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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Light Meeting Begins Council's YearThe BRADFORD CQUN1YTELEGRAP Single Copy' "| Oc<



City Council eased into anew ,

year of activity Tuesday HAZEN RENAMED Official County Publication Established In 1879

right with a light agenda consisting .
CHIEFT.
COUNCIL
l mainly of routine maintenance VOLUME SEVi.: TY-l\'SE STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 4, 1957 NUMBER FIFTEEN

administrative problemsand ,
and --
C. (Cliff) Hazen Jr.

several items larger for matters future was reelected chairman Board In Blacks RECOUNT SUIT Youth ArrestedOn
brought up as
Tuesday night as the Starke
consideration. i' City Council rolled into a WAITS ANSWERS Grand Jury Indicts 3
into the -
An
investigation possibility
new of operation with
year
of hiring a woman on the| Year Ends"We Developments in the suit
two, new members beginningtheir Drug ChargeNarcotics
police fjrce to serve at the traf- for a recount of the votesin

fie control point at the school terms. Starke's city clerk race
The Council also voted to
house was launched by the remained at a standstill On U. S. Shine CountsEvidence
mem-I' retain the same officials in will definitely be in the was tied in with the
bers. It was argued that this week the deefendants'
black this Clerk
I' the appointive positions} re- year, County moonshine-fire-shooting activities -
move would relieve the policeman to the complaintwere
answers
appointing R. F. Demorestfor Charles Darby announced to the in Bradford County this week
now on duty at the school for oth-| another three year termon Commission Monday as the awaited. when a youth named the sheriffs -

er activities. I the Beard of Bond trustees members approved transfers a- The answers are expected : two chief suspects in the fire and Held Up Fire Shooting Investigations
of the proposal will !
Approval i to be filed in the next
renaming A. J. Thomas mong various accounts in the shooting cases as the men who ,
hinge on whether or not it can bej j Jr. as City Attorney and budget to clean up the loose ends few days and it is pre- sold him drugs. Others Continued By Sheriff FederalThe
worked out without a great increase dicted that the case will Against
approving the reappointmentof of financial activity for the year. The youth, William P. ReamesJr.

Johns in expenditure.instructed City Clerk to all of the present police The Commission also authorized proceed swiftly after than. ., was placed under $1,500 bondon two investigations; into the tests with more men yet to be
Carl .
was
force. Darby and Chairman H. A. Bish- The complaint was filed Indictments against three of
in a charge of illegal possession house fire and shooting incidents examined.
figure time the to amount policemen spent last over-year As the meeting started op Jr. to pay kills. c6ming under last week by attorney Mack of drugs. The affidavit on which the 11 men arrested in recent which plagued witness Robert L. Still being sought by the

to see pay if this amount would pay the officials elected to their the tudget for the fiscal year Futch in behalf of Merrill the youth was arrested charged weeks on federal moonshine Patterson last month were reported sheriff are the two men' he listsas

for the policewoman.City posts in the recent city which ended Sept. 30. Edwards, who lost out by that he had in his possession charges were returned by the to be progressing this his chief suspects. He said he

Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. election were administeredthe Darby said that instead of two votes in the Sept. 10 172 capsules containing a central federal grand jury concluding week though neither Sheriff P. is following every lead to deter-

was authorized to draw up an oath of office by City being in the red as has been the balloting. nervous syystem stimulant called hearings in Jacksonville Monday. D. Reddish nor Assistant U. S. mine thier whereabouts.

crdinance providing for a five ton Attorney Thomas. The new case in the past two 'years, the Preparing the defend- Biphetamine resin "not obtainedon Assistant U. S. District At- District Attorney E. Coleman Patterson testified before the
additions to the Council are ants' side of the
case are torney E. Coleman Madsen in revealing -
load limit on residential city County will have $6,000 or $7- written, prescription" of a :Madsen would give any details. federal grand jury in Jacksonville
J. D. Doyle, who is replac"ing City Attorney A. J. Thomas the indictments termed
streets. The action came after 000 over. The Commission at- doctor. The affidavit was signedby Reddish said that his investi- last Thursday wit his
I. E. Clark and Randal Jr. the '
JIayor \V T. Jackson told the the seat left tributed the improved financial representing the P. W. Sapp of the State Nar- them "just Beginning", of gation is "doing as well as couldbe testimony reported to have beenan
Chitty, taking Council who composed connected with moonshine
Council that the city had no or- vacant by the resignation of standing partly to the new system Canvassing Board which cotics Bureau. cases expected." Two investigatorsfrom important factor in bringing'

dinance with which to back up its of controlling road work in Possession> of such drugs Unless operations here. the Florida Sheriffs Bureau about the, indictment of Fate
Andrews
Joe JII.
signs prohibiting heavy trucks, Other officials sworn in which the road foreman is given stamped the official and approval prescribed or 'given by a Truby Slade of Hampton was arrived last weekend and have Brown and J. Maurice Edwards.
on the election, named in the latest indictment
from these streets. full physician was made illegal in
responsibility. an been working with Reddish on
were incumbents beginningnew The investigations into the
A. Z. Adkins Jr. of Gainesville )
released indictments
The discussion was sparked 'by Darby also said that the Commission act passed by the recent sessionof by Madsen. Earlier the case.Madsen.
terms W. T. witness intimidation
Mayor
angle were
a comment from Chairman T. C. has strived harder to representing City the legislature. Maximum had been released
Jackson, Council memberMrs. contacted Wednesday, launched after Patterson's house
Clerk Johns.
Hazen Jr. that trucks were using control spending.In Carl penalty for a first violation of charging Fate Brown, suspended
Ruby Johns, and City Circuit Judge John A. would not comment on the fed- burned to the ground in the early
certain streets in residential districts other this statute is a $1,000 fine deputy sheriff, and J. Maurice
Clerk Carl Johns. action the Commission H. Murphree is expectedto or eral probe to determine if the incidents morning hours of Sept. 12 and
Edwards Jr. Bradford
children and County
endangering settled two in
a $1,500 bill for years prison or both.
Before the new Ccuncil repairs to intimidatea he the of
when the issueis were plots was target a pistol'shot
beating the streets. preside farmer, with possession of moon-
, up took over the operation 'tor on the County's road grader decided. ,At the present time Reamesis witness. on Sept. 13.
" Requests from a QuarterbackClub for $1,000. The Commission under three years probationfor shine.
the old Coun-
the
new year The sheriff said he is makinga Patterson reported that the
delegation asking the Council the Only Cases Presented
last month of service
cil held a short session to refused to honor the :NOTICE robbery a station -
to fill in low spots near the bill, claiming that in Starke earlier this Madsen said that the cases thorough investigation, check- shot was fired at! him from an
bills falling in the a repairmanfrom year.
stands at the high school stadium approve the Sheriff P. D. Reddish saidth' against these three men were ing into every possibility. He automobile occupied by two meet
old fiscal company was responsible -
and to for the rear year. Because the badeac- said the six Bradford County men which pulled alongside his car
supply lights for a large part of the dam t Reames named the two men the only ones out of those arrested -
referred to ther Wednesday-kept many in the federal have as he was driving! SR100
of the stadium were The he has been seeking as suspects on which evidence was charged cases on ..
age. compromise
when the figure was persons from attending theopen statements and taken about four miles south of Starke.
the County Commission Judge Patten worked out in consultation witha house at the Starke in the shooting affair reportedby presented to the grand jury. given full ,

members expressed reluctance to representative of the Robert L. Patterson, witnessin Presentation of evidence in the I

property.use city equipment The members on told private the Wrongly Accused, Deputy bonds were company.approvedby program municipal.has power been plant rescheduled the- the federal moonshine cases, other cases was held off pending Morgan Speaks At PTA

the Commission for Riley as the men who sold him the completion of the federal agents'
Oct. 13,
for Sunday,
delegation that if they received no
AdmitsStarke's Sweat and E. C. Crawford. capsule Reames_ denied selling investigation into the operationin
satisfaction from other sources to Story from 1 until 5 p. m. City

renew their request later. Guy Andrews requested that officials will be on hand to any himself, the sheriff said. Bradford County. Proposed Bond Issue Discussed
the Commission write to ,State The capsules were discoveredon Brown and Edwards were indicted -
The Council, however, did agreeto Circuit Judge GeorgeL greet \isitors to the plant.
Road Reames by the on a charge of possessing -
jailer
Department engineer J. A. Dolph
the line to take
city's
use drag
Patten gained the spotlightin Brewer concerning substandard Reddish when the youth was 75 gallons of'' moonshine on May Bradford County High Schoolcan $450,000, the superintendent said.
down flag poles at the stadium a story out of New York this road House Safety Class 22. Slade ia charged with two expect no auditorium for at This would be added to the
signs on U. S. 301 taken to the
and in front of the high school so week when the Associated Press jail on a speeding
I counts of ten unless a bond issue funds received from the
moonshine least : regularly
possessing
north of Starke. years ,
they can be repaired and painted.The admitted they had wrongly accused -. For Adults PlannedThe charge., Reames had been arrested '
Andrews also the Commission 25 gallons on the first count is floated for school con- State to make up the total expenditure -
request .vas made by Foster him ar a co-conspirator in.. ; gave on the traffic charge by Dep- '
and 60 gallons on the second. struction County Super- of $617,000.
money ,
Shi Smith on behalf of the Stu- divorce fraud. an outline of the planned Adult Education program '
dent Council an alleged activities for the forthcoming Vill offer a class in home safety, uty: 'Sheriff Robert Cox.. Patterson Testifies intendent H. P. Morgan told a If the bond issue were approved -,

t. In other action, the Council approved admitted The story that correcting there the basis error Bradford County Fair health, and first aid starting as The legislature placed, the restrictions Testimony from Robert L. Pat- meeting of the Starke Elementary Morgan said, the county could
was no
a ,purchase of 135 used with soon as a sufficient'number of applicants on the drug after sev- terson, who was shot at and PTA in the cafetorium Tues spend this $450,000 as it ,siw 'fit
meters horn South for connecting Judge Patten can be enrolled. An organizational whose home burned to the day night. and would'not have tou abide
parking a Real Estate eral
the case. Suffolk County (N. Y.) Office cases of violence in other
Florida firm for $250. meeting will be held ground, was the principal basis Morgan said that a survey ,by the State's priority system.
Dist. Atty. John P. Cohalan Jr. sections of the'state had been
After compaints were noted Opened By Elrod Monday, Oct. Tin room 13 of the for the indictment against Edwards earn from the State Dept of Ed- Morgan pointed out4 that. in
was 'There is
about odors from the city garbage quoted as saying: high school building at 7:30 p.m.A attributed to it.i.r .- and Brown, Madsen said. ication had recommended a con- order to call a bond election a

truck when it is parked, the Council nothing in our possession, to indicate A new real estate office in small fee of $2 per person Patterson and an undercover struction program requiring an expenditure petition must be signed b1.25

:..d. Issued instructions for clean- that Patten was a partyto Starke was .opened".this. week by will be, charged., \ NEW DIRECTORS- i federal.,,agentj, purchased the 75 of $617,000 in the next per cent of ..the registered freeholders -

ing and disinfecting the vehicles. the" conspiracy or even awareof Harry C. Elrod Jr. Offices for I Persons interested in enrollingin 1 I gallons of moonshine from Ed- five years in Bradford County. If in the county. In order to

Street maintenance problems it. the new company are in the. Elrod the course may contact Charlie Dr. C. J. Houpt and Foster Shi I wa'ds at Patterson's home near Capital outlay funds are used ratify the issue, 50 per cent of

ordered remedied by the Council Judge Patten said he had received Furniture Store, 218 Temple Ave. Cowen, phone 351-W, or L. H. Smith were elected as members of Hampton Junction, he said. for the construction, he said, the registered freeholders: must

were holes in the street near the a certified copy of the Elrod is a licensed real estate Gibson in the USO building, phone the Quarterback board of direc I Brown is accused of playing a first priority must be given to vote in the election and a ma-

Elementary school and an open complaint in the case and his ;roker. 59-J. tors. I part in "a scheme to assist classrooms. The need for addit- jority of those voting must favor

catch basin in a residential area. name was not listed anywhereon manufacturers and distributorsof ional classrooms will absorb all :the issue.

The Council asked that a gratebe itt The judge said that apparently To Cheer The Tornadoes On moonshine to dispose of their funds the county can expect to Morgan estimated that on the

put over the catch basin as the reporter had pickedhis illicit produce in Bradford Coun- receive through regular channelsfor basis of present property, valuations -

. soon as possible to prevent harmto name up from some of the I ty," the prosecutor said. This at least the next ten years, the $450,000 bond issue
exhibits in the He hac*
ca. !!
\
children.A .
does not necessarily mean that Morgan said, leaving no money would require an additional six-
student in the Civil Engineering 1 signed court orders for a referee Brown actually handled the for an auditorium or other desir- mill levy on taxable property in
of in the divorce and other docu-
class at the University
whiskey. able structures of a lower prior- Bradford County for 20 years.A .
the Council'sokay ments. -
Florida was given Federal Agent great deal of work will be ,
' to use the City of Staike The judge said that even ity.To
The indictments against Slade out the full required to put the bond issue
e- __ carry program
a! his subject in a city planningproject. though he had good basis for a -- -_ t' I
litel were based on information fur- of recomended construction over, the superintendent said,
suit against the serv-
press
nished by an undercover would and if this course is decided up-
4 federal require a bond issue of
On suggestion of Randal Chitty ice he had not intended suing
agent, Madsen raid. Slade is on members of PTA groups will
the members agreed to purchasesome and had brought no pressure; on
charged with 25 be called upon to assist in the
possessing gal-
"Children Drive Slow"&gns them for the correction. He said FAVORITE
lons of moonshine of educating the publicto
for lesidential areas. he belived the correction story on May 28 program
and 60 gallons on May 29. FOOD the need, Morgan said
t The Council made plans for the was brought about through the .. FARE
; construction of a shed to house efforts of a Jacksonville reporterwho : r According to Madsen, the The speaker was introduced by

the bulldozer which is expected to had noted the error. moonshine arrests and indictments Attf'ntiond'f'g! Mrs. Arthur Holliday, presidentof

be delivered soon for the sanitary are not an end in themselves Want to know \\hat your the Starke Elementary School
The original story had said !: .- husband PTA %ho presided over the'
land fill program. : but a step in the governments liken to eat?
Mayor W. T Jackson threw his that Judge Patten was namedas : investigation of cases of The Starke Rotary Club business session preceding' Mor

ideas for moving the city jail to a co-conspirator in an indict- conspiracy toiolate federal recently took a poll on favorite gan's talk. .

i a new spot and constructing amore ment accusing Walter Siben of -kcf l, laws. The investigation is still foodi.Steakwon. It was decided that the School
-
I Bay Shore, N. Y. of forging evidence -
modern structure into the Board and the Superintendentshould
continuing, Madsen said, and the by a nose;
discussion arena and the matters to obtain a Baker County *' evidence will be presented to a Fried Chicken-flew in make up a list,,of proposed "

were taken under advisement divorce. Joan from his exsecretary.Mrs. later grand jury. He said this second; construction that would

Council members said they want- Cullen. The indictmentsaid will include evidence against Roast Beef-gratied in be financed by the bond issue

ed to study the issue in connec- that Mrs' Cullen obtainedthe others on moonshine charges. third; and submit it at a future ,meet-

tion with the new budget to see divorce without going to Fish-also ran. ing of the PTA..
what funds would be available Florida, although state Jaw requires Conspiracy Counts

for the project. 90 days, residence. Asked if conspiracy charges .

Terming the jail "outsided" and could be brought against Brown,
Edwards and 2 Cases Certified To Circuit Court
in a poor location, the mayor said Club the Slade in additionto
that 'it wouldn't take much to IQuarterback moonshine charges Mad-

},. have a modern Jail." La\ora Capps (renter) captains the 1957 BUS Tornado Cheerleaders and is ably sen replied; "Let's put 'it this j
Mayor Jackson also asked that way, the indictments on whiskey During County Plea Day ProceedingsTwo
the Council consider the possibility -I supported by ((1-r) Penny Hollingsworth, Becky Brice, Barbara Bates, Elissa Stefa- counts does not mean they will

Of Palatka nelli, Mary Agnes Matthews, Robbie Capps, and Virginia Jean Darby. not be indicted also
on
of starting a program of sending GroupJack conspiracy felony cases were certified of James 0. Baxley late at night

policemen to police school. [. counts. to the Circuit Court when the defendants and striking Baxley.

The Council instructed Power Bush, past president of the MEET P. K. YONGE TONIGHTTornadoes Madasn would not predict when waived hearing before Judge Yawn in pronouncing the,

Supt. Riley Wasdin to, prepare 1 I Big Brothers Club of Palatka, was the cases against the trio wouldgo County Judge T. A. Yawn Mondayand maximum Jail sentence ,noted that

sketches of plans for street light guest speaker at a meeting of the to trial. The next term of a petit larceny case was set Carter had been involved in considerable -

ing in several areas now unlighted. local Quarterback Club held in the federal court begins Nov. 12, but for trial later this month when a trouble in his neighborhood. -

I JBHS I cafeteria Tuesday night. Top Bolles 130By the prosecutor said he could not i-ot guilty plea was entered. "You can't seem to learn

Preceding the meeting, a covered say whether or not these cases Waiving preliminary hearingwere any other way so we'll get you

Increase Is ShownIn dish supper was served at 6 would be on the docket E. M. Willingham who is out, of circulation for a while"
Mark Moore
Miller. Miller received the ball on ens, Charles and of
o'clock, Noegel plenty The next session charged with assault with intentto the judge remained.
grand
TaxesThe the 30 yard line and carried it jury
Cigarette to
penalties. commit murder and Harold Carter u also under bond a
Mr. Bush reviewed some of the Tonight (Fridayith) two will be held in January. on
the 36. Tad
straight wins for moral support, Duke then plungedto Another exciting event happened Starling, charged with grand lar: charge of withholding support
new sales tax law put into accomplishments of the Palatka the 31 yard line and to proveit during the second quarter. The from his child.

effect on July 1 has resultedin Club which he said included the the Bradford: Tornadoes will chal- was to be a rugged game, Bolles Tornadoes recovered a fumble by 18 Are Initiated ceny.Willingham is Judge Yawn sentenced John W.

increased revenue from cigarette purchase of a hydro therapy unit, lenge P. ,K. Yonge at the High was then penalized 5 yards. Bolles and. pushed them from their accused of firinga Bates of Lawtey to pay, $25 or
at his
an electric dryer for use on team Into Starke.FF A pistol stepson. Buck Bonnet -
School Stadium. Last. the After two 20 yard line to their 5 from wh'ereCh .
taxes for Starke and other uniforms, and the securing of year only more. downs during an argument in their serve 30 days in jail after Bates

cities. sponsors for an electric score Tornadoes beat P.. K. but the Bolles again penalized 5 yards. r1es Osborne? plunged across Eighteen first year agriculture home north of Starke. Starlingis pleaded guilty to public intoxica
Gainesville team is to be the goal line. This was the second tion. The judge also served
For the month of July Starke board. He complimented the local i reported Trying desperately y to regain their students were initiated into the ; accused of stealing a bathtub Bates
:stronger this year. P, K. will be and last, T. D. inthe game. The with a warrant which had been Issued -
from his next door
club on the good start that it has lost ground, Jimmy McMillan Starke Chapter, Future Farmersof neighbor's
fl'Cl"ived1,030.28. from cigarette Tornadoes
: also scored the extra last November
!using the split T" formation. charging him
house and the wire from a chicken
made and he licked the idea of America, at its meeting Tuesday -
taxes about $700-$800 Increase opening the club membership to I The boys to watch are Swilley and pushed through to Bolles 38 yard point bringing the score to 13-0. night of last week. pen in her yard.A with withholding support from
Stevens, right and left half-back. line. Seeing that their best During the rest of the game his child.
over previous month-. Before the v.omen, which was done I petit larceny
recently case against
Coach Lennard Register predicted chance was a good long kick, Bolles tightened its offense and The new members are Ellis An incident of firecrackers tossing
;
new law went into effect, here.Carl t this week it will be a close game. Charles Conway kicked for Bollesto put up a good fight. The Tornadoes Coleman, Ronald Crosby Billy Harold Norman former cab driver cost Vence .,Clayton. Stanley
was set for trial in the County
Starke's share of sales taxes ran Lamar Johns, chairman of I Last Friday Sept. ,27, the Tornadoes Starke's Bob' Taccia who carried became aware that such boys Dampier, Nathan Green, Bobby $35 after he pleaded guilty to the
Court
trial term which will
a committee to meet with the City met and defeated the Uncontested it to Bolles 35 yard line. as Bolles' Bill Tyni. John Offutt, begin charge. Stanley was
< charged
S32()() 33ftO
about monthly. Haisten Charlie
I Hooper, Elmer Oct. 14. Norman is accusedby
Council, reported that the Council Bolles team from Jack Everyone then settled back for a Jimmy McMillan: John Parramore with disturbing the peace by
, The increase is a result of the had approved the club's requestfor sonville. Before the game Starke dog-eat-dog J fight for a goal when end Ray Ettel were not just play- Hunter, Edwin Johnson James: W. Williams, his former employer throwing firecrackers in a residential

3 ,per cent tax which was placedon adequate police patrol at foot- had little knowledge of the Charles Noegel' found a hole in ing for their health. Bolles came Doughman, Wesley Moody, John: of the theft of $28.45. district. '

cigarettes in addition to the hall games. strength of the, Bolles,team. However the line. With the crowds and within nine yards of Starke's goal Nasworthy, Tom Smith, Otis Tet-! turn Williams in the said money Norman on his failed last day to Stanley, who recently moved to

5 cent state excise tax in Gilbert Goldwire. president of about 30 minutes before even Noegel amazed at this sud- during the last of the third quar- stone, Winfred Tomlinson James: on the job. Bradford County, told the judge
already the club, expressed appreciationto game time, statements began to denbreak, he covered the 35 yards ter. But they were only pushed that such activity wasn't eon.Mdereda1awv1oIaUonInthete
existence. The funds from the 3 members of the police department travel through the stadium that to the goal for the first touch- back again by those fighting Tornadoes Watkins, T. F.. Wilkerson, Earl A six month jail sentence, the

: per cent tax and the 5 cent ex- for the good job done at the Bolles was stronger than had been down of the. game. and plenty of penalties Saniford and Troy Luke. maximum permitted was levied where he previously lived. t

cis\ collected within the boundaries opening game last week. He said expected. Both teams then got down to against both teams. Wayne Parrish' Danny Phillips by Judge Yawn against Mack Car 'Don't you know better thaa to

the police volunteered their services At 8 p.m.ith thecrowd's, tension business, with Bolles faced with Tuesday night, Oct. 2, the B and Edward Endicott were unableto ter of Lawtey who pleaded' guiltyto do such a thing?" the Judge ask

of the city aye reverted to and should be commended mounting high.Starke's. Gary such set-backs as Bob Taccia I squad gam 'of Bradford vs.Bones attend and will be initiated at assault and battery. Carter ed. The Judge termed the episodea

the City. f, '... _. for their cooperation. Bennett kicked off to Bolles' Mike-Charles Osborne, Freddie;Steph- was called .off; >:n account of rain. ,a later meeting I was accused of entering the home "ridiculous proosIt1ou.r, .%../'
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: TWO BRADFORD COUNTY 'l'ELEGRAI'B.-8TARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY,' SEPTEMBER:27, 1957

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We regret to learn of the death
editorial Farmer's Diary LONG BRIDGE of Mrs. Eddie, Mullen of Andulusia -

t'k AND NEW RIVER Ala., mother; of .Mrs. Joe.Les-

;:E: I fly. Sam HcGarrry: Mrs. E. A. Sapp lie Forsythe. The Mullens have .k y a SIJr4 ,
lived in the Moody trailer .-
t recently
_, The Right To Kn6wA &AAA LA AAAA.A. !..AAAA.1rs. park. Our deepest sympathyto
1 41 to oats or rye. One reason they the family.Mr. .
( .A newly elected City Councilman talking to ui give is that U stands.up to the Fronle Moody'and Mr. and and Mrs. Nelson Dekle and
.. ,. Mrs.' Jay :Moody visited; Mr. and ,
> Frances, of Jack
: the other day was greatly concerned over; the extent cold better tnan eitner of the Mrs. Vernell Moody in Lakeland daughter; Mary ''
,
sonville .weekend of
were guests
the public is informed of the activities of other two crops mentioned. last week.
the M. L. Johns Jr. family.
, ,its officials."I'think s sHear Mr.,.and Mrs. Mitchell Lang- Mrs. Mary Snowden enjoying

i it is vital that the people know everything that some fall seeds will ford and children of Gainesvillewere a, visit with her. daughter, Mrs. i
be'scarce and that the prices will Ethel Johnson, in Gainesville.
that goes on in a City Council meet- Sunday dinner guests of the

j fn r;" he said in,, asking. us if we covered every high. the One seed expert told us Robert Blacks. TilE RIGHT POINT "for the :
that sweet yellow and white ;
session. Mrs. Arthur Redding, who Bud Moody left Tuesday for way you write. Come In and select .1
lupines have failed In this section -
We'were thankful for this attitude in a public lives with her family out at New the ,- and that they do not pro- Perry where ne nas accepted a your favorite ES1' KBItOOK I. a
old Redding homestead on position with Florida Power & Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH s rYs
official, especially a new one. Many times pub- River, while she was carryingsome duce seed for'. some. e reason. ?
lic officials are slow in realizing the importance freshly killed reef into the i

I of keeping thg people they are serving informed cold storage plant at Starke. Have often wondered just how :
accurate of the -
Mrs. said that they some property .
tlleir'activities.Many Redding

of i times newspapers have butted heads with well managed stocked to with keep their beef and freezer that lines are from olit what in the we country have' learned because -- HARRY C. ELROD JR. =.
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the mistaken attitude that publicity is harmful. helps to keep down the food bill. about: the early history of
"They sh6uldn't be told abbut' what is going on Bradford' County some of them 1 REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERANNOUNCES.

until it's too late: for 'them to interfere." Such There are millions of pine were not too carefully surveyed. ..

an attitude; we Be1ieis, based on misconceptions trees growing in this county but Out understand hire north, there of,Is, Lawtey some land we MIKE KLONDES AND FAMILY

and harms the officials much more than there will be 125,000 more this .
which has been "lost" but we
coming year, for that numberwas Mike Klondes has been a resident of Bradford County fora
the "public interference" they feared.As heard this week that the problemis
obtained last Friday through THE OPENING OF HIS of
period 42 ears. He has raised four families in this
the official l we were talking to pointed out, County Agent George.Huggins' even greater near Brooker,
He born in Island
where all I county. was Patmas, Greece in 1892 and
things are really jum-
the more a governing body acts in secret, the office. As the demand! for pulp- bled REAL ESTATE OFFICEAT reached Bradford County in 1911. I thank all of you peoplein

more suspicion it brings to itself and finally!! theofficials wood seems. to be almost endless, up "..' : the entire County for your very pleasant friendship. I

lose touch with the people' they are supposed the to be planting a good of investment seedlings for seems the Collards and other greens are 218 TEMPLE AVE. take this County for my home for the rest of my life. I
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to be serving. bringing a good price ((51.75 to
thank each and one of from' the bbttom of
future. (Elrod Furniture Company) every you my
Just the fact that the officials whb take such S $2.251) so some of our farmers heart.

measures are opposed to l letting the people know One of our milk cows Daisy, are cashing in on the good old
reliables. A, market manager' told
about what is going on, even though they actually is as usual taking her own time us one time that the farmers If you have any type of property, for sale.. MIKE KLONDES.
about 'having a calf. We keep \
believe they'are somehow benefitting the
around here would do, a lot, better -
watching her every day ,becausewe please advise us and our representative
city is indication that they drifting toward
an are : want to treat the calf's navel if they, would concentrate on
attitude of considering themselves growing ,
an a with iodine or screw-worm medi- greens. will call on you for- details t -'--- :- -: -.- -'
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private club instead of a public 'body. cine, but Daisy is apparently in iIt's .

Whenever the public is kept in the dark about no hurry. If we know her, she'll funny how quickly you

Council activities', the freshman councilman said, have it right in the middle of a get to remember used to changes.that when It we is came hard OPEN LISTINGS INVITED t : .

they soon begin to-suspect that the members are storm or something. t like that. here nine years ago the highwayout' \ ., ,
engage in 'some activities that would not stand front used to be crowded

the test of 'public inspection. The more knowledge Notice that the Experiment with cows and hogs,. and now 218 Temple Ave. Phone 43 ,, ; ,
activities the Station does not recommend the you never. see any. It's a good .
.the public has about their l less
Wheat in
planting of Coastal thing too, for the traffic: movesa I

suspicion this' area yet, and yet we knowof _lot__ _faster_____ nnw than_____ _it_ did___ then_. -
We are not writing these things in criticismof a number of stockmen who __

'the present Council Or any other local governing have planted wheat and prefer it All hail the, new world's cham- __ d11 '

body but because the conversation with the ...... YTY ....yyY, pion egg layer, a Leghorn hen at __
New Jersey extension service i ,
new Councilman got us to thinking that 'publIc t
farm which broke the record by _
r.
officials seem to be' realizing more and more the HAMPTONBj '
laying over 350 eggs in one year! x
truth of his statements. ., Thisattractive 1 't

\Ve were happy to be able to assure the new Bin. D. E. till All of which reminds us that Quantity Rights Reserved. .

Councilman that only on rare, emergency occasions AAAAli AiA A 1.Berj.1 farmers are producing more eggs .. j s: Prices Good thru Sat., Oct. 5thCRISCO t

do we miss a City Council meeting. and we from fewer hens, more pork and _ _
endeavor lope Marries beef per pound of feed, more-
to present fair arid accurate stories on metal !
the proceedings to the public. Nancy Kayser In Georgia corn and other crops per acre '- : .J
more milk per cow, more of
Airman 3-c James Beryl Pope,
We believe that the Council, as well as the everything but that 'green fold- V4cUUM -,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Popeof !
rest of the public bodies i in the 'area, recognize ing money which will help them r
.' Eau Gallie, and Nancy Eliza- stay in business and' continue to TJN
the right 6f the press to attend and report their t.r '
activities. Only on rare instances in recent beth Kayser; also of Eau Gallic feed the people who have more MAXWELL '

months has, were married on Thursday evening money than at any time in
this
\ right! been disputed.At .
Sept. 26, in Folkston, Ga. history.. ($2.00 VALUE)
, I least the concern of the new Councilman Rev Samuel A. Daughit of the is YOURS I

Wag encouraging.. It raised our hopes that the Folkston. Methodist Church per But then we're bId fashioned.We for only 69c I .. Use
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value J of the j>ress was firmly ingrained in the formed the double ring ceremonyin even remember when you BIG 18.
the church, went to a grocery and stood at when u"buy J (nt'keil3Wi (Limit 79c
minds of the officials,, and made"ite realize more with Mrs. Pope y J wr -'- CAN F
deeply-! .*our responsibility in' reporting' public af and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxonof a couhter, ordered what you A i Carton or Case mT Qther Order]
fairs. Hampton, brother-in-law and wanted and the groceryman 'or of I STURDY r
sister of the groom, attending.The his clerks fetched the things.
newlyweds are now living Now we have efficiency, and so Coca-Cola J COLORFUL r

Panama City where Mr. Pope is YOU scoot around looking for At Your Favorite _
Time. For Reevaluationt : things, until you are almost bowlegged -
Stationed. He expects to be sent Grocer J o DECORATIVE
t and then 'aul..the .stuff
overseas to Korea in November. ; lotrt.J cedar fluthsrty o! the Coco-Cola Co ve T N
up to the cash register, where ...
< may soori be in a class almost by itself. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope are you get bug-eyed trying to keep. THE STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY '

All indications point to the fact. that our city former residents of Hampton, track ''of' the prices! pURE All VEGetABLE 3 Lb, Caa 19c

will soon pass the 5,000 mark in population and Beryl attended Hampton C -
Elementary School, andH gh "
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if it has not already done so. No official census School in Eau Gallie. The bride -

has been taken since 1950, of course"", but present -' Is the daughter of Mr. and :Mrs.A. Rtghi now is the YO L\. Can 5ge I

estimates are' that the current population R. Kayser of Eau G llie. or; .to. .. .1.. J..,.. .' .P ., til ''tSAV1ItEASON RBAKEtWERONGS,
Sirs: Charles hicks i: ,
here is in the 4,500 i
to 5,000 bracket. Named WMU PresidentMrs. '

Perhaps that shouldering on more' talk. Charles Hicks 'was elect DIXIE DARliNG 3 L\ Pkc. 3ge

For instance, a recent survey disclosed that ed Hampton Baptist WMU pres- AftC'I.RICE
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of'23 cities ident at a meeting in the church f .
in Florida that have
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a population of 1-i '
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Thursday night Sept. 26. 11
between five and ten thousand, ?1 have a city Other

manager form of government. Only two Lake Mrs.. E. officers L., flirt elected enlistment were vice: qn Amerfes! lilT SELLER1A .
City and t
Chattahoochee stick by the mayor- president; Mrs.. C_ L. Cooper
commission setup.Towns program vice president; Mrs.. "

in this area that are already operating Milton Misner, YWA director; ,*
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fl1957 J $ '
with city managers include Alachua, Fernandina Mrs. Frank, Williams,. G. A. director '.1I1t UNNYlANO .
Beach ; Mrs. Dick Hinson Sun- TENDER-SMOKED
Gainesville, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville
beam
director; and Mrs. D. E.
Beach, Jasper; Madisbn\ Macclenny\ Ocala, Hill, secretary-treasurer. Ii
Palatka, St. Augustine, DeLand Sanford A'
Tallahassee. and Committee chairmen are: Mrs. .. t M S (

.. Marvin 'Faile prayer and mis- '. ,
A lot of study should go into a decision of this sion study;. Mrs. ,J.. W. Home, ,..-' '218 S.
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kind before definitely community missions; Mrs., Flor- : AVG. WT. (
determining that Starke L .
ff / ,
rie Belle Brown, stewardship and No
Center
would benefit"more from a city manager form of children's home;' Mrs. J. W. Lb C

government than its present mayor-com mission Home and Mrs.. .J. A. Williams j SlIces Removed ,' 49'

set p. 'But Starke is rapidly advancing-n Hostesses; Mrs. Buford McKin-:
every ney, Mrs ,Pick Hinson, Mrs.
front, and the time is not far distant when we Marvin :Faile, transportatlOIi.Personals po "" \ .. I

should re-examine ourselves in the light of our ;

new-found status and determine what steps, if Mrs. T. F.. Brown left Satur- + ,fOIp

any, need to be taken to'update our >government-. day for Colorado Springs, Colo.
in keeping with, the rest of 'our rograss" to visit her son and daughterinlaw ,
P l Mr: and Mrs. Frank Brown. PR MJUII! I

She wil !,return, to Hampton with SV'' F rs- fR01. N ,

them about Oct.. 15, when hers R QUICK =
Welcome
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The 'Women n, expects to have a .30-day GR..
furlough before' going overseas or BRKW6
Never underestimate the power of a woman: to Eniwetok m the Pacific.' STEW1HG ,

Members of the l local l Quarterback Club have Rothelle Jones, who has been
home on furlough front the 'Air
f taken1 that
doctrine literally, as well as" figurati'e'y. i '

.' Force with his 'parents; Mr. dndMrs.
Raleigh Brannen left last ,fiJ i, e;; "
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To prove it they have opened the ranks of week for St. Paul Miriri., where. F 'YS VIdIfiI. ---- f ens

their heretofore exclusively stag organization to he 'is{ ,now stationed. _. '. ....., A t i
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Hie.I. I lady folks. Revolutionary? Well, perhaps. Mrs. Wilson B edenbaugh was III Ca' P.- y (f-- I
'able to be home. again Monday '"' t ...... '. WGHTKOW- B" THE L : BIST s SEASON,- I J "
influenceont\ after several days in the Mary bl6 ....i' ''TO MAKE'UK 8t: DEALS
Quarterback
Club, just as it has done to innumerableother Lawson Hospital, Palatka.! c' & I S Fat I'the SAVIN'SEASON for buying a rienc i icar.
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Mrs: Mae <
and
Earl 1.
Sweeney And -'
organizations. wl c g this is especially true with the 5TFotd. REp TO{KAY
Matchett. both of tllatt Jill!!---=- ,
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Gainesville Ford has bee* the best seHer aS year, mwe
At any rate, we welcome the lady folks into spent Tuesday visiting in Hamp- "r 1 eat aft'ord'to make better tha" ever dealt

the club l and predict that those important clubobjectives ton.Mr. *CIf 'I II. ......_ !l.. ... far at the end of the model year "f" "",
such as. an electric score board will and Mrs. J. W. Horne f4' r. .I And trade-ki aflowaaeee are at ae a II-'iIM I Grapes
be realized a l lot Sooner because 'of 'th. ir"interest, were Sunday dinner guestsof: :. -.. .. _u -p._ &a, tlht'tdt11C tp .., lliOW1:, .. it!"; C b lO"'c'ACE

and initiative". Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barksdile .

t ... .---..._ ., .... .. .. in Starke, 'ur,honor of'the birthday HIGH '"OZEN

.,. anniversaries of Mrs. Barks- Ii ORANGE.
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T1 fiAdr/6Rcl{ COUNTY TELEGRAPH: r dale Barksdale.and Mr: and Mrs. Robert Andrews Motor Co. J

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tCT: 1A7G. 1 Miss Connie Sweeney of Gainesville Cans 99c
ORlOA')' 1 i QUW' ) WEEKLY- :: MEW- I spent 'last weekend 'in ," : }..-Io., .' : 1> .. .
AaER'' MlklSMlD "CONTINUUM.? Hampton with Miss Barbara ,
''uNo6THI; iUTHtU;. Matchett. MADiSON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA .. '
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0 -.l .I .r tit t t Weekend guests at the ,homeof .
rlit1K} [ POST-If JUDAY.O'-1Y AND=r; AT CNTEKCR ftAltlCI AS:. .FLORIDA JECOND UNDER CLAM Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon -. It you're Interested in an A-l,Used Car Be Sure to See. Your Ford' Dealer. .r'. Lift Mces S t H Cr si SIs

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER; 4, IJXtt: ,BR.1DPORD, COUNTY TELEGKATI1, STARHE., FLORIDA PAGE 1'1tRrgI'
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Ii : yYYY-f-Y.y YYY .' E.' Raulerson and and Mr. ation.: TYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYY.' Sympathy is extended to Mrs.
FLORIDA EDITORS COMMENT YYYY YYYYYY y. Day on Sunday. Oct. 13. After son
I' n. C. Johns in the loss of her
the morning services dinner will and :Mrs Jimmie Wainwrightand Sunday" School Party

.., :' '. ON LITTLE ROCK FIASCOTOO MAXVILLE be served on the church grounds.The daughter The' teacher of the intermediate UEILBRONN brother' Oscar McCormick. last

.\.. public .is cordially: invited.A Mr, and Mrs. Dan Hargroves girls, Mrs. Dorothy Waters, week.
Mrs. T. N. Norman is
,' MUCH GOLF CONFIDENT1 IN PRESIDENTIS By Mrs. C. B. Nolan large delegation from Max and daughter. Minnie entertained .i entertained her class with a Ky Airs Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAIVAAAAIAAAAALI few days in Jacksonville spendinga with

AND BAD ADVICE DESTROYEDAt vile visited with Duval County at their home Sunday with a hamburger fry at her home Mon- Mrs.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALittle her daughter Barney Eg-
birthday dinner in honor of Fer- 23. There were
Gene night Sept.
School Board member day
r,, Few military men make good a time when the majority gers, arid her new baby daugh
public servants. of us were thinking no more ser Miss Robin Deanna Hig- Stokes in Whitehouse and School rell Manning home on leave nine girls present. They elected Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White and..
ginbotham, daughter of Mr. and Superintendent Ish Brant in from a Texas air force base. His their class officers and planned children of Folkston, Ga. spent ter.Don't
ious than who is
thoughts that
Discipline to higher authorityis : Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham, is ill Jacksonville last Wednesday for mother Mrs. Edna Manning and ways of earning money for the from Wednesday to Saturday with forget evening worship -
likely to win the Saturday foot- services at Heilbronn Baptist
a must. Once a decision is at her home here with the meas the purpose of instigating action Mr and Mrs. pat,Griffis of Glen I missionaries. relatives here.
made, there can be no further ball gamer or the World Series! x Church begin one half hour earl
les. toward getting a new school for St. Mary also enjoyed this oc Birthday Party Mrs. Richard :McCarthy ,of Fer-
Union at 6:30 and
disagreement. To be effective, starting next week, comes along k r. Traning
an army must operate on this the Little Rock incident and we Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and the Maxville area. casion.D. :Mrs. Dorothy Waters enter- nandina Beach spent last week Evening Worship at 7:30. Wed-

principle.Not begin to realize how very quickly family had as guests Sunday Manville homecoming B. Gnrria was re-elected as tained last Saturday night, Sept. with her son and daughter-in-law, nesday evening Prayer Meetingat

a world can start crumbling. afternoon Mrs. Katie Shaeffer, The public is cordially invitedto secretary and treasurer of the 28, with a birthday party honor- ,}Ir. and Mrs. Harvey McCarthy, 7:30.

so the government of the :More learned people than I. Mrs. Georgia White, Mrs. Charles attend Homecoming at the of the Maxville Baptist Sunday ing her daughter Linda on her Her daughter, Elizabeth, and fam-

people, by, the people, 'and for more astute observers: of the B. Bennett and Roy Single- Maxville Baptist Church Sunday, School for the new year. He was 14th tirthday. About 21 of ily came for her Sunday. CEMETERY WORKING l

the people. national scene, have commented tary of Jacksonville Oct. 6. All Day singing will be also elected as church secretaryand Linda's young friends enjoyedthis Miss Marilyn Knight spent the AND HOMECOMING !
President Eis nhower is held all of Oscar weekend with Linda Norman. There will be a working at the
editorially and what I think will Otto Rafuse, brother of O. J. with singers from Harris as treasurer. occa.on! with her. Mrs.
trained soldier, steeped in this hardly change anything. Never- Rafuse, is reported to be in a the nearby counties participat F. B. Coleman will serve as John North assisted in serving Carolyn Norman was surprised Kingsley Lake Baptist Church

principle of obedience to orders. the less I feel l that when the serious condition in the Daniel ing. Dinner will also be served chairman of the board of dea- cake and drinks. on her birthday, Thursday nightof Cemetery on Saturday, Oct 12.

It just happens he is the one to President sent troops into Little Memorial( hospital in Jackson- i on the grounds. cons and Miss Debbie Phillips, Friends of Dorothy Waters last week, when. Mr. and Mrs. Everyone interested is invited to
make a decision and by training Chic Club To Meet pianist. Bobby White and children and Mr. come and help. t
ecent
Rock to enforce school integration ville as the result of a r will regret to learn of the ser-
when this decision is made, he !. 'that virtually all hope fora automobile accident. The :Maxville Civic Club will Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman, ious illness of her mother, Mrs.A. and Mrs. Darrell Edwards came The church will observe Oct. 20 its with annual

has no patience with or understanding I calm and sensible} solution to The Baldwin football team meet Friday night, Oct. 4, at 8 Mrs: Buford, Higginbotham and L. Rehberg, of Earlton Beach. in to help her celebrate the occa Homecoming and on an all-day program. -
of those who disagree.By Mrs. Elizabeth sion. dinner served
this great problem is gone. Once was defeated again last Friday o'clock in the Club building. All will serve as messengers She is confined to Doctor's Hos- is invited to
.
sending Federal troops into members to the i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redding Everyone
committed to such a policy there night when the D. &. B. team are urged to attend associational pital in Starke and will undergo this fellowship.
Lfttle Rock he acted in the and visitors welcome. meeting of the Maxville t of Wildwood visited relatives here take part in
are
seems to be little hope of turn- of St Augustine downed them Baptist surgery Thursday or Friday. of
high-handed manner of a gen- ing back and the effect is much 19 to 6. This Friday night they The Duval County Surveyorscame Church which will be held Oct. this week. last week. CARD OF THANKSWe
eral, not as a president dedicatedto 9 at the Mrs. Mattie Jane Morgan is on
out last to Macedonia friendsfor
the same as declaring a state of will play the Hastings team in Friday survey Baptist Mr. and :Mrs. Bud Waters and wish to thank our
preservation of harmony and I martial law throughout the Hastings.A the road which is to be openedup Church and Oct. 10 at the Mid- family of Jacksonville visited at the sick list. their many kindnesses, wordsof

peace. South. Some who advocated a held around the new playgroundand dleburg Baptist Church. Mr. the home of :Mrs. Dorothy The Maxville PTA will meet sympathy, and for the beautiful

; The implications behind this calm approach to the problemand colorful parade was in Bald- will start work on it short Coleman was nominated to serve Waters and family Sunday after- Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 2:30: p. m. flowers during our recent
after school last Friday w
the calm- one of. the fam-
serious.
mess are Only some who advocated partial ly.The three on the executive noon. in the school house. All parentsare bereavement.-The Kersey
est and smartest brains of the win when the students, facultyand PTA planning committeemet committee for
integration have, since the use all in : the Associ- PTA To Meet urged to attend. ily.
land can restore the nation to football squad joined at the school last Thursday
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of troops: lost their calmness. with decorated cars. Each car rJ ._..... .
harmony.The And\ confidence in the President afternoon to make plans for the I 'WI! ,
entered was charged. 50 cents

President relies too solely much on who only last July said he and a $5 award war given to the annual which will be Hallowe'en held Tuesday Carnival night ,;,;" -:....,::;;.:: ..::;::.I.':=-:.. ;.::'- : : ::'....:::.:,:.: : ,;::: .:. ,_: '."
advice He plays golf would not use troops to enforce 1859.1957 = "

and too much is away to from have his the office time far to school the South integration and,will is be destroyedin badly best won by decorated Mrs. Essie car Jane which Crews.was Oct. 29.Home .DemonstrationThe THANK y ii ; : : / '

I study and reflect for himself. shaken in other sections of the Librarian. Maxville Home Demonstration i qj Ce
Lonnie Harris, who is a
Here again that army trainingIs country. For it seems irrefutable pa- Club will meet Tuesday. j8t'\P11111erSat'YSaIj
evident, for during his entire that he did not urn every means tient at the Veteran's Hospitalin Oct. 8, at the home of the club ; \ I'CIEI'

career, he has had smarter men short of force to solve the diffi- Lake City, spent the weekendat president, :Mrs. C. B. Nolan. The '(( .) p '! S ) \ ;/

do the study while he issues the culty. home with his family. topic of this meeting is "How To ,( .J) d (

orders.I Birthday. Party Lose Weight Safely and Wisely" ;"" """ _; ::; : : ::
think the situation today We can now, I suppose, expectthe Mrs. Julia Griff entertained The public is invited.

calls for the President to either arrival of modern carpetbaggers Thursday night, Sept. 26, with Mr. and :Mrs. George Johnsonand FRESH READY DRESSED GRADE "A"
as in the reconstructiondays a birthday party at her home in
resign or return to his office family of Jacksonville were
where he belongs. Ever since following the' Civil War honor of her sister, Mrs. Sue Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
while the south is held down by Thompson, on her 55th birthday
his heart attack he has spent Doss Higginbotham and familyand
I most of his time, taking care of the: mailed fist of the military.The anniversary. Enjoying this occasion Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and fam-
road ahead is indeed dark. with the hostess and hon-
his health. Someone must expendthe FRYERSLB33C.
effort to look after the peo- God grant that there 'are enough oree were Mr. and Mrs. Earl ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Buddy Browningof Sultana Fancy
capable and clear thinking lead
Wilkinson and family, Mrs. Della Jacksonville were guests of
ple.Just what the outcome of all ers in the country to solve the Denmark and Kathleen Denmarkof Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and

this will be only time will tell. i problem without further shedding Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs. familv last weekend.
of blood. Leslie Sweat, Mr. and Mrs. Lea- -- .R ICE
If ever people needed prayer Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin-
and Divine guidance, now cer- Glades County Democrat mon Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dee botham and daughter, Merle, I

tainly is the time.Suwannee Smith Mr. and Mrs. Elie Griffis had as their guests for Sunday

County Democrat, STEP TOWARD SOCIALISMThis :Mrs. Doss Higginbotham Mrs. dinner Rev. and Mrs. Lester Ib pkg

.- reporter cannot see that Morris Thompson, Marian Smith, Taggart and daughter of Mid- 3 39c Ann Page New Pack
T Smith, Louise Bass Mrs.
James
the President has any right to dleburg and Miss Jewel Higgin-
FOR DEPENDABLE send Federal troops into Little William Smith, Mary Wilkes, botham.
Lonnie Harris, :Martha and -14 bottles
Mrs. 2 ounce
KETCHUP 3Sco
Rock, Slippery Rock, or Elmira Mrs. Marlene D. Peters will
Smith, Alene and Helen
Termite Control unless he is called upon to do Roy begin teaching the first: and Sec-
Sweat, Cathy and Mary Ann Sultana Small Stuffed
so by the official head of the ond grades at the Maxville
Wanda Sue Bass, Le-
sovereign state or by that state's Thompson school next :Monday, Oct. 7. Mrs.
Household ft: Commercial legislature. Under whose author- land and Diane Watson Ralph, Peters resides in Maxville and e
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Pest Control ity is he acting? Not the Robert Harris., Judy, Julius and Phyllis I came here from Virginia. We ll.Y 1 E S .: 1 Jane Parker Delicious

authority of Congress or the welcome her to our teaching
Grove Spraying Constitution.The Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris staff.

Call FR. 6-6035 Constitution gives the and family had as guests last Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett and -ozref.. Q T : APPLE PIES
President the right to send Fed- Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Charles jar 59c :
Brown and grandson and Wil- son arrived at the homeof :
eral into
state incase
troops
a
only
Pest Control Mr. and Mrs. :
Florida Doss
Higgin-
liam Spence of Starke and Mr.
of insurrection, and no one botham and inch EACH
and Mrs. D. L. Griffis and family family last Wednes .8.
& Chemical Co. can say that the Little Rock day from Alameda, Calif. Mr. l.h... 43.c
situation is insurrection. of Macclenny. I -
a It can Garrett left M
J4 N. W,16th Ave. ilie Saturday to returnto
fast become such with the Mrs. L Mosely? of Jackson-
appearance ,
California where he will be Sparkle Gelatin
Gainesville, Florida of the Federal troops. ville was the weekend guest of
.. her sister, Mrs. Lealer Harris' assigned to ship duty. Mrs. Garrett -
.
Our big hope is that the
.........,-mv peopleThats Hershell, Johns is improvingvery and sons will make their Crestmont Brand Delightful

nicely from blood poison in home here for awhile. DES S S E R T
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
Higgin
Our BusinessIf his feet.
Vft 0 The Maxville Baptist Sunday botham and family of Jackson- ICE C1i l/i gallon carton 69c
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ville were guests of Mr. and :Mrs.
It's Class We Rave IU I School has appointed the following -

CALL WHITE or VSIT teachers for the new year Doss Higginbotham and family 5 boxes l1c
Sunday. Mr. Higginbotham i ia on
rpginning next Sunday: R. L.
I Harris, Adult men's Class O. L. a vacation from Philadelphia, Pa.
Joe Peters Glass CO. : ; where he is employed as an arc Luscious Flame
Harris, Young Men; Debbie Phillips -


t A We FOR Design ANY Modern GLASS Store NEED Fronts othy, Young Waters. Intermediate,Ladies Intermediate; Rev.boys;W.girls Dor-O.fathis. ;. welder be Friends interested of to Claude know North that he will is Bright Sail Laundry RED TOKAY GRAPES 2 Ibs for 19c!

attending the Jacksonville Junior -
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Lucille and Ida Lee Griffis, Jun-

Table Tops ior girls; E. B. Wellhausen, Jun- College. S TAR C H .
Rev. Herbert Higdon was able
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353 ior boys; Ruby Durrance primary to return to work again this ..
girls; Dumpy Wilkinson, - Floe
II week after ,recuperating: from a J Hating

jotham jrimary and boys;Elizabeth' Dorothy Edwards Higgin-, recent. and operation.Mr. Mrs. .Farmer and ; 1- % gal hot 49c .


t Beginners nursery.I\ ; and Dora Bertha North,. Dorothy'hitehead .Harris, ily day of night Jacksonville with Rev.visited and fam-I APPLES I 4 Pound Bag 39c


1 Herbert Higdon and famiy.
I T. A, Opt'n IIouso !
Mrs. Guy Frigo and children !|
HUNDREDSof Tuesday night, Sept. 24, the Nabisco Premium Scott Bathroom DetergentSALTINES
dinner
of Jack nville were !

P.at T.the A.Maxville"Open House"School. After was held the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. 1 ,1 lb box 25c TISSUE, 2 rolls 27c BREEZE, reg size 33c

1 details are managed and economically Griffis Sunday. I --- __-n_
parents visited their children'srooms :
f attended tha$ only a trained and and met their teachers Mrs. Simeon Phillips and baby i Shortening Scotties Facial Detergent ,

careful organization can attend when refreshments of cake and punch daughter returned home Satur- SAIL, reg size 23c
SPRY 3 lb 97c small b'xes 29c
day from the Bradford County can TISSUE'2
the
p urgent need for serving is at were served. The film which was
Hospital On Sunday the visitorsat Detergent
hand. to be shown immediately after
the Phillips home included Kitchen Charm 100 FT. ROLL Dinty Moore 21 OZ CAN WISK 12
39c
refreshments was not shown because oz can
Mrs. Andrew Oliver, Mrs C, E
of an accident. Our school WAXED PAPER 19c BEEF STEW 43c
Shattler and Mrs. W. H. Normanof Detergent
DeWITT C. JONES principal, George .MacMullen. Jacksonville, Mrs. J. S. Nor- '
was preparing the movie LUX LIQUID 12 39CNAPKINS
pro- man of Lawtey and Mr. and :Mrs. Marcal Tea Chicken of the Sea 5 OZ CAN oz
Phone 7 Starle, Fla. jector when he accidentally got Lisenby of Starke.
hold of a live wire which whirled 2 boxes 25c CHUNK TUNA 31c Detergent
Funeral Director Ambulance Service Mrs. Jennie Stubbs of Jackson- ,
him around and knocked him
:vilje visited with Mr. and Mrs. OXYDOL, reg size 33c
Our local fu&tral home enable u to offer convenience tn4n to hia feet before anyone could Rufus Chance last week. :Marcal DinnerNAPKINS' Converted IliceUNCLE 11 OZ FKG
jerk the cord. He rushed to Deodorant REGULAR BARS
was
lervtcel not tnerwlJ available.We I
n Mr. and :Mrs. Dawrence For- '
r i the Baptist Hospital, in Jackson- 1 Ige box 17c BEN'S 19c
rester and baby left Tuesday DIAL SOAP
2 bars 25c
I I 'I I I I II ville where he received treatment ,.
night for Gary, S. C. to make!
turniaa the lowest We are all very glad| that Marcal TastelNAPKINS Shortening
highest type zervlce at pricei, and their home. Deodorant BATH BARS
accept ANT life insurance policy In force, leaned by ANT he was able to be back at school: We regret that Mrs. Sarah
for part of the day on Wednes- 2 boxes 23c FLUFFO: 3 Ib can 97c DIAL SOAP 2 for 35c
ia
company, as payment part or ia full on a to&er&L Jane Griffis has been ill at her ,
day and has been
getting
Consultation carries no 6b11gatltn.I along home here again and wish hera
nicely.
Long Branch speedy recovery.
HomecomingThe vSculley Funeral ,
Long Branch Baptist I I
Funeral
services for Walter
Church will observe Homecomingof 1 A&P Brand .
LET US FIGURE ON: YOUR NEXT Sculley who passed away Satur- .
Little Rock-be they on one day in the St. Vincent's Hospital,


BUILDING JOB roper sufficiently side or sense the to other-maintain of have human things balance quiet their Jacksonville at the 2:30 Nolan: p. m.Ridge were at the Cemetery'held graveside Tuesday.in FRESH INSTANT COFFEE 6 Ounce Jar $$1.15 r


E down immediately.We Maxville with Rev. John Sellers

cannot see that Federal officiating. Mr. Sculley was, born I
FM trooo intervention is going to do in Baldwin and lived all of his

FreeEstimates anything else but cause resent- life in Duval County. Besides thewidow A&P Our Finest Quality I IfROZEN

ment in the hearts and minds of Mrs. Estelle Sculley he. i ii

of the of Arkansas is survived by his father. Jerry
t many people i
) because Tuesday Sept. 24, and Sculley of Jacksonville two sons, 10

Phone Wednesday, Sept. 25, 1957 will Ray Eugene> of the U. s Marine SLICED STRAWBERRIES 2 oz pkgs 35c I

eo down in history as the "black Corp and Jerry Thomas of Jacksonville r

493.J days' of our Democracythedays ; two daughters, Betty ,

when the people of Arkansas Gwendoyn and Hettie Jane bothat

were read out of these Unit- home; one sister, Mrs. Myrtle
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS
ed States and a portion of their Cowart of Jacksonville; and two Detergent

livelihood wa. assumed by the brothers Leonard and Ben Scul


Federal away from government.Democracy It's and a step toward ley Mr.of and Jacksonville.Mrs E. D.'. 'Higgin TREND NEW% LOW PRICE 2'14 Ounce Boxes 39cII I

J. %THOMAS Construction Socialism if we've ever: botham Elizabeth and sons and Misses Sally I l .
seen one in our 37 years on this and Sweat of Mac

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ya r. '. Y : sional Women's Week, a dinner
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{ # ,fir .' .. .'-1'.,, 4'11' 71.of was given Thursday night of last
::': -. lt.... t week by the local BPW Club

Mootyw ._______ _______._ a "./ '#_ ".i 0 honoring Mrs. Junius M.' Smith,
.'. f.: \. .'. +".., ;" selected by the club as "Womanof
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Mabel Boyer r Reception Planned j,. /'" .. ., '":. ,. : the Year" in Starke.
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Weds. In Wauchula By Woman's Club I.." '" .. .y'.' ._........_ private dining room: Qt the! Gaf-

---..----.., -- ---::& r f : -- den ''Rer/aurant, where JIhe u-
tT 1. "" .,., .&-. \ To Honor Teachers i .....
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shaped banquet table was color-

I fY:ND'u. I.I The Starke Woman's Club wil' -, --- fully decorated with greeneryand -i----I
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\ 'toi.i" .- ) entertain at an informal recept sprigs of pyracantha berries,

,I ,.' ... ion Thursday evening, Oct. 10 3hi Ann Smith Feted floor: SM.w'entertainers at a 'dinner-dance honoring Miss Ski AnnSmith carrying out the ,club's color xb

t'.t.t >f i I at 7:30: o'clock in the, _club house Dn 16th. ,last. Friday night were (1-r))',Bliss Drucilla,Newsom and Bill scheme"of green 'and gold.:The
,
ffn honoring 'the new school teachers Birthday Sandlin, ,both of ,wmiston, and. liss'8yl18 Paulk .of, Starke. At speaker's table was centered

of Bradford. County. With Supper, Dance right, an exhibition of "bop": by.Bob Smith 'and Margaret- Ann--Din- with, an, arrangement of ,drift,
wood, surrounded by fall fruits
Invited to attend'this delightful kins to watched by Miss Smith and Bob Taccia.. !

;. pxc affair will beall of the Brad- The Starke Woman's Club and vegetables mixed with pyra- Junius M. Smith center Is presented award as "Womtt
Mrs. )
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cantha. (
Yellow tap'ers. in brass
took on a cabaret 'The delicious Supper sent
c ford County school teachers the i atmosphere was. several numbers accompanied by
holders completed the of. the Year" Miss Florence Jennings, president of the local BPV7Chib.
by
school 'board members,' Town past Saturday evening when Miss ed buffet style in the sunroom his guitar, and Miss Drucilla setting. .

RhAf and County officials ,and hus Shi Ann Smith 1 celebrated, her : from a long table covered Witha N e1Vs m. also of Williston, who ,Guest speaker on this occas- At right is Mrs. Marian Diz of Jacksonville, state BPW official,

s 4'Y bands of members of the club. 16th birthday anniversary at a : checkered' cloth and centered danced to a South American ion was Mrs. Marian Diz, of who was featured speaker at the annual banquet.
buffet supperparty and dance. with.a straw turkey flanked Miss Jacksonville State BPW chairman -
In charge of arrangements ,i? tby rhythm. Sylvia ,Paulk sang"Bye
i,, c cA Mrs.Foster, } given by her parents, }(r.- and straw ltorns-ofplnty"! frpuv : Bye ,Love," accompanied by of Career Advancement, CARD QF THANKS with us a precious memory. Our
: 3hi Smith, fourth
vice-president, and Mrs. Faster Shi: Smith.* which fell fruits and ,ve -etabfes. Mrs. 'Eddie Fisher of Gainesvillewho who spoke on orientation\.of the sincere thanks and gratitude
her pq-chair-
s: man, Mrs. Dave The night, club motif was car' The Coca-Cola table also feat. also played. piano selections organization's objectives and pro- The kindness and sympathy of for all those comforting acts.-
Paulk socia'chairman.
ni: P2 I Mrs. H. B. Peyton ried out in' decorating for this used a. checkered cloth and,,was throughout the evening. Also on gram. .. neighbors and friends .in ,our re- Mrs. Ernest C. Norman and

z? j8ftfc.Iti1k j decorations chairman, has on her: occasion, with tabled for dining centered: with a rustic; tub filled! # the program were Bob Smith Miss Florence. Jennings, presi- centt, sorrow will always remain daughters., -' .

committee, Mrs. Lowell Mat- olaced around the edge of the with drinks' and ice. Around the and Margaret Ann, inking who dent of, the local club' presentedMrs. ,
?F "&. hews, Mrs. Edward Hall, Mrs.J. 'dance floor in the auditorium.Red tub were sprays ,of' pyracantha gave' two 'exhibition' bop dances. ., Smith,with.a framed certificate : ---- -- '
---- berries. as an award for her outstanding -
W. Kincaid, Mrs. Ethel Parks and white and yellow and During, intermission punch and
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs.G. white checkered cloths covered Carrying'' out the cabaret cakes were served from the buffet record of community STARKE ICE COMPANYWILL

Mrs.% Mabel, 'Lilly Boyer of S. .Newcomb. Mrs. the tables which were centered theme Mary Katharine Wainwright tables in the gunroom. Following service:. Both Mrs. Smith.and.

Wauchula, formerly of Starke Green Lloyd I i with red and yellow candles and.Penny; :$ollings. intermission dancing was Mrs. Diz. were presented with
chairman .
will
program OCT. 1ST
and Walter August Schmidt of ITS PLANT
." placed In .soft. drink .bottles for I worth; dressed. as cigarette girlsin enjoyed the remainder of the yellow and green chrysanthemum) OPEN
present''Songs'ofYesteryear.
Texas'were united in "
Dallas. hi'a and will ,have featured holders. ,Red and yellow t crepe short: circular black skirts and evening. \ corsage
double ring among '
marriage cere- the doorways white blouses, carried trays 'of Mr. and Smith FOR
the entertainers, soloists, Gilbert paper streamers over Mrs. were as- W ,
performed Saturday Sept.
mony werecentered with clustersof gum and toy favors andtook sisted in' serving ,and caring for I
Newcomb, Mara Seven From Pack 70
Payne Sylvia
28, in Wauchula. Rev.' James K.
Paulk the Methodist men's balloons .Floor lamps placed flashlight pictures of the guests! the guests by Mrs. Dave Paulk,
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the Church Christ quartette -
Sellers of of
with checkered During the floor show'the' 130 Mrs.' Attend Club PowwowSeven SUGAR CURING
was the officiating mipis r. and a novelty number, by around the rpom I Gilbert' Newcomb,, Mrs Ho- o
Archie Green and Bob Smith. shades cast a soft glow over the guests were 'entertained by Bill gall Smith; Mrs. Sarah Hunter
The of the was
scene wedding Sandlin of' Williston sang representatives of Starke
setting who and Mrs. M.. W. Lance.,
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Mrs.P. J. Quattlebaum is chair- '
the lobby of the Wauchula '- '- CUb'Scout' Pack 70 attended the AND

:Hotel, which is owned and 'operated man of the invitation committee. Birthdays CelebratedBy Kingsley Lake. YWA_ : Ellen Bloodworth Cub Scout Pow Wow at Camp
by the bride. Dr. A.: R. Guests are promised a most ; Echokotee afternoon.The .

t lark'served as best man andthere' entertaining evening at this informal Five YoungstersCarolyn Installs( OfficersNew Fetes 4th BirthdayLittle program Saturday consisted of four SMOKEYOUR$: CURING

were no other attendants, get-together and mem- group meetings on "ceremonies; ,"
t. For her marriage the bride bers of the club hope that all Ward celebrated her officers of the Kingsley 'Ellen Bloodworth celebrated "handicrafts,""- "pack administration .

More a blue dress with white will attend. 13th birthday anniversary Satur- Lake Missionary Baptist Church her fourth birthday annf.versary ," and "games," with the Blue

Accessories. day evening from,, 7 to 11 o'clockat YWA were installed at the ,meet. Saturday afternoon and Gold Banquet following the MEATSALSO

Before, purchasing the Wau- the home of her parents, 1100 lag Thursday* Sept., 26, at the when her parents, Mr and Mrs. meetings., \

ehula" Hotel last December, Mrs. Pratt Street, with a Birthday Bop. home of Mrs. Evelyn Bradley. James F. Bloodworth entertained Those ,attending reported that

Schmidt lived, in Starke, where r The 45 young guests enjoyed The new officers are Mrs. Edna at a party for her in the ideas were exchanged among the COLD STORAGE -WE CHILL PORK & BEEF

she owned and operated the light refreshments in between Norton, president; Mrs. Onal Ja- Methodist recreation ..building.The pack groups and-instructions giver -

Boyer Ranch, producing some dances throughout the evening. cobsen, vice president; Mrs. Evelyn 18 little friends of Ellen which will be most useful in

how cattle of the Brahman Bradley secretary-treasurer; enjoyed playing gamestring helping to plan future pack,meetings -
Lois Kaufmann entertained 25 Mrs. Marie Siemer, chair ICE COMPANYPhone
breed. She is the daughter of the program the party hours, 3 to- 5 o'clock, ,- STARKE
late Congressman Thomas J. friends at a Bop party Saturday man; Miss Carolyn Norton, Com- and, of balls Those -attending from, the
were given favors ,
and Mrs. of Hinton evening at her home in Pinehaven munity Missions chairman; Miss E.
Lilly Lilly Starke area were W Lawson
West Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Wain- subdivision when she celebratedher Judy Ellington,' Publicity chair- balloons and ,suckers. The refreshment I Committee- Chairman Mrs., W.. R. 12 Starke, FJa.EARN .
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Mr, Schmidt also raised cattle wright of Waycross, Ga. announce I 12th birthday, anniversary... table was overlaid Miller, secretary-treasurer; Mrs.
the birth of Jack the can.A with a white linen cloth. and centered -
a son, the
During dancing party
and farmed extensively in Texas il program on State Missions W. B. Thompson and Mrs. W H. ---
before, coming to Florida as a Marcus Wainwright Jr. on Sept. young folks enjoyed cupeakes, potato was held followed\ by a business with a beautiful, birthday Graham den,mothers; Mrs. S. G.
13 in Memorial and soft ,. I cake embossed in, pink and
popcorn
produce,buyer He is the son of Hospital, Way- chips, meeting. Denmark, Mrs. W. E. Lawson,
the late Mr. and Mrs. August cross, Ga. Maternal grandparentsare drinks. green. Soft drinks and ice cream Mrs. Harry M_ Hatcher Jr. and .

Schmidt of Selling, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Barrowof Meeting Scheduled were served with the, cake. Mr. and Mrs; Virgil Jordan. ,All 2 % Insured

After an extended tour Waycross, and paternal Little Greg Reddish celebrated, Mr. and Mrs Bloodsworth had 1 received Training Certificates.

through the North and East, Mr.end grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.T. his second birthday anniversary By ,Junior Women Miss Kate Struth assisting themin .
Mrs. Schmidt will return to A. Wainwright of Lawtey.Mr. Wednesday ,afternoon when his caring for their daughter's *'*r *" f* .j SAVINGSNOW
mother Mrs. Reddish, ..The Junior Women's Club will Rotarians HearVA
Wauchula and continue to oper- ,and Mrs. C W Colson of Dolph gavea guests.Gina. I
ate the hotel there. Starke; a daughter Charlene party for him at their home, 1 bold its October meeting. Monday I .

Suzanne,:born Oct. 1,' at Doctor's 331 Broadway St. evening at 8 o'clock in the club Loan Officer
Clement
Hospital.Mr. The youngsters enjoyed refresbfments house. J4> : Feted IS THE TIME TO OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR
Wesleyan Guild and during the Hostesses for the evening will SAVINGS ACCOUNT
games par-
On Third
., and ,Mrs. Robert Stefanelli BirthdayMrs. Tom C. David.. man r""''''tv

The-'Vealeyan Service f Guild, of Gainesville,' a son, Randall ty hours. be, Mrs...B>,L.Jack. Moxley, Clement, Jr,,,:Miss chairman, Betty,iMrs. I ., officer with' the.Veterans,,Administration 'I ....of -- .. ,.... -

Unit 2p will met in the Methodist Barry, born Sept. 28 in Alachua Richard Wainwright was host Jane Morgan,' Miss Louise Stern,I at a Jack Clement birthday entertained- office,in Jacksonville, waa 'I No Exchange on Out-of-Town Checks
delightful
recreation building Tuesday General Hospital. Grandparents to eight of his..friends Tuesday Mrs. Tom MerSereaU: and Mrs. party on tht guest speaker at the notary

evening, Oct. 8, at 6 o'clock for are Mr.' and Mrs. ,Russell Nor- evening at a weiner roast at his Wayne'Haines.. Wednesday afternoon of last Clnb Wednesday.. 'Aveteran of Why Pay? Just Use Us

sipper and study course. Hostess man and Mr. and Mrs. Henry home. He was celebrating his week at her home, 607 st. Clair more .than 20 years t in governmentservice
Haines. Stefanelli of Starke. street, for her daughter, Gina Mr. David has been in
b Mrs. Wayne
will tenth birthday anniversary. FHA To
Bradford County Hospital an- Present who was celebrating her third charge of the VA home loan program PUT YOUR VALUABLES IN OUR SAFE DEPOSITBOX

Altar Society nounces the following births: Mrs. Edward Schwab entertained Program At MeetingThe anniversary.! : at the Jacksonville office SAFE FROM LOSS BY THEFT OR FIRE

Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Mullins at a theatre party Satur- The refreshment table was which serves the 57 northern

afternoon for her Future Homemakers, of lovely with a paper party cloth counties of Florida.
st. Edward's Altar Society of Starke, a son, Glenn Wesley, day daughter
met Tuesday evening in the Sept. 28. Anna Ruth, who was celebratingher America club of' BHS under and<; centered with ,a birthday .The speaker said that-in recent For Your Convenience We Offer You

hall where final plans ninth birthday anniversary. Home EC teachers, Mrs. L. H. cake iced in green, yellow and years around 120 veterans'home
Catholic Mr. and Mrs. Yates Neal of Hours 9 AM 2 PM
loans have been financed through Longer Banking to
made for the Hallowe'en Following the matinee the 13 Gibson and Miss Mabel Sublett, pinkiIce' cream and CocaColaswere
,
were Green Cove Springs, a daughter
his office In Bradford County,
dance to be held at the American Catherine Ann, Sept. 28. friends returned to Anna Ruth's I will present an interesting propam served with the cake. The ,total valuation
Legion Hall Saturday evening, home where refreshments were at, the monthly meeting of 15 youngsters were given favors having a property
DRIVE-IN &
of.around'$1,200OOO. He said that USE OUR WINDOW NIGHT
of horns and balloons.
served by her mother, assistedby the Starke Woman's Club next '
Oct. Social ClubThe the government never lost a DEPOSITORY
Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby and 'Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: Miss Kate Struth.assisted Mrs.Clement .

26.Fresh Mrs. John Mixon o'clock in the club house. ,in entertaining the dime by guaranteeing, any of Free Parking in the Rear of Bank
Starke Social Club held these loans in Bradford County
Members are asked to bringone youngsters.
EGGSsmall its regular bi-monthly meeting David 'predicted that Florida

it St. Edward's Parish Hall WSCS Circle 1Circle 1 or two card tables with would,continue its present rapid THE COMMUNITY STATE BANK
( ) 4 overs to Wednesday meeting -
Tuesday night, with members WSCS Circle 2 rate of growth, which is at pres-
I for At the teachers' reception -
use ,
enjoying various games during 1 of the Methodist WSCS ent. leading the'natio.n.. _
35c DozenDELIVERED 1 Thursday 'night. Circle 2'of the OF STARKE"Your
the program. met.Tuesday morning at the homeof Methodist WS. The speaker wag introduced by
Refreshments were served by Mrs. H. H. Adams with Mrs. The program is under the C. s. will meet Monday, Oct. the club president, A. J. ThomasJr.
American Home Dept. with Mrs.H. 7, at 3 o'clock with .
: Carrie Adams and Mrs. : Mrs. O. L.
Phil Stu-
PHONE STARKE UlLffffI the hostesses Mrs P. J. Quattle- B., Peyton, first vice-presi- Haynes, Sr., Friendly Banking Service"A
der as co-hostesses.
baum and, Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. -
I dent. In charge of arrangements
r The next meeting will be in Mrs. E. L. Matthews, leader, .for the will be Mrs. Circle 3 will meet Monday, :!,

the Methodist recreation hall at presided over the meeting. The :Lowell Matthews program, chairman, and Oct. 7, at 3 o'clock with Mrs. T. YOU'LL LOVE tLe. eW, Ester,

8 p. m. Oct. 17. devotional was given by Miss J. Griffin, with Miss Annie Dar- brook purse-size fountain pens In
Mrs. Joe Arnold, co-chairman.
!'\ Amy Coburn. 'The program was by and Mra Carrie Rltch as co- pastel shades.Only f 3.09 at Bradford *
Hostesses for the afternoonwill NEW\ ADDITION
given by Mrs. S. G. Denmark.: hostesses County Telegraph.
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be: 'Mrs. M. W Lance,
I The Adams' home was attractive '
chairman, Mrs. H. P. Morgan
.for the, meeting with arrange- .. I

.PARK ments of early fall flowers. The Mrs., Lewis, Mrs.Haines, Mrs.Jones,>l.Miss B, HAS BEEN ADDED AT KOCH'S
I hostesses served delicious refreshments Searing Tyler ,
II Ava Pickering, Mrs. D. L. Silcox
Ii F f THCATH.' i during the social hour. PROTECT DRIVER'S tee
I 4lf STARKE FLA. ,. Mrs.. ,W. B. Mundy. and Mrs. E. I your

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i::1 I It t t DOUBLE SUN.October, !MON.-6 FEATURE,, 7 TUES., 8 way'ountaln your you_.write.favorite Pen. .TELEGRAPHGAStOONS Come ESTEBBROOK In and select Mrs. A. .L.4 Alvarez. nt BUY' F R E E- Delivery Service.. F R E E


i NOT Last Of The BadmenWith I Token' By Death; :LOW cost LIABILITY INSURANCE


George MontgomeryAnd Mrs. Annie Sapp Alvarez, 63, ,- ,.. A PANEL TRUCK

wife of Atonzo L. Ahrarez, r$- No Membership l Fees 6 Mo. Policies

11: ,_. I The Buster Keaton -By- tired Starke police chief, died .in IS AT YOUR SERVICETo
a local hospital Monday morning

,. Story GIB BROWN after an illness of several months.
Poor. Maintenance will make a With Donald Conner and Ann ,Mrs Alvarez was bora at Starkeon Give You Quick Delivery Service

"visible" dent in your pocketbook I. Blyth May 16, 1893., Her parents I DOYLE E. COINER AGENCY
Plus Cartoon I were the late Henry and Martha Anywhere in the City
so stop In and see us today -

for expert servicing of Wed.. Thurs. Oct. 9, 10 ono.. Sapp.Surviving, besides_ her husband, las W: Can Street. Phone zSS .

these little "invisible" parts of DOUBLE FEATURE are two daughters, Mrs. Ben G. I PRESCRIPTIONSCalledFar

your ,car,that ran cost you BO I The RainmakerWith Mizell and Miss: Irma Gainey,
much. A both of Starke; four stepchildren, -
Burt Lancaster and Katherine And DeliveredNO
Mrs. Lorena 'Dyal Jacksonville LEGUME
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There Stars. Hepburn Beach Ralph B. Alvarez Starke
are no Shooting ; ; \
The "shootln(* or "falling And Newn J. Alvarez, Perry; and Vin- t' > WAITING JUST CALL S3

stars" are only Meteorites, The Badge of Marshal -:.,....- .., tent L. Alvarez, Winter Park; jj .- inoculation .
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three brothersF"red Rai-
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Sapp
which are small masses ofrock BrennanWith "My all these creelit.cards i REGISTERED
ford aad Jake and William Sapp, PHARMACISTSTo
or Iron flying through Jim Dais Gib must like our business!" both of Starke; two sisters, Mrs. Ii

ppace. Also ]Cartoon We want .to make, a ,lasting I Ella Haislop and Mrs. Francis M. 'J.. 1-\ Serve You Day or Night ,
i Norman, both of Starke; and two
Fri.- Sat. 0t. 11. 12 IMPRESSION on all of our grandchildren. 1,1 COVER fcRdPSMMNKWAWUU I
customers! ; FOR
DOUBLE FEATURE
Funeral services were held in the
WINNER 5 GAL.
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Seven Angry MenWith First Baptist Church Tuesday aft-
GARY ,
REDDISH .
ernoon at ''So'doekwith --
Raymond Paget Massey and Debra GIB BROWNSERVICE D. Haines officiating. Intermentwas Rev. L. Koch DrugStoreYOUR

in the family plot in Crosby .
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And -.n
JILLEYfSINCLAIR STATION Lake Cemetery under the direc- \ MI!

STATION MeFt The Mon at ers tion of DeWitt C. Jones. -UN-I o. FRIENDLY DRUG STORE
Standard Oil Products \WW .
Active
With The Bowery Boys pallbearers' were P. D.
rw Reddish E. W. Hayes O. -. Phone 53
Q. Webb,
i I Also Serial and Cartoon 407 N. Temple Are. Carl Johns, L. L.. Conner, and' ti....,... : ,

W. E. Thornton .

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, .1957 .
BRADFORD .COVTYTUZORAPZ 8TARKE
,. FLOWD1: Pfl1 J

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t'!' s- :Mr. and Mrs. Dav Wescptrwf?I. N % ''rierman' Fasscll @hlfri&Yg 1."y. ,, Y9YYY. ctiirry THANKS \'OWRJ; at the court h'''i!'* d9"ron tH, --, =.I' 'Qi3..: I

T&mpa were weekend!. gtnestsoFSen. ) 1ttt', Mils :Martni Ann hRd&r.In; Ionth of November;' ,,r>r-. M i"q iF"t''t'! .v oil
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t'I and Mri. C. E. Johns. I would I like to to the' 1337, v-fikh fe tb.I Uay ofher \VHilI V t t 81k i 1.lu."I" t tl/ ,\\oJ ,
j!l Ijutphinson of.JDrlando 1 J5at-= TOk g g.By express I I 1957. : v.t1 W "of i::'),f ic. : T :'! it :ZE.
,Mr. and. Mrs. .John A. Torode I IUl day with Martha's grandmother ciUzen.s and voters T>f Starve mjsinccie 11 tyi ? is J da*' of Oct. 197. .. .. '" : I'

I i and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns Mrs.,F. G. Hutehinson and* family. thanks'_for granting: ,m-; !. Clerk(Official of ?Circuit eaU Charl-s Court of A,Bradford.DHb-. Haley.. .n whLh assessed: Edtu J.

attended the Florida Petroleum"r, Mr, and .Mr ., ,Truby Hasten ,of lira. Joyce. Castlen he privilege of serving 'as City County. FI->rida'llH- ( 4t? 19/25 r -wid pr" wty !l.ting in the -
.., Marketers Assn convention in Miami SL, Saturday Councilman Cirunty of Brad1 rd. State of Hi. .
Petersburg were C
LA4'AAAAAA4IAAAALAAL .i during the comingyeafl >oTitu or ..tFriicuioKUU Cnless uh ceilifiraje) or oartlrfkates
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; THE N' last Wednesday to Saturday 1 visitors, of Mr, and Md. >t.;- F. ; : TA li'Il) shall be redeemed accortt- .
I' t Mrs.( Martha Sundem 'and Mrs. Birthday'partiesLittle ! Delia Drew of Hazcn.eekpnd Very truly Notice Is hereby given that T. J. in such certificate or o rtlflratce.
DtLand were week- I Joe Green celebrated .h5th yrurs. -
.._._ Specials: Dresses $ .
.
'- F _S_S_t_f_._ or, Alderman the holder of tie following will be Iold to th hiel.p *
f : : : ;:" :end guests'of Mr. and 'Mrs. Don- ,,1jfg\ and Toppers;' Fridajr' and birthday anniversary on, Sept Randal, I 'F. Chilly certificates: has filed said t.e/- at the court house floor on the first
Ginger Jones F. llazen spent Tuesday 'and rId! McRae. Mrs Drew remained i'Saturdaj af Leliai *' : 25, with: a T>arty at the home of tificates for a tas deed to be i iaMutlihereon. J" "ld:,v I in Ai,,nui "u. .,,> ,no'...

r i bet.; student nurses with Mr. and Mrs.I with her daughter, Mrs. McI .. Nancy Dally? of Jacksonville: l his parents,. Mr. and Mrs., Ar LEGreen. ; CARD OF THAMLS. and years. The of issuatue.fertiflcate! the numb.rs destnption ber 1957, 1957.which is the i day of Xoem

r cent's Hospital, Hazen in Orlando. and family until the' middle of spent the weekend witIt 'k .tolyn ... About,,,22: young t guests :'. i '1 -. V of the property, and the r.anx :in* 3 div of Oct.. JS57!
end with Mr. .T. J. Griffin of Starke : the week: ; By this means 1 wish to. thankall in which it was assessed are as fol- (Official Seal) Charles A. Darli\
and entoyed
this with Joe
}Kaufmann while her sister, Mary ; ,occasion! ; IVHJI.Certificate. Link ni I in-ult Court of. Dittdud
Jones. Other II. M. Griffin of Waldo:were I I -Joe Ma'rtinez underwent a ton- Ann Dally .spent: the ,-were served refreshments off of, my good neighbors: and No. 48. Year of Issu- Count Florida.} 10, 41 '0/:3

J Mr; and -Mrs.. i ic City last Friday visiting 'silectomy in St. Luke's Hospital ; 'weekendd ,ks, and ,cake. friends' for :,their kindnesses during l v -.-- '
AimS
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c Jack: nville. : Griffin who'is confined in '!'on Thursday of last week. Mrs. with Mrs.(Sally'F. F. Epperson.'spent Friday Billy Bigham ,two year'old-- son my illness. Special thanks to fi- _' "-- -

Weekend (' Veteran's Hospital. )Martinez spent a few days with to Wednesday"Stump with Mr., and, Mrg. cf Mr.,and Mrs. W< E. Bigham Jr., I I::care.ev. McAliley Also and 'wife for their r, "AY'XOctiogM: RAitf OR siNE
Suits -. Carrie Ritch went to Jack Mr. 'and Mrs. J. A. 'Martinez c : to Dr. Barry and
'and Toppers. Jr. William 'II. Th inSon-Jr., la Jton- celebrated, his birthday Monday ,
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SATURDAY
Saturday at Leilas.Sahdra Thursday to spend a few ui Jacksonville while' her husband ftcello. night with a werner roast at the Myrtle Anderson for her care here !I OCT. 5 2:30 P.M. \1 1WF '
with Dr. and Mrs. >J.ten- was in the of ; at home. Also thanks for the I'I :
C.'C.
Jones Is hospital. Mr .and Mrs. L. C. Hinson Sr home hia parents.ITA ards JEAN'S PLACE

Rep. Doyle Conner View master Keels and Viewers I were guests. thiS 'week of Mrs.Hinson's Meetiag; I many and 'beautiful flowers. '
: t that nEST TRAILER PARK GAS STATION .. ___
were sent. And -
: and Mr Merrill Edwards at may Godless
Bidlington's. (tf) The PTA held its first
tture Brpoker
i in Tallahassee Mrs. M. Johnson t
mothei\ A. -]
; I bl each one of "ou.-Mrs. W. Rest Trailer Park Gas Station Duplex
family were in Tallahassee Babs Lance a student nurse at and two sisters Mrs { meeting on Sept. 26 in. theciool -

anil Mr.! were dnd Mrs.'visiting N. visiting their son. Jerome, Charity Hospital, New Orleans, Finn and, Mrs. Ira S tri : Allent, l ,afte a., The president, A:, Bonham, LOCATED AT MELROSE\ FLA ..:...... HWY.. 26

Mrs. Carrie Ritch is a freshman. at FSU. is home on 'a leave of absence.. t Jessu'p, Gi., ; \\'.: E. Bigham, appointed eonvmittees Income' Property A-l Condition

MrS Floyd Green IShL1 sate over Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'Lewis and Miss! ; Barbara Colley, a student ,for the new year and $TATEME\T. .-', Of i- T' H' E OWXER- Assume 14,200 Mortgage 155 Months ,

Mrs. L. D. Green I on I a liamKoriie: Smith-Corona J family spent last Wednesday to n rse' at Charity ,HbspHa, tfew plans! were made ,for, the Hallo ,$MANAGBMEVT.! tlQCtLA FREE! LADIES WATCH You Set The Price!
; nt Super Portable typewriter. Sunday with her father, W. D. Orleans, will 'arrive home Monday ween Carnival at the Farmers TIOV. ETC..,BEQUUIBD 81 TUB

rietta Hunt were now, before: price Increase Dyal and son, Jimmy in Hampton for a tno th's' vacation': Market on' Saturday, Oct. 26.. Th 'ACT M. If OP 12. ,COXCRfS AS'AMBMJei OP: ? BV AtuI's'r'TAB GRISSOM. AUCTION' '

first of the week 10.-Bradford County Tele- while Mrs. Dyal was visiting Mrs. Jack: Ciirtls1 of St.c Petersburg f following\ chairmen! were named ACTS z.dt48 OP. MiRCH 3. l'XV A>p '

Mrs. D. J. Clark. | Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Parker and spent 'f 'this'week for this, event: : Frank JULY Sectfoa Title $,_t.. U.S._ C'de --
the past weekend I a few"days' 2M -': "."j, If ., 5'. -' ? '" +0'o. .rl._'
family In Homestead. oter-all chairman Mrs. inneY'1 Of BRADFORD C t'N1Y TELE-
with her 'M and Mri ;
parents'! ; : '
Goodman was badly burn- ,GRAPH, published ,
Mrs: M. W. Lance and al l"- dinner Mrs. weekly At
Hazel
daughter ,
I. E. Clark. ; Starkv Florida .
about the arm and face on ;fort Otlobff 1.1937, _
Babs. spent Tuesday to Mrs. Jerry Gay ,underwent a fish pond; Mrs" '.Loca Whitten t_ That the names 'od aijdressfi
when he threw
gasoline, of the
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Thursday in Waycross' Ga. 'visiting tonsil ctimy' at Doctor's Hospitallast novelty booth; Mrs. Mattie Ellis, fditor, ,anfl tublisBer.-busneuinter editor' managing (
he thought was kerosene, are I
I Mr. and Mrs. R." N. Carswell Friday. S country store:""Mrs. Ralph' Nettles, Publisher, E. U Matthews, Starke. I COLD WEATHER
a trash fire at his home. He \ Ft... ,. I
oH taken to Bradford County J and family. '1'Sgtand Mrs. Jack Clementand daft game; Mrs. Bilf Bigham, parade Editor, .E. L.. Matthews,. Stark

for treatment. See the, new Bell & Howell family and":Mr. ,and Mrs.'RaJr : ; Mrs. Guy Harrell cake fit.' : ,
Electric' Eye' Mo\ie Camera-the Tay1crand' faihily i the walk. Mrs. Ernest Edwards was! *' Uanblnl,.. Editor' ; E. L. Matth.waStajk \
spent I'la. ,. ,
AHEAD
W. H. Edwards of Jack- [ JUST !
Camera that makes perfect movies weekend at Flaglef ch.' elected to fill the vacancy' secretary DusinsManager. E. L. Mat
spent the weekend with automatlcallyStudio .- Bullington's : 'for the.year. L:' H. Futch thews. Starke,. Fla., i .
Mrs. Carrie Adams returned i
son-in-law and daughter 3. That.theowTer is: E. I... Mat-
1e Mr. & Gift Shop. (tf) home Saturday after three months school principal,'gae! a report on thaws Starve, Fla. .

Mrs. Drew Reddish. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. visit; with friends and relatives in the lunch room and we are happy mortgages.3. 'That..the, and known other.bondholders security. : ; LetSTANDARD r'I

; I i : and family are moving this week Waynesville, N.C., Augusta and to hear Uiat :'we can start'. the hpldafs ,'Awning or holding 11 percent //7 ,

f SAT., OCT. 5 from Sante Fe Lake to the Hardy Atlanta Gau, Norfolk, Va., and new year.without being in the red. "or more of total amount of
... hcndajmdflgages, ut,other securj
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BIG DOUBLE t. house on W. Madison St. for- Jacksonville. Mrs. Ellis's' room won the 'room ties are: I OIL

merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. count for having the most parents -N ne. '
DAILY SPECIAL! Smoked BBQ JMragraphs 2.ayd 3 include, inca
M. A. Payne. The Paynes have Chicken .Dinner,: $1.50. out. Refreshments were served ,by es where the stockholder !appears .

.1 WHEN YOU moved 'back into their own. home Smoked on pre ntses. Boxed dinners (the faculty. upon trustees t be,or,books in any,of the other,.company fiduciary as 'I ,, Furnish Your'KEROSENE

on South Glenn St. which was to take, out..;-Barrj-'s Restaurant Garden Club relation the name of the person or
formerly'oc u ied by Mr.;arid Mn I The Brooker Garden Club ,held corporation for whom such trusted
'S tInL' South of Is l Dieting: also th .
fltatlntntp in
the
C. E. Wood who have moved to I Siarke OH SOl, TeL 441-W.. its first fall meeting last 'Friday two.'paragraphs how the, affiant's :
Camp' Blanding. : night with a covered dish supper full Knowledge,and belief as to.the :
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hertong
lrC1Jmstan'e,.and conditions
E Weekend Specials: Dresses, and Mrs. Miry Edwards returned to start things' off. During the which ,stockholders and security! under
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NEED Suits' ," and Toppers.( Friday and Thursday after'spending the summer business\ session, conducted by the holders who do not appear upon the
president, Mrs. Lloyd Wood, anoutline" bOokCit the company as trustees,
Saturday at Leilas. at Waynesville,' N.C. hold stock. and securities in a, capacity
Mannl underwent bf proknuits"tor'Jth yearwas1 otherthan, that,o{ t bona fide & FUEL OIL
Nancy an
apperideeto'my -
,
owner' ,
given the '
by program"chairman S
.' it 'Do tbr's' Hospital l 5.' That th average .number of .
t''on ''Mrs. K i nm4JL The next dopies! of each issue'of this publication ..... '
'W& esday of last'week.., program'will.tie 'On'bulbs', and""''all ,.sold .or ,4lstrlb tecl, through
America'sDevil's TO I" NOTHING Mrs. Carol Carlsort of Moline, members and rospettt '' mbeis the *mail or.other wise.,t a paid subscribers FOR QUICK t l DELIVERY CALL 85
during- the twelve months
111. i ii spending two' weeks- With
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are urged to attend. preceding .tAt data showri :above II
Mr. and Mrs: Ed Prev tt. 2,800., '
and : WE FURNISH TANKS AND STANDS
Mr. and Mrs.: G. E. Green E. L/icArrfaEWS.
..- I PLEASES Mr. and Mra 'Merfilt'Williamsvisited and Linda. Sw rn to and subscribed before
Shirley Gayle; Rogel'Stone
.. kiss
.wher.i op .. Ms. :J'F.iJtOgers iir Jack- me this 20th day of September,:
,- and' Kenny and Annett 1S57. K. G. DUNCAN AGT.
the DOOmrOF LIKE ville Sunday., ,, Green attended the water ski L siMNEO BORROWMONEY ,. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode' of tournament at Cypress Gardens CHARLE.S A. DARBT
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THE Gainesville will spent th<*, weekend and Clerk, of Circuit Court County of r
and atao visited..Bok 'Tower, Bradford
? I : State of Florida. STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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with M"r. and Mrs.. Ed the, Great, Masterpiece recently :
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., 'r Torode. Mtv and Mr L. L' Hardy of

-, }Ir, .and Mrs.. E. 'P. Lacy of Jacksonville ''were weekend guest lo Tke COUB J, JadRe' Court 'In '.
Ad -- '
Miami were weekend guests of of the W.i E.' Bigharns." 14.Iii For P Bradford'out .. Count, Flor- .. "' .....- .. ,', '
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Mr. and Mrs. M. H La IN REi .. -T 1
g' b Mrs. Edna Hayes of GabtesviUspent' estate .of, Franklin a Hoi- ; : .
See In one minute llngsworth, deceased. .. ----i '- - - -- -
c your pictures the weekend. with the G yHarrell XOTICE OP SAtE -
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'; with a Polaroid, Land .Cam !. Pursuant to an 'Odrer,. of the
.. '+f T C4ASUPPLY
'. '+' ;'z'J '' era. New models In stork. 'at But Mrs. Mallory Thomas of Starke County Judge of Bradford County ((
Florid, the' undersigned, as Ad-
linston's. Studio & Gift Shop; and Byron Connley of' Bartow ministrator of the Estate of Frank-

SEE US I ;44r. ; (tf) were Sunday dinner guests'of the offer Un C"at Hollitlgsworth 11 o'clock; ,. deceu the d.. 31st will d4 /A/ QUANTITY
am.
on
4' :. Edward Schwabt who, ,is employed -G.' I* Atkinsons., day of October, 1S5Z, for public, sal FAG'\A WEEDS
f I '.. .".',,,""s''i'I..lf.: !- .),.) .. 4, in Cocoa spent the week :Mrs.: Allie Tyler ,and daughterJoan the following. described. .real property -' LL BU/LOMG
.." '" -, H 'i ; td-wlt: '
-::' *?** ': and Theodore Tyler of Jack
end with '
tfetWMft! S.tlng. .. : :: I .'. :- ,, -, Kenneth his family.Tyus of Florida sonville, and Mr.' and Mrs. Lean-: J>ginnlng: of Lot at Five the 'Northeast(5) of Block corner OF QUALITY
w'b'
; AYDEN.* .. : ''c" Southern College. Lakeand, wad der' Parrish and family .of Trenton Eighteen, (18) :of ithe original .
: TownxOt Starke
GAME"M. Florida, accord
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'. ?l.q"-t: ;Ward 'I home for the 'weekend. were weekend: guests of Mr ing to the map.or.plat thereofas
.: \, ., ,. -f ; Mrs. J. 'R Wainwright and I and\ !rL Ned Hicks. .of,;record in ,Deed Book "N' I.. 'rO'
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"- '' page 759 of the.< 'public records
....tt k.M k iiii Loans up to Mrs. Charles Darby were hostesses Ralph Nettles underwent .surgery Bradford County:, Florida,.and .
\.: _t CUWIII,allPPl'I at' four' tables of bridge |Jj h St. Vincent's Hospital, thence 'run'West Fifty (50) feet,
Jacksonville, last week, and Wil thence run South Twenty (20)I
AND Monday evening.'at the Darby feet. thence run East. Kitty ,(59)
... y home. This bridge club, liam Dukes Jr., was in ttie ft4 and thence run North Twenty
$$600 organ Gainesvirie hospital this week. (EO) feet to the point oV' beginning ,

ized ten years ago is being re- Mrs. Hattie Barry. has also been _4 : -. .
DAILY SPECIAL!! Smoked BBQ said 'sale to be subject to tne (ol-
It's the one gift for o it the sick list. loving termsand'' conditions. I---,
Chicken 'Dinner; $..50. -
1 The sale price shall be- subject --
'Mr and Mrs.:"J, H. Sowells..Mrs. LOCAL TMADSMARU.I.
Find Us Friendly" those who'mean the most Smoked on preml'eS. Boxed dinners I to'the approval of' the.Cou. n ty. '
V. V. Hazen, and Mrs.. Doris Judge's Court. .
that to take. out.-Barry's Restaurant Kelly! and daughter' visited Mrs.{ ,2. Title will conveyed by Warranty SPEcIAL OCT. 4-11 1 1 ONJ.Y
only can give. De d subject
you S troL' South of Jessie tipper. hi ''Ocal last Sun only to that ,
certain
mortgage dated the 9th day
FINANCE May we make your Starke on sot, TeL 441-W. day. of November,,19,54 and,recorded at. %

today? vised this 'year and win meet t Mr.and'Mrs. Edward Clark. and Mortgage-3. vThe, sale Book will S3. page be for 423.cash. orat All Glidden Paint 1 ? Discount

appointment once a month. soil: of Gainesville were Sunday. the option of the. Administrator
COMPANY Mr: and Mrs. John H. Gill left guests of the Lloyd Barry family. he may require a down paymentof
10 per, cent (10%) on .the day
Wednesday "for Dallas, Texas 'to '}tr: and Mrs.' Claude Prescott of the sale, and the balance of the

; Plus "Cat Cb visit their grandchildren:: 'Witn I and family of Starke hive moved payment to be made''at the time of
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closing ot the sale. .
And Chapter 111 N. Walnut St. Sunday when they' wlU'ont1nui} back' to our community.: 4. The Administrator will' enter

-- STUDIO AW) GIFT SHOP on to Kansas City, Mo' on i a. The C. Atkinsons of Orlando into a contract' for sale to carry
Phones 5SO and 581 out .the purposes andsinteut of the
business trip. were weekend visitors of :Mr. and
,I SUN. 310N. Court Order; which contract will
I Gils Smith of Tallahassee was Mrs. Carrell Atkinson 'and Mr, Include the ordinary provisions relatlnp BUILDERS SUPPLIES I Iit'
visiting Mrs. Effie Johns last and Mrs. Ernest Russ.' tft the sate of real property.'
i-I' 1r' JAMES, F. HOLLINGSWORTH..
Friday. ')tr.: ant! I.Mrs.J Paul-.Prescott.and Administrator' of the Estate

4ffTfl1 ." II Mrs. C. H. Quick visited Mr. and family of Bartow were Sunday, .,f -SVanVlin- (' .Unllinw"u'n..th"

i iJ Mrs. W. H Jackson in Ludowici,1: guests'pf Mrs. Doshie"' Prescott. By: Joseph Administrator A. llcGowan Miller, Attorneyfor Eldg., Ii _

I Ga., last week. Mr. and Mrs. T.tv.. Markeyare 11 West University Avenue, -g -

J GET READY FOR COOL' Mrs. Dessa E. Smith, returned visiting! m:AlachuaE. fbl.s'w ki Gainesville, Flarida. 4t V5IV ...

11 -home afte, visiting her cousin) We iii sorry to hear that Mrs; ," ,

JaM Mrs. C. H. Gannon in Holy Hill Mattie Sowells' broke* Her ami -'--'-------. --.. -- 'j S
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and Mrs. Samuel Dumas. In Or* while ,visiting! Mrs.. Beady Con-i JV8TJCE ,OF APPlICATION FOR t...
l.-$l WEATHER l land'o last week nerly .in ..TallahasseeMrs.. Doris TAL DEED.
ARNtlCOLOI* : : See. 14.16, F.!.
ONLY FIVE DAYS to beat Kelley burned her face and arm Notice i ia herebytgiven that T. J.

Plu "Tops. in Bi the' Oct. 10 price increase oil at. the school lunch room last Alderman the holder of the following I

:.joon. SEE QUit LARGE SELECTION OF week,due to the iaulty oven. of the I certificates has filed 'said certificates '
Smith-Corona ,Silent Super. Port! fer:"a tax 1il'fcl to be i issued!
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able. Buy now for Christmas"- gas stove. thereon. The certificate! .jujmbcrsand I
'Cha 'l -Fisher' of Jacksonville years, t'issiIapcetbe descriptioi -
rUE, WED.- Bradford County Telegraph., of the property,'and the names
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,,., OIL Mrs. Owens spent a, few. days last week with Ir.. wbtcta,it was, assessed are a*,follows ,
the
Lynn former
,
U ;>- HpATERS < I.
."' Mrs'/Ralph. ,Nettles''and,"children! : 4 ,
t ..I .1'; :; 'U_ Miss Louise Dixon of Lawteyj: Faraa. ,Snedeker of the tj !pj( F Certificate, "No. 51. Tear f issuance I II Il Il
;.- has'.moved. ta I Angler! N. C.. She ( '. 1>>53: .' t i
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4f'
wasguest speaker at the: ,Brooker Dts rintiott of Property: ..Lot4
1 ) We, Have, One, To Fit Your Need was employed at rthe prudentialLife : Baptist! .piurch-'last: Sun .ay.. Blk 14 Lincoln City (S% of Ei! WJf %
I' Insurance, Co. in Jackson :' < ,Ry) JSee.13.T ,*'s-.It.%%'E-: ., I '
: 1.[i.
arid,1\tis. Hazen attended 7A'1IJc \
Aubrey" L
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yule d Name in whiek. assessed; Edna .1.. _
and has _
F since transferred '
: 'the Thomas-Reeves Ved.. Smtfb' :, ._ ?. :i ; ,
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I to their Raleigh, off tee., 1 din t',in.Tatllafakssee recently.! :: Alt f said property being In theC6iBty
stan of Fla. l
fMBratfftfrd
Mrs : :
Florence nti. 2L95 ; Janie Avery Carswell has ,1.l1:8t: 'Minnie'! .Hazen' .Is ,.VijitinffMr .tfoless such\ ertit1cat&ofeert4* _
--' '" .. ,- l' returned to her home at 310 Ni :W :'Md. POrvis ila2ei'labcait. ficates'""shall -redeemed accordIng I jr '.ct LI I I x.

; ." : Walnut St.after undergoing :eI --- I suchcertificate to'IaV-th6. popeztescrflled. ftrtificates I IA '\J
if of
Boss : surgery three, weeks ago-in'Alat, + !J i! ; 'Mattie.Batty Has 'returned will be''l.oId. to tbe'bgb. !! st ..IlldderAt 1

if t I I To chua General HospitaLsEnjoy ., from a visit with Mr arid Mil the court-houe door ow the first .
MoBdayla ,1IantOf Notemberj:
the, all-new 1958 Motorola C: C.; Dlas i& Haines City* 'Sheilso 18S7, jvhlch: is. the 4 day of November -b;

.1)Jus Quaker ._.:-, .Hi .F1. Console: Phonographfor visited 'friends and relatives_ ; 19SU : .. -,' -

Cartoon in |I seven days In your 'own. borne !I! Bartow,, and ''Lakelands tJ (:Dajeditbiil! Seal), .Cbarles daof .Oct..A- Dfthi.Iti! 7.Offftial .

139.95 absolutely FREE.'. call 'BuUiagi ''Mrf. Mat'gli Bikcnt f.La.Croase Clerk 'of Circuit Court of Bradford

I THUU. : Perfection. -t ton's: phone 265,. for reservatIons visited Mrs. Tim Thomas Sunday 1 ',eqtnty'lorha;;; 10/4 ,4t 19/25 '

FRI. ," ::1\\, now. (tfj Aonilte.i 'GrSfi. Katfiy' 'Harrell, -HOME FOR GROWING FAMILY-1:

a.I d'H NOTICE ,OF, APPLICATION FOB ,
> Methodist Youth PlanChildren' l tlxeU', i ofF't.'is'y\ irail4 -4 1ImthH '-TATDlED-' -" Your insurance, coverago

BUY NOW! BE q )Ja apand.: Thj'wez4 < Seek 11..H.F.s .property
READY Fund: : r X tic. iS'hereby giwn..,that T.-J. .
Privy t.c t 1A \. e : Will SMALL DOWN PAYMENT.EASY: TERMS Mrs:, Theltna' Kelley of Gainesiv'th.G : lag eertifIcatesha* filed ial3"cerrtlfleates
Plans for the second annual (nl"''& tax deed toaued '
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last
t(, y United: Nations' InternationalChildren's !s 1dai. B.' Colsons. f II and th.ereolThe years, of' issuance certiftcatt the. numbers descripttton The more you" d to the value of your home, tfie mot!

(Emergency Fund drive, '. of the pf.'t'ty..ncl the names ,you stand to lose if you're not adequately insured against

R tock sponsored by the Methodist Youth IK,which .it was assessed are a, fol* ; sure fceelii
disasters Make protection
.- under VayPres1 CABD, OF THANKS lows:, fire ITU! your
Fellowship are '-I -- <- ; Certificate No. '1. Tear of Issuance t
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home. Call
gfovita orybur 'on us
with the lorl
,
(. ent at the pre-p1 nning meeting I wish Eb express my ap'precia1tiori l9.3.Description.- pace .' *
L 123 East PHONE held after' evening :church services I of Property: : 1% acre I Dr"nArt1I' insurance check-up today.
(a tie, ,Bra'dford i County In' NWcorner ot Sfcof 8WH ofSW
Call last Sunday were appointed! delegates |-i 4"'K.of Rd No. I and W, of: K Plus! "Hippety 80Starke from tfir Senior: and Intermediate -; Hospital S tit. iortirnndeifdi, No. .,. Sec.. lT..,S S R4 ,E. '.. '

toon Street ,Fla..Ihf" groups. way lhai t waS*tre&1 l dwfiiJe 1 "recovering *l flale.oi.'j.Name, in wnicir:: ,assessedr'.: .. Elizabeth. .. i 'ILC.. WALL AGENCY

The young' people erving on fron i my f pti&i i I All of aaidproperty-b.ing in the .'

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'i-AGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPH.; STARKE; FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1937
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Coral Snake Bite V 'Co/ Wall Receives Army Honor I!I Starke Woman's Son For Brooker Market Season Budget Work PlannedAs Lawtey Lions Club I:1


Recovery Seen r- ..,c .{" 'V": VVV_ ..,, Dies In Ft. Pierce V Millage AdoptedThe To Host. Businessmen :

: Willard Smith, 55, assistant City Council Tuesday VV VV f
Growers Give OK To Auction SalesFifty
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lf treated within an hour the production manager of the Fort night made preparations for ptV

victim of a coral snake's bite Pierce. Growers. Association and beginning deliberation on
Dpjy, baa a good chance of recov < son'f Mrs. Henry O'Hara of farmers in.the. tricountyarea dwindled; until only one buyer remained the new city budget as they ;

ery. Starke, died Thursday Sept 27, served by the,Brooker Farmers and there was no .competitive voted to keep the ad valorem

in Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital )Market gave unanimous endorsement situation. tax rate at the present 15 <>
State Board
The of Health has
after a brief illness. Tuesday night to an Spokesmen for the farmers' mill mark. tf\,,

just obtained a small supply' of Mr. Smith had lived in Fort auction-type market operationduring group expressed belief that grow The Council scheduled a '4 $*

coral snake anti-venom from Pierce since 1950. ,He was a the forthcoming season. ers in that area would support the special session for next \' _

Brazil, the only source of such a member of the First Methodist The Action ,was taken at a! auction because "we realize some Wednesday night for study

serum. After examining theStfrum .. Church of Fort Pierce, the Scot meeting,held in the Brooker school!' thing has got to be done, and we and discussion of the budget _AV VV\ V\ .V ';VV\V' ; VSVVVS

. and evaluating the in- tish Rite Masons, and a member auditorium and waS the culmination believe this is, the best possible figures.The rS > V

formation which came with it, i of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, of a 'series of farmersponsored solution." tax rate was settledat t
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Dr. ,C. M. Sharp Director of the Vr wt 'i West Palm Be ch.. meetings which the differenttypes At previous meetings dissatisfaction this week's session of the ''

Bureau of. Preventable Diseases V V Besides his mother, survivors of market, operations had had been expressed with Council so that tax statements

stated that his bureau would secure r Include his' wife, Blanche Smithof been thoroughly explored. Amongthe the present method of selling, can be completed and L

an additional supply' of the Fort Pierce and three sons; a 50 growers, attending Tues whereby growers "set off" their mailed out without any

serum and store it at the county ( brother, L. C; Smith of Starke day's meeting, opinion was unanimously produce for one buyer or "shop further delay. _

Health Department Offices in and four sisters }.{rs.. Clarence in favor of trying the auction around" at the various marketsin

Miami. 'Tampa Orlando and Frazier Graham: Mrs. Olin Graves system. V the area to see where they can 4 LIONS GOVERNOR

Perumcola.! as well as at the Daytona Beach; Mrs. Henry In order to interest and enlist get the best price. Begin TrainingAt

central headquarters Jack Rogers Waldo; and Miss Alta support, of growers who did not Everett Crawford of Worthington Fort JacksonFour The Lawtey Lions Club will

sonville. I Smith, Starke. attend Tuesday's meeting it was is chairman of the farmers hold a meeting of the businessmen

"It has always teen fortunatefor Col. Harold C. Wall of St. mander of the main recruiting Funeral services were held Sunday decided to sponsor a free barbe"cuesupper group that, has been sponsoringthe young Bradfordites recently of the community in the
I. r.tate director of Se- station, who recommended Cot to be held at the Brooker at tonight
human beings that the coral Augustine, afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in series of meetings over a period arrived at F"*. Jackson, S. City Hall Lawtey
lective Service was honored recently Wall for the award. the First Methodist Church of market later this month. Commissioner of several months. Others (Friday) at 8:30: o'clock.

snake is such a timid creature" in Jacksonville with an Maj. Clark. said that Florida Fort Pierce. Masonic rites were ; of Agriculture Nathan serving on the advisory committee C. to begin their eight weeks of State Secretary Tom Kirkham

said Dr. Sharp. "His bite has us appointment by the Adjutant has enjoyed as cooperative a conducted at the'graveside'in Fort Mayo and State Market, DirectorL. are: Mozell Gainey, Alachua; basic infantry training. Theyare Multiple District Florida, 35, In-

ually"meant death in the past. General of the Army as an Hon spirit between the two agenciesas Pierce Cemetery.Advisors.' .:M. Lewis will be invited to attend N. G. Davis Graham; Woodrow :
i Association 'of Lions
1 ternational
if it was more than just a orary U. S. Army Recruiter any similar operation in. the V the barbecue and address the Thomas and John Shaw, La- of
Pvt. W.- Hicks son
Jerry
Death followed the bite Cot.' Wall received the award, U. S. "Through this efficient and Named growers. Crosse; Earl Hill Santa Fe; N. G. Clubs, will' address the meeting. t.
ftch. the highest given by the nation- friendly relationship the difficulties All growers and $buyers of> pro- Hayes, Clyde Cone and Russell Mrs. Z. Y. Hicks; Pvt. Roger, Among the distinguished guests

ordinarily within three hours. wide recruiting service, for his that normally harass the duce in the area served by the Green, Brooker. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. present from the Lions organization

Now' an anti-toxin has been pro- assistance and cooperation with operation of two agencies so For DCT ProgramAn Brooker market are invited.to attend Tuesday night's I will be Will H. Wasaon Dis- ,
which, if administered meeting was S. Williams! : Pvt. Jimmy Hazen.
curpd recruiters and the Recruiting wide spread and complex as ours the barbecue; together with attended by Ralph B. Alvarez, assistant trict Governor, 35-1; 'Harry C.
within the hour can save the their families. The'exact date of son of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Haz. Elrod Jr., Deputy District Gov-
Main Station in Jacksonville. were practically eliminated, resulting advisory 'committee composed director of State Farmers

4 Shown in photo ((1-r) are Sgt. in great monetary save of ,Bradford County 'businessmen the meeting will be announced as Markets and County Agent G. T. en; and Pvt. Gerald W. Crosby, ernor, Region II; Hugh V. Griffin -

1-c Carl Booth recruiter who ings to the government." soon as arrangements are com Huggins. They were present in son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cros Jr., International Counselor;
who will help guide: the ''an and Franklin: A. Swimm, district
served liaison between pleted.- ,
as sergeant The Honorary Recruiter Appointment advisory capacity only, how by. AU are residents of Starke.
Co. Wall's office and the high school's new Diversified'. Tuesday night's group was addressed ever, and emphasized the fact that public relations.chairman.. .
has been awarded to Hicks Williams and Hazen
Jacksonville office; Congressman Cooperative Training' program ; by Dr. E. W. Cake, marketing the movement ,to adopt a. new Lawtey Lions President Hubert -

Charles E. Bennett. who present. only two other individuals in was announced last week by Bill specialist with the Agri Fystem of selling' on the Brooker enlisted together and were all E. Priest will preside and

ed the award in behalf of the the state and only 13 such a- Costello director of the program. cultural Extension Service, Gaines market was started and carried assigned to Co. B, 1st Battalion. all businessmen in the Lawtey .

Adjutant .General and the Military wards have ,been made nation ville, who discussed the advantages through toy the farmers them to Co. C, area are invited to attend.
Members of the committee are I I Crosby was assigned
Affairs Committee of whichhe wide. One of the first to receiveit and disavantages of the different selves.
T. H. Slade, E. L. Matthews and 2nd Battalion. CHURCH OF CHRIST
jVVV is a member; Col. Wall; and was Phil Silvers of the Sgt. I methods of marketing oper
Maj. Geo. W. Clark Jr., Corn- Bilko TV Series. Norman Allen, all of Starke, ation. He' said that the 'auction 'Last Of Badmen' During the next weeks these C. L. Overturf ,Jr, Minister
Daye Shuford of Lawtey and W. type market would operate suc- the Sunday Sunday School, '10
will be
victim's life" sician needing it, and that fast E. Bigham of Brooker.V cessfully only if the growers gaveit To Play At ParkThe young men learning a. m., morning service 11 a. m.,

Dr. Sharp explained that the police or Highway Patrol cars The committee 'is designated to I their wholehearted cooperationand I. fundamentals of being an infantry evening service" 6:30 p. m.

coral snake anti-venom is a could no doubt be used to speed work with the ,direction the support"In story of an infamous gang soldier. After this period Wednesday Bible study 7:30::

horse serum-that i i&. one thatis delivery if necessary. He said program giving advice and ,recommendations order to succeed, an auction of killers of the early west is they will be given about 14 days p. m.

made from the blood of horses such cooperation had always on its'operation market must have a sufficient unveiled on the screen 'inthe leave, after which they may return Radio Program Station

ASK ;;'I "'r.--, which has been given larger'and been given gladly by peace officers !- Costello said he is well pleased volume. of produce to attract Cinemascope production, "Lastof to ,Ft. Jackson for further WRGR Sunday 8:30: -9 a. m.,

larger doses of snake venom.until in such emergencies. He said with the progress of the DCT enough buyers for competitive the Badmen," playing Sunday training in a eciaiiZe4 Army Subject for the month "The

CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON they build up a tremendous that the states doctors and hospitals 'program during its first few I bidding Dr. Cake said. "If growers Monday and Tuesday. at the '

***. resistance to it are being notified of the weeks and with the cooperation. start hearing about a little Park Theatre.

about this question: In explaining the alleged :I bureau's plans to store the anti- he is receiving from businessmen. higher price being paid on a shed The drama is about a notor- Men's ClothingEstablished,
at .. somewhere'else and start pulling STORE i
"timidity of tne coral snake Dr.' venom strategic locations for ious gang of outlaws, the Gal. ALVAREZ' 1894

-."Our power lawn mower Sharp said that the serpent vm'' future needs.Board Twenty students and 18, train- their produce away from the mar latin Gang, in Colorado in the IUI. ,
ket
volume will dwindle
threw a stone that struck the absent himself from the vicinity' ing agencies are participatingthe buyers 1870's !who murdered for profit.
will
leave, and the auction will
neighbor's boy in the mouth, of humans if at all possible. If Clears program. The students and fail. Taken directly from the files of
trapped or cornered. or stepped .the businesses which are cooperating a detective agency the film stars '

knocking out his front teeth. on, it might bite. He does not Way For StationThe in their training. are: ever The.that economist if growers declared will "stick how- George Montgomery as the ,agent Sell It Rent h. *, Trade It

We feel'awful.abou't this and strike with fangs," Dr. Sharp Robert Brown,, A & p'Food it out" and continue to bring their who led the job of tracking .

want his medical and dental :' added. "He chews with teeth. Store; Irving Browning; Good produce to the market, in spite of down the outlaws.
He has to get a hold on you and County Commission Mon !! Playing the featured roles in A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Zt'ports .of. .slightly higher prices WITH
man's :
service
bills Will day' sliced a' technical station; Robert I ; ,
paid. our Comprehensive gnaw awhile before he can 'get through elsewhere they! win win .in ,the the "Last: of.the. Badmen" are

l Personal Liability the poison into you. Most people roadblock ,standing in the way Cooper 'Winn-Dixie 'Stores, meat l long fun because: Buyers must Douglas Kennedy Keith, Larsen! ,

don't stand 'around that long.'" of completing' arrangements for market; Betty'Parkas, Mitchell's follow the produce. and it'it is'all Meg' .Randall, Robert Foulk and 20 WORD OR LJSSS.! OB* Insertion (Minimum; Cflhrfe) '- .TS

policy voluntarily' pay the Dr.. Sharp descnted the coral. building the new patrol station Drug Store;. Robert Terry'Futch, going'to the :auction: niarketthey James Best. EACH ADDITIOVAL WORD OVER M -, _.-__ 4e Per W.r4

boy's; expenses?" snake as having a black head, by agreeing to ,give: the ,State DeWitt' C. Jones Funeral 'Home; must go there, to'get it." This 80% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD

and''a black body with alternating Agriculture Dept. a clear ,deed '' David E. Lawson,. Hardy Brothers % ould'.result .In more buyers 'on W. C. 'T. U. Ke: ADDITIONAI/FOR- BLIND ADS OR ADS! ..NOT PAID_V ADVANCB.V .

coral-red. and yellow stripes to the State Farmer's Market garage;' Henry 0; Lawson, the "auction<<: :competitive bidding,
.
Charley E JOhns going 'clear,around the body. He i property, a, section. of which, will Starke: Radio & TV; ,Timothy J.Mann and consequently higher prices for HE THAT LQVETH PLEASURE CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _________ $I.3' P.! lark ,First InirrtloB )1.1

said the snake rarely grows be used for the new station. W T. .Jackson;.Jessie .Allen !produce, Dr. Cake said. SHALL -BE A. POOR MAX: IIE 1.00 PRR INCH. FOR !S4MK AD REPEATED. O\B OR MORE TIME

longer than two feet, and ia'usr Transfer of the property from Mann, Ratliff: Chevrolet Co.; i 'The economist cautioned, however THAT LOVETH,WINE AND OIL CARDS OF 'THANK' (tp To M W.r U). -_ -- '\' *349
uaUy'smatier.' Other snakes have the Iris V. :McCullough' Bradford that' uctions'at OVER SO WORDS ________'-__-___-* Cndi Per' Word
Agriculture Dept. to the several other SHALL NOT BE RICH.
.&SAencyPhone S colored bands, but the coral 'canbest I Dept. of Public Safety a trans. High school; 'Gerald N. Norman, markets fn the state have not been (PROVERBS 21:17.) MEMORIALS! AND RESOLUTIONS ___ V 4 C..ti Vn Word

: remembered for its black. action which had been given official Brown's service station;- Jack ,T. successful largely! because growers V

head he said. Parish Slade, Gas Co.; William would not FOR RENT-Unfurnished bedroom
approval, was blocked "by give their whole ,FOR'SALE-Upright Singer vacuum three
13 Starke, Fla. : Dr. Sharp said the anti-venom a.clause in the deed which provided Salmon Bradford County school hearted support and' .volume 'e AND- Sailor's DANCE-11am Snac: aKinesley ; cleaner electric roaster skirts hand 49 stone Lake Heights.front Phone home evening in Key

would te' available to any phy- that Jn the event'the land bus garage; Franklin D. Starling V Lake. Square dancing Musi. Chevy.lawn mower grader, fender blade for Cub Keystone. .Heights. ,161%.
% ,, A & ''P Food Store. ,Ma" '.' and Saturday night. milk cow. Mrs. I -' Itchg 10/11
should Tractor young
used U ;
cease being n ,
afanners' '---01 WRGR Bradford County 01 .
E. Starling, Starke' Elementary by Plalt /1"a Leo Champion. 2 miles E. on 18, '
market. It would FOR bedroom
revertto Vi mile south. Phone 481-L. Itch I' RNT-Two completely

.. ..- : .-: ,. , the .County.. With this revision mark School l; Furniture Jerry H. Suggs, Den. ; 1496 K ,C PHONE GIG 'WHEN; IN NEED OF on, furnished KHTgsley, Garage Lake. apartment 'all-

"'.c .I. ;" ... "." ., ;t' "!"t" ;;..t ;=-..". ,""" ). clause, in effect ..the'A'gri ulture' Faye Sweat H. C.Co., ;Wall Bobbie STARKE, FLORIDA NEED TIRES Carl Johns, SO or 45. tfohg
Insurance TOPSOIL
Dept. could not the V ridsAsk
complete
Get them now pay- as you
doors
Sale Used Lumber,
For Cheap.
SELLING YOUR REAL ESTATE? SEE THE transfer to the other state department Agency; Billy Warren,. Lib- The Music & News Stationin FILL DIRT .! for our easy Sales budget and Service terms. Windows, Brlcksidlog. Plumbing
by Sales & Service; Ronald E. Starker Lacy Conway Starke Fla. Materials and Shrubbery. See
SPECIALIST! Wiggins Winn-Dixie Food V TYPES Union Pus V- Station tfchg Bill Jackson, Phone 165 or 365,
With the ALL Starke. Fla. tfchg
elimination of this '
If )oiire. ..It....' KM- a )oct.r! '1a$'. Bin uprrialtr Bl'T Stores, and Howell Williams. Monday thru Friday V
If )ou hatetorthnhlle properllen to nell !SKi': IS! tb.... clause the Agriculture Dept. can Western Auto store. 6:00: Sign, on and New TRACTOR! .WORK PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all FARM. WANTED-If you have a
our SiircIIt. Ihe IU''BItOrGIi AlCTIOX MKTHOU i a dispose of the land as they wish. 6:05: The Clockwatcher makes and model autos $%1.95 farm for sale with livable house
the Proteu urrrn ful !SFK. FAST. M UK and FUR wayto the The DCT, proram, in its. first NDLight and _up. Installation free at forty or more acres three or four
though Commissioners
Kll |>r .prl>'. fall or write 1I..broug.1"h'.1f U1.IKL .. were year at BHS. designed to 6:30: Mark Lee Raulerson (Mon VV Shepherd's. tfchg miles of Stark.... Contact me at
L'flraad... Fla. Phone \rdra 44371.PRIDIY. told that in all cases in whichfarmers' vide on-the-job pro- day and Tuesdays only) Bulldozing on('... };. W, Hayes, Realtor. ,

markets have been closed those students experience for 6:45 The Clockwatcher THIGPEN JR. FOR SALE 8 x 8 x: 16 Concrete tfrhg
W. L.
the property has always been planning to step 7:00 First News ot The World V Blocks 18c each. FOP yard. Mortar FOR RENT-One bedroom apart.
returned to the directly from high school into &t'Box245.D-AItoa BA Mix, Cement, Sand, Steel and ment. Electricity furnished. $4'
county. I the business world.! Students Roundup PHQNZ'2974 Aluminum Windows. Aleo ready Also sleeping rooms. Ol ona, 218R
With the action of the board 7:15 The Clockwatcher mixed concrete. Pradford Engineering __ Walnut St. tffhg
participating in :
the program Co.. Phone 94. tfchg
the way was paved for the Dept.of tend! classes in the'mornings and.a.t. 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The 'Air Starke Fl*. BEAUTIFULLY furnished new 4-

Public to receive the 7:30 Weather Around -- bath, on Klngsley Lake.
Safety receive practical : The Nation WE HAVE a new loan program for room,
400 by 400 foot site north of the experience by OUR TENTH AHKIVERIABYRADIOS farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years Rent yearly to responsible couple -
working in .the perative train. V > REPAIRED! for the entire credit require Mrs. Beckett Box: 336>>, Rt. 1.
market buildings on' U. S301 ing 7:35 The Clockwatcher All Mlkei All X.Iclitea..nable tf chg
agencies in the afternoons. ments of the farmer and his fam
and begin preparations for the 7:50. World, National, > State and e...... wrateeduAs. ily. Gainesville Production Credit
C SHEPHERD I\ REAL ESTATE!
BtKG4I\S
Association, CO North Main
30.000 building. 'Band Of Sports ,News U W. Call St. Stmrke PLUS Gainesville. Fla. tfchg
()t'T. 11 1*30 P.M. INTKKLACHEV. Pataam ; Angels'Slated 8:05: The Clockwatcher New 3 bed room fc...e, hardwood
fuuBt) LAIUJK 2-STOHl' IIOWB UB KolrMt S'. be- floors, paved driveway, la.d *.pe*
!"... ('OMMIUS d KH\CI: .,' tS. .U..o:5: \OJOlnXGLOTS For. Florida"Band 8:45: Radio Chapel (Ministerial 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KET- FOR SALE-Westlngheuse sink and grounds, paved street city tllltlew.
OB !VTVTK. ll\\'*'. .0, 13: Ml, tram Palatka and 35: Ml. j 4 Are Nabbed Association) STONE STONE HEIGHTS 8T&TE BANK MEMBER KET-. dishwasher. Reg. J4a9.95. Sale clone la. and a rs.l bargain with
FLA.
price Ul9.l5.! This will and
fruai G.I.\III.. appliance .173.W.: dow p.y e t far GI
Goon MOTEL SITK! of Angels," film versionof 9:60: Five minute summary of FDIC. i reduced $5 each week until $..'Iro.06 FIIA financing Mofmrmtn ,
Home' naluktakraldmlfiMrd aad well built. II'coaitrurt- : Robert ,Penn Warren's News Bold. Slade Gas Co. tfcbg less th.B real.
rd of ions: leaf |lar frame nil* a llfrtlnir mrtal roof. A best The FOR SALE-82 gallon Electric
9:05 Chatterbox
tarter copper Krrrrard :p rrh ",....d. alvag tie entire front < In Gambling Raid selling novel, will play Sunday with Betty Water Heater. Two elements. FOR RENT: furnished house on Large beavtlfal lot Urge enough
of the .0.... Feature Include a Utiae room with heart' j and Monday at the Florida Gray Good Condition. See at Gay's Kingsley Lake. 2 bedrooms. New. for several dwellings situated' just
pine floor' and flreulare a dowaatalrn bedroomH1t Theatre. : 10:00: Cedric Adams Show'' Home Appliance, tfchg ly decorated and modern. Win. o.f., City ....It.. Priced at 91.54MMM .-
latator) and toilet a beautiful dining room with altrnrtlte j Starring in the film are i : ).
fireplace, ehalr-aelgat; uiittrlllng and built-in china j A raid on a card game in a Clark Gable, Yvonne DeCarlo, 10.30 Music For The Missus Lie Year Property. Per. Sale With ter Rates. Contact Mrs. Benceat
aad linen cabinet combination all la early' pl.... Home Reno tavern ,11:00 Five minute summary .of Farm HoNe sad B..I.... Property Kingsley Lake. Head froatage property .a F. S.
by two Starke Sidney Poitler and tfchg
lot tthirh mca>nreii JOO s J.1O1 U feared .. all .Id... To j policemen .Efrem Zim- Free Open UntlmgfJekale 301 and aU* .a State. Highway
the rear of hU lot are' 2 other. bldga; one with concrete : Saturday night netted the balist Jr. News V H.B..., RrpreieatatlTe I Let n. show yea whit he .....
floor formerly. n..ed an an orange' paeklax houne and the < arrest of three men and the woman The story set in the South 11:05 Music For The' Missus P. O. Box: 307 Starke, Fla. FOR SALE-14 In. x 15 ft. steel
han Hater and 2 at S ML S. .B 301 Phone WaloHOkart > CO.
other a garage. Property good city nep- j 11:30 culvert ; FLORIDA REALTY
Farm Roundup pipe. $1.25 ft. ALSO
operatorlofestablishment. the
tic taakn.1IGI1WY. time of the Civil War, focuses 82831 tf Building lots for sale in South Of Starke
In Mayor's Court Monday the on the 12:00. Public Service _
Gate
Subdivision. Low down
romance of its two V pay.
LOTS-fronting on Slate Hwy. 20 are 3 lot* eachMcanurlnK Second News FOR SALE-Used 17 Inch T.V. Sets 111 N. Walnut St. Tel. 3MSturke
of
three 12:15 The World ment. Low
men pleaded guilty to main characters t4995 at Shepherd's. monthly payments. V Fla,____
SO x ISO ft. and 2 lotn on a highway cornereach Hamish Bond, tfchg BILLY JACKSON Phone 1(5. c/o
being50 s toe ft. with the IOU ft. fronting ea the highway. gambling charges and were fined wealthy New Orleans Roundup Central Truck Lines.
Thcae loin with their. itonderfal location would Make aa $37 each W. T. gentlemanand 12:30 Weather Around The Na SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS- tfchg FOR SALE-Ithlca, 12 *a. pump.
by Mayor Jack
Ideal spat far a Motel with ::.'\O' frontage on the hwy. former freebooting slave-: J2.000.00. Convenient terras. Guy shotgun with ventilated rib. Terry
son. The woman pleaded not runner and Amantha Starr tion Andrews, Phone 283 or 37JW.tfcbg FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart Futch. SI4 Nona)V St..' phone 7,
DIRECTION'S TO PltOPEHTt'-Twra noath off State Hwy. guilty to operating 'a gambling 12:35 The Perry Van Show ment. Large living room. dining Starke. ItP
.
2tt at InterlacheH sign one Itl....... Turn right IVi block .. played by Miss DeCarlo a' Southern room and kitchen. Gas heat.
the property. V establishment but was adjudged aristrocrat who falls to the .1:00 Five minute summary of HOUSE FOR RENT-Inquire Unioa Telephone InstAlled. Call 99-W, FOR, RENT-;Furnished, cottage
guilty by Jackson and was sen- NewsV Fug Station. tfchg 429 W. Jefferson St. tfchg newly decorated kitchen dining
point of slavery and is taken in room and bath. I bloek from
MTIRDIV. OCT. Itt 12:30 21 tenced to pay a fine of $52 or by Gable and. made mistress of 4:05:: Chuck Denton Show OFFICE FOR RENT-Heat and air school Nice .for couple. Adults.
MONU4Y, OCT. 1 CIO P.M.]
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P.M. serve 10 days in'jail. 2:00 Five minute "summary of condition furnished. Will finishto BUY YOUR Smith Corona Silent C14 Lake St. Call 183W. Mrs.A. .
P1\E WOODS HOME. AND nCOIEPT.. his house. ) suit tenant. Chancy E. Johns. Super Portable before prices advance ,F.. Saul.., (32 McMahone $t.
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The woman was Deiores Pow News 129 S. Walnut St. tfchg I V tfchg
TRilLKH SIHimiSIONIdeal Sidney Poitier is seen as Rau- Oct.L Lay away now for V
Mobile lloniealleaIdeal ISIS Sail St. -'Wrkt .1 U.S. ers and the men 'were Eli Gibson Ru '2:05: The Perry Van Show Christmas. Nothing down Dol-
former slave leader who ANTED-Route Salesman. WANTED-Middle age white woman
Trailer Pk. Be. Must lar-A-Week
for terms. if desired
441 In OHLANDOConcrete Mack Lane and 'James 3:00 Five minute sUmmary' of .
Smith. : ,
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teeI'LWFOtlt) IttBOli joins the Union Army and returns be a local man with sales ability. Bradford County Telegraph. tf to; live help
and HtMlM R11KR an Block They were ,arr@sted.when officers News V must be sober family man that Call SII-L. Itp
MKRH1TTISLI) .- Oalr 6 Coniitrnrtlon. Carl to kill his former master. V can furnish good references. Good
Ml. from Bu_lae.. Sertloa of Front and' Rear Screened Fillyaw and Buck Alvarez 3:05: The Perry Van Show pay. See Mr. Caudill at Mag. BROKE INTO MY PASTURE Black FOR.SALE-30 H.P. Mercury Motor
COCOA "';; '_ *% Mt from Porchra,, Casement window, entered the. establishment and 4:00.: Five minute summary of nolia HoteL 'a.ma' to 4 p.m. 350 Ib. Steer with 2 Inch horns. (new) Arl!to-Craft Boat with
OCE1N' UKtCH-LOTS ,MZK and Metal Awning Sell caught them playing., The officers speeding on News V :Monday. Oct. 7th. itp Owner. may have by paying damages controls. Gator-Trailer.' I75Q.OO.
40" X: N>' llfY AS MNVS : PartiallyarnUhed laeladlacDrape Ternpl&ayenu Mark V feed and advertising. W. Phone 681-J. 224 Cherry St. lip
.* YOT WISH Bl'" \8. and Tracer' Rod confiscated the $5 pot. ham testifying that he was not 4:05 At Your Request FOR RENT-New Z.bedroom furnished C. Conner Rt 2, Starke
WHOLE \ Ihronghont.Many The Powers woman testified sure how fast, he was going 6:00:: WRGR News Parade house. Pinehaven Subdivision. Stchr 10/11 FOR SALE-Used 28 ft. all metal
Telephone 50J-I Itch I' house trailer with bath. Dicken'sMinor
that she was lying down, in another pleaded guilty to the charge. World and National)' Court. Lake City. Phone
room and did not know the Forfeiting 6:30 V 8 P M., FOR RENT-fFive FOR SALE-lIoulI.holcl Goods. 6rms. '50%. 2tcbx 10/11
other cowing Auction Inclndlngt Ranch.. Motel. bonds for .failure to : mat-A-Buirger room unfurnlsh. Clean furniture. No appliances. -
Bnlarn 'Proprrlic- Kr tdrBila| and Inmate Properties. game was, in 'pror &, Two of the appear in court were Thomas A Show.V ed house. <4< milea east of Hampton I Reasonable. Leaving
men defendants on Theressa Rd. $25 per mo. State. A. Schuette Ily. 100 Lake WANTED Experienced Luncheon
however under Edison Reames, $27, charged with 6:30 Revolving Bandstand / ',Call) I. V. Edwards. ,_ Jr County Geneva. Fla. Across from Trailer rook snd cook' helpers. Apply
questioning from Mayor Jacksonhad speeding and being a' habitual! 7:00; NEWSIC (News and Mu operator lift, Gainesville tfchg Park. Itp Gold House! .Rut urant. lip

ANSBROUGNjfcthal testified before her case was leckless ,driver; Harry Berman sic)
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FOR RENT-Furnished duplex apt. A WATKINSROUTE IS NOW
tried that *he had been in the $12 running a red' light in a &OO.Slgn Off all redecorated. .Three rooms and FORD EQUIPMENT FOR SALE AVAILABLE TV BRADFORD

Realty &Auction Company room while the game was on. school zone; Thomas Carson Ross V Saturday office.bath. Can N. be Walnut used for St. business Adults. itS, Tractor 640; Corn Harvester.' INKW COfNTIES. THIS IS AN
ESTABLISHED
MctciH BUfc ORLANDO FU Phons 44571N In other cases, Mayor Jackson $27. improper passing: Willie Same schedule as above except Call 182-W CII McMahone St. mounted one-row; Taylorway Tiller. easy to earn from ROUTE.S2.SO to It 15.00 U

v i.' J N L i D '? I' L !f l E D i N C E R 5'0 S found John Elmer Higginbotham Johnson, Negro $27 public, intoxication I to 6 p. m. Road Show V V V tfchg 4 Tandem blades;Harrow.Rotary Mower,',"; Shank 5'0";Rigid Lift per hour. Writ ,The J. R. Wat-

W th: S' 'iifOSViLt .*> _. PH.r. tVAlUih guilty of indecent exposure and ; Elaine Adams; $27 public Sunday WANTED-Year around tenant. Attractive Cultivator with Sweeps; 2 Cole N.kiwi E..Co.Atlanta, list W.0a.Peaobtree, 4tehg 10/25 St.
fined him Planters with fertilizer distributor
$27. Higginbothamhad intoxication. decorated three bedroom
\ 7:30: Sign On Religious programs discs Rear
opening and bedding ;
house, .central beating unit, modern -
Write For Descriptive Folders pleaded innocent Sentenced to Jack S-l Cyclone ONE BEDROOM furnished apartments -
pay $27 or' serve until 1:00 p.. m. conveniences on KingsleyLake. End Crane; Tractor ; .
V Henry Thomas Markham Seeder P.T.O.; .'1" Tilt Bed for rent Phone 185. W. T.
was 5 days after Phone )r..I.. W.. Klncaid
pleading guilty to 1:00 to 6 oo p. m. -"The SUn- Trailer with Rack; McCulloch Chain Jackson. tfchg
97. tfchg
placed on probation for 30 days public intoxication were, two Negroes day Show Saw; Sears Gas Engine 500 watt

#. f '. *. and after his be$fl was. bond.found was returned of .. Ernest Smith and Charlie '6:00: t i 8:00 p. m. See Sched- TAKE Westlarbout UP PAYMENTS TYf Dafener on' SI Inch Gift generator Brownie;Road 5' Eiee, SR Flow.229 J. L.at Orr.SR FOR-'RENT, 12$--Lafayttto Nlca-' 3 "room fit.-'' apartment Phone

guilty Knlght.VV --- -T V abort Shop.' V ,' .';.. jt;:_ 3Z.AIVLakS., V HP 10/11 4$2-W. ., V ltc1l.
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STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 1936 .
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.T..TT..TT..TT..TTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 TTTTT..TT.T.T..TTTTTT.TTT.TTT.TTT.TTTTT..TTTT 'VVYyyYVVYyyyyyyyyyyyy fis last Sunday. day. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. N.

Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. spent the T-Sgt. Wiles B. Danson, Jr. left D. Hamilton and their new daughter

II Home Demonstration KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy LAWTEY' first of last week in Jacksonvillewith for Okinawa on Monday after be- Cathy.Mr. .

4' Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blockerand ing home 'on an emergency leave
and Mrs. Guy Futch hadas
/jij. Notes sons. The Blockers broughther ,v.ith his family.
I By Jin. Joyce T. Futch dinner guests Mr. and
Mrs. J. Russell YoungAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA home on Wednesday.Mrs. : Little Miss Judy Bennett spent Suhday

: fcyDOROTHY &AAA&&AA.A A AAAA' Daisy Stuart of Heilbronn Saturday night with her cousin, Mrs. Owen ,Stephenson of Jacksonville -

: i ROSS visited the John Crews familyon Scotty Smith, in Starke. Mr. and .
New Pews For St. Williams affair were Miss Gertrude H Sunday.Mr. Mrs. W. M. Smith. and sons
: Home Demonstration Agent of 'Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were
After using the improvised er, Miss Singleton McKay, Mrs. ,sons Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. E. J. Raulersonand brought Judy home on Sunday.Mr. .

Mary Jane Bigham !is one of Other girls attending were benches made from scaffoldingfor K. McMurtry Mrs. E. T. Martin, Mrs. .Effie and Miner Mrs. on Sunday.Mr. daughters were in Mariettaon and Mrs. Bill Zack of Day business visitors to Jacksonvilleon

the outstanding girls 1n' the Betty Jo Clark and Macil Con- some time, the members of Mrs. Lindsey Walker, Mrs. Al and Bob Summerlin Saturday to see' Mr. and Mrs. tona were weekend guests of Mr. Monday.

Brooker 4-H Club. the followingis ner. St. Williams Catholic Church are Watson, Mrs E. F. Aiken and Williams son and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. E. Smith. and Mrs L. S. Tanner and family. Mr.and, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins had

an account of her work in the All interested Junior High enjoying their new pews instal- the honor guest After a gameof and son of Lake City Mrs. Erlie Padgett and children Mr. and :Mrs. C. S. Mosley were as guests during the weekend
spent
food preparation project. I I girls are invited to 'join. The led a week ago. The pews were bridge Mrs. Brokas receiveda and Mrs.Sunday'afternoon Hubert Priest with and fam-Mr. visited their grandfather, Lige in Jacksonville on Saturday with Mr. and Mra. Paul Dinkins of St.

Mary Jane purchasd from the St. Matthews shower of lovely gifts. Douglas in Lake Butler on Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Lester .
My Foods Story by group will meet the second and Sponholtz.Mrs. Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. Hor-

Bigham. I fourth Wednesday after school Church in Lakeshore, Jacksonville Birthday CelebrationMiss ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Bud Waters and day.Miss: Gloria Crawford of Jack- L. S. Clarke and son of ace Cox of Jacksonville. Mr. and
Marcia Haberstroh cele-
in 4-H in the cafeteria. and represent the combined Starke dinner
This is my thirfl: year I family of Jacksonvillle were Sunday were Sunday guests
I efforts and of the brated her seventh birthday on sonville spent the weekend with Mrs. Paul Dinkins attended the
the cooperation cf the J. D. Clarke'
senior cook I think Packed Lunches dinner family.
and as a or Snacks guests of the James
her Mr. and :Mrs. Jack
afternoon. Invited to parents of Florid Football
food preparation'project has not I When it's time to pack lunches church members and friends. Saturday Waters family.Mr. Crawford. They took her back on Mrs. L. S. Tanner and family University

only helped' me but has also I for school, for working membersof Congratulations on this accomp share in the birthday celebrationwere and Mrs. G. W. Mosley of Sunday and visited with another and Mrs. Bill Zack, visited the Game in Gainesville Saturday

help my mother. the family or for snacks at lishment. six little friends of Marcias. Starke visited Mrs. Doris Dansen daughter, :Miss Bettie Crawford.Mr. Johnny Bennett family a't the afternoon.Mr. .

""Foods has Deen one of my pro- home, one is often wishing for Rotarians Enjoy Outing: Games, party hats and refreshments and family this weekend. and Mrs. Raymond Wil- State Farm on Sunday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and

jects all three years in 4.11. The deas. Forty-three Rotarians and Rotary honoree received were enjoyed and the Mrs. Effie Boatright and family liams of Jacksonville stopped by and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick of David visited Mrs.,Fred Blackburnof

reason :I chose it is because I en- These sandwiches are good in Anns gathered'at Stephen gifts. many lovely spent Friday night with Mrs. to see the Ed Durban' family as Tallahassee spent from Wednesday Okinawa at the home of Mrs.-

I think 4-H Foster! Memorial last Sunday they were enroute to Gainesvilleon until Friday with Miss Eliza-
joy cooking. 'my lunch boxes or to eat at home. Hostess At Edna Manning in Glen St. :Mary. '
Luncheon
work has helped my mother<< in Hawaiian I afternoon for an outing which The Allan Hart family and :Mrs. Saturday.Mr. beth Terry and the Joyce Futch Laura Kelly on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Sandmen makes' 6) included a ride in the "covered A luncheon in honor of the The and Mrs. J., E. Warren hadas
more than one way. When we Nancy Keene attended a church and Mrs. Jamie Clarke and family. Wyricks were return-

have company I help her prepare I Grind 1 cup ham. Combine wagon" down to the boat landing birthdays of Miss Ruth Ohlson dinner at Wayfare church near family of Macclenny were Sun- ing from a vacation in Tennessee, guests during the weekend Mr.

the meal. I have learned to follow with 8 ounces cream cheese and a ride on the "Belle of Suwannee" and Mrs. John Thornquist was Bell, and visited the Vanice Keene day guests of the D. B. Thomas and Illinois, and the H. B. Ar- Warren's grandson, Leroy Bates,
1 small can of drained crushed : given by Mra David A. Nelsonat
river boat and leisurely woods in Anniston Ala.
the recipes in our cook book, family in Macclenny in the after family.". ,
pineapple. Mix well. This her Lake Geneva home on ,. and family of ,St. Matthews, S.C..
laay tour
of the with its
museum
also how to measure ingredients, Mr. and Mrs. Griffls and
Mr. and and Roy
Mrs. R. E. Lee
be made into sandwiches Thursday, 26. the and daughter -
ahead Sept.
Leslie
beautiful diaramas Enjoying noon.Miss Mrs. Bradley
and set the table. I use the cook I depicting luncheon Carol Jean Mosley was the family spent the weekend with sons had as guests during the

book often.I ;, wrapped the week.individually and frozen :various Stephen Foster songs, all and games followingwere Sunday dinner guest of Misses Mrs. Clemmie Lee in Enigria, Ga. weekend Mrs. B. Dinkins, and of Kingsley Lake and Mr.
before using. (Do not Mrs. J. H. Boatwright of
: have also learned to prepare' hold of this to the accompaniment of Crescent Rebecca Sue and Peggie Thompton Mrs. Ed Carter and family had Mrs. Corrie Kilgore of Jacksonville and: Mrs. Marvin Warren of Jack-
over one week.) Place in City, formerly of Key-
the chimes the
whole meals. lunch from recently of the State Farm. as guests during the weekend Mrs. George Griffis and sonville.
while yet frozen. Will thaw stone Heights, Mrs. Chares T.
I have only given one demonstration completed carillon tower. Mrs.' Nick Pope and daughter, daughters returned to their home Mrs.
by lunch time. Smith. Mrs. A. F. Crosby Mrs.H. Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Waldron Miss Enza Blanchard: ,
in our club meeting and The group assembled at the and family visited Mrs. Cour- Mrs. Robert Meyers and daughter -: in New River on Sunday after
Pal-
I. Stevens, Mrs. John Tip Mrs. Josephine
IVanut Butter and Raoon Himble, Louis H. Hill,
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that was. on decorating Christmas ) Colonial Hotel just outside the son in Jacksonville on Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs: Christobel Valentiof having spent the week with the
Fry 4 slices of bacon until Mra. John Karges, Mrs. Ralph Roy Griffises and Mr. and Mrs. meri, Mrs. O. J. Phillips, and Mrs.
cookies. That helped me in entrance to the park for a delic- Courson had gotten out of Jacksonville.
crisp. Drain well and crumble. Stevens of Melrose, Mrs.. George Quincy Rosier. Mae Wells were visiting with Miss
getting before a I ious Smorgasbord, which is a
group. the
up hospital on Tuesday of last Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand
Watson
Use onehalf butter of Williamsburg, Va. and Mr. and
'cup peanut Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamiltonand Arthurine Blanchard
have never given a demonstration feature at the hotel Sun-
every week and
Mr. Courson returned sons and Mrs. R. W. Mosley
and mix bacon into it. Spread Mrs. J. A. Williams, Mrs. J. R. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hamiltonwere :Mrs. J. B. Dye at Kingsley Lako
before.I day evening. The occasion was
fiom
the hospital on Monday. Sr. were in Jacksonville on Sun
both slices Cook and the
of bread with butteror honor guests.On in Gainesville last during the week.
plan to have cooking for one softened oleomargarine. one of the most enjoyable "Lad- Saturday evening Mrs. They were seriously injured in a day for a visit with Mrs. Orrie Sunday

ies Night"' affairs the Rotarians recent automobile accident.Mr. Bales. .
of my 4-H projects again: I want -
John
Spread on the filling. Wrap, cut, Thornquist was hostess at .
to learn to cook more foods and have held. Chairman for the out- and Mrs. James Wilkersonand Miss Shirley Rosier of Jackson- ", ---'
and freeze if desired until an Italian supper party in
to plan meals. readyto ing was Frank Walrath, Jr., who Starke. family of Jacksonville spent ville visited the Frank Cruce fam- ;
use. Left over meats from a Miss Ruth Ohlson, Mr.
Lawtey Senior 1.11 Club meal are good to use in sandwiches heads the Fellowship Committeeof and Mrs. Axel Malmgren, Col. Friday with the Andrew Wilkerson ily on Sunday.Mr. ; ;i T

Lynn Perint was elected pres- too. the Rotary Club. and Mrs. David A. Nelson, and family. and Mrs. Earl Teston and
ident when the Junior family were Sunday dinner guestsof
Lawtey Wiggins Reappointed Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cookformed Miss Sue Redding of Jackson
school A beverage to go with your Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosley
High girls met in the Reappointed by Gov. Collins a congenial group. ville had Sunday dinner with :Miss
cafeteria last Wednesday to or- lunch or snack might very well hi Jacksonville. PHONICS
for a term of four years on the Elaine Redding.Mr. .
beStra Keynotes I Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green
ganize a senior 4-H Club.
Clay Countx Hospital Authority and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and
elected to \ Blond Friends of Mrs. Earl Brice, Sr. I and sons had as weekend guestsMr.
The rest of the girls \berry G. E. Wiggins of Keystone daughter moved to Jacksonvillelast
office were: Joy Starling, vice- One package frozen strawberries Heights continues after servingfor will be glad to know that the weekend. and Mrs. Edison Green of

1 dried milk solids or has returned from a hospital in Madison.Mrs .
Vonda Secretary
president; Starling. cup two years on the charter. Friends of Mrs. Pearl
Patricia treasurer three and one-half fluid Jacksonville and is improving at Starling ,. Tom.. Hasev.. Mrs Fred
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her house
Catholic Club To gave a warming at her
Meet
and Patricia Starling, reporter. milk, 3 cups water and sugar to : home. Moore, and Mrs. Drew -i1-d-h-of
The Catholic Club will meet new home in Northwest Lawteyon :
Mr. and Starke were Wednesday luncheon
Mrs. Paul H. Lavely
Wednesday, Oct. 9, for a covered I Friday: evening. Those attend. guests of Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards
have returned from a vacation I
dish at 6 to be ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry
m.,
supper p. .
in Jacksonville.Mr.
trip which took them over: 6,000), Wilkerson and daughter, :Mrs.
I1'LMff! followed by the regular business miles. They visited relatives and and Mrs. Jimmy Crawfordand
[ Katie Padgett Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
; meeting. Just bring your favor- family of Orlando visited
ite dish and family.Woman's ,friends in Michigan and New Griffis and daughter, Mrs. Rowell :
your Mrs. Dollie Powers and family
York State visited finSt I Ic
and
Canada Prevatt, Vernie Padgett and Mark lit Mahofiftny .
Club MeetingThe last weekend. ith Aavm (mool.or lion! -
points of interest in South Carolina daughters Mrs. Ed Carter, :Mr. c .. -'--
vh'bI MQkI.
rift ) -::: '
Womans Club of Keystone Mrs. Mary Reddish was happyto : --L": ::L"ooQQo
and Tennessee. $
and :Mrs. Jeff Frevatt Jr. and ,
Heights will hold its first meet- have all her family with her : /
Mrs. Seth family, Mrs. Clyde Carter, Earl
has
Kennedy enjoyed -
ing of the Fall on Tuesday, Oct. I on Sunday. They were Mr. and
8, at 2 p. m. at the club house. a three weeks visit from her and Clifton Prevatt, all of Law- Mrs. Roy Reddish of" Webster,

Mrs. W. B. Dawson, club presi- sister, Mrs. E. J. Richards of tey, Mrs. Rosie Starling and :Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke, and RCAVICTOR 'r
Newton, Kansas. Mrs. Richards grandchildren, and Mrs. Edward
dent, announces that plans will Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of
has Griffis of Green Cove, and Mr. and
returned home
after her
be made at this .
meeting for an Lawtey.Rev. r
Mrs. Eli Griffis of Maxville. PIAYS'AU 4 SPEEDS..
opening tea. Visitors Keystone visit here. and in Ocala. I Miss Doris Tanner spent the and Mrs. E. P. Sheetz and HIGH._FIDELITY "VICTROLA HAS AM-fM KADiO

Heights and newcomers are invited Among' the recent graduatesfrom weekend: with her brother-in-law .daughters, Misses Donna and \ o Provision for Stereophonic Sound ,

to attend.Community the St. Vincent's School of I Rosa, Mrs. J. T. Anderson and Panoramic Sound
o 4-Spaaker
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Church Nursing was Miss Danette Hooper I Tucker, in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sheetz of 1 o Push-Pull On-Off Voluma

Rev. R. McNair Smith of who is a former resident of Wayne Massey, who is in the Jacksonville, attended services at Central

Shreveport, La. will bring the Keystone Heights and went to is stationed at Fort the; First Baptist Church on Sun- o Master Control Panel With
II 1111 1 1Jt1tf.:1IA'I Army now,
message at the morning service school here. She is the niece of Jackson, S. C. day. Rev. Sheetz was the guest Magic Ray Lighting J __ _____ _

: 'i I1.IuhI llilriII! 1111 of the Community Church on Mra Blanche Cunningham of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. speaker for the day. o"Magtc.Ey Tuning'* .. .

11 I'i1I till It Sunday, Oct. 6. Mr. Smith ia. the Lake Geneva and Ray Forsytheof Wilkerson and Miss Gloria Anderson Mrs. Sam Hicks and nephew,

.'.A .II ii: 11111 till IL_ brother of Mrs. John Ellis of Keystone. Her mother was last Saturday were Mr. and Jeffrey Marrs, visited Mr. and, Hear the newest_ SewaHon Sound today' .*CA frwf.norHo/j: alITtW'.an4i

I1 Hill till I i iIIr.t1H1 Keystone Heights. He has held the former Ruby Forsythe. Miss Mrs. D. J. Ballentine and family, Mrs. Dan afternoon Parrish, in while Maxville her son-on -

the pastorate of the Fairfield Hooper expects shortly to begin Herman Pringle, W. C. Griffis of Sunday -.-.--.
and .
1111 1' Avenue Presbyterian Church in her nursing career in tie Surgical Jacksonville, and Mr. and :Mrs. H., in-law and daughter, Mr. --
Shuford attending
Glen were
Mrs. ,
Shreveport, since his graduationfrom nursing service in the hos- R. Barrett and family, of State '

Columbia Theological Sem- pital at Sarasota.Mr. Fsrm Hprman. and W.. C. are on I to; business in Jacksonville.Mr. .
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; inarv TV>ratiir. fSaThe and Mrs. H. S. leave from the Marines.
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observance of World Wide Mrs. Ann attended -
Jr. of Sarasota were guests of Georgia Sapp Mrs.
and
week Mr.
the
VII 1 during
8. warmer Inv Communion will be held also at the Huntley Redfearns over the services at Faith Baptist of
I and family
Charles Starling
'ry room. IIIflh( 1iJJ H I I IIII this service 11 a. m. The service I weekend. They attended the foot- Church on Sunday. Highland. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs

I of the Sacrament Marvin Cruce leaves this week
SovTH on fuel of the Lord's ball game in Gainesville.Mr. and daughter visited her on Sun- .

costs. __ Supper will be in charge of the and Mrs. Perry Voorheesof for Germany. His wife will remain -

/'' S Pastor, Rev. J. Russell Young. Jacksonville were guests last with his parents, Mr. and It I

Automatic forced L. Florida Fellowship Mrs. Frank Cruce, until a later GNANN _
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week of Mr.. and Mrs. George Il I1 _
air hooting. Several members, includingthe Blue. date. ,

pastor, Rev. J Russell Young Mra J. F. Grayson has returned Landon Griffis of Jacksonville PLUMBING CO. i\ll\ Jill _

and Mrs. Young, will attend the visited Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wheeler _
to her Lake iu Itj
New meeting of the Florida Fellow Brooklyn home and Mr. and Mrs. Levin Grif- I 118 Court Street .. _
after a two weeks which I -Ii1i
trip
aLtt; ship of Comnunity Churches 'to Installation and ServiceOf __-_
ImprovedSUPER took her to visit friends and relatives friends in New York City, Mr. '
be held in the Tourist Churchat All Types
in Illinois
and Missouri. and Mrs. Henry Isard. Their return -

Daytona Beach on _Tuesdayand While there she, enjoyed a trip trip brought, them by the Plumbing & Heating _
Wednesday, Oct. 8-9. Mr.
through the Ozark mountains.Mr. way of the Shenandoah Valley. __

J Young will conduct the opening and Mrs. A. F. Mannering Everett Fox is a patient in the Dependable and Expert __ ___

devotional on Tuesday evening. accompanied Mrs. Grayson home Bradford County Hospital wherehe ServiceS

Mrs. David A. Nelson has served and are her guests for a few is undergoing treatment. Also Economical Prices

this year as a member-at-large days. They are to be permanent from Keystone Heights Henry
OIL HEATER PHONE 514-J
CHALLENGER on the board and Mrs.
Young S\
residents of Keystone Heights, Hall is in the hospital for obser
Here is advanced design offering; has served as Vice-President of and will live in the former Don- vation. 2896
the Women of the FFCC. Night Call Collect
vTI1T you real heating economy cosan na residence on sylvan Way. Mrs. H. L.. \ -
Morgan's condition
: bined with moderate cosL: '-Ifln"._,. P"1Itt- .. .-.- 'f AQ".''"'",''' -, -- Keystone Heights _
Class remains
members from Mr.eters' unchanged at St. Vincent's _
Of interest! to his many friends
] and Miss Mansfield'sooms Hospital in Jacksonville.
2-WAY MONEY n Keystone Heights and Starkes _
J: enjoyed a weiner roast at 1i11I
the departure of ,
Myron Pre-
1 Keystone Beach on Friday after ,_ & 7ws -
BACK GUARANTEE .iratt on Sunday for Jacksonville, : '
Big Allowance !idiool. RCA Victor Fielding lowest -
here he will
For Your Old Heater t GoaroittoJ to gfo* yo. ... induction Center.enter Myron the Is Army the Spending the day and enjoyng $100 CASH priced console with new

.;. __ ,w. _, comfort in tvory room of yoIUMM .. on of Mr. and Mrs. : luncheon with Miss Cleva -Mirror-Sharp" picture-262
.. .*. ..iIV pwtHH .t .1a oo UM fuel! ttwMi. .., Prevatt and Myron C. I Carson last Friday were Mrs. q. ii. of viewable area. "HighSharpendEasy" -
with ,ordinary "alar or YOU a recent graudate W. Boutelle Mrs. Ma-
O....4 Hicltr oqwipptd Margaret toning with"One-Touch" on-
forctrf elf f.. ..J MONEY IACX.sutsmmti :>f Bradford High School.
.toMotic mie Lynch, Mrs. D A. Shaw, 21T837 Seriss.
finishes.
In 3 ,
off control
( Sit heeL; 2. o-roat.*! to boat yovr toW Party For BrideElectMrs. Mrs. E. D. Turner and Mrs. A. ABSOLUTELY FREE '
5- o* 25% to 33Vi" Uu f lthaa Huntley Redfearn Mra : j
hto.ttc E. Harp, all of Gainesville.
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OIly ordinary Off Michael! S. Redfearn '
fOICft LIZ FAIl YOU MONEY BACK. and Mrs. Invited to share her 12th birth- TO LOCAL CUSTOMERS ONLY Z49.95

o Mate your' new. Montay Vickers were hostesseson day anniversary with Nancy Sutton -
Qutlur aa ontonatrt sdrfvo tBtfiant "HeatA.Fro* Saturday Sept. 28 for a spa-
last
Friday evening were AT
SERVICE
DODD'S SUNOCO
forwd a* 5-besides forced air circulating ghetti supper and swim party
a-tiar IJ'I'-Do warmth you get smooth flow of Mary Ann Schaeffer DeeDee
,'TWIll itle1f'' radiant heat warmth throughout honoring Miss Elizabeth Durellof Hardenbergh. Donna Seiber, Di- December 24th -- 2:00: P.M.

oa, sad off, the room. .... Jacksonville, bride-elect of anne Brokas, and Lee Townsend.Dr. Many Other Valuable Prizes See Us For 'Details
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C CI-" Burntr-gives extra heat at the Geneva Beach Apart-
Ol.THIRD IWIM rm a.. every drop of oil. Doesn't amoko Department of Religion at Stet
tha& erdIDAl1 hlsW blo- car at any stage of fire. ments and guests included 12 son University, is the interim LIFETIME MUFFLERS for all Cars
laD. V5m Jacksonville friends of the hon- -
AlUl*! CaadNdiM-l pastor, supplying ,the pulpit until '54 thru '
56 for V8 11.60
times faster warm-up than old-, oree. Miss Durrell is a cousin of is -

TI\\' bfolllttC fashioned Plus Handy slow Front heating Lighting cast Door iron.: Irs. :Michael S. Redfearn ,the i found a permanent for the vacancy replacement left by '49 thru '54, 6 cyl. Ford 9.10

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AatamaticaD1' ."P1.: .,..SMob high finger-tip control Evr- was presented to the, honoree. Davis. FAMOUS SUNOCO BATTERIESwith
pt- COTcI amount Clear flame door o Automatic Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Bach- Fully Equipped DependableAll
411 Ie ..... $.oii )(rs. McCrary Hostess
a'r It.r. 0 Safety oil valve j..Automatic l elder of Portland, Maine, were

EllauDlt"chara, draft regulators Mrs. Alex Brokas was guestof overnight guests of Col. and 18 mo. guarantee 11.95 up Makes and Models "'rSHEPHERDS *'

honor shower at
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Mrs. David A. Nelson, enrouteto
the home of Mrs. W. C. McCraryon
their home in Eustis.
Friday evening. Enjoying the new 600 16 KELLY SPRINGFIELD .95 .
Use Our Budget Plan Free Delivery Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark are x \ \ RADIO & TV

taste. guests of the Al Nelsons. TIRES with recappable tire *9f|

Mash strawberries and put Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Me-
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K1NGSIJS7: LAKE PENTECOSTAL HOLNESS'CIttLUCH LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST GRAHAM ...y.yy yyyyy.y..y..y Wilkinson; Junior Boys Eugene

I MISSIONARY BAPTIST (presently }meeting in City'Hallfi BAPTIST, CHURCH .Austin; ;Girls .((9-10K Ellett>ajty>

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. itorh- Sunday SehMi,.lfl a. m.'lIbrn'. Sunday-BfWe study, .10 a..di., i.. HIGHLANDBy man; Girls (11.12) Zettie Padgett;,
Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning Primary Iris Pendarvis; Beginners -
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Eva 1g worship, 11 a. in.
Worship 11. a. m., Training Bettie Starling and Avie
, > I Service 7:30: Wednesday Prayer Meeting Evening-Young' people's Bible
p.m. Prayer medial :
CHURCH NEWSY ,, : : Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wore MM. Lacy NormaaAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Austin; Nursery, Albert and Lacey *
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone Sistie services, 7:30 p.- m.* '- study, 7preaching7:30.
ship, 7:30 p. ni-- Rev. W. O. Norman; Young People, Diek
7:30 Wednesday-Bible 'study, 7:30: '
welcome.-ftev. ft. ti. Itott: p.--ra.
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Collins Sr., .
.' pastor.ILEILBROYN Starling;* Adult Women,Ona Har-
j .-Y "' pastor. P-'m. I Rey.: arid Mrs.. &: C. Harvey' dee and Nellie Bud Wilkinsof;
SEVEN1U DAY Radio ProgramStation '
vW *Bt iPresbyterian moved to Jacksonville last week, Adult Men, T. M. Knight; Musk,
CHURCH OF CHRIST ADVENTIST CHURCHService's %WRGR, 1.fondaY,6":3p: a. m. MISSIONARY,
At The Tabernacle? where he will be pastor of a Baptist Purvis Brown and Pansy Knight!
Church C. JJ::Ot rtbtt' Jt.j Atftiftfor each Satbatn' I .
-- '- the BAPTIST'CIIURC1l( Church. We miss them very Song Leaders, Dick Starling aid

The Sunday Services at the Sunday ,- Sunday School,- 10 home of S. N Brown across from NEW RIVERBAPTIST much from our community as hewas Winfred Wilkinson;' SUperintemp-
Friday-Adult choir [practice, a. m., morning' service, 11 a. m:. Bethel Church CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a. m.1\lom. ,
Gospel Tabernaclewere conduct* Baptist :east of our pastor here for several ent, W. C. Hardee; Clerk. Romeo
& p.nx ed by the Sponsor 'who.brought evening service,. 6::36-< p. m. Starke. Sabbath School 2::p. m.Bible Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wore rug Worship' 11 a. m. Evening years. Prescott; Treasurer, C. M. rlffis.

Sunday Church school, 9:45 messages' from the Old Testament ''WednesdayBibl6 study, 7:30 Study each Wednesday, ship Hour,11,.a. Evening Serv- Worship. 7:30 'p. m. Training- Mr. and Irs. A. A. Crews of Our pastor is Rev.. George Chism.

a.m.fth ; of}Morning Ute L ro'i worship, observe ''Bdoks of Jeremiah and thePMlms'T p. m. 7:30 p. m. Arden Mote,pastor. lje: 1 7 p: m. Prayer Meeting eat. Union (Sundays) 6:30 p.m. MidWeek the State Farm were Sunday afternoon Now if I have missed anyone"
e Supper, The Meeting, Wednes-
Prayer
Lord's Supper aad.Our Faith," it : +wo sets of twins were Radio Prograhi Station Wednesday, 730 ,.p. m. Everyonv '. guests of Miss Maggie am sorry. Come to church and

present, representing a wide WRGR, Sunday, 8:30: 9 'a,' m:, CHURCH OF GOD Bible.!' Crews.. .,' Sunday School.,.We, always welcome -
a.m.; Youth fellowship' .supper '
Snbject for thd" month, "The Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng Mr .
meeting 6 I Evening worship range In years and took part in HIGHLAND : and Mrs. Floyd Norman .you :
Service, ''The p.m.Kingdom of God," the .Bible School andmorning Worship,, 11 a. ,m, Sunday BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles )Don't forget that Oct. 13 !sour

7:30 p'.m.Tuesday. sen-ice.! The oi' Painting. MFastof'.Belshazzer CHURCH; UP JESUS CHRIST Evening Service 7:45 p. m,' YP.E Rev.. C. Bruce Stalling, pastor . t Mosely, all of Jacksonville, spent Laymen's,, Day here dt'the

-Circle 1, at home of ,"' was studied' extensively LATTES DAY sAJNors'Set'Vic Service, Wednesday,. 745' p.' id Sunday School, 10,a.',m.;.morning Sunday School 9:45 a. m. the weekend here with the L..M. church. W. C, Hardee will *p iJc'

1U11..W..J. Eppetson, 8 pjn.Cir the past. week by s.each Sunday in, old Prayer Meeting Friday,,7:45 p. nt. worship ,11 a.. m.; training Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Normans. et the morning service, and Wini,

cle 3, at home of Mrs. Louise Harden groups front Starke and nearby Masenic Hall on E. Call St. Sun LAWltT union 7 p. m.; evening worship 7:30 p- m.. Prayer Meeting each Last Sunday was promotion dayat fred Wilkinson will have charge Of

with Mrs. Karl Kirtsinger, communities as the International day School ,1<1 a. m. Sacrament Sunday School10 a. m. Morn 8 p. m. %Wednesday, '7:30'p... m. Rev* our Sunday School. New teach. the evening service.

c6-Hostess, fc pjn.fbursdayii. Sunday"School Lessons. have recently Service fcSO p. m.,Everyone wel : Ing Worthy li, a. m. YPB Serv Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, George Chism pastor Everybody ers will take their classes on Sunday 'Mrs. Zettie Padgett is spending

Junior choir practice been I on the Boob of Daniel come. ice Saturday, 7:30: ( p. m. 8p.m. welcome. ,. Oct. 6, as follows: Interme- a few weeks In 'Baldwin- ;rit.li.UO

3:20: p.m.; Circle 2, at honti the fifth chapters which was diates, Lois Chism and Winfred Edwin Knights.:

of Mrs. Charles Ward, 8 pan.* the inspiration for the pointing. ...
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SL.dward'. ChurchSunday for the week.Methodist. .. ... ; I

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:0&.n.: Sunday School for all ages, 9:45: I to Church tfas 1U "' (
.. Children's Catechism Cnas& each. a.m."MorningWorship". 11 a.m. ) W<
Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. Dirie-A-Mite for MYF, 6:15: p.m. -- .- -- .... .

Keystone Height Worship and business meeting for .- 1 .. : "r:':' .,:-ert
.(At St. William's Chapel) Intermediate and Senior :MYF4 I'r'

(?w'HlWaY 21 south to St groups, 6:45 p.m. Evening Service,

William's Sign.) 7:30.: ..

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Wednesday' Prayer Meeting and f'4!

Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. Bible Study, 7:30' p.m 1
Canfesiions before idl M&aaefl. Thursday Youth Choir rehearsal tiw

6:30: p.m.ChanCel Choir :
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Lutheran Services
.The church is celebrating
World-wide Communion Sunday as -4
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a member, of the Wdrld Council .
Regular services will be" held
of Chutches. Everyone is invited
at'7:30, Sunday evening, at our .
to.worship with us. l
new location, 122 E. Washington ,
.Listen to station WRGR from I
Street (near Walnut Street.) I
.11 a.m. till noon this Sunday. H ... .
The Rev. Myron G. Mader, pas-

tor of The First Lutheran Church *
of Ocala, will conduct the St, Mark Episcopal .,- J. '

services. ttev. Raynfoaii ... MacBlata-t r I I
All without home '
persons a St Mark's 1- TUP ifU/n DV
Services at Episcopal J GEM
church art invited to attend. ".-! AJUI lA.4. J f JMLl&V A I
thufch Mil u_ k-*- iJffolld'l.'s! a. L.n4 ,
THEFARMERS
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. "-- Church .. I 1-
First Christian Church ,. "Siarke's Jeweler!?
School and Adult Class; il a.m. < r Leading .
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Wednesday: 7:38 p.m. Litany
Sunday School, 10 a.m. and Meditation; 8 p.m.Choir A. ft. Johnson ,. w.; "

Morning worship 11 a.m. Practice. ,
Yduth Church 7 .
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11,.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. STARKE
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, : :
7:30: p.m. < '. Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,

Ladies Council, 1st and 3rd walU everyone.- CONWAY'S S SERVICE 'nx..< t

Tuefciay nights. ** ., BUILDERS SUPPLY_
CHRISTIAN CIHJRC1I
welcome FIRST .' : 1 P
Everybody to each At i \ <- f
service. I Comer Call &: Christian Streets :

J. E. Sherwood, Pastor c t Ksa t
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NORTH SIDE Sunday School-10 a. tn.Lord' _

BAPTIST i CHURCII ,' Supper-ili5 a. m.

Sunday t School: 10a: : m. MornIng Preaching services-:11:20 a. m. FLORIDA\ REALTY I
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Worship, 11 a. m. Training

Union, 6:30: p., m. Evening Worship Junior Choir ra.cUcep.. m OF STARKEWESTERN

'1:30'nl; Prayer Meeting Wednesday. HART FURNITURE 'I

Wednesday 7:30. p.' in/ Everyone'welcomed Ladies :
: !E. C. Harvey.-pastrtf.KVERGREfiBT third Tuisdiyk at STpVm: : t t1 9 ..
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Everybody invited to all ser r
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li a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : Rally Day will be observed Sun- '. : '; I'H s Hi. -s., '.
5 SMITTY'S
D. Preaching 7:Si p. m. Prayer day at the First_ Christian Church $ .4. J. F. Jaddon

Meeting Wednesday-7i30 p.'m..-JHIWAY with Sunday School at 9:45: morn HEY., THERE. STOP THOsE-M !
I irfg, worship at 11 and Lord's BARBER SHOP

CHAPEL Supper,,at 11:20.: Basket dinner on .
ASSEMBLY OF GODG. the church lawn will be held at Dennis Smith Often this cry or similar alarms are sounded these_days when a robbery has been committed.

M. Osborne, Pastor 12 noon and a community old- ,i...-are stUI lured into trying out the idea of making their life "the easy way," despite the'ract, GIB BRO ,'S' ,

Sunday School, 10 a. ra. :MornIng time. favorite hymn sing will be- that.down through the centuries the easy way lids been prayed, again and'again,.to be the hard nay.Again 1 ,r .''" i
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Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic gin at 2 p.m. Youth church will ; we still find men trying to break the laws of the universe, only to.find in the end'that they
Service, 7:45: at 7 Rev. J. E. Sher- SERVICE STATIONFRED'S
p. m. Thursday begin p.m. i .
have broken their lives against those unbreakable laws.
weekly prayer service., Invitation wodd. pastor. invites everyone to W. L, THIGPEN '0; t> '''-.1 t- f#

extended to everyone.i ttrad. The Church has never advocated the EASY WAY. It has endeavored to provide man with the .

cilURCH ILUh..roy BUILDER. wisdom that 'wiU give 'hint righteousness in the heart, beauty of tftah1cte sari kerehity of'mind. '
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH Endowed with these he has to his laws
r nothing fear for life. wUl then be In harmony ith the of
Rev 3. E. Sherwood Pastor Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30: Phone 297-J the-universe. church .'
There Is'some that can help you find these keys.to lifei If you are one who I

Bible School, 9:45: a: m. MornIng p. rti Bible Study Wednesday, ,. is not">Praitinh by this SERVICE, It'is well worth a trial. MARINE; CENTER
Worship, li a. m. Youth 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship f' .-' r1 .
Church, "6:30: p. m. All young 11 a. m. Evening Worship, f .
people invited. 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. Fred. GraudonBROWNLEE.
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-'f-.............$.............!...........!.. plete payment,,on the new hymn: Complaint will be taken as confessM grantees, creditors or other persons COMPANY alDE'fendJ.nts' !.of way of State Road 230 and the!! and forty (40) second Hint a1))*.
books,ordered by the choir..Sis trf.. OIL cUlmtng: : any interest in the hereinafter Southerly boundary of aforesaid iaiK-e of Two hufid: ?.* .I*!f'l't 16)!
NEws OF INTEREST; :TQ CQI-QBEO .. jraWtshe*.'.C. described: property by. AWRIDKU' SOTitE; :: OF slIT ;Southwest Quarter (SW U of, feet tea' ronrrete nxtnumcnt; run
ter.- Carters .fireil&nfc-IJeawn i .Iftk.ll.tt ..through under orjagajnsueach suth IXJEHB AMfJ.jQF; TUB :STATE: i:Southeast Quarter (gEH):- r*n thence North eigUy nine (89) degrees
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY J.. C. Carhvell reporter. weeks in the Bradford Co't1 Telerraph deceased, and to all persons .having OF FLORIDA 'thence N orfl eighty-nine (89) degrees te nty-fBur (!4y rainntes
or claiming any right. title or TO: Florida Railroad Company, fourteen (14) minutes WEt twenty t (JO) seconds West a distance
t Dated, this 17th day of September. -I Interest in or to the following lands now known as Atlantic Gulf and along last aforesaid Southerly of Three hundred forty-six

r Ozora J. Shell SINGING CONVENTION 1957.OFFICIAL. I situate in Bradford County, Flori- West India Transit Company A boundary a distance of six hundred fls feet to point ot beginning.
By "*, ."* ( SEAL) da1 towit:1Commence '- Florida corporation and Florida seventy-six and ninety-six hllil- parcel Ci-A parcel ot -and -tIlClit
The Bradford i < Charles A. Darby at an iron stake set Railroad Company of/ the State of dredths (676.96) feet to point of be- ( the Southwest Quarter, S'PH
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J && ...&... .& Clerk of the Crrcnlt :::burt at the intersection of the Florida a :dissolved Florida "corporation ginning. of Southeast Quarter (SEU) of
----- -- Convention will: meet at thetMaxTilleBaptist By Dorothy W.. EUand, !3 Southerly boundary of NW% of and .all parties claiming ._.Parctl B A parcel of land lying Section twenty-seven J7),. Town

I Fair. Committee will hold regular communion'ser! Chuflch ,_Sundaytheprogram Deputy, Clerk. ?,.-* \ SE of,.sec.:.%t. Twp. S.. R.: 22 Interests by. through under or in the Southwest Quarter (SW ship six (6) South. Range twenty
At the recent called meeting vice on with 'IO.ft 10/11 P;., and the'Easterly: : boundary against said railroad companies; !i) of Southeast Quarter (SE%) of twff Z2X East Brijfotd *,ttunty.
! Sunday starting will1 include a B m10n, : of the right of wat of $tate James. T. Soutter, John McRae, Section twenty-seven (27). Township Florida containing two and forty-
, of the Bradford Cdunty Teachers Sunday. school at 9:45: a.'m.. dinner! and gospel'tinging.' Everyone nOTICE -t PPEAR. '! Road :2BOfor! POINT.OF BEGIN- Mamie Johnson Austin Clifford Six, (U South. Range Twenty five huneredths (.41) acres and
IB Clrealt Co art. Bedford Coeaty.Floridat JSING *Bd thence in "W. two (12) East Bradford being more particuUrly described
j I Association ,the following .persons Supt. Irene Thomas in charge.At is InviteuVi 1'. M run a Johnson. Bryant ITodges County
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4: j. Northerly direction .along told Wi A. Crosby James Bostwick. R. containing thirty and nine- a*,follow*: -
were asked to serve as a 11 a. m. love feast win ,be : '. >> \ : Josephine Ferrt'jolo-n Plaintiff vs. Easterly boundary a distanc* of Shaddock, J. A. Jsmieson and i ty-four hqndredths (30.94) acres Commence at the Northeast cor.
f committee for the 'FaIr in Brad- held. We are happy to''ailhbu ce' r wltrz..&6 hw.fet r Frank ,Ferraio19f9Thn44fr.fj1tSotlee : -5-. 6Ii.Jeet'.t4..J.n. iron 'Uke; run( Caddia .Uamieson his. wife If alive. .I and being more particularly. described ner of said Southwest Quarter
thence In an Easterly direction and if any of the above named as follows: (Sm'tJ)' of ,Southeast Quarter
ford County that -starts .on October that the paster is improving brook purse-size fountain pens in To ,Appear .- at right angles to aforesaid persons be dead then to his (or her) Commence At the Northwest corner ( E'and. run "thence South' ft

28: C. 6. Anderson. L. t.I nleel at the home of his brotherin pastel shades. Only $In at Bradford To: Frank Ferraiolo. whose residence Easterly boundary a distance of unknown spouse heirs devisees of said Southwest Quarter degree eighteen (18)) minufes
r B Lennon it. County Telegraph.OTICETO and address is: Brooklyn 869.45 feet to an iron stake on grantees. creditors and all other (SWli) 'ot Southeast Quarter ,(SEJ thirty (*0)- seconds East alonk the
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I I Royal J. and Greenville.4 they can be reach- State Hospital. Brooklyn New the Westerly boundary of the persons claiming any Interest in the 14) and run thence South Zero (0) Easterly boundary-thereof"- a ,-d1s

2 Shell. They will: meet with Commander by writing Route 2, Box 40. York. right of way of the Seaboard Air property hereinafter described by. degrees fifteen (15) minutes and tance: of ,fortr-one and fifteen
APPEAR You are hereby notified that. a Line Railroad; run thence in a through, under or against each such forty ((40) seconds East along the huhdredths (41.13) feet to"a 'cCncretenbnUm -
Gtiy ,.Andrews Mr. Hug- Greenville Fla. This is the last I. CIrcUIt Ccart. Bradford Coaatr.Klorldas suit for Divorce. Care Custodyand Southerly direction along said I deceased; Florida Land and Immigration !- Westerly boundary ,thereof a distance nt on .IneS Southerly
gina and Miss;Dorothy Ross.5forcompifte Sunday before Conference and I. Caaarery. control of minor child Westerly, boundary a distanceof Company of Florida and of Two hundred forty-four boundary of the rigbt-of-way . the Myrtle Lee Deal.: Plaintiff, vs., has been filed against you in the .371.58 feet to an iron stakeon Florida Land and Immigration Company I and seventy-five hundredths (244.- Dessent Road for point 6f begin
instructions on. we are asking all members who liam Edgar Pea!. WiI-j' above named,($ rt and cause and aforesaid Southerly boundary a body corporate f dissolved '75) feet to a concrete monument ning. .- ,- .. *
school: participation this year. have not paid their yearly bud- V ..' Case No. 12-363 I. you are rettttireg to serve a copy of NWU: of SEU; run thence in Florida corporation and all parties I[for point of beginning: de.
of
%.tlC' .To A"Ur of your pleading to the a Westerly direction along said'Southerlfi .claiming interests bythrough, ,- Under From point of beginning thus described From point beginning thus
The infecting will be held in the get to do so this Sunday. The b ader/r geribed. sontinUetW5th -Zea r .To: Wljllam dgar 'Deal wh n: Plaintiffs Attorney boundary a distance pr against said corporation ,continue South Zero (0) '
Legion building on''the fair conference will open onTuesday, residence and address' is: Unknown.; William DJMorgan, 507 Clark t f ejLto,point f begin-. 1 (sjr; Charlie Dell whose residenceIs degrees fifteen (15) minutes and degrees eighteen, secondsEast(Iff) minutes' atonff
grounds. Oct. 8, at Allen You are' her by notified thit; ifcUlt Building Jacksonville 2, Florida :. ning -. > "-. 299, West ISJrd Street, Apart- forty (40)' seconds'East along said thirty (30) < .
Chapel A.-M.-E. tor' Dhjre. Care ant _Cus..tody .-. and file the original in tlft offfce and to'Ray nund H. Rollins f as ttifcnt,14, New'York' New York; L6- Westerly boundary a distance of aforesaid Easterly .bowrtdary-a Distance
District Constitution>> Como ttee Church High Springs. with of minor child of the dlerk; oT'the Circuit. Cfiurt Administrator of the e5t..te of An- 'roy Dell and Rosetta' Cell his wife Seven Hundred eighty-nine and 1 of One Hundred nundredths sixtyeightand (1 J.\ 5)
Bishop Greene has been filed against you In the on or before the' drew M. Rollins deceased; whose: residence is Hallendale For- thirteen hundredths (789.13) feet eighty-five
The final meeting of the Constitution in charge. We ire above named Court and cause and 14th day of October. 1957; .GREETINGS: You are hereby ida; Eddie Parnell and Lol- to. a concrete monument OIK the feet Jto a. cUtcrete.mtlnumPllt.ttJlItkt'nce
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Committee of :DistrictV hoping that we will make 100 you are required to serve. a copyot otherwise the allegations of said notified that a suit in equity has lie Parnell his wife whose Northerly boundary of the .:(ort", eighty-nine Si "minutes SHe* and degrees -
per cent report for your answer or pleading! the Complaint will be taken as confessed 'been brought against you and each residence in 165 West ISOth Street right-of-way of State Road 230; fifty-tour' aeceu'tt'ett( ) : distance
of Florida. our a
the M -
pastor.On (
:state: Teachers complaint on the Plaintiffs by you. :of you and also against Bradford New York. New York; Mabel Par- run thence in an Easterly direction twenty
Association 'met at;. the home of Sunday Oct 13, the Trusteesof Attorney Daniel A. Japour. 3W This notice shall be publishedonce County. a political subdivision of nell Pryant and Thomas Bryant along hid Northerly boundary and ef six: hundred North thirty zer*(""(0)0)
the church will Guaranty Life Bldg.. Jacksonville each week for fout cqhsecu- the State of Florida. Ben Suslow, her husband whose. residence is along the arc of a curve said feet; run' thence .
chairman Ozora Shell, on Mon- present the 2. Florida. -. tive week in the Bradfbrd. County A. J. Thomas. Jr., Leon .Rosenberk. Hood-rVillage, Apartment 51.t. rort curve baring a radius of Eleven degree, tightttn US) hiHiutM'' ,loci
day night. Principal Herbert Sensational Humming Birds of and file the original In the office Telegraph. : I Sam Rosenberg City of Stark Ja Hood. Texas; Howard Jphnson and Thousand three hundred fiftyrnlne- thirty (31) second West sixtynineand 8. distance -
of the .Datedthli I llth 'o! SeplemA Florida Del- Katie hiwife, hose residence and two tenths 11359.2;; and of One hundred
Jacksonville. The will Clerk of the Cfcuit Ctfort on day -: municipal corporation, Johnson, feet
program >t-W
Coleman fe
president of the district or before \b&. 14th 'da; of JDelober, :L95 la Rosenberg -.ahd Douglas P. Hardy js ISlO.AsquUh Street Balti- being ,concave to the North a chord four tenths (llM)' a
gave approval of :all the begin at 7:30.: All members and 1957; otherwise the aliegiUonS of 'WFV1CIAISBAL) .1 jf a as defendants Iri the .aUIJ\-e entitled mar, Martland; .Edna Bostwick distance of Six hundred seventh- concrete monument -n aforesaid
friends are invited to come out wild Complain will b, taken1as. : ales A, Darby ; Court dad tause by Albert .Smith and R4 Smtth,..her husband six and forty-fiVe hundredths (676.- Southerly boundary;' v run de-r thence
documentary material and is expecting confessed by you. ': : ,:'; r;Clerk' t f' the Circuit Court. Hartmann as curafor of tic person wliose,residence is363 ..KennelworthSjreet. 45);; feet to an Iron stake. said chord S uth E'gnty-nlne! (89) es
an abbreviated report and hear these great sInger. _. This! notice ..xhall te published By DdrotnyJW EiIazd.i v: and property qf. Elizabeth' tetfeeh\ .. Detroit :. Michigan; and to having a bearing of South Eightyone twenty-four (14) minut $:\'and
for the District which Louise Broxton. reporter once each week for: four consecu- I : :f Deputy ClerkV. j % *Jf an incompetent, is plaintiff that the unknown spouse. heirs, devisees, (i it) degrees. thirty (30) min I Twenty (!&) second East distance alone
meeting New Bethel tive weeks ifc- tile Bradford 'GsuJrty .7 ....:..' **J '/13 It 10/4 the relilifrliought in sajd suit lao grantees, creditors SadL all other utes and thirty four '(34) seconds said Southerly boundary a
will convene at Lincoln High Baptist Church Telegraph. removeIouds from and quiet and persons claiming any interest in the East; run thence North six (6) degrees of Six hundred thirty (6J9)feef. to

School, Gainesville on Rev. A. Vinson pastor will hold Dated this 5th day of September. NOTICE TO APPEAR confirm.plaintiff's title to the above property hereinafter des uribed by. twelve (12) minutes and point of beginning., fc 5 ':
Monday 19. 7. IB ClreBlt described lands al'an indefeasible through. under or against Jesse fifty (50) seconds East a distanceof GREETINGS;, ;Yea are hereby
Oct. ,4. The Bra-Ch -Philhar- regular communion services on (OFFICIAL SEAL) Ploridai IB Court Caaarery.Bradford Cevaty, fee simple title thereto against the Johnson: deceased. Clifford Johnson Two hundred seven and forty- notified that a suit In ,equlfyasbeen

monic Chorus will sing ,on the Sunday. Sunday School will be- Charles. A. Darby. Warren A. Blackwell. Plaintiff vs. claims of., you and each of you; and also known as Cliff Johnson three hundredths (207.43) feet to brougainst 111u'tml fica
gin at 9:30* Clerk of the Circuit Court Ann M. you are summoned, ordered and required deceased.' Milliard Johnson. deceased. an iron stake: run thence South of..you as defendants In Jhfe afcpvo.
program. The group Is being : a. m. with Supt. S. By Dorothy W. Eilati8r I Blackwell. ,C'.e.'o.2.iOiJ Defendant. to 'file ,eur written answer Jesse Johnson. Jr.. also known eighty-three (83) degrees forty- entitled .Court and cause .by L. G.
trained by Mrs. FJorentine Williams Hankerson in charge. Covenant Deputy Clerk. !I < '1It'4 T. Appear-- :r.i k-: \ Pr defepseii;td the-ompJaint in said as -Jesse Johnson deceased I. S. seven (47) minutes and ten (19J Powell'also known as LutherG.Powell. .
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meeting will be held si?:* 4t:18/4 To Ana }.J. Bladwelt whoselidlnce } auM .imt.t effieoZrjthe under- Johnson also known as Israel seconds East a distance of One Hun Individuality i,Joined
the
music specialist for the during Ign d'l:1f'J'k' ;Said Court att18Jk Johnson deceased Janie Johnson dred five (105) feet to an iron stake; with John H. Powell as ,Ez eutors
addr idr.720l.Barre
county. She is well'qualified, morning worship hour and communion OTirE TO APPEifti tf andilt&Road. Beths&daMMry1nd."a :lVJda/.onii
at 7 p. m. Prayer I. CircUIt Court Bradford .Coaaty, Tou are hereby notified that a day .October. A.D. 1957. and Janie Johnson Parn ll. deceased .twelve (I%) minutes and fifty (30) C. Po.1 d l"as.1 plaintiffs:
having received her masters! service Florida I. (...rnT. suit for Divorce to seryea copy thereof on Hollis V. James Johnson and Louisa Johnson seconds West a distance of Two lha th sought sai< Cult %
from University of Nebraska.The on each Tuesday night. On Jessie Lucille Hodge. Plaintiff. vs. hu been filed against you In the I Knight. plaintiff's attorney who his wife, both deceased and Hat- hundred seven and forty-three hun- remove 'clouds'from ana t.
members Thursday night at 7:30 Choir Bennie Hodge Defendant. above named Court and cause and address Is Stake' Florida on or tie Johnson Dickens, deceased; and dredths (207.43) feet to an iron quiet and confinflphtintiff .
of the singing No. Case Xo. 12-376 ,_..u are required to serve a copy of .. befote said date as required by the to any and all unknown persons stake on aforesaid Northerly boundary ) ;' to th* Above..d 4criHed lenels is, an
group are: F. S. Pier e. A. B. II will have their first revival !\otlre To Appear I your answer or pleading to the complaint Laws of Florida and the 1954 Florida having or claiming any right title ; run thence in an Easterly inddUlbla fee" sioip4e. tl.there
Anderson M.V. rehearsal. All old and new I To:' Bennie Hodge whose resi I on the pfelntiffs Attorney Rules of Civil Procedure. If lien or interest by, through underor direction along said Northerly caln'f u' tnd
Turner. W. dence and address is: Unknown William D. Morgna..S07 Clark you fail to so do. a decree pro con- against any of said named defendant boundary and along the arc of, .a each of you; *;11.y .snniBwn
Cr irltty.! C. Johnson\ ; R. tl nItd. members are asked te attend. Tori afe!! f\\ teby' notified that a Building. Jacksonville 2. Fla. fesso will be entered againstyou in or to tile following curve said curve having a radius ed. .rd rM and, required te file
V. J. Holmes. Z. Mrs. Effie Dunbar Palmore suit for Care Custody and'fiU tAd rltifcal W ails office'ol for the relief demanded in the complaint land situate and lying in Brad of Eleven Thousand three hundred your written tei les to
P. Jennngs.: M. talented and DljOrce.minor children the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 ford County Florida, to-wit: ,, fifty-nine and two tenths (11,359.2) the complaint In -nahl ohM >-in the
J. Lee. E. W. Thompkins and pianist of Gainesvilleand has been you in the before the on or It is hereby Ordered that this Parcel 1A.- A". parcel of, land lying feet and being concave to the North Office,.of. the Unergn4-C19sk. ot

O. )t. Shell. They are practicing teacher: at Waldd scnobl, will above named Court and cause and 2 8 day of Ootpber; 1957 i Order and notice shall be published in thVSouthwest (Juirfer {SW a chord distance of Six i Hundred said Court at'. St4e, .Ffarl I.'. on
have* charge of the oir. you are required to serve- copy.ol 6&lfiz.the'-aI1tatloa! $ of- Hid O&4 &jeekfr four consecutive %) of Southeast Quarter (SE%) fifty-two and seventy-thfee hiiadredths or before Tthe 14th >fOcteier.
hard so that they may: perfect c She your answer ,r pleading to the Complaint will be taken a* confessed weeks in the BtadforJl.Countt./ .Telegraph of Section twe tY-Aev$lu1)i) Town 1652.73) feet to at. concretemonument I.1957. lad tG serve a, copy: thereolen. f
several numbers for this will be remembered as Dunbar complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney by yon. ',- a newspaper, published ship*Six 16) S Utlt. Rang. tw fltyf on- the Hasterly boundary A. .4. Thomas ,Jr. plaintiff's at''
appear- when she blayfed 1 fc*. Choir Nd. T..Frank Landrum P. O. Box .'lhl'.lIotice aba!! to published Bradford County Florida. and hayIng two (22) East. Bradford County of aforesaid Southwest Quarter torney whose address 'is 203201Temple
ance. Witch thlA ,paper for the JiJ'. ,tarke..t Florida. once each week for four consecutive, general. //circulation in"said Blorida containing sixty-four hun> (SW,.) of Southeast.. Quarter Avenue Statke tlotida4'oorbeferaeald
datl and time of their 1 of Bethel several years ago. and file the original Jtf tne, office 9>UI,if$) Ilk BHtfor C6ilnlt.Tfl i Cdnny ..' dredths (.Ct) Acre. and being more (SE%); run thence. orth Zero (n date, as reulredlbt
appear- All officers and members of the Clerk of .the Circuit. Court gra1h. ,. "WITNESS my1 hand as Clerk of particularly described as follows: degrees. eighteen (18) minutes and the Laws of Florida Id
ancfc
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in Starke.Editratioiiat are OR or before the Dated tbif25. 4SrofSept..lSSt: said Circuit Court of Bradford Commence at the Southwest cor- thirty (30) seeonds West along said t>f Civi Pto ethire. If fail s,
foul.* urged to -att nd the tt church ltth .diy of October, 1957; ( mdiLabAltf. (:brl.. At Darby County Florida and'. thS iflfcaj .tJ! ner-of aforesaid Southwest Quarter Easterly boundary a distance of to k decree .pro cenfeseo ;wil|
conference for this on Friday otherwise '(he' allegations of said Clerk of the Crr-utt Court said Court at Starke Bradford (SW%) of Southeast Quarter (SE' Nine hundred eighty-one and eighty be entered against you' for.the re**
Tfce high school students of year Comnlaint will be taken, as con- By Uarlan L. Crosby Deputy Clerk County. Florida.' on the 20th dajt Vi) and run thence North degrees, two hundredths (981.82) feet .to. a lief demanded in the complaint
RJE made a tbur Oct. '4. All boards and auxi- fessed by yc4. 9/27 4t 11/18 of September 4.D. 1437. fifteen ((15) minihes and forty; (40) concrete monument run. thence It JS iiezxby ordired tl. thii
recently of liaries of the'I.churcl are diKM This notice phall! be'. published CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) seconds West a distance of- eighty- North eighty-nine (*9) degrees fif order .and' notice shall' publ.h*
sonfe off1 ne"arby modern I IIICh. once- 'each week for tours.egftkecat NO'rI&b: APPE1et f CRARLE A. DARPY. two and sixty eight hundredths. ty-four (51) minutes and twen- ed once a week for four *
OIs. Most of the students to make a complete report at tlve weeks in.the Ifladford County Florida t IB Ckaijeery.I '-"- ''Ctetk! of 'Circuit 'Court of (82.68) feet to a concrete monu* ty(20)( seconds West, 639 ; live weeks 4h th Bradford Cwraty

I this meeting. Lets rise, up and Telegraph.. '. CircuIt Onrtr,Bradford" Coaary. ,. Bradford County.. Florida. mefft on the Southerly boundary of feet to a concrete- monument:, ,Telegraph, a" newspaper .publisked
were amazed at the beautiful ,full Dated. this. 10th day of September.. Grover C. TAr iL Plaintiff, vs. Hollis V. Knight, Attorney for the right-of-way of State Road 230; run thence North Zero (I) in Bradford Coitnty, Flohda, "tahaving
plant at Lincoln High School. assume our duty as Cnrist 1967. f Esther. .L. Harris. Defendant Plaintiff. T, ;. : run thence in art Easterly direction, degrees, eighteen (18) minutes a general 'circulation
Gainesville.: ians. Joan Jenkins'reporter.. (OFFICIAL SBAL) Case No." 12-402 0: J_ /27 4t 10/1 and along theare of a.curve-said! and thirty (30) Seconds West a distance said County.
ML Charles A. Dirby.CHrfr Notice T* AppearTo curve having a radius .of eleven of One Hundred sixtynineand Witness my kand M Clrk of aali
Adult Education -. Pisgah A. 1LEL Church Of v the Circuit Court. : Esther L. Hacris whose ret! '::tm TIle ClrrBlt.Cowrt Of Florida, tho.usand five hundred fiftynineand four tenths (169.4) feet to a Circuit Court of Bradford County,
Rev. E. L. Walker pastor will By Dorothy W. Eiland, dence4d ,es4J. :.. nknown.Tou Elgktk Judicial Circuit In and two tenths (11,539.2) feeU and concrete monument on the Southerly Florida, and the sell -of said Court
All persons 16 years or older hold regular services Deputy Clerk. are hereby notified that a For Bradford Coanty la Chancery being concave to the North a boundary of the right-of-way of at'Starke,Bradford Cddnty.-Florlda
startingwith L..G POWELL also known as chord distance of six' hundred Bessent Road run thence North tttis da Septemalr.
are invited to I/IS 4t 10/1 suit for 'divorce has been filed ; or. *. .04 AD
Join these classes.A Sunday School at 9:30: a. against you in the above named LUTHER G., POWELL, Individually eighty-three and forty-six hundredths Eighty-nine (89) degrees twenty- 1217. Jtl .-ui. ,.
new class may be formed at m. Supt. Annie Wright in IB Cirralt Ceart. Bradford Coaaty. Court and, cause and you are re. and. joined with John H. (683.46) feet to a concrete mon- four (24) minutes and Twenty! (24) (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) i
charge. Florida Executors and ument, said chord having bearingof seconds West said Southerly! Charles
time according to i IB Caaarery.Clyde quired to serve a copy of your answer POWELL as a along A. Darby*
any a bulletin Love Feast will be conducted by D. Nevel Jr., Plaintiff vs. or pleading to the complainton Trustees of the Estate of Luther South eighty-two (82)) degrees boundary a distance of Four hun Clerk of Circuit court of'Brad
from Mr. L. H. Gibson director. Rev. Walker and the assistant Evelyn S. Nevel, Defendant. the Plaintiff's Attorney C.. Powell. deceased. seventeen (17) minutes East last dred forty-six and seventy-five huo- ford Conatvj Florida,
The required minimum Case No. .12-392 Tanzler & 'Maddor. 109 Law Et- ..- Plaintiffs aforesaid concrete monument being dredths (446.75) feet to a concrete A. J. Thomas, Jr.. 26S-20S feffibM
average pastor Rev. S. Redic. The fare- Order of Pabllratlen aad Notice ToAppeari change Building.. Jacksonville 2, ., vs.. on the intersection of aforesaid monument; run thence South <2ro Avenue .St rle., Fibrtda
attendance is 15 members at well communion sermon will be State of Florida Tot Florida SEABOARDAIR LINE RAILROAD Southerly boundary of the right- (0) degrees, fifteen (15) minutes for j'laInIJff. iii AttrneF I

each meeting. On last Monday a I Evelyn S. Nevel. whose residenceand and file the original in the office- ';'.. '
spefclalcall preached by the pastor duringthe address IB: Rt. 11. Cox J12-B. Of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton .- ; < :
extended ;
was to per- evening ,worship hour: 'Sef- Rlt.'tlmend.lrA'lnia.. or before the 28 day- of"jet, ------i------ "- -'-- -5-- -- '- ; ._
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sons interested In sewing, cook- vice will begin at 7 m..The. You are required to appear on12ht 1957; otherwise the allegations of u; .,
p. -Octoberr 1957; in the above
saId Complaint will be taken ascoitfeised
Ing and typing. We1,, are again Northeast Florida Conference named Court, _and cause, whereiA br yfttir -a- ; ARE YOU
inviting all persona. to meet on plaintiff ,seeks divorce. Rights of This notice shall be published
vdl\\ convene Oct. 8-13 ,
at. High 'Visitation Minor Children. once each week for four consecutiveweelcl : -
Monday. Oct. 7 for the"orjani!-
Springs. Rev. H. L Smith host : Bradford County TeR>gtaptt snail la the Bfldfdrfl Count Teli'kabil
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zation of these classes. We are pastor. We publish ? this Order i* next, four L ., t '. -.5 :
are happy to welcome -
happy to have added twO other weekly issues. Dated this 25 day of.Sept.. 1957.
Brothe'r and Sister Jessie Witness my han3 an9 off.clat, (OFFICIAL BEAU --- j.

persons to the music class McCaslin home after an extended seal at i Starke, Florida this 18th Charles A. Darby, SAVING
which gives r a, total Of fefe enroll! in Fisher 'Island :September 1957. : : Clerk .f, the Circuit Court _!
stay -N. Y. (OFFICIAL SEAL) By ifraMart L.Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ed. We would ,like to develop a Charles A.. Darby "
Sister R. L. Walker reporter. ,9/27, 4t ,t1nTIcL /. : I
community 'chorus of SO voices As Clerk l of said Court. .
Greater Antioch baptist By: Dorothy. Eiland. .-., Afr EAil I
that would be available for .
services Deputy Clerk. Ce.. '
In Cirralt Ceart, Bradford ty. Famous'I
In. the different meetingsof Church Rev. George Lee pastor, Chas. R.-: Hess. 204 Guaranty Life rmtlat* Cbfrvt.. ;. -. ;
Bldg., Jacksonville 2. Florida. tfene Burnell HTfrlng1, Plaintiff Nationaly
will hold
church :
that regular
auxiliaries all .
I are services
day Attya. for Plf. p/ti 4t 10/11 Tff.; George Wastiingtoa. Herring 'r \ : 1 e
held 'frequently. This is not an Sunday starting with Sunday Defendant. -

effort to replace regular choirs School at '10:30:: a. m. Supt. :NOTICE TO APPEAR. ,- Case No. J2-40L
To Anna M. Rose Defendant .atIt.o 'to Aplafrs .. .. .1-- ..J, \
but tq be a 'Lucky Strike Ex Arata, Williams in charge. During whose address Is :206! Eblen Street. To: George Washington Herring .

tra" for .the.musical fart on the the morning worship music Rockwood, Tennessee. You are whose residence and address is: : : i
hereby notified that a suit 'fer dIvorce Udkndfrn. i '
program. Join this group today. will be furnished by the choir. has been filed against ran, in 1 You -are, .g kerey-ntifed' I--that. 4 o':4 I /

Church NewsCreater.Allen Hats off to the officers of the the Circuit Court in Chancery in suit for Divorce : .
EtadfordfCounty, TloTiflt. 'Wnerttn "
has been rit8 IgilnSt! you in the
Chapel A. M. E. church wh0 haver"agreed: to com- Paul G.iRose is Plaintiff and AnnaM. abcve named Court and cause and _. I

.' RoseMs, Defendant, and you are renvare required to-sere a copy of r t
required to serve a copy of your yaur anaweVor!! plfaains t* the

er pleading to said Complaint Complaint on the Plaintiffs. '
o. the Complainant's AttoY.:* Attern J.. '.Pearl 106
e y\Margin: ,
CLEARING OUT'Li. ney. S. L. Scruggs. P. O. Box 19T, -Smttn BulWing, JatkTORTllle:'2,
GainesvUJe, Florida and file the Klorida : \ GREEN STAMPS ?
original \ 1057 MERCURYS fice of the Clerk of the CirCuit! the Clerk. of the Circuit Court'on _
Court at(Starke, Florida oa or before w before .tB8l'da-..f ,October, b- r .
the 21st day of October. 1957; 1957; otherwise the allegations of "
otherwise!! the allegations of said laid Compaint .will be taken as
Complaint will be taken as confessed jenfesdedLbf >6A8 :U
br you. This notice shall. be publishedonce Vbu Can Fill BeforeByTrading Cbitinsr \
irnCALL This 11th day of September 1957. each week for four consecutive C Many Book J .
1'jt (OFFICIAL SEAL) weetS h-the- Bradford Ceuaty-: Tel- With ProgressiveMtt
Charl* A. Darby -
egraph. :*-.a .'.> Tht Folowlg. .
Clerk -of Circuit Court BradfordCounty Dated this 21 day. of Sept., 1957. m/ j .u.'
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Florida. -
By Dorothy* W. Eiland. 1557. t S c t :
(OFFICIAL SEAL)
H Deputy! Clerk. \ :. -
Ckarlea'A. 9r y -
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JttOi. d' .L .
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{ 9/20 it 10/11 -.'Clrk 61 the CVrealt CourtBy
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afarlan L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.

itATICE TO &prCU -____ >/%_7.it. ; 1118CALI .

Helen I* Cfrefcjt Jfj* Miles IB Coart.CaaaceiT.Plaintiff Irf.rt..,.*.,.,vs.',tIItPl.rUi .JohnGrotheriMiles The Board.- *of WK County-.BIDS Commissioners -. 'W Super Stark Builders Supples t

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Fh rt- @
| ,Def ndant. of Braflfofa Ctwnty .rket
'i Case No. 12-390. da will receive sealed,bids at 10:00: -Dfe I .4J H S -
Nolle T. AppearTo 'o'clock. "H thE, Mernin&' of October -
: Jehn Grolher Miles whose 7, 19STId the cburtrortm. In the Madison St. 219 E. Washington St
residence; and address is; 10 State courthouse for the following: ; 1I,_ r 4 ..'.4.. f, k *.
Street. Bq&ton. Mass. .' .1';T )lo4et -
You .re hereby notified thit m .--Z-'rOI\. : CL. .D uniV" Track '
suit for Divorce Care, Custody 'with' ndt' 'less' than '16.' HPS ., -

and control of Hmw- (:h W, Speed ..Transmission, 2' Speed & Chasteen I Service
66
baa bled thee against yea in thtbov Axle. 7 :T 12 Flat Bed humP i Browjilee-
Aimed Court ad cause and Body with Heavy Duty Hoist S0tS
., yon are.requlred to serve a copy of : tftft,SJI J Kit.Pty Tires. i -, i. tr
: I your answer or pleading to the complaint .r '
.* the Plaintiff Attorney 1138 Model .FEED.- SEED FERTILIZER 301
Only a ,few days left ItS I William D. Morgan. rUT- Clark J-2-TeD S.fiyl. .JtomF Trucks 7 tZ1;, .. lorf
; Js' t .11' H.., )1 '
S Building Jacksonville .2.i jFl., i '.1.awlttLat: \ < 31 Brownlee St.f -
,.. .. \4' 1 and fllertfea original la the office of C Speed Transmission. 2 edd 1"E. .
the Clerk of the Crrevtt Coart-n *r A. .v, t m..41 ,FUt .P 4' Dump -
Buy from stock 'Save"hundreds before tie 21st day of Oct.. 1957; Body with Heavy Duty Hoist *
otherwIM the allegations of laid :and 8:25: -%;2ft. ip Ply Tires. : .5 1- TWY's
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.. .. Complain will be taken ued eontsu- fte Baafi *lll,6ff>r tr trade In 66Sre'
*- by yet.-' 1-1952 Chevrolet 2-Ton Truck and LedasDressShau .
.
Get Into the big-car class at a sman ur pn e.l) This letice man to punflebed 1-1948 Ford 1% Ton. Truck. These "
,.. 4 ence eatk week for four epalsesa true* ttay k* iweir;any Saturday ; 411 S.
'i .-'I \ tive weeks la the BradfordiCeuty ;ifttrnoea at the C.uitfrarL< I, .sj ..
Save hundreds of dollars on brand-new models.a Teleera,.. I The intent of the Board in thisCU '
East Call .
S Dated this 17th flay BfSBptBinllFP. rer IIllIl'II'td Mr TWW tn.fA 132 S1" 1 "
1957. I Ton Dump Trucks whether they be w .
Design win, in fir.1 (OFFICUI. SEAL) Charles A. .arty I 1957-er 1958 models depends entirely -
Dream-Car stay style
Big H iH Cleric of the Circuit Coart on' the'bi*, tkerefM-e we would Jerome Joi1IiOiLCp:
By Dorothy W. Eiland [ appreciate each bidder bidding on '
Deputy Clerk. both the 1957 and 1958 model. MitcheO's *
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must to make toom for 58 '
57 ( DrugStore
S Every car go Mercury. '. !a.b.t11! I ,'the BWd reserves :fhejtgfif.torej C .
I' et any*and all bidet ,; ...
I Lw KEROSENE: HOME n
tiugg terms. in t l&Jiyl lOFEICiAL SEALk #?te. JEI1
S allowances_easy Hurry NOTICE!: TJ APPEAJIU Charles X Darby 'M i1f. ,
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4 Ctretit Cevrt Bradler Ceuty.PlerUAt 10/27 Jt 101Bradford 138 East Call St .
IB CBBBCCIT '*
'. Mamie :Lee Schlock Plaintiff vs. 1.-'. tlib1t Iiut1 it '; : .. : '
I Herman:Schlock, Defendant i. uaty Florida i IB Ckaaceir :
Case No. 12311Netleo ALBtR ,mIltkA."f 4s ;Xnrator : F.rs
57 MERCURY Te Appear o t'tlie'rMJI and' ro erty4oti fire Sales 6.S

To: Herman Schlock. whose residence Elisabeth Letsch. an' Incompe.,. Stajke .
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IfIId address is: 511 Meta Sf., I'tfcnt.' -: r :T- Highway.

Don't miss the "The Ed Henderson. South Carolina. riatritlf/, .' U" ,
big television :hit Sullivan Show, You are hereby- .stitt...tltat a "Y1t." .
Sunday ,evening 8 P.M. WMBR-TV Channel suit fer Divorce Care Custody SIMON J. TEMPLE t>t al. .Court and Madison Its > ; :'
7 to and Cftntrol of Minor Child. J.Def..dants.. t| -. ., '

has beet filed against yen U the ORBBR e F ..PtRU.tTlOf'AnJ! zJ -. ." -
above Aimed Court and cause and NOTICE TO DEFEND .
McGriff Mercury Motors and yeW are required to *irv* k It TU !t.... Vi''IU- state Of a-
copy oftour answer er pl*.4c IA b 'FI4.1&" Jl tk_ it .<- -j, .
the compUint on the Plaintiffs To Simon J. Temple. Marian I*
Attorney J. Donald Gibson Suite Thrne1 ,*. r Myera Clara Xlisallhw -
Ph De 1447 Court-&: -Jeffer.en- fits; 100 aith Bldg.. Jacksonville i b.tfp ..reair4. ft.MUIgfty. WATCH NAME BUNG' ADDED

Florida. mond H. Rollins. Wilbur-. Rollins .. JOR"IEW WIKLY1' .
and file the original IB the office ef and Andrew Mace RolUn if alive. 1"
Starke Florida the Clerk af the Circuit farl ..)a er and It any of the abore named -
before the 21st day of Oct. 19S7; persona be dead then to bUr ua- "

otherwise "the allegations of Mid kaowa flelra,' devisees, legatees -.
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FAGZ TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 4, 1957 ,
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,bj Mrs. J. L. Strickland .

'.....A................. FOOTBAEL I
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::, Mm. H. E.,Reed and Mrs. Sue

i! Glennon of Green Cove Springs GAME
wefe calling on different ones in

Y, our community one day last week .,
In the interest of the PTA and i
County Home Demonstration serv
ice. All who are interested in holding -

meetings in our communityto
learn home decoration, different -

ways of cooking, making our ..
own clothes, and other items of
home improvement should contact
Mrs. Glennon in Green Cove

Springs, or see Bessie Stricklandat
Clay Hill and she will contact
Tornadoes vs.P. K.
Mrs. Glennon. There are no YongeFriday
charges for these lessons, so let's

meet one time at least and learn .
A.
what we can about this service. .
We are sorry to learn that 1\\ _
George Prescott, who has been Jiving
with Hansford Carter, suf-
fered a stroke of paralysis last
Sunday morning and is in St. Vin- .

cent's Bailey Hospital Lang, brother Jacksonville.of our OctoberPMKtffl

neighbor we recently lost, Gertie 4 iii
Faircloth. suffered a heart attack
last Sunday after Gertie's funeral :

and has been hospitalized.Susie ,,
Padgett was called to
Highland a few days ago to take
care of her son-in-law and daughter -
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/Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martinof "
Highland, who were very ill : .: i
Both are much improved at this ,
BRADFORD :,
writing.Mri. : .
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Willie Padgett spent Saturday ;, ,. U *.
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Mrs. Kate Bowens of Jacksonville -
visited her sister Mrs. Ernie

Padgett last Saturday.C. .
E. Wilkinson filled his appointment _. .._.. ._'_. ..,._.-
with us Saturday night r'--i -1 Admission ,
end preached a fine sermon. The Home Games ,
rain bluffed some of our folks,
Grades 1 thru 4 Free if Out-Of-Town Games
Accompanied by Parent
and the crowd was slim. As we t ;
September 27 BHS 13 Bolles 0
know some of us are afraid of .
the rain when it is church time-
October 4 P. K. Yonge In Starke September 20 BHS 6 Macclenny 0
but if we are going anywhereelse I Grades 5 thru 12 May\ Purchase 50e Ticket at
we have JUST GOT TO GO

80 we go on, rain or shine. I October 11 Palatka In Starke School Only October 25 .. Fernandina Beach Away
This Saturday night we will ,. 'j' '
have Rev. Roberts, and on Saturday October : -
I 17 -- DeLand In Starke
; Oct. 12, will have
we an
November. -.. Seabreeze
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evening of singing, so come on and I All Tickets Sold at Gate To Anyone 5th Grade Up .
November 8. KetterlinusNovember In Starke ,
bring your singers. All are wel- I ,
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come.TYYYYYYYYY.YYYY.TYYYYYYY. I 15 Santa Fe In Starke '" $1.00Adults November 22 .- Green Cove Springs Away I


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Mr. and Mrs. Reese and children -

visited her mother, Mrs. Cora

last Bell Sunday.Jones, in Fernandina Beach __. .._._ -_- .-' ,_,- ___- m' ._ _

Mr. and Mrs. E..C. Harvey and '....
children were Sunday dinner Best Wishes To The Team Mow 'Em Down, TornadoesHERB'S Support The Tornadoes With Your PresenceGAY'S : '
guests of Mr, and Mrs. Charlie r
Caskins.S I
:Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin and THOMAS CONSTRUCTION CO. DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT HOME APPLIANCE

children Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Your Friendly Norge Dealer /
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas,

and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes Maytag\ Appliances Coleman Heaters and
and children of Anton, Ala. were

Sunday dinner guests of the Carl ;:.. ,; THE SUWANNEE STORE, : : : Floor'Furnaces We service',all' makes
Browns. r KOCH DRUG STORE '

Henry Martin of Alabama was CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager .
guest speaker at North Side last ,
.A. Good Team Like The Tornadoes
Sunday morning. Compliments Of .
').[ Carter of Jacksonville
r was Deserves Your Support-
Everybody Out,For Tonight's Game!
guest speaker at Prayer Meetinglast '
Wednesday night. STARKE HARDWARE CO. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sappof WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATION .
Daytona Beach were weekend '.
guests of friends and relatives. SPORTING GOODS
.7 Best Wishes To The Team ; "

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Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence :-.f; ROBERTS JEWELRY _; ANDREWS MOTOR .CO.
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HARDY, BROTHERS MOTOR, CO.. j YOUR FRIENDLY JEWELER ..:> .

3 87 Mrs. Gordon Jones t : Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence

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Compliments Of Compliments Of i B. T. THOMAS
We are sorry to report that LUMBER CO.
Miss Nancy,Manni is in Doctors T. C. HAZEN, JR.
Hospital where she underwent NEW METHOD CLEANERS,
surgery last week. She is feeling "' :: SINCLAIR: OIL PRODUCTS Best Wishes From ,

better now. '
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones Phone 124 Starke, Fla. Best Wishes To The Team .
and sons were in SL Augustinelast DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

week. '
Julius Jones celebrated his 11th Compliments Of FAULKNER'S SERVICE STATION :

birthday anniversary last Sunday .
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with a birthday dinner at the ": 4. '.::-'. .: -
borne of his grandparents, Mr. and STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES GEM JEWELRY : .
Best Wishes Team' .. .-
Mrs. Edward Norman in Lady ... .
Lake. The House Of Fine DiamondaWe're
Mr. and Mrs.. Gordon Jones,and THE FARMERS SUPPLY .
Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! ,
Carolyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Thur- Starke's Leading JewelerCompliments .
man Jones and sons were week- ;
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ;iJ l LAWSON'S MARKET' .
ward Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Onward Tornadoes! "
OfDODD'S '
Herbert Norman of Lady; Lake.

GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION :
4 _Come On Out and Boost Our Team SUNOCO SERVICE STATION
THE BIGHT fOCIi"T'for theway .
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Best Wishes. From' '

Stet.JOUr favorite ESTEKBROOH "Where The Pecan Tree Greys ., ;:"t" Support The Tornadoes With! Your Presence:

Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH, : Q- ., BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN '" '. Volley Starling's Grocery, &.",NfarketLets

Fill The Stands For TonighlVs. Game # t' :: : I 1
NOTICE TO APPEARIn
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Circuit c..rt. Bra4f.r4 C..*t7. Compliments Of Be Our.Boys'To/:
Ft.rldai I. C..t.u --' n' > Present,Tonight To Cheec : >
SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV ,
Edward W. Mencher, Plaintiff, vs. ,
Jean Myers Mencher, Defendant. ; '. /
Jictory .,
AppearTo Case' No. 15.572N.ttee .. 'FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT 'CO. ; .
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: Jean Myers' Mencher. whose Best Wishes From' f >:>, :* -;,' :' FARM, HOME& AUTO :SUPPLY:
residence and address is: 350 FaIr- .-: .1-.
mont. N. E. Warren. Ohio. '
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TOil are hereby notified that a.trait Best Wishes Team r
for Divorce has been BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE : :. t.:

filed against, you 1.the above .; .... < Best Wishes Team .,' ,
named Court and cause and you *. : WlLLIAMSJEWELRY i' "
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are required to serte a copy of ,; "" '
'or pleading to the -" : : CONWAY SERVICE STATION .
:your answer : Compliments Of t. ;
complaint on 'the Plaintiff's Attorneys '," __ EXPERT WATCH REPAIR ; ,
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Gray. Chandler & O'Neal "
%11 N. E. First Street Gainesville. SMITTY'S BARBER :SHOP : ,if At Union Bus Stationsee ,
FlorIda. and file the original In r : ,
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit ,;; ..- wot "I
Court on or1 before the 14th day :'z.)",
of October, 1957; otherwise the I ', ; The TornaoVea :
Let's
Support
allegations of said Complaint will I Best Wishes Of f K.'& J. TRUCK TERMINAL;, : ,:.- i
t>e taken as confessed by you. ,
notice shall be published
This
once each week for tour conmutlTteeki EDWARDS GROCERY Jk: MARKET r GAJUGE & RESTAURANT HART FURNITURE CO. .
In the Bradford County T U- V !
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Dated this 6th day of Sept. 1957. V .
(Official Seal) Charles A. DarbY
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-*. Clerk of the Circuit Court. : .. I
By Dorothy W Ciland, .. : ,,_. ... .., ,I j
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