon visitors of Mrs. Frazier !athletic- scholarship. ,!! at_ Tampa! rLOW' COST LIABILITY '
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TV.' T. JACKSON, MAYOR. iting friends and relatives. past' two weeks for'observation : .Mrs.. W.. G. Hailer spent last ShawMrs.; ,, ,University ,and.saw plenty ,of

I Pd. PoL Adv.) Mrs. H. E. Bradley and son and' treatments. week in, Miami. ,.ana West Palm Carl Lamar Johns, will action.duriag. his-freshman yea,.. "

i Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gaines are Steve, were visiting her parents; Misses Gale Den and'Sara Bare- Beach,with,relatives. Her soa,and enter Baptist Memorial Hospital The ,Tampa team Hill, its Membership Fees' .. 6 Mo. Policies
open ;
v vacationing 'for two weeks in Mr. and Mrs: O. M. Johnson 'In foot of: Jacksonville were, weekend daughter-n-law, Mn, and. Mrs,;{. next Thursday'
guests.of Mr. and Mrs C. L. ( for surgery; season on Sept. '21 against Virginia
Valdosta Ga. last Jr. family brought I.
Friday G. Hafle and
Chicago Ill and *. ',Mrs. Steve Wetdoff and family t
Drew Ratliff attended the C Saturday., Dinkins.. her,,home.ant spent..the,weekend; had. .ae.,weekend.guests, ,Mr, and Military Institute in Tam .
Chevrolet dealers meeting at Mr and Mrs; Tyler Jones and J. W. Andrews IIIof, Hatties- Mr. and. Mrs.. Benedict. lnzer, M s...Charles- Patrick pa. Jerry, who won the-;coveted: i

the' George Washington Hotel, family; visited Mr. and Mrs. .L, E burg,, Mfa&,, spent, the weekend Jr., and son, Chris, spent' Sunday Sneeds,' Mr. andMrs.andson.. Steve, of Sportsmanship trophy daring his r DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY
Jacksonville Wilson in Savannah sev with friends and relatives here! : at St Augustine Bea'chlMrs : senior i. art BUS j
t on Wednesday. Ga. raldays' Weldon of .Jacksonville. : ,.,Is, .also a
,and-Mii 136 W. Call Phone 285
Street
and Louise her .
last week.._ Mr.and Mrs. Dan Priest, ; Kite visited and,Mrs. W.. Shaffer member. of the Tampa crew.
W.
MK: and Mrs. children of Live Oak. and Bobby nephew and1'' niece+ Mr. ,and Mrs. of TaMra. -

I and son, Gene, Raymond are'vacationing Howe Dodd of Starke spent the weekend Ralph' Collins in:Pelham, Ga. over: vares.. ,.,.f .. -... 144- -4.C ; .. -.
with Mr. and Mrs. John B. :. Carl 1.. Roberts is teaching -- --- < ',tp
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to. Canada.. the, weekend. : ___3_ -.-- ------,
Sapp at Daytona Beach. ,FOR FAIR Am.IMPARTIAL second raoe. at the, Lake Butler
Miss
h FLORIDATHEATRE: Vivian,Garcia of Camp Mr. and Mrs. N. S: Dankel and LAW' ENFORCEMENT,.. ELECTW. elementary'r.hoo this, fall. ..
Blanding returned Sunday aftera family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. JACKSON. -MATOB ..Pf Jim Taylor of. the: Marine : ELECT

f ten-day visit with. Miss Dale J. A. Dankel in Waycross on Sun- Pd.,PoL AdvT) base ia San;_Diegp, C aril., spent
Pierson' in Fayettesville, N. C. the )long weekend:, with, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs.:. Frank M,, Dineenof day. Army; Reserve ,Sergeant,-1st Mrs: Ilex .
Green
and
: : E Mrs J. R. Polkinghorn of Way- Class Charles H. Lawson, recent? family:
Lawtey send greetings to cross ia vsiting Mr; and Mrs. J.' ly. completed two' weeks active Billy, Miles, who. is. home., +on. 1..R.
their friends from England, W. Furlong.Mr training at' the two weeks. vacation,, Is. ,being 'aJVriight\
duty summer
Paris, Italy, transferred
and'Germany; where : and Mrs. Kenneth Clark from CKpley to the
!' Sat., Sept. 7 ONLY they are vacationing. and daughter of Jacksonville spent Transportation. Training Command Frazier ':'Memorial Hospital(, Mac? :, .
Va.
FOR FAIR AND' IMPARTIAL Fort Eustis, clenny,
Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs.I. as a Medical Technician.
,r BIG DOUBLE FEATUREBUSHWACKERS LAW ENFORCEMENT. ELECT 1 E" Clark. Mrs R. L. Law oa.left., Starka "Mt;; and Mrs. l..H. Goldsmith '

1 W. T. JACKSON MAYOR. Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae, last week to join Mr. Lawsonat and:;:sons of'Warneu Robbins, Ga.,

Pd. PoL Adv.) Jr. and son"of Miami' were visit- their- home in Pineville,.Ky. The spent: the weekend-with Mr. and YOUR MAYO.R

Mr. and. Mrs. Andre Burton and nig Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Siw and Lawsons recently sold their Gar- Mrs. E.. FJ; Miles. :
Wayne Morris and John daughter of Daytona Beach and family on Tuesday. denia,, Tourist Home on Si: Walnut Mr. and Mrs Bill Logan and

Ireland' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillip and Miss Nancy DuPre spent the St. to:T: C. Hazeiv: sons have moved' from the Noll- .,'

son, Neil, of Starke spent the weekend in Jacksonville with Mr. Charles E. Steele-, ..who; is a pa- man. Courts to the Kincaid-downstairs j'

t AND weekend with Mrs. Rosa Phillipsin and Mrs. Gene McIntyre and fam tient in the Bradford' County i apartment on, N. Walnut. ,
Lake City. ily. Hospital Is. expected to return Street .

OVef1 ., Mr. and Mrs. W. Cleary of Lon. Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Byrd spent to his home on Griff Loop this Dr.' and Mrs. O..I* Haynes,Jr.., HE IS QuAIIFIED! EXPERIENCED AND

don England, have, been visiting the weekend at. a camp on the weekend. bad as- weekend, guests, at theirhome I ,
of QMC and Mrs. W. B. Scogginsthe Suwannee River near Mayo. Cot and Mrs. O. W. Griffin on.Santa Fe Lake, Mr. and : ,

..a > rt past week. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard visit- and: daughter.., Peg oj St. Augu- Mrs.. Jack Scott, Mrs. David .

FT1. and Mrs., Lyle Andersonand ed friends n Florence, S.C., and stine, spent the weekend at, their Scott and ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles HAS W TIME TO DEVOTE TO

th A WOMAN'S family returned to Norfolk Fayetteville N. C., last week. place on Kingsley.,Lake.' Scott all of Decatur, Ga., and
Va., on Tuesday after three weeks Mrs.. Hildabelle Bence of Jack- FOR'FAUt-AND IMPARTIAL David Scott; Jr.,. of Jacksonvlle
DEVOTION visit, with Mrs. Alice Andersonand sonville is visiting her sister; Mrs, LAW ENFORQEMENT' ,' ELECTW. :,Mr:-.and;: Mra. E. P. Lee and T THIS IMPORTANT OFFICE..

) famly. Etta Hoover this week. T. JACKSON.MAYOR. eons 'Were in Jacksonville Monday' .
.. Pd. Poi Adv.) : visiting ,Mr and.:Mri. W. E. THE
RALPH' "-" JANICE' I Henry'Stefanelli( has closed Lee, and Rodney all, .a .patient in ,

I MEEKER RULE To The Voters of Starke '[ down his fruit stand* (formerly' .. St.Mr.'Vi:,.azid cent.s Mrs.Hospital Woodrow Mixon I = IS INTERESTED IN PROGRESSIVE; ,

PAuLHENREID Martin's) on ,,N. Temple avenue .

II 'I'U'LIC PIIODOCI/011 The. City Election is next Tuesday and I : and, is now employed''at'the City and weekend family guests-of,Douglas;.of Mr,,Ga and, were Mra.Merrttt CLEAN FAIR AND IMPARTIAL '. '.. "

r take this final opportunity to ask for your | Light, plant.. ... Williams at ,
Kingsley
f. Mr. d.1frs. J. M; Barnes, and 0
Plus "Magic Flute" Cartoon vote' and support of my candidacy: for: the \"daughters : ; Ga..>win Lake.., CITY GOVERNMENT
of Kingsland,
and Chap. 1 of "Vigilantes" ,The.H.. A. Lawson
one-year unexpired term on. our City Coun- be. weekend'guests of Mr. and borne on, N : .
Temple avenue was, the settingfor -
cil..
Mrs.. J. M. Vickers.Mr. I .
SUN., MON. SEPT. 8,9 and Mrs Wasdin and the Lawson family reunion
Riley
;i I have previously served four years as your on Sunday with 64 members ,of ; tt
daughter, Linda.. spent: the weeken -
the. family from Starke, West
councilman through' one of the fastinggrowing :
in and Sara- '
,i4 1 / t 1 i 1 periods in the history of Starke and I feel' ; sota.Mr St. Petersburg Palm, Beach Valdosta, Auburndak;, Jacksonville, Lakeland : and YOUR VOTE ON SEPTEMBER 10, .

.P that this past experience, qualifies. me to: and Mrs. Eldon.. Smith and Lake Butler attending., '

serve you better the future., family:of Starke were among the BEAT .THE\ ,PRICE mcrease! WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED .
40 who attended th\.Liberh' Na-
: Bay your SmltbrCorona Silent
I urge everyoneto come out.andToteQn.SepU. tional Life Insurance Sat-
picnic, .
r a Super Portable : Price
NOW.
roes
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10 so we will have the' heaviest vote in the urday afternoon the E. W. up: Oet. L-Bradford County

1 history of. Starke.. Hayes cottage on Kingsley Lake. Telegraph. ,

Albert Stefanelli returned Students going away to'school (Pd. Pot Adv.)
SINCERELY
\ Tftaraday from two weeks training -
this week:include: Betty Ann Simmons -
1 / t y l rCoi.OI EWELL LAWSONPd. ; at Tobyhanna, Pa., He- was ,', her 11th year, and Kathy

accompanied' home by his cousins Struth,. her: 9th year to 'St:, Jo- 1 L : : .
Rosa,.Mary 'Y roney of St. : 2:. :t
seph Academy in st. Augustine
QNBMASCOP by Dl Lull ,( ..,Po|. Adv.) ;
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Marys, Pa. and, ,Toni Veitr of Patricia Humphries, her 11th '

Plus "Stable Stakes" Cartoon Reynoldsville PX' ,, who spent a year to Holy".Name Academy in "
week with the Stefanellis.. San Antonio, .Fla.'; and Frances "
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Mrs.: Frank. Hoover, was. con Landnira; her 11th year, to Bre- \\\v !f4'4 :
TUBS., WED Sept. 10, 11 fined to Bradford County> Hoar neu Academy,,Gainesville. G&' 0 0 _i

.. f pital.: 'the past weekend' ,, ,,'.>, w//' ..- ," '..
slot Mrs Palmer Holahd ..... -
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ftbeJt up Z "-4.' Mr. and. ; Dog Situation ,'. ': :..,. .' > 'f'. -
a luodout Mend have rented the- Floyd' Green .t ,i. :' .",.. 7 1Ik'<<: '"" Ii ;'t i .
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I atbafe- .t r house.on Chsrry- st.,. formerly- Probe Ordered' 'Vr.<*'ii; ....... -.);;,, .:, .
r occupied by the Bamey' McRaes. ,, f' 1\1'"
elM : 0 Mrs. Gertrude ,McBride night The City Council Tuesday: ', ....... ": .' : ,
it's tIM'.ne':and night ;;:: "
check
decided
,duryea; SCHOOL nurse supervisor at Bradford,, to. into the { ;: ;
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1 County Hospital is getting-along: dog, catching ,situation I in Star&e -- y', ... ,;. .,11:
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)ftlr:. nicely following1 surgery Monday to see if, something: CO ld .'t. ,be 0 ...- ., j -1'.,- ..
I11Rftviclaers ..
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done: to"cut : ;::
I of last week. down the high ; / ; ,4 .
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marth
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: monthly bills ;
AHEAD'ELECTRIC" they are -
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: Rev. and Mrs. ,Donald Koko- paying &
for this, service. ; :
i moor and family returned. Thursday : //4"t
II I TLS f et it SI IIII.C- from two weeks vacation.. at The discussion; was sparked b Y /
I II Warren Vt. when. Mrs. .Ruby Johns .Doted : / / jl'I 'p -
I. PORTABLE' that a bill '-C' : :
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I 'DOQIMMIX. Mrs. W. A. Bonham entered for$150 had been sub- ;, .I .
I Bradford County Hospital .Wednesday mitted this month., Council -

Plus "Sky'Scrappers" Cartoon .. of last.;,weelt,,with a'heart'Chairman T./ C. Hazen' Jr appointed7 /i' Smthgoronu i t :: :
W.,'R : .
1 condition.. ,, Noegel to investigate j ,.,- ... .. .,,;. .
the
I IHUR., FRI. Sept., 12, 13 ,, the.weekend Jack tray with of Iris,Apopka sister spent Mrs. Some of* situation.the: Council members. ; : 'WORLD'S' FIRST AND, FASTEST1 PORTABLi !
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,, *' 'seemed to suspect that some of : '
Sarah Hunter. ; COLOU'
S"lECORAT02
CHOICE OF 4 MODELS )
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lAST AFRICAN ADVENTURE the -
I FOR FAIR AND IMPARTIAL: dogs are being sold,oc. given _. --'_- -,

FOND COMPARE 1:, LAW ENFORCEMENT, ELECTW. away'instead- of being killed;)and

1, T. JACKSON.' MAYOR. befng.; ght. over again by dogcatcher -

1I I -PO.- Poi ACIV.-) Russell'Hornaby." SlLEN'r.SPPER. SKYRTTER i
STERLING CLIPPER
Mr. and Mrs M: W. Lance had! The. Council' ,,pays Honuby ,'3
;r yI as. weekend. guests. Miss Baby for' every dog he catches; .
rI 'oNew"Orleans 137.27. 121.37 105:47: 79.10.
Y I Lance of., ; Mrs.. R, .WANTED Cfeaa,
Cotton:Raffs,
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N. CarsweQ1 and daughter oi .
No Fiat* .No SWrta,,.IRart Be I Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax. Plus] Tax .
I Waycross;, MrM : andr Mrs,, BUlJ! dean Bradfbri ,
; : Co
I rmtT''TeIeand ..
!I Burbank,' J.E.J and ,faraily',of Demopolls. -', >ftaph.FOBDEPENDABtR. .
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Ala: and TjSgt : .-

CORNEL DONNA IEO I With a .smith.Corona!Electric Portable ,you Mrs. L. J.: Richardson="and" (ant,.-: J' This: year,,give. th}{ boy as girl Graduate, the practical gift that will '
a
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ly :Valdosta G a..1 Htst.
1 WILDE -REED I GENN : will'get more work done-better .,quieter ardsoaand.oft: children remained i bring, the .maximum in pleasure: and appreciation--, for. years to come.', '

; Special tenni to fit your Back to School Budget ..' -with her parents 'for the" balance. :Te Smth[ -Corona Portable Typewriters are designed and built to offer. .

BEYONDMOMBASA are available now. Call us today for a free or Ute 'w ek.'" ,Co itrHof' 'maximum-value injtenns performance dependability, and long ,life,.

I home demonstration.ELECTRIC ,Mr:, ,and:', frs. .LMrr oe fl ;t ''*. i ..... .".. a&4 -are'available to suit ani.pn and! any purpose. Stop by today and-
) oaselielii .,,Qlaarae+t r: .
worthy.'and,were'weekend sot< ...Henry,of J"gueaUof .1 etune"Bach .j! >...voter! see: oar complete line. ... .

BOMCOlOt ......... PORTABLE 21533 Mr. and Mrs.' Guy Andrews. ,- --. ,
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AUMMBUCTUI 1OUNWKTUC MRUKU.ft Other Portables from 81.47 daughter Mrs. David'Mary Graham Meldrum, of Richmond and l- 011I'1'&.___ ,:Terms Arranged To Suit Your Convenience l

.......nee((11.1I11I.M.d Miler. lM ..sir" ;. Va. are spending' twc .
......w.*,.tl JMU KHM Eumott!BARN.M MMO SM*tWHM *MO.MO Terms If Desired weeks with her sister; Mrs R G. 5E'f ..J "\' : "
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Paterson and family,..Mr-., Mel; :m .. -
Plus "Sporting Dogs .Afield'Sports drum ,joined his"family over tilt ,eo. ,

.( ). BRADFORD COUP TELEGRAPH weIii'Carl Roberta., : Jr -returned- .' t) !I, Jiw, '!5"1...,.,... fBRADrOmoo JNIY TELEGRAPH

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PAGE SIX: BEAm 01W. o :tY'RAfS.. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER e,' 1951
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:Rotarians Hear Red Lights Show : gards. t Supplemental Budget. Fl.rI&s I. Cbaareri.rgaret of the' Clerk tlf the Circuit Court
: I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Ma PbtlptI, Plaintiff TS. Cur- vn vr before the
'Ancient Middleburu Charles A. Darby. Clerk.6 UI Phelps, Defendant. 7th day of Odober, 1957;
Starke ,
I.
: Unique ; '/ Zt13, Case Xo.- U-3U otherwise the allegations of aId
Farm ,Forester et"'e To Apear Complaint will be taken as. 'coDfess-
Starke's traffic "" NOTICE To: Curtis Phelps whose residence ed by 71)u.
lights are
There Is no place in Florida thi church waS 'b ght in New tered them all in Notlee III hereby given that on and address Is: Route 1. Vrr- 'This notice shall be published
Don .Champion, Farm Forester backwards, City PKmcllmanW. pitched battle the 16t1. day of September. A.D.. ion Springs. Alabama. each; week 'for four consecutieieeks
for Bradford and St. Johns IL (Billy) Noegel told richer In history than the village York In 1855'and sounds Its tones one 'day but' this 'is merely here- US7. at 1:00 o'clock noon. the -You &,. seirby ',...Ified that a In the Bradford County Tele-.
Clay, !
the .f .Mlddl burg, located between to' bring people to church 'today. No hlst battle undersIgned Clerk of the Circuit suit for divorce. etc. graph.
Council
aay
Tuesday DighLIn : ry'records a
'Co1mties, was guect speaker at Court of ,Bradford County Florida. ha been tlle4 5.11I. yOU In the Dated of ''lnr.W.'FIClAL .
the RotarY Club's Wednesday Starke the red light Is at the forks of Black Creek, about One of the battles of the Civil of ,that nature being fought 1I\'m sell, for cash: to the highest tbove named Court and cause and this SEAL 4th day) Sept.,

luncheon i meeting" describing 'ser- the bottom and peen light 20 miles northeast .of Siar e. .Atone War 'was fought between Green Ilow ver. It 'fa a.fact that there and IIcrlbed beat property blddE'r.: the following de- fOil lour are answer required or pleading serve a copy to the of CharLes A. barby

:-\ at the top, (or was It vice tithe MiddIeburg was the Cove Springs and 'Middleburg, WaS a,'fort it. that location during complaint on the Plalntlff'l!' Attorney Clerk of the Circuit Court.
ice! offered through his office 1 1150 Mercury sedan, Moor
T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Box By Virginia F. Darby, Deputy Clerk
'to oWners ,of timberland in this versa:) while In aD ihe oth- principal port for water ship- three and a, halt miles west of the ,Seminole Indian .War. No. SOME23OSOM'. 19S7 FJprlda Starke, Florida 611'1 9U 1/7

areL er dUes he has visited the ments in the state. That was back Old Town. It, was called the,battle I Iof' Several companies ,of United coil License; 3-blowerli No. 15-634; ;l-kerost'ne I-copper and file the original ID the office -

colors are Just the opposite of the Clerk ot the. Circuit Court on NOTICI!: 1'0 APPEAR
in 1840-5O, Boats came up Black Tiger Head: 'States soldiers camped there tank. 'approximately 10 gallon before the
or I. Circuit flradI.rd c..at7.
C..rt.
described
Champion forestry "I an't see that It makes Creek from the SL Johns Riverand Once had Courthouse until the Indians were I driven Jugs capacity; I-Briggs; tU-5 gallon and Stratton cans and 1 'Itb day of October, U51; 'Iorltl" la (.....un.

as a "A scIence, an art, and a any difference," Mayor W. loaded with lumber, crosstie Clay and St. Johns counties farther south. C'L gasoline puro1p Serial. No. otherwise the allegations ..I said Raymond F. Gunn Plaintiff v.
us1ness, c pae! of and occupied T. Jackson said. 2100*. Complaint will be tatteD .1 coufeaaj'd Olive E. Cuno Defendant.
wood, and cotton.' were part of Duval County In Mother And Children Killed by rOu. Case No. 1-3&0 .I
\\1th managing the forests for lilt's easier to see the stoplight ..aid ale to be conducted Immed-j I This nottee shall be put.Jlllhe4 I S.Ure T. Appears /
continuous growth md promo- \\hen It's at ,the bottom It Is said thatab ut ten' years those days and court was held at Old residents say that a Mrs. lately west of the adford County once each week for four consecutIve To: Olive E. Gunn, whose ret'lde -

tion of their benefits for me by ," oegel pressed on. after the rittlement of St. A gu- S1. 'AugusUne,' In 1855 more,than Snowden.'with others, was In the jail and with will Chapter be held 562.In accordance Florida- .eek, In the PH.BRADFORD COUNT1fFLEORA worth nee and Place address, Alexandria Is: 3Ul Virginia.Ravenll-

'mankind." He contrasted the "An.way I don't want the stifle, several Spanish families, 100 people lived In MiddIeburg. fort with nix children. She took Statutes of 1935: Dated this fih dAy of Sept. 1957.FFICIAL You are nereb notfleetbat .
Later the courthouse was moved a notion that ,she wanted ''to This the 4th day ...of September (O SEAL) Charlea ,.4.. D&IIII ioU it for Reduction of Alimony
.'present methods of syrtematlc city to be out of date. desiring to. engage; In farming, go A.D., 1357 Clerk, of the Circuit Court bal been filed alraUla, you 10 tile I.
'farm forestry with the old and 1\lr8o RJby( Johns accepted moved back, into the interior on there and it was known u I to her',home. All tried to dissuade (OFFICIAL SEAL) B7 lI.rlu L. Crosby Deputy Clerk aboie named Court and cause and

out moded practice of "cut out the situation phUosophlcaUy. Black Creek ear where Middle-' Webster. her' from this -move. She Charles Clerk rof A. the Darby Circuit Court. 9/6 n 9/7 your YOU are answer required or pleading to serve to a copy the pe-of

'and get out." "At least It might make burg now stands. Among these Before the Civil War two of the went anyway and, the Indians Bradford County Florida. NOTICE TO APPEAR tltion on the PlalntUf"s AttorneyT. 1
916 zt 1/13 I. ''Clr..uU (:oart, Bradford Lesaty, Frank Landrum P. O. L"ox 546.Starke. ,
and _
The, speaker pointed out the travelers take'notl re families were Taratus. Alvarez, largest slave holders were captured her, stood the sIX children Florida I. C'lIaaf't'rCornelius ,-. Florida

.need for the collection of thou- member Starke," she said. Andreu, and Di burr. Many of, George Branning and Osias'A. in a row and shot them and NOTICE J. Beck Plaintiff, vs. and file 'the original In the office of
Sealed bids will be 'received by Zenobia Deck" Defendant. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
left Mrs. Snowden for dead.
sanda of sl U'ih' pine cones this the descendants of these families Budington. Mr. Budington'was I The Board of Public Instruction of Case No. 1-3&:1: or before the

fall for the purpose or harvestIng Pleads are now living in that N'ctlon. It sea, aptain. He was, born Nov However c>she ..recovered'and Bradford County Florida: at the SetiH To Appun 30 day. of September, U57;
Guilty office of the Superintendent of To: Zenobia E'eck whose residence otherwise the allegations of said
$ ed and stated that the is not known what the'Spaniards 28, 1796 and died Aug. 24. 1886. scoutS coming' along found herd I I PubUc Instruction In Starke Florida and address is: 817 Duke St. petition will be taken, as confessed "-

Foresry Service and several called the settlement but the ms remains rest in the old tam- took her, back to the fort.!' up to 10:00: a.m.. Friday, Sep- Georgetown, South Carolina. by you. ,
In Theft Plot I tembflr zoo 1957. for the moving of You are hereby notified that a This notice Ihal1 b. published )
large timber companies are payIng Alvarezes and, Andreus' moved on ily cemetery, :r-fiddleburg. G.' A. ,Indian Fort, on'the north the Hellbronn Springs School build- suit for Divorces once each week for four consecutlvs ow

'. g od money for all cones farther back to what Is now Bradford Prevatt was alM one of the old prong of Black Creek, near Mid- Ing to a new .IIlte In Starke Fla. been filed against you in the week III the Bradford County Tel.-
Any bid received after ,specified above named Court and cauSe and graph
pthered., I Final di'position, in the case County Later, in 1820-25, settlers, going Midclleburg In dIeburg'was- given the name because ;. time and date will not be consid- )'ou are required to serve a copy of Dated this 28 day of August.'

; The speaker was Introduced of the three men charged in a many American families moved 1851.' a 'Mr.' Beasley was killed ered. Each bid must be accompanied your answer or pleading to the 1957.
by plot to steal material from their by a certified check or bid bond complaint on the Plalntiff.s (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.DarbY
BlU Haas who had charge of to the same location among them Back in the early. .days..before thire by the Indians" 'while he in the mount of five per cent of Attorney T. Frank Landrum, P. O. Clerk of the elrcult Court
employ was handed down last the snowden Frisbee B arid George 'Branning were base bid as guarantee that the, Box 546. Starke, FlorIda B7 Marisa L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
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itheiprogram. ,
I being
and during the Indian War it ia bIdder it awarded the 8/30 n 9/0
Thursday when County Judge T. contract, and tile ,the orlgnlal In the office
Chalker crQsslng the creek. Mr. Beasley'shorse will within
din, Registers, Tippi, ten consecutive days
A. Yawn sentenced Charles Baker stated! that the Indiana had a after written -
Prevatt and families stopped to drink and an notice being given
Branning ,
-.. tOl1'U LOVE the Dew Ester a ; to fine make of $250 restitution or spend and pay six They ,engaged, Iii firming, .and large camp on the shores 'of Indian. hiding"' at the edge of the' of Public such contract award Instruction with enter the of Into Board a written .of- Sell It Rent h Trade I

wafer iim Bradford
months in jail. quite a town'was built up at that Black Creek! near the present'townof sot with Jl.n arrow: County. ,: -. '

'br ok purse-size fountain'peu"1n time, larger 'than ,the ,village of! Middleburg. They'foraged as far and killed him;: Branning was All work shall" be done In accord- '

'p,8a-PiladtL! Only t.09 at Brad ing Baker goods pleaded valued guilty at about to steal-$15 Cowford, IlQW JacksoxlvlUe.NA31D awly as South GeOrgia. Along not harmed.. ance contract with documents plans specifications which may and be WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

fOR CBEKMlddleburg about that time, .so It, Is stated, .Mlddleburg today Is a sleepy' examined at the Office of the
from his employer B.T. Thomas Superlntendeat.
lord ..
CountY Telgrapb..i The other two men involved In was then called the a band of pirates made' a camp village ot ,several hundred soula.with. E'ldder's qualifications must be

the plot, 'Ted Curtis !an4' Excell town of Black; ,. 'Creek, the creek on the. shores of ,the Creek. near .'little inc ica lon' .tJ &t1t'\ was I satisfactory Instructions'to.the of 'Bradford Board of Public :0 WORDS OR LESS, On Innertlea (MinimuM narce) .71

...i : being so. named because the water the Indian camp and built upI once the thriving trade center The Poard of Public Instruction County.of EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :0 -_ ___._ 4e Per Word

is nearly jet bl ck. quite,a village. They used ,this I far ihts -s tlon .of. Florida., Thee the Bradford County, Florida reserves I .:=0.% .orscOCST OX REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD
In 18tO the Chalkers built I their hiding out right to waive Informalities In :SeADDITIONAL, FOR BLIND ADS OR AD NOT PAID IX ADVANCE.LASSIFIED .
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place, dashing : rly farmers of Bradford County any bid and to reject any or all

large two-story house. It is stut 1 at times into the St. JohnS River hauled their cotton arid ,other bids.,
"/1& 3t 9/Z0 C DIPL.Y! 11':5: Pn lach First lasertlee
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Elect standing lad In It lives Mrs. .M thence to' time ocean. Where produce to Middleburg, selling it U----
: 1.00 PER: INCH FOR StME An REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
A. Chalker who is one of the they would loot some unfortnn:, there and buying' supplies 'to NOTICE TO APPEAR

: oldest residents of MiddleburgThe ate ship, and then daM 'back to the' return trip fa Flerlll.1 Circuit lit C..d, Bradford C..ty, CARDS QF ThANK (t.'p To 50 Words) __-- _____ a.oe
I bring home on CII.Deery.
Doyle OVER 30 WORn ___u_____________ 4 Cutl Per Word
Lee
MethodiF.i Church used by the their rendezvous. lIt Is statedthat I Now 'if a Bradford farmer 'goes Samuel Colvin Plaintiff, vs.

JAMES A.LEWIS early. settlers 'Btm'in' good, shape the ,pirates had troutle with I to MiddIeburg, It Is only to fist ,Eugene Colvin.Case No.Defendant.lZ-3& MEMORIALS AND RESOLYTJONS ____ 4 Cnt. pn Word

used. the "Indians and band of ld I !Notice T. Appear .
: and is. being It was con a ', "the dark' waters' ,of old Black To: Samuel -

i .1oi pOlO u LB1IY Bowlegs' followers: rMLUgh137 Creek residence and Eugene address Colvin Is whose ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnish- NEED TIRES r
naq .ttt LT pa1Jn.118 : United ed apartments for rent. Phone I Get them now, pay at you rid.
States Army Air Force Base, Fort 16S, W. T. Jackson. tfchg Ask for our easy budget termll.
Green, had pr vIolsly admitted thereof of the current pub-- ,. Sec.- 17: Eenning, Georga. Lacy Conway' Sales and Service,
S their gUilt a.nd been sentenced. 'lie' records of 'Bradford County .GREETINGS: You are hereby You are hereby notifIed that a POWER MOWERS FOR RENT at Union E'us Station, Starke, Fla. ,
Florida except the portion notified that a suit In equity bas suit for divorce and restoration Tiny's 66 Service. H1 S. Walnut trchg
Curtis, formerly part time thereof within the right, betn brought against you and each of maiden name bas been filed St. Also new mowers for Sale.
bookkeep and yard foreman at of way. of State Itoads 16. and of you as. defendants Albert I against you tn the above named Easy payment plan. Pay while PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all
_. I ZOO" situate In the City. of Hartmann as curator of the person I Court and cause and you are re- you mow. Buy where you aan makes and model autos $21.93
:. .ft-- : B T. Thomas Lumber Co. was Starke"' Bradford, County, Flora, nd property of Elizabeth Letsch L, qUired to serve a copy 'of ..1'ouranswer' get service on what you buy. and up. Installation tree at
% placed on probation for five Ida: an Incompetent as plaintiff, In theabove I or pleading to the "comtPlalnt tfchg Shepberd's tfchg
GREETINGS: You are hereby entitled Court and cause: on the Plalntlff"s Attorney
: City Councilman yeaS by ,Circuit Judge George tified that a ,suit In eaUlty has no- that, the relief sought ,In laid, suit &: Maddox:, 109 Law Exchange FOR SJLE' 8 x I x 16 Concrete

.. L! Patten. The value of the goods been brought against you and 1.- to remove cloudsfrom and ciulet I I I Florida E'uildlngi Jacksonville Z, WHEN IN NEED OF. Blocks 18c each, FOE' yard. Mor-
'7 4 each of you, and also against E'rad- and confirm pIalntUt's title t88 tar Mix Cement, Sand Steel and
he had tgceqwaa, estImated at ford County a political subdivision above described lanes as an fade I and tile the original In the office of Aluminum Windows. Also ready

between '4oop; .and $5,000. of the State of Florida, and City feasible fee simple title, thereto ,the Clerk of the Circuit Court on TOP SOIL mind concrete. Pradford En.gineering -
2 Years Term of Starke, a Florida municipal a alnat, the claims of,you and each or before the 1 day of October, .('n,.' Phnne 94 tfch
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.i. Green plead guilty to petit corporation, as defendants by El- o f. you: and you'_ are hereby 195'1; otherwise the al1gatlons of FILL DIRT
; bert, H., Smith as plalntift.ln. the ummoDed ,.ordered and require said Compalnt _will lie taken all WAITRESS WANTED-Apply after
larceny admItt1ng, eaUng goods confesse4 by you': 1% B. C. Truck Stop Res-
noon.
1. Amreation pror for our people. above entitled Court and cause; to file your' written" answer ordefens \ ALL TYPESTRACTOR'
young : This notice shall be published taurant. tfrblr
tbat 'the'relief to'the complaint' In
sought In said t!
valued 'at about $80. He was
suit I once each week for four consecutive '
I Is to removec1ouds: trom'and said cause In the office of the WORK
:. City wide beautflkatlon.v' fined $250 by Judge, Yawn and quiet and -confirm plaintlff"s" title I undersigned' ,Clerk ,of.said. Court atStarke weeks In the_ Bradford County Tele. wE:, HAVE a new loan program for
I'raph. farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 I
to the years
above descrIbed lands .aa FlO1"tda: ,on before the
4 ordered to make retit t1on. an indefeasible fee simple .. title 1 6&: "day .0! ,September, ,,1957_ and Dated this'-' 30 day ...of August AND for the entire credit require-
3. Improvement: 'proper naIntenince of city ,streets :Baker was originally ctiarged thereto against ,the claims''.of:you tG seryea; copy thereof Kohl 1957.' "' Light Bulldozing ments or'the farmer and his lamlIy. -
.' (OFFICIAL .SEAL) GahtesvlUe Production Credit
and each of you: and JOU are.bere- V! Knight; :'plaintiffs aUGI'ney,
\ with grand larceny'and entered: by summoned, ordered and required whose ddtess Is Starke, Florida onor Charles 'A. Darby Association, \0 North Main,
t. Better conditions "
trkIng for city employees.5.More I Clerk nf the Circuit Court. w L. THIGPEN JitBt,2BozZtSDMtOil Galnp"vllle, Fla. tfchg
a not guIlty plea but this case to file your written answer or de- before said date,. as required by: By Uarlan ,
fens to' the complaint In said the Laws of Florida ,and the 1951 I 'L..Crosby, Deputy Clerk Rd.PflO.NE'2974 .
adequate. garbage colledlon. was dropped and the petit larceny cause In the office of .tbe un.der- F lorida. Bules' of Civil Procedure.If' ft 9/7 FOR SALE-Westinghouse sink and I
: charge ,made signed Clerk of Laid Court at you fall to 10 so- a decree pro -I' dishwasher. Reg. U59.95. Sale
Starke Florida:: on ,before confesso will be entered galnstyoU NOTICe TO aria price $391.115. This appliance will
., &. peratioD with I aU civic dubs In promotIng projects .. l6thday September 01', un..nd the to for; ..tlie :rellot '.mnaea' III tgIcui t Y.8t.. ,.ra4S.,4 C.uaty.WR'GR : StarkeF1a.! ., reduced $5' each week until

tor' the advantemfDt of our city. KIz1O3LEV LAKE serve fa copy thereof on', HoUls, V. the complaint;, IInld Slade Gu Co. tfehlf

MISSIONARY Knight, plaintiffs. attorneYL whose It Is, bereby. orceJ ed thll.t' this
BAPTIST FOR SALE-5' Correct Craft Cabin
address 'Is Starke ova TENTH ANNIVERSARY
Florida on or order ,and 'notlce shall be published .
7. ExpansIon of public utilities and will :exert every Su.\day Sc1oo1! 9:45 a.m. MornIng' before said date, as" required by once a 'week for. four on- RADIOS REPAIRED Cruiser enclosed IU7r bead,Two lIS bunks HP, galley-Fully
the laws ''ot Florldal d ,the' 195f ,All. Makes AU Models
a ecutive weeks In the Bradford
''eUort to lower rates. Worship 11 a.m. Evening equipped. Call ,Welchel, Keystone
". utility Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. County Telegraph, a" newnpaprublished ,r U98 ICCuPHONE 5tO 1e..18 Charges guarauteedCJIAS. Heights UU
Service 1:30 p.m.Prayer Jleetlnreach It you fall to do 80, a decree pro p In Pradford County C. SHEPHERD tfrhg
confesso will be I entered : STARKE, FLoRIDA 'IS w. Call Sf. It.rke PL 231
3..N Increase In taxes. Wednesday 1:30 p.m. Every. against Florida, and having a general. circulation SERVICE
you, for the relief
demanded ,In In said county.
Auto RadiolS Tout61's Irons, Fans
r one weJcome.-Rev. H. 11. Motto, the, complaint.. WITNESS my hand 'as Clerk of The :MUSIC SC: News Station 3% PAID ON' FlAVlNrS KEY- all small Appliances. Now I RCA

.. '. putor. .. ; It Is bereby' 'ordered that this sorder'and Circuit Court of E'radford '.. In 'Starke STONE STLTE BANK KEYSTONE "ktrola Comb. AM-F11 Console.
notice shall be ,published .ounty Florida and the seal' of HEIGHTS ILL. ME1. 'ICGRlFF MERCURY MOTORS
"YOUIt. VOTE AND SUPPORT EARNESTLY once a week, for four cons aid Court "\t Starke, Bradford BElt FDIC. Phose 4-41
SOLICITED secutive' weeks In' the' Bradford ,Count,,; Florida, on the Sib day ofAugufot FACE TIlE PEOPLE starts ,Aug.
; NOTJm .TO APPEAR County Telegraph 'a' newspaper A.D., 1957.CHARLES. 26 thru S pt. '7. Hear Your Favorite FOR SALE-8 gallon Electric FOR RENT: : furnished house on
I. arnlt Co.n. Br"'o" ee..i7. published In 'Bradford County A. DARBY, Water Heater. Two elements. Klngley Lake. 2 bedrooms. Newly -
>> ,Fl.rlda i I. C'.eu Florida, aijunaving' a general "circulatlon' Clerk 'of Circuit Court ofBradord Candidate at 7:30 P 31. On Good Condition. See at Gay's decorated and modern. Winter -
Leo Scott Brown Plaintiff, 'In sate WRGR. ,
: vs. lounty. County. Florida.CIRCUlt' : cc Home Appliance. tfchg
Rates. Contact .Mrs. Benceat
Jane Q. Brown, Defendant. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of t COURT ::lEAL) :
Paid Pol.
( Adv.) Case l'\o. 1-333 said Court of Bradford Count Hollis Vo KnIght Monday tliru Kingsley Lake. tfchg
Sale With
FrIday I.IAt Year 'Property For
Notlre To A'M.. Florida and the seal of said A ttorney for Plaintiff.
"to: Jane Q. Thown. whose resi- Court at Starke, Bradford County, 6:00: Sign on'.and News }Farm Howe sad BUiliaellA Property FOR SALE-H In. I 15 fL steel
dence Is: Raffield Arms Sumter" FlorIda, on the' Utb day of Au- FI'Pe' Opea Listiagajohaie
6:05: The culvert
South Carolina. gust, A.D. 1957. NOTICEUpon Clockwatcher Hansen, Rpr..tatICP. pipe $US ft. ALSO
.t" You are hereby notified that a, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) motion, -second and unanimous I. 6:30 Mark Lee Raulers&n (Monday o. Box 301 Starke, }'Ia.S Building lots for sale In South
Gate Subdivision. Low down
suit for Divorce CHARLES A. DARBY vote. the JJoard authorized Its .L .Lou, 301 Phone Waldo pay-
I bu bun filed agaInst Yeti II the Clerk of Circuit Court of, Clerk to' Supplement the Road and Tuesdays only) hObart 8-:8:11: U ment. Low monthly payments.
above Damelt Court ant caUl' and .'Bradford County Florida and Bridge Fund In the followIng 6:45: The Clockwatcher BILLY JACKSON, Phone 165. cloCf'ntral
Truck
'START THE TERM RIGHTij1 and ,you are required to serve a bills Vi; Knight manner, according to.law. 1:00 First News CIf The World FOIl' SALE-Used 11 Inch T.V. Sets: Tlnes. tfehg
copy ot your answer or pleading to Attorney for' PWnUtf.81I E.tl..ted' Expeases f9.9S at Shepherd's. tfcbg AGENTS WANTED-Want to make
the HG Salaries of' Road Malnt@nance Roundup
complaint on the Plalntlff"S >-4t96IX
: St5 to US In 1& day. Many are
Attorney Lloyd Bus, %11) Clark Crew $%91U.00 to $3l,6H.00( 1:15 The Clockwatcher FOR SALE-One good used tnack- doing it. Pleasant work man or
Building, Jacksonville, Florida, THE CIRCnT COURT or THE Estimate of Heveases cad R..elpt.t1t 7:20 Bulletin stone Automatic Wasber. Perfect woman. No experience needed.
and tile tu original tll' office ot EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or Gasoline Board Of The Air
ANZ.s4EItY : condition. Gay's Home Appliance. Spare or lull Ume. Will teach
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ou or FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- .Tax $36,000.00. to $38,000.00 1:30'Weather "Around The Nation tfchg and finance you. Write 11cNesll
before the 3rd day of Sept., 1957: FORD COtJ'ITYs IY CHANCERY. The Board' ot County Commlsioners' : Co., P. O. Box nu, Delioto Station -
s of E'radford Floridll.
otherwise the allegations of Case N. 1-311' County .
said
Memphis Tenn Ztp 9/6
Complaint %rill be taken a. confess- ALBERT HARTMANN as Curator will meet on September 3.D. 0. 7:35: The Clockwatcher SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS-
A. .. 1957, at 10:00 o'clock for the $2,000.00. Convenient terms. Guy
fll! 117 JOa. of the Person and Property FOR SALE CA
PARGAINH 19H
This potlce shall .I' published once of Elizabeth Letsch an purpose of hearing' any requests orcomplaint. 7:5.0 World, National, State 'an1 Andrews. Phone. 383 or 379-W. Cub Tractor with bottom plow,

each week for four ceueentlye ncompetent,, from the pUblic In re- Sports News tfchg mowing machine, barrow, planter -

... u cadt buy a better CountaiA pea at U'l ..eklill-' the IIrdtrt Cov"tJ' Tel.. Plaintiff' ," 8:05: The Clockwatcher distributor, and plowing I Iequlpmtnt.
KINDERGARTEN registration '
Ifrallb. va. Good condition.
..Jri ...And:.only Elterbroot.Jives' you I Dated this 17th day of August. Defendants 8:45: Radio Chapel (Ministerial .Aug. 30. Catholic Hall from Still 'I Clarence Hutcheson, Rt %. Box
I It57.- CH"ARLES C. CONLEY, 'et al; AssocIation), 11 a. m. Classes start Sept. 167, Starke. %tp 9/&
'choiCe ot 32 pointa-ono tor.every wi1dn (oFFICIAL SEAL) ORDER OF PUBLICATION: MID S.-lIn,' Clyde Priest. 5tcbg-9/U
'1 '" Chari.A. DarbJ" NOTICE'TO DEFEND 9:00 Five, minute summary of CIRCULATING OIL HEATERS
If Y01l damage a points I1C't11( Clerk II' the Crrcult :4urt- IN THE NAME OF THE STATE 2 News KINGSLEY LAKE A 'real lake CLEAXED-IO years experience.
By Virginia. F. Darby, Depty. Clerk OF FLORIDA: home. Completely furnished. Can J. 31. Allen at Denmark Fur-
i point ,seu in in secondi at any'peicointe. -- To Charles C. Conley, B. L. 9:05: The Chatterbox. with Betty' Good condition. 3 bedrooms. Z niture Co. 151 or write Rt. 1. Box
IN TlD ("IRCVI COURT or Green R. L. Shaddock William C. Gray \ baths, large enclosed porch. 170. tfehlr
r .your,Esterbrook can last C J BRADFORD OUNTY, FLORIDA 1 Temple It alive, and It any of 10:00: Cedric Adams Show Paneled living room. Suitable
I.. IN ClUN'ERY the above named persons be dead for year round living. Sandy FOR REST-I room' furnished apt.
I we.uniy $ Case No' 1 Z-312 then to his unknown heirs, devisees, 10.30 Music For The'Mlssus beach. Good flBhlng. 3 lots. A Apply) at Jill N. Church. Phone
2'Sr .1ILBERT: H.. SMITH, arante8l, Ilenor creditors or other 11:00 FIve minute- summary of choice location. Reasonable t7S.W. tf'hrr
9 ,, Plaintiff persons claiming any Interest In tt'rms.IlcKlnneyGreen- Inc..
9 I vs. the hereinafter described propsrtby. Newa ,, Z15 N. E. lit St.. Gainesville. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED to live
J CATHARl\E W. FEARING. et al I I through, under 01 against each 11:05 MusIc"Fr The .Missus Fla Phone .6-1481. 3tehg t/6 In. Five (*."I with Wednesdayand
Defendants. suck deceased: the unknown heirs Thursday otto Mra'- Ellis, 6:4::
' ORDER OF Pt'BLlCATIOX AND devisees, grantees, lienpre, credi- 11:30 Farm Roundup FOR SALE-Three female Dachs- W. Gardner Rt. 2tp 9/13

... OTIC.JTO DEFEND tors or other persons claiming any 12:00 Public Service hund puppies. Call Keystone
'c : ) IN THE NAME OF THE STATE, Interest. In the hereinafter, described 12fS Height 2116.BIRTH FOR REST-Kina-pley LAke Two
: Second News of The World
"OF' FLORIDA: property by,through, 'under bedroom furnished houle. Avail-

i .-. To Catharine W. Fearing, Har.. or against, Robert No Smith, Roundup NOUSCElES" able now. on rearl- basis 155 per
riot'W:. Flaring, Urs. A. L. Scott, deceased: The FlorldC lAnd ,and 12:30 Weather Around The Na- The birth ot a new car, the Ed8el month. Phone !UI. Ztrh 9/13::
If alive and if ,an1 of the above; Immicration Company a corpora.tion Is announced by- Ford Motor Com.
named ,persons -be dead then ,- Euex Royalty Corporation. tion12:35The. FOR SAL"E-Senraf hundred old
hi!! 'a pany of Dearborn, MichIgan. You
Th4 PciteI'aL j unknown heirs, d I Ievlsees Deleware corporation, with Its : Perry Van Show are cordially InvIted to see thb style Split Fence Railll. Telephone
adainty and 119-J.. tArlr. Fl.: % S/lIT
tp'
pen pencil prlnclo office in Kennedy
legatees Build.lug. newest addItion to the Ford Fam.
tet whh famous Esterbrook Iran tee!!, lienors creditors or, other .: Tulsa.. 'Oklahoma:,_ and' t9 aU ASK'N 1oo'Flve: minute summary of lIy of Fine Cars at your nearest. HoeSE FOR RE
writing persons claiming any Interest L persons havIng or clalmlnc. any NeW! EdeI, 'dealt'r. Put Station, -Ilquire( UnlOh
t' quality.,Your choice of six fashion colors.S In the hereinafter l decrlbed. prop Interest In or' to' the following : tfc'hg
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uty bY' throul'h,under ,or alralnst lands Iltllate'1n :Bradford, County.. 405; Chuck Denton Show FOR RENT-Four room furnIshed
FIVE ROOM
Ett includes glamorous carryingcase, too.I each land such deceased .The .Florlda FlorIda, to-wit: bout thiS question: 2:00 Ftv "minute'. summary ..of house 308 S. Water St. Itchg garden and HOUSE chicken: with yard batb tar
and Immigration Company, BeelD'at a concrete monument '
I 1 corporatlo'\L at14aU..penons hay at tht corner common .to gee'tlons News 'I gArage. $30 per month. Peter-
Ing or'claiming' anf right. title or ,8,: 9. 11 and 'I In-Twp.' S- "4',roof might, be worth only]' 2:05: ,The Perry Van Show FURNISHED rent-To lee APARTMENT Is to appreciate.for 4 E.110ft'Peterson" Dairy Farm.8t. Starke 8. Cllley Rd.Itp

Interest In or -to the foUowlnl' S., R. 22 E thence run South 3:00 Five minute of room upftalra apartment. All
lands situate In Bradford County, : 88 degrees, 14 minute, :0 seconds $ 200 in depreciated'vaIue, ,aummary private. Couple only. 310 N. EXPERIENCED MOTHER will care
,"- Florida", to-wit: West along the line dividing News, Walnut St.. Starke. Uehg 9/Z' for one thlld in her home Phone
From the point of tile Intersection aforesaid Sec 8 and 17. but burned out, it might 3:05 The Perry Van Show 3'-J. U'hlrTWO
-=- -.. ,of the South line of a distance of 13$1.21 feet to an BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Brownies Street which is also Iron .tAke; run .thence South t $2QOO'to replace, Hon e. 4:00: Five minute summary of WANTED '- Interested part to PIGS caught near the SAnta

I, State Road 11 (and was for- a decree, 11 minutes, 30 second NeWs handle marine products. IAles and Fe River Brldge. One red, one
Dtptnlabll ballpoint-Because it's merly 10th Street). In the City East a distance. of 78.3 furnishings likewise ..mightbe service In .Starke and surrounding white with black spot Contact
an of Starke, Florida, with the feet to L a post; run thence 4pS: At Y9\1r Request area. Reply: Box 83-11. c/o BrAdford Sh4'rlff" office U'hrr
Estero k you can rely on this sleek ball Easterly line of' the right of North 87' degrees 30 minutes :worth' only $3000, but if 8:00 W R G Rt News. Parade Co. Telegraph Starke.
way of Temple Avenue, also 10 seconds East, a'dlltance of Hcttll: Silt FOR RE\T-Two modern furnhh-
point or years of fine writing. Only .. being State Road ZOO for a 1113.17 feet to a concrete monument destroyed, it would cost perhaps (World and National) ed houses $35 to $iiO per month. '
\ POINT OF ,BEGINNING, thence on the tine divIding Bald 6:30: 8 P JL What-A-Burger IOO PER WEEK and up for one W. S. Sibley, phone 3852 Keystone '
run South 72 degrees 17 minutes See.' II' and IT; run thence $5000 to buy new ,ones. ambitious married man with car. Height" Up "n
.' \$2.2 East and along the South North IT degrees 0 minutes' Show. In clay Coenty. Sales experience:
. I line of Brownlee Street for a East a distance 01 1313.51, feet Does the new Homeowners S:3O: Revolving Bandstand ''unnecenary. Phone Exbrook WST-Key. In' front ot Lawlon's
dlstatlce of 10U3 feet.'thence to 'a post; run thence North' 0 7:00 NEWSIC and Mu' 8.3337. JacksonvIlle, between 11 Market last Thurlday. Return to
Newt
run South 17 degrees H minutes degrees. 13 minutes East, ,dIstance Policy pay 'full replacement ( noon and 2 p.m. ltchg 1Irs. Ada l.aweon. lAwlon's
15 seconds West for a I, of U&.n feet to' a concrete .ie) rar'ket. Itp
dilitallce of 100.0T feet, thence monument on the line dl.. value ,on loases7"Charley 8:00 SIgn Off' '
run North U degrees It minutes viding aald.See. 9 and '1&: 'con- FOR SALE-PensAcola Crass UO FOR SA.L&-811t room house, 11
.5 seconds West for a distance tinue thence North 0 degrees. Saturday: per 10" J. W. Brownlee, Brown beArIng orange and grapefruIt
.of 10.14 feet to a' point 13 minutes East, a dIstance of Same 'schedule &J above eicept lee Road. 3tp 9120) tret'!!, close In. Good terma. W.
Oil the Euterl7' ; Iineot ,Temple 15.1 feet to .a post:, run lolls S. SIbley, (Sliver Lake) Phone
Bradford Avenue, thence run North 17 thence South 87 degNle, IT 1 to 8 p. in..Rod Show :IRS!. Keystone Helg-ht. lip
'r r County Telemoh degrees U minutes 10 seconds minute West al"" dIstance of Sunday FOR RENT-Two bedroom. unfurni6bed
East and along the Easterly un.'. feet ,to'a 'post on' 'tile house on Yadlao St Inquire ': FOR REXTO-Tbrf: e bedroom apart-
line of Temple Avenue for a line dividing Bald sections San& 7:30: Sign On Religious prograIUuntO. Gay' Home ApplIAnce. menL Large livIng room dining

distance of lOt feet to the I: run theice Sooth 1 degree 1:00': u... m.. ., tfehg room and kltcbeu. Gas heat..
.. OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES peint of beginning: being allot 51 minutes East along : Telephone InnAllt'd. Call ,,-W,
Lots 6 and 7. Block 1$. of last aforesaid lectlOD': line a &Sofl,4gellcyIa. 1:00. to 4:00 p.. m.'The Sun, _U' W. Jefferson St. tfe'Fi'g
Temples AddItion to Starke distance!' of 191.11 feet to a dayShO't! WANTED RESPOXSIPLE MAN to

A-.........._ _..,:rw Pradfnrd County Fldrida u point of, beginning; "ituate In I Ph .. take care of tarm. See Gus Kop BOOKKEEPING n1iTEnT.arRP
'.. =. o-it'-7-a.- -: -.-_. _--- -_. ::.- --- 3? per p13t thereof recorded In f1W of said See I. NWI4 of ,6:00tfl 800-' p. m. ; : See .SCe4! ....eIOUSOIL GuIdon or Garden Rutauut. or amaltIu'sine.e% ..,' Calt; tliO.W,

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STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1957
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'WWyt ..Y..yYYYYYYYYYYY9. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT than in the past. .' I party and 'picnic at Park of the Mrs. W. A. Saxon and Mrs.' J. H. .sster.in-law, !oil'. and Mrs. Don- I Aug. 16. Mr and Mrs. Dave

Martha Higdon, daughter of Palms. Saxon. On Labor Day Mr and ald Hill. Younker of Jacksonville visited
LONG BRIDGE NORTH SIDEBy Mr. and Mra Herb. Higdon of wvvHAMPTON Mrs. Charles, Hicks, teacher of Mrs. Oliver, and Mr. and -Mrs. Aaron Williams, USN, son of with her and with Mrs. Fowler'sand

AND NEW RIVER Maxville, spent last week with the class, was unable to. attend, W. A. Saxon and children, had Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams, visited ; Mrs. Younker' parents in
By Carl BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the Homer Smith family in and in her absence, Mrs. Charles, dinner with Mr. and ,Mrs. Clyde. with his parents last weekend Hampton, Mr. and :Mrs. J. A.
+Bin. E. A. Sapp Tampa. By Bin. O.. )E.t BID Hidlebran and Mrs. Marvin Faile Rhame. in Hamjton. His ship, which Williams; and Mrs. Younker

tfAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. The weiner roast at Long AAAAAAAAAAA4A4AAAAAAAAA.ACITY chaperoned the group. Visiting' last" week with Mr. has been docked at Mayport for stayed several days :with her

The M. L. McDaniel family at- Branch last Friday night was PERSONALSMr. and Mrs. ,D. W. Swindell were several weeks, was to go out to sister.
and Mrs. Joe Lazenby of tended a family reunion in Talla- enjoyed 'by all, especially the ELECTION ,TUESDAY her sisters, Mrs. Nellie Weathersi sea Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underwood
visited the and Mrs. of Eau
Lumberton, N. C. Pope
f hassee last weekend.Mr. youngsters.Mrs. FOUR. IN. COUNCIL RACE >y and Mrs. Hattie Shock of Mr. and Mrs W. W. Hammond, of Hampton Lake went to Savannah -
Fonnie Crews family Sunday and Mrs. J. D. Clark visit- Walter ,Lang and two Four candidates have filed for Gallie visited Monday in Hampton Felder, and also Mr. and Mrs. their daughter, Mrs. Leaston I Ga. last weekend to attend -
with their son-in-law and
4 afternoon.Weekend visitors of Mr. and ed his sister, Mrs. Harold Craw- children, Mi. and Mrs. Gene the three city council vacancies daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ashley of Felder.. On Friday Forsyth, and baby, moved to the funeral of Mrs. Under
ford, who is ill in the hospital. Lang of Tampa spent the week to be voted on at next.Tuesday'scity they all visited in Mayo and on Waldo last weekend .from Hamp- wood's brother.
:Mrs. Troy Dukes were Mr4 and candidate Saxon, who have just moved
with
Henry C. Martin and daughter, election, _one Friday evening, they visited an- and Rothelle Jones,
Mrs. U. S., RhodenMrs. Mabel end with relatives at Clay Hill the offices of back to their former, home on ton.Mrs. Tracy
Becky Lou, of Ariton, Ala. spent and Maxville,. returning home each filing for other sister, Mrs. Frances Wim- William'Fowler returned both home on leave from the Air
Long, and Mrs. Mary Dukes, all marshal and clerk. Division St. Mr. and Mrs. Pope
several with friends and mayor, berly, of Keystone Heights. from' Bradford
days Monday Afternoon.Mr. Hospital this Force, with the Raleigh Bran-
of Jacksonville. They all attended Parker has were enroute home. from Panama
H. qualifiedas
the annual church meeting at relatives this week. and Mrs. Earl Lang returned John for W. H. City, where they had gone to Bill Alderman, who is stationed week with their new,baby daughter nens. spent last weekend visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott visited a candidate mayor; in Key West with the Naval Jewel who born
New to. Tampa Monday.Mr. their Kathy was friends in Rome, Ga.'
,
Hope last Sunday, rand Marklee J. get son Beryl Pope.
her mother, Mra. Cora Bell Maxwell, clerk; Reserve, spent Labor Day week-
and MnJ. T. Padgett '
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. ,Sapp andMis.s Norman, marshal-each of these Mr. 'and Mrs C. A. Cox of
Jones in Fernandina end in"Hampton with his parents,
Ida Merritt spent Tuesdayand Sunday.Mrs. moved ,to Lawtey last Sunday. Hampton returned .last week
Hicks of Jacksonville is for a .one.year term., the' T. J. Aldermans.Mr. .
They lived just behind J. Ts'
Wednesday night with Mr. candidates fora from a two weeks' trip to San
spending two weeks here with father's house. As moved' Qualifying as and Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr.
they
and Mrs. Harold Shiver and the councilare Antonio,. Texas. They 'made the
Pete Sapps.We her daughter, Mrs. Conner. out, Willie moved in the same two-year term on the trip with their son-in-law and and daughter Marcia moved last Elect : M. s s

are sorry to have lost our Northside Vacation Bible house, so_Yougan will.not get Frank Williams H. D. May daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. B. week, to Middleburg. They had .
School D. E. Hill and W. H. Griff in.,The been ,living in tcala. i' a -
Lynn
Classes enjoyed a picnic lonesome for grandchildren.Our near
new neighbors, the Paulsons, with Goodson of Miami, and they all
who have moved to High Springs.We lunch and swimming at Strick grandson,: Willie England, three .of these candidates visited the Goodsons soninlawand Mr. Keyes of Hampton Lake d
are glad to welcome Roy land's Landing last Friday. The returned from St., Vincent's Hospital the most votes will fill the'three. I daughter there, where he is was taken to the veterans' hos- JAMES A.LEWIS

Turner back to our little com- picnic had been postponed for Monday afternoon! of last vacancies. include stationed with the air force. pital in Lake City after a heart .
munity from Starke. several weeks. week, went back Wednesday fora Incumbents for re-election clerk- They toured the Alamo, as well attack last weekend.

Glad that Mrs. G. L. Sapp is check up, and Thursday morn- W. H. Maxwell for ; as other tourist spots on the trip. Raymond Hill of Holly. Mich,
Griffin,
W. H.
NEW RIVER improving after two weeks 'ill- ing insisted on returning to D. E. Hill and their Billy Horne stationed at spent 'several days last week in S
from
BAPTIST CHURCH ness. Mrs. Truman Norman returned school with the other children, councilmen. Retiring Wadsworth, Homestead AFB, spent Labor Hampton with his brother aridIGASTOONSI I
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- : home from the hospitalin M he is in school and doing. fine offices are G. P. and Day weekend in .Hampton with ,

ship Hour,.11 a. m. Evenly Serv- I Jacksonville this week and is now. mayor'' ; R. C. Cox, marShilf. ; !his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 1 v t tM
feeling mucn better. Allie Whit- Last Thursday evening before J, W. Horne, councilman.Polls Horne.
M.-e, 7 p,'m. Prayer Meeting eaci [
hall will
Wednesday 7<39 p, m. Everyonv. aker is also on the sick list.' prayer meeting started at Long at Hampton city Mr.' and Mrs. Arnold Haddockand
be from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Councilman
Bible." North Side is in a study, course Branch the children Were play- open children of Jacksonville City = .
i this week. Bro. E. C. Harvey is ing, as children always do, whena on Tuesday, ,Sept. 10. Inspectors spent ,the weekend here with -By- ,
teaching the book, "When Do little Higdon boy fell hit his for the election, appointed by the Frank Williams and Dan
MARY CARTER. Teachers Teach?" head against a cement block and Mayor Wadsworth, are' Mrs. Johnson families.Mr. GIB BROWN Years'Term k
I Minnie M. L. Wat- 2
Happy birthday to Frances cut a gash over the right eye. Marcionny and Mrs. Joe B.. Oliver

HOUSE E Martin, Tim Harvey, and Mrs. There was quite a bit .of excite- teraon SCHOOL and BEGINS H. D.;May. and Mr. and :Mrs W T. Saxon of recreation for our young people. j
1. A program
Jessie Scott. ment there for awhile, but he Ft. Lauderdale visited from Fri-
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Classes began Tuesday morn-
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soon recovered his
composure day until Tuesday with Mr. and wide beautification. f
2.
ing at Hampton Elementary City
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'Wyy.yYYYYYYYYYYy.y..yCLAY and all stayed for prayer meet- 1

PAINTSr ing.Gertie School work after by two teachers.weeks prepara-. 3. Improvement; and proper maintenance, of city streets.

HILL Faircloth .was not gett- tory Starke .
Grades at the school are arranged -
ing along so well Sunday, was 4. Better working conditions for city employees.
98 PER GALLON than as follows: first grade Nursery School
worse she ,had been for a
t \ 2ND GALLON bj>> Mrs. J. L. StricklandWe few days, but" we hope. she. is and low second, Miss Louise r 3// 5. More adequate. garbage collection. >k>

** FREE ,AAAA & A &&& A A better again. Raulerson; high second and IS'' now 6. Cooperation with all civic.clubs in promoting project
third, Mrs. Floy Sullivan; third .
We had more present for prayer "Who did you ay Installed, for the advancement of our city.
MARY CARTER were glad to see Rev. Herb meeting at the Clay Hill and fifth, Mrs. Barbara Hill will Accepting Enrollments "
Higdon at prayer meeting at as substitute until a regu- your WATER PUMP?
serve
church last Wednesday night Pre-School Children 7. Expansion of public utilities and will exert efery
Long Branch last Thursday lar teacher is secured; sixth and .
PAINT STORE than we have been having. Also All Ages '
It to have things effort to lower utility rates.
aways pays ,
evening, but sorry to learn that we had seventh, Mrs. Janie H. Noe; ,- ... .-'- -- '
214 N. W. 13th Street he has to vo the this more response in confer- and librarian, Mrs. done RIGHT and it costs "'
go Aospital eighth grade
ence than usual. Most of the of- 8. No increase In ta :} ; "S-
FR 6.7588Gainesville week for surgery. We wish him a ficers were reelected, so it seems Ola M. Perkins, who is also We Invite You To Visit Us t less if WE do it! ei'r, !

,Fla. speedy recovery and that he will none of school principal. Mrs. Eva :Hen- .
shift
usi can .the work on Half or Full Time Basis .
have better health in the future to some one else. We also had derson will return as music teacher .,

more at Long Branch than usual, and C. L. Overturf as Mary &: Willow GIB BROWNSERVICE :YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT EARNESTLY.
correctionist.In '
and had a interesting speech SOLICITED '
very ser ,.. .
the school lunchroom,. Mrs. Mathis STATION

SLASH PINE CONES vice.Homer smith preached for us Clifford Prevatt will be chief' OPERATORS Standard Oil Products
at Clay Hill last Saturday nightas cook, and Mra Florrie Bell ,
(Paid PoL Adv.) .
previously announced, also Brown, helper. Wilson Beden- 571-583 W. Call Street 407 N. Temple Ave.
preached for us Sunday night In baugh will continue s'custodianfor

the absence of our pastor, Rev. the school. Bus drivers for .
Harvey Lane. We did not haveso this area will again be,Mrs.: Ger-
.t many present for communion trude Slade and Billy Barnes.As .

m services Sunday morning, it part of the improvementsfor

seems several were still' on the Hampton school, the school \'
sick_ list and not' able" to attend. REELECTCarl
I board placed a 12-cubie-foot .
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Rev. Rafuse-of Raiford "\ f
--4T po r will be electric refrigerator In "IKS
our preacher Saturday night. We school lunchroom last week, Mrs.
WE :PAY 1.10 PER BUSHEL do not recall having him here at Perkins said. The yards and

,. Clay Hill before, so none of you classrooms are all in order for
can say he has preached here the operation o'f school, new bats John" '

.-. DELIVERED TO until you are 'tired of hearing and balls have been purchasedfor .
him, so come on all of youlet's all grades, and a vigorous
fill the house to capacity. physical education program has

BRADFORD WOOD YARD Ernie Padgett is trying to get. been 'planned, she continued.In .
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all of the coons, so we are left
Curriculum planning, emphasis -
out. He went out Ji
Saturday nightto
,has been placed on sciencein .
look for for the
CASH ON DELIVERY something
,all grades and much new
dogs to chase. Sunday morning,
science equipment for experiments -
he had a big old'* the
coon on
has been Mrs. :
secured.
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CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA back steps ,looking at us (only Noe is in charge of science'' activities CityYOUR rA.
Mr. Coon was sleeping the last '
sleep!) When we returned from
.Mrs. Sullivan Is working with
1 Sunday School and church. Toldus 1.
.. committee seeking to
: I wouldn't go after them any the county
more, so looked like he had to develop the desirable character-
go. Well, they Just refuse to istics of a superior teacher. This It

THE ERHRIGHT- come to our' chicken house, or action. is in accord with Governor Courteous Successful
tAIT T come and dare us to get out and Collins' 'desire that teachersbe Honest Capable Experienced .

get them, so we let them go. We paid on the merit system, .
Mra Perkins said. .r.., .,* -.
also had some hunters from B 'J

!ThAii'&tt&ooNYou Jacksonville, or somewhere, here SS CASS HAS PARTY .. '..
Monday night. Can't say if they Thirteen girls from the Junior > "
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,t'. caught anything, but we saw Girls Sunday School class of 1' DUTIES OF THE CLERK

.f' them pass the house, so we will Hampton Baptist Church, 'who ,

} can't buy a better fountain'pea at anydoe.An4oai7Ecrbrook'givcsyou 1 J just other take fellow it easy chase and these let wild the had July perfect and attendance August were recordsfor ,entertained To keep adequate records of all monies received and disbursed. Keep adequate

) : 4 animals for a while. Saturday at 'a swimming records of all meetings of governing bodies. To operate the office in a business

chOiCe of 32 poiofc'-oM forevcryVittefl like manner. Keeping regular. office hours, operating the office at a minimum, i?
>eroaaKry?Uyoi dams a XQ a or>r
1. Books audited monthly by Certified Public Accountants and
': ,cost taxpayers..
{plat laerrstn II'$CCftds'at'&1t7
jcoaater.Sojfow.EsWbrookVa; ; monthly statement of all receipts and disbursements made to City Council. The
for
| fait ] We Pay,3 Per Cent On Savings
\ fe.- -Ws1 r "- .J 1956-57 budget of $454,074.00 must be properly adri1 1istered. Also 1,400

.' "" .. handled monthly. Collections under Carl Johns' administration .
/ ,' t *""* Deposits, Computed light and water customers

have been practically tOO per cent, with no unfavorable. com

Semi-Annually ments from auditors. 1- '",*


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I wish to call your attention especially to the fact that the City Clerk has no

) .. ............... Our Insured Safe.Deposit Vault offers a. safe depository voting power on any question affecting the Citizens of the City of Starke. His

Ite Pfc-Fdt! is a dainty pea and pencil for the security' of' your Certificates of"Stock; duties, are to keep records and be,able to furnish the City Council and Citizens'

set :'r with famous Esterbrook writing Bonds, Deeds, Abstracts of Title, Insurance Policies,. ,with. information on ,questions arising. Carl Johns has done these things and
quality. Your choice of six fashion colors.'

|. ,pet; Includes glamorous carrying case, too. and other, important documents. Don't wait until some is qualified to do so from actual knowledge gained from experience.

"Usf'$57S V" -' of your important papers are destroyed, lost, or stolen. j.
Don't forget Starke. is a growing town and needs someone who. ;is
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Rent a Safe ,Depository.Box TODAY! .

I 1 --, experienced to assist, in directing its welfare. Carl Johns is.... .}Ci taxpayer

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Dependable" ,**ba- pohi-Becausa it',"'" an Bank Money Orders Save You Money a property owner, and a successful business man..His interest

Esterbfook you c&lfrely on ih sleek ballpoint Bank Orders At

f 1 for years of fine writin Only ---* 'Buy Your Money is /n tar .and. he has and will at all times--'work for the .



\$2i!! THE COMMUNITY STATE BANK betterment of Starke and Bradford County. ,..

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OFSTARKE Carl Johns' vast knowledge of, the financial operations of the City Government from long experience

has enabled him to furnish the City Council with information leading to the successful growth and

expansion of City Utilities and Facilities to meet the needs of our growing City. In the event of my

1 Bradford County Telegraph MEMBER F.DJ.C.-Eaeh Account. insured up to failure to see you, please accept this as my personal solicitation of your rote and support oa September .

10. Yours sincerely, -CARL JOHNS. I
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Methodist Church BOOKER. BATT1ST 41" CHURCHH lifter three months vacation It this' will not, Start until you are home of Sister'Georgia where we er. ; -41 ..!('.

A Erfice. =<' WN&: pastor.. appeared, thal. niost .ot+ them outBethlehem '" ,<_o! discussed Jesus on the Cross. We I IN MEMORIAM '

Sen'ices for Sunday, Sept. 8: Sunday School, 10 a. m.; morn were glad to .be ,back. Wateroak Freewill Baptist will meet with Sister Mary Mc- In loving memory of our dear

Sunday School, 9:45 a.m-Morn ing worship' 11 a. m.; training primary school,will, be open .for Church' ,. Rev. JL McKayr pastor, Farlan this Thursday afternoon.All mother and grandmotSer.: Farlfl-;

CHURCH NEWS ing Worship, 11 a.m.ith the pastor union! 7 p. ;m.;. evening TYrohiP a lunKed "nfnhber.of': kindergarten held regular services Sunday Christians in the communitywho .enia Tpplln, who departed this

Rev. Donald Kokomoor back 8 p. m. pupils or pre-school chtrdren. starting' with Sunday School. want to do mission work life, August 29, 1941. Sixteen
in Jhe pulpit. Recreation Time for Wednesday-Hour. of Prayer 'Principal Roberts will ,supervise 'Covenant meeting was held at for God are' asked to join our have passed and It scents'?

U- MYF, 6:15 p.m. Diiu,-A-jite: for 8 p.. m. the ,nursery set-up which. will .be '11, a..m. Evening service' at 7:30' i group... 'Regardless of your onlyyesterday years that God called

MYF, 6:45:: pin. MtF Worship. .. attended by'a'capabV: patron fora with; the p s.r.i. charge. The; church membership, we welcomeyou. you home..

At TW Tab' acle Service,, 7:15' pjn showing the 16t'E1V'rt1iADYE111T1ST 4Y. small fee to parentswWiing, to I I. -Can Circle! _wjffl meet ,at, the 'Sister Gladys Blye, report- Wilhemeia Strong

rn- Pr&byferiah_ .\. ChurchCervices u_ film, "You and' Your.Time" CHURCH send their children that are not home of Deacon E. D. Stone onSaturday .. .i. J .a---- to . .,. ., ..

: at the-; Gospel: Tabernacle Friday-adult choir practice,* 8 Young invited people fh'e the MYF Evening age are _Services: each? Sabbath In the- not yet 'school age. They' will be 1igh Sister: McKay is i r ." IT.' _' ._!. .- 'Ii;_ .._ -
lest Sunday were climaxed p.m.. ..,tot join group. home of S. N. Brown acrbssr from given expert care and attention at the bedside of her.sick daughter : -. .-.
Worship, 8 p.m.Wednesday "
Bethel Baptist Church east of With,.hot lunch 'and fresh milk.If in Macclenny. We hope that -
servicewhich church 9:45
school,
of "Sunday
by an evening song : Prayer Meetingand -
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2p: m hi ; she will soon recov We -WE'VE
S arke. Sabbath School ire interested 'sending r are
consist you
.of descriptionsof a.m.; morning worship;. Respect Bible Study. ; WHAT
!KbTe Study each Wednesday, your child, ''sre Principal Roberts still conducting our house to /
ten of the most beautiful ing Our Neighbor, 11'a.m.;youth Thai rsday Chancel, Choir re, '
hymns:, laves 'of .the 'composers' fellowships, .6:30 p.m..'; Vvenirij; heal 7:30 .pin.. i:30 pi: in.-Arden Mote, 'pastor.BAPTIST today. She 'ts closing the. enrollmen't house 'mission. The last meeting 00 y'pU JVEED

and conditions under which, the worship service "The Keys of the The morning 'worship this. Sunday -.. after 15 children hSve"'been was. Thursday at 4 p. m. at the 7C'i

hymns were written, and other Kingdom," 7:30 pm.: will be broadcast 'over wRGR & 4"GRAllabl.( admitted. Principal Roberts is ""TO BUILD OR NIElt1D

incidents were given, and & verse. Tuesday-The Women of the for the full I hour from 11 a.m.' CHURCHSunday highly qualified to steer! this .. .eN J

of 'each' Song was sung by different Church will meet at 8 p.m. with till noon. If you aVe unable < to school J. 10 a. m.' Morning i program because she has had WE TRY TO fiF
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the following hostesses: Circle 1,- ta chorch Worship, 11 a., iri. Training all the Important courses 'In WELDING
worship ire"iji-
you
members .of thecohgre- Mrs. Bill Costello Circle,2, at the .. '6:3d i Childhood Education,
; vife'd to worship with us in your Union, p. in. ttvehing.,Worship Early ,,' + THE FARMER'SFKIENO.
ration.LAUTEY. Sunday: School<< buildng, Mrs.. Blake: home. 7:30 p. ntr-Rev. W. Q.. School and Kindergarten Educa- .. ,
Jackson, and Mrs. Ray Taylor, Collins, Sr pastor. -. tion.cHUfcn RADIATOR REBUILD .
CHURCH OF CHRIST hostesses; Circle 3, Mrs. W. T. -
Church Homecorning NEWS TRACTOR REPAIRS
(presently meeting ,in.city Hall Jackson. Choir I I ,_ CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. First Born'.Churc, Edict F. : i

StodAy-Bible study,' 10 .a: ni tice Thursday-Junior, 3:30: prac- The' Graham Baptist Church J. .IB.. ,Sherwood Pastor Howard pastor :was honored with All. Work. Guaranteed 0't
worship; iI'a: m. .p.m..., ..- will observe its homecoming "cele. Bibles,School, 9:45: a. m. the presence of Scoutriilaster' 13'1 -
*S: ;:' You% peopleV) Bible EVERGREEN bration Sunday and for the OCcasIon Ing Worship, 11, a.. .m. 1om.1 T. Marshall and 'rnembers' of;
study, 7;Breaching'' 7:30i BAPTIST CHURCH will be host to the Bradford- Church, 6:30 p. m. All Spoilt Tropp 71 "of !Starke': The You Can Depend on

VVednesdajr-tebte: ; study..,, 7:30p. Sunday School 10 a. m' Preach. Union Singing Convention. Dinner people invited. I attended Sunday school with. us I Stalnaker for Service at
-. m. [ ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : will be served on the grounds. on the fourth Sunday. 1
is invited.
Kjstao '. grat.tatio1: m. Preaching 7:3C p. m. Prayer Everyone CHURCH OF JESUS CUBIST The second! Sunday is regular.

WRCR, Mon'day, 6':3p: a. ni.. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. LATTER DAY SAINTS I pastorial day. We are asking -all! STALNAKER

,. '..-. .' .,J- .. St. Edward's ChurchSunday i ,I
n J Services each Sunday in old 1 members. and friends. .to attend
.i. r 1'" : .' .;..1 Masonic Hall on E. Can St. Sunday I services all -day.' At 3 p.-- m. the'j :GARAGE SUPPLIES
'- BUILDERS
Mass at 9:15: a. m. School IA a. in. Sacrament! pastor. .. and .members,,will worshipat .
masses: 6:30 mm. and
Holy day : a. 't
iist Service G:30 p.: 'm. Everyone wel the Church of God in Unity
'jpST CHURCH( '8:30: a. mChildren's come. with Elder: Lewis and congregation. 41S'E.. Brownlee St. Adjoining -
Catechism desk each
I This will l be the beginningof : Farm, Home &
Wednesday at 3J5 p. m.
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j, S!4R! FLORIDAfREV. Keystone; Helghta NORTH SIDE I the Holiness Union. AU' the Auto -Supply .... .. .. .
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BAPTIST 'CHURCH pastors are inviting the ,
(At St. William's Chapel) public -
SdidoI10 a. m". Morning to -join in the 'smice$. There
Sunday -
D.
LEWIS, .... .. HAINES. Pastor (Follow Hiway 21 south to SlWilliam' ,
Worship, 11 a. in. Training- will be an after-service( at the .
44&A AJ& CWtttSCwts): In The ..H.'of Town Sunday{ Sfgn.v Mass) _8 a. m. Union, 6:30: p. m. "Evening Wor- church on Sunday; Brother Robert ;: -

j Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 7:30 ship,' 7:30 p. w. Prayer Meeting 'Williams _will. piTejent; i 'pie e
Holy day masses : a. m. ; :
-' r Cenfessions before till Hauei. Wednesdky, '7:30: ,p. m. Everyon famous guitarist', Jacksonville' ) 'r liialf. 'airr can show you WHY

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. welcome.- E. C. Harvey, pastor Come; one, come all to this musical J :
treat. don't
You have to miss
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trafriing Union P.M.:
\ 6:45 Lutheran Services FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH your regular meeting because -/19IE '. <

Mweek 122. E. Washington St. Corner Call. & Chris l an StreetsJ. ..a.Vote' II. .//1. .'' ' SerVice Werfnesaay, 7:30 P.M. t1 .).;! :;!i" rr' I. '7" '.'\'Tv f'r., ",, '
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services will be held Sherwood / .
Regular E. pastor J a
g. : g 7f rt /!1cfl: : ,.i i ,.., .. '" ,
Hear the MornTnfe &rtt& ever at 7:30, at tN;:). < -, w t;s:,;".ra- .
Sunday WDVH V : Sunday evening our Sunday School-10 a. m. J ;.<,< : .I'. t' f r. i ... t '
new location, 122 E. WashingtonStreet Lord's supper-ll:15 a. in. For ; !iw.tf I; { ';J' :y,. "{ .1. "t'j" 'r "-:\.'" i.. ;) r-.i.Ki ': '
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast }Ndyl3, ana '5 Stiiuf tt6.. '> ;.,
Walnut Street) ', '
y.c (
>;.'- -- '- ." I- _'_oj ___ _,_ '.,:' I. .._ ,j The Rev.near A. F. Gerbhardt, ,Preaching services-11:20: a. m L,< :P': ;f"; '' ( .. "". pas- and 7 p..m.Junior ::., U'I/L3./ .' \}, .. t.. \ :- 1
;;;: : The First Lutheran Churcl t.f..z; ", :o.q.\ ..... .. tor of t\ ;
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Choir "kf" ,
practiced p..m.. J.D.J '\. .,.. .' \\ \ <\ ;" :;: 'f ,
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of Gainesville, will conduct the Wednesday DOYLE :< ... ) ? \ I /; .. >f" .' t't.: :) ':.. :Ji!
services. Council first :' fr:Y {!'i1 4, I . Ladies meets and I ',' 'I' ,t: ; "e ,S!. 44-tv". .' tt. uy+k4 ai'
Back To School All without a homft > t. .n" f ."5tt,> r' ; i &h
Sunday persons third TUesdays 8 I'. m. I';; : ,{ '-:,), t i /x' .t ,
4 l. t:.. .,. ,. '. 'W7l
church are invited to attend.CHURCEI :Everybody. invited to all services FOR. l :'I, ., ":" "l'll', ::;r;#, "". \ 't ';.t 1' C \ ... !.,.,! W,;.'..'fMI<
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Develop Your Spiritual Life OF GOD 4 + .<" "'-.e:1 \". J, 1 ',>. ;
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Sunday School, 10 a. m..Morning BIWAY QIATILASSEMBLY COUNQLTwo 1.'L {& -. ,-.b, { "" '. '';>;
} ; "IS. s: -' ''t:; $ \ ..1I -
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Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday OF GOD f Y' ( : '" .' ., ''' :'.'''<-, .'. .. ',*,"<" ct.J';....
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Service, 7:45 m. YPE .f<: ; f.'ib,, { <' ',". .1" .-. C' 'Hoi
p. < v -# .
Evening ,.....f' ,';'4 'J'' "4 T 1. !
First Baptist Church Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m E. A. Lewis.,Pastor ( Year Term) j'..:;t8"'" .y r;,\'. '1 ;'5'.:) Of' 1': 'I&;.-: ... ..J.C' ... \, I .:J-,t1ij,. :<. ff, M.
HamptonSUNDAY 'Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m. Sunday School, 10'a: m. Morning I < tP't.' ::-<.i'. .,.' ""r t 'lit'..; y. --; -I; ,-" .:.5." .. .. ..
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LA"I'rr Worship "a:. ri..E angelis- - ._ --- .- T

SCHOOL.ii6 A:.1+t Sunday School, 10_ a. m. Morn tic Service, 7:45: p.m. Thursday' j \
.,YPE Serv- weekly prayer' service. Invitation -
Ing Worship 11 a. m.
MORNING
SERVICE 11 A.M.\
ice.Saturday 7:30: p. m. i extended to eyeryone. .
TRAINING UNION' 7 P.M.\

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To The Citizens Of 'Starke CIVIL DEFENSE WEEK 'GAME AND RE.CREATION rill a, '.o' C'G I. r
NIGHT
The American Legion Auxiliary = ,
American Legion Auxiliary : 'w Rainbow Premium _Plant Food contains differ.
Department of Florida y has. 314 will i Sponsor a'g me fete at i ent sources and kinds of nutrients that your

6'- etc.: All daring my campaign ,I have set aside the week, of Sept 15 the' home" of President Shell fa ; r ., ;e 1 i small g'fainsjieed for4W>* >

earnestly solicited your vote and for emphasis on Civil Defense.As the interest of the contest between ay v t \ 'Quite start, iiealthie r more'uniform growth .

'11d support on Sept. 10th to elect me members of Auxiliary 314 the Unit presidents of the C
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for increased yields .
Fourth Division. A small donation Better stooling
Police because I feel I must remember that .
Chief of am Starke we > :
will be asked and prizes .... N Vigorous i root develdmnent fnr efficient!.
1 qualified since I have past experience Civil Defense is not just for our will be awarded. The games will 1' ;.e feeding "

in police work sand want an neighbors, it is for EVERY, start at 8, p. m. The contest wit i I J.k'e this' pppprtopy of, ]

i. ; opportunity' to ,serve you as Chief BODY. What' coup we, the close on the fifth Sunday In soliciting your Vote and "e'Stronger stems to prevent lodging! v;", _.

a- .., J of Polite.I wives, mothers, sisters and September when the six units of Support in the City Election Heavier heads for extra bushels.-more. -
will meet at "
i Fourth Division :
the profitable yields
. have previously announced( my .platform} which, I villi daughters of a Legiohaire do if RJE. Mrs. Pauline Marshall is _( oil 1 Se p t. 1$'. .Dde to. f_..._.. _____.__."_,_ .,.

strive to carry out if elected, and I will execute the an atom bomb...shouid fall in our president of 'the Fourth Division. the -fact that .I' EVERY- INGREDIENT. RAINBOW"- .
am daily ..;; .
PURPOSE
jk SERVES A
? The safety of our
today
duties of this post without any partiality. city NEW TEACHERS \
homes, the lives of our families, Bradford County Teachers mEt; engaged iri 'o el' ting my I 5' For example?lfttrOgtntbafi fast acting.and NitOg.! Jjha t, '

I would t like to take this' opportunity to" thank each of depend on us. We hope ,that las't,Friday:at,'t p.,in. and extended business, jt ;has been. ini-_ 1 1 is slowlY -aVa'J tIe during the full {(rowujg Season. Sojpnor

you whom I have called on 'for your kindness. every member of the unit will; cordial- welcome to the possible to i- and Pk i ph6rw see each of ,
everyone"understand that teachers: Miss one J i and seed production.: Magnesium and Calcium for growth
help following new J
Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated. Civil Defense is an activity of Willie M.. Cromity and Catherine.. you personalFv. Th'efefbre! ," health and Strength.; Potassium for sturdy' Jrowth'plUS_ other*" ,

vital importance to the Nation's Johnson of Anderson Junior I hope j/pu wfll. I fet tHis J ,t I foportant; plant S. .foods- 'fo'4- ..', t._. .

YOUR FRIEND, peace and security. UeanfrJotnLiye High, Lawtey, and Vanetta l}. message., as. .a. .persojtai Tisit, 1
teacher 'r.
Holmes
.Civil D,effnse. Johnson qf "
ADULT EDUCATIONThe home economics. RJE, and Florentine from me valid give me-favOjabTe .

.. %W. C. ((BH) LAINE : re-organized adult- education. on Tuesdayeftthis classeswere for ,the, Williams.co .nty... ,, music This" 'brings specialist the.,. !! consideratJon. { -forthis'important ,t --- ". 94e,-: I '

office .
:on. l ,
week. including i '
Many \
persons! Mr"l ci,
association "UfTER N I I
Sept. 10. '
veterans, returned to resume : t..ild

Study i in various area: Courses'swill and supervisors.' X rich accountof Sincerely-' ; y ti .:.V.Ie. t: CHE.r.r. .. at ....Iw. .. ....faORATi01I....*.. ....- .. ... l

(Pd. Pot .Adv.) be offered in English, her summer visit to,Cuba was; J. D. .
science, social.studies, .which will given bv 'Mrs.. :Leona M. RoyaJ DOYLE. PLANT FOCDDIVISION J.0 NORTH WA'CkHtcA00 8 .JL i.

include "Civil Defense, music;: 'teach r.:"o'f :7th grade at RJE .

.. _.... sewing cooking and general edu- She told 'aDpnt 'the: educational (Pet'-: rot. Adv.)' s 3 i # ,
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cation, including reading, writ- system. there; \which. was. quite a :
-ing. .and arithmetic.. If enough contrast from r 0th. The' next regular !MULBERRY -- JACKSONVILLE PESACOL l.F M.

people enroll typing will be of teachers .meeting: will be -
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k ..Ln fered. We have 'qualified teachers : on Friday, N v. 1, "1 p. m. Prin- 3 -_._- t iarJes.J.J..
for all of these subjects and '<;ipal O., C." AJldersonpresident. _-- I

Vote For hope that more adults will enroll BACK TO SCHOOL, ,

.. during September. .The enrollment More than TOO happy, boys aril s' I
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fee Is :$2' for 'etch C uSe: girls re'hirned fa >school Tuesday co.'" a TIjATfS 'li !

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ih'e past'f ew'wefts,'I havfc'attettptei 'thru' r "Sunday :1.:scnool.' -- : _*9:45.. A. I. "BIll-paying by 'check is the most practical way 16 do :
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the media of newspaper radio and -personal contact to .Morning Ors l __:t .. 11:00 ilL t tII' .". -' )>usirtess. It eliminates_ the need, for, carrying cash ,

acquaint -you, th'o't iS of 'Starke, with my thoughtsfor d. : ::- f ar"ounndwithime., :Gives me "the safety,. convenience and }a_ recVd .Of ,wbat .I :fraye.spent\ Jlelpaj )
a Bigger and ] Starke, if with these II' t ; ..% t. .
ideas Better yqu agree Training Union -. =_-__--S -.--_. pS) p.M. i .me build prestige! .ahd credit standing, too. ." '
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to- JSeive ,- i To Worship "StarkeV. Youngest ;Church i I '; .i..6 RID IA Y-' l'

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ar'r.n- : FTTTYYTTYTYTI Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Anders arid Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce.: DinkTni 'ol Stx:: yugistlne i -spent weekend: guests of-Yr. and Sirs and Mrs F. C. "Richa'fds, and her Home fn Jacksonville: last r They 'were' enro ute 'nomethe 'fiom

I Bitty were "Smpp&S &'Jackson- Misses Margaret Abernathy and Labor Day weekend with Mr. Walter Wilkerson, and Mr. and her brother Frank of West Palm Saturday after spending ten, clays Morgan family rc nioa at

lAffff cm"atm-day'. and'also visited Virginii 'Sapp,''an$'
Mr. 'and 'bars 'JohhnV Jenkins.: returned< 'to Jacksonville" 'with sFriends of lif i.:Jfihn Browning, Mr. and Mrs. O..T. Phillipshad home with their1grandparents'' man. Kenneth Norman and daughter.

*j MIL'jfo/ce T. FOtck M .and Mrs. Carl HJlliarS had them arid caught 'a; buS:'for. their, will regret to'Te'arn that she' had ,. as' guests during the week for a visit. Mr. and Ifrs": R. L. Morganand Sandra 'visited his parents,

.... .', as 'guests 'du ing' the"week Kevv home m Miami: : fe be carried i 6 'Bradfdrd County Mrs.> AUce_ Jones of Theressa.II. )Ir. and:Mrs. Hubert Priest daughters attended the Morgan the Ancel Normans,,last Sunday;
." .......-..........9. Walter .Lee: ;; pastor of Heilbronn Mrs. Truman Norman was a Hosjital bh- Friday. .II. Mrs. Susie Norman Jacksonville and family had as" Sunday evening family reunion at White On Thursday they had as guests
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:t" ': ': : tri'St. Vincent's i Hospital H'Bryanl Reddash attended a Debbie of dinner guests ''and'Mrs. Springs last Sunday. their .
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Mrs. Effie Miner had as guests I Baptist) Church, Mr. and Mrs. patient: ; Miss Phillips daughter,. Mrs. Darrell Jii
f during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Earl Starling1 and family of from ThursSay' trnlfl Saturday, sales;' eeting'Cf' 'American Bait:. ...Maxville, Mi:' nd Mrs. Coleman Ernest Williams' and soft" and' "Mr.- and Mrs. Ancel Norman wards,. and' also Mr. and Mrs;:

rJ Frank Wells"anil1 'daughters of Lakeland, 'and Mr.rand Mrs. R. where she underwent surgery: clips ,Cc* i itJacksoriVille_ Sun -PhlUip's of WaMo, 'Mr. and"Mrs. Mrs. Joe 'Suinmertin and ;on .'-fLake and daughter were shopping in Guy Edwards of Uw State Farm.UMMEE1G010 .

Leesburg and Mr": and: -liis. Howard C Keene and' family of Jackson- Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mr. and day.Mrs. ,Leslie. PhiIlip-and ion 'of) 'CanaI Cily. : ; Jacksanville last Saturday and .
Miner and ville. I Mrs. Carl Prevatt and the J. C. Selma Eunice and Mrs.J. I hah, a.n ''Sit. "and.>Mrs. James 'RW.Edgar: Wiikinakm, andRew here51 dinner \ iesis-' 'of Mr. and -
family of Ja'cjc-)
sonville. : Reddish the weekend Prevatt family of Ocala, visited S. Eunice were businesS visit- Phillips and daughter of Starke. McKinney 'of Statke 'called 'Mrt. !i. "C, Edwards' and family.
'Ray spent
Mrs. Mary, Reddish is spendingthis :in Leesburg. with Jock: Grif her while r ;sire" was, In- the, hos- ors to Jacksonville .Saturd y.t.a1.wr 1 Hermfe;Kelly visited his uncle, "on Mrs. Selma Prevatt, 'this Mr.. : and JSfra. Homer' Stearnsof (IOTI. '
fis. pital. D"ay"quests s. 'ofir'add It. 1;. OTCeDyT in Pensacola this weekiTTYTTTTTTVTTYTVTTTTTYTTW1: JTavares spent the holidays. --
week Eve Godwin In .
Starke. 1\s.\ Terry Futch spent last week Mrs. Carl Prevatt were ,Mr. and weekend. .... here- with -relalivesl:
Mr. and Mrs Misses' Ester Mason and Arth-; with his uncle aid aunt: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peayy 'and fainfly, Mrs. Ida Padgett of Tallahassee Arthur Gr 'S >ehl the weekend :j
Clyde! Carter and urine Blanchard of 'Jacksonville
Mrs. Ed Mrs. A. Z. Putch. in- Quimg.! Mrs. Gara D m a1\," aftd* TiSrs. is visiting her' son' 'and with his" mother, "Mrs: Bill
Carter, and sqns'risfte3Mr. were ; I Ir
and !r! Thursday' evening dinnerguests Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapps Visitors Ernest Peavy of Ocoee,. tent the daughler-in-law, Mr. and Mri Clrefeif aM t sister, 66'nnle.. TAKE '
Mrs Nick Pope and "Mr. of 'A. M. Blanchard and I
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Mr. and of Ocala: Earlie l aiidjMrs. )MaHbrd Morgan .
and r on Sunday -were J. C. Prevatt family Padgett. andbi ) for.
Mrs. Robert Myers. in Jacksonville Miss Enza. On... Sunday.Marion. Mrs. Eddie' : Browning 'if Plant Miss Elizabeth.; Terry: :Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton 'BI Aacet 1i'.man I 'children, and Miss Betty :
on Miss Dora Carter was their r.
Sunday. ;
Lee and Randy' guest. City and her brother: Will. Barney I Joyce Futch; '' nd Ralph Futch, and family of Jacksonville,. were ..,... p.G ')[ rka of .Pineckslffr i were 'yisilfi 6 6syrnPtomanlo'tV
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home with' them Carter'att returned. vira. R. W. Sapp and daughterand of Starke. : _. with Mrs. C.-'I: 'Slttckland' Tbf weekend guests of the Frank -AA.- AAA A. -J: A1A i AAj i !>g the- :\nh ;-"!oria s' and, Irs.Florence' ; /3 i
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Annie Stevens of Jacksonville Mr. and';MrI. 'Effly Torode of Gainesville 'J. W. Terry: >f;Lake Jruce family. 1! f i J6hnson an Labor 'Pay. .
I spent some time there. Were Sunday guests of The Training union finishedup'their'sttiay .. i ; .::... ',.. .._,. .
1 Starke were' Labor>: Days -guests City, Mr. and Ylis'f"-1P.: Wyrlck, 'Mrs. George' Niblack of Jacksonville list Frt-.I., ---
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r < 'V of Mr. ana Mrs: Fred, :Moore;< Mrs Charl Carter, La f1.'Cart; visited her brother and day right-:and atthecloseof 'thelessonnjoyed"an f(TtJHE -
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: s w.l4rsa Oscar Griffis of JacksonvilleSpAl er, and Miss Mary Julia Patch of sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Theo-, cam OF STARKEft
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se >!atys ; and :Terry polls 'Reddish on Thursday. pert TheipastoroRev.AVilter Lee,
Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt. The Pre- tended the funeral of Walter Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford wes ris"6d Hvfth t
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OF ST RtE watts carried him home on Sun- Terry near Chattahoochee last ,entertained at a family dinnerat ; "of ;gifts apprecialioh-- of

day evening and after spending Friday afte'rnooii. ?Ir. 'Terry, their-home on Sunday. Outioftotarri his worlc. T has always been Hiy 'airi-

the nighithey! went'"Dayidria brother of tthe'Lkte T.; J. .Tarty; guests were' Mr. arid ,Mrs.!' Mr. and Mrs .iforrjs Carter: I.'t ? t

Our City Election T of Sept.- V 10 is to spend Labor Day. ? has visited relatives here many Ovid Denmark, Mr. and' Mrs and son returne'd hbme 1sl ; JMtfori. o.serve you in your >r. .
Miss Mary Julia Futch 'of times jfe fecent years: tloy d Denmark, Mrs. Lois Catferand''sons -, '
fast and due the Tuesday after 'spending a few Cify GoYernnierit. I
appVoachTng. ..t.. ,'.' o'to Tallahassee 'spent the 'w 'ek rld Mr. and Mrs: Bfll Zack of Daytona and Earl Denmark,+: days?in iftw Bedfordf Va. 'with I .v. would
fact here with her family. They, with were Labor Day weekend all of Jacksonville. 3Wr. 3! Mrs Who tike Co contact
that I have to work for a : Carter's parents, were' 'each one of
II', -- Miss Terry, were shopping and guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. ind. Mrs. Preston Green celebrating th'eir -50th

living it",win be Impossible. for. me visiting Mr. and'Mrs.* G. W: Durham Tanner and fanlSy.t hid' aV Labor_ Day weekend anniversary.__'; '"". :. weddingy you>> pjersphally!!! ;and answer y

in Jacksonville on Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett guests Mrs. Green's parent Mr. Shirley Edwards returned tot

to see each and every one of you s'a dayr h __ .__. and daughters visited the George, .- -- ... any questions you may want
Mr.. and Mrs. George Gaffney, Kerseys sand Mr. 'and Mrs. J. J.Si41fttt --
before Election Day. .. fr:'bf "Jacksonvth :- whir' m1 ': laf"Slarke .on Sifilrflay. ... .. ... "-'- to ask,jmt since 1 do not

ohtted to marriage at Trinity Rev. and Mrs Norman Levineof To My Friends; have time to
see everybody
| ffej! sure that!! yjpu understand my position, however, Baptist Church by .Rev. .Bob Melrose attended church atthe' **- : )H-OM. .,JJ. iIr' .. . ,
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Gray on Sattfrday'evening, .E attended :First' Baptist. Church on here are some facts you will
and will accept 'this message as a personal 'visit and services at the I First Bap- Sunday and were dinner guestsof The C/iizeirt Of tare .-

lisl Church on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. t;; t.i ". want to know: .. ?tJ
I appeal for your? vote* and support on Sept.* : 10. Two )lr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt 'and Rev Levine was guest speakerat 'if bas been my honor and pleasure fo'setrvA you on your ,6- yM

you paid* me the high honor 'of s"vyears'ao electing- me daughters' spent the weekend at the church for the day. oifeJoc! :f r more thaI' 30:pars =-ten;p ear dfn 'ttfait

H, >. -. ':-7 their-home' iii4Crystal River- ;. v Jftarhy 'Eunice- aj' student al .flnte S 'your OIrief va m otlee. *. feel that thIS experience ,, --
: to City Ctftfncfl the first WMan ever .t6 serve Miss Dottie Sue Biggs and David Middle Georgia College, Coch- qualifies serve( I 42 and have
to graduate
our ... .. me you even better fii Afe fut- am year? of age; a higi sch&ol ,
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t" 'te Sandback of St. Augustine ran is a weeks "
ure, and I pledge myself .continue fived in Starke. .lily ancestors came ,here
; in this cafca'cfty. i deeply appreciate your trust. and wire guests of Mrs. A. H. Harley visit with his parents,. Mr. and to give y bit' riy. 'always
*fc't \ \\ *>"]L', *'*' fc4r* Sr. on Monday. H* Mrs. Harold Euncie, and grandmother -- J best' effofts in the future;('as |.n the past. It will be around 1840. I am married. and the father :Of Lour;
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I have tried (b Te iJa) ou by serving as conscientiously, Freddy Dinkins who has' spent Mrs. Selma Eunice. impossible for me id see each m nd .e very "om "of yoW before children. '-

ant it waS within to the summer in Jacksonville} with 'Friends of Rev., Edgar Wilkinson -, *elution; diy, but I will appfecKtetyourvote-just Uy work, In the I past, mclajles six, years as :.Clerk 1 As- ,__

impartially, fairly, as my power 5/ff./ and Mrs. Horace Lox, and of Starke will be interested as mu'ch,:even if I did not e git i to see you personally. sistant Manager, and Manager tt the t focal A ;& JP flpotf

do so. ''If .you feel 1 that my service and record. justifies Miss, Adel Dinkins spent l ,. from to learn that he has accepted it JUST REMEMBER THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Store; four years as U. S.Tosi Office Clerk; arid 'the,

Monday until Thursday with his call ( as1 pastor for the coming FOR EXPERIENCE, AND CAST YOUR VOTE ON past 11 years in business for myself, being associated .

another term. I will l 'smcerely"1 ppreclat. -, your vote i and gifendparents, Mr, aAd' '.Mrs... -P. year at Hopeful Baptist Church SEPTEMBER 10 FOR _: t with the ,Tom Houston Peanut Co. '!
L. Dinkins. Freddy plans to at- 'near Lake City, where he has -

sup*-*t on Sept. io., tend school in Jacksonville this been preaching for several YOij1 'ft! AND SUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY'. >

year.- months., I 'I I (Ebb) TllORN1 $ 1 Of.:::.. its' APPRECIATED ,

: Troy and Buster Bennett of Mrs. Madeline Prevatt and '

RUBY B., P.$ Titusville u speni'! the weekend .. children of the State Farm, CHIEF OF POLICE Oj SINCERELY 1' :

with their -fiumf eS- ller "- spent.. Sunday with )fr. and Mrs. : $--' RRILL EDWARDS 5
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Mr. and fes.: riorace Cox and .J; B. Bradley and Willie.Griffis.. '
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Adel DmKins"of" Jackson- r. aid ivfrs. Cecil Dobbs and
Miss I. ,. I (Pd. Pol.'. Adv.)
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MAYOR ASKS FOR NEW licensed to sell. Thus a place vpTi 1 FOR # RIELECTFOR : the dinner was a sign as well repercussions from some source .

ORDINANCE REGUIAT1a'GJOOK ) : licensed to sell beer could haveno ,
as a result, of the gradual improvement were loud and long. In spite of

CLOSING HOuRs) whiskey on the premises. The of the police depart- anguished howia, however, no
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law now in. effect forbidS only ,ment ,in recent years. tickets 'were "killed", and each
Mayor W. T. Jackson ,requested ai the "consufiiptioh" of liquor i" We believe that the Improved resulted in a fine of $1, With fti
city Council to :
the pass places licensed to sell beer.1The atlifttfe of the men, as well ss exceptions. .

ordinance making' midnight the new closing rd nancepass'ed the material improvements of In other actions the new May.Or .*
deadline of :
for the closing amusement -
by the council prohibits Ute department can be directly appointed one of the depart
places' in Starke, during t. < -
the operation of pool, rooms, attributed to ,the efforts of May- ment, 6iley Sweat, assistant .po
.the regular meeting of the billiard. rooms; dance halls 'bowl v. (BILLY) or-Jaickson.. lice chief; asked the Council for
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council Tu&daf night' 'at .city' ing aheys, tor skating rinks on .1-...;:>> JACKSON Since taking office,-be has;'con- and obtained modest raises for j

hall. Sunday or i between midnight' and fimiauy sought liigher standards the entire force; 'and obtained
that there pave been '
Stating of places inth'e i 5 'an: m. on weekdays. rind better -pa'y for &e 'men. And approval from the City Council
complaints some e.
s Previously "there were no city his concern with department for the establishment of a police
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city which have been a public F .
hours statutes restricting hours" for matters has undoubtedly been a fund to be used for moraleI I
nuisance during the erfrly this type 01'establishment contributing factor in
imparting building activities. He'spent long
of the Jackson asked
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neV .-Bradford County Telegraph in-the men a sense of loyalty to hours at night riding the beat lathe
the Council to : law
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regulating the closing"pass hour of December 16, 1955 4 police work which most of them .patrol car 'and, as a result of
apparently now $&sesst Oiie of a study of,the hours worked and
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all amusement places, such as '
COUNCIL APrROVE the improvements which has the size of the job, he asked'that
poolrooms, dance !Halls, skating
'TEElll J '. MAYQKHE come about under Mayor Jackson's
SHARPER an additional man be added to
'rinks! : aid. ,b'qwling') alleys.
L\ .LIQUOR LAW guidance was the twowayradio' the force to operate the new
After discussion, the Council
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: : night c mW4nicaaoi system. two-way radio at night..
authorized City..Attorney Arch An ordinance designed .to tight* which now protects the cily.. >
Thomas. Jr.. to draw up in ordinance eh 'up ehfortemeht of the Jiquor As 'result7 'these' The result of all these measa -
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to that,effect laws in Starke was passed- Dec. : STANDS ON HIS dittoes --'atdltides vue'n w belies ures has benefiiled' Slarke in.
Bradford 'ref 'RECORD many ways:
County graph 20 V the City CouncU "wilhout the Starke Police Department to- I

October.,21, .1955 opposition. -s day joys the highest: Banding With parking meter rules enforced -

The new ,law; requested by il* figs liHd: for 'many i 'years. We litictly, 'but fairly, there

MAYOR SAYS PUBLIC IS Mayor W. T. Jackson al": the last ; i i IIJ 'lmTES'YOUR CONTINUED SUPPOIT commend such programs as the now ar| spaces'.availably in the ,
; business district for tourists and
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COOPERATING IN meeting'provides that any ta : dinner recently held and -participation .
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f PARKING METER DRIVE lishment.with a beer license may in police organizations as shoppers to parkiViolations :.

a not. .hf've"on' the' premises any aspects of a professionally inclined ire handled Impart.
"The general ublic appreciates ially. N$ one likes to a fine
beverage, other than beer.. which r. r ..,department, in keeping pay
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the need for complete en. contains than onerper t cent with -but the sting is much less .severe .
more T : / other progressive steps nowtieing
forcemeat of the parking laws of, alcohol ',by weight, and provides w.- .fBj/lyj( ) Jocfcipjifs sPlf'Jf rm i '"experfenceT'in'lStarke. *' If the one fined knows that

and 'is "cooperating Almost 100 penalties Tor violations up 1 otL Edit lfai I everyone'eUe' & fleaft. wfth/"on 'the

per cent," Mayor W. T. Jackson to >;500. k 1 '_' Badf rCOunty Telegraph came basis' :

told the *City Council-- Tuesday ."In effect" City Attorney Arch HE STANDS FOR FAIR AND IMPARTIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, '_" Y" ": ''y Detemtir r 28, 1956 There better police. protectl6a -

night..... :Thomas Jr. sad in explaining W. rr /'i.j.. If V 4t t + *" at night. ;'A '|>hone. can: nofr .

A drive was started Monday the new'ordinance, "this slmplifi HE HAS STRIVED TO 'RAISE THE STANDARDS OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT POLICE POLICIES. means thkt po'licercan be where ..,

by the police department .to en- ! force parking meter regulations. violations. If any Stark policeman t Instead of sometimes
In recent months parking .me- .find* liquor on the premises ? W'ten! Mayor Jackson took office Ifpurs: as was. the. case. .befpre.,
ter violations had been almost of a place licensed to dell bier, JIE ActIVE. 'IN'CIVIC AFFAIRS. last October' his "first official The city is ,more orderly and .
completely ignored, the Mayor then that ,is in itself a violation > > > f' 't % Vci was 'to put 'all" patrolmen '(faa qUi ter at sight, when residents

Mid but Oh taking office Jactf- of the' law. HE IS A MEMB R Ofr+ THlE Tlfef PftESBWteKlAN "CttufedH,* T&E AMERICAN \ "60'day'perldd of probation. He want'to pleep. A new ordinance 1

son asked "the public to cooper Bradford County TelegraphI&cember LEGION, STARKE LIONS CLUB, AND,STARKE CHAMB R'dfc1 COMMERCE. told' Ihein! .that'the y lied' a' 'job id iirqhibits l jook joints from .,dis-.

tie and ordered th* police, to \ SO,' 1955ESLOW t: v -. to J> n ..U .. .C- do and- if they did it well- he tufbing lie peace in the 'wee

crack, down\ ',on offenders. would cooperate. witi vein in hours of the moteing. .,

-- Bradford county ,Telesrapfi SIGNS roSTP' ;>> every way. He''added thai he expected These are Just a' few of the .
October 21>'1M' A.* ARot1SCHOOL 'qD HE IS ACTIVE IN 6fAftON NEW BUSINESSES 1 FOR STARKE AND BRADFORD ali the laws .'to. 'be enforc more obvious, results! of the fine I

NEW ,SUBDIVISIONS, COUNTY-AND ENCOURAGED THE ,ESTABLISHING; ".A-'NtEW ed' lmpartiallyehat he- was'under spirit Of 'narmbny.oo cooperation .,

MAYOR SEEKS STRONGER RADIO STAftQf) IJf.gf ARKE, obligation to iio'oae' -, and. "that' all, that exists between tie
TOOLS TO DEAL WITH Mayor W. T. Jackson calls attention .. jpersohs1should ,be treated alike. Mayor and| the police department
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tLLEGALm1SKEY totjhe Some cyni63, perhaps, thought in the performance of their jobs.

._ r- that 10 miles an hour speed.limit ,(PIt... "'1'o1..AIf... \ : -. : .. thiS 'War just ;another""speech" Perhaps; no ,other department 3 -
W. T. Jackson last signs"hat's been erected ;bn all : 'by"a anew official
Mayor '-'- . TO _ .. .. -- hoping-to makea In the city performs a more important y
streets around the school i
week requested. a new' city or- ar"abo' .. .. .. :good .public: impression, but itwasn't function than that of 'the :
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dinance to make it 'easier for "Saratoga" Heights'' janS r. r4 L: a "." "" ,1. "'l"' i. long i before it,became apparent police., They are charged With

the city to convict liquor Jaw Pinehaven subdivisions. POLICE: FORCE : who invited r aa ; that the Mayor meant
areas .were guest Policmen showing considerable keeping Jhe law and order and V.
violators and the 'City Council i Th"e accident al the school this ..1 Jp11NG'PACL: a speakers."The* -. i *' 'interest in i joinfig 'the' "State. what he said. ** protecting the lives arid wen-be-

passed a new law restricting the week well illustrates' the Ace i ? two.. ...'experienced. lawmen Peace Officers A Associalion. and During the course of .a drive ing of our citizens. It Is a eaV
hours of public t crea.Hon'loom!. for driving slowly in thit area,"' The Starke Police Department 1-- ts.atthet" --- "f'" the against Illegal parking 'p ruc- pleasure note s
'* p. ..:_ : II, wpo were lUes investigating psjibflily3. o the good Job
The liquor ordinance i would the Mayor said. If the driver ot. ,. recently ,neld a dinner-not for Deal*'.Police,,. Chief ''Kenneth', ''..Alvarez ; instltutins-a pension' planhere.. flurry( 'parking on. the' wrong side the .department is doing, and to :
prohibit licensed beer establishments the car involved had been going Y' sole 'of 4' State i4ison' the interest to 6f the street 'a large nomfeer ?
/F :u ;purpose enfiutkin"ment > .and GuardCat To .vs:-. poe. congratulkte. the Mayor, and an II
from having on .the .premises ,list the results would havebeen'tragic adrloe 'the'searetr i 5f Rickets! war! given out by fw- of t : i
/' but,to hear ffottlafd tahf ,Lams t Wainwright! : :L work and : : for ideas to the.police on their fine efforts It I ..
any beverage containingmore ezcarigeJdPas wlln'.iaw: "'engave. Ihe *men> professiona1'alaiita ,improve the police.protection for lice,' regardless of economic, so- Editorial

than one per cent alcohol -' Bradford County'195S.T Telegraph forcemeat officers :from other. on'-police, ._ frork, '!fi9i' 'the_ '.Stirkt Starke which the lien riispiayed, ciai' I. 'or political ,status of the'receiyer. 'Bradford! County TelegrapH +I :
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weeks in the Bradford County Elizabeth Pates. 4262 4th Avenue copy thereof on Theron A. Yawn,
Telegraph. South Birmingham, Alabama. Jt:.. plaintiffs attorney, whose ad :
Dated this 26th day of August You are hereby notified that a Cult dress is: P O. Drawer 91f Starke, .
1S57. for divorce, care, custody and control Florida, on or before said date, as -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) of 'minor children has been required by the laws of.Florida and
Charles A. Darby*. tiled against you in the above the: rules of- procedure. If you fail 234 N. Temple. Ave. ;' '.' J?, \r\ 'V / > Phone 166 TV
Clerk of the Circuit Court named Court and cause and you to: do so, a decree pro confesso will Servicea
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. are required 'to serve a copy of be entered against you for.the re
'your answer or pleading to the lief demanded in the
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complaint on the Plantlff's Attorney This notice shall be published 7f" STARKE, FLORIDA ? *r ".- fe f .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida once each week for four consecu
Florida MatBtenIB Title Building Jacksonville 2, tive weeks in the Bradford County '
Tie Curt Of T.. Coiiaty Judge, Florida and file the original in Telegraph.
Bradford ('...1", Florida, the office of the Clerk of the CIrcuit Witness my hand and the seal of
I. Ph..... Court on .or before the 16 day said Court at Starke Bradford --- ---
In re: Estate of Philip Martineau. of September 1937: ; otherwise the County Florida, this 27th. day of named persons be dead then his GREETINGS: You are hereby ,of Florida and the 1954 Floridrules All .Work Guaranteed ''Free Estimates
Deceased. allegations of said Complaint will August A.D. 1S57. unknown heirs, devisees legatees, notified that a 'suit in equity :has -of civil procedure. It you
T. All Creditors and P.r.... Hav- be taken as confessed by you. (Seal of the Circuit Court) grantors leinors creditors or other been brought against you and each fail to do so a Decree Pro Con Fully Equipped. Dependable
lag Claim. or llraiaada .fgalattSaid This notice shall be published Charles A. Darby, persons claiming any interest in of you, and also against Bradford fesso will be entered against you ,
Estates nce each week for four consecutive Clerk of said Circuit Court the hereinafter described property, bounty, apolitical subdivision of for the relief demanded in the .
weeks in the Bradford County Talefrspb. Ly Marian L. by through under or against ,each the State.cf "
You and each of you are hereby Crosby Deputy Clerk Florida as defendants complaint.IT AllS Makes and :ModelsSHEPHERD'S
notified and required to present 8/30 4t 9/20 1 such deceased, and Erastus O. Hill by Wray J. Finn and his wife, IS HEREBY 'ORDERED that .
any claims and demands which you, Dated this K day. of August i as trustee and Max Stearns Laza- Norma E. Finn as plaintiffs in the this order and notice shall be published .
or either of you; may have against 1957. IB TkeCireult ('.art of the Eighth' rus Mohr. and Gustav L. Mohr, as above entitled Court and cause; once each week for four r"J. .
the estate of Philip Martineau/ (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. Judicial Cirrnit.of Florida !. and i,successor trustees for the benefitof that the relief sought in said suitis consecutive weeks in the S .
ceased late of said County, to .the Clerk of the Circuit Court. for Bradford Coaatr. Caaa -rjr.j the creditors of Thomas J. Pur- to remove clouds from and quiet County' Telegraph, a newspaper 'r ,
County Judge of Bradford County By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk :Case Xo 12-S48 jrln: and their successors in trust and confirm the plaintiffs' title to published in Bradford County, Flor
Florida, at his office in the eourt 8/16 U .- 9/6 Wray J. Finn, and his wife Xorma for the' benefit of the creditors of the above described lands as an indefeasible ida and having a-general circulation RADIO &' :TVt
house of said County at Starke, -4- E. Finn Plaintiff TS. C. R. Churc the said Thomas J. Burrin. and all fee simple title thereto in said County. : ,
Florida within 'eight calendar IB The Clrralt Court Of'!' TheK.lchth hill, et. a!.. Defendants., persons claiming any Interest -in against the claims of you and WITNESS my hand as Clerk of t
months from the time of the first / Judicial Circuit of Florida; ORDER'' OF PUBLICATION AXD the property hereinafter 'described each of you; and you are hereby the said Circuit Court of Bradford
publication of this notice. Each I. .t." For .Bradford Cv..t,... IB NOTICE TO DEFEND by through under against themor summoned,.ordered and required to County. Florida and the seal of -
Claim or demand shall be' in -writIng Chaser ry. IB The Xawe of the State of Flori either of hem in or to the following file your written answer or defen'st'S said Court at Starke, Bradford INMAN D. GREEN; Owner .
and shall state the place of res. Case Xo. 18-358 da. Tel. lands situate in Bradford to the Complaint in' said County, Florida .on .the 22nd day
idence and post office address of Ora Catherine Tapley. Plaintiff vs The Florida Land and Immigra- Conntyi Florida, to-wit: cause in the office of the under- of August. A.D. 19S7. .
the claimant, and shall be sworn Phillip R. Tapley. Defendant. tion Company, a corporation.'Thom 'Lots sixty-one (SI) and sixty-two signed Clerk of said' Court at (Circuit Court Seal) TV 'Radio I Seat .Covera Upholstering
to by the claimant, his agent or ORDER OP BLICAT10.V AND as Dixon. Elizabeth Dixon Thomas (62) of Woedlawn according to Starke, Bradford County Florida Charles A. Darby -- -
attorney and any such claim or OTICE TO DEFEND J Burrin Janette E. Burrin Lillian the plat thereof recorded In the on or before the 30th day of September Clerk -of the Circuit Court of t
demand not so filed shall be void. IB Theme of the Stale of Florida \V. Foss. James Public Records of Bradford County ; '1957, and to serve' a copy BradfordCouhty: ;-Florida. Phone 239 'Stkrke, FIa.
IL Foss C. IL Florida in Plat Book 1, Page .thereof on Theron A. _
Margaret\ MarJIneau, as executor iTo Churchill ,. Yawn Jr. Theron A. Yawn, Jr., Attorney for '
of the Last Will.and Testa. Phillip R. Alexander Kelley Daniel 17, said lands being situate 'plaintiffs' attorney whose addressis Plaintiffs.P..0..Drawer '791, : : '
Tapley 4125
i_ ment of Philip Martineau, dt- minister Place, St. Louis. Missouri West 0. Taber. and Mrs. D. O. Taber. if Section 13, Township S South [ : Starke. Florid, on or'. before Starke Florida.. _ I
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