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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 11, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:; Patterson Probe Moves Continues. BRADFORD C OU N TY -TELEGRAPH Single 'Copy 1;<







_. In Fire, Shooting Official County. Publication Established In 1879 .


.- The sudden departure thi VOLUME S'I'\"F.. "Tl"-1\'NE- STARKE, J'LORID.FRlD.V, OCTOBER 11, 1951' I NUMBER SIXTEEN
:atisfied with the progress ole --- -- -
week of federal moonsMne witness and "not .
was
Robert 1... Patterson fron oing investigation to close it until he gets to \
Planned

his apparently Hampton failed Junction to slow home dowi has .he meager bottom of details it." He concerning would givtny his Ceiling On Pipe'3uying < Meeting Answers Filed


Sheriff P. D. Reddish's Investigation ,1ft

into the fire and shooting:: findings though. EstablishedBy By School Board
The sheriff would say nothing
incidents suffered last month by
about Patterson's departure ex-

Patterwn. I ept that "he is not living where In Recount Suit
Sheriff Reddish said he is well ie was living." Commission On Bond IssueA


LIGHT PLANT He said he learned Mondayhat 1 .; .j
,
\ .
OPEN HOUSE small, Patterson apartment had in vacated the rear the of The County Commission :Mona ..".... i .J1.'d, ."" special meeting to decide Johns Asks Denial Of Recount;

lay renewed efforts to bring culvert whether or not to go ahead with
the fruit stand in which he and
SET SUNDAYThe pipe expenditures under plans for bond issue electionwas
a Edwards Waited Too LongA
his family had been living since Says
control, clamping a $300 ceilingon
scheduled for Oct.
their house between the junctionand : Monday,
open house programat the amount that ran be fent
willgt't Hampton Lake burned downn 21, by the .School Board this motion asking for dismissalof
light plant
the
city 'n ore month for pipe. inspectors and clerks is a failure
underway at 1 p. m. : the early morning houra of week. The meeting will begin at the suit for a recount of the
The members also adopted to perform a condition precedentto
a tr
rescheduled Sept. 12.Another. votes: in the disputed City Clerk
Sunday after being rule which }prohibited the order- ; 9 a. m. hifEdwards'( ) maintenanceof
bad race was filed last Friday along
because ,of step in the sheriff's '
ng of more than two months \\, ; The Board members, though this suit.
weather from last week. piobe: has been the obtaining of ., with the answers of the defendants -
supply of pipe at a time. favoring the plan for calling fora Carl Johns and the The answers for both Johns
City officials urged all the panel glass which was past

Starke residents to take stiuok by the bullet fired at The County's culveit pipe .. vote on the issue, said they City Council, to the complaintof and the Council argued along the
practices have long been a sore same lines and denied all of Ed
Merrill Edwards.The .
this opportunity to become Patterson from another car on wanted more public reaction be-

acquainted' with the newly the night of Sept. 13. The federal spot with the Commission and Site Of New Fire Tower fore going ahead with it. next step in the issue will wards' allegations concerning irregularities -
in recent months have resultedin errors or confusionof
be a hearing on the motion which
utility and the authorities who had been ex-
expanded School Supt. H. P. Morgan told
expansion program. The aming this glass in Jacksonville the runaway expenses, causing Bradford County's new fire tower began rising, this week on the the members that there "isn't was filed by attorney A. Z. (Andy the clerks.]

open house will be held turned it over to the sheriff and the members concern over spot where these men are standing: In the photo. area forest! rYlgt'rFrank any other way to finance a ) Adkins on behalf of Johns Edwardhad charged that

until 5 he has since sent it to FBI lab- the budget. with Glenn two vote winner in the Sept. 10 Johns was given credit for erroneously -
from 1 p. m. Lee, center, cheeks!! the blue prints County ranger building program."
oratories in The Commission feels that it balloting. In his motion, Adkins and illegally marked
house guests will Washington, D. C.
Open : construction C. W. Slade just! prior to beginning -
and man A
Lewis ,
right team
be invited to register at for examination.The is tied to a long established policy survey from the State asked the court to deny a recount ballots; that incorrect and rnuti
the toner. Lee .estimated th!\t the work on the tower Dept. of Education has
work on I recom- lated
the door for prizes total- federal authorities had at of furnishing culvert pipe for "for reason that the Plaintiff ballots were marked fdr

ing $50 to ,be applied on first: stepped into the picture to residents building roadways or .hould be completed sometime next week. : mended that a $450,000* bond issue (Edwards) in his complaint has Johns; that the clerks became
---.- be floated to help finance a confused and made' mistakes in
driveways from roads failed to state a cause of action
county
tills. Then-
their light : determine if the fire and shooting
ners will be announced at Were plots to intimidate a federal Though expressing concern over 4pproachBothBoardsKingsley proposed $617,000 building pro- upon which relief' can be based." favor of Johns; that through err-

the close of the event. witness, Patterson testified before the policy they have indicatedthat gram. No date has yet been set for the or mistake the inspectors and

City officials will be on the federal grand jury in they cannot cut out the To call a bond issue it is nec- hearing on the motion but the clerks did not properly segregate

hand to greet visitors during Jacksonville on Sept. 26. practice.A Pact essary that it be requested in a attorneys expect it to be scheduled all ballots and some marked for
Mothers Seek Bus
the day, U. S. Assistant District Attorney few months ago the Commission petition signed by 25 per cent of shortly.The Edwards were given to Johns.
the registered freeholders in the All of these allegations were
was forced answers filed by the Council -
ii:. Coleman Madaen could by the high

Committee Posts not be reached this week for cost of the practice to take some I An effort to negotiate a peace The delegation requested, and I county. 50 For the cent issue of to the be approved -, and Johns attacked Edwards' the denied Council in the and answers Johns.filed by
per registered
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comment on Patterson's whereabouts action and stopped buying pipe ful agreement between the Bradford was granted, a letter stating that complaint with the' charge thatif
for two months. At that time the Board would allow freeholders must vote in Edwards had been of The answers emphasized that
or the federal investigation. thtcost and Clay county school Bradford aware
(
Named Hazen the election, and the
By of, pipe had hit about $1,000 !I boards which would result in a I II its buses which have to travel a majority of any irregularities on\ the part of canvassing proceedings con
those voting must favor the isr ducted three after the eleec-
I a month. j partial, stopgap solution to.the through areas of Clay County anyhow the election inspectors or clerks, days ,

City Council Chairman T. C. In other action Monday the I,,transportation controversy was! to pick up Kingsley Lake sue. as alleged in his, complaint, he tion wrre conducted according w

llazen Jr. Wednesday night an- 2 Motor CourtsOn Commission! accepted a bid of started this week with the appearance students enroute, if Clay Coun- "People are against higher should have protested at the moment law and the returns. Z. the inspectors -

nounced the composition of the $6,072.88 with the trade-in from of a group of Kingsley I ty's( injunction prohibiting such taxes but in favor of better or to the Canvassing Board. not the votes, were can

committees to serve for the com 301 SoldTwo the Andrews Motor. Co for a Lake mothers before the Bradford activity were lifted.; i schools?' Morgan remarked. "Ina By waiting until after the vassed.In .

ing year. I I new truck. County'..school; Board. The mothers said they plannedto bond election they will have to Canvassing Board, had certifiedthe answer to the allegationthat

The membership ot the committee motels on U. S. 201 north I The annual :- request the Clay County ''board get the two propositions togetherand returns he waived his rightto the ballot boxes ,should not

is: of Starke changed hands recently Forester Don report of arm Legion; Tops 100 to lift the injunction so that at weight them." complain, the attorneys statedin be held by Johns, it was stated

Street Maintenance-J. D. Doyle ii transactions totaling $170,000. j the Champion was received least some of the Kingsley Lake both of the answers. The an- that they were kept in, his custody

., chairman, W. H. Noegel and The 15-unit El Rancho motel j I Board voted by to Commission.with The In Member Drive children could ride the Bradford School Trustee swer for, the Council was filed as, required by law.
help
the
Randal F. Chitty; Safety Committee near the State Farmers' Market :, of expenses bus which has to circle by the' by City Attorney. A. J. Thomas I: In support of their arugments,
member I
-W. H. Noegel chairman was sold by Mr.: and Mrs. C. L.' the any attending I lake on its regular route to serve Jr. 1 the answers cited sections from

Randal Chitty and Mrs. Ruby I Scholl to Mr. and Mrs.Harold Convention of the County i The Jones Langfor White Bradford students. They wantedthe Election Slated In his answer, Thorn a* alleged I the Florida Statutes ,and the City
Commissioners
Noe T'I Assn. in Ft. Lauderdale American Legion Post 56 of letter so that they could
: Johns; Sanitary Committee- Thornton. Tax stamps on the that "failure to challenge the I Charter and City Code of Staike.
: gel, chairman, Doyle and Mrs. recorded in County Clerk Charles this week. Commissioner Starke has passed the 100 markin 'have somehing in.writing" when Preparations, for the forthcoming ,

t Johns; Fire Committee-Chitty; !Daiby's office indicated that the Lawton Crawford was the only paid up 1958 membership renewals they approached the Clay offici-\ school trustee election were '

; Rules, Laws and Ordinances Com-' price was 100000. one expressing intentions of at- membership chairman als. made :Monday by the School New Bulldozer Tested I

,imlttee Chitty, chairman Mrs. The 10-unit Starke 301 Motel tending. Harry Rabb announced this week. The mothers said they haa received -

t. John and Noegel; Parks and : was,sold by Mr. and Mrs. D. Tur- The post is endeavoring to letters from Clay Supt. H, Board as Supt. Harmon :Morgan .. -, --

2 1 JJeautification Committee Mrs. : ner Parrish to the York Manu- Year's Rainfall reach a goal of ..245( members:. 9- Long which indicated he wouldTsft reminded" them that election day; .,_. / 1 :.i' ::: : ;.' ,.. .. .. '
'acturing and B of .. ... ,, include" willing to" 'negotiate. further on ia ,07" '' '."i, ::: ";1 i'J '' "' ...-I' : ",. : :.s-. 'h. -'_
t Johns,. chairman, Doyle ,and Noe- ndlng: Corp. '.-' 'tTops"1956- .- .-._ ? Rabb ;aid, which will -oof Nov. 5V j '.".: .. ,. ", ,,... ....<'.*.. ,"

t. ;,' gel.; ,,,. 1 ,........ Orlando with tax stamps indicatIng Total new members an well renewals .the issue.: Three trustees are to' be-elected -' ''3 ( ::4.; .tj'.. --.,. ......' '

that the sale pike was $'iO- of old, members. The mothers in seeking a remedy for two year terms, Morgansaid ;.',. :::,' -;.$ .

Julius Thorn Accepts 000. Legionnaires who pay their to the situation cited the difficulties and anyone can become a ; : '

I Rainfall recorded at the camp 1958 dues by Nov. 7 will be hon- which have. been brought candidate by submitting a petition : :

I Pennsylvania Y Post 11 Starke FFA'ers i! Blanding weather station so far ored by membership in the new I on The children' have been cutout signed by five freeholders .15 days V ,. I

this year has already exceeded ly-formed "Early Bird Club," of after .school activities be- before the election. There is no I

; Friends here will be interested Get Farmer DegreesEleven i I the entire amount registered during Rabb said. The membership of cause the parents have to drive qualification fee since the post t

t. to know that Julius L. Thorn I the 12 months of 1956. 'them to and"from school in the I pays no salary. : ,
j'
the special club will be treatedto -
second and third -
has 'accepted a call to the general agricultural students were award-year I Through Oct. 8: a total of a barbecue supper to be held I daytime- and aren't inclined to The voters will also be given ;K' '

secretaryship of the Warren, 41.39 inches was recorded return in the evening. the 4
id Chapter Farmer degrees at a at in November. opportunity to vote for or .
Pa. YMCA., For the past three Blanding, "It's hard to support a school
regular meeting of the Starke'Chapter as compared: with a Another ')ecial benefit to against the 10 mill tax rate now
he has teen.associate state total of 40.99 under these conditions," one mother -
years Future Farmers of inches: in 1956. To- members who their dues : being levied as the district's shareof
secretary of the State YMCA tal rainfall pay remarked. "We don't belong to the 20 mill school
recorded tax levy. A
; during the
America Tuesday morning.The I early. will be free admission to
with headquarters in Imliana- dry year of 1955 Clay and we don't belong to place is also ballot -
I Chapter Farmer degree is. was 30.57 at the the Bradford County Fair which provided on tbe
". polls. During World War II he Blanding Station. Bradford. for a write-in tax rate if the
The
the highest award the 12-month will be held
given by the week 28
of Oct. ,
USO activities The Board to allow the :
f f" was director of the local total for 1954 was 35.89. agreed voters wish a change. I
In
in Starke. chapter. order to qualify, This Rabb said. The 1958 membershipcard buses now running to pick up as
t a student must have made $50 on year's rainfall is approaching will admit the Legionnaireto The Board Monday chose elec-
I children could
,,. Mrs. Thorn has been a Junior in'I' his supervised farm project, and normal for this area, the fair at any time duringthe many onably carry if as the they'women reas-succeeded tion supervisors for all of the polls ..

High teacher at School Two must be familiar with parliamentary which is considered to be around week. for the election. The three trus-'
in persuading the Clay
Indianapolis. Their son George procedure and be able to leada 48 or 49 inches tees elected must come from dif-
)r. annually. Rabb urges all Legionnaires to Board to lift the injunction, but Councilman W. II. (Billy) ,NOt gef tries out the city's; new bulldozer -
who for the past two months group discussion for 15 minutes. Monthly totals recorded at frent board member districts.
mail their checks for the 1958 they said they would refuse to
uiiich delivered last
was week. The machine,
&jj has 1t'enith: summer theatre Those awarded the degree were: Blanding so far this .year are I Present trustees are O. J. Phillipsof purchased
as dues add
and invited buses.
all
veterans to more
.",*. at Tamimant Pa., will remain Richard Cain, Jimmy Clark, follows: Jan., 0.39; Feb., 1.83 any Lawtey, L. F. Dinkin of through the city's participation in the state mosquito control pro.
; attend the American Legion' If Bradford put on additional
\ at Butler University to, completehis James Cowart, Glenn Moore March, 2.18; April, 2.26; May, meetings which, are held on the buses to serve these students, Starke, and A. L.: Green of Brook- gram, will be used primarily in the sanitary land fill project of

.: senior year. He is majoring Charles George, Ritch Green, Son- 4.53; June, 9.20 er. garbage disposal. .
( ; July, 6.05; Aug., second and fourth Tuesday of Morgan explained to the women, ,
In drama. Their other nan. Phillip ny Lawson Jerome Griffis, James 5.90 The of
; Sept., 6:45. The first eight each month. For further infor- the situation would be right back principal responsibility 1
is you'K director of the Tyler Lamar Tyler, and Steve days of October I the trustees is the recommendation -
recorded<< 2:60: I mation concerning where it started.. One of the Want Taught In Schools ::
I Legion mem-
Iowa. Broadway. .
YMCA at Ottumwa, inches. of persons for teaching posi- '
"
for Bradford initiating
bershin____ mntar-f__ ___... _PaHV tIthe CtovlrA:: principal reasons -
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n. have
- I the policy to stop. furnish: tions, though they also some
GIRD FOR PALATKA TILT for the supervision over school property.
ing transportation Clay

,- area was because .of the transportation Lift Folk Dancing Ban Moms AskA

cost. had increasedover No Time Limit i ,

Tornadoes Romp Over P. K. Yongethey the years with the' growtho On Phone CallsIn delegation of mothers Powell said that the ban is "de-

the number of these students. day asked the School MOn-\\ priving the children who want to"

I ,. ... Morgan said that school transportation Dial Setup strike out a five-year-old on from learning folk dancing."I .
By Mark Moor 'TI I is paid for with local I folk dancing in the physical edu-
( second down was recovered byP. I don't think that the action
funds, out of which three new cation in Bradford Coun-
winning K. Yonge. The Starke team Telephone conversations under program
Will the Tornadoes' rescinding this resolution would
buses would have to be added if
Schools but the Board refusedto
? This held the line until the third down the forthcoming dial setup will ty ,
treak hold against Palatka Bradford served the area. take immediate action the make the board look like It was
not 'be cut off after 10 minutes, on
answered onlyaftt'r 1 when Juddy Woods went over the
is a question to be IJ) ; The Board said they realized issue. opening a "
: dancing school Powell
at the Brad- goal for the first score in the H. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr., man-
tonight's game that the present bus will not accommodate The ban was placed in effect by continued. It wouldn't mean thatancing'
of the Starke Telephone Co.,
ford Stadium. All reports indicate __ game. Bill Herns tried for the ager
"" : 4L I all of the students who emphasized this week.It a Board's resolution in April 1952 classes would be auto-
L extra point but failed to makeit.
that this game will separatethe wish to ride .and that they will earlier after a .controversy arose over matically started, he said, but
in
was reported an
men from the boys. probably have to be assigned to the teaching of rhythmic cti- would merely turn the matter
Head coach Lennard Registersaid ; The Tornadoes decided it was story in the Telegraph that when
the bus by name. vities.In over to the superintendent and
this week, "Palatka has the If time to put a .stop .to that fuss. the new system went into effect
The board members said
they asking that the resolution be principal to decide. All agreed
best team we have seen this year. tz : Stephens received Hudson's kick an automatic cut off device would
: would :be glad to meet with the rescinded the woman said that j that if reinstituted the dancing
Their line is strong' and their ,, and carried the ball to Starke's cut talkers off after they have :':
.t4pi Clay.Board at, any time discuss the ban was opposed by the majority instruction should be on a voluntary
23 line. In four more 'plays talked 10 minutes.
ProsMr. yard
backfield fast, Don -
Is'ery I
the problem in an attempt to I of parents. They argued basis, with those opposed not
fullback, is of their Charles Noegel gained 22 yards Bishop explained that this will
one
a work out a reasonable solution. that Bradford County was' one of I being required to participate.
test men. Their' center, a 175 and Bennie Williams made 11 not apply to most calls, especially School
the few counties which did I Supt. Harmon Morgan
pound senior, 6 feet tall, will alto yards placing the Tornadoes on 'local calls and long distance calls. very
Fair not teach folk in the remarked that the matters
dancing physical -
+ bear watching." P. K.'s 35 yard line. The Tornadoes To Feature :These calls will be free from any I
I education classes. Even the "should never have become a con
The closest Starke has come to I were then penalized 15 yards II I disturbance: he said.RABID "
troversial issue in the
state Board of Education's pro- first place.
beating the Maroons in the last but Charles Osborne'got the ball ContestAn
Fiddling gram included folk dancing classes I Even if folk dancing classes were
57 for Starke'sfirst
]2 was in 1945 when the and raced yards
years CAT
conducted in physical education
score was tied 0-0. For the past TD. Terrell Green plungedover old time fiddling contest they said. I

three Palatka has managedto the goal line for the extra will be a highlight of the Brad- BITES GIRLThe By prohibiting the teaching of classes it would be impossible "to
years I i
do too much of it and
folk dancing the School Board carry on a
out-play the Tornadoes by 6 point bringing the score to 7-6. ford County Fair and will be held "
points in each game. DELIVERING TilE PUNCHES for the Tornadoes which rocked theP. I- After the- kick- P. K. was held Saturday Nov. 2. at 5 'p.m. in'the report that a 3- was letting the will of the minority balanced program, Morgan said.

Now let's consider the 'Torna K. Yonge Blue W \'e for a S8-1S loss were (front row, left to 1 I.back until they had to kick from American i Legion hall' at the fair year-old Starke girl was majority rule over the women the wishes charged.of the The remark women that agreed the dancing with Morgan's instruction .

does' side of the picture. They right) Benny Williams, DeRiteh Green and Bubba LaMee. (Back their 2S yard line Osborne received grounds.' -bitten by a rabid cat Board member W C. (Billy) in schools should,,not extend
and defeated all three the ball on Starke's 35 I A first prize of $20 will be I I
have met row) Charles Noegel and Charles Qsborne. brought an urgent warn- to ballroom The
with the dancing.
Powell went
opponents thus far this season yard line and carried it back to awarded to the winner, with $10 to and animal along W'om-I I
ing parents mothers contended that the
I en's and introduced a motion "graceand
request
each time. these facts P. K.s 42. A pass from Green i for the and $5 for third
with a higher score sidering it looks like made a fine start and show- runner-up owners yesterday from that the resolution be rescinded manners" learned In this

They also have a fast backfieldand this will be a game you will want I Jed sudden spurts of power quite to Stallings was incomplete but in ;place. Sanitarian Jack Trawick, but the other Board members type of Instruction was needed by
blocking from the to Come on out at 8 and the next two downs Osborne gained W. S. Sibley; chairman of this
superb see. jcften during the game. r to! take all possible precautions balked at taking an immediate children in these changing times.
line. When it comes to kicking, cheer your team to four wins After the kick-off, on the first 12 yards. Then Williams gained event, asks all persons wishingto rabies. ... The also contended that
against stand and the motion received women
just tell Gary Bennett where you straight. play Bill Hems took the ball on ,7, Noegel gained 1, and Os- enter the contest to register "Shut all cats and second. the resolution made school groups
up no
that he'll 'er i Last week. the bcrne made 12 more yards placingthe with him or leave their names at
want pigskin, put Tornadoes gained the 21 yard-line and covered 71 dogs," Trawick urged, The other members said they hesitate in planning recreationaldances
there. Charles Osborne, Bubba their third victory of the season yards to Starke's 8 yard line be- Tornadoes on P. K.'s 9 yard the Bradford County Telegraph.The "and report any bites would like to hear'other sides to I outside of school'hours be,

LeMee, Charles Noegel and Ter- when they defeated the P. K. fere being pushed out of bounds I lire. From there Noegel crossed contest is open to all fiddlers whatsoever to the health the issue and more public reaction.i cause they felt the School Boarff

rell Green have the speed 'and en- Yonge Blue Wave by a score of I'by Charles Osborne. The Blue over for Starke's second T. D. ia Bradford or surrounding coun- authorities ." The women said they would return -,' was opposed. But this point was

durance. Larry LaMee's fast 38-13. Wave failed to push through forjc. i Noegel also plunged across mak- ties.,.. Immediately. at later meeting armed, pushed into the background when
said the cat was a
Trawick
the extra point good.On Each contestant will be al'owed!
thinking is hard to beat The Blue Wave was at some goal and Starke received the ing and other material Morgan said that there was no intent *
; Coaches Hurse and Register disadvantage because of Tony'ball on their own 7 yard line. the first down after scrimmage -: to play two numbers and may definitely identified as with a petition of the in the resolution of control.

plated. "The boys are improving Swilley and Denver Stephens being The Tornadoes made 3 yards on] Hems fumbled the ball and I have: an accompanist. if desired-' rabid and the little girl is to prove that behind a majority them. ling extra-curricular acGvitles.
were
:with each practice session" Con- out of the game. However. the first down but a fumble on (Continued on' Page ::6t.a5. ) I iSibley said.. -,..- >': :: now ,undergoing treatment. parents





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*AGE!: TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11.1957

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editorial -as at Little Rock. Such actions ]building. 'New basketball backstops -

e. Farmer's Diary portend dictatorship, which is j for basketball were set up EST. 1879rLOIIIDA'
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
----- even more dangerous than an- i Saturday, and plans are being PUBLISHED$ CONTINO'ISLV

; By Sail McGarrry Arch)'. i made to clean off and mark the SAM MASTHEAD.
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UNDER THE
Of ; s" ,
t Speaking Rgh >. Many people now feel that courts.
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS
less they can get their plants out Governor Faubus must have MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNO HI
Out of all the millions of words that have been known what he CARD OF THANHS 1S7S _'i
by October' 15, the crop will be was talking about THE ACT OF MARCH S. *:

r written about Little Rock it seems to us that cut down seriously. Rain in that when he said there was imminent 4'-

f F someone would have devoted at least a paragraph area has been so-heavy that the danger of i violence,. and We wish for to thank our manyfriends' of Florida.100 Smith Bldg.. Jacksonville !.

t. or two to a phase of the situation that seems to record of 67.19 inches of rain to prevent it he used his National sympathy, beautiful their"'expressions flowers, and IB ClrcBit Court TO, Bradford APPEAR C..t7 and file tne original the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB or
Guard.' He recognized that the Florida IB Chaarery.Mamie
which fen in 1912 be surpassed -
; have been entirely overlooked. The writers may other acts kindness during our Lee Schlock, Plaintiff, vs. before tile 21st day of'OcL 1957;
of
have before the end of the cause Mich danger was the Herman Schlock, Defendant otherwise the allegations of said
- gnashed their verbal teeth and wept their recent bereavement A. L. Alvarez
: : proposed integration, and he at- Case Xo. 12-391 Complaint will be taken as confess
verbal tears over the rights of everyone involvedin year, S SS tempted to eliminae the cause-: and family Native T. Appear ed by you.
To: Herman Schlock, whose resiThis notice shall ue published one
the situation the rights of the Negro stu- aa well' :.recognized 1 trettment ewsteatita
We are by 'no means hiving a 'for dence and address is: 511 .MeaSt. each week for fear
with Ed and Jessie Henderson, South Carolina. weeks the Bradford County T lgraph. ..
dents, the rights of innocent bystanders, the drought here. Indeed, when'.'we any'malady. Although denyingthe IB CircuIt Court. :rsdtord Ceaatr, are hereby notified that a' '
Durban and went out and looked You
rights of the president, and the rights of Governor asked'Bill'ilaa.i.whethert any of right'of the'Federal Court.toso Clyde. Florldai D. Nevel I. a..ft"Jr.. Plaintiff. < ,' vs. suit for Divorce Care, ,Custody Dated this 17th day of Septem
( aver the berry patch'they Child, .
pnd Control of .Minor ber. l i7.OFFICIAL
determine, he" nevertheless
Faubus but far we- our soil" conservationists ':are 'do; Evelyn S. Nevel, Defendant.
no one, as as can SEAL)
have: set out this year. They with' Case No. 12-393 'has been filed against yes ti the (
the Coui .
complied t' order
see, has said a thing about the rights of the have about 17.0QQ plants out ing any ditching,' 'he" replied. Order of P.hIfcs.tl B sad A tire! Te "It's too wet.'to 'ditch." ."' tt> remove his 'Guards. Rather AB eBr-SUte 5(. ..'..rill. Toi 'and you are required to serve a Clem of the Crrcttlt eurt
white students of Central High School. What now, and plan to put out about '.' 1' than" 'anarchy; a.i' the President Evelyn S. Nevel. whose residence 'copy of your answer or pleading to By Dorothy W. Eiland. ..

about their right to attend school and pursue that i number more. Ed said heBet S would term .it, theret.&t"iL pos. Richmond and address, Virginia.is: Rt. 11, tor 312-B, the Attorney complaint J. Donald on the Gibson Plaintiffs, Suite Deputy- Clerk. 5/20 4t 1011NOTICE

their studies in an atmosphere of a school and out Florida 90's' not because Ita the- same'; wet story when'' it itive respect for' law and Order; You are 'required to appear on *

not of an armed camp? What about. the emo- he likes the 90's au much, but comes to the p1afttmg"of'" fall The gathering of.the mob1 followed 21st named October.Court 1957.and in cause the wherein above '
temporary grazing crops.The; JoeMarsli
tional stress and strains that they have been because his Missionary runner land 'has'been; :plowed andH" on Monday' m ming.' The plaintiff seeks divorce, Rights of From where I'm siUltf-Jy
did Visitation Minor Children.
plants .
forced to undergo during the past thirty days? plants! to set not produce enough ready for 'a final 'discing out. The he .
plants ence''of- Southern Governors 'At publish this Order in nest four *
If the Supreme Court thinks that it seed 'is' but: it is too,
psycholog-- has out look good;' they' have the sown,, ? Sea Island'Georgia-left by air weekly' issues.

ically damaging to a Negro child to attend a taken hold! and now Ed is hoping wet and boggy to get In the : : Witness my hand. and official
"' Tuesday morning-to'return to seal at Starke. Florida, this 18th
"separate but equal" school, what does it think for some drier weather so he fiel
about the impact on the emotions of white studentS can work. them. S SSHeard presence' 'would have a--quieting (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby) : '-"i:

attending school with the threat of Fed- Asked how long he has worked of a new hog feed whichis effect.1'While1 route, and before As Clerk of said Court. ..''lI ..__T \.

I eral.troops' bayonets in their backs? berries, Ed laughed and said: "I supposed to' eliminate' runts the" 'Governor .of a sovereign By Deputy: Dorothy Clerk.W. Eiland, :I *' the gn1I 1.There's .

was practically born and raisedin in a 'litter. Now, if 'true, that state himself' had an Chat! ,R. Hess.; '204 Guaranty Life Cemin into tswn; the other too. ..c27
opportunityto Bldg.. Jacksonville, 2, Florida. day: I stopped to' watch some which requires >patient 04
It seem to us that the white students are be- a berry patch. My father,' is really good news, for' every 'quell the disturbances, the Attys. for PIt. 9/0.41 10/11 youngsters breaking a colt to understanding, the other wat

ing deprived of their rights in this situation far Dave Durban, always had berries hog raiser. knOws that a coupleof President publishedord saddle. They were real gentle Is by 'whip training"; by mm

more than Negro students who do not choose to when he' farmed over in "Cracker runts 'In a-1tter.m! down- the f6r6mbar! 'troops"take"'oV1!!' talkin' to him all the time ing laws and forcing.ptepla'ta.
-
attend school. Six" and I raised them every profit tremendously. We tried the school at Little Rock. It is NOTICE TO' APPEAR rubbin' his back and holdin' the obey. .
a separate but equal
year until a few years ago."' raising out runts, and after doing reasonable to assume that At- whose To Anna address:M.Is Rose 206 ,Eblen Defendant Street, saddle against .his side so be'd Now it so happens (!nil-I enjoy

Much has been written pro and con about the S S it a few. times, we followed torney General Brownell and ne- Rock wood, .Tennessee.. You are get used to it. _. a tasty glass 6! at 'r b ft"

Ed and Jessie agree that the the advice of our neighbors, and Congressman Adam hereby, notified that a suit for divorce s'I was watching I. (hotlhtabout :: with my 'dinner. I feel as though
motives of gro
Governor Fmubus but Clayton
what about has been filed against in
you trained *h&K
head. another-colt I'd 'seen' be. I'm being' whip
only way you can raise berries "knocked the runts in the
Powell had the Circuit Court in Chancery in
the motives of the Negro students in choosing to now and make is to do previously- preparedthe '. E'radford County Florida, wherein .Ing whip trained. A long rope someone tries to pasr jf Inr ta
thrust themselves into a school where they knew\ money 'orders. Paul G: Rose.is Plaintiff and Anna on!the halter and "skinner's deprive me of that*lMt vplea-(
the work yourself, due to the We don't know the details, but ;Galileo* said the earth rotated Jot.- Rose is Defendant, and you are whip. When the colt turned .ur '- ,.... -- ''t A
they would be unwelcome and would be bound to high cost of labor and required to5en.e a copy of :your
the
uncertainty we were told this week that i on its axis and moved around the or pleading to said Complaint away from the trainer he got
become a source of disturbance and disruption? of the crop. man sold 10. acres of land down sun;'and he was forced to recant on, the Complainant's Attorney cut with the whip. The colt :

In all the millions of words that have been written'on.the S S near Miami and with the pro and deny his assertion..,tout the Gainesville, S. L. ,Scruggs, P.. O. Box tile 197, learned, through fear, that he -
Florida and the (
matter, the only reason we have seen Many of the other berry growers ceeds bought about 800 acres In truth prevailed. The Supreme original' of said answer in the Office had to' stand still all the time.

given was the statement by one Negro boy that have held off with planting, this section. Court has attempt to say there Court.of at the Starke Clerk, Florida of ,the. on Circuit or before From where: I'm sittiV there's

he wanted to attend Central High because it was because they say that last year S is.no difference .races and Eisenhower the 21st day of October 1957; two'ways to hold people in line

j they set out early and the cold Nixon NAACP Otherwise the allegations of. said .
within walking distance and he would not have Asked one cattle raiser how are Complaint will be taken as con
weather ruined the early crop. his trying to push that down our fessed_by you. .. .
cows
are doing, and he
to spend bus fare to get there. Not one word ]For instance, W. C. Ward has gavea throats 'with 'bayonets. 'But the This llth day of September, 1957.
short answer: "They're alive, (OFFICIAL SEAL)
to indicate -
that the advantages offered at
Cenj j just set out about an acre of and that's all. Seems that he inescapable truth is ever present Charles. Darby,

tral High are any better than those provided by *90's, and he delayed until this! does not have all the that true to the creation, that thereis Clerk ,of Circuit Court_ Bradford
grass County Florida.
the Negro school. Is it likely that any, normal 1 time because when he set outlast most stockmen have, and his a difference between black By Dorothy. Eiland. HARRY C. ELROD JR.

child would himself year, in July, the crop and white. Deputy Clerk. ,
subject to humiliation was
em- | cows are not in good shape forth 9/20 41 10/11 -
barrassment, and even possible bodily harm by too.early and the cold got it. coming winter.. Eisenhower, devoid of states- : REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER

manship, knew only two thingsto -
thrusting himself into a hostile situation for the "* .

sake of saving bus fare? What were the real Lonzi Starling is another of You'll hear it said that a per- do, and he did both' of them. NOTICE: TO APPEAR
the berry He ordered out the troops and I. Clrcvll Coart.. Bradford'Ceuty -ANNOUNCES-
motives of the Negro students in forcing the is- growers who has planted .. son cannot tatch 'a wild rabbit then returned to his' F!.rtdB( IB (;.....Uf.. ,
( recently, and it looks now as and keep it alive in golf game. Helen M. Miles, plaintiff, vs. John
sue at Central High School? Why haven't Time j if there will be quite a few berries captivity.We He, and 'only he., put the'blot'on Brother Miles. Defendant.
know that isn't true becausewe THE OPENING OF HIS
Life Case No. 12-390
and
magazines who are so concerned with the nation on Black' .
i set out even if'most growers raised and last week Tuesday.The N.tle* T. Appeari ..
the motives of Governor Faubus, explored this 'have said they'will never plant: one we Donaldsonville, Ga. .News. To: John" Orother Miles whose
angle also? again.: saw another that a farmer near t residence and address is; 10 State REAL ESTATE OFFICE
here caught and has in a cage. Street, boston. Mass.
STUPIDITY AT NEWPORT You are hereby notified that a' .
With the situation in Little Rock now in a state Read S 5' suit for Divorce.' Care Custodyand AT 218 TEMPLE AYE. *
that very few of the Senator control of Minor Child,
William
Remember E. Borah
when of
the
rainmakers
of dismal stalemate where neither the Governornor growers in.j has been thee against you in the
the
Plant City area 'were trying to makeit Idaho, a :great Republican and a above,named.Court and cause and (EIrod Furniture Company)
the President can give ground gracefully have set out yet. They have been rain? We'could use some rain: great senator, when "an attemptwas you are required to serve a copy of .
without "losing face" the number held your aturer"Or pleading! to the com
Ration's one up by heavy rains and un- breakers'now to make it stop. once made.to pass 'a Federal plaint on, the P'aintiffs Attorney

problem seems to be to get the President off the anti-lynch bill through Congress William D. MOrgan 507 Clark If you have !any type of property for sale,
hook "on which his BaM- Eliilding.: Jacksonville< 2, Fla. ... trI.
politically-scheming Attorney and file u e original Laths office of

General has impaled him Editorial Comment On Little Rock "Let the South alone and give the before Clerk of the Circuit Court on or please advise us and. our representative_ .
the 21st day of Oct.. 1957; ." ( *:
them 'ti ne. They will ':work out otherwise the allegations of said .
The' best hope could well be the appointment 1 their problems without outside' 'Complaint will" be- taken ai confessed -- will call on you for details
PUZZI.ED
of another Governor's FARMER mote bad blood between ''North 1 I interference." by yen.
'..fc : Committee by ,the Con ASKS FOR RULING OX This notice ban 'be published
''Southern Govern rs'-'omitting Mary- and South, white and Negro" ''1'he senate listened to' the once each week for four constcu. **'*, -' "
BARNYARD ,
SEGREGATIONThe No one will all stand to profit great man left ,
l land's belligerent' McXeldin and including, this Telegraph. ". '" "
tim Governor Faubus. If the services of Attorney ( followin letter recently lose, from reckless emotionalism: 'the South alone and one never 1957.. Dated this 17th day- of September, ,

General JBrownell could be omitted it appeared in the Open Forum column Unfortunately some 'of' our 'hears of a lynching. \Ul"' 'ICIAI., SEAtS: ) Charles A. Uarby
most widely circulated "news"magazine' Unfortunately 'the Clerk of the 218 Temple Ave.
of an Arkansas Republican Circuit Court Phone
would be. helpful, 'of; course,' but perhaps that is Dear Editor: newspaper). !\ as well as radio. and 1 party' doesn't1 have'a great 'mansuch By'.Deputy Dorothy Clerk.W. Eiland 43.

too' much to hope 'for. Before I start next TV' pundits are doing all they ; a.Borah' to lead them now 9/20 4t 10/11 I

:w) < : my year'scrOp can to exploit the "dramatic" :Instead they have a' 'former
It will be recalled that the original committee I would like to get things
and political possibilities'!! 'the Army General, whose 'best .. .
straight, since the "" A' '- ,
Supreme """ > "T" .
-1", : .
the' Southern
appointed 'at -
Governors
Sea ,
Island
situation. kntfwn .<' .x'v. '
Court feat t lately has been a tenacious k' :;:< : ,::.' : .N '
haa changed so many ".K4< .. '"";: j: '.. .
meeting, reported success in their White House things that the Constitution and The educational impasse precipitated ability:: to hold on to high ,! '

mission' and 'in: official statement from the ground 'around the :
our forefathers stood for.I by the Supreme Court's Newport-,- R.

White House declaring that ''"upon'a declaration : would like to know if I will school decision created problems I., golf cours : e

on'the of.the Governor of Arkansas whose peaceful solution calls for From that vantage
part that he be'. allowed to, plant my white point, he II, Z75&
will not'obstruct the orders of the Federal courts peas and black peas in separate cool heads{ and sound ,thinking. knows just what the situation is

and 'will, f in 'connection therewith maintain law rows for equal width and length, These; problems cannot be solved, in Arkansas, 'and this! great gen

"' or will I they will only be made more baf- eral has ordered Federal troops
have
and to
order in Little Rock" the President would mix them up '
fling, by public hysteria. and the in to handle the situation.In :
order return; of the National Guard to the Govrrnor's'f and sow them broadcast? J
disinterment t I
of dead .IHE'I ALL
long
When I harvest regional one !stupid act' Eisenhower .. LIFT /
ommand 'and 'as.t'oon1'! practicable" my peas, can animosities. has settack all .
the -
withdraw *11 Federal troops. I store them in separate but by the gains made r THE FARM I'Z
AROUND
equal bins, or _should I play safe They' cannot be solved by peoples of the South in 4 .

The governors reported that Faubus had and dump them all together? "paratroopers in full battle generations of struggling to ad- ",' ."'- -'- aj"i
vance.He : : ,
drew. haa .t'f. .
agreed by phone to comply. Received shortly l '1 would like to sell my hogs, listened 'to extre- '. ..;_.. ". ... .' .. '-_ -" sq %It l
mists of the %
They must be resolved at the North instead of 1
but
I have .
all white
toward at the White House, his statementread ; and I'don'tknow constitutional level as dispassionately asking the advice of reasonable c2'-
if I
can sell them unless I MORE
: "I now. declare that upon withdrawal of have an equal number of black and amicably as is humanly persons who know the South. and '

Federal troops I will again assume full responsibility hogs to go along with them. Will -possible. I the problems it. fac S'. PROFITABLE /; ".,' \ : t'J

in with It we are sure'of the constitu. It is 'a dark cooperation local authorities, for you please give me a ruling on .people. FARMING '
the tional validity of our position we tolerance everywhere. ------- -
maintenance of law and order; 'and that the this? "
shall be invulnerable to [attacks -Journal-Tribune. Seneca, S. C. Electricity helps you do 'k. '
orders of the Federal courts will not be obstructed Would it be permisaiable to more work more effici -,

by me." A few hours later after Attorney separate my white and black cat-, based on fallacies, exaggerationsand catty twelve months in -
distortions.In .
General, Brownell (the man who is reliably reported tie them'run by a fence or must I let time the North will come Scout Building money the year.,.eliminate You waste save C'' ".

to have prevented agreement between the together? to recognize that charges of on every chore production ,
President and the' Governor I have an old black hen that 41. -and profits go ,
at Newport) had "racism" "prejudice" and "bias", '--' '
.
.: '
'
Fanning can't be '
rushed to the White House, the nation was stun- dye Jays to a white change egg.the I color haven't of tried the are false, and that opposition to Target Of Vandals up modern without electri- _ _. .

ned with the announcement that the Faubus re f compulsory. mixing of' the egg, but will take this hen be- :::4t' :; ; 1', .
sponse was "unsatisfactory." The hair-splitting by unconstitutional dicta and !f r J! 4' '
'
fore JUdgeDavies when he gets Youthful "4"
fixed bayonets is'not llmited'toVirginia vandals have taken an 'I.
'
legalistic mind
of Mr. Brownell objected to the '
through dragging our Govern'oraround. expensive toll on the Boy Scout w :" -
and
the
two words, "by me," and President Eisenhower When she hears the law South. building' near the Starke water '; .-=H ;. _

bowed to his whims as usual.It of the land preached ,to her she We cann t expect' to win or to tank 'in'recent weeks, E.. S. Reebe, _;t +-. ..,' .. -' .,
retain the '4bSf1e4 -
may become the first hen in the respect of -sister chairman 'of the Scout Troop Committee ,

seems apparent now that if the palace- guard country to Ilay a two-toned egg.' states. if" 'we do anything. todestroy of the sponsoring Rotary I' j'/L: / ;f)( -, ,1'

had been more interested in ending the intolerable our self-respect. Club,
My white coon dog won't hunt reports. r

and shameful stalemate in Little Rock and birds with my black dog. CouldI Inviolability of state sovereignty Beebe 'said' that in their destructive : : :

in restoring the rights of white students to at- get an injunction to make them and the responsibility- recreation' the ,vandals 4:4i

tend a demilitarized school and less interested hunt 'together? The ,black dog rights'of states over purely 'in- have
in' shaking the Federal fist under the'noses of won't hunt coons and the white of tra-state all matters is the, concern destroyed '90'per cent of ,the .
dog won't hunt blackbirds. Maybe sovereign states. cranks 'on the 'windows and brok. i
our 48 the wounds of the Arkansas .
governors Judge Davies can use -some Give the North time to see the en 'all of the locks on the .build .f.Yl.
.
occupation might now be healing however of his modern! psyschology' on light and it will discover that ings. N FtL.JJ .t'.W' i.I' '. <- '
'
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t v :
slowly. them; the South's resistance to federal The outside toilets have been almost :-' 4 : : ,

'If they convict our Governor usurpation of those 'rights is indispensable completely wrecked by the a,1' : '- "., -'
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Mr.: Faubus, "and send him to a to the preservationof yo a ths. The windowpanes are :; -: ; : ,

A Decision To Stick By concentration'' camp, can I take "the American way of life.'*- apparently favorite targets for air -. : .

him some mixed peas, piebald Richmond Times.Dispatch.: rifles, he said. 4 t ti : ., MORE
'
The recent action of farmers in the Brooker eggs, coon and blackbird to supplement t Eeebe said he has told the police '.
about- COM F 0 It T'A ILl
diet the BLACK TUESDAYTo the situation, but it has not
area voting unanimously to support an auction .the courts are '. been remedied.. .
: -
: ? 'LIVINGElectricity
jamming down our throats? I
market during the coming season, is an encouraging the world it Is now known The building sets back away '
Would you please send me the r' -- ;
note in an otherwise discouraging picture.If that on Tuesday, September 23, from the light of street lamps contributes equally'
new words to the "Star Spangled 4i ,,,j.- { 7 well' to'better living inthe
the Dwight D. Eisenhower President arid be from _
as cannot
growers will stick by their decision :activity i teen _
now Banner? It's all mixed up, down .' _____ 4 A home by cutting'down en the
that ,it has been made and refuse to be siHe- here with "Old Black Joe"; and of the United States order- patrol cars Beebe said. with the 1', p ;L t& workload .:. easing cooking,

tracked by the offer of a few cents more on some we do want to get it right so we dered Federal combat troops into darkness making a convenient y, v :t'" -t '' '- cleaning and other-:household:
{the City of Little Rock Arkansas covering for the destructive activi ; taskz.j.puttingmorelifeinto
other platform, they will be doing: more to, advance can be 100 per cent Americans ostensibly to disperse a ties. J ___________,__ -' ., .' 'living. Put -the ;Big E .."fa .>

their cause than can' possibly be .done for again. mob but actually to force upon 'Beebe said be is planning to request 'n. u work in every room myOa'. .

them. by anjr outside" source. -Harold Maxwell the, white high school the admission the city to provide lights home! "

Puyers, aje '.attracted_ : by volume, a nd }if the 'Route '1, Box 1 of nine negro students. in: the area to operate'in conjunotion :

volume of produce ;is on the auction market the 'Wynn\ Arkansas t We abhor mob 'violence, and with street lights so that the ... .

buyers will be ,there sufficient number to make we do' not condone their ictions. grounds will be 'lighed after dark.: : farm! beffer. live.. _fccffer. ..Jfecfricofy.FIORIDA /! .

bidding competitive. If, the) farmer divide theirvbluirtetakirig TilE SOOTH'S RESISTANCE We' -agree with the Presidentthat But another phase' of activities: '
*
POWER & COMPANYr :
4. mobs portend anarchy. in the area of the' &out.hut are AMIUTEL.. LIGhT '

part to'the'-markeV and part elsewhere Now i is\ the .time for all good We'equally !and ,as strongly object proceeding in an opposite direc 'i, 4. I -. .

: the number "of bur will' 'dwindle' ndI' citizens not to _be a party: to in- "to"the President's use rof '" t- -, 7 ., :- -. '
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ShVauclIbh "will fall l! Ifs as simple l aVWat* cindiary tactlcs: ';designed-i to'pro-' ,Federal troops-contrary to tin tion.Steps-.are. being takea tare --'-- - '' -.- "- "'- "- -" ". .J "..-. _.__,::-:_-- ..... "___ __
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OnOEILi: 11, 1957 BRADFOKD COUNTT FLORIDA PAGE TIIHECMAXVILLE

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.TYTYYYYYYY YYY..YYTYft" .which the honoree opened her I Civic Club To Meet and son moved last week to their tive on bonds bought since February -
I New Look Slated forgot to remove it from a shirtpocket Yawn Sets New
many useful and attractive gifts. The Maxville! Civic Club will new home in'Jacksonville.! 1, 1957. The new table of .
t" 3 I ) i
Then refreshments were served. hold a special meeting Friday :Mr. and, Mrs. Lester Crews and redemption values also appearson
will
Out of town guests at this occas- night, Oct. 11, at 8 p. m. All family of Glen St. Mary visited For E BondsDon't The new size also make it the back. The other exception: Court ScheduleThe
bonds in
easier to stow
By Sirs. O. B. Nolan sion were Alma Anders, Hester citizens interested in a new Sunday afternon with Mr. and away bank. most of the punch card bonds

Hicks and Lois Waters of Law- school and in building up our Mrs. Dewey McPherron and son. I te surprised if that your deposit strong box. box or safety carry the signature of the new next term of County Jud

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfAAAAAAAMiscellaneous tey, and Mrs. W. H. Goolsby and community are urged to attend. Mrs. Secretary of the Treasury, Ro-
Henry Padgett is keeping United States Savings Bond ge's Court will begin on the first
Mrs. Lucas of Baldwin. Singing ComentionA you I For any who might r be curious! bert B. Anderson who succeeded I
Slimier the i
new school
, teacher's baby buy from now"on looks and feelsa about the 13 punches, the Treas- Monday in November instead of
Baby Harris Singing convention will be while she is George M. Humphrey on July 29.
Mrs. Rudy Higgintotham and teaching school. We little different it's just
gone next week, T.
offers A.
this explanation. The County Judge
Mr. and Mrs. sam Harris an- held ury So don't when
on
Miss Gloria Higginbotham enter Sunday, Oct. 20, at the welcome Mrs. Marlene'Peters to streamline.In worry your
nounce the arrival of a daughter Maxville Congregational Holiness the Maxville first punch denotes the size of next Savings Bond is "shot full Yawn said this week in announcI I
tained Tuesday night, Oct. 1, at community.Mr. keeping with the electronic the bond.
born Thursday, Oct. 3 at St. Church of holes. The wants court schedule.
beginning promptly at and Mrs. Treasury to ing a new
at the Maxville Civic Club witha Clifton Carter brain and other advancements of
Vincent'a Hospital in Jackson 2:30 the bond. For example, a 5100 assure you it's the same "safe
miscellaneous shower in honor p. m. The public is invited and family of Clay Hill were the modern the*new SeriesE Under the new program the
t has been to era bond would have a punch down and sound"' series E bond
ville. The lady attend. you'vebeen
, of Miss Jewel Higginbotham, recent young Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and bond i if, going to have more sessions of County Court will be
I named Cheryl Ann. Mr. Harris GooNhyHigginbotham in the fourth position. The net' buying since 19-11-to the
Mrs.
bride:: elect. Games were I' Harry Padgett. "punch.. In fact, it's full of held every Dire months, Febru-
I'is the of Andrew Harris and : A wedding 10 columns, or punches, represent tune of nearly one hundred billion
son of interest
I to Mrs. L. L. .
and awarded to a punches-13
of
played prizes Strange Miami, them.
But
05 don'tlet the serial number, and the twelfth ary, May, August and November.
!I was the former postmaster of I II wide circle of friends dollars worth.
Hester Kicks, Bonnie Hipgin- of was that Mrs. %V, J. Greek and family and : these worry you. They're just indicates it is a Series E I Under the old schedule they were
Miss
Maxville. He and his family are Jewel
I botham and. Mrs. Lucas after I Higginbotham, Mrs J. W. Osborne and family another sign of progress in this J. bond., The thirteenth column is held in January, April, July and
in Gainesville. daughter
now residing of Mrs. Leslie Sweat of Jacksonville Wednesday day of mechanization.
r and the late Harold spent last And, incidentally reserved for special accounting James Reddish Named October.
Higginbotham with Mrs. will
\ Dorothy Waters save you 500,000tax operations by the Treasury when Each term will begin on the
and William Henry Gookiy, and That's Our Business family and in the afternoon a year in reduced the bond is cashed. I first Monday in the designated
S S Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. viated with :Mrs. A. L. printing costs. 1 I
month.
If It's Glass We Have Iii! Goolsl the punches, and the flexible
I CALL WRITE or VISIT was solemnized Saturday night, tor's Hospital in Starke. Mrs. other Savings Bond now offered, iff and Jlrs.: P. D. Reddish of
cardboard
Oct. 5, at stock on which it is
the home of Judge Rehberg was operated on Mon the current income H bond, will printed, the bond Starke, is among the cadets who Firemen OfficersRay
new looks
1' Porter in Woodbine, Ga. Those day night and continue be very
Joe Peters Glass Co. we hope she will printed on paper much like the old one. It con have received promotions to cadet
attending the wedding were Mr. soon be well. stock in the old size. Stone was named presidentof
and Mrs. tains about the same wording ,.officer posts in the Army ROTC
Rudy Higginbothamand i Mrs. Bill Roberson and daughter ,The punch card bond is the Starke Volunteer Fireman's
smaller and
I FOR ANY GLASS NEED illustrations. I I I
daughter and Mrs. at the University of Florida.
Leslie of Jacksonville are spending than its predecessor, and One Association at a recent meeting,
will 1
is the
Store Fronts exception wordings ,
We Design:: Modern Sweat. Mrs. Higginbotham attended this week with Mrs. Dorothy i bp handier to carry in a man'coat "eight years and eleven months I Reddish is a cadet in the ad taking office Oct. 1.

I Just Mail\ Us A Pattern for school at Maxville and. Waters while Mr; Robinson is -in pocket 'or a lady's handbag. from the issue date This vanced ROTC program, and his I Other officers elected were Aus-

Table Tops Baldwin and Mr. Goolsby attended 1 Tampa. (1t( might even prevent some of change in maturity from xxx. "nine promotion is for the 1957-58 tin Bell, vice president: A. C.
the Baldwin school. He is Brother those school year. Leadership and scholarship Williams, secretary; William Sil.
Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353 Newton of Lake washing machine trage
; 1313 N.W. 4th PL City years and eight! months" reflectsthe
presently employed as a welderat delivered the Homecoming dies, caused when the fellows i, are primary requisites for cox, treasurer and W. C. Rhoden,
Day I increase in the interest rate '
I 1I the Baldwin Creosote plant. message at Maxville Baptist had to fold the old bond, then from 3 to 3 1-4 per cent, effec- 'cadet officers. sergeant-at-arms. -+;s "

-. They are making .their home in Church. A large crowd turned .F S

,.- -l. Baldwin. out for the services, dinner and -
Home Demonstration Club I singing.

.- The Maxville Home Demon- Mra Denver Godwin and fam- :::1859.1957 : v ....:M.-: : .,__ .:,-_ ;- -::':: { .J>__._,- :;

I 0 8 stration, at Club met Tuesday, Oct. ily of Jacksonville visited in Max- .s MONTH-LONG 98th ANNIVERSARY' SALE CONTINUES WITH A. ._ .
the home
of
j Mrs. Leslie ville Sunday and also attendedthe
i ...
Sweat. Mrs. Nellie Drills Home Maxville Homecoming,
' I
I' .... :' off. Demonstration agent, brought an .i :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunter
':.' .......... .,.'........ interesting demonstration !i of
\ """ """ """"''''':'''''''' on Macclenny had dinner and
I; ; "How to Lose weight safely and supper with Mr. and Mrs. Dan

We stop for nothing when p orY holders need serviceget Wisely'' and also brought some Hargroves and daughter Sunday

is concerned with the thugs closest to your heart ladies gift ideas to make.along with her for they and they all visited with Mrs. :': ".. ..: .:-,. .....c... .....:'.:: --'.:. .": ,
Insurance business, car av.J other personal. posses Mrs. Sweat served .. Sarah Jane Griffis in the Brad
home,
I -.)'ourSorrily, 1 'W e."tpcct prrUnpt. persona I Insurance a delicious salad course and focrackers. rd County Hospital.Mrs. .
I ta n ) .
ovclboardto see that you Attending this mN't.ing Arnold
I Harper
w entered
+ go
nccd
it.AuQ
hen + .
s ervice it. w you Mary were Wellhausen Mesdames John North, the St. Vincent'a Hospital in "SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK SMALL, 4 to 6lb. Avg.

Oscar Harris, Jacksonville Tuesday for
surgery.

I H. C. WALL Junior ,Wilkinson Joe Lucas, Dewey, Claude McPherson children Mr. and of Mrs. Guy Frigo and I II
Jacksonville and
:
AGENCY:1i Mr.
i Greene, Gilmore, Dorothy Wat and Mrs. Millard Strickland and COOKED PICNICS 35C i
STARKE. ers. H. R. Kilgore, Doss Higgin! I daughters were dinner guests L LB

botham, C. B. Nolan, Leslie Sunday of Mrs. Fannie Griffis.A .

/ Hartford Fire ID. Sweat and Nellie Mills. Fellowship
Representing the iurance Company Meeting waa held
Mr. and Mrs Owen Anders of: at the Congregational Holiness

,, .. La++tey, Mrs. Jimmie Hogan and Church Monday "SUPER-RIGHT" THIN
night.
-"- ... SLICED FANCYBACON
\ OJ'.. "..'l "". ......". "_...' -I' .. ".t. ". -, ...-"=--. ,,11.t" .,' c""' .".r Mrs Joe Hogan of Jacksonville We regret that Mrs. Buford I I

visited Sunday afternoon with Higginbotham was taken ill and
I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and had to be carried home
from the '
Wk ENFVElZ PEOPLE family.We Maxville School Cafeteria last LB.PKG. 59C
regret that Edward Eden Friday, where she is employed. 1-

field is a patient in the Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehlsand
4 .
INSULATE County Hospital.. daughter of Jacksonville
Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Higdon ited last
THEY'RE ALWAYS Saturday with Mr. and
and family, Mrs. Ruby Durranceand ){rs. Buford Higginbotham. _

7 8 sons, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan Longbranch Homecoming

E lT NG and sons, Junior Higdon and Don't forget the Homecoming

GREATi /2: Bonnie Harris attended the football Day at the Long Branch Baptist

game in Hastings last Friday i. church on Sunday, Oct. 13, with
Ann Page Broad Fine A&P's Own Detergent
r night between Baldwin and dinner on the grounds. The public t? or
Hastings. We were that is .
AIr. sorry cordially invited
to attend.

.7 h Baldwin Mr.Jacksonville and was Mrs defeated, have Buddy leased.40-0.Browningof the Coleman We ear are infection has sorry, been that and suffering Mrs.hope F.from'an that B.: NOODLES E S S SAIL I L


R. L. Harris grocery store here she will soon be well.

and the are back.living We in wish the them apartmentin good team The played Baldwin Fernandina boys football Beach 1 I Oz GIANT SIZE

Package .49c
luck in their new venture. Monday night and beat them 8 I 1Sc

L. C. Oliver and E. V. Robertsof with
8i1( a score of 13 to 6. Hope )
SE pE RS Baldwin and C. B. Nolan attended they will have it

RVf E a meeting at the office of night when they good will luck play Friday Bun- t _ _ _- _ _

Sarah Bryan, Justice of the nell at Bunnell. .

,.BUILDERS,y SUPPLIES < Peace night.in Jacksonville last Saturday Ann Page Peach or Pineapple A BIG Buy! Scott Regular.

We regret that Charlie Rawls, Pest Help Cut

well known colored resident, has '

the been Bradford quite ill County and is confined Hospital.Mrs. .to Small Pecan Crop PRESERVES TOWELS is isx


_. Bertie Shurer and Mrs. Only a token pecan crop is e '

.. ,. -. '. .... Jennie Stubba of Jacksonvillewere Petted this year because two pests

".. ._, '.. dinner guests last Thursday have combined forces to reducean ? 2 Lb Jar 49c 7' Reg RoDs 35c )

.. _'" .-- Chance.of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus smaller originally proportions small, County crop to Agent even i I

Mrs. Bonnie Meeks and family George Huggins said this week.

START THE TERJIfRIGHTWITH formerly of Warner, So. Dakota Huggins remarks came as he
visited Sunday with Mrs. advised growers that painting the -i.

,..- I IAN&th&O'k3PEN Ii j Mary Wellhausen and family trunks of trees is of no benefitat I

,i Mrs. Meeks was a neighbor of all in combating web worms I

the Wellhausen family when they which have attacke dtrees in AH Purpose!
I force
lived in South Dakota and they this year.


y welcome Jacksonville.We regret her to that. their Mrs new homein Leon ,and heavy The were surprise web aided worms by attack the launched pecan this year scab a FANCY APPLES For Eating or Cooking 4Ib bag39c!


Q r You can't buy a better fountain pen at any'' Harris was quite ill last week. to denude trees and spoil the crop.

rice.6And Esterbrook aI l I Mrs. Alice Norton Many residents have said that the
only gives'you and Mr r'

I \is.choice personality.of 32 If points-one you damage for a every point,writing a new Mrs.Charlotte Leon Griffin Harris visited and and with family family Mr. last and ofJacksonville the been;.veb A worst worm number they scourge of have growers this ever year seen.have was NEW WHITE POTATOES 1 0 Pound Bag 39c!

I painting the base of
the
/point screws in in seconds at Friday.Mr. .
l any pen trees on the theory that the eggsfrom -
.
r( counter: So youriEsterbrook can last for and son and, and Mrs. Alfred Harris which the caterpillars are Calo 2LB. CANS Laundry BleachCLOROX Sanitary NapkinsKOTEX
Ray and
life. Only $.22f -" -- of Jacksonville GeraldmeBrock visited! hatched and the are worms laid on crawl the up ground the DOG FOOD 2 for 29c qt 19c 43c

Saturday in Middleburg with Mr.i trunk. But this is false, Hugginssaid. .
I, :' Ii and Mrs. Dawson Padxett. Instead, the moths lay the Candied Popcorn 3 BOXES Kccblcr Brand 1-LB BOX Facial ,Tissue BOXES QF 200

i We are sorry that Ray Harris eggs high in the leaves and it is
1i is ill this CRACKER JACK 23c PEANUT CREMES 49c KLEENEX 2 boxes 29c
week with not known
? a thrinfection oat they are there until
\ ...
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I .._ _
and
unable
r to work. they are well on their way to destruction n
. I g -=} The friends of "Ray and Jay"of Campfire 2-6-OZ I'KGS. Mzry Kitchen Roast 111 lets I'-i-OZ CANS

\ 5 u !' 9f4l. radio station WQIK would However, Huggins said, justin be MARSHMALLOWS 27c BEEF HASH lIb can 37c MEXICORN 2 cans 33c
) like for them to write them cause the worms were heavy this
.. .
_.. .
.
Vy care of the station and let them year is no indication they
The Petite-tyk* i is a dainty pen and pencilset know how they like their radio again ruin the crop next wallr Cleanser

.". \with famous Esterbrook writing program which cornea on every It all depends on their predators, BAB-0 2 regular size 29c

quality. Your choice of six fashion colors. Sunday morning at 7:15 sponsored ht nn said the ,worms."This the animals. which feed What A Sweet Way To Save 20$
by the Maxville
Congregational Wax Paper.KITCHEN
Bet includes glamorous carrying. case, too. Holiness Church.A year the predators went _
CHARM 100 ft roll 19c
st t'0' somewhere else," the county agent % 1
$ Youth Rally will be held ,

Saturday, Oct. 12, at 2 p. m. at said.But even before the worms and Twilet Soap ,

f the Tabernacle at Glen St. Mai 's scab attacked the crop was predicted CAMAYToilet bath bars, .2 for 27c .i"c .
for the .
!j :t young people of the Congregational to be small. In .
a
.. :: survey
.0"4 ;-.
'a..T L7a ; \: ....
I churches.Mrs. _
V'
Soap '
I made by the national Pecan / 0< .
I ..... : Oscar .
Wilkinson and Shellars and Processors Assn. CAMAYComstock regular bars 2 for 19c W1rs- .
*
Dependable ball point-Because it's Mrs Myrtle Cowart / .
an i entertained Bradford County's crop was estimated -- "/)
Esterbrook you can rely on this sleek ball 'last Sunday with a birthday dinner to be 70 per cent less than Comstock Pie JANE PARKER URGECHERRY JANE PARKERSPANISH

point for years of fine writing. Only -** j at the home of :Mrs. Cowartfor last year which at best was j just SLICED APPLES, 20 oz can 25c PIE BAR
i Jerry Sculley who was 77 ia mediocre year.

i$2 : years old, and for Mrs. Lola One ray of light on the situation F'illingCHERRY

\ Sculley. About 18 members of however is that prices are PIE 20 35c ItFG. Sk 43* RIO.MeSftOMI 29?'
t the family enjoyed this event. likely to be high since crops allover oz can JftCUlf
j Little the south estimated below I
Johnnie Wilkinson son are Comstock FillingBLUEBERRY
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar .Wilkinson, last year.YOU'LL .
was unfortunate 'Sunday when he 20 oz can 49c / KTtR1l..I Kl lp/
\
stepped into a yellow jackets
i nests. The little fellow, received LOVE tie new Estep Tetley Ic SALE Ic SALE! Ie SALE l 1 1 1 I '

T Bradford County Telegraph! six bites before he could be re- : brook purse-size fountain In TEA BAGS lc'Sale64 tea bags 70c

scued. pens M i1W ttUMt* AtlflC 1IA COMHNf

We regret that Mrs. Jane Grif pastel shades. &09 Bra Margarine
OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES Only $ at
fir is a patient at the Bradford I*. IMPERIAL 1 pound box 39c 412 Call Street

County Hospital. ford County Telegraph. w, Starke
.I Florida1J'i .
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson .- --
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PAGE FOUR OUADFOIU WUNTY TELEGRAPH SIABXB, FLORIDA FRIDAYOCTOBER 11.-' 1937


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; Jane, Ellen Crawford !:Junior: Women Hear .I.Up- C hap ter _Meets. I Homemakejs Class Class Midway Supply, CCA 41 Department., Bremerton.U.Wash-S. S. claims by notified or demands and required which to file you any or.

either of you may have against the
I ington.rim .
To Wed W. .H. .Hayes :FHP'Safety OfficerD. At' Mrs. Patten's : Election of officers was con- i for are divorce-hereby notified that a suit estate late of of Bradford Mable L.County Sasee deceased Florida,

I f I i ducte'd'by the Homemakers Class has been filed against yon in the with the County Judge of Bradford
R. Jansen troop safety officer W. T, Week's Chapter, U. D. c., I J lof above named Court and cause aad County Florida, at his office in
I Church at
the First Baptist Starke,
you are remitted to serve. a copy of the courthouse at Florida
of the Florida Highway Pa- met Wednesday afternoon of last I'its meeting Tuesday, Oct. 1, at your answer or pleading to the within eight calendar months from
I trol, was the featured speaker i week at the home of.Mrs. George complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney the date of fjrst/ publication of
Mrs. I the home of :Mrs. L. N. Picker- Gerald R. Hart. 301 Smith Build- this notice. Each claim or demand
Patten with George Flynn
when the ;Junior Woman' Club ing Jacksonville 2, Florida must, be in writing and must state
met .Monday, night in- the club as co-hostess. I ing.New and file the original in lira office the place of residence and pest office -
Gladys Mooty The Patten home was decoratedfor officers elected. were-An of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on address of the claimant and
A.
.'_'_'_'_._n_._ _'_ _'.'_._ _ y building. Yrs.J.. Torode program with ne Green, president;. Louise Duncan or before the 11 day of November, must be sworn to by the claimant
chairman, introduced the the meeting lovely arerangements !957! ; otherwise the allegations of his agent or attorney or the same
of fall flowers. vice president; Geraldine\ aid Complaint will be taken at will become void according to law.
Mrs. Charley Johns Honors DaughterInLawWith speaker who gave an interesting Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, president, Griffis, secretary; ,Geraldine I'confessed by ;you. This the 8th day of October, A.
talkQn. safety and conducted adriver's : "his notice shall be published D., 1957.
Beautiful Tea Given At Woman's ClubThe conducted the business meeting, Bennett, treasurer; Bettiee Byrd .nee each week for four consecutive s/ Bertha L. Sassedministratrls ,
test
of all members, Bradford Tele- .\ of the estate
I devotional Muriel weeks In the County -
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman gavethe.historical ; Norman, progrim
which was entertaining and instructive raph. of Mable U Sasse, deceased.
Starke Woman's Club was an elongated spray of pink ,. program. chairman; Wanda Prevatt, Dated this S day of October, 1957. 16/11 4t 111NOTICE
the .y : The hostesses served delicious publicity chairman.. Marion Mc- (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby -
setting, for a beautiful tea grapes caught with loops of pink During the business session Clerk of the Circuit Court
Tuesday afternoon given by Mrs nylon net and streamers of nay rtrh'r presided over the refreshments to the 15 membersand Rae was elected a member of the By Marian 1.. Crosby.. Deputy Clerk In accordance with the provisionsof
by
Charley E. Johns to introduce row satin ribbons. Completingthe president, two visitors present during program committee. 10/11 4t 11/1 Section 23039, Florida Statutes.
Mrs. .
A J. Thomas Jr.'the members the The Board of Public Instruction of
her daughter-in-law, :Mrs. Char- arrangement were silver social hour. The monthly meeting will be .
voted to contribute $5 to I. The {"....t, J.d**'. Court In Bradford County, Florida hereby
ley Jerome Johns. I candelabra on each side holdingtall the, I the, third Thursday of each .'*. For Bradford County', Flor- serves notice ,that an election rill
.I American Red Crosa for two ,I be held November 5, 1957 for the
month at 7:30 ida. IB Probate.N
,
Silver and BHS Coaches.Speak p. m
at the door pink tapers. trays ,
Greeting guests
packages for servicemen on the RRr The Estate of ABLE purpose of voting for district Trustees -
was Mrs. W. B., Mundy who presented compotes held pink and white nigh seas at Christmas *:ASSB.:: Deceased. 1.1-i and district tax levy for the
time,; To Little Women biennium
decorated cakes mints and sand- Beta Phi NOTICE TO CRF.U1TORSYou. ensuing
them to the Sigma
receivingline
pledged $50 to .
composed of the hostess whicbes. Presiding at the silver Emergency. Relief Committee for BHS Coaches Lennard ,Register -- .

Mm C. E. Johns, the honoree, coffee and tea services at either 1D this year; and gave $20 toward and David Hurse spoke to Beta Sigma Phi sorority will __ _. __c -- .- --.
and her mother; Mrs. J. Marcus end of the table were Mrs. J. G. the meet Monday evening at & o'& k ,
of foot.
expense organizing a Girl the .Little Women's club on
Howard of Lake Butler. The receiving Diffenbaugh of Jacksonville and jn Scout at the home .of. Mrs., Helen Malone .- I
which is
Troop sponsoredby ball at the regular meeting
line stood in the loungeat Mrs. T. G. Hitch. the -club with Mrs. RichardB. Tuesday evening in, the club on Cypress ,Street. Pledgesare Gift !

one side of the fireplace where Placed at points of interest Cauffraan as leader. The house. urged to attend. for a
--- -
the mantel! was a focal point thhroughout the Club rooms were treasurer and finance officer will Sylvia Paulk president, presided

with a modern arrangement of potted palms. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Craw- draw:up' a budget to be used at the business meeting, Hospital AuxiliaryThe

white gladioli, pink fugii mums, Serving as floor-hostesses were ford of Lake Butler announcethe this year, and -th'e' club decided Virginia Darby gave the devotion, World's

and pink carnations interspersed Mrs. Guy sale, Mrs. Vernon Sil- engagement and approaching to,open a new bank account with and Jeannie Wait gave a drill Hospital Auxiliary 'will
with 'pink leather leaf fern with marriage of their daughter, Jane the. proceeds from The meet Wednesday afternoon I Oct. Y
the two .procedure.'
.parlimentary
on
cox, Mrs. O. L. Haines Jr., Mrs, Ellen, to W. H. Hayes, son of var. first
pods of .pink grapes. Balancingthe iety, shows. This money will be guest speakers were introducedby 16, at. 3:30: o'clock in the Wom-

arrangement at the.other end Pete G. Felos Mrs.. Doyle Conner, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes! of deposited in, a special swimmingpool Judy 'Dankel.Hostesses an's Club building. All membersand -

of the mantel were tall pink tapers Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr., Mrs. E.L. : Brooker.r fund. I who served' refresh.. persons interested in becoming andfastest

in a silver candelabra at Matthews, Mrs. Clyde Sin The wedding will take placeon The Country Store at the PTA ments at the conclusion of the : members are urged to K'
the baM of which were afternoon Nov. 3 at attend.
Sunday ,
spraysof ,
clair, Mrs. Steve Simmons: Mrs. Halloween Carnival will be staffed meeting, were .Lavora Capps:,
.pink leather leaf fern centered I,3:30: o'clock, in the HarmonyFree .
.. .
J. H. Arnold Mrs. W. H. Smith, by Junior Club members, and Kay Walrath, Judy Dankel, and -
with loops of pink nylon net Will Baptist Church. A reception -
I members will also make doll Sylvia Paulk.Presbyterian. Recent Births
and satin ribbons. I and Mrs. Warren Winsier. In. will follow at the homeof .. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
clothes for sale at the carnival
Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr.. and Mrs. charge of decorations were Mrs. the brides' parehts. .
Jr.
with Mrs. J. D. Warren in CirclesCircle Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns
H. H. Adams invited guests to J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. O. 'L. No. invitations are being'sent,
the
charge of sewing. of DaytonOhio announce
the tea table, which was covered : Beasley. Assisting at the table but all friends and, relatives are '
Johns, : It was announced that _the District -; One of the Presbyterian birthof a, son, Michael Raymond, SmithCoron.a.Bradfotd
with a white linen Italian cutwork were Misses Markleyann invited. I
cloth and held a center- Linda Kay Sale,. Martha Weldon 4 meeting will be held at Women of the Church met,Tues- en Sept. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Slade. the South Jacksonville Woman'sClub day night with Mrs. W. J. Epperson -. Johns Sr. of the State Farm are
and Flora
piece of pink carnations andshaded Elaine Sykes, Senior 4-H: Girls I
on Thursday, Oct. 1 and paternal grandparents.
pink bountiful roses in Invited to call between the at her home on E. Washington -
o'clock several members'plan to attend. street. ,Mrs. Lester Crews Dr. and -Mrs., J. W. Brownleeare
Choose Officers
to five *
an antique silver fruit bowl. In hours from four
Mrs. Mack Futch, transoort- pleased to announce the
I I circle chairman presided over County TelegraphStarke
front of the arrangement was were 350 guests. I
New officers elected. at a re- ation chairman of the Bradford the,business session and Mrs. adoption of an infant son, James .

I centmeeting the Starke' Senior County Children's Committee, reported -. Epperson conducted the Bible William Brownlee Jr.Recent Florida

that she has arranged study "In.What Spirit." 'r k ,
4-H Club are Patricia, Pellum ..
transportation for a cancer patient The circle will be responsiblefor Birth "
Marcia vice .. ,_ ,
Miller -- -
NOTICE.t president; to Gainesville for treat the church nursery and e'. -- -- -. ---- - -- -
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president; Dorothy Savage, sec ment every day for four weeks, flowers for the church during Mr. and Mrs. Donald Neel an- -'- -- -
____ __. 1:1: "" __ __ _-
retary-treasurer; Linda Cox, and will need further volunteersfor October. It will also have charge nounce the birth of a son, Donald '

point keeper; Jo Ann Mobley, re- the next month for transportation of the family
PECAN GROWERS; porter; Linda Wasdin, Carolyn I every other day. Memberswill Oct. 22 when Rev J. W. Conyers, cent's Hospital. Mrs. Neel is the

Pellum, delegates; Barbara. be called upon to assist in executive secretary of the Su- j former Peggy Wiggins. $35.00TRADEIN

Shadd, alternate. this worthwhile project. wannee Presbytery, will presentthe

;New plans for the coming After the program delicious home mission 'theme of the Cub Pack 70

WANTED .. PECANS year includes the creation of a refreshments were served in the year.

,1I I II point system to help determine sun room, carrying out the Hal Refreshments were .served by Cub Scout Pack 70 will hold

I I which girls will attend the State loween theme. Hostesses for this the hostess to the 11 members its regular monthly meeting in

Fair and Short Course in Talla meeting were Mrs. Jack Clement, ind ,guests.
the recreation hall of the First
hassee. To attend the Short chairman, Mrs. Ben Moxley Jr., The November meeting will be
ANY RECEIVEDNOTE Methodist Church at 7:30 m.
QUANTITY p.
Course a girl must have 45 points, Miss Betty Jane Morgan, Miss held with Mrs.T. A. Yawn. on Tuesday! Oct 15. Games and
have Louise Stern, Mrs. Tom Merser
completed two projects and -
will
songs, highlight the program,
: be 14 or older. eau, and Mrs. Wayne Haines. Circle 3 met at the home of
and many awards will be madeat -
Mrs. Louise Harden at the State. rr
The girls are planning a boothat this time. mothers who
Any
There is a short crop of Pecans this the Bradford County Fair at WSCS MeetingsCircle !!Farm with Mrs. Carl Kirtsinger are. interested in becoming a Den DUO-THERM

year, so don't be high-pressured out which candy, cookies and other as cohostess.The Mother are a.sked" contact

of them- Talk with us about our items will be sold. Their exhibits 2 of the Methodist WSCS Bible study .was presented Mrs. W. R. Miller., Den 3 moth- wii OIL HEATER
met Monday afternoon at the by Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.and Mrs.
DSP program before you sell. Those will be on display for judging 'ers will have charge. of refresh-
home of Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. Kirtsinger, circle chairman _
who used this service last year received Tuesday.The Mrs. E. K. pre- ments. WITH AUTOMATIC
Perryman, leader, pre- sided over a brief business session -
the highest price for their booth committee is com sided BLOWER
the
over business meeting., The, group greed to as- ,-,
Ask us about it. posed of Linda Cox Carolyn 'Pel- The devotional Was gfven .
crop. by sist Circle. 1 ,with the covered NOTICE .b
a.
Ilum t. :
Barbara Shadd, Jo Ann Mrs. Ix>renzo Green, and those dish I To all who is concerns. The rent 7 $5 DOWN
supper on .Tuesday, Oct. 22.
-Jim Chasteen. Mobley and Marilyn Cox. taking part on the program were of the apartments in Maxville. Fla.
Following the business session be
will raised the first of Novetnter. -
Mrs. Maude Fields, ,Mrs. Perry- refreshments For further information contact __
were, served by the
WSCS Circle 4 man and Mrs. J.. P. McComb. Hattie Nolan.1IoncEAPPEAR.
; hostesses to the eight members 4

BROWNLEE & CHASTEENYOUR Refreshments were served dur- present :
Circle 4 of the First Methodist ing the social hour. $11088
la Ctmlt Court,Bradford Co..tr.
WSCS met in the recreation hall II'let1c1a. Ia CIuI..p.
Tuesday night. An interesting Circle 3 met Monday afternoonat Wesleyan Guild Unit Nora J. Arnold Plaintiff, vs.! WilLiam
RECEIVER OF PECANS the home of Mrs. T. J. .. Arnold, Defendant.
: Griffin
feature of the Holds
program was a Dinner MeetingThe Case No. 12-112
nursery shower, and members with Miss Annie Darby and !Xntlre T. AppearTo
FOR GOLD KIST PECAN GROWERS Mrs. Carrie Ritch as cohostesses. : William Arnold SH 2nd
brought gifts suitable for use Wesleyan Service Guild, -f With Exchange

316 E. Brownlee St. Starke in the Sunday school nursery sided.Mrs. Lloyd Green. leader, pre- Unit 2, met at the Methodist-:

room. Miss Kate Struth, super reation hall Tuesday evening at '
The devotional was
Cash Prices Paid intendent of the department, I Mrs. Ethel Parks, Miss given Kate,by 6 o'clock for a study course and
Highest
opened and accepted the gifts. dinner meeting. S3; OOO BTUYOUR
Struth, Mrs. O."W. White Sr., and ,
Mrs. B. L. Moxley Jr. and .]frs. The
) Mrs. R,:H. RusselL The program, study course, "Disciples to

Jack Clement served refresh- "Let us look at. ourselves," was Such a Lord was presented by FAST

ments. given by Mrs. Bertha.Pearce. Mrs.; J. R.. Hixon, Mrs. Lou Hill-

The hostesses served refresh- enda.h1.and. Mrs. Eldon Mathews. ,

AMAZING VALUE! Methodist WSCSThe ments after the meeting. Preceding the study, :Mrs. Wayne B BEST' BUY INTV7lNI'H

i Haynes, hostess, served a delicious -

eR Methodist WSCS will meet Mrs. Scholl SpeaksTo chicken dinner. Mrs. Henry I

\ R Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 10 o'clock in I Godwin,presided at the meeting : COURTEOUgI

the Educational building for a Arlington Club I in the absence of the leader, Mrs.R. .

study course and business meeting S. Mullins.Turkey NEW
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PIECE followed by a covered dish lunch- Mrs. C. L. Scholl, "a past presi- 1958

eon. dent of theStarke Woman's Club,
I Dinner
was guest speaker at the Arlington -

Woman's Club on Tuesday.Her i SERVICEon QUALITY
St. Mark's Auxiliary will sponsor I
subject was Needle Art
Adapted to the American Home. ;I a turkey dinner on Thur.day $- t
Oct. 17, from 6 to 8
LIVING ROOM p.'m.
GROUP PARK Mrs.custom Scholl knitting is a former and teacherof before Street. Tickets may foe puu- .f Spotlite Dial

i w in the parish house on Church Top Tuning"PulNpuih"
STARKE FLA. I moving to Starke from Pennsylvania -

I she spoke for clubs and organizations chased from members or at the I e Oil/off.
door;.adults $1.50 children under I I w
various switch
SUN., MON., TUES. on fields of .I t9
Includes October 13,- 14, 15 trt needlework.Mrs. 12, 75c. The public is invited. ''t' a Zeniih Target Tuner

95 : DOUBLE FEATURE Scholl just completed two .

years as president of the Starke First Baptist Built 'in UHF/VHP
DINOWith WMUi LOANSUP antenna
9 1-SOFA BED Woman's Club and during .her
Brian Keith and Susan. term of office she wrote "How Dr. Jesse HendleJ was guest r e Easy out fact plait

6 1-P. F. ROCKER Kohner to Put Club Members to Work," speaker at the caTered dish

AND which in the June *t
1 -TV CHAIR was published I. luncheon meeting of the First
Funny Face issue of American Home magazine. Baptist Church Tuesday, delivering -
She also contributed "Pro
2-Table Lamps IN TECHNICOLOR an inspiring message to the TO

With Audrey Hepburn and Fted grams Can Be Worthwhile" to the 32 ,members and eight guests odel A2145M

2-Step End Tables Astaire summer issue.. of the Florida Club- present. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. 1K E K> -1Sion262 w+a"Terms Toole7el
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1-CocktaU Table Plus Color Cartoon for Children woman.. president, presided over the pdw, .eMv9MYa rca21tos9iil Suit toretatl
:- J luncheon and business program. tb w

r r- with Wed., Thurs. Oct. 16, 17 $600 bind sox of wa

DOUBLE FEATURE
4 Plates Executive BoardThe

Chain of EvidenceWith
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4 Cups executive: board of the
Bill Elliott
First Baptist Church met on
4 Saucers And
Monday night at the church -

4 Cocktail ,THE RACKWith with 15 members present. The

24 PIECES 24 Glasses Paul Newman, Wwidrfl Oor- meeting was presided over by

ej, Walter Pidgeon and Edmond Bradford County Hospital announces the president, :Mrs. W. B. Mundy, 'Folks Find Us Friendly"

O'Brien the following births:c f Jr. _i ( .
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Solze pf 8HOMECOMING
Fri. Sat. Oct. 18 19 : : SERVICES t
Richard Claire
Starke
a. son, J
DOUBLE FEATURE AT IUNGSLEY LAKE LOCAL FINANCE ZENITH'S best
1958 !
Solze, Jr., Oct. 4. new

WICHITAWith :Mr. and Mrs. James Maurice The, Kingsley Lake Baptist:
Joel McCrea Church will observe its annual Compare and See why before you buy!
Sheffield of Starke a daughter, COMPANY 1
Homecoming on Sunday, Oct.:.20,

123 East v And Chennan Marie, Oct. 5. with an all-day program, and

Call PHONE The Beast Of Hollow Mr and Mrs. Lester Harold dinner served on till grounds, FREE 90 DAYS SERVICE

80Starke MountainWith Eisenacher of Melrose a daughter Everyone is invited to take part I 114 N. Walnut St.

A Street Fla. Gay Madison and Patricia Janet Claire, Oct.JJ. hi this fellowship. INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE
There will be -A working M
Medina ., Mr. and Mrs. Charles WesleyPryde Phones. 580 and 581,
the church cemetery on Satur -

Plus Cartoon Serial' for Chap.Children 10 and Color of Starke, a sun, CharlesWesley day. .4)ct..12, and everyone in- Phone 116 234 N- Temple Ave Starke, Fla

Pryde Jr,.Oct 7. i terested is invited to come. and 'I -- .

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I. '.LL .L. M's. Joe Thomas and Mrs. ,
Joe Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson and I

Slaughter of Crescent City were son, Hal, were m Valdosta Sunday t r I
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.. ; last Thursday' visitors of MrL' S. visiting S-Sgl and Mrs.'T. B.Harding' : 11 AL'VADr STORE 1" I'.. ( ..u\hUI ii'ii'I '
G..Denmark \\S9'
; Jr., .i I tabhl'd !
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Mr., and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix Mr. and 1 rs. 1L W. Lance and au ,

of WaycroM spent the weekend daughter, Babs, spent the week Q "
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. end at Inverness visiting 'Sheriff \( -

: INThCI4EWSI J., P. Dill. and Mrs; B.: R.'Quuin .and. daugh4 i'b -

I Mrs. NUa Dyal spent Wednes- tef. I I Patronize

.'.l_'_ .,...,.._-..---'_- day to Saturday with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Royster your 'home OwnecJ Bank
If r Mr. and v Mrs. R. B. McDavid in Gaines- and family 'of Jacksonville", revisiting "
Mrs. Leon Campbell of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Heath of ville. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish ': l Olr Modern Banking Facilities have Been Instaltcil!
Laro and Mr. and .1rs. J. J.
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Fort Lauderdale
:spent the first on Saturday. For
Mrn. Glen Lewis returned to Your Convenience.3c .
Brannen of Hampton were of the week with J.lr. and Mrs. her home last Thu'rsd y from 8t.Vincenrs' Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Shaw of Val- '
Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. J. S. Sapp. The Sapps also had costa and Mrs. Louise Driscoli 'ot Interest Paid
DW.. Moore. hospital where she n- on Savings Accounts
as weekend visitors Mr. and derwent Elmira, N. Y; spent the 'f"rrst' of 0
I I II surgery.
trs. C. S. McConack of St. I Mrs. Richard Ray and family of Mrs. E. J.' the week with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler > ,';-:, {,
Charles, Ill. and her brother, Paul I Dowling visited Jones. :
Savannah.
Ga.
Raul of Chicago, IlL will I arrive Mr&' Junita Mrs. R. A. Brannen in Riverside MI'S. Clement Heber1e Irnd Mrs. 'Ve Invite your Checking and Savings Deposits.
Foster
I t this weekend to spend sometime home,Tuesday from three returned months Hm-apital Brannen last Thursday. Mrs Sally Winchester of Daytona Member ,Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

J with Mrs. Carrie Ward. visit with had undergone surgery Beach were Sunday visitors'of Dr. )
relatives in England and is
t 1I1's. Ernest V. Widegren and getting along nicely.Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt.
children Don Mr. and Mrs. Dill Johnson of and Mrs. G. P. Dover of I THE COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Jerry, and Sue, I
t formerly of Wilmington, Del., tire the.Lexington downstairs N. apartment C. have in rented the month Hibbing Minn. are spending a Bradford FfA' [ N,. wly-eleded. ,,,, oiri- ers'_ol theyQuarterback"' ,' Ci'irb: b ost r oiganiza-' : 4
with
occupying the Gertner home on Mr. and Mrs. ;F. F. ers Lion fvr the BUS athletic prograth are: (bt row, I-r) Gilbert Gold-
Brown
house on E. Call Street .. STARKE
Flume. f ," ) i
( Kingsley Lake. Mr. Widegren will Mr. Johnson is Olf ; wire,:president; John Stephens, secretary; ((2nd row, I-r) Carl Lamar I
employed as a Mr. and Mrs. Convention
I arrive here around Nov. 1 andf' mechanic at Big Dad R. O. Dansby and to .... Johns., lice president: a d'E) ter Shi Smith, director.The t
MfgCo. ,
son MIcky visited '
Mr.
and Mrl\ '
will be connected with the du- I t "You'n Observe Our Friendly! Banking
The apartment was formerly oc- Freeman next meeng of the club .11 be held in the high'IIchool gym i
Pont Company at the Highland I Register, Jr. In St. In' Kansas City Service"4
f' Plant cupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I Vincent's hospital. Tuesday night Oct. 15.at 7:1$0 o'rIock. All men and women inter-

I Andrews who have nioved into Among those moving this estedEun the high. ,sihoL athletIc! program are i invited to ,aUe>>". a
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their home Sixteen members of the Brad-
new
on E. Call street. week are: the Carl V. Smiths
Mrs. W D. Faxon underwent 632 Pinewood Drive; the James ford Chapter" .FFA, were' initiated New Auto Stolen 'J'ransportation Corps. I
tGAS-TOONSI ;
surgery in the Jacksonville Naval Telppes to 1207 Blanding St.; into the degree .of, Greenhand J. "Although mental requirements

Air Station Hospital on Wednes- the James B. Watts to 1231W.Lake' during the chapter meeting on. From Hampton Home are now higher than they have (4J'L' COLD WEATHER

d ay. Butler Rd.. and the Donald Sept. 26. 'I11einitiates include been in the past, the Army- still
Sf'e the new Bell & 110\\11 O. Vaughns to the Masters Eugene Barn, Howard Bowen, ,A 4-doJ 1957 Cherolet purchased har vacancies ,for highly qualified ( ) :' -

, GIB BROWN EIeC'tric Eye Movie Caml'ra-tllf' house on MacMahon st. Edward Crawford, Allen Crews, only five days earlier, was volunteers" Sgt. Caster said. Interested -, ,

Ca'lIIt'ra that makes perfect mo\- },fro and Irs. Harry H. Rabb, Wayne Hinson; Bobby 'Hutches- stolen Wednesday night of last indiViduals and their parents' ? JUST AHD!
week fr Mr. and Mrs., R. H.
itS's automat1C'alI)_ Bullington' Jtudio r. and family have moved from on, Leaton :Matthews; Sidney m are encouraged to cont3ct
[ I Gift Shop. (tf) 1201 Blanding St. to 1323 Bland- GriffLs ''Eugene, Underhill: Clyde Parker of Hampton.t It was taken Sgt; Caster at the post office or I -
frOm in'front of the Parker home. :
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton ing St., the home formerly Wainwright, and Paul: WiIkI wm. Selective Service Board every I- LetSTANDARD
oc-
I Mr: and ':Mrs.: Parker did not ,
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I of Melbourne spent the weekend The Bradford Chapter's state
the
cupied'by Ernest AlIens who Tuesday.
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I di cover the car was missing until
with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle- champion swin judging team
moved to the .
country.Dr. Thursday morning, when they immediately -
c i
t on. expressed appreciation to the -I
and Mrs. Phil Rowe and reported the loss to the OIL
j Lt. Col. James Griffin is in bal'y son of Fort Pierce have following businessmen apd organizations state police and the sher f's of- I.

.. Washington, D. C. this week on rusiness. one of the Blankenship for, contributing to- ,fice. Sheriff P. D. Reddish said COME IN AND SEE !

} !;- b apartments at 624 N. Lhurch St: ward the, team's forthcoming that an alert has been 'broadcast THRILLING COLOR Furnish Your
Attending the Methodist FloriD intern trip to' the National, FFA Con- 11 I for the has
:: r. Rowe is an at the vehicle, but no word PICTURE
da Laymen's Conference Retreat Stat Farm. i' : vention in Kansas City. : ,The, yet been, received.

j "lIe' Iikl''i Gib's senice so in Leeslurg last Friday to :Jun- Kathy Griffin of Starke and Bradford Soil Conservation Dia-I The' speedometer on the tur- A KEROSENEI

"ell he COIUl'S hi E'EltYlIOUXIXO day were Lou Hillendahl, T. H. her grandparents Dr. and Mrs. trict, Jim Chasteen ,or Brownlee quoise and white sedan registered I/ TttHAT.

," lade Sr., M. W. Lance E. V. Oliver W.. Greer of Lake City & Chasteert Ratliff Chevrolet only 406 miles on Wednesday # '

There'M limit to Cason, Gillert Goldwire, and reurned home Sunday from tw Co.. Denmark Furniture Co., night when he parked in front of .
110 our effort Ovid Lewis: weeks 'trip through Wa.iingtox ; Blade, Gas Co., Western Auto. Ns house, Parker said. The switch IN AMAZING

to Ihe you the nice you i Mr. and rrs. Harold W. Dayton D. C., New York and Hartford, Andrews Motor Co.. Starke. .Builders was locked, although, the car 3 DIMENSIONS, FUEL OIL

expect: of Warren, Ohio were Saturday C onn. visiting relatives and sight- Supply and ,the harley doors were not locked and the

to Wednesday guests of 1\lr seeing. Johns Insurance A-ency.- keys'were inside the house during I I

and Mrs. H. E. Dayton. Mrs. J. %V. Lee of Atlanta is The,judging team, composed of the night FOR QUICK DELIVERY CALL 85
,018 BROWN Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Roland Stem, ,John Allen Shadd: "
Vining of visiting H. L. Bro\\'l1lee and stE'E05 COP1C"P I IC TV RES
eland will be weekend gu sts grandson and family, Mr. and 3. T. Parrish and T. 3. Mann will Army Enlists .3 'VE }FURNISH TANKS AND STANDS

SERVICE STATION f Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. M. rs. Jim Chaateen. leave for Kansas City on Friday,
, Standard Oil Products oV ining. Jane Guy of Gainesville spent Oct. 11 and will return ,on Oct. From. Starke Area EU'LLiNGTONStudfoand. K. G. DUNCAN AGTI

407 N. Temple Ave. .ie\\mattf'r Reels and Viewers the weekend with .her grandmother I 20. P. C., Hutchin, chapter ad- 'Two Starke S youths and one ,

f at uUington'i!. (tf) rrs. A. Z. Adkins. Little visor:, will drivel the boys to the from Lawtey-were included..in the Gift Shop

I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindberg of Ann Adkins of Gainesville also convention and, accompany them 25 men enlisted during September ': STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Phori 265 Starke
OOs. ,Fla.
Philadelphia, Pa. were Monday was an overnight visitor of her during the ses8 by the GainesvilleOcala Re- ,
evening'' visitors of Mr. and Mrs. grandmother last Thursday.Mr. The team will present a report cruiting: Station, M-Sgt. Denton

Clyde Colson. and Mrs. We&1ey Andrews of the trip to the chapter Caster,,Army recruited. announced. -
FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. George Cott- on its return.Students. -- -

of Jacksonville spent the weekendith man in Ocala on Sunday.Pfc Enlisting from Starke were ..... .......\ .

"- her mother, Mrs. Hogan Thomas Tyre has returned Present' Smith ..ADevoe,' who, chose the
Smith and family. to his station in Iceland after Military Police Corps and Ray-

THEATRE Mrs. H. P. Moye of Orlando and spending a week's furlough herewith Musical ProgramAt mond D. Stefanelli' who elected Offer

son. T-Sgt. Charles l\Ioye, who his wife. the Regular Army". Unassigned. Special

has just returned from a tour See your pictures in one min- Club Wayne E. Massey of Lawtey ,

SAT.-, OCT 12 ONLY o f duty in Germany. spent Fri. ii tt' with a olaTOid land Cam- Rotary applied for and received ,approval
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DIG DOUBLE FEATURE I day to Monday with Mr. and e ra. New models in stock at' Bol- oJ" for:an ,assignment in' the Army'sAYI Barberree Studios I

Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. linlton's Studio & Gift Shop.tf A musical program. featuring By ,

! CHEYNNE TAKES Mrs. Bertha Pearce and daugh- ( ) I talent from Bradford High School .. .: -
t er. Mrs. Mary Lane of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns moved was presented at the Wednes- 191
i viUe. will spend the weekend b ack to town from ,their Kingsley I day, luncheon ,meeting of the THUR., FRI., SAT. .. OCT. 17, 18,

OVER : with Mrl\ Lane's son-in-law and I Lake summer home on Wednes- Starke Rotary Club. Archie .._.St < -_ ;_
dau hter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas d ay. I Green and Bob Smith.were heard Jc-: Hours 9 to 12 J to 5:30 ,

Starring Lash Larue P'acock Jr. and baby son. in Charles Knight of Gainesville : in several piano solo and duet : r -I

Orlando. spent Saturday with relatives : arrangements, and Miss :Mar: -' ORe Beautiful
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AND Mr. and several numbers;
Mi-s. Drew Ratliff here.Dr. Payne sang
I and Mrs. Calvin J.
I spent Thursday to Monday in'Chica Houpt Elden' Mathews. BHS band di- VignellaII
were in Jacksonville to
o. Ill. Sunday rector; discussed needs of the lo- tp'T\
Wednesday of last week attend-
!MIGhT s\S WELL save over ing'i the Florida Osteopathic Medical cal band and complimented, the x 14
,. $5 on a handMtme Smith-Corona Band Parents organiZation and
i Association annual convenion. .
Silent Super Portable type"'I'lter. t Mrs. Houpt was elected other civic groups for the support

Buy now, before price increase state secretary of the Auxiliary at given the band in the past. PORTRAIT

()('t. 10.- radford County Tele- the meeting. ,Preceding the ,program, A. J. ,- ,
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lraph. Thomas Jr., club president, pre-; ; -.
U.NQUERED Mary Elizabeth Cox underwent _
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields lasts Doctor's sented Mrs. Junius M. Smith, re- 4sPF
in ;
I surgery Saturday
I COLD svI and family of Jacksonville were Hospital. Other patients there sinlude cently selected by the local ,BPW ,- ._-'j.-_ .Se i-Uf8 Size
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I TICHNICOLOR visiting their parents. Mrs. J. H. e F. J. Beebe of Lawtey and Club as 'Woman of the Year"

ru Fields and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. .Irs: Annie Mae M rc'er: The musical part of the pro- ;a' Four Poses 10 Choose From

Plus 'From n'I Mad to Worse White, Sr. on Sunday.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jennings, gram was presented by Juniuf\ ,
and Mrs. L. A. Davis are Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green, Mr. and M. smith with the cooperation' -'T '

S Cartoon rial. and 'Ch'apter No.6, in Tallahassee, where Mrs Davis Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr., and r.rr.I. Mrs. L. J.: Gre n. i it YOUR. .- q4_: kr-:: Limit. 2 Children to a Family
is attending the annual U. D. C. end Mrs. McGriff Jr. had a din: '
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State Com'ention. net' party at Le Chateau at'J ckEonville -: Local Hea1t Offkials / --( 'l"" : 6 Weeks to I 10 Years

SUN., MON., TUES. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lee and Beach last Saturday eve- I II l1/t'P;

October 13, 14, 15 family of Lakeland spent the rJng celebrating tie, Green's wedding Attend J x Meeting -
weekend with her parents, Mr anniversary, which was Sunday lTAKfN : t RegIarSi
and MrS. E. J. Dowling and fam- Mrs. Green's birthday ',which:I, Two of. Bradford
Helen_ Morgan- ily. Cell on Monday, and Dr. Jennings' eaIth officials were' representatives OOO Value FOR
birthday''which was 'Tuesday.C : at the State Board of Health S 00.

her songs- b ScOutsDens 3 and, 5,' with Conference held in Jacksonville Tour portrait is the ; -

.. Mrs. Bill Graham, and -t.lrs. Bill last Fr day. for those SATISFACTION ONLY -
IIfftII Thompson, leaders, visited !the Mrs. E. L. tcKnight represented ect pft spe't GUARANTEE '

Sats lna Fire Tower on Tuesday the nurses from County Health jpkofl; your lit.Sie \I '

afternoon. Departments and Sanitarian Jack .. \ APPOINTMENT NECESSARY'
ur'appO .. -
,' f WaIter S. Vanderlip Jr. of De- ,Trawick represented county heilthI -
'I. '' 'IIo': '" I Mailing Charge 35c
catur: Ga.-was the overnight'g est department sanitarians. aent tod Jj
,The purpose of the session was .
day of' ){r. and Mrs.' Harry
Mooty' while e route to Miami on to evaluate the course' in'"Teach- \
J bl'Siness.' er Projects in' Health Edu ation"

f Robiri Mullhis is visiting his carried OU! by .the University: of BARKSDALESII

grandparents Mr. ,and-Mrs. L. T. Florida State Board'of Health and
.. thI Izlr in Ocalt this 'week. Local H aILh'D pai-tments during

Mrs. Florence .Abel'' bf Jackson. the summer and to plan for courses 1
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I in the future.Participating ..
ville', Field representative, of the ,
ID NOT DISCOYftmc ; in the program STARKE FLORIDA
Florida! T. B. Association met ;
I. is with the local -Seal oiiimittee.Tt5sday ,. were representatives from, :the ,.... l- : II : T .. '
/ University of Florida, Florida j -- -'- ,' ,., _:,'1
m mlng t'/the''home, of __-'_______n -, ---- -- '-'- _
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Miami, State Education Department t
___: tht: all-nf'\v 1958 Motorola State Health Department, i -
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Phonogriph -
and local health units.
I Thy don't 'you "diseo\'ertt the for seven days 111 your O\\U hOme .4
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1 L Satisfaction of absolutely FREE call BuIlthg- !-
TOI QUALITY
ton's, phone!65. for, reseriatlons Guard, Company -TT --
,"'"" ......'N4II"U BoI.II.IPSAHNBLYTH o..a..-. tC"i; service by .at4ppIng ed''vist) now. 24 hour nkJ..g ,4r ic .. .
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NE\VMAN\ lag us. We car's (cm .. .... ; ., '( \ '
PAUL are your Rev. Donald ,Koitomoor att nd- iTobrrSu: ;, Cay! -' .n. r. ;
.SA1OCAILSUNII.' .._ ,.. best friend. Lii .
ed the Pastors School in Lees-

1 \ Plus J "Touche md Go" Car- burg frDm Monday to f Wednesday.Mrs. Members of Starke_ National ,' "- ; : : "If 'fou'e a, business man who ean't bank day by day dpn't
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I .. toon.f L. E'Loemker of Atlanta Guard .Co.' C ,will' participate f'inan' risk lea'ing cash in'your-sto're 'overnight. Use the Florida Na.

f Steam is not visible What and lfrs. Gene Kathaiiie Zimmerni, of Gai8ea-n and I all. day drill at the Armory 1 I .:, : tV' t tionars,night depository- 'Just' make out your depbsit slip,
\\'ED. \\e see Is steam that has been daughtezv Sunday, 'Nov. 3 is p&rt of the \
THURS. FRI. vile wire vtsitlrig Mrs. Donald 'driby the bank and deposit your 'day's cash receipls. It onIy'takN'a -
condensed in the air Into tiny preparation for the anriuaI, .IG I in- ..
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October 16, 17, IS Kokomoor from SUnday to Thursday' I .. few minutes each ,night and protects yourmoney
globuleS of'\'ater again.WINNER ", I peetion le'held Nhy 14. c pt. ; from loss or theft.
commander I ,
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< t son Of OrIaiido spent the wet1end said this, week. Iitember r I { : '
with 11r. EWell, 'of the .unit' will, be" : ;; : R
and Mrs Law ;
GLENN FORD'I 5 GAL GAS l dngs Cottrell: "of' Leesbiirg on.J' required to report" for duty at ; .,, >> : FL 0, RID,. A 0 n k -
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and ames Cottrell of Gainest'lie p. m. a.nd ,:
I ir' VAN HEFLIN were Sunday guests 'of Kr. 'and untiLi m LaSt week the unit, ... :;i< ,- r r 27IANKS, IN IIIIlIOl104 noiu GIOu,' .' Starke "";4f '
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Mrs. WB.sewel :: WU inspecled ;; : tJ '
and 1lrs.' A. E. comin -' : j ., r c,, > .i..f"'\:: -.... .. ;: .. ., : 3';
Plus ''Cbill Thrills" : "leKinney dertf t ", '.3- _' ,_.t t,>'<
Sport, I were in. Palatka on Sunday visit. Cat. Chitty ,announced ". that ::: : .. ; .

And "Two, Lazy Crows" Catoon. ,r- I ing hissiSter, Mrs :J. .Gfilli an. two men. Jiaye- ,-reenlisted' ..- fco' ; -: .. '., ,'". .. -,,,,. ", a-.' "(,},. ., .',.. -". .. .,. ", S. '-.
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terett[ ,McKinney Is in Miami .- > --:..- One of the Florida Banks serving ALL Florida-
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PACE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 193 I

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As Water RisesBrooklyn Mayor Is Witness Ft. Myers have was his charged vehicle with under fail
Negro State Park ing to I
Tornadoes Romp control as the 'result of a collision

: Case Dismissed, between his car and a vehicle
Area
I ( driven by James Fraser of Mac-
q. ., Construction Set
) Over P. K. YongeContinued The case against; a young defendant clenny. Hargitt's auto heading
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U. S. 301 crashed intoa
south
p- Monday on
r in Mayor's Court -
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Property ': \ :':f .. At Lake ( from Page 1) was dismissed by Mayor W. station wagon driven by Eraser'

*' Magnolia T. Jackson even though the only which had made a left turnin

Mike Goldwire recovered giving front of him at the intersection -
Ponder Dam r 4 witness to the accident in which
Starke possession of the ball of and the
Temple Avenue
Construction of a State park i| the youth was involved .said he

for Negroes on the southeast again. The Tornadoes pushed the I I believed the youth was "in the Raiford Road.

Blue 'Wave back to their 1 yard The mayor said that in his estimation
With a few more shore' Magnolia Lake in Clay wrong. I

the mile-long ravine County should get under way line but were penalized' yards. The reason for the dismissalwas Hargitt was driving too
of the road.
the condition
fast for
rising Magnolia Lake : ,, some time after the 'first of the Bennie Williams then made a 16- that the witness was Mayor
low Lake Brooklyn may s?' year, it was learned by The Tel- yard touchdown run around right Jackson. He said he did not feel It 'was raining at the time of the I

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with water again after I' egraph 'yesterday. end. Again Starke was penalized that it would be fair for him to collision. Hargitt pleaded not ,

ert dry for the past few -- C. H. Schaeffer, in charge of 5 yards and the try for extra make a ruling in the case when guilty to the charge. UI
Residents of the Lake point failed. Fraser who had been charged
the natural the information and education he war the only person to appear
Blocking water-way from Magnolia Lake to Brook- '
area were keeping a division of the Florida Park Ser- On the second down after scrim- in court who saw the accident. with failure to yield the right-
the situation this is this huge earthen dam constructed by an individual property of-way failed to in court
on Terrell Green intercepted a appear
vice in Tallahassee stated that a mage The youth John C. Hargitt of
the announcement that With the creek bed dry, as it has been for several years, the long term lease had been negotiated pass from Springfield. Climaxinga Monday and his $27 bond was

inches of water would holds bark no water. Recent raias, however, have raised the with the State Armory Board 49 yard drive Charles Noegel the score remained 38-13. forfeited.

nolia Lake to start in'Magnolia Lake until it may soon" start uverflouing Into the for a 200-acre tract on the south-, covered the last 19 yards for another During the rest of,4 the game Others forfeiting bonds were ,

Into Brooklyn through 1 TD. The try for extra Starke received three 15 Charles David Wright $37
I that forms Brooklyn's only inlet. east side Magnolia Lake in the yard pen- ,

This additional water opinions'q. Camp Blanding reservation for use point failed so the score was 26-6. alties and_.P.K. received two five charged ,'with speeding in a

best hope for clay for the dam and ventur- 40 inches since last January. The I I as a park and recreation area for Soon after the second half began yard penalties.- P. K. Yonge hada school zone and running a red

the summer heavy oilier ( an opinion that "some kind of recent drought years had causedall Negroes. Lake frontage in the Bubba LaMee ran another job on their hands to hold their I light; George Washington Riggs

brought relief to ) or gate or lock" could be lakes 'in the area to drop sev- new park area'totals 3,500 feet TD for the Tornadoes after they ground and driving ahead was almost Negro $27, backing up and cawing -

the area, had little in it to let the water had driven P.K. back 67 yards impossible. But all thingsmust
through. eral feet, but Brooklyn has been about one-fifth of. the lake's total an accident; Arthur French,

fect on Brooklyn. 1 Magnolia and Brooklyn are part hit hardest of all, losing an esti- frontage. the park official said. 'to their goal. Larry LaMee failed come to an end so. the game $27 public Intoxication; Beatrice I

But. as was pointed i I a chain of lakes in Clay Coun-. mated 20 feet from its normal The 1957 Legislature appropriated to make the extra point. was finished with the Tornadoesstill Williams $27, public intoxication .

recent meeting of ,i that are all connected by level. It has been the subject of $50,000 for construction of Coach Register then put his B "eating up the wind." ; James Wilson Green, $27 I

Brooklyn Association when their levels are suf- considerable study and prelimi- the new recreation facility which Squad boys in the game. On the STATISTICS speeding and Anthony J. Lupo,

one stumbling block in high. .Starting on the nary surveys for a long range will be known as Magnolia Lake first down Bill Hems ran 60 yards Starke P.K. $12 running a red light.

of help for this depleted Blanding reservation Blue water control program, financed State Park Schaeffer said. DavidM. for P.K.'s second TD. The extra First Downs 9 3 I I

if Magnolia spills over flows into Sand Hill Lake by state and federal funds, should Close a Jacksonville architect, point was also good bringing the Yards Rushing 308 139 nEILBRONN MISSIONARY:

ravine. This final Sand Hill is already pouring get under way before Jan. 1. is now drawing plans for the pro- score to 32-13. Yards Passing 0 0 BAPTIST CHURCH

rnan-made dam that a considerable volume into. Mag-. In the meanwhile .'"xake front"lesidents posed park structures which will
I The Starke B Squad then loos- Pass Attempts 3 8 Sunday Schow.' 10 a. m. MornIng -
owner between who now have to walka include a gate house quarters for
Passes
ened up and drove the Blue Wave Completed 0 1 Worship 11 a. m. Evening
Brooklyn has elected : Coy Stephenson Camp Blanding mile or more to get to the water the person in charge a combina- back until DeRitch Green tooka Penalties 75 20 Worship 7:30 p. m. Training

ravine. superintendent, esti- in receding Brooklyn are eagerto tion bath' house and rest rooms a
right end sweep into pay dirt. Fumbles Lost 0 1 Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. :Mid

This imposing dam that another six inches of tap the overflow from Magnolia building' for light refreshments He,was stopped on the drive and Kicks 1-20 3-15 week Prayer Meeting, Wednes.I .
some 15 to 20 feet above in Magnolia will cause it if ant! when it start That's and a boat dock. The area is now

vine bt'd. might not be as start flowing through the ra- why it is likely they will meet being surveyed preparatory to --- -

a stumbling block as it which has been dry for sev- soon with Mr. Grimes and see fencing, and a water system will SEA VIEW J
Sell It Rent h Trade .
however. Local attorne years. what steps can ''be taken to get to installed. Picnic tables and

lendeied "horseback Rainfall in the area has been the water "over, through, or stoves for outdoor cooking are '

near normal this year totaling around" his dam. also included in the plan. AWNING & )' 4]

The new park will be about WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

We are happy to announceWe Health, First Aid Park Theatre Slates three hand a half miles from the SHUTTERS

Class Starts present park at Gold Head .
MondayThe Sal Mineo Picture
Branch. The entrance will take :SO AVOnDS OR LESS One Insertion (Minimum Charge) --.- __ .73: I

Have Employed the Services of a Full Time EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER SO _______._ _______ Ae" Per Word OF JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
off from 21 at Treat
Adult Education Program "Dino." a story concerning juvenile Highway 20.% DISeOUT O\ REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD

Expert Mechanic rill hold the first class in "Home delinquency with Sal Mineoin Road, leading into the Blanding 2Se ADDITIONAL 'I'o'a BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE. Largest Manufacturer In The

Safety, Health ana First Aid"Monday >, the starring role will play reservation. State of Car Ports, Patios

Mr. Jack Sapp Oct. 14, at 7 in I I Sunday Monday and Tuesday: :at Schaeffer said that wnile sev- CLASSIFIED DISPL.Y __________ $1.25: Per Inch First Insertion and AwningsNow
p.m. the Park. Theatre. eral present state parks have designated liMO PKR INCH FOR !StME 4D REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
> room 13-C of the School
High areas.for colored people Have A Local AgentAs
Mineo the role THANK I'p: To :30 Word) |:2.00OVER
Formerly of Lake Butler building. All persons interestedare plays of IT-year- CARDS OF ------ ---- -------
urged to attend. old ex-inmate of a, reform school the'new park on :Magnolia Lake I 50 WORDS _____ ____________ 4 Cent Per Ward An Introductory Offer
will be the
lie Specializes in Tune-Ups, Brake Work and All Auto and the plot centers around the structed park first for Negroes specially in con the I MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS: _-- 4 Cents Per Ward
Special Discounts i
efforts toward his rehabilitation. I :
Repairs Florida Schedules state's park system. It is plan- IOn
I Brian Keith portrays a social FOR RE Unfurnished three bed I
ned to have the in
'Helen worker park operationby NEED TIRES room Lake front home in Key- All
Morgan Story'Filmed who helps Mineo tear
next summer. Get them. now, pay as you ride stone Heights. Phone evenings
down the barriers he has pla ed Ask for our easy budget terms. Keystone Heights 366!.
against the backgroundof between himself and society. Susan Lacy Conway Sales and Service. 3tchg 10/11 Sea View Products

the Roaring 20's "The ,Helen Kohner plays a young worker CORRECTIONIn Union Pus. Station Starke, tfchg Fla. FOR RENT Two bedroom
completely -
CASHABSOLUTELY news item last week ,con-
$100 Morgan Story" playing Sunday in a settlement house frequented a furnished Garage apart- For Free Estimate at no

and at the FlorIda cerning indictments returned bya SEAT all ment on Kingsley Lake. Call Obligation
Monday Tuesday by Mineo. He ultimately is to PLASTIC COVERS for Carl Johns 20 or 45. tfchg
federal in Jacksonville -
grand jury
i depicts the rise to fame and find himself in love with her andis ; makes,and model autos $21.95
,- the, name J., Maurice Ed-: and up. Installation free at BEAUTIFULLY furnished new 4-
Call Starke 34-W
fall near-tragedy of the famed able to overcome the bitternessand Shepherds; tfchg
Lake:
wards was referred to. This was room, bath, on Kingsley
FREETO torch singer. I resentment he has known Rent yearly responsible couple I

Ann Blyth plays the starringrole most. of his life.Parents. an error{as through oversight, FOR SALE 8 x 8 x16 Concrete Mrs. .Beckett, Box 336 Rt. 1. WA.VfilJJ-Route aaleMJiau, laundry -
the..word "Jr." was omitted from Blocks 18c t'ach..FOE' yard. Mortar tfchgFOR and dry cleaning, established -
LOCAL CUSTOMERS ONLY with Paul Newman and Richard Mix, Cement. Sand, Steel and route. Salary and Commission. -
Carlson co-starling. the name.. The name .should have Aluminum 'Wln ows. Also read I SALE-Used '{8 ft. all metal Keystone Heights resident -
To Go been listed as J., Maurice Ed- mixed concrete. Bradford Engineering house trailer with bath. Dicken'a preferred. Apply Starke Dry
AT DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE The film begins with Miss Morgan's wards Co., Phone 94. tfchg I Motor Court. Lake City. Phone Cleaners &. Laundry. Itchg L
early attempts to reach the i U%. 2tcbg -1011A
Back To Scho IAll l HE.'" Buy ACT QUICKLY
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December 24th ... 2:00 P.M. heights of show business. New- Jr.w. WE HAVE anew loan program for Electric Stove $50. Electric Kefrigerator -
r. WATKINS IS NOWAVAILABLE
c. (/ farmers.Loans of -1 to Syearsfur ROUTR '
man and Carlson cast thelcves 12 ft. with freezer
are as
Many Other Valuable Prizes See Us For Detail teachers will be in the entire credit require IN BRADFORD- space $95.!I Both In excellent condition -
of her life with Newman their class rooms Tuesday "THE DEVIL 'HAS: HOLD OF ments of the farmer and his fam .UNION ESTABLISHED: COUNTIES.ROUTE.TillS It IS AN Is and working order. Pos 81,
m *** mi-- -m ** m- -m -* i p i in the role of ily. Gainesville Production Credit Starke. .,Ia.
Larry: Maddux a night Oct. 15, when the A BOY, WHOSE FATHER IS A Association' C'O.:: North Main easy to earn from $%.50 to $5.00 Up
I bootleg racketeer and Carlson hour. Write The J. R. Watkins -
MODERATE Gainesville, Fla. tfchgFOR. per
Bradford
High School PTA DRINKEL"NATIONAL WANTED 2-year-old purebred Angus -
DODOS: SUNOCO SERVICE playing Russell Wade, one of New Co.. 659 W. Peachtree St., bull registered tattoo in ear.'
will hold its annual "B ck ( VOICE.) N. E.. Atlanta, Ga. 4tchg 10/25
Strayed from pasture south of
York's leading citizens.As SALE-Westlnghousft sink and
to School Night. After'short. a dishwasher. Reg. $409.95.:; Sale Starke. Notify Doyle E. Conner,
stardom comes within her ONE BEDROOM furnished apartments phone 285. Uchg
business'session in'the price $399.93.: This will
appliance for rent. Phone 165, W.,T.
452 N. Temple Ave. Phone 314 .
reduced each week until
grasp true happiness evades her Music will $5
Building parents. WRGR Jackson. tfchg
gold. Slade Gas Co. tfcbg FOR RENT-Five room house near
and she is plunged into despair. be allowed to follow the reg.. school. nice bathroom, and

ular schedule of their FOR 14 in. IS' ft. steel ROY ROSE Gas Range 36". good screened back porch. $50 month.
daily 149 S.ALE- x '
$ K C PHONE 5&0STARKE condition. $35.00. Can see at 426:! 62* Grand St. corner Brownlee
children visiting the differ- FLORIDAThe culvert pipe 11.25 ft.: ALSO N.' Polk St. Itchg !St. Phone 137. Uchg
Building lots for sale In South
ent rooms long enough to Gate Subdivision.-Low down
I SAVE NOW pay. MAN OR WOMAN-To take over HOUSE FOR RENT Peterson'sDairy.
meet and interview the Music & _.News. Station ment. ,Low monthly' payments route of established customers in Wanted to buy milk cow.
BILLY. JACKSON Phone 165 c/o
teachers. After. this. the in Starke, Central Truck Lines.* ttcbg Starke. Weekly profits $50.00 or P. O. Peterson Starke, Fla. Up
more at start possible. Xo car
group will return to the thru or other investment necessary. WANTED lady to live In and
cafeteria for refreshments Monday Friday. FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart- Will help. get started.: Write C. take care of home and help with
SAVIN'SEASONon 6:00: Sign on and News ment. Large living room dining R. Ruble Dept 0-2, The J. R. disabled person. Room, board
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during the served by the mothers of 6:05: The Clockwatcher room and kitchen. Gas heat. Watkins Company Memphis 2, and salary. 934 N. Temple Ate.
the Junior Class. Telephone InstAlled. Call 99W. Tennessee. Up or phone 12SW. 2tchg 10/18
6:30: Mark Lee Ra lerson (Mon 489 W. Jefferson St. tfchg
This' has
type program day and Tuesdays only) DON'T OVERLOOK THIS WANTED-Maid to clean office
been found fl\ the past to be once a week. Apply In person
value 6:45: : The Clockwatcher ffUY YOUR Smith Corona Silent If you ...,.,. S150OJM to Invent In Gold House office, 627 N. Walnut
of to
I BEST SELLER great parents 7:00 First News cf The World Super PortabLe before prices ad- thin property I. the City of Starke St. ltchg
America's and teachers alike bringing vance Oct. 1. Lay away now for the results will surprise '0.. The
about a better understanding Roundup Christmas. Nothing down Dol- rental return U over $2.300.00: annually FOR SALE-Good quality Angus
7:15 The Clockwatcher lar-A-Week terms. if desired. after mica and linmraar bull calves weaning age. Doyle
S of the student and of The Bradford County Telegraph. tt There III Iota of room for ..spaB.Iu. U. Conner Starke phone !8i.Uchg.
I the subjects taught. 7:20: BulletinBoard Of Air with ever 70 additional lota. .
(fI f 7:30 Weather Around The Na- Remember thin In City property
Each parent should obtaina BROKE IXTO JIT PASTURE Black
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and In thU time of Inflated valoen.thU FOR RENT-Housekeeping
.......... tion 350 lb. Steer; with 2 inch horns. apart-
1 schedule from his or her U a terrific buy on term that ment. Very reasonable. Private
dam-
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', National Think rant on this' one.dter ed. 210 N. Cherry St., phone 265
7:50 State and
will World 1. C. Conner Rt. 2, Starke B..I.I
meeting. This serve as '
,
.. 'i 3tchg 10/11 or 415-J after I p.m. Itclig
I a guide from class to class. Sporta News 1acre cUy lot. '1'''
1. 8:05 The Clockwatcher 230: : ft. Ionic on street Hide by over FOUND Shepherd Male Puppy.
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_- "" ,. _._,,A FORD EQUIPMENT FOR SALE I 100 ft. The total price I. '.:wG.00. Brown with white ring around
r..''' 8:45: Radio 'Chapel (Ministerial l With 1-3 cask and balance to suit neck. Owner may have by pay-

,....- -, Association) 1856 Tractor $40: Corn Harvester.I parehaser.Lovely ing board and advertising cost.
"J' mounted one-row; Taylorway Tiller.. Contact City Police. luhg
9:00: Five minute summary of 4 blades; Rotary Mower. a'O"; Lift home handy !. everything
News Tandem Harrow. S'6"; Shank Rigid [:: B H with tile bath and kitchen.ThU FOR SALE \1JTIPLTL (0 ACRE
with 2 Cole has It all Gm FAlUIrooni
Cultivator Sweeps; one Garage and bath frame
9:05 The Chatterbox with Betty Planters, with ,fertilizer distributor or Electric, Press tree, beanllfnlrhnbbery home. 96 bearing pecans (Cur-
I Gray, opening and bedding discs; Hear telephone, city urn age tie }Maban Moneymakers). Requires -
10:00: Cedric Adams Show End Crane; Tractor Jack; S-l Cyclone Floored attic and life-time roof about 19.000 cash. If
Seeder P.T.O.: 47" Tilt Bed $1000.00 Mill handle. qualified to deal call Callahan,
10.30 Music For The Missus Trailer with Rack; McCulloch ChainSUw Fla. Phone 2838 (or write P. O.
11:00 Five minute summary of ; Sears Gas Engine, 500 watt 2 B..R. Home on paedstreet I.La".e Box If6) for arrangements to
generator; 5* Ezee Flow. J. L. Orr,, ,. Ha very ale shade tree see this tine property near
r News brownlee Itoad, SR 229 at SR and kbrabbery. Has It* eomplete Starke. Uchg
11:05: Music For The Missus 229A. Starke. 8tp 10/13 bath and deep well. S rum. lot*
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I are lai-linted at this low. low priceof W"AXTED-Whlte or colored per-
at yourFORD 11:30: Farm Roundup DINE AND DANCE-Marao Mo's $3.975.00. Jut 3 tilork* to Paul son to gather (dig) earthworm
12:00: Public Service Place Sailor's Snack Bar. Office and down t.".. 1 use these worm in very large
MMftttftfiaftai Lake. Square dancing number and can make
Klngsley you a moneymaking -
: 12:15 Second News of The World Friday and Saturday night. :Music I have 'buyer waltlac for farm*. offer. If Interested
Dealers -Roundup by Bradford County Playboys. acreage, city lot*. city home, write: 'Mickey's Bait & Tackle
I ; > 4tp 18/la country home businesses and .0- Shop 602 S. Patterson 81.'al-
12:30: Weather Around The Nation
< Make this -" teis. II yon have a good bay re. dosta. Ga. lip 10/18
OF. member, the first step toward n *ale
ASK 12:35 The Van Show WHEN INNEED, I. lUtlag sour property with FOR SALE Small Cast Iron Wood
Perry
Heater. 1 03: 'W.. Madison St.
Acid Test: I I 1:00 Five minute summary of I TOP SOIL WALL REALTY Uchg

If you're the lind of buyer \\ho waits for special CHARLEY JOHNS &: SON News DIRT REGISTERED BROKER WEEKS R.tDlO. TV SERVICE I

bargains )ou probably know that Tall is the timeto 4:05 Chuck 'Denton Show FILL Bos .we Phone 4S7-J 1 nl. SE of Starke. II",... 108We

buy a new car. But did you know that Fall New Car Met SIaingi about this'question: 2:00: Five minute summary: of ALL TYPESTRACTOR 337 N., Walnut St. Stark, PU !acriallc Hadlaa and So Car Repair Kadloa.f !!.._ ,'

are even t'att'rith the '57 Ford? The "A customer was furious News .ALL WORK GCAHA\TEED
reason is simple-Ford has been the nation's leading IJss Trade-II WI ,2:05: The Perry Van Show WORKAND VM'! I'L OPFER'ED RIRCAINEIER BEFORE FHO\B Sgg-H ST\HKK

seller throughout the year, !so we Ford Dealers : when she cut her leg and tore 3:00.Five minute summary of
WANT TO MAKE $15 TO $!5 in
ARowuxt a
1 attractive 20 farm,
can give you better-than-e\er savings. Ande're her dress I News very acre day? Many
on a floor display.She Bulldozing'W.'L. modern 3 bed room masonry dwell are doing' It. Pleas
in a pxfchion' to allow the abs hate top dollar tradein 3:05: The Perry Van Show Light Ing, beautifully laadeaped. well I ant work ;for man or woman. No
on 'oui present car, too! Tbls Is wbt t JaY! S attracted much attention. drained fertile land good graded experience needed. Spare or full
J. '4:00: Five minute summary of THIGPEN, JR. mile lo I time. Will teach and finance
County Read % pavedhlKhwaya.
Come in today! Scll'Cland Action Test any of our When we explained that our News JI- Box 245-D- Alien B& Cbnrcae aehool.baa and you. Write'McNess Co:. P. O. Box
2766. DeSoto
21 sculpturcd-in- models and discover the I'Nab tkls test tfld ynl bkl Fill) Storekeepers Liability Insurance 4:P5 At Your,Request PHONE W- dally term mail See us for price and Tenn. Station 'Memphis.tp 10/18

wonderful deal you can make right now! 6OOWRCR News Parade
would pay her medical Starke, fla.OCB OR THIS ONK. LOST-Mongrel female white with I
(World and National). black
7 tftOt./It tOottati tul I ElSilSt tirau l4uibJ. spots. ,Answers to name
tujtu fi/wtt
costs and clothing damage, 6:30: -8 P. M. WhatABurgerShow. TENT AHKIVEHIABY Store and sal. service ftlatloa with I *'S $t." Phone 331-J. Mrs. Elmer f
Lewis.
itp
Mdciioate tiling jnarter Oar mile I
U fine at she became very agreeable.Is RADIOS REPAIREDAll front down tow Starke. Live and
4etoMkte
the saving All If
Come on in 6:30: Revolving Bandstand Makes earn at home. See It today. WANTEDTO BUY-Used Sewing
there a better- way to achieve .... Ckanre .raatHt Machine, treadle type Phone 165.
7:00: .NEWSIC (News. and Mu- HAS. C.,
customer goodwill?" sic) U w. Can It. 8HEFHERDPfc.. i Nor WELL HOW ABOUT THIS! Itcbg

8:00: Sign Off I Small grocery and nato Mr"I,... FOR RENT-Unfurnished duplex:
3* PAID OV RAVINGS KEY apt. all redecorated. Three' room.
ell
t
Paying off .w. Owner mn
Andrews Motor Co. Saturday STONE STTE BANK KEY Right hereIn and bath. Can be used for business -
beeaaae of disability.
L Johns.&SonAgency Same schedule, as'bove except STONE HEIGHTS. FLA MEMBER I Starke. Call as for partJenalr office. N. Walnut St. Adults.
Charley FDIC._ Can 183-W.. (S3 McMahone St.

1 to 6 p. m. Road- Show List Y.UI Pnerty Pn Sal. WItk FLORIDA REALTY CO. tfchg

Sunday Far*. HM a.. Bm.i.e.. rrp rty Of Starke FOR RENT-Fire room unfurnished
7:30 Sign On Religious programsuntil Free O>*. LUttas house! jnlles east of Hampton -
MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FLA. lit N. Walnut St. TeL 3S3
lye
1:00m.. Jaaale Ha. **. H.veMktat Starke. Fla. on Theresas Rd. $!S per mo.
P. O. B.K SW Starke Fla. Call J. V. Edwards. Jr. County
i:0pto 6OOp.. m. The .Sunday I .i. 8. .a 301 P...ae Wall and air operator lift: Gainesville tfchg
-I/ M you're Interested in an A-I Used Car Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer -. Show HObart 8-2831 tf OFFICE condition FOR furnished.RENT-Heat Will finishto
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Phone 13
Starke,. fit 6OQ: () td 8:00 p. m. See Scbed FOR SAL&-U: : 17 inch T.V. Sets suit tenant. Charley E. Johns, HOUSE' FOR RENT'-Inqulrt Union
Walnut St. tfchg Station tfchi
129 S. Pus
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STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 11, 1957>>
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Officials Sworn In YYYTTYYTTTTYTTTTTTTTYYYYTTyyyyyyYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYT C The girls are busy planningthe I strated that indiscriminate mix.
I City Company Undergoes InspectionCol. I
I program for the year and ing of the races creates explosive
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.... .... .. KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy getting ready for special events. conditions. Tradition cannot be
r d- 1. t j. .-T I... :'.:. Special event taking place this discarded overnight. Neither race

If -- _'. '<.'.' <;'t] :Mrs. J. Russell Young month include a 4-H booth at is prepared for wholesale mixing.
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.. -- '-_' I.........--- ;:.,,',. the county fair and two judging And it is difficult to believe thata
-- -- <' ..........AAAAAA AA A.AAAA.AAAAAaAAA AA.AAAAAAA. in in both want
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= =!, T7 .!,' Hawaiian Holiday Award Church of' Keystone Heights. the Home Judging contest at the this sort of relationship. The integration -

=- :-=; --'. 1"c__ .. .. .. Huntley Redfearn has receivedthe These officers will be installedin North Fonda Fair in Tallahassee. issue is prodded by a
-, :::: 4'. .'.-. .-. take office in '. Last the minority of extremists on both
.:.:J. G =, '" --........ award as Hotpoint dealer in November and year county team
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r t'J. j: :':.::" and for sales January. Officers elected were: won second place.PROPER sides of the color line.
this area '
; group 1 ,
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quota achievement. The awardis Mrs. N. Watson Hardenbergh Only time and patience can

-------! a trip to Hawii and :Mr. and. President; :Mrs. Alma Blizzard, PERSPECTIVEIt solve the racial problems of the

... --- Mrs. Redfearn will leave on the vice-prisedent; Mrs. Carl A. Wis- i ,
is not unusual in the South South. This fact must be recognized -
15th by plane for San Francisco, trup, secretary; Mrs. Charles
for Negro and white civic leadersto generally if an even more
r +- where the trip will Mart off witha King, treasurer; Mrs. Herbert A.
sat down at a common table acute racial relationship is not
get-acquainted party at Bim- Whitehead, chairman of the
+Nr and i I
work out diffi-
community '
bo's Restaurant. After the eve- United Thank Offering; Mrs. L. 4? @ ) 'to result. Continued pressure for
Y culties. It is not uncommon for
ning's entertainment the group F. LaMee, chairman social rela- i indiscriminate mixing could
I Negro and white ministers to
will return to the St. Francis tions.
meet and discuss spiritual quest- easily result in a permanent bar-
Hotel for the night and leave the Rev. Fred Yerkes was a
ions and racial relationships.There rier between the two races and a
next morning for Hawaii. guest for the luncheon and meet-
I are many areas in which dangerous attitude of mistrust
The stay in Hawaii will have ing.
was I segregation is not applied in the which would negate all gains
An excellent report received -
I i every moment filled with sightseeing -
of the work done in the South. made in recent years. TampaFla.
trips, swimming, sailing
I Nearly New Shop. Mrs. Elizabeth But experience has demon- ( .) Daily Times.
City officials being sworn into office far new terms are ((1-r) .a trip up Mount Tantalus for a 1 Holmes is in charge of host- Robert V. Link, battalion commander, inspects Starke Guard -
view of the island
City Clerk Carl Johns, Council members Mrs. Ruby Johns, Councilman panoramic ernes for the shop. Co. C\ rifles at the armory Monday night as a part of the Command
dinner, dancing parties will be
Randal, Chitty, Councilman J. 1) Dojle) Major W. T. Jackson! the order of each evening. Pan Altar Society To Meet inspection heM in preparation for the Armory inspection slated for YOU :

and Police Chief W. E. Thornton. American World Airways Clipperwill The Altar Society of St. Wil- Nov. 14. Col. Link is accompanied by Sgt. Hugh Hutoon and Co. C

bring the party back to Los liams- Catholic- Church.. will meet commander Randal Chitty. I
YYYYYTVYVYYVTYYYYYYYYYVYNORTH Springs last. week. I at the Parish Hall on Wednesday -
this ,
Angeles, where, after a farewell can get 3big
Mrs. Mazzip Pepper and son Oct. 16 at 7:30: p. m. Plans
party at the Moulin Rouge, they
SIDEBy of Miami visited .Mrs. Orene will be completed at this time :
I will be homeward bound. w
Cowart last Friday. : for the card party to be given Home DemonstrationNotes colorful l i ifWfl
I Congratulations to Huntleyand r ;a ,
Mrs. Carl Brown :Mr. and ,:Mrs. Fred Lanier and' 'n the Parish Hall on Wednesday J
the Hotpoint Agency in Key-
grandson, and Mrs. Irene Ander- stone Heights. Oct. 23. Those wishing to play 'fir

.AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA 11 son spent the weekend with Tom- New ArrivalA are invited. byDOROTHY q Y

Mrs H. C. Edwards and grand- my Waters and family and Mr. KeynotesMr. 1
baby girl born to the Lester t, 1
daughter, Donna Hough of Gain- and Mrs Gus Parnell in Lake Eisenachers" on Sunday morninghas and Mrs. George Largen j. ROSS ($2.00 VALUE) II

esville visited Mrs. Maude Wain- City.Miss been named Janice, for her returning from their summer Home Demonstration Agent

of last week. Eva Clark of Lake City home in Massachusetts, stoppedover for only '
wright Thursday paternal grandmother. Mother Home Garden CropsFresh rier gets that needed milk 69c'
in Keystone Heights for a as
spent the weekend here with her II
:Mrs. Orene Cowart and Mrs. and daughter are doing well at brief visit last weekend on their vegetables from your well as a hot soup, which may be
Jeanette Gaskins attended the aunt, :Miss Dora Clark. Bradford County Hospital. garden taste better and often the drunk from thermos cup.
I way to their winter home in Mt.
Associational WMU meeting at !. Mrs. S. C. Harley and Mri. A. Churchwomen Hear Korean Dora Mrs. Largen will be remembered family eats more vegetables if Potato Soup (One and one-half When you buy / /v. t .

Russell Church in Green Cove H. Harley visited their father, Yoon Bock Awh of Seoul, Ko- in Keystone Heightsas grown at home. The reason be- pints) ..' ;

i rea was the speaker at the meeting the former Mrs. Sue Shelton.Mr. ing that you hate to buy food A Carton or Case : .. ,
on Tuesday evening of the that you can or have grown at Peel and slice 2 medium potatoes -
and Mrs. Max Dietshe of
Women of the Community home. peel and chop 2 medium of I
Jacksonville were visitors at the
Church of Keystone Heights. Mr. Gardening is a hobby with onions and dice 2'stalks of cele-
Awh is a student at Community Church on Sunday. ry. Saute in 1 and one-half table CocaColaAt :
the Univer-
former of many people. It offers a good
are parishioners
PAYMENT They
NO DOWN ',sity of Florida, where he is working Rev. Mr. Young, pastor.Mr. outlet for your energy and is as with spoon oleo or butter, then cover Your Favorite I
water
on his doctorate. His wife i is Bob Adams says: boiling and one-half
and :Mrs. Goerge Colgin
also! a student, and on completionof "I hear that milk and garden teaspoon salt. Cook until tender Grocer I
have returned to their home on
their studies they plan to re- and force through a sieve or an'.r try r r is aattt
Ihu
greens u as a!
turn to Korea to Palmetto after spending the ricer. Beat into sieved vegetables --
00 teach. Mr. Awh
ONLY$1 A WEEK has a Master's degree from the summer in Norfolk, Va., where Have snappy things called vita- 2 tablespoons butter. Thin to desired I.I Your friends and family will
Mr. a civilian em- mins
Colgin was
7ur Chosun Christian University, consistency with whole I be delighted when you serve
ployee at the U. S. Naval instal- That gius: health and strengthand milk or diluted
milk.
and is stuyding in this country evaporated snacks picnic lunche
I them TV ,
lation there. A farewell partywas pep Bring almost to boil
\, under the American Korean a and fill
II/I/ l Foundation, an organizationwhich given the Colgins at the Na- And put the ginger in our step." pre-heated thermos. Close at I or cook-out treats on this $|

val Station Supply Dept. You can plant these crops once. I %* 13K')
.,... .. has been headed by Gen- colorful big ((18 x
'. Mr. and Mrs. George Watson now. Oct. 1 Oct. 20
to Broccoli
eral Van Fleet. Starke Senior 4-H Club
His field is eco- I Sturdy decorative;
left Monday for their home in cabbage, cauliflower brus- TV tray ,
nomics and Mrs. Awh is in the The Starke Senior 4-H girls
school of Education, working to- Williamsburg, Va. They expectto sel sprouts, carrots, head lettuce, made up of girls in and around : useful: you'll want &everall ,

ward a Master's degree. return to Keystone Heights in and kholrabi (glorified turnip). Starke) chose Patricia Pellumas

\ The worship service fo? the February.Mr. Oct. 20 to Nov. 10 Onions, their president for this school When you bring! hom th Coke today>,'
-
and Mrs. Robert Dodd Chinese cabbage, mustard, rad- in
;4. year a recent meeting. The
.i
w meeting was conducted by Mrs
\ hosts to of friendson ish, and leaf lettuce. '
were a group rest of the officers are vice Don'tforgetyourTYtrays
.:::: ',.x,,: ::::: A. F. Crosby. The President president -
_: ..' .-......... Friday evening. The occasionwas Milk Soups For Packed Lunches Marcia Miller; secretary. "con" a"'III'YUII faAIII.1w1
.
Mrs.
McDonald
.. .. i ," Sara : announcedthat
., .. -F to welcome home Mrs. Shir- cold days a hot in a Dorothy Savage and the Ceeo ela Comply>kf
.. :' ./ /... .: ; .:. x the organization of a United ley Todd daughter of Mrs. Dodd, thermos is very welcome. You Jo Ann Mobley. The council delegates -

XVs Church Women in this area will who has spent several months in might make that soup a milk are Linda Wasdin, Car- THE ST ARIE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Orlando. soup to be :ure lunch and -
your car- olyn Pellum Barbara Shadd.
take place at the Community
S Henry Hall has returned home .-l
Church Educational =
Building
/t/ on ==
from the Bradford County Ho'spital -
Thursday, Oct. 17. Women from
$ WSXXNSmithCorona where he has been a pa-
? all churches are urged to attend
tient. Everett Fox has also returned -
to hear about the purposes and
) work of the United Church Wo- home.
!
George Malmgren of Chicago: SomethingNetu
.... men. and !
Ill is visiting his brother 44
I WORLD'S FIRST AND FASTEST PORTABLE 89th Birthday Celebration sistfr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. AxelMalmeren.

Friends of William H. Smith .

CHOICE OF 4 MODELS 5 DECORATOR COLORS dropped in during the afternoonand Mr.o and Mrs. J. C. Detweiler I )V

evening on Friday, Oct. 4,
have moved to their home in I $ FAMILYFRED
to wish him well on the occasionof missed
Jacksonville. They will be -
his 89th birthday. Mr. and by their many friends in Key-
Bradford County TelegraphStarke Mrs. Smith make their home stone. *

with their son-in-law and daughter Bolton
I Mr. and Mrs* William
Mr. and Mrs.: S. E. McKay ,
were weekend visitors in Bartow.
I
Florida on Lake View Drive. 7
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook have

I Bill Terry Speaker For Rotary returned from a visit in Holly-

Bill Terry of Palatka was the wood, where they were guests of

I I speaker for the Keystone Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Brust. While

Heights Rotary Club on Friday. there Mr. Cook received the
.
-WD\5o I He spoke on "T. V., What It Is plans for the Brust's new home IMZ

; and Where It Is Going." The for which he will be the contracting ,

program on Friday, Oct. 11, will. builder. The home will be tr

i1tI'' I'k ; J) I feature a talk by E. T. :Martin constructed on Lake View Drive.

: on Effective Letter' Writing. Mr. Brust is owner of the Brow-

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Mrs. William Bolton, Mrs. J. .
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>:l'
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H. and Mrs. Herb Nelson j
.H vw J i1' Mulling, Mrs. Geore Ruf- Mr and
;tlid
j ,,. fini were hostesses on Thursday. were Atlanta visitors over the
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t.$ :$>
r they gave a shower for Mrs. Southern Methodist University

HUT STARE\ Richard Hackman. Gifts were football game. They visited Mr. -
.'
brought in to the honoree in a and Mrs. Robert E. LeBlanc.Mr. .

car-bed the of the and Mrs. Edwin E. Rine-
baby gift
11)11) 1IE.1LTH\ 0\ "RULE OF TDUIB""Rule } hostesses, and included many hart have returned from a visitin (

lovely items. Twenty-six friends Western Pennsylvania. While

were present for the affair. there they attended the Rinehart

of thumb'' i is out when it comes to ill Duplicate Bridge family reunion dinner when 60 DINNER"All

members of the family were as-
First place was won on Thurs-
ness. Each case presents its own problemsthat day night by Mrs. Lorene Logs- sembled. They also spent several \

can be correctly diagnosed only by a ton and Louis ,Kyle. Coming in days at the Assembly Grounds at

second were Mrs. Donnelly and Chatauqua, N. Y. '

physician. Our part i is to compound his prescriptions Mrs. Herb Nelson. Third were Friends will regret to learn of You Can Eat" 'I

Mrs. Carl Carnes and Mrs. E. P. the death Sunday night of Dr.

promptly and accurately.We :Menzen. Those interested in play- Rufus Y. Hunter of Crescent

ing duplicate are invited to join City. He is the father of Mrs.
have three Registered Pharmacists on
Fremont Tolles of Keystone
the play at the Woman's Club
duty in order to serve you bestWe can each Thursday evening at 7:30. Height

give you Quick Service and eliminate any St. Anne's Auxiliary WANTED: Route Salesman I

guess work, as your prescriptions are checked A luncheon meeting at the laundry and dry cleaning, estab- SUNDAY OCTOBER 13 .. 12. 3:00: P.M.

and double checked with our pharmacists.Bring home of Mrs. Charles King on lished route. Salary and commis

your prescriptions to us pay less Wednesday featured the electionof sion. Keystone Heights resident III

and get the best. With our large volume of the new officers for the Auxiliary preferred. Apply Starke Dry

Prescription filling we buy most of our I of St., Anne'a Episcopal I Cleaners A: Laundry. '
Children under 12 75c I
Adults 1.50
Drugs) direct from the factory.. In this I Mr. Parmenter, who is ill in St. Mr. and Mrs.: A. J. Boles and ,

way you are assured of new, fresh drugsat Luke's Hospital. son of Waldo visited Mrs. Maude .

all times and for less money. George Robbins of Shady Val- Wainwright Saturday night.

ley, Tenn. spent Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin and : I" I

Warning! Before Asiatic Flu with Mr. and Mra Reese Scott children were Sunday dinner I SERVED WfFH 2 VEGETABLES AND DRINK "0 .

He continued his way to Miamion guests of the Carl Browns. ; .

Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Zovidika attended -

Strikes, See Your Doctor Mrs. 'Alma Thompson and son services at North Side Sunday. .

Blaine attended a housewarming nightA

About given in honor of Rev. Elzie Bul- fellowship meeting will be \ Restaurant
Vaccination. GARDEN I Iu.
lard and family of Jacksonvillelast held this Sunday at North Side

Friday night. with dinner on the grounds.

Rev and Mrs. E. C. Harveyand Everyone invited to attend.

Koch children were Sunday dinner s. 307 Starke Fla.
Drug StorePHONE guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy THE BIGHT POINT for the ,

Gaskins. way you write. Come In and select
LISTEN TO WRGR FOR MORE INFORMATION
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;>;: rJairr-, ,'STARK, FLORIDA1, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1957; !
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Lutheran Services Presbyterian Church yy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, and appreciation for his devoted publio.is, invite Of_ interest to

H II NEWS OF INTERESt: TO COLORED and wonderful service. Deacon our gIVlIpill be the thy recent
123. E. Washington. St. Friday Adult Choir practice Brooks paid a glowing tribute to marriage of Miss Holly Louise
I Regular services will be held I' 8. p. m. .. CITIZENS OF I BRADFORD COUNTY) Rev. Strong as a builder of the Lee daughter of Elder and Mrs.

4CIIURCK NEWS at 7:30. Sunday evening, at our Sunday Church School 9:45a. :church. Lee to Rev. Robert Lee of Mulberry -

new location, 122 E. WashingtonStreet m. Morning Worship 11 a. m., By Ozora J. Shell First Born Church, Elder F. They were united in holy

J' (near Walnut Street.) sermon by Rev. A. W. Davies, I Howard pastor held inspirational wedlock on Sept. 28 in the First
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The Rev. Myron G. Mader pas- :Penney Farms. Youth Fellow* all On Fri- Born Church of Mulberry. Sister
services day Sunday.
.. tor of The First Lutheran Churchof ships 6 p. m: There will be no No'School Monday4 V We "are anxious to do a better. Brown will Wilhemena Strong, reporter.
I day night Elder M. P.
will conduct the
Ocala evening service since the pastoris There will be no school tor pupils j job' than the women of thechurch fce: in charge of the service whichis
First Christian ChurchRev. Methodist Church services.All out of town.Thursday BANK HOLIDAY
: without a home Monday because of the dist- in their recent rally expected to be outstanding.
persons Junior Choir rict teachers meeting that will which most successful. We
J. E. Sherwood, pastor Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. church are invited to attend. was Sunday. Oct. 13, will be a high The Community State Bank of
practice 3:30 Men 'the be held at Lincoln High School, are asking all of our friends to Elder C. R.
: m. of At 3
Sunday, School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Dine- p. day. p. m. Starke and the Florida Bank. at
Church Supper' meeting; 7Jp .m Gainesville District V is com- help us also. You have always Smith and his congregation will Starke will not be for busi
Morning worship, 11 a.m. A-Mite for the MYF, 6:15: p. m. St. Edward's Church open
of teachers from fol- been members' so we are
posed the loyal
Starke Social
Club'meetingk have of this anniversary
charge
Intermediate and Senior Youth ) ness this Saturday, October 12,
Youth Church, 7
p.m. '' lowing counties: Alachua Bradford asking for continued support
First Methodist' Church your at
for the and
8p. m. pastor Columbus and Farmers
program Day Day
'
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Fellowship, 6:45: ; Evening Wor- Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. .
Marion, Put- the annual
Citrus Levy as we approach
7:30 p.m.Ladies. ship, 7:30.Wednesday. Holy day masses, 6:30 a. IlL and 8 p.- m. The Heavenly Fire Gos- a Legal Holiday in the State of
and Sumter. The and the end of this
conference
nam meetingwill
musical
will
-
Council, 1st and 3rd Children's Hourat 8:30: a. m.Children's. At The Tabernacle pel Singers present a Florida.
the
begin at 9 -a. m. and close conference year. We regret to which the general
Tuesday nights. Catechism Crew each '. \ program
3:30: in Fellowship Hall. Prayer at 3:30 p. m. Several of the I! recent illness of Sister M E. Ro-
Everybody welcome to each Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. Regular services were held at
Meeting and Bible Study, 7:30p. :
teachers in Bradford County berts. She had to be out of school
service. Keystone Heights the Gospel Tabernacle last week
m. have the several days with the flu. We I
key parts on
program.
(At St. William's Chapel) with the addition of the' com-
A friendly church inviting all munion service Principal Anderson will serve as wish for her a speedy recovery. LEGUME
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St Sunday morning.The
FOR DEPENDABLE who will to worship with friendly William's Sign.) schedule 'of meetings during' Chairman of'the Supervisors ,and She is one of our faithful mem
people. Departmental meeting bersand principal of, Wateroak
Principals -
the'week consists of services
Sunday Mass 8 a. m.
Listen to station WRGR Supervisor Shell will makea School. William Holland reporter. inoculation
every
each ,
Termite Control Holy day masses 7;30 a. m. Tuesday, Friday Saturday
from' report for the Constitution .' )
Sunday morning 11:30 till Confessions before till Ma&aei. and Sunday evening at 7:30: o'- -
Household & noon. clock; Prayer Meeting each Committee and Music Specialist Allen Chapel A. M. 1r'. Chord
CommertJWFe
DAY afternoon at 3:30-tand Williams will 'present a special II-
SEVENTH Thursday ; Rev. R. J. Washington pasty:
Control GRAHAM ADVENTIST CHURCH Sunday morning Bible School singing group of 12 voices in. a held regular services on last

Grove Spraying BAPTIST> CHURCH Services each Sabbath In the and Sermon at 10 and 11 lo'clock.A group of songs. Parents are urg- Sunday. We were happy to see FOR COVER CROPS
Sunday school, 10 a. m. : home of S. N: Brown across from cordial invitation is''extended ed to note this announcement of Rev. Washington back after sev- A
Call FR. 6-6035 ing Worship, 11 a. m. .torn-I I Bethel Baptist Church east of especially to all lovers of no school so that children will eral month.of illness. The ser'' ,

Union 6:30: p. In. Evening Wor- Starke. Sabbath School 2 p.. m Bible prophecy to attend the not leave home indicating that vices were conducted by Rev. S. to .
Florida Pest Control ship, 7:30: p. m.Rev.. W. O. Bible Study each Wednesday, Tabernacle services. are to be in school. We' expectall Redic of Lawtey and assistant MI .aw e mc !RA a lilt

& Chemical Co. Collins. Sr., pastor... .- 7:30: p. m.-Arden :Mote, pastor. St. Mark's Episcopal time children Tuesday to return, Oct. to 15.schoolon pastor A R. of Mt. Pisgah and Rev. \ I ... .! .., n.
: Randolph. Rev. Washington -
24 N. W. 16th Ave. THE RIGHT POINT for the CHURCH OF GOD Her. Rajmofld E. MacBlain Talent Show'at R. J. :E.. immediately returned to \ .. nOI ---

Gainesville, Florida way you write. Come in and se- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Services at St.Mark's Episcopal -t' Come- "see, come hear the Gainesville, to see the doctor be- -

lect Fountain your favorite ESTER ItoOK ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Church will be as follows: I greatest talent show of the season fore leaving for the conference ) ....... .....:
Pen. TELEGRAPII Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE 9:45 Church ... .
Sunday: : a.m. Johnny Shaw popular' which is now in session at High .
Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m School and Adult Class 11 a.m. '
= ; nouncer of radio station WOES Springs. Dry A. W. Bowles is :
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. mLA Y. P. S. L. '
p.m. of Jacksonville, will be masterof host. -presiding elder Rev. Smithis
WI1IY. Wednesday: 7:38 p.m. Litany ceremonies. He will tell jokes the host pastor. Don't forgv M
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir! the Sensational
that will make you crack your Humming Birdsof a
Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv Practice. ..
Miami who will in thecafetorium
sides. The music and singing will appear
STARKE, FLORIDA ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30 a. m. ., ,
be most pleasing to the ear, So of RJE on Sunday; HUNDREDS
11A.111'TONCHRISTIAN awaits Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,. come out' Friday night, Oct. 11, Oct. 13-, 7:30 p. m., rain or shine.
everyon and hear Johnny Shaw. Out- This is a trustee presentation
CUUI.CIIChristian for. the benefit of the local of aetails are managed and economically -
I REVIVALSUNDAY Endeavor; Friday, 7:30p. : standing local talent will be pre-
m. Bible Study, Wednesday, FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH sented. The program is being church. We are asking all members I attended that only a trained and

7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship Corner Call & Christian StreetsJ. sponsored by Mrs. Ernestine and-friends to come out and careful organization can attend when

11 a. m. Evening Worship, E. Sherwood, Pastor Thompkins, teacher of 5th grade help us. A donation will be ask the urgent need for serving is at

7:30: p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. Sunday School-10 a.. m. and Mrs. Maurice White, teacher ed at the door.. Louise Broxton hang '
LAST DAYDR. Lord's Supper-11:15 a. m. of 6th grade. This affair is in reporter. ,

NEW RIVER Preaching services-11:20: a. m the interest of Miss RJE contest. Ebenezer Baptist Church held
JESSE HENDLEY EvangelistAtlanta BAPTIST CHURCH and 7 p. m. Come out and bring a donation! special services last Sunday -as \
DeWITT C. JONES
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- Junior Choir practice p. m. plenty of refreshments will be on. Rev. W. L. Strong retired. Rev
Georgia ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serve Wednesday sale. Help these classes win the Strong was honored highly by Phone 7 Starke, F a.

FRANK EIFERT Soloist ... 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Ladies Council meets first and contest Annette Barbara Shell his congregation and friends all i ; --
Song LeaderOf Funeral Director Ambulance Service
v.ednesday, 730 p. m. Everyon. third Tuesdays at 8)1 m. reporter. day. The closing program wa,

L.... Orlando, Florida Bible." Everybody invited to all ler Fair Committee conducted by Mrs. Annette Bry I Our local funeral hOme enables Q to otter conretlenoei aad

: "- vices. At a meeting last Thursday ant Phillips Prof. E. R. SheL 'erneea not .th rwUt available. ,
BROOKEK BAPTIST> CHURCH! morning in the American Legion gave the autobiography and tribute -

Rev. C. Bruce Stallings, pastor NORTH SIDE Hall of the fairgrounds with to Rev. Strong, and muss;' I 66 16 _," 61' I ,.

Sunday School 10 a. m.; morn BAPTIST CHURCH Commander Guy Andrews. pre was furnished by fo-Ebenezer
Madison Street t Baptist ChurchPresently ing worship, 11 a. m.; training Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn: siding, Principal Eddie Thomp Antioch choirs. Most of the' min: accept AT I life insurance policy in force, Isaaed by ANT

union! 7 p. m.; evening worship ing Worship '11 a. m. Training kins was elected chairman of I isters of ,the Jerusalem Association eeD\paDl.U: payment la part or in'full on,-I fiuunLx
8 m. Union 6:30 m. Evening Wor : were present. A cash gift
'
( p. p.
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Meeting
Washington and Consultation carrie
Grand no 'obJlnUau.
.
Sts.
) Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer :Meeting committee r was presented' to Rev. Strongby J

Good Singing Forceful Preaching 8 p. m. | Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone successful participation in the the members as a token of-loveI I
,
welcome.- E C. Harvey, pastor Bradford County Fair which will n.

EACH LORD'S DAY EVERGREEN begin on Monday. Oct. 28. According ';'0.' ,... u 10 _:-w '" ,.,. I
BAPTIST CHURCHSunday HEILBRONX MISSIONARY to '
an announcement WAIT FOR THElc
School 10 a. m. Preaching BAPTIST CHURCH .from the chairman, all
Sunday School _________________ community
--- _-_ 9:45 A.M. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: Sunday Schow, 10 a. In: Horning clubs and patrons are inviter

Morning Worship -_-_____-__-_______t 1:00 A.M. p. m. Preaching 7:3e< p. m. Prayer Worship 11 a. m. Evening to participate: in the exhibits. A
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m, Worship, 7:30 p. ml' Training proposed entry list has bed

Training Union ----____________________ 6:15 P.M. Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid i furnished Principal Thompkins REXALL SALE
Week Prayer Wedne'sI1IGIILAND
Evening Worship --_-_________________ 7:30 P.1\I. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Meeting .> J .by Miss Dorothy Ross WhQ is
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor t'hairm'll'of:' the women's divis ,
:
Bible School, 9:45 a. m. MornIng ion. Citizens
!
enter
may
I BAPTIST CHURCH any qr

Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial In- Church Worship, 6:30: p.11 m.a. AU m. Youth young Sunday School 9:45: a. m .,all canned of the fruit following!! & vegetables for ,prizes jams:, OCTOBER 14TH THROUGH 20THPROTECT
vitation Morning Worship, 11 a. m. an d<
To Invited. '
Worship In Starke's Youngest Church people : jellies, ,
7:30 p..m. Prayer Meeting each I preserves, pickle, relishes = a w to

Nursery open for all services Room for all. CHURCH OF CHRIST Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev baking clothing, such asaprons I.I.I
Jr., Minister I George :Chjsra skirts school dresses:
C. L. Overturf pastor. Everybody: ,
Sunday Sunday School, 10 welcome. -" party dre!y>ees home improve- ; PR FAMILY AGAINST FLU

REV. JACK II. :MARRY, JR., PastorP. a. m., morning service 11' a. m.,. 4 ment articles which will include :

T. NOUN, Supt. Sunday School evening Wednesday service-, Bible 6:30: p.study m., 7:30p. ASSEMBLY IHWAY, OF CHAPEL GOD pillqw ,cases crochet,, hand articles towels, lamps bedspreads NEW( IMPROVED VITAMIN FORMULA

J m. G.; M.1 Ohljome,1 Pastor rugs, luncheon sets, scarves, pot
Sunday*School- a. m. Morn, holders, dish towels. All articles
I ---- ing Worship, 11 a. m.< Evangelistic must be labeled and must be put
Service, 7:45 '0. 'm. Thursda In the hands of chairman Thom-
f' weekly prayer service. Invitation liking or persons designated by

extended ,to ,everyqne.ElAGSLCy him so that they may be placedon PlenaminsI
REVIVAL 'LAKE exhibit in the Legion Hall be- Super
MISSIONARY BAPTIST tween 9 a. m. and 6 p. m''''Mon

Sunday School 9:45: aja. Morn day, Oct. 28. All cooked foods

ing Worship 11 a.m. Evecinj like pies or 'cakes & cookies I
Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer MeetinJ must be put on the tables by 10a.

each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone m., Oct. 29. The four areas for,
i
xfaiDON welcome.-Rev. H. H. Uott exhibits this year will be: I, Arts THE LARGEST T SELLING MULTI-VII AMIN

r'k CHENOWETH pastor. 3 and, Home Crafts Economics; 2, Manual; and Training'4. Com-; y

'e it CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST munity Exhibits from adults 'in '

'* Evangelist LATTER DAY SAINTS the clubs churches or other coin, INIHE UNITED STATES
= Services each Sunday In ol< munity groups. All entries will

Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday receive prizes this year. Mr. I

Author School 1A a. m. SacramentI : Huggins County Agent also served -
Service 6-:30 p. m. Everyone we! : 'us. one of the 'consultants ;at One .tablet contains 12 Minerals 10 Vitamins 'Liver and Vitamin IM2
I come. this .)
planning meeting. t
Church News! One tablet a day provides you with MORE than your minimum requirement of ail

Radio Speaker PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS -Mount Moriah Methodist 'Vitamins. -with, known, niinimums :! plus 12 Minerals and Liver Concentrates. : ,

:: CHURCH Church, )Rev.. A. E. Stripling I : V
Sunday School, 10 a m.; Morning -
pastor will hold<< regular serviceon UPER PLENAMINSGive
You Will Thrill At His Dynamic Presentatign I Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange-;- Sunday starting with Church

listic Wednesday services,-7:30 Prayer Meeting' School at 10 a. m. Supt.V.. you all of these in one Daily Tablet .
The
: Of Gospel 7:30 p. m. Brooks in charge. Morning worship ,

p. m.LA1S'ItEY at 11 a. m.:; evening worship Vitamin A B-1 B-2 B-S B-12 -.- C' D E

CHURCH OF CHRIST at T p.: m. The'captains for Folic Acid i -:-'' '' Gina lt\i\ids Pantothenic Acid Plus all 12 of these Minerals: Iron

the Trustee pay. Rally Sunday, Calcium Phosphorous Iodine Copper Cobalt Manganese'\ ,- Molybdenum
JOHNSTOWN (presently meeting in City HaIl) r- >
BAPTIST CHURCH Oct .27, would like for all 'theme.D:1b
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. in:, to '' Potassium Zinc and Nickel
: rs make a full\ 'report.
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worship a. m. !
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Evening Young people's Bible I as and children of Brookaville, SUPER PLENAMIN
Miles From Lake Butler on Macclenny Highway JIN ONE
study, 7; preaching, 7:30. .1 and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns Jr. .
Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p. :
m. of High Springs You get: More, Vitamin A than 3 qts. .of Milk ,More Vitamin B than 2 loaves of

OCTOBER 13TH THRU 20TH Radio ProgramStation bronn Mrs.'and Delbert'Mr. and Green Mrs.of'Roberta Heil- Bread More; Vitamin{ C than one Orange More Niacin that Mb''. of Lima Beans

: WRGR, Monday, 6:3.0: $) a. m.: of Hillcrest' were Sunday- after -: More -Vitamin:D than ,5 Eggs- More- Vitamin B-2 .than' 10 Pork Chops., -.

noon' guests of the James Laven,
7:30 Each Night .. ........... ... ..yy. V

LONG BRIDGE i ders.Mrs.. Meadows Anderson and ALL. THIS FOR LESS ;THAN 7c .DAY

Also Hear children of Deland spent Saturday DA,
AND NEW RIVER and Sunday with Mrs. Emily 36 TABLETS 2,59

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SING. YOUR> "i.FAVORITE GOS Johns family reunion 'was i I last:weekend Forsythe: Apopka- I i 72 !
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PEL SONGS AND HYMNS held'last Sunday at the home :of Mrs. :Mabel Long, Mr. and Mrs. V
Mr' and Mrs. Smith Johns, the U. S. Rhoden' and Bill Dukes 'of' 144 TABLETS ,$7.95MITCHELL'S '

old Johns homestead. A ,larpf Jacksonville were Sunday'guests
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crowd of friends and relatives at of' }.fr. and Mrs Troy''Dukes.

tended. Among those living'awy : JMr. and :Mrs. R, V. Turner of

_Pgn't .Miss i ,-Tbes: $. Inspirational Seviccs.REV. $ from here were Mr. 'and Mt I Ocala visited' their son-in-law : DRUG STORE
Everett Lane
and Mr and Mrs. and daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs.
Tinker .Johns of4 ,. # ".1
St. Petersburg, Fonie Crews, last Stmday.Mr. .
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s Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Moody: bf and Mrs John pikes '
Lakeland, and Mr. and'MrsV Ramie spent from )Friday until Sunday. TM Jt n

.D A. ;C REEK, Pastor\ Johns of Jacksonville. Mr. iq White Pond, s.c.1th Mrs" -
and Mrs. Denzil Thomas of'Lake: Dukes{ father. ;' Sam. .Hair: and Phone 64 _--- We Pick'Up"and Deliver Prescriptionsp .
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FRIDAY-OCTOBER ,11, _1957 BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, ft A.SVLORXDi_ ,"r.t!! VTVH

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'..wYnn" ............ I' it: assessed ful- Dated this 2 day of Oct., 1937. !>i Lot 1 ftlk "i 'nI'll\ '
"" worth swore in new officers and I.YYYYYYWWywy..9YY son of Palatka'xpcnf Sunday'with of It* right ofwa :of Sta't.Road In which was are as
20Q for FOIXT OF BEGIN' towe (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, vu:4: W of Uj;') Sec. 32 T 6 S.R. :%
councilmen. Present for the -- -- -- I Mrs. Griffia' matter. .Mrs.., NdliaWilkei :;lNO' and. run: -lhen* t-iu, a Certificate' 1. Yearuf: luu- :Clerk of'' Circuit Court of Bradford E.: '

HAMPTON meeting were ihe-new mayor'-Jr- LAWTEYdy son.'- "--- -"-i"J *i11-* Xortherly direction' along i =said sure 1S43.Description. 1 County. Florida. 10/4 4t '10/25 same in \\liKli i ass 'tst'U' Kdna J.

I H. Parker; clerk, W. H. Max- Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips Easterly boundary a distance of of Property: m acre AOTICE OF ,\P..UC.TlO'Oft: Hal"y. tAll
633 feet to .an iron stake; run in .N\\r corner of S',i of S\Vj of of said :property vvlng In- the
67 AIn. D. E. 11111 well; marshal Marklee Norman; Mrs. Joyce T. YntcbAaaaLaA4AeAAL41. and daughter of Starke stoppedby thence in an* Easterly directionat SW 4 X of Rd. Xo. 3 and W, of Ud. TDHKU County Of Brddfonl, Mate' ol Kta.1'nleso .

Frank Williams H. D. May, D. to see Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. right aacl. to aforesaid No.5 Sec..IT.6S R20. S'PI'. 19-l.ii. P.S.Notice such ceitu'u-ate or teilifkatee -
&ALAAAALAALAAAAAAAAALAAh and enroute rfrom Easterly boundary' a distance; of Name il\ which assessed.. Elizabeth is hereby given that T. J. shall be redeemed airoiding -
Phillips family .
E. Hill, D. H. Crawford, councU- $69.45 feet; tq[ an iron_.state oa Haley., l '> Alderman the holder of the following to law the property d, ..rrihed
Dinner! And Reunion I men and also outgoing mayor : 1fr. land Mrs.t.jesse Snarling of : a visit with Mr.:. an4 Mrs. Leslie the Westerly boundary of the I 'All of said'property beinjIntheCounty certificates has filed said cer- in such certificate or certificates
I Honor \V. 31. Slades! ; Barlow, were weekend guesta of Phillips and son' ilu Callahan.The right. of'.way of.the. Seatioard AirLine of Bradford State of }o'la.Inle tificates for a tax doed to be issued ,, will be sold to the highest bidderat
Wadsworth; and outgoing coun- Railroad' ; run fhence IIt'a I s "such .certificate or certificates thereon. The certificate numbers the court house floor Qn the first
: I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slade iilmen J.V.. Home and W. H. Mr. ,and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Floyd Kings Of Heilbronn Southerly direction: _1 ngiatd I shall "'be redeemed aocoiding'to I land' years :of issuance, the dt'scriP-1! ;Monday in ;Month of .November,
were gue.sts of honor last Sundayat !I and Clyde. f tlira. visited the Francis,tCampbell ;and AV fterly 'boOndary. 'a''distance UTV the' property dewribed1in ,1' tion of the property, and 1957 which is the 4 day orxo\'tw-
3riffin. of S71. S _feet|o an Iron stfcke6n .'such certificate or certificateswill in which it was assessed' are. as. follows her 1957. .
to the L. Sunday '
returned C. family ,
: Margaret Kelly King on i '
dinner and
a birthday family work aforesaid Southerly, boundaryof hf ,old to the highest bidderat ; Dated this 2 day of Oc't.137,
reunion at the home of their son Anyone wishing mowing I.the Hermie Kelly home on Wednesday afternoon.I .* i XW4. of SE t i; run' thence In ,the courthouse door on the first34oniayin Certificate No.' 48. Year of Issuance -' (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby,
done by the city should contact: I after a..visit with..Mr.i and Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gaines- a 't'esterly'dlrectIon along- said I i Month ',of :JCovember, 1553.Description. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
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and daughter-in-law: Mr. and I Southerly boundary 'a' distance ]11957 which" is_ the 4 day of Xovera- of Property; Wn of County Florida. 10/4 "U 10/25
Mrs. Lester Slade at Hampton Councilman May. Mrs. Roy Tomlinson of New Riv- ville and Miss Elizabeth Terry of 906.84 tee-t-to-p int of begin- I .'

Lake. Thirty new crepe myrtle bushes .r. were business visitors to Jack- sing; '

out Mrs. T. Everett Burney of Jacksonville sonville on Thursday. Mrs. Strick- ,and to Raymond H.- Rollins as _ \ '
been set by
Mr. Slad was 76 on Sept. 2, have I :administrator' of the estate of Andrew _.

and Mrs. Slade will be 69 on Oct. J. Alderman, representing the spent Saturday afternoon with, land and remained with her sis.' .' M. Rollins,.deceased; t. .v-w... ...w">w*:. ., '.?Wr" W*.':<*tS .. :. .. ..";. ':"..''Mo.'_....:'''',. .,,.'"P''''''<-. '.'''.'..''':'' '',.'>:, :>''.'''
committee for his mother Mrs. Georgia Ann ter overnight. GREETINGS: You are hereby '.-'.: /: : ':., ::v. : : : .,.S'., : ': : .."*' .'i.:',' ... ,:..;.. ,' ; :
wSs
:13, so the affair was in honor of i\ beautification I notified that a suit In equity has ..::.<;.;: .,}Hhrv: :. .......,..... : *&. .. .'*,..*....":.t'o",. '..-. .. : ... '..,
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both birthdays. They have 24 \[ Hampton. They have been placed _I Sapp. He told her of the dedication Mrs., Edward Beebe was in been brought against you and each ,, ..": 4s ? ;'.",. : .;<:'' '...: ....,..... ;.r.;: ,. ..>,.:.". '""'".".. ..,... .,".... \ .;<.. .. Y'l\. > :-
I near the cemetery at the west I|I of their new Second Advent Jacksonville) on Monday eveningfor 'of you and also\ against tEVadford ,. .. !E" ,.:" '." .'w "t d.\:
reat-gr&ndchildren. | Christian Church which was held visit with her Mrs. I County, a political subdivision of :
sister
the en- -.a S iIrev-aIue'
Among the 40 for thc city limits, and along the State of 'Florida. Ben Suslow, : % ,,/ : :: :
present on Sunday. His daughter-in-law, Houston. .
trance to state road 325, in the Woodie A. J. Thnae;/.ff.. Leon Rosenberg. : % $
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2 'x'l'
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occasion-were Mr. and Mrs. Ver- is to be Mrs. Pete Burney was the first. J.lr. and Mrs. Danny Bessant Sam Rosenberg, City 9f'Starke, a \ : .
non Slade, Jr. and daughter of same section. The city candidate to be in the' Florida nunieipal 1 corporation. Della '
baptiaed
i and family, and,:Mrs Cecil OlssoAotjacksonvilje
;
\ P. Hardy
for their upkeep. Rosenberff'and! pouglas '
I at'53
Middleburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. i responsible rrrsnnaN I I new .church. v .t .j I 8jenl(Friday with la1 dtfenlsnur i i&' tbo'lre; ?Q- : )'r ;unmatched |
and Griffis of titled Court and'cause by Albert
Hendry children of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Oscar the Lee Green family. They were .
I Williamsand Hartmann as curator of the person Iv :';. '\ * ; Mr. and Mrs. John Bright Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacksonville were weekend guestsof all in Lake City in the aflernon and property of Elizabeth Letsch ": ".,,*..y..: f"* > ..8 .'
and children of 'Jacksonville: and children spent Sunday In i Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt. to see George Prescott in the Vet- an ,incompetent plaintiff: that J ; ,
I I the relief In said suit is to : '
sought !
from Hampton, Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. I' Fonzo was surprised with a birth- erans Hospital. remove clouds from and quiet' an4 :,:: ;t k.bottothprif

Vernon Slade iir. and Mrs. Don- Arnold Haddock and children. day party by several of his Miss Carol Norman of High- confirm plaintiff's title to the aliot* __ \

ald Slade Mr. and and Mrs. H. B. Hinson and friends on Saturday evening.Mr. land was the ,Sunday dnerguest described lands as an indefeasibletee ... .. '/, ... .. .. .... .. ,. ,.
Mrs. Avory Mr. ;- simple title thereto against the __ ,: .".4 '<:'.''. .'."'s'; ""' .".. :" ,s. '.. '.. ,..; .;; : "I' : t. ,...'" :>': .o f"'. .f .
Blade and daughter, Mrs. Pauline children attended the Homecoming and Mrs. Bobby Bennett of Miss June Brown. ,,j claims of you and each of you; and ; :"$" .t.f ..' : : .; : h "'
i t \t. ; ,
Disney, Fred and Mike Peeples, i I services and dinner at Boat- and family of Dayton were weekend .The Allan Hart ,family and you quired are to summoned file ycur. ordered written and answer re? ..'.. .: ..."..". .,' .-. .....:... ...-.,.. :.,......:.....-,..-.".""'"' It

I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade and drain Baptist Church on Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mr Nancy Keene w.r,. |n 'Mjaccjennygn or defenses to thecomplatht'1n said : r- ,

-r daughter, John Ward, Mrs. Jessie Mrs. Wesley Griffin >and Rafuse and Joan. f *.. : ,Sunday,for a .visit .'yithMi' cause in Clerk the Office of .said.Court of tn, undersigned .jat}. / I
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and and Mrs.' Yfnice i Keene an4 : _
I May Cooper and daughter, daughter Phyllis returned last > Starke Florida on or "before the

C. W. Slade, the host and hostess week from a visit to Stewart, son visited Mr. and, Mrs. C. i 1\0 I family t';,' .:J ')' ;> j 28th day of October. A.D.Jn'Uolli1f: 19&T. and 'S Stop-Notch Tread Design
V.
Whitehead and at of to serve a daughters Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Boque
,, and the guests of honor. Miss., and her father, Louis Knight plaintiff! V attorney whose ;, .f : *
New-Old Council Meets returned with them fora Kingsley Lake on Sunday after-II' Rochester, N. Y. were guests of address is Starke: florida. on or ,'P.; *
Brazeal
I noon.F. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton before said date as "required by the 3.T Cord Body More Durable' Tread
Committee Named two-week visit in Hampton.Mr. Laws of Florida and the 1954 FlorIda ..1V3T
nr ifci
suffered heart at- r
J. Beebe
a from Friday until Monday. They Rules of Civil Procedure. If I', .
I Both new and old councilmen and Mrs. J.V.. Home visited tack at the First Baptist Church visited Stephen Foster Memorial you fail to so do, a decree pro con-
and city officers met jointly for friends in Dunnelon on Sun- feiao will be entered against you
H Starke and
was Mr.
on Sunday and and
at White Springs.
"} for the'relief demanded In the
the com-
organizational SUPERCUHION''bGOODAR
meeting of day afternoon. rushed to Doctor's Hospital, Mr. Mra..h Norm.an Hamilton: and blunt.b l \ .. _rt f"f 4rt :
r f tHt oJ af
Hampton City Council last Tues- Mrs. Lilly Bias of Tallahasseeis and Mrs. Edward Beebe and Mr?. d&ughler: Cathy in GlistsvilU, duri jt"lit berellY r.1'J that this'
day evening, Oct. J .at Order and notice shall be
published
< Hampton visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. F. J. Beebe visited him there on ing the weekend. '
City Hall.A. once a week for four consecutive \
Melton and family near Hamp- Sunday- evening.- Miss Irene Bagwell and Hurley weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
C. Dennison was elected ton. Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Anderson's r I Keene of Houston, Texas have visited a newspaper published in < '
Bradford County. Florida. and having -
council chairman and committees Pastor :Marvin Faile of Hamp- home was the setting for a family Mrs. Nancy Keene recently.Mrs. a general 'circulation in said .

were named as follows: fines dinner on Sunday. Those at- Bryant Reddish spent County. r -
Church is conductinga
and taxes Crawford, Hill) and ton Baptist tending were Mr. and Mrs. Mon- Thursday and Friday with her WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
revival meeting thia week atKing's said Circuit
Court 8" Bradford
Williams; streets and sidewalks, roe Wilbur, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar mother, Mrs.. Frank Dorman, in County, Florida, and the.seal of -

May1 Crawford and Williams; Point Baptist Church in Stalling of Green Cove, Mrs. Jacksonville.Mr. .' said Court at Starke. Bradford fits most FOrd1P1yflUUJth I ; $' f ) 35 ;
Guest speaker ,
Tenn. ,
County
Chattanooga Florida on the 20th day
sanitation. May Williams and Churchin Daisy Thompson and daughter of and Mrs. O. J. Anders and of September A.D.. 1957. .....

: Hill: electric lights, fire protectIon at Hampton Baptist Starke, and )Ir. and Mrs. Regi BiUY attended; homecoming :,t (CIKCUIT COUQT SEAL) Nashw ChevroIoK 1p -
his absence, both last Sunday, !
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Hill. Williams. and Craw- nald Cubbage St. Augustine.Mr. Maxville Baptist Church. CHARLE A. JJARBT. S "4 ,- .' ( ,
ford; and rules and ordinances, prayer meeting on Wednesday and Mrs. Jimmy Ray and Mr. and Mis. Fred Moore had Clerk of ,' Circuit, Court of d7Os14aa

Crawford" Hill and May. and next Sunday, is James Simsof family of Jacksonville spent Sun- as Sunday guests Bob and! Bruce: HQJtis Bradford V. KnlJht.County Florida.. Hudsons,' and StiTdetfakers. j'StopNotcb ;
ttore, for
I :; .
Gainesville. T" A Wvl 'i \ .
Total coat of repair work and day with their lather Yetn Royal of.Tamp and Mr.and Mrs Plaiatift. I A

new work on sidewalks Mi. Sara Rucker returned to Padgett, and family. Billy Torode of Gainesville. Fred- tIn 4t 10/1'. Jk?* J41J WWJBiJ'C-' *''

streets don. last month and her home in Rome. Ga. last ,Mrs. Alice Green and sons of dy Moore went home with the NOTICE TO AJ'PA. I. I tread tI'4 9 J-TCwdkbfrongwi, tT tl! {'f.,;. ,..."

I $1251. $368 was for sidewalks was ; weekend, after several weeks'visit Jacksonville have moved to the Royals for a visit. IB flerldat Clre.lt I.c..c ChaBcery.a.....'.. c..fT.- ; sign 8iv..pf .stop- molt r.Mjmt the"' plvti txJfa .* .. .,

$336 for
for 'street repair and' miscellan Marvin Faile. Prevatt ,and family.. family of Jacksonville; were Sunday Aon )!.. BIack1eil Defendant. '
Clarence Griffis .who has beenin ,.. Case No.. 18-40S 16 fits older model Site '.10 15 'fits mdft "" II
eous. Mr. and Mrs. :Milton Misner dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hvtlee T. A" em.. ."..: Size 6.00 x x

Outgoing Sun the Army and serving in Ger- Carl HilJiart To: Ann Af. Blackwell, whose 01 Plymouth, Ford, Nash, Chev-\QI-195 Dodges, Buicks, ashutW l 1.ro1et
: Mayor ,((3. P. WacLv and son were dinner guests
residence and address ...
ia7204
has ''been discharged and is Bare ,
day in Gainesville with the Rev. many, The R. C. Bryant family eD'Yed nett Road Bethesada. 'Maryland.. _and Studebaker. Oldi, ;Mercuryi, Pontius.
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. a picnic lunch at Har .on You are hereby notified U..t. and Hudson
4 Charlie T. Smith. Rev. .. .... <<
GNANN I and Mrs. Mann Gnffcs.: Lake on Sunday. suit for Divorde PM,_ 1ec..w.1I. .Iu" ...
Smith. pastor of Pine Grove hat been filed against! yon' tn the
now Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly were BilUGrefiv whO 1 h$' teen a pa-, above named Court and cause and Payaslittl.asT.25p.rweekl/ I 1' r. .. i

PLUMBING CO. church near Gainesville, vwai business visitors to Jacksonville tient Edwards you are required to serve a of
in W. T. Hospitalin copy
I pastor of the Hawthorne Baptist Monday afternoon. Tallahassee, has been discharged your answer the or pleading the complaint MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES' THAN' ON ANY OTHER ,I( ]
on plaintiff's
: 118 Court Street Church when Mr. and 'Mrs. Mis- TestonKeasMr. and has returned to his home William D. Morgna. 507 Attorney Clark IN' a

Installation ner lived in Hawthorne. and Mrs. Charles El wood Building, Jacksonville 2, Fla. _.
and Service and file the original In the office of
1 Of All School News Keas of Sacramento, Calif. announce here.Mrs.. Daisy Stewart of Heil the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or iSeivi >
Types
Mr. and :Mrs. H. Garth Spencer the marriage of his daughter bronn spent Sunday with.Mr. and before the GOODMAN'S Station
28 of
Plumbing: & Heatinjj of Gainesville arc the parentsof Marjoria Alice, to Vernon Mrs. John Crews and family.Mr. otherwise day the October allegation 1957;of atM 1

a son, Stephen Dale born Lonnie Teston, U. S. Air Firce on and Mrs. V. D. Dickinsonand Complaint will be taken te con- I'' SEEBER D. GOODMAN

Dependable and Expert Sept. 10 in Alachua Hospital in Saturday Sept. 7, in the First Mrs. R. J. Cornwall and. babyof gassed- This by notice: JOt 11. shall be publishedonce -

a Service Gainesville. Mrs. Spencer was Methodist Church, Sacramento. Jacksonville were Sunday dinner each week for four consecutive. : U. S. 301 at South City Limits

Economical l }!Prices I teacher for fourth 'and fifth I After short-wedding trip, M,.. guets of )If. ,net Mr'.< P. G. g'aph.weeks u the Bradford! -.:County Tele : ::1- -p -

PHONE 514J grades at Hampton Elementary and Mrs. Teston are residing in Wilkerson 'and Miss Gloria An- Dated this !5 day of Sept., 1957. - -- ... .....

School last yoar. Barstone, Calif. Verpon\ has tWQ er8Qn. They all had supper with (.OFFICIAL-- Clerk SEAL! of)the Charles Crreutt&.Darby Court ..

Night more years in the service. Ver the. H. R. Barretta of..the State &
Call Collect 2896 Phillip Keyes returned to ] By UarUn L. Croiby, Deputy Clerk
non's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon- Farm. ] ... 4t 11/18
school this week, after a two- ?117

Keystone Heights weeks trip with his parents to me Teston, were in Sacramento Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews IB The CftBBty J....'. Court I. tableS WHY

I I- I Lynn Ind. for the wedding and a two weeks nd family had dmner\ with' the AB Ma.* F IB.r Probate.flradf.rd,f..t,.. Flor- J'IIffe' can s

if Marklee at Hill
Padgetts Clay on
visit.Mrs. IN RE: Estate of Franklin C. Hol-
d. Effie Miner had as guests Sunday. fings orth, deceased.. .
.
r during the weekend her granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Young NOTICE OF SALE!: : -
Pursuant to of
an Odrer the
Mary Ann Motes an l ol Staikc vuUed Mr. an.4 Mrs. County Judge of Bradford. County ;

her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Ralph Wise and sons on Sunday.Mr. Florida the undersigned, as Administrator (
and Mrs. Lonnie E. Roberts of of the Estate of Franklin '
and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt C. Hoilinswortheceased, will ,4trJIf 1a

St. George, Ga. and family visaed. tbe, J. Pre*" offer at 11 0 clock am. on the 31st

Rev. ,McKinley ol Gainesvillewas valt family in Starke and Mr>'and the day of October, 1957, for public sale
following. real
I the guest speaker at the First Mrs. Sidney Starling and family' erty. to-wit: described, : prop-

Methodist Chuich'on Sunday and at the State Farm during the Beginning at the Northeast corner '
ii'f held conference while : o{ Lot Five .(a) of Block
quarterly \weekend.
f iN1I Eighteen (18) of ,the original
I here. Mrs. Callie Griffis of Highland Town ef Starke. Florida, accord.

I JZi; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and came tq .se Mr. and. ,Mrs..R. H. ing of to record the map in Deed or, plat Book thereofas "N'";; .... ,..

family visited the Jacksonville Zoo Wheeler and famUy and Mh, and page 759 of. the public recordsof

last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Levin. Griffis, on Sunday.( Bradford County, Florida and
thence run West Fifty (50) feet,
Mrs. L. S. Tanner and daughters ,. Allan Carter i and >Mrs. JUattieCarter thence run South :Twenty (20)

and Mis. Bill Zack of Day- were in Jacksonville. ,on -eet. thence run East Fifty (50) .
tona were in Jacksonville Sunday te Ilr... aad, ).trs. !t., and thence run.,North Twenty OR'1fts
Saturday see / ((20) feet! to the point of be- .; THIS .

to see <),Ir. and Mrs. Jack HillMr .. Nick Pope and daughter.,. ginning. ; ,_._d............,'..,.+.. .,..,...y, ,.,.", < .. --- .. ., ::,. -.. -- .
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and Mrs. Clarence Moseleyand Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs had 4 said 'sale to be subject to tne following ,f-"'4I' Ii > :.'. f : <1 ,
terms and conditions: > ',>, : .. ,', '. *1
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family of Jacksonville spent and "' r' ' '
as Sunday meats tb9 Casey 1. The sale price &&ball be subject .
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burney Dobbs families of Jacksonville to the approval of .,j: the County ,; !J

Tanner tend family. Judge's 2. Title Court.will be conveyed by Warranty NZtrnzZr4 ,

,,,, Mrs. 'James Waters and sons Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson.I Deed subject,fnly to that _

_ _ visited! Mr. and MrsBuford.'\ Uig. with Mr and Mrs. Cecil Dobba certain: mortgage dated the 9th day
U }r v.mfeer, 1954. auf l recorded at
ginbotham in Maxville on Sunday. and family of Jacksonville are Mortgage Book 32. pa f. 423. r
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I & Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett and Visiting Mr.. ana }trs. BvirneWil 3. The sale will b, for cash or : -
RAINBOW
at the option of .Administrator, ,
'mu II daughters and their guest, Jesse kerson and family in Miami.Mr. be \ '
im ; H... ..... 'rn..... N411t. may require a down paymentof
4 :: '' ;; ll::: Smith of Starke, visited Mr. and tuid lira. CarJ Edwardsand.. 10 per cent (IO|J on the'day "
Mrs. ;.nd. ,f-thvsale, and the ,Balance of the
George Kersey family in .
daughters ot. Gainesville .s.penj .
I payment to be made ,t the time of '
Starke1'on Sunday' afternoon.Mr. Saturday with Mrs.. Leona'. .' Edwards. .,- closing: of the sale. *
and Mrs. Roy ll Hawkins 4. Administrator will enter makes the BIG. DIFFERENCE
into a contract for pale to carry ;I I4"
of Jacksonville
were Sunday eve- Mr. and Mrs.Wintpn Parrish out the purposes and intent of the _
.;.. .... ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B.Thomasf and family of Avon Park spent] Court Order; whiehi contract will I f".' i'' '''i''' I, '' '' -. .I I ;. \ .. "ttl
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v: Y and family.Mr. Include the ordinary provisions relating l ,.+ ,.
the weekend with Mr. and. Mrs. to the sale of .real property.
RCA' Victor Fielding. lowest :and Mrs. C. W. Thomas Fred Lang .and :friends' ,in Latey. JAMES F. HOLWGSWOUTH, 4/i;, Rainbow Premium! Plant Food makes the big differeoceyegetabtes T w

priced' conjel with new Lave moved into the former Cal- Administrator Franklin of the Estateof : arrive at market in. peak of c ditioa. They bave.tta!; '

"Mirror-Sharp" picture-262 _. lie Beasley hous: Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Jones and By:'Joseph A. McGqyan.jgollingsworth.Attorney quality and the eye appeal Mrs. Consumer dema S.JWt\boW..
Mr. for Administrator Miller fldg., the i ifM balance of all the nutrients essential far W&hy
sq. in. of viewable area. "High-Sharp- and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had I I fs.tnily. of Fernan&na were SUn- vigorous

and-Easy" tunMg with "On -Tpoch" on- as guests during the weekend the day dinner guests of Mrs. Louis Gainesville 11 West ,University Florida. Avenue. A plut groJrth.. more market dollar foe yoa.v.ptas:, :W IiI1it-

J. C. Prevatt family of Ocala, Mrs.L. 10-4 la..OTl ,',
off control. In 3 finishes. 21T837 Series.1 H. Hill and Harold Pearce. 4t.4 ( #0 -

H. Harper and family of Kingi- Miss : who .
is
ley Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Tru- a senior 4aryFutch at Florida 'State'University E OF,TAX APPLICATION DEJIDo' FOB ,, 4IN .tlighet pfoducfiM and more rorm'D'cmA" !"4. );

249.1' man Norman and family. this year spent, the weekend See. ,..S. ',dlr_ many extra nutrients. )II' ,? t v,;r, to'; ,...

I Rev.' E. P. Sheetz of Jacksonville with her mother and brother. Alderman Notice is 1..I.t,..en. that T. J. I .g .Flfl,fiavfTt that last longer because vegrtatles : {_
the
holder -qf the following '
< has accepted the pastorate of They all were'shopping in Jacksonville certificates has filed said cer-- feeding right up to harvest time. 1' *

I the First Baptist Church. He, : on Saturday. tificates for a tax deed to be Issued ,-. S Bo ltUr colon that are retained long after harvest

with Mrs. Sheetz and their twq I -i-- 7 -- -. -... thereon. The of certificate numbers firmness .freedom Iroa '
; fad years issuance, the descrip Bfttir IPprlnDu. blades, sal
I Daughters, will !. Tke, Citemlt C..rtf' Bradf. tion the "
; spend weekends rtfCoBBtT of property!, And the names 5 irregular growth. A "
TV here at the pastorium. Flvrftfai !. Chaarerr. in! w hitb It was assessed are as fOllows ?: |'
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ServiceAll : ALBERT HARTMANX'as"'Curator: : ",ExcP$I4'pJpplag 1IUaIi n..t? IuS

Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and of the Person and Property of Certificate ,No. 51. fa Tear of Issuance .. better..travel well. r" -......... ............. '. ...... p:' :,.
sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Eliz&betk LIMT. an incompetent Ui::. f I f ,
Griffith' in Description of ,Property: Lot 4 {
Macclenny on Sunday.I Plaintiff, Elk 14 Lincoln
City (gi of SEU! W
Mr. and Mrs. Erlie P4gett and of. Ry Sec 32 T 6 S .ft 22,E. ) !l.if. i EVERY INGRE tftT 1ft RA :
SIMON 3, TEII6., 'al, Name in .
family iwere Sunday gueet.of.Mr. Defendants.et ;' Smifh. which -assessed;, Edna J. ":,",:- SERVES A PURPOSE

end Mrs. Lige DougUu in Lake: OaUEft OF PCELICATIOX: ASH AU f.id w .
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property: being in the
: Work Guaranteed Free Estimates. Butler. I .NOTICE TO DEFE.\O County of Bradford.* State of Fla. EJ P For' example, Kftrogea fliart fast acting and !h H:

I. The ,>aatr Q.{, Tfce, State Of Unless such certificate or certificates available during the faD growing teaapo. Su4>bur aDd ThOSOIOUak .
Fully Mrs. Marvin Cruce and Miss I'Ije rW". : shall be p '' I and
crfor
i Equipped Dependable redeemed according fjjjpj ,toot stem deweloptnentapd seed production:Way ;
Gertie fay Cruce To Simon J. Temple Mariah' L. to law, the --a
I spent from pro,.rty described Magnesnaa and Calcium for growth. beaUh aDd ..
? T (naa.. S. F. 'In... ,ClaF* Ell4th za- in such certificate or certificates. .q;
: All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD' Thursday until Sunday with Mr. \ Rollins, Epa C. Roljips, Raymond will be sold to the highest bidderat I I body f"* 1 pim otb&r.JD3CQrt & bx1i ir: t1
and Mr. Robert Carlton in Jack H. Rollins. Wilbur F. RoIling the court house! data- on the first .-. -. .,
.. sonvill "1 aqd. ,Andrev Mac f.oUi5.. U alive Monday in Month pf November, \ f
and il any .of iha ...bon. named 1957, which Is the 4 day of Novem
Mrs. ,R. D. WtndeU.of.. Gainesville person be dead. then to his Unknown I her, 195?. i. ii ,
$ RADIO & TV was visiting Jolrs. Doris Dan- heirs." deviseea. legateea.grantees 'Dated (his t day of Oct., 1957. t:1' _- -_ '.__ '
son o1 ':Sunda '. creditors other personstlaiajjBg. i (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby' INTERNATIONALMINERALS
toy interest i in the here- i Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilkerson matter described property by,I County, Flori a. |(l4 4t 10/25: tanl & CHEMICAL CORPORATION
INMAN D, GREEN Qwper I and through, under. or against each such: _
fiaiily of Jacksonville .
I agent deceased and :all -
to pert. ns 'av- !\OT1CE OP APPLICATION FOR r -
TV Thursday night with the1 lag ...r Maiming any right.. title! t .
Radio .It:. J. or TAX DEED .20 NORTH WACKER CHICAGO 6 IU-
Sejtf CQYWI Upbu1tering WiJkez1 ns. interest in or to the following land* Se.. 1..1.,1',.-.. p .. .. !
ait &ate i if *radf r4,PotM. ?., 'lori- Notice is hereby gWen, that T. Jj 11
Mr. and Mrs. da ,, "* -. J .4 .4 ,' .
Phone 239 Stark Fa1 Erlie Padgett were t -wit- Alderman the holder of the follow- ?4 'I : 9 \
business visitors to Jacksonville Commence at an iron atake, set ing certificate has filed said certificates -
on Monday.Mr. at the interaction of the for a tax deed te be Issued Plant Locations : Mulberry Jacksonville Pensacola Florida
Southerly' boundary of NW&.ot thereon. The certificate numbers .
and Mrs. Manus Griffis and SE of Sec. 21. Twp. < 8.. P.. 2Ja&d and years of Issuance, the descrip : :>, : "t:....":

J Eq the fiaaterl/ boundary tion'ef tk.V0, !erty, and tte name* I .

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By Mrs. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4. i I

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We are sorry to report that FOOTBALL GAME a0 \
Carolyn Jones, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Jones ,is in the

Bradford County Hospital where i
gtie underwent surgery last Fri f v ,
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day.Visiting Robert Norman over ... r
the weekend were Mr.and Mrs. .
Albert Norman and son of Mulberry c _
and Mr. and Mrs. Garland

O'Steen and son of Jacksonville. _
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. _
E. C. Lewis included Mr. and
}.{I'J. Woodrow Thomas and fam
ily of Brooker and Mr. and Mrs Tornadoes vs. Palatka \

Paul Faulkner and son of Starke. 4
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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman Friday October 1 1 .

and son, and Mrs. Evelyn Mosely, I r .
all of Jacksonville, spent Sunday

here with the L. M. Normans I
They enjoyed a family dinner in .;
honor of Floyd Norman on his '"

21st birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. C. :M. Griffis and .. .
Geraldine and F.M.: Herndon :.. '
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made a business trip to Tallahassee .

last Sunday.Mr. .' BRADFORD PARK mug 8: PM :<.. .. I. ....., .' .
do,:-- '. .
and Mrs. R. E. Sapp and _, :: :: .f ..'" J .
aons of Green Cove were weekend -

guests of the Lacey Nor I II.

mans.
The Eugene Austin family and

little Michael Norman are sick '_._ _'_ ....._.__'_'_'.'...'.'__.'._._.'.'.'. .'...1_ (oo.' ._.'.'._. .'._.'._.__'._.'.'....__. .__._ _._....1.t .";-
with flu this week. .
Admission
Bill Pendarvis seems to be improving "I I I II
in health but we still do t Home Games i

not know when he will be able Grades 1 thru 4 Free if Accompanied, by Parent Out-Of-Town Games I
to return home. Friends can September 27 BHS 13 Bolles 0 .
write him at the following ad-

A.dress Hospital: William, Forest E. Pendarvis Hill Div., V., I October 4 BHS 38 P. K. Yonge 13 Grades 5 thru 12 May Purchase 50c Ticket at September 20 BHS 6 Macclenny 0

Ward. F8, Augusta Ga. October 11 Palatka In Starke
Don't forget church ant Sun- II -- School Only October 25 .. Fernandina Beach Away

day School and Laymen's Day October
I 17 DeLand In Starke
this Sunday. W. C. Hardee will November 1.. Seabreeze Away
speak at the morning hour, and i All Tickets Sold at Gate To Anyone 5th Grade Up
November 8 Ketterlinus In Starke
Winfred Wilkinson will have JI

charge of the evening service.CLAY $l.OO November 22.. Green Cove
Springs Away
I November 15 .- Santa Fe In Starke I :
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Adults. $1.00 ..a r
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HILL .
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by Mn. J. L. Btricklut .
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The Clay Hill PTA held a call

ed meeting Tuesday night of last I
week to elect .
a president to fill --

the vacancy left by the re.signation .
of Mrs. :Molsey who is Best Wishes To The Team Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support The Tornadoes With Your ,Presence '
working in Jacksonville and

finds the it inconvenient here.to take partin THOMAS CONSTRUCTION CO. HERB'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANTGo 'GAY'S .HOME APPLIANCES
program Mrs. Frank
Wellhausen was elected president Your Friendly Norge Dealer
and plans were discussed
for the Halloween Carnival. Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Get 'Em, Tornadoes Maytag Appliances Coleman Heaters and

Mabel Parriah and .
spent the weekend with her family pa-] KOCH DRUG STORE THE SUWANNEE STORE Floor Furnaces We service all makes '

rents, the Fred Langs. .
Grace Lang is having severe J CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
pains in the chest and throat .A Good Team Like The Tornadoes,

and has been to the doctor in Compliments Of ..
Starke. Lonnie Padgett has also Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Deserves Your Support, .

been on the sick list for some STARKE HARDWARE CO. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE' STORE
time and i is still not able to get WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATION
i '
around much. ..
gan Padgetts. SPORTING Rev. Herbert Higdon has been Best Wishes To The Team j
Best Wishes To The Team
called as
pastor of the Long

year.Branch Church for the coming Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence ROBERTS JEWELRYYOUR ANDREWS MOTOR CO. )I


have This a Saturday service of night we will HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. FRIENDLY JEWELER

the Clay Hill Church all-singing and wish at Support The Tornadoes With Your PresenceB.

again to invite all of you to come
out and join in with us. Compliments Of Compliments Of T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.

AOTICh T. C. HAZEN JR. V
'nt APrlC.\R ,
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I. ClPf'.t ('..rt. Bradford NEW METHOD CLEANERS *
Pl.rl' I. C..t,. ... .
,Irene... George rnfolJ.Jll'rrln 1Ca Chancery h"gton, Plaintiff r- SINCLAIR: OIL PRODUCTS: Best Wishes Frpm,
herring
Dphndan '

..tlC'. T. Appw" Case \'a. 1.401: Phone 124 Starke, Fla. Best Wishes To The TeamFAULKNER'S DENMARK FURNITURE CO. j

To: Cpor liietoii Herring, ,
Unknown.whose residence and address 1S: SERVICE STATION

suit You for are Dh'orre hereby notified that a Compliments Of Best Wishes Of .

has been filed against
you In the
above named Court and cause and STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES GEM JEWELRY
Best Wishes Team
you are required to serve a copy of .
tour answer or pleading to the -
Complaint on the Plaintiffs The House Of Fine Diamonds
Attorney Martin J. Pearl! :!06/ ; THE FARMERS SUPPLY
Klorida Smith Building Jacksonville" :r. We're Proud To Be Tornado Boasters! Starke's Leading JewelerCompliments .

and tile the original li the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court .
or 1SV7 V0thf? 28 day. of October on,' LAWSON'S MARKET Onward Tornadoes! '
the allegations 01 Of I
said Compalnt will be taken a* -.
:nfegged by you.
This notice shall be published GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATIONBest
one weeks each In the week. Bradford for four County consecutive Tel Come On Out and Boost Our {Team DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE. STATION ,

egraph.Datt'd this 25 day of Sept, un. GARDEN RESTAURANT"Where I
19ST. Wishes From
IOFFICIAL SEAL) Support The.Tornadoes With Your Presence
Charles A. Darby The Pecan Tree Grows"
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tT Marlin Clerk of the SSSg Court. .- Boi MHB B BHMMHB BB MM HB mMH MVMHMl HH H MM H M Mi B MH BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN
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Crosby_. 9/J7 4t Clerk.11/18 Volley Starling's Grocery & ,Market

NOTICE TOPPKR Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's GameSHEPHERD'S
FUrldai I. Chancery
I. Clre.lt Cart Bradford Gory, _' : Compliments Of Be Present Tonight To Cheer Our Joys To, -
Grover C. lIarrls' Plaintiff VB RADIO & TV I
Either L. Harris, 'Defendant:
Notice Te Appear Case \o. 1.40: t FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. Victory

To: Esther L. Harris, whose residence Y.. FARM
: HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
and address Is: Unknown. Best Wishes From' .', '
You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce has been filet .. Best Wishes Team
against you In the above named BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE .
Court and cause and you are reQuired .. Best Wishes Team
to serve a copy of your an- WILLIAMS JEWELRY
.wer or pleading to the
complaint .
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on the Plaintiffs J
Attorney \ CONWAY SERVICE
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Tanzler & Maddox 169 Law Et- Compliments OfSMiTTY'S EXPERT WATCH REPAIR STATION,
change Building. Jacksonville ', -..
Florida At Union Bus StationLet's --
and file the BARBER SHOP
original In the office C
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton ..
.(lr before the 28! day of Oct., '" Best Wishes Of -. .
J'JJv: otherwise the allegations of I
acid Complaint will be taken as ,. .. Support The Tornadoes'.
confessed by you. Best Wishes Of K. & J. TRUCK TERMINAL: .:: I
This notice
shall be published
once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKET GARAGE & RESTAURANT | HART FURNITURE 'CO.

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Dated this 25day of Sept1957. ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL)
Charles A. Darby

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