Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03445
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-r Edwards Seeks Recount; Fence Causes House Fire Shooting

:' ; r Council Clash ,

!Johns Council DefendMerrill

& p 11 'y A momentary clash between Plague Shine Witness

I I them in, the case. Councilmen I. E. Clark and W H.

Edwards, edged Thomas explained to the Council Billy) Noegel over the disposi- w
two votes in last I Tuesday night that the city tion of a' fence at the new city
clerk race this week dump sparked an otherwise Federal Probe Incidents
will re: involved because the election quiet GRAND JURY Agents ;
attorney MacK Futch meeting as the City Council near-
was held under their juris-
: structions to proceed diction. ed the end of another year's busi-- TO RECEIVE Victim's Testimony Called 'Important'Tragedy'and

4; fight to obtain a recount "The Council has no alterna- ness.Clark
:' ballots. asked that the Council SHINE CASES violence flared in Bradford last
tive, but to back up the people up
r Lennard Register, and City Clerk Carl Johns, they have appointed Thomas take 'action in seeking the returnof E\idence in Bradford week 'to plague one of the government's principal witnesses
Tornadoes football coaches Jim Temple, lof the race, and the 'City the gate and part of a fence
David Hurse seem pl..awith results of the'r! annual "soap opera" cil, both of whom will be slid. which he' said was taken illegally County's moonshine cases, in the pending _cases against several persons charged with
Thomas said that if Edwards by the former' owners when the moonshine operations.The .
under the lights at Bradford field List Friday as defendants in the In \vhirh 11 persons Including -
scrimmage, played wins his bid for a court order fora the L. Patterson of Junction
city bought property.Noegel victim Robert Hampton
Admission to the preview game was "one bar of soap, preferably Edwards files, also a deputy sheriff are already -
nifht exieeded expectations. "One thing torneys to look after. recount the' counting will countered that the city under bond, will hflprt"St'Otf'd is under subpoena to appear before the federal grand jury

large" and public response this remarked terests in the case.Johns' probably be conducted on the had no legal claim to the gate be- to the federal next week to-testify in the moonshine cases.
sure, we ought to have a sweet smelling team jear is A. spot before the judge. Thomas cause it was not listed -in the grand jury in Jacksonville The tragedy struck at 2 o'clock

the coaches as they hoisted the weighty box. kins of Gainesville attorney and said he expected the case to pro- contract for the purchase of the next week U. S. Assistant last Thursday morning when able that the grand jury will b.

ceed without delay and be disposed property. District Attorney E. Coleman house in given the evidence concerning:
Patterson's four room
Council authorized City of within a short time, "It's only right that somebody I Madsden said Wednes these incidents to sift as well
Presses AnnexationTo A. J. Thomas Jr. to the woods, between Hampton I
Kingsley Group ney possibly:: before the next Coun- put the fence back," Clark said, I day.The Junction and Hampton Lake was as the evidence concerning the

cil meeting. because it wasn't\ in the original grand jury will convene I destroyed by fire, with the seven moonshine, he said.
Election Recount agreement that the owners should Wednesday and be in : Madsden noted that there is

Bradford; Tackles Bus ProblemOrganized Provision Asked Legion Member keep itThe ;. session Wednesday Thursday occupants The violence lucky to took escape.place at a penalty for anyone interfering

matter was, dropped when and Friday, Sept. '25- with or intimidating a witness
efforts to obtain i transportation for their chil- Drive StartedStarke Councilman 'T. C. (Cliff) HazenJr. 26-27. The grand jury may 9:30: Friday night when someone I! in a federal case. '

dren to Starke schools was sfc:arted by a group of Kingsley City A of new Starke provision election in American Legion Post said that because it was not return a bill in some of the driving shot at on Patterson SR 100'about aa he four was I: Patterson said he was com
clear whether not the had cases on Friday,
or though
Lake parents meeting in the Community State Bank Mon3n designed to prevent 5Q this week kicked off its 1958 city miles south of Starke. pletely "cleaned out" by the
legal claim to the gate and fenceit they may wait awhile longer -
also started into the possi- sive court battles in membership drive striving to top fire. He and his wife and four
with investigate(
day night an would be "best to forget it.!' Madsden said. Federal agents over, the week-
annexed to Bradford County. event of close elections its present enrollment of 256, post small children are now living in
bility of the section becoming ;i In other action, the Council The evidence in all of the end launched an investigation to
recommended to the commander Guy Andrews an- a one room apartment behind, the
A committee headed by Stan- expressed satisfaction with the cases even those in which determine if someone were at-
attend Bradford schools but Council Friday by nounced. fruit stand at Hampton Junction
ley Noegel was elected to carry that they could not abandon Hardy, chief inspector Plans for the drive will be discussed handling of the stray dog problemby warrants have been issued, tempting to intimidate a witnessin which he formerly operated.The .
through the investigations. Others their decision not to transport last week's election. at the next post meeting dogcatcher Russell Honsby after will be considered by the a federal case.
Noegel reported on his ivnesti- grand jury. In federal court Patterson indicated flames were already In
that he
on the committee are Maj. them. Hardy proposed that Tuesday, Sept. 24. The meetingwill
gation of the situation. felony case must bepresented the bedroom when they were
Harry Hatcher, Mrs. John Ste- laws provide for an begin at 8 pm. and all veterans little doubt that this was
The Bradford Board had passed to the jury. discovered by Mrs. Patterson'smother
and L. H. Harper. iate recount of the are urged to attend. A Noegel reported that it cost the grand the case. '
phens the resolution to this effect city $105 a month? for the last In cases in which no warrants think who was visiting them at
I in the event the program and refreshments will "They I'll run, he
The immediate goal of the before: the Clay Board had taken follow three months for the have been issued, the the time. The occupants barely
I difference between any the business meeting. dog catching stated, "but I will be here to
committee is to work out arrangements .. returns of the grand jury onlya
the matter.W. to saving
action on I opponents is a certain Veterans who have service."I see the end of this." had time escape
for obtaining a bus Powell said that if service will not be released until of chairs and the clothes
think: couple
dilemma percentage. Hardy ,did during the following dates are eli- ( that's very inexpensive U. S. Assistant District At-
to relieve the transportation Bradford reopened the case "we specify the percentage gible for membership in the Amer- ," Hazen remarked. the person charged has been torney E. Coleman Madsden on their backs.Patterson .
in served with a warrant. said
in which thestudents the re would be fighting to bring about would recommend, but ican Legion: World War I, April Noegel recommended that all The federal court term Wednesday that the investigations said he does not
the area were put by the very thing we don't want." tioned low figures such 6, 1917 to Nov. 11, 1918; World dogs leaving the pound, whether had know how the fire started or if
will begin on :Nov. 12 when not proceeded far
cent injuctlon of the Clay County Powell noted per cent or a half of 1 War II, Dec. 7, 1941 to any evidence has been found to
the sold
that money Sept. 2, or picked up by owners, be
Bradford 1947 the<< of trials will enough for him to make any
School Board against spent for school buses to trans- cent. The exact Korean War, June 25, 1950 vaccinated at the expense of the be set. comment on them. It is indicate it was purposely set. The
buses picking up any more would be left to to June 27, 1953.C9uncil prob-
port these students i* local funds up person picking them up. numerous' antmal and children'stracks

of these children. which should be spent on Brad- Council if and when Mayor W. T. Jackson proposedthat Study Sanitation around the house'made it

The Committee is also studyingthe ford students. dinance Council was adopted.The members. Receives the Council consider a pro impossible to identify any otters

steps necessary for the King "Financially, there is no profit ject of moving the jail to a new he said.
I dicated approval of the
ley Lake section to be annexedto I in it for us," Morgan commented posal, but deferred' Sewer OutlineA site., but the matter was postponed Indonesians Patterson said the shot wa4
Bradford County. This stepIs until after the new Council Visit Bradford County
"It is just a. matter, of until a later Council master: plan fired at him Friday night from
of the
seen as a permanent solution, city of takes, over.
helping the people involved. ing. Starke's another car pulled up
to the issue. sewer system proposing The ,Council State _
approved I along side as he was drivingdovit
Sen. CharleyJohns, Rep.- Doyle. .. a for network to be used as a guide' .Road.Dept>utility! ,agreement providing the road. The bullet yent

Conner and School Supt.' Har future expansion.wa. ..submitted ."for _the necessary movingof ia front of him he 'said piercingthe
to the Council Tuesday utility lines when' thecon- -' :T:
mon Morgan were special guestsat glass air vent on the doorat
the meeting attended by an Mrs. night by the Reynolds, Smith and struction work on north U. S. 301 his side.
Hill engineering firm. k
estimated 50-6,0 people. The I_ The vent was taken out of
project was The present' Council will hold
One of the first actions of by the car by federal agents and
Smith the council, in February when the :its final meeting at 6:30: p.m. on
the group was to ask the Brad- .. Council began considering plan- i Oct. 1. to clear up all old bills taken to Jacksonville for exami!

:' ford County School Board to go '- 1 -- '-i.w ning for sewer extension on northU. and business before members nation.
into court to try to remove the Named ::. S. 301. Randal Chitty and J. D. Doyle -w-- A Patterson said he thought the

Injuctiun placed on them by the The plan as take their seats at 7 p.m. F f' shot was fired from a pistol, but
con- ; $
Clay Board prohibiting them jd, sists of a 20 page booklet consisting The Oct. 1 meeting will be a : $ i could not be sure. When the

from picking up the Clay Coun- WomanOf of graphs and text anda reorganization session in which y shot was fired he jammed on

ty children. 6)I number of the chairman is elected and policemen brakes he said, pulling toward

The Bradford Board called into L Several maps. a bond trustee and city attorney the side of the road then gave

a special meeting by Morgan A. total of $95,000 projects were! recommended costing a-.1 are appointed. chase to the other car but coulA

Tuesday refusied to reopen the I to be accomplished not catch itPatterson
now in
issue on the grounds that such a could make no comment -
The preparation for Tornadoes
any addition to
move be fruitless, because the the concerning, the testimonyhe
system and to take
.care of lL
Bradford Board in the face of the present population. ? has or who he will testify

the state law, had no chance of Year These against, but Madsden verified
projects include Season ...
winning.The cleaning of the 12 inch line the TonightThe ..... -- that Patterson is an "important

members noted that the street and Madison from'Water Indonesian, health officials, Soebagio- Reksosoebroto (left) and witness"* in the case.

law gives each county the con- :Mrs. Junius Smith, who with I Mrs. Junius to the sewage treatment' street plant Bradford High Tornadoes, Enjang Soebarna visit Starke's sewage disposal plant with County Patterson has lived in Bradford

trol over school transportation her husband operates and owns'I sion of If after this cleaning the flow in with a taste of the gridiron in Sanitarian Jack Trawick in their practical training, program in Brad- County for about a year

;, in its boundaries unless an agreement the Starke Laundry and Dry the Bradford the line has not improved then their system from a scrimmagegame ford Count The hats they are wearing are called Pitjis. In Indonesia ,. and a half, moving here from
is in exlstt'nceith other Cleaners, last week was named school problem last a new 15 inch Worth County, Ga., On various
relief line from last week, were keyed up they are worn when in the presence of prominent people and
counties. All agreements between "Woman of the Year1' by the Smith was a member of Call to walnut street this week to enter I occasions during that time ha
should be the new sea- when away from their native country Indonesians wear them on various -
Clay and Bradford Conuties on Starke Business and Profes- zens Committee for installed, the has operated the fruit stand at
report said. In this son against Macclenny tonight
occasions to themselves Indonesians.Two .
this issue have' been abolished. sional Women's Club.In Schools which tackled same network a new parallel relief (Friday). distinguish as the junction. His wife, who is

; Thornton Jonns remarKed that recognition of her new title ation. line from Walnut street to Coach Lennard Register said also under sutpeona, is employed;

I I Bradford Board would appear to Mrs. Smith will be honored by She baa participated in the disposal plant 'is 'recommended. that the boya are looking for a health officials from the to that of a sanitarian. in a Gainesville restaurant.

be 'running the busines" of Clay the BPW Club at a dinner next every polio drive This construction would take victory to start the season with, Pacific nation of Indonesia last Endjang, 29, is Sanitary In- Sheriff P. D. Reddish appar

County if it tried to remove the Thursday, sept. 26, in the Gar- Starke in recent years, 2.200 feet of 15 inch pipe, 900 but could not predict how tougha week made Bradford County the spector'of the Ministry of ently is leaving the investigation .

injuction so that Bradford buses den Restaurant. The naming of as dance chairman for feet of 18 inch pipe and 12 manholes time they will: have gaining it laboratory from which they will Health, Djakara and also is a of the matter to the federal

could again pick up Clay Stu- Woman of the Year" and the years, and has held and' would cost about because he knows very little center their study of sanitation graduate of the School of Public agents. The sheriff talked to
American Red 28000. methods while on a year's tour Health Controllers.The Patterson Saturday afternoon
dents. dinner are highlights of the local in the about the Macclenny team.
All of the members expresseda observance -of National Business ter for the past 15 years, A second immediate project The Bradford team appears to of study in the United States. men are studying undera ::1.but is not continuing an investi

desire for the Clay students to Woman's Week. as Fund Chairman four recommended is the, constructionof be in shape for a good season The two young men, Endjang project designed give key gation. He would make no comment
the In she has 10 the schedule lies Soetarna and Soebagio Redsose- health, personnel a broad know- about the case
:Mrs. Smith was chosen for pst years a new \inch parrallel relief though tough I J
WRGR To Air honor because of her outstanding as president of the PTA line from Lafayette to Ed- ahead. Thirteen lettermen will be obroto, are also fast becoming ledge of their field which can be .

GamesA achievements and interestsin its reorganization period wards Road and a 12 inch parallel on band to ,provide the core of informal ambassadors among used to better integrate rural Stephens Places -

Football phases of civic and busi- 48 and at the same line from Edwards Road to the team. Bradford Qountians, making public health'services in Indon-
many High In National
friends for Indonesia wherever
esia. The present system of
play-by-play account of the ness life. president of the Tourist the plant This project would
take 1,600 feet of 10 inch they go.The many institutes, ,each trainingsome Rifle Competition
Bradford High Torn does game ""She is' always taking a hold :Mrs. Smith served. as pipe, New Charges Placed ,
with Macclenny will be broadcastover and accomplishing whatever is dent of the Woman's 550 feet of 12 inch pipe and five pair arrived in Starke speciality, does not provide I I
radio station WRGR Friday resigning manholes and cost about 15000. Against Lawtey YouthA from Washington, D. C on Sun- systematic and ,efficient health 1 CWO John C. Stephens of
to be :Miss Florence Jennings in
night, manager Sam Zack said done "New sewer work to be con- day, Sept. 8, and have since been services to rural areas the men : Starke National Guard Co. C returned -
this week and plans have been I president of the club the pressure of structed along U. S. 301 North Lawtey youth who is already observing practical sanitation said. I I j I this week from the Na-
said. "In selecting her as the Wo- laundry. Mrs. Smith is awaiting trial on charges of pro- techniques with County Sanitar- tional Rifle matches at Camp
made to broadcast most of the from the city limits to the existing A major objective of the pro-
out of tows fanes ,a d at least man' of the Year the membersof of the business end of manholes just south of fanity and destroying propertywas ian Jack Tarwick. On Thursday ject will be the establishment of i I Perry, Ohio as top scorer on the
the cjub considered her tOObest ation while her husband arrested this week on a they entered the University ot I! 10-man Florida team.
games during
the first two home Georgia street consists of approximately a Rural Health Administration
all-around business woman the production side. charge of assault and battery on Florida where they will audit In the matches conducted from
the &
season. 2,600 feet of inch I Project in Bekasi. West Java,
The play-by-play activity 'will and the woman who has done 'The work is oipe, approximately 500 feet of 10 a woman. courses on sanitation, but even which will be administered from Aug, '25 through Sept 10, Stephens
for the community during The youth, Johnny Bates, was won 12th place in the expert .
said. their 16-week the
more Mrs. Smith during stay at
be broadcast by Zack with Harry Inch pipe 14 manholes and one a Model Health Center. On his
accused of Mae
Rabb, insurance agent supplying the .year,/' I I interesting; business in lift station and should cost approXimately Starling in striking an Mrs. Rosa in Law- University they will call Starke return to Indonesia, Soebagio reserve class in the match
: argument rifle match while the Florida
the color descriptions. "Mrs. Smith is known for her and takes 'in all, phases; $26.000," the report tey. His bond was set at $300. their home returning two or will work as. a teacher in the i team placed fifth in the sharp

Zack said that the station has public spirit and her varied interests ness activities. aid.The Bates pleaded not guilty to the three days a week for practical, Model Center. Personnel of this shooter match. The average number

already made .arrangements to I in,all phases of civic activities Mrs. Smith took over extension of the sewer previous charges and the case on-the-job training. center will spread an under- of competitors in each match

broadcast all out' of town games I which work toward the plete management of system to the city limits on U. was ,'set for trial in the October Endang and Soebagio are standing 'of the principles of was 1200 to 1585 ,men.

except Green Cove, with negota- betterment of the city," Mrs. plant in 1948 while :Mr. S. 301 will require a new parallel term of County Court. studying in the United States public health by teaching as wellas I! On his return Stephens announced

J tions still underway for the con-[ Mildred Doyle, publicity chairman was serving as conductor relief lines and rehabilitation of under grants in the International demonstrating in the field plans to strive for more

". test.School f for the club commented.Mrs. railroad a position which the lift station. a project cost- Drivers' Licenses Cooperation Administration pro- the operations of a rural health emphasis on marksmanship in
officials granted the station Smith is a native oftarke for 43 years. Mr. Smith ing about $26.000. gram. They will stay in the U. service. .Co. C by organizing and coachinga

:, permission to broadcast the 'graduating from Brad- to help with the operation The remainder of the new relief County Judge T. A. Yawn said S. a year, studying and observing Endjang, on return to Indon- company rifle team. Organization -

first two home games with per ford High School and attending plant when he retired lines in the plan would cost this waek that motorists can sanitation methods to obtain esia will be assigned to the Division is to begin this week.

mission on other games withheld Florida State College for Wo- railroad in 1955. about million dollars. the report purchase driver's licenses during I practical 'experience in the' organization -, of Hygiene and Sanitation During the first three days of
see if the of the his
to airing games stay at Camp Perry, Stephens
men. Mrs. Smith says she said but: any part of the master the noon hour as well as at other and operation of rural with .the primary duties in the
has any effect on attend I attended the advanced marksmanship -
.1 ance. She has always taken a keen ly enjoys participating Dlan may be constructed as fundsare times during the day A clerk is I i health programs with stress on Rural Health Service. school conducted by

interest in community affairs in business and civic available providing the par- on duty to sell licenses from 'the integration of rural health The men said they have been Army instructors from Ft Ben--
she also takes keen ticular lines constructed are 8:30 a. m. until 5 p. m. includingthe organizations.,
of C. Starke. actively participating greatly impressed by the hospitality ning, Ga. On completion of the
C. MeetingThe club and committee work. recreational activities checked and the existing system noon hour. Soebagio .33, is Health Controller shown them while in course he was certified by the

Board of Directors At the present time she Is in?, fishing and dancing is not overloaded, by the ad A special,desk has been set up ,.with the Institute. -of Peo Bradford County and wanted to Army as an instructor: of marksmanship

nresldent of the BHS Band Parents her favorites. She also dition. in the front hall, of the court pIe's Diseases, of ; -Jogjakarta. express their appreciation for ,

Assn., treasurer of the read, play bridge and The Council plans to Invite a house for the sale of licenses. Java. He is graduate of the this kindness and friendship."We Stephens won the stats rifle

nomjjjjtteejbereceied TTo nital Auxilinrv"' and Finance with people. representative of the engineeringfirm Persons:buying licenses roust turn School of Public'Health, Controllers will call Starke our home championship both last year and

of the Woman's Club Her participation In to a future meeting explain i Za their old' one before a new in Djakarta and has j the ,while we are In ,the UnitedState.M this rear in the Taliaferro, Trophy
During the study and discus- (Continued on Page : the master plan further/ license t will be. issued.. general background equivalent they said. ---' and Individual rifle. match.T .

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.........................1 r........................ r..f..h- trap here at the house, trying, to death of her mother.Mr. Church, Jacksonville Beach. We

editorial : --.-- = 1J1 ii's' Ql fr a catclirsome of, Sidney, Harris' and Mrs..Charlea.' ,Corbett have "had,Jjhe pastor of this
/l CLAY .P.lLh hggs, fpr 1im! as he doe very and family of Sou .Carolina attended church, preach for .us several

Dr Sam is tl f l; t a P1' I 'ye.,r. lie, started to crawl_ in -jhetigp the funeral of Ruth's times.. at. Clay. ,Hill, so our...pastor
; 'cQap c j bl aka. 4" L. 8tJi 1 1t fM 't 4q! to make ,an a justnjpt ;\- grandmother, Gertie ; Faircloth, t ttw {
to return the .( r
tlay boati's fnjunti9n _. .v *< r-, 4 u If .t; \ tf ,.., n \, It i,put his hand_ on the treacjl returning home Sunday. "vOld' .
t ; !& A Sunday School ,sup tiftUadent,
production of. th desiredjn at t. <4if the. trip iill type animal by selective breeding Funeral Services Held door fell- on his foot! of Clay Hill spent the Barney Thomas; alaq went )'1 \ting -
Hurts No One But Students with the W, D. Jonta
In tothec :words/ ifhe con For, Mrs. .GerFie. Faircloth If his wife had not been weekend with her parents the pastor.
,.......r timwa to bofcd.gUUt that _arja ..Mrs.GertieFaiccloth: _passed pre- Ceif Godwins, at Maxville. of Green Cote preached,, fqr. .'#s
sent, to in the
,The ,!injunction!!!; 4 !ille4...i by jt **the.** Clay County! longer J ually get_,and a- deePer meat,type hfr wM strain.grad. a zjpn-Tuesday? Sept i&jn st. nf help!.trying him, it get is, hard, to way say The sons. of Mr.' fend Mrs. were Sunday back morning with ,us and Sunday that .J Lanes&ht.

School Board prohibiting Bradford County Schoo\\ S. Vincent's, Hospital, Jackson' how long he would have been Richard Lang, Walter, Earl, Rev., Percy Knight preachedfor
buses from. transporting Clayt l ,County children. ... .. .. h ss vile_ rafter. being_ in ilj) "fiealth there. with his foot caught undera Gene, Clarence and Bill and his us last Saturday night and
feel l, eq vj, at least T H tOjibring; ,!ut, more clearly: the.M ,Hog raisers, will have; to; do for some tim,-. according to the
something pack- loved all and
by was a.good
t funeral of their aunt, Gertie
vfeffwunts of both of the opposing Boards pounds or more. licensed< preacher
JJ] a
Although this is theregular- era, who say that 1n.thelast 10 kaki -neighbor. We wm,greatly Fair loth,
the issue. It had beenn. taking Jim and last Friday from Lawtey. On Sept 28 we will
berry. setting time, from what} Years pork conaumptiou has."fallen miss her in.the community, as.
'i 't(' I4 1 while Bessie both tp raise this door John Wilkinson of Jacksonville have C. E. Wilkinson as speakf,
10 beef
? we. hear there have been very per cent eating all church services.Qertie .
By rfus\nS to. .sw'i 1 doors Jp i th Ctilt9f third.i well as .! A most of. the. time, ,but Bessie visited his sister. Mrs. Fred and on Oct., 5 }fr. Robinson.
jj foi p f kj.i nvk< few putout so ar..peeIGtlf} ha.sI. pOrt up 68 old at the "
1 < -f ** -f -s f* was years didn't how shwas services
just strong Lang at Clay Hill last Sunday and enjoy these
these .stud J1tw kqe Ur dford Board showed t that for, instance, has, set,>out, sQme, .,Not.:,o.Q.) ago c ,,,5 driver 1'9Jff time -of her death*. being born 'on Come
c until she raw 'Jim caught The Clay Hill PTA held their with It seems that we are
it reluetant.to undue to-these us.
was cause hardship and Jim Conner hasp s.ct.out some the hjghwax! in ..irgntour "alwaysbeei
9 he ,has
? lUl1E; 19, }? $ much
; and unable to turn or move first meeting of the new school only church near or' ,far prqb-
students even though they were not legal resi- to eat but hey are the only kjajbcjte d .- and
... glaceyand! 3dow:\ a Qorp.er hjjrd worker. was
& ) a either rushed to
: in way. She the year Tuesday night of last week. ably the only one ,in the. state
dents 1Q.t tJf} coiinty M.. prdejrjngt; these doors, ones we've heard. of. po&l Iof oue 'fen9,.lWeivreatta I member of the Baptist
dcY... .. door and lifted it high, enough We missed our pastor and that has preaching: on Saturday
the responsible
1\t"Itl l !g. 1 1aY' 9p'fP agajn> pursued\ } .%its poU Y'R{ J .' feUow/;-ho'ponft was ; Church.. ... .J ,-. fpr him ,to remove his fpot then. family, the Harvey Lanes at night. We are proud that we are
It will be interesting, to show and fea..si4.:, wqrrj.: ,1.1'\1\
attempting to force these students to attends M he leaves three children! ,: her .strength. left her and! she Clay Hill Sunday morning. They offering a place for people to
ho l in .fal! county_ no matter, how much in- the news, Dixieland berry Several pay the damage. So we sent a Buddie,.,}<'.ilkinsonof.fHugb.: Mrs.. learned, again that she. isr\'t Super were: attending homecoming services go on Saturday night and stay
bill l aterward
not -
it caused. or Row much econventence did notwant comes out this year. $ ,fob; ajid ,}Jongj ad- Iff pp. .Jigen$ of Clay Jf\U\ ,.. andMr Man or even Super Woman.Jim's : at. .Atlantic.: .EQUlevarq, out 9t mischief,. r -.,
300 insurance
have set out ,' got ,frpman. ,
berry .
grr wets. -
? late Sowens.of Jacksonville !- fpot pained him! greatly,
to. of the Dixieland plants, but so"far juste(,,: twc. ,pa {e fqrm tq ,f0\\ ,- .
;j itJ t/, -14 i- ,'a .iu;! a? :JI"> j 1':1..1'M': bide ; four grandchildren ang and turned blue across the ball .
'It is'clear that the Clay Count .Board,.. instead. .. c : \it, is too' early to-tell much out, .spdargqugat. Brent for contractors: Ltwo six great grandchildren: ; three of ,the foot Two toes were more PROTECT DRIVER'S S license S
about\ them. ThevaiietjLJs. S.UDT from two d: 'Riciiard and-Fred your
ftL being interested in .the..w.e1fare of the. Student brother*, Lang than, blue they were almost
posed to- bip- to fix up thejCorner; push Well Hill"and i3 of
clay Lang
of, 9f" black Ilcthe foot is sore .. ,
i interested in''them.onjy so fat a$they duce ,fruit of ,good shipping,.qual it made UA njaoXjbfcause had -
will Board freezing. nothing do. .all with.they Jacksonville.N ___ A. .. across the ball l. yet.. BUY
benefit .the financially Jhejnjunp- ity, and is excellent for : J..a.. ; !!
yqrjpnjl\ / se J1 ices .jvere held.! We have some good advice to .. .
tet in theircampaign ofpiajyng.atteijijaijce wreck aad w.e. weren't abput tq ...
tiofl! ..wai.tle.} ? ste'p i? Friday afternoon at, 3,o'clockipthe { }z..af ..xjtj/ ,;
atjBrad!ord County. Schools as Elsewngre. on the tanning_ spend? a JoUot-iime filling out ,Long ,,Branch! ) aptl/jt Church $ivllen you set a trap, besureyou LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE, ,
forms and getting BIDS for rf *: stay clear of it,' for no.
(fficujt {ppwipje; for the stfudepts, in the'hope< thei some, ,cplds "ftev fchjsm Rev.
$ ., ? scene late;- ing tgpce post S.o \Vet wrote! wjth 1 \., George; : one might be close enough to release .
that, they..vvill get .disco ea.and'atten Clay and ,mustard in production, and qoeu! and Rev. W. r. .1,' '
a$ and", Defused.*to do it, atd told a !'yy.\ Lanes! )-- .* :, D. you.-Jim says he has learn ''' ; '( "I" "
County schools despite theajr wishes to, the con- some half-grown; "'p ?eas. Looks theni that-we-wanted ,the \nsucance. :, Jqnes officiating. Burial- was. in edgood .lessnn,.from.this epi No Member ip Fee 6. .luG.. Policies,
trary. like ,so many!! farmery' have lost* company.tfl .cxunali5 thefence the Long Branch Cemetery -under fode, and.. he doesn't think, hewill
on fall cropa here that, they:are, and in the meantime, .we the direction. of Key-McCabe forget it real soon._
ib i heir cn9ri ,,which i they .i intendto aboutlosing ? Funeral Home
apparently I
I.' ? were.ht04ing.i th.tmesI9sibJ} ; !four Mrs. Frank .Herndon of Highland *** "*

spite "the Bradford ,Cppnfy Boa dt.the.,| .Clay any more* *money# ., that way... coji'3 g9t PuJ ontyi, .. hifl 1!:: Jijn Strickland cooked at "the.. Clay.. Hillchool DOYLE E. CORNER 4ENCt i(
County*Board.hurts..no one except the students raisers 1!" in, Bra' -fold. wa ..By return -jnaU.lveg9t\ a.n!. .Caught;: In Trap cafeteria! while" rene. 'Pad-
and parents involved. St9ck 4 better 1 3( care Of answer {'Ilear.Sam) : Here'a your .\Monday. .of! l las tt., wek l Jiui ;ett l has! been. .unable; tq .do her, I 136 W, ,Call I St t:eet, ._ .rhQPJ.2#.
1 "J'cf.l.s15ld!; . ., ..,
Jf,t ne, uji t y. were ja -tually )nterasted.in > a. '. : S .. ..... ..,.;. ...'.ne .n ., .j
used tOrr.iccordp! tp rc J.o1
the- welfare of.ie. .. a{\ude( ti!is crrt seems.. For instance! George j Hugifts .. -

that they, would make sno'. .arrangements tq, said that] he: ,shoePrdereQ rpQworming .

have them transported the short distance ,.to. medicine and, other ,... .
StaFke, instead of insisting .pjp dragging themon slock remedies this yeart thaij, t :'.' j.: n.-" d
the long haul to Green Cove Springs. be has in the whole fiy'y'e ro ''. 'd Ta +
"'." "r rot ..i.iWe'll .> he. has .teen county: agW ", .I here.! .. {,,,,,: ._ .. 'It "
; "" M
.- bat. that i if .many.9 f the-students jL! the Better stock .a. fencing progWfl: ,. "

Bjgn&njj-Kingsley Lake area ,wen not children bj ,Ue.r breeding, and. imprpved! appy-i -

'v-iCF der, t e 1Jl.P1?y.??" the Clay County Board paturcsr have investment added up ,to and a.ipiich .,. >
would not tcop erh. themselves-nearly so much incest t
A'A evidence! lgo1c/'at the case of the Clay Hill the* growers protect and other '.. .' .
T worming
s t urlgn.fSj, ,TJie} ("lay polity! Board, without he i.t i. njent practices.by .)0. ,."

t tioplJnaclg< !, arrangements} to'.furnish\ the transnortatioja. .e -% your I

foe these stq .ents:.. 6 ;Baldwin ,ScKools.r ; : .The attempt to raise* pigs; in .. .._ t
in .Duval County. But, thcXhy Hill students ar.. an. incubator.-haa.beefLltbandoii:. = Ilip.riie

net federal impact children. ed temporarily,:wer.learne} t4his!!i .' '
I. Y' Pn! j week. In this scheme the piewere ',
It otid seem.4thtttle} actions of the Clay weaned in a few-days-and: p1ies ;
Board taken ( taught to.drink. raik from row*
were ojtp tits flra'!ford; ,
Board or. ta gain .funds which they would of nursing bottles .(they even t : ;
had a recording made of a Bow I .
eeeaive with the attendance. of these federal i impact i-
children or calling\ the \piss,.tojdjnnc.t. M I y .5..
*! i-4 r' .J.'t, 'both.. played it tq encourage t1e .pig!; WitH : 1
J lllis ,
J ,The Bradford Board on the .other. hand, has too nurse from, the.bpttlea\ } } z .,,..v1M, t
shown Trouble was that., .they f gyldi\ }' ..
that its act'ions! armoiltated, .by ,a ,concern find\ a, .feed t that was as good\ a 9.I kcolorful t
for the students.t ; The Board certainly! !' receives the sow's milk. S ,, c I

i ,. |11",0 :'financial' !} 1 gain from the attendance! ,o| ., II f r.,. ,. ." .I' a

t Ihe:," Im '1Is-hel'e.. ln.Jsct, they, .lose ,money,. because At, what, age .should\ you we ant: I (I

local funds w.ejl l as .state funds,.lave. tot pigs? Lots, pf people say, ( 'f" :_ <

b#rrt geq to t:.ac conjinodatp j hem,, ancj nq l local
rUMsll!ccrp tq ifracjfp cj County from \lands, ;jnCpunty are a ,big eight'outfit pr.VP n week3 in. Georgia! pld, that:.pu't .w w. .. /fj is r-Y, ... I
May Aud11radfprdAunty i is 'neligible "
( : f fQ )
has 30j( bropd ,sows in pro uc- 1 .Rr
tojrepeive: federal funds fop ,the!children ,o of f d-. tip!, weans by, weiht and! pot he..As -S t + i

arally- employed parents b pause the percentage! sS sqon as, the pigs get up + ,
of 'these students is too low. tq 30 Ibf j tjiey. are taken.off the}t
W > U.: v or t !I' -St ,i. fThe \l' p : tow, regardless! of age?, but thij.

extra children .,also create extraroble! usually is abqut five, weeks*, and,. ... ,. (
{| It ft N *tT"J 'l 1 1 fi*' '' .,' ,
fer4herBiadford Board such as classroom and it ,is! based upon a good feeding .- .'

teacher roblems."i program. .
\fr t > w. '." .f.< '. .r : ,e f ..
The Bradford county Board. would) 1 actually;be Incidentally, this outfit (Nor s r

better- off if it could shut the schools to Clay ris Cattle Compay) has the sow, I
County children and quit worrying about them. otu'a production! ,schedule.. an r
ul boa About 60 sows farrowjri! g 4tit MY. r h', 1 ..

Rut their feelings"fur thhesiJec iI r tJ .'won't. each s month. excepting: July and I '

permit them to do this", Realizlng, that.legaUY August;, when. it.is.too. .hot. ... '- sok ''

these' children! are rpsident otClay Countylthey are ....still ,4 #
The meat packers
h ye cqnsiifjererturning} '' \ theU1 awl>y.ibuti found calling for 4eaner-hoga-And.>>;I: 'AY I

t a1ltje ties t\O.J.11f!\ ,the people of Bradford: .Coiitt: head thi-4we/k tbaL ever .JiQg ,
f.iiand' he.lt., inBsley/-Ce| stone areas are too raiser regardless of the type of f !
strong f tq: break: in this manner. hogs he has' ". can improve his I

They regarfftKe cji'ildren! i inyo'lyed, asjjelpngjn'Jin FlJlSr I BUllflSTmURCH a; rr a a ..at..6bclLuEc r (
the .Siarke. t.. sghoo'ls.? Fjr *this t:easo h.the Y LOYALTY Because of he-more than l3(1)) S : ; S 11
cold] see-.fit; to stop rthem.from.attendin g reservations received -for i-Loy- ) .:z-

hem! nor) could they, see, fit to shut school bus alty pinner of the First .Baptial. .,. --x 'ra

doors in their ,faces when-the. bus.ltad..to.tra'el Church the..place-of..meeUngJhat)l .

through Clay County to serve -students anyway, been qhanged-froni, ; .the.,Fh( \trch J.o(/, ... w
despite resolutions l to the contrary. the high school cafeteria., All 1 : s e ,
.. ., children $'Yl} rsCld.an. nude r: .
Wjth all their edicts resolutions w'attend ,supper, and party at e"
pf and in, ) I.
planned,,. : M..I'1
the, church. as
iui\cjipn3. J the Clay jftunty School Board still :. t> :

hasn't Bopped the majority ,6! these stqdents f -. ,.
from attending Starke h99Ls'f even; ,, $bugh 0 "'. .' ate "0- .trajjwautifully decorate.. 4...
transaortatioli js denied ,to them: They. are i :L .:. tn.,.J color._ ,Big: handy.18 x JJiUncheSv. o_paritx-Rerfgct.> ich-jt thrifty .. I

;Tr wn tp the\ Bradford,,.schools'yaties!J stronger! Termite ,Control l .,/ buy. you'll" l want to-pick up.several at your,neighborhood_iood I stor$ '..&.' '; ,
: :;;;J' <
tg "rthe legal, fact that they five in"another ,. 1 V"f ". .. ., 0- -.

county! And the Bradford".Schpql t Boarcl,. a"so .. .: ,Commnrdri ; !$

that cognizant. 1.they hay of, the'close the, moral i relatjonshiprcannot right. to keep them, out.feel Pcd!I... Cuntrpldrove n'Sprayinjrt Hxf tiVTf; wfiijh v6ki M l.y.. T eft ethers,:.hut# su pp erg,'i evening of friend! s tversallof .1 f cvhefi vefli .

The p'eople in this i a.r r being 1 'r pulled t i I two- .. T ... ( '., ...r ........,..r v..-..... J r- .. ''t, -. "
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!vg l lJ t -r::r Thirf* -...w.eniiments} -It pull* them toward> 7I, ,Call J 'to FB.: .. ....,-zFI".h.t athe I 1io Ij,ti\t\ n.Q1D ;I ou J; Q;a Jr .ul:oiCoke'toadd'_ :

JtraM9rq County, while. the l law. pulls them to- .:. .es'M" tr. .l. *-- ., ?!1 ?rTtwr
wand: Clay County Such a situation- will always-' &'T ChQimcal A, Co.24N.W.16tliATe7 '. A tARTON OR{ EASE inui| special to the fun; So good ln-taste, i&suchgood taste TJT&J '_":.

create. problems. ...-., ... ..... ., ...... ,
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The only way to* correct'the situation" is' either S OainesTille.. -bv...Ar Florida t -7 J thp $ f way to. treat your friends, ffie l rle idUest-ia to greet ri iihb i': .

to'!turifthfc,a pull l of the sentiments{ .or' !tht_law i the I J *n *\ -' ofeAT : { IN f '_ N -f! .... .J ,JiriJL'\ .,.,-. I
other. way. .asa.a1ayworu4 .
.. anwrrtU4IeoR&SUwiOo .
r"" .. 1PLUMBING .. 1'/, ....... .,.
Tne Ctay Count' School Board has tried algan IlNc .'S ,' .. .

lrip l;1gly; .piean1 tR ti 1 e all *1 1pca n.a' of fhese CO. I _

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.Clay County W d. ,, J egther TH 'jjJy ) t. J {}8 .: "
solution, seems to-.b l"Ii"[;IitranSlei'rysf tfie ,118 Court Street .. '. ::/'";: I
legal 'pull to Btadf I4 C 9t nty g1pg..ihe tostaflatipn'ancl. ,Service : : :.- ) ;, ,
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ship chairman: ; Mrs. Raymond I ski's are happy that they will honor of' Miss Jo Ann Mc Case No.. 12-361 L Florida
not be leaving us very soon but Notice. T. App.aetTo and file the original in the office of I'
Mann, mission study chairman;; have instead, settled down in a Daniel Thursday night, Sept. 19, : Curtis Phelps who. residence I.the Clerk of the Circuit Court on [GAS-TObNSJ]
l KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Mrs. A. G. Loudon, social chairman at 7:30 in the home of her parents and address: is: Route I, Union or before the 7 day of October. I
i pretty new hour of their own Springs, Alabama. 1957; otherwise the allegations of
Mr and Mrs: M. L. Me-
; :Mrs. Fred Ellis, chairman Haberstroh You are hereby reified that a said Compaint will be taken as:
the Henderson
in Daniel. suit for divorce, etc. confessed by you. '
K. Schaeffer, Guest EditorLAAALAAAAAWAlLALAA& i of Nell Pearce Circle; and Mrs. Lake Geneva. y-
shall be
Mary neightorhood on -- baa been filed against you in the This notice publishedonce i
Fred Mulling, chairman of the left Keystonelast above named Court and cause and each week for four consecutive
Al Watson, are required nerve ot weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. BROWN"Mother
._ A ,. you a copy GIB
Business Women's Circle. Circuit Court Bradford County.Florida
where .
Tuesday for your answer or pleadne! : to the '
Ilgen Twins Celebrate On Wednesday evening of last I Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary he re-entered Emory Universityfor William Ernsst I Chanetry.Kp 'eland, Plaintiff. complaint. Frank on Landrum the Plaintiffs, P. O. AttorneyT. Box 516,,i. Dated this 30 day of August,
With Birthday 'Liuuheon week the Catholic Club of St. leaders are Mrs. Gus Alderman, his Junior Year.. Defendant.vs. Catherine Florence Case No.Kneeland.12-359 Starke, Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) t (
Dianne and Donald children Williams Church held their and Mrs. John_ Camp; :Mrs R. F. and file the original In the office Charles A. Darby.
Ilgcn, regu Milton Starnes, son or Mr. and Avtlfc I* Appear of the Clerk of the Circuit Court OP
Clerk of the Circuit Conrt.
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilg lar monthly meeting in the re Cubley will be Junior Girls' Aux- Mrs. Ray Starnes, is enrolled at whose To: Catherine residence Florence and address Rneeland.isr 7Worcester or 7th before day the of October, 1957: By Marian L.' Crosby, Deputy Clerk
en, celebrated their sixth birthday creation Hall, starting, as is: iliary leader; Mrs. Tommy Mil- Emory at Oxford 'in Atlanta this Square, Boston, Massa otherwise the allegations of; Ball 9/6 4t 9/27 -

on Saturday, .Set. 14th. witha their custom, with a covered dish lican, Sunbeam leader. :Mrs. chusetts.You are hereby notified that a Complaint by you.will be taken aa coufessed -

luncheon for their friends i at supper. Since this was a special James Puckett is organist; Mrs. year.A visitor at Keystone Heights suit for Divorcehas This notice shall be ruLliBhea ROL-LATEX
occasion, the evening for formal chorister been filed against; you In the Dace each week for four consecutive I
John publicity
the Home Camp
Ilgen on Brooklyn ;
School, watching the 'children on abcve named Court and cause and weeks In the BRADFORD COUNTY I
Bay. Mrs. Ilgen was assisted i in installation ceremony, the tables chairman, Mrs. Fred Ellis. be inclinedto you are required to serve a copy of TELEflRAPfl. i
decorated with the playground may Tear answer or pleading to the ; Dated this 4th day of Sept., 1957. PAINTFOR
serving and entertaining the : were WMU Missions ProgramOn do a "double take" at the Complaint on the Plaintiffs ,(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charleh A. Daroj :,3
guests by Mrs. Vesta Aiken. The flowers, ivy, and a statue of the Wednesday evening Sept. little Attorney T. Frank andrum, P. i Clerk of the Circuit Court
boy -especially
sight of one O. Box 546, Starke, Florida By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
luncheon, held out of doors, began madonna. Mrs. Emory Cooperwas 11, the Women's Missionary Union if that person were a "64.- and file the original 1& tne office of i 9/6 4t 9/27 2 1 Daddy's looking at

at 11 a. m? and lasted until introduced by out-going of the First Baptist Church 000 Dollar Question" fan. Yes, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on that sparkplug calendar again"If
or before the 30 day of September, NOTICE TO APPEAR
1 p. m. Guests who gathered to president Herb Nelson, and she held a State Missions program, little Jimmy Donnelly does re- 1t'i7i.! otherwise the allegations 01 In Circuit Court. Bradford Comity, no PER GALLON in
wish the twins "Happy Biroday" conducted the formal installationof with Mrs. James Puckett in fabulous child who, said Compalnt will be taken atonfeased Florida ID Chancery. $ you're Interested figures
Christoffers, President Joe Pawlikowski semble that : by you.. Dovie Lee Colvin. Plaintiff, vs. $6,30 2ND GALLON you'll appreciate our LOW
were Terry charge of the interesting pro with chalk in hand, writes those This notice shall be published Samuel Eugene Colvin, Defendant.Case .
Betsy Fendrick, Bruce Sunder Vice President 'George LeBlanc, T. V. once each week for four consecutive No. 12-362 FREE PRICES.
gram. baffling equawons on your weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph lour: To ApprarTo
land, Debby Brault, Gina Massa, Secretary Mary K. schaeffer After the opening Hymn, :Mrs.I. screens. And the resemblanceioesn't .' : Samuel Eugene Colvin whose
Dickie Martin Jimmy Denny, and Secretary, Mildred Sutton. B. the devotional, with the physical ated this 27 day of August residence and address is: United ; r TOY CARTER
Tyre gave cease 1957. States
Army Air Force Base, Fort
of the club, BROWNSERVICE
Not members
only GIB
Cindy Hetherington followed by a selection by the Jimmy, who started luKFICIAL SEAL) Benning, Georgia.
Aiken, and Butch Cannon. Scooter but also members of the parish, appearance. Charles A. Darby You are hereby notified that a I
Belote were will be to Concord( Young People's) Choir. to school this fall, is now a. second Clerk of the Circuit Court suit for divorce'and restoration PAINT STO E STATION
and and visitors, happy
Hulen Billy "The story of the Dollar"' was grader, having spent exactly By Marian I*. Crosby, Deputy Clerk of maiden name has been filed
unable to attend. know that the new pews are expected and in in the 8/30 4t 9/20 against you in the above named I 214 N. W. 13th Street
told by Mrs. Ted Oglesby hour and a half
one Court and cause and Standard Oil Products
Mrs Cooper CondurUImpressive in the near future at St. you are required -
the absence of Mrs. E. L. Brice,, first grade. Not really unusual NOTICE TO APPEAR to serve a copy of your FR 67588Gaines'ilIe
Installation Williams. The pastor Father fa tirri.lt; Court Bradford Co. ,
answer or
Bty pleading to the 'com-
John Skehan, found it impossible. Mrs. James Puckett gave a report when you realize his mother was Florida i la Cia a,,,...,.. plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Fla. 407 N. Temple Ave.
on the Baptist Home for physics {eacher. Margaret Phelps, Plaintiff vs. Curtis Taenzler & Maddox 109 Law Exchange -
to attend, as lift had to be away, Parker a Phelps, Defendant. Lullding, Jacksonville 2,
but will be back for Sunday Children. Mrs. Charles The- men at Humphreys Gold ....
GAY'SHome short resume on the life Bill Sip- -- -.
morning Mass this weekend.: gave a Corp. are happy to see -
Bake Sale Tomorrow of Samuel Ho, while Mrs Roy relle back at the plant every

AppliancesYour Chasteen reported on the Baptist day after his trip to Africa. On
The ladies of the Community
Bible Institute at Graceville. his home, Bill had an aud-
will hold Bake Sale
Church a
Friendly Following a period of prayer; ience with Pope Pius in the Vatican -
tomorrow (Saturday) in the
Mrs. Puckett gave a scripture at Rome. FRYERS.
Norge Dealer vicinity of the post office start reading and Mrs. E. J. Fallin I -
ing at 10:30: a,.m. gave the four objectives missionary sister
President, President, :
NQRGE APPLIANCES work. Mrs. Fred Ellis Mountainsof
Who'll Be The President?? -- -- day trip through the
MAYTAfl 1VASHERSCOLEMAN This is the question everyone gave the offertory. Alter a auugty : North Carolina. The two lad-
the choir, the benediction was favorof
:: in
i is asking. It seems that with a closed. ies spurned highv/ays
HEATERS andFLOOR given, and the meeting absorbed the
P. T. A. meeting coming up as the byways, and
FURNACES this goes to press, there is no Episcopal Ladies Meet real flavor of mountain country. Florida Fully

president. W. L. Bunce, who held! The Ladles Auxiliary of the Mrs. Russell Young left Key- CDressed
We Service All Makes such promise, had\ to send in his St.; Anne's Episcopal Church atone on Monday for a week's
Of Appliances their meetings: Clearwater LB. 39
resignation because his childrencan started reguar vacation at the beach at
10:00 a. m., when by
yesterday at she was joined
no longer attend Keystone where
Phone 10 met at the church. Resultsof Edith, who also
Heights School, due to the peculiar they her daughter,
Starke, Florida school-bus situation The meeting will be written next had week's vacation from Miami

: Bunce's live in Bradford County, week, in this column. University, where she is an in

and since the bus will not come KeynotesMrs. !t structor. Mrs. Young, who 5s

:Michael Dhimitri and correspondent, will :.....
to Keystone past their road anymore your regular -
Cap'n. Ocean
Sophie, of Philadelphia be back --
FOR YOUR their children will have to daughter stop galavanting and
go to Melrose, which i?, in Putnam Pa., left Monday for their with you in the next issue. EIGHT Mild & Mellow Coffee

HOME WATER County. So Putnam's gain home, after spending a week Correction, Please PERCH COD each 29c
is Clay's loss. Another casualty with Mr. and Mrs Alex Blvd. Last week's issue suggested 1-lb bag FILLETS
SYSTEMS i of this--we repeat "peculiar"" and family on Lawrence that old-time residents of Keystone 73'
Dhimitri is Mr. Brokas Miss Ann
2 INCH WELLSOR M. U. Officers Instalh-d aunt.Mrs. Shyrock who lived here as a 3-lb Bag -$2.13_ Jane Parker

LARGER At First Baptist Church Charles :Muhlhofer has child-and then it omitted the Rich & Full Bodied Coffee

Mrs W. R Thomas of Gainesville gone to Emhurst, 111. Where she words "daughter of"making RED 11
Repairs On AH Make installed the new officers of will stay for several months it sound as if Keystone's first OATMEAL COOKIES OZ pkg 19c
Pumps daughter, MrsR. : l-lb bag
the Women's Missionary Unionof visiting with her first dentist was a shade over CIRCLE 79C

Financing AvailableAll the First Baptist Church for Walter, and family. nine years old. One might won-

Work GuaranteedCall the coming year on Tuesday Mrs. Myron Prevatt, Bruce der how she passed the State 3-lb Bag $2.31 Jane Parker

evening, Sept. 10. The ceremony Prevattr and Mrs. John Perkins Board.

GRanite 55123 or was conducted by candlelight, drove to Atlanta last Tuesdayfor Brooklyn Civic Club ROKARV1Srous & Winey
GRanite 52962 and was most impressive. The purpose of entering Bruce in I To Meet Saturday BREAD Our Own 1 lb loaf 15c 1

new officers will be Mrs. Ted Emory at Oxford for the fall A meeting of the Lake Brook- COFFEE 1-lbbas 83C3lb

Or Write Oglesby, President; Mrs. E. L. They also visited Mrs. Perkins'sisterinlaw Civic Club will be held tomorrow

Brice, vice president; Mrs. J. D. 'Mrs. Russell Grau, lyn (Sat.) evening, at the t Bag $2.43 Ann .

ROY JORDANMelrose Peyton, secretary; Mrs. Roy in Atlanta, before returning Woman's Club, at 7:30.: Following Page

Chasteen, program chairman: home on Thursday.Mr. the business meeting, which New Orleans Style

Florida Mrs. R. F. Cubley, treasurer; and! Mrs. Key Muhlhofer Sargent will be conducted by President ORESCENTMb Coff KETCHUP 2 -14 oz bottles 3Sc.

Mrs. Ernest Davis, prayer chairman moved into the Wallie Carl Carnes, the Clay Service .
this '
I ; Mrs Jean Dykes, steward house on Lakeview Drive League will have speakers on bag' 4ge
week. The house was recently to the gatheringand

vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Bert hand then to talk to ,answer questionsthat 3-Ib Bag $1.41 A&P Our Finest Quality Hawaiian

That's Our Business Christoffers, Jr. in the audience
; and Mrs. Robert Fish are anyone Vacuum Packed 20-oz
Mr ask.
Have III would care to A&P PINEAPPLE CHUNKS can 2Sc
.4A:1hP (III If It's occupying the house on Lakeview Residents of not only Lake
CALL WRITE or VISIT Bert Christ-
Drive belonging to but of all surrounding gab
Brooklyn COFFEE can 89'
offers, Jr. find this m vnaoHnor
Joe Peters Glass Co. :Mr. and- Mrs. George Watsonof lakes to be of should special interest to Sultana Brand

Williamsburg, Va., are spending and they are all invited. then1'1 White House Safe, PureEVAP.

FOR ANY GLASS NEED this month in Keystone of the gradual DRESSING qt jar 3Sc

O We Design Modern Store Fronts Heights, occupying the house some of our lakes, perhaps some SALAD
Lake Geneva.
Jr. on some-
John B. Dye, can do MILK
Just Mail Us A Pattern for. and of the residents
Raye in
Mrs. hand
:Mr. and Alton Nature a .
Table Tops daughter of Birmingham, Ala. |. obtaining thing to give some water to bring Ann Page Smooth or Crunchy

1313 NW. 4th PL, Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353LET were guests of Miss Cleva J. Wouldn't it be a
Carson last Friday afternoon.Mr. i up the level. off one's dock intoWATER 3 tall cans 40c C
to jump 12
Raye, a commercial artist, I thrill again? PEANUT BUTTER oz far 33
Car.f"In'S -
is a former pupil of Miss ,

at P. K. Younge School in
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Gainesville.Mr -

. BUILDING JOB and Mr. and Saturday and daughter:Mrs.Mrs.George evening of E. John Jacksonvillewere guests Clemens Nelson of! Mrs. Carl SIDEBy Brown BANANAS Golden Ripe 2 lbs for 2Sc Medium IVORY Gentle Size SOAP 9c

Hi1 crest. The Nelsons ,
route home from IVORY SNOW 33c
were en of Jacksonville
For -= Burton
--- Maggie

Free \, _. Gainesville enrolled their, where son,they Eugene had ,just at Mrs. was a weekend family.guest cf j POTATOES Sweet Red Ib Bc Deodorant

the University of Forida. the S. C. Harley Church enjoyed a ZEST SOAP 2 for 39c
Shacklefordand North Side ,
Estimates Mr. and Mrs. Don night

i i- children were recent guestsof peanut boiling during Saturday the wee: _ _ _ _ Detergent
\ i Phone Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hulenon after working paintingthe forOXYDOL regular 33c
Lake Santa Fe The two families and all day Saturday new Red Delicious Jane Parker 8-oz pkg.-i

493.J fish fry, with all floor and completing held Detergent

: the enjoyed.fivin's...... -. a seaL'A working will be 1 APPLES Ib 19c Potato CHIPS 41C TIDE giant 75c<

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Mrs. E. L. Brice, who is in the again this Saturday.

Bradford County Hospital, ,Is reported Bro Milton Dukes of of Detergent

holding her own witha S. C, was a supper guest Lb. Dutch
REPAIRSr serious as Illness. Her 'many Mr. and Mrs. Othman Norman 10 Bag New WhilePOTATOES Large Delicious CHEER ,regular 31c

friends pray for her speedy re and attended Prayer Meeting 39C APPLE PIE 43CSta'ley's Sunshine Krispie

4 J. W. THOMAS --7 Construction covery. Wednesday night. CRACKERS Mb box 28c
F Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr, has Mr. and Mrs. M. L. :McDaniel

been quite ill, but Is recovering announce the approaching marriage Green RinseSTAPUFF Coffee Cream '
slowly, we are glad to say. of their daughter Jo Ann
and Mrs. Jim Gaboardi of{ to Marriand Whitaker, Saturday PREM 4-oz 49c
From where I'm sitting Ly Joe Marsh Melrose were Sunday afternoon George afternoon Sept. 21 at will 5:30 take o'- BEANS lb 19 qt 43C

guests of Mr. and Mrs. clock. The wedding

; -_ Schaeffer. place in the North Side Church. DREFT giant 75c

Mrs. Lu Nelson :Mrs. Jean All friends and relatives are invited
For Automatic Washers
t, Fox Mrs. Gina Christoffers, and to attend.A Fancy Light Meat -- Solid Pack

Swimmin! Hole Mrs. Mildred Sutton drove to birthday party was given in DASH regular 39c

Jacksonville Monday afternoonto honor of Diana Bennett on her

E .l attend a benefit dessert 9th birthday anniversary at the A&P TUNA FISH 2 -202 cans 49c Cleanser

bridge given by the Auxiliary J 1 home of her parents Saturday SPIC N' SPAN giant 85c

t From where I'm sittin' it's AU Saints Home for the Aged.i afternoon. Games and refresh- ,
mea toskim
i )Kid we
Vflien I a ,
; was Shortening
down at the river bend, the old story again it's a lot Mrs. Gladys Bachmann came ments were enjoyed by all. We -

but all that's been changed. A easier to deprive the, other fellow back to Keystone Heights on also wish a pappy birthday to CRISCO 3-!lbs 97cMAYONNAISE
f f new outfit bought the section of his pleasure than it is Tuesday afternoon of last week Stephen Cowart on his 9th anniversary K ra f '
life. Even t. :
and fenced it off so the youngto help him enjoy in life like from her summer home in St. celebrated last week.M. Large

sters can't swim there any the simple in' things of tea or coffee Altans, Vt. She expects to be in D. Carter spent the week- : : SOAP 15c
en jo a cup
: more. First misunderstanding, folks figgered and itva me j I enjoy a cool glass ofcontaeted her home on Lake Keystone until end in Dade City with his sister,, quart 63c CORY

a the new owners, tellbeer.. Other folks can help me next summer, when she will be Mrs Carrie Smith

:. int them it was the only good to enjoy life by not little trying to leaving for Vermont again. Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Harvey ZEST SOAP reg, 2 for 27c

ITtimmia' place for miles. The .deprive me. of my plea- Friends of her son Albert E. and family were Sunday guestsof -

< ; taw owners said they'd enforce sures. Bachmann, will be interested in Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Conner. Insecticide

jfyiir own law no swimmin. learning that he is attending Mrs.S.. C. Harley had as dinner Our Finest GULF SPRAY pint 35c
ae of the men offered to Engineering School at the Uni- guests her two sisters; and

i a walkway from the road Q" versity of Vermont thia winter. families of Jacksonville.
,?, to the point so's the kids OVVn.er CltfA'LJ./? Pawlikowski returnedhome Congratulations to Mrs Mary CORNrie112oza
9ji have a place to swim, but : Joe I COOKING OIL DEXOLA qt 49c 2 for 33c
i yesterday, after being in Lou Norman on the birth of a
.. ;\ was the same- 00 -
Wilmington Del, on business, all son.
611'..... lio' .
week. Friends of the Pawlikow- A bridal ,shower will be giVenin,.: I' .-. .- = .T .
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PAGE FOUR ,."..y-, \:c' ., ... ;_..# lSKAIJ.ltOJlli.. It ** *.*?*COUNTY* _TELEGRAPH._. -. .* .. ..*STABKE..- 'o,.FLORIDA.*.* ... ..1.,,* *a. : .!. : .:; .. : ._ ._ _.__.. _. _:\_ _20t_ '1957flladys ,

II .. .
I __I_. ----i. Geri Howard Fogg Film Is Viewed- Hilda Crews To Wed !'Rotariahs Hear I Case No. 12-392 Is 206 Eblen' Street.
Order of PwbUeatiaB aad K' tlee To Tennessee. You are

Weds Jerome JohnsIn By" Woman's Gl'ub"An 1.Jacksonville -ManMr. .Dr. Harry McGee Evelyn Appear S.State Nevel ot Florida whose residenceand Tot filed that again a. suit for you di in

--r _. i a address Is: Rt. 11, Fox 312-B Court in Chancery In
Florida, wherein
Lake Butler j .!
Richmond Virginia.
.Investmen't, In leople""was Dr. Harry: F. McGee, who :s is Plaintiff and Anna
_ You are required to appear on
n 0 l! : C, the film shown at the first fall i associated _with! ._Evangelist, Billy. 21st. .October. 1957. In the above IL Defendant.. and .you are

.roeeting, of the. 'Starve J.V9 man's. .. Graham, was guest speaker at plaintiff named Court seeks.and divorce cause,. Rights, wherein of pleading.serve a to copy said of Com your

.. I Clubon,, Wednesday afternoon of I the: Rqtary ,Cl Wednesday; ..aDdIas Visitation -, MinorS C U4ren. ,. Complainant's ,Attor.
: last week. .introduced !by Revs Donald Bradford County Telegraph shall P. O. Box 197,

: Mooty -4 Tbe program was nder, the.Department -' :Kokomoor, who had charge of the weekly publish issues.. this Order. In_ .next four said Florida/-answer and In file the Of-the
________________ _.. >
T--- ---- i Mr Witness hand and official Clerk of the Circuit
Citizenship, with program... .. my .
Mrs. Jiinius Smith Miss Landrum Feted H. B. Peyton, first vice president; i. Dr. McGee, who# was 'a Bible' September seal at Starke, 1957. Florida, this 18th day., Florida of October, on ,or 1957 be.;

and co-chairmen, Mrs. ,H.. A.Bishop teacher the Florida Bible In- (OFFICIAL SEAL) allegations of said

1 Is Woman Of YearMrs. At Going Away Party' Jrr,!and .Miss FlorenceJennings. '.: sQtote; Tampa; while Graham was _Charles.A..As Clerk Darby of said, .,Court., I will. be takep as con-

IrzU :Miss, Jennings introduced -, (- attending; school there,.gave an By: Dorothy W. Eiland, day of September, 1957.
Junius Smith was named Misses Linda Chapman, Ce I the ,speaker, Edwin P. Stewart -: interesting discussion of the.me- Deputy Clerk. ( SEAL)

"W .man -o( the Year1'' at the I celia McComb. Linda Smith Shi | of, Gainesville, Rehabilitation, chanics of running an evangelist Chas.Bldg., R Jacksonville.. Hess, !.204 2,Guaranty Florida. Life. .Circuit Darby,Court, Bradford

Starke Business; and- Profes- Ann Smith, Martha Weldon, '.Counselor for Bradford, Union,:. campaign such, as the one Graham Attys. for PIt. 9y20 4t 1011xi .
Putnam and :Afachna C6u tie is now "concluding jn New York -. .W. Eiland,
:slo'nal Women's; club meeting Elaine .Sykes and Mary Agnes .. : Iti: TO APPEAR lerk. -
Mr. Stewart gave an interesting ..," City. He described Graham not asa To :Anna' M. Rose, Defendant. /O 4t 1 /1t
last Thursday evening at the Matthews entertained at a surprise talk on his vocation hid the help 1. ;.i'p'( .:.: . ':r arn theologian :n," ,but simp .,. : .- ::.. '" > ,

home; a!. Mrs.. Ernest Phillipa g'ln'awey party last Friday ,- ,it ,,1s, doing for the disabled. ,Mr. f .. ly as a sincere devout, and hard-
.Mrs., .. ; J.* T. Cocomise-- was cohostess evening for Mire Frances {Stewart. also showed a. '20 minute( ... u pi-king young evangelist. THURSbA

'at the meeting. I L drum. ]1 film &n. the .work the disabled AUCTIONProperty

Mrs. smith will be' honored at:I The p i rtywas held' in the Mer- 1p2 ,can b accomplish.JUrs. Graham, Film, Slated 26

a dinner .on- Sept. 26. Plans- were ritt Williams' garage which was ,,A. IusselINo\ ar l 'presi(- .
made to attend the First 'Christ decorated with red and grey !dent, presided over the 'meeting For Hampton (Church

ian Church on Sunday, Sept. 22. crepe paper streamers.' Dancingand w and Miss Clara Leama'n gave.the, of Mr. & Mrs. Doyle H. ((10 A.M.)
Plans were also outlined for the I refreshments were enjoyed devotional. Mrs.. A. N. Holliday .' and .Mra C. R. Crews cif The: newest: the series of feature -

New Years Eve dance. throughout the evening. was voted Into the club as a new'member. Lawtey announce the" engagement length motion pictures pro- 20,500 SQ. FT. OF SPACE \ TED OPPOR-
Mrs. Prances Hamilton and The hostesses gave Frances a Members were reminded : of their daughter Hilda, to duced,by the Billy Graham organization TUNITY IN THE HUB OF FLA. -

I of the. State -'d'meeting in Naples Sherman;Bell, son: of Mrs. Nancy "Fire on the Heather," YOU SET !
Mrs. Ruby.Johns were, taken Into stuffed Penguin. as a going-a- '
auto- on Sept 30 'and "Oct. ,1. Also Bell of, J Jacksonville The weddingwill will be shown in a program at
tb'e which was ..
club as new members. way present .
Line Produetlon
the District meeting on Oct. 31 take'place in_ the summer of the Hampton Baptist Church at
rrorrtied by the 60 friends at the ,In a lovely home Madison Milling
ceremony, in Jacksonville. 1958. Miss Crews is, a senior 8 p.jn. Thursday,)Sept. ,26.Thejpicture ._ Oe Plait.. Fred
Brownies To Meet party. performed last Friday evening at .Mrs. Foster Shi ..Smith fourth :iO': lio' )tlfl-Warekoaae
this and will finish her tells the ofScotland's
Miss Landrum left !unday:; for six o'clock, Geri Howard Fogg, vice-president, announced that the. .:Year story seI1oo: 'Office Bulldlmc or Other Warea -
school before the wedding date struggle against tyranny 10.000 sq. ft. Metal Bldg.
Gainesville, _
Brownie Girl Scouts. will resume *-pnau Academy. at daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. J. annual reception honoring the "is oJ announced. -from without and within S Choice Balldtak .Loin : Market. Creamerr.

activities Tuesday, Sept. Ga. Marcus Howard of Lake Butler, school teachers, personnel and filmed S PrlQtwetelU Scales and Plant Fofd Proc-
.i and is by WorldWide PiCtures Manr Other A curt* boiiiBru 'OT nay ..a.EERY e
24, with the first meeting held became the bride of Charley Je board members and city officials with the Panoramic FACTOR AND!' PA- enteprlses.CILITY .
at the home of the troop leader, Rehearsal DinnerMrs rome J Johns, son of Sen. and will be held Thursday evening Little Women Hold new FOR SUCCESS wltfcj _ _

Mrs. Joseph D. Warren, 321 N. Mrs. Charley E. Johns of Starke. Oct. 10, at 7:30 o'clock in the First Fall Meeting lens.The distinguished actor Donald 3u i,) 01. .

Myrtle St. The Brownies are Clarence, A. Roberts. Mrs. The double-ring ceremony was club house. Crisp, as narrator, links together MADISON' FLA 3/4 elty liMits on 1". S.
During the social hour a dessert e .
sponsored by the local chapter of The Little Women's DO. 00 nil.of
Pritchett Mrs. Sidney Jacob Club held
performed by Rev. Thom course was serve? by the hostess a series of unusual dramatic per- Tallahaius 210 ..I. of Tampa Mlamll 283,ml. of
Beta Sigma Phi.! All girls 8-10 Fortner'of' Lake Butler and 'Mrs. as' at the home *(;f the bride's ccmmittee: Mrs. Paul Raymond Its first fan meeting Tuesday formances which highlight Scotland's Alfonta. Only 19 nil. of Suwannee 50 miles at Gulf .f
interested in starting Johns of Starke "at.I Club'house )f. lt'O.
years-old E. were
evening the
Charley grandfather, J. s. Howard, in chairman, Mrs. T. B. Harding, with rich and colorful heritage. -
Girl Scouts are invited to attend hostesses at a rehearsal dinner Lake Butler. Arrangements of Mrs. E. S. Beebe, Mrs. F. F. the president, 'Miss Sylvia Paulk Filmed entirely in authentic set- BUILDINGS FOR LOW OVERHEAD TRADING AREA _
An intermediate Girl Scout Thursday evening, Sept. 12, at the p're'siding.FoUpwfag' GOOD LABOR CENTRAL CHEAP POWER _
chrysanthemums and stephanotis -! Stump, Mrs. T. G. Griffin, Mrs.J. tings, the sequences recreate the: LOW \
will be formed this home of Rep., and Mrs. Robertsin -
troop year 'were used in decorating. the E. Wall, Jr., Mrs. L. 0., Hazen,' .. the ..business. : meeting failure of Roman conquest !in the
Miss hugged
former Brownies. The inter- Lake Butler honoring practical.Jinilding* like
for 'Geri Howard Fogg arid Jerome home for this 'occasion. Mis. Lester Crews, and Mrs. Jack Miss Judy Daniel. program Border 'Cou try, the 'evangelistColumbia's new thatwill ..d..... W 1l0' ... ..... Fla. offer
mediate troop will be sponsoredby Given -in Parker chairman, 'presented Rev. j; H. ; Introduction 'of Christianity Irom-elad building with 50'slOO' t. yet you're
the Junior Woman's Club and Johns. marriage by her ,MjIl "..r"ou..e1'00..1.. and .. market Poul-
affair father the bride wore a light blue Mabry, pastor the Madison : to the King of. the Picts, steel foundation only 3 years success with tame
will be directed Mrs. R. B. Attendi : this 'delightful .- .
by TrBMed
roofi 15: % .I"arant'r" .
practically eadle
Street John Knokjs; battle for reform **
Hatch "Church wtio
silk aheath dress Baptist ,
fashioned with Shelby Jean
Cauffman and Mrs. C. R. TIll- were members of the wed- gavean from floor to root joists.big assembly ..line pro
ding party and their immediate back fullness and a lace yoke. interesting' .talk on' "Your during the reign 'of Mary, Queeof 8 door, loading do..'". wide *, trailer, mobile
man All girls interested In the I Weds Warren .
Kelly overhang well ventilated.
Church and Miss Scots, and tl e. bloody era of or scores of
families. small veiled hat of blue net Della .:50'xtOOV: offeewarekousCon ..
new troop are asked to attend for_ .fabricating
featured ruching at one side.. Rosenberg was an honored guest. the Convenanters seen throughthe crete masonry construction ....ul.ptarer..

the Brownie 'm eting on Sept. 24. WSCS Meeting She carried a heart shaped.1 bouquet During') the social" hour, AirS: :eyes of martyr John Brown iteel-reinforeed and floor concrete_Metal foundation trnniied- any jlywood.other _warehouite.Ideal for

of pink sweetheart 1ISe. Dave Paulk and: Mrs. F. SiSmithj : of Priesthill roof. Extra lIOu ad. Complete }' ,. canning or
The business a'nd meet j I- "Fire on-the Heather," climaxes with 'modern of flee. METAL & plant In Ibis
program The bride's only attendant wasa served _refreshments.jSupper BLDG. WITH 1Q.OOO SQ. FT. area would thrlte.
ing of the Methodist WSCS was cousin, llrs. Canova Howardof with ,s enes' from Billy Grahams;. Concrete floor, metal walls and .In urgently_ Deeded -
held Tuesday morning in the sanctuary crusade -in Glasgow. truHurd roof. IS'V clearance feed la a crowing
Lake Butler. She wore a.pink Meeting Set .. from floor to roof JoUta.EASY poultry area. Make
1 with the Mrs.
silk. afternoon dress, fashioned EXPANSION Concrete a rcamcry, parking
C. D. Williams, presiding.The By Garden Club Elks floor'poured la apace separating ,.e a nale outlet of
along princess lines_ and carried It LodgeIsts two warehouse bulldlggK, and it Everything planned
: program, "The March of .a nosegay of pink cymbidium L I would be simple to connect the management. Free
Missions, was presented by Mrs.C The Starke'Garden Club will District'OfficialsStarke two. Link theiie buildings, i add of power. Build-
orchids. 20' OB each side Bad have 48.000 .'!, _,Form a .,Ddl-
D. Williams, Mrs. R. S. Mullins, I have..a covered dish at ft. of ...
supper no. space and the Ideal choose. Think what
and Mrs. Jack Clements. The wor- Serving as best man was the _____ the Pariah Hous Lodge) No. 1802, B.P.O. layout for maim 'production.Paved ,,- \ If yon had to
WILL Miss, bridegroom's father, ,Senator on llks met Monday night and was parking.area. Rent room.I I I like thl*. How
ship program was given by I Johns and John Anderson of j;Ilit. : at 6:30' : 'o' lock' Monday host to Vice President Donald C. Toledo Priatwelght Scale to yoa had a chance to
Amy Coburn. wefgh anything on the highway PC'rtT with a great
I The "and luncheon Cocoa, formerly of Starke, served evening as the first meeting of Jordan o' the northeast district, and literally M corc. of to are other cap.
"study was the fall Season. who made his official visit to the other feature.there la not apaceto. worth. Doat let
planned for Tuesday, Oct. 22, at as usher. ..- -.- f at this 'time.. .mention.. slip by. Going; only
for herdaughter's During the program, commit- lodge LOTS Choice Iota on the famou b. Bond, a heart at
A during chose -
church. Howard
[ -
"quiet day"
Mrs. .
J..W.Cole-vice e president the [T. S.
tee chairmen will Wl.In a fat developingeetion wa ordered,by his
week of prayer was plannedfor wedding a lovely dusty give reportson .district also .going. If you're alert to do ...d all reponibllity.
northwest was a
.. .. .
MONEY Tuesday morning Oct. 29, and pink silk afternoon dress with their plans. for the coming. guest. :jn this occasion n i ad. there opportunity, you'll be at this : prir.SUBDIVIDED .. .
Wednesday night, Oct. 30. which she wore matching shoes year. -
were .27 other, visitors: from the OR OFI< WHOLE
and hat and a shoulder.corsage; HostesSes for the evening will '
northea,district. DISPLAY L'w
' of pink cymbidium orchids. ._ b'e: :" Mrs. H. A. Lawson, chiliman A, delicious supper was servedpreceding See "thin a..rli.1r J'L T Auction Co.OX

:Mrs. Johns mother of the ,- Mrs V. V. Hazen, Mra J. the )business; meeting. property now.BROCHIRB .
was attired in> beautiful! DC GIVES ,. Broker
SOLVE groom, : : 'Doyle, ;:Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Miss
JBICTAR'ItE blue afternoon: dress andjllrsw Robert. A. Hall In Clrenlt Court.:Bradford Countr. DETULS Phone .\ P. O. Box 678
turquoise Dorothy. R.OSS and Mrs. A. E. Florida .In .fh.Herj-. Write wire or eall. Ocala OCALA, FL....
accessories and a announce the marriage of'their _
with '
FL1SUN. matching MCKin1 ey. Clyde D. Nevel. Jr.:, Plaintiff vs. I :'" IY If'

corsage of cymbidium orchids.. daughter, Shelby Jean Hatch,, to Evelyn'. S. NevelDefendant.. -- -' ---a ...1-. .1 -- ---- .,
Immediately following the wed- Warren Kelly, son ot Mrs. Anne -

., MON., TUES. ding a reception was held.._The Kelly and the late Enoch Kellyof Social Club ..

YOUR Sept. 22. 23, 24 bride's table was centered with a Heilbronn springs. The mar- Holds ProgramThe
DOUBLE FEATURE four tiered wedding cake,which riage took place on August 31 .

was surrounded by ruffles of pink in Nahunta, Ga. .. Starke Social Club, met at NEW
The OklahomanWith illusion, from which streamers of
Mr.; and Mrs. Kelly will make the Presbyterian assembly hall e .
Joel McCrea and Barbara pink nylon ribbon were caught at i their home at Heilbronn Springs. Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Theme ot: i
Hale intervals with tiny, nosegays..of the < ';
PROBLEMloans pink rose buds. Burning pink tapers program was "School Days.

And in silver and crystal candelabra Edward C. Priest with various, contests held in the ; -' OFFERED BY

Port AfriqueWith completed the arrangement. To Wed In TexasMr. different "subjects' taught, in th .

Pier Angel and Phil Carey Mrs. William S. Howard and 'old red .schOO1h use.- The team ..

IN CINEMASCOPE Mrs. Carl L. Brown of Lake Butler and ',;!rs. Russell C. Roberts captained bf Mrs. 'P.. J. Quattle-

7 Plus Cartoon cut the bride's cake. Punchwas of Conway, Ark. announce 'baum waS 'de fared 'the champ-
served by Mrs. Marvin R. the engagement approaching' ions. .The other team was captaihed DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY

Wed., TI irs. Sept. 25, 26 Holmes and Mrs. Glen 'S. How marriage of their daughter, Robin _by Mr.' R'obert Halsall.

DOUBLEFEATUREBlonde ard. Presiding as floor hostesses! Lee.-to Lt. .Edward C.;Priest, A short business meeting was

were Mrs. Clarence A. Roberts.and son of :Mrs. C. "E. Mattix of Harl- held, and the "next "ne ting was
Sinner Mrs. .Amos E. Howard. Miss
ingen, Texas, and Hubert E. announced, for Oct...1_ with Mrs.Quattlebai .. EXPERTRt'FG
Markleyann Johns, sister of theb'ride'groom T -
to .
up With Diana Dors Priest of Lawtey. and Mrs. "Gahaganaj
; kept the bride's book.
_' And After spending some time with :Miss Roberta- is a graduate of hostesses .. -

$600'Folks The Desperate Hours their guests the newlyweds left Conway High School and at- Delicious refreshments were:

With Humphrey Bogart and for a two week. wedding trip toNaSS tended Arkansas Teachers College served' by Mrs. Robert Halsall

Fredric March u, after which they will reside She is currently enrolled at and Mrs. James Watson, as hostesses -

,Find Us Friendly" Plus Cartoon at 510 E. Madison Street, "Texas_ W m n's' Unrreraity, Dent for the evening.
&Ike. Texas, "wHere"she was 'a Redbud -
Fri., Sat. Sept. 27, 28 Mrs. Johns is a graduate of Princess, last spring., First Baptist Circles,
LOCAL Lake Lt. Priest is graduate of
FINANCE DOUBLE FEATURE Butler High School and attended a -
Stetson University where Harlingen High School, Texas A 'Doris KnIght and. Annie 'Armstrong :

WAR PAINT she is a member of Alphi Xi. Del- & M College' and is now stationed Circle or'tl e First B aptisWMU NEW'EQ P MElt

COMPANY With Robert .Stack ta sorority and she was also a I at Lackland Air Force Base met .Tues'day night, Sept. I

.AndTRAPEZE cheer leader. The "Dr cI groom, "an T x S, "wnUe"itf nding personnel 10,,at the home 'of.:Mrs. Jimm] _.

114 N. Walnut St. alumnus of Bradford; High School,l officers school. 4 McRae, with Mrs. Bobby McRae $_L_ '- .. -.-- : -

attended Emory University for The wedding will be an event t as co-hostess. The meeting vas'; __ _
Phones 580 and 581 With Burt Lancaster and Tony two years. and received ;jus d II f of mid-winter in the Little presided over by "tne "circle leader -

Curtis ?ree injnsurarice and business adruinstrationfrom Chapel in the Woods at Denton, Mrs. Chas.jA. Darby, .who

of -Plus Serial and Cartonn .of Flonda! .. the University! Texas. ais'o gave "the 'dev Horiat Mrs RUGS CLEANED RUGS
Where he is "
a memberof "
rd ,
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. ,.J'I" .-' I .- -program I
w 1 s GFCJThe on "prayer.The "
circle members presentedthe
: .. Mrs. J. E., Sherwood wOod n n's Circle will meetTtesdayeveninjjpt2T4 leader with a' lovely'gift r ON .

at ,8 her senrices'during"tfie past"year, r

HAVE: .SUNSHINE: ON 0I Honored With Shower "o'clock at the Lion's Den. for 'a and 'refresTuriehts were served: t< roaR FLOORS '

covered dish supper meeting. AU! the nine members present' dorms
Mrs. Eo Sherwood
J. .
I m INSIDE TOO : was honored members are urged to attend. the fellowship :period.'
at a .
surprise stork :'ahowe'rTuesday
The Lbrena Epperson Circle of 'AT HOME THE

\\7HAfS LIUSTTIIETH1E : evening given by Mrs.. 'te Firat Baptist Church, Mr -. ,
Q 9.-RTI.llman.,.. Virgil Jordan -
aiR PAINT W/LL DO Mrs. Charlie Cowen Shaw, leacjer, met Tuesilay,'after C
I. noon at the home of "Mrs. H. L. Square

.... Ruth Shanenberger; Mrs. Lonjite? Brownlee with Mrs. H. L. HoiighKPhostesses. 9 ( Square
Fullwood Mrs. Gerald Griffia -
The mee'ting was
and Mrs. Foot
Margaret '
: BlankensMp opened with devotion by Mis _.l '
t1I at the home of the latter on JJ.Ch'ureh P. 'F. Flume followed with! grayer -
..- .. ." ... by the iev. ''Lewis 1D. Haines. r
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Mixed summer flowers were Bradford County Hospital announces l& orts fire "givm by" lhe ''Var -, _- '-
used to advantage in decoratingthe the following births: ious rrmJ Ana 'R+v. Haines > J

:-Y home for the occasion and a Mr. and Mrs. Howard Curtis ..presented.lnterest&ig- talk on

-. -. pink and blue color motif carried Montgomery of.' .StMte. a son.' prayer: meeting.. .. ,. Call 28 For
Howard '
out the table decorations. Curtis Montgomery Jr,
The Sept 11. The, 'CircleShaw -P sentd' ,Mrs.
refreshment table was overlaid : '
with a gift ta 'appreciation

with a... 'lovely. .lace cloth and Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith of f;. 'of 'h'er' dership, forth: past WALL TO WALL CARPET

iTARKEBUILDERS cakes and nuta were served from Starke,, a 'daughter, Terri Lynn, ... .- -. .
crystal dishes. Mrs. Charlie Cow- Sept. 12. EDWARDS THANKS VOTERS

presided at the'-punch bowL Mr.and Mrs. George Methvia Cleaning Will Also Moth Proof At time !

Appropriate games were played ,of Macclenny a daughter Deb I wish to thank' the'voters' for:

SUPPLIES during the evening and prizes rah Lynn Sept. 12. their' support in toyr.campaign: for i
City.Clerk. Your efforts in my i
were awarded, Mrs... S.._G. Denmark ; Mr. and Mrs Francis Howard
behalf 4eeply Appreciated. 1 I
were :
Mrs. Dan Harley and Norman of'Lawtey a. son James woold also like to,say, in ,regard: STARKE? DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRYSTARKE
Mrs. M. W. Cressler. Sept.
Howard, 15. __ to..a jrecounl,.tha the matter.has, "
The hostesses presented Mrs. .......Mr.and Mrs.: ;Albert_.FcJwler.of been Turned over to my attorney.

Sherwood with a bottle sterilizer Penney Farms a son, Greye;Lee, Sincerely, ...-,.,']' '"' _..e !: .... 'FLORIDA
.A tal : _
u t ''memento of the occasion. Sept 15. Km 1dWraa... 7T

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I' .. ... "' .,-' '. .' ,-, Hqspit l *ujci7/aryHbHoret//' 'vvvvtYYY1crvIvue j : M. J. Morgan., parsnaU 56 ?oii are required to IIflnfl. a opy ''of'foptapuwer. ''douce afd address I if: $11 ieta. St.,
*& s. itHA1PT9N or pleading Oi lblt? < nrsti HWrYfl.an'r:; -: -
_.a votes. ... -.... .. ,..... "I the "P"'hltlU'.. "t..ru-" Wu 4tr ,1E58.y 'j1'1'; I.t: lfo'(' 4t
.. .. ... ... ., D. 'lark I I ..ult --nh'ori't Care. \"u.tlJl1y
.01. \. ". W. II. Griffin councilman, 29 .WJUiam. Morgan. 507mi '
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:' T voteS.. .- l.n;t' >(ufj< i"I" iu ttt.,.'onic

een filed *giitil{ $.... ". 1" .
r e: .f .vt. f _' :+ a Q, E. Hill councilman. 53. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01 ''1 I abdve" and ton A' ...d fIiH' and
ifl .By..,. Mn. 'D. C. till, o before -the tHt day of Oct.. 1J57; I I I and you are required iu.. nera
., 4 __ __ ?..' ,* "rr' t 'z/ k. -* 1ote.1L.T fr'! R .. lher"'Jtlt". UJt. .U"'jo '4."e"4U copy ot',bur answer, orpl' >>I .dlnfc\ lalh

INThCNEWI : 4 1i3 .&- &....- .-.-&.. ,&AA&6&- ',. .4.AAA4 -..U... p. Mar councilman, 52 Complalpt lid 'fIy-ou-' will'" -be taken..,.:. as.CQpt_v.ii Attorney.* complaint"1. ,DonalJ.{t.n. < "plajntiffs GH.1ou..Nilte!
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r votes VF. I ':'Jb lJe DDt1: trh.II.to! :(I oll.8j1ed rwfl Smith Bldg.. Jacksonville 2,
.. Jio""beri 'Poiterson Home L Willia'ma, councilman .Tnce each week for tour con..Vutlve Florida.
,' ---"-- --.-. ., ..... -" ., -,. week in the Bradford County intt fa...rtQ rltDa..U,:u'J1ffJ&e) of
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1 -- - --- -lI -- ; 51votes. ,
I .. :1 : '. .. ----R -t1Ni t!: 3t.d, J r m! t. 'f.- CPa', '., the Clerk ot the Circuit Court ;aorbetoTe"

I J&y-s.& B. 1;. .Costellg!!! }.replacing f ?;h: *an3 Mrs; Willarcl 'p li'J ;" I !1 'Fire' ..coraplet 'destroyed the i., Sevgntycpne. .ballots! t .were, ,casJSi.Uie : J952Z Dat4 this'" 17th,- day. 'h.of September 1 11.yt'l"I otherwise The .m1-lTa'th. allfg IIH.-GZ-of Oct: 1J57'juid;

I Mrs ,J. VV. Whitehurst on the children of :Tallahassee: spent the ii i Ji"JJl lJq.IrJP I\.cAf the: Jtp I election! opl half l Qf 'atetf" ; \L" SEAL) Charles A. Dartjirfc"if Complaint! will be taken asjconfess<<: *
-City Clerk office staff. J weekendvfUrMiv and Mrs. of .142 \ "' *h- Circuit Court. ed by you *"" .
; .- ; InT wx atti2.n:;.}f4.ii4ly eiyThursdayrnoriflg I r' I.tere4.. } city\ Er Dorothy- : W! Elland, :This noticeshall Tubl'chfd onceeach

./Mr..and tyrs. W. J. pliyenbaum Dtalt- Green and'Mr. and Mra. Jj. : ... !! fast.:.. wek. I yolers. First. meeting I, ._ of. the newCouncil Deputy Clerk.. vfvtt-'toti ffuu(. f.ij,pottf
Orlando D. Green.- ., .. ... will evening'pet' : 10/11 we'pkilD the Brad:,rd court T.),-
were among the weekend + starting while they were aseep, Tuesday! !! O.H -" .-. .,. .. ". 4
J .guests of Sen. and }Mrs. Mrs.J E. Hardy,and children : I' :i at 7:30 p.: at the city "Mlf\h
C. E. < althoughr.tt1y'! \! were all able tQ .. .. m.. u.. N.fTICF.l'Jt'O ::4Ppran ';:'1I. Dated this 17th day .of September. -
Jefuuu ore Ylai1jn .her-jnp-UJerv. half. .. ..,f. .... j ,.
.. p. get out aafeiy. Circuit r Bradford. ....... ( tr .U T.
I W. Barry in '-f'l..t.UT EaUbab..ry.MLH4W (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Jeir unday.Mra. '
.. .' Bropker on ..S'. The home.-: located jut! j west j'ersonals -ir & .Ll :."*Sflilo i ii 14.,1t.,; .heppard .atsoi. : .- of Highway 301 across from "tije Johnnie' Saxon of... ,Ft. My ers i| ,Herman. ,Schlock.,_ Defendant. (lerfc ot lh rrtsnlt". Court.
Bobby; are visiting- relatives! inGreensboro" } &, vliVnL! i this i week in Hampton -- Case. ''Xo.. 12-391. By Dorothy" W: Eiland. '
.' y 7. --T--ThomasAsaManill- so. :! .(...!IV Appear! Ti > ; Deputy Clark. : <- ;
: 'LORIDATi *K. 'C.'N.Cy Scottof for iendays.Mrs v q\& Ckly. that the. familp was not jvith his. cousins, o'eprge and" BenS.ax6n To:, Herjpaq. gchlock. whose resi- 9/20 !U 111

i ; Mrs.. .J.C.Jones Leeeburgand of. Dae 'cS' ibls.tasave any ot.their .belong- .. and thjeirfaniilifs..- "Mr.Sxoi I Pfl. t& ...... s.., ;"'- .-. 1.S 'k.ot J...

City wera-ovcraigJil.guests- Salur-* Lrig&J. .,_ .... wa's... reared' "inHampton'. ( ..-. --' .... .n- S .- ''- ....-... .-- -- '
: *-<* S .. and this l is his first trip back
day pf..Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bradley : v";'Thejs- pectA to .build a. Jiey ?*> .

THEATRE.v E EJ MuLJajniljt:. Albert.L.* _t._ ..... ....-.t" 4 _. . .. __. -i4ea.iby.pletionj.Mr..ancU and,Mra-until...PatUrfioaimb ,iU .coni| .heref..I4'r.; ,i in arid! T'years.Mrs.,., A. G. Pope ot{, -
\fMilHt Mrs. ;
2 Gregory 'A 1hBradford i- .County--....-. 9l Hosi4tid..:auxflIarys- boa red this_ ee" Eu ent from Sunday _. .
-itf. { G. }
oj Philadelphia!! ,, Pa...a1d! : and 4 .4.M childjea arje .staying.! qwQn Jlte. .J I.
\\1t1r'| : c rtingate! ,pf,acc ptnc> from the' AmeIcanIlsPtja; Assn to 'last week in \ /
Mrs. Wedns4ay
John !
Anderson and son, TEe ::1Ia\CA.Jruit\ .QdAt). l -: PARKIH c
21 ONLY John.. of ,Cocoa.... .were _..weekend t !Jel 1jh&JawlrI.f: toanuiIflaiy:ot Ii Junction. They stayed 'Jor..a fey? 'JJamptgn.\ jyith.their! son-in-law .

BIG PjJJL4E JJEAT.IJUR guests of;Mr. and Mrs. A. W, Anderson 2 1.J.-bed. hospital-'Oo'. ", -te presented....... ...... to %. puxVa4; ? nreSltfpnt;{Ic.?:'.."Ste.. \j jebv days with Mrs. Patterson's, sis;r and'daughter, Jr! and ,Mrs. Ed- -

Sr, !t ..!Hospitaj! MmJnIstraox! Ju 1;J EdnrnnJsz j np. bf: : f ter;.and. /amly! | ,tR gqsteHayes: ; 'atq yV and daughter. :

( Mrs Janie, Avery CarswelJ uadfjCttent !!"!i.flu&npeJrd.L! ::4q. co,l!!'! t.!t t..o.O pJ. who live on Highway 301. ; A2c' .James, .W. Hbrne> Jr. hasbeejrj !

.surgery at .the. .. Alachqa! ,! ffj fUJ\d9L! Pl.rtJp.JIJi.ce! fJ% 1Urs .F.tl9!. !Iel\\) ..Cbristian4buzch! t CaI [;' transferred! recently'! frnni

General Hospital on Monday. !j tAQ"t AJ:1:! ...Virginia: .. mja!, .treasurer, (second from rffiht! ):j'and !.v. ,I,' d Huckss"uan Jeiyer) ,. ;JDoio. to.. pbuglas.! Wyp.
.Joe Harden of and Mrs.
,apclSt v? tlje} l has He ,1s P.Je son> rpf Mr..
f..H 8pto } faurqfa
State Farm have enrolled in 'tfiejr w..BilJ..o a.h.aI1J-'ne.JI Cftlng of the auxiliary. will be on Oct. : .,
W. H ormTof
J. Hampton.wyn
: recently.'\ aUed .a. .new pastor, .
freshman year at Murray State 16.at 0.p.ru-.ia jhe'QIWLA' Club. Mr8. ,, !im7noas esvitation 1e9tDI Ixj. f B jf. ppnalji Hucks qf Jac: sonYijl .'" Matchetf"returned! last

$4 College Murray, Ky. ; .for.all uomejv interested in the welfare .of the, hospital; oatteid. and jie Hwcksi4vf y ek.. .f9r .a ,sljort! : vacation ,with
,a"n4 rsi4qthe ,
E COMING : ... ... ...... t 'I
LSOONJ: Esterbroqk ,
s b a '"0 th Marshall -
hjs i famjly ,
cartridge ,fountain pen. Watch ._ ._ .. _._ I '; 'dt church'parson. University !
HH t before the
'-- 17;; t (> v.'YT; >-- *: -S" t gG Wc: H i, enjerinj 1 ; t'I 1111illi!

j 'JESSE County.for announcement.TclegraatUrrz-zr r Bradlord;. ? !...: frl. J.r.L.\YilardWyun.!. oIge.cSi.IDPl iLUl n >JaPI" ;, 1lf. !1 U9n4Pr,cP.Parws! J.f}
!_u c.k aa re centlx, Jen} Attending
Koch's ,
ef tle Lake- drug spre, .an4! !
> Fprty.ypung.people ,,, } with her parent,. PF. and: Mrs. school' at pgar tBibletipjol-! ) Field fin Hampton.? Yi";
wood 'Pre.sbyteraji ,Jacjcsonville S ickland hag! return jo.
Cljujch} 1L.B..M.cLendoQ-. Also entering the, Universityof ;
in Mo. Mrs. Hucks,
5. <<
ege } .
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who had been on retreat Kq ff: 1 1 k : Friend 0: Mrs; C. A. Futchwill Okla.! also attend Florida I't ..wee for.. -her
the ,Montgomery Conference Misa! ,,Vonce'U .Clardy. pf ?..epjjryslUJs' T9'B!! pvey!, .. : "
.;1 fc: glad to -learn that ih a i ipetig" js ed... Ozark. Bible i College, and tljepougle sophomore year.. ,will ..be. Barba' ... i;-i I -
6ettie- on Crystal. Lake.ovexlhe .spept jyedn.es'dayr to,_$uncday Ajotcffl1 happen ;
I ton| hkely had been in Matchett, ..daughter! Mr. arid! ::
4UID3Ek weekend, attended the, $;undaymorning. last "-eek' with' her 'sister.! \ : fottewiijg.surgerjr only .1 !living _

4 .seryjces at_.!h First Mrs. Sarah, Hunter and familyM : in, tte B radfprd.. County, "Jacksonville1 a short time" Mrs_.,.Marshall Matchett.--I _"

Presbyterian churchf &tailte. They >. /andy. iir \Y.rr; Jackson Hflfpi itaJ.f..! .iast'.jjld.r-f.: ; / :, \ j Sunday evening services it -thf jay .AldeTman) \ spn! of C Mr.:, *and n a parking l hi .

were served sandwiches and end- .....family spent. Sunday at, COMINOrtrjdgejounaii: SO.ONt' IJ!EsteFbEoqR\ cur I-Rey." _, Hucks-s id, Vft ll be; ?4s. 1'. .J.,.Ajdfrjnan, returna |o ,

'' SpriBg Lake. gin with YP.\J&s yvfciifi 6:3( the UniveEsity cflotldll- nexjMpp'day
drinks>hy. Jh e lopal Ypiith 'Fellow P enjVatch < .
following the services. p.-.ni. tqprJp frvic<8 !t 13g; for,Jhig i hir4 tyear. Jle ,-
ship! ?! Mr;: and JHrs.Prank. Laffan fQ flIQWnt, -, Bradford. Whatever : othe.; -othe t i1s
Mr. and Mrs.'Maxle"O11'te-r'Sri\ and three"dl\-ghters\, wer visit 1g C UJ B- Ie&T8.Pb. .. ... ,.. p; nu Otker-jsefyicesj: v1L: .sgn: has .also been"" Attending! ? summer hapoens-"* your-car t *
have had;jas, : guests, ,,Capt. and in 'Jacksonville! Saturday"after- Those 'wh ". attended t Uua.MethodistWSCs tinue 4tt.ihc 'same times as. tz school I,. i oiItl: want'Sutomobile. J insurance that gives ftli&N aIM.

Mrs. C. B. Starling ,of Doctor's ] noon. .. Seminar -in, Buanellon. t tI hav .bun. .Sunday ScbooJ at J10t. : '. protection. Today 1,5.P g2...d.tiipeo| jngkesur'f yoji1!tin
Lakeand Mr and ,Mr&- W. C, m ,and.worship service at'JtaroV .. that Jnvand.talkt with tis|rheri
Mr. and Mrs.J. M. Harrell an4 I .. :Thursday,. were' 'Mra L. 'D. la bfrtBlt GoMrt. Bradford (' ..,? protectionCome over

Saturday Era m augh evening of ,Jacksonville and ,Dr. Albert, QI\{ famjly h \ye .been vacationing) "at : Green! ," ,Mrs. ."C.tD.., William, >!IrJ. ;4 on 'Sunday-. -,& morning.8 .ni.: andTjrajrer on Helen.TUrldaj M. Miles.It ffcfu'rjrr' Plaintiff,'' vs.' John r- no ooli tion for this service. of Course.
Costal Lake for the } meeting- : p. Grother 'Miles., Defendant *
past two : Titu .
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: rMjss Coburn
? .pisori Amy !! -'
Malaterre and. Mra.r Jewell Faulk, .' "t t s t -
weeb. .. Wednesdayevening's case NO. 12-390
ilci./\V: C Blalr7lfrs. S, Haijdpckf Notice T. ": "
of ,J k onviUe'on Sunday 'T Appear ,
.AND Miss J. Sidewalk;' St rert To' ( H C. WAIL% AGENCY
Lu'...Groea- : Cro
Mrs. James R. ChristI Of' Baltimore -. entered her i Mns. Cj JR. .Bradford Mrp.Er John f'r. Miles whose
: :) ii! i residence and address
freshman at i.r,. .:_. .. is: It'State
Md. spending-ten--dayq year Brenau College t: :.K- ...R rrym5in. ,)fr.-' L,. .If. A Stueet. BesUUti( l ; :'JJpsj.-' t STARKE. FLEA
n. J '
"Y2rk' : eakl L1-d'. .
Ga You
v.ith Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, 'iJn pnayjmiiGreen : Whitehead and Mrs. Bertha are bereby potifiecl that a
-3 Sr. .... has entered his freshman !t \JMon W .. 'We ,/ to ..becjiwjpjejed suit 'for Dlyorcj' : Care.. ("ustodt.
... .. Jlnd'Control '
( IMEkp'pig J II Suzanne.and Frances Ford Qf 3c.4a' ,....tb-e I.. hVU1e.LHigi :.Bearc.g, those.& ',J' -- .- fin, WQptei tiis.{ i week! f' .'bo'Ye bai, been" .tJleo-lo 4ga'fIIt.Iou Hitfor Child in, -t etetinA!! Jfte i If artlprd Fire Insurance Company
School, Among attending FSJJ witlTresuIts the"work1'evident "nanreffTourfani
andBuzzv pfj_ cause and
Green will
AiRt their Waldo"i\11tJ'-'sPent\! >Ir the.. weekend Vergie Flynn with, {.tip .sophomore. year: ".-t. U.enter qf thia:: .jrea/.am;.....,. ,.Dou".s.'Nnll'o.' [ throughout- the town.New.id.wikw .a)r ... ,3- s-tf: t-J- tl-J-: .."'.oa' lsllirsi3b.- .... _.--- '. <-, .t. !....'r.nT... -_' ..'."-- .1.

F. this week'.tt Bobbie Jean Oakes.. Nancy Ba & cnncpp.ct.' .
and their brother pouglas Wa- L' \ :; .. .., ------ .
IN t tr stayed with hi'* grandmother, Red Emariuel/.who entered St cs,, MelissaStaUings.,' Jackie ed along ,Division St.. from Na .

iI ;'1rs.i .W, r D .Faxon, while' theIr} Vincent'".uo pU ;.las. Friday for; 1iubbsJerpie: 1;Edwards,, 'Gal}l varre St.. to, the school; and a

parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters observation and treatment, is get. 1,puke andjJackie Cojleyv: .; piepe! of new sidewalk on the Trade Koch's'A

I JOHN LUND spent the weekend in Orlando. tth1aki4g1 BULBS! f eljJI. L.f. l '.LIZ :; esjtie.! 'Youn,! ..was;; palled south side of Navarre in ,front AT .

ORSNG-ETON rfc : ,r.ul r j .!afidlj! I IS CJeanvaJer j'h uralaVi by ofJidwell's.. Three( driveways

t JOHNARCHEF Mr., and -s.tK-Q-, Duncan and Narcissus! Gloriosa, Kathschildianar : ;- \yie death,, olj;: brothr.in: :!l<, ['v..e..r. the sidewalt' we con; ,
daughter\ 'lylargaret .Rose leaveSaturdaj 3L..swr1Wk' .. Franklin John. She will slrycted: at A. C Denniaon's; '

for Athens, 6a.- where! Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wilder of J wiUiMr.J9)ui1 untilj Sunday rwnain Mrs. Verna 'Toung's property; ;. C K'SO I.VIL'L E PRICES I -
Margaret Rose wilk enter her Miami spent, the: Wckend with and ,on the west side of Camp- ,
& ore.year..at.the University\ Mr. and 1Irs.E F. Miles ir.jand M *.. Merifill; .Strutfiajj.d heWs store -all on Navarre St. ...

Mus "Zoom and Itored" Cartoon of Georgia. Mr. andMrsDun Mr. and Mrs.- S. E. Reyes and /jfamijy .Boent unda)[tn}!: .st|. Pajshes were made in sidewalksin i<< tI'r. 1' {

and Chapter" No. 13 can will| go on\..to APl! t.a.. to visit children i :
"VigilantM. their.>,sont anI!. daughter-in-law\ VJttr191J.tr.. Kathy who -enroled at St. and alongside -
and Mrs: J S by Home's ,
". '. i .. Mr. And.Mrs. K. T. Duncan for : Sapp ;Joseph! ; A aden'.j' there, \ ,
Tuesday evening. ; the )().stoffi ice; and! oak tree Three Cell
Sun., Mon.. Sept. 22,.23 a lew days. .? t.Mra Drew Reddish i h1ol: !;a1 Mr\ -'V"\"hOIl\as.eIt. root were removed and -the-sidc- _. .' fo.--J $3.9'5

Mrs Bessie Coffee and Mrr ndSirs. as is employed tgrta/ned I_at'zfi |\irthdar\ r ;partylastjguadayj walks straightened out in several
Walter. Luciw ,oC Jacksonville secretary in the Methodist in. ihe FLASH LIGHT SPiciftis C I 0'
and James, Coffee of Cambridge l.Yrm..pi.ce.00! -Tuesday. :. t' thejr camp' l other places. Value
Scrub for Mr. Thomas' uncle, 9. dirt streets. in i$2.95 i-
.. Avere/Saturday: visi. Thursday: and, Friday mornings.Amo.ng All :: Hamptonwej' With Large .rtead
O. Thomas; pf j[ and levelled in low
astyigp! .FortX- filled : LAMPS
tors of i Mr, and Mrs. J. Pr Dil.| those. entering. of F. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. Av Davis aqd this fall are. Robert Kelly Jim- "three' members' ..of' the. family. and spots, and the .joad; leading(! to Value $1.39 Value l : !

ItHESIORY'Of.FABUlOW'' r.iece, Jackie Colley,.drov to,Tallahassee my> and. Glen. Reddish. Dennis i friendsenjoyed. -the affair.itrS. thc t city dump :west of the. rajlroaij !!- / ....... '" .
l Monday where -Jackje Mathews. Charles Lavefn, Outlaw and chijdreh tracks. got a several layer ; >-

JIWMt WALKER.., entered her sophomore year at Gene Shaw.- Kirkland and .-adifr... ':T/B. Thomas:. job using{broken pieces of t sidewalk ... Only 98e NYLON HOSE

MAYOR Of HEW..YORIC1 FSU.. .. ,( .y BEAT TUB I' lCE wejre' iiT Branford- on> Tuesday; for fill underneath the clay Only $198|
J puy. Andrews sand Bill Grahamleft Smith-Corona visdting!, :Mr. and "Mrs. F. P. topping. 4 New Shades

BEAU' JAMES Sunday,by,plane. .o attend,the able Silent Super;. Port .Hines.- Workmen als, removed .a rotted ? .
:: advauces_
,. Ott. .1..Buy now" for'Chnthuas. .
National Vmerican Legion convention ; out oak tree in front of .
:Ifr. and ilrs. Dillard .
-.- .- SIooNc -in Atlantic City,-,JU.Mr. '. "! .... .Save- ..over. ,. .$.}.-Bradford ;1- _" ..& .. t.Jerry: < f

BOBHOPE-VERAttES! .,_ and!< 4!s. Randal Chitty County Telegraph.Mrs. EusttsJames".At: .l Hanpc'k' -I f Avory Sla4e's home. ,
Contractor for the work, hired CANNON
visited .liii.moUjer 'Mrs. >r. ,F.Chitty Pennsylvania Mr.and Mrp. $12.95
; Mary
Dally' ,and daugljLer Council.
} the
by, City
PAUL DOUGLAS in Pineview-, Hospital, Vadota. |- Dick .Sief/emyant ,of ,(Jaineav le
.. ..o.f .JackqonyilJe l ,. fpnner: wa::. W. Thigpen. Jr. of Starke.OfIcIaI .
Ga last and "will} be guests .of Mr. TOWELS ELECTRIC
I ALOIS SMITH>> .OARIIE. MlGoi1a.w2 Wednesday Starke residents ww visiting .wejpkpqd Election
rArtt1tr&U Sunday*- -- .-... __. friends 8.l1f1.lrs1: : Merritt ?Williams.J ., Tally
..... .!,li lOSt ..w It"ilWillt Slllifltolls. .Lou. Hillendahl.- -, ., conducted-- the. -Mrs. CarLLamar here over. .the .weekend. .. and Mr Jesse Np w.so"e pfficial count; of votes in lastweek's vi9 2 HAIR
_."_.Ioloot._Pi._JlW\I1..._$II _LS Sunday morning,..seryipes at.. the Johns returned and son'. J hn. Mack, drove to Hampton city election I
.. .......... Monday from the Baptist
iii ;J' \019.! .. Creek. rChurch.He were as fpllows:
55Plus.. .4Ys' TCHNalDR' Ojange accompanied; Methodist,by..hiaJan- Memorial 'H pital.whe she 'unde .1 I Mars: : Mack gJlL.! N entered S1 S. his p.it: freshmayear" Jt ,where, : J. H. Parker, mayor! 58 votes.V. FOR: CLIPPERS

'rl : ily :and they visited friends inOcalftJn .,*'Sni,. minor surgery. lat Jph/i "at "Mars'_ Hill! college_ Enjpijte \ H. Maxwell, clerk,' 62 vote
aron and the Rose" theafternopn. Thursday. .. .T
.5gn} ; M;. 'and jfc l'it"Y- 98
Donald Clenny-jof-Chipley. spent FredE. "' VI
> : Sturnp. N\y Yprkthisjek Maj--
the weekend with Mrs. Del Colley I some vijted.Mr.i .tfmd Mrsv 9.95
pa_ business.an(4| ,also
N C. fqrdyf
t .1,' and family.Mr. .I!$cT ,Bolkkip ..te/ipif, -
Tm>!''I.. .Wed. Sept.. 24..251 viW1x bis brother A. WeHs ; i\ ." : -: : .
anlf :Mrs. James Raulerson : :: ITl A FACT ..
Butch Flat
.... of Gainesville.were.weekend'visjtorg '. Stump. .- Bt4i.IJI; yi p, Incra. '. ._ Cut Crew Cuf,

TB[.-KTStLLING NOVEl I & pf Mr. and Mrs. J.':1 Kelly.: Mrs.. L. il Renfroe underwent- Sna1tb. nA..Siknt.: u fPTf- kjj I Top Any Style

f ,,*($.10 THE SCREENJ | oUGM. Mrs. 'TitusOlsonj- -MJak: surgery Wednesday) t the. Bradford able advances Oft.:, Jt,Buy' Bo%y, tQr CANNON ) 4

IG".. Grays .MrL P aoU Bridges,, and County} Hospifcai.! Her .sonand Chrjstma. .;$a yf over, fi-| ttrai- & .- -

.1 iETHIr Mrs. W. J. ,ElLr attended. the daughter-n-awt{ 1.tr.. ai\d ford Cotmty'.Idegrapb.j" t 'A-o / WASH '

Djsjrict Wesleyan Service Guil4 :Mrst -SAm' el,Renf roe, .of f Ifasljvllle -Mrand.Mr&Jerry: Bolden returned ... CLOTHS : $1.49

.Vv2IE. rieetiag- aUUVVffilejLCommun- : Tenn. arrived Tuesday to: to .th w; liomji Ia .:..JOfajofcka c

ity. :-Church! in Gaineswille on be \.\.ithher. ..... .. ; -juesday after spend-: '
: ',.'DUD.SON Lt Sunday. a wk wtcthee-daugbe{ .10" 1L.L DECANTER
Jr..ji4; J.JrliaUl'lc ns
Carter. H. ,. ,
Mr. and Mrs Carl Roberts wee t- X.f.:: Strtithn: :f mily. ; n,) '

f 'D*N '.WYNTER..4 VSIDNET Visiting Me., a4: Mrs.-- E. C.. Rot and "Mrs. Effie Johns, spent the\ .... i1- : .
weekend in Dade.city .and. Itate :.Th ..at.. $..pd1ng.___ the PVCbpistrft. .
erts in ,Paytona Beacl) over the ::; I' \// .t..JOR I .0fl1Y89c
POITIER .I meeting .at ,theThora 9Sj : cv.r
-- .. weekend.. land -visiting ) & Carrie Smith! : _'s 98
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w.nJ" .A.rJno. -
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.." Mr. and Mrs. Walter Master: and 2t.t :'Gam 'l5EM.
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&IIt'or.IW4a ,1 'unIIJ'Ll'1 I '." Friends .ef Mcs.Frankof : I'one.rqy, --"" ... J. .- ..'q.4'p. .i' ..'.": -". .': .
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 'Frank. we.Mrs. .Ik..go .Jp. ..+-
i ...WfliOH.LLL ,. Ja.cKsQaYilgwiilJregfe] t to heir.. ,
-- of, her death on Thursday of last 5. D. Doyle attended the; State : LJlalgy, .sr.. a.-j>eMI ,Vpl9t,
Miss Della RosenbergoJtrs..lafe| habitl..tn1uu" BOTTLE <(Keep Cool or Hot) .
ofthe P let S8c
week.- .. ,. .. ." Fall Cpnferejjce .Bt p.E : 4ori't .
t ttus, "Hoif/ ,,'ood PreniierQ' .BULKS f : .--Tulips" pajfodi- ks" Jn Winter' Haven: j sf week'- Di;f" Ittrs'/Mar&a: : Alea. .. a dMs tradeatiernlly. one. place. If:'you... w.a1! .1 -. .. .
J. "t
(Snapshots t ) NarcissuV ) end.. Madge.... Middleton.-. : ,.. ,. f.- ; '
) Glorifi!!fc.Kathschild .1 ,,and oonipet t s-rrw -
1. 4 ;;: .$2 B8x H AAIETI..l-luBB
Mr. idihpd { ;
; II and t2:: flre :1p JIr RD AYERS Dusting Powder 98c
Ifhur. anar, at Sbtnmk'a. ', Mr. aniL ; .1. P'lo f,1Y H' |flice, visit us. We appreciate ;
f Fri. = 26 21r 5- Ha-S an4 I were in Pensacolajroraday. Wene $\pdf&'jfxf.J'wtJh.g, 1r1i. .
; Sept. and Mrs( Purvis; a. \8, opportunity to servg".you, '
and ilp V B Roystef in JacjchPaat 1.4'
:: 6 amny.of: Oc41a-iW'ilt ie"weekendvisitors. ..to"MonlJaySlt irjg theijson3n4aarr \ we know will
Pfld you
: GARY, COOPER ., Wr:) aod,14rs..G ...3a.le.Mr | I ; .).nd. .da gnter, :S.Jf2 nvUe! ZaJw4. :.-.ti .iU ate the special care we appre-&1yypur WAINWC! BEFORE ASIATIC FLU STRIKES SEE
-- | : and Cabbager- .
---- and,Mrs. Carl Sapp an&sop.Carlu..spenL and Mrs. Joseph N. 'Bekbfi. 3f jDayard 1.

INGRID r 11nthy uLM9 ..t h1nwk .. ... car. -
visited blends in Apal4ch ;; 1. J A.1
day., 'with Mr.: .nd J.trs-John; Benny cola.i9 : )Jr I..a.n.4..Hrs.s.f.. J14iWSANi : Indwos I..f. \.- a I. YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT:: VACCINATION
fAmerican -
BERGMAN t'f 'qe'pot! .
.$ .fnJaytoaileach. f- )1rL rn'3YnPlaUa
EWeJ.pbs..spnt -
FORWHOM app' { : ,- oririnlij. .. .. ... .
ERNEST Mr ,n4 trsr William Hicks pf Mrs.: Mattie qahaganavistufg .witl&., Mr. Ep. pnemen E kA >- *"'0SS'j fill" .. i o. t., I i
t. her relati es...iq J luffton S. fland. Am erlcan _
ndian dU .
Mr. jThe
PEUN6WAY QpjpzLaI1 ... i not. : c \ .
wards 'confined in .t.eho4taI..he .
who.Ia :
THE art L Marvin Ju>sierr of rjwtu: .. Savannah, .Gav this. .week."L1 .. ... tave horses-Sefore-t e' Euro-- }fe, !hat ,3Btt rt4, f harmacistiiJiiiyi! \ : ?rIei t o erveyu_ best. )Ve ca gIve
.j v re' Sunday .visitors of Mr. af d Mr;". .W. Jiarrdl vof 'LM1a1 )Lt. and.rMr.o uj.t9"! peans breugfit :.them' to .this. J:OU 9ek.F d service.j a eliminate, ,$1 any pie -- .work; as- .- ,your'- prescriptions; J are cheeked

0 TOLLS Mrs.. N. P. Joy er.. -.- ia visiting Mra. Henrietta Hung pf fntbez4.w1thA." uiiu aoubie ChecKed WIIH 'uur pharniqts. piiiig your prescriptions to us _j Pay

.. -Sgt, Sand Mrs.' Jerry:, La wsijn for a* month- _. Sou n>Gatei'Ca\jfv.. pC t\ pa.' a.ii&t4g Jfrs. JtaryMajsarQ .. : .less{ and: gd -tIl -best" )Vitb our large ,volume 'fa i Prescription! filling! we buy most

L) TtCNNCOLOI'L and son of. S4zForceaSe. .Plants. : Colhirds and Cabbage-' their .sr9&M.jJaia', ,.. : : % ioXppr .J'PxugsdJrcffrom the. factory. t|iis way. you are' assured of new, fresh
----- Victoria. Texas pent the wee-. tl T drugs for less
K I fl\d. with. hi& -parfnta% 3Tr.d at Sistrunks. vjCarql4J.enniQg9 and..Mrs, Safly' -.. '...iMraa4 FR.'l'AfW&: "- I -.* w nioneKOCH. ., ..I 4.

.-..If -j! Mrs. Ewell L.awsonwhile e route( I : h $ XVP1In\ | 'f.4QW1 ,. jJl H

Phis'"Deep Boo Sea Cort'ocaiNOW to..the .1)rlandD..Aii .Ffljce.,., Base. hr' re.hnia2Lye; ; a+. Brenat leave Sfttuxfey -r nkaj tp.o .

___'_.:l '. . i 1 where h* bas beeR.vtrasf erred.. : Co11t"ae". Gainesville- Oa. accnbined. businesa aad'plep DRUG SToRE
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Drsp-in. and get a a ..3LLi.ndMrs. EuatisMl&: ;; if [ I i Mrs.- ,.Morris- Williams---t"-1S--- aadga sire /tri jiaf i tfi 4it. rw..,. <*_ -a. "
Large Family Size Box $fPoir and son. David. spent. Friday and; i ; hler. f ajmTof Foffi -Y '-_ -., _. '!_M';' p -

Saturday A _CedarKeys.Irst I I It. ,. # /# ii" ; ,,
Corn to take ; and l. visltmiphefrents; .' r. I.- Phone 53
are'" .. ;- .1
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enjoy. :) MJqpf !Pjoskr rGmt '. .. .
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Mr. and Mra. V V. Uazea I week. I Fountain .Pea. TELBOKAWi* r **: -- -- -" ,
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Conner Reviews Policy Changes NotedIn Right Procedure, Holtzendbrf Named" i4L; Smith Named Bewey McPherson, and Clifton Baptist Church will hold a meet- Leslie Sweat and family and ,

Ordering Seedlings Nolan. ing at the home of their teacher Miss Gloria Higginbotham. ,
Assistant Chief Woman Of Year
Noted In
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan vis Mrs. Dorothy Waters on Monday Rev. and Mrs. Lester Taggartof

School ProgramAt Farm Forester Don Championthis Vote Return Policeman B. C. ,Holtzendorf Sr. (Continued from Page 1) ited In Palatka last Thursday, night, Sept. 23, for the purposeof Middleburg were dinner

week .reminded all persons was appointed to the post of as- I with Mrs. Nolan's mother Mrs.I electing officers for the class. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris

interested in placing orders for Prospect of a contested elec- sistant chief by the City Coun projects Is a result of her vital W. A. Cannon and also with '!ra. Elizabeth Edwards visit- and in the afternoon visited

PTA MeetingA pine or cedar seedlings, that tion in t he city clerk's race Tuesday night to succeed Riley interest in Starke. She ia a Mr. and Mrs. H.'R. Carmen. ed her daughter Mrs. Ruby Mailoy with Mr., and Mrs. James Cole-

Oct. 1 is the deadline for ordering Sweat who resigned to take of old Mr. and Mrs.
brought_ about an examination a jobas i member of one the families Buddy Browningof and family in Jacksonville man and new baby.

I''Service from the Florida Forest of election ,laws last week and deputy sheriff. I of Starke.. Her grandfather Jacksonville spent last week- Sunday. Miss Gloria Higginbotham is

review of legislation that has nurseries. The appointment was made on W. T.' Weeks served as clerk of end with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. The baseball game between staying with her mother, Mrs.

again ,put Florida's educational ,' There are f, veral other changes the discovery that incorrect pro- the recommendation of Mayor'W.T. the court for '35 years and her Coleman and family. On Satur- Lawtey and Maxville had to be Leslie Sweat and family and
system among the top-ranking in in the seedling ordering policy cedure has been followed in past Jackson and Police Chief W. E. Weeks t
nother, Mrs. R 'A. was day night they gave a birthday postponed Sunday because of working in Jacksonville.We .
the nation was given at the High this year besides the extensionof Thornton. Jackson said that
I years in canvassing the returns also tremendously active in community supper for Buddy Browning. Mr.
School PTA meeting Tuesday the deadline for placing the Holtzendorf will continue to handle rain.Don't regret that Mrs. Arnold
The Council ,work. and Mrs.
following correct Ray and son
night by Doyle E. Conner, Speaker ; orders, Champion said. The first the narkinp meter- Inh-- in- -RiMi- .I forget about Homecoming Harper is a patient in St. Vin
of the 1957 House of Repre- change is that individual orders procedure as they met aa the ti6n to.his new duties.Methodist : Mrs. Weeks and Mra Smith and Mrs. Louise Eichelson and son which will be held at t he cent's Hospital. Jacksonville. /j
Board of Canvassers !make up 'the only mother-daugh. of Jacksonville also enjoyed the
sentatives. ; Friday, Maxville Miss Parrish taken
for pine seedlings up to 50 thou: Baptist Church on Sun- Patty was
ter combination to serve as pre- occasion ,with them.
To the group of annmmat" sand seedlings will be accepted.dopted a resolution accepting the Men day, October 6. Dinner on the suddenly ill Monday and had to
sidents of the Woman's Club. Classes in
returns of the election Adult Educationwill
70 parents and teachers, the without reduction and individual managersand grounds and all day singing.A be brought home from the Baldwin
Speaker described declaring the winners officially Elect OfficersNew Mrs. Weeks served in this office begin Thursday night Sept.
fumeremtu orders for Red Cedar are limited School.
| big picnic dinner was givenat ,
with industrial l leaders class room! to 5,000 seedlings maximum. elected. twice, in 1913-14 and 1918-20. 18, at the Baldwin High School.
i Kingsley Beach last Saturday _
teachers, PTA representatives The Board was advised in a officers of the Methodist Mrs. Smith attributes. her -accomplishments Anyone wishing to enroll must -

2nd other groups at the 1957 Another change is that full written opinion from City At- Men's Club were elected at, a principally to the be at the Baldwin school on I for the Public Workers at the W. C. T. (/.

session, from which came "the payment for all seedlings ordered torney Arch Thomas Jr. that supper meeting in the Fellowship support and encouragement she Thursday nights at 6:30 p. m.: i Cecil Air Force Bass. Attendingfrom .

finest educational program since must accompany the appli- their powerjv as canvassers were Hall.Those assuming office are has received ,from her family and Mr.: and' Mrs. Red Blackwell Maxville were Mr. and Mrs. ""1F YOU MUST DRINK AND I

the Minimum Foundation Programof cation. The price for pine seedlings restricted to an examination of Tom Slade, president; John friends., A of Mac lenny were Sunday dinner George Brown and f'jnily Mrs. DRIVE DRINK MILK AND t

1947." is stillI per thousand r the returns as prepared by the Torode vice-president; BUI Mathews "Without a great ceai of cooperation guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D Lonnie Harris and family Mr. STAY ALIVE. {!

Conner said that $Jll million seedlings (f.o.b), but the Red 1 inspectors. They were in error secretary-treasurer. cannot and Mrs. N. L. Cannon and
Higginbotham and
Cedar is $8 thousand a person family. In (THE AJUERICAN )
was appropriated for the total now per when they opened the ballot boxes Appointed to the Board of Di- achieve anything" she com I I the afternoon Misses Sally Ann family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur )

school 50 seedlings (f.o.b.). .. .. ... : :
program, representing and examined ballots.In rectors were Lonnie Vming and -- "- -- Wilkinson and son. Mr. and Mrs.
mented. ana jwzaoeui sweat or Aiac-
per cent of the entire appropriation The pine seedlings can be the past the Board would Beecher Payne. ,
Mrs. Smith said that being clenny visited with them.
for the State of Florida durIng either ,
shipped by Express (collect check the ballots for
any pur- named the "Woman of the Year"is Rev. and Mrs. j. E. Newtonof
the next two years. He said ) or by Florida Forest!: Service they saw fit. In his opinion,
that higher teacher salaries, made truck. The delivery fee for Thomas stated that1 after the Boxes RobbedJuke the "most wonderful" thing Lake City former residents i ALVAREZ' STOREZI1jjSellIt I"
1957 have that has happened to her. "It's of Maxville, attended
possible by legislation, the Florida Forest truck will be ballot boxes were sealed ty the boxes were the preaching
solved the teacher shortage problem 35 cents per thousand seedlings inspectors after the election they thieves Sunday nightVh n the best feeling in the world services: at the Maxville Baptist .

in Florida. not to exceed 75 thousand? seed- "can be opened and the ballot two Bradford County establish- she said. Church last Sudnay morning.The .

Conner said that all this was lings per order. The Red Cedar canvassed only upon order of the ments were ,broken into. Maxville Baptist Sunday -

accomplished by means of a tax seedlings will come from our Circuit Court in an election contest Mrs. Emma Bryan School is pretty well holding
Sheriff P. D. Reddish report. Rent ft Trade
program "that" no one has to apol- Munson Nursery and 'are usually proceeding." The key to the ed that nothing else was bothered Taken By DeathMrs. their high attendance record. \

ogize for. delivered by Express Company.For ballot box is kept in a sealed There were 120 'present Sunday ,
In his talk Conner when thieves entered BarrY'sRestaurant
closing further information on envelope by the City Council Emma Gillyard Byran, 72, morning. We invite everyone to
commended the PTA for its partin on south U.S. 301
I placing seedlings orders or to obtain 'chairman. Tuesday attend. Services begin
helping to accomplish this constructive and Kelly's Night Limit, Negrc died at her home in Starke promptly

program. I the necessary applications, night club in Lawtey and robbed morning after an illness of at 10 a. m. Preaching service !

This first meeting of the new!, please contact either your Coun- Deadline Nears the juke boxes. several months.. will be at 11 a.m. :e WORDS OR LESS, One Inotrtloi (MlBlmvm Charge) ___ .'1S

school term was opened with an ty Agent or Farm Forester. The thieves pried open the Mrs.,Bryan was born* in Black- Miss Gnan Thompson of Pa- [EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 ___ _______ 4e Per Word
On Of
devotional Rev. Donald i Ordering shear Ga. on Jan. 8, 1885 and latka and Grill
inspiring by front door to :k% DISCOUNT OX REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD
Recent BirthsMr. enter the restaurant -
Kokomoor.The Pine Seedlings had lived in Starke for about 40 wire dinner guests of Mr. and 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE.

new president, Mrs. L. Hm'ndahl and Mrs. Raymond Win- and entrance' to the 'tight years. She was the widow of the Mrs. Kyle: Cannon and daughter

( presided over the business ters of Florahome announce the County Agent G. Huggins announced ,. club was gained through a. win- late Benjamin Bryan. At the Sunday. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _______ $1.:5: Per tack First laiertloa

session at which time it was voted -I birth of a daughter, Gloria Jean, yesterday that all applications !-dow. time of her death she was residing -' The Intermediate Girls Sunday 1J)0 PER INCH FOR StME AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES!

that dues would remain at 50 on Sept. 15 at Doctor's Hospital.Mr. ,for free seedlingsmust : with her son, Melvin Bryan,
pine JOHNS THANKS VOTERSI School Class of the Maxville CARDS OF THANK. (Up To 50 Words) -- S24
cents a year and that the meet- and Mrs. Jerry Dyal of be filed, by Monday, Sept. deeply appreciate the vote at 412-Paulk St.: I. OVER 80 WORDS __________________ 4 Oat Per Word

ings would start at 7:30 p.m. Starke are the parents of a 20. The applications may be left given me by friends for Besides her son, she is survived. -
my re i I brother John of MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS ____.___ 4 Coats Per Word
by a ,
Additional books for the high daughter, Joan LefJie, born Sept. at the county agent's office or at election to the office of- City j 4' Gillyard I. Starke
Jacksonville and a sister Mrs. .
school library was approved as the the office of Farm Forester Don ,
13 in the Alachua General Hos Clerk. It was my ambition to be
project for the year, to be financed pital. Champion. able to serve the City for the two Lizzie Funeral Fowler of Sanford. Nursery School ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnished NEED TIRES

by donations given on a home Huggins stated that this year years ahead being aware of the services were held apartments for rent. Phone Get 'them now, pay as you rid.
made cake to be given away dur- ial hour was held in the cafeteria those applying. for seedlings must problems confronting our ,City Thursday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockin is now I 165, W. T. Jackson. tfchg Ask for our easy budget terms.
Lacy Conway Sales and Service,
ing the social hour each month. I I I with a committee of 12th grade I ray for half of what they get., If feeling that I ',could be of assist- the.Airpark Baptist Church, of POWER MOWERS FOR RENT Walnut atTiny's Union Pus Station, Starke Fla.

B. W. Payne, high school prin- ', mothers as hostesses. Refreshments -I an applicant pays for 5,000 seed- ance with the knowledge that I which she was a member. The Accepting Enrollments St. Also 66 Service.new mowers 411 S.for Sale. tfchr

cipal, gave a short address of welcome -: were served from an at- lings, he will be given another have of the City's affairs to assist pastor Rev. Lacy Conway officiated !- Pre-School ChildrenAll Easy payment plan. Pay while
to the introduce the decorated table. you mow. Buy ''where you qan PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all
tractively :
group I 5,000 without cost, the agent said. in its progressive growth, Burial in the Ages get service on what you buy. makes and model autos $21.95
:14 new teachers and new librar- I I I It was announced that Mrs. The price of seedlings is $4 per Again I want to sincerely thank was family plot tfcbs and up. Installation free at

ian, and urged all parents to attend I t Charles Darby ''received the cake j thousand, delivered. The free every individual voting for me i i ir Sapp Cemetery near Raiford Shepherd's. tfchc ,
with DeWitt C. Jones We Invite You To Visit Us
PTA meetings regularly. which had been baked and decorated Funeral
I I f are being given again by and hope that my services'will
Following a musical twvwiwi. hvMrs. I as the "Book of Knowl Home in charge of arrangements. WHEN IN NEED OF. FOR SALE S x 8 x II Concrete
1 Container Corporation of America. warrant
,I your approval. Sincerely, Half or Full Time Basis Blocks 18c .each. FOP yard. Mortar -
L. J. Green, a delightful soc edge" by the president. -Carl Johns. TOP SOIL Mix Cement, Sand, Steel and

--- -- Bradford FF A'- erA-- M "" ,, R. wn6W&u.a -... Aluminum mixed concrete.Windows.Pradtord'Also ready Engineering -

I Elect Officers J Mathis' VW VVAA1WYV FILL DIRT Co.Phone 94. tfcbj


See The Amazing Display of Lovely held The.its Bradford first meeting Chapter of, FFA the, OPERATORS ALL TYPESTRACTOR WORKAND WAITRESS 12 noon.. B.WANTED-Apply&: G. Truck Stop tfcng after Restaurant -

571.583 W. Call StreetWRGR
school year last Thursday nightwith
WE HAVE a new loan program for
the election of four' new Light Bulldozing farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years
4:6)1 GREEN STAMP MERCHANDISE for the entire credit requirements -
officers the
: major item of
: W L. THIGPEN, JR. :' ily. Gainesville of the farmer Production and his Credit fam

u ness.Those Bt 2 Box 245-D- Alton Bd Association, CO North Slain
elected: were Rudolph Gainesville, Fla. tfcbg
Sapp president; John Allen

Shadd,. vice president; Freddie ; Starke, Fla. FOR SALE Westlnghouse sink and
dishwasher. Reg. $459.95. Sale
Stephens, Sentinel and Hal Mott, OUR "TENTH ANNIVERIABY price $399.95. This appliance will
cfGreen.StampMobile Chaplain.A 1499 K '0 PHONE 610STARKE RADIOS REPAIRED reduced $5 each week until
All Make All Model sold. Slade Gas Co. tfchff
discussion was held by FLORIDA ......' Ckarg-e r 1Ir.'raate
i nembe ." about( same of the actIvities CBAS. C. SHEPHERD FOR SALE-ty Correct Craft Cabin
S The, Music & News Station OS W. Call St. Start Ph. tt Cruiser 194?. Two bunks, galley
that had taken place 'during In Stark enclosed bud 95 HP. Fully
the month ,vacation. 3% PAID 0V SAVINGS KEY- equipped. Call Welchel, Keystone
three STONE 8T.TE BANK -' KEY- Heights %U%. tfchg
Store. Season TicketsHead Monday, thru Friday FDIC. SERVICE
6:00: Sign on and News
FOR SALE-82 gallon Electric ;Auto Radios. Toasters Irons Fan,
: Coach Lennard Register 6:05 The Clockwatcher Water Heater. Two elements i all small Appliances. Now 1 RCA
announced that 6:30 Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon Good Condition. See at Gay's Victrola Comb. AM-FM Console.
season ticlKts to
"' '. '''' _'A ''' _''' day and Tuesdays only) Pfcone 447
:''If>' -, '''' '< the Tornadoes- football games
: ''..' "'','I' 4"p1JJ.. ". ", :'-'..",':)y": ;;":,'r." .,. 'Ur.: r.1r< .::: :ij.. ,f'. 4'1: I }xii.t *}J. %".t.'".,;.0"'X'- ; < 'tfU''''' will be on sale until Wednesday.They Farm.5 Home sad Bn.Ine.,. Property FOR
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: ____ :I),:' '<. By Mrs. tt B. nolanALALAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Chapel ( rent-To see is to appreciate. 4 RENTALS
t, > k'." "'i'..t.. )! Association) room upstairs apartment. All
:, :,;' A 9:00 Five minute summary of private. Couple only. 310 N. 85 acre farm, two good 1I0.a.
__ Walnut St.. Stark 4tchg 9/!') modern nllh
Mr. and .Mrs James Coleman News o ae mile romvtmlener East of" Lawt.United,.. about Will
Jeanie .9:05 The Chatterbox with Betty EUSINESS OPPORTITXITY reat bonnes with
have given the name WANTED Interested party to or vrllhoBt farm.
Elaine] to their daughter who. was Gray handle marine products. sAles and
t tt born September 8th. 10:00: Cedric Adams Show service In Starke and surroundingarea. FLORIDA REALTY CO.
Reply: Box 823-M. c/o BrAdford -
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10.30 Music For The Missus Of Starke
J We are glad to report that Rev. Co. Telegraph Starke.
walL Herbert Higdon, pastor of the 11:00 Five minute summary of 4tchg: II//) 116 N. Walnut Starke.St. Fla. TeL 2IJ

:: iDon't Long Branch Baptist Church, is Newa I .

V getting along nicely after a 11:05 Music ForThe: Missus FOR SALE-PensAcola Grass $20 CIRCULATING OIL HEATERS
per 100. J. W, Brownlee. Brown- CLEANED-10
11:30 Farm years experience.
recent operation. Roundup Ice Road. 3tp 9/20 Call JM.. Allen at Denmark Furniture
---- Friends of Miss Mary Wilkes 12:0.0 Public Service Co. 151 or. write Rt. 1, Box-
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will regret to learn that:she is 12:15 Second News, of The World WANTED RESPONSIBLE MAN to tfchg

confmed to her home with an at- ,Roundup take care of farm. See Gus Kop- FOR BENT-Two modern
elousos. Guidon or Garden
tack of appendicitis.We 12:30 Weather Around The Na 3t a/20 ed boulIU |IS to |5 per month.
miss this
seeing "store-on-wheels" attractively arranged to show you the vast,collection regret that Mrs.,J. C. Hig- tion W.Heights.S. Sibley, phone JS52 Keystone

of high-quality & H. Gretn Stamp merchandise. Courteous attendants will be on hand to answer ginbotham is ill with yellow jaun- 12:35: The Perry Van Show FOR Mrs.RENT-Store Martin Martin's Building.Fruit Inquire Shop. 4tp /27

dice and wish her a speedy re 1:00 Five minute of tfchg
your questions about America's oldest! best summary FOR RENT-Three bedroom
known savings plan. The plan that redeems more covery. News Large living room, dining apart.zuent.

stamps than all! other plans combined. The whole family will enjoy this unique "Store On Wheels." Others on the sick list this week 4:05 .Chuck Denton Show FOR furniture.SALE CHEAP-Five Good shape.rooms Eugene of room Telephone and InstAlled.kitchen. Gas heat.

are Doss Higginbotham, Mrs. 2:00 Five minute of Goodge. Rt. 1, Box 116, Starke.Itp 49 W. Jefferson 'Call U.W.
It will be open for your ins ection. summary __ St. ttc 'gULESLADY'
.Dan Parrish Sidney Harris, Leal- News .

I er Harris, Gloria Cannon Mrs. S 2:05: The Perry Van Show HOUSE ,FOR RENT-Inquire Urlok WANTED_Unit be
experienced and
At Harry Padgett Mary Kilgore and 3:00 Five minute summary of Pus Station. tfchg Experienced only.1 Nick's to work.Fruit

Susie Harris. News '49 STUDEBAKER Champ. Convert- Stand. Ztp 9/20
WIN N 0 I i Mr. and Mrs. ible. Radio. beater and overdrive:
Your X I STORE Arthur Wilkin- 3:05: The Perry Van Show Must sell Immediately.. H. Lawrence I :JTRA YED-One dark bay horse
S son and :Mrs. Ed Harris of Jacksonville 4:00: Five .minute summary of Camp Immokalee Rd., Key- i with small white spot on fore-
visited :Mrs. J. C. Nolan News stone Heights Box 467. Itp head. Height 900 to 1000 Ibs. Re
'and family last Friday. ward. Pete Griffls, Rt. 1, Box 154.
4:05. At Your. Request FOR RENT-New 2-bedroom furnished Ztp 9/20
I. The younger set enjoyed the 6:00: WRGR News Parade house. Pinehaven Suhdlvision. -

'I i. S STARKE skating party which was held at (World and National) Telephone 501-L. Itp WILL dren KEEP-Two while mothers or three chil-
works Mrs.
the 'Maxville Civic Club last Friday 6:30 ,8 P. M. What-A-Burger FOR SALE-36" Roy Rose Ga W. C. Lovell 741 S. Orange St.
night The adimission chargewas Range. Good condition $35.00. Up
Can be seen at 227 N. Polk St.
I I ten cents and they skated 6:30: Revolving Bandstand A.k for W. O.. Collins. Itchg
September 26-27-28 for a couple of hours. Next Friday 7:00 NEWSIC (News and Mil- FOR SALE MaytagWrnrr REAL ESTATE

night there will be another.We sic) Washer. Good condition. $35.00. t mite ,.Uil.'I.t. cr Kligiley
invite more of to come 8:00 Phone 481-L or can see on Brooker Lake SWKUM f... the three. Two
you : Sign Off E. M. Pre- Iota JH.t sot of Iowa. 1730.00 eaeh.
Rd, Rt. 2. ask for
The "store-on-wheels"
.5 is designed to assist eusiw out ,and join In the fun. Saturday vatt Itchg i
Three bed room home i. Storks.jew. .
mers who live more than 20 miles away. from, a redemption The Junior Class of Baldwin Same: schedule as above except FOR SALE-BabY Grand PJano and paved' .st'et city tllltlrs..
High School is sponsoring a 1 to 6 p. m. Road Show I 'dining room suite. Apply resl- 910,60040. Very attractive terau.
center. Select your merchandise from the 4D"".., Tl Ranoho Motel. Itoter
magazine drive which will end Sunday I Commercial sites aad fBvestmeatproperties

gifts on display then place your order with one of r on Monday Sept. 23. If you planto 7:30 Sign On Religious programs FOR RENT Three room furnished sad S..th of faelB Starke.*, V. 8. 301. North
decorated upstairs apart
: S the attendants who will be ready to serve 'subscribe please contact any untO '1:00 p. .m. newly ment. Private bath and eritranre. -
you.Don't 1:00 6:00 in. :848 acre tract .f..... well
of the juniors' living in Maxville to : p. The Sun- Reasonable. Call Mrs. built k.ae Urge
Torode at 440W.WAREHOUSE tltl frigate lake. Priced
and help their class out. day, Show right with attractive terms.
Miss This Opportunity! \ 6:00 to 8:00 p. m. See Schedule FOR RENT-Telephone -
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real estate
attended the Baldwin PTA reception -
HOUSE! FOR RENT-Unfurnished.
; Shop Winn-Dixie..For Friendly Courteous Service! at the Baldwin High ('"T1 4091. 3tchg 10/4 .REALTY. CO.
School gmy last
Thursday LOTS FOR. SALE-Ctty water OFFICE FOR RENT He*t and air I OP STABKE
night They were Mesdames Mfl- and sewer. can J-,L. Andrews, condition furnished., Will finishto --- .
lard Padgett suit tenant. Cbarley Johns 118 W. WaUt ',,/, Tel. 38Si
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In New Nursery Orchard VYyWYYTYVYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYVYYYYYYV

Home Demonstration

:: Prime Pines /J'c ,Notes

Pampered .... ,
.. m ma E ,J 1 DOROTHY ROSS

I "Pine tr.ces are becoming like I ,/ ...; ti Home Demonstration Agent4H

, ... a row Ctjp"; Wayne Haines, area Soil Conservation
-- record books. of repre- case ia worn out near to closed
forester for Container -- ___
Corporationof N-E-W-S sentative projects were judged end cut off about three inches
America declared last week.
tHis last week and here is Patricia and punch holes in center of

remarks were brought ontoy By Bill Haas Pellum's. story of her clothing closed end. Slip .on coat hangeras By Ceo. T. Hu(gta
an inspection of two
new pro- Soil Conservation. Service a cover for coat hanger. It County Agent
grams recently established by work.MY
Container CLOTHING STORY keeps rust off clothes. --
in Bradford County a
pine tree nursery and a seed or- _______ The Board of Supervisors for By Patricia Pellum APPLES HISTORY Plant Clover This Fall? | ember, and 60,000 in October.
chard. the Bradford Soil Conservation When i: first entered a 4-H :Most people think of applesand Looks like. moisture might be The increase is not quite as fast

With these District held their regular monthly clothing project I was doing the apple pies typically American favorable for planting White during winter months.
new enterprises the
! pine tree industry can indeed cultivate meeting at Lloyd Green's home. handwork on garmenta my aa we- produce more I Dutch Clover this year. Fall There are a number of pro

and care for pine trees Supervisors present were J. B. mother made for sister herself, of both than any other country.I droughts have limited such prac- ducts on the market to kill wee-

much as other crops are raised, White, Lloyd Green, Sam McGar- and me. I also hemmed dish Actually the .fruit is an immi- tice for the past few years. vils. The best job is done when

even to the extent of controlling vey and Foster Shi Smith; Secretary towels and dresser scarves. grant. It came with the early According to grazing trials at your' crib is air-tight. There is

the quality of the seeds. | G. T. Huggins Don Chain The first thing I made that I.. settlers from Europe. the West Florida Experiment not much use in you growing

In the nursery located off of pion, Florida Forest Service, and l could wear was a skirt and At the. time of the discoveryof Station, good clover in your pas- several acres of.com just for

the Brooker toad about half way I Bill Haas, Soil. Conservatior I blouse when I was 12 years old America, apples were the ture mixture is of equal or greater weevils.
Good Garden Information
between Container's Bradford Service. Mother and I bought the ma- leading cultivated fruit of central value than the application of

County headquarters and Brook- I -.Due to the. continued. .. missus- *I: terial at the dime store. and northern Europe so the 100 pounds of pure nitrogen. Grow YOUR OWN of VEGETABLES Bulletin

ez", the first growth of young trees 12'4 01: equipment ana. tne increased The next year I made three Engish settlers brought them to During 1956 rates of 50, 100 is the title the
lepair costs the Board voted to I Number 52 just..released by
are now several inches high and school dresses. After that yearI Virginia and New Engand the and 200'pounds of nitrogen to State Department of Agriculture.It .
change the rental rate of all
in a few months will be ready to began to make more and more Dutch ,to New York and the grass pasture resulted in beef
I the garden
equipment to 50 cents covers
reset to grow into the timber- per acre of my clothes. Since I started French to Canada. gains 'of 331, 476 and 581 pounds from first thoughts of hav-

lands of tomorrow.The 'Nurseryman J. C. (Jake) Fouler !stops! to examine some of the and from change$3 to the$5. minimum The Board charge also seing, I have made 57 garments Later apple plantings from respectively, from April 23 to ing a your garden to complete harvest.

seedlings about three anda three and a half million trees in the Container Corporation's new voted to require a $3 deposit on and 23 articles. Thirty-six of the seeds moved west faster than Sept. 15.Pastures. Colored pictures of insects and

half million of them, were nursery near Brooker.. the fertilizer spreader The deposit garments were made last year. the white settlers. Some Indian having adapted cloveras disease, add greatly to the valueof

planted in March and since then _ will be applied on the bill The clothes I have made were tribes planted trees near their I' the only source of nitrogen!' this bulletin. It is free to you,

have received constant care under if the spreader is cleaned and for my sister mother and my- villages. John Chapma.n a journeying to the growing plants produced but you do have' to ask for' it.

the supervision' of nursery- oiled the deposit will be for- self. The thing I made ranged missionary known as 510 pounds of beef per acre. I'eran Tree Worms

man J. C. Fowler. An irrigation oiled when returned. If the from shorts, night gown and "Johnny Apnleseed"? traveled on I White Dutch ,clover is seeded F webworms have had a

system has been set up with .overhead spreader is not cleaned and negligee to a lined wool suit anda foot over Ohio and Indiana earlyin usually early in October. Limingand feast on pecan trees. There has
tertilizer conditions must be
sprinklers delivering waterto feited. The Board would like to formal for my sister. Things the 1800's planting apples as i been' a question as to the economy -
treated. We would like to discuss
the young trees from a nearby impress ,on the peoples' mind that that I made for my home were he preached. detailed planting conditions withyou of spraying to kill the wqrm

deep lake. The seedlings are this equipment was bought with bed spread and dust ruffle of Fruit Crumble, with the present pecan crop as
; a if. you are not familiar with
Sprayed to combat fungus and II their money and if they missuse I feed sacks, a couch cover, and This is a delicious and easy clover: planting it is.
crews periodically rid the four I procedures. 'Folks with few trees and a
they are just :
throwing away of curtain to
and half several pairs way prepare Apples for your Get Gas Tax Refund!
a acre growing area of their The number of folks In town con-
own money. equipment About $303 was saved last family and special occasions. September 30 is the cut-off dateto
weeds. Most of the.weeds are killed a available is: grain drill, fertilizerpreader cerned with the trees as a sourca
I with chemicals year by making clothes for my RECIPE: one-half cup sifted file your application for three .
with the rest E TWW"p' of shade have been spraying.The
chopper. rotary mower,
t pulled by hand. 4 ti x4 : ____ and seeder cultipacker. All this famiI)". flour, three-fourths cup nonfat I cents per gallon Federal refund on most commonly used ,ma-

1 The nursery was placed back equipment is on rubber tires and This past May when Starke dry milk 3 tablespoons sugar. I farm gasoline used from July 1, terial "is DDT at the rate of three

in the woods off of the highway can be pulled on the highway.Don was having a Centennial, I one-fourth teaspoon nutmeg, 1 1956 through June 30, 1957. pounds of 50 per cent wettable
All do is enter the
: because of the. suitability of the Champion, Farm Foresterfor started making Centennial dresses teaspoon cinnamon, one-fourth you powder to 100 gallons of water.

soil on the site for growing pine Bradford County discussed .for people in town. After the teaspoon salt. one-third cup but- gallons used and sign your For smaller amounts of spray
name and address card
on a
trees Haines said instead of be- the forestry problems and tim Centennial was over I continuedto ter or margarine, 3 cups sliced you you may purchase straight 5 per
can get from our office.If .
ing placed in a spot ideally situ- ber sales in Bradford County.The make clothes for other peo- apples pears, peaches or berries. not in cent 'material. A good coverageIs '

ated for display purposes as most need for collecting Slash ple.> The sewing has been mostly Mix flour nonfat dry milk, the you State are refund participating, important and with enough

nurseries The Pine also stressed.A school clothes.I program you pressure to break through .the
are. soil in the area cones was I sugar nutmeg salt and cinna- can apply for a refund permit
is the best that have given five talks and web.
could be found '
mon. Cut shortening in with and at the end of the calendar
for the pine trees Haines said. complete soil and water conservation demonstrations on clothing to pastry blender or two knives until year pick up another four cents Next Meeting Important

An annual production of six This! tree being checked by Container's area forester Wa'neIfaines farm plan was deliveredl my 4-H club and the Home Demonstration mixture is crumbly. Arrange per gallon. You are not eligiblefor The September 'meeting of the

million trees is planned for the W. M. (Willie) Reddish. Willieis :County Council. I shallow this state after Cattlemen and Farm Bureau maybe
will be one of the 500 select type trees in the seed orchard l fruit in well-greased refund until
!, with this using Pensacola Bahia for his: have also helped the younger : held Brooker on the nightof
I have refund
nursery goal
expected dish. with
which will! !supply! seed for future reforestation.. baking Sprinkle fruit you your permit.
; to be reached in the next two permanent pasture grass, and is girls with their sewing. flour mixture Cover and bake in Come see us or talk to your the 27th If It is we will havea

years. The capacity will be increased .' using: Giant Striata Crotarariafor The clothing project is my moderate oven '((350 degrees F.) dealer about these programs. program on winter feeding of

l; by 50 per cent next year !wide open strips between }Jt and now becoming? more prevalent a cover crop in his corn. favorite 4-H project and it has about 15 to 25 minutes or until Three 3Ionths-60.000 livestock. It will ,be. a program. .
the woods the the trees are set out on of interest to anybody who has
and another increase will follow bordering pasture. young helped me in many ways, not fruit is' tender.' Remove cover Have you ever wondered just ?
the next year. When the six million This, was done, Haines said to specially prepared ground justas Paul Parker V. R. Ferguson, only financially but also to be minutes how so many weevils get into cattle or hogs, After the main
the farmer sets out agricultural Tom Graves Pat A. Miller and and bake longer or topic is discussed, can ask
mark is reached, pine tree preserve a quality strain in the more patient and to complete a your corn? I read recently that you
until crumbs are brown. :
beds will cover about 10 acres. orchard by preventing cross-poll crops. Red Martin used the District's I an adult weevil lives on an aver- questions that. will apply to your
: of the in spreader to fertilize their 'perm- task.HOUSEHOLD 6 servings. (If fruit is very sour own farm.
Many seedlings now
Though great: care is taken of ination with inferior trees in the HINTS age of four to' five months but

the young pines in the nursery./\woods. To do this it is requiredthat the nursery will be planted in a mament pasture. .. By Sirs. II. J. Kucera, sprinkle sugar over' it first.) during that time, each female

the >producing straight 600 foot open strips surroundthe plot oiuSR-100 south of, Starke ; Cut off worn1'out pillow cases Your? hpme ,canned fruits may .lays 300 and 400 eggs. 1'OU'LL-LO\'E the new Eaten

.. large trees begins even before orchard. As an added pre- which has been plowed, harrowed Complete Soil and Water Conservation about 14 inches from closed be used.: Drain off syrup cover The report further stated tha\ brook UI'Se-ItIze 'fountain pens la
and fertilized for the past several Farm Plans were received with crumb topping and bake .
caution will be if in crib there were two
the seeds loblolly pines your
into the
are ground. end. Punch a hole in center of pastel shades. Only f 3.09 at Brad
With the establishment of the planted in the woods borderingthe weeks in, preparation for for the farms of V. S': uncovered in 350 ,degree oven until weevils in July, there would be ,
closed end.
seed orchard on a five acre plot, pasture. The loblollys will not them. Planting of seedlings beginsin Rhoder, Martin A. Paulson, W. Use as a dust cover topping .s. brown. 1,200 in August; 40,000 in Sep- ford County Telegraph.JyOufpasthreszcaflShOfYoll .
best dresses.
over your If pillow .
a few miles southwest of Graham cross pollinate with. slash pines, November and continues H Smith Doyle Conner, and E. : I ----- L.

the Container people have the variety planted in the orchard. through February.With M. Prevail. ,These plans make

launched a program of producing The "daddy" trees, the prime the institution of all of suggestions on how to improve EXTENSION ECONOMIST

quality seeds for their pine trees.In specimens in the woods from these new modem practices into growing conditions for the different -

the past for their seed they which the graftings were taken the business Corp. of is working forestry, toward the Container a- I types of crops that are SUGGESTS THAT EVERY { : W'H'V

have depended on individuals will be protected from thewoodsmen's i planted on the farms.
goal of straighter, sounder trees FARMER MAKE A WILL
bringing in pine cones from the axes and saws so .
which will enable them to produce .
woods not knowing what typeo that more trees can be obtained 'I Marvin Rosier Lonnie Craw "Make a will", is the suggestion -
tree the cone came from. from them if needed or desired. a better product 'more effi- ford and Freeman Register used given Florida farm peopleby .

But in the seed orchard, only When the trees are grown and iciently.By the District's rotocycle mower to Dr.. C. C. Moxley associate "!....Un'ZF. ",..:(-:0.,;,...,
the highest quality of trees are producing seed the cones will be controlling the quality of control weed growth on their ecomonist with the Agricultural : ..t\*!l".,lf' ;, ',V"
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seed and caring for the plant the '"
taken to a cone drying plant farms. Extension '
being raised grafted from the Service.He ;:h
I which has already been constructed company expects to eliminate 'ft
most select type of pines that v> 't '
quality trees from its for- The other Arthur says that the .....
.: at the nursery. poor day McRay j\ t .;. ,
the forester could find in > '"
the ests. Trees will acquire the characteristics told his taking South as a whole about four ,, \t..', 1.W'it. ..;.
me cows were sure s
woods. Haines estimated that After they have dried sufficiently ,. msfm
farm out of five die without
I of its predecessors, Giant rSl ".
to the Striata Crotal-
tree in will be taken to I : .f.'
only one a million was they a ;. :
Haines said. A unsound making a will. In a study of 42 ..
knotty .
aria he planted. Arthur said, "At ,F :' "
I considered of sufficient I seed extracting plant scheduled ] "-14 "
quality ..
tree will produce similar estates that was covered by legal :" .}... ...--,
for a grafting from it to be used to be constructed by the middleof I I young first my cows wouldn't eat that !:...k>'r .1.ji.l
I' I trees. That is the reason for the but in little while will there was only one '*'.
in the seed orchard.No December. After the seeds crotalaria a tt&l
i great care in obtaining seeds from case in which disposition of the : ", .
seeds have yet been pro- have been taken out of the cones they sure started to clean it up." ?*'''' 4c
duced in the Bradford County they will be stored until plantingtime only prime, quality trees. C. B. Blickensderfer Plant I property was identical to that ;,1.t t.f.t; 1v"""%.,'. t z r\ll1'

seed orchard since the graftingswere in March. Another feature of good timber i Material Specialist With the Soil which would have taken place if V..::. ;: ; : i4x : :

made only in February Seeds from the Nassau seed which the paper and pulp companies Conservation Service visited the owner had died interstate ,,.!,>!!'; t k : I '* S 4 .-'
Haines are trying to preserve in (without a will). Farms of manyof l .: *1.T I -, _______ -4kM -
said but in the future orchard will also be planted in Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- .1 : forestry program almost all of the Bradford nursery Haines their research into new methodsis trict. The Soil Conservation Service those who died interstate was : ', 1':>.,.y"'."t"7..''.:.'tJ ; __ .

the seed will come from seed or- said but the seedlings producedfrom a high specific gravity. This has a program designed to divided into tracts too small to ...' ; g.M....IT r ,--1.:Tj' I'' _' frs _
.jil< .TBli itl-r
chards here and in Nassau Coun- these seeds will be returnedto means that the wood fibers are find new plants for use in its be operated as economic units. -4
more compact and sound, pro- For example, in the settlementof
ty.The County for resetting program. It has a program V8 I b
seed orchard is a pioneer while the trees grown from ducing said. better products Haines which is aimed at finding new 15 estates the land was subdivided .

venture with the one in Bradford Bradford County s'cdsill re- "Bradford County trees have uses for the plants it now has into 67 tracts. .

County among the first in the main in Bradford County. Two higher," Haines than average said specific gravity the- and also to find a better use for Dr. Moxley urges that the advice

United States. The orchard esta- million of the three and a half "among of a lawyer be sought in
highest in the state." those same plants. RAINBOW)
bUshed by Container in Nassau million in the
seedlings nursery situation
Some of the plants we are now making a will. 'Your ,

County the Southeast.At last year. was the first in will stay in the county. sery These and new seed programs orchard, show the that nur- hunting are large vigorous, an- like every other person's is different .
This is
done because better results le- and should have special
nual or perennial, grasses or
the forestry no longer a chance
present time the Brad-
are obtained from trees attention individual basis
ford business of getting trees where gumea which will produce large on .an

small County trees planted orchard 25 contains feet apart 354, which, Haines stay in said.their original locality they can be found stripping the quantities of high quality out by a qualified lawyer", he said. makes the BIG DIFFERENCE

with plans calling for an increase forests then getting out, but a feed or ensilage. We need peren- He then points out that in -- -

to 500 trees by this time next Even after the trees leave the,I scientific business in which new nial legumes which will grow in Florida the surviving widow (or

year. It was purposely plantedin nursery they are not placed in i I methods are being worked out, to combination with forage or past- widower)_ and lineal descendantsall

the middle of a pasture with In the the woods modem to fend for themselves. I insure .future quality. and quant- ure grasses.. We especially need share equally in inheritable ''Rainbow Premium Plant Food contain. differ*

forestry methods ity crops. winter growing forage plants personal and real non-homestead ent sources and. kinds of nutrients. that 1Jour'I'

YTYTTTTYYYTYYTYTYfYYTYTT"HEIL6RONN Mr. and Mrs: Morris Carter VYYYYYTYYTYYYTTYYYYTYTT* which grow without irrigation property provided the widow ...... pastures need fov -
and does not elect dower. If she Jlt.
son, and :Mrs. Effie Carter .
were : e'lepts dower, she receives one- b Produce faster growth ;
in Ft.
PINE LEVELby Mrs. A. F. Hall and children of w'N .
Pierce last weekend. Jacksonville and Mrs. V. E. third of the estate free of estate N It.t.. Develop greener, higher protein forage, :

Uj Mrs. Ancel NormanMr. and baby of Starke visited relatives 1\1 rs. II. :M: McIiaeYYvYmyvyyvyvyyyyyyvyv Thornton and children of Starke. costs and expenses. Pt t Provide more grazing days ,- g*

A A.A.AA .. in Ft. Myers and other Monday afternoon visitors were .. \\1n..property. descends and "-.Jua_ _a__ _:tf. ___- t..r_.... A.__ .;..
is oistnoutea among a descend m riouutc muic LULUS, niuic uwu;; jcw 61.\".
Mr. and Mrs.
Norman I the Robert Myricks of Starke. .
ant's children distinction in : I..
no hardiness
and Mrs. J, R. Adkins of places in the Everglades last The young people of Pine Mr. and Mrs Robert Starlingand sharing is made between adult \ Develop winter

Kansas City, Mo. stopped for a weekend. On their return home Level Church and others attended children, and Mrs. Starling's and minor children. Surviving o 'j: t Make more profit for. ya\,. !1
t .i
few visit with the Youth Fellowship meetingat mother, Mrs. Cheshier, visited
days their uncle .
they were supper guests of the children may have been mothered -
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Branford last Friday night. relatives in Palatka last Sunday. -
Ancel Normans by the surviving widow or bya
White They were enroute to Cypress Sunday night. Rev. and Mrs. Hall spent :Monday Rev. and Mrs. Hall visited< former wife of the decedent, .. EVERY I INGREDIENT IN RAINBOW

Gardens and other pointsof Mr. and Mra Raleigh Gil- of last week with their son- friends in Orlando Thursday of or may include legally adopted 1 SERVES A PURPOSE .

interest in South Florida. lyard and Air. and Mrs. Tommie in-law and daughter, Rev. and last week. children.If any ......

Mrs. Bessie Steeley of West Williams and children of Daytona ,: Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and son atHilliard. Sunday afternoon visitors of there is no surviving St ..d For example. Nitrogea that's fast acting and LtrOgerd

Palm Beach is visiting her Beach were visiting relatives,! We are sorry to report the A. J. Fenders were Mr. and the is distributed spouse is slowly available during the full graving lesion. Sulphur!

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. here 1 I that Rev. Murrhee is still suf- Mrs. A. L. Batten and family of] property p and Phosphorus for plant' color root and Item development!

and Mrs. c. 1[. Burnett of the i Sunday.Mr. I fering with his hand after getting Theressa and Mr. and Mrs. Earl' among the lineal descendants a ,. and seed production. Magnesium'and Cafctora for growth,

State Farm. and Mrs. J. B. McKennonof I some fingers cut off with a Goodman of Starke. I' surviving spouse receives all the health and strength. Potassium for sturdy powtht. 0 a othor. '
Mrs. Lois Hinson and baby of Pierson Ga. spent the, week- saw while working.Mr. Misses Pansy and Joyce inheritable property. J P! rV>' .' "

Jacksonville spent Sunday with end with Mrs. W. C. Clemons. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and Crosby of Jacksonville spent! When none of the foregoing :- : -

her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. E. C. Mrs. Darrell Edwards and family, and Mrs. Fender's father, Saturday night here with their be conditions exist tee estate shall
divided into
Johns. R. L. Batten 'of Theressa, were parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. equal portions, i iI I Efl4
baby spent Thursday of last one of which shall to the
go paternal
Carl Rosier is spending some among those attending the 15th Crosby. I 4,9 IMTERNATIONAM1NiAt1'tIJi :
week with her the ,An and the other to the maternal -
here with his .parents, Mr. and wedding anniversary of Mrs.
Mrs. J. M. Rosier. eel Normans. Fender's brother and sister-in- kindred. If the deceased : & CHEMICAL CORPORATION
THE RIGHT leaves no relatives on his side,
POINT for the :
Mrs. E. C. Johns was visitingher Leroy Carmichael of West law Mr. and Mrs... C.: E. Batten '
the relatives of the deceased
brother, Oscar McCormickof at their home in Jacksonvillelast way yon wrIte Come In.and select SO NORTH WACKR CHICAGO 01MULBERRY .. !&
receive If
Palm Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. I spouse the property, .

Jacksonville. Wednesday of Freeman and Mrs. Friday night. favorite.ESTEBBROOE there are no relatives 'on either .. /" .,' 1:
Car- your
last week. Mr. Crosby ojthe .
McCormick has Dinner guests H, M. Mc- '
< Side! the property: reverts to the = JACKSONVILLE PENSACOLA FLA
been ill for some time. michael last weekend. Raes last Sunday were llr. .and Fountain. p ii.. .TELEGKAPH Itate. ; ,

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; T TTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY ing his sons, George and Larry, ding families and the Earl Mos- Tallahassee with Mr.: sand :Mrs. ance with plans, specifications and S NOTICE OP INTENTIONTO or before the ley in the above named Court and
contract documents which: be REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 30 day of September. 1957: cause, and you are hereby sum.
at the borne of Mr. and Mre. Bud leys. J.. A POJ may
: : ; ],$ .Amtli1.n.W.v.,_ examined *t the Office, of. UttSuperintendent. Notice U !i.J'i" l' t, JttJtt otherwise' the allegations of said :moned. ordered and required to
F Danson. Mr. and :Mrs. D. R. Stone and Mrp Glen Shuford\ and Mrs.Sam .* S undersigned, under the provisionsof petition will be taken as confessed file your written answer or defenses -
Wilkerson and Hicks: ,wer shopping in Jackson- Bidder's' qualifications must. be Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida" b7yo S.- ,[ ,, t9 the Complaint in said
Mrs James family of Jacksonville were visiting satisfactory to the Board of Public Acts ot 1311, will registerwitb' the I 'This *etle. shall he published cause in the office of the undersigned -
By MM. Joyce T. Futch family ,of Jacksonville spent the the D. A. Jones family last Yin? 9)) 7say. Instructions .tt Bradford au.oiy.;Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and once each week for four eoniecutlv Clerk of the Circuit Court
: 1 The New River'Associational The Poard of Public Instruction for Bradford County, .Florida upon weeks in the Bradford Conaty. 'i4. at starfce. Bradford Cpunjy, Florida;
with Mr. Mrs. An-
1 weekend.Mr. Bradford County, Florida reserve receipt of proof of publication cf graph on x r Before the 2Tth da/ of Sep.
' : a i AA&A&4 &A&'A"A' drew Wilkerson and family. : and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt: Hymn; Sing was held at the First the Tight-Jo waive, Informalities jn: this notice. the fictitious name of Dated this 28 l1aof.-S August,. tember AJ. 1957 and to serve aoopy
Baptist Church on 'Sunday..Under any bid and to. reject any',or all 'Temple Motel under which we are 1957. thereof :en "I'heree11, -
i Tjtty and Buster Bennett o( MrS., Lee Green and MissGene'a and family had a$ guess, during the able of bids.. 4 engaged in business at N. Temple (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A.Darby J&. plaintiffs attorney. bpse ad-
,'. Jimmy Fla. Clarkof the Circuit: Coart dress is: P. O. Drawer nl",Starke
Tityvjlle, spent the weekend ,Green visited Mr. and flU It /29 Ate., Starke
weekend :Mr. and
Mrs. Walte
the Crosby, of Bayless Highway "' t James M. O'Sullivan and LillU* B/ Marian V Croiby, D puty C3arkla FJorida e n or tafora eaU date as
, her with their families. Mrs. C.. E. Olson and Mr. and ? Whitfelt of Cocoa,, ,and Mr. Church,' Director Music for the IB The l'UeaItt'* 9t,the fifck- O'$ulllvaD, owners, CIO Temple Motel IO U 'Z. required by the law* of Florida andUI.e

}. Lu Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Bessant in Jackson and Mrs. Judicial CttruU & Florida A. p' Starke, Fla. rule of pcotcadure. If you" fall
rs. Danny BUI $ Association
:;, cogna. of great things have pated this 30th day of August, to do so, a decree pro confes'so will
:: .'. },rr;. Carl Mosley and family off ville during the weekend.Mr. Starke. been accomplished this year in the fo* Bradford, opt Case l>No.f ee.ep 12-318: A.rD., 1957 at Starke, Bradford The Circuit Court Of The be entered against you for the re.
Eighth Judicial Clrealt of Florida lief ,demanded in the ComplajntThfa ,
Heilbronn visited Mrs. Mary and Mra Leslie Phillipsand ,Mr. and Mrs. James Waters musical field. Wray J. Finn and his wife Norma Counjty. FJlojJIda. 8/30 4t 9/20 1'd'.r '$radf.r$. Coaatr. laCaaaeery. : Notice 'ehali' be nblished ;
EJ C. H. .
': Reddish Saturday evening. Mrs. son of Callahan, and Mr. and and sans were visiting Mrn an4 the !
:. Reddish' guest on Sunday washer Mrs. Coleman Phillips of Waldo Mrs. Buford Higginbotham in son, .and Mrs; Powell of,Jacksonville ;- ORDER OF PI'PLICATION ANDXOTICK KOTICB TO APPEAR 4', Ora Catherine Tapley; Plaintiff .vs. Telegraph.

. daughter, Mrs. Eve Godwin, visited their father. O. J. Phil- Maxville on Sunday. ; attended; ,services, at the In: The Name of TO the UE'D State ef Florl- I. CbemltCoutt.\Bradford' C..Bty- PhiUipK.1''TapleyDeffndant5' i Witness my. hand and'the seal of
Florida la-Chaaeerr. ORDER 'OF' PUBLICATION AND. ,, said Court ,t Stark Bradford
t of Starke. lips, during the weekend.Mr. Jimmy Eunice carried his mother First Baptist ,Church on Sunday. 7 *The. To Florida Land and- Immigra- Irene Deraaggio,' Plaintiff, ys. If-.' NOTICE TO' }EFEKD*";;* County Florida this :'Ztha7 of

Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle and Mrs. D. G. Wilkersonand Rev. Tyler was guest speaker at ion Company a corporation Thoma Frank Demaggio, ;Defendant' |* Tie K jue 'of the State of 1'lerl-,, August* A.D., 1957.
: Mrs. Harold Eunice, and ,
: both se.ryiceSj f : *; T: Case No. 12-S55 da t : (Seal of the Circuit Court.)
Andrews' and daughter of Wildwood Miss Gloria Anderson had brothers to Maxville on sunaay VYYYVYYYYvvvyyyyyyy.rfyyp .a T,' Riirrin Dixon,.._Elizabeth.Tanette' 'E.Dixon Sun-in.Thomas Lil (ottee_T. >Ap!ea*, : .. ._Lu _._, To Phillip R. 'I' per: 412S ,West-' Charles A Darby
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Place Clerk said Circuit
minister St.
wjth the d re: xranK ueroaggio,'Wl.Olie residence Louis. Missouri:
pent. Thursday as guesta during ,to: visit their grandparents, Mr. ian 37.. Fogs, James H. Foss, C. H. and< address is: 'Ul (nown. You are hereby notified that a. suit Py Marian. L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
%v. Fred Moore family.. Mr, and Mrs. V. D. Pickerson\ and Mrs. Jim 'Godwin. qhurchlll, Alexander/ Kelley Daniel You are hereby .notified that a in equity for divorce, has been filed S v 8/304t9/Z0,. ....
" R. J. Cornwalland RISING$ O Taber.'and Mrs. D. O. Taber if suit, for Divorce S 'PiJlstrot'-; ,"Ora Latherine-Tapi, :
James and Danny Phillips carried and family, The Theodore Crews family din'aM If any of, the above has been ,tiled against you in the (
their mother, Mrs. O. J. baby, of Jacksonville, and attended church at Long Branchon named persons .be dead, then hisunknown' above ;named Court and cause and SI \\1
Mrs. H. R. Barrett and By Airs. Gorton 'JonesAAAAAAAAAjAAAAAaAAAAAA \ heirs'devisees, legatees I you are required to serve-a copy;ofrour .
- Phillips to Macon last weekend I Mr. and' .Sunday.! grantors, leinors, creditors or other answer or pleading to the v "
. where she will visit her son-in- family of State Farm. Julia Futch of Tallahassee 'oersons claiming any interest in complaint on the Plaintiffs. .' CLEARING OUT ALL
Miss Mary I
hereinafter described property
Attorney K K. Ferryman, Starke,
law and daughter, .Mr. and Mrs. Mr.- and Mrs. Wesley, was the weekend guest by through. under or against each Florida ; ': ;;; 4 't/4 U S

Fate Red % trustee and Max Stearns Lazarus -
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
the! of Jacksonville .
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright attended ,service! and i brother, Ralph. Mrs. Futch announce pie .Mohr, 'anJ'! Gustav L. Mohr as Lee before the
. and family of Ayon Park 'were Primitive Baptist, Church at birth pf a son.,,Mrs Osteen will successor trustees for the benefit 30th day of September, 1957; {tfo ;.ft .
I and, Miss Futch. -,w re. business of the creditors of Thomas J. Bur otherwise the allegations of said
be remembered Ann
weekend guests Irs. Wam'Wright's : Heilbronn on Sunday.Mr. : aa. Jfiss Jo and successors in trus'or ,
I visitors. to, Green Cove on Sat-. rin their Complaint will be taken aa confess
S. Mosley and Norman of this section. the benefit ot the creditors of '
mother.,. Mrs. J/eona ,pd- and Mrs. C. ed by you.
urday. the said Thomas J- 3urr1n. and all This notice shall be publishedonce
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore of
wards. family were in 09 The R. C. Keenes and Mrs i persons ,claiming, any' Interest in each week tor tour consecu-
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Testpn Sunday to .see Mr. and )Mrs. i Tampa visited Robert Norman I the property hereinafter described tive weeks in the Bradford .CountyTeJegrp.pb.
and ofJacksonville LASTC1uj't'T'
Gladys Anderson; ,family last weekend.Carolyn Dy. through: under against; themor '
were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. R. Lester Sponholtz. were Sunday; guests either of them in or .to the fol Dated this 11t.b day of August.
A, Melton Jn Ocoee over the Jimmy Eunice left Tuesday for Jones celebrated her lowinglands situate in Bradford 1957.
of. the ,iX1an.Harts and MrsNancy County, Florida to-wU: (OFFICJAL SEAL)
studies 14th
his -- birthday anniversary last
Their grandmother Ga. to resume
weekend. Cochran, Keene. Lots sixty-one (61) and slxty-tw Charles A. Darby? -.
Mrs. Sallie. Harvey.. returned at Middle Georgia College. Sunday. Those who enjoyed the (6%) 'of Woodlawn according to Clark of the Circuit Court,
; Miss Jackie Harjey of Jack- thereof recorded 'in the
the plat By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
happy occasion with her
them and they carried term. were
hODle.with. for the ] was the weekend guest Public Records of Bradford County S 8/30 4t 9/20
her to her thpme in Jackson- Mia Robert Waldron was ifi nviye Mr, and Mrs. ,Herbert Norman Florida in PJat Book 1, Page
of her parents, Mr and, Mrs. H: 17. said lands being situate in -1" 0
r ;
be with and children, Mr. and Edward
ville on Sunday evening. Jacksonville last week to Jrs Section 13. Towpship 5 South. NOTICE TO'APPEAR .
Birthday Dinner her son-in-law and daughter; Mr. C. Harley. Norman, all of Lady Lake, Range 22 East.'GREETINGS IB XHr ait 'C.rto.Bradford Ceaoty 1di1JJiJ
Mr?. Howard\ Martin and family : You are hereby '
Mrs. Carl Prevatt and her sis and Mrs. Julian Courson, who and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones notified that a suit in equity has Florida 1m Chaaeery.' :
of Tit v.ille .i is visiting her, Cornelius J. Beck Plaintiff, vs.
ter, Miss Aline Brown of Ocoee, patients in St. Vincent'sHospital and sons of StarkeI been brought against you and each Zenobia Beck, Defendant.; .
automobile mother, Mrs.. Mandy Manning\ of you, and also' against Pradfen i '. i, Case. No. 12-363
were honored with a birthday following an I County, a political subdivision ,of '
Mr. and Mrs Ed Durban and Kotlee To Appear
dinner at the Carl :Prevatt home accident on Lake City highway ,) TICE the State of' Florida, as defendants To: Zenobia feck, whose rest
Saturday of TO APf-TAR by Wray J. ,Finn, and his wife
were guests
fence and: address is 817 Duke St.
on Sunday. Those helping them last Monday evening.Mr. (.R.Ctrtvtt Coart.'B elf.n C..ity Xorma E. Finn.'as plaintiffs, in the South : -
Mr. and Mrs. 0- Boyette inValdosta. VI,rid a, IB CMnrfry. entitled Court and Carolina.
celebrate this occasionwere Grjffis above cause:
happy Mrs. George You
and are hereby notified that a
John H. Marie
Page Plaintiff vs. tbat the relief Bought in ;said suit suit, for'' Divorce '
Mr. and Mrs.: Jack Harvey of New River were Page Defendant Case No. 12-256
and daughter is to remove clouds from and quiet I
and Mr. and Mrs. Wedey Harvey of Mr. and Mrs. Georgia. ,Ann Sapp'sguests ".In .To 411P'l1'! and confirm the plaintiffs' title to has been filed against you In sthe
Sunday dinner; guesta above named Court and ,causTe and Only
few left
on Sunday were Mr. and To: Marie Page. whose residenceand the above described lands as -an indefeasible a days !
and .family .of, Orlando :Mrs. Mrs. R. C. Griffis. address is: Unknown.You fee simple title thereto you are required to serve. a .copy of
Mrs.: Everett Burney, of Jacksonville are hereby notified that & JUII your answer or pleading to .the .. ,1 ,. _
against the claims of. and -
and Mrs. Leila you
Gara Dorman, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higgin- complaint, on the PlaintiffsAttorney "'
far divorce
Peavy of Qcqee, the>.J..C. Prevatt botham and daughters. and Ji.ttle and Dan Wainwright.Pick'and baa't !en filed against you la th* each summoned of you, ordered; and you and are required hereby to Box 546,'T.Starke Frank Florida Landrum, P. O. 'Buy from stock Save hundreds 11
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie above .named Court and and
Qcala, the L. If. Harper cause file your written answer or .de
family Higginbotham.
of Miss Robin and file the orignial in the office .
; vou are reoutred to serve a copy of
fenses the in ii
lam.ily.Dr: jcingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Rudy family visited the answer or pleading to th to Complaint said of the Clerk of: the Circuit Court
., Mr your
daughter of cause in the office of the under- '
on Sunday. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Qn i or before the 4. Get into the big-car class at a small-car price.) J
and Mrs.. John? Brown and j daugh Higginbotham: of MaxvUle, were E. K. Ferryman Starke Floridaand signed Clerk of said Court aSfarke 7th day of October 1957; .
Mr, and Mrs Tom Whaley and Bradford County Florida Otherwise the allegations of said 1 .
terse Mr.. and; Mrs. M tche11Bro''l1 Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. file the erlgiaai in tn ofru-, on or before the 30th day of September "
and sons, Mrs. Ralph Starling. daughter of Detroit, Mich, are of 'the Clerk, of the Circuit Court' or 1957; and to serve' a copy Complaint will be taken as confessed Save hundreds of dollars on brand-new models.
Nathan before the 30th of by you.
or day Sept. .
Wise and sons% Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. R. ;K. Wheeler visiting Mrs. Whaley's mother, 1957; otherwise the allegations 91 thereof plaintiffs'onTheron attorney: whose A. Yawn.address Jr., This notice shall be* published' .. : ,
said Complaint will be taken APnffcBged each week for four consecutive Big M Dream-Car in
Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson.Mr. Design will stay style foryears.
Trunjan Norman and sons, and and family had aa weekend by you. is: Starke. FloridA. on or before weeks in the Bradford County Tele ...
Miss Alma Privett all Law. and Mrs. Frank Cnice had This notice shall be publish/ said date, as required by the laws raph. '
of Mr.: and Mrs. Landon
tey.. Griffis guests of Jacksonville.$ as ,guests from Friday until Mon- once;veeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tel.gra..h. rules pf Florida of civil and proce.the 1ure.1954 Florida If Y9u (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 4th day>. of Sept., 957. ; Every '57cir.must go to make room for'58 Mercury!

Mr. and Mrs. Will Grubbs of fail to do so a Decree Pro Con-
day .
George, MosJey, who has been J. and family I Charles A. Darby,
I Mrs. C. Pringle S fesso be
wjll catered against
Dated this 26 day of Aug., 1957. you .clerk 'of, the
a .patient in Bradford Count, Qf Satsuma spent pie weekend I Tampa.Mr. Wilkerson I I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, complaint.IT for the .'relief demanded,' in the By Virgin. F. Darby! Circuit Deputy'Court.Clerk Huge allowanceseasy terms. flurry in today! .

Hospital for several Red-, and Mrs. Harry Clerk of tj2A Circuit CouriBy !84t 9/27
days Js visitI' with, the Arthur and ._ t Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk IS HEREBY ORDERED 'that _
I It
-- visited Mrs. Mary
.- -r -_ft V IV > *4p' !At av and daughter ./30 4t 9/20 this order and. notice shall be published NOTICE! TO APPEAR
Griffis who is ill at the home of' once each week for four I. CJre.J.jJI't.., '
Brtdf9. 17qUy,
,, .; ,. Mr." and Mrs. Eli Griffis in Max-' NOTICE TO CREDITORS consecutive County weeks, in the Bradford Florida: i 1. Chaaeery, ftt1IiRC.UltV '
Telegraph a ;
Florida Statutes newspape Raymond F. Gunn. :Plaintiff, vs. $7
I vine on Sunday afternoon. Sunday IB The Court Of Tb.'.County Judge, published in Bradford* County. Flor- Olive: .E., Gunn, Defendant.
Bradford C a.t.lorld.. ida and having general. .circulation -
I evening they visited Mr. and in Case Np.: 12-360. ,
IB Probate. said )upy. : Notice To Ap-ul" "
i Mrs. Henry Mounds and daughterat In re: Estate. of. Philip, '. "Martineau' .. ., thesaid WITNESS Circuit my hand as Clerko 79; : .QUye E. Qun, whpse residence Don'l miss the big television hit, "The Ed Sullivan.Show.,
the State Farm. Deceased. Court of Pradfor and address is> 3121 Rayens- Sunday evening; 7 to 8 P.M., WMBR-TV Channel 4
County Florida, and the'seal
visit-, To All Creditors and Persons Having of worth Place Alexandria, Virginia. '
and Mrs. Olan Hughes ,
said Court at Starke. Bradford
I a".t
eaiaRds .
Clajjpjui pr You "r8 hereby notified
ed Mrs. Heath in Georgia last Said Estatf't' County; Florida on the. 22nd. dar' suit for Reduction-of Alimony a
weekend.. You and each pf you are hereby of August A.D. 1957. baa been filed against IOU in the McGriff Merdtfy Motors! >
((Circuit Court Seal) ab9 !
notified and required to presen ., named Court and cans and .
ofLeesburg Charles ) '
Norsworthyfld-ai1y 'demanlftihtcili -Darby 9'1- '
-I..p. any claims'aild you; you arp required to serir a 'espy of 'wr' --
. morning or'ejthejof you. may have :against Clerk of tAe Circuit Court o't your answer or pleading to the
\ _,arrived; ,Monday; petition Phone 447Court & Jefferion
the estate of Philip Martineau, deceased Bradford' County, Florida. on the Plaintiffs Attorney Sb.
for a Visit, with Col. Norsworthy -, ,' late of said County, to the' Theron A. Yawn, Jr., Attorney for T.Frank Lanclrum, P. O. Pox 56.
and family. County Judge Bradford County Plaintiffs, P.O.. Drawer 791. Starke. Florida '
Rosiers visited the Florida, at his office in, the courthouse Starke. ,Florida.- and file the original in the office of eEjq44
The Cedric of said at Starke, '/30 ft '/ZO
County p Clerk pf the! Circuit Court -
Highland Zoo on Sunday after-' Florida,- within eight calendar .a n J .1\ : W.L'dH::. : 01 La9, .. ....J. ,on_ -I T11 .-- 1
months from the time of the first

noon. publicatipn IJt #$a nQtI. e. ,. '
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The Jack Crawfords visited claim or demand shall be in writing -

thrmpther,. Mr;$\. Clara Crawford and shall state the place of resilience -
I and office address of
; who is Jll at the, home of the claimant post and shall be sworn

H. R. Crawford' in Jacksonville tp by tlje claimant bis agent, or

I en Sunday.Mr. demand attorney not and so any filed such shall claim be void or Be Ready For The

F and Mrs. O. B. Wiggins Margaret\ Martineau{ as execd-

and family spent. Saturday. with ment tor ,of of the Philip Last Will Martineau and Testa-, deceased -
Mr aijd Mrs. Bennett Wilkerson : '-

and family.: : First publication. August 30, 1957. ,
Mr. an Mrs. Owen Stephens : 8/30 4t 9/20

of Jacksonville\ were, Sunday dinner NOTICE- '

I II guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy The Sealed Board bids of "will Public be Instruction received by of WORLD SERIES V ,

Futch and family. Bradf9rd County, Florida at the on T
Mr. and Mrs: Earl Teston and office 'of the Superintendent
I Public Instruction in Starke. Florida -
family and J. B. Teston were visiting up to 10.00() a.m.,' Friday September -
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Tyner 20, 1957' for tne moving of

over the weekend. J. B. Teston the ing Hell to a ronn new site Springs in Starke School FJa.build- The Big TV Season j where and you won't vant to miss ;
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remained visit with bid'received after
for ,a longer Any specified
RCA Victor poltpn.! low-priced table his daughter's family time and. date will 'not be consid any of the fine new TV shows J Some adjusting YQUr
TV. with: 'L on and Clean jtyling that ered. Each bid must be accompanied on
Mrs. LoiS Hinson of Jacksonville by a certified check or bid bondin set oir aerial I
savesyou spac:,. New, "Mirror-Sharp" was the weekend guest of the amount :of five per cent 9f .may be Accessary before you get perfect
pkture-262 in. of base bid as guarantee, that ,the Ij
sq. viewable area. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. bidder' if awarded the contract, r Cep non.

"High-Sharp-and-Easy" with new Johns, an son, Ronald Kimbrell. wyj! :within ten consecutive days :
"One-t .,m. n-off control Miss after :written notice being given ,
Improved Mary Ann Motes, who.has award ; \
of such : enter into a writ-
Balanced fidelity Sound. Powerful new spent the past few weeks with ten contract with the' Board of MtfcCbiiteiilliHalfAPktHre t t .
super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grained her grandmother" Mrs.: Effie Mi- Public. JnstructiQn. of BradfordCounty. S i NoMatterfchChannelYoaffatel. %
or limed oak grained finishes extra. ner, has enrolled at the University AIJ wprk shall.be done in &ccrd.

21T820 Series.-- Only -- year.guests of)frs.Florida Mrs Miner, Frank for had her as Wells sophomore weekend and .5- 5' !' Call Yjllr( Srricewan Now:. .(let. Ready. For Jb Big Sb6ws i,\j

and daughter of Jacksonville.,Mrs. Howard of. Leesburg Miner, and and sons Mr. Just A Few You'll Want t 10 See Are -

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Griffis ,
and family of SJarke were Sunday I ; .

guests of the' L. C. King family. .

Miss Elizabeth Tatum; who has The World **"*s Starting .October 2nd

spent the summer with her par- !

ents, :Mr. and :Mrs. T. W. Tatum, The
Big Friday NIght I
went to Gainesville on Sunday ] Ffgnts

where she will enter the Univer- ''
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sit of Florida for the coming year. if S1veAIIen :

1#. and MBUJ Zacjc) of Day- ---S

tpna were weekend guests of the .!; f r EipeiEAdyXcetjJ
II S.: .Tanner f mpy Gebrge Goebef 1 j.

Mallie Prevatt of 4 Jacksonville L .I Firms
spent; Saturday with Mr; and Mrs. 4sK Yoiir .
John Brown.JesWs.mith.. rc S *. Parade .- ,_t < "'" .,, ,
1 lqjI iPa'io9t
of tarkeos visiting l 49f !, ., Bias Radio & TV ServiceS

lus:daughter! ; Mrs. Paul Bennett, ( PerpyComo

and .(aipily.D this, guestion.: 920 Thomas St. Phone 427

Wainwright, who' has been ., _
ServiceAll i in Tokyo, Japan is spending his "My; -son.-. now..- .his-,-- a" ,lie -idrjre i. '* Dragnet Servfee \
fprlough with his parents, Mr. '|. somptiffies let. njydaughter's Dyer TV I
and Mrs. Wainwjight; I L ** ,, t 304 E.
Truby boy friend use all i pan $t. PfaoneldSon
.;Mr. Xnd Mrs. Clarence Mosley my S it{ l your 5

and. family. .of Jacksonville were car on, their dates )V hopver I- rtrf,1 .. .

Mjrs.Sunday pave dinner Tanner.: guests of Mr and i ,5riyin JR Rr" J r Qre. t. NQC $' Of"J S.h p Radio & 1Y ,

Wdrjk ,Gqarantepd Free Estimate* Mrs., Louie .Belle v' ainwright tai! ,J, a$ owper, am l&ble. 22$. W., &J1 St.* Pbo239 f .

Fujly, Equipped Dependable and Lpule 'rio f Jacksonville Would you recommend at I.' .. '; 7 *- I
were visiting' the Stev Starlingson I 1as t $%5OO'0; : .O. D. I iiIJyt9 ( & i? I .. Starke Radio & TV Service' '

All Makes Sunday 'afternoon. I ] '
and Models Freddy Moore jpf Henderson- coverage. li reasonably! I II F A I Til 311 E. Call SL' Phone 384

ville, N.C.. is visiting his parents, ppL te4 1pr fl.quigrs7?'!
Mr. and Mrs,. Fred voorc. c .

SHEPHERD'S 'RADIQ&J T1NMAN Mrs. Effie, Mae Green'and family : '
,- and Mrs RuUi Barlow of ,, W.-t: -Tv
Middleburg. fieited'Miss anette Qiarley; J E Jobs r "r v:,.,.
D. GREENfl.er
Hiehwav 100 !! Pfcone
Greene //on Sunday afternoon. $P.tb? 523-jR "

TV ferjfc -- Jim"Temple coach a-Bradford :
SeaJjCbvflPhone rr!"' JiPJw School led 1. -- CHANNEL t.f r4 I :
High prayer, eeting & ri J 12 NIC Vi e r fric ServicePhone
239 Starke, Fla. at the First Baptist Church on qJJ1J eJJCJP ; .'-t- :m.,
234 N. Temple) 4vc. 166
V ,. ., Wednesday night.Mr. FROM JACKSONVILLE !
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BRApppRP PWffY 'faty1azd; _Edna Bos wick '.bip Fix (n -Souths Range twenty Circuit Court of Bradford County _ :
Smith and'fien Smith, her'husband two -(2) .;East, ,.2-:dfora CpuntyN Flor:da. and jde seal of said Cpurtat NOTICE TO APPEAR .'"
By Ozora whose, resl4en > I, 3(3 .Renpelw rthStreetDetroit J"Jorida"-coj.ti\1li two ,end forty- Clarke, Bradford County. Florida Ia Circuit Court Bradford C.aat7.
W J.S4AAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.-* twifc t'; Michiganand to fiv*-'I iiiiHeredtBs '(145) acres and on this 9th day of September, A.D. Florida IB CIuI.<<>er-. '. '
the unknown spouse, heirs. devisees; betas wore prtict3ariy! ,described I 1957.CIRCUIT. Jessie Lucille Hodge. Plaintiff.,..

bowtoia; I. ----i--; ; : I1rant pg-'_ rreditnrs ii l gnynter and all t nthor as, f9Uows/ :, I -( COUHT SEAL) Bennie Hodge, Defendant..Cas -
mJeuri ; persons in'the Commence at the Northeast corner Charles ?A. .t>j1r y, S S ;Xo. 42371Notice
PQWcA.WM Transferred Overseas the :,was.npt fceld., :W cre-j property beteiafier; .dewibed by. of said Southwest Quarter Clerk of Circuit court of Bradford T. AppearTO ,
gret thrt'the 'ha > through, under or'"aga nst Jesse ($WU of .Southeast, ,Quar r. County
S-Sgt. Car; Jp fl, ,son of Mrs. Cu # fc pt jnaoyof ) Florida. Bennie Hodge, whose residence
Johnson DeceasedCJi/ or>l i Johnson (?EV ) .and run thence South 0 A ,J. T Jr.. : '
omas zjlJ05
Wherein the summer days are Jpwn. The town should not be Sophia RpyaX wcentfy y&ted rel- the 58 pupils enrolled out ff also known as Cliff Johnson degrees> eighteen ,(16) -minutes Avenue.' tarke, Florida, Attorney TemPle and address<< -isj-Baknawn.. .

gone and the golden days of Autumn 'ittered up. atives- ,and.. friends.' 1>efore' depart-. .. school. Plans were made by'the deceased. Hiliiard: Johnson.. de.cease4. thirty (30) seconds East along the .,for Plaintiff. _. 9/13 4t 10/4 suit YQU for are Divorce hereby notified Care, Custody haj
JP1naon.Jr. also knownas .
/ .
fse Easterly
; boundarytjier o( a distance -
ire here. I work in the Don has gone on a funeral. A i5g for 'overseas. Before leaving, menj&erf" ta owttfliue 1)the. -aahpalbeautifi Jtss\.e Jahnofi, deceased; .., g. ;of. ,tortycone and fifteen NOTICE'TO' APPEAR and Control of miser .ctolMran.

Wprtuary, and, get ready for the armer. ,away out in ,the cpuntry tyr married a student nurse who is atiw),prpjecjt ? p,CP.W1ty Johnson, also known 'as Israel hundredth (41.151) feet to a 'con= IB QteeBlt tftert..$radfvrd Coat7; has been filed .against: you Jn.' tN
and and
B9ard Jbas.4mp ve4 ebu1dMry.myggth Joimaon;: deceased.r Janie Johnson crete monument JQH the Southerly Florida I. C'..<<>eI'7. above named Court cause
winter. 12 miles from here interning the county hospital _of
died. He J;>elf; sujsqueutiypown: as Boundary f' the tight-of.way of Edward W. Mencher, Plaintiff vs. you are required to server.copy
J Today I bring son to you to lived with his son. I went with i ia Columbus, Ga. According ,to f !! 1w. Janle' Jotvnson ParnelL' deceased. Pe.oaent .;Road for point of .begin Jean iyerslepcher. Defendant. your answer ,.or pleading .to Attorney the
my the Plalntifrs -
floors and : James Johnson and Louisa Johnson. Case complaint on
Carl and all outward ? ve are.grateful. ning. No. 12-372
'Don to hia body. It appearances P,.O.*
learn pick up was His wife, both deceased, and Hattie 5041H T* AppearTo T. Frank :iAndrum or
I niarriage agrees with him. His ,Adult Education and jFrom point of beg nQnF, thus de- 546. Starke. Florida. _
drizzling rain and the ; Johnsqa : rns.'jdPeeaqd; '
Just how to work, to play, to gravel wfll Classes for adults and to and* all "unknown"persons sqribed<<; ,= continue ;south 'Zero (0) : Jean Myers )Ie (her. whose and file the original in the officeof
road had many puddles of water.As bride visit Stark during the veteran any title degrees, .ejjrhteen (IS) minuses, residence .and address is: 350 Fair the Clerk of the ,.Circuit .Court
liye/ with others having or fjaioiiQgl ray'.right.. ,
I re still open for registration. Now thirty (30) seconds: east; ,.Iongaforesaid' mont. N. E. Warren. Ohio. on or before the .
drove them in the len or interest by through under -
To let his classmates help him we through falL, :if theme *w everybody in thepunty or against ay ,$f ,said named! defendants Eaiterly boundary a dls-'I You are hereby notified mat a suit 14th day of October, .195?; '
small ambulance the flew : tance< -of,lOne Hundred ixty-eig Divorce has ,
: fpr been ,
a* brothers, water J9lnt ,Call tlnr .( tp In of to the 'following I otherwise ,the allegations a''14"
learn read
to ,
writ atd (168.$5) filed "
eigWy-five.nunflredUJS gainst in the above
? ,I you .Comnjajnt will be taken, $S confessed -
each side. Some : ; land eltuate an* lyiny IK Bradl ,.
And help them too when it comes high on < placesthe \ Cojnmander Julius Royal Qf EJleU"JiJid do ojher useful things\! I ford,.County, Florida, to-wit: feet to a eoncretemonument: run named Court and cause and you by you. )
.b/.JJ gravel was thin and the mud Post 314 Starke is asking all Which ,-.A -of land thence North eighty-nine (89) degree -. are rl'equir1'd0 serve a copy of
/ turn.; I will make ypu a better citizen i Parcel A parcel ly- fi/ty.f&ur ,(54), -m( 1utt" and yCur or pleading to the This notice shall ha published
was like grease. The ambulance In is l ipg JD (be:Sputnwest' Quarter '(SW seconds Went dis- once each weejt for foy .coweettr
Teach him tie tenets of democracy 'your c niinunity Music twenty (20) a complaint the Plaintiff's, Attor-
members of Legion end Auxiliary : ;; : %) #f. TSou.tb.eaat: QWer. (SE%) live weeks in the Bradford CountJ'Telegraph.
post .
slipped and ,siid., I noted fieldsof also being offered' e-C:4' Wednesday qf Section twe .ty-seven (?7), Town- tanq of six/ .hiindted thirty (620) I neys Gray. Chandler & O'NealiU ; *
members : run thence North (0) N. E. First
to meet feet; zero Street Gainesville.
And make them bright as the good corn. The green fields of Saturday night. : s iip Six'46) Boulh, Range twenty- degrees eighteen (18) minutes and Florida. and file the original in Dated this JOt& day tf .s epte. wJer.
Sept., 21 at 7:30 Room 9 of two (%%) East, Bradford County. '
and and cattle 1957.
Weltl ills
alfalfa hoga 42ue -N thirty (30) .seconds / the office of the .Clerk of the Cir-
cplors of Old Glory; : f orida. cofitaining is.ty-four hundred [ (OFFICIAL, SEAL)
RJE SchooL.This I-jn of One hundred sixtynineand -
important tance cuit Court before
1 on or the iyi.day
standing in the rain. The rain The tbs (.&() acre and fifth Annual faore A-
each session the!
Teach him to love and tell meeting for completing plans to of described follows four tenths (169.4) feet to a of October 1957; otherwise the
particularly Clerk of the Circuit Court.
not cold. Mt Sinai : concrete monument on aforesaid of said ,
Complaint viU '
was Baptist Association will allegations\ -
a valiant-storyOf entertain the Fourth Division of Commence at the Southwest cor- Southerly boundary; run' thence tie taken as confessed by you. By Donithy W. Ellaad,
those who served our nation Today we had the first pum- the American Legion' Auxiliary' cgnygne at E czer..chuzh.B.e.: Di.pf .IJ'p.rfI/lIJ! / fulJ.I.U1.\fAt j.Q\lJlter' oMi kighty.aina. ....W .liJp Es, This notice shall be published I Deputy .Clerk.ro .
SW of
(: ) east Quarterand ( E
faithfully.. pkin pie of the season. I cooked and Post members. It is time for W. J. Strong host ya4or, Sept. JA) run Souf4 thence North 0 degrees, -twentY-four(20)v(seconds?4) minutes East along andTwenty :ance weeks each in the week.Bradford for four County consecutive Telejrpph. -:.- .W.lt iqiiIO31CE

I want my son a boy\ .and then a-new pumpkin .that I ..raised, I, membership re-newalf. All ladies' !.4st: to 22. :Thj *r openingpro, -..eejj mmuus.Andf/ortjr West (iQ)) aid, *$oufi\ej :boundary 'a distance! APPEAR -
Tastes ,aJittle jtiUfferqnt from th: I ,, asked"to gram will be ,held Wednesday at seconds : : # 4lsance.ofeigbty- of SJx hundred',thirty (630) feet to. Dated this -6th day of Sept. 1957. IB CIr I man ace pay; ,dues e1 ore" Qc.: T;30 pan.J0n Thursday two rad sixty:' f(fit: hundr dtlijJ DoI iBjt ofsbeKinjMiw.\ : (Official: Seal) Charles A. Darby ... IB Cba.cerj.<<
' To .be a proud\ _American. Beryl canned pumpkin. Tonight is 10 so that it can reach the 'department moniiag (St.55)'feet (0. a.-coocrete moment -1J- IiEETINGS'Yoi are hereby Clerk of the Circuit ConrtBy Josephine Ferraiolo. Plaintiff, va.
-- the BilehOOr Win begin at 9 a.m. on the Southerly boundary of notified that a suit in equity has Dorothy W. Eiland, I Frank, Ferraiolo Defendant. -
f r1 Stewart choir practice. I enjoy singing office in Jacksonville. by Uw right-of-way 4 &tLp-Ewid: 2W; '
) with Rev. A. J. Cato: Rev. W. D.'' been trough* -aiUt-8U And "ch Deputy Clerk. Case Ho.11-331,
rl The above. poem brings back and we have small books that g!' before the 12th. If we are 100 Dmu-wiU,deliver-the- awl run thence.ftloag ,the in an re Easterly of a.curve direction said of you as defendants in the above '_ 9/13 4t 10/4 Aoticr Te Appear --:-.

ap many memories. The ,day come in each month with easy per cent, we will receive a 'cita counseling' curve baring a f radius of eleven entitled Court and cause by L. G. Tp: Frank Ji't'rraloloV{ Residence
my message Rev, I). R White/nod- Powell. also known as Luther G. NOTICE TO 4J PEAR and address is:" Brooklyn
own sqn, as a little lad. began !nms. Last Sunday was my tion. Due to many cases of flu eratorwill address the thousand and tenths five hundred(11.5$9.2)'feet fifty-jniae and I Poweti," individually and joined IB Clr>nit Court Bradford County, State Hospital, Brooklyn, New,
day to go to chuzch. We sang an j the game party for the Auxiliary body at ;.two I with John H. Powell as Executprsand Florida I* .Cflsneery.Myrtle Tork. '
of The bejtng Uie North
hbtil'day school. 8:30 / to
many pjn. after'which coacave a Wil-
of Lee Dt"ai. Plaintiff,
reportand Trustees the Estate of Luther vs. You are hereby notifiedthat a
achpol children who bave corne anthem "Quietness of Prayer. j scheduled for Friday night at the election of officers'wfll,take place, chord eighty-three distance and, forty-six of, 3 six hundred. C. Powell deceased plaintiffs; liam Edgar Deal, suit for )lvor'e. Care Custody.
It 'was lovely and gave us the ; Shells will be postponed. All hundred that -the, relief sought in said tJiit Case No. 12-363 >nd control of minor child
to their first down installation. ths feet to a
me (683.16) -
Rev. monument
day ,concrete
p. A..Crum'
will is to, remove elouds from and ; to Xotlce Te AppearTo has been filed against you in the
the .
members pease plan to attend
through the years. I: would add avi. e that we :must ask God | deliver the evening message with said ch"Vd ha'1ng a bearingof quiet. and confirm plaintiff's t\tle : William Edgar Deal whose above named Court ,and ftuse and
South (82) degrees. -
when we want and need things. called meeting. ViceCommanderJulius } ev.. J. eighty-two' to the above described lands as ,an residence and address is: Unknown. you are required to serve -a copy
f Q.
to teachings, the spirit seventeen (17) East JUst ,
Shumpert alternate. minutes
Royal will be in complete indefeasible fee simpler title thereto You are hereby notified that a of'your answer or pleading to the
qf in American. Tp &J& him to gyiae us and lead, On Friday, service aforesaid concrete monument Jie- suit for Care and Custody .
pride ,being an wjll; open in lag intersection of aforesaid against' the claims of you and Divorce complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney
To keep our streets and roadsides us y'' the hand. Of course: God charge the usual order with Deacon Carl- Southerly on boundary *i>f the rightOf each' of you; and yon are summon of minor child William D. Morgan. SQ7' CJark
ed. ordered apd required to file has been filed against in the Building. Jacksonville t. .Florida
Intermediate !fceacners you
I qlean and free ,fijom: the knows; what we need but the Meeting: well delivering the address; evening way ot State Road of 230 and .theSoutherly ,your;written Answer or defenses to above ,named Court and cause and and file the original in the pfi *

litter- .__ ._ that neonle.-.--- throw--- out of Bible says He wants us to ask _.uuL.The intermediate_JU ... ,. ,.teachers,. .. of__the_u message by.;Rev. A.: J. Jackson WJ'JWbflWZb fisvnfrliwaalitavfrav boundary....%rt ,/CTOl/t.J. VT aforesaid-al VS Jf I tbe o/nj>laint in said cause in the you are required to serve a copy of the Clerk of the Circuit' Paur .
ru-- wui iirst Office 'of the undersigned Clerk, of of your /answer or pleading to the on or before the -
ooia ineir
their} cars or as they walk down Him for the things we most need county quar Rev. Otis Arnold, .alternate.: Southeast Quarter.! (SE%); JuQ: : said Covirt, at Starke Florida -on complaint on the Plaintiff's 14th day of October >,57; .

the street. That teaching of and want. Then work and we will terly meeting on Monday,. Sept. Saturday the session will beginat thenceforth, |ghty-,tnlnutes ine (89) ..degrees or before the 14th day of October, Attorney Daniel A. Japour, 306 otherwise the 1l11eca.tl01UJ'ot .jati
(14) estalopg'
23 from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Anderson 9 a.m.I and continue fourteen aforesaid 1957.: awl to serve a copy therrof Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville Complaint will be taken as eon.
pride \\It ones clean neighborhood be supplied. Prayer combined school in as above last Southerly en X"J, Thomas, Jr.. plaintiff's attorney .2, Florida teased by you.
Lawtey. SupervisorShell distance six
be started down in with medicine is often a cure for with recreational activities directed a qf hundred ,' :whose address is Z03- 05 and file the original Jn the officeof This notice &hall ,b*, ponce l4Mi4
njust is calling the meeting' for by:Mrs.- Luretia Jones 'Beventyrslx: : and ninety-six hu.ndredtha -: Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida,:on the Clerk of the Crcult Court on each week for four conMCH*
if it is and 76.S feet of beginning
the grades. It must be a civic most diseases now days the following purposes: depart Mrs. .(! ) to I point or before said date, as required by or before the 14th day of October, tin weeks in the Bradford County
The other morning I went God's will that'we get. well. If MaryArnold.. The night sermon : the Laws of Florida and the Rules 1957; otherwise the allegations of Telegraph.
prioje with ment organization, plans for. exhibits --will,be preached by Rev. W. Parcel B 4 parcel of land ly' of Civil 'Procedure." If'you' fail so said Complaint will be taken as Dated LUll? 11th day of J5Dtem. ,
tp get the mail and stopped at you want, God to help you at the Bradford County M. Houston. ing in the Southwest Quarter (SW to do, a decree pro confesso will confessed'by you. her 1951.'i S

the drps 'store dosTi the stceet your, prpbilejns, ask him to. Say, Fair, Oct. 28 American Education On Sunday, Church %) of Southeast Quarter X&&yj joi, JUe atu.wl.a.pJJ1S1 you for .the relief This notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SEAL) .
school will begin at 9:30wIth the Ssetlontwentyseven, (27), Town- demanded in the complaint. once each week for four consecutive Charles A. Darby; ,
for an:Item I wished to purchase. "God I leave it up to you. Solveit Week Nov. 10 to 16, District local supt. or in ship.Six (6) Squth, Range Twentytwo It Is hereby ordered that this weeks in the Bradford County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Tha street in front of the ,drugstore for me. do what you will, Teachers Meeting, Oct. 14, State charge; (22) East Bradford County, order'and' notice shall be publish Telegraph. By Dorothy W. EUand.t ,
morning; sermon, Rev: G. G. Mc- Florida containing thirty and. nine- ed weeIt' of {
once a for four consepu- Dated. thjs 5th day, ,September,1 Deputy CJerk.
was a sight. Papers, wrap- only give me peace in my heart. Meeting, Diagnostic and Remedial Arthur Vice -- ty-four hundredths. .(J0.94)1acre? UTe: weeks! Jn' the Bradford\ Coupty 1857. J/IJ U 18lIodel' /.
ModeratorRev.j j nfl ISAlnp: mnia na.tln..1a.4r. ........... if".
pers, and what have you I pray so much in our new Testing, Supervisor L. H. Gibson --- --.o "f'* "r .t -"- I I .
cups Strong, alternate; PJIL, Rev.,, J.: scribed a! follows: - -; S--CT ,1--,

all pver the side walk. The highschool chapel. I have a good spot to will serve a.s consultant. The meet- E. Willis; 7:30, Rev, L. W;Mosley, Commence at the Northwest*corner .

crowd frequents the drugstore kneel. Ipray for so many people.If ing will begin and end on time. alternate, Rev.' George Lee.. To all. of said Southwest Quarter ..
Jitter of have a'probem, aserious All principals are invited and all (WK) of Southeast'Quarter. ISLE --- ..
school. The
after any you of these services the general public M) and ran thence South "Zero '(0) -- "

rrmt be swept up every j. pring illness and want me to of the administrative assistant of is cordially invited.Catting degrees, fifteen (15) minutes and for S.

,. It, is usually swept into the add you to myt prayer list I shall the county such as Mr.' Overturf, AU Reporters forty Westerly'(40) seconds East Along-the. -
boundary thereof .a Distance -
gutter; ,land the first strong w&ud< do ap. I jhall) wite a prayer for Dr. Jennings,' Supervisor Demo- Please get your news Jn each of Two hundred f81 y.-Iopr -
someone's ll to alsQ. is rest, and Health Officials.. and seventy-five hnndredths'* (244.- model.AM -
takjes, it to kept xyou say Prayer a \ Specialist Visits CountyMr. week on Monday morning- your 75) feet to concrete monumentfor .- )

editor, Deadline, imless there is a point of beginning;
W. E. Combe' will visit holiday is 4 'pjn. Monday AU -From point of beginning thus described 1u1 : -

Bradford County all day Friday, church groups, fraternal and .continue Scpth., ZMO: ,Xfl) ; -----= ___ .
Sept. 20. He will be working primarily -, social degrees, fifteen (15) mantes and "
clubs. The service Is free unless forty (40) seconds East along said across ,
with the high school teachers a .
it is a. card of thanks in Westerly boundary a .dJ.s.tance .jjf
at RJE and the junior. high: : Seven Hundred eighty-nine and
HUNDREDSof teachers at Anderson, Lawtey.: Mr.' memorian, pay affairs or commercial thirteen hundredths (789.13) feet "
Advertisement. to a 'eoncrte"monum nt on the theM
> Combs has been lauded for his: ; Northerly boundary of the }

outstanding work 'in reconstruction -' First Born Church, Elaer F. right-of-way pf State Road. 230;

details are managed and economically of the ,curriculum_ ,. for better' .Howard, pastor, will hold regular run along-thence said Northerly in an Easterly, boundary direction and : ... --" ..--:, ... .
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attended that only a trained and teaching throughout the state. He pastoral day on' Sunday, starting along the arc of k curve said '" ; -"

careful organisation can attend when is interested in making.. the .iunior with Sunday' School. The general curve Thousand having thrp a hnnilrpil radius of flftv.ni Eleven,,. ....

I thc .u.r'sent. need for serving i is at high school at Lawtey an effective public is .invited throughout and-two- tenths (11: 59.2) feet -and ispisii: .
the The being concave.to th /:North a chord : '
day anniversary for the e"
ha L: feeder for 10-11-12 grades at distance of Six hung d UYWS.- .... ..
RJE. The addition of a physical pastor will begin on Monday night.: six and forty-five hundredths (676.-

education teacher a step in thia after the 5tb $un4a)., Elder' How- 45) feet to .p iron stake, said chordhaving .-- .
a bearing of oth Eigty-
direction. Parents interested in ard has served us long and well :-
DeWITT c. JONES; one (31) degrees, thirty (30) mantes -
meeting. Mr. Combs may come to arjd we want Jo phow hm how and thirty four (34) seconidf -... -

1 Phone 7 Starke, FI.,. _- _..--_ either. pf Ute schools. Knpw your much we appreciate his -services. East:, run twelve thence(12)North- minutes six (6) and degrees r..... --' .. -" -

: : t state as well as, county officers of Qur :Youth President Sister 'fer-: 7ifty 45O'seonds East a distance i, }

FnncoJ. Director AlbDhIlre Serrice education. kea bpn, It jerly o joip pf TWP hnndred seven and forty-

pur local fuBrl,b.,.nblw .&. .19 offer coveigeto ... Thurston! School Ne\vs: her husband in North Carolina.We an three iron hundredtis stake; run(2j07.43)thence feet South to

act th.miM Tillable.fff The first 'regular' PTA"meeting nilss-her-wonderfuiservjee in eigbty-ihne; (83) degrees: forty.'
*;even: (47) ffinutes jyftd iej np)
waS held on Monday night but I the youth program I>the ,cbure* seconds East! a distance of One Hun-

fj? ', ',.. ?* .-\.ff-ffjr'r'f* *frrrrrtV due to rain and the absence of xfty much! an SisJer W7: run thence. .South Six ( )_,degrees, ..
the wineipaJ, Mrs. S. C. Price, Steyag reporter,
) ', turBUk tlM blfteat typ errie* at lov.pt priMi, and -- U .twelve; (iz) minutes'and fifty (50) -

.ipt AJxT life policy in force ...a14 ANY ,second West a distance of TFJ'P
insuranceS ,by source of power without limit. days and ..MJi. ,* I hundred seven and forty-three hun-

OMnpaiy U pftjrmtnt fi> part er im fall(ma faMrII. Jiothjng j& Jmpojfiible for.God.. Tlephone number_ 15 femajns dredths (207.43) feet to an iron d
stake oa aforesaid Nprtherly boundary W
OIuaJttt'oa. .I .ctfifM- ..T .BO-. bUntlML ..' I He ,can work ,nu'racles. ,Bring joy uuc ; run thenc ia an Easterly H t .
1- 0 direction 'along said
I jto our hearts, and take us to ,
boundary and atyng: the arc of a ., -
heaven when we die. Just. write '. .. ," .t._SSSSSSSS' curve: said curve having a radius j

0 and what JJ9nc TO U06 PfinVGpf _, of Eleven Thousand 'three hundred
me your problem, you ALL PERSONS Who claim to have fifty-nine ;and; two tenths (11,359.2); .. ,
want me to pray with you for. hogs ranging fta ttus ,CAMP feet and% iag concave to the Northa '
START THE TERM HI)| No matter what It is., J 'MV BLANDING w441 MILITARY ree eeid RESERVATION bogs- chord -distance of, ix Hundred ... ..,phi Nle4s fa to tw,'W:revf s (odfsprkdri l -';'" I' ,-,,'
fifty-two and seventy-three hun of manujacUirtn': suggested 7v14
hold your letter in my confidenceand prior to 15 November 1957. All hogs dredths (652.73) feet'to a conerete ,VOQ don't ordinarily: see puny of the plawrahiefc mparfsoo model fag
no one but I shall know. within the limits of CAMP BLAND- monument on the E..sterlyary J wm- tiae Jjbaj f t feuilt djeep down into the all- deliverefl prices proves that f
ING after the above date have of aforesaid I Southwest the board. Ford is the lowest gpffg
Quar- "
Ford. For ptck feature righi across ..
"Inner {example .. .
been new ,- .. .
Then wp will pray. declared WILD GAME by tbf 1fr ' ject to tuejypg killeil *s such ta icordjtncf ,' eighteen (1S) minutes and "'' '
&o'a't '
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0. for a. ted //cajlouf 09 your fppt. Regulation With. Ggjne' Cognnigeiop. thirty (30) seconds West along said l I f-- *1 r -: i -.1'a : ;;: .r. 'iiII, u

Slit open a raisin and place "it Claimants! will obtain passes at Nine Easterly hundred boundary eighty-one*, distance and eighty of .I JetJ: II "' for.WI, The pqjy way to get fully acquaint** wjj*P5j' ,

on the callous. Stick a piece of the main gate to CAMP BLANDINGt two hundredths (981.82) feet 'to a ford engine to suit is to gftt b wljthe wM p4 "* <- Aad.w
pick a
I adhesive tape over aU and leavf 't>nl.r ..POD t.*? ReservatioD for concrete monument run thence This year you can will be have come in aDd -
j Yubuyabctictbiastan tlul wuas; oj rounding up and removing North hty.nlne, (89) Jdfgr<'Pa.fl/T I Ol( nf\ fawn a whole new family of you
all 1 until soreness is gone. Try eat their hogs. No permissioncan : ty-four (54) miautesand )1en- V 's. Or iou mav fcboote Ute jg? w'JcLa' 7 Ford at anj tuae,, -

;iii1M GIIIJ.1 l1dIr-I. ing raw cucumbers with salt.I be Issued by the Armory Board :ty (20) seconds West? ;61 1 r .,' *_ :-...-jf '-"*...-- 'Jf
: for hunting hogs subsequent U feet to a concrete monament; Make SIX ,
.- cI JJ poiMI -ODe for -J. peel and slice in thick slices. 1$ November 195T. run thence Nprtk Zero (..9)erees otlbR

Po9 .eats,, with salt Try jeaator ARMORY BOARD eighteen (IS) mlnnTe 1UDA'I.g \
.ltp fII.;MIftJ 'and thirty (30) seconps West a dfs- _I TrJt.1tiN _
i' oil on your warts. Rub it in. good| tance of One Handred sixty-nine L .
J JR. "-
"In k.e ada and four tenths ((16.4) feet to --
.. "'I.' each day. They will peel off an? Coined ep. ENG concrete mon men.t< on the Southerly a-

_Io ,. Emb.ook fII'-1IYI di sai>near. -Quarrmaater boundary of the right-of-way of
f4J Recorder, .Armory Board
Tomato .. Bessent Road; run thence *frorthfh
.. -- I made jCatsup.' {;hit It

[s life.,Only $"91 r up a pa of tomatoes, ang :cook four? (24)y-nine minutes(89) : degrees ani} Twe&ty twenty-120) Andrews Motor Co.

.' )' two onions in with',the tomatoes. IB The ClrejUt.'tovrt Of Fl rl.aElfBlk seconds West alog paid Southerly
/ t .9.dlela| Cirrvlt, IB fu&Vtr boundary a distance'of Four hun
j........ I When" cooked :I rubbed through' JirMf". QiBBty>> IB CkajMMyL. dred forty-six and seventy-five hundredths ..
a colander and added to the 0 POWELL.'ftlso known asiUTR'O. : (446.75) feetrto a concrete
II monument; run thence South Zero
-- .. juice, salt to taste a/jd sugar.*Jp ", ajtlr and Joined: POWELL with, John individ-H. (0) degrees fift4enl (IS) minutesand MADISON AND ADAMSSTS. r ONE. ll8 $TARh M

1' a cfeth I tied allspice in .)lle,8I1 QWJELL u Executors and forty (40) seconfl* fiaajtdjls> .
I rns.eu of the Estate ofCT ; tance of Two hnntred .I!xte.*p <2||) f

( .,;; bojlei stick of it rapidly cinnamon; down In until another thick. C.. ;Powell.Plaintiffs, deceased, left thence to North a concrete eighty monument' nine (89); run degrees If you're Interested in in A-l Used Car Be Sure to See Your-- Ford. Dealer ..........

) vs.' twenty-four i%4) jgpn"f]
and added vinegar to taste jet
twenty (20) seconds West a distance -
.. make the catsup thin. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD of Three hnndrtti. fnrtv.ai. -. .l -- ----.---_ _
not --- -- -
COMPANY, et al
n. t1htkt.M% II 1 -
t datatype :penclt boiled a while longer. Canned in Defendants : ; -

tct l-V. with ftmoui 'Eiterbr4 frfdngqw quart cans and will pour as needed IN AMENDED THE NAME NOTICE OF THE OP STATE SUIT

< t,. Vow cIioics of ijx fathioa pel ora. in my eajsup homes for e OF f LQWPA" t \
,TQ: tloiifa, Rajro,< pojppany.! .
let includes gUmorouj carrying case too. table. It is"good.. now known as Atlantic Gulf and YoUr QavinQAe; tf\'OJlEl"" :

So the days pass the months West India Transit Company. A :. :
& p- rjwMa corporation and Florida
1575 and the years. Each day j to afresh 1 I Ir aljroad Company of the State of :
::ii. : I beginning. God forgives Florida a dissolved Florida corporation -
and all parties claiming
ask Him.A .
r andjoves.us, U we but interests by; .ndr ,oragaJast I .
beautiful, wonderful world we said tM9.U.iJ' csn*,nJe j: "

ktruiiii. have. So many people to love James Mamie T.Johnson Austin. Clifford McRae. I pAID 'TWICE. EACH YEAR > .,

... ::-' } ...... ; and help. I hope to hear from Johnson. Bryant W. Hodges .

Deendabk 0 iflloflfB. > / e cattw'6ftlrtiy 't'.. -Mme.--. of- YOU- who read thin W.r;. Shaddockr A. Crosby',J.James; 'A. Jamlesoff"Bostwick,an R.(' .I _-- < 'J -}j.;,. j. -, :

Estubiook J os .
4 P9iit, for yjys pf>fine> writifl. j.,Ool|v : LOVE LURA. persons unknown be spouse dead then, heirs to his devisees(or her), I &ttprk.4EArianL.3% componnfled interest. I- ::'

grantees, creditors. and all other 4 t. Safe iLlleth1zuIlnunt..is.insnred;; upto ....

\$' Western Union vJ; 'persons property claiming fctrcinafter: any.interest described in\ ,)the Y. 10,000.. Start saying the ,COJIvenient way'todayEL1PRiDABiink

If through. under:or against &fb such S at the :
Thc ,} 77fl47flIOfl TeligrapbCo. deceased Florida. Land and immigration -
Company of .Floru .' and
., Ageocy. formerly, operatedat Florida Land and Tmmifrat Company '

Keek Drug fttore, Is,now feiag .- a body rporate, _a dissolved
corporation and all parties
operated at the Simpson Bicycleand claiming interests by. through UDder "

Br dfOtd Cotintv Tekranh Hobby Shop 238 South Wai ( ); or Charlie against Den said whdfee corporations residence 014 W ----m alSla.rktt
service will is 2)9 West 153rd Street. ,Apart- ::7 .
L nut St Hours of ment 14. New York New ,York; Le-
4 Deli; aa4 itMAtf4a Dell Wa..ita, .. ;
8:30 S S S S
continue to be a.; m. t01 -
whose residence is Halleidale For- -S aJ
OFFICE AND SCHOOL,.SUPPLIES 12:30-_- :_ ; P .-in.. ,1-and-.1:30" p. }E; to ...8; lia ida;ParaeU.tie Eddie Parnell.. ? ,.,U.and. *Lol Mrtaideaec (J.ONE .

p. a. iftfiday iteaujfr JI&! **y J .. .-,.JB 1(5 Wwt ItWh. Street.. --1 ..
'ew-or_ New York; Mabel Pareryant'and -' OF THE FLORIDA BANKS SERVING ALL FLORIDA...
10 ajo until 2. p.nvoa-Sun-' 11111 .XtomaBryaat..I -...-


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S Lutheran Services KLNGSLE7 "11!(:: '. -

122. E. Waiihlncton St MISSIONARY, BAPTIST' : "., ." Corner Can & Christian ,Streets (presently ,meeting; in City Hall) CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn
9:45..i J.,E. Sherwood, Pastor Sunday-Bible 10 Christian Endeavor Friday 7:30. ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday '
Regular aervlcijs will be held Sunday School : Morn? study. a. m., '
I CHURCH NEWS at 7:30 Sunday evening, at our tog Worship,, 11 -m.vEvectog: Sunday School 10 aa m.Lord's : worship, 11'' a. m.EveningYoung.. '- p. m. Bible Study Wednesday Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPB

new location, 12:2: Washington Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinf Supper-:11:15 'a. m ..people's,Bible 7:30 p.m. Sunday: MomingWor- Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m.

Street (near VVafinut Street) each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. ,Everyone Preaching services-11:20. a. m.and study, 7; preaching; 7:30. ship 11 a. m. Evening Worship Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. I

The Rev. Myron G.',Mader'pas* Jv 1come.-Rev.>H..,a.. -liott, 7 p. m. Wednesday" -Bible' study, 7:30. 7:30: p. m. Bible School,10 a. m. J LAWxrr .
Junior Choir '
tor of The First Lutheran Churchof pastor.- practice p. m. p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. ,Morning
Ocala: will conduct the Wednesday Radio Program, Station CHURCH OF CHRISTC. Worship 11 a, m. YPE Sere
At'The TabernacleActivities I Methodist Church services. {_ EVEBGB1ZN-0 Ladies Council meets first- ,and WRGR Monday,' 6:3p a,,m. L. Overturf Jr, Minister- ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m.
r third
j Tuesdays at 8 m.
p. 10
All without a home Sunday Sunday School
persons .
and services of the 9:45Sunday School for all church are invite to attend. BAPTIST CHURCHSunday Everybody 'invited to an''ser- NEW RIVER a. m., morning service. 11 a. m.. HIGHLANDBAPTIST

past, week at the Gospel Taber- ages. vkes.-- BAPTIST CHURCH evening service, 6:30 p. m. CHURCH

nacle were climaxed with a 11-Morning Worship. St. Mark' Episcopal School 10 'a.;'m..Preaching CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.. m.Worship Wednesday Bible study, 7:30 Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

party for the children of the Bi 6:15: Recreation time ,for 1L a.'m. Training...Union,830 LATTER DAY SAINTS Hour 11 a. m. Evenmj? Serve p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. and

ble School Saturday night. Bible MYF. Bey. 1 Raymond 4 MacBlal p. m. Preaching 7:3ff p. m..Prayer, Services eaCh'', Sanaa/ in old a'x. 7 PO;m.'' Prayer Meeting eaaWednesday. Radio Program Station 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each
games and choruses were "Dine-A-Mite' for Meeting Wednesday -7:38: 'p.'JI.:- WRGR, 8:309 a. m.. 7:30 Rev.
enjoyed 6:45 Services) St. Mark's Episcopal Masenic Hall.on'E. Call St. Sun TiS9 p. m. ""EYeryoaBible. Sunday. Wednesday, p. m. M
and 'refreshments were ser MYF. Church will be as follows: < day School 10 .a., m. Sacrament ." Subject for: the month "The George Chism pastor. Everybody

ved.This 7:15: Worship and business:I Sunday: 9:43 ajn. Church HIWAY CHAPEL, _' Service.:9:30 p. m. Everyone wel* welcome.
week Is given over to meeting for the Senior and Intermediate School and Adult Cltsa11; a.m. -. ASSEMBLY OF GODG. come. BROOKER.BAPTIST CHURCH SEVENTH DAY

special meetings held each nightat MYF.8Evening pjn. :.... Y. P. S. L.Wednesday Rev. C. Bruce Stalling; pastor ADVENTIST CHURCH PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS

7:30 o'clock through Sunday Worship. : 7ss pvm."- Utany M. Osbor&e, pastor: CHRIsT'L'N'CHURCB' Sunday School 10 m..morn Services each Sabbath In the CHURCH

The speaker Dr. Harry F. McGee Everyone is invited to worship and Meditation; 8 r+DL Chair Sunday School, 10. t..m..Morn ">Piev.J..'E. Sherwood, Pastor ing worship, 11 a. in.; training home'of'S. N. Brown across from Sunday School: 10 a. m.; MornIng

was an Army chaplain in with us. Listen to station Practice. __ ing Woirship, 11 a. m.ICvang ells- Bible School, 9.5'L _m. Morn* union '7 p..' m.; 'evening worship, Bethel Baptist Church east of Worship, 11 a. m.; Erange--

World War II: and was wounded WRGR Sunday from 11:30 till 11 a. m.; .3rd Sunday, 7:39 a. m. tic Service 7:45 p. :nr.;Thursday in g' Worship, 11 a. m. ,Youth 8 p. m. Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting

five times while in the front 12 noon. Holy Communion: sat; Sunday, weekly prayer service. ,.Invita Church, 6:30 p. m.:- All .young Wednesday-Hour Prayer Bible Study each Wednesday.. listic services. 7:30 p. m.

lines and fox holes with his sol- awaits everyone. tion extended to everyone. people invited. 8p.m.' : 7:30: p. m.-Arden Mote pastor. 7:30 p. ra.to .'

diers. Dr. McGee was Bible '-'- .
St Edward's Church I, .
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teacher_ in Florida Bible Institute, : -

Tampa while evangelist Billy Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. :: j.--f I

Graham was attending school Holy day masses 6:30 a, m.and

there, and has just returned 8:30: a. m.

from 16 weeks assisting in the Children's Catechism Cos each

City.Graham campaign in New York Wednesday Keystone at 3:15 Heights p. m. c Church tins w

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His: topic for tonight (Friday) (At St. William's Chapel) 1g -' T -- 0-- -- iII

xvill,be "The Last. Sign of the (Follow Hiway 21 south to St ,- .

Second Coming of Christ," andfor' William's Sign.) I -I
Sunday Mass 8 a. nu
Saturday night liThe End of.
Russia Holy day masses 7:30: a. m.
According to Bible Pro- .

ph cy." ,....... '-:
< Confessions before nil Masses.
Sunday Schoo. 10 a. m. Morning .
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn-
Worship, 11 a. m. Evening t
tag Worship, 11 Training
a. m. :" .
Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid-
ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting ..
week Prayer, Meeting, Wednes-
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyone ,
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By lira lacy Normaa I I

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HAMPTON Rev. and Mrs George Chiam \ THE II II I

of Moniac, Ga. were visiting Mr. ., "Slarke's Leading .
and Mrs. Lacey Norman last FARMERS SUPPLY .Jeweler"I I
"Sept. 26 8' P.M.
and dinner guestsof ::4\
Sunday were Tt m jf o :
the Albert Normans. A. .R. Johnson :
Mrs. Shirley Wilbur of South r;

Florida was in our community
i1 Gaal arw FILM ( '-., STARKE J
her I
Sunday afternoon. Before Q- c
)'' is WI DE SCRUM marriage she was Shirley Nor- SERVICE;. 4

man, daughter of Theodore Nor \ : (. : BUILDERS SUPPLY
tv 1.
,3 111 man.Mr. At 1
and Mrs Floyd Normanand ,

son Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles UNION BUS STATION' ft

i Mosely, all of Jacksonville were .,

weekend Normans.Mrs. guests of the L. M. FLORIDA REALTY

i Charles Starling and new Ta" qx i (* 4

baby returned Saturday from I .3 OF STARKE
+ Callahan after spending a week. HART, FURNITURE' I
( there. r
VP Happy birthday to Carol Norman COMPANYSMITTY'S

Sept. 6, and Linda Padgett

E'w. Sept. 8. S I I WESTERN AUTO

'Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Starling! t 9 s >f .

4 + and son of the State Farm attended ASSOCIATE STORE i
d il0.utT totctf I : '
church services here last ;}
Sunday.Mr. ," :. f. ': :' J. F. Jaudon

""StO and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and f "Look- There' :those two kids' who moved Into our neighborhood from'.some'for.
S CfO C I \ BARBER SHOP ? Jimmy'- are Just j ) :
,, children of Green Cove Springs ,
eign'country. Look' at:them! This bus has them wondering*
sure got
spent the weekend here with IJ I .. .. .

Mrs.Normans.Mrs.:Sapp's. parents, the Lacey w Dennis Smith ..Yes,,..Fred,.,your: ,mOdern,'school' bus surely do-es'l have them-wondering, but 'maybe your 'eyes GIB BROWN'S

would,"bugout",; too if you had come from a"'country"where you could; consider yourself mighty
Bettie Starling and Sarah'
fortunate.( If,there was a school'you could attend even bye, walking.1: You are. in a land where the
Norman in Jacksonville last
were '
school: bus'modem .school buildings with gymnasiums,:playing u fields, 'heated rooms 'and hot, lunchSERVICE STATION
to Bettie some glass-
Friday get
F.wlvri/lg RW M t r w W. L. THIGPEN
BUY GRAHAM TEAM ea ,es are, common. .to nearly* every community .
r nosing CM Geraldine Griffis spent Sun- -Z BUILDER .'But}:there's another thing, 'an admonition to all parents. 'While the.Freds and .Jimmies of our
AIL SCOTTISH CAST with Doris Pendarvis
day near
Lawtey. ... time'get.a; peat'fitait! ,fa their 8ehooling,'Instilling the 'habit of- regular church. attendance inyour; RED 5

Don't forget Sunday School at Phone 297-J children., }f"another/ealizatioo-:.f-the obligation between parent, and'chud. 'The child's benefits will

9:45: a. m. and church services be.greatest later --,,when' the, time.conies to' face problems! -which; call-.for.the- .faith- .:that only regMARINE CENTER

at 11 a. m. and 7 p. 'm. Prayer" ular.church attendance;, can nurture. .
: ,
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meeting each Wednesday nightat Fred Graudon

7:30 p. m. HARDY BROTHERS I ,. .


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